Group Title: Florida star (Titusville, FL)
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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 13, 1901
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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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: VID00604
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 34175599
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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c ;, 'AUf. ; LOU1SIANPURGH8E. '- overwhelming! foree.. i They forpedesseritial 1he II need. have no furat all. Ribbon. bows . ..r.-.t. : .- ", ,
: basis' of' "subsequent fi strut- and. In: fact .almost anything seems

.1 _- ' tlons relating. to permanent peace with I right to put on these dainty. muffs. A
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'. '':EventaWhjchLedtTpto" ,.. This, Government. - ':England and Here finally embodied: In bunch of violets adds a sweetness' not

,, ; Bnjlnc that Territory.. ... the treaty: ,of 17 1. which- gave us, riatlonal -. i alto! perfume but of essentially femI- ftISEASE with no specific _

'' ': ,Special Correspondence Florida Star.' Independence.? ,. nine grate. In Illustration here- ,. 'I 4 which seems to combine ilea1 .
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: The proposition .!Is being seriously with is shown a little muff made of a ach disorder heart trouble.
h ST; LoUIS! Dec. :-9.-As a part" of the considered have a Napoleonic .museum lael:- velvet with very narrow Jines of !!!4 blood disorder and a boat at

-? I ;, voluminous literature of the Louisiana as' feature,of the World's fair. sealskin around the rufile. On the other ills, and which can be"described -

r: :Purchase exposition.Is a. series of papers -. LEOI?AED'BALDWIN. muff 'is a bunch so to express It, of '' only by saying you feel !
= 1 i 1 knocked out" and "good for nothinf.
from the.pen of Colonel'James Q. violet ribbon mingled, with a knotted thatour kidneys are omww--
Cares Blood Poison and Cancer. means
I : Howard on the history of' the Louisiana !-, : sash of black silk 'ribbon, the latter dened and need relief.

purchase. Colonel Howard Eating sores, swelling! falling! hair, banging down so as to show the knot Kidney derangement is almost always -
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t . mucous patches, ulcers, scrofula;aching ting. When such ,a muff Is to be worn at the bottom of general ill bealtjt
3 ; back and recounts-the events which bones and bones, itching skin, tails, with a plaid skirt it is left as it is, y Your doctor knows this but he usuallytreats

t led..up. to the. purchase.'treaty of 1803 pimples, etc, bjr taking Botanic Blood but if worn with a handsome black i vet s various symptoms one at a time.

which gave to the United States title Balm (B. B, B.) made especially: to cure gown a bunch.ot violets almost Ira- ort Foley's Guaranteed Kidney lire
} malignant blood and skin troubles. B. bottom of these troubles .an*
at the
t and possession of the greater 'portIon erative. gets
B. B. heals every sore anti makes nip them all at .
; of that west of the. Mississippi Shown in this Illustration is of cures once.
vast area blood pure and:rich.. Over: 3,000 cures of one
; f. We already were in possession worst and most obstinate cases by taking the prettiest; of all the jackets of the You run no risk. Satisfactory results are guartMlMl.

I' -.. B. B. B. Drnggist?, 1.. Describe trouble whole season.' This is lined with Si-
and trial bottle Pt nt free l lay writing to ; erian squirrel and is made in hussar

4 Blood Balm Co., Atlanta, Ga 2 style so" far as the:use of braid is con For cuts, bruises or sores BANNER SALVE is bet. I

L : I cerned. The material is fine black I

< cheviot. This shows the twill in a ,
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most taking way and-makes it seem B. R. WILSON SON. ;
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richer than smooth surtaced stuff
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With Some Pertinent Hints on How and yet not so woolly as some of the ik

to Wear Them. others. The woolly goods do not k i
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f.ar .l... ". [Special Correspondence.] East Coast Ry.
... .:. 4 show up the rich braid so well as that
.<.. t NEW YORK Dec. 10.-Once I had a lit which has a firmer surface. This jacket -

.> tle friend who was fond of giving old Is in the old reefer shape, but is
( Time Table Xo. 3o. In 1 1901.
4 f It 1 folks directions for cooking. One day double breasted, stitched and strapped.The Effect Sept. *

..'.'L she told me, that the way to make fine handsome arrangement of the .. SOUTH BOUND (Read Down.) (Read Up) NORTH BOUND.PABLO .

'".. pie crust was to take a lot of flour and titan braid across the front is extremely 2o.11..041 NaTSjNoSJ(b

: \ mix it in a wooden bowl with several effective yet neat and decide l ex.Su Daily Daily Daily STATlr' {S. Daily iMilv Daily >

\:i "uvver flags but I forget what they all edly simple in the application. The . .. ... _500phJWaLv.-....... Jacksonville ..... Ar Strrp buts--eLb s"
... lf collar is in the Aiglon form. One 506p lOUSa .....,.So Jack..onrtlle..Lv 6 2p 8 2ma ......
..f \ are, and then to spread it all over the glance at the hat will show the stir- DAY- .. 6 lop 1115aH47a ". ........ at: Augustine: .... .... a Sup 7 5u. ......
r \ table and put in on top of the inside .... 8 46p ......... Hastings .......,... 5>> Hp 7 1- ...... 5.
t \ about style of trimming. OPENDUR SEPTEMBER .. 700p Ire. !> 11 ........East Palatka.......... .. 4 700. ...... eIL4 Z'ta
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,,' and cut off all that hung over the plate OLIVE HARPER. ANDDAY ... 734p747p 1-::'t-' .......... Neoga ......... U 41. p 5S
", OPEN .. 12 2p ." ............Bunneh3....... .... U I 407p312p .... .
IiI r and give this to the children to make t ...... To':""!) l2: 5p .............Dupont........... iQlp ..... <; ;
i turnovers of, with sugar on top. No one can reasonably hope for good .... 82ip i'.5p ........... Ormond........... .. :i3b"p H QMt
health unless his bowels move once each : .. .. 00p1 13'p147p: ." ...........Daytons............ II 32 p . < l
.' / This lucid direction might well be applied REMAINOPEN ...- 8Wp 14 .........Port Orange ......... : ... t'f"Wo
: lay. When this is not attended to lis- 5 3ia.. 9 0IIp 2t'. ** ........New Smyrna ..... :r 2 tI
'..', to the hats today. They seem to mU-rsoftlie stomach arise, biliousness, ORMONDAND 553a .. .. 2 Up ............Oakx111............ A. _OJ . l.. 2(* j IIt
6 Sets ..... 3X; ........... TitusvilleCocoa .......... .
,'{, have been stirred up in a wooden bowl lead-ache: dyspepsia :and piles\ soon to Iow. \I- REMAIN p .. loop ISSp
.<- JAMES Q. HOWARD. ORMOND : MONTHOF .. .. .. .. 3 { :) ....... .. . . ............ 119? ..... : :
1 of most of the country east of the "Fa.t and filled with "uvver fings" and all If yoii wish to avoul these ailmtntskeep MONTH ...... ....... 34..p .. ...... Junction... nep ...... 5B5
your towels: 'regular by takinsrCham WILLREMAIN ...... ...... ...........Eau'G a ill e....'...... l4lip. ......
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: { ; .. ther of Waters" and south of the great left cnt off in unexpected places. There n-rlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets THEMONTH .... . .. ... 4-.p .. ..... Melbourne.........." ,''N'P. ......
lakes. The second section of the treaty !Is generally a foundation for the thingsto ..... ......... oOop55op .... :..:....... i:It'b astUUl........... 1157alllla ..... 5.
f O' when rt'<}nired. They are so easy to take .. .. .. . . ..... ........ St. Lucie.......... .625a...... ..
: of peace with Great Britain,' signed in rest on, and all the rest is stirred up aild mild anti gentle ii. df 'ct. For sale\ ....... ..... 6 p .A.. ...........Fort Pierce......... 11U.a ...... :
j {_, Paris Sept. 3, 17S3. which brought a and made of the nearest thing. hy'il8>11 & Sou.Saved WILL. . .. ..... 624p ............ TibbaU........... ". 1"351... ..... sss
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P ...... ....... 62 p *........... ..illen....**........ ......
4 I :;:.': happy and glorious ending to the seven There are often on one hat at least BEACH INGTHE ,...... ..... 633p t" ...... .....Jensen......... 10'a.' ...... :
'.- years' war for American six different materials and fabrics, and . .. .. ... 64p ....... . Stuart...... II Ui l.'a ...... Z
Independence. by Her Clothes.A < ... ... ..... 712pi! .........HobeSound....:..:.. 9 % ...... t-3 w
/ made the middle of the northern lakes the general manner of applying them medical journal mentions an at- PABLOBEACH Z ..... . ..... 725 .* .... ...West Jupiter.......... SIS-ti ...... :: :
cam'and the central channel of the Mississippi reminds one irresistibly of the stirring o ........ ..... 7 alp ... ...West Palm Beach....... 9Ow. ...... BSKg1
'r" tempt at suicide by a young woman. ...... ..... 821t> ..'........ .Boynton............. Sb ......
, ). : river our new general boundary process. The velvet, lace, chenille, felt, who jumped off a suspension bridge PABLO 8 ...... ...... 8301': ........... .Delr.iy. ....... 8 as ......
: north and west. t silk and in fact almost everything !in ............. 9 15- .......Fort Lauderdale........ 4 3.a ....... .
"r and fell about ?.00 feet. Her clothes i ...... ...... 9571lOOol' .t .........Lemon City.... ..... 6"'j .. ........ :'
A1: In confirming by solemn conventioq all the long list of fabrics worn by acted as a sort of parichute r.ud she : ...... .. .. Ar ..... . . . .Miami........... ..t.v E. -.a ... _

'j, the somewhat shadowy colonial claims lovely woman are all to be found on was picked up alive and none the Butl' Parlor tJ.u' .HI I'rums 35 nail 7S.So .

t (-r:+ to the vast Indian territory lying bet the hats and toques. Of actual bonnets worse for her iaii except for a rev '1.S o.19j:Ko.li :,0.15 iSo.l No.BundSuadDaily .
: 'e tween the. Alleghanies and the Mississippi there are few and those are mostly for bruises. : DailyexSu MAYFORT BRANCH. !Daily Daily SOnly
:; the of the thirteen original elderly women. The ours 'Only Only;
-f i. area younger A. J. Snell\ wantrii i tti attend a party, aUOp'lOlUa2tdpilulSa' I-tljr -SoJa838a Lv........... ..:.Jaeksoaville. .. : ........ .. Ar 74 a. ,S4ap .....
r colonies was at once .doubled. What wear picturesque hats larger or smaller "l nt was afraid in 110.! .-on \cconnt ofpails 6'Jp ..............So.. Jacksonville............... i 3;a' b IC p ......
::; are now the prosperous states of Illinois as their taste and tLe contour of }Ls MiMuavhih feared 2 <<0plti| bas : .... ........ . Pablo Beach.... ............ 705ft' 5 t4ap 1T........
0 M> !: : !Itt 24o035a'ii'l| 70op.9lst. : .... ... .. .... .Atlantic Beach. ........ .. .. . 7Ws' S i.up ......
... Ohio, Indiana, Michigan, Wlseon- their faces suggest These may have would gr
; : ; son, Minnesota in part Kentucky Ten- no color but be all one depressing telling !II\ irr.iil>J,'> 10 a lady inenivlu> .. ; , -. .
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\" 01'1.'N. \ .h.'"?.h \" a \O.-t. >V." > >" ;MI
nessee, Mississippi and Alabama are black though perhaps one should not -l'h'3mbt'riaia': Oo-i, C-.olrra awl Daily'Datv Dxi.yDailyDaily'Daiiy;, PAL :\'J.'HA DR Y1__ :Daily D'i: [ allf) .1." '[silyDelIY17tCpI

1 ': the fruitful political offspring of this say depressing, for the bringing together Dwiri.walteuitHlyrtiUjii.it you in <- t, J i most beneficent trendy. In Its large Immediate of so many different materials for the party.' I bought; a bottle 75tp!1 65.iP4:5111l. ::5Op 1l5.ia.--, tl'-aia-' -Ar.. .Easr l'a' .lx " 1 ., p.:; I' -, .,:,Iit' -t.i

3 1 results-peace and the creation even though black seems to afford and take ,1"L"I1'P, in s-tatiu:: that tvodoses KO';>.i':SO' SAN MA2'Eu li o \.i..r... Au.DailyDd .
Usl.y
rnred and 'mi"! Daily
me -,1 J me to have : ._
r '; ;.. of a nation-and in its never ending future ('onsiderable"ariety.. Velvet mingled :1 gixid fim* at the jurty.:' :Mr. Sn-'ll i ia is i a l Lv. .. ............ ..:....... . Elzt- Pat a.t ;.i.- . ......... . . . . A r oh 8_
,."' -- influence this is one of the two with satin cloth plumes and lace is rehidenn of s imier: : Hi!!, N Y. This 'pl 54da Ar.. . . . ... .. .. .. . . ban Hater' . .. . ...u.. . . .. LI. 45a

tt ,_, greatest American treaties. Without by no means a mourning article but reinedv i is f for --:ile 11\\ ,\'i'.-1111 & Son o.1, ORAXHE CITY INo 2 Noil: a"a.
.i .: ,it the centennial of the _. Da niUXCH. Daily Daily SA 'ORD BB3NCH. Daily
: ; : treaty of twen- when properly arranged: a thing of CASTO-nX..E3. E'X.I"U! I C3Sa: : l'xSu ,&M

; ty years later, that of the Louisiana beauty and a joy-until one sees some- Bears the 1ha Kind You hale Always Baug.JSipturs 31vpi.v., ...... 'ew ::;.mnla.. .. ... 64uJpI j Oa Lv.............'l\t.sville.. ....... ...A lip
.: purchase of 1S03, would not so soon if else. 4211'1" ........Lakl' l-r"len..LvJ 5OO'J III 71tia ............ \UDS..L 1 tltp4S
1 thing # #.. t.!, It .........0... .'"t"I 511p 8HIa ,It. .. ...... ....."'".'I..aft-_.......... .. . It .'I _"'....
., at all, be celebrated. The hats are very liable to look as c.f 4 4.Jp Ar......Orane: .. ... 5 uip !8!IJ."Ja ...... .,...ED t.rm..... ... .. . ill .Mi
2 The high ground taken by the American though one's young brother had used -:.a-{-- i I I t, I 9Z1 i .A ._. ......... ";:lfom. . .. I: .,

peace commissioners at Paris I in Au\v- ....1": 1... t.... :&.
i I them for footballs and after the heatof .
1783 had been occupied before by far- Goudt1 t....... ".:; These Time: T.tblt-s show the 'imea at which trains".may' ....J'' expected to arrive aa.l. 't-w-1
the game had sat down on them, to :
You a.is haj been good to n e. tee.l-
seeing men. The old treaty of 17G3 rest, for they are flat and gain their Makes inc Surttr sail, you know, therefrom.
k4 44 had guaranteed to the subjects of principal distinction from the way they Dat you tnus' pack up a.,' go. jug:

France and Great Britain the right to are tilted on the head. Some look bet PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL
f7 free navigation, of the Mississippi "in ter with the hat set straight others 'Twas de bul.rrog anjon' right
SocthwJ nc when; I slcp'all night; ; STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MTAITT.
1 Its whole breadth and length from Its i with It tilted to the left with a little 'Twas ue bee ": .a l-uaeu away;
source to the sea." bunch of velvet laid along the side of Eep' rje dozin' ail ut- day. BETWEEN MIAMA, KEY WEST AND HAVANA.teav .

t : The' first American statesman whose the underbrim to hold it firmly and to Now I'zefl'kss an' forlorn; Miami londays and Fridays... .10 05 \'m Leave Havana Weds and Saturdays..1000
clear vision seems to have discerned give it a touch of color if so desired. Sorr. inns'. rat 1 was born. Arrive Key Wl'ot Tui.and Satur.lays. I W pm Arrive Key Wet Weds and Sats . IS.Jftp.
t: the value to this country of this region 'If wishes Wind cvir.t-i; liowhn' thro' de tree; Leave Key West T.wandSnncbiya.. .. 73 i'iu Leave Key West Thus and Suns . 4 W pat
one to have 'variety, one can Arrive Miami and 4
was Alexander Hamilton. In his works Goo by, bul.noic; goouby, bee.WashIngton. Arrive HavanaVrds. and )Mondays 53 am Fridays Mondays OOs
sew a pretty little bunch of"el't
Star. For copy of local time card address: any Agent.
< published by the Putnams and edited flowers in place of the rosettes, and as .. . ST. AUGUSTINE
J. D. RAHXEi1. Asst. Gen. Pas Agent. rL4.
by Senator Lodge we find on page 28, these can be changed with a few mea HEALTH
volume 1, these sentiments: "The farmer --- -- -

I am inclined to hope builds too I INSURANCE
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much on the present disunion of Can

ada, Georgia the Floridas, the Mississippi The man who insures his life is s utl) t nailway

and Nova Scotia from other colo wise for his family.

: i nies. A little time. I trust, will awaken The man who insures his health

them, to a proper sense of their In is wise both for his family and

: :L ; discretion. I please myself with the himself. .
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: flattering prospect that they will erelong
You may insure health by guarding
r" unite in one indissoluble chain a
with the rest of the colonies." This Is it. It is worth guarding.At .

from "A Full Vindication" of the measures the first attack of disease t

t of congress In answer to the cal which generally approaches
umnies of Westchester farmer
a published -
} through the LIVER and mania
; In December, 1774.
fests itself in innumerable DIRECT LIINE-QUICK TIAIE TO
*, On page 10 of the same volume Is a waysTAKE

r pertinent paragraph wisely prophet- _ -_ Washington Baliiiuorc, Philadelphia, J

{ ic at so early a date to be passed by: a flew ycrk, Chicago, Ciniriatl, ,

'If by the necessity of the tU'ng manu- IOUIsrm, j\mti! l1irlt1l.gbJlI.

factures should once be established and Tutt P ills Chauanxga, mcwphis, St. Louis I\JIUJS City.(
t take root among us, they will pave the 'S I

i way still more to the"future grandeur AND ALL, POINTS EAST AND \VEST. ...<.

; 't- and glory of America.

" a. The practical business sagacity of And save your health. NO OTHER LINE AFFORDS SERVICE LIKE THIS .
Washington led him to Increase his

'" quota of money In what he calls the 1I' BEST FOR THEBOWELS THE NEW YORK & FLORIDA EXPRESS .

r" "Mississippi adventure." ,,, AND THE U. S. FAST MAILTo
He attends the meetings of a com 4r
the East and North.
pany In 17C3. 1705, 1767, and in March

a 1773, he sends his tenant. James Wood, THE CINCINNATI & FLORIDA LIMITEDTo

as an agent to locate lands "as high up If you haven't a recnlar, ht-althy mi v nient of the
bowels every dvyou're ill or.viii be. Keep your the West nnd NorthWest.The .
the Mississippi as the navigation is bowelaopen, inu be well. Force,in one shape of vio
/1 lent physic"r pill .oisoni:> daiik'trous. The smooth,
good having been Informed that the I est,easiest, must perteetaay ol keeping the bowela line through "The Land of the Sky," Asheville, Hot
clear and clean is to take
\ lands are better and the climate more CANDY Springs, N. C. Finest Summer Resort Section in the
; temperate In the northern parts of the
CATHARTICEAT World. Through Sleeping Cars from Jacksonville to
y government than below. Wood, however
f Asheville and Hot Springs, North Carolina.
was not successful
HAKDSOME COAT AND MOT.
j In 17SO a committee of congress (all ebQlc of Routes to Pan"merican exjwiticn Buffalo n. Y.
business relating to foreign affairs was ments' work one can have a hat to v t. ,

then transacted through a committee match every special gown one wears. Through Vestibuled Trains, Pullman Drawing-room Sleeping Cars, Through
"t of congress) of which James Madisonwas This is a pretty fancy, and it gives a Coaches Excellent Dining Car Service.

+ chairman agreed upon clear cut person the name of being well gowned. i

and well defined Instructions to our Havmg the trimming on a hat and a Through Trains tia the Southern Railway are Operated in Connection with

representatives abroad respecting our muff to match also gives one a very 3EIY! LIKE CANDY the Plant System from Jacksonville.For .

western boundary line. Not only the smart appearance. Even until the very Pleasant Palatable, Potent. Taste Good. Do Good
,\ Never Sicken: Weaken or Gripe. 10, A. and 50 cents
3 western line, but the free navigation of coldest. weather the pretty velvet muffs per box. Write for free sample and booklet oa Rates Schedules and Information, call on or addreis

the Mississippi, was Insisted upon and are quite the thing, and they may be of I health. Address SE1KDI .COSPiST, C111UGO or SEW TOiL 1233TEKLIX6 W. T. COSBY,Traveling Passenger Agent, 108 W, Bay St., JACKSONVILLE FLA.:

a the reasons for the claims amplified I velvet with ruffles at each end bordered 8. H. HARDWICK General wn. TAYLOR, Au .
t :, }, .. KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN Passenger Agt. ; Gell.Pats..lr,,
with band of fur
a
narrow
and1 argued with resistless logic and or they
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'., : rHE:,FLUBIDA.STARf FRIDAY; ,;DECEl\a,; ; R,_13, 1901.; 7
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i1' road, and Its directors were interested COLLEGE ,AND SCHOOL
IN NATURE SC OOl. : : set , , u , __, '. .__ .,
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?" } Indlsp shfg'' t.these acres to r"'- .. , -" ,' .- .--. -- '" ...:
'--- tlers. The: president insisted that the At Russian high schools and'universities

t,.fC"r ,Bow:, etu1a'm 4 HU Art on Can,,' picture'should not go:to Chicago to be Jews are not allowed to attend 'In ,
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dlaaProntlerEar17'9trngglea.r' viewed, ..by visitors. from all over the greater'numbers than from 5 to 10 per I UNInIRIHINM "

;r.S:. i' J ptdat ondebnfc e jauthor world and scare. off intending Immigrants. cent of the whole number, of students. C
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1<-:'" T01tONTO, Dec. .
: nf"WVlid He used his : Hereafter
Influence to have the University of; Heidelberg , ;
Animals:I Have KnOsvn"rniglt.{ the picture thrown out. But the artistat will admit to Its. medical classes .

,",f-'" ;' write: an; Interesting stag on "Differ'lenl this time had some [Influence himselfin only those foreign students who have .1 .j

: Barnes, I. Hae ;Kn6wn"' .anoViell' Canadian f.1'fairs'and! demanded.that: had preliminary- ; training equal to that ''L__ '' '' ',. For Infants and Children.-

,bow and where he :got there ,The art should .be. kept apart from corpo- of the German preparatory schools.Dr. -

a: name ,''changing; 'habit: 'seems :to, 'have rate, Influence and 'ttfat science should Stiles who t was the" president" of .. The Kind( You Have

;i ;been acquired'quite early.by,the artist-. be'made paramount commerce. After -, .Yal college from 1778 until 1795,, tells ,
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author, as I'find.In an Issue bfthe TOronto a, rather Interesting test of political In his 'diaries' that about, the,time lie ,

%} Globe'.In :the'year 1883 W following strength the artist and his wolves won, became president there were three professors Always Bought T

personal 'announcement: out and the picture'was displayed and as many tutors while today NAVegetablePreparationforAs-1 ; ,,

y The xmderslgnwt hitherto known u Ernest Erin the World's'fair. RICHABD TUPPEB. these ran Into the, hundreds. ,

Thompson of Toronto, ant ,student gives public simating theFeod2ndRe u1a- '
'notice, that he .has ,a nmed. the former family COUGUS AND COLDS IN CHILDREN. Editor 'Lynch, of Daily Post Phillips- ling the Stomachs andBcweis of Bears the
i same of Seton. EKSEST ETUI Taoitwo SETOX. hur ,N..r"has tested the merits of Foley's ,
'. Canbery; ;.MUL, Feb..1, 1883. i Recommendation of a Well Known Chi- Honey and Tar with this result: "I have F. z Ij I a
Edw. jf j II.
Young Thompson,,or Seton,' was then cago Phy tclan.i used a great many patent remedies in'my ts rr a' I : U.

about twenty-two years of age, He : and family for coughs and colds, and I can \. : Signature
use prescribe Chamberlain'sCough
} was born In England in I860,'but'came' for ,honestly say your' Honey and Tar is the Promotes DigestioixGheerful-i
Remedy almost all obstinate
,
best thing of the kind I have ever used, .
l : to Canada when a mere boy, having constricted coughs with direct results. I arid r cannot say too much in praise of ness and jRestConfains ; of
elder brothersIn' this city and elsewhere prescribe it to children of all- ges.. Am it." Wilson & Son.Cseaar's Opium lorphine'nor}1ineral.NOTNARCOq'IC. ,
1: In the, Dominion., .Going' "back glad to recommend it to all, in need and .
to 'England before he had reached his !seeking relief from colds and coughs and Conrtshlp. I J
bronchial afflictions. It is nonnarcoticand .. 9'
legal age, he finished such,education ashe A noble young Boman Haired Caesar
safe in the hands of
the
was,to get from the, schools studyIng most unpro- Once. called on a maid-tried to aqzsar Rectft- ofOtdDrSWCELPITCEERPumpkin .
fessional. A universal panacea for all But the girl, with a blush.
for a time at the
Royal
academy
mankind.-Mrs. Mary R. Mel ndy: M. Said the Latin for "Tusht SetJ"
In "London. D., Ph. D., Chicago, 111. This remedy is You borrid young, thing t Let me b sart.. ..Ibi.Q1U6B
': He returned to Toronto In 1882 stop- for sale. y Wilson & Son. -Baltimore American.C. ,4niea J4SJ Sud .:- $ In
'ping for a.time with his'brother, James Rppenaatt -

Enoch Thompson, and established herea W. Lynch, Winchester, Ind.writes: iOatsnatfHZmSteJ J .

studio., A few months later, he went. THE' WRITERS.One "I owe the life of my boy to Foley's Ctarifud Aiatr- .
Honey and Tar. He had membranouscroup .
to Manitoba, where he had another UseFor
of Kipling's peculiarities Is that and the first dose gave him relief.
'bI'Qther Albert
, Thompson, then farmIng -
We its and it Remedy forCons
: he Instructs his'secretary not to forward ,on the Big plain, a hundred miles him "
out of danger. Wilson & Son.That' lion Sour Stonach.Diarrhoea.
i ; west of-Winnipeg. Here In the roughsettler's mail to him when he goes on a I onvulsionsFeverish--
Wonns
pleasure : Over
trip. What It b.
shanty, to use his own expression StEER
; "I first learned that I was alive Sarah Grand, the novelist, lives on "What do you think of this idea of ness and Loss. OF -

and found.my first field of work." the simplest food chiefly fish meat destroying the mosquito with oil?" Far Sinu 1e Signature of

His, original Intention was to spend and toast and seldom touches' fruit, "Crude, Isn't itr-Cleveland Plain

one year on the prairie, but the fascination I. sweets' or vegetables. Dealer. Thirty YearsCAST1A
of' the life despite the hard Zola does his important, work! on his NEW YORK.

work It entailed Induced him to remain novels, dramas and literary criticismsIn The Oldest and BestS

on the frontier three years. DurIng the morning. His afternoon attention -

; these he traveled, with gun and Is given to his correspondence and
S. S. is a combination of roots
blanket, over wide stretches of wild newspaper articles.
curative
and herbs of' great powers,
unsettled country, combining the occupations Olive Tborne Miller, the writer of and when taken into the circulation EXACT COFTOF WRAPPEB.

of day laborer and settler bird books only puts down what .she searches out and removes all mannerof

with those of artist, naturalist and actually sees of her feathered heroes from the blood withoutthe ", THC CCNTAMM COMMNY NCW YORK CITY.
poisons , , '
explorer. He went on foot and by oxcart and heroines. She will sit for hours least shock or harm to the system.On c'. '. --- .-,'.-- '" "..'' '<..- ''0" --" _-.-- ;;: '_'J< :,- ,

v- through the regions of the Big on a campstool watching the move- the contrary, the general health

plain. Turtle mountain Souris plain. ments of birds through fieldglassesand begtes to improve from the first dose, ,
4 Fort Ellice Quappelle valley Riding, taking notes of their doings. She for S. S. S. is not only a blood purifier, -- --- -'----

,. and Duck mountains., lives In Brooklyn, near Prospect park. but an excellent, tonic., and strengthens
--
,There was in this great wilderness and builds the constitution
'3 Saved Ilia Lire. up I ASTHMA CURE FREE! I
scarcely a human habitation but it while purging the blood of impurities. -
abounded In birds, plants and animalsof "I wish to say that I feel I owe my life S. S. S. cures all diseases of a
great interest to the artist to Kodol Dyspepsia Cure," writes H. C. .
young I blood poison origin, Cancer, Scrofula,
Chresten onof Iia fieldMi,n."For three
: } Asthmalene Instant Relief and Permanent
't ;. and naturalist. In such a region with years I was troubled with dyspepsia so Rheumatism Chronic Sores and Brings -
; freedom health and youth, it was easy Ulcers, Eczema, Psoriasis Salt I
\ that I could hold nothing on my stomach. Cure in All Cases.
to pass. three years at the end of Many times I would be unable retain a Rheum, Herpes and similar troubles,

; which time he emerged with the morsel 1 of food. Finally I was confined to and is an infallible cure and the only SEXT ABSOLUTELY FREE OX RECEIPT OF POSTAL.
i- :s physique of an Indian and a store of my bed. Doctors said I could not live. I antidote for that most horrible disease, .
r woodland hillside and life lore read of advertisements Kodol WRITE YOUR NA3JE AND ADDRESS PLAINLY.
;, camp one your on Contagious Blood Poison.A t
which has since proved an unfailing Dyspepsia Cure and thought it fit my case record of nearly fifty years of

spring of enjoyment. and commenced its use. I began to improve successful cures is a record to be proudof. There is nothing like sthma H1e.

Returning to the haunts of civilization cured from and recommend the first bottle.it to all.Now" Digests I am S. S. S. is more popular today C RAINED It brings instant relief, even in the

1 ; he spent some time at his studioIn than ever. It numbers its friends by worst cases. It cures when all else fails.
your food. Cures all stomach troubles. i TEff
FOR
this city, producing some sketches Wilson & Son. I the thousands. Our medical correspondence The Rev. C. F. Wells of Villa Ridge,
and paintings which however, at that is larger than ever in the SEAR III, says: trial bottle of Asthmaleae
time attracted only local attention. A history of the medicine. Many write received in good condition. I cannot tell

little later he went to New York to PULPIT AND PEW. to thank us for the great good S. S. S. 4 you rived how from thankful it. I was I feel a slave for, chained the good wftfc de-

seek his fortune. It is said that for has done them, while others are seek t putrid sore throat and asthma for tan t
two days he tramped the town with The Illinois Methodist conference refused ing advice about their cases. All years I despaired of ever being cured, I
to exclude tobacco users from and carefu'attention. saw your advertisement for the cure of
letters receive :
.
not a cent In his pocket trying to get prompt
membership.The this: dreadful and tormenting ,Mtk- }
to do lo from starving. Our physicians have mad.
something keep ma and thought you had over pohen yourselves
2I
} At length and almost by chance ho Rev. Mr. Sheldon of Kansas Is life-long study of Blood and Skin Diseases but resolved to give it a trial. To

'; found himself at a lithographer's ask- writing novels which he reads in man- ,and better understand such case? my astonishment the trial acted like $
uscript to his congregation.Pope charm. Send me a fullsized bottle."
than the \vhc
ordinary practitioner
ing for a situation, bolstering the claim V
of a seedy stranger with the drawings Leo when a young man was a makes a specialty of no one disease. Rabbi of the Cong Bnai Israel

which he had made in Manitoba and splendid athlete and one of the pio- are doing grea p New York:Jan. 3, 1WL
neers of the modern fad of mountain to suffering A ; Drs.Taft Bros' Medicine Co.
Toronto. For two or three years he
in SS'S /, Gentlemen: Your asthmalene is an excellent -
To the strength gained
worked in the metropolis, hating it climbing. ty throng remedy for asthma and hay fever
heartily, and again broke for the open this pursuit he attributes his present r consulting de i and its composition alleviates all trottW
vitality.The and invit which combine with asthma. Its success k)

country.He resumed his study of birds and Primitive Methodist church of you to write us if you have any bloc / ,, astonishing it carefully and analyzed wonderful.we can After state having tbkt
the United States decided that here- or skin trouble. We make no charge
animals in the north and west being Asthmalene contains no opium chloroform -
appointed government natUl-alisf fort after all fairs bazaars festivals and whatever for this service.THE or ether. Very truly yours,
other money making social diversions SWIFT SPECIFIC CO. ATLANTA, GA. BYERY !" RI80 REV DR. MOEEIS 1t'EcusL.n.RELIEF. ..

funds for church -,, ---
for raising purposesbe --
Avon Springs, X. Y., Feb. 1, 1901.
dispensed with and the tithing system Dr. Taft Bros. Medicine Co.

of collections prevail. Gentlemen: I write this testimonial from
a sense of duty, having tested the wonderful effect of your Astbmalene for the cure of 1Iidt.
ma. My wife has been afflicted with spasmodic asthma for the past 12 years. Having exhausted -
Health and Keauty. my own skill HS well as many others, I chanced to see your sign upon your window
on 130th street, New York. I at once ohtained a bottle of Asthmalene. My wife commenced
t A poor complexion is usually the resultof taking it about the first" of November. I very soon noticed a radical improvement. After
b ) JP a torpid liver or irregular action of the . using one bottle her asthma has disappeared and she is entirely free from all symptoms. I
bowels. Unless) nature's refuse is carriedoff _::t':::.:--. M feel that I can consistently) recommend the medicine to all who are afflicted with this distressing -
it will surely cause impure blood. !'im-I I dise: *e. Yours respectfully, O. D. I'll ELI'S, M. D.

plesboils and other eruptions follow.Thisis Dr. Taft Bros1 Medicine Co.
nature's method of throwing off the lU UEW@RK1Too : Gentlemen: I was troubled with asthma for 22 years. I have tried numerous remedies
poisons which the bowels failed to re- but they have all failed. I ran across your advertisement and started with s trial bottle.
move. DeWitt's Little Early Risers are much housework wrecks wo- I' I found relief at once. I have siut-c purchased your full-size bottle and I am ever grate
world famous for remedying this condi- '" fut I have family of four children and for six years was unable to work. I am now in the
'" 1 1i tion. They stimulate the liver and promote men's nerves. And the constant best of health and am doing business every day. This testimony you can make such OK of
1 regular and healthy action of the care of children, day and night, is as you see fit. Home address, 235 Riviugtou street. S. UAFUAEL.
1Hi 67 East 129th St., New York City.
towelsbut never came griping, cramps or often too trying for even a strong

distress. Safe pills. Wilson & &m. woman. A haggard face tells the
i
. . .. ii TRIAL BOTTLE SENT ABSOLUTELY FREE 01 RECEIPT OF POSTAL.Do .
oi the overworked housewife

f: -.C 1 fl .The Dashleigh-Do Important you Question.Mrs. believe. it is story and mother. Deranged menses, J j not delay. Write at once, addressing DR. TAFT BROS' MEDICINE <:0..79 East
g leucorrhcea and falling of the f
possible, as Mrs. Roosevelt says for a 130th st., New York City.

woman to dress on $WO a year? womb result from overwork. Solcl by ..A.11Seaboard IDrtt 15ts.

ERNEST THOMPSON SIt1OY.i Mrs. Kaflippe-It may be possible, but Every housewife needs a remedyto ,
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i Manitoba, and later representing that what's the use?-Chicago RecordHerald. regulate her menses and to

t' territory as commissioner at the keep her sensitive female organsin

World's fair in Chicago, the position perfect condition. The Air-Line Railway

i' being created for him. 'Shortly before Information Wanted.
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t. ; ((J fJ 11"t1
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this time he completed the most ambitious The manufacturers of Banner Salve SftSSa O' \)" t.' i CAPITAL CITY ROUTE.The .
t\ work of his life thus far. It having always believed that no doctor or ;

- ;i was a large canvas, representing a medicine can cure in every case, but never is doing this for thousands of Shortest Route. The Best Line.
R- scene In northwestern Canada and entitled having heard where Banner Salve American women to-day. It cured :

E.t "Awaited In Vain." It was a failed to cure ulcers, sores, tetter, eczemaor Mrs. Jones and that is why the <

,; rather grewsome picture, showing piles, as a matter of such curiosity would If writes this frank letter; DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE

f wolves devouring a settler In sight of like to know if there are cases. Including Sundays.TO .
; will gladly refund the money.
they
r his home, where his wife awaited his so Glendeane, Ky., Feb.10, 190L
Wilson & Son. i -
r coming. But it was realistic and well I I am so glad that your Wine of Carduiis
helping me. I am feeling better than I
Columbia Southern
: L drawn. It not only attracted attentionon For Over Fifty Years I have felt for years. I am doing my Savannah, Pines,
of work without any help, and I
its merits, but became something own
_. 1Rs. WlSSLOW'S SOOTHING SYRUP has been washed last week and was not one bit Richmond Washington Baltimore
;;, an Issue in Dominion politics. used for over fifty vears by millions mothers tired. That shows that the Wine is ,
The artist submitted It to the art for their. It children soothes the wMle child.teething soKens with the perfectsacC4'ss sums, doing me good. I am getting fleshier
New York
allays all pain cures wind colic, and Is the bes' i than I ever was before and Philadelphia, ,
for
of the collection of pictures tang r
jury Before I
t remedy for Diarrhoea. It will relieve the poor and eat hearty. began
.'" the Canadian exhibit at the Chicago ilttle snlerer: Immediately. Sold by Druggists Wine of Cardui, I used to have to lay :Pullman T1cepors.
Through
tn every part of the world. Twenty-five cent down five or six times every day, but
; fair, by whom it was accepted. The a bottle. Be sure and ask for 'firs. Winslow now I do not think of lyin down throughthe
"sO'.taittkr"vruD and tar no >cnf r alai MRS. RICHABD JOSES. Pullman Car Service
Jacksonvilleto
< president of the Canadian Pacific Rail- s day. Only Line Operating Through

,.: way company happened to see it be- 81.00 AT DRUGGISTS.For New Orleans.For .

': ; :, fore It was sent on to Chicago and objected OA, eI'ORIA.:: advice and literature address, giving symptoms further information, write
j; to It Now, the Canadian Pacific Bears tlaSignature Tb3 Kind You Have Always. Bought Chattanooga, "The Ladie Medicine'Advitory Chattanooga Department"lean.. The E. L. BUNCH, Gen. Pass. Ajject. 'A. MAcDONELL, Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent
Portsmouth, Va. Jacksonville Pta 'I',,
,1: had been granted many thousands JAS. M. BARR, Vice-President and General Manager, Portsmouth, Va.
; of acres In the northwest for buildingthe t of I
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. ',COCOA- -' BUSINESS. DIRE. rOBY... ... .- : . <. : .' : : : ::-. GEORGIANA.. .' -- .'

-, 'W.L.HUGHLETT: 31, D.,'!*T..DANIEL.D. . .. . Mrs. John Bruner was a passenger.via I .
"- *\>+ .;D. $.=Offices over The Indian BiveDrngC&sstorestheleaUngDrajestablisb -' steamer to Cocoa Tuesday. /

irf< -' Mr. Joe Bruner and family were here
; of the Indian river country
t ment
o **? C- ThE. Cake from Saturday until Monday.
"b t nest .
'WILLIAM. HINDLE, Undertaker and Embalmer -
.Bicycles and Sewing Machine sup W. :B. Hainlin was up last week from had a most stubborn c eP

;.\ plies Tinning and Pipe. Fitting; Eepairing; 1 Melbourne picking and packing oranges for many years. It deprived IB* '
j " of Every Description.. Agent for"Beveridge on his place here. of sleep and I grew very tbia. I
Steam. Cooker. then tried Ayers Cherry Pectoral
; r, : ;., made with Bak- Mr.Shippie and two boys from np the and was quickly cured."
., FRANK' LIPP-Practical Shoemaker. Forty Is Royal island. together with a stranger from R. N. Mann, Fall Mills,Tena.
all kind of repairing
: :: years ,experience; ; !
Montreal Canada who is here on a prospecting -
: '; done,'nice and cheap; .also ladies'.and men's ,

: shoes made tp>>order.._- .. -ing Powder. Always light tour, have been in this place. Sixty years of cures '

,.' GO TO']. Y., SANDERS, The Old Reliable Nothing new in this burg: unless it be and such testimony the .1
; .' Store for good fresh and reliable goods what might be called in this country
such as Dry Goods Saddlery, Crockery, above havetaughtuswhat i iAyer's
line of Groceries. & wholesome. Colorado boomerang.: The name sujz-
Hats,Trunks. and a full sweet
pure Rests some sea or land monster, but it is Cherry Pectoral

JABVIS HOUSE-Open all the year round' neither; it is a harmless thing with will do. i
Pleasant location facing the river on riverfront
Rates t x.00 per day,special terms by which people may.amuse themselves, un- We know it's the greatest
< ,the,week or month_ '__ ." less they are so unfortunate as to give to
DIRECTORY. the missle a wrong curve and hit themselves cough remedy ever

y ' MELBOURNE BUSINESS Wilson to represent her grade with schoolwork \Mr. :Merwin is improving rapidly since instead of the object aimed at. made. And you will say i

: MELBOURNE. STATE BANK-CapitalflV exhibit at Ocala at the coming state his arrival on the river,'and is almost as :
; : J 000. F. H. Fee, president; C.M. Horton;, so too after you try it.There's .
,
'f' cashier. The only,bank on the lower river teachers' convention, to .be held the last chirper as ever. Better stay .the year FOR.SALE. ,
,: : and the pineapple region of Brevard county of the'month. Miss Dodson left it with round. Schooner yacht built for power, 35 feel cure in every drop.

Miss Alliene to choose her colaborer in Mr. W. T. Atwater, steward at the long, about 10 feet beam,with hunting Tim size: 2Sc..Sic.SL AU 4rWi.
.5 I'ORT'PIKRCE. BUSINESS. DIRECTORY. should be and cabin. Draft light about 23 inches. In
i ; : the work, as there two, New Rockledge, brought his bride this
S Ph"Sieian'and Surgeon. she chose Miss Virginia Hatch. Without good condition. Inquire at STAB office. Coninlt your doctor. If be says take tt.
here will
i ; : .fO. P. PLATTS- year. We trust their seasons be It h. t'ilt yoa wit :
$ 5 then do u &aj
'M Calls to any point on the river promptlyanswered. I doubt these young misses will do some be to take it. than don't take it. H e ka *<.
'iS .' Fo t Pierce,Florida.,_ creditable work. many. The Royal Box. Lean IS with him. We are witlia*:.
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Cake, of Atlantic J.C.AYER_ CO,Lowell: Bras j

A cold, cough or la grippe can be"nip- City, are stopping at the White cottage Amateur photography isi' a fad with
il. ped_in the bud" with a dose or two of I fora'few days. They are on their honeymoon the shah of Persia. lie has a mania tor -- --

Foley's Honey and Tar.. ,Beware cf sub trip, and are enjoying the delightful being taken in every attitude and dress A week or ten days of careful feeding
stitutes. Wilson & Son. climate of Florida. and has even been photographed In before sending to market would often add j

.Y much to the quality and inure bitter. :
ROCKLEDGE.Kate's Messrs. L. Aikens and W. J. Connor bed.Although I
be .
generally thought to so. prices for poultry.To
show windows look nice. are' two more of the New RockFedge King Edward is not extravagant in
familiar faces that have returned their
to
Mrs. J. A. Dymoch rides a. new wheel.MrsT'hoa. dress. He never goes higher than $1.10 Stop a Cold.
former here.
in positions for his socks. $2.25 for his braces and After exposure or when vo W a cold
Green o(, Lotus, was
..I Miss Clemenson has not rented the 90 cents for bis bilk handkerchiefs.About owing on take a dose of 'olry'srid 1i..11

Elockledge Wednesday. smaller cottage of Mr. White, as reportedlast the only representative of the Tar. It never fails to stop a cold if

r Mr. A. R.Moore and daughter, of Mer- week, but is located at the White highest royalty in Europe who still taken in time; Wilson & Son.

,; : HAHCOCK'S LIQUID. 'SULPHUR ritt, were in Rockledge a few days ago. cottage-boarding house. clings devotedly to the bicycle is King

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CURES Miss Singleton was home over Sunday Miss Whitenack, of Tecumseh, Mich., George of Greece. Some years ago it
from Eau Gallie, where she is teaching arrived Friday, and is located at White was a fad with the royal families gen BOBBINSQRAHAM

a ECREMA., TETTER, PIMPLES, DIP- school.- cottage for the winter. Mrs. Waters did erally.

: ; THERIA, SORE THROAT, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Averill, of Madison not come down this winter.It The crown prince of Germany can no &

r1 rk ,. and all blood and skin diseases.For sale by Wis.,are at their cottage) in South is said that application for accommodations :! longer be called a royal child. Past =:r CO.
CRAY FORD. stalwart;, skilled in all diplomatic
: W. J. Rockledge. are arriving in such numbersat eighteen
The Misses Bessie and Elsie Smith Hotel IndiaiKRiver that the house will usages a courtier of high degree, ([Incorporated. Paid up Capital $$,-_)
and full of the fire of his father
have joined the Cocoa-Rockledge basket open Christmas, ten days earlier than precocious This company owns lands
INDMNRiVER N \ [ NIPPLES.l( the crown prince of Germany Is
ball team. expected. I in the Indian River Coun-

The New Rockledge opens Saturday Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Battenfield, of a "boy" no more. try, on the St. Lucie River,
little of Portugal,
,Paragraphs 'Personal and Newsy Briefs for the reception of guests. A few are Delaware, 0., arrived Friday and are Prince The Louis crown Philippe prince, duke of Braganza at New River, and on Biscay -

at Towns Along the Coast. already there. domiciled-in their home on Barton ave. ne Bay.
< is delightful a little lad as one
as
Mr. B. is to find his trees laden
Mr. N. C. Bristol and bride, of Cincin- pleased
through
could meet in a day's journey PRICES
TO SUIT TIlE TIMHS.
COCOA with fine bright fruit.
t \ nati, are sojourning for a month or so in royal courts or out of them. lie is rather
; F %, ,Fine weather at :this 'writing, a little Rockledge.Mrs. Mr. Frank Harrison has arrived on his a small chap for thirteen years and I Send for land list.

more rain would be acceptable to vegeta S. E. Watson, of Georgia, is the annual visit with his aged father, Col. C. his delicate blondness makes him almost OFFICES AT . .

F' tion. guest of her relatives, Major C. B. Ma W. Harrison. Frank always comes when I pretty., TITUSVILLE AND MIAMI.

;., i Mrs. W. H. McIntyre, of Miami, has ;ruder and family. / game is in season and the fishing! fine, '
: .a been the guest of Mrs. W. G. Paterson for he enjoys these sports and has big A Raging, Roaring Flood
for a few days past. The Plaza opens its doors to guests on tales to tell his friends in Newark. Washed down a telegraph line which
I
Sunday. This hotel will hqve many new Chas. C. Ellis, of Lisbon, la., had to re
Plenty of oranges are being shipped attractions this season. Rev. J. A. Hughes preached an ex- pair. "Standing waist deep in icy wa-

u daily by express. Mr. Porcher and staff Mr. H. J. Rossiter, Mrs. Rossiter and cellent sermon Sunday morning at Rock.. ter," he writes, "gave me a terrible) cold JJ J

j are as busy as bees. sister, Miss Humphries, of Oberlin, Ohio, ledge chapel. A very good congregation and cough. It grew worse daily. Final

0'-'' S The children are exercised over exam are expected arrivals any day. greeted him. Miss Hartwell presided at ly the best doctors in Oakland, Xeb,
that Mr. Sioux City and Omaha said I had con.
the It is understood
.inations this week, trying for higher Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Williams, of New organ.will fill the pulpit here sumption and could not live. Then I he.

:; .. grades after the holidays. York,who have been guests of the White Hughes morning during the winter.A .every pan using Dr. King's New Discovery and

I J' '. .Plenty of drummers interviewing our cottage, left Tuesday for Seabreeze. Sunday was wholly cured by six bottles." Positively -
ti ; . ad death occurred in Rock ledge for coughs colds and
arriv guaranteed ,
and goods are
;; merchants holiday # Furniture has arrived for the new
't } Monday morning. About two weeks all throat and lung troubles by Wilson &
} ' ing. Everybody happy. Puttee residence, and will be put in justas ago a gentleman and his kill airuetiat Son and J. B. Screven. Price 50c. 5 VAAVfwi
Mr.Tom Gibbons has accepted a posi soon as the building is completed.
,, White cottage, a Mr. R. T. Patten and -->
,_ tion with Mr. Porcher at the Indian Riv- son, Arthur C., from iianon, Oliiu. Il- 1\rOKGAN & JONES, '
1 '9 Orange Growers' shipping house.
er was evident that the son was in a'lory
UCI A DOO REAL ESTATE, AND INSURANCE,
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fJb The Sunday schools are increasing it (y. feeble condition, although after a few -17rvi4 ( f"

<" numbers and interest. There were forty days rest, he began to recuperate a little,, Loans, Notary Public,

'.i five present at the Methodist on Sunday but he was seized with hemorrhage oi Collections, Typewriting, Stenography.

morning. the lungs and lost a quantity of blood TITCSVILLE, FLA. WreckedYour I
Kick a dog and he bites you. and this waS soon followed by a second;;
'" Your correspondent is under obligations home and property
r C :" to Mr. J. Gibert fora pleasant ride the third came Monday and he pas.-ec GEO. M. ROBBINS, F. A. MORGAN should be protected by
r. He bites you and you kick him. away. The grief-stricken father took President. Actuary.
'' fine morning re
S in his new surrey on a
the train, with the remains, Tuesday, Insurancefrom
cently. Thanks.If The more you kick the more: and carried them back to his sorrowing; BREVARDAbstract

Cocoa had a dozen more cottages, all friends at home. The young man wa!" .......... ............ FIRE. LHiHT-
------ SING and t'\CLONES.
could be easily filled, and that would bt :.ie bites and the more he bites 24 years of age, and very comely in ap
The small
k it. compared
.- a dozen more families for our merchantsto pearance. The old story-came. too late, of TitleCOMPANY expense to the risk of a cnt-
feed and clothe. die more you kick. Each so Florida did no good. trophy> like this. Writeto
"f : -- ---
,,:, Col. and Mrs. Smith have for then. or ask
+ .M", guests Mr. and Mrs. V. Dauber, of St I. makes the other worse. Throat Sore? CHAS. S. SC'HUYLER, TITV;VILLB. FLA
,
i+ : ; Louis, who are late arrivals at their pleas There's no telling what a sore throatwili Will furnish abstracts of title for reliable iufnnuatiun,
tat ','-' ant home on Cocoa Heights. A thin body makes thin do if yon give it "right of way." Un for lands in Brevard county. rates, tUtt<'. . . . .
remedies often cause dangerous
certain ---- -
Rev. Mr. Daiger filled his last appointment blood. Thin blood makes a delay. Make a cure sure with Painkiller, OFFICE UNDER LAW OFFICE OF
in Cocoa before leaving for confer known for half a century as a specific for GEO. M. RO 'BIXS. TITUSVILLE, FLA R. L. MOTLOW

ence Sunday morning and evening. Avery ? thin body. Each makes the sore throat, croupcoughs and all kindred -

.'. good congregation attended these troubles. Keep it by you for an emergency. John r. Walker. C. H. Swain.
i It never fails. Avoid subs'ituies.
; services. other If there is
c :z: worse. goingto There is but one Painkiller Perry Davis'.
T, There are some bad places in the road 25c. and 50c. John R. Walker & Co. ,

':. inside the corporate limits on Indian River be a change the help must ,

: j' \ 'avenue which need attention before MELBOURNE.We -DEALERS IX-

t l :. .. someone is hurt and a suit for damages is come from outside. are glad to report Mr. II. 0. Snede- DRY GOODS,

instituted. Scott's Emulsion is the right ker much improved in health and able

"f ,i' Mrs. F. W. Cady, who has been visit to be out doors again. MILLINERY,

.- 4 ing her mother, Mrs. Wesson, and sister;, help. It breaks up such a Mr.E. P. Branch left here last Tuesdayon FURNITURE llJllJ-
Mrs. Trafford left for her home in Providence him ,
trip to New York. We wish a
a
... combination. First it sets the
: R. I. last week stopping at Pat
'. pleasant journey and a speedy return.

latka en route. stomach right. Then it en- Mrs. L. C. Moore, of Roseland, and.

I'" Master Don L. Smith, of South Rock- of Washington, 1 11. C.,
riches the blood. That Mr. F. L. Moore
t c ledge, entered school as a pupil on Monday the guests of Mrs. Margaret Goode I)

I.. ,' \ '., morning, just in time to be graded strengthens the body and it this are week. i
". according to his examinations. Kind o' 1t
!: tough on the boy to be examined in new begins to grow new flesh.A Mr. and Mrs. Blackburn, of Ohio, have V / WHISKIES WINES Bk IDlES,

: R books he never has studied to rank with body makes rich rented tne Prange cottage, where they GINS BOTTLED BEERS
!' those who have. strong I will spend the winter. This is their first I .\ J

i blood and rich blood makes a : visit to Indian river, and they are well kjJ4 TITUSVILLE and COCOA. 1
The Christmas festive preparations have
with our country. '
pleased
, ';{ ; begun. A tree in the town hall, with an strong body. Each makes the -
4 Mrs. Miday and daughter, of Canton, EASlTflAST
rendered by the fr4 MEAT MARKET
appropriate program ether better. This is the wayScott's Ohio, arrived here last Thursday and
under the direction

is in
children ,
of Mrs. W progress G. Paterson and the Emulsion puts the thin will spend the winter in Mr. Powell's : \\ G. F. DDREX Agent,
house. Their old Melbourne friends are :, .
Anticipations ;
Misses Clara and Lilla Sanders. .
body on its feet. Now it can delighted to have them with us for another -
x run high.
e .. along by itself. No need winter. \4j fGoP ry =i 4.-S1--S Fler
r S The ladies of the Ayilah had a very get Admiral Gillis and friend, Mr. Ralph a

pleasant meeting last Friday at the library -]of medicine. Wallace arrived last week. They were FOUST AXD BOTTLE SODA, and
and reading room, and had for their ;_ S
: of Mr. and Mrs. Gibbs for a
t
; the guests CONFECTIONS FRUIT T"
guest Mrs. \V. H. McIntyre, of Miami, This picture representsthe .
Melbourne\ Beach :
i .. who was one of the charter members. Trade Mark of Scott's few days, then went CIGARS AM TOll 4CCO,
where they will spend the winter enjoying WIOr
will attend the State Federation tft
: Mrs. McIntyre Emulsion and is on the etc. Titusville Pla.s .
baths, fishing, .
sea
clubs be held in ,
of Woman's to
;' ._ Jacksonville in January, and will represent wrapper of every bottle. The many friends! of Dr. H. D. Brown, ; 4 aI

f ;' the Avilah at that meeting. She will i ir.1f Send for free sampleS formerly of Melbourne, but later of Day. c.- ': It

r :; :"<. read a paper prepared by Mrs. Wilson 'fi P P SCOTT & BOWNE tona, will be sorry to learn that he is in CURES WHERE ALI ELSE tAiifc, :
; that from the Avilah. -=-::: health at his old home in Detroit,, Best Cough Syrup. Tastes Good. Use
before body
.
409 Pearl St.. New York. poor in time. Sold by druggists.C r
w S to hear that he i is;
.Mich. We hope soon
Miss Dodson, teacher of the intermediate '
-5--- Titusville
ands 11 Florida. i
Soc. druggists. ,
'' k4 7: f department, selected Miss Alliene able to come south again. ,

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