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: March 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).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00075901
Volume ID: VID00616
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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; : ng, 'trimming'' seems' to be4laceand ('Longitude -Degree, MORGAN.
r' f::$ IOLLD1E8'ROMEt WEiR , LINDSAY & r
i : : flowers and foliage. When the trim i A degree, of, ,longitude varies from .

Is be else is down to lrmiles '
t.'" .j- '. ming to foliage, 'nothing 682 miles on the equator
, : s::,"Y-;" Some Pretty and 'Comfortable. Home added but many of the roses have 'In latitude SO' degrees north or Reliable Dealers in Reliable

ti, t.t .ti ,<">:i .'.,,. .'',.,''. -Gowns.... of- few 'Material leaves and buds, :especially in trailing south-. .
) ,f' :t" f ,'Special Correspondence.] lues. Crush :roses without leaves are

: :lif; KEW YOKE March 4.After all, :the much: liked and are placed between Water Peddler*. ,
water peddlersgo
In northern China hot
{ > dresses, worn, by women at their ownr rolls'and drapings-of malines or some about with a whistling kettle the We have the largest: and most select li of Furniture and Carpets, Mattings aM
;'.. :; homes during the days are of more importance , other lace but the most of: the lace which enables us to
whistle announcing that the ,water Is at Shades. in the city. Our goods are bought in large quantities, I '
: : than few festive used the bats Is of the lightest.kind.
: j':.:: .the and ornate on ety
i ; : o boiling point. When they hear the get lower rites. Can 'positively sell l you better goods at lower prices than any
tJ y: ones put on to show to the multitude The general trend seems to delicacy with'their.lea. .

.---,. : : under the glare 'of''' the gaslight and grace. Some hats are trimmed whistle and, .tbeleople buy enough run ho't water for in this section. .. :

t }', 'A true lady takes as good care of Tier with holly berries, ,and others ,with pots .v' -
< their day's tea. ,__-J ;; ,
's' .5 appearance at ,home even on a rainy: fruits, such as cherries, currants andgrapes. S

': (., afternoon as when she is.on dress parade It Is. rather strange"to .see Beware of'Ointments for Catarrh that Contain Baby Carriages '

') !! "r "; Her ments'may, be'plain.and fruits on, spring hats, but "sich Is woman. Mercury, I w y 1 x

i. simple, but they may dllso be neat and ." OLIVE TTA>srles.. as mercury will surely destroy the sense of -\YD- t

: tasteful. Too many women: when Headache often'results from a disordered smell and completely derange the whole sys- 'i
caught unawares at home be tem when entering it through the mucous
may :
z of the stomach and constipation
condition -
surfaces. Such articles should never be used Go Carts.
.. 1 found- In. an old. -and faded kimono- or a of the bowels. A dose or two of except on prescriptions from reputable physi-

most untidy wrapper We cannot be" Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets cians, as the damage they will do is tenfoldto .
Th '
," dressed up at all'times' but we can be will correct these disorders and cure the good you can possibly derive fromtt r=; i.a .
: > Sold Wilson &Son. em. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufacturedb* : jC
the headache. by
and have
clean whole garments. ; se4e
in stock to E
F. J. Cheney& Co., Toledo 0., eonrairs no Over 50 new designs

j ; ;}: useful ,woolen. goods. available that ones No Red Tape. upon the blood and mucous surfaces of 1. =
: .., :'- feels like' 'mentionIng' 'thern ,first. The British veteran gets his service the system. In buying Hall's Catarrh Cure = Reclining Go Carts rubber tired wlwefeami ;:
find' medal without the Intervention of a be sure you get the genuine. It is taken internally t From $8.00
t Among them we many exceedingly parasols, up.
i and is made in Toledo, Ohio, by F.
pretty clan plaids In Scotch twills In pension attorney.A J.Cheney & Co. Testimonials free. Nice Carriages, upholstered in fiae ew-

the more subdued colorings. These are Jl &SoId by druggists;price, 75c.per bottle.Halls S
Big Difference. Family Pills are the best. duroys, $1000.When .
excellent for wear and will stand several -
visits to the laundry. They never i The quartz extracted from Austra- you need Carriage or Go Cart,
;. .-t'r S ,change In .c6': r. Therefore they are lian and Californian gold mines wouldbe A Persian Plant. 1o.71. write us, stating price, and we will seed
.', Anise, the odor of which is such an j
t especially valuable for house gowns enough to build 150 pyramids of Cheops catalogue.
attraction to bees, i.l a Persian plant
_ > : and for children's clothes. Plaid makes ,'but all the gold could be put in a
20 15 feet. and one of the eldest medicinal! spices. Solid Oak Bedroom Suits ......... .................. ..:..................*.. $15 00
e'desirable house that it wears room 40 feet. by by
t' The seeds are used as a condiment and Solid Oak Sideboard Swell Front French 1irror..u........ 15 00
+ = so well, keeps clean so lopg and requires ,
} so little, trimming. Given the Preserving Steel. confectionery and (in the manufactureof Solid Oak Dining Table, 6 feet, long........ .... ........................ 5 00

proper colors, a plaid dress is stylish. Steel that ,Is exposed to the weather liquors and cordials.! ,Solid Oak Cane Seat Dining Chairs-Set ...... ........ .............. 5 QD

i One of the Scotch twills\ is represented may be kept from rust by having a Beautiful Linen Shade, with Fringe.................... ................. 50

j In the illustration, the colors being thorough coating of copal varnish. The Vital Fluid. Nice Matting, new figures, per yard............. ............. ............ 35j
H: The blood is a colorless liquid in
t \\1. ; dark brown and fawn with a center Chronic Diarrhoea. 9Ste our ad. in Savannah Press and News
which little red globules are floating.
stripe of dark red and here and there a
f' Mr C. B. Wingfield, of Fair Play, Mo., Every drop of it contains about 1,000- 112 Broughton St. West SAVANNAH GA.
thread of yellow. The thread is more ,
who suffered from chronic dysentery for 000 of the globules: and they are susceptible ,

: suspected than seen. The skirt is cutIi' thirty-five years, says Chara!>erain's! Colic of division into smaller glob- - ,
with a seam down the front, which Cholera and Diarrhoea did
Remedy ules still.
:: i. brings the design on the bias. ,There him more good than any other medicinehe IT Gri I "THE EAST COAST OP FLORIDA I. ,}

t. Is a shaped flounce with three bands of had ever used. For sale by Wilson & The Vice of Nagging Jiteoot! is PARADISE REGAINED." I IliW1'FLORIDA

wide hercules braid with corded edges. Son. Clouds the happiness of the home, buta ,

The.braid Is black. nafrjuus woman often needs help. She V( r iMay li' '- '-

r The waist is a pretty blouse with a Profeislonal Advice may l he so nervous anti run down in .

L crush belt made of brown. silk. A small Miss Oldham-Doctor, how shall I healtlf that trifles annoy her If she is EAST. COAST RAILWAY.

} R place In: let into the neck of the waist' prevent my hair from becoming gray? melancholy, excitable, troubled with loss

I S made of the silk. The sleeves are the Doctor (gruffly)-Go lock yourself In of appetite, headache, sleeplessness, constipation

_ ) latest and best liked of the variations your room and dye.-chlcago News. needs Electric,and fainting Bitters,or the dizzy most spells wonderful she- LOCAL TIME CARD No. 38. In Effect January 15, 1902 '

i on the bishop. The sleeve is cut all one remedy for ailing women. Thousandsof

width from top to bottom, but the top The Difference. sufferers from female troubles, nervous SOUTHBOUND-READ DOWN. NORTHBOUND-READ UP.Condensed .

t Is made to conform to the shape of,the The bee stings once and then troubles, backache and weak kidneys

} ,i arm by means of tucks, which break' The May slanderer never sting day again.after dar have used it, and become healthy and 'No.99:.No.29:.No.23\.No.35\ MAIN LINE. \-No.78:.No.74 No.28\.No.98 f'

-J ,.S_ Off a trifle below the elbow and forma la wanton malice stings away. happy. Try it. Only 50c. J. B. Screvenguarantees

--Chicago Tribune satisfaction.The B20p1255p 765s. I 7OOp / lOp 9 60p 100& i
\ ....... ...... 948a .....50. J&cksonville..Lv 8 e3p ..... .. ....... .. ... .
J' A Printer Greatly Surprised. Barber Pole. 930p 2CQp 900s1055e ......St.A.ugustins...... 5 3p 8101' 863p 86Oa f.
....... ...... .......II27a .. 64p. .... . ...... ....... it.
; . "I never was 60 much surprised in my The barber pole has been used as a 1013 p 2 tO p 940 a ?t 42 a. .......East 'es p 5 Z5 p a 05 p 6 Ob aq
\ life I with the results of sign for nearly 500 years. When first e ....... ....... lSp ........ Neoga. ....... O 251' ....... .... ... ....... td qa
I' I i as was using ....... ....... .......13 31p .........Bnnens.......... 'lip ..... ..... . ....... =- .
Chamberlain's Pain Balm," says HenryT. used it told the public that the owner 1-I ....... ..... .......12 37p ..........Dupont ......... 'OSp .... . .. .. . ....... S
.. .. Cook, pressman of the Asheville (X.C.) was a surgeon as well as a barber. h 11251' 343pl04'1a 105p .........Ormond......... 32p 171'Olp 450a p1136p C
"I contracted 3pl066a IISp .........Daytona......... 331p 408p U2p 48Qa a
a, Gazette. a severe case ofrheumatis ....... ...... ...... 128 P ......Port Ora.nge....... 3 21p . ... . . . iI
j } n early last winter by gettingmy Soak Them. c:: 12 03e 411p1119a 1 46 p .......New Smyrna. ...,... 3 OZp 345 p G 3Op 412a o
feet wet.. I tried several things for it o ..... . ..... .. ..... :2 C9 V ......... Oak Hill......... 2 38i : . . .. . ..... n:
In the case of aH dried i beans peas 12 65 a 6 03 12 07p Titusville 2 58 p 6 45 816 aa ,
It without benefit. One day while lookingover and such vegetables a long soaking in . .p i a ::::::::..,Cocoa ..:::::::: f H . . .p .
\ the Gazette, I notized that Pain 0 148& 15 63 p 12 60p 333p ....... Rockled e........ 111250 U'p 'e5p 228& .
Balm Wag positively guaranteed to cure cold water previous to cooking (is absolutely ....... 6 23p ....... 4 221' ........Ea.u Gallie. ...... 12 23 1 Up 4 Up ....... l
) rheumatism bottle of and necessary. Root vegetables that t:= ....... G 3Jp ...... 430p ........)Ielbourne........ 12 lap 13ap 'Up .......
1 itT so bought/ a it, n ....... ...... ....... 503p ........SSebastian. ..... 1136& ....... ..... .. ....... t3
rt before using two thirds of it my rheumatism have become dry are also much Improved ....... ....... ...... 156p .........St. Lucie......... 1047& ...... .. ... . ....... 1k
"-' ij had taken its flight and I have not if put *o soak in cold water. 3 bT a 146p 23Sp G C511 ....... Fort Pierce ....... 1040& 1219p 300 p 1319&
J to i had rheumatic since." ....... .. ....... G lip .......'Vhite City........ 102\\8.\ ....... ... .... .......
.SI l a pain Sold by -- ....... ':ga 04 ...... 626p ..........Tibbals.......... 101aa.... ... .. ..... .......
i I Wilson & Son. This Will Interest Maiiy. ....... .::.:: ....... 633p ..........Eden........... 1608& ....... ....... .......
....... 9g ....... 635p .........-Jensen.......... 10 WI!. ....... ... .... .......
An Underground Lake. Botanic Blood( Balm (B. B. B), the fa- = ....... ; t ....... G 45p ...... Stuart ...... 8 5'N ') a ...... ....... .......
mous southern; blood purifier, quicklycures ...... o2":s. ....... 7171' .......Hopesound........ 923a ....... ....... ....... I
I 1t At Eucla, in Australia, a subterra cancer, blood poi on, pimples, boils, O.26....... z o3 ....... 730p ......Nest Jupiter ...... 911 a ..... . .... .. ....... -N o.H
: nean lake has been found at a depth of carbuncles ulcers, eating scrofula b40a c"6 415p 805p Ar..WestPalmBeach.... 835a1045a "pl'033p
Fores, '; .Hotel Poinciana.. 10 35& f0
5 50a :! ;.Jc. 425p S 15p Royal 8 2ia 115p'10 p
I 800 feet with a comparatively inexhaustible eczema, aching i l bones, joints or hack, 030a 600ai-\i\ l 435p 825p Lv..TheBreakers...... 82Oa1080a. 11 p l0l'p 80 p
{ supply of water. rheumatism, ,catarrh, and all blood and 9 I 35 a 6 05 a &;: u 4 40 p 8 30 p .Hotel Royal Polndana. 810 a 10 2\J a lOOp 10 0'p 600 P !
945a 615a. 920p 4S0p 840p ... .west Palm Beach..Ar 800alOOa1350p 9 65 p 5 O p 1
t. skin troubles. B. B. E. heals every sore 10 07a ...... ....... ...... 909p .........Boynton . ....Lv 785a.... ... ..... .... ... 521p
Infantry. and makes the blood pure and rich. B. 10598- ...... .. ... .. .......10 C1p ...... Lauderdale..... 0BSa. ...... ..... ..... .. tOp
p. B. B., the finest blood purifier made. 1139a ..... . .. . .... .10 41p .....Lemon City. ... . 5bSa ... ... ..... . .... .. 431p1145a
f. The term "infantry" was first used 'I Oa1110-p eOpl060p Ar. .....Miami..Lv 550a 82Oall00a aoop 400 P
Druggists, $1 Trial treatment free by
.; by the Spaniards in the wars with the writing Blood Balm Co., Atlanta, Ga. 3 Schedule Between Jacksonville and St. Augustine.
Moors to designate the bodyguard of a
:F 1ti 4' .' royal prince or Infanta. It was extended Pyny-Balsam Relieves Bight Away JACKSONVILLE TO ST. AUGUSTINE.No.23'No.27 t
7 and makes a speedy end of coughs and colds.
to the entire body of foot soldiers .. -- 4 ,| I'. I- I I !' I. I. I Irto.29ItNo.31tNo.37i 1
I ----- -- No.43 No.93 ko.99lNo.16Lv.
: 'LA and finally adopted throughout i:

I I Europe. HEALTH Jacksonville........... 7 55 al] 9 00 a l 9 40 a855al 12 55Pa! 33p 3 C9pTo9pToipi' 8 20 830?
Ar. St. Auffustine.......... !I <) 00 a 10 50 a 155 JI 3 30p: 4C9p513pl! 9S5p93fl| 93flp

Having a Run on Chamberlain's Cough INSURANCE I ST. AUGUSTINE TO JACKSONVILLE.
I emedy.
The man who insures his life Is i 1No.92 1 1 1 '
) 1 Ff. Between the hours of eleven o'clock a. wise for his family. -No.98i- No.6:i No.44!; N 0.36! -No.7 8,-No.14, No.301-No.2Q

'..,1 m. and closing time at night on January25th Lv. St. Aug'Ustlne......... 6 50 a.---1-1-----8 00 8 811 a:, 8 5: 11.111 10 a 11 4a a 5 53 p; Gnp' 3O p 8 !lOp
: 1901, A. A. Clark, druggist Glade The man who insures his health Ar. Jacksonvillp........... 7508 9 OOa 915= 11.10 t, ai12 to a 12 iOI p' 7 03 PI, 71 p 7 3Op. 9101'
Spring, Va, sold twelve bottles of Cham is wise both for his family and
: f berlain's Cough Remedy. lIe says: "I himself. SCHEDULES OF BRANCH LINES.
S ft never handled a medicine that sold betteror
t PRETTY HOUSE DRESS. gave better satisfaction to my cu-tom- You may insure health by guarding JACKSONVILLE TO 11IAYPORT. PALATKA TO EAST PALATKA.STATIONS. .

t'r a puff. The cuff Is made with round ers." This has been i'n I I I I ,-
remedy generaluse it. It is worth guarding.At I No.5 tNo.l1iNo.19lNo.21': : STATIONS. I-No.47 .No.49"No.511-No.53'No.67
about tucks in this instance, but each in Virginia for many years, and the
r pair of sleeves differs from the others people there are well acquainted with its the first attack of disease, Lv. Ja k""nille... 8 1$1)a G 13 p'l1' 10 a 2 00p Lv.1'aIutka.'I" 15 11,11, la; a, 215 }'I 4 p06 .
8.Ja.cksonville., 8 33a: G 231 'a 2 03p S 3 .,_35a; 2 33pl i 55 P 0 Zp
: according to personal taste. But thee excellent qualities. :\lallyof them have which generally approaches Pablo 'llch.... 9 10a 5 55p It) 50 a 247p
main idea is to have the bishop, with testified to the remarkable cures which it through the LIVER and mania Atlantic> 91=; a 7 COp19! ra 24jp EAST PALATKA TO PALATKA.Ar. .
has effected. When need a good reliable 3laypurt: ) . .."..! 9 ilU Ilj; 7 151 Ill, 10:11, 3 OJ H" ---
you "
the fullness brought to the forearm. fests itself in innumerable way: STATIOXii. 'No.46'No.48 No.50.-0.52 --N0.5
medicine for a cough or cola, or attack MAYPORT TO JACKSONVILLE.I, I I _
The whole design is one which can be of the grip, use Chamberlain's Cou;!'} TAKE Lv.E.P'I'tkaI8 UI' \9 V a'11 l !Ia 2 Up; 5 HpSUTIOXS.
i 4 made up in almost any kind of woolen Remedy and you are certain to be mure 'No.6 I!i-No.18 t--I f:;:No.20! Ar. Palatka.. III).) 11 IH a 12 O3 p, 3 C7 pi 666 11Lv.

material or in the cotton goods for than pleaded with the quick cure which it May port .. ..... 6ij a 4 S i)113o a SAN MATEO BRANCH.
later in the season. It is just such a aflords. For tale by Wilson:: tit Son. Atlan tic Beach. 6 50 a 5 OJ p,11, 4i a

1 model as will appeal to any sensible utt's Pills i S.Jacksonville.l'abloBeach.... 6 72711.a5 a :5 J37pI12 C5pIl,;; au 2p a. .No.57'-No.45'1 I I I! STATIOn. I I.Ne.46-No.&S___

: woman. Deer and Ale. An Jack envilIe... 7 3v; a 5 5 p:12;: 30 p 6 3S pi, j 45' !LIL v. .E. Pa.l/.Ltk. .Art b 35 7 "p
r' Among the best goods for making To brew a barrel of lager beer one SANFORD BRANCH. 6 5S pi 8 05 a.Ar. San Mateo L\ rs lj a'' 706 p

,4 pretty and serviceable home dresses are and one-half bushels of malt are used: And save your health. ORANGE CITY BRANCH.

all wool cashmeres fine cheviots, silk ---- ------ -- .No.1t STA.TIO. 'No.12 .
to brew a barrel of ale four and one- '.
is -No.3 No.1: 8UTIox No.2 No.4
P warp henriettas, soleils, satin finish half bushels of malt are required.The .....FOR..... '10:>a I .......... ...........\ 120 p : i718a I
r etainines. melrose satin A Shave and Hair Cut ............... 1ims..i 1C7p 353j, 10lva'Lv. . ; .}rua..Ar1tOp 1 638p
prunellas, a 833 a .............. Otee ..............111 52 p 4 3-1 ,1121; a .Lake Helen.:12: I5 5 2bOa P
panne cloths, tailor cloths and poplins, Primrose.! 85.) a. ............Enrerpme............111 t45pl139a..OranReCity. .. .,1245p 608p930aAr.
... .... ...........Sanford..Lvhlua: 4.0n l :) Ar..O-.
but poplins are never very good to Primrose was at first the prime rose .GO TI.:' 1llI Cily.Il! L.12.: pi604p l
wear. Challie and the pretty printed or the first rose that opened in spring. CarI'uthel'S' -::' = -=:- *Daily. $Daily except Sunday. JDaily except Monday. :'iS nday olny.
't Trains do not stop at stations opposite no time is abown.
I flannels and some of the plain flannels
Barber Shop These Time Tables show the times at which trains may be expected to ariiv*' and depart
are also worth making. Camel's hair Zanzibar Commerce. ..... from the several stations, but their arrival or departure at the times stated is not guaranteed,

may be said to be in the second class In Zanzibar cotton goods form the None but experienced work-1 nor therefrom.does the Company hold itself responsible for any delay or any coaaeuueiicw ariainz
L>-t1 low. chief article of commerce. Gray clothis men employed, and perfect I ARrm.

The new cottoq cheviots are the prettiest sold to a very large extent under the satisfaction guaranteed......., I Peninsular and Occidental Steamship l Connections at Miami.

i of anything in that line ever offered name of "americaui." Printed cotton J. L. CAEKUTHKES,Proprietor

.' and more suits will be seen this kerchiefs, worn by the native women BETWEEN MIAMI, KEY WEST AND HAVANA.

". coming summer than can be counted. and called '"kangas always find a Corn and Oats HighTRY MIAMI-NASSAU LINE. ..

i f- They are made: firm and with a solid ready sale. Commencing January 6, 1902.\

\ body. At the same time they are flexible Lv Miama, Mons.,Thurs...............11 30 p I Lv. Nassau, Weds.,Sa.ts..H O >t
t. and easy to make. They are'%fadeless -' Mrs. C. E. VanDeusen, of Kilbourn, Ar.Nassau,Tues.,Fris..... 3 OupjAr.I Miami, Thurs., San3.................. itts
and will not shrink. Wis., was afflicted with stomach trouble Commencing February 3, 1&V2.\
tell how and constipation for a long time. She P.URINAFEED Lv. Miami,Mons.,Weds., Fris....... .....3 00 p I Lv. Nassau, Tues.,Thura. Sat-s..3 00tUOO
Words cannot very dainty says: "I have tried many preparations, Ar Nassau,Tues.,Thurs., Ba.ts..6 30 a I| Ar. Miami, Wed3., Fris.,Sons............,.$ 00. s
1 and pretty the linens are. Some of but none have done me the good that MIAMI-HAVANA DIRECT LINE.

f them are a mass of fine embroidery andso Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets Commencing January 1, 1902.

fine and transparent that the lining have." These tablets are for sale at Wil- for Lv.Miami,Suns.,Weds, ... 30 p I Havana,Tues.,Fris................ a'a:
I would show through the mesh. Natu- son & Son's drug store. Price, 25 cents. Ar.Havana, Jlona.,Thurs.......... I 5 00 po''Lv.| MiamiWeds.: ,8ats................ $ 00*
ral colors are best liked though quite Samples
,ON ALL UICKe, Lv.Miami,Mon.,Wed.,Fri.. .............1130 P Lv. Havana, Mon., Wed....................2 hOp
I a number have been at least partially Ar. Key West,Tues.,Thurs., Sat.......... 2 30 pAr, Key West, Mon,. Wed.................9 lOp
bleached. TORIA. Working Lv.Key West Tues., Fri., Sun .........12 00 n't I Lv. Key West, Tues.. Thurs., Sat..3 3'p
P,t The Kind You Have Always Bought8ignatara Ar.Havana, Wed., Sat.:, Mon .. ........... 800a Ar. :Miami, Wed., Fri., Sun .... . ... .. .....5004
The new hats are being made as fast Bears tie ..

as the nimble fingers of the milliners Sto For copy of Local Time Card address any Agent.

_. __:., can fig for the openings. The Prevail1r of r J.-D'lU.HNEB. Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent, ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA
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Innocent vwltb"tow . .
youth; : colored One ton of steam shipping equals - -- ,
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-i' -- -- -
Ite lalr.,'who:has spread himself,"catsccr- four of sailing snipping that Is to say - n' ..,,_ -- ,
N Independent i
'American '
.- ; In Citizen. nered" over' ,two seats. He has "takenoff'1 a steamer can carry four times as
A t' a Bleeping: Car. ". one of",his unaccustomed 'patent nuch 'given distance la s MNMaRIM ammm a
cargo any
/ .' t [Special Correspondence. L
Try. Ow'THE'ROAD,TO OMAJIA, March] 3We : eathers. ,:to, ease this foot a Uttie, and year. as'a sailing, ship. can.V. CASTOBIAV
the foot rests upon :the-aisle arm of a ." VV -I.
are In a sleeping 'car. .All.! :Is cold; seat: It is incased In'the, fiercest ,red Rice a. a Food.: '

9utsicle. Holy saints, how cold it is1! and! white, crossbarred barber pole -' It has been positively ascertalned'by

lit.: Inside oar. car all 'Is warmth. A,little locking: that' evgr human eye ,beheld. expert chemical analysis. that.rice contains ? For Infants and Children. .

:old man with a round, pugnacious'1'ootng \ The sudden.snore, the foot, the barber more*nutritive'elements than any '

if ) ,head covered with white hair,'cropped pole ,stocking, the sleeping youth with other grain. It will sustain'life betterand :
{ .' close, so, close that It stands, up tow colored ha restore us/all to good longer than any other cereal,a fact. The Kind You Have

'j.'i ,bristly and aggressive, llke himself. humor. Then- the. little old man says: well known throughout' the eastern
f ; -
"Porter bring me an orange. I've got ; countries from time ImmemoriaL = ,
f. calls to the = .
porter. j -
Always BoughtUears here all 1
d. day. ilLf I II !' MII iIII I1111' II ? i 111V/ I''
} "I, ;say!_ Haven't you a'little table to SUSAN PEPPEB. The Purest Chinese. Ji}egetablePreparationfoTAsslmflating -

put up here before me. I've, got to ,The purest Chinese Is spoken at -Nan tfaeloodfindRegula-
,' *, \ La grippe coughs yield quickly the
work all
day. kin and Is called "the language of the the Stomachs andBoweb of the
wonderful curative qualities of Foley's tiBg
The table Is little mandarins.
brought The, old \
Honey and Tar. There is nothing else a
j man spreads out before him .a manu' 'justasgood." For sale by Wilson Son.Hanby's .

script and cons, it o'er and o'er. 'A: A Good Cider Preservative SignaturePromotes
Gr ve. Calcium sulphite (sulphite of lime) ---
physiognomist would say he is a health
Benjamin Russell author of fulaessandllest.Containsneittler-
Hanby DigestioltC
Is now being largely used by professional -
U iCrank and is 'h'is
preparing address fort
the, famous ballad, "Darling Nellie
cider makers to prevent fer- of
either the bean eaters' or the one meala Gray," Is buried at Westerville, 0., mentation in cider. About oneeighthto DtoiunuMorphine nor Mineral.

1 ; day folks' convention. In that ear twelve miles from Columbus. NARCOTIC.
one-quarter of an ounce of the sul NOT

,only one upper 'berth ,Is-occupied, and phite is required for one gallon of cIder ...

It is the one in which the little bid man Racing In Scotland says The Practical Druggist. It
The earliest notice of in Scot-
,has the'lower. Such is tater The man racing should first be dissolved in a small 1aa4e'O l1i WgGzzn1CEL4
land occurs daring the reign of James
of the upper berth comes In from the quantity of cider, then added to the PumfJan SeelAoiit&td -
IV. In 1504. On. 15 in that
April year lx..rllllll6>#
smoker. He tries to sit down In his bulk and the whole agitated until thor- B -
the lord high treasurer of Scotland
place. The little old man's table oughly mixed. The barrel should then I n
notes in his accounts payment of a VB
crowds him out. He scowls and paces be bunged and allowed to stand for (Q.c6G1'
sum of 18. shillings "to the boy that
the aisle No good. He complains tot ran the king's horse" at Leith. several days until the action of the sul formfeed,:..

the conductor In a ,voice he;means the phite is exerted. use

j little old man to overhear and paces
{ ThatV What It ,Is. Paper Teeth.
Remedy for Constipation
* on. The little old man overhears and Aperfect
I "What do you think of this Idea of False teeth made from paper are said Sour StoiMch.Diarrhoea,
says to the conductor in a voice he ,
destroying the mosquito with oil?" to last a lifetime.A Worms.Convulsions Jeverish-
means his seat partner to overhear: ror Over
"Crude, isn't itr-Cleveland Plain
t "That man complains because X have ness andLOsS OF SLEEP.
Danish Crown.A _
Dealer. .__..
t :1.t this table here. I have to have ft here Danish
j crown is worth 26.8 cents facsimile of
I till dark. I've got"'to work all day." In this Signature
Foley's Honey and Tar country.
i The conductor can do nothing; no- Cures coughs and colds. -- v Thirty Years

body can do anything. The little, eld Cures bronchitis and asthma. .v, NEW YORK.

man cons on triumphantly halt'an Cures croup and whooping cough. ULi
hour. Then he raises his head and exclaims Cures hoarseness and bronchial'troubles. MJ %

; : Cures pneumonia and la grippe.: For sale
Wilson & *
byAn Son.
"Porter, open the ventilators all ;0I > CASTOIA'cx

through the car. It's boiling hot in
Answer to Keep a Chap Awake.
here. away my appetite. I
He-You will have to go a long way I
and I've got to work aft] day." VV'4
before jou will meet any one who ? THC CENTAWR COMPANY, NEW VOMK CITY.

d 2' The ventilators are opened and the loves you more than 1. # .:i<,'_::::" :, 1.: .:Y: ::: :ff ___":::" .: : t 'fi. t.! jir ;tr -_ .
;' little old man draws a long breath of She-Well I am willing to.-Life. .

relief. .
"Porter roars a voice from the oth
Autumn.Now - ------ -- - ---
Pain in the head and back" is a form .
er end of the car, "shut those ventila is the time when bright leaves all;
tors. The draft pours right down on But. strange enough, this is not all; of suffering with which so many women
The which fill autumn's are familiar. Often this pain is associated
the top of my head, and I can't stand glories cup r ASTHMA CURE FREE I
Work somehow, to make coal go up. with nervousness, sleeplessnessand
it. -Detroit Free Press. loss of dppetite. The cause of such

The voice comes from an ash colored suffering is generally to be traced to

> man in a black necktie. The porter His VieU of It. derangement of the womanly function. Asthmalene Brings Instant Relief and Permanent -

.i: looks knowingly at the conductor, the Saymold Story What was the unluckiest or a diseased condition of the delicate

. t; conductor Icoks knowingly at the por thing that ever happened to womanly organs.In Cure in All Cases.
such the action of Dr. Pierce's
.r''> ter. The conductor smiles a sickly ye? cases ,
s f Goodman Gonrong-Gittin' bornCough Favorite Prescription is marvelous in SCXT ABSOLUTELY FREE RECEIPT OF POSTAL
.r 't
:, worried smile, the porter smiles a merry the prompt relief of pain and permanentcure

, ;: [. smile. of disease. It regulates the periodic WRITE YOUR NAME AND ADDRESS PLAINLY.
I Settled Her Lungs.
'&_ : "It's just the same every trip" says ou function, dries disagreeable drains,

I W the conductor wearily. "One wants all "My daughter had terriblycough heals inflammation and ulceration, and
X. Jack- There is like Asthmalene.It .
which settled on her lungs, says cures temale weakness. It cures when nothing
L t t't, sun, of Danville, III. "We tried a great all other means have been tried in vain. brings instant relief, even in the
leuiediesithont relief, until wegave'her i worst C:1?e:;. It cures when all else fails.
many invited consult Dr.
.. Sick women are to
, ,- Foley's Honey and Tar, which Pierce, by letter, free. All correspondence ,0 rE r The Rev. C. F. Wells of Villa Ridge,
. : (cured her. ilefa-e fcubstituteb. For sale is held as strictly private and Y 111, says: "Your trial buttle of Asthmalene
a Ir by Wilson & Son. sacredly confidential. Address Dr. R. V. received iu good condition. I cannot tell
, f v how thankful I feel for the derived
Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y. you good -
\,' f f Hard Woods. Fierce 's from it. I was a slave, chained with
In little Dr.
a over thirty years V
d putrid sore throat and asthma for ten
The hardest varieties of wood suchas
of of
assisted his staff
nearly a score
years I despaired of ever being cured, I
mahogany, ebony and lignum vitre, has cured more than half a V V
r: physicians, saw your advertisement for the cure of
,+" ,: grow in tropical climates, but their million women. VI this dreadful and tormenting disease,asthma -

= wood does not season as well as that a I was a great sufferer for six ears and doc- and thought you had over&poken your-
I.-.. of trees in the temperate zones. tored all the time with a number of different selves but revived to give it a trial. To
, ....\ physicians, but did not receive any benefit," my astmishmtnt the trial acted like a
writes Mrs. George Sogden, of 641 Bonda street, "
Par charm. Send me a fullsized bottle. :.
1 Forks. Saginaw (South), Mich. none day as I was
i' rea:hnij a paper I saw your advertisement, and. i// /
? c" ""V 1 tV For nearly two centuries In England although I had given up all hope of ever tretting r Rabbi of the Cong. Buai Israel.
only. the kings were allowed to use better thought I would write to :you. When I V New York. Jan. 3,1901.
received your letter, telling me what, to do, I Drs.Taft BrO Medicine Co.
forks. Their subjects had to keep on take 'Favorite Prescrip
commenced to your' Gentlemen! : Your asthuuleue: is an excellent -
: eating with their tion' and follow your advice I have taken ten
pie fingers. Queen remedy for asthma and hay fever,
bottles in all, also five vials of the Heasant
Elizabeth had a jeweled fork, and we Pellets.' Am now regulat after having mused V i and its composition alleviates all troubles
are told that her favorite breakfastwas two years aud suffered with pain in the head : which combine with asthma. Its success is t
and back. I was so nervous, could not eat or I 4/ astonishing and wonderful. After having
4 "a pie of goose. sleep. Now I thank you for my recovery." it carefully analyzed we can state that

Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets cure bib Asthmalene contains no opium, chloroform
\ < cj. Dangers of Pneumonia.A ether
iousness. or Very truly yours,
cold at this time if neirlecied is liable EVERY RINGS REV. DR. MORRIS WECUSLEE.

to cause pneumonia which is so often ,
Avon Springs, NT Y., Feb. t, 1001.
fatal, and even when the patient has recovered RELIEF.
Dr. Taft Broi Medicine Co.
Ct, l the lungs are weakened, making Gentlemen: I write this testimonial from

them peculiarly susceptible to the development a sense of duty, having tested the wonderful effect of your Astbmalene for the cure of asth-

of consumption.! Foley Honey ma. My wife has been afflicted with :spasmodic asthma for the past 12 years. Having exhausted -
and Tar will stop the cough! heal ar.d my own skill as well as many others, I chanced to ste your sign upon your windows
'. I strengthen the lungs and prevent pneu on 130th street New York. I at once obtained a bottle of Astbnialeue. My wife commenced
V monia. For sale hv WiNon & Son. taking it about the first of November. I very soon noticed a radical improvement After
k \, HI.. using one bottle her asthma has disappeared and she is entirely free from all symptoms. I
I m .-- feel that I can consistently recommend the medicine to all who are afflicted with this dis-
Sot "', U1.-t t'.eat'acitt. 1.1ff' 1 tressing disease. Yours respectfully <>. I>. PiiEU'b, M. D.
V "Tu all; )t aduU't-d, to ar.y kind of
a Dr. Taft Bros' Medicine Co.
l\\OTtIERHO@D'lS1.: .
areyuu'r""A Gentlemen: I was troubled with asthma for 22 years. I have tried numerous remedies
: !\. ; ': iraeious. man. I earn a but they have all failed. I ran across your advertisement and started with s trial bottle.
good li\iig; for a family of 8e\'cn.-" The greatest ambition of American r found relief at once. I have since purchased your full-size bottle and I am ever grate-
F'r Detroit Free Press. men and women is to have ful. I have family of four children and for six years was unable to work. I am now iu the
homes blessed] with children. best of health and am doing business every day. This testimony you can make such use of i
r Ire"I'VE The as you see fit. Home address, 235 Rivington street. S. EFIIAEL,
: Has lIel1H d. woman afflicted with female dis- b'7 East 129th st., New.York t'ity.

"I may not be," the smooth banana said, ease i is constantly menaced with
"The fruit forbid that brought in sorrow's bin;
GOT TO WORK HERE ALL DAY Yet I confess that I hate done my share becoming a childless wife. Xo TRIAL BOTTLE SENT ABSOLUTELY FREE ON RECEIPT OF POSTAL.

Toward assisting in the fall of man.Philadelphia." medicine can restore load: organs

the ventilators open and another Time but Wine of \irdui does Du sot delay. Write at once, addressing DR. TAFT B1 OS' MEDICINE CO., 79 East
wants them all shut and we can'tplease 130th St., New York City.mold.
.r For Over Sixty Years. regulate derangements that prevent u
anybody. by All Drug gists.
A lady in a middle section, the best :Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup ha conception : does prevent

k 4 in the car. makes a great to do. been used: for over sixty years by mil miscarriage : does restoreeak -

"I always lions of mothers for their children functions and shattered
bad. she moans. nerve
Y "Oh. I feel so
get so sick traveling always. I while teething with perfect success. Itsoothes and does bring b.ibios tu liomc The Seaboard Air-Line
the child soften* the gums, allays Railway
,' can't go an hour's ride in the cars with-" all pain, cures wind coliand i is the be-t "barren and desolate for \'earVine -. t

out getting awfully sick-awfully sick. remedy for diarrhn.'a. It will relieve the \ of C'ardui rives women the

She says it with an air of satisfaction poor I little sufferer immediately. Sold bv health and strength to bear healthy CAPITAL CITY ROUTE.

', as though being ill on a railway druggists in every part of the world. children. You can get a

train were something to be proud of. Twenty-five cents a bottle Be !sure and" dollar bottle of "Wine of Cardui The Shortest Route. The Bet Line.
though he is ak for "Mrs. Win-lo"sSoothil1gSyrnp: ,
husband l looks as
Her kind from your dealer.WorCIttDW.
and take no ether DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE
proud of her nerves too. lIe Is her ---- --.-.- '

most devoted. lIe brings her water. In Kentucky.Court I Including Sundays.TO .

wine and smelling salts. There is not a Bailiff-lior'in? we proceed 143 Market street.

moment when he is not ancing attendance with the trial the regular collection of : Memphis,Tenn., April 14, 1901. -
Whenever she in- In February, 1901, I took one bottle of
on her. weapons will now be taken.-Chicago wine of Cordui and one package of Savannah, Columbia, Southern Pines
vents some little scheme to make him K Thedord's Black-Draught. I had been ,
he is in the married fifteen years and had never Richmond Baltimore
her Washington
trot on an errand for given birth to a child until I took Wiae ,
3 seventh heaven of happiness. The pas- News.CASTOR of Cardui. Now I am mother of a fine
The sick baby girl which was born March: 31,1901. Philadelphia New York
sengers look admiringly on. I I The baby weighs fourteen pounds and I ,
lady has found out how to keep a bus- \ feel as well as any person could feeL
Now my home is happy and I never will Through Pullman:: Tleeperl
band. For Infants and Children. be without Wine of Cardui:in my house 1

We stop at a crossing. For a minute again. Mrs.J. W. C. SMITH. Only Line Operating Through Pullman Car Service Jacksonville
The Kind You Hae Always Bought
there Is dead silence in our car. Sud- For advice and literature tddrew, giving to New Orleans.For .
broken by a most awful symptoms, "The Ladjei' Adrtgory Depan- further information writeE.
denly It Is nient". The Chattanooga Medicine Company,
Snark! Bears the Chattanooga, Tenn. L. BUNCH, Gen. Pass. Agent. A. 0. MAcDONELL, Asst Gen Pass Agent,
f I
t smiles. Even the ventilator Signature of Portsmouth, Va. Jacksonville' F1a
r Everybody JAS. M. BARK; Vice-president and General Manager, Portsmouth, Va.

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Bok's Lenten Message.Here \
f ,, D.... .Offices over The Indian RiverDrng'C'sstoirstheleadingDragestablish. Ai is the lenten season upon us; t Coughs
D4KINOw season ;given to us for quiet thonght anda
x I meat of the Indian river wuu. ); withdrawal from the things of the

t a WILLIAM HINDLE.-Undertaker and'Em- R world. Could there be a more appropriate -
-1 ; balmer. Bicycles and Sewing Machine sopplies. POWDER. season for just a little reflection? We had deep-seated coughfor
i "My wife a
:, .Tinning and Pipe Fitting ;Repairing
I' ;t', :i" , -of Every Description.Agent Beveridge; AS0 ltELY E ought, in reality, to take an honest accounting three years. I purchased two

I .'. '. r ,. Steam Cooker. '. of ourselves once year, at lea.qt.and bottles of Ayers Cherry Pectoral,
.?- ...:..; t Makes the food more delicious and wholesome twice a year would be none too often large size, and it cured her com
t '
: '. FRANK LIPP-Practical Shoemaker: Forty pletely.
most of There is
'.-.'!;. ,years experience; all kind of repairing .OYM.tAKfftO POtR CO.,MEW YORK. us. a tremenaous J. H.' Burge, Macon, Col.
r ;:- <-.,.;..' done,nice and'cheap; also ladies'and men's ... amount of good to be had by getting off
t< ; shoes made to order' ". into the quiet byways of life every once

;;. .- ' GO TO J. Y. SANDERS, The Old Reliable with his sister, Mrs. C. V. RutKven, is a EAU GALI4E., in awhile, and leaving the busy thor Probably you know df
Store for good, fresh and reliable goods ongh&res entirely behind. There is! nothing -
in thefishthat
.' delighted angler, 'rejoices Mrs. C. Ainesworth entertained on medicines that relieve
such as Dry Goods, Saddlery Crockery so good as an occasional readjustmentof cough
F Hats,Trunks and a' full line of Groceries; get away. However, he landed a Monday eve in honor of Mrs. Ives, of dl
; :---: 011 Nlel ves.-Ed ward Bok in the :\IarchLadies' little coughs
. ', fourteen-ponnder the other day. Grand Rapids,-Mich., who will be :Mrs. ,
.." ,JARVIS HOUSE-Open all the year round. Home Journal. .
": seven-table euchre Ainesworth'a guest for the balance of the coughs deep ones/
4It 4 Pleasant location facing the river; on riverfront A progressive partywas except
"" ., Rates$2.00 per day,special terms by. held at White's cottage on Wednes- season. The medicine that has
-. 'the' week or month.MELBOURNE day height of last-week. Mr. D. R. Still- E. S. Randall took a run to Canaveralon Weekly Weather Report.

; : man captured the geutlemanVfirst prize, with adventurous been curing the worst of
STATE BANK,MELBOURNE, and Mr. L W. Bat ten fie Id the gentle trip, encountering various delays BUREAU. deep coughs for sixty

.. FLA.-F.H. Fee,president; C.M. Horton, man's second prize. Mrs Pauli on car and accidents, necf ?itatitiir aban- Comparative statement of temperatures: Cherry
l':' cashier. Every courtesy extended consistent ried off the lady's first prize; Miss White- doning the steamer: and returning. by and rainfall for the week ending Tuesday, years is Ayer's

I', I. with conservative banking. nack the lady's consolation. We didn't launch next day. March 4th, 1902. Pectoral.
learn to whom the lady's second nor the 1902 1901
i FORT! PIERCE BUSINESS DIRECTORY. gentleman's booby prize went.. A delightful :Mrs. J. V. D. Coon, Mrs. Dr. Clark, DATE. MAX. MIN. MAX.. MIN. nm sliest! 2k,SEc,$l. AIl irIJSbtI...
and : Mrs. and Miss Faith Jaqueline i Feb. 26. 70 52 -80 58
: Surgeon. Pingrey
.: . C. P. PLATYS Physician Evening. Consult your doctor. If he MT tike 1*.
27. 76 58
65 43
Calls to any point on the river promptly Coon were among the ladies who pic- then do a* he laYI. H he telto fOIl B<*
answered. Fo t Pierce Florida. Jlje Palmetto club was delightfully en- 28. 82 71 69 52 to take it. then don't take It. He knows.
nicked over on the ocean beach on Tues- Mch. 1. 84 65 71 60 Lean it with him. W.are wHttnir.
R ; tertaTned by the New Rockledge ladies of day. E. W. Stickney, Mr. Pingrey and 2. 76 66 74 89 J.C.AYEB CO-Lowell)[&a..
of the club in the parlors of the hotel on i 3. 67 51 74 56
also of the
l 1ND1ANYERRiPPLES.Paragraphs N [R l{ Dr. A. Hazlewood were party.
i .'. Wednesday afternoon of last week. There 4. 71 52 75 60
1 ,.. .- \ \ were eight tables of players. The New Messrs. Colby, Maley and Post returned Total rainfall for the week.0.58 inch. The Washington Post (Ind.) says:

; :..' ,.' 'Personal and Newsy Briefs. Rockledge ladies surprised the Avilah from a trip to Havana, Cuba, Wednesday Departure from the normal rainfall for the "Gov. Taft is candid enough to admit
;' r I ' at Towns Along the Coast. ; members by presenting, $37.00 collected last. Messrs. Post and Maley returned week mains 0 01 inch. I that our occupancy of the Philippines is

I .,,. for their library. It was a kind thought north the same evening. They report a 1,1902 Departure, minus from 0 59 normal inches.rainfall since Jan- j a much better thing for the Filipinosthan

:, COCOA. nnd generous act that is greatly appreciated most enjoyable excursion, and are de- HAL P. HABDINOhserverWeather j for ourselves. And the worst of it is

Mrs. J. W. Packard is home from Pa- and the ladies of the Avilah return lighted with their experience. Mr. Colby Bureau. 1 that we are compelled to shoot that view

...:' ,; . latka, looking after her interests her \ grateful thanks for the same. returns to Grand Rapids during the'pres- Jupiter Fla..March 190'2. .of the case into the Tagals.; "

ent month. __.
Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Porcher attendedthe Miss June Maude Dupree, the talented n

bail at the New Rockledge Saturday young artist from Boston, will give a Mr. and Mrs. S. K. Watts entertainedin DREvT'SPhoto

. night.* reading in the parlors of Hotel Indian the Avilah rooms on Tuesday. The -

-.. and daughters to River, assisted by the Indian River or- rooms were crowded with guests and citizens -
Take your young chestra, and vocal music. A collection who fortunate enough to hold
t.. were
.: the entertainment on Tuesday night, Stock House.
will be taken up for the benefit of the I. card The evening's programme of
That is the to
;, 11th. way
excellence R. Avjlah. Mr. Marsh has kindly givenhis amusements comprised vocal and instrumental -

.. ,. up to a high standard of that com s in parlors and orchestra, and entertains music, recitations and dancing.A daks amerces:
improve every Miss Dupree free of charge as his share most elaborate supper was served about 9 i
: their way. It is a quarter well"spent. towards the ladies in their And of' All Kinds
helping 11 p. m. by the host and hostess, aided Supplies
: f' Bishop Gray and Archdeacon Brown struggle to secure: a permanent home for by a bevy of Eau Gallic's fairest ladies. For Amateur and Professional Dei eloping and 1'llIlInit.

: ;d .were in Cocoa on Sunday. The bishop their library and reading room.GEORGIAN % The guests did not separate till an early jar Mail Orders'carefully bandied.
: preached one of his excellent sermons at hour on Wednesday.

a St. Marks on Sunday evening. It was a !. The H. & W. B DREW COMPANY.
t .. flow of reason and a feast of soul, which Miss Nettie Hiscock left for her homeon CODRTENAY. ,

I : his flock here always delight in. A large the 27th ultimo. Miss Annie Norwood, of Titusville, is Jackson.v111e, F n.

: congregation greeted him. Mrs. Clement had a little folks' partyat visiting her sister, Mrs. J. F. Mitchell. --- ---

:-: All kinds of vegetables and fruits are in her home Saturday.Mrs. .
; Doctors G. E. and Chas. Hill wound up E. L. BRADY & BRO.
i.. the markets;the birds singing sweet ca- Bain, of Kenosha, Wis., reached up the open quail season Friday by bagging ,

rols, the new grass green, the trees bud- here the 2nd inst. to join her husband. a good number in the rear of this

ding to bloom, and the warm, bright W. P. Clement is havingconsiderable burg. : GROCERIES HAY GRAIN AND ALL FOOD PRODUCTS.We .
I sunshine, as well as the happy hearts of ,
improvement done in additions t 'fc I the people, all proclaim that spring is handle produce of all kinds. We are agents for Mapes' Fertilizers We deal exclusively
here. large home. Monday to meet Bishop Gray. The bi hop in the above lines of goods and solicit the trade of all consumers. Write as for prices oo
Capt. Symmonds made his trip to Palm was entertained by Mr. Sams and family Grain and all Groceries, delivered at your station. E. L. BRADY & BCO.,TITVSVILLE FLA.

'' ','.' On the evening of Tuesday, March Beach and return much sooner than his while here. -
i : 11th, 1902, at Cocoa hall, will be given an
many friends anticipated. Major Tiffin is spending a few days at

.r f":'' entertainment and music. Miss of high June culture-elocution Maude Dupree, Doctors Hutchinson and Frederick are one of the fine Rockledge hotels this week Jas. Pritch'ard & Son

fc Rif Boston, comes highly recommended as here again, having spent some time in visiting his sister-in-law, Montreal, ,
; : is there.
along the east coast. stopping
r a reader. Music will be interspersed prospecting Headquartersfor
.' Bishop Wm. Crane treated the . . .
c through the programme, and the committee Gray
;. in charge will do all in their powerto INDIAN RIVER ORANGES WANTED. people of this place with two interesting

secure the best talent possible. Miss The highest market ice paid. Address services Tuesday, which were well attended HARDWARE

a + Harrison and Miss Casseres have consented : W. S. SPENCER, P. 0. Box ;;06,Jacksonville llf thinks of having the church

to help, and others will be secured. Fla. enlarged.Our ,

The entertainment is given for the benefit people are rushing their large crop

; of the Indian River Avilah, and it is of fine oranges off as fast as possible now. .. .Tinware, Crockery, Stoves...

hoped that everybody will come: out and fl There are a number of acres of Irish potatoes Boat Goods Paints Oils
help along the good cause, as well as toy 1p. and some beans that escaped -jack andVVOODENvT, ,

hear a programme of excellence coupled frost that will soon be marketable.To -
1 I with talent and culture. Don't fail to be AH.E.

there. Doors open at 7:30-and admission
the Public. Write for prices.
25 cents for all.
l Editor of The Florida Star: TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.Box .
NatureI '
; oO ROCKLEDGE. In my last communication I said that 212.

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even cent. for the -- --------
annum -- -- -- -
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,.. l A pleasant card party was held atVbite's per per carrying -
of Breyard county warrants* too JAMES PRITCHAKD, President. W.M.: BROWN Vice-President. C. 8. SCHUTLEK Cu&ier
cottage Monday night.
much, and that I believed a lower rate
;" Judge Newman and family, of Atlanta,' I and children need {I could be obtained. INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK.I
spent a few days in Kockledge last week. s
| proper food, rarely ever medi-! j I That my conclusions were correct is evidenced
;,'f t Mrs. E. J. Wilson is happy in the possession by the fact that the school: board, I

.... I of a new, fine toned, concert ? cine. If they do not thrive v I at their last meeting: made a 6 per cent. I Depository
:, f Regal guitar. } on their food something is 1 1j I arrangement. for carrying of school war- Authorized Capital,$100,000. r- .,.,..

Senator and Mrs. 0. A. Newell, of rants.I Paid up Capital S 25,000.
1. j I wrong. They need a little J JI also said that the office of county --J i
k Rhode Island, are guests at White's cot Average Deposits, $100,000. .
commissioner should
4 tage. They are charming people. i I help to get their digestive j bubines-s capacity. The carry proceedings with it some of TRANSACTS A : _

A Mrs. II. P. Shares came on Friday the board of county commissioners,
f machinery working properly. at
morning from New Haven, and will l | i General Banking Business
a J I their last meeting, if the minutes are correct r x t tI l
h r spend the remainder of the season here. indicate an utter disregard for business i.

The ball at the Indian River hotel on methods. To end this controversy, Largest and Oldest -

Saturday night was thoroughly! enjoyed jpl r I am wiling to submit the questions at Hank on the River ,.

'4 by the spectators as well as the partici- scoJ i issue to any body of intelligent men in Exchange Bought and Sold on t-,
pants.Mr.. the county, and abide by their decisionas
all Foreign Countries. -
to who is in error. Respectfully,
F. II. BOYE. Patronage appreciated. Prompt service,
; the winter in 1 left f. {
spending Rgckledge, polite treatment(t every tavor consistent ,;. r 1't .,L ::
"' Wednesday for a trip to Palm Beach and J SKAKOAKI SCHEDULE CHANGES. with conservativeCORRESPONDENTS banking granted. I'k.- :. .i I '.. .
I* (i Miami. : : 4 . ..
..:: i will generally correct this: !i iI Effective March 2nd,the Seaboard Air Line Seaboard National Bank of New York: .. 'f 'I1.,'" t. .
; made number in .
Wednesday but railway a changes the
was a rainy day, members .
and National Bank of Jacksonville.TITUSVILLE. .
. of the Palmetto club assembled and I difficulty. j I schedule of their passenger trains. Those that ':i: _- j
aifgct Jacksonville more particularly
passed a very pleasant afternoon with i if will from follows: FLORIDA.
Mrs 0. Currier. | you onej j Trains 3$ and 37, operated between Jacksonville - - , . .
-f T fourth to half a teaspoonful : and Savannah, leaving Jacksonville -
Messrs. Douglass and Forbes who have
Ii; j
$ t at 4:10 p. m. and arriving Jacksonville at Paroid
'I i" been the guests of Mr. A. D. Baldwin the in baby's bottle three or four I 12:15 m., will be taken off and 3t> and 35 will Roofing
past two months, left for their home in be inaugurated as a daily passenger train, to

.r : New Haven on Tuesday. : times a day you will soon see ja j be operated Savannah between to leave Jacksonville.Jacksonville Brunswickand at 7:15a. For Permanent Root.

Miss Currier; of Newark, and a friend f marked improvement. For j m, and to arrive Jacksonville at 9:15 p. m.
'.' The Seaboard Fast Mail, No. 66,operated
from Woodstock, New Jersey, arrived on between Jacksonville and New eponset RoofingFor eJ
d larger children, from half to York, will
q, : Wednesday afternoon for a visit to Miss f ] leave Jacksonville at 8 p. m instead of 7:40

". Currier's parents, Mr. and M ts. 0. Curriel' I a teaspoonful, according to 3I p. m. The Florida & Metropolitan Limited, Temporary Root.
s .' "- a solid vestibuled train between St. Augustine -
.. I age, dissolved in their milk, ] Jacksonville and New York, will con- Cheaper than Shingles, I
), : Rev. John A. Hughes preached a splen- : tinue to be operated on its present schedule, I Better than Tin..........

; dfd sermon on Sunday morning, taking .| if you so desire, will very }1 Jacksonville to leave St. Augustine at 10:10 a.daily m. at Su55 a. m., and For Sale by

t" , ; for his subject "The Lord's Prayer," interpreting T soon show its great nourish- f There is no change in the schedule of pas-

; ; 11.; it'in its true spirit. The chapel senger train service between Florida points. Gl-eo. F1.Tlie. Paddison -

.-.- ".. was filled by an attentive audience.Mr. j ing power. If the mother'smilk | ,
:: :;-
,:';<'. ', '-' : Wm. Merwin left on Monday for :I: does not nourish the |1 'VADE U. JONES, Lumberman,

f < Atlanta to enter the sanatorium there. EAU GALLIE, FLORIDA
I she needs the emulj
t s He don't seem to be getting any better

t J 14 j y here, so,concluded to try that institution. I j sion. It will show an effect i| LOANS AND COLLECTIONS, GEO. N. HATCH : -

9 .. ,. t Mr. D. P. Merwin accompanied his : : eI
rat once both upon mother TITTJSVILLE, FLA.H. .
father. i
i ; J rj-n
and General
Some big fish are brought in as trophiesof P. BKAXNING, -' _Merchandise,

prowess. l lu ck, but the biggest fish ; 5oc. and tux).all druggist ""'
ATTOBNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW consisting everything
,b-. _,.'; manage, somehow* to get away. Mr. SCOTT& BOWNE, Chemists, New Vork <.f' usually keptin a ROOKLEDGE, FLA.
"r A,<3L Boderique, who is spending the winter.* WEST PALMM first-class general: store.-.. . : ,

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