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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 20, 1902
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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i the Indians ever'begin to-'overproduce A Strange Interview.It I Are You Going Away. H. A. HODGES, I
: I INDIANS GO 10 WijRK.A '
there will be of necessity an overflow was at his aunt's house, as Lord : :

Into the.open market, and the reds will Dufferin a thousand times recounted For the Summer? Satsuma flights, Fla.

Sphere of Usefulness Found For Oar then actually become competitors of that Lord Melbourne met Disraeli for Dealer in and Manufacturers of

Kedskin Wards.' the whites. At present, however, the the first time. Those'were early days THEN GO TO

Special Correspondence, of The.Florida Star. officials are not worrying over this aspect and Disraeli, bursting with anibition. YELLOW PINE LUMBER
- -- '
AND CYPRESS
Rosebud Indian Agency, S. D., June of'the situation, their one endew.1 had been unsuccessful in his attemptto SeabreezeIote !

r 16.-The experiment of putting the In. or being to compel the Indians to become enter parliament After listening to
and Crates
cyl ; dians on the reservation tc work has self supporting his expression of disappointment Lord Frail Vegetable

proved a success, much to the surpriseof LEONARD BALDWIN. Melbourne said good naturedly "Well
a number of people who declared now, tell me. what do you want to be?" :\ Good Roads, Finer Beach for Estimates furnished for complete Mils of
Bathing, and Better Fishing than at lumber to be delivered at any point oil he
f that It could never have good results MAKING I G AN (EMPIRE. "I want to be prime minister," was the other Resort in Florida. any East Coast.

,; t So pleased Is the government reply. Lord Melbourne, who did not Y

I with the way the Sioux have developedas What Proposed Improvements to Columbia expect at that time to be premier him- The Clarend[ oll Inn M.D.. L. DOD ON,

laborers that an extension of the ,RlvgrjyUljEft' > self, replied with an excessive serious-

ness: "No chance of that in our tirnt. and Dentist.Office .
Portland Ore., June 11.-With the

granting by congress of an appropriation Nobody can compete with Stanley at residence just south of courthouse.

i for beginning important improvements when Lord Grey gives up." So wenton The Breakers Only first reduced class work, at great-
ly prices.
with repeated insistence the man ,
the Columbia
to navigation:; on

f river a great deal of attention is necessarily who was to be prime minister in a few The two largest and most commodious -TITUSVILLK- -, FLORIDA.

\ attracted to the great interior months, addressing hun who was to Summer Hotels at Seabreeze, will be under NOTICE.To .
\ f hold the same rank in thirty-five I the exclusive management: of COL.C. .
.. basin route whose vast and wealth years.
f area whom it Take notice that
( POST: during the summer season of may concern:
4!( : have won for it the title of the inland London Chronicle. lUll: aided by a competent corps of experienced six months after date I will apply to the Uon.

fJE empire. The Columbia, witfi its tributaries Happy Time In Old Town. assistants assuring; the best I A. D. Penney, Couny Judge of Brevard
for final discharge as guardian of
; drains 43,000;:; square miles, of "We felt veiy happy" writes II. N. service and every attention to guests.I'UOF. the county property my of the minor children of J. T.
: kyr t Bevill, Old Town, Va., "when Bucklen'sAruitt Price, deceased to-wit: Thomas, Agues, Isabella
which an area of 1S2, \ Salve wholly cured our daughter William Cleveland and Curly Price.
".iJ lies east of the Cascade mountains and of a bad case of srald head." delight R L. MOT LOW,
: r r is dependent on rail transportation it all who use it for cuts, corns, burns, briii- Brought: from New York to the Colonades Guardian; for said Minors.
v p a.- very high rates for communicationwith st1*, boil ulcers, eruptions Infallible for lat the winter, will play twice each day dur- Titusville, Fla., April 25th, 190:!.
:J piles. Only :2oc.: at J. B. Soreven's druir ing staGw.
the outside world. The annual

saving on freight rates which the proposed store. A Play Room for children. fRRY'S SEED\

improvements to the river should IVH Mecl.The Rates :?.OO( to $:2 50 per day; $10.00 to .
Jr sLeet w cffl'etoul in a very few years redeem i.OO: peroek.. .
the cost of the work. are in tluir original condition eight Special rates to families for the sea.soll'l For
t feet long and three feet wide. Fromthese r The Farmer
Improvements already wrought 3t'' Address C. C. POST, I ,;t
:, strips are cut wide enough to
1 = '- the mouth of and along the lower Co- -f.f'Jf The Gardenerand
permit of the cutting of three or four Seabreeze, Fla. ", + pt

I\ pens. ___ n __ __ ;" 'II'j/tIio, The HousewifeThey

Was ''''a"tinway.; -'yAI> II. JoNEs, ". costa little more. TIIt'Y
'h I are worth a yi'rnr d, ; The following letter from Robert R. than the urduurx tuml -Ld\ .
a t '
REAr ESTATE AND INSURANCE, | everywhere lux auiiual t r.e. 4
IL. Watt*, of all"lIlt10", is instructive: "I
have: !been troubled with kidney diseasefor LOANS AND COLLECTIONS, I k 4 D. M,FERRY i CO. : h. ,
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,"i:" Detroit, Mich. .
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i the last the jears. I lost flesh and I
L.I : never felt well, and doctoreditb leading TITUSVILLE. FLA. I : 1.
rtried Y1' ,':". m . '
all remedies
physicians an' IJ' '
suggested c,,, I" i1)-
without relief. Finally I tried Fo- ,
-- U-y's Kidney Cure, :\nlle-8 than two bottles Hodgson Bros.
,
. ,. SIOUX PLOWMAX. completely cured me and I am now

scheme is already under way, and res sound and wt'll." Sold bv Wilson & Sun. EAU GALLIE, INDIAN RIVER, FLA PURINAFOR 1'
'
ervations all over the country will soon I
> .
: present the spectacle of industrious THE DALLES, MOUNT HOOD IX THE DISTANCE A Whole Ykar

;; bucks toiling in the fields. It is esti "Mamma, how can you ask me to General Merchants .

{ mated that about 7 per cent of the total lumbia have made the ocean easy of marry him when he has no social position I trs Lb.

Indian population, of the country is I access to the country west of the Cas- ?" I Hard
"But. dear, he tells me he has
now a part of the wage earning com cades. Repeated: reports of the United my SHIP CHANDLERS.Special
made a million""But .
munity. States engineers show that in all the Work.
even with that !it will take him
. The method adopted to induce the In. milt of the" Columbia there i is1 not one a year to get into society."-Life. facilities for Repairing and Stor-

dians to go to work was simple in the insurmountable barrier to the makingof ----- ing Yachts and Launches.Marine 'frtr THE FEED

extreme. The Indians on the Uosebud a free and open l'haml1.11 ot" Dining the summer kidney irregularities -
c THAT
are often caused by excessive drinking Railway. SAVES
i reservation were told that no more rations which is very important to the dwellers or being overheated Attend to the - ,n _ _ _______ ______ PURINA.eeurncrpN.o.MILLS MONEY OVER

would be issued to any except in the country along the upper river kidneys at once by using; Foley's Kidney srLOL'19.Ma CORN &OATS. 1

tribesmen who were too old, infirm or and its tributaries.The Cure. Sold by WiIC1II'on.: Weed
. Beggar Seed ;'\
sick to work. At first the Indians did navigation of the Columbia begins -- - .
>eCireoliin hallway :
not take the order as serious, but when at its very source, Upper Columbia I I I LIPPINCOTT'S
Greece is to have, a Pimnis-Larissa: '
.: their food began to run short they lake; situated between the foothillsof VELVET BEANS
railway which will be a line throughher i
awoke to the realization that the\ great the Rocky mountains and the Pur- I
rich
but isolated provinces andwill
i 1 white father meant what he said. So cell range.:; Crossing the international connect with the continental system And a general list of Garden and I MONTHLY MAGAZINE ;

they held a lengthy powwow, which resulted boundary, the river flows through a of railways at the Turkish frontier Field Seed. A FAMILY LIBRARY ,

\.: in some of their number apply. mountainous country for a stretch of Hitherto Greece has had no rail 1'S3; Best ;in Current Literature t I

ing for work, much to the surprise of 10:) miles in a direction a little west of communication with Europe. Prices on applieation-
12
: COMPLETE: i NOVELS YEARLY I
I' .., .. the squaws, who had hitherto borne south. In this stretch there are eleven
MANY SHORT STOR5ES AND ;
f the brunt of the labor on the reserva miles of nonnavigable water. Retween THE GRIFFINC BROS. GO PAPERS ON TIMELY TOPICS

the boundary and the confluence of the A Good Hearted I
tion.When $2.50 PER YEAR ; 25 CTS. A COPY i
,, the agent was approached by Okanogau river there are thirty principal Pomona Nurseries, NO CONTINUED STORIES .

,, Red Feather, White Crow and Dig obstructions to lIavi ation. Two 01 !
-. Man JACKSONVILLE FLA.Fofeys EVERY NUMBER COMPLETE IN ITSELF
c Moon and requested to give them threo of these suffice to make a long 1
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work, he could scarcely believe that stretch of the river impassable an I i

) the redmen were in earnest However their removal would open the wlio'e. or in other words, men with KMneyfCars iI iI I I 50 YEARS'

he got out some spades, and they set The last principal obstruction to navigation ,, good sound hearts, are not very solo h'cJae/s and )1ac.i1': HK&t, EXPERIENCETRADEMARKS

out to road that had been The - I
dig a new lies between The Dulles and O- numerous. increasing I

surveyed so long it had become a lilo. Here the river is forced for thirteen number of sudden death from Corn and OatsHih

i" standing joke at the agency. More In miles through deep anl narrow' heart disease

dians fell into line as they made Ull'irI I i ('hannt'land many small falls occur. daily chronicled TRY

way to the scene of their prospective:: From The Dalles to the mouth of the by the

toil, and the agent soon had the pleasure Columbia the river is open. press, i is proof PURINAFEED DESIGNS

of seeing the dirt fly in earnest. The effect of the proposed iiupru\i of the alarming COPYRIGHTS &C.
Anyone sending a sketch and dcarru.in in
Meantime word had spread throughthe nieiits would be in brief to give watei preva- may
quh'kly ascertain our upiu "n free *" <"ciin-r an1nVI'IIt11111
,: surrounding country that the Indians lence of this is probably palentnnle. ("mmunir-H--
transportation to the products of the for
buns strictly c+madent sal. II n 'iixiokuu I'at cntl
t had gathered at the agency cud southern portion of the fawoHi;.: dangerouscomplaint '' I sent Patents free. Oldest lakeii alCt'wy through for Maun securing& Cu.patents.receive

i :.:' were making a threatening:; demonstra Rend country in Washington and the DONKEY AND CHOKER Hard I special notice, without charge, in the

A": tion. Posthaste the paleface hastened great agricultural districts of t.istornOregon. and as no one' BOARD ON ALL SACKS. Sti QRiiierican.

=: up In order to render assistance to theY can foretell i Werking Abandsomuly illnstrnt. wet i.y, I..ktj-t clrI -
? ; I
officials, and they, too, were stunned It would meau even more than 1'iK just when a I: dilation, : tour of iiumttia.tny nriClit, f.1.uC Sold'journal.by MI newsdealers.HUNH&Co.361Bfoa '1'.ru.sli: ayear .

:: when they saw the unexpected !'i ight.It The Snake river empties its waters i into fatal collapse J- AKraamer.. Stock. I New J York

.., was predicted that the newly found the Columbia a few miles north of 111'ashimtol10rt'oll {> will occur, the danger of neglecting Branca ortiee.2a K i St.,Washington

ardor of the rl'lls1h1 not last, but \\ boundary I-?'. treatment is certainly ----

when they disco\ered that theyero This river is now na\iirable fruits : very risky matter. If you 'are DR. fd+ aP 1"r s_ Curss dkoiera-lDfafttofli! ,

'If..... to be paid in good cash for their work mouth to the confluence! ot the UrsunleRoiulc short of breath, have pain in y)? t Uiarrhoea.Uysentery

1 they entered into the spirit of it with river, a distance of I'M imlc:, lef side, smothering spells, pal- P ,.' 4llUr '} the Chidreno//J Bowel! Troubles, y Aye.of

"t:, t an ever increasing earnestness1. The The improvements to the Columbia, together pitation, unable to lie on side, 'r f + !Ads! Digestion, Re ulateitnc

: news was carried afar by; Indian runners with a few needed on the especially the left, you should -' AS'QI(i' r TEETHING FOWDES&1 Bowels. Strengthen

t and in a short time a number oft Snake, would thus give the rich I'tlouse begin taking .r Costs Only 25 cents at Druggists, the TEETHING Child and !lakes

t redskins from the Pine Ridge reservation ('ouutnof Washington, Idaho r. Or mail 1a rests to C. .. MOFF2TT. M. D.. ST. LOUISA MO.t'olrtenhrfM.q. .

SWopl'll11own upon Rosebud wMh and Oregon a water route to the sea. MUM' Heart Cure. toy, Y-1, 11cJ :.
1)1t. C. Jloicder Y10FF1ITT-Dear Doctor: lie (lute term' 1Ei 11/.1.1
(
Teething
the demand that they, too, be given The of the ) to nYtle 7iV7 'wM
i 1Il'l'l'\:<\improvements; o'tr s/rand child with i e r rr *. The .:recta
L work. When they were told that there J. A. K reamer.f Arkansas City. Kans., u-(-re almost magical, ami certainly more nutisja 't< j II .mtrom' uiiufhitta
Snake river and of the Columbia from "Mv heat
says: was so bad it was im- ireeieruKed. lour* very truly, JO.J'I'M A. KLY&ow ,
was nothing for them to do, they went the mouth of the Snake to the ocean poxMble for nic to lie down,and I could \ Bishop Southern Methodist Ihurvh.) l' intor a neither sleep nor re->t. My decline was
away urui l lin? have been personally inspected by rapid: and I r: ,b".l I must get help
The Indian laborer receives as much l'arlthe; full membership of the rivers soon 1 \\aa aMa i! to try Dr. M'les'
: consideration does the white. lIe is Heart Cure, whip I did, and candidly
as .
and harbors committee of the houseof '
bcl.eve it saved my Lk"Dr.
i paid at the rate of $!.:& a day and his representatives.: For the improvement IfWi C

: working day is of eight hours. Farmers of the more distant sections of by.all Miles'druggists Remedies on guarantee.are sold

! ,} are on hand to act as instructors as the river plans have been held in abeyance -
well Most of the Indians Dr. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind.
as overseers. pending the decision of the government 4 FACTORY LOADED SHOTGUN SHELLS .
I
on this reservation are engaged in the river CelUo. "
to open at -- "Leader"
"New
Rival"
j building roads, bridges, reservoirs and Rep.eaer"II
r This when done will have the effect of _
.
fences, but some are at work upon the giving a clear waterway from the Pacific PURINAIs i "'

- land allotted to them. While the Indian to the mouth of the Okanogaa, a are looking for reliable shotgun am

t Is proverbially averse to labor, he is*'as 10--
Distance of almost 540 miles. I the kind that shoots where
well aware as any one else of the value Already a regular steamboat serviceIs only Sold in I you
'K
'r \' 4 \!_ of American dollars, and the fact that maintained on three stretches. of the Sacks like this i point your gun, buy Winchester Factory

gab ,he is paid in cash has done more to Columbia, while steamers large and Loaded Shotgun Shells: "New Rival," loaded with
1 ,: him over to the new order of & ",
yoo small ply on a1' .J1e navigable tributa '
.t ings than anything else possibly ries. ]lqjCIIARL "IyBlacd"flwder; "I p"r.1 r'nd "Repeater, loaded

.t, ,ould. i.:
-:; Tanrerl : tt cheap to cl l I
Indian labor factor
The results of as a ji-S
j i -ty keeps Mules 1 ,. oflatfeo \ others
up no
in the economic problem cannot be LW; 'r. sine > R :I. Dean c*) to close t -accept .

estimated yet. Some of the white set I i I f\I'5 cor., ,A:f l: ; 1 You Ha\9 Aways! Bit t and feed bills e. Vrncr .V Now is the time ]\LL DEAL EEP TV." ..
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& tiers are already mnvling at ihe ,'t'A-1-" .te't H.E' ,. .-?,1 down tea'.. ",
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THE FLORIDA STAR: FRIDAY, JUNE 20, 1902. 7


1 i ABOUT -IITERIRY_ fijlK "Olympian Nights." To his surprise the Hats and Bonnets are fairly wonderful -

offer was to for the . . - .. -
accepted, the money paid, as size little ones. It ---- --- - ,- .. - .. -- -- - - - -- ---- ---
Some Bll of Personal- ( Gossip About and the agent after genially consuming would seem that the smaller the child

t? Their 'Va,... another half hour of Mr. Bangs' valuable the larger the hat Is to be. Thin mull,
%
(Special Correspondence] time departed with no further ref- batiste and In some cases liberty silt I

New York, June 17.-It is probably erence to the sermons. are used to build up the pretty hats.

' r pleasantly assuring for magazine readers "Evidently said :Mr. Bangs in" recounting These are for dressy occasions, and for .

to learn that th<$ editors of their favorite the incident, "he concluded I every day are many kinds of hats of

publications, those unseen. auto- was beyond the reach of religious in- rough straw trimmed with trailing

crats who bide behind sanctum doors I! struction." wreaths of field. flowers. Of these daisies

and select the dainties for the monthly buttercups and cornflowers seemto : . u.. .. .
repast, are real 'men of flesh and blood Hamlin Garland is camping in Illinois be best liked with forgetmenot last.

. sir, and. brains. who not only know litera.- in apicturesque region known as Very small boys are now put into The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been

: ture when they see it in manuscriptform Eagle's Nest, so named by Margaret pantaloons, and for them are fancy in use for over 30 years, has borne the signature of

but can themselves occasionally Fuller many years ago.RICHARD. Russian blouses with pastiche sailor and has been made under his per-

produce it. All this is pertinent to the TUPPER. collars; some of these plain and others c2cc- sonal supervision since its infancy

s fact that two assistant editors of lead- either ruffled: or embroidered and some .\llow no one to deceive you in this

ing magazines have each published this fOR HE 1 [ HE fOlK with both ruffles and embroidery. Tl( All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Jttst-as-good"aie but

season a volume of poems. materials for the boy's clothes are gala- Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of .

3E. The latest of these to see the light is Pretty and Sensible Dresses For Lit- tea, pique' and crash. It needs copper Infants and Children Experience against Experiment.

tle Girls. : bottomed and ironclad stuff to make
a dainty little book of verse by Mr. .
i (Special Correspondence.] durable clothes for the boys.
Robert Underwood Johnson, who, with What is CASTORIA
Sir. Gilder, directs the destinies of the New York, June 17.Little children There are pretty little Tams made

: seem to suffer more from heat than of white linen for the little men, and
Century Magazine. There is about Mr. Cast ria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare
t
Johnson's grown people, if we may judge from they have bands with fie name of
poems a distinct literary flavor. goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It
the fact that the summer days produce some famous Ship woven on the front.
You
recognize at once that this is contains neither Opium,. Morphine nor other Narcotic I
annoying and irritating eruptions on Some mothers put short socks on these
the product of a trained pen wielded bya substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
their little bodies, and we should try to little martyrs also, but the boys tell
man of fine fancy and deep thought. and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhwa and Wind '
The dress them in such a way as will conduce me they hate the socks for they are
poems are gemmed with rare and .Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
to their comfort as well as to provide always working down into the shoes
exquisitely colored metaphors, such as: and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the
for them. In fact.
dainty things and making wrinkles.
Along the mountain's altar crest Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy aud natural sleep
The russet deepens in the west. childhood is so tender and sweet that OLIVE HARPER.
The Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend.
Or this in a quatrain. entitled "Fcr nothing is scarcely fine enough to set

Tears:" beside their fresh delicacy without appearing Chamberlain's Pain Balm is an antiseptic -
r liniment, aid when applied to cuts, GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
Some birches coarse.,
from the winter snow un-
bruise0 and burn!', causes them to heal
bend, Wash frocks and thin white stuffsare
without maturation and much
And some lie prone the happy summer more :Bears the of -
long. the most suitable for every day and quickly than by the usual treatment. For Signature

Is grief but weakness? May it be, blithe for "best" white mull or muslin, with sale by B. R. Wilson & Son. .
friend!
;
The heavier burden stays but' on .the I lace or very delicate embroidery. For Over Sixty"ean..

strong? Swisses, with small dots, are not only Mrs. Winslo\\'s:: Soothing Syrup has

$: There is a strong human note in pretty, but quite strong, and they washso been used for over sixty years by millions -

} '_;, these verses, a quality which make well that nothing is better for after- of mothers for. their: children d

. them worth reading and remembering. noon wear. Dainty gingham frocks for \\hileteething: with perfect success. It
..:oothe; the'child, soften the gums, allays
\Ii- Another magazine editor who is also mornings or play are the.most satisfactory all pain, cures wind colic, awl is the best The KM You Have Always BoughtIn

L a poet is Mr. Robert Bridges, who assists for they wash and wear well. remedy for diarrh+ra. It will relieve the

t.t Mr. Burliugame in editing Scribner's. Chambrays are frequently seen with poor little sufferer immediately. Sold by

i'I- Mr. Bridges calls his book embroidery at the bottom, or else too druggists in every part of the world.TWl'llty.fh'e Use For Over 30 Ve rs.
cents a bottle. Be sure and
"Bramble Brae" Some of it comes I yoke,. belt and sometimes sleeves are of ask for- THE CENTAUR COMPANY. TT MURRAY <>TREE' ',-w'cw; rr TY.'
I "Mrs.1V'inslow'sSoothing: Syrup,
__ L ;! -h 'V'u m
very near being; real poetry if it is not all over embroidery.For and take no other kind. : {; .

.: the genuine article, while some of it is the warmest days short sleeves ---- -- -- --
He LIkeN
a Fan
I ,; pleasant, verse which the author would and square necks are the most com
The Chinaman carries: fan even ti
I: undoubtedly admit was nothing more. fortable. The thin zephyr ginghams are
he is a soldier on activoervice or il ,

exceedingly pretty, with their soft, he is going to his: execution. I The Seaboard Air-Line

I Mr. Robert W. Chambers, author: of silky feel, and they are not only cool, Railway

"Cardigan." was looking through the but practically indestructible.A Webster.It .

I; Harper composing rooms the other I pretty design for making a dress has been said of Webster! thai CAPITAL CITY ROUTE.

day: lIe stopped beside a monotype for a girl of from six to ten is to have asn1'311 when his Maker ga\v him those splcn e

the did eyes, the like of which no American The Shortest Route. The Best Line. '
machine and noticed that operatorwas square yoke made of something 4'ti
in public life has possessed befort
at work on one of his own manu white, lace or tucked muslin.! The dressis ,
or since, he was destined to become tht
scripts. Without revealing his identityhe cut so the gingham portion also I is orator, the embodiment of eloquence.There DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE i

remarked: square, but naturally larger. From the Including Sundays.TO ;

,. "That's pretty good manuscript yoke the dress is laid in box plaits, left i is more catarrh in this section of the +ti
t country than all other diseases put togttlitr.UK : ,
you're working on. to flare naturally a short distance below -
until! the last few years was supposed!> to
Savannah Columbia Southern Pines
the waist. Two or three tucks at he incurable. For a great many years doctor" ,
unconscious: the bottom give a little finish. Where pronounced it a Kx-al disease. and prescribed
heal n-imdicb, and b> constantly failing to Richmond, Washington, Baltimore,
j bors. "The handwriting's all right," ho the dress is of Chambray or other self cure with local treatment pronounced it in .

added. colored stuff a line of featherstitchingat curable. Science has proven catarrh to W a Philadelphia, New York,

"Oh," said Mr. Chambers, "you mean each tuck is an addition. The sleeve constitutional: disease and the rcfure requires
constitutional treatment hat Catarrh Cure,
the man writes poor stuff?" are but short rumps A little simpletrimming manufactured by F..1. ('ieney.c Co.. Toledo. Throl..l.g1'1.; P'\.1.11D.1.an.: Sic opor S.

"No; his stuff is pretty good." can be put on the sleeves and Ohio, is the only constitutional tireon the Only Line Operating Through Pullman Car Service Jacksonville .
market. It is taken internally in doses tYoin
"Well, what is the trouble with the at the edtre of the yoke. 10 drops to a tea--[Konful. It acts directly on to New Orleans.For y
.
.;, manuscript?" persisted the now curious Sashes are now quite the style again the bloat and mucous surfaces of the system.riuy further information write t'
,. offer one hundred dollar\ for any case E. L. HUNCH, .Sen. I'a,',. Agent. A. 0. M.uDoNELL. Jen. Pass Agent, (
author. for children, and if the dress is to be
it fails to cure. Send for circulars and t ,ti- Portsmouth. Jacksonville, Fla
t "Why, the man dote know how to worn afternoons a sash can be added 1l11llials.ddrels }'. 1. CHENEY & CO.. J.S.1.: BU1R. I'e-Prl..i.l4'nt i and Ck-neral :Manager.: -ttnifiith. :t.
I I. the with r' "Sold: by drusgists.: 75c. Toledo, O.Hall's iw
punctuate! said printer, of the same material or of some col n-
Family PilUaiv the best. --
scorn. in the pattern in plain :irood Washable

batiste sashes in pale blue. pill Army Foods. !

Apropos of Mr. John Kendrick Bangs' and white are seen the edges hemstitched All European armies have certain extras IF YOU WANT :w"BAR

Hew book:, "Olympian XtehK"; it is int or bordered with featherstitdiini weekly the way of food. Sugaris .. )1I
. KENTUCKY
: :. which will never go out of given iu England and [France two I
i of beer in Russia< half a ;gal!!.m
gallon
r 9oa fashion for the ornamenting of children's !! : r
llou-e [ that will]
p A Paint
of wine in ltal.three. [tuuiuK; of tr-h! :
trarments. In Spain; and live ounces of butler in wear and l Junkell.+ usePitkin's : 1llSI1ET
Tucks insetting of lace or One embroidery

are all favorites in the making Belgium <
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of the finest little dresses for the tender s who cherish
., i Quality;
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Premium : Sold by F..u. LO>Ut,1 II. I.. 'IOTI.O\\ .
I Ia ://v ; r e does not see it ; she Tltunv ilk, h'loi iil<..
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a .- j way There's many I
Paint. r
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it a sea of disease KIDNEY DISEASESare f '

1Ft'1i ?tT tTr .li 2i who is doing the None }better made: guaranteed -

: .; r. -'f same thin Klooking for+ five years.Pkin'sDarn.
.. ". -S the the most fatal! of all disc .1
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wrong ---- -- --
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; ) 't t t'- ;fi snatching at I eases. 1
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. $ ,, ; med1cinal I Iq '
:, :.' : _::: straws when the I PaintI 9 KIDNEY CURE III (

,, 1,1 Si life buoy, Dr. .
2r::, Tierce's Favorite Prescription !I I lLi u Guaranteed Reined/ ,

! is within her reach. -tandird "outinir for }barn I
, -' t I $ ;a t
r ;
ii J Many a woman has testified -
: "I know I should and roof work: will outhi-t ;.my or money refunded. Contains

not be alive to-day but for Pr Pierce's other barn paint on the mar : remedies recognized by eminent -
I. Favorite Prescription." This famous
medicine establishes regularity, dries ket. Do not aoeept a sub>ti- : physicians as the best for

4'I weakening drains, heals inflammationand tote A building: of any kind. Kidney and Bladder troubles. ,

ulceration, and cures female weak- well painted will last two ur ;, PRICE SOc and $1.00.
UMi: UOWXS FoK LITTLE UlllLb.id ,
ness.Weak an-1 sick ,especially those three times as one left
Lt I II women along
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.r IiI I, buds hum:1nitTho)1.. : .' who can afford suffering from diseases of long standing : b A r "i L! .: ALAi ti
of the elemt'nttI _. _
the -
I. it have the exquisite Mexican are invited to consult Dr.Pierce, by letter. I to mercy i -- .
themoJflth aingseJveintrcc'f.'Jrla..
I drawn work on the little drones but it / (:. All correspondence is held as I\ .

i U very costly., The next best is a ;good strictly private and sacredly confidential. I COLOR I CARDS ON APPLICATION.Oeo i ,
Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo N. Y.
,
l' ) quality of openwork embroidery mill "1 take pleasure \:\ writing to let M'U know: I Pu p 1
I ;.' \\ELI., w1LtTsT111 'H.lInH.h' last the Bulgarian: cross stitch work the great good I received from yonr 'f.I:1tt: W Pttkin Co NA

j. t terestfng to learn that Mr. Raid's himself This last is done in colors, red and blue Prescnutioa and \..ur Pleasant tV..etsa: >- ih. f
, Mrs. Nora Caddie: af Rio, Rut Co K> "I
p : sold the first ('oil). It seems that -i mostly. The lace insertions are light took seven or eight bottles of' Favorite Prescription I
; and one or two vials of the PelleU.'
: :' book agent called upon the author and and beautiful, but not so durable. Think I would have been in mv grave hold it CHICAGO and KANSAS CITY Feed.DONKEY h .
of not been for medicines It has been about .
a 11
five dollar copy children: are seen your
tried to sell him a This season many 11 "
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four months since I took the medicine I wasall -- --- EVERY d,
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volume of sermons by a famous divine. with short white socks and low slippers I run down had loss of appetite, could not -- SACK \ (J f .. ..
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r.. sleep at night was nervous had backache -\D\ll lfoTR.AR'OTICE. \;':1'1't' ..
' :Mr. Bangs, feeling no immediate need with straps over the ankles.: These black spots on my limbs, and sick headache: ill ocet i V; ii'
1 1. :1>'., the time. I have not hid sick headache since I Notice is hereby: 'towyf to all com't-rnwl'
of the sermons, made repeatedto ff ipan'd on r Str to s;fney also s veryy.ed. \\0 took your medicine.- that sic months fro1.Jte: I will present my :I b KEEPS of tieew,,.

rid himself of the agent, but t Indian river,;: tiot'liltattais; of pnll-j-\ t land; Clr. "Favorite Prescription" makes weak final accounts andetiot[ >the lion A. i). :I # MULES l'elftl 'cd.r.' ... tr

Finding that rebuffs were uaMfollgiji e r. hsl gs'Pf.i t ;neir firstillc a'' women strong, sick women well. Acceptno Florida Penney,, for county my dill OW is 81.-.t(as Brevard adrc'nutrator county. r! AND FEE\OI up iIl'j

That, too, :cou ( Ex\'r\ teJIormisntur *>stitute for the medicine which SiLLS DOW v '
i .__he tried persuasion. FatPles. The s" the estate of E Iv Forlataatlu' -*-f''J edt of 1L
brW-rfefc ?ill 1 Jf" wnte.' 1 .J lrv1aT ....i gl-' venders for weak women.DllFtierce's .
en a :: fW.occur t barm. It the stc wor ? said county. fine one Seedil 1 j -
Fla t..as. J Pleasant Pellets diz- x.xtra
cure Wministrat
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. .8. --.THE. FLORIDA STAR f FRIDAY; JUNE 20, 19C2. i-t

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; COCOA BUSINESS DIRECTORY. EAU GALLIE. FOR FIERCE.
}t commission merchants, spent a couple of

; Welcome rains during the past week in Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Nesbitt, of Ean days in town.lIo8quitoes.

Embalmer' :' this district. Gallie, are now settled in town. *. came in full force Saturday
r< plies Tinning and Pipe Fitting, Repairing J
ti1. Y of Every Description Agent for Beveridge 'C. B. Gifford, of TIbbals, was the guestof The school bell has arrived, but will night. These are the first of the season, 1

: | ".:. Steam Cooker. A. R. Hodgson, on Sunday.W. not be put in the belfry until fall. and we trust that they will make their
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under the weather :Mrs. Gilbert Miss of Kis- stay a short one.
'r.- FRANK LIPP-Practical Shoemaker Forty J. Nesbitt was and Morgan,
.' '. yean experience; all kind of repairing this week, but is again about as usual. simmee, are visiting their sister, Mrs. D. J.S. Danforth, of this town (who wentto /p
'V :':'" done, nice and cheap; also ladies''and men's L. Alderman. Spokane, Wash., to start for the gold
Miss Mozell Williams, of Melbourne,
shoes made to order.
L,,;- .: ',:. was the guest*of Mies Hodgson the past Mr. F. H. Fee's new building is near- regions), writes his friends that he has
/t. > GO TO J. M. SANDERS, The Old Reliable arrived
week. ing completion, which will be ready for safely. There is a great jam of
: ; : Store for good, fresh and reliable goods and
people starting getting ready to start
F ";_ V V such as Dry Goods, Saddlery, Crockery, The Canaveral is in Titusville being occupancy soon.

t .e "., ..,r..,,.. .i Hats,Trunks,and a full line of Groceries. copper painted and repaired on the Nelson Prof. James R. Pomeroy is on the sick try.for the Mr.Clearwater Danforth Basin-the is now in Stites gold; ,coun Ida

t k: ;;, V JARVIS HOUSE-Openallthe year round. ways. list at his home, in North Ankona. His ho, and says that the worst! of the trip is

V :_ ;, Pleasant Rates location$2.00 facing per day the,special river on terms riverfront by Mrs. Treutler left Tuesday for Chicago, many friends wish him speedy recovery.W. before him from Stites to Thunder mountain P rottr

the week or month. Ill, where she will spend the next twoor H. McFarland, of Titusville; R. B. his destination. Snow and ice make i ( $a 7

-- three months.A. Stewart, of Brantly, and Frank Wooteo, traveling bad. -
of Cocoa, were in town last week looking Wrecked :
: i ..... .V I INDIAN fLYER RIPmS. R. Hodgson is erecting a chimney at up their interests in the coming primary. '
. ": the north end of Ruthven Cottage, his Your home and property
. ; Mrs. Frank M. Tyler has received a should be protected by.... .
home on Magnolia avenue. 1 ;
.: ,. ; .c, '\ t Ifwagrapha Personal, and Newsy Briefs liberal donation of fifty dollars from =ult'8 pIThis Insurance e ;

at Towns Along the Coast. The Kathleen returned to Eau Gallieon Hon. H. M. Flagler for St. Andrews I .

J., \ Saturday last, going again to Cocoa church, which will l be a great help in from FIRE. LIGHTNINGand 'I I
COCOA. this week to finish the contract. furnishing it. CYCLONES. The expense f
p ..... '. is small 't
compared to
fails
popular remedy never
t Mr. and Mrs. John Gore's1ittle daughter The heavy winds from the east last Miss Grace Ready left last Thursdayfor effectually CIreyspcpsia the risk of a catastrophy v i

Y'F" is sick. week drove many of the fist boats into Tithsville to attend teachers' examina ) Constipation Si* .' like this. Write to or ask 'jJ
;
;, Mr. Moore is marshal during Mr. Pow- the Eau Gallie river for protection. tion. From there she will go to her home Schnyler & Branning, TUusvni, :o.!.!

". ell's absence. in Illinois to spend the summer, return- headache, BiliousnessAnd
j \ James and Joseph Dukes have been ill for reliable information, .. :t
.
j., ing here in September. ALL DISEASES ansin? frcm ,.
be increasing etc.,
V The dancing class seems to -rates '
for some time, and under the doctor'shands.
( in interest. Drs. Holmes and Peek are in Residents, bear in mind the public Torpid Liver and Bad Dig;std:, ------------- 'ji

''f!:. r Mrs. Better and father were shopping attendance. I library room, at the schoo! house, is open The natural result is good apr-ctti. E. L. MOTLOW 1 1o
and solid flesh. Dose small; eeg<.i>t
. Tuesday 2 to 5 p. m., and Saturday evening -
: .
" ', in Cocoa on yesterday.Mr. The Walden! Grove, Mr. S. E. Barbour' from 7 to 10. Those woo are not ly sugar' ceded and easy cu sTake w ""

;. Caunata, of Georgiana, left for owner, is showing grand growth since the members of the library association will No Substitute. r-:-. tffl : i

:' : New Jersey on Monday. recent rains. This is the finest grove in be small o 0 t
.. only obliged to Ild.iya fee for - -- -------- o Q.

} ::. :Miss Susie Mims, of Bonaventure, is Eau Gallie. boons and magazines. Miss Paxon is EAST COAST MEAT MARKET. o 0o

(_' visiting Miss Vera Hibbs. Chris Hoehr has launched his schooner, librarian. : :

< ..: Competition has lowered the price of the Xirnrod. This vessel is in better The Fourth of July committee progressing G. F. DUREN, Agent, ,

.t: .t meats, for which we are grateful. shape than ever, and will do good work finely with their work. The

', McMillan and of Eau for her owner.C. tournament track and'race track have
Mr. daughter,

C". .. V Gallie, were in town yesterday. B. Gifford, of Tibbals, is in Eau been completed, and a good number of Florida '
entries in
'r both events have been made. \\viNE3'UQUO:
L> Mrs. Wade will leave today] for Washington Gallie fitting out his launch, the EmmaL. Entries for the boat races are also coming V and
1 city whew she joins Col. Wade. ., with a new gasoline motor, and giv V
in, and a fine race may be expected. \\Vesten kV
ing the vessel a general overhauling.
: Mr. John Powers has been appointed All those who will be with us on the 4th _

'i marshal. He will make an efficient one. J. A. Gilbert has just erectel in his will have a good time. Most of the candidates CatS _P r, ,_p 1

'. :, V Mr. and Mis. Whittaker will move to Eau Gallie home one of the finest carved for county offices have written to r

f', the Robinson residence on Brevard ave and polished marble mantels on the east the committee that they will be here the or allKinds. u. L

nu&t coast of our state. Mr. Gilbert is also 4th, and a chance will be given all to saya

" making other improvements on his Eau few words to the people. .
of last week FINE WHISKIES WINES BRANDIES
;:' 4 # Mrs. Jarvis left Thursday Gallie real estate. ,
: for Chicago, where she expects to spend The box festival and ice cream sociable GINS, BOTTLED BEERS.

t ,: the summer.. t held at the Fort Pierce hotel Thursday I
On the first indication of kidney trou- ;
k ,. Titusville Florida. "TITUSVILLE
evening; June 12th, far the benefit ofSt. and COCOA.
We know Clarence ple, stop it by 'taking Foley's Kidney
s, are glad to Boyette .
Andrews church decided '
Cure. Sold Wilson & Son. was a fcuc-
f. is improving. He has been very low with by and The
cess, socially financially. amount
) 'i. typhoid fever. MELBOURNE.Moonlight raised was forty dollars clear, which will Jas. Pritchard & Son I L

I* used in furnishing the church with ,
t ..1 1 t :Mrs. Weinberg has teen quite iick, butt promenades on the city dock
:)i is improving at this writing we are are now in order. lights, and other furnishings needed. The Headquarters

pleased to state. festival began at o'clock with auctioning for. . . .
1:' Mr. C. McBride is having his lot on off the beautiful lunch boxes, with the

i.;; Mrs W. E. Booth has been confined to Front street improved.Mr. owners' names inside, Mr. T. J. O'Brien 1

:< ,i her room for several weeks with an attack H. 0. Snedeker has been visiting kindly acting as auctioneer. There were HARDWARE .i
.
of rheumatism. friends in Eau Gallie ''ately. over thirty boxes, many of them handsomely ,
.
: '. decorated and
t. Mr. and Mrs. Aldrich, Mrs. Lipp and Miss Mozell Williams has been spend- they brought high

r'i i Mary White ate at Cocoa Beach for a ing a few days in Ean Gallie. prices. After the sale of the lunch boxes ...Tinware, Crockery, Stoves... l

n short! stay this week. there was a lively time, each gentleman Boat Goods Paints Oils
\ I Mr. Ernest Taylor, of Eau Gallie, was finding the owner of his box, and. proceeding ,

': ', Clarence, the oldest child of Mr. and in town Saturday and Sunday. to the dining tables all ate heart andVVOODENVV f

'-" Mrs. S. S. Jones, fell from a tree and sustained Plenty of ripe watermelons, and fresh ily. Ice Creal-H, cake and lemonade were A.R.E.: 1
"
", "' fractured, wristbone. peaches Slid bananas in market. served during the evening. Then followed -
[ Write for prices.
I. a dance, which was enjoyed by all
_ hiss! Ann Singleton, after an absence Miss Beatrice Farley, of Malabar, has TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.
I until wee morning hours. Music by Mrs.
' of several years, arrived home Wednesday been visiting friends in Melbourne.Mrs. Heartstone. Box 212. '

: +.' ; to remain during the summer. John Goode spent Sunday with ---

her Mrs. L. C. Moore Ko JAMES PKITCHABD. President W. M. BROWN Vice-President. C. S. SCHUYLER Cashier
daughter at
Mr. Osteen has charge of the Hillside !:>e- WHITK CITY.

dairy. :Mr. Lapham, owner of this and land.Mr. )Jr. J. W. M osier; and son Archie were ,

Mt. Ararat dairy, at Daytona, i is:! kept Sam Martin has returned home out from Jensen last Sunday. INDIAN RIVER STATE BANKI

busy. from Sebastian, where he helped build a Mr. Jensen has been having some

i j Miss Capron, of I.otnsJessl'S.. Tuttle fine boat. much needed repairs done on the Bow County Depository.

cat, and Cannata, of Geogiana, Mr. Provost, Mr. Porson Paddison, of Fort Pierce, ery. Authorized Capital,$100,000.
of Lotus Mrs. Sharpe of Sharpes and was a guest of Postmaster Goode and
Messis.!; Win. Ganson, Ira Lamont and
i- Capt. Bradwell, Atlanta, were in Cocoa family last Sunday.Mrs. Call Christen were up from Jensen Paid up Capital, $ 25,000.

:!' this week. Mary Willhite, of Jacksonville, Sunday, visiting friend and relativesMr. Average Deposits: $100,000.TRANSACTS .

, '( A arrived; last Friday, and will spend a few Bates' has sick for A .
I Chicago man has leased the (). K. : baby been very

Wood building far a hotel. He takes weeks in :\lellJourne.The some time, and life is disp.iired: of. The General Banking Business. :

- : t possession about August 1st. The property carpenters are putting up a water family have the sympathy of many

( fc:.i V i ijf being repaired and will greatly tank and pumping station in Melbourne friends. Largest and Oldest :TM

1 ,I, improve the appearance of Delannoy for the F. E. C. railway. Everybody here was delighted to havea Bank OH the IUv r.

, I' avenue. day of rain last Friday. It was of
. t.l t. I one V
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Miss Kittie Martin came home last F
1 I thos scarce days in which the failedto Exchange Bought and Sold on VV -
f ; The St. Augustine Record of Saturday weeks on a \isit. She has been teaching sun
j. :' ;!.. states that Mrs. :Maud Jones, of Cocoa, school at Viking lately. I show its bright face at all. Very seldom all Foreign Countries.

.;. was brought there several days ago to the I does this occur here. Patronage appreciated Prompt im.n.pulitctreatment ; .

.' home of her mother, :Mrs. Teahen, on St. Messrs. Fee & Stewart furnished the Mrs. I. P. Christensen returned from :ande\er far<."+>iihMt i .I it
Francis new windmill that is being erected for I with conservative l thanking: granted.
street, suflermg from typhoid Jacksonville last Saturday, where she has
fever. Her condition remains unchanged the use of Hotel Carleton. I I11' II been for four weeks visiting her daughter, CORRESPONDENTSSeaboard :

i' sing arriving theie. :\ and \lrs..J.: T. Hood and Mrs.Mairgie Mrs. J. Ole en. Her daughter and son- and National National flank Bank of Jacksonville.of New York s

: Johnson took to Jensen in I in-law returned with her.STU.UT.. 'VK
"The Breakers" was played to a full a trip
TITUSVILLE
i\'". house Thursday night of last week. Ice Mr. Hood's trim little launch. FLORIDA.

t ; cream was served after the play, and a Messrs.V.. Scotland A. J. Goodespent
Mr.
C. Schroeder has suit of
a new
dance followed.
E J f' The amount realized last :Monday evening on the beach and I| 'ails for his fast
; I was forty-four dolhus. We feel! det>plyt turtle skip-jack. The Lamp of
brought home some egis. I! Steady Habits
grateful to the good people of Cocoa and Misses Ida and Edith Baker spent Sun-

J "* the neighboring towns for their presence Mr. Ed. Sumerlm and party, of Saint day with relatives in Jensen. FU TV lamp that doesn't flare up or smok. or cause you -*_-

and to the children especially for Lucie, stopped Melbourne: Tuesday to {i Deputy Sheriff Johns slowly mending j" .,t >to"u-u.10:"c.bad,it ati'l language I :sta.Kxl; ; the; the lamp lamp,that that!t.6ti>utj&i.tver,'I\i when will- \

the good order during;, the performance. have his launch put in order by Cajit. .\. from a sickness of seven weeks duration. ./: #i-T. ."r&, U1o 1v part with erne you hate it. that -> .
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J. Goode. ;:: The
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:Mrs. l.. D. Hoke was the guest of Mr. .1r4t Rochester.V
War Memorial at Cape Town ?,
Huckleberries are plentitul and the I and Mrs. II. W. Betsey; for a couple of i 1: t Other lamps may l>p offered you a. "just a-s !'(Mhi "_ -
children return from theyinav I Ijt-, In sow;- fe |jH-cL,, hut! f of are happy as they days last week. -
The archbishops Jiterbury, I IKtherms only Olle. Tilt'IV Much -t"r. T, wake '
I York, Armagh and Dublin and tho the woods with well filled baskets, which sure the lamp offenni you is' ermine, l bk for the name ';
R. H. Iticou of Jensen
is
having; his out ; every lamp Las it. (3uo; Varieties.
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retail 10 cents
at
a of Scotlaud have expressed they per quart.
primus I
launch Anita overhauled Old
thoroughly at
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their approval of the proposal to erect Williamson of Micco Lane's boat necan t every 1.111"! want. Noiiiatt. fe '
:Mr. Joseph was j shop. ll. r.\\I..twr yoU r' :..
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the eastern portion of the new Cape ., : wanta: lit" lamp or Jxir. an old one n-mire l '.r r. tin- O ..
memorial of the in town Tuesday looking after the inter-1! G. W. Gorton made a business trip to ...t'J I.-!" J 1. .a vamount,'il 'r ..Hhr make of lamp/ t/'a.I&"I'IH'! ,' : -.' "
Town cathedral as a ests of good roads. We also noticed that l Wtst Palm Beach ,.'_ 'tP ell. int. a New Rochester. we can do it. Ltt us . -
war and to preserve therein the names Friday night, returning ;p / 1' Messrs. L. G. Brainard, Edward Cecil and :Sunday morning.A. We are SPECIALISTS in the treatment: of diseases of
of all who have been killed in actionor ..
\ E. Svedeiiu, of Valkaria, and uther citi- : -.i Lamps. Consultation FkLE
died of wounds disease since the L. Lane made a business: trip to rr ka.tn. THE ROCHESTER LIMP
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Park
zens, were in :Melbourne for the same Place SSBan-la: St.. New York. tI
i. war l began, 110 matter to what denomi- West Palm Beach Monday night, return- ,,
good cause. j
\ nation they may have belonged, says 4 jI ing Tuesday morning. .- -
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lit -f \. t the London Telegraph The lists 1 I The pineapples are beginning; to movenow INVENTORY I SALE. --
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which are being compiled
Two carloads left
I \ l Wednesday. Pineapple -
\: returns, will Include not only soldiers, p Only 50 Cents i j buyers here in force.
t r but also all civilians in receip.t of war
J .. ,V .' t '.-..... _, office pay, and will be arranged by to make your baby strong and I I Miss A. J. Kitching is home again aftera 1 C. L. i' Cull Ceiling, at $10.00 per :M.

f ;;. If,"'.... units, each list to be placed in the part well. A fifty cent bottle of delightful vacation of three months at i ; Cull Flooring, at 812.00: ( ) per M.
I IScott'
i -. iOO r the' building allocated to that por- Emulsion West Palm Beach and Xeptune. 1 u Common Hough Boards:; at $13.00 per 1I.

lion of the empire represented by the Miss Alice who has been
1 > K Kitching, visiting A. cV Matched: Novelty Hiding, at $10.00
l ; oulLJaiL The cost of the memorial will will chan ckly baby to\\ I relatives in Stuart, returned to her '" ". per M
.; ... The fe about $175,000, toward which about tug mL child. home at Neptune on Saturday last. PMr. ....w,1t".l" .. Tin:age aC, .BOe"r, ,,; chew'\u.cloe. them ont,
a plump, t 'r .1 .. Q clQ .tfietn t
jbo.OOO has been subscribed.I )J r"p ?uJU out.
1[. Only onto 1R.y: :a day, think\ Stantey Kitching and sister Mid I' ,/ mcreQft: } to ,c CIem
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f DR&Y1XG. c :' d'1 1.t.sl 1__J .e as cream. A. J. Kitching were the guests of M* "..)W is t EAti 4 *;. .' .

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draying
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