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: July 4, 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: VID00633
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
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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J- remained to the end of the war the Don't Fall To Try This. 1
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drillmaster and Inspector of the American Whenever an honest trial is given to 13 fr "THE EAST COAST OP FLORIDA "l1 ...

..Cii. army. Electric Bitters for any trouble it is rec- is PARADISE REGAINED.! '

L : Old World Soldiers Of the two Polish -allies Kosciusko ommended for, a permanent cure will Jif ) 1

.. g and Pulaski, Kosciusko came before surely be effected. It never fails to tone 1 .
the stomach regulate the kidneys and

t : And July Fourth : in Washington answer to In the 177C question as a volunteer, "What and can nerves bowels,ami stimulate purify the the liver blood., invigorate It's a wonderful the FLORIDA EAST C tST R AILVIAY.t Wfif '

you dor simply said. "Try me." General tonic for rundown systems. Electric -

I : JONATHAN, JOYCE Gates the American commanderat Bitters positively cures kidney and
Y of LOCAL TIME CARD No. 41. In Effect June 8 1902.
Saratoga: said that the noble Pole liver troubles, stomach disorders, nerv- ,

1 Wi Copyright, 1902, by was the best engineer he ever saw. and oueness, sleeplessness, rheumatism; neuralgia '

I -s American Press AssociationFIVE the fact that Kosciusko laid out the and expels malaria. Satisfaction SOUTH BOND-RE DOWN. NORTH80U" D-RAD UP. ....
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which baffled is evidence guaranteed by J. B. Screven. Only 50 1 78'No.
lines Burgoyne Ro.: 39No. 35 No.
.** *,* ***** ** that the compliment was no idle cents. Da.lly Da.111 MAIN LP.E. Dilly' D 21 J'j
one. Kosciusko also planned the defenses OA.15iTORIA.
of the brilliant soldiers of 5 CO p 1015aILv.....................Jacksonville .....................Ar 7 03p 8 COa 1
i 5 old world who drew their of West Point on the Hudson: Bean tie iha Kind Yon Han Always Bought 8 C3p'1O 3a Lv...................ST.Jacksouvtlle.............. ....Lv a C2j, 843& .. ;
served as one of Washington's adjutants 613p'I13)a A7Rust1. e....................... C Sp 1 Uatr K645p13C3p
to battle for American Signature ....... .................. ..F.a.stim:8......................... Up 7Ctia C
X, Independence especially deserve ; and fought under Nathanaei of :: 7 C3 p 1313 p ........................Eat: P3.1a.cka........................ t Up 6O& a tr ae
Greene in the Carolinas. t) 7 3Jp1J51r .......................... Neoga. ........,................ t lIp II l1a !.
'to be remembered on the Fourth of his Count - ; 747pIlC3r ..........................Dnnnells........................... 404p tr06. tI nil::
July.] Two of the number Frenchmen Like compatriot Kosciusko Are You '"' 7 53 P 113p ..........................1n.Pont..e........ 3 6J t. 6 tiva rvU ,;
were Casimir Pulaski had fought for free. Going Away e19p 143p ..........................Ormolu.......................... 323p b3a: asF
S # Lafayette and Rocbambeau; two dom and : s 33j r 1 Rip ..........................DayrolJa.......................... 3 Up b 2 la t"
i e: Poles, Kosciusko and Pulaski.] and one. In Poland there was a priceon For the Summer? t 8 33p :: Cip ........................Port OrlDg: ....................... 3 03p 6 Ha a. a
his head when he left France at the 9 C3 II 2 Zap ........................Sew Srnrr"a....................... 147 p 4 Ma w to',
Steuben. a German of the German of Ben Franklin in 1777. .<.: ... .... 2 tSp ..........................Oak .......................... ::3 2tp...... ::::8;
Lafayette, impulsive and brave. Instigation THEN GO TOSeabreeze fZ ...... 321p ........................Titu"vile." ..... .................. 143 ...... ;
i! ?> young to offer his sword to Washington. Aft -< :7 ....... 353p ............................Cot."a.........:.................. 113pi....... :) a3
a Is perhaps the hero of them all in .a with ....... 401p .........................Rockled a......................... 1.1Jp .......
romantic sense. He captivated the er a brilliant exploit Washing d ...... 43)p ............. ............Eau Gallie......................... :Z iJp ...... a ;-rE
' ton's bodyguard at the battle of Bran $ ....... 4391 .................. ......le1bourne......................... 2 331' ....... :;cue
American fancy by his noble hearing he x 0 ....... 513p ........................ ..Sebastian ......................... 11 C.J ........ :; i.
and his unshrinking devotion. Without dywine was appointed brigadier is .. ... 6 CSI' ..........................St. Lu<'ie.......................... 11 u5a ..... S'? :
general. His corps of lancers became ...... 620p ........................FortPIer ........................ ') ....... 9.' ...
t him France would probably never under the "Pulaski's le r F ...... 6 21p .,.......................\.hitp.Clty................... ...... 1045& ..... gay"
': have become the ally of the patriots; famous name :or. ...... S i1J' ...........................Tibbals..........................to33a....... !:
gion." After various adventures in the More Good Roads Finer Beach for g....... 6 tap ......................... ..Eden............................1028e....... 5 I'
{ without him Rocbambeau would net north Pulaski the of Lincoln ....... 6f r ............. ..............Jensen."............. .......... 19 2sa ....... c ::: .
have led a French army on American joined army Bathing, and Better Fishing than at any a ....... 7COp ............................S" ............:..........1 t 14 a ....... .0 o '
in the south and finally received a other Resort in Florida. ....... 7:0p ........................H.ope Sound......................... 9 ....... :;' ':$ .
battlefiells, and but for hIs influence while] the C-< ....... tip ..................... ..\\estJupit r......................... 9 ....... t:11 .
In Paris SSteuben: would not have been mortal wound commanding ....... lQP .....................\\'est Palm Beach..................... 8 ....... .Q I- _
American cavalry at Savannah. The e11111 ....... .7 ..................... ..Boynton......................... 32a.......... ;::
enlisted in the fight for human liberty JO .\TH'JOYCE.. .... ..... 933p .......................Ft. I auderdJ.Je....................... ....... g
on American soil. As an aid on the staff ... ...... ::lp ........................Lemon Clty....................... 6 .. ...... W
, Y and ....... 1333pAr. ..... ... ...... ..... ...Miami------------------------L t .......
Very Remarkable Cure for Diarrhoea.
tx "About six years ago for the first time The Breakers

in my life I had a sudden and severe attack BRANCH LINES SCHEDULES.
of diarrhoea," says :Mrs. Alice Miller !-

Morgan, Texas. "I got temporary The two largest and most: commodious N3.57 I No. 65 No.53 No. 49 No. 47 PALATKA No. 46 No.50 No.5t No,561.Iaily.
relief, but it came back again and again, Summer Hotels at Seabieeze, will be under 1.II.11y I 1.Iaily I 1.1011 y I lMi..y I BRANCH. I bail -1 I !Jaily I 1.Iaily I Daily :: -t733pI

and for six long I have: suffered the exclusive management of COL.C. &
;> years
635p 433p 114aa 25 Lv t'alatks tizOa 71 ia:345p 55p 75p
:{.:. more misery and agony than. I can tell. C. PbT during the summer season of 760 ) G t :qyJ12! CS p 16 a. ir E.l'a.atka.! Arl 601 It 655 a 13 23 p 5 OS 7 C5 p
, '" It was worse than dt'ath.1\, Iiusl>an
Jt., ,>:, spent hundreds of dollars for phyj-ieian's assistant.-, assuring the best No. 61 I N3.45 ( SAN MATEO BRANCH' J No.46 No..58
Daily Daily Daily
Steubenit' prescriptions and treatment without service and] every attention to gnt'sts.

j'J. Putashi avail. Finally we moved to Bosque county, 75j p a Lv........................East ..........................
t.'f.: our present home and one day I happened PRdF. LAN DOLT'S ORCHESTRA, a 151' r. 8' It I Ar. ... ............ .. .. .8an Matt'o..L'::: -I 535&23p I

L rRecharbeat to see an advertisement of Chang 'No.23 I 6'I I I-- h..24Satu
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berlain's Cholera Colic and Brought from New York to the Colonades '') No.2t I o. No..17 11o. 6 MAYPpRT I ND. 18 No. 20 No. 22 S ttur t
.!...i..:. :.. ii : with Diarrhoea !last winter, will play twice each day during \ & SUll. batty I';D.tit y 1.Ially I V.11 y BRAlCH anun Da v Daily I Daily Daily. .t Sun.only. ".
fJ. Remedy, a testimonial of a man who bunt '
: ; ; la the season.A _I I.- _L !___ 0 I V. !
Jiad been cured by it. The case was:! so 9 pI G iJ i' i 5J :2C3p! 33.aLvJaeksonvilteA: j tlQ IL ; 84-) Cap 613p 93p :
.If'.4. tt. similar to my own that I concluded to Play Room for children. 9531) 6E3 ;il 4511' ) L "SJackson'lleL\.. 6t2a1832&12fZI'! GCZp 91111 .;
; ..,, IcascttuKo. try the remedy. The result wa wonderful. 1: 3J1 7:41' : 33p :: t3pt010s l' ", 0 Bt' 620a8(0ai373p! ; 533p 34)n1323p
,. : 7Z3p533p! 243p101.ia A.lantit' Ech 613ai765a1215p: i 525p 8 33 P7U'li56Jp
:,... I could hardly realize that I was Rates;2.00 to $2 C 0 per day; $10.00 to 13t P 3CJIjlQ30a\r IaYP'1rt Lv 6001lliHa130Jm snp 3i3p : r
well again, or believe it could i l.e so after 12.00 week.
.. )'t'J per Dixie Flyer: r.lute Seeping Car operated oa: trains Ii and 2-.
,.'!' having suffered so Ion:, but that one Special rates to families for the season .
.' bottle of medicine, costing) but a few '
i,-,''.-, cents, cured me." For sale by B. It. Address! C. C. POST, Not I SANFORD I No. 12/1/ No 3 N,. 1 I ORANGE CITY I No. 2 I too. 4 'f
:. 11/! Wilson & Son, druggists. eabree/.e Fla. Daily BHANCH .. i I D..I1) Daily BRANCH f D.4ily Daily .
1 OJ a Lv..Tttusvtlle..A 123 p !' 3 OS plIO! N a LV.\. 215 p 55' p
''- I : lia.l.v. ..... : ...... 1C7PI! 343p1l21a ,J.v..l.akpHptt'n..Lv 13 p iUp
THEY FOCGHT FOR LIBERTY IN AMERICA Ku inmel. 8 33 a. Lv..Osteen..Lv 115'! a. 'CJ p It 39 a. .Lv.. .Oran p CItV.. .Lv 123 p 'U P
r' Kummel, a sweetened spirit imported H. A. HODGES 8 b5 a Lv..Env.'rprise....Lv,1130 a :f, 4 03 P 114i a \ City: jet.Lv 115 p t 15 p
7i. of Washington Lafayette showed such from Russia and Germany, derives its 900n.-\ . ...."mford. . .Lv.nCOa.! !

Rt gallantry in battle united with genius These Time Ta'-lps show the times at whi-h trains may be erected to arrive and dep tri
title from tbe German atsuma lIighh I'la.
name of the several but their arrival the times stated <
for from the stations or departure! at 9 nut JTUarantet-d.:
doing the he
\ that
l' right thing was herb cumin with which It !s flavored, nor does the Company hold itself responsible for any delay or any consequence arising there
" given the command of troops. At Monmouth Dealer in and Mauufacturersof from. ,
I though caraway seeds are also used
c' he saved the division first in
for tbe same purpose. YELLOW PISE Peninsular and Occidental Steamship Connections at Miama.
trusted to the notorious Charles Lee
f from disaster and disgrace The Persian Crown. BETWEEN MIAMA, KEY WEST AND HAVANA.

Returning to France, he succeeded In The royal crown of Persia, which

t':. securing a land and naval force to dates: back to remote ages, is in the Fruit and Vegetable Crates; SOUTHBOUND. NORTHBOUND.

: serve as an auxiliary to Washington's form LT. MiamaMoi s. Weds. ................11 0' p Lv. Havana, Tues,Thurs ...... ..........10 00 a
:. of a pot of flowers, surmounted Ar. Key \\(=tTues. Thurs............. .12 33 p.r.. Key ,,"pst,Tues.T'.urs........... ..... 6 30p
f command in the colonies. The result Estimates furnished for bills .............
by an uncut ruby the size of a Lt :1'i complete ? Lv. Key West Tu -s. Thurs 733p Lv.K.y11'est.Tues.Thure..7C3p
.; 'was the dispatching of a French fleet egg lumbci be delivered at allY point on tiv Ar. HavanaVetls.. F 1'. . .. .. . . .. . .. 5 'Q 1Ar.. ?o'ama.Veda.. Fris... . .. .. ... . . . 6
0 under D'Estaing and 6.000 soldiers led .- . East Coan. For copy of Local Time Card address aaygent..
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by Rochambeau. Lafayette was givena -
:., special corps of light infantry made :M.1: I n. l I.. nOD
; of colonials. This
' up body he led to

'. Virginia to fight the traitor Arnold. who Dentist. DR. M 0 FrETT'S = '

had gone over to England's side By a
Oificc at residence just south of courthouse.
.I junction with "Mad Anthony" Wayne Only first class work, at sreatTITI'SVILLE t
Lafayette headed off the British invasion t
ly rPthll''tl !\ : ;s. i4JTI.ILVA .

t of the interior of Virginia and FLOUIIIA. ,
caused"the retreat of Coruwallis to

Yorktown. which ho and his army never 1 '\ '.\ ) ; II. J0>t>, ( TEETHING POWDERS) = _

left except as prisoners to Washington
BUCK Srarxos, Ark. eRev.
: e,t. 18 1301.
and the gallant allies. RE.\L EhTATE. AM) INSURANCE ... W. Berry(of Art'nsasUetbodlst Conference writes:) "Enclosed find fifty cents for*huh pleas mail m
Rochambeau was with Wasuingtou two package of TE"T: :iISA. : : wewonderhowwehave raise'ichilh-enwi.hottit.Thenther ja> a 'lady ID !1I&Iun I
LOANS: AND ('OLT.ECTIOXS, sent U+ a p! '-kae: i It at,a most opportune line;oar babe was in a se-;ou9 coadit.); ins bowtli hi!
: all through the brilliant campaign br1 i nktiaiionuiiionf. ->:' ', .> -lc 'ur>; that we gave ilid any good; tb' secoi >1 dUlls of I l.e LH!: tttfei t relief and he ha*hill DO further troabla. Other msmbtra of we fJ.r.1il hive tiled it aua does *
every -g
i which deceived Clinton, at New York, TITl'S\'lI.I.K FLA. been perfect sactesi.

t: and enabled the allies to ii'-ske' a hasty

!f march to Yorktowu. With the French
Hodgson Bros.
L; contingent Washington ms'de! a feint ,

';:" to attack New York from New Jersey, 1i
: but Instead slipped away to Virginia ,

o.' hemming iu Cornwallis on the north as m

i. : Lafayette with the help of a French Servicerequires General Merchants 1

> '- force brought by Count de Saint.Simon i to FACTORY LOADED SHOTGUN SHELLS'

'I' i,.. in the ships of De (>ra&se. bad done physical and mental "New
Rival" "Repeater"F is' i iI
) .. on the south. In the fighting at York- ability of a high degree to it

town Hocham eau and Saint-Simon withstand its hard labors. The SHIP CHANDLERS.Special !t
',' led the French. ; -.r ; i;
,..,' high tension to which the s' you looking shotgun ammunition -
Baron Steuben was a Prussian of nervous system is constantly facilities l for Repairing and Storing ; .
I :
the land of Frederick the Great who subjected, has a depressing effect Yachts and Launches. .M, 'a the kind that shoots where you f

" lIe was did a great not call admirer himself of a Wu German and soon headache, back: Marine 1t iIw. ty. ;'f 'I'-/./.:..!--:I P.M.. ".;< ycur gun, buy XX'ir.chestcr Factory int. ;

",.;. the sense of today, but a Prussian. ache, neuralgia, rheumatism, -- ------- Loaded Shotgun Shells: "New Rival," loaded with
sciatica in
etc., develop
-t.: George The Teutons during in the the revolution service were of King the form.. Such was the case severe of Beggar Weed Seed ,l:.; Black powder; "Leader" and "Repeater," loaded:!

+ subjects of the Prince of HesseCassel I Mail Carrier S. F. Sxveinhart, if.; with Smokeless. Insist upon having WinchesterIv.ctory ;

". and had been hired out at so much : of Huntsville, Ala., he says: "
i ID: ,:. per head to fight wherever ordered. "An attack of pneumonia left me VELVET BEANS ; : Loaded Shells, and accept no oth r2..

,.'''-:. After fighting: gallantly in the wars of with and pains muscular that rheumatism seemed to ,be headache all over, '. : ALL DEALERS KEEP THEM

Frederick the (;I'l'.lt. Stoiibeu was re me. 1 was s,arct-!lt' aide! to m/\e f'r Aiul a ;general list: of Garden and . ."' 1. .. .
tired upon a princely income from the about a month when I decided to give : 't 4.: ::4o, '\\.ill : t. ; '- -' ,
Field Seed.
, realm. He was a splendid military -
MDes' Pain Pillsand ;;:'"\
I, '. disciplinarian and while visiting Paris

i-. .tala.. In 1777 the French secretary of war enlisted Nerve Plasters a trial.: In three I'rice-j on application. LIPPINCOTT'S. .' 44 50 YEARS'
!' ... his sympathies with the American days I was again on mv route and in ' EXPERIENCE

\: patriots. He offered his services to two weeks I was free from'pam and THE GRIPPING BROS. 00 /.
gaming in flesh and strength. MONTHLY
congress in 177S. saying that he had MAGAZINE:
:r given up an honorable title and lucrative Sold by all Druggists. Pomona Nurseries p. ;. .1 '.' 13ARY I

rank at home and desired to serve Dr. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart! Ind. VIA n,.,& ?? r...",,.$ | ;H;
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JACKSOXMLLE. FLA. L. ... W*.. ...llt ulkJl... t
human \
In the defense of rights and
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liberties as n volunteer without rewardin 12 COMPLETE NOVELS: YEARLY TRADE

riches or honor. If his labors were MANY SHOR" STORIES: AND DESIGNS MARKS
Corn and Oats
satisfactory and the Involution a success Uigh PAPERS ON TIMELY TOPICS COPYRIGHTS &.c.
AY" 'lIpp"'ln
PURINA !! a sketch and aSCf'fIIl"n
he asked that the government refund TRY $2.50 PER YEAR ; 25 CTS. A COPY Quk.ay It<\, ,'r' II our (Punta' free whether' may ILD
mv.- In t. pr ,
Itl'nle. ( '
the income he had sacrificed and NO CONTINUED STORIES ton! <'rJctlYI.rntident.nit Uanlbnok tuuniea-Patents

compensate him for his services. lieCASTOR is only Sold in PURINAFEED EVERY NUMBER COMPLETE IN ITSELF I I sell Patmlt3 fl ee.i OldelC taken agency tbnlub: tur Munn';l"'urUil& {('IJlittlltS...,7 receive
- sptcuil notice without charge, in the
'. Sacks like this p jt NO1ICK.: Sciciililic americans I IA'handsomely

"et IA illustrated weekly. I.'trgest (ctr-
for whom it culation of any HcieiUitie i<.urnal. '
To 1.k.
\ may "II" cut.! n.Mitint: 'ni:" t l a
year: tour JUuntha,
:six mouths aftei l \\i! app'y t'. ;r__ t h fL Soldby.tineasdealersib
b For Infants and Children The Feed that DQNKEV MB CHECKER A. D.county.. !'enneu.7aUtU. -'L.Ie, ( Ii:;'I '.1 IN'{ J & CO.361Br03d4'3Y, New York

BOARD ON ALL EACK3. fo DEALE/ e. d5 r... Washtngtun.
S he Kind You Have Always Bought rye s .Jl'AIi' ..fOr LL ;. _
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THE FLORIDA, STAR : FRIDAY, JULY. 4, 1902. 7 i. s

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** f : J. t' Blindfolded Mules.

:, ie ar- The mule drivers ,who take their anf- .:: -- .... ... -' .- :--- < -' -- --,--- -.- .-'- ',- . --_ .- .
was fol- mats across the South American Andes

1. the always coyer the eyes ot the.' mules

"U. with a poncho while they put on the -.
: I Great heavy loads. If they could see, they
In reg-
would be unmanageable; but blindfold
time a ed they meekly accept their burdens.
I Its Cel Union a
of Old Cucumber r
; By stars Cucumbers, it is said, contain an

Ari add that Is helpful in cases! of dys- . . , . . ,
w:Wi* H field. pepsia. "

The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has beenin l
Liberal Offer.
use for over 30 years, has borne the signature of
had/been/ .. The undersigned will give a free sampleof
: W.BILE : and has been made under his

had Chamberlain's Stomach and Liv rTab- t
but It lets to any one wanting a reliable remedy 214r- supervision since its infancy. ; .;
now morning for disorders of the stomach, biliousnessor Allowno one to deceive you in this i "
open hands to .constipation. This is a new remedyand All Counterfeits Imitations and"Jnst-as-good"aie but
over to ,
ments of toil B. R. Wilson & Son
brating the druggists.a good one. Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of .

beckons to us to know Cut this out and take it to B. R. Wilson Infants and Children-Experience against Experiment.
she Is not and & Son's drug store and get a free
she will haye steps, sample of Chamberlain's Stomach and c
j with after July edT' Liver Tablets, the best physic. They What is CASTORIA
cleanse and invigorate the stomach, improve -

' great When thing the appetite and regulate the bow- ,Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare
a man els. Regular size, 25<:. box.
In per and It is Pleasant. It
; ets and cannon goric, Drops SoothingSyrups.
July? contains neither Morphine nor other Narcotic
know whether ? Greatest Farmer In the World. Opium,
only a few that David Rankin of Tarkio! near St. substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms

ercise is to Toseph Mo., enjoys the distinction and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind,
or even longer.It of being the greatest farmer in the Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation I land

It is meet world says the St. Louis Globe-Demo- Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the

we should crat and feeds more cattle than any Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
and our lives in other east or west.
person The Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend. ,
doing more or

r to the brave Improving India's Capital. .
for their Calcutta is to be improved by driving GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS

such martyrs wide open thoroughfares through the
' One will find slums of the city at a cost of nearly Bears the Signature of '

7 newspapers of 10000000. -
Is grand to
n few handfuls of A. R. Bass, Morgantown Ind., hadto
then laying fret up ten or twelve times in the iAL'
night, and had severe backache and painsin
the kidney. Was cured by Foley's 6'd :.
" ngine Kidney Cure. Sold by Wilson: & bon. ,

{: flown doesn't on know a it ( Turkish. -Suspicion.-- The KM You toe
Always Bought : :
lime to picture Even the highest pt onages in Turkey -
citizens of the I said the are: not exempt from picion.

plosives in to Their movements are watched and reported In Use For Over 30 Years. ',
t their molars. to the palace by an army of
I member the ( after spies who swarm in cwry'quIrter. _._. _._._...-_... ._. ___. ".::!:ut' &331iSZ! ]
: dynamite and ; July,"
gloriously for : Our First Iron Xails.
China is not The first (iron nails made in this coun-
-- -- --- - -
world try were hammered into shape at Cum-
F, power. '
upon her as as one of berland. R. I.. in 1 T TT.
The Seaboard AirLineThe
- - -- Railway
when they get t's to
u piece of : : can

get ble their dish or hands treated.Rem- The o Hour Bag CAPITAL CI.Y: ; :El.OUTE. ,

, '..' es" back they each Shortest Route. The Best Line. i
few times yank sale by Which the working man has fought for I
her on her and succeeded in obtaining is somethingthe
ty please." wife has no share in. Her day be- DOUBLE
And yet gins before his and ends long after it, Including ;
and prized as of color. as a rule and many a night her rest is
t her thousands ancient broken by the baby's -TO-

sands-for she in their fretfulness. The Savannah Columbia Southern Pines
healthiest woman ,
cracker She 1'J must wear out under
white tissue such a strain. Whatcan Richmond, Washington, Baltimore,
dust over it be expected then
and innocent (>r of of those women Philadelphia, New York,
whom it could } to be .k -'' who are weakened -

It was shipped it is ,w t by womanly Through Pullman: : S1oor or .
United States. ': the 'Yomenwho Only Line Operating Through Pullman Car Service Jacksonvilleto
tbp orators are ou-a New Orleans
commonwealths d .s-....... .s.ot-=---' .... "_-- weak are, For further information. writeE.

and closer to r" ,vo rn-out L. UrXCH, lien. Puss.: Agent. A. O. MAt'lN) ELL. .\s-t. dm, s
most as (' (' Portsmouth Va. Ja<'kM>u\'ilk: Fla
+fk+ and run-down will find new
i wood, a II JAS. M. BARB, Vice-president and fluieral :Mdiitiirtr.; !Punimoutli. \'". "
the cannon life and new strength in the .
intr these use of Dr. Pierce's Favorite

:.I itants thereof :, ., regulanty Prescription., dries It weakening establishes I r

ti. more sure ; in thIs drains, heals inflammation IF YOU WANT .BAR .b- ,
the 4
,b people 0:1 \ ,' and ulceration, and cures 4;
-. .. 1:;! tug far a\\ay. It female weakness. It makes ._ i .* KENTOOff ..
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There weak and
are consider women strong

the men johr.tell: us illl'hll are was the sick Sick women people well.are invited to A House Paint, that will i :WUISKEY

f circus, but for consult Dr. Pierce by letter, wear and look well, use
free. All correspondence is
f is entitled to (
4 : .. held as strictly private and Pitkin's : For Gentlemen
!bility. July confidential.
sacredly Address Dr. R. V. Mbo
keeps up pretty : there are Pierce/Buffalo, N. \". Quality. f t
apii.i. At : ) British "I Buffeted with female weakness about eight
widows. year*-tried several doctors but derived no benefit Ready-Mixed I
young until I began using! lr Pierce Favorite Pre- 1 1i
hood will (put a scription,"writes Mri.. John Green, of Danville,
Doyle Co.. Ky "THs medicine was recommended Guaranteed
( 'r
your to me bother patients. I have taken
smalloNano! complaint six bottles and 1'feel lice: another person."
u II. lUvi, The dealer who offers a substitute for i
your tout bottles of Premium I i bola bj LO* L.l', U. L. MOTI.OU,
"Favorite ," is only seekingto ,
Prescription ,
f hard to get as 'V' r TitllH'ilI : R
a perma make the little mere profit paid on i
for somebody. ,
l on. the sale of less meritorious medicines. Paint.x
your ears and His profit is your loss. Refuse all sub- .
lint '
the \
and the air i< : i Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets should be ont> better made: guaranteed -
4 gunpowder. ' mind: used with Fa\orite Prescription whenever for live years.

do is to get up a laxative is required. are the most fatal of all dis .
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for any \
have who has Press. : ftfi* eases. \
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FDRY'1 Ik '
in. : ? "., r Pitkin's Barn Paint EH! EY'O KIDNEY CURE Is 8lULLI

Parsnips it ; know J. Fort I, o Buarantasd Remedy

t mo-t the same in a boy ,:h'' The Farmer. I< a standard ('oatlng; for turn)
for sarsapariila. 1 : \ '" :tall Wilt"wlrk: will outlet: any or money refunded. Contains
The Gardener.
.It-l( ;,
.. ;. and tl . other ham paint on tIme mar- :'remedies recognized by eminent

White pint \ ; see. .w- The Housewife { ket. Do not accept a iubtituto. physicians as the best for i

the TlI..y('('.t a httll'im'n'. 'I.v! i', and Bladder troubles. I
pounds be /!.'. arci'nil a :/,1 n' i I" !:z, A building of any kind : Kidney
coned, :).rt';. ..t \," Iii.- ur\man k m1!. idevt'rj ..
Star. ':>< vLere.. IJic an:!ual 1-: .:. #: .. Wt 11 painted will last two or i PRICE 50c. and $1.00.3.A.LV.S. '
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't.r D. M. FERRY & CO. left -
..". three along aPIH'
; Detroit, Mich.: J" ".
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The -- said the : .'.,,'1 ":-4: to the mercy of the element .1 [;I or: . ... .,

developed 1I11 ,'./ io ... .... , them*.'! ,,wc..1., truly: ii. .au huT.d. .
,,'.a. .
nese. They nr( ; the live it '.....'#-- .... 7 -- "" iC"..7 I COLOR CARDS ON APPLICATION.

liberally I

Germany*__p:1."' PURINAFOR i: Oeo W, Pitkin Go PURINA i t 1

Norwegian salt ; : ,

t( For : .:h.J : CHICAGO and KANSAS CITY deed.DONKEY 'J it

Mrs. ; Siu. [ 1 EVERY .
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been lions used of for! ; Hard 1-- -.t1)11INl TI.. TUH'''' NOTICE. : SACK..t S >

while teething all concerned p tits fie
of diges I Notiee i. hereby given I KEEPS '
soothes the Work.THE that six: mi'Utb from date I will present my F' th \
all pain, cures i pains, final accounts and apply to the Hon. A. 1). MULES UP; .
liver com judge of Brevard county. I J'
remedy for Penney county I AND FEED .. _.L* "> '
little .j t.trouMrg THE FEED Florida, for my diioChar.I.S administrator ; 'ft
poor druggists in \ + ?'. ballo$ wm.ctuACa_ THAT SAVES the estate of Edward TOCiv. late Deceased,of : 9 BILLS DOWN -

ts. Twenty-five !! givj n in ai ;Yr' MONEY OVER said\dminiatrator county. of", five, dollar J l"ibson. I i
af.itwA. :}'IH.u. h ':,, receip $ Loma' Ma' CORN BOATS.s t Titusville Florida vine Seedlings for'PampaGrove/ > TRY ITS
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; i.. .i+ WILLIAM HINDLE.-Undeftaker and Em- Warm weather and mosquitoes! Carl Christensen and Lew Jones were

; r.. a talmer, Bicycles and Sewing Machine sup- The yacht Rover is being emptied of up from Jensen Sunday.Mr. G. F. DUREN, Agent,
'. ., '. plies.;Tinning and Pipe Fitting, Repairing :
: her boat yard Lamont has been a few .t
; of Every Description. Agent for Beveridge machinery at .Hodgson's spending
;. .,,- .. 'x' "Steam Cooker.E21NK this week. days in Eden and Jensen this week. \

, ,> : '. LIPP-Practical Shoemaker: Forty Chris Hoehr left for Black Point, on Superintendent Middleton, of the saw t Y. Florida f

; J years experience; all kind of repairing Biscayne bay, in his schoonerNimrod, on milUnear Stuart spent Sunday here the / -4+ and .
: ; ; f. done nice and cheap; also ladies'and men's Tuesday last. guest of Geo. Beck.
: : shoes made to order... \ITestern3s. \
:. Mr.and Mrs. Frank Houston are spending Fred Christensen, who has been in

.. 00 Store TO J.for M.good SANDERS fresh,and The reliable Old Reliable goods I a few days in. Ean Gallie with Capt. Jensen plowing for the past two weeks, / cleats .

each as Dry Goods, Saddlery, Crockery, John Houston. returned home Sunday.Ira 1 'rP

; Hats,Trunks and a full line' of Groceries. Capt. Bennett is making arrangementsto Lp.mont, of Jensen, formerly of r 1 of aU.Kinds! .

I \ JTAEVIS: HOUSE-Open all the year round. place a powerful motor in his house- White City, had the misfortune to severely Iy V VV

.1 ' Pleasant location facing the river on riverfront boat Rochester. ] injure his arm by falling from the :

.n M 'z the week Rates or month.$2.00 per day,special terms by Miss Laura Houston's cream parlor is i I delivery wagon of J. Neal last week. tofrn$1 1

.- ir flourishing this warm weather. Her ice Where did all the mosquitoes come

t t t. creams are delicious. from? They are here by millions, but Wrecked Titusville. Florida. JI

l I INDIAN RIPEN RiPPIES.kragraplts The Kathleen returned from filling a we are told there are only a few here Your home and property. ((8
lH should be protected by. ..
< towing contract at Cocoa and Indianolaon compared- to the number on the Indian Ce o e o e e o a eo ,, 0
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\ r", Personal and Newsy Briefs Monday at 2:3Ja.( m. river. Insurance o 1 v I
1r ::
,. i at Towns Along the Coast. Miss A. Florence Hodgson intends :Mr. Theo. Kruse left for Tallahassee from FIRE. LIGHTNING o 0o
t .\. leaving for N. Y. and other points on Monday, where he will remain for the and CYCLONES. The expense o aI
: COCOA. his wife and being in that is small compared to
Saturday next for an extended pleasure present, baby
; the risk
.' M Lotus in town Mr. K. has sold his farm to :Mr. ... of a catastropby
.. I: }Jrs. Green, of was :yes- trip. vicinity. like this. Write to or ask I
'" \' Lock hart f Xorth Braddock Pa. LLJ
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' terday. field Scbnyler & Branning Titu ville
: Capt. H. L. Jordan has a fine of ,
f Mrs. Breese will leave for the north sweet potatoes coming on. This is an Mr. Wm. Lockhart, who bought Mr. for reliable information, .I

: .c' next week. offset to the l loss of the watermelons by ruse's farm, has also bought a cow and rates, etc., etc. . . . . '
calf and. number of chickens. He has ----- -
: \ : will to Titus- ,
Everybody who can go raccoons. !
the lumber on the ground for a barn, and BOBBINSGRAHAM 'w1NEsFfluQUorri
ff ville on the Fourth. Our fleet of fish-boats will go to Fort will soon have everything in good shape.

-to 0 Little Winnie Dixon, of Georgiana, Pierce and Titusville on the Fourth, to lie has been in the employ of the Car I

spent one day this week in Cocoa. try conclusions in races to come off at both negie steel works for many years.STUAIIT. & -
". points. Our sister towns will have to geta .- I
Mr. and Mrs. Harrison and Miss CO.
I hustle if intend their
they keeping
t -iI Hardee wlll1ea\"e for New York: next (Incorporated. Paid up Capital $25,000.00)) I

..;, ,, t. xseek. money. Mr. A. L. Lane made a business tripto This company owns landsin

I I' Miss Eyre is behind the counter at MELBOURNE.Mr. Eden on Tuesday.Mr. the Indian River Country OX one THE of FOURTH bottles of OF JULY
open up my
I ;, 3Irs. ,Hill's, whilst the latter is taking a Fred Fee is visiting friends at Fort A. McMullen: returned from! Miami on the St. Lucie River, OLD WINE OR WHISKEY _

( rest. Pierce. on Monday, bringing his wife: with at New River, and on Biscayne and drink to the health and prosperity of
friends and self. These
'" goods are pure and
i! r D* Frederick, Messrs. Hall, Provost Mrs. Charles Horton and children wentto him.Mr. Bay. wholesome. Unexcelled for richness,strength .;

;! .# and Bruner, of Georgiana, were in,Cocoathis Fort Pierce last week. J. B. Powell, the candidate for PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES. and flavor.! Right for health and hospitality. :

A ;. week. Mr. Breese, of Coquina, was the guestof tax collector for Dade county, was in I Send for land list. I R. I,. Motion-, .
} of Lotus went to Daytona OFFICES . '
Hisses town
:p.; : Capron, Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Nicholson this Monday. AT II.UII.I I ..TITUSVILLE and COCOA.
this week with a view of renting a
: week. :Mr. Gibbons, agent of the I. R. & L. __ _ __ _ _u___
J ;. cottage for the summer. W. P. G. association, made a business
We hear that of Melbourne
< some our
fct :':. Mr. Klopp, the Fort Pierce candidate boys are going to play ball at Fort Pierceon trip to Fort Pierce on Sunday. Jas. Pritchard & Son
in Co-
for commissioner stopped
., county the Fourth. Fish Commissioner Button has just ,
: ; ; ", rasa this week en route to Titu ville. i
planted 1,500 black bass in a lake belong
Mr. Homer Conkling has pone to Sebastian Headquarters i
: Mr. Daughtrey, of Tampa, is canvass- for a time. His :Melbourne fur to II. C. Olsen, of this town. 'for. . . t
.' the for the Singer ManufacTuring 1
. mg county friends miss him. Mr. Solon Platt, who has been workingfor 1

.. r: company. His headquarters. at Mr. II. W. Bessey, has gone to visit
1-1' present are in Cocoa. Miss Jessie Goode left on Wednesday HARDWARE
; for Ankona, where she will visit the family old friends at his former ,Arcadia,on
": Mr. Michael, of Logansport, Ind., left of lion. C. T. McCarty. the west coast. ,
,: yesterday Atlantic City. He has been
c.4 i;y "' in Cocoa for several days prospecting andAaving'work Capt. Sam Martin, with his launch Launch rides are in vogue now to keep ., Tinware, Crockery, Stoves. .

.,.. done in his orange grove. Dreamer, expects to take a jolly crowd to away from the mosquitoes. A party consisting -
OJ! of Miss A. J. Boat Goods Paints Oils
Fort Pierce on the Fourth. Hitching, Miss Lula ,

VOTE FOR McFAKLAND.He Waldrep, Messrs. Solon Plait, Stanley andVVOODENVV
{ ., is for abolishing the court, :Mrs. L. Wells and daughter, Queenie, Pitching and A. I.. Lane enjoyed a delightful -
county A.R.E.
of Grant, have been Melbourne on a
; t t,. .thus saving the taxpayers about $3,000 visit, the guest of her sister, Mrs. Ed. launch ride on Monday evening: Write for prices. .

: ,.: per; year. adv Morgan. VOTE FUR McFAKLAXl: TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.

iJ, / OAK HILL. )Irs'. John Goode and her daughter, lie is against dispensary system, adv Box 212.

:J f",I.'.V:' "Miss Pearle Summerhn is spending the Mrs. I.. C. Moore, left on Tuesday for the --
s Old residents of West Palm Beach are JAMES PRITCHARD, President. M. BROWN, S. SCHUTLEH. Cashier
north to visit relatives in New York
: week in Daytona with Mrs. Walter Null. ,
Boston and Philadelphia.Mr. unanimous in saying that never before in
Mr. W. L. Howes, who left for Chicago their experience have they known such v ST TEC' BAKICounty

fi : last week, reports cool weather and plenty Allen, of Miami, was a guest of an invasion of mosquitoes as has occurred

: of rain. the Hainlin family when on his way to there during the past week. Tuesday

c V 3Irs. J. S. Gaines is in Saulsville with Daytona. He brought some of Miami's night, two barrels:! of insect powder arrived Depository.

f Iher father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. delicious fruits with him. from Jacksonville by express, andit Authorized CapitalS 100,000. r-
J j! is said that this large quantity was sold ,--
3eo. Sauls. I I
I.; Our city fathers are not asleep. They Paid up Capital, $ 25,000. ""
/(,' in 24 hours. On the east side:, the workmen
:.:<.,. Capt. and Mrs l E. S. Coutant and Harold have become wide awake, and are having around the Poineiana and carpenters Average Deposits, $100,000.

are taking a cruise down Indian river New Haven avenue improved so it will ; ".A
engaged on new buildings! to leave
't t ill their launch. prove joy to our people.
t their work and seek shelter! from the

i-- Mrs.! J. E. llaulerson and little Thelma Capt. Claude Beaujean, in the yacht clouds of mosquitoes that fairly swarmed general Banking Business

.' i are spending the summer with her mother Ida :May, took the following: party to from lake to ocean.Tropical Sun.

; :Mrs. J. Summerlin. Ean Gallie for a sail: Mrs. J. T. Hogg, Largest and Oldest

Miss Ethel Contant and Miss Pattie the Misses Eloise and Grace, and Master Among the full page portraits of notable Bank on the River

Howes will spend the 4th of July at Fort Walter Hogg and Mrs. Willhite. persons in the Outlook's July magazine I .
a Exchange Bought and Sold on
> Pierce, the guests of'Mr. and Mrs. Adrian number are those of Professor Woodrow '
VOTE FOR :MFAIILANI all Foreign Countries. s i i-
:JM. Sample.Mr. : Wilson, the newly! elected president of ->

The ring is against him, the railroad i iagaint is Princeton; the Hon. Michael Henry Ilerert Patronage appreciated Prompt service, } !
and Mrs. Arthur Wilkinson )
are at : him, therefore the people should the new British ambassador to the polite treatment and every favor consistent, t ,. %
.: .the house; refuge during Capt. Cout'ant'sabsence him. with conservative tanking granted. rr. .
support adv. I I."nitl.tltate:: ::; Herbert B. Squires, the o?
. and Miss May Howes is also v ms- CORRESPONDENTS:
first rnitedtah's minister to Cuba, and
sting Miss Nettie. FOIST riEKCE. Seaboard National Bank of New York t "
Mrs. Charles Denison, the new president i
and National Hank of Jacksonville. -
i a Mrs. H. S. Barker has returned from a There will be services Sunday, July fith, of the federation of women's dubs. An- .

.t .-. 'visit to her daughter. Mrs. A. M. Winsr.. in Methodist: church. other single: page picture of social interest I TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA

at Bayard. Mrs.. Wing has been quite ill Miss Pattie Howes, of Oak Hill, is the I is a reproduction of the remarkableand

:: Last Saturday night a sad event oc- : W. J. Nesbitt left Sunday morning the Confederacy," designed by Mr. F. W.vuckstnhl E._ L. BRADY & BRO., _

,cured at the house of Calvin Maynor, the of St. Louis.Weather .
... .Shooting of his httie brother-n-law, Josh on a business trip to Jacksonville. GROCERIES HAY GRAIN AND ALL FOOD PRODUCTS

J Rivers, by a colored man named Joe :Miss Katie Olmstead, who has been attending Report. ,
z the convent at St. Augustine, i i-: We handle produce of all kinds. We are agents for Mapes Fertilizers. We .deal exclusively
:Brown, for no apparent cause. Mr. J. P. home for the vacation. SUMMARY FOR JUNE. BY REJ.I.. H. in the above lines of goods and solicit the trade of all consumer Write us for prices on
'Turner, coroner, and Deputy Sheriff F. summer I WHITE, U. S. WEATHEK OIl ERY.R. Gram and all Groceries delivered at your station. E. L. BRADY & UKu TJTISVILLK, FLA

IV. Sams came Sunday morning and the Mrs. C. S. Bohney and children arrived Highest; temperature on the 20th, 02.0: ; --- --

i coroner's jury found him guilty of mur- Tuesday night from New Jersey, where lowest temperature on the Uth, 71.0.

= der and he was taken to'DeLand to await they have been on a two month's visit. Mean for the month 81.1 ; average mean EAST! COAST LUMBER SUPPLY COil

r'.rial by a higher court. for :21 yea ,'iRG; highest! mean for:21 yearsin
Dr. L. T. Daniel will remain in town -
i i 181)0!) 8.5.4: ; lowest mean for :21 years in
until Friday July nth, when he will
Weekly Weather Report. go I
to Cocoa. About the first of August he 1885, ii.S.Rainfall. G'IU'I'ul Oflicc, K.ti: ; (; illli;, rn.Yard ,
U.S.DEPARTMENT AGRICULTURE WEATfl- in inche's, 11.14; average for :25 at TitiiMillf, Can Gallic and .'
will be in Jensen. 01" Pierce.
i years, 7.12; greatest for :2\ years in 1SS9,
Comparative statement of temperatures.I The many friends of Prof. Jas. 1:. Pom- 14.2S: ; least for :25; years in 1S9U, 0.5G. COMPLETE STOCK OF LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIAL OF ALL KINDS
rainfall for the week ending
and Tuesday, .
will be to learn of his contin-
eroy sorry Prevailing: direction of wind, east.
July 1st, 1902. .
1902 1901 ued"illness.. He is confined to his bed Number of clear days, 9; number of SASH AND DOORS, BLINDS AND BUILDERS' HARDWARE.

DATE. MAX. MIN. MAX. MIN and is very weak. fair days, 0; number of cloudy days, ;5, .\DUHESS1.1.. OHDEJSS: 10 THE Gt; EI\I. OITICE.
June 25. 87 75; 86 7:$ l
number of days with rain S.
26. 89 76 80 76 Mrs. 0. W. Bil and two children, of ---

44*' 28.27. 87 86 77 77 86 80 75 76 Tampa, Fla., have been visiting friendsin Island Home, Merrills Island, Fla. GEO. N. HATCH, : : : : F
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town for a week. They left Monday .
29. 87 77 S3; 76 --- ---- -- -
s 30. 87 80 80 76 morning for Titusville. An Underground Lake. Dealer
,, July 1. 87 78 85 74 At Eucla, Australia, ft subterranean General Merchandise

:' Total rainfall for the week.0.00 inch. I. The new chandelier and side lights for lake has been found at a depth o' -"-: .-----.---. ----.--------. .
Departure from the normal rainfall for the the Episcopal church have arrived and SOO feet- with a comparatively inexhaustible consisting of everything'' h --- .
week, minus 1.23 inch. usually kept in a ROCKLEDGE, FLA.
Departure from normal rainfall since Jan- are very handsome. They were manu supply of water. flr-.t"l",,, "nt'':'' -tJ\1""..... ---...::. ----.:-:--. -
1, 19O', minus 136 inches. factured by the Bradley & Hubbard Co., i t.
HAL P. UAEDIN, Meriden: Conn.LOSING.
I II. I t Observer Weather Bureau. --- -____-- ____ ... __ I I: The term "inwntr '" was first used: The Lamp of Steady Habits
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... . I by the Spaniards in the wars with the i
,t Porto Rico. the bodyguard of a r|J The lamp that doesn't flare up or smoke, or cause youJKB..II ***
f In a commercial sense Porto Rico ii Moors to designate m to use had language ; the lamp that looks god whenyou Jr ft *
m royal prince or infanta. It was extended get it and hta\*good; the lamp that you never will-
Almost entirely without forests. I- ugly part with, -mcr you have it ; that's
a I I to the entire body of foot sol ..

} London Itoatls. FLESHIn diers and finally} adopted throughout The j New Rochester* a .

; R r 'Some of the great main roads out lit I Europe. s t t. frther lamps may be offered you as just as good "_ -- .
summer can be prevented I L= they may J he, in some respects but for all around good.
y London' are famous for their beauty by taking j Blenheim Palaee. rr ness, there's only one. The AVw Kttchcstfr. To make
and are lined with some of the most: + I i Blenheim palace sure the lamp offered you i eenuine, look for the name
was built i the
Scott's >y j, on it ; every lamp h. s it. (300 Varieties.) Crmai
6 villas and country mansions British vui " .
charming nation for the great Duke of pltl s.DEAtV -1i tae New.

ha in England or the world.! I as beneficial In summer as Marlborough at a cost of !500,000 Ju r- (l '-lse "t ,'' iItc i erwbether you a
in winter. frC'vou are weak or the days of Queen Anne. la than ; ce. diced or reflntransform-

DRAYI G. 1 { :[ up. 'I grounds are a triumphal arch and li rroli;; LL _">lt. Let us- '."

All kinds of hauling and draying attbended L2e401e '. ; sample.11bEa&iSt3, column 130 feet high with v' atne W'

to promptly. I meet all trains. M".t, York.t Marlborough on the, top.. >t. maI'

-- .'. :Stove wood for sal / .... E,: -.. 6 b.; all druggists. nificent. ark oarudt,.. ,a.' .j.
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