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: February 7, 1902
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075901
Volume ID: VID00612
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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a I known the world over for Its beautiful BLINDS)
books articles l ANDREW HANLEYPRLLj: : t
.. and _of virtu, : ] ,
f, "" - established at ,East,Aurora a quiet little /p9 .

,' IThe ; village -of. Jess than '2,000)( peo ple..' ...
s Personal Characteristics and Career
& o' : \ The plant now represents an Inyestment :

a o of Elbert- Hubbard.o ... of ,250,000,. and something ,over SOU P STEAMBOAT.
1< [ Special Correspondecceof The Florida' .Star, willing*and contented workers find:congenial p asi PAINTS- OILS, RAILROAD, i

? r 7'.BUFFALO: : i Jan.:28.-One. of the*show employment) 'and instruction in / M AND MILL SUPPLIES. .
Its-various industrial and nrtistifdt.partments. '
R, ate; placed in. ,Buffalos environs Is the Boy*
croft= shop,: at East, Aurora, eighteen' CABBOM WALLACE Ross.A t

Ax'. miles out on the Buaalo,-branch of the .

Pennsylvania railroad. Who the Boy Raging, Roaring Flood 1IvRfS10ENLa9P .

OI crofters' are and .what they are doingygnd Washed down a telegraph line, which 1

I '*. how' they do,ft the'reading public Chas.'C. Ellis of Lisbon, Ia.i had .to re: J
; waist in I
"' pair. "Standing, deep icy wa j
pretty' generally knows though it perhaps
ter," he writes, "gave-me, a terrible coM I
-u- :'may not be'wholly familiar with ''t'
-- and cough. It grew worse daily. Final- ,.% ,
p the personality and career of Fra Ek ly the best doctors in Oakland, Neb., I

T berths. the founder and head of this Sioux City and Omaha said I had con-
' sumption and could not live. Then I began HARERS.DILIME PL ASTER H AIR & CEMENT.
** Unique industrial and'artistic colon / ,
s using Dr. King's New Disco'"ery.andwas
Hn : ; "The father," as Elbert. Hubbard. is "
wholly cured by six bottles. Posi 1yNITEDiNE600DS
1: (3 '_ called by his associates, ,1s- a man 'ofkindly tively -gua nteed .for; coughs, colds aud WINDOW PLATE/ART GLASS

'' j,t';";:' arid'gentle mien, though withal all throat and lung troubles by Wilson & OUR rTui. .n.tsd '

Son and J. B. Screven. Price 50c. 5 -

determinetiori I

tics which mark (the successful leader ... The Kind. Archie. "THE EAST COAST OP FLORIDA fri1 ti
j T'rr'' of,I nien, the managers of, large affairs. "Writing love letters requires a great Archie's When he's an excellent studying: little with his boy tutor is' PARADISE REGAINED." ;

} 1 One might think from the, biting sarcasm mental effort" said Bunting. But when he's out with the other kids r I

i ., which; frequently flows from his "Yes, sentimental added Larkin.- He's a fiep'd with a rubber shooter.

:4i that he was cold, harsli and cynical -Chicago Tribune.
x a .i ; ..;, pen Detroit Free Press.
#, : but he is none of these. His voice FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY

< has a deep minor key but one might Lavlnhness. A FACT'f

:-- believe that it could roll ,deeply and The man who thinks be knows it allis

t. 4 : thunder,loudly ,upon occasion. He has a most generous elf. ABOUT THE "BLUES"What LOCAL TIME CARD:No. 38. In Effect January 15, 1902
.. Be shares advice with great and mall
=' a, striking face .and head. Both are And keeps none for himself. is known as the "Blues'
;, -. large broad and' round. His forehead -Washington Star. Is seldom occasioned by actual existIng I SOUTHBOUND-READ DOWN.

: r. Is. of .the Websteriantype .and his .features -
!;:: h generally are massive and strong. A Kind Assumption. external conditions, but in the'l .No.99:.No.29 .No.23 .No.36 MAIN LINE. :,. $
great majority of cases by a _
The complexion is brunette, health "Mabel Gilfeather looks pale this

-{ hued and weather beaten The mouth evening." ed LIVER i. 820pU55p '153a 940a Lv..JacksonvUIe.Ar 700p 11 p t Op ':58.

....... .. .. 948a .....So. Ja.cksonv1lle..Lv 6 ...
she it In A
and eyes are large and strong, yet tender "Probably put on a hurry. THIS IS FACT 933p 2 03 p 9 00 a l0 b5 St. Augustine. 6 0E 6i ti '

% 'in their undertones. The deep hat -Cleveland Plain Dealer. which maybe demonstrated . . . . . 1127: ::::::...Hastings...:::::: . j

.' -, Eel eyes. with .a pronounced flush of by trying a course of 1010. .p .2t. 0.p .940a. .. la 1142 18 p a :::::::.East... Neoga Palatka. .::::::: : 52p...6.CS.p .6061. r '

dark gray, are deep set, with heavy, While the Short Hand S ....... ... .......12 31p .........Bunnel1s......... ...... ;a
the dial :: ....... ....... .......12 31p ..........Dupont ......... . . . . ...... -
.1.- cavernous. 'lids and long well .arched of the clock travels twice around H 1125p 3i2pl047a lC5p .........Ormond......... -1iOa !
p i', i. brows and ;there comes from them a Perry Davis' Painkiller) will cure a cold; a 63P10 56a l1Sp ......... Daytona......... SIp 403p. 7C1P6 4 11)6 I
t will ease the tightness across the chest and ult's PillsThey i I a ....... 1 ......,Port Oran e....... 11 Ii ..... . ... .. .. iIc
t '.:;: .. kindly but penetrating gaze. of : 1203a 417 p 1119& tCp .......New.Smyrna....... Ch 349 p la p 412. 0o
; k f'' V The head of the Roycrofters was hence will banish the fear pneumonia. ....... ...... ....... 809p .........OakHUl......... .4 asp .... .. ..... .. ....... o
"Just a little cold" does not become a :; 1255a IS03pUC1p 247p ........Titusville........ leSp GtSp .1Ia ).
born in central Illinois just a hundred misery that clings untii roses bloom if you a ...... ....... ....... 32ip ...........Cocoa .......... ... .... .. ....... = I
, ,;., miles south of Chicago forty-five years 0 143& 6 63p 12 60p 3 SSp ........Rock1e e........ p 11 p 465p 228. ,4
have recourse to this ne\'er.failinJ help. control and regulate the LIVER. a ....... G 22p ........Ea.u Game........ 29p 1 Up 'Up ....... a
.< : ago. His'father' was a country pnysi- There is but one Painkiller, Perry Davis'. They bring hope and bouyancy to the p: ....... 6 .........Melbourne........ 121Sp l"p 'Up ....... '
clan, and the boyhood life and experiences I i. ....... ... 03p .......Sebastian....... 1186 s .... .. ..... . ....... ;
A Bad Friend. mind. They bring health and elastic ....... .... 5ip .........St. Lucie......... 1041a . . . ., . .. ....... fI
; of young Hubbard were pretty 357a 7 C5 p ......Fort Pierce ....... 1040 a 1U9p. 3 CO II 1215s
,. much the same as those of other lads "A man's worst enemy Is himself ity to the body. ....... .: ........\VhiteC1ty........ 1026a. .. .... ....... .......
p old adage. But better "A ....... :;; 2ap ..........Tibbals.......... 1018& ..... ....... .......
In the l semipioneer times of the middle saith an TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. I ..... ::':: 30p ...........Eden........... 1008& ...... ....... .......
. west. He went to the district school man's worst enemy besides himself Is ....... a 35p ..........Jensen.......... .10 ..... ....... .......
friend for = ....... E: 23p..4 45p ..........Btuart.......... ...... . .... .. .......
1' ,in the..,ct' " winters, and did chores and ft pelf. ....... e- ....... ope Sound....... 9 04a...... ........ .....
,. [worked on & farm in summers. I BEST FOR THEBOWELS + 'No.26........ z 33p .......\\est Jupiter ...... ... .. .. ...... ..... .Nt.H
fifteen he Giant Dees. 5408. e \ 05 p Ar..WestPalmBeach.... 8 .145: a l"p030n
J At quit school altogether 5 50a. ;' 15 p .Hotel Royal Poinciana.. 8 25 a.10 35 a. ISh 10 S II'930a
*.. it: and begab "doing a manV. work for aboy's The giant bees of India build combs 6ooa"' .C 5p Lv..TheBreakers..... 82Oal000a 11 p1 15, ellp
J! ,_ pay a not unusual experience ten feet in height. 9 35 a 6 05 a 30 p .Hotel Royal l)oinc1ana. 810 a. 10 20 a 1 C3 p 13 P e 3)it
945& 615a 9 (Op .West Palm Beach..Ar 800alOl0a12eop 9 8'p Ulp
''to1 of country boys of that age., One day 10 01a ......, ... C9p ..........Boynton.....Lv ..... ..... ..... G 17,
& Mothers can safely give Foley's Honey If bowels you liaven't U"a',reirnlar. ill healthy will movement lie. of the 10J9a ...... .. C3p .....FortLauderdale. .... .... .. ...... ...... 418p
,$ -; / :while plowing in the field Elbert concluded and Tar to their children for coughs and bowels open.every anu*be you're well. Force or in the shaped Keep your vio- 1188 Ii . ..... ,. .. . ..... 10 41 p ......Lemon City ..... . 78a... ... . ... .... ...... . ,. 447 p1145a
'V -. that he had had enough of It. He lent physic or pill poison,In dangerous.: The smooth. 811)all10p G40plU. Ar..Mi8mi. .. . .Lv 820&110080 lOOp 4 .p
colds, for it contains no opiates or other est elLlliesti most perfect way of keeping ibe bowel +
tied the horses'to a rah fence train, climbed which poisons. For sale by Wilson & Son. 'ean J3 to CANDY take i Condensed Schedule Between Jacksonville and St. Augustine.
l on board a passing freight

; !Was going slow on the up grade and CATHARTICEAT JACKSONVILLE TO ST. AUGUSTINE.

went( to Chicago sending back a note Urcu'-:", '. .NO.431'NO.93.No."I
'Na.23 *No.2T No.35 *No.291No.311No.31 : N"1S; .
In 1700 were matte the first broomsin
,. this country from the broomcorn I Lv. Jacksonv1l1e........... 7 5.5 a, 9 00 a 9 40 a 12 e5 p 2 30 JlI 3 CO P t co p 8 CS p 8 :Ie p 8 XI'
The brooms Ar.St.\ulrostine........ .. 800al000al0l_ >Oa 1 ?Sll 3 30pl') cap l0p 9 C5 p 9:1Op: 8 30 p I
U' :f< grown on American
and the
were made In Philadelphia,

1:': event was spoken of at the time as an I .No.98t.No.92' 1 '
...-. Illustration of the development of the $No.16No.44800a : QNo.36 $NO.3S.NO.78.NO'14'I'N':; :, F I II

i r'. Lv. St. Augustine......... 6 50 a750a, 8 15 al! 8 a,1110 a |
ii i country. JEM LIKE CANDYPleasant. I Ar. Jacksonville............ 9 00 a 9 15ailoa:, a'12'!, 10 a 12 40 p' 7 C3 p1! 7 13 p 7 30 '.
j Palatable. Potent. Taste Good. Do Good, "
-;' Cures Blood Poison and Cancer. Never Sicken. Weaken or Gripe. 10.2... and 60 cents SCHEDULES OF BRANCH LINES.
: per box. Write for free sample, and booklet on
::;1; Health. Address 433 "
,. Eating swellings fal'ing
sores, ,
,' iK'1 Y5'-') i mucous patches, ulcers, scrofula, aching

f.r.." ,. bones and hones, itching skin, "oil?, KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEANPUINA STATI1>X I QNo.6 'No.17No.19YNo.21+:!! : : STATIONS. No.47+:No.49''No.51"'No.53"N'.ST
i pimples, etcby taking Botanic Blond I f I
r< Ja Balm (B. B. B. ) made especially to cure - : Lv. Jacksonville... ts 3'J11. 615 P lo lu a 2COp L\.l'alatku i! loa 11 15' u 215 pj: t 36 j. 6 (06 p
f. I S.Jacksonville. 8 38 a 623p 10 13 a 203pr.E.P'I'tku'9siall3.1B' 239 |> 456p 6 .p
malignant blood and skin troubles. B. I Pablo Beach.... 9 10 a 655p 10 fIO a. 243p "
B. B. heals every sort' and makes the 'I Atlantic Beach. 915 a 7COp 10 65 a 245p EAST PALATKA TO PALATKA.
s si st blood pure and rich. Over 3,000 cures of I Ar. Mayport ...... 9 3<>a 715 pn10a,, 3C9p ..
: sI I I STATIONS. *0.46;'No.48'No.6O'No.62:*Nob4 i
worst and nut obstinate! cases by takingB. MAYPORT TO JACKSONVILLE.

. B. B. Druggists, $1. Describe trouble + LV,E.FPtka 8 4i III 9 45 alii! 41'HJI 2.7 p,, 6 J8lij p
;i." and trial bottle sent free by writing to SUS FOR !i I ST.lTIOXS. 'No.6 !'No,1811INo.20)I I )' Ar: Palatka 9 (Iii c 6al2CSp. 3 07PI+ 5K p

Blood Balm Co., Atlanta., Ga. 2 URAT Lv.layport. ..... 6:158, ii Pll13Ua SAN MATEO BRANCH.
HardWork. I 650a IS
:l-.. ELBERT HUBBARD. C.. TORIA. I Pablo Beach.... Stria 505p115Oa .No.5i'No.45STATIONS. i 1.Bo.46'Ns.46
1 to his parents that he was going west the Kind You Have Always Bought! :' .S.Ja.eksonvUle.127a... 6 37p1222p t5pl12 l I
Bears the _/ Jacksonville 13-58._ 6 30p 6 35p 74)aLv; | .E. Palatka .Ar| 815a T 35SiBa'Ar
i < .. to make his fortune. He did not return I 6E5p .SanMateo. .L8\ 15 al' 7Mp
: for ten years, but when he did if be Signature/V* Zg .J-#" SANFORD BRANCH.
4- .
a ; ,',' did not have a fortune he had a pretty tzi:: 'No.11 I STATIOX3. 'No.12
f I 0 .
( ', fair start toward it and a varied experience No.3 No.1 STATIONS. ''aNO.21.Nt.4
7 05aLv..TitusvUle..Ar
which brought Into full play his W "118a. ............... lims............. 1 C7V 353p 10 10 a Lv..S. myrn&.J.rl 14'PI, 6 36 p
and laid the foundation EXPERIENCE PURINA MjLZ MONEY OVER 883 a.....,........ Osteen..............1162 p 434 ]'!11 21 a ....Lake Helen .. 1255p' J Xf
native resources a3T.WUISMa 855a.: ........... Entprprise............ 11 30a 443i 11 89 a . ..Oranlrl'City .l2 tipl668p
i iU ii . for his future successes. I CORN A OATS.AD 9 30 a.Ar...........Sanford.Lvil. 00& 43p,,11 45 a \r..O-. City Jc Lv,12 43 pi{ 5 II"

t. i 1 For' a time he was a cowboy in the 1 tllNISTUATOK'S NOTICE. I Daily. {Daily except Sunday. Daily except Monday. |Sunday| olny. I
far west, but this was not quite to his I II I Trains do not stop at stations opposite which no time is shown. I

f f liking; and he returned to<<; Chicago Notice i 5s hereby given to: .all concerned that These Time Tables show the times at which trains may be expected to arrive and depart i
1 sis: months from tats I will present mv final from the several stations but their arrival or departure at the times statad is not iraaraiiteed, t
I ; .)- where he engaged in various occupations accounts and apply to the lion. A. D. Pe ney, nor does the Company hold itself responsible for auy delay ur any consequences arising
{ t' : ''' -worked in a printing office, ped TRADE MARKS county judge of Brevanl county, Florida for therefrom

: died soap from house to house, shoved DESIGNSCOPYRIGHTS my discharge as ex oflHo: Iniinistrator of )
&c. Peninsular and
lumber the docks acted traveling the estate of W. C. B.naar, late dt ceased, of Occidental Steamship Connections at Miami.

,4 on as a Anyone sending a sketch and description may
i \ quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an said county. I I
? .. salesman and was a newspaper invention probably patentable. Communications J. P. RO\VX. l I BETWEEN MIAMI, KEY WEST AND HAVANA.
I' .' reporter and correspondent. strictly confidential. Handbook on Patents Ex-Officio Administrator of Ebtate'of W. C. '
sent free. Oldest agency; for secunn patents. .
'. Later he came to Buffalo and work- Patents taken through Mann & Co. receive .1'.1'Romn. MIAMI NASSAU LINE.
tpeciol notice, without charge, in the Titusville Fla., Sept. 20th, 1931. Commencing January 6, 100'J.
ed in afterward becoming
a soap factory, Lv. ;Mama, Ions.,Thurs...............11 SOp I Lv. Nassau, Weds., 8ats..J) 00a
j I manager of the establishment Scientific JHcatt.ATiandsomely OTICE. I I Ar.Nassa.u,Tues.,Fris.................... 3 OJp\ I| Ar. Miami, Thurs., guna................. :GOua;

and subsequently a partner. He invented Illustrated weekly. Largest circulation i I I Commencing February 3, IOCI2.
i I . a new process in soapmaking of any ecientinc Journal. Terms.(3 a COUXTY COURT, BREVARD COUNTY, Lv. Miami Mons.,Weds.,Fris..8 00 p I Lv. Nassau Tues., Thurs.. Eats..3 00 P
year; four months,f L Sold by Ml revradealen.MUNN&Co.3618 FLORIDA, '. Ar Nassau,Tues.,Thurs., 8ats..6 80 a I| Ar. Miami, Weds. Fris.,Suns..............5 00a
maker for '
which was a great money
\ way' New York To all whom it may concern : I II' MIAMI.HA V ANA DIRECT LINE.
the after he sold out
concern. Shortly Branch Office 625 F St,Washington.D.C. Take notice that I, Calyer Morgan (who ,, Commencing January 1. 1Q2.

1 his interests for $75,000 and invested a was Calyer Addison). administratrix of the Lv.Miami Suns., Weds, ................11 80 p I Lv. Havana, Tues.,Fris......... .....BOO .'a
portion of this in a stock farm at East estate of John H. Addi-tou, deceasea late of Ar.Havana.Ions..,Thurs................ 5 00p I| Ar.Miami, Wed3.feats ................ f ..
I !1 Aurora, where he raised trotting horses. Corn and Oats HIgh said county and state aforesaid, will at Ti !I i MIAMI, KEY WEST AND HAVANA.

F He took a short course of study at tusville, Florida on the 8th day of February, .: Lv. Miami Mon., Wed., Fri.. ..:.........11 30 p Lv. Havana, Mon.. Wed. ...................!
TRY A. D. 1902, petition the Honorable A. D. Pen- Ar. Key West,Tuea.Thurs Sat......... 230p Ar, Key West, Mon. Wed. ... ............,.t :; .
.. Harvard university and traveled extensively ney, county judge of said county, for author- Lv. Key 'West; Tues.. Fri.. &un........12 Co n't Lv. Key Wtet Tuts., Thurs., Sat..3 Si p '
I : through Europe. lIe met ity to sell the following described real estateat Ar. Havana, Wod., Sat., Mon ....... ..... 8 00 a Ar. Miami, Wed., Fri., Sun _ .... .... .. S .a
l .t PURINAFEED private sale, situate, lyin and being in
William Morris, the English author
T said county and state to-wit: ', For copy o: Local Time Card address any Agent. t

a artist decorator and economist from The northwest quarter of northwest quar- J. D. RAHNER, Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent, ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.PURINA ,

whom he received much of the inspiration ter and northeast quarter of southeast quarterof ------= ,

which led to the establishment of for section 4, township 37 south, range 37 east. TVOVEEK9 KSUED: 10.IJOO SOLD !
1 in the county of Brevard and &taeof Florida.
: the Roycroft shop. The said property belonging to the heirs of "AROUND{ I i
About this time the literary ambition DONKEY AND CHECKER.: nand said John H. Addison, deceased who are Cal THE PAJTAuthor

i"if; always strong in him, asserted it BOARD ON ALL BACKS. yer Addison,his widow (now Calyer Morgan), ,
and four minor children to-wi t William Ad- THOM.\SFLEMI\U; Illustrator r
1i :
three books
i self. He wrote two or ,
dison, Paul Addison Thomas Addison and A critical
". an'\1\
Feed.o.NK pi-n i
; one of them being the now widely read"Littfe WorkingADMINISTRATOR'S
John Addison, who are residents of saidcounty review in fictioi. nf the ;
1l Journeys to the Homes of Great and state. CAL YEB ADDISON
L would take Administratrix of the Estate of John H. Paa-American -
t ., ,. Men, but no publisher Addison deceased. SACK. ExpositionIllustrated
U <' i i
_ : them. Indignant but undismayed at I with

his failure to find A publisher, he resolved NOTICE. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. I
w KEEPSMULES Over 400 Line
that his thoughts should have Notice is hereby given to all persons concerned Notice is hereby given to all concernedthat Unique Drawings

expression on the printed page, BO he that six months from date I will pre- six months from date I will present my UP Showing every phase, character, type humor,
sent myfinal accounts and apply to the'Hon. final accounts and to the Hon. AND
started The Philistine .apply A. D. FEED wit, including a graphic account of THE
s, ; a monthly magazine A D. Penney, county judge of Brevard coun.ti Penney, county judge of Brevard county, BILLS ASSASSINATION OF PRESIDENT> McKINLEY -
hiring it' printed at the little Florida for my final discharge as administrator Florida, for my discharge as ex-officio ad- DOWN aa witnessed by the author. All
a country printing office at East Aurora, of'the estate of James D. Andrews, ministrator of the estate of Ephraim F. Adams related in the epigrammatic witty dialect of

R subsequently buying the office, at late of said county, deceased. late deceased, of said county. I TRY IT'Fvley's a quaint old Cape Cod citizen.
JOHX )McLEAK J. P. BROWN, For sale at all book stores or sent post pllidon
s which he also printed monthly installments Administrator of Estate of James D. An- Ex-Officio Administrator. of Estate of Eph- and receipt of price, $2.
the "Little Journeys. drews. raim F. Adams.

.,z This Is how the Roycroft shop, Titasville, Fla., Aug. 30th 1901. Tif yule, Fla., July 19th,1901. ,heals lungs and stops the cough. The Nutshell Pub. Co., I. T. City.

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J RAllRij D miY rock salt, In ,these hills.,are. 'sufficient The Barber Pole. ".1 ', ... ..
'. '. .quantities'the .two 'minerals to supply .. The barber 'pole has been used asia '_ .u -=. : __ .-:._ . : -_ .- .---.:,..'":' .'....._." .._ :;:;.
't ; ,the world,for,several decades. sign for nearly 500 yea'L When first

Some Erroneous Impressions Concerning The bed_.and .the banks.of.the Amar used,.It totd.thelP;! U that;tbe.owner
nwenmm rmrmi rnm+m nnnnwwaww w -:
d i" a Famous: Spot Corrected; 1'[ gossa river are vast deposits of sodium was a surgeon as'well* as: a barber. p u w
*. 'I" -*& ">; 1
I carbonate.. TJ borax deposits In the ." .- j..- ', CASTORIA
Special Correspondence of The Florida Star. I valley are sa/d Jo be, ii exhaustible. e Soak Them. .

las AXGELES. CaLJan.2 .r-Theyjlre Asbestus Is also,"be found, ,and in In tf e aseof'aU'; 'd>1ed,beanS; peas

-; : building: a railroad across Death' valley the ,fountains are not( only gold and and such vegetables a long soaking In t )

thus copper; but turquoise and other Jewel cold water previous to cooking Is absolutely For Infants and Children.
> shattering another ..Idol lot V I1 mLHI dItItl" I I/11111 I11g1lIIIIIIIIIIIIJIII IIII: Bit I I'
; beds. FEED L. C mwHws. flecessary. 'Root vegetables:thathave'become
the .
;west Forbears Death
valley '
haa'been ; -
dryare'; :also*much improved
.and spoken of as a place' full of drpad A Thousand Dollara Thrown Away. If put *o soak; fn cold water. = The Kind You Have

I? mystery! : Now scientists tell ijs, Mr.W.W.'Baker; of'Plain view, Neb., -

that' itis: nothing more or less,jfiai ,;agreat writes: "My wife bad l long trouble for His .. -

natural drug storehouse, whiclf'fact over,fifteen years.. We tried a number of She-You played a very careless IIIIIVIIII. Illilllllll 'I 'I ill II ,I I'll I III"III Always Bought
after all is highly interesting"In, doctors, and spent over a thousand dollars game Jack. Why don't you keep your
egetablePreparattonfarAssimilating -
itself.. without any relief. She was very eye on the tell?
1 : There have been .volumes written low, and lost all hope', when a friend; He-IV: can't keep It'om.'both of you. iheToodar.dRcgula-/
about this famous feature of California suggested trying Foley's Honey and Tar, Brooklyn Life. ting the Stoiaatis andBowels of Bears theSignature
which I didf and thanks be to this
; but' for the most part the writers great 1
it paved her life. She is ,
.have betrayed ,either remedy; strongerand The Worst tof It. 1
a woeful :ignorance
better health than she has
r .. or.'a 'willful perversion, of facts, ever known enjoys in ten years.: We shall never Mrs. Dukane The.days are growing _.-

.for most of what has been written is he without Foley's Honey and Tar, and ,shorter. -. t Promotes DigestionCkerrufnessandRest.containsneither-
'certainly-,far from true. Some authors would ask those afflicted to try it. For Mr. Dukane: And gas bills arp growing

have said that the sands of the valley sale by Wilson & Son. i longer.-PIttsburg Chronicle-Tele nor Mineral. of
.': : graph. '-, Opium.Morptiine
are with
sparkling grains of gold and, i NARCOTIC.
: that ,nuggets of fabulous size are to Hard Woods. '
be picked up at frequent intervals, but The hardest varieties of wood, such fro Red Tape. -

:, ,that.the' heat the deadly vapors of the as mahogany, ebony and lignum vitae, The British veteran gets his service A'Cl JrSAMOELPJ1rl/ER

valley: and other unpleasant features grow in tropical climates but their medal without. the intervention of a fum/Jcm Set 2'JlxJenna

make it almost sure death to 'venture wood does not season as well as that pension attorney.A *

r of trees in the temperate zones. RoAl4Sda- O \ I In
In.This AiittSttdftppfrmmt e ,
'Bounds'romnntie enough, but DIg Difference. I
the trouble is that it is Forks. iCaftona&.r_.
too romantic to The quartz extracted from Austra-
be true. It cannot be denied that thereIs For nearly two centuries In England lian and Californian gold mines wouldbe Clonfud Sugar

plenty of heat in the valley and that only the kings were allowed to use enough to build 150 pyramids of Che- F-- Ds e

,the air is more or less heavy with the forks. Their subjects had to keep on ops, but all the gold could be put in a AperfectIlemedy for Constipation '

Yv chemical vapors from the vast mineral eating pie with their flngers.: Queen room 40 feet by 20 feet by 15 feet. Sour StoiWLch.Diarrhoea, 3

beds that abound, there. Nor Is it to Elizabeth had a jeweled fork and we WormsConvulsionsFeverishV

be gainsaid that pure water must be, are told that her "favorite breakfastwas Preserving SteeL ness and Loss OF SLEEP. For 0 V e r .

brought many miles. But there are "a pre of goose. Steel that Is exposed to the weather .

;. plenty of people alive today who have may be kept from rust by having a Tac Simile Signature of
traversed the length and breadth of Wilson & Son, the druggists, will refund thorough coating of copal varnish.

,' the valley'and have done so without you your money if you are not satis- Thirty Years
tied after using Chamberlain's Stomach
experiencing any great inconvenience. and-Liver: Tablets. They cure disordersof i NEW YORK.
a -' Again, while there Is gold to be found the stomach, biliousness, constipationand ScrofulaTHE .

'i in Death valley, it is not to be had for headache. Price, 25 cents. Samplesfree. ,

the asking, as the romancers would .
have us- believe. It is mostly hidden OFFSPRINGOF C A T I Ar

,, in the. rocky veins of the mountains Beer and Ale. HEREDITARY EXACT copy OF WRAPPER
bordering on.the valley and can be obtained To brew a barrel of lager beer one .."

only'after the usual laborious and one-half bushels of malt are used; BLOOD T&SHT. ,\>\,,'.... THE CCNTAva C4MPNY NiW VOftK

process of blasting, tunneling, crushIng to brew 'a barrel of ale four and one- Scrofula is but a modified form of Blood ,' <;_:" .:" , :< ::.P: :_ .. ..: ._ :_i\. .. 4i, CITY.'f::

and smelting. But the valley does half bushels of malt are required.The Poison and Consumption. The parent

contain much mineral wealth that is who is tainted by either will see In the
.' .
easily obtainable, and as a result it Primrose. child the same disease '- '

.: should prove a profitable spot when its Primrose was at first the prime rose, manifesting itself in ,-s.. :..,

! development by the railroad has once or the first roseithat opened in spring. the form of swollen ir'r'" ..,.r< r
begun. glands of the neck and ,fro.';> I" ;1'I'oI,I J I' ASTHMA CURE FREE --I' _
I I : ,
In fac prospectors are already busy Zanzibar Commerce.In throat, catarrh, \vtak ,.. -'./. .
/ Zanzibar cotton form the eyes, offensive sores ..
1 ,: along the line of the road, with a view I goods and abscesses and oftentimes : ,
chief article of commerce. Gray clothis 1-.. )f i.t
of securing such locations as seem to white $>\\elling Asthmalene Brings Instant, Relief and Permanent -
I. them most promising, and they are sold to a very large extent under the -sure signs of V .', 't ,
JI/r. / Cure in All
of "ainericani. Printed cotton
name ,
not all prospectors of one brand. Some Scrofula. There may \. = ", I
1.nre seeking gold claims others are kerchiefs, worn by the native women be no external signs for l i" If', 4-- \ SI
I and called "kangas." always find a long time,for the disease develops slowly SEXT ABSOLUTELY FREE OX RECEIPT OF POSTAL.
looking for oil still others expect to .
sale. in some cases, but the noison in the
ready is
1 establish ranches in this now sterile WRITE YOUR NAME AND ADDRESS PLAINLY.
< -- --- blood and will break out at the first favor-
!Ii. valley, and more are active along For Over Sixty Years. able opportunity. S. S.S. cures this wast-

.. chemIcnlllnes. ing, destructive disease by first purifyingand There is nothing like Asthmaletue.
,.'_. The valley, which is about sevenry- been Mrs.used Winslow's for sixty Soothing Syrup by ,millions has building! up the blood and stimulating Cl E It brings instant relief, even in the
five miles In length and twenty-five years and invigorating the whole system. worst cases. It cures when all ie.rai1e.
of mothers for their children:
t miles In width, lies from 300 to 400 I' while teething with perfect success. It ]. M."Ten Seals,its Public Square.Nashville.Tenn., F O The Rev. C. F. Wells of Villa Ridge

Ji- feet below the level of the sea and is soqtlies the child, softens the gums, allays her says forehead.: years From ago this my wound daughter the fell glands and cut on R Ill., says: "Your trial bottle of Asthmalene

I ,..' locked in by tall mountains which rise all pain, cures wind colic, and is the best the side of her face became swollen and buried. received in good condition. I cannot tell
Some of the best doctors here and elsewhere ti you how thankful I feel for the good derived -
t- on either side. The entrance is along remedy for diarrhtea. It will relieve the attended her without any benefit. We decidedto from it. I was slave chained with
L"<":. a channel cut through the mountain poor little, sufferer. immediately.: Sold by try"S. S. S., and a few bottles cured her en. putrid sore throat and$ asthma for tel
.< wall by the Amargossa river, a stream druggists in'. every part of the world. tirely. years I despaired of ever being cured. I
f; long since run dry forming a three Twenty-five cents: "a bottle. Be sure and makes new and pure i saw your advertisement for the cure of
I ask for "Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrnp," blood to nourish and this dreadful and tormenting disease.asthma
thousand feet cut. Explorers of the
z ,
and take no other kind. S. S S strengthen the body, and thought you bad overspoken your
valley startas a rule, from one ofMIXER'S : and is positive and selves but resolved to give it a trial. To
safe cure for Scrofula.It my ast nishmeut the trial acted like a
TheCftlUn Lend overcomes all forms of blood poison, % charm. Send me a fullsized bottle''
An ordinary lead for at '
casting sea % 'i
whether inherited or acquired, and no
x Rabbi of the Bnai Isr..t'l
weighs 7 to }.I pounds and has at the and Cong.
remedy so thoroughly effectivelycleanses New York, Jan. 31901.
bottom of it a hole tilled with tallow to the blood. If YOU have any V Drs.Taft Bros' Medicine Co.

bring up samples of the sea: : bottom. blood trouble! or your child has inheritedsome Gentlemen: Your asthuialene is an 'excellent -

.'f''s -.--- --. + ; blood taint, take S. S. S. and get remedy for asthma and hay fever.
Women Barred. the blood in good condition and preventthe and its composition alleviates all tlublea
which combine with asthma. Its success fe
disease further |
In the Mountain of the Monks, on the doing damage. / astonishing and wonderful. After having
Send for free book and write
our our Gi
coast of Macedonia, there are: 20 monasteries it carefully analyzed we can -tale that
The place is sacred to the mal( physicians about :your case. \Ve make nocharge 4 L Asthmalene contains no opium. chloroform -
whatever for medical aiuce. or ether. Very truly yours.
sex and no woman is allowed to cross THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. ATLANTA. GA. EYERY '' RINGS REV. DR. MORBIS WE< H-LKR.:
its borders.
Avon Springs, NT. Y., Feb 1. 1901.
Vapor Unths. RELIEF. Dr. Taft Uros. Medicine Co.
The value of'vapor and hot air bath 4 Gentlemen: I write this testimonial from
as a mean of promoting the respiratory i a sense of duty having tested the wonderful effect of your Asthmalene for the curt- of asth
I ma. My wilV I h H> IM PII afllictc-cl 1 with spa mod'c asthma for the past 12 years. Ilaviuz exhausted
functions of the skin has been recognized asell others. I chanced to sign windows
my own skill as many see your upon your
from wry ancient times. on 130th street, New York. I at once obtained a bottle of Asthmalene. My wife commenced
taking it about the first of November.} I very soon noticed a radical improvement After
Polished Floors. using one bottle her asthma has disappeared and she is entirely free from all symptoms I
.c .. / feel that I can consistently recommend the medicine to all who are afflicted with this di--
In Europe, where polished floors hart tressing disea:e. Yours respectfully, O. D. PHELPS, }{. D.
so long been popular, it is the cu tor
Dr. Taft Bros' Medicine Co.
/h o of w to polish them carefully and preferabl.;} Gentlemen: I was troubled with asthma for 22 years. I have tried numerou remcdits
w with a cloth fastened on the shoe. Professional W MANS REis fl but they have all failed. I ran across your advertisement and started with a trial bottlt.o
cleaners or polishers hav I fuuud relief at onlt' I have since purchased your fuIl-size! bottle and law ever grate-
ful. I have family of four children and for six years was unable to work. I am DOW iu tilt-
lWj? +, CABIN IN DEATH VALLEY. learned to skate about at a great rate
A best of health and am doing business every day. This testimony you can make surh use of
really has
three outfitting stations Dajrgett, and to do polishing quickly and well.A healthy woman as you see tit. Home address, 235 Rivington street. S. RAPUIEL

Randsburg and Johannesburg.: At any Sober Country. jtle pain or discomfort at liti i 67 East 129th St., New York ( ity

one of these towns may be obtained Tasmania is said to be the soberestof : [ menstrual period. Xo

i 1\ the necessary: wagons horses guides, the Australian colonies. 1 needs to have any. Wine of I? TRIAL BOTTLE SENT ABSOLUTELY FREE ON RECEIPT OF POSTAL.Do .

assistants and camp outfits. Watermust'
as Cardui will quickly relieve those DR. TAFT BROS' MEDICINE ( 70 Last
be carried for the journey London's Playgrounds. not delay. Write at once addressing .O.
! w for each of the smarting menstrual 130th st., New York City.Sold.
well as provisions There are now in London and its pains eI

three towns is in the great Mohave Immediate: neighborhood SCO public I the dragging head, back and! by A.11 nru gg1 tom.

r'';k desert, and springs or wells along th!' recreation grounds, varying In size side aches -,---- -- - -
.- route to the valley are far apart. from Epping forest, which, with Wan- j by falling of

M' At Owl holes, Just outside the entrance stead fiats Is over 5,000 acres in ex- [ the womb and irregular menses.

- to Death valley, are springs of tent, to little city gardens and play The Seaboard Air-Line Railway

fairly good water, though Impregnatedwith grounds of an eighth or, a tenth of an iEIor CAi2Jhas : i
Beyond the
mineral substances. acre. CAPITAL CITY ROUTE.The .
l pass, at the southern end of the valley, brought permanent relief to

are the Saratoga: springs, one of the Meadow Saffron. 1,000,000 women who suffered
wonders of the place. From the bottom The foliage of meadow: saffron (au- Shortest: Route. The Best Lim
of a circular, craterlike basin, tumn crocus), when eaten, causes a every month. It makes the men- DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE

which is about thirty feet in diameter, burning thirst, dilated pupils Irritationof strual organs strong and healthy*

r + I bubble several springs, whose tepid the throat and vomiting. lit is the provision made by Nature Including Sundays.TO .
imbued with sulphur -
waters are strongly
Voyage. to give women relief from
the basin
These springs keep
; full and overflowing, and the waste Voyage was formerly any Journey: the terrible aches and pains which Savannah, Columbia, Southern Pines, .
f ,- whether by sea or land, it did not mat-
waters flowing into a depression nearby : [blight so many homes.
in Richmond, Washington, Baltimore
have formed a lake several acres
GREENWOOD, LA., Oct. 14,1900.
I circumference. I have been very sick for some time.
New York
ter.CASTORIA I1 was taken with a severe pain in my Philadelphia, ,
side of the valley
Along the west side and could net get any relief untl.
., and running north and south' a distance I tried a bottle of Wine of Cardui. Be- Through Tleepors.
: ; | fore I had taken all of it I was relieved
and Children.
of some fifty miles is a line of For Infants I feel it to that
my duty lay you have a
yellow mounds or hills. These are the [wonderful medicine. Only Line Operating Through Pullman Car Service Jacksonville

niter hills, and they are composed of she ;Kind You Have Always Bought MM.)(.A. Yorar. to New Orleans.For .

yellow, crumbly clay which has niter '" For adTlee&I'd Uteratwe.zddre giving epnp. farther inforn\ tion. writeE.
: Bears theSignature !fr4- torn."TLaLadiee'Adnwrylko. rtment. Tile L. BUNCH. Gen. Pass Agent. A. O. MAcDONELL, Ass. Oen. Pass. Agent,
these CLWCtanooQa
[ y. for Its chief component."' Beyond ot.
k VI lies ahotbir tlls''ofxmucb ...-'.: ':!-4- JAS. M. BARR, Vice-President and General Manager, Portsmouth, Va.
dosed k40t.nnJ'6o $# -
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: FRIDAY. .FEBRUARY: .,7, 1902.

f _5. "- . ,.- -, I- A --
j : t. ; COCOA 1.
: ; U n cT9BY. <
K. -.J.-, ;. .. prepare for the overflow The Plaza people 'next at 730.: Reserved' ' -
15- &1'T-' W. L.HUGHLPI1m are fitting their north J seats at the post I
: M. D., L.T.DANIEL, op cottage, giving ',
,:' r.--: ,' D., D;S.-:. aSs The "Indiaa ba office. Refreshments will be served by
r .... over :River eight more 4 mrto' yhew acoona- I
i:. 'J -j: t:'. '<' '-'; ; Drag Go's stores,the leading Drugest&blish- modations.. .. *". "*"*" St. Johns guild.! The evening's pro
!,? t :.;...,. ........ : q'mentoftbe1ndtn riYerconntry! *, -- .. gramme will be closed-with, a dance fo? My
t} "i -La.j ': .,- - Mrs. 6. W. Skelley and daughter Roth which music has been'provided. '
i* :; -Undertaker and Emr -
have arrived
r from their home4 in Janes-
; i.\\ ._ balmer. Bicycle? and .Sewing Machine 6t.'t ?})- $
: ?Hle, Wis., on a visit to Mrs. Skelley'a
: :' phesTmn1Dgan Pipe Fitting'Iepabing! : MELBOURNE.Melbourne An attack of U left me
lr"L- .- :, :',. I J', ,,;L'' :" - Steam ofEv ryDescr.ipt Cooker. on. Agent' for J Beveridge" parents'andsiter Mr. anq -Mrs. G.. S.Hardee has more tourists and visit. with a bad cough. Mjr friends Slid
nIf j ; -II' and family.: I had I then tried
: ore than for many years. Nearly) consumption.
!! , 1-. .J '. : FRANK LIPP-Tractical Shoemaker. Forty Mr.'J. W. Pickerell, chief ngineer U. house in town is rented for the season every and Ayer's Cherry Pectoral and It
\ (;f' '\- years experience;' all kind of repairing S. navy, is a guest at the New Eockledge i by the best class of cured me promptly."
f\; ,_ ; _,3;\' done, pice and cheap; also.. ladies'and men'sshoes Baking Powder people. A. K. Randles, Nokomis, IH.
I this week.
.4 There has been .
.. J ; made, to ord erGOTOJ. .' some speculation Mrs. Mary Knight Moses, of Philadelphia .----
: to his business here. -----
t M. SANDEBS, ,The Old Beliable as Perhaps arrived here the past week much to
I \; Store for good, fresh and reliable goods just recreation: and rest.: j i I I II the delight of her old ,friends. She is one You forgot to buy a bottle

f.' ' ,I ,-' such 'as ,Dry Goods, Saddlery,', Crockery, j Miss'Leonice Lapham, clerk for Miss ,i I of the pleasant guests of Hotel Carleton.Mr. of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral -
I Hats,Trunks and a full line of OJ' ceries. I
I' : -. I Eyer, is expecting a friend, Miss JesMe !I I I II Fred E. VanDyne; of Troy Pa., when cold first

,i j <.:i: JARVIS HOUSE-Open all the year round. Fisher, of Marion, Ohio, on a visit to this ;' I arrived in Melbourne last week. His old your

1 1,,: I'. .. Pleasant location facing the river on river delightful retreat The young lady will Most healthful friend welcome him again after an absence came on, so you let it run
: /: front. Bates$2.00 per:day,special terms by arrive this .
Fnday night of several
,nothing preventing. years. .
,' I 1/ the week or month.MELBOURNE along. Even now with
t' _ _ _ :Mr. James Morrow, one of Sebastian's ,
r i ;1 S BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Song service at the :NeR ckledg on leavener in bright business men, was in town the past all your hard coughing, it

i .- MELBOURNE STATE BANK,MEI.BOUENE; Sunday night was very largely attended. I week. His Melbourne friends were gladto will not disappoint you.
J: FLA..-F. H/Fee, president; C. M.'Horton, The service was led by Mr. Powell and the i see him so improved in health.
: ; cashier. Every courtesy extended consist- world. There's record of
: sixty
the orchestra. Mr. ,Powell a
ent with conservative banking.: '. by request, Mr. Aldine Hadley is making some fine
J ; 'I . 'sang "The Holy City." It 'was greatly improvements on his late purchase the years to fall back on.

t FORTFIERCE BUSINESS: DIRECTORY. appreciated.Two Goes farther. river front. He has cleared
.;\ I some land, is Tirteibti: ZSc.. Sk., SL AD.,.....
t ' -; 0. P. PLATTS- Physician and Surgeon. fishing parties, one from" White's fencing it and will soon be ready to plant ----I t

r.c ' \ Calls to any point. on the river promptly Cottage, on Tuesday, to Lake Poinsett, his orange grove. Consult your doctor_ If be uji take tt. '
answered. Fo t Pierce, Florida. then do u ha If be til m ..4 '
iay y
;t' ; / came in with a string of 12 black bass Rev. R. B. Temphton.. the- new-- -- rntnrfor to Uke it. then don't take it. tfe k..w.. 3.I
r----- .
. and a pickerel, beauties. The other from I the M. E. church, has arrived with Leave with.0 him.&V"'U.fl We are wi1I1, ___.*. .II Uu. .

: J ; t l INDIAN fIlER RIPPLES.It [ the New Rockledge, had a string of 28, -_ -ROYAL-BAKING-.PONDER. 1 _co.HEW -OS1C J his family and some friends. They are J."v.fl----.-. .M -. ----- .

j and they were varnished with pride. snugly settled! in, the parsonagp.. The _ ------------- .
1; Rev/J. A. Mrs. L. Wray and people of Melbourne extend them a hear- Late ) ..
t Paragraphs Personal and Newsy Briefs Hughes preached very able daughter. The groom Literary iote.
I 'Character followed on and finallyVmsiiromated ty welcome.
sermon on based on Rev. his
I .. atTownsMongtbeCOaSt. Sir Charles W. Duke contributes SO the
22:11: and Matthew 7:12. Mr. Hughes cherished plan of uniting his destinies literary society was entertained
with that last Friday evening at the Cosmopolitan for February an article oa
_ 5*: i.-- COCOA. draws large congregations ana the people nf MN Smith. Congratulations attractive homeof "The Naval "
Strength of Nations which
like his are extended from Mr. and Mrs. Charles Horton, where ,
Good a
sermons. practical scribe for
i- ser your
Equestrianism is fast growing in favor gives not
most only a most int.retin i ...
their future enjoyable evening was
mons-food and spent by
for happiness
and meditation.A .
_ \:\.\. \ - I in this section. Mrs. K. B. Holmes is a thought prosperity. those present. The next meeting will be comprehensive account of the nariw ei

: f graceful rider. large progressive euchre party is to Several fires have been caused presum. held at the home of Mrs. Geo. M. Brown. the great powers, but also a ctear i io.h4 .

: The Indian River Avilah hold their held at the Hotel Indian River on Thurs ably by sparks from the passing engines: ____ ____ ____ __ i into world politics. Few men pox
:' regular monthly I meeting at the library day night, Feb. 6th, and there is to be One burned over a large portion of Mrs. LOTUS.T. such knowledge as the author', gaIa .
I '' but one prize, but that is worth playing Porter's and Mr. Matthew's places, and from years of experience in a diii.cand
2 o'clock.
this at .
: :; (Friday) evening, Grotjan Ronald has sold his launch "
'16. for, a $50 painting in oil, the work of the great damage would have resulted hut political rareei. Th article Ie so
., : A straw ride was enjoyed by the young famous artist, Mr. C. G. Dana, of Boston, the neighbors worked with heroic effort. Utilis to parties at Rockledge.Miss broad in scope and straightforward in

I - people of Cocoa and Rockledge on Thursday who has a studio here. This writing. is Th.e Excitement from this' had scarcely Forest, our school teacher, was treatment, that it will be read wfefc inter' .

p night, and much fun was the result. I too early to give results.A abated when the grass on the Monzingo: home! last Sunday, going down by train. est not alone by statesmen, but ;y ewy

._ Everybody is complaining of scarcity of most delightful dance was given at place caught/ fire and it was with the ut- Mr. S. A.: Osteen is shipping a good one whose thoughts travel beyond tile

., .: r : water. Many cisterns are dry and others Hotel Indian River on Thursday eveningof most effort that the residences of Mon- many vegetables: to Hotel Indian River. immediate wants of a single day.

;_- very low. A good, heavy rain is needed last week, termed a barn dance. The zingo, Salmon and Breese were saved. these days.
. - to the The Breese barn took tire several times We have been having some warn Hancock's
replenish supply. very
decorations consisted of bales of hay and Liquid Sulphur CONe all
t An important business change took pumpkins and' reens and old glory. A and while attention was beirjg given to weather, and the orange trees are beginning blood and skin diseases. For sale by
that the residence wadiscovered on fire, to show growth, and some few are J. 15. Screven, Dragnet
crowd of dressed
t,i place this week when Mrs. M. E. Hill large gaily ladies were
t but the flames in bloom.
lit I & Daughter purchased the stock of goods present, and some of the old time dances' quickly quenched. "-
( :;1 at the Emporium of Mrs. C. A. Loud. were indulged in and these were enjoyed j The fire swept through the Breese grove Mrs. Thomas Green's Wednesday eveu-' M. D. L. DODO:; ,
and destroved. most of thp tr_____ _nf1 .II.hnnt... ings are quite popular, and hasa
the most. It to the old --- -- ---- oa ""' every or.e '
was jolly see tI
I Miss Leonice Lapham had a birthday 200 boxes of ---
"- folks dance the' Virginia -reel and oranges. Much sympathy'is good time who is fortunate enough to Dentist.Office
conspicuous .
-. recently, and was the happy recipient of expressed for Mr. Breese in the loss of be invited.Mr. .
I among them was Mr. 0. Cur just west of Indian Rit'M' H* .
fine gold watch and exquisite his
a new Tier, who is just as light on his feet arId grove which had just recovered from C. F. Walker was in Cocoa Mon- Only first class work It gr..t--
: chain from her deyoted mother. Duty as gallant as any Beau Brummel of the the disastrous freeze of 189';. day attending to business connected with ly reduced! prices.
and affection well rewarded.
; day. The spacious veranda was filled his store. He brought down a new post- TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.

:-: Professor G. W. Michaels!, of Logans- with, spectators, who enjoyed the. gay, EAU GALLIE. i I office front, and it will add very much to - -----

I \ port, Ind., is a familiar figure on our scene and the fine music. M r. Potter's new boat, Mephisto, is in the neatness of the store. GEO.President.M. R.BBixs, F. A. )fOilUS

;, ; streets. He has a fine orange grove just the waters of Indian river.C. Actuary.BREVAED .
t The makes his The Plaza was the scene cf a pleasant Stepped Into Live ..
; north of town. professor Ainsworth has CoaI."When
\ wedding on Tuesday at 5:30. It returned from a hunting / __ _,
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Plaza .v
: at The Rockledge. ,
l. headquarters was private, only friends of the parties trip on the St. Johns river. a child I burned my foot fright
Rev. R. N. Andrews was called to Rock- and THE STAR Mrs. F. K. fully," writes W. H. Eads, of Jonesville, Abstract of Title
representative being
pres Colby killed a rattler while Va., "which caused horrible leg sores for ... ...........
afternoon to officiate at -
f f: .. 'I- ledge on Tuesday ent. It was held in the parlor of The on the way to the ocean beach last week. 30 years, but Bucklen's Arnica Salve. -- ---- ----
t a wedding which occurred at The Plaza. COMPANYWill
Plaza and the
ceremony performed by The Wliarf club kodaked wholly cured me after everything else
: The high contracting parties were Mr. i Rev. R. N. Andrews, of Cocoa. The par- by Mrs. Potter. was The lense Monday failed." Infallible for burns, scalds, cuts, .1 furnish abstract* of title
f I Edward B. Isett and Miss Ora Smith, ties are all from Pennsylvania. The strain. stood the sores, bruises and piles. Sold by Wilson for lands iu Brevard coautj.

I both of Bell Wood, Pa. groom.was Mr. E. B./Issett, and the bride & Son and J. B. Screven. 25c. 5 OFFICE UNDEE LAW OFFICE or

f. : No one whp visits this section in winter Miss Ora Smith. The young lady was I I The shelling of the county road is being GEO M. ROB IXs. TITUSVILLE. YLt.d .
pushed on as fast as wind and weatherwill
I gets more out of their sojourn here than touring Florida with her friends, Dr. and I allow.!
Dr. and Mrs. :ftiBo], of New York city. ROBBINS
E. S. Randall is chief pilot of the Banana

They enjoy to the full whatever comes
their and their generosity with lOCI river line of steamers. He bears his & .
-. A DOG honors well far.
1 S S their fine launch makes other happy as so MiLm ( )\

well. / Rehearsals daily for the Spinster's Convention CO.

I Numerous fires have been started along coming off on Monday next, in (Incorporated. Paid up Capital $25,000.00))

the railroad, and our citizens have toI Kick a dog and he bites Km Gal he's hall. This company owns lands siXN.: I

keep a constant watch for fear that some you. Major Jordan has pulled his garden in the Indian River Country .

I time one will get the start and sweep the He bites and kick him. safely through the cold weather so far. on the St. Lucie River,

I I town. The grass and shrubbery along you you Give us a tip, major. at New River, and on Bis. ,

I. 1. the railroad are very dry and easy to catch The more you kick the more Major Clark still keeps up the record of cayne Bay. i

,from flying sparks from the engine. his duck shooting, and never returns froma PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.Send if

l Miss Lizzie Hughlett entertained a he bites and the more he bites trip empty handed. for land list. f

) large number of her young friends on The yawl Princess is now in commission OFFICES AT . -
4 4 Wednesday evening at S o'clock, the occasion the more. you kick. Each and looks like a brand new vessel. TITUSVILLE AND MIAMI. --' yti'v

being her fifteenth birthday anni- Spiller did the painting. :/ll/"rt
; versary. Miss Lizzie has celebrated her makes the other ,worse. THE MOST COMPLETE

; 0 birthday by giving her young friends a Every orange grove owner is busy fertilizing Wrecked :
A thin this month. Some of the trees Electrical
r general good time ever since she was body makes thin are
Your home and
j I three years old. She is very popular with showing quantities of blossoms. Supplyand should be protected property' by....

1 f everyone. Dainty refreshments were blood. Thin blood makes a Mrs. S. E. Barbonr is building a packing

I 1 served and games played. Miss Lizzie house in her new orange jiroveon the Insurancefrom

received a number of nice and valuable thin body. Each makes the Ean Gallie river. Many improvementshave

presents from numerous friends. been made on this beautiful property ConstructionHouse CYCLONES FIRE. LIUHTNING. The I

Everyone is grumbling at the mail other worse. If there is goingto since its change of ownership.A pen e U small (um pared ei-tu
I the risk of
'.: service given at Cocoa by the East Coast be a change the very pleasant evening was given by like this. Wntt a ptUotrupby to or ask
i railway. The mails leaving this place are help must :Mrs. G. F. Ensey: of Tropic, last week in INT THE SOUTH. &

1 large, and the bag is too full often for the come from outside. honor of her guest, Miss Edith Sollee: of 000 Sdrayler BranniDg, Titu YII., ,
I i catcher to get a good hold on it, and several Jacksonville. Among those present from ooo for reiibIw information.

i'I times the bag has been thrown down Scott's Emulsion is the right Eau Gallie were Mrs. Gilbert, MissRoch- Electrical Supplies, Dry Batteries, __ rates, {>tl'.. etr . . : '_ _ f

: to the ground and the train went on without sler, Miss HOII son, :Miss Beach, Miss Sal Ammoniac Batteries, Samson'

I ., "it. This is a great detriment to the I help. It breaks up such a Stickney, Miss COlin, Messrs. J. E. and Batteries, EliiilJn LaLande Batter EAST COAST MEAT MARKET.G. .

merchants and other business people of H. U. Hod son, Gilbert and Taylor. A ies, Holtzer-Cabot Sparking Magnetos -
Cocoa. There is but one remedy-that combination. First it sets the most enjoyable evening was spent by the All for Gas Engine lunition. F. DDREN, Agent,

t is a petition generally signed by theP stomach Eau Gallie contingent, which returnedvia Supplies for above carried in stock.
Then it
people to the postmaster general for right. enriches steamer Spartan about. a. in. 000

better service. This would undoubtedly the blood. That Florida
I. The ladies of Eau Gallie purpose to put 000
bring an order from the department for on the boards a play entitled) the -- ':
if'1 '! the pill8tt'1"S :
fr I the trains to atop at Cocoa and take the strengthens body and it Convention. Mrs. Florida. Electric Co., aid
( Stickney, Mis. :
mails properly. begins,to grow new flesh. Canfield, :Mrs. Pingrey, Mrs. Ainsworth, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. ijit \WrstmIfats

it, ':Mrs. I'otterIrs.: Nesbitt :lissIcIillan: : -- --- '- .-- - -. -- -, --
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ROCKLEDGE.Mr. strong body makes rich %
:Miss Rochsler, Miss Hodgson, :Miss Coon, K L. MOTLOW
I Itt
I .. Copping, father of Mrs. McDowell, blood and rich blood makes a Miss Beach, Miss Stickney, Messrs. Gilbert

a is very ill. body. Each makes I H. U. Hodgson and Stickney and jp i "f !II

I ':, i; t "' Miss Estelle Boyett, of Minis, is visiting strong the others are in the- rasfp_.....w.... Tho-.." A",'''tUUI n1nn'o;' KiD

I I ); I f: -.:: .. her brothers, Walter and Clarence. other better. This is the way fun will be made the success of the sea. .

I '- :<\ Mr. J. Edward McKey is off for a trip Scott's Emulsion puts the thin be son.spared.No trouble Doors, expense, or push will

II I i to Havana. His wife is located at the I I dpen on Monday eve Titusvllle Florida.
11 1 New Rockledge. body on its feet. Now it can ECZEMA REMEDY. .

'1 1" Mr. A. L Marsh, proprietor of Hotel get along by itself. No need ORLANDO, FLA., October 2, 1001. TOWS OIIIUNANCE.

; Indian River visited St. Augustine on The Hancock Liquid Sulphur Co. Be it ordained by the town cooad) tktl
business Tuesday. medicine Gentlemen: I take pleasure in recommending the as follows fire ordinance: be amended so a* to riii

: Mrs. H. J. Rossiter and Mrs. 0. F, Carter This picture represents "Hancock's Liquid Sulphur" to Sec. 1. That no person shall light, we .
) t the Trade I anyone suffering with eczema. I have bam any pressure gasoline lamp, or
entertained the Palmetto club on Wed Mark of Scott's had ftmmn
it for
ten fifteen
or years; have tried vapor lamp within the tire limits of the tarnof
i nesday afterroon, and, as usual;the crowd' Emulsion and is on the many remedies, and found no relief until Titusville.

: : was jolly one. s-I wrapper of every bottle. I was induced to try your "H. L. S." I Sec. 2. Any person convicted of yW--
I Have used tTh'- section one of this ordinance shall Wed .....
only it short .
a while
Miss May Cresson.Ui! hustler for' the and am
. r.i Send for free wnpJe.z now almost by fine of not over fKX, or iatpritoM4 .-
entirely I can truthfully
: St. Augustine Evening Record, was in -: over sixty days or by both said floe aM ill.
-2 that after _
.. SCOTT & BOWNE say fifty years as practising at the discretion
prisonment of tie
: town a few hours on Friday, leaving by = m jr.
-I .11 : 1 Pearl physician that Jour "Liquid Sulphur is FINE WHISKIES Sec. 3. This urdinance shall go hMO 4IIIIiet
3 :\ evening train for Palm Beach. 409, St.. New York. the most wonderful remedy for eczeJl18 WINES, BRANDIES,I immediately.

.- The hotels are filling" up rapidly. To Soc.' nd- -ll druggists. :I have,ever known. Yours respectfallyl. GINS( BOTTLED BEERS. J. M, Dlxo Mtyo
:ra--F I I - -- and COCOA. Passed and a proved l c. 3rd, 1Ol.4 .
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