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:
June 2, 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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University of Florida
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Copyright Florida star. Permission granted to University of Florida to digitize and display this item for non-profit research and educational purposes. Any reuse of this item in excess of fair use or other copyright exemptions requires permission of the copyright holder.​
Resource Identifier:
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AKR0018 ( NOTIS )
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Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by:
Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)


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z! "' .tl f, !Mrs.stTat .... gapp.slai will hold a grand Fourth of July celebrationthis colored linen, 34 Inches wide, Car,.., E.t..1 Ike ......., W..ttY.rerarN
regular price 35 and 40 cent per yard ..
[-. '.be.-r.... year. Every effort possible will be put forth to make 'lJf'ciaJ:3 cents. i* hw.r

,; 'Far&icM roots >4 Mra. DodWtMr. White linen table damatk, OTi inches Mr. W, Wattoa, of Clifton wu visit
this the grandest national celebration and the greatest wide- guaranteed pure liMO, worth 7$ ing with friend la ,
town Wedweday. .
3. T. U in of ,
Utgoire BOW charge
?ii ; ants a yard special 43 cents.MenrtriudhoenuUedaaask.
r. .. 1M delivery! wagon for the lc> factory.Mrs. demonstration[ ever witnessed on Indian river. 64 inches < Mr. G, E. Wtchett ba bad hu build
- <' ..."" "'" wide, worth S5 cents a yard, special ing lota to Sooth TUosvilfe cleared off
: EL W. Hall i*,visiting ,her meter, The events that will arouse the most intense interest
< ,-.:; MrL J4, M4 Braden, It Ooeos, this week. are as follows: Horse Racing, Boat Racing, a Gun-Shoot Large linen dinner napkin, beautiful this week. a

design; north (1.50 dozen, special We bear that Mr. J'.4t.Vincent and J
of per
-b!. zeamonto the beacb. Party ten
Hatch Game of Base Ball the celebration
i z ':. or I,1 $5.00.. Commanicate with a F. closing day's great 98 cents family are .( ,,-at:> Unbleached sea island domestic, yard 'j
'K tsrher with a Grand Ball at night in the Titusville Opera Angnitine.Dipt
'; ''f' wide, 17 yard for $1 00 best grade of #

"j?"- Some very fine watermelon bare been House. Full particulars list of prizes excursion rates Lonsdale, 12 jard for $1.W. John Situoneou, one of the oldest s
Chiyreu'i all silk with three
parasols, residents of this place, was quite ill this
seen iii few but the
town the past day, etc,, will be announced in these columns next week. rutfif, in all color, worth $1.50, special week with a bilious attack.
} price are held away up.Il.W.1I.H.GlearoaOIF&iGalliewu. $\\l 19; also< another lot made of mercerized
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------ ----- ------ -- silk with Persian borders, worth f 1.00, at Mr. R. .:. Minis, nf Bonaventure, wain
A PUBLIC MEETING a special price of 65 cents.Orirandie Htusville yesterday afternoon loa paid
in 8C Anguitiue on some important bui- I NEW &COIIN1r'S OfflCR8[ " and Persian lawns at a great THE
tUOml1t a pleasant call.
..:.iJ... test,Wednesday and yesterday. There wilt ,be a mating: of the sacrifice.
.'?J- citizens of Tftusvilk this White mercerized madras former price Mr, &00. G. Gleaaoo of St. Augustine
; diet Lena Mendel returned home je* Friday eve. B.coiaincii at the house to decide 39 cents, beautiful design, special :3cents. was in Titusvilie Tuesdsv looking afterthe
terday; .afternoon from week' visit witb : opera error by the Comntr (.w..IUN. .
x brother )I, /c. Mendel fa upon the priies for the different at. interests of the canal company
1 bet_: Dayton The Democratic executive committee Patted swine, in endless variety of dots,
}!' tractions for the Fourth July celebration. ofSt-Lucie county, composed K. B. worth 35 rents, special 19 cents. N Attorney G. A. Frost already wear

Mayor Rollin. expiate to leave in a few & Let every citizen be present Kaaleraon, of Fort Pierce; R. G. Harder, Ainotkeag checked ginghime, pink that lonesome look since Mrs F. and the
blue and fast
and let us pull as one man to brown chwki guaranteed babies It*ft for tU north few
a days .
day for a visit to Savannah, and from of Sebastian; M. B. D.uieJta of Viking; color, 14 yards for f 100.Flowered ago.MiwEulla

there will go to Fayetteville, N. C.. for a make this the grandest celebrationever \V. H. Hardee and I). K. Aootin, of Jen- silk organdies, the very latest King and mother, of New

abort itay, witnessed in Tftusvilk., ... ItD. met 5n Fort Fierce Monday at 1 fur midsummer wear, worth 50 cents a Smyrna, are here for a visit of two orthree
r o'clock and organized with K. B. lUulersoo yard, special 33 cents.
week to Mr. C. 1:. MissEuhta's
)fro 0. K. Wood, of Stuart, who ha TAYLOR COTTAGE, FURNISHED'or M chairman and W. Hardee as LadieV ap-to date tailor wade shirtwaists King,

been quite ill for the pUt month is much rent for the summer season. Term secretary. made of lawns and batiste, plain brother r

better and U able to give' some attention 110.OD per month. Applications from various parts of the white, figure and, former price Perfect as a beverage or medicine is I.
i- new county for the offices to be filled ".2\, special 96 cents._ W. Harper WbJ.hy-ttle kind
to hit large pineapple plantadoD.f your
Mail orders filled of
promptly 011
CHURCH VOTES. were received and announced to the aqdience any
.z Mrs, and Mrs. Geo. at. Robbins. Master which comprised about sixty citizens the above goods. grandfather owd. Md by R. L Motlow '.
Unto and Baby Douglas: went to Winter Preaching in the Titusville Methodist from all over this section. For Jcurs KUM, and .'. A. Lo lry.
church next Sunday morning June 4th, of the others there TUtuulle, Fla.
oiue were aa high as Mr. S. W. O'Brien
1-ark Wedneaday. It u said that Rufus
p .Ilia. m. by liev. W. F. Shoemaker, of four applications and for some there were -,-
e may enter Kollin college, the coming Tttusville. The service for Cocoa at none. After deliberating for a time the SHOW AT OPERA BOUSE. Titusville a t Uit Tueeday to io., vi hufather'tgrave

term. night has been cancelled. committee decided that it would be impossible lnTitu.villeeewelery. II*
Ilev.J. B. Hank will at to lire the the consideration The oung people of Cocoa and I )(:k. THE STAR
leave preach CitlPoint matter paid office a plr& aut call.
Denham to
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u: fro expect Sunday June Uhf at 10.30 o'clock. it deserted at this meeting. A resolution ledge will prevent the three-act comedy,
/ onday for Augusta, Ga., where he will A hearty invitation i* extended to all to was introduced to the effect that Capt. Rackett," at the Titusville opera (Sall at Titusville Livery, at rear of it

j1 Y: join Mrs. Denham and spend his three attend. lie will preach the .St. Paula the meeting be adjourned Thursday at house Thursday evening June 8th. Doors Uobbim law vfficr, for stylish rig*.

weeks' vacation, to return borne about Methodist (church Eau Gal lie, at 7:30p. : 10:30 for the purp oes of giving the application Leave your order for hauling, both double
league devotional meet further consideration and open at 7:30 performance begins at 8.00
m Epworth permitting
\ 25th but.Transient and sing'e. J, M. Oeban
i the Tickets for sale tt A Branning's. proprietor.
ng mill precede the evening service at others to make application if any Penney
s and the traveling public, tAn Galhe. had not the opportunity of doing KO! Hesned seats, 50 cent; general admission Miss Grirfis, daughter of air M, Gnffis.

in when in Titnsville, are Invited to try AI This was carried and the meeting ad 35 cents; children, 25 cents. of this place.. held die ticket 375 that won

pin Cottage, celltralJylol'a&ed. excellent YACHT ATLANTIC WINS.In journed.It seems to be the policy of the board We bespeak a full house for our Cocoa the trunk at Kline'.. rate presented for

12 4abte, reasonable rate Mr*. Kate the sailing contest across the \t. to apputut thwrwtoSicert, living to the friends feeling sure that our people will ticket and received the priw the first part ;

Myers, proprietress. antic, in which yacht owned by several new auoty/who were elected last year be highly pleased with the play of this week.Cbntrattor,
nations participated, it ia fitting to note such as members of the county commissioners
& Judge Jones and family arrived home that the American f.rMtlantlc broke and school boards. Chairman Hall ill i getting the material

; ,the first of this week from Deljuul and all sailing records for that distance anti Kauierspn is authority for the statement FIGHTING BUST MITE. on the ground for the new utatonk build

their friend here are pleased to see them Main the laurels for fast schooner yacht that this policy will be purtuttl where it Mr. M. 8 anll..Ilurtt'natl..Lt-tn ing. The delay has tern occasioned by

& at home once more. Misa Annie ha* hers on,this stukera.side of the ocean aa well a* for is deemed advisable to do IOo or where fighting the rust mite of I late with a dry non-arrival-of the brick fat foundation.
single these olhcer .
are willing tn terve.Dnring
cousin, Miss Jennie DuBoae with her for It may be that Cal.t. Charlie Barr's the meeting B. F. Hardet>iy andJ cprayof sulphur IIH\der. which is applied When the work is started it will b pushed '

.a hilt fine handling had a great deal to do with M. Orrell members of the school board while the dew is on the leaves of to ooinpletiuu. II* expects to finish

., MrW.8. Norwood returned home the Atlantic. winning the German em- were allotted! to make aneiplanatkmoisome the orange trw, or during a light shower the work within two ntoutU.Ca4. .
peror1 ('\11La& this yacht hu previously school matters, which had Keen
with a Jumbo dueler and a blower
from his several Jas. PriUhard returned horse
Wednesday night shown great speed especially on a reach brought to their attention by membersof
: woeks' duration up in Georgia. The where her length and easy form count for the committee.At both of which are operated by a gasoline Tuesday afternoon from A u*tell, Ha.

+ Change of location and scene has wrought a great deal fche U of steel l construction engine of about one horse power. Herajs where be spent about month. Hu

'a wonderful improvement in his health' 184 fret and over owned all, designed Wilson by Marshall Gardner of JkCos the meeting of the executive committee the rust mite with him iswor than health has been wonderfully improved

his former wlf. by of St. Lucie county held at Fort he has ever known before, but that he by that health
i lift i il DOW restored to the X. Y Yacht club. The second teat jJ.a! May great ft'IM1fl.

The heaviest iho*er of the season came was the Berman schooner yacht Hamburg action Pierce was yesterday taken,:June Itf, the following finds the sulphur dry pray very effectivefur )1 rl. PriUhard arrived home from her

designed by G. I. Watson, of England eradicating the mite.NEGRO visit to her daughter Mrs. lkk'liIl' Miami
from the north and northeast yesterday *huh was about a day longer incoming Fort Pierce Fla., June hat, lUOTi. ---- -, .- ----
morning accompanied by livid lightning the durance than the Atlanta To HoDonUe N. B. liruwanl Ooveruur oi SHOT.A the same day

and heavy peal of thunder, showing that The Atlantic's time was 11 days, Id hours the State of Florid, Fla: Mr. Carlile Croeiand, of Washington.l -
g 22.minutes. In pursuance of our duty we, the IVm negro by the name of John Willis
this place war the renter of the local! >. C., of the bureau of commerce and
--- ocratic executive committee ol was arrested under the charge of beating
with violence consisting labor in statistics
torm. The wind blew great was town Monday taking -
Ej FINK AMOKTMt.Sf &UOE9 those members of the Bret ard committee his way on northbound! train & Thursday
-'} # at the same time. of manufacturing plant The buroaiidefignate
Go to Penney A BNJ1nil1,'. when inn residing in the territory embraced in the morning. Owing. to his trying to fun
j t' Archdeacon B. F. 111'O.0ot Orlando ed of shoe They have the firwl new ly created county of St. Luck, pursuant he was thct at by the marshal and printingntflcen in the lint or
his friends in show and the largest a#*>rtmeul that has to call by the chairman, met at Fort away manufacturing plants. We receited a iph.ant
visiting among many
was deputies, mho mistook him at Bret for theescaped
Pierce for the of
been shown in Titusville.Ladies' purpu.e considering applications : call from Mr. Cnxlaud
week. lie held service in ever w l ho, by
r TUoaville Ibis
from candidates for *>int- convict from One
shoHi from the f 1 00 house shoe ap| IVlwpiue. I the u a Charleston ,
fct. Gabriel church Sunday evening, and to the fiwt Queen Quality |3 00 ihtlt meat to the various constitutional olScrt of the bullets ,ruck him in the right side, way, bay
returned home Wttlnt'@day During hi* Infant's and children's shoe from 50 fur the newly I created county of IS. Lucie. but luckily only made fleets ound. llev. II B. ittUms will attend the

_May here he wa the guest of C\,I. and cents upwards. After due consideration! of the rail spplicaUona State B. y, P. U. contention to I.., hell
Men's slior from the f 1.50 work shoeto this committee begs leave to re-
Mr*. T. T. Wetmore the finest that money can buy-Ed!*in |hart to jour excellency that the following Next, CATTLE 4M L."' > li:>CI>U.W at (X-ala and .ill louk after thf.intrmUofMrt .

; Mr. John bole, who his been appointJ $-5 00 and fri.50. named gentlemen be spfiointeU to the ire now the selling! scents! for the 'uu university while there; then work

k to the position of road supenuor for Laving a complete fetoik, any size )ou office 11.bote his name: American teal A Wire ('o. veral cars bear k l<, the rant coast ID ttur MU>" mua4wu
may want, we hate it. Clerk of the circuit cwirt-J. K. Fulu} in str f- < the F. 1:' C. railway to fill the"Il.'an'y Mail orders promptv! filled. of Spruce BlurTMieriffK. by bnyirg from n*. interests of this frwu ILu.
6 caused by the tt"Ei ign tion of Mr. M. Kee- rUnT A BRA!%MV W. Lenard. Fort Piert S. F. T* vnACo. university >
': .. pan, i* now located herw. The new The Clothiers and Furnisher, AsKSnor of taxe -IL (J. Hardee, of Sr t Cana Fla. guMine U) Wect Pam! Beach tLiiiumuirr.Mti .

'" upenisor, acromi ,f' J. O'Brien, armed in town on Tut4ay. *- t j Tax rolll'\tor-Q. .:. I"uiton, of White IuR "art. AT A HUU.IIX. I been lilting her 'ra'r"j. )1 f1. A, J. ut-

-.t ._ SNAKE AND CHINA EGG. iCily. Cabin launch 2} horse! motor, '
tVwnty tl'\-8-.of\'r-J H. ofj fllJwl"r bier at N-utt>l lr ( otla v, for taut a
Wynn ;
1 NEGRO CONVICT ESCAPES, )Ir. I. .\. Coleman! bnwght to THE]t Fort Pierce. I in [ >rfect. order MuSoh! For Brevaid|*rt:colar* write Fla.toV : err:, Iravtug fir her home this H_>rbir>g.

On of the negro: convict at the Piil- STAB office SatunUy a chicken snake ) vprinlend of public iu'tructiun- ,._aunty I While here putt f.irdi river front ,
fheucarapat Pelrpine made! ", -od hettapte ft shout seven trot long that ha.i swallowed i, C. P I"IatLlHute, Cilv.Hintj | ---- kdon U.e 1It-Ht.ifIP grantu.t 541bef
Monday t"fOOl'lby running a china neat egg about two days lfore. j! (\ jihlge-Jaa>rt jL Andreas, of DECORATION DAY OBSERVED. r ('apt. Sehtn'i tint {date. 111 w hicti aloe

) way from the guard while! out in the Strange touy while we .t eyeing the : Fort Pierce. IIt. rat on day i afd without any "Il"-t1t to have a cottage built tt .i woodsHi* nuke u Henry \\ wake it managed to force die tq ap tntu 1 ('ounty'8Urfelor-J.)1., of Fort tug fall.) Mrs O'Brien rwn.lly eJlr".t
the bat
.! l*> bad about a year yd to *cr '. It its throat and in one heroic struggle vuatteJeti IkenLaa.ervi.or j r-nt'rat obwrvtrue by C'itUt"b8. a : of la'uihie' inane grote lot .....,d.u.,
U Mid that he ran off ia a southerly directwo. in ejecting the cf(rwive article of registration-1,1 Edge: of few gathered at the pototfjcr and k*>k; like tr().iJ"-', slid ia fore GeiittM ... .u lonute -
from its jams. Mr. Coleman had seen Fort Pierce. I the tamper of &>*m that 1.a.1 beta MIUthere :. teepor in rest! sine u much |-a.M>I

t ,-.. - several chicken make heretofore that MemWrs of board of public infraction out to the cemetery and with a few ftitii Tl\utvll and .e hope ,le ItIU defarti
} PBOMOTED. had s*allowed china neat esg, but this ( Irtdutru-t B. .. '11 tide to u.ake 'r mtrntuitbt IBKK t4bYctt
Hartiecty, ol reet.u. .
j icimple wonleof tribute paid( th lying ,
wu the first instance where the wake + + n.
2nd district W. J. Nrttait
of Fort1'krcr3rd
"I. by opt A. U. Johanwn, krtperol the haj succeeded in ridding iU eIf of the eggUENTAl. I ; district J. M. Orel ,of White | there, the d',wrr* were f\\t'rt'ntllla1l on I {
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} north bttr: TttIf 'U"I.
booM of refuge at Union City,jo t ,jOty.i I the grates of both I'niun and Conf...itratel'ltrr i
of Miaul ha just been promoted to ut" OTICK : : you w ftt a ut*' or table board .V
aftrrwhkb all re-awtnt/led and
at :ulb- i i Board| of county cv-rr.mi>f\f'f4-h' > r
life crew
captaincy( the w tcg ieaunaiole J'Jk't't \e1.I"JIM&lie Ibaeiw kRreraursnt
haws Island Charltton, a. O. Captain {)r. Hcuijjhton has the IVnMtt an-II.\-I d'strict, John C, Jones, o' Qiav, 2ud die- liitt-i-tJ to "up," atvl then rnart l corner Uin ttmtiixi Wah
and the Indian River hotel dock; and all tnct K. B. Kaulerswo. of lid h\"JnrJ:
able comepetrel
- Johansen U one of the nxwt ; hott J
life savers on the coast and on remain for two weeks X. B. j district. F Bell, of White City; 4th fa, Unit : ___ ___ _
rank thinning oat to t-only
" ll'tOOotf this efficiency was promoted j district W. IL Harder, of J laIn; 5Ui'diatnct : toR wALE 41 A tUtUi.UJI.
ttation on the IOCS IOE 8.1ttIlU.0.I'ge ; K. I). HoJnvr, of Fort L'rutu. 'coanralet *** bled here this .\\.r. and
to th* most important i .
fLulr Irt we till tfcr: 10 grxsl ,
comb white Whams ALL 01 whkh it four Late ten ISle away from this cwumucty. -
e .bole southern c ua.4coxttaicxtat. arc the ; ax.t prctfttUy sole i niilcb cows for tile. .tl:I fresh sir.c Jto.
bawd that Ell the egg E.ukrW f are BiUted. N ned by f). FAn tiA, chair. "lU tu e rt in paeUK :' : Ut. lot | rticuarti .1Jr.....
Blcn'La 1'IKU. selling rfgt lot hatching from Oar best i man loin Ks: Cum.. attnol: )f. B. lUnta ------ i E:. \\ Ap4tts, Ortrtond, Fla.euR .
reliable tire pea&I1tt10peiU. { -nfUJ. approved': W. J. Tucker SiLt. _.
If you want a good bicycle WcSAWD PetlTtT YAW*. 1 Mrmkr mate lilt-IlL Es. Corn. BreyarIbt. t -
ow that w ill wear well, R'I1J0) Indun fcUrptFla. ; l .,.. : Cassava it' .!, tZ 50 pr 1.UO ft.F. .ALII: ' rUM Ca10.I .
Rivet Music House for Omtiwntal No. t :. W. AKU Ju. Ortnond, Eli.lLtt ,i Abuut M acres of good high land oath

1$ lire, fu'l ***soo jaarBt A* good Tuettetcy: attoa. I Kitcben asks U75, machproof (4 50 -- e&rt or ocean ttd of the Indian rifer

.II teg+tfat ...00 tire, our price fiSO ecb.Ik The regular Jane examination of ushers ,, Matting 15c. op Itru..elecarprill 00 GKttLltt aTUCCj at U>e Narrows, *'rihetI u lAkttt_ Lot +fY

for Bmard twisty: will be held in tU .tzrncy P. naa } BUt..rru loor. public school boikluw at TitmvUle, commencing ; "DotUr" lot toilet soap, 3 fa l \. sorted stack of i'\U'Oft in this sore fora- 34, ink iihip ji seta rang % tWo s

oa" lorjrt 1 do all kind of blacknUh -, Toaaday, Jan 6th, 193: at 9 W. k enamel oil
x and wagon work, bone shoeing t, ter. GKt.e..Wffilickt; !rlaue book user. ', corner: Main street and V\ athirvgteano ate ;:ut ol. For farther particulars: adjrva .
et''! and V* rtrp riq. Call and IH me..e I Joa R. W-un, I PRY ( (()Is";" HOES. Pronspt sen *, low pnota'Jvo : E. )I. Low,
. r J, D. Enlllt T1tDUiUf. l1a.ItC1ii Cbuaty 1ptriLko.knL; Chas. .t. Gardner, Tuotviiie, Florida ; [ Brock u s. Mad.

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: COMMERCIAL I Kanawha.ItY '!Arc Made Miscrabk by >
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\ : met oat .on-stay IS that Joseph Kidney Trouble. A Healthy Liver Makes

>'fiila'P.. ._otsi ,Expw.- Raman Jr. the retiring pre lent, of "-<..
_:Tare patents granted tokolrtt. Tes. the Wabaab. control the ttttte Kaaa- ,

i .;i+a ia':18WOB wbJd &p-eat part of.the wha eradicate;: with"Its coal mice to -Kidney trouble preys upon the intend discourages ; A Well Man

; 'wwVrt efectrkal bmioeM 1. hued ex West Virginia. Instead of George lessens ambition;beauty,'ulgurt

__ 1F1: plrtd itaj 1. :Ttm patents. were hail Gould On that day Mr, Bam *y'tUIted and cheerfulness soon
,.1.. .0:: : PirUturg and arranged off < sape when ths kidneys :
tad pay
by: tbe WesttBiiotae .Electric
{t : tnntacttu[rag.'.tornPAD1..an4 by the the last $430.000 note hell by J. iL or diseased.are out of order
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: General Electric company.' They were Goffey Kidney trouble baa
: 1f the broad *application ol1le'tae of al- A Hill and Harriman True become so prevalent -

Z( : taunting motor'correotst. ''Mannfactur- After the.meetiac of the stockbold- that it Is not uncommonfor 111A 111-
jai are.espatai now t o'begin. pnxlufrIng err cf the Northern Padfic Railroad ft a child to be born

JI" 1 the T&la roacLlaaCAAth company at dew York on May 16 It =_ afflicted neys.-: !!the with child weak whales kid--

p. Empire Capreea. *i. learned that neither Mr. Harriman -..-. '' too often if the
? ... York Oentrar ow nine oar any member of the Union I'acfflc ttsasa
; : The yew Brine scalds the flesh or if. when the child
c : V'I;,.. boar train between New.York and BuffaJo. directorate bad beers elected to the I reaches la age when It Should be able to PrjlILT TZCtTlBLK COHTOCKD and th. HOST HIFECT -

; iS mwwa'aa the "Second Empire" XortbenLl acific b-)ftn!. This was said control the passage it is yet afflicted with UVKt HED1QNI BOWL Do not fi11 jeer system

* ', f'ilP t made tbs first trip May, on time. This to be due to a friendly agreement In bed-wettteg depend upon it. the cause of with Calomel Arsenic or Guinin HI1SIXI. a guaraa ,:.....
yt ];t' train enable bosineae men M far as flew of the Illegibility of suet membership the difficulty is kidney trouble and the first tMd curl for all diseases produced br a TOUID UYSX .'t- a

::--'" Buffalo to do business tuew York In the new system Harmony step should be towards the treatment of and LflPUEI BLOOD. It will ear MUAtU without IMTin ;;;
and home the tame day between HilMIarriman and Morgan these importaci organs. This unpleasant ; any of the deadly affects of many drug used for that .
p". fet lines lit tLe northwest was thought to trouble is due to a diseased condition of the purpose. One bottle purchased today tnaj save you from t
: 14 Mile In 43 Minutes be foreshadowed by this action. kidney and bladder and not to a habit as a tick spell tomorrcw. Quickly! cures BllUiucis, Cttlpatloa. .. -., ;

: The special train on the Reading railroad ., most people suppose. DyswpiU, WaUrU Oillt. sad all Liter .}tCompWats. /
-f'.. ; between Camden and Atlantic To Restore Bistbw Funds. Women as well as men are made mis- Used and racenuneaded by the medical yaw w

. ,_ qty made the' distance<< of fifty-four I Comptroller of the Currency Hklgtey erable with kidney and bladder trouble, estioa fftceraHy. "' .-4
has assessed stockholders of the First and both need the same great remedy.
: .nJk* la forty-three minutes May 13, a A PROMINENT PHYSICIAN'S
j The mild and the
immediate effect of
National baub of Milwaukee GG 2-3
record for that distance. The train percent
new .
Swamp.Root is soon realized. It
to make good the capital stock
jjtrrfed member of the railway coafress. -
,r Impaired by the defalcation of former by druggists la fifty- A. J. Hannah a leading physician of Umat3I.
President Frank G. Ulgt'l w. cent and one dollar Fls. tars: "1 have been using Herbiat in my prastke -
Profits ,f Rubber Trust sUes. You may have asample and am well pleased with the results. 1 always
{ The annual report of the United New Rule For Bank Clerks bottle by mail keep some on hand and think it a grand tnedjunt;

:.- -: State KubUer1 company discloses net Employees of tbe First Natiinil freeasopamphlettatwa..1Iw.wpft. ting for Biliousnesa and Liter Complaints
t all about
:..:' for tbe amounting to $V bank of Milwaukee have l.wu ordered! it. including many of the
-;: profits year thousands of testimonial letters received
Large Bottle 50c Avoid All SobsUtutts
to give the officials their j0tonil'h ,
:61,0=. This Is wore than double the from sufferers cured. la writing Dr. Kilmer

#. net profits of the preceding year. It U and submit to certain uieasnrriufutsfor & Co.. Binghamton. N. Y... be sure and Ballard Snow Liniment Co.St.
bash on net tales amounting to f32ML210 ,- the pnri">!;e of klentiteatlun.C mention this paper. .

; : ,. During the year ,the price of Don't walt any mistake, but rememberthe Lout_, U. S. A.

F.:. crude rubU-r baa adranced steadily C LABOR I name, Swtuip-ruot Dr. Kilmer' Swamp-
ri-z) ,. anJ the company bag,added to Its facilities Root, and the 4iiress, BioghftiuUm X. \: ,

f.-,". '5:, for procuring the Material Independently on every bottle.

'..' ,'l'rt>&ldeut Colt says that the Laborers to Run Packing Plant. 11
profit sharing plan for employees has The officer* of the Unttwl Meat Cutters J.. .e Prayers.The

proved most successful and Uujcher Workmen of America Japanese religion demand thata RED CROSS PHAmCT. TIFUSYILLE. sad tAU OilUE FHiRgiCT. EAU OiLUE ,.
man must worship "ou the noli every
have decided to abandon strikes according
A New Theatrical
#. SyndicatedRepresentative lYlnrvrf[ and rich men'ute
to one of the org>tnbt'nI.: and a day. .1tt'rt"TI'E
of flftmi theatrical little dirt In Southern
this ouecomf
ro.ollt'r. by sprinkling a
fund Is being! raised to support Railway.
a stock cumjianles In large cities hare stive packing j.ltints throughout tterounto' of a pxiiu. muaetiuies on a .
; met at S@w'ork to organize an a of cetwiit
f tlur..o
If the -jiO.OiKi .
t'ul'I'vrted by ; AI-U. to, IIK>
tiatlou of theatrical stock
company ,
----- -. -&
numbers of this union the Mcsi --- "
4 Industry -
? manager. It aims to Include all of the 'Ihelhll.lrrn' '....orll4l. Xo.301. No. 3'0.: .. N..S :
< eetiil to compete sucvessfully with ..... .j ;ilUily.I n.Iw..Jatk.uollb.wd\ewlerY. .1. .
t :k jxTiuanoutly located companies In the I -1. Uwiy ,
yr.'. titles represented and to establish a the beef trust, For cuiwlig, croup whooping cough, 753 p12IJ .:: :.I '8w1a Lv J' ouvillr Ft*. ..... tin Uy. -:Ar.Ar..- i Yul a: ,'- f $ a ;
etc Ow Mifcu'e Ouitfh Cure is the children's .. .....!
circuit of theaters round which Douglas' Textile Strike Decision. a 13 p Lv.SavannahUa.---.S.4 Ry. .a' S. p :
companies favorite. This in l Ilt'"au it (lnn \I 53a. __ ._ .-HOMj, .h. (,h.-lutt4l. X. C.n. .N. Uy. r.y S$1p C 1- 1

ci may,01o\l", remaining oue Wh..t lu Governor IVuiglaa of 1Ia..t\rbuSt'tts' taiii: net opiate, is |rrfwtly lumwlrwi, 14:1;: .. ; c5sa' I j=.Ar._ bU'bniouil.._1'a _-." ..' iso. K ;_I'Y'11Ui( ;. II Ju p
cacti city. Eacb company will play In announced his decision May 17 as referee taste* jpwJ and cures SUI by lU-d Crops : :
v5o p't 94.s3 i AT WjMhiQtVD. I). C., 'u :at.. KJT L,*. WM A,, IIltq.
each house uu tbe percentage plan of In settling the Fall hirer textile i'harman rUu: tiallie I'Unnacy, an.IChall (.;__... IllSOai I Ar. Htltimore M..., __u_ 1' K. B Lv. II. .
1' .bar to the company and the house. strike last year F Can.pbwH 1:35 ;' .. .-...''l p }[ .I'biUJelphia.. ..... ,. _..IVU.KI.V. > a S Sea r I-I

The profits of the house will be IKM>UH! It is that a partial -, -fl. %.-> _.-_.:..-.-n- _...-..!.1-'IS-- ..-n.i.. -Ar..-... Sr... .- -- Vnrk, -...-- -V-. V- .- .. -. I.*. If.-. .-Iff.v. -.-:. .. .Mitt-. -i .. 1- AN jr
- -' -
and divided among the members of the restorationof : Advice to the
; r Aged. QII. 3:t and 94 -"Xn.'lIrk anti "orida El prt Of liaity ..M ta. k.t.Bleepiaar .
r association at the close of the wait\I is im-
Arc brings Infirmities, such as stag U'twrrn Jwkwmville! and New York.
Headquarter will be established warranted by rlsh bocls.tllt kidneys and bladder Gw 2'J mi 3'*--"\Vabinjcton and Hori.l 1Ji>>i.t" lkdly 1"811. I....'.. 145lerldug J
New York. The organizers dI' claim the profits of and TORPID LINER.Tutl'sPilis. ('u Utwt-ru Jark*>nvill cud Sew York
.. _- = __ _' 0. ___ _____ _. _._
' any Intention to exclude other compa the business.that a H -
IL : ; ; '
! :- ntH, but say that they will take In any refcrecaht liaity. ibrouah"ih.l.aad.fth.err; !

creditable performer who wi.n to enttr that it would T'M v -1.vJ ;:k-.i ;: Fla.---------------------------------- : ';' Ar.- : ea'a

: \ similar organization Is now la require a mar U .; Lv. $.nsnabia.-- --u................. \.. 1 Sea a
force In the vaudeville field. of 7i.'l OHO a I) Ar. (oluulbta, t---.. .-__...._....-._.................%-I--IIt I U"
gin v 13 pi, Ar. A.heville. NC.------------------------------....... ..... .... a n y
City Offers to Buy Railway. rent! between 2 37 |,f Ar. hut ?*. X.C,.___._.. ... ._. ...--........ ..-. .' Lv IIt.dllt \ a
Mayor Johnson of Cleveland the prier fcltttli have a specific effect on theMcrgaof, ) vi Ar. KlWnillt,. T(>O ,...............,. _.. ___. ._..__ __. lMo. .,. a.v o to eI
annouurfd stimulating the bo\\elscau init themto .. .
A ) Ar.tiuciousti.Qhiu ,
15.a C.
on May 10 that the city wuul and It* perform their natural functions ai ---- -. .. .---0. ":: ''':";': ::': -::'. -q: '-:::. _" :-! 'spN

dray fS5 vhare for the 231.U.O share+ ati equivalent in in youth and ...:u and 3'.I-'uUwao Ihulnjf Rwm aM n..tft bkg4ag ( ktwesr J..9111. uJ

of the Cleveland Electric hallway l'>.. ulalJ. uuuunufaoturOovernor I IMPARTING VIGOR_* St.LrniK- daily.-. .- ., ...------.- ..- ----- --.-
company iu the name of a holding! Mj ryttou to tray to tbe kUneysbLeJJer and LIVER. ; '
x.. company controlled by the city. 111t>l. the Increase of 5 tr cent iu wage They arc adapted to old and young. = No. 13 r 111*e.n Jut k:uH,||l<- .
.' be said wasall, the city would pay. during the time which LU iuvestlgt.- __ ..u. : 715 |>' LY.J"c !I'nnllt'. t;,,, Uf.-........... .... _-.---.----.- .". Pest,
Uun l"O\{'n'ThIs ma rgnluk! allow .. .' (ou ward to net tti a 'l'i'j,t. .. .._. 3W afi! Ar.3lacon $a 1t1.-__.. _. ., b. p. a
Failure of S Per Cent Btnk. G tT tent fur uiil1divkIen and . : &O riurns M' r e ._ :.:o"r."hwu, ,, U-. .. . tV' 11M
''xi The Cooiritlve Saving society of | i ..!.., rid tleftjlrse .- ..... 853 a!, Ar.'bxttauwg&. flu. ley------------------ b. .. p p
5 fur annual '
" Stamford I'OOIL, which fievured many per d'tlon cent depreciation. a > ,-V. 1&ff't aa"nt una "f 740 p! :Ar (5neiauali. ,___ tlurruSre.urr.l.: _: ...:.._. '. 1"vM. .
The ed &
eau- gel
;', depositors by the offer of L ir (tat interest great dUaj-iwlut '. i ,., ..' .,..."" ....., but .I\."t1'. .. nWpLv" t lat'DDali. IJI j t''lIr U-a., ..u. -_ I., t w.
_ went Into the hand of a > meat among the wort en!. : .. TlOei i Ar._.l'lf'tIjf'J, >>Ild'utar twos .. .. Lt e p p
rl".1 ----------- ---
..4ieron May 15.: Adjusting Ttamtttrs Strike. '_ ...- 533 ;: I.y. t'h. UIII.lI.; ; I'tun. Liuq. ._ __.. Ar caw "

Au arUlI..tlrefa'" tieciiit ou by theotQciTs : .Ys '::.f,7 Its Ir'b! Jo-= __.l'.arI_ iar+-.u- ..;.. .:.. I.. p Ps ;
China to Boycott U*. of the strikiug teamsters! at .. .. J n.// I.v. !Ciutiwati. U 11 .t ...-\1....._ 'r ; M a
The Shanghai (Chlas chamber of 7 eJ: 11 :;. .\t. ( hlO"JllCfI. C. II, k h.-il.... Lr v p
Chicago on May 15 uding tbe outline BEDS '
., xiniuierce has decldl to lead in an i .:: "IfU'p Lv.C'tC1ri ioaati, ('.II. k It.-Hid:Geri.. 7 1
organised boycott American gooih of the meeting of the International H.'toIarIt .flcr fi)tar.' ,.. 5l'1f' .Ir-Tt4-4e. ('. H-t IL-Mk. ltlri. Lw Ii w p '
KnitLerhtVNl of Teamsters later In the Y W.) a.aJ&; pn4Yl. _. 72 a' .(r II.twiL ('. II .i U-IIeLCe. '. I.. iv '.
and manufacture until the United : ear.ras and su.Mt -- p
? week. This! folk>,,vd the division <>* :r9&a A.idtairniaPt _. w 1'1 p;: Lv.; (inetuuati. I'eno. IAura. .... ... Ar M a
States makes some concisions as to the teamster' joint council refu.Iu.! *' lilt.ll (hr uoa 33.3 s .\r laltWtIrj 1'eaa. Li..... ._ ...... .. b It &I p
.. .
Us policy of Chinese uduL'iou.b?- the Ut-mands of the Team Owners' as- |I r Af"?>i-rf4\ If-reed... loA*frqunt" -. 1130 p! Lr.iariaratl-: Iti i.Foor..... -:::...- Ar.. .N aa

freedom to enter and leave tide deliver \VfvD. M Fu co._ i.r.(1_ !I'Hld1_ !! E'upr. Lv ;, t
.7 svX'iation t>> g-*:* to the houses i : : : ::: :: ::: t 1!
country I* not demanded and the exclusion which had been boycotted The I I I .I-iSre-Vr oitnoiT, MICH. 53n pLY. irsiryton. -A. (tf... ... __..... .- Ar iY a i
of coolies Is favored t>y the uuuij' I j!I f9I0p .\r.I.ninme. !+u C1h"_"_ """"?_ I.y 7" e ;
Ur of men then out wu about 4,.+n.I'ir.ilei4 .. .
73la'r"I.J. >u t u. "
Chinese merchants. to t0
What .
they want Gomix-ti of the American 7e .----.:-: ;:-,::.: p r.w
Is a modification of the law such as Federation of Labor arrived on thestvue I' KILL THE COUGH Is and t4-'The nurida Limftrd." flltUJ 6W Vwlialule 'Inca rsr..... h., r;
will permit respectable and well to dot (taw bee and I'aliarau: si lerpiug (or. Itrlwee.3alr.ysrHia t' :
'. IDawen to enter the United Stales May 16, existing to see the AND CURE THE LUNGS .. .-.---- ,.
' strike called off. Each day the EmfIOy.1 '!;i'
under the same conditions which govern T NO. :5 S.t.13 Ilesr. JartaavIlearJh..a.tifr. S..l/ S. e74S
ers' assuciation! was increasing the ,
y other foreign traveler Thousandsof ana and i-romptnes of Its delivery I WITH Dr.King'sNew P Lv JAAII.DuUe flaso Uf. --- -.'. ..". -a, It. I': 't
Chinese merchants have signed an 5SO a Ar. AtLsntaia., **. Ky . |.f ii I ,
service of strike
agreement not to purchase any artl- by deans Lrl'abra.1 11 U a Ar. liirmin< protected by armed guards. If (a'j p \r. MriuphU.\ Trrjo.. . b. MeNu
= of manufacture until It U
a clef foreign meat wa. tea.--h.\ finally on May 2u I a 54 It Ar K&Bajt t i.l!._llo':. Fro.., Ly ", M p
examined cioly. and agree to reject '
for the of all the
return t'U\1.t eirr*
:J .e any article of Amedcau trademark. ONSUMPTION Price iJ: and UTit I1an'I. LiiuitniJ. lasestr
driver, provided the Employers' Team I FOR OUGHSaad 50c 1 1.00 .
j- S ;LU::. U"IIIU ('.%" Ioun U t:.
Railway Caaartsa on Rates. Iu; a*Miriaton! loe mx> &lzd on oiakbop LOS Free Trial. '
Since the final session of the International bas's. I C. Lt ''K.' l'ai.aa.rta.ut. IM "*.tW, ""H&. Jac........... ri..

railway congress at Washington ---.___.___ 1 Surest and Quickeai Care for all C. ".1A'Lett.e. f \ .'

or ---- -- ---
the country on four special hot nattier it a siraMax upon I
" a. trains as the guests of the American the digestive, poser cf t.abitt. .. t.n I 1- .... TZIE '

Hallway asocistion Tbe official puny and (f"t'he! tl"ry slmukl tw gitrn a The Motor

conclusions of the k. doM (., 11 htte'e C'rifU'l"rmifuif',
inclodeda tf>t" fhiUirfn'f IIMIC h.m) stimulate Chamberlain'sCOLIC.
congress declaration that and facilitate the dptlK of their lead, ',I:

Y !o that they mon bt'eun.e "roll traildy j j i CHOLERA AND
freight rates and \4uIJ! by H?l Cress Tbarmat-y ,1
bawd on the uJ Eiu lathe t.arru.\Cy : Diarrhea RemedyA that
cost of oerrlce and I !
-- ---- --
charged without arbitrary .
dl.criminatkm. I few dove of this Tl'wl'J.m s.,
In IkVi peaches o-n" in Italy 12 out 1
It was al- invariably core aa ordinary at ; .
a thousand. They were very ,email ; tAck of diarrhea.It .
agreed that automat
a.!+gnallnt beSecretary .- hardly esre dlii. < the aloe cf almO -- '" :
: --- of dysentery with perfect ; ..trt'utb.:,
Shaw rrcogciscd as th* If in a t tifl bilious rood, I BQCC***.
= moat altahie means of protect, ij Yon wih an aid to d g.a* fc o.l, : It can always be depended It tea, lilt'lIt) Of MfUl lIKi U I'

trains In vtw of went iKprvtes&ents.IB No oth*r-pifl i* half! eo gnulAt .11 ccoa, neon in the more sever where it doe the nlut gsw.
.-- kU address at the farewell ban- I \Wiu'e liufe tiny lacer. attacks of cramp colio and chol I
l i&et to the vUititg delegates Sear The faoioos Lhtie Early Ri rrt nn I era IIi rbua. It i"ltfrrtt.t| iu dt'''i,u and work

v- tats Shaw Kid that this country criU- coast;patios, s tk laUcL, biliousn l j It Ii eoaaliy successful for w4uhlp.I !

' 1aJ no nation for ierylag dutirt ta etc. they never 'tile or ticket but ia- j nmser diarrhea a&i cholera
protect lIMit or rstoe {art early ritUI* ene"l'. (",OW Lr either j infaatura la children, and U the .:u'rlthlo:.; IJlraU, ltOuu..t h I..,.
retina prorM children or adstu. Bob Moon% LaFsvi i I mesas of uvingthe lint of many .. N Stud fur rataitetue.
:. tbty resin d M more severely. oa tt* lod- "> '
elk ey*: o 00 talking, IWWitt's children each: year. ---- -- .---- -
United States than on others. He added Little Forty Rite do the work. All j' VTh. reduced with water and -- 0
s that the United Mates had never other pus I have used gripe sad make sweetened it 1s pleasant to take.

p's yet "W retaliatory tariffs and that me tick. I\,\\ "'. LJU& Earl, Kaen Every IUD of a faaUy thoalik Bridgeport Bridgeport Mactioe : Motor CoBrii .

: De tariff war woeld be possible *) king Uooght the long soc ht njiet Tty pthis remedy la &U !Krme. y

,< .a other cvcatric. do nest diecnmtnat m perfect. Sold by Ked Cross Ptaracy Bay it BOW. It cay save IL!,. psrt. ,

agatast. -oa. A mews cf C3grarak-- ll> Eau Gallie Itxarmacy sad Chat. ha, ?SG Luiaa Sizes brie.a I
f Guspbeli. F. H. HITCHCOCK CO. Thastilk
.. Afeats, Florida. ;
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],,?' "i-"'- .INWL"D"'cmwro' iY. that>..prttMeat woald"ao tit!. If heallxed *. R V if.3- ._ -
,"I'I Nothing:So Palatable Of So Beneficial for Yocng Cb 1dren. :i ;'
f" .. ..' .. ::. that wu'tnatgzutaing the > :::; -;" "
"" ,>.i' .'''- 'L"-" lair .la tceepting ttcoortMf of free i '

.; low" orRCIiM.-bi.r'.Ilteigoa- -maw- trwaportatoa, Tbe pretide&t also ... ': : :f{ I[ If You Begin Tlang Qzomolsiog Today, Your Cure .Begins Tod. J{ (. ;

., ,, .o: i.:!v.edI7.. --Va1.MltIlS edfeetozX Boeace4. "that be' wu paying to* trftn* "- .
f '' ,-y't Y.<-1t', Pgdeft: '-';-Jebt pails-deli' bUU of" Ida recent c"lfntena'- .'- .- .
, -))-;!< .. v.tuc or; Jets: B. Watkeh ... B. trip amounting to sojctthlag over i?. .
! }e'Z.,. ,: t L;Itiidsst. r;A.(0fIU. w. HFollctt : -
I .>\... .<< .eU .. ',Tks oaanatils c :: .
;J .<' mesa first: -.t-lalldt aanth; La Qte'Hat* Law.t ; .
't cown' DiItB0ioltT. Wbea Weoaa aerate oa Stay
ll T 18 passed the Utl'piortUng toe an appojnUverIhoad '
tCOUOT off _.... .D.fnttjTttK *Tttao. commission with \ :
muir a fc GMldts TilMjUl
.t prawMtUaf afenwn A. AT&mrt er to tls'ratt. for freight, passenger 4 _' ,
Jl"t"1'8. Titamlk,. dttk drcnlt court; P.,A. Me tra1ff'! rutko, (Jorenwr La'.YoI-' MANYPHYSICIANS
.M ilbw,'Eu Q1U ...... :
'k U* E.W. IUU. Iftt 'won hi* long fight as the amenably ....
cTi&QariUe.IU collector Jcfe.lleary.Tita-
;*; 1'>. .TiJlt\ trattara J. ft. Walker, TitosrUle, was known"to be itrongir in favor
'fi'. -t",.- .. art=DteWat of.Wfc bIItnIcti; J,O. of the raeaaare: .
;: : F :TUufiJU want? awrrcyvi J,,p.ff C htaf2i< Caa Fee Boston, AssatThattoObtainlmrn -? !
h .: ;.rte &oLTNurilte,ibri ; W.'g.tftecr. .'c w o4, ire Resets, Thctt Is No
The JJaswdbosetU total 1M
TitaartUetesUstioe kgiilatare .
rfn ? Remedy Possesses
; wltbont'oppo !tloa to fis the price of Cod
e # .;J_ COCSTY OOM lSS10SEBa-2 A..OkwJ gas for Boston at 00 cents a thousand The Power To Alter alit
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li8f.TilImn ckUruaa; Walker. IVtMTillc r IJTu
Disordered Func-
%! '" ;Job* IL MiU,.IndUiMia; Jao. CX feet stud the capHalitatioo oft Coaoiid B Oil Food
t, Joaq" Quay; J. Kraak Be!!. White Cit,. ted Oa company at |I>,120WX tlonstifc/ pI
'y 1: Rtri st cM i aar. beld int UondayiaLBfHltk. The governor 11 expected tu sign the Emulsion"ParEx

.'..- ""'1."'i'. e.ih -. butMnmti FbrThlsReasoaThey U fiycenc .

;: : COUNTY. SCHOOL bOAKD.-il. F. Navies. .i A.r Prvuty T.stifses. Prescribe h 1 cellcnce1*
--r.; ty ebafrmssebaatanA.J.t rtef, tun.I ,
.1' kIt;J. M.0rre L White CU,. Hez dar w. The senate committee on Interstate fotCoughsColds, T&u 4itP&1
iJ stow are heW fint Monday ia eachPOLITICAL oath. commerce i 1s continued its beuinp.JgJgt Efs-fivtnj
-- -- --. f" lrouty of the interstate coincoinml Influenza, Consumption, elements

O1ffl-e lon declared that sofas Bronchitis AnemUt Catarrh#_ "tCiu&1aoJ

I Y sort of control over' rates wan nece- Scrofula, and the Wasting r
;T [I. I nary because competition had prat-U- Diseases of Childhood,""" Glrctncc, 3

e raUy-eeaeeI. Jhrough the unification of and During Connie- u4t
Philadelphia CM-8t*.l.S l. all rorpof t101lJ1. lIe wH that sis H n>>Jbot-
f1f. otwSt1ut4uding that the Edward B. great systems practically i-ontroltel from Exhausting 1. phi:.&.

_tj.:', Smith & Co. tjmlleate ot.t'lpltalUa. the entire mileage of. the country. He Diseases* TryltwiProT* Try

::; )' .)sad posted a bid of r:: .000,000. cash, would ttot take away their'power to h..Futa. TRIAL It.
I" '" together 'with- >I20.0UO.OOO of hnprore- ui'file rate101 power could not be BOTTLE FREE '
'- givpu to tbe courts. HU plan wouldbe
: : menu, one-third proflu tor ten year, .s a r run ar wata.aa.
to create a separate body to have .oaastt-uroa tea
<: ne-Lalf profit for sixty-fire jeawanJthe sa rtM ac,a. f.
control of railroad rates, with branchesin
OumaUloB Is sold la talk tat
!" option of reducing the price of gd all great rate mating centers.EXECUTIVE. a Udup ae4Utoa.aD>l lira.toulp. .
$:.; to 80 tents or less, for the leas ..of the .
a. au plant ownttl by the city of ITiila
:-- : delpLla, the city council accepted the L I
: "machine" bid of the United Ga ImroTement -

t }* company ou May 18 by ao 125 Jolo Natives Killed.It .
'fti overwhelming>> majority. This action .
.. U reported front Manila that the
; ;g.. was taken In pile of a popular dmooatretkm form of General.Wood hate pacified
if: of indignant citizens who the entire "
the Island of Job by killing s
assembled at the city hail In
i"i respoiue band of 12S followers of Datto Pala
*'f to a call of the committee' of nine. The The American losses were three killed EDITOR'S NOTE.-With .a knowledge of the unequalled merits of Ozomulsion.""we unhesitatIngly -
\ : 0. I. bid wa amended ia the
Vt common
and seventeen wounded. recommend our readers to send for a Sample Bottle. LEST YOU FORGET, WRITE TODAY
: council MI at to prorUe fur a
Hi aowsn-Loomie Controversy. Testimonials of its Marvelous and curative with
i". light. reduction in the price of gas, and Convincing recuperative properties together an
; beginning at 8& cent in 1911 aDdff. de- Minister Itowen has returned from Artistic little book entitled "BABYV1LLE," beautifully illustrated in seven colors and also a

!. .. ('r"aaiug to 80 cent In l&O Caracas to face a rigid investigation TRIAL BOTTLE of Ozomulsion. the Great Health-Food-Tonic will be sent you absolutely free by null
.=: understood Into his alleged connection with the card Ozomulsion Co. Pine Street New York.
It was generally that Address letter or postal to 98 ,
of the charges
f--4 Wearer would veto this: measure newspaper account -
Mayor q -
-. "/. ,' but that the councils would then agaiut *A -Utant, Secretary of State
LuomU. Mr. Bowen took the positionthat
'f -
pats it om hU veto. -II if
be bad not made any direct charges
: ..r-'" Canal SuppliM. agtlnat _Mr.__ Lramls.. but.. that be merely_ _
? ,t.. "J1)eanuoullced determination of the transmitted to the4vtartment the gu3alp -
: '. Panama canal coniniUalou prexumably of the Yeaesuelau capital concerning Opportunities in CaliforniaThe
I<; ;' with the advice and consent of the a transaction between Loomis and

::.: T.. president to buy des supplies for the the asphalt trust Mr. Bowen said that
if canal work in the cheapest market two of the papers connected with the

I f,.. without flW tI.1! regard to the Interest. cane had disappeared from the state trade in the Orient is opening up.
of A merit-aDl'rl>- .
;. department *

....'" ducer ready caused baa al a A New Forest Rutrv. Our exports to Japan and China multiplied
President Roosevelt has decided to
divergence of the last
i opinion among set aside about' 1,00) MMJ 'res of laud during year.

members of th.president's 'I In Idaho as of a Senator forest reserve Dubois on and recommendation Chief There will soon be a tremendous increase in
offlrtal -

-!..- ;. Some family.member agriculture.Km Forester Plnchot. of the department of the trade of the Pacific Coast cities with the Far

:::._ ;' of the cabinetare .* Breeches For Militlamsn. East.
oppose) to General Miles baa recommended in

i.L ?. this policy cot favor of cocked bats and knee bnrcbe, Big opportunities for the man who lives there.
only en account a revival of the old Continental uni
i;<"j-;< &eretuy T&ft.V.(. Awer.can .,n. forth for the entire mllltls of Ma**a. Why not look the field over ?
'':. ::}f-;,: duitrtet> but for chusetts to be worn on parade occa

{;,'':'''' party consldcrationa. One official was sions. His belief is that this would Only $62.50, Chicago to San Francisco or Los
t.--: .: Booted U saying that Democrats and inspire respect and raise 4trtotic in-

= J''-- Fatalists In the next ampalga would crest of both troop and; citizens. Angeles and return May i 2 3 9, 10,11 12 13.
', :< raise the cry of government ownership error Douglas U said t<> 00.1

".'. 't- .. of all public utilities with much greatereffect the ides.hetid.ett. 29,. 30.31 June I August 6, 7, S, 9,10 11,12,13,
t( the government taautt underi I

." >>] )o 1#*W)* &VVrM& &&A "\ %\\- { Mt LL# <3Ji { and Lh 19Q5. Tickets good for return for 90 days.
;: tig fine ia dyer ron>(>ffJIMJ triGs prf-j
.". -. tats: psrtien, I Rate for a ilwiUe burlh in a comfortable tour-
:...+ It was i'\asserted iuUwtvilu that tU BecrttarytaoUit chap 1t Tata'cntr--I Two trainmen' were killed and adz ist sleeper from Chicago to San Francisco, Los

'.' bet policy was to compel the attention I l'U r.'N injured in the wreck of aIMS
,,;. ;". of congress, a* daring the hut session 1 Four passenger train which ran Angeles, Santa Barbara, and many other pointsin
: '. !Ill recommendation that the policy of Into an open switch at Otterheln. Ind.
California only $7. Through train service from
'; ", the commission be defined was JiUorrd.1 May 14.During. ,
.... Tbe action of the admluUtraUoo was an auto boat race from Port Union Station via the
;,-. believed to have been stimulated by a Mahon. Minorca, to Toulon. France, six Passenger Chicago
?l A recent .tate ent of President: hamsey of the seven boats entered In the race
'?f'i- of the Wabash before the senate com- were either! sunk or disabled In a
':. / mitt.. when he asserted that the steel storm and tie seventh boat Is iui'sn;.
rail pool vat selling for J2i) a ton in AU of the crews escaped.Deaths. Chicago, Mllw&ukas St. Paul,

i. Canada the Mro rails which bring $2S .
a ton in thus country HIram Cronk. last surviving veteranof

,. /;J-. Report on Santa F. R.bat... the war of 112 died at nunn Union Pacific and Southern Fa&iHo s= Line
'. : .CoffimiMio&er l'routl of the Interjitate Brook. X. Y.. May 13. at the age of 105.
commerce conimUalo& bat feQ- Under the auspices several patriotic

taW< the report of the commission M fevietl.s he was butted at Cypress This is the route of The Overland Limited, leaving:: Union a
the Hills cemetery Brooklyn with military
unlawful rate
to the alleged
t trtiwportatijn of coal by the Atrhlsoa, honors after lying in state tor Passenger Station Chicago 6.05 p. m. ami Tik California t

Topeka and Santa Fe Railroad com twenty r hour to tb. city haU at Express at 10.25 p. in. The Calitomui Expires cam: .1 touriht

pany. II* uy* that the law bar New York. sleeping cars to California every day. iiotu trains carry:
toutedby Jessie Bartiett Dvisthe noted opera
beta grossly and continually v during the past 8v. singer died at Chicago May 14. through standard sleepers.

jean *o a* to close the markets for Klrke La SbfUe. theatrical tuabsger.playwright .
with the and author, died at IW11port. -
coal to shippers competing
Complete itfonr-irioc ant free
_. Colorado Fuel and Iron company. II* X. Y. May 14I OO rtctrc* of ">poo 'tth lisa I I rhn
dcciana _further that the Santa Fe and I I Samuel M, Siiubert. theatrical manager u iUc4. base _
Colorado Fuel were rirtually part&tr
la this bosiness.: In coc&ectioa vita wreck' at HarrUborg. dw.11.D that city W. S. HOWELL, Street address _. _
this report attention baa beta drawn : of his Injuries oa May, 11IteWiU'a G,al Eu\na A j.sta BiaJwNCW .,.

to th* fact that daring the perlodrr- Th$at..n. P........ YORK. CITY. City______-____ __ __ ButeDYSPEPSIA. __ _
f etwd'ta Secretary of tb* Nvy Mortoa r

WM second rte president of the Witch Haw rile laretrate. F. A. MILLER, ...
Probable dtstiaatioa ___
Atcoisoa and rk prw lent .of the the pre ol the tkin. and by it* aatis*(' CiucraJ P *Ma lie rubtftewnt and beating U : '"
.. Colorado Fuel.
tubar! tefiituatida anti('IUtll bores t
PridAt to Pay Hi. Wa,. tut rrseuu, letter, ring worm ant aU t1
:-.. .. President RoiwereH hu canned It to skin! dial A .pcd&c for Uin.1,h5rtl .. - :
'. : be made kaowu that ucWwtth L* '"*- pi.... 11. ,..ouir-e Witch Bud tO
mad br t: c. D.Wiu A ('n
coopliffieatary trans ;1i r M
will 00
scc pt :'..11.1 by Rrd Crow Pl.&rauc j, Ea G*L.l ePbaruacy CURE
t awl ('ba5. F. ea.npteti.

of hi pel'tk'Ual eiampte try to discourage CABTOR.A-- K d I DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT

th* practlc* among public d'fUloatU cruets reegue ...***** M ta ut i* Rn ran ;:;:: 0 Tt.$1. 3k.n.oa'alyueeHs.n :* a .tkiwakr$3t a .
-, of accepting recent paste remark This of I'NsIJnt ataaV J2f/ amm* na,.rsaNf ..7 ,.& Jaaatwf.

:' Litt' of the tbtcsfa rr]U d i&vytfT&zzzt E. C. DtWITT COMPANY CUICAGO, ILU .

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i f THE- =: -j coarwtabpsro L' T e remit o f these I

3<1:._ J'i; ','w'" .:.x r CCttere8eeiiadoabttb miD ften'oo I .

':"- -.x ,;:- ti ...>ttiUtU 1'Uut11Je M' retar&isgtQ St. fetenborg'obaerrifig a
;'?:.J)=_ .t., -' ': -nnt... ..&1...,. '
... \ 'I Home Treatment.
.:i' ,' cantloas reticence at to whit took place.Uk Sit icessful
'4;. __ ........ .. .. a"r.fro" !'>
toileted, however, that.tIie emperor
-,. "' '''' aHiD ETOY rsnuT MORXisawa to determined on ft prosecution of the Dr. Hartman's Cure for Female Diseases-A Generous Offer _
<; ,;: ?; BCwatrrno..... .xucxt I .

.L ti .f's c" .,T' aom roKvS alx M.OJmIL war, the government fearing the effects I to Women.K

'il"M..._ ............ .. of. 'the'disaster. on the Rut ian peopte. 4 V
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",,'-;-'t"j'f.iff r;;..,'-ii. ,1f.A. ( l'.deuf7.. tI'I&oo4\b&. adder MUCH TALK'ABOUT PEACE.-, Invalid Women are Applying by Thousands for Dr. Hurt man's

.;- .>. '$4.1".'. '"Tn 1fJ. Mt tts editor to resMiaftl* forKs There is mme talk now of peace be- .. Free Home Treatment by Letter. !
..... e4>nM oBJeBta.Oriaadd
"" T..j1: b een Russia and Japan but it doe _not 'N RS.-J. P.COAD),Treasurer the I

,;,... .lE} :;,':"-.'. fa the. latest 'Florida 'torn' in emanate from St Petersburg. It k talked 111 Ivy Leaf Club, 1.703 6th Avenu*. 1
Council Bluff.Iowa, writes:
eZ &; favor of manki pl owcennip of iu lights, of in London, Paris and Washington Pervn Is oo experimental coed

...- /t .''Lj waterworks and ..ence.&em.. At a and COOKS from those who bate no authority dI bare used it off and on now. F
; ;"7 .'<:-7-f- teas meetinjt of citizens held few days make tor three .rs.. At that time I was .
-"" peace. cured ot Irregular and painful men.
d '$! '" .ago, U was decided to ask the legislature After the fall of Port Arthur the Jape ttniatioa. Since Out time I bare ;t1A.L

: to sanction an act giving the right to the did kt it be'known that they would ep- Men It for ladtscsttoa or whenever 1
l' terrain proposal bat so far as the felt o en orfcoj art In need ola tonic
;;::,."';" ._ tax payers to tote for or ajaiost, the. peace and I have*2waj s found that It was ot
work knows terms were
bands future date for treat benefit to me. J a a therefore
: -a 4SF:-" : suing or at tome beyond the bounds of reason, if, in pleated and happy to saw_ a wont In Its

'i"i: :--_ water light.. aDd sewerage purpose act, they were given any senom consid Dr.aDd /shah gladly indorse It to
Meads. J. P.
tl '- eration. my r Coady. -j.
t ;' ,_ ,- The p&arage of the bill authorising the .- Japan will not now be witting to accept arias Hattie dra e, 2ii West 40th; St.

(1 ? :, ., .; governor's mansion La set moat of theft terma u favorable to Russia as she Sew York, writes: COADY. :' ;, r jj
: Perjaa has hanged me from a -
t= -Tallahassee 'people' to gneaing and they would hare accepted after the fall of Port fretful. Irritable nervous woman Into p :

H fI1rf-t are wondering whose lot will be detected. Arthur, or even after the battle of Muk 9 healthy and a happy one. \othlaf
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' radical team to anJ to fret me
den.. Unless a change takespl&le worry any
: : -/ The bill raialnithecovemor'lIIalary from S/a rJrlr"omlJJbooJ I su/
t in the Russian government step more. ,, has probably become a tendIo bsarlitf do. n paint aadncnomaess. ,
$3O0o f5,000
f' : will probably) be taken at once to build I i' os thin and .orrkJ

: law. Economical though the legislature new navy and a aUong effort made to recover but Peruna restore J me. Those Mho F '.

! -, may be, it has occasional fits of generosi the lost ground in the far east. kngw me before cannot understand
Ihtch.Jnge. but I can sum U all up In the
: J., This indicated by tie action of There is a probability that the ? ".
ty. was : MesseJ irord. Peruna. Haltie O,,, .

1 :: % the howe in parsing the conaiiationa I Iif" may end with another great laud titde'j Mrs. Kliiit+ettt IVrguwitt N o. 1IM>1
If the Japanese should! com off :Xi. HriHiklva J<. Y.. i'r 'sjl
.. : amendment fixing the e&lariea! of our supreme ious again on land Ku&la would be almost iirouklvn Auvlulion Sorifiv. write*'
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s- >, -. t-ourt )judge* at U,< and those ofcircuit compel!*:*] to accept Japan's term, u/am pleated to tell u bat a blessing

i<: V :' the judges at 3500. A Lilt ,U however harsh they might be, but should P.runahasbtentorna Stcral ear HATTIE + t
: *;<} my tonsiliuiion seemed broken
T.,{<' j 0 also! pending to increase the salaries of the Russ aus come off victorious, then :;>" n and 1 cared little whether lilted GF c f fl
, Hu et-ia would have a voice in making the r .!/ d. I had taken so mush medi
: { the ttate and it is generally
; attorneys, ,
. '. terms Lie tint the slght! tin botite taatlc me i\
t : : ', ,' considered that the salaries of our cabinet \k. I hrd rfaJ af) ll'erun.t curing J

; f' : officers are rather too small. It is said that several farmers the vi ':'mcn. and thought,pfrtiap It w ould r
,1 me. I bought a bottle end before
; cinity of Dania and Fort Lauderdale paid .
Jt.a. .
7 vas finisht-J fet belter. I kept on .
FLORIDA AND THE RAILROADS. negro tomato pickers a*. high as |2 per .king It, and aster tkme months'

One of the but addreeees delivered in day and their dinners during the flush: of il'fif'ji use I was a "ell"oman and
:r the ;ible to do ifc M-t rfc and undergo the a X14wr.
a. vile house last week was that'of Mr. \Yaton :train of younger dll) L"...f=lltgbcfberguson. wr

., : .
: it-" of Osceola, during the discussion of When a FloriJaman, has been mnnch- In tell of the great multitude ol air ., Ic .
"' .
t;:" fa the franchise tax Lili.s: officially reported ing roasting ears for three weeks it makes t.'n sufferlns from some r>nu of female JR HART/1AN.

f Watson said in part that he him smile to ire in a northern paper ',.ea-e and > ei unable to fitul sny cure. \
: 1. (L'hBlr'hdrnpy
; "':';- if rot a statement that if it turns warmer corn >r llarttnan, the rpm wmtl gl nt'f(1lo' qC32< ?&. --, ..;:.....,..'..:."-' ,-
t here defend the railroadsthey
w.o was to '-
> planting will begirt next week eel, ilu annouuenl wittiiinere to ,
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f. 'it- needed no defense at his hands- I 0 .- __ ?.-- ,- rent tae! treatment t>l j> many caMa* ---
or the abdomen, should apply atones No one know Ntter then l.r H*
bat be was sick and tired of seeing members W..kl; Weather Kepurt. .nko application t. !i11 during the I I
t uinmer mouths ,\ it :lnnsi char :e. and l>t-< OIfM.le.lill'ft'ta a* regular man how much the 'h.m" .ar Hiiiuliar
: r of this bouse and some people ail over i V.I.DKP4KTKL'CT aa or BUSIUC.A0aiCCLTCSK WKATB* Tt.* lrvaUit-iU \.n h' .uhl.It't1 I._\ ,....IIN"s.11 eorrr.pundtace Mill IK- Iu their -a. N.. un.Mitt. .

i T the state continually tugging at the ir"*pp.>ndtiirc. Thu d''-'itir H'll\ |>'v held trli'tlj CunfideUtUl.As rtttj than (.. dOl.>. b t'w many
JiriTtB, FtA. Mat 3<). 1905.!
ui all mt'i'ii'- !' of them .fler with aurh >tia*...
' 'I'n Jroada. I -atum, by- is w.'ll knnrn,1)r Ilarimaa t I" the
i Comparative statement temperatures in fullv ...."h. ai.J .....
nieandttietaryr.eulsth.isii! <*( The llartnuu 5ru,tanuu,. i'aucuiiy p
.. ;;.' j Ue has been a member of. the legislature and May rainfall 30, 19Q3 for the week ending Tuesday .< -.inplelo cure. Tl o mtslK'ine prelUii an liutitutioii which bt: aUrparimmtdovuuiU' '. "'M-OII'. they .b out a ..,*. ...M.

' for five or six terms and his observation 1909 1904 : can tx rtJ-tsinul si all drug % -U i\cty t-illie trcatineui ot : cure. year after y...r.N'u .

;-s, "-- has been that the railroads have May DATB.24. MAX.$t MINA 67 MAX.63 MIL 74 :ttel. Tl t# ofTt-r will hold good tilt I I\'ml di"raa. .. lie \.4 thus brought to I martyr in |"-*lry "i It.....* "* erumaaee

M23. K! 73 04 74 .uric; the summer month Any wo .tethotis3fltlsa fur!) cr.,t' ctery year, I make. a 111I.r. hutchiliit apprali
,. ;S 71 W 72 .:na van U-romv alto;1I.r patent I.) I I tie ii.,.-t of wKoji return to their homes i i human ymfMtliy line ti ..MMK.

a '" Florida than the state iUeif has done -" 87. W' 7S 07 fi9 -t"n.liD'; a \* rit n "tl.trlll."t of Itr a::?. I HI lilt irt-aUiI by corrcs-putiUt m r. '[Ge ; bunlfiixd b''Ita UU ariM uf a aaaily :

2s. M 70 >rt 72 vTiaitioii of lilt, hi srul > itomA priuripll he r Tier In uchca t to the rod wl
.viy yn | ) remwty wjxin trrnig carry esM MHH* tI
s through legislation. S9. W 73 S5 71 j
g I" :
8': 30. M 75 N> 74 l.irdeiangcmcut*. u IVruna, which every nomiti tormenrlag 1hJ ever pni ... {
.... The Kast Coast railroad, to Isis otrtain: Total rainfall for the week. 2 W in. All cu-e uf female l il!"<'ales, including should! have who 1 he* any afltfttun of I discaae.(

tr l .' knowledge, had spent over f 50X) hit: iuchea.Ot'partarerainfall tVparture. rainfall fur the wrtk plus 1 v 1.51 1111"10\1\1.41 irrernlsrrtit'; dl'nh.: I this kind. '!tear \\ I-laina--> t<-conepatieuu I I l>r. HaKUun's sympathy for iwb I. ;

ocei tion-t. inflrnrn.ilion rii,'h trcs.ittttivn :: rboultl 1.J.1rt'< Dr. b. If. UarU ubUfUtidvU, aii-t I.- <% JJIiBiroe" UUuitt USp
r advertising Florida and her wonderful since Jan. htliiO3 minus I i ri -1
i year :S.05 iuche + 'If' tLo { v..rnluiuvf* and W,"'_ Cuhtu'I.. Uldlh i tLru.+ J cult I i-ltui.,w_'.
> %; resources, and their efforts, togethtr II. P. artt4oaici.l :1jo

ti' k: with other railroads,of this state, speak in 'barge.. The
Alpine Cottage
a for Uiemtdvts.Mr. STATE CITY ToLti .
or OHIO. or "> V| .. 1

: r \Vst.W. statements will be heartily LVCAS J, CHENEY COCSTV.makes oath that f fFaANK he u TITUSVILLE. FLA., Under the naim etiiftit f Mm K4

vast of the the KoUir partner,.fthe firm of F..1.rIILSE'.t 3VIOTOH. Men, ail@i kd U t V t t/>-2rtTITUSV1LLE
approved by a majority
'_ Co doing btutnvMt in the city of Toltdo.omuty KASIKI1, Kl'N'S STKAMKIt.
r.. 1 people of Florida. This is a great mate and state afore.aid. rind that said finu Gin UUK.ITCK: KFFU It::\41 FLA. i
will pay the sum of Due Huodtitd IX>Ilars for
Ui and there should be no Nom for disa,\ ree- each and every &*e of catarrh that ann<-t be and uses LESS GASOLINE fr h rte I
cater by tbuieo( 11 tit's('4TAKEHCl'EE, I than other engine roa.Jl". Daily or Weekly Board.
" went between the railroads and the people I power any
O'l.tiiiually dVOICIII..trate thisUsminttrctal
interdependent Sworu to me and tuWnlxHl in I' House Furnished. :
they *rte. Their interesU are my t Newly
-t preface, thin 6th day of Dm-tuWr. Al). ls! >6.I I IWt I lli z.-tl 8 to ;k)0) hone pu wrr. 'I' }
:r t their aims Iud objects aremutual ) Ii !"pciat tight High !Speed sizes (rum Everything First OIaea.ILCatt.u. .
7u-;: i .
I .\. W. GLEAM :: U t > 2-"iO hone l"j'Hr,
:j : as regards the building up of a I' -. -' J Notary Public.

t r p f great country and the making of this one 1"11'1 (&urrh Cure U taken intHLIII,.. and tw Benj. W. Jerome, H"j k'li.Irrtt, n..r ha-!

acts dinrtly the cf the most ft rtile and states
. E' of the t.ystem. SnJ fur tntimonuH frw-
l in the L'uivn. F J. CHENEY (X).. TuIedo.ObisU11BTOTLI.l1. }:ST PAJ.M UKACH. fJ.OHlU\
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Also State Agcot for
4 SITUATION IN THE FAR EAST 9aart \10 its \sA ''Ise HM IitJt1t4 toffA
Little hope for the lluatuus can be udnt. -
! < found in the latest dispatches regarding: d .. tG t( -CYCLE MOTORS, I .fl
-I- intite attention to
jour .
i 1'.' ii the \'a11.aUe! off Tu iaiind.F :i ,12 u. p. jump al anti! u(> tu date.t I ,lmuryoratai ..IIJ.V t at.ta.tlirMalll

lie follow in Hose --- - -- -
'. .i.:' Only foqrof the vmls of Ik.jei tven- ? prices on our : fill OiltlLMIl) .. :.' ttl.tfa

c f: aky'sfleet are known to hate reached popular brands of ('(Mtliilt totes EAST COAST MEAT MARKET III the Indun K'Vrr town
,> i trv cot thet k'er,
71> fk Vladivostok, tie cruiser .mu and the iiiown u> the "I'rinre" and the 0, F. DUREa, Agent, at V* Riser ando air

rf trl| "'(). K. Queen:" I I II
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";.f Y. .. Terosialty.The IIr' : \ Florida and riUt'KS TO Sill THKTIMKS.;
full extent of the Uo *;an casual- I
.k= > 7-15 Prince StOtt't, : 0.K> -
.4 fui tu4 It .
tf *
: f' tie in men and officers drowned, oucJedorcaptoml I r' \ WesternotallKiods
u ,
: '.Ii' : !UM : OrritiaiT .
is not yet kno n. The t". i I II

l t'f Japa&e Wes, u reported (nm Tokyo, FI +t t, 0. K. ijiiffit Storr, '-::.1 ll.lM I i Meats TITDSVILLJ awn MUriI.tUtr.urtsr'ilnl

ant only three torpelo Imau rank, three 4 '-t-I ll.WI \ ur MAITT1&o tu...

,'I officer kiUVd and about A*) men killed 4. 4 4 .. VIM; HUH / Coder sad by flrtv" .f do ,u ..f &Dr I +rki

: dUablrd. Not of the big fightingthips hUt cirrait oxjrt fc.r the .mtktra i>strut
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t of tWU. aaac IIIJIJ notarrd .s ... ..
kt. i of the Japaceve navy w aa kU BRUH WITHlif:.; Illustrated rirrulam giving full I JITt 'VILLE .- FIAIUID.11! day uf Apr 1 i I) I-u* .:. art Mil * B .1I6&, v. TU 1..t... lieu titan
u a norclty. The huUr tU ctviliuiiori I
t known ,btace
It is now definitely particular, on application to fs.tortoa .pINIJ a id'ra-- ra w Ishalt.
1'. ,i ,' He the lamer the number of hra*hue IB a--. I nulls C.IrnAVlyattrMETtsy .4 Kin.t t taj ......., ......... tdiaslN
, r. Admiral R>} tvert ky u calami Ja.Uir.g by the demand tare our nieto- TlUTI
f; EAKH and .U.-.1t4 tb+reiJI", Iou ". ... ter wle
;. : i* ftrrkxuly %ocnd*d, bat it U alphas from mete tare reached a hub state of refine JAS. IMtrrnUKDJL.SON, 'I ;tre arc rti" 'ru is drc t.t <>o rkeb ,.! '1n >d tvii ie ffott ..f thr ,ki .f g/ ... n.r
4 1' Int'nLt.n day we tell more and mon :) rr..owIJ 5140 tl.4 gr.1 aan.a ref )1... tryiw of hft rod tx.utji m TH )lie. KW"
t"! Tokyo, will recover.: of these eicelJrnlTOOTH TituoTilie, .1or da. \\'iiiw Kit*. and to j..liY tall and a,. al'l Ilk... tM kk da, ..f Jsu, A D !.. .ttfcin
I. OIb0 inj.f9 the ftI'GA twa "f the your tW tai kuon uf.k oar .a4 4Nt ... Mirkttiatzdtnbptrnyrrty
;' : Admiral Vovlkeraua is ed to BPr.-Hr>. HAlK BHI'MIBs,
i-l ;: supptt laJ, and mJwU a1i." ,,1 l .wttlt
".J hUt peri*ted. BATH BKUSHIX tt<<. I J. L. MOBLEY I btrtby U1jfl and _rt that all1 s.siiuwaing I \11 'Mhrtta.1i trot A Iut4 I,.., aaa 4
. : Perhaps tie fine quality bas ha.i sour '. -,rta ialJy telattoetotbe .id yuaag < id tW rwubl hU ..r Brr..ant ... \.....
t < ,; ,i'. Interest BOW tarns to the situation in thing to da a ith it-f rha}" its tW price. TITUaULLE, FL.\. 111 hitb bate teen aUritotwl lu n>.. 6' as a4Ak r.f Florida lu t...., it furl
i all well ed. havtb: teen UrU4 *raiUrly oriaini ted 1.11W. art twW' boa '21 .uta rwra.a tW,, vain
: { Iii as the result! cl the naval d l& ter.f Anyway, porctaaers an ple fir ali kto is of Paiiitw, Kalsnauoieg and aUuUuly aW ia1: i. tkmti Jwjr Sol auJ ti.irty In tf. ..aaof
f r, The emperor Wednesday sarsiooned to RED CROSS PHARMACY, Suiting, Ficuhing and PaperHanging T Ii lusrru\. the TaIa roerdiw i..... .,.. t1t .
, .. TlTt'S\LLF.. at the most reasonable price: 14rsuoany apptsrtd I.thre me this Yet day use ytsa ADd wrrta ur ins t'Sia.i. 5b.
" the place at Taarskue-Selo all the memUr of H*J. H A at (--. I'll T 8 Saud.rt. to I IIIa tit a..rita u SIr+ 1Mnaa& !IIIfI ai iew-"
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,. orrnsaste.i good workmanship.fork bell h.wa. .11.0 ttii.g dat"rn. t..t !!! eat of aiLI eM I" PVI..t 'I4rJt l MIM: tIi
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l ;::.. W8 and ail his mioinerj dews aadseries M n.a ads Specially solicited. Let EM know what gad ytat.rotMitL !;. iii.......
c fOIl want aid get ay tttimiu on it. E. X. AKDKEWS. I I ? 1ITktaTac ....
., i- ,' t of cuafertEce took place a* to Prompt attention given to all work Nt.ry Pnb11s f'w..., 11Ift; fcrt.

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jl7' .,- .FBIDAYa_ JUNE 3,''lS* THE FLORIDA STAR ,'5:: -:-, ?j

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'R Ali aril pore ia that coactry i* set at ,
\ JZ SICILIAN the hiJhe t DOkh. Physically i lflJ<
-wir Renewer any and temperamentally Eciseoaoer i* a Tfot1AsTIUtOEOSata. ,"
giant of the keyboard. By reason. of his # '
KwevitheWrmilesliBeirie lDtresttrejthefrc5hnes5> : Just artistic triumphs in America is the seano .
Culture Elocution and Millie ,
VA* yoa need if year bait is ftdedortttraiat trap fot k always of I90WH, the pablic appetite Bat- Physical our SpeeUItiw
IfMtotTtthe tototv.Stops failing hair, 1Iso..,.:. :, orally whetted for hit second coming ia la,09!)lPUi tab r<**iD bntldta,sad i3l]invt. Steam Heat EWtrfe Ufkta, "
GjTDBMJnm SwimmUf Poor Good Far,OuEtate UamTpuuei. &ft Fwa&r tt -1
the early part of next fart"It Tea Ttucaow. u
ia important to remember that this"giant .
THEBUCKMAN of the keyboard" thin greatest of -K

living pianists cboee EYmt& piano lot opens Sept txt..IJ\1I. rot free cata111C't: eddies,

,EDUCATIONAL ACT his great work when !a America tn 1903- I, COCKRANE HUNT Presidont. ',.

W, and it ia still more tm mrtant j and .
F' 1; 'White Gorernbr Brawd post nm -I the need and reqdrenunU of the same highly significant that he confirms the _. .. ... .. -. v-,': I
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I irfly.recBwi,many' petitions onjlcf him 1 aa prescribed in this act and the eorrectneas of that jod/mect by choosing. : ,
power Everett for his toor&f 1SOWML .. B. L. :BEADY & BRO. f 3
to mo the Bo km&D bill, it II believed 1,given thereunder and the fund and We challenge the world to produce a ,-

1- by many that.It ItpUloly h'u duty to means at their command or which may parallel to the I ttl&t OATb Everett

F tip the meawre, and there II no doubt! naturally! come to the control of the stateboard pianos (the prevent, or new Everett) u GROCERIES HAY, GRAIN AND ALL FOOD PRODUCTS.

a. that I&.m beoHM a la. bearing bit igoatore. leas than seven year on the market and '
of education for socb purposes,and W.ha dye pro > ell kbld. We are Sfeati for Us;**' Fertiliser. Wt deal exclnaivsly
I Sentiment U divided a* to the I if advisable after yet it U chosen for the highest possible IB the above lines of r 04t. solicit the trails of all ma m..n. Writ. u for (rifts c*
wisdom of enacting _such a drastic law may. careful consideration class of artistic work by the foremost men Onia aad all Groceries,delivered at yore station. K, L. Bully BJro..Trm\'nu,Fu. x

r ,bat\ drcaumaocet were wch as to 'I I appropriate either temporarily or and women on ,the concert state such asBetsenauer --><_._--- -.-- -.- ., ._- -- .-- _. .. --- I

x ma.. warrant it. Demand for appropriations: permanently, the location. lands, build Barmebter, GabrilowiUch, 1JIl14..G<>NER & cOes9 I

by tU triuteea of the several educational ingf, property and effect of any one of Mme, Birdice lily, Lillian Nordic and

. *1: institutions amounted to from seven weifht said. vacated and abolished institution many others. Staple and Fancy Groceries lilT, 83feMli&t! : l

hundred thousand dollars, equal toa for inch purposes.. Said board being These magnificent productions of the *,

seven-mill tax. It u doha! wading hereby vested with an absolute discretion art of piano construction are carried in .

a throogh the \legal verbiage of a legislativeenactment. and power In the matter of. location and stock by the Indian River Music House, VEGETABLES SPECIALTY .

In plain word, the bjll pro. situ of said institution. That in the location at Titusville, Fts., who seal! them on Titvuaxrlllo. i i Flo1-1d.n.

vide for the appointment by the governor of the Florida Female college hereby equally as-favorable tenns as they art .- ..,. -- < -_ -- --
of a boarif control: of five cilii na.ThU created, said boards are hereby authorized d posed of in the largett cities north or

board i* not required to be confirm. and empowered to locate and fix !south. Buy the New Everett, the artistic H. M. LOCKHART. :: ::

ed by the senate, and the governor will the same (after they shall have located standard of toilay, and we azure you .-- -' -

,, no doubt wait until after adjournment the said university) at one of the place that you will have the best piano pro- Ikalerin.i :r General Merchandise. z

before selecting then. He will i dncvd in the world. ,
give occupied by any one of the said abolished ..-- -- .---_._. ------
\ much thought and care in choosing this institutions under this act, having special -- -
r Jo.t ti bat E'*rj-on. tllutuloJ 1)0. co&abtinf of everything''
r board, a* the requirements demand the regard for the character and condition of ROCKLEDQE FLA.
beet men that can be'found. When the I the ground, buildings and structures always Mr. J.* keeps T. Barber a bottle,!of of Irwinville Chamberlain'sGilic lea, usnally Cist-elsutenerst kept D. tnra._ =:::: :.:.. >--, _.::;.:;"::.

selections are made there will be a jointsession .. thereon of such abolished institution as Cholera: and IHarrlioea Remedy at __ __ _..., _.. L _- ___. -._ -- "" .__. .,
of the board of control and the they may select, its location as to health hand sod ready for instant use. .Attacks .
A. G.
state board of education, composed of the and acojpoibility, and its a tal.tabilitI1Qthe of colic, cholera: tuorbus and diarrh jea SPAULDING. & BROS1Base
come on so suddenly that there i is no
governor, secretary of state, attorney gtn- particular needs of such an institu-
n time to hunt a doctor or fro tu the! store
eral, state treasurer and state superintendent tion. Said boards are hereby further authorized for mwlicine. Mr. Barber says: "I have Ball and Goods
of public instruction. Them ten .i directed and empowered to tried Chamberlain's; Colic, Cholera and Sporting :

men will meet in Tallahassee, the gov- change the location of the institute for Diarrhoea Remedy, which uonv of the
best medicines I ever t-aw. I keep H bottle
error presiding, anti under the provisions the blind, deaf and dumb, heretofore created of it in my room as I have ha>leMl -- -I'

of the act will officially abolish all of the if they shall deem such change lo attacks of colic and it had proud to be The H. & W. B. DREW CO.

,. state educational institutions. Then determine cation ii! and expedient, and after they the best medicine I ever used. Sold by ,

.: the location of the University of have selected and located the lI&hll'm.v Red Cross lliarmacy. Jacksonville
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the state: of Florida, and the Florida Female rsity of the State of Floridaand! the said -
college, and prescribe the general! Florida Female college! ; in caw they shall Distributors for the State of Florida. '
rules and regulation for their governance" determine to change the location of the : amendment to t I.e house bill relative

and m"lIlt"ut.'hi1 nothing definite institute for the blind, deaf and dumb, to the Waill'r t'ard claim whereby
The trade supplied at inanufArturn IOlu."tlritw.
is known, it is generally believed they shall change the same to and locate the senate judiciary committee proposes Retail order and club outtH receive cartful attention.

that the university will remain' Lake the same at one of the places now occupied letting the claim go into the coutUis considered send for catalogue

City, and the college will be located at by some one of the said abolished the bust solution to a perplexing, .
The in'OI"111I"al! -- '
other institutions institutions which question. mutter -
Tallahassee. The to they shall select for

remain in existence! are the colored nor such purport; not already selected by propot-ition, end it will require careful DO YOU WANT TO KNOW ALL ABOUT THE
consideration the hands of beet
mal a-hool and the school for the deaf them for the purses herein provided, at the '
:Y and blind. This joint meeting of the having due regard for the nemsily and juriiits in the Iatt". This amendment w ill
of probably Us adopted by the t-enate. Tht"Il'ntimt"nt EAST COAST OF FLORIDA?
two boards will determine lit0 any requirements the Mine, its situation
oft he hour this is
change In the Icn-ation of cither of tiuro I and accessibility, and adaptability to the on subject

4i two institution* that may be uect sary. purposes of such institution, and in selecting unknown, but it ia likely to receive more Ks ecally! regarding Fruit Growing, Trucking kiui
ry favorable consideration than other
It is probable that the colored normal saul location shall have due regard any ti.'ut'ral Funning: Jf *). NulcriU fur the .. ,
will remain in its present location, jnfOt and make provisions for complete! separation plan, exceft, iwrhaj, the enactiiu-nt of a
law appropriating but a small IK'rnnta,t! FLORIDA EAST COAST HOMESEEKER.
outside of Tallahassee, and that the but with equal contUenl accommodation -
of the full claim.
school for the deaf and blind will be I and ithin reach and under the ,
moved from SC Augustine to Gainesville! I I control the tame corptf c-f officer*, teach -- PRICK: CENTS PER ANNUM.WEDONCK : l.
Furious 'IMlne. A MONTH, !s IMI'I.F: OOI'V : :
FR} }
or one of tie other pyinU where the slat era and managers of the white and colored "Fort'venears," writes lieo.V. JIJ"a4; -4, -

-r has hare suitable! buildings than at t.1 I inmates of the same, so that there will t",> IktTman of Ilulot'r, \\'aJh. "I had a

V- Augustine. no admixture of amiciation of the rolls. !hitter tattle with chronic Mciiouli :and E. Y. BLACKMAN Editor MIAMI FLORIDA.
liver trouble but fart i uoiianJ ,
Station 17 of the bill makes it clear regarding 1 I I The prevent boards of ail! the etau edu at .
my dim-oscs by the neof r'! T; changes in l )cat oI\\. It sale: "In I eationalinstitutions are abolifhed by the I r\'lull,. 1It1 them U> ail, -
determining the location of the l'ni\'t' act, but will serve until! relieved by the and don't iolt'n.lm the fuuue to I*" without -

ty of the Crate of Klori-b, created and', hoard of control. them! in the house. They aw certainly OF SEA
wonderful medicine 0'ure nuti QUEEN
: _wttaWUhetl by this art, the said lioarda r The school abolished by this act art the a a ROUIES.i
had C3tK u mine. .vi.l: unjrrtee j/luran-
P. to j tint meeting! awmbrd! bhall takifr In white normal school at Ie Fumak U) ill) the name for you, at lu-.l CfII..e

to consideration the lands, property! Springs, the Hart Florida S-minary at Pharmacy at 50c. a b >tte.! Try them toddy. -

buiKiinc. and cilualiounf the rwjvtivenstitutiun t Gainesville the Agricultural Institute lo i
ray; : --- -
( tunI in and atml'ulicJ b> I rttin Oi i>ta county, anti elate aid is PECULIAR PINEAPPLE. Merchants & Miners Trans. Co's

this act, having tt&fi Ui the lot rnunent withdrawn from the &t. J't'krllblllJ Normal .
y From the Miami Homing New
location of such All iniitali lit f>n\e I and Industrial institute

-:' -- central (mint in the stets, kith ga', raph- !i I This act carries an appropriation of Yesterday morning (We>Jne&d8y of tl.w STEAMSHIP LINES
well to (IS0O011 w out its week) Mr. Saonden brought up from the t
dally and a to iiopulxion, M as I i, carry provision ,

.__ __ u ,-,._-_._ -------------" ,--- Key plantation cf launders Bros and I BETWEEN
THEIR DEAD. MAGAZINE NOTES. had on exhibition at the Drake Produce
Ob's packing house a pineapple \ tint SAVANNAH BALTIMORE & PHILADELPHIA.
: Two or thl'Pt' weeks ago the Jacksonville Lovers of nature and the animal world ,
which was acuriity. It *at grow ing tn
='t Time Unl an ,e tont of the are going to find no article In the June
n pave a cavity of a piece of log and w _g supported -
magazines so much to their liking and Direct Connection for
; : flndicg of an Indian n>rje by one H. X. by lets than a hatful\ of tarth. In
profit as John Burroughs essay in the
.; Neal.of Neel P-'m' Reach, who h carried addition to a fine pineapple! of the "IS"6i
"A Beaver's
Cosmopolitan, Ha >n. Washington w York and Boston.
the plant contained a dozen or more
. the body north for exhibition purl-*e*. Mr. Barroiigh's explains most clearly
di14. The email quantity of earth in _
This week about right Incensed Semi- and fully the difference between animal
which it ,ho that the
crew pineapple
and human intelligence which is Through tickets on Kale at principal joints.AcfowiiHMlations .
: a
.. t': nol Indians' went to Miami seeking ii largely depetMient upon air f>-r sutenante. .
ter on which everybody would like
to tie
i advk to have the body brought back amifor informed. and ruihlt.un,Ur&JhW4l.&

the punSkhroent of the man for removing SEND FOR BOOKLET.

it They The leading notdrttewhich niir
= it and canjirg away.
,., en"ouJ'ajlnIeDL in complete! in Uppincou's Marine for Juneis II. ('. A VKItr: ('om'l4'11'. Jarlsouilllp.J. .
% ; Indians were given the newest, and perhaps the hnrhtext, AyefsYou
their effort to have the corp brought of all the sus storks by the Rev Cyrus C. WH1TXET 24 Y. ?. k, T. .., W. P. TURIEB, 0. P. A.,

Back; and the man who took it away pun. To ,i>s-n.l lirvlf. It is no&woithy that GE5EB1L OFFICES, BALTIMORE, ID.

: i.btd. )1 r. Brady i is j>i"l reentering the ministry,

Totntuie Tiger, who paks English which he I kit several years at) forth* can hardly find's: home

.; fairly well, said that the dead Indian who pursuit of Hteritare. Thi. thfrt-km u without its Aver s Cherry

bad been carried away ass named Dr. probably the IaM tale we shall hate from Pectoral. Parents know whatit

Wilson and had been a medicine man. him for year to cotne. It recite the romance does for children: breaks
4. I Jortb than this he wood give no in- of a righting! lieutenant of:h CJ,it

'foraaUon: The oll er Indians were gram war and a sroihtrn' girl who could aontduKooct CherryPectoral

aDd silent, though their eyt* sparkled him in bramy. Their ad Ten-

with fire when Tommw was talking about Wren, terminating in the right kind of a

the crime that has been committed a/>ainrtonaof match are varied throujh all the epuod

their dead. of a ra right, imprisonment eecap : s
up a cold in a single night, ,e
The majority of the whiw peope! *" and they are envelope*!in the pktartqi wards off bronchitis, prevents

Ue,.. that the Indians are right and tUt local color which Mr. Brady never fails of pneumonia. Fhysuuns advise ,

no OM ha the right to ute and remove cnatiog.TUB.
parents keep iron hand. Take-Down
Reheating Shotguns
: vol.onteereJ .TW.krft e..g II ........... _. hoS basIs
NEW SVE&ZTT PIANO. tuna....*1 a.taar decry ewe/t--.L'o,..... v Mete f: .t Tte notion that one matt pay from tfty Coshes upward tn wafer to jtt I Ia
Indians recovering the body of >, Mr. J. A. Homan is among the Grel .I....a 551.14. ).n.k..1 good abotgMs has been ptettjr effectivedupelltd! .: u c ths advent t-f

Wilson and punishing the one who took I most American writers on ramie and moskia&a. s..we Ail 'A,na I --. the Wtachester Reptiunf Sbc.cUl1. Thee gun arc K.14 wttoia ru;h r

U away. In the Ciadonui Enquirer, rr w for of almost e-erytwdy's pur e. They are ute, strung reIibU aod t.t!/. l

s' If the Seminoles penitt in nel.irg< thinlerrtllnf Aprit S\h, l$0o, Mr. tomes says of Al- Lungs When it cornea to atobCKg ju.iLue no CUD male beats them. TKcy +

caauer it It po.-iWe that ODe of the mast bed Retseaaeer; arc male in is and ift ga:igc Step into a gun etc fc ad cxamiz one
ewrewnmi before the "Thocgb a German, Mr. reiwrmsner FREE: S..J aas aar.Jbu1 sr a asd ray fw w Ya. gIursssl rsraloex i
.. cottrtJ sad the public will r* alt hat always beta! a favohu ia Bu-tiia, and PKtsralInU r alJrtc uo coWL



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--. n .: bis reports about him and made formalde&lajs

i : :. _*?*:>, _?. 'of the rartxa charge( of ex* BOWELS BUY PAINTS MANUFAGTUBER. i
!{':* Mf*:* PattersMi TrialSbcwahM traragaoce and pproprbt1oD. l filii TIlE i i
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"i tt latt ,ttictder',trial baa beea retired .aL aais.11. -JS-
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:}.f, -, "" feriti*:rasarkabie 'cotnaenU.of tai I A FOREIGN .1 ...a..t.. uwil passel w.. .,k..p1e.Lp Than to other housein
.. who ........saw amt cJNa M t.leU any
Court Justice Davis
::f: ;, ; pntae pre- .
''. f&ed at tbe first trial and the'mlstrtalof Germany Dan"':. CANDYCATHARTIC the World for first class, ..

,.,', -e i .m ; of Patterson. His remarks were I, The-report that.Genaaa troop haj J4 high grade, best quality ':

: '31.J..i } mate tt the banquet'of the Phi Delta j -
: occupied Hak&u, In the wafhern prov Paints Sold either ready
"..,,{. t.,< ".... 7i -: -.":.;.." rtd, dftb al .Sew' ,Tort.In.. the setendS3 : (see of Sbangtuag china and that th* ,
..p.."h ; _, ,..J''trial before me" be said, referring to German fag had bern raised was denied for use or in paste form,

i ;t i. : Vitas: tt8IODi'"tt* moment went t oSctally by the German authorities to be thinned down. '"

oa' tbs stand It was obrU> (that she at Berlin. The story la attributed from the
7. only
",4f- '.. '.* falsehoods from the beglBulcg 1 Buy I
>'-i" "; ." gWutC1ling' Ito the fact that German gunboats are t t
,! to the:'eW. The my air was' taking soundings near that port pint manufacturing house JM

} charged with the fact that she was ; EAT 'EH LIKE CANDYPlMttet. in the country selling .,
was She Emperor WiUiam MttquotoLEmpenr Pa atspl., ....t..t. lane Oaot DOooi.
lying. Yet abe a woman.
E : 1 of telegraphed K'r.r BUk.".W..k.. etfirtr*: 1/.IS..4M direct from mills to user
the'rl it of thepublic William Germany t
Wit yooag. It was *Bt*, r box. tsdc A tn.sesipaea.a bGoa
to sympathisewith her. People to the czar of Russia disclaim let.akiM tlu A44fm 4DShrfen All other Paint makers: !
;f... 4 } the utterances attributed to him ttmati Ceseae CMcsae tr ...Tort. g
*' seemed to know that abe was not ing
t:f /. ,f> telling the truth... d the great public with reference to the Rotan defeat at KEEP YOUR BLOOD GLEAM depend on dealers for the sale of their paints

f; .,: ,1' of New. York saUU 'tVhy should >he Malden, la which he was said to hare .. --- ,-- That means one heavy expense and one profit that: I j

not, Jte? 'Let her Me. Let her get; the 1 I referred to the dissipation of the Knslan *- CaI'M OW Sore we cut out of our business. I

benefit of pier ties.' In (the lght of the I I troop and described the Japanese tstnorelanJ. Kan.. May 5, 1903.: We sell direct the
ail the ** of GaL" At Berlin the Snow to man that uses paint. I
'c last disagreement i feed tore that the } acoarg 414f\1 Snow Untn -ntCtt.our

:i r Biajoritjftof the'people Lelhte that the j I'originators of this version of the em liniment cured an old sore on the stele of You may think that you can do as well :as \ve could I i

pUtoI that killed Caesar Young was !!f.I! peror' spwrfjes bar been prosecuted ftiy chin that 11 supposed tutoorn to anti be w'\IM a ean- do for you, if you should try to buy a certain brand of I J t
for leie majesty.: eet.r rl I.e ire wa
held, by. Nan Patterson, .discharged by ; not yield to treatment, nctil I tried Snow" paint that you thought well of direct from the manu II'acturcr. I
her and was bought by J. Morgan French Cabinet Suttain Liniment. Mrh .1 ..lhe work in ttiortor'ttr. 1

Smith In an attempt to. get money The French chamber of deputies rotted My .i.iir.. }111I.. >>>pliia J, Cans'.!!, But you would make a mistake. i Ii

t3< from Caesar Young. I do not mean to May 15, 445:: to .... '10 favor of ad. AUensville. Mitfin Co Pi, huts a are The manufacturer might take your money and sell ij

J. say that .be took the pistol from tile''t i jourolug alt discussion of the subjectof and mitroiotA1iJ&t it is a cancer. IMease you the paint, but he would take care to charge you; as H

-z' reticule and shot him In the side .[ neutrality In the far east after rend fa'ra SO* tlOtt t'. SpU by fed Cross !
I do believe that she had the pistol and'i, Prime Minister Uourlcr had refused to Plsaruiaey and Ku Gallie Pharmacy.t much for the paint as if you bought it from a dealer. He I {

it _i-. allowed It to Caeaar Young. An argu answer or dIscuss the questions put bySoelaliat t \Ir..C ... would put on that extra profit, to "protect the dealer". t !
= followed and be took hold. It. I I' M. Rourler said
; ment ., deputies ) I'nrl XVDMam facts right baa- We have no salesmen or agents to increase the colt t
I In the conversation and subsequent that all had been done that was po&dtl Life his fir him no bliss, of
struggle the pistol went off'and be was to maintain neutrality.Auitria Ff-r !If' ran't Tula of wht-n 'tf@ bajA our paints to consumer. i :

g killed, I believe that if she told the R>!*.. It. Tariff. wos-:-r t pear v''*''Own C' this.? We quote to the man that uses the paint the lowest I -j

o tory on the witness stand at the eec- The new tariff bat! for Austria.Hungary and best price reserving no margin to protect ;agent I 1
ocd trial u It really happened the "sec I which baa passed Q@ lower house If yon want a pretty f.set, and delightful We freight.
would have acquitted her. pay ,
4 jury sir, .
of relcbsrathlias the effect of Increasing
; In a newspaper Interview Miss Patterson I hey check and lovely hair We gladly advise our customers about paints.
f : duties on all Importations from
expressed: surprise at JustlyParis' every t'Ountrr1tbout discrimination.The \Ve lding trip arroj the tea, Write for sample cards and paint: advice and blanks ,
comment and reiterated her denial Put your faith in Uotky: Maintain Tea,
:; had the revolver or of bill now goes to the upper house Afk!: your tlnl ieLturprlse. showing how to measure houses to show the quantity of !
of having
: U; and them to the emperor }*fore It .
i i f; having killed Caesar Young. It was. ran become a law. It will aSO: hare ta( paint required.

.. t : t reported that she bad signed a contract be passed by the Hungarian pariia- How pa>>slnif strange It wrmrd to roe. Ask: any first claw business house or any tank in New Orlcao, ur
: : with Hurtlg & Seamon to appear I never shall forget.
: : ri
: meat the mercantile if
agencies we' are responsible
. That I went out In the rain j
-" In Taudevtlle for $ ,OO) a week. day I
: Russian FIttts United. And found that It was wetiLlppincott'a
k May Free Life Prisoners. j
j Siagazlri.Quality
i. McWilliams Limited.
' lawyer France formally notified Japan that 1,1R.. ;
Miss Mary Phllbrook. a woman
: 11. : :. the Russian warships 'ere..t last clear
o If' of New Jersey has raised the con. from lodo-Chines water. Hojestveu- n Quautlly.lUnl Iom! Store and Offices, 342 Camp Street i!
- t' tltutlooal Uon as to the powen musclH and Uroiie ln_)y do not '
qu sty had effected a Junction with the Factories IUS, tl17, IIJIJ, till South front .treet. I
t: t of the court of pardons, which threat depend' on the quantity of f K)d you eat,
1 second division under Nebogatoff, and New Orleans Louisiana,
its J'ecllon and *>
ens to really free life prisoners In that kit on perfect pr j jr
i .E tate. In convenatlou with Governor tie combined Beets! were reported May itriilation. When yon take Kodo! Dy'pepsia ESTABLISHED 1893. The oMit paint manuf.&ctLlI1'MIX- in t. n- f
1- t 10! to be moving northward toward Cure all the
: Stokea on May 16 as counsel for one your gH tinuous &ucct.sfal u| ration urhcrlilt uuu ruteQt, kwulh of Louiot.::
H' f the paint near Formosa where the Japanese nounlhntentoutuallthe f.xl you eat j
who baa served thlr'K St. Louis.
: Ubble Garrabrant or
t ships under Togo were supposedto It digests what yon eat regardlem of the 1'1
. t : ty yean In prison, her death sentence lie In wait. condition of the stomach and conveys the __ __ i

. t, i baring been commuted to life Imprisonment. nutrient properties tu the blond anti) tie er }QiL.ft\-mu. .. ,

,:r" r l the constitution the court of pardons I EDUCATIONAL I entire cptein. Kodal' ruins indited ion, ,)

'; bid no right to commute a sentence of dyspepsia, belching, ooor etoinarli, weak
< it had hearts, etc. KoJol IlY'IIt'I"'IA Cure f..r
death and that by so doing
J.w lt Lift For Library. nisi in souietinits cailetl Anierica's national
'I usurped the powers of the trial court During the laying! of the cornerstone disease.-JTeiclIa-is drtiiied to Florida East Coast

! J. There la no ute sentence In New Jersey of the library at the eventually work nudetfut and lastiuk'l Railway.Local
> new building .
except that resulting from the commutation
r 'nefit to wiffcrers/ from this distressing
i-. of the death penalty : Stanford unherslty on May 15 the fact S..''i l
I and mind hara eingccnditiong >y

, :' : pr Astonished by Armour Rebates. i shortly was brought before out her death that Mrs.bad bequeathed Stanford- Ked Cuw and Chan.I'tmniiacy F. CampUll., F..n: Oaliie 1'l rmacy Time Card No. 62. In Effect April 17,1W5.

t /* l' Testimony brought out by the Interstate her collection of Jewels, valued at ..
DOWN. >0TN-BOUiO-aU9 lif.Trains .
commerce commission at Chicago .
!r l' : Sl,('(4.X)), to the university 'for the Fur Orlily Yenra. ,
. f baa startled public officials by showing of books for the II. I j ,
buying Iii
of purpose Mrs. Will81mu'! Fotliinjt Syrup haytarn b. It NS w TATIONt Iae.71Ie.
; i the lystemallc Juggling transportation WI 11'. This! large fund will soon bring ult' over sixty years by ilhoiii Dell,. I Dtll.lIMp I M,. DeY,.
* and of rebatas
\? hills th granting
Armour private car Hoes. District the Stanford library Into the first class. of mothers for their children 11 hile tntlij. 5 tO a1 LT ........._..Jar...:...,11I. ... 'U_'_ ar.ioop! S Ma
; Work of Philanthropy School.Edward with perfect uaw'!''s. It *otll1'8 the lOTpl I II a; ..._ ...1JA'h'>Dlll1e; _..,_ i. 5 n !' 1 n.
i Attorney llorriaon of Chicago was chub, softens the gum. aays!! all: pain, $ p 19 .* .' ... ..._? __ tti, Aufinln ,.._" IMp 'lOa
l: called to summon the witnesses T. Pevlne, director of the colic and is the bet Mp.llllaTltp.lltOa ..._.........Hsattasa...__. 4 "po' '* a
reumly ..
upon cures .
school of philanthropy at Columbia ...-. but ralatla.... _...... 4 lip /is
" tr for the grand jury new for diarrhoea. It will" uwlirtr the poor

. Before the senate committee on Interstate which was endowed with $250,0u littletwlT..rtr ill1u lijAtt'ly.o'IJ! l>y druj; T Jipll tip Ar ... .. .. ...... ....Pditla.____ Lfif t 19 f 100ISp1131aLr
..,.. .. ..fal'IU....._ ... loopIt Ilia
commerce President Robbins of by John S. Kennedy and which Is to eists in every part of the or!
the Armour car lines admitted that he open with the beginning of the next cent a bottle. IV fine and ask fyi sup,\ loop Ar ... :;;;; .w........ _. 1151' USn
". t- bad or thirty exclusive contracts tibI year, has formulated hU plans "Mrs. Win*lo.11 Snnthinif Syrup," and 210 f. ROOa LfT ...., a.nY.t u "''._ .... Ar, Mp,! lOa c
-- .
Involving monopoly of fruit for the courses of study This will Include th0 other k'nd. lipDIl ). L. ........ .... .. 5rota ... .. ... Lf i IStp','50; ...
a 0> |>..I4Tp810p .. ... ..... ..ltu".l1.... ., ..,.. I J lip: I Ma n
transportation; with railroads In the the preparation of students for DAS'rQII.A.Dean ; 99and ll 33 1' .. ...... ......_i'uiL.". ......__.. I| l tpj! $355 r..
J I II t Producer and any form of social service, professionalor t 41 1'1'! ;. p ..... t.r..4 .. .... ._. .. I' 55 s .
: 1 west and south. shippers w .d 1t11aw7 h Halt hears !$ I n' 135 p .-.................1..'...... ....._.. .... j 1 00 |,;; i 4l .w.
f had to accept the Armour rate volunteer. Among the positions 8.I ta2e 101 1 ilp ... .. .. furl Orange .. j :a..p! .Ha fs
: but since the company was private. he which offer' the lest rewards are thoseof / >3Sp L xt3pAr. .. ..Sts.aiuit5a. .. IMp, Ilia
QG 7 1 z t.+aa .s :=..: :!.
t.' telleved It was not subject to the Interstate Investigator district agent registrar 19 11 al 3/. p' Ar. _, ......La..U..,.. u L. II 41 p;i' Up 0
4 I commerce laws.D ., secretary., etc.. In relief and charity Trains 10 it ., IMp ,", .__0'180' .. .. UMp hip
+ I' 10 iS aj t W _Orac i e City JuittU-* IJ SB p I II p
organizations. IIl : n
f t' .Weeds .f.n.. CoIl.p. 913p a15p'Lr ... .., .. ...!In Swrr-a... tf ) w t> w aIH ,
1!: George II. Wood, the New York cou- BILIOUSNESSCONSTIPATION 100/\pI .up; ......... .... nap lullTllutftito..... ....... |. M a .,
TS' t tractor tried at jMnervllle, X. J.. forM I INDUSTRIAL 1 1Par"Y" ::: I0UpI1etp. Ar .. ..... .. .. ,-I Up- Zeta Uo \
the murder of George Williams, agrocer 00 a' ........: Ar ..._. ...._. hur."J'h :-t t .111 a ; 91s .0.
found .......__l0Oui; Lf _a.aLi1 At ... ." 9Wa ..
f of Watchung. who was Latest Output _.
:4 f t .- w dead In his sleigh on a country rued More than 330 members of the National CURED Bf '103)-j.1-I Jo) p Lf .::. ... TIU.f ; ...... ... L. -1 Ip S-M aUMp H
ft, J' i Feb 2 df'l'd.l! Carsg II i' p | 6pnni .. ............._.. n rna... ..... ... I tt.
!. Manufacturers' association attended THEDFORDSBLACKDRAUGHT : > t lap _..... ._ I I&Ioa4I'L. $19p a ll. 3SMp
t" t. tlaU<)w hi* 'lIr.JJ''UV'! ....LwOsl ... .. It Ha 1 Sis _
co'inMel the tenth annual meeting at At 'tl(5a/5/p; _r. .....".lbr..,,.<9_ .._... lisa.15/ :2
"'. .,, to pleatssruUty (!a., lat \\' *k. The address of US' at I nil". .......... --.e.u. _. ... U. Ha I3 laI eft f
of III1Mi
murder ._ IJaa,9 p s' 1 .
t In the second l'n..klt'nt Tarry dvalt largely with the Co 1 &S".' 9 .i p .. .".. ..h'' f'1.iI'.. .. ..... >* a UMpIK. tJCJ
118. T ip ,... .. Ttboala. nap 0
'If '" t degree after labor question and with what bethought &caoM the liver i 243a: till .. .. -,.,_.Edooll .. .. ; t *' .. 11 U p
l' .J having told to be a strong tendency for Socialism. -CJ 2 )Ji a; T 11 '" ... ...,.....".......... .._ ... _. .sC41auu
f. i'I' for jjtactfd: people suffer 'J 2 !1 al'I' ....._ .n.."". ...__. 111511/ :2
He made a otrong appeal .. ........ ..
r a strange story : with constipat ti0nbih..uinens, aoas.14p ,.._.. K.. KlaWMti
of mental derangement Uu malnteziance of the lodirldua) and i hea>lj.Let an! f t ers.. I ..Ji attack i1 IY1a'/1.j ." -U.- "' '''''lIiwr .... .Hal'> Dl'T 'C.
a I'' a it .. ....Wn' Palm a.a, ".i' /5
: :a st property rights He Insists that the the luces and cvbtaguins dueues w ". 'i '-1
S U. U. .. ,_. 14,5hn .
the time the government could not manage capitalistic take hi.ld of tie *' tfom. It is safe tl49 td p .. '..._-- .._ ._ trlt.l ...._-. :: II Zia11 M: Q)
.. t t.;) that if the liver were always! :I at I 111 I' ---------1. La..r4a .. ', It.1 .. -
as economically or as say ..
11- murder was enterprise I .. U JO.. ._. (IUtu ..,... I 't'l gee
.;.; '>\ c xnmittr\!. Exceptional evidently as the private owner saying kept in proper working order 5 .. a 10 up, .. _,_ ,, ..11.1..4.. .... __.._ .... .. I t a
I In the number of illness would Ve almost unknown.Ttedford's 51151105; p .. lemma its .. HI' It ai t mC3O.i11SpAr
'. Interest that a large increase i .... .Min.1 ._. I.,. 11sit ..
attached : gorerumfixt employees I* certain to Dack.rangLt u *> .- -'--- -
f to roccwifal in nxh lukoeut :
1 curing ,
bring about the domination of the offl--*
'.. ... the east on acv caaf it u v.thout a rival' u a II. i "O"'T&O IIT"O" I is.scd ,
.. claw and \\i r e corruption ....
bolding >
1ft ) vunt of this reaarkable I liver regulator. Tii grist family i ;

..' George H. WO -!. Uneof than exUts at present lIe chsracterbud medicine ii not a .Uvcg a&adriUic T--' : La--- --... )1.-...-_ .,..-.... ..--"I" _t-'Mwai

f' defense at Cf'Iot I the antaganUm of organized star drag but a aili and 1 A' .. ..11-1.--'I''''. '_, I'

put forward, and natal xwrt4 w I to apprentices as a crime against the healthful liiitive tLit cum eon ---_:::..;- ---- ::. =,wstrUIe.

r( mental disease 1\tft called to testify ; youth of the nation and described the ttipatioa sal !laY'toe taken by a 7)b 21 5. ll ... 17 h U j II.-to It U ... .e
and American Federation of Labor as *'tiw mere child without {*.4itlebans. 0.11, a4.h.4er"'a4.r D.iil Yavrosv aaas cw. lee li.aasri..lef Near .
w pro coo as to the credltablllty ofWood's
r > : lute Oily Oaq faS.a Dedy Oa '
; I I iQu ; j eaq'tliM;
story Uw main feature of meanest and most cruel or all tnuts' I
i hour and injunction The Wtifol, artif-n on the liver ; .n 3Wp/115/OOaLv.Jvlaeni. ... Ar: elO.ntlCia
He referred to the eight I U ., 11.
, f a which was that be was lUn1k'\J ant ; tuna biSioosneM. It haa an laedect : 'III indies: ? itaa o- *r _._.. Jukrartn. L, /MaIt n. I /F1elp
;u l. tempted by an evil fatal creature bills as Socialistic attempts to j the 153 a T M pi' 1I1)J> I0Ila tn. isbla Bw a._ tv'UIIMpt., s p
on kidr.eys.Doane : tpia/Spie15.1"a ,_ ._ -
L and limit: 'Up AuwWi.4cb. 't/s.llisLsse I
) which be called the! Uttto black man. the liver and kidney do 'to Tupt3e+ pDatali ia ._ Marp.r/ 1wan1M.95/ 1Me
t. reelected.BsckwaH .:..... /Mfr
President Parry was -----
pre uoably the creature of hi* <1W*. l L<.work reg4Ary! tie pvcwnQ e tacid. ---- ---- '- -"
Ikt : ed mtad. He told also of two other Crop W atX.r. alt i"ith .; waste from PENLISCLU ADD OCCIDENTiL STEAHSail' COMIHILNS iT
tie,taweli! lack into the lloud lUlL
..,. mythical characters naow Wolf an.late. The TiveniQut' tammary of crop get tI
', Mack bet later confwuvd that these rondltkms fur the week ending May 1 I ass vinJent cxmUJic.n resolU.fcsM'i : ,

" real companlaaa. The prisoner Id dlsckM a backward tctxi to Timely tr.tmctiLh! Th.I. Iou CaattctUs UJe at Mitel .lta Sttasuafa* .f tat p. i 0. S. S. C.*'aay fir
: T : tin was accepted partly boIot.'UW tb* nearly all sections. Tin terspersturebad Blvk-Dnagit msfttM tb!
argr : cwat 'tn. WEST.
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'I'tre. > pre.utloc was csaul to establish a Uo too low for the jcertcmation
Lv r and kidney trooiies, ,_?S wEw.tivrly 11)
ootlre for the etch*. Judge Garret of c .l plaaird la the u;'p.-r part of furrslt&ll the i&ruadj d
t : ;., v son Imposed the maximum senteco I: the MUsU.lppl and MU* >urJ Talej4. di-r* e. fvr which dia r& M Time Table show tb. u_ at vUct traia aar ...($"* .l to ant".MoI &eut

; :r f. of thirty years' twprtsgnmrn1Ott I I and eye 'iTe rain had stopped all nee in adia&ced stare there ii a.r IrMa U IU"'er W.CNapur'twa w.-.s>sa. "IIIefr rt....aul.arrh t)..c W'UI d.anin d/iaye r$1 WI i osra.yoesa lt..e eIMsO,artalgl to aotCorr ,tl.rihan waalsa.

; l Hyde Suit Against AUiandor.lVrildtt j farming operations In the central and no cere. Ask your dealer fc* 4I
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ep; J',,; AkiA&lef of the E lu table i. west gulf states and through the btc I 2Sc.\ package. ; tl TLsitrd's Ba.kDnajfct. fur .f tK* LOCAL TIME CAXO .r OtU InfTrmtHar.

1f: *, } tag !* rreJ with papers In the region. CoodirJona for winter wheat "SEE THE TICKET "

efi f 'v suit uf 1'le tlvaidrtst Hyde to cunmk'atSp'of n TeI are more favorable. The outiouk for I AGENT.

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-1.mss., :p. Pattern For Lady's Bodice Designed by Martha

Dean-No. 6254

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Tin fart has tea tvtsbiiibed that there
-- art two dUUntt Mrfea la TOW UU aes-
t. FOe11TiUck roe Of' court theft aN *&4M modification -
of both bat the matt point .f
:,:' .(; raited profitably only to JIOif the two differ**! fashions art fearer teat
r containing plenty of Potath. AO sight Qt. tit la pictarr3? M* mubl
a u.tegetttbies require a fcrtiliirr .. by q &.b1t. draped podk**. to9 skirts aad
talaa= at Jeut par ccat. 8dUI.Potash' etc k.vM. The otter U vbnrUcltr. and The Kind Ton Haro Always Bongbt and vrliich has beenin
4 la this clas* ai. iaclufal UM tailor na4IB .. use for ores 30 years, has borne the ftignature
every kind of matcrUL Both atyha ancorrect
Ant has aniadeumUr his
t and the fashionable woman bow- per
? ere' many her U3ord shirt waist, wWhave Jt z- fttipthbiou since its lufaur;.
use for the draped bodlcoa u welL ;
deceive iu tlii .
AHo\f no one to you *
,., .
In the model shown w. hv a Aataty lit
i Without Potash oo fcrtilUer U complete tie bodtre that to extremely fetchiac. The All Counterfeits, Imitation and "Just*..good" nre but

,.lad failure will follow its use. blouse to Um4 at tM sfeouMtr and top rzpet'tmeuta: thai trifle with and endanger health r.f
of ateev*. thus lengthening that Ua cookterabijr. -
Z-.loI _rnJal le" .
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mss e. tuUiatie..thq w Itd& .4+.rtW.. The lower part of the waist I* IiifauU and Children-Experience agaltist Iltperimcut. . lm.tap .q ra.dd f.. JtM .., j I atM shirred Into girds effect with narrowfrUl
p ,of athoru W..I.tarato.thas_ (
? naUWcg tfe* tower e<1p.. One must
.:"CZ..AS t cot say "Oh. 1 eaitirtt war that .t>l'rbecaus What is CASTORIA '
tAU ..en.Iew .
t of the shJrrln If shlrri-if flu
a *
y--. X_. ....... w 1 this it dot
the figure sharply u In cane
A&Iaa&II.xRELIGIOUS-o.Iosk J-.4 tltetet tot add to o&e'i wait *IM at all. Another Cast rm is a luvrmles substitute for Castor OH Paregoric

new note U founded la the afoeft Tbla Drops and Soothing SJnl s. It h l'leuaut It
_' mAr or may not t* used Jest aa one prefer -
--------- -- *. Dark .ilk. toutela. crepe U chin In contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other XarwUdsubstance.

plain or Cfured. would make Quite the Its ngo is Us guarantee. It dt>tro)'*
I t smartest and simplest of waits for the -
spring tailor mate while white china aUk ,Dmi allays Feverhhuexs* It cures Diarrliuca and WInd

mull or any lightweight silk or net would Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Coustlpatluuand
;. Baptist Gttting Together !Ij make aa exceptionally pretty evening
waist If oDe dtirt a full suit of rash Fkitulcuey. It assluitlate the Food, rrgttUtas the

At the general contention of Bap- mere or lljhtwtltht! material, the model Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural alee}*.
tilts at 8t Louln on May 17 the constitution wU combine well with any style skirt The Children lKouacei-Tho Jluther'a Friend.
? of ft permanent convention of The pattern provide for both surplice and
ptala styte waist Sixea. K to C.
northern and southern BapUata was


; separated for sixty years. Its scope U 19 cents to this once, five number this pattern. :<:0.. CJi and state sire
to be North America and Its bland desired. It will then be sent to you by mail postpaid It4 sure to write laiy and Bears the Signature of

Over 1350,000 was contributed for fort always give Ml aJ
sign missions.
: owned and tatted by Lord
To Or.
Try Crapsey.
Brassy, and the 2ti.G tout ship Val
The'annual council of the Protestant halla. The boat entered from Germany s

one I An edible fern U the latest vegetarian
l8oopsl dloeae. of western New is the H 1 toot schonr Ham novelty. ,

York, which met at Corning on May 17. burg. The Sunbeam and f'towana are
Luther Burbank the California
r, created a court to try the charges of three masted, and the other schooner wizard of agrl'Ulturebat managed to a.

s fcercay which had been made against I are two masted. The Kudymloa holds ,grow a curiositj-a pink bat changed The Kind You Have Always BoughtIn
Algenwn .
the Her l r. S. Crap ofRochester.
cy the yachting record for transatlantic.:' eiior three times In three day.
t The charges grow out of' passage In 13 days and :;!I) boure. MU
A curious plant baa rm-utlj beta Use For Over 30 Years.
n'ralllt.'rmOhlt iircaclitil by I>r. Crnl'| -
Stlnwon: the
Candace on Fleur-de-Lys, ,
found In Mexico. It U similar to a _.... _........... _
: tier last winter In which lie said that YW S 55.1555 ** pry
r la the only woman alUng: la tbo race.The pumpkin, with a rough corky bark re- .. -,
-- -
the Itible could no luug'r < looked l .
- --- - -
conditions fUr th* start were extremely -
ft'lubUug: that of an oak. It bs been
4Z upon as Inerra&t. He has refused t* : unfavorable, the day being named paloia.

withdraw Us statements and says he : cloudy ftnllanl&tI. with a wind directly .--.
--- -- -- --- ------- --- -- --- --
It. Howes her Rivwliiif! iu LU yard at .
will not leave the church u hens compelled from the northeast. On account of the
Yarniomliport Mass. a sassafras tree
to do so. weathe'r'very few pleasure boat HODGES & O'HARA M
wblcn be claims U the largest'tree o/ ,
Meet brought to witness the start.
Presbyterian Legislators 1"'OJ'ko
the 'l| H-ies In the Pelted State The brnMi.0 Btvrr, rL.\.
The general assembly of the Presby- The Ilildegnrde was the that boat toCTOM
tree, which U well proportioned, measure
y terlau church begun its nf.*iom at the Hue, sis fm right inches In circuinfereno -

Wtnona Lair. lud. rAY IS, with the Jtffnas Out of Pu,itism.Jawet. at a point two cot above the H
prosinM'M of a beattdoatrovery over I t J. Jeffrie* ha. ('anl'tl..It ground. _____.. __ ._
the retention of'the \\V Uului ter Ct uft -. eng Ig.mrnts and started from Chicago
sal ain ilation .
Makes digestion > per> 3Pi.u.itnd Vegetable Oi: ..tow.Estim .
Bluu. The prviKHUlou of droppingthe t6 I. w An ctl = ronfeiwlon lu favor or the brief of,derotlDg bU time to the mining Thal't what Holli' er't Rocky Mountain atea furnished far complete Bills. of Lttmbrr to t", Jclivrrrd at any point oa Cast lUlL

atatcwtnt'of the Kcforrned church b Luslueitu and the regaining of hU Tea rill d,), A tonic for the nick and ---- ------ -- -- --- -

contained lu an overture from the i-re. health. ICecetitly be ha* been troubled weak 3i cent, tea or t bll"8! \ John Stetson University 1

? bytery uf :\', Y. The overtun- with rheumatism and malaria. your drug\:i4.

cruse from the ou letter of the Itev.I .

>r. Samui-l T. Carter of New York Tired out, worn out woman cannot I t..r.b..d of \Var.Ihiriii DE LAND, FLA

city In whUh he appealed for truth f>)rrp, eat or work, wwns a.s if she would ? the war U-tuevii ;pan! and

e and the dn t'i Tea make strong uervm
Iuuur.rl.SCIENTIFIC. much viuur: toward sbipx ur"t.ry nutiuuniitj -
>loi>.!. 35 cenU, h.a or r.ablt's.5k (COLLI/U. LIBERAL KT.The UnJrd. are tli..* vt the rrll\'t' .lt.f ('bi'a a. i
n>:.\t'}in; KI.).,.:" tl* the 11- '
their ( U-th ll'1I
your dru;,.- !' StetMin't graduates rwtive : tlegm row Mctioit *lI< *.c
j I liere'ntt that KugUnd' frit bourn to iLLKiK: of 1.\W-(; .lu4t .. of this ('ul"ge! :arealnutktt to |>ncU<'. law UI 1pi eJ?
I Tbr \\ duw'. .11. i. l.rut",%(. The resistauvtf pro\oke by without examination.CitLk .

: "If John had only mad a will England htu the tint u**> of the ; UF TtCIINULUti\' -\l -balil'aJ! ("iril Brrtriral Ksjioteriuf sad Maasat

Th. Arctic Consumption Cure.A I never noiiU have had 'term contraband of war when the Training fourw leading i W d'lfrtoo.s Hue nw luiMioj. r>.tljr *tu lit

movement has NYU Marled to Tfcls trouble with bad the! property: treaty of Southampton wJ drawn up t'OLLMJK ornfalrl:5x-ibuktnginalltobrsntbrw. Itu, .-keepiheby| bestreNWs.
s make a strong demonstration of the It really U too between that country au.J Spain! inCBM Klwtive ia Uhet I>r|_niuenu. urge ....liltuoJ cunitumliuu 1MtiMtll{,

thwry of Dr. 1-Yederlck S ihou of Washington The Uwjers bother me so muc. ." tMA VHKI'iKlTOItV At'.UII\I,- biiJuat" prourrd to enter Hmard. Vale hi.,....
The Widow Jenkins sched. l rneil Mk-higan, l'bitxauaod all first rU* oUfgri
that a kojotiru In the arctic regions "I da drcUre I almost 11 Uh >. Ularrhw. .NOltMAL A tut fftACTIf t IHM)I,-| KinJuprtt'D ia iUo DbaiMinf t Iltmary
;+ ; will cure consumption. I>r.Knhou That John had never dledt"IJpplneott'a mJ irwuir shad IB M-jxnjte ItuiMin. This Schuol roprcially prr|"' rt'' I'ubiatrA
4v has l-en with Lieutenant IVary Uagaain 1.:. S. soldiers who erved in Cuba daring l acbrn.Ml .

on two of t uU arctic expeditions, and ------- --- the panih war know what tbidite SIC SCHOOL_a f ii).<..'.U pipe urirau. a dusts i-uiuiw.t<-{.rftte blaitdl "."allT
That Tired reeling. Is, and that ordinary rentedieabave of .
when he first went north ho huielfwna IboruuttU (t urr* tody.
little tfiVt than w ranch
sunVrlnir with tubercuKwU. Slur If011 an"Hmroid.\ depressed.? aMe more is aUiu... ART H'lItKtt" "tuditl n.lfy taste.rundtlr ttr.Strtt.u. .
wste r. Cuban diarriioea: t II >*
inc hU: lout ftay lu the Icy land lie for work t I' indicates& that YI\ttf liver is and diingeronn M a mild attack (.( h& a fuc-olty of 4H |>r r._,"and in truit,.",. They bull drgrtf finw Ift* Uai-
out of order lirrbine will aasis4 natureto Vete Tf'rsltoh'haiO, lUttard, Yib (", lbttn>ity of i* iif>.f Irttia, BtycM J,
found that he war entirely cured. Hloit'1t'u cholera. There is one renmly, however,
throw off I lra.I.cltw, rl* tmMUm and r, llurkurJL rnitrruty of Micbijtaa. Drnnkoun and uthrr ('urrer+ttl.a. Tbr are v*et
have attracted wide\ tttlenllon and that can al.anlJt' dependetl upon wi'i |.W),IUI.Ol in building anti aii'iurcl; nurly qnnrr million tUJUr rnduwwrut, MI*i...*.-
akin b' rwtore
'4 lu the luwlicfll world, and a uutuUT aiiments nervonsine sound andjHrfict l* Seen by the fallowing\ vrlinrste from ...library of over 13ii,(J volume; a Uutifui ch*|>ei with! furuuhitpi. iurl .li.g UW have the energies indtiuhtyof 1lrs. Minnie Jacobs. of Hoartnn, Texw: 11555windoweSettpeiuinte.atl0nn4Jp1 l |*iurgiutayibMiuitt 11t.ltU'-! aru-.tup
r ; pruuiiunt men at WashlngUtn health. J. lluhhard, Temple, "1 berehy certify that Ct.amttertain'Ci4. an cnrl M-d athletic held running trxk. tennis court t.&wl..H dtaOM>ail sal) ari.l.... I.. 3
dt\-lde to have a test made 11\1' Trxi'j, &Hitt'11I1&'e: on-J lirrbine for ic, Cholera and lharrhoea Remedy cured ,i'lc..twimmin. golf, rowisgaad otter IIptlrta: separate buiMioir fur mm and .atitin; fin
steamer Havana U to leave llalifai the |>a"t two )eara. It !." done me more husband of a fever attack of Cubandiarrhoea. Large UhunUirlr* f.r t 1IPlDietr, I'hyiic. rtrrinUiy.. Miorrui y and HMugy MV.n. 4
June 13 for a health cruise along, con ixxl' than all the doctors. It ia the beet my whir(. be brought t.on.rom ruuwom and shill.; f la trie ligbu eirttrM kilt straw brat. cement .al\, skit
medicine ever made for chills! and fu\er." rods. bnil atenara >i& tral Creenlaud. It will visit ('t'ctanIittrU. I'harmacand C'ul'A. We had neveral doctor but they clah s; star I...1ure owntrs, ChrUtUa aa-l wit vctarl.u Tb -..f -a M
... und diistless areas Ij-ini; under 5lV. Slid by Ite I Crow did him no good. One bottle oi this remedy braatifttl and healthful tod the esprnweau law

el'1lt'tual: summer sunshine wlthlu the ten Gallie\ Tharmacy.H cared him, M oar neighbors mill tes Fur caalu5A titwa fuiders alid inr"rrllat. ktdrese the l'rffolJtlll

? Advanced cases will not tify. I thank (jn,1 for m valuable a medicine !
arctic circle. *,-, Cattle sad W'oh.>. For rate! by IW: ('rUNI Iliarmarv. II\OLN IIl'M-KV, A. )I., I)... H", lleUnd, Ha
Iw taken. Horws and cattle are \lt'H'I1 ti> .
: This question among others was under hate an luctiuctive fear of woke Oa -

gtK discussion at Washington meet a reont afternoon the olvrt In the 'ra bl..

in< of the National .AsoviatU For the l.ou.l.m Zoo.JI"'al gardeni bowled so Arabia ba.s the reputation of tof'WC

Study and IVeveutlou of TuUTeulosls.Dr fertously that a boric lu the htrtt-t one (>f the hottest and uubealthieitt retfntiS SEAVBDARDaL.J

Osier said that the thin to strtretor tkk: -Ls away wa |.ank* stricken by It. ou the fMf.! but all II phy .
education of public
the --- -
was - Arabia b** a winter season, with end

3 siciaa and patient, and I>r. Trwleau tipr.l-S AakleStiff.N",".1-614. tthoulder, rain and wcaU>ual frosts. ,

x advocated teaching In the schools the These artthne nfUl1\Im ailments i for ...:"-: > !+sv r,1 l.r..=.d".7." L_Y.
tranmlk of Aral Kh*>..lUm.teanrijjror .
main facts about the which Chamberlain Pain Palm Uepr c-

the di eae. bUy valuable. If promptly applied itwilt I..p wreathing pain (1t''A- -true-
I "
time, money and roffennj "oOf'lI by crttin wet thrnl];h, wor *,
save von I
4 Zisgltr Relief Ship when tn Wed with any cited th.-c ail- I a ben at reel, or on not moving the limb

.i;: The ste mhp Terra NOT AII..tfrom Dlt'nt. For sale! by Ked Cross Phar..uacs t' and in oriel or damp neitbrr, tt cnn,iqalckly Savannah, Columbia Southern Pines
search for ,
-* SootUnd on May Hi to (f by lUl'ard's know Liniment (><

the ml lug 7>ger vipnUtfcui. led by' "It. Ohio Klirr.Tlte !nr ron! (;ib-w> City, In! mntni. Feb

Antonio r"Ula. in the far north MrZlegkr's Ohio riH'C was s Zu. ecretary. W. I' my tack It earn pH t.) bad I d uld w"
private word trtjen ueanins l_uUfuL
the Ir+.luuia '
head One t..utIf! iUIUM
Fa*tlil i ot over 'n.- Philadelphia New York.
= Champ and r It appear on varlon early ,
u'mtlt'Nof | I.'nront cured ice S ;.f bv R'-dt'rts.e
k? Johns Hopkins university are mil p* a* the AlUcLa. fubachtKo.Vhlo. ; I'h&rouey and Faa UaU: Pharnrs.-y .

the relief expedition. ( Sagtwgu. (';t lsepptone.. K t .
tono-Cf... OhUivkhanni him). tlrek.Ahhlwe TS' 1:1.1)T: TC.t1'- IIIY

EVENTS I 'e N1""' Oheetuh. I1t1bi. aGo.I

For Infants and Children g

Elena sailing craft starts from Tli (lad You Hw Allays Bought j jI ,
' to a I
.x Gaudy lUv>k at 12:15: oa May I
aorvs** tee AtlaatJcan. Baer the6gnaiCta
straightaway ra.v .nmilt'*, to the Those who are ..lnln. flash Of kti }ilJFHN: I'f LI.MAN ir-j! tPMKXT. 4
: ocean. a distance of ,, and atrnctrt by reulr trt-
f' Uiard. England, go as you please. It M4Jnt .tth I

5., being the first latereatlon EmperorV contest tar- Scott's Emulsion HOLUSTtftS ONLY LINE

the Liam p.of(*\German) cup offnvd Eight by ot the hats in should hot weathen continue the smaller tr.atm dose.nt II Rocky Mountain Tea Nuggets 1 f>nviI5 to New Or-tit*. ; e

American, as foltoirs, : The 130.5 and a littt cool milk with tt will i A luj X.ULM far Bu; lapis
are bark .tpatbe. do away wtthxany oblecttop I'' Brt>. i aaUa Saul ui l.awui F':,x.A .
toot yawl Atlas, 19 root tart which U attached to fatty products I ciwcxlc f ir CVea'-pttom, te4ve oa Ue For fail int rmjitioB and s'f'IOCf rtarvatioCs tall! onJACKXSVILL uy eatcetid aeat, 0' i
ICS foot schooner Atlantic, 131 during the hated I a&4 KJ B** Tnwfclr*. I'.tb loft ihte to !
EDJ.Il1liua. ll+, tNt 'bOOJWr salon.S.d 1w t". i.L t Ctrl aver! Fkxviia & .-, fir.S.d.tut : tAsst
tlcbv t'eT 0. MACIKHCELL K. C. IA
A. YLgJt.
E iliklrg tOWl B.athacbr h"Lca y )luawa Tx to sal.k4 .
k )1rur+k-Ly.. 13.\ foot KbooaerTbi SCOTT'-Is.-a .. '".. f..L rarer & cease a boa r--.a. .y Gener&J Pat rpot, K teeaptirdgrat,
'. =tde, 150UaU tts selkxtaee : tk and .........-. .. BdtXvTca P r>. O taraes, Jtfa... W a
100 ftNC.cb faaer l'>veralu. Twe arerttltlr'a j COlOn .'", &ETt rot UO3W PtOPtlrwa'k.'yr. >1' FLA .1

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.. THE FLORIDA-STAR' FxlnAZJcaE ; 191)$ .,..
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M._\:.- ;?:; RUa 'ifl* tacIiltIDnntcTTf Plan. With three aew streets and good JAMES P2rrCHAEDPresl4 W.M.BROWN,TbINDIAN **tWIXSTOSS.BEANSIXO. -
"J:' .::- market' l ashler.RIVERSTATE.
+ budding bt on tba ocUedgeoogbt
';: : l rtisalSases ker.. forty
: <._; c r
;; ; ;: ... all kted .fah rep1riJ1 to improve rapidly.
'-1<. '.;; f' rjrU *c
=- {.,-.:',.:. ete i oiel.e4.heap *,ia4&ll'u4mq'... ... e Mestft.; tl -and DeWttt&Ditb, BANK.l
,,,, ..:.,!!],..:; ilea toads a-.; -
-5-";..'" "'; ": \ Mrs.,.n Smith lad lion Ealpb. Mrs.liUa'TIompaoa .

: { E ". aDd Mists Emily ,Davis co VNTY' :o 'C3 'O.Ssthotiied .

-<-:'-.'J.1 : ill m' (111I '. PWOIIlS. nude *'pteaaanl party that took strip f CaoltaL,... -fioo.oeo.oo
;'ti flfA'? -. in launch. Paid op Ckpita_...._.::4 ;: .ta7o.Pl ; i
to the beach t Sunday,going lk
'" '' r Avenge Oji.t-nJOOG.OO
: '' ... t
r : ... Seadl7"lsvrse r
2 ."" tap tr>! sold bone
"\;-i .- 31 rs;Ii.)okra Smith who her TRANSACTS Afijfieral ;
,f' Jjt.-'i. ...,----- Mr. arrived
;.:- tad grove to Doogta, on Business
""' Banking
0' ,
"'l CUOUA.Mr. Thursday to attend to shipping her perIODaI.
:< -". '.. fait .property; She left again for Kew Largest and Oldest .,,- -
;tad )Ira.. Kerry Boer paid,a
1 '' -. ..t...., Jersey on Saturday. She riB guest! of Bank on the Hirer.
; ;. ta.uI&DU.e. Oak Cottage while here. rest Exchange Bought and Sold on AH
ffA\f '; :Mrs Et'InbJ.frand Mrs, ,O'Brien, of Ttttutin Foreign Countries a
the air and Mr .,C. W. .vBlakesI! whohave OH! WHAT CARE I ?
; few days at
r: *, were stopping a Patronage appreciated. Prompt strvic*.
; "
and in
a fine Kockledge,
ft'4. Cocoa Hoose "It's an inoonveniefuv, it's true, to be polite m.atmtDt..o4 every favor couUUot ;
..., recently celebrated their golden wedding burned out, tot I'm safe, as J'ytitutti with ctxutrvstiv btaklag muted. Pia
'irl!' A daoc a after tb* play oa Thursday anniversary at their home in New Haven, cient insurance to cover any..loss: that maybe CORRESFOXDEXT&Empire "

; night it a part of the program Partictt- Conn. Their friends ia Rockledxe hope had." Trust Cwnpany 3f. V. Honda
="I.r Uri next week YOUR ORATOR &Dt.t Trust ttmijmny,Jark >nvill.,FU.TITUSVILLE. ..
.. they may lire to celebrate their diamond
ant' Mr.Tbeo.Tram II home from Stetson wedding has been carrying his insurance with us FLORIDA.
tacatlon. lie u pitcher for for years and this U bit first fire. He ,
}1t njoyieg hit Mrs. Serabler and Mrs. O'Brien, of Ti. realized that the first fire ought come, _. _, __
3& Cocoa's baseball team tnsville, were in Rockkdge Tuesday and and so H did.

i? A party of O ooaltee are preparing to paid a visit to Rev. and Mrs W. 1;. Hall What happened to him may happen to PEi&EY& BRANNING
Beach during von. UI!' safe and will promptly! W pak ,
at Cocoa
!*.t take an outing These ladies were looking at lots on the
for his lil@@. How is it with you? fk.ttrrltot
}.fit.- the Jane moonlight. season. Douglass addition with a view to baying. ns look after your. insurance and do it TITUSVILLE

') -< A new fence wound the D. M. Childs Mrs O'Brien contemplates putting up a now.MORGAN ,

-property, on' the, south side of Church. large apartment house with all modern WALTON, ,:

t: ,street, is a peat improvement. conveniences.Mr. TrmsuuE, .LOlUtH.
Fashionable! Clothiers :
of It is understood that TUnsville and, Cocoa :; Chas. Vuille and family delayed -- -- -. -- .. --

baseball teams cross bats on Cocoa's their departure last week on account of Book oa'aUfora'

grounds (>a_Monday of next week. the illness of their little daughter Alice. 56 pages, 76 ilInstnttilln@ De erilea 'k

.,> The town hall is resplendent In a new The child recorded and the family departed California Milwaukee and and the SL rujjte i'aut tin-iv, Union Cliiciu-o I'jicjfic, I :% and Gents' Furnishers. -=

ff z; '11", dress of printn '- *lf. CLu. .u"te is the on Tuesday- for their home in and Southern IViS Ui.e. .

'It knight of the brush who put it on.Mr.red1 Huntington Pa. The1Wel'a'l'Otnpanied Thin is the route of the Overland Limitcd. -

; '.:. Aldrich- lias to keep up with by Mr. E\ly.J ; Vs. father, and Miss Chit-ago. Leaves, 6H)5 j>.onion m, laily.psaenyer Arrives station San, ;*' The Queen Duality boo for ladles is the '
Catherine Hetrick.
,/ the general prosperity movement and i.'if is FrawriMO the third day in time f>r din. most stjIUh and durable iu the world. In

t- potting an addition to his dwelling.! By chance )lr. and Mrs. C.; W. Willi- ner. California book sent for 6 cents \ a i addition we keep tile famous tdwlo: t'lapp and
&rd entertained comber of pnetaw. F. A. Miller, General PasAeii<.er
quite a
i: M Evelyn TravU is preparing: to go pen.pie Silent, Chicago, or W. s. If.)* n, 38JBroad..y Crossett iSboes. All high elms good! to be
,' / home with her cousin Miss Edna, to on Friday night last. Mr. and Mrs.J New York. ., s found j
bere. Manhattan E. & W. Collar 1
Shirts "-
E. Boyle and children dropped in to
spend of her vacation
J + a portion
r spend the evening as did Mr. and Mrs.J. EAST COAST CANAL BILL. Stetson aud Kiiox Hat.s.ue&i I
:L. Wilson and Miss Allienc .
"; Mr. G. S. Hardee baa purchased the daughter By the insertion of a paragraph in the -- -- tA11Jthing

k O. K-Stoat residence property on De later came the )J &!ee Hattie Boner, bill extending the time for competing! the and everything else thai 1
Katherine Hetrick and Ella Brown
and -p
Florida line Canal amt
Fx known as the Prospect canal)of the! Coast
t Lannoy avenue with them )%tNIFI. E. J. Tsrpley Albert le I ..
Transportation the present
Hoose. company men wear you can boy here.
Lockhart and DeWitt Smith. A merry .i
filature insures the ronttrmtion ofan extension '
1 f' Watermelons now in market.
evening w as passed with music and games.
of the canal from Auguttine
delight the eye if not the palate of the r lUlL ORDERS SPECIALLY SOLICITED l lNM
to the St Johns river, or the forfeit on the
passerby. To gratify the !latter it makes A F.artul Pak.
t part of the company of 100,0(10( acres of
big inroads on the parse It is a fearful fate to have to endure the TEO'CIGARS
f and incorporated 1
I land. The adopted
terrible of "I
last Saturday piles. ran truthfully
left .
)fr. J. F. Mitchell
1 in the bill follows
f My, writes Harry Colaon,of Ma-oonville, are a. :
f ; i for J kaonfi\le.\ Mr. Mitchell is chief Ia., "that for blind bleeding, itchincand "Provided. That 1l ?,()X) acres of the Have Made a f

{ [. : assistant to Manager Porcher of the pineapple protruding piles, Buck(en's Arnica Salve average lands now held in reserve on account
f 10-' growers' association. le i the beet cure made." Aim best for Reputationof i
of the of the
uncompleted portion
cut, burns and injuries. 25c. at Red Their Own.
!. -: The play for the benefit of the Arilah CI'OIIIJ Pharmacy. canals and water*}'a of said cuai|>aiiy I

library fund comes off on Thursday night from mile twenty-four to mile one hundred The success of the San Mateo Cigar t
>t '. this week but too late to give report TROPIC. and twenty six south from St. Au is one of the greatest triumphs I

for this week's issue. Without doubt Mr.. Henry Casper spent Sunday with giicline shall continue to be held in reserve of the East Coast since the freeze. If

,: there will be t full bouse.Mr. .. his parents. by the trustees of the internal improvement
MIi from the choicest yrovths of tobacco that the pMiliiMila of Florida ar1 iIirisland.Cniue ,
E. P. Porcher and family left the Quite shower of mosquito since the fund of the state of Florida nib !
I can pn diice, and wrappfd with the silky tt f grown on Eait
! : first of the week for Jacksonville to take recent rains. until the completion of raid canals and Con-t j'luiiiMtujiit., tie cigar indu'trv of the ...rt.lllallllt'nr|>ri
up their abode during the pineapple shiping Mr. James Grant, of Rowland, spent waterways from Augustine to the $1 For tale liy all the U-.linit hotels and cluU and by the Union News Q..ruJ'UT

: $- )> season as Mr. Porcher is shipping two days with his parents this week.A Johns river in accordance with the s!| 'ctfioations on every train entering Florida ,

+ manager for the I. R. A L. W. Pineapple jolly party visited the beach after the prescribed in section 3 of chapter Twenty Sizes, Styles and Grades to select from. j

rowers'' association, whose summer weather cleared Saturday afternoon.Mr. 3995, arts 1SS9, laws of Florida, the Manufactured by S. W. ROWLEY. San Mateo Fla.

L Headquarters are at Jacksonville.Mrs. Morris and family of Kau: Gallie, said work on said canals and waterways --.-.- -- .
St. and the St. Johns
between Augustine
A. E. Johnson has returned to were visiting relatives here this week.
river shall be commenced not later than .
Cocoa after a prolonged visit among her )Ir. Albert Mathers is preparing to enlarge Alabastine Your Walls
a .the date of the completion of the canals
children, Mrs. Wyatt, at Sarasota; Mrs.f his dock and build a house on it. and waterways now being constmiWd by _.. -
: WillanJ at Braidentown Mrs. Roberts, ,
Rev. Stuart Martin here
was Sunday
1 \ said company to St. AuguHmo and shall
Jacksonville and Mr. G. L. Johnson, ALABASTINE beautiful fffitV walls salt
but owing to the inclement weather thecongregation be pnxecute continuously thereafter un produces exquisitely on
Breeze and has taken I n-iliiitrfl Kay: tit appl.implJ mix with mitt _all't. Bitter till 111
of Sea again up "
was exceedingly; small.A ' .._...
F tier abode with her daughter, Mrs. M. somlae, Paint or Wall Piper. hi. not a hat.ttiuine! u u a sanitary ;
Y. party of young people were very ".\nd provided further: That in the iK-nnanentirmentcoating, which hardens: on the walls, d ?truilnj(

f ., 'Thomas.f pleasantly entertained at )Ir. and Mrs. event the said canal company 8.all&t any iiiHea germs and vermin, never rabbingorralint. KalMimiim niiied .....
-- wIth trot or Clilot water stun rub and ar ale off, .|'..ihnie! wall, rluthingand a
The laxative effect of Chamberlain's Enst Y'1I Monday evening magic and time desire to sell its canal, the state of furniture. They contain glue, which di.")' and nourishes UH .

Stomach and Liver Tablets is so agreeable games being in order. Florida shall have the refusal. germs of deadly di....,... For sale by
t e and so natural that you do not realize "\0.1 provided further: That neither

; t- it is the effect of a medicine. For sale by J. Mad Ch.... said above provisions in references 10!laid EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY CO.,
Ked Ctosa Pharmacy.KOCKLEIKIK.,
,I t r Millions rush in mad chaw after health lt)),(VH) acres nor the acceptance thereof Dealers in Lumber and HuiMvrn' Material\
from one extreme of fad.tism to another said the that
by company, nor provision
when if would -' -- -
they only eat good food,
-) The Lovric cottage is in the hands of and keep their bowel regular with Dr. the elAte of Florida shall hale the refusal R.WU.KLK. II U MttE.

i. the plasterer Kings New Life Pills, their trouble in the event the said company desires!
would-------0------..1I1\AJ* aviav"., Prompt relief anti to K-ll, tail be so construed as to inan JOHN R. WALKER & CO.,
i Foundations are laid and carpenters quick cure for liver and stomach trouble. >wi.interfere with, alter, change,

are rushing work on the Vuille cottage. 'l ic. at Red Crow Pharmacy Guaranteed, or "iirrpatr any rights, property privilrgen,
I ," Grants, franchises! of Mhl company now Tit sville Fla.,
---- -- --
r" Tao brothers of Mr, W. S. Rhodes ar-
extensions thereof herein
NEW KIND OF STILL. esi..til.g or the
-tired on list Sunday from Ohio. and hereby prodded, except as to the

The sweet song birds make merry Messrs. Hough and hey, who live in 1UUt'. 's I) iTtof Und, a! hereto aye! DRY GOODS
VIAnd[ Volusia mentioned. I
county hate perf' "ted
tsusic all the dayl long and aay into the ,
--- ----
a new type of still for dinilltn turpen
i tvgbt.Mr.Jno. TITUSVILLE.
' tine Instead of using dry heat, the re.cepiacle t
, A. FM, Jr., left for Sew and Miw Ijicile .
F. Jenkins
into which the gum is placid is Mr. C. .
r York Thur Ili tlt. tle..m CLOTHING
city on lay : .
oarranged with pipes that after the Rite, of Jarktmntille, were quietly marred
}; : : return in the early fill.: gum, chips and crude resin are placed at the rr.-iJf'nClo )fr. an-l e ,

Miss Stella Douglass! returned home' 1 last therein live steam turned ill A strainer Mrs S.: I: Rice, of this j'bctr, by Kr,. '

Saturday from JackmrmHe, where the is arranged! separate the chips from A. (). l'..nney. They ly for GENTS' PU FIMISHIIICS I

i} hoe been attending school. the pirn. A superior product of jm is IlaytonaaidJatkeousiik. Mr. Jenkins

t; Car4. Wm. Young went to bt. Angnrtio secured and at much lower '(*&. Theo told a poniible position w ith the Or:>n-

on Friday to attend the wedding plant will be in operation IT the JolliJ.llt'Ol Naval Mf>rt"! Co., of Jack'!on- S SHOES

of his daughter, Mvas Winnie Young. tint of the month.COLONNADES. rifle, and 114 a first cousin of Mj- Micah .

Mr. IL M Lockhsrt paid Titusvill l aI I -- Jenkins t>l Ch.r :>ton, of rouaeb rider A. ,

l y flyirg business visit on Friday of last CHANGES HANDS.The (fan*. The bride il a try chinning and 7

t wt'"k, going op at noon and returned at hotel Cot hnades, at Sra Breeze, .polar; youn lady and W tae! daughter MILLINERY

.r 4:15 p. m. has been purchased by Mr. J. Gimluh, of the latel'apt. E. H. RKT, of this piaor!

Tt. bare and packing house on the old of PuunVki, Ma.Aw, ho expected to bent, Many beautiful wedding preetnU were .
a 135,00( hotel on the iVters in rtteited: by the bride from friend and
\Vouten property has ben torn away and property, C
rubbish removed to make way for lie I.jlona, but turrught th.* Colonna.l in- kallft\: a number of therr onaeting o! FURNITURE. I

new avenue. Stea.1 from Col. Port. Next -a.'!)i. this sterling silver pietas and HHa. iHinn;

y property will be managed by Mr. G o.H. their Bray in Daytona the young couple
J. E. Btltler! rrtarced from Jen-
Mrs. Bennett, a aon-in-law of Mr. Gimlich. will I- the gUrtU of Mr. and Mr,. W. F. < t
let mother 0.s.SZ : ::: : = : 3:
t noa Thursday, raving Jibb, Mrs. Jibb feting a sisur of the Utdr.Mrs. :;

-f .. comiutable.bat without much hope of Tartan of a rr.+tb.r. We want your patronage. I l
" tier nfonrj. The story of the torture of Rev O. D. F.aad a (.,. fur 1)1..P.ta.

Mr. lV>cjUss has I built an addition to Moore, p* ur of the Eittat church, of A. Lindsay, of Fort WilliAm, Oa- Our aim is to please YOU. '
llarpersfille, S. Y will inu-rwt taro Camels, w no KM suffered
his boatbou. The one a'rraiy there you quite atioiUr (
1 New to.Date
** Up Goods in
enough He say': l suffered agonies, U-iaa* ofa [ of years (rum dyrpvpcia an>J great every .
for his
tlld: not bate water depth oouyfa the ttttsach lrued r
persistent resulting from the pains tn was by her v
testy boat, th* Sawxt. cnp. I had to sleep sitting up in td_ I diu&tl ta take Chambrrlwn's bhxaarh Line.

, S. Piton and }lilt tried many remedies without relic until an i User TabictA. Site did ao aDd says
Mrs, \. dandier, Mail orders
I took Dr. King's New bucutery par Consumption "1 find that Uy bare tine i&e a great prompt and ;I
e Marguerite, of Dixoo Point. acdMiss Ira cooghs sod adds, whichtntireiy deal of pjud. I bate never bad say suf-
l>ya!. of City Point, were ia Eockirdge cured my cough and I&*ed me from tang since I brain BSIGJ; U Monday shopping and calling: oa frie&da. amaumpuou.'f A jrarvrtMcundiUocsof <<: .I wlrted with dy.(>ep )a or isdjeauoo
throat. and lungs. At IW why ou take these tablet, get well a&d
It 11 erif thai }lr. F. F. Taylor conofMi&f Cnws! Pbanaacy, price SOc. aad |lu, Itar..w For sale by Rod Crow: liar.arst JOHN WALKER & CO. Titnsville Fla.

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