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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: December 12, 1902
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075901
Volume ID: VID00656
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.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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THE, FLORIDA STAR : FRIDAY, DECEMBER .12, 1902( 5 II'

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fORG Breard County School Board. S. W. CARROLL

to HIlIHG' THE GROCERS1[R The board met Monday'morning, \ I_

i _,,_ Dec. 1st; 1902- Present, ;J. M.' DIxon, Coughed Staple and Fancy GROCERIES
How the Trouble of the Retailers Can Be
chairman, R. N. Andrews, C. P. Platts ,,-
'Very Largely Corrected. and R. E. Mims, secretary. *. }
wholesale and retail inFlorida hy, Grain, Fresh Fruits and Vegetables, .f
Every grocer The minutes of the last meeting were I 1. T.tusville Florida
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is interested. in the work of organ read' and approved. The treasurer's re- I had a most stubborn cough Tin, Glass and Crockery Ware. :
for many years. It deprived me We solicit your patronage. Mail orders promptly attended to.
iration for self protection. Last week for month of November
port 1902, was of and I very thin. I
': sleep grew
ln Jacksonville J. A. Van HOOEe, of"Birmingham received, read, found correct,and redeemed then tried Ayer's Chem Pectoral, s

/ president of the Wholesale warrants duly canceled. and was quickly HODGES & O'HARA

','..:Groc rs' association, delivered an address Whereas, the honorable grand jury of R. N. Mann, Fall Mills,Tenn. .

to the grocery merchants of Florida Brevard county, Fla., in its last general BUFFALO BLUFF FLA ,

and a few nights! ago in Savannah, he delivered presentment, looking to the bettermentof Sixty year's of cures DEALERS IN AND MANUFACTUEEES OF
another address, which no doubt, educational
conditions, calls upon our
will be read with interest by Florida gro- state- legislature for the enactment of a and such testimony as the

.cere.' The following is extracted from law requiring compulsory attendance of above have taught us what YELLOW PIE AND CYPRESS LUMBER

the Savannah News. our youth in the public schools, as neces- Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
Mr: Van Hoose explained that fork sary for the accomplishment of full results will Fruit and Vegetable Orates.
do.
twenty years be has been in the grocery from the monies invested in the Estimates
furnished for complete Bills of Lumber to be delivered at any point on East Coast.
l1stness and then'as an explanation of cause of education, as follows, to-wit: We know it's the great-

is interest in the retailers told his audience "We recommend to our state I legislature est cough remedy ever -

that the interest of the retailers was the passage of a law requiring; compulsory will TITUSVILLE LIVERY STABLES.
made. And
I the interest of the wholesalers. This I attendance of pupils in our pub- you say ,

ct WAS recognized by the Southern I lic schools. We believe it would tend to so, too, after you try it.

I holesale Grocers', association, he said, the general advancement of our school There's cure in every drop. Saddle Horses Buggies R

and so, at its last meeting at Shreveport, system, and prove a blessing to the com ,
I La., it was decided that that body should ing generation and the well being of our Three size: 15c., SOc,$1. Al14rantata. and all

assist in organizing the retailers In every country in general. f Surreys kinds
Consult JOur doctor. If he says take it, Turnouts.
": one of the southern states. We, the board of public instruction of then do u he says. If he tell you not .
:. to take it, then don't take it. He know
-z, The retail men of a town, he continued, Brevard county, Fla., heartily commend Leave It with him. We are willing. Feed and Sale Stables
; are its bone, fiber and sinew, and far from this advanced movement, and unite with J. C. AYER CO.,Lowell,Mass.Itemiz'd ; E

.. oppressing their, customers, as they are them in urging the necessity of this act Baggage Transfer,

; : sometimes charged with doing, they ion. It is in our judgment absolutely -
Etc.
:. themselves are the oppressed. expend;co.sch.fund- Hauling,
persons necessary, if we would hope to full i
reap Teachers' salaries___________$1,555.50 =
f If there is a banquet the retailer must returns, and accomplish in its entirety R. E. Mims, supt., for Xov.5.00 Location :

furnish the supper; if a marriage, the fullest benefits for the rising generation.Such J. M. Dixon, per diem n____ 2.00 At rear of Grand View Hotel.
trousseau if death the shroud and if R. N. Andrewsperdiem&oii. 6.00C.
; a a we contend can only be attained bya
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church fair, they must buy tickets. From thorough and systematic course, one P. Plat Henry, typewriting reports 19.40John . J. M. OSBAN & BRO.

giving a liegro supper to entertaining a reaching every boy and girl subject to and minutes_____--__ 2.00 .
[distinguished guest, everything hits school duty. We shall thus uplift all together Cocoa&Rockledge News.pnb. ,
monthly statement,etc____ 8.00
|the retailer. .
by placing in their keeping the
R. E. Slims frt., exp., postage
They have to furnish credit, he said, rich legacy of knowledge, with which and incidental expenses.... 27.64 DREW'S _
Hn discussing protective measures, which each one can go forth and to advantage Bank: of Ft. Pierce cash for
'r ill legitimate, and they could furnish in the various avocations engage of life. No. 20_________.__________ 25.00B.

<:: more and better cdit if they could stop Our present best efforts to educate are Montgomery. Hardesty, ,Ward labor No.& Co.2067.50, JI.CATALOGUE.

'th'at unfair, that infamous practice that thwarted from inability to reach the classof school supplies-______----_ 5.00 .
"Ksome people have of dwulbeating them in children most needing it. These if allowed Funk & Wagnalls,free b.:>nk', ISO ECNO FOR
succession for short of time. Asa S. F. Travis & Co., stove pipe lFGAL
periods to grow up in ig-iorance prove a for No 3..._______________ 1.00J.
remedy! to this he suggested, later in constant menace to the state's advance Pritchard & Son, supplies

his address, the change in the garnish ment. It is far cheaper to educate the for No. 2_______________--_ 2.33 THEH. '
.. ment laws and the formation of a protecth.e child and fit it for usefulness than to suffer East Coast Lumber & Supply AW. B. DREW }

_, i. association that will be inter-city it to which Co., sap's Nus. 20 & 2565.60; COMPANY, I) I A
grow up in ignorance; pro- G. F. Duren, incidentals for
\;'{'as well as local in its scope. duces vice, crime and pauperism, through No. 2______L------------- 109;) IIJS
JACKSONVILLE.ft D L !' I
m, He held up as an example of what can I. die various stages of which the creatureis J. S. Stone, Statbank ____ 3.00 *.
f be done in this line the of Minnesota Indian River int. r
grocers a millstone around the neck of progress for Nov.__--______________ 2.43: -
rj: /who have not only organized as and an expense to the state. Bank of Ft. Pierce, int. for - -- -- ---
&7. wholesalers and retailers, and work in Our republic needs' intelligent citizen- Oct. and Nov._____________ 13.5t lbflG.iO

f .: harmony and for common interests, but the needs
ship, country men capable of -
tax school disk X
Special O.1-
.. have also secured the enactment pf equitable ballots voters Orient
intelligent
casting capableof
!. J John Henry, apportn'g
.i spec. and
garnishment laws, with the resultIa'bat moulding wise measures and advanced tax: fuuds_________________ 1.50
, the business of the state has never action. Our free institutions, above all E. W.Hall,overpayment spec.
i been larger or i in a better condition. The feed tax funds_______________ 11.75 1325
others must else
on intelligence, or
example of what has been done in this cannot to advance claimto
we hope or lay District No. 2- Bicycles
.I' state is, he said, a beacon set on a hill. being a land of the free, and the homeof John Henry, apport'ng spec. Racyclew

Practically all the ills of the retail grocer a brave people.We tax funds____n___________ 1.50E.
and they are said i Mr. Van W. Hall
overpaym't.
_,many know of nothing that can possibly spec.
.... '. tax fuuds______ ________ 16.29 17.751
) loose, can and will becnred by organi-
I be of more vantage to our material and Will be ovu LEADERS for 1903..YLODELNOWy
'. zation. The plan the speaker outlined .
moral advancement than
I as a state to District No. 3-
' for this proposed body, one that he said properly equip our children with practical John Henry, apport'ng spec

.4_, is in most satisfactory operation in Birmingham I information. We believe that money tax funds________________ 1.50 .

Chattanooga, Shreveport and in this will in the end
spent way, surely Total ____________ i
e in Jacksonville, i is to have the wholesalers bear a harvest rich and ripe. $1.t9! NEW READY.

. ,1 place themselves on record as to We appeal to our (tcople, of county and The beard adjourned to meet Monday

\ whether they will strll only to retailers. state, to support this measure, and trust morning, January oth, 1U) 3.i 1
\ '.In case of a breach of faith, deal only i Attest M.
that we slnll in our coining legislature, : J. Dixnx, prQl:1p1: : ; De1.i
ver
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* with those who make this and de
\ pledge take steps to place ourselves along with It. E. MIMS, Sec'y. Chairman.
' t posit, and this, the speaker claimed, will other progressive cunmunities who have

..' re the others into line or out of busi- already availed themselves of its ad- This is the season of the year when the: THE FLORIDA CYCLE CO.

: 88.Such. vantages.: prudent and careful housewife replenishesher i .

an arrangement is but right he The following bills were read and passedfor supply of Chamberlain's Cough Titusville -)
Florida.
\ for by this arrangement each of the I list of itemized Remedy. It is certain to be needed be ,
payment as per ex-
fore the winter is and results
over are
concerns then handles the good?!, from
I the manufacturer until they reach the penditures. much more prompt and satisfactory when JAMES PRITCHARD President. C. S. SCHUYLEH. cashier.
Financial: Statement. it is kept at hand and given as soon as W.M. BROWN Vice-President. W.aUANNING,Aast.Cashier
.Jurcbat-er, makes a living profit out oftW the cold is contracted and before it has

,,. . "Ji em-large profits are of the pa-and TITI-SVILLE, FI.A., Dec. 1st, 1902. become settled in the system. In almost

!:" >Vurylxxly has a right to a profit for the To Hon. A. A.Stewart Clerk of Circuit Court: every instance a severe cold may be INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK tiIf

Vii',.. "tailer ha a< inm-li right to wake a liv- SIK-In compliance with section :3, warded off by taking tins remedy freelyas

ug f.ir himself and laiuily as:! has any (chapter: ::1:?, laws of Florida, we hereby soon as the first indication of the cold
p. Iu.r class: i.t fir.ii'- file with you the following itemized statement appears. There is no danger in giving it ; :=!County Depository.
e. After tin add 1"I'i tithe retailers he of all school monies received, appro to children for it contains no harmful sub

d'S a..keil I IF I lik' .i.at it'r of his address pmtions made and warrants issued for stance. It is pleasant to take-both AuthorizedCapltal.lOOOOO. "'

" ._, 1 11,... ti ::ijuMaitd apprnved by the the month ending December ht, 1902: : adults will and children the like it. Buy it and Paid up Capital, $ 25,000- r"
you get best. It always cures.
:11'::. Hfa.'i that it had been Warrants outstamliug at last report For sale by B. R. Wilson & Son, drug. Average.Deposits, $100,000.TRANSACTS I--J -
Vdiscussed; County school fund- __$>,127.-B r
/ % :\11Ihat tho-isih he had not ------ gists. A ..
L been U'ltii'in/t'il s-peak far the whole- Spec..tax. sl'llOolllbtrict.. 14 No.1, 61.30
2, 110 Go
m, V ors, he IM i n" d niiii bat that it would 3to.UU .j.3tjJ..13 C7AS9TOI3x. General Banking Business.
('. t\l-t \\ .11. thrtr appintaltul Bears th the Kind You Hare Always Bought( .Y r
Warrants issued at this meeting ?
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County school fund_________ 1, 9G.jl fiignatareAlways 1.d Largest ami Oldest
41y SupreIue Court lieorganized. tax school district No. 1 cf .
spec: 13.25: Hank on the River. -
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tom .. .. 217.79 I
Til.llabasil
thesince "
3, 1.501,9'9.:1 Exchange Bought and Sold on
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the appointment of three ad. Total _________n_- ii.:J867 Keep an Eye,,. all Foreign Countries. ,
ional of the
justices supreme court by Warrants paid in November

: iovernor Jennings, that court has been County .school fund.________ 635.S3Spec On this SpacetCOMJNG polite Patronage treatmentand appreciated.every Prompt favor consistent service: ,
reorganized. Immediately after the tax school district No 1, tiO.OO .
.. .. .. with conservative banking granted.CORRESPONDENTS
2, 45 (ll ----- -
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inauguration of the new justices last '. .. :
3. .00 740 S3-
; : week they met with the old supreme -- -- :Seaboard National Bank of New York,
{ bench for the purpose of a reorganization Warrants now outstanding.. $6.557 84 and National Bank of Jacksonville.Am i "
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and the of a definite mode as follows: -
of adoption County school fund.----___. =f8S 3.) TITUSVII'SIT: a: LORIDA. .
procedure.The >
No-
school district
Spec tax 4.55 L
result of this conference is that .. .. iVJlb.44 ll. L. 1 I'E - -- -- ,-- .'utz fQr '
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the court is now composed of two: divisions 1 ,''.#l.t 41506,55784 ----RAI :

; the first presided over by Chief The O1dTiffliy /
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Total cash in hands of trig. 271.36 --,-, -rt. ?
of --- -
Justice Taylor, and consisting that a 1 ___
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gentleman and Justices Mabry and Net deficit t in funds ----- ,--- $8,26 48 INSISTING O"- GROCERIES HAY GRAIN L FOOD PRODUCTS. f
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Shackleford. The second will be ,
pre-
Itemized rec'pts;co.sch.fur/lr- CHOICE DIALECT STORIES
sided by Justice Carter. He will be We handle produce of all kinds. We are agents pcs' Fertilizers. We deal exclusively
over
f Bal. cash on hand last reportf 33.34 in the above lhn-6 of goods and solicit the trade of all) consumers. Write us for prices on '"
associated with Justices Cockrell and Recd" from.. tax" coll..' ,tax.. 1900. .10 POPULAR U1LLADSXH Grain and all Groceries, delivered at your station E. L. BRADY & BRO..TixufeViLLE, FUA. = -r'

Maxwell.The .. " 19O"191)16.SS_ 22.93 SONGS OF THE ---- _- -- --'- -,... -, -- c
divisions will work -
two separately "
.. .. .. polls. 1900. 6.00 ClIASSOUTHLAND.
when there discussion 4 .
is a
except among .. 190113.00 -, LUMBER AND BUILDING
e " 1902. ..it MATERIAL
the members as to any decision. When .. 200

1t this occaja the two combine for the con- .. .. comptrol." tax 1894 tax to 1901 19W 13.50 10.5i S Small: Bi11s. \ .
: fthe question. Judge Tayat '.. -
ider 1 mill tax 1902, 548.80 657.11 .
or all such united ses- i This being another extra attraction coupled We keep everything required in the Building line, from"c.

_ _ for Spec.tax school district No.1-:- i with a desire to introduce the quality and the brick foundation to the ridge-cap pole, including. .
'
y Ba1. cash on hand last report, f 6-t-t style of our Lyceum attractions we have con
commissioners were no longer Recd.. from tax coll., tax. 1901, .27 cluded to again charge the LOW PRICE OF SASH DOORS BLINDS PAINTS AND BUILDER'S HARDWARE\ =
hen the new justices began CompTr .90 65.59 23 and 50 cents.Remember ,

Judge Glen goes to Tampa at the regular attractions the MASBURY'S PAINTS AND VARNISHES. NEPONSETT
SPECIALTIES: A PAROID ROOFING PAPER.
district No 2- +
ito a legal partnership with Spec tax school t
price will be 50c and f 1 00. This is POSI-
t r rlane. Judge Hocker BaL cash on hand last report, $ 180.25 TIVE. Those desiring the regular course East Coast Lumber cfc Supply Co. =
Recd from tax coIL,tax 1901, 2 34
i ry who declined .. .. 1902, 11.55 coupon books can secure them on payment of
V the November comptroller 1901, 2.85 202.99 $5.00, either at the Miami office or at the
place of the reserve scat sale. GEO. N. HATCH :: ::

Spec,tax school district No.3- Don't forget on Friday, Dec 12th, at Opera -- --- -,
I t. t lu adopted BaL sash on bind last report, | 72.34 House, Titusville, Mr. D. L Leftwich will Dealer in
\ Iyits persotl Rec' colltaz 1901, 13.32 positively appear. General Merchandise.
bqi igpool orbi ., "' 1902 ..24offereKpt'l'r Reserve seats on sale the day of entertainment -, .. ,

0 f 4rng pool 1901,__60 ci&504ji1 from 8 a. m. to 5 p. m. at Dr. B. R.WU consisting of everything "
son &Son's drug store. usually kept inr "
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He dldn'rely on no system to speak RESSED AIR CLEANER.COMP ..
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WITH MARK TWAIN 0 /
: of, but scattered,his chips recklessly. 1'THI EAST Gois OF FLOIIDJI -. ;

Now,and then he'd get a little warmedup Novel Process Tied 'on" Wall of Na- ts EUABISE REGAINED.
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\ \ '< .1 ,- and the dealer 'd have to touch tional 'Treasury Building.

?. r t ., Advance Obituary Notices bye him ,on the arm, but he never made no ,The dingy walls and pillars of the (
house and when he east front of the treasury building at
; great rough even j
: Fellow Fun Makers.DINKELSPKL'3 FLORIDA EAST COT RAILWAY
rode through the camp shooting wild Washington have for a long time been

3vih and yelling scandalous for trouble the the despair of the officials of the de-

,boys 'd, generally just walk Into the partment who are charged with the '

.. WARM, TB1BUTE bar and smile, saying, "Mark loaded care of the structure says the New LOCAL TIME CARD No. 42. In! Effect Aug. 28, 1902. :\

1 < again." York Times. How to clean"them has
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finmoriat'i Friend Say :Mark !. "Der It was such lively traits as these that been a problem for many years. Re- SOUTHBOUND-READ BOWS. NORTHBOUND-READ UP. ".

,: .. t Bead Cheke Cracker Efer Coaxed a made his stay in the camp interesting, cently Chief Clerk Hill thought of I .

:. r Smile to der Outside uf der Facet and as we think of him we can all say using the compressed air sand blast, Daily No. It No. It NI. 35 MAIN LlNL Nt. 71 Na a: ili f'

und that he made the old world brighter and wrote to a Chicago firm that has l.inn.J Da'l 1. Da11r Daily Bd"
Kebt
\ Id Dare"-An Old Cattle-
They say he came from Missouri. patents on the process. A few days --

j man's Respects. None of into that. He the building was subjected to the ........ I 00 p 11.116 n ................ ................, 't to p S : a ..;. ;.;
a us ever inquired ago ... .... .. J..k.onTUIe..I.T 'w3 p 8 a ..Ii ..
-get 4Y: When Mark,Twain the ........ 5 CS P 1023. Li- . .South .
. J humorist, recently might have been a preacher fallen from new method of cleaning, and the re- ........ 61i p 1180 a. ...............8t. An(11st1ne............... 5 SJ P 710.. .. ..
s ,. : sent an advertisement about his satisfactory. ........ 145 P 11 oa P II ................. Ratings ................ 511 p 706.. .... ...
< obituary notices to the grace or a bank cashier come for his sults are wholly ........ If 00 p .811 p ...............East Pal&tka............... 4 U P a t.. ........
w : editor of Har health w'n he arrived. He had the The men who manipulate the mat ........ 1 33 p 12 fit p ................... Neoga...... ............ 111 p 'IT.. ........
per's Weekly, he stated that he wants the chine long hood to keep the ........ 1.5 pIes p ................. :BuDneUs. ................ 404 p 6 OS a.:......
the record leading traits of all, \but he was In wear a ........ 151 p 112 p .................. !>upon'........ .......... 3 67 p 15 tt.> ........
t ;'Y exactly straight before he long run square.Mark' particles of sand and grit from the ........ 013 p 140 p ., ..................Ormond.............. ... S UI 6 U.. .... ...
goes. He has seen the folly of departIng out of their and lungs, and ........ a sa p 1 e3 p .................;Daytona.................. S li.p S 2S.. ........
i- ,Y before one's greatest trouble was his oc- granite eyes ......" 8 sa P 8 C1 l' ...............PortOrsnge............... 3 OS P 513 a .''
: obituary notices are casional failure to tell you when he was with a small engine go over the huge 6 00.. 9 00 JI I 90 P .. ...............Irew Smyrn............... I i7 v 4 t5a 1 52
'"' I ':. '}e correctly edited, and he desires to joking. It's all right of co.urs-e., and pillars and stones slowly In the same 123&.. .... S t5 '1 .OakBIJ1. : I" p......... CtGOO& J r

f t B I'- adopt the only reasonable method of plenty interesting for a man to walkUp fashion that an atomizer paint machine ........ ..p..1..
assuring the proper supervision of such The sand blast removes the ........ ....... t 01 p .. .................Rockled.e................. 110 PJ. ...... ..........
.t i behind another and shoot through works. ........ ........ t 30 p ................ tau GaUl ................ II ".. 43 ...... ........
.c- Y matter-namely, the editing of it him his hat for a joke, but sometimes the dirt and a thin layer of stone, and ........ ........ t 33 p ................ )1 !bourne ............... 19 32 P ........ .......
.( I ' self. leaves the looking practically as ........ ........ 613 p ................Sebastian................. 11'3 a ....... ........
other man, being not possessed of a pillars ................. 1103 .
........ ........ e OS p ...... 8t. Luci8
'}-.' t = In recognition of the practical value keen sense of humor, is liable to feel well as new. ........ ........ 0 t0 P .................Ft. k'lerte................. 11 OJ .
; 4 t A : of this novel undertaking the New ......... ........ e 28 p ...............White Clt1.............:.. a. po t5 ,
-, ., hurt and shoot back. ......... ........ 6 t1 P. ..................T1bballl.................. II II:! a.-.
York World has obtained a number ofadvance Now that he has gone we feel a per Plan to Stop Hallway Collision ........ ........ 6 49 p U ....................Eden... ................ ". 1D 2j .
4 ,I'I obituary notices of Mr. Twain A device for preventing collisions between ........ ........ 8 e p ....................Jensen................... 1023 .
liked in it.
.' 4 sonal loss. We never lying i I ........ ..... 7001' .1.............. ...Stuart................... 1014s........ ........
k- } .. from certain persons who are his.eou- self. But he had such a knack of taking railway trains was successfully I ....,... ........ 73J p .. ................Hohe Sound............... i it a. ........ ........
.. temporaries in the genial task,of making ;, lie in and tried on the railroad near Frankfortthe : ........ ........ 1 t3 p ............... west Jupiter ............... i 3j. .................
$x a spavined, ringboned ........ ........ 815 p ............W.st Palm BeaeI1............. M 858 a........ ........
smiles. Here are some of them: 'dosing it and fixing it up ,with a new other day, says a. cable\ dispatch ....... ........ 812j II ..................Boynton.. ................ 8 as: ........ ........
:f si D. Dink spiel per George V. Hobart from Berlin to the Chicago Inter Ocean. I................. II 32 JI ..............Ft. Laudprdala .............. 7 85 110 ........ ........
1 q saddle and a bright blanket and palming ; ........ ........ 021 p ................LemoD C1t1................ e 63........... .......
i r f j says: it off as a two-year-old poepel truth! It consists of a small apparatus fittedto !....... ........ 0 SO n Ar................... Miami. ............;.....Lv It 13 a..................tI
Ad der age uf ninety-sefen dare has Our loss is another locality's gain, for a locomotive which will give visible
I BUFFET PARLOR CARS OS TRAINS 85 AND 78.
; ) i passed Into der pure vite light uf memory when Mark meets that ancient personage and audible signals if another locomo- I

,f \ .. ,,' a chentleman vich labored many !. George Washington, on the other tive is approaching on the same track, : BRANCH LINES SCHEDULES.

t ; I '. ,,. years Muter der name uf Mark Tvain. side of the peak, it is a moral certaintythat or, if a switch is misplaced, it rendersit = .
.p. f" Y He vas a chokeist, vun uf der mosd the latter will absorbsuch knowl possible to have an understanding by lto. 81 No. 85 No. 53 Mo. 49 Ne.47 PALATKA No.48 Ns. 48 No. 0 We. 54 1 Np. fDaiiy
; successful laugh givers der world has between locomotives. In the Daily. Daily. Dally. Daily. BANOS. Dally. Daily. Daily. Daily. Ds11y.
f edge on the subject of mendacity as an telephone
i t;': efer vitnessed bud nil nisi borax," as art that be will be able to give old test two locomotives approached each ielp 30 p 65ip 9S p 4 460p 30 p 1145 t5p a 6 fins a Ar.PalatkaLt r F'a atka r 8 boos fit) s 7 665&a 13t3p 4 p 503p p 1C$ D

t i Ye say in der Latin. ,: Ananias cards and spades and beat him other. When they reached a certain
Id is mit him id has been No. B7 Ne. 4b No /! i No. 58Dail
the
a 1 I today as out for the casino: championship. distance of each other, apparatus 8AN MATEO BRANCH. .
dimes mit uf his chokes and the ] Daily. Dwq. I Daily.p
'. many some Mark Twain was an esteemed citi gave the signals engineerswere
r '.: . "requiescat In passe." able to communicate. 510& v...... ................ .Eaat Pelat ........................: $ s p
zen. We are he has gonttor;
sorry 310 689 a Ar. San Ba o. .Lv 3 si a 8 Ui
I .:. Several years before he finally de- there won't be any more like him for f0
No. 21 No. 9 No.
2 cisloned valk down tier lane dot i Na f 7 o' Ne.18 4O.1 1
to long
i. quite awhile. They do say howeverbut A Timely Topic. Band q Bundy Daily MAYPORT BRANCH. Bundy
IFi; has no turning Mark hat a gonversa- On Only. Dally. x.Sun Daily Only.Q .
let speak well of the helpless.
.; tioning mit der author uf dose bidder us At this season of coughs and colds it is CO r to 06 s 1 p 880a ............ anv a ............Ar T a 3 D i D
I, ': He wouldn't have done anything mean well to know that Foley's Honey and Tar 108 p 1015 a 6 08 p 8 41 a ..........So. Jaeksonnlle..Lv T a 17 !2 p l U p
.' \ords. to a who couldn't get back at : 243p l0 41 s 639p 911a ............Pablo Bea:h...........+ T Os 11O s 4$3p
person
t (01 "Dinky," set Mark offering himself is the greatest throat ail lung remedy. 43 p 10 60 a 6 44 p 919 a ...........Atlantic Beach.......... 7 00 a 1141 a 4 45 p
w I him. It cures quickly and prevents serious re- $ co U05 a T CO 9 83 a Ar..........., Bayport .............Lv 64& 410l.
r a long plack cigar vich he politcfully
I o, 2 No. a.Daly .
sults from a cold. Sold by Wilson & Son.
accepted "dare vas! now no puplic to William Gillette, the well known actor SANyORD BRANCH. Daily D+liy ORANOID CITY BRANCH.i

; look ad us. Ve vas alone far from der sent this tribute by telegraph: A Bumper. ben Sun. Rua. Sun.

.' madding t'rong. Darefore l led us en- "Deeply regret hear Clemens has been To "drink a bumper" to a person, ('Ss Lv...,......"IlmiYllle...........Ar 1 ply iHTp] ......... Smyrna.........AriLakHelem 1
ch'oy ourselfs as true humorosities und him is 7 13a Lv............Mimar .............t" 1 01 p 4 81 P;LT.......... ..........Lv.!r 30 J
meaning to pledge ,
taken away, but same time recognize a corruptionof 8 33 a0SOa ............Oate n............LvLT. JlSla I 4 a'pLv..Orange City.........LT H.
ti discuss der supcheckt uf tombstones." inscrutable wisdom Almighty God." the French phrase "Au bon pere"-- 8 1) a ..........Bnte-prisa..........LTAr 11 30 a HttArLT.....Orange Ci ty Jnnot.... 0"
"As you vish so id is. Mark I mur- that is, "To the pope" a toast drunk ............8anord..LT 11 00 al! I .LTlla _

.r' murationed, mit a sour glance. by the monks. These Time Tables sh WILSON'S GARDENS.New from the .-Yval stations, but their arrival at the times
e or departure etat 41* not tfuranied,
"Ven I down der river Sticks
go by nor dots the Company hold HsM responsible for any delay or any o.sequence arising t&w*
I y t s to took a ride in *?r boat built by Chon Scheme of the Secretary of Agri Harrow School. from. ,

} 1 Kendrick Panggs, I vt
,' { hind me a epitlaugh on my tombstone," An interesting educational feature is in 1371 by John Lyon a yeoman. PANT APPLY TO ANY AGENT.

1 set ,. Mark breathing deeply on hiscigar. soon to "Oe added to the attractions ef
I For copy of local time card apply to any agent.J. .
a \ the grounds about the department of N OLD ADAGE"A
a Id vas a solemn moment, und I vait- a
0' ed for id to pass avay. Kd i York Tribune. Three gardensare SAYS .

': t I "Gould you Dinky suchchest a to be laid out One, the "economic

? : 0 epitlaugh for my tombstone ven Mother garden," will contain every plant which light purse is a heavy curse"

\ Earth vispers, 'Id is time to. go to enters Into any Industry each acowu- Sickness makes a light purse.

: press mit your form Mark!' panit) by a tablet explaining its com The LIVER is the seat of nine 8BABARDAIR '
"I hol der devoutly
"":' .t-, >e consummatioy- mercial uses. The second, the "aes.
tenths of all
; ofentobk disease.Ttitt's .
vished vill nefer ,
yoy "
thetic will collec-
garden, comprise a
j Mark," I set earnestly. "Bad here Is tion American '
of wild flowers, so
1 I der epitlaugh for your tombstone yen grouped as best to illustrate their decorative LINE R-L ILT A Y.

Iff : (- necessity drive you to Id:
possibilities. The third, the
Pills i
i
.. ... .. . ..
: "Vile here below tiggied us so -
you those ,
"drug garden, will include all -FOR-
II t UnJ make us laugh der -Mia,
14t So now mit choy your time employ plants which contribute to the pharma *
te *
a To make der angels smile! cop 'la.
ki to the root of the whole mat Savannah Columbia
go
-4 "To dis, Mark, I could add der sveet A portion of the greenhouses already Southern Pines,
assurance uf a hand mit der digitalis built will be used to house those plantstoo ter, thoroughly, quickly safely

k finger pointed upward, und unter der delicate to thrive in the open air and restore the action of the Richmond, Washington, Baltimore,

hand I vonld pud der legend 4X iod In this (Washington) climate. In con- LIVER to normal condition.

Dead, but Chokeing!' ". nection with these gardens there will give tone to the and Philadelphia, New York,

j 9 Den mit knuckle to knuckle vo be issued a comprehensive catalogue, system

grasged each udder's hands un vent setting forth the botanical and com ;olid flesh to the body. Jt

Und dink mercial history of the various plants. ,
our vays. now to vot a sat,
s sat, bidder task is mine to write der These catalogues will be distributed rake No Substitute. _ _-_ Two
tree to educational institutions but --- --,- -- -- Elegant Trains Daily : . .
3 obiiturary uf a man dot nefer dit me .

any harm In his life. Mark Twain there may be a small charge to othersto ::

started dis life during his boyhood prevent waste. SEABOARD EXPRESS SEABOARD MAIL.
days. He attended der school uf egg-

'_ sperience und gratuationed darefrom Report from the lleform School.J. .

rait seferal hard knocks to his:!! credit, G. Gluck, Superintendent, Piunty

t N bud Id TOS nod until he vent Into der town, W. Va., writes: "After trying all j Modern Pullman Equipment. \

play writing pitzness dot he efer felt other advertised cough medicines we have ""
'
der full force uf a hard knock. Mark decided to use Foley's Honey and Tar exclusively .. ,

leaves behind him two sons, Huckleberry in the West Virginia Reform ONLY LINE ..

Finn und Tom Sawyer, both oft School. I find it the most effective and

vich refused to took deir father's name absolutely harmless." Sold by Wilson & .1 Operating Daily Through Sleepers from Jacksonville to XewrI"'l1l y

t t .. for pitzness reasons. Sou.
.. Yu.rk'as born mit a twinkle in his --,- -

eye vich he aftervards transferred to hjs AN ODD DISEASE.

r fountain pen, also for pitzness reasKHe .

1 is der author uf many goot chi "-.'slerpoctors..* Darned by One Called For full information and sleeper reservations call on any ,..1i' .u; .1 l

I -' vittiskisms und bong mots vich fut "Gas Uye." agent, or write to
L i *. .; our famous humorosities have Min (Ind.) dispatch to the New S. ADAMS,

ten since. He also wrote a book. rid states that a new and pe- (Gn, TexB&

be two or three books, bud dey ** vise has taLen hold of the _ui is indeed a blessing A. (SIacDonell Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent

successful to be advertised so v .,. .Of the pumping stations to tirecf \vunen. Having suffered for ,

t I x read must abouid dem. gas belt, and for the seven years with weakness and bear

I; j Mark has many dings to his _I want of a better name It ft called the ing-down pains, and having tried several JACK n \'lLI.F. H[ V

i bud der mosd uf dese is der uotiu X "gas eye." The pain caused by-this af- doctors and different remedies
i 1\ fliction Is said to be with no success, your Wine of Carduiwas
a dot mit teuiptatiouuieut efer ehumping of the severest the
only thing which helped me,
!I \ uto\ bite him on der shInbone he and physicians are unable to determinethe and eventually cured me seemed to

steadfastly. refused to become a dialec- cause of the disease or prescribe a build up the weak parts, strengthen

{ionist Und dare led us leave him, mit remedy. the system and correct irregt'" "'.. IL.

t er digitalis finger on his tombstone The men working around the big
By "tired women" Mr WINCtlf IfR
i ointing upward, ve hope nod in Tain. compressors are surrounded more or means nervous A. J
women wlIv1f'
r v. fo some der bidder Idea may come dot less by escaping gas all the time. Their disordered menses, falling ckhe?

.;, .. er finger has a poor knowledge uf eyes become Inflamed, and it is almost womb, ovarian troubles or Sty of FACTORY LOADED SHOTGUN SHELLS 11

1 ,. .ca li ties, bud to such as dem ve say, Impossible to bear the light Not all these ailments that women have.
3: t :: Futch!" the men become afflicted, but those em- You can cure 'oulelfathomewith "New Rival" "Leader" "Repeareliable

il Dare mit de mauve light vicb is der ployed in the compressor rooms have this great women's remedy, Wine

g i essence uf veil remembered laughter periodical attacks of the disease in the of Cardui. Wine of Cardui has
... cured thousands of cases which F are looking for shotgun amunition
severest form You
a playing hide und seek mit his mem'ry imaginable. Permanent doctors have failed to benefit.

led us leave him-der besd choke cracker injury to the eyesight has resulted in not begin to get well today?Why All El the kind that shoots where f

.'f dot efer coaxed a smile to der oud- several cases. druggists have $1.00 bottles. For

side uf der face und kebt id dare. any stomach, liver or bowel disorder point your gun, buy Winchesterwith Factor r
\ Coughs Colds,and Constipation.Few Thedford's r
r Black-Draught Loaded Shotgun Shells: "New Rival ]oaded With"
should be used. ,
realize
Alfred Henry Lewis people when taking cough
his
pays respects *
medicines other than Foraddceandtiteratnre address Black powder "Leader" and loaded
"Repeater
as follows: Foley's Honey and symptoms, The Ladlet' ,girtng ; ,
vr -
Mark Twain Into Tar that they contain opiates which are men The Chattanooga Medicine Co.,
came the
Smokeless
game Chattanooga, Tenn. Insist upon having In the
well heeled. He played steady, soue- constipating besides being unsafe, par-
times hitting It right and occasionally ticularly for children. Foley's Honey Factory Load e l is nd secs t no

'*i the maine '-'<* ,.- .- TVlu. ,- contains no. opiates, is safe aQd'i1l WINE CARDUI <7 ALL EP THEM :f ?cdo -

'
\ and constipate. Sol mSe

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} t moose l. C1 ;ld: 'a'1guide's ,11 \"l1In"., '. r 1 64 Ill s' t
ii_ : '. .y' Yl ""' ranch of the the largest lndirutua... .' -2: q PRICE 50c.aaiUW.Fofes Ahandsomely tllnstrsiM weekt. Tsulatton
... ,c > t t
(
lMerp ecia nroaby
.0 0 J. ttlSfc FA I
J Idays ."t' .. 're a Ball"'or, musiciali $51.000. < gave :oOi"."vr BcstCou'uSjrttP.WHERE Tastes Good. Use otmon th45 LLo +!U r
= 'ot. Jllh eaeu
(
Rockefeller Kida
I N'. '. J. rest 11 Md bv diueeww. 88
.. campin&'aot to shoot, but for D. Willis James.Cornelius i n time. ,
was eveningsidanegan theo ullderbilt'J hn Kennedy ii v .L,4J
one S. -
and stud). At sunset h Loeb 0
u practice on a violinplayed ,. I'u> n. Dodge, S. p. Babcock an( t:
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FEE FLORIDA STAR : FRIDAY:, ,PECEMBER 12, 1902.


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BMARINE TRAVELING NOT TO RIVAL LAND WIRES. Frostbitten. eOh .

vagrant winds be kind 'to the.chilled - - .- .
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_. ? -- -
- - -- -
--
leaves -- - --
- - -
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lIa.reODI.S.,. tils System Is to Be an - - - --- -- -
That cling BO lightly to the sheltering k<
Aid to ExUtln Lla*. tr
.
iR {(Tenant Spear's Experience bough
MlxnaweMwrnw
At this moment when wireless telegraphy So soon to lose their clasp! Breathelow umnuxxx nnnlmnnmmunuurmm

the Torpedo Boat Adder. appears to be upon the threshold breathe low;
Thy every breath the parent bough be-
of practical Commercial success. Signor reaves. 1

Marconi makes a most Important statement ,

RY OF A THREE HOUR TRIP.trmee says a special dispatch from They knew the spring; the wood thrush (MUMS I
played the flute
Glace Bay C. B., to the PhiladelphiaPress. That called them forth to battle with For Infants and Children

lie said in. answer to a. ques- the storm:
NaTal Constructor Says the tion the other night: They laughed at danger cared not for

.r-:.In the Vessel Was as Pure as 'No, I do not think our system will Fearless alarm.in tempest in the calm so mute. Bfl fI The Kind You Have

y. la Room of Same Area-Plenty be a serious rival to either ocean or

land telegraphy. I would that It Among these leaves the bird with fiery
Space For Twelve Men to Live say
breast
.any. Hoars.e would eventually become an auxiliary Swung a safe cradle for her noisy young. Always Bought
to it and that the successful transac- Among these leaves their wedding bells A1'tablePreparationfor .
.
h recent successful trials of
the
tion of business over the sea will tend were rung.
>Hand submarine torpedo boats Ad- And these were given to hide a robin's similating tbeToodandReguIa-
to stimulate
cable business under the
'and Moccasin in Peconic bay have nest. tingltttSto111acbsisndBoelsaf Bears theSignature
sea. It Is possible that the fact of our

ted: the whole country to the value system being cheaper may militate to Oh. winds of time be kind to us! We lh
ese small and invisible terrors of cling
some extent against the other
though.
Unto life's bough chilled by the early
8 as weapons of offense and de- I do not think -.-
it will to any great de- cold,
in.time of war. gree. This is a matter for the future Trodden so soon into the earth's dark Promotes Dig stion.C errut-

te realizing that the chief seapoA and will depend wholly upon the suc- mold. ness andRestContains neither J

the Atlantic coast are more or cess of our system. In Canada we Nelly Waiting Hart the summer Woodworth, the in awakening.Boston Journal Opmm.MorpWne nor}metal. ( of

protected by fortifications, mer- work in conjunction with the Dominion 1OTNXRCOC. ).
ants in other cities also alive
asp to
government, making use of their land ...
.the fact that there are hundreds of wires." What a Blind Man Saw.

0 miles and many seaports unprotected The passing of Chaplain Milburn
oWHISTLING removes l yx 0/Old IrS.fNFE/.l'11'CP.>: r?

'which- might be made secure from an POSTAL CARDS. a picturesque figure from congress Puntpkw Sad'ALv.Jnvuz

fuy's attack by a small fleet of says a Washington dispatch to *

submarine boats at the harbor ell.tnLnce. the New York "The I Juc.ua.W i -
German Novelty Caused a Hunt For I Tribune. blind : Jfnisc Seed e tii I

",1', To this end the Business Men's Birds In Mull Bags. chaplain," as he was known through- .I I\ppcmiint I n .

assoctatlon of Portsmouth, Va., has The whistling postal card in the foreign jut Washington, has made his person- :I Gr t'onnSttd fw4aatdas' I lIt

c|taken the initiative by sending to the mail department of the general ality felt on both sides of the Atlantic. ftarifuJ Sugar.rAtyreai .

, :;secretary of the navy and to congress postotfice at New York was much in .\American who was spending a summer Ii \\ t'lavvr. I I Use .

t arpetition reciting the facts that seven evidence the other morning when the wandering idly through London 'I npcrfectRelrlcdyforConstip.i-

torpedo boats recently authorized by mail describes his I : .
that came over in the Cunarder astonishment at enteringa lion. Sour Stonach.Diarrhoca,

Jt; ;C4DQ ess are nearing completion and Campania was opened, says the New chapel in Holloway road and seeing .ComnlsionsJeverish-

t0af Portsmouth harbor is a strategic York Times. There were hundreds of Chaplain Milburn In the pulpit. "The neSt cndLoss OF SLEEP. For Over

point in time of war and unexcelled in the whistling variety in the mail, and sight: of the familiar face and figurewas i ..

itlrlle. of peace for submarine trials.Ty for probably an hour the uninitiated a joyful one," said the AmericanIn tac Simile Signature ofmay

ask the secretary of the navy toeslgu .. postal clerks were busy tying to find telling the story, "but I think my

at least two of the submarine canary birds jay birds and in several greatest surprise was when I listenedto Thirty Years

boats to Portsmouth for the protection cases crying babies that the sounds the subject of his talk 'What I saw NE Y YORK.

ot Baltimore Washington, Norfolk that filled the room led them to believe of England.: I had been doing Eng- t Fve

Newport News, Annapolis; and the had crossed the Atlantic in mail bags. land in a half thorough fashion myself ke

mouth of Chesapeake bay. Copies of The cards come from Germany and but it was a revelation to learn PAQTIfi

. the resolutions adopted Lave been sent are about the same size as the regulation what this blind man had 'seen' in England

,1top each senator and representative of American cards. Where the roes and even the natives were as- .
EXACT COPYOF'WRAPPEB. UIJ Q
' Virginia in congress, with the request sage is to be written there are the pictures : .
..
,
, that they use their best effort to ob- of two birds, one bird flying to t s'6; THE CCNTAMIt COMPANY, NEW YORK CITY. :

: 'tarn the assignment of those boats for the east and the other to the west .... i''v: :-'_':__':. __'_---.w ';::'l 'JIFifi

the permanent and effective defense of IJetwceu the birds the whistle, whichis

..th 'ha1'borN named. a very small affair, is ingeniously touished"n

Lawrence Spear former inserted and emits its sound when the --- --- -- -- -- -

who recently read card is grasped.
Itlcutpnunt New York on submarine
Southern
before the Society of Naval I Railway.EFFECTIVE
An American Shadow Over Europe. .
.-, 'Architects and Marine engineers; gave .
I From the tops of the llocky mountains -
OCT. 1 .
;to a representative of the New York IHO!
gazing across thousands of miles
[Tribune the other day an interesting .). 311 Xo. 31) 'Xu. 13
of railway tracks, we look on the little ORTHEA\T. .oute.: Daily. I Dtily. I FOP.TILWEIT. ROl'TE. :
description of his experience while under - 1- -- I 1aly__ r
water during a three hours' trial mediaeval patchwork called Europe as Lv JaekStJl\'ilc, Sit. Ry------ :100 a I 75.) P Lv. Jacksonville S.). RY.1 74ip; '

, -0f the Adder in Peconic bay. a picturesque paradox a supcrcivilizod L\ Cavanuan. ;.). Ry------ 1t5Pl1230a Lv. Jcoup. So. ---________-: i
slice of the world, tottering under taxes Lv. ('ha: lotte. So. Ry------ 9 50 p '10111; a Ar Macon. o. 300a.1r
' )"We traveled fifteen miles under wa for military and ruining itself It is a great affliction for a woman to Dau\1Ilt. o. Ry______ 1'357 a 140p( I Ar. Flovilla So. Iy------------i___________,; 355atr.
purposes -
1r that day without coming to the surface have her face disfigured by pimples or . Rir hat d, tio. ley------ 7otia-5-43-pIAr.Atlanta.I S). Ry--___' 520a.1r
.
..
'- once," said ho "and I tt'll you it industrially by persistency in governmental any form of eruptive disease. It makes . Lyurhbur! '. tic I': .;W .-0.-1 Ar. Rttckmart ...4). Cy---. f) 5ttt
methods which the Unitod her morbid and sensitive, and robs her y.- -'I- Pl.\r.Hoult'. : _
Cc-----------
j33a.
got to be quite monotonous after thefirst Ir. ( harlottev 1 I.0.. Ry------ 4 3.i: a a 50( S
States abandoned on adopting the con of social enjoyment. Disfiguring i! p'i HaltoD, ( I:y--_ S36a
r"- hour. Eleven of us were down eruptions 1r. l1'ashinrton. S,), Ry______ t a I !130 .&r.r..
t' ("hatttUlJOg'J. 6u. __
are caused by impure blood and \r _____1.1 Ry------- /4.a
stitution of ITSi. the London h. a 113.1 I i
says Baltimore; h: h: 0h ; p ;
ms's !pore. nearly eighteen foot below the : l'hattuhIO3.. Queen & ('resx ut 1000a
; Post's Paris letter. Uncle Sam is calmly are entirely cured by the great blood- Ar. _hilad'lli ia. 1. l f ____I 11 : a 1 ab d "
: \r.OakJalt'.
::!I rface. There was no noise to speakS purifying medicine-Dr. Pierce's Golden ._ t'" York._ I-1 l:. R-----i: 1 .t tn) JI';I 63) :;t.JAr. Ilttl't'n&'r e<<'flt 1205n
I the commercial of : Somerset. .C 'ft'SCl"ut
planning conquest -- -- Queen ; JOOp t
t4 except that mulby the electric nio- Medical Discovery. It removes from the I A r, Burin.
Qu'en .t Crescentt 30
Europe-nay. is all"eatl'idin:: the blood the 'o. 34.etv York Florida p
poisonous which nut h.Iprf'Ss.r.
.
1 1' drlving the boat through the water impurities LI'xiuton.: Queen .t ("rt.'S'l'1It 515p
.: seven knot clip. Captain Frank spoils. Our wealth has no limit; our cause disease. It perfectly and permanently Ilaily. Pullmau sleeping cars l\.rt Tampa Ar (l1I'iullati. Queen S Cn'SCt-'nt 73)p:

\'n!stood with his head in the con- milliouairi's choke every millinery and cures scrofulous sores, eczema, lUll Jacksonville to New York. Biuing l'8.1 i Lv. r l' uua i--; ig Four Route :: s 30p ;
jewelry shop in the Hue de la Paix. totter, boils pimples and other eruptive I Ar. 'hicago I Big Four Route ; 71080
Nu. : _
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tower steering by the little comnd 30,11'ashington, hlchmun.I and lunda -- '
The Parisian Is so busy taking in diseases which are caused by the blood'simpurity. Ly.Cincinuxti
l.imited I'nn. Lnt'Su----I K3ip
timing the boat by his'watth., S..11. Richmond. 1J.ily. Pullman !
It increases
the 'action of I )
-, lat he knew when to turn her American money that he can hardly : the blood-making glands and thus in set'plllg caTS Jacksonville to Nefv Tork. \r. ('hll.lw. 1 t'DU._ _LmesJ_ 730a. -_
wait on his own customers from the Uiuiuears;, l.v.l'incivuat. .'\;, D.-}Ionon_ 815p
id and begin the return trip for creases the supply of rich blood ; I
provinces. pure A r. Chicago; ( 11. & ).- Iu1JUIi __ 723a
'e cil'c1h'l around a three mile "For about one year and" a half my face was I... Cinl' nutti. ('. H. &-Ii Jlirh.- -<< - very badly broken out, writes Miss Carrie TO :
nsnTI THconm
THE LAND OF THE
l1'I'M''qnc\. Sauerkraut For Soldiers. Adams, of 116 West Main Street, Biltt1ecr k. Ar. Toledo C. 11. t IJ.-jch. ('t'n; 510a
looked Mich. "I deal SKY. IAr. I> troit. ('. H. & [) -fkh.'n! 74:
{' in a while I through the spent a great Qf money with doc a
Fashion in foods
, change with soldiers tors and for different kinds of medicine, but r e- - - -- ------- I Lv. Lexiutun S.I. .. --
portholes in the conning tower '< THBOl"Sl R 0.. 'X3 Iy--- ----------- ,! 530p
ceued benefit. At last I !
read
as much as with home keeping; no one of your --- -- I: _ Ar. Louisville. St -.
Ry---------------
. .:; v'ould see the water rushing by, civilians. When advertisements in a paper and obtained a bottle Lv. Jaeksollvillt', ______n____. i 7,1 J> : Lv. I.ouis\'illt' } slip
our first Su.
troops were of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical u.1. Ry.-- 913
P
jothitig else could be distinguished: in the Philippines, the soldiers wanted rore I had taken one bottle of this Discovery.merttrire Be-I Lv.8.mmnab. -.--________;-1.3ila Ar fit httuis Set. By_nu__________. 7732a
Lt.'olunlhix Su. : _____________! --
( ) -- - -- -
nt .'ced change, and after : -- --
a three
nt the small brass whist which taking bottle* : ;
candy especially chocolate creams, 1 walt entirely cured. I can well recommend \r. Asht'villl'. So.ly-________! li0p; \". 1;: 'rht' Florida Limited: I Jatly.h. [ .
"'S Als.. close to the rear of the tower; i and tons of the stuff were shipped Ir Tierce's Golden Medical Discovery to anyone Hot prinli. Fu. Hy _n______ ___: 237 p I Sohd.tr.llll vestibule t'oad1t and Pullman
;:'t was Just a wall of green water Now the soldiers forsauerkraut similarly afflicted." \r. Cincinnati. Queen & ('rt'Sl'ent_ S 15 a'sleti'iug: lMJ.rs JLeksulIVllle tu mclUllatl. .
away. are asking
t'grl which we were rushing Ob- The sole motive for substitution is to ,. I H. C. iicNT. City l'a;:t'ugt'r and Tit'kl"t Agt.,
and the
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s,( ten feet awa'y could not be seen. government, which permit the dealer to make the little Xo. 3\J.\ Pullman dl"J.wiut.room sleeping City! Ticket OtlCl',.101; W. Bay St

. .. } 1tu" air it was as pure as any always wanttt to gratify their taste more profit raid by the sale of less meritorious car, Jacksonville to l'inciunati. In. f. C.tRY; District Passen"er ArentJackwntille. ,
when it is possible, is sending over medicines. He gains lose. I Fla.
'wou I i a room of the same area. ; you _ _ _
great quantities! of pickled cabbage. Therefore accept no substitute for
T\ "It was a good t'alpu1'l'r than many "Golden Medical Discovery" C. 11. ACKEKT. General Manager, c. II. IIAiCU11'ICIiG.i'1.,

V" eardroom where I've teen men sit not The People's Common Sense Medical AVaHhinston, 1). C.t1' .
!few DIlco\'f-ry of nintnond.
hm> hours but for ten and twelve, Adviser, a book contain!? 11008 pages, ll. TAYLOE, .\. G. 1). A., Atlanta G.&.
A diamond discovery which is
probably '
) .j-losed doors and with the air so is given away. Send 21 one-cent stamps
w
the most important since
that at
jifjith tobacco smoke that you could for expensa of mailing only, for the bookin
l Y and yet they never knew the dif Kimberley has been made at Elandfoutoln. *. paper covers, or 31 stamps for the volume -
says a special dispatch to the bound in cloth. Address Dr. R. V. RAMBLER
ffei\. so long as their stack of chips BICYCLESTHERE
Chicago: Tribune. Seven diamonds were Pierce Buffalo, N. Y.
tttllcr. No one L* allowed to smoke
t found in throe shallow holes.
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f I won board these boats on account
ARE NONE BETTER.
gasoline which ii is used to drive


jfengine surface when, but the there boat is is running no trouble on SeeretHfj Secretary' llu Hay) Tukeu is the most Fur u di port.:;.iuticd KIDNEY DISEASES '1-:;..:::-..:..'.....::.'..:..:.;;......:...:. .:.'.:'';.'..'.,.:.:.'';'...:."'. ..'::.:......:...... :..:....':..'...'.....:.:.::= ...,..:...'.:":::.... .'.:.':..'

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;'/reathe." other day ho told a story of an experience are the most fatal of all dis ,:.':. .: ..' !!?' -m- t.;.'..:.:..:...

: The batteries which generate the he had when he wont th New : i 1' ::
eases. ', : PXperi; "e drj :-;::.:
while York few . _.
;power to run the submarine boats a days ago lIe took the -"" .. : \111. :::::

they. are submerged are stowed out of midnight train and in t'rj turningstopped KIDp'\\'eJnl'sda1. ntl D .:' -la. I ....'.::'.":.

BiIght under the tloor amidships. The at the station n.ijurant in FOLEY'Sor t' 'e ,fltli' \" \! :....:'. \ .r, ME ca ""e men .;:.:.

-J 8Ir-: tanks are. distributed along:, the Jersey City to get a cup of ijjffeo, says Guar ar" \' '-J :........: fi.1.j i diP-lent/.1.ilns. Qr l y; :',..v !.... t' nf' .:.::.'':'.',

? .Sides The gasoline engine:, is in the extreme the Washington; correspondent of the ,J. I II :.. , . t,.. .I'I-.an"" 81, )t .". 1 IK nits winch '.' :'

\\t after part and the torpedo tube Now York World. 11'hihwas drinking money refunded. Contains I. ".....l>' ) '1F,",,. '. .tt t,f"ry highest .:.':.'..:

iC.'ln the bow. There is plenty of room be- ; his coffee and nibruiig a roll a remedies emi- l.tz'1 :: ::
recognized by
I low for a dozen: men to live for many large, red faced man who was not ui ... : ':': :'' f
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';, hours, all impressed by di :uitj')judged the nent physicians as the best for ......"...... .iI ._.........'!( cp' ,-- .-,or P .\o ....'......
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of state with elbow troubles. . ,. .. (' .., ; 1 ;" .
Beavers Coming: Back.'party secretary a vigorous Kidney and Bladder I... .. .. -i . ;:. : ,. t- -,- \ .' : :
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and pointing to the sugar, aid: ': T. l) \, \J .\,, :
..A; of Menominee p1i h.) hunt- PRICE 50cc. A $1.00. ::. \ oZ..j -; :-:

. :' discovered three colonies of beavers "Say sport, ferry over the confectionery ,..LI t4CuAa -.-- _ ___ __ _ .'. .' :iIP>o = i ?!L :' BICYCLES :.'.:' _

work on a branch of the Net river will JOu:" .. :: !. iF.h"J-1! :':-:': _
.:. :: "notice Ike . .
50 YEARS'EXPERIENCE I.l'.tllOrudfrClmni' ;
Ie hunting n few days ago, says the - . .. ..: .:.
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I it*>r Ocean. The beavers hadIhree A dew Type of C'rniser. '.-:. .., .\ -,," .,.',. are t'e sry he-t 1,1i't: "n hnb en tilt: III.U'i .. :. f =
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cad 11 : ,.:. "\\ '..,'.' lrt is-day. 1hJ..t ,.,. U -
dams across the The British admiralty has sent to ".'A.. '.\ \ .. ., f __
t ; t \ Tl,. I"I! ,' ... y
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.. r'p: H :.in.J be. the .
a pe upper peninsula and time leading Clyde shipbuilders specifications ! ... . ,"....f.;, RallJlltr I ';riu 1' r- I a:.n, Ib"I; 21 hal'. ,' .;....
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n there long. They proba- for a first class armored cruiser 1 . '' '"1'l" : t' 'ncr. ..-ft. .t: e kti Ilra-af"nd .. .... c
;; ter pro t i-k! n:M--:. !.t r I <_th IL'.- :,')\ict: ." : ,
the stream was driven of an entirely new type. The cruiser. .:- rs . .
ea Ipce :, and wIll i! pc-tt a! -- ' t 1 11."r ; ;.
4
e 's.gers have abandoned the which will have a displacement of : l: -

. ie upper peninsula beaver 13,000) tons, will have all her gunsptacE'd TRADE MARKS :1 : RAMBLER PRICE $40 { :: '

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, J ftmals which live along them in a citadel Instead of In case DESIGNSCOPYRIGHTS ':. ... :'.,
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to be coming back and inambers. ments. The gun power Is greatly increased Anyone sending a sketch and description&may.C. ;........: Asic jilT' just of A J.' Dw4id. ...:.:. '

several 9.2 inch quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an . ". .. '.
being .
ccro>t1 ) embrjnoui Croup fitted. The speed will be guns twentytwoknots. invention strictly is probably confidential patentable.Handbook Communications on Patents- .....9g..:. ;..........................'.."....:..:.*."....:p:. .. ........;...;.../::;............;.. -.v.-.i--r. . ...............;......... ,-
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a sent free. Oldest agency for secannzp&tents. ; : .. : : .. .: : . : .. ," . ... . .. -
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; Lots rounnent" citizen of Patent taken through Mann & Co. receive .t.-: . . t. .' . ... .. . ... . ... . .. . . ... :'. .
"My little boy eCfall&Ottu. without charge 111 the

, mbranous croup r iew V For Crematories. Scientific flmcrican.A

., taking Foley a Crer' '4 toor the destruction of the E. B. WAGER Agent y
t t relief F lllnstrated weekly. Largest i .after. .one.' s which have dlgd of an?oentiflc loarnaL Terms,13 a ,
nd t heart toot taostlulL 8014 byU ne.edealanM

,, Sold 'aDld b ilao area are'to be eretr .: ..fWN & Co.Set ..Hew ynrk t'1. '!T.;110 :'lai.

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: :: .t. f. 8 THE FLORIDA STAR. FRIDAY, D :CESIBER ,12, 19C2. I j

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i COCOA BUSINESS DIRECTORY. EAU GALLIE. I r
.. e An Ancient FoeTo
: i f r"BANK LIPP-Practical Shoemaker. Forty Geo. W. Hopkins took a run to Mel- THE OLD RELIABLE J T '
4
> i..;' :- 4' years experience; all kind of repairing health and happiness is Scrofulaas bourne Wednesday last. ,
fi- done nice and cheap; also ladies'and men's JJ
i' shoes made to order. ugly as ever since time immemorial.It Alex. Near was in Sebastian on Tuesday -
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-. bunches in the neck disfigures last on'private business. Y
causes
4 I :1J
: cOO TO J. M. SANDERS, The Old Reliable
i" ,, f..::::.' -Store, for good, fresh and reliable goods the skin, inflames the mucous Miss Hodgson was in Melbourne Wed- 1 1P

. I. 'ft '?,: r .inch as Dry Goods, Saddlery, Crockery, membrane, wastes the muscles, weak- nesday l last calling upon friends.
Hats,Trunks and a fall line of Groceries.
xJ : '. -- ens the bones, reduces the power of Christmas goods galore in our stores, to

,'. : ; 4 JARVIS HOUSE-Open all the year round. resistance to disease and the capacityfor the delight of our many little ones.
r; t I' Pleasant facing the river on river O
1 : front. Rates$2.00 per day,special terms by recovery, and develops into con- W. T. Wells, of Melbourne, was mEan

'' : rr the week or month. sumption."A Gallie on Wednesday last in his fast .o
r : bunch cppcarcd on IV !cft side of launch. .

my neck. It caused great i-u; "S lanced, ,
IND1LN1ERPPLES.(R and became running sore. i .vat into a Messrs. Pierce and Taylor, of Kenosha, NGPD .
L general decline. I was per&uaded to tryHood's ,
Wis., have invested in a sailboat for the ?
Sarsaparilla and when I had taken i I t crlrf&yry
s 4. ". > tParaaraphs: Personal and Newsy Briefs six bottles my neck was healed, and I have winter season.
Coast. never had any trouble of the kind since." :Miss Lula Hoffman has of the
,,""' at Towns Along the one pret- b4KIPOWDER Wrecked !
r MRS. K. T. SNYDER, Troy, Ohio.
?, :
t ,: -:'I tiest collections of potted flowers and
',:" .. COCOA. Hood's Sarsaparillaand bulbs in Eau Gallie. Your home and property
...
should be protected by.
i. ,a . F James Warren has moved to Daytona. Pillswill Geo. W. Hopkins has ten or twelve

L : All of our stores have a display ofCChristmas'goods. pair of mules on the drainage canal work, Insurant
1 rid you of it, radically and permanently I
with the
more on way.
si !II! ;* as they have rid thousands. Absolutely Pure from FIRE. LIGHTNING
....: 1 A number of Georgiana's citizens were The norther this week has lowered the and CYCLONES. The ex- -
t : "r is small compared to t -
r ;_ -J:; iln town on Saturday. ROCKLEDGE.Mr. temperature and driven the water to a THERE IS 'SUBSTITUTE the peuse risk of a caUstrophy 0 Jr

;, e' ; :Miss: Clara :Moore: ,of:Merritt: was shopping Horace Shares made a flying tripto higher level at this point. like this. Write to or ask
f 'J in The launch Helen, Mr. E. S. Randalls --- -- -- ----
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: ft town on Monday. Jacksonville this week. Schnyler & Branning Titus vtlle,
; ,', is ready for the whois visit friends at Melbourne last
'.. owner, now owner, Bepch
: f i :Miss: F. Taylor, of Rockledge, was a Atlanta's prominent opera house owner,
expected daily in Eau Galhe. Wednesdav.. for reliable iuturuiatiuu.
: 'visitor in town on Saturday. Mr. and installed .
DeGive, family are again rates, etc., .
f r in their inter home here. There will be Christmas services in St. We were sorry to see Mr. and Mrs .
: i The entertainment at the opera house -----
John's conducted by Rev. H. W. Glover, Chaffee leave for Miami to spend a good
; e. :Monday night'was excellent. :Mr. and :Mrs. Rhodes arrived from
;. of the diocese of Long Island, N. Y. part of the winter* ROBBINS1
:' We notice Mrs. Gardner: S. Ilardee outenjoying"that Ohio during the week and have begun
I ..' handsome new horse. housekeeping in Palm cottage on Barton F. K. Colby's new catlwat, the Maca- Messrs. Chas. T. McBride, John :Minor,

.: -. ... \ avenue. tawa, is, or will be made, the fastest (?) S. M. :Martin, Charlie Martin and Major & GRAHAM
i Mrs. Wm. Ilindle has been indisposed in Eau Gallie's fleet. What's the matter C. II. Stewart have been "courting" in Ti-
I \ 4 this week on account of a severe cold. Mr. Bob Savage, who owns a ranch with Chicago? tnsville lately. CO.
over the St. John's, brought over some
.K
r r ,: Miss Sallie Magruder, of South Rock- first class beef. Nothing the matter Miss Edith Burns returned to Canaveral Messrs. Charlie CUin, W. B. Cattle and (Incorporated. Paid np Capital 25.000.60)
; ledge, was a caller in town Monday.. Monday last via the steamer Albert! Root in
with Florida beef if the pasturage) is on are spending some days: This company owns landsin
i Mr. and Mrs. Whittaker have moved Hypoluxo, after a pleasant visit with the woods hunting. Hope they return the Indian River Country -

1 t ; ,; I 'into the Lapham cottage next the bank. good.Mr. :Miss Bessie Hodgson. loaded with !!alue.
Porcher'a launch was placed in the on the St. Lucie River,
I !. 9 ;\ ; -- t Mrs. M. ,Thompson, of Merritt, came water last Friday after having been :Mrs. I. G. Gilbert and Mr. J. A. Gilbert Mr. W. T. Wells is spending some at New River, and on Biscayne -

across by private conveyance on last: Fri- lengthened twelve feel on the boat ways returned to Eau Galhe this week via morey on the sidewalks near Educationalhall. Bay.


Mrs. J. M. Sanders is able to be out brand new boat and skims the water have spent the season: in New York state, public-spirited men to help our town. PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.Send .

t I. once more. Her foot is almost wed with all ease. making their home at Odessa.: Miss Sue Hopkins spent Friday night for land list.

3 ., I? I .E .agam. Dr. W. B. Hentz, who recently came Mr. and Mrs. Stickney, Mr. and Mrs. with friends in Melbourne, and Saturdayat OFFICES AT . .

l/: /i Battenburg lace and yeast cakes are the from Brazil to spend the winter at his Mackey, Mr. and Mrs.! Colby, :Mr. and Myrtle Cottage, Melbourne Beach. TITUSV ILLS AND MIAMI

-, j i ,topics of the day at present-it's hops or City Point grove, visited: relatives in Mrs. Ainsworth, Mrs. Sherwood and Miss She reports pleasant work and surround- --- - -

: \' 1 .no hops. Rockledge during the past week. The Towne and the Messrs. Wye are all cruising ings in the Cocoa school. EAST COAST MEAT MARKET.

,. i Capt. Abe Hildreth makes frequent outdoor life among orange trees,and freedom i down the* Indian river. Three yes Admiral J. II. Gillis and Mr. Hale, of

: '! +I larips across from Indianola in his yacht from professional duties combinein sels are carrying the party. Delhi, \. Y., arrived Sunday and were G. F. DDREN, Agent,
making a delightful season of changeand the guests of Mrs. S. F. 'Gibbs and family
'F' Columbus. The Chicago, Capt. John Johnson'snew
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i .. recreation for him. until when Melbourne
went
Monday, they to
yacht, is in the waters of Indian
mid
Our town presents tourists a -season the streets appearance The New Rockledge hotel opens its river.: Brand new sails are being bent Beach, where they will spend the Florid
-so on a
many
: winter.
> doors on Thursday this week. The i
onto the and about the
.looking for rooms, etc. spars everything
lower floor of the building formerly usedas : I vessel is ti t..class in every respect. A A meeting of the chautauqua: board of 1 and
:\lfi!. J. R. Field, Mrs. J. P. Knight a store has been transformed into an directors held Educational I 1 ;
new cabin is also being added to the ves was at hall 'f t r Western
i i I and Mrs. S. J. Field, of Indianola, were amusement hall and will prove an ad- sel. Monday evening. A very fine?program

hopping in town on Tuesday. ditional attraction to this popular hotel. is being prepared for the coming season, "eats

I : 1 Mrs. Albert Faber paid Cocoa a visit on There are billiard and ping pong i tables; 31EL orH E. beginning/ March 1st and continuing two

\ .. :Friday. Having a grandchld in town the barber shop will be located in a por- Miss E. J. Lee went to DeLand to weeks. It is to be hoped our people II r allKiuds

,! /makes it an interesting place. tion of the building, also bicycle repair spend a few days. along the river will be able tojcome and.

i \ ")lr. 1. Hodges and wife, of Chuluota, shop. Miss Forest, of Malabar, spent Sundayand I enjoy these two weeks of delightful in- I yl ,
4i i. .: t : arrived on Tuesday. Mr. Hodges will Hon. Luther Manship who is conducting Monday Melbourne.. ruction and recreation.

I i .put a hack on the road this season. a series of lyceum enttrtainments Messrs. and Mims of Bonaventure .
Macey ,
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was here Monday and was un- DR. LEON A. PEEK. Physician and Surgeon. Titusville, Florida.S. .
I H. Dexter must have of pleasant visitors in town this
a ,
new pair were Itesidoiu-c, Melbourne. At Eau Gallie on
} stinted in his praise of the beauties
tropical
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t a i\ r t$ . horse hair clippers, we judge from the of Rockledge and the east coast week. Tuesday and Friday afternoons.

:i appearance of animals around town. 'U B. has been W. MOODY
Rev. R. attending
f t nerally. He secured a number of pot- Templeton : FORT riEKCE. ,

Adam S. Dixon shipped a very fine ted palms from the collection of Mr. A. L. :, quarterly conference at Georgians Dr. Hughlett in 1
town
was Monday, on
;. u :box of fruit of the Citrus varieties to Mr. Hatch lot decorating purposes at the this week. professional business.:! Electrician, Gas Engine ExpertTITUSVILLE

rs J. H. Seize of Augusta! Ga., this week. tovyn hall, Cocoa, which he has secured Mr. and Mrs. Claude Beaujean went to

x r Dr. W. B. Hentz and sisters, Mrs. Jessie fo-a season of several months. --- -- ------ -- The drug store windows are artistically FLORIDA. ...
decorated with Xmas goods. '
3 Keys and Mia* Cornelia Hentz, of Mr. Charles Hatch and Mr. Bryan I II Thoroughly understands all mt''LuJ1 .
tI City Point, were visitors in town last Cox came in Tuesday from their hunting} I Mr. J. T. Michael- enjoying the work in these lilies. Storage BatU-rUw.. I '_ramos .
WffDS'Con overhauled and I t" \
Magnetos
'eck. but breezes at Titusville, on the jury. n"'l"
A .:. grounds, only to replenish their Correspondence Solicited.

'. ? Mr. II. Ives, of Cocoa Heights, has stock of "grits." There was a "woodsy"air There will be services in the Baptist - -- \
l "*pIcked and Chipped those tempting tan about them that was quite refreshing) church, also in the Methodist church

f .gerines that were so convenient to the and each was a living picture of thehealthfuhuMs i I next Sunday.Prof. / ;

.fence.x' of se'eral"el'ks' camp life. I is a human Goodwin and his 1847
are
opera troup
l The game they brought in was ample weed best in weak
;. Mr. anJfrs.: Aldrich are now located flourishing practicing for an entertainment to be
proof of its abundance in the St. John's
.. f In :Mrs. Sam O' rien's building. Mrs. lungs. Like other weeds it's given) soon, announcement will be in
swamps. They returned Wednesday to
j Aldrich is prepared to lodge and board in while next week's paper. RogersBros.
1 be gone some weeks longer.GEO1CGIANA.. easily destroyed young ;
i., Urst-class. order. when old, sometimes im Roylance & Klopp are erecting a residence i. MA

i The Avilah had a meeting last Friday, at Stuart for )lr. Hancock. Mr. St RETBE

v I -.the firsUone of this season. The library J. W. Brunsr was called from here to possible. Klopp, )lr, Paxton andother Carpenters '
is
I "is receiving the patronage of our people Titusville to act as juryman the present Strengthen the lungs as left Monday where they will.be working "Silver '
you YOU
.. i[ !L
I .and also of many of-the tourists. we k. about one month. '
would weak land and the Plate
that THE GF .
i: t !l:;. The steam yacht Silver King, Capt. E. V. Hall and F. \V. Munson have weeds will disappear.The Prof. Wolf has started a dancing class It j A. D t .c
1 .:' 'Geo. I1n ton captain and owner, is in served their week as jurymen and are in the Social hall Monday, Wednesday ears.

.comnti lion. She makes a pretty pic- home again. best lung fertilizer is and Friday each week. Private

; sure gliding over our lovely river. Quarterly meeting on Saturday and Scott's Ismulsion. Salt pork lessons, 1 tot p. m. Children's class RogersKnives

t Mrs. Ed. Stephens and children are Sabbath last at the Methodist church is: good too, but it is very hardto 4 p. m. Adults' class in the evening.It .

proved to be an occasion of much good ina I has been decided that there will be :
aired last week, much to Mr. Stephens'pleasure. digest.
religious sense. The services of the no public Christmas tree, but Christmas
will
their children I
They place -
1- in: the Cocoa school after the holidays. presiding elder, the Rev. Dr. Rader, of The time to treat consumption eve there will be a Santa Clans :Jchimney, Fork '

S Miami, were of a pathetic nature, arousing is when you begin trying of candy and oranges for all the chicdren, ,
( All the children are waving yellow envelopes the moral and religious element of also a Christmas entertainment given byI I Spoons e
to hide it from
., this week, the little boys shoutIng yourself. the children. It will be given out later ,

.y .' anywhere from 36. to 9S at each resuiting d Others see it, you won't. where this entertainmentjwilljbe: : given.

other. They all seem to be interested in may be lasting. The meetings have been Don't wait until you can't The programmes are out forthe: "Dees-
.their school work. continued both morning and evening FOR SA1.K BYCK
up l deceive trick Skule" of fifty at Blueberry !
Mr. and Mrs. E. Raulerson IO il t pi to date, with similar results, though the }yourself any longer. years ago
c Corners, to be given in the Social L.
fi doctor could not stay after the morning Begin with the first thoughtrs Mandaville,1;
child ngetlt hall
youngest years .w_." Saturday, Dec. 13th, 7:30 p. m., tl e
!lIf'r.ceIonda '
months. It had been helpless da .\, iiis health not permit t-'i1- Emulsion. IfS.j" proceeds: for the benefit of the Methodist JEWELER AND OPTICIAN
The ,
Rev
Mr.
entire life. The parents have t' Templeton has church. Tire will be .
1111n f the consumption soc twenty-nine peo
) meetings.
path of the community.Mr. rId will ple in the pftiy, besides some fine music Titusville

-C. ". : and Mrs. HuSFsmith, "Ise."well, of Taylor Grove, 111., i\ 'ureter; you soon and singing. ,

daughter, of Three Rivers, )' .._ .. "'rth us some few years ago, is i forget it and be better for the

} :Miss M. Francisco, of Kalamazu. ur here again to spend the winter.. lIe i is treatment. If it is consumption -tKO A. C. i 0 0 0 0 0 0 9 C .

relatives of Mr. A. G. \Veinberlast L\t.d i making his home with F. W. Lyman. can't The telephone company will soon put M
be
t His daughter, Miss Xewell you expect to and the .- .r i ,
Friday to spend the winter s'fitHiim. Mary f is up poles line will run from St. ,
teaching the public school at Eau Gallie. cured at once, but if you' will Lucie nvei'W the city (?) of St. Lucre, l

v Col.! and Mrs. J. P. Setze will move The people here are most pleased to have begin in time and will be two miles north of Fort Pierce.
i into the Sloane cottage'on Thursday, Mr. Newell with them. Miss
r 1 ..te>. They have had their own handsome last winter here in Georsriana Mary and spent she rigidly regular in $K(r treatment The shell road is being pushed by :Mr.

t ton home painted inside and out and I put i in was up' to see her father last Saturday you will win. '"-. lit Bell, our efficient county Commission
Mr.
er/first-class condition for Dr. Kirkwood, and Sabbath. She is a most pleasant visitor Scott's Emulsion J\\* John Richards and crew are doing

io who expects to take possession on the among her .many friends here. A fi air, excellent work, keeping ahead of Mr.

I* i Mr. Taylor, who is also from Taylor's rest all you can, eatuUl I you Hall's two teams that are hauling and
I OJ15th. scattering shell along the
i ) account of our town hall being I Grove, Ill., came here Saturday last look can, that's the treatment and road.

F0rented 'a party for the season, the. ing for a suitable dwelling to rent. He that's the best treatment. W. T.Walker, wife and daughter left

mw n, II -* Christmasto tree and exercises will be i inI I went elsewhere, not being able to suit here this week, after living herefor five f ty

i r esf"a the Methodist cliurch. )1 rs. Paterson himself and wife, as the best places had We will i years, for ,their old home in -Orlando.i .

i deserves much credit fur taking the matter been! taken already. little of the send Emulsion youa i They lived on Mrs. Pratt's place and ,,
I in hand with such short time for raised pines and oranges. They were i
) ,
Better Than free. .
a Plaster.
preparation. good neighbors and we shall miss them.
A piece of flannel dampened with Be open np one of my bottles of
sure that this
g James Foran, of Albany, X. 'Y.lS voyk Chamberlain's Pain Balm and bound on the form of a label picture n on the in The Pride or Ih'roeil.
,. aging around looking for a pleasant location the affected parts is better than a plaster wrapper; of every bottle oi OLD WINE 01 WHISKEY

1 H for the winter. Mr. Foran is one of for a lame back and for pains in the sideor Emulsion you buy. Many soldiers. in the last war wrote to and drink to the health and

a| the globe-trotters, having visited various chest. Pain Balm has no superior SCOTT &.BOWNE, say that for scratches bruises cuts, friends and self. These foods prospe <

1 parts of the world. He is very favorably liniment for the relief of asa Chemists, Bucklen'a wounds cornsj sore feet ,and stiff joints, wholesome. Unexcelled for rich
deep seated Arnica Salve
isVfc* the end flavor.
tW'it'1n Bight for health
wej Impressed with our vicinity. He spent I muscular and rheumatic pains. For sale 40Q Pea 1 St., .N. y, world. Same for burns, &% \ ul- -

W t1mllast 1 wind' t i at Cannes, France. ......) .. I T'i I R R. Wilson & Son, druggists. Soar T:: : '1" ndru .-'O'r skin eruptions and JftfJIsbvygE 1 t. .:
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Ti I ,' I a Rockefeller eacu gave $:O' *' S'rllPTlkotes Good. Use on L of any eientlflo JoureS.
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1 .a shout, but fur rest D bv dru21l tour rontb.,i1 yalQ
, was camplnl Vanderbilt D. Willis James In time. KAld !tll. s ne
iiutsunto CorneliiKuhn. us \ S6t
theiiisiclanJtegan
b1t evening
and stud)". one Loeb & Co.. John S. Kennedy o
to practice on u vlohnplaywl Dodge S. D. Babcock and
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