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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: December 6, 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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Volume ID: VID00603
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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'" :' "T ..Jt9. " Fw R it hardly seems probable, thaa.tiieseinterests. as 10allow the states:'to regulate manufacturing . "" .
,, . ., many of 'them foreign and or trading corporations en- '
y T"" r i alien,will be able' to outweigh the, will gaged.In l Interstate commerce" and a COUCHS. ASTHMA.
sot oaeglect s Conch FoleJ's Hone end
x The Nation's Lawmakers Have' Plenty of of the,American people Inn American :hird .favoring: "the'.assumption,,by the (bid,u delsts are o! Tar isgatiranteedtogdvedauercna. ;

s .' Business on Hand. congress national jroveniuifut of a' 4arRpr and te nHoneyandTari. Foley's prompt relief i all C&5eI
The 'new'Hay-Pauncefote' has Asthma. Do not cw.
; Special Correspondence of The Florida tarV.sHINGTON perhaps exclusive rontrol of all such pleasant, tats and ea his with othermedidaContainaaoop
happily .brushed away the last diplo- corporations and their regulation. by r that hu failed to giis
.\ ,; Dee. 3.Now: the' presIdent matic obstacle to the building ,of a act of coujrress.. goeraateed, yea relief. ;

; : '. "has 'congress on his. hands," strictly American waterway.: While' There will be bpm the representatives -

what he will do with It or It will do.. the text' of the treaty' has not been : of' four territories knocking loudlY Foley's CONSUMPTION.Honey end hoaha..WtuGrif LA CRIPPL .

; with'him the n threeor. four months made public'In advance of its.submission for admission to statehood-Oklaho- Tar dad sot hold out OQ probe l: neel a

; : will reveal, The'phrase "'has"congress' to congress- there has been no at. ma. Indian Territory Arizona and New false hope ll1 advanced 0ablemedlsdns14ksFo-
terapt to conceal its essential ME'xleo-and it Is asserted that little stageebutolaimatogi ley'9 Hone, and Ta
i on his hands" has not, however, the provi relief In the very worst 0 heal reG la.qs
I troublesome signIficance had when. sions. Indeed, while the Porto Rico wants to break into the curiae.and In early stages flop the nclBl cow

J traditions of diplomacy respecting Union ,as a full fledged state without to effect cure. inadastaltothisCROUP.
first used In reference to President '
crecy, there seems to have been both In going through the preparatory school
Cleveland and the national lawmakers .
I London and Washington almost a'stud- of territorial existence. It is Intimated PNEUMONIA.
: oaaanda of Infants Dr.J. a. Bishop of -
,since, the present 'executive Is In political led effort that' the Porto Ricans who
to acquaint the people of prominent d children dia pearly ew.lIich.,IaJC."I have
i .harmony with the majority of both both countries with its main features. were here .some: weeks ago nominallyfor f croup, every one o sed F'cley! Honey

? branches 'congress and there seem At all events, the American public does the purpose of studying our business eee innocents could and Tu In three veravebeensandhadFo

t ? - likely to arise. no very serious obsta knowwhat: it contains and it is apparently methods and industrial system Honey and Tel I.vere the cases past moath of Pesamley'e with

cles Ip the way of securing legislation 'satisfied with that 'knowledge.That really had for their prime mission "lay- given thank Intime.BANNER. fesulta,-

In line with the recommendations of It will be ratified Is conceded. Ing pipe" to get the Island made a

a his message: Chairman Hepburn of the interstateand state. SALVE is a Healing Wonder.

I 4'" The,membership of the house is now foreign commerce committee will Anyway there will undoubtedly be
at Its. maximun r357-this being the B. K. WILSON & SON.
reintroduce the canal bill In, substantially one probably two and possibly three

i first time in several. years that. every the form In which It passed the more stars In Old Glory next Fourth of

house In the last congress and will July. SAMUEL HUBBABO.

press It with vigor. No delay Is ex-
:F No one can reasonably for Florida East Coast
pected in the committee, as the whole hope good Ry.
; health unless his bowels move once each
subject has been canvassed thoroughly.The .
day. When this is not attended to dis
house Interstate,and foreign commerce orders of the stomach arise, biliousness
; Time Table No. 33. In Effect 1 1901.
r committee will also early Introduce headache, dyspepsia tend{ piles soon fol- Sept. ,

a Pacific cable bill practically low. If you wish to avoid these ailments SOUTH BOUND (Read Down. (Read Up) NORTH BOUND.

identical with that reported from the keep your bowels regular hy taking Chamerlain's .
JNo.ilDaily lIio.U
o.s;; No.7; ha 0.1
J same committee in the last congress. ) Stomach and Liver Tablets 4 Daily Daily STATIONS. Daily Daily Dally -.

i / It provides for the laying of the cable when required. They are so easy to take W ex.Su530a sat.p & t tot

and mild and gentle "in eff t't. 'For sale ... ... alp lOOOa Lv........ Jacksonville ... .... Ar t -9 ma ...... s
.by a' private corporation under a contract hy Wilson & Son. 4 a "yp 1001a: .......So Ja<'ksonville..Lv. 65.p 852t--- y
with the postmaster general, with pIA .. .. 615p ll1:a ........ St. Augustine... .... 3 Sup 750ft ...... H 0 0
alternative an provision for the buildIng A Z Eof ...... 700pl2C8p .........East Palatka.......... 4 top 100a ...... > \JIll
of the cable by the government if Cash :\eeded. a ...... 734p 1234p H........... Neoga ............. .. 41&P407p 6. ..... Q ttJ
". The while I flounder in deep debt Q W r ...... "/ 4jplZf:p ...........Bunnells: ...... .... 61k... 03d >
no satisfactory contract can be made. This thought has crossed my mind: Z .1".".. ...... 7522p 12 Sip ......?.....Dupont........... ", 4 OOpS12p ...... -q
The necessity for the canal is generally Soft coal is just as hard to get 0 UJ .. 820p 125p137p ............Ormond............ SiJap 3it1a ... w Hc 0
As other kind. < .:..: 8bOp840p ...........Daytona............ 32Ip b119a :... trj t"t: qA
yi conceded, and strong efforts will be any ...... 147p 44 ........Port Orange ...... ... 6:JUa .. ... t4"4
made to pass a measure providing for -Philadelphia Press .., 0 900p 2U'1r .........New Smyrna .. ..... 2 sap 5006. 2 bf R 0
USa ..... 0Du, ...........Oak Hill..2 ...... 20t1t
It either in line with the committee'sbill Stretching It.WillieWhat's o ::1 830e< ........... Titnaville.......... 1 .. .. IMp 0
or-upon a plan for more direct government f=i ..... .3O3p .. .......... ..Cocoa ............. Itep ...... ... .' x trj Ie
a dachshund muther? Ft 1; ...... ...... ledge .... 111Ip '. .. ...... 03 bI
control Mother-Phy, iny dog that's bin run M. 0 .....r ... ... !6p ...........lraaz .Tunetion..... 12 4dp ...... ... ..' ..... A... 0
i The shipping subsidy bill will of . ...,.. ... ... ;q-;;) ,1......... Melbourne.........." 1:57 ...... ..... w xto
through a clothes. wringer, me son.- o Ft ....... ........ 05p ........... Sebastian.......... 1157&...... ..... 0 x d
course be reintroduced substantially as Chicago News. ..: ...... ...... bJ'. ........St. Lucie........... 11 lla .. ......... t2j-
M& I l It appeared In the Fifty-sixth congress. ..... a ....... ..... ti5-p .. .......... Fort Pierce......... 1105& ...... .... a'C
,41 ) -4 ............... '. ............Tibbala........... 10 tea...... ...... to 0 tQt
4.; t. and its supporters will press it with If yon would have an appetite like a b H ..............2 2.p ............. .Eden............. It 10Sa!! ...... ..... isjr .w.
r ': t I even more vigor than before, while the hear and -a relish fur your meals take I...... ...... "!)')p ............Jensen.......'... 1027alUlTa .----. ------ .....
; a 4't {44 Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tab- to .... ...... 3.............Stuart............ -......-..,...- b x ...
4 ,fl. V \ same strenuous opposition is likely. sq:: < ............... ..........HobeSound........... 11 9 .$a....... ...... y wo
There is sure to ,be an interesting ets. They cnrnrt disorder of the z ............. .7725p 44 .... ...West Jupiter.. ... .. 936a .. .. .. .. tjo d
;? stomach and regulate the liver and -4 ...... ...... .6 .......West Palm Beach....... 9 out .............
ti ; contest over tariff concessions, and possibly towels Price 2o: cents. free a ...... ...... ...........Boynton............. 88Ka..... ...... .... b
'. SPEAKER W'DEBSON. the larger question of general tar- amplt'S at m Eot ............... 30p ............Delray........ 8233. ..... s
,. ' Wilson & Son's drnir ftore.: ...... ...... ......Fort Lauderdale....,... 3...... j s
} . district h'us been represented. The va iff revision may be Involved. The pendIng II ............... ........Lemon City........ .. .... .........
*'-> reciprocity treaties in the senate .... .. .... .. .. Ar.. .... .. . .Miami......,....Lv 65'a... ... .... .
.: will undoubtedly be*revived, and still Oars 35
Buffut Parlor un I'raiu and 73
The Kind You Hare Always Bought
Bean the .
other trade
'" ; ;; : : political changes are made. reciprocal propositions may No 2i No.19 No.17 piab No. | e No:
i : be brought forward. The concession Signature, #-.J-#. Bund Sund Daily Daily MAYPOET BRANCH. Sea
3 : ,: There are several contests over seats cf Only Only ex.Su O&lylito.oo
.' ! :.': In the house, which 'may'develop spirited which Is regarded by many as the most hoop 1010& 613p -8 alia Lv..Jacksonville.... .......... Ar 7 -.a 3' II .....

; . \;" partisan controversy. These are: vtial Is the one which it is proposed to 208p 1018a1050a C23p655p 838a ...............So. Jacksonville.............. 73.a' 537p! ......
extend to Cuba providing for the admission Advice to the Aged.Age 2 4Up 9 Ida It............. Pablo Beach .............- / 1 0K: 5 06p 11 .,....
; .';,; .Seventh district of Alabama, N. B. 245p 1056a 7 OOp713n! 9 Ida If .. .............Atlantic Beach... .......... ... iW& 5WpIJ ......
} '.1,' Spears versus John L. Burnett: Third of Cuban tobacco and sugar at brings Infirmities, such as slug 3rn 1110" A IUa Ar . .. .. ..Mavnort . Lv II Jr" t ......1113UAur aa ., ...

;i " ', district of Kentucky. J. McKenzie lower' duties than the Dingley! rates. diet bowels weak kidneys and blad .jNo.5o'Tn .:rv.airu. +ulto.4i P.uATK BRANCH u.auiNo.4' .' ,._, ... sDaily ;
Some of the in and TORPID LIVER. l IDaily'Daily Ds i
:' versus John S. Rhea Twelfth district strongest protectionists Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Utiiy'lily
': : '
congress like Senators Aldrich of 780pTSp750pl, !33p 12 SOp 11 &ia' 03oa855a Lv.. .Palatka r i 3tkt i 2-.a'12-'I": 15' 7:lip
/r..i of Missouri, W. M. Horton versus i 655p 4 a 1250p 1155a Ar..Eaiit Palatk. .ilv 1" .,-.",'t+ 6'" I''''' S 7txp
\ Rhode Island and Platt of .
p' .' }' James J. Butler; Third district of Connecticut. :. rNo ./ .o.
; :\ North Carolina. John E. Fowler versus are announced to he favorable to such Tutt's Pilshave i 's DailylDallyj35pI320a _SAN-- MATEO' y B..,. '.' ofA" tMilrlWIJ'

Charles R. Thomas Twelfth district concessions. The whole subject will '1 Lv... ................. ..... .East Palatlat. ...r........ ... . . Ar 1'.1"15
> ; undoubtedly arouse a good; deal of : Ar.. ..... . ..... .... ... .. San Mateo .. .. ... . . Lv
: of Ohio, John J. Lentz versus Emmett
spirited debate though accomplished I I No. 1Daily No. 2 No.ll lOT
Tompkins: Seventh district of South a specific effect on these organs, ORANGE CITY Dailyex.Su Daily SANFORD BRANCH. !p.g y
legislation is be In line
pretty likely BRANCH.
Carolina, A. H. Dantzler versus A. F. stimulating the bowels, causing themto ex.Su31upL ExSu flkdati

t Lever; Fourth Virginia C. with the protection theories of the ma perform their natural functions as ; v.......NeWSymrna.......Ar 640p 7 Ona''Lv..Titrisville... ..........Ar
'. district/or jority.In in youth andIMPARTING 421p .. .......Lake Helen........Lv 630p 718a ............... )limi..L* iN1t
t? ; E. Wilson versus Francis R. Lassiter. 43p .. ..OrangeCity....... 514p505p 83Ja: It .. ...... .....gioarn..a.... ... .. 11-
z'' :, In all these contests save that of conformity to the recommendationof VIGOR 4 45pAr..OrangeCityJc.: ..... 83.a" ...... ......Enterprise.uifonl. ... ..... .. .., Ilito
the national reciprocity conference 930a A' .. ......... .>- .. II .1198
.- t Lentz versus Tompkins the contest to the kidneys, bladder and LIVER.

-- '. ants are Republicans. The South Car. lately held In this city a bill will proba- They are adapted to old and young. These Time Tables show the times at which train may,., exoactei to arrive and .
: ollna case is especially Interesting and bly be Introduced providing for a department from the several stations, but heir arrival or d uart.,; the timesstat*! is taut gvma-
of commerce and industries teed. nor does the Company hold itself responsible, r/ delay or any eaaaeqaeeim wri*
bas but one parallel In the history of therefrom.
I whose head shall be a member of the
i the bouse. Mr. Lever was elected to HEAD ACHE"Both .
president's cabinet. As a part of this PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL
4 ;. succeed J. William Stokes who died

In July last. The election of Mr. STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI.
\ inr wife and myself have been
Stokes In 1000 followed
, was by a notice
using CASCARETS and they are the beat
; of contest by his Republican, opponent medicine we have ever had In the house. Last BETWEEN M1AMA,

: t A. II. Dantzler, and the con- week two days my.wife she tried was some frantic of your with CASCARETS headache for, Miami Mondays and Fridays... .10 05 pm Leave Havana Weds and Satordays....10 test was prosecuted and defended by and they relieved the paid in her bead almost! Arrive KeyWt'6t'l'ues.and Saturdays. 100 pm Arrive Key West Wed and Sat.. . 669 pia
.r immediately. We both recommend Cascarets." Leave Key West Tues. and Sundays... '111-)pm Leave Key West Thus and Suns 4 tI9 p.a
.. the parties thereto until the death of OHAS. STEDIFORD. Arrive Havana wed and Mondays. 5 30 am Arrive Miami Fridays and Monday ... 66A ass

a the former. The governor called an Pittsburg Safe & Deposit Co., Plttsburgr, Pte For copy of local time card address any Agent.

election to fill the vacancy. Mr. Lever # J. D. RAHNER. Asst. Gan. Pass. Agent. ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.

., who had been Mr. Stokes' private secretary A CANDY ,
-' ----- --
r, J was named by the Democrats f CATHARTIC .

< and received all the votes cast at the

; election. The Republicans, following Southern

1 up the claims made in the contest instituted '

by Mr. Dantzler, made no TIIADg k1AAM Rgt1a31g11gD

: : nomination, asserting that inasmuch as 1V

't :>: Dantzler had been legally elected in .

_." C 1900 the death of Mr. Stokes
producedno Pleasant. Palatable. Potent. Taste Good. Do
vacancy. Under established prece Goad Never Sicken. Weaken.or Gripe lOc. 2.)(:,50c. ailway wf

dent Mr. Lever's name goes on theclerk's
: Burling & >/ Compmj-,Chtetgo,Vaatreal few York. '11
preliminary roll but he will I f!
have to defend his title to the seat MO-TO-BAC Sold and naKTobacco all drugi -
5t.s to C lla.b1Always \.
against the claims set upi against

r Stokes by Dantzler In the original pro

; At the opening of a new congress It Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia,
Is as difficult to tell what it will do as Fresh. Hew York Cincinnati
'. ,$ to forecast the verdict of a petit Jury, '.1w ;ys the Best. CcuistiHt JItianta Birmingham
though there are some things that It
Chattanooga ntenipbis St. Louis Kansas City.
seems almost certain this congress bill there will be provision for the establishment ,

: will do. The principal of these is the of a permanent reciprocity A AND ALL, POINTS EAST AND WEST.
v authorization for digging the Nicaragua commission operating as a bureau of

canal, yet it cannot be hoped to the department and its duties shall be NO OTHER LINE AFFORDS SERVICE LIKE THIS

accomplish this without some opposition. to Investigate the condition of the

,; ", It is intimated that this opposition country's industries, with special ref- /XjP/fJ4| we sold everywhere.V THE NEW YORK & FLORIDA EXPRESSAND

t \ is already organized and is at erence tQ reciprocal trade with other ';' 1901 P<*1 Annual fur.
work on the quiet but will later put countries.In D. M. FERRY &CO., DETROIT, MICH.

,. up an open and vigorous fight It Is view of the treasury surplus legislation HH the East and North.

( .. said that the anticanal combination will be enacted for further reduction -
(" 1j is composed of the principal transcontinental of the war revenue tax, and an -
a .!.
jt :) railroad companies which nat. effort may be made to get rid of it alto- the West und North-West.

.. want to retain the business that gether.
/. orally I.woHARPER The line through "The Land of the Sky," Asheville, Hot
I' the Isthmian waterway would be like- The report of the industrial commission

ly to divert from them; the Panamas appointed by the last congress will Springs, N. C. Finest Summer Resort Section in the

Canal company, which has franchises be presented and may form the basisof World. Through Sleeping Cars from Jacksonville to

and an expensive though useless ditch some antitrust legislation. This Asheville and Hot Springs North Carolina.

a part way across the Isthmus that it commission accumulated a"ast KENTUCKYWHISKEY

i; hoped to unload upon this government amount of Information though it is Choice of Routes to Pan-flraerlcan exposition, Buffalo, n. Y.

1' round the Suez Canal com understood that It was not able to
at a figure:
Trains Pullman ; Cars
Through; Vestibuled Drawing-room Sleeping ThroBgll
S 4 4t pany, with which the Nicaragua canal agree upon all points. Three recom- Coaches Excellent Dining Car Service.
( mendations it Is said will be made- !
would be a competitor In the world'scommerce i

j t. ; the Pacific Mail Steamship one advocating "stricter antitrust legislation for Gentlemen Through Trains via the Southern Railway are Operated in Connection with i.

company, whose carrying trade It believes by the several states and by who cherish the Plant System from Jacksonville.

F :. would be materially affected.fH congress. without altering the present Quality. .
4 : Cl d toe l.u Ste.rlZZ.fO tr mg8a 4.lZ i rth )D22" bPtT.'Pa their fesLts ? l'ZTC'. }2tg -; aedYee,dad: !:d<<:e :cL<
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. c.tin > ,tF.A.IOSLtT,1.. ..LIOTLO1cj '', .ll.11.Ut1)'nA; nenera2passenger. gt., -W.11."I'.A LOt,Am. OeaYtatl,jC1rdgfrr'Ji :
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: J ; te33U+ commerce so ") .
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F : IH1RTY DI3HATLSEPIEMBER." ted.1Q n., : The' Poor Thing '. < ; :

: f goodness remarked ,.- _-,_- .. _ ,-.- ___ _, _
terestlng. fy old Mrs. -- I-. .... -,-.. .. --.------ . -, : .--_----- .-... .. *
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.7r earnestly w\ns'are bad but
Surprising' Number' of :Variation* oris; a woman down the street
dwellers poor "
N J .. Quaint Old Calendar; : {h.e.. # ants of 'just had quadrupeds."-Pr-'iadel- -. I -

U.r .,.. Special Ctorrespondenceof Th t Florida Staiv The North Amercan. *

/ tiJosjos. ;, 9 ec JL-My !attenthn'was.: still '.( 14oSUpthd.' 1 I ,
j "V> ?- iJr-T* r ..
railed. the other, ii9ixi a curious list
It" \ . mlngabout. of :
f r
they quaint: old. ':rhyme, -"Thfry1ays In sight exposure or when you feel a cold .
on.take a dose
: oCFoJt'l'e Honey
bath September. ,"' etc_,, which ,Is of the : Tafl If.never Ails
Th. popularly,. used. to.refresh. one's memory English" in time. Wilson & Son. .
f ".as'to: the. 'number. of days of the various. army in .. J .1\;;,, ,',' " ,,,,"",,. -S. '- _'_ ,. ,,, ST "",, 'Ii '. .\,, 'I.'I'; _

: months, of,the Iq at the ,1 Ldnibnitrnoeh.. f 1 >1IrThe \
year a
company ofa, -
ozen persons 'from ,various ... fortune! alone"rf4uces 'to ashes a mil- Kind You Bare Always Bought, and which has been

found almost sections of two cigars a week..' in use for oVer 30 years, has home tho signature of

as many different' versions Into 1 ,, - and has been made under his per
.of.It. Lhytiiehow so common bell !Lynch, of Paiiy #"' # sonal supervision since its infancy.
k- ly-used .with . tested the merits
.,so many variationsI! assume Foley's .
may have had : COUGHS and Tar with this result: "I have 1- A1low'noonetodeceiveyonlnthls.All.COtmterfelts .
lts origin In the
remedies in Imitations and .Just-as-good" are but
-. old Latin triplet prefixed to Hollns- a.greatmany patent my ,
F hed's ..Cnrpnlcle(1577 : for bdngha' arid'colds, and JPcan Experiment thai trine with and endanger the health of
; : and Tar is the
: <' say yonr Infiuits and Children Experience against Experthient.WhatISCASTORIA .
: Juntos Aprf p3:Septemqt; r I
T num plus reUnqui, Februs tenet octo vieenoi. use I cannot say too much in praise of . .f t
At si bissextus Cough j' '
,fusjit supe'radditur vanus Wilson & Son. 1

- which the reader may 'translate for. constricted

: himself; or, 'more likely it came from prescribe to Water In Frnit.
: '. this quatrain to' be found In Richard glad seeking percentage of water is SO In Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare

Grafton's "Chronicles of England" bronchial and grapes, 82 In apples, 84 In goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It

.(1590)' ): , arid safe in 86 In oranges, 90 in lemons and contains neither Opium; Morphine nor other ,Narcotic

.;;.; Thirty days hath November, fessional. I In. watermelons. substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms

.- Aprill. June and September; mankind. and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind
; February hath xxviii alone, rAnd D., Ph. D.
:- all the rest have xxxL" for sale by W. Lynch, Winchester Ind.,writes: Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipationand
The first two lines'are common In all) qwe and the, of He my had boy membranous to Foley's Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the

:;: the versions except the one.used among and the first dose pave him relief. Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep
the r Friends. of Chester county, Pa.., A! continued its use and it soon brought The Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend.

:which runs : t out danger." Wilson & Son.

Fourth, eleventh, ninth and sixth an checks at GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
Thirty days to each affix
Potatoes and Turnips. ,
. A
Every other thirty-one
I Except the second month alone. artificial pounds of potatoes, it is said. Bears the Signature of J'
as much nutriment as thirteen
is made
The variations are mainly In reference

to the leap year, and much Ingenious hides .of turnips.

: : "phrasing ,is employed explain I

J: the adding to. bruary of "one day An
more In every four.," ed an NCER

A BostonIan Insisted that the follow India ,

-.. ing Is the correct version: from this horrible malady

Thirty days lath September, fish. always inherit it-not necessarily The Kind You Have Always BoughtIn
I April June and November in the parents, but may be from some
All the rest have thirty-one, o mains ancestor, for Cancer often runs
. .- Save February, which alone. several generations. This deadly
Hath and remove Use For Over 30 Years.THE .
twenty-eight one day more
lay dormant in the blood for
We add to it one in four. may
or until reach middle life, then CENTAUR COMPANY. T7 MURRAY STREET. NEW YORK OWl.I1UL .
you .
;A Maine man offered the following first little sore or ulcer makes its ap- ':: : '_a. .: . ',-. w .! - f. t4ol' :',',.,. '.

as the "way down east" rendition: "I wish -or a swollen gland in the
to Kodol
- Thirty days tath September, or some other part of the body .
: the first - -------
April June and November I warning. .
All the rest have thirty-one years cure Cancer and
thoroughly perma
.. that I
S .- Which Excepting hath February but twenty-eight alone in fine, Many all from the poisonous the blood-every virus must be
; morsel of vestage I ASTHMA CURE REI! ]j
Till leap year gives it twenty-nine. it driven out. This S. S. S. does, and

; A New'Yorker gives this as the met my bed. : only: medicine that can reach deep-

.'. version of his read one. obstinate blood troubles like tkis.
. ropolitan schoolboy days ,
.' '. thirty years ago: and Dyspepsia aU the poison has been forced out Asthmalene Brings Instant Relief and Permanent -

the system the Cancer heals, and the .
': Thirty days.hath September, prove never returns! Cure in, All Cases.
April, June and November
A cured
I All the rest have thirty-one, begins often in a small way,as the
r Excepting 'ebruary, which has twenty-eight your letter from Mrs. Shirer shows: SENT ABSOLUTELY FREE, OX RECEIPT OF POSTAL.
Wilson & small pimple came on jaw about an inch
But in fourDoth'
leap coming once
the ear on the left side of my face. It gave .
add to 'one
February day more.
no paia or inconven- "-
I A westerner was quite sure that he and I should have ,, -
,An about it bad it -
There is like Asthmalene.
T had been taught'say It to inflame and nothing
this : pounds begun; it would bleed a C HAl N E It brings instant relief, even in the

way ounces ,then scab over but .. worst cases. It cures when all else fails.
.: :. Thirty days hath September, and this not heal. This F 0 TE N
, April"June and November; for some time, t.X'i1 v S The Rev. C. F. Wells. of Villa Ridge
February has twenty-eight alone; of from my jaw began to ... tl' ; 111., says: "Your trial bottle of Abthmalene
All the rest have thirty-one, becoming. very :" received in good condition. I cannot tell
The Cancer be- ;3.-
I''. Excepting February; that's the time acre, 0"r to eat and spread, : ;J.:", : you how thankful I feel for the good derived .
When February's days are twenty-nine. Ion. it was as large as a I .i; from it. J was a slave, chained with .
dollar,when I heard >- j.? !>utrid sore throat and asthma for ten
,.j\ ., He may, however: have got It out of at' S.S. S. and determin ",:h years I despaired of ever being cured, I
book, as this is exactly as it appears in to give it a fair trial, !' itrl.; 1\ saw your advertisement for the cure of
are it was lemarlcable "- 1t this dreadful and tormenting disease,asthma -
L. "The Return of Parnassus. printed inl and i ia a wonderful effect
i London in 1GOQ. from the very beginning;the sore began to and thought you had overspoken your.
splendid : and after taking a few bottles disappeared ; selves but resolved to give it a trial. To
t-2" A young woman from western Pennsylvania sore This was two years ago; thet e are still my astonishment the trial acted like a
'L recited it as follows: signs of the Cancer,and my general heatlh charm. Send me a fallsized bottle."
,' pod.-MRS. R.SHIRER, !,a Plata Mo.
f'; Thirty days hatn.September is the greatest of all U Rabbi of the Cong. Bnai Israel

I,'" April June7and November; : blood purifiers, and the New York, Jan. 3,1901.
t All 'the rest have thirty-one of the ss; only one guaranteed Drs.Taft Bros' Medicine Co.
Save which has
February. twenty-eight.
< \purely vegetable. Send Gentlemen: Your asthmalene is an excellent -
f And we assign to this one four winter for our free book on remedy for asthma and hay fever,
\y-.' Twenty-nine or one day more. containing valuable and interest- and its composition alleviates all tront..teswhich
}\ A Canadian gives the following as combine with asthma. Its success is
about this and
r ; the accepted version In the Dominion: A poor about case.V astonishing and wonderful. After having
e our physicians your it carefully analyzed we can state that
If Thirty days bath September, of a no charge for medical sd'ice. Asthmalene contains no opium, chloroform -
; S April. June and November; bowels. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. ATI AN/A. GA. or ether. Very truly yours,
4 All the rest have thirty-one off it will ------ -- -. --.- -- KEV. DR. MORElS WECIISLEB.:
t-If Excepting February alone, plesboils

r.!: Which has twenty-eight days clear is Avon Springs X. Y., Ftb. I, IDOL
I ; And twenty-nine in each leap year. poisons RELIEF Dr. Taft Bros. Medicine Co.

7 A schoolboy from New York, who is move. K dolDyspepsia Gentlemen: I write this testimonial from
residing In Boston, was called into the world 3 sense of duty, having tested the wonderful effect of your Asthmalene for the cure of asth
ma. My wife has been afflicted with spasmodic asthma for the past 12 years. Having exhausted -
conference to get the up to date ver- tion. my OWH skill as well as many others, I chanced to see your sign upon your windowson
; sion. He declared that the rising generation mote 130th street New York. I at once obtained a bottle of Asthmalene. My wife commenced
.:; was taught to recite it this bowels, Cure taking it about the first of November. I very soon noticed % radical improvement. After
.. distress. using one bottle her asthma has disappeared and she is entirely free from all symptoms. I
way: I, feel that I can consistently recommend the medicine to all who are afflicted with this distressing
Thirty days has September I disease. Yours respectfully, 0. D. PIIELPS, II. D.
April. June and November; Digests what you eat.
Dr. Taft Bros' Medicine Co.
All the rest have thirty-one.
\ Excepting February alone. digests the food and aids Gentlemen: I was troubled with asthma for 22 years. I have tried numerous remediesbut
: \1D.1cb has just four and twenty-four eighths in strengthening 'and recon. they have all failed. I ran across your advertisement and started with a trial bottle
.\ I found relief at I have since purchased full-size bottle and I
iid leap year one day more. tar dyes. the exhausted digestive or once. your am ever grate-
\ every ; It is the latest discovered digest- ful. I have family of four children and for six years was unable to work. I am now in the
: t There are doubtless many other versions being and tonic. No other preparation best of health and am doing business every day. This testimony you can make such ase of

.' r( of this homely rhyme. If the :. approach it in efficiency. It in as you see fit. Home address, 235 Eivington street. S. RAPHAEL,
67 East 129th &t., New York City.
I and will
readers chance to any The relieves and permanently cures

kindly send them to my Boston address Indigestion, Heartburn,
, .
133 Oliver street I shall be glad medicine (' Sour Stomach, Nausea,

4 to see them. Headache, Gastralgia,Cramps and
1r Posters still announce the works of er failed to other results of imperfect digestion. not delay. Write at once addressing DR. TAFT BROS' MEDICINE CO., 79 East
130th st, New York City.SQ1d..
y Ernest Seton-Thompson. Probably these or pies, 50c.and f 1. Large size contains 2H times
size.Book all about dyspepsia mailed ree
before Mr. Seton's like to by All Dr'\.1.ggists.
posters were printed
by E. C. DeWITT&CO. Cblccgo
. Sri change of name. Why the friend of the so they - -
Wilson Sold by B. R Wilson & Son.
animals has dropped his former surf -

name Into the' humble position of prse- PARKER'SHAIR The Seaboard Mr-Line Railway

: nomen has not been satisfactorily explained BALSAM
by the statement that Thompson \ Clemef and beiotifiei we baa.Promctel .

Is too common a name for a man BUt ;: = t Never Fails a luxuriant to Restore powth.Gray c.PITdA.IJ: CITY ROUTE.
of think that ; Hair to its Youthful Color.
his parts. One would Curet trtip rl:_;e!& hair 1a1iag.j .
having become "the" Thompson, Mr.
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Seton would have been proud to have

c remained such. "I GEREPJffis5INPIE51 DOUBLE DAILY SERVICEIncluding
The return of Seumas Mac tanm. ;
from his honeymoon was made the occasion '. SCASTINGStV Sundays.TO .
_\.w, !
in Mouncharles Donegal coun- -
ty, Ireland. of an ovation and of the give you Cf MARINE STATIONARY.GERE V
CAIftEtLEtNCJES Savannah Columbia Southern
: presentation to Mr. MacManus and his ;, GASBENERAIDRVAL', 5Q" Pines,

brIde. who was Miss Anna Johnston. MBS. : BOAT FRAMES Richmond Washington Baltimore
:: of a marble clock. Mrs. la Manus has used for ,

-,; written under the pen name of Ethel 8nccss.for their Philadelphia, New York

Carbery poems which have attracted allays remedy all ,

-. considerable attention. In little every I The greatest aid to DIGESTION. Through 3P-u.llxn.ctxa.:: : Tlccpcrs.
Pierre Lot the French naval officer bottle.
a Ivw -. )'. : I - --- ---- Oply Line Operating Through Pullman Car Service Jacksonvilleto
whose .stories
sea have been as popular To PATENT Good Ideasmay
I ,. in the Unted: States as in his own : :: : be secured by New Orleans. .
country. is critically Ill. our aid. Address, For farther information, writeE.
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JI, :: j '" 8.. > THE FLORIDA STAR; : FRIDAY,: DECEMBER 6, 1901.m -. :

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: "' '-QE.Jt.'f.'I.f': : : :' ifF' 1'r"<' "> """ ,"'P."j"aJ'i .,..'". ' ",-T.- "."' > >" '' : c<
; H.: D ;t.T.bANIEL.: ," ,r]-: :.. .:":' .. ; 1 Capt.,West is improving West Point.
D. D 8. Offices over' The Indian River Asthma
Mr. and Mrs. Wells are enjoying their
r e; ,. '. ment DrugCo'astOrCStbeleadtngDrugestabliah-of the Indian tiverconntry.y > Wh n"'uslng baking new' launch., *14*

j "". l. WILLIAM,HINDLE.-Undertaker and Embalmer : Mr. R. W.. Goode paid a visit to Fort M B II

;, ,Bicycles and Sewing Machine supplies } Pierce Monday.. "One of my
,Tinning and Pipe Fitting, Repairing it is r'add
: of Every Description. Agent forBeveridge powder always economy Mrs. Miday and family, of Canton, 0., terrible case ofastbma. re-

,Steam: Cooker, will spend the winter m Mr. P. P. Pow- almost ) ,> thSL
tried Ayer's
lief. We then
J ra a \ FRANK LIPP-Practical Shoemaker. Forty the ell's house. Pectoral, and three and oae-ha a
.' years experience; all kind of repairing to buy Royal. Mr. Thomas Chaffee is having his bottles cured her/'- Emma Jags
done, nice and cheap; also ladies'and men's grounds all cleaned up around his pretty Entsminger, Langsville. O.
shoes made to order.,

i 00 TO J. M. SANDERS, The Old Reliable makes the finest bluff cottage.D .
: Store, for'good, fresh and reliable goods Royal W. Davis and wife, of Cartersville, Ayer's Cherry Pectoralcertainlycuresmanycases
f such as Dry Goods, Saddlery; Crockery, I Ind., are spending the winter in Mita _
: Hats,Trunks and a full line of Groceries. Allen's cottage No. 2.

'JARVIS,HOUSE-Open all the,year round. most. wholesome ,and delicious Mr. J. C. Ryan, of Connecticut: is a of asthma.

Pleasant location facing the river on riverfront guest of the McBride house, where he ex- And it cures bronchitis,
'Rates$2.00 per day,special terms by
ects to spend the. winter.
r the week or month.MELBOURNE food. i hoarseness weak lungs,
: Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Conkling and baby ,

j BUSINESS DIRECTORY. have returned Melbourne: after spending whooping-cough, croup,

MELBOURNE STATE BANK apitalp15,- several months at Mayport. Their winter coughs night
000., F. H. Fee, president; C. M. Horton, friends welcome them home. ,
cashier. The only bank on the lower river many and hard colds.
;, and thepineappleregion of Brevard county. KOCKLEDGE.Mr. were in the wagon. The wheel struck a Dr. Summers and family are settled in coughs,

DIRECTORY.C. .-G. S. Hardee is beginning to ship deep rut in front of the Paine property, Miss: Allen's cottage No. 1. The doctoris Tmc sizes: 23g.,5C.*SL All.....
FORT PIERCE BUSINESS some of his oranges. breaking the coupling pin and scaring the improving in health since he came

P. PLATTS-Physician and Surgeon horse. The occupants were thrown to from Indiana. We trust he will make Consult your dodor. If h. nsrs .... K.
The Pettee house is being painted Its MIl
,, Calls to point' on the river'promptly the the shock and boxesin then do u he sars. If he te& }+a .
4 any rida.HAHCOCO priming coat and begins to show up whatit ground by some Melbourne his future home. to take it. then doD'\ take Ie. 3e kbsws.Lesre j
lt ;; answered. Fo t Pierce Fl the vehicle slid down of them it with "
( on top C.Aye ..Low n K I. i
\ wilt be.Hotel Dr. L. A. Peek, of Mayport, is a wel J. ,J
but no serious damage; only a lame horse
'At' visitor in "lei bourne. Dame
Indian River boathouse is being rumor
iI and broken thills of the wagon.
fitted up for a shooting gallery to be con ? says the doctor may again make Mel-
"l>- ducted by Mr. Loud. j Mr. A. L. Marsh, proprietor of the Ho- bourne his home. We hope this reports jointment in the service of the United

iiJ,- : tel Indian River, has his family here now true, for he has many friends in Qur State, though the gentleman himself
o. Rev J. A. Hughes of Titusville will
,.,'" and the work about the hotel is being town. reticent on the tubjt>et.
at chapel next Sunday !
; a morning at Rqckledge the usual hour. hurried[ on. The large building is being Last Tuesday the yacht Ida May,Capt.
: overhauled from top to bottom, walls pa- Claude Beaujean, took the following Just a* a Fire

v i\' Messrs. Wheeler and Boddiford went to pered, twenty-five new bathrooms being jolly party to Bayview pineapple planta- Spreads in dry irras a and wee.l' >:,Kt

.VMJ Pineda Saturday to visit Mr. Wheeler's added,and new carpets throughout. It tion: Mr. and' Mrs. H. H. Spencer, Mr. inflammation of the tl.r at-th* wash of

,',, -5,:' plantation, returning Tuesday. is expected that everything will be in and Mrs. Heron, and Mrs.: Bruster. They a l-oId-lrnw d wn into snttieair
of the lunue. T he M Itk the
n> *
} manages
:,!,' Mr John G. Leeds and family, of New readiness for the opening on Jan. 4th. visited the pineapple fields, then took a ire, ''should be promptly with. .

' York cit}, arrived Tuesday and have taken The grounds are responding rapidly to trip over to the ocean beach, and spent IVI it-n you begin to (cout> Uetf Allen'* <
"t,ri LIQUID up their abode in the Cook cottage on the care and attention bestowed on them. sometime gathering up the shells: on the Lung Balsam. It ,,certainly h at the .

'.- ':''.I, J CURES Barton avenue for the winter. Mr. Marsh is an experienced and success- beach. ; sore thmat and lungs and i it war Me
> '
ful hotel manager although young in Melbourne received last week'sarrivals you from cnnanmption.
., n, ECREMA TETTER, PIMPLES, DIP- Mr. R. J. Patten and son, Mr. A. C. among
: years, and has a large following. It is of valuable
tourists that "
cat ------
: Patten of Marion Ohio are located at
t ,
t THERIA, SORE predicted that this will be the greatest
White The latter is in ill health has created quite a ripple of excitementas
and all blood and skin diseases.For sale by cottage. season this hotel has ever seen, and also I said cat came to Melbourne to benefitits ROBBINS
rI and they have come to see if Florida climate
; : W. J. CRAYFOIID. will beneficial.The Rockledge. health. This cat is no common tabby
4 : , prove
but a pet of .\Ir. and Mrs. L. Wainwright & GRAHAMco.
,: Shares Brothers are rushing every- Old Soldfer's Experience. who it from
brought Waukegan
:.. I INDIAN R1IERRIPPLES. thing to get their hotel ready for the for-
traveling in state in Pullman .
M. M. Austin, a civil war veteran, of a palace car
.1 "" mal opening on the 12th.: They are young
: ,;: Winchester Ind. writes "My wife as only a fir&t-class can travel.
and : was passenger (Incorporated Paid up C piUl ...11)
:,. Paragraphs Personal and Newsy Briefs men of sterling qualities capable. sick a long time in spite of good doctor's We trust tabby's health will improve, as
' The Plaza is nearly ready to receive King's New Life Pills, which worked in the Indian River Coun-

t : ::.' COCOA. guests, that is families, although it will wonders for her health." They alwaysdo. is believed that Col. J. B. Anderson, try, on the St. Lucie River,

.. : r, ':,: ', t "Col. Travis is arranging to extend his not be formally opened until Jan. 4th. It Son's. Try and J.them.B. Screven's Only 25c drug at stores.Wilson 3& cashier of the Exchange National Bank, at New River, and on Bfc-

"." store room by having an addition built has been thoroughly renovated, and Mr. of Tampa, has been tendered by cayne Bay. .
't. and Mrs. Peck'will do their utmost to President Roosevelt
< -i.. /; thereto. '. KAV GALLIE. an important ap-
.-' The national Thanksgiving bird was in. make their guests comfortable and happy.An PRICES TO SUIT 'ru E TIIRS.

;% 1 .': -, ', evidence last Thursday and graced many orchestra will enliven things this' but again C. E.about Young as has usual.been quite ill, Tot Gauges Night Alarm. Send for land 1st.

): : > a festive board. winter. "One night my brother's baby was OFFICES AT . .
,. There's music in the air and all on ac- A number of the young lady waiters Mrs. EUie Bottsford is home from St. taken with croup," writes Mrs. J. C. Snider TITUSVILLE AND MIAMI.
Frank Woot- have arrived at the New Rockledge hotel. Augustine for a few days' rest. of Crittenden, Ky. "It seemed it
:; count of that new piano at would strangle before could doc
we a
en's fine home. They are very nice young people from Mrs. Dr. Worley, of St. Augustine, was tor, so we gave it Dr. King's New get Discovery -
; among the good, substantial residents of the guest of Mrs. Nesbitt this week. f
: ::, .. Mr. M. Wi Harden, Savannah, was which gave quick relief and permanently -
;' < here a few days last, week, the guest of New York and Connecticut, who take up Capt. Houston has contracts for two cured it. We always keep it ill

;, :: .his sister, Mrs. M. Gould. this work that they may escape northern fishing boats, which; are now on the the house to protect our children from g
winter climate, visit the sunny south and I stocks. cioap and whooping cough. It cured me ;
: ; Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Ives are late arrivals J
live among the orange groves. > of a chronic bronchial trouble that IK
; at North Cocoa. Mr. Ives will extend The Christmas tree for the childrenwill other remedy would relieve." Infalliblefor

f I 'J the shedding of his pineapples and the Peter Wright's horse ran away Thanks- probably be get up in the Baptist coughs, colds, throat and lung trou I- {.
acreage also. giving day about dusk while on the way church. bles. 50t: and $1. Trial bottles free at a
:" from Cocoa. Peter and Mr. Wheeler Wilson & Son's and J. B. Screven's. 3
Miss Ida DOdson went home to Titus- Mrs. S. E. Barbour is finishing a com- '

} ville to spend thanksgiving with her parents fortable residence in her new grovu on \ TOKGAN & JONES, ((
; Miss Helen Singleton took charge HOME the Eau Gallic river.

'x '- of her school Friday. Miss Singleton is preparing the children REAL ESTATE, AND INSURANCE, r

;" ;' Mr. Jas. Capehart, the present propri- AND of No. Sin a Christmas play and other Loans, Notary Public, Iu 1,

etor of the.T. K. Dixon place, is having suitable ceremonies.The .1!
Collections Typewriting, Stenography. rr_
:r.IT and made thereon
improvements repairs
organ fund of St. Johns church is
; under the direction of Mr. Zack Dixon. CHILDDoes rolling: up. It i is hoped that the instru- WHEN THE FIREBUG IS AROUNDIt

: Hersey has made a neat, comfortable ment will be in the choir for Christmas
; t GEO. :51. ROBBINS, F. A. MORGAN is some comfort to feel 1 that you are
: . looking little home of that place; now aUf services.E. President. Actuary. properly insured.
he needs is comfortable looking your horse "feel hisoats" This i is
a neat security obtained at a trifling
S. Randall is waiting for some new BREVARDAbstract
1' little housekeeper to complete his joys. ? What a difference be- machinery for the launch Helen, after outlay.

i' The colored school children gave a cred1 which the vessel will be ready for the ..........- --- ----- FIRE INSURANCErates
j 1 itable entertainmentatthe Baptist church tween the grain-fed and the season's shooting.The arc not high, and when considered
of TitleCOMPANY in countciion with the n-at la- litconferred
last Thursday afternoon and evening, the }: n.
program being an elaborate creation con- grass-fed horse The first yawl Princess, J. A. Gilbert, own- -- arc'.r !III" X? limn of p.t-rlyliuuid
er, is on Hodgon's ways being overhauled .- neglect to "aIt fully
taining 35 numbers. strong and full of ginger, the and painted and put into complete order C. S. SOHTTSTLER.
The master mechanics of Cocoa have ,
for the winter's cruising.
r announced that they have adopted the second flabby, weak and tired Will furnish abstracts of title Titusville Fla
Miss Gertrude Miras of Bonaventure for lauds in Brevard
:' nine-hour-a-day system. Supposing the out before he begins. The
will aid the Eau Gallie ladies at
housekeepers now combine on the nine-
feeding makes the difference. the chicken supper on the 12th inst. in R. L. MOTLOW
: , hour system. Good scheme. GEO. M. ROBBl S. TITUSVILLE, FLA
aid of the organ fund.A .
; : Thanksgiving day Mr. J. M. Sanders Children are not alike either.
meeting of the ladies of Eau Gallic John E. Walker. C. II. Swain,
.;: thought to take advantage of a short trip One is
,:, across the river to visit his brothers, and rosy, bright-eyed, full took place in the Baptist church Tuesday,

.) t did not leave any word where he was going of life and laughter, another is the object being to raise a fund for thechildren's John R. Walker & Co. '

I as he expected to return soon, but Christmas tree.
pale weak and dull. The feeding
the wind and until late
wave prevented a
MissKehsler and aunt, of Brooklyn,
1 hour. In the meantime as he did not again is responsible.Sickly and Miss Beech, of Baffalo, arrived Wed- DRY GOODS,
';, come home his family began to look for i' IA
children need nesday and are cosily settled the
him but knew where he At special MILLINERY
no one was. ,
winter in one of the Riviera cottages.The
i last they became alarmed and fearing her feeding. They don't"feel theiroats" (
t : was ill, that a sudden attack of his old Euchre club of Eau Gallie meat FURNITURE,

". complaint had come upon him, and that Scott's Emulsion adds the Avilah rooms Thursday evening,

he was helpless and suffering, they got just the right richness to their and reorganized for the coming winter. ,
neighbors to search for him. When the Mrs. Ainsworth and Mrs. Gilbert enter-

search became somewhat alarming he re- diet. It is like grain to the tained.T. rt
turned and fears returned to rejoicing. horse. The child gets new C. Burns has accepted a position on I ,,,' ,, M1 : ii iiAI fy ?
It's good to be lost sometimes. It tells
Palm Beach. Mr.
the F. E. C. line at
\ just how much one's friends care for us. appetite and strong digestion.
': Burns will be much missed socially and FINE WHISKIES MLS, BRA DIES,

GEOKGIANA.Dr. Scott's Emulsion is more in St. Johns church, of which he is an a4t GINS, BOTTLED BEERS.

active member.A 4 kvi ,
Dr. Holmes was here professionally the than food. It is a strong TITUSVILLE and COCOA.

l first inst. chicken pie supper will be given at .
medicine. It .
dull =
rouses -
1- up I the 12th inQt. Tickets 95
J Mrs. Hempstead expected to arrive the rooms on
I.. -. ; this week. children, puts new flesh on thin 25 cents each; proceeds in aid of the I I EAST COAST MEAT MARKET.

,, ;'f,J to F.soon W.l\Iusonis be up and better around., and is expected ones and red blood into pale organ Eau Gallie's fund of St.young Johns ladies church.will Five be ap of I II ._S'.JI I'" G. F. DUREN, Agent,

",,,, & It makes children pointed to wait on the jtables. .\ ..j S
'f' ones.
? ''; !'N"C ap t. Simmons, of Kenosha, Wis., grow. -

ti reached here last Saturday. Scott's Emulsion makes ordi- .. rf FIridato b
MIMS. o ,)
; The good markets in the north are encouraging ., l.
r *k to the truckers, making them nary food do its.. Messrs.Vikon and Ballard, who have rOl"J"'l'lXD HOTTLi SODA, ,. ".'of 4

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:, pleasure to those who have manual and r Emulsion and is on the Be.achIonrlay, and will move his family Titusville, Fla. .

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ped in the bud" with a dose or two of r, Pearl St, New York. Mass., arrived Monday. Their In time. Sold by drnreiat-s. "li .
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