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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 21, 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: VID00653
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 34175599
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
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.. I Ir o'clock. I never eat anything at these white thoroughbred Arabian horse ,

\: ,\ FOREIGN TRIP affairs. I get my dinner every night at that was the tiuebt auUnal'I have ever gp.h 1THB EAST COAST OF FLORIDA

l }r-: lt G and go to bed at 950 and get up at 8 seen. We pelted across farm land and is RutADiSH REGAINED."

; -.. \ In the morning. I am busy and haveno through villages:: for u good many miles, ...

:.t k & .' 1 \ The General's Experiences at time to eat at irregular hours. It and all the time he was at the bead

; interferes with my work.' of the column, saber lu hand and riding
;r .
., German Army Maneuvers. "After the dinner was over we went like the most reckless of hid enlistedmen. ,

I! out In the reception room with the ladies .
E .
. and chatted for a minute. Then "To get back to the general staff for

"' A . FUTURE HEAD OF THE U 8. ARMY the empress and her ladies In waiting a moment, let me bay that GermanyIs LOCAL TIME CARD No. 42. In Effect Aug. 28, 1902. |

t f'! went away. The emperor bowed and geographically: more exposed to . 1

r: we all bowed and they walked out In- danger than any country lu Europe.I''ranev : SOUTHBOUND-READ DOWN. NORTHBOUMD-KAD UP. .
\ : 'nfi'eor to Miles Describes the
: corridor. Just as soon as they .
I to a is on the west! sighing for revenge .12
i : ;" Value of the General Staff System made .0. II No It N a36 Ne. 71 No. E2t
had disappeared the emperor an and Russia I Is on the east waiting rally I MAIN LINE. 11kt 1 rELun
In Emperor \VlllluJl1'rmllow and said. 'Come Dat 1 Daily Dilll Datil yzjuu*
i all embracing gesture for an opportunity.' Austria I Is on the .

\- lie Told Ills Famous Milwaukee boys let's and have a smoke.; :
on. ; go south with a lively rememberance of
i : = GOO p to lb tt Lv.............. ..Jacksanviher.! ......... .....Ar '1 CO P 15 a ........ f'
i 4. Juke to the Kaiser. "He led the way to the smoking room. Sadowa and Silesia, and Denmark is ........ 5 C3 p 1023. Lr..6outh Jaek.oDT1l1e..J.T 8 e21 i 4J a ........

;i. When the attendants came around with on the north never fLI'gl'ttlngHlcswkk. ........ Up 11 SO s II ...............8c. ulu.uue.............. ... 6 6n p 7 .......,
: There are nofiner specimens of physical ........ is pill ca: p ................. Ha"tlll . ........... ... 611 p 7 06 a . .....r
o manhood in the American than tb-i cigars, he said: "Get Corbiu the I Holsteiu. The general; staff of the ........ CO p 'E IS p ..:...........East Pa.latk............... 'rl p a 00 a .......

army biggest, blackest, fattest cigar you can German army has worked out a defense .... .... 33 p i13 Ci p .. ...................tieoga. . ............ .. 4 17 p 617 a .. .....
+ Generals Corbin and Young. Each is ........ t5 I 1 CS P .' ................. pnnl'U5. ................ .. 'C' P Go') a ... . ..
-'II find. That's the kind be likes: I know for every (pass, for every con ........ e2 p 111 p II .................. Dupo.C........ ......... II 311 V i 59.. ..... ...
.. more than six feet find all that, but him. tingency. For every move or all ........ 13 V 149 p '1 ..................Ornon ............. ... 323 V 113J a ... r.
tills is a story about the recent experiences any ....... 3 O p 163p ..................Da).ona ................. 314p 521. ... . C
.. "You see, Prince Henry had been of these\ enemies might make the general ... .6 p :2 Cl p" ................PortOrange............... 3 C3 p 512 a . .
. abroad of General Young telling the kaiser about Cur iu's fondness staff has a counter move or check. 6 00 a CO p 22' p" ...............l ew 8myma............... II I U" 4 u. I .31"
-I 6237 ...... S t P to .................OakHi ................ E24p.. ...... IC81
?' I :I .' l.. whom General Corbin a few days ago for big, heavy cigars, and the That is the value of the system. Moreover Ci 00 a..8...... 321" .................Tlt.a..l1e........ ......... I' 1 p

.t. \ i t. announced was to succeed General kaiser had picked out a few for him. it has the in such a state ....... :..... 353 p .................,. Cocna. ................... I 13p..3 ..
> army ........ ...... tOt p .. ..................Rnckledxe.: ............... to 11 Pi. ....... ........
; Miles in the command of the army, The cigar they brought Corbin was as of preparedness: that the emperor could .... ... ...... 4 33 p ................ Eau Gallie ................ II ill 43 ...... ......r.
k. 1 "-' big as your wrist almost, but Corbin vast force in the field in ....... ...... t 33 p ? ................ Melbourne: ............... .. '12: 33 p ........ ......
.{: _, I : saps the Washington: corrcfepondeiit cfe put a twentyfour ....... ...... 613 p II ................. 8 ba..tlan................. "' 11:3. ....... ........
I f 0 '..- New York World. tackled it and afterward said it was ht.urs. fully armed and equipped ....... ........ s C3 p ................. St. Lucie ................. .1105" ........ ........
\. \ fee the best he had ever smoked. andll'u'isIIUt'll.: 1 ._..... ........ G 20 p .............,.. .Ft. Pie'.ce................. a ........ ........
..,': I '. General Young, who, together with \ hope to see ourarmy .......... ........ S 2S p II ................ ){hUe C ty................ \\110'' a ....... .......,
4. I y "We talked about all sorts of things. reorganized under a general staff ........ ........ tl p ................ ..Tibt+all9.................. "Sin 3:1: a... .... ...
h. I Generals Corbin and Wood, attended The kaiser led the conversation. He ........ ..........C (3 p .. ....................Eden.................... POB: a ....... ........
j. German ana were law before bit:; ........ ........ C) P II ...................Jel,ln................... a ....... ........ fi
I. the army is a wonderful man. His stock of information ------- ................. 7 CO I' .. .............. Stua-t.. ................. .. lie l' a. ....... ........
t. entertained by King Edward of England about all sorts of subjects There is no cough medicine PO popular ........ ....... 1 39 p .. ................llote 81)u\l1........... ..... It" <
< : threw the otlur and l ........ ........ 7 t3 p II ........ ...... Jupiter" It 3J
I one leg over seems iuexui5.tible. lIe fires questions as Toley's Honey ami Tar. It contains ........ ..... .. 813 p .............West Palm B )Ch............. 8 M

i I took up a red covered memorandum at if beWI'l' human or and 1 never fails to ....... ........ 8 (2 J' ................. .oyDton.. .......... ... .. 833 a------------------- -
"ii ,. from his desk. you as a no opiate poisons I........ ........ 933p ? .............. Ft. Lau<1..rdae! ............ 783 .
I .. book Gatling gun. He bores it into you and cure. For sale by Wilson t1 Nm.Kuiiiiuel. ........ ........,19t l' II ................Leu1..n City............... 65J
. t, *"I have some notes here," he said, drills through you, and if you haven'tthe - -- ........ ........213 zo.. Ar. ................ . lami..L., R, 43 'r ,

t i "that I made in Germany. Perhaps I / -
4 information. he wants he leaves you Rum mel sweetened BUrrET TARLOR CARS OJ TRAINS $3 AND".
I ', ; can elaborate on them." a spirit Imporh'lfrolll
;. very quickly;} and goes along to somebody "- Russia and derives ups
I. Then he closed the book and neveropened who tell him what he BRANCH LINES SCh EDULES.I .
can wantsto title from the German of
name the
for hour -
I. but talked
again an
: ,
j .. :I I about the trip to Germany and to Eug- know. He will not tolerate stupidi! herb cumin with which it !Is flavored, do. 61 No. 66 I No. 53 No. 491 No. 47 PALATA No. 4S No. 48 He. 60 Jio. 841 1 I,. .IBDxly. '
: r ty. When Tie asks a question, he expects though caraway seeds are also used DJ.ily. Dd:y. Daily. Dat.y BRA-NCH Da.lly. DaHl. D UI. D&11,. bAll,. .
r I France.
kind and to I
'r f
rational and
'rt 4 a reasonable answer, for the same purpose. 733p 633p 43np114Sa 623&1, v I'alak& A-I 2620& 713a: +124 pl I P
(: 'I Germany was friendly through theemperor and a feeble I don't know' makes him 7fOp I 603p I t& pUC3p I a l4'aIArE.Pala.tke.Lv600a! 6 aa:13: :& Pl5C5pl1CSp.
}. .j and '-
England was more so
shrug his shoulders and move on to the The rertlnn Crown No. 61 No. No. 48 I N7: UlJal.y.
: : through the king. Each person in authority 45\\ BAN MATEO BRANCH. I
next He .
man. speaks excellent English The royal crown of I'ersia, which Ua.y. I Datil.
rE !
according to the experiences of .
)I ";. ) with just the tinge of a German: dates back to remote ages Is !in the 1 6 b lJ a. :Lv. ..... ............. .East Palatka....."...""..' .. ... \rl fI 53 a 140 P
\ . the three American generals:: tried tot accent, and is vastly interested in form of a put of flowers; surmountedby 81 PI 5 84 a iAr. . .. .. .. .... ........ ... San latt'o..L.. j 3611. i au 1'N
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show these of thiscountry's '
representatives everything .\llH'r l'au. an uncut ruby the size of a Lta's 21ti. 1 ;. 19No' No. 15\ He I-a No. 20'j No 11
\ '
: that the only original, 6 2nd MAYPORT BRANCH Buud'
..k army 'He is fond of a joke too. Like his egg. On.y.y Sund'y Only. I Dahy.lJ Sun I 11'111. \ Only.Dally.. !
I traditional friend of the United States
J y, : Uncle Edward, king of England, he ---- -- - 200 p 1006 Ii 6 CO P 8)1'J a-;............ .' I vUle ............M 1 43 a 12 33p l F135 .. r
I was the sovereign he represented and laughed a lot at some of our turil'It The Bret liriurdy for Croup, S C3 p IJ 13 a B C3 p 8 U 8. .. ..........50. JIi..konnlle..Lv 737 i. 1211 p 6 2S
I tie sovereigns themselves were not far ; 24) p 1041 a 633., \9 U 110 ...... ..... .h.blo Belll.h. ........... 1 o5 a 11 60 a 4 i31 01
.. was at this dinner that I made that From time Atchiaon, Kan.. Daily Globe. E: t5 p 10 W a. G U P 9 n a ...........Atla.ntic Bt'llch.......... 700.. 1146 a \ t t5 't "
: p behind in this endea\or. moral old Milwaukee joke; that was cabled allover 3COp1l'a 7C3p 99.iaAr, ...... . . . .Maypnrt. .... ... .. .Lv, 643" 1110. aJ DO i0.

1, 1 Young had nothing to say on this point, This is the season when the vvoiuarvlio \ II 12 No l ,"0. 2 '..1
.. the world. The kaiser said mail
to me, but his experiences spoke for them \ / knows the best 1"l IIk'tlil'ftJl' croup i Kin l' }ly.SANFORD BRANCH. IJ Exp ntr Ex.;, ORANGE CITY BRANCH !iIp&li lost t
Young; have you ever been in Germany > ]itbun.
t' ; selves.: before:' demand in every Iu&ig! borhood. One Si1" Stn. I Sun.

i I "You understand said .the general, of the most: tcniblethinus in the vvoild i ito is f e3a Lv..........THu\1le.! ..........Art 115 p, 3 1) plLy. ....,,. .to ew Smyrna....... .MiS! d j ,
"Y oU sir, he called us Young and 'I 181L Lv...... ......}. ............. 1Ctp 4 Zl p.Lv..Lakt'Helt'o..L'1. 33p j
J i that even if I felt so disposed 1 could Corbin and Wood without be awakened in the middle of the nightby 631& Lv.......... .O..te n............Lv.1151 al! .4 33 p Lv..Ora'tre Cty ...... t v 812 i i

: not say one word of comparison between any prelicsut a whoop from Olof the children 8 bi a LV..m....Entt'.prlifll..........LVll, JJtJ a !16 t5 pAr. .....Orange City Junes. .....L.:5: O 5 J it {
Ct. all. So did King; Edward. 98)a ...... .. .. !. .. ......... It 0080 I I t
our army and that of Gtrnmny. The croup remedies ate almost 1:111"1: ;' tobe
'YoUl!;;, he asked 'have you ever These Time Tables show the times at which trains may be expect to arrive and depart =
The of has forbidden lost in of revolver is ,4
: secretary war case croup, as a ai stations, but their -rival at the time stated is .
bleu in Germany before''t' from the s v? a departure : not ;ru ranelr1.
that and has ordered us to keep; our Mire to be lost in case of burglars.; There nor does the Company hold Itself responsible for any delay. or any co-sequence arising: tterebom. -
.No), 1 answered solemn as an owl .
i / comment for the report we are to ti- 'tl to I'l'l an old-fashioned remedy for!
hot in this part, but I have been in
t, \ I make. However, there is 110 restriction Milwaukee.' croup, know as hive syrup anti tolu, !hut FOR INFORMATION RELATIVE TO SAILING DATES 0? P. & 0. STEAMSPIP COMPANY }. _

on us as regards our experiences, some modem! mothers sav that Chambei- APPLY TO ANY AGENT. .
"Tli- kaiser '
saw: the p pint and laughed
the people we met and what we think lain's (Y>u<;h Remedy: i is better, and doc*
heartily. IU- thought the joke was so Fur "Ol'YIf 'o; ,-al tim raid! apply to any u){cnt.
1 of them and 1 may say that I talkedwith not l.o-t: :-much. It causes: the I patient tl)
t guttl that he told it to all and
'i 1: 1 the kaiser and King Edward it was cabled: to England next coiners day and I throw up the phlegm" quicker! amid give J. D. RAHNER, A,8t. Gen. Pass Agt ST. AUGUSTINE FLA. 1! ,

,f enough to find out that great as their relief in a shorter. time (iivn tins remedy ..- -- - ---- ----- -- ,
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II --- --
printed the there1 n8BA
papers suppose
estate I is they are essentially human the
as soon as cough
it got over here a bo. Now, I was innocent appears '
t beings and men in every sense of the and it will prevent the attack. It never
enough. I had heard that
a uord. Butt are what we \\ould call gag fails and is pleasant to take. For sale by (
many times and it really wasn't
good fellows. They like congenial company niy 1>. 1;. Wilson:: it luau, llrng_ 't ARDvAIR
s fault that nobody had ever tried it on
good stories, a good dinner and a ._ .
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the emperor of Germany before.
good cigar. They are neither one of 1
"The maneuvers were great. They
Advice to the Aged.Age
them so hedged in with the sense oft .
have been described so often that it LINE RAILWAY.FOR '
._ .. their own importance that they cannot brings infirmities, such as slug- .
be foolish fur me to go into
t meet everybody on a common foot- gish bowels, weak kidneys and bladder
V1 them. The thins that impressed' :; us all, and TORPID LIVER.Tuti's .
fug and they gave me the impression -
however, was the wonderful elh'eiency ':"'II
i ; ( being bully chaps whom it would ,:.JI. ;d;
e of the general staff. There was no '
.. ; a pleasure run across anywhere.We .
confusion in the problemsoikid uut Savannah Columbia Southern
b were in Germany; a few days before Pills i Pi; t ,
e by that ( Pl'lUilli army. The staff: had :>
we were officially! there-that is to '
prepand the smalhht details If there Richmond Washington Baltimore i
gar, our invitation stated that we *
F .1 were three potato tit-Ids U be crossed: ,
4 would expected: to be at a certain
each lYgimcnt knew through just what have a specific effect on these organs, Philadelphia New York
place at a certain time and that we stimulating the bowels, causing themto ,

would then become the guests of the puitK-uhr th.llllt must go. Everything perform their natural functions as

was like do<.kWUl'k. Buck in the civil in youth andIMPARTING
:'tiuperor \;l' got into crlin a few -
war I often saw big! bodies of meu tl.,- 'il
- : days ahead of time to look about. VIGOR -'

Our oln'clal visit was to begin on lajed for hours because some other to the kidneys, bladder and LIVER. T\u I
( body of men was crossing in front of > KWant:I Trails nail :
Monday. On Sunday we were invitedto They are adapted to old and ) .
th"in. Fur instanci1, 1 have seen a ; ,
dinner with the emperor. We were

r I to night go, and to a we formal couldn't dinner quite on make Monday out i whale cause corps another lie idle corpsvas for a K>ng time pasfcing.There -. 1! Florida and i Metropolitan, Limited t Seaboard Fast Mail

could be none of that under' the
what this invitation 11lt'ant.rIlw din-
general staff system. In
a mmcmcntof
jjer on Monday night was to be a big
.. that kind two corpsould never Modern Pullman
- affair. Some of the young chaps I clash. F tv Equipment.!* J.LONLY

thought) that the dinner on Sunday ;
.3 i "In our own lthl' of
1 l'a workings
for *
night was to let us out Monday

'c night, but we couldn't conceive that, the system were exemplified remarka LINE i XW- '

bly. We had ill-'ll'udiOliS furnished \1\ :
printed \
.- and anyhow if we hail it wouldn't .1
\ to us each day as to halas Operatiiiff' 1 Daily Through fioin ,1
: .
have made any t'.iffereiice, 1'01'uch an ln'l'l'r> .itckstknvillc: to \ -\\ I p, '
to be dvHK and where we \\ere to g->.
i'A\ I Invitation is a command. So we put on 1
ICevere notified what train to take. .. 1
our uniforms andeut.. We found that 'H'e.. -
r \ I'J compartnu-nt to occupy, and I .
the emperor had Invited the Ew'Vijcofficers. I' "
l lK
; ; 'v> e got offvrv told that the "i
a Lord Roberth, Kellyr[ \ "*
*:ignetl to ns \\ould I be mini I'r full formation: and
+ lt.t.ppl' rt>erv itions- call i.
f Sirudrick, the fceeicurv of '''H. on any :>' _
... ,\l t.: 0111' aids, should 1 remeniMy :- v .i; 'tit. or \vtiuto
Lord Loiibdale, who i., one of \01.'
; \
.. horse'.s number f
: f' peror's best English friends, a.
r :a the train stopped) 1 I LI
not invited any of the officers fro JY'le !
1 was a ;gro'uavitli I have I > to use jour A. 0. MacDonell Asst. Gen. Pass. --.J
i other countries. It was a (Jen.JInglishAmerican I Agent,
:' \ If it beeuuif luveriage BI.ick.Draughtl Poultry Mcdiustd .
function exclus
r \ thereas atliar w an d' ay that I htvcrI

t I Lv.- '. me at the exact an\thing foTsu;",K that gave half as .1 .\l'I: )NVI1.1.1 I : I.1 I.\!

'We presented to the ro.who i satisfaction.! I I
were CU1p: good heartily recommend
-s&Aefd\d! it, and if. ail<'r Ir..trn I ,
received us cordially but still lit it to all: owners of stock. i --
in the eiii't'ilue to ';'" 'Hi! -
a i.v tie myri' than the usual: p< iiu; ? greet? and wanted iun-i auaiu. | J. B. BELSHER! St. Louis, Mo
er mj
- ings. Then the empress came in with all I had to do was to ltd I U around I 'k t\'k or .pula gilt' 'I la, .. 4

> 'v her ladies in waiting./ We had been and therevouhl be the p'( omit with eat iif.tpUk: t-)... . WI.

told to leave our hats and swords in It i; sick: P,'r'l!i.- blitjj J
for im\ was
tits hol'Swaiting i 1 r ri
: tllfr"l } f Hid.
the anteroom. That marked the dinner | : hy i.),
so with our horse: accoiumouatioii, and siaine. .. ..
poultry .
are .
Ir ..i as informal, for if it !ltd ll',11 formal
with: our baggage and with evtrythingelse. jl'lI't stuff tll'--: 1 ,

t i vre would have worn our swords and The system wus manelou. It lei; -t".k foo4. (; '! klSr 1 FACTORY LOADED .

1 carried our hats. We went in to din was all worked out by the general and! stir up the torpid; liver aiai.hsial t "New Rival" "Leader" : ;; ;j1': !

ner. The table was laid like three sides staff. will \be cured}, if it tll ; !

s of a square. The emperor a tat one "These are small details. The greaterones Me to care it. Black! ; 'raiA: : ?M'f\U" ,

1(! side of the table on the closed end, and l'.ultr111il.'int nnfiatK the

1 s with Lord Roberts on on side andO were attended to with the same l bun -..1.! and stirs upthtorpid!, Itvti. | you are looking for reliable shotgun .1% rmunition )

other. The sat results. The maneuvers were, in effect, It l'liH'en'I'V) malaly of tlll.'k if Iflr the kind j
Corbin on the empress that shoots
l a practice battle, but every soldierknew taken: in time.: l'lUre'a :!:'-'I'Ut can, wherdagak 'ir

-r 't ": across from him and I was near by. what he was to do and how. ot I I'.lack-l'rancht:: St t'k and I'ottltrv point buy Winchester F '
+ of the pleas-+ your gun, )
That dinner was one ory _
I'dicineand it will for itself .
The staff endeavored to simulate :\('tulIcouditions 1 j>.n. : ten Y ""

antest I ever attended. We talked constantly as nearly as possible and tuaosover. llorv-i ",r better, tows Loaded Shotgun Shells: "New Rival," loaded pith Uf..4

r with the emperor across the giu1 iiiort milk. Hot's gain flesh.
7 succeeded in getting very realistic and! Black "Leader" and "
f J table. Tho emperor wasn't quiet a And henlay more eggs. It solves the t powder; "Repeater, loaded -1

v }, ; minute. He asked everybody questions valuable effects. The cavalry charge jirol'l-\ in of making us much blood, with Smokeless. Insist
tried to flank the upon having Winchester
and explained and when 10,000 men flesh and energy as possible out of
n and argued
army of offense was marvelous. The:' the smallest amount of food con- Factory Loaded Shells and '
his opinions and we fought accept no others
proclaimed ,:
: emperor rode with his men in that: sumed. Buy a can your dealer.
i back and had good time. Somebody t
J him a charge and so did we all. ALL DEALERS KEEP THEM1 ,
.' noticed he wasn't eating anything
"It was a wonderful sight. The emrimor

:,, and spoke to him about it. rides magnificently lIe had ii I (!
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when the whole battalion would join Ole Jack Fro.'. '

SUGGESTIONS In rousing regimental chorus the effect When a feller's gittln' sluggish an' Is runnln' 1- _' _ __ 0 -
a : : : -_ __ _ ,_ _=----_ ,: -" :__-___ 0-
shy o' vim
was very fine. General Corbin !
When he gits that rubber feelin' In the I
this form of entertainment i
was Impressed with legs that's under him \ V t r

for the men and he has When he feels his snappy vigor growln' j
il Music For Privates and
embodied his Impressions In his recommendation shaky on its base
An' his gingery ambition gits to wabblin'
for vocal music In the ar
Celibacy For Officers.
-J' out o' place
:: my. HP believes that regimental songs Then he likes to hear the croonin o' the

would encourage esprit du corps among solemn autumn braze,
Likes to see the leaves a-fallin' from
MARRIAGES the men.
their fast'nln' on the trees,
Fur he knows a tonic's comin' that'll cure f !
At present: the proportion of working him free o' cost.

Infant General of the Army Says time is smaller In Britain than in any An' the name blown in the bottle Is jest

f ar of Young Officer IN Too Small other nation. The assertion Is true Ole Jack The Kind: Yon Have Always Bought, and which has been f

alike In of agriculture, of Industry
respect ?
Enable Them to Properly Sup- Frost! in use for over 30 years, has borne the signature of
of !shopkeeping, of commerce
ort Families -Would Teaeh Sol- and has been made under his
and of the professions There Is stacks o' system bracers In. the per-

|ier to Sing Regimental Songa. 'pothecary shops. c26Mc- supervision since its infancy.
Some done up in pills an' tablets!, some in
achelorhood for lieutenants. \V. A. Hen-en, of Finch Ark., write: shapes o' bottled slops, no one to deceive you in thi )

L'ocal music for the rank and file.These "I wish to report that Fbley's Kidney An' the man o' drugs '11 tell you how yer All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-good" are but i

are two new and original r 'C- Cure has: cured a terrible ease of kidney system they will search Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of
Till they find that weary feelin' an' 11
men ations made by Major General and bladder trouble that two doctors bad kfiock it off the perch; Infants and Children-Experience against Experiment.

rbin, adjutant general of the army, given up." For sale by Wilson & Son. But there ain't a patent cure all under-
neath the autumn
his annual report to the secretarywar moon
That kin swing the proposition like the
recently made public, says a A FREEZING CURE. one that's com in' soon- What is CASTORIACastoria N

Washington dispatch i to the I'hiladelfhla Ain't one that kin return to you the vigor

Press. They are expected to ex- ]f. Tictet Claim Wonderful. HesnllgFrom you have lost v is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric .
Ills icy Hath. Like that never failin' tonic known as
ltc comment, some criticism and huaorous Ole Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It
M. Raoul Pictet is a famous Swiss
discussion. They are made in Jack contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic
chevalier of the Legion ofhonor
savant, Frost!
good faith and based on a general
discoverer of the liquefactionof sutatance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms

_ r common. sense analysis of conditions oxygen and a member of more than Takes away that tired feelin', puts the and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and AViiulColic.

s in the army. ginger in yer gait,
forty scientific societies in Trance and It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
In recommending celibacy for the Shows you how to walk the step o the
Germany. lie has invented a cure rot successful candidate; and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates tho
officers of the General
young army and diseases of the lungs, the stomach, the Lights yer eyes up with a sparkle, fills Stomach and Bowel, giving healthy anal natural sleep.
t mind the
Corbln has in struggles yer craw with nervy sand.
1. circulation and the kidneys, entitled"frigoihrrapie The Children's Panacea-Thc Mother's Friend.
oftentimes lamentable failures of !lieutenants yer thankful heart to dancin' to

.. to support themselves und faui- ," or the "freezing cure," the music o' the band.

the Paris correspondent of the Ain't a medico that's bankin' on his powders -
:J l".e'! flies on their small salaries. His ownexperience says New York Herald. an' his pills GENUINE CASTORIA! ALWAYSBears

;; in rising from the I lowestto That can ekal Dr. Nature in a-curin human -
The consists of
neee.ssary machinery :
the highest grade In the army
.. a well of metal lined with thick furs, In a-straightenin the wires o' yer existence the Signature of '
taught him severe lesson:; which he
into which the patient descends, the when they're cross
believes, can be of profit to young oflicers. And the medicine that does the work is

,'. . depth being about five feet. This wellis Ole

surrounded by an outer shell, while Jack
In a few sentences I in his annual report
'I. Frost!
the cavity between the outer and inner:
the general discountenances theirly -Denver Post 4
walls is tilledith a combination! of --
marriage! of young otiieersho .
K sulphurous and carbonic aC known to PHONOGRAPH AT A FUNERAL ,
.{ -e entirely dependent upon their pay
the -:scientiiieoihl as 'liquide pictet,"
!. jd allowances for support.: Such niarlages -
ow after its dico\'erer. This gas is Kept in Imio\utinu at u St r"O at Il'O.t' The Kind You Have Always Bought
he declares, HOC greatly to be ,
a liquid state at 110 degrees below zero Ivan.:
'leploi-ed and should be discouraged.
'.. and is conMiually: forced into the cavity A phonograph was recently. used In

' licit young officer should have only by specially constructed pumps. place of a choir to furnish music at the In Use For Over 30 Years.THE .
allegiance, and that should be to
M. I'ictet the surrounded funeral of Daniel I*. Williams of Leav-
a Sf>n"'lV's the maxim laid down
t: *t by furs and! the icy i liquid, has: no eiiworlh. I au., says UK- NeYork :1
: nis +)rt. In conversation the genM -
t''l1 imprison: of cold whatemand. in Times The Uev. Samuel Pearson, pastor -
further elaborated this idea.
fact his temperature rises after three of the First Congregational! church ,
q\yl t'1l a young man makes up his
second-1 treatment increasing from ami one of the most prominent preachers -
id to eiittr the with his oath
) army one-half to a decree; in live minutes. in the city, was called upon to ofli-!
he should tala vow IS hindf -
fisjliiee' period of tnat'net! ranging;' ; from five date at the service. and as it was toj Southern
: :almost as that of the (priesthood, Railway.
; to tiflee'i m;notes is snlticieiit for the late to obtain a choir Mr. I'eai-hon went
;jc said. "Knowing! as I do personally
time lu'ing. lo a iuu>ic :store and obtained a 1'1.10Ulrgraph
. he many lamentable cases!' <.f lieutenuits KFFKCTltK OCT. 1, 1!HI',.
M. 1'irtet he hiniM-lf. after fifteen and two records 'The Holy
says --- - ---- ---- ----- hOo ---- ---------
/ stru'.'.:;iill;': to inai'it'iin' their ." Wilt." In .\u;. 3lu;. :>(11-l ; Xo. 13 f =a
+ of ilhll'was cured after Cit and "Jesus as Thou Route
years : ) XOKIlA.T. AOKni\lh EICTI'
I .tml'
I i : '
J as (oiiicers and support( their Daily Oaily.

'I Jfumillcs'Standing on their meager pay and of eight; deM-eiits into "the well" the course of the service the phonograph Lv- .U-kwuvjle, S ,.-l Ry= -----=;- '.I 'MiuSavutmaii 7.>:) p Jal.k'uVtlll', Scj.-Ky___u__-- !(745jiS

that haH to down under the rendered these hymns.Mr. Lv, tin..Ry____ _I 115pKifhnimui. ; 1231J a I Lv. Jetup.Ar. >. Uy-__----I-1045p yh.

Many go IVarson stated that this proved! \ Chdoltt'. So. RySo. _--___, 9 511 I' 10 05 a Macon St Ey__--______-_1 3tNa =

'f. gushing weight of debt Incurred in SWAM IN I HOTEL FOUNTAIN. to be satisfactory to the relatives and .Ir.lunilk.t I Ry::.::.=_}' ?.'ji.* 1 40 |> !j i Ar":-Flovilla, So. Ry_____-_____!;! 358, ._

iese strucrgle.s! I believe it my: duty to.varn dead and that, .\.r. SH 7 00 a 54-i pi I-\r. tio. Ry.____ 1 530a
friends of the man ) _... -1!
otiieers who have no other Pootliill Victory !rniiKoly Celebrated ly-V I 1 I 1'\1'. P.ttoekanutart. So. Ry____________! 053 a F -
young at Aiiilitoriiiiu In ('hit-ago. kvhile! it was an innovation he believedit Ar.r.. Lynchburs. So. --I. .. -| 2 48 a j 1 4 07 p Ar. Home. So. Ry._____-I! 733a

I- source of ineume not to mairy. would come into general Use at fura's. l'la! :lrl lttl'\.I' S o. 1V-----. !: 4 :35 a :' 5 :)01' : .\1'. lhtlt-m. So. ._--.! 836.1
_ 'f : In his coinuient on this The last band lit'l'utJh'rs from the : '!'iIna !I 93l1p> ;,
----- : Ar. I'liattaiutojia, So. Ry.i 945a
! b'( uoint the ;l'lll'ralays: in his report( : I'nhersity 01 :Michigan celebrated their !['!' He will in future take a pho- \r. ttahim.m1': :- I:. R .-?' ItWjL: 1135 p j Lv CinttaMoo. QtitfU<; ('read-lit 1000a .
\isiting the sick interM ___ n 1.1 -2.iti a I
G'' recent footballUt<-r> in a way that .touraphnen Ai.Ar 1'hil.i.nj.I w. 1 1' K.K .Vi.o.ik.i.ilf; lltteentvrestent1205a; -

... Those without private means moist startled! tliu&e in Aiulitorium Amax :Him: his spiritual talk with sacred .-N>a' ,-". 6. I*. K. li i ('N.I i>-. -(5 HO a_ ': Ar_. Sunn.:..,....... Ottt....._ >V. Crocciit" ... ,: 3---r tift'n -
divide their
6"-: 7cessaiilv. flayIt'1WI't'U i
musit. \1' Burdu. (lit l'B.\: ('rt'St'l.ut 43Up
.*' !:) coo' demand-! of (dice and faniilv. The at lu\'lut"l. the oilier moriuiu) in i'liica- \n.:3t.t'w \.rk and Florida EIIrt'1': Leviiiiitoli, (lll.11t! t.'n'St''ut 1 5 15 p J

-: ley;. of a setond lieutenant s. :$: llt.li7! gi>. s-i.xs the Xe\v \ork WorM. One tlf :\t'" SJorjhtnit Ih..en. D.iily. PuMiiiitn! ,.,1\'I'lill car*. I'oit Tatiipa .\i t'III('iuimati,--(tmt''Il &! ('n-veiit 730p t,

:1. S. L month. a sum only suHicient forChilliNtence the part i .>' waded kie. deep into the .\ delightful new story is extant'k'I.tIt\llc; to Nework.. I'lnun; car. CiiK-imuti, Rig Four-Route' 34,1;[. _'

\ and equipment.\ In I fact, it big founiain in the l'ulllp:-itu roinn and! about the autocratic temper of I)r.Ilenrik \' m1,11'ashiuRon: Richmond and FloridaLimited Ar- Chicago- -- Big i Four" Route- !i 1- 7- ill'-\

t1 .' ires prudence\ and rare to get along; bean sit itinic: up jodiish! in his Il,wlI. s.ithe New York 1, via' I.ll'P' 1 101011 d D a.. Pullman > Lv. CiucilalatiPenn.. Lints----- I s 3tp;
3 fi 4 : : Ai ('hi Mi.'o: 1"1111. LinesTl. _. ._ _' 730
N. \.' '. and |,;uti<-ularly is this true La Htls. Tired uf this ilUW-t'IIINlt.: he Times. The Xorweirian winNtry! of .tltrpiu cars Jacksonville to New Tork.----------,, -- =i
1.t L. la. I'liicinii.iii, ( e n.- Iouol. i'\lap .
lit rrs of the I in'united service who. began; s w llllllill Then all chanted: agriculture, needing an eligible home l Dmiiixcal:*. I Ar. Chiwigo. ('.II..t !>.-Motion _I 7j3a{

'eelst trot? III't ill:' mounts. .\ considerable I h.I a'u't it just .sin.-v g I't at.Tu of its own. fixed its fan"y on the: venerable -- - u -.-- ------ ----- -I I Lv.'inriunati..Ii.! & I-Mich.l'cu.94ip" J _
ttii'u Wisconsin ri- lit off the 'Iat1I1.t !
.' ', u- iv.iiiv| l for scrvi.-o in thenSideredoi pess lui t's corner house in To CI\<'IXN \Tllllttul'\11 THK L\XD OF THE j Ar. Toledo, ( '. H. .x H.licb.11'; ;S lOa

: : H. S(-otU! the man who had SKV. : An iK-troit. ('. U.&l-Mich.tVu( 7 4.) = "
\\'I.t, ,I'v living is expensive, (Christian} from the broad hay window A
----- -- -- - -
e Twr 3f of plumed I ; un..ler the water was helped I Lv. So. 1v----------------1 TsopK15p
,. OUfC'OIU'IIi-lwll'lIt; of this tour of \\ hi'h the doctor surveys poorhumanity Ri'fTK. N'o. 30 ; Lexington ,
nut by ills brother. Kamsey: : Scott RTiiK"Uxm I I Ar.Lv.. LouUvi1-! .>. Ry
wilts oiliy -- -- ----
iii actual hardships to through his spoct..cles.When .
11 1 amid l'rl'l'l; iVtendx lIe walked! through Lv.\ilie. .-41. H------------. 755pj: Louis\ille' St>. Iv915p'j T
i hnt nt il it's." Ibsen received the customary Savannah, So. Ry- ----------- 12 30 a i iLv. Ar. St. I.(HI'.. S,.. By----------------( 732& f

,' Jf pro g\\\\ \ knows:: there would be no the 1I1:11'hlthlhIr.: theater drip- official "notice to quit." he shook his oluniiiia, Rw----_. 7 00 a - - -- --:-
increase I ping on the p-l:'iird tVor. to the clerk's .\1': Ashe.ille.i. So.Rv.------------ 1 .;" p iS.Ry \II. 13.: "The 'lorid:, Limited.: Iailyy.
crime. congress; for an fist and exclaimed. "Then I i-ove to \ 1I"t >|jlril!i", __ ___. __ .__ 2.- I Soiid train ofe i ,"ril"ue coaclu and Pullman -
;,( desk where he the
his .
\ : ll). -.l.iri.1*. as the budget is pit key nxiin.I'll HI'I'IiIl'othiu! ;: more was done The Ar. (,iitcinnati.N'o. tlllt'en &: ('n'SCt'ut Ii: a sleepittg;: talc ksouvilU- to C'inriiniati. -
. ad. f ,' l and ---------- "
:> helped upstairs --- --
' f ;:. flf1art a!S the appropriation l'OmjHa ea > put au'neulturil ministry i is looking for another -- I II. C. Hf\r. City IVssenseraud; Ticket Agt -

: ttes will: recognize. His remedy, ;o bed. house, Christianwould! not :30. i'ullnian thawin room sleeping ('ityTicketOtttce,1tP! \\ Bay nt. -
II. F. C\K\, DistrictJacksonville Passenger \gl'J,', .
I' pert' rcfore. is i for )'01111;: men to forgettere ; lie Could II.mlly (a t Up.I have its "leadini: eiti/en" sro to Berlin. i tr,., Jack.viu\ille to Cincinnati.So. . !I Fla. ; :

love and devote __ __
i is:: surh a t thing; as ,
I 1'. II. of .\ III .
Huffy, -hley writes: --
lives of single blessliiitil .
: tluwi'Ives! to C.II.\'lil.rI'.Gt'lIualJIlII\'ttr, s. ti 1I\tUWH'li.G.l'\?
"This i. to certify that I have taken tOIlottlc.s
or a colonelcy Wa hill ton, I). c.
OI1'II1I1'S a !>
' _/ of Folt-y's Kid e.'un'. and it hash f

I, I r Capt. i'1-; tl'ln! sullicient iiu-oine to -.Iped me more than any other rmdi"iie. ..,.... 4"j'',* r'r.,(:/ JF')...,. W. II. t\\ 1,0K:, A. (i. I'. A., Atlanta, Ga. r

lies recently ',nle' and tallllly. I tried m.ii.y; adxertJM! ',l reinedi.s. O 1j 7j Ff tft

a. nation of .ttr men in vocal 'nit j-oi.e :If! tl .rut ,sive me aiiy relief
Awisa ll
,, I I.e .a st 1t'I in the! dimturnrreipient My dm ii ist Ih'"III IIIl'IIII.d Folex'sKiilne '

revere 1 .! ..... Peach: .)\('tut amid I bl'ltl'r disripline.idiness V ('m',' and it bas cured) n.e l Rt: fi..'.eiiiiiueiicinir /'I/, "-tI"\'' \' RAMBLER BICYCLES ..
r"f. s ford JII lit should hate its mardl' ( ItS n-e I w.- in fiieh a ha\l'\ 7 i Ir. '

'' .ern tour 1 in. il'Hl I could hardly get up when one /
practice in limit ; l
''ra'm.'Fur sale by \Vil-on it N> 4 ,/ THERE ARE NONE BETTER. :=
t :adiln the lOll:! winter
ly during I/i f.r .

.xt'ell&;. wn'ild do nit-li to make ourrerlliey Time seems i\ .... . .. .. ..,-. .. .. .. . .. .. . .. ."' rr.M-'fsaatsuc. . 77 s .. .. : . '. ...
-. : :
i.J . ; . : .
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\o\r Il.ith. . : -
;*( irio ttooiti a . .. . . . ' '.' . ' .'. '
oiir.MondavaiiV: / -
gji..iii remain in (lutrtersaeen most untimely . \; ; ; ;:
e .
: ; :
: : .
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The czarina has unfortunate fac : : : : : : : : : ': : :
an .
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Stftvay from the baleful Influence when he brings iff1ce v,.4a \ II.t .: ... "" . . S.IR:1ei21Zjr'tt. : ...r"'J.- dsrtuLiak* .-.'. .-.. '. .. ,- :.'...- _
oily of making herself unpopular sa\'S the : i ** : .,
.jOO UPIIC11:1n''oms: thtt ('\iSL i in ton'r woman to .tu-jf grapefruitof 'lt t) I .:.'.:: ......",; I..JIIm. J. "is balance aik ..:...::..
a St. Petersburg cable ill-patch to the life. Life j .
avexe ;
werjm the vicinity of ail our mili- Inter Ocean. Her latest false be at isill' very lare;, inshould I, .: ...'. .. .- \ the sharp'nuit t e(1"u. .' : .. =
Chicago; i .
. ,
ife J.a ,, : Itu under at the ,.
: P' is. These rut.nls are and best'. .J a
Alexander ripest .
-h' bas been to turn Il.'s : \
(.. Thf'ltt pi-nteetion'? of the license and l:1 ws cabinet: }! into a bathroom. This was her, and she and we j.i ,.:
u" of the se\ states and are b.'; and the in winch tli' present c/ar's proachts this chan.'t for raislr". ". :' :J IIltmtions tI a fall, 80 ttu,,iee.>I .. n en..::...:.,. -
room .
the control of the military authoritUs." rw.fltlll'rHuh'! his epoch making; with a dread of of fruit ifborn ot her '..:,,:'l.-. 'A;' ",'itv. as follo\\( '."..,. "trattd that' __ .. . ., .'.... .... v"'r
other .
tUl //8s It" ;_
of Ol
This paragraph in the general's rec- ukase liberating :!:tl tMI.lItHI of Russian women knowledge at this t eeaT*table>ik-- . I<. 4 r cannot be sn \ n..ref''i; t \t : ;,, : ....:::: 4rJ

mniend.ition has siibjet-ted him to seifs. He expmt'-sed a wi isli that the There is not the slightest l cause for .-. Jlii e out any sli: \ \r; min a"i '.. :::

considerable ;good humon-d badinage room and all its: contents, should bepiestU'ved fear or anxiety at thiperiod if hr.Pierce's -:.. tA7. " ) 'll t hey__ ...::.
from his fellow otiieers. They want to Favorite is used :.''. { as t1 '.. .. 'J'J.t
intact numorial of his Prescription .
is a . . f! .. :
establish I al',1I1IS + cheerfulness a ,. \ . .
and .
to ,
know if he proposes great deed. It has been kept in that It gives ivlth ikgt) .-.. 'r" .
a ; / .
i'J \ -
: > and ' -
iiether > aid the
of pains
w vvj :
of singing masters or iv '
condition forty years but the present ne' '. .. :1: : ; ;:'.
, C3m. the regimental orticers are to be re (czarina thought it could be turned to par period are pre- ..:.. - -- -. .'-- -" d.. . .
-, I
launch, was' tu teachocal music to their bathroom. So she vjvi&immee Valley Ga : ::.1 \,- j. BICYCLES f) :.:.::
I better use as a ordered 1 .' =
canal) last Friijie general tak, s this chatlin-:: wll.1t wr can gather t! Prescription .: : : ; ;.:. .:
all the documents and k _
papers in jtith a 'vt.arerftd: : .. :
the gasoline tanUrnilv. but stands by his I'll'- the reprrtsop tr ... .. .1' .. . \ '> i i i//i, . ; 'i' .
furniture: sent to a museum. This has r ,";1 1y"anon. tie.tes.f ; : [ .. : ;: :: '.
craft into this >itiou that \\Ol't.'Jr. 'n .J .. . . . : .',. ..,. . . .
a 0 .I llt . .
pNon as:: propo( raised a storm of re-entii'cut among :ir l1 other !:!, :: ii '- ..: .. .' :: . 1.1 . .
. . . ,
afternoon with ha-al reform in the ranks organ's tire hare been 'rfcc th amihas' . :.. .r tti, ; ; . ,
I' '
those UusMans.. probably the majority. p \ .. .
. \. ... .
leaving the the kIlt last :left. :: cured the use of "Fa- . p. .. ., . .. . :
first 6 trip to 01 year who are glad of any excuse for attacking :.: by .... . .,'. ... ." I I :, t .r ,
!edge, -where hejBxptrf had an opportunity ofily I her majvsty. ti't{ ':rC tW riluun.' i' .'.' ., I 1 . ". : -. .- i&jT
peel it : write -.' a1 have
I mv Ult ) "It
fcnd spend trutKrfvcrsonntl a nil habits of i iA. I m a
recii\cd so mitch ben,ftt from thu se' t" \" .r -: ,
'ttj.-1.: ..'t roops that were on the itnnhy'e Crate. mthdne.o Mrs 1.iiie A. Eour.ian ti Niw -
.mOl l tii author 'or I.t.un..ras.'a..hingt"n Co, < 5i,r. 'i }:,,\t.
attl 1'fiiW' H ,sd. For the aU1US Il Cut of Benjamin UU' liauby. takc-a four huttiesut Iax"Hterri: .,:-I1.tI r' fr RAMBLER PKICE

into the famous ballad, "!Itrlingci1ie ,II I l.fe. i.v:: I .
11..'''is men they were organized fen.akwea' .ue>> :mJ1..1:6' . .
'' is buried at Westerville, 0., lgan takitg it I could not do auytIiJ:: h' 1 .. .
W.t and Gray, .
privates : : .
choruses : .
omptu ., : -:
t such pains in ni y head anda the- ck:: ot niv nick :; : : J. :

W u mmissioIlt'll otiieers were called twelve miles from that I thought fwoulJ l-c ni\ naiad. Nw I cam :.. ... .B =-c r.-- .. .... .

V'L: 'fIto i sing songs or tell stories. Often work c\erv' to' JaI ail female rec: runead builer.uu Haior iu the pe 5:Id rebcriptum .::)' :-' ' .> :: (: : .. ..: ''; :.: .; : : :;'. :: : ;. -': ;: : :.: :. < :: ." '- ,: > :'
: : : : :
Raclug !Scotland. medicine I ** ; : ': : : '
btu'i.; "Tommy Atkins" ordered! to Singd of change of life. It is the bet . '. ".' *. .*. .- . .* ..*? ** ' " * .*. . .
exercise The earliest notice of racing in Scot have found:' ..::.7 ...;.,,; -I..;. ..
wee. talent for that
$ : no more "Favorite Prescription" has the testi-
but orders were or- land occurs daring the reign of JamesIV. .
Savanna a night owl of thousands of \\omen to its
.he would always attempt to ., In 1,">04. On April 15 in that year mony ,-
; !II' to' complete cure of womanly i IMaStS. E. B. WAGER Agent
...e man who couldn't sing; the lord lush treasurer of Scotland i Do not accept an unknown and unproved ,

1 1' 44o' } )uted more to the enter- notes In his accounts payment of a substitute in its place.

a 1 .than a fine vocalist. There sum of IS shillings "to the buy that Keep the bowels healthy by the timely Titusville Fla.

O, 6 ..atltt. at of Dr. Pierce's Pleasant PelleU. ,
t N "' AU kie ads hauling use 1z1tr
ra .bC\wevfr of
r a -
ge, n
Vest .
j. Lank 01 t1lan --e vaLli ..... .A
>tfcMlan 1 address uis ; promptly' I meet aft i"; .u .OO for the season "l' &>cUOI _
t a l.
Sw\'e Private
WI Doti family references '
forsale.) / dr ; require Add! T'J', ee J t east: :r } N

A. HADLEY. Tit} vale. J. S. COAK, 'H e* Christmas L.1UrenC'l. For fui, Particulars tJ "ut finely j J' = .-

Rockledge t..l"'l'i addr :
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STAR : FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 19+1'2. .

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L' '1 COCOA-BUSINESS DIRECTORY. settled for housekeeping for the winterin DR. LEON A. PEEK.Physician and Surgeon. iFI

i it Palm Cottage on the avenue. Residence, Mel')ourne. At Eau Gallie on Aching JointsIn I
LIPP-Practical Shoemaker,
Tuesday and Friday afternoons.EAU -.. .. ,IJ
.. years experience; all kind of repairing Mr. Williams came from -
Sidney up the and other
fingers, toes, arms,
:r done, nice and cheap also ladies'. and men's '
shoes made to order. the Allapattahatche farms near Fort GALLIE. parts of the body, are joints that are
Pierce on Sunday and. will spend a month The Alice is again in the waters of Indian
inflamed and swollen by rheumatismthat at 1r
GO TO J. M. SANDERS, The Old Reliable
zty Store, for good, fresh and reliable goods with his parents. river, E. W. Stickney in command.The acid condition of the blood which

t.., such as Dry Goods, Saddlery, Crockery, Mr. Rupert Paxton was a passenger on launch Kansas affects the muscles also. ir
Hats,Trunks and a fall line of Groceries. the north bound train Monday enroute to City was in Eau
I J 1 i Gallie on Tuesday last, C. B. Merrill, of Sufferers dread to move, especiallyafter
I where he has accepted a position
t JARVIS HOUSE-Open all the year round. Tampa
Tropic, on board. sitting or lying long, and their
,, Pleasant location facing the river on river with one of the departments of the civil
front. Rates$2.00 per day,special terms by service. A. R. Hodgson has just finished paint condition is commonly worse in wet
the week or month. weather."It .
The cosy cottage of six rooms built by ing "Ruthven cottage, his Eau Gallie
has been a long time since we have 111
The work was done by E.Spiller.A .
is in
1 Mr. J. J. White the past summer been without Iloo.t's Sarsaparilla. My

mm R1IERRIPPLES.t perfect readiness for the arrival of its oc- large party of tourists arrived this father thinks he could not do without it.

cupants for the winter, Mr. 0. J. Cutler' week from He has been trnuhktl with rheumatismsince "
Michigan. the <
Among party he was a boy and Hood's Sarsaparilla "r t eff bH
,. ; Paragraphs Personal and Newsy Briefs and family of Ohio. were Mrs. Canfield, Mr. and Mrs. Colby is the only medicine he can take that / *

-1.. at Towns Along the O.ast. :Miss Helen Singleton returned from and )Ir. and Mrs. Perry. will enable him to take his:: place: in the Wrecked !
4'. field." iliss ADA DOTV, Sidney, Iowa. .8,1902.
.. DeFuniak, where she was taking a nor
The ramie farm was visited by a number Your home and !
qf COCOA. mal course, and after a few day's stay Hood's Sarsaparilia property UP
of > ... 4AEA0
I gentlemen this week by invitationof should be protected by.
I'd.ers' store is still on the move. with her family here left for Malabar ...
)Ir. \V. S. Belding. Growing ramie is and Pills
f teach the
been to school
having engaged Insurances.f
Dr. Severnac, of Merritt, was in town there. now an assured fact at Eau Gallie. Remove the cause of rheumatism Ul
LIGHTNING >z:8n: ,
from. FIRE >
l on
)Ir. R. F. Hatch returned from a two The new residence for Mr. and :Mrs. C. outward application can. Take them. and CYCLONES. The ex- _
I II Mrs. F. C. Walker, of Lotus, was shopping C. is small Compared to bO .
week's hunt Blue Pingrey is now being pushed on to pense a ***.. i
at Cypress --- -- -- - -- ----- ---
': in town on Saturday. swamp. the risk of a eatastropby 'J & ........ *
t. .. Game is very abundant in that region, completion as fast as possible under the orders for future delivery for the I... B. like this. Write to or ask w ........ {
.f'I This has been a busy week for our post hands of Alex. Near and his able assist- V *
;4 several deer having been killed the
by Price Mercantile of Kansas
: company City, Schnyler & BranniBg Titusville, la ::::::: i
master, Capt. Schoonmaker. His brother Charles will ants. .
party. remain Mo. He was arrested and imprisioned in for reliable information, (:a i
.., ,,.:
i.:', A. B. Carter, of Georgiana, was a visitor about two months in that region. Joe Dukes had the ill luck to lose a Live Oak, Fla., on Oct. 8, 190: for peddling rates, etc., etc . . . . .a a. ..?..... ..

;; J' a, to our town on Wednesday. :Miss\ Myra Williams surprised her couple of toes at the East Coast Lumber without! a lisence, under Florida -- -- - ---a' ::::.::: C

E. C. Johnson's delivery wagon makes friends and aiquaintances announcing and Supply company's box mill this. law imposing a license tax of $75 j:er ROBBINS ..... -

:,f a regular trip to Sharpes every Tuesday. her intention of spending the \\interin week. Joe has been unlucky in his toes, county on soliciting agents. Hahn alleged 'iit CO 31 ,j

t We notice the. sloop Minnehaha in Cuba. She left on Wednesday, going via having lot! a couple some time since by in his petition for habeas corpus ', '
Miami and Key West, and will teach the another accident. through M. O. Fegan, his attorney, that & GRAHAM >
a.t t commission once more, J. Shippey mas 'f'. .,..,..
the law unconstitutional because
. : English branches in a private fami'y! t was conflicting CO. .-.r
: i ter. Havana. Meantime she Capt. J. Andrews, of Tibbals, is in with the interstate commerce

'/+ '>. Mrs. Geo. Ensey and daughter, of make near a study of the Spanish expects i Eau Gallie superintending the refitting of clause: of the federal constitution, which (Incorporated. Paid up Cipital ;;>5,000.00.) ,

. Tropic, were passengers!: on Monday's :Miss: Williams' absence will make quieta his sloop Dixie. The captain is: always a i confers upon congress alone the j power to This company owns largOs .
J welcome at Eau Gallie! where lie in the Indian River Coun-
1 t. i I steamer. i iI. vacancy in the social life of I'oekledge guest regulate interstate! commerce. Judge '
; fJ
I I. F .Of I' Mrs. D. B. Pritchard, of Titusville, has this winter. has many friends. The work is being I'aidee heard argument in the case in At- try, on the St. Lucie River, ::.: .

Ie- : !l been on a visit to her aunt, Mrs. John :M.\ done at Hodgson's boatyard.The lanta on Oct. 24, HI) ):!, and rendered his at New Iliver and on Biscay "

1't 5111 LOII. is decision Nov. 15, declaring that Hahn was Bay. ...
j Sanders. :steamer: Spartan out once more

I li I t': Mr. and Mrs. Gurney, of guava jelly :Miss Adeline King was the guest of with a completely refitted boiler and en- the held United in violation and of the constitution of PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES. ....;.:.:.:.:

) Ii renown, of Merritt, were in town on Miss:; Clam Nolle]) Sunday. gine. The vessel has been completely :States finally discharging Send for I land list. ......
overhauled at Hodgson's and is him. OFFICES AT . ......
t. Tuesday. Messrs. Wright and Allen, of Oak Hill TITUSVILLE MIAMI.
tt t AND .:.:.:.:.:.:
practically a new ) oat. A jimverful engine __ __ ._ u_
r Geo. S. Singleton wasvisitingwith were seen in our burg Sunday.Mr. .
I : and propeller have also: been fitted
-,1 'f. her daughter, Miss Anne, in Jacksonville : II. :M. Nolle, of New Smyrna, was into the vessel. Notice is hereby given to all concernedthat EAST COAST MEAT MARKETG. -- t
this week. here recently.-iting his parents. six mouths from date I, will present my
I Mrs.\ S. V Harbour, of Walden cottage, final accounts and apply to the lIon A. I). Agent 7s
; The young folks are contemplating another Mrs. C. (;. Nolle went to TitusvilleMonday 1' county judge of l.revard county. K.. Bf
has :St. Joint's church :
____ ;t t i' entertainment some time in the to have some dental work done. presented at Eau Florida for my ili.seluirja1 as executrix, of the ., '. 3U/.
J lame with the linen for
I' : I' I i near future.. an organ cover. estate of Robert C. Smmgeour, late deceased, 7
I Mr. A. N. Nolle was visiting his This was much needed, and! the thanksof of said county. :MARY ,\. RIMCJEOI-R, Flo:1TIr
Mr. Geo. Chester, of City Point, has brother, II. M. Nolle, in New SmyrnaWednesday. the officeholders and members of t..fohn's K.'wcatrivof cstati'of Koln-it: C.:Srrimgeour. .
I been a frequent visitor: to Cocoa during Titusville. Florida, Nov. llth, 1W2.! an..*,* .... sa
is gratefully tendered Mrs. 15ar- I 1>&11,.
I the past week. Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Wright! of Oak hour for her timely and useful gift Dr. ', \M!\

The young folks had a party at Mr. J. Hill, visited at the residence:: of Mrs. J. I>. F. Brown was the"guest of Mrs. Har S. W. MOODY, ,HI I

I D. Hatter's last Friday night. Everyone Kit h I :Sunday.: bour on Sunday \last while in Eau Gallie. JleatiTHU

r i reports a pleasant evening. Mi Minnie! : Griftis! who has turn l in - Electrician Gas Engine Expert. 1

; ; There was a dance at the opera house Fort Pierce for some time past, returned s 4 'w ofaornr r ? 4"

tI- f ',i; Indianola last Tuesday furnished night the, of home her Saturday friends.There last, much to the delightof b6 1847 TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. Kinds d s. t igjjfoii? n .' y, ;

,fr J J'I I Thoroughly understands! all aJ >
Miss Helen Singleton has charge of the was a social party at the re>idence i- work i in these lnu>. Storage Uatteriea Dyn- iG1 no :
I Malabar school We of Mrs. J. Kuhl last: '<1tII amos. Magnetos overhauled and repaired.l'orrespondeuee .
; are pleased to see 1'I1\\.1 Rogers :Solicited. Titusville, Florida. tJ1 ost l linn
'. our home girls located among us. These present report having M' -'ii!
I pleasant evening.Dr. -
'r Count}' Commissioner J. II. Miot and I , MAIZE
c t wife anti :Miss X. Howe, of Indianola, (!i. Holme-, of Sharpen: was calledto I Bros. SURKO Jas. Pritchard & SonllfoJHeadquarters !: ?

e 4 t paid our town a visit on Saturday. sl'e11'. T. C. Gaines, who has been zc "1847""S'l ,
j sick for Mime time. We are pleaded: to I
Mother Dixon was taken suddenly ill IF You WISH ,; 4s .
k state that! he i is better at this writing. for. . . ;d:,, ,l t-
but under Dr. Scotield's efficient
? on Friday, : Hate that THE GENUINE:
care she is improving rapidly Miss: ( Clara Nolle returned home Thursday
from New Smyrna, where she has If/cars." r AND ORIGINAL ;
Mrs. Geo. X. Hatch and daughters and r HARDW ARE I'
f been visiting for the past! week. She reports
Mrs. Frank Hatch and Frank, Jr., of 1
n a delightful time while on her \'isit.Proverbs. RogersKnivcs9
I -q Kockledge, were shopping in town on

I 1. 1 Tuesday.Mrs. ...Tinware, Crockery, Stoves.., ,
-, t f". .1. Jacobs, of Chuluota, mother of Boat Goods, Paints Oils, _LA. > t

I 1 J. T. Jacob, is visiting; him this week. Forks and ,"

;.t; She is accompanied her youngest son VvOODEN .A.R..E. 4.; I

Both churches had congregations
on etc.
) last Thursday night, not on account of When the butter won't Spoons, Write for prines. ) < *

services, but on account of the sudden TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. ..L. ; '

,. r. rain storm. come put a penny in the Box as.JASES I

C 1: 4! The coast guards were out on Sunday churn," is an old time dairy von\ '.\LE: IIY PRITCHARD, resident. C. S. SCHUYLER, > .

4 afternoon around I Dixon's point Jerry G. L. W. M. GROWN Vice-Prcbideiit. W.S. BUAKKINU, Ass II '
1 Mandaville
patrolled the south and Will Hutson: kept proverb. It often seems to ,

his eye to the noith. work; though no one has ever JEWELER AND OPTICIAN, INDIAN RIVER STATE BI {

The steamer Canaveral had such heavy told
why.When .
cargoes last week that she was late every: Titusville, County Depository.l.

trip and had to engage extra help at Cocoa mothers arc worried --
to handle freight. Authorized Capital$100,000.
( because the children do not WIIITICIT\.
Passengers on :Saturday's: stt'amer11': (': Paid up Capital, S 25,000.

: Mr. and Jr!. Bisbee: Mrs. (Green, Mis gain strength and fleshve Crops are growing amazingly fast now Average Deposits, $100,000.

Osteen, of Lotus; Mk es Mary Witlfield say giveIt them Scott's Emulsion. and farmers are happy. TRANSACTS A :: -=- : ...

: and;dl, of.ieorguina. i )Ir. Fiipp, hiss: Poppell 1 and Miss llar- Y

.... I I The moonlight on the river Sunday I riwere the guests of 31 J r. and Mrs.: Dutton General Banking Business _

f : night wa-i: a scene to IK ivmemheied.We is like the ]penny in the |!I :Sunday.Mr.: .

...,, know there i is no place like Indian I' Lartlst t and OMost
i we milk because i Orrel! and )Ir. 1'oppell attended' ;
:d j river, with its delightful breezes and it'orks and church in 1 Foil l Tierce Mimlay.: :Mr. Uinont Hank on the Uht'r.. .
ff lovely weather.Dr. because there is something made a IIU t'k trip to that place.
i O Exchange Bought and Sold on ?_, ...,, -
Will Ilentz U
i \ : expected at the old astonishing about it.gptt's Ira Lunont, ha\ing -.pent' his vacation all
Foreign Countries.
t f lulu home about 1>1'('. 1-t, from IJio: I 1 j and returned to Jensen, was home to

f '. Janeiro, Ur.i/il. M r.-. Cai'roil and d"4lt4 !' iiirl h tYlI ( Emulsion is simply ; grit his puruljnrtlay.. lIe Patronage ;i tl'l'n'l'| i :atl'll. 1'rompt wnirr,
was accompanied -
; f ter and Miss: Alice Heutz wi)1) ; V polite! treatment:ami every lavorconsKu-iit
; 1. fut dill toV I/1 I(' d.J.L'.xf 1 pure cod liver Oiltt i by t jj y" kill, of Jensen. null l'uIIM'J'\'atiH' liaI'ORKKSPOXDKXTS! ..iantutl. J ti
Puint lIt'xtl''k.. :
,, City ,nuj that{ l'. I' "'l'rl' not" \ 'J\\ .( ,
"t :! N. .1 I. Fish is in ):111'1. j ill' j.,"l ,('. hrlIhoSIhltl'S} 1 I II""t.. \..'-\ IYQ : party and don ct' : I'
I t:1 : !: t bu-y: : El\IpWi r- i It'lUILJJII'IUII'l\t] i' I at th, \ tank-i\'ill: : nidlt. Seaboard X.itiunal i l U.iiik of New Yoik,

k t o"i intending the extension of thfI:' vMgot, oir upared for delicate .\ goo" S\ ..,,..O .1. Also the? ha.-e-; and National Link( nf.1ark! :>"uvile! x '

lt r Fish intoinia us that there wilt 'hirutd. tu I. ball falll.... M't. ; afternoon, which TITUSVILLE
tinuous road, from Shaipcs to Ltore ", :4itour I; !: FLORIDA.E. .
k 'I : : Hill will be a on t'n White City and - -- ---
ua suou .13 the uuitv. can L >.- MK', to it naturally I Jt-nten. '"
pleted.Mrs.} ..1 the. L. BRADY
D.k I The entertaurHSffRTt the & BRO.
: Elias Kaulerson: came hunt l' ttalr e the I taste school house!: ,
I _
business on :Sunday: returning to Tit 11.1 d Friday night was a decided success, being Jj
; ) takes
,1 just as well reideredwhich
rifle on :.Monday. :She: says: the childro" pro\es beyond u HAY, GRAIN AND 1 ALL FOOD' PRODUCTS
iWJ I doubt that there is talent iji.Jy"hite
t at school and she rally to the children because City. WI' ,
!: are progressing nicely halltlll'l'rOlI1It'l' ural! kiud. Wt' are ,
Much that aJt'lIl: tug Ial"'s' ,
credit i F'rlilll.t'r
,i is dtiu/ J Wt' has decided to spend the balance: of the it is :: niHr01111;: ill the alu\'t'1illl'" 'Ii' ,auto ,tnd! ,,tl 1 tei t the tnull' uf ail : I"tlndu'l\y
so perfectly adapted people for the ime>|"atSave half a$ lrailJ; and all c ; ,t..evict, t'JiH'rl'tl! at \'II'IiUn I" Wriit! {Ih fI.r ('!!lilt ,"11
i S term in Titusville. heartily reco YUill'latullI.: E. L. B,11)1'J:! ) .\: }:III": Tnl i ...t 111 l t 1-1 \. I ..
to their wants. :Mr:?. Pasco, hid ..
'' The new road in front of the pratt -

a, : r property receives many favorable com For all weak and pale: and guest of Mrs.:: I DutV, St. Louis, :Mo
will with : main until she can geV ' LUMBER AND BUILDING MflTELWe
It Adam
t() ments. improve use. \
thin children Scott's Emulsion :
t : S. Dixon had the work in charge, with plot ground which si ? \J I

/ :: the supervision of our road .. J ervisor, X. is the most satisfactory treat a winters year ago. Mrs. Puseo has & keep everythin t*, m 1 in-d in the! l>'Building. lift., t'r,
14 k M.: Fish. It has a good bed of rock, with in Del Kay, ..i' the brick ioumhitiun to the rid '
.'r dressing of marl This piece of ment. home, and has several times tr lt rose jUl' !
a top
F :'':. work has the additional improvement of We will send you an orange grove, but was not successfulon SASH! OOOBS BLINOS PAINTS ND'aBU"" OER'' ifid
;: 1 account of frost. .lfterlook ing round .
being four or five inches higher in the the penny, /. e., a ,
centre of the roadbed, where the roads sample free. White City she is satisfied that such will SPECIALTIES: MASBURY'S PAINTS AND VARMSHES., NEPONSETT & PA R DID ROOFING PA P J
not be. the case heie.Florida :
1 4 J. receive the most wear. It alsa allows the East Coast LUU1bor :

', water to run off without making gullies Ie sure that this picture in cJb Stt pplY 01"1:
the form of a label the
on Law Invalid.
and breaks in the road.KOCKLEDGK..
: wrapper of every bottle ot GEO.
i 5 at Emulsion you buy Judge Don A. Pardee, of the United : N. HATCH, :: :: I

.'}= b SCOTT & BOWNE, States circuit court Macon, holds the '--. -
3( t 4 Mrs. (r. S. Singleton visited:: her daughter Chemists Florida law unconstitutional: in the case Dealer In

77 tfon-' Miss Ann Singleton in Jacksonville of E. F. Hahn vs. J. W. Hawkins, sheriff general MerchandjstConsisting
; 409 Pearl St., N. Y. ,
: ( .. prof- - this week. of Suwanee county, Florida, habeas of everything "

., Mr and Mrs. Coy, from Indiana, are sac. IDd 11,00; all druggist{ corpus. Hahn was a drummer soliciting first-cUss usually kept in a ROCK LEDGE, FLA. nf
?ener+l store-..
4r body 1t&uSJSt

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