Group Title: Florida star (Titusville, FL)
Title: The Florida star
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 Material Information
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 31, 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: VID00611
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 34175599
alephbibnum - 002071719
lccn - sn 96027111
lccn - sn 96027111
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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1 = : :8 O. LITERARY >! because '"'a' fool and his 'money are DOORS SASH. BLINDS MOULDING.;

r {: i.: ;.: oaosSIP. i .soon parted." because "I wag dull 'and ANDREW HANLEY. PRtST. -

: ,wanted something exciting.." because"I ,

it piJ: J, ; New Xorel 'With, a strlkingry wanted something to.,talk about," R MILL WORK OF ALL KINDS.

i \ 1'. t Unique. Title.'C because "I read all the new, books" "I

'_ .: [Special Correspondence.:] wanted ,to be-up to date" etc. L $ Eo 5 PAINTSOILSRAILROAD. STEAMBOAT.:

I j :1':'''';, !':i{,..: .. ;, .; NEW. ',YoRK, .Jan*. 28.-Mrs.; : Zoe Anderson All this leaves the publisher pretty p
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;:r .' Norris, heretofore known much where be'staried. But one thingIs ay AND MILL ZUPPL.I $.

\', \ \. . the writer of .brilliant newspaper stories clear while'readers. In the long run, pEo -

'?;" ': : and sketches has created 'are the best advertisers It is the review .
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t; ;ll-/-j l sensation In social reform circles ,by 'and In some cases as in this one, (

m {:-r : .,... the publication of'her first novel, "The 'the serial publication:at the outset that ad

h i :' ' ','. Color of His Soul With the .custom, set them talking. In other' words the
;, 'o. ( Irst'o e of the popular novel is due
te boldness of
i ;; .. ary : a newspaper woman;
she has seized upon'the "Herron incipient" apparently to the man who reviews it
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._ }fi -the dh'orce'of the prophet of The book, by the way I is. by' Gilbert 10, P.O.BGc l24. PROS. I I

J 1'- the "new' apostolate" from the ho{her Parker. RICHARD TUPPEU. t i

t ':)" of his children and his. marriage to Old Soldier's Experience.M. EN I 1 1Ag9

, 4 :. the and 'wealthy Miss Rand
young
t ; :. M. Austin civil
a war veteran, of i
: and has shown in' fiction which, it, is LIME PL ASTER HAIR 2. CEMENT.
:t :: Winchester, IncL, writes: "My wife wrfs ,
'.: r whispered is closely allied LO fact, the sick a long!; time in spite of good doctor'streatment

J .'" "' result (such an.example upon,callow but was wholly cured b*. Dr.King's v WITEPINEGOODS WINDOW PLATE/ART <
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Ii, t w.v., ;* and selfish young manhood. New Life Pills, which worked OUR SPECIALTY

i3?/ \ The author's preface tersely sets wonders for her health." They alwaysdo. ,

Try them. Only 25c: at Wilson& t
' forth the nature and of the
purpose ,
I 1't. book:' S,m's and J. B. Screven's drug!; stores. 3 Come, One Come, All 'lii t ,
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11.1-ida "THE EAST COAST OF FLORIDA
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Fiddles minis
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Eyes that brightly glance is PARADISE REGAINED. ,
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t :.'. :' there lies a land where: allegiance is Benjamin Russell Ilauby author u: Cabin floor a-creakin'; l..iteOO

i I',!; ; double. and, therefore doubtful. The the' famous ballad, "Darling Nellie t Hinds round. in the dance! r,
1 moral outlaws and social banditti who '" -AtlantA CODSt JtiOn. ,
,: Gray, is buried at Westerville-., Wntfe

t... ,>- occupy this land claim now cen'sor. twelve miles from Columbus. Spare the Veal. -.FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY. r "
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A word to fathers: If there were

!i "'' ,",. The .earliest Racing notice In Scotland.of racing in Scot fewer fewer prodigal fatted calves sous.-Smart there Set.would be I, LOCAL TIME CARD No. 38. In Effect January 15, 1902

land occurs daring: the reign of James i iI

J .IP' IV., in 1304.= On April 1;) in that year -I SOUTHBOUND-READ DOWN. NOHTHBOVKO-HEM W.i .


+. . :. ? the notes lord in his high accounts treasurer payment of Scotland of a Tuft's Pi11will I i i,-NO.99. I!;- I!,-No,23 I;-No.351 I I MAIN LINE. I( No.78!:-No.74J-No.2flj'N; .9

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--. ,j-- sum of 18 shillings "to the boy that I r I

., ,'. '". ran the king's horse" at Leith.Dou't 8 23 pin C5 p 73a 910 a Lv...Jacksonville...Ar 7 00 p 13p 95Sp i 60
. .. .. . ... . 943a933p ....So. Jacksonville..Lv 65Jp553p ' '
J : from I :2COp: 9OOa19a117a ...... St. Augustine ..... 61Op S'WP70lp ,'it'a
.' Live Together.! save the dyspeptic many ...... ... ... ....... ...... Hastings......... It p . . . .
J .'. Constipation and health never go to- days of misery, and enable him to eat'II 1313p 243p 94Oa1',2a ........East Palatka....... 4S3p 623p 303p d0i
\.,' gether. DeWitt's Little Early Risers whatever he wishes. They prevent c ....... ....... .... ...1213 r'a .......... Neoga .......... . . .. r
': pro- f't ...... ..".... ........ .........Bunnells......... 4 lip. .. . ... ..... ..
J irote easy action of the bowels without SICK HEADACHE, '- 1231p .........Dupont ........ iC3p . . I-
; distress "I hate been troubled with N T2S'p 3'4h 1017 i a 1031 ......... Ormond........ 3 U ? 411p 4IO
1 costivenessnine ," J. 0. Greene cause the food to assimilate and nourish :: 11 3p 3 53 P 11} WallS ..... ... Daytona......... 331p i C3p 662p 4M Ii
years says the body;'give keen appetite, < .. .. .. . 1 2G IIs .....Port Orange....... 321p . .. . . ... .. iI
Depauw, Ind.; "I have tried many reme- :: 1293a 417p1119a 146p .....New Smyrna..... 3 C8p233p 3 !5p e"pB'ttp 40a
dies, hut Little Early Riser give test re DEVELOP FLESH ' ' ......... Oak Hill.. ...... . . I
j.- suits." For sale by Wilson & Son. 0w 13a 6C3p1C7p; 291p ........TitusvilleCocoa ........ 2C2p123p 253p S16 e
I ,and solid muscle. Elegantly sugar I . . . .. ... 321p143a .. ... .......... .. . . . .. .... :
coatrd. o 563p1269p 333p ......., Rockledee........ 113p : 19 p 453P 998. K
I' ....... G 23p .. . ... 4 22p ........Eau Gallie........ 1223P 1 i3p33p 421..221213p
Hoi-son! Wants to: Lecture. fake No Substitute.i t:: ..... 637p. .... 433pD ........MelbourneSebastian ........ 1 t 11 ...... -
Greensboro, Ala., Jan II.-Captain .:..... .... .. .. ...: 5C3p ........ ........ 11 36 a . ... . . .. .. ..... ,
j = iAfiER .. .... . . . 551p ........ .St. Lucie ...... 10 47 a . . . .......
m Richmond P. Hobson his not resigned SALVE 357a ... Pierce........ .
...... ..... 746p 233p 6C5p ... Fort
from the navy. He has merely ap- - .* L'_" __ _. _: ....... .,- .. . .. Clip .......White City....... 319102a...
I ., .4Y. the mot t1C''! r c ttlw** * .1. rI4BilioUsness .... n .. ... .. : .,.......Tibbals......... 1013e. ... .. ... .... .......
plifd for a year's leave of absence, and -- I ....... f::a .. ..... 633p; .......... Eden. ......... 1008a. .... . .. . .. ......
expects to devote this to lecturing, hay- ....... g s ....... 635p:. ..........Jensen.......... 10 Ma .... . . .. ... .......
: = ...... :. a; ...... G 43p ......... Stuart .......... ... ... .... ....
in': had many handsome offers made ...... :Ie ....,.. 717pz3 ....... Hope Sound....... ... . . .. ....... .
r ; r.F him to enter upon this line of work. ,, No.25... ....... ....... 7 37p540a West Jupiter ...... . . .. . ...." -Nt.H
cv5, 415p 8CSp Ar..West. Palm Beach... 95a..10 45 a 135p1330

'. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 550Si.JC.425pS151'I ; : .Hotel Royal Poinciana.Lv. 10 35 a 115 '1010 .
Ch'Itl; Worth Millions. I 930a 6 0'1 a'F ii 4351) B 25 p935a . ..The Breakers. .. .. ) 81)all' p 1 IOSp
ZOK!: ANDERSON NOBBIS. child is worth millions to me," CA.SCA.i i 605a CAD 44Op 833p .Hotel Royal Poindana 81Oa1e2)a 10Op l' wpp 6Mp
"My have used your valuable 'I 9455 615a 920p 463p 840p1007a. ....West Palm Beach .Ar. 8 ()& 10 10& 12 eo p 9Mp 0P
ship over society as a whole and now says Mrs. Mary Bird, of Harrisburg, Pa., RETS and find them perfect. Couldn't do .. .. .. .... . ... 003p ........Boynton . . .Lv 785a ... ... ..... . .... etp
I1* .. 4 I would have lost her by croup had without them. I have used them for some time lOj9a . .. .. . ... . . .. .. .13C3p1136a ...Fort Lauderclale .. .. .. . ...r. .. ... 44CP
i'v' 'individual exemption from the plain- 'yet bottle of One Minute indigestion and biliousness and am now completely I . . . .'. . . . . 10 41p81na1110pi ...... Lemon City . 638a.. . .... . . .. trtp
est and most righteous of human obligations mot[ purchased a cured. Recommend them. to every one. 11 4'1 al G 4Op10: 3p Ar.. . . Miami Lv 5 54' a1 8 20 a lieu a 83Cp 4X p
. : rough Cure.'* One Minute Cough Cures Once tried. you will never be without them in I
}t -this as it happens to fall sure cure for cough, croup, and throat the family." EDW. A. MARS, AlbanyN. Y. Condensed Schedule Between Jacksonville and St. Augustine.

i- ,f: in with the inclinations of their lofty and lung troubles. An absolutely safe JACKSONVILLE TO ST. AUGUSTINE.I. ,

: egotism or low desires. cough cure, which acts immediately. The CANDY .
: "Frank Bohemians and true Altru- child can take it with entire CATHARTIC I I I I I I r '
\ vonngest No.23 'No.27 'No.35 'No.29 jNo.31.jNo.37 ,*0.93 ,...15
# rians will consequently recognize in safety. The little ones like the taste! and NI'"lt
l. r-: the of this story one who is not remember how often it helped them. Every i! Lv. 7 55 a. 9 <)f)a 9 40( al255 1,1! 2 33 u: 3 CO p+ 4 CO pi 3 85 p 3 JCpj SXp
poseur ....... . aintwoato50aI156is333p'4COi
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bottle of One Ar.St.Autustine. 8 55 | > 513 pi9C'ipi93Cpl930p!
f ? family should have a I
his :
.single of kind not unique nor extraordinary -
'. Minute Cough Cure handy. At this season ;a toc won aotantlatto t ST. AUGUSTINE TO JACKSONVILLE.I .
I but who ilk
belongs to an
f especially it may he needed suddenly.For I I I I I I I I I
I set apart and peculiar to be eyed rale by Wilson & Son. *No.92 $NO.16NO.44!! :$No.3B $NO.38No..78,-No.74 -No.39'Nt.2.
askance not altogether admired, nor
I Lv. St. Anjrustine.. ...... 650a750a{ 800a9Ha 15a| 8 :.-> 11.1110! a 1140 a 5 COp' 6 13pi 63Cp: 8Hp
wholly trusted by the good folk of el Found Dead In Her Bed. Pleasant. Palatable. Potent. Taste Good. Do : Ar. \. .. .... ... . 915a10oFa'1.10aI1:43p' 7C3p 710p730p! 9 58,
ther camp into which he more often Goon heTer Sicten. Weaken or Gripe lOc,25c.50<:. \
f than not forcibly intrudes." Guntersville, Ala., Jan. 18.-Mrs. ... CURE CONSTIPATION. ... I SCHEDULES OF BRANCH LINES.
Rayburn, widow of General S. K. Ray- 8terii.5 R..dy Cap.}> Chirm luxiiral. New York. 321 I "
Needless to the "coasts of Bohemia"
J say burn, was found dead in bed Thurs Soid and guaranteed by all druggists JACKSONVILLE TO MAYPORT. PALATKA TO EAST PALATXA. -
NO-TO
are ablaze in honor of Mrs. BAC to USE Tobacco Habit. I ,
y .. Norris' achievement. The Pleiades day morning. She was very old. It is ST.\TIO". I No.5 I j-No.17iiNo.19"!; ':No.21 snTlu: ,J 1'No.47'No.49'No" 51 .N..3.!N R1
thought she died of heart failure.
club, the leading dining organization Lv. Jaeksune illt' .. M all It 615 p'10' Rut C3p I.v.l'lI.larklt- I \I 1. II.U-1-/ 2151' t nil 1 : :5.

of New ,York journalists, artists and If troubled with a weak digestion I Jacksonville. 83311 G 231'110 18 A 2 C3 p Ar.E.I"I'tklii; U 3i a1113i IS 2 35 T' t is p 13I ;,
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PURINAFOR Pablo Beach.910 a 8 65 J':1O: 50 8. 2 43 p
actors. gave her a dinner recently at helchinl! or sour stomach, or if von fee Atlantic Bf'll.ch. 91)11.: 7 COJ'.10 r.5a :2: 43p EAST PALATKA 1'0 PALATXA.

i 1 which over 100 guests were present. dull after eating, try Chambe'rlain'sStomach Ar. Iayport ...... 931) it 715 p'I1: 10 Il 3 OJ u -
I 8UTIOXS. j -No.50Pio.52 -.14
Including the principal wits of the city. and Liver TaMet! Price 23 MAYPO&T: TO JACKSONVILLE.I iNo.46No.48 I ___

J According to Senator Ingalls. the cent Samples free at Wilson & Son's I Lv. E.P'I'tka 8 4r I ai 9 4i a'11 4m 2 lip I.ySrartoxs.
I drug store. I 'No.6 :-No.IS"'INo.20'r." Pa.la.tka. D tG 110,111, iK a 12 r3 p 3:7 p 5"p
only aristocracy of which America can I I' I IL

I boast is the aristocracy of brains. Mrs. !tmmA Hard \. May port .. .... tJ 311.1 I t i5p1l! ao& SAN MATEO :BRANCH.
Atlantic Beach. 1\
Filed a Petition. 5 C3 pill 45a -
Norris belongs to that aristocracy. She Pablo llE'llch.... 65ia: 5OSp1tl50a' -NO.57-No.451 StA.TlOX -o.-MM
Huntsville, Ala., Jan. 17.-Mrs. Julia i ,
I comes from a race of writers on hcifather's Jaeksonville 72'ia 5 37p13 :31' I
.r .; H. Wise, formerly proprietress of a Work.THE JackJonviUe.. 7311 545pi1333p C35p715av; E. PalatkarJ ai. 7 ISp
k side. While In London slit F 6 5 p: 8 ui Ii A.r San )14tl'O L15"; 7.!!!
traced her ancestry through the medium fashionable millinery establishment, SANFORD :BRANCH.
has filed ORANGE CITY :BRANCH.
a petition bankruptcy for
f of the British museum in a most interesting FEED 8t.\TI0\S. .

way. ', She traced it back tc relief from liabilities amounting to .. THAT SAVES -No.3 I No.1 I St.\TIOSi. I No-2tie.4'
-i I ii Her assets .Y/Al1t1AlD Y/ 7 ai aLv..Titusville..Ar': 12p715a' .
2100. 1400.
1500 by writers of her father's name. are FDINA MILLS MONEY OVER I '... .. ....ylims...... ....... .. 1 C1p 353 p ''Lv ,S.8myrna.\r
Henry T. Anderson, vicars of Northum sI: LotrtS. M7a 83-3 a. ..,........ Ostt't'n ........... ....1)53p: 4311,1 911a .... &k.. Helen 12Mp 636p
Chapped hands, cracked lip&and roughness CORN &OATS I 85.a ............Enterprise..Ill31)a! 443p 113ra..trangeCity. U45p IOIp930aAr.
1 berla'nd. many of whose sermons,print. of the skin cured quickly by Banner ,- --- -- - .... .. .. .Sanford. .... .....Lv1100a 453p1141aAr.0.City: Je Lv1243p S09p
t ed In exquisite early English by order of A IIMKTKATOK'S XOTIOK.
Salve, the most healing ointment in the I Daily {Daily except Sunday. JPaily except Monday. Sunday oln) .
kings exhibited a style extraordinarily world. Wilson & Son Notice is hereby xivpn tr .-(H) concerned that Trains do not :stop at stations:!opposite which m> time is shown.

,I I beautiful. I six mouths from :late I will precut my 1 1l.l1 : These Time Tables show the times at which trains may be expected( to arrive and depart
I from the several stations Lut their arrival or departure at the times s'.atsd H not lfUU'IUlr..t.nor ,
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Each of these vicars essayed a translation Lord Kitchener's Report. i aceoiuit-i and apply to the Hull A. I). IV ney
I does the Company hold itself responsible for delay ur
any any consequence truing
judge of Hri'vard FluiiiU lormv
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I I of the New Testament out ot London Jan. 21.-I.ord Kitchener county comity therefrom.
tliM-hara0 as ox otlii-io administrator of
the original Greek. The translationwas reports that since Jan. 13 31 Boers the estate of \\ C. B muir, late d ceased, of
Peninsular and Occidental Connections at
Miami
Steamship
finished by her father. Henry T. were killed, 13 were wounded, 170 said county

Anderson. That and many of his se1"mons were mate: prisoners and 41 surren -. .T. P. BROWS I
BETWEEN MIAMI KEY WEST AND HAVANA.
Ex-Otlu-io Adiiiiuistnttor of Estate of W. C. ,
written while pastor of the Garfield dered. Bomar.

church of Washington are In tht! ------ Titusville. Fla., Sept. 2Oth,19)1. MIAMI-NASSAU LINE.
Purify the Itluod Commencing January (J, isuiMlama
British museum along with the worls
By taking the old reliable Botanic Blood Lv. Mons., Thurs. ........... .....11 :3"pLv.| Na:>:au, Wp: of his and. her ancestors. "The Color Balm (B. B. B.); cures ulcer, scrofula, >'OTICK.Ix Ar. Nassau,Tues.,Fris....:............... 3 ,*' p I| Ar. Miami Thuri., !Suns. .... ........ . wa

of His Soul." Mrs Norris' first book, is eczema, pimples, itching skin, aching CorxTY COURT, BREWED. COUXTY, Commencing February S. lw .

published Funk & Wagualls. bones boils carbuncles If are all! FLORIDA, Lv., Miami, Mons., Weds., Fris. ...... .....3 uo p I Lv. Nassau Tues: Thurs.. Sat!!. . 'u P
you To all whom it Ar !Nassau Tues.,Thurs., Sats:. .... .. . .o 3)a I| Ar. Miami; Weds, Fris,Suns. . ..41.I a
It will concern
Is a curious fact that theatrical run down take B. B. B. It give i life, may :
manager can tell whether a play will vigor and strength to the blood. B. B. B. Take notice that' I. f'IIYl'rIon.all': (who MIAMI-HAVANA DIRECT LINE. 1
was Calyer Addison). adminUtratiix of the I Commencing January 1. ltMi2.
makes the blood and rich.
fall or succeed nor can the shrewdest pure Druggists estate of John H. .Adli-.on deceased, late of Lv. :'.IiamiS.llns., Weds., .................11 80 p I Lv. Havana, : : . . . . . 1: nni
} I publisher predict the fate of a book. ) $l. Trial treatment free, by writing said (" 'l1ntyand st 1tO aforesaid, will. at Ti- I Ar. Havana, Ions.,Thur3. ........ ....... 5 < tp I| Ar. Miami. \ rUl's..tri.s.., .. .. .. . .. :, '.. a jI I

The public simply takes the bit In its Blood Balm Co., Atlanta, ia. 1 tusville, Florida on the Sih day of February, I MIAMI, KEY WEST AND HAVANA.

ttcth now and then and runs - ---- \ IX 1902, uetition the Honorable A. 1) Pen- : Lv. Miami Mon., Wfd, Fri ... .. 11Mrl Lv. Havana.: M I\\'l'rl., .. P
t away O.A.STOn.J.A. IK\ county judge of said county for author- Ar.Lv.. Ky West Tues.. Thu-- Sat.. .... ., 2 op Ar Ke)' W..t, .M..n Wed *l
1 with the play or hlok-wh, nobody Bears the JhB Kind You Ha\a Always BoughtSignature ity to ell the following described real estate I Kty WI''''. Tn"1. >un .. .. . .12i:! "> i't Lv. Key A\f-t, Ta> Tnur- >"r .'
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knows. Last fall the public was run at private sale, situate, lying and being in i Ar. IIa\':na. 'A' ,' . '- .", :! . ""a \r. MiamiVcl K-i. ">,:n ,. .

'. ning away with a novel called "The of g Q biiid The! {'ountaud northwest state to.wit : i .-""re .1..,; -T .1 1 ,..... I.e41 ;a.1'I! i.,... .1'\' .\ I'I1t. ---- -

Right of Way," and in order, If possible -_ ._ . # and northea quarter quarter of of southeast northwest quarter quarter J. D. RAIi fEK, Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent, ST. AUGUSTINE. FLA.

!.' I to ascertain why, the publishers 50 YEARS ofsl'l'tion.t. township 37 south, range 37 east, .
printed several advertisements In the EXPERIENCE ill tin- county of Brevard and state of Florida. T\\'II 11'tEli-I I......l'Lit I I 1'1 ,.,., *. ., I'

of the readers Tht' said property belonging to the heiixilviid ;
asking
daily country
press John H. Adilixni, deceased who an- 'al. PURINA "AROUND THE PAS"Author
:'f to kindly say why hey read this Yl'rd isou,his widow (now Calyer Morgan' .,
book. The replies were curious. From and four minor children to-w.it: William Ad- I,
I nil over America and Canada cameletters dison. Paul Addison Thomas Addison and THO 1.\'" FI.E\II ; IMu! tn.t":

Tohn! Addison, who are residents of said coun- Feed.NKE't A fiuieil! j p. II in 01 1h( .t. .
In all. These
1.4SG
., were carefully .
"-' ty and state. CALYEE ADDISOX, rt\'jt.\\ iii tt: tioi, \.f il.Pa ..
I. II tabulated with this result: Seven TRADE MARKS Administratrix of the Estate of John II.

''7 hundred and eleven said they had DESIGNSCOPYRIGHTS Addi,ou, deceased. j ; SACK.EVERY -Amcrican ExpositionIllustrated

heard It favorably spoken of by . &c. ,
- Anyone sending a sketch and description may AUMIXISTHATOR'S NOTICE. w tii 1
; friends who had either read It serially quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an
or in book fOl'lU1GS had seen It inTention strictly is probably confidential patentable.Handbook Communications on Patents Notice is' hereby given to all concernedthat i KEEPSMULES Over 400 Unique Line Dra' its

( '. advertised or both advertised and reviewed Bent free. Oldest agency for securing patents. six months from date I will present my UP Showing every phase, ('har.t"hr. type item "
Patents taken through ilunn .t Co. receive final accounts and apply to the Hon. A. D. AND FEED wit. including a graphic .i....i>i.nt ..f TII
&' .. ; 114 had read reviews of It; tptttal notice without charge, in the Penney, county judge of Brevard county, ASSASSINATION 1110' PHtMDENT }l. .

SO had read something the author Scientific American. Florida, for my discharge as ex-officio ad- wi BILLS DOWN KIN LEY, as witnessed l hy tin uiiihur. \ '

bad written preyiously and liked his ministrator of the estate of Ephraim F. Adams related in the epigraniuiatit a .:'.\' d.:i-- :
A handsomely illustrated weekly. I rcest clrcuiation late deceased, of said county. a quaint old CaptM! citizeu. '
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84 had read theserial them TRY IT
> h style; of any scientific lournaL Terms. (3 a J. P. .
BROWN For
sale all book
four months, L Sold nil netrsdeaJers. at stores or sent post paidon
f by
t" and the book In year;
selves wanted consequence Ex-Officio Administrator of. Estate of Eph- receipt of prier &

-1. _- '.;::i.. _, ; 23 replies gave frivolous rea MUHN & CO.361Broadwar, New York raim F. Adams. Fotey'3 Honey and Tar

t .1r because "I bad the price; Branch Office 625 F Washington,D.C. Fife.. ville, Fla., July 19th,J901, '. heals lungs sndstops the cough. The Nutshell Pub. Co., N. Y. City.
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IJWN[ 'GOODS D < : .of the. best values of all the cotton THREE-WILL SWING TODAY. "
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ry good, .and, however many ,times It I' : : ... ,' -- -. - : ': _.- 'u . ..'.. :: ti

For may.. be-washed. .'it.is always the, same. The Next Thirty Days Mill See TenExecution's. '

'Pretty. F !' Dresses For the Inevitable shirt" waist' It..Is In J 1.
: Now" on. Exhibition.', ', *. : 4' :. .
: valuable. Jackson, !jss., aL'iZl.riiree legal.
Special. Correspo denc .] !
After the ta'ke: e'in''Mississippi'today
; printed goods' 'cOme. the hangings *
:.NEW YORK, Jan. 21. Now,;the:stores
ever useful
and has
.T'' : pretty ginghams cham- and Governor Longino refused -
"'.." have, broken out. Into a perfect. ,bloomof1 : brays, and zephyrs. 'Seersucker. is to extend clemency In either
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tlower'and' leaf, with some 'grass among:the' new 'things,this year. case." ,'

; : thrown In by way of ,compliment, aa Among the 'summer 'goods we find Albert Lewis Vill o4 hanged,at'Mississippi l:

z the fairy Is": said to: have given the all wool French challies, both plain City for the murder .of Mar

moss td the rose, ,AH the-dainty and: :and'
with silk stripes; but no matter shal Richardson, .of Cuilfort. 0 \, 'SS
;-1 >lmy. fabrics, intended ,for warm days which It Is 'there floral '
are dainty patterns Victor Johnson will: be hanged for
r re'n..sale,'and prettier things. I never printed over the 8 i.face, though committing a criminal assault on his The Kind,Yon Have Always Bought, and which has been

4 saw.There. In some of them are dots from-: pinhead. step-daughter.. in use for over 30 years,, has home the signature of

:t. dresses. are laces Intended: for ;full size to,that of ii mekel.r Lee Pollet will 'be hanged" at Yazoo and has,been made under his personal .

quite. :as stro. garthe thin cot OLIVE HASPEB. .
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City for murder. supervision since its
infancy.
s s: tons'are, ,and these: I fancy will be the '
='. All are,negroes. .Ten hangIngs'aie.. .. I Allow to deceive in thi
: choice tor really fine wear, as they can Frank Treadwell; Bennett, la., was no one you a.

?' ) be ,made with no end of ruffles and troubled with kidney disease for. two scheduled for the next 30 days. All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-good" are; but

;: flounces, and other ,fluffy trimming years.' He writes ; "I had'taken several Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of .. ..
g kinds of kidney remedies, but with little You should know that Foley's Honey -'
around
the bottom. This kind of trim Infants and Children Experience against Experiment.
benefit. Finally J tried Foley's Kidnev. and Tar is absolutely the best for all
ming will be a feature next summer.. Cure and a'one-dollar' bottle cured me." i diseases of the throat and lungs. Dealersare

The illustration shows dress 'made Wilson & Son.: authorized to guarantee it to give

; of all over lace net. with a strag- satisfaction. Wilson & Son. What is CASTORIACastoria

gling pattern; over a white taffetta Barnyard Repartf: e. .

f slip. ThQ number of self ruffles may 'First Hen- .don't think much of that Says Henpeck. is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric .
Friends here's a truth that la as clear
f"' be a dozen, or:only two
ft'T the' more the: 'merrier. Each has. an ways., "How can a fellow's wife be,'dear' contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic
edging of ,Valenciennes, and above' that Second Hen-No wonder. She was While 'talk is cheap "
-Philadelphia Press. substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
) fire three, rows of white, satin baby raised in an incubator.-Boston Her. and allays Feverishness. It cures, Diarrhoea and Wind
ribbon. This the lace looks aId. e 8100 Reward 8100. "
over like '
li ,
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
::, silver,. so lustrous it is. ,At the top of N. Jackson, Danvillelll.write8: "My The readers of this paper will be pleasedto
is least dreadful and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food regulates the
learn that there at one ,
the upper one Is a milliner's roll of daughter had a severe attack of b grippe
-i disease that science has beeu able to cure in Stomach and Bowels and natural
white satin and a.terrible cough settled on her lungs. giving healthy sleep.
; with a row of lace gather all its stages and that is Catarrh. Hall's Ca.
y ed to. each: edge. This is put on in i We tried a great many remedies without tarrh Cure is the 8nly positive cure knownto The Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend. x,

Vandykes, and the flounces be giving relief. She tried Foley's Honey the medical fraternity Catarrh being a
may and Tar, which ehred her. She has nev- constitatiqnal diseas requires a constitu
made to conform with more or' less er been troubled with a cough since." tionai treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is CENUINE CASTOR ALWAYS

precision to the outline. The rest of Wilson & Son. taken internally, acting directly upon the

the skirt is made to conform to th-a blood and mucous surfaces of the system, Bears the of
thereby destroying the foundation of the disease Signature
figure quite as closely as skirts bars Uncle Eph'rj. .
and giving the patient strength in A
., been for the last year. "Dey's moo dan one kind o' wisdom." building up the constitution and assisting

The waist is much like those fount) aid Uncle Eph'm. "A wohd to de nature in doing its work. The proprietorshave

SQ pretty and becoming fQr the last wise Is s'ficient, but roe don' git no so much faith in its curative powers.
Hundred Dollars for
that they offer One any
'j two seasons and has a decided drool I chanst to say a wohd to de wise guy. case that it fails to cure. Send for list of tes

i f In the center with a pretty belt madj i He knows it all."- hicago Tribune.La timonials. r

;i \ of milliner's. folds of white satin ot Address, F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0.

i r' satin covered featherbone cable, cord.l months grippe and sometimes coughs often i leads continue to fatal for result Sold Hall's by Family Druggists Pills 75o.are the best. The KM You Have

I i, This, beingjready made has some aa- after the patient is supposed to'have Always BoughtIn

.I ; vantages as any amateur who ha passed that danger point. Foley's Honey Falls Through Elevator Shaft.
r r tried 'to'make milliner's folds will sat and Tar affords positive protection and ,
Birmingham, Ala., Jan. 20.-J. J. Use For Over 30 V ars.THC .
' The waist is high and has a soft collar security from these coughs. Wilson & Downe
an employe of Loveman Joseph
Son. CENTAUR COMPANY. 11 MUHItAV CTNECT.: NCV..C':6 CITY.
of lace made white sIlk. .
." over & Loeb's department store fell ', .__ _' , .. _::.. .... : '.:: '_ .:. .". '. ','''' ., );'Ji'-: ":':" ..,.. q'
t The use of pearl beads as trimming
The Important Question. through the firm's elevator ,shaft from
t Is to be universal that .
Importers
so Mrs. Dashleigh-Do you believe it Is the third floor to the ground. Whilehe :
'f are beginning to fear they will not be , ,
Mrs. for - - --------- - -- -
Roosevelt
possible as says a was badly jarred no bones
were
: 1.t able to. fill_ the demand. These beads
woman to dress on $300 a year? broken and no permanent injury was '
t In will be used on all, Mrs. Kaflippe may be possible, but done him. i
dresses
i kinds of and neckwear _ -I
fancy what's' tIre use?-Chicago RecordHerald. t I ASTHMA CURE FREE !
f. boas and as embroidery on every place A Cure for Lumbago.

. where it is possible to put them and W. C. Williamson, of Amherst Va. I

:; i' also as belts and. above all. in, milli i. says : "For more than a year I sufferedfrom :
Children Liable.
.? Especially lumbago. I finally tried Chamberlain's Asthmalene Brings Instant Relief and Permanent
nerlo: kind'of hat or bonnet will bf
Burns bruises and
cuts are extremely Pain Balm and it gave me entire
,:i'i complete without them. painful, and if neglected often result in relief, which all other remedies bad- Cure in All Cases.

: So. to res\1we'1he description of.the blood poisoning. Children are especially failed to do." Sold by Wilson l & Son.

dress. I may shy that the sleeves are liable to such mishaps, because not so SET ABSOLUTELY FREE OX RECEIPT 01' POSTAI*

to the elbow only, and this is .tp be a careful. As a remedy, DeWitt'e Witch Sir Bartlett Dies from Operation. WHITE YOUR NAME A ADDRESS PLAINLY.

, general style for nice summer frocks. Hazel Salve is unequalled. Draws out the London Jan. .-Sir Ellis Ashmead ..
fire, stops the pain, soon heals the wonnl!. .
Sleeves, however, are designed in such Bartlett died this morning, the resultof
Beware counterfeits. Sure cure for pit! >s."DeWitt's There is i nothing like Astiiti ul h'IIt', .
", varieties that any one may consult her in operation for ; :
appendicitis.For .
Witch Hazel Salve cured my CIA &'!j E u It brings instant relief, even is th'
taste and have her sleeves her
own
jjs
baby of eczema after two physicians gave worst ca es. It cures when all else fails.
;,, fancy may dictate. Rut one thing i* her up," writes James Mock, Webster: Over Sixty Years. i? J!} TE N
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certain, and that is that sleeves will Ind. "The sores were so bad she soiled Mrs. Winslo\\'s Soothing Syrup has The Rev. C. F. Wells, of Villa Ridge.

mostly be open at the wrists, and few two to five dresses a day." For sale by been used for over sixty years: by mil- 'fIm1r: ; s received Ill., bays:in"Your good trial condition.bottle of I Asthmalen'annot; tell

snug plain sleeves_._ ,_ will.. n. !I.e worn.. _,,_. _Even. __ Wilson &! Son. lions of nmtturs for their children e you how thankful I feel for the m')d derived
while teething with peifett success. It t from I sla\. chained with
the tailored gowns 1'e the sleeves : f' it. was a
Saw Mill Is Burned. soothes the child, soften:* the wins, allays N putrid sore throat and asthma for ten
more or less ornamented allt.11ll0 t oft
all pain, cures wind colic, and i is the'b -t years I despaired of ever btiiig cured, I
them hare some attempt at the effect Montgomery, Ala., Jan. 20.-Mrs. J.
: remedy for diarrliuM. Itill relieve the saw your advertisement for the cure ot
A. Lancaster has lost $3,000 by the poor little sufferer immediately. Sold by this dreadful andtormentingdia.aath-
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burning of her gin and saw mill in I druggists in of the world. ma and thought you bad over.| >ken yourselves -
) every part \ / but resolved to give it u tria':. Toy
Elmore county. She carried no in. Twenty-five cents a bottle. Be nue awl \ my ahtniishmeut the trial acted 'ike a

surance. ask for "Mrs. IVinlow'sSoothing. Syrup," // charm. Send me a fullsizetl bottle.:'
and take no other kind.
Tot Causes Sight Alarm. Rabbi of the Cong. Dyai 1-r.u-:
"One rVa-.nzivs Fully: Identified. New York, Jai:. 3.1.:1.
night brother's baby was
my
DI's.Taft Dros. Medicine Co.
: taken with croup," writes Mrs. J. C. Snider X-\v Orleans Jan. 20.-Mr. P. G.
Gentlemen Your asthmalt i.
I ; : excellent :
ti a of Crittenden, Ky. "It seemed it 'iaebaud. or New York today fully c 'i4 remedy for asthma auu hay eve

would strai ge! beforee could get a doctor identified i'. E. Manners, the prisonerin and its composition alleviate: :.ll t-"oblt"

4 so we gave it Dr. King's XcDi;("o\- tae jail at Gretna as Edward Kern, %, which combine with asthma. Iiuece,, i.
M.W \\bicligavequick relief and i astokiishins; and wonderful. After L.v.iu;
permanently Jr., his late valet who robbed the The- ?4
it 'carefully analyzed we can stat that
't tt elf cured it. We always keep it in
J AP the house to protect our children from baud mansion in New York of $60.000 4, Asthmalene contains no opium. C.'"!('rl..-
$ and of diamonds and jewelry. The identi form or ether. Yery truly yoars.UEV. .
It cured
croup whooping congh. me
EVERY BRINGS DR. MOSRIS WE H-Lr&
:i of a chronic bronchial trouble that no fication was prompt and complete.Q1R .

other remedy would relieve." Infalliblefor -- ---. Avon Springs, N. Y., Feb. 1, 1'.1\1.
. .7 roughs, colds, throat and 'lung trou- RELIEF. Dr. Taft liros. Medicine Co.
.J "; bles. 50l: and $l. Trial bottles free at Gentlemen: I write this testiCjovil: : from

., ., .:<, Wilson & Son's and J. B. Scieven's. 3 1 1Catarrh a sense of duty, having te ted th> wonderful effect of your Asthmalene for the cure{ asth
.", ma.ry: wife has been atllit.ted with bpasmod asthma for the past 13 years. Having exhausted l

my own skill as well! as many others. I chanced to see your ,sign upou your window
.ckh Deep COIIM III rn tlon. OH 130th street New York I at once obtained a bottle of Asthinaleiie. My wife commenced
i lt( "So you won't chop the wood! ?" taking it about the first of November. .1 very soon noticed a radical imrro"t'lilent.fter fusing
tr ; has become such a common
, L "I'm afraid." fl'lIUetIeilIH1'riu I one bottle her asthma has disappeared and she is entirely free from all symptoms.: I
that
disease a person entirely free from all who afflicted with thU ditre.ssinr ,
feel that I can consistently recommend the medicine to are -
would start
exercise an
Mike. "dat Je
this disgusting complaint is seldom met disease. Yours respectfully, <>. l>- PlIEU's.! M. D.
v4. A appetite dat 'ml tropa.-s ou your boy'pitality1Vasltil.gtmn \\itb. It is customary to speak of Catarrhas

Star.Matchless. nothing Inure serious than a bad cold, Dr. Taft Bros' Medicine Co.
inflammation of the and Gentlemen: I was troubled with asthma for 22 years. I have tried npmeroi.- remediesbut
a simple nose they have all failed. I ran across! your advertisement and started witb a trial l otlle
throat. It is, in fact, a complicated and full-sue bottle and I
I found relief at once. I have since purchased your am evr grate
She is a matchless: : beauty, very dangerous disease ; if not at first, it ful. I have famiiy of four children and for six years was unable to work. I am now in the
dint that she can't forget. very soon becomes so. best of health and am doing business every day. This testimony you can make such use of
t A match to make she's tried for years The blood is quickly contaminated by as you see fit. Home address, 235 liiviugtou street. S. UVHU : .
But all in ,'ain. ;so it appears the foul !secretions, and the poison throughthe 57 East 12Hht.., No\ \, it. ( :-y
That she is matchle \'tt.Leslie's. general circulation is carried to all .-
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'eekh'
parts of the system. TRIAL BOTTLE SENT ABSOLUTELY FREE ON RECEIPT OF POSTAL.

When the Chimney Salves, wxsbes and sprays are unsatisfactory -
i aid disappointing,because they do
j is choked with soot, the fire languishes not reach the seat of the trouble. S. S. S. Donotde'av. Writ.-at once, adducing DR. TAFT BROW MEDIUM l: East

y !I Ir and goes out. When the bronchial tube does It -. uses the blood of the poisonand 130th St., New York t'ity.Sold..

j't' are clogged with phlegm, the flame of life eliminates from the system all catar- "fcyy All Druggists.

il flicker Intelligent treatmentith I Allen's rhal secretions, and thus cures thoroughlyand

: Lung"Balsam bungs up the phlegm, allays permanently the worst cases.
1 ntlammation- stops tile cough ana pain
r UKE SDMMEK DRESSES and in word : Mr T. \Villiarrs, a leading dry. ood merchant
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DAINTYAV chest overcomesthose
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TO. in the ,
J ;;, of Spartanhurg, S. C., write: For years The Seaboard Air-Line Railway
terrible colds which if neglected!
of undersleeve.. The elbow sleeve I had a severe ci-e of
::1 and soon become consumption.ny.. nasal Catarrh, with all r
w for warm weather attire is dressy the disagreeable effects

comfortable and gives the glovemak- which belong t>> U..it CAPITAL CITY ROUTE.
_ 'j (:"uol \\ disease and which bmake
.' ers one more chance, for. naturally, Miles-Did Stone's, widow collect the life painful and

.' the sbcrt sleeves render mousquetaire insurance: on his lift unendurable I usedmediciuecprescrihedby The :ShortP-t; Route. The Bt:--t i, ,If,.

; : gloves a n'cessity.ml they will be Giles No; upon his death.-Chicago leading plnsician and
seen very often this coming season. Higge-ted bv numbersof DOUBLE DAILY SERVICEIncluding
'1 News. friends, but without
t Even now there are many in evidence. getting any better. I -

The line of dainty thin goods is wonderfully Acme of Conceit. then began to take S. S. : ; Sundays.
lE
S. It had thdesired
.: large and it is impossible tot "Is hE: conceited?" effect, aud cured me 0 f, .2=,. ,' ;-;,,\ I -TO-
of them all by name so I shall "Conceited! Why. be actually thinkshe after taking eighteen Ja
speak : : bottles Iu my opinion. S. S. is the only medicine Savannah, Columbia, Southern Pines,
: content myself by mentioning only understands women." Chicago now in use: that will effect a permanent cure .

those new to us. There are some exquisite : of Catarrh." Richmond, Washington, Baltimore. t ;

1 silk and linon novelties grenadines ; is the only purely vegetable -

{ tlPPi"! **. catalane organdies, Post.CASTORIA I blood purifier Philadelphia, New York,
zephyrs, dotted swiss muslins ic S SS known, and the greatest -
; filmy
medicines
of all blood Thro'1..1.gh. DP-u.llm.eirL Tie e cry.
batiste
(' lu-f-sio:
variety. ulIiIH:
endless: For Infants and Children. and tonics.If .
? de trevour, silk lace net. Egyptian 'you have Catarrh don't writ until it Only Line Operating Through Pullman Car Service Jacksonvilleto

tissues, silk grenadines, brussels Tea M Yna Have Always Bought becomes, deep-seated and chronic, but ben New Orleans.For .

Ir point and all the long line of dimities ; at once the use of S. S. S., and<'111I farther informa'iou. writeE.

p lawns and fine .and artistic batistes. I>'''-; the aff? ). i I for our book on Blood and Skin Diseases L. BUXCH. Gen. Pass. Agent. A. 0. XUcDONELL Asst. Gen. Paw Ac.".',

Percales there are by the thousand .,:' ;r .If" and write our physicians abort your case. I I Portsmouth, Va. Jacksonville, F,*
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COCOA-BUSINESS EAU GALLIE.
.
1 ,- R- .L.HUO'HLETl\, D., L.'T. r ,.- -. ,. .'. '. Mr. E. S. Randall is again 'about ns
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v 8.MfSceS4>Te! Tbe Indian as well as ever. A Cough"I
r ,; ;Drug Co's stores,the leading Drug / ,
j'f ;_;' ment of the Indian river country. ,Major Clark shot an alligator: last weekon

< 15 Minutes > the Eaa Gallic river.
WIELIA1I HINDLIL-Undertaker and .
it l
balmer. Bicycles and Sewing Machine The usual parties bound for old ocean most thorough
s plies e ,Tinning and Pi Re .. beach in order last ,- have made a
,i 3 u of Every Description.Agent for were week; trial of Ayer's Cherry PettEtl'Jlalldam

t i._ Steam Cooker.i Shell is being placed on the road be- prepared to say that for all diseases -

? tween Eau Gallie and Melbourne this of the lungs it never disap-
i _
FRANK LIPP-Practical Shoemaker. sufficient to "
give
'.ir ,' you most week. points. ;
l'- ,= years experience; ',all kind of J. Early Finley, Ironton, O.
f done, nice and cheap; also ladies'and
The Misses< DuBose of Melbourne
were
'
t ; .shoes made to'ord .r.! delicious tea biscuit using calling upon friends .in EAU Gallie l last

f GO TO J. M. SANDERS, The Old week.. Ayer's Cherry Pectoralwont
:' j Store for. good. fresh and reliable
4 such as Dry Goods Saddlery <-' Powder di- Mr. P. A. McMillan has started a trade cure rheumatism ;

Hats, ,Trunks and.a. full, line. I of. Royal Baking boat We wish him every success in his we never said it would.It .

x' JARVIS HOUSE-Openallthe year venture.R. won't cure dyspepsia ;

Pleasant location facing the river on rected. A true leavener. E. Mims was inspecting school So.
i I :', .: front. Rates 2.00 per day,special pure, we never claimed it. Butit
r 5 last week. Everything in first class or-
,
month.MELBOURNE .
} ; '_ the,week or and
,- ',, der was the verdict. will cure coughs

!t ; 1 I.: .' ,' BUSINESS Mrs. Dr. Clark, of Olean, presided at colds of all kinds. We

4 s +' :, ', MELBOURNE STATE BANK,) the organ in St. Johns church at both first said'this sixty
i; .fl. L :. FLA.-F. H. Fee,president; C. M. yeg"
-- services ,
f i cashier. Every courtesy extended r------ on Sunday we've been saying it
I . ". with conservative banking. at the New Rockledge for the I tained by Mr. and Mrs. J. J. White.When Archdeacon ago;
:f ; ... ent Brown, of Titnsville, was
he was here last week he was the ever since.
'. I j- the. guest of Miss Hodgson and J. E. M.
', _- FORT. PI"RCE'BUSINESS J. J. White entertained the""Pal guest of Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Peck, at The rlodgson; on Sunday. Three sizes: 25c, Me. II. AU"""'" M

0. P. PLATTS rPhysician and club this week and a lively Plaza.
{ very Mrs. of and Miss Sollee Consult doctor. If be ..:15 take n.
your
... ;:';, Calls to any point on ,the river hours Ensey, Tropic, do l It hI' tc..' i *
,were spent over the cards. The song service in the parlors of the then as >e s''r' you
: :;' answered. IrR.. Frank Hatch and baby of Xew Rockledge; was a very pleasant affairon I.e"n it with him. Wtc an. villillg.
lug friends this week.
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upon J. C. AYXS CO.Lowed -* 1.
.,...rIi spent a few days in Rockledge last Sunday night. The servICe was I. -
', relatives and friends, returning led by Mr. Powell, of New York, and the Mr. and Mrs.Pingrey, of Delevan, X. --"

.. Tuesday. orchestra of three pieces, violin, 'cello Y., have rented one of the Gilbert cot- The first entn i r the airship contact
and Mr. Powell beautiful ages for the winter season. Mr. and
piano. a bas
sang at the Louisiana Purchase! espueiliou:
lady customers at G. X. Hatch's solo, and Mrs. McKee favored 'the audi- .Mrs. Pingrey are delighted with our climate been received.
'. appreciate the of Mrs. Mc the and with Eau Gallie in :
: .t,. > presence ence with a solo, "Bl YOPHi Paradise, particular.Mrs.

;,;i ,. who is acting as clerk during the and Miss Edith\ Rj-nmons sang an alto W. J. Nesbitt and Mrs. Potter en Hancock's Liquid Sulphur eant aU

f- .. of the season. solo, "In His Kingdom." These services ertamed their Eau Gallie friends on Friday blood and skin diseas**. Fur ale by

C. V. Ruthven has for her guests are a feature belonging: expressly to the : eve last in the Avilah rooms. Cards, J. B. Scrvvni, lnrgtiirt

brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. H. New Rockledue, as guests say they find vocal and instrumental( music and danc- .- --- - - - -
;0.. Rodreque, of Pennsylvania. Mrs. them in no other hotels during their ing were the amusements of the evening. John E. Walker. C. H. Swain.

'. occupies the Powe cottage. travels. They are greatly appreciated.Mr. \ most bounteous and elegant supper
LIQUID SULPHUR was served about 11 o'clock. Prizes John R. Walker & Co
Ir. and Mrs. E. R. Bowne are occupy were
C. G. Dana, cf Boston, late of Paris, ,
:4 '. ClIRKS the Root cottage, and incidentally a guest of Hotel Indian River, has openedan awarded the best lady and gentleman
UEVLERS IX-
I .,- ECREMA, TETTER, PIMPLES, for a place to buy. It is hoped art studio in south cottage of the hotel, players Pedro. Xearly sixty people

THERIA, SORE THROAT, will find a place to their liking, and where may be seen some of his finest were present and one of the most enjoyable DRY GOODS,

and all blood and skin diseases. For here permanently. painting:, together with smaller.sketches, and successful evenings of the season MILLINERY
closed about 1 a. m the pressing ,
J. II. SCREE EN. .A. Bellows, from Frankfort, Mich., on exhibition and sale. The studio is guests
,
unbounded thanks their hostesses for
to
has been with her daughter, Mrs. open every afternoon to visitors, and it is FURNITURE,
the entertainment afforded.Irs. .
White, the past'two months, left last a rare opportunity in R-ickledge which is pleasurable

; ,>, I INDIAN RIVER RIr lf8. to spend the remainder of the greatly: appreciated by lovers of art. Mr. Miss> Potter, Miss Xiida musical Rochsier selections and

with her other daughter, Mrs. M. Dana has painted one lovely scene of Stickney gave some -
,. on the piano during the evening.
Paragraphs Personal and Newsy Spencer, at Palm Beach. Indian river, and has another on the dl
easel.< The latter is the shore in front of .
I at Towns Along the Coast. trick bicycle rider, from New York, D. L. DOD ON: ,
; i Ir.Ierwin's .
place, and takes in the M.
the public with some wonder-
". boat house and the back of the store.
: ., COCOA. part
feats on his wheel on the pavilion in .
:Mr. Dana is class for Dentist.Office .
t forming a sketching
4 Capt. Chr. F. Fischer, of Titusville of.Hotel Indian River on Saturday
outdoor work. just west ufludiaiiEiver Hotel.
visiting his: daughter, Mrs. A. S. and Monday afternoon. He left Only first class work, at great-

\' Palni Beach Monday night. ly reduced prices. .
; Colds prevalent the
'I are among
; Death of Horace P. Shares. TITUSVILLE FLOKIUA.
-:... at school, causing some absences lr. M. F. Dwyer, owner of the Hotel -

j the week. River, has arrived from Sew York The sad intelligence flashed over the GEO. M. K')BBIXS, F. A. MOBUAN

Miss L. C. Seifert, of ) by his son Fred, and they wires of the death of Mr. H. P. Shares, President. Actuary. -6 .
at home in that well known hostelry. which occurred Passadena. Cal., on n '//t I I ''I
the :guest; of her cousin, Mrs. A. S. BREVARD '
.' at Dixon point. Dwyer is an invalid, suflering from Friday, January 24th, casts a gloom over -- ___
of his lower limbs. He brought the entire community. Mr. Shares was Abstraclfof '

Capt. and Mrs: T. E. Richards him a handsome horse and a pneu- known by all the old settlers of Indian TitleCOMPANY Co vi'te.
town a of last week. Mrs. river section and of Hock
part vehicle for easy riding. especially lelljre, -- --------

$ came up. to have some dental work filled his having been' so closely identified with ,'f XI) BOL'"I'LI; OIM,
J.
'
\ A. Hughes appoint-
Mr. Arthur Cady is erecting a tent at Rockledge on last Sunday and Rockledge and its upbuilding and enter Will furnish abstracts of title JO.\'LLT10.\S, FItCI'I',
i. } platform at Rockledge, where he will pri-es. He was the owner and builder of for lands in Brevard county. '
an excellent sermon from the 4ttlj 1HS AXDTOIIU CO,
: pense icecream and cake to the needy the Sew Rockledge hotel, and c vned OFFICE UNDER LAW OFFICE OF
free. A
"The truth shall make
popular prices. .s'Jr'r. congregation was present you to hear other valuable properties in Rod .edge GEO. M. BOBBINS. TITUSVILLE FLA. Titusville, Fla.Wrecked .
and vicinity. He with his wife and chil-
-- -- --
Mra. Alice Faher, who has been i and many expressed their apprecia
dren have made Rockledge their winter
I \ with la grippe, is improving, and thereof. Mr. Hughes was enter- home for a score of years. Their home ROBBINS
hoped by her friends that she
many proper is in New Haven, Conn., where he, LJ J
be able to be out
soon again
was largely engaged) in business, and had & GRAHAM J
Dr. and Mrs. W. S. Brown, after amassed a fortune. He was a man well f

l ing a pleasant two weeks with known for his generosity in church work, CO.
.
'and friends here, have returned to ANDCHILD and his last act f>r public good before (Incorporated. Paid up Capital $2500000.)

home at Flushing, Long Island!, X. Y. leaving Florida was to stop on his way to This company owns landsin i

Mrs. C. A. Fallen, of Fairland, Ind. the depot at Cocoa, and tell the trustees the Indian River Country -

Florida of the M. E. church at Cocoa to have the
again in to spend the winter. on the Sjt. Lucie River,

visited with friends here for a few church building painted with the best at New River, and on Biscayne -

_! I before going on (\down the river to Does your horse "feel his paint, and send the bill to him. A sym- Bay.
ana. She was .the guest of Mrs. pathetic friend-a good adviser and a
\ Shaw while in Cocoa. ? What a difference be- friend in need, he will be"ery much PRICES TO SUIT THE TD1ES.

rt missed in Rockledge, and Mrs. Shares and Send for laud list.
Capt. C. F. Fischer entertained a
the and the . .
grain-fed her children have the deepest, heartfelt OFFICES AT
cruise on the Indian river.
: on a
party Corlfl5
Q
sympathy in their bereavement, for so TITUSVILLE AND MIAMI. % tl
I the party were Mrs. Adam S. Dixon horse I The first -- ------
good a man to the general public could
Pet Mr. and Mrs. Chas.
daughter THE MOST COMPLETE !
not be otherwise than the most affectionate
1 Morison, of Philadelphia, who are and full of ginger, the husband and father. Electrical
southland their Your home and 'rtv'
ing through the on prop
flabby weak and tired Mr. Shares leaves besides his widow
:. ding trip. )lr.lorison is a should be pioli 11< d by....
six children-four sons and two daughters: Supply
member of the A. C. P., of before he begins. The Insurance
Mr. Frederick Shares and Mr. John C.
I They are accompanied by Mrs. ) makes the difference. Shares, of Sew Haven, and Mr. HoraceR. and
sister, Miss L. Carolyn Seifert, who from KlkK. LIGHTNING
I and Mr. Paul A. who
ale luuiiing the
the season here last year. Children are not alike either. ConstructionHouse and'CCLu\ES. Thee
hotel l in Mr. Horace .
Rockledge the
1 manager peu>e is swan otupan .i i too

The telegram announcing a drop in is rosy, bright-eyed, full ; Mrs. R. X. Barnes! of North Haven, the risk of a catastruj'' \
t t.I to when Conn., and Mrs. Tread of Berkshire like this. Write to or ask
temperature freezing, we way, :: ,
life and laughter, another is IN TilE SOUTH. & '
basking in the sunshine of a summer Mass. \ Scbuyltr Branning, Tin>yil'e.

J was not at all alluring to the weak and dull. The feed It was expected that Mrs. Shares would ---ooo-- fur ifliab! itif>'III1.L"I.

. grower. The papers backed up the arrive in Xew Haven fiom California 000 rates tc.. ctr. . ,

sage by announcing a blizzard in the again is responsible. Wednesday with the remains, and at this Electrical Supplies, Dry Batteries, -- -

gion of the great lakes, with a Sickly children need special writing the arrangements for the funeral Sal Ammoniac Batteries, Samson EAST COAST MEAT MARKET

.. waft it onward, but the cold wave is were not known here. Mr. Paul left for Batteries, Edison LaLande Batter-

apparent yet. (at this writing), They don't 'kfeel their Xew Haven on Monday, lJU11'. Horace ies, Holtzer.Cabot Sparking Magnetos G. F. DUREN, Agent,

breeze from the south may ". Scott's Emulsion adds could not be spared, as hid hotel is full AH for Gas Engine Ijrnition.

fierceness, and we may escape after of guests who need his attention.Mr. Supplies for above carried in stock. A

: We live in hopes. the right richness to their Shares was a man of very fine character ,-oooooo--, = Flurida
high integrity "deeds rather than -
Your correspondent had the It is like grain to the ;
words" seemed his motto and % and
Rockledgehas r+
to write to Admiral Dewey at Palm Florida Electric Co.
The child gets new lost much in his death. ,
i a king if he would be kind Westero1

f give the date and train of his and strong digestion.Scott's "Let us be patient! These severe afflictions JACKSONVILLE, FLOBIDA.

t north, that the school children might Not from the ground arise, \\1 eats
Emulsion is But oftentimes celestial benedictions
I and meet the "Hero of Manila." more R. L. MOTLOW
Assume this dark disguise.We .
I ," admiral kindly replied that he was food. It is a strong "fill
to know that the children cared to see but dimly thro' the mists and vapors; ,'
It dull Amid these earthly damps "' kiifc.Titusvllle
rouses
him, and that he would give data up .
,. What seems to us but sad funeral tapers
he. knew just when he would new flesh thin
puts on May be heaven's distant lamps.
When we learn, the schools will be s
and red blood ir to There is no death! What seems so is transition;
fied that all may go to meet the } pale Florida.
This life of mortal breathIs
__
_
's .maker of the modern of
:' history It makes,children grow. but the suburb of the life elysian lQ d TOWN OKII1 \'Ct:.

l country. . .. , Whose portal we call Death."
I - Emulsion makes ordi- Be it ordained by the town u, .;. thai
KOCKLEDGE. the fire ordinance be auebded so kt read .
_-, nary food do its ROSELA D. as follows: .
A few warm days were greatly
.. Mr. E. M. Stokes has added a room s'cor'rltgT Sec. 1. That no person shall light. ated. duty. burn gasoline lamp
and his any pressure or pressure!
porch to dwelling. withiu the fire limit of
vapor lamp the town
._ I Mr. and Mrs. 0. F. Carter are This picture represents .
.. . \ the week at Palm Beach. the Trade Mark of Scott's Mesdames Vreeland and Hard, of Wa- of Titusville.Sec.. 2. Any person convicted of violating

-,1 Emulsion and u on the basso, were visiting friends in Roseland section one of this ordinance shall be pouched .
Mr. Geo. Sebring made a flying wrapper of every bottle. Monday.Mr. by fine of not over $10), or ioipruened nut

t' ness trip to Titusville on Tuesday. "'/ over sixty days or by both :said fine and imprisonment -
Send for free sample. F. H. Allen, of Norwich, Conn.. at the discretion of tile mayor.
Mrs. C. B. Magruder went to
SCOTT & BOWNE accompanied by Mrs. Allen, spent a few Sec. 3. This ordinance shall go into effect
on Friday on business, returning days here looking over some of his land. FINE WHISKIES USES BRASDIES immediately.

A day. \ 409 Pearl St., New York. He is contemplating making an orange GINS, BOTTLED BEERS. J. M. Dixos. XQor.
Attest: G. A. FBOST, Clerk.
Mr. J. G. Bennett, of New York, soc and $i. all druggists. grove. TITUSVILLE and COCOA. Passed and approved Dec. 3rd l9dLf .

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