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 29, 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).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075901
Volume ID: VID00602
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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{iiIUnOOltl! : CHI GOjJ; ; road I; Is't.& thing- of the past' t He' would '/As,rfatP! pri'J1jli tm; ) a j8P; "

'.f! .,,, -. . utreery track !d:town;'In' subway ;;pro ' -". : afe- '
.- ' billboards 1 most. ,goy.too according to i signing l tin purchase treaty-the fat'c4Tk ; U easy to make

.IA3E : ) .4 :;-Hany' Plans For tbe"Hk'ln : "of';'a'City tbe,Ideas'of: 'Mr.1 Perkins* Ralph Clark-' 1.3. '.' or takes in the treatewatcf ;

4c : Beautiful. : and others : ,and mistakes
-% ',. ; son. Peter B. Wight, : many : croup
: I '' t."; Special Correspondence of The Florida Star Interested- In the beantifylng'{of the : mean the sacrifice elf

',1 = !city.', ,The billboard ?.Qr.Cblcago are no. little lives.Foley's .
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CmcAao.JNo FoDowing
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: attractive than are tbVbillboardsof Tar. fe
more , .. Honey
L . ':, 'on"the.beela Off the.reeent tax decision C - ,
their .,
"" : other. cities and coats of manycolorer A unconditionally guaranteed fcf "
.- giving, the city .the right to. ,collect. blended'together airs most" Inharmonious ,

'; ; ,;: about .$2aOOO,000, In back taxes, a ways nndodbtedJyKdo detract r \ t .,,, every druggist. to care creep, i
I'I I = ffJ 'colds whooping cough, aMi to
i '; scheme, :been devised'by the1 Municipal 8, great deal. from the appearance ; -.. / or
', Art"league lo 'beautify,"Chicago. The. of the city.. -- I 1 ... =, prevent pneumonia, so
often follows diseases of Rule
'1 : : :members oithg'league,are..'enthusiasticover Another'essentlalIn, the eyes of experts S. ,
; Is*)Improvement (la street ''. 1 folks. Do not accept ft sabstf-
pavlug. ; I .
) :J" the project! .and it Js interesting f j
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The Chicago howsoever patriotic he tute. It may cost a life. Fo1el'sHoney
1 r'.. to bear. their.. ,varying \;lew.,9nJh, waysIn ,
; Is'forced
may' be. to admit. that there -I IF I. and Tar is guaranteed.
.. :which the dty, should be improved .
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Is decided' room for betterment t ,io" tilt .
-- Miss MAMIE SMITH. Mttttesjgg.Kentucky
iJI .,. lekgue'sfcdmmittee; hopes tobe :direction:. Tbe'city; authoritfeu are rjijj* ..- ,;r ... l't. .' l writes: "Mj mite >.*.*.

:.>4 r .' able to spend about$1,000.000 annually' I idly awaking to a. realization of thL't9t'the 'U.. :U' ,l..; several bad the doses croup of Foley'f very bad.UM-JF 1! gore arts Tr mt ...
-4 ',; 4 : .- In. the work ond'to. increase the teagne'si I ocntb; :1'rdof improvements recently --- t 'i ,'I.. ' awed her was life."fcutaatlj. reared It
;) , ;..;" :" membership_ from. Its present total of paid a 'visit to Indianapolis to e I

'- ; . 400 a' total of 5.009. ,In addlt1ou investigate the .system ,of creosote -
FIRSTPROTESTANiT'CHURCB. BUILT WEST For cuts, bruises or sores BANNER SALVE is best.B. .
( blocks, with which the streets of that ,
i: ; to this the civic government is OF THE MISSISSIPPI.

= ; "' 'expected to co-opprate.bI:" appropria. city are. ,paved.: They returned' convinced (From aD old,wO dcut.) R. WILSON & SON.
that, there was a good deal to '
tlons from the surplus that will accrue ulty of the University of Virginia upon
; be said .In its favor. One point urged
to the,city's treasury. by 'virtue of' the the suggestion of the 'alumnI'fE'sldlng'
for it is Its comparative noiselessness '
In St Louis. will recommend to the
tax decision. under the grind of wheels and horses' Florida
J state legislature the erection of a state Coast Ry.Time
.i The league's plan Is' -to organize hoofs. Another claim is, that it: is not building at the world's fair that shall .
f branches'among all the political ands: slippery many weather the horses be- 'be" a reproduction of the Montlcello.

cia clubs and In societies and organlzaBDOCJEST10N ing. able to grip the wood sufficientlyto '
mansion of Thomas Jefferson. This Table No. 33.. In Effect bept. 1, 1901.
give them a purchase without injuring
,will doubtless be done. 'The faculty
... the pavement. I"'oa heavy traffic ;will' 'also ask the 5.000'alumni for SOUTH BOUND (Read Down.) (Read Up) NORTH BCHJKD.R .

roadway however it is asserted that funds to 'i rp''s. fair building Mo.ll .N0.8J No.i) No.7tDaily" Na 0.1
.-i! '. granite paving Is th'e best. Asphalt of : Daily Daily Daily STATIONS. Daily>
modeled after the rotunda of the ex.Su

course has its admirers, too. but the .university, to be a permanent museum : .-. ... -fiOOp lOOOa Lv........Jacksonville ......Ar Uvp -9 !t. -...... PABLO
: great trouble with asphalt lies in the and ballot fame and contain a mar DURMBE .. S08p lOOSallloa .......So Jacksonville';.......Lv 652p 85&i.........
If overdone it cracks after .. .. 6l5p : ....... St. Augustine .... .... 5 I 5Ip ......
t cooking.
ble statue of Jefferson ; ...... 846p 11 4a. ** :.. ..... Bastings ?............" 5 Up t lbs. .. TONA PABLOBEACH
winter rigors; if underdone It grows Davis 1. Busbnell. chief of arcb ol. ...... 7001 lHllp ....!.....East Palatka..,....... N 4 atop TtUa .'..::. .
YAND ..... ........... It ......
I mushy in the. summer heat Creosote SEPTE SEPTEPABLO 734p 1284p Neoga .. ...... 419p 625ftOlte.
bgy of the Pea body Institute. Boston ANDD OPEN :..... 747pSiJOp 12 f.. ............Bunnella....... .... 407p ...... TONAWILL
paving Is cheaper than granite and has located fourteen prehistoric Indi. : OPENOP OPSEPTE= ...... 75\; 12 sip ......M.....Dupont........... < ....... BEACH
0*. dearer ''than asphalt. What Chicago ANDIN INOPEN : 820p 125p ," ............Ormond............ Wp'6a........ WILL
A. AO an mounds on the world's fair site. ... 13p < ...........Daytona............ to t.2'p ftftaSOua .....
needs of course, is the best and expe- St. Louis Is known as the Mound City ...... 844p Hip to .........Port Orange ......... II 812p btes...... ,
rience alone can decide which of the 530a 9 GOp 207p K .........New Sni rna ..... UBp USp
'. which gives the find a special interest vet h'4 663& ...... 2% ...........OakHm........... 23Jp ...... 2099 THEMONTH
j many systems is best In the long run. At least one of the mounds will be 6 OOtt. ...... 305p 14 ........... TitnsvilleH ........... .. : $ WILLREMAIN
Max Mauc the Chicago' sculptor ...... ...... 8-t.1> ............Cocoa: .. ...
preserved as an exhibit for world'sfair ORMO REM: ....... ...... 345p .....Jtookledge Juntion... II : .... :: ORMOND ORMONDTONA
who is chairman. of the- Municipal" Art visitors to see. The others will MONT ...... ...... 4Mp ...........Eau Gallie....'...... II .... REMAIN REMAINING
league's committee plans and edu ...... ...... 42Spa ......... Melbourne.........." ....
pn disappear In the grading and building THEMONT ............. Oop ........... tfebaatua.......... : : .... O
Ls cation'Is an enthusiast on the artistic operations LEONARD BALDWIN.O.A.STOa.XAs ..,..... ...... bb3p ...........St. Lucie........... .... zj'
1 possibilities of Chicago.. He declares: ....... ...... 6 Oop 14 .......... Fort Pjerc......... II 155i..1. .. A
WILL :::I ....... ...... 624p |; .............Tibbals............ : ::.. O
"Chicago has every natural advantage : BEACH ..... ...... 6z.P ...*..........Eden.............. to .... ND
( necessary to make It the most beautifully BearitleSignature Ths Kind You Hall Always Bout INGTHE I.............. ............Jensen........... ". ..
F, TONAWILL ...... ...... 633pI", .,..........Stuart.......... . ....
artistic ,city' in America. All It 1p. ...... ...... ..........Hobe Sound........... II ....
lacks is public interest and the education cf PABLOBEACH ...... 725:? A.... ....West Jupiter. ...... ..... DAYPEN :
TONA .............. 'l67p .......West Palm Beach....... 9 Ota ...... ......
. NWW' of the people In what constitutesreal .' ...... ...... S21t M. ..........Boynton............. 88a ..... ...... DURSEPTEMBER
1, 0 art. With Its wIde. expanse of ,PABLO ...... ...... 8 80p .....-Delray.............. 82aa.. .. ........ -
p! i": So ............ 915p957p ...,...Fort Lauderdale........ II 1 sa '..... ...... 1-
= ,Ii, OO lake front. Its natural waterways location Tired ...... ,..... ........LemonCity....... II 6&Ja... .... ..........
; %4p 0N' OA surroundings'' and general typography c- ...... ..... 1006p Ar............Miami..........:,LT 6 ... . ....... .. .

it will rival 1 any city in the It may be from overwork, but T"l farlor Card un I'raiu 3o aud 78

i'i: world for natural beauty." the chances are Its from an Inactive Wo 21 No.19 No.17 o. 5 Nal6fKo.l&:is.
: i Mr. Mauch.. In regard to the league's SundbnadSOOp Daily Daily MAYPORT BRANCH. Daily'Daily 8tm
/ LIVER. Only eiSu830a OBIS
,,'"_'".'>,,.. project, says: "Not only will the planwe liHOalU18a 6 Up Lv..............Jacksonville .............Ar Ti'a'&tfplf! .
propose give us adequate revenueto With a well conducted LIVER 208p 623p 858a *. ..............80. Jacksonville?............. rsraisr; ......
c' will be 240p lOcOa1056a 8Kp 910aOloa! II............. Pablo Beach ...... .. .. 70a SOtaUl! ......
., .. carry out our designs but It one can do mountains of labor 245p OOp ...............AtlanticBeaci................ "I, 7Ola'b' 11 ......
it ; tit:;:, FOB BEA WILL AND BOAT a great education to the city In gem'ral.What without fatigue. !t' ...'11 10' i15') G3pa AT . . .. .. ... .. ....ilavnort.. .. .. .. L1v f " 4 .t ti.. iiat* ..-..

ke.. } .2:" BOUSE. could be of greater advantage. . to ..,' iHV>.Xaa >.;'....a.i.uaina bi- '.' o4'1No'{' .' .".....,
t> tiona of every kind in and near the city. the- students- than- toe art clubs in toe It adds a hundred per cent to Daily Daily Daily Daily Iailr Daily ,D:1Uy'I>:1ily.Daily Da :,'DrtlrfD.Cv _.
685p 4MpHOOpl183a .Palatka .Arlii kdi 2:.aW: 13op 4i3 >j 7:;'9Ar
j schools? What the pupil would learn ones earning capacity.It p )
.: Each branch club have its .. .. ' I)
is/to own 833p Zip 12 5Up 1155a 655a. East. PalatV J.T' I" 11 **> t 4 N. 5..Ji TNo.67No.4 n
about art would be worth times -
.:j. line of work 'to perform, but It Is to beN many can be kept in healthful action | > ; ,
more'to him than the mere pittance of >SAN MATEO x.O.u.Ar Ip.nila I. .;

;:::'; . represented In the league by delegatesand $2 a year which be is assessed for by, and only byTutt's 7a5pl-r DailyJDaUy 2U Lv................ ......... .East-Palat<- a..r.. Ar d.;T: : '_"9

I .F thus be under the supervision of membership. Women's societies will 8 lop- 549a ... ............ ... ... .. . San Mate. . ..... ....... .... . .. ... ..LT I 5 IM ._ .

x ". the parent body: find the new work a source of rare entertainment No. 1 ORANGE CITYBRANCH. No. 2 boll YO"D6

r' ; : It IS.I hoped to bare a branch club in as well as instruction. To ex.&u r. (Dailyex.Su Daily ExSu SANFORD BRANCH. D.ib...

gal' every 0cnool in tbe city and'among the employees of stores manufactories and Pills i 3lvp L.T......New Symrna........Ar 640p t> .'Lv..Tltnevtlle..A IT 5
other business establishments whose 421p ........Lake Helen........Lv 58QP '11Ba" ............... Mim3 ...............Ls J tNp
g ; if' employees of all tbe leading business 48p .........Orange City....... 5 Up 883a855a ,". .. ...... .. ...Os:een-.............. to Ill INA
i 'establishments. 'Women's clubs are expected opportunities for study are limited 4 45p Ar..Orange City Jc..... 505p ...... ....En.t'rryri4&............ HSd..
I A 9.SUa # .. .......... .:"infrrd. 1104These
will be of
i to furnish exceptionally largedelegations. membership in the league

: Each member is to be great educational value." TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. Time Tables show the Sines at which train may us exoeete to arrive all.1 dfonIvt
t The committee that has devised the from the 'several stations, but their arrival or depart. i-" '* the time !stated i* not I'Mr:I.
1 t nssl'ssed$2 annually. The committeemen novel of Is teed nor does the Company bold Itself responsible for&*j delay or air consequence art.-
way beautifying Chicago
.- 1 of the that it will not Ing therefrom.
fire opinion
composed of Mr. Mauch, Professor BEST FOR THEBOWELS
yr .. ',' .' be difficult to find 500 people In and Charles Zeublin of the University of PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL

\ 4- :: : ; around Chicago who will take pride Chicago. Professor von Klenze of the STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAML

.: ; 4 ,1. 1 enough In the city to make this contri same university. Louis > U. Sullivan

. j bution. It is claimed that the plan is architect and P. J. Weber architect. BETWEEN MIAMA, KEY WEST AND HAVANA.
r If you haven't a regular healthy movement of the
c'q ::. : the same as Is In vogue in Vienna and HENRY W. MILLEB. bowels every d- -, ,on're ill or will be. Keep ;your Leave Miami Mondays and Fridays....10 05 pm Leave Havana Weds. and Saturdays..W MB
i;" i 1' 't' bowel open anJue well. the shape of violent Arrive Key West Tues.and Saturdays. 100 pm Arrive Key West Wed and 8at...... 800 pea
other cities of Austria. ,
physic or pill poison la dmiKerous.
The Riuootb Vest ... West Thus and Sons ... 4 00
; est, most perfect way of keeping.tbe bowels Leave Key Tues. and Sundays 7Wpm Leave Key pan
'.,{ 5 ", The money thus obtained is to bet Seymour Webb, Moira. N. Y. writes: ell.slest1 ean ia to take Arrive Havana \\ eds. and Mondays. fi 30 am AUlvelbamii'rid&YilUld Mondays . 6OOair
". S -:" spent solely in public works of art "I had been troubled with my kidneysfor CANDY For copy of local time card address any Agent.

x: ,'. such as statuary fountains and triumphal . twenty-five years and had tried several CATHARTIC J. X>. RAHNER. Aut Gen. Pass. Agent. ST. AUGUSTINE FLA. S
arcbes. physicians but received no relief untilI
The lake front will prob.
-- bought a bottle of Foley's Kidney cure.
: receive attention first of all. in
: ably as
After two bottles I
using was absolutely
f- f It consists Chicago's greatest claim to cured. I earnestly recommend Folev'sKidney .'l 0 .

;; '. beauty. It is then hoped to turn attention cure." Take only Foley's.Vil 1 Southern

w. to the river and transform It from son & Son.

i ". a drainage canal into an artistic water German Deer.Wbate"er t

way. spanned by'graceful bridges and the number of orders, no
1. flanked on either side by stone 'walks beer leaves EAT
ever the best German 'EM LIKE CANDY
tt and balustrades. All of this sounds breweries until It" has been standing Pleasant Palitahle Potent. Taste Good Do Good,
,'. lde.ln' the extreme but tbe members Never Sicken Weaken, or Gripe 10, 25, and 60 cents Railway
s for at least three months. per box. Write for free sample, and booklet on
of the league do not deem It at all removed health. Address 433
from the realm of the practicalTbe
a ' Reliable and Gentle.
i ; city Is also to be Improved in other "A KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEANFERRY'S
pill's a pill, the But
says saw.
than works of The
by art.
t , there are pills and pills. You want a pill
opinion of' Is that the first
many step
that is certain, thorough and
gentle, must DIRECT
a i In the rigbt direction is to abolish the not gripe. DeWitt's Little Early Risers LINE-QUICK TIME TO

'. smoke nuisance. As a general thing fill the bill. Purely vegetable, do not force Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia,

,.. i.. soft coal Is burned in Chicago, and as bit assist the bowels to act. Strengthen JS Hew VorR Chicago, Cincinnati, ,
every one knows soft coal emits much rn I invigorate. Small and easy to take. S You [ ie
bow oulsvm Atlanta Birtninahaa
more smoke than hard coal does. Those Wilson & Son.WORLD'S what 1
C you're planting: Chattanooga St. Louis Kansas City. -
who argue that It will be Impossible to When you plant

do away with the smoke that so often FAIR ANTIQUITIES. Ferry's Seeds. If you AND ALL POINTS EAST AND WEST.

; l bangs over the city like a pall basing buy cheap seeds you can't
First Protestant Church Unlit West _. be sure. Take no chances-
d their objections on the ground that to ,
of the Mississippi to De Shown. L get Ferry's. Dealers everywhere NO OTHER LINE AFFORDS SERVICE LIKE THIS
=; I get rid of it hard coal mines must be sell them. Write
4 found in )lUnols. are met by the answer ST. Louis.Special Nov.Correspondence.25.-The ]advancing p for 1901 Seed Annual- THE NEW YORK & FLORIDA EXPRESS

that there are plenty of devices preparations for the celebration of the mailed free.
ii by which soft coal may be burned and signing of the documents by which title D. M. FERRY & CO., ..

the resultant smoke kept from coming to the territory embraced In the Lou i Detroit, Mich. To the East and North.
4 too much into evidence and that
isiana purchase passed from France to THE
business men 0: Chicago notably Mar
the United States awaken interest in .:
} shall Field have already learned bow things contemporaneous with that To the West and NorthWest.The .

t + to accomplish this. event or associated with that pioneer line through "The Land of the Sky," Asheville, Hot
I A novel idea In regard to the smoke period. One of the relics of those .
daysis oHARPER
f r nul8uceomes from Mr. Dwight Per the first Protestant church erected Springs, N. C. Finest Summer Resort Section in the

kins who says: "We must get rid of west of the Mississippi river, still World. Through Sleeping Cars from Jacksonville to

that first and we can do it. Enforce standing near Jackson Cape Girar- Asheville and Hot Springs, North Carolina.

t the smoke nuisance laws to begin with; deau this KENTUCKYWHISKEY
county state used
J now
then investigate that drainage canal as a hay barn. It was built of logs In Choice of Routes to Pan-American exposition, Buffalo, n. Y.

proposition. Find out If we can't use
J 1SOG by a Baptist congregation and was Through Vestibuled Trains, Pullman Drawing-room Sleeping Cars, Through
for electricity some of the Immense
f ) long known as Bethel church having
Excellent Car I
Coaches Dining Service.
horsepower that is waste
going to
for some years the distinction of being
there. If we can. and I don't see why the only house of Protestant worship for Gentlemen Through Trains via the Southern Railway are Operated in Connection with

F S r we can't then we can run our factories west of the river. Rev. David Green a who cherish the Plant System from Jacksonville.For .
by electricity and that will settle thee
r native of Virginia, was Its first pastor Quality.
smoke affair once and for all." and remained in charge until his deathin Bates,Schedules and Information,call on or address I .

//l Mr. Perkins is one of many who 1SOO. The building will probably bemoved W. T. COSBY,Traveling Passenger Agent, 108 W,Bay St.,JACKSONVILLE,7L1.
s'. think that the city cannot properly be
: to this city and made an exhibitat S '' F. A. 1 a. H.HARDWICK General W.H. ,
' termed beautiful until the elevated rail. lY OSLhY K.L. MOTLOU', PassenjrerAgtM TAYLOE Asit.GeWASHINRTON. .rau...lIt.,
the Louisiana Purchase exposition. 4TSYTitusvllteFlorida. D. C. ATLANTA, U.

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., :tiM'JIUDS:1f: II ;lOMnnonu l liC. Ing.. 'It'Is:really,a. quarry of zinc 'Thefirst THE .POULTRY! YARD. :: ?
r'', ':" .blast:threw off nearly '&'thousandt .. . .. . -- --. . .._'. ,".,--._.-.-"
Ore\. :: : *; (40 percent-ore. .Geese.should not be picked after cold --, -- .....'- '-" .-- ..- - - -- -'
Beds of .
fiJ: i,.. Covering I sa'Area of JHTe Hun ., ' .' .
.- .fI,., dred HUN., 1 The 'Morning :Star mine Is being weather seta in.
'" . 'os' worked Tight" along,, but '*o erode *re Hens'that are:expected to lay regular
.CorrespondenceTof The Florida Star
"" "" J'1;-i" .;;."***"* r- ; I the, transportation, 'facilities that the ly during. the winter.must have'extra
JASPE R. Ark Nov7l8.
The old exj ore has to be:rafted 200 miles The Introduction care;:: 3 !
> : :;hope, -
s ressionpf deferred'When
ourship h
ln- of the railroad" Trill. double' The obJectton'to a hard board flooris f -
: comes js .changed here: .to the'value of,the mine. lameness crooked
that it often causes ,
'=When, the train comes inMost of LEOARD BALDWIN.W. For Infants and Children.
the population;ofthls part of northern .. toes etc.

Arkansas is-Wafting;,to>.,a:train, or, to J.Shiyely, Bateaville i 0;, 'speakingof Hens two or, three,<
lie more'..exact,.,a.rallroad.: The. zinc Banner Salve says: "I used it for piles :so many eggs as win pullets in the = = His Kind You Have
beds In the ,country north of Jasper has;done me more good than any first twelve months after they first. .be 1. .

are'at the"bottom 1'of this ,state1'of af- salve I have ever used and I have tried a :I gin to)ay.' ,

:fairs.Por. ' : great many kinds" Wilson, &Son. Live poultry cannot be shipped any iihitni-m MUM mruii iihiiBHiiii'iiiiB mil IL.I 1. 1 Always BoughtAVegetaWeePreparallonforASr !

:\ a radius ot.nearlf,500, miles thezinc great distance without loss either .In
Railway ExteJ .loD. winter. It is best to send
summer or
beds are so continuous and
, ,sodeep The average increase in,the length of simitMingll iocdi 1Peguta-
dressed.A .
all poultry to market
that their "caq
value ,
: beguessed
railways throughout the world Is about ting the Stomachs andBcwSs cf Bears the
,aC. But: there' are no, railroads turkey In good condition ,can be
11.000 miles per annum, equal to nearly '
made fat in ten days by liberal
: to carry away the zinc after Jt very
'Y has been blown'out of.the ground. 2per| cent of .the total l1n existing. feeding. It will do better in' a small i : ) iV
which the of this - c
at beginning century r- Signature
'Since:the discovery ,this"rich. :mineral yard rather than In a close pen.. I
embraced miles. *
: nearly ,
deposft four railroad companies One reason why it Is keep Pr romotesDigesfionc&cIful-

:have, sorted branches' to. taP'the,mines Edible lllrds' .beats. food before the hens, all the time is ssaildTh st.ContainslleithCr 3lumNotphine of.

4: and just now each Is racing to -be first Caverns along the coast of, Leyte and that as long as they have'a plentiful (} cor Mineral .

_ onthe ground. The St Louis and San others' of the Philippine Islands produce i supply before them they will not hunt I NOT NAn OTIC.jGxJeana .

fey a Francisco 'railroad' Is already pushing the finest edible birds' nests : elsewhere.G. ..... .,- t. '
*F its way,well into the center of the zincdistrict. .
O known to commerce in the far east
,One or the'roads Is boring a H. Hausan, Lima, Ohio, engineer craloMf&i 1P mr&asue'

thousand foot tunnel through the mountain Modern'Surgery Surpassed. L. E. & W, railway, writes: "I have been

near Eureka Springs. It Is' all "Whilesuffering from a bad case of troubled a great deal with backache. I *

mountainous and the obstacles who advised was induced to try Foley's Kidney ,Cure, Sad. 1 I
country, piles consulted a physician and one bottle entirely ,relieved, me. I 0IhJ"tl
:y ,encountered make the race very me to.try a box of DeWitt's Witch Hazel gladly recommend it to any one, especially u.. _

exciting. .Salve," says ,G. F. Carter, Atlanta; Ga. to my friends among the train men, -'

,In the meantime every one who owns "I procured.a box and was entirely cured.' who are usually similarly afflicted.. Wilson -
foot, DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve is splendid & Son. '
a .of zinc bearing land Is holding / 0.e
core for piles, giving relief instantly andI
,, on to It with a firm grip. Every one heartily recommend it to all sufferers." A Steel Secret. Aperfect Remedy for Constipation -
Is waiting In 'absolute confidence SourStoioach.Diarrhoea,
for De- ,
Surgery is to core piles.
India was In posse :iou of a stet
wealth to come to him. .v Witt's Witch Hazel Salve will cure : ,WormsConvulsionsFcverishness -
any ''
Ore be hauled lecret ony>, which Is lost now. This: F or 0 V e r
can In mineral carte case. Cute, burns, bruises and all other andLoss OF SLEEP
wounds also cured Be- was the Inlaying with gold of steel -
*_ hundred miles to the railroad terminus are quickly by it.
of counterfeits Wilson & Son. blades in such a manner that the Simile of
and sold at a fair profit but the ware lac Signature '

people prefer to wait for the time whenIt strength" of the blade was not impaired Years

nor its temper spoiled. .
will not, have to be hauled .a mlle Lamp Chimneys. I Thirty

They argue that the ore which is worth One of the most convenient thingsfor NEW "YORK. ,

pennies, now will be worth dollars washing the inside of lamp chIm- BAD BLOOD

then. neys is a piece of sheepskin with the It

d Much of the zinc runs under government wool on, tacked round the end of a

.; land,.and many sections are still stick of convenient length. This is BAD COWLEXION.The CASTORIA

nnpre-emptled., altbo.ugh..tbe. settlers, arecoming easy to keep clean and will dry quickly. . EXACT coOP WRAPPCB. ,
- -
,In fast.., There'are thousands of skin is the seat of an almost end-

', acres'of valuable land which may be Hurricane Pressure.In less variety of diseases. They are known THC CCNTAUM COMMMV. NEW OM CITT.

I bought.outright for.$1.25 an acre. a hurricane blowing at eighty by various names, but are all due to the _'_" .: __ '" _ _' _= =_ :.:= ._ _ : __ ,"'-i''fu'h''''' -
: each same cause, acid and other poisons in
miles an hour the pressure on .
The Is at least GO cent In I
zinc ore per
the blood irritate
and that and interfere with
foot of surface is three a
i richness and the mines seem to be
# > the proper action of the skin.
'practically Inexhaustible. Near Jasper half pounds. To have a smooth, soft skin, free from

t.. 1,000 tons of the metal lie piled on theY Geo. A. Points, Upper Sandnsky, 0., all eruptions, the blood must be kept pure
,. ground waiting' for the market which writes: "I have been using Foley's Honeyand and healthy. The many preparations of
Tar for hoarseness and find it the I ASTHMA CURE FREE I.
{ the railroads,will,bring. The thousand best arsenic and potash and the large numberof .
remedy I ever tried. It the face and lotions
stop powders generallyused
tons were blown right off the surface of congh.immediately and re-
in this class of diseases cover
fi the ground. O'n Buffalo.river a shaft ness." Take none but Foley's. Wilson & up
for short time but
'it"( a cannot remove per- Asthmalene Brings Instant Relief and Perma-
[ has been sunk through sixty-seven Son.
manently the. ugly blotches and the red.disfiguring ,
;t of zinc. Near Dodd City there Is a shaft pimples. nent Cure ,in All Cases.SEXT .

!:f 125 feet deep, :ninety feet of it through Fruitful Turkey. Eternal vigilance is the price i

/', pay ore. Between Dodd City and Harrison Cotton grows splendidly In many of a beautiful complexion ABSOLUTELY' FREE OX RECEIPT OF POSTAL.
a claim of eighty acres for which parts of the Turkish empire and so
when such remedies are relied on. WRITE YOUR NAME AND ADDRESS PLAINLY.
Is now held to be does tobacco. Olives, apples pears all .
$2.50 an acre was paid ,
Mr.H.T.Shobe, 2704 Lucas Avenue St. LOUIS.
worth 100000. sorts of plums peaches apricots Mo.,says: "My daughter was afflicted for yean
pomegranates, tomatoes melons, lemons with a disfiguring eruption on her face which
The zinc vein Is.thesame'that, made There is nothing like Asthmalene.
resisted all treatment. She was taken to two
Joplin Mo Ten million dollars worthof squashes, quinces and oranges celebrated health springs, but received no bene- CHAI NED It brings instant relief, even in the
zinc has been mined at Joplin abound. The provinces which owe allegiance fit. :Many medicines were prescribed, but with worst cases. It cures when all else fails. t'
ore out result until we decided to try S.S.S.,and by !!lOR TEal
since the vein was opened. Joplin miners to the sultan would feed ten the time the first bottle as finished the eruption r / The Rev. C. F. Wells of Villa Ridge f

have been skeptical about the zinc times the population.Labor began to disappear. A dozen bottles cured her YEAR SIll., says: "Your trial bottle of Asthmale&e s
left her skin smooth.
completely and perfectly
In Arkansas. They said that the "dip" I She is now seventeen years old and not a sign of in good condition. I cannot tell
In Japan. the embarrassing disease has ever returned." you how thankful I feel for the good derived t
':.' in the vein would carry it far away Japan has no laws for the protection S. S. S. is a positive, unfailing cure for R d from it. I was a slave chained with
: from the Yellvllle district. 1 putrid sore throat and asthma for ten
the worst forms of skin troubles. It is
of labor or restricting the employmentof
I despaired of being cured I
years ever
An'old Joplin miner came down this
the of all blood and the
t women and children. greatest saw your advertisement for the cure of
l: way not long ago and told one of the I : only one guaranteed purely vegetable. this dreadful and tormenting disease asthma
: ::: district owners'that:the laws of metallurgy : To the Public. : Bad blood makes bad complexions.S I and thought you had overspoken yourselves -
i : dead and invigorates bat resolved to give it triaL To> .
r and geology were .against .Anow me to say a f \words in praisofChamberlain's purifies './ a
', the old and my astonishment the trial acted like a.
'there being any"zinc here. The local r
Cough Remedy. I hada "
new rich blood Send me a fullsized bottle.
: miner went, Into his shack and got a very severe cough and cold and fearedI / /
nourishes the
'k drill. He bored a hole put In a blast would get pneumonia, but after taking that Rabbi of the Cong. Bnai Israel

.<;Y, and blew two tons of zinc from the very the second dose of this medicine I felt skin .active and body and and keeps in the New York, Jan. 3, 1901.
healthy proper Drs.Taft Bros1 Medicine Co.
better three bottles of it cured cold
: which the doubter had been my
spot on its towardscarrling Gentlemen
. condition to perform part : Your asthmalene is an excellent -
and the in chest
pains disappeared
standing. a my off the impurities from the body.If remedy for asthma and hay fever.
who for entirely. I am most respectfully yours Eczema Tetter Acne Salt and its composition alleviates all troubles
Many of those are waiting you have f
for health RALPH S. MEYERS 64 Thirty-
which combine with asthma. Its is
the coming of the railroad to enrich Rheum Psor asis or your skin is rough / success
i:. seventh street, Wheeling W. Va. For astonishing and wonderful. After having
;. them are now barely able to eke out a sale by Wilson & Son. and pimply, send for our book on Bland ic carefully analyzed we can state that

',: living but the knowledge that there Is Skin Diseases and write our phYSI- Asthmalene contains no opium chloroform ,
cians about your case. No charge wbab or ether. Very truly
a good time coming buoys them up. '
Kansas Ulgh and Low. ever for this service. EVERY RiNG9 REV. DR. MORRIS WECUSLEB.RELIEF. .
i ,. 'The first discovery of zinc In this region Wyandotte county averaging only SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY: ATLANTA. GA.Kodol.

v was made In Arkansas and not In 700 feet above the sea level. Is the low- I Avon Springs X. Y., Feb. 11901.

fj Missouri, but the discoverers did not in Kansas. _____ _________ ___ Dr. Taft Bros. Medicine Co.
est point Cheyenne county Gentlemen: I write this testimonial from
;I."i.k4 on tne Colorado border. -i.uuu reel a sense of duty having tested the wonderful effect of your Asthmalene for the cure of asth
I cbove the sea. Is the highest. ma. :My wife has been afflicted with spasmodic asthma for the past 12 years. Having ex-
: hansted my own skill as well as many others. I chanced to see your sign upon your windowson
. 130th street New York. I at once obtained a bottle of Asthmalene. My wife commenced
: Dormant Accounts. taking it about the first of November. I very soon noticed a radical improvement. After
r There Is in Maine savings banks $T2, using one bottle her asthma has disappeared and she is entirely free from all symptoms. Ifeel
502.54 belonging! to individuals who Dyspepsia Cure that I can consistently recommend the medicine to all who are afflicted with this dis-

have done no business with the banks tressing disease. Yours respectfully, 0. D. PHELPS, M. D.

for more than a score of years. what Dr.Taft Bros' Medicine Co.
Digests you'eat. Gentlemen: I was troubled with asthma for 22 years. I have tried numerous remediesbut

4 "Last winter an infant child of mine It artificially digests the food and aids they have all failed. I ran across your advertisement and started with a trial bottle.
In and I found relief at, once. I have since purchased your full-size bottle and I am ever gratefuL
violent form Elder Nature strengthening reconstructing
had in
croup a says I have family of four children and for six years was unable to work. I am now in the
John W. Rogers, a Christian Evangelist, the exhausted digestive or best health and am doing business every day. This testimony you can make such use oC
of Filley, Mo. "I gave her a few dosesof gans. It is the latest discovered digest- as you see fit. Home address 235 Rivington street. S. RAPHAEL, .
F- Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and ina ant and tonic. No other preparation 67 East 129th st., New York City.
: caapproach it in efficiency. It Instantly ,
# short time all danger was past and the ;
hild recovered." This remedy not only relieves and permanently cures
clues croup, but when given as soon a"s Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn,

,,, .. '., the first symptoms will preventthe Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea,
rt r appear andallotherresultsofimperfectdigestion. not delay. Write at once addressing DR. TAFT BROS' :MEDICINE CO., 79 East
: 1 A r ,, attack. It contains no opium or oth Sick Headache,Gastralgia,Cramps 130th st., New York City.So1d.
4I' : r,* er harmful substance and may be given .

.,' --, as confidently to a baby as to an adult. Price 50c.and(1. Large size contains 2H time! "toySeaboard All Druggists.
\ ; For sale by Wilson & Son. email size.Book all about dyspepsia mailedre

", .,.;;1 N Prepared by E. C. DeWITT A CO. Cbiccso
't, h fr Desk Light.
, Sold by B. E Wilson & Son.
'.4.. f" 1N EMBRYO ,ZIXO !lTh"E.I .. Desks and tables for the use of children The Air-Line RailwayOAPJTAL
it is impossible
or adults either where '
fortune. were HARPER'SHAIR
realize their good They
to have an overhead light BALSAM
f. looking for silver and didn't consider In Cl&d0C0 aDd beamifieIh.. halt CITY ROUTE.
.iH should always be so arranged con Promote* a huumct growth.
__ ,.,;;<: zinc worth noticing. That was over nection with the windows that the l Never !ails to Bestow Grs y
flair to its
:' thirty years ago. Two farmers' girls light will fall upon the book or paper (due scalp dictates* hair fellingiccandU The Shortest Route. The Best Line.
)at DruggiiU
They were driving
made, the discovery.
from the left side.Srdney .
:: j t;: home the cows one evening when DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE

V :; they found pieces of a shining mineral and London. BEREiSffifaCA5TINGSA ,

x :i They took theni home and showed Taking the distance as the crow files SAArMs'vaatd Including Sundays.
them to their fathers who thought the I tlaun heg.l n9iny5 f
; .I Sydney, 10,120 miles is the most distant -TO-
;: mineral was silver. A company was cities from London.For .
w" formed to prospect for silver and prospecting t' ot W Savannah, Columbia, Southern Pines,
., found a Over Fifty Years xrc+ tie"woe ces6ASeEMEaAipRVAI
t. They
: was begun.
MBS.Wl 8LOW'8OOTHl a STRCP has been S. Richmond Washington Baltimore
J. : ledge rich In the shining ore and imported used for over fifty years by millions of mothers BOAT FRAMESDYSPEPTICIDE J
L-> metallurgists to tell them for their children while teething with perfect GERE LAu"E'Ms"ui1 6Rti+laRA C MIct .
:. ,two success. !soothes the child soften the sums Philadelphia New York
:' ;, ', Just what It was. The experts built allays all patn.cures wind colic, and is the best ,
remedy for Diarrhoea. It will relieve the poor
' :> a smelter which Is still standing. dttle sufferer immediately. Sold by DruggistsIn Through Pullman: :: T1eepers.
not silTer every part of the world. Twenty-flye cents The greatest aid to DIGESTION.
mineral was
Finding and ask for "Mrs. Wins-
t/ Be
bottle. sure
/!' .,-= 'they abandoned the ledge and It a tow.P a,thintf">yrun" anti tasp no other kind To PATENT Good Ideas Only Line Operating Through Pullman Car Service Jacksonville .

; that the ledge has to New Orleans.For .
1 is only very lately CAS'X'OBJA.: may be secured by

}.':. > been staked out as'. a.zinc claim. TheMorning The Kin1 Yon HawAiwajs Bought our aid. Address, further information, write
<-- Star mine'as the site is now Bean the A THE PATENT RECORD, w ;. E. L. BUNCH Gen. Pass. Agent A. 0. MicDONELL. Gen. Pass. Agent,

j- .. of Signature f d ,,-# I Baltimore Portsmouth Va. Jacksonville, fU I.
t. called contains the greatest deposit of pubecridouE w The :stew HtcorC iuxipi? JAS. M. BARE Yiee-President and General Manager, Portsmouth Va. .

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c Ii1tt : t', JOOCOA .BUSINESS. DIRECi Y., -. ..,.. -. .,. BH8to ,:Viand TMisa' i 'Mary,:D Jtc 1" arrivedon : ',' T MIHS. ', -" < -.'

; ;_ W;HUGHLETT,1 ovtrThe;'Mt DC' L.'TD' .NE4; ,.... ,<<, .'- "t, .. ...-;: ;. Thursday and'are domiciled: ',; in. 'their 'Cap and.MJ'S- Coggin; of- Focklete. ;
t .D.;D. 8.--Office* :, :Indian River -" home on Barton avenue.. in
% : \ Drag CD'S storesrthe leading Dm g estabUsh- 1..." /H' .0' Tso. spent;Saturday: Minis. HCouqhs

; ? n t '- ;meat of the, Indian. _rJTer comitry.-: '.' ?, . 'i . 'Mf&.:E.A.&ecd-arriged Chatfield, and,rnother;Mrs.Racnael .' A number are shipping brangea. .FiLe

'Ir ;cam,. '.WILLIAM'SINDLR-Undertaker and JEmbalmer. t, now }Sunshine K. cottage Tuesday and fruit and good prices seem to be 'hf 111eM -..
in ,
.;: ; and is taking ,the 4 '
Bicycle Maebine'8up1ies.
c = ,Tinning and Pipe Fitting..RepairlDgof ::1: sunshine after: being long closed. ; S91 A va Coward was visiting at home I "My wif a bad a deep-stated amffc

:: Every Description. Agent forBeveridge. ; Several days this week, retarnirg to Shl- for three years. purchased ewe
_L t Steam, ,1(looter. -. "; TEA Miss Clemson, has rented the 'White loh'Friday. bottles of Ayers Chenr Peter,

'4BANg'LIPPPractieal'6)ioemaker'; : Forty, cottage, on: Barton. avenue, 'winch was Mr. Bennett went to Bockledge $atur- large size, and it cured her cea-

,years-experience; all kind1'of repairing . .. occupied last Winter: by Geo. Sebring and day.returning Monday with: Capt. Cog- pletely.' CsL
-' ;_', done;nice and:cheap; also lad ea'and men's family; and has taken possession. for the gin after oranges.'Thanksgiving J. H. Burse, Alices
Y : t. shoes order: ; winter .

r I ,: :. .- .:flO TO'J.. M. SANDERS,. The Old Sellable BISCUIT There are bat,few. of the regular win here. Several was observed in a quiet Probably you know of
r 1 ; ', {:' 'Store, ;for good,) fresh and 'reliable goods residents yet to comp., There has way family gatherings were
fi ,euch',as Dry.Goods, Saddlery; Crockery been a' enjoyed. School was dismissed.Mr. cough medicines that relieve
great influx the
t a : :" ':Hats,Trunks and a full line of Groceries past two weeks,
'" .' Krrnodle Atlanta arrived Sat &
arid'ockJedge is' herself again,'getting little coughs +
} .. ,
J JABVIS HOUSE-Open all the ..year .round. / ready to lout on gala attire. nrday, and is located at East Mima, whichis oas/
.-.: Pleasant. location'facing the river on' riverfront to be his home.: His family has not coughs, except deep
# > Rates special terms by Mrs.'G, \V.:Boyett and Clarence
1 1 : $2.00 per-day.; son, yet arrived. that has
-: the week or month.MELBOURNE ', of Mims, arrived :Monday, Mrs. Boyettfor The medicine
; .N
.' visit with her friend Mrs. 'Mrs. Boyette and son Clarence went toRockledge of
: :. ,." .. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. a ; Coward, been curing the worst
Monday where Clarence has
and Clarence to take his old'position withG. ; a
: ; MELBOURNE STATE BANK-Capital15- Nv Hatch as position with Hatch's store, ,Mrs. B. will deep coughs for sixty
delivery boy.
: 000. F, H. Fee president; C.M. Horton, B&KIPowdet visit there
for few .
It '. ..-,.,,.,..: cashier.. The only bank'ou the lower river Mr. and Mrs..F,F. Taylor, of Pierson, a days.A years is Ayers CherrY
'' and the pineapple region of Brevard county. Mich., are late arrivals at The Plaza. party of young men went to Black: Pectoral.
; -', .,':, 'troB'1"PIJmCE BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Everything is being thoroughly renovated Point duck hunting Saturday. When the .
'.< Ai!
: Tim sees:2Sc,5Oc.,ft trees.
. rains descended; and the floods *
'-. and that hostelry will be more at- came,
; i C. P. PLATTS-Physician and' Surgeon. and the winds blew and beat them :
tractive than usual upon ,
Y Ibis winter. A fine _
tab "
tt he
f Conrolt year doctor m +
; r ... Calls to point .on 'the fiver promptly J"
any. they decided that duck hunting not then do M t. urIt ba yue
orchestra has been was kS -T
f answered. Fo-t Pierce;FI\Jrlda., to Uke it. then dent take fca s.
desirable and started for home. Leas tt with him. r w lir.J. ___
Mrs. Fannie Taylor of Newark N.J. iYLR .....
y Perfect, Delicious, .C. co..1.0. -
arrived Thursday, and iSthe, guest of her Capt. Sams of New Smyrna, who has a

Appet ing. ... cousin; Mrs. C. \V. Harrison. Mrs.,Tay contract for fencing the F. E C. railway, 1

.{ f1- lor is welcomed by.a large number of has his large houseboat anchored off from Annual Conference.
Jones' wharf Capt.Coggin's launch and
'I coned at high noon on the 20.h inst., acquaintances in Rockledge and Cocoa At the semf-anrmii met'tinft of the
houseboat have also been here
to whom she endeared herself several most of
and'the couple were attended by thebrjde's
board of hhhnpg of the MnthodiH Epwtt-
; ; the week, which, with the smaller boats
while here.
sister and husband Mr. and Mrs.L. years ago
; pal church, recently hfl l in Cincinnati,
( and tents on the shore: make it look quite
ill1h - ,': M. Roberts. The bride was gownedin The yacht Rainbow came in Monday business like. the date for the meeting of the annual

1 tan broadcloth, trimmed in brown from New York and brought in tow the session of the bt Johns River rsfrreoee

-, silk and white applique. Mrs. Roberts' launch Rover, the latter: belonging to It Daisies the World. was #>l for January Itith, 1901 Bishop

il' dress was green broadcloth and trimmedin Nero Footman. The Rainbow is L. F. Fitz;-raU, of St. Lull, Mo will pr.Wt. t
white tucked silk and black applique. Pettee's 'new sail boat. Fred Nelson created discovery in medicine has ever Bishop Fitzgerald is the |"**$I Itt of tbS
one of the 'excitement
T HAfiCOCR'S LIQUID SULPHUR After the ceremony the party and guests brought them down outside nearly all that has been caused by Dr. King's New well known UI can Grove Curopoid4ie(

repaired to the dining' room where a the way and had a pleasant tripalthouxh: Discovery for Consumption Its severest and Chaiitatiqua a.%,*t i}My. The l taioa4d

: CURES sumptuous wedding dinner was spread, at times was a little rough. There were tests have been on hopeless victims of the conference will be hM t. Aye

t.t'tf 1 ECREMA, TETTER, PIMPLES, DIP- to which full justice was done. Mr. and on board Wm. Scott and W..G. Holding consumption, pneumonia, hemorrhage, 'tona

t. THERIA, SORE THROAT, Mrs. Wyatt left for Braidentown at 1:05 beside Capt. Nelson pleurisy and bronchitis, thousands of .
; ), m. amid the'best wishes of all. whom it has restored to perfect health.
-'j ;:. and all blood and skin diseases.For sale by Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Merwin and Mrs. For coughs, colds asthma, croup, hay ROBBINS

-. ; W. J. CRAYFORD. ROCKLEDGE.Mr. Gillet arrived Thursday from their Mil- fever, hoarseness and whooping cough his

r at i f ; ford, Ct., home and are. now in their the quickest, surest cure in the world.It .
1 .A. W. Hardee is shipping oranges.Mr. home in Rockledge. Mr., Merwin is in is sold by Wilson & Son and J. B, & GRAHAM

"i I INDIAN RIVER( RIPPLES.Jku ( Gep. .Sebrings house' is nearly poor health and is now confined to his Screven, who guarantee satisfaction or -
ready for and is a convenientand refund money. Large bottles 50c. and CO.
occupancy room, although gaining a little since his
:{ : Paragraphs Personal and Newsy Briefs comfortable residence.A arrival. He has been in a sanatoriummost $1.0t). Trial bottle free. 1 (Ioo.rporated. Paid up G-pital .iirl Bt.) ,

; : at Towns Along the Coast.cocoA. brilliant forest fire on the island pre- of the summer. His'grandson, Mr. Norway English. This company own 1auMh

,, ', . sented .an interesting spectacle to resi- D. Merwin, and wife arrived Fridayand The proportion of people In Norway in the Indian River ...-
:: i dents on this side.Monday night. are stopping here fir a tune before who speak English is larger than in on the St. Lucie River
tJ .. ..- Mr. J. F.' Wooten the state fair Mr. and' Mrs. J. E. Bottler went to proceeding to their winter home at Eden. any other country of the world. ai New River, and on Biscay

s'f .'"' Oast,week. Malabar to spend Thanksgiving with ne Bay.
Sound Sleepers.A .
..r ' ; J. .. Dr. Daniel left Friday for Fort Pierce Mrs. B's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Schuyler.Mr. .
The Misses Band here recent traveler In central Africa
are occupyingthe PRICES TO SUIT THE TUBS.
t to look after his 'dental practice at that
,', L. F. Pettee's new house is under : Taylor ottare.Ca : gives several instances of the capacity
Send for land listOFFICES
{' place. roof and begins to show some signs of the for 'sleep developed by his Arab serv-
i> I J' t ,t. Simonds, who was here two . .
'j I Mr. W. G. Paterson, Sanders valued !elegance and beauty it will present when ants. He mentions one of these men AT
Hi 1 }foookkeeper.puta in any extra time that he I finished. yeaN#> and occupied Mrs. Black's cot as being undisturbed by the dischargeof TITUSVILLE AND MIAMI.
i I, tage, is expected here day. He and
!' 't; Bias in hunting the rattler. Clarence Smith arrived Friday, havingleft firearms within two feet of his
x his family are now on the way. They
Prof. and Mrs. Smith entertain the his mother and Don to enjoy a visit will occupy the parsonage cottage this head. t

J 'rti.', members of the high school at their home with friends in Jacksonville. They will winter, now btingmade ready for them. A Physician Testifies."I }
' this Friday evening i from 7 to 9 o'clock. come this week. to
.l tl ,\ Miss Newell, grand nice of F. W. Ly- have taken Kodol Dyspepsia Curt-
':. : J. C. Gihert has opened a livery stable Mr. Thos. Gibbon arrived Friday from man, who, with her brother, Frank, and have never used anything in my life
*. + ( the old stand of Chas. Crabb and every Olcott, N. Y., where he spent the sum "
, '. at spent a winter with us a few years ago, that did me the good that did, says
I : effort'will be made to accommodate mer. He is visiting his sister, ,Mrs. Jno. is now here, her brother having met County Physician Geo. W. Scruggs, "of

:?i. !!<; .the public. Dymock, and family.. with a most serious accident by which Hall county, Ga. "Being a physician I

f 1' . Mr. A..,A. Taylor visited the bank Fri Mr. N. Bristol and sister, Miss A. A. he lost one of his arm:, made it necessaryfor best have result prescribed" If it the and food found you it eat to remains give the 3y

& ,v: day for the first time in several weeks. the father to not come just yet.. undigested in your stomach it decays

j I L He has been suffering from his old complaint Mr. Guy Simmons, who will occupy there; and poisons the system. You can

j SCe; asthma. lRepaifring Mr. Bag et's hone: with his. sister, Mrs. prevent tins oy dieting but that mean

I i _< Miss Dodson, a teacher in our school, Hempstead, i ia .litre. His father and starvation. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests '
what, eat. You need suffer from neither
; : :, entertained her brother from Friday over Neatly mother will be here later on, and will dyspepsia you nor starvation. The worst j

g 1'I ," Sunday. Mr. Dodson's home is in Cali- i occupy the house purchased of Mr. King- cases quickly cured. Never fails. Wilson L rr l

f'. 1 )u'j .forniaand he was much pleased with Cocoa l I man last winter and which is now being & Son.
I . .. .. _
i}. : i and Rockledge and their picturesque DoneN renovated for their use this season. WHEN THE FIREBUG IS AROUND
1. 1
J'...", ..: ';c- :'. ..""'ene.' r. The cool weather causes much uneasiness GEO. XL BOBBINS, F. A. MORGAN It is some romfurt to feel 1 that you are

r 'T .: : A troupe of nimrods visited the westside thought of such a to some of our, truckers who have President. Actuary. properly lIl unll. J.

.\." I r. on a hunt for Thanksgiving cheer. tender vegetables. The last cool spell l lI BREVAEDAbstract This security is ohtaimtl at a trifling

,;: I ; They were John Gore, VVm. Moore, J. sign for a medicine did you ? I did some harm to vegetables in places. outlay.

;. c, Gibert, Fred Travis and T. G. Ronald. The thermometer was up in the forties, - ,-- ------.... FIRE INSURANCE

.. ': The game bagged has not yet been re Well, it's a good sign for and where there was any breeze at all no of TitleCOMPANY rates are not high, arid when eomUiered

a- .,;. ;: 3 ,ported. They left Sunday morning. Scott's damage was done. The truckers should in connection whit the gout beiiftitacon
1 J body remember this when such ferred low No
planting at are man of
:,' .: At the spelling contest between the ------ very propeftj
,. / seasons when a possible cold spell i is should neglect! to crave it fuly!
has to be
., boys and girls. of &h grade, the girls repaired like other
"} .;: again carried off the palm. There were likely. The oranges were not hurt. Such C. S. SCHUYLER,

. .. eight boys and six girls and Miss Vir- things and Scott's Emulsion is cool weather seems a them sa Will' furnish abstracts of title Titusville Fla.
., it to color the and the for lands in Brevard county.
helps ripen
them all down. John
$( : ,. ;. ginia spelled -
the-medicine that does it. fruit. We have been here nearly thirty OFFICE UNDER LAW -
a > .' Bracco stood the longest among,the boys. OFFICE OF MOTLOW
.' years, and the above has been our ex- GEO. M. BOBBINS. R.. L. *
What's the matter with the chalk that These bodies
+ :, poor wear out perience. As a rule this cool weather is
.-. :, is used at the school that it causes the rrr. si
hurtful to the at this
f i # from not orange crop John R. Walker.
from C. H. Swain.
hands to crack and the worry, over-work
Jr : ; pupils' season of the year. Usually exceedingwarm
i:. : ,'',' peal off? The board of health should investigate weather is 'to be followed
from disease. apt by
r ; f "Y .: and analyze the stuff and if They get thin hurtful cold; the tree being in a grow- John R. Walker & Co. : /k/

f :t, ." poisonous or injurious in any way it and weak. Some of the new ing condition makes it susceptible of ,

f -. should be abandoned, and something harm when cold weather comes, whichis -DEALERS IN- r, l -- ?
j Q 0i -
I i V.: ." I : pure procured. ones are not well madeandall very apt to be the case after very DRY GOODS

f::-. t f ' The reception given by the ladies ofi' of the old warm spells.
ones are racked
.' j the Avilah to celebrate the sixth anniyer- MILLINERY,

: 1 -sary of its organization last Saturday was from long usage. NATHAN.Mr. FURNITURE

r: -i .a pleasant affair and well attended. The and Mrs. N. 0. Penny arrived ,
vf : ladies served lemonade and cake and Scott's Emulsion fixes all home Tuesday.W. .

'I"Ife rv f ::T- : pleasant.. smiles and greetings. .....Among kinds. It does the work both C. Peterson returned to his home
out of town .1)1.
<<; i me - guests were iurs.
from Boston last week.
f .' Thompson, Merritt; Mrs. Fannie Taylor, 9
inside and
r out. It makes soft Beans here were not damaged by the
. R Newark, N. J..Miss; Remson, New York; '
p\ ;1 :.., Mrs. J. E; Bettler 1 S. Rockledge; Mrs. bones hard, thin blood red, cold and are looking fine.

f Zellner,Covington, Ky. Mrs. M. B. Burns and daughtergMissIsabelle FINE WHISKIES HUES, BR1SDIES,
weak +
f t ,. The Thanksgiving exercises, given in lungs strong, hollow called on friends here Thursday GINS, BOTTLED BEERS

i I e the high school room by members of the places full. Only the best ma- afternoon. . $ "

different departments was witnessed by Capt. G. deG. Schuyler is remodelinghis l 'i TITUSVILLE and COCOA.
terials are used in the _. _
patchingand - -
about thirty parents and patrons. The yacht Erl King, making her into an .r.> t ate

j, children acquitted themselves with creditto the patches don't show auxiliary cruiser.; '. ; I I I.,... EAST COAST MEAT MARKET
their teachers. The whole I
was enjoyed /
through the new glow of health. Messrs. 0. A. Quartennan, Jr.George G.
by those present. Limited time and b'i\ it'' t.. .' DTJREH, Agent,
Quarterman Jr., and Harry Bischoff and t
space forbid printing the lengthy program. No one has to wait his turn. Miss Sylvia Morton called on Mr. and f ill'IotdV.. ,), .d\'JGoP
This celebration and recognition of the
You can do it Mrs. N. O. Penny Sunday afternoon. Ea
day has taught the pupils the significance yourself-you &r Fier.

of its meaning, causing much study on -H and the bottle. Mr. and Mrs. N. 0. Penny called on G 1v b t
:Mrs. Burns, of Canaveral, Friday afternoon -
/ the subject by the pupils. Two excellent :. FOUSTSD BOTTLE SODA, : oat
} t ; essays were given, telling of its origin, -- This picture represents .- :Mr. Penny with the assistance: i '
of Burns killed the "fatted calf' CONFECTIONS, FRUIT, S .. z
etc., containing much American history. lam the Trade Mark of Scott's 11
Your correspondent has received' ant t Emulsion and is on the

account of the wedding of Miss Minnie '; I, wrapper of every bottle. Titusville, Fla. :
,. Elizabeth .Johnson and Mr. Matthew A I stall
!ItH" Send for free sample.
i1 Hause Wyatt which occurred I 3 ," .
74 -' home of the bride's sister Mrs. l : SCOTT & BOWNE a e. [.
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j, ', : .e' Roberts, in Jacksonville, and we know t- .b _: 409 Pearl St.. New Loans Notary Public Best Cough Syrup. Tastes Good Use
i'} : .> .f ,k::_ .ft\" her friends will be glad to read the account ? 4f-
. f. t. ;;* so we .:.t. Th.' wadding oc- __ i'Il't1n Soc. and $I. all druggist1 \,... 1 led 1 TITCSVILLE, FLA. Titusville, Florida.
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