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 16, 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: VID00626
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 34175599
alephbibnum - 002071719
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Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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( 'r\: ..%0 6 .( I THE FLORIDA TAR : FRIDAY, MAY 16, 1902. '" 1
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I'" YllUFOf 'nGHA m. 'ij OCEAN f N CABLES DijijMfO' Empress Dowager. Talks English. rTHB EAST:'COAST OF FLORIDA i\f".Ji'iiaJ'\ !

I f- The.empress dowager has been' pickIng is PARADISE REGAINED."

up a few English phrases and tried I t

His Aerial Problem their effect on her guests at the recent : .
F. Believes
1 : Doctors Advise Cereal Diet to Kill Beef Fessenden
: ? l ladies' audience, says the North China
t
Solved.
: ..... _' Trust. Herald-"Hao tn yiu," "Ha- 'l nicvierh. FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY. .
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R I I F.- .y.:, That there'is a way to best the beef "Telegraphing through ', space by .!' ""Te-rin-ko t'L"Whooping

I-t r. trust and that the time is almost at means of etheric'waves now is BO longer and a I Cough. CARD No. 40. In Effect April 15 1902.

; : hand wen little or no meat will be theory; it is an actuality, LOCAL TIME ,
in the ultimate A woman.who has hadexperiencewitlj
hazard
i j ,; eaten by either rich Is the firm nothing predicting
or poor this disease, tel's how to prevent any SOUTHBOUND-READ DOWN. NORTHBOUND-READ UP. .
abandonment of the old transatlantic -
i belief of today dangerous from it. She : -
t many persons among consequences sap
'' them 'prominent physicians and men of cable." Our three children took whooping cough No. I iNo..35 MAIN LINE. I No.D 78 No.Dui 'II l I--

Professor Reginald A. Fessenden the last summer, our baby boy being onlj I Dally Daily Url
science, the New York
says Evening
three months old, and owing to our giving
\ Telegram. It has only needed the soar new wizard of the air In talking with them Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, 600 pl 0 40 /I. Lv....................Jacksonville....................Ar 100 p 85511. ;t
Lieutenants Hudgins and Beecher of 5c3 9 4S a Lv..................So. .................. 6 SS V 847a6151')65a.
ing of the prices of steaks and roasts they lost none of their plumpness! and p, St. Au/rUstine./ ..................... I b! 50 I' 7 45 aq 3
1 the naval equipment bureau and Superintendent came out in much better health than .. HasinRs........................ 51! p 710 a a
to dizzy heights to arouse thinking peal other children whse did nst-' 707 y'1142a.' .................... East: Palatk-: ...................... SGvp 655a yx '
I pIe to a realization that after all meat Tittman and Assistant parents not .4 O 13311,12131, ............!............. l.eoga .......................... .4.23p 612 aNt II_ Oj
l. .. Wainwright of the United States coast this remedy. Our oldest little girl would 7UI'1331p........................ Runtells......................... 1MI gOia62 .:
t ., is 'not essential to human existence, call lustily; for cough syrup betweenwhoops &:; '/ }I 13 37 P ........................ .iJtlpont.......................... 31Ja t" ":
; scientists and declare and and geodetic survey at his experiment Jessie Hall 8191'11 C5p .............. ..........Ormond......................... 392p 627a ct'&I!tio
.= physicians Pinkey Springyille, ..............3 3e
S 33 lIS ......... ............. DaytoD3. I' =< px .
to a belief that there Is 'just as much station on Wier's point. Roanoke is Ala. This remedy is for sale by Wilson F 83311 I' 126p.II ......................Port Oran e............ .......... 321p 518a
land, thus commented on his new wireless & Son. 9 CO 1 43P-.e.............. IewSmyrna .... .. .... ... ....... 3 03 I' 500 a :
i f nutriment and less digestive work in ......I'. 2"3 ..... ....Osk Hill......................... 2..311....... .:p n.;..' J:'
't invention says a Washington: dis C7.A.13'I' O R. I EL. i....... W ........ 2'7 .......... Titu'ille.. .......... ........... 2 C3 p ....... r '9
other forms of food, such as cereals. : .................. .....
: ....... 3 2' p.-. ...... ...... Cocoa. .. 125p. Yoa
, fruit, etc. patch to the New York Journal. Pro Bears the __/ The KM You Have Always! Bought c.. .....3 "s .......... Ro"klt>dre. ...................... 120.. :: ::

: .t r r 0 fessor Fessenden was referring to the Signature .-I...:. 0 ....... 3 57 P ......................Ea.l Gallic.........................12 43 I' ....... ..... r/
n ; All the properties contained In the I., >- ........ 05 P ........................Mt>lhourne........................ 1333.1156a.1 ....... n ._0
r flesh of beasts they maintain, can be fact that a message of 127 words from of , z 0 ....... 9 .s p ..................... .. bltisn........................ ....... ;:r-
r x: Z ....... .................. ... ..St Lucie. ... .................... 11 05 a....... ::s .
lI..t.. found in the vegetable world, and con Chief Moore of the weather bureau had ....... '53p.: .. ....................Fort Pierce........................ It 0a....
sequently we might just as well be veg- been received through space from Cape Trade In Rare Butterflies. E-4'? ....... Ii" 53 .................... White CUr...........,............ 10'5": ::
I' The trade ip rare butterflies is increasing Z ...... 6 c. .................... T.b l.ftls.......................... 103211. ....... -
Hatteras to Wier's point a distance of 0 ........ 609p ..................... .....Eden........................... 10 ".8 a ....... x'-"::s
! i in London and ingenious deception .... Clip .. .................. Jensan......................... 101a.. ...... t.. 0-
: fifty-three miles."I according to the Cleveland -...,. ....... 621p.. ......................... Stuart.......................... 1() l'a ........ ::s
don't mean" Professor Fessenden ....... 611'p: .....................Hope Sound...................... 9 4.tE4 \ :......
I'iain Dealer is practiced regarding ...... 707 p .......................West JupIter ...................... 9'l'). ....... Co ;. ,
continued, "to appear overentbusiastic them. Ordinarily butterflies are caught H 1-1 ..8.8a. '=.

but I know what can be done with my and killed. Then girls are employedto ......... 9 Ci p ..................... Ft Lauderdale ...................... T r5 a.......... d"0
invention, and the possibilities in store smear the gauzy wings; with thin ....... 9171' ........ .............. Lemon City ....................... 65a.......
; : and tine metallic ....... b..... ... ........... .......l\IiamJ. ... ........ .. ............ 6a_.......
are almost illimitable. In my experiment mucilage sprinkle -

. over fifty-three miles 1 used a powder various colors on the wings. BUFFET PARLOR CARS ON TRAIN 85 AND 78.

..... '! I, quarter inch spark. which was really In this way the collector can be supplied

fc.f -'" I ,1 . more than was required-a sixteenth with the most beautiful specimens BRANCH LINES SCHEDULES.

.,; inch flash would have done quite as; almost while he waits.

: well-and in order to communicate over PALATKA AND EAST PALATKA.
Try the new remedy for costiveness!" ,
4 greater distances it is only to
'f' + necessary Chad vrlain'sStoniachandLiverTablets. '
671No! 551No. 631No. 4S'No. 50'No. 541No.
No. 49 No. NO. 46 No. 68
t lengthen I the" spark and'supply additional Every box guaranteed. Price' 25; cents. Daily I Daily Dliily I Daily I 47/I SUTIOSS. Daily I Da.ilrDaily j I Daily I Daily
& Son.
energy. For sale bv Wilson -
135 6 i\O al Lt..Palatka..Ar 62i T 25 a 12 03 :5 2 3
I p11115 p
DR. CYRUS EDSOS. "Do you think it will ever be possibleto -nfpl-6-3'I II l 4 55 al 6 50 lI.iAr .. .East I'a.atka. . ..L6_ OS a 1 Ot aii_ 48 Pl5 C5 Pl7 C5 P
for communicat OASTOEt.I.A.1IBearl
utilize your system
;, etarians, especially when the trust The Kind You Have Always Bought
,, ing with points on both sides of the Atlantic the /) MAYPORT BRANCH.
boosts the of meat it can't
high
price
I sp ?" one of the visiting board ask Signature 111 ...,p. .
' be got anyhow. One of the most in No. 19 No. 17 No. 5 No. G No. IS'No. 20
cf 1 gTdfIGNS.I
ed. I I I
V teresting predictions yet made in consequence - - --- Daily_I Daily D..d.ly Daily DJ.ilyj Daily:

fr'l- of the beef trust is that uttered Not only possible but a practical A %o\el Automobile. 730 t 2 23p9 25a Lv. .................. \.llle ..... ............. 8 :::511.13! 25p 6 23j
certainty. Before the end of five years- 7 33p a 231,_ 913 aLv, .... ...........South Jacksonville..Lv: 8 17 s 1317 p 6 2. p
;; in an interview with a reporter by Dr. timwfoihalt The largest:; automobile in the worldis 8 lOp 3 C2 JII0: 5a Lv-.................. l'ibin BPSC'I ...................Lv '14511 n U a_ 613 p
t. Cyrus Edson who says that undoubt Indeed, In probably less being constructed for a Parisian doctor 8l5 P 3 03 p l0 iO n Lv... ... ...........AtIl\.ltic Bel1eh..................L.. 1 41)a 1140 a 543p ,
P be able to transmit messages across the E!p_3_ Oy 10 25 aAr I ......................Marport. ...... .... .. ........Lv '125 ah125, a 5 30 I! .
'1; wily it will not be long before the abate In it. accompanied by two medical
ocean with more rapidity and precision
'. ; toir will be replaced by manufactories students he intends to make a trip SAN MATEO BRANCH.
than It is be done by
now or ever can
a- < of food products. Dr. Edson was seen around the world. It will have two .

";; at his home in New York and asked it the old cable method. sleeping; apartments, a large work No. 57 No 45 I sT1TIO- I No. 46 I No. 68
s I" Putting the receiver to his ear Pro- Daily I Dally Dal.y Daily
i. he thought it possible for the human room and t'.nr big tanks for storing oil.

'. fessor Fessenden opened his key-an .755 p 515 ................ ........ ..East . ............................ 6 OO 8 47 p
.i! race to give up meat altogether and obtain ordinary Morse instrument-and answered Sciatic Rheumatism Cured After Fourteen S 15p 5SiaAr.: ..... ............ .. .......anlat{>o. .... ....... ...... .........Lv I IlOa S 20p
{! the same sustenance from other ,
i foods. a call. "I've got a message for Years of Suffering."I SANFORD BRANCH. I. ORANGE CITY BRANCH.

from Moore," said the operator at have been afflicted with sciatic rheu- ij
you
f; 1 "It can be done perfectly," he de Hatteras, and then calling Operator mat ism for fourteen Yf'arsa's" Josh No. 11)11) STATI05S. 1 No; 3 I No.: I / STA.TIOS'S I NO.2No.."
J cia red. "I think all scientists will Daily DIily Daily /
i I Dorman. Professor Fe8 el1llen. with the E
agree that some day we will all be be around, but constantly suffeie 1 f 0.) a Lv. ........Titunille.......... 123 II 3 OS p 10 ]0 a'Lv..N.; Sir}'rna.Ar 143 I' 5 bO I p
others of the stood beside the
party tried I 'I 18a Lv..Mints.......... 107 3 n 11 21 LY.Lake llalt'n.Lv 12
vegetarians. Instead of abattoirs we everything could hear of, and at P 1) ES p 4 93 P
operator while he copied a message. It 88311. Lv............OstePn..........f.La 1t ss h' 4 03 JIII1 aJ.v.Oranj-! City LVn is t:1
.1; shall have manufactories for food lit was told to Chamlifrlain's- ) lain 8 fi5 a Lv......... Enterprl e....,....I\ll I ..0 a., 4 C5 4a a'\r.Ong. City: i3 p 41511 p 1
-.j; products containing the proteids the came through faster than the ordinary Uaini, which 1 did and was immediately! 930a Ar..SlIl1rord.. .. ......Lvill OOa'I I, 1'111 I P :; -'

4 operator sends and much faster than relieved and in a short lime cured, clad: I :tj'
and fats in
the
carbohydrates sufficient t
the common run of commercial operators am happy' to say it has not since rt.turn These Time Tables show the times at which trains may be expected to arrive and de art
j proportions to support human from the several stations, but their arrival or departure at the times stated is not guaranteed
\ are able to receive. Part of the ed. Why not use this liniment and get nor does the Company hold itself responsible for any delay or any consequences arislnz
life. wt-li? It is for i W = therefrom.
c I message which was of a private character ale by 118tJl! & Sui.
"The sometimes called the ------
,; proteids r
altyumenoids, which we get In meat are was coded. Honeycomb.The Peninsular and Occidental Steamship Connections at Miama.
"How long before you will be able to bees were the first cancer, and
vw.t"J also contained In certain vegetables.
telegraph over greater distances?" was will for all time if
Take beans for instance, or even fish, their goods keep BETWEEN MIAMA, KEY WEST AND HAVANA.
asked the inventor. stored in the right kind of an apartment
and the same properties are found. SOUTHBOUND. r NORTHBOUND.
f "Just as soon as we can get our instruments free from frost and dampness
We find them also in the casein of .
__ _____ In shape" he'n renlied. -- ---- ------- --- --- ---- Lv. Miama: Mons. Weds ................11 Op Lv. Havana, Tues. Thurs .,. ............10 00 a
milk and cheese. Aside from milk the Ar. WestTues. Thurs.............. .
Key .12 30 pAr. Key West Tues Thur-j............ 6 33
"Distance .* not factor. It will be ? p
food containing the most albumenoid I a Lv Key 11'est.Tttes.Thurs.: ............... 733p Lv. Key Wes Tues :Thurs .......... ....7C3p
I quite as easy to talk'er a much greater Ar. Havana, Weds. Fris ......... ........ 500a Ar Miami \\eds. Frh .. .... .. .. ...... ... 6 ui)a
and proteid matter is the egg.
H space as it is to talk over the fifty- For copy of Local Time Card address any Apent. ;.
,
"The banana is a universal food and
r 1 three' miles between the Wier's point t A I J. D. RAHNER Asst. Gen. Pass.
1 contains all the elements in pretty Agent, ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. j
station and Cape Hatteras. All that I is
nearly the correct proportion necessary required is additional energy and rti'arged iII ; --- --- -- - -

to support life build up the body : '
wave sparks. I believe 1 have l lf ,; DR.MOFFETT'Ss& Cures Ctea-Infante, ,
and run the fires of life. ;
solved the problem of wireless commit .. yr \ Diarrhoea.Dysentery,and
t "The laboring man for instance t lI ti the Bowel Troubles of
nication, and It is certain that tub
needs at least 120 grams of proteid ; yl ChildrenofAnyAgepl6 .
has ) )
system been evolved from the complex -
.- matter 50 grams of fat and. 500 grams I .. l ppl' Aids Digestion, Regulattj
to the simple. TEETHING POWDERS)!
c. of carbohydrates that is, sugar, + i; the Bowels, Strengthens

", broad, etc.-a day. Of these things the "The coherer which other wre'es: : > = Costs Only 25 cents at Druggists the Child and Makes
inventors have regarded as essential ii: ..., TEETHING EASY.
t -'k proteid matter is absolutely essential. this work is not used by me; instead I Y ;t y j Or mill 25 cents to C. J. MOFFETT. M. D., ST. LOUIS MO.

r e The cheapest way of getting proteid is employ an invention: of th' ll 4ti I,; sill FLOUEHCE,'S.C.,NOT.26.1300.was first ailvised by oorfam.ly physician in Charleston to use TEETHINA
through skimmilk. It is estimated that my own. 4 II,1 With oar baby when he was bat a very young infant,as a preventive of co.ic and to warm and sweeten thi-stomach,
'wave detector,' which is more power P LJ.UT it was useful in t'Khinn troubles,and its effect has been found to be co very t.en.c.a1 f reu fro.-i danger*
skimmilk is about one-third the value fiat are consequent upon the use of drugs and soothing syrups that we have -"letjr* ;ard it. af.r use Fh Ihret
ful and can be worked with more accuracy children,as or.eof the necessities when there is new baby in the house anti ant tV-.hung trmoii s are over, and
; a of pure milk and that a given amount- and with less force and a-e take pleasure in recommending it to our friends instealof the bur- d sf.ll ,i'-n ma :v | ..| 'eu e to keep ti.eir
a gram-of proteid matter in the energy What this baby quiet. HAUTWELLtf. AYER,(31 onager Daily Times a..d W,ekiy't nesaes.eer.1.l
", i' say "
than is necessary in the coherer. Boy'sMother -t
4 form of such milk co ts one-fourth of
Within a short while. probably within
oj what it would in the form of beef- .- 1
'}, two months the weather bureau will
that is, one-fourth of what the price
erect wireless; stations along the mist! Sayshas
k of beef was before the recent raise in :
die and north Atlantic coast, where : ;
the market WNC1FWFfl!
they! will receive wireless moteorolog:

"These same properties that are heal messages from ships far out at sea. been said by the mothers of
1 found in meats are found then in other
boys and girls
The bureau plans to equip) certain \es many regarding FACTORY LOADED SHOTGUN SHELLS '
cheese skimmilk, beans and bananas
I' the wonderful curative !
sets with Fessenden; i instruments, and I "
., and make one just as strong and as when III'olwl'i.uttained they will !III' and strengthening qualities of "New Rival" 'leader" "Repeater"

t ..,, vigorous as though taken in the form able: to communicate with the shr: : "- .... .c. ..VtoY .. 1.. tt
; of of meat. Fish and oysters are very stations as wire.; .
quite as accurately by
l' rich in proteids and can be made to In this manner the weather bureau M?es' Nervine 1 you are looking for reliable shotgun ammunition -

i :F take the place of meat very satisfactorily hopes to be able to predict ocean storms : iU' r the kind that shoots where

especially when accompanied far in advance of their arrival. HASTINC, NEB. j you

., by a diet of cereals and fresh vegeta "Our little boy, Harry had spasms point buy Winchester Factory t
your gun
for 3 years and we feared the disease ,

bles. Latest In llamlshnkei. would affect his mind. Though we Loaded Shells "New Rival loaded with
Shotgun
.i:, "Then there are nuts. They are Eprnow and then extraordinary doctored continually h>?grew worse and t : ,
some
.:
: ., valuable as food and contain pro- had ten spasms in one week. Our attention Black "
; very "Leader" and
loaded
powder
".; teid matter as well as fats. It is simply fad turns up in society, becomesthe was directed to Dr. liles'N erv- 1 ; "Repeater,
rage; and then vanishes leaving behind ine and we be;;t-n its use. When he with Smokeless. Insist
of time and the time upon having Winchester
a question a sense of wonder that "one could had taken the fourth bottle the spasms "

t-' ." things may now will be take hastened the place when of meat all these and have been so silly." Do we not all remember disappeared for five years.and His he health has not now had is per-one -i! Factory Loaded Shells, and accept no others.

bow, a few years ago. people feet. MRS. B. M. TI Du.1
fulfill all requirements of the human ALL DEALERS KEEP THEMFoley
used to pull one another's hands down

body." from on high when shaking; hands :isif Dr. Miles' Remedies are sold _ .

: Dr. George F. Shrady said he considered pulling a LE'III'op(,? Lately there hnsnppe3l''tI by all druggists on guarantee to
ti to from am
it quite possibe go
I here and there a new thin:: benefit or refunded. '
:
I year's end to the other without eating money $ IZi'Mey Cure
in the way of shaking hands. Talus : : 50 YEARS'

.. Y: beef and be well and strong. Many, her your friend's hand with your fingers Dr. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind. makes kidneys and bladder right. i i EXPERIENCE

\ said! already did this and then
::4 and move it slowly to the left -
'. derive all the nourishmentone ,
\ - -
"One -- - -

'. \ needs can and wants" out of other animal to pushing the right a horizontal exactly as bolt.if The you effecton were Corn and Oats mgll!!i iCONKEY : 1

'C . food than beef. he said "and man the pushee, according to The Taller PURINA

if \ Jv ca.n readily live the year round with- is very funny at first. Is this to be the TRY :
"
they had\it. fad of the future? If so, it ought to be

: : 4'J' tlJuU'"F" have their lessor II. W. Wiley, chief chem- styled the "push bolt shake." is only Sold in PUAFEED TRADE DESIGNS MARKS

.1 <> department of agriculture at
f elves so tireo\i COPYRIGHTS Ac.
f It ton in a discussion the other Sacks like this Anyone sending a sketch and descrlpt\ln may
-'a eep up. I QuIckly usterUl.ln our opinion free
whether
M' j n in ed forth by the present prej n I I invention Is probably patentable. Communit AD
nagera IA tions stnctly
tl i fles\STQR for confidentiaL Handbook
been the tea i igh price of beef earnestly sent free. Oldest agency for sewnugpatenta onPatettts ,.

4rable the more general use of ceroA* \ w In ,1afants and C Hdren.nchblC The feed that # Piceps AND CHECKER nard rpeciaL Patents notice taken, without through charge loan. 111 the.t co. recehe

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tl ,t RHODfS' GIFT OPPOSED.J Tests For Automobiles.A No Lou of Time. -
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'">' 7- series of interesting tests In show. I have sold Chamberlain's Colic, Chol- ..(J_ ...- -. .__' .' _ __ '__' .0; :

-", ,Scholarship Scheme or South African CoW Ing the rapidity with which era and Diarrhoea remedy for years, and 3nnmututx"xftIIIHnxnmlulmflHh1I
an automobile would rather be out of coffee and

1 :;., logsas Analyied. could be stopped were given than it. I :sold five bottles of it yester-sugar mmmroxlmmun,,

> Cecil Rhodes in his last will and testament the other flay at Riverside drive and day to threshers that could go no farther,

bestows upon the One Hundred and Ninth street in New and they are at work again this morning.H. :. j, STOR4I
young men
.; : of America that which, to. York. The event was held under the R. Phelps, Plymouth, Oklahoma.As
a
: superficial auspices of the Automobile Club of will be seen by the above, the threshers -

. i.'c. reader. seems to be a most magnificent America and besides the automobiles were able to keep on with their work ( 'i {

gift says Evelyn Baker Dodd' in the tests of quick without losing a single day's time. You For Infants and Children.
stopping were made with """n nlll4' "n111"'III IIIIIINIIIhluphbtl""' Id Jd1111J '
Louisville Courier Journal. To each horse should keep a bottle of this remedy in 1 1,1'
drawn
' state and territory'in the United Stateshe vehicles says the New your home. For sale by Wilson & Son.

? gives two scholarships in Oxford latter York Times. Most prominent of the The Kind You Have
Han
was y Payne Whitney's four- _
# university, England, ; states the conditions in-hand 8lmon Skin Dnnta.
coach which driven
in at the The Eskimos of Alaska make
plainly estimated order places waterproof
rate of 16.3 miles ,
M
an hour
gyp: third in order, below the was stoppedin boots and shirts of the skin of ., , Always Bought
accomplishments I' ''' i I".III IIIII' i I III' '" I'I" I' 'il' I I"'"' "I'f I
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feet G inches. A victoria going at,
' of "cricket football and the the salmon. egelablePrepaiutionfor( 1
13.8 miles an hour w "stopped in Cl
like. the qualities of manhood, truth, feet. Hari and Dumbs. similating theTood andReguta- ), .

courage, demotion to duty, protectionof One of the best stops of automobileswas The plan of destroying hall clouds by ting the Stomachs andBowels of : Bears theSignature
the weak et, made by Wallace Owen's gasoline exploding bombs among them was
rble of meeting the conditions named suggested ,
in the will. carriage, which, in the twenty mile test. nearly 100 years ago by Professor I /Xj '
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stopped in half an inch under 35 feet. Parrot of Riga. I
The gift means simply this: Foreign
turning completely around as It did so. Promotes t;
education fcr the flower of American Reveals a Great Secret. DigestionCheeifiil-
A French gasoline vehicle, going at 18.9 '
I' youth, an Imbibing of alien ideas customs miles, was stopped in 34 feet G Inches. 'lt is often asked how such startlingcures ness andRest.Contains neither ? of
and rules for living being saturated that the best Opium.Morpuine nor Mineral. 6
4 and another gasoline vehicle came to a puzzle physicians, are : 1
with all foreign prejudices thusto full stop in 29 feet and 2 inches, goingat effected by Dr. King's New Discovery for NOT NARCOTIC. 1

return home to disseminate and put consumption. Here's the secret: It cuts -.
the same speed as the French car 11
in practice those monstrous old world out the phlegm and gerin-infected mucus, '1
{ riage. A steam carriage going at seen
traditions it has cost this country so and lets the life-:! \ing oxygen enrich and Rcape afOldDrSAMUELPmXEItHunJan
miles an hour was stopped in 5 feet ft I vitalize the blood. It heals the inflamed
much SaJ-
many years, so bloodshed and
inches.A > cough-worn throat nntllungs. Hard colds
Alx.SUJIIQBJu4
F 'tooney .to overthrow,
casting America
\large crowd watched the interesting and stubborn coughs; soon yield to Dr.King's SJJt-
backward into the yoke of four centuries Anitt Seal In
New the infallible
tests. dumber of officers from Discovery, most Jtppermiat f

ago. the Automobile club were present. remedy for all throat and lung diseases. JfI fart.-Jadm.
Cecil Rhodes aimed at the very heart Guaranteed bottles :;Oe. and $1.00. Trial ftarmSeeJ-

of things in this cunning and dangerous bottles free at J. B. !Screven's. ClanludJuaarHmtoyrftrtn
A Revelation.If use1L
gift. Such deep and profound sub- -.
you will make inquiry it will be a Sew Style In Eggs.
; tility is seldom known. Such bold temerity A perfect Remedy for Constipation -
revelation to you how succumb to Stpv has Lea that .
in many Judge ns>on a started Sour Stomach.Diarrhoea,
extending and
so unique enticing ,
kidney or bladder troubles in one form or in in January laying ergs of I'(': U
an offer as that contained in the"document" another. If the is Worms.Convulsions.feverish-
patient not beyond For Over
lation shape I Her last effort surprisedher
is without a precedent.It medical aid, Foley's Kidney Cure will ness and Loss OF SLEEP. .

is safe to *Say he would not have cure. It never disappoints. Sold by Wilson proprietor says the Georgetown ..

made such a preposterous propositionto & Son.Lipton's. (O.i News. Democrat It resembles! a facsimile Signature of

take effect his kidney bean, only it is much larger.
during own lifetime Udiv.NE'V' Thirty i YearsCASTOA

and every right thinking and feeling Green Sails.It YOu R.t ; ,

American should at denounce atlllrej'et J
once has leak >d out! that Sr: Thomas ?. IT ,
the gift bold and unheardof tIXACTCOPYOF
J as a
Lipton came to America last fall prepared SCARES.
affront to our immortal Washington
to spring a huge joke on the
s whose will is therein assailed and in- PEOPLE
Americans if hp won the America'scup.
sulted.
Saysthe May Woman's Home Who come of a
The great president, who loved his
Jlil rt Companion. The other day a fire occurred I '' consumptive family WRAPPEB.Seaboard. S
country better than life itself, thus J I . when be .., ... ,
in the loft of the carpenter shop they \ _--, /Ii .
speaks on the present: subject which where soire of the rigging of the gin to cough and =.- T <- n..n'A.vrAn.....- '...A.. ,-.... n.W .V"K "'ITY._ :'
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was of colossal importance to his mind. the
lungs are
Shamrock II. had been stored. In the pain
' :: Extract from will: ful. But it is a I
rigs of partly burned sails were someJlit'c
of God. Amen! I, fact beyond disproof -
In the name George of vividI'.en.. When
( opened
/ up. that ---- -- -
Washington of Mount Vernon a citizenof consumption
the United States and lately presidentof several sails were hauled! out from the i is not s

the same do make my last will wreckage; ell of emoruld green. l,, i and cannot be inherited. The Air-Line /

; and testament It has always been a Later it became known that in tllC'en.t s: The microbe Railway
N source of serious regret with me to seethe which breeds
of Shamrock II. winning two of.
youth of these United States sent to disease absolutely
foreign countries for the purpose of education I the races this green suit was to have be must received- CAPITAL CITY ROUTE.The .

: often before their minds were been worn in the third and decidingrace. tI
I: the individual
by
.t5 formed or they had imbibed any adequate
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It is also said that: this green
ideas of the happiness of their own. con- *4 =--. before consumption Shortest Route. The Best Line.
: : tracting too frequently not only habits of suit of sails never saw the light of day can be devel

dissipation and extravagance but principles but was bent and stretched at night pi"oped.
DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE
unfriendly to republican government while the boat lay in the Horseshoe at } Men and women
and to the true and genuine liberties of who have been afflicted
Sandy ITook. The discovery of the
c' Including .
mankind, whIch thereafter are rarely Sundays.TO !
i overcome, etc. green sails was the cause of much i'iHSt with obsti-
rate bronchitis -
coughs
Under these impressions so fully dilated mirth.

-t I give and bequeath in perpetuity the fifty bleeding of Savannah Columbia Southern Pines
shares whjch I hold in the Potomac coma A Lesion In Health. the lungs, emaciation and weakness, have ,
pany toward the endowment of a university been perfectly and permanently cured
to be established within the limits of Healthy kidneys filter the impurui.*. by the use of Dr. Pierce's Golden Med Richmond, Washington, Baltimore,

the District of Columbia etc. The hun- from the blood and unless they do this ical Discovery. It cures the cough,

dred shares which 1 hold in the James good health is impossible.' Fol y's Kid heals the lungs, and builds up the body Philadelphia, New York,
S River company I have given and now confirm ney Cur makes sound kidneys, and will with solid flesh
yJ 1 1ij In perpetuity to and for the use of positively all forms of and
Liberty hall academy. Virginia, to which care kidney "When I commenced taking your medicines, Through Pullman Tloopors.: :
from all be bladder disease. It strengthens the whole eighteen months ago my health was completely
of talent parts may
: sent the youth for the completion of their educationin i !system. Sold by Wilson: it Son. broken down:' writes Mrs Cora L, Sunderland Only Line Operating Through Pullman Car Service Jacksonvilleto .
of Chanejville Cahert Co, Md "At times I
acquiring knowledge in the principies I could not even walk across the room without New Orleans. '
r of politics and good government and as a A ,Remembrance. pains in my chest The doctor who attended me For further information, writeE.

'.' matter of infinite importance in my judgment "At least," said the proud trotter, said I had lung trouble. and tkat I uould never be 1., IJrxni. Gen. Pa-*. Agent. A. O. Mu-DOXELL.,, O;t'U. Pass Agent,
i l in associating with each other and uttt again At last I concluded to try Iitor.
"we will be remembered by the proverb Pierce medictnts I bought a bottle of Gold Portsmouth.. .Tat'k Sill 1\'ill I', Fla"
joining friendships in juvenile years etc. 'horse sense,' No one ever heardof enMedical! Discovery' took, it, and soon com JAS. )[. B\RR Vice-President antI General Manager. Port! Mr. Washington; is dead and cannot menced to feel a little better then von directed
automobile sense.-Chicago News. take both the Golden: Medical Uiscoverv'
me to .: .
confront so menacing; a calamity as the ana the 'Favorite prescription' which 1: I ___

gift of the late Cecil Rhodes, !but there Without ne 'r. did. Altogether I have taken eighteen bottlesof

should !be some in his stead who could "Truthfully speaking, sir" began Favorite Golden Prescription Medical Discoven.' and five: twelve\ials of of' Pel-the IF YOU WANT I i taMpii

reject it for the future well being; of the poor young man, "1 think your lets' I am now alraot eiitir-ij well and do all .1

education! and perpetuityof my work without any pain whatever, and cau . . !
ourmui:1n daughter is without a peer. run with more ease than I could fornurlj ualk" ---------- - -- KENTUCKY


our present government.rimtuntioii "So do I!" snapped the multimillionaire. Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical

"And I shall find fcr her at A House Paint, that will
; Coaches. one Adviser, in paper covers, is sent free on
once. You may go sir.PhiladelphiaRecord. receipt of 21 one-cent stamps to cover wear and look well, ue }

One of the grandest of the state expense of mailing only. Address Dr. i ,

.,' coaclus: that will attend the coronation --,------- R. V. Tierce, Buffalo, :\. Y. ., Pitkin's
that which Stand Like a Stone Wall For Gentlemen
.tot King; Edward will be who cherish

'{ bears the head of the great house ofCaven.lish. Between your children and the tortures: Ready-Mixed vua Quality.F.

the Duke of Devonshire antI of itching and burning eczema, scaMhead! i .
"-- '' Dis or other kin diseases. plowVI.v, bv ey/ ffi'r rr I!
: his duchess, says the Pittfcburg; ear'th'sgreatet Guaranteed
". using! Bl1I'klen'srnica Salve, I
of .
decorated in the colors
Its :
patch. : healer. Quickest cure for ulcer,
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the Cavendishes and is much adoruec fever sores, salt rheum, cut, burn or Premium I II I

with silver badges The arms of tlu irises. Infallible for piles L'oc.) at J,

house are emblazoned in large on the B. Screven's drug store. I' !Sold by .\. LOLKY, P. L. )IOTLOW.Titilxtine .

panels of the dpors and in small at the Paint. Florida

sides. It is comfortable in spite of its I
UU6t' (r't\\tllJ. a few Hoof.lime .
heavy appealance.The None better made: guaranteed : .
Bona' uiro a mule belonging to
KIDNEY DISEASES
Duke of Marlborousjlfs coach is .o.u rLunipsuii.:; stock dealer of Sul- for fire vear*. :
and it ought; to \
also a magnificent one. li\iu. I lilt.. accidentally tore its left _. J
The is thedeepest -- --- --, ---, --
body
1.000.( in
! it cost
for
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be. mud foot entirely off. The leg wasplatt',1 A really healthy woman has lit- '
red and the decorations are are the most fatal of all dis-
in a sling and the mule is now tle
to those of the other pain or discomfort at the pttijnz'
similar in style
glowing a new !hoof, says the Indian- Barn PaintIs eases.
coach The silver badges are very m.issie. apolis News. It is about an inch long. menstrual period. Jui woman .

and the haumierclotli is curiously\ -, needs to have anr. Wine of mi !V'O KIDNEY CURE Is a

adorned Will Cure Con-uinption. Cardui will quickly relieve those a standard 1 coating for ,u 'nand l 0 Guaranteed Remedy .
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A. A. Herren, Finch, Ark., writes, "Fo- **
Cedar Shavings For'MothN. smarting menstrual awl. roof work: will outlast any I '
t ley's Honey: and Tar is the best preparation pains

Cedar shavings put up in compressed for coughs, colds and lung trouble. I the dragging head, back and! other barn paint on the mar- : or money refunded. Contains

bricks the size of a half loaf of bread know that it has cured consumption in
ket. Do not -ubsti- remedies recognized by emi.
side aches accept a :
are the latest thing on the market in the first stages.'' Sold by Wilson & Son. caused by falling of

the way of moth exterminators. These the womb and irregular menses. tute. .\ building of any kind nent physicians as the best for i

bricks of cedar shavings, according Appearances. well painted, will last two or I Kidney and Bladder troubles l

Washington Post, are put up at certain "Clothes cannot make the man" we see 1il OF CARDU J' I j I
peucil slat factories in the south.tbl' It stated oft at every turn three times us long a=, one left I PRICE 50c. and $1.00.

But they make what others think he u, the of the elements : .
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of which have Ions; has brought relief mercy i "
proprietors A point of vastly more concern. permanent to I m
Ii \ i J i1 f a.
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and i Yr..x.thtsrrlus'crtauanGsalvoiltthcnarld.
of utilizing S
sought some means Washington Star. .. .l.
1,000,000 women who suffered oa. - .( (
COLOR CARDS ON APPLICATION. i iCeo.
of their mills -- iI :
selling the waste product
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in the shape of sha'ings.ext to a cedar A. D. :0011. month. It makes the men- I'I'e"ery -

chest these cedar shavings are "Who's that seedy chap who spoketo strual organs !strong and healthy.It .
Pitkin :
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quite the most effective moth preventive your is the provision made by Nature -; PURIN' C' '
on the market. "Me publisher."-New York Journal. /
to give women relief from ;: ; \

Greatest Farmer In the World. Chinese.The the terrible aches and pains which CUIC1GO and KANSAS CITY I -. A Jrock'fv'' y
The Purest I .,
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David Rankin of Tarkio. near St. purest Chinese is spoken at Nan flight so many homes. ___ TKATOU'f...'<< ni t beed, D- U' !I:'e r
the distinction !.1d O i tfOlhNotice ,
Mo., enjoys --
Joseph. kin and is called "the language of the GREENWOOD,LA.,Oct. U, 1900. ADMINI** : 'r.... \
of being the greatest farmer In the I have been very sick for some time. ( alt f,h ge 39 E\y 1 \8 Engil -

world, says the St. Louis GlobeDemocrat mandarins._ ___ A >I I side was and taken could with not a severe arv pain relief in iry that six ir.ontl is h's.prom>y given date to I wi r.,v u ,c nelY 10 . SAV!C ti Flori "it
get
t.t:u
and feeds more cattle than any WhlWve' 1ey'a Kidney Cure? / I tr td.1.nttle Of 7.y""lJ 4.... 'i. Be- final accounts Oad apply to t\ ., ln8rress ,t ,1,

other person east or west. Answe r lade from prescript + fOl UT 1 h "take.."l"'cJ.lame and .hattieved:' Penney, county judge of Brf p ;ro\\.. ,1,..of...... KEEP (._ ,
iS de 1.i. Florida for my discharge as
t of lead physician, andcountry. < MULES UPi
a ago '.... .... <\) istrator of the state of Josept ....s, lak i t> /
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Improving India** Capital. of the ra nt in the . ... me., . .. J" eC'i"t- a .... -.;. AND FEED

Qalcutta Istp be Iii| oved by driving :ingredie purest the' ; '." ;X- ," '- .. { J. P. BRO' -t<, DILLS DOW' "' S

h rivet ope rough. res through the I V A M' t .', '" I '-

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'" '., COCOA BUSINESS. DIRECTORY. IT TOOK 25 YEARS TO FIND OUTJTHAT

.:f:'.... W.L.HUGHLETT, M. D., L.T. DANIEL, I I TYPEWRITERSWERE l- 1
} ::i. D. D. S.-Offices over The Indian River BUILT UPSIDE DOWN.
\o' .:.<', Drag Go's stores,the leading Drug establishment J -
= /; 0 of the Indian river country. J THE VISIBLE WRITINGTYPEWRITER. r 4

: ;0},;:.,. ..WILLIAM HINDLE.-Undertaker and Em- Light BiScuit OLIVER ,<7 .
' :.> -' lalmer> Bicycles and Sewing Machine supplies S
I's /'I '.':: I ,Tinning and Pipe Fitting, Repairing .
: .fj: of Every Description.. Agent for Beveridge I

..f, i-:1'k: .,. :;u->... Steam Cooker. .' Delicious Cake I
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..$ .,!f .r FRANK LlPP Practical Shoemaker. Forty Is built right We up where: the work is in
:i, f:,-': r: years experience; all kind of repairing 1,;..+ sight. It is a light, compact simply con-
t-ii,':: '8 done, nice and cheap; also ladies'and men's ui I SS structed. durable machine easily learned op- "..
,':" ,:,...:," shoes made to order.. erated and cleaned;aligns perfectly,and needs
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t ... least repairs. 1Jas.
;=f'-. ': : TOJ. M. SANDERS, The Old Reliable tI Dainty Pastries
i ; .;: : Store, for good, fresh and reliable goods :
k : .:..t: '_. sach as Dry Goods, Saddlery, Crockery,
S : ,.;' ... I Hats,, Trunks and a full line of Groceries. 6 1 ; l'artri&+t'T
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L -- .JARVIS HOUSE-open all the year round. Fine .... ,,:+lidR ;/)J Wrecked 1
F t, f. ,-., .." ,,o Pleasant ration facing the river on river Puddings J
<\.. .. I.' front. Rates$2.00 per day,special terms by Your home and property 1.
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v !e"'" the'week or month. t II q S -'iS { should be protected by.... ,

,f !,':__ :. \. MELBOURNEnusixES8DlltECTORY. '( : i lij iuuuii7 ',
Crustsbusiness Insurance :
Flaky 0.L
Il !'._.::'.c' 0 MELBOURNE STATE BANK,MELBOURNE, \ rl'4i
t. 'FLA.-F. H. Fee, president; C. Horton, from FIRE. LIGHTNINGand
'' I:: cashier. Every courtesy extended consistent d CYCLONES. The expense -
' ; with conservative banking. is small Compared to ...
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a
; .', ECZEMA REMEDY.L1 ii iiII/ t-'; like this. Write to or ask

DANVILLE, PA., Jan. 7th, 1002. _____ ___ 0 ____ ___ _____ Schuyler '& BrannIng, Titusville, fL
\ Hancock Sulphur Co., Baltimore I Price S97.SO. ,.
'The Liqnid
for reliable information,
: 55 college. John believes in pro- school expecting both discipline and efficient -
: Md.Gentlemen .
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rates, etc.,
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'i \ . I have had an aggravated gression. He is the grandson 'of Mrs teaching have not been disappointed W S. BRIMIKG. Agent for Brevard Co ----
, : : Mary E. Bryan, the writer. and this lady leaves us for her northern -
titY"i' l[ e case of E'czemaforon'rtwenty.fivCYE'ars. the Sold to responsible parties for $25 cash and R. L. MOTLOW ;
,, :' :My hands were unsightly a great part of Mr. and Mrs J. J. White have gone fora home with many regrets on part $10 monthly payments. Other make. machines '

kt; I i t that long period. I have used seven fifty- few days' visit to Palm Beach. They of all who have appreciated... her servicesas taken in part payment. .
\. J cent. bottles, and one jar of your Sulphur will bring Mrs. White's mother, Mrs. teacher ALL UP-TO DATE BUSINESS MEN coo. oeaeeo 0 ooa o
.. .. and now I feel as though I had SHOULD USE THE'OLI VEIL 'ii
: ffi.; :1 ., 'Ointment,
0 has Bellows, back with them. Mrs. Bellows Dr. Fredericks, of the firm of ProvostR : I
brand pair of hands. My case
G .a new
has spent the winter there with her Fredericks whose wife left Chicagolate
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I.l. it has cured
! one
: -been sucH an aggravated ;
> '1 'me, and I am certain it will cure anyone daughter, Mrs. Spencer.Mrs. last week, was to be in' Jacksonville EAST COAST MEAT MARKET. .

:'.. / if they persist musing Liquid Sulphur according M. C. Salmon left on Friday, last :Monday of the present week, left :Mondayto I
o I to directions. BUTLER EDGAR. meet her that date.MELBOURNE.. G. F. DUREN, Agent,
on
;' ,. week, for a few days' visit with the family .
of her niece L.
Mrs. E. Magruder,

N RIVER RlPPUS."t who recently! died, at Columbus, (Ja. .
r" INDIBN From there she will go for a visit with Rev. Elrod and Kev. Warner are here .Florida I

: another niece, Mrs. B. M. Bruce, in Lou- this week assisting Kev. Templeton in his and I

f Paragraphs Personal and Newsy Briefs isiana. religious services.Mr. I

.j, L at Towns Along the Coast. The tourists have certairjy missed the C. T. :McBride has fenced in his \\\estere\ I

: best part of the Florida climate. The town lot and had it cleared of all weeds. i f Car rvrlu
Heats
t \i. : COCOA. weather is simply perfect. Not a mosquito Mr. :\h n. knows how to keep his place I

'1 ; Mi. G. B. Hall was circulating among to disturb the comfort, the air delight- of all.Kinds fI

tr _.j i I ftilends here on Wednesday. fully cool and invigorating, the oleander neat.Mr.. Claude Gillis and daughter, Miss I

j,'. Mr. J. M. Panders was in Titnsville this trees laden with pink and white blossoms Anna Gillis, left on Monday for St. Augustine ,

} t "Week attending county court.- and every tree and shrub showing thence on to their home in I II FINE WHISKIES WINES BRANDIES

i .4 vigorous growth. Even the resident I Kane, Penn.Admiral GINS BOTTLED BEERS.
E' Capt. and Mrs. W. II. Sharpe .were I
people have all gone to face the bleak' Gillis and :Mr. Ralph Wallace
in Cocoa on Wednesday. i Florida.
:Chopping Titusyille, I TITUSVILLE and COCOA.
winds of the north. When will they left last Friday fof the north, with the
,, J The new shell which has been placed learn to remain until the 1st of June, at best wishes of Melbourne friends for a safe - - -

-on our streets is packing nicely, and will least? Then the change of climate will return next fall.
", -soon be smooth and the roads greatly im- not be so severe. I Pritchard & Son
J; Dr. Summers, wife and little son, Sherman .
t !proved. ,
1 and Miss Cook left on :Monday after
Mrs. E. P. Porcher and daughters spent GEOKGIANA. I Headquarters
several months' in Melbourne for
stay ,
< 1 with her brother's for . . .
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'Tuesday at Rockledge
-r1 Mr. Provost is convalescing, but is not their Indiana homes.
'j wife and mother, l\ rs. S. H. I'eckand, yet over his serious attack of measles.
,Mrs. F. F. Taylor. I Mr. Sam Martin left on Wednesday in
t ; :Mrs. Bruner, son and daughter, it is I his launch Dreamer for Sebastian, where HARDWARE

i2. ;;: Major E. W. Peabody, representative said, leave Georgiana for elsewhere this i he will assist in building a tine boat for
T. U. & C. in the village on I ,
of the was I week. Capt. Robert Hardee, Jr.
: Wednesday and Thursday, looking after i I .Tinware Stoves.
-o tihe interests of his paper. Mr. Baggett's friends and relatives from Miss Crissie Froeiich, the pretty niece .. Crockery, ..

''' Sea Breeze, are now here on.a short visit of Mayor West, has left for her northern Boat Goods Paints Oils f
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J' Rev. A. M. Daiger filled his appoint- from that place. home, at Hunker Hill, Illinois, after a and
'ments at the M. E. church on last Sunday visit her uncle in Melbourne.Mr. .
;. S Mr. Lee, of Kenosha, Wig., who has long with -
.v { preaching both morning and even- been on the sick list, is much improvedand John Powell, wife and two charming r0Q13 El'-J''VV AR..E.

e t ing, giving the people two excellent ser it is hoped will soon be up again. daughters left lat:: week for their 1VIite for prices.'

mons. The daughter of F. W. :Munson is now home in Waukegan, Illinois.: They han TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.Box .
?, ) Mrs. J. W. Packard has returned to her sick with measles. Guy Munson, her spent several months in their delightful 212.

'; home in North Cocoa from East PaIr Melbourne winter home, on the blutf.
brother, was badly stung by a sting ray -- -- - -- -- -
: latka, where she has been staying w ith while in JAMES PRITCHARD. President. W. M BROWN, Vice-President. C. S. SCHUYLEB Cashier
of last
bathing on Friday week. Miss Mildred Hicks and Miss Edith
'
: Tier son Roy. He has been transferred as
. I operator and agent of the F.'E. C. railway Capt. T. G. Carter and his daughter, I Dimond left on :Monday for their homesin

., ".... I from East Palatka Atlantic. Beach. from the distant: west, are visiting! the Illinois. These bright young ladies INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK.County
i' captain's' son, Mr. A. B. Carter, and will be sadly missed by their Melbourne

J 9 : Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Faber have moved daughter, Mrs.\ F. W. Munson. The cap-' friends, but we look forward to their re

{: .' ; into the Bishop house, on Palmetto aver tain reached here Friday evening, the Depository.

r -V .; nue. Mr. Faber has recently purchased 9th inst. turn.Edito: E. D. Oslin, wife and daughter, Authorized Cap ital,$100,000.

'-*. the property which has been occupied by Our public school closed Friday the of Southern Pines, N. C., are visiting Paid up Capital, $ 25,000.

.', i 1 Miss Bean. It is a fine location, on the 9th inst., with a verypleasant!social ,gathering Grandma lin and Editor Charlie Odin Average Deposits, $100,000.TR.ANSACTS .
nver front, but the'house is in great need of both scholars and and wife, Melbourne.: Little :Miss Lila
of the A
patrons
j of repairs. Mr. Faber will rebuild the school. Amusements of seems delighted to be here with her dear
kind
:
house, and will make an ideal home out one or an- I little friends again.Mr. .
i'r of it. other claimed the attention of all present. General Banking Business. '

.1 'I Ice cream and cake were served and the : and :Mrs. James Dell, of Chicago,

C UOCKL} DG} occasion was a very pleasant one, indeed, who have been late guests at Grand View Largest and Oldest

, '' save a much needed shower which fell cottage, have left Melbourne and are now liank on HIP 1 I'iviT
Mrs. Horine and family have to
'/ gone right in the midst of .distuibing the visiting) Jacksonville.! They will thengo

: f their home' in Atlanta. pleasure somewhat, making all seek shel- on to Charleston!" and thence to Chicago Exchange Bought and Sold on

'> ._ .' Mr. G. N. Hatch paid a business visit ter, where the social pleasures were con well pleased with their visit south. all Foreign Countries

4. ,-s ". ', to Jacksonville on the 15th. tinued. Miss: Thayer, our teacher, leavesus I Master Pursey Hadley came to Melbourne Patronage appreciated. Prompt service.polite ,

..;.: ': Mrs. E. P. Porcher and daughter; of after giving this school her best services last week from Rollins college tovNit treat: me n and every fa\ consistent

., . Cocoa, were shopping in Kockledge on for the past eight months. It is I his brother, :Mr. Alden Hadley. with conservative liunkinp gnuitcd.CORRESPONDENTS .

j 'Tuesday.Mrs. proper to say that all who sent to the They are having jolly times together, and l :
-. 0 __ _ ____ _ __ _ I Seaboard National Hank of New Yoik. ,F
L : J. E. Bettler is enjoying a visit almost daily )go fishing, rl'turningwith and National hank of Ju-k on\Hie.TITUSVILLE. _

;! .1_ j i t from her father, Mr. E. W. Schuyler, of big strings of trout to distribute among F LOn1u

I :Malabar. Blood I friends. .
On the 1O: train lat:; the
Monday
remains -
1. Mrs. R. F. Hatch and) baby left on --
j of P. W. Hines
taken his
,
were to
; {! Wednesday for a visit with home folks at
Westchester Ohio. We I live by our blood, ;and ont. I northern home in Olivia, Minn., accompanied The Lamp of Steady Habit
: I by his bereaved wife, Miss Gus- &
i Mr. and Mrs. Osceola Currier lef tfor \\ e thrive or starve m The
as that
't I taveson and Mr. Burt. Mr. Hints came lamp doesn't flare up or smoke, or cause you -- =-
;" their home in Newark N. J. the to use bad language ; the lamp that looks od wlien
on sev- blood is rich here several months in p t i
our ago very poor get it and
or poor. r you stays pood; the lamp that you never willuijjl "
;;$ : i enth. They will return in the early fall. I health, and all has been done for him r.-j n r > part with, <>nre you have it ;-that -

> I Mrs. S. II. Peck and family left this There is nothing else to live ,. that loving hands and skilled doctors :r, y "Che j cw Rochester.Other rmmina ,1

:.( on or by.teen. could do, but to no avail. This family {4 r ( a
;: week for Petosky, Mich., where they will I lamps may be offered j-ou as "jn t as pood ".. -
; I ';: I join Mr. Peck, who has been there some 1. strength is full and has our heartfelt sympathy in the l loss of --- they may theiv's lit-, in some rehfiefl.s, but for all around L'OOU"
I a kind husband and loving father.A nt-ss. only one. TinAV w Km ** r. To make ,
;l: ,, time. splits high, we are being re- sure the lamp offered you is> enume, hx>k for the name
on it ; lamp has it.
t every vSH Varieties
t The boat house in front of the Pettee freshed, bone muscle and brain, il meeting; will be held in Melbourne Old Lamp Made New.)

.L, i .., i I I place is nearing completion. The Rainbow in body and mind on Tuesday, the :20th: inst., at lW: p. m., 't v VVe can fill t-v.-ry largo, want. ?%onlatt.>r Nhrmrr you I
- ,,., ,I is raised out of the water and swing- with con 1 I: to organize a good roads association in C ,>e it want.a new lamp or .\f nv, an old one repaired or refillished. -
a vase mounted otl
tinual flow of rich or rnidke of lamp transformed -
I .ing on davits. blood. i the third commissioner's :- , into a New Rochester
district. All wo can do
'. .!. :; :: it. L.-1 us ,
send literature. r
,: Mr. N. Bristol and sisters, Miss A. A., This is health. interested in )good roads are invited to at- = We are you SPECIALISTS on the in siii the>ieet treatment of diseases oi

1 and Miss Flavia Bristol and maid, Miss When weak in low 'tend. II. C. CUXKU\'t,, Com. 3rd Dist. !.amps. Consultation FREE j t
spirits RQit"
: Mary Dalton, left on Friday for their cheer t" THE ROCHESTER LAMP CO., 3S Park riaee & M Barclay St., Sew York.
home at Hillsdale, N. Y. no no spring, when rest i TRUTH "GETS THERE" LAST. .
I
'
is not rest and sleep is not Learn from the world's successes
it : Mr. C. H. Hibks has purchased the i .
old schoolhouse and lot, and will convert sleep, we are starved ; our bloodis Not from the lJooks alone, P AROID ROOFING-
A Learn from the deep distresses
t i it into comfortable The location ,
dwelling.
-
.' poor : there is little nutri- Genius has often bourn,
t is on Barton avenue. Learn from the hours of trial Is for
ment in it. good enough Uncle Sam and
'' 'tney\hMr. J. W. Taylor and family now oc- Learn from the bitter pat- you
\ Back of the blood is food / will find that it is best
tlJuU.. have titfr one of the Pettee cottages. Mr. Truth, though it stands forever, for you.
,
r r .i to the blood rich. In this world "gets there" last. l
1 h'es so ty\r is preparing to build on his own keep When

1 rp up. y just back of G. S. Hardee's.Ion'jrjails, take Scott's Emulsion II FOR SALE CHEAP FOR CASH. The specifications for the work which the

rIta'natteraO'II! .v"d Liver Oil. I It sets the I About 8S acres of good high land on Weather Bureau Department has in view

been. the and Mrs. H. J. Rossiter lef\ ".:w: in i the east or ocean side of the Indian river at Jupiter call for Paroid
goinc. gain-man I
l .
: for their home in Oberlin, / ... Uij'1 I at the Narrows, described as follows: Lot Roofing,
ne
e ,. fib will spend the summer at :X lI/thtsl.If ch\m\ : I No. 3, section 35, also lot Xo. 3, sect'V For samples *nd prices write

1 '4, / Michigan, and return t i .it3iie WIlt surprise)'u- This 1V official sig ibved b rely' .:p M
4. ledge in the early fall. t> & rjCWXE, Chemists cat jy bfay, A> dress G
'> llA p Cr'A PadcUso
1. J.J.OTT
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itz, ,Mr. John Bryan, clear'a ff';OQ-415 earl Street, .,. e.-:-,L:: w Ycrt C E5oc. erk it Court of Bre dun w F \ [ e '
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