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:
May 26, 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.​
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Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
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Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)


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.: , '".-.t'.i'o., .. wMpaaaed through the senate em thirdtatiieaj tyof vice kid, latest style toe, patent
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-""-: ;::(;;r; -<"',< 't I dini Tbe patsage? of this leather tip, military heel or spring heel,
"'"-''';': ;:Jt. ''5----;W..I.d' : MiR Dodioa'Latw '. bill through the senate, where ft wu I )lr. W. a Bawlinson, of Eldred, hu all sites, worth $150, at a special price of Mr. a T. Mct azty, of Bdred, wu UTitusnlle sd:'
,f jf alai :: Ibg: bttach been several in TUnsrille yesterday bualneaa.
to" speeding days
of tea
_-". : 4"i1;; Party rPuocW'oppoeedi .U considered by i '1.69.

-: 'j;. ._ ...-'. ObBBuictt> "with C. F.Chraaisoek bk friend quite a 'rictory for, Senator i I the past week. Ladiea patent leather oxfords made in IVrfpctasa beverage or medicine iaL

':';JMJ: : eber[ Hudson, who hu worked without ***. Call at Titanium Livery, at rear of he Gitaon style, plain toe, regaUr price W. Harper Wh b-be kind your
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d!'! "" : ; grown oo LIpin. land. lion for Ita 'passage since the convening Bobbins' law office, for etylish rig. 13.50 tpl'ciat ttf9. grandfather od. Sold by K.''U Motlow 5'

;< Blnr Korseriea eeUbUahed 1885, of tbekfialatare. Leave your orders for hauling, both double Children's oxfords, ia black and tan, aDd F. A. Losley.

z fiiod Toledo and 'WattVn. Senator;Frank Bate, of Yoluata, wu and single.; J. M. Oaban, Proprietor rises from 9s to 5s, worth |:too, special Dr. F. H. Honghtoa will be in attend-

,'BJr1III8: ;........;: Baer, the leader of 'the opposition to the bill, C pt. W. H. Reed, of Canaveral, left a S1.49. I &Dee a' the Florida State Dental aasocia- f
"'T. ';!;; :a;;'"''- Ih and made a strong speech protesting few the Again we have received a new lot of:
S'ti J.;W, Jaoit, .uu"I.peah.>.. days ago to spend summer tin at fH Btft'1 from Tuedat until
: Against the paaeage of the measure, bat white lot of about 300: >
: t months at Mass.. is customary organdies, one
Xeponset, as Indus!
% 10 month:* In her pretty,; winter home Friday ve of next week
oo roll call the vote stood 18 to 11 in favor rardiofan excellent worth 25
for him do for number ,
to a
"M West Palm ia. now at bon in years
11 Beach ofitipAMage. In fact this bill has been past cents a yard, special' price U 16 cenU; Another "Blue Streak" In town. )I". -

; b2: LoedoD, Caank. the only measure In the senate aa far that also another lot of still finer_ quality, Geo. M. Bobbins is the latest to ride a

_.f,,,fi$ Ii facky,number that gets b. hat called op spirited debate. There wu no service in the Baptist worth 45 cents, for 29 cent: Tribune "Blue Streak" chainteM bicycle, V
church fact
'; teak at Julias EIF e', drawn lilt nigbt. The bill ,baring already pasted the Sunday morning owing to the Dixie canopies:an extra large sire, for Indian River Music House sells them. l
that the pastor, Mr. II. B. Gibbons, was
), k1Jfjoa. ,ban this ::number, present' your. house, only} toe signature of the governor called to Indianola to preach the.funeral} double bed, worth $3,50, at a special priceof Mr Adhemar Brady U making prepa }
ftleket and receive the trunk
t1 la now needed to make the bill a law in n
$1.69. rations for the .
<,-tf; J sermon over Barnes sanders, who died manufacture ol CiODC\I
i t r :J Muses Lena and Ke'zannah Mendel are fact. It becomes ala. opon'the govern* Friday night. Mr. Gibbous reached this Figured lawns, in excellent pattern., Intel pineapple syrup at this place. He twill

<;.spending a fr* days this week with their .ore approval, and we have been Inform place from Icdianola Sunday afternoonby entirely new, suitable for Udiea shirtwaist urn the inferior frail for this purpose,

'brother .Mr..l. MencH. and family; by prominent citizen of the newly created launch and preached to large congregation suits and children's dresses we41f and expects to commence operations IA s
r>'a "5gt Daytona,1ving Wednesday.. county that'ita organization will date at night 15 cents quality for 10 .cents, Monday about two weeks.

ifft.: .. from July IlL Further that the bill only
'k apt.TomKnlghtoneoftheaesiatmbPa The houseboat Rose Marie, in command Thereof our townspeople who have e
U and hu
_ a very lengthy one DOI1et Reductions in black drat goods, 42
{ir.1 Jtbe.. keeper Canaveral lighthouse, been printed. We are told that the of dept Jack Laflin, arrived the inch mohair atdlian, regular price 11.00 been ill or Indisposed are all convalesant

WaVlaTUasville- Monday and Toeaday.Tnk boundary line follows>> the section line dividing first of the week from Miami Mr. Naeth- reduced to 59 cents per yard; 44 Inch superior Mrs. D. B. Pritchard was out for a ride

L'q wu his first trip away from bta poet eectiou 30 and 31 running east InK having left the craft at Fort Fierce for French voile, regular price 'J. O, this week Dr. Houghton U up and about

;i. of daUea in two years. until it intersectthe Sebastian river, then his home in New York city. The boat reduced to J1.00 spin, Miw Mary Car ro then is once more

s)'t.7. ::; Litters. received from Mr. W. & Nor. following said river to Its confluence with wu at once dismantled for the summer. Special prices in UulieV up to-dMa about town Mr. and Mrs S. F. Gray }

.- ."' ,wood, who.b ape 4J"a taw.weeks bU I Ip Indian river them continuing east to Capt Laflin expects to leave for New shirt waists, unusually low prices in have recovered from recent indisposition, ;
York city next weekfANT1X1tNTAL and Sheriff Itrown U slowly but
; =. old home place in Georgia, state that his the Atlantic ocean. ladwa' tailor made skirts, woolen and steadily

.J.1&b"1 moeh Improved by the : BICYCLX TIKE linen (thrice.hires' improving

\_\ ,...... lie expects to return home in JIX CBOW BILL 18 SIGNED.GOT. reliable tire ready made drewea in white lio- Mr. W. Ernest Yanlaodingha, of Mi. T
If you want a good bicycle ,
: ;boot two weeka time. Broward ha*signed Avery't "Jim one that will wear well, send to Indian en or uataral "linen, sixes from 3 to 10 ami, who recently graduated from Bath!

Wes, __net the programme of Crow" bill, which becomes operative River Moalc House for Continental No. years, made up in excellent style at a more Medical college with distinguished
If July lit nest, and which provides sep 15 tires; full seanon guarantee. As good great reduction. honors, arrived in Titosville on Friday of
/: thetwtaty-eecond annual! commencement
; ". ..- of Joba B. Stetson oniversity, at DeLand, aration of the race on all street can in u regular M 00 tire, oar price 12.50 each. Mail orders promptly filled on any ol last week and peat Saturday tars among a"i'Mends.

-- ."blcb.11I. be held from May 26th to the elate.VOTZCI. CHURCH NOTES. the above good Mrs. Vanlandinuham for the

_ ,. 30th, Wt 'note that Mias Bath Wood- JcUl'1t Burrs, present visiting with relative at Quit'
Archdeacon B. F. Brown from Or E
'wocdiaone' of the,gradaates from the PIKES. laado, will hold divine amice in St. Ga TitnaviUe, Fla. man, Ga., and will reach Miami a little

'1 department of'stenography at this con Cocoa, Fla., May 24th, 1905 briels Episcopal church Titusville on later Mr. Yaalandiogham's friends in '
_ .. ; Monday next, May 28th, at 7:30 p. m. BASEBALL NOTES. this section wish him every fO<'a'-IIln the ti
""' "'''At. Bath's. Titosville
.-. This office will be removed to Jacksonville
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: Tine will be Mr. Brown's first service
'''' We are Informed by one of the most laudable profession' he hu chosen.BOO. h
:, ., poacher<<.- .,. ,.at :to'canal each< aeaaon* and the here since he rooted to Orlando

> .. B&tiffiffiSrwiQreai al1 h T prominent the Jensen players butth..n of tiaam lb*local bar, team.,made that AD .. :.CAtTtKAXD' u.ra.clJ'o- ,-,'

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-- crate ehnrch on Sanday. May SSth, at:11 a. m. '
""- .3..iP 1astWthe ettiBc3.4Sper and the ,All( :engagement to play the Tuotvllle nine at We are DOW the selling aftente for the 4
r.t "," kitchen: of 'the Indian River. hotef leilSondiy marketa are tn generally fine conditionand and 730: p. m. are cordially invited. American Steel A Wire Co. Several cars t
"'- while wanting oar pinea. Howard B. Gibbons, Pastor this place on Thursday Jane 8th. in slock. You will save Money and time \
llt evening copper was being I can quote our fine reds at from f2,00 A .pt'clat'to TUB STAR from Cocoa says by buying from os. l

:f' aerved. The reeervoirof the lamp was (for good 48s to f 4.00 for fine, .'elllbd n.i.u8OanlL"IT IUOa. that the game at En Galiie Wednesday 8. F.TatvuACu. ..

i&, pretty" near fall, and when it rtrnck the !... Would be glad to have ten carloads Go to Penney A Brannin,'. when in afternoon resulted in a score of 14 for Cocoa In'O&, Fla.T1TU8VILLE #
} i today, just to fill special orders and such
Boor the oil about mist
waa spattered
need of shoes. They have the finea and 7 for Eau Gallie. Looks like
I, lots, if running of good fruit, well packet : \
: 4 once caught aflame. With remarkable shore and the largest aaeurtment that has 9, EAU GALLIC I.
would' net some very handsome prices Eau Gallic\ is "op a,:inet it" in the ba. e- :

pneeno.of mind, the colored help, and We are anxious for fruit, but bear in mind ever t..eD' shore shown from in Titnsville.Ladie the $1 00. booee shoe ball business and trial Cocoa bad been fiber'u: Galiie did not play u
tome of the guests from thodining room, that it U still cold at the north, and be 1
I last t their
to the finest Queen Quality $3 00 shoe.Infant's inn forced. strong a game :atarday on own
mothered the flames and sure to let your pines be full, pale green
-4 .sous no damage
and just ready to color and children's shoes from 50 diamond aa they did al Titiuvill, or 1/ '

resulted. *_ If the fruit U picked black green at this cents upwards.Men's SENATE EXTENDS TIME.. the Titusville nine played better ball t .
shoes from the $1.50 work shoeto
ry.t';s WTI1LATI OF TOMATO CROP early season, it will arrive too green for the finest hat money can boy-Edwin Capt. Gear G. Gleason ors" Augustine, than before, but anyhow the E'a Gal- i
prompt sale and thus will have to be held lira let the visitors five In
Chippat$500andd.5Q. taperintendent of the operations being pile up runs :
,Mr. & J. Sligh, of Jacksonville .) the to color so that nothing will be pained.
The reputation of our pines is bawd laving a complete Block any tile you conducted by the Florida Fast Coat Line the third Inning, sod the score stood .
{ tomato of the Florida east coast will ,
,probably crop not exceed 900,000 crates. The i their fine color, when ripe, and exquisite may Mail want o.dera; we promptly haiL filled.FESJiCT C.-uland Transportation company; was \9 to 1 in favor of Titusvill : }

= flavor, which pints: picked dead green A. ItKAXM.V, in Titurville last Friday and Saturday for The line up was a* follows:
west coast, which produced<< last year between will never attain.
The Clothiers and Furnisher, the purple of securing the endorsement Titu i vile! Eau GaliieVilliauw
Stand the old association. This ia
2M and 300,000 crates, Mr. Sligh by
k" thinks will reach 700,000 this year. This our tenth season, and we have reoordetoshow Titusville, FU. of the, Titocville board of trade toward! \ p. TIM, p. ;;

z: the value of the work we have don* recommending the legislature to grant Jobnlon.1. f. Nichulnon, s. a. + ,
for our shippers three past aasodk DEATH OF C. BARNES SANDERS. this. extension of time
enthe company to :'fers, 1 b. Veneer, 1 b. ,
and are to make in better you condition the best possible than ever net before re The ad news announcing the death (If complete the work in. The reqtwrt was Titus, e. lieatty 3 b.

Mr. Charles throes Sanders was ren-itw granted. The Faroi bill extending tie }MtClendon 3 b. 1Avingrtone
BITTEN BY A BHABX.Ifr suit Every new association trying to I e.
market ,fruit from this section is simply in Titnaville on Saturday lart. Ile patent time for completing the canal of the Florida Alexander, 1 b. McMillaa, r, f.

While Dunham Coxelter and severalother putting your fruit in competition, and i away at 8 o'clock Friday night at the Get line 'anal and transportation IVIlicier, a. .. Christian c. LCarlilr i+
bather were in the ocean off Pablo causing a !3iht for markets We make aspecialty :
: home of his father )Ir. W. 11. Sanders
company pa*>rd the senate Wt'tJnt'flolay. c f. bt Clair, I. I.
of the of this
Mr. pines section
Beach Monday morning, ,
in Indianola having bran ill with ----
handle from IhllC1nLotl..rn. f. tialtll'Je,3! b.
from none any other portion <>l r. WI
who was about seventy-five yards and fever and pneumonia for about two PICNIC AT SALT LAKE. I Ii
1; the state no foreign fruit Our association '
Yc i Sample nuule the lone for the Eu
the shore suddenly attacked by a .
t was shipping stencil or stamp has weeks. He was the youngest wn, a man On Saturday I hit, hf :'sett,, ttt'roS..rt'fl'
t shark which bit him slightly on the be trade mark for fruit. Sallies in the fifth !inning
rotne to a
of and
public Ipinll t'nton\UI impu sin porsrswd \.111111 f'l Minx sod I..f rscreslid a few IWilliaiQ
t cheat and then .Iad his right teg near This U certainly of value. We have ii-! 1 Fail GaHie't failure was owing (9 their
; of that attractive rnonaitv! that [ from Tit U!\ill" had a grand picnic at SUke. a't! .
sod tiiould he
encouraged dud
the and !lacerated U. He twain ways buyer, u inability to the Bur pitcher fur Tj ,
hip glad todrll r. U.K. shipping point or ma 'tnrTBk, *. who 6ucojl".If1M.
shore and was ai.u>d by thane j'ltchnl a
toward Jacksonville, but would point out that only 28 years of ago. It was euht years' lt slang Kith other K'lIod lltiiiir for 1
$ dole at hand and .carried to St. Luke't the rea'.ly! right way to ell is for the I striking out 15; *
this month that h rt1P.m-d
a.-o prvnt dinner, a fine barbecued pig, "bkh aprepared /!
m&* Jacksonville While the Injuries grower to tell his whole output for the I : o.mela.d a i .M1 genie t>f bU
hoapjtal, bolievtd i teaaan, of aU) grades and SIM. It u a three young lire from drowning in tie by Simeon Moje and Jc.t.nt.- and the TitatvilU- team ha it i.
fatal '
5 c: ) will not prove turf at Oceanus and for this b -roic decd',
; mUuke, in my judgment, to ell off a few in"O The ommttt'eonarran'rmenta '
defeat .. ._
b> them' and tttte Titu iltr Ib&ll
for life.Daaham 1
cthey will cripple the young miD cart of your finest trait at the brat part of be was arJrda nd! medal. Heaa-i' .err I>,. J. S. iillrt, v C. T. Warren
6 was telegraph operator in Titusiril the teauo. Today we can ship and net a member of the I'ept1st church and hit' and John Atkinson. dab .adore} t-> thank the rUtt tidlir
higher price fur a standard car of fine club far the kind trratmrot endues
some twelve.... years. ago iWt than would! be paid by a buyer death u a great 1-wa to the county and a I EGLAD ONWANORTJI. them whil in Eau Gailte. .l-
} O. aWe greater one to the community in which .
lb. stock 13c. I' H. Tiuw, captain of the TituvtiUnine .
y a Mattings back for Sc. want bQers who will nuke a cootract be lived. IU ift survired by hi rents, I The boost-boat Everglade, in commandI :
Carbon paper, blue, 3 and take whole known as trw \fal11/,1 l'.a tram, aye A
or M
,4 Linen color, India hnon, Alt,. crop many two brvllitrs and ho tbtert: William I Capt. John Gardner, who it taking the I .
to nine
can each .tt'kt right through the "'& tn. they are nn rt-fcly l"fayany Mi .
6tere*'OJ4 views, SSc. per down. 1 am making special tiforu along this line IL.Sander*! of Kansas sty, lea; J ante* i steel to New York, arritedio Jik.fnville :J the river or on the cast citaM. hll wane ;

1 ilea bed, tpriog Md maUiwea this Irbn. T Sanders, ot }Miami Fla.; Mix Alice i !is--t turdar. The F.verfUJ-
Monday |iOO.FUBSItTBE. one, cHase all. '
;&> special tUllY GOODS. SHOES.Chaa. Please advise rn.-a..tJrt'MitJll me at Sanders and Mrs, lr. Gram- ( owned by Co). H M. Ti.o>B|..un, of New i t
., :
JacksoovUle after the 26th-if in
; .-A. Gardner, Titusville, Florida need of associated shipping you ttencila are ling of Miami. i, York, who U. ik hit family to H. 1JQ1t *EW ,

_..... ..... 'The funeral eervice held I s
sumps, or books. wa Sunday c/n the tat last l jrar. hmr-r'toe put I If y.IG mksJ or table Luard aifivw

Jill PWacrl'D'rU.ut"Kt: :. E P. l\>faniR, caorning by Pastor Howard B. Gibbon, wtcur the Ererriude (..afhrrorruiMniintLe fN"'UU\Je trwair* tU Craeak

.I J i'It l| with pleasure we riots that IH. Gfllrnl.t1L and the interment wu maJ ia theO.urtenaylndianola ticiuity cf Miami and I'alm r eaah. l'.tnt&iJtt.rr*' Main tirttt and Wastetogtym .

& li.;Armstrong, of Jsckabavtlie, than cettetery.KLT.TUntt j ('*}'t. Gar Jeer aye that the brat made a arsons.rUl --. ---' h__
: ,Whosntbm leao more competent eye DEXTAL SOrtCK. i
the south b to --- ----- ; reuurkably quitk trip (rum Mc.jaito ,&- ; ALLATA IUUU4I
,aA tpecialUt in \
A.k--s Dr. Iloogbton has the fl ewe m<}I irrd LUlt .
pay, Tttwrille personal professtoeal t'taitotj at the Indian River hotel d.k and aiP let, ," there Friday afternoon at Afy-r April) l. t we will offer 10 ,rj>.t
3 4 July SSth and fifth, hf.-sih.xde an remain for two weeks N. K. Jot received carload 01 the ctlebraUd 3:30: o clor-k. Tb mast i* rqau-rd a it h'a mach cows f,r Mir. ail treat *iu* Jan.

-Opportooity to the people of Titatill olcoMuUing KKYMONE LIME, full weight Jq Its burw ...>liri engine Itt.or rl&"IC\Iart! a iijrr..., .
with a man who Dodouu: ..iiyalMMis roc to the barrel, higbnt a.natyi", pare iinie. twenty pt.rr if E. W. Ail..i>f*, Urtnl.lM, Ua.i .
). IS the bead of bu protekm.Fttriher : BATC81 6, }:car Cojkjr A MrrtT Co., i and to one vf tte fill"'t trtor!*d ti/e k in-t
fW: Gallie, nJri.h.'ILitHU" :; *flot Pilot I* Vann will take tU
with of hotel comb white ktfborae tl
4 particulars DanA tingle are >e row aaLK ciicar: run catu.
j KtergUde: to NwrUk. Ya., by the insists
lIt'da.m inv breed that fill the t"e
V wkkh be & *
D. t M nay appear : q
for LL% ruae. About M &."t" of s-l lined oo
.UMtaMsfofTasSm, Keep the date selling egg hatching from OGJ'I"IfDl beat faATtoa. ; high
the ea t or ocean: side of tb rim f
.' .. a1ad. at 11 00 per 15. The regular Ja&examination of tea. ben [ NEW CKOCtKMr \ nUKE.I at the Narrows, dearrihrd aj follows; Ut
L.t.CD:! Yaam. I
f1a. for: Bnetard cootty wail be hU in the *. M. L. PeacKk ke pc a weih-s No. 3, section 35, alo lu No. 3. M etine .
'' .dFt'ai.ACaene, aaotvkiada. harpew, pabltc school bctidiw at Tai sine, comawoong 5 sorted .t ".J-;<: Doa't IwtetlaMall' of black- von uu.auu. Tbeiay Jane fib, 19(6 at 9 ,* known u the 4rim1 ur buildug t'tThu hand U unimproved bat holy &. .

: .., > .mU sari wagon weak bone fhodOC f corner Main street and UuLington at*. : d. For further pal culArtlMff'IIiI t.'I .
,':tj? ? ... .. ring. Call and are mt' tHd. JO pt 1.lX) ftY" Joss li.Coonty W.aun. ) Doe Promos service, tow pncew, : E. M. Luw,

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I&hNc1DENTs, ( OFROOSEVELTS la the cIty of ee Alamo there ft, of them play-.rail to tie ftleL Instead

course a lane propwtioa of Mexkaaa, they played Garryoweo.." the prestdeofa -

r 44, ODe'of them became highly eatbnaiaatie. favorite martial air and played FJN

s"fs TOUR He song bis hat aDd the Tiasr It well too. But that was not touching. ItM.

/ came from him aa fast aa a string Dow at the dear platform was a i:

of sausages In a packing houses However chorus of these young girls dressed to

: :Eichanfe of 'Greeting on the be'cocld remember the name of khaki short skirts, blooae of the.same
only ODe president aDd Instead of yelling with fringed edges, campaign hats SNOWaa

_- : ; :Prctidcnt't Hunting Trip.' "Hurrah Roosevelt. be cried cocked to e o v side and uh'I'.rI carryIng -

t "Vlra'PresHente IHakr a"quirt which she swung aa the
Bat the welcome was there Just the sang. Even the ugly mud color of .t".

.- TOUIfl AID OLD GAUGE EIB EYE sans, and the tortilla and chill peddlers those dresses could cot cover up the
# ta the plaxa Indorsed his sentiment beauty of the children They sang d

It was in'the Ban Antonio several pieces but their masterpiece :
tritot, Vrvm' l".at.4.rt* THerBmt .
that 10,000 children, babies almost was a song dedicated to Colonel Roose t
it- 'Phut' fn.rlt .,..... t. dI. Prator lined about the four aides of a square rest and the rough riders, sail the president SJSJSJS SI "

'.. '*. Rr.larksAtt.U.: .. .. I which the president traversed and sane" smiled and bowed hIs appreda- A Sure Cure s wa

IO.r lla sea Aatale. Tes.l..eafar te1r songs of welcome. They were the tion of the whole thing and tapped Sors> Gout 1.

........a at'LUtte'Cnuta galls- prettiest little things In the world ADd r time with hIs finger on the platform Calls, Bridges Contracted Muscles, Lams Joints

.. ...I 1st-.*. ,. they sang "America" and "'ColumbIaal railing as they wag. Frosted Feet Bums Scald, au:. -
S The Star Spangled Banner" with At the conclusion a little milS la AN ANTISEPTIC that stops Irritation, aub&ea I&fUm.mation. .

: "Dab be. to! .Pth be tel I wen, tame"e a rest The song were interlarded dainty white ,clothes with her hair and dines out Pain
.- PENETRATES Pores loosens Fibrous Tbttf
., A black old mammy, doubled with and sometime the effect was rather loose upon her Deck, the daughter of tin ,
promotes a fret circulation of the Blood: tiring the Muscz/
Y s rbeamatiam. bobbing on i sick with startling but one could never forget State Senator Faust stepped upon a natural elasticity.

F'y.. .: a yejiow' puppy troIktiq'aboat her i the effect those boys and firU produc rug covered box and handed the president !-
? ? tost.-' forgot her Infirmities and, warmf .- ed.It an engrossed copy of the song ONCE TX1U ALWAYS UII a
was |here that a new secret serviceman She had her little speech too but she
a tar atkk around her bead shouted
was appointed. Ray SnelL abrown felt the presence of the greatest miD'she
this greeting President Roosevelt'strtla
u faced urchin of twelve years or had ever met and her childish voice

recently swept through a ttttia so bad waited hIs chance. When the was broken and quavering. She was

I .- : town to,Kentucky, says a Denver cor- president's carriage came abreast of In tears when she finished, but she was ifrs. B. A. Simpson. 500 CnJg St, Eaoxvffle.Te&a. .

.\ 'r po dent ot the New York liens *L him be seized a big bunch of,roae* from happy and that happiness baa not yet ., writes: 'I have been trying tU baths
Hot Springi Ark. for sciatic rbcBaatisa bat I
.r another left her. !. _
r And thll"arwtfD. la a"thousand dlffereat boy and. rnnnlnz to the carriage -
-- more relief
get from Bwiara'a Snow uumeni
'- .form*. baa been repeated all steps, tossed them into the preaIdeafa Growing- Ache and Pains.Mrs. than any medicine or anything hare eat tried

through the presidenta bunting trip In lap. "Say, Mr. President I forgot Inclosed find postomce order for|1.00* Bead &.
: Pennsylvania and in Colorado In Tex to bun: yop any flowers myself Josie Summer, lOOnlt. Tex., large bottle by Southern Sspma."
but that boy had these and didn't know writes, April 15,1J02: 1 have Bal- ,
u and IB Missouri ,Desire to look ard's Sno Liuiuieut ID' for THREE SIZES: 25c SOC AND $1.00
.r. how to get them to I did." ;f my
upon a president of the United State The you. three years I would not be without it ftC SURE YOU art THE GENE
t or even the ear la which he has Liz president tbanked him and then
z. in the house I have used it on tuv little
d S :: temporary abode baa been the primal said: "I put you into the secret service girl for growing |..hia and aches m l>*rcnees. Ballard Snow Liniment Co.ST. .

moUe of all the ('t'Owdi.Anotbft" right now. 1'ou'atay right with ay It cured her right away. I have U. S. A.
: s negro, tbfc time a 'maa and carriage" The boy accepted his commission also wed it for fruet bitten fl1't'with goodsuccess. LOUIS.

k at Atoka I. T. aLto gate his greeting right then and there and It U the best liniment I ever
.4. to an Interesting way. Jimmy Sloan through the rest of the drive alternated u.-.- l." 25c., 60c. and fl.OO. bold byRd
between the steps of the Cnd Pharmacy and Fan Jailie
r. president'scarriage
bad the
1 the eecretservice, man rear
Eau Oallie.
1 platform: :all to himself It was only and the curb bringing bouquets SOLO AND RECOMMENDED BY .
.. half past'T! In the morning and the was nearly until tilled Mr. Roosevelt's carriage or Aaolhrr iiI.". RED CROSS PHimCT TlfUSflLLE tad EAU GILUE: PIUESACT, tAU OHMS

president was" in his room dressing ,
Almon-He is a dealer In drawingmaterials. ---- -'- -- -- -
Lambert in the
carriage jut behind -
300 anxtou
but 100 or person were
t .; the president! watched the youngster -
to see him.
Jai-k-Crayons? 5
and when he
? None expressed this desire! however raw he was getting Alffiou
-No; mustard, pipsterI.tpplncott's -
tired made him get into his carriage.
until this
negro, erideuUy a laborer
Thereafter be role on the box. President Magazine KrrEcrive: APR 10. uo .
from Sloan, ._ .
hIs'dmlapproachtd - '
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Ing: "Look a heal boss. Ah done bin Roosevelt told the story on the \\.3UI-I No. 34Daily. HetwaaJ+rkworlll.aad-'- N-- 1:' : -' e ii

awaltln sence fo' o'clock this mohnin'. stand afterward just before his speech So Tired Daily.! '. -..M --. .- era. ( 0.df'-R I ILv. I1a1JI'.
r and Ah want to see dat president man.Ah' and added. "That boy is going to makea 7 MY....__ 9\\.1. Lv JMkwwtilleF'lr,.._.__. o- -K,- !r.surd' it p
fine man some dAY lIe spoke also 1215s1'...._ 150 p .Rtvaonah.lies..,___...Ho, By, Ar. 450 a---I....... l. p
a wukkin' man. and Ah caln't'walt U5a.jIOll.\p! Ar.(' a-UUi.X. 1, .. ___ + .
of the 10.000 children who had greetedhim It may be from overwork, but t u ky Lv..Ho. s :IOta' .._ Ma
=3 all day. Caln't you ail gethim e U P!_.fird: sj a ..Ar. Kifbmomi.J'a ...__.;: .. .6y.-Lv: iJ 3U -:-': ae
to out mlDute2\' but hU heart was with the small the chances are Its from an la- : : jll ,l'8SO
come Just a p'4,5 a Ar. Waabfnfton. D. aAr .,_..!1i. Ky Lvr
In a few minute lir Roosevelt did boy who had shown himself equal to active LIVER. 1123 .. ,__._.. lUUimor. U4...___-u.P.JC.RLI'. 10$111'. ".. .-.IIt".I' /i t+
F he occasion.Of ta3 a ... I 4p { Ar. Pbiadelpbia, ..... .. .. '
:> -4 come out, and the first one to shake With --- ..1. i. KL". ass a IU.
well conducted
the children a LIVER d ad a-._. __' 41 j Ar. New York.1' .P. iL ". IJ 10 a _,
course the : _
caught KJ
hi* band wa this field laborer who one can do mountains of labor ': ._ : Y._=. ..1.. Slip
bad stood around for tour hours forth humor of the president at every place.He S'1Il. 33 and U-"St'w York and FloriJiSlt JPtoIL"" Dally fulluaa Drawing Rdnss
opportunity That was a bright rarely failed to mention them but fatigue. 'pinx( rbft
r : morning for him. It was reserved for New Castle to see It adds a hundred per cent to Xm. W .and 3fV-"VV hlnft0n and Florida LlmltC'd.-! Ouljr PalluMX D sutag Cosss
Slwting( r U>tw +eaJarkonrileaadNew York.
: In Colorado the people were/more dim bend low over a baby carriage and x ones earning capacity.It '-- ,'-- -- -- L ,
free and easy, There were little chuck its occupant, under the chin. .30 I I 7 40
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craning all through the. mountains tried; to teach her baby to say"Roosevelt" by, and only byTiitt'sPiIIs 7S5 p Lv. JarkioDville.. Kla,....--.......--......--..............K* By. Il o a
1213 at, LT. cuewbaahla._ .. ._...._.. .
She bad ,8p U .
It In its carriage M a
and though the hour might be late and ai'
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+ the president Deed sleep for the approaching upon the sidewalk! and as the l.VJp: Ar. AihftUi! S.(""'hU"--.._.._...___.k..i....__.?,,{*a 1/!,. Lv'i ) P
procession passed the midget waved 237 Ar. hot \. g
t bunt., they could not under a p Adorn. .C.' lay 43S3 a
:, stand. So as the dimly lighted train! flap and gurgled something which 000 pAr. KnolfJl!...Tt'bU.u.u._..__._.... 'jin. K.. s

i slowed up and then stopped and there sounded as much like Roosevelt as it U -alr.--- ...(.lijrjnnstl--.,.;:...:.:;. :,.:Ohio.;... ...- --" .._ ......
was not a tip of life from within ex- did anything else. and one had to take Jd..::land[30-l'uJhaau Drawieg tU"III and UIJIf',,bt0:4 ,.1.., <.n t...,.",_ J..L............ ,

i ept from the porter and the trainmen the mother's look of gratification ta ht-Louis- --, daily. -- .. ,
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i 'etf: the disappointed citizen would the criterion of 'suecea TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. -- H' -- w

. shout "On Teddy wake up and come And the old min caught his eye with |_No 13 { N0.1t;,
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out and shake hand! We've been up snaggy- -.--- 1715 P, I'J...(...JO'I.l' !. .. IJ 1.---....... .... Ar. i r es1 .'_ __..
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But 3 is' a .4.r.I.OOD. *+ I.-----I.I'.
?: all night waiting to see your 1M. .. .. .
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ing of the car platform and thrusting! i a U"'h __.. __. I... .ll yla
they bad to remalDl1s.1polntt'd, his hand between tie said .. .; 04i71.t fL..Uau.w.p, ** liy-.._........_,.__..._.......Lv. a .. M-------
though they woke every one on the railing : I -. .. J'. Ar.jrifiritiBiitiLv. : tjueen. A!'" til .._. Lv.Itij t .
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?' "I'm an old man. but I flt'H'rt.t shook i =- .?. .:.:.:.;.::.:.-:. I *.a _ iuclobati
to 10 Four R.utr.------- ... ..Lv7 71 ._ .
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s' One salute the president mb sed. Up Land* with a presidentont yon PI .tLChirapt. liiieJK<>pr Uaute.. .. . .L.I! (
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s' In the Red canyon, a solitary horseman hAke, with meY'"You -- J 1II Lv.Ciuriauat1. fries Liars-----------------------A :'
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miles from any Louse *0) far as bet I will." And the president t Seeds ._. 11u. Ar.Lv.,
one could determine, sat In hl!! saddle reached over the rail not ouly to shake : 'Is P .(Icrinnati, IMI.A n.-Muuw -.-..._...:-.'. Ar. 17 .. ::::..
lands him! the back. an known by .bc tbry bat'l -.- _7f_ _s Ar.. ('biwan' <'.II.\ n.-Mt.m.D .
but to At .
with bared head while the cars ground pat on ----1:1'1 '!!.II ...
pow For bait. e ury ray .... 1... Onriunati : ::.:..
FYcderkk an old man was thrust b.,. bPt'a Ib..1..dtMbannstat.d 515p t'.Ii.&I-Mkb.lnt.---------- Ar7
around the sharp curves. Probably fce up 7WHW a. .
; O tto "si t.h .. .. 500. Ar.Tuhdo, C. II
;1 pr jot Mq.r .t1L-NNh.t'tnl.----
was a veteran of the civil war but he against the nude stand erected in the .r em(" than any 14bJ 2S. Ar I If trait J----:
CH.AH-Mirh.lVt... ..._ ._
k; middle of the The ..1"...... INS..... A. Lv. p. .. .
waa barely discernible in tbe gray street. president ...I I10 aU app.loa la. ---. h )10 r.IJt, ci rionaU, l'ean. IAiw ._....::...==...Ar:j"iM .. __ .
frosty dawn, and a river and a valley was not shaking baol.1,. because be wad : 555.4...Ar....i'/tlalrort .11I1I lion __ .. a I
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i' Intervened.Th anxious to get out to camp for the wolf Detroit, Mich.COUCH. i 030 pl.\. iuciimitl, kit F>CIr..... ._.....-.......-_.".7Ar !! tae a';;.. __
president! had not yet risen, but mnt but the crowd shouted for the 5- _615_ ;_ArLv. Ckrrland._ Iris i .'(oUr".I.'I. esnpi.
when told of it he said: That was fine old man: "lIe won't ever see a president .. 530 P: l.iitit-t. M. ayII : : ;' ..''.:':.'.:'.::'..

-. of hIm. I wish I could have at leant again, and be foucht In two war ... 10 pi, Ar I-AoisvUV, t+*. Rr............_.__.._.__.... Lv. j 7WaU.. _.
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= waved my hat to him." But like thousands hake with him. Mr. President" .I"oi"l'l'z.: :: Nl_

of others, the manUS happy in -I certainly will." be replied.You KILLTHI Xna. thud lI-1'hfl norMa Limits." Kit, *,jj.j v,tifcoJ. Tr.ta. Tbws1 IlaT
that be bad paid his respects to the" were in the Confederate army weren't CViarbr* and. I'ollauu. S:aping t.n lW.rrn Ja* ftf lllr awl U w4 z aiL
: head of the nation rtgardleu of whether your : -- --
No 5 j.V 13 Iselwreq .
the Utter was conscious or unconscious How the president' gue 'M it no onewill f "Mho. III.aDd Kuaurhy. s. 11 ;., ;

of his tribute. ever know but be guesed rUbt. Dr. King'sNew -: -. : '1L5 {L Jatkaosti1Is--j.. .--l+u. hi'i- : : ... :: '

I 't There have bn other greeting pathetic "Yeo. sir! and I fought In the Mexican .. -... j 5Z0. Ar.'tLtDr..fia.. So. b,.. ..-..' .. .' |.., .i !! .._....
.. ... -JI", a' Ar. Binnin baw. Ala Mi,. .
as well as picturesque. Pi- war tOo" fty ..... ... LT. jjJJ ....__
eap \r rlnlliTr1ln. 'rlwro,
I "' we "anf" Ky they have a home fcr It was in Texas that the feopie! man Discovery .! ".. t 10 a Ar Knowlity.M.. Fri_. }'*. ,1a _
Confederate veterans. Two hundred tested their welcome to the president -" "7j .- ""_ ". "1" .** __.!_ .. .. ._
Pries ; landii-'rbe F1orla.Andre -
Y more of them lined the platform and brocfra thHr tate fljwer, the Mae D.iiy
r 4 u the train drew slowly by they stood bo&uet, a brilliant tine bi M om KTerywhere FOR CO"SUMPTION SOt $1.00 LtC.I.LI. .YT Itl'ill"'CI!' 'Alt Inn Ie J:.
I fet Trial. J. C. LL SK. IINrkt ..... .,
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with uncovered hesjs. The presidentdid they strewed the president's aM, .. Ja4 _tll...n..
not attempt any reply, but stools i path with it and they could not have Barest and Quickest Cure for all \l'-ItT.cI. wu.TAYE4bu r..t.

upon the rear platform with bawl nade a mere gentle creeting. It show THROAT fend LUNG TROUBLES .. H.IARIrwacKRT.M. Itlmo.... MltlUUM A 11 i- ,...
Lead There WM no other reply po r lble. *1 in the decoration at Waco but the j ; or MONEY BACK. -

The. men had risked their aU pretty women their outshone tbe Cower THEBridgeport

; : : upon the lot canoe, aDd in their old *. Several nf them were the wive* of /J Jr.en ,..u-- The

4 ag. were dependent upon the charityof In R "evelt's rec mf'nt. sod for | lach Motor!
hoes who had believed as they did of item b* had a special word :.-

d but whom fortune' had favored. There rfc.'n wj o;)e srvetlnf, boomer 1 Coldsl
were tears in Pmideat lLx.evet's! ntich truck me a* j'nrtlcularly cent q

eyes after the station had tn pam\l. To a bril!e <>f bat six or'!! evbe nontaa. I

Away up in the mountain of Pennsylvania after bad shaken her hand, two ul4. I f

where the train stopped for "Tell Frank I am awfully sorry be It lwaM be borne in mind that jial9JIt

two or three minutes at a water tank to could not be here today and tell bio <; every cold weakens the lungs, low.

reload the estfne. there was a crowd of hi*, too, that .!cre I have en you I t er the vitality and prrpam thejtteti
coal diners Jut coming up from shift qr that ease" hath her victwne DOI I ( for the more seriocj div I

They were Hua. and Hnns. Corntsb- ttq than war'lint i I cuet. uzazg which art the two nt&niN alone fur efllrienrr and
fmtcst dotrvTcn &f hc .aa life
men and Torktbirecen. all grimy with the tdurhlcK reception came at j pntcrrn-nu an i ;conauriptioa. "trengtb.

coal dust and sbabed la the presence New BraaoTein. Tex. That Is s little i' I r"t It hail pleutj of metal aud It U
of a kent German
pre settlement s* one might guess Chamberlain's fr whtre It df
.i They stood dumb until fro RooseveXTtticg from the came, and Is located near Ran E ** mot<< gcl6d.

Y, II) the rear platform appreciat. Anto&lo. It Las a brewery and several It Is jH-rfrt-t la dmlsB and workman

oil th* situation nigh twtcftac front the i convent schools as well as public I I Cough Remedy \hip.Kterjthlni r

-I train began to shale ha&da with tbeax.Oa chools, ant best of a:%. It has soy ),i
has its
woo its
; at a time, boys.* said the pmldect. number of pretty Uttie girds from of tais popuUritj by ; mrann IIO ltUaID .
prompt cart moat common
laad well get throcgti an the twelve to lateen years old. The train! amc-ut. It aid exfwctoratktt, rt I Send for caUlogne. .

: eooc.rr.'l'bf'1 docked and cusped pal1eS Into the station just at desk sat linn the lungs tad opens t2uMcretiocs i ..

with the r torch UJea cap ta bud. the crowd was wilting as it waited at eSectu a speedy andpermanent 1

C and aever a yt> did they utter, bat tW1 every stops cure. It coBStertcta.1 Bridgeport Hacbioe & Motor Co. I

fttt the baoor jot the same, aadd DO The village band was than too. witha may Ufticacy toward pscvaoeia. ; ,

.;.,: sbt It OJuJ. soomhl&c et aa Akfa -. bulking Mg fellow as bum nujar.He bias 2SC Urf Silt Sot I Bdd1eFort. Coli.

ot each GOt of ttltal.t. talked to tbe boys ta brokea Oer9 ,. J I I c

>aa 3&4 Etrysh aad be 414 It.OtYf F. N. HITCHCOCK ft CO., Areats, TIt mil 10. FIorf40 *.

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'.'"-iit.,_ .> r_ i ""lmr III. .. .. .... .f:;:.:.-.1...., iJt.; *' a1ht.tM snotty photographs QUEEN OF SEA ROUTES

;; i.fYn. Z: :L1n.._ ** .ittMsjb j* make the old does fight .

:;!-=.:"-." ; ,. -... Wsalq;-....a1&s ..Jlrll; ores their battles, showing a scar for BOWELSf _
:Jk"4;' -... ...' IPTIs4 eler .iii'i tee.wta; Job nearly ift 7' ooe ;*'Tb*"'photographer g..' \* 3s

,:-;,>. a= 8n. ,.sssesror-. L..,.iaa.....:-\t""br.1)a.:: foood'-'maBy of 'them- Ilk crumbling .Umtemvyfer.....- ....... .*.*'.'.u.1.Ia.. r* td'*. JU* rra .
"r: dobe bouts bong the,coast A Tbelr .a.av '*!'PU .....T&SuraMi
Merchants Go's
; tt..4 -on. & Miners Trans -
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.eta hair o > >t,tuiitst,me* ..met..,.,
*.. .. U_white;tide totm1Di their .
4.. .... \... al.tb. steps tat k. ..H M4 ku U u ok*
't.--'i,- ; -'." eyes half dim and their speech growing CANDY
; > if :: "' :. -< r thkt bet:they member east
"" """'::;. -"",,;; ( riridlytbeJwtfiMof CATHARTIC STEAMSHIP LINES
g" _Q DUNTTOVTI( BLQFs'ai 'I'SQIo utar youth.\' ,
;fj.r':, ::11U1rtoutp hdgsf LrGasldea: 'lUuo ,_The two moat. famous grizzly: .G ht. -BETWEENBALTIMORE --
': ywM1 eeadagt reel; .. IMssara lag dons la: .IG11tJeru'C&1tonJa died
N. ',", ,, .,Ti dot dmxitewzrt; P. LYe.
., "" j;:,- ,;Mills*_ Ito Aii81a,tat t: A. Ball, DOt toe* ago'withJfl a few months ofetcn SAVANNAH. & PHILADELPHIA.Direct
m' -. -"' other.
''' 't s j' It..u..r.WU---", .-- Theywere Carlos B> .
: '?f .,.vin5-treawett.*,Walker,,TaeriUe, drljoe and Emedl Ortega neighbors ,
'-/iiI :i.L''...ct f.="ta4M,Id t0,,, iptzIdtB*;. J.oC and' rirais from boyhood. Different
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figure are sliest of the number, of
-i ; W.. 8.Norwood
":. .. T'lmartl4ttesbtrator EAT 'EM LIKE CArmyat.
.h .1ff ;; : deer.'1 grizzly '"jrtetlms eacn tnaa claimed, and .
-_' ,- "'-'- J'aatM*. 1'IDtftt."fu'- p,1. a
: !i'. 1 the question who was the more sklUTul WkM Crtt t U,8 std1NNtrt1bLLU Washington Hew York and Boston.
; COUnT COHMt3SJOXEBS.-E .1.O.k.- !....4 bohfltM ,
':, ;' Jiq.'nU..sekalnss,;W.K. Walker. TVIsdisaola aDd daring: fighter U often discussed. fA
'. I811riUeJqa ft. Jtioc ; Jo*. C One of the most thrilling encounter tll. .c...... ChiMWWRcBfMft.IE L
,' ? .Jones,' Quay JI"**" Bell White XatdayTalh. atJ'r..1&f la'which Don Carlos figured took placeon lOll ILOOI GLEU Through tickets on sale at principal points.Aeronuiodattons .
swdonsart W4lm
la the Santa toes
a mesa moon ..
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." Ulna. He was herding a big bunch ofcattle '
w ,.OOOSTT SCHOOL BOA Rn.-B:P. Haides.ty. there, with the help of half a I Thvy bare a vrry comfortable resl- SEND FOR BOOKLET. .
r .chairaaa,Sebactaa;A.J.Carter f*ra- dozen bttckayroa. Oat afternoon they deuce Ctto5 up there with electric .
p/i k1J;I.II Onel White Clty, Bandar sts- lsl!t. and Lot and cold water.
':'-i ?' ekag a.. W4 ant Kte4q I. e.da IDODQ. located a grizzly ADd ran him ,Into a II. C. AVERY, Com'! Agent, Jacksonville
:: .,. ', field cf chamlso brush which covered General Alejandro Yterra Teneru-
x- ; the center of the mountain flat ,ian minister foreign aft'liln. ban J. C.wttiTStt, 24 T. P. i !.B., 11.P.Tuna ta, Q.P.l.,

AU of the outfit.w.... well mounted Und In the United States almost as GBK&Ui OmCES, BlLTaORT, KB.

Laetcoln4A and eager for a bear roping contest, long as In his native country and U ._..._ ,.. ._., ... .- ,.. .. .
whicb was their favorite diversion married to' an American ,,woman

No amount of yelling would persuadethe daughter of Judge Thomas Russell a

Grizzly grizzly to leare corer and one of former mlnlaler from this country to .4.
Venezuela. The general resided for
the buckayros, a darederll Mexican ,
; offered to go In and drive him out. Be many years In Boston.

J dismounted. and entered the brash, Henry K. Bradbury of Hallis, Me..
:_ JI Tat of ,h.,0111 Days while the others gathered around, riatas who recently died! after prpcticlng Uw
x In band ready to rope In the bear Tor over half 1I.eentnrrls raid to hare
Whm7Jari Wr Hunted
i j. 'if tbe Domett be appeared. bad the distinction of being graduatedfrom s

With Hiatas. The Mexican had not gone twenty Bowiloln college at a younger age

yards ,Into the chamiso before his than any other of its alumni He entered e .*ill J
friends beard a' tremendous growlingand college at thirteen yean and was r

t$ .Den Cark ?t 4rici u and Hit the rush of some heavy body graduated at seventeen In the famous i:

RJIJ In Hand' WIT \ through the brush. The next moment class of '!i.
/: .. FiJhtJ Take-Down J
the Mexican shot oat from the middle James F. Hyde city treasurer of Shotguns
-A. ItHcuf From of the patch u though sent from a Lincoln, Neb., probably U the oldest The notion that one mutt pay from fifty dollar

t the Boajht nf a Tree.a. cannon. lie was thrown fully six feetabove municipal officer In the country who a good shotgun has been pretty effectively dispelled-since the Advent cf ij.

the top of the thick brush and In U actively engaged each day In the the Winchester Repeating Shotgun These guns are sold within reach
back himself In performance of bU duties. Mr. Hyde's
falling spread out such
'. of almost everybody's purse. They are safe, strong reliable and handy, 'i
Io the mountains of the
the west
? a way that the boughs supported him. '1Is n1netytwoears., yet day
t% tan and tumbled Rockle and the Tbe grizzly; not understanding the he appears at Us office in the city ball When it comes to shooting qualities no gun made beats them. Theyare i
Sierra- his office hours and then made in u and 16 gauge. Step Into aIn store.and examine oat.
far the works during
jagged, reaching grizzly sudden disappearance of his enemy; ;
FREE Sn4..a.f auras /a.s.arr.lUutr.i.l torso
: t p..tal ''' 1
baa become the particular desire of the was rushing about thoroughly angered.It departs to take tip other work which WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO. NEW HAVEN, CONN. t"H ,'.
most modem of bunters, the men who was only a question of a moment or utilize his time until it o'clock. ..1.

t, ally forth with rapid cameras instead two until his rushing tactics would .. -. -- -- ..- .. __ .. ." __ __ ___"_"- "._ _., ._ .. .'

: ,of repeating express rifle, who press shake the man to the ground, which '
would bare been the end.
I: a high speed shatter instead of a hairS >,
Don Carlo, putting spurs to his
trfCff It takes daring nerre to fact
bone daubwl Into the thicket hopingto
one of these fierce" fight toting creaTBX '>
attract to himself the attention of

. d".r.'" ,; t -Uc the angry grizzly. Ills path took him :
r under the bash ou which the buckayro 1 :

; ,- I was supported, and reaching up, the
'T don seized him by the
"" ": It'p.
(ir \ At the same moment the bear made a
" : rush for the horse. With great difficulty -

Don Curio retained his bold on
i"e- the unconscious man as the bone tore

,o"' i through the brush with the b%r In

close pursuit. Both men and b*.ast
'fi- ft'
were" badly bruised and torn with the

, ',$:. brush. Tbe grizzly followed them Into
s h1 the open where be was quickly entangled -
To the Pacific Coast to California
In th. rlatas of the others. On ( ,

'. f<': 1.. ..f tr examining the man to whom had come round-trip, long transit and return

the catapult experience they found that t privileges.
the bear bad ail but scalped him with a

f t' : f'>. single blow For a long time tbe fellow The rate is practically on the basis of

- J:< e was not right in his head but he
Of if wish to visit both
I iI ...' .=. ftnall1l'f'Onrf'd. trip. course, you
J ; "' \"-;" h1 r a} or Washington, the coat U slightly more. !
I 4 Po ltlT Kervwlty.Having effect i
These reduced rates are in on
.- to lie upon my back for 14 days ;
'; October inclusive. They apply
[ ;::" >, from a severely bruised fop, I only found of May to ,
- '- l I relief when 1 oiled Ballard's Snow lint via Chicago, St Louis or Memphis
<" ment I can cheerfully recommend it as
ff1:.-" the best medicine for bruiae ever sent to Systemwill take you up in either Chicago or

the anllcta It has now become a pn.i- of other Middle West points and carry you
! r ,' tire neCewity myself. D. K.
upon Byrnes
;f't :-:, :,: merchant Dovenvitle Texas. Zfc, 50c. T Standard or Tourist Sleepers with

,..;.<.-'" and $1 00 Snld by Red O... Pharmacy yi The Rock Island also affords a choice of
and Eaa Gallie Pharmacy, Ku Gillie.
T route you can stop off in Colorado-see

SIRES AND SONS. j f' Yellowstone National Park; on the "

. via El Paso, thru New Mexico, then :')

: Darld IL Mcffatt Vf ivnrer U tterealthieEt ;! 'r, and on to Portland or Seattle if desired.
man in Colorado. ,} i .c
i F.'i
ty,.,:":: Francis T. F. Ix>vJoy, the Plttt>t>rgaillllooaliY : : In short, these Pacific Coast excursions '

.:.J-'' l bas divided to make Colorado 1l: chance to see our western country in a .
r.,. '. Sprine-* LI.: Lame. He will build n ,it

.;. Boaam 1'\)" THBOCOH TU. MOB a splendid nrSiw* there. r ; t ( :. If you desire to go only! as far as

)f, Y.- WTTH TBS SUB ix cuxz pciaiu.lures Count Xlddo has Iwn exi-rllwl from rates in effect to that section and
-- death dealing Ksw 4fl. (j.-mtD1. for xcatterng: p'!Ulan 4 t t
i,; with nothing more specially reduced June 30 to July 4,
and tlrf photogrspbicbanters
than 'a camera, ,
: tug the pulic* much trouble in La ml ling and August 30 to September 4. :
teU of IUaDl1&rTOW escape N
:..: the crowds that followed him.Sir or Salt Lake and return at low cost
); They are not the first grizzly
Henry Mortimer Imrand I* sold
however, to scorn the rifle in hunting From September 15 to October
to t>e the tint Hritivh ambassador to
the huge bears. One of the camera
ftwlrf't'b thoroughly aii'rwLtte Amerk-au j+>ses.Fuuay tourist or "colonist" tickets will be on
: boaters found this out a
i stories: with the finest points besew 5 I half '
.it ago when be settled down for a rest I the Pacific Northwest-about
'. tn tantly and enjoys to tbe full
/ by the Pacific in the Santa Barbararatter
1 after a successful though blood I'ayue Wbltnry h rcrircliEC bh .-.- f J U tstrele4, lend name and address

r Iress campaign! through the California tate at Manhsiwrt. X. V.. with an or which booklet wasted aDd U what point you

:::..i' mountain in which he secund a number Dsm..ntsllroD fence to cost $.\".'). It L date cf hart aUo, .3 we ca schist ccroZ \i
of fine grizzly negatln It was U being 1-uiJt for the purpose of mat tS
,, sot long before the oU Spanish dons tag it powlMe to keep a birrd of de
: wbo form the "oldest Mttkrportloa safety within tbe lnckx ure.KepreenUtiTes y'
... of the population, beard of bin and Hull of- Iowa acJ eM c.w CeW.4e__ .ass,..... I
'.. came around to see his -brare plc- WIb.-ortb of :New York own a Large : i

;. tarw." as they called them says theNew farm In Virginia near M nnt: Vcrnen.A .
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1. York Tribune --- --- --- Address Mew-
:,R No hunter eter knew the grizzly 1TwW's .

.a< mote Intimately than there men oft Cream Vermtfoje has art' f'd! JOHN SEBASTIAN, --
[; Bi d Spanish and Mnka blood, a orkl vide repiUlkra u being the Ilt't's J i
dft.1ronanJ foritstAoic PSAS. Tr J. Mgr Rock Wand SytUa. ......u .L- .
ttej bunted with data and bowie of all corm .
= kaife combat the safety of the rifle iefiaenrruQ weak asd nnthrift? r t. !d ren. CHICAGO. D..ha.ns
/ u it rx-ctralitt the acidity or s;arjirt ol
hunters of today
as do the camera
tM stomach. improves their digrrtion.
t' But the pose tbey: pUjed was nu+re
and fcwimiialiofl ctf fad strHs thmt their ;
dacjrrouis fur they bad to be In st the nerroos syrtem and rertnnr tl.wn to the

:-- death "WJe In the case of the man health, ,fror and elMttcity! of spirits nat if AaJ I
with th! dry plate and filou there 1* oral M ('hi1Jho wt. uU by Red CrowPharroarv

BO aacb end. Tb* eirttement of theixrsmal and EM Game! l armaej, .
coaflU-t more than rej>.!d the lAB babble.08faTORY1. DIGESTS

the risks they rats anJ 0 0 JI 00teccy.
Spaniards fur r' U 1 Tb ) a JMrII3 EC.1rl. )
for In Uww goldea C LT T Tl
ttey ran many
1R Lag tot km L4rs1 ....
day in the OJal and ***** Ynrtt nl. Iartds E. C. WITT lit CO1P.1 :

acorn Icy thre lartnf*,*wtU a critxly ouk, aod for some erery of 7 For is a by the I'.e Cry rhama."JI1 ufiIle;. F.:1 Gaibe I't.anw..,.. tAu Gt.lhe. (.'. !. t.

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-' ., "'\: J"THE- ,FtORiDAST'__ AR F1UDA y I 1111 :6. 14103



AQ__$ ASfs .ter.aettkpeete aeTtt.etllleaeeM.4etw The B kman' school consolidation .

-nil r.attter. bill 1 was the most important r-

featitredistussedvii, the senate the I

c.' I Y rt" 'x'k ti. tlar.r, s rae1MTYM PwatpNr. past week. ,It occupied the greater I I is Invaluable in Such Cases.

l'Vat .
tssalET BT FRIDAY MORXI50.Kr0sanrnny. .
part of Thursday in the senate, It

.- ...... rat AD'UJII> and passed the house on Friday. ]
11 aom 1'0.MX ..OJITIILA.I
Those who this bill have I
opposed A t1t
,. t t 1ktaa rnlst 4'b '- ags tV tNDt4EYS MD
......... no one to blame but themselves. } -

The calls of so many state institu-
a mat te dew udeniood that ae1tHr
Tn erAe ...ite editor U rownsibl tor. tions, making demands for increased -

efiaims eI"..*** Vy camspeadeat*. appropriations every two years, :

: VOT A BPZBCKXJLXZX.Governor would soon have bankrupted the ; i

state to rather extravagant
Doortu,of liuHtchaaettt, U /
Conservative 'men in
reported to bate add_"1 am cot s epeeebf assertion. t rut' '
r I
='; : mixer, tet ft hocmtker." In tbu the legislature realized that the DRUGS. tr

respect he differs -very widely from our time was ripe to call a halt, and, i ,

;d popular fighting president st Wnbinp- wisely, they will do so beyond a + .. .x a S -
/5 =
< ; too .bo eeema ready at all time SO ad.dJ"ftll' doubt. 1

F shoot everybody that rants to be It is a fact well known to those

addressed. We read .hu iddreaaee with who will make : ,
are posted or proper $

; A Interest, bat are exceedingly *x>rry to find investigation that the state schools i ''L1'f4'

that of them
fanning through large part with possibly one or two exceptions
ia hit dominant thought that in peace we _
are of little or no value to the great
are to prepare for war, which means u } BackacheIs
we understand it. that we are to hare at i masses of the people. '

.4 : :, enormooc eipetw*a great o.1.I01Bdeot, The real intention for the starting k tu t Is Often

F ;: if Decenary, to meet all the navies of up of these schools has long to
the First
r : :: Europe and Sooth America, Baying nothing since been lost sight of, for those
l aboot China and Japan says Geo. T. who attend these state schools'outside Symptom of _

3 Angell, In bis publication known u Oar the- counties. which such 1 li, j
Catarrh of
Dmnb Animal Then to teach all the schools are located are, generally .1

.Y a boys in America that fighting it the speaking, sons and daughters of the Kldnc) .

noblest profession! in the world and have 1
well-to-do people amply able to
set before them for emulation the lives of
} pay the expenses of educating their
F : t each men u Frederic the great, Napo- *
children without aid from the
kan and other who have_deluged Eu state.

;. ) rope with blood. The new bill reduces the num- -k:

\. "In peace prepare for war" has been ber of state institutions to three-

the motto of European sovereigns forages the University Florida, ,at Lake t .

who have maintained great armies City; the Florida State college' at -- -

and kept millions of people in poverty to Tallahassee, and the colored normal FRLD R. PEMVLLL! THOMAS M.HICKS. ._,_ '_- .J

' :t wppert them. Rnssia and Japan have also in the = 1
< :; capital city. .. -
* i ;:K- prepared. in peace for war,.and what is _- DANGEROUS KIDNEYDISEASES -Inflamed with poison, my ltom.rh i

) ; the .}onse .
f. hone and men dead in Manchuria, hundred Professor HeUard of CeiJva. who applied odor ,'m..natl"frQIII my urine, and 1 ==- ; i -
4 music OH a tranquillzing influence realized I was a sick man. The doctors ,
i; :" of thousand of other to suffer / it" : :
.: ji with wound and sickness through life, on persons under anaesthetics, discovered do** that blue light falling on the ('It'S. but 1 for- 1J'-
: ; kept growing:'or&e. Then : -
; and million of poor people to suffer from even 'hen clawed, affects the nerve Pc-runa Creating a National -
tune brought I'eruna to my n"tl :: : '
r'J f ,," ,pov.ert1)ih1ch might have been prevent centers and produces sleep either by a Sensation I In the Cure of and I at once began to men.l. 1 kept : '- -:- '

-t: _" ed. And all this for no possible good to hypnotic anawthvtic :u.tlou.1o d Chronic Ailments of taking it for five month before I \va : :f .

o "-t. !'; any of those who survive the great battle ant srevu, but not red and 11I0raf. completely! cured. I feel now that I '-::::.-- _.
The Kidneys. ;::..
{ : that have been fought to the countries have a feiuitlar but weaker effect. life 1'eruua and 111 : -- '
or to
owe \t urvtrrete
my 1" :. '
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} '.:: ". they represent.In .. to be grateful."-Thomas 31.II .: ---,
..." 'I: "' ky Weather Report. Fred It. Pcnnell, I'innt t, rand t),era _-:::.,; '- J
a-: a.; -r L our opinion, it is a thousand times 0.s.DErAtTMi.rr AQSICTLTCBE WEATHKB House, Hot Springii, Ark., writes Irks. :;;; '::f i'! : .

x ;tj a i. better in time of peace to prepare, by BCBKAC.JCPITER "Twu year ago i ran !.. Hot Sjirinps I H. L. Karle, Huperintendent offitreeU .._-_-n.- iI'i

"..' .. .\.:. humane edncalion in our schools, not for FtA.-ltfy 23. 1005. to take the bath. and !?' treated for Jackvonvillr, 1'la., "rltl'lI: --: .,::---, --r';':-=-::'::'::--:4- :--
Comparative statement of temprratnn* and I "1 am a firm IK-vtr! in IVruna. .u. y 1
. bladder kUney tronMe.! Afu
;I : war, but for peace.PUI and rainfall for the week ending .
': tt "Yf I'. May 23, 1903 Tuesday.. pending two month. here under the i I fond that It has IxH-n of prarliralbenefit ; ; '

19(15 1001 care of one of the most prominent j.hyt to a number of tin men employed : _.
; '':: ';
'" r t. ': .. DUll MAX. MI*. MAX. MIS.' ;!:cans and receiving! little or no benefit, in Uet"trt't't Cleaning Ivpart. -_. '
:! t= : "I care not what mean you use so that May'.. 17. M 70 79 70 Iwaa persuades to try r run&. I had ment in tt" city of Jad.""1 -- ,
IS. *l 71 79
i'_ t you save souls by it, Any method is all .. 19. 1'13' 75 79 70 70 little faith in it, but atar tuing one tx>t- 'They ir. e'p'ieially rxpo*' M

' =1J ( ''': right if you me souls by it. If a man will M.. 2O.d till b2 71 tie:: 1 noticed market: \\'uprovement. !. lncelaicny of the weather and a I!

' : !;J 11- come to hear the gospel when a preacher .. St. M 70 M 65 Three loUlt entirely: cured: m .. I ran Cumber whocaughteoM: hlen later II
: ,.' ; 22. M 74 M 71 recommend IVruna to developed Into pDt umoola, kidney j S L TAKlf.ful .
" ..;.;: wean a red coat, by all means discard 83 M 73 *3 74 cheerfully any one 1.-
' .\ afflicted 1 .M-Fred R. 1'euuell. liver irouoiewerecurea inrougn tuts -- ....
; : the black andl'lr the red You Total rainfall for the wrek. -25 in. u w -
E; one. Departure rainfall fur the week minus 1.10 Tbomu M. hicks, 11311ab tit.,, Lottle I use of l'er :na."-Ji. IKarle, I'-UfI\'Jln'l ( ternenl"t"uraW. h., w1UI.

Ji } will have my aupport for any method, inchea. TiIle.Ky., write t ,1 I tendentof ., 1,1e-\.I to give t"a t,14 valuahle ....
r L' however sensational, so! long as it brings Departure rainfall since Jan. lit, minus I
' j 4.56 inches. a11'egiccted! folde,frreutu; habits and!i I If you do toitr@tb.I tart' t:raU..
'r ....f f eouls into God's kingdom. Thus spoke Hdn.' "1, I ..
II. P. HAKDIX, overwork lire-fight on perion* ) factory Address Dr. lUrtnun I'r kWnt *filartinan
'_ ,+ Bishop Spellrayer before a gathering o( Official in Charge. -.1 "'1.. ',0 'r t"H"h'... M" t.'",,,, .. '... I! write att-no to Dr. lUrUiiiin, u'vuu ai ITXXE The Siimtnuni. '...h........O. *

t' l Methodist prwheis in Cincinnati the ,

t'ft i other& day. It was a reassertion of the .100 Reward 100.
., The
"" The renders thU paper be plt'a..d JAS FR1TCHARD & SON Alpine Cottage
{-f,} old argument that means are jnnifietl by to learn that there is at least one dreadful ,
the end. That is old disease that science has heeu able to runin HASBROUCKMOTOR
,t argument as as the
.... all iu sUgt and that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh TITUSVILLE, FLA., fader the ..f }Ir.. Kale iJlyern.
i ; T hlllt! and it i i.* re |>on!itle for much of'tt' Cure is the only fiositivr cure known a *'d..l (by F .\. 1.l sdey: i

.... ; church: history that were better unwrit rowtitntioniJ to the medical disease fraternity., Catarrh being a .:STARTS: :,\ I EH. IW'TI;.\Tli! EI:,
: .t ten. The inquisition hnd the terrors of treatment lUll'g requires Cmurrli a omslitutionai Cure U- tilVUS GIlKATElt EFFU'IESCY: TITUSVILLE, FLA.

_ ,.f.\'F,\ the reformation were justified on such taken internally, it-ting directly upon the and owe LESS GASOLINE per hone t
. j blood aud mucous Mirfares of the
ss c ground. system. pOKtr than any other engine Diad/ Dally or Weekly Board.
thereby destroying the foundation of the di, .
a 4 -( It la undoubtedly true that there are a rote, aDd giving the patient ttrenftb io We continually dernontitrnte thi!.

. ) F' great many more perron who are mwh building up tbe constitution and afeisting Commercial sizes 8 to 3"0 hors t.,wer.Sfncial House Newly Furnished.Everything .
natore in doing its work. The proprietors Light High peed 11&t'i from
].1;) more easily moved 1 by an appeal to emotions have BO touch faith in its curative power, :3J to 2.V) hors |,.1111 er. First 01&88.
:f'. M than by an appeal to reason, there that they offer One Hundred Dollar for any tImataon
; case that it fails to cure. fend for list of tes Benj. W. Jerome
are many *ho have more of an ear for timonials.Addmw. II ikm* otreet, near Jo4ia. :

.",' if the drum and the tambourine than they F. J. CHENEY A Ct).. Toledo! O. STATE AGEHT, -- -
v .' hare for; the fall rich notes of the pipes SoM by Urn lti lt&. .:.
([alt's Family nils are the brat.08STOITIA..
s. :*n; there are many *ho are more at BOBBINS

,, ''! traded by brilliant! mi and blue and yellow !. Also State Agent for
''" ... 1 a tiJ YM Hra Lan Ba aA
than they are by the quiet refined 't QRAHAMThis
1- a: .
gnatarsm .
? colors; many who are ,6waved at thrspeaker's --
. !I.. : will by a load ..C\i i ,' We Invite your attention to
t" behind it, but who would not respond :1: to 12 h. p. jump rrark, u;> to date. 11I&tQrJl'lrat4'od 1"14 'IP hl-lt&1 '.,(Mloo.)

J to subdaeii eloqcnee by the mcrt convincing the following rio e prices in our --,- - fl
f' laltdt
i-oitittij own
s. 4 of preachers. popular brands of cooUn stoves EAST COAST MEAT MARKETO. in tS>. IiiUian Rivertry t:J4t.
There U an element of the population! on the M' l..nete ItUH,

; eays the Savannah News, that must be known as the "Prlottand the F. UiEJ, Agelt, at New Hiter. and ootajne .. J

gone after with tin pant, and base dram*, 1ay.1'ItIUES'1'4) :1
I -
I and red ('('.IIA, and red fire, and t.ellli.e 0. K. (luP n: II '"
# I i Florida and : ( Sl'I'l'1'IIETtllPS.: : j
in large quantities,aid eternal damnation
7-15: Prince.Stnn ..
(- : 6. at every turn of the road, tat that rl*& :s )MD4 f., In41M.
t .. Western t
i growing smaller.! Education is lifting: the S.17 *. : !fUM) OrrirniT -

at* maww above the emotionalism! which I !
s o. K. ClUffU Stm e>, '- ..I ll.M Meat TITCSTfLLE AI" MI AWL j .
s 4 formerly amounted to Karcely I more than ;
.- v Kperftition. Thinking people: demand h f -
x I 4 S.M H. M) ,UIt.urht.'i tl Ofw $A1TPWatr:.
a L MMnethic else from the prvacher than
of all Kinds .
U 44 T4f in.M; ( > Cadtr sod by utiQ. /<...... sf fire L'sied !
Brass performance.ADVERSE. Flan tltrrlt .....11 fur it... n.rlaw jseellM .
+ f t: rw..wwwr.. 'I Iof tl.r..s., ... ... ri4end, s. 1M ...
REPORT. BRUSH WITH .SAVAiK> Illustratetl circular giving full TITf>VILJ.E, -- FLORIDA .01., sd ApnL .\. I' 1\114I .
w a novelty. The higher the civitiuttont i tow M iWiUa, n TJ* hi'lttm'iUs! .. ::

The committee ee'!<e in n e.Jo ;iartieuar! > on application to fJTIlr.. ; f..tor1i>f n..|**r a Beep ah.., tt aL. I ... :
I kll .. srlal r....., ......{..t ... 1
'e' the aJvi abilJty of the ajeof bill liirg by the demand here ,.
pa a its :
toJ.ts.1'R17'CIIAJH IT IIAVIS n.MK Tcr MV LAU THAT j ami srll'ott.d Ifcrrtia w u, 4,,. .fcf (Wb ..It .
; prohibiting the future eropiojment of men have reached a high state of ) \: SON, there aff' rfpuru ID .rmUtuiD! hj--fc nt!* i oat sell III tna of tie t1.r ., ti.. ;
rperial counsel by the railroad commit mect. Evenr day we tell more led more ten .,.nouA1'I1P<>D lie j;'*"! rj.iu.- (of MM* .>*.., q T Brrtki4 WBlr (. T1I.t,.... n.,. j'';' J
of lhe<*' t'lt"f'1kniTooTn Titu"iJlr, Florida. Wifiw: iiag. and 1JIfb"lt. well l! a,4 a r, !'iJraUtrd id* 00 thaiIt.. 'Uy ..' Jubr 4 f) .id... c
iron and trustee of the h rsterna improvement BRUiiHr '. HAIK I'.Rt>HF> \I injure tk* ff'J.-OtAu..o of the your( 'I ID U. W ra. ......" ..I..Ie..W II.&e urge ... ,' f;
:' i fund reported W n.1'Ida1IiaiMt' BATH BKUSHIS. f lady sad &}f!f a:.o 11.,.,,,, ......,.rt ..... .
(setaPerhapa J. L. MOBLEY I bmby vilify and WM-rt tb tiiHikiinj any tld. All tkai ..11.t1a ttatt to(lead 11&ac as4 b.- '
the passage of the bill The committee the fine qiality has had tom ff'frU IB ,Plat_tu the M:)yu u'"tI Irg III It. i-i....,... .t Anv/td aid V", +
.aid: "Tbtre is DO department of Hate thing to do with it-pehae iu the price TITU-VILLE, FLA.. *!? wiiitb hive been cttr'bctt4' to r:... cr u M6tft tel t1..r14. I. 1n 11 asiaN ....., i i.t aa4 ,l
whose is Anyway, all parchawrs are well p''mo'd' ; tTici Ueo startcd (If .rVA4-4! 117 ii,.. .rc M.. .II surd rugs ta1AJ.f ,r -
government eficieocy more entitled C4ntl'al'U '., all k utterly! and tLtxJaUl! Cats: :M fear I
RED :&< i of PAinlicz. Kalnmining !- t11 set .1III '.1", &,. tJ.'JJ sad '.
i-- to the indorsement of the fe is2a, CROSS PHARMACY Hainipjr, Fmuhing and Paper I T Sf" ii.t1rik: of u.. k.... ek
' : TITUSVILLE. r..noDa.11y. + Pd tivre thta:n4 :d.of Juts allll ..,.. efOll :t
y oasis .
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tore and the people than the railroad Haogicg. at the mat re ar>cabe! prior N. ::
by. 1'4 at Cucta. T S ..ud,,.. toBK i jvf ABMfU M the itclfcUtf ,
L I 't' commission, and there i* DO department consistent with good workmanchip.fork 1 well klil1fll. .lw trim duty! ,.orn Uuf i < | of .h&.._ t"--w4 ,Itort!WrtIM 1 k aIs eI .
f J J ia which the people are more interested ujilere OB the Ent Ccist t that the 'iTtfti&t*>l M tree i i. ; Uad tfitg sang tlIt4sa km .. rid ;-.
t. err,, pruccUr. : w..'", -.a. ...... Ie t\e 11gkt W4u $
F A bill will be istradaced creating the of. leant c t Goias Cans .'fiWnbcd sad ivora to btfcr. IDe the da/ .rld Mi*. local. at
Specially! solicit**! Let me know what
Y, Sro of ajsistast attorney geeera) loll &td reara&naud. H. I Hc t>cai..
TOO want and get my estimate on it. f: .V. ASCJU"'S, I
i' &K A*of mid.'I' Prompt attention given to all wort.Y tllY' ecia.1 K..,_ iJ
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;::? :.+ .. !sauiel Mra,Fraok Bobettaoa expects to leave .
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,jJiK'<[ t: ,." .... AlMg,' -.-11.tuaf.. 00 Si&Drday,1or :&sommer's tacatlon In I 197$the removed to Honda with
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: < J!: her botbaod sod family, since which
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"' time she has resided in this slate. She
Ik: Jfr. J. E.'PWillo of ) Fergoaon will tM Carleton
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4 J'ridaj.&o-worlr. cot hU daring her sbaenoe. We wish her fond
grove, s life always. She was highly esteem- Children especially are

3; tan. J*}(.:)foebe1 ted J. W,Glass pleasant outing. ed by all who knew her and will continue

. ?$, sire In Minis this stet doing tome ,earPeeter On Memorial dad May 30th all are to lire in the memories and hearts and the housekeeper must look

work fcr Messrs.. .0. B.Cooper and cordially invited to Join in decorating the of the many people she so often befriend

"'t o"> Herbert. Msgrader.Mr. graves; of thejaoblemeo who wore the ed. Her untiring kindness and motherly to their food.

: f .'J. A. Taylor went to KtIawooMonday blue and the gray, whose remains rest ia care of her children will be sadly missed

"' and placed an order with the the Melbourne cemetery Bring all the in the coming years and the wise preceptsshe As good cake can be made =

Q i :Bond Lumber company for lumber for Sowers you can carry. Let all the children ever tried to teach them will be forever .

the,erection of a dew residence.Jin. come to rtrew the flowers and blend enshrined in their hearts ai the rich good eggs, so also a cake that

x Kohl Mn. A. N. None heir sweet voices b song. Will meet at set legacy earth can me them.God's i ia
and Mr*. '
.,.:ITfl Joogregationsl church at 1 o'clftck p. m.It hand of affliction. seems heavyupda ful as well as dainty must be

as not forget those who fought and DIy for bit Iaet- all has rent our
fu. leave
shortly a via \ to their
died for our country. Let us rest from home in twain feel and perfect baking \
F 'old home in Kentucky and Illinois.Mr. yet we as one by one pure
business from to 3 o'clock and show the few remaining will enter heaven's
/ and Mn. A. \. Nolle and Misses Powder is
Royal Baking
our respect for the dead. bright portal., her sweet epint will meetus
.t -JJlns Glass May me Taylor and Gertrude
x and bear us to the throne of Jt'tOL
Mosbey spent a very pleasant evening indeed lIu" '.,..,... ..... in the-preparation of the
There we will all be united in that blessed
with Mr. a (I5 Kuhl and his mother Is often as great as woman's but Titos.

i it being Mr. Kuhl's. birthday. Cake, S. Austin, manager of the Republican," home above. of food. It imparts that
wine candy and nota passed around of Leaven worth, Ind., wu not unreasonable On Friday evening, just as the sun was President.'i i
o when be refused to allow the doctors sinking in tilt western sky, a Dumber of
:ls by the boat; The birthday (cake .was deUctou to operate on bit wife for female trouble. our townspeople joined in a simple service ness, sweetness and flavor

*. "Instead," he savs. "we concluded to try conducted by Hiv. J. B. Hawk of
Electric Bitter My wife was then eo finest cake biscuit doughnuts
Cleanse your system of all impurities sick she could hardly leave her bed and Melbourne) then her body Ug laid away ,

this month. 'oU the time to take five ((5) physicians had failed to relieve (in the Eaa Gallie cemetery beside the

2 ,HoUi. r'. Rocky Mountain Tea. It will her. After taking Electric Bitters she husband who preceded her just nine and what is more important,

p4 well all 3.) was cored and
keep you eutnmer. cents tea perfectly can now perform months
w or tablets. all her boost-hold duties. Guaranteedby ago. food wholesome and agreeable
lied Cross Pharmacy price SOc.THITKCITT. She was a lover of all out doors. Her

CAD GALLIK. flowers and plants were a part of her life, and old. '

Be?. B. F. Brown, of Orlando is the \ and so, as was appropriate, over her casket

pest of Mr,. I. G, Gilbert this week. At a special meeting of the White City throughout her: home;above her last ROYAL ttKltQ POWDER CO., NfW YORK ,i

1 Mrs. Cooke, of Palm Beach, is the Improvement dub Saturday night it was resting place flowery 'nature's simplest -- -

guest of Mre. A. R. Hodgson this eek. decided to erect a two story club house and art's rarest, were heaped in lavish The Russian war office at St. PetersI I has been hoisted

and tows hall, which will l cost in the : abundance by kindly hands.. burg officially denies that Vladivostok \I communication.
Mn. Treutler's orange U showing
grove neighborhood of(1,000. A building com T.M bard to five tl *np dear mother ,__ -0 ____. .. .. __ __.. ._ .. .. .. ._
under the of Robert
fine growth care
death' coU hand brow.Aid
mittee was appointed and are working on tee open thy F- -
Mengel. know that Loon thou would'ot be borne :
the plan and specifications. The build. way rrJr Youn F'omulo

( The Inn, with )Ir.. Adams u hoot, ia ing will contain large dancing hall on To teat beneath tbe crud kod. THOMA8VILLK, OKOHOIA.OFFERS .

4 having a good thai of the patronage of the first floor. The second floor will be God in Ilia wisdom, hu milled: FULL COURSES FOR \.11.. a S.. & B.T .
.e the traveling public. The boon His love baa given
divided into auditorium with
an spacious And though there I h one lea on earth, I Physical Culture, Elocution and Music our
Eaa Gallie wu beaten by TiUmille by stage and dressing rooms also a re- Another soul will rent in heaven. -.- -- .._- ---.._- ---. -. -- ..--

More 9,to 1 in the baseball match on ceptioa room: and kitchen which may be F. B. G. fl ,OIx)spent this year in buildiiu! sad MJ uipmtnt! Stwwu
f c Saturday of last week. used in time of banquets. A subscription Fla. .
Ears 1905.sea Ten Teachers.EXPENSES.
Galiie May 23rd. _Experienced_ ___.___. .. .__-0-- ___ i
The sloop Dixie, Capt J. II. Andrews* list is being circulated and considerable --
I ofTibtals, owner is on Hotlgsonu way baa been subscribed. The building willbegin LoIIt Mother

{' this week being overhauled.Cocoa in the latter part of July or first of "Consumption runs in our family and Sc*ioo open Sej.t. Sttth, ti>(t5. For five catalogue .

'' and Kau Gallie crossed baseball August. The Improvement club was incorporated through it I I lost my mother," writes t;. I I. COCKRANE HUNT,
B. Reid of Harmony Me. "For the
4 bat here on Wednesday with a score ol last December and u in a good past five years, however, on the Jll lvhtt c,;::;J.Ir.=Jr=Jr=lr=I f=fF"

14 to 7 in favor of Cocoa, reversing the subbtantial condition. sign of a cough or n.ld.: I hate taken Dr. _. --"' .- _.& .

.... order of thurgTof May day at Cocoa. 'Everybody is invited to attend tbe Literary Kings New Discovery for C--nsum-tion, I
t *huh has rated me from tenons luce E. L. BRADY & BRO.
Thursday June 1st. A tine
The dance in honor of Titnsvilla baseball society trouble." His mother' tll.'ath'AS a sad ,.. _-
2 .. team Saturday evening was well attended program will be rendered and everybody loss for Mr. Reid but he learned that -- -

by Lao Gallie's young people and is welcome. As it costs nothing why not lung trouble m11'nllt be neglected and GROCERIES HAY GRAIN AND ALL FOOD PRODUCTS.We .
attend and spend a pleasant and instructive how to cure it (!nick fl'Oljh8 ,

a good time was spent by all .1 evening. Come one, come all. and colds. Prire 50c. and $1.00. Guaranteed handle produce of all kind We are agents fir tape*' FertiHirre We desk l exrh lively)
)Ir. and Mrs. Uirgham and Mr, and at Red Cross 1'liarmacj. Trial hi the above UnH of good, and solicit the trade of ftUcBtuotBer*. Write m fur pricr oa
bottles free. Grain and all Grrwene, delivered at your station. E. L. BRADY A RBO,TiTT vn.t*. Ft*.
Miss Thompson of Daytona, spent t Fatnr THE NEW EVERETT PIANO.Mr. ---- _. --. -
in Kau Uallie. Tie
day lea artyuY J. A. Homan is among the f re- I

en route to Key VVft in )Ir. ThomIlBOn', WO American writers on music and musicians. A. G. SPAULDING & BROS'
launch. TV Matt r'4Ju'-1I Set of )* In the Cincinnati Enquirer, B.JJar S..,.serrAlduhed.

roe,. B. F. I town held! service in Sf. April SOth, 1905, Sir Homan wys of Alfred

Johns Kpw-ojwl chunk last Sunday Reisenaue': RUDDER Base Ball and Sporting Goods

morning and wtninz.; Rv. Bruwn is "Though a German, Mr. Reisenanerhas HOW-TO BOOKS ,

now permanently: eltli-d in Orlando. A always been a favorite in Russia, and Over}ae Mat Ka,.e tm kilt from the apes -
the ( J ft thr** bola Slkt 1fli!1. uur-i n
purse of $:)d oar pre ehkd him by his artistic gauge in that country is set at wry ca-.. ltd r rvrrj sac fun dtteddr.
members of wt. Johns church Eau Gallie, the highest notch. Phpically intellectually ...'i 111 (>oust , .h+I 11 band The H. & W. B. DREW CO.,
tminMJy !
bow to m. n-Tctt M>nf 1e.
Wednted.ty.k and temperamentally 1! nant'r it a
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HOW TO BUILD Jacksonville
'"V giant of the keyboard. By reason of his ........ ,......H b 40 ,
A OlMUtrou Calamity. ...ev.d IY.M j'-a.d..4- "...1N"'-..O10Ia.
artistic triumphs in America m the season -
fir, It is aduwtnms rtlataity when you HOW TO GUILD A SKIPJACKf Distributors for the State of Florida.
and of 1903 04, the public appetite is naturally t.fw ..., f.-. a"- tt, iboat ar..i
', lose health lcjme indigestion .w Nor b'F: wee4
your ......
.it.away.Prompt whetted for his second coming in nf hu.a..aleta..a7 t--f4"'rj. Ur. Kinc' dew life the early of next fall" HOW TO BUILD A RACING SLOOP The trlr supplied at tnann fart arm' lowest' r>rur*.
I in
U..fcan he ha-1 part .. ..
x.a ..e-.I , n "rr lr I", .J. a p1. .
Retail order and club outfit receive careful: itui lion.Svnd
: Pills. They MM up \-our digestive organs his I Important to remrn'r that this mb. ,."6. Lea w. .N :04, ... t* teal,oat :
d.Mine' colic, I4VOVU.HOW for catalogue.DO
4.; and cure headache, "giant of the keyboard" this of
constipation, rtc. Guaranteed at .. .. ,. .
living pianists chow Everett piano for Pytt aaJ .itM.l' 'I a -" '' .wear a Lwl
M4Croee Pharmacy, 25c. hD"au. '''.t..2,_
his great work when in America in I' J3. HOW TO BUIIO A KNOCKABOUT
alRLtwt"K 4x. (W, and it is still more important and .J.f..ra A Iv,.aw..1.n.... ,..d ft_, .....a..

Mr. Frank Gautier, of Crescent City highly significant that he con rol1 tcorrectness HOW TO'LU'LD A tHCAL.SRAUCHY SLOOP
; House Tues of that a a s'i..M aJ......,u .wka.. ,,, EAST COAST OF FLORIDA?
". was s guest of the McBride judgment by choosing aaI a.4....
1t day Eterctts for his tour of 1905 OH HOW TO BUILD A rLATTIC OM SMAMPIC

- .: Be,. S. D. Pine it invited to West We challenge the world to produce a 6.pa4 Tae,ta t4,..d..r.Ju.t...I....rypJ ecruM.}_.A_aw\-r.ra.kV Especially rtyarJmrf Fruit (iromir.g,Trucking and

the oration on parallel to the situation. The Everett HOW TO BUILD A MOCCL YACHT General Farrmn If so. tut/wnbe for the '
Palm Beach to
.._,..*- r-o w .f...a
pianos (the present, or new Everett) u ..,
Memorial 30th. le s..d is>.d B< KPRICE >
lee than seven years on the market, anal FLORIDA EAST COAST HOMESEEKER.
ip: Mr. R. A. tinkling continues to supply : $1. EACH
yet it w chosen for the highest poe*ible
our market with plenty of watermelons I clan of artistic work by the foremost mom "'H'.JD I' PIIICE: 2*> nsnI'ER: ANMTM.fcs .
Kg and vegetables of all kinds. 1" anJ women on the ootwvrt stage ach as B.d in (rtt cr'3 -, -tc6e 4p.f. > ) ONCE A MONTH "AMI'LK OOI'Y FUEL':

r w plentiful at 10 rents I RfiftenatK-r, Bnrmtstr, Gal-nloit. 4 lysa tn-tintitetlran.-Optie5t. .tI'lRE,.... .
Huckleberries are
Mm. Birdice Bly lillian Nordica and THC RUDDC1 PUBLISHING' CO.

per quart or three qnarts for 25 cents many others.I I Mutate Br.trr Hi' to.., u. S. A E. V. BLACKMAN, Editor, MIAMI, FLORIDA. t
; Our housewives aw busy canning | Tlwe magnificent productions of the
SMeal f- C..Jt>t1 */ ffftt ft
+ mtkingjam. art of pUno construction an rarrtMl in "a 411...a L.3.i.P.
!Uuvk by tbe Indian River Mn'ic Hon< ., W13.G1JEF
Mr. Cbaa.T. McBride! has tJtt4) his tat Titusulle! Fla., who eel: them on a. -.+..-.-..a.... ... .... c CO.,

c store sa expensive refrigerator in which (equally: as favorable terms as they are Hay (train Fruit I and "
v to keep a good supply of fth meat .disposed cf in the Urjvrt cities north or Staple and Fancy Groceries 'r
,out b. Bar the New Everett, the artistic ,
for all seasons 1 standard of today, and we ate tire you

)(Mm. X. Powney, G. S. oeuker, I that you will have the butt piano pr ,. VEGKT.lIII.f.S Xl'KCUI.iy; ,

: CUode Beacjean and L 1:. Alms have ducts in the world.
T1tuHVillo. I I Florlcln.
": */. been busy with the addition to the Carter I
Gauker is doing Oe
cotta e. Mr. Eoos .... tw r.v.0INt,. Organs. Organs. Organs.
c .. mason work on the building.We .
Islaod trrrice to:Csliioroia aDd TRAu MIMI
were grieved to learn that Mr.Cbas. Pacific northwest this summer permit* DcstGNlCOPTRGNTs Rehired-Slade to and like rw*. i'rse* $'?. Drop c. a rud wficn joe hate

_ Barnes Senders died last Friday at his you to do this. Low round trip rates to &C.Lt work far 05I) do Addrw J M. M. BROCK COCOA, FLORIDA.
N boot of Melbourne .I Los AnctJe, San Fraaciw o, or Portlaed a t ser a atkte oata. .I caul
bocce In lodianol I pier 1f aJC wa tau oesas | jproal dates ia May, June. Jolt \a- ,- .....u.y (-..---
then heartfelt von .....
utend .
fiends t A 1U1II --1 a P
41 gust, September and October libearrangrtneets .tH. ,.......
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"mpMbl to bU bereaved parents anJ for stojvover the ..... ..... a rte .. ....,t : :
amocg .........W1IJIuII& raw
sisters brothers. mountains of Cblonda sad in C&h>>mia -

' Another real estate deal oa hand WeCD -*hl# tripe to the Yettowftot.Tot mi'e, Sckitific. ..Rlltrkal.A. I fjy: General Merchandise -
Writs for Colorado
MK etc. and CsUforcia '- Earall way. L.n..t a... _.
left more about i& next net. books, and Rock Island foMtr.bsjsuaa. John r e _ease ., ..?.im>ijii fnwrr' TWa --- -'

boon Ja not CIA a boom, oertf wa., best I ssecfW.c Manage. Puck i :;i couiJtiar .r evtgttiar"
like laUad iiiWr swanikept t.a 7Li. #
that looks Syatea, Cbicajo.
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1 :," ,, t t1o ,, Tola system, It ts claimed. wOJ
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,.-,..' .'",.<:; ,',:,"tfI('" ,,.;;';i.'Dr.Wll... rrsUWUIti na Drier>,.fonwrly otliee 8e.a.n."-ot .y.-.VIIIQ.li1i' any"other" ',,:.. _'_......__. ., ; LutbaWelsh, the Central High 1L.latit.' school I BUY PAINTS nOlI tilE MANUFACTURER. -;

"1 ': mlTSr ;:recently redo bItltireltelt ...... I4.k1ag ...... pupa In Kansas City Mo. whose appointment
bare IntroduhbD. u a cadet to the Naral acadecy -
addnsisto the taidlal pr tea Scotch
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f of Maryland before Jeating for btu, batty driven by motors says the at Annapolis depends upon his Than to other housein
._ m i New Tort Tribune. Experiments bare ability to attain a height of fire feet any
,peat fa. refius'professor, TJnlTer.Ijftj demonstrated J3a* great advantages of two Inches by June 20, Is now within the World for first class

:N; <*..... of. Oxford,.says;" a BaWmort spe"eUJ neb boats over tailing craft In calm one-tenth of an inch of the coveted high grade, best quality .

'.4"'i" *=i< .to the lfort'-!,UU-*--. Tbetitlof f weather or when the wind la unfarorabe. mark says a Kansas City dispatch. Paints. Sold either ready
,.Ii 'SW&. Dt Oskr'i addrets s wu'"Unity, The Scotch ftshlag fleet comprises His body has been literally stretchedmore

:.:.J'',.> .. 'Pease and Concord--"'to.part. Dr.Osier fully 10,000 boats working at line and than an Inch since .the early part for use or in paste form,

a !:'k" said: net fishing. in addition to 100 or more of January. Professor, Rottwell, to be thinned down ..

.";::;';'!': ti ."I leart:you today In charity- bare steam trawlers. club director, U reponslbe of the Kansas for the City young Athletic man'sgrovrtb. / f XI Buy from the only .

3- "Cried to bum'no sass, tboujb I. max One of the greatest blessings a modest "The stretching was acm paint manufacturing house

$ tare ,mot, an arrow bert and there man can wish for is a goal, reliable set ofbowels. pushed with the aid of a machine. aa the
.' '; 'wakn struck some one la the distance. If you are not tbe happy paw The subject U placed the in country

: eor of ouch an outfit you can greatly im upon .tJ: direct from mills to user.
Jf" -, 'If,so i now ask; his pardon. In a horizontal position.: The
the efficiency of tboee TOO have by
.,, "1 bare strtreo with 'no man for I the judlctoue useof Chamberlain's Stom- body reclines supinely with tbe cm* All other Paint makers

t, ,bare a deep conrlctlon.of the taiefuln each and Liver Tableti: For sale by Id dies relaxed. The operator then ap- depend on dealers for the sale of their paints.

!: :, ....,of strife and Its utter Qseiesssess.: Crow Pharmacy Piles 4 slight pressure to the legs. 1.
That means one heavy and one profit that
stretching the body from the hips expense
brethren her to
.sli': ..: 'To you,all. to my ,
it.:', you-echo labor la a great field In the THINGS THEATRICAL: downward. A like force U then ap- we cut out of our business. )

z ':, counties doing a .great work for swanreturns W. EL 'new 1 Is called "AnAmerican out plied the to the upper bead part and of shoulders the body.pulling! \\'e sell direct to the man that uses paint.

.-:.: and to- yon who engage bribe Lon" Welsh was appointed to Annapolis You may think that you an do as well as we could t

?r:" cpecial branches of the profession 1I Margaret Wycberij was flatteringly by Congressman Cowherd but be war do for you, if you should try to buy a certain brand of 1

.; ._' lea,. to you the greatest of all things' rect'lred in New York in Veats plays. below the required height.! This le
that well direct from the
;:: cbartty.It paint you thought of manu
Charles IticLruan and Annie Irish are must make up before the entrance examination
: Ia'DO" time that the homeopathic starring with the AIvlu stork company in June. facturer. But you would make a mistake. I

3. brethren, were coming Into the fold. Itt' in Pitt&burg.Tb The manufacturer might take your money and sell !
f Is now long pUt the time when a dif "
old of "Charlotte Temple Whooping Cuagh.
ference' In drugs should separate ,men story you the paint but he would take care to 'ou as
,, eater wblcL our eramluiotbcrs shed so "In the of 1901 uiy childen had dealer. "
< ,. ". with, the same hope. Tbe homeopaths many tears has tMfu dramatized. vhouping (spring'UU h.N1)'S Mrs. D. W. Cupps, much for the p:1intas if you bought it from a lie

are awake bat they must realize the Sarah Bemhanlt will play this sea- ofCaw*, \la' "I used CharoherUinV would on that extra profit, to "protect the dealer". ,
anomaly of their position. The original with the put
Cough Remedy mo satisfactory
son's London engagement at the Coronet \\ have salesmen increase the
.r Quarrel It ours, but they should not allow result I think this u the bet rcmfdr e no or agents to cost .
theater about the third week of
themselves to'.be separated by a 1 I have ever eeen for wltoopinK cougit of our'paints to the consumer.
etlbboleth that Is inconsistent with June. This remedy keeps! the cough )louse, lessens
',. their practice today, And the rent In Adele, Rich tbe Iloston society girl the bevrrity and frequency of the \\ e quote to the man that uses the paint the lowest

who appeared last season In Ui)'SOu' coughing ? *ll8 ant counteracts any teotinner and best
: the robe of Aesculapius Is more frier- } price, reserving no margin to protect agents.
company In "Itauson's Folly"baa to*aril pneumonia. For sale by
OUt to this country than elsewhere bathe been engaged by Henry B. Harris Red Cross Pharmacy. We pay freight.We .

Y Y world. for the company to support T. Daniel gladly advise our customers about paints.
-Like the church the physician has
;, three enemies-namely, ignorance Frawley.Mixs Of Two 6stremea. Write for sample cards and paint advice, and blanks:
Jane Rivers who has been appearing Th glggler better than the man
r :, which 1s the sin; apathy which Is the with Robert leson. has been Who nvrr laughs a bit. showing how to measure houses to show the quantity)" of

world, and rice, which la the dulL To laugh at nothing' better than
; released by Mr. Harris that she might To worry O'nIt.. paint required.Ask .
;4s. This willful and helpless Ignorance of
accept an engagement as a leading woman Catholic Sur.dard and Tune
: be people must be righted by the in the stock company at Keith'stheater any first class bushes boast or any bank in New Orleans, vr

:weapon>a of,the tongue Providence. Peace and War. the mercantile agencies if we are responsible, I' 1
tm -
'The most dangerous foe Is apathy. -
Miss Maud Mills who playa( the role "You don't favor Mt-klug Itf'sre at
Tblrty-nre per cent of deaths In a community ?" R. McWHIiams Limited.
S of one of the "Nonlland" girls in "It any price I
are due to apathy, which goes "
"No answered the Russian official
In Nonlland Is a niece of .
fo counterbalance the advance of medicine Happened tJ Store and Offices, 342 Camp Street. j
"our Policy now U war regardless of
the late Roger Q. Mills of Texas author I
to the last century. What advantage Factories, 1139,1137,1139, IHI South Front 5treet. j .
of the Mills bill famous in national expense.
Is there to prosperity when the New Orleans, Louisiana i I
r', ." mat'adnntap legislation years ago. teaolae.
eomtorta of life are not enjoyed Strictly
ESTABLISHED 1893. The oldest paint tnanufactunn h *;"c to continuous :
bas the little red school- Most of the paU-nt inniicine tctiraonials .
: ; MUM when to many of the, most Im Tlise Tried and Merit Fro en. are probably genuine. The foi- successful operation under one management, south of Louisville:

'''' portant relations'of life we bare failed One Minute Cough Cure is right on losing notice recently appeared in the or St. Louis.Florida. I!
time when it comes to curing coughs!, tibbe "J eTa
Atchinson (Kim : ? kta
to make use of our knowledge? Against )
It is 1.-
whooping coughs, eta per
' :5J: vice we bare to wage Incessant warfare croup fcctir liarmlrw, pleasant n take and istltechildren'efavoriwcougheyluP. well Wichita known and Klowa engineer, lately, running appeared in a .. ... _:.::.. .'....' ,,*......' .
advlalng the young against the Sold
and when I.e ,,
hill one, with a picture, 'a.Ii *
and Ctuu. ..Campbell, Melbourne tBAS'E i it. He says he had terrific Iainlllll his

.' A. A..I1. nr. n..r..e.t. stomach, and thought he had cancer

The municipal authorities of Vienna HITS. Ilia druggist recommende-l Kntiol and h** East Coast

bare determined to abandon the use of ears it cured him. lip recommended i U Railway.Local
Horses to draw their fire apparatus and Napoleon tajoie has been a sufferer w others, who were also! cured. KodolI

to equip their CTlce entirely on an automobile with grip this spring. Watch him bat >yi![>epi ia Cure digtet! what you eat and
cure-f all stomach troubles. Ja.-t a8 Hire- Time Card No. 62. In Effect April 11 1905.
:: basis, says Harper's Weekly. just the same.Virginia shines fnrnadlan ,
the t *
Iy as your >
The Vienna firs department is considered college claims the first triple
back to its originally condition
the best equipped of continental play of the season.' It was made against brought and life sweetened by this pure lasting SOUTH.IOUJl&-IUD COW. ORTM-aouio-tua. !>> ir.Trains .
-- -- --
' Europe and within ten years It has replaced the WasblngtanH. and truly the greatest Jigotant know n. $1lN.' I .I I t e: --1

4 all obsolete apparatus with the Walter Clarkson's pitching suit Jrif- Sold by lie.1 Cross I'harmaoy, Ian Gallic N. STATION N.

t; "mOlt modern and useful derives. The fifth. Besides, the ex-Harvard lad Is I Pharmacy, and Chas. F. Campbell, Mel Dur'l 0.11"I I CIII,. OaU,.

tx, first step taken was the ordering otift1.three batting very well I bourne. a 0a LrlOTp ..._..,.?....JvitcRftn*.... ....- U I-"p; IM4
: 9414lSpl4ea H .._....110. hcluu 'III._...__ Lfl 5sIaa
: motor chemical engines and Duke Farrell, the veteran backstop For Our lity Yp.r*. ...___ at. Augottina _..._ I Hp 1494
! ._: wagons, to replace those prerlously got tour safe bits in a recent game, a a p u 11 a .. ...__. ..... Hating ._ ." 'JI p 111LaiFaleua
drawn by horses and which are most driving in three rung.Ijichance Mrs Winslowg .Soothing Syrup habeen 1 10 PIli '-11 h. ....__ : ? ...._ "t | 121s

fv? twfal for dealing with small Ores.i Boston owl for over mtv ears by liillions T JiplJlip Ar ...... ..... .. UUUt ..._..__ Slap 1004
When this has been the seems to be giving the of mothers for their chil'W-n w bile teething S 4J pill II *. Lr ..,... ___. .Iahl .....__ _. L'I' l 00.p Ills
w accomplished
American chanceto 98 .
management no with Jlt'rf"eI11'n.'. It sootlieg the
i 7 -r---! : .. ... .. .. ..._... .._. ..
B'Xe drawn steam fire e&gines and the SU f 1 00 |> Ar .l aD1&u'4.. Lfii Illy W
supersede him on first base. Child, softens the giiiitp, allay alt pain, LT ...__. .__ .. ...n it flew ... .... ..,.. S 31 p 1M4t C
c extension ladders will be changed or Manager Jimmy Collins says that Duress sint ClJlk. and is i the bit remedy a -

replaced in some way not as yet deter.mined. for dmrrhoe It will relieve.. itisorlitdesutfrrrrimm'tliatrly tbp1333pLr..._......... .. !I.n:. ,.. ISI111p M4IM4 _-
more than ever the position! of a baseball .. ... .. ... .. H I
99and II 03 p 12: 41 p '_ ._ Jlru.L..I: .. .. i 3 11 P R
.i: It is claimed that Increased efficiency team depends upon Its pitchers. Sold hy drug- 810rn'% p .... ... .._... .JIIII.I\L. .... f 1.l1p( l 2fa h
:T will follow the Innovation gistsineveryparseftheaorf.1. Twentyfive r ilpi t V 4pw ._.,._. Ouu-i.4 .. .. .. .. 1.10"1.131
Jake Stahi of the Washington Americana cents a tmttle IV t-uie and a-k for 9 Wi 13s p, to " r* ..... .. I a 1Ie"1 4 4l4 "V
I while there will be a saring of some .. j .
: ..... .. J w 414.J .
I tlm..t'll'll the a el p mp" part O'Hlf CI
sets as '
'5 modestly and .
$16.300: per annum In the cost of main "Mrs. Window's Siolhiii : Syrup, i2lp3tSpAr....._. .. S.. hDyru. :.tpl11/( .
; minimum limit for building up a winning .h<>r k'nd. .
tit' noo
1 taming the stations for which the fiftyhrv team. JO J4 I 4. pAr| ...?......_. Lai. ll*>* Tr l4> p'' 4 Mp 2.t
+i T sets of apparatus bare been or- Trains 10 ,. IS., .. ... .__Oi.rt.. Ol; .. sup 1s11
: Iml. The outlay will I* about $.1.I ..,- McGinnlty thinks the Cincinnati; )Q / ai' to p; .-Oi4 .C* Cllf JumJ IIn I33.p (1 Jf> n

; OOi). will be the hardest team that the GIants I. t /'iSP1 is p!! LT ... ......_. e. ;;;;;;;TM L' ,;i. Uia fI-
, -, will\ have to teat this year. Other ...... ".411!'" to j ip ....._ .._.l>*k Hill t M p M ft
! ... __ .._ 1 31 4 .
10 '* 3 JtJ Ar .TI'U" Up
I baseball hate r.kewne: ::: f p1;
:; '. men a leaning 3o
i :;. ) ... Wark !. "ere. _. --
; : : ". The London Times Peking corre- IDE D131 o .00 .._...j iAr..,._,___. _a.oi::;.j---: : Tr it-; ,t W I
IWt let the children suffer. If they ,....._._,10 00 a'Lr ....,_ ... .-S..tntd 4r -. ._... a fIG.1 .
i I oudent.. rbiting Korea. telegrai-hs .
! from Seoul that the country la l undergoing are fretful, peevish and cross, give them Cnrs ;;--1-!0 >Jf.| 170: p' Lr ,..._ .__ Tlta.rnle T t <1'1' iue a S
Hollis.u-r'8! Rocky Mountain Tea. The 'U !. pl! Hit po __........ d..-. a. 13 14 p 319. !1
l ,-, a wonderful transformation. I hest baby tonic known Strength and MEDICINEfoR .II J} |.. I1.3p ..._..... .E.. et".ida. . .... ,II -I' 1 14ft glIUJ116UP'
: ';" Tbe reforms that the Japanese hare ;: ._ ... ..._1..0.1>1._.. HUe I 44ft *
I -altb follow its use. 'LS cent .tsk ( :iijc* .' /alpl ......Mit..nrae. .. .. II t' 1 '4ftII 5
i! ; .' already effected" the correspondent your drnggist. .12 51 al' i JT p .........?_..-b't.u\i&A _.. .._ .... 04 a 11 Ilk CA
j says, Msre unmixed' btosslnn to the I I i 1 35iia al, 6 9 P( ".._..._ M Lu1 1' |la I300
o' !. J : I 451- ... ...._ .....f>.rt H't> e .. ,III l" II Upii pJ
t 't : people but are causing dismay to the .4 ltr..o. r..tor.I 319.1144'p'' .TtbrmAa. a a. np pI
+ I .. ..".'....h._. . ....... .. t )1a n i.
t :> aDd bis corrupt court The I The mla'.strr in a NurfoUillase : .Jr.It:1DJ! ) WOMEN 2.n *! 7 iap, ti *
. .. I 2 2.1117 P. .. .. _. .. _Jr.,....,. ... 9 ,I Sit it .fie.. ,
t : emperor 1s cruelly disillusioned but i the other Sunday found that 2 Jhi' 11 y .. _...? 'Start .. ...._ ? l 11 a,1l (4
: J"..-' still bope for the ultimate success of only two of bis: :."*) parishioners hu Jj 3OAall i p1 ....._.. Htda.ahd ... 41ft MMp aMl
1 t BuffetSleeping 3 21 f ,' I 14 H ,.,.___ w.Japisr 34 .,I4 It p
tired P.
anJ out
1I ;' ., .. tuu1an power. The conduct of the j t come to turvtaii:. He pronpti: > to;k a If TOO are nervous I /W.' i M p1' ...._W.atFum a.a-P .. 4. S4p
; (2 : 1'11411" has been exemplary. deter tell! and rang: :t in front tiC every ooctuualy. you cooii have no I I3.' IMp, .-.. ,.- R'jrr.V'ti ... ; Yd..' t 14 V
: I clearer .&muF.of the approach Buffet 1s3&! 9 M p _.._.. ?_.. .IwI'.J ,. la. 1 WI r:
: _-- t>?Cnnt hare Koreans earned such bou+e. threatening future punlbinent of wrioQ fema I : U1 mil lip '. ft.i..l.rd.e11st: ) / ;;
: :-; wgea. Civilian Japanese are pouring for the inmates his chnnii war sooo e safer 111 a 10 p, H ., ..._._.._._ beau ..- ... ; 515.;" iMiIft f
wait until .
; not unbearable a
you 1 1 i* a 10 Up .... ... J.II.+<1AI" .. t44f
::1. into the country and It Is estimated tmt"lt. pain before 1.00 seek treat ). a UG1p. ...-.. ., torn a. ii, ..... tt3/.1t19) 9t
: L that they number OO.ftfO. Already therein ment. 'i ou need V iae of tVdoi I JI a11.; lip Ar .. .__ .u.. ,_ 7f.a1{ .. ._ ..... ._ IKftjTMp\ 5

.c;:;: : a practically uninterrupted chain of I -.r..I.. (".aar.s.e.. now just M much ai if the trouble r.u, -,! --- ----j- ....,

, r i.. Jsjune settlements frv>ai F nun to The name of the lawmaking power (n were more reloji and the tor Eiban. I MOUf TI0 IITINIION I I II. l

, -1 the Yalu. Railway extension and other .. gIt.D'1 Ie th* p trllauwr.t. In France: ttroDi riai rf dUordewd; rnen. I 1IMf i
the In the reich- itruaUon, tearing down pauu,
w s.' improrements bare made remarkable assembly Germany IIln.l. S irA f ;
. ,- tat. ia Holland the *taft"'* eeoeral t& leooorrhoea, Iv-kafte and Dead, e o..a : _.Jl .al...,.vl. (.y. 3 e1
ff j-rogrr Most of the foreign advisers driving to tM
ache nn- !
.. Spain the cort_. In c awry the Umei wen you '
. tare left the and been -
country sueTb failing relief tbt\\ ne of CniaiLai -
f;: i and in Ivnnsrk the laull-thin.: at. U III. 21 III, 19 U. 17 Kt.ll ".. e34sa ... ,:
etrdd by Japanese.a Iroofht bus LWj of thousands ., 1t !
' Osa, 0 ..: I %. Op.n Letter.From of women and will Ming TOO. I L I. 0*!|J{ Otff | CMf E 91.a, : 0.11) e..I,. eu. ;t31e. J '

> ": : ...t1 1.1_ .'.1.... Wine d Cardd will drift oct '' 4 U 200P Mft tODftLr .,. Jvtv..tifs A"
'r pi -
> i 990.IA1a111/ /lie
the Cbapin. e. CN>*': Earle aH trace of weakness: and banish _._ .
h wireless telegraph system la- 101 llpJ30tp: a Mat" ir a .hc..lyUj. L. 113. II 11.1 1 M 5 M .. t. ;
I < in the fpriii my wife and I were taken nervous rpdU, heads;:a and tack 113 1 .1 po 1 w P !O 10. 129.. _._h' 11oo. b 'Wallll"! (II j p .
,<':... ",0 rented by Fathrr J*> , t- ? tested between UTlkwMrrf. rs, aadirracton. loo lilp 3mp1e1)a1LAa S"rr '!. : 1M..110a.. / Ylie
pains that .e cal'ml a J.h'un.0.<> pnsrjibftl > from qakkfr d*f elof ing icto t '
3:_ Pa. rev -nU7. and the ftr tsse for os, but his mediauM ts'-",)l to peroci troubles ttat will U hArd
'',. $sag "Socrw to tb. InTenior." J giv* any relief A friend .bit h, I A to check. S<D OCUDDiTiL STEAHSfllP CON EailJiS AT HUH

vas snctvufuily sent and rM-eirei I tattle orChaUlt*r :n. Colic. Cholera >n.I Wine d. Cudui today. U your i '

,- sill a Wl-kwUrre dispatch to theNew Di&rttiOt'S Remedy on ban=d. pave s-aeh of deter don not keep It, strd te 51111I.\111' "f-- ,
I Clue imt5s MAde il Mi! .l .lti P t 0. S. 1 Clay Fsf
the Laiel' .
TorV Tribune. ra *r ilargi j ns a do e Jnnl treat on !JI procured a buttle and te)r* a.irtg tf. D;t.. Tie ChaUinrjofa >I-dJaz
jAys the test was moat utUfactory HAVANA AND KEY WEST.
and j witire conUfrU we were entirely 't1F1'1' Chatlaao"ga, Tr.E., sad the t
that when a few minor adjust.. i It ll'tI"OOtkrleol remedy and ff>oa!.i be BK Seise via be sent you. ,.
ttat. are made h* will tfve a mu.. ...
in hol.i II C.
f.mod hoo .il..y. I
; every Tiri. TtS Taa aM 9 t!. u.rr.a. 4t wUlh trait.
: car trery..rrt t4 rttee ssial a. .
". formal del nstratl.n. 1.-.e irxp-ove- niitrr. TbU remedy i* for sa> at Fwd trod u.aUQu.. Cat tdslr a.n1n1 ... 4e.4l1v. a& ta.Oor .....s Ie net a
melt OTCT otter systems Is that ta- Croat Pharmacy. WMEsfOARDVi a..r is ail CoraIU' &oJ k t.3 res..ct.ilw t it.y 4. p ar WI mr e.g9a w.aril ai IE.rk3o.. l

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;NEW YORK FASHIONSPattern e j :'

:.5. For Lady's French Combination Chemise IOASTOR1A ;* !?D 5

= ARE, CORNFIELDS GOLD FIELDS and Drawers by Martha Dean-No. 6215 ,

the- .' To moat women linftrie to the mo.t interesting a.9'O" ])ttpl,
to: farmer who; .
wb under.ataads
of aU >ubj.ctft. Indeed most of "p- For Infants and Children.. .
bow feed then. gladly saerUh their ..
.** '. ,,to. his eatsttt garmeoti '
?r < w to bat a few pte *s of aice Un- : >F=
crops,, Fertilizers for Com i gene, for sometew datetjr. well mad and .fA = t The Kind You Have ;; _

Mfc mtut,'contain at, kast 7 w0 fitting vadenrtar data hart a gnat led > f
: deal to 4. with making a girt appear weD n
per cent.icttulPotash groomed and well dr uei. It to apparent ,- ,
Always Bought
to every on* that vita the present fashion t

of run skirts there must b* no fullness A\cQfla ePrcpartontrAssllm i
4,' O'U' the hips and to secure the BKxUaX
"; dti11 19eFoodistl ,
,;& clinging effect of rows the corset cover Doff
Bears theSignature
t)j, :.; and cad rfanD.nta must pou.M perfect
.. Send for'our books-they ,1 -$ style and fit. The latest Uajtrta Importation
tell why Potash is necessary j which show the one piece garment CMILDRTNProaxfes /W1t1' I
to plant life a* saa and rain
; are laettiag with instant favor among ._
sent:free, if yon, uk. Write fashionable women. The garment to cut
x t todiy.a *oa the newest line and to entirely differ DtgestioivCheetful- t

GERMAN' KAU WORKS eat from anything we have had before. ness andRe ootains ndthcrOraum of y 1

.: t New Y.rk-3 NM M Street w 14 The corset cover to la ene piece with very Morphine nor Mineral t
| .ta, *-" Swill Bn.4 Sty. little fullness at the front and perfectly NOTNAHCOTIC. {

r smooth Cuing at the back. Additional
cD: breadth to given the bust by the frrlf11 M ,

/ which nuy or may not be ustd. The corset tJirq
cyrrdaifs4Nu1fA zaM
DAMES AND DAUGHTERS. 'flu i ( corer to in pointed neck Use. TIM

drawers, .hlcb are.attached to the lower t91f.1'i :

One oZ the recently elected officer of put of the chemise or corset cover art a
r lie French Academy b Frauklu Sd ill& la circular style. They are shaped so that .a 1 InUse I -
darts and little I "" ..
I DO are necessary very
-4 mesas, pn ldent of the German TeachIn' a Ji.I.t. '..
fullness at the back. They are finished '
/l M.l.
association In France.
by a deep frill and the whole effect I. that .
Mrs. Taft Is, au exceedingly tttrac- of a short circular skirt. Ornamentationmay _n I

.tire woman slender as a girl with be very .tapl" or the entire gar-
a; ,clear 'skin and soft light brown hair meat may be made up of Insets of lace. A Remedy for Constipa
; She Is the The style is equally food whether much tion Sour Sk>machD 4rtb5ea,
youugest of the cabinet little is in fashioning the gar
or spent
11' wCottvtds nsFe
x boete& ell. ments. Sues J: to N Inches bust measure. F oTacSinl1e r OverThirty
'Mrs. cess and LOSS OF SLUR
Balltngton Booth It asking 2.000 DIRECTIONS FOR ORDERING _

men to pledge themselves for fl a lend II cents to this office, rive number this pattern. No. &:it and state size Signature of
I. month each for one year to be devoted desired. It will then be sent to you by man postpaid. Be sure to write plaMy and f
$: to the forwarding of her rescue work always give fall .djr...*.Several days must b* allowed for delivery of pattern. I' GtZ'v. Years

;1t among couvicU and ex-convicts. ------------- .. NEW YORK. f
'- ----- -- r
Baroueea Burdett-Couttr, the worl+l's CHURCH AND CLERGY.
.greatest woman philanthropic, who has population.: Wet CJreenwlcb has a pop- ..IPAThDIAf.ACT .
ul.tUon of WO and a senator Providence
4 ,liven away abuut fAOUUiuu. nearly has one representative In the Disciples wf Cbrlt received a bequestof D

k'- All her possessions, on April 21 celebrated $2U\UiU: for their College of the IUble -
wmate and a population of about fit JXW. ,
her nlnety-iiecoud birthday. ( at Lexington, Ky. I COPYOy'+r'AAPPCd. UflU U Hill
Frauleln Johanna Mcstorf, director OeorgeS. has
Uer Vr. Bishop Just trw.s
Colorado outrank all other states in ,.
..... ..._
of the Museum of National Antiquities of ct.raaa c. rtrr"
celebrated thirty years a mot .,
per capita wealtfi. Colorado has the --. :.:-' _.t. _
: ;
at Kiel! Germany baa the
wou golj Further distinction that most of It* sucv(sful pastorate of the First Refonne w
medal for sclcntlflc achievement which Its rant fortunes were made within

U annually offered by Kaiser Wllhetru.Mr boundaries, not alone in mining but lUtbl .\. J'< Messing of Montgomery, ____ --_, __ .. .. ___ __ .._ ,_u __ __ __ _
*. Joseph It. Hawley, widow of In the cattle Industry In realty, speculation Ala, is to preach the commencement "

General Hawley, has deposited with In fruit sugar beet culture sermon at the TuskeRi** institute on HODGES & O'HARA

the Connecticut Historical uclety a potato farming arid in manufacturing Sunday, May 21. l)r. C T. Walker of ,

large uumtier of relic of her husband. and other mercantile pursuits. Augusta (:a., is to deliver the annual Bl'FFAM PLVrr, flA.,

Including memento of the civil war commencement addrr&L DE.4LEES IS AND MANTFACTURECS OF

i--- and gift from foreign: governments. TRAIN AND TRACK. The Her J. L. Bates, father of former

&: Mrs. Annie M. Welghtinan Walker, Governor John L. Bates of Mas acLuMtU YELLOW PINE AND CYPRESS LUMBER.

r helm of the Welghtmau fortune of Hallways of tbe United States em- has just bet-n reassigned to '

'$ about $:X.COO.rj00 b lIaM to be Ih fug in ploy an array of 1,500,000 men. the Meridian Street Methodist Episcopal Fruit and Vegetable Oxato> a.

tear of poison and at her apartmruu A new car with an aluminium top church of East Boston where be itiouU-s furnished for complete; hills of LomUr.t)be delivr rid at any point on Fact C **i.

in a New York hotel has aurrvuud bu been designed for tbe Boston elevated has lien pastor for twenty-one years. -, ,

herself with detectives to foil any effort road for Its tunnel traffic and Ket. Frederick Bender for more than

A of her enemies to reach her. fifty of thee cars will be built.A fifty years a priest In the Catholic John Stetson UniversityDE

M Miss Jessie B. Hunter, a graduate of movement Is on toot In the Brotherhood church, will erect a church structure at

,the 'Glasgow university, baa t'e tu ibo- of Trainmen to have the Home a cost of $100.000 In Colorado Spring LAND FLA

2 wen out of SfUt'U appllcanu for the For Disabled Railway Men now at father Bender worth over II.UAI.IIUI),

post of n*lstnnt medliTil offlitT of the Highland; Park. Ill, moved Alameda .derived through real estate Invest- Affiliated With The University of Chicago

Bracobrldge (Lincolnshire.: Eu;:laud) lunatic CaL i menls.Liilioiu.
the county, CUll Kli; ut" LIHKIUI, .\iT- -Th "t&olhr.lure tbiRe of the rnlHh ttr "r ('bii.a.
asjluui. She bas uccupUil In a paper read at a recent meetingof i Bill was prttin 1ln8tf'tt tetMio'a'. graduates noire their dtprrfs from both Mristin and fhirago
pobltlou at a private asylum Ui Lincolnshire And his Will ninthly crated.
'# the Tramways and Light Railways tongue C/ILLE/iEorLtW-ira4ustesof thlaidlegeareadtuttrdto pn..i l'I1I.a.! iu H>ri f luce 11XCCURRENT: association the cost of building electric Patent"tlnl"Io"1H.nldn'l cnn him, without uawinatwo.ULLtfa .
dimpaniec would not in.urr him.
street railways In England per mile ( : elf T.tIlSOI"O\-11 ballka:, l ifil. Dwtrkal! tnliuf't'rlolC bnu.1
All bi frien-i!
T COMMENT. stated from were Imdly frightened, Training! ('Ou..lf'&It ng to dl'Jftfl Fine new tuilJiag. nty! eguipau uL
single line, was to range
Hut their epinte t*on .erv lightrru-il
( iiil,LXiK or ttc*+IiEp nktng in all lU bniurU.: Iinuk'kttping l.y tend n.tttlt.ttiY halt,
H.X)() to it.( )") (I1D.-W7 to $29,200). For Bill f aid-an.I they. Ltj"t'll hln.
t A few rcMjnatiwa-i In the right places ( rvanwM oii in other Ik-partaunttt Large Fatuity and c waiivnll bullilin.
Early liifft pills! r..lit'n..1! him
doubly urt'Xn' .- \It \TUU" ALAI:g1-- make Insurance
would Ilu' Weather file*. 'ne fariwn< little pills! F.arly't'l1'.
Cornell Mi(hif": ri. ("bll"'"ao.l all firct clan CulirgnL .
York World. cure con -
lVr+oni! afflicted with piles should be >OKH I. \SU i'KITIfE'UI4N)1.-1 Kiuderjertrglaitsowntwildiug. 'l'rhUAQ
: cities are ready tlJ !I, t'l\, by their tonic.ff.t on tl.i luerTh ,
a, At vat sc\cn careful at this 8t"a.'otm of the year. Hot newer and (irenimarScb.adin5rparatebuilding.! This Srhuol mUUr |."j>4rT. Public h remains of John Paul Jont'l.'hka6o gripe orsiiktn, but impart
claim the "
weather and bad drinking water cnn
-( Tribune. tritala to the conditions which make early rising energy. Uood for cliihlroj Ml MC hCHOOI% fltf.iM'.00{,!{,<. org D. a damn |.i"'n'.II'J'iI. rtf botl-ltKf, large fmttltjthoroagb
adults. Nild the Reel Crow Thar
conrv* of*tn<5y,
decided to IV-
has and
i. The army general staff piles more painfnl dangerous. maev. Eau Oalhe Pharmacy, and LLa*.
retain th- bayonet as part of the armament Witt's Witch hare} valve flops the pain, F' l'tuoplit"lI"Jl Alit "SII4NI.-Newetndrn. (,/.ty! wU l&\rt t!<-.
soldier. May the drags out the eorenetw and cnrt. itet Mrltnnrne.ySISTERLY Stetson hue faculty: of 'Ii tW.-.or and ituitruttur*. They t+."1 dcjrnfrt>u the Uni-
of American the genuine, bearinz the name of E. C verity of('bi(.. 1J, H.rv rJ. 1=ale. ItartJuooth.: MaoiMa t'nivrmity nf IVci.nTlraDU, liryuM
time be long before be U called upon VWitt A C). SoM by the Rest 1 Crop- CITIES. wr. RurkDril, ("p iffrwty of Mirh'ipin, iJfnoinon sued rflifr r iivfr iti*a. .ttot'", aro* r(3iRi
k: a to use 1C;-Concord Menitur.T l Pharmacy Fan Gallic Pharmacy, and ,('.'(sin buiMinz and r |ait>mrot; seedy qnartrr tuillion dollar<& -fct;aD cwiow-
run get td library of otrr 13.1"0 voluuif, liriotiful ttnapri l with o.Ujr! furb 6bllJlr' u.cudins tai.J!
When we reject thatH' Chaa. F. Campl ell, Melbourne. Chicago vote for municipal ownership JI&! -a "hid..... Toil lumiinzt. a iIO.OllO W)}.ifrarawaaymaxetuufwithnwpIeteappuatue;
rleh-qukk men toward the penitentiary of street railway tines but Chlca In rorl-Mil nthlrtie fi 'M. running track< trnnismurtcs ti-ll) dl. w.J and gridiron, W-

anti elevate frauthite grabbers gj !ld.tomll"ti the thing she totes for. \i R Illl.w to .tp.toKlae.RklnnerI Urge UWitorH f., dtrmixtry. IbvMr ant Btok. Mural
of statesmen we are bound -.New York World : rUcterKilogy. Miiieroluf j.
to the rank are understand you toM till lame museums In.t M"'S.. tl"'trl ttgbta tl.-c1r1C belle! Uam brat. mrot walk& sbtlt in..b.
c to atltnlt that social distinctions that I wouldn't steal a mlbot !'tove.iffbangSo Since itt Sunday closing law went Into band Iff-BUriI" lieu -' too delicate for us.- Fltuburg IK- I did but If It Isn't true enforcement some of tfc<' |apn ttudrnts' ..tnbe; ti.r Irrtiircnxinr*; Cbrutuo and not Mra """'":IIg. The W..tHm It
; have been calling (It "$1lnt I..oUII- twautifullnJ) bf'Altbfallnd the eiprnvc are lowtfMrnatitl .
patrb.A !
I'm willing to apologiie.Detroit Tnbnne. '
horrible For fatal"" .11'1. information. addreas tb* 1'rrM'iel.t
great naval battle U more l'blladf'll
than one ou Und la the InS! cham III vitally! Interested In the en LINCOLN 1111.1.1'f": Ph. I) l) 'Lan.v FlaSBAI3DARD
the borrlbU -
of escape of the hurvlvor forcernt-nt of the pure tOlal Uw. MJ

plight of uuuy who work their the Unoton II era!M What'r! they
.r- below d<<".'b. 5
heroic day and nlgMi adulterating 4'3ndf'W York Her
The real hcrws are the men U-hlnd theflrw.Gavstou ald.

r- Dally ---
LAW POINTS. Will overcome Ind'g ctioo and drepep-

I eta, Tjnlste; the 1>0'11'1'1anti rnrr liver and

Where one who wa* agent for the kidney cnmplaint. It t. the U-ft him ..f-=: =TI: : E.\- I..T. ..f- :.
another allo,,el them enricbf'r and inviforator in the world It
ute of coW.Ir
with his own stock of is purely VfUliir, prf tlv artni* -FOIi-
to be mixed oath an i fhrmKl you r* a rcnVrer from .li_-s**>
' goods and then gate a mv>rtgage TOO<< will n"* "If ,()!J.r..Iot". UN

entire tock the mortpap* ohtain' :Andrew, t'dtor! and manager of the Coco Savannah, Columbia Southern Pines,

ed DO letter title than the mortgagor and liockWjNew fl. C',,"a. FaWPK .

had. (X. C 47 SE.. IU>p. .> *: "I Dare e.l Tear Jlt'fblfif' in

Where<< the conlge of prosy. Is my firmly an-1 find it'- mgt cxoiVntrx Richmond Washington, Baltimore.
iicJn1 Its enWt ..if fate
to **me tn npttent : < nj )n my
damaged by to maintain an *cUoa f hem a marked l.rtt xi-! tr Red Philadelphia. New York.
be I Inrvlatioo Otws PharmACY and Kq: 'i.iir! 1"u.
tor breach of duty on Us part 1 mar!. Fin Gallic.'CASTOR! .
to the conslgom'Ct. thoogn
the tvatract of A1Trt"IIhtmfDtl'U [Wit KI.K'T\- lull\ "

s mad* with the consignor S. W.
Tor your Proiectloii i IA
by 10<<:.)

;> IB &a acUott for the breach bardeo of to contract oa the we plus th4 foN-l: on rTerypackagc For hfull"4 Children. SEABOARD EXPRESS SEABOARD MAIL

9t ecp\o1IDflat of Scott' Km-Uion. ,
and more Tbd M! Yea HITS
to thow that other Allays BAlli"
; titan that tot The wa" ith a 1:, hon bU backU

tfrttabfe employment fnpplln fur tradc-utark, and It i* ajjuarante Bars the
wtkfa the employee to fact that Scott'a Emu :\1' I1HkS LLMAS t-lnr\Jt.\ '
had ba
w a, <<'dtr tD reduce the damages 8i start of .
hire tiuav III do all that b clalmnl
a= tfttnd and declined of
better for IOB ,
for It. Nothlajj ; -- '
Dafuttad.. ,dti N. E..I1) ONLY LXNEO
throat or bronchial) tnmtlcs la I HOCUSTtRSReeky

STATE LINES. Infant or n Jult. St tt'* Im"Jl Mountain Tea Nuggets t perata l Duly Th.I\ih !fehera from 14 k.nV1: "I tier OUu.

.ion U aocvf the crrntwtbeikknt de.h. a Buy K-fiAM fcr fety rwpth'I ..

state.Ibi known to the medical Giles ** .*l K_.. i f\rw.
F; fwa4a... to b. a wide Opel vtrut'k1.we. f-". Qmwla fitM t.owpI 1.:.. For fill informAtion and t'r r r muoci call on any rratJard a jnt, or ..
lefHHtar repealed f"1Jrwtrtt- Fir Trftbld, ., II ptrt writ to F
aDd nqDOt' Uw oa ta* .4 r- a aaagie Iiw.scan' ar tb. ea.wss aoa<..tecb.aa '
tlu,faablla t9ar2arbra trs Lxay mama 1'106 in tab A. 0. )f.\COOSELL. fe. C. YLWO.Y, Jr., <
s book IOIIE. NI a.w r.ert oaj PieceS ki farm, as rvct a hot GWUM tBd by \ Gecerai Paraengtt.kgeat. f taaftl" tat.
IB Ifcodt bland ash torn tat dO Batt+.rsa Pets .

.Pet* t senator. DO matter .ut its IGUU IIUGW1 iQ1 uucw PEOPU JACKSONVILLE, FLA



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;: _1.-arr tateann tt DllatRCiQBIra dencra,'ar&lic:aod well kepi fmtht acdpatKaferdepob UXISPUl'ClIlJJ\Pre.. dtllL 1l'.X.JUQ"X,Tb-J'raUuL :
._ e utelegraph WLVsTOXS-EiLLVSIXQ. 4a9ier. :
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il"-: '?': .... ,ail kid .f if Irfaf Offices with accommodating ageste. She

.-'f-' ,: :It.. .JiZ.ra"-il. /;'.I....\t4ieI"ua Bta'- \n many, fine 'tanncfae an excdkstmayor INDIAN RIVER STATE BANKIPOSY. I
:;:z.o- liaeattMlaaeesist. ; \: -- > sad coonolnten. 'Oocoais head
:<:V-:1:: ;0--, :
., .....,;. .=).. ''''''' .. UW'
:-. : :.: qoamra in the winter for, ftDI' and OO = .

-",,;'f,.? "O,.',if' :: _.ItfI."ftIE' fruit icrowers eompaar; aDd IbippiDc rta- J.atbetue4VQ 'W.-

',.;...("'-': "- .7' h .. tioe for Wand points and a telephone line PaM,CapiAvr & .... :-f 1S,000..00 -

,:- i-; ;. spa Brief tow.1rby ,.... will be in operation. jost u oon at equip- { po.i"__' )O.OOI. O :

:. 3.' -:. trIU.N.rr .. men t can be placed-the line are being TRANSACTS A : ,

""._ : l'f .. strung at thta wrUIocAU tbeae are backed 6I18ra1 Banking Business.

-"''''' ''; f1'- .COCOA.WtdJicgbeJ'j ,,., by energetic citizens,.who work to- Largest and Oldest .f '

\ : sea tinkling, tether for good Now, Cocoa needs a re- Bank on the Riw.Exeliange .

?tThe rack around Cocoa are aU i pr'OY" rival of her onetime excellent band, a

.:-, .lift bat Dr. lfagbJtU his been kept-pretty lumber yard'1111 sopplies that the workman Foreign Bought Countries.Patrouac and Sold. on Ail r .

will not have to wait for material OH WHAT CARE I?
.;i'- baa1,of Iate a aPiciaie& Prompt service,

J Arehxkntoo B. F.Brown will hold serIn cannier factory, an lee factory, a brickyard "It'i an inconvenience, it's true, to be potiktratmeetaa3eergtareretw.l.teat ; ,.

WIllI 'Kt) ubcharch,0ooori.oaBan- now that brick are made with clay, burred oat, but I'm s&Sr, a* I've sufficient wiUteoeservativebukiBf. #
if' '
insurance to cover any loss that may ;
novelty works electric lights a bridge ;
;:%.,, _i ., 'daynext.atJCk30t.nuThe be had." Empire Trust (VmpBj. X. Y.. Florid
J.p : : wharf for the IndlaaoU, people across the river and the new railroad. YOUR ORATOR Bank 4 Tresi CoaIPII.T.uoul11t.t"1&*. -
10 All these things would brief more people
yin icon .be eonatrocted and ready for has been carrying his insurance with ai TITUSVILLE FLORIDA. }
here to do the work, these would have tony a
at the foot of WDIard street. for years and this is his first fire. He ,
:$: .! BK' and our merchants would tell more realize that the first fire might come, ___, -____. ___ __. _.. '" ,.. .. '_'_ ._. ____.J
held M,
1i ,r" :; Serricet were at the foodstuff and clothing, more cottage and eo it did.

r feet Bonday,morninR and evening by the would have to be built and the town What happened to him may happen to PENNEY & BRANNING I
t pastor, Rev W. F.AileD. A good eon- increase von. He's safe and will promptly be paid ,
in size
would etc.
o each Beaeioa. for his loss. How ia it with you? Betterlet
'. aaeemWed at
t ,jregatioo I Ue look after. your insurance and do it TITUSVILLE

:3'' Mill Helen Miller, teacher the inlarmediat Sick beadaehejreaults] a disordered cow. % .... ,
Wednesday stomach and ia quickly cured by Cham. MORGAN & WALTON, -
department, berlain's Stomach and Liver Tabfeta. For
"tea ,of last week for Melbourne to visit sale by Red Crow Pharmacy. TrrmotK, FLOBIDA. Fashionable Clothiers

Mr Peek lor a few weeks! be-
her slater, ------- -- -
fore returning to lr borne in Tampa. KOCKLKDOE. A number of oar folks went over to

A fine rain Wednesday. Eau Gallie Saturday to witness the ha'l '
The .colored population bad their an-
Dust emancipation celebration on the Wedding bells will ring in June. game. I' and Gents1 Furnishers.! ,

Mr. Henry Casper l left this week to be
,' point land Saturday. The point was like The ladies' aid society met'with Mrs.

apta. decked beehive from early room W. E. Hall on Thursday to sew. on the boat between Canaveral! and Eau -

till close of day. An- orderly crowd that The Derby mansion is abont completed Gallic The Queen Quality Shoe for ladles Is the

'I had a good time : and work'is progressing on the other new Mr. Albert lathers, of Ean Gallie, is 4 most stylUli and durable In the world. In G

The death of Mr. Barnes Sanders, of. structures.Mto .' puttirg his young grove at this place in addition we keep the famous Edwin Clapp and

"y."" IndianoU, baa east a deep gloom o'efthe! Gertrude MimI has gone to Tennessee fine cnnd'itbop.Why Cros. tt Shoes All high class goods to be

t1.?;. entire-community. The young people of! to spend the vacation with Mix i snfiVr with spring tiredness, mean a. found here. Manhattan Shirts, E. ii W. Collars .

J:; Cocoa reckoned him as one of themselves ; Bessie Grisard. cross feeling, no strength, no appetite _. Stetson and Knox hat .
yt ; and their, hearts beat in deep sympathy Mrs. Frank Hatch and son Robert left Holhster's Rocky Mountain Tea will R. "
mike well and well. 32 --- --
: for the bereaved family. I yon keep yon
: Monday for a visit with G. N. Hatch and
oents tea or your drujfjjirt.GEOKGIANA. .
< : The camping party that "took to dewood' family Christmas, Fia. Anything and eTerjttiog that

week returned all right and
last .
j} .. Mr. Lock hart has taken full
enjoyed the ontinjr especially the you'njrMen. the store. Mr. Douglass U turning his The store enlargement of Mr. Provost men wear yon can hay here.

We didn't learn what "big"game ,. attention to his new possessions. of this place, has changed appearances

the tots brought in, but, without doubt, Messrs. Ronald and Fiske and the indeed. Everything ia more convenientand lUlL CRIERS SPECIALLY SOLICITED, .

}. it waa all "big" that they bagged. Misses Hardee took an outing to Cocoa businesslike! thin in the past. .- ., ___ .. ". _. .. x

Ncmben of Cocoaites are preparing Tor Beach on Saturday,going in Mr. Ronald's Divine services were held at the church SAN MATEO CIGARSHave
f' the Sunday school picnic at City Point onI' swift launch. Sabbath, the 2181 inst., the Rev. J. B.

the 25th. A good tioii is expected. It Hawk officiating. The prayer meetingsare
Mr. and Mrs. II. J. Rotsiter It'l00 Made a I
it still in the future at this writing, bat still fairly well! attended Thursday
r Monday for Oberlin, Ohio. They will)
.m bt a thing. of the past-* day old- go from there to their summer resort evenings of each week. Reputationof f
Y + vbealhia is in print But everybody home at Mackinar, Michigan, in June. Mr. and Mrs. Simmons have left for : Their Own. j

'jways baa a good time at the City Point their northern home in Kenosha Wis. e
Mr. Noice Bristol and sister, Miss Ad. The success of the San Mateo Cigaris

picnic die Brutal, and friend Miss Mary Dai- Our people who go north in summer are one of the greatest triumphscf

.f Pn H. EXvakefield, after his mot ton, who have spent the winter at their very much missed when they all ieta"ay. the East Coast since the freeze.

wecettful school year in Cocoa, baa left .
Palatka. It pleasant home in Rockledge, left on Wednesday Mmlw from thehoict-et ttrowthft of totwmt that the peiifnuuU i.f Florida anal the
for bit mother's near for their home in Hillsdale,N. Y. The church has taken on a much im. Leland ,-f t'uiia can piixldcmid wraprnti with the thh. Mlky leaf grwwii on K*.l

U expressed on every aide that the leach- Mr. Karl E. of Jensen proved appearance since the workmen aNt..S ]>Un(.n, the cigar inn,trv ol the world h near I.ruluea-.I aUtUrartVle.! l
en will all be, returned again next year. arrived have finished the improvements that Fur stole! by all the leading hotels\ and elubu and by the Union Newt G>ruji4ny

A. change of. Mr. J. E. Bettler. Mrs. Bettler is still
Instruction need not mean a change of ladies of this place during the past win Twenty Sizes, Styles and Grades to select from.
detained at Jensen at the bedside of her

.l -. teachers. mother, Mrs. E. W. Schoyler, who is ter. Manufactured by S. W. ROWLEY, San Mateo, Fid.Alabastine .

bV If there it to be a new railroad connecting critically ill. Mr. Joe Bruner. it seems, is busy putting --- -- -- .. -
Indian river with the interior Cocoa
out another wharf for of
;C .hoad! be the terminus on the east, as a Mrs. M. C. Salmon helped along in the winter residents. After a while one there our

k. :. peat deal of the products from the lalendt services Sunday morning by singing a will be enough wharves) accommodateeach Your Walls
bf'aatifollOlo, "The Lord is my Shepherd j
Z from this Boom 'er
shipped: point.
: settler at his home the
! : near way
u an offertory Rev. W. E. Hall "
:. V cp,gentlemen, for with two railroads and indicate 1
such at
present. ALABASTINE produces exquisitely beautiful effevta walls and
V preached an excellent sermon at both on
t' .':;i.: tit* river whattaight not Cocoa's possibil- night and morning services. The sad news reaching us of the death rvilimrsrla.iy to apply! limply mix with mid water. Bttttr lets Kaltaaifia ',

. "'1" j ltea be?. of Mr, Barnes Sanders, of Indianola Paint or Rail Paper ft is not a KaJw.mine, it i* a Military, .
i the Surveyor Fries has been in Rorkledjre young prrmanentiementenatuug, which hardeni on the walls, destroying
The inability of tome of school children .4
;J1.f' is felt the ofGeorgians
I '; lately surveying lots on the Douglass seriously among people dear germs and vermin, never Kuling. KI*>miiM*IUIIH! J
:... : : to get back to town from their homes The with hot cold rub and scale oH !
water wallf
I f property and for Mr. H. S. Williams.Mr. people generally sympathize or loon i.iiiirf fluth'.cgand
:-: to take part in the exercises at the closer : with the parents and other relatives furniture. They contain glue which dnays and uouriihca ll.i 1

of the school this year shows the necessity i. I Williams is going to lay out an avenue -,. and friends. Such is life. The old germs of deadly dit BOOth of Judge Van Deman's place, i!
V of the school vans making! .the trip for die and the die.
school to run from the river to the railroad, andlots '' must young may EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY CO.
that purpose. The is not entirely i
on either side of the avenue will be Thanks! are due the ladies who did so '
'. ..': closed until all iu exercises are over and {Dealers in Lnmberand HUIM. ,. Material. .1

-i.f the board .aId'rtquir in the contract put on the market These two avenue much toward church improvement, especially ---- v--.

;:, '. with the drivers that the trip: to and from will be a great benefit to Ito kledge un- the one who seems to have taken J. WALKER.. H n. MACE.'

: .. entertainment most be mad This leas the lots are so high priced as to be the I lead not only in the improvement on 1

I : rain rain for out of the reach of everybody but a mil the church but in doing to much to keepup JOHN R. WALKER & CO., '
\9': provide a.way, or no \
i I b ,., V .. the participants to be on hand and no de Bonaire the social meetings and specially| the

I i' ,.:., lays dinappoinuaent, nor anxious moments Mr. Chaa. Vuilleand Mr. C. II. Hibte prayer meetings on Thursday of each Titusville, Fla. *
, .
I >Jr' ;: fur otent neyhert, pupils or and eon Charlie left for Coma leach on week. This credit is due to Mrs. T. G. '

I fatrente. Friday of last week in Mr. Vuille's launch.Mr. Carter whow northern home is in Deadwood '
f .. .
: : .
I :':. '' .- butin&aU Hibbs and Charley returned Saturday South Dakota. This family if expected DRY GOODS
I. ": ;.' Cocoa' on the increase V
in back this coming; fall!! and winter
> night Ronald's boat, but Mr. ,
! The laUwt addition If the depot for marine
i ill..:. '' engine and repair hops by Fisk AItonald. Vuille staid until Sunday. Saturdaynight and their presence here will be much appreciated .
he succeeded in amonir ail who love the temperance
I ; ,,".' The!..yoang men. are enter- capturing a huge :
cause and the social" of gracein CLOTHING
loggerhead turtle and brought it home
;, iJl: ristng and will build up a good business .
alive. It weighed\ ahout ;Sit pound The our midst.When ,
be of her
Z' ta thw line. Cocoa can, proud
: f
turtle was butchered on Monday and tl.e "
. r''? btmttat. She has one wholesale l generaltore

: ':; a bal'llun', a fofuitnir, tao general neighbor of Mr. Value on .Htlfu\fnnt' GENTS' FURNISHINGS

;: exclusive all had a supply of fresh turtle meat a ,
I >', stores, and one gnxrry store,
great relish. The shell of the turtle ha
".-' two fine drug store*, a meat market, an
# J wtdertakinge3tabli9hmenttwotinoeries, been cleansed and converted into a cradle Avers SHOES

1"1', '" for the new daughter M lately arrived in
: a bank a jewelry stare, two millinery
s the Vnille family Mr. and Mrs. Vaille ,
:' and dry goods stores, a bakery a bckwnith a
tw : and faintly !f&ve this week for their
fish and uhlishnient
tiVV: shop a
: barber boat builder a wood home in. Pennsylvania. They 1I'ilI't'LUm! the nerves are weak
f. So shop, a yard, MILLINERY
:' however, in the early fall at their new everything goes wrong. You
a ipV physician a 1"1h1lc library, a
:>:. :'ld. residence U to be built thisi1mm..r on arc tired all the time, easily ,
achoo) two church fintown
:: cpleadid high ?*, a
'I' .: : '.. hall whom aipment cannot beuUed their Ute purcha iVxiglaAf addition to ockledg Irritable Your cheeks arc :
R:.r r' in the state in a town thrice: our FURNITURE.

-tn. a newspaper fine po o dil"f' well -1 Thank tt>. Lord
.:i tuhd and well kept ttm>is, a girt hotel Sarsaparillapale
Cried Hannah Plant, of Little Rock
< an.oWnn1 boarding boo'*<, fine re*i. Ark., for the relief I got from Baeklro's .. = c = ;:..
and blood is thin. .
rV Arnica ave. It cured my fearful running your
6r..t Wa .4ft..I'.'KhMaa&tJam. sores, which nothing else would! heal Your doctor says you are We want your patronage.Our .

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was enable to move at all, raise\ at aU Crow Pharmacy, fix.TROPIC.. grand___old family medicine. New, Up-to-Date Goods In every
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,. V Wises walking sea painful. I pmntlber ..
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with a bottle of Ch&mberlaus'. Pain as I 1::_..t>46. -.e.-!' ... :... f 1M
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M Rita and tiller a few applications*be d- Mr. JoL Mathers and ,.
family spent t wt a C .f'. <<' Mail order receive
ended it was the most wonderful paiD n> A.& .rwwWeak-. I..... w... prompts and
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WI vithoot it now and U& at all uoe able to Mr. Morgan and family spent Sunday careful attention.

.-aiL An oceaio&al applk Uoo of lain with Mr. and Mrs. Can Nerves
Balm keep away the piin thu tiw waaCdmeriyvtroobled ,
.. with. Fur sate by : The Mi* '< Mothers were guests of the JOHN R. WALKER & CO. .
lu.p tux Dowels regular with A1r, Titusville Fli.ZTi
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