The Florida star

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The Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida Star
Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Place of Publication:
Titusville ; Cocoa, Fla.
Titusville Fla
S.W. Harmon
Publication Date:


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


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

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Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
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5 ': Vc 6 \ THE FLORIDA, STAR:, FlfID.AY"MA"X ,23 1902, N'

L i f House-in.. Pans- : .the Chamber of Commerce One bride whom I saw recently hada .11"H8; EAST COAST OP FLORIDA !

:;. haAMODERNPOMPUI.: a rectangular building, with : chine crape waist in pure white 1-r I. is PARADISE REGAINED." 1JkitI' :

: '...'.. galleries running round on the t Inside made in every respect like a mull or I

s s "Once Beautiful City 'of St.' Pierre Now and{.a conical tower; the old customhouse lawn waist bloused a little in front at I

3 9 Buried In Lava., ., ,f m facing the oceanMhe city hall the line of the draped sash of. the FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY .

? of gray stone, and many other build- same crape: In fact the whole dress
k: : ;< :St Thomas, Danish West. Indies. i
'" ings which added to the quaint charm was of the crape The waist opened at

I ) Hay '12.-An eruption of Mont Pelee:, of the old French town. the left side, as do many of those LOCAL TIME CARD No. 40. In Effect April 15,1902.

: : ,on the Island of Martinique, was long
f HAYS DUBOIS. when made of silk or any other hand
?" ; t ago predicted but that it would inundate : some material. Down the left side,then, -

[ ',' In a sea of burning'lava the city SHIRT FIST I f J JACKETS. there was a jabot of lace, with tiny : (DlWrl. 39'140.' 361 MAIN LINE (I'No.D.illYI 78NO.:Dail 321-(

Of St. Pierre, five miles from its crater, bits of orange branch in the folds. The

m-. and entail the loss of 40,0001ives was Carlos Are Nobby Little Affairs- sleeves were bishop, tucked close to 5 C7 pI 940 alLv! ....................Jacksonville..Ar 1 C7 p 855 a. Jb
:*' ; conceivable. Monte the elbow and left to form C3 9 4i a Lv..................So. Ja.cksonville..Lv 6 63 p 847 a
hardly Bridal Gowns. a large puffat 615 pi) tS 11 ...................... St. A1UtUstine...................... 5 53 p f 43..
; It was prophesied as long ago as the elbow and then brought in to a 6 i5p1121a ...h................... Hastings ..................... 0 lip 11Q&:1:
.-'-- Special Corresponded ce of The Florida Star. 0 'I OJ p 1143 a ..................... East Palatka ...................... 4 (s p 655 a. ; X
1851; at the time of the volcanic and cuff formed of still closer tucks. .< 7331'12)3p ....................... Neoga......................... 423p 622a fJ
+ seismic disturbances which devastated New York May 20.:! -The newest agony The waist of another bridal Ed 74ii)1331p ....................... Runnells......................... 4itp 609a o7:3p1331p. ::
outdoor gown; &::: ...,............... . Dapont..1........ tC3p 6018.C"3.
parts of the West Indies, that there in the way of wraps is tohave had a back of the' regulation shirt o 613i41CSp .............. ...........Ormond......................... 343p ") atM
like I' p ......... ............. Daytona......................... 331 P I 5 27a p
a short jacket looking, a waist form and tbe front all in oneritcc t 333p 123p.......................PortOrange............ .......... 321p b1Sa a9C3p
blouse waist which the modiste has M 140p ..................... pew smyrna .... ................. 3C3p 5000 n $
draped across and up to the left -,< .. .... 2 09p ........ .. ..... ..Oak H 111......................... :2 I 23 Ii ....... ; _
forgotten to sew in at the waist. The shtudrr! forming that really artistic Z ... :2 I t7p ..................... Titus\ille. ..... .... ......... :2 I Cap ... ma ;:
< ........32tp ................... .....Cocoa. ... .....................12Sp.:.....
fronts hang forward and outward, but most uitnVult broken line effect. J' 0 c. ....... 323 p ....................... Rockle-d e........................ .12 p ....... > .o, ",
4 -4 .. ..... 3 57 I' ........................Eall Galhe-.2 t3p ....... If' ;
sometimes in a point and sometimes in The folds were gathered under the lit- E-i %. ........ i CS P ........................ ........................ 33 ...... =. g.
tle bunch of orange blossoms. By the Z !0= ........ i4Sp. ................... .. aebasUan........................1156 Pi. ..... -or
a square shape. In the illustration is ; ;zt ....... 63)p .................. .. ..St Lucie.. ......................11 :..... ; yH
way. this beautiful flower, so many ::s ....... Ii 45p ..................... .Fort -....:................... OIIL ....... Q a
one style and rather a pretty one. The ....... 553 p ..................... 11'hits City........................ 10 fSa ....... p 3:
back is and the fronts laid years sacred to wedding attire, has z .. .... 6 C5 p ....................... Tibba13......... ....... .... ... 10 Ja ....... s F ;
snug are been out of vogue; for several years g........ G 09 p ..................... .... Eden. .........................10 .Sa ....... x ;
in box plaits.I ... ........ 61. p ......................... Jensen........................... 102111. ....... #. ra
.I :unons those who pretend to set the ........ 621p ...................... Stu9.rt. ... .....................101ta....... ; ::!
saw one yesterday made of gray ....... 6 E t P .......................HOIJe Sound....................... 9 41a ....... c :: -
fashion but now orchids are laid aside 0 ........ 107 p .......................''"est Jupiter..................... 9 a2: a ....... ;;
homespun. The upper parts of the for the sweet smelling; orange blos q ....... 'I tJ p ...................'Vest Palm Beach.................... 8 tau ....... ..} ro' f
it ........ S 06 p .........................Boyn on ....,................... 8 Bin ....... :I
T' Fleeces were tucked in narrow folds soms. Even lilies. of the valley are ....... 9 34 p ..................... Ft Lauderdale ..................... 1 S5 a.......
....... 91711 ........ .............Lemon City.....................65ta....... g..
slanting; out to nothing toward the bell being ousted. It is like the fable of ....... 955p ........ .................. liami ... ...................... 645a....... ...
:shape. They were lined with satin of .!'sop about the bucket 4 hat goes down BUFFET P.1RLOR CARS OY TRAIN 33 AND 73

:: a darker shade of gray, and the jacketwas and the bucket that goes up.OLIVE .

: : also lined with the satin. HARPER. BRANCH LINES SCHEDULES. Ir I IPALATKA

-, These rediculous little affairs are Whooping Cough.A .
<:"" called Monte Carlo jackets. The up- woman who has had experience with

S B _aCk. per parts of this one were tucked, like this disease, tel's how to prevent any No. 67,No. 65 No. 63 No. 49'No. 47 No. 46 I No. 48 I No. 60,No. 54 No I5S

-..- i I the sleeves, half way down, and from Our dangerous three consequences children took from whooping it. She cough says: Daily I DlI.llyj(Daily I Dally I Daily I STJ.TIO I 1>11.1111 Daily I DaHl I Daily I Daily

-I :N ; there they stretched out loosJy: so the last summer our !baby boy being only -/-30PI-n5 pl-05P'',llIfu'l: 650 a Lt.......palntka. ..... e1Sa I25a1203p 5 23 725p
. .
6508. AI' .East l'aatka. .Lv <<5 a 10511. 11 '3& C5p 7CSpMAYPORT
points of the garment fairly stuck out three months old, and owing to our giving

: / beyond the body. The skirt was tucked them Chamberlain's Cough Kennedy, DRANCH.
they lost none of their plumpm-ss and
down half way, and the rest fell loose came out in much better health than No. 19'No. 11No.. No.6 No. 18iNo. 20 a"

._, ; MONT PELEE FROM ST. PIERRE HABBOB. ly. In spite of the real ugliness of the other children who s*> parents did not use Dally I Daily \ 6\I # STeuss. I Daily Daily Doily --

; : I jacket the whole suit was stylish and this remedy. Our o'de.-t little girl would 7 SJ T 2 II i5a Lv ...................Jackso iilE' ..... .............Ar 8 25a,12 Up & f':
; would be another eruption of Mont call lustily for rough syrup between 133p :01'1 9s.J&Lv.: ... ...........SouthJackonvllle..Lv: / 811a1317p BZ3p t.'
.Pelee within half natty. whoops -Jessie Hall S10p 303p'1005aLv, ................ FabloBe'ch; ...................Lv 745a114ia 6C3p ff-
A a century and surety These special jackets Pinkey Springyille, 815p 3 CS p,10 l0 a Lv ....... ..........AtJIHhc Beach..................Lv 14t1&1l4a( IIUp t
-;;7 enough it has come, with more requirefolds Ala. This remedy is for sale by Wilson 8.3 p--3_:OyIIO Y5 aJAr......................Marport. .......... ..........Lv 7 25 ai1125 a II 30 P
; or tucks to bring them into the proper & Son. ;
ri; = t : :frightful results than attended the destruction -
fashion. The model! in the illustrationhas BAN MATEO BRANCH.No. .
z O-A.3 TORIAa
of Pompeii when Mount Vesuvius '
'" the skirt laid in folds ornamentedwith Bean tie the Kind You Have Always Bought 67'No. 463
belched forth its stream of _/ ..45I/ SUTIOX3 No. No. 68
molten ruin. several rows of stitching around Signature Daily I ; Daily Dally

the hem. The sleeves! it will be re of H3 515 a'Lv' ............... ......... ..East PlI.latka.......................... 6 00 8 to
1 While the people of Martinique realized 815 pI 5 33: a1Ar., .......... ....... ... ....... 'an I&tpo. .... ......................LvI 5 40 aI 1 S 29 P p
marked have the
t toys nearly plain, J
that they were dwelling above a
while the bottom is tucked into cuffs The Sword Dance. SANFORD BRANCH. I ORANGE CITY BRANCH.No. .
.volcanic sea and were familiar with
deep and wide. Across; the front at the One of the most noted methods ot 11 1Da.ily
h P : the prophecy that there would sometime "tripping the light I Sr A.TIO"'S. No.12' No.3 / No.1 / STATIONS.. INO.2' NO.4
fantastic"among the
Daily I
chest are frogs and loops to fasten' and I I Daily Daily Daily t.T t.

T ', come another eruption of Mont Scotch is the sword dance which was pi Lv. ....... ..........
incidentally ornauunt it. a .Titllsnl1e. \r 129 p 3 C3 E 1010 a Lv..\. sn yrna..4r: 140 II 53 I t
t,. Pelee they were inclined to minimize originated by the Scandinavians and T 18& Lv..3liitts.............Lv 107p 3 iJ I' 1121 tL Lv,Lake Ilelen.Lv13 55 p I' t Up; 4
; Some of the Monte Carlos are made 8 33 a Lv..Ostt't' ............Lv 11 2a i J'il3; a.Lv.Oran9 Ld3
f the danger and disregard the prophecy, old Saxons and at one time was indulged 855 a Lv......... Enterprle..,......Lv 11r0 a. t 2J C5 4.J ar.Ong.. ': City Jc.Lv i5 p it P i
: ;:;:" .' :believing that the volcanoes of the Antilles of black taffeta and are not lined. The in by the Spaniards. 930& Ar...........Smford.. ........Lvll1 00 a I City I U to P 41: p

a object of these garments seems to be
.. were nearly extinct. The most These Time Tables show the times at which trains lx
may expected to arrive and de art
L.. serious eruptions in the West Indies to have a handy and chic little gar Insurance Abroad. from the several; stations, but their arrival or departure at the times stated is not guaranteed .
.I I ment to slip on over a shirt waist. Eight million live hundred thousand nor does the Company hold itself responsible for any delay or any consequences arising :
k'' If. during the past century occurred in Europeans have their lives iimvdthat therefrom.
The shirt waist question is quite as
}.:. .1813, 1S17, 1S23, 1839 and 1S31.;:) That is.2 Va per cent of the population. Peninsular
important as it has been, and, accord and Occidental Steamship Connections at Miama.
: ;)- -of Jan. 11, 1839 was most destructive. ,
ing to the manufacturers, there: will
f It involved in ruin a large part of the Giant L'et-N. BETWEEN MIAMA, KEY WEST AND HAVANA.
be quite as worn next: winter as! build combs
: :} of many The giant bees of India
L I city Fort-de-France the capital of SOUTHBOUND. t
now. The only thing is that there ten feet in height. NORTHBOUND.
Martinique. That city was ravaged by
must be no falling off in beauty or LT. }fiama, }fons. Wt'ds.............,....111 Qp: Lv. Havana, Tues. Thurs ,..............10 00 a '
fire in 1890 and nearly destroyed. And Ar. Key West.Tues. Thurs............ ..1230 pAr.I Key WestTues Thurs ............... 633p i
style. It keeps the designers busy to Lv Key West,Tues. Thurs................
in 1S91 the island visited : : 7 33 p Lv. Key West.Tues :Thurs ............... 7C3p
was by a terzrific Ar. Havana \\eds. FrIs. .......... ...... I .'
invent something new all the time but I 5uoa Ar Miami. \\t'ds. Fris ..... ............. 6 00 a
: ,, tornado which devastated Fort-de- For copy of Local Time Card address any Agent.J. f
as one designer said to be. "While
yon .
France St. Pierre other towns
and ,
are designing one another is incubating D. RAHNER, Asst. Gen. Pass. Agont, ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.
and something like 300 lives were lost.
and is ready to hatch as fast as the x.
1t-! Near -- -- -
the top of Mont Pelee was a -- --
first is out of band."
.1.,. cool little lake formed right where the rtL- DR.MOFPETT'S l Cures Cbolera.1 f3nlum,
," So we have the latest! the shield A
eruption took place in 1S31. High up r I J.r- DiarrhoeaDys nt rygnd|
there 4,400 feet above the water, set shirt front with the flaring shoulders. i 1 the Bowel Troubles oft '
i $ Children of
WlU.lAr Any Age.
: amid luxurious trees, withvistas of

r' 1 I t- the sea and of the town below in the .. 1. : B AFAi; (TEETHING POWDERS) Aids the Digestion Bowels! Strengthen ReguIaUj

\ r -distance, there could be no more beau. i. t-: .. Costs Only 25 cents at Draggists, the Child and MakesTEETHING
: tiful ;0. EASY.
place. of
one ever thought e
: r.' 4 !.J. Or mall 25 cents to C. .i. MOFFETT. M. D., ST. LOUIS MO.
fearing the volcano, which all thought "V Headache FLOR Si$/S. C., XOT.26. 1900.-1 was first advised by our famly physician in Charleston to use TEL TUlSA
to be extinct. It never smoked, and kith" our baby when he was bet a very young a prevent ve of co Ie and to warn andgaeettn tlieBto;ach.
Later it was useful ia teething troubles,and its effect baa been found to be so very bt-ncuciilainisofrea(rum lUajen
.' ,. the only evidence of its activity fifty. that are consequent upon the use of drags and soothing syrups. that wehavec .., t> r. -ard it a:...r use \\uh thIef
kills children asoneof the necessities when there is a new baby in the ktm-eaa>i uui : t .-,-tin: ng tr.jblei are over and
4 .. .: one years ago was the placid little not necessarily suddenly, we tat"pleasure recommending it to our friends instead of the hor J st..:f t ..' -o n.. .) pF t to ket'p ti U
but SURELY. It the baby quiet. UAHTWELLX AYER,\)1anater Duly Tunes: ii.J W,- .y1Ijf1es-.n s"eD'\l..
I .;. .;.,: lake some sixty feet in circumference. preys upon
I intellectual thanwe
J The people crowded about it by thousands powers more
l . II'I F
:'. realize. It the
. : never dreaming that there was
: !. vitality faster than nature can
, any danger. iii i-:
i -" replenish it, and we cannot tell
: .
The island of Martinique is fort WINCFIFTF'FACTORY
\ 1
just what moment
a temporaryor
; five miles in length from north to s
,. complete aberration of the
f south, from seven to sixteen miles
't! 1t # l'I mind will result. Headache and LOADED SHOTGUN SHELLS
wide, contains 3SO square mile, or r

r about 243.0UO acres, of which a little 1. l ; ,1 pain should be promptly removed New Rival" "Leader" "Repeater"I
but properly. :Many
less than one-third is under cultivation .
pain cures are more harmful l' .f'J'n 'I"r
an almost equal amount I
te being ; then the pain. Beware. If are looking for reliable
shotgun ammunition
forest and tallow savannah, while the 1'I you

remaining portion of the land on ac- t you would be safe, take !B r the kind that shoots where you

I count because of. it its is mountainous impenetrable character jungle or is 1'r \ .' M t V Pain Pills. point your gun, buy Winchester Factory F

still unbroken wilderness. The surface "As a result of neuralgia: I F! \ t the i Loaded Shotgun Shells: "New Rival," l leaded with

of the island is rugged and mountainous sight of my right eye, and the I L' Black "Leader" "
have suffered is incomprt' 1tn"on.: :, benij : powder; and "Repeater, loaded
t: ; the shores steep and precipi Jr Jri : obliged to take opiates almost con

t. tous. Enormous promontories and tinually. A friend :gave me one of Dr. \ with Smokeless. Insist upon having Winchester
""I Miles Pain Pills and it
promptly relieved -
.. . headlands confront the sea; lofty me. I then purchased a t>ox and Factory Loaded Shells, and accept no others.

mountain peaks, the grandest of which now mv troubie is gone. They have J
also cured daughter of ALL DEALERS KEEP THEM
my nervous
;.f. is Mont IVleo. tower in the center of hea-Lu-he.! and I heartily recommtrnd

r the island on'rlooking"aUt..ys and ta them to others.".-\V. J. CoRLEV.. Bre-
I ir.und Texas.
ble lands covered with dense "high i

-'". I . woods" as the primeval forests are ; Sold by Druggists.: 25 Doses, 2c. ',T . .r1
fl/fV'yj **
: n ;
.i\i JSV i..*i.: ...-,.y..j ...aI 1i U 50 YEARS'
: 'ti 'J ""l called. Les Pitons flu Carbet. a rugged Dr. Miles Medical Go., Elkhart, Ind. t
1-3.v3 kidneys:;*, bladosr L...
,1 I group of conical shaped mountains, L"6
\ -
-- I
leap 4.000 feet above the sea, ana -- ---- --

1 1 tier into iit is ascot Ba Cancun up boldly in l.COO the feet southeast skyward part I Even brides wear what would pass as PURINAIs Corn and Oats mgb I I 1

on a shirt waist were it of anything but TRY i

the thick satin now so fashionable for
of A'pp only Sold in J TRADE: MARKS
one j
+allay ,e. It was-picturesquely beau-., the' gow'us. ,1.ts PURINAJ I DESIGNSCOPYRIGHTS
Sacks like this &c.
streets from the bus3
away take A Anyone sending; a sketch and ;
quickly ascertain our free whether
rt being fringed with tropi.* d Liver ilCsets invention i is pr.hahlypatentable.opinion Communica an
were0' A ; EED for Lions strictly cmitidential. Handbook en Patents ,
and flowers. Its houses .
TOYTLA sent free. Oldest agency for securing patents.
h' oc1V gents an folio Patents taken through MUCH 4 Co. receive
cement and stone. The fr-ffi is.Tiia as tut < J t
dren ,
DONKEY CHECKEIh'd ipfcfot notice without charge, In the H
\ building there, was Just four st'ejt a 'IoM rfs.aisoiot NO. s, y If gT I IkCtuns BOARD ON MB ALL SACKS. Bard
NaiQ ScieniiYic
ar there .wk-ft bi Z iaZe ;t ;of tft BouQ hf .,g l youth, rage i ( American.
many .4 t 0 r'bved
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i *erit ' - '-' ** 'in k o taste W I {U tot 2E erklng A fcandaomely .eeklr. Largesteir.

and ngecture. in per own, OTT:: Bbc NE, C d8 $ i'pie >,rCoart P l'dres,. I ; culatioa year; tour of mustifPa ..r.. t\. Terms 13.

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,- ,; l : 2 i THE FLORIDA STAR:. FRIDAY MAY 23, 1902. "f u 3 11 ,

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.{f 5. GENERAL DIRECTORY.. The man who has seen most of this a peck of mysterious looking but C Dation Detail.

f:. : cave and who is at the head of the savory smelling mixture. He had An interesting official document has

SOCIETIES ETC. company to exploit its treasures is E. brought five orders of chow gal lumen, been issued describing the actual coronation

jr tt i. T TITUSVILLE BOABD OF:TEADE-G. M. li. Dulton, a young New Yorker. In as commanded but one would have in Westminster abbeyin
.. 1.-' Bobbins president; M. Dixon treasurerJ.i' August of last year he succeeded in been more than enough for the entire
: . Q. Bast, secretary. Meets second Wednes- London entitled. "The Form and

day night in each month at their rooms. exploring: the cave to a greater depth Order of Service and Ceremonies at the

.' t:1 F. & A.M.-Indian River lodge, No. 90, holds than any one had previously penetrated. 6 T S OF Coronation of Their Majesties EdwardVII. t

If' ita meetings the second and fourth Friday As he advanced he found the pas- and Queen Alexandra In the Abbey -

: 1 t. evenings of each month at the court honse. sage gradually widening until it merg-
:.' ..j ti J. R. Walker. \V.M.; F. A. Morgan Sec'y. BROUEJVC Church of St. Peter, Westminster
ed into a cavern much larger than that
\ S "
June .6. The document which is very
TOWN DIRECTORY. the surface. He also discovered C r..
near 1 M AW2E.S.FALES
long, is divided into numerous sections,
.: ,' ,, TOWN OFFICERS.-J. ){. Dixon, mayor; that several smaller caves led out of Ocean
_ ,' B. Mims. Jr., marshal and tax collector; thus says the Chicago Inter :
the and that all ice- unsalable
large one were Small
'! I r" Gregers A. Frost, clerk and treasurer; John Section Preparation.. I crops, vegetables ;

{. \ 14. Henry, assessor; Jno. B. Walker, G. F. Dut. bound. He believes they lead far down Section 2.-Entrance Into the church. : ;: result from \\Lnt jf3L

: t. ren, J. L. Carruthers F. A. Morgan S. GYanlaudingham > into the earth. Dulton Is preparing to Section Recognition.. ...
3' ; ". councilmen The coan- Sections 4. 5. 6.-The litany communionand f
\ : cil meets first Tuesday in each month. continue his explorations during the sermon.

a coming summer in the hope that other' Section 7.-The oath. D'4'!
{: ORDER OF EASTERN STAR.-F1 endship Section S.-The anointing.
,.I:;<., Chapter. No. 11, holds meetings first Tues openings than the one now known may Section Presenting the spurs and "t1,., iJ ..!. .0 t

: day in each month, at 3:30 p. m.. and third be found. sword and girding with the sword.

:Vii.: Tuesday in each month, at 7:30 p. m., in to Dulto'u's Section Investing with the armilla '! .
: : Masonic Lodge room Mrs. G. }I. Bobbins, According schemes a and imperial mantle and delivery of the Vegetables; : : arc e.-pccyfond .

'.: worthy matron; Mrs. M.A.Scrimgeour, sec road Is to be built to the caves. He de- orb of Potah.Vito: for

t' t ,'. .. retary. clares that his investigations have convinced Section Investiture per annulum et I .... . '
i .i. baculum. our fr<.e Y.-d'l-L _:0.
c I ;, . COUNTY DIRECTORY. him that by considerable blast. Section 12.-Crowning..

,f : : ing an output of several thousand tons Section Presenting the Holy Bible. GERMAN: KALI WORKS,
i \. ::' COUNTY OFFIOEBS. D. Penney.! Titus- Section 14.-The benediction and "Te 93 Nau. St., New VoiK.
.' ; ville, county judge; Jas. Andrews. Titus may be secured every day. lIe is ar- Deum." J i

I; ville[ prosecuting attorney;' A. A. Stewart ranging for the construction of a series Section 13.-The enthronization.

'. ." 1 Titusville clerk circuit court; J. F. Wooten of hoists whereby the ice is to braised The document throughout is couched
,t ,Cocoa, tax assessor; E. W. Hall, Titus- PURINA I
.. ville, tax collector F. H. bye, Titusville to the surface, and the appara- in quaint Biblical language.; It com

-'i;,, tC63.SurerR.; E. Mims Bona venture,superintendent tus he will employ is so simple and in- IrenPS.with a description of how on

,'j j .', public instruction; J. O. Fries, Ti. expensive that he says he can market the morning of coronation day care is' FEED A'
tusville county J, P. Brown, Ti-
,i i", tusville sheriff'j; T.surveyor J. Cockshutt LaGrange. his ice at prices which will not be met to be taken that the ampulla is filled I Ii
'e registration officer. with oil and with a spoon laid ready
by any factories that may set up a? party, and the bill for that luncheonwas i
the altar. The and 1
upon -
t' 44V .
; Walker
rivals to him.
Titnsville, chairman: John K.Miot: Indian- of formidable proportions."Yes bisL-rps?. being already vested with 1 LOOK 1

r, t t;; ola; B. A.ConklingTillman: Joo.C.Jones, It is the young explorer's belief that ," said Mr. Fales in subsequent their ccpcs. will form a procession outside '- FOR Ij

K-! Woodley; J. Frank B White City. Reg- the ice has been in the caves for countless explanation; "the Chinese: are commu- the west door of the abbey and t' DONKEY tON
I ; lar sessions are held first Monday in each i ay EVERY j .
4 t ; month. ages and that they were at onetime nistic in their dining. You have had :await notice of the approach of their SACK.

i -- the bottom of an immense lake an excellent object lesson." m:1.l'; tles before moving into thechurch. j 4

t. COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD.-J. M. Dixon, which was destroyed by volcanic dis Their majesties will Le recei\
I : TItusville; B. N. Andrews. Cocoa; C. P.
ed with the -inthitu. "Peace Be Within BECAUSE IT GOES ONE-THIRD J
M, M { Platts. Fort Pierce. turbances. The earliest mention of the:1vt's Zoe Anderson Norris, whose novelette "
--- - --- ---- -- Thy Walls. Their ' will pass! CORN
is found in a report by Lieutenant "The FARTHER THAN AND OATS
t Color of His Soul, was suppressed j
.. --... toward the throne and make! their! bun. ,
: 11. U. Hill who headed an exploring by her because of 41
f: AflhlONA N Wf COVES..t [ ble adoration kneeling at the fad' j,
party early in the forties. Hill's I
't.t:: the throat of a suit for libel from a stools, and then will sit in chairs below I

report says that the Indians ,of the young New York socialist, announces the thrones. I .
Freak of
Nature That Yankee Genius Has
Navajo'and Pueblo tribes knew of that she will issue the book herself in The document (!.' ('l"ilUH'; curious A good looking /., j i
Found Profitable. l -
them, but would never venture in spite of threats of suit, arrest or incar- cereiuo'iy of rccoc'iHion and the other horse and poor look 1J
.. of ing harness ia the 1j
'- Special Correspondence The Florida Star.
I from superstitious reasons. It remained ceration.A ceremonies Tluse above mentioned} worst kind of a com 'o j

i I. ..Flag'itaffriz.: ., May 19.-The for a daring New Yorker to discover occur before the coronation proper.Foley's bination. 1I

} ;>. thought of iei' is not as a rule uppermost the valuable properties contained book of no little merit by a hitherto eureka-i

t.," in one's mind when Arizona is therein. unknown writer comes out of Chi Honey and Tar i j. peculiar! .
adapted for asthma, bronchitis and Harness Oil
i 1 !r.' spoken of; but odd as it may seem FRED L, CC)1 IIXGS.D cago. The title of the book is "The !ioarseiies. Sold: by'iI on & $ n..
' not only makes the harness and the f,
Thrall of Leif the its
t f' one of the coming industries of this Lucky, and au- horse lurk better, but makes the 1
,.:' BOOKS AND D AUTHORS I thor [is Miss Ottilie Lijencrautz., a A Whole Y.Mir leather soft and pliable,puts it in conj I'' 1t
1 1.:: torrid region is ice harvesting. Nature "Mamma, how can you ask me to I'9 / Jition to last-twice ;t t.long t
joung woman not much past twenty. i, f as it ordiiianhvnulii. 1 1j7'
I'4 rx'" has played n curious prank in the Volume of Odd Tnt'bout Sear marry him when he has no social posi- ( 'E' so-W erervwhere m auaI'alVl.
Her father is native of
a Norway and : b. ,
& ".. northern part of the territory, where York's ChinutiMMi. tion? \ .' STANDARD
her mother New tt
a England woman.
[Special Correspondence.] "But. my dear, he 'tells me be has
r r caves containing an apparently inexhaustible
She born in and
wa Chicago educated "
was made million.
a -
New York May :iv.! -Among the
t; supply of ice are to be found. in the public schools of that "Bui with Give
j unique spring publications is an odd city. even that It will take him ,

_: Up to the present time strange as It little book of stories entitled "Hits of She has been a careful student of a year to get into oeietj.I.ife.AcJ"RUI'P Your

'. may be thought, it has occurred to not lU-ukcn China: ," by William II. S. Fales.'Jhe Norse literature, traditions and mythology 1, .

', one to attempt to utilize these great "Hits" are tales about UK range the spirit oft which she has emboli Labor! Horse aChancel ,;

characters to be found in New Turk'sChinatown. led in a romance of viking; life. The Maxoi: Denis Mulviliill of Bridgeport 'r'.,.. J 1
f [ may .Cttiugly s--nd; his cougratula.
: tx The stories: are well told: story is written around Leif Erik- tions to
Mayor Elect Ignatius: Sullivan
and highly entertaining but their chief son's reputed voyages to Greenland
\ r ( ;; of llJrHOI'(1. with felicitations on the

t value! lit s in tlio: fact that the author and America.. [potent, of the la'ior! vote in municipal

dealsl!! ;' h :\ pcr&o'is whom he _RICHARD TCFPER. ..It 'ias; uo vitla! \ BuMon Herald Sour Stomach h
----- -
4' For ---- -- i
: ; knows thoroughly. Over M\tj 1 ears. -
Mrs. Winslou's Soothing Syrup) has You never heard: :: of anyone using!: Folev' -
While the Chinatown of (;Jothain is
Honey \u.Tar\ and l sati
> not
{I r. bei-n used! for O't'rixt\ yeais"by millions ; being !
I by: no means as lar:.' and interestinga of mothers! for their children tkd.: :N ld by Wilson l & Son. "After Iva. Induced to try CA8CARFTS 1
r I 1t 1 w )IJ; ne.erbew'thuuttbem in tbe hoube.Mv ,
I I .' ; tit' ('nhli.- sections of ('n'ml'r t .vhiJe teething with peifect Micces Its O A. S WOT- -- '--:- *.-TA.- . ..ur, Rag ma very bad bbape. and my beadicbeil I

fie" > era cities, it is densely packed critic '+ther the child softens the gums, Gila\'- n ': I 'Iaj. 1 stouj ich trouble. Now since tak-
Kind You ,
Bears e Have> Always Bought [>.' < av fi- I feel Hue
s % A" 'tr all wind colic > Sty wife bas! alsu! .used
pain cure and i is the betremedy
oncutuls who lire a ihore or less! strew $ rL1 r'1 u : 11 :ictitidl results fur bour stomach '
K for li:1rrhH'It will relieve the f.t.l--# _o. !C1t hI.LMi.: I'.Cl t'uugress bt., bt. Louis. MOo '
if nous life. It is about th.-se denizei's! ;ld b\ cf a ,

f/t of ]'ell and Mott and layers street of, IniL'gist) tin: every [part of the world.entyfive CANDY

their OltSl'Ul'l'm ,.tlil':', their IOM'S. [\\ cents a bottle. Ue Mire and Gotta I'erchn fens. CATHARTIC

1. 3p their sinning and their frl'IJlIellt.tlaSl: !sk: for "Win-o.v'sSoothingSynip! ," Pens of hardened! gutta percha havbeen -. ,

ml take n<) other kind. repeatedly! tried in this
es with the majesty of the law, that country
litf4 i -- -- --- ---
and England, but have not met w.tsuccess. !:
the stories: have to tit>. South Carollnnn.

.f 4 j the ; i7I l The Iced insight into oriental character South Carollnans are "Weaselv I TRADE MAK RI01STIREO

." "Sand Illlleru" and "Hc-! I'.ird" th'
and the [intimate knowledge conctruing Friday .Iarrta f'''.
first an allusion> to the thinness of tl'i'r.
"..: [ the unexpectedness of Chinese' : Friday is the unlucky day of tin-
: : tyro rained by Mr. Fait } : .. early (natives the !s(fi'nd to their pl.n-i-! \ week, but it seems to have: no terrorsfor Pleasant Palatable Potent Taste! u...,d Po
ways ( urn; '
'< of l'I'Sltlt'ilt'. the tl. "I u. a ('OUlt>".; those; matrimonially inclined. Friday Good. Never Sicken Weaken or unpe 10*.. i>c,;aOc)

,'' {, tlh' years which hu served as United ,'cop and lair i w !liicli! / f".I-: i.i; it, holds a air with ... CURE CONSTIPATION. ...
States roiisul to China. Since average other Strrlme art.r4r '... I ,
Amoy ----- --- a." bieIIO Mo.treal New I..k. Tit
days of the week for marriages sol ----
Tra\elin; li Hangerou -- -- --
i his retirement from the diplomats eumized. HU-. old and ruarauieed by all drug-
Constant motion the ki 1 U-DAU
j jirs ,
I neys. . Ksts< : iu (:VICE Tubacco llabii.
.; !serviep :\1 I'. Fal.-s: has been engaged in - -. - -- - -
Ire --
which are kept in place in the body 1 -

,r H I journalism! in New York and has madean lelicate aitichment8.\ Tin is the reason DO YOU GET UP .....FIll:.

I :f L 'f intell'.'_ent, study of this citj's ('Ii that tra\eler: :; train men, street car men\ A Shave and a Hair Cut

.5, : f 'i -1 !cainter and all who drive wry mucinffcr ----
nest llstrict.; In fact, amoiii:; Nets WITH -+- -
from kidney disease: in olll'e form.
... ...
.GO Tn.
> is [
newspaper( men recojrnizeu
: ' FNTUANCE TO A1UZOXV ICE ('AVESresources FoleyN Kidney Cure strenirtliens the --
I.' ,i, as an authority on Chinatown, and be kidneys and 1 cures all f corms:! of kidney and Kidney Trouble Makes You .-----
but a is now being Miserable. Garrutbers'.Barber
:;" is: frequently appealed to forariou... bladder diase. ( eo H. Ilau'-an, loco
:.' f"' formed. to quarry the ice tad thus to Shop
S : kinds of information from the identification i 'uotive en.'i11eer: : : Lima, O, writes "Con Almost everybody who reads the .
'i 1 't:: relieve in no small measure tie ;great: >tuitibratiou of the engine: caused me a: is know news- Vone but experienced workTITUSVILLE
of highbinder leader th papers sure to of the wonderful
d,-al of trouble with Kidneys: iH-ii I euip'uyed.. and :
t' Ii suffering that i is ol'Un experK'm-ed by'i 'ivat: my ( ;
I < proper! way cf bolding chopsticks.: and l I got no relief until I iisctl 1 Foley'sKidnev h !' cures 'made by Dr.Kilmer ',atlsfactICllJ _lIardlltl't'II......... I FLIRiD1.
i; the people of Ar.zona.; to whom ill Swamp-Root
' i Not !long; ago a ;group; of (;lothani Curn." Sold by 11'ilyntk! N>n. h the J. L. {\RRl'TH'BS.. Proprietor.
j some places ice I is a priceless luxury. great kidney, liver
journalists whose members had K'aru [land bladder

,e' .1! The promoters of tl.e scheme to utilize 1- ed to know: the delights of chop sut-y .'c.. (.. :. .t'... .o d' ::; It is the great remedy.medi- Foley's Honey and Tar

: S: s the ice caws are very enthusiastic asked Mr. Pales to tell them of some i In a i : : Porto Hico i i' p cal triumph of the nine- to/s_ lungs sad stops the cough.

; ., declaring! that they are sure of liberal almost entirely w.tuout: :: fore-ts. .\ j i 111 teenth century; dis-
other Chinese dish equally STOCK!. I 11
,. profits from their enterprise. They expect it I !Ir! covered after years of -i To Ov.nersGas ,
/. ..t.:: to secure ice enough to supply not "We want to try something; new. london HUl4h.Rome II 1'f1.=. I scientific research by 'l : (
I ly. What shall we urder::" they asked. of the great main roads out 1,1 .j Dr. Kilmer, the emi- XIJ; indines Oa JJb 1

t I only the many small stations towns I "Well." said :Mr. Pales judiciously: I Loudon are famous for their beaus ; ........ :-_. nent kidney and blad- '( Lnacches
a ": and lumber camps in this vicinity, but -- der specialist and : d'
-' I i ''the finest dish I know of is chow gai and. are lined with: some of the moll is I r .' tytnabilcs, Et:.
.1 i 1;. also I the railroads! of lIul'tllt'rnrizona wonderfully successful in promptly curing f I. 'f"ir: lfY. 'r'l .
.'. SUUll'n.rll)' don't you try that:" charming villas and country mansion? lame back, kidney bladder uric acid J'I:a r .. yr Vii cei avo'ti tae! f r I
; trou- b
gull New Mexico.Comparatively: ",,\, will." said the newspaper men. in England; or.. the world.Hold bles and Bright's Disease,which is the worst. (-:"-,'ifeJg.".. s.........N:>?t,e.
JL: 4' few people have1s- -- form of kidney trouble -- --- \ ;!)!; in>"Ml- if put"b'e m
: and forthwith they repaired to "No l"p a Congressman. 1 ta.r pact _ato I
t .;, ih'd'tbc caves until recent years. The .!." which is the Delmouico of China "At the end I of the campaign" writes Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root is not recommended \ : '

main and best known ice cave lies at Champ Clark, Ii souri's brilliant consrrerman for everything but if you have kidney UTOSPARKB! ?,
,. .. town."Charley..
'' liver or bladder trouble it will be
ii I the head of Clark's valley, seventeen from overwork, nervoiH tension found Itcaubeatun" > a-"' i<:..ICIHf, i , I.
. f(1. ., ." paid the spokesman of the loss of-Wpaml constant speaking I just the remedy you need. It has been tested rVrte. ;?rt'c.ri'.; 'i\i *.. .>k.i! t ,<>ir . .. i .t.
t miles[ southwest of this town. Although in so in &') > 'i'! fr.u'\ ne i n; n,.kt'"', '.' ,
hospital "
party "we want some chow Tai had} about utterly It many ways work, in private I of l.nd .
..U wit sumenone coll.'ipsed. seemedthat g.- tr.!; "' i ue :'U'III" -, (.!,, .'.' .,.
1 others may be larger: they are all tli. in body practice, among the helpless too poor to purchase l.l.I'l" t,'.
y -- two. three. four live chow gai; organs my \\'t'reo\t
x ", In.J neither so well known nor so aecessitie. i- of order, hit three bottles! of E'ectric! Hitters and has proved so successful in MnTSNCERv.:1! :: !V.FG. co.
i sumeas. You understand? case that t 207
every a special fla.0;
I. has Strut
\ A wagon road leads almost to this made: me all right. It's the best! all arrangement Perulletan, Ltd.
? been made
4 "- th\hMr" J "Flive chow gal lumen? repeatedthe around medicine sold by which all readers of this paper
ever: over a drug-
f K' nutU .. hacft v one" ivcd of th6 the Arizona Lumber compa- urbane Charley with evident astonishment git's! counter." Overworked, run down who have not already tried it, may have a

'" 'e !.":' at one time passed close and weak sickly sample bottle sent free by mail, also a book I
elves l ia preparing at the order. women gain splendid -
f{ telling more about P1TnfN-
ij W; Swamp-Root and how '
lhc route has since been health and I vitality from Klectric Bitters to
eep u ty just' back "Yes; five in a hurry find out if you have kidney or bladder trouble.
ii ) is mine Tn.thrm. Only oOc. Guaranteed l
cave really a
J 'llh' aY'e When
, J1t TT'id! the puzzled Celestial'CC hv J. B. Screven.: writing mention reading this generous

: f n... and Mrs H. J1 penetrated to a depth of t.: (toy t". Sets h'1St of the offer in this paper and ti DONKEY ON

d I fj their hon/is entered through a nar- (>ody Worth of UnbliUh. send EVERY' 8ACK BEST
i;' whoand r> o u'1&Co.Bing- ,
tfalnrnani5 '
ey end A t'JUS passage of rock and al- child:! } what It Is estimated that about $10,000 ** Y. The ..I e it''nr. r FEED

t and. hO' ig o point of entrance has been |.. trot tri.J it. sent ..S+ saw -; worth of wharjneo.\QVred: ) r Q"rubbish" Sam cent and Home of

ledge in t U at any other place, the ventila!*j taste will surpris t to thhen with is0ied rlaue telv'i 'tr Gt re sold by all good 8ipHoot istx Tyk FOR

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: THE ,FLORIDA STAR What In a the graphic Ogden account Movement of the POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTSAnnouncements aliBi AND O ITS BRIGHT I f FUTURE.I I Beggar Weed Seed -

for the coming< Primary
Entered at the postofflce at Titnsville as cational conference held at Athens
second-class mail matter. Election under this heading ire 85.00 President Palma Will Model Hi Country

Georgia, last month, John S. Cohen payable strictly In advance. After the United States. BEANS
Ellis B. acerEditor. and Pnbllther. VELVET ,
staff correspondent of the Atlanta FOB TAX ASSESSOR.I "I shall endeavor to have Cuba follow -

PUBLISHED, EVERY FRIDAY MOBNING. Journal, says : hereby announce myself as a candidate In the footsteps of the United And a general list of Garden and

Reduced to its last analysis, this for re-election to the office of Tax Assessor States" said President Tomas Palma' *
SUBi\CJIPTlON.81.30! PER ANNUM Field Seed.
; Southern Educational conference subject to the action of the primary electionto the other day In a long conferencewith
75 CENTS FOB SIX MONTHS. be held July 15th. If elected I will try to Governor Jennings of Florida and
.'; Furnished the coming of Mr. Ogden and his fill the office as well in the future as I havein Prices on application.
Idrertlslng Rate on the Havana
Colonel W. J. Bryan,
the past. Soliciting the support of all Dem-
that in the
'Application. party simply means
ocrats,I remain, respectfully, J. F. WOOTEIT. correspondent of the New York World."I .
It must be clearly understood that neither future the money expended in the am familiar with American'- THE GRIPPING BROS. GO
,,' THE STAB its editor responsible for south from outside for the
nor sources FOR PROSECUTING ATTORNEY. tory and a great admirer of Washington .

opinions expressed by correspondents. education of whites and blacks I beg to announce myself as a candidate for and Lincoln. One made the Union; Pomona Nurseries,

Subscribers will confer a favor on THE will not be expended by Prosecuting Attorney for the county of Bre- the other preserved it. Both dignified
STAB if they will notify us of any failure to generousbut vard, at the coming Democratic primary to it by gaining the respect of other na JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
receive their paper.Communications misguided philanthropists, but be held on Tuesday, July 15th, 1902, and trustto tions.
receive the report of my many friends.F. .
on live topics especially by practical and thoughtful men J. WEBB. "I feel grateful to the people of the

of local interest are solicited. But the editor in the manner devised by southern United States, to whose sentiments regarding H. A. HODGESs--s

reserves the right to condense them to suit minds and through agencies guided FOR PIWS.tCUTISGTTORNEY.. Cuba the house and senate
Brief items of neighborhood news always
; : desired. by southern hands. Being urged by many friends to do so. I promptly responded. President McKin- Satsuma flights, Fla.

hereby announce myself asa, candidate for ley's delay and deliberation were due
: Nothing could be manlieror finer Prosecuting Attorney for Brevard county, Dealer in and Manufacturers of
his individual
to great responsibility.
Admiral Sampson did not die a than the attitude of these northernmen subject to"the action of the Democratic primary -
to be held July 15th, 1902. If Congress had a collective responsibil ..
devised on nominated '
c rich man. His will only of means here today.As and elected I will give to the office the ity. CIPKESSi I LUMBER
$22,500-still, it was made prior to one of them expressed it: very best service I can. Hoping that my candidacy "I have come to Cuba reluctantly. 'j
1898 before the of ....,,, 1 .. .. will meet with favor at the hands of
capturing home at Central valley -
' April, lou nave snown US tua rue uutu Brevard's Democracy, I am, very respect- preferring my .
Spanish prizes and the destruction is trying heroically to deal not only fully, G. A. FROST X. Y.. and a quiet life with ,my Fruit and Vegetable Crates.
family rather than public life. But I I Iha"e
of Spanish ships was begun. with the but with great ""
negro, FOR TREASURER. "f
because I felt it to be
... come my Estimates furnished
for complete bills of
of its
unprivileged masses white I hereby announce myself as a candidatefor duty lumber to be delivered at any point on the
Y Sir Thomas Lipton will not be population. You understand your re-election to the office of Treasurer sub "I want Cubans and Spaniards to East Coast. ,I
ject to the action of the primary election to
made a coronation peer. He says own people and your own prob- be held July 15th. If elected I will try to turn their backs on the past and unit-

that he would not accept a peerageif lems as we do not. This work is, fill thfe office as well in future I have in the edly face the future, jointly combating 'V..iDE H. JONES, ,:
past. Soliciting the of all Democrats .
support ,
difficulties add problems."I
it were offered him, since it therefore, yours. Take it and do 1 remain, very respectfully, F. II. BOYE.
want opposition for the bettermentof REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE.LOANS f
would take him too far away from it. In so far as we can help you, the government but not personal or Y

his friends. Three cheers for Sir we are at your service. We haveno FOR COUNTY TREASURER.At prejudicial opposition. I should be AND COLLECTIONS ]

r Thomas! desire to meddle or interfere. If the request and solicitation of my many ready and willing to heed criticism. I TITUSVILLE, FLA. 4
friends throughout the county, I hereby an- J
- you will take the helm we will nounce myself as a candidate for the office of think liberty of the press a great national -

Justice.James O'Gorman, of the stand by, you, not as northerners; County Treasurer at the coining primary I benefactor in pointing out the; JAMES ANDREWS, .gATTORNEYATLAW
election July 15th. 190.',. have never heretofore errors and improving the morals of the -1
supreme court of New York state, but as fellow citizens of a common sought public office and if elected I government" J

was elected grand sachem of the country." will serve the people. Very Jonx truly II.yours WYX'K., President Palma spoke kindly of the Main office'and addressTitusville, Florida. ."i

t_# Columbian order of Tammany hall A nobler spirit could not be ,- - -- clemency of the United States courts cuting Branch attorney office at Fort for Brevard Pierce county.Florida. Prose- ii1"

on Monday night, deliberations ns breathed into language, and none FOR COUNTY TRKASURKR.I and judges that tried the filibusters Notary Public. State at Large. :-

lasting less than half an hour. For- need doubt that this correctly char- intend being a candidate for County and particularly thanked the commonwealth -- ---- -- -- ----- -- -- ->
TroaMirer at the Democratic primary to be of Florida for great help saying I). L. DODSON, -
'Robert A. VanWyck acterizes the aims :M.:
> mer Mayor and motives of held July 15th. 1902 I believe that the qualification : .

'; was also a candidate for the posi- all these men. It is neither charity required by the state committee forVllt'r. "Tho history of Cnba's success was
; to nominate county officers is unfair
i. tion. nor pity that they offer, but fra- and unjust to a large number of our best citizens written on the Florida S/1l1d8. and the
a ----- ternity and patriotism, and I much who vote our county ticket. I am em- : Florida keys opened the door to Cubanliberty. Office just west "f Indian Iiver flute ,
i pUi! 'all.v in fu'orvfthe primary 'st'm, butI Only fist class work at great- i
A few the Key"c t is a ward of Ilavana ..
country was mistake the of the lyTITUSVILLK red'll't' .
years ago temper peopleof am all the time for home rine. All voters ;.t ': : -
shocked when it learned that congress the south if they do not acceptit qualified by the laws of this State who will being nearer to Cuba in roint of FLOKIIU.
time than it is to the mainland
pledge themselves to vote for our county of Flor-
: ,. with the Republican party in as such. ticket, should be entitled to vote at the pri- ida. --- -- -- ------
r powerhad appropriated SlOOOOCO- In proof that these are not simply wary to nominate said ticktt. "Sanitation and education will con- President. F. A. MOEG\N"
If elected Treasurer, I intend to be Treas- Actuary.
, 000 for various purposes during one fine words these men of mind urer. In-longing to no institution, having made tinue as they have been improved bj ..

\ '' term. The Billion Dollar congress and meads have put their work no combinations and having made no promises tae military government. Last year all BREVARD .
: therefore I have none to break. South
f became a reproach and a by-word. largely in the hands of southern Trusting I will >>e favored with a vote by from yellow America fe\er.was exceptionally free ------ --------,-,-,-,------- ,-,- _.
; .F.. It begins to look now, however, as men-not idle dreamers all who belie\e I am qualified to fill the office, may. be an
unpractical, I remain, yours, truly Joii.v HLXRV. increase t11isel11', but the Cuban government Abstract of Titlecoth

I f: if the present congress would discount but those noble spirits who unaided will employ the utmost vigilance - -, ----- ._ ,
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'. that record appropriating have been battling for the FOR TAX CO LI.ECTOR. to maintain health and uninterrupted -

$1,000,000,000 during a single session education of the poorer classes of I hereby announce myself as a candidate commercial! relations. I believe ANY tWill
for nomination for the office of Tax Collector in the theory of tlt transmission of thefl'wr
and yet nobody is bold enough the south these with furnish ibstnu-ts of
title i
many years of Urevaid county. subject to the notion by mosquitoes, but I agree with for
lauds ill
.to predict that the high water mark limited means and oftentimes, sad of the approaching Democratic primary, Governor Jennings in the necessity of fire ward Bounty. ;
and will be pleased to receive the of
of Republican extravagance has to say, small appreciation.A all my friMids. h ALL. keeping this city clean. OFFICE UXic-K Lv\ OhKlLt OF I II

; been reached. Governor Jennings_. interrnntril- -- -- fn-- sic-.... I GEO M. ROBIH\ 'riTTSVILLE. n.'j
Complex Question.The FOR TAX COLLECTOR. that it would lv impossible to maintain _

': In the course tf remarks made at Democratic state executive: I bog to announce myself as a candidate for open commerce: with Florida ports un BOBBINSGRAHAM
the otlice of Tax Collector for the County of less the sanitation in Havana was
? :Miami last week Colonel William committee is
receiving considerable Ureard, subject to the aitiou of the Democratic "od. President Palma assured him

J. Bryan (if the Metropolis, of that adverse criticism for auming primary to be held on Tuesday, July that! : tlWl'l'"oulJ he no cause for fear *

.x S place, quotes him correctly) said the power to dicta1 how the political many 13'h. friends Trusting I am to ,receive yours truly the support, of my the interests being mutual. -

:\ that he did not care who might be affair in the different countieshould 1'. A. JIcMiLLAX. Pr-c idcnt Pulma says he shall be CO.

' FV the standard bearer for the Democrats be conducted. In 1 f'riio\ "-how his respect: for the govern- (Incorporated. Paid ip Capita! $25.'JOOOO )
many FOR IEI'laSE'T.\TI\'E.. f"t of Slain n"l think the Cubans
... so long as he might be per- countie there is a disposition: to "'rid! This company owns land,
A Yoke From l' ol'le. an interest !in the "mother
mitted to stay clo e to where: the follow out the instruction of the omtry: :' in the Indian River Country -
May 7,1902.lelieing on the St. Lucie River
fight is thickest. We such ,
'f hope a state committee, but in several instances
4 it to !be tu the best interests of the at New River, and on Bio
liberal sentiment as this may permeate : the county committees i have people of Hn\ilnl county to have \V,VDE II.JUM.M Are You Going
. :: the whole atmosphere of the announced that the primary will represent uin the next legislature, Away cayne Bay.

t next Democratic national convention be open to all who will agree to county u(' respectfully to give him urge their all sUl'i'ort Democrats at the of coming the- For the Summer? PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.

and then there will he priurary on the 15th of July.
. ; no support the Democratic nominees, )I.xT.Xl'nR-. Send for land list.

\ t I question as to the success of the both state and county. THIN: <;iO TnSeabreeze OrFIl'F.8 AT . .

party in the campaign of 1004. We feel that the state committee KIR REIRKSKNTAT1VE.To .
or". assumed rather too much of that the l)l'lItl'l'ratie"ters of Bievard County:

:- Mr. Bryan, in his Commoner, power which leads toward centralization I wish to announce my candidacy for the -
legislature, subject to the action of the Democratic
::. says he is not picking ]leaders for in deciding that none but primaries to be held July 13th. tie- LIPPINCOTT'MONTHLY

,|,- the Democratic party, but adds that those who had voted the entire girding my Democracy and efficieinry. the

i i, there is a plenty of good presidential I Democratic ticket, state, county i voters I will Use are my perfectly best endeavors familiar. If to nominated serve the More rood Roads, Finer Beach. for MAGAZINEA

(- timber in the party from whichto and national, would be.allowf'tl to I people faithfully .My platform of principleswill Bathing, and Better Fishing than at any.
be made kilo m to the voters indhidutil FAMILY LIBRARY
tr make selections. Among the participate in the coming primary.The \ allll_ oil_ tilt____ vtllltitk__.n__..._ other Resort in Florida.
r men available he names Carmack, matter of open primaries in Very re-i-cartHy.. H. Mi-F\KLAXD.: The Best in Current Literature
I\': McMillan, Ex-Goveinor Taylor, all
J t Y of Tennessee, and Mayor Head,. of i in othcis' will have a decided tendency ', the I MANY SHORT STORIES AND
( patronof Oho >1 District No 3, and
I ar; ,. Nashville. We agree with him in ( to create political complica- beg to nnnouijce the name of J. E. Fultz as> a PAPERS ON TIMELY TOPICS

i i his statement that he is not "pick tion< throughout the state. In every ttidid.ite Hievard tor( meiuln'r, of School Board of The'Breakers $2.50 PER YEAR; 25 CTS. A COpy
county subject to the Democratic
rJ i ,. ing leaders," fur, while all the Ten- i instance where the open primary primacy to be held ou July 15th. NO CONTINUED STORIES

i l. V nesseeans he }has mentioned are permitted; there will bu an SCHOOL P\TKON. The EVERY NUMBER COMPLETE IN ITSELF
: two largest; and mot foinniodiou
: ;c;: good men, any of them would undoubtedly invitation for a contest to he carried FOR COUMY COM: MISSION EU. Summer Hotels at Seahieeze: will be un-

: be a presidential before the state tll'r the exclusive i management of .'
intposV ] : committee, I hereby announce myself. a candidate for ( (>L
}'. ,. sibility. It quires ability in several and the result can be readily foreseen re-elntiou as County ('0111111 i, iolll'r for the C. C.' POST during the snnuuerreastm of
Hit;) )?
: aided
I. Fourth District, by a competent of
subject the
to action of the corp experienced
"r-t: ,.,. different ways to make a sue as the committee i could hardly Deiaomtiv primary, July 15th. 1902. assistants: assuring: the best
"a,_. cessful presidential candidate. ho .expected. to decide, again its JOHN C. JONES service and every attention to guests. Fot
: : - own decisions:: Taken altogetherthe PUOF. LANDOLT'S OUCHESTUA, ;:r The Farmer
.;$!" On the 20ch of April. 189S, the question: i is a very serious one hereby announce myself as a candidate Brought from New York to the Colonades The Gardener

.' g joint resolution of congress was approved for Democrats to consider, and un- fur re-election as Cl1l1t'omrni"'iol1t'r for la-t winter, will play twice each day during k 41 and
]les all the Thir,5 distiht. MiJ-jett to the action of the the season. The
, which said that "the people parties interested can be re- Dt-mwutic primary be Housewife
to held
'. f of the island of Cuba are, and of conciled by some favorable solutionof 1! "2. J. 1 July:. )IIOT.II. 15th. A Play loom for children. are Tb-yvostaltUenioi-5s"nr. I I .

the affair it will Kates-;$:2.00 to *2.:50 i.h&I, t1).. vnhury'h.aSi" "
be ] --
?: right ought to free and indepen very likely redound r.KANMNG' per day; SlO.OO to ewerytt hen. L& a555,55a. 'I i
$12 00 week. 5.t
dent." Tuesday, of this week, the to the disparagement of the per M. FERRY $ Co,

". 20th day of IaCuba became a primary plan of making nomina ATTOKXEY AM COUNSELOR AT LAW, Special rates to families for the season. t Detroit, Pilch.

.10li. i$ full fledged republic; and 1 now can tions. ...-- -- -..- - - "'J.'T! PALM: BE,\:H, FLORIDA Address C. C. POST; 'fc

be considered\ I I a nation of the I west- Seabreeze, Fla. _
tt1.hMr. The wholesale slaughter of human .
an. -
. .. hanf.IV one err h&nisphere This government beings at Hastings should? be -
"if. \ elces' l' is prepariJ bral.declaratwn it has Hodgson Bros. I
a warning to many parents and
utt's Pills i PU1NAFOR
it of
I u 11y Just back ut out the power guardians to exercise the greatest

-J'Jeep dons to assume that our I caA'cr (l) the comL their daughbdy EAU GALL1E, INDIAN RIVER, FLA.raMerchants. .
, !. land lire H is a selfish one. True I Iif
e fed 1 to After eating, persons of
g as- a bilious hay
tt1 f their ho 1 appreciate the part the g aln-mans will derive great benefit by taking one 575 Lb..

ey .,.nd fates took up in their be- and child: .s claar- of these pills. If you have been Hard

" ledg h .(nd it is hoped that that clad not trill it; r have DRINKING T|AH'''O v Etm
| 'ith the I
taste willfoTTJLBOWNE
f people in that island who ' } they willed actaelvi t h t a, F
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;: TREATMENT[ [ I FOG ORANGE MITES. : any made. Probably and adapted as good to a this machine'.kind as of Spring Humors In Morton's Memory.The .

orchard use is the Champion Powder favorite work of the late J. Sterling -

, .4. Sulphur: -the Beat Specific, and now to Gun, manufactured by Leggett & Bro., of the Blood Morton former secretary of agri- Weak ?

Apply It. 301 Pearl ,street, New York. It may be culture-the growing of trees on the

Florida Experiment Station Bulletin. had from the manufacturers or from Come to a large majority of people. treeless plains of the west-Is not to'I

:. u The warm dry weather of the almost any wholesale seed or nursery Probably 75 per cent. of these are end with hIs death, says a dispatch I I suffered terribly and was ex-
present dealer such Peter Henderson & from Nebraska City. Neb., to the Kan- ,
: has as tremely weak for 12 years. The
spring multiplied all forma of the every year by Sarsaparilla -
New Star. It is to be taken and blood all
x York. It will carry sulphur particles sas City up doctors said my was
family tetranychidae to an alarming ex- to the top of a twelve-foot tree with and we hope by this advertisement carried on by Mr. Morton's three sons turning to water. At last I tried

tent. Not since 1886 or 1889 have mites ease in calm air, and by means of ladders to get the other 25 per cent. to Joy Morton Paul Morton and Mark Ayers Sarsaparilla! : and wi3 soon

attracted such attention in Florida or the largest trees may be thoroughly take this great Spring Medicine.It Morton, all successful .men of affairs, feeling all right again."
threatened such widespread Mrs. J. W. Fiala Ct.
damage as Hadlyme,
dusted. Dusting should be repeated every will who are abundantly able to do what
during the present season. sharpen your appetite, cure
During the ten days or two weeks until the mites their father so loved In his life to do.
E** latter part of April all stomach troubles relieve that No how
reports began to pour disappear.; The other day the body of Mr. Mor- matter long you i

in various upon us acarinidae accompanied by specimens of Perhaps more satisfactory than dusting! tired, feeling.Its ton was laid to rest beside that of hiswife have been ill, nor how t

and before the first with sulphur is spraying with bisulphideof strength as a blood purifier is who had preceded him to the I be
week in May had passed poorly you may today
every quarter of lime. Take 5 Ibs. of sulphur and 5 demonstrated by its marvelous cures of grave by several years. Their last rest ,
; the
orange growing districts had been Ibs. of lime, boil together in a few gallonsof ing place Is within sight pf Arbor I Ayer's Sarsaparilla is the

heard from, the reports indicating that water until everything is dissolved anda Scrofula Salt Rheum Lodge, the Morton home, where Mr. I best medicine you can
the damage was great, and that in Scald Head Boils, Pimples
some brownish liquid is obtained. Dilute to Morton'and his young wife homesteaded J take for and
..k districts there was great excitement. Ml Kinds of Humor Psoriasis purifying en
i one hundred gallons for use, and spray Blood Poisoning Rheumatism 1GO acres of government land when
Since more or less the blood.
damage may continue every two or three weeks if necessary. A Catarrh Malaria, Etc. they came, in 1855: Into a desolate country riching
e7 for several
weeks before
season we believe it best the rainy' whale oil soap mixture of sulphur is more All of which are prevalent now. unsettled by the white mpn. In Don't doubt it, put your
opens to issue
bulletin an persistent than the lime mixture, and 1855 nothing worthy of the name of whole trust in it throw ..
emergency giving some account ,
does not need repeating so often. Takeof 1100 8Sarsaparilla tree was on the Morton homestead or
of the history of these insects ,, else.
';' and espe- whale oil soap 7 lbs., one quart of sul anywhere near it. People who went to away everything
; cially of the remedies that are most effective phur by measure, and boil with a few I the funeral services at Arbor Lodge I $1.CO a bottle. All druntsts.Ask .

against them. gallons of water until dissolved, then dilute i passed through a forest of tall trees I your doctor what he thinks of Ayers
g' Perhaps th s most important species is to forty gallons for spray. While the (known as Morton park a gift to Ne- Sarsapanlla. He knowall about this grand
old fa mediciue. Follow his advice and
the mite Will do wonderful
1 six-spotted tetranychus sex mac- eggs of the mite are not killed by any of ;I you a amount olfood. braska City from Mr. Morton) up to the we ca ulmly. satisfied.
: ulatus. The insect first came into prominence Be sure to get Hood's. J. C. AYEE Co., Lowell,Mass.
these applications, the adherent sulphur oeautiful grounds of the Morton home.In

; 'l as an orange enemy in 1886, just particles kill the young mites as fast as t front of the house were great trees.

after the severe freeze, the weakened condition they are hatched. Lying down beside his dead sweetheart, many of them pines interspersed with ed in the growing of forage plants and

of the trees seeming to enable it to Where neither powder-guns nor spray evidently some time after he had killed shrubs, and on either side were broad grains that are not now grown in partsof

,: multiply excessively. It disappeared in pumps are. at hand and delay must be the household, Austin blew out his own acres of apple orchard In full bloom. the west and of all this the people

;: June with the beginning of the rainy avoided, some relief will be afforded by brains. The girl was an orphan. All of this was the work of one man a of the west will be the gainers. If the

season, reappearing the following springin ascending the trees on ladders in the William Austin was born in Tallahassee man who loved trees who. as the fa late Mr. Morton himself had had the

still greater numbers and inflicting severe about 27 He worked about ther of Arbor day caused more trees to
morning while the dew is on or just aftera years ago. devising of it. he could have chosen no

t damage, but retiring as usual with rain, and throwing flowers of sulphurby Hastings two years ago as a farm help, be planted than any other man in the more fitting monument.
s- the commencement, of the summer rains. and worked odd world. .
hand into the foliage. On tall trees at jobs, car -- - ------ -- -- --- -----
I, : In 1889 it again became something of a three or four handfulls should be thrown pentering. He was regarded as shiftless. The sons of the l:1te.secrettry. of agriculture PROPOSALS. s. DEPARTMENT OF

scourge, and has appeared in smaller from one setting of the ladder at intervalsof He followed his sweetheart to Hastingsfrom propose to make Arbor Lodgean Agriculture office of the Secretary. Washington -

numbers at various times since, but has four or five feet from the base of the Jacksonville. arboretum the first in the west. will be, D.received C., May by 19O'.l.-Sealed the Secretary of proposals Agriculture :-;

! not been the occasion of general alarm foliage to the top, and the ladder should Somebody who knows the west and until noon Saturday, May 31, 19O', for

: J: until this spring.Description have four settings against the same tree, Holly Beans. who knows trees will be, in charge and the repair and improvement of the frame

and life history-Th 'orig- each of the A slow there, at the home of the man whose building of the Weather Bureau, U. S. Department -
one at point compass. Holly beans, if eaten, produce pain,
Agriculture, at Jupiter Fla., in
' j inal description of the insect is found in fumigation seems to result from such free nausea and a drowsiness not easily fondness for trees was a passion will accordance with plans and specifications

- i1 Insect Life, vol. 2, page 225: and abbreviated use of sulphur by hand, putting a marked broken. be conducted experiments in tree culture which may be obtained at the Weather BurEau -

somewhat and adapted to: our pre- check the development of all formsof which will be of value to all the office at Jupiter. Fla., and at the office of
, upon ._
the Chief the
of Weather Bureau. Washington
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sent is as follows: Length of full
purpose acarinidae. I Iij NOTICE. west. I). C. Bids must be sealed and indorsed
grown specimen 0.3mm, or about .012 of The field will be broadened to take in 'on envelope Proposal for Weather Bureau
ti 'an inch. This is slightly smaller than Notice is hereby given that it is my other things, for Mr. Morton was interested building. Jupiter. Fla.." and addressed to theSecretary

y x most members of its family. It is of oval ,! A SHOCKING ij TRAGEDY[ AT 1 HASTINGS G Pardons intention, of to the apply state to of Florida the Board for the of in 'verytli'nj! ;: that grows in the i The Dei'iirtmeut\Agriculture reserves, (1V'ashingtonD.C.he right to reject

shape, being widest just back of the eyes. commutation of the sentence ana pardon ground: Experiments will be conduct: :I any orall bids. JAMES WILSON Secretary.Be .

General color pale: greenish yellow, the within 50 days from date. The nature of the .
ee abdomen in mature specimens Wholesale Slaughter of Human Live by a offence of which I was convicted is break- - -- -- - I
being ing and entering with intent to commit a felony -
marked with six or less small dusky spots Disappointed Lover. and I was convicted and sentenced in

:i... arranged in two lateral rows of three in ST. AVGUSTIXE, FLA., May 19.-Crazed the circuit court of Brevard county, April HEALTHY Be COMFORTABLE

each row on the back. Most of the 25th. 1901. JOHN LEWIS. "' .. _ .__ ___
by his infatuation for little Abitha Mc- Titusville. Fla., May 16th, 1902. 2w
younger mites are without these spots, or Culiough, a 13-year-old girl, Wm. Austin,
have but part of them present. Some of
killed the and four
a young man, girl TAX DEED NOTICE.
the mature specimens have fewer than six other and then committed uu-ide U
persons : Notice is hereby given that William T ?
spots, and these are often quite indis- in the farm house of William Wilkinson
lonely . I Jones, purchaser tax certificate Xo. 1023.: 1
tinct. Eyes, two on each side, the ante- near Hastings-- a thriving settlement dated the 4th day of July, A. 1). 1S9*, has .ie"G-

rior one of each pair being blood-red and eighteen miles from this city, at 3 filed said certificate in my cilice, and has
-. the to the made application for tax deed to issue in accordance
disposed as give
.y" so o'clock this Thedead William t
morning. are with law. Said:; certificate embracesthe c S r
appearance of two red ey'eson each side; Wilkinson, aged 52; Mrs. Wilkinson, I following described property situated in .

a' the posterior eyes are colorless and trans his wife; Miss Abitha McCullough, aged Brevard county Florida., to-wit: north half of 'A6'ik

parent. A lateral constriction just backs 13; Miss Wilkinson, sister of Wm. Wil- southwest quarter of section 30, township 32
south, of range :33 east The said laud being
of the eyes divides the body into two kin"on; 'a child, name not learned, and assessed at the date of the i issuance of such

more or less distinct, regions. The termi- William Austin, the murderer and sni- certificate in the name of F. YanYalkenburx.

nal joint of the leg is longest. The dde, aged 27. Unless said certificate shall be redeemed according ik ikI
:: to law tax decd will issue thereon on
the is and
thumb of palpns quite stout
The crime was first discovered by John the IJjth day of June A. 1) 100J.
4 bears on its tip three fingers, of which Keller, who visited the Wilkinson house Witness my official signature and seal this

the middle one i is largest. The younger this llIornilJ}!. lie found six corpses: the 14th day of May, A.. I). 1002.
1 mites have but three pairs of feet. The I A. \.:TEW IT. l lk'j"
scarcely cold, and but one living witnes
Clerk Circuit Court of Bre\.ird county, Fla. ill
eggs, which are globular in shape and to the tragedy, a helpless' infant, Austin By O. A, STEWART, 1) C.

either colorless or of a pale grl.'t enish-: had been madly infatuated with the: Mc- Titusville, Flu, May 16th, ItlO:!. (_ j1 _

?4 yellow, are loosely attached to the delicate Cullough girl, who lived with the 'Wil- It ItI4fF

along the under sides of the leaves. With killed the entire family because his advances Notice is hereby given 'that John Henry

Warm dry weather the life cycle from egg/ were rejected and his desire to I'urdmseroftal certificates Nos. J>13, SU3SIU. 1

f ilpvItex to adult male is not more than ten days. wed the girl disapproved, 1000 and 1002, dated th,. 6th day of July A. i I
The in"pds are curried from tree to tree D. IS'JG, has filed said certificates in my other,

I the feathers of bird, by becoming .- W.V* DETEKMIXED. OX M VRRI. UiE. and has made application for. .tax deeds to
upon He went to the IV \viuinson home I'rl iaynight bme in accordance with Uw.. Said certificatesembrace
attached: to tin feet of lady bugs, upon awl proposed marriage to Abitha, the following described property situated -
P fallen leaves driven in-fore the wind etc. iu Urevard county. Florida, to-wit: All
leaf surface about McCullough.: lIe was rejected, and, vowing of section IS. township 32 south of range 35; IronBeds are the Thing
They can trawl Ui two inches in one'minute or ten feet in city and on' atnr day procured a marriage township 31 south of range 35 east; all of section
an hour, ami thctefiue they quickly 6. township 35 south, of range 35 eat:
license lie went to church on Sunday He Clean S"ty1ish.
north b.ilf v.nthwv-t quarter and '\est half althy; : .
: where have
: spread from act they night and told every one he met that he of southeast quarter, section, township So
..i become newly established.Symptom ; wa to be married that night. About :> south <>f i" -* and I tllccts: of attack.t .-.\ o'clock morning several pistol shots l ases..ed at the date of the issuance ot such
} >1I0\\ ill:: of tin l leies sttnvirgg! a* streaks certificates in the name of Florida Southern Which i N admitted, to lie the! l lest ron-inn-Unl!' article of the k.inl I made; is so arrangedthat
heard but no one went to
and spots along the midrib on the upper were Railway company. Unless: said certificates a strong; cClllltrtahlt'>) Spniig; 'li'r\I1t-"oI((: for :-, v r aifairuius!>t ?sagging) is fitted
| :1te.'ilkill on failed to appear thi shall be redeemed according to law, tax deeds
into head ainl foot it jtroruunl rm'nl and with
directly > making : doing -
of ; separate
surface of the itM\-: and a< will issue thereon on the iMh day of June, A.
house whew he
z morning at a neighbor's;; side raiKV have put the' piitv down w I low on tht>e beds that they are now
yellowish M-ty l> \\ lIon the lower side was engaged in harvesting a crop of potatoes 1)Witness 1902.! my official signature; and seal this in reach of all. For a short\ lime will make special drive tin our >(). 42Xi:!! >> for $7.50.

indicates the IHM-CJS' presence.! The ex- and John Kellar, a farm hand, was the 14th day of May, A. 1). 1W2 Get one! led! sun- above cut, i-Lt: 00. miXriTUK AND CUU'ETS.

('rementsoho'" as minute black spots, sent to learn the came: of his absence. He A. A. STEWART,
and the cast skins where aggregated together whole murdered and 'lerk Circuit Court of Brevard County. Fla.
found the family
whitish silverypatches.
constitute ,
I Austin with a bullet hole in hip breast: Titusville, Fla., May ,
) After a few weeks the l leaves curl, shrivel and the revolver clutched in his hand --16th,1902.--
". and fall than half of the leaves SAVANNA GA. I
moie Void of the tragedy was:" brought to this TAX DEED NOTICE. ,
often coming: down and from one-third to city on the morning train, and Sheritf

two-thlyds of the immature fiuit. In Perry and the coroner went to the scene Notice is hereby given that Alex. Forester
1S99 one located in Citra, Fla, reported purchaser of tax certificate No 1S3, dated the
grove the The unharmed infant
of tragedy. u'th day of May. 19. has filed said certificate ,
a crop of only about ten thousand was found in bed beside its dead mother. in my (tilt'(. and has made api'luation for tax Bond Lumber Co.

boxes from the heaviest bloom the grove \ st'ENE OF n0IU tI:. :; deed to issue iu accordance with 1 law. Slid ,
had forth whereas it had yielded certificate embraces the fotlowuhdeserlbedproperty
ever put
The of the bodies in the cabin i 1'revard Florida
position !situated' in county
thousand boxes the 1
twenty-iuur preceding presented. a scene of horror. The entrance !j to-wit: I..ut1., block 1', Titusulle. section 3. TITUSVILLE, FLA.
{ year, the whole sknnka-je of product the cabin was blocked! by tile body of I township 22, south of range 3o east: the said .
to j
being attributed to the ,spotted laud being assessed at the date of the issuance To Kl'Y' FROM TS: OXIK
mite. the young :girl, Abitha, and lying: at her I of such cert tic-ate in the name of"unknown.:' i
:i left, close beside timer, wathe stalwart Unless said certificate shall be redeemed according -MEANS-

Two other species of tetranychus are form of her lover. The contrast was to law tax deed will issue thereon on TO BUY FROM US A(;.\IX.We 1
a" often present with the six spotted mite the 9th las of June. A.I). M'2.
upon the same leaves, but as the oWrva- marked, as they lay upon :a pallet or Witness my olluial signature and seal this manufacture and can afford to sell cheaper than retail dealer i
shake down upon the floor. The :girl wa* the L-t day of May A. 1) Hit! >,>. ?,

: tions and remedies applicable to the one partially dressed, having on a white';; [L. s ] .\. A. -nW.\RT. Lumber, Lath. Lime, Shingle, Cement, brick. Moulding and Turned i'1Vnrk. '
be used with all of them, \\
;,l species may undershirt and black stock- .! Clerk Circuit Court of Bre\ard County, Fla.
from a practical standpoint it is only! necessary I waist, a white had removed his shoes and i B> O. A. STKW.\KT.1). C. Orange and Vegetable Crates. Estimate cheerfullyfurnished..
in -!. Austin 1
Fla. 2nd 1902.
to mention the others. Titusville. May ,
} his coat. She was short and plump. Hi : S. G. VANLANDINGHAM, Manager. "J
'. The rainy season: of June and July i! f
b) feet :3 inches of bone and muscle seemedto I ADMIMsTKATOK'si NOTICE.i 1
causes the mites to practically disappear, ,
of '
twice the length the :girl 'XII
A and they remain in such small numbers measure i Notice is hereby given to all cOlll.t'rlll'dthat V
: beside him. Austin's left arm lay crook- date I will\ GEO. N. HATCH : : : : 1 anne118
during the latter part of the year that six rronths present my V 1
all. H! at his side, part i.f it resting upon thegirl's i i final accounts and apply to the Hon. A. I). __ Q '
they are rarely noticed at Vigorous breast. In his right hand, with i} Penney county judge of Brevard county teems toe

; trees, especially those growing on high! i :Finger on the trigger, was the pistol.In I Florida for my discharge administrator of : Dealer_ in (General Merchant C hi L ? 't:
hammock land or low moist soil, are not | the estate of E lwar Gibson late deceased, of VVwut 1
Mrs. Wilkinson
the corner of the room --- e pecie in.
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and where irrigation or said county. WILLI.'lHIBX.u .
apt to be injured, "
and Miss Wilkinson lay dead in a Administrator of Estate of Edward Gibson.Titusulle consisting of everything FLA.RJ"1: "'t', ul Ih' ..
r, artificial wa'terlll is practiced damage is kPr ROCKLEDGE_ .
} of blood on the bed. The father lay Florida, May 16th, 1902. usually - It' who.
t- slight. Drenching the trees with water pool j l k jaJA iyuunWOuld ---&rst Ot ".< '
bed where the children \
in double >
a ThaU
J d S'1'
from a hose where the water supply .
with him. There was JoinedfclLhtefcttr NOTICE. ti c thifV '
q !1
slept \ -y
a u
abundant, as in the case of irrigated r ...... 1 ..
'T .. .
of a struggle to be WP- U. notice that .
a by .: 't m9 d'li Fake 5lvt'0 It RO. : '
meets demand. A ul mv B. Li: .
one .
groves, every U is tbjn. .it by some that Abi (I td not do anything."f to the Hon hit .,t ,
Reme ieEl.-The best against c1e -- .
"<' tut Brevard oak.
31XlI to Dr fier( e -
bed with the women AX'| -
ii. "
eix-spotted mite ia some form of sulphur. asleep AueiVho* lived elsewher* /;''/4il'\vsho 'tca1 J ".and'ia t'lrdian, of tfla'ts tcttfvftL7lge nel !d Florida; "
t II flowers of S1"1'tleare blown upon the that Acid the Ie r r of J. T. Gly anai OOD PRODUCTS I
'pUlst Opportb & Bre+ rs t : .
w1m&v sky in the early who wa'ce' i spendiit'llttz. LanlddI f\\ county, i
foliage 1\ upon. mntlnnJeSll gun -i rai'uVay. virAwih'De a line throt' :uses-; fi.1r. ...JI'S. j1Ue5tihC\ to u**" T eJ V% W faTv B WAKIZCt
morl V is yet on thee I )I IF1orf Water V ..
oiled stillness ** JV '* hI olated pror''tc et T,a ..1- '. .rtfl. .hTuC;and tar. .... o iu-bro .
leaood." -" TK> plus insect7t6 ,far, d, \ This I '- tawnle '.1.. 0\. r .
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: CURRENT{ LOCAL l l LCON1C3. I Mrs. G. Nolle SHILOH.and daughter, Miss Clara, I i i Um{ NEWS[ I AND D IHCIDH[ { I Extraordinary at KLINE'S Special Sale, BITS OF f f FACT I AND" GOSSIP I j

have returned to their home at this place. !i !
2("th 1902.
I :Matters of Interest That Are Monday, May Current '
Happening Events of the Present
Brief Mention of What Is Going On In Mr. T. C. Gaines left Friday for Kentucky I I Week

and About Tltusville. where he will spend the summer Around Town. Again we have received a big line of Portrayed In Brief. '

Send watches for repairs to W.M.Wood-1 I months.Mr. Mr. T. G. Ronald, of Lotus, is here this I India Linen Lawns, an extra fine sheer "Paroid Roofing See ad. of G. F. :

week with his launch. quality, 25; cent would be a small pricefor Padilison ,
ward DeLand Fla. Work new on page 8.
guaranteed'j and :Mrs. H. Watton and Mr. and 15c. also t
itIonday's price ; one
Mr. Haile ard family have Mrs. T. R. Crook, of Clifton, were visitorsin Miss Kate Pritchard returned last Saturday worth 20 cents for 12|; also one worth 17 Mrs. J. C. Jones and baby left Tuesday I

the 'Scobie double 'cottage recently occu Shiloh Sunday.The afternoon from Miami, where she cents for lie. for Cocoa, where she will spend about a !

pied by Dr. Screven. has been visiting for some time.past with week among friends and relatives. {i
surprise party at Mr. Taylor's was i Also we have received a big: line of y.
I her sister Mrs. F. T. Budge.
Mr. F. A. Losley went to Daytona yesterday enjoyed by all present. Music, games and Ladies' fine Lare Hose, fast black, worth The Misses Mary and Leona Caruthers, ;

to attend the division meeting of I dancing were the features of the evening.Mr. Messrs. J. R. Miot and Charlie Cleveland 40 cents, for 25; also one worth 75 cents, daughters of our town5'manr r. J. L. Caruther J_ j i

Knights Templar.Our J. A. Taylor and little sons David of Indianola, were here the first for 49. ?, are visiting with friends in Orlando , ;
part of the week securing; estimates on Monday will be the greatest chance for while.
a ,
epeci Jties.-Xew novelties, watch and Dewitt, and Mr. Manning Griffis, Jr., I .
I building material prices of which they offered Embroideries. Fine !- ,
"on I
ever quality
and jewelery repairing, diamonds etc. went to Titusville Friday, returning Sat- Capt. A. L. Lewis, of West Palm Beach,
have advanced of late. of wide beautiful -
say Hamburg: 6 inches a
Whaler's jewelry store. urday. a former resident of Indian river, who .
The Miami of last pattern well worth 25 cents, for 12J; m
Friday 'I lived at Fort Pierce celebrated his 84th !
New steps at the entrance to the Presbyterian j OAK HILL. also one 9 inches wide, regular price 351
I states: Mrs. J. P. Sawtelle, of Hardee- anniversary last week on Thursday.Rev. I
:'**'J church have been erected this Mr. Coleman Williams made a flying ville, has been in the city a few days, cents, for 19; a big variety of patterns; I
week Mr. S. N. Gladwin. J. G. Black will hold services in
by trip to Daytona this week. stopping at Mrs. Kolb's. Mrs. Sawtelleowns also one S inches wide", regular 25; cents

: Ifu Chainless bicycle at a bargain; almost some lands on the Orange Glade quality, for 15; an extra fine quality of the Baptist church Sunday next, morn- !
The Rev. E. P. Byrons will conduct I ing and evening, at the regular hours forservice. i
new, at less than half price. Address this road and will probably locate: in Miami Swiss EmbrOIdery, the fan pattern, worth m
services in the church 2:30
at next I .
:1 office. Guaranteed as good as new. p. m. and.have these lands improved. 2:: cents, for 15; also one 8 inches wide, '

Sunday.Mr. beautiful pattern, worth 40 cents, for 19. Several sailing and launch parties were j 1

We return thanks to Tom Johnson P. W. Roberts has returned to his After spending the past winter season The celebrated Defender Sheets, 72x90, out on the r \Wednesday night to en- ;
\: Little Tom) for some fine Irish here with )lr. and Mrs. L. A.
( very po- home in Minis, after a short visit to Mr. Brady, hemstitched with 3-inch hem, regular joy the beautiful moonlight, but'were t:

'V v, tatoes of his raising, that he left with us H. J._ Magruder.Mr. Miss -Uessie Bryan departed Saturday last 75 cents quality, for 49 cl'ntsj best quality caught! in the heavy shower that came 1
last Saturday. to spend the summer in Tennessee, her unexpectedly about 9 o'clock.
t of Lonsdale, yard wide, 12 yards for up i
John Brooke and brother Herbert
home. She carried with her little Lawrence I
+f., Indian River band {gave a free concert of Osteen have been visiting Mr. and $1.00; fine Berkley English Long Cloth, The colored people of this place celebrated
Brady who will remain with her
at Indian River hotel last night, whichwas sells for 2.00 for bolt
usually!: $ 12-yard on the anniversary of their first
Mrs. J. S. Gaines.
until she returns here again in the fall. '
highly enjoyed by a large number of
Monday next $1.49. Fine quality of unbleached knowledge! of the emancipation procla ;
Miss Lillian Marsh who has been with
our townspeople. At the tenth annual meeting of the Sea Island Domestic, yari wide, mation on Tuesday by holding a barbecue
relatives in Atlanta for the i is
The stage has been put up in the opera past year, Florida Bankers' association, held in 18 yards for 100. out on the camp meeting !ground #

house, and John Thompson's "Around again at her home here. Jacksonville 'J'ul'tidayIr.. W. M. Brown, Toilet Buttermilk Soap, the 25 cents Mr. F. A. Strahan, of Mims, and his

the World In 80 Minutes" is booked for Miss Mary Howes will spend com- of this place, was elected third v l'e-pres- quality for 13c. The celebrated Glyce- son George went to Palm Beach Monday t

: here next Friday night. mencement week at Stetson universitywith ident of the association for the coming rine Soap, regular 25 cents quality, also afternoon where Mr. Strahan takes charge ,

Miss Nettie Coutant.Mr. Mr. J. T. Dismnkes of St. for 13. Castile Soap, including Wash
Augustine {
ill Wednesday of the of H. P.
Mrs. J. T. Bassett was very dairy Dye while the hitter ,
and yesterday with a return of a H. G. Putnam and sister, Miss was elected president for the third Cloth, for 9 cents. takes a trip to his old home in New York
Mail orders of the above items
..., trouble that she is subject to, but we are Mary, entertained at cards Friday night time. will be on any filled. state this summer.

now pleased to state that she is 'imI : in honor of Mr. P. W. Roberts. The St Augustine Evening Record of promptly We
Your money cheerfully refunded if are pleased to state that Mr. Geo, :'
I proved. Mrs. Geo. Glawson and Mrs. C. B. Monday contained an 8-paie supplement, :roods are not as represented. N. Hatch, general merchant, at Pock "

f Miss Nena Rowe, who has lately been Futch drove down from Hawk's Park last printed on heavy calendered paper, en- JULIUS KLINE. I I ledge, has made arrangements that are i?

/ conducting a dancing class at Indianola, Thursday to spend the day with Mrs. P. titled the "Consecration Souvenir,"givinga Titusville, Fla. satisfactory to his creditors, and that he
northbound a Parker. detailed account of the consecration of will his of
the train
was a passenger on reopen place business again 't

Sunday, accompanied by her mother, for Mr. T. P. Howes, who arrived home Bishop Kenny. The supplement is as within a few days.Archdeacon i
fine a piece of printing as was ever exe- Expended a Million a Year.
Green Cove Springs to spend the summer. week before last from a year's trip cuted in Florida, the engravings all B. F Brown holds divine i

through the west, is spending a few days Manager J. A. McDonald, of the Flori- service this week at .Fort
Mrs. James T. Sanders, of Miami, is being made by the Record p'ant. Sample Pierce Wednesday ,,
f. now on a visit to her husband's parents, with friends in Ormond. copies of this interesting number can be da Eas Coast Hotel company, at West evening at 7:30: ; Jupiter, Friday at 10

Indianola her little Little Miss Irvinton Palm Beach, has closed up his books for a. m, and 7.30 p. m. also Sunday, 93Uii
at accompanied by Parker gave a par- obtained from The Record Co, St. Augustine ; ,
: and finds that
the ending May ,
son, who is in very poor health! in hopes ty Saturday afternoon in honor of her ; price 10 genusGARDNER'S: year Eden-Tibbals, at 10:30: a. m., and Wave.
the paid out alone
l the change will be beneficial. cousin, Edna Lowd, who spent last week company wages : land-Jensen at 3:30 p. m.
t $3j9, OO during the )'ear. This is an average -.
with her. All the little ones of the
Mrs. J. B. Screven and two daughtershave SPECIALS. : of $I,%) a day for each working
neighborhood were present and enjoyed Highly Creditable Examination.
f pone to Osteen for a visit, prepara- a happy afternoon. E. & W.: Collars\ lUc ; Cuffs: 30e.: day in the year. Wages, of course, was

tory to Dr. Screven's removal to Miami 15c. & l:!]c. Fancy Ginghams, lOc. only one item of the tremendous expensesof !: Mail Clerk J. A. Collins who runs on

, about the first of the coming month. We \ off on Summer Dress Patterns. this big hotel company, and its total the Sanford-Titnsville route, passed a

: regret very much to have them leave u?. WHITE CITY. Express Wagons worth $1.5, for $1.23.; expenditures were doubtless well up in most creditable examination recently be-

Mr. C. Richardson was in Fort Pierce Bring this "ad." It's worth lOe. on the neighborhood of the $1,000,000 mark. fore Chief Clerk Beaver, of the railway
Dr. Sol lace
Mitchell the eminent
physician the other day on business. any $1 00 cash purchase. mail service. Out of 1164 postotlice cards

the, southbound of Jacksonville train, was Wednesday a passengeron for Quite an enjoyable time was had at the CIIAS. A. l .um\El:, Titusville, Fla. Buy Cleaned Beggar Weed Seed he handled 1157; correctly 7 incorrectdidnot ;

club dance last Saturday night.A from Headquarters, Jno. A. Germond, miss a question on rules and regulations -
Miami where he is called --- --- --- -
to give expert
Edgar Putnam Co. Fla. and completed the examination in
r testimony for the state of Florida in the number of friends took dinner with Change of Headquarters. 41 minutes, passing with a percentage of t
Williams trial. Ii Mr. and Mrs. Dutton last
Sunday. 99.39. The his
rapidity of work and few
The announcement is made that the A treat Injustice to Florida.The .
We hear that one of our most popular i. Mr. parr Jennings, of Tibbals, i is still headquarters of the Indian Uixer and mistakes made on cards places him at the

# young men lute decided that he is tired of digging and shipping potatoes from this Lake Worth Pineapple' Growers': association article )published below, taken top rank of railway mail clerks.

life and within next two from the Baltimore News of May 12th, ,
.a single the or place. of w Inch E. P. Porcher, of Cocoa, -- -- -

three weeks expects to wed a prominent Mr. W. R. Hardee, of Jensen, was over i is general manager, will be. transferredfrom shows that the West India pineapple Honors to a Titnsville Hoy.
i lady in a certain town in South season has just: opened in that city, and
here one day last week looking after his Cocoa to Jacksonville about the ht From the Derby (Conn ) Evening Sen-
Florida. They will make Titnsville their that the first cargo has arrived. The
interests. of J nne. tuiel. we learn that Mr. Trez. B. Wilson
home. manner in which they are sold will be
Miss Alma Fransen drove It H stated that since thi association was recently presented with handsome
over to An- made manifest the label attached to a
V Rev. C. A. Fulwood, D. D, of St. Au kona Saturday, hnd brought Miss Thax- was first organized it has lost a lower percentage the crates which by i is on in the silver-plated bugle by the C. B. Wo K>ter
put open
gustine', will hold quarterly meeting services ton here for a brief visit. of fruit shipped: by it than any market in sight of bod division of the I' 1:. K. of P., ail token of
plain v.,
every saysa
at the Methodist church on next other a association, company or !person in his work for them for the past three
Mr. Bell, our county commissioner is corrtslnnde11t in the Tinw:-r nion and
Sunday, the morning service I'eginning at Florida. Uf course this happy result: i fs month, in which he has given
home for a month and is glad to be ableto Citizen This label leads: "Selected Florida capacity
t 11 a. m., and followed by the administration largely; due also:: to the good :growing and excellent satisfaction. In a letter to ha
\ The attend to home fixing up a little. careful of the members of the I Pineapples, Packed l.y I Kirwan &
of the Supper. evening packing as father here, Mr. Wilson says that he will
I Schall Fruit
! service will begin at 7:45 p. m. Every Mr. Fred Christiansen drove to Fort sociation. Company. blow taps at the memorial decoration
The schooner Brother. Cant. Kelly, .J
.' one is invited to attend these services. A.M. Pierce Saturday with his mother, who -- services in Connecticut today, the :23rd,
with f
arrived in Baltimore late last night
Daiger, pastor. took the train from that place to Jacksonville Favored One Primary Onl)". the first t rargoof pineapples of the eason. and also next Friday" the "Oth, which is ,_
to visit her daughter rs. Olesen. t the regular decoration day the north.
:' The teachers of our public school did The l't'nsacolXt.w' She loaded ",OI.J' () tlo1.c1of the apples at I f
---- --- very argues -
t; not lose any time after the close of the Eleutiiena, Bahama, and started for t
Ralston Pankake Flour, lOcents a I that the primary registration provided j I New Candidate For
in returning to their with the nine days She Comptroller.
term last Friday port cargo ago.
package at Carroll's. for in the call of the State Democratic
homes. Miss Bessie Urisard and Miss I Executive committee is purely a party left several other vessel taking on cargo i I We received a call Monday from two ,

left Saturday for Winchester I which will be delivered in Baltimore. I citizens of Hau.iltuu '
Lula.Waldrrp prominent
Overreached It l'Ir. i affair. and is rightfully governed by the I I
Tenn., and North Carolina, respectively : party organization. Certain individuals Capt. Kelly said today that the crop, county, who arrived Sunday afternoon

and Miss Jennie C. Miller has The tate Democratic Executive corn- ,!I and papers now lay great stress upon in his opinion, would not greatly exceed a tour down the east coast, Mr. I. J. Mc-

: returned to her home in Melbourne. mittee is coming in for much adverse 'I tracking the stale primary election law to that of former years. The pineapples are 'all, clerk of the circuit court of Hamilton -

e ---- ---- criticism for its action assuming;: !i}|I i the letter, and claim that it will nullify larger, however, than they have been I i and Mr. J. M. Caldwell, editor and

j Sure Death to Roaches, nonpoisonous to dictate how political affairs pertaining !]I the election if such course i? not followed during; recent years. I i publisher of the .Ia*}>tT New, ami president I
Carroll's. to counties shall\ be conducted, instead of j be The entire cargo showed evidence of! of the Florida state Press association -
_ 25c. at ( If that the case, why werethey I !
j I' confining its instructions to state matters; nut fo particular in the past? We having been pulled early for all of the who were here in the interest of

\ BAY TONY rust SALE. I and also for its barring a certain class of can cite numerous instance whore the fruit wa still green when it reached jiort. I the candidacy of Mr. Mct'all tor coinp-

f Sound and kind; no tricks; splendid our citizens from taking; part in the primary 'I i law in force prior to the last H'* ?II of the :Schooners :and: steamers will continue to I tioller of state. They met all the prominent
elections because they failed to vote i arrive until the crop pineapples is ex- this
1oliticiauof !; and it id
l''ton. ,
-\. disregarded I
i pet for a boy. Address G. W. : I i legislature ; many coun- I
, Care STAR Oilice.Politieal 1 the straight Democratic ticket, national, i i iI '| tie required a majority: vote to nominate, taau h'll. I j stated that Mr. McCall is receiving i the
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s, I state and county. contention is made, whereas the law required only a plurality, j promised support of a host of able pohti-

II Announcements. I and truly in the first instance, that connj !:i j and the law relating to registration: was Teachers" Kxamiiiatioii.: ; : oal fritmiall over Florida. We should

I. j ties should be permitted, as heretofore, to !!\!. heeded in very few instances. The Min The regular June examination for Ure-I say that Mr. McCall is eminently n'tuM

I The reader will find several new announcements manage affairs as the voters of each deem : favored Ole primary only to be held in vard county will be held in the public j. for the above [po Mtion, and lie i is alsuI :

i for county office in our announcement I best. And, in the second, that some of the latter part of August, so that voters school building; at Titusville beginning; i I i vouched for to many new acquaintance .

1 column this week, and thereare |rur best people erred in not voting; for could be legally registered, and we believe Tuesday, June ::5rd: Mr.." !! by Mr. Caldwell, who is prominently an,i

,. more to come. Thus far there are 1: Bryan, but they should be encouraged to I I such: would have given more general R. E. )1 HIS, Sup'L I'[: well known in every county in the stmt -.

!' only two contestants for representative, I| return to t I' ) instead of being; driven ;': satisfaction; hut i when the committee | We wish him 8UC\" From here they

! two for tax collector, three for treasurer, I. away from it.r e do not hesitate to adopted the majority rule, and called the nu: PLACE FOR :SALK. j! visit Cocoa and Itockletlge): Fort Pietuj

: and two for prosecuting attorney. )rl'.**r*. say that the state committee overreached fust primary to take place: before the registration Located at Banyan, on Merritts Inland, I and Miami, expecting to retuiii north to-
Wade Jones and W. II. McFarland are itself and that a reckoning will come. It : mono
; i books could !ht' legally opened, 700) feet front cm Indian and Banana rh'-I'
%i before the people for the legislature i ; \ is certain that such course will not tend to I 1! we had little idea that an}one would op- j ers. 11 10-100 acres in all; ten acres improved i I

: 4: Messrs. E. W. Hall and P. McMillan 'strengthen the primary system of nomi- ,;i: pose an honestly conducted party regis- !' \ ; 700) citrus trees, grapefruit{ oranges i; FOU SALE: CIIKAP FOU CASH. V
''i' for tax collector Messrs. J. II. with the people.-Leesburg! Com- i. all varieties l lemon, limes 400 About Sa acres of good high land oi
: are out ; :; nating 1 tration It is but just that those who I Ii ; ; i I the side of the Tm-51118 .
| eat or ocean .It'
:' '- Wynn and F. H. Boye and John Henry ;,i mercSal.! ,I i i will be entitled to vote at the November gtuvas; 14,000 pine; grapes, banana, I at the Narrows, described as f.o(f {tut 'leg
' I I' Lat
will contest for the treasurer's office; and I 1. election should be allowed to participate mangoes, Avocado pears. : crop was No. 3, secttni5: also lot N
Frost FOR ..\Lt;. 75 boxes guava :30+) boxes oranges, I 135; : -nt im\ '
Messrs. F. J. Webb and G. A. are !
in the primary under certain ,conditions I crate pine 150; crates w'etatwin. I i:6 i ; in township :31 south, r'oi t j I'"t .
: perfectly willing to serve as prosecuting 1 A first-class one-horse Woods Mowing and we trust that the Ahu-hua county !I ter "s '"'"i.range, I' WW thVlu. :| This 1'iiiii: i is unimproved |jli( -J! '

i attorney. The county commissioners thus Machine, second-hand, in perfect" order. committee will abide by tin rule of the room crop bo-pr t:! e'; ; :> >.*** l \\'
!t far announced (Messrs. J. C. ,Jones andJ. 1 Will besoldlow.lpplyatTue S'j* ue. state committee.-Gainesville l Sun. well "u, v' x-Vrfr -..' *..;.jlehonsellrf: i\ F'/ 11''- ,

i R. Miot have opposition as lrfDUAY1XG. Ii arr'r'i'Of4's ;: re.0 Brocks
) no yet J ire h01ectI,0 ? 'J YOUI'I' .
it'Sh ., Hlet'} ---- r'1'
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Woolen }
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!y neither has our friend Ljj. -ER under. c-
'l\QiTE twn s
: r -18 i
i 1'1d t.tfl'e ( MIA.NU MOTOU WOKKf
i' ., for the tax a& S80rship, and Mr. J. E. All fhUls of hauling and cV",*" i I' tcsindidu wil:- ,. I natural gl t'Qt uve ) k.' v, Y al. ,
[ Fultz is the only member announced for tended ripromptly. I meet a ''lltinst opportunih'a e fkeeP. If/- .want f ge 19 to.tU Marine and Stationary C gas Engi\< -,
( klrr ;or; lS F. l ; Jt 1.,t finely I Jjjiarar'ved. Agency, Rosvland FJon-"? '
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t f smaus TOLD .IN WISHINGION few days 'ago Champ Clark'' almost I companion: I
Eczema: Psoriasis Salt 'J
". took ,the breath. away from, his colleagues "Well 1 ,suppose if Cushman was .
l'7" .
: : J in the house: y s3intefing'in- here he would object, to the umpire :.

'He,.. ,Knewmow' t.$ .Mind nu,Own. Builnesi' to the chamber arrayed In a dove colored running this game" .. Rheum Tetter and AcneBelong i

.. Better Than the Pregldent.8pecial. frock suit exactly like those worn Later, in the presence of a party of ,

.rcesponden<*'of The Florida Star. b/ the male portion of the sextet in his colleagues in the cloakroom of the I. to that class of inflammatory and disfiguring skin eruptions that '

Washington, May 20.-Tbere is em- "Florodora. house the congressman from the Pacific cause more genuine bodily discomfort and worry than all other known

ployed' on the White Ho se grounds "Tell me. pretty maiden," hummed slope was told of the speaker's remark diseases. The impurities or sediments which collect in the system becauseof

y an ancient gardener who. believes 'Representative WaiL vui'th of New at the ball game. poor digestion, inactive Kidneys and other organs of elimination are

j. attending to his in York, "are there more at home like "Oh. I remember once," observed taken up by the blood, saturating the system with acid poisons and fluids

; bothering about own the business and not your Cushman nonchalantly as he blew outa that ooze out through the glands and pores of the skin, producing an indescribable
.r affairs of the
or nation .It'is said that Representative O. H. wreath of cigar smoke, "seeing a itching and burning, and a i can cheerfully endorse your s.s.s.
any other
irrelevant matters. the yellow, Watery discharge forms as a cure for Eczema. I was troubled
There, maybe changes; in the executive P. Belmont of New York will as soon baseball umpire mobbed. He thought into crusts and sores or little brown with it for 25 years and tried inany

office and in as the atmospheric conditions are just he was running: the game but beforeit and white scabs that remedies with no good effects,but after
the drop off.lea\1ng
but they do using a few bottles of S. S.s.was entire-
not interest him. He goes on with his right appear in a costume that will was ended be found that instead of the skin tender and raw The effect ly relieved. Wm. Campbell, .

digging and pruning just the startle Washington. Some of his close running the game he was running of the poison may cause the skin to 313 W. Central St., Wichita, Kan :

The other day the old same. friends have seen it, but he has not yet from the game." crack and bleed, or give it a scaly, fishy appearance; again the eruptions may :

work man was at deigned to spring it on the waiting Mr. Cushman arose and left the consist of innumerable blackheads and pimples or hard, red bumps upon ,

t: among the roses in the south world. It consists of an immaculate cloakroom without elaborating on the the face. Purification of the blood is the only remedy for these vicious skin .

diseases. Washes and powders can only hide for a time the glaring 1
white flannel suit, with a gorgeous moral of his comparison between the
} blemishes. S. S. S. eradicates all poisonous accumulations I
,f a r Sowing necktie and a Panama hat, the speaker of the house and the baseball
I antidotes the Uric and other acids, and

shape of the latter being somethingabout umpire. .SAMUEL HUBBARD. restores the blood to its wonted purity,and stimulates i {?I

1> midway between the sombreroand They Like Dancing.- and revitalizes the sluggish organs, and the impurities !

the fedora. It is intimated that it pass off through the natural channels and .
Porto Rican native is very much ,
!'rii will be the coolest and most airy outfit given to dancing. Both men and women relieve the skin. S. S. S. is the only guaranteed purely vegetable blood j

--- that ever came down Pennsylvaniaavenue have a natural love for the ball. purifier. It contains no Arsenic, Potash or other harmful mineral. 'I

-- and that the temperature of room. Write us about your else and our physicians will advise without charge.
We have a handsomely illustrated book on skin diseases, which will be sent Mt#
the capital will drop at least 20 degrees -
4' Its first Speed of the Eagle. free to all who wish it. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta, Ga. C
\ upon appearance. There Is some doubt as to the tight ,
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of the eagle being as rapid as many

Chairman Proctor of the civil service would make it, but it is yet known that S. W. CARROLL

commission is from ,Kentucky, and the swiftest hare bas no chance with it ,

, Commissioner Foulke is in regard to speed. '
*. A.
I and
L tl from Indiana. They are t Staple Fancy GROCERIES

Why Early May. ---- -
excellent friends, but take The time that hints the coming leaf -

He great delight in "rigging" When buds are dropping chaff and scale. flay, Grain, Fresh Fruits and Vegetables.

Looked each other about the And wafted from the.greening vale Tin, Glass and Cro,'leery '"'are, I TitusvlUe, Florida.We .
Are pungent odors, keen as grief. solicit your patronage. Mail orders promptly attended to. f tJ
That Wickedness of .the two ,
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Now shad bush wears a robe of white
states, Mr. Foster insist
Y ,t (' Way ing that Indiana is beyond While And orchards willows hint drop a their leafy veils screen of green I

'1 ..)- Above the limpid waters: bright. j
I'' I Il redemption, while Base Ball Goods.

Mr. Foulke asserts that Kentucky is New songsters come with every morn.

unspeakable. In a tilt the other day And whippoorwlll Is overdue.
While spicebush gold is coined anew
the Kentucky man rather got the bet Before her tardy leaves are born.

i ter of his Indiana colleague Balls Bats Masks Gloves Shoes and Uniforms .1
The cowslip now with radiant raja ,
"I was on a.railroad train once, said ,
hit'I Makes mimic sunshine In the shade. 1V

Chairman Proctor to Commissioner Anemone is not afraid. Trade supplied at Manufacturers Prices. Send foi 1902 Catalogue.
i Foulke, "and two One Although she trembles in her place.
men got on.
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was from Kentucky: and one from In- Now adder's tongue new gilds the mold. The H. & W. B DREW COMPANY,
"I GUESS I KNOW MY OWN BUSINESS. The ferns unroll their woolly coils, .
diana. The Indiana man sat down in And her toils Agents for A. U. SPAULDIXG & BKOS.
grounds of the mansion, when he was
the same seat with the Kentucky man.
Where maple trees their fringe unfold.
approached by a somewhat brisk and Hoping to start a conversation, the In- J'ao1 au.villo,! Fla. ,
The goldfinch dons his summer coat
sprightly individual wearing eyeglasses ="'' '
diana said to the -- -- - ----- --- - ---- --
man Kentucky man,
The wild bee drones her mellow bass,
who challenged his judgment in 'I guess you are from Indiana, ain't And butterflies of hardy race .

the matter ,of pruning rosebushes. you?' In genial sunshine bask and float. ATLANTIC, VALDOSTA & WESTERN R'Y

"My good fellow" said the intruder 'Not. !by a darn sight,' answered the The Artist now Is sketching In

'dou't you know you are cutting off Kentuckian. 'I'm sick today, and that's The outlines of his broad designSo "DIVIU FLYER; UOITE," -

too much of that rose? Running roses the reason I lookso..' Till June fast to and deepen summer line days on line begin., :DOUBLE n DAJLY SERVICE

should never !be trimmed so much as --- --

the other kind." Senator Platt of Connecticut and Soon will Shadow pitch her tent Xu.2. !\o,4. Stations !\o, 3. So. 1
Beneath the trees in grove and field i
The professor of the shears regardedthe Senator Teller of Colorado were in the And all the wounds of life be healed 7121 1 IU 8 00 P ________-- Jacksonville Ar-------- 7 50 a m 8 30 pm

interloper scornfully. lobby discussing the opening of certain By orchard bloom and lilac scent. 10'55 a III 11 15 P __________ Valdosta Lv---------- 4 3,1 a m 5 00 pm1
," he said, with austerity -John Burroughs in May: Scilbner's Magazine 10 11 III 35. a lllhun\r Macon Lv_-___--___ 55 p III 1125 am 1 1.
"Young man Indian lands to settlement, concerningthe 7.45 P lU 725 a __________ Atlanta Lv------- 8 30 P m 750 am
"I don't know where you got 'ourJEamln' value of which they radically dis 1:00 a m lOOp Dln\r Chattanooga Lv---------- 3 00 P D1 305 am
but I guess I know my own Deafness Cannot Be Cured 6 -10 a m 65.) II lU\r Nashville Lv__________ 930 a III II 30 pm
agreed. By local applications,as they business a good deal better than you "Did you ever see these lands which diseased portion of the ear. There is only one 7:2-1 p III 652 a --________: 81. Louis __________ 15 p m 836 am
mind it way to cure deafness, and that is by 'on"titu
do, and 1 know how to the government proposes to buy?" ask tional remedies. Deafness is caused by an inflamed 1050 a ______--__ Chicago Lv__________ 6 10 p m
The intruder turned away, with a ed Senator Teller. condition of the mucous lining of the
to be President eustachian tube. When this tube ts inflamed 12 40 P Dl 2 30 a iii----------r Louisville Lv---------- 3 00 a m 2 35 pm1
chuckle. lie happened g.
"No. said Senator Platt. you have a rumbling sound imperfect hearing 15 p m 7 20 a DInu\r Cincinnati Lv___-_____11 1:5 P m 1105 am ,
Roosevelt.In "Have you ever been west?" persisted and when it is entirely closed deafness is 9 15 a ni------- \r _Chicago Lv---------- 7 00 P m

Senator Teller. the result,and unless the inflammation can betaken ----- -- 7
the springtime, when the young out and this tube restored to its normal No. 4-Dixie Flyer-carries Pullman Drawing Room Buffet Sleeping Cars, Jacksonville l
man's is supposed to lightly turn Mr. Platt's answer was not very pos- condition, hearing will be destroyed forever; to St. Louis and Jacksonville to Chicago without change, making direct connection at Nashville -
fancy itive. He had been west, he said- nine cases out of ten are caused by catarrh with sleeping cars for Louisville, Cincinnati and Chicago. Only stops at following A.,
/'.' in a certain direction, the which is nothing but an inflamed condition of '". & W.' stations: Crawford Baxter and Fargo Through coaches between Jacksonville and
A -- "that is he added
of the
.- of "part way the mucous surfaces.We Macon.
thoughts some congressmen
west." will give One Hundred Dollars for anywise No. 2-Day Express-stops at all .\.. V. A W. local .tatiou Makes direct cOInection3for
Some seem to be especially "You remind said Teller "of of deafness (caused by catarrh) that cannot all mints west and Ixitli. via'Cordele: : and )I<1l"ou.
directed toward I me I be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for Connections: : made at Jacksonville\ w ith nortblxHind trains of the S. A. L. and F. E. C.'
Vivid I the woman who Ih'edln Portland.. Me. circulars, free. railways.
fancy waistcoats and Some one asked her if she had ever F. J. CHEXEV & (''0.,Toledo, O. E. II. BARNES. S. D.l'H'KETr.
WaistCoats- other articles of attractive ?' 'Sold by druggists ..oc.Hall's ItCIl. Supt. Gen 1'aan. Agt
traveled west. 'Oh yes,' she promptly Family 1'ilU are the best. -
answered; have been to Boston' :2
The other day there Steer TroU at a 2-4 Galt

t! <$> passed through one of Edward Holder, the well known Indian FOR -
Like many another member of con
the capitol corridors together; Representative animal trainer, has several steersIn
I RichmondVashington
Speaker Henderson BaltimorePhiladelphia
Shattuc of Ohio Senator I gress. enjoys see- training; for one of the big circuses,
ing a game of !ball and is Boston Atlanta
A says a dispatch from Itichtuond, Ind.,
and SenatorHarris C'--
McComas of Maryland
..4 sl .;v.'le
sometimes among the to the New York World. One of these, Chattanooga Louisville
of Kansas. In the matter The Cincinnati
spectators in the grandstand a year old was put in hopples and on a St. Louis Kansas CityPittsburg
waistcoats Solomon in all his glory ,
I Speaker on the Washington race track paced an eighth of a mile in ClevelandChicago
was not to be compared with 1 this trio. !
18 seconds iill: gait. etc.
: And; theBaseball Held. While witnessing a a ,
red McComas
Shattuc wore a vest
game the other day he
white one. and Harris' form was encircled i ilinu-nuss is a condition charurtfrizttlhv

with a vest of blue. The three : Umpire observed that the umpiremade a disturbance i of the < :1'li\e oitfui?. heSOUTtl

statesmen looked like a suction of the I a decision upon a The stomach is debilitated, the Invr tlphI \r-
1 close point in the play the bowels:: constipated. There is a
American flag. loathing of foo>l, pains in the bowel.Ji/-
which caused much dissatisfaction. To
Senator Harris' vest is a work of art. i zines, coated tongue and vomiting, first
It is light azure: in color and as dainty : the objectors the umpire shouted as of the undtee-iteil i food I and then of idle. [ N AllIVAY!

, Shat one having authority, "Play hall!"' and Chamberlain'*" Stomach and I l.iv 'Tablt t-
abed of heliotrope.
the game went on. Recalling a certain allay the di-turhances of the stomach and
tile unquestionably! )possesses the largest -: incident which lately occurred in the create a healthy appetite. They also tone ROUTE OF THE CELEBRATED TRAINS :
and shy\viest collection of vestsof I up the liver to a healthy action and regu-

any man in congress since the retirement : late the bowels. Tr\ them and you aie The Southern's Palm Limited
of Senator Wolcott whose I certain to be much please) witlt'titl' teHilt.
I ( + For sale by XVil-on l ot Son.bleulieim The
Washington Richmond
in number, were I 1; and
waistcoats many t J ---- ---- - -
of The major I ,, ." Q.K4t I'alace. Florida Limited
marvels gorgeousness.; 'r'i f./rr. '%
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it:, however a close second to the former \.\ ':, ,...-:. :.... .....11, ,... .. m by The New Yorl and
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Colorado senator. His favoritecolor ".....,; ''':'.k.;n',; .. :;11 .
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is red though in the course of a ; iI\'t04-t.r\\,. 11101 EAST.
I the dajs of Queen Anne. la: tb-

week or ten days he will display about Q/j' q grounds are a triumphal arch and a The Chicago and Florida
all the colors of the I'ainboThe other ; Vt : column 130 feet high, with n statue u:

day he wore a white linen jest with : I I Mar'boruUL'h!' oil the top. The n.- The Florida LimitedTO

what he termed "a watered appearance u 'Y1 t ; von i uilkvnt park surrounding the place
ill parenthesis." He proudly exhibited : : o I comprises :-..00 acres.,
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it to his colleagues aud announced II What Thin Folks Need

that lie was wearing it because : I 1 1- a :greater JUwt'1't di;:eatitn.i: I ajsi Pullman Sleeping Car Line Jacksonville to Cincinnati, via

he intended making a speech on : Gr i iiilating food.! For them Dr. Kill'sX' Asheville, through "The Land of the Sky. "

industrial conditions during the day. I -,\' Life Pills work wonder Tlec,: tit:'iaiul Through trains via The Southern Railway are operated in

"You'd better take it off.warm1 : I I.II regulate the tlgestive ur,;anent:vej connection with the Plant System and Florida East Coast Railway '

Littauer of New for I I I : el all poisons tram the sy-tem, etrii'I ii Pullman Sleeping Cars aud Hotel Dining Cars on all throu*utrains. JJ. t*
Representative the blond, improve appetite, make heal.thv I. v "is '
Somebody will make a point of ord I flesh. Only 25c. at J. 1'. Mre\tn's. Il'gv.;
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against that vest as not being germane. -; Ask for Tickets via Southern Railway! Correspondence SoIIr,, jj 1\1\ .\

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India was in possession of a steel .. . \' s' of
vest habit has a I
That the colored . V' : ttit 't.
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evinced in lecrct once which is lost now. This --"arro'\ art, JAcksonville, !
hold on congress is I Nr : il
tt strong /r 1 1itt{ ttrlr was the Inlaying with gold of steel >w'a ,t\\o'l d' .YOU
the staid aud dignified r. Rt 'II f
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