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: June 6, 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: VID00629
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 34175599
alephbibnum - 002071719
lccn - sn 96027111
lccn - sn 96027111
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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riPD"t" while stumping the state in the ed there sound 'like reverberating -
was a ."
: interest of the Republican. presidential thunder followed by a shrill whis- is PARADISE REGAINED. "'

candidates. tle, after which came a long "ssss-s-s," I

''a' Thought He !l1Jht.Want to Be Secretary "They certainly know more about like escaping steam.RepreseutatiT'e r ( I'

of State. politics in Indiana than any other Mahon woke the '

-'L ; Special Correspondence of The Florida Star. state in the Union" said Colonel HalL sleeping man who, rubbing his eyes, -. FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAYS )

' I Washington, June Representative "Every man is a politician out there, looked at in surprise. !

Alexander of the Thirty-third New and he keeps close tabs on everythingthat "What's the matter?" asked Mullow LOCAL TIME CARD No. 40. in Effect April 15,1902. ,f

r s-- York' district went over to the White goes on. For instance, I got off at ney rubbing his eyes. i

House the other day to call the atten- Greencastle to get a sauuvrich and meta "That's what we would like to -SOUTHBOUND-READ. DOWN. NORTHBOUND-READ- UP. i!

at the lunch know." said Mahon. "You were making .. 7S'No. 321D'
prosperous looking man 39'H .
tjon of President Roosevelt to the
merits -
b I. 351 MAIN LINE.
counter. an awful noise like this." And nyl Daily Dally I \
of Adam Rinewalt of Buffalo as a
i 'How are things politically I then Mahon imitated the grunt the
candidate for the consulship at Fort 500 p 9 40 of Lv....................Jacksonville......................r 7 COp 855 a503p ;t \.
asked him. whistle and the escaping steam. 9 4S a Ly.................80. Jacksonville..................Lv II 5847s ,
Erie, Ont., Just across the Niagara riv 1115 p 11) 15 a...................... St, Au stine...................... 5 53 p 7 45a g
I, 'Oh, first rate he said.'We're got "Oh, said Mullowney, "that's the G iSp 12Ta ........................ Hastings ....................... 51tp T lOa
er from Buffalo. The congressman had 'em this I sure.' I 7 C3 p:114.s. .................... E ast liPI11atkQ .........,............ 4 6a p 6M& y 1'
i I year way snore. !o 7 33i'1219 p ........................ heoga ......................... 4 25 p 6 12a p :17tiI1331p.
'Got whom? I asked. E7 ....................... Bvnnells....................... 'Up 609&A
Secretary Moody tells a story about j 52ll: 3lp .....................'. Dupont........................::. 'C311 6 Oia io
\ 'Why the Democrats. We're been 319' 1 C5p .................,....... Ormond......................... 343p 53tia 1i>
fighting them for and we've Wendell Phillips He says that in ::1 30 PI 11 P ......... ............. Diytons......................... 331p a ap tS
years F 33 11' 12a p ......................Port Orange............ .......... 321 p M7 a t aa y9C3p .
brought the Democratic majority in ISoO;:; Phillips made one of his strongest x 146p. ..................... NewSmyrna .... ................3C3ii. 500a n 3 4
T abolition addresses in Boston. There .. : ..... ZC3p........... ..... ...Oak I1ill......................... 2331' ....... r
this county down so that we tied 'em E-< ........ :I 47 p ....................... Titusville ...8 03 p ....... iD-r :: .,
last time. This time we'll whip' em.' were several southern men in the audi- < :a, ....... 324 ............,...... ...... Cocoa ... .................... 25 I' ....... .> ,
; ..... 323 p ..................... Rocklt'de.:; ........................1 : P ....... C: p::) ,.
** 'Are you sure of it?' I asked. ence. Just after a period of particularly =: 0 ....... 3 57p .:......................Eau Gallie........................ 49p........ w t \
bitter invective against the slave- E-o > ....... 4 C5 p ..... .. .....Melbourne............... ....... 12 33 p ....... ; tt
'Certain,' he said, with the utmost Z 0 ....... 4 45p .....:.....:....:.:.. .4ebastian...............!....... 11 8 ....... r Csz
three Republicans holders of the south one of these south ; ; .....5 31 (I.................. .. ..St Lucie..... ................... ........ g r
conviction. 'Why stranger, ....... 5 45p..................... Fort ....................... ....... oE
hare moved into the county, erners arose and shouted: ?-< ....... 553 p ...................White City....................... ....... :p p: :; t.Z t.
"If said that in the south we Z ....... G CS p. ...................,... Tibbals..........................1105a.......... j:. "
4 and there ain't a family in the county you p ........ 6 03p ..................... .....Eden.......................... ....... :q;
? would cut off your ears!" ....... II 11 p .. . ........ ....... .:D .
sick in it. We
I with can'tlose.
f a Republican .1 ...... 624p ...........:.::.......... .Jensen.-:..... .... ........ au
.' "Then. "respomfc-d Phillips quick as .:...... 651 P ......................Hope Sl1und...9 ........ :;: ; ,
; Bash "I could only Them that H o ....... 707 p ...................... .'\'est Jupiter ...................... 9 F3/I. ....... ... :.. ,
a say. p ....... 'i 43 p ....................West Palm Beach................... 8 :81L ....... I" nJ 4'
The report that President Roosevelt have ears, J let them hear.' : ...,.... S CS II..........................Boynon ......................... ........ .:::1..
....... 904 p...................... Ft. L au d er.a.e................. .... 833a.......... < .
0 is going to take a hunting trip with SAMUEL IIC B.\RD. ....... 9 47p ...................... Lemon City................:...... .......... g p t.
I Harry S. New of Indianapolis in the -- --- ....... 955 p ........ :................. liamL ... ..,....:.::..:: .......... 6 45&,........ 'f
: Big Horn valley this summer reminds Virulent Cancer Cureil.

r LI" Senator Warren of Wyoming of a Startling proof of a ivonderfuladvance
story. in medicine is given by druggist i G. W. BRANCH LINES SCHEDULES ,

I II Roberts, of Elizabeth, \\'. Ya.n old ..
"In the campaign of IS9! ;, when Wyoming man there had long suffered with what .
\\I : went Democratic. he said, "er- :good doctors pronounced incurable can J
{ erything depended the vote of cer. They believed his case: hopeless till I I t j
671No. 651No. 4&No. 60No.54tP
\ No. 63 No. 49No., 47 No. 48 No. o. 3
i Big Horn county. One of the -d\idi he user! Electric Arnica Salve Bitters which and treatment appliedBncklcn's Daily ( Daily I Daily I Daily I Daily J SUTIOX3 I Daily I D.ulYI I Daily j Daily(Daily ..
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dates for the supreme court was t-spe cured him. When ElectricBitters 7 :0 PI 633p// 5p ll15a,6IOi'Lt..Palatka..Ar: 723at OYp 825p 723p fl
completely 7 63 116SJ' tS5pI1l35al 6 50 a;Ar ...East Paat a..Lv 605a 705a114dalG05p 70Gp
ciullyanxious. are used to expel 1 bilious kidney

'How are you coming out:' someone and microbe poisons at the same time MAYPORT BRANCH.

asked the judge while all this salve exerts its matchless heUin we were
1 power, blood di..t'al"es skin eruptions, ulcers No. 19 No. 17 No.5. No.6 No, 18 No. 20 .
waiting for the returns \ ST.LTI.59. I i
; ; : and sore vanish. Bitters oOc, salve Dally I Daily D.ay Daily Daily I Daily

'I think, said the judge 'that I am 23c. at J. B. S're'en's.foDDtalnons. 73010 ::1:0 p g 25a Lv ...................Jack!>onnilt,..... .............Ar 82511.13; 2S p G 23 p
coming out at the little end of the Big 7 33p 2.3 p I 9 53a: Lv.... ...........South!>onville................Lv 817 a'1317 p I 21p 1
"WHAT DOES THIS MAN WAST? 8 10 p 3 CO J'II0 05a Lv.............. ... Pablo! Bp3ca ...................Lv T 45 a,11 n a 5 fO p
1 Us full of indorsementsand n orn.' ) Doll via. S 151 3 C5 p'1010/ a. Lv.... .., ..........Atla.iltic .................. T U a 1140 a II Up
F arms petitions Bolivia is the most mountainous S 30 p 3:0 }IIIOt5a: Ar......................Mapport. .......... ..........Lv 72$ ak125, a 530 D I
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recommendations in behalf of his .
A few days ago Senator Tillman invited country in the world, and that portionof
constituent. SAN MATEO BRANCH t
one of his colleagues to take din- the chain known as the Cordillera ,
1 "What does this man want?" asked de le Paz is a colonnade of white No. 57 No. '
:aer with him at his homo."Certainly pure .45 SUTIOXS No. No. 68
; the president, looking at the great ," was the rl'ply.uWhat is summits extending more than loO DallYIVally I 461( Dally

mass of documents."He miles almost in a direct* line. 7 53p i 515 alLy;............... ......... ..East Palatk&........................... 800a, a 43 P
your address? ---- -- -- S 15p 53 r a.Ar. .........,....... ... .......San'O..... ............ .........Lv 540&1 820p ,
wants to be consul at Fort
Dining the kidney irregularities
"Eighteen hundred and sixty-one summer -
c Erie" replied Mr. Alexander. are often caused by excessive drinking SANFORD BRANCH. I ORANGE CITY BRANCH.No. .
Mintwood place, said the senator."That's .
"Is that all?" said the president or being overheated.: Attend to thekidnl''s J JDally
apparently -
; much relieved. "I didn't know pretty hard to remember," at once by using Foley's Kidney 11 I SY'TIO""S. I No.Daily 12 Daily No.3 No"1( S TATiONa. I Daily No.2 I Daily No.4

said Tillmaifs fril'nd.hI will write it Cure. Sold by WiKon &. >on. :
k but that he was after the secretary __ __ __ _n ___ __ __ 7 05a ........T1tU ...........\ 120 p., 3051':10: IOaiLv.-l.8nyrna..ArI143p p443p
down" 7 ]8& Iv............ ............. 1 C7p n 1> 11 211\Lv.Lake llfllen.Lv12 55
4 ship of stato." In the Boarding School. 883 ............ (. ............Lvlll, ;2 a 4 OJ p,113'J a,8.Lv.Ora.n.. City Lv 1: 45 p 4 2J
011, uo. remarked Tillman. "Re "Gi\e me a synonym for ;access." 8 M a'Lv..,...... Enterpri e.........Lvi 11 !O a 4 C5 45 aAr.Ong., City Jc.Lv::12 i3 p p 415p:
member the year the war !began. That 930110 ........... ........... 11 00 a. I I
A good story is told on himself by Bald the teacher."Marriage .
will fix the number of the .
house. Then
: "Representative Littlefield of Maine in cried the demure little These Time Tables show the times at which tnuiiamat lie pxpt-otei! to arrive and de .m
;, .:, with his last remember mint juleps, and juu can't girl in the back seat.-Chicago Post. from the several stations but their arrival or departure at the times stated is not guaranteed
nor does the Company hold itself responsible for any delay or any consequences arising
.' campaign for election. forget the sh'l'et.0\\", don't forget. therefrom.
Think of the first of the l'odt r.
I..f; Dad He visited the village of year war and A dozen loaves and each like lead Peninsular and Occidental Steamship Connections at Miama.
of mint
juleps, and will
you comestraight I
Fell down ,
Wilton, which is two upon the laker's bead
; Pieand miles from the railroad to where I Ii,('." And U appeared, from what lit a1 BETWEEN MIAMA, KEY WEST AND HAVANA.
t 4 Th.t he was somewhat underbred
station. lIe was met by -Detroit Free Press SOUTHBOUND. '! NORTHBOUND.

: the rival political lead Representative Ma lion of Pennsylvania 1 -- -- ---- ._- ....... ......
II,' Milk tv. }Miama Mons. Weds .....IlLv.ltavanaTues. Thurs: . ...............10 00&
'. ers of the town, one off was out on a revenue cutter re- Ar. Key West. Tues. Thurs...............12:! 30 pAr. Key \Vest, Tues Thurs. ... ..,..,..... C33p
Lv Key West Tues. Thurs. ............... 7 30 p LKey West lues Thurs.......... .. 7C3p
I :. whom was the village _----- centlyitli Captain )lc. Ar. Havana, Weds Fris:.:.:.......... ...... 5 uu a Ar. Miami \eds. 'fl.i. ..... .........?.... 6 Wa
'. t' postmaster, who wanted to remain in Allister and Assistant For copy of Local Time Card address any A e'nt.

the otlice, and the other was the chairman Thought l>istridttOl"lll'.Y 1 ul.loWIll'Y. -
.' : J. D. RAHNER, Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent, ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.
of the town committee who He: . Early one morn c ,\
wanted to be the postmaster's succes ing Mr. Mahon wasWas r

:. sor. Each man felt that if he could escort awakened by the colored BR.MOFFETTS Cures Clolera-lnfaniusi,
r Diarrhota.Dysentery,an J
the congressman into town it Dying porter. i' troubles
I the Bowel of
; I would greatly advance his political "Wake up Mr. Con A u.., : Children of Any Age.

I '" ambition. Much to the disappointment >--v gross in a n." said the r i b Aids Digestion, Regulates

.A of both, Mr. Littlefield went with another servant "Mr. :Mullowney's dying" I pN ?' the Bowels, Strengthens

man who had no ax to grind. :Mr. Mahon jumped out of bed. ,1 Costs Only 25 cents at Druggists, the TEETHING Child and EASY Makes

The chairman of the town committee "What makes ,\ou think so?" he inquired. .M": Or mail 2 : recta to C. J. MOFFETT. M. D.. ST. LOUIS, MO.

Columbus Va,. Xf. IHTi.1K. .
though foiled, was not defeated. Aug.
t C. J. XOFFKTT Dear Doctor: We yttve your TKETUl\A < Teething
... lIe seized a newspaper correspondentwho "I was ten years porter on a sleepingear orders) to our little grand child with the happiest re.tulta. The effects
with the congressional can ," Mid the frightened; negro "and 1 were almost tuagival, and certainly more nutisjuftory than from, anything
came ireei-eruted. ,
Your very truly, JOtiJ-.PlI M. A'tl'Xoir ,
: didate and drove hastily to the village. never beard such curious noises as :Mr. A Miraculous \ Bitthov Southern Methoditt Church.) Pant or of St. fuul Church

The rple'of Wilton had never seen :\Mullowney making. He's dying. -- I
\ '. ".; Mr. Little-field, and when the town official Mire.
Captain McAllister also awakened \
arrived with a distinguished Feat.

1 looking gentleman by his side and with Mr. Mahon. hastened"WHAT'S
WINCtl ( TltE! ti ;
t gas an enthusiastic demonstration. "It seemed that nothing shortof

i. The. bands played and the crowd a miracle could save my little I

3 cheered, and there was a triumphal daughter from an untimely FACTORY LOADED SHOTGUN SHELLS I

procession through the principal / death," says City :Marshall A. "New Rival" "Leader" "Repeater"

streets of the village. When Mr. Lit Malcolm:: cf Chcro' eeKm. : << .
tlefield drove into Wilton time -
o some
"When two years old she was [
after, there was nothing doing for him TR /' / taken ith stomach and bowel t! ,' :F ;cu are looking for reliable shotgun ammunition

In the way of an ovation. Besides this, trouble and despite the effortsof ; II
c : t/ [I the kind that shoots where Y'iuLk
the newspaper man had eaten the fine 1i the best physicians we could : 1
I dinner which had been prepared for procure, she grew gradually point your gun, buy Winchester Factory

the congressman."And wose and was pronounced in |, Loaded Shotgun Shells: "New Rival," loaded! with
what did have for dinner?"
you curable. A friend "
some one asked Mr. Littlefield the Dr. jjf Black powder; "Leader" and "Repeater, loaded

other day after he had told the story. Mtles' i. with Smokeless. Insist upon having Winchesior -"

"Oh." said Littlefield. "I had some :
Loaded Shells and
pie and milk." and after giving it a few days ractory accept no

she began to improve and final- L ALL DEALERS KEEP THEM OthtJ'

I Senator Beveridge of Indiana is celebrated ly fully recovered. She is now \\. "" 'I< -'
! throughout the Hoosier State past five years of age and the

: as a felicitous letter I very picture of health." .
.. : !
I writer. When he takes Sold by all Druggists.Dr. J,1L1'J.,1'r.. : .. . .. ,_ .. ,',; _;_<..'_ 50 YEARS'

\'erldge pains with an epistle it Miles Medical Co.. Eikhart Ind. . '\ :': >( .t: .... ",',:';: !, "" ? yi{ ". EXPERiENCEi

x as a fetching is u1''t to a pretty I"... i! i; and t ii'o l

Letter In his mail the other -PU AiIAIs kLorD t

'. '. .:\\ Writer day there was an envelope THE MATTEI-.-" TRY

with a heavy 'black to the bunk of the sleeping attorney. .

. \, l\ ; rh ( --a' border, and the senator There was no doubt about the curious; only Sold in I pUj. as p TRADE DESIGNS MARKS

of his constituhad noises. Kverv time Mullownev breamCATORIA COPYRIGHTS
wondered which one I dtC.Iti. .
I "\ ii Sacks like this .inMM rtln -.setc-h
.. :::7 111,1a description' may
: ,; Its been bereft. Upon opening yuS.. c V. o.r 'ir ?pn whether an
cJ- t .it is jlr..hll./.IY .
p.itenutble.IHIIM (
1 7 tl 1 letter he found this introductory for "' -, :tyi! imuential. :Handbook t IUUIUHIOA.4I
on Patents
_. str F E E D ,i swii K.Ol.i '!it a.ien,'y for securing. tents,
(j@'f agraph: P'! tiu u through Munn & Co.

c.'I t-: -;J, Yours of the I,5th.inst.. received. JU, For Tf3: A \hildren. The feed that COtiKEY Axa CHECKER- Bard t': tpMai notice, without charge, in the 1. cveYScientific

y husband read it himself. At 8 p. a "\ p. OOARDOMAU.eAKa. J' Rrnei lcaii
Wf; WP'S; Bought Keeps Mules up' flam'O / A handsomely illustrated .
: u. he died of heart failure. weekly Largest cti-.
b.-,rrj' .J. any scientific Journal I
-0 I:, ij1f 'J VW "TP<-th. f.'t" and feed bills l .< ,; year: four > ILMUNH newsdesl0etea I

lng" Speaking of Indiana Colonel i "I: ; ,> Of ft II ; tfr'z -, 11 r Branch & Co.6'361Broadway;. New y rkon
Office F 8t. 7aahlBJto" .
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J-Te NEW[ SHIRT WAISTS.I I A very striking promenade blouse A Facturr. ..

In New Zealand two persons working __ __ ___ , __ _ _
waist is made ." __ __ c _
J of. black peau de cygne together constitute a factory. -. u _' _> __" _"_ __ '__ _.. '" ___ _
Mad In Varioa 'Fa_hlon. of Many silk. The fronts are laid in deep folds -

,: '; :)Material. each stitched three times on the edge. Give Children Candr.

r'' [Special Correspondence'] 'I I The sleeves are treated In the same An authority on the care and feedingof

: New(York,._Hay 27.-Every succeed way. The cuffs are deep and made of children says that the normal; child

i:; ing week brings forth, something new silk but at the bottom they have reversed will want candy and should have it,

t," and pretty ia the way of shirt waists, cuffs of white satin edged witha drawing the line, however, at cheap .

I as all separate waists are now called. frill of lace. There are a draped vest confectionery or the very rich, high .

,'-. Each outdoes the other in point of ornamentation and high stock and a large collar of priced bonbons. Good molasses bar or

'I or richness of material. marshmallows are ,recommended as a
white satin edged with black velvet"riLbon
suitable choice, or other plain sweets,
f. While there
are as many cotton waists This in
turn has a frill of the candy to be given after she noon
i' as ever there are as many of silk and handsome white lace. This is really a meal. The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been

f other expensive materials. I studied beautiful waist and is very dressy be + in use for over 30 years, has borne the signature of

the question today in one of the largest cities OLIVE HARPER. An Underground Lake., and has been made under his personal
I At Eucla, in Australia, R subterranean -
., shirt waist houses in this city, and II supervision since its infancy.
lake has been found at a depth of '
m that means the world, and, saw perm Relief. I 300 feet "\\"h a comparatively inexhaustible Allow no one to deceive you in this.

haps more than a thousand different November is a month wl-ose chill I supply of water. All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-good" are but

;: designs, all of them wrought in silk, Jut Wakes when man the bemoan coal man his brings lot, his bill, I. Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of 4

the most of it such as will wash, and Perchance you will be hot. Infantry. Infants and Children-Experience against Experiment.

?'. i as many more made up of fine organ- -Washington Star. The term "infantry" was first used (-

: dies, mulls, chiffons, fancy china by the Spaniards in the wars with the
At the Livery Stable."I What CASTORIA
t-a: silks, lace patterns worked out in de- haven't had much experience in Moors to designate the bodyguard of a is

;: signs intended for royal prince or infanta. It was extended .
, the waist or sleeves, horseback riding. -
"!: to the entire body of foot soldiers Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric
:: with pieces for cuffs, yokes or in some "Aw, dat's all right Dat boss will
" and finally! adopted throughout Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It ,
cases revers. Many in fine grass linen give you plenty 'Indianapolis News.
Europe. contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic
find delicate swiss hand
r" are embroidered -
Of Much More Practical Cle. substance. Its is its guarantee. It
age destroys Worms
:I in exquisite designs. Such waists Empress Dowager Talks English.The .
; GoodlY-What is grander than a man empress dowager has been picking and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind
; are provided with of colored
lining IOU can trust?
':' up a few English phrases and tried Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
silks which show Cynicus-One that
faintly through. will trust
you.- their effect on her guests at the recentladies' and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the
,..; Saxony flannel waists in different Boston Traveler. i
-,, many audience says the North Chins Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep..

colors and patterns are seen. Theyare Extreme.. Herald-"Hao tu yiu," "Ha-p'l niovicrh. The Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend.

beautifully made and are often ." "Te-rin-ko t'L"
And still we moan in fate's rude clutch.
" embroidered. The most elegant of Whatever may befall. .
,.'I these have the embroidery done in silk Of rain we either get too mark Warning.If GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
Or else get none at all.
..-.', of the same or one shade darker than Washington Stu you have kidney or bladder trouble ifT

the cloth. Tor cool days at the seashore and do not me Foley's Kidney, Cure, :you :Bears the Signature oft
t His Last Hope Realized. will have only yourself to blame for results f
are many of these saxony waists. [From the Sentinel,Gebo, Mont.] as it positively cures all forms of

There are many other fine woolen In the first opening of Oklahoma to kidney and bladder di&ases. Sold by .;:-

F stuffs quite suitable for summer and settlers in 1889, the editor of this paper Wilson & Son ;

f among them one finds oxford' and was among the many seekers after for- oA.soi3 a. ZM

tit cheviot. Black silk is also seen very often tune who made the big race one tine day Bears tie /J ills Kind You Have Always BoughtSignature ,
in April. During his traveling about and
k-, in HIP handsomest of them mostlyin afterwards his camping}.: upon his claim,
; the corded G G The KM You Have
quality.Among be encountered much bad water, which, rC/t/ Always BoughtIn

I. the dainties! of the silk together with the severe heat, gave hima

"; waists are the fine and pinhead very severe diarrhoea which n seemed A Sober Country.

'- cheeks, which come in blue and white. almost impossible to check and along; in Tasmania is said to be the soberestof Use For Over 30 Years.THE .
June the became bad he
case so expectedto
K- bro vn'aud the Australian colonies. CENTAUR COMPANY TT MURRAY STREET, NEW YCRK
white blood red and
ox die. One of his CITY.a
day one neighbors -
:-: ': ,. -- ;- j.iX:. ; Lr: ;r ,
f white, also black and white. Foulard brought him one small bottle of Cham )

"{.: and ponsree and china silk waists are berlain's Colic, Cholera and DiarrhoeaRemedy Pln> grounds.
There are now in London and itsLondon's \ tThe
last A
). as a hop big dose was,
all fine wheat properly made up. Immediate neighborhood: SCO
given him while he was rolling; about on public
The lit. above leaves out all the the ground in great agony, and in a few recreation rounds, varying In size '

Scotch novelty linens and ginghams. minutes the dose was repeated. The good from Epping forest which, with Wan- Air-Line

effect of the medicine was soon r.oticed, stead flats, is over 5.000 acres In extent Seaboard Railway :

, and within an hour the patient was taking to little city gardens and play

his tirt sound bleep for a fortnight. grounds of an eighth or a tenth of an CAPITAL CITY ROUTE.The .
That one little bottle worked a completecure : acre.

.. and he cannot help but feel grate
ful. The season for bowel disorders Shortest Route. The Best
: being Line.
" There is more catarrh i iu this srl'tiol1lf the
,r at hand suggests this item. For sale by country than all other diseases put together,

B.; K. Wilson & Son.Resern and until the last few years was suppled to DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE t

incurable.: For a great many years doctorspronounced
'f'" d Railway Seat. it a local disease, and prescribed Including undays.To -
( To avoid disputes between passengers l>n-al lemedievand) by constantly fail in? to
;R' st and to permit them to reservetheir cureitli local treatment, pronounced It in- -
ciimlik'. Sen-lie*' hay; proven catarih U. Ue a
places in railway carriages the constitutional disease, and therefore requires Savannah, Columbia, Southern Pines,
Paris. Lyons and Mediterranean Kailway c institutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure,

," C yl, E aw company has decided to introduceon maimfaituied l by F. .J. Cheney .t Co.. Toledo\ Richmond, Washington Baltimore
Ohio i U "the only cure on the
, trial in certain trains between Paris
" market. It is taken internally in dines fruntIf New
and Marseilles a novel apparatus which ) drops to a trasln)+ntful. It acts directly'the u Philadelphia, York,

will be placed above the seat selected blood and mucous surfaces of the system.
+ says the London Mail. When the .traveler They offer one bundled dollars for ;ante C."l'if Through: : Pu, : 91copors.
tll fails to cure Send for circulars and testia -
has placed in this apparatus IIIl11litb.ddn'ss! F.J.CIIE.\El'tCl'u.. Only Line Operating Through Pullman Car ;Service: Jacksonvilleto II)

ticket delivered to him gratis by the ./rc 'S.H) by druses.! Toe. Toledo, 0. New Orleans. .

'H1 company his scat will be guaranteed.alHluo Hall's Family: t'lllsare the best. For further information. writeE.
1 1 i other{ method of booking places --- --- L. BUNCH, leu. l'as''ut.. A. O. MAcDONELL. Asst. G t'II. P*-*. Agent,
r } ,+ 'I lie Cn liiiA J.cad. Portsmouth.
lk before the departure of the train wit .J'k"uII\'illc.; Fla
An ordinary lead for <'acting at ?ea JAS. M IHCII, Vrct-Prebideut -} >'lt'ml :Maiuirer.: P..rttr.,,, Vi:
be recognized as legal.11'a:11aeting.
weighs 7 to 14 pound '\:1\1 has at''lie?'

+ bottom of it a hole! till
\wa., bring up samples of the sea bottom.
The following; letter from Robert II.Watts IF YOU WANT
S -- ----
L& 4yl. DAR.pltr.b
\ 1 of Salem. Mo is in-trurtive: "1 Women Karred.terics. ;
1 have been troubled with kiilnev diseaselust '
.. for the fin war I lost fiesta an'never I In the Mountain of the :Monks on the -- -- i KErvcK "'r

felt well, and doctoredith lead roast of Macedonia there are 2u uuma-

r ONE OF TIIII MAV WAISTS. it.j! |physicians and l tried all iemedu Mg- The place is saereil to the male A Ilou>e Paint that will

ge*U'd without relief. Finally I tried Fo- sex. and no woman is allowed to cross wear and look well, use t"'lUSlar .

These are very pretty and especially It'Y's Kidney Cure, and less than two boles its borders. : ,

! .r. valuable for their wearing qualities. completely cured me, and i am now Pitkin's ;
t These linens: are very transparent and sound and well. Sold bv Wilson & Son. I For Gentlemen -

/. come ill tine stripes in pink, blue ( When a Ready-Mixed who Quality cherish '
Piling It On. woman is
lay 'Iukl' and red in white 1'
', given a Ite idler ne'er is satisfled ( \. : nervous her
ground or sometimes natural linen To take his ease and shirk, t ome--imagination Guaranteed
[f '
Jut takes it on him to deride \ r.) ; :
ground. There are some silk and cot : wz ; givesa I l
The simple folk who work. i fantastic -
ton mousse-liiies all the colors of the -Washington Star / ',-' and threatening Premium I

season and in black. Canvas waists in -.c %-.-
.;/ Soltl b> t.LO LK\', K. L. :\IOTLOIKIDNE $ .
Manual -
natural I tlax color and in tan are made Labor. shapes to Paint. igtille, KloriiU.
"foour son is learning trade?"
: a -- the most fa-
with hl':1Jarl' and
up and trimmed ",
"Yes. He Is to be a novelist.-Llfe miliar objects
L tliej are certainly neat. By day None better made: guaranteed -

To match most of the waists there Get a free sample of Chamberlain fit she starts in fearat for five v{'itr*!. DISEASES
Stomach and Liver Tablets LJ. It. Wilson
are stock* of many kinds. It is mannish at every suddenor
*\c Son's: drug store. They are easier unfamiliar -- ,
-- --- -- --
this and embraces besides I
to take und more pleasant! in effect than sound. By the most fatal of all diseases.
the neck which it encircles"four- pills. Then their Ui'ti i is not followed by / night the furniture I !

in-hands and tantivy coaching, as well constipation as is often the 'ac with t / of her room Fifth's t Barn Paint )

as several other !'ortus.11 are washable pi 11:5, llepular size :25c; per box.llnnhy'a takes on affrighting +
save tho Grace. J of ghost or gob- FOLEY'S "
a standard for laarnand
> { Guarantaad
+ do not remember seeing much neckwear Benjamin Unwell llan l. author o: hn. You can'treason Remedy
made of silk. Madras gingham the famous ballad "1 arling Nellie ;. wIth the roof work;; will outlast any

and linens and a few piques and percales Gray," is buried at Westerville, 0., .. ner\es.nor Neitherlogic love other, barn paint 'tn the mar or money refunded. Contains

seem to be the lrcfl'rrl.tllllatel"ial twelve miles from Columbus. can quiet them. ket. Do not accept a substi :'remedies recognized by eminent

for the stocks.Chiffon They must be tute. A of kind i
naeiul; In Scotland building any physicians as the best for
silk mull and lace would allscent then the outcry of the
The earliest notice of racing; in Scotland nerves will cease as naturally as a hun- well painted, will last two or Kidney and Bladder troubles.
be do serviceas
to too light; to much ;
occurs daring the reign of James child ceases to when fed.
; gry cry three times as long as one left
PRICE 50c. and $1.00. ai .
waists, but we see many of them, IV., in. 15U4. On April 13 in that year For nervous women there is no better i(

and with reasonable care I think they the lord high treasurer of Scotland tonic and nervine than Dr. Pierce's Fa- to the mercy of the element, i 1'w ,

are as durable as ordinary -ilk. Longi- notes in his accounts payment of a vorite Prescription. It cures the diseases u --y : c .. ..... .,'" 1 _,4 It. t tlf to' _I j J
-- --- --
produce in
tudinal tucks are still among the best sum of IS shillings "to the boy that nervousness their') ,J; h e3ing sav! v in the world.
women, irregularity, debilitating drains, .1
i ways of ornamenting these. The yoke ran the king's horse at LeitL. inflammation, ulceration and female I \ .

{, may be arranged so that the tucks and weakness. It tranquilizes the nerves, W Pitkin Go n".v . t
form points, and the re.t is up an1down. coughs Chronic can brouchial be quickly relieve.! and summer cured encourages sleep.the appetite, and induces refreshing , P'l'r I : c

. Sleeves with the and Tar. Sold Wilson : .
are bishop, top IIFolt'"s. honey by. When I began taking your med .:it' I was .
tucked and the lower part left out to &' Son. .J'J 2JTi.A not able. to stand 'jn ni\ Get ten nuniiUs: ,it a CHICAGO and KANSAS CITYSAIMiNISTR.t''va ; f/.f"rll:' of .
tlm writes MrHattie Borradaile. of n- 4 (
form Lace is laid the Novel Automobile. 113 ;i f It hl >\
; a 'puff. over Spring Street.Uit'il1, Tenn "Had falling Peed OONytll'l :
tucks. Another style has the waist of The largest automobile in'the worldIs I of uterus and kidney and liver disease and was --- --' -- ----- ' *d ON aCCO'llit'. f1a ;t?
so weak and nervous I could NOTICE. .
not keep still : -
white or black lace. Sleeves and' all being constructed for a Parisian doc WoulJ_ take nervous spells and almost die at .0. lI see t "roI. lot EVE JIe unl- If ,
torA: In it.' accompanied: by two Ir f '\ _.'s.'- I had several different doctors attend Notice! i> hert.t-:yj"in'towns! jL com-euth, . SACKall net'tle.!, y. 1 '
are ornamented by application of lace. they could not do me any Rood The that six months: / prt's iroved -
l 41 udt'qts.'tie intends to make a4r'- :!..t .. I hid said I would never get up again.. final accounts a II( This lend i '> -n e 16/vG 'e to 'i:
One has the front in vest form filled in i' u. fo
J D-I- :* Call'J. ; ti4
the It will
jtd world. baveyj + was > a.your. Favorite PreP Penney county fitlk..h l, II KEEPSMULES tlt:'
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with chiffon gauffered down and one / Discovery: and d ni
wit '
ping apartments. a large : ,? Lei 'U'js cf'CcS.::: ake that much Florida, for my disc See fe. UP __
row of insertion down the center. : room and f,.ur big tanks for storing 01. iyv ter. ,rat tley'b .ItvCouyt4 t'elhbe e istrator or the est JSeph 1e lamp ar ,Gro AND FEED
IC1nt deceased, of said 00 _, lath ,
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R' l 4 +1 i COCOA- BUSINESS >DIRECTORY.. ROCKLEDGE. MELBOURNE. f ginia Farmer Lois_Klopp" Florence (Stetson '-

' WILLIAM HINDLE.-Undertaker and Emk Mrs. C. H. Hibbs was a most efficient Mr. Sam Martin came up from Sebas; Xannie .Ald r n .Margaret Tyler, V 1 1
h balmer Bicycles and Sewing Machine sup- clerk at Hatch's store daring the week. tian on a little visit to his home folks]last Myrtle Edwards.
d r w o 'plies,Tinning and Pipe Fitting, Repairing Saturday.Mrs. Closing Song, "Good Bye!".____87 the School
of Every Description.. Agent for Beveridge Mr. and Mrs. L. Gurney, of Merritt, After the programme, the principal],
: .' Steam Cooker. were among the shoppers at Rockledge John Goode made a visit to Ean JfJ
Prof. James R. Pomeroy, made a short
a t : FRANK LIPP-Practical Shoemaker. Forty Wednesday.. Gallie last Monday, calling on some of but impressive speech, thanking and y r k\ i!!

years experience; all kind of repairing Mrs. A. L. Bruner and Mrs. A. L. her friends there. praising the scholars who had remained 'I

r. }' I shoes done,made nice and to; also ladies'and men's Hughes, of Georgiana, were in Rockledge Last Friday a large American flag was until the last day. The exercises were Vfi\ -, 1

ti 1 shopping on Wednesday.Mr. flying from the postoffice building in enjoyed by all, and considered the very .otI
GO TO J. II. SANDERS, The Old Reliable honor of Memorial
day. best our school has ever had. The children -
White has the lumber the
for fresh and reliable goods J. J. on
r Store, good,
', such as Dry Goods, Saddlery, Crockery, ground for the new cottage, and is him- Miss Helen Miller, who is now teaching 'all deserve praise for their talent and J
; y Hats,Trunks and a full line of Groceries. self laying the foundation. school at Wabasso, came home on training. The parents all hope to see the
b Saturday and returned to Wabasso Sunday same teachers next fall, and give them
JTAEVIS HOUSE-Open all the year round. Sirs. J. J. Dymock and Mrs. J. R. great praise for their successful work. .
:. Pleasant!xation facing the river on river *
i front. Rates|2.00 day,special terms by Thompson and baby, Bertie, left on Mrs. After the exercises the teachers-Prof. *
t. = per 0. X. Page has returned to her i t "
Wednesday for Merry England] to spend T I gu1
.i the week or month. home in Georgiana after a pleasant visit Jas. R. Pomeroy, Miss Aleph Mims and \
.. the snmmer. Miss Grace Read\" the
children a
in Melbourne with her daughter Mrs. gave
Wrecked !
Mr. G. N. Hatch resumed business! surprise treat for their faithful attendance
*' I INDIAN RIVER RIPPLES.r again on Wednesday, and it proved a Hainlin.Miss Eliza J. Lee left last week for a tit the l last day, which consisted: of ice- Your home and property :

busy dar, everybody improving the op- cream and beautifully decorated cake, should be protected by....
rf visit friends She be
east. will
t paragraphs Personal and Newsy Briefs portunity of buying cheap.It which was served bountifully to the
much missed at Melbourne Beach during
at Towns Along the Coast. is expected that Rev. Van Haute, of her absence.Mr. mai.y smiling faces of the little ones. Insurancefrom

.. New York, the new pastor of the Rock. The new school bell is expected everyday
Fred Fee has returned home FIEE. LIGHTNING
; COCOA. ledge chapel, will preach his first sermonon just and will have Edith Louise Tyler'sname and CYCLONES. The expense j

Mrs. Hatch and Sirs. Paxton were in Sunday morning, June 15th. Everybody from Stetson. It is needless to tell how engraved on it for her faithful services is small compared to' +
invited to come and give him wel- glad all of Fred's friends are to see him in raising funds for its purchase.The the risk of a catastrophy j
town Tuesday. in Melbourne.A like this. Write to or aak j
come.A teachers attended a dance at the

r" ;. + northern Dr. Hughlett trip.Postmaster. left on Sunday on hiS' splendid rain fell on :Monday night, jolly party of Melbournites enjoyed Fort Pierce hotel, and at S o'clock a reception Schuyler &: Braiuting, Titusville, ;

#, and showers now are of daily occurrence.It a pic nic to Malabar] Saturday. All report :- was held for the teachers; also a for reliable information,

i :' Schoonmafcer is having a is a splendid thing for the orange trees, a good thing. Two sailboats and a !surprise watermelon party was tendered rates, etc., .

bout with lumbago. which were beginning to suffer from the launch carried the party. Miss Mims prior to her departure to her .

t k Mrs. W. G. Paterson was shopping in hot dry weather, and were dropping their .I Mr. Collins, of Savannah is again the home in Titusville. The party ended ina R. L. MOTLOW ,

Rockledge] on Wednesday.Dr. foliage. guest of the McBride House this week. pleasant dance in the hotel diningroom

Mrs. Wm. Young was taken suddenlyill with excellent music rendered by 0 0 0 0000 0 7 C C O . jl jlFINE
"" ..Daniel and family are off to Fort He has received orders for a large line ofgents'
Pierce for month's stay. on Monday night with neuralgia of the furnishing goods from Chas. T. :Miss Rena FaV'er.
heart, and came near dying before help McBride and E. P. Branch.A ___ __ n _____ __ n __ n____ ______
Mrs. Sarah Smith has gone to New arrived. Dr. ScofieM summoned I Iii 1
was ,
I number of Melbournites have EAST COAST MEAT MARKET.G.
. York for medical treatment. and with his skill brought: her throughall received .
the following "Mrs. Francis Montgomery
The Avilah has a meeting today, first right. : F. DUREN, Agent,
the honor of
requests your presence -
Friday in June, at the library.
LAM FOR SALE. at the marriage of her friend, May
Miss Ella Singleton is assisting Mr. Forty-acre tract of land fronting on St. Rosenkilde Pierson to Mr. Niel Sorenson,

Frank Wuuten with the tax books. Lucie river, about a mile and a half from on the afternoon of Sunday, June the 1st, pct Florida I

Mr. Cannata and Dr. Frederich, off Jensen station. Particularly well adapted 19 J2: at :3 o'clock, Sparta, Mich." -
t Georgiana, were in'town on :\tonday.Irs to growing pines. Some improvementson s and
the place. Fronts on the county road A number Melbournites turned out 1\Vestern
i :\ Schoonmaker is still in St. Augustine on the north. For further informationand last Friday. to do honor to the soldier I

t and not much improved by her trip price, address Lock Box B, Titus- dead in our cemetery. There are seven )[eats
AS yet. ville, Fla. soldiers buried here, four Union and three

i l : Mrs. Robert Holmes and Miss Kate EAU GALLIE. Confederate. All of their graves were of allKinds. i {{, {
decorated with flowers and each
f ri, Lyre will leave for the Adirondacks about on grave
Miss Oglesby left for Jacksonville on was planted a small American flag; so the
i July 1st.Miss Wednesday.J. visitors would know which were the WHISKIES WINES, BRANDIES,

1 Kate Eyre was thrown from a C. Jensen and family left tor Way- graves of the soldiers. Rev. \\'eatherwax GINS, BOTTLED BEERS.
horse few days since but was not seriously -
1 a cross, Ga., on Saturday.Mrs. delivered a fine address.
hurt. Titusville, Florida. I TITUSVILLE and COCOA.
Valentine, of Tillman, was the The Melbourne State bank was moved _____ un _ __n _---- --
Dr. Capron, of Lotus, passed through guest of the Granada hotel this week. to Fort Pierce Tuesday. \\'e congratulate -

Cocoa en route to Ins pineapple planta Fort Pierce in having such men
Frank Shore has opened a fish camp at as Jas. Pritchard & Son
Lion at Stuait.: President Frank H. Fee and Cashier
Grant. Col. Moseley is in charge at Eau ,
; Mrs. J. \V. Packard paid Kockledge/ a Gallie. Charles Horton and William Fee as as-

visit on Wednesday, attracted by the reduced sistant. These are three of Melbourne's Headquarters
sale rates. The rains of this week were much needed best men. We regret to lose them, and for. . . .

and great improvement is noticed in they well know the many friend they
Mrs. Patterson has recovered from a
our groves. leave in Melbourne. We wish them sicces. -
serious illness, and is looking better than HARDWARE
1 -. for months. Mrs. Gilbert and Arlington Gilbert .", and when they get rich in Fort
will spend most of the summer season in Pierce we want to see them return to ,

:; Dr. Hutchip&on, of Chicago, who has Eau Gallie. Melbourne to enjoy health, wealth and .Tinware Stoves.
} &een in Georgiana for some time, stopped happiness. .. Crockery, ..
Mr. and Mrs. Knight, formerly of Jup-
: !here on his way home. Boat Goods Paints Oils co
: iter, have taken the Treutler cottage for .\ liOXA.
t s Capt. Dell remembered a little friend the summer months. andVVOODENVV
r Mr. Dunnam went to Fort Pierre Saturday -
". with a Sue new white dress and trim- Miss Houston's ice cream parlor is well to take in the beauties of that growing A.R.E.
r The little maid is happy.Mr. .
uiings. very
patronized. Eau Gallie will soon take city. Write for prices

:..:. Bazemore, of Eau Gallie, stopped on metropolitan airs. Mis. Dunnam and children returned TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.Box .

'.i- in Cocoa on his way to the hospital at St.VI G. F. PaddiMii has laid out his front from City Point, where, they went to thewedding 212.

f b: ; Augustine. lie is connected with the F. yard with some fine varieties of the lily ot Mrs. Imnnam- sister, now

f. 1: C. railway. and other flowering bulbs. Mrs. Usteen, of City Point. JAMES l'RITCHARDl'"eudent. W.M. BROWN. VICt-Pl<)lIldclit. C. S. SCHUYLiK. Cac c:
., I i
I Mr. Fred Bryan will leave, in answer IeB.. F. Brown will hold services in Our drought has been broken. We

t to a business call, for Atlanta on June St. Johns Episcopal church on Sunday have had some good rain: though: they INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK.

y". ?> t?th. He is said to be one of the best next, morning and evening. came rather late for the benefit of uran-: ,
.es and pines. The latter will not be
; officials Cocoa has ever had.
P. A. McMillan has added a cosy balcony County Depository.
1 marketed as early as heretofore, and the
The cutest thing in town is the to the Indian River Inn, which i is
pony oranges will be a slim crop. Authorized Capital,$100,000.
t belonging to the Hindle children. How much appreciated by his guests.
. :Mr. A. E.: Saeger and :Mrs. Savior returned Paid up Capital, $ 25,000. '
proud he is in his new harness! He pulls W. J. Xes itt is buying out a business;
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from Average Deposits $100,000.TRANSACTS .
Tampa attendedthe ,
.. the cart and driver with all ease. concern in Fort Pierce: and will open a
branch at the latter point. horticultural society meeting. Mr. A _
+ Mr. Werninjr, of Grant, has::! been visiting and :Mrs. McCarty also attended the

J: Georgiana friends. Nell Owens accompanied C. J. Young is progressing in the meeting and met :Mr. Chares! :McCarty, General! Banking Business

; him home for a visit of two building of his new home. The building who had been attending medical lectures -

> weeks. They spent a day in Cocoa. ft ill be an addition to Young street. in Chicago.The Largest anti Oldest .,

.. i Dr. Iliighlett was called by telegram to Fishing boats are continually on the !a't day of the month wa ushered Dank on the lmir.! ,

f) 'Columbia, S. C., to the bedside of his stocks in I Houston's yard, and the cap in by a big i equal1!-thunder showers and
'i tain reports business as good for the welcome Exchange Bought and Sold on _
; friend, Mr. ChiMs. The Dr. has the confidence sea rains, which have gone on all
SO!). day, ant will continue the all Foreign Countries. ,
of many abroad: as well as the probably on
universal confidence in his home town. The steamer Ilypoluxo of the Banana first day of June. With these rain of Patronage apprwiatt-d. Prompt st-i\i-.

t River line was inspected last week by course we may expect the scourge: of the polite treatment and e\ery favon'oiiM: 'nt -, p
Mrs. S. S. Jones and Mrs. Joyner will Messrs. Shaw and Spencer, local inspectors. eat: coast, to-wit, the terrible mosquitoes, with conservative baiikiu granted.

_" give dancing lessons at the town hall ; which have been heretofore conspicuousby } ('UR1tESI'ONDENTS:
Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Travis their ao Seaboard National Bank of New Y every I Capt. M. M. Ramsey has been under enl'e.rell, we must endure
and National Bank of Jacksonville.TITUSVILLE.
'-. has kindly tendered her angelus for music the weather for a few days, but is about I them; otherwise this land would be tooFort _

: '. .. for the occqgion.: again and pushing on the work of his FLORIDA.
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Johnnie Paterson is in the steamers.
happy possession .
Pierce School -
of a new box kite. Was there Chris HoeKr} has returned to Eau Gal- Exercises.]

ever so much pleasure fur a boy as in the lie to repair and move the schooner Nim-:! The public school eloped Friday last, The Lamp of
Steady Habits
possession; of a high-flyer kite John is rod Miami: as soon as the vessel! can begotten i i after a successful term The last feM

r not selfish, and all the boys enjoy his kite in readiness. I weeks have been very discouraging; to the r. 11; The lamp that doesn't flare up or sniok-, or cause you --**--
. .. I I Ii teachers of the -. to ike bail langua ; the lamp teat ]juoks ;',, ",a ;'tl.M i'
with him. on account ak-eiuv of
f Alex. Near has his well driving plant m'O '" you #-i it and !stain Rood; th., !i-unp that tou never ill-
<" many of the pupils. The closing: exercises ; ..F... p.-, W:I h: part with, omtj you have it ; that s
7' "The Breakers" will }be given at the i on Hodgson's marine railway, being overhauled -
were held in the library room at the { \ The
opera house on Tuesday evening, June entering upon some ex- j
school which
j tensive well wa decorated art i:-titally .. 1.t.--
j 10th. The proceeds will start fund to contracts. I Other may be offered "_
a with the stars and and yr.IJ ts just as iood -
stripes crowded tft
( f
> Illay Uins..imTe.s ">.Ls, Lot tr all ,. .
I build a firm road from town to the The houseboat I Rochester Bennett .. aryjiml ;! 'Jr'
ceme : Capt. I with visitors. The ., IH-VS tnwvi onlv one. Th. .S
''&. new flag: which a few > m Hiu-h/e<'f'r. Tomiko '
"i-.... I tery. We ask for a full house. Admission owner, returned from a lengthenedstay f of the little girls raised for. '4' Hire the lamp offen-d you i> i innii.- lk fur the l1.1aiu
money wa: on it
; e\try Lunp has it. :Jm 1 yarmt-LIe:>.)
25 cents. at Miami. The captain will
j spend waving on the building. The Old
programme ," Luups1:1(((' :N\y.
the summer months in Eau .iallie. commencing at r.: ; "e can till 7r'
; p. m. was as follow-: every 1:11"1'a"I.| \oniaU.-r vvh. ti-r, yoU

k i Weather Report. The Misses Rose and Xelda Roehsler, Opening Sung, "America,"._By the Si dit>.; b.r "->':" -.111.;.. S want! .d l,a ia.m..un new Jalllp or!,-.l./cri.ih.pre. all.r del lual-u nun of re,lamp|>airt.l troiif..nj.,.i. nlnii |-. :',

I SPMUARY FOR !U Y. BY.HE". JAS. II. of Brooklyn, left for home via Clyde Line I lustrumeutal Solo-.___Ruth Alderman \fS.':),_.J_=;' .1't'd, Sf'uJ mIl vou a literature New Rochester. we eau dy It. Let us _1"' #1 r

I WHITE. U. S. WEATHER OBSERVER. steamship from Jacksonville on Monday. Uwitatioii, 'T*. S. .\."._ L-wt-ll hillsong :. We are SPECIALISTS on th in- SIl'.J..t.the treatment of diseases 01 r. ...

i; ; Highest temperature on the 2C th, 92.5; These ladies will be much missed in our i "Summer Time".__B.v First GntdeRecitatiunJohnnie'au : :-J. Lamps. Consultation Fkht J .

lowest temperature on the 680. social circle and have made many friends Ditinar t..t""'""n. THE ROCHESTER LAMP CO., ss Park 1'IaceE :;:1 llarclap St., Xew York.
Duet, "That's Not Me You"Myrtle I
or -
, I w Mean for the month 76.9; average mean during their stay in Eau bailie. Edwards unn'and____ _Jim__ PiyitSing. ..n..
'tJ, I for 21 6.8 for 21 --- ---- - -
? years,7 ; highest mean years ; : 'H "May"---------------- .By theSthtMl
i in 18S4 79.2 lowest mean for 21 in Recitation Crit Alderman INVENTORY SALE.
\ I ; years -------------------- :
Vocal Solo By Lois Agnes
t 1885, 75.9.Rainfall. DOCTORS ------------- Kiopp
in inches, 1.83; average for 25 Song, "Home by Deep leaving Sea.
u Hoop Drill, by the following little misses: 1 C. L. Cull Ceiling, at 10.00 M.
I irri, years, 3 53; greatest for 25 years in 1890, say1'Consumption be per
r, (' can cured. Ruth Alderman, Johuuie Van Ditmar, Ber-
' 1. ins 11.58; least for 25 years in 1899, 0.73. Nature alone won't do it. It needs ta Dartis, Viola Keen, Ethel Tyler, Edith u | Cull Flooring, at -S12.UU: }per M.

r e. [t Prevailing direction of wind, southeast help. Doctors say ti tI I Tyler, Esther Keen, Leiiora Brown Maud 1 u Common Hough Hoards at 313.00 per M.
4 dumber of clear 20 number i 1
days Hayes Nannie Alderman.
,, strc' ; \ A. iV B. Matched Novelty Siding
it days, 11; number of cloudy days "Sc-1:; Emulsion Sons Duet, "DollieUniy" at S1G.OO per M.

lumber of days with rain, 2. i i Ethel Tyler and Ruth Alderman 1 Orange Boxes, cheap to close them out.

Island Home, Merritts Island, FJ? 1 -Is tb i But you must Accompanied hy E.], t. i Tangerine lh e.-. cheap to close them out.

40 '_$ Math, ''u even in hot Recitation --___.-"_-rsonatsf__.By Mir, 'My,us-' ei'Compositiol r .; i" Bean CratesOWap: to close them out.

b DKAY1NG. 4 0 ,rft have t, send for free sample. ? t rt i .y Now is the to buy r-.

All kinds of hauling and 4j = .arl SCO "NE, Chemists, 13 Jio g :athr 'J9.-1 .,rart9 Pad
ing tended to promptly. I me. ,halve it y ? nut, .5*Peajl> New York ve evin ,.Ay girls O-eo : F1. iiso
taut <;urt .druggist D.-
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stove sale Jeer ro .
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