Group Title: Florida star (Titusville, FL)
Title: The Florida star
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Title: The Florida star
Uniform Title: Florida Star
Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Star
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: S.W. Harmon
Place of Publication: Titusville ; Cocoa, Fla.
Titusville Fla
Publication Date: November 15, 1901
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
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).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00075901
Volume ID: VID00600
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 34175599
alephbibnum - 002071719
lccn - sn 96027111
lccn - sn 96027111
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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Special Coriespondeoce of The Florida Star.G1IICAOUI1''OV sung to music it and t
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on tie tip of Cape.C : pilgrim the'Austrian : .
i i tit -of'the:biggest fathers: 'rrmeto, anchor a full .. 0'I I % '! V always has been the best. Tweatyfive .
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4 fights"against :cprporatlons jn the history ,month before'they |anded O'Q Plymotftti! of. Kansas, convict fisral exceeded year earnings thf:. cost ::: % ,e five years of guaranteeing ,FolcysHoney

f ,of. ibtfjjounlry hS- Just' been won rock,>the United St; tesxoastAnd: geo# .'of their' ? I "-- V j* ,#4 and Tar, because it was a
keep bI'&J.OOU. :
., by;the,Tess: tees'federation of tffi g dTot'Jworomen : deticsnrvey' 'with,. tbe-ed-dperation'bf fot'yement I ,f_ ; sure remedy,has brought its reward 11
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on foot In Nortb,Carolinaprompted / j
i r Mjss! Margaret Haley theJHarvard: observatory' lustcomPIeted ; by the tobacco dealers : in large sales and many friends.
a series observation,,by .y
andliiss. .Catherind Crogfntt7fc ers tn' ? tfftr to a'status' its still the same teed. *
\. oJ", >'( \ ICitihi fongitude-pf the historic oldtown erect ot Sir Walter'RaJelghIn ,; / wzNt guara

1. t<. .. V the.'.Chicago; schools, the cr dICfor.the' usf known approximately toy nearly, : Raleigh. CoMecticn! boxes are to be I / a r't cure-or-money-back remedy.

.f:.= .:: etoiy'Slarglp.due... .... >"', 300: years' has been ,determined with placed In stores* where- tOtlll'CO.JS stile..?, .. L It will cure all coughs and colds,

: fTh'e/supretae: court.of Illinois has decided 'scientific (> ctness. A' temporary""'ob- The paging of sweet corn In Maine I jvS.. croup and whooping cough, la

$jat;:the..siaie'boud.: o t.equa1xia.:. seryatory.oa' the town.hill.of: : ('Provfncetown ,has .grown rapidly!! In- the. :, last few > vp &co, grippe and bronchitis. It will

tiori triiilt q ":assess.4 .for. taxation the stocks. ">was connected bit telegraph with years, until"now only New York and .t : ; t0t ,ttt_ relieve even the asthma worst cases and ,consumption and will prevent .

t.; bonds'I' :and.'franchises'of; :''corporations: the observatory nt-atCambridge.-and. Illinois; exceed Maine,, ,tbenumb% r.of t pneumonia. It's guaranteed.

l' The\ cOurt; ',bas.Cnrtherdeslde&thatthe: er a series' of. simultaneous' observations cans put up. Last year about 22.0 at both ends of the line the site 000 cans were produced.BRITON .
a board. -review can be compelled to For cuts, bruises or sores
:i' } reconvene ':.afte?, '"adjournment tp, ,pet-' of the little observatory was definitely / t '1 BANNER SALVE is best.

11 e 1O :ID\ai, ;duty which, "treated 'uponxit;. .,,beforVadJburnment .. :-, connected withrwhai; Is.c lled.the- lon.. AND,. BOER.- .
;Ii .- *'_, : ' gitude net of the.;United States.
The importance of this decision! will The net was developed by the United I General Buller may console himself B. K. WILSON & SON. '

States survey Immediately'after the invention with 'the reflection that be didn't
i be seen from, 'the statement of a high have .
lty',official'that'It' will add Immediately of the telegraph made such an much of a reputation to lose anyway.- ,

6) :;: to the.valuation.of 'taxable property undertaking possible although it was Detroit Tribune.

tf In the 'state 23oXb,000; an '\\w1Il 'Increase ' not until the' Atlantic cable was laid Even Mr. ,Punch of London is turn. Florida East Coast Ry.

) the revenues of the city of_ Chicago that the present degree of accuracy, Lug up his nose at the British war

11 by '$2CJ90Q9q: The revenuffisjpf; : ;the'etate.will' could be assured. The difference In longitude MBce, and Punch Is generally reckoned

$f.(>AOOOO.The. between "Greenwich, the zero or a pretty trustworthy sort of a weather- Time Table No. 35. la Effect Sept. 1, 1901.

c' .ceeision,also opens the 'way, It?is: con- sfprtbig poinl of all longitudinal measurement1 "Ock.-BostOlJ Herald. ,
BOUND (Read .
Down.* (Read Up) NORTH BOUND.ti
tended'by' thosejwho won the right; for .and Harvard observatory the' The prvsentstate of affairs in South -

j legal proceedings to collect.. back taxes original station in the United States, Is Africa is .enough, to make, the British JNO.11 Daily Daily A0.3J N Daily o.5 STATIONS Daily No.78 Mo.Daily**Nalli Dallyex.Mi t' 1
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!'!- for twenty-five years on.'sto'CIa'. ;and measured,either in hours minutes and public feel that it got gold bricked W ex.Su >

franchises.The seconds of time' orrln degrees, minutes when It made "Bobs" a present' of i W ......, 5 OOp5o8p lUOOa Lv........ Jacksonville ...... Ar Sup via ...... W
' ,. seconds1of pia 100& ........So Jack-onville..Lv 652p 85a ......
,depleted condition, . of. the. sctioolfunds . and space. The two are 500,000 for whipping the Boers.-A- jpg .....' filSp46p HIM; ........ Sr.Augustine .... ... 5 750&716a' .. .. H
C of the city" .eras what 'started' the equivalent The exact astronomicaltime lanta Journal. ...... IHTa ......... Hastings ......:... 511 ..,... x: TONA trW i
\ read at both A fcHSSS ..... 700p734p 1203p12S4j .........East Palatka..........:. 45bp 7 Wa ......
struggle! to compel the corporations to being simultaneously :..... > ........... Neoga .......... .. .1419p ... Q :
pay more taxes. The Teachers' federation stations from the same time stars; so Seymour Webb, Moira, N. Y. writes: ...... if'P84Up 13;2? ...........Bunnells...... .... 407p 625a........ TONAWILL >
4'1 called the to show the T iiad he.'u troubled with ..... 752p 1.'Sap ............. Dupont............ 4 OOp ....... t
telegraph kidneys .
had engineered a successful movement serves my 3S |f ...... IJ 2'-'p' 125p ...........Ormond.......,.... 338? 5'" .. WILL Q
to have teachers' salaries raised. difference In time and consequently the Tor twen'yfiveear* sy d had tried several ..... s3Op 13'p ...........Daytona... ....... 32'p 5d9a.. :... H
Ii difference In distance. physician" last mvivrd no relief until ....... 14p .........Port Orange :.......: 312p 6 Ala .. ... -
After the increase had,been granted it gS 53% fiOOp 207p230i .........New Smyrna ..... 2 5 tp SOua I
'Was found that there funds From the Harvard station as a start- I[ bought a b''ttleof Foley'- Kidney' rurt : : 563a630a ...... ............OakHIU............ .. :00\> ...... %( p THEMONTH o
were no the United States has After uMng two bottles I \\a ab cutely Pi ...... 305p ........... Titucville........ loop ... .. !8Sp WILLREMAIN W: .
f: with which to meet it. The city had ing point survey eu\'t'ct. I earnestly r \"t'III1I1t'n.1 Foley's I ..... ...... 3 >4'".!, ** ............. cocoa ... ......... lltrp ...... ..... MONTH K .i
been In financial straits innumerable worked out the longitude of risflitoen care" Take Foley's.Vil ;; ...... ...... 34rn .....EockJedge Junction..... 11ip ...... ...... MONTHOP :: '.
other stations forming the longitudinal Ki'.ney only M ...... ...... 41 lip ..........EauQalhe....'...... 12.&dp...... ..... REMAIN o
times.,. and there had been talk of its son & Sun. RtfO"s '.... ...... 425p505p M ......... Melbourne........... u I.Sip ...... ...... .
being bankrupt. net proper and from these data the ...... ...... ." ...........feebastiaa.......... ...... ...... REMAINOPEN 525u '
longitude of nearly 200 other places in A Remembrance. .. Fa ....... ...... 553p ...........St. Lucie........... .. .............. i
.Miss Haley and Miss Goggin were a ...... ...... 6U p .......... Fort Pierce.......... ....... ..... > !
1 E- appointed ;'by the federation to investi. every part of the United States has "At least said the proud trotter,. ...... ...... 624p .. ............Tibbals....... I' ...... .-...... fG :
been established. "we will be remembered by the 'proverb gate the.sltuation. They reported after ? I ...... ...... 6 'I'm. ...........Jensen........ 1157a.... .. .. .. OPEN tzjU
f an Investigation which covered Much of this work has been done as a horse 8'n I'0 one ever heard wcbfc ,...... ...... 6.out'l ........... .btuart.......... ...... ...... b ilgl i.
many of the task of obtaining an exact of autonrnvUe Sl'lsChl(>:l O News. ...... ...... 7 : "' .......*.Hobe Sound.......... ...... ...... t-3 !.
'Weeks of> conscientious work that the part Z ...... ...... 725? ," .... .....west Jupiter. ........ "' ...' ...... "t.4.1 t.. >.
Corporations of the city were paying measurement of the circumference of -- o o M ............. 757p821p .....West Palm fcaca....... ...... ...... .... !;
1-3 .... : Boynton : 1 '
lJ dividends upon_hundreds of millions of the earth. The observations at Cape A FACT. .
Cod, for example were for the purpose 3a..
property. upon which they were paying of making Provincetown the eastern ................. } ......... .... ...... ...... ...... '
:not a cent of taxes. They had accumulated ABOUT THE "BLUES"What P4 ...... .... 10051. Ar.. ....... . . Miami......... ...Lv 6 45a . ... '. _t::
end of a great arc crossing more than
.J' a great quantity of statistics to
Uufffl t'arlor Cnr3 Trains 3o and 78
one-third of the continent the western known as the "Blues'Is
:prove the accuracy of their report.
end of which will probably be at Fenni- seldom occasioned by actual exist No|' : ,0.15 O'l No-le :so'
The.teachers then began an agitation I fiundi DailyexSu MAYPORT BRANCH. Daily Daily3.a Sao
{' to have the Intangible property of"the more. Grant county. Wis. An even ing external conditions, but I n thereat Only Only Only

; assessment greater undertaking of the same char- ? majority of 2 OOp!lOlUalOlSa 615p HiWa Lv............ Jacksoiiville. ... Ar H=.aTjIZ; .....
r corporations assessed. This cases by a disordered .. . .8o. . ......
208p240p:! 623p 838a .... . Jacksonville .. ......... / 5r.: p 1"
xvtfs permissible, or even mandatory .cter is the rvcently completed measure- LIVER.__o foOaj Gasp 910a915a .......... Pablo Beach.......r....... 706a 5U5p 11 ......
r ment of an arc stretching from the At- 245p lOSoai 7 OOp ...............Atlantic Beach.. .... 70uait 5(4p'q3n ......
: under the state law, but that law had THIS IS A FACT -. tt ],,1715... 9Mrt Ar . . . .. .. ...Mav ort. . .. Lv! >'* J LV.i113hs ......
lantic the Pacific from
oceans --
come to be regarded as a dead letter. May N. J.. to Point Arena Cal., the which may be demonstrated t\u.ou.hvv.3>'qu.ujAu.tl2'ro.41 Au.4', 1o.4 A .... ... '
.TThey! appealed to of reyl PALATKA? SCH '
the board w.f. Daily'Dailj Daily l IUtDailyDaily Dssi/y'Us!
which decided against them. work having been begun more than by trying a course of ?bOp b 35p750pl 435pI1230p 1135a1 6a5a Lv.. ..PalatkaAr V .n'l t\Itt\' 7 2wI22.'p; 15+ I s. Z p
f. They decided tp take the matter Into twenty-five years ago and having cost \ 655p 4:5p125Op,115.ia 655a_ .R f* Pal/\tk..1v e .' 7 '".,,', ) o" t 0". $1 7

the courts. A suit for a mandamus to about half a million dollars. No.57 No. SAN'" MATEO Bi.....v." 1 I'Da'iiyIW w
.. compel the state board of equalization utt's Pillsthey i 7oop ,' Lv. .. ....................... . East Palatka. .. ........... . . . Arl l II .
to assess the ,stocks bonds and franchises Soldier's Experience.M. Slop! 540a Ar..... . .... . ... .. . . San Mateo . .. ... . . . Lv 1 5 8 ,

of twenty-three corporations No. z ho.ll oltDaily
:named in' the plea was filed in the M. Austin, a civil war veteran, of JI ORANGE BRANCH.CITY (Dailyex.Su Daily ExSu SANFORD BRA C1L jDMt 'I
Winchester Ind., writes: "My wife way control and regulate the LIVER. !
;Sangamon county circuit court. Judge sick long time in spite of good doctor's 31up Lv......New Svmrna.....Ar 64Up j 05a Lv..TltusWe..t 1 t
t.. Owen P. Thompson, sitting at Springfield a They bring hope and bouyancy to the 421p ........Lake Helen........Lv 530p nt-a" .............. ){b1s..L 1Np43cp
treatment, but was wholly cured In Dr. .........OrangeCity ..... 514p 833a" .. .... ....Ostcen......... .... ire I
n heard'the case and granted thli King's New Life Pills, which worked mind. They bring health and elastic- U5pAr..OrangeCityJc.:..... 505p 855L" ...... .....Enterprise....... ..... i flit I
,'"r'. mandamus.The wonders for her health." They alwaysdo. ity to the body. 9iUt: A) .. .......... .>nnford.. Of I. I

,.J.! corporations appealed to the supreme Try them. Only 25c at Wilson"SSon's
: TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. These Time Tables show the rotes at which trains may o- eirwcteJ to arrive sad depart
t court and the opinion Just handed and J. B. iScreven's drug stoies. 3 '- from the several stations but their arrival or deiwrtn" -' he time stated is mat fu&tmt- I
?: down is the outcome. The justices teed nor does tho Company hold itself responsible for a-y delay or any eon-wiwacw arils-

J unanimously affirmed the decision of HIVE AND BEE. BEST FOR THE ing therefrom.

f" a the lower court. PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL
. What the final result of the decisioo Windbreaks in winter are beneficial.
t: V upon Illinois corporations will be cant Arrange so that no stock shall run In \ BOWELS "

not now be determined but It is evident the apiary. BETWEEN MIAMA, KEY WEST AND HAVANA.

;: that If the corporations named in Be'sure that each colony has a good If you haven't a .regular, healthy movement of the
bowels every d-j*' ;jou re ill or will be. Keep your Leave Miami Mondays and Fridays... .10 05 pm Leave Havana wedi.andSaturdays..I000am
the writ are assessable many of the fertile queen.It 00",18 .anuue well. "'o'c".III the shape of violent Arrive Key West Tues.and Saturdays 100pm Arrive Key West Weds and att.. .GQpwLeav s
i, railroad companies of the state will will not do to confine bees on esteasiest physic,orpilIpoison tJ'err..ct"u1,is il.uiKcioiii.of keeping The the smooth.bowels <> Key West Tnes. and Sundays... 73-Jpui Leave Key VTe'"t Thus and Huns ... 4 GO pa
; Clear and clean is to take Arrive Havana Wds.and Mondays.. 530am Arrive:Miami Friday Mondays .. 6 CO Mi
eventually be reached. combs of pollen.
f- CANDY For copy of local time card address any Agent.
the teachers suit
s f.? against only twenty-three of the lead. are Bees to winter must be well.kept very quiet If they CATHARTICEAT _,. I). RAHNER. Ant. Gen. Pass. Agent. ST. AUGUSTINE. FLA.

r. ins corporations there are 4.0CO corporations -
Bees may readily be wintered In a
i 1 in Cook county upon which cellar If an even temperatur3 can be I I
decision of the court be
the can easily
kept up.The I S thern
brought to bear.
cheapest and best to I
I...: The court is very severe upon theiJi way protectthe hR I
bees in winter is
state board of equalization for what it by using good i
; chaff hives. '
; C calls a palpable neglect of duty, and it I. I
R : lays down a specific rule which the Before winter sets in every colony aEIYI LIKE CANDYPleasant

_;', board must follow making future should be strong. In other words, each Palatable. Potent. Tas>teOood. Do Good
... ; hive should Never Sicken Weaken. or Gripe, 10.':i,, and 50 cents KajhaDIRLCT
of bees.
; assessments. : per box. Write for free sample and booklet on
'; .. The corporations contend that it is All colonies that are weak enough to STIULINU: REMEDY tt)3PANY tlIIfA.Oor; HEff Y.OKK.

Impossible to place a fair'market value spare room for division boards shouldbe
upon their intangible property owing united in the fall.A .
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to the fluctuations in the value of theirs

stocks and bonds. It is said that they Deep Mystery.It LINE-QUICK TIME2 TO

will appeal to the United States courts
4 is a mystery why women endure
but many attorneys declare that as no backache, headache, nervousness, sleeplessness Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia,

f k federal point is involved no such ap- melancholy, fainting and dizzy Always Fresh. Hew York, Chicago, Cincinnati

; ; peal can be taken. spells when thousands have proved that Always; the Best Louisville, Jlilanta, Birmingham

.. At any rate there can be no doubt Electric Bitters will quickly cure such t '" w. _ Chattanooga Memphis St. Louis Kansas City.
. troubles. "I suffered for with kid-
f' that the city's revenues will be greatly years
increased at once unless the lawyers ney trouble," writes Mrs.rhebe Cherley! fERRY'S" AND ALL, POINTS EAST AND WEST.
of Peterson la. "and lame back (
a pained
can find some statute under which they
to me so I could not dress myself, but Elec- .
can apply for an injunction. Not only tric Bitters wholly cured me, and, although NO OTHER LINE AFFORDS SERVICE L.IKE THIS

; will the teachers getfr their larger salaries 73 years old, I now am able to do THE
i ;fI'rC but the.important municipal* all my housework." It overcomes con A are sold everywhere. NEW YORK & FLORIDA EXPRESS

t provements which have been so long stipafion, improves appetite, gives perfect eVv 1901 Su d :airiuU five AND THE U. S. FAST MAILTo
V delayed by the emptiness of the city health. Only DOc at Wilson it Son's andJ. 0. M, CIRRI & CO., DETRCIT, MICH.

CV treasury will te.speedily consum- B. Screven's drug store. 3 the East and North.

t mated. HENRY W. MILLER. Ladies, Ilave You Seen -- - ----, THE CINCINNATI & FLORIDA LIMITEDTo

German Drug Stores. Or heard of Solid Cuevee Sliver Tableware*' the West and NorthWest.The .
1 This is the metal that is
V4' In there ; tr super-
Germany s onejphysician
seding sterling silver for spoons, knives, lurks J.W line through "The Land of the Sky," Asheville, Hot
j ; every 2,058 persons but only one drug and other tableware. It is exactly the same
,, ; ' store to every 10,303 persons. metal through and through, has no plating to Springs, N. C. Finest Summer Resort Section in the

wear .off, looks just like sterling silver is HARPERWHISKEY1 World. Through Sleeping Cars from Jacksonville to
harder and will wear longer. It costs about
Asheville and Hot North Carolina.
Pineapples. one-sixth as much. It is not for sale in stores Springs,
Pineapples, either raw or cooked, are but every lady in this vicinity can obtain a KENTUCKYfor
recommended to persons: with weak set of these Solid Cuevee Silver Teaspoons, Choice of Routes to Pan-American exposition, Buffalo, n. V.

throat. warranted to wear for twenty-five years,
'' . without paying a cent. Write for this free Throjgh Vestibuled Trains, Pullman:] Dra*'ing-room Sleeping Cars, Throejk

She Dtdn't'Wear' Mask'- : offer at once, before it is withdrawn. Quaker Coaches, Excellent Dining Car Service.
Valley Mfg. Co., Morgan and Harrison Sts..

But her beauty, was complete] hidden by Chicago.P.. S.-Cut. this notice out and return it Gentlemenwho Through Trains via the Southern Railway are Operated in Connection ..Itlthe

sores, blotches and pimples till she used with your request. This is important. cherish Plant System from Jacksonville.For .
Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Then they vanished ,nted\ Quality.

1 as will all eruptions, fever sores, o A S "X' O :n.:tAli Bates,Schedules and Information call on or address

boils its use., ulcers Infallih', carbuncl"1>";** A-.Wona. from Bern tie rf Kind You Hare Always Bought! Sr, Cla W. T. COSBY,Traveling Passenger Agent 108 W,Bay St, JACKSONVILLE,fLA.

scalds and ;' r ;tee couV >. p 1,14-#. ; \0,
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;., 1"! i;."*->'. _- '.,...? t/f-' ' -, ,.j'" i< > Progress. Mme de Mirmoat, ,the celebrated
Some Differences In Word Meaning*,Her* .?Aia Ute is foil of.worthiness, French miniature painter who,has bad,
. Obscured., by circumstance" : ,
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?:1- an There. fSpedal T But blossoininginto' glorious things' the czarina as one of/her patrons, does
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1 CorrcspondeeeofThe Florida Staf.f !*!", When once'it gets a chance.. aU her work with her left hand, her CATOR1

if . JX>XDOIT, :kv. ; ,AIii' one:of';his modE* '.1,. Th, pumpkin seems'a lowly fruit.;, right,haying.* been. rlppled., mnisat'i'$4 -. .

W/ rn' storynnagaikfcbeats thatBnitefsal.phllantiropistj Th neither fair' nor'sweet, ,Leg re f thV ,oldest '(fof. -tbej French i ,

$ ,But when it U transformed to pie; "Immortals ninety-four and Is still
; W.f T.- Stead For Infants and Children.
In faith, it can't be beat Industrious. It was he who said: "It ".
u'I h;! _
]:.l cites numerous Instances in .whicli -chicago Becord-Herald., said i Ocia
Is Qftefr: t at : condemned uUffi'

) .prayer',and absolute 'trust' .'hi: a.hignei-' _. Ratst. and, Dogi. to work; This .is 'absurd. God condemned The Kind You Have t. ___

c'' : power hare brought: supply' :deman
;. even in direst_ extremity., .There ,is at bought, you said he was splendid as ,a mitigating-(:irumstanee' ,',

,4 little, doubt that earnest prayer has: for rats. Why, he won't touch Yau 1ce/Barres; Ufe French novelist,1: Always Bought

been:answered( as that: Mr./Stead himself them.. :, has given up politics and will stick to ___

% t has atf infinite'genius for the'roaf- Dog'Dealer Well,, ain't that splendid Iiteratbr hereafter. He was the.brightest ,egebbJePreparationforAs-[ ;

:t.\f velous. I. read his story in America; i for ,rats? I j'_ of the*.young men:who:rushed] into .slmilaUng tfieI O
and remember"onof.. the Boulangist movement, and. thoughIn UngthStrnrnchs3ndBoelsbf Bears the ;
.' the cases men-: __
j: A Stirring Tao
recent he naturally! a
tioned poetics was
was: that' of the chain of Bar- I
A fellow confined in the
Nationalist managed F not to jnake
: ;
.' nardo homes :tor .poor, boyswhi'cfi Once turned most exceedingly paoL S
stretches all over the kingdom and "What is itr they cried, himself prominent Signature JJ _
And the fellow replied :Marlon Crawford the novelist works
does measureless good. Mr,! 3tea4.said Promotes Digestion.C erful- J
1 thought I had swallowed a whaoL"
these homes, taking care' as ,they ,do -Baltimore, American.? very systematically! every day. When ness andRest.Contains neither :

r! : 'of. thousands" of .destitute boys, were in New York, he has a room at his pub Op umM rphine nor Mineral. I of it'UJ
sustained altogether :by 'voluntary- Speed ComparlBons. Usher's and goes( there to write for an. NoTNAncoTIc.

'ferings, without any'kind of. tax pr del ."irm't'this, the slowest vehicle you hour every morning. That done be 1

: mand on' .the public and that 'WhI" ever rode in?" said one, cab driver to considers himself at liberty to spend .. n' _4 ...
:i the rest of the day In amusement and
Barnardo .
found himself another. ,
; .running: short J gpe IrSWTJELhlrmJI 1
of. funds he simply laid his ,case in "Not at all; once I rode in a Philadelphia generally takes a long drive or walk. Puaiflm SaJ"jtlxJenna

prayer before the e't trolley car.-Pittsburg Chronicle- I *
s universal
G. H. Hausan Lima Ohio engineer
i : &tIul SJ/s-
1E supply_ ,.and.thTunds': came with.clock- Telegraph. L. E..&_W. railway! ,_ writes:."I have been : AaueSttAAperfect lit

:4- worK regularity: response'to the ap troubled a great deal with backache. I /jppE1711 .
For All but Fools.Oh .Bi OVAZaSJ.
peaL. was induced to try Foley's Kidney Cure, ;1vmJei- _
who search find
to creed,
.Lw Now that is pretty story, but after Here you end the foolish quest.a and one bottle entirely relieved me. I .

.- : you,have been here awhile you see just This little line is all you need: gladly:recommend it to any one, especially 4wy UseFor ,

how the thing is done. A fact that the "Do what you know is best." to my friends among the train men, for -
Remedy Constipation
-chicago Record-Herald. who are usuallyeimilarly afflicted." Wilson -
t miracle writer did '
not mention
was & Son. Sour Stoin ch.Diarrhoea,, '

f: J1 that 'these homes, admirable as they Lucky, After All.SheYou're e Worms.ConvulsionsJeverish- % Over :
T: are, are, sustained by a scheme of blatant -
4!" lucky at cards! Enteric Fever. ness andLOss OF SLEEP _
: ,beggary that approaches the sub- ..
lime for :'fldmirableness. a, scheme- as He-Very. l Men over forty are practically proof Tac Simile Signature of
She-Lucky at cards, unlucky In love. '
enteric fever.
: against
;; ; : thoroughly systematized and farreach-
He-I don't believe been
it. I've rejected Years
r1: ing as the most gigantic Yankee I Thirty
: 't capitalistic three times. Cincinnati En.
tJ f.,. combination ever organized., Poison NEW YORK.EXACT .
quirer. ,.
tr r\ .On certain, days the hapless passer on oitN I

;_ f the streets every town in the United No Chance For War. I.
_ _
f '.; Kingdom 'is' waylaid, tapped,', bled- .'Alrs'fair," they say "in love and war," Poison 1v2 _ _ _

l' twenty times an hour-by, the mendicant But think of this a minute- CAS11flft

t :whine,,"H lp the pore boys in the When love holds sway by night and day,
Why, fighting isn't in it! are among the best known COPT OF WRAPPEB.
'j -C; ,.. Barnado homes. fi '-Philadelphia Bulletin. of the many dangerouswild _
3 Comely young women, scores of plants and shrubs. "!-'. / THC CCNTAUH COMPANY. NEW YORE CITY.,

: ? schoolboys, and girls-mostly girls, for Reliable and Gentle. To touch or handle them ;i _- :.:: .- ', -, '- -- -- -- '- ,- ::; : :

;;? manly boys despise ,the proceeding, "A pill's a pill," says: the saw. But quickly produces swellingand I

J 4:i which-' a credit to' them-thrust tin there are pills and pills. You want a pill inflammation with intense "

that is certain, thorough and gentle, must itching and burning a ,
of 'Cups into 'your face with the dolorous -- -------
not gripe. DeWitt's Little Early Risers of the skin. The .
eruption .
t : cry, "Help Dr. Barn: d!;}. This continues -
fill the bill. vegetable do not force
'C;_ Purely soon disappears, the sufferer -
_, year after year. I don't know but assist the bowels to act. Strengthen hopes forever; but '
i ", how the Britons 'themselves:: feel about i invigorate. Small and easy to take. almost as soon as the little blisters and r ASTHMA CURE FREE I

..< .- it, but after having been' dogged by I Wilson & Son. pustules appeared. poison had reachedthe _

'. treet "beggars" in the"name of philan- blood, and will break out at regular

thropy, for several months the Arnericaj An Answer ,to Keep a Chap Awake. intervals and each time in a more aggravated sthmalene Brings Instant Relief and Perma- '

feels as though he would like to He-You will have to go a long way form. This poison will loiter in the

snatch that obtrusive tin. cup and before you will meet any one who system for years, and every atom of, it nent Cure in All Cases.

: whack the youngster over' the head loves you more than I. must be forced out of the blood before you

with it. It may be that all this is in She-Well, I am willing to.-Life. can expect a perfect, permanent cure.SfSNalure's SET ABSOLUTELY FREE ox RECEIPT OF POSTAL-

.' -,' answer to prayer, but there is certainly ( Antidote WRITE TOOK NAME AND ADDRESS PLAINLY.CHAiffIB .
some shrewd Calculation, In that kind Ant man.
of Now is the time when bright leaves fall;
': prayer. But strange enough this is not all; There is nothing like Asthmalene:
: As ,with. the' boys', h mes, so with unnumbered The glories which fill autumn's cup Poisons, ( brings instant relief, even in the-

: other ,British charities.; You Work, somehow, to make coal go up. is the only cure for Poison Oak Poison worst cases.:It cures when all else fails-
cannot step out upon the streets of -Detroit Free Press. FOR TEN
Ivy, and all noxious plants. It is composed
, The Rev. C. F. Wells, of Villa Rilgc.
C .:- .London on/'the meanest weathered day Ills View of It. exclusively of roots and herbs. Nowis 111., says: "Yonr trial bottle of Asthmalene

:', of the year,. th%grimiest and most be- : Saymold Story-What was the on- the time to get the poison out of your -. YEAHS received in good condition. I cannot tell
fogged, that some young woman or little system, as delay makes your conditionworse. %I' you how thankful I feel for the good derived
t girl docs not.'shove that demonishtin luckiest thing that ever happened to Don't experiment longer with from it. I was a slave, chained with.
ye.? salveswashes and q putrid sore throat and asthma for ten
soaps-they never cure.
cup under your, nose with the mendicant Goodman born. years I despaired of ever being cured, It
"' Gonrong-Gittin' _Mr. S.Marshall_ ,bookkeeper of the AtlantaGa.
,wail, "Help the poor Kumfooze- saw your advertisement for the cure of"
( ) Gas Light Co., was poisoned with Poi.onOak.
lums," or whatever her particular variety Geo. A. Points, Upper Sandusky, 0., He took Sulphur Arsenic and various this dreadful and tormenting disease,asthma
: I; be. writes: "I have been using Foley's Honey other drugs, and applied externally numerous and thought you had overspoken your
: may and Tar for hoarseness and find it the lotions and salves with no benefit. At times the I selves but resolved to give it a trial. To.
{ Next to British toadyism this resolving swelling and inflammation was so severe he was my astonishment the trial acted like ft
: of half the British nation into best remedy I ever tried. It stopped the almost blind. For eight years the poison would charm. Send me a fullsized bottle."
cough immediately and relieved all sore- break out every season. His condition was much
"- '", beggars either fon themselves or for ness." Take nonebut Foley's. Wilson & improved after taking one bottle cf S. S. S., anda // : I Rabbi ofthe Cong. Bnai IsraelNew
few bottles cleared his blood of the and
poison ,
others is the worst e\'UIn the kingdom.
) :Son.: _ _ _ all evidences of the disease disappeared. York, Jan. 3, 1901.
: It tends to 'make'pocr people lazy and Drs TaCt Eros' Medicine Co.
People are often poisoned without
Not Game.
pauperism respectable and does so. Gentlemen: Your asthinalene is an excellent -
"She's not received in tha best soci- knowing when or how. Explain your case 'I remedy for asthma and hay fever-
1 Ion may have observed that in British ety, I'm told." fully to our physicians, and they will and its composition alleviates all tronblee-
l novels and wherever Britons go onI' cLeerfullfr give such information and ad- which combine with asthma. Its success is-
she cold :eet at
entre nous, gets
this globe they :apply the term "beg- ; vice as you require, without charge, and ///S ,4 astonishing and wonderful. After having
: gar" to one another or to foreigners. bridge. -Town Topics.Beamish'. we will send at the same time an interest it carefully analyzed we can state that
ing book on Blood and Skin Diseases.THE Asthmalene contains no opium. chloroform
I have been interested to note, the *. // or ether. Very truly yours
1-4' differences in the meaning of words in Old Bill is deadj That tough old goat --- -,- VERY BRINGS REV. DR. MORRIS WECHSLEB.

{ England and In the United States. If We never shall see more.
;- at breakfast you were to ask a British He used to wear a long goatee RELIEF. Avon Springs, N. Y., Feb. 1, 1901.
All hanging down before. Dr. Taft Bros. Medicine Co.
) waitress for a pitcher of cream. she -Chicago Tribune. Gentlemen: I write this testimonial from>

;; would stare at you as It you were a sense of duty, having tested the wonderful effect of your Asthmalene for the cure of a. th-
t. crazy. What Americans call a pitcher Vagaries of a Cold. ma. My wife has been afflicted with spasmodic asthma for the past 12 years. Having exhausted -
L Yon can never be quite sure where a my own skill as well as many others, I chanced to see your sign upon your windows
; English people call a jug. What we i cold is going to hit In the fall andwinter on 130th street, New York. I at once obtained a bottle Asthmalene. My wife commenced
&: call a jug they name a jar and what is it settle the bowels taking it about the first of November. I very soon noticed a radical improvement. After
jar with us is with them a crock. If may alarmednor producing using one bottle her asthma has disappeared and she is entirely free from all symptoms. I
Do be
and severe pain. not feel that I can consistently recommend the medicine to all who are afflicted with this distressing -
If you. go Into a British shoe store torment yourself with fears of
appen. I disease. Yours respectfully, O. D. I'HELPS, M. D.
c ask for a pair of rubbers, you would be dicitis. At the first sign of a cramp take

{ as one speaking a foreign tongue. Hard Perry Davis' Painkiller in warm, sweetened MOTHERHO@The Dr. Taft Bros' Medicine Co.
Gentlemen: I was troubled with asthma for 22 years. I have tried numerous remedies!
\ to believe as it is. the English habitually water and relief comes at once. but they have all failed. I ran across your advertisement and started with a trial bottle.
call rubber shoes "goloshes," which There is but one Painkiller, Perry Davis'. greatest ambition of Amer- I found relief once. I have since purchased your full-size bottle and I am ever grate

,I ': always reminds me of the play of "The 25 and 50 cents. ican men and women is to have ful. I have family of four children and for six years was unable to work. I am now in the s
best of health and am doing business every day. This testimony you can make such use of
Private Secretary. Always Opportune homes blessed with children. The as you see fit. Home address, 235 Rivington street. S. RAPHAEL,
''- In England veil such as women "Doctor when Is the best time to eat woman afflicted with female disease 67 East 129th St., New York City.

; 1> wear on their faces, Is designated as a an apple?" is constantly menaced with

"fall." sometimes a "fall net." And I "Whenever you can get hold of one." becoming a childless wife. Xo TRIAL BOTTLE SENT ABSOLUTELY FREE ON RECEIPT OF POSTAL.Do .

know now where Dickens got his name -D troit Free Press.Torments medicine
can restore dead or-
of Sairey Gamp. Here an umbrella is not delay. Write at once, addressing DR. TAFT BROS' MEDICINE CO., 'j'!) East
:. f' called a "gamp/' perhaps because that of Speech. gans, but Wine of Cardui does 130th st., New York City.SQ1d.. .

4 Is its other name. An old nurse again These two are tortures 'worse by far regulate derangements that pre- by All Drugg1sti.

I Is:: often termed Mother Gamp,, perhaps The Than mincing all that man Dante who sang-slurs his "r" vent conception ; does prevent

:i ; because she has a habit of carrying And the girl who uses slang. I miscarriage ; does restore weak

3 : a bulging umbrella; hence Sairey functions,- and nu_ _sTinttprml___n___'. tH'rt'P".. ,piiSeaboard
,. "Last winter an infant child of mine and does Air-Line
Gamp.. BEX JOYCE. bring babies to homes Railway
had croup in a violent form, says Elder barren and I
desolate for
W.-J. Shively Batesville, 0., speaking John W. Rogers, a Christian Evangelist, years.
of Mo. "I her few dosesof j Wine of Cardui gives the
of Banner Salve says: "I used it for piles Filley, gave a women CA.PITAL CITY H.OTJTE.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and ina health and
than strength to bear heal-
and it has done me more good any
salve I have ever used and I have tried a short time all danger" was past and the thy children. You can get a The Shortest Route. The Best Line. ;
child recovered. This
kinds." Wilson & Son. remedy not only [ dollar bottle of Wine
great many of Cardui ,ne
;::2 cures croup, but when given as soon as
If':.. A Certainty. the first symptoms appear, will prevent from your dealer.WINEorCAR.DUB. DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE ; one ,
the attack. It contains other -
no or
: t Brlggs-There's no use talking- a
: Including Sundays.
by tbf
harmful substance and may be givenas .
f man can't drink and play golf at the ainter
confidently to a baby as to an adult. 143 Martet ttreet. -TO- .ug
'f same time. For sale by Wilson & Son. Memphis Tenc, April li, 1901.

',! i Griggs-So you've sworn off-- golf, Wine In Februar-of Ccrdui.1901 and, I took one one packaee bottle of of Savannah, Columbia, Southern Pines; :

t' have you-Detrolt Free Press. For Over Fifty Year
Thedford's Black-Draught. I bad'been .
i ,,
',- -, MRS. WlSSLOW'SOOTHlSG; STUCP has been married fifteen years and had never Richmond, Washington, Baltimore
used for over fifty years by millions of mothersfor given birth to a child until I took Wine ,
1 My Lady's Hat. their children while teething, with perfect Cardui. Now I am mother of fine
a 1 :
; .t.:: Now in the wind her Gainsborough success Itsoothes the wind child colic!lotenthe and is the gums best, baby:girl which was born March 31,1901. Philadelphia, New York, u "
all cures
allays pain.
) , I.f Plume laden, wildly flaps. remedy for Diarrhoea. It will relieve the poor I The baby weighs fourteen pounds and I
;: t Vnhandy hats, 'tis plain to see, little Sufferer Immediately. Sold by Druggists I feel as well as any person could feel. Through; Tlocpers. -t. '
Are often In every part of the world. Twenty-five centsa Now my home is happy and I never will
handicaps.Detroit bottle. Be sure and ask for "Mrs. Wins- be without Wine of Cardui in mv house
: : low'a So',thtn r Svrup and taK:fI! no other Un.1CASTOn.J.A. again. Mrs.J.W. C. SMITH. Only Line Operating Through Pullman Car Service Jacksonvilleto -h

,- Chamberlain'sStomach and Liver Tablets : .. I For adTice and literature address, giving New Orleans. ._
and I symptoms, "The Ladies' Advisory Ix-part- For further information, write
biliousness constipation Tta Kind You Hate
cure Always BilugtJSignature inent", The
Bears the Chattanooga Medicine Company,
., headache. They are easy to take and Chattanooga, Tenn. E. L. BUNCH, Gen. Pass. A ('nt. A. 0. XlAcDONELL, Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent
f.t1.-# Portsmouth, Va. Jacksonville oFla"JAS.
For sale Wilson & I
in effect. by
: pleasant of . M. BARE, Vice-President and General Manager, Portsmouth, Va.
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,. ; ._ COCOA*" "*" *' BUSINESS J ; DIRECTORY.: -* .Y. '" i. :_ IThe '' I: Ducks on Indian river now by the t i. < ,
: < t 1 l'; . 'lions. Fun for the sportsman. They are
k : WL:4tGULETT'M.: D., L.T.IIANIEI --' .- '
:. (
; ; : in fine condition for the table. I'
DAD; 8."" Offices over The Indian' River Coldsl
Drag Ctfs stores the leadingDrugestablish.mentoithetndian'riyercountry. -
The Weatherwax arrived
fa1llyof Rev.
,: '
? United States Government last Friday 1U St. Joseph.Mjch. We ,PU

I WILLIAM HINDLE,-Undertaker'and Em- : extend welcome: to this interesting fam HMHMHMiBMM ***" "'
and Machine ; terrible cold tad ceai
baltner. Bicycles Sewing sup. I had s
'. plies,Tinning and Pipe Fitting.Repairing ily. hardly breathe. I then tried Ayers
of Every Description! Agent for Beveridge. Report shows We learn that Mr. Baker, of this plaw, Cherry Pectoral,and it gave as immediate

d. ; Steam_ Cooker c .- has gone into business. in Jensen with relief.'' t
PBANK.LIPP-Practical Shoemaker "Forty Mr: Hull. ,We wish the new firm good w. C. Layton, SideD, IB.How :

years- experience; ,all kind of repairing ROYAL Powder to luck ,
done, nice and cheap; also ladies''s Baking coughbe
Mr. and :Mrs. Hines and servants of will
shoes made to order. _____\__ ,_ your
Olivia, Minn., arrived last Saturday and ? b'
.GOTO'J. M.. SANDERS, The Old Reliable tonight worse, proably.
Store for (good, fresh and reliable goods /; 'be stronger purer and are nicely 1 the McFarlaud cot- For'it's i ia first a cold,
< t for the winter.
such as' Dry Goods. Saddlery Crockery go
and fall line of Groceries. then cough then bronchitis -
Hats.Trunks. a < Miss,Mattie Brown is home again muchto ,
; I
JARVIS HOUSE Open all the year round. better than any'other.. : the delight of many of her friends aft or pneumonia, andat a
; Pleasant location facing the river on river "-r spending five months with relativesi last consumption.
front. 'Rates$2.00 per day,special terms by. ,
and other
Virginia points.
,the:week or month.MELBOURNE .. I Coughs always tend
The Kings' Daughters' circle met at this
DIHECTOKY. downward. Stop
t BUSINESS I the home of Miss Jessie Goode Monday:

'. MELBOURNE STATE ANK-CapItal,.' The Plaza, Hotel Indian River and New COURTENAY. afternoon The following; officers were downward tendency bytakingAyer's

cashier.000 F. H.The,Fee only president bank on the; C.lower M.Horton.river, Rockledge will be supplied. with fine Rev. Stuart Martin is improving his elected: Miss Alice Nicholson, chairman: ; CherryPectonal.

and thepineappleregion of Brevard county. orcltest is. lot near the church. Mrs. G. S. Snedeker, assistant ciiairuui..; "

Mr. and Mra. S. H. Peck and children 'F. Walton'shot a black bear Thursday Miss Mattie Brown, recording secretary .
DIRECTORY. :25&Sfe'SLCoaiult Alt drioWi.
arrived from Prtoskey.; Iid h., Thursday, in Haul hammock.The Miss Jessie corresponding secretary -
',# C. P. PLATTS -'Physician and Surgeon. and ale busy' getting The Plaza in lead ; Mr. Chas. Odlin, treasurer.At your doctor. If be uj ate **r

.Calla to any point on. the river. promptly- ness'for the crowd of tourist and visitors recent fine showers have caused the last meeting of the Literary so then take do It.u then be lafl.don't Uk It hit tt.Ufc Be y tow" .*.**. .
Florida.Paragraphs loom to
answered. Fo t Pierce the big bean crop to up. .
which promise to flood this sect!* n th >. ciety, held at Hotel Bellevne, the follow Lean 1\with .C YU We are CO."UIttIc.J. .Lowall.ftUL
coming season \Vr. R. Sanders' fine horse was drowned officers elected President A. J. p
ing were : ,
l INDIAN N RIVER[R RIPPLES.t ,Dr. .M. Hecht and wife and Mr. and while being. transferred across the river. Hoke, Jr.; vice president, John Nicholson 1

MrS.:Baker, who spent last winter as Major Tiffin has the lumber on the ; secretary: Miss Mattie Brown; treasurer Worse Looking Than He Felt.-B&- !

Personal and Newsy Briefs. guests of Major C. B: Majrruder, have'ented I ground to repair the John LaRoche Mrs. E. M. Campbell; chairman boony-"Me boy you look a+ if you had'"
r house. l'ommitteeidS M. Nicholson u.-t :tcpi>ed out of fashion plate.
at; Towns Along the Coast. the Garvey cottage for this* season. : programme
.- Dr. Hecht has arrived and i is getting set. Dick and Robt. LaRoche are Merritt ; chairman membership:! committee, Siinkleton-"That &.? I knew I had
1'\ ". Mrs. Adams critic, Mrs. R. W. Goode. rheumatism, but I did not wippow I wws
": COCOA. tied and the others will be along pres- remodeling the house on the former ; '*
",-1 stiff Harlem Iafr.AIOuGAN .
that -
i\3 as:
:t.s Cocoa is putting on a trim appearance ently. Higgins place.J. Among those who came to Melbourne ,__ __ ___ _
J and neatness about premises.Mrs. the Tuesday to attend the funeral of Mr. n
1- Improvements are going on at F. Mitchell is working out his hammock A JONES; ,
l' C, E. Cook, of tfockledge, enjoys New ,Rockledge by taking out the upper grove, and says Merritts Island is John Goode were Mr. Allen Campbell, of .

.. : her chainlesa Columbia wheel and visits flooring the east front veranda of the the place to make a paying grove. Roseland, Mr. Jos. Williamson: Micro REAL ESTATE. AND INsUKANX'S.

;L': her brother, Mr. J. F. Woolen, and family old part and, xttndil1g the whole around Minis in and Mrs. Valentine, avdli8 Helen Valen-
Supt. was Saturday,
t the east part to connect with that in tine, Mr. Sears, Tillman; the Messrs. Loans Notary Pabiaie.
frequently. Mrs. Garrett the school teacher has
front of the new portion. A mammothoak Beaujean, Melbourne Beach. The busi Collections, Typewriting. Stesap.,.
1 f:- The young friends of Roy Packard en was sacrificed to admit more &un- been transferred to another school.Mr. ness houses of Messrs. Fee & Stewart, C. TITUSVILLE. FLA.

:- joyed his short stay in Cocoa., He came light to the grounds, as sunshine 'H what 'Croman, of Montreal, Canada, is T. McBride and C. F. Conkling were -- -- -
t down to attend the Faber.W einber wed the people like. a guest at the Buckhounds Inn. Major closed during the funeral. Most of the

; ;:.:: ding, returning soon after to his dutiesas Tiffin and his nephew, Harry Perault, Melbourne people were present to show BOBBINSQRAHAM :
.,. and at East Palatka. Orange growers are being flooded with
agent. operator their the dear
; are expected soon. respect to departed one.
i' circulars, prices, etc., from com mission
The grounds about the reading room firms urging the shipment of green fruit, A fine large black duck graced our &
A Tea tides.
: have been cleaned op, and the room is for green it is, yet, but our growers are table Friday, one of the fruits of a fruit- Physician 1

:; open every day and evening for the use wise enough nut to destroy the excellent ful hunt participated in by Dea. Samuel i i8andersSir "I have taken Kodol Dyspepsia Cure CO.

<,; of the public. All ae invited to reputation gained of the famous Indian Emmet Field and Capt. Fred and have never used anything in my" life (Iiifl-rporat Phi up Capital $iAdi Oil ) 1 1
that did the that did
.t make of it for rest or recreation inreading. the back river.It me good says :
f: use river fruit by placing unripe and sour Humphrey over on County Physician Geo W. Scroggs, of This c-'innany owns lamfe

'., =', fruit upon the market, and realize but seems the poor farm controversy is Hall county, Ga. "Being a physician 1 in the Indian River Country L I

j t- Everybody complains of the condition : half price for it. A few weeks more on afflicted with lh i dfcback.i While not a have prescribed it and found it to give i the on the St. Lucie Iliver, ,.

!. =.'. of the roads as left by the contractors. the: trees will enhance the value in poor-howe piomuter, we were in hopesto best results." If the food you eat remains at New River and Big-
(... They say the good: part of the road that lusciousness and price.: see the thing materialize, a-, undoubtedly undigested in your stomach it decay
) Bay.
there and the You
poisons cayne
; :.;) was haa been spoiled by the sand forM it would be a paying investment ina this system.:! but that can 'i
prevent by dieting means
-. wheeling,And the worn. parts are worse Vapor Baths. very few yearn for the county, and starvation Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests PRICKS TO SUIT THE TIMES. '.

than they were before the repairs were The value of vapor and hot air bath afford a comfortable home for the inmates what you eat. You need suffer from neither Send for laud list. 1t

'} :, made.: as a means of promoting the respiratory and be no disgrace for the worthy dyspepsia( nor starvation. The worst OFFICES . t
Mrs. B. W. Jerome spent a few days functions of the skin has been recognized people that are unahle to provide for cases quickly cured. Never fails. Wilson AT ':
from ancient times. themselves, while iho.-e who are able & Son. TITP5VILLE AND MIAMI
this week with her friend, Mrs. W. G. very _, t
..; :.. Paterson, on her way from Connecticut, should be willing ur made to work a few ,
the then went Polished Floor I hours a day to partially: support themselves -- -
: where she spent summer,
:: "'. to her place at Banyan to see to the In Europe, where polished floors havt and not be a total burden on t i .4.

,3 shipping of her oranges; thence she goes so lone; been popular, it is the custom many tax pa)el's. As first-da.-sorange ( : : IIII
to polish them carefully and preferablywith and land could be
: .: to her new home at West Palm Beach. vegetable purchased' ; I
: i a cloth fastened on the shoe. Professional cheap here, we know this burg would
: i She left Mr. Jerome at New London, Ct.,
:,: who staid by the bedside of his mother, cleaners or polishers have be the ideal spot to locate a poor farm.
learned skate about at a great rate (
she is better -e h
who is very ill. We trust
'T and to do polishing quickly and well. SHAUPFS.Harry .
by this time. The Indian riverites are

sorry to lose such good citizens, but wish White purchased hay of Albert iN 9 .

them every happiness and prosperity in Faber this week. yPY

r their new home. School is progressing finely under Miss : I

; '. Rose Penny, of Nathan. HANCOCK'S LIQUID SULPHUR "1 .v )

h.i '. Notice. e The beans of Messrs. C. L. Nichols and --F"J

:: N.Notice is hereby given to the members p. . G. B. Faber are looking fine. CURLS U1 I

t of the Indian River Avilah that at its Miss Willie King called on Mrs. Faber ECREMA, TETTER, PIMPLES, DIP- tr

a next regular meeting on December 6th, and Miss Grace Nichols Tuesday.The THERIA, SORE THROAT, WHEN THE FIREBUG IS AROUND i
',- 1901, that there will be an amendment and all blood and skin diseases. For sale by ; ,*

to its constitution voted upon, and all Nature oranges are coloring very fast and W. J. CRAYFORD.GEO. It is some cttnifiirt tfeel 1 that you are ;1
are also dropping badly now. I1red. >.1
persons interested therein are requested very properly 1\1

to be present. Prof. S. D Bradwell is clearing up his I M.: ROBBINS, F. A. MOKGAN This !security i is obtained at a trilling I',

t MKS. C. A. PATEESOS, President. garden piece to plant a crop in the spring. President. Actuary. outlay.

Mar E. J. WILSON, Rec. See'y. I I Babies and children need 1I f Geo. Faber has been quite distressedthe BREVARDAbstract are FIRE not high INSURANCErates and when con itkn-ol

past week with neuralgia in his face.
-- in connection wills the great bt'ndill conferred
food rarely ever medi- i ii
is her winter | proper Mrs M. E. Bailey returned home last of TitleCOMPANY are very l Into No man of property
Rockledge resuming cine. If they do not thrive week after spending! a very pleasant summer should neglei t III /have it full!) cove red
cheerfulness. i I ] in the north. ,.--_....- ..".......----- ---
Hotel Indian River is in the hands of l on their food something is s ,

;_ paper hangers, painters and decorators. | need little I Ii Mr. Geo. B. Faber killed a large rattlesnake Titusville Fla. ;
t wrong. They a { last Monday afternoon. The snake Will furnish abstracts of title ------, ,
Mr. A. L. Marsh took a business tripto was about five feet in length. for lands in Brevard county.
to their f
Jacksonville and St. Augustine this i help get digestive ii j R. L. MOTLOW
Messrs. Howard and Sam Holmes and OFFICE UNDER LAW OFFICE OF

week. | machinery working properly. |i iSCO Fred Black are working quite faithfully GEO. M. BOBBINS TITUSVILLE FLA

Mr. Baker Brooks, connected with Ho- planting their gardens now. ,

tel Indian River, went to St. Augustine John B. Walker. C. H. Swain.
Owing to the recent rains the gardensare i
Monday on business. looking quite promising and are making \
Y Mr. and Mrs. D. Leeds, of New York S9H! the truckers very jubilant. John R. Walker & Co

b city, have rented the Cook cottage and ,
Mr. Frank Beal and party went hunt- -DEALERS IX- -9gu.p1r7-
will'be here by the 20th.
COD LIVER OIL ing last week across the river, but did
I Miss Ella Singleton, teacher of the Eau not succeed in killing any deer. DRY GOODS,
I Gallie school, enjoyed a visit with her :Miss Tamsie Herndon, accompaniedby MILLINERY

parents over Sunday.Mr. Mr. Dick Rocker, both of Cocoa, ,
1 iwill I II !
Geo. Chapman, of Petoskey.Mich., generally correct this called on Mrs. B. F. Beal this week. FURNITURE.

returned Saturday to his old stamping I I difficulty. j I Ii Miss Isabelle Burns, of Canaveral, re- \(

grounds on Indian river. i If will from onei] turned home Sunday after spending quitea t n .
E Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Shares are at present | you put long time with her friend, Miss May ore E MJ.
,i-' located at Passadena, Cal., for the ii i fourth to half a teaspoonful i I Holmes.We ( /4 ; r,J"

benefit of Mr. Shares' health, which is in baby's bottle three or four ;: have some new neighbors now.

already much improved. I Mr. Jas. Swinson and family moved in FINE WHISKIES WISES BRANDIES, "

Mr. A. Wheeler arrived Monday from : times a day you will soon see 1 1I last Monday. We are glad to see and GINS, BOTTLED BEERS.

New Haven and is bus his have them with j
) getting cottages I a marked improvement. For I If us. axti
i. ready for occupancy. We took a Messrs. W. R. and C.B. Sanders passed TITUSVILLE and COCOA.

,t trip to his plantation at Bahia Tuesday. f larger children, from half to ja i through our city last Saturdry en routeto I eer'a; ----

Miss Kate Eyer is busy with paper teaspoonful, according to : Titusvilie to attend the Baptist association EAST COAST MEAT MARKET.

*,.. hangers and a general fixing up of her i I II 1 1if returning Monday.We ,
Vt curio store room, getting ready for the : age, dissolved in their milk, regret very much the moving away t 1+ G. F. DUREN, Agent,

L ,i opening of business. She expects a busy I you so desire, will very )1i of our esteemed friends, Mr. F. C. Pop- 1 I

_' .t season. pell and family, they having returned to -
show its great nourish-
soon ii i
F Miss N. P. Ellison, who has spent her their home in the Narrows. i J Fltridaud

winters on Indian river for the past 18 i ing power. If the mother's | Misses Rose Penny, Ellen Mathers _

years, arrived for the season from Cin- milk does not nourish the !1 and Nellie Hatter, of City Point, accom- FOUNT AND BOTTLE SODA, }

cinnati Monday, and is located at the : panied by Mr. D..vid O,teen, of St. Augustine COSFECTIOAS, FRUIT, \\\rU.\

White cottage.Mr. |I baby, she needs the emul- | called at Dr. Holmes last Satur- CIGARS AXD TO II it CO, \Ie&or

and Mrs. L. J. Droege, who spent i| sion. It will show an effect jT j I day evening. Titusvilie Fla.iIL
'a week in Rockledge on their honeymoon anKi.

trip, left for Covington, Ky., Mon at once both upon mother f MELBOURNE.Mr. .

_. day. They were delighted with their i and child. Fred Prange, of Vero, is in town. .
f visit at CURES mm ALL ELSE f AILS. .
1L. It DIr. Sam Martin is still working on Mr. Best Cough Syrup. Tastes Good. Use ;
500. and$1.W. all druggists g .
in time. ,
f There will be music in the air this launch which will be Sold by druaatets.irk:4J
winter SCOTT& BOWNE, Chemists, New York. C1Js'| a littIe beaur. -

much to th/j, dp'!::ht .pf everybody.V .I_ .. T.1 II_II II r" ...4'-. I >en finished. Titusville, Florida. "

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