Group Title: Florida star (Titusville, FL)
Title: The Florida star
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Title: The Florida star
Uniform Title: Florida Star
Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Star
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: S.W. Harmon
Place of Publication: Titusville ; Cocoa, Fla.
Titusville Fla
Publication Date: December 27, 1901
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075901
Volume ID: VID00606
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 34175599
alephbibnum - 002071719
lccn - sn 96027111
lccn - sn 96027111
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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Noted BusJanjArhSt**V 'P' ,InttaIt F"anraltof. "Tile.proposition: of 'ABdrcwCainegleio 'of 'It can hardly be- -felt In

,Our-Piea1 e t.,i- .. K .place, at jtbe "disposal the govern- .tl ii }6 b brought the;consideration

4 .T Special correspondence of The Florida StaW? mnt. $lQ.OQQ.oQf/or: the foundation of of this session of c ngress.;, One of,..tiie a

Dee a national Institution for advanced: 'features, of.*tbe?: proposed legislation In
WASHEiGToir '24.-President :
? study and research brlng Mb present the interest :of- the postal service Is 'a
Booseydtte :these days devoting some, the Plq b- G.
prominence educaponal/forces:now proposition to, secure new legislation. :
t I : moments of. his spare'time;. o{ widen, under government direction which making more'rigid terms for the,admission 'GE LEMxx 1 had s severe cold which settled onBJ

,. bowever, leA: s 'very little, ,to sitting would naturally become a parts of:the : .of publications to second I sSma11.privUeges..ltls fangs I tried-, number of advertised remedies
c.t and several pbjsid js,but teemed no benefit. I was
:'". for a, portrait Tby M. Const; ntl1rM university settlement-the Congressional : : argued that this despair
when Foley's Honey and Tar was recom-
If' kovsky, 'the celebrated :Russian. court. .library, the Smlthsonlan. ,mstltution, Is amore certain method preventing mended but a. few doses,gave great relief. 1 could

> artist,. who has:'painted'the czar and the.Naval' observatory and the,various the abuses of the postal privileges than |, .sleep and the hacking .cough ceased. Two bottles

'bis father; before him and 'thegrand scientific bureaus connected- with- the the enforcement of the postmaster cored m.entirely. 'It Laved my life.

dkes'oftlieimperial'family. The sit departments.. eral's 'ruling on the present law respecting S.. F. Fun,
Fewperspns, even to,W ashlngtonj realize :,second class matter. Certain :i- 677 Sedswick St Chicago,IB.
:tings for ',the president's portrait .are ._
wealth material
what a pf capable .- pUblishers are already preparing to
In the ;cabinet: .room pf, the White
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of to
-t.-; ,'. being promote prevent If possibleany legislation. ,hos-
.'c-: .J,; ., House, thVplace.: being'chosenfort- the research; the' god-mmept alreadjppos;, |flerto'helr Interests and their'efforts /

e'1' .'.. .,.' reason that ft "'a'llatisfactory. sesses. On';the strictly'scientific work may' result In a postponement pf' departmental

:4 background and good 'light of" the department of agriculture It Indorsement of Congressman -

:V. "- M. Makovsky- ,,1s here :as ,a guest at lays, out yearly ,about ,$4,000,000 on Smith's efforts to secure 'penny : ,

the Russian embassy and Is 'accompaf. that, of the Interior department more postage. However Mr.. Smith will _ q

J. : : '. than |i,000,000 'and the 'same on the make a vigorous-fight for the measure

. 1'f' treasurydcPartmeht while to the Davy and 'is assured of' support from! many B. B. WILSON ft SON.

department the war department, the sources.4 SAMUEL HUBBASD.THU . r-
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r Smithsonian i institution, the fish com:

,., mission the botanic gardens and the HOME' GOLD .CIJ.RE. Florida East Coast
'i .,- library of conit-ess' devotes enough ; Ry. : .

more to make a total ..of'more than
1 I' 1t' An Ingenious Treatment by which Drunkards -
$8,000,000, or 'sum representing apout are Being Cured Daily in e
!; :i t 10 cents per capita for the entire popu. S Spite otTbem lYea. Time Table No. 33. In Effect Sept. 1, 1901.

: lation of the United States. Congresshas
,; No Noxinna 8el. Weakening of the BOUND (Read Down.) (Bead Up) NORTH BOUn
Q -.l ( provided that the museums libraries -
Nerves.. A Pleasant Positive Cure No.11 Na34: o,35
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containing about 3,000,000 books. for the Liquor Habit.It l Na78N 0.

s pamphlets and maps and other re- is 'now generally known and. under- 1)a(1OOp bi

shall be available for higher stood that drunkenness is disease and :
sources a i b. 3op 100Sa : ........80 Jacksonyille....... v 852& ...... .
education and research but has not not weakness. A body filled with poison, A ...... 613p111Sa ........S>;Augusune 55Up54ip 16aa -4 O0
and completely"shattered by cf W ...... 648"!
for nerves periodical
T provided the machinery making constant' A Z E-t ...... 'loop IUp II .........East Palatka......,... 48p IOUs ...... x: b
them practicably useful It is,this machinery , use intoxicating liquors .c ...... 'I84p12S4r II ........... Neop............. 419p 825a ...... 4. a t'f1
which the Carnegie foundationIs requires an. antidote capable of neutralizing A JZl ...... 7 47p 1'52p ............Bunnella ....... .... 407p 818a ......
k' a and eradicating this poison'and : a w ...... 12p w ......_.....Dupont............ 40)p 8a'ia ...... 03 >
intended to supply.In z to .. ... 82Up 12p ........... b 0
destroying the for intoxicants. 0 .Ormond......... .. 33dp 3ika...... H880p ...
,this, connection the annual report craving .,.. 187p ...........Daytona............ II 322p: 329a ..... trJ t'4 .......
: Sufferers may now cure themselves at A x O ...... 840p l47p It .........Port Orange.......... 10. SUp ioa: ...... t'4-
if i of I Congressional Librarian Putnam. home without 53fJa ..... .. bI
publicity or lofts of time t-4 900p 2U7p .New Smyrna ..... 2 52p 6 Qua nip
which has just been submitted to congress from business! this wonderful "HOME vii 6 3& ..... } ............Oak Hlll............ .. 2 ...... :2 Ji IIt t 0
by o 800tt. ,..... 8 Oop II ........... TitusTille........... 15p ...... 1 0 :S
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{ i may be of.Interest to the thoughtful. GOLD CuRE, which has been perfectedafter II=i E-4 ...... ...... 34J1' .. .............Cocoa. .. 119p .... .... 7i tIiI.
.. '. This report, which is the third that many years of close study and treat- fCi rz1.; Z ...... ...... ( ......BockJedge Juntion... II 116p ...1.. ...... y <
I ment of inebriates. The faithful 0 ...... ...... .3 ...........Eau Gainer.-...... ...... ...... tilt. 0.
;u4 has come, f op.the hand of Mr. Put. we according ((1 ...... ...... 25p ......... Melbourne..........." .............. ;:; -.,..
to directions of this wonderful O =:t ..... ...... ...... .. \.,-. .,..._ P'O ....
nam not only deals in a mot compre- VslP .'I""uaa.' n ............ ...... ....,. x
7 'I ,. discovery is positively guaranteed to cure :'H...... ....... ............St. Lucie........... II 124p........ ...... W'ko
4 M i' :: M.' CONSTANTINE MAKOT8KY. pensive way with administrative details the most obstinate matter how a ....... ...... 6 U5p ". .......... Fort Pierc.......... II ...... ...... zJ'
of the library but places before case no V t-4 ....... ...... 624p .............Tibbals............ II ...... ...... toH 0
4 i ; \ nled by his wife. Both are': becoming hard a drinker. Our records show the cf b. ..... ....6" ..............Eden.............. II 103.Ja.: ............ t j bW
I k \ members of the senate and house an' marvelous transformation of thousands of ? I.. .. ...... 633p .. .............Jensen............. ...... ...... tIj;
.C exceedingly popular at the capital,andy adequate idea,'of what has been doneto drunkards into sober industrious and .::......... 6ttp .............Stuart........ .... ....... ...... t-d
i Lave received many social courtesies. upright sq: < ...... ...... 11.p ..........Hobe Sound..... ..... 1027a........ ....... t-3 tt
:.' make the prodigious amount of men. ...... ....... 123r .. ....West Jupiter.......... N ....... ...... tzj tf::::: >
: The artist Is also painting a portrait of printed Information which constitutesthe Wives cure your husbands! Childrencure O o M ...... ...... .:....West Palm Beach....... ii,,00a...... ......
+ Countess Casslnl I which fathers! This is in a ...... ...... 821p ", ...... ...Boynton............. II a&& ...... ..... ct:: Oct
: was begun library of congress available under your remedy no :a E-c ...... ...... 8 SOp It :...........Delray ............. It 82ia ... ...... t1.; .'". e
i ': some months ago In Marlenbad, Bohemia topical classification for ready reference sense a nostrum but is a specific for this ........,...... 913p .......Fort Lauderdale........ It 'I35a .............. t.zj: s
wbere .Embassadpr Casslnl and disease only and is so skillfully devised '< ...... ....... 9571 .........Lemon City....... 663a. ...... ....., :
I' ;' as well as exhaustive research. and prepared that it is thoroughly soluble ot ............ .ooopAr' ..... . .. ..Miami... .......:::Lv 6 3BuffrL ._. ."_ .._... .... .td
his of the
} daughter spent a portion
i : The report shows that the total expenditures -
and pleasant to the taste, so that it can t'arlor liars ura t'ratus 33 sad 78.
" summer. for the library for the past be given in a of tea or coffee withoutthe
cup 0.21 No.19 '
f o.15 NO.l Na No.Sund :
The president is- still.obliged to devote -
'. fiscal year were $505,055.07. This knowledge of the person taking it. und:: Daily Daily KAUORT BRAKCR. Daily Dally se
: not a little"of his time to bearing amount is increased to $5(53,257.77 in Thousands of drunkard* have cured them- Only Only ex.Su Only

the recital of the virtues of applicants the appropriation made for the current selves with this priceless remedy, and as -t 00p 10- lOa 813p BlkiaLv............. ....Jacksou ville................Ar 74..a1T i IIl .....
2 08p 1018& 62ij 858a ...............80. Jack onville............... 7 3-a 3 3.p 12 ......
i :-:. for.offices. This he usually does very fiscal year. The revenues of the copy many more have been cured and made 2-lOp 10 00a 65p 91oa. ............. Pablo Beach............... 7 06a13 Aip 11 ....
s a, : good raturedly, but occasionally he right division amounted to $03.687.50. temperate men by having the "Cure" administered 245p1055a. I 70up 915a u.... .....,.....AtlanticBeach......... ...... .. 7 OIa 1 1Rn' 3o9pI14tia .:....
by loving friends and relatives .. 111Q 7\\: g kg1.4r. . . .. . ...3laynort. .. .. LVI H 'A 44I130s . ...
makes little attempt to conceal the fact The shows that 70,481 printed -
t that he Is bored by this almost cease- addedto \\"ithouttheir knowledge in coffeeor nu.",!,vu.wnuas.DIAO.iytro.4iPALATKABRANCH "':' :-'''''! \ ,,:_, ,"0.
books and pamphlets have been =
tea and believe today that they discontinued Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily Daily DailylDailyiDail7 De.B
32 less importunity on the; part of friends the library during the past year. On drinking of their own free will. 1 90p 8 Bop 4 Mp_1 00p t185a 6 35a Lv. . .. alatka. . .A r I II 3Oa._ 'I 1&11.2...)1> 1 575OpI
t , of"the. candidates. A late Instance Is this subject the librarian says the in- Do not wait. Do not bn deluded by ap- 65Q1 435p 12op.u.5."Ia 655a. Ar..East. 8mtb..r.v 61:'& 7\,12.\)1' 1OHn 5 hMQ

x; a i: recounted.< A western representative crease In the appropriation over that parent and misleading 'improvement." SAN MATEO BCli.
' t much Interested in a pending appointment rive the disease DatlylDail ___ 1iWtfiollt
} for the preceding year has enabled out at' once and for all 935pI 3 Lv. ........................... Ea9t Palatka.... ......... ... . ...
f .. called at the White House the progress to be made in the completionof time. The "Home Gold Cure" is sold at 815p1540a1 Ar............ .. ...... ... ..tlan MattO. ....,.,. ..... .... .. .. ... ...Al"l 1
a other day to mate a final appeal for sets and in the acquisition of standard the extremely low price of one dollar, No.11 -iff

: .> his candidate but more especially to material in each great departmentof thus placing within reach: of everybody atreatment No.Daily ORANGE BRANCH.CITY INO.2 Daily) SANFORD BEA1rCH. Daily
protest against the choice of a certain more effectual than others cost- ex.u ExSu ....

knowledge. But the present sum is ing $25; to $50. Full directions i accompany tl lop Lv ......New Svmrna.......Ar 640p -7 05a Lv......... ...Titnsvtile.. ............A
other man. His reception was not altogether below that requisite if the library Is to each package. advice 421p .......T-'I..e lielen..Lv 530p 718& ............... ............... 11
cordial. Indeed the president In Special by skilled 439p II ......... ...... 514p 833a .. ...... .....voteen............... ..11--
become a collection comprehensive physicians when r Kjues>te was decidedly brusque. Upon returnIng scope. In view of the larger field of charge. Sent prepaid to any l part of the Ar..............I+anford.. .. : 110w
: t from the White House the representative usefulness of the Congressional libraryin world on receipt of one dollar. Address I

admitted to a colleague that connection with the proposed national Dept. CG26, EDWIN B. GILES & Co., 2330 These Time Tables show the times at which train may be exoeoted to arrive sad depart
but their arrival or at the times stated is not *
from the several stations departure gvaroa
'" I he had been received rather coolly, but university, the suggestions of the and 2332 Market street, Philadelphia.All teed nor does the Company hold itself responsible for any delay or any consequeocw uu

r ; ".:' added, "I made him listen and shot librarian should have special weight correspondence strictly confidential.The ing therefrom. ,
-' the cold dough into him with a redhot with t
'i "
syringe. The next day the man Supreme Court.
The real work of congress will beginas
# against whom the protest was lodged soon as the solons return from their There are nine members of the supreme STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAML

$ received the appointment, and now holiday vacation. A measure which is court of the United States one BETWEEN MIAMA KEY WEST AND HAVANA.Leave .

this western representative's colleagues likely to attract wide public attentionis chief justice and eight associate jus-
I if are certain that the nomination Miami Mondays and Fridays....10 05 pm Leave Havana Weds and Saturdays.! 08 MB
: the "penny postage" bill introducedby tices. They are appointed for life by
+ Arrive Key West Tues.and Saturdays. 100 pm Arrive Key West Weds and Sat...... 8&*Est
4- .. was due to presidential dyspepsia, Congressman G. W. Smith of 1111CONQBESS5IAN the president with tbe concurrence of Leave Key West Tues. and Sundays.! .. 7 8)pro Leave Key West Thus and buns .... 4tipw
V -r caused by the remarkable injection the senate.: Arrive Havana Weds. and Mondays.. 5 30 am Arrive :Miami Fridays and Monday . 0(A)aax

aforesaid-"cold dough" administered For copy of local time card address any Agent.

w with a 'redhotsyrlnge." 1. D. RAHNER. Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent. ST. AUGUSTINE TL4. "

It Is Intimated that there may soon AN OLD ADACE .. .
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'; ?* be a change in the official household

{ t of the president and connected with SAYS -

the intimation-there Is bit of
a romantic -
4.t. T "A light purse Is a heavy curse" Southern
Jfe L -1' gossip. It is said that Secretary
Sickness makes a light purse. Jh
Hitchcock would like to give up the
portfolio of the interior department The LIVER is the seat of nine

; P i and return to his business enterprises tenths of all disease.Tutt's .

t f. t In St. Louis and, further, that the presIdent - t

: would like to offer the place to ailwayDIRECT

ex-Senator Wolcott of Colorado who it

Is asserted would not be averse to accepting Pills i

it, though at considerable 16

financial sacrifice. The ex-senator and

his wife have lived apart for several go to the root of the whole mat
I years. The latter is a close friend of LINE-QUICK TIME TO )
y2. f ter, thoroughly, quickly safely
Mrs. Roosevelt and has lately been a Washington
and restore the action of the Baltimore, Pblladtlpbla,
t 'I' r guest at the White House. Mrs. Wol new York
LIVER to normal condition. Chicago, Cincinnati,
0) i r: colt was a Miss Metcalf of Buffalo. Eouitiiie

: < She was married Lyman K. Bass Give fljianta, Birmingbatd,
tone to the system and
Cnattanocga menipbis St. Louis
i Kansas City.
I' '. who was in congress for several years. ,
solid flesh
< to the body.
_f. Her marriage to Senator Wolcott was AND ALL POINTS EAST AND WEST.
..;.' the result of a romance begun In Colo Fake No Substitute.. -
1" rado. It to be unusually
was supposed an NO OTHER
!; ,.' happy love match, and society, social

and official was shocked when the rupture BEST FOR THEBOWELS THE NEW YORK & FLORIDA EXPRESS

f to their domestic happiness was O. W. SMITH.
:. "- made known. On Feb. 22, 1899. Senator
nois before the holiday recess. It
4 (. Wolcott delivered the eulogy on proposes the East and North.
to reduce letter postage to. 1 cent
"fi Washington in the senate. Mrs. Wol
a : an ounce. While the postoffice depart THE CINCINNATI
cott sat In the gallery and at the con- ment officials have made If TOO baven't & regular healthy movement of the & FLORIDA LIMITEDTo
.* clusion of his speech sent him a beautiful no recommendation bowels every dag-, you're ill or will be. Keep your the West and North-Weat.
on the subject, It Is well understood bowels open.anJue well. Force in the shape ot violent
... pbysic or pill poison,is dangerous. The smooth
bouquet of A few afterward
i .41 roses. that it is being considered in eat,easiest most perfect way of keeping the bowels The line "The "
=. society was surprised and clear and clean is to take through Land of the Sky, Asheville, Hot
l shocked to learn of their separation. view of the plans that are being pushed CANDY Springs, N. C. Finest Summer Resort Section in the
for the reduction of
postal expenditures
I The friendship between the Wolcotts in other directions. CATHARTIC World. Through Sleeping Cars from Jacksonville to

and the Roosevelts Is of many years' Postal authorities estimate that the Asheville and Hot Springs, North Carolina.

standing, and it is known that the
department will from $8,000,000
S. S president and his wife have been deeply to $15,000,000 by the consummation of ebolct of Route to Pan-fliaerican expodtioa, Buffalo, II V*

pained the domestic
over infelicity
plans for excluding certain publications Through Vestibuled Trains Pullman
v Drawing-room Sleeping ThrcsgtCoaches.
s, of their friends and would be delighted
t'f from the second class mail matter. This
Car Service.
= to see them reconciled. Putting two 1 Dining
i reduction, however, according to post-
and two together, society now argues office officials, will not be felt for some Through Trains via the Southern Railway are Operated in Connection wits
y that the president In view of the especially EAT JEM LIKE CANDY
months in an appreciable manner and the Plant System from Jacksonville.
S 'C!' firm friendship of Mrs. Roose- Pleasant, Palatable. Potent. Taste Good Do Good,
,. the full effects of It will not be real Never Sicken Weaken, or 10, 25, and M cenU
1 4 1 S 'jyelt for Mrs. Wolcott, would hardly ized until the next period of reweigh- per Write (or free Griper e. and booklet 433 on For Rates,Schedules and Information,call oa or address

k' invite ex-Senator Wolcott to become a SIEBU58 Ruby COIfiST: CHICAGO or Sire TOIL W. T. COSBY Traveling Pa W
ing the malls and the consequent reduction seng r Agent,108 ,Bay St., JACKgONYILLS,rut
; .member of his official family unless a
S. ; reconciliation had been effected _be I that Is expected In the cost of KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN /.H.HAEDWICK Ger 'PasseDgerAgt., W.IL TAYLOR, Ast.G &.Pau.AiU

WM,4 transportation. WASHING', . ATLANTA, QA.

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\ ";- ." THE:,FLORIDA STAB: .FRIDAY, 'DECEMBER '27, 1901. : 7


tHt:GRIHINDU : BU building to .be .permanent' ,and t to, be I Swisi" tnk'eien.Wlth ; > ::> I ,. ,
only'one 'exception the glaciers .. _. .. ,
used for -- "
- -
. library purposes after the . ... " ,- , .. .. --. -
I' _, of Switzerland
I are-diminishing'
fair. ; -
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*. '
II'Preliminary: }Work. of Constructing". ,Louist !. The United States government board "7. Since 1876 the Rhone glacier has = :
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t_ :t. ..tar; prehase Exposition! !q f i whtcb'Wtll'liavecharge of the 'federal decreased In length at' therate of over

$ Special Upr pondenceof The> Florida star; building :and( department exhibits has thirty-one yards a year.

'i3T.luotiis,Dee. l3-With a" shovel--- 1 been organized, and the'construction of n,..' J r., <

:the.hands: of"Prcsldent.Daffd'B L iBYan- the Building,will proceed as soon as the Holland' Canals.
nine .
Holland miles J
+ cia. 'the*.first.:earth, has: been 'officially design and plans,have been passed up \ bait r ''f- .

.' i4'' turned.'on_-I the''s1t of the; Louisiana ,on. ',,It will take a'year to complete the every In 100 alL square, ,- miles.of, surface- '"", Z7Dnrues T For Infants and Children.

, 'Purchase exposition' 'far Forest 'park building. "

.*; The.event'Which! St. Lonlsans{ regardas President Colonel Upton Francis Young' has written to Editor Lynch, of Daily Post, Ph'impsbu The Kind You Have
proposing a militarycongress
., :' mosrfinjwrtantthhig'that, htts"cs J.has tested the merits of Foley's
i'I' 'happened: 'the,transmiasisslppf country at the world's fairto; includea Honey and Jar with, this result! "1 have

,: 'since the,signing I of 'the ]purchase company*from the army of every'na used a great many patent remedies in my Always Bought

traty'' ninety-eight years ago, was attended tion equipped according to the regulations family for coughs and colds, and I can
.,:',:'. by 'elaborate'mlittarj.and'elvle. of the-country;'represented.LEOXABD honestly eay your Honey/-and Tar is the egelablePreparallonlbrAs- -

" .. : BALDWBT. best thing of the kind I have ever; .used, si>mlating terood aflEe ula-

;,- ,, AkNU1V1 and I cannot say too much in praise ofit. Knd tht Stomachs.nnriBowgls cf Bears the
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-' 'Wilson fe Son. |
IOO./. Cash Needed.The >t, t

: ", 6omethia :':New Under while I flounder in deep debt Sign ture t
f .
The Sun." This thought baa crossed my mind: '
f-. lion coil ii just u hard to get Promotes DigesfiollC&erfu1- IOprumlorphine
.All doctors have tried to cure catarrh by As tajr, 'other. nesSandBest.Contalns natter
;' the.uSe of powders, acid gases, inhalers Prea nor lfmera1. Of
,; ':,-. and drugs in paste form. Their powdersdry -
1t:..; 'up the mncoua membranes causing Stretching It. IiOTNATitgOTIC.1Bset'tFdh'Slbflzlm; .
them to crack open and bleed. ,The'powerful Willie-What's a dachshund, muther ..! '

. .. 'acids used in the inhalers have entirely Mother=Phy, my dog that's bin run ..
't'.;,, eaten away the same membranes through a clothes ,wringer, me BOD.- e
( that their makers have aimed to cure, Chicago News.C. .
.' while pastes and ointments cannot reach .
,1 the disease.' An old and experienced In
'A1; a
practitioner who has for many years madea W. Lynch, Winchester, Ind.writes:
< close study and specialty of the treat- "I owe the life of my boy to 'Foley'a Br f wlwsovtlali.-
? has Honey and Tar. He had .membranous I JSu4- '
"\' r ment of catarrh, at last perfected a SuosrAperfect .
.t. treatment which when faithfully used, croup, and the first dose gave him relief. Use
not only relieves at once, but perma- We continued its use and it soon broughthim .
nently cures catarrh by removing the out of danger" Wilson & Son. Remedy for Constipation '

Iri' cause, stopping .the. discharges, and cur- ,Sour Ston chDiarrhoea,
ing all inflammation. It is the only rem- Salt of the Earth. WonnsConvulsionsFeverish-
One advantage had old nun Lot For OverThirty
edy known to science that actually
In this world of trouble and strife; ness and LOSS OF SLEEP.
reaches the afflicted This wonderful -
i parts. fresh ..
1 When in after years he got lo', "Snuffles, the He could go'home and lick his Tile. facsimile Signature: of !
guaranteed>fcatarrh f cure" and is sold at Chicago News.

31'R the extremely l low price of- one dollar, Years

fj SYLVAN;LAKE.Cf'FOREST, PABK.,, each package,containing internal and external NEW YORK. '

ceremonies and .the,outgiving of medicine, sufficient, for a full
many month's7 treatment, and everything nec- flheIllIIIsllIRheumatic OVtSjrfipTjnilKs; 5f>iqL
eloquent words of and
. f glorification!
\ essary to its perfect use."Snuffles" t
gratulation. ?J W is the only perfect catarrhcure .. PA2TAIA
St. Louis now the fourth city In size- 'ever made, and is now recognized as .''I. pains are the cries of protestand

; on:they; \merIcAn I cqntlnent'fully real. the only safe and positive cure for that distress from tortured muscles;aching

", t lles-theMmportance ofjthj undertaking annoying and disgusting disease. It cures I joints and excited nerves The blood has EXACT COPT; WBAPPEB.. UflU UlflflC

to which she has set tier hand.i The all. inflammation quickly and permanently been poisoned by the accumulation ,of CITY.I. .
motto of the managing: directors of the ,and is wonderfully quick'to waste,matter in the system, and can no > --. ' ' .. ... '_, - -_-
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relieve cold in the head.
:', exposition has been, "To begin well is hay fever or longer supply the pure and health sustain. -- - - -

t :. half way to ,the goal of,success," and Catarrh When neglected of}en leads to ing food they require. The'whole'systemfeels
consumption-"Snuffles" will save you if the effect of this acid poison; 'and
so the foundation' forthe, physical construction you use it at once.' It is no, ordinary not until the blood has bee 'purified and

i :_,, jpf .th \great ..fair'has been remedy, but a complete treatment whichis brought back to a healthy:Audition will

l' well laid. From this time.forward the positively guaranteed to cure catarrh in the aches and pains cease. 'i I'

1: work of erecting the exposition, city any form or stage if used according to directions Mrs. James Kell of 707 Ninth street, N. E. t
will go on vigorously. Plans for many which accompany each package. Washington, D. C,writes as follows: ;A fe\ \
months ago I had an attack of Sciatic Rheum
; of,the buildings{ have been''prepared by' Don't delay; but send for it at once, and tism in its worst form. The
write full particulars as to your condition pain was so intense that I
the architectsapprovedby the directors -
and you will receive special advice became completely pros- Asthmalene Brings Instant Relief and Perma-
and are now in the hands of the, trated. The attack was an
1(' contractors. b from the discoverer of this wonderful unusually severe one, and nent Cure in All Cases.
remedy regarding pouc' case without cost my condition was regarded -
.. The exposition' buildings will be a to you beyond the regular price of as being very danger.
c cream or Ivory:white In their exteriors "Snuffles" the "guaranteed catarrh cure. one 6f the most able doctors -

; ,,.."_ and colonnades. eoI old:wUl-be"11ed In Sent prepaid to any address in the in Washington who is WRITE YOUR NAME AND ADDRESS-PLAINLY.

those portions of the buildings thrown 1 United States or Canada on receipt of one also a of member a leading of medical the faculty

k Into the shadow, such asthe Interior dollar. Address Dept. C626, EDWIN B. college here. lie told me
GILES & COMPANY, 2330 and 2332 Market to continue his prescriptions There is nothing like Asthmalene.
walls'ot loggas'for considerable .
a street Philadelphia. and I would get well. After having ik filled C HAl EF It brings instant relief, even in the
i: number of which .the 'pla i provideOn .. twelve times without receiving the slightestbenefit &\1
worst It when all else faila.
cases. cures
I declined to continue his treatment an}
3. these' interior, walls along which longer. Having heard of S.S.S.Swift'sSpecificJrecomm FOR TEN
the ceiling of: the colonnades, casts,, a Redivlvns.All .' nded for Rheumatism I decided almostin The Eev. C. F. Wells, of Villa Ridge,
hail the frosty autumn! despair however to give the medicine a trial YEARS III, says: 'OY our trial bottle of Asthmalene
shadgw there will be mural paintings and after I had taken a few bottles I was able to received in good condition. I cannot tell
You can.scent her from afar
: and other color: effects : hobble around on crutches,and very soon thereafter you how thankful I feel for the good de-
For garments all are redolentOf
had no use for them at all, S. S. S.having
rived from I slave chained with
. I. Treeshave'been; : felled oh the.sft 'ot camphor balls and tar.Detroit. cured xne sound and well. All the distressing it. was a ,
a thefblg buildings-,onlyiit; .being the ln j' Free Press. pains have left me, my appetite-has returned .6 putrid sore throat and asthma for ten
I despaired of ever being cured, I
and I am happy to be again restored to perfed years
i ; tentlon.'of "designers, of: the landscape health. saw your advertisement for the cure of
, to justify if'possible'tlie. name Forest Friendly Interest.GraceWbt . great vegetable I this dreadful and tormenting disease,asthma
City, jvhlch has been-attached to. the, do you persist in repeatIng and tonic is and thought you had overspoken yourselves
I that ,awful scandal about Lucy? SSSthe ideal remedy in all J. but resolved to give it a trial To
exposition.. lnadvance. Altogether '
trying to find out if thereIs troubles. my astonishment the trial acted like a
ea M about 250 acres have been cleared but charm. Send me a fullsized bottle."
not : any. train iu it,Smlirjf Set. ,i, are no opiates ot /j /
i allthe trees'on this' tract have been ___. T \ minerals in it to disturb the digestion and / Rabbi of the Cong. Bnai IsraeL
f r cut. All those trees which by their
Cranlology. lead to ruinous habits. I1 I New York Jan. 3,1901.
hardy growth or'their beauty of form : We're Judged by'hGat' the head contains, We have prepared a special book on Drs Taft Bros' Medicine Co.
i have warranted sueh"'ife tment' have And so we'oft inquire with care, Rheumatism which every sufferer from Gentlemen: Your asthmalene is an excellent -

been saved and will at the proper time Ts it employed to carry brainsOr this painful disease should read. It is the remedy for asthma and hay fever,
Just a place for rowing hairfWashington most complete and interesting book of and its composition alleviates all troubles
be to the of the i'
'; ,. transplanted avenues Star. 1' 7 which combine with asthma. Its success id
", the kind in existence. It will be sent free
!IT big,exposition picture.f" astonishing and wonderfuL After having
J $ TheJ directors :th exposition and to any one desiring it. Write our physicians i. i r it carefully analyzed we can state that
COUGHS AND COLDS IN CHILDREN. fully and freely about your case. We 0 Asthmalene contains no opium chloro-
"1 $ Indeed all the, people of St. Louis are
: make no charge for medical advice. f form or ether. Very truly yours
,1 ?|' highly elated over the prospect of hav- Recommendation. of a "Well Known Cbl- THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. ATLANTA. GA. EYERY RINGO REV. DR. MoEfiis WECUSLas.RELIEF. .
f| Ing President Diaz of the republic offc ' . .
< Avon Springs, N. Y., Feb. 1, 1001.
4' Mexico their guest during some .
as portion
Dr. Taft Bros. Medicine Co.
I and prescribe Chamberlain's
"j, f of the time the fair Is In progress. Cough use Remedy for almost all obstinate, II Y Gentlemen: I write this testimonial from

.tPreshlent Diaz has officially accepted constricted coughs with direct results. I a sense of duty, having tested the wonderful effect of your Asthmalene for the cure of asth I
ma. My wife has been afflicted with asthma for the 12 Having
t. '4' on the part of.the Mexican government prescribe it to children of all ages. Am spasmodic past years. exhausted -
my own skill as well as many others, I chanced to see your sign upon your windowson
: J". the Invitation of the president of the glad to recommend it to all in need and e 130th street New York I at once obtained a bottle of Asthmalene. My wife commenced
United States to'participate In the ex seeking relief from colds and coughs and taking it about the first of November. I very soon noticed a radical improvement. After ,

fo :: position.I Jn,his reply,.t? the Invitation bronchial afflictions. It is nonnarcoticand using one bottle her asthma has disappeared and she is entirely free from all symptoms. I
.I. thA of public promotion, colonization safe in the hands of the most unpro feel that I can consistently recommend the medicine to all who are afflicted with this dis l
. fessional. A universal panacea for allmankind. tressing disease. Yours respectfully, 0. D. PHELPS M. D.
and Industry of Mexico says,
.-Mrs. ,Mary R. Melendy, M. Dr. Taft Bros' Medicine Co. ,
t'; "Report of the matter having been D., Ph. D., Ch1ca ",I11. This remedy is HOUSEWORKToo Gentlemen: I was troubled with asthma for 22 years. I have tried numerous remediesbut .
made to the president of the republic for sale by. Wilson & Son. they have all failed. I ran across your advertisement and started with a trial bottle.I .
t he has seen fit to direct that you be Informed much housework wrecks wo found relief at once. I have since purchased your full-size bottle and I am ever grate-
which I have the honor to do, ful. I have family of four children and for six years was unable to work. I am now in the
an Army. men's And the constantcare
nerves. best of health and am doing business every day. This testimony you can make such use of
that the Mexican government, wishingto For an army of 30,000 men and 10,- of children, day and night, is as you see fit. Home address, 235 Rivington street. S. RAPHAEL,

respond to the, desire of the govern- 000 horses for three months It Is esti- often too trying for even a strong 67 East, 129th st., New York City. I

ment and people of. the United States mated that 11,000 tons of food and forage -
A face tells the
woman. haggard
that Mexico shall participate In the International are necessary. of the overworked housewifeand TRIAL BOTTLE SENT ABSOLUTELY FREE ON RECEIPT OF POSTAL.Do .
exposition at St. Louis accepts story

the Invitation and that It will Invite Height and Weight.A mother. Deranged menses, not delay. Write at once, addressing DR. TAFT BEOS' MEDICINE CO., 79 East
:) private exhibitors to exhibit their man should weigh twenty-six leucorrhcea and falling of the 130th st., New York City.Sold.

uroducts." pounds for every foot of his height. womb result from overwork. by All Druggists.

The other foreign nations that have Every housewife needs a remedyto .. ,
# officially declared their Intention to Health and Beauty.A regulate her menses and to -- -- ----

make extensive exhibits at the fair are poor complexion is usually the resultof j keep her sensitive female organsin Ii

China, Costa- Rica, Nicaragua, Guate- a torpid liver or irregular action of the perfect condition. The Seaboard Air-Line Railway

mala, Peru and Greece.. bowels. Unless nature's refuse is carriedoff

Fuel.oil from the wells of Texas will it will surely cause impure blood. Pim- WINEOF CIRDDI

probably;be used under the boilers of plesboils and other eruptions follow.Thisis CAPITAL CITY ROUTE.
method of off the I
nature's throwing
the big power plant of exposition.
is doing this for thousands of
which the bowels failed to
tet -
The director of the works te Jw&Jnsfato poisons The-Softest Route, T l 'bWitfalJtfie'Eati: Risers JtsxsfcsS
1l10 'e. ? are j.
file feasibility <& using Tsx&a. vii j t\vor5d famous for lemedyiDg iMs condi Mrs Jones and that is why she

Instead of the .soft coal which supplies tion. They stimulate the liver and pro writes this frank letterOlendeane : DOUBLE DAILY SERVICEIncluding 1

: nearly. all' the fuel for the big factories mote regular\ and healthy action of the Sundays. '

t-'' of St. Louis. If the expense of the fuel bowelsbat never cause griping, cramps or Ky.,Feb.10,1901. \

oil, either In first cost or In cost of distress. Safe pills. Wilson & Son. I am so glad that your Wine of Cardui -TO-

1. transportation, Is not prohibitive It is helping me. I am feeling better than Savannah Columbia Southern Pines
1 for! Over Fifty TeartMBS.wixBiAjwB I have felt for years. I am doing mown ,
will be used. work without any help and I
The Geographical society SOOTHISO SYRUP has bee washed last week and was Dot one bit Richmond Washington Baltimore
i used for over fifty years by mlllionsof mother; tired. That shows that the Wine Is ,
t;: has appointed a committee to cooperate I for'their"'children. while teething, with perfeo me good. I am getting fleshierthan

.j.._ with'the St Louis world's fair I. success allaY8a1lpa1n.cureswlnd soothes the child colic softens, and Is the the gams best ever was before and sleep good Philadelphia, New York,
and eat hearty. Before I began taking
i ' 'In',securing_ exhibits from foreign coun remedy Uttle sufferer for Diarrhoea.Immediately.It will Sold relieve by Druggistsin the poor Wine of Cardut, I used to hare to lay 3Pn.1lTiaci.33.Only .
Through T1.eepers.
tries. It Is announced that the society every part of the world. Twenty-flve cents down fire or six times every day bat
:i' ; bottle. Be sure and ask for "Mrs. Wins- now I do not think of lying down throughthe
'.I J I will ,endeavor to have every country a low'i Soothlnif Syrup and take; no other. rindOASrORA. day. M&s. BICHAKD JOSES. Line Operating Through Pullman Car Service Jacksonvilleto

on the globe represented. I 81.00 AT DRUGGISTS. New Orleans.For .

: The directors of the St. Louis Public information writeE.
; Tot uMe ud Ittentu tddrtM plat iynp further ,
'1 library, have asked the exposition cornt 1o&lI& the KM You Haw Always Bucglit torn Ch *ttuko,"Tfc(t La4Ju'M&diclne AttrtMrr OutUaoom Dp&tm,.a TeAL t", The L. BUNCH Gen. Pass. Agent. A. MlcDONELL Asst Gen. Pass. Agent,

pariy 'to;establish a branch library,. in ,8igcatare I I Portsmouth Va. Jacksonville Fla
; .-' connection wtth\ the,- world's- ."', fair the .JAS. M. BARR, Vice-president and General,Manager, Portsmouth,Va.
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' }8 :::- .. -'- :r FLOBIDA, BTARJRIDAYDECEMBER. 27, 1901. '_. . :
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.I ' ",::J.< COCOA. BUSINESS- DIRECTORY.. .:. . T : .: J : Baptist State Convention. -----w-------
t : .4:".,1;HUGHLETT ':X. O;,;Ic .- NIEL, , .. .. The Baptist State convention of this :
D., p. EOfficfa dyer iTh'e Indian,River i 1t
: Bronchitis
k : Drag Cote stores;the leading Drugestablisi- state recently adjourned Marianna.: A I .
\, ,_,'pent of tbq Indian'river country: .: prosperous meeting was. held. Five or :
> sin thousand dollars was raised for various -
WILLLUr.HUiDLE.-Undertaker.and Em-
,' balmer.'Bicy'clea Sewing Machine sap- Hit Rolls benevolences. One, thousand dollarswas WMMMMMMBO B BVW "*1"

: ' plies,Tinning and Pipe Fitting, Repairing given. for the new ,state orphanage, U I have kept Ayer's Cherry Pec- .
C t ., of Every Description.' jLgent. 'for Beveridge which some people hoped. would-be located . total in my house for a peat mtif
.' : "T Steam Cooker. ...JeJU.NKLIP in Tampa, years. It is the best medicine in"
the world for coughs and coMs.
-Practical Shoemaker. Forty Rev. W. N. Cbaudoin, of LaGrange, J. C. Williams, Attica,N.Y.
Tears'experience- kind of repairing who has held the office of secretary of
.done,'nice and cheap; also ladles and men's hot muffins hot cakes the convention for 21 years, retired from
shoes made to order. .
_. , active service on account of age and in- All serious lung
CO TO J. M,;SANDERS, The Old Reliable fitmity. He was voted a salary of $600
for fresh and reliable goods troubles begin with a
iStorei; good, made with
for life and if his wife survives
Royal Baking per year ,
Kceh: as :Dry Goods Saddlery Crockery
f t Hats. ,Trunks. and a full.line. of. .Groceries.. him she \ajio have the same amount dur tickling in the throat.You .
ing her life.. Rev. L. D. Geiger, of this at first
JABVI8'n USE-Opena11 the round. can stop
year elected filf the office.
t eJeiant location facing the river on river Powder be freely Apopka, was to with
may The of Stetson show- in a single night
,'*-' Great Bates$2.00 per day,special terms by report university .
t :', tie.week or,month. ed that a friend, who wished his name Ayers Cherry Pectoral.

; t; withheld, had given $60,000 to build' a..
r!1 .., MELBOURNE BUSINESS DIKECTOBY.KELBOUBNE eaten without fear ofindigestion. school of technology and provide a home Use it also for bronchitis,

STATE BANK- pital'l ,- for the law school. The university now consumption hard colds,
000. F. H. Fee president C.M. Horton, ,
numbers 300 students with a prospect of
ashier.v The only bank on the lower river . : 450 before the session closes. The convention and for coughs> of all 1 kinds. .
of Brevard : ? -
and the pineapple region county. : i
: : adjourned to meet in Lake City, fins dui I k.,sac..SL AD trnzliES


1n PLATTS-Physician, and Surgeon. Coniult TOOT doctor. If fc. .*" ***. htheodolite '
M 1. U* y.m as d t
0. in 1&1.
# Chas.Reploge, Atwater ,was
Calls to any point on the river promptly very to tok. itTth.a ttoA"t mb IL Se Z 4'' answered., Fo t Pierce Florida. bad shape. He says: "I suffered a great is with 111m. W. ant wt1b(. "_
!_ deal with my kidneys and was requestedto 1.C.AYD C0.Low.u. 60 L ,
filled that peace and good will prevail I The Plaza has everything in readinessfor try Foley's Kidney Cure. I did so and
t and that it is His birth that has brought guests and are able to make them all in four (days I was able to go to workagainnow"

l F s 'H .. c t about this glorious celebration of love and comfortable. The new steam plant is in I am entirely well. Wilson & A week or ten days of careful ItedIec!

: ". 1r' the giving of gifts.< position and a'radiator in every room. Son. before sending to market would eftea add

Satisfied Mr. and Mrs. C. W; Blakeslee and much to the quality and issues tatter
.. daughter, Miss Phcebe,arrived from New CASTOR IA prices for poultry.
1- the best advertisers for Foley's Honey
Haven Conn. last week and domiciled
, are
and Tarand all who use it agree that it is
in their comfortable home For Infants To Stop a Cold.
a splendid remedy for coughs colds or on the and Children.
I sore lungs. Wilson & Son. river front. After exposure or when you fed a raid
: The Kind You Have Always Bough! coming on take a dose of Fogy's Hussy
JUr. D. R. Keys ,lately connected with
I -. ROCKLEDGEVThirty and Tar It never fails to etopaooMtf
Mr. G. N. Hatch in his store left with Bears thoSignature taken in time. Wilson Son.
guests arrived on Tuesday at the his
family on Friday for Wewanhitchka,
.ffllCOCrS LIQUID SULPHUR New Rockledge. Calhoun county, Fla., where he enters of .

I r y CURES Christmas day was most beautiful partnership with a friend in the mercantile ROBBINGQRAHAM

;b,. a 1 ; ECREMA, .TETTER, PIMPLES, DIP- fair. summer day. business. M.D.. L. DODSON G

s THERIA, SORE THROAT, The store building occupied by Mr. The trains commenced running down &

and all blood and akin diseases.For sale by Hatch is reveling in a new coat of paint. the spur to the river front on Saturday, Dentist.
' which is several weeks earlier than usual. CO.
Office just west of Indian River Hotel.
W. J. CRAYFORD. The orchestra has arrived at the New
After 6th the extra trains will be first class work, at
January Only greatly
tockledge and dispensed sweet music on reduced prices.TITUSYILLE (Incorporated. Paid up Capital ........)
put on and all, both night and day trains,
1 Christmas Day. FLORIDA.jORGLN'dt This lands
will come into the river station.Mr. company owns
r$ iy j DI RI (R RIPPLES.R'raragraph. ( Mr. L. F. Pettee and family have ar in the Indian River COOH-
Frank Harrison and Mr. Eddie \ JONES,
rived from New York, but their new residence Seitz try, on the St. Lucie River,
went out Friday evening to bait the
,<-. is not yet complete. REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE at New River and Biscayne
.'. ,' Personal and Newsy Briefs finny tribe. After about two hours the on -

i i ir at Towns Along the Coast The L. de Give residence is receiving a increasing cold and rough seas drove Loans Notary Public, Bay.

new coat of paint-white with gray trim- them in. They however brought in a
.. Collections, Typewriting, Stenography. PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
COCOA.'Tihe mings-which is an improvement. string of 22 fish of various sizes and vari

"g : number of strangers about town is Miss Louise M. Powe is a late arrivalat ety. Among them was one weighing 7 TiTUsviiXE, FLA. Send for land list

f } ii reasing.I her lovely home here. Miss P we is pound'and another 4 pounds. .....FORo.... OFFICES AT . .

+ teacher of art in Wells College Aurora The electric TITUSVILLE AXD' MUXI.I .
I The streets about town have been reipslred a lights'were turned on last
A Shave and Hair Cut
l' .' and are in better condition.Tuesday's S. Y. Thursday evening at the Hotel Indian a
r I st Anita of West Palm River and the
Miss Canova grounds and house all
southbound train
r is of Miss Mamie Har- lighted It is ....GO TCWBarber
Beach the beautiful
i guest up. a drive or
i lady visitor at Mr. M. M. McjLeod's. -
I i '': young .' dee. She will remain a couple of weeksor cycle ride to go pas there after twilightThe Carruthers'
t I 'more. renovation has been complete and J J-I

_, :, : Our mercnants about town have hal' Mr. J. McDowell is a new clerk in the large building almost ready for the ...... Shop, 'L' .
:a busy week. The 'holiday trade was opening. The orchestra will
Batch's store. He with his family occupy arrive on None but experienced work- TITUSVILLE *
_, ", excellent. ..the the New Year's day, and music and gaiety men employed,and perfect FLORIDAsatisfaction +
cottage on avenue lately
': arrived ; will reign. Guests arriving.. guaranteed......... |
,. Tiliss Nqhie Lapham Saturday vacated by D. R. Keys. are already /p
York. Mr. Marsh is well known J.L.CABBUTHKBS,Proprietor
; i : Yrom her visit to Ohio and New a very hotel
r ;f '. She waited to have a sleigh ride. Miss May Cresson advertising mana man and a popular one as well', and has

s. : ger of the St. Augustine Evening Record, many friends who will stop with him in GEO. M. ROBBINS, F. A. MORGAN
"!Ir. Louis Andrews arrived to spend was a guest of the New Rockledge" last Rockledge. Dr. W. *L. Hughlett will as President. Actuary.

"''E the holidays with his parents Mr. andSirs. week. She went from, here to Miami. usual be hotel physician.J. .

f R. N. Andrews. Louis' friends are BREVAEDAbstract 1'f

always glad to see him. Barnum'sMonkeys \V" Bryan, of Lowder, Ills., writes: .... -
"' Thermometer registered 28 Saturday "My little boy was very low with pneu- A J
monia. Unknown to the doctor of Title /
r (rlri
R morning, but not much damage resulted we gave -r
him Foley's Honey and Tar. The result
J only the blighting of the more tender of A %. W W w > WN >r r > > .
; and -- ---- -- ----- -
I . was magical puzzled the doctor as
I delicate plants People knew the cold it immediately stopped the racking cough COMPANYWill Wrecked !
\ wave was coming and covered their : "All well-all and he quickly recovered. Wilson& Son. t

ai a ft treasures as best they could. happylotsof furnish abstracts of title Your hone and property '
SHILOH. for (lands in Brevard county. should be protected bj .
Christmas has come and gone and fun". That is the regular

; ) many hearts are lighter for the little Mr. J. E. Patillo went to Osteen Sat- OFFICE UNDER LAW. OFFICE OF Insurancefrom /

> -gifts of remembrance which came to their report from the monkey cageof urday to spend Christmas with his par- GEO. II. BOBBINS TITUSVILLE FLA .

: -hands prompted by thoughts of love and FIRE. LIGHTNING .f '
.J Barnum's Circus
good will. Gifts at ibis time are not ever since ents.A and CYCLONES. ;
merry Christmas and a happy New The is small...
Corn and Oats expense
;. valued so much for their intrinsic worth the keepers began dosing the Year to }ou, Mr. Editor and all your HighTRY pared to the risk of a eat. '
t as for the motives which prompted the readers. astroph> like this. Write :
.; T giver. The day was celebrated right monkeys with Scott's Emul- to or ask '

' .4 royally in Cocoa, and the merry cheer Miss Fancy Gray returned to Titus- L'HAS. S. SCHUYLEB TiTUsvitu, F1.s.. >

.'- which prevailed testified to the good will sion. Consumption was carry- Mrs.ville Wediiesdayafter a week's visit with PURINAFEED. for reliable information

: which prevailed. At St. Marks a tree Ziy. rates, etc., etc . . . "f
: .. was held for the school with appropriate ing ,off two thirds of them Mr. J. D. Vann moved his family backto -,- -- ----- -- -

- i program of recitations and songs by the and the the island last Friday and says his for t
circus hadto L.
lt I -children.. The tree was laden with many every year beans are not frozen yet but badly dam- MOTLOW {
- f i beautiful toys and presents for the little buy new ones. aged.Miss OONKEVANB CHECKER* Hard ,

+. .()nes. In the evening at the town hall Ava Coward our popular young BQAADONALIUCX& ,

't I Ii i; the M. E. Sunday school held their ex- One day a keeper accidentally school teacher left Saturday for her home WerkingStOtk. I

.erases and had two trees erected and the at Minis to spend the holidays with her

; general public invited to join and nearly broke a bottle of Scott's parents.Mr. .

everyone participated and all made hap- Emulsion near the : A. N. Nolle, who has been employed 1i
. ,, The cantata which was being pre on the East Coast railroad for sev- i ., ..
: U.pared had to be abandoned on account and the eral arrived home last John R. Walker. C. H. Swain.
monkeys eagerly years, Saturdayfor
.. _
.. of the recent extreme cold weather which an extended
} prevented the children from meeting for lapped it up from the floor. stay. John R. Walker & Co.
I \practice. A very good program was Two young men from the DeLand Uni- ,

.' ': substituted, however and those taking This suggested the idea that it versity arrived yesterday to spend their -DEALERS IN-
i holiday vacation here and brought their
i part acquitted themselves splendidly
might do them with them. DRY GOODS
i, considering the short time in which they good. Since guns They are stopping at
Mr. J. W. Griffis'
i had to prepare. The band or a quartette then the monkeys have received MILLINERY v

:. from members of the band, consisting of The cold wave had the orange groweis ,

..e, S. Childs, W. E. Booth Thos. Gibbon regular doses and the keepers very uneasy Friday night ;and Saturday. FURNITURE, rr} $t "

1 and R. N. Andrews, rendered some fine report very few deaths from Several picked oranges all day Saturday,

music, and did very much to enliven and Sunday morning wished them back FINE WHISKIES WINES, BRANDIES,

the occasion. We have not time nor consumption. Of course it's on the trees. The oranges are considered GINS BOTTLED BEERS. -

space to give the program but only to cheaper to buy Scott's Emulsion -1 all right here, but it was a close call.

a mention the names of participants,which Very little damage was done to young TITUSVILLE and COCOA.

i were as follows: Kelley Hooks, Nellie than new monkeysandthat buds. : w i --

;t Cooper, Annie Tucker, Jennie Gibert, suits the circus Mrs. Taylor, Mrs. Ziy, Mrs. Watton # 4 EAST COAST MEAT MARKET
Clarence Jones Alliene Wilson Lizzie and Mr. F. P. Ziy went to Titusville :, . i

Hughletf, Helen Singleton, Blanche Consumption i in monkeysand Wednesday in the Swallow with G. C. aI G. F. DURE5, Agent,

< t Baumgardner and Carl Hooks. The features in is the Kuhl, and from the reports brought back 4 t tFiriM
not to be overlooked, however, same they must have had a pretty rough passage

... were the recitation of little Nellie Cooper; [ you have it or are threatened- as they had to throw a part of their

the song Mikey Magin by Clarence cargo overboard between Black Point I .
ed with it F-
can and the canal. ; e' :
Jones; the King's Daughters, Misses 4it aad

f ughlett and Singleton, with recitation take the hint? y \W.

and song and the songs by the school. This picture Month After Montha 1 v -_ '

.x I The success of the entertainment is due Trade Mark representsthe of Scott's cold clings to you. The cough seems to t hi

to the efforts of Mrs. W. G. Paterson and Emulsion and is the tear holes in the delicate tissues of throat > 1G

ro Miss Clara Sanders. A large and enthusiastic wrapper of every bottle.on and lungs. You lose weight and you won- ,faD p
der if are threatened with
you a
audience applauded every ,.m FOUNT AND BOTTLE SODA, % Y
Send for free
ample scarcely to name. Are
you you aware
effort. A selection from the band wound
that even a stubborn and long neglected ,
; the entertainment and the crowd SCOTT& BOWN ,
up cold is cured with Allen's.Lung Balsam? CIGARS AND TOBACCO,
, =- 1- dispersed glad in their hearts that at 409 Pearl St. New York. Doubt spend more of your life in cough. I t

v east a portion of Christ's mission is ful- Soc and|i. all druggists ing and worrying. Titusville, Fla. Titusville, Florida.

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