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Title: The Florida star
Uniform Title: Florida Star
Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
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Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: S.W. Harmon
Place of Publication: Titusville ; Cocoa, Fla.
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Publication Date: November 28, 1902
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
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( ; it 6 THE FLORIDA STAR : FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1902. '1


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THE'BAllOT SANG AS SURGEON WORKED. \
FOR INDIANS THANKSGIVING PIES. '
1TH! EAST COAST OF FIDDDJI -.
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Young Patient Rendered "The Holy IS PARADISE REGAINED
Hints on Serving Them For the Fes-
City" and "Mr. Dooley." tire Repast. .;

.. I American Red Men's Congress "I wish I could sing. I think I'd feel When it comes to sweets pie is of

t Will Demand Franchise. welter then!" said seven-year-old James course the one thing needful. There FLORIDA EAST COAST PAILWAT t

E .. Corrigan as he sat in the reception room are persons who insist upon a plum
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i' at Bellevue hospital, in New York, the pudding at Thanksgiving but they

1 i: MAT ASSEMBLE AT ROSEBUD S D. otber evening. have no true sense of the fitness of 1902.
In Effect Aug. 28 .
James is about three feet high and things. Pies of as many kinds as you LOCAL TIME CARD Ho. 42. ,

.I lives in New York. He fell into an excavation wish may be there. Apple pie Marlborough KOHTHBOUND-MAD UP.

Leaden of More Advanced Tribes at the corner of Twentyfourthstreet pie cranberry pie or pies of SOUTHBOUND-READ DOWN. 5Ne.

f Preparing For a Great Council of and Second avenue recently, and any other sort may be served, but the St: j Ne'f3

s Delegates From All Reservations. Patrolman Schoell of the East Twenty main items must be pumpkin and DailyNa. I1; I MAIN LI:, I. NJ: ; D n1.fil.\ i

'* second street station got him out with mince pies, says Harper's Bazar. To Ex.iluD Da17 t;.:::'"
c Right to Vote In National and -
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'; 4 .", State Election Urged. the aid of a ladder. The excavationwas vary the appearance of these the ........ 111P lit 16 a ........... ..Jaekaonville..At. 7 CII p a b t. .. ............. 1":- ,,
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about twelve feet deep, and when be baked in small II. . .8. Jaekeonville..LY ell 8' -
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pumpkin pies may ........ ca 1023. T. OU.a
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Schoell asked the boy if he was hurt ....... 61S P 11 !O. Augu'tlee. .
F I' Preparations are going quietly on for shells of crust while the mince pie ........ 0tbpllclp +1 ................. B 8oitlngi. ................ .I'. bl4p. 76 . . ..... >
# r what, it is expected, will be tile largest James thought he was. It was whilehe should be In a large pie plate, the top ........ 7 CP II'.. P II ...............East P.latk&............... 4 I P 064 a '.......
I was being examined later by Dr. ........ 1 33 12 bt P II ................... Neoga. ..... ........... 1"1 J. 017 a .. ..... '
t \. and most important congress of American not closed in with a solid crust, but ........ "5 P P 1 C P .. ................. B nant'11 I. ................ II. 4 06 P b Ob a .. .... e.
Indians the country Las evervit- McLean at Bellevue that he expressed made beautiful with a latticework of ..........et p 1 1.. .................. DI'........ ......... 3U P b19a....... ... .
the wish to relieve his pain with song. ....... 919 p 160 p ., ..................Ormond. ............ ... II S II P Ij a ... ...
t .. neessed, says a special dispatch from strips cut with a jigging iron. ........ 8 S9 p 151 P ..................Darton.. .............. 311 P 5 a" .... . ,
;:' Rosebud, S. D., to the Washington "All right. You can sing, if you sing Such a pie is far better than the ... . 839 p I C1 p" ................PortOrange................ :: I r p 6 -
) b something nice said Dr. McLean. Uo a. 9 00 p II) P ............... New ............... P 46ba .I' nl1
;.; .t .i i f lost. The red men, seeing that certain mince pie which Is "klvered. With apiece i 623.. ....... I 45 P II .................. mrm................ fa: p ........ ca p ,
r i t tribes are permitted to cast ballots James threw his chest out, raised his of this and a whole small pump 000s ....... 3 ?l p .................T1t:1.vllle........ ......... I. 1.1. 83 p .,
Y head high and began to softly sing indeed feelit ........ ....... I b 3p ................... C CO& ... .............. .... r
:: : e1' in the elections held in thdr districts kin pie to oneself one may ........ ........ 4 C1 p u .................RoekledJre................. u 110 ....,..
,"_ f ,. have come to the conclusion "The Palms." In a moment the room possible to touch heaven with the ..... ... ........ 3" P II ................ Eau Gah he................ ".. .,.,..
''*-- was still save for the clear, boyish heaven ........ ....... 93 p II ................ :Melbourne ............... 1'1" ......
: ti that all should be.regh tereed as full finger. Whether or not the .......... ...... 1" P 0' ..f............ .Sebastian. ................ II p..1......
tJ. (. fledged American citizens, not alone tones, and when he had finished there touching experience is likely to be a ........ ........ C8 P II ................. St. LucIe................ .+ I(1103 ......
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tt good round of applause. Encouraged ........ ........ 23 P .................P'. Pi eree................. II (11 Ott ......
'\<"' entitled to hold real estate as individuals was a real one before many hours depends ......... ....... ..4 29 P It ................ Whit e City............... II 10 45 ......
but to by their 'franchises by this appreciation of his somewhat on the constitution of the :....... ........ 41 p .. ..................Tihbal.s.................. I. 10 ii .. ...
express vocal talents, James encored with "The be this ........ ........ t9 p u ....................Eden.................... 10 2i ......
if. f. their preferences for candidatesfor eater. Cheese must passed at ..... ........ 63 p II ...................Je'i!''en. ................. 10:13: ......
:,: political offices from of Holy City." It was better suited to his stage of the festive repast. ......t.... ........ co II .1................... S.ull.rt. .............. 16 it a ........ ........
justices voice a high and nurses, doctors ........ ........ 33 p ................Hobe Snuid................. :: t 4' a ........ ..... ...
'f 1 the peace to the presidential nominees.It soprano ........ ........ 1.3 p II ..............West Jupiter ............... 9 3J. ........ ........
i i. asserted by Indians who are and attendants began to "steal In"from There is no cough medicine so popularas ........ ........ 818 p II ............\Vfst. Palm Beach............. ". 8 M a. ........ ........
all of the building until the and Tar. It contains ................. 8 (3 I' ............ .Boyllton.. ............... II 8 a3 a........ ........
concerned in the proposed parts Foley' Honey It ...Ft. ..... ........ ........
congress I ...... ......... 8 39 p ............ Lauderda. .. .. 7 86 0.
\ that couriers are now en route to every audience numbered nearly a hundred no opiates or poisons and never fails to i ........ ........ 0 21 p .. ................Lemo City................ II 633 a........ .......
\ I' 4 \ I tribe in the United States. These persons. cure. For sale bv Wilson & Son.Xoroay ........ ........113 30 t. Ar.. . Miami . . Lv a 45 a ..... .. ....... 11

J couriers are authorized by their respective After a second and even more generous BUFFET F.RLOR CARS ON TRAINS 93 AND 78. ..

., tribes to acquaint the tribes round of applause than the first Herrings. .
f James "f.-nored" with "Nearer, My Germany pays $1,300,000 a year for BRANCH LINES SCHEDULES
\f they visit with..the plans of the proponents -- ..-"
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i; of the conference and to in- God, to Thee. Norwegian salt herrings.The 110.67No.. 86 No. 53 No. 49 PA-LATKA No. 48 N. 48He.. 60 .... 84 1. UDa.11.
duce each tribe to send delegates to "That kid's got a great voice, said \ DaUl. Daily: Da.1l1. I N..47'' BIU.NCH. I 1> .111. \ DaUr. \ Di\U1. D..111. DaU,.
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Best Kruirdy for CrOll) .
Schoell. And then he asked the boy: .
the proposed congress. 73 p 4 30 P 1145 a 62& T alatka Ar It W a l 71.s 3t 5p p p
.}i ; At what date and at what agency "Is that all you can sing, them church From the Atclmon. Kan., Daily Globe. .7bop II p I .iGO p lUlU"I 5 ,Ar E. Palatia Lv 600 a 1163 a 11 I, 2. .p I II9 p,I T 61 9
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-,' the congress is to be held has not been things? This is the season when the woman No. 67No.. 45 No. 41 No. IS tDaily.
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I made known but from the fact that "How'd Seabrooke strike yer? said who knows the best remedies for croup) is \ Daily. BAN MATEO BRANCH.- I D"l ,. Daily..

Y. the Omahas, Winnebagoes, Cheyennes James. in demand in neig!IJurhood. One t p i \0. Lv.........................East ........................... A U a I It 1
and some of the Sioux tribes James received encouraging replies every 815 p 5 80 a \ ............. ......... .... )lat .................. ........ 156.. S U p +
are entitled
of the terrible in the world is -
most things
f. and gave an imitation of Mr. S(' brookesingin No. 21 o.18 No. la 18-NO:2 l tSand'
to vote under existing laws it is
i to be awakened in the middle of the No17 BRANCH.No. No.1ROnly.
t,{ a with variationon night Sund', Daily MAYPORT Sand'11
:. believed "Mr. Dooley, a D itr. Daily Daily.u .
that the conference is called by a whoop from one of the children Only. EX.Sun OBI I
for at one of the agencies established 4he last verse, "Mr. Devery. The rant-dies almost op 10 Rib a I CO p 8 IN a tv..Ja.eblnTi1 a ............Ar 74a U 2r p 8 p
for of four "Well I guess you are nil right, little croup are as sure to 8 ca p 1019 a 9 03 p 8 U a .' ..........50. Jackson.llle..Lv 717 a ,,1132 pin p
J some one these tribes. The said Dr. McLean when the be lost, in case of croup! as a revolver) is a 43 p 10 45 a 6 39 p 9 Ii a ...........Pablo B a'h. ........... TO!) a 1160 a 'e p
1 Rosebud agency appears to be the one man, boy 149 P 10 W. 8 U P 9111 a ...........Atlantic Bea.ch.......... TOO a 11 n. 4 t5 p
that is most likely to be selected because had finishl'l1.hI can't find any bruisesor ure to be lost: in case of burglars. There 3 C3 P 1104 a 'CO P i So; a ,Ar. ........... . )Iayport ...... .......L" II 45 a 11 aa a 4 n
broken bones." used to lie an old-fashioned remedy for '10. U i No. 12 No. I O.1Ia.)1 "

"I of of the its proximity west. This to the will reservations require- "I guess it was the singin' that tix'clml' croup known as hive syrup and tolu, but Ex.) SANFORD BRANCH. Dally Ex. Ddy Rx.! ORANGE CITY BRANCH. Ii.Sun. .1

I ." said the boy.hI always sing some modern mothers say that Chamber Sun. Sun. ban.tba .
a long journey for the
Apaches, the when I feel bad. lain's Cough Remedy; is better, and does Lv..........T1tUS ........... 1 by j3 1) T''LT. ........New Smyrna........ .,Ar1; i' j
.. Jsez Perces the Arapahoes and the not much. It I i8a Lv............ I tms.............Lv 1lp Ii "slpjiv..LakeHelen..L.b 2911
Navajops, but distance cannot be avoided Dr. McLean reached down in hispocket : cost so causes the patient to 833. ............. .. ............ US1& 391> ...... ... Ill! Cty. ........ { HI 1
s and took coin and tossed "throw up the phlegm" quicker, and ;gives 8 5.5 A .......... ..prtae..........Lv 11 HO a I' 43 p Ar..Orange CIty Jun '. ......L"CO 8
out it
::1 and the location of the congress; a relief in shorter 0 80a ....... ..... ... .... .... 11 0080 /
tune. Give this remedy _
into the Others follo11suit.
must be suited to the convenience of boy's cap. the These Time Tables show tie times at which trains may be expect to arrive and depart
as Soon as cough
the largest number of Indians. and when James left the hospitala croupy appearsand from the '''v@rallltaitIDs. but their arrival Qr departure at the times stated is not IfU ..r..nOj"dcnor
I The Information few minutes later under guard of it will prevent the attack. It never does the Company hold Itsett responsible for any delay or any co: .equeuce artlng there
from regarding the con.guess Policeman! Schoell he had nearly $3 in fails and is |pleasant:; to take. For sale bj from. 1

I comes a coniidenti.il source, his pocket. B. II. Wilson iV Sun, diusi;.:its.. FOR INFORMATION RELATIVE TO SAILING DATES or P. & O. STEAMS COM.I'
; and as the originators have arranged .
--- - - PANY APPLY TO ANY AGENT.
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the ,
; preliminary details in secret councils -
a: t I I all those attending being pledged PRESIDENT'S FLAGS UNLIKE HEALTH For copy of local time card apply to any agent. .

x l \, ,' obtain to the utmost positive secrecy and explicit, it is difficult information to- Foreign Attache First to DIAcover INSURANCEThe J. D. RAHNER, Asst. Gen. Pa s. Agt., ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.8A13DARD .

t the Discrepancy.A ,
: I regarding the gathering. So far as man who insures his life Is -- -- -- - -- -- ..
'r keen eyed attache of a foreign l legation
t l can be leilrned no definite plan of procedure wise for his family.
f. ins some time ago asked Colonel
F yet been agreed upon, but
\\'i' fJ the advanced tribes contain many men Bingham of the engineer corps why The man who insures his healthis

:. of education, skilled in dealings with there were two presidential flags, one wise both for his family and

the Great White Father at Washington for the army and one for the navy, himself. ,

says a Washington special to the New .
and once the congress; is af em- You may insure health by guard.

A blt'd it is believed methods of assailing York World. The colonel was surpriM.nl. ing it. It is worth guarding.At AIR LINE RAILWAY
for He examined the Hags and
congress general legislation entitling -
# ) .') the Indian to vote will soon bet found that the army flag had a shield the first attack of disease

: 'devised and will quickly be put Into showing; see en white and six red which generally approaches -FOR- '

1 ." t WxN'ution. I stripes, while the navy flag bore seven through the LIVER and manifests ; ct! '

i. p J:'.. Intense dissatisfaction exists among red and six white htiipes. itself in innumerable way! Savannah Columbia r
Southern pen
C. the Indians with the school system That started a discussion, and Assist TAKE ,

i { which the government is mainta'illillg. ant Secretary Darling; of the navy laidit __ Richmond

1\\, The Indian-that is. the worthy members down that the navy design was the Washington, Baltimore,

o of the race-wishes to be taught proper one. Finally the matter was

to work, as In that lies his own salva referred to the state department, the utt's Pills i Philadelphia, New York, s.

r I tion. The inculcation of the higher custodian of the great seal of the United i -
States the deuce borne '-4., _
branches of knowledge only serves to upon the -v-- t ...'
degrade the Indian in the sight of his flag; of the president i and the other day

mates, as the educated Indian Is looked Secretary Hay sent a letter to the navy --And-- save your health. Two Elegant Trains Daily :

upon among his people much as is the department saying that the army flagis i t _
\ dude in the cities of civilization. The the one properly made. The navy

school qU.stion.will. also probably be flag will be changed. Florida and Metropolitan Limited. Seaboard Fast Mail.

taken at the forthcoming
up congress 1
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and a deinajul upon the government Correct: Floiter For the Horse Show

formulated to the effect that the Il1 The home show flower this year will 71 cf Modern Pullman EquipmentU\'it';

ane be given education in the mechanics l-1 be the orchid, says the New York Her ,:/

advanced: farming and along other : ald. Violets of (course will be worn kf11k1 ..1I ;, -

4'.", lines which will permit the race to establish : by some and, for that matter, gardenias I ONLY LINE \:

I ,.. itself on a plane of progress. but a woman of fashion has so 7.ha .i

A .. The congress, it is believed, will beheld little room on her bodice that she can- and
4' some time during December, butt not afford to devote as much of it to Operating Daily Through Sleeper:? from Jacksonville to New Orleami.ins

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It may be at a later or possibly even an these modest flowers as they demand.

i .earlier date. and as a couple of mauve orchids are 4Jt? .

If the Indians are successful I Ir securing ...-. twice as expensive as a bunch of vio- la.V..
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; franchise privileges for aU; \s and take up no more space: the For
1 f full information
\ members of the race, a huge alf ''-'rt'I1cP. this season will be accorded l and sleeper reservations! call on any Seaboart
:agent or write to
;. to the western vote will be re( ., hey will be worn at the

ik F and It will be problematical to v . spr'adingupwll'c1 and .
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p of the political parties this vote wL there in fan fashion!

cline. In one respect the enfrancl "rajs"' of maidenhair fern A. 0. MacDonell, Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent

\ mont of the Indian race will furl ,ten them. Mrs. LC/SL_ S. Webb, ,

opportunities for fraud, as the averd t \It'l'ol'rldt'lit, Woman's Demo
-'" cratieClnbl of Northern Ohio.
Indian is susceptible to metallic intluences .rl..: 7"r"lninant'seful Warning1. JACKSONVILLE. FLA.wa1FsiF .
"I 1 dreaded the change of life whichwas
\ to a higher degree even than the r" Since the inauguration of the practiceon fast I.
approaching. I noticed Wine
im'purted ignorant foreign laborer.As on Boston and Mine:: railroad of of Cardui and decided to tr bot

. the gathering will be one of I having the trainmen cry out at each tie. I experienced some tv

peaceful measures the government will I. stopping place, "Don't leave any articles first month, so I kept on tit

J have 110 reason to prevent it. It is an- in the cars!" there has been a three months and now I n .
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ticipated that several hundred delegates material decrease in the business of with no pain and I shall tak :.

1\\t will attend the great council and the lost and .fonnd department of the on now until 1 have passed t.

that every tribe In the United States company, says the Boston Herald. Of- 1"saline weakness, ll..1

will have Its advocate of the election ficials say that the decrease has been incites, falling of the womb p FACTORY LOADED SHOTGUN SHELLS ii

franchise present.A fully 70 per cent.A ovarian: follow troubles woman do not tothecxhge we: ,if. tTIy "Newjlival" "Leader" "Repeater"F

of life. Do not wait but take Wineof 1 m ___.m. ._- . \JAiftr1JrA. "
Sweethearts Owl. Startling Slullri e. Cardui now and avoid the trou-

:. Cincinnati Is to have a "sweethearts' Very few could believe in looking at A. ble. Wine of Cardui never fails F are looking for reliable shotgun L :

owl." The girls of the Mill creek val- T. Hoadley, a healthy, robust blacksmith to benefit a suffering woman of
munition the kind
1 that shoots
-.\ Jey decided they were tired of having> of Tilden, Ind., that for ten year* he any ace. Wine of Cardui relieved L J whert T-.r.point ,

their t beaus put them on a car and send suffered such tortures from Rheumatism ger.Mrs. When Webb you when come si):e to was the in change dan- your gun, buy Winchester Fan'] i 1 I

them home Instead of going home with as few could endure and live. But a wonderful of life Mrs. Webb's Loaded "
letter will Shotgun Shells "New Rival loaded '
,t them, says the Pittsburg Dispatch. The change followed his! taking Electric mean more to you than it does with .. .

result of a mass meeting on the ques- Bitters. "Two bottles wholly cured me," now. But you may now avoid thesuffering Black powder; "Leader" and "Repeater," loaded S I

tion was a petition to the street railroad he writes, "and I have not felt a twinge she endured. Druggistssell with Smokeless. ..

officials for a car to leave the upper in over a year." They regulate; the Kidneys !- $1 bottles of Wine of Caidui.WINEofCARDUI. Insist upon having Winchester i -

end of the valley at 12 o'clock or puiify the blood and cure Rheumatism Factory Loaded Shells, and accept no others hALL .;

thereabout. The president of the com- Neuralgia, Nervousness, improve
pany thinks the women can get every- digestion and give perfect health. Try DEALERSKEEP THEM rec g>u .Jt

Iui they want, and so it will be. them. Only 50 cts at all drug stores. r /. ..
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\culation of any edentlLelerfonrmoatheL ,;
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4s : of'- . THE FLORIDA STAR : FRIDAY NOVEMBER 28, 1902. 7

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ENERAl MOLINEUX'S JOY.: GRIEVES OVER STRIKE'S ENO CATTLE FEEDING DEVICE.

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w He Expressed It When HU Son 10 Wind of Other Has Blown Goodto Inventor'. Plan I* to Feed Sprouted H

'Itolai,d AV.. Acquitted. Coal Mine Mole. Corn to the Stock.

eral UoUneux"'- was the happiestin Be not.too sweeping in your declarations "It will revolutionize the business of +nInllnxxllllllilllllllllUtll+PPtlurxlllllx, xnlxxxxuo, ,. i

| the courtroom of the criminal that no living thing has been an feeding cattle and make meat cheaperand CASTORIA

building in New York the other immediate beneficiary through the better than ever before, besides

e The Jury had Just prononuced workings of the great coal strike, says saving millions of dollars to stockmen .

sqn, Roland B. Mo ilneux, who had the special correspondent of the Philadelphia ," said recently an attorney who ia (

en charged with the murder of Mrs. interested in the Invention of John ,For Infants and Children.
Press at Scranton, Pa., writing ''' '.1 U II Till .I 'Ii IIII:UJIxgI4 II." ""nilI 19 :' 1 1109 i.
itharine J. Adams, an innocent man.. Kammer for the economical feeding l
Look here!" said General Molineui, under the date of Nov. 2. There is one and fattening of cattle according to a ; K

Wing over to where the New York class of living beings connected with Chicago dispatch to the New York 11.- -- The Kind You Have

orld reporter was seated. "Look the coal mining industry, and not the Herald. : -.- ;
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-re! I want to tell you Just how I least important class either, that has "The invention is not in a theoretical

eL' ,I know you would like to know. profited a very great deal indeed.It stage" he continued "but has been Always Bought?

_ ive it in my mind. It has boon in is true that the workmen however given practical tests which prove thatIt >Yegeiable Preparation for As-

|y mind ever since the Jury marched I they may or may not profit by the ulti- will do all that is claimed for it- simitatingthteFoodandRegulating .

and I want to tell you." I mate decision of the arbitration com make a bushel of corn go as far as two the Stomachs andDowels oft' Bears the a

hen, putting his mouth to the rerter's mission, must rcarl1'tho; time they bushels now go in the fattening of ,ji i*

ear the general whispered, were "out" as a time when they suf stock." ) t

The strife Is o'er the battle Is won fered. It Is still more true that the Kammer's device consists of a large '

eneral Molineux halted for a mo- operators must in any event look backat galvanized iron case, with drawers to i SignaturefAj

ent. that period as one of serious financial serve as receptacles for shelled corn I Promotes Digestion.C erruI- E

"Write that down. Write that loss and it is, finally, truest of all that each drawer having a capacity of halfa ness and RestContains neither i of

own." said h& '4 don't want you to the shivering consumer will rememberthe bushel. On the: top and on four sidesof I Opwm.Morpuino ncOSi-:: r 1.IOTI1IARCOT1C. :

forget as long as you live." last few weeks of the strike with I the case is placed common moss I ( V-

__ Then, turning to the reporter he fear and trembling.But such as may be gathered in the woods. Ii i

__ said: however it may be with these dl The moss is three inches thick and is n. I ;;

"Here! Give me your pencil and a visions of society, there remains one division compressed so as to form a huge ixlrdJ1rs.11l1ZPlraC:1

: slip of paper and I will write down to which the strike has been a sponge for the retention of water. It PU.1ip1"n SffJ" I .

Just what I feel." glorious and lazy vacation a time for is thoroughly dampened, and in this .1! l'.d.leSalrr-AL.JJ.'W I II

The general then wrote: waxing: fat, a time when food was moist atmosphere the corn begins to l I., AnisE Stf..d I f. I InUse

The strife is o'er the battle done, plenty and work absolute zero. That sprout almost immediately. In; four ii' I' It., % I. '';
m w YwaA
And might has lost but right has won! class is the company mule. Never were days the hard grain is converted intoa c I I 117?:.JedI 1 1"*

, "There you are'' said General Moli the mules of the anthracite region in mass of tender sprouts, fed by the -fll I, (ttinfitd'&tgar ,;
Flavor.
-II]I llinlt/yrvcn I,
neux. "That is what I want to say to better condition than today. At all softened pulp. It is then ready for I I' >

the world. And now why shouldn't I times they are taken care of in as good feeding to live stock or poultry. The ; Apcrfcct Remedy forfcns'? ..-

feel that way? Does it not tell just manner as falls to the lot of most claims made for this profess are: .1" tiOl\, Sour StomachDiarrhoea, I

\- exactly what has happened in this mules but at no time lave they lived It increases the weight by the growthof \Vorms Convulsions.Feverish- :

case? I say it doe? In luxury such as they have known the :grain up to 100 per cent; renders ness and LOSS OF SLEERTac For Over

"Did you think tnt jury would come since the declaration of the big strike grain wholly digestible and nutritive .. I

In as quickly as it did?" was asked."I last spring. ; brings to the grain by chemical Simile Signature of

did" replied! General Molineux. Those beasts are stabled in the mines., changes valuable food elements 1 not fFNE'V'
Years
{ "I said right along that if we were ever They are sent to work underground at otherwise obtained; aids digestion of Thirty

able to put our case before a fair minded the'l'r teuderest age and from that other foods with which the grown YORI\ i I
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judge and before a fair minded day to the day of their death they ;grain comes in contact; supplies the f

Jury my boy would be acquitted And work, eat and sleep live and move and best tonic that can be given to animals I : "EPSem #: &

you see the result. Am I delighted? have their being underground. For ; converts (corn the great stock j t

Well, I feel like two-year-old now. years on end they are strangers; to the feeding material, into the ideal food $

Justice has been done at last. It was! light of the sun. But when the prcseu for poultry and all young growiuj EXACT COPY OF'WRAPPEB. .

long time coming, but when it did strike bl'eameilll'ntly a final affair stock, and supplies at all seasons of the .. .. J 1

rNn it came in a' hurry. Now we are there was naturally no reason for retaining year a food to all animals which is ''' THE CENTAUR: COMPANY NEW YORK CITY. t

.. Ding home to Brooklyn and there I these mules in the Illilll s. They the equivalent of the nutritious pastures > 4+i'r.. l'-\t' r.J :&.t. t

hall take the boy." were accordingly; released and turned of summer.

.i'.J General Molineux: had started to out to pasture in the open air: of the

i leave the courtroom when Apple MaryVushed real I world. At th>;t they were Grangers Ancient Crnjnnn. -
The Egyptians used. pencil of rnlor
up and threw her arms aroundhe to it; they did not feel exactly at
ed chalk, and several of th" ancient
\\ ./ old tighter. home: they wore a little afraid. se Southern
Railway.EFFECT1VK
crayons have been found in their
"General'shouted "let
Apple Mary
Then the inherited<
I me hug you! Oh. I am so glad!" I themselves, anti'today, when there are tombs. OCT.: 1, I'M,',
":\Ial' '," said O'n'ralIolineus: after
still some of tln-m above ground, .
you Worms In the Earth. \u. 31't i .-3() iX..13
he had freed himself from the embrace can wo them here and there nibbling XOITmA-T.: .lIIlte. I Ml1nIlWt-.T. RCl'n. '
'
Naturalists nail Dail .
estimate the number of ,---I :; ()aily.I .
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-" [ary, you are the finest prophet the autumn grass and finishing their worms in each acre of earth to bt Lv JatkslOlI\-ih., So. ) __ : n HI\ 75; ;i -I pL\I Jacksonville Sir. li)._______ 17 t'p;
1 ever met. You told me that the tir.st. series of meals other than L\'. ____I 1 15 31) Ix. ,
dry 34.000. and they iraiutain that it i is Sn-UlWtIl.: i o. Hv u l' l12 a h'HIP, So. HI'u' ___ 10.u 11
!boy would go home this afternoon and f< od,* 'sh'di. fat awl eminently content almost Lv. Chdnttl', Si,. l'; _____-I H ;)1) [I II;; a Ar Macon.I So. Ly------------ :I OOar2

I indorse every word you say. GoodT d. impossible to calculate the :..II\ lit'. nn'Ol1ut of good; done bv. these crtatui I .\\tlanta.. So. R __ .
-' by Mary, and GOIIII'ssou!" Lnhinuiil I. S II. I'I. 71)1'1:1;' : p I y1,1 -------- I ) Oa
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r. lIt''lJIar t, So.
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"She is good soul" said General :\1'. Lynchburg. An. l sty ..4'ia'' d (07 1'1 733a
a \lI\illll" Moment*. : r. I.u\t'. So P.yu______, :
Molineux. "She has cheered lie up :::01111of the most Blue Gum Wood : r_ aarlttl'v! I. W. J.v------: ; .tl\: :1710 P IAr. Ialton>>: fio. Ily------__, S3Ra
'} anxious hours of a Ar.11'ashington.So.lly----! III.t; 4iu: p
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lever so many times. mother's life are those when the little Blue gum i is a very heavy wood a Ar. Hd'lIlIon', 1' I It. h -- -- !, 011 it i It .:)oJ I' ;i r\r.'hattanlJIII.rl\. (UI.lthlll""a,, (So.RY----i luren s UreteutV .!10110 ft 4.'i3.

General Moliueux.afjor shaking hands nies of the houM'hoM; Live: !the croup cubic foot weighing r>::. iS pounds. .\r. l 1'1'1 all.I'la."' I'. I.. I L -- --',111'f'.1 I : : II.I I .\r. OakJail'. (l"'u "t ('rl'"c'l'lit 1': (O.i n

with many morell'llpll'\ turned to the There i i'* no other medicine o eU'rctivp in r.ew: _Yoik.- I':.. I ll.:..!: __: OO 1 p 0130 a I 1.\1'. W/mt rset. Queen & ('reu' 'eut ; 300p

|eporter again; null said: this terrible malady< F4III'IIIIN'\ Our hirer Speller. i i.\r. nur dll. llu, 'n & ('rtreut I It 3I'p
\II. 31, X'w York and Florida I-.
i"Now. we must nut forget; to thank :jndTar It is a hnii-eliold\ favoiite for; The f first spoiling book printed; in this xpr'Ssr.'i J.'XillIIIl. ( tieenLCn'seent I 51Sp
: D.ily 1'1I111 all sleeping 'ears fort Ar S ('rl'I i i 31)
t throat ami : ut
lung troubleand *' in Cii.n ti.=---l.I : puldTwksonville
You a: .n Tlunpa'I'I
good Lord in heaven for this. -
lit KM!
wa or "The
talus no opi\tI'I.141r other poisons it run I K- country American : to New \(Irk. ) I.v,1 1II1'lIII:1tl.. HII Four HUllte_ u, satpNo.

pw he has boon good to us. It is safely given. FOI'It' by Wilson it Son. Spelling Book." by Noah Webster. It WathillJrtMI, nlchmo\lt and Floridalr..-('luttar- - -- Lig I'UUt houtc7I0t_'
--- -
e we have been tried severely but __ was issued in l b'l.: and for consider ,. Lv.Ciuciunati, 111I1. 1---s3ipTurk. :
h l.iaitel, \'ll I II('1 ImolH I Dailyl'ulhnan: Lmc.1
knows best what is good. His will than : \r. Chit'agn. }' __ 7a
; \riil.pnner Fur theervoim.. r.bly more half a century was the slepitrtan Jacksonville toew =-=- -- -- '(-'UII.-- .- -->>-
lone and it was his will that my standard work used in all American 1)inin'tirs. I I.\.lnu::11I11.\tl.: ;C '. II. ..' 0-\11/1\110: I 84p:
bank director in Vienna assisted
y's )enw should be proved. Our A Ec ools. .\r. Chicago. ('. I r..ot n.-<1111I11__ 723a
two friends who hasdec'dcd -- --- ---
- hy are lawyers cii-illilLti: I IL & : nl, !
"" \n' boon :lllSWl'n'l.111 now e. I-Mich. ('t Jt5-iu \
Mug to take the boy back to to publish n newspaper for Widows and Widower. TClITS'IXX.\TI TlllwnH; THE LAX!> OF TilE .\r. T"lt.dl'. ('. H. ... I-\Iil'h.: ('I'U: i 10.j

[ _: .. ." nervous' persons says the ('hka\)' Inter In every 1.000 British: men there aretllirtyfi 'oKY. Ar. Drtr t. U. H. & n- 1iI'h. C..n: 7lraaaf ;
( \ '-1' Ocean. Catastrophes I li.Ji&> that atMartinique widowers ----- -- -- -.--- ----I';--- I---t.XinJtun.: i--- ::.::.. :; :lOp
.J -t' ; In IUOO< British i xournsnesu. R : 30
\0.
,<: hank failures and other -- -- -- -- 1- -- A r. hniticilie ,c ci. It________________ s 1P
+ big women there are widows. Lv.lallylllC\ ___ : : '
: \JIRRELS FOR MUFFS. scventv-eight; Sn.Ily-- 7ap Lv.Iouisvilh'. :".,. Lv.-------------- !' lip .
A7" Vi events calculate to upset the -- 1S.t'lInah.. So. Jy: --_________ 1330a IAr. St. Iollio;. II. _.______ _ 13a
J ,... nerves will 1 1-e tn-atnl in :i m'ld: Wlr.o Beer curd L\ ('oluinhia :-'u. Iy------------.i 7Xa - - -----=-
{' 101 the I'n NI ion a Me Fad In Ale. Ar. .-blal.illt.. Fo. ly: _____________;! 150p 1-No. li:! ''The Florida L'J)at y.A .
S Pur. is not to disturb !sensitive poopli*. To brew a barrel of lager beer onf r. I lot Springs o. Ry--_ .__: 237 P tntiu of \.tahuh' 4"I.cbc and Pullman -

?/S f' "'Where do all the squirrels come The directors have invited some newspaper and one-half bushels of malt are used; \r. ('ill4' ntltti. (!nreu& ('rrst'cnt_. S Iii a i !\leepinz (-ars Jal'ksclllv1l1c tn (IDtUl1latl..

that supply : I
and Cermany: to send descriptions ofa half bushels of malt are required. No. 30 I Pullman tlrawin -room sleeping Pity! Ticket Oll(lire, inn W. Gay St.tlnJarksturtlle .
S locos to the women iu Fifth avenuez ? I H. f. CARV Ol"trll't Passenger Agent,
number of recent stirring to 1n'ltltmh..
occurrences -
r' as boon as-kod. says the New York I TatkSllllvill. ria.
? tr'att'tl! in this .
and offer -
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way -
Press. I If one contemplates( a purchase A
large prizes for the host work. MAN ClN'Tswiminsliacklestt C. II.ACKKiT: (-neral Mana; r, S. II. HAKI\VICK. I.A.,
of squirrel fur uno will not believe the It isn't questionof
AVat.liiiiK'"Ot U. C. A
'tins i!. are plentiful, because the Aiuori- his winning a race, but a question of
"'ot Iply is excessively short. Like A llr.K Kinvinc Device. being able ouly to keep afloat. The man \ II. T.t\'LOF:. .\.
t the more costly furs the thick Elmer E. Kin;:. :i young man living who is suffering from malnutrition is like

k r.f irrol comes front northeast In Kansas City has received a patent the fettered swimmer. His stomach and

for a hog riniring device. The combination its allied organs of
id :Siberia and the markets of ; ;
consists: of two handles digestion and nutrition ,.; RAMBLER BICYCLESTHERE
fteeclre only a SUllIlIIU"t of the pivoted together .. .-
diseased. =
are
vlrappiIIZ with a forwardly! projecting extension _
t \ The Russians use It is not a question '
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c, ntier all conditions, and this de- to tit over the nose and under with him of winning ;::' ARE NONE BETTER.
lij
;, cuts down the world's supply the jaw of the :animal says the Kansas in the race for business : [

squirrels are not pll'utiful,11 ill"arctic : City Star. The controlling power but of simply =- y--. ..;.::..: .. .....; :.; ;... ....:......:: :..:..... ...' ::,>r.> .. .....*. .'. :: :: .:......: ....- ;:....-=.:i
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.i district and cold weather given by the device enables the manipulator keeping up under __ .. .; : . . .:. : . .. : . ; .. .. . :: :..
: : ;: .' : : :: ::: ..' : ':- ': '. .. : ,:. .:.' :: ..:
J privation must bo borne in an ef-- to load the hoi by the nose in any circumstances.Whenever .".'.: A.am Li;+i3 ti'rii mot:ar. ,."'"...,'.. ..-u ...: ,
I the manner that a horse is led by disease -_ ::"--- ... .. ;- I .
rt to trap the wary animals. The same * --- ." ::; t.
affects the stomach ?: "
bridle. The of the second ..:.'n,;: ry : .
operation defy :
esirahle haunt cold a ; -'fTlf : :
ones only regions . e
it is affecting al r" '.. .. 1 ... .(" IjJ .'
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is handle causes the insertion of a ring In :; ; .- ..f 'I 11 .:.....
and the playful variety that the blood and thinness r l J)? _. iJ .*.. .- *.-'--1'-- 'c Jlftt ......
-t the animal's ., -7A ." '. (Ii.iM.ftV 11 T2pplmpn ..... .
in Central park would make im.possible nose. health of '\0\ .i"v .
\ t ,,seen every \ l a_Jl :. %P/L 1 : nnsJpllSV.WiIildlV ... .
"V to .:
of the . county . 1. a.
r. : hats and boas. gan ot'.Slimo\l"t i an :. c
;: .' 'x It was an astute fur dealer in New W. A. Herren, of Finch, Ark., writes: For blood is ( : = .''..".? ,..t....-,, I \4 ijln. I. pllb''t... -il j:1 r I ....... I'.ne .."...:.... 1
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; winter "I Wishl to report' that Foley's Kidney food converted into -- \ '.& c.r$ "saa a ;i, , ;., IP ,:\ .. ,.: '". "
: _'I' ( York city ivho saw last worn- t i.: i ln,,I. t :0.
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Cure bas cured a terrible case of kidney nutrition and nutrition 411- )" Del .1,19O2: ___ "3li-1.t .....
>:,,;/fan in a Fifth avenue restaurant envel .')e. \f..rrt } :..
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-:1. had: is the life of .. .
call! bladder tumble: tbn' two doctors := \.Jr. .V5; / :
'Jjeld followsJ 1
: (i\.1.iJ..ope in this silvery fur. Eventhe skirt as :'.:...
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For sale by Wilson V Son.Doom. the body and every :, \ I .
M riven : / C4
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up. .
was conspicuous.. : :; 'I )'I' I '
.; ; gray :squirrel.tToo of it. . '. '
V: : organ tZ -- ,,' .. _ _
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'! muttered the fur duller, but lie asked Do t;. tierce's '.'' '" --' I r .. VV: '. .
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nJlul .
_' G Medical .. .
who was the wearer of this extraordinary r-t, sori"s .. ; > 'L \ "J ... .
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is wild the '. . ',., "jL.1 . , . / ,. .
-. costume. "Mrs. COl'Uf'lius'an.- England; goiim: OUT ne\\ her :' glees diseases of the stomach .. .; '- -;) -' v' -- : -:: ..:...'.
' \" and faM-inating game of table cricket tj L alls of digestion hI11111lltri- .. DL 'CLES '..- .'
the I It enough. : ; .. .
ca' lerbilt was reply. was . .j'j'A: : . .
: which is said to pusses> all the bat pies( the blood and enables ; .. ..
Yom that until this autumn the Tfl '
day a. re I.
?
,, ;-3. e\lt\ p'\t ellcr has been buying every available 'i1.;:. bowling, and tielding characteristics VVeIhj: tfutrition Of the body which : .:.: J"S;, .. .I.J:. : ex.1: it rrtifur1'ram.c" :.,:..'...

skin. The fad followed.turally of the British national ;game. It' ct health. :._:: J;:: are thennFc-tiit. : xhrrrc c ariar- ..': :.
y squirrel hills fair to bocnine a formidable *:MX long years I suffered with mi'.pes-i 5 .': .| \i, !.,'.': !.ttt\, '111.L ;, .':.' \.
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and now the demand foru' rivaij ing Ji'aJ ei\:y liver and kidney, which baflethe! .. '.'.' I.'''-I' I '. .'. fI
I"pinupong.; which: the IJriti>hers: have ".oi,t do_if s in our countr" write E. L. K.iiiSell. J V'-\y\ Tr. .j.,! : 'n .,i:;(: sses broadtail and ecenbl : . RItIl"r l'I.lth:1. v" Vrti' .... '
E rrof Woolsey. Pnhre William Co "a.ft vi , .
V foisted and which America .
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of upon us suffered : ; "P"'I'-r :i i fist li.q ;alr j r I' .I ; [trt .. -
I with .
nJ; 'Ill the single glimpse my stomach and back for:ll!h ts; iS .' .
Fellows. Herald time, f'\: pr ni.ii' <; r 'a' !.t f. r i.al I'1It: IkJ\iCe ." .
the Kid is and after
f lays now taking a cart-load' of niedicnie .
e Y rJj It coat was the basis of aje from three doctors I grew s<>bad I could hard'cdo : I r.J: /"' V: J at.d wcli! I' :, v... 1:1 LI\tr :.
fur dealer. vn its last logs.Our a day's work. Would have death '.:!::._ Marrs I \: : :
k in the side, and blind spells. I be-t'n; t ;kirt: . :: RAMBLERfcr PRICE I'4 0 :
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical I>iun.rv and .. .. -- ...'.: ..
t could tarttly Get Up.P. Bit Apple Crop. Pleasant Pellets.' Before I had taken half of .. .. . .. i
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The apple crop of the United States the second bottle I began to feel rtlie\ed. I got :.:...:. Jsr fi.e OJ icd..t. ..... :.
H. iffy, of Ashley, 111., writes: !or lure is estimated at 43.0W.OOO barrels eix more bottles and used them and am happy .. .... ...... ;

This is to certify that I have taken twos to say I owe my life to Dr. Pierce." .;. ... .. .: ..'' '..if. .... ..> % .'..... .. .. ,...... ...... .. .......':.
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bottles against 27,000,000 barrels in 1901 Accept no substitute Golden Medical ,{.. ; : .:. . ; ; ; . / /... . . ., : :-. : : : :.
o! Cure and it .. .. . .. .. .
Foley's Kidney has : . : :.:: : :,'. : : . '. : : .. : .. ::..:. .
: z.
I lelped me more than any other medipne Discovery." There is nothing "justas ::: : : :'. '" '.' '.,':'.. :.f.;... ,; ; : .'.. ; : .. :::;: . .'. .' : ;:: ..... .. : -0: _
I Emiire "Do\vnger Talks English. good" for diseases of the stomach .
tried many advertised remedies, ;. II snit ---'
. >ut note of them gave me relief The empress dowager has been picking blood and lungs.
any )
Uy drogrirt recommended Foley's Kid- up a few English phrases and tried The Common Sense Medical Adviser, E. B. WAGER Agent Ty ( 4

; ey tare. $iit1, jt hM cured me Before their effect on her guests at the recent looS large pages, in paper covers, is sent ::

jmtDencinK to agei i was in such a shape ladies' audience says the North China free on receipt of 21 one-cent stamps topay _

irt> I., .Nly_ get pp _when. rald-"Hao.. pu." "Ha.p'1 expense of mailing only. Address Titusville .
n 1Vilsop t ,4! t'L'.. Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo" , N. Y. ,

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!.';.:D, ,."' "- 8. THE FLORIDA STAR : FRIDAY, ,I\OVEbIBER/28, 19C' .
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i i:. gj;,. COCOA1 BUSINESS DIRECTORY. I
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"i ..'. DR. LEON A. PEEK,Physician and Surgeon.
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l'r I ; :.,. : FRANK LIPP"' -Practical Shoemaker. Forty Itching SkinDistress Residence, Melbourne. At Eau Gallie on THE OLD REUABLE F
Tuesday and Friday afternoons.EAU JS
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-f experience all kind of repairing
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years ;
_,l .... done, nice and cheap; also ladies'and men's 1by day and night- I.

': ,' shoes made to order. That's ,the complaint of those who GALLIE. o

; are so unfortunate as to be afflicted Eau Gallie' is filling up with winter '
1 .' GO TO J. M. SANDERS The Old Reliable \
,," Store, for good, fresh and reliable goods with Eczema or Salt Rheum-and out- guests very rapidly.F. \ 1 Jri

f k' .- inch, as Dry Goods, Saddlery, Crockery, ward applications do not cure. K. Colby and Mrs. Colby are now
Hats Trunks and full line of Groceries.
k a OPAL
They can't. settled in their Eau Gallie home for the

:..-' JARVIS HOUSE-Open aU the year round. The source of the trouble is in the winter. % i

I : Pleasant location facing the.river on river o
V. blood-make that and this scal-
: pure
e V Mr. and of Chicago -
N. S.
: Johnspn family,
front. Rates$2.00 per day,special terms by ing, burning, itching skin disease will .
domiciled in the Near cot-
; the week or month. are now
I .. disappear. *
tage for the winter.
; *'I was taken with an itching on my V .

t : f / f' -1r. INDIftNRLIER N Rl U8. arms which proved very disagreeable. I The Methodist Sunday school will havea HG PO .. -c.- t
concluded it was salt rheain and bought a Christmas tree this The ladies
year.
bottle of Hood's Sarsaparilla. In two days v Pisri6t.
s r 3 after I began taking it I felt better and it have the work in hand.A. /
Personal and Newsy Briers
Paragraph was not long before I was cured. Have D. Pierce and family, of Kenosha,
at Towns Along the Coast. never had any skin disease since." MRS. r4GPOWDER Wrecked !
t.'t IDA E. WARD, Cove Point, bid.Hood's Wis., are settled in one of the Gilbert AKI V
t c_ Your home and property r a
cottages for the winter. =
COCOA.
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!,"' .. Sarsaparillaand should be protected by. o.II
5., !. r'- .', Oranges are going to market freely. Capt. Webster, of Tibbals, has arrived
Pills and has his sloop on Hodgson's ways, Insurancsifrom
t. is this
;.; Will Dixon slapping oranges
""', L I .. week. rid the blood of all impurities and cure having it overhauled and painted. PIKE, LIGHTNING >jo....

: I. '? all eruptions. Messrs. A. R. Hodgson, H. U. Hodg- Absolutely Pure and CYCLONES. The expeiise .....
Mr. J. of Indianola was in ..
; Donelly, ,
is small compared to '
and Alex. Near were all summoned
son
t ', town on Tuesday. Mrs. erwin are expected to reach Rock- THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTEtheir the risk of a catastropby "
the sitting at Titus- '*'
on grand jury now
its like this. Write to or ask
F ,' Mrs. J. Jacobs left on Monday for her ledge i a few days. ville. IU

"; ,t home at Chuluota. Mrs. Jessie Keyes, of City Point, wentto Schuyler & Branning Titusville, ;: IC
:t s. Ducks.are now showing in large num- families, have moved into the Hud-
Jacksonville this week the
to glimpse
: The McGinniss grove has recently been bers on the Eau Gallie river. Several son house across the railroad. for reliable iiiforcution,

JrJ V ploughed and put in good shape. gala week festivities. She expects also to fine 'bags. have been brought in by our rates, etc, etc. .
Y. meet her brother, Dr. W. B. Hentz, of The Misses Amy and Florida hitching,

y' r Mr. Lewis Andrews arrived on Saturday Rio Janeiro, who is on his way to City guests. also Mr. Harry Sample, are taking in the .

-:,? a V to spend Sunday with his wife and Point for the winter.Mr. The steamer Spartan has resumed reg- sights in Jacksonville this week. ROBBINS

; ; relatives. ular trips on the Indian river from this ",
V I Ito George Hatch is in search of:Mer: Mrs. D. F. Buie is expecting daily a
in Cocoa. Every I point to Cocoa and return, also calling at .
Saturday was a gala day -
ritt's i island bears this week. He went family from Nebraska to spend the win- & GRAHAM
; t: village within 10 miles was well rep Indianola.Dr. i
I over Tuesday together with Mr. Tom Cox ter at her comfortable boarding house.
resented. and Will Tucker, of Taylor Creek, and Carlos Booth and family,of Youngs-i 00.
Howes entertained few
Mr. Tom
: I -. Mr. and Mrs. Julian Wilson and Miss Mr. R. Herndon, of City Point, to be town, Ohio, will arrive after the holi- friends at roast a night.A (Incorporated. Paid up Capital $25,000.00.) !
an oyster Monday
V
Lula McGuire, of Titusville, were in town gone till the close of the week. days. The doctor and family spent a
", winter at this point two most enjoyable time was spent by all This company owns landsin
V on Saturday. :Mr. Bristol and sister Miss Addie Bristol , years ago. who attended. the Indian River Coun-

; !. t Mrs. S. F. Travis and daughter and are again installed in their home on Capt. and :Mrs. Perry, of :Michigan, are the St. Lucie River
I Jacksonville their' settled in the cottage owned by Mrs.J. B. try, on ,
Mrs. Wm. E. Hindle are seeing the avenue having arrived from YERO.
New River and Bis-
;-4 during gala week. home Hilldale, N. Y., a few days ago. Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Perry are expecting Mr. Hines, oyster dealer of Fort Pierce, at on

j Mrs. Mary Dalton and Mrs. B. old at- other members of the family to join cayne Bay. .
I Mrs. A. H. Trafford made an excursion was visiting friends here Sunday.H. .

: to the Dixon settlement in search of taches of the family are also here. them shortly.. T. Gifford and W. R. Duncan tooka PRICES TO SJJIT THE TIMES. 1.

i; i kumquat orange trees. Miss Myra Williams has been heard The Rev. II. J. Glover and family, of business trip to Fort Pierce last Friday. Send for land list.

# from and seems to be pleased with her the Episcopal church, have rented one of The of this
., The mammoth department store has at 'possum 'apple crop place OFFICES AT . .
'. ----- last settled in place. The carpenters are new surroundings in Cuba. The house- the Gilbert cottages for the winter. The has expired, the last were shipped Mon-

.T J..... now putting on additions.Mr. hold where she makes her home as tutor reverend gentleman is from the diocese of day. TITUSYILLE_ AND MIAMI.

numbers twenty-five all told, so she will Long Island, N. Y. Thompson & Co. have just arrived and 4,
and Mis. Chas. Theis Sr. are visiting -
J- in Lake City, Fla.,, with, their not suffer from a feeling of isolation at Mr. Geo. W. Hopkins, of the Hopkins have their oyster opening plant in opera. EAST COAST MEAT MARKET ,
Lumber is here and in-
now
company
V daughter-in-law's relatives. least.Mr. G. F. DUREN
'iI< ; tion.Mr. Agent,
;.' . .. C. H. Bradley and family, of New tends pushing the work of digging the L. Stoeckel shipped the first string .
!
t Mr. Ed Spearman,*who was not expected York city, who had engaged the Taylor drainage canal to Lake Washington as beans of the season to go from this place . p 1

to live during the first part of the cottage just north of the "Plaza" for the soon as the men can be got on to the Sunday.Mr. "1

week, we hear is improving. winter, are deterred coining south by work. J. J. Roberts has a fine acre of z k ,Florid;;

$ The inside of the Trafford bakery has the illness of Mr. Bradley. His friends SEI5ASTIAN. eggplants. He can only pack 19 in an orange 3 \, and .

been treated to a coat of paint, and it hee wish him an early recovery and box.
:"VV looks fresh clean and Geo. B. Hall was in Titusville a few ''Vester.
tasty.A. their arrival later in the season. Mr. Mr. T. T. Welch, route agent Southern
days this week on business.
Zach Dixon and family have moved Bradley owns an orange grove rot City Express company, was visiting our express Ieats

into Mother Dixon's house. Mother Point. Miss Ella Singleton returned Fridaylast agent and our little town last Fri

'.. Dixon will make her home with them. Mrs. B. W. Jerome, who divides her and resumed her duties as teacher day. < S of allKinds.
time between her native state Connecticut -i Monday. r
)Ir. Hump Bradford shipped a carload Mr. G. J. Stoeckel, of this place, madea
and Florida her adopted home I Messrs. R. G. Haidee Tom Hicks and
was ,
'" of goo is:: to Biscayne bay on Saturday. business:: trip to Eau Gallie last, week. J
.
;the guestof Mrs. Coggin this week. She I Gus Hunter off hunt. V
He followed on Sunday's southboundtrain. are on a camp Mr. Stoeckel is retired business man

: ; was on her way to West Palm Beach to l: Success to them.E. from Cleveland, Ohio, and has come to

". spend the winter. Mr. Jerome will not i W. Barnett is much improvedin stay with us. He will make extensive Titusville Florida.
Miss: N. Rowe, who has a class in very ,
I come south this season on account of .
.
i dancing at Indianola, would like to start health and will soon be able to returnto improvements.
I the feeble health of his mother. Mr. and
classes in Cocoa about Jan. l&t for Jacksonville.
k' !. grown Mrs. Jerome have a grove at Brantley.The FORT PIEKCE. S. W. MOODY
\ folks and children.We Mrs. S. Kitching, with her little daughter f M
I Pettee being in Rev. Dr. Moore in the Methodist -
cottages are put or- preached
notice in the Key West Advertiser Agnes, is spending a few days with '
der for the early coming of the family. church last Sunday. Electrician Gas Engine Exper

friends-in Cocoa.
,
that the P. & 0. steamer Cocoa, of war- :
t During: the past year Mr. Pettee has had The drug store has recently received a '
:.. ( J.lle &:3& fieea said ta Goo S. : 1>11' Ned &rvb3eranc3 Tow Hjck Kith --..-
> ) .SS' soStticd1e j ; TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.
\
i "rei> )))'l>> >> p ) tiarsetiy I clad JI.qfJf ai dire curdre& .
DUkes & Co. of Philadelphia.Mr. .
t
:brought from the H&tcli lilacs: Rt City 1 Rev IX F Brown preached in St. An-! 1'DDTODpy 5eistanfls aH meeba '

+. and Mis. II. L. Ices arrived Saturday :Point and given conspicuous planting in Brews cmrcIon :\y evening.Mr. work in ale*>e lines Storage Ihttecies. =

j and are pleasantly: located on theirgrove. I his beautiful} grounds. Each is unique in i I toss of f and Mis. Almond are rejoicing over amos, Magnetos overhauled and reps
I Mr. Ives' and : its i Flesh Correspondence Sojdtcd.
has
orange grove pint \ way; one a tremendous trunk with the arrival of a Kttle! daughter, born last
apple patch are one of the show places of \\idespreading top; another a tall, slender Saturday.Mrs. .

4 E. 1 this section. body with plumy crest, and the third I
W. J. Nesbitt returned
\ Judging from the amount of freight is a dump of half a dozen stems growing I When you can't cat breakfast night from a visit:! with her daughter Monday in "1847 p'

1. handled at the Cocoa depot{ we would from one root, each stem curving out- ,

:e say this was a right smart and lively ward and upward with a grace that only take Scott's Emulsion. Daytona.

f i ; :, : .... toun. There has been a car unloadingor nature knows how to bestow.A When Quite a number of people from here at-
you can't eat bread tended the grand opening ball at Tibbals R.ogers l
almost for the
loading
.. every day past .. 7
F ., two wet ks.t' family prescription: and butter take Scott'sEmulsion. club and all report a pleasant evening.

Our whanes One bottle of Dr. Harter's Iron Tonic. Prof. Wolfe will give an exhibition in Bros. a j4
presented a lively appearance -
V 4 on Saturday with the following One bottle of Dr. Harter's Little Liver When you have dancing by some of his former pupils in / ..UP
V Pills. the hall of Ricco & O'Brien THE "18
+ a steamers: Canaveral, Spartan, and the been living milk diet and new next Silver ,
.i Take when on a
\ .' yachts Outing and Elise F., of Titusville, you feel badly, and you Monday night. IF You Wi

!i ,. the Columbus and Schuvler's launch, of will always be well and happy.GEORGIANA. want something a little more Frank Cook and Robt. Johnston arrivedon Plate that THE GENUIJ?;

% Indianola. the steamer Portland the first of this Wears? AND ORIGINAL

J Miss Myra Williams, of Rockledge, nourishing, take NCO i s week from a two weeks' trip to Miami
Misses Myrtle Burchfiel and Lillie Car- and other
1; places.
has accepted in family Emulsion.To
a position a private R.oger
7 ter were seen out enjoying a ride to-
Ditmar is
Major superintending the 'K
in Havana, Cuba, to teach English. ,
She will familiarize herself with the gether Tuesday: evening in town. get fat you must eat grading of the streets and when completedwill

t .. Spanish language, in which she has already It now seems that all the places suitable fat. Scott's be a great improvement. What Kni' .

.. taken a two years' course. for homes or places of accommodations I. Emulsion is a this town needs is side walks.E. .

for the present season: are to be oc I great fattener V. Blackman and Fred Hand, of 1-.
: Mr. Ed Stephens, of Rich wood, Ky., a great Mail
cupied. Miami of the Fort 1
were guests Pierce ho-
iu with carload of
came on Saturday a
household goods. He also brought one Rev. J. H. White and Mr. F. W. Ly- strength giver. tel Tuesday and Wednesday afternoon.J. Spoons, "a \I IIt

of those Kentucky blue grass horses we man are often seen enjoying a ride Those who have lost flesh T. Michael took them to Jensen. err"

hear tell of. Mr. Stephens is occupying through town for health and recreationto
all want to increase all WHITE CITY. \,11II'' t
Zach Dixon's home. His family nll qr appearances. body FOR SALE BY ,
'l
| rive nest week. E. V. Hall is building a yacht for aty tissues nv Mrs. Bates and Mr. Lockhart are re- )r
fat. Scott's
inly
..- v-liose ported on the sick list. G. L. MandavillJEWELER
l The children picked up the v name is unknown to the

the school grounds on Frida \t Hall seems to be an expert'F Emulsifeases them all, Mr. and Mrs. J. Campbell attended
church in Ankona last AND
_. Schoonmaker has placed a was boat building. bone Sunday. OPTICIAN,
blood!
'IV and Work has begun on the ground which
)o barrel in the postoffice. If the t 'inmons: is rapidly gaining

t, public will make use of it, it will sf race his return from Ashe- n erv. ......... Griffing Bros have rented for: a nursery. Titusville,
Mrs. Davis and
t' f' neighbors and 1 daughter, Mildred
annoyance iinproN Asheville failed him, but ,

s appearance of the town. pj y rn ems to build him up. Thisis For invalids, for.. con- spent Eden.a very pleasant week with friendsin 0 0 O O O O C p p c Ff y

Mr. Sturgis, the Baptist minister wn\ a healthy location. Twenty-eight years' valescents, for consumptives, 0 I" ',

!holds regular services in Indianola, visIted experience has proven it to the writer. You ought to see Gene Orrell in his 0 i11 b oj
) for weak childrrr, f n rall Grit: pants; he is the only man in to I\n. p
IaJ. Magiuder in Hock
ledge, on Miss Rogers, from Merritts, who, it is Xo more skirts for him. j 1'' I

) Saturday morning and returned in time understood, takes in washing, has been who need nest*, t tt's
Miss Jennie
Gustafsen
tj Cruss w Indianola in the evening. of Chicago, arrived ,
this t /
< prospecting in place in reference to I \ I
V lIe rea.al ked that he would like to organize local Emulsion is a ric1 <. Sunday to spend the winter with \
opening a but
laundry
up failing to her mother and brother. 11.
a Baptist: church in Cocoa.KOCKLEDGE. .
{ find a suitable location here with .
water fortable food
_ -j I any a.. Miss Harriss was the guest of Mrs. Geo.
elsewhere
supply
goes to try and accom-
plish the same purpose. tonic. Peters, of Jensen, going down Friday and WIN _
{ Mr. Jos. Paxton is making an extensive ; returning Sunday morning. UQUoKI
I
addition to his packing house to be ready I Mr. Rogero, a brother to Joe Rogero, Scott's Emulsion Ifcf bone, Mrs. Call, of Eustis, Lake county, arrived -
who has been in
; for the handling: of the present fruit crop. employed the gas worksat flesh blood Friday to spend the winter with I

:1 Jacksonville for the last few years, on and nerve. her daughter, Mrs. L. Campbell. I 4nT
d: Mrs. Inez Smith and
: family arrived account of failing health is locating him-

.':': Sunday from Pompton Lakes, X. J., and self in the Boetus cottage, at this place, We will send The first shipment of pepper, nine
youa
crates, went out Friday last and
; are&ettledin their beautiful home here the first
and intends
putting out free
d a grove on his sample.Be .
shipment of beans
six crates
for the winter. went out
.." own place in northern Georgiana. ,,
.
sure that this Tuesday.Mr. ......
Mr. W. M. Merwin has sold picturein open up one of my bottles of
f a a lot on Thanksgiving: service was held at the the form of a label is on Fred Trice, of Jensen, captain of

Barton avenue just west of the home of Methodist church Thursday, the 27th I the wrapper of every bottle the baseball nine was here Sunday, mak- OLD WINE Ot WHISKEY
Mr. R. F. Hatch, and it is expected thata P of Emulsion
inst. Rev. Mr.
buy.
Templeton officiating. you ing the final arrangements for the Thanksgiving and drink to the health
residence will be built thereon in the Thanksgiving dinners and suppers were SCOTT & BOWNE game. frIends and self. and Piospure'
near future. wholesome Unexcelledg0
enjoyed also among the neighbors and Mr. Yarn, of Bartow has been ,stoen
,
The lower floor of the :Merwin residence friends of this community at their differ- CHEMISTS over a week here and 1lavor. RIght for health aDd Kos pets 1
having
,
bought all
+ of Mr.
is being papered throughout with truly ent homes, and a pleasant day was 409 Pearl SL, N. YVV Hardee's nursery stock, and is B.. L. MotloOW'

artistic effect, by Mr. Cutler. Mr. and .passed. I V 50c. and $1 l t all druggists.r some budded and others removed.having ,

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