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: May 2, 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).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075901
Volume ID: VID00624
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
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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6. THE ,FLORIDA STAR : FRIDAY, .MAY" 2, 190224
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day the college bursar' 'presents to each Bleahelm Palace; FLORIDA dd3
student a needle I and thread colored Blenheim 'palace was built 5y -, is PARADISE REGAINED./1/ Ql
I' British nation for the Duke ..
blue,' red and 'yellow and says "Take t .
... Some. Cartons. Fact Concerning the Old Marlborougb at a cost of !500,000 !
this and be thrifty.
cr: .::' English University., the days of Queen Anne: la tb
Oxford'In general Is one of the ex-
grounds are a triumphal arch and FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY r
Lth: ;'J.f!' Special Correspondei[ce of The Florida Star. centers of education. The rent
: column 130 feet high, with a statue
,.': ,:..;,. London, April 21.-The American boy of college rooms Is l lower there than at Marlborough on the top. The maniScent

l'' :'-' ". who Is fortunate,enousb to be awarded Cambridge but in all other respects de- park surrounding the TIME CARD No. 40. In Effect April 15, 1902.

.1 I : ; : One of Cecil Rhodes' Oxford scholarships mands upon the purse are much higher. comprises 2,700 acres.Whooping UP. f

' r- I :;:;: ." ';- wtli'flnd much to interest him at RICHARD HAVILAND.Messages i i Cough.A DOWN. NORTHBOUND-READ' "

r'.'< : ; the historic old university, but he will woman who has had experience l JI I I :1 MAIN LINE. Daily ia.i .. 3!I

'..:'I .." also find much that is puzzling and A SEARCHLIGHT f R I PHONE. this disease, tel's how to prevent
't ,': : much that will be'in his eyes eccentric dangerous consequences from it. She PI 9 4h. Lv...................1&Cksonvil....................t 703p 85s
4 '. Our three children took whooping cou 94311. Lv..................So. Jackson'fllle................. 653p 847&
r : M1 ..-19.t, enough. Transmitted by Heat in Rays of last pill' f5 a ...................... St. Augustine...................... 663 P fIg a 0='
>>3' ". summer, our baby boy p 112T a ... .................... Hastings......................... 614 p :
v" i ,_=f The university is a collection of colleges Light. three months old, and owing to our p;1142 a ...................... East Palalka ...................... t 622ia y!
.' lug them Chamberlain's Cough % .......................... ga ........................... n p to1
b t ., and 'halls, twenty-two in all. and On the banks of the Potomac above loot of their :I p 12 31 p ............... .. ... Runnells......................... 414 P 6048. 6'I :c::
.i.: .. : and the wide they none plumping : :: p 12 37 p ................:.. . .D"-pont.- ......................... CS p III
.. -; each has its own matriculation. The Georgetown across surface came out in much better health pl 1 C5 p ............., ........... Ormond ......................... : 6Mag'3....
w, .. '. lucky American boy who wishes to enter of that stream and in the vicinityof other children wh se parer.t" did not u : p' lIS p ......... ............. Daytona.. .................. ..... i 3iP 5 27 a s
;.: this Our oldest little p 123 p ....................Port Orange............ ........... It P 5 3 a n to
f s. '- Oxford must first apply to the head the spot where a successful test remedy. girl P 146 p ..................... New Smyrna .... .................. 303 V ZOOS ;;
", made of of call lustily for rough:; syrup }lw> .. 2C3p ........... ..... ... Oak Hill......................... Z:3p....... m "J'
recently a system
; f f( of whatever college he desires to be was hoops -Jessie Pinkey halt, .. :z 47p......... ........ 11tus'ille. .......... ........... i C2 p ....... g
: i wireless telephony there was held the for .. 3 2ip ................... ...... Cocoa ... .................... .5P......... > 0
; y: :; Identified with. lie will be asked a \ia. This remedy is sale by .. 3:3:: p ....................... Rockled: ..................... P... .::: ;::2
u other night a private demonstrationof k Son. .. 3 &7p _.......................Ed.11 Gallie........................ 1% t3p ... .... :
r'!: , ; number questions about his previous of wireless vocal .. t CS p ........................Melbourne..1% 33 P ....... m.
"".'-..-... ''. another system a.A.IJTORYA. .. 4 tS p ..................... .. Sebastian........................ 11 a ....... Eir
, t" : education family history, etc. If the communication differing widely from .. 5 3J p .................... .. ..St Lucie., .. ..................... 11 05a. ....... :::
r '', head thinks that the is likely toIf in methods of in Bean tie / Tho Kind Yon Have Always 2:: 5 t5 P ..................... Fort Pierce....................... 11'a ... .... II a 0
r1; : -. youth the first operation .. 553 P ..................... !white City........................ 11> t5& ....... : y;
; t; = an ornament to the college in principles involved in results attained Signature .. 6 C5 p ........................ 10 3a: ........ W:: :;
prove and effect of the of .. 603 p ..................... ... ..Eden........................... 10 483....... x.n
w'r : some branch of learning, he will give and In the scope .. 614 p ......................... Jensen.......................... 10 2 Ia ... .... ; a
discovery upon existing methods of .. 621 p ..................... Stuart....................... ..1011 a .......
.:: f him a preliminary examination and Turkish Suspicion. .. 651 P .....................Hope Sound....................:.. 941 a....... 0' :;
.. voice transmission says a dispatch Even the in ... 707 P .......h..............'VestJupiter ...................... 9 '2 a. ....... ., ?
Y' ; place his name upon the rolls. from Washington to the Chicago Inter highest personages: .. 7 41 p ....................'Vest Palm Beach................... 8 fiia ....... .vs ;A
I key are: not exempt from .. 8 OS p .........................Boyn1on ........................ 833 a ....... :I
After this the student is governed by Ocean. The Hertzian electric earth i Their watched and .. 9 Oi p ..................... Ft Lauderdale ...................... 1:5 a.......
of his to (currents of which advantage was I movements are ... 9 t7p ...................... Lemon City ...................... 6 51a ....... g
/1' the rules college except report ported to the palace by an army ... 955 p ........ .................. )Iiami. ........................ .......
taken in the first system through the
for the various university examina spies who swarm in .
I use of steel rods driven' into the every quarter.Our BUFFET PARLOR CARS ON TEAIN $3AND. 78.
tions. No student can obtain an Oxford I
ground, answering: the purpose of the
., L. degree unless he has kept his "terms" : ground wire in ordinary telephony First Iron \aiU.! BRANCH LINES SCHEDULES. .
The first iron nails made In'this
. that Is, has lived at Oxford for three are not used in the new system.
'. hammered into shape at
try were
':__ years. That he has done so is determined Electricity, the basic principle of all PATiATKA AND EAST PALATKA.
berland. R. I.. In 1iii.TrJ'
oddly enough, by attendance at present methods of wireless telegra- ,
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,. } dinner in the college hall. The student phy and telephony does not enter, except the new remedy for'rlain'pStomachanrl l'O ti\'t>I1e 55 NIS. 53 No. 49 No. 47 I SUTIOS3. 1 o. 46,Na. 48 No. 60 No. 54 i No. 68
I I Daily I DailyDl.ily\ Daily I Da.ilyl I Daily I Daily Daily
: : skip other meal that he as an adjunct into the principlesof ('haul\:: Liver -
i ;ay \ may any ; p 4 35 p'11,15 a 6 :IO Lv..Palatka..Ar 6 23 a 12 03 :5 25 P
box Price 25 al
s....': pleases, but if he does not put in an appearance the new method. A powerful electric Every guaranteed. t5'p,1l35a; .. .East1'a.ata ..Lv 25u\1\ Pl5 Pl7
sale & Son.
searchlight is fitted with a complicated For by Wilson
I :: : at dinner It is counted against_ .
. . .,'. and delicate apparatus terminating MAYPOHT BRANCH.
.:: .r ', him unless be can give a satisfactory CA TORt.E'Le.
' His attendance at lectures has in a mouthpiece not unlike Bean the The Kind You Hato Always 17 No.5. No.6 No. 18 No. 20
; excuse.
. a'r' that used on an ordinary telephonebox. I I D.dly 1 hTATiG\3. Daily I D llYI Daily
pu' } little or nothing to do with it so far as .
'" The broad ribbon of radiance cf i 9 ::5 a. Lv .................hJ&cksonni1e ..... ....__......Ar 8 :::51.:13: : Up e 3Qp
t : ::\ _. "keeping tab" on his presence at the projected by the lamp serves as a ,-.--- pl 9 b3: a Lv... ...........South Jacksonville..Lv: 817 a'1217: p 123 p
c I Is concerned. p 110 0.5& Lv....... .........: blCBt'l.C1l .................Lv 1 (511.llti&! 6 fOp
4t. : ,1't college wire, and a funnel shaped arrangement Porto Rico. Pjl lOa Lv... ... .........Atlaitic, ................. 140&,1140 a Gnp
One of the requisites In the Cecil fitted with a contrivance terminating In a commercial sense Porto Rico pt10 :25 a Ar.............. ........Mayport. ...... .... ..........Lv 12hU, a 5 33 n
; Rhodes scholarships is that the student in an ear cup takes the place almost entirely without forests.
". must be efficient in some branch of of the ordinary telephone receiver.

, : : : t :}i" sport. This is an absolute essential at In,thp test message were sent along London Uonil 45// SUTIor !No. No. 58
." the rays of the searchlight and recorded Some of the :great main roads out I 461' Daily
s ... Oxford as far as the student's happiness
' up to the distance of half a ,mile. London are famous for their :\ 15aILv................ ........ ..East Palatka........................... 6 00 a 8 ifp
, t..i, is concerned for a .young man Beyond that distance sounds were audible and are lined with some of the aAr. ..... ..... ....... .. .......ban :\1atl>o. .... ....... ...... .. .......Lv\ 5 40 a S 23 P

_a \.- . who tried to resist the athletic atmosphere words could charming villas and country man :
''p. .; : of the place: would have a decid be distinguished.; Considering the imperfections In England or the world.
I edly unpleasant and lonesome: exist {No. No.3 No.1 No.4
; attendant
& naturally upon a STATIONS.:: l ST A. .0..5. I
i .,,, 'S .. ence. At Oxford unlike most American first test of the complicated mechanismof Foley's Honey and Tar conjain-: no(, II I V.lily 1.Titusyile..Ar 1--Dilly- -Daily Daily Daily_
1 and can be given to ........ : 12Jp': 3C I.I010aLv..=" .8Iryrna..Ar.ltJI. 5 JI.
I : universities the sports are man the indention the test was highly aces, safely ........... Hus..L\ 1 C7p 313 p 112tn. Lv.Lake lIelen.Lv13 55p i Up
the students and satisfactory to the iuu'utor. Sold !by Wilson & Son. ........... ... ......... \ 1152 a 4 C3 p'11 :''9a'Lv.Oranp:,. City Lv:12: 45 p t 2-1 0
: aged absolutely by
l i' I. ..,..... Enterprise... .... Lv Itll :;011.' 4 05 43 a'Ar.Ong.' City tJ 413
: : .__ no graduate is permitted to interfere 01 In working; upon the "searchlight tel.ephone" \\hy She Scorn lib,. ..... .... .. ..:....Lr. GO a: Pill ;I P p
Inventor followed
participate in them except in an honor literallythe nud iliar
fly summer girl IS tlU'lU6bi
axiom that "light is heat The Time Tables show the times at which trains may lJf expected to arrive and de art
.' ; She will not look! at me. \ stations but their arrival or departure at the times stated is not guaranteed
.y. i $; test was private only a few friends of I Deter hissed! a. girl before.Bo the Company hold itself responsible for any delay or any consequences arising
: 5T jjJ/f' the inventor being present A search- it wu n*" to tut .

.:II'T .. light such as is used on the river boats last night when parting at the Goor, : and Occidental Steamship Connections at Miama.

;: was carried up the stream to a point 1 trembled: tu nj> toes;

''; where a feed wire of the electric carline I meant to Lis her on the moutr Ai."m BETWEEN MIAMA, KEY WEST AND HAVANA.
But kissed her
on nose.
which follows the north bank of

i S the river had been tapped In readinessfor -Yonkers SOUTHBOUND. NORTHBOUND.

: the test and a wire run down to - - ----- !", Mons. Weds. ... ......... ....1 co P I Lv. Havana, Tues Thurs . . .,. .......,.10 00 a
: ,Tues. Thurs. ........... ..1333p I Ar Key WestTue'Ihurs . .,..,..,..... 6 33
II the river bank. The searchlight was ,TUPS.: Thurs. ............... 733p I Lv Key West.Tues Thurs: .... ..... ... 7 03 p p
I f r connected with the wire, and the boat Weds. Fris ... ..,. .. ...,.. 5 ('0 a Ar Miami \\eds. Fns .... . ... ....?.. .., 600a

I then took the receiving apparatus to a I Head = I of Local Time Card address any Agent.

: J l /! point on the opposite bank about half Asst. Gen. Pass. Agaat, ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.

i r l a mile away t ,
----- ---- -- - ---
, :i '. : When all was ready, the current was -
t turned on, and after some little trouble ache. OR. MOFPETT S Cures Cholera-Infantum,
l Diarrho sentery,and
I j the other end of the "line" was located troubles
i l' the Bowel of .
.1' I, 1'.. Then followed the tl'stwhich W1L1. I ChildrenofAnyAge.ER \ .
: ; furnish food for conjecture concerningthe Sick headache, nervous head- ; fa; Aids Digestion, Regulates
possibilities of the invention as regards t 1pi" TLETNI G 0 YD )! the Boefc, Strengthens '
ache tired headache neuralgic
I night communication at sea be- AS the Child and Ma!.esTEETHING
I. 1 h I ; f t lli tween lighthouses and ships or between headache, catarrhal headache, -'' Costs Only 25 cents at Draggists, EASY.

two vessels or between a bal- headache from excitement, in ': 're Or mail 25: cents to C. J. MOFFETT. M. D.. ST. LOUIS. MO.

: fact headaches of all kinds S. C., Nov.26.1900.was first advised by our family pbjsician in Charleston to use TEtTUCfA: 10-
J : loon and the earth in time of war or are when he \'as but a very young infant as a preventive of colic and to warm an.1 s eeten stomach. .F
I between two detachments of troops. quickly and surely cured with useful in teething troubles,and its e4ecthas been found to be so very bener c:a!and 5'>free from dangers
i c.. quent upon Dense or drags and soothing syrups that we have u'-neta: Tad. it a':er use ft,la three
: ,
u ( I The conversation was one sided, the one of the necessities when there ia anew baby in the h, ..'- and Ull: ,! tie u- i,>g troaben. : ere over and
DR. MILES' la recommending it to our friendsinstel. of the hl'd i istnt .' I.. v ; .. :euetokeeptult
t f ,l I u n l boat containing the receiving appara HAUTWELLJL AYEK,tilaaager: D< ij Tunes. .L V\. Guy 'i ,inBs-ile3scafcer.)

tus having no means of sending return

: 4 .. .if messages. The inventor claims how Pain Pills.Also .

? ever that in perfecting his device he

!:I- .. .' will combine a transmitting apparatus all pains such as backache,

I'I't I.' . _ with tile receiver, thus utilizing one neuralgia, sciatica, rheumatic WINCHFWFFR

Ii ." '" shaft of light; or single; wire as it pains, monthly pains, etc.
t. were as in modern methods of telephony
;$ "Dr. Miles' Pain Pills are worth their
ff! During the test about 150; im-s. weight in gold' says Mr. W. D. grew FACTORY LOADED SHOTGUN SHELLS

I sages were sent over the "luminouswire. mer, of Arkansas City, Kan. "They

fv. ." cured my wife of chronic" headache I ew Rival" "Leader" "Repeater"
when else would.
t CHRISTCHURCH COLLEGE OXFORD. nothing ., ... ._.... .. '1Yi>. i\\o "J1 'lP'lor
No Loss'of Miles' Pain Pills
Time. "Dr. drive
L \ ary way as treasurer or the like. Therules awaypai

t \ governing sports however are In I have sold Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera out:: a is supply if by magic., and 1 think am never everyone with- you are looking for reliable shotgun am-

the main what they are in America. and Diarrhoea remedy for year: and should keep them handy. One or munition, the kind that shoots where you
would rather be out of coffee"and sugar pills taken c/n approach of headachewill
An Oxford law that many an American than it. I :old five bottles of it Vf-ter prevent it every time.." point your gun, buy Winchester Factory

will find irksome is that which re- day to threshers that could go no farther, MRS. JUDGE JOHNSON, Chicago, E

' : quires the men to be in residence by 8 and they are at work again this mornin": Through their use thousands i Shotgun Shells: "New Rival, loaded with

o'clock at night If they are out later -II. II. Phelps, Ph mouth, Oklahoma :; "Leader" and "Repeater loaded
As will be seen by the above the threshers people have been enabled to attend powder; ,

than that they are fiued. Between S Were able to keep on with their work social and religious functions ; Smokeless. Insist upon having Winchester

and 10 the flue is twopence between 10 without losing a single da's time. You travel, enjoy amusements

.. and 11 threepence and between 11 and should keep a bottle of this remedy: in etc.,with comfort. Asapreventative Loaded Shells, and accept no others.
l your home. For sale by \Vilon & Sun.Kammel. .
midnight a shilling. If a student makes ---- ------ when taken on the ALL DEALERS KEEP THEM

k. a practice of staying out late, he gets proach of a recurring attack .

Into trouble with the head of his col Kummel a sweetened spirit imported excellent. '
they are ------ -- --- ---- -

I lege. from Russia and Germany derives its Sold by all Druggists. }

\ The various colleges have some title from the German name of the 25 Doses, 25 cents Kidney Cures ; A 50 YEARS

herb cumin, with which it is flavored
;4 ;' quaint customs peculiar to themselves. Dr. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, ; auc biadcsr right. EXPERIENCE
though seeds also
are used
I : For instance, at Magdalen a choir always caraway w :
for the same purpose.
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; chants a Latin hymn at dawn of

f May 1. This custom dates back oUO Tke Persian Crown. andOatsUegii

,1\\h years. At Merton college when dinner The royal crown of Persia, which TRYFEED I

i 'at over the senior fellow strikes the ta- : dates back to remote ages, is In the

Jlmrsday I h three times with a trencher. The form of a pot of flowers, surmounted only Sold in TRADE MARKS

'Mr. andiWiiid brings up the butler, 'who then by an uncut ruby the size of a Lta's DESIGNSCOPYRIGHTS
Sacks Ac.
Mr. Ednters. in a book what each man has re- egg. like this Ar Anyone sending a sketch and description may
4 quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an
1 nesday. l yed from the buttery. Then the invention IS probably pa.tentable. Communica

'c :k was eighdrace cup is handed round and, the : sent tions free.strictly Oldest! for Handbook securing oa patents.Patents
$ CASTOR IAFor Patents taken thronKh Mann & Ca lecelVe
Mr ,ojeneher being struck once more the The feed that .5 1i DONKEY AND CHECKERBOARD hard tpenal notice, without charge, in the

places P tBible clerk says grace. Infants and Children. ON AU SACKS Scientific( flttwican.

onMaytf, Queen's college, literal i'en. !rite of keeps Mules up
The Kind You Have Always ruha rkingt handsomely illustrated weekly Largest circulation
Mrs. England's: queen, eus- f \ ', r'a feed bills of any scientific journal Terms. $3 a
year t tour months IL SOht bgAtt
t for l t: T s that have been jWo. Changed the .,, pI her Mrs Wis Dewldea1en.
$ uBears
na ; r,1UNN & CO.361
few in a nj Qf 6:51i'
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I, (ENTERINGOUR( G ij R G GATES.s I( faces glance keenly hither.and thither Hortray English. <

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taking all in., Whoever this The of people in Norway . . c c. -
gets left In proportion ._
._ _ .. ___ _n ._, _ __ .. _ -v ;
new land, these will not.'Barrel shaped who speak English Is larger than' in
Where Immigrants. Are Debarked Upon_ little Italian any other country of the world.Sound .
women:wjth*ad resigned
.the New World. xwuaxtxx+xwnatumummrx'xMUtniwuxtxxxFwFFF.F
; faces .and-a crowd of children at theirakirtiFawait. *. ,
Special Correspondence of. The. Florida.Star Sleeper v Ji 1.-- .
the word: unarch trout A traveler In central. Africa r \ C
recent ft I /
Elite Island
New York Harbor
April their
husbands. .Many'of. the. .Immi gives several instances of the capacity
i ,29-Do you want to see the greatest grants. have bought* I in .Europe 'tickets for sleep developed by his Arab servants (

k 'show on earth? .Then when you come to the'farthest northwestern stales. He mentions one of these. men i,,,,,,,,,, ,,, For Infants and Children.(

!y;,. to New York get a permit and visit Eklls SUSAN PEPPER. as being undisturbed. by-the dischargeof '. .

11 Island where your country's government President RooieTtlt Aeeepti. head.firearms within *two ,feet of his I1IiTrI4! The Iind{ You Have

...debarks. a third of the Immigrants President Roosevelt has acceptedthe I ,
from other lands.' of I Sot a Cheap Perjurer.
gracious offer Alfred Austin
Lawyer-Is it Rastus, that
: Steerage Immigrants cannot; lan4"at poet 1 laureate, to dedicate.; to him the you would swear to what you know Is Always BoughtBears t

r the great steamers' docks In New York American edition of his new volume not true for ,fifty cents? d JteetablePreparatioaforAsimJlating > ?- .

like7 firsthand second call white folk, of verse. "A Tale! of True Love and Rastus No. sab; be gave me a da !ah, therood atdRegula-

t" but they must be shipped'first to Ellis Other Poems." which the Harpers published sah.-Pitts burg ChronicleTelegraph.Reveals ting ih?Stomachs andBowels f the
on April 18. The dedication
island, In the bay, where after Inspection .
reads as follows says Harper's Literary Yi. I
they are loaded upon the big old Gossip. "To one even more dis- a Great St t'ret.:

.. ferryboat Carlisle and brought to the tinguished for his personal qualitiesthan It is often asked how such startlingcures .._.. SignaturePromotes

Battery. What then? Well, there they for his political position lofty that puzzle the best physicians, are DigeslionCh erful-

J are met by hawk faced boarding house though it be. President Roosevelt I effected by Dr. King's New Discovery for ness and Rest.Contains neitherppium.Morptiiiie of

i.'l and railway agents and hustled Into Inscribe this volume with deep admiration consumption. Here's the secret: It cuts nor}1ineral.
out the phlegm and germ-infected mucus)
f. wagons-people, box and bedding-and and respect. The poems covera and lets the Iife gil lug/ oxygen enrich and NOT NAHC OTIC. e1it4a .

F rattled over the not tender bowlders of variety of subjects current and vitalize tile blood. It heals the inflamed, ..-

.. lower New York either to a railway classic. They are decidedly optimisticin cough-worn throat and lungs. Hard colds .
t" tone. The opening lines are addressed and stubborn coughs soon yield to Dr. oIOld SAMlJD.PJ1'CBE/l! .
; station or to one of the cheap and
to Robert Louis Stevenson. King's New Discovery,the most infallible Pumpkin SaJ
dingier tli i cheap houses where the remedy for all throat and lung diseases.: A/x..r:uKRo.le

new arrivals are temporarily put up. Meadow Saffron. Guaranteed bottles 50c. and $1.00. Trial AnittSttftftppermiat S.lte'-. I'nI ,

r" Sometimes many as G.(000( a day land The foliage: of meadow saffron (autumn bottles. free at J. B. Screven's." . a na4Jeda.. .

at Ellis island and are disposed of by crocus), when eaten, causes a IIr.rm.reul-
Sew Style In Niggh. (tanfifdApcrfect G 1
: burning thirst: dilated pupils irritation'of
the officials there. 7kmi1r
Judge Stevenson has a Leu that started U
the throat and se
: The new Immigration building on the vomiting. 1. I
in in January laying ergs of regulation
;" Island is the most perfectly appointed Voyage. shape Her I List effort surprised Sour Remedy StoiMch.DiarrhQea Constipation -,
:' of Its kind anywhere. It has iron her proprietor the Ueorgetown
'' Voyage was formerly any journey: says WonnsCon..utsionsfeverish-
: shower baths, so that every individual whether by sea or land. it did not mat (O.) News-Democrat It resembles a \ F or 0 V a U r'nessandLossorSLEEE

who comes to New York by way of the ter. kiduey bean, only it is much larger. ..

steerage must cleanse himself from the Matchless.She FacSimile Signature of '
------ --
microbes of the rotten old world and is a matchless beauty, 1I/ ; Years
have a wash all over at least once In AnJ that she can't forget 12Winnies Thirty
A match to make she's tried for )years NEW YORK.
his life. The chances are that if the Individual But a:1: in vain, so it appears
..a comes from Russia this is the That she is matchless yet. !

first bath he has ever had. If, bow'ever. Leslie's Weekly.A . .... ', gT :

they are the dirtiest the Russian immigrants Revelation.If //i I for 0'h 1

are among the most interesting you will make inquiry it will be a
revelation how succumb /J - &
of thosewho*, come. It is surprising to you many to '1/( }
kidney or bladder troubles in one form ,..
or '\ .
bow many of these are old and middle That is the average time THE CENTAWR COMPANY NEW YORK CITY.f "
f \ another. If the patient is not beyond . '
't -4I.: .
in city restau- 'T- !J'nptS; "' iJ
? spent a large :
aged men. The explanation is that medical aId, Foley's Kidney Cure will JJ'l rant three thousand
their sons migrated to the United cure. It never disappoints. Sold by Wilson TIV It takes three t

t' States four or five years ago prosperedand & Son. hours to digest a fresh egg

then sent for their parents. Paupers. soft boiled; three hours to digest a boiled '

t "Ilere, whiskers." says a clerk; "this England: spends !8.400.00 a year on apple dumpling; three hours to digest .1
fresh roast beef. In fact, three hours is The Air-Line Railway
t\ way. There's your son. I her paupers; Scotland !900,000; Ireland about the time required to digest the

Whiskers does not in the least under 1400.000; France spends less average twelve minute lunch. The object

stand but he follows the wave of the than 1.500.000.. of the hasty lunch is to let the busy CAPITAL CITY ROUTE. .
f man get back to his office work. But
Costly Silk. when the brain is active, the stomach is '
r blood. The The Shortest Route. The Best Line.
inactive for lack of
Until after the sixth century of our
is indigestion, and
era all silk imported from the east to natural consequence
Indigestion opens the door to many dis DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE
the west was valued at its weight in

I r gold. The silken goods were put into eases.Indigestion is cured by the use of Dr. Including Sundays.

one scale and enough gold to balance Pierce 5 Golden Medical Discovery, -TO-
them was placed in the other. which cures diseases of the stomach and
of and nutrition, Savannah Columbia Southern
1( l other organs digestion Pines .
A Lesson In Health. and enables the perfect digestion and

Healthy kidneys filter the inipuritu-: assimilation of fooa. Richmond, Washington, Baltimore,
from the blood and unless they do thi! i* "It is with heartfelt gratitude that: I send this
1 testimonial which I wish to publish with '
J you New York
v- good health: is impossible. Ftlle 8 Kid my name and address." writes Mr Willis Seaman Philadelphia,
Hey Cure makes sound kidney, and willposithely ofWa..hington..i11 Orange Co.. N. Y "I
i'T had stomach trouble from childhood and suffered
all forms of and
cure kidney I Through Pu111nan Tloeporsc
with it more or less as I grew up. At the age
bladder disease. It strengthens the whole 26 I was broken down with dyspepsia My suffering
system. Sold by Wilson &! Son. was terrible. Could not eat without distress Only Line Operating Through Pullman Car Service Jacksonvilleto
Could only eat a few certain things and New Orleans.For .
was not able to work half the time. Ever
Wire Fence 1 tried only gave me temporary relief. My wife further information, writeE.
1I Wire fences were in limited use hi I finally persuaded me to try Dr. Pierce's Golden L. BUNCH, Medical Discovery and Pleasant Pellets' I ..
Portsmouth Jacksonville, Fla
of Philadelphia afar <
the neighborhood Medical Discovery
took bottles of the Golden
six JA8. )[. BRR, Vice-I'reaident and General Manager, Portsmouth. Va.
back as 1810. The wire used wasmanufactured and two vials of Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pel-
lets.' I then felt so well that I stopped: taking
n sf ...
White & Hazel at t
by medicine. Several months have passed and I -- -- --- I -
their wireworks at the falls of Schuyl can do the hardest kind of work can eat anything -
that is set before me and enjoy it. I am
kill 7)years well"Free.old and this is the first time I have eveibeen IF YOU WANT 4MP4& 11

SI'kn..u. Dr. Pierce's Common Sense 4ll'
/1 j The average amount of sickness inhuman Medical Adviser in paper covers is sent. -. -, .- ',, uu'
life Is nine days out of the free on receipt of 21 one-cent stamps to ,
House Paint. that will i ,
pay expense of mailing only;or 31 stampsfor ,
Ll year. cloth-bouu'l volume. Address Dr. R. wear and look well, u ePitkin's : '
V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y. F
The Purest Chinese. I

The purest Chinese is spoken at Nan I for Gentlemen
kin and is called "the language of the Ii i who cherish
mandarins." Ready-Mixed Quo: !

hand and is clasped in a moment in the Stand Like a Stone Walt Guaranteed i
fellow clean and p tti JWOEA
arms of a young as
Between your children and the tortures
spruce as the next one. of itching and burning eczema, soaldhead Premium I
The did man is a Russian. lie has a or other skin diseases. How? \\'hhv,
Sold by F. I. U)>LK\, It. MOTUW\t .
long bristling beard like Abraham in using: Biu-klen's Arnica Salve, eaith'tirreateft Paint. I i Titus\llle, Florida.KIDNEY .
healer. Quickest cure for ulcer,
and he wears a long
the pictures
'fever sore, salt rheum, cuts, burns or I
tailed black coat, and heavens, how Ii bruises Infallible f.'r piles. :.jc. at .J. None better made; guaranteed -

shiny looking with grease it is and how B. Screven's tint \ ---- :
dingy and unclean the patriarch himself ..
I Like Dancing. i (
You would not like to touch IA -- -------- --- ----
is The Porto Rican native is very much really healthy woman has lit- the fatal of all
are most db'I
him even with an umbrella but the given to dancing. Both men and women jtle pain or di-comfort at the

spruce young man his made over have a natural love for the ball F menstrual period. No woman Barn Pain! eases. \,
I' is wild with joy as the room. t
American son
t! old man bugs him in his arms. -- [needs to have any. Wine ofj Fm ;VJfl KIDNEY CURE It i -j,

c,; Five years ago tto young man landt.J There is Speed some of doubt the to the flightof JCardui will quickly relieve those |. Is a standard coating fur hart ; o Guaranteed Remedy .f

.. at Ellis island as dirty, as green to the the eagle being as rapid as many smarting menstrual pains and *" and roof work: will outlast any :

new world ways as his father is, but, would make it, but it is yet known that the dragging head, back and other barn paint on the mar- I or money refunded. Contains

he had grit and deathless determination the swiftest hare has no chance with it }side aches cawed by falling of ket. Do not accept a !'ub ti- I i remedies recognized by emi !

F': to succeed. In regard to speed. [the womb and irregular menses. tute. A building of any kind. I nent physicians as the best for !

;; All the costumes. of the earth are Will Cure Consumption.A. will painted, will Ia4 two or Kidney and Bladder troubles. .1
V here except that of the tropical nativewho t
r When see A. Herren, Finch, Ark., writes, lifo EOfARDU) three times along a:; one left PRICE 50c. and $1.00.
: does not wear any.
: ley's Honey and Tar is the best pi enac .
of well built young men in i | has brought relief to to the mercy of the element-
; '. a company tion for coughs, colds and lung trouble. I permanent Ii A'r te )
E t
' long skirted coats and large, flat topped know that it has cured consumption in 1,000,000 woman who suffered 8 Atv i :
r.. know they are from Ger the first stages." Sold by Wilson & Son. COLOR CARDS ON APPLICATION. I the m.)a h a'jrag oai io in the world: \l
caps, you I every month. It makes the men- -- -. "

, .; many. Here a dark, classic Ilubbardsits featured Mule Growing a !few Hoof. strual organs strong and healthr., !
woman in a black silk Mother Geo. W@CNIOAOO Pin Co jae :
silent and motionless as 'if she were Some time ago a a stock mule dealer belonging of :Sullivan to I It is the provision 5 made by Nature PURINA .
John Thompson
of marble. She is an Arab. to give women relief from| at'ie8.
carved tore its left
Ind., accidentally
There stands a mother of seven, a Polish hind foot entirely off. The leg was the terrible aches and pains which and KANSAS CITY.AUMlMSTKATOli'S ; .

Jewess, with her head shaved and a placed in a sling and the mule is now I blight so many homes. -- -- -- Peed 4A DONKEY +'! \ .

wig upon it, after the fashion of her growing a new hoof, says the Indian GanEN'. -a, LA., Oct. U, l OO. :NOTICE. ON EVERY of 1

sect at home where a married woman: apolis News. It is about an inch long. I was have taken been with very a sick severe for pain some in time.I my. Notice is hereby given to all concerned SACK. w;R if 1

must have her head shaved and wear a side and could not get any relief UE'i that six aonths from date I will present niv ;
off for What Is Foley's Kidney Cure? I tried a bottle pf Wine "Cardui. Before final accounts and apply to the Hou. A.1). I l
wig so she cannot pass herself 1 I had taken all of it I was relieved. Penney, county judge of Brevard couuty. KEEPS W' V- *
Answer: It k made from prescription I feel it my duty to say that you have & Florida, for my discharge as ex-officio administrator MULES UP jj t J
of"a leading m> physician, and one wonderful medicine. of the estate of Joseph Peters, late 3,
Russian peasant women clump aboutin of themes -ifQin the country. The MBS. M.A.Tom.L ,1( .......1 of
long legged clumsy boots. They will ingredien ?fm purest that mover L For julrtce rd iiteratnie,addrat,gKInz lyrap- ale entire natuu J. P. BROWN, lad BILLS DOWN.Mly fr
Mari&v ntyfcnllv 'GkO.toselaai- En rom*."The Ladie*'Adrsgor/ turtinent,"Tne 'Crater of Estate of Joseph
Nobly hnvt cnjr :ns the I trees. 4
soon. ""
get over wearing them can Guarar' F ra C Ca,CS.utsaoogaTean.. ,. .. STA
qusf nold \pug- l\\v JVV 13/V[ 'fI
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Si; .< r"'' .COCOA BUSINESS" ,DIRECTORY, .- : : .. :" ; : ) .shU.-' " -2: IT TOOK. .25"YEARS TO'FDID OUT THAT ,

.DJD. S-O ftieea'bverThe 'IndiairEiverDrug

_t "i : Co'sstores,the leading Drug establish T
mpnt ptthe Indian"ivercountry. /-' : THE VISIBLE WRITING

W_ ff k 2*'.'- .SS WILLIAM_ HINDLE.J Undertaker and Embalmer The Finest Cake OLIV'ERTYPEWRITER.:
X -
,, ;c :Bicycles and Sewing Machine sop
,, plies;;Tinning and Pipe Fitting, Repairing V
=- k' -. of Every DescriptionAgent Beveridge.
"t Steam, ..Cooker/ ,

? FRANK LIPP-Practical: Shoemaker; Forty made with Royal Bak- Is built right side np where the work is in
yean'experience;, all kind of' repairing sight. It is a light compact, simply con-
: done; nice and cheap; also ladies and men's. structed durable machine-easily learned,operated -
i 1'' shoes made to order. and cleaned;aligns perfectly,and needs
4 r, Powder. '
Always light least repairs.
ing :
GO TO Jl M; SANDERS: The Old Reliable ,

C; ( .': Store.for good, fresh and reliable goods __ __
"' such as Dry Goods, Saddlery, Crockery : '
( 1 (
P trorlrIgk
,' HatsTrunksanda. full line of Groceries. sweet, pure & wholesome. '//ii.ii.f''jj l

t' r JABVIS HOUSE-Open alUhe year round. i Wrecked !
& Pleasant location facing the river on riverfront .
& r Rates$2.00 per day,special terms by 9Mrt Your home and property

:' ;t the week or month.MELBOURNE '- -- .-- should be protected by.... i I
; ,; BUSINESS. DIRECTORY little Nellie Cooper, who was so natural in has returned to her home at Janesville, Insurancefrom

BANK MELBOURNE, expression and action; and that of Miss Wis. Miss Ruth Hardee went with her
k' ' ': .FLA.-F. H. Fee, president; C. M. Horton, Elena Cook, "The Church Trial," told in sister to spend the summer in that flourishing FIRE. LIGHTNING

.,. cashier. 'Every courtesy extended consist natural tone of voice and excellent ex- city and to see something*of the and CYCLONES. The ex-
ent with conservative banking. pression. As both children are so young, northwest and its life. pense is small << c cx the risk of a catastrophy i
;. It ECZEMA REMEDY. and their recitations long, they certainly Mr. and Mrs. J. J. White, Mr. and like this. Write to or ask rSchuyler
deserve great credit for their efforts. "The Mrs. A. L. Hatch Mr. and Mrs. G. X. '
' 7th 1902.The &
Jan. Titusville
: BranniDg
: DAXVILLP, Mock Trial" ,
was a funny dialogue by
-' Hatch and family, Mr. and Mrs. R. F.
Hancock Liquid Sulphur Co., Baltimore boys of the high grade school. It brought Hatch and baby, :Mrs. Reynolds and her 3'rioe 597.BO. for reliable information, ''

'.' ,: Md.Gentlemen down the house, as well as the j judge and daughter, Miss Minnie, and Mr. Chas. W. S. BRANNING Agent for Sward Co rates, etc., .
':, :. : I have had aw jury. Altogether, Cocoa can be very
;'.'\:: of eczema for overtwentyfiveyears. proud of her school. Hatch made a merry party on a picnic Sold to icsponsilile parti; for $::!cash and R. L. MOTLOW
r '' My hands were unsightly a great part oft trip to Fairyland on Sunday, going in Mr. $10 monthly payments. Other make machines
iat long period. I have used seven fifty- Chas. Hatch's sailboat. taken in part payment.

' cent. bottles, and one jar of your Sulphur KOCKLEUGE. ALL UP-TO-DATE BUSINESS MEN .
;; The trees show the need of rain, I.a I.'k
Ointment,and now I feel as though I had Mr. A. Wheeler left Wednesday for orange SHOULD USE THE OLIVER. Ifll-11
has otherwise they are doing); very well considering fl' o
,: a brand new pair of hands. :My case New Haven, Conn. ---- ----- -
ig '' ' it has cured the insects that infest them, arid o cI t.
been such an aggravated one; f
; Mrs. H. P. Shares left EAST COAST MEAT MARKET
for her
-. me, and I am certain it will cure anyone Monday which 'make it necessary to spray them
? home in 1j
rA New Haven Conn.
' Liquid Sulphur according carefully.Mrs.
4 ' .5 '' if they persist using G. F. DUREN, Agent,
P. ; ;, to directions. BUTLER EDGAR.Paragraphs The infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Merwin and Mrs. Gillette,

'.. ------'---- John Coward is quite ill. .
and A. Merwin and wife, left Wednesday -

: tr :,' I IN m I N DIVER m rlf8. Mrs.Mrs.:Naylor J. E. Betler, of Bonaventure this week., is a guestof for Milford, Conn., for the summer. Florida

Briefs, Prof. W. bmith, of Cocoa, was callingon and
Personal and Newsy I .
;-' ,,: some of his pupils here on Tuesday. W. Metcalf, of West Palm Beach, WesterDJIeats ..
's, at Towns Along the Coast. was in town'Tiiesday. i
'G.,, Mr. and Mrs. 0. Currier expect to leave : (of' ... rII
r > ..0it" Mrs. Geo. Paddison and two little r .11
/ COCOA. for their home in Newark N. J. the I I
: ., on
} J daughters, of Eau Gallie, were in town .' '

t', Vacation, boys! Now cornea vacation! 7th of May. Tuesday. of allKinds t II U Ii' I' - : ', !, Ii

,:' Too early at this writing for a report of Mrs. M. C. Salmon expects to .leave Messrs.V.. B. Hainlin and John Nicholson '

I'" R', ". . May Day in Cocoa, but a big crowd is expected next week on a visit with relatives in are at Titusville this week, attend. k ,

v F:' .' and a fine old tim?. Georgia i and Louisiana.Mrs. ing court. FINE WHISKIES WINES, BRANDIES

Mr.: and Mrs. White, who have spent Smith, of North Cocoa, and Irs.Schoonmakrr :Messrs. W. II. II. Gleason and Ernest GINS BOTTLED BEERS.

' j i' the winter in Cocoa, living in the Travis of Cocoa, were shopping. Taylor, of Eau Gallie, were in :Melbournelast Titusville, Florida. I I TITUSVILLE and COCOA. ,-

' j < cottage, expect to leave for their home in Rockledge Monday.. i i I: Friday.

! in Long Island on the 7th of May. Mr. Noice Bristol and sisters, Miss A. : :Misslackworth: who has been a guestof .1

I :' Miss Ella Singleton closes her school at A. and Miss Flavia, will leave for their ;' Miss Lee, at Melbourne Beach, left for Jas. Pritchard & Son

1;: i Eau Gallie this week, and will soon be at home at Hillsdale, N. Y., next week. i I tle north on Tuesday.Mrs. ,

home with her parents, much to the sat A new boat house and wharf is being Sarah Brush, of Osage, Iowa, after Headquartersfor.

isfaction of her young friends here. built for the fine launch Rainbow, belonging I spending four months in Melbourne, left . . .
Monday for points north.
,f Dr. A. S. Kirkwood and his patient, to Mr. L. F. Pettee in front of his
Messrs. J. E. M. Hodgson and .1. A.
i Mr. Herrick, together with nurses, who property.
Gilbert, of Eau Gallie, were in Melbourne HARDWARE
have been occupying the Setz residenceon Miss N. P. Ellison, who is a regular I :Monday on their way south.

the hill, North Cocoa, left on Monday winter visitor at Rockledge; and has been i ,
Mrs. Eason, of New York, who has
for New York. for years, left on Friday for her home in .Tinware
been guest of Hotel Carleton for several .. Crockery, Stoves..,
I Cincinnati.Mr. .
i _, Why could not Cocoa secure a street mouths, left for the north Monday..

sprinkler like unto that belonging to the H. J. Rossiter left for a trip down Mesdames Palmer and Perry, who !have Boat Goods, Paints' Oils,

J' I road association at Rockledge? It would the coast as far Miami on Tuesday. He been the guests of Miss Eliza: Eaton the and t"VVOODENVV

1 do much to relieve the heat of the summer will return with many fine views for nextyear's past two weeks: left for the north Monday.Mr. ARE.

and lay the dust. business. ,
t: Mack and little daughter Edith arrive Wiite for prices.
: The public schools closed on Monday, Mrs. C. Reynolds and daughter, Miss next Tuesday, and will be the guests

much to the satisfaction of all concerned. Minnie, of Daytona, spent a few days I of her mother, Mrs. H. 0. Baedeker, for TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.Box .

The term has been unusually long, and with their friend, Mrs. 11. F. Hatch. I sonic time. 212.

the weather getting warmer and the distance They returned home Tuesday.Mr. Mrs. Mary K. Moses, of Philadelphia, - -- -
' ;' : somewhat great for many of the JAMES FRITCHARD. President. W. M. BROWN. Viee-President. C.8. SCHUYLEB. Cashier
; E. A. Hartwell and daughters left on Monday for home. She has beena
i '' : pupils, their interest began to wane. The of Hotel Carleton for several
Miss Florence and Miss guest
,Nt : I teachers have worked hard, aud close the their home in Chicago May Monday., returned The to mouths, and h'as a host of warm friends INDIAN RIVER STATEBANK.County .

t. ; school with the. satisfaction of having early fall will see them domiciled with in Melbourne,, who will be glad to see her .
: done the best they could. Perhaps: I
I very .
"t'; us again at their fine home here. return next season.A
I they might have received more encouragement I Depository.. _
I delightful launch party was given ---. .. .
the and have felt that Mrs. F. J. Taylor who has been the I Authorized "--
from ,
r :'/ patrons, this week to Rockledge in honor of Miss Capital,$100,000. ,, ; )
.. their efforts were better appreciated.There guest of her cousin, Mrs. C. W. Harrison '
,: Paid up Capital, $ 25,000.
: t l' Watkin, of Detroit, by Mr. John Nicholson S I t
has been much hard and dIscour- this past winter, left on Wednesday for
:, in the I>reamlr. The party consisted Average Deposits, $100,000.TRANSACTS i I
; aging work that patrons do not realize her home at Newark, N. J. We sincerely -
: of Mrs. Nicholson, :Mr. Brady, Mr. '
and if they would visit the schools oftener I trust another winter will see her back A !
1f{ and Mrs. T. C. Nicholson, the :Misses
1 they would understand to a greater degree again.A Allie Nicholson) :Moliie: Nichols n, Jessie General i Banking Business. j--- '
\ and we trust that next year parents
ti large amount of
; Rockledgeites attended Goode, Capt. S. A. :Martin.
' will visit the schools oftener-not only on .a!
: the entertainment I .
,' given by the lutl'l t and[ ( lt!E'St 'E '
,( some special occasion, but drop in on a >
I' school at Cocoa
on Monday night. They Crooni For Ke-election.
., Hank flip Hirer.
regular work-day session, and they would were proud of the little member from on

I, appreciate the labors of the teachers more Rockledge who acquited herself so nicely lIon. A. C. Croom, comptroller of the Exchange Bought and Sold on = - .q -' "
\ thoroughly. in her state of Florida, who is a candidate before
recitation Miss
r long Elma Cook, all Foreign Countries.
,it" '- The closing exercises of Cocoa schools, age eight years. the Democratic primary to be held onJuly.
I loth, 1902, for the nomination for Patronage appreciated. Prompt service.
at town hall, on Monday night was iu :Mrs. U. W. Skelley and daughter, who the office he now holds, is a native of polite! treatment and very favor consistent f

; every way a most decided success, and have been spending the winter here with Florida, and has resided for the last with consfivative l>ankiu<; granted.Seal q .t

1" .great credit is due the teachers in their her parents, :Mr. and :Mrs. G. S. Hardee, i in Hernando ('J)"lEsl'OX i'EXT :
painstaking efforts to bring out all that is iI I twenty years county. >oar l: best in their pupils. The hall was crowded i i, At the early age of sixteen years he enlisted National J..kollvill. t ESL!- ___?,_ !,
in the of the south first
army as a
t"., and much interest was manifested : member of the 1st Florida, and afterwardsas TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.
throughout the whole long programme. You Can
member of Scott's and
a cavalry, served -
When the curtain arose and the pupils
the whole of the I
through period war.
r i
were massed upon the stage, it was a I

.,i".;. > applause beautiful picture greeted iu them.itself,Their and a song round was oft Lead af/JOi'5 he Having now enjoys performed the distinction his duty as of a being soldier a, The Lamp of Steady HabitsThe

, ' member of that gallant band of veterans, lamp that doesn't flare up or smoke, or cause you
I very well rendered. Everything! was the to water but you can't I which, under the leadership of the chivalrous '! : to use bad language ; the lamp that looks good when
. .work. of the scholars. The instrumental I
make him drink. General John B. Gordon, is doing willJ ;
It, music rendered by Misses Lizzie Buah.r -
J Adrian I so much to keep the light of pure patriotism 7: nthe: Rochester f
1i New
r lett, Grace Hardee, Virginia Hatch, You can't make him eat ever shining before the rising gent- _
Porcher and Albert Booth was all well c._ t Other lamps be offered "_
! .> I ration. may you as just as good ---
I .. rendered and roundly applauded.:! The either. You can stuff food in- :!- they may be, in some resects, but for all around good
, ; The spirit that prompted him at suchan ness, there's only one. The Sew /foe/tester. To make -
';..-j:: song by Miss Carrie Taylor was most ad- to thin man's stomach out early age to enter the field of battle in sure the lamp offered you is genuine, look for the name
o : mirabJy! sung, keeping perfect time, while a k on it ; every lamp has it. (:j()() Varieties.) '
the defense of his country is still alive,
Mite by Clarence make him it. Old Lamps :Made IVew.
: ; the "Midship as suns: that doesn't use and with matured judgment and that
We fill
; can
every lamp want. Noniatter whether
I l Jones and Maysie Porcher, was a delight Scott's Emulsion make I wise discretion which i is taught; by wide i want a new lamp or stow an old one repaired or refinished you-
k' 1.- in itself, their young voices blending in can I f a vase mounted or other make of lamp transformed
experience it is fair to presume that he is into
perfect tone. We predict for both a future him use it. How ? By mak well qualified to continue to perform the I I send you a literature New Rochester.on the subject we can do it. Let us'j
i in vocal music, if care is given in We are SPECIALISTS in the treatment of diseases oil
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The drill of Miss Dodson's ing hungry, course. I IScott's t
: 'k: ;: training. flag office which he has filled so acceptablysince [\I "TW, THE ROCHESTER LAMP CO. 3S Park
& 33 Barclay st., sew
and showed York.
room was very pretty, care Emulsion makes a thin his appointment.
;:... and mntiring patience in the drill; andS 'I'
' (! credit to themselves body hungry all oyer. Thoughta I I _
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: the children great TAX DEED NOTICE. I
and' to their teacher. The thunders I'Paroid
thin was naturally hun- Roofing
\ body Notice is hereby given that Alex. Forester,
,' of applause which greeted "Ye Maids purchaser of tax certificate No. 133, dated the
1 If'raye and Gallants of Ye Olden Time," surely Dry didn't you ? Well it ism t. 6th day of May, 18S9, has filed said certificatein For

' 'l o\ must have told the little folks and their is my office, and has made application for tax Permanent Roof
.\ thin body asleep-not deed to issue in accordance with law. Said
i # t LI teacher, Miss Maude Hardee, of the appreciation -
i 5' certificate embraces the following described
n of the general public. Their, \"orking-gone on a strike. I property, situated in Brevard couuty, Florida, Neponset Roofing

ftj quaint costumes, with their garlands of it's food.Scott's to-wit: Lot 9, block 13, Titusville, section 3,
n !i"c 8handledsogracefuilvwasalovelyc It doesn't try to use I township 22, south of range 35 east; the said For
I w e laud being assessed at the date of the issuanceof Temporary Roof
scene. The tableaux were beautiful and Emulsion wakes itu1 I such certificate in the name of "unknown.1 Cheaper than Shingles, ,

t! artistically arranged, and the,color lights it to wprk again i j Unless said certificate shall be redeemed according I Better than Tin.......... I 1
enhanced their bea t' '1' the recita- )-puts to law, tax deed will issue thereon on
-Bi flesh That's the i ivay the 9th day of June, A. D. 1902. For Sale by u
\ tions which "' were ery making new ,
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