The Florida star.

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The Florida star.
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Place of Publication:
Titusville ; Cocoa, Fla.
S.W. Harmon
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Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers. -- Titusville (Fla.)
Newspapers. -- Cocoa (Fla.)
Newspapers. -- Brevard County (Fla.)
Newspapers -- Florida ( LCSH )
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.
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Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note:
Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
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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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:' 1 GENERATI. <...DIREOTORY, t : .vatst. Those in heavy.'woolen ,.and _'J..' 1n'I" ;( 'If!- ;_5 :S... v"i- .(,.";':.-' ...-.. .k-- .;. "'

; even In-:Bllk :have the funniest little
< r80CIE'1'_ ES. I postilions. back -
m, : Chambray,seems
- "TTTUSVILLE 'BOARD.'OF-,OF-TBADE-G: to,have'gained;the' favor of everybody.. :
.Bobbing president;!.JL Dixont\reasarerJ; Blshopisleeve -:and surplice fronts .5 _
are &
G,Bast,secretary, Meets Second, Wednes s

.', day night. in eyh.jpqntlf at their rooms- with a 'white.collar: and vest, .
front Ribbon belts :Many a i. i
may Jae,worn with
: F. &'@rIiicU I River lodge, No.90, holds. them, 'and In' many ways' chambray girl. is : :
;its meetings the second and fourth Eriday waists :
are the
most.satisfactory of an bci 'P1I4 ,
evenings of each month
at the court house.
.._ .' A..A._Stewart.:W.H.;.IVJUMorgan.Secfr .i the:wash ones.The list of wash waists I Ii / ix' .
Is a large'one / .
and'among .them '
are \ ,
r" .- -'.. .;. "lOWN. .. .,- 'DIRECTORY. ,. r sheer white_lawns, dotted and.plain: r when

".' TOWN' OFFICEBS.-' D. Penney,mayor; white linen, silk gingham, plain and doesn/t
;:- M.S.Jones Ji, marshal and tAX collector dotted; sheer. linen! with lace'Insertions, the least ; /
;_: C.8. Schnyler,:clerk and treasurer; John fine tucks and plain white linen stitch- 'r She'can't 'I ,
r-: Henry, assessor; D. L Gaulden, F. A. Los ed In box ., _
ley, J.M.'Dixon; /G. F,.Daren, Jno.R. Walker plaits. After,the wash waists falls, .asleep l is 'we '1 0 ,a .
Ii:.: councilmen. -The council ,meets first come the twilled flannel, albatross and and a. Il 4 G -
r\" Tuesday in each month.- black and white! brilllantine., All these tired all .w.. ; G

.i ': COUNTY have .blshop'sl ves. The silk ones And what can '
t. DIRECTORY. have fancy sleeves, with undersleevesIn pect? ''Her brain '""

It.n c. COUNTY, FFICEBS.-A:D.Penney, ..Titus- great variety, but they are nearly all fed'with
4"' .. ville,county"jndgevJaa. '.ndrews,* Titus. tucked .
and In
[ >: vUlQ prosecuting attorney; 'A. A. Stewart some cases the fronts and her whole 1
fi-:; TitusTUleclerk .circuit court; J.. F.Woot- are BO arranged that they would serve ; suffering from ,
4/cj04/eigt01j .
enC'A>coa;;tax assessor. .Wf.HalI,8harpes, for_short jacke s. Made 'up, these cost .
fFf".... tax collector F. H. :Boye. Titasyille, from $5 to ?50. For just these reasonsI Such girls are

:., tendent treasarerR.E.Mims public instruction,Botiaventuresuperin-;'J. O. Fries,.Ti- have' always held that women should fully helped ( ( [

: tusville, county surveyorJ.. P. Brown know how to make' their own-garments. changed>, by (( ,
t; tusyille;sheriff;T.J." (Cockshutt, LaGrange, Such a waist can be made at home for ,

f. registration officer, less than one-fourth: the expense.OLIVE .
f Titusville,chairman;W.H.Sharpe,Sharpes; ____BETWEEN____ 4
2. Jos.MendelLaGrange; E.A.Conkliag,Till-
'. man: 'JL N.Waller. Ankona. Regular 'ses- "I had Diles so- ,bad--'- I- could get r\n.. rec.t AND NEW YORK '
art: .sions are held first;Monday in each month: nor find's cure until I tried DeWitt's -
. :;>i-. Witch Hazel Salve. After using it once, Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways.
Titusville; R. N. Andrews Cocoa; .C. P. forgot I ever" had anything like piles.." Steamships in the Coastwise Service.
Platts, Fort Pierce. E. C. Boice. Soraers Point, N. Y. Look
ont for imitations: Be sure you ask for NEW EXGLAXD AM SOUTHERN LINES

P DeWitt's. Wilson:.&. Son. Hundreds of _-_Direct Service Between____ '

SE8ONABLL1STS.I I of schoolgirls Boston and Providence, and All Eastern Points.
i it during the past .
, GREATER( WASHINGTON. of Calling at Charleston both ways. .'-
Many these '
I ', Olive Harper Tells of the Styles and SE n.WEEKLY SAILINGS. ;
;; 'Materials. have homes of Wharf, Bo ton. Northboutd-From foot of Catherine Street. Jacksonville
N Plant For Beautification of the National ST. JOINS RIVER LINE. : ,
w l i; Special correspondence of The Florida Star. They .
cured diem
q- NEW YORK, April 2,-As If there were ,
Special correspondence of The Florida, tar. Jacksonville and Sanford
the ,
not enough already to attract woman- .they give
WASHINGTON, March 20.-There seemsto '
t .kind Into the jlry goods stores, they cine to theirown Astor, St. Francis Beresford (DeLand), Blue Springs, and -- !
i'.: : now have concerts every day to make be a fair prospect that in the not dis- You can afford intermediate landings on St. Johns River. .
tant future shall realize
rt chopping an unmixed delight To sit we somethingof that OF JACKSONVILLE," CAPT. W. A. SHAW, --.; ....
our dream of the "Greater Washington. Sarsaparilla
is appointed to sail follows
as :
; ,down at.a counter whereon there are t
." The forces seem to be at last at tested for half a
':; thousands of dollars' worth- f. beautiful 3:30 p. m. Sundays,Tuesdays and Thursdays.
-- work in real earnest for the adornment, SI.ooa bottle. AU
:: :- silks and while choosing' the one ., Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. ;
beautification and improvement of the If four bowels
: you want to have soft strains of music< take SCHEDULE. Northbound i
I national capital upon a most extensive pated Ayer's
: float to you from some Invisible source scale. It will take'some years to carryout can't have good _____________ Jacksonville' __________ ____._________Arrive 2 00 up am
., is to of.some of its worst the details of the general scheme, you have daily __________ .____-PalatkA__________________."-______Leave 8 00 pm '.
;. horrors; for the 'music certainly, quiets bowels. 25 cts.a bor."One ___________ ______Astor_______________,.___________, 2 30 pm
the and knows howone's but-when they are completed Washington box of Ayer's _____________St. Francis_______________.______ 100 pm
: nerves, no one will be_unrivaled by any capital In dyspepsia." L.D.C ___________Berrsford (D Land)_,________________. 12 00 n'n
!. nerVes do get set on edge until the world. The plans embrace the con- Jan.12,1899. ____________--_Bine Springs______ _________________ 1100 am
;. one goes shopping. Write the _________--______Sanford__________________--______ 9 30 am
struction of the memorial bridge
across If yon have any
::: Materials for pretty summer frocks and desire the best and Ticket Office 204 West Street Jacksonville Fla. .
the Potomac which has long been con- Bay ,
can possibly receive J
claim amount of attention
an equal much freer You will
with the new waists. The waists are templated and about which has ply,without) cost. A ,JB., F. P. A.204 West Bay St.. Jacksonville, Fla. r
been written; a new and palatial executive DB.J.C.AYER Passenger Agent, C. P. LOVELL, Asst. Fla. Supt. '
Intended for the most to be
part worn mansion a temple of justice .New York. Foot Hogan St.,Jacksonville, Fla.
with black or very dark skirts. Whole which will form a fitting abode for the Freight Agent JOHN L.HOWARD, Superintendent,

suits are seen, naturally, but the sepa- judicial branch of the government, extensive St., Jacksonville.Fla. Foot Hogan St., Jacksonville, Fla.
rate waist is, it seems, a fixture in the and Where the Guilt Lay. General \lauli er. WM. P. CLYDE& CO., General Agents. 4
'i: -art-- galleries, ; n- complete 19 State Street,Opposite Battery Park New York. i
'i economy of dressing. Some of the silk system of parks and boulevards.One play was entirely

| waists'are made, so that they resemblej of the last things the senate did "Yes-that is, if yon

j j an Eton with long tabs in front, and before adjourning was to adopt a reso- author."-Indianapolis

,* yet there is none bold enough to dare lution directing the committee on the .

(. to speak of them as other than "sepa District of Columbia 'to consider and Thousands Have a

rate waists." There are many black report plans for the development and
and 0
silks laid in close tucks and others improvement of the entire park systemof Don't

;, where the fine featherbone piping cord the city of Washington.. The reso- How To Find =
Is run in, and this holds the silk in the lution authorizes the, committee to sit Fill a bottle or common ,
of round This makes water and let it stand !I
.- prettiest pipes. during the recess .and to secure the T't; U
such a novel and rich fabric that services of experts, the expense to be I Jr

scarcely any trimming.Is needed. Speak. paid. out of the contingent. fund of the.
'Ing of featherbone reminds me of anew senate. The committee will consult o\ FOR USING

: wrinkle calculated to give the new the best known landscape artists in the ; :

"set" to all kinds of thin skirts. They country and from the plaps submitted i

would fall In at the feet, and as skirts I by them will recommend to congress at 0 H

for nice wear are to be longer than before its next meeting a comprehensive plan 9

,_ it requires some sort of stay, so for dealing with the entire park sys- !:1 n :

., they sew the wide skirt bone along the tem of .the city. .... ei

inside of the lining about eight' inches The proposed new executive mansionis convincing proof that the

above the hem. but yet "a castle in the air," being der are out of order. g :

Then the balayeuse ruffle Is set just still only in the stage of discussion. What to e''

below, and that gives a most perfect However as a possibility of the futureIt There is comfort in :

hang to the skirt. Even crepe de chine is interesting. It is proposed to often expressed,' that Dr. ;: !

__ comes out well under this treatment. erect a new executive mansion on a wish Root, in the curing great kidney i cure functional and : 1 ,
.And this kind bfxcrape and all the soft hill overlooking the Potomac, about a gas- t
back, kidneys, liver,
', and clinging stuffs like albatross lansdowne -. mile north of the present White House of the

and creponette and, In short at the head or Sixteenth street.: Th:.* to hold urinary water and passage. of the stomach and :

o dozens of other materials having the would be the president's official residence it, or bad effects I

heavy and: flexible qualities of china while thepresent mansion one wine or beer, and '
the health of the : :
:, .crape are all in this season's goods mile south directly down Sixteenth necessity of being I to en- .
After crepe de chine the lansdownesand street would be used for the presi i during the day, and to get '
albatross cloths are the best in dent's office. That bit of Sixteenth during the night. The j b e ..
effect of setting
ordinary y every organ
style, quality and beauty._ The albatross street, between the old and the new realized. It stands the II .

is all wool; the lansdowne half White House it is proposed to name derful cures of the most L @)

;. silk and the crepe de chine is all silk. Executive avenue. The new building If you need a medicine k* II

., One thing women ought to be told project calls for a tract of 52 acres on best. Sold by druggists in j

since they do not seem to know It and near the hill. The president: would You may have a \ stimulate normal flow .

themselves-that is. all these materialsare live on the second floor and would hold wonderful discovery II. a

so heavy in draping that they his great social functions on the first and a book that tells
about it both '
would do well to remember that every floor. The establishment would havea more ; JUice..
absolutely free by mail,
.- fold of anything shows beneath the winter garden, two palmhouses and I I address Dr. Kilmer & iJ

surface, and. when bustles are worn conservatories, and the new east room Co., Binghamton, N.Y. It

they are too evident, and nothing; can would be decorated in white, pink and tion reading this generous I ey prevent fermentation in ,

hide them. If one feels like having a gold with mirrored sides. Looking

little morA apparent fullness about,, the from the mansion high above the city ) ch and intestines
hips it is much better to have a full and the Potomac, the view would be t t .
Notice is hereby given
gathered skirt of eider down there. It one of the most beautiful in the world.A six mouths from date I Vi

need not reach to. the bottom, but scheme to surround the base of accounts and to t'ie ey relieve gastric and intes 11 l

'.'. only around 'the back portion of the Washington monument, which now den county judge of .'"
little hilltop. da, for my discharge as .'
in this abruptly from a .
<, hips. I have seen two made arises esta'e of Cornelia S. 1 pain
[" manner, and the result is so much better with a handsomely arranged portico or gtunli ..n of Walter J. B. ,

1 that I do not hesitate to recommend colonnaded court Is favorably considered t 'I '..

: ,. it to women for consideration. and if carried out will greatly shaft.enhance guardian of ; act at once, and continue e :. :
of this
f. The thin goods of recent importation the grandeur great TiTL'sv ILI.F. FLA., \ V
are canvas veiling woven in open mesht Still another proposition is to beautify :

with wire finish in all the new color.?. the western approach to the capitol 1 as long as food remains in :
veiling in Structures of a most ordinary kind now
Etamine grenadine
y.l black and colors, nuns' cloth, mostlyembroidered trout the western central entrance to Reliable man f i 1 tract : j \
where they interrupt j
:t In self colors in all sorts of the capitol Branch Office we
To obviate -
1 arabesques; silk and wool eollans,somewhat Pennsylvania avenue. _.,'
l like openwork poplin, and silk this it Is proposed to buy a In'tht'block, this vicinity. If cost only five cents for I i

]r warp crape, a new fabric expected to clear away the buildings and K, here is an ";/

} wear well If it wears as well as it grand plaza arranged erect an -impos- give good reference but II ".' !
so sis a es at all drug stores. ;;
"Uncoln gate" tend porticoes .f-
? looks, it, a boon. Some of the lug .: : i iI
obstruct the','Iew of the capitol THE A. T. MORRIS
I' St
of art and not to '
challies are erltable,works CINCINNATI. .
I there Is silk muslin with polka dots as one approaches from the west. Th'swould I
a .
add greatly to the beauty of the Illustrated I et b4 try tsar..t. .. ... as .. 1q
in white on a colored surface and a yrobn( Jifa. OM m. reitat *.. u e 1Nri k-tPl'aS! m a* .
environments and is a, suggestion 80" & P'.A.'S.CIIIItIIIIq..Mi.: .. ..,... ,. 1
Per- capitol .
the .
In all .
!-i thin yet strong considerationIn :piaa ".-mar1I1I1,, M"' _J .
\,. scan designs.' This makes up, hand- that should receive HB.Bwia.WOM.M.B.lWIrt.lf A'1", .- l'
JPiso s u ,
scheme of Improvementand ;
the general !
comely; and some of it was half covered which Washing-- "CUSLSWHlfiE ALL wi .
with flounces. It probably is a embellishment -w I Best Cough Syrop.
canvas weave. tonlans confidently expect to see car in time. .Sold b 11. |.l6l.| IClS 4. '
the next few b
effect during
The waists are made without yoke ried into .
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+- ',,.'. 8 THE FLORIDA, STAR : ,]FRIDAY, APRIL 5, 19C -

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,,: ; .":, .. COCOA, BUSINESS DIRECTORY. and get ,someone who will look a little MELBOURNE BUSINESS DIRECTORY. -

.-, closer after the roads in and about Rock MELBOURNE STATE s9
l 000. J. H. Phillips,president; M.Horton'
D. D.8.=Offices over The 'India River ledge?
> cashier. The only bank on the lower river uruitTo
Drug Co'sstores,the leading Drugestablish.meat -
ir..O.V.. Blakeslee wife and daughter and the of
of the Indian riv country. pineapple region Brevard county
Miss Phoebe left Sunday for
their northern home m New' Haven, Ct., T
-' : Grocers, the largest stock of General iMDOa
Florida. after a few months spent at their. homein BROTHERS.> Dry Goods Ship LEGAL
..:. ; Merchandise on the east coast of Chandlery,and Shelf Hardware, Pipe and raise good fruit CATALOGUE.THE .

,.. .-. ';( _... Can meet all competition. Write for prices. South Rockledge.' It is a sad home fittings,Clothing, Paints and Oils, Grocer-

; returning t them'as their, elder daugh- ies. Marine railway, steamer for. charter. #
HINDLE-Undertaker and Embalmer
'' '' ... WILLIAM. Bicycles and Sewing Machine sup-- ter died 'since. they left New Haven in you must have Potash. H. L W. B. DREW
; ; .' plies,Tinning and Pipe ,Fitting, Repairing the fall. CO N PANY.
._ of Every Description. Agent for Beveridge : P. PLATTS and Fertilizers containingat 4
Steam Cooker.. Rev. Henry Keigwin, Presbyterian Sy- Physician Snrgeon. BLANKSf i
Calls to any point/on the river promptly JACKSONVILLE.rut. .
nodical missionary for Florida, stoppedin
answered. Fo Florida. '
t Pierce.
FRANK'LIPP-Practical Shoemaker. Forty Rockledge) on Tuesday, after spendingthe least 8 to 10% of .

.: years experience; all kind of repairing Palmetto Hall Mer-
'. previous night at ,
nice and also ladies'and men'sshoes MELBOURNE.Mrs. 4
: ti done cheap;
-. .. ritt. He left the afternoon train for Potash will best
y made. to order. on Wm. Treutler of Eau Gailie: give JONH N. c STOCKTON President,
Miami to attend the East Florida Presby THOMAS P. DENHAM, Cashier,
: ..., ._'-'. THE'Bread TRAFFORD, made of high BAKEEY.grade flour-First, sent quality to any tery. He was accompanied by Mr. A. R. and spent Mrs.last John Saturday Goode.with her friends, Mr. results on fruits of all JAMES D. BAKES, Ass't. Cashier

; addressal8onever.failinghome-madeyeast Moore, of Merritt..... .
r-.. ,cakes., Ice Cream every Saturday. Miss Wells and friend.
Gladys are
.' '\ Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Weaver left on kinds.Write National Bank of 4
t c'4 GO TO J. M. SANDERS, The Old Reliable Tuesday for their home at Clintondale, from New York spending a few days with It

1 Store for good, fresh and reliable goods Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Wells. .
: Goods Saddlery, Crockery, N. Y., Opposite Poughkeep'sie-on for which shouldpe
-rG such as Dry our pamphlets, :
'r line of Groceries. Hudson. Mr.'Weaver has occupied the Miss Mamie Taylor and Miss Susie
Hats,Trunks and a full in farmer's library. of FloridaCAPITAL
) position of bookkeeper for Mr. G. N. Jonnson drove down from Eau Gailie every the State

t;4 :V JARVIS Pleasant HOUSE-Open location facing all the the'year river on round.riverfront Hatch the past winter. At the first fall last Monday to call on friends.Mr. They are sent free.

Rates$2.00 per day,special terms by of snow they will want to turn their faces Ernest Hadley left on Tuesday for GERMAN KALI WORKS, 10000000. t

: the week or month. toward the sunny south, and we trust his summer home in Indiana. Ernest 93 Nassau St., New York. ,

they will again find their way to Rock- Designated depository of the State of Flor-
has a host of friends here who will miss 1
ledge. Bill For Divorce. ida, and of the City of Jacksonville. Solicits j

u.{ : : I 1ND1ftN RIVER(R RIPPLES.a l( him.Mrs. In the Circuit Court in and for Brevard accounts of all classes and offers every facility

a V Rev. W. E. Smith closes his services in Winters and friend, Miss Smith, County, Florida.-In Chancery. consistent with prudent banking. Recognizing .,
the needs of that class who accumulate a '
next morning at
Rockledge on Sunday
rr i' Paragraphs Personal and Newsy Briefs returned to Jacksonville Wednesday after Annie E. Pronger ] surplus, we will allow interest on time de-
the chapel, and with his wife and littleson enjoying a visit at the home of Mr. and vs. } posits.' We invite attention to the statement

. k at Towns Along:the Coast.COCOA. will turn their faces northward to Mrs..E. P. Branch. Ernest C. ProngerTo below, condensed from our last official reportto

their home in New York next week. It Ernest C. Pronger: It is hereby ordered the honorable controller of the currency:
John Maltman of Los that at the clerk's office at Titus-
) Mr. Scott An- you appear
is that Mr. Smith and his charm-
ville. Florida, to the bill of complaint en- CONDENSEDSTATEMENT
1 .Miss Annie May Whipple, of Eden, is ing family will return to minister to the geles, Cal., left last Tuesday after spend- tered against you in the above entitled causeon

aVV '. the guest of Mrs. S. S. Jones.Kate's people here next year. Everyone feels ing a delightful] month at the home of the 3rd day of May, 1901. Otherwise the OF CONDITION
his sister Mrs. R. W. Goode. same will be taken against you as confessed;
heart benefitted after listening to one of his At close of business 5 1901.
lost a key- the one to her uplifting and furt er that this order be published oncea February '
'! -and the finder of it says he'll cling to sermons and cannot, but be impressed Last Monday evening Mrs. L. Skinner week for four ((4)) consecutive weeks in THE As called for by Comptroller.

J ; it forever. by his earnestness in trying to do entertained at Grand View cottage the FLORIDA STAB, a newspaper published in '

; the people'good and building up Christ's following friends: Mr. and Mrs. H. 0. said county and state. RESOURCES.

Three weddings for this week are re- ; kingdom.Mr. Snedeker, Mrs. Nettleton and daughter, Done and ordered at the Clerk's office at Loans and discounts-_____________$265f 22.10 1

-j ported. Another matrimonial epidemichas Mrs. E. P. Branch, Mrs. Winters, Mr. Titusville D. 1901. Florida this 1st day of April, A. Overdrafts_________________-_____ 731.01 '
Louis McDowell of the
one pro- United States bonds and other -
struck Cocoa. and Mrs. R. [Seal] A. A. STEWABT,
W. Goode, Mr. and Mrs. G. Stocks and
prietors of Hotel Indian River, left on Bonds253,262.85
School closes on Friday (today) and the Tuesday for St. Augustine, where he has Snedeker, Mrs. Tenny, the Misses Smith, By JOHN HENRY Clerk, Deputy Circuit Court.Clerk. Banking house furniture and Fix., 44,417.62Other '

will real estate owned__________
1 children and teachers enjoy a picnic .Annie and Jessie Goode and Mr. John 9,90178
interest in of the hotels. The Indian
the after- Cash and Due from other banks 102,218.52
during Maltman.
at Dr. Seofield's: place
j .. River will be under the same man- ANKONA.
... .1
noon. agement next year. It has been quite The masquerade ball at Ft. Pierce last $676,453.88
... Dr. L. T. Daniel is one of the busiest Pineapple Growers' Meetiug.
; : popular because of its Saturday night LIABILITIES.
a Friday was well attended and passed off
in town. His rooms are full of patients .
men dentist'schair. dances, with our young people, who have At a meeting of pineapple growers, pleasantly.Mrs. Capital stock -------______________$100,000.00Surplus

awaiting their turn in the enjoyed its fine music and excellent held at Eden on March 6th, 'the follow E. M. Saylor and her daughter, I. and profits______________ 5,873 40

floors. The myriads of beautiful multicolored ing agreement was entered into and Circulating notes_____-.__________ 100,000.00 a
; i V The people come and the people go, about the and the signed by most of those A Mies Alice, are spending some time at Dividends uncalled for___________ 200.00
exceeds he lights grounds, present. gen- Ormond and Daytona.Mr. Deposits.________..__ __________ 470,380.48
'- ; :' and the exodus, just now, \ dream music, combined with tropical eral committee was appointed in chargeof
Fisher of Boston and Mr. E. H.
: influx i>y a big majority. But we have foliage and moonlight made one feel as the movement, with sub committeesin $676,453.88
Walker have been with two
us a day or ,
had a big season nevertheless. if in the land of the fairies and gnomes. the different districts, to interview
but have again the former to Bos-
gone ,
; l Cocoa's crying need is a large hotel. A The busy season is drawing to a closeat those not present: ton and the latter to Miami. The Most Complete

dollar house that will accommodate "Whereas, An expected keener com-
i two- a day a rapid rate. The season has been Groves here are looking splendid now,
three hundred people. A petition from foreign fruit, together witha
two or
+ short, swift and crowded. There has just one mass of bloom. Pineapples are f
house of that size would all the larger local crop, renders combination t
pay year been and made
more spent more
money full of fruit and growing well in this Electrical Suppler
round. among ourselves as to the proper market
frolic and gaiety, more work for busy magnificent weather and after the fine

' : It la said that Miss Lizzie Hughlett is people than has been experienced for ing and distributing of our fruit more showers we had last week. .

ri : improving her opportunities and become many years. ,The hotels and boardinghouses ; than ever necessary; and and
"Whereas The small and decreasing
': ing an expert in dainty pastry, to all of have been crowded to their ut- ,
patronage given to the I. R. & L. W. P.
which her father the doctor fully most and turned There area
: can many away. l
16V ;; testify. Ask him. goodly number of people here yet. The G. association renders it of no value to Construction House In the South. I
us as a marketing medium; therefore
New Rockledge is full and The Plaza has s
I Miss Emma Thursby, the famous songs "We, the undersigned pineapple grow- I--
turned the week. The
many away
tress and sister, Miss Ina Thursby, and of of Florida
Indian River closed on Friday and itsguests ers east coast agree among ..THE.. ,
Mrs. Olea Bull Vaughn are guests of the ourselves to appoint Mr. James Williamson -
moved other and
on to resorts
Misses Thursby's brother, Mr. L. Thurs of our agent for distributing our fruit on

,'.- by, of Merritt. Mrs. Vaughn is a daughter scenes pleasure. as far as practicable similar lines to those t \ JOhllSOniIWCompafly:

r;': of Ole Bull, the great violinist. Thus Stepped Into Live Coals. outlined<< in the marketing system of theI. -0-
t Merritt is honored by the presence oft R. & L. W. P. G. association. Al
"When a child I burned foot fright- All kinds of batteries and
of international fame.ROCKLEDGE. my battery
people "We believe we will have the amount ..- Ifi
fully, writes W. H. Eads, of Jonesville, renewals for gas engine ignition
Va., "which caused horrible leg sores for of crop set opposite our names, and we -. .----- ,
_ .
30 years, but Bucklen's Arnica Salve further agree to only consign it throughour -- bells, annunciators and burglar

,.... Mr. Wm. Merwin returned home Monday wholly cured me after everything else said agent provided the growers of 75 alarms constantly on hand.

7: after a few weeks' visit at Savannah, fai ed." Infallible for burns, scalds, cuts, per cent. of the crop enter into this HEAD ,

l1't.! sores,.bruises and piles. Sold by Wilson agreement." Lighting Plants ) Lines
Ga.Mr. & Son and J. B. ,
Screven. 25c.
left When \
0. J. Cutler and family on the necessary signatures have ACHE

! ; Saturday for their home in West Chester been received a general meeting will be installed in any part
.p Ohio. held at Jensen to further perfect arrangements Is only one form of the suffering result- of the state.

Mr. Lawson has returned Mr. and Mrs. Bisbee were up to Geor- and appoint a board of directorsfor ing from a diseased condition of the

-x. Magruder giana Tuesday in their rowboat. present year. sensitive womanly organism. The only Write us for information.
has been !
l t home from Tampa, where
way to cure headache is to cure the
for some time. He is now with his parents I The Wilkinson brothers will be ship- The almost unanimous support which diseases which cause it. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.

t at the homestead in South Rock- ; ping bean next week from the Jerome the movement has received renders it The use of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription -

;. ledge. place. probable that the good old times in which has been the means of curing GEO. M. BOBBINS, F. A. MoRGAN
over IX cent. of our was mar- thousands of
per crop of headache backache
women ,
4;. ; Miss Elsie Smith returned from Stetson Fine growing weather with plenty of President. Actuary.
keted will he female weakness and other
through one agent again; repeated forms
.t t- university last week, and left yester- rain. The orange trees are unusually and the serious loss arising from of disease peculiar to woir- i. It establishes BRWARDbstraet} .:
her mother Mrs. II. Julius full of bloom. --- -- --', -- --
, day with indiscriminate consignments avoided. regularity, dries weakening drains, --- ----------- -

Smith, and her brothers for Pompton Mr. E. R. Provost has been shipping. Notices have been sent out calling a meet- heals inflammation and u'f eration and of Title 4

Lakes, N. J. beans every week since the frost and get- ing for purposes already referred to, at cures bearing-down pains. ......,.,.-- ;
Mr. Geo. Sebrine it is said ting big prices for them. Jensen town hall 9th "I think if it were not for your'Favorite Pre (
i! on Tuesday<< April scription' I would have been in my grave," COMPANYWill
r the south of the L. Wooten at 1:30 and all writes Mrs. Edwin H. Gardner, of ,
: property just Mr. S. A. O teen is now seen riding p. m., pineapple growersare Egypt Plymouth -

j r V : place and will build a residence thereon around on his new bicycle. He learnedto cordially invited to attend, so as to me, and Co.such, Mass.a dragging, Box 14. ft feeling I had pain it seemed all over I furnish abstracts of title

f the coming season. This is good news, ride in a very short time. secure as far as possible friendly concerted could not do my house work. I had to sit downto for lands in Brevard county.
wash the dishes, even. In the 1897
: and we trust it is so. action. OFFICE UN ER IAW OFFICE OF
Mr. D. L. Hancock and Mr. Ennis to sick I did not care to live and prayed many
; times that God would take me. One day I GEO. M. EOBIi 'S, TITUSVILLE, FLA.
Jb r Mr. and Mrs. Win. H. Laughlin, of were doing some repair work on the resi- thought I would write to Dr. Pierce. In a few
:/ i Canton, 0., who have been sojourners at dence of Mrs. Thomas Green this week. The biggest land bargain in the pine- days I received an answer. I decided to try his -
apple belt; forty acres partially improved.For medicine and today I am a well woman. I haveno
_: the Hotel Indian River, have gone to St. particulars and prices address Lock headache no pain at all I used always to EAST COAST MEAT MARKET.

., Augustine and are at the Magnolia hotel BOVINE.Mr. have headaches previous to the monthly period,
box Titusville. and such pain that I would roll on the floor in
.,--:1: in Ye Ancient Citie. Henry Savage, of Savage, was in agony. This sometimes would occur every two G. F DUAEN, Agent,
1 weeks, and I would be weak afterward. I
'" J The continued cold weather has kept Bovine most of last week looking after Treasurer's Statement.APRIL was in pain all over. very My feet would slip from

back the bloom of the orange trees, buta his cattle. under me when I would tr- to go across the -
1, 1901. room and I could not walk/any distance with- ;
few warm days have loaded the trees The cowboys will start Thursday, the out being in pain. I took three bottles of Florida
with a wealth of bloom that gives great 4th to Ft. Pierce Balance cash on hand Mar. 1,1901. $ 2,677.11 Favorite Prescription' and three of Golden
nearly .
cow hunting.Now Medical and three vials of '
Amount received in Mar., 1901___ 2,588.41 Discovery' Doctor I. and
;& promise for the next crop. is the busiest time in rounding up Pierce's Pellets, and was completely cured."

; Mrs. A. J. Canova and her little daughters the cattle. Total_____________$ ,265.52 Dr. Pierce's Pellets stimulate the liver. \\Vestern\V

have returned from Palm Beach, Mr. Eugene Kinnard's three-yoke ox Less amount paid in Mar., 1901, and 1i'.S 5 52525 SZ525SicacacacaotasasasZS252c5252,9 ;

'V where she spent the winter with her husband team and his two-horse team passed warrants delivered to county commissioners 1V bleats
and board of instruction

and is now at home with her through Bovine this week loaded down --.-._____________-._____2,573.50 gi of all
:K. t mother, Mrs. G. J. Gingras. with groceries for the west side of the $20Teachers i 4

St. Johns and the Balance cash on hand Apr. 1, 190L ?2,692.02The iff'
-l Mr. and Mrs. Hoffman Allen, prominent same would be con- Kinds. \

j people of Richmond, Va., who have tinued every week if we had a road to above amount is held as follows: I

been wintering at The Plaza, left for Osceola county line. Deposited in Indian River State and Prospective Teachers | I'. .
bank, as per cashier's certificate at-
Ponce Park for a short stay before pro- tached to monthly report less check Titusville Florida.
E will find Review Classes at .
ceeding northward, on Saturday. Purify the Blood not in____________.--------_______$3,692.02 S the Lake City College.
the old reliable Botanic Blood B -
By taking
Bessie Smith left for Balances belonging to each fund
Miss are
on Saturday as I
Balm (B. B. B.) cures ulcers scrofula ; :
> Lakes N. J. She preceded the follows: I
Pompton eczema, pimples, itching skin, aching; County revenue, general fund ______$ 11.98 I! $20 Covers all Expensesexcept I -
members of her family few days
other a
bones, boils, carbuncles. If you are all road and bridge -.u__ 6.81 S

: to prepare for their coming. Miss Bessie run down take B. B. B. It will give life, '' building __-.__ 10.90 III &

4. : r will be greatly missed by the young people vigor and strength to the blood. B. .B. B. fine and forfeiture ______ 60.83 railroad fare, for one I -

here. makes the blood pure and rich. Drug feeding prisoners ______ 918sp'l term. Send for circulars to | co. :

gists, $1. Trial treatment free, by writing r'd. fd, DisL2,'99 levy___ 4 43 (Incorporated. Paid
up Capital $25,000.00.
; Mr. W. P. Hill, the popular clerk at Blood Balm Co., Atlanta, Ga. 1 5'99 ... 1,975.35 W. F. YO GUM ) ,
II ,
The Plaza, left on the 30th for LaGrange, .. .. 2 5,, ',00 00 ___ 528.25 6006 This company owns lands

Ills. Mr. Hill made for himself many WANTED.-Capable, reliable person in game walden fund-- --_-. 20.00 Lake City Fla. in the Indian River Coun-
.. ,
i friends, while in Rockledge, among the every county to represent large company of property of deceased persons .J try, on the St. Lucie Riverat

__..___ ._____._______
people who wish for his return solid financial reputation; $936 salary per fund 1.80 ] i2S25H52SSS252SaS2SHSTl } ] New River
,'. young another year, payable weekly; $3 per day absolutelysure school fund ________________ 2.43 and on Bis'cayne :

; season. and all expenses; straight, bona-fide, JORDAN & LYNCH, Bay. .

V k:5 'V Where is the road commissioner for definite salary, no commission; salary paid TotaL$2,692.02 1TREAL
:' this district? We would respectfully call Saturday expense money F. H. BOYE, TIMES. j
334 Dear- '*
County Treasurer.
his attention to the wretched condition born street, Chicago. Loans, Notary Public, Send for land list. "to !

of Barton avenue. If be has more than Believes Pyny-Balsam Stops the Tickling, Collections, Typewriting, Stenography. OFFICES AT j
Fyny-Baliam Bight Away
he an attend to," why not sub-district it and makes a speedy end coughs and c 1d8. and quickly allays Inflammation in the throat. TITUSVILLE, FLA. TITUSVILLE AND MIAMI

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'of' : glen lint .nainrstryJto Great :Britain Jo be secre '-8.'Presson;"PiBSSohville, Kan., writes: If* troubled with"5 :rheumatism .give

,.;:.. ," "" _. _" ,.(t J. hesq'were youths', and by pet- tart of,;"the::treasury, under'Fresidept "Nothing like'Fol Y'8' Honey and Tar? Cb mberl in's'.Fain-Bairn a trial. It will

r.- ; _.rc-L.-.f._ &Ue5.Thsf ibe.BrtHt4' l tettorat 1! .andjlong! ;.gontinaedpersuiision John Quincy ,Adams.'. In the fortiesRush'vacated'tae'bouse is the: universal verdict of all who have not -cost von a, cent if it does no, good,

: 1l-'1 ',. .N J Attempt><: toappreulof ;at:lengtfinnduced.themftolvThm; ; upon his beirig used i it. EsQecialyhas this been true ofconghs One application will relieve the pain

-:' -- .,, >.. ... amp eof.Whit they,. At the. appointed by ,President Polfr as minis accbmrjanying la grippe. Not a It'[ also cores sprains and bruises in one <
',- .8 t.lCo I TbeFtria- IQ ;tline,*exactly -:'quarter"past tertoFrance. single i bottle failed to give relief., Wilson third the' time required by any other
t ; : Shortly afterward Ham-
', '. :I. {UINEAGOLD-COAST_ -.1; (Y.West"' dnlgh-t;' e1w oui=mien led( :Ahi Uton Fish & Son.. treatment. Cats.barns; frostbites quin-:
= then ,In. congress,, moved in in the side and chest
pains ; glanduar -
-'j.; te -.:25.-Dark'saperstltions'and ( .: -tet7ai! certain spot; ht a 'field. !. He and: 'remained until. his retirement from c .A.GTOR.i eey I and other swellings are quickly cured e

.pit es are well nigh as rife the precantfon"to haye.with him the.senate,In .185T. The Fish ..
: .: : !!! 'year Mr. Ha K'ad Yon Haw applying it. Every bottle warranted.
c- ffujnea. negroesfa they.' were : servanjs;and; an J Intelligent! friend. retired the English'.government rented :BetraDe Always BssgM Price 25 and 50e Wilson & Son. }

;! England took to herself the Gold, .that,though*one person' :might the house for- its American: legation, **** f Mr >

fcs'afp i tecfwate.Infant1;t urde deceived_ ,orvse.e"wrong: four. -were and Lord, Napier, arriving shortly after efHasben ,

!. the; marriage of 'Httle! girls are; likely all;to,be deluded. the',lnaug_ uration of President Buchanan "

., :mon,:and witchcraft as rabid as it youths. stipulated. that> under no. took possession. as the British min __ .-Yes, I am always. interestedin

!": '.: 4 for: ajtime'in.New, England 6 should, the prince 'call ister., It" was.thus occupied until 1870. perpetual, motion ideas. I like 'em .
::: ,whole region ,today. by their names 'while they 'were If has ,been the French embassy since Tatters Yer do? What far? ,Hasben-

1-. The'British. government does : the;power. If he did, they told. 1894. ., x $S-unm.Huim:; They never work--Philadelphia: Press. '

''-to stop' these' crimes,'eltb r not they-would not be able to come out

:Ing or not caring. One man alone, it and back to,their normal'state.: A Testimonial From Old'England."I The editor of the Fordville, Ky., Miscellaneous -

.:native; with A skin as black as agreed and they proceeded,to'In consider Chamberlain's Cough Remedy : writes as' a postscript to a business

1 : A prince of the royal house of Ga the witch spell They would, not, r the best in the world for bronchitis," trouble letter: "I was cured of kidney" I'i

! ,'Christian. ; 1-.lev..S. R. S. Abuma, is him what they did and with all Pays'Mr. Williato Savory, of Wanmgton' Take nothing by taking else.Foley's Wilson Kidney'& Son.Cure..- :
,mind bent England. :It has saved my Wif 8 life, .
,ing himself to the bard task.'of. on discovering,, be could
' < ing out nothing. .They stood in she having been martyr to brqnchitis ;
.: one
among, his people practices forever six,years, being most of the time oA.I ,T o ItrA.: .
: lug to civilization.> For this and waved their arms. about. That confined her bed' She is now quite Bean the _rf Tha Kind Yon Haffl Ahvays Bougft p
! invokes both the .all he could see. Suddenly at the well.Sold AQuestionsFor
.. sword of the by Wilson & Son. Bignatur,1 $.
and of the flesh. of from seven 'to ten minutes, I ofThe Women

r He seeks to enforce British : in the presence of four persons Sir Edwin Arnold'says that he .can do I r .

-against the infant slayer as 's mouths jbegan',to and spout from the ,witch, his best work when there is plenty,of! sorrow of yesterday is'as nothing; Are you nervous? %' I

... any other murderer, making it'a : apparently from all noise in the room where he writing. that of today is bearable; .but that of tomorrow Are you completely exhausted
their bodies, playing lambent
punishable with the'death is gigantic, because indistinct.-. Do You suffer every month?

all who'are accessory to the them till they enveloped In Those famous little.pills, DeWitt's Lit- Euripides. '. If you answer "yes" to any_of

babe at fts birth-that for one .- Civilized prestidigitators, with tle Early Risers, will remove all impurities these questions, you have ills which .

He sends his agents among the'. the resources of modern science at from your system,.cleanse your bow Deafness Cannot be Cured Wine of Caroui cures. Do, ,you

s to,report cases of child murder ii- command are able to produce els, make theq1 regular. Wilson & Son appreciate what perfect health would -
of the same effect but is it by local applications- they cannot reach be to you? After taking Wing of
bring the criminals to Justice. these ignorant wild negroes un- The people of Arizona are returning the diseased portion of the ear. There is only Cardui, thousands like you have realized -

fetich priests set themselves the use of electricity, phos- thanks for the. heaviest rainfall there for one stitutional way to remedies cure deafness Deafness, and that is is caused by con. it. Nervous strain, loss of sleep,
.hIs work byan
with the desperation of cold icdigestion menstrual
: or luminous paint? The black twenty years. Rains are not an everyday inflamed condition of the mucous lining of or starts
: who see their age long powers the eustachian tube.. When this disorders that are not noticeable at
in tube inflamed
l had no appliances at aiL ,After, a occurrence that territory. gets *
rogatives slipping from their you'have a rumbling sound or imper- first, but day by day steadilygrowiatotroublcsotnceoinpIic .
one of the villages a fetich priest time. they came duly'out_ of their The Best Bemedy for llheainatism. fect hearing and when it is entirely closed atioas.,wine
In the face and the prince was as much mys deafness is the result, and unless the inflam- of Cardui, used just before the men-
Ahuma's agent, a "as ever. QUICK RELIEF FROM PAIN. mation can be taken out and this tube restoredto strual period, will keep the femalesystem

'This was the signal for "a children of the Guinea witch, All who use Chamberlain's Pain Balm its normal condition hearing will be destroyed in perfect condition. This
! tack'on' him by the, forever; nine cases out of ten. are
negroes medicine is taken
often born with their for rheumatism quietly at home.
are par .are delighted with the caused by catarrh, which is nothing but an ,
Ahuma'' himself wogid be even uncanny power whatever it is. quick relief from pain which it affords. inflamed condition'of mucous surfaces.We There nothing like it to help

-dealt witIi than, bis, agent'only ability to practice witchcraft may When speaking of this, Mr. 1) N. Sinks, will give One Hundred Dollars for any women enjoy good health., It costs
priests' and people are afraid of be easily If of Troy, Ohio, sayS "Some time ago I case of deafness (caused by catarrh) that can- only{I to test this remedy, which isendorsed
It Is'here that the' swordof the acquired. you pay a had a severe attack of rheumatism in not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for by 1,000,000 cured women. .

.- intervenes The witebf a penny he or she will invest my arm and shoulder. I tried numerous circulars free.F. Mrs. Lena T. Frieburg, East Si Louis, .
; say also with the and J. CHENEY & CO. Toledo 0. '
power you can III. "I
remedies but relief says: am
'spells have him. got no until I was Sold physically a new
no power over, by druggists, 75c.
be-visited whole use of it with, the best of them. recommended by Messrs. Geo. F. Parsons Hall's Family Pills are the best. woman, by reason of my use of Wine of
village was, a there is this danger-once under &'0>., druggists, of this place, to try Cardui and Thedford's Black Draught.
' -witch men with a leader., Ahuma 'influence remain Chamberlain's! Pain Balm. ... In cases requiring
you must They recom For Over Fifty Tears special directions, ad.
never induce this bead witch What it impels you to, that you mended it so highly that I bought a hot MBS. WINSLOW'S SOOTHING SYRUP baa been dress Department,giTlDr symptoms," The"Tie Chattanooga Ladies'AdTia-Medicine

face him. If be saw the do. and its promptings are to tle. I was soon relieved of all pain. I used for over fifty Tears by millions of mothers Co..Chattanooga. Tenn
proaching the leader would have since recommended this liniment for their children while teething with perfect
-- .- and destruction painful, pa .._ _____ __ _!__ 'f. _. _._ '.. saccpss. Itsoothes the child softens the gams,
L1UW tiovm another path. His 10 many oi my menus', wuu agree WILL I allays all pain,cures wind colic and la the best
result follows when as some- me that it is the best remedy for'museu.* remedy for Diarrhoea. It will relieve the poor t
lion was that Abuma's spirit little
sufferer Immediately. Sold by Druggists
: happen: the witch becomes con "
lar rheumatism in the market. For sale In every part of the world. Twenty-five cents
strong for him that be could
to Christianity-and.seeks to put by Wilson & Son. a bottle. Be sure and ask for "Mrs. Wins-
him in the face.: 'No evil spell tha r>M man anA Ma. nratro.. Thorn......... law t so'.unQkr-yruD'' and ;ae no goer ttna
--- --- --- --- - -
t may prevail against a powerful "
# a struggle as tremendous as

and a pure heart of Christian with Apollyon, as long

a As another plan for diminishing as that of the man in Bui FLORIDA EAST COAST RY. -

murder the missionaries and r's tale of Zanoni and his disciple

'the'reeepflon of 'tenth babies and ..a..,. C
the Terror. The Guinea people be- K

.4 mothers' If a mother's tenth' child earnest Christians' and immedi Time Table \o. 30. In Effect Jan. 28, 1901. <
xot strangled at its birth. If on' strive to abandon witchcraft ut-

trary she endeavored to keep : but find it almost beyond their SOUTH BOUND (Bead Down.I (Read Up NORTH BOUND. r
It, she would be o.4ii No.a7'No.31 No.i S N .2J No.29' N".ilS No.74Daily Io.2Slaily No.98
never again No.82 No.88'No 44 No. NoK' I
.to do The
so. "power. they Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily :MAIN LINE SCHEDULE. Daily Daily Daily Dally Daily Daily Daily.
-to' live In her
home village. The village'h exMo
.. constantly prompts them to cast ed exMo _ _ xSu820s ea Su exSu i i1020a
slo aries have therefore 1
given spells and do deeds and
the villages that wrong 730p 830p730p 400p 300p 230p 85p 750a 225p, 940a Lv..... Jacksonville ......Ar 700p 725p 955p 12 lOp 1240p 10 00a 1 OOp '
among they : lives 'an thenceforth an agoniz- 830p 500p tOUp 330p 925p 850a I 2.1p l030al055a .u .... St. Augustine .Lv SSop545p 625p: 855p 720a llOa 1140a 905a 920a 12
ceive into their creches all these j struggle against this impelraeut. Ha. 33, Sma Xail (Sally). 930p 855a I SOp Lv, ... St. Augustine .......Ar 62Up 850p 715a627a }
; tables,' as one might call them. Makes local stops and carries .. 11 27all4 I Hastings ........Lv. ollp458p ... ...... ..... No. 78, lulU Kill dally! ).
] ; Makes local
faith and and mighty 1012p 93Ja stops and car"
prayer striv- F. E. O. Ry. Buffet Par 20bp ::a East: Palatka. 543p SlOp
ers expecting the coming of a j they seek to escape the devilish lor Car. 1129p IH2a.) 3 19p 1 O.ip Ormond .. ........ 3 4Vp 4 3lrp 656p 508a ries for Oar P. a O. By. Buffet Par

S::, fant go to the mission before its i which is the ft. 29. A, C. L. Ixjress daily: ). 1139p 1062&.. i fly "? .. .Daytona. :: 3'9p UJp 646p 458a Ho. 71, Yfam!sad Hassan Spirf&l
ever on alert to Fast Train.Stops only at "' "-' "" 337p: : 127p329p ... rort }ran.e.. ....,.. 31Up HIp . .
remaining there afterward 1..03al11aa S6'p.14.p"..New Smvrna 30Up 356p304p 620p 4S2a daily.)
' hild Is 3 months old.. Then they j uponthem.. The story recalls F.stations E.O. By.shown vestibule and 'carries Buffet ...:.;" '... :- L p ....... Oak Hill .......... 237p201p . ..... ..- Composed exclusively of ?. 1! "
1 E.C By.vestibule Bu1fetParo
montish Parlor Cars. 1257a"i33a 12 Cop 445p 254)516p ..,.....Tituaville..... SS'Jp
to their homes without. and legends.WILLIAM WARRES. No. 23, Iflani and Hassan Special 1288p125tp a ; p Cocoa .... 125p 233p122p 458p424p .S39alorCara.. ... Passengers for this I '
.. : train must provide them
519p3 J P .... Rockled e. 1 lop 302a
well as though nothing bad h I Composed(Daily) of ........ 12tfp138p 54:,pi 415.x" EmGaliie. | ifp138p: .4iip.>p....: selves with Parlor Car tickets
exclusively :
They might be killed If.they You will waste time if to F. E. O. By. vestibule """" 5511)' 424p .......lieiboxirne.; ....'..... 18p .. in addition to regular passage ,
you try cure Parlor Cars. Pas for .."".. ..'... ......1 UOOp ........Roseland... 11 4 ,t ..... ...... .. ticket.
ed to take the little one back !' or dyspepsia by starving your this train mu-rt provide engers themselves .."" ."... "..1 I 504p Sebastian: 11 H':v ... ..... ... Ho. 28, A.. C. L. Express only).
them. They therefore abandon It. That only makes it worse when with Parlor Car tickets .....;. ...... ....;. 553p St. Lucie......... IIl".a;,& ...V. -. .. .. Fast Train. Stops at
; stations shown and carries ,
i' is perhaps not so bard when the do eat heartily. You always need in ticket.addition to regular passoge ..337a520a.. ... .310p..... .Hap..... 69p 6o5p ..Fort Tibbals Pierce., ......... .lOllaloOTa IJ4Ual.IJp. ... 3. .05p120p.. lOOaFE.O.By., .. vestibule Buffet

woman has already nine other 1 of good food properly digested. Ho. 99,Palm Bead sad Miami .."".. .."" ...... 633p ? Eden ..... .. .... . Parlor Cars.
Dyspepsia Cure is the result of Limited .......... ..... 6 3!Sp ... Jensen II 1002a .. .... ...... .. Ho. 83, Palm Beach ad Yam:
babies. The creche' of scientific research for something Composed of Daily F. JB.) C. Ey ........ ..... ...... 647p718p .........Stuart. .. ........ 931a ...... ..... ...... United dally.)
the child till she it ....... "". "" Hobe tSo 9'-'a: ... .... .. .. Composed of F. E. O. By.
keeps vestibule .
can Buffet ..
get and
would digest not only some elements Day-Coach. .Carries Sleepers sleepers .... .. ...... ...... SIp ..... West Jupiter....... 9 loa ... vestibule Buffet Sleepers and '
'tr ed out somewhere. food but every kind. And it is the for Palm Beach and for Miami; .. 448p. ... 805p Ar... ..West Palm Beach 835a...--i 11 05p: Day-Coach. Takes on sleep
One of the 53Ua540a 45Sp 9 05p 8 15p .Hotel Royal Poinciana... 8 2oa83ia 102Ua 1055'' ersatmiamiandPalmBeach.
most HOp
weirdest, that will do it. Wilson & IStopsonly stations shown
remedy 5(ftp 9 lop 825p840p LT.....The Breakers. ? lJ15a955s loroplstops! only at stations shown.
Ho. 31. New 105p1245p
of the Guinea Gold Coast fed ( York and Florida L1m.555a.. 52jp; 93Up '-....West Palm Beach.Ar 800a733a WlJm New York sad Iloriii UmItei -
flu .
It old New York Daily \Koday) 615a ..... ..... 905. .Boynton.Lv ....., .. U aUylleeptSUlluu.
that of witchcraft is
as via Southern to bt. Augustine 8 23a ...... ...... 915p .Delray ...........9 IJQ2p 5. St. Augustine to New York +
1he natives as the history of the The French Embassy. posed exclusively Railway.of Pullman Corn7 Ola ... """ 1003? ...Fort Lauderdale..,.: 635a ...... ... 912 p via Southern R&ilwar. Oom-1
themselves and flourishes today Cars. 737a745a.............. 1042p Lemon City....... 5 58a ...... .... gc; oosed exclusively of Pullman.
of The Florida Star ....... Cars. '
Correspondence Ho. 37, Hew Yeri sad Florida Sp a- 710p11WP1' WI> Ar Miami......,..? 550a' 8 lOa HOOa 830p,
j them in all its evil --- No. 33. New York and florila Spe-
< Dial (Daily Zicect Hcslay). clai
(Daily Except Sunday
fruit In face of the blazing WASHINGTON April 2 -The French New York to st. Augustine St Augustine to New )York,

J civilization. Ahuma is as little is to have an embassy of via Composed Atlantic exclusively Coast Line.of: via Atlantic Coast Line.

; stitious as the most enlightened own at this capital. It will be Pullman Cars. Trains do not stop where time is not shown. Pullman Composed Cars.exclusively of.
*: In the west end of Hi. 13, riorili and Ketrcpclitaa
can or Englishman, yet he Washington, Limited Daily). Kg. 11, r.srila sad Uitrcpolltaa
the ground which it will New York to Limited (Cany).
that these Guinea negro witch occupy- St. Augustine St. Augustine to New York
;F I possess a power which as yet one acre-will be quite as dis via Seaboard exclusively Air Line.of Pullman Composed via Seaboard Air Line. Com-
posed exclusively of Pullman ;
unable to understand. He French territory as though it Cars.; Day-Coach operated on (Cars Day-Coach operated on ,
# been educated at white men's never been apart of the soil of the or this Pullman train on fare which no extra this train on which no extra
: is charged.
States. The flag of France Ho. 93, Florida Li Ho. 15. Chicago asd Honda Special: Ho. 16, Chicago and Flcriia Special or Pullman fare id charged. '
him Chicago and :
which has withdrawn
.' ited ( ). (Daily Except Monday). (Daily Except Sunday). Ho. 82, Chicago and 71orlia Limited
float over It and whatever shall Suly Chicago to St. .
knowledge of his own race Chicago to St Augustinevia Augustine St. Augustine dally)
via Cincinnati Chattanooga via Chattanooga St. Augustine to Chicago
within Its bounds affecting Evansville, Nashville and At.anta.
{ tions. But from well established Montgomery.Composed and.Atlanta. Composed exclusively and Cincinnati. Oomposed via Montgomery, Nashvilleand
Frenchmen and French interests exclusively of Pullman Cars. Evansville.Oomposed exclushely -
partly drawn from his own of Pullman Cars exclusively of Pullman Cars '
of Pullman Oars.
tion. Prince Ahuma concludes be none of .Uncle Sam's business. Day-Coach operated on this Day-Coach operated on this
j will be the seventh patch of for- Pullman train on which no extra or train on which no extra or
, witch people, ignorant as fare is charged.
soil acquired within the bounds of Pullman fare is charged.
have actual SANFORD
most things, an BRANCH. PALATKA BRANCH. .
the countries to which AU trains s t
daily except Sunday.
1 over certain forces of nature Ko.ll All trains Daily. ,
has heretofore been ceded for: Noli i

unknown amongwhite people. residences being Great Brit- 7JUa Lv.. ... ................... Titusville ..................... ..Ar 125p No.83No.37No.49; No.47 No.4' 'No.4 No.4i : 'o.4y'No QkaAriQlaa'lOOjalillOp No.53 \
lieves there is ,a scientific 713a ......................... .Mima... ....................... 112p -'- -i -
Korea 828a ............ ............. K 6 lop, 4rfupi 14fp 1115a 9 aLvP't' 235p 600p 4
the but he has Germany Japan Mexico Osten.......................: 11 1a 45upi '
matter ,
tion of 850a .. .......... ............En erpri3...................... 1135aHUOa 635p 200p 11 Boa 93OitArE1kaLv184va_ 940all50a! 215p 545pNo
Austria. It Is said that Italy and 93Ja .. .............. ...., ; '
been unable to find it.At any Ar -inford. .................... Lv i
i witch woman can are on the lookout; for laud upon 53, iSAN I MATEO BRANCH. All Trains Daily iNo.42iNo.54. '

i the man or to build permanent homes for No a N 'N .,. N' I I ------1 ...... ... .. tPaJatka.. .... ...... .. ..Ar- 1 1'1
,j t crops kill cattle and work evil representatives.The Sun Daily i Sun gaily IM.\ypOP.T CH.DailyDaiiy..scm! : : 1-00p18O'ialAr. ....... .. ... ...tSa .. ........... .. 81 70Qp':
I man beings even at a distance. only 'x Su only 'exsn _lesSu: only _
residence H street hitherto - '
extent'lndeed of destroying their on +1- No. 3No. II ORANGE CITY BRANClL No i No. I
and by the French embassa- 640p 6 OOp 3lJ! p 813a Lv .Jaeksonville..Ar 6 J0al 535p 600p .... .. I Au_ trains Daily Except Sunday. _
A negress apprehended is one of Washington's most his- 648P6S! 2uSp; 8'2a"' .80. JacksonVIlle.Lv 64.a 527p 552p....... 405PlllIlua Lv....... ........Ne\v Smyrna.. .......... ..Ar lOOp 655p.
fore the British court on the 115p 63.'ip\ :!;i.h! 8i'iln", .. ..Pablo Beach. 61Za 500p ...... H9p112la .............. ..Lake .. .. ...... ...... 1245p 545p I
confessed that she had slain houses and withal one of the 1:'IQ}). 64p 24Jp'' 85a .Atlantic. Beach.. 54va 455p 525p......... 5OUp'I3ia .. ........... Orange L'ity. .............. 1235p 529p
but there elegant and finely appointed, but !.4Jp! 1Ip 300u'915a.\r .Mayport..Lv 5208. 435p .. .... 505p112Ar... ....... Or&n eL'ityJunction. ... ..... 12&1p 520p ;
sons by, witchcraft,
day no English law to deal with room is insufficient for the accom- These Time Tables show the times at which trains may beexoected to arrive and, depart from the several stations but their: arrival :
es she was discharged. Asked of M. Cambon's household arising or departure the tvnes stated is not guaranteed nor does the Company hold itself responsible for any delay or any consequences

is it regarded sufficiently extensive .
wrought her spells, she .
the maintenance of French pres- PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL
a power outside of herself, a STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI. _
Hence the move to acquire
stronger than herself, but territory here and build there- 31IA31UNA55SAU LINE-S. S. MIAMI. MIAM1.IIAVANA L1XK-S. S. PRINCE KDWARD. t '

i. herself.,did not understand, embassy which will be worthy ed her to kill, curse: hoodoo or an SAILINGS JAN. 3 to FEB. 3. 1901: HAVANA, I Leave Miami Sundays and Wedneodays.....1130p
It Is u.aveMiami ..... }
and .
expected Mondays
the republic. Thursdays 1130p <{ Arrive Havana Mondays and Thursdays.: ... 3 OOp
wise work injury to' certain the new building will be palatial Arrive Nassau Tuesdays and Fridays...... 8 00p Cuba. Leave Havana Tuesdays anti Fridays......12 OOn -
NASSAU, Leave Nana lu Wednesdays and X
to obey. Saturdays. 2 UOp Arrive Miami Wednesdays and Saturdays.
and she was compelled proportions and magnificent in fur. r Arrive Miami Thursdays and Sundays...... 500a .KEY 5 OOa
Personally Prince Ahuma. is N.P II1A311 WEST INE.-S. N CITY OK KEY WEST.SAILINGS e
and adornmentThe < SAILINGS FEB. 4 lo MARCH
31: EFFECTIVE Jan. 14 J
the least afraid of the power, mansion which the French will Bahama. I, Leave Miami Mons.,Weds. and Fris ...... B30p KEY WEST, Leave Miami Mons. Weds. and Fris .. ......l 30p
he Is forced to believe in It the erection of the new Arrive Nassau Tues., Thnrs. and Bats....... OOOa ( Arrive Key West TnesThus.' and Bats.... 2 30p
dictum that upon Islands. Leave Nassau Toes.Thurs.and Sats ........ SOOp Florida. Leave Key WetTues1 Thus, and bats..... 3 00
General.Grant's cannot was built just 75 years ago by l Arrive Miami W 008., Fris.. and u.ns...'..... 600t l Arnve Miami Weds,.nI and Suns....... 5 Uw? ,
are not afraid of burt and diplo- SAILINGS COMMENCING APRIL: .. .
Rush, a statesman
Will be on same days and hours as far January. t :
In .
himself _
prince once of.that period The year before
a witch performance 'which construction the building began : '.' For copy of local time card: address any Agent. t'

been puzzling" ever since'.to, 'find Rush had been' recalled from the J:D. RAHNER._ AII Gen. Pass. Ag nt. ,_ __ ___ .' ___ ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. .

planation for.. It was near ,the :



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i ,,:-. !< sp dal Correspondence of The Florida Star.
b_" L j" Los i GILEaanti 27.-WhileAmer. ib

<_:-.;;'" ._ -, lean topristTcontinne,'to:'go.)into rap' Oioap
',;: '
=.. >turesforer. -Melrose.or Tintern abbey or r
{ gaze with: -awe and reverence" at theruins -

, :: '. ,:pl''"Egypt: or.:Babybn! .:bf what' '

avail Is It to-tell them'thVtWi&in.theirownlwuntirCexlst -

';rnJns equally norw : r
; thy'oftheir... attention? In-spite of their, .
seeming :worship' of. the.-'"up"to-date- ," '- r ..

.-.- _: Americans. ,have, a tender spot. for,the
.t '.>** ancientwhen :It', exists .on the other .l- !
r- ;; '
5T-H ."Lkkvv '; "side-oi the ocean: In spite of their patriotism WILLRSTOR

they do not'seem to care about

the', 'fate':of'the i historic" monuments of ". -

.their own country. .
5'_ ; ; ." To-' combat this..tendency of the native .' .., '

mind: and ''to"preserve for future. 1 ... 1\0

j- it generations some of the historic landmarks -

:'of: western America are the otn.

!' : jests of the Landmarks club, organized

f i ; and Incorp rated under the laws of California .
In 1SJMS. 'The_special,objects of ( YOUR CRAY UAI RS

< the :solicitude of'this worthy club are

WT:.: -.. the ancient missions of California
( .! remains dot the
.-. whose of this most interesting plcturesqu&scenery coun- =. : '. .p -, .. :-. --'- '. --. :: --_. -. : ".- '_ :::::-, :.._-: .,: ,:.:-..:'

A_ .trt. The old missions played 'very- ---

; Important part In the' early history of La beck"is about to exercise its rigfit as Steeple Clayton, in North Bucks,.England At the time of the Roman occupationof Grafted and Budded

the Go\den'State. and the story of their a free city to use'a coin of its own. The. claims the distinction of being the Britain five distinct species of dogs

:f '"-, founding and maintenance. is filled city arms :will take'the place of the Kai- first parish to adopt the public librariesact were there, most of which can with certainty ..'

with romance and Interest. ser's head on one face of the German in the reign of King Edward VII. ,be identified with those -ofthe

r= ; The founding of the missions of (coins. The'last Lubeck coins were strucka present day.. There were the housedog, 1\111 nilamiaavi (

fe*' southern' California was conteinporaue- hundred. years_ ago.. '. in_ 1801.__ __ Bad -.'-- \VAtpr.._....."' one "cnf., "A' the. greyhound. .. the bulldog.. the terrier
otis with tie struggles of the eastern fern greatly front the different kinds of and the'slowhound. J.lJJO, ,

colonies against Great; Britain in the As the hot weather of summer is approaching water he is compelled to drink, and r U1l5\J

4 r latter half of the eighteenth__ century: this paper will constantly keep nothing is so likely to bring on an attackof The Most Stubborn: Coughs
::;'' The prime mover In their foundation before its readers Teethina, a remedy diarrhoea. Perry Davis' Pain-Killer from attackof SOO EBBS
resulting an lagrippe or
B.-u..:...: ,was ".Father Junipero Serra,.__ whose which, where known, is being universally is the only safe, quick and sure cure for cold, must yield to the wonderful
;:--' name is always associated with them. used to pre"ellt'and counteract the effects it, cramps and cholera morbus. Avoid healing properties of Foley's Honey and Grape.Ftuit _
American annals bear tl.e' names. 'of of'warm weather, upon small children substitutes, there is,but one. Pain Killer, Tar which-'strengthens the lungs and
'. and it is all mothers of Davis'. Price 25c. and 50c. ,
hoped.that Perry
If.: few men equal'to this simple kindly makes them sound. Wilson & Son.
this community will keep their childrenin
old_Franciscan for,'religious exaltation; condition it for it : Homosassa
a healthy
by giving Grimsby.-So want to
marry mydaughter ,
fir. honesty devotion and constancy ,of "George, said Mrs. Ferguson, "forheaven's
only costs 25 cents at druggists; or mail sir! What
are yourprinci- Parson Brown
:< purpose. ,'ather'Junlpero labored for 25, cents to C. J. Moffett M. D.,. St. sake straighten up! You'reworse ,
; ._' 'many years .toward the"end 'very sue- Louis, Mo."George. ples? Are you temperate? ..Fledgely hump shouldered than ever."
1.; -- cessfully-to'.establish his faith among Temperate! Why, I am so strict that it "Laura," retorted Mr. Ferguson, "be Pineapple,

'JJ ("-.' the Indians of the ,southwest, and for dear, you and I would get gives me pain even to find my .boots satistied with having married me to reform Ruby .

;:; '. .his work in making the former desert on better if there were a little more give ti ht.-Pick-1 -U p. .. are me.undertaking When you try reshape" me St. Michael.
you too _
-J-: bloom like. the rose he is worthy of and take between us." "A little more I fMajorca

I$ :-. perpetuation,in American minds. give on my part: and take on yours, I Boys who are away at school should .
have a sure remedy for sudden attacks of You cannot enjoy perfect health, rosy
Some 21 of the missions there were suppose. cramps, diarrhoea or dysentery, and an cheeks and sparkling eyes if your liver Jaffa
= originally. Many of- .them are still hour's delay in cases of this kind often ig sluggish and your bowels clogged. De- r
r standing in good order, but more have leads to serious results. Parents should Witt's Little Early Risers cleanse the Mandarinand

succumbed to the tooth of time and H StoWsElliulsIOll supply their sons with Pain-Killer, whichis whole'system. They never gripe. Wil- Du Roi Bloodon
the hands
c' they were beautiful edifices built of fails to bring relief from any bowel complaint. 5 and 6 year old sour .
"" _- stone and adobe, surrounded by orchards -' There .is but. one Pain-Killer, The acid of lemons and oranges is fatalto orange stock, 4 to 5, and
and gardens. Around some-sull Perry Davis'. Price 25c. and 50c. the cholera bacillus. -Even if placed 5 to 7 feet,well branched

c: cluster the olive sand mulberry and upon the rinds of the fruit the germs will trees

grape and Bother semitropical vegetation The first lesson for a boy to learn in not survive longer than a day. at $35, $40 and $50 per tOO ,

but in most cases the trees and saving his money is to resist the hints of
his sisters time be errrs a dollar.- Spring coughs are specially dangerous Order samples and be
vines are also desolate. eyery
convinced of their value.
of Cod Liver Oil is the means
Atchison Globe. and unless cured at once serious results
Some few .of the missions still stand,
t often follow. One Minute Cough Cure Supply of these large
: and some have been restored notably: of life, and enjoyment of life to acts like magic. It is not a common trees li cited as above. )
that of Santa Barbara, near the town thousands and "Last winter I was confined to my bed ftl
: men women with but is a high grade remedy. o. vv'. cai' ER.,
a very bad cold on the lungs. Nothing Wilson
that .
of name. Santa Barbara mission & Son.
I children. gave me relief. Finally my wife Ocklawaha Florida.
Is beautifully located three miles from ,
bought a bottle of One Minute Cough
When fails it
the blue Pacific.. Its commanding appetite restores Cure that effected a speedy cure. I can- Two gentlemen of the cloth were stand
position and the prominence of its it. When food is a not speak too highly of that excellent ing on a corner the other day. Evidently

white towers have caused the building burden it lifts the burden. remedy." Mr. T. K. Houseman, Mana- they were talking about'extra services to Hodgson Bros.,
'' to be since its erection a landmark for tawney, Pa. Wilson & Son. be held during the week. "I anticipatea
mariners. simple in architecture When youlose fleshit brings great awakening in my church*," said GENERAL

but beautiful and even majestic in ef- the plumpness of health. Contractor-You won't sell me a carload the first speaker. "My people never go MERCHANTS... i

fect. The mission consists of a chapel of bricks on credit? Dealer-No. to sleep, said the second. "Ah, there
When work is hard and "
comes my car, replied the first, and they Eau Gallie Fla.
crowned by twin towers and a long Me and my brick are very much alike.
is it makes life- parted company.
dormitory with a pillared porch. Sev- duty heavy, W 're hard pressed for cash.-Philadelphia -

eral of the other missions: as originally bright. Record. Dry Goods, ClothingBOOTS
built are said to have far surpassed PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
It is the thin edge of the
Santa Barbara and they must have AND SHOES,
been, if this be true, dreams of beauty. \\\vedsre; the thick end is food.I Given..... r Up to Die With. .Croup._ GEORGE 11. ROBBINS, HARDWARE GROCERIES.

Their ruins attest their size "Their But what is the use of food Mrs. '. L. t-oraier, of Manning, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW PAIXTS AND OILS, ETC
Ky., writes: "My three-year old girl had
former beauty must be left to the mind when you hate it, and can't digest a severe case of croup, the doctor said she Will practice in State and United States Steam Launch for Charter.
,i of the imaginative bebolder uuless Indeed could not live and I gave her up to die.I Courts.Office
it? at Titusville, Florida.D. .
: the. Landmarks- club is success- went to" the store and got a bottle of

ful in restoring more of the ancient Scott's -Emulsion of Cod Foley's Honey and Tar; the first dose L. GAULDEN,
missions. :nave quick relief and saved her life."
Liver Oil is thefood that nlakc U
f' :; Wilson &Son. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, ,
The Landmarks club has secured : ,sty

.}- ; leases for a. term of years, with the you forget your stomach. i. TITCSVILLE, FLORIDA.

club given as a preferred possible purchaser If you have not tried It, send for Jaggles-What do you think is the bounty judge of Brevard county. Will prac

of three of the old ini.,sions, free surprise .Its agreeable taSte wilt most wonderful machine ever invented? I tice in all the courts. of the 7th judicial cir
f cuit of Florida.M.
those of San Juan Capistrano San Fer- & BOWNE. Chemists. Waggles The one that puts the folds in
409 York.
Pearl Street. New
nando and San Diego de Alcala. Mem- I 5Oc. and $1.00 ; bit druggists. time tables.Judy.Skin GOLDSMITH_ J u IL y

bership in the club is open to all ,at a ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, L I
nominal annual payment A large < troubles:, cuts, burns, scalds and -
number of well known easterners, as CRYSTAL LENSES chafing quickly heal] by the use of De- TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. '

well rfs many residents: of southern Witt's Witch Hazel Salve. It is imitate Prosecuting attorney for Brevard county.
t California are Interested in the club -. TRADE UAKK.r' ed. Be sure you get DeWitt's. Wilson Notary public. Will practice in all courts of

: largely through the work of the president i mn.y First ui Always. & Son. the state.A. ; 7

Charles F. Lnmmis. Mr. Lum-
D. PENNEY, TRADE MARK . tbe...('elebratE'dn.utbor who has I s "After all" suggested-- the cheerful one- 1870
k: made a special ,study of southwestern "it may be a blessing in disguise" "Ifso ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,

America and has embodied the results, F n.l.V. Ar ," returned the disgruntled one, "I may TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.

of his observations in a number of In-' say that I never saw a more perfect dis Will practice in the courts of the 7th ju BALKE'SLIVE
? guise. dicial circuit.
: tensely interesting volumes.Mr. .
Lummis is now a resident of Los s f: -
Angeles and was formerly a newspa- OAKHiSKEY
per man here. 'He probably knows out. Florida Weather Indicator.On ATrOR EY-AT-L.o\W.

t 'more.about this section of the country r receipt of 50 cents, together with this Main office and addressTitusville, Florida.

than any .other living man, for he has J. B. SCREVEN ad clipped we will mail to you postpaid: Branch office at Fort Pierce, Florida. Prose-
.a; tramped all over It. He has had all the Florida Weather Indicator, will post cuting attorney for Brevard county !
you of the change weather 24 hours in Notary Public State at Large.
sorts of adventures with Indians
cowboys -
... DRUCCIST, advance very accurate. Regular value
outlaws and desperadoes and
$2.00. This offer for a short time only.
the story of his still comparatively Has the Sale of Thtse( Celebrated GlassesIN Florida Weather Indicator Co., Jackson SOFTENED BY ACE.
'i '. short life he Is 42-would be as interesting ville, Fla. Mention this paper. KooIDyspepsia

"f as "A Tramp Across the ConIf" Awarded Gold Medal at Atlanta Exposition

'' tinent." "Some, Strange Corners of TITUSVILLEFLA.; O. .STOB.J: ...

h-: P Our Country," '"The Land of Poco From the Factory of.... Ieanhe The Kind You Have Always BocgjitFoley's Is the best and purest
JTIempo" or any'other'of his books. Signature
1,1-1 .
':" -- CHARLES-E. ROBL'\ SON. Kellam & Moore, of .. # t1 Rye Whiskey sold

. .' .'. Caught a Dreadful Cold., The only complete Optical plant in the Kidney Cure Digests what you eat. in the South.R. .

Ak' Marion Kooke,, manager for T. M. Sonth, Atlanta, Ga. It artificially digests the food and aids
. .a Thompson, a large importer of fine millinery _makes: ,ki eys cad bladder right. Nature in strengthening and recon I .. R BAI.KE & CO. Proprietors
at 1658 Milwaukee_ avenue, Chi NOTICE. structing the exhausted digestive
cago, says: "During the' late severe BANNER SAL V Ej gans. It is the latest discovered digest- CINCINNATI U. S. A.
All concerned take notice that Joseph P.
r' weather I caught dreadful cold which
a Brown as sheriff of Brevard county Florida, the most healing selve fa the world.DYSPEPTICIDE. ant and tonic. No other preparation Orders malted to ecr bead office will te.-
kept me awake at'night and made me and ex,- ft cio administrator of the estate of can approach it in efficiency. It in .;.:led from our nearest accredited distributor
unfit 00'attend my work during the'day.One Ephriam F. Adams deceased, has filed his I stantly relieves and permanently cures
of my milliners was taking Cham suggestions in writing' of the insolvency of Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn, ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.
berlain's Cough Remedy for a severe cold the estate of said deceased. Therefore all The greatest aid to DIGESTION. Flatulence Sour Stomach Nausea
. at that time: which seemed to_relieve her persons having claims against said estate are Sick Headache, and Notice is hereby given that on the 26th day
and file them ,Gastralgia,Cramps of April 1901,or as soon thereafter as I can be
quickly that 'booght/:some for .ray- hereby required to appear properly To PATENT Good Ideas all other
:; 1 self. It, actedlike'magi arid I began to authenticated in the court of the county be secured results of imperfect digestion. heard I will apply to the county judge of
may by
. f Tam judge on or before the 7th day' of June A our aid. Address, Price50c.and IL Large size contains 2H times Brevard county for a final settlement of my
improve atonce.
entirely well kLfl ] tenall size.Book all about accounts and .
D.1901. Ordered the 6th day of DecemberA. THE PATENT RECORD dyspepsia mailed free my discharge as administratorof
and feel very pleased to acknowledge its D. 1900, D. L. GAULDKN; 'repared by E. a DeWITT A CO.. Chicago the estate of John Hetherington. Z
m erits:' For sale by Wilson & Son. Baltimore Hi. A. C. DrrniAB, Administrator.
ConntyJudge.Y Subscription w The ftte&t iiecurdxto yes& \c\\<. Sold by B. E. Wilson & Son. Get.
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QUtIGRICULTURILf [ 'COlUMN. forma,, by our growers, 'and thus it will -

-, .... be seen that of the. fruit, sent to markets Jas.Pritchar.d.& Son '
handled quite a tte' 'mbnHhan', 50per Spring ,

Fragments-f.->> of A IntereattAi Those That' Till cent,_and lam quite sure .netted' for .. -
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; / : oar shippers more moiley.than was'obtained Headquarters $
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3' ,.by those shipping independently, ,
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Meldnwure; In Florida "The alee : < ; rl
_ /. made :J.. o, b. laSt seasop
4 The were, most; : gratifying :and ,the "pricesranged You are made aware of the necessity ,
beginner: in melon ia
; : growing
to 'makeftne. of;two: errors or both apt of from$1.50; for a few lots to$2.25; for cleansing'.your blood in the HARDWARE .

-. them, either oMwfiich bitter disappointment' : .. fl.7o'per crate.,. This office outward signs of
blasting all of his impurity. ..-
hopes'fox.-'$: bountiful harvest saya W,' enconjaged : ,every; possible Or.that headache z {
dull bilious Tinware '
; Crockery.
nauseous .. ..
arul '
M..Girardeau'iii Fruit Grower. ,way, we, even_ went to the extent ._ '
assisting getting'care: at Jacksonville ,nervouscondition: and that tiredfeeling '< -
.. The first is that .
as a melon is made ; :
up into'which;to load of these ,are due the tame STOVES : '''
some lots of 'to ,cause-. "
of about 65 of ..
per,cent water, that a nice ; : : ;- ;
fruit that were thus sold t 0: b. .weak, thin, impure tired blood. ?
piece.of damp, sobby the best that -

'. can be Bele&ed.. Nothing can'be further "Fruit will be that no.factor is bought: .in the thus.cutting,at a fairprice of America's ,Greatest Spring Medicine '-" :; :Boat: Goods, Paints and,Oils, ': ,!ft? ;'J. _: ;,1
from the
right thing. ,Melons will do absolutely is.HOCd'sSarsaparilla. '- :..
prices in the :markets to which it is sent, and 'j .;
nothing on damp, undrained but,those who have bought it. are inter- 'It makes the blood rich and pure, '
land, i,nd, nothing rains or blights '
cures scrofula and salt rheum
ested with our agents in holding prices gives a
$ melon .The crop so .quickly as coritinuons firm and advertising our,fine pines"These clear, healthy complexion, good appe- WOODENWAREWrite : :

rains. 'melon' will stand more hot, buyers should be encouraged, as their tite, sweet_Bleep sound health. -

N dry floarihes weather than, even our cotton; it. work is in accord with us,in' every way, For cleansing the blood the best for prices.' 1
\in dry weather and luxuriantly
grows and we are making strong week after week.without adrop; TITUSVILLE,'FLORIDA. !
demand' .
building up a for our fruit _. .
of rain; a shower now ,and then is all it J I I
"If our growers would only stand firm Hood'sSarsaparilla. Box 212. I'. !.
requires. Plant only '.on, high, well '0 ,
and, by using the association, fight oU( !
drained land.
fe* the solicitors and encourage the buyers_ i
The second error,that all fall into, and we would ere long be able-with fair con- John R Walker & Co.
many will be.convinced only from bitter
ditions of fruit and marketS-to sell at "-
experience, is that melons should never home a considerable proportion of our It is Peculiar to Itself : -
; :, be planted on land where melons have pines. ALL THE SEASON'S LATEST EFFECTS IN DRESS GOODS.

previously grown. I say never, because "If every grower would determine to Weekly Weather Report. Batiste Brilliant, .
a : I have not grown 'melons long. enough the association : -
use for marketing his
'(fifteen years) for me to' be convincedthat fruit, or else sell b., the'solicitor-, U.8.DEPARTMENT'BUREAU.OF AGRICULTURE' WKATH- Dimity DIaphani,. Cp Fnrnll ture '

they will ever do as well a second who gets fruit with which he can cut Comparative statement of temperatures Andora Silks, -d '__
time on the same land; at any rate I will prices-would be driven out or turned into and rainfall for the' week,. ending Tuesday Organdies -s
not put the limit'at' less than twenty a buyer, and the association would be' April, 1901. .

years' rest for the land after the first crop working in accord with the buyer;and be DATE. MAX. 1901 MIN. MAX.1900 HID. Percales, Dimities r'

before a second crop' can be successfullygrown able to maintain, to a great extent, uniform Mar. 27. 74' 60 77 67 1
again. Some time since I asked prices in all markets, and thus more 28. .82 56 78 65 Ducks, Piqua, Etc. r-+.
: an old melon grower of Southwest Geor- 29. 78 60' 77 65 C> SODA WATER ICE CREAM]
fully distribute the fruit and enlarge the ". 79 63 Furnished .
30. 78 65 -Samples Gladly .
gia if he'lad made his mind how
up demand. With our increasing crops 31. 89' 68 71 65 TOBACCOS AND CIGARS.
Iong4he land should rest before a second Jill e:: .
these matters are vital. If our growers Apr. 1. 82 67 68 59 ..
crop could be safely planted., His reply 2. v 82 74 70 ... 56 '
will only stand by.the association on. the -'MILLINERY 8 All the novelties in
Total rainfall for the week, .08 inch.
i was, "I have had some costly experiencealong lines above indicated and rigidly deter
Departure from the normal rainfall for the r 5
:, this line, and have about concluded mine to either sell or ship through the week minus.41 inch. Pattern Hats, Shapes, = BELTS, TIES and NECKWEAR .

, ., that, as far as I am concerned, land once association, and not let their fruit go Departure from normal rainfall'since Jan. Sailors, Trimmings, i iI .+ .
fine of melons will 1,1901, plus 3.27 inches. I
producing a
from them through other channels
never be planted again by me, for my would have control of the -3 '
we practical Observer Weather Bureau.. 1 |DOMESTIC, and WHITE Sewing,mach-
limits of time for rest is one hundred Indian river pines, and with the mark of Jupiter, Fla.. April 2.1901. > SHOES, IVOTIOXS. 1i i tr.: installment.
r ines
;;, years, and I could hardly hope to see the the association shipping stencil.orour, liii or
Seven Years In Bed. .- | Mail as well as personal business solic
time that I would'be willing to plant fruit in the' hands of those 'who have
again." bought it, we would be safe from the "Will wonders ever cease?" inquire the New Line Men's e ited. Prompt and careful attention.
,Now advice to all is do friends of Mrs. L. Pease, of Lawrence, i
my beginners price-cutting of irresponsible houses so CD BEST GOODS AT LOWEST PRICES.TRUNKS .
knew she had been unableto i I
not let argument tempt to ever the of Kan. They Straw Hats !
:4 any you liciting, or price-cutting some even
Make store
.leave her bed in seven years on account our your ,
melons where they have before houses who have done this-as i! r
plant grown reputable i of kidney and liver trouble, nerve Keep up with the procession, we will use
will find hundreds of people they could safely dO-not having 0 ; well.
; you any ous prostration and general debility but i you
who will tell you that they have grown money interestip the fruit, and being "Three bottles of Electric Bitters enabledme JEWELRY and m ii JOHN R. WALKER & CO.
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IT three, four, five and six successive crops without interest in the association and to walk," she writes, "and in three -
::, of melons on the same land, and that the the fruit that bur agents feel, which months I felt like a new person." Women HI K BOAS. i IU Titusville, Fla.

last was the best. I believe these fellows would enable us to net higher prices and suffering from headache, backache,

think they are telling the truth, butdon't a larger demand. nervousness, sleeplessness, melanchol
open up and will find Ii.a Dr. S.W. Carroll. W. E. Goldsmith.
: throw away any money by trying "We sold our fruit through: twenty- fainting dizzy spells'it. Satisfactionis

t to prove that they are right-let the ..experience three agents the past season, making a priceless guaranteed.blessing.Wilson Try & Son and J. B. CARROLL & GOLDSMITH,

of old melon I growers of Southwest wide' distribution of same, and the records Screven. Only*50c. 5 '

. Georgia and Middle Florida be' sufficient 'show____ .. that.n__. despite the'_.'_ big difference_nn__ Staple and Fancy r:!n n 111 u T QJ
, '. -they will tell you not to attempt in.freight rates the net results were very Shake Into Your Shoes. --. -- -- ( .L\1\JVJLJ.L\1.L..LJ:

e it. close together, and that the argument I Allen's Foot-Ease, a powder. It cures pain Hay Grain, Fresh Fruits and Vegetables,
f: I see that some parties are distributing have held is being proven each season, ful smarting, nervous feet and ingrowing Tin, Glass and Crockery Ware. I I. TltUSVllle, Florida.We .
circulars all over the state advising melon viz., that the question of what market is nails and instantly take the sting out of solicit your patronage. Mail orders promptly attended to. .
! _, growers not to plant seed grown in Flori of little importance to a grower it is a corns and bunions. It's the greatest comfort
discovery of the age. Allen's Foot-Ease
,:_ da. These parties either do not know question of.the net result, with a wide makes tight or new shoes feeLeasy. It is a

% ty any better,or they have an ax to grind, : distribution to keep all markets healthy, certain cure for sweating callous and hot B. L. BEADY & BRO.,
.,; in going' into the seed business them- with fair prices and prompt sales, and a tired, aching feet. Try it today. Sold by all
and shoe mail for 25c.
stores. By
selves, and have a lot of very choice seed net result!: for the whole, at the end of the druggists in stamps. Trial package FREE. Address, -

of their own selection, which they might season, that means a right profit for the Allen S. Olmsted LeRoy N. Y. D
Groceries Grain and
;:: be prevailed upon to part with for a val grower. leers. Hay
; uable co ideration.- "There has been an heavy increase of I Know One Sure Remedyfor .

A tropical country is the home of the the acreage in pines, and a great many an obstinate cold. Its name ia Pyny-Balsam. AND ALL FOOD PRODUCTS.We .

;. watermelon, and the nearer you get to old fields have been replanted. With no YOUR GROCER FOR handle prpdri'-e of all kind We are agents for Mape-' Fortilizers. We deal exclusively
-' the tropics the nearer to perfection you disaster, the coming season will show us ASK in the above lines of goods and solicit the trade of all consumers. Write us for prices on
: will find the melon. What would you a very large crop of fine fruit, and the Grain and all Groceries, delivered at your station. E. L. BRADY & BRO.,TITUSVILLE, FLA.

think of the man who told you that you season after 1902, if we still escape severe

should by all means get your orange buds cold,, will show us the largest crop we JstPThe JAMES PBITCHARD. President. W.M. BROWN Vtoe-Preatdent. C.S. SCHXTTLEE Cashier

I from the hot houses of Bos-ton, Mass., or have ever marketed by many thousand

Rochester, N. Y.; that they should come crates INDIAN RIVER STATE BANKP

r' ss from the extreme north to produce good "I am well satisfied that these tig cropsof 5 Minute Breakfast food.
t oranges in F ri.l.Sow 1 for proof that Reds can be safely marketed at satisfactory ..

;Y J these parties arc in rrror, it is an open prices if the association; and the Purina Health Flour County Depository.

secret amoii'tii .ei Ins:n that southern buver are in control and the solicitor is ,_
grown melon "enl ( nd.the farther south kept- out. We are -opening up new markets -r' Makes Authorized Capital$100,000. __I ;,; ----- ---- --

the better) an mIn'h t-etter than northern and creating bigger demand all the "BRAIN BREAD. Paid up Capital, $ 25,000

or western-groun M nd I, and they are willing time. We are growing better fruit and PURINA MILLS ST. loUIS. Mo. Average Deposits, $100,000.TRANSACTS ,

, ;c to pay moiv f them; and a great packing it better all the time, and we A ::.. _-Lj

many large Sl imen, in quoting their need not fear its being sought, appreciated 1 GERESb5IMPlt5TMAOt.COMPAC5TAfiT

prices tit the wlioltw-ile trade quote south- and freely used in all our markets : General Banking Business
ern- rO\\11 melon seed at from three to and in many new ones. :.01 EASILY
lt .
five cents per pound higher than northern "I know that this fruit can be placed p..: rd CASpTINGSefiMARINE Largest and Oldest

and satisfactory results made, and the ,STATIONARY
= or westerngrown.I 9 '
f. "" .' [_CAHiUStt8CVtLE irfGjMtijr_ Lank on the Hirer '
plant both northern-grown seed and nearer we come to controlling the shipments J 'T ','i 4ry'.}2l[F'O"u .;gi SS
seed each through the association, or selling I ... 6AS BfNtRATDB VAl'VtS/" and Sold = -
;: my own Florida-grown year, w Q( BOAT FRAMES, Exchange Bought on
and the only difference: I find is that the f. o. b., the surer will be our success. I GERE V.UNL +NfWk16RAND.RAPlDU1iClW; all Foreign Countries. '
southern-grown seed produces fewer melons "Despite the discouragement at the beginning

larger melons and a few earlier' mel- of last' season's shipping, and polite Patronage treatment appreciated.and every Prompt favor consistent service, f.

ons than the northern grown, the latter with more than four times the crop we with conservative banking granted.CORRESPOXDE ., .
producing more melons and averaging had the previous season, you have seen TS: a

r4 much smaller in size. Southerngrownmelon the excellent net result made, which ia Seaboard National Bank of New York,

seeds are the best and are admit- very close to the net result for summer 1I and National Bank of Jacksonville. 1

: ted'to be such by all competent growers. season of=last year. TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.
E "I do not think we need feel any discouragement 'j':

over the growing of pinesin

tT ADVANTAGES D I Of COOPERATION. Cuba, the Bahamas and Porto Rico. GEO. N. HATCH :: :: L,

These pines are inferior to our Reds, and --- ,--,
the trade appreciate the fact and ask for
Association Last
The Pineapple Grower Dealer in
Summer Shipped 51,245 Crates. our pines; besides, the matter of trans a General Merchandise,
portation will always act in our favor.
"r' March 31.-Following is an ex- """ .
There is no disguising our pines. Theyare consisting of everything.-
tract from the annual report of E. P. generally of quite different shape and usually kept in a _ROCKLEDGE, FLA.
of the Indian F.r w Porcher, general agent color when ripe, and the association
Lake Worth Pineapple Grow- -,---- -------- -
River and shipping stencil is almost a perfect trade PROTECTION.Your .
<; ers' association, giving the extent of the mark, for 'tis widely known that we
and prices realized during the within home needs more substantial protec- COUSENS & PRATT
shipments handle only the pines our special
and discussing the ad- tion thn is given by a hose and fire engine. ,
summer of 1900, territory and no others, and our agents Your best. plan is to
.. vantages of co-operation: have been asked of this matter by buyers -
"The total number of crates of pineapples and consumers, and have replied: INSURE AGAINST FIRE! ...MAKERS OF FINE... > ;

handled by the association during 'When you see that association shipping A policy in a fire insurance company will ,

this period amounted to 51,245 standard stencil you may know things are righ't, cost provide you you only with a small the amount means to per build year a, new and Yacht Sails Awnings and Flags
result shows an ,
crates, on which the net and that you are getting the fruit you homeshould your present one burn. 1

average for the whole, including culls, asked for and want' AGAINST ACCIDENTS! if
seconds and, ripes, of $1.73 net per INSURE 410 Atlantic Ave. Boston Mass.
standard crate. If we include only Red A Poor Millionaire They are bound to happen, be you ever ,

Spanish pines, 'and also leave off the Lately starved in London because he so careful.INSURE YOUR LIFE! ..ESTIMATES AND SAMPLES: OF..

culls, ripes, eta, our average, for good could not digest his food. Early use of
Red Spanish fruit will be about $2 netper Dr. King's New Life Pills would have For you must die. Then what about your

: crate, including all sizes up to 42a. saved him. They strengthen the stom- family. Duck and Canvas Sent
_* ."It ia estimated that the entire crop ach, aid digestion, promote aSsimilation, O. S. SOHIT5TLER, on Application.ESTA.BT .

for our section amounted to about 130,000 improve appetite. Price 25c. Money Titusville Fla.
if not satisfied. Sold by Wilson & .
crates. Of these; some 35,000 crates' were Son back and J. B. Screven, druggists. 5 Calendars and blotters for distribution. iTSKESP IN '18S1. '

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THE : FRIDAY,.. APRIL, .. ., -;, :
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fr. _p7t, :OD-3 :sPRSIDE% Iil1JCIOR wjifch partfcularl/tlmpressed' li malter'inefarehls'exeeritivg Arrestn.: ; ;: 1J i- t- :
.. abllit t ot;,the I .j_ Y? I _----I --J--
2 detallar'ortheoffice'and_ his almoSt kriarvelous disease by the timely- use .'ofutt's

;' ._ :Point'o(Sxnllariy.Between Dim and the .capacity for.hard work: ,He has x igZ mmmm nnmmn m nmm<+tumaauau ,

. ;it- ; -. .. -. .. '' Mate: President.. Arthur., a splendid physique, the bestfof health,' 'l iverJPilJ: )?,;an old and: um
ft,. ., :.:. ., ;-Special- : correspondence- ? bfThe* Florida-4 ,Star a. cheerful,disposition and good digeslion. -* favorite remedy -of increasing i ; ... :
,, :for him that
.No claimjs.set:
Lf"' ...:-;, '"' :'AT. 5fir, April2>- '
f ': Ben Ode1 "- acid to'old lineRepablt -
; . : _, > recognizes him "as. ulearv headed,. "re: For Infants and Children.
,i fia&'served' man' In the HEADACHE _
j 't ant yho years ? sour efuJ"a energetic ancf( possessing ,' '''01''''''''''' "'"" '" """""'" """ '''''''rn,'' ,

: :;.. : legislature, to me_at-the Xen Eyck today -a:remarkably 'keen Insight Into' human sour stomach, malaria./indigestion __-=---

..\.... ,' "' : -'-"He, Is* a growing factor, in rha-\ nature.' He essentially a businessman torpid liver; .constipationand i-j The Kind You Have
. 1MI' 'j-:,; tional politics and a strong';'presiden and applies'busineissprinciples; to ,
', ; tial'possibility! for 19C& If.lie':shall be1rcnominated administration of public affairs. all bilious:diseases.TUTT'S : .
:. -- :Mr..jOdell wasVbprn In N. '
: Always Bought
W: forgovernor two yearsr Liver PILLS.
Y. .
; hence-and: 1 don't see, how anyone"j about.47/years ago and got his preliminary : .
'-' education, Jn. 't2e! schools of AVegefablePreparaltonforAss1mi1atingtheToodandlle -4
; '
j ,.1 can him evenif there should be '
: stop ;a '
'.' t; ... that city, He fora'time at Columbia Blind Bill, (who ,has just received a* u -
\ ;' .des)f e, In'any quarter to do so, which I university in New York, but copper)-"Thankee, fir; thankee. I rioo ting theStoiaachs andBowels cfV Bears the
if, .. .eryjmucb. doubt-and.should Jie'be:re- left before '
,.completing going as Iron wonldn'.t.fer. it the, poor blind
}t : elebted, he would ben_; formidable.: ..can-' home 'to:, heipout his father fn apolitical nan d'fectiy I see .come round the '
;:,: 'dldate next.Repulv: 4
r .which senior '
t : fight the : Odell conler..' "":'Tit-Bits. < Signature'Promotes
.Jican- :national convention. in any then had on his hands. He did not go "**

event he will ,have something to say .back .to the ',1Dh'erslty'and, since'then Beat Way to Cure backache. DigcstioaCheeiful- .
In that connection and' the big politi I has been active in business, and poli .disorder .in nessandRestContains' of
Backaches are caused "by
clans will
be.:entirely willing to listen tics. He is not rich, but has' acquireda the kidneys. Foley+ 'Kidney' Cure will 0 mmNorphineilor1ineral.-'
to him. Governor,Odell 'is a thorough in business. In NOT NARCOTIC. .
competency. ,politics make the kidneys"right. Take no sub- .
Organization. man ,and pronounced, he has risen from the leadership of a stitute. Wilson'&Sou. ... .,
'a IRepublican.: partisan," continued the ward,in his native city to the stateJeg-' ,

a .a legislator, who is himself'an.organization islature,-''to congress, to the chairman- If all the.cabs in'London were placedin 1DrapaavowjiW1712MJr1 !

iw man. .. "but, he is more than tbat-. ship of the Republican state.committeeand a line'there would be a total length of Serf

+? he Is governor of,'the, great Empire now to the. governorship of the 43 miles. .&tM4SJ11-:Jmn
: : State in all that the title Implies. and greatest commonwealth of the Union. Aoise Setd :.'. e I n

he knows and appreciates dignity "What next?" one may ask: In answerhls'lrfenos'say. "Stick to It" SJ1f.vNJfuJ "
x ..rid responsibility the otl ce. When itg&cnp
r ; .. "Another.term as governor Geo. L. Heard, of High Tower, Ga., / -
makes '
he up his mind that a given line
and then the
presidency the writes: "Eczema broke out on my baby, :
't = : of policy is right;and for'the best interests United States.'* 'Well. Benjamin B., covering the entire: body. Under treat S

: ---- 'of the whole state, .he may be Odell has become a sufficiently prominent mentof' oar family physician he got Aperfect Remedy for Constipation .
'; depended upon to follow it uncompromisingly he could 'slee'p for the burning
character to make this prophecy a' worse, as not Sour'Stonflch.Diarrtoea,
':This has, more thanotce matter of -public..interest specula and itching We used a box of 'Ban- .Convulsions.Feverish-
t been. demonstrated since nPr Salve' oh him and the time it F 0 V e r.
\s-: the first day .tion. SAM H. COON. by was ness and Lass OF SLEEP. 0 r .
i i'>' of last January when.he'outlined., his .' : gone he was well. The doctor seeing it .. .

: #.> ._':..' policy in simple .directed unmistakable V. B. Conklin, Boweravillc! 0., says: was curing him' said, 'Stick to it, for it is facsimile Signature of
him I
i '. language, and he .is steadfastly "I received 'more benefit from Foley'sKidney doing more JOOd'than anything
1 "
have done for him. Wilson & Son. Years
I adhering to tbat'policy.l The people like Cure than from months of treat- ... Thirty
ment physicians." Wilson & Son. YORK. _
by ,
" poll-s : x _. Of His' Ail1ndance.-"Yo 'neighborhas
.. '
There is sucha climate 1 Just given me an old coat," said the
variety pf
t f;' Governor: 9 t'Ilhas, been in active polItics .
Costa Rica that by going a few miles tramp.. "Can you give something?"
' i .et er,since he was :old enough tot
!, vote and even before that There is north orsooth, of a given point. any; kind "Yes," replied the 'clergyman "I will CASTORIA
: of climate may be enjoyed. go through the collection box and find
V no'one1 In the state who knows the intricacies -
-r buttons to match the Philadelphia
'-', _. of< the game,better than be, 'Running soresulcers, boils, pimples, ,Record.
*::' *.and you may dpend: upon U that be etc., quickly cured by Banner Salve, the THE CCNTAUII COMPANY..HEW TOBK CITY..A .

, ,:- willsJose no .points through bad play- most healing salve in the world.: A sure Ladles Uava'You Seen __ __ _: _': :. ._ __ n". .. = ',. --- ..:-. ..' :" '. ':: :'", -:: -. =----"-- : >::-.: -<-;-:"':'':
W" In.Y. cure for pile?. Wilson,& Son.
Or heard of Solid Cuevee Silver Tableware?
Opinions like this
are frequently Life lies behind us as the quarry from This is the new metal that is rapidly super
If. heard from senators and.assemblymeu whence title and seding sterling silver for spoons knives, forks
we get ,for
.' these days' the capitol corridors and copestones and other tableware. It is exactly the same E11a Fide S
hotel! 'jobbies and !it is conceded on all' the masonry of today.Emerson.No metal through and through has no plating to a1ary
wear off, looks just like sterling silver is
i',', sides that Benjamin B. Odell, Jr.. is avery harder aud will wear longer. It costs about $12 Wool :.1y.

"., much bigger man than a good Cxternal' one-sixth as much. It is not for sale in stores Men and women to appoint agents and represent us, some to
I" many'people supposed when last fall, but every lady in this vicinity can obtain a travel, others for local work. $12 weekly salary and expenses. .

: :when chairman of the Republican set of these Solid Cuevee Silver Teaspoons, Old established house, pleasant, permanent positions, rapid '
\I. warranted to wear for twenty-five ,
I i state committee be was nominated. Syrnptticns0 without paying a cent. Write for this years freeo advancement and increase of wages. Writs at once.

.* governor of New York. Some recent rer &t once before it is withdrawn. Quaker Address BUTLER .& ALCER,
:' events and controversies brought into f Valley Mfg. Co., Morgan and Harrison Sts., Dept E. NEW HAVEN COXN. .
The blood be in bad condition, Chicago.
may -
"r. strong those elements of char-
j I P.S.-Cut this notice out. and return it
with external skiD
yet no signs, no .
t aster which differentiate the states- : with your request. This is important.
man from the mere politician. In illustration eruption or sores to indicate it. The THAT is (

w of this is a' recent incident in Symptoms in such cases being a variable .

which the governor refused to favor a appetite, poor digestion, an indescribable CASTORIAFor '
k bill urged by a prominent leader. weakness and nervousness, loss of.flesh '_ Our Specialty,

1 "Why, Ben you .favored this last and a general run-down condition of the Infants and Children.

year!" said the leader in surprise. system-dearly showing the blood baa Ihs Kind You Have Always BoughtBears G. M. DAVIS & SON,

"Last. year I was chairman of the lost its nutritive qualities,has become thin ':u

r-*: Republican state committee and Ben and.watery. It is in just such'cases that A / 4 :Air PALATKA, FLA,
Odell, the committee chairman work- the.
Ingfor his established s.S. S. has done some of its quickest and Signatureotl 4M'LJ'&k s r
party no precedents A Write for delivered prices.Steamship
for, Governor Odell. You, must most effective work by building up the :

not forget that I am now governor of blood and supplying the elements lackingto

N' the state of New York." make it strong and vigorous. H. A. HODGES,

This recalls a similar statement

r made by the late President Chester A. eral II My bottles wife of used S. S.sev-S. Satsuma flights, Fla. Ocean Co

Arthur when asked to do certain blood and .
as a purifier Dealer in and Manufacturers of
things which he might have favored to tone up a weak and
;- as a politician, but which he could not emaciated systemwithvery
q conscientiously'sanction as the chief marked effect byway I+ YELLOW PINE LUMBER SA.v ANN.a.EJ: IN-E.:

executive_ of thenation. By the way, of improvement."We AND CYPRESS Fast Freightand
there regard it a f
are some points of similiarity

between President Arthur and Governor great purifier.tonic"-}and.P.DUFF blood, ', Fruit and Vegetable Crates Passenger Route

,_ Odell.great Up to executive the point responsibilities of their assuming Princeton, Mo. NS TO NEW YORK, BOSTON AND THE EAST.AC" .

Estimates furnished for complete bills oi
the one as head of the nation'and the greatest of ail lumber to be delivered at any point on the

: the other as head of the Empire State and you will East Coast.

both had been regarded merely as S Sis n d the appetite im
li l\
shrewd politicians.; When Chester A. at once,strength II

Arthur was nominated for vice president returns. u_. and__ nervousness n__ u. vanishes_ _u ._ as_ new___ .. _,,__ i I --., _-
[ -r on the ticket with James A. Garit" -
field, there was no little criticism, even rich pure blood once more circulates I'Always Fresh.

.:0 within, the Republican party. It was through all parts of the system.S. Always the Best.afERJi.
asserted that .he was only a "pothouse S. S. is the only purely vegetable "

politician" and 'was therefore not fitted blood purifier known. It contains no minerals

for the office of vice president, much whatever. Send for our free bookon

a less that of president should it fall to blood and "skin diseases.and write our fare

Lis lot to discharge the duties of that physicians any information or advice

high office. That lot did fall to him Wanted. No charge for medical advice.
r sooner than any one had dreamed and 'j
sgld; everywhere. __ -
when he became.president of the United 1901 Seed Annual free.D. .

States the pall .of a great tragedy .M.KRBY &CO.,DETROIT, MICH.! BY LAND AND SEA.

-, hung darkly over the country and his Short Bail Bide to Savannah,
own party was rent by the most bitter A1 K1 IIAWKES thence via Palatial Express

and unrelenting factional fight in its I Steamships. . .

history. Thus beginning under specially KING 21 MALARIAIs ooooooo SAILINGS FROM SAVANNAH:
The Famous Atlanta ooooooo
t difficult conditions, he gave the OpticianRECEIVED king of all CHILL TONICS. 0000000 4 11 oooooooiOOOOOOO

,- country for three years a clean safe ooooooo, SHIPS EACH WEEK

and conservative administration, LaurelsAgain ooooooo {oooooookOOOOOOO
- ti which, all things considered, will compare '
.favorably with that of any other TO NEW YORK,

administration. He realized to the full -.. : dt Making close connections with New York-Boston Ships or Sound Lines.
_'- extent the dignity and The Paris Expositionhas A ticket agents and hotels
t responsibility made the Gold are supplied with monthly sailing schedulesWrite
of the office, and, while he did not have Medal Award to for
general information, sailing schedules,
to pass on any consummately great ar tc, staterooms reservations, or call on -
questions, be so administered its duties .IYlIlARPERKENTUCKY W. H. PLEASANTS Traffic ALTER HAWKINS,
, Manager. General
Q- Agent Traffic
as to earn the confidence and esteem New Pier 35, North River New York. 224 Department,
West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.
of his lellow countrymen..
Gold MedalHighest
Before his nomination Benjamin B. WHISKEY -r:> o. 6'?'

= as Odell merely was likewise a manipulator generally of.regarded politics Award Diploma of Honor Cold medals were 1 Reliable 1 Garden S' ADAPTED ESPECIALLY FOR SELECTED SOUTHERN AND !

also awarded at
and the idea
was prevalent that i
For Superior Lens Grinding and New Ortearw lafiS PLANTING . .
c would be simply a figurehead, carrying and>VbrWi Fair '
Excellency in the Manufacture of Chicago 1893. Refugee and Valentine Beans Genuine &
:out such policies as his par- and Glasses. Sold Bermuda Onion Seed Griffiug's Succes
+ Spectacles 'Eye and Field
ty leaders might dictate. It has been Sold by F.A.LOSLEY,K.L. MOTLOW. sion Cabbage, Matchless and MoneyMaker Seed
in Cities and Towns in
r amply demonstrated early In his ad- over 8,000 Titugville,Florida.Foley's Tomatoes, etc., etc.
further from the truth than such an 1870. Honey and Tar complete stock of Fresh Field and Garden'Seed Always on Hand.

assumption. No one familiar with,the heals lungs and stops the cough. '1 .
"to current political history of the state These Famous Glasses for Sale by 1I I I ONLY CAREFULLY. TESTED SEED SENT OUT.

needs to be told that he is governor de PARKER'S THE EXCELSIOR

P :r -- Jure et 'de facto and that he: fully'ai)- J. B. 'S JREVEN.EYE Clesue HAIR. ud betntlfi BALSAM ei the bait SEED FARMS ,,
' preclates not only'the Tromota a laxmint gtoruu THE GRIPPING BROTHERS COMPANY. '
responsibility Hew JU1 to Bat N GUI P. O.
'but the dignity ofthat.posltlon.; i Hair to its Youthful Color. Box 533 B. JACKSONVILLE
'" SIGHT TESTED FREE Cam Klp diMMM hair fallliIC.Oc t FLA.
:. Tlie things. about Governor' Odell_ 1 !.a nd
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,Ban G 1lie' items received--, too late for: training,. and we are'impressed. favorably <
; CURRiHlLOCIL lICOKICS.. publication this week. C NIl8CHOOl ,BOIRD; .. ,. I THE f (EXECUTION X( Of HKDIR[ ON. ,

Mr.J.J.Jacobs left -Tuestoy ',for. his ,, -- -4 On motion and 'vote it was resolved:

-: .< Moiih. Titusville be and dedicated for
This set
apart Hitch
or Mishap.
: About Tlt TI1le. ...
.n4. Messrs. F. A. Morgan and W. B.Lynch .
: inacksonvme The board met Monday, April 1st, at gymnasium _purposes, to be conducted Last Friday morning the first legal execution
ReV.1i. A. Hughes epenV yesterday have formed a partnership in real estate,
under the direction of the board of pub
8a. m. Present J. M. Dixon chair
lO-this county for nineteen years
See their '
insurance collections etc.
lic instruction Brevard andthat
man; R.N.. Andrews, and. R. E. i county, took place, when Joe ,Henderson, the
...Mrs. N. _Saunders, of ,Eden, was iniown card,on-page 8. the Titnsville Gymnasium association -.
,secretary. The minutes of the last negro who killed Q Burke at Cocoa on
Monday. The noon train and 'the northbound meeting were read and -approved/ The may erect structures on and have Dec. 31st last, met death on the.scaffold.

: fend.your'watches for repairs to W, M. train .arriving_here-at 5:30'p.. m. were treasurer's report for the month of March use'of said lot till such time as the school Henderson was prepared to die, in fact,

j; 1V ood ward.Titusvi11e.: Work guaranteed. taken off Tuesday. The Ihtht.} rains will was received, read, examined, found board, may acquire such structures by he was ready for his fate the day before,

: Representative\ ; K.. B." .Raulerson'- went be discontinued after;next Monday correct and ordered entered in the min purchase from such association. when he so informed the- -sheriff.- -He- .

Tallahassee last Friday to attend the l The regular term of our public school utes and the warrants filed. .FINANCIAL STATEMENT., thanked the latter for his kindness to _

legislature.. I closes today The kindergarten department Bills were read in detail and payment TrrcsviiXE, FLA., April 1, 1001. him, and when the hour of execution arrived -
;- have Easter hunt. authorized as "Itemized Expendi Friday Henderson was as cool and
will an egg per
: Miami this week To the Hon.A. A. Stewart, Clerk of the Circuit -
Mr.'E. L. Brady is at Mr. Moon gives notice elsewhere of an tures."' Court. fSrr full of nerve'as he has been all along

looking after business interests in the- extension of the school for two months. The secretary reported havjng receivedthe :-In compliance with- section 3, since his trial.Careful '

:: :Magic City.. Mr. J. Middleby, Jr., and wife, of Bos- acceptance of Mr. T. J. Thompson to chapter 4332, laws of Florida, we hereby preparations had been made,

: Miss Ida 'Dodson has returned from ton, who have been at Rockledge for act; as supervisor for the school at Canav- file with you the. following itemized every detail had been looked after by ,

: iden, where she has had charge of-the some weeks_ left Monday via this place eral.The statement oT all school moneys received: Sheriff Brown himself thoroughly thatno

public schoolCond'uctor for.Sanford to take the St. Johns river superintendent icported having appropriations made and warrants issued mishap could occur. The scaffold was

: L. P. Deesz has returned : steamer for Jacksonville on their way visited all schools in the county, except for the month ending the 1st day of erected in a temporary enclosure at the

liere tQ- take charge of the. Sanford branch I north. two summer schools recently established, April, A. D. '1901. rear of the jail building constructed 'of
; T. and from the information gathered it is, boards so as to make the hanging private.
for the summer. Mr. J. D. Arrick, of Columbus, Ohio, in the judgment of the board to Warrants outstanding at last report $13,416.82 The sheriff and his M. S. Jones
which of the prudent Warrants issued in April-__________ 1,48t01Totall&Oco.83 deputies, ,
.. Can any one guess one with Wm. M. ..Fisher & Sonscommission paint several structures during the summer Jr., A. P. Gore, and J. N. Waller, the
J'oung'men in this town will shortly enter merchants, of that city, and a friend of
among those in pressing need of it, physician in attendance, Dr. B. R. Wilson -
the matrimonial state? Judge Cochran, ownerof, Summit grove:, and steps will be taken to accomplish the Less warrants paid in March_.__.._ 1,121.14 and probably a dozen or fifteen citi-

-- Mrs. Fischer left 'last'Saturday to join was a passenger on 'the, southbound yes- work' in ample time for the fall terms to Warrants now outstanding___._____$. ,779.69 zens were allowed, inside the enclosure.
the, captain at Miami, and return with terday for Miami. open promptly.The Balance cash on hands as per Henderson did not care for any break-

him on the catboat Elise.: Messrs. J. C. Cooper, of Jacksonville, legal voters Sebastian precinct treasurer's last report____$ 0.10 fast although Deputy Waller told him
Mr. C. McCarty, of Ankona, was in G. Street, of Houston, Texas, W. H. H. having presented a petition for during 1,123.47u,123 that he could have anything' he wanted. H

town this week to be present at the couniy '- Gleason, of Eau Game, were in town sub-district, embracing their territory, 57 He only swallowed a cup ,of coffee. _

commissioners' meeting. --Wednesday to_ attend. a meeting.... the the..movement. was. highly. commended. Warrants paid during month 1,121.14 Shortly after 10 o'clock. he was broughtto ,
stockholders of the East Coast .Realty ana upon inquiry ana investigation the -- the gallows. Deputy Sheriff Jones
; I Hall of Braidentown and Balance in hands of Treas.__$ 2.43 2.43
Mrs. Will company relating the Delespine grant. plan of creating "Special Tax School Dis- read the death warrant after which Hen

Mrs. Geo. Hall, of Sebastian and are both Archdeacon B. F. Brown will hold) divine tricts" from the territory embraced in Deficit_ in funds________________$ ,777.26I derson said he was prepared to go. Rev.
W. Hall family.
visiting Mr. E. service Easter Sunday in St. Ga- the present three "County School Board I ITEMIZED RECEIPTS. Hinton, of Cocoa, read a chapter from

Mr. Frank McFarland and family leftyeSterday briel's church, Titusville, at 11 a. m. Districts" received such 'favorable legal Ralance in treasury at last report--.$ .10 the Bible and offered a preyer. Rev.

: : for Derby, Conn., sailing via with Holy Communion service; at St.Mark's support as to induce steps being taken From.. tax" collector.. polls co. school levy 1900 1900 739.81 25.00 Robinson, of this place, was also with
-; the Mallory line from Brunswick, Ga. immediately looking to its consumma i the doomed man.
church, Cocoa at 7.30 p. nj. state comp. into on school fund._ 349 20 j
{ tion. With that end in view the board of'93-96-97-98-99 9.46 The noose having been adjusted and _
: Rev. H Keigwin, synodical missionary Subject of the evening sermon, "The _
: of the Presbytery'was in town Monday, I resurrection." prepared a form petition and had the I Total receipts.________________.fU23.57 the black cap placed over Henderson's _
0 leaving that afternoon for points down same printed, sending copies to each supervisor -: head, the drop fell at 10:43, his body _
Messrs. Pritchard_& Son have recently in the county and to various ITEMIZED EXPENDITURES. falling .iust at the same time_ that__ _Hen.___ t
'the coast. replaced the old plastered ceiling in their Persons thought to be interestedin B. E. Minis salary county supt. Mar.. 75.00 ng. ; :
Mr. E. 'C. Jones arrived here from Alabama hardware with metal of specially Teachers'salaries___________....____$1,093.75 derson answered "yes" to the sheriff's
store a ceiling ___
the additional
movement to .
secure J.)1. Dixon. per diem forApril2.00 question, was he ready? His neck was _
; Tuesday with a carload of horses very pretty design. It adds greatly to millage for school purposes. R. N. Andrews, per diem for Apnl broken by the fall of about seven and a

and Jersey cattle, and will,stop at. points the appearance of the large salesroom, The board are unanimous in saying to and mileage___;._____.__-_._____.. 6.00 half feet, his body never quivered. )n
__- don the coast.. while its durability is beyond comparisonwith R. E. Mims, supt., office expenses dar _
...,.: our people that, in their judgment, such ing March ___..___ _____-_________ 1.29 about twelve minutes the body was cut ___
-1-: : Captain Simonson_returned home Sun a plastered ceiling. steps are necessary to provide sufficient B. E. Minis incidental expenses of down and the attending physician having ___

F day with thd sloop Why Not. Mr. H. : Senator Dimick has been appointed revenue to run the schools as popular schools ....______________..._____ 14.13 pronounced him dead, was placed in _
I. Xipp of Cocoa, came up with him and' chairman of the committee on appropriations. wish demands and provide a yearly sink Indian River State bank, to pay for a coffin and shipped to Cocoa on the afternoon 4
lot in full_________.._ ____________. 110.00J.
. .spent a day or BO. He ison the committees finance ing fund, looking to a healthy financial P. Sawtelle rent build. No. 37, Feb. 2.00 train for burial, where Henderson ,
Messrs. Wilson & Stnmpe launched and taxation, on rules, and on comtnercfe condition of the school interests. Cocoa News print. circulars teachers2.25 had relatives living.
I Rauler These petitions now before the Southern Book Co., free text books2.00 Too much credit be -
and navigation. Representative go people cannot given ta
'their new skipjack yacht Tuesday after- Hinds &; Noble, free text books __..._ 11.04
; Tioon. They expect to have her in sail- son is chairman of the honse committeeon and we trust they will appreciate the Brevard Co. State bank int Feb.-Mar. 51.30 Sheriff Brown and his deputies for the

:a- .jug trim in a few days. fisheries, and is. a member of the committee motives.. .. .. which. prompt. us to. .recommend.. Ind.__ u River State_. bank. ".. ".. 78.61 successful- carrying out of the sentence of
on corporations, and also on Indian it lor tneir acceptance, ana indulge the Melbourne State bank, Zi 96 the law in this case. It is a very Unpleasant -
Mr R. R. Rocker was up from Cocoa affairs. hope that by prompt action we shall be Advocate envelopes and printing ____ 4.00 duty for the sheriff to perform
several the week looking after _" E. W. Hall, tax collector, tax on TI- ,
days past enabled to comply with every legal requirement tusville school lot._______._____._. 6.68 but Brevard's officer knows no hesitationor
his place at Mims, returning to his: post Dramatic and Musical Recital. so as to have it operative in fear in the discharge of the duties of

of duty Tuesday evening. i A dramatic and musical recital will be time to derive benefit for the present Total expenditures$1,484.01 his official position.In .

Mr. Frank Webber, who has been in given by Mrs. Rollins and Miss Brady : current year.It I Adjournedtc .meet at8 o'clock on Monday 1882 Morris Metzger, a white man,*

the employ' of the Southern Express and Miss Mims on Tuesday evening, having come to the knowledge of the May 6th,1901. was hung at this place for the murder of

company at Palatka, returned home last April 16th, at the opera house, for the board that in some instances school edifices J. M. DIXOS, Chairman. Sammie Moore, one of the pioneer set-

Friday on account of sickness. benefit of the Titusville baseball and gun have been used for the purpose of Attest: R. E. MIMS, Secretary. tiers of this section on Banana river, who

Mr. Wade Jones has- given'up his position clubs. The programme will consist of a holding dancing parties, we take official was. then running a store at the same

in the 'postoffice and is expecting one-act nlav.. sones and recitations given- action upon the matter, and positively Notice to School Patrons. corner where the Scrimgeour buildingnow
rostu prohibit from using our school stands.
in anyone
shortly to thke a position as traveling e The public schools will continue, as in
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buildings for such purposes for the future. The crime of which Henderson was
representative for a Palatka firm. Real Estate Transfer.We Supervisors are reminded of the fact that the past, for two months. I have not convicted is remembered by most of our

: Rev. A. C. Sirdefield will,D. V.preachnext they are custodians of the school property seen all of the patrons, but have seen readers. He killed C. Burke a white
learn reliable author-
Sabbath at Hardeeville at 10a. upon pretty and we look to them to see that the enough to warrant us to teach the schoolsall
man, an umbrella mender, at Cocoa on
Point at 2 m. Union ity that Capt. Nelson, of Perth Amboy, ( the departments).
m., and at City p. buildings, furniture and apparatus of our Monday Dec. 31st by following him
Sunday school at City Point at 3 y. ni.S N. J., who has spent the winter season schools are protected by every buildingrlnrinrr We lack a few pupils of having enoughto and striking him on the head with a barA up -

here, has purchased the property owned the full salaries, yet we will start. ___ ._ ..
invited. .
All are hoinl": .C"nl'olv.,, .... In"ll-oi1. intprmis.. pay. = A fi. I. t :
iI tISi Uh&O -
Mr. of Sunthtown Branch "lb .J 0 ui irun. All r ins apprenension anu arrest -
by Kenyon, trusting that some send whom we
have been sions of the school term. may
These moonlight nights Henderson made a confession alleg-
N. Y. formerly owned by and known as
and that who did
have not some
folks for The board has objection in sections
the no
taken advantage of by young the Wilbur in South ing an assault from Burke. This: was
Sidney property, not definitely will do so at once
this where there is church promise ,
water 'parties. Nearly every night Titusville. Capt. Nelson will improveand no or: Sunday proved impossible by the evidence, and
and launch buildings to their use for these and make up thennmber.Coml"
week there have been sailing beautify the place which is one of purposes strong circumstantial evidence from a
lev stand schools.
us by our
the school DOORS furniture and ,
parties out upon:the bay. i the riverfront properties in this provided number of witnesses lead to his conviction -
: highest Your teachers are trying to work an
and the doors up
'Mr. \V'. H. McFarland spent a day or whole section of country. Rev. J. A. apparatus and fastenings are not to damaged the house properly secured eight months' termfor another year. If for murder in the first degree.

in the first of the week, return- and family who are now livingon .
so town Hughes after such use. you will stand by it this year, we believe .:
to Jacksonville on the early) morning the place will continue it for NOTICE. ..
ing occupy The petition from certain patrons of you will get it another year. I have
He has just recovered the Tax take notice! The tax booksof
train Tuesday. summer. the school at Tropic, asking for the removal accomplished this before, and hope to do payers
attack of pneumonia. the town of Titusville, Fla., will positively
fro quite a severe so this time.
.. of their school to City Point for close June 3rd. Books
T. Puckett has Judge Jones' Courts. We have the tuition at two (2.00) on open
We hear that Mr. Roy : the summer, being opposed by others put every day at the court house.
given up his position in the government Judge M. S. Jones returned home the who could not leave, was declined, as the dollars per month, which is as low as By order of the town council.

: printing office at Washington, D. C., and latter part of last week from a steady law would not permit it. anyone could ask. Each and every M. S. JONES, JR.,

expects soon to return to Cocoa to take I session of three weeks' spring term of That there may be a thorough understanding patron is expected to pay this two ($2 00)) .. Tax Collector.

charge of his paper, the Cocoa and Rock- : courts in Osceola, Orange and Lake. on the part of persons desiringto dollars per month. The terms are pay-

ledge News. Tuesday he went down the river to spend teach in the public schools of the county able in advance or at the first of the THE WHITE STORE.

Sunday services in the Presbyterian a day or so at his Klondike plantation. I notice is hereby given that all teach. first \veek. Pay to either the. principalor We guarantee better goods for less

church Sunday, April 7. .Sunday schoolat Next Monday he will convene the spring i ers must qualify themselves, by standingthe Dr. Dixon. money than any house in the county. -
9:45, m. Preaching at 11 a. m.; sub- term for Volusia in DeLand. There is required examinations June, and Our object in collecting this early is W. J. CRAYFOBD. 11'

a. Risen Christ." Y. P.Society some talk of enlarging the Sixth and only such will be assigned. And that the that the teachers may begin their vacation 3.,

ject, "The school concert at 7:15 Seventh circuits by adding more countiesto list of applications (or teachers may be as soon as school closes. Then they FLOWERING PLANTS. *(!
at 3 p. rn. Sunday them. It seems: to us that a better will not have to wait for salaries. '
full and complete, it is suggested to all ;
Spring, 1901. My stock of Palms
.I'. m. J. A. Hughes, pastor. plan would be to provide another circuit. persons desiring assignment that they I Let us all come together and make the Ferns, Crotoas, Geraniums, and Bedding

; ThY Bond company's lumber scow Both these judges have their time pretty make formal application for teacher's positions last the best month of the school term. Plants, assorted, was never better. Prices

Sunny South sailed Wednesday for the closely occupied with cases aside from through the county superintend Yours, in the school work, very low. Send for circulars. : ,
Canaveral club house with lumber and the regular spring and fall terms through ROB'T L. Moox.Heywood's A. L. HATCH, -t:

other material for Contractor Decker, who out their circuits. -"" ent.Notice is given the patrons and friends Rockledge, Florida. .

will erect a new building for the club. education in our county that the board Bi-Chloride of Fun I:
.The.. work will require about six weeks' Weather Report. I purposes at the.first regular meeting after Will cure everything (including the Tho. fir. Krxika nf Plroi'orfl nnnnh., ..,11ii.
: '- iA wuuao ut L 3 iVIU vuuutjrbe WUL
SUMMARY FOR MARCH BY REV. JAS. H. the June examination, proceeding to assign blues.) He treats the entire system
kept until the 20th of at
"lW"Dr.. W. B..Hentz and Mr. W. H. Ores- WHITE. U. 8. WEATHER OBSEBVEB. teachers to schools for the ensuing through the eye and ear. Throats examined the office open of the tax collector in the April court .

son, of City Point, paid our town a visit Highest temperature on the 31st, 86.5; I scholastic year, selecting first from the while you laugh. No pain except Titusville, Fla. ,
the latter part of last week. In a few, lowest temperature on the 17th, 41.0. list of teachers those holding state or in the side. You yell, but it don't E. W. HALL,

: weeks the genial doctor returns to his Mean for the month 64.1; average mean county certificates, and request is made hurt. You cry, but it's from laughing. Tax Collector. 4-

home in Brazil, taking a roundabout trip for 20 years,65.1;highest mean for 20 yearsin that those interested will make known Heywood is supported by a company cf -

-. via Europe instead of going from'New 1882, 71.4; lowest mean for 20 years in their wishes and preferences in advance artists, all the best in their line. Not a DRAYING. I

York direct 1896, 59.5. of that time sufficient to mature a course I dull moment, but a merry-go-round of Draying and baggage transfer promptly j

A mishap to the boiler of the Titusville Rainfall in inches, 6.69; average for 24 of action on the part of the board which fun. To appear here on the evening of attended to by Ewan Rice, Titusville. .

Electric Light company' about 2 o'clock I years, 3.28;; greatest for 24 years in 1878, may be so productive of material interests Friday, April 5th, at opera house. Reserved -

Tuesday morning has caused a shutdownfor 9.74; least'for 24 years in 1896, 0.20. 'as to call for no revision. of action on seats now on sale at Eagle Cloth- FOR SALE. I

perhaps two weeks' time to put in a Prevailing direction of wind, southeast. the part of the board. I ing store. Postoffice outfit consisting of combination

: set of tubes. Everyone was either 'Number of clear days, 23; number of Certain citizens of Titusville approached -:. lock boxes, general delivery and

new kerosene lamps or providing fair days, 5; number of cloudy days, 3, the board with a proposition GASOLINE ENGINES. money order windows complete, cheap
fixing of Illustrated folder free. Address W. P. for cash. Inquire Mrs.M. A. Scrimgeour,
ones the next, day to use until number of days with rain, 7. looking to the physical development
--. new
i' the lights. are on again.fefeifrS Island Home, Merritts Island, Fla. our young people by providing a schoolof 1 UNDERWOOD, Agt, Roseland Fla. '

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1 ; / :- Entered at the'postoffiee atTiti avi11f as the.trials from 'justicesof l thepeaceaiidjoianty'courts : 'In r AI 14INOF
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;:," : 1;;!! >',.'::Ellis''H.:Wager. ,' Editor and Publisher.PUBLISHED chit court; where trials were for The board' sof (county commissioners POWDER ,;1 1,4CNrI
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c': ;, ; .'., > EVERY FRIDAY.MOBNING-- merlyhad: ., On. ground exi met 'in Titnsyille. Monday* .April" 1,

-: "t" ':i-'" ; ':" ': :> 0 I pense the:Trill was> 'defeated; for .itwas pursuant to, adjournment; members a .,.. Ml'wW'Pu.E. ; )>1 r

,. !: _"' : ',k :' ;" ". ,SUB8CUIPTION,*e50PER'_ 'ANNUM;! argued' that many present: J. R..Walker, chairman;J."Mendel '

:..' -; '.._" ". ,""' .'' .. -.76.,CENTS' iOR:.SIX.MONTHS.M .- ,:. be indicted, who would personswould be W. H. Sharpe,'fc: A.. Conkling arid ,Mafces the" food more, delkicHisand wholesome .-

'.> : : : '\d'ertlahi 'Bates Furnished on J. N. Wailer 'A. A., Stewart., Clerk,'and tIO'IAJCINQ POM'OEIt co.,lint Y RL ,
y._ ,. ., unable to, give, .bond4nd 'they .
I""frir :' ,, Application.It J, P. Brown,sheriff .
.....-: ..,i,:: ..., :" '- : .- would:be ui expense to the county 'TheJoJlowirigbusinees ,was transacted: ..
understood neitherTHJB ,
>-". : :':. .': 'must STAB.nor be clearly its editor 're that ponsible; forvopinions until trial, 'Those who favored the The minutes of last regular meeting J. N.Waller, county commissioner. 23.40 J. ..Palne, fee J. of"P. court.------ 6.00: '. 'JJ '

Mendel minutes:______ 5.00 J.'M'Sandere, -------- 1.93- . correspondents'Subscribers .. bill-then, it betterw'feed'a'few read and confirmed. copying ,
._"..1.-. argued.that was were H.c. Yowe'll, ferryman__._._=__ _- 10.00) J. P. Brown,feeding prisoners_______ 150.50? ", 1
0 It ordered that the 'publishing
..< .. : will, confer a favor on TEX men than to have one was A;D. Penny, salary county judge-__ 25.00 On motion it was ordered that the tar ':'j
the tax UsE (of 1900 be awarded '
'; if will of failure.toreceive delinquent '
if.: STAB they any the ,
good killed by J. E.Andrews salary pros. attorney3153
their -- man to.THB FLORIDA STAR. books be. closed' on the 20th of April,, i
-:: paper. evil of loss A. A. Ford, game and fish warden__. 40.00 _, '
j'Conrmnnieatlonaon- liv "to les,. ipeeia1J'; "toting 'pistoL'The A permit was granted to F. Fisher to Titusvilie Electric Light Co. ___ 9.00 1901.The .?

of local interest,are solicited.,:But the editor: of some good .men in different parts capture a manatee; or sea .cow for purely C.T,McCarty; ex. to Jacksonville---. 10.00 board adjourned to meet. again the: ,:

,; reserves the*right to condense them to snit: of. the state since then. lias led to a scientific 'purposes. J. P. Brown, waiting on board __..__ 4 00 first Monday in May. ,

'' Brief Items' of neighborhood news always- reversal of judgment' the changeas Receipts received from J. W. White, J. P. BrownJ&11or-------------- 30.00 .' .._;

desired .secretary,of the Florida; County Commissioners'"association J, P. Brown,janitor:__________-__.' 5.00 A Raging Roaring Flood -'
above mentioned and it is .
Brevard Co. State Bank, interest n'
for their dues- Washed down telegraph line whicb ;
i +, .. : Special 1 School Tax. predicted thai very many,of the members of this association for the year warrants.41.45 Chas. C. Ellis, of Lisbon, la., had to ra0,1:

The attention, of, our .readers; is state legislature will be willing 1901, which- re paid by the individual Melbourne State Bank interest on,. 12.90 pair. "Standing waist deep in icy water '-1
-) warrants------ ------------------ terrible
.. directed to that part 'of the proceedings support a bill thatwill: fix the pen- ,members of, the board. Indian River State Bank, interest on and, he writes It, "gave me a Finally colt :Y4=

and 'to do The of B. R. Wilson as justice of _____ 55 90 cough. grew worse daily. ..
off theySchool board, pub- alty severe high enough bond warrants- ------------------ the beet doctors in Oakland, Neb ',

3 ..lisfied this week which'' refers tor' away with the,evil. the peace for the Second district, to the E. W. Hall com. as tax collector----. 300.00 Sioux City and Omaha said I had con-h '

of tag -, ... amount of-$500,. 'wag examined'and ap T. J. Cockshutt, registration officer -- 10.41 sumption and could not live. Then I began j
securing aspecialschool
T. Johnson,building gallows 15.00
proved. ------- .,
using Dr. King's New Discovery and
;- in the.'school districts .of-this county The Titusville Star suggests that each REPORT. Bond Lumber Con lumber for gallows ,,20.63 was wholly cured by six bottles." Positively !
county pay the-state a certain proportionbased J. P. Brown, fee for execution 10.00
election in which those who guaranteed for coughs colds and
:t by relative To'the Honorable Board or County Commia- ,
its Not _
on population. so: T.T. Wetmore ice 3.70
-------- -------- all throat and lung troubles by Wilson &.
;.' -. '. .pay\taxes on real,.or personal property we tax the dollar, not, in'America 'sioners of Brevard County: A. A. Stewart, accountant ---_----- 15.00 Son and J. B. Screven. Price 60c. 5'

<: :::: and are residents of such 'district -property most support the govern- Your commissioner, appointed by your .clerk andaodltor______ 107.50 '

..: : ;t.i : are eligible to vote. ment, not the citizen. The man must honorable body at your session in Febru- F. H. Boye, .com. county treasurer :-- 85 95 Balsams the Northern Wood

.'.. ; :" J :Petitions for holding such .elections pay for public! purposes in! proportion to ary, to participate in the deliberations at C.. Pritchard H. Walton&,advt Son, cir.hardware court jury for jail:-- 2.62J. are Pyny-B&Igam, ,the certain cure.for coughs.

his means, not on his head. A great a convention to be held in Jacksonville,
- 'i3'? ; .have been sent out for signature and clerk'a office .. 18.37 .
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principle stake in this difference. Feb. 19th composed of the commissioners ; PROPERTY FOR SALE.
" county __
: and ihere is 'no.doubt sufficient -- J. B. Walker& Co., merch. for pris. 2.55 -:
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The above from the TimesUnionand of the various counties of t estate S. J; Norton, wood for jail_____*_____ 5.00 The following is offered for sale by the-
_-. =&L.. namesill be secured to, Citizen puts the construction begs leave to report as follows: J. B. Beach & Co., med. for paupers.. 1.70 owner at very low prices, if taken at.

:. T have:.the. elections held 'in all three' oureditorial wrong That the state was well represented bya Pauper list._.-._____________________ 129.00 once: .
, districts'in-the county.: on of last good attendance of commiss.oners and R. & W. B.Drew Co.,warrant book. 13.80 One four-year-old mare, broken to harness

' ; of the week, We did not say too tax the the following business was transacted. C. S. Schnyler, insur. on'courthouse37.50 and saddle, $75; one pair' of,mules .:_,,

' .. ,If a majority registeredtaxpayers individual, per capita, but that'thecounties' They constituted themselves into -a J. 0. Fries, superintendent of roads <<.45 and wagon, $225;,, one pair of heavy :
-... ,in such school district C. H. Walton adv.road work________ 4.70 mules and .-wagon:"$230; one-mule, $75, :
= vjbte'for the special tax such. proportion to run the permanent body by adopting a cOnstitu- Bond Lumber Co., lumber mile posts. 1.33 guaranteed for all work and gentle; 300- c
r state be .accordiQ'g'to their tion, by-laws and electing officers. The
,might ; FIRST DISTKICT. head of hogs, in gocd order $400 10
- tax, not to exceed three mills Total assessment officers consist of a president, secretary ___ swarms bees, $2o... l
population. J. W. Osban, ac. contract No. 2 ____ 225.00 ;: ..
A :. # can be'l vied'"upon the property might be better than and treasurer, and a board of executive J. Mendel, road work____________-... 4.00 Also the following: real estate: House- ,

within said district for the next population.There committee, composed of five members. Joe Louisiana, ___.___.__?*.____ 18.50 and lot located near Tl.tusvllle, ten acres, ; '. i
; be some objections to acres pine landpart orange
exclusive of nay Road building and poor farms werethoroughly'discussed'of $1,500; twenty
: years use fifty bearing trees, $300 forty
such plan but it 'does -with which grove
{ away your R. A. Conkling, servo self and wagon5.00
public(free schools therein. acres of hammock and orange grove- '
. i-i -.' realize that here in Titus" the gross inequalities of ass'essment commissioner gave you oral conclusions, Fee & Stewart, wire for ferry_______ 4.65 on same, $800; house and lot in Korth''FIFTH
as nothing permanent in that line couldbe
between counties arid is DISTRICT. Miami, $500.

yule we are taxed pretty steep by worthy of consideration.Titusville accomplished.The J. T. Hamilton, hauling lumber__... 2.00 For further,particulars inquire at or address .- ,

,,:, y special,road tax]: and by the town convention, through their execu- F. Scott, road work_________________ 20.00 X, care STAR office, Titusville, Fla.OLEY'S "

- tax, aside from the regular! county Club Indignant. tive committee, will make the following --- .,1*
recommendations and have ,.
a competentforce :
r s r:: tax, ,but these special taxes are-not The last. issue of the Chronicle, a news- of lawyers, members of the coming :

permanent, and'they* are very .essential paper published in Sanford, completely legislature, to have acts passed to cover. 'S

just now'to help give'us good ignored facts In its comment upon the the following points: Honey and Tar cures coughs v

and. school of baseball between Sanford and all lands sold for taxes shouldbe E r
roads lengthen? our., 1. That and colds, hoarseness and croup,
Titusville the 26th of 'March. The
on redeemed at the court house
terms We need the special 'tax'for county
schools than do scorer announced, as soon as the nine where such lands are situated, and the bronchitis and la grippe.
our more we innings were played that Titusville stood even
interest to go into the treasury of the _4
i for roads for reasons which we 11-to Sanford's 10. and
Every one present county. Pleurisy, pneumonia con- &' 1 the worst

I : cannot enumerate this week fort knows that the score as given out at the 2. That all counties should be taxed a always

; r want_ of space, but we shall,favor conclusion of the game was correct, and certain amount for state expenses, in- sumption are prevented cases, are ;

,the special_school tax on accountof that the Chronicle has simply reversedthe stead of levying a raillage as at present. b yFole y's Honey and relieved byFoley's
to suit itself. If the
score umpirehad
the of 3. That the county commissioners i Honey and
present exigencies our been at alb\\ fair to the visiting team,
1 should have fuller control over the coun- Tar. Asthma and Tar and in the _
: : school affairs, and we hope, everyone Titusville would have shown fully twice ty convicts. ,

interested in the welfare of the number of runs, and Sanford would 4. That the tax assessor should have consumption stages it cures them. -.t:

{ Brevard and who have children to have fallen short by five or more scores.: an assistant in each commissioner's dis The proof that it has done these things 1'

educate'will aid the movement by No man who saw the game will deny trict. O is on file with your druggist. We guaran >i:!

their support and their vote when that upon two occasions a Sanford playerwas To the latter proposition your commis- tee it to do all these things. : ,.

the special election is called. allowed to run across the diamond sioner earnestly objected, as it creates a Not&: There is nothing"just as good" or"just the same" as
from first to third base without touching be the cl- Tar, although there are substitutes on which 'iJ
...... set of new officers to paid by Foley's Honey and
'J 1 "'- second at all, and that M. S. Jones, Jr., a county. dealers make more profit .:-J.
; 4O
The 'Governor's fiaessage.j Titusville! player, had two strikes failed
; Each county to become a member BANNER SALVE cures piles. It's guarantied. fi
Governor Jenning's message tot upon him when only one ball had been this association is to pay an amount of$2 : 1
delivered. There are other in- ,
by" of each
the l legislature is quite lengthy, stances in which the umpire showed April 1st year. withoutpay. B. R. WILSON & SON.
The officers to two
serve years
Y touching upon a number of topics himself) to be thoroughly in sympathywith i

'- of general state interest. The ones Sanford, but we only mention these All of which is respectfully submittedto Bond Lumber Co.On

f. of most importance to the .people two as illustrations.As your honorable body by your commis ,
for the morning game, it is simply ..
that he refers to sioner. J. MENDEL,
/ are: hand and Constantly Arriving,
untrue that Titusville left the game two .
'1': The condition of the Commissioner.The
;;: congested hours and forty-five minutes before train. La UI\I.IBER ..:
court. report of C. T. McCarty, to com- . .
supreme We.did leave one hour and a half before "

> The general_ subject of taxation the train left for Titusville, but that was plete the purchase the of land material in Dade for coun-road Shingles, Moulding, Scroll Work, Balusters, Newel Posts, -)

t: :. and the inequalities in the assessments by agreement on account; of one of the ty building for securing in Brevard county, was received. Bean, Orange, Cabbage and Tomato Crates, '

: Titusville players being a railroad man, Brick Lime Cement Etc.
JL... in the various counties He having procured full and complete ,
and his services at 9:30.
i\;; The difficulty of redeeming were required title to the same the committee asked to Estimates made on all building material. Our large boat, "Sunny South," will deliver
<.. ICSan'fiJ'd thinks Titusville is afraid of.. anywhere on the river. Call on us or send in your bill. We will serve you right.
lands sold for taxes. He recommends them. .let-- them take____'_ nn_..- with.. ,on this n___: proposition I be discharged, which was accordinglydone.

,t an entirely new law, sug- : Timsville stands ready to play: Sanford BC>D.d L1..1nl.: ber Cc>.
of J. Andrews to de- "
gesting changes he thinks will on any ground in the state aside The proposition S. G. VANLANDINGHAM, Manager, ,
b. of the
liver shell f. o. on any sidingsof
: from and that of Sanford and
our own ,
the theM'
l 1 overcome objections to have who is the F. E. C. railway within a distanceof Tittusville :
a professional umpire a complete -
: < present law. stranger to both nines. Our boys 20 miles of Ft. Pierre, for road pur-

. ;.:' He charges the marine hospital will put up a forfeit, and play them for poses in the Fifth district, at a price of Good, Pretty, New WALL PAPERS i Notice of Publication.
$1 cubic rejected the price lc.. 3c. 5c. Boll
yard was
service .undertaking to per
usurp'r any amount they might name. Of course Satisfaction for In Circuit Court of the 7th Judicial Circuit of
guaranteed Samples
(,. the powers of the state board of they will use only those who belong to being too much in excess of former pur- stamp.F. Florida, Brevard County, A. D. 1901.
: their club and Titusville will chases of similar materials. H. CADY CO., PROVIDENCE, R. I. Theda E. Hall vs. B. Freeman Hall .
do like ,_ ,
: health. He dissentsfrom Dr. Por
'.. '. It appearing the bill of
Ordered that the chairman of this -: : : : '--' --.:: : : : -:: = '-- :. by complaint exhibited
ter's recommendation: to sell Mullet wise. and filed in said cause and the affidavit -
board J. R. Walker is hereby author-
'- Is not the fair of
proposition a one? Now, the complainant's solicitor, that the
Key'station to the government, let Sanford show its colors. The Titus- ized to arrange with Mr. Goff, superintendent FORTUNES defendant, R. Freeman Hall, is a nonresident .

i- and ,recommends the construction ville boys are justly incensed that Sanford F. E. C. railway, for the con- of th a state of- Florida- and as far as
known a non-resid' nt of the United States of
struction of suitable facilitate
a siding to
of a suitable barge on which the shoaKtclaim the game when they know ASSUREDfor America, and that his postoffice address is unknown
the Pears in the lot
state's plant may be operated. that they' were beaten, as the official loading recently to this complainant and that the defendant -
I purchased in Dade county for rock for all by has been absent for more than sixty
and several
firt He recommends that the bonded score private scores will road purposes in Brevard county, and to The Plan of the days last past, that he is over twentyoneyears

.: indebtedness be refunded at a lower show: The only brilliant play Keely do any and all acts in relation thereto PATUCA of age, and that there is no person
made was a half-dozen desperate attempts within the state of Florida the service of a
rate of interest, not tosexceed 3 to hit the ball without being able to do that may arise in the performance of this PLANTATION subpoena upon whom would bind such defendant -

$ cent. duty. : Now, you, the said R. Freeman
per Titusville clean honest
so. played a ,
'- The report of the tax collector for poll Hall be and appear before the judge of our
:. Attention is directed to the inadequacy game, but Sanford showed a bullying, taxes collected during the month of COMPANY court on the 6th day of May, A. D. 1901, to

< of the capitol buildingat dishonest spirit throughout, and dis- Lands-Patnca Valley, Honduras. answer said bill of complaint, or a decree
t March, amounting to $163, was exam- pro-confesso will be entered against and
: at Tallahassee to meet the requirements gusted even their friends, who could not ined and approved.It Honest Management, Liberal Terms, the complainant will be allowed to you proceed
help but see that the home club was : Strictly ex-parte with her said
of the state and for officials, was ordered that $200 be transferredfrom Co-operative. cause.
; determined to win by foul means if they GRAND Combination of all known It is further ordered that this notice be
. .,.' \ and a larger building is recommended the Fine and Forfeiture fund to the published in THE FLORIDA
could not by fair and honest ball-playing. Colonization and Investment Plans. STAB a newspaper -
Prisoners fund. published in Brevard county, Florida,
) We challenge Sanford to 'deny these Better Than .
Any Savings Bank.A
'p The county treasurer made his monthly once a week for not less than fifty days from
: The convict system is discussed statements. home and wealth easily acquired. Sum- the time of filing of this bill.
the different funds of the
_" at. and facts submitted report on mer the whole year. A healthy climite. Witness the Honorable Minor S. Jones
: some are Tax Assessor's Notice. county, which was examined and ap Fevers unknown. By the Patuca Plantation judge of said court and the seal of said court

,which throw some light I will be at the following places at the proved. J. N. Waller and R. A. Conklingwere Company plans you become a participator in at the court house in Titusville Florida, this
the profits made from large plantations and 27th day of February, A. D. 1901.
upon this subject. dates named, for the purpose of assessingtaxes appointed a committee to destroythe
other industrial enterprises, besides owning A. A. STEWART,
.= ; The its entirety can for the, year 1901: warrants turned over by the treasurer. an improved individual plantation in size according [L. S.] Clerk of the Circuit Court.

be considered : Ean Gallic._:_-__________.Saturday,April 6 The committee hiving done so were dis to your means.
conservative, and it BaDy&n____?_____________Tuesday, SGeorsiana,1 charged. The treasurer also had a certificate THREE CROPS A YEAR. N.NFORNNShave
is possible that a great deal that is ________ ____Wednesday, 10 MARKET AT YOUR DOOR.
'c City Point.!_____________-Thursday, 11 attache. to his report showing that Free Deed. Free Life Insurance. A and a Hair Gut
recommended Absolutely
will be taken up and Merritt___________________Friday, 12 the balances were deposited in the Indian No RI k.

i : acted upon by the legislature. Titnsville__________________Monday, 15 River State bank. -GO T0..NCarruthers'
.. LaGrange_________________ Tuesday, 16 The The standing of the Directors of the Patuca
"' '" -- -. following bills. were audited and or- Plantation Company is vouched for by ;
Haulover.___________Wednesday, 17 any
Two years ago there was intro- Canaveral-____________.____Tuesday, 23 dered to be paid: Mercantile Agency and the best banks of .Barber
Cleveland Ohio. Shop
duced vin the legislature a bill to Blanks will be left at all the postoffices J.E. Walker county commissioner .. 4.00 Write for fall information to ,

mentioned above for the purpose of mak Mendel, con oty commissioner____ 4.40 THE None but experienced work- I TITUSVILLE
make the punishment and PATUCA PLANTATION COMPANY,
severe men employed, and
J. W.H.'Sharpe, commissioner_ 7.00 perfect
ing returns.' F. WOOTKJT, county FLORIDA
408-9 Bets Building, satisfaction I -
}, ,.: Jxing a high"penalty for carrying Assessor. R. A. Conkling, county commissioner 12.60 PHILADELPHIA, P A.E. guaranteei
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