Group Title: Florida star (Titusville, FL)
Title: The Florida star
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 Material Information
Title: The Florida star
Uniform Title: Florida Star
Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Star
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: S.W. Harmon
Place of Publication: Titusville ; Cocoa, Fla.
Titusville Fla
Publication Date: March 21, 1902
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075901
Volume ID: VID00618
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 34175599
alephbibnum - 002071719
lccn - sn 96027111
lccn - sn 96027111
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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-' '1\ 5 :e : :i;. ", ' Mr*.; -Whft'ton'ii>_Xew' ..Io.oAde. ;. to ffedaUonWe,have: here I ;Whit of assessing City Tuesday taxes for, March the year IStli 1902: -.& '

'.<'tt k"Y'): -';. "" ..'-. ;_''-:, ;, ; " ', Adrlce. .. .,,to., Young_ :,,Writera..1" J',', .. .-' I In.:yjew. 'writerSiWno h aveVssib11iUq! Fort Drum-Thursday.'March 20th. Ra1iabIeDeaIer fS in Reliable FURNITURE

::.:' . :tk.1.,.;....' :: M'I" .( ,['Special> .COlTespondence.'f" .as, stinguished ;.from .thosewbV write i W09<1I l-MondayMareh 24th. .

'J Lt: : 4rr{ \ ri- ::: 'NEW 'YOHK.: ,March. 111 -1I#, Edltff'WJtiarton :wholly atrandoni-, taking: nothing! to .bastian'Thnrsday Narrows Tuesday, March, March 25th 2Tth.-._ .

'. : i ;f&l.: i i fit : /,new; book,. .:-The' Valley of I heart.. 'tryIng. ,th-,ir' .hand'- at. literature. Grant-Saturday,3Iarch 29th *
; "ff i>eclslpn :' Deceiving mpeb; attention :with 'no, equipmentand! : 10 sense oftilings. i .Mala Tuesday, April 1st. . ,. We ave the largest andmost, select line of Furnituje and rp.MattIngsa4 ,
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city. are
from:the critics. arid the;opinions ,thi2 'Eau !
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,. .7 5 led something they call realism, by 437
; by at lower prices than any 1V
Can sell better goods
; t' : ''-;:: : ,. express regarding it are varied aid ln. Cocoa-Saturday, April 5th. prides. positively ypu :
.I Which they iind: rstarid the, naked prejsentmejit G orgi na-Monday, April 7th., in this section. .i >ii i V
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r : ,. "a novel.,though takes a, desU'etc1t 10th. -
' f} fueling and without" tliat: creative art ,

;'" ..\i-! '<:<$ j.' J:r? it' ....,'.< of""the imagination. 'to place It .in: the 'Wh1CVtt p f9 f whatever It .touches. -. :.Citjr Point Monday Friday.,April April llthjTitusville 14th.. ;

: & -;f 'F<.. category of fiction, ." And herein Isfrhqlespme: and helpful LaGrange-Wednesday.April 16th.V Baby Carriages

The: workdeals with.the politlcal! and advice to the spirlng'young writer Haulover-Frid.ay, April 18th., ETvL -
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social conditions 'In Italy the ... -AXD- ..
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,_\ ....-' t u' :f' ."''i''',::.' ..,,,,-,.:, ,! .s ": last., ,,4ecade. t"of. the- .eighteenth. ..." entury..' Fighting Bugs and Blights.Tnei . :'V' ;
\ ; Beware of Ointments for Catarrh that Con- #
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f i I tq. -{ Y' h18'was a "v &; IntereStIng period in V ' tala Mereul'7as J/V -a Carts. : ;

? : j 1 *1. t >;1 Italian history-the. ,be'gianing of the, fighting of, insects and fungus energies V ,
f i . > i is as important I as. any other:part ofpotato 'mercury will surely destroy the sense of ThIIJI/ ,
{ t {fT \f transition: ,stage between. the, old and smell and completely derange the whole system V
culture. The of
:. : the ne; v Italy-and| .Mrs. Wharton .application anarsenical'poison ,when entering it through the mucous 1Ifti.U1i! _
f i l fir' in stock c4ttTh J
., 1 is theory' reliable inex; surfaces. Such articles should never be used ?, Ii Over 50 new designs lit- V '
t. ': 1 ,' ".," strongly and entertainingly depicts the pensive .method for fighting i the, .insect except on prescriptions: fiorn reputable Lysi- II 'frouf .' i
\ 'k conditions of the ..time. exhibiting: the clans as the daiuage they will do is tenfoldto fReclining
} i j: IJi::) pests, and bordeaux x mixture is the'only Go Carts, robber tired whe fe
the derive from
d good'you can possibly
; -: ,j tinsel glitter on Its surface and the As '
F;' sure preventive of the blight.. : soon! as
tt em.laWs Catarrh Care, manufactured
\ by. and ls- From |8.0Q up. .
t'i.! : loW; more or less5 secret processes by the potatoes are three,or four inched high, F( J. Cheney Co.. Toledo, 0., contains! ,:po!. paras ,

f'f .1 Y' ., .which the newicra; 'was ushered in> they should be''sprayed with, bordeaux D.ercury.and) is taken internally, acting directly I / Nice Carriages, upholstered in' fine w--

4 '1. .. ;, 1 '-,j f,:.# In :her;'previous works,. The...Touch' mixture and paris green, or J bordeaux: the sy upon tern. the In blood buying and Hall's mucous Catarrh surfaces Cure of 'durnys$1O00.

A': ;> !1t-' I stone," "The'Greater: Inclination" :and mixture and lead arsenate.' This siioul be sure you get the genuine. It is taken in- V V When you need Carriage or Go Cart,

:: j 'f:!''', ": "Crucial Instances,". Mrs.. Wharton tie reneated as often'as the Dlants make ternally.and is made in Toledo. Ohio.. bv. F.- and will seDd
(: }: ;:-j/ !f.- : demonstrated that 'she has knowledge. five* six Indies'of additional growth.* J.Cheney & Co. Testimonials free t!V -V 178. write us, stating price, we

i 1 I. ; .;' ?:: sympathy, ,taste.and an exquisite style, When;the- danger of the.Colorado. beetle Hall's.PSold Family by druggists Pills are;price the ,best.7c..per bottle.. % 4ir / catalogue.. \

; ). : 1- : but in the. matter of literary polish her Has passed, bordeaux mixture alone can S olid'Oak ''Bedroonrt Suits .v...... $16 00

4 :; ;' ,' I,, latest work Is. farand aw y beyond all be used. .The'spraying'should be continued A Whole Y.tar! Solid Oak Sideboard. Swell Front, French Mirror......... 15 00_

::. r'. > :. its predecessors. It must be. admitted as long as the potatoes continue.'to "Mamma how can you ask me to Solid Oak Dining Table, 6 feet long......... .... ...... ... 0 00

1 ; r.:.:'' : that a more workmanlike piece of writ I make rapid, growth. To 'ward off the marry him when he has no social posItion Solid Oak Cane Seat Dining Chairs-Set....'. .:> 5 00
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: i : Ing.than "The Valley of Decision" has; I blights it, is necessary that .each leaf r"But. Beautiful Linen Shade with .-.'" 50

) r not In, a,)long' time been put forth by i should be protected, solar as practicable:, my dear, he tells' me he has ..
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Nice Matting, new figures, per yard. .
,an Americanvauthor. with a coating ofcopper. made a million.
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;. 'Jlrs.. Wharton-. s'a New-York- , woman Spraying is the most effective method "But even with that !t will take him p-See.our ad. in, Savannah Press and News. V

:? F, of prominent and 'wealthy family and applying insecticides and fungicides. a year to get into society."-Life. Broughton St. West SAVANNAH, GA.

: has.spent much time abroad,', particularly obtain"
To the :best results the material ECZEMA KEMEDY.
: : : :- : to southern Europe which admirably '
t ; z : fitted her for hei\latest literary must be forced through l proper nozzle.so ORLANDO, FLA., October: 2, 1901. I
make fine mist. small !
as to 'a very On
.task.i .-' .. The Hancock Liquid Sulphur Co. b "THEf EAST COAST OF FLORIDA
fields force hose nozzle and
: - a pump, a a .
:, : Henry MAIdenthe. chief. editor,. of Gentlemen: I take pleasure! in recommendhiir is PARADISE REGAINED." '
barrel for holding the mixture
\ a spraying
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has.been in "Hanrork'i Liquid to
Harper's.Magazine, giving Sulphur"
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: and a wagon for carrying the above 4:
: the current issue ol| that 'publication anyone 'suffering witb eezema. I have
i: p some pertinent'advice,to yoong'and aspiring would constitute the necessary spraying had it for ten or fifteen year: ?; have tried
:'\ : outfit. This form of an outfit could bused many rt'mE'.tif't ami foiiml no relief untilI FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY.
of
+ 9. authors. One. the principal
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duties of Mr. Alden is to the not only for spraying' potatoes, [but was indnct'lh to try your "H. L S." .
:V pass upon also used on fruit trees. In large fields of Have only used it a s'lIIrt' while) and am

: 4-1 ,: merits of'I manuscripts offered for publication ten or twenty acres or more, it is advisable now almost entirely cured I can truthfully -, LOCAL TIME CARD No. 38. In Effect January 15,1902
V ?! A4 ; So far.at least as Harper's is KW that after fifty vearsas practising
to automati
use an sprayer.V'
V :. concerned be' Is a literary autocrat,. physician that your "Liquid Sulphur" is
practice have found those that SOUTHBOUND-READ DOWN. NORTHBOUND-READ UP.
:z V .: yet he is'one of the most approachable our we the most wonderful, remedy for eczemaI -
# :V V of men and withal: one of the most I spray four rows better than where it is haert>r known. Yours respectfully, 1 I I eNII.u'eNO.u'' '

: . kindly of critics. As he sits 'at his I attempted to spray. larger number atone DR \V.V.. LEAKE. 'No.99'No.29 \' MAIN LINE. No.78'No.74

L J. ?k time. The Vermorel is the most satisfactorY __ ______ __
: desk little
his
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; V' 'manuscript
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Balsams from tho Northern Woodare
;. spraying nozzle which we have S 20 p 125'p 1 55 a 9 40 a Lv...Jacksonville....A.r 'I 00 p 1 10 p I O p 'l 60.
# .1 .open do /red coop on the editorial or used. It throws finer than others in Fray-Balsam,the certain cure for coughs.. ....... ....... ....... 948a .....SO. Jacksonville..Lv 8 e3p ....... .......
V V : : V of. -thcr great'Harp'er publishing house a spray Lp 2Cp gOOalor.5a .....Augustine...... 553p 1p U3p e5oaU
; t he ,the inexperienced and is on this account easily clogged, ....... ...... ....... 27a ..,......H&st1ngs......... e 14p......... .......
V in'Franklin square greets and .,013p 24p 940a1' 42& .......EastPalatk&....... { esp G ap a I
: '. and terrified aspirants for care must be exercised that the CASTOR .....13 lSp .......... Neoga. .......... 4 :5p .. ..... .... ... ....... t ai
tV .: honors with as much cordiality spraying mixture is carefully strained.A ....... ....... .......13 31p .........Bunnel1s......... 411p...........
: V literary 37p ..........Dupont ......... 4 ........ .. :
,: ? 1 as he extends: to, the authors, of recognized Printer Greatly Surprised."I For Infants and Children. 14 .12 .....Ormond......... i17p 'IClp .60&

V 'V V standing.' With kindly smile and never was so much surprised in my The Kind You Have Always BoughtBears ;. : .: I Uf; .....:::po nn"g ..::::::: .4C8p..6e2p. .49a iIr V
\ : : V' ; cheerful, word he. puts them quickly life, as I was with the results of using :! 19a l4Sp.. ewSmyrn& ...... 3 45p C 33p jl2a a
: at easeand makes"themILfeel thatthey Cham erlain's Pain Balm HenryT. c ...... a C3p .........Oll.kBilL........ 2 ... .. ..... .
2VV ,
V 4 :; ; .. are, not ,in1 the presence of an austere Cook, pressman of the Asheville, says (N.C.) V theSignature 5 .! .... i a. ::::::::.Titusville..Coeoa ....::::::: i C3p...U3p.....515p. .816a. .

: ,.: literary censor whose chief delight isi Gazette. "I contracted a severe case of of .C GOp 33p ........Rockledge..1 = tSp 4 5p 2 28&
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V V V 22- ....... 1 t3p 4 22p..
". :. ', rheumatism early last winter by getting . t: 30p ........Melbourne........ .12 13p 414p.-iJ
c ::1 Ij' V my feet wet. I tried several things'for it -------- G. 03p .......Sebastian ........ 11 ...... ....
j' f, .u- without benefit One day while lookingover &N OLD ..C CIp .........St. Luele..W ..... ..... p
ADACE
> S 1a C5 .......FortPierce....... 12 19 p C3 p 12 13 a
'Ii the Gazette, I notized that Pain ........ lp ........WhiteCity..10..10 ...... ... ......
Balm'was positively guaranteed to cure SAYS ........ ..o. 26p ..........Tibbals.......... .10 ..... .... ...
rheumatism, so bought a bottle of it, and _- ....... .:::: 30p..Eden........... ...... .... ...
before thirds of it rheuma- ....... :! .3 35p. .......... Jensen.......... 10 ..... ..... ....
:: using two my ... .... ......... .
t A light purse Is a heavy curse = ;: ( p ...... Stuart 47a.
tism had taken its flight and I have not .... :23p..4. ..Hope Sound....... .
had a rheumatic pain since." Sold by Sickness makes a light purse. .N o.25.... ...... Z ..6 .......West Jupiter ...... H


IIVjil : Wilson & Son.Captain DI'l. 'fns. \\vlo has IHTI !iViI! : tenths The LIVER of all disease.is the seat of nine _a G 0158.55 BOa a I 5 5 6 615a 600ll.ro 40&SOa 05 a :c:1I 9!' .. ..7 30 05p 43 25p 15p p p..Ar.Lv..Hotel..Hotel...West.West...The Royal Royal Palm Palm Breakers Poinclan&Poillciana.Beach Beach. ....Ar...... .55a.-800al010a12.. .. p. f3 p Ul D p


at Cologne, near Geneva for sonif tiw 1007 ...... ... 03 P ......Boynton ..... .Lv 1 Ba ..... ..... .... a t7 p
l I W I past, has determined to leave Swit/.ei! 10 9a .......... t3p ......FortLanderdale..6 SSa ..... ..... .... 4 tp
_;4' \ V L4ki- 'V land and make his borne in Alsace utt's Pills i 114.)8 11 86a..'8. .1.(.).a....13... .. ... CO 41 p p.. Ar.Miam1..Lv....... Lemon: City ....... .. I 5 5 58b.....820a1100a.. ........... .CO. .p... 4 tOO 1p p

i \ where he was born. He will spend tlic

,4 .j, 'winter in the Riviera after which he Condensed Schedule Between Jacksonville and St. Augustine

V /7 % will definitely settle' down in Alsace JACKSONVILLE TO ST. AUGUSTINE.
\ go to the root of the whole matter -
\ devoting his time to literature and scientific '
V ? ; . V' V t pursuits. V thoroughly, quickly safely 'No.23 'No.27 *No.35LN0.29 INo.31!!No.37 'No.43 'No.93'No.99lNs.l: S

I i and restore the action of the Lv.Jaeksonville........... Tfi5a900a 940a1255p 233p 8COp4COp 805p 1 UOpfB3Cp
1. ': .' Having a Run on Chamberlain's Cough LIVER to normal condition. Ar. St. A.u ustine............ : lOa 10 50 a 1 55 p a 33 J) 4 COp 510 p 0 C 1 :3 pJ jp

liemedy. I ST. AUGUSTINE TO JACKSONVILLE.
,_ \ Between the hours of eleven o'clock a. I Im. Give tone to the system and

1 : and closing time at night on January' olid flesh to the 'No.981'No.92' NO.16Ng.44! NO.36! NO.3SI-Ne>>.7S!-No.7 -NII.HIN..at
25th, 1901, A. A. Clark druggist Glad'eSprings body. '
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Va ,sold twelve bottles of Cham : St. AU 8t1ne......... 650&\ 800a 1' 8 l.5a1! 8 65 a 11103111 40a 550 G 10 p 8 20P1 a SOp
j:- \ berlain's Cough Remedy. He says: "I Fake No Substitute. '" Ar. Ja.cksonvillE'............ I 00 a 9 00 a 9 15 a:10: 05 a 12 10 al12 43 ii 7 03 pi 7 10 p 7 30 p1 9 SO p

> never handled a medicine that sold betteror SCHEDULES OF BRANCH LINES.
I better satisfaction to customers. -
gave -
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my ,
ToOwnersof
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This remedy has been in generaluse
JACKSONVILLE TO MAyORT. PALATKA TO EAST PALATXA.STATIONS. .
t Gas and Gasoline
in Virginia for and the .
many years
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'V V people there are well acquainted with its I- Engines, Launches, I No.5 I- 7No:19No.21 I: r[ SUTlO S. I .No.47N I :>.49 I-No.51 I.No.n I-N-t.51

V excellent qualities. !\Ianyof them.have ,r Automobiles, Etc. Lv. Jaeki'\lll HIe... 83'a' G 15 plO 11)a 2 CO I' Lv. plI.latka V 15 a 11 i.:) 2 15 pi 4 3Sii1 ZS.Jacksonville. -p
? MBS.EDITH WHABTOX. testified to the remarkable cures which it 8 SSa 6 23p\10 ISa 2 C3p AT.E. P'l'tka.! 9 B5aIU, S5 ail 2 35p; 4 Cp1 e p
V You can avoid use of Pablo Beach.... 9 10 a e C5 pH 60 a 2 i'
to blast their but of cordial has effected. When P
hopes a need good
3 a reliable
: you batteries and expense
Atlantic Beach. 91:) a 7 CO fj.a 245 p EAST PALATKA TO PALATKA.
: and sympathetic man of letters who' medicine for a cough: or cold, or at V of their constant re Ar. Iayprt ...... 9 3a: 7 15 Pi10, IQa 3 C3p ,
V would tack of the grip, use Chamberlain's Cough newals you have In STATIONS. .No.46sNo.48sN IMAYPORT
tVA4 gladly help them along This ttfeir place an JACKSONVILLE. o.501.N3.52.Ne.51;
'V does not however that'he is Remedy and you are certain to be more '
mean, go- 1 Lv.E.P'l'tka S 4)1101 V 4a'11 4'a 2 tTpSTATIONS. ,
Ing to buy their manuscripts unless than pleaded with the quick cure which it AUTOSPARKER. 'No.6 i.No.1Si I I iNo.201 Ar. Palatka. 9 (OiaLlC O.5a12 O8p! 307 pl.p
aflords. For sale by Wilson & Son.A It can be attached to any machine,new or old.
I' ' V they possess real merit though they Write for descriptive booklet containing testimonials Lv. Iayport .. ..... 63.'ia; 1 445pl11 :ua BAN MATEO BRANCH.
may be assured that if their contributions from well-known makers and owners Atlan tic Beach. 6 50a CC3p11 4-5a I
I .. Remembrance. of gas and gasoline engines, automobiles, PabloBeac ..... 65-) C5 pill 60 a SnTIOYs. .68 .
tii :' .have merit at all they will receive "At least said the proud trotter, launches,etc.MOTS1NGER. S.Jacksonvllle. ; 27 a 5 37p.12 22p I
I' i Just consideration. DEVICE MFO. CO. Ar. Jacksonville ..._ Jr :J;) a 5451':1: : 3'l' _ 6 :5 i 74:) alLv .E Falatka..Ar & as a P t
"we will be remembered by the proverb 6 5S p 8 ffi .Sa.n Matt o. .Lv 8 15 a 17:3
It
Speaking of his work, Mr. Alden says 'horse sense' No one ever heardof 207 nain street, Pendleton, Ind. SANFORD BRANCH.

: V r J.j:; that "often out of fifty manuscripts not h i ORANGE CITY BRANCH.
: automobile sense. -Chicago News.Can't STATIO
----- 'No.11 S. 'No.12
_.:M 1' ); a single one is available for use how- .....FO R..... SUTIOSS. -No.2'NL4- ..

: 1'\.1: ever Interesting in.other respects some Keep It Secret. A Shave and a Hair Cut 7lSa Lv..Titusvllle..Ar............... :Mims............... 1 l-C7 20p p 3 C3P10 FaVLv.V..Smyrna..kr 1 43u1 6 .
: F;$ of them may be. There is the fairly The splendid work of Dr. King's New 883 a. .............. Osteen .............. 11 CZp t 3t pill 21 a "..Lake Helen... 1% pi.11 H P
: ; well written or story utterly devoid Life Pills is daily coming to light. No 8M a ............Enterprise............. SOs i : Sa ....OransreC.ity..IU 45n1 e OGp P
V ,. V essay such liver ....GO Tt:'.... 9 SO a............Sanford...........Lvlll 00_a 4 :51'111 4aAr..O.Cjty'Je..Lr1243pI 6 08 V
:' ' :r of human Interest.- There is the grand remedy for and bowel n

I travel sketch .which would 6e good if troubles was ever known before. Thousands Carruthers'- -' =:=- Daiy. Dally except Sunday. tDaily except Monday. |!Sunday olny.
Trains do not at stations which
i bless them for curing stop opposite no time is shown.
constipation
T4 I.*i4 V !(: had any novelty or, the character sick headache, biliousness, jaundice and, ......Barber Shop These Time Tables show the times at which trains may be expected to arrive and depart ,
' 2 < sketch equally trite and.it may be, disguised from the several stations.but their arrival or departure at the times statid is not RuarantSsd,
V V '" V indigestion. Try them. 25c. at Screven'sdrag : None but experienced work- nor does the Company hold Itself responsible for any delay or any consequences artaiaz '
dialect There
V ; ,by an outlandish store. TITUSVILLE therefrom.
V men employed and perfect J J
1L1! A': Is the story elaborately ,manufactured guaranteed.___. j rijvpnisatisfaction -

;'' 'j e ,1 with Ingenious skill} but without a Potatoes and Turnips. J. L. CABBUTHERS.Proprietor. Peninsular and Occidental Steamship Connections at Miami.
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-i L V breath. genius'or a'smgle trace cUbe. Two pounds ef potatoes it Is said. -
.. story teller's native art; another story contain as much nutriment as thirteen BETWEEN MIAMI, KEY WEST AND HAVANA. 1j'
V Corn and Oats
V
;' 1 I that has good points, but no, concentration pounds of turnips. High MIAMI.NASSAT7 LINE. I

; of interest, and still another, writ- Commencing January 6, 190'2.. V

: ten to enforce moral overstrained for Mrs. C. E. VanDeusen, of Kilbourn, TRY Ly.MtamaMon.Thurs..11 SOp I I LY. Nassau," (Ads., Sats...................M00.
2 / trouble Ar.Nassau,Tues.,Fm............,........ 3 00p | Ar. Mu ml, Thurs., Suns.................. SCO*
1 with 'stomach
;"V V the effect in view and unnatural. If Wis. 'was afflicted .
Commencing February 8, IOC'2.Lv.
; i' V- a contribution shows genius, though and constipation for a long time. She PURINAFEE.D .Miami.Mons.,Wed.s.,Fr1s..3 OOp I LT.NassauTnea.Thnrs.. ; &tt..1 MB f
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V ;*5' & 1, It is pretty sure to go back to the aur but none have done me the good thatChamberlain's DIRECT LINE. .. ..11

c :VV V 4 q. thor with a kind and encouraging note. Stomach and Liver Tablets Commencing January 1, 1m JI!

V j\ '- have.'' These tablets are for sale at Wilson OF LT.Miami,Suns.,Weds.,................11 80 p I LT.Havana,Tues.,Fris..............13 oo na ..
: "Often, continues Mr. Alden._ "it. &iSon'8 drug-store. ?Price, 25 ,cents, Ar.Eavana, Mons.,Thurs................ 5 00p I| Ar. Miami.Wed3.Sats................. i 00. I
: : ' seems.to the ,editor that.If the contribu- Samples free. ; : OKKE '..; HttKm.' V MIAMI, KEY WEST AND HAVANA.

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':C "GABARDINEOF'W J E. * i the- home-"dressmaker-r' ,1 tfTeslnerprentice 8ZA80ABD'. SCHEDULE' CHANGES.- i
j .L "lb. 5l ,' L <
\; : ; '> .hand' 'oh crape bands, she Effective March 2nfl,the Seaboard Air Line . 1
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ZEw.IterIAlah'; Mar Be O..aAi railway made a number: of changes in the -
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should:
; ,remember to cut the, ''crape, on . !
a' "por' MonrniiiK! ,Gowni.%. \ schedule of their passenger trains.' Those that
::1speeiai ,the _straight right across ,the piece.. affect, Jacksonville, more particularly are as !
Correspondence '
'j. ? ] .This brings the grain bias, :if/she follows '
New YOBK March ?
r'r { ; 11. How. women ';Trains 38 and 37,operated betweea'Jaekeonvilieand CASTORIA
f makes the mistake ..of putting/on ''.the ? !
jwpuld express their.sense ofioss,by.the : Savannah, leaving'Jacksonville
death,:of some*loV' d one if vjt were noitf bias, becrape will' look ,as if it, bid at 4:10 pj jo. and pamving':,Jacksonville 'ai .
'and' biacki- been cut on the straight! ,' and that, is 12:15 m,will be, taken oS; and 36 and 35 will .
or,the : ,inaketrpInto )
crape goods "
; ;to '
x ', almost a: crime., 4 piece of,black crin- be inaugurated a& a daily passenger train, to .
< comber'gamentfeit'/!* difficult ,For Infants and Children. -
be
oPerated betweenJacksonville.BrqDwicltnd
oline to .:
bt.t
be cut fit theplace ,
where:
,
to It.seems1tbatnothlrig: short of Savannah, to leave Jacksonville at 7:15
it ,is desired to have the crape band $. m.and to arrive'Jacksonville at 9:15 p.m., S
being swathed from: Bead tti.
:r to foot .
and over this the 'crape:is basted, so {-The Seaboard Fast Mail, ,No. 68,operated
: 8uchgjLirments The Kind You Have .
; could alleviate the grief J '
": i that, it leaves both edges turned in between,.Jacksonville. New Yot ; will ;
But since .we must wear or.:see others leave Jacksonville 8 p-in.instead of 7:45 i1wAegc .
properly. Then the whole, Is catstitcbr The Florida &
'i-t Metropolitan Limited
wear:mourning 'habilimentsleV ns atJeast"try' I p. m. ,
f ; : ed down tq the garment a solid vestibuled train between ,St.,Augus
to relieve Always Bought
,the 'sad'somber.: OLIVE II..BPD. Jacksonville and New York, will con -.
; ;k .. ness of some of .Its. effect by ;havlng' tinue to be operated on Jts.present schedule UePreparationforAslmilating
'
, 1: < the garments, made; as,prettily ,as posy La grippe coftghs, yield ,quickly to.the to leave St. Augustine d&ilyat 8:55 a. m., and heFood endRe ula-
f slble._ They'really da these thlngS"bet: wonderful curative qualities of Foley's Jacksonville at 10:10 a.'la. -
5 ; andBbwds of
There isno change in the schedule of passenger t&g the Stomachs Bears the
: teriln 'Engliuid'than',they:.del here. In5f' Honey and Tar. There is nothing else service between Florida points.

England: there Is ,a set ''rule almost, as. "just as good." For sale by Wilson & Son. train* .

; ,rigid,*asithe laws pf the' ..Medes and The Great American Climate.

, -+." Persians" 'that we, read about" such a The Club. .f On the heels of a bright mild day comes Signature r

. depth ,of crape for such ,a- loss and The, most ancient weapon ,was the a howling blizzard, and the nest' thing Promotes t'.511ofLC&erfut'nessandRest.Containsneiter

t length 'of time;after the 'funeral: The club, and one blow,with It In the, hand Vou know the weather is spring-like again. .'

i l styles are 'graded, and'.thewidow .always of a vigorous wielder was usually No wonder people have colds and sore Opnun,1tlorphine nori'mefal.NOT ,of

\ has the lion's share of ..crape. ,I enough to'cause a knockout. Several chests and stiff backs: ,Luckily, Perri'Davis' NARCOTIC.

have often wondered if that stone_ studded clubs \used t>y the lake Painkiller is at hand to give. -. ". .'
was not dwellers of Switzerland have Recently Take it internally; and rub it into the ... .', : ...
that
arranged purpose so' her loss acning flesh. AH druggists selllt. ,Thereis .. ',: .
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been found In their ancient habitations.
should seem so _direful that sympathetic but one Painkiller: Perry Davis' 1&a fil'OldIrSANlUZl'I1'C/lEll

;:men'w uJd make more haste to con-. '. pb: S.J-

sole ,her. !' I Trade In Skulls. AJxJtnII&tAJ4Ub
Holly Beans. -
Now when'a woman, loses son father, A, fairly brisk trade exists iu Eng- .tnire kid.Aperfect . In
I 'Holly beans, if eaten, produce pain \
brother, daughters; has certainly land in'skulls, and they fetch anything I Yf'a.uJ-
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nausea and a drowsiness not easily 8 t ...rJ. ,
lost" much but It is.to be supposed that broken. from 3 shillings 'to {5, 'according. to IGnt.re -

she has not suffered as deep sorrow, their antiquity and rarity. Medical students -

It though perhaps a more lasting one, .as Cough Settled on Her Lungs. are not the only persons who purchase UseFor

t: the widow So she does',not need to "My ,daughter had a terrible cough them for they are bought;: by private Remedy for Constipatlon -

i 1._ flaunt her profound trouble before the which settled on her lungs," says N. Jackson 'pe<1ple and by museum authori, Sour StoiMchDiarrhoea,

lf' world., With a' widow it is different Danville, III. '"We tried a great ties. I .Convulsions.Fcverish-

ift ,; I will not argue the 'question-any longer many remedies without relief, until we 1essandLOSSOFSLEEE Over
gave her Foley's Honey and Tar which Strength of Grnnite.It .
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t! but :will tell what the widow and ..
cured
her. Refuse substitutes. For sale takes a weight of 24.500; pounds to
:' #:. the \rest have In these days' to mark by, Wilson & Son. Tac Sinule signature of .
y crush a half inch cube of granite. 4NEW
, their grief. y
YearsCASTORIA

I'-i For many years nothing but rough They Never FreeJ.le.What Y/ORL.. Thirty
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r finished surface goods were thought becomes. of the theory that ,all TfARfUl

suitable, ,such as bombazine and, nun's, men, are born free and equal in the

1 {' serge and some of the cashmere twills., face of the fact that thee. fair' haired ,
!1:, If. ;a' silk was tdbe made for a home
children Russia
freckle? knows
never she.
Theymay
; !. Trembling, frightened, not
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.{.{ gown, it; was''of'the heavy! lusterless play in the sun all day and bear why.. Between her sobs she tells her
: ;;/-. kind. No cloth was thought suitable. husband of her is
; no speckling trace. The proffered explanation misery. It not EXACT COPY OF WRAPPIB.'ne .
:; But asr the ,French say, we have Is that there is no yellow pig- enough for the husband 'to comfort the , .

;, 'I"', changed all that\ .;andnow some of the ment In their skin. wife in this condition THE,_CCNTAWM.COMMNT. ....., MtW_"oaK CITV. ,,...
: ''rc richest of the mourning dresses and'in she needs .,-- .. = ..' _, __ _, _.. _.='_ __ __, !!f "Y"L.Q<.. ,.."'.\<.- In those
. : fact all full 'suits are made of fine The HlgliesMine. help. ,
early days when .
"JJ 5, and glossy surfaced cloth, but the really The highest mine in the world is a the shadow of

I . best material, for ,first and deepest tin mine at Oruro. Bolivia, 14,000 feet maternity first -

'-iJt>" mourning is'the silk warp eudora cloth. above the sea. begins to fall ;

, -fi' This has 'a fine twill and hangs in 'anii upon the woman ;., .- I I ASTHMA CURE FREE I I

I : especially rich 'manner and is Just Archie. she is often nerv-

of the right depth of color. The silk Archie,an excellent little boy ous, sleepless,
-fi In When he's studying with his totorjBut without appetite,
In the weave some way adds to its
when he's out with the other kids and full of vague I Asthmalene Brings Instant Relief and Perma-
; that
; beauty such an. extent there ig"M He's a fiend with a rubber shooter. fears

l IS 'Chicago Tribune. The help needed nent Cure in All Cases. ,

Dangers of Pneumonia.A ,by women at

I cold at this time if neglected is liable this crisis is fully SEXT ABSOLUTELY FREE OX RECEIPT OF POSTAL.
furnished
Dr.
tQ cause pneumonia, which is so often Pierce's Favoriteprescription.by WRITE YOUR NAME AND ADDRESS PLAINLY.

fatal,and even when the patient has recovered .
It
j l ' f J I the lungs are weakened, making nourishes the
them peculiarly susceptible ,to the devel; There is nothing like Asthmalene.

,opment of consumption. Foley's Honey quiets serves them.and so It C HAl I E It brings instant relief, even in the

and Tar will stop the cough, heal and restores the 'r worst cases. It cures when all else I failg.

strengthen the lungs and prevent pneu and induces appetite The Rev. C. V. Wells. of Villa Ridge
iyr
Et< :. 'I1I monia. For sale by Wilson & Son. refreshing sleep.It YEAR Ill., says: "Your trial bottle of Asthmalene

Hanby't Grave. gives physical received in good condition. I cannot tell
you how thankful I feel for the good derived -
Benjamin llussell Hanby, author of strength and mental buoyancy to meet r
i from it. I was a slave,chained with
the trial of motherhood and makes thebaby's
,. the famous ballad, "Darlliig Nellie A putrid sore throat and asthma for ten
': advent practically painless."I .
Gray," is buried at Westerville, 0., years' I despairetNof ever being cured, I
will be very glad to say a few words for saw your advertisement for the pare of
twelve miles from Columbus. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription."writes Mrs.P. /// this dreadful and tormenting disease,asth-
i S. Douglas, of Jlansonville, Brome Co., Que.
, During the first four months when I lookedto ma and thought you had overspoken yourselves
T ii (if. Racing In Scotland. becoming: a mother I suffered very much but resolved to give it a trial. To
:
The earliest notice of racing in Scotland from nausea and vomiting, and I felt so terribly my astonishment the trial acted like a
-' sick I could scarcely eat or drink anything. I charm. Send me a fullsized bottle."
occurs daring the reign of James hated all kinds of food. At this time I wrote to ti/
,; I I IV., in 1504( On April 15 in that year Dr. Pierce and he told me to get his 'Favorite Rabbi of the Cong. Bnai Israel
Prescription' and a bottle of 'Golden Medical New York Jan.
3,1901.
lord treasurer of Scotland
the high '
Discovery. I got a bottle of each and when I
I I had taken them few I felt much better Drs.Taft Bros' Medicine Co.
II notes in his accounts payment of a a days
I and when I had taken hardly three parts of Gentlemen: Your asthmalene is an excellent -
t ; sum of IS shillings "to the boy that each bottle I felt well and could eat as well as remedy for asthma and hay fever.
h i ran the king's horse" at Leith. any one and could do my work without any and.its composition alleviates all troubles
\ ti trouble (I could not do anything before). I feel / which combine with asthma. Its succeed B
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very thankful to Dr.Pierce for his medicine,andI
and wonderful. After
astonishing having
For Over Sixty Years. tell all who tell me they are sick to get these
medicines or write to Dr. Pierce." carefully analyzed we can state that,

14'i'' Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has, Dr. Tierce's Pleasant Pellets regulatethe / Asthmalene contains no opium, chloro- ..
been used for over sixty years by millions bowels. form or ether. Very truly yours,
EYERY x RINGS REV DR. MORRIS
of mothers for their children WECHSLEK. ;

while teething with perfect success. It ;;:; Avon Springs, X. Y., Feb. 1,1901.Dr. .
soothes the child, softens the gums, allays I ER I Taft Bros. Medicine Co.

IL all pain, cures wind colic" and is the best r 4 Gentlemen: I write this testimonial froma

remedy for diarrb 'a. It will relieve the sense of duty, having'tested the wonderful effect of your Asthmalene for the cure of asth

; poor little sufferer immediately. Sold by !ma. My wife has been afflicted with spasmodic asthma for the past 12 years. Having exhausted -
druggists in every part of the world. my own skill as well as many others I chanced to see your sign upon your windowson
MOUroU G GOWN. Twenty-five ('('nts"s bottle. 'Be sure and > 130th street New York. I at once obtained a bottle of Asthmalene. My wife commenced t
taking it about the first of November. I very soon noticed a radical improvement. After
nothing so beautiful, not even the fin ask for "Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup, using one bottle her asthma has disappeared and she is entirely free from all symptoms I

is' est broadcloth, and it takes the crape and take no other kind. feel that I can consistently recommend the medicine to all who are afflicted with this ,distressing -

trimming, better than anything yet disease. Yours respectfully, 0. D. 1'iiurs, M. D.
German Drug Store
1
found. Dr. Taft Bros' Medicine Co.
A mourning gown can now be made In Germany there is one physician tc MOTHERHOOD Gentlemen: I was troubled with asthma for 22 years. I have tried numerous remedies

with the everyr 2,058 persons, but only one drugstore but they have all failed. I ran across your advertisement and started with a trial bottle.I .
model crape
after almost any The greatest ambition of Amer- found full-size bottle and I
'to 10,303 relief at once. I have since purchased your am ever grate
#" trimming added. If a blouse waist: every persons. ican men and women is to have ful. I have family of four children and for six yt'ars8.3 unable to work. I am now in tbe ,,
seems more desirable than a plain -- homes blessed with best of health and am doing business every day. This testimony you can make such use of
Cash Needed.He children. The fit. Home address 235 street. S. RAPHAEL,
waist it is quite right to have one. If as you see Eivington
be while 1 flounder deep in debt woman afflicted with female dis- J}7 East 129th st., Xew.York City.
a bolero is preferred, a bolero can This thought has crossed my mind:
# ease is constantlY! menaced with
made. A good model to show what Soft coal is just as hard to get \ -
can be done in this WRY is pictured in As any other kind. becoming a childless wife. Xo TRIAL BOTTLE SENT ABSOLUTELY FREE ON RECEIPT OF POSTAL.

the illustration. The dress is of fine Philadelphia Press. medicine can restore dead or-

eudora. and the skirt is laid gans, but Wine of Cardui does Do not delay. Write at once, addressing DR. TAFT BROS' MEDICINE CO., 79 East
silk warp All.
He Knona It 130th st, Sew York City.Sold
in deep box folds Each fold 'Js facedon Chlmmle-Is he much of a scrapper? regulate derangements that pre-

the upper side with heavy courtauld Chonnie- Say wot he don't know vent conception ; docs prevent by All Dru.ggists. .,

Is the that from __ _, .. _, _ ._ u _ ,_ __.. .._, _
crape. this crape about boxln' can't be 'learned in a box .miscarriage ; does restore weak

t time unknown has been the standardof factory.-Philadelphia Record. [ functions and shattered nerves

the English goods. None other is and does bring babies to homes The Seaboard Air-Line Railway

1 suitable for added bands or trimming.The Meat and Vegetable barren and desolate for years.j .
inner folds of the flounce are left Dire increase in their cost we see.
of the flounce there Ere long we will begin j Wine of Cardui gives women the
the
1 plain. At top CAPITAL CITY B.C>UTE.
{; Is a stitched band of the eudora and To fear that pork and beans will be health and strength to bear healthy .
As rare as terrapin.
the folds are carried- to children. You can get a
to Star.
,
the seams -Washington
The Shortest Route. The Best Line.
t z" the waist very cleverly. 1' dollar bottle of Wine of Cardui

The waist is snug and made of the The Professor. from your dealer. DOUBLE DAILY SERVICEIncluding

t.- r skirt material and buttoned to the left I "Speaking of biogenesis" said the

E side over a plaited crape vest. There professor "let us consider the live WJNE0F .DlYi Sundays.TO .
4
i ... is a short bolero with a wide crape collar wire. The liver it is the quicker It 113 Market Street -
wide bands down the kills."-Chicago Tribune. Memphis,Ten!:., April 14, 1901.
; i aud two crape In Febmar;:. 1901, I took one bottle of
front. Another crosses the back at the Wine of Csrdui and one package of Savannah, Columbia, Southern Pines,
s Dlacontent. Thedford's Black-Draught. I had>een
the side seams.
bottom, starting from married fifteen and had
years never Richmond Baltimore
Washington
The sleeves are bishop over the eudo- The same old chorus year by year given birth to a child until I took Who ,
Man raises willy nilly; of Cardui. Now I am mother of a fine
c being the
ra, the crape in this instance We rail at summer's heat severe baby:girl which was born March 31,1901. Philadelphia New York
,
French quality, which Is much more And grieve when winter's chilly.Washington. The baby weighs fourteen pounds and I ,
sleeves to the boleroare '- Star. feel as well as any person could feel. .
a transparent. The Now my home ia happy and I never will Through Pullman T1eepers.
short, reaching but to the elbows. be without Wine of Cardui in my house !Cfl
This dress is very handsome and Is )haw or Inflamed Lungs again. Mrs.J. W C. SMITH.For Only Line Operating Through Pullman Car Service Jacksonville .f' -

adapted to a variety of uses in mourn- Yield rapidly to the wonderful curative adrlee and literature address efting to New Orleans. v c-
of Folpy'n HOPP* Symptoms, "Tbe Ladies' AdTbory Depart- information write .
healine qualities further .
For
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and veil
With widow's cap meat The Chattanooga Medicine _
a Company
ing. and Tar. It prevents pneumonia and Chattanooga, Tenn.% F L BUNCH, Gen. Pass. Agent A. O. JlAcDONELL, !sst. Gen. Pass. Agent .t-:;I (
with ? 'a
; is j wo\11d'do for a widow, and a consumption from a hare cold settled or ;v/ Portsmouth, Va. Jacksonville, Fla'

wrap of, ,the,prevailing styles, it couldbgarora the lungs. For sale by WIlson & Son. .. JAS. M. BABE, Vice-President and General Manager Portsmouth, Va.
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r '. , 21, 1902., -/ i- :;: < ,,.>
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; ,V __ !COCOA'BUSINESS DIRECTOBY.VV ; ; the b sL, The'orchestra fine in >
J _1 -"' __ __ I was every Mrs.: Eason, who has spent several IJBWSSiHwwff *1 *
t : t -' s W.&HU HLETT:1I.: :D..:L.T.DANIEL, number. Mr..Powell's solo was' roundly I months at ,Hotel Carleton, left on Toes- V
= x D.;D..S.:-- ) ces'over -The Indian River applauded, and ne ,responded with a sec day for a few days' visit to Palm Beach. Health/
Drug(Vs stores,the leading Drug establishment 'I ond. .M''8. McKee-was fri excellent voice, ,
of the Indian river country.WILLUlf Dr. H.D.. Brown, of Daytona with his
and with and sweetness -
s. sang great power'
-- wife and child are spending a few weeks
V e HINDLE.Undertaker and Embalmer ; she,also responded with an encore. :
here much to the delight his friends
,
t : Bicycles and Sewing Machine sup4' :Mr. Plinnejr Jewell, the aged singer, sang q I have never
; r 4- F t plies,Tinning and Pipe Fitting, Repairing' Rt. Rev. Bishop Crane Gray, of Orlando : "For 25 years
the old conge: for his part of the enter- Sarsupanllt
of Every Description.,'Agent for Beverid e and Archdeacon Brown of Tit .nissed taking Ayer's
us-
r ;. Steam Cooker., taimnenf,-and captured the ;of i every spring. 1 It cleanses my
t ville visitors here the ;
were pleasant
all. The collection was $ past! blood, makes me feel strong, and
4 5 FRANK.LIPP-Practical8hoeinaker, Forty week. "-
ladies desire_ thank all these does me good in every way.
riI years'experience; aU. kind of repairing Mrs. L. L. C. of Palm Beach Brooklyn,N.Y.
Bowyer Hodnette
a their' kindness in helping John P. ,
x = yt.s done,nice and cheap; also ladies'.and men's !, Baking Powder
> shoes made to order.. Marsh for his generous : i has been the guest of,Mrs. Brown lately,

: GOTO J.:H.''8ANDEES, The Old Reliable taming Miss 'DaPree and friends.mach to the delight. of her' ,Melbourne I Pure and, rich bloodcarries

: Store for good,.fresh and reliable goods parlorS arid orchestra to' .
V.- such as Dry Goods, Saddlery, Crockery, cess. :They appreciate every ;; Rev. Dr. DuBose and sister and the new life to every

='#1 3 f. HatsTninksanda, full' line of Grceries.x erybody in the work_ of sec 4 Misses Susie and May DuBose left on part of the body. You

JARVIS HOUSE-Open'all the year 'round.P1easant'acation for their: library. I .J Monday for their summer home in Se-
x x
refreshed.
..,,. facing the river on'.river Most healthful wanee. We are always glad to see them are invigorated, 4,
st 'r A : : : front., Rates$2.00 per day,special terms by e j come to Melbourne, but sorry to see them feel anxious to be
s = the:week or month.MELBOURNE Hotel Indian Hirer leave os. You ".

: ,';, t V V BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Hotel Indian River closed leavener Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Maltman, of Chi- active.You become strong,

1 ;z': : ,f f', : MELBOURNE STATE BANK,WJXBOUBUE, denly on' Monday' /norning : ra0, who: have spent the past two steadycourageous.That's
>s ; FUL:F.H.Fee,president; C.M. Horton, fast, when it was announced to the months in tire Goode cottage, left on
r , ..;; cashier. Every courtesy extended consistent that the hotel had closed for J world. Thursday for the north, but we hope. to what Ayer's Sarsaparillawill
V 3. r I with conservative banking. Then came the hurry of see them here next winter. ,

I'ORT FIERCE BUSINESS DIRECTORY. trains or to'seek boarding Goes farther. s. do for you.
.. By irritation of Mrs. Kate R. Gilman, $1.011 bottle. ,!114r1 fst1.
few secured accommodations
4 V C. P. PLATT'S-Physician and Surgeon. at the following party enjoyed a day's outing -
.. Calls to any point on the river promptly hotels, but, the majority last Monday, going in the launch Ask four doctor what be thinks ofgiria leer's
Ir r answered. FntPiereeFlorida.; Daytona, Seabreeze, St. ; Dawn to Rockledge and other interesting old family rilfcu medicine.lie knows Follow all about his a4nce-thll. gT&n4 and

Beach and Miami; some points along the river Mesdames Krun- w.will bo syttt'tii'd.
: Co..Lo1l'e11.)I&u.
: ;Sue v journey northward. Most of ROYAL BAKIN3 PONDER CO.HEW fOlIC.I Cochran Goode and .J c.AT&
key Stephens
,
: I DI RlnRRI lfS. ,
t
c were intending to remain till ; Messrs. Cochran, Alex. S. Maltman and
. ":. the season. The hotel's early I
4: ; paragraph Personal and Newsy .Briefs unfortunate for all concerned. On Thursday, the 13th, a social} gathering John Scott Maltman. ran and his charming wife are widely and
']: took place at Mrs. Simmons' home. Mr. and Mrs.L. E.Cocnran,of Youngstown favorably known throughout Ohio. This
,
; at Towns the Coast. has put ,a good deal of
-, '>;' Along !. ? The company was composed of ladies, the Ohio, who have been spending the is their first visit sooth, bnt we judge
house and did
; certainly a
4 F' r I", object \being a crusade against mosquitoes. winter in Cuba and Florida for the ben- from the friends they make everywhere,
:-:: COCOA. the public when he had it -
i "::, .' Some experimenting had been done previously efit of Mrs. Cochran's health, stoppedover that we may indulge the hope it will not
v i< : Mr.. and'Mrs. Wm. Moore are rejoicing put in first-class sanitary <: = with kerosene Oil, also with circle Sunday in Melbourne with their old be their' last. Our good wishes go with
l ;:: over the advent of a new son. he has not been able to make with friend Mrs. Kate R. Gilman. Mr. CochDREVT'S them
; -' I a profit, the public should be petroleum gratifying results. The wherever they go. ,
V : : : The,entertainment: n of moving pictures and patient.' His family are consensus of opinion is that crude petro- .f
: ': 6n the night of the 14th leum is less and
x ? given was very expensive more lasting. .
: and also his trusted clerks.
1 '
well attended, and thoroughly enjoyed by
:, above was written Mr. Marsh
,
'
: all. EAU GALLIE.
at '" ed and adjusted all matters .'
s ., :, Mrs. S. F.: Travis is enjoying a visit isfactory with all parties intere Miss Gertrude Mims, of Bonaventure,
:; : : : from ,her friend Mrs. Jack Cutler, of he intends tb open the hotel and Miss Marietta Dasher, of Valdosta, Photo Stock House.

4 i; ; l Gainesville.,Mrs. Cutler has many' friends son. Ga., returned to Bonaventure Tuesday.

t; ,' is .:.'V:J'-:f. in,Cocoa, who are glad to see her again.,, Rev.. and Mrs. B. F. Brown returnedto c>d a ks Car.n..eras:
'
i- : The school has only one more.month in GEORGIANA. Titusville Monday after a pleasant sojourn .

., which complete' their work, and the A. A. Carter had his launch of a week at the residence of Mrs.I. And Supplies of A.11 Sands

ti <;; r children are'working like beavers. The this week for cleaning and G. Gilbert. For Amateur and Professional Developing and Printing
i LtM' : 4. V '' :., school will close with an'entertainment The bachelors' entertainment at the .
There % Hail Orders carefully handled. f
.'. were some chautauqua
t in the hall. / at the church. Mrs. Plum who Avilah on Thursday of-last week was one .

.":" Cocoa has had a surfeit of entertainments m attendance at the chautauqua, of the events- of the season. A supper The H. & W. B DREW COMPANY. 1 j

j ,:' the past two weeks. Prof.J. R. bourne during most of its was served about 10:30 p. m. sao sonv111ev F1a.

.. J ,.:,:, Miller, the magician, entertained the charge of the same.Mr. . Mrs. C. Ainsworth entertained on Mon ;
., l a j '< ;,- people with-a great number of his card day eve. A most enjoyable evening was
V has
.
Provost
1+ -- tricks; his other magic doings.mystified mercantile business.a new Dr. spent by those who were present. The E. L. BRADY & BRO.,

: 4d t old and young. rooms were beautifully decorated.Mr. .
understood, has bought out
; +..! .\ Those who missed the concert given by Chambers" interest in the 3 and Mrs. Sibley, of Olean, N. Y.,
: the Hawaiian Glee club', on Monday takes his place in the store. are Still at the Indian River Inn, and express GROCERIES, HAY GRAIN AND ALL FOOD PRODUCTS. V

<. night, missed a rare treat. They are fine Our school is moving on well themselves as delighted with our i We handle produce of all kinds. We are agents for Mapes' Fertilizers. We deal exclusively
,J ,- musicians. Many such entertainments smoothly. The teacher Miss situation, climate and surroundings.Dr. : in the above lines of goods, and solicit the trade of all consumers. Write us for prices OB
,
: : "', will come our way nowthat, we' have a Grain and all Groceries, delivered at your.station. E. L. BRADY & BRO.,TITUSVILLE. FLA. j
seems to have our school in Lansing'went to Lake Washington -
;
'
1. t y hall in which to give such things effectively -
'.' ; pline, and those children this week on a fishing trip. As usual the J
' clination to learn are doing well.On doctor bagged quite a number of tine bass.
t:: ,.. .. ,The farmers' institute held in Cocoa Several guests from the Granada hotel Jas. Pritchard & Son

f VV V last"Satuday called together many of the Wednesday, the 12th inst. were also in the party and much enjoyedthe ,
I Ii pioneers of Indian river, as well as planters the carelessness of some one outing. .. Headquarters
..
i V .; i" of more recent advent. A good time the road a fire was kindled in Miss A. Florence ..- for. . . .
Hodgson an at
I+ was enjoyed, much information gleaned which came near doing much gave
r" ., V , and old acquaintances renewed. The in- but by the timely aid of home on Monday. Cards, games, vocal
,
instrumental music, followed by ,a
stitutes I surrounded and kept in check HARDWARE
are a great success. ruggist&i
1 burnt itself] out. delicious supper, were the features of this
fV #. ( The mail train was obliged to stop at very enjoyable evening. Miss Marietta ,

: ? I Cocoa Monday night. The 3:28 train Dasher, of Valdosta, Ga., carried off the

was,disabled here, and could not proceed RepairingNea ladies' prize in the games contest, and ...Tinware, Crockery, Stoves...

t for three hours. This delayed the regular Mr. Christian that donated the gentle! Boat Goods, Paints Oils,

a mail train, which could not pass. "All andVVOODENVV
j. things come to him who will but wait;" The Right Rev. Bishop Wm. Crane

: o. there was plenty of time to take on the Gray was the guest of Mr. J. E. M. Hodg- AR.E.
.
":Fv: .. mail in the regular way t .at time. Sunday. The bishop held services! in Write for prices.

; ( j Johns church on Sunday eve, the TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.Box .

I J a'-'i; ROCKLEDGE. building being filled to the doors by a 212, I

4 r : i Another cold wave to remind us that Never thought of -interested- -,congregation., Aichdea- ,
Brown of Titusville - -- ---
assisted the --
in --
; winter in the of
fi\ :. .. lingereth lap spring. sign for a medicine Miss A. Florence Hodgson pre- JAMES PHITCHA.KD. President. W.M. BROWN Vice-President. C.8. SCHUYLZB. Cubier
'.. ; The orchestra rendered spine fine selections at the organ.
J ''.. at the service at New Rock
song Well it's
INDIAN RIVER STATE
, ;' ',:: ledge on Sunday night. Scott's, a good Mr.Saturday and Mrs.eve.Fred Progressive K. Colby euchre entertain-was BANKI

: The ball at Hotel Rockledge on last Emulsion.
t r ; feature of this very pleasant evening, County Depository.
f 'T Saturday night was largely attended and has to be repaired' like by a delicious supper by the -

'i ,t l. splendidly enjoyed by the mystic mazers. I Ij hostess, Mrs. Colby. Mr. and Mrs. Col Authorized Capital$100,000. f
:
j t"' A trick bicycle rider gathered in the things and Scott's have made many friends during their Paid up Capital, $ 25,000.

., ,. sheckels of the few who gathered on the this winter, and will return in the Average Deposits, $100,000.TRANSACTS .
the medicine that does I
pavilion to see him perform, on Satur- fall to make further improvements A
{ their already very handsome property.
These
day.Mr. poor bodies .
V ; V C. T. McCarty, of Ankona, was in Mr. J. A. Gilbert carried a party of'riends General Banking Business. I y
VV
ii; .. . Rockledge calling on friends Saturday. from worry, from to the closing concert of the chau-
.: :.: His many friends are always glad to see from disease. series on Friday eve last in his Largest and Oldest v -' c

'f"' him. They Princess. There were eight ladies Bank on the River. | a4;'t

f ; .V, I t "Dark and dreary is the way" since the and weak. Some of n the party slept on and board four the gentlemen boat, the, all party of Exchange Bought and Sold on I, .. -- 4 V.V : -

\-1.. ; lights are extinguished at Hotel Indian
i.. all Foreign Countries. i ,
:: River. Ed. Wallace's reflector looks liker' ones are not well made returning to Eau Gallie until Satur- ;
" a lone beacon light the highway.
.1 ?V QU all of the old ,ones are 5". Brown, of Titusville, were of the party. polite treatment and every favor consistent *JI I Ik
'4 st': Mrs. Paulison and Miss Pratt, who have % with conservative banking granted. 7CORRESPONDENTS } : :!
I The concert given at Melbourne by the '4i, tM 'd
'" from
. 0 : been spending the winter at White's cottage long usage.Scott's :
of the well
; I":. left on Wednesday for a trip to Chautauqua Tropics was paronized Seaboard National Bank of New York,
: f:' t; ). Cuba. They have made many friends Emulsion by our guests and citizens, over and National Bank of Jacksonville. ,.;

t r V j :t{" f here, who regret to have them leave, and kinds. It does the people delighted attending with,the one entertainment and all reurning :I TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. 1
f;" r:; : hope that next winter will find them located -
'- iV': 'f ," -Rockledge.. inside voting three cheers, which were giv- .
_' !*sk.:tt .,", and out. It with a will, for the president, William
rt-' : Mrs. R. H, Patterson left Monday for Paroid RoofingFor F
: ; :s.A' bones hard thin blood [. Wells. Many of our guests returned
,: :,: Black Mountain, N. C., on a visit to her copies of the musical publication on

, .t i',,"\j!,'. ''It,!:.,,t: son and family, and daughter, MissV weak lungs strong, by the Parker Concert club, of Chi I. Permanent Roof.
Grace. The latter her ankle i
.f sprained who were on the program.MELBOURNE. a
A: .: t' ".;' ,,- very badly in the fall, and has been laid places full. Only the I

' = 'a up all winter with it. She is not able terials are used in'the Neponset RoofingFor

' yet to step with her .foot. Mr. F. H. Fee made a short business
and the patches don't Temporary Roof.
south last week.
F' Mr. and,Mrs. J. E. McKee left on Sunday than
' time through\the new glow of Mr. Hines, Jr. and wife have just Cheaper Shingles, I -
for Seabreeze to remain a short en- I Better than Tin..........
; ,4 on their homeward trip. They stop for a No one has to wait his a visit to Palm Beach For Sale
't few days in Jacksonville, and thence to Mr. Fred. Fee, of Deland, made a short byGeo.

+:: P ,_ New Orleans, arriving in New York You can do it yourself lately to friends here. F. Paddison

f, F about the first of May. They have helped and Mrs. Kittering left here last week for .
the
': so much to make life merry at the New I Chicago home, much to the regret of The Lumberman, 7 .

Vt. Rockledge. Mrs.McKee with her voice. ,.' This picture friends here. EAU GALLIE .

'- : a and song,' and he with his sportive spirit the Trade Mark of Mrs. Wm. Stewart, of Seabreeze, was FLORIDA.

4 ; kept the social ball rolling. They are 1 Emulsion and is welcome guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. H.

r much missed. 9 i last week. GEON. HATCH :: ee ,
wrapper of every ee
.c= 3 : . The entertainment given at the HotelIndian : Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Morgan, of Titus -
Send for free
; River on Wednesday night last 41 sample. were guests of his brother, Ed. Mor- Dealer in General

Fy<5 week for the Avilah benefit was a success =_ SCOTT &. BO. ; during their visit here. Merchandise,

:E BO"far aa .the Program was concerned. 409 Pearl St.. 1>\ Mrs. Louise ,Skinner, Mrs. Folsom and consisting of everything'"" --=.

.t'. &4 jliisa.DUPre lanexcellent reader, and and all Nannie Folsom left on Tuesday/ a usually kept in afirstclass BOCKLEDOE. PLA.
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