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: January 3, 1902
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: VID00607
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
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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e Special. correspondence. ' of- The- Florida. Star.- k 1 1p J&r' PAINTS.OILSRAILROAD.STEAMBOAT.Vim&y I

; ,WASHINGTON ..'Dec.. SIt usually r r
'takes'the. new,congressman. . until. after... a '
a a
the midwinter holidays to rightly get n AssUa .LiMpS,RnU.OtNCr -

; tla:bearings, to. earn "where he I is,at", &k4cJ

r : :and find his, place In the great govern-: ,

mental machine*' The 'lessons he must a i
,. ; Small unsalable veg1 ,
learn are not always "altogether pleas crops, .a # j
'ant. etables result from want'of 1
There is likely to be some disillusions ,

-- '.as.''to previously conceived notions. : 1 1J

of his own, greatness and Importance.It .

is naturally something of a shock to Potash.Vegetables -DRS r


of ,PotaslLV are especiallyfond rite for WWITEPINE6oOPS OUR SPECIALTY. WINDOW PLOT / RT GLASS H| '

our free pamphlets.GERMAN ?lLtP4

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] KALI WORKS, congress. Last year his, ,time came
,1\\ 93 and he 'was nominated by his party -
and elected.
Another new congressman who hasa .
t:' the agricultural department and then unique distinction is Frederick Fast Freight and Luxurious Passenger Route

I, sold them in bulk to a seed dealer writing Storm representing the First New r TO NEW YORK, IJOSTOV AND THE EAST ", ,

J c home to his constituents who clamored York, district who succeeds Mr. Tay \ _

J,' for the usual allowance of seeds lor of New Lisbon. 0., to the honor of

/ that thf government_ had ;one oat of having a president of the United Statesas

; the seed business. But no new congressman his constituent. Mr. Storm lives at I f4 1

', 4 I and scarcely any old one Bayside. on Long Island which is */

;':, i', r would think of playing this trick upon about ten miles from the Oyster Bay - 1 _

4/ the people who elevated him to ofSqe home of President Roosevelt. He goes
HiL: ",', How economically it is possible for a Mr. Taylor one or two better for Mr.

\ (f.c' congressman to manage his financial Storm counts Secretary of War Rootas

affairs la FQOWH by the example of a his constituent for six months of every -
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member from one of rthe southern year, and Secretary Cortelyou alsoas
states who during his single term of one whose congressional interests

\ ,-" ri I It office Ihid at a cheap boarding: house he must conserve.

and spent absolutely nothing but "al Congressman Belmont it appears does
NEW CONGRESSMAN.the lowances" coming out at the end of not have a monopoly of attention by

I {" ., man who was the most distinguished his term with every cent of salary 4n reason of theelegance of his attire and

;4 ; citizen of his district when the ready cash with which sum, an even the uniqueness of his haberdashery. BY LAND
x ; : e. factis borne in upon his consciousness; $10,000 he was able to buy a fine plantation -' General Shattuck of the First Ohio! district SEA.. ,

that he is,' after all. a very ordinary in his state. But it is unfair to shares that distinction. He has I Short thence Bail via Ride Palatial to Savannah

be assume that any of the new members long been proud of his taste in fancy Express I
._ human being as measures himself Steamships. . . . .
would carry the matter of economy: to waistcoats solitaire diamonds and flaring
by ,the larger environment of the national
capital This may be somewhat that extent. As a rule they seem to be cravats, all of which adorn his expansive Four Ships Savannah to New York Each Week MOD, Wed., Fri and Sat.

men of liberal notions of life and front Lately he is much plated
painful to, his pride but it, is whole-' ) Making close connections with New York-Boston Ships or Sound Lines.
broad ideas. Indeed the from the
gauge new over prospective legislation
; If he has here with the
t Borne.. come
r '. idea that during his first term he is goIng .members form an exceptionally bright committee on immigration and labor All ticket agents and hotels are supplied with monthly sailing schtiata
and the of which he has become chairman.
t competent aggregation. By
-'I' to reform the whole political unt- I Write for general information, sailing
end of their first term they will have "We have a hundred bills there already btaterooms schedules
terse, the sooner he gets rid of that notion i reseJvation8. or call ont
t learned a great many things and it not ," said he to Major Otey of Vir-
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the better for him and his future WALTER HAWKINS
General Agent, m West
t " usefulness In the national legislature. nipped in the bud by defeat for reelection ginia. "We want you with us to dis, >. E. LEFEV'RE Manager,' W. H. PLEASANTS Bay St. Jacksonville., Tratfic 3alaager F!..

4 There are other, disillusions for the will doubtless make useful legislators. cuss the important measures." New Pier33 North River New York. :'

"You speak: as though there was an ,
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., new congressman. He speedily discovers I -
'it The new congressman most frequently opportunity to make a reputation in i
,that costs money to live in this NISTnATS NOTICE,
pointed out by the ladles in the gal- your committee on Immigration," quoth
city the $5.000 a which
i year -PURINAl is hereby .
to all peN tii e..
lery is Representative John J. Feeley Major Otey.
loomed that ;
so large from the standpoint off suioiuhb from date I wtHI'r
his home dwindles almost to the vanishing I 10f the Second Illinois district (Chicago "It is not easy to become famous in 'I final accounts aid apply to t4 ._ ...

x' point in the of the ). lIe is the congressional baby be- congress." rejoined General Shattuck4Some ",. county judge of Brevatdoea-
ing the youngest man not only of this find it not difficult to gain noto- tIt. for oiy final discharge aa a-
era Washington hotel keeper. However if Feed DONKEY cf the estate of James D.
j congress, but, it is said of any previous riety." Aadwws,
-I the new congressman is of a frugal ON -ad county, deceased.
mind he soon (learns that there are cert congress. He is more than a year Major Otey. by the way. is a pictur- EVERYSACK. JOHN MCLBA.V,

tain,additional sources from which he younger than was Henry Clay when esque and interesting character and .trator of Estate of Jaia ir I> Aft-

} he was sworn in as member from Kentucky one of the most entertaining speakers in
j may draw a modest income without j f ', Fla., Aug 3 th. 190L
I and of the west" the house. When he talks he is KEEPSMULES
straining his conscience. There is the "Harry was always r = --- -- "
the youngest man up to that time to attentively listened to, as his remarks UP )) I
; regular allowance 10 cents a mile ISTUATOH'S N'OTICK. '
serve in congress. The constitution abound in droll stories pithy and to AND FEED
for traveling expenses which is allowed is hereby given to all .
prescribes that a man must have at- the point His face is an index to his J months from euorrr ..
to every congressman the distance BILLS DOW& date I will priatut i
c being reckoned over the shortest route tained the age of twenty-five before he humor and his power of imitation is lIl1ts aud apply to the}[.. .,.If

between can sit in the house of representatives.Mr. simply indescribable. As the wit ofcongress : county judge of Brevard i...m.,., I'
his home and the national capitaL -, I TRY ITi for
his he is : my discharge ei-effieio _.
Feeley has just passed twen- regarded as.tbe fit successor _
Now. everybody knows that 10 of the estate of Ephtaiai P. A4-
cents a mile is more than it costs him I ty-sixth birthday. He has the further of Private John Allen. i i f Jeyis deceased, of taid & untr,
distinction cf having defeated Hon. SAMUEL II Honey and 1st'i i
to travel even with sleeping berths and J tBBARD. J. P. BKU,,>, r
t porters' tips included. He ought to be I William Lorlmer who is recognized as heals lungs szd stops ths cou8h.i F. Adams Administrator of Estate of &h

w able to save half the mileage fee and I lone of the political leaders of the west Purify the Blood i vilJe, Fla.. July 19th, 1901. r

., ,,; if he comes from a long distance it ern metropolis and the Prairie State. : By takil'a the''' old leliaMt-,Botanic Blood H. A. HODGES

4 amounts to a tidy little sum. A good I Mr. Feeley Is an example of what a Balm (I B. B. B ); mm? ulcers! scrofula, ) NOI1CK.

a travel in young man can do in American politics em-ma, pi III pltih'hing skin aching Satsuma nights Tla.
many congressmen; on passes is hereby given to all ceacerati
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which event the full amount of the allowance if possessed of the requisite qualities bow, Dnil-! : (.11 Lu f1l'h-I. If01 are all months frtm: date I will present

... is "velvet" I. of energy and determination. He is rim runt II take 15. 15 B It ",'ill give life} :, Dealer in and Manufacturers of and apply to the HoD. A.. D.

: B ambitious and admits it, yet he has the vh.rnr ami Mieiutli: to t the l"!oo there is little
Again a purse of $125 ; art of discretion. His career brief m k 's the Wood pure and nrh. Drnji.rits !:;;- YELLOW PINE for my discharge as ex oflkio e4.

stationery though it has been and the manner in i $1. Trial treatment free, by writ- AM._UrpnESS LUMBER I I : ll of, of the said o county.tote of Joseph Pete11.
Iii : Blond; ) Biim h. Atlanta, Ga. 1 i 5
t amount either in stationery or cash interesting.I Administrator J. P. DBOWS,
of Estate of Jeeepl
and .if he is thrifty he can save some- i .
thing on this score. Most congressmen 1 provision and meat store in Joliet. He o-a. s a? o :a.J.A.II Fruit and Vegetable Crates. Fla., !Sept. 5' tb. 1901.
determined to to and The'Kind You Have Always !
go college work- Bears the } Bought
; draw this allowance In cash and spend I _
;1, it- as they choose or put it in bank. ed his way through Niagara universityand Signature 1.# ,1-#. ISTU.\TOJt'S NOTICE.

"Stationery" by the way is a decided. Yale Law school. .I Estimates furnished for complete bills of is hereby given to nil concerned tfet
3 Fresh from the classroom he started lumber to be delivered at any point on the from date I will
ly elastic term and may be made to PreHot..a
V- out to carve his fortune. He decided EastCoast. f and apply to the lion A. D. Pe .
cover a multitude of things from pearl : _ __ _ _ i judge of Brevard mtf
i upon a political career and to get to i coauty Florida frr
handled knives to engraved invitations tfTutt's E'= t=lflE'c='Pt=l= - e as ex officio adniinutiatmref
s .' I to receptions given! by congressmen'swives I congress as soon as possible. He looked PillsFOR of W. C. liumar, late dtcewed, *of

and many include copies of poly i around for a favorable. location and i r j'A ""

ular novels. Thus if the new member !I years selected ago.Chicago.He was That practically was but four un- ci ReIiab'e! Garden Seed d ; Administrator J. of P. Estate Baowlc of. W. C.

gets say, $100 traveling expenses and i EspeciallyeleUed'
I an : Atkpied for I '' Fla.,
journeys to and from the capital on a TORPID LIVER. Sept. 20th, 1901.
t,! pass and takes his stationery allow- A torpid liver deranges the whole I ..SOUTHERN PUNTING.. I : ---.

.. ance in cash he has already created a.J' system, and produces I
A compete and fresh: stork ofKeans son Bros.
reserve fund of $225 upon which he SICK HEADACHEt f
!, I'I, Cabbage, Celt"ry. Genuine i 1!; i ,
;; can draw for future use. II'ruiuiia Onion, o.i.aiot"; and II x i iI
Dyspepsia Costiveness,Rheu (MI-Elt.t1.lL'ItC11.1TS.: .
But there is a still more Important I all kind of sexed for garden aud j III]

.. ,.'' item of congressional perquisites. This matism, Sallow Skin and Piles. fid always on hand. I ) ...

:t. There is better remedy for thea ONLY TESTED SEED SENT OUT. s
is the allowance of $100 a month that is no ,
common diseases than DR. TUTT'i CATAl.OGUIFi Ch.b -- -. Eau Gallie Fk.
'i' given each member for the pay of a
.. ': LIVER PILLS as a trial will prove THE EXCELSIOR SEED FARMS
: private This allowance will
wi Take No Substitute. I' I' Goods
J THb jRIFFiNQ: BloWS CO. Clothing
average about $GOO a year and it is
\ _n __ _._ _, _ __. P. 0. Box 533 D. Jacksonville Fla. ,
paid over in cash, if desired to the '
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members to dispose of as they see fit. =rr cr rr'r tr
> / __ _ .un __ )'}' .\ (:Itt lRES:
:: A great many congressmen do not hire !1 't
AD \ \1) Oll. '.
r a secretary at all, but simply put the 44 TWO WEEKS ISSUED 10,000 SOLD'AROUND T.Tt

money in their pockets. So if the new //Aflfi I.atuuh lor Cliait.

member has held on to his travel fee BLOOD THE, PATAuthor

f-: stationery allowance ,and clerk hire he ; 50 YEARS

is $S23; to the good without touching his t "CASCAUETS do all claimed for them THOMAS FLEMING Illustrator: EXPERIENCE'TRAUC
' i and are a trulY wonderful meuicine. I have often : lit
salary of 5000. There are some congressmen A critical and pencil
wished for medicine
'. a pJea take and at last t
Is : really needing a confidential ; have found Cuscarets. Since taking them my review in fiction of thePan.American
blood has oeen punned and my complexion has im-
is clerk who hire one for $50 a month or proved wonderfully and I feel much better in every iI
f Mud.SALUB E.: Exposition I,
way. : JSELLAUJ Lmre1l.1'enn.
half the allowance and keep the difference I

4 for their own uses or else they # CANDY i Illustrated with I

club in with a half dozen other members . I CATHARTIC i I I!I Over 400 Unique Line Drawings MARKS

of the same kind and hire one general DESsGNSCOPYRIGHTS
Slewing every phase, character tnIhUlHoIr.
secretary who looks after the cor- Ct t wit. including a graphic affciinf of TilE dtc.I .
I "'nrf' x a SKC" h ai.t t'"
respondence of them all AS\S: IXA.TlOX OF PK1MDEXT: 1 :is, ,ir mi our >i\n\ :.. :, fret *nj(ether maJ ae
Then there Is the allowance of flower RI:,LEY as witnessed by the author. All is probably pateutahle, ( <.nimuniat.
related in the epigrammatic witty dialect ofa mtideiitial. Hand book Patiats
and seebs i i'1'te-it .
1s vegetable distributed through Je.'um patent
citizen. through
old Cod
\ quairt Cape taken Muua 4 Co. nnlrc
't, the agricultural department but there ,alto:, without charge, in the
THE LADIES IK THE GALLERY POINT OUTTHE For sate at all book storey or :sent post paidon i
% t is no money in this for the congressman YOUNGEST ME1IBEE. receipt of price. $2. i ntifiJlm ri\a"

though it him somewhat Pleasant. Palatable. Potent Taste Good. Do .
may help known even to his nearest neighbors.He .
Good:Never Sicken. Weaken or Gripe.lOc.25c,50c. I The Nutshell Pub. Co. 8. y, City. ,>ly illustrated wet-k.v', Larrert tin
= in ,
,, "fixing up his fences" at home. law office and made ,
:r opened a ... CURE CONSTIPATION. ... I / ''J HIT sLientmc j< urual. Ternjs. |3>
= "< ;: (here Is a tradition --- f< ur m'miha,|L Sold by"U new d....
however that a I friends faster than clients. He let his Sterling Remedy Cumpuij thltage]loatrt&I.lew, ._ Tori. Iii
--- -- -- - ---- B A M N SALVE.
;: congressman was once so economical political ambitions be known. Two Ufl.TH.RftH Sold and truaranteed by all dragflU1UDAU '-. ER I Um Co,361Broadwa), New Yo'k

: -that. he got .all the. seeds, he- could from- J years ago he was too young to run for gists to CUKE: Tobacco Habit the most healing salve In the world. j 625 F St,WashlDgtofi,U.U

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\ THE FLORIDA STAR: FRIDAY, JANUARY 3, 1902. '' : : ,. ; 77

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iAT3FORCOtDTiEATHER.f [R.tiom made. The white -frlmmtng.f U ws the :: Ai "Mill;;rnt' It.\ :- 4 .

:c outI !e"1)f"the''slashes and the-two John Stuart Mill's ,humorous- : : .....;: ;,;
- edges are laced,together with the rib. version of the "prophet without
New)Xt11Iuerj' Creations Solt- bon. All the, trimming there Is on this proverb was expressed in his
I' bl For the Season: T, hat is ar:bunch- scared black velvet Caroline Fox.311'family have I

'. ISpc1Correspondence.l:, r bows and loops. For' a young and' how great a man I am."

'. Now YOBX Dec. 3i.-Wbel .w .hear piquant face this Is a good style. ,. ," ..
;thel: (words 4baby 'lamb ** is -- ;. English Roadie:, '
$ ? .H apt 5 toup .I saw som novel short jackets madeof "; ",
II .ft 'vision of a. rosy>ah'd: '>dary felt cloth a new and. extra heavy As late 'as 1770 the journey

,ling,little one of"our own 'species, but fabric. Being so, thick, ,it would be Liverpool to Lcndon was

burdensome, it into long, account .of (the, bad condition,
r those'wdrds'nowapply; only'toti"e] pct: were' made a r -,- t .' : cullar.fur. k ifWI jas'tiaibjr llamol'ThIs garment, and so we see It In only' short'jacke'ts roads. '

fur )8. so soft andd fine Is ;and a few boa coats. I ,saw a Turkish
that, it well Suspicion. ;
a named,; ,aside. from 'thee. fact that It\Is. sample of this stuf[ 6hedayt and to see Even the highest person ge; : :
Uwas'madeI'pIcked and
how it
i" the apart key are'not exempt 'from
d made from sklns'oftbe'tinborn ant "
found a regular: canvas weave of Jute.
mal.. .Some of these are so fine,*that a-'foundation. OUviHAPEU.You Their movements are watched i -
ported- to the palace; by an. .
:they' have scarcely any 'curl at all :to / '

i r 'the fur, but It lies"'Ina\fine nap, some should know,that Foley's Honey spies'who swarm In- every i .

t \ and Tar, -is absolutely the best for all l -
almost diseases of,the throat and lungs.. Dealersare Our. First Iron Nails.
authorized to. guarantee' it to give The first iron nails made in this .
r 'the moire, where the fur has. been a satisfaction. Wilson & Son try were hammered Into
fi little:more' developed; and this has a berland. R. I.. In 1777.

,line of. ;curled.! hairs along the" center. Trade:,In Skull
; ,The prettiest part of this-Is taken for A fairly brisk trade exists Ju England For Pneumonia.Dr. .

the, finest fur garments and" the rest In skulls, and they fetch anything C. J. Bishop, Agnew Mich. ''

r sold In scraps to,the second-class,dealera. from 3 ,shillings= to. !:5, according:; ,to "I have med severe".cases Foley's Honey.and *
three of
They sew (together' make' it and Medical very
their antiquity rarity. students with eobd'results in every case."
look,,from! the ;outside almost as wellas are not the only persons who pur- of imitations. Wilson & Son.

the others. Used as a fiat trimmingon chase them, for they are bought by private -

,on dresses and outer garments; It !is people' and by museum authori (
The Way He Viewed It.
'well enough".but'as a, real fur It does ties. '
"Well, you went to the horse
not wear well when so pieced.
Still '
I when 1t'1'8 laid fiat'on a"'gown and, Is Strength ,of ,Granite.It "You bet I did. !
"What do think of It? .
takes of 24,500 to you
a weight pounds
-edge d with 'a round
; cord ,or; a row of
In the .'
crush half inch cube of women (
a granite.
silk crocheted rings It makes an eVgant
Atlanta Constitution.
trimming and one quite durable'enough.
t X, Jackson, DanvilleIll., ,writes: "My
daughter had a severe attack of I b grippe If Banner Salve .
The baby lamb and the close astra
and a terrible cough settled on her lungs. doesn't
khan In cure your piles, your
are ,used many ways as trimmIng
We tried a great many remedies without be returned. It is the most
f;1t and'as; accessories to various giving relief. She tried Folev's Honey icine. Wilson,& Son.Water .
t, garments; always with good effect. I and Tar, which cured her. She has never -

_ have In mind' a. suit which Is made. been troubled with a cough since." .
,4 with this fur -as trimming on thebrown Wilson & Son. In Fruit.
The of water Is
t Venetian. The skirt has a band percentage
{ at ''the bottom of' the fur edged with Australian Wheat. plums and grapes, 82 In apples,

round black silk cord. The dress Is cut The principal wheat growing statei pears, SG in oranges, 90 in
05 in watermelons.
In princess 'shape, arid over this .Is a of Australia are Victoria, South Australia

short bolero, :with the front entirely of and New South Wales. 8100 Reward 8100.

; the fur, and "at the sides and In the The readers of this paper will be

center of .the back are scallops of It, Animal Collector to learn that there is at. least one
On the sides there_are bunches of chenille Animal collectors working In South disease that science has been able to
all its and that is Catarrh. .
I frogs pendent from bars of heavy Africa for European and American zoological -
tarrh Cure is the '
only positive cure : : : : ,.:,
braid. The sleeves of the cloth have concerns command high sat to the medical fraternity Catarrh

I undersleeves of the fur, and a small aries. Their white assistants even are constitutional disease, requires a
muff matches It paid at the rate of $3.000 per annum.; tional treatment. Hall's Catarrh
taken internally, acting directly
1 With this handsome' suit is worn one blood and mucous surfaces of the
!t of the new plcrrot collars or boas. Persian Guitar thereby destroying the foundation of

t These are quite a fad with the younger The Persians have three kinds of ease, and giving the patient I !
and guitars-the sitar, the tar and suz-all building up the constitution and W
; contingent, they are certainly nature in doing its work. The
l , pretty and give an air of arch daintit played either with the fingers or with have so much faith in its curative

ness. a plectrum. that they offer One Hundred Dollars

; : *' :And while I am about It I may as case that it fails to cure.. Send for -

.? well speak of the new hat. This Is a W. L. Yancy, Paducah, Ky., writes : timonial Address, F. J. CHENEY & CO.,
; flat contrivance of woolly felt In a rich "I had a severe case of kidney disease Sold by Druggists 75c. .
and three of the best in southern
physicians Hall's Family Pills are the best.
; cream white. It Is turned up In the .\ .
Kentucky treated me without suoct -
: back trifle to show
a just enough a
I f >ss. I was induced to try Foley's Kid Rifle Muzzle Velocity.
b bunch of pink velvet roses. The place I
Cure. The first bottle immediate -
ney gave It that the
appears greatest
where there should be a crown and Is relief and three bottles cured me
per- of a rifle ball is not at the
not Is outlined-by a twist of black velvet manently. I gladly recommend this ,
some distance in front. An a, in the
"tied up ugly, as the sailors say. wonderful remedy. Take no substi
It Is not much to look at when it Is In tute. Wilson & Son. ten shots with the German .OAT6.'i. foils.

one's hand, but it is extremely pretty fie has shown a muzzle Ridge,

when on a pretty head. Perhaps the Don't Hare to Work. 2,068 feet per second..with a .
One of the indolence of the natives velocity of 2,132 fret per second tell
1,' head has something to do with It. Who cause good de
knows? of Uganda is the banana which feet from tlie! muzzle. with

t- There are two or three other styles grows in such abundance that the natives : for ten
l\ all the food they need No curtd, I
of hats particularly well rilaptetl to can get r ra' core of

without any effort. aatb-yoar-

Scare the Tigers. ; Te
\ 1 Swiss cow hells are used in the Himalayas l like a
as a protection for cattle against

tigers. The tigers run as soon as they The blood may be in bad .

, hear the bells. yet with no external signs, 1901. r

eruption or sores to indicate it.
an ex- 3
asp , Height of Clouds. symptoms in such cases being a ", fever.
Cumulus, or thundercloud.rarely rises
appetite, poor digestion, an
over two mil,'!,!. Seven miles is the out efii8 t
weakness and nervousness, loss
sIde height for any cloud. having
W'f and a general run-down condition that

: system-clearly showing the chloro
J La grippe coughs often continue for I
lost its nutritive qualities has
JI months and sometimes lads to fatal re-
I i nits after the patient is snpposed to have and watery. It is ii just such c 1, 1901. 4
I aced! that danger point. Foley's Honey S.S. S. has done some of its

and Tar affords positive protection and 'most effective work by building from '
"p4pFt from these Wilson &
i security coughs blood and supplying the elements of asth
:Son.; ex
to make it strong and vigorous. windows

I Queer.
Ii i "My wife used sev- After
H'i i They can't keep a good man
say you eral bottles of S. S. S. l8I. I
down, but how do they know, since as a blood purifier and ", this dig
they never discover a good man till li. to tone up a weak and J. D.
Iti gets up? emaciated system,with
very remedies
"I True Wisdom. way of improvements bwttlt-

II I "The mon that shpakes a dozen tongues "We regard it a i grate
Is wis," Pat "but. thin in tits.
: I says ; great tonic and blood
i\\ Ee's wiser shtill if he has one purifier."-J.F.DUFF, me of
: To ktpa lit oaouth: shut in." Princeton, Mo. ..
}. -Philadelphia Press. City.
. ,:i
tt' is the greatest

It Fruitful Trees. ,t"", "" tonics, and .
t' The orange tree is very fruitful. A S S find the

TWO NEW HATS. single tree will produce 20.000 orangesfit ti proves at once, !' 7" tilit
the rosy round faces of the young girls. for use. A good lemon tree will produce

One is a toque made of velvet and felt. 8.000 lemons.The returns, and nervousness vanishes

The hat itself is just a round crown, rich pure blood once more

1 I without anything else, and this crownis :Mandrake."If through all parts of the system.S. .

made by having five or six overlap a man pulls up a mandrake. S. S. is the only purely

ping pieces of felt In different shadesof says an old time writer. "11" will sure- blood purifier known. It contains

a tan to brown. A support is built ly die soon thereafter. In common erals whatever. Send for our

sice around the head. This holds it on and prudence it is best to tie a dog to the on blood and skin diseases and '
r has bunched velvet to hide plant and thus escape the evil thyself."
': some up I.- .. .... physicians for any information or
k, ; I the fcr.m. In front there is a very Wanted. No for medical
; graceful arrangement of the darkest Frank Treadwell, Bennett, la., was charge .-.
troubled with kidney disease for two THE SWIFT SPECIFIC! CO.. ATLANTA
brown, and this is held in place by two years. lIe writes : "I had taken several

really handsome pins In Imitation of kinds of kidney remedies, but with little

topaz and diamonds. This shape and "benefit. Finally I tried !Foley's Kidney:

general style, with some few variations Cure and a one-dollar bottle cured me."

are becoming to almost every- Wilson & Son.

. body.
The third form Is not so suitable for ForOver Fifty Years ,

and it abun- MBS. WIXSLOW'S SOOTHING STROP has been
elderly faces requires an
used for over fifty years by millions of motherfor
dance of hair to make it look well. It their children while teething, with perfec a
It soothes; the child soften the fairs
Is In the continental form. The brimis allays saccp-s*all pain cures wind colic, and Is the best
turned up sharply and is slashed. remedy for Diarrhoea. It will relieve the poor
little sufferer: Immediately. "oM by Druggistin -
The brim may be left quite plain or it every part of the world. Twentv.flve rents w : : S.
a bottle. Be sure and ask for "Mrs. Wins
may have narrow ruchings around the lva'o.rhtn. 'Vl'UIJ' *n.l' aIL" tlrttl'.r Stn'

edges and be' laced together by black THE
velvet ribbon. One shown me today cA.9TORIA.:

has the brim of closely shirred black Bear the _J The Kind You Have Always. Bought Iu rKrup .r THAT !at'P
tulle and at the edges a ruching of Signature f-r-P" Fla'
8T, tat7IL Ma
white chiffon as narrow as it can be I of CORN &. .

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; ; Ind13D' ..* ;....,:'"$ , ': More ., ..,." ,.. -, < .... .. ---.".-- -
,, DragCo'astorestheleadingDragestabliah '" vegetables.Went,
;: through the last
mentofthendianrivereouatrrr. ;;. ,'. cold wave unhurt
WILLIAM The United pected was at first, sir Hair Falls
HINDLE--: UnderUter and Embalmer. States, -Gov- ,
Bicycles and : .
Sewing Machine .
. : "": J. M.
S 1. piles;;Tinning and Pipe Fitting, sap- / --V- Field and wife 'have returned I
:t1. : Bepairing i
; ,of Every Description,. .Agent for from several days' stay with
t , Beveridge parents at
Steam Cooker. ernment 'ndfanola..
--'; shows _
> Report tried Aye s Hair Viger fa _
; PRANK LlPP-'Practical Shoemaker. Forty C. F.Walker is 'doing my hair from falling. O. -
years .experience; all.kind of Hotel Indian bottle cured "
: River Roc me.
: shoes done,nice made and to also ladies'' ,amen' 's ROYAL Baking Powder to has lumber on the, J, C. Baxter, Briidwood, IB.

; up a two.-story house
'" GOTO?;JL SANDEBS, The Old store below '
Ii Store, for good fresh and reliable i I and a d s Hair Vigor Is
goods !
such as Dry Goods Saddlery, Crockery be and E. W.. Carson is ,

........ Hats- ,Trunks and a fall line of. ,Groceries. stronger, purer her of private orders for i the most eco

#1 JARVIS.HOUSE-Open all the year round. I filling them with fancy preparation of its

Pleasant xation facing the river on river better than There are yet about
Ii front. Rates $2.00 per day,special terms by any other. anges and tangerines, on, the market. A
,the week ,
or month.MELBOURNE .
4 will rUi held tilllate** tn" *- of it goes a Jongway.

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. : i B. E. McLin, doesn't take much of
r HELBOURNE STA.TE BANX-capital'I5 ture, in ,
,' =
Pr Ii 000. F. ;H. ,Fee president C. M. Horton,, ROCHLEDGE.r ErnestMcLin company, are with stop falling of the
cashier. The only bank on the lower Dr. and
and the pineapple region of Brevard county. .Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Bettler spent Sun lumbus, 0. Mrs.have C. McFarland, of Co- to check in the state make the hair grow
1 arrived ,
and different
are lessees
day with Mrs. guests and
Bettler's to
FORT FIERCE BUSINESS,, DIRECTORY bar. parents at Mala at the New Rockledge. The doctor was the next four years. restore color to gray

.,.. 0. P.< PLATTS-Physician and Surgeon. among the last to leave in the spring and 950 prisoners to check
:; :: Miss Bessie Smith much the first to arrive JLM a till. AU .
Calls to any point on the river promptly to the regret this fall. He evidently Inp
answered. Fo t Pierce. Florida. / of her many friends, has returned to New knows a good thing when he finds it.
.-. ,- Jersey. Business called her thither. Club druggist cannot supply yea,
",' Pursuant to a call, about a dozen ladies A one dollar and we will express
:Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Clark, of Plain I met with Mrs LV. BattenfiVld number of Orlando lw sure and gire the SUM

",! . ville,,Conn., arrived on Saturday and are day afternoon of last week and organized on Fri. growth organized of a driving club. nearest J. C. dYFB express,Lowell.Address MAM.,
i the
M.E ( now' occupying their lovely home next to the Palmetto Euchre club, with Mrs. C. per, of New efforts of
the Pettee plate. J. York, who -
i Coi; jin as president Mrs.
L. B. Chat- home --
l .,.," The heavy storm of rain which fell on field as vice-president and Mrs. W. G. pense, there has ,purchased and who Huu a man claiming to be

.. + sunday morning.was much needed, but Paterson as secretary and treasurer. Most out and ;,h" is on his way to this
, I : one of
it brought in its train the usual cold of the rules which governed the club last mile trotting in Massichusetts to eeeape the

wave-almost frost. I year were adopted, although in one or use of this courses northern winter. Notwith

< Mr. and Mrs. two; instances there was a little change. Hopper course was !! claim;, he finds that fee eaa-
H. free
J. of
'' Rossiter ,
spent last expense, !
:: They voted biting mid
to winter
week at Palm Beach. Mr. Rossiter .the fees to the I upon its organization. temper
1 taking views is i Avilah fu:.d, as Mrs. Fannie Taylor of Orlando 6.t... England. He may able to
to add ,
: ;' HAHCOCK'S LIQUID SULPHUR J JI i views for his his stock of Florida Newark.. N.' J.- ... oH..rA,1--_._ tn..., ,,1I'\n.,""..aLC..", ."lIctt'..._ driving horses, and a-- ---it---.is_ ss" here, for smoutit-toafiwd

I prizes-first, second and religious healing,
consolation sify them and Man
CURES Miss Louise Powe is spending her hoi- at the last then hold I to find a following
meeting if the fees be no mat
1'i applied week, and give the
. ECREMA, TETTER, PIMPLES, DIP- idays inspecting her buildings, bringing in this way. S r the season's scoring work. high pitch their tent.

? ... THERIA, SORE THROAT, turn about needed repairs, etc. She will re goes to the winner of these prizes. Mrs. Mr. Hopper has ea ,

:::;. and all blood and skin diseases. For sale early in the month to her Connecti Battenfield entertained the first club meet fine string of .
1 ', by cut home. trotters : !
t TV. J. en.!FORD. ing on Thursday afternoon, January 2, within the next week or
Mr.0. J. Cutler and family, his mother too late to give report for this week, hut I will put into regular
r. and Mr. and Mrs. N. S. Bristol took a hereafter the meetings will be held on winter season. Lovers GRAHAM

i trip: to Cocoa Beach on Monday, return Wednesday afternoon, from 2:30 to 4:30 are quite enthusiastic of .
i o'clock
,. ing Tuesday in a launch, but the weather sharp. ganlzation. "'V."
w'as too cold for enjoyment ( .
' or pleasure. Paid up Capital
j #liti,999.6A.)

1< :'", Paragraph at Towne Personal and Newsy Briefs Un.Dr.1 Hughlett T.I:___ ......will have,. an_ office in the EAU aALLI1. Exposure to company owns lands .
Along the Coast. .I UVLeJ -i.uuiau ltlver this 'wiuici, and will School will be dampness and cold, Indian River Coun-
\ resumed on the 6th of sudden
have a chill
., regular office hours which if
there I
; : where he the St.
COCOA. January, 1902. River
be found immediately will ,
c may at that time. The doctor cause a
ti 1902 has been physician The Eau Gallie Christmas lug a teaspoonful of Perry River, and on Bw-
at that tree
hostelry for a was killer in
;: .. New Year was a quiet day in Cocoa. number of years. His office is room K. usual 4 grand tUl': (. SS. milk, the half whole a glass system of Bay.

... Basket ball enlivens the holiday vaca Mrs. J. G. Gerry, of Rockaway Beach, Capt. John Houston has another fish- and the danger of cold TO SUIT TilE TIMES .

tion. N. Y., has rented the West cottage of Mr. ing boat on the stocks. substitutes, there is but Send for land list.
f Miss Ella J. J. White, and is Perry Davis. Price 25 and
Singleton spent the holidays expected soon with a I The steamer Spartan was again the .
i \ with her parents here. She will return party of some half dozen people to fill it ways on Sunday and Monday last.
to her duties as teacher of the Eau Gallie for the season. Mrs. Gerry has spent Dr. M. D. L. DOD O\, AND ML\ML

r school Sunday afternoon several winters in Rockledge, and knows Lansing's irrigating plant and wi d-

.. --- - what she is coming to. mill IQ completed and rfniiirr C> 0'--cMtiurtrlr........ Ventist.
: .Y tiev. Vaiger will hold services here
the second and the fourth on Rev. Hughes was greeted with a Mrs. and Miss Coon are domiciled at Office just west of Indian _
Sundays in
each month. The people of this section fair-sised congregation on last Sunday very Mrs. J. C. Clark's for the winter season. Only first class work, at )

... should bend every effort Co help him. morning, and preached a splendid prac Major and Mrs. Clark, of Grand Rap TITUSVILLE ly reduced prleos. IV.J
A cold tical Christmas sermon. Ministers don't ids h Mich., have rented the Near cottage /
?' wave swooped down upon us generally preach two Christmas for the season. v \ ORGAN & JONES
again Sunday night, and the day or so of. nor make such sermons, A
practical application as he large party went over to the l lS'
warm sunshine was just considered ocean REAL ,
employs. He P
received beach
many encomiums on Saturday last in
"weather the sail
breeder No boats
damage done. from his hearers. I Fla"I 71
Alice h
and Lizzie. Loans, Notary \ i
The ladies of the Avilah hold their : \
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Collections, Typewriting,
regular monthly meeting at the library Houston spent

and reading room today, Friday, at ,Stop theBlight to Christmas Fort Pierce with Capt. Houston, returning TITUSVILLE, FLA.
which time they elect officers for the en on Thursday last.

suing year. The cabined launch "Dawn," E. S. .....FOR.....

Randall owner, is now in the water, aftera A Shave and a Hair

; reassemble, complete overhauling and painting. V. i t otlrtt

a and buckle on the armor of study for the Mrs. S. E. Barbour, who spent Christ ....GO TO.... -- -

M l next four months. They have enjoyed inas in New York, is expected back in CarrDihers' !

their.... vacation. _and. are ready for work. It. is a sad thing to see fins Eau Gallie about the 10th of January. -
Barber hoe
lUrs. A. Dixon was the happy re- rust trees The Princess id lid trt rurp co n IHf__ _o_:\.t.lo .n..,ul.... ..... '--. lie ami protected property
I cipient a crisp new bill of the X variety spoiled by the blight. rigging placed in position as fast as possible None but exper'encedwork- byInsurance

for Christmas from her brother, but it i /ou can always tell them by her owner, Mr. J.. A. Gilbert. men employed, and perfect
: came just too late for her to spend it for from: MIT. J. C. Clark Miss satisfaction guaranteed......... |
some one else's Christmas he rest. :: Hodgson and J. L. CARRUTHJ FIRE LIGHT
bad. presents. Too never do well!! Mr. J. A. Gilbert aided greatly in the and CYCLONES.

*; Peter forwards but small success of the children's Christmas tree* GEO. M. ROBBINS, is small com
Wright recently sold forty acres stay and The launch President. F. to the risk of a cat-
out on the of Utilis is moored in the.
edge town to Messrs. 0. and ickly.: \ like this. Write
harbor I
rI A. W. Fort, who came from the west waiting a portion of her luachiu :,
t coast. These It is ery. Mr. Ronald, of Lotus, her owner is
gentlemen will make TITUSVILLE
worse to FLA.
a ,
.. see a expecting it ,,
blight daily. .
fine plantation of the tract and will raise ----- -" ..... information,

sugar cane. strike, children. Gocd The thanks of the working etc.. etc . . . .
v health' of the Christmas committee Abstract of __ _

Dr. and Mrs. Straley, of Stamford, Ct., 3 the natural of and Mrs. tree are tendered Mr .... .
right children. Jensen for :""'---
are again domiciled at their old head aid in the MOTLOW
t .
quarters, Dr. Scofield'a cottage, Cocoa But: some of them don't ornamental work. COMPANY

Heights. Their friends are glad to have get The Misses Childs, of Glean: X. Y., left try4A
their furnish
them.. among. them again and welcome rights.. \Vhile the rest for 1IHiOrt- New. ', York, on Sunday last, after a for Iniulsin Hrpvjnl abstracts of
tnelr cheering presence. i>ui pleasant visit with Air. and --

When six matrons indulge in new brow big and strong one stays Mrs. E. W. Stiukney. GEO OFFICE SI. ROBBIXS.UNDER LAW '

dresses for the purpose of attending small and weak. Mr. Colby, of Grand Rapids, Mich, --- -- -

I' church on the island, it is enough to who purchased:; the Ives place, is making John R. Walker.John C. I Q O''
cause Old Boreas to fuss Emulsion great improvements
fume and can on the
stop property, I
roll the waves so high as to cause them that painting the house, etc. R. Walker & .,
to There
stay at home, or worse still, wear an is no A telephone is being erected from .
old one. j
reason why such child should Hodgson Bros.' place of business I DEALEBa IN-
have A large been number of crates of oranges i-tay small. Scott's Houston street to the F. E. C. line station DRY GOODS

shipped from this place with : Emulsions There will be five stations on the line.

,, in the past few week, and the result is a medicine with lots of MILLINERY
Miss A.
that to take the 'same ratio of shipping Florence Hodgson entertained ,

from all sections of the state it has strength in it-the kind of j in honor of the Misses'Childs, of Olean,

1 ; weakened the market, and the growers'leturns trcngth that makes on Friday last. A pleasant evening was
things spent. Cards, music and
are not what they expected be- dancing were
sides the fruit is not fully matured, and, :'oJ \\". I the features of this most enjoyable gath WINES, BRANDIES,

i 3 consequently, it is tart, and the consumer Scott's Emulsion ering. BEERS.
is disappointed and buys fruit makeschildren
more to
J his liking, and the demand decreases. ; grow, makes them eat, U. Weekly Weather Report and COCOA._ _
There is no fruit that excels DEPAETMENT OF AGRICULTURE
a makes WEATHEE
ripe-not them /
sleep makes BUREAU. /
ripened-sweet, juicy Indian river them MEAT MARKET.
orange .wl
and the. demand will always ex- play. Give the weak child a II and Comparative rainfall for statement the week of temperatures 1 rli ,
ceed the supply if the hanrp 1)ec. 31, 1901. ending Tuesday, ,
hn =_ ..1..:_ _._ ,.., T consumer, finds 1rnff'c T rnttlcnn. wl1.. 1901 T'i: j \ I ...
UJCUl III uu::! cunultlon. It don't pay to ------ 'V'" AU. 1900 _

ship green fruit. make it catch up Dec.DATE.25. MAX.76 MIS.62 MAX.72 MIN.: 1
'I26. is FlorWa
with 72
the 53
Will You Sleep Well rest. 27. 7S 60 74

Tonight? Sot if you have a cough that This picture represents *'.* 2X. 76 69 79 70 ti6 &DelresterD

begins to torment you as soon as you lie the Trade Mark of Scott's 29.30. 80 71 65 75 67 \
down. You can conquer the cough with.1Ien's Emulsion and is on the 31.Total. 62 39 81 66
..\. Lung Balsam, which will relieve { Wl wrapper every bottle. rainfall for the week. 85 7t 11 fs
,10 e.a
the inch
pain in the chest, the irritation in Fit Departure from the
Send for free normal
the throat and th hard breathing. Since sample. week minus.58 inch. rainfall for the FOUNT
it contains no opium, this remedy may ---= SCOTT & BO VNF Departure from normal rainfall AND BOTTLE of allKinds.
be given feeely to children, and to the !- ]1, 1901, plus IS 10 inches. Jan. CONFECTIONS, f -
; most delicate adults. -_- 409 Pearl St., New orl'.1 HAL P. HAEDIX, CIGARS .
!c .. SOC and $[. all druggists. Observer Weather Bureau. AXD ,
r' I Jupiter, Fla., Dec.31. 1901. Titusville,

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