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


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Forrfebed rooms "Mri Dod.oD'' _' :I A. BJUOT Committee. Figured lawns, suitable for house Mr. C w. Iaf out, of Fort Tiers, was -"
E o,eipat drmee in endless of designs
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, .iraidovr.Ai Oak' .BiU.. returned Warrants. pits is K.j'....... SaaJ3 It to 12. ML OR SPORTS. Monday's tpeoa! 6 rents a yard. TUuavUle Wednesday on hit way borne

:,.0'd"t. ,.borne Jfoodaj from *" few..days'-! flay b Warrants, oatottadiflj.._ 14 SIfcaad a H. WaitO' Checked nainsooks, in assorted sites of I:rom Mims'

1. --:<:-:k the AaeJeot City; Lksb.. BOW:..u_._...-.... 1.a .>> E. L. BttuT, checks, ranging in price from 10 to K )Jr. a F. Paddiwn of Eats lapis, was
CommUta ants per yard hnTitunh I and witnrswd theiaseball '"
0. MiXDAViUJt leTuesday
:it Wia1t2if4Gl&4! rri0reluraedthemtddte De4dtlA (.adl..u..__,. tM8.T& Beautiful while wash organdies 33
M -of.bat week from a.dais of.a week or 00 12. to,1 FREE DINNER for VISITORS incite wi.te. worth 25 cents yard, spec 1 game a :.{
;it) J, M. One) and A, J. Carter were appointed t
":wilt Wends at Winter Park, ti'ar TR Woau.zr lad price IS rents Mr. T. A. Hobinaon, of City Point, was t t
Bl & committee to destroy. the tan Persian lawn 32 inches wide worth 33ants
J ltd OSBIX Committee. .
I spending fen in
a days TitnsvU!.
lit+Out C.. Curtla arrived Satorday =
wSf f' celled iarrsntairblcb they reported having a yard, fpeciaTprice 19 cents.Keadv >iI
1 to 2, FISH SAIL BOAT RACES. week visiting with
bet friend.
Jacksonville : made 46 laches
# % <.ftentton! from : r.t.1I'O done and were discharged. pillow mites
k treeltWt with his wife and"children A from the citiseosof Sebastian L. W. Rant; long 3 Inch hem, special 10 cents each.Ladies' M!. Jos. Mendel and hU daughter MUa5ertrtKle
white linen akin. mad of
& B. WAGES Committee. avery
i s MLaGtance, be J I( expect to leave In a week or so"
that Miss Ella
?0". asking Singleton 2 to 4. HORSE IUC});.. good quality of linen handsomely
.Tb't Mt&tpI8te&m Laundry has made aligned as'principal of the baatian L C. BBASSISO, tailor ,1, worth $:l 00 and $3 50, at a spec fore w York city to spend the summer r

.g' 'Mra CL Collins 'agent. Leave work at school read and filed, and the secretary D. B. Committee. tat priCt\ of$!?J. Mr. and Mrs. H. B Gibbons. are ex-
PRircBASD Uuny lace 1 insertion, in hand-ome designs .
. '' the F, E. Grocery. Fine work, sat-! wtu Infracted to mail the petition to the 4 to 6V BASEBALLGAMK 5 Inches wide worth 23 cents per petted to arrive in Titusville ivturday.

,. faction board of instruction of Lncie Mrs. Gibbons will about treks
/ ; guaranteed.JU public SU P. 8. Trrra, yard, Monday only } cents tjvnd. two

} '. Jv I, Harper, the acme of excellence county. A. 11.l'usnt Commitu*. Boy's btottse suits handsomely. tailored, visiting Mends,
w made of of mad,..
in i whiskey' safest and roost Mr. Geo. B. Hall U appointed supervisor a good Quality special61.E ,Road Superintendent J. J. O'Brien
production- : 8 p. m. GRAND BALL per suit, size* ranging from 2} to 7 was

;d" K' satisfactory for all osa.. Bold by F. A. : of school) Ko. :21 at Sebaotiaa.On W, S, F Lctixlw, Committee ta.l t'tt' white linen osfordi, made in 10 town the first of the week looking after. ;

; ifJ/ LoaWy and R, L MotlowTrtnaienta' motion of Mr, Carter the bill of th e l aes t a tbl UC h in. wt tha tee la._.e the interests the F, E.C, railway.Mrs. s

"'.-'" --< '- Mr. J. M. One for incurred eyelets, wide silk tare, usual price. $2.50,
/ "ud the traveling public expenses MAGNIFICENT OAME.: Mundav's special $1.75.U O'Brien was spending a day or so

1' 'when In TUnsviHe, are"Invited to try Alpine on trip to ,saperintendeuU meeting at The most exciting game of baseball played A () girdle corsets in all sljeg, usual! byre with friends but week,

located excellent Tallahassee, ,amounting to $34.70 Wit price $1.00 at a special of 75 rt'ntLLatit"8' Call at Titoaville
r. Cottage, centrally this season on the whole fast coast was price Livery, at rear of

:?: '. -table, reasonable) rates.. Mrs. Kate audited and ordered paid.A the contest between the Cocoas and the n mealy made of night gowns, madeof Rabbins' law cfficv, for stylish rigs.
petition backed by a delegation of an u nainsook tqiiare
t. Myers. proprietress.Capt. Titnsvilles at this place Tuesday afternoon or Y neck word $1 Jo, at a special price Leave your orders for hauling, both doa It
the citizen of Point that the
/'iff": P. KeUno and family left on the City asking The game would have been, in. of 93 mils. Au entirely now lot..Screen LI and single.! J. M. 0 ban, proprietor.Mr. .
school there, No. 3, be rveetaUiohed
,. early train Wednesday morning for Perth deed a credit to professional players, aa cloth for dooreand windows, R. T. Smith of Grant, paid the w
received. The S3 inches wide
was prayer of the petitionwas 20 yard rolls at a special .a,
' Amboy, N. J., where business demand granted. )Ir. Hob Williams was the score of 2 to 1, in favor of TiUuvillethowed. price of $1.99! per roll. county seat a visit .Monday in orJ'fr0

k-:'. the captain's attention. They will spend appointed supervisor for school No. 3, at It was a closer game than Mail orders promptly filled on any of close up his admin ltraLion on the W"lb

_ '. the. aommer montha there. Point. most of the league players ever play. Upto the above goods estate. lie gave Till STAR office a pleasant ar
,.;,. ,:!:: City Jl'LU-8 KUSS,
the fouith inning not a run had been call while in to-
Mill Charlotte Palmer left Wednesday town. =
>J-J Warrant No. 5921! issued to Roo T. Tit us v ills, Fla.

},:' .. morning for her home in Brooklyn, N. Y., i Davis; April 3rd, 1905 having been loot made, then Rogers scored' for Titwville. J, F, Miuhell.of tuna, UIIi Uunt to e!

f. with that the change will be i Throughout all the innings up to the DEATHS. Pon-her of the e
?' the hope! in the mail, a duplicate for said warrant Agent Indiu iUverand
'. beneficial her health Florida weathernot ninth the visitors had failed to find the Lake Worth
> to was drawn. Within the past three or four days two Pineapple Growers aaauci- ,

'. having been so favorable to her thisyear Petition from patrons of Lotus school home plate, and their whole tool wsiput of the oldest rwidenU of this section of anon, estimates the eat foal pine crop

'f"'?; -:-.r aa formerly. asking for a summer school aa received i into one grand effort then and Harper Florid have tn called to the great be- at 173,000 crates, or about one-fourth of ; ,
scored. This each side
X 7" The stork that eminent bird of ,islta and granted, and the superintendent ta.. gave one run. youd. a crop.
Shortly after TUiuvilles came to the
'f""J.-. lion, paid Titoaville a visit last week and instructed to open said school with as little On Monday B. J. Mime, of Mims, pawed Mr and Mrs. S. J, Fields, of Indianola, t t
I hat in the ninth there was a dispute over
2 '' .left t Dee bouncing ten pound boy at the delay aa possible.Communication away at the advanced age of about have Uen at fea Brew for a few days'
a blocked ball. The umpire, Judge Penney
i homeof Mr\and )1,.. Raymond B. Hatl from Banyan, askingfor three score and twelve year Cerebral visit with their on, Mr. Jake Fields, returning
rendered a fair dfcuinn that Mr .x
..f don Thursday, and aswett little baby consolidation, U referred back for petition hemorrhage was the cans of death, but Wednesday, alien Mrs. Fields
Clinton was safe at home plate but the
s girl at the home of Mr. and )f,.. Geo. W. of patrons.On he had been hi feeble health lor some Btopped off hero fur a abort visit with her
Cocoas strenuously objected and oncer
i t .:,_. .Haoford Friday morning. motion of A. J. Carter, the bills of monionsly .left the field. years lout. He was probably the ol.lritMid..II' sister, Mrs. B. ft.1V'iteon. a

I k' ?- Wednesday morning last Mr. F. II. R. E. Mime for $10 and J. S. Snowdeu for The battery work on both tiles was of Minis, having moved here In At Miami on hunJay evening Mt! e

I: ;.. Buys caught a large tiger cat that had S3) for transporting isolate:?pupil, w ere immense. TUusvilles fanned the air trying the early seventies from Georgia. The Edith Mercier and Oncar T Cbnklin were ,

k-. been fattening on Mrs. B's. chickens in allowed and warrants ordered drawn. to hit Travis who pitched a splendid burial service was conducted from the married by Kev. W Stanton: in theReptivt

i rt:.: several weeks pact He measured about : By Mr. One lved-That thisboard The visitors' fielding was weak church in LaGrange Tuewby morning i church. The! tri.U wu formerlya

l'; three and one half feet from nose to tip of takes this method to inform the game.and whenever the home boys bunted services being conducted by Rev. W. F resident of C ooa. The JfNOm Uaua.-

fj;? ." tail and was very fat, having eaten tWfOI citizens of Brevard and St. Lucie ties fly out they easily made their bases. On Shoemaker of this place, interment in liataut to Mr J. B. lirtllj, nf Miami, in

I It five chicks and. two or three hens. that our reason for non action: regardingthe the TilnavUle's nVIding war LaGrange cemetery. certain departments connected with the
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biennial election! of of
trustees special
'I. : F. K.: C. raal..aThe hu
of the residents of Titoville will eeyman trip
farm Alexander
; ;; excellent, puui nil out two D'len. On
tax school districts, war the fact that there Wednesday morning about 3 o'clocl of
several weeks will be
; nmemberMr.mndllrt.LutheruWeathBoston ,, spent in
ff..: and Johnann and )( bIt.'J' one each.
the of Leonardi
was a hill pending lu the legislature look. spirit Philip took its flight
of Last who the winter of the Wachington. D. C., and New York city.
% ers, spent Frank !Pounds Stetson team,
.: after prolonged illness. Cirrhosis of the ,
"" Inr to a division of the county and we ---- -
I ;r": season here two years ago. The sad rv-Land, caught for coa/while King
not knowing whatefewt such division liver was the Caivwof his death lie
reached here this week of the death anJ Titus CORNER STONE LAID.
tr. newt Williams pitched caught )rT1tnni11e.
.- would have on the continuance of pedal 1 came here from his home place in 0!!Un
; of Lalia, the twin daughter of Mr. The work of hoth batteries The corner Hone of the new Masonic
'fft : tax school districts w e deemed it to be a about two weeks ax ), after having tried
'J Weathers, who died of appendicitis on was very effective with honors about even DeLand and *Augustine without benefit. Uiildiug was laid yesterday aft inouu t
p" hazardous expenditure of the public money
: ,;: Way Stith, twelve yean of age. The fora that at the u to their ability. I He wu about 70 years of aoce. liew with appropriate ceremonies which wen
z : : burial-was in Durham. N. H., }Ir.. purpose can, proper in Coon' conducted by Indian River
I ; "Cocoa rooter" .ratt-rday's. .. Ilg and
time, be provided for by the respective u a prominent cattle o_ nor and one n__ }
FL Weathers' former home. boards if the remains sUtu-qoo oran News, is very much mistaken in saying the tint settleri in 0teeu. The body visiting members from Cocoa, MtrnUItiand .
the Titasvilles "did not dare to play to and New Smyrna, nuuilertug in
w as carried to ht. Augustine Wednesday
be the their
rcadoptod by people at
1. TAYLOR 001TAQE, FURNISHED pleasure.l the finish for fear of def...t." Titusvilles for burial in the family lot, lI'OOmJ..nledby all about forty members About 4 u cka k

4 For rent for the summer seasoo. Terms did not quit the tit'M. they were willirgto members of hit family and also by hu the Misons in full regalia marched to the
A petition from the people of LaGrange
> fllOO per month.DACDBS'. play their last half of the ninth inning foundation on Julia arid Ilopkin..trtet,
brother John Leonardo,
asking that srhot>I No. I be rc Ubluhed
EXAMINATION.The as they had everything to gain by play where the corner stone WM laiJ at the
= was read and on motion of Mr. Carter,
fit ing. It was Cocoa that refund to cnn.tlnue DKESIJlaKUiO. northeast corner of the new buikliog.

..;;?:: :: teachers' examination which war the school was_rtvslablielted... the game, and it was Cocoa who refused Strli.h drewmaking and sewing t>( all A nuinter of the members of the order of
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r held at this place Ut week was con- to acoe|>t the verdict of the umpirea kings prrnnptly attended) by Mn P, S. Eastern liar acre prevent and eitiw red 1
; f; eluded Saturday Of the twenty teachers whose integrity anti honesty of Tltu.\ Main ttretl, bear freight f'lati.1P. the ceremonka. This event marks the

andertookthi Ute examinatuo, frame and cloth. T Ila\ille
who :
purpose i is knoll n to be beyond qaettton erection of another fine new tiuililin,;
Cleaner for while thoee.
' of the examinee*
ti Nveateeapt.sed. Eight White ribbon tie hoe Uces. and above repntach. titifE. which will) be a creditable ftlrtu-ture t<. a

were Awarded first grade certificate; four Wire Jt h coven; Hv Jim.Moeqnito ont jlTUwlallJwn.. The work on the

L received second grade eerti6cztesa5Dd canopies, $1 10 to $3,30. Word *M received here l la's night that To wbciw it may n..nt'f'rll : building will now he pothed toDAYTONA c.unplr.ti"n -

five third grade certificates.f Machine bands, tieed!**, oil. the Tittuville lUl! team were ilr&atel LaMar no accvtnnt under inv itnaturefar
fart !
'. The grading committee consittfd of Cries A. Gardner, Titusville Honda at Jensen yesterday afternnftn by a my wife. I..ill w.l PDT hi'.U t! eonre of 5 to 4 in favor uf Jth,-*-n. A char Its .tahzaox. --- --- -- -

Prof.. Homer E. Wakefield. or IVmona, CHURCH NOTES. and exciting game, howeter.CIL&LLENOE.. Vero, Fit Jane nil 1'..j. VS TITUSVILLE.tbe .

FlA. Mss Ella SingWton, of Rockledge, --
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the [hj-tub* U.wlt lea.'hit ..
and Mrs. Edith Hont, of High SpringHO lirgalar .*vks at the 1\tnuille lUptUt COLORED BASEBALL.
church Jane ISih and 26th. I Ihtjtona Aincn.rcd bat with)
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the (\. & (erl t Dck .
To Uptaia M The! ct. >!*! bait-tall learn (rom May
t BUMMER NORMALS school at 10 .. nv, preaching services lull\ t'c yert from TitoaviHe) Tl.urmUy
.y I hereby chalV&ge yna to play a game town tarot in Mtartliy and paled! a
afternoon and
the It a. m. and 7:30 IlkU are cordially j grit it in the neck by the .
r' of p.
: The TUaoae corrtpon4ent of ball within 30 dais for Hlon the rather lengthy with the Tttneruliecralnre.1 ci
'' Jacksonville Metropolis: eya."Th : invited to meet with us. cooditbn that you p1.yaa Cava own game ,i wore of 6 to 2. The rlt..e"a. a I'Ft Sty
the dab! ,
and all Titasvit': team on gun grounds ju tsocth lone from tttrt to Guars aril shooki
decision i Howard B. Gibbous, Pt<)r. we play ruth base
e altarney general fatea P. ti Tms of toan.t fiAt the visiting tram :
been won bj IrrJtow. lad fielding:
There wili t* preaching at the Metho rat {
this morning to the effect that no lumirwrnoraa Captain TilMvilk- tUaeU'l Ciub.OotoPenoey had a gr-od deal l Ore beSt of it, but after a '
jY be
the defeat
ref >tHr
here- diIJuhanb.oa, nest Saniiy, June p .
,: school ran U conducted M --- whine the Ttltmiiie nine gut rooanl
up TIII"U the first time
X tofy*, and that according w tie pro- ISth at 11 L ra. and 7:30 p. m. Thepator f1 s Ii .hOtIiU 11 t. T S lto U. and won the day. a number of flID.rt the new nay'tons

nt \lciona of the Bock man bill these normal : Rev W. F. Allen who U now in A liraoning' when in aware the usual nimtwr being .b't'l team ever plated U'i.vtUr aril the

w e be conducted by the normal de- Georgia, U expvcted to preach but should nerd of alms,! ,. They have Lbe fiawt I At one time tl.egia* wa4i atliJUt 10 'IOJI : 'ajuln o1 the Tilund s rontirrgest stated

can only which he not return in time the!! pulpit will bec'.ku short and the Urarft aM )rtc.ect that bee : on account of the tilt I ben j bar,(eil, bat that it wu ttrt 4KtUtt Jrfl.'I......' 1A (Wyh
partmeatsotthe lUte Lren shown in Tttott tile. Captain Tito, <./ tt.eTntaavttks,, stet wa .
I ever i ten against this With
.will Dot be located in time for the school by Kev. W. F. Shoemktr.of Titos. Ladjev shore gram the il I l 0. the up rraron.

Chit ... title to the fine.t Qncrn (pia.dry *.$ U) f e.bib" game piairni-he, with his o.oa) proper i"'actM* the !""If' mtil a w

4 .awi'L lUUK&Ly ,', and ch'.ldrta' shuts from 50 i liberality, furnishing a rw Ul! for the strong one amt one thai wart' wile tie .s.
aaxRT atcxcc -4
'** 1icuERT STOCK FUR Sat E. M sail and launch awnings maicp cents apwariU. it'Ctinuacce: of the .;tame. :jontj of g0rtrt, .Nearly die tlttboJrt _

3.1eo"ltO\.d from the fl 50 work tt.c* II .itnet-rd ,toe .
UnlISSe. mildew if I lilbe.
lone dAM style proofed
C&mt stock rrovaca bip puu in ,
} to be finest Oat ntorv can boy-BUin 1106. EAau Leif.5EacSG.
...Slyer Roncrio, cstaHnhcd JwireJ. FnllparttralarsaddnMIt The Tiliuvilie tots are rtfatJt.Q u.t a
at H ") and fn 5<.llIuin.r .
..a4.for catakgw, Toledo and Vat SUDD? Clapp a coaipJet stock, any iioo. 't We are now the ..Ihpl '. "-tt. far the weLt hoiue enthu.isetkoar. the .
FU.BLACKtXITU. Tit& Co ..._ .. nay wakl, we hate it. i! in stock. You wiii sere or ocey and time they rec"i ics4 IoU. ..
Mail orders promptly filled.PautT I
DENTALIV "unCL by bttjitg horn Uf .
Cecxstxn Tt ruK saLK tutur tun OU'
Duet forri 1 do all kinds of tUf kunHh > Hoayhton has the IVoUu moonJ The Clothiers and Fan ieirt.TtavU3 I r ri4. ACuFU..
bone River hotel dock and sill Agent 9i kris 1:11: jCJfd Ltttt laud ou .
and wagon Boeing at th* Indian lie.TAKs ----- ... .
and repairing. Call and *w me. remain for two weeks. S. B. i the eart or fxn tide of the Indian rivet t'
flat ----- ---- I )tit GktrCLK1.TtsEl.
s at the Narrowt, detTibJ It blloas loUt
J, U. Essts,Titas\Ule, Fla -.. :
r OTICK.TA1The ran &
PA aUTl U"UL EICTCIK TIRI4. Mrs M. L Peanck keep a un assorted No. 3, action S5, air lot Na 3,
.. ulr 1tYal ttultle If jroa want a g-wd !liable Ucyck Ure, Ux buok cf the town If Titaav ilk su>ck of nxwt* in the tt-in Weirs' 36, in township: IOIid.. range JI tile\.

Y, 'awaJ l table boardas one that will wear well, seed fc) Indian w oil dare pctidy on SaUrdar, the litdatofJaiy eriy known u the ornmJdJGf huiUug. This Lint u f1niQpru' bat firmly' !o.
; Ifyoawanta Of the IWwkn Riv cr Mask Howe for Continental No I>>>. corner Main ttrert and U abtngfon ate- ate ._ i/lsonabb prigs patronize Vis T. WuEttv tow sUe E, M. Low tI
) sunset and tt aab> 15 lire, tat wasjo guara&t As good nce. PrornIA.rriuY, pnce, re : -
Rrstaiaraat caner
: .,afll6. a"ae., ti as recede! ".00 dry oar pric $2 JO each. Town Mar LaL gads. { Bmct14 o. Mats. a4

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... Bonaparte 8utce+ .
& .- TOWN OmCDl.- ),.LLlielhalltsayer of.November,.
; "" .>. ___ Mortaa
Paul {
;- of tu Nary
.x -'i{ : .V u-. 6rter..aenUk. ad tax tt Secretary ----- ....
,' tfi"'if: '" E JL .rytai'clefk ad.'traea i; JoaaHW formally tendered hIs resignation May '''i

.. 'T -=MMMBfl JDO.' & WaJktr. U aPriteftkrd. SI to take effect: Jury 1 la order to tat .
i ::V ..&. L. MoUow., P. Vorgaa.. W. nun MS1A 1
s of certain bosiows oppertu
:'. -fUaaaiaf..,-Moadlaua. The awash advantage it was reported FU1ILT TECtTABLI COIffOUHD and the MST FUU
laerta :ru fwUy iam ea mantluoopim attlea. At the same time Tutt'sPilis'nts
: 1 I on good- authority that Mr. Morton ncr UVE8 MZDlOJiS EXOWN. Do net fiU yeur system

;--t--4.- :. ._;' r- :, .. .. OUUCCTOKT. t had accepted the offer to take chargeof with Calomel. Arsenic or Qu In.. BEUlJiS a fuarw. I
teed for
cure disease produced by TORPID UYtB
:T "' ; ::!. musTY OFnlSBS-.1. P. Pnae .. the construction of an extensive
'Titaaj I retuedy ears falls to' and DtrTlI BLOOD. It will curt MALARIA without letteg -
n.1eDt7 jodjf D. U G aklea. bymeana of run-
; rapid transit system of
the effects of
3 y.1JI.: \iqatt.oraer.; A.A, tcvart ctfcctttiny cwt uy deadly many dru, used for thai
Ttuvllle. clerk dmtlt coort" P. A. Me I l Mia la New: York: city; Dyspepsia, CoBStipatloa, Sick purpose. One bottpurchased today may sate you from
The fallowing day President Koos* a sick spell tomorrow; Quickly BlU.. C .
Mill j. Eau UaJlie. tas aeleptor E.W. Hall. I Headache BiHottsoess cures aeSi, .l
__' 1< Tiuu cdl*. ux cftlieetor.Ueitry.TiU-- wit accepted Mr Morton' resignation ttlp 1oa. DytMptli, fUUri, Chills, &U tU Uter

'" ville. treasurer J. R. Walter.TitoavUle and It was announced that Charles J. tad ALL DISEASES iristag from a CompuiaU. Used and recommended *y the medical pros _
: aperifcUtKltntofpoUi*' inctnactioa J.OtPriMr would succeed end fui! ffenenDy.
'$' Bonaparte of Baltimore Torpid liver Bad Digestion
'' THttville. (lOUt, uneyor; J. P.
;', '_ BrttarilJ >as rUr; W. 8. Norwood, Mr Morton M TVi aareral rcanlt U good appcttteaad A .PROMINENT PHYSICIAN'S

1tlaltit rre ltrttpoa o49eor. IfC 'etar19f tbeoavy solid Oesa. Dole iID&U;c1cfut.Jr .
..< A W ragarcoaUd and easy to iwallow.
: ; OOOSTT roU1SS10 EK8.-Jt ,A. Cbsk.liaf.TUlmaa appolntmentcaus- Take No Substitute. A. J. Hannah, a leading: phjsklaa of UmatZla l

: ., cbainoaa; W. E. Walker IVtwvfllrjJohn FU. sayu "1 have been using H.rbiae in my pr4-
;.f. Ii: E. iliot. IndiaDda; Jno. C. ed lorpriac tice and am well pleased with the results 1 alwayskeep '
{ .a Jones,. "- Among
some on band and think it a mad medico
: ; : ,.. .. 4.-1 A ?: .Jt&1&each saonlh.u tetsiaBS_ an bU first Monday la as )fr.B9nap I. for Biliousness and Uvtr Complaint;"

i rte had )1 / .
k : COUNT? SCHOOL BOABD.-B. F. Hardn- ben known for Large Bottle, 50c Avoid All Substitutes
Q' chairtasa,8ebad1aa; A.J.Carter, rtra- t b
, '- bull;J. IL Om. EiroUr aetaiotu yean ta be an Ballard Snow Liniment Co.
are held fint Monday each JUoth'l Independentvoter rr

". Mr. Bonaparte d' Seeds St Louis U. S. A.

V haft also ,

r.- 'T5CNTIFIG1 I been known ? .rw kaowa'ky what they Iesari
1f. this
s. a* an anti-Iw- \M sea m Rbu t'Q"
.. perla lilt. lie rued Duce .orodllClf btqt-r.ttrt.

: A Study of Cat 'Fea,. i, and Roosevelt '.tetaiA; a ..-sa aa CSe&lerw.,Iwwabets.INa ,teed. .SutOby .. SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY

'' : Dr. a. Weir Mitchell. the famous! !I assodat- + neat sal aPJI CUIIo

i- PhlladelpbU upeclallit on nervous dir ', ed for years *i Charles J. Bonaparte. D. M, FERRY A CO.. 'i
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,.' eases, dlaetuscei! In American Medicine I civil service reform work, and latterly I Octrott, Midi.

J : the fear W fl'i1't'Cby cats in certain men the Baltimore man was appointed to Southern Railway.

i 'f;; and women and { prosecute the postal frauds. Mr. B-v

-; t.. ; I their power t> naparte. Is a grandson of Jerome tonal
| ErrRCTIAYR: la. 1 04.teily. .
#. detect the prt'lJ. of and a brother _._ ..
parte, king Westphalia ----- ------ --
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I "cnce of a cat of I. Jerome a.d Bo.iiR.rkher &H I S M : w, : ; i
N' Napoleon Bonaparte flu .U tralat'lt Sri c' 3aCAt : : U twr.a JmcktoBillU and ttw! York. i 1- !
t < -, II lhtil !! j ( .
(- when nuwen white young married a Mis Patterson bovkt n-tr PuUtiksJ.RUDDER :f fUliai _- IS. ,

1 y and unbeard. daughter of wealthy Baltimore Irishman 7 SSp;.,___,_ v o Lv Jaekeoutilie,1k.u..By. .(r. / aj--- : 74 0 p
: He finds tbat I. a !.__.. 130' p L'.Suanuah.U..b.I.It,. Ar. I UO .i. .. i 330 p
d J 6 but the emperor refused to recognize 5S a' IOU5p943m A r Cha-Jotw. X.JC- So. ) hr. V Sd o+ .; a 13 a
f j : : ; :
asthmatics! are HOW TO BOOKS :: ::;;; h
:.- fit t esinvUlly senitive the marriage and would not allow .8 E.1:: '8- i. Ar.. :._KlchwwuJ.. ,_V*. ::... ... ...>;u U!. Lv...., p,'_ 11 lO P

? f' the young wife to laud on the conti Over Joro hoau tune bMbuill from the fines UU P------\ Ar. WmshiugtoD. I). CL,..... $o. Ky Lv. !lOSl.UO p

.1' 3 to rat nent. Later a decree of divorce was printoi H tScv. h.uhf SucctuftUf uijti n 1123 p;. _... jil3tta Ar. BAltinwrr....... .u....-I*. E. K Lv.Ar. ; 610 a'' II.2M W p
'1 ": i, t fear, and be granted ty the council of state, and I wiry dln-inil tore. ,11-J\H" .J b alwwmt every sea r.Aat Full it h M'1 aIIJ*'' a..m! IWp630m 1'hiU.lelpbU.*._ .. ..lR.. BLv. ISM a------ JlI.

i ?s thinks It likely Mme. Bonaparte returned to the United ho* to eukt it. rut c.tfady gimp e. --!-.._.._...- .-\-415p---Ar. N ew. ,YotY- N. V------_. P. It. RLv. .IU a'-' i la t
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k,-... :.i ; t 'Vti that the emanations State, while Jerome Bonaparte HOW TO BUILD A RtCCR fOR CO Ni... 33 and 3l-"Xw York and Florida Espre.a Ifciljr J'uUwaQ O..lac s....
4 from the i. .. t.knI.1.__til Ui<.
iii Int..t .ar .J
married the Princess Catherine of ._,. a-na.. 'H.t :II "....,to lore tH"--I.. Sleeping Ou bctweea Javk.uuyille! end Nw York.
k, :. i' cat affect the Wurttemburg. In the sixties under Najtoleon Sit 2tf .nil U-"WlAahinJttuu mtttl J'\t\ >tl.t. I.iiuiUhl." ();ail, iHiUuua I>r.wtNo. -< Mires
;:. lwping Car between Jiw-k\ oaille mud New Yt>rk.
t nervous system
III. the French government reel AC"I tat tw .s-.t TIJC M tt.riu..r..t b .._
m. ... -- -- -.._-- -.- -----y -- -----.
"- the lAaI. 'f t i. <4al" -f rl lttMtt.J ott -- -
through na. '
cgnlzed the legitimacy of the sou by tw.t"-- .ktedlwa. 30.1----- .. Sa. it
I Tlirvuh Th. L.uJ of th. "
ttaj membrane .. .
the first marriage namely, Jerome Napoleon HOW TO EVtlO A KACINa 5100Px..t Dall y. .u. .
"t even when un- j! ...........,..1 ..'..{ .a.ka .XC ttvKOrt .". n1': Jac11kDilf ._....... .. _. Ar.:
Bonaparte ,, Charles J. ....... .. .. Aa M AuUmll. ta ku.4 Mlo Lv. FU, ........_... ... .e.. So. U,. 900 a
Dr. Mitchell. COcullt'd'u :I U the second Charlesi ....)t4 I':. a cur i 12 is a: Lv. Kvann, (I.... _..._... .....__..................Jia &,. Ar. 430US a

fr r an odor but he U unable to explain the Bonaparte son. HOW TO GUILD A MOTOR LAUNCH 600 a! Ar. Columbia, S. C ,_......__...7.._...._....,......u_..Ji* Ky.: Lv. a
i i was born In Baltimore in 1851 was &.tm.4.. .-of f-.t.,t.a.eatae.t"atndsl..dkulw. 150 pi Ar .hbe iUe, S.4J............._...............___._....._ i* R,. I., t U t
ultimate of the of
cause terror cats. graduated from Harvard In 1871 and .M."..... ueto. .--I-f 2 37 pj! Ar. hut tiprings. X.C.... ..__. ........._..............__, .3a. Ky Lv !11 13 a
a.t Sex appears to have no marked! Influence has practiced law in Baltimore. HOW TO B''IID A KNOCKABOUT 6 (H) pi \r. Kuoivillf, Tt'In..N. By. LvAr. e3aab
i but the extreme symptom are .1 tr.- .;: .i i-l >.. I....I ,,4 rabic; ...-.. 13 ", ('inch nati. Obis .., Q &C. Lv 8Num. 3
; _- ..U-.A- u- .. r
Philadelphia Machine Crushed. ..4r.. ....1.1.: ... ... .X .U ra : : : =:::::: =-:.. :
-' -- -- --
more freqneut in women. The 110.,1.Ibllity l
.1 Following the decision of the United HOW TO E'JlLO A SHOAL-DRAJ GHT SLOOP .29 and SO Pull win iras iog I/ K>IU and nud'tt ln'l.iu lure ktaswa' Jerkuue.rlaie aDd
U sureested that the trait bt Inherited Ad"errLaewlpt..ilSt t..vret..rb.ysat St. LtHiut, daily.
4 front remote ancestors.Studied Gas Improvement company to withdraw uk*.J>*.. ----- -- .. .. --.- --------_.. -- .. .
-" -
. I Its proportion for a new lease of HOW TO OUILO A FUTTIE OR SHARPIEbobtju. ; '
His Bart Nerves. .e.,I tasde\ I" ....01",.:..: :.i tie ens M"k9 ; No. 13 i j jj Itelw..a Jatk.uattlt. the North suit \\ r.l. No 14
flip rhllai'plnhla- _n____ -.'-... gas works., it n was.. --- still .-".u.;.* trL.v.q, nplrspa=woupwnary i ; ___ __ ____ :
l>r. Henry Head of the London boa ,' feared that the long dominant political t! HOW TO BUilD A MOCCL YACHT ..::...-j TlTpj"! Lv. JachumUe, lw. I>Y..m .._ .on ....-.. -. Ar.. U6"

plta) baa recelred! the Xlart-hali Hall machine would continue uurelent- A.-Iot..:..... '0 ii Ar. Maotu.Ar. So. Ky.So. : .-.......... .. .... u .-. Lv. liS.
prtsts iriveu every are years by the i an 1ek.aardww.lye,WL .__ _. ._I Sul:>> Ii Atlmuu, Ky ...,...-- ......... .... .....Lv. {.11 :*> ..
lag warfare on Mayor Weaver by re- i I h',,,, 94.1 II Ar.'hattsnuuga,, PG. Ry.------------------------ Lv. sup
Royal (t'U\'all'if'tl for an Importantdiscovery feeing to allow councils to confirm hid RICE: $1.= EACH 7 l At t,'iueiawtl_ ttueru *< < '* .... ... Lv. II 3i
with Ii ::,:,:.::. ,! 1.1. .. -. .. ? "t :.. :_ :. ..:. :. i _
In connection the nervous new appointees. Spurred on by this PUII-lIi'f raPAtaa $NTWtttat ....... ; 840 pi Lv. (1niunatitin Four iCouU- ..._......._... Lv. : 11t.

i1KJ system. j fear and tliaulated by the victory all 1 Bound In doth .v4d of pet ::.:::....: 7 10 a \r. (."hirattu: !-_ Dix Four turnU .. ..: .. ..:__ __..:; .Lv. 83tt p

t r.llfad bad tbe seiwory nerves of re.niy won, the people of the city redoubled I 9 ty i>_ks-larac, .;url.Jrn.a pWns. .....': n. p I, Lr.l9rriuustt. Penn Limtt... .. ___ ..... _. Ar. tl m
one of bU arm dissent and stu ie t the : .: 7 10 Ar. t'buayo' Liuts.. Lv.Ar.. -
< < J'njo. I
a1-: ____... .. j
S" their efforts in public and private THC RUDDER PUBLISHING CO. ::: :: :: :::::: :
(. sensations. Then he bad the nerves \ channels with the result that the i MUHMV STNCIT Nt. Tom. u. &. A -..,..' UpI TTAr tindDu.ti, ('.Hi 1)-\100011 .. ._ 7 W a
united! and studied tbeiproccM 7 M a/I tLi.Yrn( ('. 1LA R-liutu .I... eaa
by ntltdiing t _
ranks of tie Durham berg :'::" : :::::: :::: : t
of recovery. The result wasthat I organization I I. S-.4 MaAaer..a'Outdl. Librsr.e C"I4J.'I",. 'J Rp.ttse .._..r. Up: Lv(5neiunati, e. il.ilJ.-Mi'rk.CVul......._.Ar 7 ao s
break. Thus deserted tile gangH's ._._ .. .1211.1r.. TolrJo 1.II.JrIL-Mirh.t' II Yp
be discovers
J two dUtlnrt sets invame demoralized: 1Il1"ir.- I 721.; \ C.II.\H-Yida..t.. .. .. .Lv... lOW p830m
of that the I -- -- -- -----
{ a sensory Dt'f"Mtl1l" convey ,;Iy Minvmlw May ::i> by counter j I ::1: 8S1) p, I.,. ('iiiduiiatl I'tun. Liuui'tna. ..........._.._._ _.... Ar .
; rnMtiotu{ of pain. heat and loll an.l uw'Uig the orders to. ob truct Mayor i 5M I'r rituturg. tides. ..._..... ...... Lv li tNo. >
,- ; the other the "nations of touch. The tl'o':1)er. 60 YEARS* ." _. 930 p'' Lv.wionatl" m'oo'r.---:- :- :- : ." 3Sa a

-= t : discovery also makes |>osaiMe the accurate EXPERIENCE -- 69a __ Ar.lrrtland.:. .__ Bl Four.So. -. Lv. g *) 9le __
The committee of nine decided to re i :::':': :': : :::':::::::: :
Kvil&uiou! of the wnsatlonn.Tb main in the I .. a34) pi' LV.I.ui"ton. Il,...... ........_ ........_ Ar U a
healing | owrr of the kin Is fouul tight withstanding! urbins 810 pAr. IAlliinille, 80. Ry..... .._.... ...... .. .. .. Lv. 1 7 W a

to ilrjK-ihl t' entirely nj> m tbe st of ;j;|i called on abdication the people and to !Mayor fizht' on\\Vam for the t 7Si: a,! Ar.KL.lints. ::::::_So_Ky.:...= :...:::.:.::.::, -:=.:... .Lv. 1014 t_

nerve that lmpm HI of pain. .. Ihod II-"Tt.t'- Florida. Triia.-fl
convey complete rrgvueraKaii c.f the rily iwvornaiHit. .N\ LiuiM. Uily Kulwi VtOitok --.h Itaymra
heat anti t'ud.! I (aebt-a and PIiIlIiJ&Q SI..fplllf ( Brtvrrn Jtk-utille sad lltviaiutl
v The injunction prti'eeil't.zeagainst --- -- ._, -.. --.-- -- -. _. ..
Tha Parsons Auietophon t..e abandoned. TRADE MARK :
mayor were 5 !. No. 13 11e'.re" Jukwarlil.snd lii>... Htj.Lv. S.. II i Se e
-j The Mt"ntiUcmt>rkan describe aa Tlie dcrndralizatLtu of the city ma Da1GNsCaPrattHTt -- _..- ---"'

Invention bye. A. 1'awou, Inventor chin wa expected to undcriiiitte the Ac.Anrose -. ..-. .- -745--v, Jj (k"raulw 7"1.. .. -... ...... .. ill If 1.--

of the steam turbine, and Horace Short entire headed uc_.n".!r.ia.our a ikttrk OHDK sad>H fnw tfoKrtpti-jd wt. arc mvqskntr ma __ H'r.. Atlanta. Ua., 8u liy .. ..-.... .. .. Lv. llft p.! .
< city organization by tar.ntktrtuprts&WypateatabS. ro.eiVAWS .. ... 115 m Ar. IGrni a h.w.\1a.. *<,..kJ.-- .. .... ... r.w. 3UPj ..
". for the puq o-e of enforcing the Senator Peurtwe. anti plans were JTfevted twwwkt'roxad.atliL, .... UTAdberkoaeaucte: .... .._ SOS j.' Ar. Mriupbu. Ttbo, .FrW '.U'" .. .. __ Lr tl lis't.
sound of a g unr.htne. Instead of !I! for givjug the Republican party sent r IH Utea UM ,easy For Mean*eeonn i raye1P'ftIIl..c !
the usual 'taj.hrajaa of clan or mien I:f Iof the KeyatuM Sate rebirth In tbelight -. W"h.urovck&share.. 18 tlu ':: :_'_ : _" .:. .:::::.: .:.::::; ._ fStn _'
13 an.lU-1'he Florida Umited. .
In the produrtr a small valve is eta- j! of real representative p<'vmi I Scientific American. daily.EICELLI.IT
tat!%IyU ('.%|{ tiKHVK: .
= ploy art i so a* to control to admission !!
of meet It was tttttrrally uiMierstoM thai .
'i A b.ank+aeiy Uu. tat.d W""f. largest ci,. J. C. Lt'hK.IH..rkt ...*..I.r ' U..| lUf titimt J.rk..,.'''...IU. .
NIU.t'elb.'d air into the trumpet tbe iu the c3 aKit cauij..I ign against tb<> caialapt. "r &1\' ..-->tlJc t<..rll.aL T.r.... It et !
".u ut twtttha,11 &o..n.II..t4M eUer% C.\CKF.KT.H.W. W.II.T"U.ot.o.1' .t.
air U'lrj IUI".1It'\l by a small pump or I't'nto:" "urhun ring iiiiuilciju I ownerliin
d U'llow & CO3tltrae/t' New York tt.ll.HAKIlUUK.r.T.M. IUWU"II U' A (i I' A.TIIJ .
lu the supporting p vle'lal. ,..wIlid ttt' tl.e leading is+ne.
BrucB OS F muKUMioa. I .&
OAc PU -
The valve ('\{\..IAts of a fine comb of \\ ll;
aluminium or maraallnm. This valve 1. tU.-y nMer M their former n... I: i

works automatically ID connection with tiou l>y h'O linj! the gas lease. white! The Motor

the nestle of the gramophone, thin 'rruml4 in tht galleries h<" t...l and Chamberlain'sCOLIC

aml.l tJlnl the original wave of &.>un.J. ; lUlo.1I"1. 1I4y.1t W.\t>T. with his

t In tbi way a irramottbnne U capable i ntuuiwL sat Li an antennm aud wn

of i>n\ut-icj st>ond that may be heanl ; "sipi.'te wat >r of tii* "itu tion. The CHOLERA AND

two or tnr... mi'en away, and amay ei.rwh i idi"ui"..3l of the loaHuti** dirwt f*. Diarrhea RemedyA
that Motes I
I* distinctly! tutderotoml at arOjara dhut .Saiylh and t'tf.h-ih and the af jh>ir.t

Acker, were duly approved. Besi itt... few doses of thU remedy will
-t hk.a Dlarrh.wuil Icvari .
Uy cure aa ordinary attack --- -- --
aU - -- -- -
ibis an oniiuaur wag brought In
p. sidere; .IM) evrrrd in ('ala dllr of diirrhe
irg lli.> Spin'tth ur how what this S: Axing the tax rate for the Ccal year It hJ been tur4 ia Dine epidemics It ktADth il.loutl fur flUcU'iiry and

:II di..aie is, and that ordtrary remrdtrc at fl-vti, aA Urvt<-f.>r.., latter the cf djKscUry with t- rfectsacce&s. lit rt'IIKtb.

have liUV morr edrt tl..u ra o.ochaur. mayor toi-k, the ftr-t flips toward regaining .
u Cuban dlarrUra is &"! 1\o.t as iv> (mnn>I i>f the gn work when It can always be df*&
tore and tUngrfoos u. milt attack of the pre-sets base expln in 15\.,;. Finally 1 upon, even in the more severe '=e it dotutMiilM good. -,

eholcr. Thtre b f>r. rrrnwiy hovrvcr. he made the t-w ant voutioa-! attacks of cramp colio ant ctc.1-;
It U iu
dr-nl .
that can: al.ajn bI drprn
te st ro by the (bik>.icf n>iti& .te from It U ecoally S3cr -! fal for manhIIJ.
*rve vithiMit "4ury a* an advUoryb
4t Mrs. Minnie JM3ofc, of Hou toa, Texas: i I summer diarrhea and cholera :
>) to U ('\lnJlultt'd i upon matter* ; mwin bOuaetblnr.
"I Un-by ctrtifv that DumWrUin'a Colif iafaaram in children, and is the
S :. ;' Cbo era and tHarrixw RrBirdv currd fioandal IrA e4itieaL 4 meant of saving the tires of&Aoy Send fur catalogue.

1;, : i lay ho bDj of a stt rc attack of fiiban Extra a..iM Dcfernd. I children: each year. ------ ,
t' t dunlora bkh b. bmagfcl home from I Wb a redocd with water ac4
la tt the bfSpeaker
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"ni i Oil* tit a h4 several doctors bat they rHl"oOUt' urgent request rwetteoed it la ple A4&t to Uks. Bridgeport Machine & Motor W
Cannon aad
a number of
i did him BO mod. OM boo2 ol Ibis remNY j Every man of a family shooU Bridgeport ,

oar Beigbbors will,.. prominrut puMIcaoa ta congress I keep this remedy In his home.

\ tify. 1 thaw tor so vaJo a U e a toedda Prc-.Uent 8.000Mf cadervtood ta Bay it now. It cay save lift Bfid!tpol. Con

Y ; > ." For sale by Bed Mass PUinstry. hart chaagcd tia mind abeot the Ua I Pun. sse: LuGI Sm. 5)c.E .

.. for eallilac aa extra weston 6f tte new r I F. N. HITCHCOCK it CO., Agents TitairUle, Florida.

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*:i;( x tiro model,.1.. bloyw...... it heUoJ la'.g'

front 'sad back O1'trWhldUt: fltts/1 a

'= ;; a tt prettily ,sfcaped tad cg_ MU .la posftiarm L _
4, : 'rF :the' theag:: buttonThe faetB. ________ ___,_ ____ _m_ _'_,_ n ,_,, ,_
,t; lost maeta atre, whoa* fufl.BSS. -.
-rt s Is taken'cp. to plaits that extend t* popoUtbn of 1 ,00J.W. This coojprUe meo and others woo calktd, Iioeket'el-

-. ? ., j.the' seek, t'dn. The tower trige of the $ thlrtyeTea'tribe and nationaltie !. ler'4 1100,000 gn tinte4 iaon yr {)f, '(

1}*ti: s. ,.J'pod r, ,.steve,OM la alas tooliow platted and Tf oos'4 Use model atrea is tot a HI I *., The total number of inhabitants l1a< Arthur says tl; it he. has tarestigatMl s
i'f .. fraben.ty SA oM waist fcr the ad41UoIItlt'Jt' I eUssmed u Ra!sUni is 83.933.MT.; Of carefully the transactions of Mr.

<> of a j ew sleeve. The skin Is ODe of tb. Japan's,Cr .t Naval Victory. I! these SO per cent of the male and & Rockefeller and the Standard Oil company

'y..J- i newest Chit aeaaoa. It.. la four gore Shortly after 0000 oo May 27 Japa-I per rent of the females can read and which have been most criticised

,i"}* ff ; coaatn stile and ct oa.b 'It sueedirgr'has btu some atop itmt to rtncswe Its' &CM scooting result sighted the omFOREIGN !1'; write. The population! Is made up of and be has come to the warhulon that

Iit $ I.J Kad four care ,sbirta' but ,tbey are bind Itu* iaa fleets under Admiral .:57,000,000 peasants. 14.000,000; honed they are 1a *ordnce whit the hjgo- ,

. r. coalB.sta again, tsr-tbei give the fuH- P.oJffinnakl melting in double column ][r tar) noblemen. 1.::x,000 personal noblemen rot standard of commerical morality. .

;- JM;; ness requtna by the protest modes wtti- rapidly Into the ttratt which separates 63X110 ecclesiastics. 34i227merchants Mr. Rockefeller 1s praised for baring
," out cutting ones .
up material ao ,
; }
Tj"lfjl' She aew four gore'skm boa a box plait Korea and Japan. The nets was passed '( and :S1.1 iI foreigners bruit up a great tmsme through or p

down the center back This plait U a part at once by wireless tBttsag to Admtral j'I Norway's Cabinet Out ganhlng for the Wueflt of producers

i of the back core sod simply mews the Togo who had been waiting at consumers and lalwrers and thtouhth
,Y When Oscar of Norway
on Maya King
brtBtlcg of perforation
: together to form
the northero end of the strait behind discovery of ImproveuivnU sod toeconomea
UM and Sweden the
"i-7f, plait ao one can eee now moth euier presided over
!- !- : c : it i* to handle than an applied plait. The Ten bland. The Japanese admiral slg. 'wrjcian parliament after several Finally Dr. MacArthur derlires -

'-V(1ff ... : side gore it fitted fey a dart and Ow lower haled) hla sect: tO' sare the empire ando "..oullu of regency under the crown that Hockefeller'a wealth to ,
::.. .; a.' portion falls In very araeerol IbtML. For : do their utmost" and then led the prince the question of separate con much overestimated, that be 1s not
-f : ? a model that Is worthy of the attsatlon
M r-- : of the home dressmaker Ibis la to be com ".110to the eastern channel and took *uU came, Itoth boo,," of the Norwegian worth a billion and that la the past ,

':)' {;<" } : mended. It I* equally good tooklag fasb petition right acrtwa the path of th.I I parliament have voted for the year be has given twice the increase

?ca 3'l I toptd of cloth of lines or any wash roaUrlaL oncoming armada of the enemy The proposition.Vheo l tbe king rehwed tiJ of his wealth to cturltie e
s t Quite a pretty Idea would be to
's '
''' Rtualana fired
f$ : s pipe the edges of the fancy facing with 11 give his signature to the propoMtl establishment

...,: X ,I cootrastlnc color, whether tbe ,,... be i the first shot of a Norwegian consulate I MISCELLANEOUSMrs. I
'f 1ifiY. made of brown casbaMro with cream or It did no \'ltAII I I the member of the'coup 4t idluiediate-
,_ white satin blue Uaea with
<- plplno or and
j! ly resigned The consular act will\ be-
white pipings Sims No. (21 >U to U
'" Inches bust measure; No CSB, m to >> waa answered 'come: law with or without the king'si Rogers Again Reprieved.

'f", Inches waist measure. a lij a broadside i nlgniiare, when it P passed by the |>ar- tiovernor Hell of Vermont again has ;

DIRECTIONS FOR ORDERING 01 from Togo' llatneut.twk-e more.LEGALCRIMINAL. reprieved the death sentence of Mrs s1

tend<8 cents to this office, flit numbers of theta pattern. No. 131 sad CW. and battleships; and Mary Rogers fur three weeks to enable

i "_ .tats sixes desired. They will then be sent to you by man postpaid Or either of the cruisers, which her attorneys to apply to the United

-_ patterns will be seat for 10 cents. De sure to write ,,.'.... sad always fHe fell ad4rsss. were spread I I States supreme court for a writ of

'2/': .. Several days must be. allowed for delivery. of palttrn.i out fan hape ewer Should this action be granted '
""h+'' "
{jft.:"!{ across thecbau- Weightman Will Contest Begun. It"Dtf'Ut"t"VOl be suspended until the

7W :' < nfO!. The longer The fight for the .,illtUU\ fortune supreme court decide the case. This

=. The name "Simplex" t f rang of the left by William \Ycigbtuin U-gan In action; was taken after Chief Judge

>:;: Japanese guns Philadelphia's orphan court June 1. Powell of the Vermont supreme court '

#Il.vt. IMPLEX has been repeatedly the greater accuracy ;on pot It Ion of Martha ft. Weightiuan lad refuel to grant a writ of error 1!

of the that the will be taken from tbe register Accidents.A.
t piio complimented as very -_...-.wt."PII- superior KUunnun,)ma-the I I of wills and bmught into the court. A <- cruiser brought to Sydney,

Martha Weightman U one of the Nova Scot ". > to
Admiral Toga May news of the
ft. g' appropriate. The Simplex neuverlngof : granddaughter and a daughter ofMrs. wreck of tin French fishing schooner $ }
> ship soon told the story of a great trl- a
Jones WI tt'f. )Ir'!'. Wlater expects Cousins lieuuls. Ehe carried ISO men. e
> is in umld for Togo and a correspondingly
::2 simple every terrible defeat for Hojestreiuky. Within to prove that her father promised Twenty-eight men were buried by a

to give each of his son's children cave-hi of debris at the entrance of
t and Its an boor or ao the Russian line was
way partioular. hopelessly confused several shIps be- $ .(uUMXX The pt'tlUonVII granted the iunnkon tunnel near Montroe, tt'Colo

and this sets aide the probate of the ., May 30. Tapping on the sir
i' ,; mechanism is simple. Ing put out of action and all surrounded -
;_ t by the Japanese, who then will pipe told tbt reaculng party that the -

.. It does not shortened thf'lr' range. Gradually the Theater Managers Held. luiprUonid men were still aU,.. After r l
r .t easily get hours' I
( work
fifty-four the last of the
r :, ItnMlan ships were preMe.oJ toward the Twenty-four members of the Theatrical -

,. b. out of order or need re Japanese snore until nightfall, when a 11all"g r'"' aattocUitlou of New imprisoned men was reached. Six of
the '
,;.. <" cloud of torpedo boats and destroyers York were held, June 1, for trial on went-eight were dead. The tunnel -

r e< pair. If it should, by any mischance, it is went forward to launch their deadly the charge of criminal conspiracy In fur 1* tang. built by tbe government

: self altering ml*.Ue.. agreeing to bar Jo me* 8. Metcalfe.critic Irrigation purposes.
1tT easily fixed. The Simplex fully warranted : Six of the eight |tas lan ships were of life, from the fortywventheater lite floods in the Rio Orsnde' up to es

y, sunk, including the'A41mlrlll'. flagship, :! mntrolled by the a...mlatlou.In June : were believed to have caused iF
and is ornament home. the KM of ICO lives and *1ooo. For
tc an to any the Prince Suvaroff. and the other two i maklug this. decision Magi"trete + t

; captured In the course of the running i Poole said be was of the opinion that a distance of eighty miles the river had st"

t da1d By tight that extended" oier Into the next the theater is a <;uul public place and cut its course from the original channel

I& -' lay. All of the crnlmrs but one weredestroyed. consequently that a pt'flk\Q holding and wiped out several towns. ,I

Next day Admiral Rojeatreusky i tickets could not Iw denied aduiiwlon:

r INDIAN RIVER HDSICTITUSVILLE. HOUSE was captumlII'bUe be was on the ground that be had written [ INDUSTRIAL I

trylug to escape on a destroyer. He criticism reflecting ou one or more

was seriously wounded in tbe skulL 1nf'1D1K if the association.

Admiral NetogatofT, in command of Valid. Lewis an* Clark fair Op.,..
Franchise Tax Law
: ; fire Rnaslan ships was surrounded.and The The Lewis and Clark exposition was
court hu11t'l'Itt..t
The supreme
: : :: .' tour of the ship made no resistance. formally opened at Portland. Or*,
.- .. unanimously that the lpP'blrraucbll
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( -: Later report claim that this tax law of New York for June 1, and the day 'u a legal holiday

: wa due to the mutiny of the crew wbkh Theodore Roooevelt workedwhen throughout Oregon, Washing{ i
rI ;:. I Rough estltuatfs place" the Rulan be wa governor of the state and Idaho. By touching an electric

>' ; I i iI hates at shout ..(
? ':; i about S.COO prisoner Only two small i President\ Roosevelt set the
: lion. ,'rral"WIt have come up from machinery
: ,
of the entire Hu Hlau fleet reached
abillS -
tbe state supreme court of appeals In motion. Vice Prenidtnt o
:; { -ladlY'CMltc.k. The pecuniary bt brought by street railway and gas corporations Fairbanks and a number of congressmen -
than Rear Ad.
was more T5tOirt
fL and state
court took hi
: y of New York city. The governors part
mini "lW'ltf'I'UID, who commanded the
L\ said It was presumed that all property the opening ceremonies: and reviewedthe
.. Russian dlvUU.n! killed
: f battleship was
.'j",, within the city was subject to taxation parade. The kejnvte of )Ir. Fairbanks
/: ; -' : by the first Japanese shell firrd. and that no contract l'OuJ destroy this speech wa the necessity! of
: Togo oo the other hand, reported -
c- presumption by inference, as nothing getting awl keeping our bold on orknsal
a lose of only three torpedo Implication In public grants. trade. Ice! esixwitlon mark tb*
y I l.oats of his whole fleet and about tilt) pawe by
) 81no this law ba* been In operation feat of exploration a century sg>.
< \ men killed and wounded. over f24.MO.CWO: of unpaid lairs have : which opened the Pacific aWl'. of the d
; : The mOAt surprising thing about the
&! TY j accumulated, pending tbe decision! of northwest American vettlement.
battle Itself was tbe insignificant UMHty
:), the highest court.Corkmahers i Wabash Line to New Yerk.
[ $ the Japanese feet This heighten
: Acquitted. I It was announced at IMtt.burg that
;, :- the joy of th<> victorious nation and '
",.,"\.i.. ; !<><.,i< : tnten.Ifle the dUQcn'tles of the cur's The four members of the Nonpareil I (',surge
'.'1!.:'1-:-"' .' '% ) ) government The summoning of a national Cork works of ('.mtl n. N. J.. who gist control of a new route for the

ii/ : : v. luutembly by the czar was expected there accused of conspiracy againstthe : I \Vabsiidi direct through central Pmn

dally federal government f.)r piaclci; rivania to New York. Ihi tins UexiTt

Iron bars in cork life! prrwrrff were I .<.d to hate tar lowest gradocrossing
: King Alfonso In Paris.
; ray j ii ac-iultted at Trenton by order of Judge of the ADrgiimy mountains
I King Alfonso of Fpaln arrived at I
;: -" Lannlnc on the ground that B<) case Ii i Peat at Railroad Fuel.Entfn .
Part May 80 and was melted by
(: ? had been made out agtibat them
1f __ President Loubet and members of the I +fTs of thletter.. Northwwl

;.'.'- ',1>-: ,- ', cabinet As the king and hU I era and .'arilrailroad Lave Ul rivr-
a;; young
!ii.".;, 'r. '. ''. hat President Loubet. were kiting !\ RELIGIOUS I I nl th>iu,4tMi* of acre of peat akMig aI

the opera In a carriage along the Roe I the rout of the ce* liw nose To

de Rlroll on Jane 1 a bomb exploded lath I i las'I. .\ gravies has !.w'U ad< >te>l by
Bible in Public S hul.. .
wf wlixti the lie
street directly where they were to mNbt lost csa era
pass A horse was killed and several On the ground ma&ij that the Bible nill with 4 d> wkl a* U burn tri-

guardsmen were wou&ded. The tomb Is not of Itself I a sectarian Uk and \ tot than anthr Ht.> coal. This i* tsI'ectni ,

jjFARIANDORGA I ) thrown was promptly arrested but f that Us me des wt make a dMol- I to I* t Mvlfag to the Moffatt

( SY refused to give his nave lie wu boast a ply.-a &f worhi! the Kfectuckr : nxi-l) ctrl attract minI new bxluitrire "

,; dreaded a* a workman and appeared tot court of BI'jiU hat armed lie drcliioa !, to that region
of the ircoa court In the case of
Y ..--f about ttr.nt11esrs old. I Jp n". In Tuu.TL4P
Gourd of
: Thomas llackft aga.a the
::;"'t- Latest C. *ut of Ruwla. i .\Itomra.. r()n_al at Tan sol.tte .
Brooksvsli graJelscLor
wlacatlon of the I
(; The state department his rooeived an Formosa bf-tlf..t state drpartwe et
>L Mr. Hacket. wfc, It a PunanCathoic *
omd nlu.of Russia : that Ja14 .e UI"1f"J"*fI are cutytii
w << sbowt&g aIt .
: de lf
sod RLose rise>dren attct> > .
': For sale by the the sdvrrtlsrmei't fit a Japan... pro
... .ti ofel, t# proctliag 11prevent i .
-. tie .
pabUc 5a
:<:;: Uk! ...S Jr.".$. f motor wi-, 1* goittf ti ritsblisb a big
the readies ..f the 1\11'1' James: h-
1 Y.>a wish an atJ rod gtit "a.I. agricultural caiu&j of Jam tu the
INDIAN RIVER Nanthfr biil: i* half s) sled I| version of tie h'ostand: the sls(aj 0: '' #
I AinTtr elate of Texas- Tt.J'rorbOt.
", ,'-', ', \I\o\\"iu', little Evl Ii eti : roi anti (.uy.', In the i-oPllIlI sere ,
<< ., '!: er. whose awn I* KiiUdbaru %aba.
The fanmi IJtti Etrir Risers cure'post'itetioso let of the *:Lo4 The mart cucteLd ;
';' : bot' U gjfcg to Mart with *..I'tt ..
sick hn iarhr. tIH ii.asnu says
L': s, otterviM that u'> til-dive were re- :
s : :, MUSIC HOUSE bat I IJ.UJfi arms of grails land la Texs
eW They pe"r gn\* or uckrn. impart i mire to atirti-i &**? *1Ht' ,," pt ta'
",:" '. ''.' Hrt1 litiag enerycfi rssl M tills, He tti&X the Jspane ran uo-r+d
M1 ..: .11 lu. B,J. M.1On' L.Fsv.rite. Uke part la ssm .
> trout ta America only It gricnUnr 11
rt{ .. .f TITUSVILLE, FLA. rod. Mj<:'.S.. stew t.I'kinJI Wm'. A K.>+ R ek ftiir Chempieti, fi
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y""'", ', little Ertv Rumda the ork. AUotUr 1 In t b* rurrrut Dwebrr of tt* BiptUtM .
"; ...:'s..;'' ?" '' '' pill I hare ami gripe &,..1 rakeiVWttl's EUinun Uff. IT. I:* >rrt Stewart If JOlt wants pretty fa* a&tlrheet J..rl'tot ; -" f
'1{". air,
'; tr+c ekb. LittV Eariv H.rrtl 1ht''rtLar of tU New York Qty "
Irisy steel lovely t w, ,
WT n-twi
-i ismught" < tooghi TUy
!! i Calcsry u."wtJt roak** a warn .
arpwfcrt..*' S4dhy Red Crw i hst- I W"-iI; trip ar.s lb. *s. t'

li\ man, Ew Oallie Phareutcy and Chas. I Ieict r tJ .s..m._ h t4ck.frlrr aDd I Put year kith in P.oeky Mooatainls-s. e

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-" '._ THE FLORIDA STAR flwfr JID-r: l' 1905it

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FLORID" : BTAi etjr la, the fir; >and, T* berets thtwrfoloootroi e 50 Members of Congress Send Letters of Endorsement

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_.. :""O .. ,;;;;:t':;; .will -.wylD atieettittt -I

r ,.;ir'" .O,}..'",i 7 g?"";..s eaeditttapali/ietit9'N"pe/0atl' 1 eltl/tautttlatlq- +IatllleU s'_ iitg; dty- -.Jbf--... :tbfi UwwwrFan iota .oalreraty.EIDI5TiUCTI To the Inventor.. of the Great Catarrh Remedy, Pe-ru-na.

.. ells L ....: .a.....M thtIli---. > 0 THX COUHTT.
., ,," ,,,,,,,,,. Gariessaaaa" LMW... O Carella 1 3aaanrfladleafSauLbCar.lbs., twlaar attfsi.trf
-'- '. lJVlLf DI)COlt' ] TODAY G. G .Die. F5a., Jose 14, \V&. Write: "My secretary bad M bad &i Ug.S.nata.M..Datler writest t."I. Write from Bancroft Va.t "MytUter*

,, -'-"i. : -'PI'IO.e1" hers, 1I17JIa Editor cfTa. FLOWDA 531=. ease'of catarrh as I ever saw,and since can recommend Pwran for dy pep la IAl.. baa teen acing SVnaa for about
':...-'. ':>.:;.;- ..,1.aonaa.. I oadenund that the board of countycommwioom b*. has taken one bottle of Perona beseems lad stomach troabl*.""-M.: C. Batter, oa* week for catarrh of tft. throat ismanite.tly

._ .. at their meeting on JOB like a diCerent man.-romnwt Edgfeld 8.C.C.ejveuwa.. impnTtdw--C. Mbam.Ctsgrtumt .
: .'c it''At Jtot* tint***!.** ".
""" Jf."r-r--- Z.Uaaey,Taylorsville,X( .&ugihf.of laeuu+. {
: w "J" 2&11. will decide u to how the coa.ntythaD : *....e/Alitesta. _
<.., be -d1a&.cted. Ceagreu.w pyres "w La.krrer. Say: "From what my friend4 sty IV '
;r iii mast tie eliirly u4........thai.dihu "Write:. **I (eoiwientioasiy recommend runs U a good tonne and a safe catarrh writes: "1 cheerfully rtcommend Ferana .
tiff .: $ '- .T.. STAB its .dits* ia wyomiNa for I am adrieed that in making the new catarrh
.<..* r.- MT your Peruaa,1 11. W.- Ogden eure. -F..V,Broobhtrf.'ra..fofdnlUt, u Tery good remedy ant a
..' ,,,-A"-. .,...... ap, H 11 .J carrwpmdsata.- distrirta the law reqdrr that each ahall Centos. La.c..f"UI8M. lad. lood, .ubiluti&1 toaie."--JohB L Bar

: i 'One-of the icemtly 'enactedwilibeqnlcklypotwthatrtt. dale taws have approximately the same population.! M5.Jr1fn.Wiaolr.. Cauieumu D.'Jarr e1 Waif 1bb, nett, Oadldea,Ala I ,

:' bue- It baa been engKWtsd that one district Write*from Uurpfarsboro, ILL: "I bare {Write from Wheeling, \\\ V*.; I join C.agnasar.a ..,u.eft...... -,;.
: : The be made of Memtt'a island and the taken one bottle rf peruaa for my u. with my colleagues in the House of Represe&tatire 'J!

.. -.o> bH 'fcasociaUoo U prepared to fight that peninsula from Canaveral to the mouth Urrh and I fat very mdeh benefited." la mm.ndlDI10llr ez' Wri&tct from Hoi ton, Ka,: -rVruaakasta ,
t!<;,...r- Geo. W.Smith. relleot l'tmedr.B.l\>flUltf. lima alma t complete rviWf trend
Uvia the cooed It of Uw Banana river, and that the county .
U&Ddat gtm catarrh of the stomach sad va.tip :
be 6s al irsuar,
on the west aide of Indian river divided Qmatgreraaul.rt1wa our M ':
"" ''< 11 the cotmnau of opinion "DeralloI into> roar district Sayst "I have used several bottles of Writes from Hohon,Etta.:"I have taken Uoa< -J. (). Botkln. ,

-'e :i r those > Ue to bftl lOre that,. the new Uwj The commissioner from Merritt's Peruna and fuel greatly benefited thereby two bottle of Peruna and find it to ban C'fI'&U 1I.\etU Car. uk "z

from ratmh of the bead.- excellent remedy for cold and throat
anconstUntbntlWashinjrtoa island, I am told,- object because it de- ray Writes fromTarboro, S.('.: "I a.d IV
<: ... .. LUrid MwkUoa, Napoleon,O.CMJTCSSOM trouble*-Cane Bnderlck.Writes .
"'" .
; --- privea bra district from its share of the runa to be an exrrileat I'Y. .., far the
; city hu been selected by from the railroad and t7.aaeaattar Mtumnitf, ;..,,....... t.... eI 06_ grip and catarrh. I have rued It (a tatEmily.
revenue Write front Owatowna,3lInn.: "Your : wl only used Peruna for a short ."-O.II. White.
r Russia aDd Japes AI the place for peace taxes. It has been congested, however, l':runs has 1.Jet1l.Uit'.
3 DegOti& ODI. It WM natural that Japan that thia objection _can be overcome by friends not eoy a* cure for catarrh but ."-S. 9. Yoder, Lima,o. CMlrnt.aU "met' ..... rare.

ahould object to Paris u France U hey dividing the revenue thus obtained equal also 8$ &u admirable toile for physic C.agreumra Jtad.a.lPbaarrl.aaJm1Writes la a letter from Oimmia N. \\ MJS

ly among the five districts. rn urn ratl: .,)u"CuSnfwa from Cbam r.burir. 1'..: **i "1 am fully convinced that lw-.aa" all

4 friend and ally} of Rowi The Parisian Believing that the board of county: commend PerunaasasuUUatUl tonic." you claim for if-lutkl F. WNtee.C.agniuaaa .

prejudice against Japan would militate commissioners would like to know the Writes *'BekliM being one of the very -Thad M. )Mahon D...-.. .,O .,
be att tonic Peruna i.. substantial
_ against that cooni,)'_ Intererta to a great- feeling of the citizens on this ot>jct, I catarrh remedy.'-Phil a good. B., Thompson. ".._....."'+''.' Writes from J* "WI1O.: "I .....1IW4aII

: w er or lets dtcree.Vuht atOD was preferred would snpgest that the people interested Stutter nant" ./AMwi*. TrT -'J IVruna ta anyone in n","\l ot. aa ta'ig"rating >

1 e write or see the members of the boanl inregard Ult.-Inio.. DuBf %.
of Writes
from Neb. MVruna
over,the famous city U'gG& Omaha :
s a -- to the matter entirely relieved me of a very irritating CMITTMAMI BUrh** tratt CsKlbrcia.Vrlt. cp:

It U stated that the etate millago tot For myself I am in favor of the plan cou h."Aj. M.Thurstoa. | I \ .-s front Santa! lW.a, Cat.1 NimsJi

1905 and 1906 will be higher than ,ever outlined above, for this reason: Those Co ..lI"fPfU8t0rCb1.:1M lr.m Mach. I..I your IVruna and can ch*.. NU, rwran-
living on the west side are anxious Write: *' 1 hate taken oue bottle of > "zgm I mend it."-J. A. lUrhaui.
a before., There will be the 4 mill pension to ire the hard road completed throughthe rerun and auJ it has benefited the 1m- 1 ,. SS Y?

; tax, l 1.2 mill general revenue 1-tuill county and generally are in favor of meD IJ'.*'-H. <;Worthlngton. S Sntu fCct I 1 CUirtu.aa..... free M4.a4
W"ngfiU' Writes "'' sbwukt U U
school! tax, 1-2 mill health tax, besides a special tax for the purpo e. lTfu 8eibtJ from Alibima, aerlbuu.rb.U.John
Writes t' I. D4e..e
; "Your t' tt
T Those living on the east side, or at t .
another item that will 8
# ort o mean medicines I ever tried."-J. II. JUnk- vlISt i
lulU'frute A. .
least of them object to raying.a 1.1. aeeat
many t
mills. Here is another fact that aTlt1t'1 bfad.l'syette.AU. |
special tax to build this road and it U not { CpltuUtWidiluglou, 1).c. i J 111'ritc.! ; Peruna is cortUaly a sw. for
'i for Melons of the 1egi.latareeiery four Coagreun.aa P .m Kura t erooa" : .
that should. Hece if eaarrlr.J. T..flltr.
etrange they a
Write from Morrlmlle Vt.: -I can : 4 ... .. ... .._.....: I
IT yean, Florida legUIatnn are getting to district is made of Merritta hand, the recommend IVruna M an .at't'Hl'nt -- I Other lunwU-M .fdorse Cbearo.a .. ...

be too expensive for the people.Wednesday people there will not le required to pay family temrdy.--h1.llrnrv Power I' C05rmJGNr.Sfarkoua tl I'lofiia I''runsare.

.. this special tax. Yours truly, SeaMtr SuUitta Ima tilssbtlppl. lVriteatrouiTumpaI'Iurlda: "1 can in- Ex: -U. S. Senator !f. P. Rk e. .1011.. .

of this week, Jane lath, G. F. 1'-'lDOOX. WriU-8 from Oxford, .)11>>15.: "I take I l\orw Peruna a< a first rate tonic and avery horns

e- was Flag Day the 128th anniversary of --- pleasure in onuoeiullup ; your jjresl I effective cure for catarrh.S. M. Cwgressaran Frr eL S. C'ooJrfcA. of
CHILDREN'S DAY EXEKCISES. tl tioualcatartltcurv, Perunaaalhebe.t Sparkmiu.WriU: fkrw

the enactment by congress that the An event long to be remembered was I hUttevtr tried.-. V. Sullivan. zm8m H.,..,...... Cun.rrsamaa harry SUn,",, .l

American flag should consist of 13 stripes Caamr tmaa Sao.erotM&higca. ": "I have u*.' l one i..ttle of Pe
North Carullaa.Ea.Conyrcssnun.
the Children' Day rimi**?, held in thts
'' Writer from I'.ru&tiu, )[kh. "I hare runa for la$,,itnde. I retvmm ud it."-
alternate red and white, and a onion of public hall at City Point Union Sunday L. P. Fttb ntvntol
tCillialtrewer .
found IVruna a very efficient and speedy Itsyuc.villeI
'r 13 white stare! in a blue field later con school at 3 I" m. June llth. Tho ball for and '. icsuateat, 7ft 4*.
remedy a n'rsisUnt annoying L S. Sector Our 01 I." .
grew ordered altar should be added for was beautifully decorated with fl">werg by oough."-II. O. Shaver. Wrltc.l fu-in lUuli'i>;ton, U.; "l' rlu" Conin"maa J. //. lluUoi, ./ Wett

i each new slate admitted. There are now the willing and sympathetic hand ollhelltlil's Sam.; w.NcEaery.I ", I can recommend to all as a very gta.t Virginia.
assisted by Mr. Porter Nichols 11'ritei: "t'erunaL.u.').>*tlK>nt tunic.. tonic."-John II. (;t"&r. CmgNSm It. L al"auN, of .lirrilCarolina.
40 in the field and within
,stare another The children, under the guidance of their I haver anal it euiliciently 10 Fay that COt!rv"um C,,!>?nc. 9! Ttiat.Writes .

year the number Kill be increased! by the most efficient and painstaking superintendent hel>ev'' it to toe al! that you claim fur it." : "I can rt'l'vt'UUt'lhlrun.. atone Co .:umll" Wa.ts.ars

admiwion of existing territories into the Mrs. Mary: 1:. Bailey went -S. D. Mclneryew Otli-iin, IJL. of the very h..*i of h'nk.-I>. It. ol \orti Garvtna.Congressman .

sisterhood of elates. through their lines in tuch commendable Crawakw.l raarsaoe. Culberaon, Jefrer.on Texas Turati of Art* t ark.

way that all uuitedlu decUriiig the occasion Writes: "I have taken three little of C4ntreumaa Ln-laptOll Ireut (Oserfa Conzrtuma Culberaon. .. Teat
J reruns and feel haflctted that 1 am now Writes: "I take pleasure In joining lib Conxrwman Nuns. of Ttaitt
Tile New York court of appeals has re- a euaxa and one to be protracted **.
almost if nut permanently cured of ctirrh *- (;t'n Wheeler, UongrenJUiiia Brewer
CoazreS-UrJlJ FltllMlrld, from A'rtutky ...
: fuletl a stay of execution in the caw of long in pleasant' memories The auto,-u of the itom ."-W. I'. Brown- and others in recommending Pvruna as .
and maUitename of the City Point Union eicrllent tonic and catarrh .
low, Jonesboro, Tenn.Stnutor an cure. -
Albert T, Patrick the Xew York lawyer
Sunday a-hooi U due largely to the untiring AUllory of Fkra.t I. I. LivinsU, Kings, (la.Coafnsma Congressman Purman, man FlvrU
convicted of the murder of William Coagre&nun tlailctoa, Il'taauha.
efforts of Mra. ;
Bailey, or \un Write( from 1\' jaiVla. } a.: "I have Clara fil KUvxiri,

L : Marsh Rice, an aj.tsl millionaire, fur the Mary) 18It frivtuUwho know her bee t Ui dyourexcelientrtmedyPerunsand Hays: "1 can reeo:uUlt jour I't'run a Congnsiman Ifartlnc, front \nH.t.U. .

purpueA of securing pownTwion of his sffectionately call! her. May she I be given bare recommended it both si a tunic! and u a good, sutetantl&J tonic and m c>u.o| S. Senator Call ol HarriF'ir .. ,;

health and strength to continue her Ulr a ute raUrrh remedy"-Stejila'u K. the beet remeclie .tor cauirtial troubles.Jolm ." (r'-t' tx-'k addr-.. tho l"'au
Mate, Patrick i-a/e affords dtriking t./altvrv. U.l larL ) uta"
HS fUlll'rinleudt'nt| of this school is the!
: illustration d tilt! law's delays. The Ricer
sincere w'uhof all. ,
Time hirer Mir.
: tragedy occurreil more than five JAS. PR1TGUARD & SON
yearag ----- The NIKis uuliju among great The Alpine Cottage

'\ and Patrick wait first convicted morethan Weekly W *Uier Keport. river In that it U largest toward its ,

it.:- c- o four years ",'0 and wnteiKtjJ to u.a.DrrakTYZtorla& $)uree. Hut this is due to the fact TITUSVILLE, FLA., ruder the nianaxeHM-ut lit )&... Irak

_ BCttAU.JiTtfEK : that it traverses a dwtert region beneath Men, ai.i.lwi t>y F A I***.r,
death. Since tint lim Patrick and his Ft*.. June 13. l15. a i.t'1l1Itropkul! sun and that ,

r' counsel have era*!led through knotholes Uomp&th" kUtewent of temperate on -third of its volume below the first TITUSVILLE, FLA. J:
Iud rainfall foe 1htt week ending Tuesday, cataract U diverted from its channel
t in the laws like rAt$. Juuw 13. Itott
? .... 3H145 1911$ for i>urKes of Irrigation and domestic Daily or Weekly Board.

tVhatamoUntt1 iiulcn.nity Japan f isyoir.g Juke.. -, M a 9t 70 t House Newly Furnished. >
':. r a. S7 1u 85 73 OF Onto, CITY or
to demand f Ruaais
M m is i IK.( .. Tout.o.l...
t;, 9. tS 74 M 11 LUCAS ICSTV Everything 'int Class.
r-:.:. kttown, but the opinion at !Paris U the' *..* IV. '>> 7-t 4 73 FEVSK. J. CHESIY make oath that he u
:" IL si 75 '3 73 thp kenior partner of Ike firm of F. J. (')fUIY
F': it will not be km tliau $ti.Oc.1, ) nor 12. so lit S3 7: .t tar, doing l.Qbiiiets ID the city of Toledo,
.* Location. Hopkins kr""t, aMJ....
13 85 69 1)'i 73 oouuty and state afurrsaiJ. and that eaU firm
: wore than fl ( .. ((\ .
( K.
\ aU wia
& will
Total ni (..tJ for th .f tk. OS in. will pay the lOW of One Hundred Ik.lUr for -
;, not want ttl'Ultnh to the laui.i.'iation of 1 p&11Urt raiof.Uur the week minus 1.5* ech and every rase of catArrh that caomtt be
iurhr. cunsl l.y tb u.euf Il4lL'BCTARBHCfbC
:. ring up any territory, and, hewv, the lVrtureraiaCill since Jan Ut.l''Oj: wiuusH. FRANK J. CIIKXEYSaoru ROBBINS
SO isrhta to before roe ant ralaibrd io my
tuuet t'l11t-\1 to ply alargtr l indemnity P. ilaruI {>r 1 '!ice. this titb da'yufllt.nrntoer. IvAI &
on that arcounU Sinete aha I li.. neverairftw Officul la (' _arge. I 1
salt. } A. W. OLEASOX.!
n leniency to a U . We invite attention to
.::. s na. >n why Japan Ihoul.lle IVWitt'sWitch Hsu 1 Bathe penetrsli s Hall's (aUrrh. Care U taken ieterually! and. your (incorporated Paid of C.*iUl t.01100.)

:; lenient OKI |-iridf tin, kin, eras br it* .lIt ....p- i-U dir ttly on the bkmi and uucuoi wrfaof the following doM' priced on ourl.olmlar
t<> Il'r JaJ vg; fr.>m the |wst, eta the *jptnt. Send for U-t-'IItilOOr.ial rnc. Tbueoiaiiany owes (......
tIC mlhft-rirnt and hea'iitg ii.fliieiio- FJ.. CHENEY 4 W>.. Twl aoOb .
<< in th. IiflMQ Ulfe"'uee-
; if ehr bad fresh ab'e .. ,
e to make *\ in r -ub .. _u_ try on the Ht Lncte hirer,
'vita, l-iui. realer tint i.rm ai>d all
. bvuift that kite * i on
.kin diH>4'*-*. \ i-rm-ific for Mind 101.1'11. know a, the 1'rincf" and the !i
f t a peace in Tokio within a short! tirntt.ftt r nig rims: The -ruiiif U'm-h t1Rr.1atrr I I rayne IayI1'UICES'$0
tiq III lred. by K. ('. ih \\ sit .4 (' I"0. K. :"
0. tjuer-it
the tn'inninjt i ,.ft.... t'.rnlltCv.; Eau (their II I I : SilT Tilt: Tl1n w.

a w,mld have deuandt I'harme. aul i n.t'. t' !
r au iii-lrnmHy tl.atwould j .n ptr.l 7-15: Prince Store : .00 ; send for lard

I Live mortg.igvd) Jain'for moor.". 1 be *(... It..... : !11.00 OrricasAT f

more than rrurrattun.1i The aK# rnxr is dlnVuil to pna. TITUSVILLE nil HUM.

S rte fro'H (cutiiujt. but If plet-n of tit 0. K. Queen Sto.tSM 11.00

If ldwria) .pft'ol'tOM(tier FhnJprre nx>u are ttt iu Ictifths and Daniel, ore et ,. I TXX33HASBROUCK .
with the VM 11.00 l
ten jl-.t the surface, lu
: > are any ctiterkm of the rtnMoof
= the sprlDif they will make youngplants. *. .*
.S S : the |vpkr, i
I S Nsa
-: for the loc+tioa! (of the sate nniver: ity as ----- j MOTOR:
Illustrated cIrcular
JatiMr. tth.t Eeerye.eheels Ir.. gUlng fullparticular
provided fur it the Bat kinn educationalbill. 1 : J T. lUrber. of Ir.intitk>; fa. HTAUT! ...\! IKK. P.I Si: HTKlMfcK. I
i' O&iueaviib !. on application to : till ErIE: ITKP.: EKFUIESCT
has in Lr fA!>.;>r tt e ar ar krepn a bmtV of Charro> -rlain':

rtK.t astral and rust aoreMJMe ircaiion Ie1Lrl'ert tithe hand,and Cho'eni avid her IMarrivva initatt n.(IVnxij. Attacks at JAS. PUITfll.UU.SOS: : :: i I I and aid LESS GASOLINE per bompwtr

moral atmosphere, aver y iiI ""ie. ciioVra nrbu* an Tituitille Florida We Jt.flOr.-&rate tbk.i .
on +a) suddenly that there is no U a noteity.! The the enUiuajo ,
r Locality, a pntiW that an! time bans __ Cruwrtcial i .i& rs 8 to 300 bone
t > .btinr
< or go la the store: the larger the number of brashes in ate. H tam
rpeclai Light& High! _
Sj** united and medicine.
v dtr)4y imbueUn all )Ir. Barter
edru4 Pan: "I hare Jinking by the demand here our cnato-
J. "J w 2: bone
tiaaa nutters, ready ta onVr all rear trini DurrhMeft Ctiamtwlam's Colic Cliolera and men .....* reached a high stale of refinement L. MOBLEY I pua.t.
fienr.Iy, chichi*one of the E-.erv day we sell more and more W.
abe: i&diKvme&is Fur the university best! medicine ever .**. 1 keep a M.I of there ucrllt-Lt TITV-SV1LLE, FLA., Benj. Jerome
of it in room ...1 have bad
The building of the Ean my wversl Contracts fe all kinds of STATE iccrr
floridA Semi- attacks of die >r Paibtioz, Ksloiiniog. ,
be :
proved t.) ;, .-.
nary are already there, and with some the bcrt twHH&e I ever a! a_ Ked CTCMS Pharmacy. lIatiir.c. at tbe mist r a >&abie price
' : itMBporatirely ocxpeacive adJitkwis will p.hartbe fine quality has bad tame consistent with good wotkoa&ahip. Also Suit Agent for ..,
thing to do w rib it-perhaps its the
le adrqoate to the de aaht. It -ma&c1 OA&TOR.XA. all price Work ujittre es tie East Coast
: -... W Ia bool.'oi1I>iI Anyway, pareba rs are well p'eeared. JEW LOIDOI ROTOR COSPIII'STWOCYCLE
that Gainesville
ot offer
.{ nor smart valid tt..III RED CROSS PHARMACY, Sf claly! toliciud. Let me know '.Lat
teaao&s for the oaivenity than any other TOO want and get my ttioato on it MOTORS
41. TirrSVILLE. Prompt attention given to all _OIk.i" 3 to 12 b. p. Jump i/k, ap ttdsle.

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STJ5DAY OAX18, paoas -lDD. I t .

{. rt For,the-information of aB"persoo ia-
Hair f :i
R.mIstes :
r tereatedia the provisions of the. new act'I :;.. -

ioO,so b'f t d ,f 1!0018th tt3td to prohibitcertain games and sports OQI I ...
r:; NMn. 1t0 "' cud tlltd all Sunday,the fall text of the hip U given

aT below to Tm btu leaden.M certified toby ti[ .

the secretary of state, which shows It
Sometimes the hair is cot ]'}
lash oe and correct copy of the hall '

iIx= mSONSTOE VETOING ANAL mi'Governor An act to prohibit certain porn and propalynourhhed.itsufefs-- -4c.
: -- -- for food, starves. Then It
!I 'C sports oa Sunday *' falls Potash asNcccssaryssRaiflThe _.!
our turns prematurely
:JBroward Belt enacted by the Irjislatare tithe. qaaltr and quantity of the f .. .._ _-
give the .
following thtt an, and hatter/"tbd tathe par- fray. Ayer'sHiir Vigor Is i crops depend oa a sufficiencyPotash tt .
;re IODI ftw tribe; ;loins! extension pose-rice state wf Florida;
proper application
bUt- aid,fund for the parpoee herein declared, Section L That whoever engages on :s
-, The CDDfresa of the TJoited States paed Mid lands and all,fondf arising from the Monday in any "pune or port, each a* Hair Vigor .-iiIn

-'sti an ftrt,- approved September.:8, 1&o: ale-thereof,after paying the necemry expentea aaseball .football or bowling, aa played the toIL Ftrtffim w&kaar* Z'.f
chapter, entitled"an act to enable the iD botliogalkys, or bom racing whether
of selection, management sale, hair food. It feeds,nourishes. low ita Potash will never produce .
.Mate of Arkansas and other state (In- are hereby as player, manager, director or otherwise The satitfictorr malts.PICT -
irreyocbly Tested in hair
five true. falling .
stops grows v7 rasa db..1d Es kal it t+ok die
darling Florida) to reclaim shall be deemed of misdemeanor ..,. ... .
the "swamp tea, therein named and thrlr guilty a CII III. ,
soccessors lone and heavy and all ..
.. iit .t
dine .u I tlnll Iur """
I Uod* within.)l har.limlu, which pro in office, to bold the same in trust for the and shall be punished by a fine druff disappears. w. .... pab
video, among other things that "to en- *and purpose hereinafter profiled not exceeding three month, or by both e.an5d+w_IN ftt.k1.Y. W.-m

it able be Mate .of Arkansas (and otherstates with the power to sell and transfer said each fine and imprisonment. rlr, t. _1> ..set. lIooI terrtw An,..s Iw.aa4aa.t IJa1r p ree tad w.. ..

) tq-aonattuct the, necessary levee lands to the purchasers and receive payment F<<. 2. That all laws and parts of laws hMtrM YIIrW u.e Wi..,.1vp4...rSkW'nsa.LoXwAan.t u... ratisa.a1. alee ...y.rt-ea.DJll___[!tam..wets....a }
and drains to reclaim the swamp _and for the same and invest the surplus in conflict with the provisions of this act ".. MtUe. gYj Awn o.-cs suata Ns..t ttn.t.

overflowed lands therein, the whole of moneys arising _therefrom, from time to be; and the same are hereby repealed.Sec. ', .tPttilYkh for I A.arirrata la..... ,,---. I.Oolloso .
those swamp and overflowed lands madezt time, as therein proided. 3. That this act shall take effect +

unfit thereby far caiUvatioo. which ebailremain' This law has been In force since its approval immediately upon its passage and approval Poor Hair COAST MEAT HUBVET
i unsold the the
at passage of this act January, ISM, more than fifty by governor.

; ; shall! be and the same art hereby granted years. The trustees afbreoaid have continued Approved June 5,1905. ._ o. F.floltl'f,Lgsat, .

i to MId state.." Tint a patent shall issue in the exercise of the powers and FOB Ate 1'11I.- Lar.- *.t Flower- ----

"and on that. patent the fee simple of raid duties vested in them irrevocably daring Cabin launch The largest dower in the world, it I* Florida and a
,lands shall vttbt in the said state of Ar this 21 horse power motor,
long period of time, and are now in perfect, order. For particulars write to said is the bolo, which grows t u the
;:1 -kansas aobjeet to the disposal of the leg- in the full exercise of all the powers and V., Shiloh, Brevard county, Fla. bland of MimlanaD.: one of the Ilillip WesternMeats

Watore thereof. duties and control of the lands remaining pine group. It h&s five petals, nira .ur-

Tbe legislature enacted the taw, chapter in the fund afor!taid, and perform the That firM r..uq. log nearly a yard la width and & siu

F1 610 lam of Florida, entitled "an act powers and duties vested in them an such If you are languid, deprtssedinapable gee: flower ha* been known to wrfgli ; :
t..t'ntl"hpoonds. U on the
ter to provide for and encourage the liberal trustees. Thus does h appear that the for work, it indicates that your liver is highest pinnacle of the land about 7i

system of internal improvement in this legislature! in 1S53, by the enactment of out of order. Herbine w ill assist natureto 2.UUO: feet above the level of the sea. of all Kinds. e

: state," which provides among 'Other chapter 610, laws of Florida, in vetting; throw off headache, rheumatism and _

-: thing, "that so mach of the fire hundred the lands referred to therein, which are ailments akin to nervonsrwa and restore Fnrlo.s Ft.b"a TITUSV1LLE FLORIDA.COUCH .

thousand acre of land granted to this the sul-jM of the hid! bill under consideration the energies and vitality of sound andperfect "For seven"vearf," writes Geo.V.. M

state for internal improvement (purposes, and referred to in the bill as a Tf xas, writes health.: I J.have J. Hubbard used iierbine, Temple fur, Hoffman, ->f Harper, Wash "I had a KILL I ., '

by an act of congress passed the third grant of land of this character, parted ra.t two ears. It baa done in? more bitter tattle with chronic'stomach and THE

day of March, A. D. 1815 as remains un with! its title to all of the swamp and OVH- good than all the doctors. It i. the best" liver my diseasrs trouble by but the at use I 1H of I Elect won,and Bitters.cored AND CURE THE LUNC8

old, and proceeds of the tales of each ot Rowed lands in this state to'the trubtwaaforeeaid medicine ever made for chills and fever. I unhesitatingly recommend them to all,
:G.. Sold Red Crots and
said lands hert'tororelOld as now remains for tho expressed 1 pnrpows and K&n Gillie Pharmacy. Pharmacy and don't intend in the future to be without WITH| DrKing'sNew
hand and and alt iu them in the house. They are certainly s.
L on unappropriated proceeds trait set forth the act of congress, approved -

that may hereafter accrue from the September 28, IS)(), and the act of .er".IAIt l'rui>u.illf... bad a caw wonderful as mine.medicine" Sold,to under cure guarantee such a Discovery s.t..

sales of said land, also all the swamp the legislature of Florida approved January It wa a Ct-nuau public school l boy to do the same lur you at Red CroaPharmacy

land or lands subj.(': to overflow granted 6, 1850, and the conclusion is irresistible "who said that a wid.Jw's mite equaled at 60c. a bottle. Try them to Price
12 marks 4:: pft-iwlg and pointed to r
to this state by an set of congress approved that this legislative enactment can Mark iii. 4: In couflnnatlou. day.- -_ FOR CONSUMPTION SOc 11.00

d. September 28, 1850; together with not convey or pass a title to the lands < .- --- Cb83 OdI1L. Fits Trial.
J all the proceeds that have accrued or therein referred to, and that the legislature per 0, la led 1'a taa x t>s Ew,'!d Barest and Quickest Cure for alt
may hereafter accrue to the state from the had not the power to grant swamp -'ateMother's 8wsd! f4 THROAT and LUNG TBOUB.

tale of said land, are hereby set apart and and overflowed lands as herein w-t tortb, LE3. or MONEY BACK.
-- -- ...
;' declared a distinct and separate fund, to and for these reason I object to the bill ; Ear .

:1 bejcalled the internal improvement fund under consideration becoming a law, and -

of the state of Florida and are to be strict. deem it my duty to withhold my approval J. "U"'IoI 1 wojto(5 All I. MOTHtn rarANr,.a.0 isa I rN w"TNI ... rYoung's ; 'omalo :-at"l- .

applied according to provisions ol therrfrom. 1iI0/", ... THAT COra ..'0.. 'HAt
rare, fin TIIIIUAttVILLK:: ri Ml Kill.4. 1>>
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SUU NEWS[ IUMS.h I II NEARLY FOUR SCORE. .i- .Jiilra' rut .rr4 EMULSION.r'r. orH ANONQ4.maNdL.T.0 I Physical 1 Culture, Elocution and Music our Specialties "
q F )lr. John M. Brown, a well known resi *.c....... pot -
I i lent of Weft Palm Reach, *ho formerlylived -j TK. HtLTn 0' morn MOTHLRANO s 'I ,(II")jut this year in build in?anti equipment t tram lest. tllCi trk. JffaU.
Bits of iBforiuatloo boot Varlou KtenltOccarrlaC : ; CM/10. 11YlUllnium. 8wimmiog '".-.], Oo< l Fare, Chnmle l'uwr .vrf>.!. S-la-c( ...,'Ult1 ...fTn
at Kockled?e, amid the father of 1 ;;nd fur fan e.rpta Kipriufr4: Teachers
at Different Ftorid.I'uInts. I 4sco"r t IOW (.w...... liii: _. ,
Stierit1J. P. Brown of Brcvard
4 county ;; e 4.t'c.a' :_ .t, New Yark. I i1! EXPEN.sES, f-M. LIMiTEU Xl'8gR wf ria:.: '(''llll'+ AV.UUttI.E
Orlando citizen haveraistnl upurbotfOOQ pawed nay last Friday morning at the ".. SiDl"U. mr W druu IU. -- .
z ; to have a Fourth of July celebration hnineof his dauglijer, Mr*. .\, Q. (.Voby, 'M .tt! l 'i+e>biun ;;;8c-pt. :rlth, 19ti5' For free catahigue a.ldrrta

and a big time is predicted. at West Palm IVach. The il '\va><.l 'us -- -- I. COCKRANE HUNT, President.

P. W. Knapp, the slayer l of Capalng' born January 3Ie, 18Jt>, and was therefore -LOW RATES---- -= -9 r.EJ r.:.,

Sam Carter, of Tampa has, been released about 79 years of age. -FUR- a .:
the having; foiled to)ring He was a native of S-mtfi Carolina and
in a true bill. ntoted to Florida at the age of eighteen. ,
lias under His first marriage was with Mrs. IVriih -VIASOUTHERN- --
The state Ltll\rtlof par na
consideration the (tine flf W. L Tajlor, from which union one child was horn. RAILWAYTwo GROCERIES HAY GRAIN AND ALL FOOD PRODUCTS.
now scrviiiit 1'\1111'111"\ for aeautiincHon. letter iu 1S5! he marrieil Miss Francis Trains Daily East Leave Jack. ,
H IV Us and from that union nine chilIren sonville .
Y W, B. Ir mar, 9:10 a. m., 7:55 p. m.Q01QpBaltimore VVi handle} t>ry were lorn, six boys and three girls; Md. and In the above lines(>f gixidi, and solicit the train of all n laAum.ra Write qt fur trigs eaUraiullud.U
The busfnws III'U'"f I h-1An4 are matIng rt-turn Uruceri...' Ia& .t..OoII,
E.I1HttUl&CWtTlTCarlLtn.rLA.Y .
< J
live of hom with the mother )
are now Ql 7sUt! Pickets on gale July 1,2. 3.I.,
:: ( a lit fl IIl elf 1 t>) get the main line living, tivvtil: Jo*. P. Brown, sheriff ofBrrvari limited July 15. Can rte extended u An-

{, of lh" At'uiitic 0't Line changed so ) county; John M. Brown Tampa; ::11$131, l'>fi. stop-order at Wub rtKtou. "' ) [ .A..GE: JlL tt C c<>.

:_t that it *IU run thrush tli", t."n. lArenoe IJ. Brown, Mrs. Carey L. CrowI 830 0.Booy Park, x, J., and return ,

4e_ Fire at J'lpit( r t,.; "eek destroyed by of Wt' IVach, and Mrs. Cons York: with&Wp.o\eraat and Groceries Ira)', (Jrain, Fruit I urn!
Wa lUttimon* Staple Fancy
hint'\Q, Philadelphia and
gr. the r\'II d r.16..f I". P.; the managerof 15. Jones, of Quay, Ha. The lift 1 nAlm..1 New York. Ticket on rite June 2.l, 30, rrodureof all KindsVEGETMiLES '

th* Nawstn .vlle it Juj-itrr. Tl.e being the d&nghter-in-law Judge MinorS ink 1,2, eitlwr via New York or duvet,
A SPEC/ '! / ry
;? buiJ.lill1r tr.ian.ut-t by K J Mcfiill. Jones, of Tiln tille. limited July 10 h. Can be extended tu ;

The Port Orange Urid e ("> Mr. r.rolenli U\l in the Confederate \ntU 31, 1U"i. Tltvievlllo. i i 3loz-icatt.

$ advertising; fir Iii to f .r the crw1ion of a army in 1 31 ant j jliaing the forcea of l''IJ2A' I5ullio! N. Y. and return. ". -
TtrketAOnsaleJuly 8, 9, 10, Jim-
bri.lg across the llAlif. river Mween ('-:0. R.jl>eri R I**?, did nice with tie iud July 15th. Extec ion by deposit to H. M. LOCKHART : : ::

Port Orange std the p rniu*I\\U opposite. army of northern Virginia until be w a* August 4, 1'.iXS. J-toj'-overs at Washington ----- - -- .. ,
f3&W in captured and taken to Elmira N. Y., Baltimore! and I'hi'a.ltflphia jiog
A packing hoiu-e valued! at I> "" ..
: and returning. o.
Wednesday where he acted in the rapacity of nurse General Merchandise
.. Delray was destroyed by the {
to the sick and wounded ConfnlrrateBDldim $00 0 A S LgaraFallsN Y.,ami return. -
Bight of last wt't'The property was lJ, T ckuon .ko! June --
$! IS, 19, .
win like hiinerlf I .t'I'io .
), pria>n
Insured for f 1,700. U will be rebuilt on limited June 2tlh. fan be extt"nltd to coMi.linf ofn nefJthllll"-
scale. Mr. Brown pent to Wet much larger .
-a a .
and his MiJe.nt'f and e lau en..1 re.QUEEN -
lour yean ago duringthfrvlited Bitinwr PhiU-Mphia. l:2:
The potato shipping -ason at Hastings with the family of I.u daugh .35.on Tort>D1i Ont., anal l niorn.
U all over and a careful statement fcliip- k r, Mr*. Croeby. He had Urn*cuwLtentuienibf : Tickets on NIt! > Jane 19, 2.r! :1,
menU shows that ninety thousand barrels r of the Baptittt church for many 2i, 23, liniii fJ June 30, 1'Jifi EIt4-nllloo
.i. Priors were by depwit until Auga 13, 1003.Tw OFSEAROUTESIMerchants
'- of the tubers were fo iiN( years during all of bidi time his walk

q ao low; boa ever, that most of the growers was upright and his conductworthy. : praise. Tralu Daily West,Leava JactaoaiUa1mwHSe
'kilt money. s at 7-5: .. -., aid toM.. .. y

It was old &le rather than any ailment t"M.'U} Ky., and rrtom.
ILK EXCURSION TO BUFFALO. c Ticket wle i 3rt !liro10th i
on July -
U> which he succumbed, for tie t.aJ b rn
-The Seaboard Air Line railway has gradually failing for h-vrral months. &l'd Aatnst lix & Miners Trans. Co's
Florida Elks M KnoxvilV, Tenn. and rrtarn.
been designated by the The funeral' was held at 93) Saturday IQ''a i, Tid...,. on rate Jane lit9. S) :-1
their official route to the grand brat waaumat :{I morning front the bunt of his daughter 25, July 1. 9. 1 1 ).5. limited 13 3ia STEAMSHIP LINESBETWEEN

Buffalo. It U the drsiretd (\1'1'ao-! Uw interment w a* in WondUwn c n4ery Exertion by dC' ...:, until Sept. a,1Ua: ;

,r ;eras.aFlorfdaEtkaepetialtoltxtCJarkaot \ Ifcv.V.. F. Wratlwriiax, of the 'lfL'j Nailik, Tenn., anti rernrn
at9'k- m. July' 1 th. Only 73 Congregational church officU ug. Twketson.air Jane II, 12. !\ lv,
are required to team tlusaper fit., 21, Jaly *, 3, 4. li J5. IUAlIt'd 15 dafl NBALTIMORE & PHILADELPHIA.
paWBgcn from Jake xi- The laxative effect of Cliamberiarn'sStoiuiih Kit<;w ion ty a) train IefYiarare j i and Liter Tablet is so rtvabie
:; tills to BolWo anti return fc2.8 X Limit ,I and w natural that joo .w but n-aJi&4!i tlIic teTiHr, X. C., amt rHorn
be extended to August 4th i j 1 I it is t he effect of a medicine. For site byRi.l Ticket. nn.ate JSM9, 10. 15, Direct Connections for
$.t.. tetarnlegcan close l'harmat1.1ULh. Itf, 17. limiird Jou 2i, }'atiDial.g ..
;- by t&yment of $1.00 extra and depositing CUI. Sutict a U Cirta.tofonuatioo .

'Ji..tkkeleta. Buffalo not later than July tb. .. T_, -npinz! "t rrrenatitM4 and detai'e Washington w York and Boston.
" ::, \\Tieu tea hi* Uvu put tot tt* teapot _
cheerfully fttrnih DIQD
: ; ,Lest.IlMttwtt$1M' it bt>uU at awe I* 1U'-1' up with
Pa."D office \\
< appiicalarn. lOS M tickets sale at
Through .
on principal points..Irronimodatione
De tearing or vrrachinc paint ocra buUicg water. It 1* a (rest mistake Bay stn 1, Ti-:>pboB.:43. ,

.. ,.... toed by jetting ut through, worn timLeg to put only a little drop of water ontb J C. Ltc.: Dirt. h... .'(t., and, t
Il '.Mia u mot. or on first lD01'inc! the Wave first ailing the \A up aftrwanL Jark"l&il, Fla.e .
gad ia del or damp weather, is cnmiBallard's SEND FOR BOOKLET. s
a 1ctly bl Snow UnJiaeat 0*
l' .wOleau. Gibson Oty.. IIU-' wntels Ftb.IBSpU .' Rut Eaatt.k a...... II. C. AYKUV {'em'lf'ut JatU DiilI
A' "I wet tl' l1bJed with a pAiD > ?.
't: 1&196 '
baJ I coW4 DO& T1e Ant Bible iftntrd la U* Lag-:
I' P
: bird ever, One troop bottle, 01 Batten.Snow lisa language was cot print*! InvooVl J. c. dltur, U Y. P. T. ... K.P. TtRs E=. G. p A., I
m. Card me.r Sold b1 Read Cues linjla d, u 0II0e utorajiy lap- .
.J.% Llaw.- BOULL omc.u, BiLTIZClSI, n t
<.i-. ...... aDd EM Gall Pbarmacy. pose but at Antwerp la l : I
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WITHALAJffiBACK' -8r? T'Iilaaa''' toot da* ia.m 4ru sHd1tmtiste 'BOWELS BUY PAINTSfHI TIF MAN -FAGTllRER. 1

la blue. tan and sreen are
Cght .. _...., .
tiles hawtatas.Lsa.a tbste "L '" .
smarter: tbaBitb ffered effect, witbwbltp ..."?.. r..wub.. i..9 r.uto
first choke ...... .pn.sea ta..n.. :J

leagbO Jt9f10 readttbi aid hereIs',..,:expWHire ottiTan"': .a$.eJ.a1p. ...auat.ei4ar.t.w.Ls..... T k t i..1 tt ....,n.... Than to any other housein

*: 'alga taadaby the wcaf1A Dr. that. It fcda- *-made- 'up-tnt.' shirt walatwp tats- 0..11-tint.OANDY. steers Y tataia the World for first class, .- .

!'.. $'0# ;.Kitme earaarrpoot, 'CATtwmC 4iio high grade best quality {
','';';.'.;ffJ'. ',< .r{ the anderrt kidaeyrltver.........r.' Paints. Sold either ready '._ .

"?,:: .. j 4; dl for use or in paste form

'j..j-if.,.,,,, ,, _.,. tee&th "'eeatofji' .tocomad to be thinned down. .. .

zii after years of sl / / S\ Buy from the onlypaLntmanufactunnghousc '

ICIeottfJo researchikidaeyand .
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1"'ifM. ..... ; ._ -0. a Dent bJad. In the country selling
.ik}') --; ., **' apedaJtst and bvoudtrfouy CAT 'CM UKC CANDY
> 'siiccesiful in ; "..-. ... FftlftiftM Pat.*.. T*.t. Goo& Ito direct from milts to user.
prornutir coring .... .._*lck* B*Mft
:E tan bade.tidMr. Madder, eric add trou- l; *....* .*,.... Writ >..<* All other Paint makers
jflr; M..and Bright'* Disease,which b the worst kin MaI A4ANM ill
.. fCIrm trW .; M- ....u aI*d. faders w Nes 11"'1. depend on dealers for the sale of their paints.

'- Dr.= Swaep-Root Is, not IEEP YNRILOOD CLEAI
:"-8--.-" e reverthfncbctlfloubvekJd ; That means one heavy expense and one profit that

x c fiver or bladder trouWe tt will be foand - we cut out of our business.

"' 5- i#* Jaime remedy you need.: Ithasbeeatatei possibly be nmagst. This platttes We sell direct to the that .
man uses paint.You
work private thWsections
w of
trtsomanywaya, labospfial only shows in bet ween
.s C't..r practice, among the helpless too poor t)pair; the ruffle, but fluff it out lu the aineu may think that you can do as well as we could

# dtase relief and baa proved ao'aucoessfoi tQrtel'JCUlIUt do for if brand of
fashion. should certain
pas you, you try to buy a
a special arrangement white
bees made by whleb an! readers of this paper ni The g rrs froct'll1ustrtttt'd U o of the paint that you thought well of direct from the manu-
India tlllu About the
who have not already tried it, rosy have a
sample bottle sent free by Cafe also a book skirt are rows of tiny tuck above a_ 1. facturer. But you would make a mistake.

lolling more about Swamp-Root and how to band of white silk braid The waist The manufacturer might take your money and sell

{ find out if you have kidney or bladder! trouble. fall from an all over lace yoke in two
the paint but he would take care to charge as
mention this you you
,, V/be,7rthing reading generous double box plaits ranked by several
ofer .to this paper an* side ones. Outlining: the yoke are much for the paint as if you bought it from a dealer lIe

= send your address toDr.Kilmer&C4.Bing "J bands of the braid trimmed with ilk would put on that extra profit to "protect the dealer.

assementerlej: The elbow stores fin-
kamtoa. N. Y. \Ve have no salesmen or agents to increase the cost
IshItb a ruffle of the silk and lace.JUDIC
't.: and ....,_ of the
siuutirsceot CIIOLLET.pnlned our paints to consumer.
dolJar 111 all goad dnJcctItI.
mistake- bat'remember \" e quote to the man that uses the paint: the lowest
r- DoaVnakeaar ;
a Amkle,Stiff Nwk Lam.Sh..ldu.
&. tke name Ssnmp-Toot, Dr. Kibser'a SWUBB.j and best price reserving no margin to protect agents.
S N. Y, ailments fur
-f' Roo&.aad the addrasa.. Biaihuaton. Tins are three common
< CHW4 ins BWt1JL
? .tire Mw. which Ciiamberiaiu's Pain Balm iarepec.MM We pay freight.

:' _. dresses marked at $1 a yard. The effects ? valuable. If promptly applied it We gladly advise our customers about paints.

In this fabric are generally check till rare you time, money and sufferinghfu
FACTS AND FANCIES. Write for cards and ad\'icrand blanks
sprigged over with tiny ro ebudt. tnmiiled with any one of these ail sample paint

x_ A.....r1 F.LaN- C.Utirad'hta. The FrenfaT little shirt waist Illustrated ments. For rate by RH Cms Pharmacy showing how to measure houses to show the quantity. of

!;. Ilk VrMk Far CklMr.. Is of china silk The front full- -Hotted-- l'al.---.. paint required. I '

tress, which CLOses la fichu fashion
There U little derive for, I
a simple gets Its start from an embroidered If palms are spon occasionally Ask any first class business house or any bank in New Orleans or
holding np thin onlined collars which with equal puns of uiilk and lukewarm
the mercantile if .
rerer jntt above the bust line., The re- agencies we are responsible.R.
I* little known. It consists of several water they will retain a healthy
maining p.rts of the front are plain
c thin elide of real or rolled gold which except for a little fullness at the waist !:!O.H., McWilliams Limited.

fasten Inside the .collar and clamp at i The chemUette U of tucked mull and ,
Qa.llly v 1. Quantity.IUnl
the top with screw held in place by U ornamented down the front with two <::I Store and Offiict, 341 Camp Street.
muaclee and (troi. U>ily do not
L Jeweled beads. ID gold these collar: swiss embroidered motifs, one of depend on the quantity of( you eat, Factories UUI un, *139. 1141 South Front Street. .,

wpport are expensive but In imitation which Is finished with a Jabot of mulL hut on it* perfect d'get'tioa and proper New Orleans, Lou blana, I

quite Inexpensive, The decree are leg of mutton of three- -iinilMion. When yon take Kcxiol Dy.
ESTABLISHED $1893. The oldest paint manufacturing house in cvndcnous .
The collar this summer bare reached quarter length and finished with fonr .pt'ptlia Cure your 8>blew gets all the
successful under south of Louisvilleor
frills of mull JUDIC CHOLLET. nourishment out Mall the f md you eat. operation one management,
j-t amazing height, whether they be Is dii"pl what you eat rrgardtos of the St. Louis.Florida. I

.. made of linen 'bee, Jewels or velvet Can Old Sore*. condition of the stomach and l'OnyeYllhe S ,

ribbon. Where they are going to en tone Wwtmoreland. Kan., May 5, 1902.Bollard nutrient trxpf-rlitnt to the blood and tisUM. .

.;;!):' does not know, as a depth of three Snow Liniment <>>. Your Snow This builds up and ttretiythen the ---- -

; 1- I and a half Inches to considered by no liniment cured an old sore on the side of entire ryrtem. Ktxiol cures indigestion, .' --- ---- --,
'means too high. The best cut collar my dun that was soj-poetMl to be a can dYfpt"p..ia. Ix-lchinif nxir stomach weak
stubborn and would heads. flc. K are not! uncomfortable, for they are rer. The Jk/'tI.-as
not yield to treatment until I tried Snow .lut is wmiftimfs called!! )Amerkii' national
cooped out under the chin and are East Coast
et tow down on the waist neck Liniment, which did th e work in short lia 11'111ISiaid destined to aiway.Local .
r' work wonderful and
of order. My sister. M re. Sophia ,+Carsou, eventually
To take the place ginghama
Benefit to wiflV>r! from this dtslrewingml
AlleDsville, MifBn Co., Pa., (its a tOre
3 cotton frocks for small girt over and mustrorta, that it is a cancer. 1'kase mind hara"siua i-oiulition. Sold by Tine Card No. 62. In Effect April 17 Itt5.
iilUe Pharmacy
send her a 50c bottle Mid by Red DoS Rut Crow Pharmacy, Eu ,
and Kan Gallus and Chan. F. Camilla!
Pbaruiacy Pharmacy.
-A' .. -_ -
Fur Over PUly l'earl. I I
z SARTORIAL NEWS. tll.. te1 STATIONS ,N..71. II. ii
U Mrs. Winslows Soothing Syrup hasbeen 011). | DIU,.(
C egl..tte. Are u.e'orn..' . For Dressy ..._k.. of mother for their children l while teeth. I 00 .".'L.. ........... .. J.& k.wl1h' ....._. Ar''IOop
9 .._. L..i; 0 al 1 U
thfe .071> sa a .J. hd"' me pI aaisp10Sta
Oiemisettes are to be seen oa all the in?, with perfect suetxse. It soothf .. __ It-ta..u.. .. .._ S10 t$0 ::
child, softens the gnm. allays: all pain, 1 a.al1 u. .. _._. __ .i ruep._ 4s3 p $451IlvplaiII4
i- mart summer wakts. The U shaped cures wind Colic, and is the tt remedy .........?.....G..tral+th._...-.. 1"1' .21.

iIc ones are the most fashionable. Theyare for diarrhoea. It sill It.Ut"tht! j xr -1-, 1SS .. ... -
P 1i IS II if .._ I' Ialsa..__._ t. 410p .00.
made'of the finest handkerchief litlleMifitrer immf'diatt'ly. Sold bv dniiH9tsineero -' asiptlinnLt ..... ....... ._ Ar/w 0Ui
artof the orl.l. 98 -,-
> Twenty --
Y linen daintily embroidered and put together tt1X. tWp af 'h_" '1'.101 l.... ...._.. ._ L. i!; i .- CO
1 as carefully as the finest baby fivr cents a tmttle.' Vf cute and a "k and Iilr '''a 210"OU.z L' .... ...,, .,..... ..-- -... ., 21011 'w. c
"Mrs. Winalow SK thing
> Syrup, ..
) clothes with tiny headings laces and tske no i,th"r kind. C -1-T SiU Sl ,. 1.. ,.. h .. ;.:. ._ ........ t.' Iltp" i M ..
tg fsC2p111tp .. ... ......t. Li:a .... .. ...... .. a"p I Mfti n
t Insertions. The collar are carefully t 10 p 11 &s I' '" .......... .._.11.- .t-... ....... .... .. I lilt i p10 W ft fK'
bL CA-S'L'OnXA. ... .._..u'04. ..._ asapHa
haped. and the whole chemisette fastens 'IJ'jl'lir" ....
99 M w 129p: .. ._.._. ....... hgrns.. ... .. .. .. j II.... |>! t 4l ftI \I
t with French loops and lace but tart t4 1kt 1ht C, iMft Cia
tons. Ipatvt! ct: ,# : 1tap 3UpAr . >(. t.ui} kft .' l *'t>| 4Uft1u .,
------ --' -
Tiny buds made of brussels net is a et 6GIfIG't4IDRAUGhI{ to t1.. I U rAt.. _.. u.Ie Ii', .a I : i' !. 010 lu > 0
new trlmmlug for blouse waists. Outlining Trains loa'ft > ai p -. _(>..?,* i iijl a.11> a M !, n
-I 10 1)t { suporane! ft!} Jutvtt tJ'pt Mil
r a yoke trimmed with valen- onTrains --.:. : I- _:. n

ciennes lace these buds are most attracttl .* pMOOp 2 It Vi l, .... ....._...>.* >... Itlp _....__ . e. 10lJ ft.Tttsthtls ,. I It p, t M a 3

The almost impotable task of getting 7;a. _! *r ...__.....W --------1--- M ft 0 _
mote fuln*>> into the skirt about the ..._,._,1000.1 '
1-r- i. feet is accomplished with embroiderai Carson .-;, L'.J "
.: 4 an ;10;T 111 :to p Lr _.... .._.__ T".nl' ... I. ,
ruffle bapod<< and gathered into WOK&POULTIi.iEDICINZ Ilsv': 4OSp .. ...._..___ _t. ... ... ... UJIi' 1 UIVI !
half circled winch Join at the tip*. Un- 111 n. t.. I l'r ..._.... .lh.c ... JIII,. ... .... tits
? .11 1 ; _._ __ .__asvOslo.__. 11. + I..a ..*
4 \xiiPSs: ;; /SIP ____.W..lbo.f "__ .. .... ., if! H& 1 MftH 3: ,
lILt Dratl 5O JACIET.i 11 it *. i Zip .. ..____Mir.nUsn. _._.. sea 1101 M
1 ,,,,. .. ,,'11 fill .
I 3J &: es 1" _._ M 1.'" u
i fire are the thin dark dreues madeof q J as sI U ip ._._ ._w -1rt rl ___ .. ",. A II 5$
1111", 1111' .. .____.TibtaSa. ..... IIf'. II O
china frilk or soft poagw. They 1f.ttip!! .... ....._.._. ttafllMtl: .. .__ .. Jh II lag
are made np without llclng. and a This great stock medicine II a 'I Dt &i 11: II '. .__.._J '_". ....___ .. I.s ..IftllllftltMt 1J p '.
tiSa 7 5p ...._..._...'UA'\ ..... .. : : 9FWLHSIUI
t variety of white cuffs and collar give* money saver for stock raisers It a W ft. 1 M p' .. .,..._ fluid$.....".2 .. .. It 4I a:;MM (,
a bright and becoming touch to the | is a medicine, not a chap food or BuffetSleeping .11.] S14p.: .". ...._ ..1liJspn. r .__. ...' ,. lift W .Hi- a
.: '.. ll/a,r .
a I p w..t hilA k-
dark frock. Tb e silk dresses are condition powder. Though put up 1toa.sISp! __......... b-yIl1 specially g x>J and serviceable for f in coarser form than TbedfortTa Buffet / 41 ft 02ap .. ..._ 15Nn.r ... .. .... .. tMEs1.121p" .C'A
/l sSlip,
traveling wear. Back-Draagbi.! renowned for the /I1a1.irtp '_N.MaLlasd.rJa1. "'_' ;I i*ai! a N111a191p 'f.

Awfully pretty 1s the drenslng Jacket | cure of the digestion troubles of .. __..Uall.-&I\. '-" .. .. I 1&si11{, i iit b
171 a1U t1J r: .. .. .. jenr.a lit I 1 it i II
Illustrated. It la made of floweredchina persons it Lu the same qualities 2s all n p Ar .-.._- '._-_-_._ Wh.... ".--..,._ l. : as a', t ?J

rt slit The shape follow the I d invigorating digestion stirring ite -- .. .-,
tines of the kimono with the exceptionof up the torpid: liTer and k;<*eninff natlri 1' 1 MMISTUD UU".IO" ; >*.,

the capetike sk recee and the attractive conitipated bowels for ill: itock ha. i! ._ i; ; *.*. 9

curving uf the beck. For trimming | and poultry.! It it artfully pre i I"r--44: ftI Lftt--. -. "-,,'"1.- -T-T;t -_ tlOlJ-

U du sen a border of plata,t'bln3 pared and its action is so Lealtiful I Wft ... __ .1I84eitaa.L._ l'i ... ". 141 tr

silk In the d i*st shade of the pre' r that stock grow and thrive with an ;;: -' ,- '- =. I

viUlng tone In the Cowered silk. Cows i octsjiotul doM in their K* It SL U". t 21 'I. I9 *. 17 ... Ill! : .... iii'" a.s.. It
.f ribltaa t<> match find their hiding craw hog cholera aid makes bogs 0t1f S.+L' $.a0.,5 {ry Pail, UftVPOftT tHANCMSUpjlOU 11 I.h_ r
i lit* alt + 0a" Oa' fa I Dad,. htt- 4g, ails
place at throat and arms. grow fit. It carts chicken cholera -- .-
a I aM sacs tOQftLf' _._ Jvh".I.Le /IOaita"
? 100lip
r. June CIIOLLET. and rocp and mitt hem lay. It --
\ _
IN CUri 1C1111> 1)a. s.aa5r.1. J..L'i 1e 1MSria11/tsllaf 1M.
| cures constipation, dittaoper and t ** p 1 M ft I';) p )0 19 ft t "a" Pablo fcfc ..__ 'jIWsiWh/00
41 I.Illpi0lii! t4IsI! 4tl.atlt..t-L .. S43stllsa a t. .
i t1 colds ia blJl'tSo .murnia in cattle ( .
FORECAST t9 lisp aijploalalata' __ Vkft-rl .t24ellaa+ tsssp
I \ and makes a drao bt animal da "- -s

t Pretty ud lsetp...'. (.51.. era/... more work far the food eonaua ed.
.;L- tale* f.r Skirt WtUt. 1c It gives aaisiaJj and fowls d all

There are I> many different tnexpeutiv kinds Dew life. Every farmer and -

t sal pretty cotton material for raiser should certainly: give it a Clot Cesacctloa >U4< at .Hlaail curb Stca.iblp *l U, P. t 0. S. L '-IuJ Ft tt

shirt waists that It t* difficult to make I trial.It.
a srkttkm. rrtm tx-i-rtied pug- : ; coda 2k. a can and saves tea HAVANA AND KEY WEST.

!, Lams are the most MtUUctory amo stt [ time its price ia pmit.rmuru. .

-cbeaper roffs. TfcU material cometa Taw TI_ Te'.u.s .bow the II... a' erlcb Ir&1u tut lie a..se4 M antis a/ud.......
aU cater and combinations of colr Kfti. Mtfck B,H6L! 1r9. IU......a staabaa, "I! 'nl N.epartei at 1M atetst Ie M ...........
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: J.c< nan1 or shot efficts, the ftgure two- .... fcc tern tiers IM'-4.a
lag la coetrasting colon or of Uw I ktadl .< stock 1804 VU I bore Wad ve 1 u) Iw .rbedJ. hits &rr"Wa'.f1 &W ifOatoNrade1t.
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ss1 Dotted effects seem to bare taken the .rift rat II a d., ..dl..,. katsA >iua4l a a. .. ,104 I.lerbtag .....
Rr.. < place of. atrii" ta popular favor f,r der this rude b aaottwr one with al u........ .4e .r.i.'a$ WI.JI) t. t.wa.nw&tJ...\. .eo sal airs'at '..

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:'>:' M la use for brer 30 years, has borne the tign&tare of rte'

and has been made under his iwonal .
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,N a ed up the 'local; onion, and after, the tar and '\Vhat will make the state auperrUloti It* Infancy.Allowno .

SPQRTINGEVENTS I !fine,was'paid the'Frenchmen*were allowed and'nation.a. better thing to'be a part #- one to deceive you In thla.

'F : to'enter the-nnk o.' Th matter otr The varloos activities furnish All Counterfeits, Imitations and 'iJust. *- oodHftr but; i;.

,Atlantic .Wins Kaluga Cup. has been appealed to tote next contention topics for composition and talks and Experiment thai trifle with andtu4ansrtk6 health *f

: Ibe-Aeitricija three muted schoonerAUtntic _of the federatioiFsrsfga Illustrations for arithmetic; geography, InianU sad Children Espcricnce against EI dlUeut. '

=F ;.owned by Wilson Marshall of EAgravtrs R.IUIed.13ecretar7 Ungusge. etc. The sale of the vegetables f1

.Bridgeport. Conn.* and manned by :)1etealt of the departmeatof it made to cover the cost of the What is
a:'_ -,-,UJAnea-..:_"_ commerce and labor baa ,decided work and materials. Tbe work Is.oarr -

nat to faror of the Amertcaa BankNote '&* Instruction of W.' A. Baldwin,
gcfltch- company as against the charge principal of the state normal school Castoria is a harmless ubtltuto for Castor OU, Paregoric

; who made by the American EngraTers' at If/aniiis. The dally programme of Drops and Soothing Synuw. It h Pleasant, It

; so union that the contract labor law had the garden school t. similar to the public contains 'lieithrr Opium, Moqihiue nor other Karrotiatdibhtancc. _.

la been violated .by the employment of school, except that the hours are Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Wunu wY

of the three skilled workmen from Hungary.: slightly longer, more time being devoted and allay* IVverbhness. It cures Diarrhtca anal 'Vlult

', cop These men bare been employed since to manual training and physical Colic It relieve Teething Troubles, cure Con,ttpatitn -tt

s'u trans- October last and were arrested oncharges exercises The center of Interest In the and FJafult>ut')". It assimilates the rood, rv:ulatc- the '

record preferred'by the,onion with tf primary grades Is, a playhouse constructed Stomach and Bowels, giving: healthy auto natural slaps
Snleh new to ,deportation. Secretary Met- so as to contain the principal llio Chlldrc u's auacta-The 3Iotbcr's }'rft d. '
Lizard calf finds_that the charge of law Ciolation rooms of an old fashioned New England -

'at was cot proved,_and the accused hou This Is compared with the

[ ta. May men were released. a bouses of various races and countriesof GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS .

5 a Coy Nsw Chicago Pace Mevs. tact and fiction.

I I 3,000 Renewed efforts' to end the team University of ths'Unitod Ststos... Bears the Signature of

t fromHoolc sters' strike at, Chicago :were made The executive council of the national
tsMy Ink Jane 2, when Mayor Dunne conferred committee of.kO to promote the vita --

Captain. 'narr. theclaprwltlPir; with committees from the various team lUbment of the University of the
of 13 days 4 owners associations and the union for United State. In view of the complete
'' hours awl 1 minute, thus winning the the purpose of permitting deliveries to failure of the effort to unite several

13,000 cup offered IIY Use German em- be made to strike bound houses without existing universities In one great organization ,

{!trot. Tire average speed was 10.0.. regard ta the Issue Involved in the at Wat-hlngtoQ! on accountof

rt mites an Lonr, the former word having return of the express drivers. The local and denominational D'tI. The Kind You Have Always Bought

? teen u.i.The Atlantic alto made proposition was that the old drivers betaken have announced their concluMou that
c, tilt blgffttt 'run or record for A single back as far, as possible, but that no university yet organized meets the
.day-namely, 341. mile they- should not be asked to do the required demands of a truly national In Use For Over 30 Years.

# The Hamburg, sole rppre *ntatlte of work of other teamsters wbo are on Institution of higher fromdenominational 'hoC.e.,...,. sa..arr.n rw ..,.

r_' Germany in the great sailing central, strike. Moat of the lumber dealers or partisan! font*. and L .:- ::, -- -- ---a J<
-t crowd the finish line at 7:22 p. m. were able to -resume business with that consequently It is now the dutyof r*

May 30, twenty-two Lours behind the nonunion drivers and the Employers' the commute and of the National . _. .. ..
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but still beating the Endjnv Teaming company was said to have Educational association to work for -

Ion's record trip by 18 hours and 29 more than 11500! teams on the streets. the establishment of the University of DO YOU WANT TO KNOW ALL ABOUT THE
minute President Fhea of the* teamsters the United States on the basis of the
c Tie British full rigged sblp.! ,'athalIa .charged attempts of enfp%>yers to bribe Senator Frye bill which makes no demand

E came In third'May 31.Victorita labor officers. upon the public treasury but relies EAST COAST OF FLORIDA?

For ptmilL. upon private endowments for its .

The athlete of Cornell nnlrerslty development.
bare again rome to the front by taking I r COMMERCIAL I Especialv! rvtrardinj Fruit Gro.iI1J,Trudtr.1l and '

the intercollegiate track and field I EXECUTIVE I General Farming If BO. suWril for tlie..........
rhamtiioafthip! at Chicago Car Lines Would Soil. e
Philadelphia on May
27 against all of the big eastern college Soon after James Dalrymple, manager FLORIDA! EAST COAST HOMESEEKER.

*. E. B. raron of Yale made a of the Glasgow municipal etm-i Manorial Day Scrvicas.

new half mile running word of 1 minute car system reached Chicago, and while President Roosevelt was the guest of I'KICE) CF\hPEII ANNUM.
M aeeond, Dray of Yale made anew be was in conference with Mayor the city of Brooklyn. May 30, where he ISSUED: ONCE A MONTH SAMPLE COPY flU:...:

record for the pole. taut of 11 Dunne, May 31. it became known that helped to unveil a statue of General ADDRESS,

feet JOVi Inches. the Chicago_ traction companies had Slomra. He took advantage of the E. V BLACKMAN Editor MIAMI FLORIDA.
= i On the same day Cornell's varsity made a proposition to lieU two streetcar news of Japan's great victory at seato ,

crew defeated the Harvard varsity systems of the city to the municipality. : -..-- -- -> -- .- --- .,
urge the importance of I increasing -- -- -
eight on Charts flyer over a a"'lHftU..abth. This proportion Includes the
one the American Tbe
Immediate turning of and navy. John Stetson
ollw course by neveu systems crowd aiioeniblttl In tat throng tocheer University .
..r# length their immediate Improvement by the
the president wherever be went
: present owners at the dty's espen,
At Arlington Washington
cemetery, ,
the temporary pawing over of the
I LABOR I the address of the
day wa deliveredby
ninety-nine year rights, the appralxe- Senator Foraker of Ohio Services Affiliated With The University of Chicago
.. went of present values and the acceptance '
Labor Scare In Pail Riv r. of the. Mueller law certificates were conducted by the Spanish War COLLKOE OK LIBKIUL AltT8-Tb .laudar.I.lre tho of tb.l'l ifC-nltl fit tti kagu.
A scarcity of labor leading to competition in payment for the propertiesUntil Veterans on a, elaborate a 1I'alp! sa ,Stetsons gndiuU rMrire t rdt'n'H from iiUh MrUoii end Chi<-k,/t.
.4 among employing firma for I payment U made the present those of the C}. .\. U COLLEGE ..r.LA\V-fJr a0.u< of ibis(:t.ullfl) are admitted to practice law in n.rU.

' f -kiiinl---- ). worker constitute a novel vn....... ...... .,.,. ............'.," ..... u._."..'............ I Battleftagi Returned. without examinsiiwt.CULL&EIJrtICnYUUNiYMeth.rlcal.
state of affair In Fall titer Mts. 8Uol Pools Dissolved.The Fifty-one Union battlefiag and 22: l, (lul. Klrctrint Ennnfrrioj
Training courts Uliif bidrfrve* Fine new tHlildiol..n.lll rtuiput at.CULLLfit .
where tvagro (same lines of work are Iron Age admits that the great Confederate flats out of the 721 battle- : or Kt INt\'J-UaoUn, in all lu branch. I-, ,k.lrplDj( by t.-.l wttbud.
ry.. rising in reAl--On to the law of supply pools in steel plate, beams and bars flags in p wx>* ion of the war department rJC'diOOC ** OIleD io other lK irt and denundaborethe rate( fixed by the and in steel rails have been dissolved bate bees returned to their owners "- < AC.UUJlY-firaoJuatt-w pn-ptrtd &enter Hm rO. \"al.J PIIWrtua
Manufacturers' association. The scarcity without affecting the prices of the commodities by authority of vwngres. There Cornel. Mkhijio,Chicago and all tint tU tV.Urjcra.
i' of labor III I sit as well in the iron Involved. remain:'2 unMentiflM 1111r4., of which >()IHAL AJtlt VKAnHK fcC IIOOU-I KindrrrirUn in itioen buitdii j, t I'nmarjr
t'''' u la the cotton trade The recent pro- 1H( are Union and 2M (\)Jl'Iltnlp.New and Hnuunar. School In Itl..rale builJiBj. This &bn4 ruprrUtljr Jlh'I..m I'nblic &tw.A
Frick CommitUo Makos R.port.
'loosed strikes are IIl\lI pud to I* responsible Naval Shooting RecordAt
tit The report of the Investigation committee acllOOIftonJO..Ol) pipe orj u. a duzt (lia&ut,.rf>*ra!(UiilJ iu" large KUIt"
for this Mate of affairs a ,distant- of l.un yard Kemptboriie thoroogb movers of Mudy.AKT .
headed II. C. Frlck of Pitu-
though It U said that agents from all burg. which was authorized to look Into fc'cott. aa apprentice oa tl.e ttrpain ftClinoi-Xtw ttadia. CiUy cats, lOUd,is *le.felHtoa .
parts of the United Mat- and Canada the affairs of th! Life Assurance Nut lreUc. itoiug ten mote an LM a acuity of 4* profmufi .n4loatl'llfCQn. They bull dranw from the I'fci-
have Wen frjlof t4) indue 0|.eratlvni Equitable lour, ban :x-orwl tiiueiecu hits out of rend, itt(.'Mats/ lfartard. Yak, Ifcrtonwith (' lunibl, t'nitrnitjr tit I'mcirlvaDU, Brju
society, reported to the directorsof ).la.,. Butkufll, I'olternly ofMitbigin. IVnnumn and .
other t'nitrniti .
to g> to other l.IticalJUe tu work. Tilt
that Jane 2 I twenty.hi >tinir at a floating target |3UOnoo oo in buildings and Muiimutv .
society oo by making a Df ry a qiurtrr ujlllk.B dolls f tuJo*iu"bt; an tuJu*
Eight Hour Day In Canal Zon.. severe criticism of both Vice iYeoidrat I j I thu staking a t.t'won} for the fd library ofoT r 11. American ,1.illd.l1u, 7 oil p tatiar. a $!Qt**>(w pipe a'h
Following an Oj-lukm that the eight Hyde and Iresldent Alexander as well I uavyIncr04to organ; f'YUItWa',( an f Bfk-J athletic fir M.
tanning tratk tennis fwjrtu, Utwball UiaiiwDil and gnditva, bew4
hour taw applies G) government work as Second Vice President Tar 111. The of Immigration. ,. twimmio\ golf, rowing sad uhrr IVI1e, separate taUdiorf far wee cud woiaeo flr.
la the canal tone, the Isthmian canal committee virtually insisted that these TLe depattinctit of commerce reports large Uboratori f.r (1: >fat,try, i'hy.k. titftrrioltttj, Mior!okf/; Mural;
:. commission has decided ta conduct sil officers must quit and that every dollar that r 2t..'v.l) fmmigracti have arrived brae mnaeaee and ibup; tiertrve lijbu. electric UlU, MA'a1ll b.s.l. crwtui walh. ,bil
is tenet .
n. ; Uf Ota spacious empa tLrotbtry and trrrc; Mriai titcrary, musical uJ rfbt
work oa the Panama canal on aa "Igbt made directors and officer of at the tattoo of this in ,,'
by out
iwt country "IIawry, ('brieti.a lad not tcrUrun tf'Mbiul'ft... loolioa U
boor basis ginning June 1. Electric! abdicates must be refunded on |*n- the adz mouth ('IldlnltIoril .Hi la.t UaaUful ud brmitbful IDol the *if or. are low
sy 'lights arc being Installed and three ally of suits for munition. ID making .'This U an iucrva of nearly one-third For cataigs, vie**, hlm and Ufunaatioa.. add,..t the Pmidrbt

'*n. of Uborvtt will be employed thU report It was charged that the over the arrival for the same period 1.ISfOf.S( IHLI.KV, A. K,, I'll. I)., Ut-Und, I'leSBABARD
Nsw ttyU Union Prap...d. management of Pmident Alexander last year. The arrivals from Ruses a .
R' Tb. United Railway Workers of was las The enormous salary of continue to lncrea rapidly and more -'- -.

Greater New Tort a pew labor union 1ZL500) a year paid ta J'DH'iIIL Hyde than &."..(") have come from that country
QTfi&ised on a ilaa aiming to secure was severely mUI\ waste and : dnrtug this six month

"absolute secrecy." is being formed extravagance. The report declared that -
'Among alt daues of street railway the whole l business of life insurance 1 It. (ltIWrftI'+-ra ortt..

workers In Nsw York city In place of shook be reorganized In the Interestsof For cuaghf, croup, honpio MUrh t .A= .I.IT .v717.
tit* onion disrupted by the falinr of its bcneflclarte The board of directors .fie One Slina'e r uuh Care i* tie chit
B* recent strike, and the units controlled: by Hyde, rejected |drro'a favorite. Tiii w tlft'A)8e it coo- -roitSavannah -,
ar* to be groups of not more than the entire report, and for the timellyde \ Wn no opttet; U perf<>ctlyjriod barmlts.
ten 'taea,, wbOI-e naiae will U k-t and Alexander made common 'tastes and cores S'..M by Kd ere.l'bsrmat'Y Columbia. Southern Pines
> Oa fiaiik Itiarmanr, and ,
other only tb.11- raiue. Thereupon Harrttnan. Fricit and <
secret from group
Chat F (
:,= ral offlcer* koo icg the names of the 8bM mtlgnrd as directors.EDUCATIONAL. I I Richmond, .Washington, Baltimore. 1
whole membt>tahlp. A '"roIl< }
,' tcti group will receive does and paw I 1 I Philadelphia, New York .

long orders.Musicians' II CASTOR I t

a UniM Finn lads The HysMAis S KU Idea For lafiits and Children.Tli TWO ELKliASTTIaIN: DAILY

Walter (Mmro cb. the well known A new thought In education with M You Hm SEABOARD
director of the t'w.or Fyiophofty Allays Bwgfil EXPRESS SEABOARD MAIL :
social efficiency as Its dominant aim, ,
under >roiet airy
orchestra has paid ;
1s behind the experiment going forward the
8a* of f I.OUO tmp w.1 OIMHI hits by = ft
rrtdRt"dorr of the AmericanIVdenUon at Hyaaaia. UAM, aye the Cf MODERN PULLMAN Fjt Il'MKST S
of Miuktans for hafingt&porte4. School Journal The starting pnlnt awt'fttfl' e.
of corrviitkia is the wheel gar -- f-
4 ere mu.r tans without >dTtrttstnf HOUJ9V1N ONLY LXN'E i
den. The ctikirea are nUll kept

the Tacwcies auffidectly"exi Ung In his this orciuvtra.Tbt rouatry. copied from the start and they an eaeottrsgpd Becky Mountain Tea Nuggets Operatic l) l'j Through tCrjri from J..k..nUe Vi in Or raw.
to regard therniefre. ss producers. A B*., liMiM tv hay PwsioE t
of .
CT. moskta&s are Freociu&eo '
Tb work they are dotcg !:tip 0rrJa *. M! lortti f"II.!
r wbom Mr Damnwcb beard *hiV ta thought of fM 1 r.u Oasit+ .." IV.j,4 as.unInpw For fall information and iWjr rnrrvatMca all) on any KcU"rd sient w {
lapels futtsrc of Ct
ciatm. ho. tff. that sod as ,,... ,'WoJ...... Ecx>a+4 Trite to ,
.EbtetTbey product aid. of their relation to the *< *. BTMCK SHrtifcU41toc &0..... 8 t
Wfaca they cam to New Tort they ap- great ....14. All the butrortiua tarns < k'1I.dJI., ....&re its rnraiun C6h A. 0. MACIXXVELL, c. a EOYLWTON, 3,.. .'
tocalassfiSbMsbip tct funa. ... __ b
'.... 'for'aaembmhIP- Vb tIak4'a. arsc&I socfc.fueitVjei u "Wfcat will j BJIURcauci 1>IInI 11-. y \at. General Pa nger Agar. PU8NSrtr.\It- .: i
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'. M ll lr'ttsdtaal ..:,. bat, are-chary..of' dropping- tbeir taoUtoit. )' WLKSTON&ESJLXN1XO, tsaatn" .

espy aUtta4'., ')I....X D. Provost,of Georgian, la a 1 4
'' ; ,.: 'E.ied' apGlulaII#.n4.... t
'> visitor bid home ia Kockkdge.
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!ft1IItJ" ,'I.!' ,ftBlI, Mrs J. W. Packard, of Cocoa, altfaded o' T: DEPoITOEr.latliasised ..
1tfI ,..rf'aLt _
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; church ia Sunday and ll00.cioo.OO
Ruckfedgeoo apart
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:- : the remaloder of the day,with Mrs.E.J. .benp t4... .... .. .._. moauo
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":..,...t&t>'rte > ; '." aa4Ttflser.. The: summer is paaaug swiftly, the peopis > .. Moral Biking( Bust assn : .
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.. all The build
,..& ; "? COCOA.' busy and.happy. new
,:!S'... '1iJf:.;.Mast; .WUlard' 'Id U .Improving' hIp are growing to completion d will Largest>;adv.Uldettt. F ', '
( 2-''' : a :
;';"1I-., be ready for occupancy,when needed. on the Hirer. ; j
: J: iilowtybis'tatesdil! -
'\f. .and Mrs. obi Wt'dnetda1J11jf ?In. Kid,_who spent the winter iu Miss Exchange Bought and fold on. All rs' e t :: ,
r Mr CwejrWt
: ,_, ; Foreign Cxmntriet.
L. M, Powe' was the last of the j;
cottage, s
home In Penn, ALL DAMAGE
)r their y1variia. Patronage appreciated. Prompt 'acrvke, -1 .
'p"'; vTani Adeline King, of !neela! is a Ute tourist contingent to leave for the north. covered by a Rood: fire fnsnrano com potit tn ta.standeveryfarereewsiauiat r Ji r
.t She was loath to leave her lovely retreat wltbeoiuervativ banking treated fi. ;
The damage by finhy by y j
:Q arrival in Cocoa on a visit,to her parents. pany. water
A few friends called on Mr. and Ears .smoke and by the firemen in their efforts CORRESPONDENTS: -1
1Ir. and Yr.--N. King: to extinguish the fiamea. The man who Empire Trust CVmjpay N. Y. Florida i
C. IL Hibbs onTuMdai night and conftralolated -
Bank &Trust CtHujmny,Jacksonville.
Work is progressing on !)hard preet'ek
eleventh IS COVEREDby
them upon the anniversary
baildioaa and the 'street, U patting FLORIDA. 11
MW ** of their marriage. IIdoos cake insnranoe ha*little to fear of fire. "Itdoesn't TITUSVILLE,

xm- much Wnctire air thtreby.Mi I and ..watermelon served and flinch worry him night and day like the .--.- -- t

Afliew W OB,of I ckledge,and was the ataosemenl offered, nnlnanred fellow. If JOG are among the
Ute latter claw" get out of it at once. Let \11 INET.&AN-NING
HIM Haze Stilintr, oi Daytona, spent 1j
; ., The Ladies' Aid society met with Mr!. write you a policy on your property and ,
-GarWe4nm"wiLh Mr*. J.C. Shaw. Wilson t on Thursday afternoon. TIe; see how.much better TOO sleep nights. '

Mlas Fie Taylor belted TitosriUe ladies have considerable work under way MORGAN; WALTON, TITUSVILLE, :

tat week Wednevdajr and ,remained .and many finished pieces and much TnrsmuE, FLORIDA.

:2 '.over for the'play and dance on'Thursday promised for the bazaar next winter. --' -.,- '- ---,-- -- -_.,- ,-- -
: DiehL The promises! are now that they will have week for a visit tai Hendersonville, N.R, Fashionable ClothiersGents' j'

t" 1 f lay 1SathIi,onegf OCOa'. prominent more salable article than hut _'interand then to tier northern twine in, Cleveland,

z7fl'r red cititnu! died at his bom on W d- the bazaar on- a bigger scale }frl'. Wilson Ohio. The teet wishes of her (friend

s, DeeJay noon of last week of typhoid served ice cream and cake for refresh follow her

,: pneumonia. menta. 8HILUU. and Furnishers.The

1feNrJ. Then, Trifle, Frank Ponnda, .
A rerfal r U. Peaches and watermelons are ripe.

; Walter Hatter Maurice Weinberg and It is a fearful fate to have to endure the Mr. J. W. GriSl is still enlarging his 1
Fred Travis lift Wednesday for an ootingat < ternble torture of piles. "I ran truthfullysay splendid nursery. Queen Quality Shoe fur ladles Is the ..

;:f Cocoa Beach.. ," write Harry Cblson,of Masonville, most stylish and durable in the world. In
Ia., '.'that for blind, bleeding itching andprotruding young folks are contemplating a
... Min Laura Powers returned to her addition we keep the famous Edwin Clapp and
piles, Buckler's Arnica Salveis trip to the beach Saturday evening ill ;
a. home at Fort Pierce Sunday after an ex the best cure made." Also beet for Mr. Arthur Jackson's fine'little launch insearch Crossett Shoe All high class goods to be
+ = tended fiait here with hevbrothera'Johnand cnt, burns and injuries. 2oc; at Red
J P. Power Cross Pharmacy. of turtle epgs.Messrs. found here. Manhattan Shirts, & W. Collars .

J. X. Moj-bey and James A. Stetson and Knox Hats.
.)fr..A. Dyad it inpplying the market
TROPIC. Taylor began work on the latter's house _.
..ib'ent sweet corn, tomatoea, potatoes, -
Ask Mr. Msthers how to spell gosling. Monday and will push the work forward
caelona etc Who M8 Florida will grow and else that
nothing but oranges? Mr. Geo. F. EOeylt'A last Friday to as rapidly as possible. Anything everything

accept a traveling position.Mr. Misses Nina Glass, M.iyme Taylor,
: Mrs, $. F. Trait, :iaughterEveiyn and men wear yon can buy here
Cane was.op from Roeeland and Gertrude M niece, HIM Edna Travis, were among
* Knld 1 attended the ice social in
took a party to the beach Sunday. cream
hose who went Titosville, Tuesday to MAIL ORDERS SPECIALLY SOUOTED,

.see the ball game and cheer for Cocoa. Mrs. McJunkin and Mrs. chotield visited Oak Hill Saturday evening. ,
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Mrs. Hervey Bower baa,returned from friends in Eau Gallie last week. Mrs. A. X. Xolle, Mrs. Kohl and Mrs.

p Miami where lobe was detained by an ac Our school is on the increase. We now Moabey and little duigliter Mary, left SAN MATEO CIGARS

cident which happened to her aunt, Mrs. number 21 pupils and one under ageMr Thursday of last week for a few months' l

Ilainlin, by being struck by an automo Henry Casper is at home again, visit with relatives in Kentucky and Have Made a

bile. having given up his place on the boat. Illinois. Reputationof

{ Mr Frank Pounds, of DeLand, arrived Mitt Gertrude Jones spent two days The dance given Tuesday evening by Their Own.

Wednesday for a visit with his friend, Gillie Miss Mayme Taylor was a decided success. :
last week with her father at
Mr. Theodore Travia. Mr. Pounds played Several of the young men and II The success of the San Mateo Cigaris

'with the Cocoa nine at Titosville on Mr. T. A. Campbell and family return I i ladies of Oak Hill were among the one of the greatest triumphs
ed Saturday from a six weeks' visit to dancers. Excellent music was furnishedby of the East Coast since the freeze.
Tuesday.Mr. Miami and the Homestead country.A Mr. Edgar Goodrich of St.
and Mra. R. M. Packard. Mrs. Augustine, Made from the t hoicret grow tin of tobacco that the peninsula of Florida and the
and daughter, Misses Mary and very pleasant dance was given by on the violin, avieted by Messrs. Frank Ulaud of Cnh can produce, and wrapped with the'! rich, silky leaf grown on East
1 Joyner Mr. and Mrs. Carter Saturday evening. Montgomery Foster Bennett on the Coast plantations the cigar industry of the world has never produced better article.
Lewise, and )Ir. toy Traflbrd, of Cocoa;; U came in very nicely as a welcojne to guitar. Light refreshments, consisting of For sale by ail I the leading hotels and club and by the Union News Company '
Ref. and Mrs. W. );. Hall, of Rxkledge, on every train entering Florida.
Miss Maggie Campbell, who returned cake, chocolate, etc., were served about
left on Tuesday for a week's anting at the that day. Besides our home folks there o'clock and dancing was continued Twenty Sizes, Styles and Grades to select from.
= seashore at Cocoa Beaci.
were visitors from Brantley, Eau Gallie while later. It being such a pleasant Manured by S. w. ROWLEY San Mateo. Fla.Alabastine .
::'L., Miss Edna Travis leaves next week for and Toledo. evening the dance was enjoyed immensely .
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her home in Virginia after a pleasant visit -
\ by all. It ,,"u'en as a farewell
{ of several! months with the family of Tort or* of a Prem Ur. party L.} Mrs. A. N. Nolle.Ia .

\: her uncle, CoL S. F. Travis. Miss Evelyn The story of the torture of Rev. 0. D Your Walls

will accompany her cousin and spend the Moore parlor of the Baptist church, oftlarpersvillr Had Ch.... .._ J
:\. Y, will interest
I summer in the Old Dominion state. you. Millions rush in mad chase after health
He says: 1 suffered agonies because ofa ALABASTINE l beautiful t-ffwt walla and
i from one extreme of rl&ll.lilm to another, produces eiqniwtely on
of )Ir. and
beach consisting
Fr A party cough, resulting from the
persistent when j if they would only) eat good food, .llillltl tA-: + tu mix with mid water. Bttttr dial Kai-
Nrs. Fred Aldrich and son, Mr. and Mrs. xnp. I had to sleep sitting op in bed. I and keep their bowels regular with Dr somine.,

.. F. app, of Cocoa; Mr. Boyle and Mr. tried many remedies without relief until King's New Life Pills their troubles prrinaiienrtenientcosting, which hardens on the mall, dettroyinjr
I took Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption -
Swinson, ol City Point; )Jr. and Mrs. C. and which would all pass away. Prompt relief and dlwareizermsandvermin' never rubU tig or pealing. KaUoiniiin.iied
coughs entirely
quick cure for liver and stomach trouble. with hot or ('HII"'al"f 1IolOn rub and scale tiff. spuitiiiK wall, rlulhing
i and Mr. and
W. Williford Raymond cured and saved from
son cough me
and furniture contain which de and
my 25c. at Red Cr0 Pharmacy.. Guaranteed, They glue -ays nourishes the
! Mrs. Jai Boyle, son and daughter, Eddieand : consumption. A Kf&lUh.'Und\Jrdl&t' germ of deadly di-sue. For tale by
Mildred, Mr. 1%Witt Smith and lies conditions of throat and lungs At Red
Cross! Pharmacy, price SOc. and f 1 00, Tar 1'arl. Library.
Ella Brown, of Rockledge, with others, guaranteed. Trial bottle free.MELBOt'KY& The largest library In tL'orltJ In ,

went to Cocoa Beach Sunday and report I that of lan It contains upward of Dealers in Lumber and Builders Material.
the seashore. : :VHJ.UU) lrlntt'IJJOklJ and MUMimanuscripts. '
delightful day on -. ...
The troupe that visited Tito ville with Mr. Louis Lyman went to Jacksonville The British. mneuiu cwu- 1. WALKED.:. If. a MACE'
talus about l.riiNV. ) toluuiex and the .
: their play, "Captain Racket" had a finer last week to remain for some time.
imperial library of St. Petersburg JOHN R. WALKER & CO.
outing, a good time and a sleepy journey Mrs. C. A. Horton and two grandchildren about the value number. ,

home with little dieappoiotmenttacked are visiting relatives in Fort Pierce.
away down in their pockets at the small Makes digestion and assimilation perfect Tit sville Fla., :
Miss Fannie lIoke enjoyed her visit in Make new red blood and bone.
x house which greeted them. They probably Cocoa with her brother and sister, Mrs.J. That's what HoUifter's: hanky Mountain
have by this experience Yarned tie A. Hoke. Tea will d,1. A tonic for the sick and
'' value of rinter'i ink as an aid to cones ....k. a) cents, tea or tablets.! AeV DRY GOODS
Fishing has been good this section
in your druzit.4a i .
the boards in Cocoa
u The play being put on ,
: ately. Home of the men have ken makn .
s' Thursday night was too late in
on .
. trtrf I rlliri.iu.TM .
_' the wetk for a report to b* given in the big ngg1f'M" \\ >n ilLa- ICadtcI aw iu-r stout (

county papers, and the play being pnt on Baker, fluke, Beaojean andAdams sister \rl'slOt..l for the part of ainTilo 5L.,.. CLOTHING
night of the have almost completed the workon her "
; stTitusville on Thursday (OUUlil"Ut:1' "Sarah ,
:, next W'f"k1 one night too early for Mayor Stewart's l ou e. dear, you l<*>k: JjLe a shepherds* who

the report of the Ooc: *>a production to be Mrs. S. B Whitacre and daughter, hat Just dined on the flo;k." GENTS' FURNISHINGS

,- {Htbluhed, therefore no one knew of themerits Miss Mattel WhitAcre, leave here soon fur tusk
Tired ,,
of the pay Had the play Un a sammer's visit in Hnntington, In.). out, cannot
sleep, eat or work, terms AI! if she would
'. put on the boards here on Tuesday or Mrs. John Goole, who is spending iy to Jlister'i R-xky MOUB- SHOES .

. Wedneday night and at TituiviHe the some time at Hotel Carleton had her Lain Tea mikes strong; nerves and rich

text Friday or Saturday eight then the daughter, Mrs. Mum, of lowland, tflooil.druTrist.5> rents tea or tablets. Ak .
lprs would have given full credit and 'spending. week with her at this pope

Would have teen much better rit ,,
-report tar hotel. A SrorrhU l..r. MILLINERY

ten btiegfmh in the minds::W scribe, Mrt;ftI. Nathan Dowoej and G. S. Sned- In the year 31>> hardly a drOll of rain

and the public at the hub would have eker bate finished painting the Carter fell in KuRliu.1, and *),( W jeode| died ,

wanted to see the r! of famine.
cottage, which add much to its good
Tu &w. kt-DOthinl like a bright new dais c-.... B..... FURNITURE
to aUract attention. Heat coffee tpan L..tunrlndJng to
hot weather is a great tax upon
the di ctive per of babies; whn Miss Helea Milkr and the Misses Agnes obtain tie bv.t flavor and do not grind

puny and fWhJe they thonld be given a and Fern Gtbba left Ut week for Via at all\ until Jmt about ti> me ia c :c:= =--= -"
few doe i of White's Cream Vermifuge, their home at &ll1ill They have beenpleasant order tw senar the fall .tmrth. : ::
tl>. rhi'Jren's tonic. It will stimulate We want your patronage.Our .
and facilitate the dfI"'uln of their bud, rutIIU! of their lter, Mrs. L A. Fends Care Wi Dyspepsia.Mrs .

.O that t1l't11k'>oi ft DWOOJ* f&1OO. healthy Peek, and their bn/bt faces are missed.Mrs. S. Untlor.of Fort WHJUm tnUrio aim Is to please YOU.

,, and active. SoU by Red Crort I'harmacy H.O. Sn deker Mrs. Slew Cana-U, who hi wgerrd qaile a
.- New Date
Gallia Up-to Goods
and Eaa : Pharmacy.Mi in
;I nomrT to f yen fr'-n dfiP"1..ia an'l great every
L Mrs. G.
and dioghter Edith S. &ed ker .paint in the stomach W'A ivued by her
:> "'--:. kOC1U.&lHU and two daughters, Blanche and Florence drogjwt to take C1lam taio'. Stomachaiil Line.

_ ._ EU Sing'etoa; viwteJ Titaiviik ; Mrs. Eigar Jones and son Ou, are Liver Tables 'rte did !O and MJ: Mail orders receive 4
i"l find that they have wee prompt and
week. among the MetboBrneites wboare m!! a great
:4.-al of pjod. I hare new had any t 11i -
Ulorious aoor.ltUt ai lts for cycling lug a rest and oatin at Melbourne Beach i fvi'ieg since I began using them" Ittroqloktl careful attention. 1

w. U4 laaacb p rtka. Miss Ibdt. Ooh. y, wbahu spot : with dtprf.ia or indlgvHion
why not take then ub>t% KM well and:
x Etr.andMra W. E Hall are recta.week. several months at her aid home with her I tfay well For sale by Rnl Cross JOHN R. WALKER & CO. Titaille Fla. .

4 .- 'tJltgattbettte.bore this mother, Mrs. John Minor left here last Icy ,

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