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 25, 1902
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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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: VID00623
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 34175599
alephbibnum - 002071719
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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CUBA'S 8 EIRST r.l LADY. ; {; .: A* pen tan Plant. The' Best Blood Purifier. C1tHD EAST COAST OP TLQRIDA -
: Anise. the odor cf which Is such an -Th blood '.is constantly being purified "IS PARADISE REGAINED." ;'

, attraction to bees, li a, Persian plant by: the lungs, liver and kidneys Keep : ,

Short Huge Yfeirof 'the r Wife of Tomas and one. of the oldest medicinal spices. these organs in a healthy condition and t ,
the bowels regular and will have no ,
Estrada The seeds are used as a condiment and you j
Palma. confectionery and in the manufactureof need of a blood, purifier. For this purpose EAST COAST RAILWAY
Special correspondence of The Florida Star. liquors and cordials. there is nothing equal) to Chamber'lain'g FLORIDA r

Central Valley N. Y., Aflril. .-one Stomach and Liver Tablets; one

of ,the most familiar figures on the The Vital Fluid. dose dollar of them bottle will of the do yon Hest more blood good purifier thana LOCAL TIME CARD No. 40. In Effect April 15, !1902.

streets pf Central Valley is a little, The blood is a colorless liquid In Price 25 cents. Samples free at Wilson &

t" : quiet! fragile woman with raven hair: which little red globules are floating. Son's drug store. SOUTHBOUND-READ DOWN. NORTHBOUND-READ UP.
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and wonderfully dark For Every drop of it contains about 1,000- --- !
/ eyes. nineteen 39'No. { _
000 of the globules, and they are sus- Longitude Degrees.A INo. 351 MAIN LINE. I--I--i 1
years she baa lived here unostentatious ceptible of division into smaller 'glob- degree of longitude varies from I f I j "I

_: to a degree; ever shrinking down to 12
t s t from ules still. 682 miles on the equator 500p 9 4h. Lv...................Jacksonville...................Ar 7 CO p 5)I) A.
attracting public attention. A stranger' miles in latitude SO. degrees north or 5CSp 9 43 a Lv-..................So. Jacksonville.............' .... G53p 84a ,,
Desk Light. 616 p 1Jf5u ...................... St. Augustine...............'...... SEOp T45aq
k would never imagine that In her be south. G 45p1121& ........................ Hastin s......................... G lip 110& Jq:: M.
was looking at one who will soon be Desks and tables for the use of children S 70Jp1142& .................... East Palatka ....... ............... 65& ., x
or adults either, where it is im Water Peddler 733p'1918p ........................ Neoga. ....................... 423p 622abi zi
., the first lady of Cuba, the wife of Pres In northern China hot water peddlersgo 7UI)1231p......._............ .. Bunnells........................ 'Up 609& nx 'J ;;
: possible to have an overhead light, 7531'1337p....................... Dupont.......................... 4 031' Got a ::: 1!
ident Elect Tomas Estrada Palma. should always be so arranged In con- about with a whistling kettle the o 319h'1C5p' ............. ..... ......Ormond.........._.............. 342p arJ'9 Q r
She has never seen the island over whistle announcing that the water is at F' : p ......... ............. aytona......................... 3311' 527n .III, -1;.'
nection with the windows that the S .......................FortOrange.. ........... .......... 321p 518. e
whose destinies her husband will soon light will fall upon the book or paper a boiling point. When they bear the z 9 CO p 146 p ............ ..._ .... New Smyrna .... ................. 3 C3 p 500& ;.e, "
! whistle, the people run with their tea- h ....... :2 I C' p ........... ..... ...Oak H ill. ..................... ::1..3 P ....... == eh
] preside, but she is imbued with the from the left side.Sydney z ... 2:I 471> .......... ........ Titusville. .......... ........... 2 =2p ....... CD n
greatest patriotic fervor, feels as keenly pots aud buy enough hot water for E: ....... 321p ................... .... .Cocoa. ... .................... 15p......: '
I their day's tea. J' 0 ....... 3 23 p ...................-1... Roclded........................ .12J P ....... :c> 0
1' as he the joy that must come, with and London. -< .. ..... 357 p. ......................Eall GAlhe...................... .343 p ... ': n
Taking the distance as the crow flies, I. .... ....... 4 05 P ........................ ......................... 331' ....... m 0'a t
the knowledge that the dream of his most distant 1I0w's This? Z 0 ....... 4 45 p ................... .. .. 3ebastI n....:.................. 11 a ....... r x
;, life has been fulfilled that it is "Cuba Sydney, 10,120 miles, is the fI'j;; Z ... .. 5 33 p .. . ... .... ..8t LucIe.. .. ..,................" 0512S \. ....... :; 7 f
of large. Cities from London. We offer One hundred Dollars Reward for ....... Ii t3p ..................... Fort Pierce............_......... ...111 o Ill ....... a s
libre" at last. The fact that she will any case of catarrh that cannot be cured by E-f ....... Ii C3p ..................... w'hite City.. ...................... 10 __...... ;
H&H's Cata rh Cure.F. Z ....... G t5 p ....................... TIbbals.......................... 10 ....... ; -
soon occupy the highest position in a Deer and Ale. CHENEY & CO. Toledo 0. o .603p .Eden........................... 10 ....... xj;
a country among people who have the To brew a barrel of lager beer one J. Props 0"J ensen.......................... 10 45a......... m II
We, the undersigned have known F. J. .7 ....... 621 p ......................... Stuart.......................... 1 0 ....... < a
most profound respect for her position. and one-half bushels of malt are used; Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe him ....... 6 54 p ......................Hope Sound.................... .., 9 ....... to.-! .0'...
i .. to brew a barrel of ale four and one- perfectly hon rable in all business transactions 8 ....... 7 C7 p .. .....\\'est Jupiter ... .................. .yea ....... 0... :;
that she will have a palace to live in ::1 ....... 4' ...................\Vest Palm Beach.................... 8 r8a ....... x
I r and all the accompaniments of wealth half bushels of malt are required.The and financially able to carry out any oblij ....... 8 06 p .........................Boyn1on ........................ 8331\. ....... o ,
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tions made their firm
by .... .
and power appeal to her only inasmuch WEST TRCAX WhoIesale'Druggists. ...35a.. .

involved in I'rlmrose. WALDIXG, KIXX\N & MARVIN, Wholesale ....... 955 p....... ... ........ ....... \liami. .... .......... ........... 645i......... P
as they are the one Idea.
: first the
Primrose was at prime rose, Druggists. Toledo 0
BUFFET PARLOR CARS OX TRAIN :::AND 73.:
; the freedom of Cuba. or the first rose that opened in spring. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting J

As in, her husband personal pride and directly upon'the blood and mucous surfaces
4 4 of.the system Price 75e. per bottle. Sold BRANCH LINES SCHEDULES. 1 .
alt vanity are singularly Licking in her Zanzibar Commerce.In by all druggists. Testimonials free.

She seems to have none of the feminine Zanzibar cotton goods form the Hall's Family Pills are the best.
clothIs ---- '- PALATKA AND EA3T PALATKA..
chief article of commerce. Gray
weaknesses for display and dress. But D.I.S'PORTA.nears

t she does possess dignity and as a result sold of to "americani.a very large" extent Printed under cotton tile the The Kind Yon Have Always. Bought No. 67'No I 651No.I 63'No.' 49'No. 47 I SUTIOXg. 9o. 4C:I,No. 48 No. 6O'No.' 541No.I 68
name I
i; when she leaves this little town will kerchiefs, worn by the native women Signature Dally_ I Daily I D.1ily Daily I Daily Daily I Dally I Daily I Daily Dally

take with her the best that mont of -7 633p1l35pilll5a, ; 6o a1 Lv..Palatka..Ar baoi 723a,12031' 2Sp
gowns and called "kangas," always find a . .75 uI US.I U5 pit 35 850 aiAr .. .East P&.atk ...L6 05 a I 705 n 11145 a H5P/7/ C5 P
ey can. buy and will be prepared to oc ready sale. ---- -- -- :fJ

1 rr :_. Blindfolded Males. MAYPORTBRANC ;
cupy her rightful place. Until then she

be the unaffected If troubled by a weak digestion, loss of The mule drivers who take their animals __ ,
J prefers to simple '
appetite, or constipation few doses across the Smith No. 19 No. 17 No. 5 ; No.6INo.' 18 No. 2D .
t try a American Andes I I ."...TA.It, 'i!. I
woman she has always been. Dally (Daily D..ily Daily I Drily
of Chamberlain's DJ.iYj,
.. Stomach:; & Liver Tab always cover the eyes of the mules !

. i', Her ideas on this subject 1 were very lets. Every box warranted. For tale: l with while 73: ;,i 3 23:: p 1 s Y5! a'Lv' ..... ....... .......Jacksoll\iIt':..... ...... ....... 8 :?5a 13 2Sp G C3 p d
a poncho they put on the .... .........
aptly put by her in a recent interview. by Wilson & Son. heavy loads. If they could see, they t s lapI 3 CO i 1005aILv..................ouiabinBPet: .. .................1.8.' I14u GJ 5 COp p

: Said she: 815p13C5p'1t.lOa Lv.... ... .........Atlaltic Bedch..L\: 740&.11408!, 5t3p
He Likes a Fan. would be unmanageable; but blindfolded 8 SO pI 3 SO P'IO:' 25 a Ar......................Mayport. .......... ..........Lv 726 a,1125 a 53)0; ''_.<
"It is not the thought that we are. go, The Chinaman carries a fan even h I they meekly accept their burdens. - I 4 ;.,

.. ing to live in a palace that makes us. he is a soldier on active service or i ii SAN MATEO BRANCH.These ,

, he is to Ills execution. Cucumbers.
going '
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No.
57 No. 46' :1
Cucumbers it is said, contain an Daily DaI 451'I STA.TIOXS' No. No. 58
I Daily
Dal.yl I

Webster.It acid that Is helpful In cases of dys 7 E5p I 61iJ3.I.V., ...... ......... .... ..... ..East ;&...........................: 6 43i ;i
has been said of Webster thai pepsia. 315p 5 3i: &Ar.. .. .. .... ....... ... ......Jan Iatf>o. .... ...... ..... .........1.,. 5 00&/8/ 20 :>> !
when his Maker him those if
gave splendid Foley's Cure if SANFORD BRANCH. ORANGE
Kidney taken in timeaffords I CITY BRANCH.
eyes the like of which no Amen from all
security kidney and Madder
can in public life has possessed! befog diseases. "For No. t t !No.121 No. 3 No.1
sale lay Wilson & Sort47A3'ORIAe 1 S.: I J STATIeN9. No. 2 No.4
1 I .-- HX- or since be was destined to become tin Daily In.lily I Dally. _Daily : D41iy ( Di : '

\ 7 O5 a.Lv. ... ..... .. ........ .
orator the embodiment of eloquence.A : 123p 3 C1,10 l lOa Lv.. .8fryrlll..Ar'' 1 .9 D .
. Ito Kind You T 180 iLv............ l1l11s... .. .......Lv" 107p 34 pl .Jp !
.J.f. t/ Bean tiaSignature Have Always Bougfil 833 a ILv............Ostet'n... .........Lv 11 !,h,,, 4 OJ 11121aLv.LakeIIelen.Lv13C5p443p I' 11 :::911.1 Lv.Oranjl" City LVi12 45 4 :1
.g1.,.. Doctor's Had Plight. 8 MaI.v,: ....... Enterprt..e.........Lv:.11 :0 a I' C51)11 45 aAr.Ong.! City : tJ PI'P lS p
. \: "Two years ago, as a result of a severe cf 930a'Ar..Sanrord.. .. ..... .L\ln 008.1, ; ; I P. 1

cold, I lost my voice," writes Dr. M. L. t
Time Tables show the times at which trains may lx expected to arrive and de art '
Scarbrough, of Hebron Ohio "then began
; Easy. from the several stations but their arrival or departure at the times stated i* not guaranteed,
1 an obstinate cough. Every remedy App1irmt-Do't I lnr to st.ito a nor therefrom.does the Company hold Itself responsible for any delay or any eon sequences arising j'
known t
to me as a practising physician" for .
\ 35 failed cage for asking! :i divoxot limr:
and I
years, daily
worse.
r.:).,; / Being urged to try Dr. Ktng grew New Discovery Dakota? Peninsular and Occidental Steamship Connections at Miama. 'I I

consumption, vnnghs and colds, Lawyer-Oh. yrs: just say ins
I
lr r / I found quick relief, and for the last ten couldn't get omr: st: rilti: vWorld BETWEEN MIAMA, KEY WEST AND HAVANA. ,,

.,..,. have felt I
; I days better than for two )'ears. SOUTHBOUND. NORTHBOUND.

Positively.guaranteed for throat and lung .
I :- t I troubles by J. B. Screven. 50c. and $100. - '- - Lv. Miama, Mons. Weds .... .......,....11 03 p | Lv. Havana. Twe*. Thurs . ... .........1000*
Trial bottles free. Ar. Key ":pst. Tues. Thurs..l: 33 p I I Ar. Key West, Tues Thurs . ... .. ..... . 6 30 p
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Lv KeyWeatTues.Thurs. ........ ....... 7 33p !! L\ Key \\Vst.Tues Thurs .. .. .......... 7CJo
Ar. Havana, Weds.-Fris .. . .. .. . .. .. I 5 wa i iAr. Miami. Weds. Fris . . .. .. ...... . 6uOa
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1 Fruitful Trees. For copy of Local Time Card address any Agent.J. .

s The orange tree is very fruitful. A D. RAHNER, Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent, ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.
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single tree will produce 20.000lr3il l'S - ---

fit for use. A good lemon tree will pro-

f qt4t duce 8,000 lemons. S.' r D R. M 0 rFETT'S:


The. Mnndrake.

"If a man pulls np a mandrake,"

says nn old time writer, "bv will surely -

L L (I.isoon dim a((llr. In common I

\ ++ prudence it i is best to tie a dog to the (TEETHING POWDERS) 4

plant and thus the evil "
thyself.
f2// --escape- --- Cures Cholera-Infantum, DtarrhoeaDysentery and the Bowel Troubles of
Chronic lironchitia Cured. t An\t Aue. Aids Digestion Regulates the Bowels Strengthens the Chitd and MAKE I
TEETHING EASY. Cures Eruptions and Sores Colic. Hives and Thrush. Removes .
UBS. TOMAS ESTRADA PALMA. "For ten years I had chronic bronchitis and prevents Worms. TEETHINA Counteracts and Overcomes the Effects of tho .
so bad that at times I could not speak A Medicine for Summer's heat upon Teething Children and costs only 25 cents at Druggists, or f
glad. No: it is not that that makes us above a whisper" writes :Mr. JosephCoflinan mail 25 cents to C. J. MOFFETT. M. D.. St. Louis. Mo.

happy. It is knowing, that after all the Monfinorenci, Ind. "I tried ,.

trials we are at last to have a countryof all remedies available, but with no sac Old People.
-
ress. Fortunately employer
our own." my suggested
. that I try FlIll'1Iolll'\' and Tar. lt.- Rev. Gco. Gay, Greenwich, Kas., is r j
Her patriotism is none the less real effect was :almost: nMractilons! and I am pa.:t Sears of awe yet he says: "1

even though as was said before she now cured of the disease. On mv recommendation am en'lo| }'iu ': of my age, due entirdy in the rejuvenating
have used' Fo
people
has her
never seen husband's native many : influences' cf Dr.. M iiles'ervine..
ley's Honey and Tar, and :iI I'awith .
laid. She is of It l'rinkssleep and when
a daughter Honduras, rest
satisfaction.i "" For sale l by Wil.-on t\c you else w .11, and gives strength and vita ., FACTORY LOADED SHOTGUN SHELLS
and her marriage to President Palma .
-- -- "
-- -- ity even to one of my old a;;e. "New Rival" "Leader"
was the culmination of a very pretty Worth of Uulilii.sh. "Repeater"F
"I am an old soldier writes Mr. Geo. R ,
.....: romance. It is estimated that about SUMHU \Vatsunuf Newton: la., "and I have .. ..

After Palma had been released on pa- worth of what is considered to be been a great sufferer fr m nervousness, for
veiUjjo a: d spinal troui-le.! Have spent .' you are looking reliable shotgun ammunition -
"rubbish"
is thrown into the streets by
role from !
t- Spanish
a
prison having considerable money for medicine and
,, I
!o the Parisians This the kind that .
day. shoots
r..i'. promised not to return to Cuba, he every means doctors but wits late: benefit I was x. where you
1.,1. nearly ?3,7uO,000 per annum fur tbe so bad ny mnd showed ;s.: :ns of weak-
went to Honduras as a teacher. While ness. IbegantakimDr.Mile N'ervine.and point your gun buy Winchester
\ chiffonniers and, counting their wives Factory
there be met the dark of I know it saved life." '
: : eyed daughter my
and families, nearly lUO.Oot' persons-: Loaded Shotgun Shells: "New Rival loaded with
\ Fr
President Guardiola. His wooing was {he'Cry comfortably their share Dr. ,
,. upon p
I : looked upon with favor. Preferment of It Mi1e NervineSaved Black powder; "Leader" and "Repeater," loaded 1

; too, came to Palma. for be was made ; with
Smokeless.
from Insist
, A VALl'AltLE MK1UCIXE me the insane asy upon having Winchester
: ; : postmaster general of Honduras. But lum," Mrs. A. M. Ilrtncr, of Jenco
, For Couch and Colds in Children. Springs, Mo., w rites. "I Factory Loaded Shells and "
: was so nerv- accept no others.
?
all revolutions ,
of those too
one common "
"' ,,- .' have not the sliditet-t hesitancy in recommending ou" that I could scarcely! control f myself
-::, broke out. Taking his bride with him, Cham"tIt, Cough llem- could nut sleep nor rest would even : ALL DEALERS KEEP THEMPoky9

. ,;: Palma tied the country and turned toward edy to all who are suffering from coughs: forget the names of my own children at t :; s
colds Chas. M. Cramer times. I commenced using Dr. Miles' 2" :'f\.tl ,, mr.; ..
: or says E-q., a = '!: :2: ..." .
_, ,. the friendly shores of Uncle Nervine and it helped me from the --- -=- >< .9"f 1'tV"I
well known watchmaker of Colombo
r.-* : Sam's domain, eventually settling in first, and now I am perfectly well. .
Ceylon. "It has been some two years ;': ,.- ,..... .
Central Valley. since the city dispensary" lira called mv Sold by al! Druggists on Guarantee. sCorn "' ;['''. !!.. r.J1 CwlnBKc iJJi 11;.. I 50 YEARS

school for attention to this valuable medicine, and I Dr. Miles Medical Co. Elkhart Ind. ,' ,: .. .: .. .' -
Here be opened a Cuban. :! ..!1t.. 1.. '' tol- . ," :. EXPERIENCE
have repeatedly used it and it !has always I
and Central American boys, and here i -- --
been beneficial. It has cured me quicklyof
/ I he and his wife continued to hope and i all! chest: colds. It i is especially effective and Oats I,I

1 .. plot for Cuba. The Palma home was a I for children, and I seldom takes more PURINAIs high I Ii i II
; <. .. than little them of hoarse i I
to
; tort of headquarters for all the Cubans one cure TRY III
IWS.. I have persuaded many to try this ;
fl. in America. All the great ones that TRADEMARKSI
II
valuable medicine, and they are all a
.tf havtc'isih'd' this country have been pleased as myself over the results." I'o r is only Sold in PUThAFEED DESIGNS {

/ ';, .. there at one time or another, and it has sale by Wilson & !Son.I Seeks: like this I COPYRIGHTS r Anyoneending sketch
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: been said that the whole of the last I qufi-Kly asreruin our opinion free de8CJiPtlon< whether may
&D
invention
probably
"1 revolution was planned there. strictly coiindentiaL! pstentabla. CommunIcations -

ti e Mrs. Palma will take with her to her CASTOR I l!' sent Patents free. Oldest taken agency through for MUM cnrmVtaironT ri SS! .

new home the attributes _that are well For Infants and Children. The reed that DONKEY wo CHECKERBOAflD Kara Special notice, vrithoutcbarteTtatterecelT : +

by.n.. calculated to- make, L:; essful asiincerity The Kind You Have it Zps Mules up ON ALL BACKS ntifiJlmerltan. ,
Always
the helpmate of t CIYBrking Absndsometyfllnstratedweekly. 1
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test'. 1 aid I, ( any scieiitlflc jouruaj
mon sense d teed bills four Term,"
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If fHE.FLJRIDA STAR: FRIDAY. APRIL!; 25, 1902. 7 "


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I mR SPRING, BRIDES 8; Earrings. .are. $oi .become.. fashionable. An- Old'Shipyard.

r". -again, 'and by'a'cleirefdevlee; they can i' A Alpyard "at0m1nat6r Japan

::{l The. Custom of Wearing Flower appear to' befastened, '-jn. the old way; .In operation, was established
'
Wreath. Cornea In 4&'aJn. when they la 'held 1,900 yearspgo.
are' fact, just to theears
t' [Special Correspondence..] { by Wfefy 'pink 'Rlnss 'and chains "O't:
.
New York; AprIl 22.-It, Is e- A lit I': i
manya of all i kinds are with :
studded all sortsof million men
,
Seven .
long 'day since have '' !
we. seen ,bride
a '"
pyramid.
atones. ,and. so long as they are pretty erecting the Glzeti \'&
with a ,wreath of flowers all around her "'
and. bright. and-ornament a costume seed meD devoted tbree.ycars; ; to
head like the In "
one the Illustration.' what difference does.!It wake. ? : leg a single'stone ,from the quarry
There have beers topknots of all shapes .
brides -
Speaking, of reminds me that -
and sizes,'but now It'"would seem as if all brides'should ; Shipping. "
base fine tailored
one
we were to' return to th('olden times One ton of stem shipping. !
suit
of light cloth
the outfit.
among
foor-\f shipping thatis
isalllng
when the young maiden "wore a wreathof and which has been
I ( For brides the light gray Is probably a steamer can carry four ;
roses above her marble brow." I the ; the signature of
most refined
choice, and these are much cargo any given distance
think this Is a pretty Innovation, and It really beautiful. OLIVE HARPER. year as sailing ship can. made under,his'per-

Is certainly calculated to sustain the l since its infancy.

veIl better. Foley's Honey and Tar contains no opi A Nearly Fatal Runaway to deceive yon in this.

f The chief novelty however: in this ates, and will not constipate Jike nearly Started a horribly nicer, on the l s..gool" are but

if bridal outfit la that there is a curiously all stitutes.other cough .medicines. Refuse sub B.'Orher, Franklin Grove, III., endanger the health of
For sale by:Wilson &Son. fled doctors ahd all remedies
shaped but effective lace application e against Experiment.
years. Then Buck1 n's Arnica
around the, .shoulders and down the Cash Needed.. cured him. Just as good for boils,

3. } front In the form of a front breadth. The while I flounder deep In debt bruises, cuts, corns, scalds, skin .

; .; save.that It Is laid on the outside of the This coal thought is just bas as bard crossed to my'tnttdtGott get.,- and piles. 25c. at J:B. Screven's
store.
;- silk. The dress is made of the richest At any other kind. ..

white peau de sole and has a train. At -Philadelphia Press. The Barber Pole. for Castor Oil, Pare '
' ) It is Pleasant. It
! the sides are three flounces made of He Knovca It All. The barber pble! has been used
other Narcotic
j Chlmmle-Is he much of sign for"nearly 500 years. nor
a scrapper1Chonnle .
r t, ,4, Say wot he don't..know used it told the public that the It destroys Worms
a Diarrhoea and Wind
was a as well as a barber.Canal
I about boxln can't be learned In a box surgeon

factory.-Philadelphia Record. cures Constipation .
4 1'Aa. Way. Food, regulates the

'-; Meat and Vegetable Miles-Did Stone's widow t1th)' ad natural sleep.

,, ,. Dire increase in their cost we see. Insurance on bis life? '::; friend '
ft6. Ere long we will begin Giles-No; upon his death.-
;;.f.... To fear that pork and beans will.be News.
[t' -"'!'
"f a;,<0> I AB rare as terrapin.-Washington Star. AL\VAYS
7". Acme of Conceit.

't-,.,..:;.:-. 2J/T./T: I The Professor. "Is he conceited?" : of

t r f':' ( "Speaking of biogenesis" said the "Conceited! Why he actually .

t I.. ' professor, "let us consider the live he understands women." -

:: 'i wire. The liver it is the quicker it Post.
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ii.: kills.-Chlcago Tribune. ,

; ". ) Discontent .v

:.tf!% 7 The same old chorus year by year.
Man raises, willy nilly; i'

" $t$; '" ;: \\\I We And rail grieve at summer's when winter's beat severe chilly.Washington. Always Bought M t

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Star.
:. 'I'-;:. "' 30 Years.

J\\( "A neighbor! ran in with a bottle oChamberlain's f 1 have
A !
k Colic, Cholera and Diar. NEW VCHK CITY.l3S8iiE&S&k
times
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; : : :: : ?& te & i&?$
;, ,.\ rhoea Remedy when my son was suffering the
-
; :.: oI. with severe cramps, and was given ( ,1 ......._

4.. I .I up as beyond hope !by my regular physician r, ? been 4''
who stands in Ills r- -
. high profession.After ....y
". "",' administering three doses of it, my i

. :J. son regained consciousness! and recovered human beings, and spared the
. ,..,: entirely within twenty-four hours," Hays cast to them in the arena. It is Railway it

Mrs. Harry Haller, of Mt. Crawford, Car ing how little sympathy women i
ray This remedy is for sale by Wilson & Sou.f for women. In the home the
liF' :ItOUTE
sees the maid with the signs of
Pour Living. she recognizes so well, but she
: The income of a poor farmer or regular lighten the sick girl's load by a The Best Line.

F\;:: laborer's family in Italy seldom ex bet finger. In the store the '

: : ceeds $125 a year. sees_ the pallor. and .exhaustion SERVICE
I mark womanly weakness, but
1
I FOR A JUNE BBIDE. A Lost Bridge. nothing for them. It ia work or I 1

: silk muslin, with chiffon ruchings. The Some scientists believe that !in the Doctor Pierce's Favorite

> waist is laid In stitched plaits In something Chellan epoch which ended 100.000 makes weak women strong IeIlD."O' .
women well, by curing the
I. Jike a blouse shape, and the years ago. Europe and America were diseases which undermine the Southern Pines,
connected of the British! Isles
; slaves! pre the mv baggy/ things now by way and sap the strength. Baltimore
the Faroes. Iceland and Greenland. scription" establishes regularity ,
so much affected with lace cuffs.
Since then the great waters have washed weakening drains, heals ) '
The n'i1ls of tulle, as are nine out ot away or submerged this stupendous and ulceration, and cures female \ York,

s.;: ten. The tenth is of lace and while it bridge. ness.

.:- is in some respects preferable, mainly "When I first commenced using Dr. : Tie eporfs.

i.' because it is mere costly, it is by no Cork and Gold. medicines Gansevoort" writes Saratoga Mrs.Co..George N. Y. "I A. / Car Service Jacksonville 1
Cork weighs 15 pounds per cubic ing from female weakness: ,a di a reea
means as delicate and dainty nor can .
; bearing-down pains weak and tired
foot, gold 1.1.V pounds.
A such a veil be managed to cover the : the time. I dragged around in that -
two years, then I began taking your MAcDONELL. Asst.Gen. Pass." Agent,
face and so add tenfold to its etherealgrace Archie. After tailing the first bottle I began Jacksonville, Fla
took four hones of '
I Dr.
+ f and beauty. The tulle veil down Archie's an excellent little boy ite better.Prescription, two of Golden :: : :Mana-ier.; Portsmouth Va.
in its When he's studying with his tutor. ,' vial of the Pleasant
, over the face is almost magical covery one .
., ,' But when he's out with the other lids used one bottle of Dr. Sage's Catarrh -
i i softening effects. That is'just where He's a fiend with a rubber shooter. Kow I feel like a new person. I can't
Chicago Tribune. enough for your kind advice and the I
,; the Turkish women /gain their reputation medicine has done me." .BUI1

for beauty for no one sees them Fo!ey's Kidney Cure makes kidney- "Favorite Prescription" a ,

"; except through the meshes of a transparent I and bladder right.! Ilon'tdehiy taking. women strong, sick women PS KENTUCKY {{ '
"';, white veil. For sale by Wilson & SOil cept no substitute for the i { '
works wonders for weak women. I
.,' Last week I was at a wedding when' The Kind. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets i WHISD1f .

: the bride was'determined not to be outdone "Writing love letters requires a great most desirable laxative for iI I I

! .' by any one in point of a lovely mental effort. said Bunting. women. i .

r I.. wedding gown. She had the whole "Yes, sentimental," added Larkln.- for Gentlemen

: ; : front of her dress embroidered with Detroit Free Tress.Lavlshnens.. who cherish

: done closely and sot -- Quality.
f' wax pearl beads so } :

artistically as to look like ;genuine jew The man who thinks he knows it all ;

I els. The upper' parts of the sleeves were Is a most generous elf ti.f i
iI
He shares advice with great and small y
t made of a regular netting of pearls: And keeps none for himself.

| over chiffon and the lower parts were -Washington Star. I

;' 1 i of the chiffon in a wide baggy shape by F. ,LO-.I.EY, K. L. MOTMHV.Titusville ;
Kind Assumption. !
A Florida.
.i',1 The tuffs were of the beads in the netting
"Mabel Gilfeather looks pale this
.t pattern. There were two chiffonruil'es I.I I r
evening.;
r&
1 t at the bottom of the skirts all it In ; '
: -! "Probably she put on a hurry. / DISEASES
tI' around the front and side breadths. Cleveland: Plain Dealer. Too much housework : ?

" while the train was left quite plain but men's nerves. And the I .

with two chiffon ruffles! under the edge/ The Great Dismal SwampOf care of children, day and i the most fatal of all dis .
; Virginia is a breeding ground of malaria
In place of a hahl '('U t'l'/ (>at twisted / often too trying\ ; for rveu a
So is low 4
; germs. wet or marshy .
tope of pearls was passed loosely ground everywhere. These germs canstuakne.Ks woman. A 11'lml; ; face ] 1 .

around the waist to hold the fan of ivory \ chills and fever, aches in the story of tee overworked lnm< I ; KIDNEY CURE It i

"1 and crepe lis e. bones and muscles, and may induce dan- and 11l11t her. n.>ran;etl i yjq Guaranteed
Remedy
maladies. But Electric Bitters
Around the neck there was a neck geions }eucorrm'a and falling of -I
never fail to destroy! them and cure mala : I
since is womb result from r
describe, \
will
lace, which 1 rial troubles. They will surely prc't'uttyphoid. refunded. Contains t
the latest and one which will be seen "\Ve tried many remedies for Every housewife neo ls a rei : money

everywhere soon, since so many of the malaria and stomach and liver troubles," to regulate her men-os : I' recognized by emi

summer dresses will be made without writes Jol.n\ Charleston, of Byesville, O | keep her sensitive female : I physicians as the best for
"but never found anything as good a-
collars and these necklaces are intended Electric Bitters. Try them. Only 30,'. in perfect condition. : and Bladder troubles.

to take their places. At the back J. B. creven guarantees satisfaction. Wg EOf : :; PRICE SOc. and $J.OO.

' there are two strings of small pearls i ,
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twisted and clasped by one large pearl.In April's Stor}. /7.Ja R .! A U. .
this for A L
is doing : / '. pCJ
the pearls are graduated and Blossomed orchards winging birds. . .... "sL9 r.- ri-ri i-
front Vernal raptures put In words- American women to-day. It .' v-; {"-.i '.j.ll! E; !'<""'iikilotroridi .
i are larger as they approach the center.In Sunbeams flashing skies of blue, Mrs. Jones andthat is I -
front Is one pearl Dreams of love mayhap come true-
of
the center the I'
Tell April's story!ll writes this frank letter:
pendent in pear shape. It is not neces- I t m PURINA i

sary to hunt through several millions greenish blur things growing lush. Giendenne, Ky., Feb. ,

shells to find the proper v bluebird's note a lilting thrush- I am so glad that your Wine of .Tfille
of oyster tVind severed petals swirling high. | is helping: r e. Ten fe.1 liiv \; i .
shape, since the pearls are now made to I The twilight's. misting lullaby- I have fzlt for years. I am Ft,. ,
Black I Tell April's story! own work without any help, Feed.NKeY t
suit.
order in sizes and shapes to washed last! week': and was not !
fashionable. ; tired. Th .t shows that the iCASLf \
pearls are to be quite Mother hens perturbed with pride doing me good. I am getting I EVERY ,
Black pearls are really but smoke gray, 'Neath whose! wings wee fledgelings hide- than I ever was before, and !; I SACK. & jane f
JunellUe:: airs born with the light. and eat hearty. Before I began II ; Indian i a
t but are called black by courtesy. Sudden kindled tires at night- WIDe of Cardni, I used to have I ; I is follows: a.sectior', JL r"
mentionedcan down five or six times every : KEEPS '
1 have Tell April's story
Such a necklace as new I do not think of lying down 1 ,
be purchased for about a dollar. the day. MBS. RICHARD MULES UP gngeall ea N.
and all oth- Violets, anemones AT DIlUtiiilSTS. AND FEED at finely 'd '
81.00
'S Bracelets for evening wear Blithe nest building In the trees- the A
where the sleeves will per- Ferns In fad I \ways unfurl'd. For advice and literature add nil, the cat BILLS DOWNW ors addr Ir
er occasions I woridtps.lGus town, "The lidse Advitory I ,a 11. Loy.
all the other Ecstasy lion 311 Medicine Co.,Chattanooga, foal atun
and ChatUDOCgt I
mit are made of pearls i ApriFa story! .| ?. bir5l,
In their very clever imitations ! ,{ 1 n Aar Jr a0. [:**'S2. : '\ I : cent.. 2uth, IHOt. I s. ( 11 rAnr :
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''W.L.I UGHLE"f T..M.. ,D., L.'T. DANIEL, took a day off and went out to Lake PainS Ie TYPEWRITERSWERE I
4, ,_ ,D.!,D. S.-rOffiees! 1' iTh f India' River tt to sport with the finny tribe of that BUILT UPSIDE DOWN. "

t. :1 ;iprogCo'sstore. &le .dinl DragesUblish, ; wilisomerretreat.andthey-but; pshaw! J vl
meat of the Indian TOE VISIBLE: WRITING .".
r\vercountl1.
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;T WILLIAM Erin: itoriea. ttf Lr'TYPEWRITER1
I .balmer,;Bicycles and Sewing Machine sup i: tI
plies.Tinning and Pipe Fitting, Repairing Another heir to the houses of Gingras i
: of Every Description; Agent:for BeyeridgeSteam and'Hardee''pat'in'his appearance at the
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'. 'LIPP';Practical Shoemaker. Forty ( morning, and Gardner.has.a built right side up where the work is in
'years 'experience; all kind of: repairing brother. All are happy; and the mother It is a light, compact simply con
R, a ,, done, nice andcheap.alsO.ladies'and, men's, durable learned
p and heir! doing pe"CoI. \\., i machine-easily ,op-
shoes made to order f
and cleaned;aligns perfectly,and_needs
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,} "; GOTO'J..M.* ,'SANDERS, The Old Reliable ,'' .-. and Mrs:C.( W. Harrison have repairs.
:;. Store, '(or good and"reliable goods both been quite iU, but are, improving. f
such as Dry Goods Saddlery, Crockery They have faithful and.efficient'nurses in
... Trunks'and full line of Groceries. I I lraftribs+!T
Hats; a '
Mra. S. 0.: Wade
: -* r' MI 04 i.-. the former's sister, and
.-., JARVIS .HOUSE pen all the year, round. Mrs., F-r.J. Taylor, the latte. '8 cousin, Wrecked !
Pleasant location facing the river on riverfront I fronl.Nepark. ,ij. J,,
;;'. Rates|2.00 per day;special terms by
I .:" the week month. .- 5' The old,time sw serenity hovers over -t S e should Your home be protected and property by....
u'? peaceful Rockledge. All the hurry and nmdi ;f

# .4 '.;,: MELBOURNEBUSINESSDIRECTORY. lurry,is a thing of the past. There are a Insurancefrom

{; { ;j. MELBOURNE FtA.- ; H. Fee STATE, president BANK; ;C.MELBOUBSE M.-Horton, few winter residents whQ yet remain to q FIRE. LIGHTNINGand .

4 ; '. cashier. Every.courtesy extended consist- enjoy the balmy weather, while the April h.1 CYCLONES. The expense -
., .," ent with conservative banking. showers.are busy coaxing the frost out of is small (om pared to
"
..'. the earth in their northern homes.MELBOURNE. the risk of a catastrophylike
f' ': ECZEMA REMEDY. I'/i'/(! +vrsieIa this. Write to or ask

DANVILLE, PA.;Jan. 7th, 1902. Sc&oyler & Branning, Titusville,

.-' 'i The Hancock Liquid Sulphur Co., Baltimore There is a fine chance here for some g'rioo S97.5O. for reliable information

Md. one to build a big hotel. Melbourne [ S. BROKING for rates, etc., etc. .
Agent Bfevard CoSold _
.Y,,. Gentlemen: I have had u aggravated needs one. *

':. case'of eczema for over twenty-five years. to resprnisHiIe parties for$:?5 rash and
y4 ., My hands 'were unsightly a great part of Dr. and Mrs. Summers and eon Sher- monthly payments. Other make machines E. L. MOTLOW

.i.. ; : that long period- have used seven fifty- man are guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. C. in part payment.
_. cent. bottles, and one jar of your Sulphur Moore, at Roseland this week. The ; ALL UP-TO-DATE BUSINESS: .o a o00 0 0 000 .rl.II
Ointment,and now I feel as though I had hauled SHOULD USE THE OLIVER. i
ry? '.':.. a brand new pair of hands.. My case has Wedding bells will soon ring for one of .
;:kk ,;, been such an aggravated one;it has cured our sweetest girls, who in less than a week Mrs.
me, and I am certain it will oure anyone will have gone to another state. her: \;! COAST MEAT MARKET
if they'persist in using Liquid Sulphur according son.
s s . I to'directions. BUTLER EDGAR. The Erwin house has closed for the I. G. F. DUREN, Agent,
summer. :Mr. and Mrs. Irwin and Miss I
..
.r Mildred have gone to Chicago, 111. passing.

.1'' ,' INDIAN RIPER[ RIPPLES. Mr. Harry P. Gates, of Chicago, arrivedon river.We 'Ioridaand I i

Monday evening to visit his sister, i
fr1NEshruQuoP
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er. & Paragraphs Personal and Newsy Briefs Miss Eva Gates, at her pleasant home. Millan's r I
of y i
f.j at Towns Along the Coast. Rev., Jesse Hadley left on :Monday after Western i

7 . spending a pleasant winter here The I
among "
q ,. t COCOA. old friends. He now returns to his homein parts of L Jleatsof ,

t .:, Miss Alliene Wilson, of Rockledge, :Monrovia, Ind. on allKinds. i I t1
{, spent last Saturday with Miss Marguerite "Old r
:
Mrs. Nicholson, Mr. Brady and Miss
: Dixon. No. 5, to
Watkins went to Melbourne beach on .
Mr. A. F. Lapham has removed the remains Tuesday to enjoy a few days outing at the FINE WHISKIES WINES, BRANDIES

'; of his wife, to be re-interred in the that pleasant resort. The I GINS, BOTTLED BEERS,

cemetery at Marion, Ohio, to lie among Titusville Florida.:
,4 I TITUSVILLB
k her kindred and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Elliot, who have spent the points and COCOA.
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winter in -- -- - --- ------
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the Lockwood cottage on Melbourne -
"' School children with examinations -
are busy The
avenue, have left for their homein
t this week, and the preparation for Faicmount: Indiana. ing to J as. Pritchard & Son
their entertainment in the hall at the Ala., is
,
I close of the school goes merrily on. Rev. Weatherwax and family have returned Bros' Headquarters

.1 Another sharp norther, the past week, from their cruise down the river. for. . . .
Just to remind us that winter still lingers They all report a most enjoyable time, next
; further north. Jack and we are glad to have them home once
in the lap of spring, in his

:: Frost is still busy up there. more. August HARDWARE t

'';.. _, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jones, of Quit- Mr. and Mrs. Davis, of Caterslmrg, Mi&a ,

'#, man, Ga., are visiting the family of the Indiana, who have spent their third win coming
former's uncle, Mr. S. S. Jones. It is ter very pleasantly in Melbourne, have tain : ...Tinware, Crockery, Stoves...
R
'. many years since Mr. Jones has paid gone house leaving many friends here cess to Boat Goods, Paints Oils
{ Cocoa a visit, and he finds many improvements who will be glad to meet them here next The andVVOODENVV ,
hereabouts. Walter used to winter.
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rank first the Lochinvarsof : ARE.
1 ... among young Mr. and Mrs. Higley und Mrs. Scott,of Misses :!
Cocoa decade and is well remembered -
a ago, Write for prices.
Canton, Ohio, left on Monday to visit U. and ..
who are glad to see him
tL. again.by many Charleston and other points of interest, Alex. TITUSVILLB, FLORIDA.Box .

ere returning home. They are delightedwith 212.
At last the dangerous strip of road :Melbourne, and hope some day to the resid - -
the river on Palmetto avenue have home i is now President.
along from a here.JACKSONVILLE PRITCHARD. W. M. BROWN Vice-President. C. S. SCHUYLEH CashierINDIAN.
\ is well under way to be righted. It is at painter,

this point in the narow way by the Hus
DAILY :METROPOLIS.Two tract.Mrs. RIVER STATE
:w.I I ton place that several have beerv hurt by dollars will pay for the Jacksonville BANK.County
1 unavoidable collision, it being impossible Saturday
Daily Metropolis from now until
;'t'f to see any distance ahead, and no room'to the Depository.
\ December 1st, IOCS, covering the entire .....
pass. It was at this spot that Mrs. Shaw served -
scope of the political campaigns of the Capltal$100,000. ,
was so severely hurt this winter, and had ed the
J Address Carter & Russell Publish- Capital ,
.:f she been so inclined could have made year. highest up 25,000. S

some trouble for our town officials and ing Co., Jacksonville, Fla. game. Deposits, 100000. ( I

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'. the property owners for leaving so.dangerous TRANSACTS A -.. J
a place within the corporate limits Celery Growers Disappointed. Many

4 of the town unattended to. The celery growers of Sanford and vicinity Tillman marriage Banking Business #

I are not in a good Immur. They are
tine is

MAY DAY PROGRAMME.
not "in the'soup," nor at all dispirited, ladies and Oldest

1 The following! :, is the programme for but disappointed that their pet product, has the Hunk on the River i I

-. ; 6! May Day afternoon sports. The forenoon celery, seems to have gone back on them i
I friends
will be taken up by the pioneer association -i this season. A large amount of the cele- Bought and Sold on

11 t business meeting, and picnic dinner ry this spring, for some cause not clearly cess her in all Foreign Countries

at Oleander point: understood, has gone to seed and is unfit e apprl'f' aft.(1. Prompt service, = "
4 ;; Commencing at 1 o'clock p. m., May for market. A very large percentage of )h1. trfuttn nt and every favor consistent ,.,

t I 1st, the following sports will transpire on the acrewill not be cut, save for giving day. conservative I>!mkii: 'r! and about the public town hall grounds: place to other crops.Scott's of the :: CfHmE' l'ONIIENT.,: +t: : .t

1, Sack Race; 2, Cracker-Eating Con- : : National Rank of New York .r ... ;-
supper .
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and National Bank of Jacksonville.TITUSVILLE. .
test; 3, Tug of War;4, Flour-Rooting Con- Rose } _

: test; 5, Potato Race; 6, Shoe Race; 7, it the hi : FLORIDA.:
;. ;!I What's Up Race; 8, Obstacle Race; 9, that for ,
,
Putting Foot Ball Contest. Appropriate proudly

r 1 prizes for winners.! I A. R

: Prize for anyone who succeeds in riding AIoneLet I for : The Lamp of Steady Habits '
i
the barrel home all day. .
; open the /
i \ The lamp that doesn't flare up or smoke, or cause you
At 4:30 p. m. a Bicycle Parade for in- to use bad language ; the lamp that looks good when
'spection of wheels, open to boys and girls you get it and stays good; the lamp that you never will
Emulsion is
not a ingly part with, once you have it ; that's
b. 17 years and under; handsome prizes to /' F r Ip
'. boy and girl having best and most appropriately good medicine for fat folks. Miss :\ J rr! The New Rochester i

.' decorated wheel. ward by secret \Ve have tried it Miss :\ Other lamps may be offered you as "just as good "_ d
I: )f committee. never o-ivino- = they may be, in some respite, but for all around good. ,
t Mr.
ness, there's onlvone. The AVto Rocleter. To make '
;: :, 1 Boys to furnish their own sacks for to a real fat person. We don'tdare. country sure the lamp offered you is genuine, look for the Dam ron \
it ; every lamp has it. (300 Varieties. *> \"
sack race. Better wear old clothes, and ) "
r You see Scott's Emul- )Ir. Old .
Lamps Made: Ne
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