Group Title: Florida star (Titusville, FL)
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Title: The Florida star
Uniform Title: Florida Star
Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Star
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: S.W. Harmon
Place of Publication: Titusville ; Cocoa, Fla.
Titusville Fla
Publication Date: January 17, 1902
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
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: VID00609
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 34175599
alephbibnum - 002071719
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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Vermont the ace of .' , .. 1' at
the New Secretary MILL WORK OF ALL KINDS .
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PAINTS;
c Special correspondence The Florida Star. ;

MONTPELIEB, Yt., Jan. 14. Vermont Fruit t AND MILL SUPPLIES.

.; claims right'to.'at'tea8, a' part 'of the

- : honor In the production of the,new secretary Its quality influence .) -

fr :.e of the treasury. ,Leslie )Shaw: the selling price. t .

;.. was :'a Green Mountain boy, and ,his av
Profitablefruit.
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:f ,' rlghly gratifying to Verjnonters. InC when enough actualPotash t _

i_, J. --. . "whom.state,pride,is strongly developed T :

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GERMAN KAU WORKS through the Golden Gate and up to a OCEAN STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
93 Nassau St.,New York City. Frisco dock. In
a trice the mail was ;
(" tumbled Into the United States mail SAVANNA.B: LINE. J

1- wagons and driven at top speed to the Fast Freight and Luxurious Passenger Route '
t : Southern Pacific station. A special
was less dependent the TO NEW YORK, I10STOX AND TilE EAST
upon compan-
a .' express and mail train had been made
eI ionship of others for amusement. As .
a up and was ready for the great dash

. boy he was brought up to attend as across the continent.

regularly as possible the services in Then began the most difficult part of

\ the Methodist meeting house. His early the undertaking. Ogden was 833 miles

religious training here has had its away and it had been ordered that the +. .

effect upon his whole career. He has mail sacks should be there in twentysix -

I .-I, through fife been an active worker in hours for delivery to the Union Pacific Z\

the Methodist church holding an important railway. Now the slowest stageof
!' % place in the councils .of that '
a transcontinental journey to or /!
denomination. HENRY BAYLEY. from Frisco lies between Ogden and &

1J this city. Speed is a rare article on _
: OM Soldier's EXIt rlenN .
that stretch but this time speed was
,5k." M. :M. Austin, a civil war veteran, of
imperative. The Southern Pacific
,. AVinehesttT, Ind.! writes: "My wife was people
.. sick a long time in spite of good doctor's had told the authorities In Washington -
} treatment but was wholly cured In- Dr. that the-sacks would be In Ogden -
EARLY HOME OF SECBETABY SHAW IN ,
New Life Pills In the afternoon of Nov. 27 and
STOWE, VT. I j II King's whirJ i worked
: and satisfaction the careers of the I[I wonders; for her health." They always they had to be there for it was a test BY LAND AND SEA.
sons
i;i do. Try them. Only tic at Wilson & of the commercial prowess$s of the United
of the old Green Mountain State wher- Short Rail Bide to Savannah,
Snn'/il and j. p Scrvven's drug 3
stores. States, and Great Britain was the
I thence via Palatial Express I
ever fortune
t or circumstance may take
,
f judge. Steamships . . .

4 them.The birthplace of Leslie M. Shaw was TRANSAMERICANMAIL N ROUTE.i saved The\best for the engine run.on and the as division soon as was the i Four Ships Savannah. to New York Each Week, Mon., 'Wed, Frl.! ,art .

41 log cabin in the town of Morristown. I
mailbags were tumbled Into the cars on Making close connections with New York-Boston Ships or Sound Lio 6.
', about three miles from the vil
pretty .
From Melbourne to London Via San Francisco -
Nov. 2G the special pulled out of the
lage of that name in Lamoille county. I i I In Thlrty-on Days. :station. At 3 o'clock the next afternoon All ticket agents and hotels are supplied with monthly sailing scbtitte
s' Which is in the very heart of the Green
t mountains. The log cabin stood at the Special Correspondence of The Florida Star. the mall was handed over to the Write for general information, sailing schedules,
Union Pacific Railroad which staterooms reset vations or call on
"' had been selected to carry It to Omaha WALTER HAWKINS General Agent, 224 West By St. Jacksonville. Fte.
:3iigh&t mountain peak in the state and is deemed altogether likely that the
"i a run of 1.010 miles. j P. E. LEFEVRE, Manager, W. H. PLEASANTS, Traffic Murac..
was named for Chief Justice Mansfield British government When awardingthe
On the afternoon of o28 the New Pier 35. North River New York.PURINAi .
:' ifrom a fancied resemblance In outline contract that is about to be made _
I sacks were thrown Into - -- -
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So; the profile of this noted Vermont for handling the mail to and from Australia I -
t car and in fifteen minutes the fastest ADMINISTKATOK'S NOTICE.
Jurist. will adopt an American route
; : train on that road had begun the four Notice is
': hereby given to all eo.-
Though the old house has long since for two tests of shipping, Australian : peisao
hundred and ninety-one mile trip to cernet) teat six months from date I will present
1 1. been removed, it 1.5 described by old mails to London eastward via the Chicago where it arrived before in v final accounts and apply to the KM. .

,; residents of the vicinity as of the most Ignited: States have shown the British! shortly A D. P,'I.ney, county judge of Brevard*.-

primitive typ, with scarcely any conveniences postal authorities that with Auiericaimethods 3 o'clock on the morning of Nov. \ 14 ty, FIJI: i.la. for my final discharge u adiahiistraior .
29. Feed. DONKE\ I of the estate of Jamea D. Aadrews,
''c and resembling a lean-to In full working order 1.fi7ti( '
lii said
ON
Seven hours were necessary to cover : <>i : county deceased.
Tather than the modern idea of the picturesque miles can l.e covered in from three to jI4gr EVERYSACK. JOHN Mi LEAK,
the 340 miles to Buffalo. There the
log cabin which figures so five days less than British steamerscau car _\.mil.i-otrator of Estate of ilaurs D. h-
was switched on to the tracks of the ri i
tws.
frequently as the birthplace of distinguished make it sailing westward.The .
New Ycrk Central and whirled over Tnusville>> Fla., Aug 30th. tOOL
Z Americans of the earlier period last contract made by the postal KEEPSMULES ---
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the remaining 440 miles to New York,
't ., of our history. His parents were in authorities of there before 7 o'clock
reaching just on
poor circumstances at the time of his Australian mails was for $:!,103.- : .
the morning of Nov. 30. j AND FEED X..lice is hereby given to all aura.rsM
r Ibirth. He was the second of four chil- 576 and called for what is known as The 3.540 miles between E'w" Yrrk BILLS DOW t :it six months from date I will present my
dren. one daughter and three sons. the Suez route. This has not-proved as : final ac win jits and apply the Hon. .\. II.imny .

Here amid humble surroundings, but satisfactory as desired, chiefly owingto and Southampton are covered by the' county judge of Breranl e >t.iity.MuniiH. .
: In conducive to health ocean greyhounds in five and a half TRY ITFcley's for my discharge at ex-edkk adiiuistrator -
an atmosphere
the frequency of storms in the In I
:: of the estate of Ephraim F.d
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days. This meant that the mail would ;
and the future of Iowa ---- - ---
k vigor governor dian ocean Great delays arethus experienced I am, late deceased, of said county.
the of his be on British soilin the evening of | sad Tar
passed first years life help by steamers and it some- Honey J. P. BKOWN.
Dec. 4. The Great Northern railway Ex.('ilidodminbtratur of Estate of L a-
ing as he grew older in the lighter ,
; heals sod tbs
lungs
steps cough. rain F. Adaujs.
J. 'f carried it over the 220 miles to London.
Xwttl tasks of the farm and household and .
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uville, Fla.. July 19th. 1901.ADMIXIsTKATOlt' .
where it received before midnight, i
was
acquiring the first rudiments of knowledge I-
;; at the little district schoolhouse in less than thirty-one days from the H. A. HODGES, SOT1CB.

not far from his home. time it Melbourne, having traveleda I Notice is hereby given to all _

Through the exercise of Yankee total distance of 13C7: < miles. I Satsuuia Nights, Fla. that six mouths frum date 1 will priest my

thrift and the Shaw family CHARLES E. RICHARDSON. I final accounts and apply to the HOB. A. D.
v economy Dealer in and Manufacturers of Penney, county judge of Brevard cuuaty.
' was able to leave the old log cabin and I Florida for my discharge as ez ufficio administrator -
This Will Interest Mauy.
t t purchase a farm in the town of Stowe.' v YELLOW PINE of the Botanic Blood Balm B. B. B the fa- late deceased, of said
'which adjoins Morristown and is one : ( ), LUMBER I county.
llfi AXD CYPRESS J. P. Bauwx,
fi nious southern blll"d purifier, ;
; of the most beautiful spots in Vermont J Ex Offieio Administrator of
C1ui.kIY'1 Estate of Joseph
Mood llljII'-| l
situated in the Green mountain valley cures( cancer, poison, p : Peters.
ats O+srei0 ../ ca rbl1tlC'It.nlc.r: :-. witiiis: rtt'rofnla,
the river. Here Leslie 4 I : Titusvillo, Fla., Sept. auth. 1901.Notice .
on Waterbury
Fruit and Crates.
efzeina, :u-I1inr lames, joint pr back, jrhenniittiMn j Vegetable -- ---- -- -- --- - ---
R continued to satisfy with the limited catarrh, and nil liloi-d anti A1) IS1'u.nOlt.S 1onL13.

facilities at hand his early developed z. STATES tttqs.3 skin irouhl'-e B. B. i K. heals every sore is hereby given tc *ll concerned that

desire to acquire knowledge attending and tnakt-s Ih' II"I.I i ,.:i.e a. d rich. B I six months from date I will present my float
k. 4w I the district school when not obliged to p C B. B., the !:::!,';: h'"n. iv 'M'-r I made i! }<;tim tCi furnished for complete bills o' accounts and apply to the lion. A. E>. Pr itey.
f th
he delivered
A r r l lumber to at any point on
r labor on the farm. This was generallyIn DI11I! i'lll" :;) T i\ t" IJI: '.j, ;' \\.Y I Fast toast.r | county judge of Brevard county Flunda. for

the winter when farmwork in this writing! BUM id B-'ni' t( If AL> . ta ti.. :: :: my discharge as ex officio adminiatnuor of
1 the estate of w C. Bomar late d. cerad if
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rugged state is stopped by the frost -------- -- - -- r- rr rr- I= L' said county

1 :und snow and short days make it quite J. P. BBOWV;"

Impossible to do much outdor: work. : fR !e Garttao Seed l Ex-Officio Boron. Administrator of Estate 01! \\ C.TituavilJe .

;9} In this fragmentary manner his early MAP SHOWING AUSTRALIAN MAIL ROUTE utt's P1111stimulate i i i Fla., Sept. d itb,11ru1.NOTICE. ,
_
; education was acquired the longest ACROSS THE UNITED STATES Especiallyelected: 1 _
an.: Adapted for .
continuous time he went to school
y times takes forty days to make the
I two terms oft .SOUTHERN PLANTING. I.I j IN COUNTY CoURT, BBEVABU <<'< '
1. during these years being trip between the colony and the mother the TORPID LIVER, n viFLUKIUA t

} twelve weeks each. When in his teens. country. strengthen the digestive organs, U? ,
A and hush stork (If
ti : he developed an ambition to become a Naturally the officials were anxiousto regulate the bowels, and are unequaled Beans complete Cabbage, CeKry. Genuine W i! I To all whom it may concern : .
:lawyer but had neither the time nor as anANTIBILIOUS i Brrmuda On.on, omatoes and .: Take notice that I, I'alyer Morgan wh. #
learn if there were no more feasible all kind of sttd for garden and I il was Calyer Addi UlI). administratrix .,i tb-
If r means to devote to study and continued mail route and the indications(> that MEDICINE, field alwayj uu haud. 10ONLY estate of John U. Addtoou deca.rfi) ate ,'''

to help on his fathers farm until have found t said. county and state afor,-, ill. MI', &t T:
they of this '
one by OUT.
way TESTED SEED SENT
In malarial districts th>>virtues are .
tusville, Florida the Hth of Feb
on day
j :he was twenty-one of age. :usryA,1).1902
r. years city and New York. widely recognized, as they possess ,I CATALOGUE FKE$ I petition the HuuorabUr A. f>. ivi,

Upon reaching; his majority young The story of the last test is an inter- peculiar properties in freeing the i THE EXCELSIOR; SEED FARMS, I, i noy, county judge of sa fll"OUDty. for 'uhur

: a Shaw went west to make his fortune. esting one and is another proof of thesupremacy system from that poison. Elegantly i| THc ORlFFtXJ: BROS CO. t. I ity to sell the following dew-ribed n a.tat..*
:settling in Iowa, which has since been American meth- sugarcoated. I ill at private sale situate, lying and twtug :u
Fla.
yt i business 13 P. 0. Box 533 D. Jacksonville
; Take No Substitute.- said county and state lo wit :
v: his home. How well he has succeeded .1
ods. The start was made from Melbourne I II Ul
lS The northwest quutt'rlJf: uortbwt-,:
r=k=.Jr=Jc-ic=JJ= Ijl-;/. f-C- IlIar.1 -
t hIs know. lIe however
't countrymen now Victoria, where the London . .1 i ter and northeast quarter of wutbra.-t quarter
.: never lost interest and affection mail had been collected. It was loaded i--- -- -- - 10,000 SOLI) I of section 4, township 37 south raiigtr: : .-.. t i

i ,t'4, for his old Green mountain home. 011 a Pacific liner on the morning of Lazy Liver :I TWO WEEKS ISSUED! i in the county of Brevard and statc-..f F'nrida. ,
t e i j The said property belonging to tlih< I irsf
,
i In late years nearly every summer Nov. 4 and was at once started for '
: THE PAF said John II. Addisou, deveeeed. wh, w t ai';
AROUND
;t % Governor Shaw has visited his old Sydney, New South Wales, a run of | yer Addison, his widow (now slyer Motigu',

? 1 home In Lamoille county renewing the 515 miles, arriving there on the after with"I have been troubled a great deal. I and four minor children to-wit: William Ad. 1
a torpid liver. which produces constiDation. Author THOMAS FLEMING( Illustrator j dison. Paul Addisuu, Thomaa AddU- Good .
: associations of his boyhood and keepIng .
I found I
noon of the next day. This was the CASCARETS to be all you claim ,
In touch with his native townspeo-. i for them, and secured such relief the first tria, I II A critical pen and pencil John Addison i who an residents of snit tuun-
: last Australian point touched by the '
t I that I purchased another supply and was com the ty and state. ( .\LYEaD IftS.
3 ..; 1>Je. Among those who remember him steamer which at once cleared for pieteiy cured. I shall only be too giad to reo- ]I i review in fiction of j Administratrix of the Estate of John H.j .

:,. as a boy are ex-Governor George W. ommend Cascarets whenever the opportunity I Add-on, deceaatd.Hodgson.
Auckland, in the :New Zealand islands, is presented." J. A. SMITH. !I i Paa-Araerican Exposition j
'V Hendee and ex-Congressman II. Henry 1,7-0: miles away arriving Nov. 9. 29O Susquehanna Ave., Philadelphia Pa. i

l Powers, natives of the same county, Pango-Pango, 1,290 miles away, is !i Illustrated with; i Bros.

:'t ;Who express themselves as delighted due north. It was reached in three CANDY I II I Over 400 Unique Line Drawings { ,

il t with the. honor bestowed upon their dais, the steamer touching there or CATHARTIC I i Showing every phase character, type hmii.,.. !;, ( I;\ En1..

.former townsman.The Nov. 13. The Samoan islands were left \\.t. including a graphic account of 'I'HIASSVSSIN'ATION E''! Mllt11 \.s...

older residents of Morristown behind on the same day and seven ) OF PIE", IIIENT Me

ti: and Stowe remember Leslie Shaw as a days later, or on the morning of :Nov.. I TRADEMARK RlfllSTCRCO KIN related LEY in the as witnessed epigrammatic by the witty author.dialect Al o;f 1 I = Eau Gallie, Fla.

good boy. Industrious, studious and 20, the ship was at .the docks of Hono- a quaint old Cape Cod citizen. "

*1 i ., thoughtful, though as full of fun and lulu, having covered 3,010 miles on the For sale at all tank :stores or scut post pail d' Dry Goods Clothing
boyish pranks as most other youngsters ,
1 r. run from PaugoPango.There l on receipt of price $2.
but never vicious or deceitful was no delay at the Hawaiian Pleasant. Palatable. Potent. Taste Good. Do HOOTS
Good Never Sicken eaken, Pub. Co. N. Y. City. ixn siiois,
or Gripe. lOco 2lc We. ; The Nutshell
in school he Is ,
favorite de-
Though a i
Islands, and the same evening the u tun'ltl: (
... CURE CONSTIPATION. ... ;iiocciucs,
: bribed as being different in some respects steamer started for San Francisco, Stern., Htmtdf Coe pear,Ckleago"..tnal.Sew York. 0NQTfl.Rin IBANNERSALVE 1.'IX'I'SD OILS, ETC
from other of his Hecared I
boys age. 2,100 miles away. Early on the morn- I
more for reading and study and Sold and guaranteed by all drug salvs" in the vvorid i Steam Launch for Charter.Fw .
1 < Ing of Nov. 2u__the big liner passed glsu w CUBE:Tobacco Habit. the most healing


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': I THE IWMr.A.. : Wr r RFRIDAY.- .JANUARY- - 1.7. 1902- 'i

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1m B NEW .WHITE GOODS spangles set along the/edges. Some of Icy Water for His Grave. ..'

; the latest designs this braid are. made Montgomery, fAla,, .Jan, 7. Perry n'" ___ .-_ __ ,-.__ ._ _:. _".-:' .: .1 " _ -- -_-._ -:, : ::.:::: _,
Qotham'li with small velvet dots. Caldwell,. hrldgekeeper >for the Plant
Store Windows
.. Now '
Dalr
Flounces
and
: sling to.Look" Lrpo. basqnines belong to the system'at, the" Chattahoochee: rive \ \ I'

,'+c I [Special Correspondence. days of the Empress Eugenie and It bridge was last seen. oh Friday nigh.
] Is conceded
; even by the most conservative floating down the rider astride his
I !NEW-YORx, ;Jan.;t4.-.m: n I lived In that we -
are
, 'the south I certainly. drifting overturned canoe. He went out witi
would
go to bed
one night around to the '
styJes"that obtained In.
f IJld'thtt'' : an assistant to clear the drift wood
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next morning see in place ,of her:, days. One thing Is sure, and thatis
the wide expanse of; from the pier and. when:the boat turned
green. a field'ot that the manner now coming Invogue
:- ..Trhlte, .blossoms,, I over he caught,.it. One arm. was
making everything of dressing the hair is like I
;..' look as'if .an;angel, of'light had passed that of. the days ,when she was very young. paralyzed and he could not,swim. The 1
<: that railroad has made Inquiries
down the
and ''
way drawn a 'magic brush Worn quite low on the neck will be the
k' over the river,but there Is'no news* of him
cotton :plants
and from that best style from now on. Naturally it The Kind You
Have Always arid which has been
and it is he drowned Bought,
r* time on nothing in the line of women's will require a few months for the. supposed was in
;.; 'apparel has ever appealed to me as do change to become general. the icytwater. .', in use for over 30 years, Jias borne the signature of
the'white cotton and has been made under his per..
goods.
They are, so OLIVE Ht EPEE. \
,, clean and dainty and remind me.so of I Chetwynd Wins American Bride. i n sonal supervision since its infancy.
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the fields of blossoms, and later of th'i i She Didn't Wear a Mask New York, Jan. 7.-According to the \ r ; # U.AnownoonetodecehTeyouinthis..

I.: .aeec)' ''bolls, as they burst and gave But her beauty was completely hidden by London correspondent of The' ,Journal All Counterfeits Imitations and Just-as-good" are but

.t''. their snowy beauty to human eye sores blotches and pimples till she used and Advertiser. Guy Chetwynd has Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of

ilt is 'one of the unwritten laws of Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Then they vanished married an American young lady Infants and Children-Experience against Experiment.

j-t fashion: that as soon as' the holidays as will all eruptions, ftver.sores, whose name has not yet been made
boils ulcers, carbuncles and felons from \
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are over the white, goods are placed onexhibition. public. Chetwynd is the only son of

:1 The windows are now filled scalds its use.and Infallible piles. Cure for cuts guaranteed., corns, burns 25c, Sir George Chetwynd_ and Florence, What is CASTORIA

I' ,. '_ with the most exquisite of'fine lin- at Wilson & Son's and J. B. Screven's. 3 marchioness of Hastings, and: is a

gerie. All are white lace, embroIdery brother of the Marchioness of Anglesea. Castorfa is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric *

;. and material, and wherever there Is Blenheim Palace. Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It

any touch of .color It Is In the ribbons Blenheim palace was built by the 9100 Reward 9100. contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic
with which the garments are deco British nation for the great Duke of
rated. The readers of this paper will be pleased I substance. Its ago is its guarantee. It destroysVornig
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Marlborough at a cost of 500,000 Jii to learn that there is at least one dreadful and Feverishness. It Diarrhoea and Wind
allays cures
The filmiest lace, such as lierre. va- the days of Queen Anne. la tb* disease that science has beeu able to cure in
! r fenclennes and oriental, is preferred grounds are a triumphal arch and a all its stages, and-that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipationand

for the finest batiste garments.* Much column 130 feet high, with a statue of the Cure medical is the fraternity only positive Catarrh cure being knownto Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the .

;- linen lawn Is used this season, and no Marlborough on the top. The mag- constitutional disease, requires a constitutional a- Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep

end of linon, which is only: cotton with nificent park surrounding the place treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is The Children's 'Panacea-The Mother's Friend.

a linen finish, wbIch' promptly lost as comprises 2,700 acres. taken internally, acting directly upon the
blood and mucous surfaces of the system,
soon as the garment is laundered, but Frank Treadwell, Bennett, Ia., was thereby destroying the foundation of the disease GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
' :r It is quite as pretty as at first being troubled with kidney disease for two and giving the patient strength in .
softer. building up the constitution and assisting
He writes "I had taken several
years. t : Bears the of
' nature in doing its work. The proprietors Signature
: The same fluff of lace and insertionis kinds of kidney remedies, but with little have so much faith in its curative powers

seen on these dainty undergarmentsand benefit. Finally I tried Foley's Kidnev that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any

quite as many, if not'more, ruffles Cure and a one-dollar bottle cured me." case that it fails to cure. Send for list of tes-

these run with narrow baby ribbon and Wilson & Son.Balsams timonials.
Address, F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0. ,
finished with rosettes. On some of the from the Northern Woodare Sold by Druggists 75c.

skirts and drawers where the flouncing in Pyny-Balsam the certain cure for coughs Hall's Family Pills are the be t. ,
I Is put on in festoons small bunches of -

violets are placed. These probably are The largest Russian country Empire.in one body and Vardeman Seeks Governorship.
The Kind You Have
: added to the garments to make them under one government is the Russian Jackson, Miss., Jan. 7.-Major JamesK. Always Bought

show prettier in the windows, but there empire. It comprises 8,539,136 squaremiles. Vardeman has formally announcedhis .
are many persons just foolish enough candidacy for governorship of
""
In Use For Over 30 V irs.Nt .
-to thfe What
1 I wear flowers. fools the.emortals ; Mississippi, which will become vacant

be anyhow! La grippe coushs often (a January, 1904. ,, .?. CENTAUR COMPANY TT.. KUHRAY, .STREET. NEW. .. "<-;--\ CITY.
I think 1 may say the skirts and months and sometimes: 1 ads continue to fatal for re- A Cure for : _-...- '.. _-__ -' .. _____i _..'"..._" _'_"__ _..-,..u... "__":%.*:: -*:'.:mtMAsthmalene : :....;.. .'"!".J, .t.'I'<' _,-'IIf.: '. 'o.

slumber! robes are made much wider ults after the patient is supposed to have Lumbago. f. 1
, around the that W. C. Williamson, of Amherst, Va.,
s bottom than they were and parsed danger point. Foley's Honey
: "For more than a I suffered -- --- --
If possible, snugger about the top. The and Tar affords positive prote'ction anal; says from year
I tried Chamberlain's
- amount of lace or fine embroidery security from these coughs. Wilson & lumbago. finally

r around the different garments has no Son. r relief, Pain which Balm all'and other it gave remedies me entire had I ASTHMA CURE FREE 1 r

limit but the capacity of the garment.So Shipping.One failed to do." Sold by Wilson & Son. .

fluffy and beautiful they are that ton' of steam shipping equals -- -- .

i cue almost thinks it a pity to waste four of sailing shipping-that is to say, Birmingham Club Burns.

q so much lace and labor on somethingnot a steamer can carry four times' as Birmingham, Ala., Jan. 6.-Fire de Brings Instant Relief and Perma-

to be seen. One good thing about much cargo any given distance in a stroyed the handsome building on nent Cure in All Cases.

these lovely things is that owing to the year as a sailing ship can. First avenue occupied by the Birming- \ mi n B HBmm H Km m H mmm mm

s' enormous output of machine made ham Athletic club, together with its SE ABSOLUTELY FREE: OX 11ECEIPT POSTAL.

laces and embroideries they have become Rice na a Food. contents. The building was the property
WRITE YOUR SAME AND ADDRESS PLAINLY.
: > so cheap that the price of the It has been positively ascertained' by of Mrs. Bragg, of. Montgomery,

fine underwear is no more than it was expert chemical anal/sis that rice contains and was well equipped with all kindsof --

before, and yet there is so much more more nutritive elements than any athletic apparatus, handsome club There is nothing like Asthmalene.
a I mI
than Rut oh thinkof Cu E It brings instant relief, even in the
trimming formerly. other grain. It will sustain life better- furnishings etc. Both building and fi'ii
It when all else fails
,the laundry bills! and longer than any other cereal, a fact contents wtve insured. OR E 1M worst ca-es. cures
Just when the white goods cover the well known throughout the eastern r D The Rev. C. F. Wells of Villa Ridge,

&, stores with snowy white the opera and countries from time immemorial. You should know that Foley's Honey VI- .a R S 111., says: "Y our trial bottle of Asthmalen
and Tar is absolutely the t best for ail t \ .Rt" received in good condition. I cannot tell
;t. the theaters are in full swine, and :
-
you how thankful i tee for toe good derived
diseases of the throat sl1 some of the costumes for ttose pleasant The Purest Chinese. R from it. I was slave chained with

., occasions are stunning, but more oCt The purest Chinese is spoken at Nan- !satisfaction.authorized Wilson to guarantee& Son. it to give t m putrid sore throat and asthma for ten 1.
t them beautiful and not stun years I despaired of ever being cured 1 .;'
are simply kin and is called "the language of the '
of
saw your advertisement for the cure
ning at all. I show here some extreme mandarins." For Over Fifty Years this dreadfulandtormenting diseaseasth

7 ly elegant new waists, prototypes of .Ias.WINSLew'S SOOTHING SYRUP has beeL 5, 5 ma and thought you had overspoken yourselves -
;7 which were worn this week. The upper Tot Causes Night Alarm. used their for children over fifty, while years teething by millions with motherfor perfecsuccess. but resolved to give it a trial. To

one has a skirt of pearl gray ben- "One night my brother's baby was soothes the child softens the ';UD'1' my astmishment the trial acted like a
"
allay all pain cures wind colic, and is the be!!' charm. Send me a fullsized bottle.
galiue! and the waist was of the same, taken with croup, writes Mrs. J. C. Snider remedy for Diarrhoea, It will relieve the POOl ,

with the addition of much pink silk of Crittenden, Ky. "It. seemed it In ilttle every sufferer part of Immediately the world. !sold Twent by'-Ilve Druggist rents-,* ? ; Rabbi of the Cong. Bnai Israel.
'.t t. so we gave it Dr. King's New Discovery lows So'.tainoyruB! and sash: no );;her kin' R / Drs.Taft Bros' Medicine Uo.

which gave quick relief and permanently Gentlemen: Your asthinalene is an excellent
Attack: On the President Treason. remedy for asthma and hay fever.
cured it. We always keep it in
l T and its composition alleviates)) all troubles
the house to protect our children from Albany, Jan. 6.-In the assembly to- / which combine with asthma. It.uut.'t'M

J.J. :r. '';".. cio lp and whooping cough. It cured me lay a bill was introduced amending / / astoiiishing! wonderful. After having ;F
..' of a chronic bronchial trouble that no the &'?nal code so as to make an at- /j it i carefully antly/ed: we can state that .
other remedy would relieve Infallible f-r. ,"i oa the life of the president oi: o d Asthmalene contains no opium,, chloroform
;' for coughs, colds, throat and lung trou ilrI'Ticd: States or on that of the or ether. Very truly yours,
.. bles. 50c and $1. Trial bottles free at EVERY RINGS REV. DR. MOEBIS WEl'U LD.
of Ne'x York treason.
.. Wilson & Son's and J. B. Sci even's. 3 io.'e'vor I
Avon Springs, \. Y., .'('b. 1, 1901. e
ire wirnet RELIEF. Dr. Taft Bros. Medicine Co.
$. The Largest Stones. : !
: Gentlemen: I write this testimonial from
.>.,,' The building with the largest stones a sense of duty, havingte-ted:; the wonderful (- of your Asthmalene for the cure Itf asth
( In the world is not in Egypt. but in Forearned.The ma. My wile has beta aillicted with spasmodic, asthma for the past 12 year Having tX-
r: I Caalbec. in Syria. The stones hausted my own !skill as well as many others. I chanced to see your lieu upon your windows
are on 130th street New York. I at once obtained a bottle of Astbmalene. My wife commenced
t" i" Y rr 60 feet long and 2C feet square liability to disease is greatly taking it about the first of Noveml:: I very soon noticed a radical improvement. After
t -.. lessened when the blood is in good condition using one bottle her asthma has disappeared: and she entirely free from all symptoms. I
Paul Kevi'i-e. and the circulation healthy and feel that I can consistently! } recommend the medicine to all who are filleted with this distressing -

.. Paul Revere the famous Revolutionary vigorous. For then all refuse matteris disease. Yours respectfully, O. D. PHELPS. M. D. 4 .

,, hero was an inventor and was the promptly carried out of the system ; Dr. Taft Bros' Medicine Co. J
t. first in this country to refine and rull'oppl'r. otherwise it would rapidly accumulate I Gentlemen: I was troubled with asthma for 22 years. I have tried numerous remediesbut
have all failed. I advertisement and started with trial bottlt.
they ran across your if
The concern he founded in the
would take
-fermentation
place, I found rt'liefat once. I have since purchased your full-hize bottle aud law ever grate
f 1S<>1. the Revere Copper company, still blood become polluted and the consti- ful. I have family of four children awl for six years was unable to work. I am now in the 1
; exists at Canton. .Mass. tution so weakened that a simple best of health and am doing business every day. This testimony: you can make such use of I

\/aa malady might result seriously. as you see fit. Home address, 235 L'ivingtoutreet. S. RAPHAEL: .
01 East! 129th st.. New York ('ity.
s .; ., N The St. Lawr*>uee. A health, active circulation means
Ocean steamers can ascend the St good digestion aud strong, healthy
& l Lawrence river 9&J miles. nerves. TRIAL BOTTLE SENT ABSOLUTELY FREE ON RECEIPT OF POSTAL.

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Put-unionia. As a blood purifier and tonic S. S. S.
"....... . .,.,:.,... I For has It is the safest and best Do not delay. Write at once, addressing m:. TAFT EROS' MEDICIXK: CO.. 7J> East
Dr. C. J. Bishop, Agnew, Mich., rays : no equal. 130th St., New York City.Sold.
.. "I have used Foley's Honey aud Tar in remedy for old people and children .

,,,,,,,, minerals but toy A.11 Druggis1s.;
i- ', _, :: i" ':"'" three very C'l'l'c.l'aEt'S of pneumonia because it contains no :; .
'
"... 4> with !!ood result" in c'cr'ase.." Bewareof made exclusively of roots and herbs. -- ,
r 1 Jt, ""':-. .'n ;:1..... imitations. Wilson &Son. and
IIH: ". ,,, No other remedy so thoroughly
', $. ." '.:.",
1i. \ the blood of imSSS
effectually cleanses -
Kummel.KunlIoel Air-Line
The Seaboard
a sweetened spirit imported purities. Atthe Railway ,
WAISTS FOR THEATER AND OPERA. : same time it builds
f' from Russia and Germany derives its
t. fancy fichu. The Pu Barry ploy will title from the German name of the uo: the weak and debilitated CAPITAL CITY ROUTE. '

give these pretty additions to a toiKtt herb cumin, with which it !is flavored, and renovates ; -- '1

a new lease of life. The front of the though caraway seeds are also used the entire SYS-- The Shortest Route. The Be>t I.inc.
and has tines of tem. It cures permanently all mannerof
laid in
, waist is plaits for the same purpose.The .
of the silk blood and skin troubles.Mr. .
ecru lace laid over puffs DOUBLE DAILY SERVICEIncluding
finish. E. E. Kelly, of UrLana, O., writes:
mull Crown.
as a Persian
hands and face for
"I had Eczema on my
A theater hat is made of white beaver The royal' crown of Persia which five yeara. it would break out in little Sundays.
brim and pink plush as is in the white pustules, crusts would form and
to remote
1 felt as dates back to ages, drop off, leaving the skin red s.a.i iriflam- -TO-
, to crown. Around the brim are a drapery form of a pot of flowers, surmountedby ed. The doctors did me no good. 1 used

of lace and a whole lot'of small an uncut ruby the size of a Lt.l' I ell tenant.the medicated S. 9TS. soaps cured: and me,salves and c without'y skin Savannah, Columbia, Southern Pines,

pink flowers mingled with much foli is aa clear and smooth aa any one's."
Richmond Baltimore
I never saw any flowers as these I Mrs. Henry: Siegfried, of Cape May, N. Washington, h.
age. J. that bottles of S. S. s.
says: twenty-one
t on land or sea. I fgg.CASTOR cured her of Cancer of the breast. Doctors Philadelphia New York .
Another dainty waist for the theater IA .and friends thought her case hopeless ,

of blue taffeta, with the front laid Through Pullman: Tleepers.
was For Infants and CMldren.ii Richard T. Gardner, Florence, S. C.,
In folds, some wide and some narrow. suffered for years with Boils. Two bot- F
rich trIm- tles of S. S. :S. put his blood in good con Only Line Operating Through Pullman Car Service Jacksonvilleto
Over the front there was a :ii Kind Y r) Haw Always Bought dition and the Boils disappeared. New Orleans.For .

ming of heavy renaissance lace, stud- .? Send for our free book, and write .
'urther information, write
left side wasa '
ded with spangles. At the iJ.,1..0, our physicians about your case. E. L. BUNCH. Gen. Pass Ag#'nt. A. 0. MAcDOXELL Asst. (;l"D Pass. Agent,

bow of folded.silk, with fancy jetted .; ..' -. i.. -"ct, :!.t. r IJI Jliiv. Medical advice free. I Portsmouth, Va. Jacksonville, Fla
tassels at the ends. On the collar was a I J- THE SWiFT SPECIFIC CO. ATLANTA, GA. JAS. M. BARR, Vice-President and General Manager, Portsmouth, Va.'f .

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i >COCOA, &. BUSINESS' ." ,DIRECTORY." Many of onr citizens were: "held np .. ROSELAND." ,

'l w.-t. HUGHLETr, M., D., L.T.DANIEL, and shot 'at"- by the camera fiend this Julius Padgett of Fort'
= D.*D. B;--Offices over,The Indian River week. However, he,did some good work Pierce spent a ,
5 W -. Drug Go's stores,the leading Drag establishment and sold many pictures. A thriving business HOT few days Here visiting his cousins! the Mother"My \
t -c. Cain children. _
':'.". ; ,s" of the Indian river. country. truly.
'
i' ,; WILLIAM : Several parties from Roseland have
HINDLE.'Undelt and Em-
, ; The woods and brush back of Hart-
..: ", t--:
; banner Bicycles and Machine to Micco
Sewing been during the cold to
,.,, supplies snap -
:"',: ;Tinning and Pipe Fitting, EepaiVing well's and Bald"J places afire the mother trouble wish
help! fire the groves; and pineapples.Mr. was
,> ,l' .." of Every,Description. Agent. for Be,vend ge other day and it took a big force of men TEA. consumption for many years. At

... ",. Steam Cooker.' ; to.t fight it, but after strenuous efforts it J. Yonngue, of DeLand, has purchased last she was given up to die. Tbe.

i f" ,t4/':, FBANK:LIPP-Practical Shoemaker., ''Forty was finally subdued. quite tract of land fronting on she tried Ayer's C :rry Pectoral :.

',-, .,- :' years experience; all kind of repairing Miss'Anita Canova, who has been visiting Indian river, and is preparing to put out and was speedily cured. ,
.# : done nice and cheap; also ladies'and men's an orange glOve D. P. Jolly, Avoca, N. Y.
her uncle .
Mr.
and
a r shoes made to order. George Gingras,'
*-. ..' family and ,other friends in Rockiedjzethe ; BISCUIT Mr. T.S. Drake of New Rochelle, N.
.f 'GOTO J.. M. SANDERS, The Old Reliable past three weeks, returned to h'r Y., has arrived at Trilby Cottage. He No matter how hard
r Store, for:good, fresh and reliable goods
r' ,such as Dry Goods, Saddlery, Crockery home at West Palm Beach today.A I spent Tuesday at Eau Gallie selecting your cough or how long 1

'4. f' Hats,Trunks and a fall line of Groceries. gentleman from Pennsylvania i8 lumber for an addition to his house. you have had it, Ayer'sCherry

t. > 'SARVIS.HOUSE-open all the year round. thinking of locating in Rockledue, and if Mr. W. P. Underwood returned last Pectoral 'is the 1
1
J ;. Pleasant !ocation facing the river on' river he makes, the purchase he will build a week from Hobe Sound, where he had

{ front. Rates$2.00 per day,special terms by fine'residence; If he makes the contemplated been to deliver a launch, repairing two best thing you can take.

I ,the week or month.MELBOURNE deal we will be at liberty to give .RQXAI I engines on the trip and,selling a six-horse It's too risky to wait

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. full particulars. power Gray engine to D. P. Merrill, of until have
ar Daytona the day after he returned. you consumption.
,
MELBOURNE STATE BANK,MELBOURNE, Mr. J. E. Crowe, of Sing Sing, N. Y If are .
FLA.-F. H. Fee,president; C.M Horton, who spent last winter in Rockledge wa. BaEinPowde1 you coughing
I cashier. extended consist- People Believe In It. bottle
Every,courtesy today get a of
a recent visitor here: He has purchaseda ,
: ent with conservative banking. It has been said
r1 t ., grove over on' the West Peninsular near be cynically that anythingcan Cherry Pectoral at once.
sold
by advertising
ti FORT PIERCE BUSINESS DIRECTORY. now-a-days.
St. Petersburg. Sorry .he did' not find
,.. Phis is not so. Many liniments have been Tine sites: ZSc.,Sfc., SL An:1.. '
suit him "
C. P. PLATTS- Physician and Surgeon. property to here. advertised, but only one-Perry Davis'

t Calls to any point on the river promptly When will the road .rommi ioner find Painkiller-has stood the test of sixt'e'Jrs' \' Cannsujo4r a: ni.or. If he .-.yi tak- h.
answered. Fo t Pierce Florida. then do u he time to turn his attention to Barton avenue } use. Today its popularity i is greater to take it, then uua't take It. d. *......
> Perfect, Delicious, than eVer, and is based not upon what Leave it with Mm. We are '""UIt..".
? We respectfully remind the county J. 0.ATER CO.. I.e.".". ****.
Appetising. anybody says, but upon what the remedy
commissioners of this promise to citizens
doe. There is but one Painkiller, Perry
: !last year, that__the avenue would be put Davis'.
: 4 in good condition before the season v Weekly Report.
the guest of Miss A. F. Hodgson this
Hancock's !
opened. week. Liquid SUlphur cures all P.8.DEPARTMENT OF AQRICULTUBX WBAT1KB .
: blood and skin diseases. For sale by BUREAU. /
:1 : 3 The Palmetto club was a lively affair
J. B.
Geo. R. Wallace of Buffalo motor Screven, DrnnistM
this week, and Mrs.. Cogyin, the president Comparative_. statement of t.trp.e*..rea
: fame, was in Eau Gallic on business this and rainfall for the week "adiag.r.u..f.
made a charming hostess. There week. D. u DODSON, Jan 14, tyoi.
iia $ gI' were four tables of players who were close 1901 110
: f contestants. The club will be the guestsof The Hypoluxo was painted and caulked DATE. M.-\X. XIS. M \J' 3IILIIf.JI&n. .

Mrs.,0. J. Cutler ou Wednesday of on Saturday last. This is a twiu-sciew Dentist. ". 8. 69 51 7'2 .
3 fa steamer and fast. Office just west of Indian River Hotel. 9. 70 t9 'H w
next week, at the home of .Mrs. Bitten very 10. 72 58 'is .
Only first class work, at great-
HANCOCK'S LIQUID SULPHUR field.Mr. Mrs. Barbour returned to Eau Gallie ly reduced prlcos. ..111.. 73 5D 8 11

CURES George; Sebring, wife and daughter last week, after a pleasant outing in New TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. .. 13.12. 55 61 -it 47 8Ie 11 II n

Miss Ethel, and maul, Miss Polly York and New Jersey.Mr. .. H. 61 36 on 11 F

"_ ECREMA, TETTER, PIMPLES, DIP- Gregory, arrived from Sebrinif, 0 on and Mrs. G. deG. Schuyler and GEO. M. BOBBINS, F. A. MORGAN rot,,! raiutali for the w k..99 f....

; t THERIA, SORE THROAT, Thursday of last week and stopped at the family are the guests of :Mr. and Mrs. A. President. Actuary. Departure from the normal rai fall fIN Ik* 1
,
week minus 77 inch.
and all blood and skin diseases.For sale by Plaza until Monday, in the meantime
K.
Hodgson this week.
i F' BREVARD I Departure from normal rainfall iaee Jaa. ,
i J. B. SCRCVE.X. ,I getting their fine new residence in readiness The II I 1, 1902, minus 58 inches.
telephone line from the Eau Gal-
in which .. --- HAL p. HABBIX
they --
are now comfortably ----- -------
; lie river and harbor to the F. E. C line Observer Weather Bare .
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; domiciled. b
They were accompanied
I 1' :: station is now completed and in use. Abstract of TitleCOMPANY Jupiter. Fla., Jan.17 1901. .
'I INDIAN RIPER RIPPLES.i Miss Elsie Roderus, of East"Liverp )1)1 i, 0

-i it It will be remembered that she spent last W. T. Wells, Eq Melbourne: was -----.-------.-, - -.
: \ winter here with the Sebrings. The residents in Eau Gallie this week looking up business John Walker C. H. Swai. :
Personal and'
Paragraphs Newsy Briefs here are glad to welcome the whole in the interest of the Chautauqua of I

.,_", at Towns Along the Coast. party back again, and feel that they he, the Tropics. I for Will lands furnish in Brevard abstracts county.of title John R. Walker & Co

long to us now that they have cast: their Miss Faith Coon is one of our best amitenr i iDEALEES

14"YL 'J: ., p I COCOA. lot (winter lot) among us.: photographic artists, and has already OFFICE UNDER LAW OFFICE OF IX-

I The much needed repairs to the streets secured some very artistic views in GEO. M. EOBBIXS. TITUSVILLE. FLA DRY GOODS,

; { : have received attention, and by use they Chapped hands,cracked lip! and roughness and about Eau Gallie.
.
will soon be in excellent condition. of the bknj cured quickly by Bunnty MILLINERY, ,
Letters from Youngstown ROBBINS
Postoffice Caufield Salve, the most healing ointment in the 0., inform
.J .Inspector paid a us that Mr. and Mrs. Snod l II
world. Wilson & Son. !rass may e FURNITURE.
visit Cocoa and
to Rockledge postoffices
with us during this winter. A hearty &
GRAHAM
i Later he went the offices
on Tuesday to w
EAU GALLIE. welcome awaits their advent us.
among --
ou the river route. He was a guest;; of Jau>mi 'JMFOtVT -
r- t the New Rockledge hotel while here. Colder weather on Monday and Tues We are pleased to learn that the MissesRochsler co. i
day last.The and Miss Beach (Incorporated. Paid np Cxpita) $25,000.00.)
will remain
Dr. Allen Kirkwood, of New Jersey,
has arrived with his patient and retinue Erl King in Hodgson's yard, being with ns till the early summer. The ladies This company owns landsin

-'j: , of servants and is occupying the Seize I ainted and overhauled.Mrs. have made a ho
residence in North Cocoa.. The genial Schuyler, of Nathan, is a guest at stay in Eau Gallie. on the St. Lucie River, 4'I.tJ

t doctor spent last winter with his patient the Inilian River inn this week.E Services in St. John's church on Sun- at'New River, and on Bis-

; : at theGarvey cottage, Rockledge. S. Randall was i-uffeiinx' from a had day next. The new organ will\ be used cayne Bay. % 4 1

Wonder theatrical cold last Meek but is about again ual for the first time. Mr. J. 0. Clark, of
why some troupe asu- PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMESSend I'E' _.
Olean, X. Y., has kindly consented to
I does not come to Cocoa. We have a nice Miss Morton of New Yoik.isis for land list.
Sylvia perform at this service. 'rr t ti ,
hall and stage and dressing room, and a OFFICES AT . I\
band that can muster up music for the -rf

.:! best, while we have people enough to fill MELBOURNE.Miss TITUSVILLE- --- AND MIAMI. i iI I
i Lizzie Eaton, of Ezra, Pa., is t II :'
the hall if the plays and actors are worth GettingThin J
t again at her bluff home. THE MOST COMPLETE -
seeing. -T Cc..o \
I The Ladies' Guild will
,
give an entertain- .r
Mr. Chas. Theis, of Nyack, N. Y., hast Electrical k ,
arrived to again spend the frozen term ment at Hotel Bellevue on Wednesd'aye'ening .

J in our sunny land. He must have brought January 22nd. Admission i>5 Supply Ml UOTTLU SODi,

a one of those New York blizzards with cents. CO.VFLCTIOXS; 'IU'IT,

I t him, for we have been nearly "friz up" Mr. and Mrs. Stephens, of Titusville, and (;IUS .\XD Ton0..

since he came. Somebody is responsible Pt>nn., are again the welcome guests of

(k Iv :y, for this growth of ice. all right, if you are too fat; ,H-tel Carleton, where they will spend ConstructionHouse Titusville, Fla.

.. the winter. -.---, -- --- n
t A family or photographers, consisting and all it- too thin- II I
wrong, already. I
I of four brothers and one sister, are located Rev. Weatherwax has for the past two .

in the Gould cottage and are very busy Fat, enough for your habit, is weeks held most interesting meetings in

tl with their work. They have photographed the Congregational; church, and has con &c
.-j healthy; a little more, or less is INT THE SOUTH.
t about every house in Cocoa and tinued his good work this week. .

) Rockledge, and are putting up some nice no great harm. Too fat, consulta Mr. and Mrs. A. Maltman, of Chicago Onn %

pictures and making many sales. A fine doctor; too thin persistentlythin : will spend the winter in Melbourne, UUt)

; e group of the school was taken, which is the guests of Mr. and Mrs. li. W. Goode.

a f 1 an excellent picture of some seventy chil no matter what cause, take Mr. Mailman i is a brother of Mrs. Goode. Electrical Supplies, Dry Batteries, "
; dren. Sal Ammoniac Batteries, Saniton
,< lit Scott's Emulsion of Cod Liver Work is progressing: on the new auditorium Batteries, Edison LaLamle Batteries -

.t On Wednesday a couple of ladies were Oil. ande trust it will he finished Holtxer-Cabot :Sparking: Magnetos -

T passing along the street at the corner of in time to hold I the chautauqna. Tin auditorium All for Gas Engine Ignition.

Barton and Indian River avenues when There are many causes of get- will have seating capacity for Supplies for above carried in stock. N.)7

a report of a gun from the river sounded nearly one thousand( people.
l =r simultaneously with shot scattering all ting too thin; they all come 000
The city fathers and several) of our citizens
+ a, around them. A few yards from the under these ooo
two heads: over- are making things look clean on the
shore sat in a boatjwith a in r'5b
anegro gun 1
t his hand. Such recklessness is punish. work and underdigestion.Stop sidewalks and lots. Nothing mile more Florida Electric Co.,
to the of a town than clean,
t able by law, as it is unlawful to fire a gun appearance Wrecked !
over-work, if can well-kept streets and sidewalks.The JACKSONVILLE, FLORID.PUR.INA.\.
you ;
toward shore within 300 yards of a house.

\ We hope our officers will look out for but, whether you can or not, first convention of the King's Your huiiiv awl property
< these rascals. Daughters and Sons of Florida will be should} In- ;-t. i hby

:, 'Vff i take Scott's Emulsion of Cod held Melbourne February 5th and

F "% ROCKLEDGE. Liver Oil, to balance yourselfwith u'th.: All members of the order in the Insurancefrom

I stae; are most cordially invited to attend.
,
-E Mr. Wm. Merwin is convalescing from FIUE. LIUHT-
.' illness. your work. You can't liveon FOR KING and CYCLONES.
r his recent severe Admiral Gillis is now the happy owner .
us Lb. The rxp<-ax is small compared
' 1 + Fine catches of fish excite the tourists, it-true-but, by it, you of the launch Dawn, having bought the to the risk of a i-at-

:g who gather around and admire the variety can. There's a limit, however same of Mr. Randall, of Eau Gallie. We HardWork. B rophIikttllIS. Writeto
; trust the admiral and his friends will or ark
of the finny tribe brought in. en-

Several growers fired their proves on you'll pay for it. j-iy many pleasant trips on. this neat little Schuyler & BranniDg, Titu vt..lt", ;

' {; r last Monday night, when it began to Scott's Emulsion of Cod Liver craft. for reliable iutorw iiou.
l cold. There Mr.Prescott Wells has left for the east to rate,. i-t ..i-ti .
tr turn so was no damage to
- the orange trees. I Oil is the readiest cure for"can't attend college. He has been at the homeof THE FEED

his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. T.Weils! THAT SAVES
_
eat unless it A.YIAC ryACD .y EAST COAST
.) i The extra trains which were put on the I I comes of :, for a few weeks' vacation, and, much to MONEY OVER MEAT MARKET

':,' i; road on Wednesday, and all of which doing can't the of his friends tsr..Oats.MO.
no
your work--you regret many now leaves COIN &OAT6. G. F. DUREN, Agent,
i t f I came into Rockledge, serve to enliven long be well and withoutsome ns for awhile. The best of good wishesfollow' ,---
: ,. t strong, ,
.. the town and bring large numbers of him.
TOWN: OKUIXAXCE.
'- people here. The hotels are filling up. sort of activity.The .
I The East Coast Chautauqua will be Be it ordained by the town council that
} Mr. Myson Lapham, of Providence, is genuine has held Melbourne during the first two the fire ordinance be amended so ts to r 4'(111 FI.ri4a

, at the White Cottage again: He brought this picturQ on it, a.. follows: _
; j.-
weeks of March. .
Half-fare
rates will he .. aDd
. take no other.If S c. 1. That no person shall light, u. "r t
;
I: with him a valuable bird dog. Mr. Lap- you have not made on the East Coast railroad from all bum any pressure gasoline lamp, or 1'1'1.1';"- -t i \\r.

) ham proved himself a champion fisher- tried it, send for "'- points in Brevard county, thus giving a vapor lamp within the fire limits of the to\\u .
man last season and is a successful Nim- free its k; chance to the of Titusville.
rod. sample, agreeable people along the coast to Sec. 2.: Any person convicted of violitinx) Ieakr

taste willsurprise ,;.;. attend the chautauqua. Those who have section one of this ordinance shall be punished &1t
r Mr. A. L. Bruner has been quite ill you. --=; been here in the past we know are coming by fine of not over$10), or imprisoned not 9'r all
' 's with the grip. He, with his family, expects SCOTT & BOWNE I again to share in the good things over sixty days or by both said fine and imprisonment '
to return to Georgiana. Mr. j Chemists, .1 we at the discretion of the mayor. -,
soon -::;
will have those
409 Pearl during two weeks. Why Sec. 3. This ordinance shall go into effect K.
J. W. Bruner of has been Street .
Georgiana,
not from
New York. get up parties different points, immediately.
here the past two weeks helping to nurse I' ....-: bring tents and enjoy camp life and havea J. ). Iixox, Mayor. t
ti Attest G. .\. FROST, Clerk.
his brother. 50c. a"d $1.00 all druggists. real :
old time.
i Titusville
Passed and approved Dec. 3rd. 19il.Ail Florida. ;

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