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 9, 1905


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


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

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

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


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Jrst 12 190.}.
.- : d mast .meeting to cottidr wayfand The member of the Democratic county MoxDiT, 4

;-"';.$ mains for the .celebration of, the Fount executive committee, resident in the remaining White French lawn, 44 inches wide, Citrml Err.U-!S Pm.M tT*"k

; -1Msn"Mcaenet'Itfat' sin Hcpml of,July for 1905 was held at the Tithe- portion of Brevard county held worth 30 cents a yard at a special price d ,. .
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; 'tti. ft .Tm.r boot night last a meeting ioTUosville this week for the IS rents.
'kJ F -r vtUeopert. on Friday .
Figured lawns In dainty figures ami Mr R. L. Motlow left Monday after-
PoreUbed tome al Mrs. Dodaon'Lx
; 1 Jane 2nd aod number of oar protBiaenlboaioeM & o! recommending for appointment -
... a purpose polka dots and stripes, worth 15 cents coon tQ join hit &mily tn Mulberry '
.- "" .:: oa it X Lew4 of West Palm Beach, men and others 'were present, by the governor memben of the special 10 cent Tens J

., F;f.$idr ;:celebrated his ,eigbty-sevtnUi when the fLtUowing events wens ached board of county commissioners and school Ladies readymade drawer with hemstitching '<

$ {""hda7.. DIed and committees appointed.On board to fill vacaneii* caused by tboaa and ruffle, worth 39 cents, aped Mr. W. B. Sanders, of ImliaaoU, paid
,':<.JI"' r--- U rice 85 cent, :TflKfeu office call In
_-.t: 3IItI',,I : Grace. Eetd''ud, Min.l.ouilt .motion P. (k Walton appointed members being transferred to the new .Vnolhvrloi, made of best quality ol a pleasant r *

h )i: 'vo arrived hobSTrWay. night of lea secretary pro-ten. *. \ county of St. Lode by Uw new county division cambric, with large raffia of handsaoM town Wednesday.!

f ['tek from Rollins colkg.s .. Oa'motion, duly seconded, E.L.Brad] bill embroidery worth 75 cent, special prix CapUP. Nelson and family of South ,

., 'i,<'-'\:.' was made chairman.The The members prtseot were W. L 50 cents.: Titosville, expect to leave for Perth Am-
; it ;fir E. VanlandiDgham hat'cJeeided Ladies' nightgown, an entirely new .
i.-"'''''''s.koala"Ii -- permanently Miami aad"bai event are a* follows: Uo hlett, Toot Johnson, G. F. Daren, lot tart received, made of an extra good boy, N. J., next week to spend the summer

9:00 a.'m MUSIC, by Indian Kmr Band J. F. Woolen, T. H. Sanders and E. R quality of nainsook and cambric, beautifully months. It
; ldi office* over the Bank of Bay Biscay neflfo.
-tjz W.. JAW Parmuw, UmmiLtee. Arnold trimmed, worth 1.50 at a special Mr. Milton Weir left Tuealay for Narrows 4
L. A. Brady and Muter Put of 9S rents.Ladi& .
committee recommended that price
& 9::JO toll, GUS SHOOT.E The in neck to look after real estate inurctuat
m J. fcanrtleft for to, FrankCferti nndervesit, with tape .
( yesterday a trip E ROLUSS, Messrs. R. E. Slime and E- B. Arnold U and armhole, worth 15 cent, at a special that place, having recently dit-poeed of t

'' Ky j stopping off at' Macon, Ga., en L. A. BEADY, Committee. appointed on the school board, and that price of 10 cent*. some land owned there. .:

-_ *:"::1'OIItt. 11 to I%. )IU Olt SPOBTS. J. E. M. Hodjson aud J. F. Wooten be All-over white lace in beautiful deign Mr. Clarence Collins, of New Orleans,
#{ CIt and worth 75 cents and f 100, per yard at i
Phil ourdi.ancI.-1fe
ton, the board
: a 11. W A LION, appointed on county coinmiseiouers. special price of 49 cents. who has been! sending the past week

: .i{ :CUrk,of Octeen moved to Htnsnlle lad E.-L. BRADT, Ribb n. in all of the lateet shades, at a herewith his one!*, Mr. J. A. Collin,

''i\t-;;week and arc- occupying the Taylor oat 0. L. nth DATtu; Committee.' Hon. Wade 1L Jones was selected ai great reduction Mt yesterday for )Jon Uer1.

y: '," for the present. 12 to 1 FREE DINNER: for VISITORS. member the MaLe execu'tive committee Embroideries at an unusually low price.
." well known Mr. F. G. SchU of Lake Butler was '
;o. Ladies' lace hoae the ,
J ** *V W. Harper ie the acme of excelleoctfa VAx T. \V O&l.n, from Brevtrd county, vice W. J. Tucker,, ,
in han drome designs,
Onyx brand here the first of the week to louk after
; a/et and mosl' J. M. OSBAV Committee. now of St Woe county..
{ whiskey production black or tan, worth 75 rent, for 50 cents interest in Urn Turnbull
_; ttUsiactory for all nee*.' Sold by F.'A. 1 to 2.. FISH SAIL BOAT RACES. The committee made no recommends Ladies' corsets in all the latent models, orange,gro\e
hammock Inst north of Titusviilv,
f J 1 f,Lo l y and R. L MoOow. L W. lliat, lion for appointment of a deb and game the well known B A (7. make, worth
., $1.25 and f 1 50 cents. Call at Titutfille of '
-10.:' but instead resolution special Livery, at rear
E. B. Committee. warden passed a
Mia Annie Jones and her coosin Mia WAGU. ol
; 'iI,! Mail orders promptly filled on any Bobbin' law office for
Bofioat, and Messrs. Phil Wright B W. 2 to 4. HORSE RACES. to the effect that if an appointment be the ahove goods. stylist .
.liftt L made to this the should Jrurs Kuxx Leave your orders for hauling both double
Joyner, Bert Johnson participated In thl C. BE-VKSISO, position salary ,

: ,. '_1 .daaoe at Cocoa Monday eight.i % D, B. RrrCBIYD. Committt be flied at $1 per month. Titnsville, Fla. and single.! J. M. Osban, propritior.

4 to 6V BASEBALLGAME: Senator>> and Mr*. F. M. Hudson ar
lfn.IXB.. Pritchard and Mr*. E. B DRESSMAKING.Styliih .
P. 8. Trrra BIO LAND SALE. med at their hams in Tibbal the fintof e '
Wafer will entertain the member of the and sewing of all
the A. D. PKXKKY, Committee. That large tract of land known as the dremmaking tike a rek from Tallahaa ee. U ta rvportedthat
,Progressive Cottar dab at residence kinds promptly attended to by )tra. P.8-
t of the latter next Tuesday afternoon. ,8pm.. tiILUiDBAu.. Segui Spanish grant, of 16,000, acres wag Titus, Main street, near freight ilLation, the senator thinks seriously of moving w

W. S. BXASSIXO, Committee.: sold at special master's sale Monday under Titus,ill": to Miami for the practice of law

? ,Little Leona Kline ban quite ill I It was moved and seconded that L.C.Branning a decree of the United States circuit Mr. Jim hole went to Stuart Monday I ,

: .,for the past t.o'weeU with continoeJevwr I I be appointed a committee nl court, and was bid in by John Henry acting Ktmre. where be will attend to the shipping of

< bat with the beat of tare she will th in the suit of William To whom it way concern:
one, to solicit subscriptions to defray for the plaintiff pine during the present shipping aeaxm
probably be op and about again in a few I expense of the occasion, and that L A.. M. Dallam. The Indian Biter Manu- Place no account under my signature from that point for the Indian Hirer and

r day* Brady be made secretary and treasurer of facturing company, for the sum of 10,000.. for my wife. I will not tt pay.bDIJt'oOY.bill so con Lake Worth Pineapple Grower associa

-'i Transient and the traveling public. the funds *o collected.E. This is the body of land that has-been advertised tracted.Vein, Fla., June 8th, 1903.y

.' ...... !. TitMville, art invited to try Al- L. Brady, Clan II. Walton! and in THE STAR during the month ol tion.Mr.. Geo. Sears, of Fort Pierce called

4 ;2... piM Cottage oentraJJIIocated.. 'excellent E. B. Wager were appointed a committee May. It situated near the head of Indian NEGRO CONVICT SILT.ID. at Tut STAB office Wednesday hit re* '

.-l'i'8 Idle,: !atoaaf. >'. rate Mrs. Kali on transportation to arrange for special river in the counties of Volusia and William '
< The negro convict Henry torn from Baawnger, when he went to
... ; ... z. : .the F. E. C. B'y. good tore- Brevard. H R. Henderson, Esq., of t
who from the Delnpiae th install
r; ;' ii j <: ... T' escaped trap Hartford wO"-e,1iDder gasolimt _
.'->, ,-.. ""* r : J itastlattrpeebL ,t, first oflart week;.:gave tome d-them mgin forofi --of tba pWoDa of. the firm......_ c ="

it bus OD a iWt io liar friend,'Mia" Annie There' being no'further bosineaa UM sen a genuine surprise Sunday morningHe of Sears A Glad win. ,

-Jonea Mia Townsend will be re meeting adjourned, the various committees INTERESTING BASEBALL.
first entered the residence of Mr, Dr. F. H. Hooghton returned last Friday .

membered, pent the holiday week*ben being reqneeted to meet on Toesdaj Titusville Baseball team added one G. E. Pntchett where be gorged himl: afternoon from Daytona here he attended .

eft' last winter with Mia Jonee.i night next, June 6th, to arrange for the more to her laurels Monday afternoon by with food and stole a pair of Santa from the annual meeting of the Hut t

in TVtosville detail of the nxpvctive events. defeating the Cocoa nine by a score of e
Invitation have been received Mr. Johnson, the drag clerk who raomi Dental society. The doctor read a 4
marrisgt P. G. WALTON, 8 to 6 on the Cocoa diamond. The Ti- paperbefore
announcing the coming there. He then went to the Taylor cottage 1' the society entitled, "11 the Pun-
of Mr. Eugene B. Romfh and Mia Kath Sec. pro tern. tosville boys played a good game exceptin on the river bank, and aW'aboned' Uhment Fit the Crime."

.tine E. Hahn, of Miami, which will take the third inning when they got are Mrs. onardi by putting hu hand nndei

place next Wednesday, the 14th Inst., it FINK ASSORTMENT SHOES. leas and allowed the Cocoa to make five her pillow, looking for money. She called CAPTAIN RACKET.

SJUmL THI Go to Penney & Branning' wb 'n in runs. This, however, wukeTituerille op
Trinity Episcopal church, to her son, dark who came front an
need of ihoea. They have the fines) The Cocoa Dramatic company playttl"Captain
STAR extend congratulations in advance. and Coco WM hut out after the fourth with and fired ai
shoes and the largest aesurtment that bat adjoining room a pistol lUc-krtt. a three.act romeiiy, to

{' t Manager W. 8. Banning resumed hu ever been shown in Titusulle.Ladi inning, when Abney stored them a run, the retreating wgro jaIl as be bolted a fair aireei audience at the opera houw -
shore from the$1.00 boose" shoe : making in all 6 runs for the home nine.
'" the door and nade good his es
bimonthly dance this week for the summer through last night. TiHwe who did not attend
to the finest Queen Quality $3 00 ,ho*. Titusville secured three rune in the first
A: Mon, the first being held Wed* Infant's aud children's sloe from15C( cape. The shot penetrated the tide of mi***] a rare treat, for the flay visas
all imbuet inning, one run each in the third, fifth the building just to the left of the doorMonday .
a 'day DiehL The were cents upward thoroughly enjoyed u mart of thone rendered
Men's short from the 11.50 work shot and seventh' and two in the ninth giving he entered the home oEd
f' .. with the real dancing spirit and a large' night by the beat prote.ional I trouper
to the finest that can buy- hin them eight runs in all. At the end ol
money about wile out of to'In.anti
.attendance was particularly noticeable Gruber a ,. that make the small towns on the aat
00 and 16.00.
the seventh the untied and thinterett
Everyone to enjoy themselves to&bt baring a complete stock, any file you game The. helped himwif toeaUbles. No track cowl in the winter !It'U'ln.The '

M fcllest extent possible. Titusvilleor may wanL n have iu in the game was intense. of him could be made op to this time *J fun Marled in from the rising of +

chestra furnished the music. Mail order prompt v filled. eighth was a shut out for both sides. Co there were no blond bound hen OrTuesday the curtain and the climax in eaUiacl

.e nccrcT i BesxxixO, coa's baeee were well guarded; Titasvillt firM number of
Mr, C. C. Henderson, of Murfrewboro,, The Clothiers and Furnishers, runners cautious, but Alexander night a pusse brought forth the heartiest applaat from
'ere'tlY chute at the M he ran f rotthem
:Tenn., who with hit family spent a panS Titusville, Fla. and Colling managt?] to reach the negro away the audience.
write interestingly on the railroad track. nw May- The play ia a rattling good one from
of the winter in Tilnsville, us home plate and won the day. Cocoa hada
TEACHERS EXAMINATION. town, but mined him. art to finish and the call for
follows: "At present I am plot an assignment
: fine and they forced the Tltu- .
lineup :
he made his track toward
heel over head in business; what, with The regular Jnn&vxamination of teacher After that way of character of varied temperan .
level ttfl'atthem.
Vtllee beet to
to play their!
hrwas f
lei building a new lone, performinir UKoneroaa u brii.g ht-IJ" this place this wwV ofmen this place and on WednewUy >enU, which each of the actor .,laird
The Cocoa nine are a fine art
official and Tues right in Mimt eltetnent.! Pester >&rticul.riy writ adapted "to out- pi
rSi dutif'-ll of a state conducting for Brevard county, commencing and they treated the vititors royally. : carry
lay about the nn hour he w aa suddvny
mother word the of their
lucrative Walker it
rather School conception
w 4 my canvass for a day. Superintendent Their jolly and whole-souled manager,
with in the
,,, "offlc*, I have but little time for reading. in chary of the examination ataUted bjProf. Mr Jack eerning, apparently enjoyed ranght up taw grow. i several .ports wi really fine
about Lalfa mile north of Mnus by Ct
.'t .. However, I always take enough to care J. D. Teeter. hating P. S Titu, the captain of the Ti Owing to tie fun that the lut form of
He loi-
and Will MtCullutuh.
:" folly and interWtedly peruse! THX STAR There are twenty xamintt, mart all tI1Hillt'f. fanned out more than if he l had Dunn THE M4 were prartically clued, readyfor
fi ht but had
fit which I honestly consider one of the beet of horn are trying for tint grade ivrufi the mediately hoed ,; no gun LIlt pare, Ud night, we are tumble \.,
: won game. titer It-ir.g fatally '!hot l l.e I M xjetd*< 4- and cleanest country papers I have ever cater, w hone names and addrem are atfoilowi I follow. IIC"" our Grx;ali frteitd aU'Ik-nd..h IrI er
; The lineup HU as
Dann' finter the latter!
f '; wad." Thank for the compliment, Bro.. : Cocoa Titutilk cutting:C-I'|4 M I tribes an we would like to, or a* they
him the h d with '
f '; Henderson. Miwes Willie King, Home-ttd; Adeline William\ went striking over <* mot jartly dw rve, but we wish to state
q Harper, c. *, p. l I
the butt of his piW,1.
Ella M. that all our own Oxta lutt''nt
F, M. King ArtrtJ; UigfieU. I
b. Johnon I. f.
c," CHURCH NOTES. Toed; Inga 0. HcUt-, Oo; Ruth Fat 'bnt'1,3 I The b>..11" brought here alfJUt"o'"t..k tad their lyeapalJt"r\ have Mid of tl.t1r
1 b.
Tr vj Rtv'ers,
:: There will be preaching in the Melho- iVbastian; Lena Orrel, White City;;; % p.b. Tutor when an ingarat wj held by DrViKm play{ in dill m!'k1* icon of Till: M uund
i liet church, Titosville, next Sunday alU Sue Hunter High Sprung Jessie and c. \ an-i tine ho>)y was uken to the ; the: New in pinicuiaruing, etc, w justly t{
St Clair, I. f. Midinton, ;3 b.
.;;. a. m. sod .:30 p. m. by Rev. W. F.. Una Miler, Eden; Huth SeaWootn Or- Hatter, r. f. Alexander, : b. convict This camp was hwthirn at f"'pint'' rsear for tJf1r.aJ.(rom the f doe them

'.,t-:.... : Shoemaker. .All are cordially invitei mond; Carrie Matchett, NrUstian; I>orb Roger s. e. Collin, c. tBraa I ramp and everyone fet! reihrve I l chat tl,edetperate We hope they will fret nnepircd toktjnp

; to b* present.BCA. .' Geiger, I>ita>; Margaret Roll, ht. o, c. f. Cariilv, r. f, negn to oct of the w sr.FL'INITCCB the drasutiC work they hue w.r..1aDd a

::5* J. B Hawk will preach at Sif Lode; Era Km, New Smyrna; Elms 2 b. Pelhcer. in) that prtt.t that they will hate rx yt
Jaw TarpSey I K [.1\ bOOISHOrS.. : t caiLatiun in cuoon; 10 TIIIDv the *grin {
.!.Y -,; Pallll rbGt'tb. Eau Gallie, Sunday Getg t-r. Indus; and TasUe l locka *-', I fur 1Iie will \f glad to iff &tWlD.t {

a", 'U&h\.10- 0 a. m. The Sunday *echo i LuuDJ..villeo, S. c.; Messrs. L. M. l>b- The Cocoa and Titceville juvenile teams I (ilt'oboo Wernicke book caw* Afer tilt play KM user the hail WMcirttred '

fl. '? **.wUl hold children' day exercises at ?:* binder Gf'Ck'nJ. R. iVmeroy. Hdrnl,; prayed: a game in the corning which ie- Wm-low M-rwn, cloth.,lacB.cjcie 4 widths! t, of HU and g Min .. u04talii"". '

S been ] Lows Wm. H. Maic, i I'arian jmlr; Jap a until shortly afar tie oadni, 1"16' ,. ii.rnure ,
: p. BV A fine program ha prepare* Lawton C.eiirr, ; tu'ted in a store of 1 4 toin favor of ttaCnonu. I'mbt.rtb .t..1no. "S" -
W'alkrentte. Md.prutatioa twins urnld.-J by theI1AKOAI.1.Tltunillo
aDd all who attend will be well repaid This ate not at all Kirpri'iCgw tires and "' !edawline !' x
.fi : :: htf been rife a* to vhethei : orclA1oI: fa. -j;
The'children have been well trained. the new tut *u|
."F .,...... be more fenieni than was Mr. Shexu, ed, Cucoa juvenile nine outdat eI l their i *. A. Gartlner>le. HondaHt rum ,.iLt .'T" t

BLACKSMITH SHOP.Doa't w bo had a repuutxm for being rery tnct opponenU. Hirju-r, who caught for the : >0, CATTtEWearv ArIi L.t" rtCSY'C. : .Af.'rATiHi we will, 10 jrv.trotlch J
< ::; forget do all kinds of blacksmith about these vxaaitnatioos bat thoM being held ion andrnr cows f/r ale, all frt..h pivot Ju.
Coma team first I..r the
rryular <
S ; the MuKtiU
t.J 'f' and wagon work, horse theeicj esaruic d cay thAt Hok>*ar Is boldin, now l>t. For psntcaUr: nMr--, ,
>. and ton repairing. ('all and rev bis own. other Cocoa man pU vtd with the : Amvncan *l A Wire U H"ai care fc W AK:M ()rmorvd. Ft*, 1
tIme u'
J. D. Esxis. Tiumil! Fla.KKW juveoitti while all tLrTjasf.II!** _erereally in itixk. You c ill site money and
',< COGS FOR BATCHIXU. i by baying from o*.
.' boy player rut ALC; Clair run CAHU.
I-"'< ._ 1tD1'1'ILUIT. tinge comb white leghorns are the ; s. F. Tastue.f CoCava

9' meet table hoard ai \.rWJ that fill th* egg basket. We atot"lIina Tt.TitQlfilft! beat the Da.lnoa tl aa- : : Fla.xrw .tbootS iere of good br Indian i on ;
; :, If want or the Kk of the rive
you raM or ocean
for halriung from our bed jeeterday
: : reasonable prior r troni.. ln* lib GJWC'.IU' ""tuB' the Narrows, de rnted af jiowt.): Lot
m 1lt Mil 00 per 15. of 6 to JTbe Virtoua team U p irticu a t >
> .'> .EeItaaraD&IWf Main street t \\Voopta 1\xuu 1'axts.St.arpes 1&r11UOC1.! bct the Tm>>Til>rt wucid i )IJ'1II. IPe "r
Ii iagton avtane.rO Fb. ban* shut them oat entirely bat for on sorted stock of tro'Trin the >wpm f>ro K, in township :31 south, range 3ft ert.Tbu .

, .:, aALK AT A a.&IWALr wild throw froia a banernta, bh.b ai- arty k&own u tM acct 'r cr boiHint land u unimproved bat finely located. ;'
!-! : :..,: FOR ULLI lowed. Daytona la walk 10 and score the corner bin street and tt abicgv at For farther parucolar adnq:
' 3; :: : Cabin launch, ?J horse power motor. t'fTkt Sow reliable E. M. Ix>w,
CuM n reed, 12 50 per I.OUO ft. 2 roo*. TutMtille will play tU fu$a ; DoePrompt pnce4'
' t write MV. II I
,. order. For partknlars Brockton. }flU.j
: :: & Itt perfect Fla. E. W. Axwcx, Ormond, Fa. tune here next Pteaday.e g--JdL eC
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E Boning sirs. Tarbefl Joined him.Why. cede acvompiny,or saccctd an esrtb- ., b 4

"' Gage" she exclaimed, "tat U quake: Ttese bar been likened to the ayr' t ,

perfectly'' lovely after you are once bowling ,of a. storm the growling of

t.-c t npr In a flash he responded "It Is thunder, the claming of iron chains

yea.. It U so sal the way through life. the tumbling of LOUTJ wagons along

; It is perfectly )1 after you once getup the road the shattering and crnsbiag
TARBELLThe ." of enormous masses of glass and the

:After IOU once get opt That 1s the Irk.

keynote to the man's whole life. That
U the refrain running through the ad. HEALTH -

+ rice to his agents. Get on, get up. if
Real Man Behind the young man! Don't be a drudge. Don't
t be afraid. Make money.. G6 to the The mu who Insure Us life Is

Sensational 'Equitable top: The world Is beautiful after you wise la his family. for Rheumatism, Cots,

.. get there. Have confidence In'your- The maa who insures his health A SureCure Sprs&s. Wounds, 014Seres I

self. Posh drire, do things. Results Coma, Robes
b wise both for his family and
count. Get op. Oafs Balsa Contracted Muscles, Lam Bwk SU3 Jd&U,

Erldently be bat followed bis own himself. Frosted Feet Burnt Scalds sta.AN .
ANTISEPTIC that steps Irritation, subdues lafiaa
You insure health
adrke.lie has got up. From a poor may by guarding

Of Boundless Personal Ambition boy to' the second Tic presidency of it. It Is worth guarding.At nation PENETRATES and drif a* out the Psm.Pores loosens the F\brout11na.*,

He Wanted to Qo one of the great Insurance. companiesof the first attack: of disease promote a free orculsttoa cf: the Blood. gw=* the Musd
,. the world. A comllaDY'Ip4J1llnc! which generally approaches natural elasticity.

E to the Head. two continents. A salary greater than through the LIVER and manifests lEST UNIMEHT ON EARTH r
that received by the'president' of the Itself in innumerable ONCE TRtZO ALWAYS unD
United States. Plans well laid fob another ways

step bister. lie has driven for TAIfPTutt'sPiils- CURED SCIATIC RHEUMATISM

; ,. ', Std a Cottrtry Aleut He Became ,this schemed for It. worked night and

f '. '. Chief tbe day for it stirred his agents for lt.given .
: Factor. ksonace Woril up
Mrs. B. A. Simpson, 500 Craig St., KnoxriBe.Te&n. f'Southern
' ': A Master of Mea. Spectacular, rebates to write more businessfor ., writes: I bare been trying the baths of
;. .' : It. kept his eye on the main chance not Springs. Ark., for sdatie rheumatism but Iget

q klmltailc b Methods He : for It, written more policies than any more relief from Ballard's Snow UsJatat 4

\' other agent In the United States for It, than any medicine or &anything bare ertr tried.
l' And
: ,'/'". Spared Nothing to. and it has come.* "It Is perfectly lovely save your health. Inclosed find postoffiee order for 11.00. 6eu4 au

", A Reach Results.A after you once get up." large bottle by Southern hxpresa."

= r Teal by his Eaemie .IF VAman THREE SIZES: 25c SOC AND $1.00 '

Tarbell baa enemies strewn all along wefhl fumets BE SURE YOU GET THE OtWlMC "

boruOM. Basiaeu Drift Comfe and the way. One cannot drive and crowd and gsrdenen tvegwbere
Ballard Snow
e Eacr -EarIJ ii Ufe a law Stalest Jeweler and mount over other men without pUre oonfidenc la Krry'i .
: 6 ftia-tb.kind thit Dtf fclL "
.{ and Mbit Promoter-His Motto making enemies. LOUIS U. S. A.
These: enemies say rather uncomplimentary .
to Ajeat.Kkt t'p"-Hli Scot IFERRYSL
tbipg Enemies generallydo.
tar the IDzbat.SaJuIc4
'i ; .
They say that Tarbell U so ambitious i
: Wsaua Is tie United that he Is selfish, that be think. SEEDS
off, States.'c only of TarU-lU that bt males great have been tbestandudM49
; scheme, and if the srhemes IIaj>"e They are not rn xprrtmcDk rear j REP CROSS PflAMlCT. TirOSTILLE. mi EAU GiLLIE PHAMiCT. EAU OAUS fc
Hold by all dealers. laws ...d . .
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be gets from under and leaves othersto
Annual for
-'c---; ." During.the opening days of titanic be burled In the debrU. They say D.

-t-: straggle le in the Equitable Life Assurance that In the old days be organized mining ". Detroit "tbeUk.1nc1; Railway.

x association which shook the business schemes la the state of Wisconsin --

.:3'.. world and whose end is not yet that be sold large amounts of stock EfTKCTItK APK. 10. 1004.No. .
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little was seen by the public of the real among others some to his former -- x.: -
301' So. So'u';; ., x.33
who caused the who iu New and that uallU and N.w 1 ark. Y
:4 man conflict and neighbors York most lkiily.l! Dally.13ip. 1"-1. n.n ,

expected .to benefit by it If the wordof everybody lost by these deals excepting 8"iJJi.Tit Merl f'g/.dle Bocks nip Sail/\.*/I''.*,4.4/4. llHI- 755 p. = g'O a LY JrtionvieElsa...,..-.:-&). Uy."-ArY- 00"s;i...:... t "1 po

his (enemies to be credited. Tarbell. lIe made good. They" also 12 IS a ..... Lr.+31'.nnah.H..j! u.t,. Ar. UO.I...... lSiiJ p

This man is Gage E. Tarbell. the sewkG' say that to write his immense amount RUDDERHOWTO e 55 S'----.10:= OAi.1. _Ar'blott..'S. c....._.==:.jfo. Ky. L,. .. 950 p. _:.. _: 6 a649p t

=' ond rice president .* of insurance be gives reliate*. a thing :::=-_ : ..659. -.rJ hfnond,_Va_.:...;.:...._.::.:".Kn.lRy._Lr:..._ U3dp .:.111" ,
BOOKS 9SO p''...... 045 a \r.Wub Dton.IU1..No.Rl Lr !. .IUO
) Tarbell worked his way up from a opposed to the" principles of all Insurance p
Y 1 Over luv tm. built from the tincl 11 as p ....--. USD Ar. Baltimore Md,.1". K. K I.y. I IIU1.! .... ..i' a 11 p
country agent to e, place that ,gives companies" and even unlawful in printed pro u brut lhc"c book Succn fir ...wd 1ft >2 35 .!_- 1 pAr. l'hillelphi" Pa. .. ....P K. U L". a'- ua p .
.----- ..---.- X York N. P. K. lil.f.Itetly 'IMO !
--- -' every dim and upon every ttt Ful detail 831)1 !w .j.-------p- ;
f dra.F,A of,'1 ptrta- t''.nm,, shy it b lid = .. .. .. :
I how I.)wall r. t \f tit";.dy li.rap!e. :
StIlI. 83 sari 3 1- New York and }Florid }:IPrtil6. Pullwu Irawlag .ums .
fly'Lc \ Jncksonnllc and New York. '
", } HOW TO BUILd A RACER FOR JIOUut4rv & ? .
;! < .11".1.\ ., -' l.l.,\Unrarp rar.eaah.r IA. W anti 3}-"W*.h5iijt n cud rloriJ Utuited." Daily Pullman DnlB 2 ups i
i !e..a..d.e-.l--t ". _.n ta"L.a..LL SleepingtirbetwrenJark.ntllleand York }
, Hew TO BUILD A !:!\ItJACKA -.---- ': .-' :.. -c----
:-J.' : tor but pre apt r. .11 ...).'* or Icwkmr twoi hdoh'trr No. 30;1 11
If N..k.-a ,.fd.r., tate.dta..raeatt.iiant.aIp..e.rat.oarkNlIa Ihill lhrouch"Tti of the sky M IM .

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JL HOW Mart TO xmwMftil BUILD rar A a*RACING nwi horn m SLOOP.T.......... k 12 15 a. Lv. Rarannab. UL.. ..._.__._.._... _...;,...-.....,iii, Jel. Ar. I ; :
I II tour i* A....IK.,lea' sad ."" ....i ul to Wiii; tlomwwtt. ps aua 000 sf Ar. l'o1uDlIoi., f\ c.-u.u.__..........J4o. fey.ftj. I.T. I" .
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i HOW TO BUILD A MOTOR LAUNCH 237 p Ar. list priQJ.. N.C........... .u.h. .._.._....__Sa i,. Lf. tit a
'" 4 $ I Hi..|4. .'..1 pn.tinl.. '!_ if kow w e..tnA. a kid 600 Ar. KnotTilI Tmu......_._.........._.......__........... .:;... ky. U. 93Da i otor "**.0'h.1".1eM.HOW 115 Pi \r. ._, -a 'L!!
i TO BUILD A KNOCKADOUT ; ,: ::.: :.::: .:.:.:_ .;. ..,t

'T 1 ir .4ev A.fin"JLtd. ..I .?Ii**>,,>tu.iJ.f l rI...*>tt.a. I.* t Good *..LiIt.IIeat -ibllwanDiswiaghutwandliuftlhlcrl. ., n.,. tatt... J ....riIIe&MSt i
Lou I HOW TO BUILD A SHOAL-DFUUGHT SLOO'A.tIrle.l..c. -_. ,- --- --. -. _.. _. .. ..-
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font*1.w1rr.r.tb.y"n.grAtjuttea ..<..........tyyewp.r.nn.rdearaear' ....... 31a Manou, I-u. 1'7.-.......... .............. Lf53J !1 S M s.I.' ..
HOW TO BUILD A MOCCL YACHT '....n'i s Ar. AtlmiU, :;...1;,.......... ..........-...... Lf. '11511 p,. ,
A frxapV:r ,4.v-rp< n. ,!". .. to I>; tars11Ht ...... : 945 a riitunwB .e+, bar 1:,.--................ ...... .L,. I e1e w .
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o r4 atd! a.: :.::::.._Hil..Pj Ar linrlaasti. (Jun: '. .tllt.h.-.l.::: ... i i 83ft. _

$1. .. .. HOr Lf ('IfU' uuaU. Ill j Four Route _...,............Lf. .._
i_ I II rtrasD PRICE aT I: P.Ita 'WMl11 EACH ...... illl\r.!, .Chir i K>>._ ___Hi,* K'nr Kuulr ..".-..:.:::...._.......Lf:. 7W"f*. .

: .:._ Nisi pi| l.Y.(5kclaaaU. I'tliu Ijun,.._._...._____..._._Ar. 1 a43 i I.. .
"l.Bcnnl..m. .'C"ti..:.- -14 f;.'.I. ,:Irttwira'-MI.tI...Size a pWIa.c f p.A. ....:::1711't.l, Ctiimiro. I' 'DII. .:...l..iQ".P! \::" u

.. ...' II.\ p! Lv52tt ('ibtisasti '( II. IJ.-\Iuwo. n.'''uoo u, ..\rLf. :171A r .. .
r t.F THE RUODC3 PUBLISHING CO. '''- :- 1 83. a; .\!. CatesFn i r. H. A U-Mtooun_ .. ....--. .: ; .l'
a MvRr CTMctr Ni* To**, u. S. A .... .,. t s-i pl, Lv. tlnMllllaU. I:. H. .k IL-flitb.l'rat.r----------\t I 71J1) s
& J ,'Ha' tf Seat' ... .. a : Ar. T lrdo. ('. II A I>.-) l h. Ctnt...__?.Lf.B !11 .. p. .
1 itrat ttetfigte, fert'ttiktiman . :.:. 715: i_Ar.1)-troit.:: ('. .11 AU-Missal_ ak. ..._....h...'. I ww_ ,

.. r3 I -- .. 533-si. .'"rc.--_ Lm.-<'...-...-..-.-.........-....... LTHIK I w fS50 .

.- 30 pj| Lf. iDfinnnti< r'uur...... ......... .. ......Ar. 1- a'-

50 YEARS .. .- .A :45...A._ Ar lletrland.. ._ li g Koor_:::...:.::....: .:.:.:..+f. I i t !31) t

EXPERIENCE ._ .. 14i1510 .
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732 Ar, M. \m'n. Si Uv .. L. ta tico& /
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Ihn 14-'Tbe n.ida Ijmird.:' hally Holid V.-,4jsL TMia. T......h Iy tbarb. .
( ., and Iulliu Wpinc 1 tin Itwren Jad.uyille and (Sntd.eW

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So 5 i No 13 KclwrAST Jstkwn.Ill..a.t K.r..t&b. S"I( Ss 4
DESIGNS __ jt.\p I.-. JukwaYflI lena. kris L'y.. . ..... .... ., Ar. ,S6 .
COPTRI&HTS Ac.ADTOOO -_ ) a Ar \Uso.a.! ....1. Icy------------------- I... nao .
\ Minting a tkftrh and t1IOI'Tif't1ne SAT .. ,1145 Ar r.irciinih w. ."!*.. S. By... -.. .. ... ... Lf a. ..
\ 41..klll11..." oar opicir prat.IMba.stnrerhbaprobaWrp.t .. _.. __. non I'r Mfmj'hw. Trnn. Prism LfLf : '
r .ntahlv. ('.)ft!.......... ''' !J // a
( UmtnnrtlrenafldentUI.Mrt \N4ovt urvrj.fur lIM4brd tfrIV4PPttfnl ool'at-u 6t..u. ',K40 s_ Ar. Kamuuidty. !o'p:" ,. -4yt.. -1l- ,
Uirt tarorga Mann A Co. nceI" N'.. 13 and 14-"Thf Flon"1* LiroHnl Daily
: GAGE E. TAHBELK tftrtai""notlct .nboal ch&r to UScicniific >
CAH SERt7t.J. .
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; him Jlm ri\an. C. Lt:>K. I.l.trirl r.u nrr Afrt, Ion \\"n' Ray It"..,.J. .......lIw.n..
charge of all the agents in the
many of the ftate. They likewise a4Bert A 1I.u.t.n",.!,IDolitral.t", firII II.ACKHCT.O. W. II.TAIU>K. (.. p. A.
United States and Canada with a salary aD, _utI! t.LL 'IN'n. a
of *i ).nrjQ per and with that bp bafi even" enntnuAi tbLpolicy ,.at, hGr nv t5a. II. 3uW b7-II "' .14-':an ... H.IIAKIlWICK.P.T. M. HI.M>KS MlUiUIN. \. 11. I'. A.
year very
*!nr rraohlnz hi< present
well denned hope. it Is said of one MUNN & CO.7/ York
iHlon: that hf 1- n-ctUx in '*adltorw .. THE
eip .
enact V"es r PC.W Matto I) L.
being of
day prevalent the .
company. In trylnff to athlete result! -
And thAt U why the battle was foughtAt The
\Jr.lln. they :aver n- U'fore !'ut..l
least that U the charge made by kt
that t* orgtctzed tLI whole greatEtultable Chamberlain'sCOLIC.
Henry II. Knowtai a former< Eqmtabte .
Ccht t ';: employee, who awerted that the .
& .I to two tTwMeoor f the
% '> company
plan of the Atexantter-Tarbrll faction CHOLERA AND
rery |irot>l pnttwn. \ty th. waypsrtns .C-
" was to oust Klr t Vice In-ident James
liuukii jr 1t"3t.n<1. Umtli Diarrhea RemedyA that Motes I
IUzt Hyde then In a few year I'r.
.'.v cry that the bard of dir-<'tonbare >
ident Alexander who U growth* old. '
;:>\1 'IlriH" to this and that they
would retire, after which TarbrtJ few dc*** of this remedy will
are onaniruou !y of Uw op:non that ,
would naturally sr) to the b<*?d. Invariably care an ordinary attack -- --.- -
Tubf must b* forrr1ont' TaL 15
x The career of Mr. Tarbell is of the cf diarrh**. It standalone,
h> 1-ate't dove&opment of the Immenv.Caatlnned for ellirieufj and
most intense lnterrst as a revelation It b.a b en n"d in nin *pl r

. ti of the bttai&M* methods cf the are. It on psre 3.Tbu demica cf djs?nttryaaccew with perfect IItnnth.;

; : eiesspIfle. In an extreme degrv the -- -Ttr..t- ._- It always be dPpend.itrtrln 1 It hag plenty of meUI and it i.
t'.I1ac. can
ftrrurt and the faults developed in the where it UfM the
even in the more .evere ? uurt 1;( t d.
modern ttrujrgk for weelth" aad place If you are lsrj nid, deprtsel J. in"'apat le attacks cf cramp colio and cholera It U
in d-
Tarbell U the rtry incarnation of eD-I 1 1erty [for work, it ind:ores that your liver i* morbna perfect iju and work 't

elf confidence and pers.mal ambition. .; oct of ord r. Herlnn III HI awn nature It iqnallf gacr wfal for lII&o"bJp.E't'rIt .

; tre>b. plnck. pwwf eranc*. to throw off htAdtchrd rheamli Tnaimnu asst I summer diarrhea ant cholera Y ln uieaus MJOlttbln&
ti are written In the line of his face, art Infantum in children, and U the
akin to twrvotMCfta" and "eetore the lives of ... .; Send fur catalogue.
revealed by bJs words are shown by., the ewifiw and tiulity of wand and mans of.aclat many
i I children each
bit i pwfert l*atb. J. J. Habbmrd. jer -
carer Tem,*. When doc d with water and
fry* .. Tartars Ufc. Teiaa, writes: I have od lter'tineme : sweetened r it ia pJ Art to uk*. Bridgeport Machine & Motor:'C :
thenafitvoTMrt, It
bat done m* more B ri ,
Every of
Often a man by one rmart tire* a rood than all the doctor It it the bt-t ; man a dgeport
kwpthu remedy in bU home.
of tia whole character. Here
CiU&p BdM tier maJ Lx chafe and fet r,M I Bay It It life. Bridgeport Coan.
b ODe of TarbelTa" made t& aa addrewto SOc. SoMbr Rfd Crow Pharmacy &w now may save :

to a .prop. oj agrott. He explained .Fitt Gali* Pharaacy. Pwci ttc. 1..lM18tt!, yx.s F. N. HITCHCOCK ft: CO., A jeata. Titusville Florida.

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s kTa.=""' .-'''' tad tar _ndo'; !e'tor maBoat. Kodol DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT .::it 1Y"t. 7 ..
gnu. ODe caanew '
-L. ;'Pyka,:drk.sad tmwinr; JeU1 _, Theft.oa botWaoratat t"4 ti... "kW lb.wkkb*....It tares e ,' i:'::',: 1,
1 "" r I... E. tell Gage E. Tarbeil has s .
MMn Walker, U B.'F : nanus*en*AT nt. uwusocr or <: :!.. >__
a Widn, B,.L.Maltow. F.A..Mttpa.' W. trange. baUt.', llgbticg' on his feet -' .
lleaatla Marilmra: Ta ,eeoadl & C. DtWXTT & COMPANY CHICAGO. ILL : =

tftfS ffii<*<., fatsdar la each atoata..conm .; A BdvtsfM Cmcr. For ask by the Bel Cro* Pharmacy TiWMiU: Eau Gallie Pharmacy, Eta Gall .; ChM F. Campbell, Melbourne, ,< .,. T

L Y 'Mr,. TarbelTa ,career is pktureaqa*. --_.. _--, ._ ._ --,- .
!IU IO* .
Y -' Bona, ia Qtesa&fQ eoonty, M. Y.. 1a banquet sea,! held and Tarbell near

:'COUNTTYomz1iLIxP.aaey.Tha... ISM, ,be bcp d'pal,less way ttroogn the close of his address teed this isagusge'r -
-' Till*, exmty 3dgectt.Ie + Oaaldo.',Titos- school by soliciting life ,t&sora&ee. IVJ
a ;> 'villa. prae* cm,au '
T1SII l.Ie..derk ebtail eourt; P.- A. MeWf Then he went into theyewtdty bosl- You will Cad that the reputation of C' The name "Simplex"has

E IU*iU *. EH Gallic taatt.eraPSN''. 8&1J. DeIIat the little' town of Marathoa. a life insurance'company is almost u

V f, TlturUk .uo11ed.orJob LLeuy.! ltaa. Then be studied lav. Waiting tot dlenU.wu sensitive if cot quite M the reputation ) !MPLEX been repeatedly =
-5 1'r vifl ,tranrr; J. );.;Walker,.TUwvilJe, active
{ Dot to the liking of bin
and I
a ,man or a woman begof
$ M...pcriatQ4eaa of.t:Uc in nctloa; J.O. "' ''
;J Trkt. Tifuvin, "ewiatr sarveyor. J. P. Bind 10 'bt'bfpJa again soliciting la- yon never to do anything to,tarnish U1AN complimented' very r

:B......'N.sari1k.aJmt6: W. 8. Sorwood, loraace. Then the western River took tt !a the least"In

t> 'TttanuIe.regI.trttaen officer.OOUNTT .. biav,aad be .went to Madison, W1&, the tight of subsequent events ..: appropriate. The Sim-s.

COMMI8S10XETig.-B JL Cask- bongtt out lalf Equitable agency and that remark takes on a peculiar, almost '

'M{ fi't J1q.TiUIUD caiman W.B. Walker 7Vtosvflk I began to derelop.nls wonderful power a mournful significance and per plex is simple in every

asf r- ;Ma B. Mot laduvnoU; JBO. CJoo as an insurance agent.. So well did bPi one cot originally intended. The

c ., Qtuy J. Frank BtH White Qty I be incceed that be Ran not satisfied most secret affair of the Equitable Its VieVwayandparticular.
Men iar IeMI tU are held first Uoadayta .
.,'each IDOItUA. with hit S .OO) salary and.asked to be hare been brought before the pubic e

"; placed on a commission basis. He and the two factions hue not beta at v mechanism is simple. .
dreamed of $100,000 policies. The
sparing in the charges they Late
-- ty.k11 chairman;I. II.Orrel,SebaaUaa White;city A.J.Carter Belula't.: forn-.*. smaller ones be took aa fillers. It was made against each other., t e.T' I It does not easily get -

T r __ sbna are held fin Monday ia each IDbUtb.'il far: the big' ones that be planned Then ,Still, Mr. Tartwll'a loyalty to the .. 0

-. I came sling the iron mine excitement Uqnitable 1* one of his most marked _: r .1 out of order or need raI 1 R

h. !f :AMERICA TO ENGLAND. and be embarked in this. At a promoter traits. He talks It. dreams it, lives It. I

'., be bad the same tureens aa be ills whole being apparently has Ua .pair. If it should, by any mischance, it is

'foem read by the Rev Pr, Mlnot J. bad as an insurance solicitor The bound up in the company tie baj i V
to y fiavag at the Loto club dinner recently mine bubble bunt after a time, but filled thos under him with this spiritof easily fixed. The Simplex is fully warranted
given ta New fork u a farewell to stake.
Tarbeil 'got out wits a good
IF:,' 'Whltalaw Reid.- Coped State ambajsa.dor About this time he went to Milwaukee! loyalty to the great Institution they and is an ornament to any home.; :
; to England ,
There was a great furniture company serve.ffij f
Y SI2J90 -
Th youngest of the naUoaa Secretary. Sold V
Grown stalwart in the wat.gyn. that failed, and Tarbeil' in tome way This U strikingly shown In the attitude By
Teams back when each in as hum, been assigned tome
to morning war bis
of Miss Anna L.
Glow o'er the ocean's creit'And of Uw claims. There were assertion ib
J crlea "'0 mother country. of irregularity In connection with this Amende who by tbe way, is the high INDIAN RIVER MUSIC HOUSE

J _Ours .. your anc4 nt prtd est salaried woman hi tOO United
_ And whatever may befall JO' assignment, and the case, went to the States. ?

Our place |a at your ilderI courts: Tarbeil won u usual. Then
Miss Amendt personality la almost
back into the insurance business More
Ours are the oil trsd1Uns as Interesting as that of her chief. She TITUSVILLE.
than Given the state of
success ever.
? +f ; f Of Saxon and of Kilt; worked her way up from a poor Ohio
Wo mil rax Weatmtnster Wisconsin, then transferred to Chicago
schoolteacher It was then, she said
: And kneel where you hare knelt and given several other states. It was

Tour restful country places. here that an Incident occurred which she owl to pray not to awake in the _. ._ ... .
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Hills lakes tad London tows morning she hated the work so. She
explained the reason Ttrbell
Their memories v* Inherit went to Chicago, studied stenography,
And share In their renown war made the third rice president of NEW YORK FASHIONS
its 4 the company at the age of thirty-ate. went Into the local office of the Equitable

Tour Avon I* our Avon In a. minor position, and her tact
Let him tell this In: bit own language.
t; Bone knows no border line; and capacity for business hare done -' % *
The their radiance Here to bit account:
stars single
Which In one heaven al ae.I "00 the last day of :November 1891. tIle.tuw she receives a salary of Pattern For Lady's Dressing, Sack Designed by 'j ja ja
< $12. Within your "Poets Corner" per year
1 received a telegram from Mr. Henry
Martha Dean-No.
Locgtellow's fettle pace much more made by writing Insurance 6246
the late of this
B. Hyde, president
With all the august shadowsIs
outside of the office. Her motto Is,
given a welcome place. society asking me if I could give him The Milijw or dressing sack is tb. 0..
Molasses goes a great deal farther
from the field under my management garment for which no substitute has ever
:g; Tour mighty men of science than vinegar. Her chief fad i. a trI
&500.000 of business in the month of been for
WJIo',. made the world found when It comes to tM tint
anew horse Black Secret, and the proudest s
<.'," Tranaformlnc earth and heaven lJe<-. be1'. Tbe amount was much of relaxation and a cosy hour to on 'a
her life when this
hour of
perhaps was
w';.i Wroucht not alone for yo*. larger than had ever been produced in J4. room a pretty negligee has much to do la
>;.i: Prom Newton "p to Dorwta and apple of her eye took a ribbon in the .T
the agency In a tingle month at alleviating one's warlowprttty, t-
..e: Each from his truth built throM New York horse show.
:: : Nods greeting to our homace first blush it teemed 'impossible of accomplishment cause In the negligee, M In the conrtn-

", L-, W. claim them for our own Then Immediately the Way Not a Caesar Atonal toilet, cut, WcomlnxntM and fin-

'4': thought came to me that the greatest The man who fights harder after being lib mutt be considered Inn though the
: : I
). + Yogi fought the flfht for freedomAnd
l'. !,". taught rnmktnd UM erae4 I Ufe assurance man in the'world would knocked down than before la the material U lueij n.Ive. la this model k''r ':

';,:1c", ." Lone en our "DecUratton" tot' have asked me for that amount one who usually wins out Tarbeil baa } w. hare a very dainty, pretty sirl-.

"J..oi1'. "< Then waa a Runnnnede.We tf be bad thought its accomplishment been knocked down often as who has wily copied by the home M..". Tfl.

won at Appomattoz. Impossible and I wired Mr. Hyde that ; not? In two of these instances the blows i j sack U tucked at .h.uld.n *o al to glue ei ;
', But had won before
you : ;
:",t: Our Bunker Hill and Tovktow Le should have the business I Immediately were delivered by the Chicago and National ample fuHnei to the body part and the
'. Cnd rwrtten' associations. In i drop pointed collar li a becoming mole
( Look back to Varaton Moor. asked every agent In my employ
to work during the month of December both cases he was a candidate for rreeIdent ( to almost very woman. Perhaps the beat r
f Our Washington and Lincoln 1 feature of all U Id uluWIIty as a tub
; In both be was declared beaten t,
with the one of writing
4.2.'. Were of your sturdy stock. purpose 11 dressing sack, sad tt.. only trimming U
Cut out of Mllton'e Quarry the largest possible amount of and in both be challenged the rote and the bends of rontraotir.ff material.Site .
..M. One piece with CromwelTa rock. rather serious altercations ensued.
first class business day. I kept
'= every r *. JJ to U Inches bu.S meavr
Our pllgrbne learned the leaaona ,
,. the thought before them constantly There have been all sorts of NapoLuntof
i. That English m.&atbe"'* .
.'., : And through the wintry weather for the whole'month and found at its finance and what not! Why DIRECTION fOR ORDERING

..: They brought It over ... close that the agency bad written and not a few Caesars! If there is sucha + i Send 18 cent to this .m... give sun hoc

forwarded to New York hi a sing! thing as a Caesar of insurance, of this pattern No. i M. and state aiM d.V .-
Her in the west grown mighty. P airtd. It will then be sent to you by mall
,' that describes Gage >:. Tarbeil. It will
: month than $5.000.000 of bustmess. -
a ;. Though w* atone might win, more He nun to write ftolnlr sad el- 1.aa
a> W* look back to the boa land I ." be remembered, by the way that the |iv* /_(! ad4r.... Several daya ;
-t' ,'.., -. And feat th* thrill of kin. TsAdTs Saucst bdpee fint Caesar was slain for hU ambi- mull be allowed for delivery of pattern +
\7- "" Then tat u* eland together
'.' TiU over all the earth On the death of President Hyde tion, and if Tarbeil is slain In the _._, _'. ... __._ u _. __ "_ _
J-; '. Our manhood and our freedom lames W. Alexander became presi battle be is now waging It will be for

.:;"" r" Ia every Und haw birth. !. sent and Gage E. Tarbeil... promoted tbat This fact remains-tbat be is the
i;. :: most forceful character in the fight i
second vice
""" OB vUton let us cherUh to the presidencyaf iI
That aa the year Increaa. the company. When be was calledto courageous, spectacular inimitable in I

.::.__'\x' ; W* two mar teach ih* attar New York be was made supervisor method, energetic, resourceful and a ,.
,.. ,': ,. and welcome
: ; To love peace. of
master men.
of and this was still his work
But should ta* war cloud gatherO'er
:0'; "
': .,. ,-.: Neva or th* Rain after his final promotion. One element J. A. KDOERTON. \ V/

And should UM threatening navies of his success lay in his power to
; Wheel Into aflent line Itin a kind of bilious mood \ ;
!,P- tilt his men. One of the ways be bad You with an aid to digest Jood,

; ,-- Then when the peaceful beareaeAr of doing this was by sending out circular No other pill w half ra good \

'. :', darkened In *cllr**, letters in book form containinginccesa A* l Wit\1 Little Early Rters.

," May our two Ughtalng rnrng. !.* recipes U one may use the The famous Little Early Ri-(ers cure \ 1 r / cr
On thunder from our hips.W
!' need but stand together term. Here ar. a few of the more constipalion, sick !headache, bilionsnw*, /
,-. :-v; etc They never gripe or sicken but im-
TO boW the world! la fee Juicy of three:
'.= And to the nobJet laeue jtart early rising energy. Good for either
; : Make every day count, and if possible
r children adalu. Bob Moore LsFav-
CDotroI: the age to be. or ,
: make some of them count two. "Xo talking IVWjtt's
cite Ind. "v!: use ,
{.. '.;.t. Than let this glorious vlaioa \Vhat a man 'can do U his! greatest Little Early Risers 110 the work. All

,0":' !\ Along our pathway gleam ornamentBy other pills 'I have used gripe and makeme
: ; :;i'- At up the future leada ua desiring a thing suSSolentlj and sick. L WUI's Little Early lll>*n':
.:.' 'Ji" ':".. Th ...r'.. the poet's dream.on. !
to have it and working brought the knq l"Ougbrt'it'f.: : Tl.ey \ 1-
-. race and one tradition.Knglteh. determining J//JL- i
ear} prrfert. Sold! by KM Crt Hiar-
;: American. earnestly and Intelligently for It. that i
', .,: Eaa Gallie Pharmacy and Cha*.
; -" And on Mgh Inspiration thing must be accomplished. It simply m4cr
'4"6., The destiny of man! F. Campbell.
\ --0. York Tribune cannot elude your gnup. 1 iI
tift'. The only Milton the work respects I
't t
4 Tartar.
-- 11 the glorious! old blind man who lived ;
.' Earepes Eyes.Ace Nantippe, the nits ofemptiwl $ ..-ratMl. sometlacs \ -mi
and sang and it has never given a
: .:: :. i Englishman asked a Jap&Df'H buckets of slop l from tie
"" laurel wreath yet far a deed undone.It .
:.' what \U'1Jck him most about the Enrojvwui windows on bU brad a* he entered U enthusiasts who do the
1'-' :> fac"f. lie replied that It was the the : left the hou>*. i

:." horrible round tje*. A Hindoo to whoa climbing making profrvw every day l!

'.;&'$.' ( ',' be put the lime qU8tloU said that It tnd who get to the top. If you want a pretty face and WiKt-! $ ,
I be oen.uri for "drtrtn, but t
of the Euro- may ful sir,
-" was the glimmering fIn i M
1\, i.! I tell loG that wMk-kHplnz bU.y-U Il.y cheeks and lovely hair i
meaning -
>. that be noticed. prosaaX
-t! ""' pen the cure for half the ills of life and WedJirj trip am* the ,*.A. i 1tt"

., Y ':"-i:::;>:: i ably'baN cloud. the source of nine-tenths of its bappi- Ak Put your your dru fc-.tli.:;"ia t Kucky Mountain Tea. I' ( jjfARJANDOJS) #,e;

s 'b Wb.. the CUr "'.rial.. bfld.kIod
motto, these not only for life
!t < ,: ne fUr gt up at 7 o'clock and 0A. 3P0u2A.Bu : $

: :. tr tJ uti oa tea and $aC After insurance but for Kfe. ,Iie iIce}ttl tt11sL'lin Ee;'t ILw I

E- wortlcg two boon be wafts for u kiss SMUMT Sds LMr ,t

4 ; IB the afwnxwa !* Tartll bad many other ways of ;
-i: _.. o boor la his park. /r I
N,:..."' '. takes another watt and men works stirring up tie agents under bin. One I iw

VJi- *. '. >'. hard tffl 11 o'dock at night except for of these was to bold a auia&er school II For sale by the : F

-J?t .::' ., the time devoted to bit.dton r. With in New York Instructing college boys KILLTMI COUGH I :

,"}.::-3=: bU, wife and children bf ttsaallj roc In the ways of toiicittag tusuranteand AID CURE THE LUNCS '"" !
I'' i
r -. ... between l seodisx them out INDIAN RIVER
>' :-;',,". vefses IoU rrew or English to prereet -;( frommo1rsu.ndtDr to secure bOnHt In the metropolis I
\:1 &: tH WITH'
< :>. ::.. tbem. At the clues of the school SAn aPeWitt's Dr.King's

',): n. Sah.n. r.Mtnwe. ,
i &, .aaa
: ,;* >wt rea e
S* -'-.L'A. hem rtceatlj reclTd at the Witch Haul I Salve penetratee New Discovery

'..'' froa Pn the pores of ht skin and by it* anti ep- TITUSVILLE FLA.
=<. obwrratory I
: : ; Uarrani coU*" ,
tie rabifodeat and tattling inf react it 0lMPT10)l! PrktOMHlaal
ft; ::. fMMT Lowell at Flagsta!. J.lt1. tatrf fGbJ la1hma1ioc&ndcurrt bmia, barns FOR $0e 411.00 f

1 ">t that the fi Nt wtattr mow appeared is ruts-ma. tether ring worn and all S Frw Trial. I

"" "k 'tb* arctic region tf Mara Wtwleti May kin dieraee!. A specific Purblind, Weeding i
;::7: it and 1.. Wes : d pike. The fwoain* hitch Haarf Surest and aoiduttf CUre for all. I
and LUNG
-" .... patcb to tie Xr Tin**. It curtvtid Isle sea mad by E. (XIV Witt & Co.
I th old Cross Eaa Gilfe or
f L'\'. teat are*' tarronailsg Sold by C4 Pharmacy 1
Ioajtttde' Pharmacy sad CUs. F. CampbelL 1a r
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w:, f:$' ;:'fIIfUV,FLORID. STABs F .'t $IxPLiJ STIC8. UC'VMI RATBS.ttenutiooal UP TO DATE LINGERIE. <
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"L-5i i"""" :;, "m.- NERVOUS
-'- a ilatiitepagt1 anllleaeiael eomoiuee appointed to viat the University Endeavor, which la to convene la Caws lttai. I. taeata. Style,
'" !' "; 4etM lash inaatt ., DaJatr Take sag aleeee Elects.Charming .
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-> '" h"irT seta of handmade lingerie
',', ;F"..,_, "Of ,-",\. ._.'_. ,." .. .. W..., aWlnsaa r ,1.b.r. thirgs there, baa ] forth a the fretted event id the 'history of the are at hand to the tbop ready for the

}; :..+, PUBLUHg gYMYu nm.t.TMou o. strong defense by the Times Union.the organisation. The 5th Biment Armory. early manner bride to add to bee trou- ./

,' .:::'!I--;>"' M7 :-::'i'" ..Y''acl_. Cl ftlOII'.eIM.-- .urJl rai. Ocala Banner aDd other papers through eating I6,500'Peapk, tod several immense eaa, handmade oadenrrtr. b alwayathe r
'-"' 0--' ; '1'>> s ; t 9s m ii JOaIlX.OII"I1IL -- out the it&. auditoriums have been secured I dalatkat. therefore the moet ex / 'I \

.,( ,.' ::; ( t'f" .ire etlatas ataal. ............a :Having made sach aenoos accusations, and will be bwmtifbJly and elaborately pensive to buy but many charming ,
: _' JJ---:. .......-- could pieces of lingerie be added if the
;,. ,... committee not. reasonably expect decorated., A Urge number of, spetkea j may
"!> 'f1 ."" than bride elect 1.1.clever with her DH4 .
.ri1 .. neither anything else t spirited reply of world wide reputation will take part
-.OIj' @., -1i aiiat .. 1d7.M.I .Sd that Regulation bridal seta contain' three
"-4," .Tan1 8ra Mr Itt editor b reu oMibl* foinecee from the college: anthoritiea. Dr. Sledd, and a chorus of 2,000 trained TOJCM will
<<- ,. : ... plet.'el.&DIl to extra short petticoat U )
... rrL < > .tAiE1.a*nt.4laaeg ay a preadeut of the university, has taken up add to the interest of the m tJ"I. For

..- ""% the codgels aDd the Ocala Dancer givesbin this occasion the Florida State Union of often added.
made la cbemla
; 'J'bt..creI&) OD ff 6t'Lade Snooty '. DeW gowns are
tide of the can ta follows: Christian Endeavor has selected the Seaboard
1 titates the redtstricdDg of this county into style to be drawn over the bead, tad
"' ,'. .Z""' .". .lretlOOD&Y' commbtiooert' district*.and "The reply of Dr. Andrew Sledd preat- Air Line railway u their official with very short or elbow length tleevea. --'
Jt:: dent of the University of Florida to the route. The new feature U broderle aafkUe
{!gip iato' three school ,districts, both of which ; :E
'C' report on the condition the Universityof A personally conducted party will leave trimming applied at t yoke. Many of
.;,. >. will,be>> attended to at the .next; ,meetingof the chemise bare V ahaped
Florida made the visiting Jacksonville
bjr legislative special car on Tuesday
the board of oatntycoctmeaionenand;
la front which the
yokes roood la back
commute. is, we think complete and morning July 4tb at 9 o'clock arriving
_'t>o' .. <= '"'* ehool;: board.The.Florid. whence the fullness falls. Entire 3 %
:;.. -' ,," conclusive. at Baltimore
:;; Wednesday morning at
sleeres cat bell shaped to the elbow are
-t Son;, JlCklO nUle'ii 'new Tbe visiting committee said that 50 11:30.. The fare for the round trip from made of the broderle. Both the alma

f ..fD, oo'dailr, wspeaded poblicat per cent of the university patronage is points in Florida will be as follows:

.;. ;:' bit Saturday after t few monthV existence purely local the truth is that it U only Jacksonville, $ 248.3>

0: _7 ts? aat:..daily.. It wet ;reckoned aa an 30 per eenL Fernandina, 2485

:fi r J: i/ able and fearlew piper: and bad pl oty.of "The report states that the chapel ball Tallahassee, 96.90 s _

.i r4v money and, ability behind It, bat thebaaineea Ulna frightfully dilapidated condition: Late City, 24.S3 i

trot a losing one. Ills stated and that the walls are tumbling down. Gainesville, 27.00 tt

.5 ; thai the bat -rank aboot $35,000. Dr. Sledd shows that the plaster had fall Ocala, 27.90

[ ,Q en off of one square foot in every two Orlando, 29.15 &

IFs Mr. George Nf. Allen, of Key West, thousand square feet or about one-fuurth Tavaree, 2915

.J5 vat recently in Jfew York, where he bad of a square foot to an ordinary room. Leesbnrg' 28 90

,: .i pleasant chat with Mr. H. M. Flagler "The report says that the two donna- Dade City, :'.!t.75

; in which the latter assured the former tones are entirely unwholesome Dr. >Plant City, 3>.50

*. that the extension of tow F. E.C. railway+ Sledd shows that the health of the students Manatee, 31.90

< .from.'the present terminal on' the tfcain- not only now, but in all past times, Tampa, 31.15

y land to Key West will be built, with em. has been most excellent."Dr. Ticket will be on sale at all coupon p It1S5BLANCHE

Y .phasia :on the:,words "..ill be bOll..." Sledd also chows that the average offices July 1st to 4th ,inclusive, and are \t1 _

t Preparations are now being made to begin Dumber of instructors to the number of, good for return trip fitui July 5th to 15th

the work on a mammoth scale,and U will students compares favorably with all the inclusive. By payment of $100 extra

be poshed forward ipeedily aa powif prominent universities in the country, : the return limit may be extended to AngSlet WILY.TtR .

co and gives a detailed list of same to prove A special rJ'r..iII be pro d.d f
113 lU VNCMK OUKY, a prominent
ir' :
:( .4 It hu been ascertained by actual count hIs statement for the Christian Endeavorera and their 71 ITt young society woman of

3 of the poll lift that' the population of the "The. report says that$7,500 was appropriated friends, and those not desiring sleepers 1 Memphis, Tenn,, In a repeat letter from

a new. county of SL Lade and Brevard by the legislature of 1903 fur the will travel Vestibuied thoroughfare lit Alat>am street, asyst

a mart be pretty erenly divided. There is model farm. Dr. Sledd sent a telegramto coaches. A LOUIS 8TTLE COSSET COTUL: "To A xtety woman M hone nervous

4 i1 t difference of not over a half dozen State Comptroller Croom asking if this AH communications should be addressed and yoke are run with wash ribbon. force It often taxed to the utmott (root
lack of Kit and Irngvlar meats I
voters the counties. While to E. T. South Lake Wier The yoke Is attached to the naln ook
between two part of the report were true according to Upham Inow of nothing w hkh It nib o snuck
w r St.'Locie county has the larger area, the lie records shown at Tallahassee.,. The FIlL, transportation manager of Florida skirt with narrow 1 Ix-sidlng, which also t-encflt atVrunj.. / took It few

teeecaed taluation of Brevard proper will mptroller wired back 'Xo.' State Union of Christian Endeavor.TREASURER'S holds the bliirt scams together. months MO nAcn / felt my strength
Another pretty yoke I. made with firing and It mad itselftT.nlleet
; exceed that of the new county, according "The further that the way, cooo
: ; report says trustees
strips of fine cheer Daln*>Ot crisscriMaftl In fit In-g me new strength _
i';) to the judgment of some our county of- who have control of theexpendi- STATEMENT. with half Inch wide val lace Insertion. nJhealth."...U'.atKhe Orey

}, data,.who ate beet qualified to talk 00 tore of the United States government JVNt Ut, 1905. The yoke and sleeves are edg IVruu U without an equal aa a n r*!
Balance cash on band May U5_tl4.073.4;!
thU lubjectCANAL nnds for supporting! the experiment sta- Amount received in May 1905._._ 11,77549 ed with val tx>a>1ing, Klbbon I* run tonic ana viUl inrCurator. 1
...... Lion were accustomed to use these funds through the beading on the sleeves and l>uy a tiutiie i>f 1'rruua. If you dn.

:BILL VETOED. for the national TotaL____._...t35S i.VI finished at the ('Ihowith bowa. The nut receive all the lten >flu from l'ireua
to law.
1 purposes contrary Less warrants {Maid in May 1905, and yoke has the same ribbon finish tied In that TOU expprte*], writ U* Dr.t'olnit'mi Ifu$ ;
{ : 1 It has been given out that Governor \s a result of the practice the agricultural warrants delivered to county mom t\
a tow In the center. Yoke and ftlwvpa rear ,
} kE t Brovard has vetoed the bill recently interests the state have suffered and mishionen and board of public instruction .. .
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..____.fl2.l32.50: can be cut first and crII/I"roll( *'"l with
,; passed by the legislature granting an extension the state will be deprived of a part of the the bee arrl'rwlIN.It' the material

e of time o(' two years for the com $15,000> appropriated to which it will be BdlaorccasboaiiaRilJuue 1,1905. fl3,$1l muht be cut from under the lace afterIt The Alpine Cottage,
pletion the waterway between St. Au.r entitled for the next fiscal year, the The above amount is held as follows, : U Sew f'j0..

kJ gastine and Biscayne bay Gover'lOrBronrd' United States department of agriculture Deposited in Indian Rivrr State Th corsetOTIT shown In the cut U Under the management of Mn. Kat*
bank, M per cashier'.certificate attached Myers, a8 Uu action in tbis matter U in line recently ruled to that effect. to monthly statement, and designed to'l ilr under tbo ut.'w tljfht(

with the position maintained by the "Dr. Stedd telegraphed to Dr. A. C. nub in sfe.__......._._____..g13,3'\ 0 41 fitting lodlces. It fastens In the back TITUSVILLE FLA.
and i b triiauioJ with luMrtloa and
board of trustee of the internal improvement True. Washington, I). C., who has the Balances belonging to each fund are as me-
follow: da\1lol\C\ of lac'. T1i' material U fine
R fund, that the legislature has no work in charge, as follows:
Countyrevenue, general fund ......1 3.19 nairSlllit.! jrnir <'HOI.LKT.JAS. Daily or Weekly Board.
i : right in deeding or granting land to rail I 'Asserted here that Florida will lose ruad and bridge: __hoe 11.JS ---- -- --
1t wayt and canal companies. 'part of Hatch fund next year. Is this building ._.__. 1384 OASTOrl.J: : House Newly Furnished

This question U now before the courts true? Please wire reply. *"* tWdipjt fine and prisoners forfeiture "- u_____._._ Mil 53300 Bean th let K, ,( Vat Il3', n113U l 3C.t5tn. .: Everything First Class.

fc for adjudication, and until a deciiien is "The following is Dr. True's reply: ." nil r'd fd. ,Dftt 1. 913 cL ,

reached, all land matters will be tied up. 'Washington, I). C., May 24, 1905. .. M M N N .. .N. 2.__._______ 1.0296) Gf ftiJ: vwtl
.. 3. lS949 .. ._, ._ )/)('atlou. Ui't'kirtsttrett, near Julia.
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It la understood, however, that the action Director Andrew Sledd Aericultnral Es. 4. 16038
v, ; of the will not interfere with wriment Station Lake Fla Dear 5. 5427 -- ---
governor City,
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game warden fund __ :2W.75 PRITCHARD & SON
% the work of completing this waterway, sir: On my return to Washington this .. property of ilwreastd person BOBBINS

i4 neither will it impair its land grants if morning jour telegram of May 22 has fund. 1.0
N b..1 fuud {(sencr*!). 1,11232 TITUSVILLE, FLA.,
I't the courts decide against the trustvreof been brought to my attention. On the .. .periat tat .chnol dUt. 1_ Ii (>! t\ GRAHAM
ri' the internal improvement fund. basis of Dr. Allen's examination of the .. .- 2._.. 3121:
?a. )lr. Miles general manager of the canal account of the Hatch fund for the current N N Y N II "N-3.__.... 19743Total 4& 5.M CO.,

P company, states that the work will fiscal year, no disallowance is contemplated (Incorporated. Paid up Capital '..(I{> 4)OJ
!..__ _.| !+}..41Respectfully. &
4 be carried on without interruption, with and no public criticism of the man. .- This company n. law

b i a view to completing the dredging opera- agement of the station has been made by JOIIS HENRY, iu tl>e Indian iivr (VMU..

i; s. lions just as soon U possible. anyone connected with this! office. County Treasurer. try.on the S-t. Lncte River,
_ _- 1 at New Hirer, and oo IK*.
yours, l1a .
carne ,

"So, from stan to finish Dr. Sledd has LCCARFRAKK luusn' | I'UICES TO SUIT TIIETIXKS.UrruiiAT
AdniiraIDewey U of the opinion that the J. (lea: Ly tnakc oath that be i* .
t i battle! of the Korean Straits established annihilated every adverse contention the.eniurtartnernftbe5rmof F. J.CHEEKY 8ud for
made in the visiting committee's 4 Co., doing busioev in the city of Toledo, ladllat.
the supremacy of the battlrchip. The report Monty and state aforesaid' and tbat Raid firm .
t opinion haa born held, and, it may be, is and put every criticism flight will pay the aura of One Hundred .Mian for

lurid Jet by some naval otlictrs, that thr "The committee, in a word, has been each and every ass of catarrh that cannot be TITUSVILLE AUK MIAMI
+ cured by the out of HALL'tCATAR.H (YHr
t: torpedo boat had practically tuptneded completely routed, and it is shown that FRANK J. CHENEY TTL77a oil

!. the battlrthip, while others believe that i its statements have been unfair, inaccurate Sworn to before me and sub""cnbed in my
presence. this 6th day of December. A.P.*"'5..
." the torpedo boat will sever be a source of and made from motives that ) \Ve invite your attention to HASBROUCKKASIKIJ I

strength to a nYeL This difference of should not actuate men in high places." |{ iEAU > A. W. GLEAfiOi S..1 .

; 4 opinion is one of the f\&80W thre'UK> Now that the' Buck man bill l.i pared, --.I i Notary I'ubJit the following clove prices on our 1"E'

and in view of the probability that theUkeCity Hali'a Catarrh Care U taken internally and ST.RTS KASIKIJ: : HIN.S t'T."UJflR.
much anxiety to full detaiUof the bat -
get arts directly on the bled and modnai tarf- popular brands of cooLing "toTes UlVKBUKKtTCK: EFFICIENCY
,= t tle of the Korean Straits: As far Lack a* institution! will lt-uton a neoftheay'fmf Send for tretimonialc. ftvf.

i lS$9Capi. Eric on,of monitor oiesuted wore rn! p u+eer than any oust rrgise made J
' that the UttlteLip WM obtolcte that the further controversy should tf divppedaihl :
1 "' U'e continually dentoiMtrat tilt .
0. K. !
j queen15 :
'- fl. submarine boats Lad rendered it of little every effort made to bring the Univf COIDtO-rc'i&1 l slur ft to Sup tlllfM poWu.tooJlI'tull.lbI i

,,$. account. Notwithstanding this opinion, r.ity of Florida to the (runt as one of i- Prince Stoves : 0.00S.I ; High '"t rd ..a... stem

(, however, the battleship has a firmer place the bet* educational institutions of the :a) W :'n horn purer.

.. i in the navies of the.worldnow than at moth. 7 .' '. : !MM) Benj. W. Jerome, .

; : any previous time It is being improvwl rllri'tf' !(*!,?_ uf Offlr- *. O. K. Oueen Storni, .VM n.K STATE iODTT,
ali the time and was the main reliance of The Iteutfuaut Ipr\"O"-1f of South
h Togoiq his battle with Roj >tvencky. ?an>5Loa wear a purple robe of office S-M 11.00 WI'T I'ALM ruuulM. :.

o' r *Admiral IV* azrers with the when presides; over the senate.Jat .
ey popu.t. ,. *. ** Alto State
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:: tar view that Itojwtvtiuky blubikred What Ci eryone !MroaU no,

; r when he failed to keep liiout-lf potted M Mr. J. T. Barber, of Ir"inville. Ga., I bl Ilu"trate
;, to the hereabouts of To#>'. drtt and alto ,always keep a lottJe! of Cb.trnt>' TWO-CYCLE MOTORS,

in coctin&ing boa double tine formation lie Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy at particular on application to
hand and (l I ; Y .1 1 &D !1. h p 1flip shark up ludate.
for inurit nx. Attacksofuolic e
after be in of
t came sight Togo'*thips,
a cholera roorbc and dianhva JAS. I'KITClf.Uil: A. SON
that formation be rendered ineffective
? t By mine on so suddenly that there u no EAST COAST MEAT
Y. a large percentage of his guns by blanketing time to hunt a doctor or jro Ui the store Tituvllh, Florida. MARKET
t .: them. for medicio- Mr. Barter say'I have A BRUSH WITH :-AV'AGE'is 0. r. DUIU1, "1.11,

;;. i 4 1 his ceosidrrvd rather doubt/it! if Rev. tried Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and a novelty: The hizher the civilization

i of the Diarrhoea Remedy, whichuone of the tlw !bfatf the camber of brushes to L. MOBLEY .."
jesventsky was quite capable tack best medicines I I o'Ii. J. -
ever saw. keep botUe
a '
yes of oommandiBg: a* Urge a duet of btttJehipa of it in my room a* I have had several Jailing by the demand here our awto- $ Florida and
men have reached a high rote of refinemt'ot. TITUSVILLE f'l.'c'ntr.ulvr ..t
!f.. .1 as b* had in the Korean ttraila. If attacks of colic and it ha pmrd to be Every day tail and \
"fl:;::- e be bad bees equal to the occasion he cer the Red best Cross medicine I ever used." Sold by 5f thrtw tics kni more more ( ali kind o( 1'amtin/, Kaloroinicg 1 Western
Pharmacy. Staining, Ftnithic and .
: l'aJ.
- '. tautly would not have taken any chancre TOOTH BRC5H ... lUll BRUSHES, ilargirg.
at the morritib!<' price 1
; t'tJ when ha opponent was known to bet BATH BKUSHDetc> consistent with jd *oika>atuihip Heal

m', .% j SeodidJy equipped to give him a hard s Perhaps the fine quality hat had Ann e- 't !i:2
: LbusjT to 4> with it-prbape; iu tie pria.11'.1. fork iiji&tre l CD tit Eist Coistpecialiy :
,coatest! Really Togo owes his socceas ens canna erne, Ie ouoc C .\ all parctasen' are well pfc d. or all
:: ]. to the effective manner in which hit mea b I a.r a aretr+eca RED CROSS << fl'\\ (' tI'd. fat m" know what \ ; RLads.
handled the gac*. oo want anal gfl my .ivtimat toft itatfefitton ;

TITt'SVILLE. Prompt given lo all work.x TITI'SVILLK, FLORIDA. "


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...Jff-j' .,.. :. 7-e..s.> ,.bliiWtam, at Opt."were blown to atoms by dynamite TBOaUSTTTUUC,: G7COEOU. ?
"" w creek. .OFTE2S roLL OOt'DF5
; .... Tbartday night.of bat The dead: a 153
; I Physical Culture Elocution and Music our Specialties.ftaaa .
.fWa7Wasuutacke.rbeieIUCkINGHAMI sum Knight Look Knight,Henry Jocee, _._-- --
-:: ; : DYE will Body sad Jonas Martin. AH tbeeemen fUGOO spat tips mar"baiJdiq and tgetpmewt IIMt.EUrtrie LUttammlat z
:! ",;f \ta11 aa.-.." atwnesersus-esaa.... ...,...fclMBfcftLITHE I o.auiuI, efbol Good Fare.(]Sauna UaarpM t tloaa Facalqr of

'l-o,,,:.o1. '"<"-i.'::; .:--'.-, I <. .wire serving a abort sentence oa the Tea Experieoeed ______ ,
rcedt The bodies of the dead -
; : 'LEGISUTIVE SESSION. eonvkta were in every case badly torn
and that of Jonee Sept 1105. flea catalofw: address 2
,""','"'' ,' -i..: u mangled. One Henry open For 4
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rsys-- .. was(blown 300 feet into the branches of I. COCKRANE HUNT President

'13icgaocountof I-. penoa write,..the &l OQ the caKDOAror-lie"oa the
> the doting days of the. several,meritorioaa,bill were allowed to Dynamite in large quantities U Died inroad _.
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o-.,'.,' .lseiatsn, b the'lliainl Metropo s go with.;them. Amocg these maybe building and thenegroes bad be

'i' "'c The senate wae;In the main, and cambered Dr Oill's pare food bill andhis come carekea in handling It. The exact ILEAUY & BRO.,

'it-g$a ooeerYaU ve body and had it not effecti5sJly poIocicaI correybtiL No provision cause of the explosion will never be

\ barred the way, the state of Florida wbate er bat been made for the colleoUon known, though it is attributed tor tbe die-

: :Bight. have saddled .upon U some of.the of africnltaral statistics, nor has thesubject charge of a dynamite cap, which'set off abox GROCERIES, HAY, GRAIN AND ALL FOOD PRODUCTS.

g woft* legislation that ever tripped op the of Immigration received any at.tentior containing 150 pounds of the deadly #
: -, We fondle produce all kind We are M utJ for lapet''Ftttfliwn ffe deal exclusively
- 4 t ';:fcei of people. whatever, although the Deedsbfthe upJoei ftI. tn the above line of goods;tad solicit the trade of all txmnmen. Write u for prim. y
L Without i a leader-without definite! aim! state in this direction are generally Grain and ill Groceries,delivered at yw statum. E. L. BEADY JUO..T1mTIUJ.FixStaple

q '-:!!=" : '-rw. policy, the hoagie of representatives reooKnued The passafe of the Tampa hrtou trabtl.a.

.4 -i,'gradually drifted from bad to worse until Fair bill,with appropriation of 130,000, "For seven years," writes Geo. W. '-tV AGONER &, COe9

k "i' ,,in the last weeb of the session it re* was about the only i&epkea to advertise Hoffman, of Harper, Wash., "1 bad a -

11 4 ..embled nothing eo much aa a beer gar: the stale in 'any direction, and its bitter battle with chronic stomach and slay, F'rult and
liver trouble, but at last I won,and cured and Fancy Groceries e
: ., \ Produlimnct all lnds.rEGET.4BLES.1
- $" :t'I> den w.,h the "lid or. SOCOMB was due solely to the remarkable my disease by the tUeof edricBitten.. .

it ,,>> '<;,'::; To; wry all! this Is not to say that the energy displayed'by the people behind it, I unhesitatingly recommend them to all,

- bodwu without capable or representative conpted with the fart that a deal with the and don't intend in the future to be without SPECIALTY

\ '.':' 1j. men. Such men were there in plenty DeFaniak Fair delegation by means of them in the house. They are certainly Titusv111e. i i Flor1dn.
I wonderful medicine troth
to core a
x;.. bat they failed to organize early in the which considerable strength was secured bad care as mine." Sold under guarantee ---
i '\ seetion and to this failure most in part be from west Florida. The manner in to do the name for yon at lied Cross LOCKHAET

1 l4i": ( ascribed the baneful influence,acquired which the DeFnniak Fair bill was pat Pharmacy at Me a bottle. Try them to H. M. : ,:: :: 4

: i 1f III tbe tower: branch of the legislature! by i through on the last day of the session day.

1 l an element which sought by every image i after having been butchered in the house ""'""'.... General Merchandiset
inabla( te! day before furnitbtra notable THE NEW EVERETT PIANO.Mr. .
mean to belitte7and besmirch, certainly a '"-. .. .-'
not only Jennings! administration. instance of the manner in which J. A. Iloman U among the foremost -

- 'h"# }:# bot its tacce-eor. Tampa'a representative men stand by American writers on music and musicians. consisting of eregthiog'c BOCKLZDOX FLA.
uoally kept is a ,
fi c, ff 'This, element wu led by a member their COM, and their friends\ .. well, in In the ('incinn&EDql1i r, a 1auftA..l c r..... .

-, ..,. i."-:' who. shall be nameleea. If he is seeking any contest in which they take part April l :30th, 1905, Mr. Homan save' of Alfred !. _.__._,. _______ .. __,____ _. __._ __ ... _. "..h'A. _'_ _, ._ .
' jit4f!: notoriety, be will not receive it here., Ifi The administration's drainage fegbla* Reisenauer: \

',- tie is seeking to distinguish himself, be lation was enacted before the trouble be- t 'Though a German Mr. Reiaenauer G. SPAULDING & BROS'Base

., > ItM extinguished himself, and should his gin, but the uniform text book proposi- has always been favorite in Russia, and 4

i:'', :. identity be asked, let it be said in the tion fell by the wayside in the house, his artistic gauge in that country is set at Ball and

,,4: ? 'Y;. slang. of ihe day, that, "bis name is Dn- while the state insurance bill was talked the highest notch.! Physically! i intellectually SportifigGoodsr

,: 1f N.- n3$>>.u to death in the senate. This is one ol the and temperamentally Keteenaner is a .

; Animated only by personal Reeling, admioiatriLl nn', pet measures and the giant of the keyboard. By reason of hu .

!':.J '. 1 ... .this member devoted himself with notir. fact that Hunt Harris, of Key Weit, who artistic triumphs America in the season The H. & W. B. DREW CO ;

, :1 : lug energy to bringing to bear upon the killed tbe bill, is a son-i-nlaw of Dr. J. Y. of 1903 04, the public appetite is naturally .

;; J' .,:. .' administration and certain of its friends i Porter, the state health officer, who is whetted for hilt second coming in Jacksonville

- ; every possible Influence that could injureit gtDeralltlluppose
G' ; it in the public estimation; insane asylum report, shows that there It is important to remember that this
: Distributors for the State of Florida
:: .: With all thin as a starting point, it is are wheel within wheels in Tallahassee.As "giant of the keyboard," this greatest of -

::', t ?L< easy to see how the breach between the an offset to the good bills lost, the living pianists! chose Everett pianos for
i-," ladministration and the legislature was state will doubtless be loaded dow with his! great work when America in 110304 The trade supplied manufacturers' !owt prut*. *;
Retail order* and dub outfits receive careful attention.
<. "flat opened, and though the lines weredrown a law prohibiting Sunday baseball, and and it is still more important and S-nJ for catalogue.

: i11; too late in the session! to material'ly one more county-that of tit LucJe-has highly significant that he confirms the
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?I ture opon the politics of the state will some that Governor Browsed would "etotbe EveretU for his tour of 100.3-06. DO YOU WANT TO KNOW ALL ABOUT THE

': ; probably prove far-reaching. bill dividing Brevard county upon the We challenge the world to produce a

:;.::l The number J local bills introduce time ground as that upon which his veto parallel to the situation. The Everett:

. ; ":..' and passed this session has been. something of the first Jacksonville charter bill was pianos[ (the present, or flew Everett) is EAST COAST OF FLORIDA? J

::. '';:>,1'='. unusual The day before the'ad. based-namely, that all such questionsmay I less than seven years on the market, and

-/ ,", journment, the secretary of state bad on safely be relegated to the people. yet it is clio!'en for the highe possible recanting Fruit Oroing, Tracking and twErpeclally

file IS; S Ibills that bad been approved by But it was not to be, and it is quite pomi-i class of artistic work by the foremost men General Farming? If w. tulcnl for the.........
;;;<: the governor, and of these hot 53 were ble that be will tgnorethisaame! principleof and women on the concert state such III

'> '_ laws of general interest.! While many home rule and local self-government in Reisenaaer, Kurmeister! Gabrilowitsch! FLORIDA EAST COAST HOMESEEKER. 7

Ji: pernicious measures were allowed to dieip the case of the Sunday baseball bill. Mme. Birdice Bly, lillian Nordic and -
; = -- ---,- many others. VRICK! 25 CENTS I'KK: ANNUM.ISSUED 4
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OOCOMMOERMEETj tame, but publication of the list of expenditures These magnificent productions of the :' : ONCE A MONTH. 8AMM.E COPY FKEE.ADDRESS. .
:. ia deferred this week for want art f.r piano mnstrnctwn are carried in

of space. stock by the Indian l: \er Music House, E, V. BLACKMAN Editor MIAMI FLORIDA. :
":;, ;: Ott i.I Ac of Tb lr l'I"M'MdIDI'; In Board adjourned to meet on the :nth at Titusville, Fla., who (0\11! them on ,

tiM. 8...1.. ThU "feet. of favorable terms ;
day June,1903. equally as as they aredbpoxfd
: ";is: fleeting called to order on Jnne 5lb.Prwut of in the largest cities north or
: ;;? W. U, Walker, J. R. )Miot It. A. NEW NAVAL STORES COMPANY. south. Buy the New Everett, the artistic OF SEA ROUTESV':

WCookliog: J. C. Jonw, J. F. Bill with snottier standard of today, and ,\"tjure you QUEEN
Jacksonville Is have
to new naval
I ii A. ,A,- Stewart, clerk, and J. P. Brown that you will have the beet piano produced i
stores concern with acapital of$300,000
f sheriff. in the world.
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,...-<,,; < to be known as the Jacksonville Naval .
*< Miiujtrs were read and approved. --
; b ::0-: Stores: The permanent organi!*
.:>, The treasurrr'n n-port was revived! company. WEATHER
Merchants & Miners Trans. Co's
ration of this big concern will be effected
'if "' checked up and the paid i l warrants! turned
in Valdosta! ,Ga., on t:alurday, June 10th, CCMUABT FOB MAY, BT KCV. JU. H.
"_ :a '- over with hU report were destroyed by
.1 }Messrs. Walker and 111. The tress at 10 a. m. The company is beaded by WHITE, V. S. VEATHXa OWf EVtR. STEAMSHIP LINES
D. C. Ashley, a G. La tinjrer,J.G.Cran- I
orer bad bit usual certificate of deoeitAttached Hubert temperature on the 23rd 90.0 "
3; ford, J. F. Fender and K Y. Fye, of Val ; -BETWEEN .
lowest the 19th 67.0 -
F ? temperature on
to art
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i : doeta, and J. B. Lewis, of Add l,Ga. The Mean for the month 78,3; average mean
--- : Bond of A. C. Uittroar as notary jnbh'cwas
: ; : 'f policy of the company will be on mutual for 24 veare.76.5; highest mean for 24 years SAVANNAH} BALTIMORE & PHILADELPHIA.

approved. and independent basis, and as the orgy- 1S84, 79.2; lowert mean for 24 years"ivJS, 1
4r ', Z: ', Tax coliw tore report of polls collected ; 751;
nixers are strong and influential factor, Rainfall in inches 7.41 for 23 1
and ,
'dnnng the months of April May, ; average
the roccew of the naval tOrN company tears, 361; greatest for 2S years Int), Direct Connections for .- ; t
R 3S.OO for the 1904was
amouniinz to }
: year assured. The meeting in Valdosta on 11.:>>.'\; least for 28 years lf.t 0.73. *" '
-4 received.Pttition. Prevaili Dr di I'ft"t ion of am ind,southeast.Naml .
Saturday will tot far the of electing New York and Boston.
; 01 1, B, pembier, et a", (citi purpose : -tens of Oslo, and ftter Ranlersoo, of officers. The entire stock will be cun- fAir days, 8; number of cloudy days, 6, .1
trolled by Georgia and Florida! operators. number of dare with rain 11. Numberof
'Tantie, are referred to the comm 8eionen Throuh tickets sale at
Handsome offict have been selected on days with tuander,18. on rrlntllalllnh.
. of 81. Lucic county.Clerk's bt.nt Home, Merrills bland, .'1. -'
the third floor of the Blum "
report of tax wrtinVatw redeemed building on .\.Icrouiniodations rui" :
West street Jacksonville,
? or purchased during rsaar.aor
Jacksonville elected .
wu as headquarters
of April was reeeived.Tb for the simple reason! that it U lie-
t board proLwdvd to revise the ivgfetration II. ('. AYKKY, C.mfI 1 .\ jent, Jarknoniille. "
tined that it will be the future city of the ,
books. I'I AversThy
L Tax collector's report of licenses collected i sooth. J. C. WffiTJTET, 24 T. P. T.M., V. P. TUH5EB, 0. P. A,. '
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,f daring the months of April and The laxative effect of Chamberlain's GQTC&iL OFFICES, BiLTDIOBE, 10.fif !j

-. amounting to 57.00 rule and $36 00 ..
; t Stomach and Liver Tablets i i's)agreeableand
county was received. so natural that Ton do not reaHi is it that Ayer's Ha.r J
it U the effect of tnrtlidoe. For sale .
The clerk is inrtrocted to puncha a by
Vigor docs so mlnrerr.. r 1
Red Croat
:, 1,000 envelopes for the ns j of the board. Pharmacy. .I
, able things? Because: it is a
Bond of R. D. Holmes as notary public WeAl711eatA '
*, K p.n. hair food. It feeds the fur,

was approved. new life into it. The h: r 1
Bond of John F. IVuker u justice of the OP A.GIU< & acaaac.Jrrtrta .

.:..-ISv-:: peace'. was approved..Bondiof A. L. rowers. CI:Yin Platt FLA., IBM ft. lt>A.f Hair Vigor ,( ,

\ \ aDd Bpd Platt to carry pistols; meresp- Ooalp6ntlu .u.u.mut tamperatansand .".
!.=, ri* kll for the week endia,11Iad&",
=!- proved xay aeleirs cannot keep from grO'orin,. i
:r > Bond of A. a Matbemm W carry s IMS 1904DAT And gradually! all the ds-k, I ..
Kin. "' ,
;" approved.Letter a. .1.% KIT
"" fit wa JL 5T T3 87 Tl rich color of early life come -
from marshal of Fort Fierce is May
JaM L Le T5 W 71 back hair. Take-Down Re eating ShotgunsThe
of Sc Lociecounty. gray
commissioners -
"I' : referred to the i. S5 T5 S> Tt
p. --I... M M TJ T* M S7 7 ni. ....W'Me-.. .r>Mt tnt..U...a v-T A-aar.ufMI. ftau Tla. s'ena notion thAt one must p/ frog thy JoUm upward ia cidtr to (U .
of the Place W. C. n s.'k..W .. tfctrk M r .r.N W% a good shotgun has been pretty cffectirtli.i'ed since lie tJven ,/
bfk Reports( of Justice -I. 53 j s .Yo locUli Lorraa.nas fuc..i,
.;}: torsoo, ". B. Eo
c : SADden were receiftw. Total rainfall for tb week. 0.471s. g,se.s ..k..,. a.G 6Ttar..., of almost cTerybod/s pone. They axe safe, strong, reliable and bar.j/
sed J. H. ria&lIfMli. a ) '"WeT. t..r 11(
IVp rttt re 1.0$ for
.t Export:of D. S. Oarhon, inspector oftttteaadbelwMWttT iacsea savor When it comet to hooting qualulcs: so gun ma4 treats ties. They

lL DeftrtartniafaH dace Jaa. \A\K6 mina are trade in is and it gacge. Step into a gun store and .a.ILmC or.:.
<' ,',_- s.a iac.k& Gray Hair "E: Scar" ad 4tl.u a cat hi w rvt.13utru.WINCHESTER ./ U 4fw
";;J;. t ;- The. anal monthly awn audited H. P. BUIII$. REPEATING AHM3 CO.. NEW HAVEN CONM.
il s.:': a ad wanaatt or for the Ofioal Cbarfe.

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..., ,..1JaMe. BUY PAINTS r '
SoH Tilling Method to Make ,Considerable Interest bas been aroused ;

by the f owing statement made by Mishear.staeuaiu.keattira.aa1.1 O'reil."'f"Y.,..'...W or vlUb.. K**,i'U uTb*
+44' Semiarid .Plains Bloom the London Lancet: .ow.4op+a.u4 M n1L Fft'M, .' tI
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y y ,la December last A. W. Martin the .sooelua..stat, .... perfect wiry et kt.ctax :Than: to other house =
{ 1M iowsis tsar sat dfta Ie a dais j
i. medic oflcer! of health of Gorton recommended
in the \ for first class
the of dried
smoking chrye'anthemum
-- petals AJ a pleasant and CATHARTICEAT ('i/I :'ij high best quality: Y". :

: harmless substitute for tobacco. Per Paints. either .
; .liatage..f-a. f,.testt DHtlaH t .{

f .......$. I.. A ite.itar. laJl tIa.ra. bpi be thought that it wow be a,pen- I for use or paste form, <:;
tie mode of weaning those In danger ofbecoming j
w.--ia. 4atsast .. x._, to be down. ..
'slate* to the pipe or providing .: .
.ar..rtate4 't. Carrr .. Eaarf- a pleasant antwtttute for those with Buy the only T

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a a whom tobacco did not agree.
But a case baa been reported of unlocked paint i.
'The "short crass country of western for Improvement, attributed to EM UKE CANDY In the ). selling ;

Nebraska find Wyoming together with PI....." P UUbl.. FpMat. Tut Goo* De
northern Colorado, is thoroughly aroiu- chrysanthemum smoking. ;tin a person 600*. JT."r Si.k"a. Wt4k.* .r Orip 14.II 44 cd direct to user. ;
who bad been a victim for fifteen yearsto 10 eats per boa. Writ tot Irw MIDI'I.,sad bookAiOmt .
ed'oer "dryfarming" and is seeing ..,..IkMl"-. 43 All makers

visions. of a time to come when the frequent and violent epileptic its Dlerl.....It.eb c..u V. twcaao a New yDtL .. t
: due to chronic dyspepsia. He smoked: depend on dealers for the sale of their .
's3 ."start grass" country will disappear KEEP YOUR ILOOD CLEAN t
bis first pipe on Jan. 1 and began at That
means one heavy and that
t and In place of its hundreds of thou- expense profit
once to Improve, so that now be Is ableto .. _.
-- --- ------ -- - --
-Y j% .ands.of acres of.bind upon whka cattle we cut out of our business.
take his half hour walk without
a ..... "I
now there will be Am Alnhlp Pr* &
,c; craM great crops tick Instead of being afraid to cross a A Kansas We sell direct to the man that uses .
City man now c-lgbtI1tl\r' '
HEt of wheat alfalfa and beets ,
t lays an.Omaha corn (Neb.) dispatch sugar space of nine feet with It. lIe can get old was dUmssinjr railroads with a You may think that you can do as as we could < '

a F great six eights rest out of'Bet'@ instead of friend the other night says the Kansas do for if should brand of
Then the irrigation projects one out of tour and ran even attend you, you try to buy a
-', now fathered by the government and church. City TImet "I remember. he paint that: thought well of direct the
g you manufacturer
said "when railroads used plank with
private capital will be useless, becauseltd
water will be needed to produce the However skeptical any one may be strips of Iron nailed on them for rails. But you would make a ,
as to the cause of the Improvement and
The first mad of that kind I ever saw The manufacturer
'crops; Mry farming" .will bare taken however mindful of post hoc propterhoc might take your and sell !

y the place of the water. the patient is to be congratulated. was back In Ohio about sixtyfireyears you the paint, but he would take care you as i
ego The wood rails u-ted to ,
# The Cheyenne board of trade and lie adds that the flowers act best much for the if it He
bad thorn paintas bought .
after the cars run over you
; warp I
business men of that dry recently appropriated when mixed with cascarilia bark as
awhile, and for that reason people predicted would that the dealer"
110.000 experiment along suggested by Mr. Martin. Should this put on extra profit, to .

the: line of the new system m: Wyoming. case attain much publicity there will freely that the railroad would We have no salesmen or agents to the cost i I

the Union Pacific railroad has soon be a run on chrysanthemumblooms. never amount to much I remembera of the
our paints to consumer. i
certain however who -
optiml predicted j
organized a department of "dry farm- : .
Ing" to work under' the direction of I that the railroad would be agrand We quote to the man that uses the the lowest II

the Industrial department of the liar- TREASURY ETIQUETTE. success eventually! People and best price, reserving no margin to agents.
but be stuck to his
laughed at him
riman system the Burlington road Is We
conducting experiments of Its'own on Clrrmlmr Trlllaar Employ_ Mow tA i belief. 'Frlt>nd,.* I remember hearing pay freight.We .

p a farm of 500 acre In western Nebraska .4r.M Ili.h State OMcUU. 1 i him say once, 'some day they'llfind gladly I advise our customers paints.

z one Colorado firm has employed Copies of treasury derisions the official I a rail that won't warp, and then Write for sample cards and paint and blanks -

+ to make Inrestlgation on itstif journal of the treasury department railroad trains will make as much as
k an expert showing how to measure houses to show of
d cattle ranch of 10.000cree.. North reached the different bureaus oft ten miles an hour easily: My, bow quantity

e Platte (Neb.) business men have subscribed department the other day In New they roared! Now, I want to make a paint required.Ask .

several, thousand dollars toward York. Included in the pamphlet thereIs pmllction that will be laughed at. I any first class business house or any Link Orleam. or ,

"e experimenting in that sectfou.a a long order signed by Secretary say that In twenty years airships will the mercantile agencies if we are responsible

.. and.a hundred different farmers and Leslie M. Shaw, giving In detail just be eying all over the civilized world

h how the correspondence of the department carrying passengers and freight
ranchmen In. Laramle county, Wyo. R. McWilliams
hare signed a pledge agreeing to cultivate must be carried of :-just how to Laugh at that prediction If you wilL .

e ; t at least fire acre each accord begin all letters and bow to end them I probably won't live to nee those airships Store and Offices, 34: Camp

e what dictionaries and gazetteers are to but the prediction will come
Ing to directions Issued from a central
t Factories, 1135,1137,1139,114! Front 5treet.
I t y body and to report results to that body. be regarded an authorities in the spelling true. Mark my words."

By dry farming" U meant the cultivation and meanings of words and exactly New Orleans, Lou ,

of land without Irrigation in any bow to.fold the paper and put It QuIlt v .gaantltjr. ESTABLISHED 1893. The oldest paint house in eun.

'c form wbaterer. The lands affected are In the envelope, says the New York Hard muscles and strong do not tinuous successful operation under one management of Louitriile

1 n those millions of acres of semiarid Times. depend| on the quantity food you eat, or St. Louis.Florida.
,i viands In the great west which are now It is aiM officially dpscribed over the but on lU perfwl d'get-tion ant{ proper f

4, turned, over to the cattlemen the prairie signature of Secretary Shaw how the ft-iniilatif When yon take }\o.Jolll y- f

?1- dogs the rattlesnakes and the owls.A various officers of the government t'pt'pt'ia Cure your evuteni gets ail the .

small portion of these lands hare should be addressed In these communications nourishment out of all the f aril l you eat.

been placed under "ditches- and are Among the higher officials the It digits what yon eat rcganlln of the
following are the forms Mr. Shaw desires condition of the stomach and con noII the
heavy return
being irrigated producing
nutrient the blood and tinfuts.
properties to 0'a.
all But if the efforts of used: East Coast
CD crop The president. This builds up and ctreiitrtlietta the a
those Interested In "dry farming" prove entire .y km. Kodol l cures indigestion Y.

t1ti' successful there will be added to the The speaker of the bouM of representatives. dyspepsia, belching, sour stomach, weak

f cultivated area hundred of millions hearts etc. Korlol Dyt>|>e[!!ia Cure for local Time Card No. b? In 17,19S5.
Tae president of the senate. .
t 4r: of acre of land now considered rate w hat is sometimes called Americas nat

able only for grazing purposes. The chairman committee on appropriations ional di a.o
n The system used in dry farming rtdlcnloualy bouse of representatives. eventually work a wonderful and (acting Vows I1.I .

simple. Late in the summerthe The chairman committee on appropriations. benefit sufferers from this distressing I I ---------1 I I
} r United State senate. and! mind harassing coinlition. Slid I by ... Ita.. 19 STATIONS N.. I"oall'.1
it Is then
t E toll Is plowed very deep. Tae honorable the secretary of the !!*) Cn!!'s Pharmacy, Eau Gallie Pharmacy DtUy. I ,: I Oalf,.
laid offer In loose furrow, and
and Chas. F. '
spy treasury. CauipMI. 9 40 4 LT ......1..ntlll. .. .._._. A ,p
r the meager rainfall comes the loose soil 9414 ...._.. 50.. Jackr.avllla_....._ I. It I 414T404
i retain the moisture where It would For Onr Suty l>.r.. I IS P'1015 a ._.... .._ bS A" ,:"-1141. .,_. ,. p
aa GEM STUDDED SAW. a6Jpit33a; .. .................IfalaC._ ..-.___ "' Iii 4I3S4
-x 'r, + not even remain damp In bard ground. Mrs.Vinglows' Soothing Syrup ha Y I" '11110" M ..... .........". I falal"..,.....__ .

i ..To prevent eraporation the soil 1* O.. Had ladUaapolU. Contata been for orer sixty years by nilhnn TUpIllSp. Ar ... .., ..._.,.. Patatla...___ I. ; ooiu
loosely 1ttttth The following spring Two Raadr.d DUmoad. of mothers for their children while teethg. 64Sp 11 :3S L. .. P...L.& _...?_,. .... Af i
w' the crop Is pet in and cultivated In the with perfect It Rxtthes the :
r An Indianapolis (Ind.) company that g. 00a S 21 p1: trop A r ...... ..lho'C-4"_ .._ .. Lr; ..- c 03o:
,; name manner a* la other states. Crops manufacture saws recently completed chilli, noftene the gums, allays! all fain, 210,8ooaJ.1 -"ti Uttou. .._ ..... A. j p11" KtIM
ue raised only every other year how cures wind colir, and is the list remedy: .C.
a lance saw containing 200 teeth for diarrhoea. It will relieve the |..iir c T J-i |, 11 :M p +. .... :-MA ........ ...., L pt,! IMt ....
betag with a Brazilian diamond Imbedded in rtc ac v314tp .. .8. '..-fI.. _........ .. p//! 4 r,
litdesolterrrimmetliatrly. :S,ld by dm/- .... .. ... .. _. .. i I
permitted rest DJ I 10 l' It /to t I' I.. ... .., p' i ni a r.t' .
each tooth. says the Indianapolis Sen iistainecerypartof the wurM. Twenty .Ilp'i.p. ..... .. .i..11''' tI ....._. ..__. i I p4I1. ..
q;+ j year. tinel. The saw was shipped to Bed five cents a tattle. I> sine and ask for 0. 053j>| I *> P .. ..._ T> p.* ..___ ....... ".. Pj 4 4l4 .IttI.
In t l .. ..
Already several small farmers 4141" 1111' fi-'t 4> .r. 14.
. I I eastern Wyoming bare succeeded In ford Ind.. to bv used in one of the big 10.'to lr8. Window's ott'rnti.\ .Stothing yrnp and tI) 976p12I5; | f 'l ".... "I&>?.aa ... |, 4 lie ..
stone ---
? t swiring: a yield of thirty-fire, bushels quarries there.The C 10 21ai71.p! : Ar (;k;H. ;; : '; ; IHp
i saw U eight feet In diameter, -: 193 &IJUJ' .' .. .ura"p t err .. : p S 44 p .i
IIn of flrnt class wheat, where formerly .,
J flre-uliteenths of an Inch thick and 10_4* ai 1-4 W f _"na,. (_'f'1 Jl.f.rt&_ II_!_S4lpokU
no wheat whatever was grown L.U. n
i weigh* almost half a ton. Insteadof : 9 3\J..122SIILY.. .:otwb"u t. LT p I .. :a
*xeept under the Irrigating ditch. having sharp teeth this peculiar! 7000pI$1p .. .. .. .. "I .. .. p. 3n. .,
t' i Equally large crop of com. alfalfa and saw = loi jJ 3 sap. Ar ....._ tmD"Ue _..... p I W 4l
bas almost a smooth edge Secured .
-- -- -
1' sugar beet are promised to those who the of the o f OD41 ._.. .. '" .. .. ... ."' .."... ..___.. a i '*> 4 0
i follow the MOM course of cultivation.i actors edge outer are or, ".....___;,10 IIti a L. .. Ja.'I1'-a foe
3V) inserted steel hoklers. ImN>ilJ .din 1 .
-- 3H
Those who have b. ., 1 wU
i r: 3) pj I 3up L' -TNa. tue I
each I is a large Brazilian diamond.The .. ......... .. .
; the system for several years declare 111.1' Will ... ._. r a I J II T
I diamond the teeth ._.. .. rata
c In points compos 23 1- "p" .II'.A
t ; their lands Increase to ..
power fit the II.J i-; 4 41 p _._ _aaa1 a' Ht_. I ilea _
bold water from year to year and state saw which will be used to cut toss, a6.p .. ..._.. ..__II-Ibo. f" fl. a .1 .4 :2
farmnj! t'I Indiana! limestone Into desired size. II SI a,! t 37 p' .... ....._._....___ 'R ..... f2 II
with five of (
1 that years "dry Phl .MT 1 3l a''' 62ip .._._. "t 1.1'1.. It
they will produce crop equal to those The diamonds! an about a carat in 1 H a1 < /t p; .. ...... .. _._..I\t" h. ........ .. ; a II It | rJOo
produced In Illinois! and Iowa under else and are very dark. Each stone Is 3 IS 4* T t* p _. _.__. ._Tb....- ...' a iI 2! O .
i .
3 'I *: T Up -.a.i.m ._ t II I'
41 the moat favorable condition, if not valued at J3: >. Two other saws, dnpll- .; J 3 1A ear; 111 P "' ......... ...?....1 f...a.-'''_'. '. & II u r 13
larger. rates of the one rwently completed JOOIa' VJ pI .... HGM.'u"d. _
kS are In course of coc-tructlon aDd repre- a ; .J 27 .' 814p M ..._. wsaJtptt.r ._. j : a IiI p Q.
Telepb.a. .. a Crave.Mlroada I rent a t'OI.t of $ltlf Ili. ( 14 .' I I'1 ". ....._..wast h. B-w h. M a. : ':
MIss. A:1tSWetlQ jj's 4 >14' MpI ... "..-" ...-. e-Inv a .....-.. .. : : -, : V
Pquires of Columbus lw..1 tarals2.p ..._ .. ... (.ori.., .... _.. .. I t .
=et 6S Wells: StreetMarmetteWii : T"V> .. .?t. 11I .
who Is a devout believer in l lritua! ; For G..rrUa(0e14.. } ;tf .. L-i 1 1. ni*! &'
!; HaatlBC latal.atap, in.,1a .; sN
'-' -
: ism has contracted for placing a telephone In ISiVI Jaiu IteyaoUl, a Confederate I Is15 a1.a1.4tp: .. ..._- ....Hli 4'.J, n ..._.. I "I TN
rta' at the bead of a relative's grave C 2' n Q7 II ... ....1:. 'h 1111 ..._ .. I T tMS
I I captain became of a gu . that from ,
near city say a dispatch tills band similar to QuantrelFs. lays ; Wells StroPt, -.- ---

Peru Ifed. Frequently kfce has visited a Denver dipatch. Tbe gang held cp Juun'rTE; Wis.. fit. 25.1903. ; Dally
!t the of a departed one and held I at ; M9MtTIAO UU..IIO" I is.r .
grave a&d robbed what was called the Buck I war all nn: down from nmou.m&:1dOTtnrorka.1.JLWtlJPfigta.- 1tJr. seas
She say, long conversations with the ,- --
kiu coach the ok South Park trail .
I IIn" 1. .. & L* Wta-i .... sr.
dead. She U and theviKtery OIi Hen and take rest I ,
j a busy woman as a :
l near Denver and tecumJ }tIC'Its. s V. a *' __ .11 ts.akal_ 1. 3.f
U some distance from hfrhonM f.xmd that I was not aainlrg miftrfrgth ,
menbers were attacks on the follows ..
.. .. .. .
and Leash at fist AI I I :: : ==---==- .
i she has adopted the telephoneIdea
r tog day One man was klllrd. and Cap .2121, 'a IS .. 17 M II f a .
ccnd wish ad Wlnee ofCsrdai IIa. II... tt
It II |er Intention to bar theN : tarn UejiKCU and five of his m.n were I u your such "'", SwNaTkalarSvar 0lf I WAYro.r.aar.C". s...., al soil,
i was u a din* 0. 01 it h. .
I on.y t Clot' ...
telephone on a pot that towche th* ; t3Lrt
i tUI'\'d. But two .d. and I i
t"a e they
P : cai good I&foltune for Ue t.:3 of our --I- ;
"r Ed of the box containing the casket. It Is uid. buried the treasure at a tax, I bvcvtt a bottle and t'egn 0 litptieop JO & 09 <T r.. ...lark. "..I'! At "' .I/tlp 'u.
- t sea IJp3tlylk; + t.Ossitb J.s.o',.,. .
fl&d she thinks that the spirit of the i I point n>ar the scene of the battle and uanp'it.. I nJ sa.d ed pith the .to :34 pl rJillla; tn. _._.Iat,... lia.A.-- L." ..., .' ." f'. '.' '

dead one win answer when she cC j j were never afterward able to lad !it reslltl: from the nile id the frittotte tU t p3 4Sp l. It 4 flea _._. .U.-lio C aa _.. a. ''pt' .

uca :: 8evenl searching parties have recently I Il .and tuck thre mere:: aaa ern: ffalpsall'Y> J ""4_ _.:- I.ot-h.: :: .; : :. / lajPEMNSUti
: ocud I vu ra v nd to gf-A heai h
i ft Denver and will: to locate
At- Tu.a Baht.... attempt mats st .vh a.d aV'e to take up ADD OCCIDENTAL: STEt SHlP COS AT BOIL !
this triure.
f i my sctk: with renewed visor.weeder 1
hot w ther is s"Mt -
t ---
hen it a b tcmie ud ax..est
: On the dip a*<< power ,.r j Cat.. uW ...... for ...anroc:. nervous tc.nd.iats, i Close C.ssKt!.s Ma4e at Hltal wit I SIeaa.lilp .( ttt P. 1 S. c.u Ff
+ tttnuld boo
and frhe they giyn a j jEitrrtne
!.teal pla.d to eldvne itAGSM
r' t tie d resat of vrhit.'! Oramth Vern ifue. !! Wt'6tInOrt'luJ. Kan., Mar 5, Ig.) am: HAVANA AND KEY
rhiUrro'a IOO \:. It rill tU1Hllatfo i Ra;Ia. d snow Limicect Co. Your aaoa : WESrLE1ii..w.J .

; aiid facilitate 1t.a dgrrt..u "C their f sail. bsu&ect cured an old are on the side of a.t" a. w_____ t rtsy.
"Ka < sea tt..1 they 1100 bi Saar .u
Severe $l.t) lwc cf Wine ttCmrdu .... a.nt. e1 s1 ....,.
a Cea i .r.J .
I'hantacy Thejcrewu siubbnrn and wocH .satix. east UllJtr arrh&1
ao l anive/M by K"' I'r-.l or..panan a& ae '" ..s M real ___...
a a"IEa.. GaJlie l'harmaty cot yield to treatment, until I treed SoowUnitneot and a c p. kage d awe Is Ilt.Ia toe..., W r.e ta4 rapos.iI.tur UJ 4eoa,..,U1 -alldap......,...
ere which did the work in lort Tb.dforisWINE Eack-Dnc i U tIAA,. -

O.a.TOn'J.A. I order. My si ter. Mrs Sophia J. Carsue ........ l.... s.d 1'fb. Ik* ttt.4UM !, Ilgaret t .,. ".. A',1 U

$ AUeuvQk Mifia Co., PA., hu sireand \ OF CARDUI tItea.lon a .'.. ra tc d.Of' No It: wit! Lt.hulf'd.. .rt.{! ",. r.r.a s'M iat.M
{ dma tie mtttrcMs that u is a ci3ir l".ase .nlU tftw.-f fi J. in.11c &W }hfoCIl.a4 tea tr,,1<< ... .. .a04 .. :
+ ...,. dJ2k-t I wed her a oOc botte.! Sikl by ltd CronePfciraucy bent ",da r.J \0.+e.lra.. aday'ar 1. sty tem. ...... \lia. + a J '.t.nm Io'e

I 'Il and EM Oaliie Pharmacy. Hba'...-t lOOp mTitj Hi tail r.2r1 p. ."'CWftIt11tf; :e as/; at t-,.
r. E. C.1.> io* f

a fir, ..._ .... .,.,
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1 :FziDdJI1NE9I965,, THE FLORIDA, STAR :.1/ "-

,. ..
SLiP rays** :. 4 r ,

fT S sear esa iArs STYLES. -

.;ta&to tertili 11....... Bow Vrmtrrmltr Bates at a -aasu --
TOOT r.sctory ;To predate Jacket *t O... .** Mttu .
cwt .....' Valreraltr *G.* .**.. <
.results. U t4ztalu rbyrtt net fh. Y.*M.Tey .
'' .ot ka tltsq a } at .N sittaal.hit attractive U a matinee jacket Tb Biblical society at Baker onJverslfj. tr .
: Baldwin. KAIL until few weeks -
of locked These jackets are worn over ago tad a daoseia Us constitution forbidding

lawn skirts trimmed with deep late its members to join any natiouai I.5

'raffles beaded with beading TOO wWI fraternity: say the Kansas City l

: 'lie niiM of Potash-for eraagts lata colored ribbon. Star. When the clause was voted out i } For T Infants and Children.- _. :
estibiishtd fact. Our pamphlet Point d'esprit net and dotted swiss after a warm debate there were many L' r4q $r sv L .4 V"5

I OK oraags-gToviag Taitltt The Kind You Have -
ttfivc isfotraatioa tvnser. There' U a 'l1mpte'1I'.y of marked the-paasll'.g of the society.
.a"I: $b free apaa / making these IOWDS'qutte distingnfeh- The Athenian society there has nerer -

';reQuest,' ed by working arocod the dots daisy put, a ban on a fraternity, and a II

comber of its members belong .to secret t Always Bought

** I organizations. Recently a third A1t cb PfcpJ1onWrAs'simllatislf

society was organized with the understanding >lePQOdtIltdRtt tllii-

that none of its members tigiie5M d t Bears the '
should the -
C, Ya Join .trat.tShortlr after
however, one. Browne by name yielded i.

r to temptation and Joined one of
YwaN --
N.w -
Itaaer st.: them In spite of the objection of his I
Promethean brothers In the new so A
ciety. sanidRLstCCntaInsntiUlff of '

-LL- The next morning when the students Oura.Mortune nr> aciaL.

assembled for chapel services three OTNAHCOTIC.A .

rude tombstones were found erectedin 18u155aJfs4Nzumv

%e: l _----_ the campus in front of Centenary

m MODES, OF THE MOMENT. e halt They had been put up by some :a iJ4sfn

of the fraternity haters. One of them J.1-

.ihoa ...yearn Saarl. l> .. was inscribed:-Athenian Society Died
? rte ..Ma *r Gow>.....*..gee C_..... I' of Frat-oid." The second one read: AI n t s.4' t $ inUse I IWJIt \

Nothing It prettier to freshen up a / -Biblical Society. Busted The third biiLga.rlJ.IAis.J.d j .

young ctr}'. white,tub frock than bre- bore*the words: "Promethean Society. .. 4Tr

5 Jelle suspenders made of dainty pom. Died of Brownchitls."
padour ribbon. The suspenders crort 3

back and front and fasten with'smart AND !('( Remedy for Constipa- .

tL : bows,to a girdle of the same ribbon.. j tion.Sour Stonuch.Dbrrttoea.

'Su.' lnder frocks are dMJedy! youthful iI- Worms Con>pulsions.Fevcrish-!
G. E. Coghill. professor of biology at .' For OverThirty
,cr but this manner are Worn by maid ness B1LossOrSLUc.
Pacific university baa been elected secretary
and matron alike in voile, cloth and T
of the Oregon Academy of Sciences.
;, ;taffeta silk. These go\\ns are not exclusive 'I r
style, but In some instances are E' Years
It. Ileaton. principal of the English
SJZf ?very pretty vheu the IUJiII'bt1er Idea U Civil Engineering! college of Calcutta .
-1' -
.a little bidden with shirring and*indented .
India Is studying educational methods
brctillolikeiew Worn over in
this country.
+ y t Mft llnserie w&I t4 the effect b : ItxcT
For the first time in twelve yearsboth :
good. The gown Itself Is made in prin. CHI5A SOX BLOCSE.petals valedictorian and salutatorian of CASTORIA :JT"
IIn! is skirt and
tbat the girdle
lies *- ,
< la mercerized cotton or forming the Rutland (Vt.) high: school graduation
are cat lu OUP. With these frocks goes copy Cr'WRAPPC9.
r = designs with the dot as a central motif cla& are boys, Oscar J. Williams
Y a tiny bolero Jack?t, which la put on
la caUtltcbes. This embroidery used and Isaac Ellis respectively. -"".4 Tut CI_T_.<..>.Ae a..*... err. t
for appearance more thau protection. for yokes and insertion It took just ninety-two! second for ____,' ',:,_ _._: : ,__ _,: .t. 3of
t A nice prevent for the girl who is Linen frocks are made up in ail sorts the pupils in the North Mala street

graduating this June U a three-quarter of ways, severely tailored with short school at Walllngford (" 'nn., to leave if

skirt and Ions half tight fitting coats or the bu'ldlug! in recent drtlL Thereare "
'*%* ; a fire -- -- -- -- '- <
with plaited skirts and Eton Ja<'kdll.. upward of 4(Y)> children In the building

A smart walking hat is of fine green on the three floors. HODGES & HARA,

braid turned np in colonial style and
IjSsf lit'ITALO Rtt'Fr. TLA.
simply trimmed with a green quill Makes digit-lion and assimilation .er. e ;.r
y The blouse illustrated U of china
feet Makes new red blood and bone.
silk. The yoke I is formed of lozenge Thai's what IloltL.ter's Rocky Mountain
shaped pieces of bnxlerle anglalsg arranged Tea will do. A tonic for the sick and YELLOW PINE AND CYPRESS LUMBER.

with motifs of filet lace. Below teak 3.) cents, tea or tablets\

-H' the yoke the blouse U laid in doable your druggist. Fruit and "Vogotalolo Ozn.tos. it"

box plaits hack and front. Deep Estimates furnished for complete OilU of Lumber U) be delivered at any point on EMI CoaU
cuffs of the mingled lace and broderU "a.lf' Rarllrlt Part -
? meet the full sleeve puff of silk. tan mt'morbm.1The
t silver cord U trokfn John B. Stetson
t University
The tor.irw of flam Ood' lok n. ,
Lies hushed In death's embrace

Tired worn, woman cannot But yt our heavm torn seurti DE LAND, FLA '4_
work if slie would In pun and lofty drains
sleep, eat or seems a.41
1 !1 Ar thrli: tl with Joy and gladness
HollinUr's Rocky Mountain Affiliated With The of
fly to piett Ai nobler heights she gains University Chicago Tf
and richMood.
Tea make strong nervw
She touched the Ire of million
35 cent, tea or tablets. Art With Transs ..f y* "OLLIot: uF Ll tU.'L AKT -Tb ktanJarJ* ut tW of the l' l\frttty tit l'1ak'aiU. 11-
your drupgist H..r voce like vote of nrel'". tt'm"I.luat... rtx' 'ive thrirdegrw- front both t.t'L1(11I11\I1 ('bio1 //ifO. :
Flowed out without alloy. COLMXiK UF 1\W-Onr.dUltd fir thi, College are a-ltuiUnl tn pn rtiT taw inC 'rl4. ttlthuut
To bu ban-L on and titttra. tuminatulu. s'
Poland. In urth' great grief and .stress I.I.t. iKorTicilN: .\--) ,' '1Wakat. ('hi!. FJ '.tri.a En omiiig anJ Mtoual ;
t ,4 .tmurg the 0:111011"It Europe Poland Await the loved 6M', coralnj .. i
Training roursnlrabUnf to degrees Fine new: UiiMiuf. 4> Uy r<|uii ':F't .. 1 ranks sixth In point of numbers, with tn insurrection dress-Chksjo Fbat.Cutwn <01,l.K iK UK lU>I.N Hn4ukiug in aU 1 iU braochr !i.i.>k.keeping Lr tlt.t 1Df1b.Jol.. I
a hr overI.OI41).t 1 soul. Warsaw, her Elective roorncs ox-n in other iWrsrtmcnU. Large ?..'UtI1 and ruwfD"Ii-.u building,

capital. ha* H-).(-""J InhaWtants, a Diarrho rKU'ltTUIUrAUy.H.ll1at.... 1''l'u",1 t* enter Harvard. Valf. 1'nu.tu- J ;
greater mans than that of KrusseKAmsterdam Cornell Michigan. Cbiraru and all fir.t tl_ (>>I1 .gM.MilCMAL :
kI who f-rved in Caha dun
T. S. tidier
r : : Madrid. Lisbon home AM IMIACT1CK VCHOO1.-1 Kindergarten in iu .wnboilditr : Primary :
ing tlpani'h war know what this and Gnrumar bcb( >l in wiunlr Itn :ding. This in'liwil! <*{* q Edinburgh or Dublin. diva-.' is i and that ordinary reroedi tracLrn .

have little! more t'tf.'t' than so much Ml SIC SCIK HA '10.(011).1 ii.i ll* organ. a dorm iiU ....wp.rat butl4hJIT lsre fatally ;
Rlnlalr la Japan. ..t.-r. Cnban diarrli.*a III almos-t a' thorough roorw of ttu.',.

Jall3l1t uuther do not kiss their sere and ibngcrou 'f a mild attack r If l ART$CIIlMl.rwstudio Costly f rt*. inodrU etc.tei.o. .. ,<1\

thlMren, though they may pros their cholern. Tlwre ie one rrniwiy, h lips M the forehead or rheek of a \ery that can ,,1"I\VIIl't" depended'npiou a. "ill vr r>ity lit Chiraco, Haivard. Yalr. IHrtliw.-utb. n.lun.Ma. University of rrDlt>TivaiiU. Uryn
baby be Men by for folioine( certificate from )laver, BUt Itnt'll. t'ninertityofMicbit.n.1)cnnlsonindother UoUrrMtiro. Tfc*n to,.*vfA ,,
4 young Mrs. Minnie Jacobs of Houston. Texa: 1 "itIOo, in 1-aiMinjn and t"qOlpU..ot;natty inirtfr Diilliuu dulUr.101l"I1Itllt; aa*iiJ...wM .j
: puma or rata Btri BATISTB. Th Children's Favorite. "I ben-by certify that ('hambrrlain'. .OI- lilirary of over 13.M* fc.1oU1fa: beautiful dispel with n...tlr famUblr>?\ irtrludiii stained
length Lange coat to wear over the ic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy cured guar win.lowg. 1..H paintings. II tlO.m rti pipe organs grtanwiuia with(.,lnsIde14.t"l;
frock. The plain character of For conchs, croup, hooping oon h. husband of a petere atUrk of Cuban an rncl<*rtl athletic lid-!, running trek tennis courts, l M-iwll di uu-i. a organdie with etc., One Minute Cough Cure i is the children's my which he brought home from .tdts swimming. gulf, ri.f end oth.r s",ft.<<; ....'...ntco l4iilJinjt for men arni wu tta; fi.r 1
this coat U completely diaugvd a favorite. This is IKTSU** it contain dmrrhora large 1.IJlIratJ.Jri. .r (1rmi..try, Phycka (kct n.-.It-",. !oIinn.I4.,) sot S.'tI1.. aerer.llsrge
i-: bit of cmliroldery about the collar and is harmlet Oil*. We bad sc\er.l d-ntor l-nt they museums! and ab"I"" ltrtnC' libts tlHtria befits, steam h<*.t. few tot ,..',h. .hcilna J
no opiate, perfectly ,
cuffs Sun of the smartest of three .tastes good and totes S,xM by Red Crow did him no B"xl. One liottlenf this remedy n' a i cured him is our neighbors will testify. .tu<)rtiU' Ante; tar Itrturcrourv* ('bnatun and nut wo U .
l on w coats have trimmings of bright Pharmacy Eau Gillie Pharinary and I thank God f,.r (;o valuable a n wltdne. beautiful and healthful and the TI-HIM- an- low t
red silk braided In black and silver. Chat F. Campbell ." For sale by lied: Cray Pharmacy. Fur taU'og virw. fullers mJ icfi>ruuttinu aJdrrM the frmidrm.

This ornamentation !gives an oriental .

4 effect at slight expend. \. Apt T>... ---- ----- --- LINCOLN Ill'LLKY, A. M., I'h. IL, Itrl.aud, Fla 1

Skirts on gowns nut dt !gned for When Dublin cathedral was reopened lading fitter. 1

.. dressy owasltMis are much shorter than after restoration at the expense of aYr. The! famous Fren. b rLeniUt Berthc

they'started out to tie at the Utfnnlnjj Wise the archbishop took for his! lot has ma
$2: of the season. Indeed some wouieaaw text. "Go thou and do like Wise. that a grain of l .!oform expo<<*i to
t : :
wearing walking skirts as short the air will lire only a billionth part SBAI3DARD

ffl aa the average schoolgirls.Tt tipralavrf Aek.1.Stiff Neck,LaanoaU.,. of a gram in an hour and a gram of :

frock pictured U of finest pale These are three common ailments for musk only a thousandth. part, of that

blue batiste. The skirt 1* trimmed hich Chamberlain's Pain Balm b especially : ..? .
Ant .L' ::": :: nL.T. .
y with lace, niched p and bottom with valuable. If promptly .applied i it I
x v frills of ribbon. This lace runs up the .ill save yon time, money and suffering tearing Armchair pain OI"CA. --ynJ-- .
skirt ia graduatwl poMs trimmed with when Uuubled with any one of these aitmenu. ,ginned by cHtic act thrrxjj h. Knee .

bows of velvet ribbon. The bodice hat For ule by Red CroeIl'harmacy. I when at ret, or on DM movirgtle IimL-
.. .. ,- and in cold or damp weather, \r rnr.Jq'lifkly
effect Savannah Columbia Southern
aril a bolero Pities
a deep potated by B Jlard'no* Liniment 0. e
RIW Brail Is Names.
: of batiste edged with lace. tar OIe in. tiib!* m CV. Ill! wntr F->-
The government of Burma U s.tlnlwar ;
JUMCCHOLLET.THE 16. I I'"I: *ss trcnWrd: mh a taro in Richmond. Washington Baltimore.
upon the wild animal of the Bur ,
s my tack I' stion tint !so! fwd I mnui nt.t
ma bin. and the fvllo.-mr rewards t--'n.lour One t.iitiP! ',t p'.a!: "r" root
ROYAL BOX. are oServd: : Full grown lifer. C. tiger Liniment Minted n>- mild bv K..1<'n Philadelphia, New York.

--- cub, leopard or panther, it 10... trop PhamaC' and Kau hAt"-; !Tt rmv..
IVmla "**** a prt-
ne shah of pit '.
; and or panther rub, 15 biUa
g rate collection of ornaments$35w. gems"..axv.An and. 1* llhilU! 6j,. Upward are aL o of n\ .:."'" \T TI: !\- PAH.Y.
valued at
f; precious stone .
}.. ttl'fror the killing of danrousanskr CASTORIAFor
officer and two soldiers were de- *. :.i
taltal to watch the dressmakers who
;k < lifaati and CtiMrei
MVd the pearls on the brtial dress of .' SEABOARD EXPRESS SEABOARD MAIL. .;
i me Wltaa't daughter in CVmrtaatinop I The Kind You Hate AlwajsHOCUSTCRS Bcught i
Disease takes no surnmer
;, 1!. dress was valued at f tt.U.0.
Bea.-t the8igII3.'IIr0
1o$1 of )[II['! I LN !'! ..U1.1'.1! !H'Mr.M ..
I If'ou need flesh and .
tb* wtitt arcasslaa fc> the Venus of

the ,lStt. Thtr board and lodging strength vuseScott's

: forte wttfc aa Inaigniflcaat tM amount of Item perfumery la cocspartoa they- Emulsion Rocky Mountain Tea Nuggets Operating Di iy! Through Seern froo J"'I".I nvlle: If tits Or flU.

consume. 1 IIuy Ibca. Jar Buy F.*fl.
' Queen Wlfttlmlna's crown, walco Is summer as in winter.Se !r-'C' GnL'a Bank u.S ]ianllip.: .
' ft. CWgeoea. Is made of doll gold.with A *. For fall information a&d *>*-jr r* rmtxSfmil; on any ea br.ard ad... 01
very *i tr to*twf* u.1 It .sry Troutie P..n a+*t. Cf iftr/i*Impart write to
oily the edges polished. A circle JI&n .., BrMt Qntraa &>-<. r- ecec
' emeralds incloses a t SCOTT rOWSE. Gears sat brd.rlt. It's B.wk1 JI wars s 1M Ia tea.let A. 0. )1.\C lJOSELL, S. C. UOYL!, .'
i fat aapphirea and ...n fort Spwt. >..Ytsa.I .. f t crimson cap aad the sixteen points of , i.-. a B t.unn *-. OW4TT.69UEV Ilsri + R'r. A.t. General Pa* -rgtr Agent, h'eengetA=I-L ,.,

( 1M Ifflperiai arches are rnoanted with tlUCSCn rex SAUO PEOPLE JACKiOXVILLK, FLA )

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1Teti- SCti1f>r li Dflttl
the whole 'through and a& W IXSTON S.BU"no.. CktUct.
pitched _game t-t-c---
y s Il fr Iarat a aeheatak ; a>xr
: ,. au9klad the last hi* arm jot tired betide bale

r: rekeaedeMa a sladlea'tdasathaadsMadssw not in practice: to pitch so long. How I tr\ INDIAN RIVER STATE BANKV ti

1 si4IiIffiI ever;Oxd prOud of her team tad after tl lt.

to good s tcore the members will be encooraged .i'b 'I COT71TTS* 233AttborUed SPOSXTOXVST.TRANSACTS '

m mm. to practice with more vigor and '=; ":. a til---llOO.COo.60

w by tbe Um another canted come off tb \-.fl Paid ay .,... | SS.oeo.oo f r
\: Average P e ta--__4 .oo
JsfrwtHnlntt to Brief?rat Xatrty laru Bob team will find the Gray and Blaeateam : ... .;.i.. \\ : A oatlau %

that will match the laurels from :'. =....-.
t- sad .... ..;,, ". .
their brow.with a sweeping victory. The> "'. ',;?f.f.;.'....'.'".' ...1.t. ;<<:-..... General Banking Business "
g COt M. kid teams of Titosville and Cocoa lwld .i. .\'gl3""it" :':- Largest and Oldest '

,,11r.lndlt"L Hertey Bower: returow tbe diamond in the forenoon and the vie f:. .":,..,.. :.i.w, Bank the Hirer. ; ,
c- from their visit to Miaaal Tuesday* tory the Cocoa kids carried off in the t,;';".:'." ... on a -
.wr.-" 0)'g Exchange Bought aDd Sold on AD
MrA.. 1. Ms ore .Uofl to dolt bia ok morning more than offset the loss of the -- Foreign Countries. _

a come and friends on long Island, X. Y. game in tbe afternoon. The score Rood ALL DAMAGE Patronage apprecIate Prompt service,

The Indian river wa a river of fire on 14 to 7 in favor of Co >a. There wu is covered by a good fire insar&nce corn polite treatoa'Bt and every fi v roeaai %eat .
done the IUT. The damage by fin, by *ater l>j with eooervativ baiting fraated.COEKESFOX 3 '
Tbe +ei some pretty good playing by
)Monday nijhU phosphoresce
smoke and by the firemen in their efforts DEXT& _
kids in the morning that .iIIll'dmnd
v was very brilliant. to extinguish the flame The man who Empire Trust Company, X. Y Florida
greatly to their credit and shows the Bank 4 Trust Ifeoipany,JscksenrillslaTITUSVILLE
r Mis Hazel Stiling, of Daytona spen IS COVEREDby
national to be well understood J
with her fame
s Tuesday and Tuesday bight by the Americans. Cocoa insurance has little to fear of fire. II FLORIDA. _
very young
(friend Mrs. M. Mclood, on Mulberry doesn't him night and day like the
worry .. .. .
off the in
carried tbe
girl palm evening -- -- -- -- -
uninsured If the
(rtrwt.Mis. you
when the third and last "ball" game wa latter class, get out of it at once. Let n. PENNEY & BRANNING .
Wilson of Eocklede, 4
Alliene called and the bailers of the afternoon, write you a policy on your property and ,

and Hazel SUIing/of Daytona,spent Wed. both teams and spectator, fell easy cap see how much better you steep nights.
J. W. Packard, on Palmetto
lives to tile' greatest victory the day. ,

avenue. This game was ptayed at the opera hous TnrsviiXE, FLORIDA. -

The colored's.ptit.. Are enjoying religion and the goddess of terpsichore presided ..
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f season and celebrnting the second and her devotees were numerous and improved, while Mrs. Stewart is away on
;I anniversary of the establishment of their her spell eiilatic Tittwville orchestra a vihit for a few weeks in Daytona./

; church this week.ADaytonagirl. famished excellent music. Dancing was Mr. R. W. Goode hu just sold; the

f' accredits the victory of kept up ontil a late hour, when a tired,, Thomas lot on New Haven avenue to Mr.

the TUusrill team aa due to the fact that happy, hungry crowd wended their way Enos Gauker, who intends to build a fine and Furnishers

they carrolfed the Daytona baseball homeward and voted baseball day one of house on this lot for rent next season.

mascot to play with them. the notable, pleasurable days of tbe year, ;
Rev. S. D. Paine and wife have left for; -

. 4 Master Willard Gould ,who has been A Fearful rata a summer outing in the northern states, t The queen quality Shoe fur ladies U the

very low with malarial-typhoid fever, it visiting for a short while in Jacksonville, most stJ'1I8b| and duralile. in the world. lit
It is a fearful fate to have to endure the
k lowly} improving much to the gratification terrible torture of piles. "I can truthfully! where Rev. I'aine owns valuable real addition we keep the famous Edwin Happ Indtrossett

Of his devoted parents. say," writes Harry Col8on,of Maaonville,. estate. f_ Shot'sU high: class good to be
Those who missed witnessing the trials la., "that for blind bleeding, itching and Mr. and Mrs J. II. Baker and two
Bncklen'a Arnica Salvtis found here. Manhattan Shirts E. A; \r.a).
piles, ,
k of Capt. Racket and poor Timothy Tol sons came up from Jensen last week and
the beet core made. Also beet for ,. .. lars Stetson and Knox Hats.
missed the greatest in their Melbourne home while .
.7 man on Thursday night tot, bums and injuries. 25c at Red are now ,
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; .mirth producing spectacle of their life. Crow Pharmacy. Mr. Baker finishes his contract on Mayor --

Stewart's liouse. lie is a .i illteol in this
The "Captain Racket" company wente ueett Anything and everything else that ,#
toTitaiville Thunday morning via launch KOCKLKOOK. work by Messrs. J. A. Hoke and Claude ;

BicI The Derby house is in the hands of ,hepaink'rs. Beanjean.Our here.
men wear can buy
I m aa to make all arrangement newwarj you
y z young folks are reporting big times :
} for the euccewof their play.U a
I1rt!" Many Kockledgeitea attended the play, st Melbourne Beach hunting[ turtle awl KAIL ORDERS ECUU.T MLldTEO. '-f.

the ball and dance at Cocoa the turtle eggs and they find Iota of them. 1
bu her game :: i
Mrs W. 0. put -- -- -- -
; Pattsreon We have enjoyed both the steak and eggs
shoulder to the wheel and never looks week. and only wish the reason would I lat the SAN MATED CIGARSHave i
Lack while the walls of a new library Miss Alliene Wilaou is enjoying a visitfrom i visitors would
round so our northern 1
w b.uiMiJlIJoom away in the dim future. her friend, Mix Hazel t+tiling, sagDaytona. year # '
have a chance to enjoy some of these Made
R# and work U the a
Faith it a mighty lever
hunts. It would surely be a big surprise
a weightliftingpower. Mr J. S. Coats was recently called to to many of them and a great attractionto Reputationof

Mij Lizzie lloghlett bu completed her Boston, Ga., to the bedside of his brother, the beach. Their Own. '1

academic coarse at Stetson and U now who is ill. .. --
The success of the San Mateo Cigar
a- ready for college with high grade to her Mrs. K F. Hatch and son! Robert returned In Mad Cb.... is one of the greatest triumphs 4

credit. Mia IJuie's many friend arcglad .on. Saturday from their visit to Millions rush in mad chaw after health of the East Coast since the freeze.
to welcome her return home, and it Christmas. from one extreme of faddism to another
that her and w hen, if they would only eat Rood fond M..l.. fi-nt the t |N>ictTt growths of tobao-o that the priiihnta of Florida amt tielelas.d
; *4' Roes without saying parents Everybody enjoying these! hot morn- and their bowels. regular with Dr
keep [ iof t'ua'w can prmlitct, ."\Happ..1 with tins radl. silky leaf grown INI Last ,
ffster ire rejoicing that vacation time U logs, cool afternoons and nights and thpesky King's New Life Pillc their troubles (Jon'i pl".I'O-, teas cigar ii> lu-try of the wind l has neverpr ducr.l l sbetl-rajti { .

beta pumpers, the festive moeqaito. would all\ pass away. Prompt relief and For sale by all\ the leading hotel and clubs and by the Uuion Newtxu{ ny
for liver and stomach trouble.
quick cure on every train entering Florida.
CAITAIX RACKET. Mists Ella; Singleton, teacher in Miami 25c. at lied Cross Pharmacy. ( Guaranteed

ti night schools, has returned home to spend her Twenty Sizes, Styles and Grades to select from.
The play vea on last Thursday
vacation with parents, brothers and >is- Manuuctu.ed by s. W. ROWLEY. San Mateo Fla.
by the local talent dramatic OOmtaDYwuI ,
Mr. W. I,. Howes spent last Sunday at
complete success in every rwpect-savt ters.Mr. his father's.Mr. -
> the weather. "Capl. Racket" was the title Miller, the new florist, has greatlyimproved
? E. A. Marsh made a flying trip to
and a racket it proved. ,It .asunder the appearance of hie newproperty Alabastine Your Walls
fence and VLand l the first of this week.
p- by putting np a new .. .. J,
brary building fund. Everyone expected repairing the walk. He has also done MUM Lillian Marsh is away on a visitto

much interior painting the residence. OcaU, the guest of Mrs. M. A. Nor ALABASTINE produces exquisitely beautiful) rffrrta. on sails and .

ability wood, a former resident of Oak Hill.Misa n-iling' sir <.\ apply simply mix with cold water BUl1lUala!<
Rev. W. E. Hall preached two cplen- Flint Vlll ft is not Kahi.nsine! ,
mini or Piper a it i* a Military,
...d such a rousing, rattling good playas it Nettie Coolant Is at home again;
+' r did sermons on Sunday last; in the morning V nnanrnt: iriiient t'OlttlflgI hardens on the walls, destroying
proved to be. Mr. Jna Powers as "Capt on "Jesus, the Light of the World," from Rollins! college and ii ii a graduate Ih..3JolO germs and l vermin, never rubbinuor IIICal nc. K.Isnsiawu.txed
and liar all academic with hot mid) water rub and soak off .ilui, wall
Packet a lawyereometimes, a and in the evening on "The Living Water. from the it'partmt"ot. or soon (" : flothi&gn
furnitiin They contain glue, which decays anil nouiiiht the
: the time" proved that the captain was ." Miss Sitting sang a solo very IVar are quite plentiful now. Two perms of deadly di"*'*.*. For sale by *
well op in his proft' ioo. Mr. Potren'it'pertkatoo sweetly.B'oodliounds. have been killed lately, one by Mr. Jas. ri

was perfectly rendered. officers and attaches galore Dyall and one by Walter Fountain and EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY CO.,
Kr. Key was sorely 0. K. in his rharac- I
ti in carriages and on horseback, pn*,- ** Dyall. (testers in J.lJUiLeand Builders Material.
Let of poor, buffeted Timothy Tolman, the Mr. S. B. Owens returned Tuesday ;
iiitf through Rockledge recently, attractedthe
victim of circumstance, wedded bliss!, from a bncinttu trip and also a visit to -- -
attention of the quiet sUy-at homes. ]. lytt'ALIEit II It WAll
< *1otuy and misunderstanding and et r- his mother, who home linear Fernan-
I On inquiry it was learned thet were after
uinly had the sympathy u well as the au escaped convict. It was a&vruined dina. JOHN R. WALKER & CO.,

audible unite of the audience. Mr. Mm. Milton Owens and children {ieft
"they hadn't trot him. It is not likely
ar = Kanckas the gay old fop of an untIe from Friday for YaW, where she will remain Tit sville Fla.
that "etill! :l he lingers near. ,
Japan carried the character to perfection. with her mother for a few weeks.

Mr. Packard M the doting father wan Torture of Prr rbr. Mr*. II. S. Barker left on Sunday for a

;c excellent Miss Ever, u the jealous j wife The story of the torture of R
i. and mother, was w good, one no longer Moore, tvut' r of the I1tfti.t cliun-lt, of .\. M. Wir"g. ; ,

wonders why Kate prefer the state of larpersville" N. Y I \>rt't you. Mr. J I: Riulerson lat week for
e single blewJnUM.! Misty William, asMr II\ fays: 1 .otTt"rl't.aalnni..s. Uxaa of J'f
a penitent cough; rtvalting: from the Ea Nellie! t,) be with thrFlorida Fi..h.. ..
Racket bent on revenge by way of tfnp. I had to Bleep fitting up in t-d. I Produce O and Mr*. lilJI..r.n and the ; CLOTHING

1 TL: I-radical jokes j wa' fine and carried her many rmit\Jies itnHit! relief until children left here Tnt-May U> pin him. 4 !
Dart most excellently, Mug Singleton, as. 1 took I>r. Kuif's New Discovery for CunMtiuption .
tmtghs and txiltl I whictirnirely (layton and Ernest M.Cullatdh! lease! I
the maid,and Mr. Weinbrrjc, as collector.utained .
well their character The netlroowd cured my" cough and !l.t't'Ole from in a few days (;,Atlanta to take a bu tin -:. GENTS' FURNISHINGS
C'On?llmption. A IrnLn.Jore fordieu- .
cournin of tilt splints collets.Mr.
-* one : ,
N.S.=2. After the play the
! were conditions of throat and lungs. AtI'harmaoy Iced
; ti'wr was cleared for dancing and Mrs Cnll price 5&\:. and $I tJ, W. IL. Hawkins, who ha Urn '

' IHxoa kindly furnished music on the guarantied. Trial tittle free starting a ?rove on hi. ll'>*i ha-urno* k SHOES ;

;k piano The ladies mid ice cream which --- property, leaven for New Smyrna this

frooerds went somewhat WUN the MKLHOt'KMi.fesrs. week to work for the F. E. C. railway.Thr .

I ay i uft of the expenses of the pUy. The > Downey and Snedeker are bn y "

junuuic dab has pnirauni to put on an- minting the Carter cotUgv.Delightful : Ijirar I lot?rr. MILLINERY

- jlher pUy in the fall for the library fund. I weather, oool l east "ind*, few The lar,-t flowr iii the wort!. it i" ,

MMMMTUK insects Who would; want finer weather >UHJ. i* the Lulu wLl-L grunt on UirUlau1

BA> : UL QUIt for lane' of JImaauaj, one of UK I Ti'.:.{'

pine i vup.. It has five prink: U>t: 'ur
The bafeball game 3oo.ayf't1) Miss Elizabeth Eaton spent a few llay"of FURNITURE.
tt.: nearly a yard m width aud a :ti
TitttiviU> and Coma attracted a fDr. .
i last week in Fort iVmtfie gout t, 104' f.JYtt."f tars been known to "..>"..

Large crowd of peopJ.. pfnentativr. Uoydand 11m11}. t\\ j ouaJ. It grow oa the ,
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from TiKitille, Sharjn, City Point, Indianola land, about .- -- "": ----- '
bgest! piaiacle of the ::
Mrs Frank Robrrt >n write that hf .
Gevrtf ana, Merritt, Mtlboorce, :2.1MJ fret above tax level of the Ma.rowad patronage.-
is eiijoTtog her visit in Chirv>. although --- --- We want your
ar llocklvdpi were on tht >r>d4 and ,b.
gn she finds i it just a little cwi. a Car fur Uy....... ..
w bole of Cocoa turned out to witoe the Our aim is to please YOU.
Miss Lena olIklin", daughter of Mr. Mrs S. LiD C0 tl. The pl yio< WM 'piritton Canada who ba. suffered
l(.(h tid and at the end of the sixth inning R A. Cockling, is en eying a varation, numtwr of years from dy'prpsu ant grew: New, Up-to-Date Goods in every

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