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 24, 1902
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
 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: VID00610
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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..Special'' Correspondence" 'of Th&Florida Star J FAINTS, OILS.RAILROAD.STEAMBOAT'


t ,, COLOIUDO'' ? SrTuiGs,, Colo.c", Jan.' ."20.- AND MILL SUPPLIES.

The annual fight; against; thd'snow pEn .. '

king on the:great divide'l* now being n fa9uMDLIgUITNC. .. ,

& :waged. It is a bard .and long tattle ,

", : beginning in December and lasting until ' I

( the late thaws of spring. During' v .l.lSRS

/, ,the winter' the mountain gorges 1
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through which pass the railroads.crossing

.':<. the Rockies are frequently ,filled I
Oranges require 8 to 10 percent of

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: ':.." value of Potash Potash.The for orangesis NAR n AR LIMA PL ASTER, H AIR, & CEMENT. ji1%


\' an established fact.Ve have WNITEPINEGOODS "
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some interesting pamphlets on OUR SPECIALTY.' .whl!
TIUNCX.he T ;
I orange growing, which we send

RN w", free to all applicants. .

I GERMAN KALI WORKS, battles at the gates, when she had I OCEAN STEAMSHIP COMPANY.

., I 93 Nassau St.,New York. the entree of the best society of the I Ii

: I Confederate capital, are taken behind SA V ANN AB; ;t..INE. ;,

I II the scenes and made to become sight Fast Freight and Luxurious Passenger Route -

II seers, as it were not mere readers of
I The Union Pacific has some sections another's impressions. The TO NEW YORK, BOSTOX ASD THE EAST.
I same maybe p.
I that are especially difficult to ooerate
said of her studies of colonial
Virginia
I In winter. To keep the tracks over
d depicting as they do scenery and
Sherman hill, one of the longest and
.t historical,figures familiar to this
JIIIr : steepest In the country clear of snow great
I versatile well traveled and observant
costs the road an enormous sum. It
i iy
has however lately completed improvements author.
Although so fcrtunate as to be able
pllgllt,,, ut in Wyoming which will
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write literature from her
tQ marketable
materially lessen its annual expense
for "snow bucking. everyday impressions, Mrs. Harrison I

LEONARD BALDWUI. is by no means unsympathetic toward I

those: who are groping and struggling I i

S Old Soldier's Experience. for the finer inspiration of the soul. To '

r Beginners she says: "The best advice I 'I'
lI.I. Austin, a civil war veteran, of
can give is summed in that
one
up
Winchester Inil. writes
: "My wife was
sick a long time in spite of good doctor's wcrd 'work.' Work seriously assidu-1

treatment, but was wholly cured bv Dr. ously. Spare no pains. I have never

King's New Life Pill! which worked left unturned one stone which I j t

4 wonders for her health." They always thought might lead me to achieve the j BY LAND AND SEA. r

+, ...1 do. Try them. Only tic at' Wilson& success I hoped for. TaJtf pains and 'I .
Son's and J. B. Screven's Short Rail Ride to Savannah, :
drug stores. 3
feel that work is & in vain
never ne j I thence via Palatial Express I .

. Do I ever become discouraged? Why. Steamships. . . . !
0 A SOCIETY NOVELISTS that is the test of ability. If people '
are
Four Ships Savannah to New York Each Week Mon Wed FrI and Sat
,
BUCKING A SNOW BLOCKADE IN BOREAS satisfied with themselves, they never ,

t PASS. An Appreciation of/ the Author" of accomplish any great thing. How can I Making close connections with New York-Boston Ships or Sound Line. tAll ;
"The Anglomanlacs. "
' with tons upon tons of snow and it is they? .
; only by persistent and almost continu, [Special Correspondence.] Socially Mrs. Harrison Is reckoned ticket agents and hotels are supplied with monthly sailing schedIt5I

NEW YORK, .tan. 14.-Mrs. Burton N. the fashionables of New York. !!I
$ ous effort that the roads are kept opck among Write for general information sailing schedules
i J at all. Harrison has created for herself a yet she has long .maintained a salon staterooms reset vations, or call on

In this region the great winter obstacle unique place in the American: literary where literary genius meets gilt edged I'' WALTER HAWKINS, General. Agent, 224 West Biy St., Jacksonville. Fk. t

to 'transportation must be com world, and it remains for borne geniusto swelldom on an equal footing. Her do- P. E. LEFEVRE, Manager, W. H. PLEASAXTS, Traffic Manager,
I' i New Pier35. North River, New York. t'
mestic life has been normal and .
: bated in three forms-tbe natural invent a title which shall hit off in happy.In
which is and 1807 she married in New York .a ---- .
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snowfall frequent heavy a word her varied accomplishments ---- -- -----
I southern lawyer who had been close In ADMINISTHATOH'S NOTICE
storms occasionally lasting for twc
she is an author, she is a novelist butler :
weeks or more, the fall being at times work between covers docs not com- the counsels of the Confederate government PURINA Notice is hereby given to all persow can-

three feet on the level; the drifting, throughout the war. corned that six uiontLs from date I will present
)risa the most nor is it restricted to the GKOROE I.vxDON KILMER. my final accounts and apply to'tbe Hon.
caused by the winds, which
strong
A I).
I Pci.uey, county judge of Hrerard
best of her literary product. She is a --- own-
packs the snow almost tq the density i ty, Florida, for my final discharge a* toin-
't' of ice and makes its removal extremely woman of letters, but that appellation, Teeth and Strawberries.The Feed.NKE\ istratur of the estate of James D. Andrew .!

difficult and the sliding, caused bj like novelist and author, has an application - common strawberry is a I3tUt I late of faid county, deceased.Joux.
I dentifrice. It? 'nice without: any preparatio. ] EVERY McLEis
,
the thaws which forces wide that it is not sufIi ient-
1- irresistibly so Administrator of Estate
Dissolves the tartarous incrus- j SACK. of Jam** U An-
4 enormous masses of snow and i ict ly distinctive to be applied to one who tations on the teeth and also makes the :j drews.

down the mountain sides frequently has become brilliant in literature ,Tiiusville.. Fla., Aug 30th. 1901.
a figure -. breath sweet and agreeable. I i I KEEPSMULES .- -----._ u._ _ _
carrying away sections of roadbed
in an original way. UP AUMIMSTKATOK'S NOTICE.
with them and burying everything it I
Mrs. Harrison writes fiction, essays, Maraschino. I II I I AND FEED Notice is hereby given to conrerned :
their course. The snowslide is ever
description, historical studies and reminiscences Maraschino! a sweet and highly flavored -'\ BILLS DOWN t at six mouths from date I will prratui nj
1. more difficult to fight than the driftOn In most liquor, is distilled from cherries final accounts and apply to the Hon. A. It.
of the sections of the roads a charming style 1'- ,'lit ,
some bruised, both wild and cultivat kinds y county judge of reTard ruunty.
between Denver and, the western slope putting the vibrations of life and vividness of fruit used. TRY IT -/U.ri'la: for my discharge as ez-officio .i-
I of color into everything. Her nov being nuuistrator of the estate of Ephraim F. Cl
great snowsheds some of them many --
arcs, late deceased, of said county.
miles in length, have been erected, but els are both American and international S1IILOII. Foley's Honey and Tar J. P. Bfiuwx.

these are expensive to build and maintain in character, and some of them, especially Cures Eczema, Itching Humor,, hsals Lx-Cilicio Administrator of Estate uf Ejrii-
lungs and stops the cough. I raim fo'dams..
and undesirable; as they shut out "TIle.nglomanial's" aid \ Botanic
'! ,i' Through the H j : the light and air as effectively as tun Bachelor Maid," have a distinct pur- Blood Balm (P. P. B.), wliirh makt the I
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nels. On some sections high fencesare pose at work behind a very attractiveand aloud pun- anti rich, heals every wire, H. A. HODGES, AD3I1XI Tl\OH'.; XOT1CK.

built either side of the tracks, but diverting ensemble of illusion. cab,, rcae! boil or l'I'llJ'tioll| and HOp Notice* is hereby given to all concerned

I these are often unable to withstand Mrs. Harrison is par excellence a novelist the itching of eczema. B. B. B. cures! especially Satsuma Iliglits, Fla. that six months from date I will preswt my

1 the drifts and slides, which come dowr of society but she fsa .s that her the worst and most! deep seated final accounts and apply to the lion. A. D.
asc-s. B B B. kill the humors: in the Dealer in and Manufacturers of Penney, county judge of Brevanl ....&7.
1 the mountain sides with terrific foree.t honest ambition is to be a student of Florida for s
blood. Druggists: $1. Describe trouble my discharge as ex"d0 ad-
t The device now most used in clearing human nature, not of society nature. and trial boitle sent free by writing Blood YELLOW PINE ministrator of the estate of Joseph Peters

t' t the.tracks is the rotary snowplow, She says: Balm 01. Atlanta, Ji. 4 AND CYPRESS IllMRrn I i I late deceased, of said county.J. P.
which is frequently propelled uy sis "It is circumstances that have made Rnnwv
.Vlil..j Ex-Officio Administrator of Estate of .Ipb
powerful locomotives. Passengers seated my outlook upon life what it is. I havean A Peters.

in warm and luxurious cars of the intense sympathy for the j'%ys and HAPPYHOME Fruit and Vegetable Crates. Titusville, Fla., Sept. 20th. 1901. ,

I '( transcontinental roads passing swiftly sorrows of humanity and the older I .HINISTICATOU'S NOTICE.--

k'; over the mountain ranges hardly real grow the more: the sorrows appeal to I I Notice is hereby given to all concerned tint

ize how much they owe the giant revolving me. I see them in the lives of my Is one where health abounds. i six months from date I will present my Seal
Estimates furnished for bills
complete ol i
( friends and write about them. The accounts and apply to the Hon.
broom that sweeps the steal A. I) P- trey
With impure blood there cannot: lumber to be delivered at any point on th
-1# pathways of the intermountain region friends happen to Le in society so I East Coast. I, county judge of Hrevard. county. .'Ioridt. for
be good health. my discharge as oflicie .
ex adminMtm
They do not realize how many tons' of am known as the society novelist and _. . I Ivr the estate of VV.C. : >r of
V With a disordered LIVER there - -- - - -- -- Bomar, late d.wu-.j, ,,f
snow have been spouted to the side of satirist. "" ' said county.

4 1 t the tracks or how many, men have Mrs. Harrison might have'gone fur- cannot be good blood. I J. P. Blows

1 been employed in fighting the drifts ther and said that circumstances have 1 ORANGE TREES q. Ex-Officio IJomar. Administrator of Eatat.V! l'.

that would have barred the way. molded her l literary career. She has il Titusville, Fla., Sept. 20th. 1901

To the onlooker, "snow bucking" in written of the life she has lived and :I _L_ __ __ .
I We Have 'em--All Varieties.
utt's Pi11s i ,
? the Rockies presents a picturesquescene seen, not of the life she dreams about. I NOTICE.
Budd d low on Sour or Sweet :
Her excursion into literature IN
but there is nothing picturesque was not Orange Rough I,ciaon or Citrus 5 !; COUNTY COURT BREVABU r.i l sT\ .
or pleasant about to the men behind! caused by financial stress nor preco- J: Trifoliata stocks. 5 FLORIDA,

the In fact the of the cious instinct nor the allurements of ,. To all whom it may concern :
rotary. running
revivify the torpid LIVER and restoreits Also a G:tral Line of Nursery Stock );
.
Take notice that I. .
snowplows is regarded as about the fortune nor the desire for fame. She (slyer }(lIrtt.t" jrh
t It natural action. i Budded Pecans. Peaches Plums, was Calyer Addi OIIl. administrate: tn
was born into a throbbing, intense, in- y
most disagreeable job in Rocky mountain .
.. j Persimmon*, Ro-.e Bushes etc. -y :( estate of John H..ldi3l>u, de<'.-:.-, railroading, and that means about tellectual atmosphere. the home of an A healthy LIVER means pure B.. said county and 5hatt.fun..ill.. wu U; .t '.
the most disagreeable job in the world, F'. F. V., at Fairfax, just outside of blood. :& ...[v rVIbin fir (be Orchard cr Gankiu. tusvillc, Florida, on the /'tb day of F".L I : oar>

for Washington. Her ancestors) backto > FREIGHT PREPAID. A. I). Witt! petition the Honorable A I.l Pea
there is that
no country presents .Pure blood means health. |
county juds ot'aid f..r ith.
ney county :< : .r-
greater dangers and hardships than English progenitors had been peopleof .Health means happiness. !I' CATALOUIE FaEE.i ity to sell the following described n.i. state

those which beset the man who has a quality, partisans and fighters in all i THE 6RIFF1N3 BOTHERS COMPANY, at private sale, situate, lying and >.. :mf in
the wars from Cromwell's ume to the Take no Substitute. All Druggists. />. 0. BOX 533 0. JACKSONVILLE. ftA.TIVO said county and state to.wit :
railroad run in this wild region. ___ _ ____ I t, : ''' I The northwest ,
n no I : : 'S:7T., ' "- '" '''''' ''' ''' quarterof iiorthw--'
American Revolution -fI. :: ,,- --J. -V---M / ;uar-
a In the ordinary storms the rotary _. ter and northeast "|uart Tof.vmthea.-: 'r1.1rtt'r
- -- --- -- -
broom effectually 'does the work of Mrs. Harrison nature is cne of BEST FOR THEBOWELS I of section 4. township 37 !south range 37 ''Mt.I .
t SOLD
clearing the tracks on most of the those that demand intellectual expres WEEKS ISSUED: 10,000 I in the county of rt'\'anl and state of Kl"'Ma.I .

lines, but sometimes the storms of wind sion. She cannot keep her overflowing I Th said pruiN-rty lit-lonjiiiiK to the hir ..f
a" PAN"Author I| said John II. :\ltti..n. deceased, who are Flyer
bright ideas to herself. Having !waysbeen : "AROUND THE
as'to
and snow are so severe baffle the :: \ .>?u. hip widuw 'now (alyerMorgan ,
best efforts of the railroad men. There at the front of the best societyalways I and four minor cliitdren to-wi t: WillfauB Addison -
( in the swim of keenest THOMAS FLEMING Illu.trutorI Paul
activityshe Addison
r are some passes in Colorado and Wyoming : If you haven't a regular, healthy movement or the Thoma.Addiaon and
bowels every dry, you're ill or will Le. Keep John Addison, who rt'sitlt'nbuf'.id
could discourse charmingly your are
county
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like Boreas Marshall and upon I A critical and pencil,
Alpine, bowels open amil e well. Forceiu the shape of violent pen and state
life, manners and events. Editors who physic or pill poisondancerons.. The smooth I review iu fiction of the I CALYER ADMNOX.
Sherman hill where the storm king'ssway est easiest must perfect way of keeping; the bowels AdmiuUtnitrix of the rotate of John II
is most powerful and of ifhich heard her talk begged her to write clear and clean is to take 1 i I .1ddi vin. deceased.Hodgson l.

many and startling are the stories told and please a wider audience. Then CANDY Pan-American Exposition

4 about heroic battles with his majesty., Mrs. Burton N. Harrison, a wife and CATHARTICEAT j Illustrated with I Bros.

This state Is one of the worst in the I mother in her early prime, quickly | (Over 400 Unique Line Drawings I ,

Rocky mountain region for snow fight. I found her name in the table of con- I
; Showing phase character, type,hunir.r, I (:L\LItt1
- 1,1 Ing. One road has to abandon tents of a leading magazine, where it every
a a pay wit. including a graphic account of TilE ]II:R('Il .t xl'S...
Ing spur about six months every year has been displayed again and again in ASSASSINATION elF> PRESIDENT Mci -

for the reason that It Is practically impossible short complete articles and serials. i KIN Y, as witnessed by the author. All -- Eau Gallie Fla.
dialect of ,
successful writer has forte t related in the epigrammatic witty
to keep the line open. Of Every a ,
old Cud citizen.
a quaint Cape
course the main lines of traffic must and that of Mrs. Harrison Is descrip-
For sale at all book stores or sent post paid Dry Goods
, be kept clear regardless of expense tion. Her works are suggested by the JEM LIKE CANDY j I on receipt of price $2. Clothing

and the Colorado and Southern, the scenes and events of her real life a Pleasant Palatable Potent. Taste Good, Do Good,
Never Sicken Weaken. or Gripe. 10, 25. and b0 cents Co. N Y HOOTS 4M1 SIIOUS
Nutshell Pub City. ,
Denver and Rio Grande and the Rio fact that gives her descriptive powers per box. Write for free sample, and booklet on : The ,
.health. Address 123JTERLIS6 : II.4Itl)1V.RL, (HIOCUIlIIS.
Grande Western must keep a large full play. Readers of her admirable BKXEDT COXFA5T, CHICAGO: IF SEW TOag.gFP.YflhI # PA1YTS AND OILS ETC.
,
SALVE
1 number of rotaries and "snow buck. reminiscences of wartimes in Virginiaand I % 1 BANNER ,

.t -' ';. "-crews at worlr half the Year. I esrlly lift in Richmond during BLOOD CLEAN most healing ff.. .'in the worldc Steam Launch for; Charier.
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; M1DLNTER'EI3H1N( f} G. i As ,the" mercury, drops the dog market DAMAGE SUIT:' I :

.,. 'f' ',' .. rises and In February can be term FILED: '
Sled Hides ed decidedly "bullish.." I=- '::::JI .r
to the FIshlns Bank A dog sale is Mrs.
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Cutting Augusta Sykes Asks ,
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Boles novel sight The for $50OC3From
+ In the.Ice. merchants'who deal I,
F In canines are Montgomery Street, Ry.
Special sharp fellows
I correspondence of The Florida Star. and their
remarks Montgomery, Ala., Jan. 13.
regarding the ;Another
..PORT, STANLEY, Ont., Jan. 21.-At this' some-outlandish looking strong points b 1 big damage suit has grown' out' of the
animal
t time,of,year.Vhen the average disciple certain. extraction of un collision between a Clqverdale
would turn a horse car and I
of Isaac Walton is snugly ensconced trader,green with,envy. the hose cart of steamer company (

J b tore'r, ring' fire, perchance bind ,H. A. BRUCE. No. 2 of the Montgomery' fire depart SJJ

V lug flies or finishing rods in prepara ment last June..

I ton, 'for nis'spring outing the She Didn't Wear a Mask ,Mrs. Augusta Sykes as administra-

i fisherman .lake But her beauty trix of the estate of Joe1 Sykes
is plying his tradeas was completely hidden by deceased -
active-
1'u ply as'at.any'other: !sores, blotches and pimples till she used has filed a suit in the city

! if.: think, however s :ison., ,Let ,no one i Bucklen's Arnica Salv Then they van court against, the.Montgomery Street The Kind You HaveAlways Bought and which has been

J l ,. that he fishes ,in. mid ished a% will all eruptions, fever sores, Railway company for $50,000 damages. in; use for over 30 years, has borne the
I y .winter for sport. It is stern .necessity boils, ulcers carbuncles and felons from She alleges that her husband was a signature of

: .that sends him out'::on the icebound scald its'l1I e.and Infallible for cuts, corns, burn*, fireman and 'was riding to a fire on c9 R.. and.has been since his per
sonal
lake.. piles. Cure guaranteed. 25o ihe hose cart when the collision supervision its infancy..
at Wilson occurred -
11 & Son's, and J. B. Screven's. 3 Allow no one to deceive
Fishing through the ice is, as one between the cart and the streetcar All Counterfeits you in this.
4' can. well: Imagine Thirteen on the corner of Scott and Hull Imitations and Just-as-good" are but
anything but an ,enviable Insurgents Killed. Experiments
streets. that trifle with and
She
JI. avers that the car endanger the health of
occupation. The fisherman Wasfiington, Jan. 10. was. Infants
vir -The department and
navy Children-Experience
: lunning at the rate of 10
miles against
"Ml,. tually takes his an hour Experiment
life in his-hands when. today received the following .
.t ... h1 ,_..'_ ..ft TI___ ..__._ rnd the death of her husband was
f - 04U.v 5:QAU v..w..a..a : ltoagersat due
to carelessness
and
I Cavite: "Waller reports having part of the defendant. neglect on the What is CASTORIACastoria

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completed ten days' march across Sa-

mar from Lanaug to Bahey. Column 8100 Reward 8100." is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare

endured great hardships. Killed 13 Insurgents The readers of this paper will be pleased goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It
i it ; secured captain, lieutenant to learn that there is at least one dreadful contains neither
: and four men." disease that science has been able to cure in Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic

j.' 1i'" all its stages, and that is Catarrh: Hall's Catarrh substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
: Frank TrE'adwell, Bennett, la., was Cure is the only positive cure known and allays Feverishness. It
"t.i;. troubled with to the medical fraternity Catarrh cures Diarrhoea and AVind
" ' kidney disease for two being a Colic.
\"'JIf'l,'' f' vears. He writes : "I had taken several constitutional disease, requires a constitu It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation I

.. : ,' kinds of kidney rpmedips"bnt with little taken tionai internally treatment., Halts Catarrh Cure is and Flatulency. It assimilates the Fpod, regulates the
acting
: :; benefit.t Finally I tried Foley's Kidnev I blood and mucous surfaces directly of the upon system the, Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy aud natural sleep.

;, !' 't Cure and a one-dollar bottle cured me." thereby destroying the foundation of the dis The Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend
i 1 Wilson & Bon.Balsams. ease, and giving the patient strength in
, r +; r building up the constitution and assisting
'i\-f'" : from the Northern Wood nature in doing its work. The proprietors GENUINE CASTOR!
;'.lk are in Pyny-Balaam,the certain cure for coughs. have so much faith in its curative powers ALWAYS
f ; r. that they offer One Hundred Dollars for
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:.,. Jt"', ..', Woman and Man Asphyxiated. I case that it fails to cure. Send for list. of any tes Bears the Signature of .
'f ii' ,. ,. ... I timonials.
;: S New
: York
/ ,wlI J Jan. 13.
-Thomas
j' Address, F. J. CHEXEY & CO Toledo, 0.
\. O'Brien, a tug boat captain and an Sold by Druggists, 75c. .

tJ ;-.4C- _, '- unknown woman about 50 years old U Hall's Family Pills are the be t.Control.t. .

[ were found dead in a room in a small ..

t water front hotel bore today. Death Contracts relating to personal property .

---- was caused by inhalation of'filumina t- I are governed by the laws o'f the ,

FISHING lug gas, which had escaped from two place where they are- made, but those

, J I t he steps into'THROUGH his little THE dog ICE.sleigh. open T fixtures. in a chandejier. the relating laws to of real the estate state are where governed the property by The KM You Have Always Bought

:2 11 1;;"..t chIrps to his faithful team to get under La grippe coughs often continue for is situated.A .

'j !, way and drives five, ten or fifteen ults months after and sometimes Lads to fatal re- In Use For Over 30 Vars.Asthmalene .
the
patient is
'r; :' :. miles from shore, for on Lake Erie passed that danger point.supposed to have Cure for Lumbago.W. THE CENTAUII COMP NY. "'P "URRAY STREET_ _',, NI"u n___ v..... ...._...._...
. a Foley's Honey C. Williamson " : :-'_ .:::,, '
:1 of --
: blinding snowstorms come up with and Tar affords positive protection and Amherst, Va., - - c -,",n' :: ---.JIII'iJIJIO
M ':; scarcely a security from these says : "For more than a year I suffered
'., warning and hours of aim coughs. Wilson & from
lumbago. I (
tried
: Son. finally Chamber-
less ,
t wandering follow for t e'man and Iain's: Pain Balm and it entire -- -- -- - - - -
'. gave me -- - --
.1 his dogs a wandering that. often ends AMEUSHED BY MOONSHINERS. relief, which all other remedies had ._ -
',- in death. failed to do.. Sold by Wilson & Son.

t g When 'the fisherman .who elects to Alabama Deputy Marshal Killed and :. .. \It"' .... I ASTHMA CURE FREE ,
try his luck far from His r n' .
laud
arrives at Son. Wounded. 'cdlt's i : iii ii.r: HUM' may be stop-

the spot he has chosen for his scene of. Mountainboro Ala., Jan. 13.Deputy Vtl 1 liv,. i ujM-s the ft>rt anti hands of ,

operation he first puts up' a square oft Marshal J. N. Holsenback. and CKpaiieiit! in water as hot as can be Brings Instant Relief and Permanent -

a '. ., sailcloth which he has brought along eon: were shot and the former was borne. This treatment though rery Cure in All Cases.

} ".. with him in the sleigh fastening it to... killed by moonshiners Saturday after cases.simple, seldom fails even in severe

two poles set in the ice. This is his. noon near this place. SEXT A11SOLUTELY FREE OX RECEIPT OF POSTAL.

camp.'In the lee of it the dogs crouch, The men had Bud Moore another Apaches' Violins. I WHITE YOUIl NAME AND ADDRESS PLAINLY.

. f. nestling close together for warmth. moonshiner under arrest and were The Apaches have three different

jt :With a steel tipped pole the fisherman bringing him to Gadsden. The moons kinds of violins each having but one

t; next chops a row of holes in the is ,. shiners waited until the officers passed I string Ml played with a small>ow. There is nothing like Asthmalene.,
and then It brings instant relief, even in the
and drops through each hole a line attached opened fire on them. -
k.' to the end of qne of two crossedsticks. The first shot brought Deputy Hol- and You Tar should know that Foley's Honey TEI worst cases.! It cures when all else tails

This device is called is absolutely the best for ail The Rev. C. F. Wells of Villa Ridge,
a tip ,
.' up.see- diseases of the throat and lungs. Dealers 111., says,:: "Your trial bottle of Astbmalene
the
name well describing its g r
action are authorized received in
to guarantee it to give good condition. I cannot tell

:'i f when a fish is caucht. The bait is a '1'),,.. .....recover._ t.:_____ satisfaction. Wilson l &: NJn.l : ,, t you how from thankful I feel for the good derived
' 1 minnow. frozen peruaps uut always a..C .u.UUUS1Ullt;: : rs escape<1, out one / it. I was a hlavc, chained with
:1 I welcome for pike are not overparti- is being hotly pursued by the sheriff'sposse. Mas.WINSLOW'S< Over Fifty Yean z putrid sore throat and asthma for ten

"J lar at the midwinter dinner b.>ur. Be It is thought he will be cap- for used their for children aver flfty, rear MOUTHING by millions Svncp of has mother beet saw years your I despaired advertisement of ever for being the cared cure,of I
f while
It fore be gets the third line set the first tured. nieces: Ithoothes! the childj teething softens with the perfec this dreadful aud tormenting dhiease.asth-

'Etick quivers and then stands upright. w allays remedy all for pain,cures wind colic and Is! the yams! be!!' ma and thought you had on poken yourselves -
DurrUoea.
A fish has been caught. Tot Causes .Night Alarm tittle sufferer Immediately.It will*old relieve by Dmgglsr the pOOl hut resolved to give it a trial. To
'n every part of the world. Twentv-five my astonishment the trial acted like ft
4 There is another gear used by lake "One night my brother's baby was a bottle. Be.sure and ask for ")Irs. Wins.rent.1 charm. Send me a fullsizclll.ootLle.''
i ( fishermen which works equally well as! I taken with croup," writes Mrs. J. C. Sni ttiY@ o''tam "vruD' find' ,UK* TIO );;ncr lJ.Tammany's *

\ ,: an indicator of good luck. On account der, of Crittenden, Ky. "It seemed it Rabbi of the Coug. Bnai Israel.
t: I would Chief Retires. New York, Jan. 3, HlOl.
f'trar before i
of its bulk however it is. as a rule gle we could get: a doc New Yo:k. Jan. 13.-Richard Drs.Taft Bros' Medicine Co.
Cro-
. used only by those who prefer to work tor, so we gave it Dr. King's New Discovery KGT has announced his Gentlemenour asthmalene is an ex-
near shore. It consists of which gave quick relief and permanently retirement ttb cellent remedy for asthma and hay fever.
t a strip of from the formal
:. flat board cured it.Ve always keep it in leadership of Tammany 0 and its composition alleviates all troubles
four inches
wide and two die house to protect our children from Hall. Lewis Nixon was chosenas i which combine with aathuia. Its success ia
: feet long. Lengthwise in this board astonishing anti wonderful.
> a cioup and whooping cough. It cured me Mr. Croker's successor as the chairman i it After having
t slot is cut. in which on a wire :axle is of a chronic bronchial trouble that no I of the finance, committee. This r Asthmalene carefully) analyzed contains we can state that

hung an ircn rod to one end of whichis other remedy would relieve" Infallible position carries with no opium chloroform -
it the or ether. Very
leadership truly
: attached the fishing line. On the opposite for coughs, colds, throat and lung trou of the organization. EVERY RINGS KEV. DR. MORRIS yours WECIISLEB.0)11111 .

end is a ball of lead that plays hIp!:;. 50f and $1. Trial bottles free at

hack and Wilson & Son's and J. B. Screven's. 3 I Avon 3, X. ,
" .. forth on the rod. On this RELIEF'r' Dr. Taft Bros. I. f ITU. L 3W3.
' fEfGZIEI/gIJIJ "s Medicine ('o.
7 end also Is a strip of red or whih cloth. Fair For Gentlemen: I write this
Birmingham. testimonial
from
.. t' The board with the rod and line is a sense of duty, having toted the wonderful effect of your Ahthmalene. for the
cure of asth-
Birmingham, Ala. ma. My wife
Jan. has been
11.-A meet ITCH IS TORTURE.Eczema afflicted with spasmodic asthma for
set up over a bole in the ice at an angle ing of the Alabama hausted my own skill as well as the past 12 year Having ex
State Fair many others I chanced to
of about 43 degrees. The line is has been called association is caused by an acid humor in on 130th street, New York. I at'once obtained a bottle of Astbuialene.see your sign upon your windows
for My wife
i. dropped) and the fun begins. When a when Monday the blood coming in contact with the taking it about the first of November. I very soon noticed a radical improvement commenced
will After
steps be
taken looking to skin and using one bottle her asthma has
fish bites producing redness disappeared and she is entirely
-I and attempts to get away the great and inflammation feel that I free from all symptoms. I
holding of fair can consistently
a in recommend the
F- Birmingham ; little pustular medicine to all who are afflicted
eruptions form with this
with the bait, the rod tips up. and the disease. Yours distressing -
ts' lead ball the coming fall. The, fair association and discharge a thin, sticky fluid, which respectfully, o. I). PlIELrb. }t D.
.... "' sliding down past the center has a lease on convenient grounds in i dries and scales off ; sometimes the skin is Dr. Taft Bros' Medicine Co.
stops at the axle, holding it up. The hard, and Gentlemen: I was troubled with
? this city and according to the dry fissured. Eczema iu any asthma for 22 years. I have tried numerous
con remedies
cloth is then floating in the and form is but they have all failed. I ran
air. the tract a tormenting, stubborn disease across your advertisement and started with
must hold fairs annually. There I found relief at 3 trial bottle.
I
fisherman can see it at half a mile. and the itching: and burning at times are ful. I have once. have since purchased your full-size bottle and I am ever grate
was a breach family of four
during the children
\ There is still another way of fishing past year,, almost unbearable ; the acid burning best of health and and for six years was unable to work. I am now in the
am business
but doing
through the ice, but it is by no means"sporty. the owners of the property overlooked humor seems to ooze out and set the skin as you see fit. Home address, 235 Kivington every day.street.This testimony you can make such me of
it after on fire. S. lUrutej.: ,
." request but the asso Salves, washes nor other
exter-
When the ice is thin and I 67 East 129th
st., New York
transparent the fishermen in parties ciation is now compelled to give fairs nal applications do any real good, for as City.
hereafter or loge the lease with all its long as the poison remains in the blood
; c. of three or four and carrying heavy improvements. There are several it will keep the skin irritated. TRIAL BOTTLE SENT ABSOLUTELY FREE ON RECEIPT OF POSTAL.
t axes go to that part of the lake or prop -
ositions on file looking to a big fair BAD FORM OF TETTER."For .
river where the Do not
water is shallow and (dclav. Write at once addressing DU.
in this city next fall. three years I 130th st., New' York TAFT BUGS' MEDICI; ( 0, 7f" East
pound the ice City.
on as they walk slowly adTetter_ 'Ou nv .L .

t toward shore. The noise thus createddrives For Pneumonia. Hands, which caused i So1.c1. by .A..11 '
them to swell: to twice 1 ; cz: + .
the fish to the shallow Dr. C. J. Bishop, Ajrnew, Mich., says : their natural size. Part ': - - ----- - -" I04 .

i where they lie close to the r"I. have used Folev's Honey and Tar in of the time the diseasewasintheform4frnn f -
: ;
When the fish have been "rou1l ed three very 8en''c"l'a es of pneumoniawith ning sores very paia-- i .

up," ,the men hurry over the ice.' strik jrood'resnlts in every case." Bewareof ful, and cai.Mi.g me ) l The Seaboard Air-Line
imitations. much discomfort Four 'a'\ Railway
ing Wilson l &Son. :,
It heavy blows with their axes. The! doctors sad the Tttter J/i.
had pngrs.t\; \ far ? .
tconcussion sums rut""SU. and the)' tloat r; "
to be cured and t!> Z 'i; f.""' CAPITAL
toward the Holes Middleweights to Fight ey :. /'ft. CITY ROUTE.
top. are then cut could d > nothing lor -l,} I ,
f. and the unconscious fish quickly se San Francisco, Jan. 13.-Jack Root, meA 11ok only three '
.I
bottles of S. S. S. and ,< The
l OC. Shortest Route.
cured. In this way a party can take the Chicago pugilist, who will fight was completely; cured. .. ?', -,: The Best: Line.

'. as many as 500 pounds of fish a day. George Gardner for the middleweight ago This, and was I fifteen hae never years r.',7/1, ; ",;}'.....;....,,."

" 1.,. but the game is no more exciting thanfishing'witb championship on Jan. 31 in the San since seen any sign of my old trouble."-MRS. DOUBLE DAILY SERVICEIncluding

.,'& a net in open water. Francisco Athletic club, has arrived in I,. B.JACKSON, 1414 McGee St., Kansas City, Mo.

;; The most interesting winter fishermen this city ahd the articles of agreement S. S. S. neutralizes this acid poison, Sundays-

,: ,....of course, are those who work nave been signed. Root will train in cools the blood and restores it to a healthy, -To-

Ii.\t away out on the lake. Without doubtthe Alameda and Gardner at a roadhouse skin natural state, and the rough, unhealthy Savannah Columbia
becomes Southern
soft, smooth and clear. Pines
,i. most of near Colema.
: important part an outfit ,
Tetter
Ery-
is the dog team. Dogs of Richmond Washington
every Psoriasis, Salt Baltimore
: 1.. size style and description are used CASTORIA ssscures and all skin ,

r A Some are fine looking and well mated due to a pois Philadelphia, New York,

The great'majoritt however are just I For Infants and children of the
( blood. Send for our book and write Through Pullman T1eepers.
.
'tdogs. Good barkers are in great de us

'. :,' wand for the dogs are soon trained fha.Kind. Yon Have Always Bought made about these your diseases case. Our a life physicians study, and have can Only Line Operating Through Pullman Car Service Jacksonville

:and they watch the holes in the ice to New Orleans.For
help their advice .
you by
Fc: "! the ; we make no
.: r like hawks well knowing that as likely ,!; #: charge fort, s service 'urtber infnrnistion. writeE.
. fill
. ,,
correspondence
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.!. : L. BUNCH Oen.
as not they will come in for their 1;; c.; is conductft... iptrictest, confidence. Portsmouth Pass. Agent.Va. A. MAcDONELL, Asst. Gen. Pass Agent,

,: : share of the spoils. I! C'CO.. ATLANTA, C* JAS. M. BARR, Vice-Presi' .*''* and General Manager, Portsmouth Jacksonville, Va. Fla

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.. -.': ::"' 8 THE, :FLORIDA ,STAR-FRIDAY, .JANUARY 24, 190Sf. J .
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COCOA BUSINESS DIRECTORY.- Ik GEOKGIANA. .. '.
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4 W. L.HUGHLETT, M. ,D., L.T.:DANIEL, Mr. Baggett has taken the Provost rx

D. D. S.-Offices over The Indian River dwelling, and takes boarders. ts
Drag Go's stores,the leading Drug establishmentofthelndianrivercountry. J; HairSpl
I : The :Misses Lipscomb and Miss Speed
< from the north, are spending the winter i
LIAM HINDLR-Undertater and Em-
balmer. Bicycles and ewing Machine sup- here again. Their presence among ua is
Hair Vigor
,plies Tinning and Pipe Fitting, Repairingof a pleasure.Mr. have used Ayer's far

k.. Steam Every looker.Description. Agent for. Beveridge ABSOLUTElY'PURE. Reber and wife, from dressing years.and It for is keeping elegant"the

two other gentlemen, have from splitting at the ends. ->

'FRANK LIPP-Practical Shoemaker Forty Makes the food more delicious and wholesome Capt. Symmonds, who ()(,' Gruenenfelder,Grantfork,IU.
i experience all kind of repairing
years ;
;
and takes
cottage
i ..' done, nice and cheap; also ladies'and men's 01 ROYAL- BAKING POWDER CO.,NEW YORK. I sonage .
j .\: shoes made to order. Mr. Simmons and wife are splits

1 .;.,;., e0 TO J. M. SANDERS, The Old Reliable someday the present week. If the hair-
Store, for good, fresh and reliable goods has been waiting for tjcem} for .

.; such .as Dry Goods Saddlery, Crockery, a visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. (*. the; ever appreciative guests with the as they were, expectdl here in is done on your

.; Hats,Trunks and a full line, of Groceries. .S. Hardee. I melodies which flow from her throat as W. P. Clement is here, (', head, it loses friends

= JARVIS HOUSE Open all the year round. Mr. and Mrs. Dwight W. Blakeslee ripplingly as from the feathered songs- comfortable and pleasant for hair of
,. Pleasant tion facing the river on riverfront you every
,
ters.
I New Haven are here to spend"the re- with his All
giana
special terms by family.
: Bates$2.00 per day, friend.
head
the week or month.MKLBOUKMK mainder of the winter, with Mr. Blakes- Four mails a day from the north are a see them again. They will is a

lee's parents-Mr.and Mrs. C. W. Blakes- great accommodation, and make lighter business calls them north in Hair Vigor in
DIRECTORY. f
-: BUSINESS '
1 ,..' lee.Mr. work for the postal clerks on the trains, Our mail messenger, .John will prevent the t i
MELBOURNE STATE BANK,MELBOURNE, and Mrs. 0. E* Carter, of Oberlin, for some of the pouches are made up the hunter.' He
Y quite a occupies If the
Horton
C. M splittlrg
I cashier.FLA.-F. H.Every Fee courtesy, president extended; consistent Ohio, are here for the winter, stopping at other side of Jacksonville direct for Rock- time in taking game in and t

with conservative banking. the Oak cottage with Mr. and Mrs. H. J. I ledge postoffioe. The mails arrive 8:00 a. station at Coquina. In a little begun, it will stop it.

+ DIRECTORY.- Ro iter. Mrs. Carter and Mrs. Rossitet m., 1:50 p. m.> 3:38 and 5:50 p. in. The months he has taken 45 coons, j Il.la bottle.! All 4nJ1rtfis. ;

j j .., FORT! PIERCE: BUSINESS are sisters.Mr. mails north dose at Rockjedge postoffice: 1 rabbits, 2 rattlesnakes, 1

'. 'C. P. PLATTS Physician and Surgeon. D. A. Merwin, who has been here at 1:50 and 8.00 p. m. wildcats. your us one druggist ol1i.r ana cnnnot we will supply eapnM you
.
\ Calls to point on the river promptly and the watt
any bottle. Be sure jire
answered. Fo t Pierce Florida. with hid! grandfather, Mr. Wm. Merwin, The Indian family who occupied the Drs. Hutchinson and nearest express oftice. Addrwa,
who has been so ill, has returned to his little building by the station, have returned the northwest, friends of Dr. J. C.AYI3R CO.,Lowell,SUM.

home at Eden. Mr. Merwin is again ableto : to their home at St. I'homa, of this place, have spent \
w
.. f. be out of doors. Pierreville, P. Q., on account of the illnessof cently in recreation, and are :

\ Miss Grace Hardee went home with her the baby, which has been sick with where now on the same errand; 0 '.- hotels and lioarding-

& I friend Miss Anita Canova, for a visit at bronchitis and asthma ever since they They are expected back ere as a-i elsewhere up and down

Palm Beach. The young ladies left on came. Their names are Mr. and Madame to the northwest. .n 11.lt oi the time since then. t

Friday of last week. Miss Grace will behone Elie Nolette. The madame was the --- '
The weather is cool.
about two weeks. daughter of an Indian chieftain. now ),'k's Lquid Sulphur wires all
cold wave left fine weather
Fr ale
kill Ih8t' by
Mr. George Baker and wife and niece, The exquisite music rendered by the rejoice'while others complain. J. U.asi-Striven, UnlwiK.

1 d c a Miss Cornelia, have arrived and are occupying Hotel Indian River orchestra on last Sunday mometer went to 36 at this
\ the Garvey cottage. Mr. and Mrs. evening at their sacred concert, was sland. Oranges, limes, Walker.---- --C.-11.- -Swain.- -

i, Baker spent last winter with Major and such that the divine melodies lingered Vegetables, save string beans

!, ; HANCOCK'S' LIQUID SULPHUR Mrs. C. B. Magruder.Mr. long: after the music ceased. It is a priv- toes, the same. Onions, (!' R. Walker & CO'I

a CURES WalterP. Hill, of Chicago, is againat ilege the people should not fail to enjoy beets, peas, strawberries and. ,

I the Hotel Plaza as head clerk. Mr. and appreciate. The access to the hotel crops also all right. Steady -DEALERS IS-
ECREMA, TETTER, PIMPLES, DIP- Hill has made friends here
warm ,
many and the concert are free to all who wishto is much appreciated by all
r ; THERIA, SORp THROAT, and he is heartily welcomed by the youngpeople come and enjoy. Mr. and Mrs. Marsh Summer weather in winter, GOODS

,, I i and all blood and skin diseases. For sale by among them again. kindly welcome all who wish to come. frequently followed by cold ,

J. B. SCREYEN.i Mr. E. W. Wallace .and family, of Chi- in great damage. Really this
i; cago, are again domiciled in their quarters A special pulled into Rockledge last as a rule been exempt from FURNITURE, t

h ti i here. Mr. Wallace has opened his Sunday evening just after the 5:50 south- cold waves in the past. In
l INDIAN N RIPER HIPPIES.l[ bound pulled out. It brought Sir Wm. .
curio store, and has many fine articles 1895 the winter weather, :

displayed, and at reasonable prices. VanHorn, the manager of the Canadian it did in the fearful
.i iTaragraphs: Personal and Newsy Briefsat Pacific, to the junction, where he boardedthe I orange groves all over Florida i
Mr. and Mrs. 0. Currier. are snugly limited he missed it
20
Towns Along the Coast. V having by this section little or no harm.
domiciled at their fine home on Indian
minutes at St. Augustine. The
run was and vicinity furnished
3 .. River avenue, north. Mrs. Curlier is in / ,
COCOA. made between St. Augustine and Rock- ,
much better health than last year. She ledge in 3 hours and 20 minutes, subject, ,W
and the doctors hands cracked
Chapped
Colds are prevalent lips t
is expecting a daughter down to spend a of course, to the delay of train traffic. Sir ness of the skin cured quickly >< I

- : busy few weeks with them. William was on his way to Havana, and Salve, the must healing
t A has arrived at.the
boy baby
new
The Palmetto club held a most pleasant wanted to catch the first steamship at world. Wilson & Son.
home of Mr. and :Mrs. J. C. Gibert.
at the home of Mrs.. Batten Miami. S .r
meeting ,
Cocoa! is steadily increasing her popula- I
,
L. DODlSON I
\ tion. field, as guests of Mrs. Cutler, on Song service was renewed at the New M..D. t ( I
-
Mr. Harry Eyer surprised his family Wednesday' afternoon. Mrs. Rotsiter and Rockledge last Sunday night, 'and a large p
Mrs. Carter will entertain the club on attendance showed the of Dentist.Office .
and friends in Cocoa by his appearance: appreciation
among them recently. He is looking and Wednesday of next week. these se vices. 1Ir.lcKee kindly took just west of Iudian

well. Mrs. H. J. Smith and daughter, Miss the place of leader, and with the help of Ouly first class work, at J:N
feeling
) reO'jcednrlcos. _
\ Elsie, and son Don, left for their home at the violin and piano e\'erything passed off Jy G .
Dr. J. H. Eden and family, of New Pomptou Lakes! N. J., on Wednesday. most enjoyably. Mr. Powell, a guest of TITUSVILLE, ..
the winter in the it'txu KOI U.E SOD.
i York, are located for Miss Bessie and Mr.. Clarence will remain the hotel, sang "Nearer Home," an/1 de- GEO. M. R-IBBINS, F.

; Bishop cottage. They spent a week in until the orange shipping is over, when lighted his hearers Mrs. McKee sang President. t I'ECl'IOXS; FItEIT,

Rockledge before locating here. they will follow their mother.Mr. "The Song of Triumph" in her inimitableway JiG titS ,SO ''0" r. C11

What a pity there are not d dozen or and Mrs. J. Edward McKee, of and theh responded to a request ------- Fla.

I two more cottages to rent in Cocoa! Everyone i. New York, are again located at the New that she would sing "The Holy City." Abstract of ,

i would be occupied, and eyery family Rockledge, and Mrs. McKee is delighting Both solos were applauded as well as ap -- --
t the business of the
increases
materially preciated.
i' -"' .. COMPANYWill

place.Mrs. Hill and daughter have swung a RepailingNeatly 'LOTUS. furnish abstracts of J"I
for lands in Brevard
new sign to the breeze across the street, Mrs D. M. Ramsey went up to Cocoaon

and the breeze catches the sign occasion- the Spartan Monday.Mrs. OFFICE UNDER LAW
GEO M. BOBBINS.
,. ally, and then repairs are necessary. Thomas Green paid Rockledgeand : j

However, it is a nice, artistic sign. Cocoa a visit last Monday.J. ROBBINS

I Mrs. C. W. Faber has been suffering DoneNever
': :'c N. Chalker has bought a mule, andis
for the three weeks
'with lagrippe past ,
do short
now ready to plowing on no
and at one time was most dangerously ill. &

She is better at this writing, and hopesare thought of such a tice.T.
entertained of a speedy recovery. Grotjan Ronald has gone to Eau
1 sign for a medicine did you ? Gallie to put a new De Mooy engine in (Incorporated. Paid up Capital )
Father Lapham has gone to work with
his launch. This owns
the vigor of a young man, and is making \Vell, it's a good sign for in the company Indian River
: a new orange grove-pieparing the lands :Messrs. Williams & Tucker have the

'. and totting out the young trees. He expects Scott's Emulsion. The body finest potato patch on the island. They try, on the St. Lucie
.
t to live long enough to feast off the are trucking on the Green place. at New River, and on TO SUIT YOUR TASTE
from that has to be repaired like other cayne Bay.
oranges grove. The dance at Walker's new store last lit Hutu'it ".\ ii' 'i The

Enchanting grind-organ music two things and Scott's Emulsion is Friday night was a g"eat !Miccess. About PRICES TO SUIT THE i paints Mi :- I Send for land list. nutuWr of IMIH-H! ,>, all of
delighted
I musics, two men and two monkeys 70 people were present. Indianola, Rock- \hick are lit,'rel and confer
the youngsters and some of the the medicine that does it. ledge, Georgian, Uraiitley, Bovine and OFFICES AT . benefits from the bolder.

oldsters, too, mayhap, recently, and the These poor bodies out Eau Gallie were represented. The re- TITUSVILLE_.. AND .) .
I wear -- -- --- --
monkeys cut up their shines and gathered freshments and music were first class and LIFE
> INSURANCE
THE MOST COI? ;
I t in the nickels and the pennies for from from over-work added much to the ei'j- ynvntof those
worry,
i their masters, who patiently ground out present. Electrical luxury hut a 11I" ",>ity. ami no i"all

the exquisite music. from disease. They get thin of family should! without it.

MKLHOUKNE.Mr. Supply information ato tales, et<'.. will i4.
We are having a very cold winter for ' hy
and weak. Some of the new F. H. Fee Miami
this portion of the sunny south. It is paid a trip to and & Branning, Tillt.IW. ,
lately.
sunny enough, but the winds are raw. ones are not well made-and

i : One day warm and balmy brings a slight Mrs. J. S. Higey, of Ohio, will spend

shower, or threatening shower which all of the old ones are racked the winter in the Hogg cottage on New COAST MEAT MARKET.

terminates in a northeaster; so, it's one Haven avemft.Mr. House
G. F. DUREN
tti and the balance of the week prom long usa e. Agent
day warm '
,
oScott's an.Mrs: Wallace Bardin, of Sew IN THE SOUTH.
the of the "used to be"
cold just reverse *
Emulsion fixes all York, are again spending the winter in .ooo
weather.
their bluff cottage.Mr. .
Dr. and Mrs. Brown, of Flushing, Long kinds. It does the work both 000 (+ FI.Jrida.
George Phillips ard bride are Electrical Supplies, Dry
Island, N. Y., arrived on Thursday of i
inside and It snugly settled in the Phillips cottage on Sal Ammoniac Batteries, and
last week, and are stopping with Irs.Brown's out. makes soft
New Haven Batteries Edison LuLande
avenue. Western
father, Mr. Remson, who with
.
his granddaughter is occupying the A. I. bones hard, thin blood red, I Admiral Gillis brought a party of ies ne'to, Holtzer, All for Cabot Gas Engine

Moore cottage, on Palmetto avenue. Dr. weak lungs strong, hollow friends in nis launch, Dawn, last Sundayto Supplies for above earned atsIlf

t S Brown is at the head of the great sanita attend morning service at the Episcocal -

rium at Flushing. They are all friends places full. Only the best ma- church. 000 - allKIUJs.

long standing of Mr. A. I. Moore and terials are used in the patchingand Our people enjoyed the song! service at 000

Mrs.V.. G. Paterson. the Congregational: church last Sunday Florida .
i
the don't
patches show j evening, led by the Rev. Weatherwax JACKSONVILLE, Y

ROCKLEDGE. through the new glow of health. I I and family. -------- ;lle Florida.
The ball at the New Rockledge on last ,
Last Monday Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Malt- .
-
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No has wait his ------
affair one to turn.
Saturday night was a delightful ,
man :Miss .Annie Goode and Capt. Alex.J. lU\\\ oii ivrF.: :.

J and enjoyed thoroughly by the partici You can do it yourself-you Goode took a trip to Melbourne beachin ordained by the t-.va council that

pants. Admiral Gillis' launch Dawn. ordinance be amended so u to read
Mr. and Mrs. Marquis and :Miss Ida -- and the bottle. :
Miss Gill of New York is the of
I guest That no shall
person light,
:Marquis, of Ohio, are stopping at thel' ":. DM or
I ,_ This picture represents' her cousin, Mrs. W. T. Wells. It is about uthwLY pressure gasoline! lamp! or prepare
Plaza. The friends of Mr.
'. and Mrs. Sebring.Marquises are I F ; the Trade Mark of Scott's five years since Miss Gill was in Melbourne | \' lI within. the fire limits of the town

'1". t ; Emulsion and is on the last, but her old friends remem- Any person! convicted of
:Mrs. J. E. Bettler took a trip to Mala L{ C. wrapper of every bottle. I ber her well, and are glad to see her. i one of this ordinance shall be violating panbb-
bar Thursday and spent the night with II" of not over|101, or imprisoned
Dot
Mrs. Goode wife of the late :\lr.Thomas
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Schuy- ,, lit ra: Send for free sample days or by both said tine and in-
Goode, of Chicago, and her sister, :Miss trii at the discretion oj tie
ler, returning next day. SCOTT & BOW 'E, mayor
This
ordinance shall
E Gubbins, spent Saturday and Sunday in I go into *sect
:Mrs.: G. W. Skelley (nee Emma Hardee) C s 409 Pearl St,. Xew York. Melbourne visiting relatives, then left .
and little daughter, of Janesville Wis. PUDmA MILLS FEosi 31. Ilixos' Mayor
k Soc. and $I. all druggists. for Palm Beach, Miami, Cuba and Ja : G. A. Clerk.
,
.,.-' are expected on Saturday of next week on maica..., aT LOa1.9. M and approved Dec. 3rd, lye).

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