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 14, 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: VID00617
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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f mS OYtRfD. and a serieV'of blackAlines wornTo. indistinctness Vapor Batbi. LINDSAY & MORGAN,
i '. TQMBS by timVand weather- completed The value of portand hot air bath;

\ rS -4:, .. ( as a means_,,of promoting the respira
the series pictures.
S F *4 : Fantastic and Interesting- ,Hock/Paintings "Maler'says that.the water In the lake tory functions of the skin has been recognized Reliable Dealers Reliable URN1TUE1

f ; y in Central America.. -, where he found these' Interesting examples from very ancient times. 111
.'* *" "f Bpscul Correspondei) of The Florida Star. of rock paintings Is of such .
greafdepth that steamships could eas-
}: , B STON',March II..-:Perhaps the strangest In Europe where polished floors haveso line of Furniture and Carpets, MattiDM sA
'\ ily sail on It even, he thinks In the day We have the largest and most select
tombstone In the-world is one discovered long been popular it is the custoc which to
quantities, enabl@N.
season, when It Is doubtless twelve or Shades in the city. Our goods are bought in large
by Teobert Maler.; during his to polish them carefully and preferably
fifteen feet lower than it was at the sell better goods at lower prices than any city
f -,. . : explbratlons in the Usumatsintla valley with a cloth fastened on the shoe. Pro get ]lower prices. Can positively you
of his visit JOSEPH E. BUCK.
.3 time
;' L in Central ,America, where he was fessional cleaners or polishers have in this section. .

:.' s 7+'. N' ,engaged conducting researches for ; Headache often results from a disordered learned to skate about at a great rate -

l the Peabody Museum of Archaeology condition of the stomach and constipation and to do polishing quickly and well

r and Ethnology, Harvard. : of the bowels. A dose or two of S Baby Carriages
'- 4 Beware of Ointments for Catarrh that Con- ,
Liver Tab -
* ;, .The ordinary traveler would probably Dnainberlaiu's Stomach and i .
: have had some difficulty in making up lets will correct these disorders and cure taia Mercury N ?
It 1 the headache. Sold by Wilson &Son. as mercury will surely destroy the sense of -ANDS -
his mind that it tombstone in
was a or,
smell and completely derange the whole system
1 Vf fact In determining just what it was Ilonent.I when entering it through the mucous Carts. '

'. intended to be at all but Mr. Maler applying found an bonest man one time. surfaces. Such articles should never be used Go

4 : the methods_ of the trained archaeologlsti "You are a thief!" I cried, except on prescriptions from reputable physicians : , 5
I the will do is tenfoldto _
as damage they _
When I bad caught him in the act
? ;; 'seems to have deciphered : ,
-the good you can possibly derive fromt :zi3 =r;
"I am, sir, he replied.
It with ease. em Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured bv stock Ie
in to e
. In the report of his two years of investigation F. J. Cheney& Co.. Toledo. 0., contaitno r ;=. 0\er50 new designs
; .: : Just made public in Cam- Dead Easy. mercury aud is taken internally; acting directly J front
.- Blnks-IIow does your new son-in- upon the blood and mucous surfaces of
!:.a.,.-.. \ law strike you2linksFor the sy tern. In buying Hall's Catarrh Cure [ Reclining Go Carts:, rubber tired wheels

.;,:."'.... a usually.. be sure you get the genuine. It is taken in- :;; + r ',, and parasols: From $8.00 op.
ternally, and is made in Toledo, Ohio, by F.
:i./: .., J. Cheney & Co. Testimonials free. 4" Y ; Nice Carriages, upholstered in fiDe all'-

1ff1 t/. Long Distance Cheer. $3ySold by druggists;price, 75c.per bottle. / Y duroys, $10 00.
There's comfort in autumn; let joy have its fling; Hall's Family Pills are the best.A .
-. With winter before UB we're headed for spring. When you need Carriage or Go Gm,
!i'tf.vt. ., -Detroit Free Kress. Good Cider Preservative. (9.r18 write us, stating price, and we will eead

Calcium sulphite (sulphite of lime) catalogue.
A Printer Greatly Surprised."I .
..; Is now being largely used by profes-
: '::- never was so much surprised in my sional cider makers to prevent fermentation Solid Oak Bedroom Suits ......... ........'.......... ....:....h....... ........ S15 00

.)lL.,": ( life, as I was with Pain the Balm results" of henry usingChamberlain's in cider. About one-eighth Solid Oak Sideboard Swell Front, French Mirror.................... 15 00
1' .'. T. Cook, pressman of the Asheville says! (N.C.) to one-quarter of an ounce of the sul Solid Oak Dining Table (6 i feet long......... .... ...................... .. 6 00

{_ ;; Gazette. "I contracted a severe case of phite is required for one gallon of, cider Solid Oak Cane Seat Dining Chairs-Set .... .. ..... ... .. .......... . a 00

.. ? rheumatis n early last winter by getting: says The Practical Druggist. It Beautiful Linen Shade, with Fringe.... ................ .. ...... ...... .. 50

t. ? '" .: " '" my feet wet. I tried several things for it should first be dissolved In a small Nice Matting, new figures, per yard.. ....... .. .......... .. ....... .. ... 2&
."arri.,.'....,.-',"-. . (!t without the benefit.Gazette,One I notized day while that lookingover Pain quantity of cider, then added to the pirSee our ad. in Savannah Press and News. I
iH ::'; bulk and the whole agitated until thoroughly
: : PREHISTORIC TRAGEDY. Balm was positively guaranteed to cure
mixed. The barrel should then 112 Broughton St. West SAVANNAH GA.
& rheumatism, so bought a bottle of it, and i

i tells of his rediscovery before using two thirds of it my rheuma- be bunged and allowed to stand forseveral -_._--- - _.- -- --- --- ,
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Petha and of its explo tism had taken its flight and I have not days until the action of the sul -- ;

Ii K'A Going from one basin of the 'had a rheumatic pain since." Sold by. phite is exerted. trI, ;
: other, the party's boat push Wilson & Son. ifl ( : OF ( i
ifS& between is PARADISE REGAINED." \
i ; great cliffs that ECZEMA KEMEDY. fJMt oo ti

[ k from the water Odd Tax Law.
OKLAXDO, FLA., October 2, 1001. hvz; t f
% : then at Its highest after the At Cotta in Saxony, persons who
The Hancock Co.
.A<' -- rainy season. .* On the smooth face of did not pay their taxes last year are Liquid Sulphur r; I
\..-' one of these walls were three large published in a list which hangs up in Gentlemen: I take pleasure! in recommending FLORIDA EAST

"f.t;:I. rock] paintings, fine examples of the curious all restaurants and saloons of the city. "Hancock's Liquid Sulphur" to .
with I have
suffering eczema.
J? primitive art of some of the aboriginal Those that are on the list can get anyone
had it for ten or fifteen years; have tried LOCAL TIME CARD No. 38. In Effect January 15,1902NORTHBOUNDREAD
ff Americans. It was one of these neither meat nor drink at these places many remedies, and found no relief untilI

Ji' which Mr. Maler identified as marking under the penalty of loss of license. was induced to try your "H. L. S; SOUTHBOUND-READ DOWN. UP.

i\ : a grave-that of a woman of this loug Have only used it a short while, and am <1fNO.99NO.29fNO,2YNO.35
t, : { forgotten almost entirely cured. I truth- I I I I I'
: prehistoric race. Belgian Railroads. now can I .
I MAIN_ ____. I __. -No.74 No.28 N0.
r i 1 '; Well up from the surface of the water Belgium in 1898, through the purchase fully say that after fifty years practising (

.. : were daubed in red large hands. of the Grand Central Beige and physician that your "Liquid} Sulphur" is '
I : the wonderful for 755& 940a Lv..JacksonviIle..A.r 7106
most remedy eczemaI 8201)12651) 7COp 7131) 9631)
L". ;. Near them the picture, of a foot-the some minor private roads, became the known. Yours .. .. . .. .. . ...... 948a .....So. Jacltsonville..Lv 6 ...... .... . .
: sole, with the toes pointing upward- of the whole Belgian railroad have ever respectfully, 330p .C p 900a1')5.5a ...... st.Augustine. .... 81386d50a
possessor DK. \V. \V. LEAKE. .. .. .. . .. ". .. .. . 1127 a ..Hasting9......... 15 . . . . .. . . .... .
/, < was traced in yellowish color on a system. 1013 p atOp 940aP 428. .......EastPalatka....... 4 52Sp 6 Cap. 6 ground of red, and above this in red Ha Ii:: ..... . ... ... . ... .lz 13p .......... Neoga.... ..... 4 .... . . .. . . ...... bJc
Having a Run on ChambeiIain's Cough Slyla"1y'a I.Jiow a; ...... ....... ... ...12 3lp ...... ...Bunnells......... .... . .. .. . .... ..
ls' outlined on a yellowish background Remedy. in the wind her Gainsborough, + . .. ... ... . .. ;:.. 1.$7 p. ..........Dupont ........4 62p... . . ... . . . .... A
Plume laden wilillj Saps E ......... :50.
was what appeared to be an overturned ; 1125p 3i..p1047a I03p i17p 7Clp n113Gp
Between the hours of eleven o'clock
a. Unhainh hats 'tis plain to see. 363ploMa IISp ...... ... 4CSp 6fZp $9. jII'
vessel of some sort which was covered In. and closing time at night on January Are often Landuaps. . . . . . .. . .. . 12Gp ..... ..... . . ilc
with red dots and from the lowerf 2oth 1901 A. A. Clark druggist Wade :: 1203& 417p1l19a 1461' .... 3t5p 630p. fl2a
\ -Detroit Free Press. . .. . . .. . . . .. 203p ........ trmond..3. p... . . .. . . . . no
F Va sold twelve bottles of Chaur-
edge of which projected comblike Springs, w 1255a 503p1Olp 2.3P 643p: Sib
+ t t I :: streaks or droppings. This latter pic- berlain's Cough Remedy. lIe says: "I Talk. . . . 2471.I p :::::::: :::::::: .2 i 25 I' . r r143a =
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56Jp126 333r 215p 4e5J1 148
handled medicine that sold betteror
;, ture most resembled staler says, certain never a "To bear some fellows talk, remark. .C .. .. 4 221J ......EauGalli .......1: :91> 143p 421p. .... . 01
"!" perforated vessels in which the gave better satisfaction to my customers. ed the observer of events and tblDgS."you'd .C ... .... "ZOp ........Melbourne. ....... l213p 133p 'UP .. ... .. e
: ." This remedy has been in general ........ .. .. .. .. 5 3p ........ Sebastian! ........ 11 ooa ...... ..... . ...... Ia
4 : \'. native women of the country wash use in Virginia for and the really think they required a No. .. ... ... . .23p.. ... . 5 ", ip .. ...... .8t. Lucie. ........ 10 47a....... . .... ...
> : many years 14 hat.-Yonkers Statesman. .... ...... C3
.Fortl'ierce. 3
t their maize after it has been soaked in 351a 7 23Sp GCSP 1040a1213p p12U6.
people there are well acquainted with its ....... = ... ... 6 lip ....White City........ 10280 .. .. ...... .. ....... t
llmewater. Above the perforated pot excellent qualities. Many of them have .. e..:. 2 ....... 6 2GIl .........Tibbals.......... 10 13.a .. . .. .. .. ..
N were several more red hands. testified to the remarkalHe\ cures which it It Cleans Jewel!')., ....... ...a .... 6 SOp ...........Eden.. .... .... 10 (JSa ...... ...... . ......
is excellent cleanser ....... 3S ....... GaSp .......... Jensen.... ...... 10 01a .... .... .... _ _
i" "This simple symbolic picture. ," says has effected. When you need a good, reliable Tooth powder an = ..... ::';1-a; ...... 645p ..Stuart ..... ..... fJ ."..".1. .. . .. ... .
.' }y; Mr. Maler, "may be interpreted thus: medicine for a cough;. or cold, or at- of fine filigree jewelry. ... .. "ij_. .... .. 717p.. ......Hope Sound....... 9 2Sa . .. . ... . ... ......
: tack of the Chamberlain's' 'No25 . . . :z. .=;: . . _ 7 :lOn .......titi'eatJuliter..,... 9118. . . . .. . .. .. . . H--
.'; The footprint may indicate that the be- grip, use CoughRemedy ----- 5-4 'a8'fis'p! ;; 8 C5 p Ar..West Palm Beach :::: 8 3.5 a'10.15 aI125pl03Cp'-: '
t ..- loved woman has gone 'upward.' The and you are certain to be more Cures Eczema, Itching Humor., 5 50a! ;w-;": N 4 25p S 151) Hotel Royal POUlciana. 8 2i Ii 10 35a 115}J'1 2C pI
? "".: than pleaed with the quick cure which it 930a 8otai-a-a 4351) asp Lv..TheJJreakers. . . S20e10sua' pl015p SOSp
overturned washing pot probably aflords. For sale by Wilson & Sou. Through the blood by taking Botanic 9 35 a a 4 43 p S 30 p .Hotel Royal l>otnetana 810 It 10 20 a. lOOp 13 05p 1001)945a
shows that she again will to Blood Balm (B. B B:) which makes the 015a 923p 45Op 340P .West Palm Beach .Ar 8JOa1010a125Qp 9D p 630P1007x.
.. never go + ... .. + .. . . . 9091: ::::. .. .Boynton..Lv:: 73ia.I .. . . .. . ..... . 441'1)1050a.
the river to wash out her nixtamal Henry Was! IHucl,. blood }pure and rich, heals every sore, . . .. .. ... .. .. . .lOC3)> . ...Fort Lauderdale. ... 63811,. . .. . . ... . ... . 440p1130a.
: (softened maize) to make 'tortillas' Henry Ill. of Germany had a complexion scab, kale, boil or eruption, and stop . . .+. . . . .10411).LemonCity..3 f) f,8 _" . . ..... . . . 4np1145a
the itching! of eczema. B. B. B. cures esperially : 810all13P 640 P 1060 Pi Ar..Miami . + Lv 550sS20a11iK1s 3COp .00 p
for her husband and children. The red so dark that he might easily

I hands raised toward the sky may indicate have been mistaken for a uegio. cases.i B.the B worst B. kills and the most humors deep seated in the Condensed Schedule Between Jacksonville and St. Augustine.

-4 the last greetings of those she left blood. Druggists: $1. Describe trouble JACKSONVILLE TO ST. AUGUSTINE.I .

i mourning on earth when she ascended Australian Opals. and trial bottle sent free by writing moo I I I I I I I I I Il

: to celestial regionsThe ." Formerly most opals came from Hungary Balm Co .Atlanta Ga. 4 "No.231.No.271 Na.35(No.2911Na31,1No37; -Na.43,No.93:.No.89iN

other pictures on the same cliff and more recently from Mexico.In - ---- -- -- Lv. Jacksonville...... .....l 7 5 a I! U (lJIt I \14"1\112 55p a 33 p 3 COp" Co.1 a t511; a 2O p! IIOP
with this strange epitaph, if it may be 1SS9 Australian hunter, while .. CASTORXAs Ar. St. AulXustine... .. .. .. 8 fi.) It It (ill aO i 50 81 155p__ 3 33 u 4_CO_ I'I 9 5p_ 9 20 I' 'lOp
the Kind You Have Always Bought
'i so called, were equally interesting in pursuing a wounded kangaroo found Beara the AUGUSTINE TO JACKSONVILLE.I .

their way but Maier offers no explanation an opal. Since that time Australia has! Signature Y1-.J-#. I I I I j I I I
j ef; 'No.98 .No.92 No.161 t .No.44gno.36, Na.38;.No.78 .No.T4,. .lil
P of their meaning. The central design i yielded nearly $2.000,000 worth o? : : o.30I-S.

1 was the best preserved and the ooals. I Know One Sure Remedy- --- Lv, St. Augustine....... .. 6 50a SOOI 81:, a'': 8 '!1110 ": -111 63 I', G 101 J; G ao vl 160 ;
most elaborate. It was traced in simple Can't Keep It secret. for an obstinate cold. Its name u Pyny-Balsam. Ar. Jaeksonvill..... .. .. .. 7 50( a_ 9 00 11 .9 1:, a14) 011.12 10 11113 401', 7 C3 p. 710 p, 7 30 t 661)

black lines, boldly executed, and The splendid work of Dr. King's; New ----. -_ ----- ---------.-- - -- SCHEDULES OF BRANCH LINES.

I the archaeologist conceived it to be the Life Pills is daily coming to light. No fj ',. l.) 1 ,
"fq- '
representation of the jaws of some such 3rand remedy for liver and bowel .t ; JACKSONVILLE TO :r.fAYPORT. PALATKA TO EAST PALATtA.STATIONS .
j' troubles known before. Thousands t
+t monster which seems in a general way bless wa them ever for curing constipation-, 8 fl'i P1 ',. ,....-. I 11- NO.5 ,..No.17'No.1ft' '''No.21 STATIu:" :>. ,'-NO.47-No.49NO.SI: .No.53..n
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to resemble the of in f < .
dragon mythology 1-', "r
: sick headache, biliousness:; jaundice awl :1 J ,a i 'I. Lv. Jack-on ville..1 b so a' 615 p,1", 11) a 2 COp Lv.P&Ia.tkIL-1 \I 111t,11 1:. 1t.-2-15 113IS\ pij;
ti" 'l the act of swallowing a man headfore- indigestion.! Try them. 23c.; at Scieven's ; i < ) : S.Jacksonville. b 33a G 23i,1019, a 203p Ar.E. P'I'tka.: "ad It 11 iiil It 233 I I'. 4 66P1118, p
: most. The monster's head terminated Pablo Bt'3eh... i/li)a1 6 5IJ.I'' ) fiO It 2 40 ItAtlIl1tI'
t '. '. drug store. T1,is 1. ;;"',i::, ; .;j'x'y. ever : 4i!:.. c C 158 7 C p3 .1' fi.)1\1 I 2 4j 1 p EAST PAL.\.TKA TO PALAT1tA.Ar. .
S ;: at the back in a lot of plumage/ and a Wx1.u.y: l' Ityport . ...._ 93ua, 7 1j )Jll 10 II. 3031 __u___ --
9 ,grotesque face was developed in thescrollwork Hard \y ood n. .. .. STATIOSS.a jl-No.461-No.48 a .Nt.50 -52-NoM
I The hardest varieties of wood such 1'VS.t Y.) ::J, Cu:, :'.:i'3n. j Stl MAYPORT TO JACrSONVILLE. I __ ; ___ _ )
above it. A few feet
higher Lv.E.PTtka.a; If / a : h04, a 4? p' Gal.
i on the cliff was a very crude drawing as mahogany, ebony aud lignum vita1 Headache, L;;!J uses STuloxs. 1-.O. ;-No.18'No.20: .\.-\.r.Pala.tka. c,-;,! !'-,- 'aUh 307JI.l .,

of a diminutive man. grow iu trupical climates but their And ALL L.: L-5E3! : arisi.j from i Lv. la.port . .... 6: 3.a5 p.ll 3" a BAN MATEO BRANCH. J
wood does not season as well as that Atlantic each. 6bOa15C3P,114.5a, --
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curious and
i9 same footprints of trees in the temperate zones. Torpid I Liver QTS D t d Pujestio' Pabl,)Bei1c . .. 65a 5,5ii1l: ;oa No.57 -No.45 ST.\TtfJSS. 1-1I0.4I.-r .18 ,
: hands already described: were at one Is yod S.Jac.kso v1l1e. 27a 5 3111,1 2 p __
The natural r :slit s.\ pa'tt ; - --
side of this decorative bit and at the and so:',' ics: 'r. Dose smallfael! : art- AI' Jacksonville! ... 7 3::'..a,-5 is Pll", ?3p 6 ;35p)'j 7 4t. : /Lv. .F.. PaJatka. \rl 88:; a 'f IS p
Forks. G t5 p: 8 .Ii. a Ar. sun Mateo. LVI, 8 1.1. 'f 01 p
I)' sugcr toafi AH .
For nearly two centuries In England Take No S, bZ tr.t! ,_ ...:.- ORANGE CITY BRANCH. ,
t only the kings were allowed to use 'No."1 SIATIO 3. 1-Jo.12

rwgfi ; forks. Their subjects had to keep on .....Fun.... 7 aILv.'I1tu' -ville..Ar'- 1-,.,-. -lJ .Na.31.No.1.! _! 8TATIOSS._.__ _'_'No.2_ '; .......

I eating pie with their fingers. Queen A Shave and a Hair Cut 719 a. ............... :\ lms.. ............. 1 C7 lJ -3-;;-3l1) JtJ a Ls .'. amy fl1a. Ar 1401) ---- .
8 33a ............. Ootee ........... ...1152p 43tpl121a..Lake Helen! . U I ill P .
Elizabeth had a jeweled fork and we ----- ----------- 8553. .. ..........Eterpne.'u:: au a 44Spill 3Ua . .()ranJt': City 1343 5p ,,
. rl are told that her favorite breakfastwas ....00 1'1.:'.... 930 a Ar.. .. .... .anford. ........ .Lv 11 _1.It 4 531),114": I BAr 0Oiy I._ _Lv !2 iJ Y'PI 5 00, f

"a pie of goose." =- -'- Daily except: 3un ay. !aily except Mon.laj'. I ifeut,'t my ulnj. ;
t Carruthers'.Barber Trains do not stop at stations opposite uu time is oblJwu.

Fooling the feheep. Shop These Time Tables show the tnr<"3 at which trams nuiv be exj.i-red t<, arrive i:, I:"'
i from the several stations, but their arrival or departure at the timer at..j i-, n-,' _';a-a-i'..:td.
On Australian sheep run, whenIt does the hold itself for
rE None but experienced work.I i. nor Company responsible any delay ur any tonoo.utn.xatherefrom. artail4
tki is desired to foist a motherless lambon men employed, and perfect 1 TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.

a ewe whose own lamb is dead the satisfaction guaranteed........ J I
Peninsular and Occidental
Steamship Connections at Miami.
defunct lamb Is skinned, and the skinIs J. L. (\fcHLTHKRS.Proprietor.
... ,, sewed upon the orphan. After a lit- --- --- - -- -- - BETWEEN MIAMI, KEY WEST AND HAVANA ,
1 Jf b. tle suspicious: smelling the ewe welcomes
Corn and Oats Uigb MIAMI-NASSAU LINE.
the latter as her lost child.
{tY Commencing January lA! <2.

TRY Lv. Mlama, Mons.,Thurs.. ........... ... .11H: 'p LV. aau. W4. Sate..N 09s00ft
Airs. C. E. VanDeusen, of Kilbourn, Ar. Nassau,Tues.,Frl3. .............. ... .. 3npCommencing I Ar. M unii, '1i; urn., 5
t . Wis., was afflicted with stomach trouble February: 3, luwi

J and constipation for a long time. She PURINAFEED Lv. Miami,){ons., Weds., Fris..3 fl i1! p I I Lv. Nassau, 1Uf; >iI., Thura.. Sata............ Wo
.. says: "I have tried many preparations, ArNassauTues.Thurs.ate..030a::! | Ar. Miami, \\eds.Fns.Suns.............4 80&
but none have done me the good that MIAMI-HAVANA DIRECT LINE. >

Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablet Commencing January 1, 1&.t2.

have." These tablets are for sale at Wilson Far Lv.Miami, Suns., Weds., ...... ..... ... .11 :SOp; I Lv. Havana, Tues.,Frto..n N ...
& Son's drug store. Price, 23 cents. Ar. Havana, Moni,Thurs............. ... 5 00 pAr.I| Miami, We

t 't other were large broad red stripes ON ALL SACKS. Lv. Miami, Mon., Wed., Fri.. ......... ...113') p Lv. Havana! ,.110n.. Wed......... ....... ...1 Np
$ Ar. Key West Tues., Thurs., Sat........ .. 2 ;Wp I Ar, KV ".'. M I,m Wed ... . ... .... .. t If) P
a ; running high up on the rocks mostly C.A.S'X'OnXA. ; Werkln Lv. Key West, Tu s., Fri., sun ........ .UwntAr. Lv. Key \\ tsT ,:.. fhvirg., Sat. ... .....::1 i ;i'
'1r' .. In vertical lines with here and there Beara the _y?the Kind You Have_Always Bought i , Havana, ,,"pd., bat., Mon . ..... .. .. b uo a I Ar l .arn1,11'eil., 1- n., sun . .. . . 6 II:. It p

,\ _'.. 1 large scrolls. Two hands painted in Signature f# # Stock.K' For copy o'' Lncal Tie C i'd .i-l J:t- arty A ent.

w Yom= ;\:: ,. <,-, white I or light.yellow .QJU! red.. groundA of J. D. RAHNER, Asst. Gen.fa Pass. Agent, ST. AUGUSTINE, .FL ?< .

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:'AGRE( I Y Kf(: summer. to lay dnt.the most ambitious WRECK ON L. AND N.--
r: x N tiiSN0tAmerican : . . .. .,
spectacle they'ever undertook. In fact - --" - -- - -. .- -- -, -- .-'.-'- ,< -'-''.-'"..
....: f'-. building operations are already under Two Freights Collide-One Man Kill.
Goodt to FlU the Cryiiial Palace
; e way., HEn"A.. B vCE. Three
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> M- Daring Coronation. f, J '. .. "

Special, correspondence;of The Frond Star A Completion Exception. lion

:LONDOX, .Feb: '28-Ohe of the most. "Don't'you think heaven is a land of freight rl
rest?"' the doctor. south
features. .of. the coronation #
King Edward. 'VIL.;at least' In''the;eyes "Oh. 1 suppose it Is," replied the professor -

E of ,Americans.but t one about whichilit-{ "for 'everybody except the re1fcordlng hours

' tie,has been said,''will-be'the.big Amer- angeL"Chicago Tribune. man

'' ican exhibition at the;Crystal palace,' The

the, favorite playground of La grippe coughs yield quickly to the John
.' This exhibition will be ; wonderful curative qualities'of "Foley's The The. Kind You Have Ahva*? Bought and which has been
interesting for ; ;
> more than one '. Hdnev and Tar. There is nothing else Joe in use 'for over 30 years, has borne the signature of
! business "juSt good." For sale by Wilson & Son. J. H. and has been made under his per-
,men of. this,
city are a unit. in declaring ,that. the' Bank Closes Its Doors. c2cc- sonal supervision since its infancy.

. ..:.. 1 t. The # Allow no one to deceive you in this.
Lincoln, IlL March 3.-The bank of
i I Ing to All Counterfeits Imitations and "Just-as-good" are but
Elkhart located in the village of Elk-
switch, Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of
hart, near here, failed to open its doors
for business today after an investigation turned Infants and Children-Experience against Expcrin cnt.,

by a bank examiner. The exact a

amount of shortage is not at present was
Both What
known. J. C. Tayldr, president and IS

Frank W. Cottle cashier, stated that The
hwiUL moving Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric *
k the assets will fully cover the liabili

ties. The bank of Elkhart was organized Drops and Sopthing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It-

Pt Ifl/A? in 1891. Former Governor "Un contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic

itt. cle Dick" Oglesby and the wealthy substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys "Worms

l lt1 cattle king, John D. Gillett, were the and allays Feverislmess. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind

+ q1U1tit 1 +. organizers. Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation

j 7 1 county and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the-
Cough fettled on Her Lungs. Stomach aid natural
and Bowels, giving healthy sleep.

"My daughter had a terrible cough The Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend.
which settled on her Jungs," says N. Jack- have

? L son, of Danville, 111. "\Ve tried a great ,
many remediesvifhout relief, until wewe'her GENUINE CASTORiA ALWAYSBears

Foley's Honey and Tar, which of nine
cured her." Refuse: substitutes. For sale
by Wilson & Son.Comer the Signature of

x Not a Candidate. found
a was
INTERIOR OF Birmingham, Ala., March 3.-B. R
{ Comer of Birmingham who has been
manufacturers of the United States having
several times mentioned as a probable
never before have had such an opportunity scull ,
candidate for governor, announces
,for advertising their products to body
the rest. of the world as the Crystal that. he will not make the race. lIe and
comes out with a statement containinga The Kind You Have Always Bought
palace show will offer to them. That roast for the railroad commissionand ing by
American producers realize this is The

evinced by the way applications for nection seeks the to issue.,make reform in this con In Use For Over 30 Years.THE .

space in the palace: are pouring in. reward

s 1 The Idea of the American exhibition Two More Snow Slides. .L. . !__. _'o...: ,- :.CENTAUR' COMPANY TT MURRAY.TREET' # .,;.Q NEW; 4(VOHK' ; CITY." ."} -Jf: : ,--:- "' '. .
was fathered by the managers of the
palace, who were quick to note the re Telluride Colo., March 3.-Two snow

marknblc boom which almost every slides came down the, mountain near Two __ r _

type of American product has enjoyedIn the Bobtail mine yesterday, the sec.

England during the past and ond burying several men tt: work clearing j
who consequently saw the means of away the debris from the first. :\ : I ASTHMA CURE FREE I

ft making a profitable Investment by catering Henry B. Martin is missing. Several

; to the popular desire to see .were rescued with, slight injuries.
---- ment,
I American goods at their best. The Instant Relief Perma-
Dangers of Pneumonia.A the Brings and
Idea, .formulated, was submitted to
., : cold at this time if neglected is liableto of this
American society in London, which cause pneumonia, which is so often nent Cure in All Cases.

took it under serious consideration. fatal, and evenhen the patient has re The

t The question with the society was not covered the lungs are weakened,. making the SENT ABSOLUTELY FREE OX UECE1PT OF POSTAL.

one of the financial success of the exhibition them pei uliarly susceptible to the development WHITE YOUR NAME AND \UDUESS I'L.tI SLY.r .
but one of its'industri 1 value. of consumption. Foley's Honey comes -

': It was recognized that unless the exhibits and Tar will stop the cough, heal and sure
Strengthen the lungs and prevent net There is nothing like Asthmalene.
the pnen
were made representative of
it-* monia. For 8\ll' hv Wilson & Son. The : I tHAi ri E D I It brings! instant relief even in the
highest and best in American trade _. :. .I.. _'
twrt case's. It 'U IHItU tin rise uuia.
people would come away from the pal. to 'VIII N
To Locate Plant at Ensley. F"
ace with an impression that the American total un I G.I The Kev. C. 1:'. WelK of Villa Cidge.
1 Ensley, Ala., Feb. 28.-The new The nasia'a tfI Ill., says: "Your trial bottle of Asthmaleae
unwarranted, and Yt.lllA
boom "
was our
Southern Rolling Mill company, organ received in gixxl runditiou. I uuiuot tell
foreign trade would consequently suf has you how thankful 1 feel for the guud derived -
ized by Benjamin S. Catchings and
.; num. a -r' from it. I was a slave, chained with
fer.This associates, has decided this
;- consideration induced the American upon putrid sore throat and asthma for ten
place, a 15,000 population suburb 01 years I despaired of ever being cured, I
society to reply to the proprietors
; saw advertisement for the cure of
your 1
Birmingham, as a location for their
'- of the Crystal palace that If they would : / this dreadful and tormentingdiseaswasth-
consent to the appointment of an advisory plant. The new mill will roll steel only s ., ma and thought you had oversjoken your- '

board composed of prominent and will make a specialty of wagon selves but resolved to give it a trial. To
I nislnnent the trial acted like
my a
and buggy shapes. The mill will
t'j I employ The
Americans and prominent Englishmen '
% i charm. Send me a fullsized bottle.:
empowered to see that the exhibition several hundred skilled work ice to

t., was planned and carried out on such men and will turn out a finished prod Yet it Rabbi of the Congo Bnai Israel
son New York, Jan. 3. IDOL
uct, which is expected to be consumed
lines as to be a credit to the United R Drs.Taft Hros' Medicine Co.
States and her industrial forces the chiefly in Alabama. cool /;%% Gentlemen: Your .iathuialeue i is an excellent

1r American society would exert all the is the remedy for asthma and bay fevt:r.
For Over Sixty Years. and its composition alleviates all troubles
command make the fail of
4 power at its to A which combine with asthma. It*success is i
I a success. To this the: palace managers lIs. Winslow'soutliill; }! Syrup ha5een which ,i astonishing and xvouderful! After having

agreed at once, and the advisor: Used for over sixty years by mil- ly u/ it carefully analyzed we can state that
ions of mothers for their children '
committee which was appointed is reniarkable Asthmalene contains no opium, chloroform -
r: while teething with perfect success. It and or ether. Very truly yours.
I for the standing both its >oothes the child, softens the gums, allay: For EVERY > RINGS REV. DR. Mo&ufoVECU: :
American and English members. all pain, cures wind colic! and is the bet: any
t '' A letter has been addressed to the remedy for diarrh -3. It will relieve the is no RELIEF.TRIAL Avon Springs. N" Y., Feb. 1, 1901.
Dr. Taft Hroa. Medicine Co.
governors: of all the states in the Union poor little sufferer immediately. Sold by I
Gentlemen: write this testimonial from
;, asking them for aid in making the exhibition Insists in every part of the world.TWt'IIt.fic sense of duty, having te-ted the \
a great success::: and representations cents a bottle. Be sure and :\ My wife has been atiiicted with s ,
have also been made to the ,-k f>i' "Mrs. ll'intow'sSoothing Syrup" ery. my own skill as well as many others. I chanced to see your sign upon your wiudnw-j
mid take no other kind.Mahogany 130th street, New York. I at once obtained a bottle Asthmalene.. My wife 'OlUlUcut'd
state department at Washill ton. It i is it about the first of November. I very soon noticed a radical improvement. After

expected that the exhibition will be :: one bottle her asthma has disappeared and she is entirely free from all symptoms. I
opened by Mr. Choate, and it can l.,> Polish. that I can consistently! recommend the medicine to all who are with thU d l ii--
Iaj said confidently that both King Edward A mahogany polish that is highly recommended lungs ; dlsca.'e. Yours respectfully, O. D. I'HBLPK M. I).

and Queen Alexandra will visit is prepared by mixing well Taft Bros' Medicine ('0.

I after it has been opened and together one-quarter of a pint eaC'hIf fully Gentlemen: I was troubled with asthma for 22 years. I have tried numerous f'w'of'!) ->
: It soon turpentine, linseed oil alcohol und vine- they have all failed. I ran across your advertisement and started with a trial bottle
that representatives of every self governing ical found relief at once. I have since purchased your full-sue bottle and jaw ever grate-
bottle and shake before
and crown colony will be pres gar. Put in a from I have family of four children and for six years was unable to work. I am now iu the
using. The furniture should be cleaned: of health and am doing business every day. This testimony you can make such use of
cut.The first with a soft flannel and a little of : you see fit. Home address, 235 Kiviugton street. S. UAPUAKI..
date set for the opening of the time. When ical Hi! East 12 th.t... c\\\orl. ( ity.
the mixture applied: at a
exhibition is May 15, and the managersare as
well rubbed in, polish with an old silk
hard at work laying out "I
the broths wherein, the exhibits will be .
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t 4. installed. Stone out ing n Do not delav. Write at once, addressing DI:. TAFT BIO MEDICIK: ('0., 7<< East
q The scene of the exhibition has a history The heaviest precious stone is the ':: 130th st. New York City.Old.
interesting in itself. The cured.
that is
zircou, which is four and a half times $ by All Druggists.
is the famous building
Crystal palace
: heavier than an equal quantity
$ the first international :-
of glass that housed ter; the lightest! is the opal only twiceas "
; exhibition, held in London in
t heavy as water.
;- IS51 This exhibition was given in The Seaboard Air-Line Railway
Hyde park but the great glass house Clouds and Temperature.With -
marvel that instead ( \
was regarded as such a a clear sky the temperature sent
after the ex
of boing destroyed 1.000 feet above the earth is 0 degrees

hibition was at an end it was taken lower than at the surface, with a cent

down and rebuilt on Sydenham hill. loudy sky 4 degrees only. or 31 The :Shortest: Route. The l B.-t Lin-.

half hour out from the heart of dress
an ----'

kindsof of steal for penmakingare
Throughout the year different The sheets
Including :Sun<.biv<.
trade and other exhibitions are held in their original; condition eight ,
end of and three feet wide. From -T-
in the place, and there is no feet long

,. permanent entertainments, including a these strips are cut wide enough to Savannah, Columbia, Southern Pines
of three or four ,
circus, an immense concert hall a roll- permit of the cutting

t er skating rink a theater a "false Richmond, Washington, Baltimore,

'I i lake building," sideshows alone covers and grounds sixteen:the like.200.acres The The and pens.CASTOR IA Philadelphia, New York,

4 the surrounding Through Pullman: : T1ooPC1-S.
f grounds include two fair sized lakes, a For Infants and Children. It

bicycle track a football field a cricket Only Line Operating Through Pullman Car Service Jacksonvilleto
Kind You Have Always BoughtBears
of gardens. New
I ': ground and a fine sweep of. Orleans.For .

Plans are being made by the amusement farther information writeE.
f which leases the "false theSignature L. BITXCII, Gen. Pass. Agent. A. 0. MAcDONELL Asst. Gen. Pass Apt-n',

>> company of Portsmouth. Va. Jaiksonulk, r .
lake." where the Spanish-American JAS. M. BARR, ice-President and General Manager, Portsmouth, Va.
In miniature last .,
u, I war was refougbt III ":
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: -- ..-': ".I ./"" Mesdames Canfield, Clark,Stickney,Miss '

.. W.L.HUGHLETT M. D., L.T.DANIEL, .., Beach and Miss Eliza Stickney were
D. D. 8.-Offices The Indian River ..
over ,* among the ladies board.A Asthma
k ; r' l.,
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: t meat of the Indian river country.WILLIAM ..' '
very enjoyable evening was given by

HINDLE.-Undertak and Embalmcr ,; 15 Mr. and Mrs.Ainsworth Saturday in honor BM MMBBM

a r _r. Bicycles and Sewing Machine supplies Minutes of Mrs. Ives, of Grand Rapids. Progressive hid *

t t ;'' b' .-,::' ;Tinning and Pipe Fitting, Repairing euchre was the feature of the evening' "One of my of asthma.daughters We tried
n- t t. : of Every Description.. Agent Beveridge, terrible elSe
'. Steam Cooker.. amusement, Miss Stickney carry almost everything, but without re
; .' '" '. fng off the first prize and Mr. Colby the lief. We then tried Ayers Cherry
FBANKLIPP: -Practical. Shoemaker; Forty gentlemen's prize. Miss J. Faith Coon Pectoral, and three and oneballbottles
*1. r' years experience; all kind of repairing sufficient to give most cured her.-Emma Jane
:: ,done, nice and cheap; also ladies'and men's you was the recipient of a handsome souvenirfor O.
;' : ,; shoes made to order. \ the lowest lady's score. Entsminger, LaDg vi11e.

\\t .'. fI0 TO J. H. SANDERS, The Old' Reliable delicious tea biscuit using :Mr.' and Mrs. Paddison entertained\ at

:' ' Store, for good, fresh and reliable goods the Avilah rooms and Stelfox hall Tues- Ayer's Cherry Pectoralcertainlycuresmanycases
t such as Dry Goods, Saddlery, Crockery.
t Hats,Trunks and a full line of Groceries. day eve. About thirty couples were pres- !
Royal Baking Powder as di- ent. Cards and dancing were followedby
.L' JAEVIS HOUSE-Open all the year round. delicious of asthma.
Y a supper at 11 p. m., and after -
t the river river *
: : Pleasant location facing on
1 .. front. Bates$2.00 per day,special terms by rected. A leavener. an intermission dancing was resumed And it cures bronchitis,
4 : .. the week or month.MELBOURNE pure, true until the early morning hours. Prof. weak
Koerger furnished the music. Fort Pierce, hoarseness, ,
Canaveral, Melbourne Titusville and other -
A .' whooping-cough, croup,
I. r MELBOURNE STATE BANK,MELBOURNE, point were: represented. The enter-
sFrs.F.. .H. Fee, president; C. M. Horton, tainment was given in honorof Jars Robbins winter coughs, night
4 extended
cashier. Every courtesy
ent with conservative banking., !:,- of Titusville., and Mrs. Anthonv.. of coughs, and hard colds.
1r' :t; .. Washington, Ga., sisters of Mr. Paddison. -
i r 4 ., FORT PIERCE BUSINESS DIRECTORY. for a visit, to Cuba. They have made tra struck into the tune they liked the nm aha: Zc..SOc..$L AIl drIUts

a' :' PLATTS Physician and Surgeon. many friends in Rockledge.Mr. best, and kept it up. They played, and Swagger entertainment by Eau Gallie's
C. P. -
.- the river promptly the "cello" and his partner danced, and bachelors this week. A special reporteris Consult your doctor. It be isys tit It.
: Calls to any point on Geoge .Sebring and family, Miss then do u l1e lays. If & jm art
: :, answered. Fo t Pierce. Florida. Elsa Roderes and Miss Polly Gregory they danced while the orchestra played. detailed for this important occasion.Not to use it. then don't take 1_. Ue. kDowa.
.1 Leave U with him. We are UliDr.J.
' spent Sunday at Melbourne\: at the chau- Sometimes the floor was full of dancers, .C.ATER CO..LowtU.3tus.

: .l m RWR[ R1PPIE3.t tauqua meetings, and a trip to the beach. and sometimes the others took a rest, a Minute to Lose
i but the "cello" danced and until
.'V. The masquerade ball at New Rockledgeon on on, If you are wet and feel chilled to the bone
c': '" I Saturday night drew a large crowd of finally out the door they went amid after a tramp through a storm. Get into The town-raarahal has sworn in a couple

.. Paragraphs Personal and. Newsy Briefs spectators, and was a success in every rounds of applause, and the orchestra dry clothes at once and warm your in- of dozen deputies to aid in keeping the
at Towns Along the Coast. took a rest. sides with a teaspoonful of Perry Davis' all
": I particular. :Mrs. J.E. McKee, as Goddessof Painkiller, in hot water, with a little su peace, the mayor will be in his office

", COCOA. Liberty, took the lady's first prize, and The concert and cakewalk at Hotel In- gar. Thus you will avoid a cold, and, day. TheW.'R. C. C. are notiied thatno

t .} in Mr. R. E. M. Porter, as clown, took the dian River, given by the bell boys of that possibly, a l long sickness. The precautionis meetings will be held during the present
", I> 2 Mrs. C. A. Loud spent a few days gentleman's first prize. hotel l, in its spacious dining hall, drew a worth while. There is but one Painkiller week, and the bar rooow will be

' :;. ,., : Titpsville the first of the. week. lage crowd of spectators. The hotel orchestra Perry Davis'. closed at 4 p. m.
One day recently foreign letter mail left
r .' ,- ; 3, Our dressmakers have talked "shirt furnished the instrumental music Y
for --- -
Rockledge Jungskold, Sweden Belfast u.
waist" until they plan them in their ; The programme was very interest-

T jt }=r dreams. Ireland; Jerusalem, Palestine; Edin- ing and well carried out. The bass solo, DRE7V'SPhoto
borough, Scotland; Lancashire, England; "
"At the Bottom of the Blue Sea
: Sweet fragrance fills the air, and the.! Omabuwick, Germany;Paris, France; Jamaica ,
by J. F. Mebane deserves thana
trees are fast becoming huge bouquets West Indies Manila P. Nassau
j orange ; I.j; -
passing notice. He has rich
a powerful Stock House.
: r; of sweetness. N. P.; Havana, Cuba' ; Montreal, voice, well under control. The cakewalk -

: ,4,: Everybody is glad to see Grandma Canada. at the close of the concert was participated

.. '. Johnson home again. Such old land- At the progressive euchre party at in by four couples, and created d 1Jks 9 C cameras: :

: marks are not easily spared. White's cottage on Tuesday evening, much merriment. Carey Browder and

Mrs. S. S. Jones, who has been tussel- Mrs. J. G. Leeds carried off the lady's Maggie Lewis carried off the cake, though I And Supplies of All

_ ' ing with la grippe, is improving and will first prize, a sterling silver hat pin, with :Melvin Sapp and Estelle :Mebane were For Amateur and Professional Developing and 1..utlNg.
soon be himself again, he hopes. Spanish coat of arms, enameled; Mrs. S. favorites with a close second. p."f--Mail Orders carefully handled.
H. Cutler, the second prize, a stickpin of 1
;',;' -' . Dr. Daniel is one of the busiest men in same design-both handsome pieces of The ladies of the Avilah desire to thank The H. & W. B DREW COMPANY / ,

town. In his trade, as in all others, jewelry to Mr. Marsh, proprietor of Hotel Indian

l, 7' \ everybody wants everything at once. possess. River, for his kindness in entertainingfree Jacksonv111o, F1n.
Rev. J. A. Hugttes preached a splendid _. .
of Miss --
the dramatic --
11 This fine weather makes the heart glad Dupree, -
and, the tourists think of home. The sermon last Sunday morning at the reader;also, forgiving the use of his parlor
chapel, to a large congregation. The New E. L. BRADY & BRO.
; days are gliding swiftly by, and the sum- and furnishing the orchestra for their entertainment ,
Rockledge orchestra furnished the music,
mer time will soon be here. on Wednesday night. They
which aided the singing very materially, also wish to thank Mrs. McKee Mr.
Dr. W. L. Hughlett d 4 n't know whether and it is hoped that they will be able to Powell and Mr. Jewell for t'.eir: ,vocal GROCERIES, HAY, GRAIN AND ALL FOOD PRODUCTS. .
he lives in Rockledge or Cocoa, and
help on every Sabbath morning. The
r :Mrs. H. is glad if she catches a glimpse of day in all its music, and Professor Heidelberg and the We handle produce of all kinds. We are agents fur )Iape Fertilizers. We deal exclusively
was perfect
appointments. '
,. members of his orchestra for their kind in the above lines of goods and solicit the trade of :all consumers. Write as: for prices on
> \ limit once in twenty-four hours. The song service: at the New Rockledgewas ness, fine music and help. They appre Grain and all Groceries, delivered at your station. E. L. BRADY & BRO.,TiTfsviLLl. FLA. ..

The schools of Cocoa are preparing for very well attended and enjoyed by ciate all the generous donations and ,_ u .. .
entertainment to'be given in town all. The orchestra gave several tine se- from
I ,', an kindly help everyone.
J tall at the close of school. Indica lections. Jas. Pritchard & Son

;,' tions are that it will be a good one. The ball at Hotel Indian River on The guests at the New Rockledge gavea ,
J musicale in the parlors of that inn on
Mr. and Mrs. Shaw, Mr. and.Mrs. Ferris Wednesday evening of last week was a
; .: Thursday evening of last week, the most Headquarters
I' .J ' and Prof. and Mrs. Smith were among merry one. The members of the orchestra successful one of all. The orchestra for. . . .
\. the onlookers from Cocoa at the mask i from the New Uockledjze were there .
{ seemed at its best. The violin solo by
\ ball at Rockledge on Saturday night. The and participated in the dizzy mazes, and
t '- Mr. Marsh was very fine, and the audi-
attraction. when the N. R. "Cello" was gracefully HARD\ARE
music the
\, i. was ence held its breath from fear they would
yTc tripping o'er the glassy floor, the orches-
If three bridges across Halifax river at I lose one note of the exquisite music. ,

Daytona are maintained by toll, why not He had to respond to the encore with
one across Indian river It is a need that another solo. The 'cello solo by Mr. ..Tinware, Crockery, Stoves. ..

must be filled sooner or later. Let some GettingThin Francisci also captured the audience, and Boat Goods Paints Oils

?' ..' one start a stock company, and see how brought rounds of applause. Mrs. McKee andVVOODENVV, ,

:< soon the amount necessary can be raised. seemed in excellent voice and spirit, and

f,' The entertainment given in'Cocoa hall sang "Who'll Buy My Flower*?" charmingly ARE.

for the benefit oCAvilah library was a and responded to the continued Write for prices.
4 applause by another solo. :Mr. Powell
q decided success. Every number was TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.Box .
greatly appreciated. Miss Harrison's anc always pleases his audience with his ,
rich, musical tones, and he sang two )love 212.
Miss Casseres' piano playing is certainly
t. :' an inspiration to our to keep eternally is all right i if fat songs so charmingly that it is no wonderhe
4 young
; : you are too ; has a bride with him this winter. The JAMES PRITCHARD President W.M. BROWN. Vice-President. C. S. SCHUYLEK Cufcier
at the practice until they attain the
4 and all if too thin already.Fat duet of Mrs. McKee and Miss Simmonswas
like results. Mrs. DeGive and daughter, wrong
; 1 Mrs. Horine fine performers applauded vociferously, but the singers INDIAN RIVER STATE BANKS
are certainly for
j .. enough your habit, is refused to respond, and the audiencehad
I on the piano forte, and their playing was
to be satisfied Great credit is due ,
healthy a little more less is
the most drawing feature of the enterrsl ; or ,
f :Mr. Stout, the pianist and leader of the County Depository. ,
tainment. it is rare to find so finea '
Surely -
no harm. Too fat
great consulta orchestra, for the success which these Authorized CapItal$100,000.
\ a performer as! Mrs. DeGive at her age. I

And this, also, is an inspiration to the doctor; too thin, persistentlythin musicales attain. Every one appreciatesthe Paid up Capital, $ 25,000. -c'\cAlk;
artists in thus giving their time and
1 older ones to keep in touch with the what Average Deposits, $100,000.TRANSACTS : ,
no matter cause, takeScott's talents for the enjoyment of the public.
piano and the spirit and music of the : -
Certainly I Rock ledge is favored in the A
times. Never be too old to practice or to Emulsion of Cod Liver

:: give up the pleasure of 1 living. Miss Du- Oil. sical line this !season. General Banking Business.

;. 'Ii. : pree's elocution and dramatic readings
t j were the finest ever given in Cocoa. We There are many causes of get- Largest and Oldest
Hazlewood took to Palm
a run
trust entertainments will be
many more ting too thin; they all come Beach this week by rail. Bank on the Uher.I .
given, and that the ladies of the Avilah i
,} \. r will meet with the desires of their hearts under these two heads: over- Mrs. Dutton is the.guest of Mrs. G. F. I Exchange Bought and Sold on ." = y i

and achieve the results they are seeking work and Paddison for a few weeks. I all Foreign Countries.

4 after-the, securing of a permanent home underdigestion.Stop .
Miss Isabella Burns, of Canaveral, was Patronage appreciated. Prompt service,
:k and a fine abode for their library and over-work, if you can; the guest of :Miss: Hodgson Monday.Mr. polite treatment and every favor consistent *$ t }
4 I reading room. They are very thankful I with conservative banking granted.
*' t.t to every one who has helped by their .I but, whether you can or not, and :Mrs. Sibbley, of the Olean (N. CORRESPONDENTSSeaboard :
|i Y.) Herald, are guests at the Indian River .
t? _. presence and good will to bring this sued take Scott's Emulsion of Cod':I National Bank of New York, t'4 z
i cess. They heartily thank Mrs.: DeGive ;I Inn. and National Bank of Jacksonville. - ,. ,

,t'c and Mrs. Horine, Miss Harrison and Miss Liver Oil, to balance yourself I i j j' :Misses Florence and Bessie Hodgson TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.

r .: 'Casseres for their kindness and help. with your work. You can't live j took in the chautauqua at Melbourne on ,


r UQCKI DGE. on it-true-but, by it, you Archdeacon and :Mrs. B. F. Brown, of Par old Roofing .

't Plenty of oranges yet on the trees, and can. There's a limit, however; Titusville, are the guests of Mrs. I. G. h
; the crowded with bloom. .
r trees are Gilbert this week.
\ you'll pay for it. For Permanent Roof.
A little more rain would be acceptable, Mr. and Mrs. Miller, of White Plains,

if it would come without catching cold. Scott's Emulsion of Cod Liver N. Y., are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. F.

:Mr. and Mrs. A. D. :Merwin, who have Oil is the readiest cure for K. Colby this week. Neponset Roofing

been visiting relatives in Rockledge, left "can't W. Ii.'Iunn is enjoying a spell of sick- For
eat of Temporary
for their home at Eden on Sunday. comes ness this week, but nothing serious is apprehended Roof.

*' Walter has your doing no work--you can't by his physician. Cheaper than Shingles,
The Goodyear place recently -
Better than Tin.........
changed hands, and repairs and improvements long be well and strong, withoutsome Mrs. Robbins and Mrs. Anthony, sisters For sale by,

are being made by the new sort of activity.The of our townsman, G. F. Paddison,

I proprietpr. genuine has spent some time in Eau Gallie this week. Geo. IF1. IPsLddLison

.. Mr. and Mrs. John G. Leeds returned this picture on it, Miss Marietta Dasher,of Valdosta, Ga., ,
: on Sunday from their trip to Miami and take no other. and Miss Gertrude E. Mims-; of Bonaventure The Lumberman,

Palm Beach, well pleased with everything jf you have not are expected at Pine Lodge on Sat-. EAU GALLIE, FLORIDA. 11J
they saw. tried it, send for urday.

? ,\ ;--r' .... Mrs. Vreeland and Miss Currier, who free sample taste, its will agreeable Orange blossoms are in great demandby -N.- . ji ::
;; GEO. HATCH. .
c 's.j' have been on a short visit to the latter's surprise you. the young ladies just at present. Why e
.. : "" ; parents, in Rockledge, left on Thursday SCOTT & BOWNE don't some of our niossbacked bachelorsget -- - --
\ ,"1 for their New Jersey homes. Chemists 1 1 I Dealer in .
/ a move on them All you want is a General Merchandise!

= .,: it *.?'Miss Pratt and Miss Paulison, who have 409 Pearl Street, license and the preacher, boys! r" I ; .
: .
New York. "
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t >,1':': ':'j been spending the winter in Rockledge as c. Capt. Stickney carried a party t- the consisting of everything ROCKLEDGE

x if, /t" : : guests. of White's cottage, leave shortly) 50c. and $l.00jall druggists. ocean beach Monday O.... ,... {'Q\. ..,. .. usually first-class kept general in a store,; FLA.-

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