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: April 18, 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: VID00622
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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nveu some uine'm runs goe nome ana The Best Blood t Purifier. MORGAN

STUDENTS IN PARIS.P looks at the art specimens there he is The blood is constantly being purifiedby LINDSAY & ,

absolutely disheartened. The spirit Is. the lungs, liver and kidneys. Keep

I P- a Americana in': tle )Magical, Medical, Art present but the execution Is painfully these organs in a healthy condition and in Reliable FURNITURE
. and Other,>Schools. crude and clumsy. Yet In one particular the bowels regular and you will have no Reliable Dealers
Americans this day surpass all oth- need of a blood purifier. For this purpose -

Special Correspondet ce of The Florida Star. er nations. For'Our encouragement let there is nothing equal to Chamber-
lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets
.- Paris, April L-What tragedy and us remember that our houses to live in dose of them will do you more good;thana one We have the largest and most select line of Furniture and Carpets, Mattings and )
Comedy, what romance, what extravagance are handsomer more comfortable dollar bottle of the l best blood purifier Shades in the city. Our goods are bought in large quantities, which enables us to
wt and poverty, what glorious aspiration more convenient than those of any Price 25 cents. Samples free at Wilson & at lower prices than any city
better goods
BEN JOYCE. get lower ?. Can positively you
Kt : and foolish frittering idleness other people. Son's drug store. price }'
f are mingled like strange bedfellows in in this section. il
Rats and Dogs.
+- the collective life of American students I-pofeulooal.-\dvlee. S -
In Paris! Gentleman (indignantly) When I Miss Oldnani-Doctor, bow snail I
-x bought this dog, said he was splen hair from
you prevent my becoming gray? Carriages
There must be 10,000 of them, real Baby
did for rats. WIly he won't touch Doctor
f;, and alleged. Away from the brilliant (gruffly)-Go lock yourself In
them. your room and dye.-Chicago News.
beautyful Dog Dealer-Well, ain't that splendidfor -AND
of the Grand and the ,
: square Opera !
it, broad, white avenues whereon are the rats? \ The Difference jfr I
1 The bee stings once and then Go Carts.
,:: dwellings of the rich and the socially A Starring Taol.A May neter sting again.

'f.'it.,!.,' fellow confined in the gaol The slanderer day after day .J_ .
Once turned most exceedingly paoL la wanton malice stings away. ,.
> Vliat is it?" -chicago Trl UJIp.: ,
i And the fellow relied, 1I0n"s This? i .. Over 50: new designs in stock to select .
2. "I thought I had E\sallo\\ed a'whacl." Sir "
T from. .
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-UaltJnoremcric..n.. We offer One hundred Dollars Reward for
any case of catarrh that cannot be cured by Reclining Go Carts, rubber tired wheels

Speed ('0:0 po 1'11I0011. H&ll's Cata rh Cure. F ''J4f and parasols, From 8.00 up.
"Isn't this the slowest vehicle F. J. CHENEY & CO., Props Toledo, 0. s
have known F. J. T J Nice Carriages upholstered in fine corduroys -
ever rode In?" said one cab driver to We the undersigned ) ,
Cheney for the last 15 years and believe him X10.00.When .
another. perfectly lion rahle in all business transactions -
b ., "Not at all; once I rode in a Philadelphia : and financially able to carry out any ob- you need Carriage or Go Cart, .

trolley! car."-Pittsburg Chronicle-! ligations WEST&TRUAX.made by Wholesale their firm Druggists.Toledo /o.778 write us, stating price, and we will send

Telegraph. \VALDIXG. KINX\N &- MARVIN, Wholesale i catalogue. .
Druggists. Toledo, 0 I 'f
For All but Fools.Oh Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting Solid Oak Bedroom Suits $15 00

jou who search to find a creed, directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces Solid Oak Sideboard, Swell Front, French Mirror................... 15 00 -
Here'end the fooliah quest. of the system Price 75('. per bottle. Sold .
1Lgi\ Solid Oak Table 6 feet 5 00
Dining ,
This little line is an! you need: hy all drnggiiK Testimonials "!'('t'. .
r "Do what you know is best." Hall's Family Pills are the best. Solid Oak Cane Seat Dining Chairs-Set .:.. 5 00

Chicago: .Ki'CorJ-llerald. Beautiful Linen Shade, with Fringe.................... .............. .. 50
c' .& TOR.IA.Bear3 .
Lucky. After AH. Nice Matting, new figures, per 25
the / Ito Kind You Have Always Bought
4 yll She-You're lucky at cards! ? 'r'Scc our ad. in Savannah Press and News. i
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of 112 St. West SAVANNAH GA.
'!o' Broughton
at cards unlucky In lov .
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u., lIe-I don't believe it. I've been: injected One Cun>tof Failure. ... __n__ .___ ;
three times. Cincinnati En .'
"De reason s: i ie uf us doesn' sit! 1
tj Quirer. E. L. BRADY & BRO. _
along, said I tit le Kben. "is dat we ,
r If troubled by a weak digestion, loss of sits down drcamm of automobile.- -- -.-:: ---- -- -- ,

;f appetite, or constipation, try a few dosesof when we f irter lie pu Iiin' a wlwelbar.

k.r! lets.Chamberlain's box Stomach warranted.& Liver For Tab sale rer."- \\'as.unjuou Star. GROCERIES, HAY, GRAIN AND ALL FOOD PRODUCTS
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. & by Wilson & Son.Gotto We handle produce of all kinds. We are agents for Mapes' Fertilizers. We deal exclusively
t; '. A HAPPY in the above lines of goods and solicit the trade of all consumers. Write us for prices on .;
"'It :,. Perchn, Pens. Grain and all Groceries, delivered at your station. E. L. BRADY & BKO.,TlTCSvitlE, FLA. :

's. Pens of hardened gutta percha have HOMEIs - .. ..
t been repeatedly tried in this country

: .. and England but. have not met with one where health abounds. GEO.) N. HATCH :: ::
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, success. With impure blood there cannot

; be good health. I Dealer i
r. THE COOKSHOP. Friday Marriages.Friday n General Merchandise
'.. With j
. disordered
is the unlucky day of the a LIVER there .
students ------- --- -- ------ - --
'1 : aristocratic these nest together :===-
I cannot be good blood. I ""'" 1
:'i on the historic old left bank of the week, but it seems to have no terrors consisting of everything- -
for those matrimonially inclined. Friday usually kept in a ROCXLEDGE._____, FLA. ,
Seine which is far the most interesting
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first-class.ne11l1 Mora.... 3
,1. quarter of Paris. holds a fair average with other .

f It is the poor rather than the rich days of the week for marriages sol Pills'revivify
utt's i
young men and women who come from emnized. R. M 0 rrETT'S '

t the United States to study In Paris. A Doctor's Had Plight.

Some indeed are very poor and the "Two years ago, as a result of a severe I
way they manage/ to live decently is cold, I lost: my voice," writes Dr. M. L. the torpid LIVER and restore Eb

surprising. One young man whom I Scarbrongh, of Hebron, Ohi,; "then began its natural action. I I
honor above most persons is from a an obstinate cough. Every remedy;

t northwestern state. lie is desperately known to me as a practising physician for A healthy LIVER means pure ( ING POWDERS) r
bent on getting: his diploma from the :35 years, failed, and I daily grew worse. blood.- -. -
t living urged to try Dr. King's New Discovery Cures Cholera-Infantum, Diarrhoea Dysentery the Bowel Troubles of MAKE I
R Paris School of Architecture without for consumption, coughs and colds, Pure blood means health. Any Afff. Aids Digestion, Regulates the Bowels. Strengthens the Child find
other. Moreover TEETHING EASY. Cures Eruptions and Sores. Colic. Hives and Thrush. Removes
lL a doubt superior to any Health means happiness.
I found relief and for the last
: quick ten and prevents Worms. TEETHINA Counteracts and Overcomes the Effects of tho
./ architectural knowledge Is what. days have felt better than for two years." fake no Substitute. All Druggists.PURINA Summer's heat upon Teething Children and costs only 25 cents at Druggists, or
!t more than any other kind the Yankee Positively guarantee l for throat and lung mail 29 cents to C. J. MOFFETT. M. D., St. Louis. Mo. I

I nation needs at present. Anybody may troubles by J. B. Screven. oOc. and 1 00. -- --
attend the famous architectural school Trial bottles free.

up to the age of thirty. After that he

i must get out and leave room for some llurued Cake.

.. other, even if he has not yet obtained If you bum the top of your cake, take ( l
WINCn ( If !
his diploma. the large grater and grate off the burned i Is only Sold in + t

The splendid) chap I mentioned: knowsbe part e\euly. Dust it very thoroughly
Sacks like this f
must make hay while the sun and carefully to remove all of the SPURIHA FACTORY LOADED SHOTGUN SHELLS 1a

j' shines. He has no time to remain out a burned particles before icing it. ".. E.
"New( J Rival" "Leader" "Repeater"F
year or two and earn money to go on

again. So he arranges life for himself Vines In nu),;.. ; ' ,. __ .. .... )
The Feed that
thus: He rents an attic room in an old : In the Rhine vineyards one of the e -
i I are !looking for reliable shotgun am-
but.decent. bouse for $t0 a year. He methods of protecting the vines against keeps Mules up! t"r", you .

: furnishes it himself with a couch a frosts in May is to put paper bags I : I l'\1\: munirion., the kind that shoots where you I
bills ,
and feed
table and a couple of chairs. That has around them overnight. ft ,
:. I point your gun buy Winchester Factory I Ii
been his home for some three years. LCWiI sr.tM ,
\ There be sits and draws and measures Chronic Bronchitis Cured. - .- l r1: Loaded Shotgun! Shells "New Rival," loaded with 'i 4p
and calculates and draws and meas "For ten years I had chronic bronchitis i i
bad that at times I could not ; J Black "Leader" and "
ores and calculates again during the eo :speak p powder; "Repeater, loaded
above a whisper, writes Mr. Joseph:
hours he is not attending lectures. He Coffman, of Montmorenci, Ind. "I tried with Smok! ss. Insis* upon having Winchester:;
makes his own coffee and eats a roll at
remedies available but with
all no success. -
home In the morning. That Is his Fortunately my employer suggested L'tr. Factory Leaded Sh1l3, and accept no others.; '

breakfast.lIe that I try Foley's Honey and Tar. Its 41. J I ALL DtALuhS KEEP THEM .
takes his dinner at some of the effect was almost l : miraculous! and I am f1.
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'J."p. ,
neat and cheap restaurants, of which now cured of the di people!"eue.. have On my used recommendation Fo-" jjj? Knolvn and solrttJ; || % .., : 1H'm-.I ; ?i ''4_
are scores In the old Latin quarter or ----
perhaps he buys half a chicken at a l ley's Honey and Tar, and always with i Ivhereler good crops 'Y ,--"IVii-IV.......
cooksbop where all day lon ? fowls are satisfaction.." For sale by Wilw & Son. 9 are grolvn. 9\r" Hodgson Bros.
---- ----
roRA tjrjE""T E S-3
t roasting upon a spit that turns by Porto Uico. Sold everywhere. I ,

clockwork.The In a commercial sense Porto Rico It Annual FREE. 4 = 0
Latin races are famous folk for almost entirely without forests. M D. M. FERRY & CO. \ We Have 'em-All Varieties. g EAU GALLIE, INDIAN!) RIVER, FLA.
1 I performing domestic operations in the S Detroit -)
r I sight of all men. The cookshop has its London Roads. Mich. rc j Budded low on Sour or Sweet &
Orange. Rough Lem.JII or Citrus f"in
whole front open to the street. In the Some of the great main roads out ll'' 11 Tnfoliata to>:ks. O.
General Merchants
back of the little is London famous" for their
rear counter along are : beauty
| Also a G natal Line of Njrsery Stock ?
iron rod which turns perpetually and are lined with some of the mO1

above an open fire. Strung along upon charming villas and country mansion :fi Budded Kecan Pe ehes. Plums t) *
{ Per!iumiuiis. Ko-e nuhrs elc fh 1
this rod is a row of hollow bodies of In England or the world. L1PPINCOTT'SISMONTHLY 5.
disemboweled chickens, always turnIng : 1 _.tvcrshng; fcr the CrcUrd cr CarJa- -.. SHIP CHANDLERS.

always roasting, apparently till A VALVA15LK MEDICINE ; MAGAZINEA S... FREIGHT PF F-PAID.

Judgment day. A man in a cook's For Coughs and Colds in Children. FAMILY LIBRARY : I''j C\T\IO(.J'E i-Kl-K. 9! Special facilities for Repairing and Stor-

white cap tends the chickens; a neat have not the slightest hesitancy in re i .ft THF GS1FF1N3 8 07H:KS CAdr411': j !> ing Yachts and Launches.
brisk woman stands at the counter and commending Chamberlain's Cough Item : The Best! in Current Literature ; 0. jACKSJ'VlLLE. FU.

sells them. The cook is the husband; edy to all who are suffering from coughsor i 12 COMPLETE NOVELS YEARLY 'Q!);). ;.'.:.I.CI-.J, 'Gf'.:.J..J Marine la li1 V8y.

the saleswoman Is the wife. colts," fays Chas M. Cramer, Esq., a :
St well known watch-maker, of Colombo f MANY SHORT STORIES'ANDPAPERS I
At other cookshops the specialty is '
Ceylon. "It has been some two \earbsince ON TIMELY TOPICS i iI Foley'saes idfUY' Cure
+ 50
hot and fried potatoes
sausage ;
the city dispensary tint railed I
my $2.50 PER YEAR; 25 CTS. A COPY .
lent in their way as are also the rolls attention toi valuable! medicine and I i it : ida:"s a v-fr biadftei tcrh! i

and bread of Paris. At yet other tiny have repeatedly iin-d it and it las always :t NO CONTINUED STORIESEVERY --- - ----- -- f -

shops are toothsome soft, fresh cream been beneficial It ha: toted iiu-quii-klj: NUMBER COMPLETE IN ITSELF

cheeses unknown to Yankees. It is of all chej-t cold It i N especially elfee Corn and Oats Hiyli
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easy to purchase good cooked food. tive for children' and eldotn tak"s more -

s .. ); Many American students keep boute than::. one 1 have bottle persuaded to cure many them to Ilr try hoarrene this- H. A. HODGES TRY } b r 1 1i

'...... . ..n like my young architect He is a man valuable medicine, and they are all apleaded i $ TRADE MARKS ,
4; ': of power and determination. He will PURAFOP DESIGNS
: \ as thyself over the leMilts. For Satsuma IJi-hh; ria.
) .t' make his mark, and a high one. pale hv Wilson & SonCASTOR. I Anyone Bonding a sketch COPYRIGHTS and de cr\ptinn\ &.c. '
.t. &f Girl students live In this same way, ._- - Dealer in and Manufacturers quickly ascertains opinion free whether may au
i prbahlyour patentablaT
:. ", '!f doing bachelor housekeeping, sometimes turns"trieUy conlldcnhaL HandUKkmP Communlea. l
seta free. Oldest !
In little clubs of two A nd three. IAFor Patents taken agency through for securIng patentll.
) j AND CYPKESSit & Co
.; \ Finally, if you Wk lefo.Varn the DONKEY AHO CHECKEPGOARD / hard special notice without charge in the receive t "

'. '1 hnical part of CU ell iii l g, sculp Infants and Children. I II ON AU 6ACKf i I Scientific Jlm rita"

. .. \ t b u nora e' Stopping*a1\J" art,ParIS I The Kind You Have Awaking! it she and Vegetable Crates, .. ; rVvorki A handsomely Illustrated weekly. I.arnst I
t' the OVPfJJhe world to dobyla .. g of any tlctentU1c journal. etrculat.ion I
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a' I year: four month,t1. 80111 bI1U
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SHAfSPELR1'SAUTOGRAPH.f A probably, the eigmn or these machInes ,
to be made. Where China la Boiy.China .

OnApecimen e was made Is making arms at a great ."",,':-: .. .. =: . '. -
eighty : .
of Wrlt years before i - - --- - : _. __- '"\oIi't., .':..
Believed to Be t tfc* Christian rate, all the Yangtse arsenals being atwork
the Poet's era. Another was made !
In, Boston Library. in England full time, says the Pittsburg Dispatch -
about 1700 under the
[Special patronage
Correspondence.] At Hankow over 200 workmenare mmi.nv.wemunimwrenw._ N ?
Boston. .of the Earl of Orrery and thusreceived
April 15.-What may be the the employed in making field guns.. jr
name afterward
:" most valuable autograph In this coun all similar apparatus.} appliedto Mauser rifles and all kinds of ammuni-1

try Is curiously tucked floe Including smokeless powder and
away In the The Bnston on'irlS It :nat standsIn
\- ..!I binding of an old copy of Sir Thomas 1 the museum of the .Teffersou PhysTeal at Shanghai an equal number are employed II l1' '

i' North's translation of the "Lives" of laboratory at Cambridge is a cum'- in turning out a like product.As For Infants and Children.

I" Plutarch, ,dated 1G03. which is owned\ hersom: (>. twelve sided structure rests treaty stipulations prohibit the importation

by the Boston Public library. If it is lug on wooden legs something like the its home of production foreign arms particularly Into China.In The Kind You
legs: of a small Have
genuine! it is the longest and most important grand piano and cover view of the recent experiences is stimulated I
rd with a domed glass
specimen of Shakespeare's top. through to a degree of
activity not often
c vhicb the little solar system is visible.
two handwriting in existence. There are RICHARD TOPPER. witnessed In any of its industries.A Always Bough!

lines-the .
.. "Wllm Shak- AfcgelablePrcparationfor Assimilating
"i fpeare" and below it the words Foley's Nearly Fatal Runaway 1 theFood>
' "bun- Honey and Tar contains no opi t andRegula- I
,1 dred and twenty poundes." ates, and will not constipate like nearly Started a horrible ulcer on the leg of J. ting stomacksandBowetsaf Bears the

, Judge Mellen Chamberlain, who was all other cough medicines. Refuse sub- B. Orner, Franklin Grove, 111., which defied ;.

j at the head of the library when the stitutes. Fur sale by Wilson & Son. doctors and all remedies for four i .
I \rf book in which these words years. Then Bucklen's Arnica Salve '

I "f purchased, appear was cured him. Just as good for boils, burns, ., Signature
was a collector MAKES
of auto MALLEABLE GLASS bruises cut scalds
.;I graphs and had an expert's corns, skin eruptionsand Promotes DigestionCheerful-
j" : knowledge piles. 25c. at J. B. Screven's drug
of them. It was his opinion after a Loots Kanffeld of Indiana Said to store. nessandRest-Contains
, careful examination of the supposed Have Discovered a Lost Art. Opmm.Morphine nor neral.. .. tj{.

1 Shakespeare writing and consultationwith Louis Kauffeld of Richmond, Ind., A UlUlJl'r. NOT NARCOTIC. : I,

others who were regarded as au claims to have discovered the lost art To "drink a bumper" to a person .oo :
: thorities in such matters, that "the of making malleable glass such as was .m-aiiing to pledge him is a corruptions +

I : library autograph presents many rea made by the ancient Egyptians, says the French phrase! "Au bon pere"- Ikapcai0ldr&fgZ 2PI7rli R

. j sons in the New York that is, "To the : JaaJ3 -
favor of its genuineness and too Times. For Ore years pope. a toast drunk urpFraALrJena .
few objections Mr. Kauffeld has been by the moo:,,.
; to warrant an adverse attempting to RPot4lle.s./Q I. ".
I jud lDent." discover the secret. lie is a lamp chimney Anne Setd S I ,.
t\t There Harrow School. Rppfmdnt'fHitmSctd n i /
are but five authenticated au- worker and his efforts were directed fh farbana&Jadm .
t tographs of Shakespeare in the world to securing a chimney that Harrow: school/in England,was founded I "
"" and although they were all written would stand the excessive beat and not 'in 1371 by John Lyon a yeoman. (birifud Sugar+ f1at T ,' {!

during the last three years of his liCE''i break when coming into contact with -' Use :I

three of them in one day upon different water while b(>ated. Deep Consideration. perfect Remedy for Cons pa- :-J.

\ pages of his will which was drawn up Kauffeld says he has dipped almost "So you won't chop the wood':" tion, Sour Stomach.Diarrhoea,

1 L L Just before he died-each varies greatly 'redhot chimneys in water that was icy "I'm afraid," replied lei1n eric.!* \Vorms.Convulsions Jeverish-

Iy from the others. None of them shows cold and they were not affected, while Mike, dat de exercise would start an ness and Loss OF SLEEP. F Or UCI II

the facility {in using a pen which so the ordinary glass would have shatter appetite dat 'ud trespass on your hcs.pitalit ,

,, : I prolific an author must once have had ed. Heavy glass bottles were filled )"."- Washington Star.TrL. FacSimile Signature of

.. for they are cramped and indicate pain with cold water, placed in the fire and - -- tZInf, ; -' Years

ful effort in holding the pen but themare the water boiled out. but the bottles NEW YORK. Thirty

certain distinguishing characteristics were not harmed. j

common to all of them which no This new process it is stated render* : ,

rtt d forger has ever succeeded in imitating possible the making of cooking vessels + ,j

perfectly, though more than one has out of glass, and to a great extent the

made the attempt. glass can be used in the manufacture of k -"-'frlJffJftrr i

: In Shakespeare's time it must be re stoves. Mr. Kauffeld claims further EXACT COPVOF WRAPPER ,
membered when that he can weld glass together. o, I
crests and coats of ...
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arms were used generally as the sign '" ", I THE CCNTAWR COMPANY, NEW YORK CITY.
,, of a man's identity, his signature was "A neitrhbor! ran in with a bottle of 71. 1i, S Sff S S Slf 1

of much less importance than it is nowadays . Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar 'jPI

} r:t and there seems to have been al rhoea Remedy when my son was suffer I
inc! with severe cramp, and was given
most as little pains taken to form the up as beyond hope h y my regular physician i. i

individual letters of a name always who stands high in his profession. RailRoad Seaboard ,
after the same fashion as there was to After administering three doses of it, my Air-Line RailwaY
spell it always in the same way. so son regained consciousness, and recovered

that finding ,the more marked characteristics I entirely within twenty-four hours," pay?

In a signature, even if thereis Mr s. Harry Hailer, of- )It. Crawford, Va. CAPITAL CITY I=LOTJT3E.The .

no very strong general resemblance This remedy is for sale by Wilson & Son. -

with another by the same hand- is the Shortest Route The Best Line.
1 : A
; best proof of its genuineness. Patriotic Zeal. \\1en
[Note:-One of the _
.' new to be created 4
i The bit of writing discovered in the is DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE
envoy extraordinary and minister (
; Boston library's copy of Plutarch (Is plenipotentiary to the republic of Cuba at In all departments
l :' almost as bright and clear today as if J10.000 per annum.J W of active service Includin.. Sundas.TO \ .

it had but Just been blotted the lining; When that mission down to Cuba, / stand in need of the .

' of the cover, under which the slip of Which is worth ten thOl and per, I readiness of mindand
Is opened for business ; Savannah Columbia
up of
1 containing teas promptness Southern Pines
paper it found having ,
Th' re will be a mighty stir action which depend on a healthy nervous ,
protected it for 300 years from the fading Amo.ig our able statesmen. Richmond
Jet railroad
system. a man be "rat Washington Baltimore
effect of light. Who will rally to the front tIed," and every life depending on him ,

{. Several of the marked peculiarities When At a a diplomatic chance like stunt.that is offered is in danger. A great many railroad i Philadelphia, New York.

I of the various authenticated signatures i men have found in Dr. Pierce's GoldenIedical

; 'F are strikingly I apparent and show neither ,j. Then from Maine to California :\ Discovery a valuable tonic for Through; Pullman: Tic
c exaggeration nor unnatural em. Th"y will start off on a run the O'erstrainetl'nervous system. It epori.
To grab the first builds the body, purifies'the blood 1 Only Line
i phasis. The penmanship is irregular That is conveyance up Operating Through Puilman Car Service Jacksonville
going to Washington nourishes the nerves, and induces a
With their ImKgage checked for Cuba to New Orleans.
healthy appetite .
y + refreshingle'p. For further
t a feeling that
t they must
3 Make "I suffered for!'ix3rs with constipation and E. L. nl;\'Ii(, Gen I'a.--*. Agent .\. 0,
1 a collar indirection during which time I employed several MAcDOXKI.L. .\-,.t. (J( n. IVs. Agent
f That ten thousand per or bust. ptiycicuus. but they could not reach ite.'t'e iv o Portsmouth Va. Ja.kM.nvilUFla
: ." writo Mr. G. 1'opplewtll. of KurekaSpring. J.\ ){ BAKU. \ice-Pre.sident: and O"lIertlIana;!t J'urtiii mth. Va.
t They will telescope each otherIn Carroll Co., Ark. "I felt that: there u_
\ the patriotic jam wa no help for me: could not retain food on my
J stomach; Had 'ertiJ."c and.would fall helpless to;
t To pet there first and offer the floor. Two years aeo I commenced taking
a Tlu mselves to Uncle Sam, Dr. Tierce's Golden ;Medical Discovery and lit. IF I YOU VI ANT
1 And we feat unless somebody tie relicts,' and improved from the tart. After
3 Heads off the frantic rush, taking twelve hottlt., of the Ui-covery': I .
A number of our statesmen was able to do light work, and have been improving --- - ,
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\ Will be injured in the crush.
4 s) N. William J. Lampton in New York Her Send 21 one-cent stamps to pay expense A House Pain!, that will
of mailing and Dr. I'ierce's
ald.Foley's get
lS l -- --.-- -'- Medical Adviser in paper covers, free. wear and look well)), u?ePitkin's

\ Kidney Curt- snakes kidneys! Address Ir.1Z. V. Pierce, Buffalo, \. Y.

it. l' f'\'J and bladder! rljjht.;; ikn'tdelay taking. ..... .... ..,...-........."., '-.............' -
For tale Wilffin011. 1If'0"'f.If': ..., .,.. jIo "' \ ,, by : ."., t: .'.'( --.w'i"" -:: .' if". ':), '
. t. 1 $ -.- ?'f'; t.; : 9't. 1-'t! :;i who cherish
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flnlilu's . .. 1: ; '). I'l: Qualit s
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'.' at an altitude of I H.IMKI it'--t it\i- >-a .i.ty. '" .C\.u. -
; ' level in the departments of oruro, IVtosi. .

S. ., ... La I'az anti CuolmbamabaThe .. \\ -.I Premium -.
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Hett .
( -l I.llmho Paint. Titn",'ille, Florida.
The best lumber in a tree is said to OO5iwORK1

.. be the nearest the gro'IDlt H 1)-ttt-uat i
< eaV -- ------ x ]( : guaranteed -
The Great IM-iual SwampOf Too much housework wrecks wo- jj for five wars.Pitkin's KIDNEY DISEASES

f -( Virginia i is a breeding ground Inamen's nerves. Awl the constant ,
]laria germ! So is l low, wet or marshy care of children, day and uijrht, i is -- J
ground every tthere. These germcaue the most fatal of
often too trying; for even atron are all dis
wUl.knl'c11111 and fever, aches in the :
1 b
maladies. Hut Electric Bitters tory of the overworked housewife: ,

never fail to destroy them and cure malarial and mother. Deranged menses: 9 KIDNEY CURE It i .
I ) WKITIXO. trouble They will surely prevent leucorrhtira and failin;: of the I!? a standard coating for ham Guaranteed Remedy

typhoid.Ve tried many remedies for womb and roof work will outla
result from : -t
and to a modern eye cramped but the malaria and stomach and liver troop]e,." overwork. any .

letters were evidently traced with tutu write Jol.n Charleston, of Byesville, O Every hou-ewhe npI"l i remedy < other barn ]paint on the mar- or money refunded. Contains

pressure and not by a baud uuaccus:' "but never found! anything! as good I a to rejrulatp; her Irene and] to ket. Do not a Substitute :
accept : remedies
turned to forming; itie peculiar twists Electric Bitters. Tw them. Only 5V. j keep her sensitive female recognized by emi-

and turns which are :1fh'r11.. the !, J. 1>. creven .!guarantees8 satisfaction.ure in perfect condition. organs ; A hnihlingof any: kind nent physicians as the best for

most interesting part of the si va Wt 11 painted, will Ia4 two or Kidney and Bladder
'u'lt" RpVm."Pey's V \ V ? :
+ to any one who likes to think of an autograph ? OF t' n n three times .: hung left s
nio dan one kind o' wisdo in. iV'l 4a : :a.i aone PRICE SOc. and J.OO. '
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the lasting and I
as peculiarly said ViK-le Eph'ui.; ".\ wohd to de to the mercy of the element.

personal token of a human being. wi e I is s'ficiout, but yo' don' git no is doing this for thousands of I p '. .. 'It'. 1 .. )

The student of the antique will find chaust! to say a train to de wise:" her American women to-day. It cured COLOR CARDS ON APPLICATION.iuQi ? i I! %.Jcl* .u,. dl ,.M7e. ..'r... s J sr i\aysaoyar!I:.. fpJ:.
In Boston and its environs ,'t.rY: ,., '.. .. .
many thing-: Mrs. Jones :1. .19." hr1Ai4(71 .
lIe knows Itall.-Cbicago Tribune. and that is why ; he : 0..0.''''. _}
Instructive and interesting which frequently _
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writes this frank letter:
pass unobserved. One of these \o lied Tape. '

is the famous old Boston orrery, once The British veteran sets his service Glendcane, Ky., Teh. 10, fli I Illllli i UUij,' i iI PURINA

used in teaching physics and astronomy medal without the interventiontrine of a I am $0 glad that your wine of I .
at Harvard college. The mac pension attorney I is helping me. I aia ferl-g: better lOO1.1. i
"1 I hate: felt for years. I am doing CHICAGO and mm CITY.i ....
was originally intended to serve as; au cwn work without any help, ,.
object lesson in astronomy by showingthe A BIg Difference washed last week! and was not deed.DONKEY -
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tired. That shows
that the Will is
( actual movement of a miniature The quartz extracted from Australian doing me good. I am getting fleshier ". AOMlMVrHATOU'S NOTICE >w.'i"

m solar system, the various planets being agog] CaUf'M-nlan: jrvld mine.* would and than eat I ever hearty.was before Before, and I began sl':'ep good Notice is hereby given to all conrernrd EVERY I .. ...s.;-d

supported on small upright; postsnnd be enough; to build;tl pyramids; of Cheops. franc; of Cardni, I used to have taking to lr.y that six ii ouths from date will present n y t SACK. Ji"
made to move in their appointed but all the pdd could be put in a dorn five or six times every day, but final accounts and apply to the Hon. A. I). '
now I do not think of yin?down through Penney, county judge of Brevanl conn.t,o, i KEEPSMULES
revolutions by mechanism that could room 40 feet by UU f 't by 13; feet. the day. MRS. RICHAED JOXLS. t I
Florida; for my di charge as ex-otheio admin-
be set in motion by turning a crank. --r-. I 81.00 AT nniGOISTS .',,> ,r the estate of Joseph Peters, late .!t \ UP You.. ,
The Boston purchased for Harvard Pr'.ar'vt' i techt .. 2 \ -intv. 'ULfVI -
orrery rnr :....dYice and litr tura, addreu, giring .r. ......' p ,
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! 'a: ',8 THE FLORIDA STAR : .FRIDAY: APRIL 18.; 1902. -

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TYPEWRITERS fi t.;.. .
: W.t.HUGHLE'lT, ,31. .D..L.T.
D. D. 8.-Offices over 'Indian
I I Drug Go's stores,the leading Drugestablish- &AKIN6
: 1 t. ment of the Indian river country THE VISIBLE WRITING

!: balmer, Bicycles and Sewing Machine supplies POWDER \
;i ,Tinning and Pipe Fitting, Repairingof *
Every Description. Agent for Beveridge ABSOLUTElY PURE Vf ?

Steam Cooker. ,
Makes the food delicious and wholesome
FRANK LIPP Practical Shoemaker. Forty'years Is built right side up where the work is in iI
experience all kind of repairing sight. It is ,
; lOYAL RAKING POWDER CO.,NEW YORK. a light compact simply con-
done, nice and cheap; also ladies'and men's structed, durable machine-easily learned,operated -
shoes made to order. and cleaned;aligns perfectly,and needs
t least repairs.
i GO TO 1. M. SANDERS, The Old Reliable Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dassy have put into EAU GALLIE.
Store, for good, fresh'and reliable goods
such as Dry Goods, Saddlery, Crockery, their home a new Woodward piano for Rev. B. F. Brown was the guest of Mr. -
Hats,Trunks and a full line of Groceries. the higher education of their children. and Mrs. W. J. Xesbitt on Sunday and p 1 t'otirrbkJ
They are among our most worthy and Monday. ,
JARVIS HOUSE-Open all the round.
year Wrecked !
Pleasant ',xation facing the river on river progressive colored people. Mr. and Mrs. Ainsworth have a. flower

.. front. Rates$2.00 per day,special terms by Miss Mary Paxton is the happy possessor garden well worthy a visit by any loverof Your home and property
the week or month.MELBOURNE flowers. .l : should be ...
r mauum ; protected by.
of a new Wipe piano. Miss Mary is

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. already a good musiciah for one of her A. R. Hodgson is replacing a tile chimney Insurancefrom

} t MELBOURNE STATE BANK,MELBOURNE, age, and without doubt will greatly improve in Ruthven cottage by a substantial.

I. FLA.-F. H. Fee, president; C. M. Horton, with the new instrument as an incentive !brick fireplace. n FIRE, LIGHTNING
cashier. Every courtesy extended consistent and CYCLONES. The ex-
?' with conservative banking. to practice.Mr. The alligator and the water moccasinare :9piIill pense is small compared to

Paul Shares left on Tuesday of again making their appearance in'the the risk of a catastrophylike
REMEDY. / this. Write to ask
ECZEMA Eau Gallie river. or
last week for New Haven, and Mr. H. i

r DANVILLE, PA., Jan. 7th, 1902. Shares on Friday, sailing by Clyde line. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Wells, of Melbourne Schuyler & Branning Titusvui,

The Hancock Liquid Sulphur Co., Balti- Mrs. Shares, their mother, will remainfor were in Eau Gallie Monday in Price. $97.60. for reliable information, a

more, Md.Gentlemen a while yet, until reports of better their fast launch. W.SBRJlNNING.'ASentforBieYardCoSold ; rates, etc., etc. .
fi' : I have had an aggravated weather reaches her from the north. I "
case of eczema for over twenty-five E. W. Stickney and party left Miami I to responsible parties for $.25 cash and !
My hands were unsightly a great part of I There were no services at the chapel on with the catboat Alice Sunday, bound for '!$10 monthly payments. Other make machine R. L. MOTLOW

; that long peripd. I have used seven fifty- last Sunday, nor as yet has here been this point. The party reports a most en- taken in part payment.
.. cent. bottles, and one jar of your Sulphur any word received that there, will be on joyable trip.J. ALL UP-TO-DATE BUSINESS:: MEN 00 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 .1 .t.

Ointment,and now I feel as though I had next'Sunday. It is hoped, however, that A. Gilbert's improvements are still SHOULD USE THE OLIVER.. i, *
f fJas.
., a brand new pair of hands. My case has arrangements will soon be made whereby going on. His residence has been raised -- 1 =.i

i I been such an aggravated one;it has cured services will be held every Sunday and brick pillars have taken the place of EAST COAST MEAT MARKET. ,
me, and I am certain it will cure anyone ,
Liquid Sulphur ac throughout the year. t wood piling. .
if they persist in using G. F. DUREN, Agent, ,' a
cording to directions. BUTLER EDGAR. :Mr. Geo. E. Sebring, wife and daughter Mrs. S. E. Barbour left for her New .;.

____ ___u __ left on Thursday of last week for Jersey home on Wednesday after a pleas- 0 ,: Ii1 .i:
their home at Ohio and their ant winter spent in her Eau Gallie home,
: \ :guest, :Miss Elsa I Iloderus, for her home at Walden cottage. VllNJ[ }

East Palestine, Ohio. The early fall will The steamer Kathleen was launched 1 J and OOUll
Paragraphs Personal and Newsy Briefs see them back:: again to enjoy their elegant Wednesday after being overhauled and
YesterpJeats .
r at Towns Along the Coast. new home at Rockledge.Mrs. painted and also being fitted with a new .
4 --- steel bhaft. The boat is now in better or- :: : f.P r.p 1 M .
I COCOA. J. L. Wallace received a telegramon der than ever. ; -p; Ii 1
Thursday of last week announcing the '
Late advices from Nyack, N. Y., say death of her mother, who resides at Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs A. R. Hodgson entertained of all i'

Mr. Theis is rapidly improving since his III., just too late to take the in honor of Miss Wood and :Miss i t

return home. train, but she left with Mr. Wallace and Singleton this week. Progressive euchrewas Kinds.i FINE WHISKIES WINES BRANDIES

Hope the band will muster numbers their daughter, Lucile, on Friday. It the feature of the evening. Miss
: enough by May day for a little music to was a sad blow to Mrs. Wallace. Rose Roehsler and Miss Hodgson carry- GINS BOTTLED BEERS.

enliven the day. : ing off the ladies' prizes, and J. E. M. Titusville, Florida. I TITUSVILLE and COCOA.
Mr. and Mrs. Hoffman Allen who have
: H(5dgson( proudly The change in schedule brings back the been guests of the White cottage since The I prize. -- --- -

old mail accommodations to Cocoa, which Plaza closed, left on Wednesday for their
The Misses Wood and Singleton enter- Pritchard
: the people approve. home at Richmond, Va. They will make tained a few friends at the Granada hotelon Son
1 several stops en route, and reach home by ,
-ii. Why not have the weaving of the Maypole Tuesday eve. A very pleasant even-
June 1st. .
They are pleasant HeadquartersHARDWARE
the the little very young ing was spent by those fortunate enoughto ._
t and crowning queen by people, and have passed their last three for . . .
folks as one of the features of May day? winters in We will be present. Miss Wood leaves shortlyfor
Rockledge. trust
Philadelphia, her northern home,
Mr. S. S. Jones is convalescing. He come again. leaving many friends in our town to welcome -

i visited his store on Monday, riding down her return.
t in the conveyance. He'll be spinning on COUKTEXAY.: ,
:Mis. Biddel and :Miss Helen 5ddel
.'. his wheel directly. Mesdames Grant and Mitchell were visiting
in town last week, also Mrs. John Wood), of Philadelphia, will leave for ...Tinware, Crockery, Stoves.,.

Miss Marguerite Riley, of Boston, who Reed, of Indianola. their home on or about Sunday next provided Boat Goods Paints Oils
is boarding with Prof. Smith and wife, a compartment in the through vestibule ,
I ; spent the first part of the week with her Frank and Thos. Sams arrived home train can be secured. Mrs. Biddel and ,

; ; cousin, Mis. A. S. Dixon. Friday from the Charleston exposition, is much Iwnefitted by her stay in Eau AR.E.
, and Mrs. II. II. Jenkins and son James Gallie and expresses herself aa delightedwith ,
rain and Tuesday did ite for
The Monday
: on prices.
", and Wm. LaRoche left here Monday for situation and climate. t
.; j immense good to vegetation, but it kept Charleston. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. r
I, -i ,I many pupils away from schoolthoseI Mrs. I. G. Gilbert, the Misses HOSt and l

I : who have a great distance to come. Carpenters are increasing the capacityof Nelda Roehfeler, the Misses Florence and Box 212. l

I the department store by twothirds.The I Bessie Hodgson; all leave for Miami and __ r:
,I, We suggest a bicycle race for May day. church is to be enlarged. Dan and the Revs in the yawl Princess about the JAMES PRITCHARD. President. W.M. BROWN Vice-President. C. S. SCHUYLEH Cashier

That draws about as big a crowd as anything Frank LaRoche'are each to build a new 1st proximo. The party expects to be

1. and concentrates the people who house soon. away a month and will take in all the INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK.
are too tired to go very far to see sj>orts.
Our residents are shipping beans and points of interest on the coast of South

Dr. Daniel is suffering with a sore hand Irish potatoes. The deer are destroyingsome Florida. Messrs. J. A. Gilbert and J. E.M County Depository.

-sort of blood poisoning in his left index beans in the hammocks. Barnes Hodgson will accompany the party. -

finger, thereby retarding him in his work. Sanders ran a young one 'down on his Many specimen shells and alto specimensof Authorized ,100000. r

His patients must patient until he can mule Monday and caught it. the flora of the Keys will be brought Paid up Capital, 25,000. 1'Average

use his hand. back by the party.MKLP.OUUNK.. Deposits, $100,000.TRANSACTS f"-I ---
We noticed in town Sunday from Ind. -: =
School closes on the 20th. The enter- ianola Mrs. :M. Wallace and son George, A -

tainment by the pupils to be given i on Miss Annie Norwood, and Joe Field. Joe Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Phillips have returned General Banking Business ..1
in the town hall is seemed fallen in
that evening pro crest not finding a cer- from their visit to Fort Pierce.
gressing finely. Without doubt the hall tain young lady at home. I
and (Oldest)
Rev. Weatherwax and family % r
will be crowded, as everyone is interested are enjoying -
in the school and its progress. We are in hopes the copious rains of a cruise down the river in the Back on the River.
Tuesday will check the ravages of the red yacht Sibyl.i
Cocoa will celebrate her usual holiday, spider on the grapefruit trees, Inch have Exchange Bought and Sold on
Mr. Porson Paddison, of Fort Pierce,
May 1st, with great festivities. A great been unusually bad this spring. Tobacco spent Saturday evening Melbourne: all Foreign Countries. r

time is anticipated. With such managers. juice used to make them sick, but they, with friend Patronage appreciated. Pr.mipt service, i
at its head as W. G. Paterson, William like all users of the weed, have become polite trcutiii' lit and('nry f.ivorconsistent *,
Hindle and W. M. Moore as a committee accustomed to it, and it shows no effect Messrs. Vest, Martin, Win. Fee andF. with conservative banking granted. f rd ,
C. Conkling recently returned from a CORRESPONDENTS '
of arrangements, and the Pioneer association on them. I P k.
to attend to the picnic part, trip south in the launch Dreamer. I Seaboard National Bank of New York, ,.
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,t there will be a big! day, and everybody i is :Mr. S. Middleton: of Roy, Washington and National of Jacksontille.TITUSVILLE: .'. _.._ :

F, expected and invited to attend. A big Bird-Shot I a pleasant guest at Hotel Carleton, FLORIDA.

programme is being prepared. I is enjoying fishing in Indian river.
: For I Mr. Edwin Hodg on was in town last f

.E UOCKLt UGt:. TigerllNo I week and brought a pleasant party of ladies The Lamp of Steady Habits

1 r." Mr. A. Wheeler expects to leave for his fiom Eau Gallic in his swift yacht,

:. M home in New Haven about May lit. use to hunt tigers with the Lizzie Lee. The lamp that doesn't flare up or smoke, or cause you
l. t \ to use bad language ; the lamp that looks good when
x Mrs. Robena Carroll and baby, oft bird-shot. It doesn't hurt the The new home of.Mr. and Mrs. John 'f you get it and sr t\'s, good; the lamp that' you never will.I .
Quincy, Fla., is visiting her sister, Mrs. G. Minor, on that high bluff south of town, r ewe you have it ; that s
li 1 \\ Hatch. 1.l6cr i any and it's awfully riskyor begins to show up well. Mr. Hoke, Sr., II !! + m'Tht New Rochester.T: ;

The exquisite scent of the orange! bloom you. is the chief builder.Mr. r\ Other lamps may be offered you as "just as good "_ - t
if t- 3 :r they be, in some ;. but for all .
may res/'t'd around goodness
i' has given place to that of whale oil soap is : J. F. Powell and family, also Dr. there's only one. Tlu' X<'w Rutlte\ter. To make j
:; and sulphur. Consumption : a tiger Summers and family returned home Sun- sure the lamp offered you is (genuine, look for the name t ',
diseases. It is stealth 'day evening from their cruise down the on it ; every lamp has it. (300 Varieties.) *1 tigr
t. Tuesday was a rainy day. Everybody among Old Lamps; 3Iatlc New. j
in the schooner J. F. P.
river This is
f.." ;I was glad to see the rain. The showers -but started it a We can fill every lamp want. i omatter whether you
t continued throughout Wednesday. once rapidlyeats grand way for tourists to spend a part of ; want new lamp or st<>"": an old one repaired or reflnished - i
:. t ava e mounted or otJ..r make of lamp transform -
'. .':I Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Bettler pent a few up the flesh and destroy? their time here. ; 4. ed send into a literature New Rochester. we can do it. Let us _
Mrs. Hines has improved rapidly since you "n the subject
r the latter's Mr. and the life. No to We SPECIALISTS in the
days with parents, use go hunting I Dr Holmes, of Sharpes, took her case in are Lamps. Consultation treatment FRED of diseases ot ,

t.. Mrs. Schuyler, at Malabar, last week. it with ordinary food and med charge. :Mr. Hines, who had to be rolledon ft Roor rta, THE ROCHESTER LAMP CD., 38 Park Place A S3 Barclay St., Sew York
Mrs. E. K. Williams, who has been the an invalid chair when he came to

1 guest of Mrs. Chatfield this winter, re- icine. That's only birdshot.It Melbourne a few months ago, now walks -- .

turned to her northern home last week. still advances. Good heavy I around town without help. Paroid Roofing-

.iijS Orange growers are busy spraying their charges of Scott's Emulsionwill Mr. Winslow and family, of Indiana, .
1 trees for the purple mite that has put in who have spent the winter in the Lock- (

= its appearance, and which is very detrimental stop the advance. The I wood cottage, left on Tuesday. This is For Permanent Roof _

to the trees. not Mr. \r1l1 low's first winter in Melbourne -
feels that.
t I so we hope to see him next sea- Neponset Roofing "
.;; -'. Mr. and Mrs. L. W. BattenfielJ left on Scott's Emulsion makes the i son. They are the kind of people that

I; Friday for their home in Delaware, Ohio. j' Melbourne wants.
.... They will visit the Charleston exposition, body strong to resist. It For Temporary Roof; '.

\ j . ,, and stop for a short time in North Carol I On Monday Mr. and :Mrs. Ferry, of Cheaper than Shingles, I ,
' l. u lina en route. ny. *\ soothes and toughens the lungs j Waukeegan, 111., Mr. and Mrs. Young, of I Better than Tin..........

wsustme and sustains the strength until ,| Baltimore, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Stephens, For Sale byTlie I !
I1. few i M ii ,, A. Cl J>ects to leave of Titusville, Pa., )Ir. and Mrs. Nicker- EP _
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a' 1 tao sne'ha'Send
by for New Haven the disease wears Boston all left for their northern :F.
L o Dirs. hI. ... I son, Faddis iii :
test d t friends in Daytona l". estee homes after spending a pleasant : erin Get .
Cp iana t Ij. all 1.
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i rPV r -

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