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 10, 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: VID00608
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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correspondence of The'F daStar.-" STEAMBOAT
F ':HAvANA, Dec/24.The first great national '
campaign" ,will. con. be at an end .o .
and in a few days the Cubans will t "

have the pleasure .exerting their suffrage ,

The'battle for,the presidency of< i

11'. 'Cuba has been between Senor Tomas =t 4 j rwlltU1lARD
{, .. ,Estrada Alma of ten year war fame

I. and General Bartolome,Maso. The fight You
need light to raiser
has :been,i a, warm one. At, the present

.writing. the chances seem to be in, favor Tobaccoprofitably.

:, of Palma however. ,
1 : For weeks the press' and platform of Be sure your fertilizer I
,'": the various adherents have been doing ,contains at least 10 per cent. LIME PL ASTER HAIR & CEMENT. II I I
it y..
I their utmost to advance,the chances of ,!

if the opposing candidates. The question ,
: Actual I
Potashfrom P
,. before the jpeople.,has. been purely ,one ti1'NITEPINE000DSIINDO VV PLC:T ART C L. SS w 'I Ij ,
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I. ""ow.o '" I "
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s N of leaders, not of.policies.. The ,Nationalists . Sulphate OUR SPECIALTY TILING, QMTL13.

( and Republicans; who are supporting : t
: We mail free, on request, oar book -
: J Senor Palma, differ, from the "Tpbacco Culture."

: :;_, Pemocrats, who would elect, General GERMAN KAT.T VTOBS8 which time some 500 pressure diagrams I OCEAN STEAMSHIP COMPANY.

#. "":, Maso only in matters of detail. There 93Nassau Street.' New York had been taken for subsequent I

", are no great principles distinctly separating measurement and tabulation. SA V ANN A.EI: LINE. .

'. the rival political camps. There The first of these student tests was Fast Freight and Luxurious Passenger Route iTO

i ttre''no real issues save the leaders ereign independence becomes possible made by the Institute some ten years
themselves. they do not propose to give up any ago. The government as well as mer-

1 r J Cuban elections, are conducted in a' portion either of their independenceor chant vessels and yachts has figuredIn

.. manner that is novelto Americans. The their sovereignty. Their local insti- the list of experiments.

balloting begins in a few days but it tutions, however grateful they shouldbe FREDERICK ROCKWOOD. I '

I :.A: will be the middle of February''' before- to the United States, cannot be

i ,' the first deposited Cuban votes decideS made' to comply with demands that It Dazzles the World.

S owing are unwarranted or put under a servitude No discovery in medicine has ever

; that is uncalled for." created one quarter of the excitement

: system but one set of candidates is ,to The majority of those who support hat has been canned! by Dr. King's New
l Discovery for Its
> Consumption. severest
be voted on at one time. First comes Senor Palma
are willing to drop thlcontro'ersy > tests have been on hopeless victims of

1 I the balloting for the governors of prove until the final I treaty at consumption, pneumonia, hemorrhage,

laces, then for the representatives to least and then to sustain both the let. pleurisy; and bronchitis, thousands of I

the provincial assemblies, then for the ter and the spirit of the amendment whom it has restored 1 to perfect health. I

toLi I deputies to the national house, then for as they understand it. But the supporters For coughs, colds, asthma, croup, har'ever

the senate and last of all for the preslf of General Maso are still hoarseness and whooping coujib its

f dency. urgent for revision, and herein may be the quickest, surest cure in the world.It .
i [ is sold by Wilton & Son and J. B.
i Of the various parties that have contained the germ of many future

nominated'candidates for the different political contests on the island of Screven refund who giiarant.v satisfaction or BY LAND AND SEA.
Large bottles 60c. and
offices to be filled the strongest numerically Cuba. $1.00. Trial money.lHttlfsfiee. 1 Short Rail Ride to Savannah,

Is the Nationalist. This party Truly the leaders are men of two distinct I thence via Palatial Express I

; 4 Is made up almost to a man of Cubans types, and whether the choice of Steamships. . . . ,
1 Without n Peer.
a ,. I who have stood from the first the Cubans be the right one or the "Truthfully speaking sir" began Four Ships Savannah to New York Each Week, MOD, Wed., Frl. and Sat. j
: for absolute independence. The Ret wrong the future alone can telhHAYS
. : the poor young man. "I think your Making close connections with New York-Boston
be termed
publicans may more conservative DUBOIS. Ships or Sound Lines.
daughter is without a peer.
Nationalists. Their ranks "So,do I!" snapped the multimillion All ticket agents and hotels are 'supplied with monthly sailing schtiatai
Blown to Atoms.
? have also been filled by the patriots
aire. "And I shall find fcr her at
* t Fc active In the wars with Spain but the The old idea that the body sometimes one i!i Write for general information, sailing schedules.

{ t stand they have taken on the questions needs a powerful, drastic, purgative pill once. You may go sIr.PhiladelphIaRecord. f I| staterooms reservations, or call on

s *, under argument during the past has been exploded; for Dr. King's New I WALTER HAWKINS, General Agent, 224 West Bsy St.,Jacksonville Fk. t
f eight months has been less Life Pills, which are perfectly harmless, P. E. LEFEVRE, Manager W. H. PLE.VSANTS, Traffic blab<
uncompromising d
' gently stimulate liver and bowels to ex- Cures Blood Poison and Cancer New Pier 35, North River New York.
than that of their Nationalist i
t If pel poisonous matter, cleanse the system Eating sores, swellings, fal'ing hair, ',i, -- -
fellows The Democrats are the sur- and absolutely cure constipation and sick mucous patches, ulcer, scrofula, a''hinz! I -- ----- t

; : vivors of the, old Autonomists, who, headache. Only 25c. at Wilson & Sons' bones and Ixjne, itrlrinsr! skin, toils, ADMINISTKATOIi'S KOTICK. '

through the long, hard years of the and J. B. Screven's drug store. 1 jiimplee! et(., hy taking Botanic Blood PURINA Notice is hereby given to all f 'mom concerned

breaking off the bonds'of SpaIn. sided Bairn (B. B B. )"made especially to cure that sis uiuntha from date I will pre- ,
hentnr. final
Mood and skin troll blt':1. B. accounts and apply to tile H n.
with the Madrid government in so far YACHTS AND WARSHIPS malignant A D. l'r-i ,
nuey county judge of Uretanl ...-
"i\ as holding out for a continued allegiance B. B. heal every sore and makes the ty, F"l'ija.! i for my final discharge aa adttin-
merely asking for home rule. Testing the One Teaches Students blood (pure and rich. Over 3,000 run 8 of Feed 4 DONKEi of the estate of James D. Andrew,

With this party today are all the Spaniards How to Plan the Other. worst Iud most obstinate capes by takingB. ON late ut aid county, deceased.
4 B. B: DrnggMs, $1. Describe tron-I' EVERYSACK. JOHS McLEAK.
and their sympathizers. [Special Correspondence.] A." in; tt'citor of Estate of Jaws b.
r. ble and} trial bottle sent free by writing to ,, A,-
BosToN Jan .. One of the most
The lines of demarcation drews.
are very
Blood Co., Atlanta, (ia. 2 i I i
;" general Cuba's parties have had no picturesque events In the history of a iI KEEPSMULES' Tuusville, Fla., Aug 30th 1901. j
I,I .
battleship is its actual trial - -
time to strike roots deeply into the political over an -

soil. Hundreds of Republicansor ocean course. This trial however is eYrS STOR I A I AND UP ADMIMSTltATOU'S ()TIH.

Nationalists will doubtless vote for not confined to warships, but has become "..t' I FEED Notice is hereby given to all.eondt

General Maso and hundreds of Democrats part of the regular work of stu- For Infants and Children. I BILLS DOWK ;.t six months from date I will protein my
trial au-onnts and apply to the lion
\ D.
for Senor Palma. It Is purely dents of naval architecture. A small i .
\P .
and simply a contest between two steam yacht takes the place of the !'i i3' Kind! Yea Haw Always Bought TRY IT: i,'iun"imy
men. warship cruiser or torpedo boat destroyer ---- mistratur of the estate of Ephraiiu *'.Adams

As has been said above, the chances but her engines are tested in BoaTS tho d LLV"# Foley Honey and i Tar late deceased, of said J.county.P. How .

seem to be slightly in favor of Palma. the same manner as in the larger and :;gllutilfd ot /x I< heals lungs and stops the cough. Ex-0liu-o; Administrator:: uf Estate :uf; ,;..,1&-

One of the reasons for this, perhaps more important"esscI.. rains F. Adams.

? ,, : the strongest reason, is the, fact that Such a test was conducted not long I Tit'uville, Fla.. July 19th 1901.

General Maximo Gomez is lending his ago by students of the Massachusetts Monntalnona Dolh'la.Bolh'ia H. A. HODGES,

hearty support to Senor Palma's cause. Institute of Technology over the regular is tlumost mountainous AD1IIXISTUA TOU'S ()TJCt:.

J Gomez is undoubtedly the most popu- government course off Cape Ann, country in the world, and that portionof Satsiima Ilights, Fla. Notice is hen by given to all eoeeencd

lar man on the island, his patriotism probably to the surprise of many residents the {'(min known as the Cordillerade I I. that six month from date I will present mj
Dealer in and Manufacturers of final
accounts and apply to the HOD. A. D.
I' 'is undoubted and his unselfishness is of who watched Ip Paz !
." Gloucester the ts a colonnade of pure white Penney, county judge of Brevard eowrty,
, .t admitted by all. When the presidencyof little steamer mimicking the familiar summits extend.iiu!: inert than 150 YELLOW TINE Florida, for my discharge aa ex otfteio Mminiatrator -

;, ..I/ the island first became a burning actions of the biggest government miles almost: in a di ',"<'' Hue. LUMBER of the estate of Joseph Pfeten$ ,
late deceased of said
:?, .. i topic after the war with Spain, Gomez menofwar.The I I county.J. P. DBOWS,

was deemed by many the logical yacht used was the Helena of Ex-Ofiicio Administrator of Estate of Joseph

candidate for the office. Had he accepted thirteen tons. She was in charge of JUST Fruit and Vegetable Crates.I' Peters.

, the nomination which was two instructors and seven students in ONE Titusville, Fla., Sept.2eth,1901.AD111NISTILtTOJP .
s urged upon him his election would the naval architecture department at ----- -
, have been almost unanimous but he the Institute. The apparatus, similar to WORD/ that word isTutt's $ NOTICE.

! resolutely pleaded the excuse of his that used in a regular government test. lumber Estimates be furnished delivered for at any complete point hills on th of. Notice is hereby given k .ill coaiernc.1 l that
mouths from
six date I
seventy years, went to New York to had been arranged on the run down I East Coast. pn-M-nt my renal
accounts and apply to the Iron A. I> P .
\: convince Tomas Palma that it was he' from Boston, and the various things to , I Ivy ) .y
i -- -- - ---- -- county jugt'"f Bre\anl Flor1 for
t refers to Dr.Tutt's Liver Pills and . county.
" who must run for the office and has be determined were the pressure and' _- ; ' ('> lf'O- :-"", <'>tZJ ""' & my discharge as ex >tfid
. l I" ever since been speaking and writingin utilization of steam, the revolutions of MEANS HEALTH.Are the estate of \V rr. Kumar, late d(c- :.... -I I *Itr
\ Ui said
his behalf. At a meeting held in the propeller the horsepower the clements you constipated? !I ORANGE TREES J. P. BBV v

this city not long ago he said: of friction in the hull and in the Troubled with indigestion? Ire, Ex-Officio Administrator of EiUte oiN ('.

"Senor Palma has shown capacity machinery at half a dozen various Sick headache? ? I We Have 'em-All Varieties. : Bomar.
' :', .R for governing, as witness his course speeds from the" highest to the lowest Bilious? p. I Titusville, Fla., Sept. 20th, 1901.
I Budded low Sour or Sweet ft
r: on ---
in the war of 1SCS and also as chief of of which the yacht was capable. One Insomnia? : t- Orange, Rough Lemon or Citrus K i iTnfuhata - ---- --

the delegation during the last war. student stood on the bridge stop watchIn VNY of these symptoms and many others !stacks 7)), Hodgson
ndicate Inaction of the LIVER Bros.
l 1; His official purity while occupying hand, to take the time of each run nXTebclTake : Also a Gneralll3e of Nursery Stock !! ,

those positions places Cuba under obligations and to signal the engine room when You
I f$ Budded Pecans Peaches, Plums, ) 1 i iI (1ESIIt.ll.
to him. Not one of us has each mark was passed. Another, with I S Penii..niunx. Rose Bushes, etc. -:, I
f -1JEIICit 'TS,..
Such a standing as he has with the an assistant to record his readings as q
-.buYlbin f for the Ouhard!> cr GarJcn_ ;
and quickly as they were made stood utt's Pills i
I American people their prominent readyto Eau Galiie, Fla.
t! men. Taking into consideration the read the steam gauges and take the : P FREIGHT PREPAID. 21

r fortuitous relations which the Cuban revolutions of the propeller shaft, the C.iT.1LInl'E: H'f.K: Goods

't republic will bear to the United States, steam gauges showing the force of the No Substitute. ; I THE GRIFFINS BrfOTHcRS COMPLY, '. I Dry ClothingHOOTS
t Senor Palma is the most available can- steam as it left the boiler, high; pres- 1, j ; : ,,,. .. I ..
- .. 1'<.--"..>'Y'r7.'f-- .-.;-. -...>-"')-.JnI..,.-' iMi MIOis.
didate." .sure cylinder, intermediate cylinder and] : : .-,1: ii uinw.4 HI:, (;nO'I:nIES.

z. That Maso will not be downed easily condenser and the revolutions being BEST FOR THEBOWELS TWO WEEKS ISSUED 10,000 SOLD '1 j|I I'AIM'S .,1 u OILS, T.TC
; is evident from the fight he has been read from a dial like that of a bicycle :

j putting up since the campaign began cyclometer. Another stood at each of !| Steam Luimrli fur fliartrr.
represents what are known as the Intermediate and low prl'ssur\-rcady I i iII 50 YEARS1EXPERIENCE'
Author THOMAS FLEMING Illustrator
"anti-Platt" Cubans. He has taken the to manage the pressure indicators and It yon aren't a.regular, healthy movement of the
4( i i bowels d.'y 'OII're ill or will be. Keep
every ) your
stump with a vim and earnestness that to take Indicator diagrams of the work- bowels open anToe well. Force,ill the "hape of violent II A critical pen and pencil
i pbfMc or pill poison,i* dangerous. The smooth. review in fiction of the
L have won hundreds of votes away from Ing pressure inside the cylinders of the est,easiest most perfect 10\ay of keeping, the bowels I .
clear and dean is to take .
the quiet, self contained and exclusive triple expansion engine. I Paa-American ExpositionIllustrated
I. Palma. His faith in the ability of the The yacht started at the lowest pos I
Island to work out her own salvation sible speed, increasing gradually from with

} t has evoked much applause where Pal-' six to eight ten and twelve knots, witha Over 400 Unique Line Drawings TRADE MARKS

ma's pleas for economy and watchfulness running start each time and a. long humoi DESIGNSCOPYRIGHTS
Showing every phase, (character type, I
have been listened to in silence. turn at the end when the recording w'.t; including a graphic account of Till &c.An' .

General )Maso in his manifesto an- machinery required readjustment. Finally ASSASSINATION':: OF PRESIDENT Mt- I I qult:1t 'i an"' "."-,'rt.r!i ,n !'n'>.>.r.rr,. r'(. "' n. IDa r ,
( nouncing his candidacy for the presi- with the shafts whirling out KIN LEY. as witnessed by the author. All I! Inren' I, i9. [pr "i' v .I' ,'. '.: J 'I', u'ra' .
related the epigrammatic witty dialect ofa ru"r'y> 11'1' i''I. H i:.a:"of k. a i'a't-uts
dency, defined very clearly those fea some 450; revolutions a minute and everything ( I in old Cape Cod citizen. I sent I Ira", i"1!. -: ,u.. > II r r.", uri: / uiiu..
Prttcii't! t.iK< 'i ti rwn Main 4 (o. recetveqwriai
tures of the Platt amendment as they in the engine room moving in For sale at all book stores or sent post paidon I n,''i ., *:t'I'.ut ibnree, in the

impress the people of the parties proportion, the time record announcedthe EAT JEM LIKE CANDYPleasant receipt of price, $2. I Scientific JIm ritan.A
whom he seeks to conciliate in his maximum speed of twelve and a Palatable, Potent. Taste Good, Do Good,, .
support Never Sicken, Weaken or Gripe 10,25. and 50 cents Nutshell l Pub. Co. N Y. City .
half knots, and the test was over. The per box. Write for free sample, and booklet on The ) band""fll'' \ Ilhl..t,. 1.. ': '!!: !:.;:- r,
i health. Address (33 ___ cuiatint' uiv It: : ju ro-::: I, a
; '" "The Cuban people" hey says in effect yacht had made eighteen trips over the i STERUSQ EE1EDT COSPiST, CHICAGO cr KKff TOR Ii year; foui mouths, ft doa ')> >u news .:::"\
i "must make it clear that when course but had been steaming con KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN' BAN N E R. ..... E-, MUNN & CO.361Brc al, New York

tie .R thejlefinite establishment of their sov- stantly for mere than six hours during I the most healing salve the world. I Branch Office CS i fc't. Wu&Uifftca, t) Cr


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4 : f 'H kOTEI.$ ? "7\ of Works Taylor says the crew will be ,STEEPLE FIND IS IDENTIFIED . ._ ' :. 'IJ

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: placed on the shores of the great basinat H ' _.: .. .. :: =.:: ::" : :;:"-_,,,: <
.. 4 'the foot of the eminence on Which Body"In Church Belfry That of Winton

P Comfort In Preppaiattlon For Visitors the Art building win. stand, just at the White 3
t theLSt. Louis Expedition f '
}' head of the grand lagoon. '. Birmingham, Dec. 30.-The skeleton tC

.. [Special Correspondence.]' A building in,which family'reunions found recently.In''the steeple; of the

ST.' Louis. Jan..' xa-"The.. LouisianaPurchase . 'may be held at the St. Louis world'sfaip'is negro churchnear'East::Lake Is that r

. .' exposition at... ,St. Louis. ,In suggested by Mr. Alfred Adamsof of Winton White, a negro who is sup

l"' 1903 is to have an establishment where'" Taylorville., HI posed to have shot a man several . e

visitors may at'moderate rates be refreshed -, J LEONARD BALDWIN. years ago and was afterwards a fugi-.
0.'...., :" by,sleep and the application. tive from-. justice.A .' . .

:':,;''.f" .".}. .grater, .tootheir.. persons. and clothing,"' ,Both' Sides. ; 'negro woman representing her- t
"':;:' .i 'says Director: of Works Taylor. '"It "Wouldn't we be surprised If we self as'Bettle Jlealey, once the wife of
: : : has been considered could, see ourselves as others see us?" White, said that the man,was undoubt- The Kind You.Have Always Bought, and which has beenin
t : _always at expositions to, supply proper thing "Yes, but. the Bothers would, be surprised edly her husband. She claimed that use for over 30 years, has borne the signature of

'" eating and drinking' places'' but plenty never 'too, If they could, see ,us as we she was, able to. identify the remains. been made under his per

before has it occurred to exposition le.e urse !('s."-Exchf\ngp. by peculiarity of the teeth, by the ciff- supervision since its infancy.
knives found beside the remains andy
managements to further the no one deceive you in this.
; go in It Girdles,the Globe. the.quilts which had evidently.served
care 'and restoration ,of .the, physical }The fame df Bucklen's Arnica Salve, as as the man's bed. All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-good" are but .

.man by 'furnishing ,bathing and'sleepIng the best in the world, extends round the Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of

,. facilities. There l have ,been barber earth. It is the one perfect healer of 8100 Reward 8100. Infants and Children-Experience against Experiment.

:shops where' for preposterous prices cuts, corns, burns, bruises, sores, scald, The readers of this will be pleasedto
s the visitor might get a shave or a boils, ulcers, felons, aches, pains, and all learn that there is at least one dreadful .

shine, but there never has been a place skin eruptions. Only infallible pile cure.. disease that science has been able to cure in What is CASTORIA t
: he bathe 25c a box at Wilson & Son's and J. B.Screven's. all its stages, and that is Catarrh. Hall's Ca- .
where might and
sleep, except -
> 1IUccuu.b. tarrh Care is the only positive cure knownto '
;t the exposition hospital, and this the medical fraternity Catarrh being a Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric -

was'not open to him till his system constitutional disease. requires a constitu- Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It -
had ,completely collapsed. For this affection which Is so often tional treatment Hall's Catarrh Cure is
taken internally, acting directly 'upon the contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic _.
"At'the establishment to be featured provokingly obstinate, close the ears blood and surfaces of the
mucous system, substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
K, ; at the St. ,Louis fair the yisltor; will at. with the tips of the fingers exert a thereby destroying the foundation of the disease and Feverishness It Diarrhoea and \Yiiid >
moderate prices be able, to get the following certain pressure therewith, and at the and giving the patient strength in allays cures
' building the constitution and assisting Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation
: Shine,. 'shavei shampoo, ead'rub same time drink in small drafts any up 4
nature in doing its work. The proprietorshave
bath-Turkish, plain, in sulphur sort of a liquid offered by another person so much faith in its curative powers and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the ""

water or in plain water-fresh collars and the hiccough will cease In- I that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. t

r fresh cuffs laundered underwear and stantaneously., case that it fails to cure. Send for list of tes- The Children's Panacea-The Mothers Friend.
sleep. I timonials. 1In 1
Address, F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0.
Yon should know that
Foley's Honey
"We are to sink an artesian'well on Sold by Druggists, 75c.Hall's GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS ;
and Tar is absolutely the best for all
Pills the best.
the grounds, and the water from this, of Family are
diseases the throat and lungs. Dealersare

strongly impregnated with hydrogen authorized to guarantee it to give Missouri :Bears the Signature of
sulphide,. will supply sulphur baths satisfaction. Wilson & Sbn. Battleship Launched. 4

which physicians declare to have exceptional Newport News, Va., Dec. 28.-The

- !" Invigorating, and stimulating Marcus Found Unconscious. battleship Missouri was successfully r

properties. The visitor will be able to Montgomery, Ala., Dec. 30.-S. Marcus launched today.

3' get any kind of bath he likes-hot, a prominent Dexter avenue saloon ,
:r ;' cold or tepid-with massage or with- keeper, yesterday morning failed i
C06JtagiousBlood ,
out, Turkish Nubian or what not. to show up at his place of business. ,

Apartments, small but nicely equipped Later in thfe day his clerks went to :

; will 'be supplied where after his .his home, broke in and found him in Poison The KM You Have Always Bought

bath he may take a short nap, the attendant I bed unconscious\from a stroke of apo-

j awakening him at a specified plexy. His family were away spend- There is no poison so highly contagious, Use For Over "ars.
;;' time. The apartments in most of the ing Christmas in Greenville. At a late so deceptive and so destructive.* Don't be 30

exposition grounds will be so quiet hour he had not rallied and is barely too sure you are cured because all external THE CENTAUR COMPANY. TT MURRAY STREET. NEW (, A CITY. .

that sleep will come readily even to. alive. signs of the disease have disappeared, and ." ,, ':"::. :.-' .'... I
. the doctor says you are well. Many persons
the nervous. A patrol about the build-
have been, dosed with Mercury and
N. Jackson D.uivilleIll.writes "My
ing will guard against the least noise
Potash for months and .
j' daughter had a severe attack of to grippe or years, pronounced -- -- -- -- --
or disturbance. cured-to realize when too late
and"a terrible cough settled on her lungs.
"While the visitor Is taking his bath We tried that the disease was only covered up- ;
remedies without
great ,
and his nap the laundry will work on giving relief. the many tried Folev's Honey Uko Begot* like. driven from the I ASTHMA GORE FREE!' r

his underclothing washing, rinsing and and Tar, which cured her. She has nev- surface to break ,
drying it. Collars and cuffs will be for er been troubled with a cough since." out again, and to their sorrow and mortification
find those nearest and dearest to '
sale at the building, and the visitor Wilson & Son. .
when lie wakes can don fresh clean them have been infected by this loath- Asthmalene Brings Instant Relief and Perma- ,
some disease, for no other poison is so i '
underwear, fresh collar and cuffs, and. Cut Artery In His Arm. surely transmitted from parent to child nent Cure in All Qases.

shaved and with shoes. shined. he can Florence, Ala., Dec. 30.-Robert Evans as this. Often a bad case of Rheumatism, t

go forth as fresh and vigorous as a young man employed in the Catarrh, Scrofula or severe skin disease, SENT ABSOLUTELY FREE OX RECEIPT OF POSTAL.

though he had just emerged from his stave factory, committed suicide by an old sore or ulcer developing in middle
room at the hoteL There will be sepa- cutting the artery of his arm and let- life, can be traced to blood poison contracted WRITE YOUR NAME AND ADDRESS PLAINLY.

rate establishments for the sexes, and ting the blood flow into a tin pail. in the tIn; of tho Parent.. r F
will be furnished the When early There is nothing like Astlimalene.
women same discovered he was lying on the
life for it remains in the System
smoldering C HAl N E It brings instant relief, even in the
service by female attendants. floor with the razor which he had forever,*unless properly treated ani .
It when all else foils.
w' ; "A tired man is a poor exposition vis- used lying broken by his side. He died driven out in the beginning. S. S. S. is Po n TE .I worst ca.Ks. cures

; itor.. He lacks the attention which is in a short while after being found and the only antidote for this peculiar virus, n a The Rev. C. F. Wells of Villa Ridge

the first step toward enjoyment. Facilities !- in his dying statement said that whis- the only remedy known that can over- YEARS 111, says: "Your trial bottle of Asthmalene
it and drive it out of the blood andit received in good condition. I cannot tell
be and of his come ,
for rest must supplied, ky was the cause suicide. He you how thankful I feel for the good derived -
this and
they will be supplied at the St. Louis came from Iowa a year ago and cut does so thoroughly effectuallythat from it. I was a slave chained with
there is return of the diseaseto
never a
exposition. The visitor Is not expected himself oft from his family, refusingto putrid sore throat and asthma for ten
embarrass or humiliate you afterwards I of cured I
and will not be allowed to take a long communicate with them. Blood years despaired ever being
{ cures Contagious saw your advertisement for the cure of
sleep. The natural deep. wholesome La grippe coughs often continue for Poison in any and all this dreadful and tormenting dineaseasth-:

sleep which follows a bath will restore months and sometimes 1,ads to fatal re S S S stages; contains nc ma and thought you had overspuken yourselves ; a
/ him completely in an hour or less." ults after the patient is supposed to have : mineral to break down but resolved to give it a trial. To '' l!
astmisbment the trial acted like
constitution it is my f
the mines and your ;
In metallurgy depart- a sed that danger point. Foley's Honey charm. Send me a fullsized bottle."
: ment will be displayed the most comprehensive :. and Tar affords positive protection and purely vegetable and the only blood puri- ; ,
} exhibit as well as the largest security from these coughs. Wilson & fier known that cleanses the blood andat Rabbi of the Cong.! Bnai Israel.' ,
Son. the same time builds up the general '/ New York: Jan. 3, 1001. "
display of hidden treasures of the I health. ti fl Drs.Tart Bros' Medicine Co. :

earth the world's people have ever Our little book on contagious blood Gentlemen: Your asthmalene is an ext '
J. L. Welch !
seen. The building provided for this Resigns. poison is the most complete and instruc- cellent remedy for asthma and hay fever '
Birmingham, Ala., Dec. :31.-A sur- and its composition alleviates all troubles '
all it tells all y
f, department is so large that space tive ever issued; not only .
f;., necessary for the mineral exhibit will prise was had in railroad circles yes. about this disease. but also how to cure which astonishing combine and with wonderful.asthma. After success havingit is
terday morning when it was announced yourself at home. It is free and shouldbe
; s' be available the remaining space to be carefully analyzed we can state that '
,, given up to mining machinery. that J. L. Welch, who, after 17 in the hands of everyone seeking 3. Asthmalene contains no opium chloro- t
years' service with the Louisville and cure. Send for it. form or ether. Very truly yours, \
r. The building is one of the main
tr group of exposition structures and Dr. Nashville railroad, had res ?ned to THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, GA.STOPS EVERY r RINGS EEV. DR. MOBEIS tiEUIFLE&I

take effect Jan. 1. M. B. Starks his
David T. Day is chief of the depart Avon Springs, X. Y., Feb. 1, 1901. ..
ment. He is assisted by Dr. W. S.Ward successor, is not new to Birminghamand Dr. Taft Lros. Medicine Co. f.
was trainmaster here for the Gentlemen: I write this testimonial froma '
";- who Is doing the field work. Louisville and Nashville for several sense of duty, having tested the wonderful effect of your Asthmalene for the cure of asth t,
The work of arranging for exhibits ma. My wife has been afflicted with spasmodic asthma for the past 12 years. Having exhausted ,
has been systematically and energetically years and was promoted and went j my own skill as well as many others. I chanced to see your feign upon your windows "
under for several months, and from here to Nashville. Mr. Starks' on 130th ')street New York. I at once obtained a bottle of Asthmalene. My wife commenced _
way return to Birmingham is hailed witn taking it about the first of November. I very soon noticed a radical improvement. After a f fusing
F everywhere the chief and his assistants one bottle her asthma has disappeared and she is entirely free from all symptoms. I t"
he his
pleasure here, where and wife OF
; have found great enthusiasm among Afoot feel that I can consistently! recommend the medicine to all who are afflicted with this distressing -
. ? men of wealth and brains interested in lived for many years. disease. Yours respectfully, O. I). FHELP& M. D. II

r the mining Industry. The mining exhibits For Pneumonia.Dr. Dr. Taft Bros' Medicine Co.

i" from all of the Rocky mountain C. J. Bishop, Agnew, Mich., pays : PAIN Gentlemen: I was troubled with asthma for 22 years. I have tried numerous remedies
and Tar in but they have all failed. I ran across your advertisement and started with a trial bottle.
being prepared with much "I have used Foley's Honey
country are
. I found relief at once. I have since purchased your full-sue bottle and I am ever grateful H
.. care. Only the choicest specimens will three very severe cases of pneumoniawith Athens,Tenn.,Jan.'li, 1901. I have family of four children and for six years was unable to work. I am now in the
come to the great fair. good results in every case. Bewareof Ever since the first appearance of mr best of health and am doing business every day. This testimony you can make such use of ,

In Michigan and Wisconsin special imitations. Wilson &Son. menses suffered they with v.ere great very pain irregular in my and hips I, 1 as you see fit. Home address, 235 Rivingtou street. 67 East 129th 8t., New S. RAPHAEL York City., t t

effort Is being made to collect mineral back, stomaeh and legs, with terrible ,
Engineer Murdered. bearing down pains in the abdomen. 1
exhibits of extraordinary value. In During the past month I have been
Alaska, the Philippine Islands, Cuba Memphis, Dec. 30.-D. M. Ray, a locomotive taking Wine of Can'ui: and Thedford'a TRIAL BOTTLE SENT ABSOLUTELY FREE ON RECEIPT OF POSTAL. 1
Black-Draught,and I passed the monthly f
engineer, was shot and kill-
and Porto Rico the United States
sr gov- period without pain for the first time .
ernment has begun the collection of ed early this morning on a Yazoo and in years. NAXXIE DAVIS. Do not delay. Write at once addressing DR. TAFT BROS1 MEDICINE ( O.. 75 East

specimens for extensive mineral exhib Mississippi Valley train near Leland, 130th st., New York City.Sold. ,
Miss., by four men woo subsequentlyforced "toy All nrti ists.
its.One What is life worth to a woman suffering
of the principal features of the the engineer in charge of the Pi
cut loose the engine and take like annie Davis suffered? Yet
cab to
exhibit from the republic of Mexico
them to Cleveland. The killing is said there are v omen in thousands of homes !
will be that in the Mines and Metallurgy -
building. Dr. Day is now located to have been without provocation. Ash to-day who are bearing those terrible The Seaboard Air-Line Railway

, A. M. Phipps. Blackman menstrual in silence. If
J at, the world's fair headquarters In St. ley Coeke, pains you are'4' # tt

j Louis. The classification of the mines and Lauderdale are under one of these we want to say that this e CAPITAL CITY EL Q JT !
with the killing.
t department has been approved by the arrest charged same a

i ; .' expositIon' company and is now ready Frank Treadwell, Bennett, Ia., was 1. The Shortest Route. The BI'-t Liiu- 11
> : '; for distribution. troubled with kidney disease for two

r t'-1' President Francis and Treasurer years. He writes : "I had taken several DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE :

,-t'; Thompson have just returned to St. kind: of kidney remedies, but with little will bring you permanent relief. Console

Louis from Washington and New benefit. Finally I tried Foley's Kidnev yourself with the kncwledge that Including Sundays. :
1 a '' York, and both express themselves as Cure and a one-dollar .bottle cured me." 1,000,000 women have been completelycured -TO- I

much with the result of their Wilson & Son.
Wine of Cardui. These
by women -
conferences with the president and his For Over Fifty Years suffered from leucorrhoea, irregular Savannah, Columbia, Southern Pines,

cabinet officers, all of whom, as also )lass WlSSLOW'S >OOTHING SYRCP has been menses, headache, backache, and Richmond Washington Baltimore !, '
t the congressmen they met were enthusiastic used for over fifty rears by millions of motherfor ;;
their children, while tt'ethingvltl1 perlecSQCcebS. bearing down pains. Wine of Cardui .
4',:. ', friends of the world's fair. Itsoothes the child. softens the gums New York
That President Roosevelt could not at. allays all pain,cures wind colic and Is the best will stop all these aches and pains Philadelphia, ,
remedy for Diarrhoea. It will relieve the poor
t tend the ground breaking ceremonies tittle sufferer Immediately old by Druggist lor you. Purchase a $1.00 bottle of Through -U-llinctia.: Tie ojp CITS.
world. Twenty-five :
of the cent
!every part i
ter. ,was regretted, but not wholly unex a bottle. Be sure and ask for 'Mrs. Wlns- Wino of Cardui: today and take it in I

I ;= pected. IJW' "'0.t t1t'wrnll' '"an, -,4"_., nn--rner Rt\t1 the privacy of your home. a Only Line Operating Through Pullman Car Pr-rvico'Jarkoi.vilJpto !

The United States coast marine lifesaving t i' X''' Orleans
; CASTOR.JA.: : For ad vio'f:'and literal i ,. ure1. lna ," I 'uvthpr iV -", .'i ''II Tvrtf
service will be assigned a place tOil. 111 Ladies' ? Itela.arnt For
Bears theSignature the!: Kind You HaY Always Bought : The ChatunooH'a il-duane I ,., iJkntonouga, E. L. BI"N I'I.!' It" ;,1'.4-- "L, A. O. )lv pr\ IJJ..! I'I'orNn.Mitii. .,-. '
in the SL Louis world's fair site for YA7A7- I T un. is.k. I I I \ a. Jwl--<.'

4 the display of that interesting feature I of t t $1L 7 J.\S)1 B \Vice-1'reaideut and General Manager, I'ortamoi \
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,; ::,' BUSINESS' II.;;,'.-'",":.....,.',.'... .. "r'., ;" ... ... ,' MELBOURNE. ,
pz L' ; W.LHrjaHLETTf; M D:, t.T.DANIEL ; . .:-: ',J Mr John Clohecy. ,:of,Jensen, was In'
D, D. S.-Offieea The Indian River
over tow Monday. C0uqhiq1
Drag Go's'stores,the leadingDrugeatiiblish* II
:... .meat he IndiaDrivercountr7rI. \:- -;. : : : ; : .Mrs.- Brush, of Chicago, has rented the : ,
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Jessmer house.
"" .. WILLIAM'. HINDLE.-Undertaker' and Exabalcaer. .*fj I'.E Minutes. I
; $ Bicycles and. Sewing Machine.sup* .""'";r.i'; : .. Dr. DuBose returned from his visit to cc I was giveD up to. := with
'g, '':; ,
Charleston on Monday.Mr. Ito then begin
t of Every Description. Agent. for. Beveridge ", ... ." I quiCK consumption. + Pectoral.
Steam Cooker. ; : ', Fred Irwin and use Ayer's -
.,1.. ., ; family, Chicago, now la
are here for the winter.Mr. improved at once, his
; . FRANK UPP-PracticalShwinaker, Forty (sufficient to give you most perfect health."- E. Hartman -
d- experience; all kind of -"repairing ; W. T.Wells has N. Y. -
'. .years .. \ made big improvements Gibbstown,
/ done; nice and cheap; also ladies'and men'sshoes
in the north end of town.
made to order. . biscuit
t1,: ,,' t delicious tea using Mr. and Mrs. Potter,of Lansing, Mich., risky playing
I 60 TO J. M... SANDERS, The Old Sellable It's too ,
Store for good, fresh and reliable goods are guests at the Grand View cottage.Mr. --

t1' F each',as: Dry Goods,'Saddlery,1 Crockwy. Powder di- and Mrs. Henry Whiting,of Wash- with your cough.
,. t Hats,Trunks and a full line o f Groceries. Royal Baking as .
first thing
% ; ington, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs.S. The

A' JARVIS HOUSE-Open all the year round. F. Gibbs last Sunday.Rev. know it will be down ,
<: Pleasant location facing the river on river rected. A true leavener.
:"t v front. Rates$2.00 per:day.,special terms by ,pure, Jesse Hadley returned Saturday deep in your lungs and
.. the week or month.MELBOURNE from Winter Park, where he went with
, ,ft- > BUSINESS DIRECTORY. his son, Percy, to put him in Rollins' the play will be over.

rollegeo. The best wishes! of his Mel early with Ayer'sCherry
I: i . MELBOURNE STATE,BANK-Cap tal$15- > bourne friends follow him. gin
I P 000. F. H. Fee, president; C.M. Horton, Pectoral and stop
,1' U' ; cashier. ,The only bank on the lower river m'---1 Miss Gladys Wells gave a delightful
i ,!" and the pineapple region of Brevard county. Then they will turn their attention too is visiting his brother, Mr. H.S. Williamsand party to her friends at Educational han the cough.
't:' ... better and Like all
larger building. family, of this place.
J, fflB PIERCE BUSINESS DIRECTORY. f on New Year's night. Among those Three sizes: 2St.jOc.,SL AU rsgIlltJ.
\ : women, they'are content a A. 0. Lapham has opened his mercan- present were Mr. and Mrs, W. T. Wells, J
'PLATTS-r Physician and Sargeoafills house untila ] he secured.
J' C. P. the river promptly larger'one can tile store, just north of the station, with Dr. L. A. Peek, Misses Allie Nicholson, Consult your doctor. If!h. says take' _.H.l..u.ary '
( to point on of
any verygrateful for all the kind If be tells JOG
They are b.
J answered. Fo t Pierce, Florida Miss Alice Chaires in charge. Emma Middy, Annie Goode, Matilda then to take 1'-u then lay.don' take It. Ue Penn. \
.. help they received from interested citizens U wttb bIm. W.are wUI1D.,
-, Middy Mollie Nicholson Jessie Goode Leave
The of .ktata J
in their time of need. Now, if people Rockledge are rejoicingover J.c.I.YEB,
peo- .
Cescrea Middy, and Mes;rs. John NichOlson j
the fact that all trains
piftTwill use the reading room and show passenger are
: ;
t' Alex J. Goode Stanford Wells ---A
. j their interest in that way, the ladies will to be brought to the lower depot. 1
Claude BeaujVan, Ralph Wallace, Pres- Note.If .
feel that they have not worked in vain. Mrs. C. V. Ruthven, of New York, is cott Wells and Walter Foulghum. 'i

The library open on Wednesday and again located in the Towe cottage, in the tartit;;:, ",\11 the world loves a 1

Saturday afternoons, for distribution of South Rockledge for the season. Weekly Weather Report.U. lover,u.>, true, then the fiction in the
books, many of which are the very latest, Cosmopolitan for January should be pop- ;
j .S Judge Neuschaffer and Mr. and Mrs.F. .8.DEPARTMENT OF AQEICULTpBK WEATHEfi .
which can be had by the payment of five ular, indeed. All the stories vary in
,J. Simmons, of New York, are againat BUREAU. .
cents per week per book, or $1.00 per treatment, plot and action, from Fraweia3onrt
their winter quarters at the New Rock- Comparative statement of temperatures
year. Surely this is a great privilege ledge. and rainfall for the week ending Tuesday, inay tylnr's charming l'tllry, *Oi-
which many towns of a much greater Jan. 7, 1901. pid's Practical Joke, to Maarten Ma rens' -

K s1_ size dp not possess, and it should be appreciated Change of schedule went into effect on 1901 -. 1900 strong domestic tragedy, filler '*Ut-

HANCOCK'S LIQUID SULPHUR and enjoyed to a much greater the 7th, new trains having been put on. DATE. MAX. MIN. MAX. MIN. er's Wife," but all have love fur a centra!
The mail Jan. 1. 72 52 78 64
extent. now goes at 2:15 p. m. ." theme.
2. 74 67 80 72
CURES instead of 1:10; and two mails arrive from 3. 71 64 81 63 ---- -- -
'. There Are Some Simple Remedies the north, one at 3:38 p. m. and the other "' 4. 70 63 76 62:
THERIA, SORE THROAT, indispensable in any business. Among at 5:50 p. m. 6.5. 68 68 56 60" 71 73 61 63 M.D: fA

4 these the experience of years assures us Dr. Allen Kirkwood, who occupied the '. 7. 67 52 72 62
4ind all blood and skin diseases.For sale by should be recorded Painkiller. For both Dentist.
Garvey cottage last winter with a pa- Total rainfall for the week..96 inch.
J. B. SCREVE.V. internal and external applications we tient down last Departure from the normal rainfall for the Office just west of Indian River hotel
4. have found it of great value, esjiecially was week from Virginia week plus.19 inch. Only lust. class work at greatly -
can we recommend it for colds, rheumatism arranging to bring his patient here again Departure from normal rainfall since Jan. reduced prices.
or fresh wounds or bruises.-Chris- this season. He was the guest of Mr. E. 1, 1902, plus .19 inches. TITUSVILLE FLOKII1A.
; I INDIAN RIVER[R RIPPLES.8 tian Era. Avoid substitutes?, there is l hut A. Hartwell while here.Miss" HAL P. HABDIN ---- -
\ one Painkiller, Perry Davis'. Price 25c Weather Bureau. John R. Walker. C. U. Swain.
and50c. Louise M. Powe; who has been Jupiter, Fla., Jan.71901.
Paragraphs Personal and Newsy Briefs spending a couple of weeks at her
t ,/ grovein Chapped hands,cracked lips and roughness John R. Walker & Co
at Towns Along the Coast. has
: KOCKLEDGK. Rockledge, returhed to her workat of the skin cured quickly by Banner ,

r' ) COCOA. Mr. Chas. H. Hibbs has been quite ill Wells college, at Aurora, N. Y., where Salve the most healing ointment in the -DEALERS IS-
n s: she is a teacher of art. Miss Powe stands world. Wilson & Son.
but is now able to be about.
y .- Prof. and Mrs. 'Smith returned Saturday very high in her profession. DRY GOODS
Mr. Marvin Thomas is now prescriptionclerk *J Hancock's all
t from their visit to Ocala. Liquid Sulphur cures
I' at the Rwkledge pharmacy.A Admiral Dewey passed through Rock- blood and skin diseases. For sale by MILLINERY
lsA; Mr. M. Thompson, of Merritt, was in ,
ledge on Tuesday and descended to the J. B. Screven, Druggist.
ai ;the meeting of the Avilah. the New Rockledge on Tuesday evening.Mr. with the few people there. It was not GEO. M. ROBBINS, F. A. MoRGAN

d,. Mrs. Harry Wesson and daughter, Miss i Win. Merwin is quite till again, known that he would be on that train President. Actuary.

'' IMabel, arrived from Titusville on Friday having been confined to his bed the past and therefore there was but few favoredones BREVARDAbstract

sto spend a few more days with relatives week. present to see the hero of Manila.
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Palatka. --- .
/here before return to Miss Hazel Stiling, of Daytona, spent Mrs. Battenfield entertained the Pal- .

Mr. Geo. H. Purbeck is a late arrival Sunday with her friend, Alliene Wilson, metto club last week Thursday afternoonand of TitieCOMPANY

", .:. in Cocoa, on a visit to his uncle, Mr. C in Rockledge. a delightful two hours were spent.

t '\' A. Loud, and wife. Mr. Purbeck hails Prof. G. /W. Michael, of Logansport, Mrs. Chatfield entertained this week on 4VI.

r.', from the Witch city in the Bay jstate. Indiana, is here again for the winter, the Wednesday, the regular day of the club . x

I. t .'.> Miss Dodson returned on Saturday, after guest of The Plaza. last season. That the occasion was a Will furnish abstracts of title .

her two weeks' vacation spent with Mr. J. C. Williams, of Montclair, N.J., most pleasant one goes without saying. for lands iu Brevard county. i l ,
\ ber parents in Titusville. She resumed The meeting next week will be with MrsC. 1 OFFICE UNDER LAW OFFICE OF i .i I ri

.. her duties in the school room Monday. J. Coggin. GEO. M. ROBBIXS. TITUSVILLE FLA ti ( , t, 1

'. Miss Hazel Stiling, of Daytona, arrived The Hotel Indian River orchestra has 1 l f

f on last Saturday to visit old friends in arrived, consisting of violin, 'cello, flute BOBBINS .e'i

,. Cocoa. She was the guest of Mr3. M. M. Help. and piano, and on Saturday gave their

.::,'- McLoud She returned home on Wednesi . first performance. A ball was held in ?* v.
i day. the parlors and a number of Rockledgeand & GRAHAM

Cocoa young people were in attend i'oCa'I' 1VD BOTTLE SODA,
E, Mrs. J. M. Paine and her daughter, CO.
ance. It was like a fairy scene, the beau COti FEC 1'IOXS, rui'iT
:Miss Ellen I from ,
J ; are Jate arrivals (Incorporated. Paid up Capital $25,000.00)This
:;??, .Carlton, Minn. They are nicely settled Nature tiful colored electric lights, the entrancing CiG 4IIS AXU TOIl iCCO.
r in their home on Indian River avenue, music, the gaily attired and attractive company owns landsin

y after an absence of two years. Miss Cor ladies and the mazy dance, all conspiredto the Indian River Country Titusville, Fla.

,, t ; \ deha Paine spending the winter Boston make the flight of time forgotten as ina on the St. Lucie River,

:. "s. Mass., with her sister, Mrs. Dr. F. A. dream. Without doubt there will be at New River, and on Bis-
') 'P .' ;, 1,:' . Williams. i Babies and children need I II many of these social occasions? there this cayne Bay. L

f' '; Admiral Dewey passed through Cocoa. | proper food, rarely ever medi- I winter. PRICES TO SUIT TIlE TIMES J
}.,. '.. .on the southbound train on Tuesday on I I.t. 'i i cine. If they do not thrive i ii If Banner Salve Send for land list.

fJI <4 his way to Palm Beach. As his coming on their food is doesn't cure your piles, your money will OFFICES AT . .
there few something : be returned. Its\> the
;ti , was unexpected, were very people most healing med TITUSVILLE
1 t "', . at the station to. see him. Had it I ,wrong. They need a little Ii | icine. WiUon "" son.

j I". . been generally known the people, and TIlE MOST COMPLETE
,, especially theschool| children,would have i help to get their digestive if j EAU GALLIE.

t ... taken advantage of the opportunity by machinery working properly. Mrs. C. L. Taylor's house is having a Electrical
f "' '. paying their respects to the hero of Manila f i good share of the travelling public.A .

,- and the route.
cheering along Supply
I of
deputation our townsmen went to

f '. School opened Monday with quite a Titusville on Monday on county business. 0

i c. .. change of pupils to different grades, making SCO S91t! Chas. B Merrill was in Ean Gallie with and
., a change of teachers and rooms nec- his launch, the Kansas City, onIon- ConstructionHouse r/ Carrr,
tI essary. Mis Dodson sent nine girls of ,
the fifth grade into the sixth. Miss Har- day.Dr.
,; t \' dee promoted several from the primary Du Bose, of Melbourne, was a south Wrecked!

into the intermediate. A numberof new bound passenger on the F. E. .C. road on .
I 1- IN THE SOUTH. Your home
.. t pupils have also come into the school. Monday.Mrs. awl property 't!
I should lie i>r< trrtfl liy
... .\ There were promotions to different grades i will generally correct this Dr. Clark, of Olean, N. Y., will 000

in all the rooms. without change of teachers. l I difficulty. I IIf preside at the organ; In St. John's churchat oou Insurancefrom
The good work of the teachers is the next services.

\t1 telling, and encouragement should i will from onej j Electrical Supplies, Dry Batteries, FIRE. LHiHTXING
every you put The Alice is out daily, with jolly Sal Ammoniac Batteries, Samson and CYCLONES.; -

4' 'be given them by parents. fourth to half a teaspoonful parties of ladies and gentlemen on board. Batteries, Edison LaLande Batteries The expense is small compared \

'' The Avilah held a very pleasant meeting i j Capt. E. W. Stickney is in command.Dr. Holtzer-Cahot Sparking Magnetos to the risk of a at-
in bottle three four All for Gas like this.
astroph Writeto
baby's or : Engine Ignition.
+t. of last week the occasion
on Friday Hazlewood was called to Melbourne
I Supplies for above carried in stock. or
1 ... being the annual election of officers,which times a day you will soon see 1 I Ia ; Monday.. The doctor returned to Eau
'" resulted in the re-election of all : Schuyler & BranniDg, Titmvllle,
nearly Gallie foot
t on owing to heavy head 000
I marked improvement. For J I --- ---- for reliable .
.. the officers. The result was as follows : winds. 000 information.rates
.I President, Mrs. Carrie Paterson; Cocoa larger children from half to etc., -.
f ja j Ernest Taylor is now in the freight de-
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vice president, Mrs. W. E. Booth; Rock- Florida Electric Co., -
partment .of the F. E. C. line at this
II ledge vice president, Mrs. Inez Smith; S teaspoonful, according to : EAST COAST MEAT MARKET.
point, in place of Mr. Burns, who
City Point vice, president, Mrs. Sophia 1 i iif JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.PURINA.
i age, dissolved in their milk, was ordered to West Palm Beach. ,
't Dixon; Merritt vice president, Mrs. A. R. -- - - -- G. F. DUREN, Agent,

.. Moore corresPQnding secretary Mrs. Alice I you so desire, will very | Miss Zora Card, of the Wilbur Opera .

T. Thompson; recording secretary, f soon show its great nourish- I troupe, passed through Eau Gallie this
Mrs. Ellen J. Wilson; treasurer, Mrs. week on her way home for a few week's Fluri4&

.. Jessie D. Trafford; librarian, Mrs. Sophia ing power. If the mother's : vacation. Miss Card is well and favor- -
i j ably known on the East Coast of Florida.We '. .
Dixon. The ladies, reviewing their work I milk does not nourish the } FOR and

the past year,.find that they have made \\'estmIeib
!' 'excellent showing of their work and I baby, she needs the emul- I Are All Familiar i u0ffllaHard +

.. zeal. O'er100 have with the deep, hoarse bark t
earnest passed grimly called % }
Y ,;" through the treasurer's hands during the | sion. It will show an effect j "a graveyard cough." It is the cry of -

year, a lot has been purchased and a little at once both upon mother the tortured in the lungs form for of mercy. Give them Work. i Dial! :
i I Allen's
i mercy Lung Bal
home secured to house their nearly 1,400
1 and i ij sam a remedy for
., 'r volumes of good literature. To be sure a child. pulmonary trouble, so THE KING t
( ", highly esteemed that it is recommended FEED
.. debt of$200 borrowed money hags heavy I j Sot and'1.00.all druggists. even in the earlier stages of consumption. THAT SAVES

,q over them, but they are cheerful and l SCOTT& BOWNE, Chemists, New York. In the later stages mortal skill is unavail iupw MUlS MONEY OVER t

iiopeful that it will soon be paid off. 11- 11"II .. ing. Nobody can afford to neglect a cold. Loins. Ma CORN A OATS. Titusville Florida.

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