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: November 7, 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: VID00651
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 34175599
alephbibnum - 002071719
lccn - sn 96027111
lccn - sn 96027111
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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TH> .OI IDA STAR Tuesday's Elections.

ETA While the results of Tuesday's Ayer's The oldest, safest, strongest Ma- Good HealttBACK

Entered second-class at the postoffice mail at matter.Titusville as elections in the states do not show laria medicine. Not unpleasant to ]

any great victories for the Demo- Malaria and take. A tonic for all livingCvrein inseparable.your .
Ellis K. Wager, Editor and Publisher. splendid and pure blood are
b crats, ihere is a manifest tendency I health
I. All Drurosts..a blood is bad, your musu HiSC
'w a PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. for the political pendulum to swingto g ue malarial districts.Oranges Price.6acta. fer. Poor blood allows the body.t

4 ,... vitality just as a poor fire undt"ds the nt?
SUBSCnirTION, 81.60 PER ANNUM; the opposite of what it did two '-
the steam to run dos wonder
boiler allows
'} years ago. This must be a very From poor blood to impure blood IS":1 bya

Subscribers will confer a favor on TEES satisfactory sign of the times to the Going Forward. Florida Agricultural Bulletins. step, and impure blood is mother tc amp.Roo

STAB if they will notify us of any failure to Democrats who large percentage of human ills. Mney liv]
4 have ,
pulled together Bulletins 61 and 62 from the of
receive their paper. Oranges have gone forward at the rate press Harter's Iron Tonic is an antidote f'remedy.both .
in the eastern states and made of over 1,000 boxes per day for the past E. 0. Painter & Co., written by Professors poor and impure blood for it teat meld

t' THE It must STAB be nor clearly its editor understood is responsible that neither for such a good showing. There is no week, from Fort :Myers, according to the Gossard and Hume respectively, are both a builder and purifier- a iocfthenine

opinions expressed by correspondents. doubt but that this state of affairs Press of that town. Mr. II. A. Blake's valuable] and interesting productions. and a medicine. It is the best co Gury; ;
books show that 5,473 boxes of oranges Bulletin 61 treats on peach scales princi- nation of the kind known to medl .r years c

: F Communications on live topics, especially was helped along by a decidedly and 158 boxes of grapefruit have been pally the San Jose scale, and shows con science, and its success for nearly h search |b
'' of local interest, are solicited. But the editor growing feeling of the people against elusively] that this once dreaded parasitehas a century has led to its endorsement; the em{|
., reserves the right to condense them to suit. shipped by freight, and 475 boxes of oranges thousands of medical men who bJ.j
and bla
Brief items of neighborhood 'mews always trusts, and that they begin to real- and 220 boxes of grapefruit have been subdued and that its terrors have been unable to find a substitute. %/list (and

desired. ize that the revision of the tariff is gone by express, making a total for the been completely overcome. The following ]) ,
npth/ curing
the proper remedy for existingevils week of 6,326 boxes. Most of this fruit summary of important facts containsthe
t The Cleveland Plain Dealer says: has been brought from the Orange river gist of the bulletin:
in that line.
"There's small about Very large 1. Florida is well able to compete with Dra ::
: l nothing your by the Anah C., some of it coming from Hatter
pluralities of two years other states of the south in growing
t Uncle Sam. Within five weeks he the New Prospect groves. With last rec-
.1' ago have been cut down to almost week's of 2,319 boxes the to- peaches for the market. kid
shipments ,
t has "loosened 1 up"to the extent of
: nothing in New York and to a tal to date is 8,645( boxes. Traveling 2. Two among the most important insect be found
8100,000,000 to relieve Wallstreet'iacute enemies of the peach tree are the San T. *een tested
: great extent in Massachusetts, Agent I. M.: Cox, of the Southern Express, Iron
r \ attack stringency ." Pennsylvania Michigan New received a dispatch here last night from Jose: scale and.the White Peach scale. in private
or to purcessful -
that 3. Crude petroleum of 43 to 45 degrees
Superintendent Hockaday a special ) In
and Minnesota.The
.,.f i .'f The different views taken of the JerseyVisconsin express would be put on from Punta Gor- specific gravity applied in 20 per cent will insure you against the many evils resulting ,ent has
change in the vote of these da increased to mechanical mixture with water is an from impure blood. Scrofula, pimples blotches,
as soon as shipments a car 'is
Roland B: paper
given by
kidney disorders, rheumatism, gout, dyspepsia.
states is that there must efficient remedy for Loth the above named .
so great
; t load. female weakness anemia, chlorosis etc., area lave a.few
; Molineux the defendant in the
scales. of them but the evil the greatest bock
be some direct cause for it and we ; greatest a
: celebrated murder case now on Had Cold. 4. The danger, is the general weakening of the whole
..., For a trees should be banked with tow to
1 believe this cause has just been system, which affords aa opening for everyyiiisiajf
J I trial in New York earth about the roots to catch the disease. 'OU bl e.
; city, are very stated above and this election If you have a bad cold you need a surplus
+ interesting. His counsel and good reliable medicine like Chamber- spray and the application should be made The following is only one of the thousand3 of nerOtiy
s further shows that there is a grow- on a bright day. The soak tea:u ioniuls we have received: '
friends think he himself lain's Cough Ilemedy to loosen and relieveit sunny spray
I, : acquitted ing feeling with the people to trust and to allay the irritation and inflammation ed earth about the roots should be removed Detroit, Mich.. Jan. 10, 1901. .4{::
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and that he his "I commenced using Dr. Harter's ;
admirably helped 10'
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'. the Democratic party to relieve of the throat and lungs. For sale within a half hour after the when prostrate from a severe attack of rheum; ;H

,; : f case greatly because the prosecuting them, only there has been a hesi- by B. R. WiL-on & Son.Treasurer's spraying is completed. ibis tism.disease After using three bottles all traces i'&mp-Roat. '
1 were completely from D
l.r \ attorney, Mr. Osborne, failed to on the of some of them 5. A kerowater machine with Ver- system, and my general health was restored. 'L'gglsti.
i trip him or to force him to make tancy moral nozzles should be used or if an ordinary As a blood purifier Dr. Harter's Iron Ton f
t I up for fear that a political change Statement. has no equal, and I most sincerely recommei1 '
t, : damaging admissions. pump is employed an emulsion it to all persons suffering from indisestiC) ",, .'r't ., :*
1 '. t, might disturb trade prospects, oth- NOVEMBER 11902. must be prepared. fatigue, rheumatism and the many weaken ( '
i ; conditions of the "I ,1 .e
system produced by impov
'.{ I erwise we would have seen a land- 0. Blanket the horse attached to the ished blood." Margarite P. Yeazell ., ,,,,'
,. t In a few years white oranges may Balance cash on hand Oct 1,1903._ 6'S.I5; spraying No. 610 Second Av
slide.It wagon.
Amount received iu Oct., 190227'2,55!
r.j grace the American dinner table as be better for the Demo- 7. One thorough application while (15,000 guarantee that above tettimonial is e1uin_
well the Italian's fruit may Total__ $ 7,001.00 the buds are swelling burst
as wagon. --------- or ready to is "
'i cratic party that it has not secured Every bottle of Dr. H
One of the explorers of our agricultural Less amount paid in Oct., 1902, and sufficient and is recommended. ter's Iron Tonic Las (
1. discovered control of the house just at this warrants delivered to county commissioners 8. The pump should be tested periodically .".to "Crescent" :

!4' ; this freak department of nature in his rambles: time, for now it cannot be held responsible __and_____board______of___public_______instruction _$- 2,U2.31 by allowing the spray to settlein substitute insist the label.on Dr.Don't Harter's.accep j'
I if congress! accomplishes a graduated el to learn if actual percentage I Made only by j.

along the shores of the Mediterranean nothing. Rilaiicecash on hand Nov 1,.l902$4,615.69The of oil being used tallies with the THE DR. HARTER MEDICINE COMP

some months ago, and brought' ... setting of the guage. DAYTON, OHIO f.-
P - -- above amount is held as follows: Makers also of Dr. Harter's Wid! Cherrv Eitt< \
some cuttings from the tree to the 9. The surface of the tree should] be and other veil known Dr. Muter :\iJ.aiiciFOR

United States. These were carefully Cuba's Sugar Tariff. Deposited in Indian River State thoroughly} ) covered with spray: but there SALE EVERYWHIU .

r The New York Mail and Express bank, as per cashier's certificate attached should be but little running of the liquid -- - - .
i grafted on an ordinary stock : to monthly report---$4,615.69!
down the trunk to collect at the roots.
Weekly Heport.
1 at the department grounds and are a Republican newspaper, which f
Balances belonging to each fund are as 10. Trees illl..afin spring and summer .
has been advocate of Cuban 0. 8.DEPARTMENT AGRICULTURE WE.V :
now three feet high. A cutting of a strong follows: ehuiild be f)prayed with a 10 to 15 per cent ER BUREAU. aai., (c

r this plant was sent to California to reciprocity, frankly, after still County.. revenue, general fund _____.1, '.27 mixture of refined kerosene and water t

be tried in that climate. A maintaining that we should deal road and bridge ______ .43 when the young) are migrating; or insteadof Comparative statement of tenipt-ratu ,
couple 60 "
building ______ 21.50! and rainfall for the week Ending! Tue.dal: e
of years will see the first fruit. If liberally with Cuba, says: ".. fine and forfeiture _____- 33i .43: kerosene use!:! whale oil soap, one {pound Nov. 4th. 1903. 'f
ft "At the same time the feeding prKoners> ______ SOU.I1! of soap to i four gallons of water. 1902 1)01! ,.
it proves of fine flavor, cuttings: gloomypredictions co sp'l r'd f d, Xi'W ]list 1______ ICii' 2." 11. The fanguSpiuitroatilbsi: I DATE. MAX.n: MAX. yindc1rt f
of last winter have ., " ______ coeocphila :; ':
R will be widely scattered and in by Xl'3 2IU2co : : Oct.., 29. 74 til 82:
" _____ proven l'lfpractical{ rue-
been realized. New 1- 1.754!i- 30. Ti 52 .,'un t' '
time the white orange may be as no means fully The .1 " New 3______ 23.1Jj cess in some orchards through several 31. 7JI 72 51 t. .

plentiful as the seedless:: orange. Cubans are not starving;: they can ,". game warden fund__________ 2'.OU year!:! of trial. It is a cheap! and seemingreliable ::- Nov... 1.O, 79 65: M -/ 'e t ,t.1.

- not starve, so long athey are free property fund---------------------of deceased: persons l.bO !ly lemedy and i U used in conjunction 3.nrf bl 79 69 71 "hi 82 7 7'l'

} Governor Candler in his farewell to make full of the with tent fumigation. .4 : t.iTotal : 1 ,
use splendid school fund (general)------ 33.31 ; 4. 80 73 80 7""
special tax school dist. 1____ tit.42 12.: The fungus! should be collected rainfall for the wf'ek..49 inrln s. lut tt., t
message to the Georgia legislature; natural. resources of the island; the .. .. .. ..
1 2____ 1&023: 1 ; fiom the live oak scale or other known Departure from tale normal rainfall foi t Pll i _,: :
called attention to the very rapid country is too rich for that; nothing l4 :L___ i.31: week, minus 50 inches .
of and ofl
source supply planted in a cardboard -
Departure from normal rainfall since J
increase of pensions in that state. but war and reconcentration 'Total__________ $4iilS.K( ) "wall packet" against! : a scaly tree, 1,1902. minus 10. 5 inches.II ,1.e l ar I

The governor's message must have can make famine in Cuba. No Refcpcitfully: the top of the pocket being filled with ,\L P. U"RUIN, \' re-

"-' been timely for a bill was intro- universal bankruptcy has fallen on Conntv F. II.Treasurer.L.leep.lntid P.OMC, I moistened: cotton or sphagnum mo s. _ Observer_ -Weather-- Bureau i .:1.} ... I

duced in the line pension I reform. the business of the i island; even the The fungus must be established: soon after FINK: TLACI: ron S.\LK. arm*' I

k It l provides that veterans: owning sugar planters, who have certainly I }'IU1lt': . I 1l1t.the,.:. scale: for securing satisfactory re- located at Banyan, on Merritt I
81,000 worth of property, or receiving operated under an immense disadvantage Breaking intoa blazing !borne,some ilit1- 1:5.:; Teach trees should! not he fumigated 700 feet front on Indian and Banana riv-

i< S'iOO: a year salary, shall not be are managing. to worry men lately dragged; ; the! s-leeping) inmates except during; the winter Eta on.H. ers,111O-1X I 700)( )citrus) acres in trees all; ten acres improved -

,a' reo"titled to receive pensions from along somehow. Cuba ino worse; from death.! Fancied security, au idttth The two stabbed: ladybug is a very t's all; varieties, )lemon, grapefruit, hni'<.::, 4lJOJtjruavas oran -

rroiie state. The b'II'is a step in the 1 oil, commercially, than Jamaica, near. It'tthat way when! you neglectconhs ellicient enemy of the White Peach scale : ; 14XX pines; grapes banana, -' ,.
and cold }Don't do it. Dr.
j. right direction for state's: :-; gratitude Trinidad or the I Danish i island-/: and! when well established: :: i is: able to subdue Mangoes, Avocado pears. La -t crop wa, I
Kin; :- New Discovery fur cniir-nmption it without }help. 75; boxes guavas, :;;11) boxes Oranges, l.;<"it, :
; Hal caws to her old soldiers cannot hardly be Capt. R. E. Rose: FlorilJa'tate: i all Throat
gives pt'rft.ct pidtection' against Bulletin No. 02: by Prof. II. Harold rates pines, 150 rates'l'gl.ta"Jp-; \\ if\ f- "

r{ flanked ivvgarded as! an argument in this chemist, and an acknowledged expert Client and Lnng; Troubles. Keep it in;'. Hume, i is a very careful anti exhaustive ter crop pines and oranges no;
.. ..:., ..r. \the governorulnectiOn, fur there are perhaps on sugar, says that while the and avoid suffering, death, and the Iloe-i compilation of the IVento peach and all room hIJlI'e1 inch urtt'sian.nd tlUre it has>Irtr
commander lu I soft water wharf I
I Of reduction of the toi's hill.1: tea' poonful stops: a late I itswdmg! < their salient] \\areieorie. f\:
'merals of theptlsanls tax l payers Having tariff on sugar ; features, form, fugWell house tool house I
; Pton,wrhtrr
m i
I the stubborn.Harinlf. \ .
cough persistent most
f north by thperty of less value than $1.000 would enrich the sugar planters, it ; color, time of blo.--omiusr, time of ripening under poultry fence. Rich fairy l rt n
and thermits would also -- and nice tasting) it's guaranteed; ; H.uor, size, etc. The history: of the natural irrowtb of live oak, bay anCohLE\ _
ras of less than SoOO; \vhcommlssionefullv < enrich the sugar trust t, to satisfy by all dni. ists. Price 50i- and
;!; :; IVento. so far as is known, is presented, trees. If you want further
\ 'nor pay their taxes: and it is.balcktriSht"tliat but would not make sugar a cent >1.00. Trial bottles fiee. and altogether it i.a valuable monographor price, address( P., care STARTitiihville. partiand closes." 1

.he I 1 the 1 ? should I c"ntriKi"1 cheaper co the consumer. contribution to pomological history. )- i

constructtothe 1 incomes of those who 1 arece Governor Jennings a (';lntlidate.'fhe IRhart, Ird. ;

for thcfncially much better oft" than On Tuesday the city of Boston Tampa Times of[ recent date contain .\ child of :Mrs ( !eo. T. Benson, when Voluntary Contribiitl'

$ will licrfey are. voted on a no\'elloeal option prop getting his: Usual Saturday: night bath .
a statement: follows: Any church J
lt atjnguisW Dell ,. - ) back or parsonage or 3 _'
osition. The Massachusetts legislature 'tePl't.c against a Itotto'e which
(;Ovennr Jennings: i is an a\owed candidate supported voluntary "
\r e note in the last i i-i..ta- of the at its last !session passed' in for the seat in the senate of thf burned him severely. The child was in be given a liberal contrl\ 4-: "

ate ss camps camp Miami. Metropolis. a lengthy corn- act extending to lioston; the privilege United States: now occupied by James 1' great nothin agony to and his mother could do & Martinez Paints quantity wheivtir C TXTAman the .

vmunieation from ix r. \\T. S /irahatttle I of saying whether the city :shallr Taliaferro, of .lacksnnville'said a prominent pacify him. Remembering paint. *
e ri"lit that she had bottle
a of Chamberlain'sPain
Kasiiir.which: questions the accepted thq,I: Attended: into districts: each dio'J : the north Times! Florida'( V11Continnil1 politician to the editorof the Balm in the house, she thought she NOTE.This has been our custom fu;I
ye ;:
amps andory of very dry atmospheres faunonnected of AmerU'Siufore! its: citizens the aforesaid >olit"I have would try it. In less titan half an hour !twenty-seven years; any building not satisfactorily ; -
j ]
: I Vmsumptivt'S. The lector d* i'.. onental water,. ,tiu.v' will |have thitatt" '. "t 't before,seen but after app;\ ill- it the child. was quiet anda..ll'l'p painted will be repainted at

s being tribes:: at soni icn,;nth a remark: pedal to the Chicount -1'plt'loon-,\ dtlrI1eOtllfl.2'ta yon car truth that and in less than two weeks was oil our expense; about one gallon of lin.-eed
visitors:: r- "' of the well. Mrs. Benson i* well to be added to every f gallon of th'
a known
'iProcet'd11 he recently made fn H. the gc .id in it to resident
uly !
electric i "+ of Kellar Va. {paint: to make ready for :; it's
Pain uCj
stay .fl'nor in- Balm is an antiseptic ; Lilt xe
( Arizona and Califor- in l'om"it'l'lt'c in two minutes
duceil If liniment and especially valuable anti the cost of the pail'

'oad and,' of a more favorable hat partrtiTward license.! /'Ilk { causing! for burn, cuts, bruises and sprains. For thereby reduced I to about $1.301er, allon.early

plain: i is consumptive. Ile der.k Admiraliy ..1<1.\' was folio ,'mnch un- :sale by B. R. Wilson l & Son. lon- product over one million gal.

lying an fit from the and lc'l'If | o'al
opt '- easines":, a p the samefaitOiI.

(wari the pi c by ordinary' prudence 1 1 hew I i \by a cat the l'l'li'.11' .di ,.e btcdinever your I < mth It>. n. best Apply men] to bant any in of our agents, always* tin.

441 Jut the :'-t. y I 1t't induce Dr. M-mrice Springer every city and town m
about tt long life several years right. s of the 'alit di--i I recently read the I United States.
Jennings: getpolitician "> way," the an inti-ivs-tin-; pap r at he Academy of f
which w and} that the higher altitudes ''ar lif the '- half as Loxml.\
She : ; observed \n dent "atsfa; e- Medicine in Paris on animal) growth, tL )I.umxEz. j
no are conducive tr p. -t-'in comthe Sole! Agent J. B. U
atmospheres ,
MJ Screven Ail
ice boon / t'on. spfcit'\) :::: four elements of nutritionhaving Fla.| Titusvil.; ,
gate art ==::I
.b, coughing, which latter, it is daimdab .. C.t rig,. e Tjoncern- 4'This, of course, '., I.... ,1' most! rfiVct in inducing organic -
\ an
;:: U'S''ifm is
l o heldl'd 1, 1 kills in consumption. The I factof : eu. >/ .b..j' the matter was vantage of:Senatortinned. : I I"VeLlpnient namely, lecithin potash, ELL OLTH agency PAINTS not U\t'lt'11;: of a -.I-\I\- ,

ire Florida climate fail ".\ hard fi \ 4 Is< ii.d water says the New MONTHS'TIMK
the is this: even on very Strong ? l an exceptionally York to I pr(.,lefty, o

the seen,? the coast is real moist only dur- heavy vote registered.i The polling lieve the senator \ I pi'i.L The doctor aiso pointed out .!livered} a t :i1.iO) per gallon: an.: ;y
re-election. He \ 'le( tricfty is rnseed oil]
ct j i a {powerful agent invflopinont at market "
which nr jug the months of August:: Sep books indicated that the ballot lenition i the of
= at
k > con I this u'ro\\th. fly apply - -__
bc tenber and October The otherS would be heavier than for i FAG' - :Jantesd h
.fl'a* cl 1 : a presidential record entitle him. raday cunvnt to certain mus- TAIE ii. .IONIS: .
nate to nine months are moderately dry, election. Just whether the ; I .1 'll'( Joints of children both growth

feudat<5.v while inland they are quite Jr)". innovation has been adopted has A Startling Surpii'-t Evintrse. of weight have been ob- REAL ESTATE AND $%&*&.4JW'

guns. hor-Florida climate is beneficial to conregiment not yet been announced.. Very few could !believe in look-.*.... =vtafined.PcSlecth'C' %. ed

T. Hoadley, a healthy, robust \IT; tU I LOANS AM COLKr.i-UDN fTlTURVILLE
of its "
on account - -
crowtL... equa- smith of Tilden, Ind., that for ten years! he ) Piano Purchasers e .
bleness, allowing them outdoorliving New York is so close that Coler FL.V. J> ,
suffered such tortures from Rheumatism:
a pictas You want to
"* all the round 1, and 1 whiledry will not concede Odell'y!:) election purchase a piano, and you
year could endure] and
few live. But
bsTI as a wonderful can save from $;jQ to :::100 on same by cor- ....FOR.... ad $J.oo.
atmospheres may be beneficial without the oflicial count. It does change followed hi* taking Electric rpepondinjr! with E. B. Wager Titus'ville.

jbP and prolong life in some instances, look as though some funny work Bitters. "Two bottles wholly cured me," Why pay $250 for a piano thatwewilisell A Sha and>1 a Hair Ca t ,.

we believe that Florida cures more had been done in several counties he writes, "and I have not felt a twinge you for ;:175; ? You must have money
1. to throw away to give the dealer that .GOTO....
ill the Kidneys tremendous -
over a year. They regulate cr right
\ consumptives, provided they come along the cen tral part of the state. puiify the blood and cure Rheumatism profit. Our instruments are ta
; here in time and take active exercise The state board of canvassers, all Neuralgia Nervousness* fully guaranteed. We are simply satis-
fied"with a small profit. Write
t than any section in the whole Republicans, can accept or reject digestion and give perfect health. Try further particulars, stating just what us you for Barber Shop 't

United States. i any returns that are objected to. them. Only 50 cts. at all drug stores. want. ". r 1 diii V a f
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E "My father" said I, "prefers boys. I FINE GIFT FOR MITCHELL ___, .. : I I'N

:OF M'RS.. STANTON He wishes I were one, and I intend to '. --- -. -.. ,. .-- .- --. ..-- ---'- -.- .- .- ..'- -- -- -..-. ,; t!
# \s"." be as like one as possible. I am gob Gold Watch and .Diamond Badge f;

t- '1 -. to ride on horseback and study Greek. Presented by Coal :Miner. i :

r Experiences of the Fa- Will you give me a Greek lesson now. President Mitchell the other after-
..t." doctor? I want to begin at once." noon was the recipient of a gold badge It

p ', .man Suffragist. "Y s. child." he said throwing down and gold watch, tt3 gift of Polish, t-

his hoe. "Come into my library and Lithuanian and Slavonian members of 1k2LL
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will without
: we begin delay.
the United Mine Workers, says a i
I lessons the
...v t.;;. _, kept up my at parsonageand Wilkesbarre (Pa.) dispatch to the New
t. made rapid I surprisedeven i
.' 'his
York The bears
..'c . Times. badge
my teacher who thought me capable
g he.3iet n.Lecture Engagement monogram, "J. M.," in diamonds just
: of doing anything. I learned to
)Vlhe Road Were Almost Im- underneath the bar the pin
drive and to fence and ditch containing The
leap a oe Kind You Have Always Bought and which has been
yable.-.A4. Pathetic Anecdote of which It Is fastened to the coat t
horseback. I taxed hopIng by in
every power. use for over 30 years, has borne the signature of
et". t.irly AmbltloDAmDalhg In. some day to hear my father say: lapel. Below this Is the button of the
and has been made under his
United Mine Workers of America from per
dent of' First Woman Right' "Well a girl is as good as a boy after ,
I kaVentton.izabeth* all." which hangs a pendant-a tiny pick sonal supervision since its infancy.

But he never said it. and shovel with miner's lamp in the Allow no one to deceive you in this. .. {

Cady Stanton, the noted I begin to study Latin, Greek and center, and underneath a medallion All Counterfeits, Imitations and Just-as-good" ue but

:ate' of woman's suffrage, who real mathematics with a class of boys in containing the seal of the organization. Experiments that trifle with and endanger health of 1 ;

111ed her home in New York, The presentation took place at PresIdent -
the academy, many of whom were Infants and Children-Experience against Experiment. ,

e'dme.ago: recounted to a party of i much older than I. Two prizes were Mit( f'Il's headquarters, and a

enll' some of .the stirring experles'bf offered In Greek. I strove for one and large crowu listened to the speeches of

: ; her earlier wars, and they took the second presentation and acceptance. Mr. What is CASTORIACastoria

!fed with absorbing interest to 11w "Now," said I, "my father will be Mitchell in the course of his remarks
,les'W heroic efforts made by this satisfied with me." said: is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paro I lr

at 'woman, says a Chicago paper. I rushed breathlessly! into his office, "These gifts will ever remind me of gone, Drops amid Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It

(was. In; 1871, or thereabout," said laid my prize, a new Greek testament, the duty I owe to the great army of contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Xarcotie ) ,

re.,Stanton, "that I found myself In on the table and exclaimed: workers who have reposed confidenceIn substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms '

ions; .Ia.; in the worst storm of the "There! I got it!" me and followed my leadership during and
Feverishness. It Diarrhoea and Wind
allays cures
Uter season. All the railroads were lie touk up the book and asked me the trying times. I shall regard it ,: i 1

a ,town forty miles distant on that the forehead} and exclaimed! with a Polish, Lithuanian and Slavonian peo- and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the

night, but liowas I to get -there? sigh "Ab, you should have been a ple my gratitude for the confidence Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy ad natural sleep. 1 }

?J a The landlord of the hotel said It would boy!" they have so freely given me. I beg The Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend. ,I r i E

...; presumption.I to try. I would founder you to say to them that my highest

f. f _*, the snowdrifts. I asked him if he ambition shall be to promote the wel-
W. A. Ilerren, of Finch Ark.rite : GENU3NE CASTORS ALWAYS :
fare and advance the interests of all
\f 'Willing to let me have a
-r:) "I wish to report that Foley's Kidney
_. t sleigh and driver to try tlje. way. the men and women in their labor fora
: # Cure has cured a terrible cap of kidney Bears the Signature of
,2\' Ut, madam, the snow. is too deep.' and bladder trouble that two doctor hud livelihood."I .
:. 'ilNyou let me have the team?' look forward to the time when
.1, given up. For sale by Wilson & Son.
... e yjflded! at last and even saw me strikes shall be no more; when peace

.. to-the sleigh and gave me a hot and justice and right shall be securedfor 1 1s
CHINAMAN'S WORLD MISSION those who toil when labor and
nk for my feet. Then he tied me ; cap-

ia'a-'kuffalo robe, fastening the two ital, each recognizing its rights and obligations d ,

; 'erg around my neck. I wore amen Choy Sel Ken Organizing Party to ; to society: shall work In harmony A .

hood bonnet and must Reform Hi* Country. for the common welfare! of our

4 e cut "a remarkable over my figure. When I Choy SP! Ken, nobleman! college professor country and the general good of all our Tie KM You Have Always BoughtIn

and of wealth in the
!>ut half snag to the town 1 was try- : man people.

-/ '.to reach we met a party In sleighs. Chinese empire, recently reached New When Mr. Mitchell left for Washington r

i ''What are tIle roads like?' called my York on his world mission of organizing he was accompanied: to the station : Use For Over 30 Years.THE i

..1 /er.S a reform party which, peaceablyif by a large and enthusiastic (crowd CENTAUR COMPANY, TT MURRAY STREET NEW YOTIt CITY.

,:" 'Impassable:' came back the an- pot-bible: and by revolution if necessary and when he boarded the train he was: ;. ...)\.". --.---- fIL "!;; ";::r-- ;;. ::

fewer. heartily cheered.lie ,
: t : is to seize the reins of government

.', > 'Not Impassable, since you have of the I'luwery Kingdom immediately Could Hardly Get V\

xisseM!' I fchouted' from my hood. the death of the empress
the hall upon P. II. Duffy, of Ashley, 111 writes:
\y kept on and drove up to dowager, says the New York Mail
M ere I was to deliver my lecture-at As she is now eiiriity-six; years "This is to certify that I have taken: two Southern Railway

,? jelly S o'dod11 the bells were old the belief warranted that the bottles of Foley's! Kidrey Cure and it has

jging merrily, that being the signal event is riot far distant. The reform helped me more than any other medicine. ) EFFECTIVE OCT. 1, UIO'J.: f fNo.
and thai the towns- I I I tried many advertised remedies, -- --- -- -
I had
ht come party intends giving to China a liberal 0. --i: :31 No. 30} :----7': o,13OP.TIIE"T.
pie were to rendezvous at the hall. but none of them; nine me any relief. :-; : .. Daily.ICt1Icr1t1v'1:. T. Ju'1'TE. .
which ; declares is Daily. Daily.
*- government ( boy : I |
t'1 'J'1, a crowded house gaud felt in- the only salvation of the empire. My druggist recommended Foley's Kid! Lv Jackonile, ::;uIy: :=-_::' 9 uo a !i 7 ;55 p Lv. Jacksonville, So. Ry-: _-----= -i !5p

,iby forty miles of .sleigh riding (. Sel Ken is ney Cure and I it has cured me. Before Lv. bavauiiau., So. ity------ 113; p 1d! SU!) a I Lv. JC:>up !S;". Ky.______---__ 1045p 1
Y 'hoy twenty-eight year'sold in such ., ______ !0 50 10 05 a Ar. Macon. So. 3GOa
\. justice to my subject. -A few coinnieiicinir its ue I was a shape Lv. Charlotte. S. Ky p iy------
I \-s educated: and an orator of considerable that I could. when .\1'. Ihll\'i11p.: u. : ______-12 57 :a 1140 pAr. FKnilli, So. H.1------------ 35Sa t
hardly oncedown.
/ ffc I met General ltlpntrick.r : get up -
ability. He has addressed fl'VerI11nH.'l.tin : Ar. Atlanta, S>.H.r----------- 5 20 a
: i
) 7 00 a24iia
Ar. IJichmciul.
So. p
' 'Sherman's March to the For sale by Wilson & :Son.Itallixins : : hy------ 5J3
V ?b lecture. in tll'Il'hiIll'ol' theater inNew -- -- Ar. 1 Jock mart, 150.1.1---------___ 65.:ia
. ']* was to follow mine. II* was in s Ar. Ljnchhiir: So. I Kyr. -- ( 10E p Ar. l Home, So. Ky: ____________ 7 33 a
; . York and has so aroused his countrymen \ Chailottev'l: I, 435: a I I iMlton
"( then and said the reason heal for Sln i -' -i go that they have rallied to the reform > .Washington! : 7laa 1 Chattanooga, So.Uy----i! f)45a
./ -,i "' -to fill his engagement in Iowa. standardlli\ iimost one accord. M W de Ponve'e.! !! the well known lUltimoir" 1'. K. 1 _____- n t 00 a i13.' P j I I ChatUnooga, (Jueen it Crect-ntII0! 00 a '

-z: *" SCJunt: travel In. that state during rri'iu'Ii 'KTonaut. "U,!I' t... thai bal Ar. 1''ia.,( I'. I IL I'_.___1 111'. a ow"r.- 'lk(1ilt. (!uet-n & Crawent.;i2 05 a r
The reform propagandist! visited every Ir.\-wYoik. P. K. I : () p I t 30 a I !
iiisors of such a 'winter -was impos- loon. ,be usiii i for sTvidyirm volcanic :,- Ii'U Ar.fJonuT&ct, iuit-n C'rvv'Ut" 300p
,( .. city in the United States when 1\1'. Bur ill, clu t'n.\': (rrc&ii'ut i 430p
\;:.i: ).- .1 then told him of my trip and there i is: a Chinese colony during the I phenomena says the'on' Globe.Nrcdl".v : \". 31, New Yuik and Florida EXl'rl's--.I\r i Lexitiirton. Queen & ('rc- -ent 1 5 lap

1sr?} died.. 'him hot he expected to giveeruian's past eighteen months. lie came hen >: to say te! ascents should l.iily. I'ullnian .11"'f'ill can1'ort Tainia i I'1.\1' Cincinnati. (poen& rnstn'iit j 73( p

March to the Sea if he froui Ilon koni: to escape the wrath of not! b" made durtai! tl \io' "it erup and JlCk: t'lI'ilic to New York. Dining CAPj i! ,':-( iii'i; ; lI.LtT- Four-lioute -i, t h3<.p

Id not even take aarch across: tionYrv! h."1I1,' ,v'll!I ,o<;: captive Ar Chicago, Hisr Four Koiitt7|II. lOa
the terrible owl jrer.vlu> snutrht lri-\ Kichmoml ami FloridaLimitttl
Washington tflll, j I -- ----- .- -'- ----- .
haSJnons.:: :an available for the I.,. Cit!<'iunati.No. I t'UIi. Line------- ..;3..1)
t a"r head because be advocated the "operdoor" 1, via Kiclimoiid.) Daily.: I U II man i 1 Isleeping
lie wonders I'roncb : !IAr* ('hi'"CIO, P*'nn. LiIlt'Suu 730aLv. i
IH1rIO"ancl why Jacksonville \: ork.Dining ', .
toew --
t and liberal commercial policy cars --'-; -- ;- - -'
inciiinati, ('. 11. ,\: IX- Moiion.i i f< lap n
Mrs. Stanton attended th" first wo- wars!:ips' pinv'dfl with esptivo balloons cars. I
k for China.He Ar. Chil"t: -II, ('. H. & DIIIUII 123a
man's rights convention evir held in vvre lint !-'':.' tc 1rtilique.: i I -
--- ---------- -- -- *
is a reasonable rather than a violent --- I f.llI'inliaiCi.C.: II. & I:).Midi. (Vii! fj-45pA
.America and from that time she became ivvolutionis-t. arguing that any attempt Automatic: morns.i tmerwnar'ters TO INCINN\TI THROf( THE LAND OF TilE 1; r. Toh?. (:MI & I n.-\Idl.: (:'en, 5 U a_

[ thoroughly: idelititied with the to dethrone the dowager; andplace and vessels to capture specimens of SKY. I 1.\1'. f. II. fc I) -Mirh. (Vni -tjtIOi

O'"eUwlltlp.{ JeaiifTette L. Jilder in .lS might : tin It:! Horms. -- ----- ---- -- .. j! 1,.... Lexington: So. Ky -- ----j'I' a "'01 ,1
-- ----
the in ------ --
present iv., n
; emperor powoiwould XOUTHBOf M ROUTK. l 3U ___ __ ______ ....
Jf\ he New YQrJ;;;_.iuurtial.lie tells an. > |1.,1'. Louisville, "I. Ry _ __ "' 1'"p
bo useless owing to the sinisterruler's Jacksonville, So. lty-----------_. 7-V> p''! LV. iiisville. St. l-----------------------p: ,
first in Vital r\01&1.
< tt' of her year The ;
UUSi "ftuec4 % I influence.He Lv. Savannah, So..I{Y- ----------'. 1)11 a I :\1'. :St. Louis, So. By:1 T.l= 1 y.
r' itti :tlu' circle: The blood is a colorless liquid !in uXo. -
, \ ',.. \n; declares that the emperor' is favorable Lv Columbia, so. Py------------- 71Hl( a : \
llf A-Jort'in the Quaker meeting which little red globule are [bat:lug. Ar. AshcviIIc.Ar. So. 1y-------------: 15'11 13! 'Tinriomi.1 Limited. aily.tlie f : .
to the reform r I party and upon Hot 'o.Iv----- ,__, : Solid train \\'t'stlhllll' coaches: aud Pnllniaislitping T
4 ., : n 1 incited as usual Every drop of it contains about l. ( \:.- Uo7pJucen ( .
) ; will if i ears Jacksonville: to Cin<'iimati. .
the death! of the dowagtr; properly Ar. Cinciniuti. ( & CreMvnt-, 15 a -
f I had C/K( ) of the ami si Jut in
when they are
i 1:11l1 (ItIl' t'IIlS; / globules : < -- -- --- -- 1 '
supported by men amid IntllH'nfrull' II, C. HUM, City I'a.ssenger aii-I Ticket A<
.fa fT'.We: all waited in silence for ceptible of division: into smaller gi dales as one .. Z
I ( ItyTukltO1.ll1.! St.
.e in reality for the Clr'nese! as \II.3f). Pullman draw ing-room slt'l'I.m ) &"
'Milne at length-a middle aged still. II. F. CAKY. District Passenger Vs I'U-'
; against; the Mongolians which through: J.icksinuille: : i to Cincinnati.i I .iacksouville Fla. '.
h broad brimmed hat arose
twit a the Mandiurian minister are in I -
#( :-ponded-in' a Si ill lgsolig: tone: '..111Y control present C.Ii.UhJTGeucral: : :Min!;T, >. IIII.\--: )\\'IC'K,G. of .. ....
,pe' to say is I if a hen can crow let l'nblhS(1Ol... railroads, electric \V arjj.V. .I -_r :

I '- n ,'\" 'Ph.-isixing I crow with ana lightstrolleys; anil' other improvements fNGAGID. \ II. TAYLOR. (.'. I'. .\., Atlanta, fa.: ;)man, '
SnilectuMi several notes oflthet -
on -- -IY t1 1e
us well its= free cumnoy with all nations '; _

II The meeting adjournedfeelings are among time planks In Choy A GORGEOUS GOWN. I sin-iil: IdiK-k representing a half liut't1' H Y. '

.'i: h'ij ll of surprise and Sel I t'n's.n'formllftform. Marriage is very largely an accident. oil i is said to burn liem-Iy: for went nminutes \" .
"ri IJ I confessthai I felt some- In few cases do men or women set up a Curzou's Coronation Dnrbar
at He iiitentl to visit all the cities inLuropo Lady : I emitting no smoke or smell
e l'im'tl in having i what I ('on.'I"ld standard of manly or womanly excellenceand ires" to He of Indian '1\1;(>.
mission. In New"York. and hotter tire than coal .
. un a similar : choose by it. In most cases people ;giving. a Ita
my unaiis\\er.ible :lrUlll'nt.s'o; is in :San FrI1l'bl'1.:1ttk Tacoma become engaged as the result of propinquity Lady Curzon has a deep interest in I is said that these bricks cannot e-t-'j

y disposed of and the serious IV \rtl.ind and other cities, he has rather than because of any deep nnd admiration for the higher kind., .,,:'l.1 t lo
impression I had made on the audienceso met with gratifying success, and ar rooted preference gave us Inllianrt work and han
spmlily disupated. The good man cording to his own statement, he foun And so it oft coininunicatini some nvn has lost one Q f tic energy of two or throe tons of yr

intended no disrespect i as he told me many whit tirtVntl both money and happens that ?Eriewi daughters.. asnl on the subJnent! Citizens!, who foi I ior: ,ct.

afterward. lie simply put the whole services to the cause of Chinese e enterc k. : of tial friends has lived atnona'means 'In' I .
personal ofT () : I'" 'ffe toII
Argument in a nutshell, 'Let a womanyo I'atriot' ism, Local ChinamenjreeU haw theobligff" nude :lk, wt.. lif tws-teil i in the ivofe'1--; riraprobaldytuai alfw, of |lie Mad Molahi 1 '

: whatever she can.' l him with effusive welcome. materait tr. \V II. V"1./ interests: of tale at i tiaexifllowaf ;.:::0 -oh at IOll''ommy Atkins-take our ti

( thoughtlunlstaneeia, \:'al' 'irove/i ia,> !' born in ft -tie windows in tli, The ., -,mt*..J.tI'Il' .... = :

Klizabeth Cady began: to work for marriage she cutest was were p/t,11 k. cfedit"e dJ had sol I'-t, and. 'in, ;{ eleven feet ons t he. i t 1\.eral' '"/1i :'with the mollah when ....

the securing of larger rights to women NEW MARLBOROUGH- HOUSE because .!IU crvin luster. of Pj f happy| c'-> <-3vurs,*t" 'lalllh.=J bo folloy'PI' ri tratef"v, "proposition and a nasty _
when she was only a child. She was UullrlHllu of lnkH n..i.t.IH.t. I'rt ii- has warn,y oijeIY taa art exbHWlwitioiiol61"/ H a' [\IlrrJII be si\Ie. \ I paC'ip'

the daughter of Judge Cady of Johns I".. to !Ourll:" "s tu' Itirg"itif ?fthelWnttolvin: type.*7 7.!' IIdhia! state. ..' ce out any shPXl.lHroimeen ... Am.I.t't. you Tommy Atkins, to x
:\. Y.. and) when she was ten : a fru" iThoue / \ ; (
s' town. the other runts in the ;great hOllsl'wllkh ehildrei. ''j., t I [ YP r, as the f g'11r': J s1J )ltYMet moments then you may
years old her brother died. Apropos .v ,\ . : imt"resin the pra\"aSllrt1i mitt '. r n Broach him and --h-
the Duke of lal"lI\r-h!;: isbuil.liiur 'omen're! so tmP.Sz l
der places i.. u:!, t I!
\ of this event comes a patheticlittle t r '' rt are moments: when he'd rather be
-ton' from the ""Recollections of Elizcompan.nit in Curzon street. Ma.Mair: iD\'alidrat night: in a 1, .)".,.' ,.. l (,fusion: of gel',my. dlty r" an-Jons.. a .ilf:,ii< -- >'

: gtantou. She says that equal in nia;:nitkvnce its partially: completed nf 1'11E' STAR has baS \ ..'. P I'ur.tltudkt'. LpisO'er .-- ..I, stP'nuhst hi ', v,. eats thA crazy notion that his

, ballrooms, the duke and \1' years 010 l hew iifr,. . 'tt-t Homaliland,
and ..
Wing '
t J brother died she climll 'lll1poIl 1 eeivinjr.; \v hih'muif /, V-\\ --\\\ date. that at 3fJannary I Isn t 1 Ii 1 itched securely to the _
*V-\ t* American duchess: will be in p/)sM> | -- \ tti.'t.bcterimil } 1 ii' .
I l"e 1r's knee, wondering what pihof i and' i : r. I
Lady ("ll.I', a
i JawLat'aiuJdv.nJA! E1\ \ ii jj." ; j
,m Flcrlll: one of the most splendid residni.t.( : Hr nw I
ic f lid or done to fill the C"'Jpty Truth in rL Z-J J dr"'::< of exrhisixely Indian nianufac-:
In Loudon. h 'j. I f the 'f C>-> I Oh. Tommy-Tommy Atkins-of year
close ( \ "
ujs heartdaughter. I, erg Two neot'ner s't tar,'. A fortunate Delhi craftsman prow vg were aware
: Next to that at IHnkincham r: 1 boon, became it And : '
he sighed "Ifit's per. '''' of \vt know you're always Tommy on
skillfulness -
1 y ; .e I E' ,1lorgaj' s S' 'hose unique was one
l of Terpsichore in the e. ,
tu the hall My, anJ-' the spot
i ost. were a boy! ough House: will l he the largest i"anij s(\.11//Jr \.. das. le'jtii ription" establishes l>r. Watt's many discovtriet during Bat. Atkins of this mollah you are chasing -
1i i\t .I ,arms about his neck and of luxurious Fi 1r i ;eakeiiing drains, heals his tour has sfcnif l the order for this have a rare-;
land, and in point t ores1neit
try to be all my brother ro D\land: } ulceration and cures dns-s piece, which will he in the main He's the maddest maddest mollah Oi
'f ,,; it will ,'clipsl''t'iI the royal v, of /lrtf' lie:! lot .1_ ..
all ,, ,:' jknesI. It makes weak women ilea of its design a sorjreous piece of
room, says the London corn' inindi-in : f, when h(' gets the crazy notion of hl1country's
mat day and far into the night : feet"loiiu :.. 5 itk women well. sik!!! ('mJlroidt'rYork in imitation of o\\n'rship.-
of the New York Tress. It is CO **
-k. r"'1':IrI d the problem of boyhood. "Ater my first child wa- born' writes Mrs: peacock: feathers His etasof Crouch is very very bad. ". -
40 wide. The lloor is ,. .
; and foot Jordan Stout of Fawcettg.ip. Frederick Va E-J
: be done Tomm-Tommy Atkins-take our quiet =
co11lpitbe j;Pthing to "my health was very poor for a long time, and
constructed resting on :
bl'inll''iall little .
,,., f Cor O be learned, :} last winter I was! so bad with pain down in back \nother 'nliititnie for Coal.A tip: ::J ; :
springs which will impart a M-USO of I could hardly move without peat snfferii'g! Don't monkey with the mollah when =
F / 1 study Greek lancers' My husband got me a bottle of Dr. Pierce's Favorite -. Chicago man has patented a device he's mad. '
ials, who / dse. As soon delightful; ease to the move Prescription and a vial of his Pleasant which !ito do away with coal, at leastas Chicago Tribune. .-:
ments.At Pellets,' which I u'ed as directed. In four days -- --
Lucie. ; goodpithl either end of the saloon is a balcony I was greatly relieved. and no,r. after wing the Ions; IS the oil deports hold out.says 'hy..iclanl Pre<'trrlli It. w
congress'Tv'4"J was medicine three monthi. I teem to be entirely the New York Commercial AdvirtNtr .
of aluminium and before the fireplace well. I can't see why it 5s that there :re so Many broad-minded: 1 phv>-icians) prcFoley's :
deaIjIL fender of somE'more many suffering women when there Is such an It i i" a brick made of !solidi- scribe honey and Tar, ail they -
I'OR ,' V pu like will he a !great easy way to be cured. 1 know your medicines I fled mule petroleum. The oil is treated have never found so safe and reliable a' -
metal. Alabaster paneled are'the best in the world.
: site Ii 446ute Y in such a way that It assumes a remedy for throat and lung troubles as
Mil I walls and costly silk and velvet hang Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets the favorite thi great medicine Fur sale Wilson ?f
on a' l strike consistency! : and may be molder by
of : :
L .0 Indian embroidered will complete family laxative. One Pellet' a 1'
ings richly & Son.m '"
address Miss M,, J c 'p Txr:..,'''(tiol1B. laxative, two Pellet a cathartic dose. into any tdinpe and hardened. A --



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.;t!;f.""-',;.1 ir. L ,. ,), THE FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY, 'NOVEMBER 7, 1902. -

t '.l'\t"... if COG\ ...... BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 'far as Hardeeville* F and after dinner'he I DR. LEON A. PEEK.Physician and Surgeon. I ,_':2.: ;;_ .-,"' j r
h } 3. t Residence, Melbourne.: At Eau Gallie Get the Most :
on .
j I FRANK LIPP-Practical Shoemaker. Foriy I mounted, his wheel and went as far as V ;
Tuesday and Friday afternoons, -
4 k years experience; all kind of repairing ,South Rockledge and back. A bicycle Out Your FoodYou ,jl
done, nice and cheap; also ladies'and men's tells how the road is. EAU GALLIE. of U l.-.<
+ shoes BACK
made ;
; to order. don't and can't if stomachis ]
Mrs. Thos. H. Sanders has returned Mr. and Mrs. Tylander are staying at your
l7 = GO TO J. M. SANDERS, The Old Reliable weak. A weak stomach does not di 't1
from a visit with her daughter, Mrs. C. the Granada hotel.
Store for good fresh and reliable goods liaise
,t } such, as Dry Goods, Saddlery. Crockery, Blythe, in Orlando. When Mrs. Sanders W. B. Cross has moved his fish house gest all that is ordinarily: taken into it. f' ..v'i. !

Hats,Trunks and a fall line of Groceries. reached Cocoa the wind was strong and to Fort Pierce for the fall season. It gets tired easily, and what it fails to the n

the river was rough, so she decided to digest is wasted.Among wondsrfby
It JARVIS HOUSE-Open all the year round. Mrs. S. E. Barbour arrived at her the signs of a weak stomachare
visit in town for awhile. : D
Pleasant location facing the river on riverfront IA
\ home, Walden Cottage, on Saturday eve- uneasiness after eating, fits of ner-
t Rates$2.00 per day,special terms by _- 1. J am -Roo
> the week or month. KOCKLKDGE. ning. vous headache, and disagreeable; belch! ,,,\ ey. liv
George Gingras and Walter Slate were Rev. W. T. Laine, of Sebastian" held ing."I have taken Hood's Sarsaparilla at ,k. t tt, emedy.reat .

t INm N Rl [R flIPPLE3.d present at the Eau Gallie races last Satur- services in the Baptist church on Sundayeve different times for stomach troubles, and a ' f the medHWrecked nin
last. run down condition or the system: ami have "
day.Mr. i been greatly benefited by its use. I vrooM P Ir lronrib'9ury; '
Paragraphs Personal and Newsy Briefs Hubert Magruder, of Oak Hill, E B. Wager, of Titusville, was the not be without it in In} "aLiIiy.! I am trou- I r years c

4 at Towns Along the Coast. spent a day or so with his parents this guest of J. E.last.:M. Hodgson on Saturdayand ach bled and especially nausea in and summer find Hood's with Sarsaparilla weak stom- ., a-,search, the emi b
week. Sunday
invaluable." E. B.lltcrna\W.Chester, Pa.
", Your home and property y and bla
; COCOA. Miss Myra Williams is in Jacksonvillea Mrs. Burns, of Canaveral, passed thro' Hood's Sarsaparillaand should be protected by._ list and

Mr. Heaton has moved his family into few days this week, leaving Tuesday Eau Gallie on Sunday en route to her qtly! curia

their own home. expecting to return on Friday.Mr. Banana river home. Pills I nsura'1Cid troy

'. ) Mrs. A. B. Carter and daughter were and Mrs. Horace R. Shares are Dr. Holmes, of Sharpes, is paying frequent -: Strengthen and tone the stomach and from FIIIE LIGHTNING' the% worst
' the whole digestive system.Mr. and CYCLONES. The ex-
in town on Tuesday. here for the winter. Mr. Shares is gettinghis visits to the Hotel Granada, where to not
.c. pense is small compared ree-
Miss Aleph Mims visited with our hotel in first class shape for the open- lie has as a patient W. II. Gleason. the risk of a catastrophy 4 have kid-
in December.Mr. :\ our supervising teacher, recently like this. Write to or ask
ing Miss Hoffman of Brunswick Ga. is :fI( be found
:". teachers over Sunday. ,
visited the school and spoke a few lU
J. A. Irwin and visiting her'brother and sister Mr. and Schuyler & Branning, Titus untested
: family are now ,
t. :Mrs.: Travis and Mrs. Hindle'paid Ti kind words to the children. Come again. information x in privaterates
; settled in their winter home here. Theyare Mrs.: Hoffman, on Highland avenue. for reliable ,
< \:. tusville a visit last week. the around the We understand:: and Mrs.V.. C. etc., etc . . .f . ;r to purr
beautifying grounds No. 36 was the winning boat Satur- -- --- -- inROBBINS
: on essful
: Election day passed off so quietly that Carpenter contemplate leaving our neigh-
house by planting shrubbery and orna-
last \ent has
day the Canvas Back of Palm Beach,
's: ; I a number forgot about it. mental borhood. We will be sorry to have them
plants. giving up the contest at tI.e second buoy.T. Js paper
.'; Mr. and Mrs. Ed have leave us.The .
< Spearman In.lian a
t- The liver orange, pride of C. Burns of West Palm Beach is in ;
:,"" : moved to their farm on Windy hill. Florida fruits, is already changing its Eau Gallie for a few days' vacation, much singing at the residence of Mr. & QRAHANl..

I The ball well dress for its robe of old. and Mrs. G. Nolle was largely attended _
masque Friday night was green royal to the delight of his numerous friends at >gss .rouble.
i attended and the music was good. Cool nights in the latter part of October this point.A unday evening. Miss: Clara Nolle pre- co. 1ii

: t, Mrs. J. Smith, of Cocoa Heights, is at hasten the process. sided at the organ. (Incorporated. Paid up Capital f25.000.nero
pleasant dance at Indian
; home after a pleasant visit at DeLand. "The Plaza" i is undergoing its annual River Inn was given Mr.: G. C. Kuhl made a business trip to This company owns ]lands' :...
. : Saturday evening last and a Osteen Thursday last, going via Titusville! in the Indian River Coun-A : :... .
j i
renovation for
t the winter season. Mr. $;
i Mr. Geo. Huston and family are at most enjoyable time was spent by the ; ...
and brought back with him a tine specimen the St. Lucie Hive
: home last and Mrs. Peck are now ready to entertain try, on
once more, arriving Friday. guests present.
I way-faring public, though the formal of a horse. at New River, and on BisF8RI 1
Quite a number of Melbourne citizenswere
; J Mrs. M. McLeod is on a visit to her druggists
I'' opening will not take place for some weeks Mr.: L. C. Gaines left Monday last for cayne Bay. {
in Eau Gallie view the
; l' relative: :Mrs.: A. A. Stewart, of Titus- Saturday to
!- + J ville. yet. boat race. Several remained over Lr the O.-teen and the turpentine distillery for PRICES TO( SUIT THE TIfha- ,.,?', rt,

: Ti i Mr. A. Smith is making some repairson dance at Indian River Inn.II. his health, which his many friends hope Send for land list. "I. ?
.u ie
i Fred Fisher has completed an attractive the Shares building, formerly the will be greatly benefited. OFFICES AT . ,
boat house for the launch in front of U. Hodgson's new residence on i TITUSVILLE AND MIAMI. "
:, Rockledge store, which will be fitted
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his lot. !street i is now roofed in and enclosed -
'I'i. I with ping pong tables, billiards, etc., and and tae painting has bl' Luck In Thirteen. EAST COAST MEAT MARKI

; Mrs. Zach Dixon and Mrs. Hamp used in connection with the New :Spiller has charge of the latter wurk. By sending 13: miles Wm. Spirey, of

C r Bradford were shopping in town on Sat- Kockledge hotel this winter. Walton Furnace, Vt., got a box of Buck- G. F. DUREN, Agent, I It

,I urday. The sure approach of winter is shadowed Mr. and Mrs. Stickney and family! areexpected en's Arnica Salve, that wholly cured a
in Eau Gallie on Friday of this horrible Fever Sore his
on leg. Nothing
:Mrs. W. G. Patterson returned on by the appearance of Mr. A. L. Wheeler. -
Tuesday after a six: weeks' outing in He arrived on Monday from New week. Mr. Stickney only remained in t'Ise could. Positively cures Bruises, Fel- FIori

Georgia.Mrs. Haven, Conn., seeming much the sameas Olean to vote before returning to his ?ns, Ulcers, Eruptions, Boils, Burns,
Florida/ home. Corns and Piles. Only5c.: Guaranteedby iJi
when he began his annual visits and
Jessie Keys, :Miss C. Hentz and to

'I . little Emily were shopping in town on Rockledge twenty years ago or more. Frank Houston has moved his tish all druggists._ \\\r\ est .
to Indian River/ inlet and has chartered -
camp ------- -- ----- -- ---------
Tuesday.I The deep pulse beat of the Atlantic, !

I t. I :: Iva Dyal entertained her friends twelve miles distant, has been heard with ters for the the Fly-by-Night men. Capt.for Frank sleeping towed quar-the S. W. MOODY, Ie'of&

\! on Saturday, the event being her 14th unusual distinctness during occasional outfit to the inlet with his launch
e f I J '' birthday. ... lulls in the heavy east winds which have this week.Rev. powvr Electrician, Gas Engine Expert

J prevailed for weeks past. The breakers
Dr. J. P. Cooper was out hunting on must lash the sand dunes which form the B. F. Brown, of Titivville, will TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. !!l

Tuesday to give that fine dog of his some coast line with terrible fury, to send hold services in St. Johns church, on Thoroughly understands all mechanical nhe
,h; exercise. work in these lines. Storage Batteries, Dynamos + l
forth such Young street, Sunday next at 7:30:
a far-reaching, thnnderouf p. in. Magnetos overhauled and repaired.
L t.. The yachts Hero and Columbus and sound. All are cordially invited, seat* free. Mr. Correspondence Solil" tl'd. Titusville, Florida sudt'l,! : .
the Schuyler launch, of Indianola, were Brown will be the \siuestof! J. E. M IlixJg;
Mr. G. S. Hardee and
family are i lejoic-
in town on Monday. son during his stay in Eil11lidIC: ,
ed to have Mrs. Lewis Andrews with them
l ,
,. tP The Prospect House opened Oct. 29th for an extended visit. Mr. Andrews beluga Jas. Pritchard & Soir c'u'_ i i

?ri with everything new and with a competent traveling man and on the wing most G. L. :Mandaville
force of help. of the time it is a pleasant arrangement Headquarters at arc v .1 I
i M AND OPTICIAN for. . . augur u \ ,
r P Mrs. Paine and Miss C. Paine are at that brings: Mrs. A. to the home of her JEWELER ,

r home at their pleasant residence at the parents for-the present. Mr. and Mrs. Titusville !; ,4,, 1 j I
south end of town. Andrews have made their home in Atlanta HARDWAREY I

since their marriage in the early : al. : 1
'J Mrs. Woods, of Orlando, had four of
: f the largest mules for sale we have ever summer. t'v' re-

seen in this section. ---- ----- -- tl ii'\ Has a very late and Yi ..Tinware, Crockery, Stoves.lar: ,
*' 11!
Mr. Rufus B. Artz, bookkeeper for Mr. ... Boat Goods, Paints Oils, IfI j
g 4 ,,. Silas Gould, of Jersey City, is the guest of ....i Up-to-Date line ofLadies' opN u and

:f' Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Gould. !! R 't9
and Gents'Watches VVOODENViAR.E.
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Taylor returned on {

:Saturday. We are glad to hear that :\Irs.1 \ a{.. 51e !I ; Chains, ___ Write for prices. *
Taylor is improving in health. : FLORIDA. 1 ..
Broaches and all Box 212. ,
i Little Kob Fish hot a rattlesnake on .. :. Iec

Saturday. If Hob keeps on he will clear kinds of Jewelry, -- JAMES: PR1TCHARD. F.esident.V.M. C. S. !SCIIUYLE'' it''ier.t It:.
'J this section of rats, snakes and hawks. I jjt tyt ; iJROWN .S. gat" "; ,,\tt. Cm- ,-
{r I tl p 1dx f '
Also fine line
f Col. and Mrs. Setze have rented their t t a very AN"dRIVER STAT nAB ,;

\\i \nsion' on the hill for the season to Dr. 6iiir of Clocks of the latest 8iR; .r tit T f

YI wood, who occupied it last winter. nn,
J h Daniels i is in Titusville practicing -' 4 k( UrcII a patterns and deG County Depository.rJ ?LEV. l.

i the band, of which he i is a member. rI1W.i >* Authorized

4; band has been engaged for the fair { signs, Capital$100,000. loses, 250. E
Paid up Capital, $ 25,000.
tike City. '
t A.t4# ; -7 q1-A-. Average Deposits, $100,000. clkhart, I Ind.
I .,Ir. ragsrett! of Georgiana, returned ' ..

t rom a trip to Daytona, where he pur- p Also the wfddy advertised TRANSACTS A i![

cha:>ed a mule which was put on the c \ ,
;mil Business
J steamer here. I
:Strike is off litre. Biddies Mil-ring: and FOUNTAIN PEN ?largest and (Oldest) s I

hen fruit in the market once more, but
i { Your choice of these Bank: on the liirer. (
t : take experienced advice and don't A t I ,,
the hens uv tlti t. j% two othf 'tal.I,to any I I II ixchrungeBoughtandSoldon i. Ao-.-.' ,.
Mr.: and Mrs. Cliaa. Theis, of Xy -d. the old mal' r , ti, fort all Foreign Countries. 1 4+ ,rant'. 3 ,cE l, '4

r expect to be in Cocoa next week to? lack.'Tl. v ''V.i'oiwi'r .
l : appnriiiivd.\ I'nunpt I MTirt -Rr r '
,he -wintt.r. It i is almost s"Mr r-:. 1 ll .,' r ,"Gt. ti< ..viiint! au''i] \t-ry fa\\ln'\llhi"'lt-lit '
i : *. Theis resided hf re. .t ,ili rniiM rvatixv banking: ; jrrantfd. rl

\ 'HI time I )I.ll::-;in\UENTS: : at'
t Among the 1 pli': -pngl'l ! U
:tl"':ard National i liank of New York, s
.. on Tuesday were Mr. \"l'll I Ilz,
and National Batik Jacksonville: -
i :Mrs. I IJ-im-ey:: and Mrs. C .:mfo"t 010 -

his, and Mr.[ Hancock, of"" t treo TITUSVILLE. 'FLORIDA .!

I Mr. J. M. Sanders is si.i I

,. the carpenters. We hear flint /c 1 he tion. E. L. BRADY & BRO.
cleaning out dry goods sale! *> "v I ,

holding on to our nickles and dimes:> Wealwa -
R Ffllo d
M Mr. Amos F. Laphani, Mrs. R. L.Holme ,. jr sickly :' '' stock fMusics AND ALL PROnUrTS ,
1 and Miss Kate Ever were arriv- '" It's" rich 1 and a \r",j ?mdle pr"dner otall IUds, 11'e art agents for )1\'s' Fntil ,"'
Li ,, 11'e
Ill' abt/\ hl ( dt'a
als Sunday's train. Mrs. Holmes and ,1- : '' .lfI\llb and solicit: the tra.t.If aJ! ,. ..
on 1'1'11"11111.
r W..itl'
M..1 al! .. 41 1 f 1 J
stref7tht 'I iTn food. \ : : 4rolrlt' c1..lavl'rt.! di l your "Iatiil/J, r. I.. ms; 0 a ,
< V Miss Kate returned on the Comanche. j J:' LL1D1'.t.i1L'ti.. 'r 11'\ i
Tothin and | and
Mother Dixon had several visitors on 1 pale persons

[ Sunday: Mrs. Thus. II. SmdNsIr.. he gives new firm flesh and IMBER AND ,

i x. and Mrs. E. C. Johnson and family, and rich red blood. I Mil BUllmi G IUTEEU J JYc ;

Messrs. Miot, Knight, Andrix and their Halloween passed on .
Children who first \
saw the keep
: everything required.

families.Mi?? B. trisard, principal of our school, old man with the fish are now O Messrs.teen last: Patillo week.and :Mooit4 M t5uwlayichool the' brick foundation to the ridge-cap pole, itmrlu1I':. 1t .'. j

I is collecting funds for the purchase of an grown up and have children .-:: SASH ; ; jJ
I' : : has begun and all are DOORS BLINDS PAINTS AND t.
organ for the school. All who can of their own. invited to attend. BUILDER'S HAP J

should donate to this cause, as the musical SPECIALTIES: MASBURY-S PAINTS
He stands for Scott's Emulsion }- AND VARNISHES.
).a training a benefit and a pleasure. I Oranges and grapefruit are being} shipped NEPONSETT & PAROID ROOf.i__ & t ,:>: .

1 1" of pure cod liver oil-a from this section. East Coast Tj.rja"toer: :: cfc JdJ.oo. -
; Mrs. S. Kitching, who has been visit Supp"
'J delightful food and a natural Messrs. Nola Griliis and Jesse Futch
ing her daughter, Mrs. C. Shroeder, left

on Wednesday for her home at Sebastian. tonic for children, for old folks were recently calling in Sliiloh. GEO. N. HATCH j"r-. :alrCat_ CU

; 3. She took the two babies with her. Mrs. Our school i is progressing nicely under -
a and for all who need flesh and ,
Shroeder will stay at the Jarvis House a our able teacher, Miss Adeline King. Dealer lA Generi t- ht1 xj

.. short time longer.N. strength.SCOTT. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. GrilHs were the _

M. Fish made a tour of inspection & BOWNE. Chemists guests of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Crook, of consisting of everything""... tli:1)th.: oer
409-415 Pearl Street. New York. usually kept in a ( ...... "' l'hop
on Monday. In the morning he went as 50c. and $1.00; all druggists. Clifton, Sunday. drsklasa ieneralWl1ary u I:: > ., ,. w L'II ,. I

f ", 1 uo as. at all drug'stores. I wan'It _J 1... L.. ..CARRUTHERS. _. _* _,A .'.,'. j-

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