Group Title: Florida star (Titusville, FL)
Title: The Florida star
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Title: The Florida star
Uniform Title: Florida Star
Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Star
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: S.W. Harmon
Place of Publication: Titusville ; Cocoa, Fla.
Titusville Fla
Publication Date: December 19, 1902
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075901
Volume ID: VID00657
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 34175599
alephbibnum - 002071719
lccn - sn 96027111
lccn - sn 96027111
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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1 MEASURES such as "dozone" (thirteen). "fitze" (five A Freight Car Experiment.The "
:tI WEIGHTS Arm 'dozen), "twodz-nine" (two dozen and Illinois Central Railroad com f. C11fBJ EAs coin' OP FLCJJOfJtiH&It

} ) ik." nine), etc. .This of course, brings In pany is said to be conducting' a seriesof is PARADISE REGAINED." J

: r- '.; the. use of the dek'\ and eln and. he has experiments with a Pre ght car, the a .

; t: -Advantages of.New System'Ex- I:" eda" (dek dozen), etc. trucks of which ace fitted' with ball (

: i x, < plained by Professor Reeve. bearing journals. These,jt is claimed, 'k FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY. If
< HorneU' tests In Demand. make the car run so easily that a sin ,
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1: I Y. Postmaster Cox of Delaware, 0., recently gle person can move it. If they prove '1
received from New York an offer practicable, trainloads can easily be '
_iI : 10 THINK IN DOZENS THE KEYNOTE of $1 each for hornets' nests, says doubled and hauled with the same LOCAL TIME CARD No. 42. In Effect Aug. 28, 190 fRk'

.. the Now York World He sent two. power now used. .
4 l All: Xumbera Are to Be Handled Duo- gaud as he'received his pay promptly .

{ I ,f. de-elmalb-E1Iect of the Change onIt" it is probable that the boys o: Delaware Coughs Colds,and Constipation.Few I i .Nt.I'!
e ko, II No 78
will flood the New York ptople realize when No.39 N. sa Ne.321 11):1.Ll7
Our soon taking cough Dail y MAIN LINE
x Currenc-Some InterestingNevr Daily Daily
Dal Ex.Iu
." .-j >ame Compiled For the Duodecimal I, market. It Is not known what use Is medicines other than Foley's Honey and Ex: S n 7 Da117 ,

Figures. being made fIr the nests. Tar, that they contain opiates which are ....,.. 6 09 P 1015 a Ltr................Jaeksonvlle..Ar] C0 p 8s t0 s ........
s constipating besides being unsafe! par .......:. 6 ca P 1023& )............" ,.o.. Jaeksonviile..I-v. II t1 t. 41 a ;....... I
A of and ticularly for children. Honey ........ 15 11 SO ...............g.. Aagttetlaa.! .............. 0 60 t'T. 40 a; ........ .
new system weights meas- NOVEL USE FOR X RAYS. Foley's ... .. 6 II'I.s P 1Z 02 P ............-... Haatinge ................. 611 J' 7"-". a ........ '';:
'. Ares, somewhat similar to the duodecimal and Tar contains no opiates, is safe and I ....".... 1 03 P llll P ...............East P&latk.............. t lerS p 8 lie a ".....
1 -' Mint to De sure and will not Sold b : ........ 7 33 p l254 p ...........!,...... Neoga...... ............ H J, ti 17'....... ,:
: system proposed several years ago Thievery In Japanese constipate. } ........ 43 p 1 CS p ...........:..... :BuaDell ................ II 4 Ci P e 0.\ a ........ .s
1 1.. ,- .and almost Exposed by the Machines. Wilson & Son. ........ IIII 116! P 112p II .................. Dupo".......... .......... 317p ib9a ........ ')
'.1. forgotten andhaving many The has ........ 19 p 1 tP 'I ..................Ormond.............. ... '0 383 P I .... ...
} .: advantages, its author declares, over Japanese government put ........ .A p 1 67 p" ..................Daytona.................. 31 r 5 21. ........
the X rays to a practical use, according Catarrh Cannot Be Cured .... . 39 p II C1 p ................PortOr&.ng6................ : 3 C6 P 613 '
the metric system now before congress, 600 a C7 p I 23 P ,............. ................ 2 47' 415 : 131 Pfi.
f". to the Electrical World and Engi- With local applications, as they cannot reach ,6 2J: a. ...... II t5 p ...............Newamrm., .......,........ s 21 P ........ f ps #Ir600a
'7' '; was suggested by Sidney A. Reeve, professor neer. A firm in Philadelphia has recently the seat of the disease. Catarrh is a Wood or . 5

f r ' I you must take internal ren tidies Hall's Catarrh p.. !
r. "Worcester (Mass.) Polytechnic institute its machines for a novel purpose. .
4 V' Ii who Cure is taken internally and acts directly ........ ...... 4 33 p ................ Melbourne.............. 11i: 32 p... tile I. f
." I before the American Society of The representative of Japan on the blood and mucous surfaces ........ : : :: .. \
: : Mechanical Engineers the other night. placed the order said that in.the governmental Hall's Catarrh Cure is not a quack medicine.It ..."... .a... .
I4 was prescribed by one of the best phy&i" ........ ........ 8 to p .................FL 1'leree................. 1100 ....... ..... 1
,E says the New York Times. The meeting mints a great many gold cians in this country for years, and is a .f6 p II ,............... Whit" City................ : iO 45 ........ .......
the first of the dollars are coined, and there has been regular criptiou. It is ....... ........ 6 i1 p ..................Tlbha.lls.................. 30( I: a......... .... ... .,
1::1 i- forty-sixth annual pr:s> composed of the& ........ ..."... e46p ....................Eden. ................. 10 Zi ........ ........
session of the society, was held in the considerable loss through dishonest employees best tonics known, combined with the hl'st ........ ........ 8 G3 p ...................JeDi'en................... :: 1023 ........ ........ Y .
the York. swallowing the small coins and blood purifiers acting directly on the mucous ................. 7 CO J1 .. .............. Stuart. ............... 1014a .................
rooms pf organization at New surfaces. The perfect combination of the ........ ...,.... 7 33 p ,. .................IIohe 5nu ld................ 941 a........ ........ "
"Think in dozens! is the keynote of thus taking them out of the mints. two ingredients is what produces such wonderful ........ ........ t3 p ............... Best Jupiter............... 9 31 a. ........ ...:....
'y Professor Hee\e's There has been no way; of preventingthis results in curing catarrh. Send fur ........ ......... p ............\fret Palm B&Ch............. 8 5d a........ ........
suggestion All numbers testimonial Is fret' ........ ...... ...7 i2 J' ..................Boynton.. ................ 8 8J a. ........ ........
: in the system he believes he has until a clever official suggested the ; .................. 33 p ..............Ft. Lauderdale .............. :: T 2S a. ........ ........
handled use of the X rays, and the machinewas F. J. CHENEY Co., Props., Toledo, O. ........ ........ 21 p ......,.........Leln..n City................ 6 bd a........ ....... (
I almost perfected are to be duo- Sold by druggists price 75c. ........ ........113:01 Ar.................. Miami............w.....6a.
t decimally. The mechanical engineers ordered at once. Hall's Family Pills are the best.

\ who were his auditors could understand It is not proposed to put every em- r BUFFET PARLOR CARS ON TRUSS 65 AND ';a.

:: i pit his plan perfectly, and they discussed ployee to the test when leaving the Yea or Not BRANCH LINES SCHEDULES.

I f y- volubly, but to the layman itS mints, but he will be searched by electricity } "Did she give you her answer In so
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;: A ,appears somewhat intricate. In order from time to time, unexpectedly, many words No. 61 No. 66 Nt. 63 No. 43 No.47 PALATKA No.4G No. 48 No. 50 No. 114 k4. UDaLy.
.. \ that the.,public might understand the and any one of the employees may be "No. One word was quite enough. Dally. D tl.: Da.1I1.. Da1iy. BRANO1L I D..U1. I Da.lly D&111. D&111. Daly.7:3p .

proposal change Professor Reeve gave called iip at any time to undergo: the -Cleveland Plain Dealer.Entomolog1ealJr.. I G V.I 420p 11486 o25a T l'all1ka Arl oza 715a'l3t P 25p P
.. this explanation of it: test. It is believed that the fear of detection ;!.J.'J.P.J, 6p 11 c6 P 84s 1 ArL Pal atka 6 00 a 6 53 a '1213P I 635p I f Ol P

: "It consists of taking as a standard will prevent the stealing, at No. 67No..5 tilo. 48 111I..18
.j' the English yard, which is the stand* least in the form now used. The The lightning bug is meaner than Daily. \ Dally. \ SAN KA'l'EO DBlliCR. I Da.i.,. I Da11y.

and of length of all English speaking While meanest he has specimen wings and'flies of man.around, "1 e p ''6 1\1\ a ILv, ......................... get alas ......................... rl 5 U a :!.p

t 'r peoples, and treating that exactly as The Automobile Craze. His spouse, the giowworm, crawls toe ground $3..p
the meter is treated in the metric system The man who does not desire the Chicago Record-HeraldTtiti's ;
] .211"O.19'N' Daily MAYPOBT BRANCH. 1&\\sandy
\, C except that the divisions are on craze to strike him should not even ------- ----------,- ----- On: I .lr. EX.Sun pall Only IIil y'

the duodecimal system to suit the duodecimal ride in an automobile, according to "s CO P to 01) a a cop 8311 a LT..J&l"brmvllIe ............Ar 7 45 a. 1 I p 1133'
James M. Watson of II CS p 1G 13 a e OJ p 8 U a" ..........So. J&l'konv1l1e..Lv 787 a 112 IS p III p
numbers instead of the decimal an attorney 2 43 P 1045 a a 33 p 9 It a. ............Pablo Beach............ 7011160 a t 13 P
!r '-system to suit the decimal numbers. Washington. "When you once get an 2 is p 10 W a. 6 U P 919\ a ...........Atlantlc (' 7 00 a 11 U.. 4 Ib P
Pills i ... .. .... ...
automobile, dissatisfaction begins 3C pll ()) a 1COp 935aAr. layport..L'Y 6-1; a 1lf4. 4 39 p
This results in small units of length your
'ko. II No. No. l t
;;.' which are exactly equal to those now ," said he at the Waldorf hotel in Daly 1>. D II N .
I in use in the machine shops; also in a New York the other day to a reporterof Ex, Ex. I YzyFan.
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t I} San.I15
'I I I I <; unit of volume corresponding to the the New York Tribune. "If you fOR TORPID LIVER. a tv..........Tltusv1l1e........... Ti j> P i'.ILv......... ew 8'111rn&.........Arl 8 43j
I i, ; :meter, which is practically equal to the don't want the craze, don't get in one. A torpid liver deranges the whole 7158 Lv............ ltmil.............L'Y 101p :\ pi"T.........,tak..H eft..........L.i u ,
first with nice: Sssa LT........... ..Ote. ............ 1151&,,13 38pLv..Ora'ge C1tr.........L1'j5 It J
: existing pint. This new pint, which is My experience was a system and produces 8&a L.,..........!nte>>prt.e.......... 1l SO s tS p Ar.Orange O1ty Junei.Lv0061{
a cube measuring three inches OH each comfortable machine that rolled along SICK HEADACHE, -- o SO' Ar. ....,...... ... ......... 1100& I

edge, when tilled with distilled water pleasantly. I was out on the rend ove These Time the time at whleh trains may be expect to arrive and depart
weighs within 21/- per cent of the present day when a red whizzer dabbed by ata Byspepsia,Costiveness,Rheumatism from the several stations, but their arrival or departure at the times stated is: not guaranteed,
: nor doea' the Company hold itself rtiponeible for any delay or tk
any e'sequence arising ra>
mile Then I suddenly Sallow Skin and Piles.
i standard pound. thirty-five clip. (rom.
I tired of mine and had to get a There is better for thes
I "In further instance, the standard grew no remedy
:yard multiplied by '1000..' (which is the faster one, the craze increasing Now, common diseases than DR. TUTT'iLIVER
as a prove ,
duodecimal expression for 1728 decimal i- I presume, if a green devil passes me

I ) very closely equals the statute at express train speed I shall be still Take No Substitute. For copy of local time curd apply to any agent.J. .

mile. In short the of more dissatisfied." __._ __u_ __ __ _____ ___
i new system D. RAHNER Asst.
Gen. Pass. Agt ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.
omits, which is as 'beautifully core- .
t ; .lated' as are the measures of the Hiet- New Tunnel Under the Thame. I -
: ;sic system by means of one and ciphers A t\n tel l under the Thames for the I

r present no appreciable alteration cO'ollld jation! of pedestrians has. THEDfORD"SBIAIfDRAU6JfJ

l f I from existing standards." n'f sl.lOtintly completed and opened SBABDARDAIR

C ; .J Speaking of the effect the chagej. 0\. 1 .'lic. It is a tube eleven feet
t would have on money, Professor Reeve o!1 ter, U17 feet long, with the

said that if the arithmetical notation top thirteen feet below the river bed.

4 d x ., and the standard of weights and measures It is accessible by electric elevators [LINE RAILWAY.

4 unite in becoming purely duodecimal and spiral iron railway at either end. THE GREAT ..

in character the monetary system <. FOR
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is bound to follow. This proposition, A Christmas 'ant. fAMILY MEDICINE t

ha declared, would not be so revolutionary The great need of the country now.
would at first sight In Christmas days so mellow, Savannah ,
as appear ; Columbia Southern Pine
Is ju. t a stocking big enoughTo ,
e standard of value, the dollar, and fit a little fellow!

1A'1 its unit representations would re- -Atlanta Constitution. Richmond, Washington, Baltimore,
main unchanged. ----- .1
Keport from the Keforui School.J. Thedford'a Clad -Draught has ...
"All bills of $3; or higher denominations j saved doctors' bills for more than Philadelphia, New York,

would naturally be called in and G. Gluck, Superintendent, Prunty- sixty ;years. For the common family -

their equivalent issued: in denominations town, W. Va., writes: "After trying: all! ailments, such as constipation,

of three, six, dozen, gross dol- other advertised cough medicines; we have indigestion,hard tolls,bowel com-

Jars, etc. But this process could be as decided to use Foley's Honey and Tar exclusively plaints, chills and fever, biliousness -
gradual as desired. Under duodecimal in the West Virginia: Reform : : headaches and other like Two Elegant Trains Daily : ,

notation five and ten dollar bills would School. I find it the most effective and complaints no other medicine is j

be inconvenient but they would be absolutely harmless." Sold by Wilson &. ulates necessary. It invigorates and reg L
the liver
usable. Son. assists digestion, SEABOARD EXPRESS. SEABOARD MAL-
: stimulates action of the kidneYs.
"As to coins," continued Professor ------- purifies the blood, and purges the

: Reeve, "the half dollar and quarter The Merry Christmas Dance bowels of foul accumulations. It
De fiddler in de corner des a-pattin' of
dollar would remain unchanged. The his feet. cures liver complaint, indigestion, Modern Pullman Equipmen.

,\ .dime, nickel and the cent would have De fiddle bow a-gwine en a-makin' music sour stomach, dizziness, chills, _
\ to be retired. In their place would bet sweet, rheumatic pains, sideache, back ''f

issued fractional currency under the En Christmas times, good people Is de ache,kidney troubles, constipation, ONLY LINE
times what hard ter beat diarrhaa, biliousness, piles, hard t
\ following plan: En we'll have a merry Christmaa in de colds and headache. Every rurr- & Q'
; 1 dollar = 10 bits (one dozen bits of 81-3 mawnin'! gist has Thedford's Black-DraagFit i Operating Daily Through Sleepers from Jacksonville to New Orlean
cents value each). In 25 cent
packages and in
\ ,.. 1 bit = 10 groats. We left de weary furrows whar de cotton for mammoth ,
size 1.00., Newer
.., 1 groat = 10 grets (for purposes where blossomed white accepta
\ the mill is now used). En de summer winds wuz singin', en de substitute. Insist on having the
;\ The probable coins would be: sun was blazm' bright, original made by the Chattanooga
t Silver half dollar (=::> 50 cents) = 6 bits En we reached de Lan' of Promise-swing Medicine Company. For information and seaboale-
,= 60 groats. yer partners left en right- sleeper reservations call on any
Silver quarter (= 25 cents = 3 bits = En we'll have a merry Christmas In de I believe Thedford's Black-Draught agent, or WrIte to
groats. mawnin'! IS the best medicine on earth. It is
Silver bit (= 81-3 cents) = 1 bit => iii.groats. good for any and everything. I havea
De white folks in de I Is house hear de family of twelve children, and fn-
A. 0. :
Nickel half bit (= 41-6 cents) =II 6 gr'L happy liddk-s soun', four years I have kept them on MacDonell, Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent
Copper quarter bit piece (= 21-12 d ,En dey come ter see de dancin', en dey and hea1-,with no doctor but BI ,
\ v standin' all eroun' -
=" '3 groats. t. ; '
'REEN Illewara.F .
Copper groat (= 0.70S3 cents). de music come a-ringin1; ain't we
-erin'' de groun'! JACKSONVILLE FLA. ,
-- "Change for a quarter, ey
de merry Christmas in de
Professor Reeve "could ord'1 "In'! .

had in a single convenient --

: tioa -that is, In three sil> ,-erbout de patter of de sleet r r
j Honey and Tar
t 'p i top de shed; ,
.5 whereas now it requires h -We g'roun' lak shadders whar de fire 1.
\ .1:) lungs and stops the cougb.
"t tions. dimes anJ nicfr .n' red NCHET1 1

The practical objectk f relyh.p- En ',/' ''e halleluia shakes de shingles - :

on nickels alone for t oging quartersare GI a 'twell de mawnin'! BEu
obvious. The progress of business < >. : FACTORY
I toward finer margins and lower pricess Ha eakln1 cabin 'twell dew ..JPPINCOTT SHOTGUN SHELLS

steadily making the cent too largeor :, lif' i 1 New Rival" "Leader" "Repeater"M !
En } Je ha'nts ter kiver whar de
many retail transactions. The small- > "freeze 'em stiff MONTHLY MAGI I M.i\- iiaMfr .JT"! a a "JUW"on i _.. -
:r value of the groat harmonizes with But kv ie hnlleluia 'twell we holler, A FAMILY LIBRAI. i C""A J '
need." "Ct-<<1Stmas gif:" I you are looking for reliable '
In de merry merry Christmas In dmawnin' The Best in Cumnt-Uhrahre I shotgun.. \ : "
The duodecimal system, as proposedjy _
munition the kind
Professor Reeve, necessitates the introduction -Frank L. Stanton !Jn Frank Leslie's Popular 12 COMPLETE NOVELS.YEARLY i L that shoots where 1

o of two new numbers. They Monthly For December MANY SHORT STORIES AND point your gun, buy Winchester Facrnr1f!

a':, are Inserted by him between the 9 and PAPERS ON TIMELY TOPICS Loaded
Boy'g Life Saved from Shotgun Shells "New Rival "
Membranous Croup. : loaded
,' the 10. The first Is a peculiar looking $2.50 wi.kEY ,
; CTt.
combination of the figure 1 and.the 0 C. W. Lynch, a prominent citizen of NO CONTINUED A COPY Black powder; "Leader" and "Repeater loa ,1
STORIES prosper
and is called the dek; the second is like Winchester, Ind., write, "My little boy ,
r an inverted 3 and is called an eln. had a severe attack membranous croup", IVERYNUMHB COMPUTE IN ITSELF with Smokeless. Insist upon having Winch'r

I Thus when our decima4 10 Is reached and only got relief after taking Foley's ":*lth r J
Honey and Tar. He Factory Loaded Shells and
Professor Reeve got relief after one accept
dozen. -r
it signifies a dose and I feel that it saved the life of BANNER '
1 has compiled some interesting newt my boy." Refuse substitutes. Sold by 3A LV E. ALL DEALERS',KEEP TW ILLS ,' '

names for bis duodecimal numbers, Wilson & Son. the most healing salvo In the world \f'
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"Don't be In a burry," Insisted the The Modern Saraion.

.: .BARBER other taking a firm grip on the ex- Santa Else Claus he'd surely must break be a Samson.his back '.: ,- .- .,- --. :. -. --_. - '- .. -'- .'.:- - - --.'.- --- -- --.
"You'll think who I f
speaker' lapel
Bearing up the mighty
am in a minute." Of hla ponderous Christmas pack.

x-Speaker's Novel Experience "But I haven't time to think." Mr. When I think of all the presents iff3
That he hung upon our tree' I .
himself and startedfor
Reed shook loose !
And the many, many children,
In a Hotel. the gate. He heard a little bell What a giant he must be! r

tinkle and the gate closed In his face. 1

"Let me through!" cried Mr. Reed Blocks and animals and candles !
AMUSING CHAT WITH A NEGRO Fruit and toys he scattered here; i
What a heavy, awkward bundle
The man at the:gate paid no heed to For the driver and the deer!
Why, the good old saint must have a
him. Close at hand
was an gate
low the Big Man From Maine Once open Hundred arms where'er he goes a
for a local train. Mr. Reed rushed
AddrMed a Talkative Tonsorial And a half a hundred pocketsIn
through It and trotted down the plat his furry Christmas clothes! The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been h'
Artist Who Tried to Draw Him
form after the express, which was just in use for rover 30 years has borne the signature of -
In the olden when children ,
0at-A Story of III*. Boy hood Day days
getting under way. He was breathing Numbered but a very fewSanta's and has been made under his per-

I Reply tb a Car Conductor. bard, but he managed to make a final pack was light and easy supervision since its infancy.

Among the many stories told about spurt and clutch the rail of the last And he hadn't much to do; Mr-
Now the land is full of chimneys, no one to deceive 'otlln this.
car. Yet be was not out of the woods
[ex-Speaker Thomas B. Heed the followng ,
And around each cheery hearth All Counterfeits Imitations but
'l, account cf his experience in a bar's for he found it was one thing'to have Merry children wait his coming and"Jnst-as-good"are

-p 4'- chair may prove of interest: and other to hold and still another to Over all the Joyful earth. Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of s

.. t Reed reclined in a hotel barber get aboard. He was swinging behind ancient fable Infants and Children-Experience against Experiment. ,
Atlas, In the ,
Tchair like the tail of a kite when the brakeman -
one afternoon looking like an Bore the world upon his neck;

jed Buddha far plunged in con- came to his rescue. He caughtMr. Samson turned the marble templeOf What CAST DRIA

jtion of the limitations of the In. Reed by the collar and tried to his foemen to a wreck. is ,
But the giapts that we read of-
relates the Washington Post. In- drag him aboard. The brakeman would
All of them have passed away
(ability gleamed steadily from his have failed In his noble effort bad he Leaving Santa only Santa, Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, PareTorio -

penetrating eyes. lIe seemed to reck not been aided by two porters, who gal Never stronger than today! ? Drops and Southing Syrups It is Pleasant. It

not that the burly, selfish world was lantly shoved from behind while the Does he spend the year in trainingFor contains neither Opiuia, Morphine nor other Nareotio .

amove. lIe gazed with a continuously brakeman pulled from above. The Job his great December feat? substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms .

focused gaze upon the knob of the bar was finished, though not without dam- Does his burden seem the lighter and allays Feverislmcss.! It cures Diarrh a and ""lmCUc. \

ber shop door-whether attempting to age to :Mr. Reed's apparel and at the Ah Just I cannot because give it is an so answer.sweet? It relieves Teething1 Troubles, cures Constipationand .

.:.hypnotize' himself or to hypnotize the expense of much perspiration.As But I know that once a year Flatulency. It ass''m Plates the Food, regulates the l
Mr. Reed stood on the back platform Some immortal ghost of Samson
'" knob, who knows-and he spake no Stomach
and Bowels and natural
jjivi.-.g healthy
word to the grinning black barber with mopping his brow he could seethe Empties out his bundle here! ,
New York Commercial TIc Children's Panatca- Mother's Friend.
-Aloysius Coll in
x teeth like peeled almonds who swept figure of his old forgotten acquaintance Advertiser. "

the scissors with zephyr touch throughthe at the gateway, and above the

colorless Wisp of hair that faintly rumble of the train he beard these A Timely Topic. GENUINE CAsrorORltALVAYS

fringed the after part of the great words:
At this season of coughs and colds it is
man's skull. The disinclination of Mr. "I used to be your milkman well to know that Foley's Honey and Tar Bears the Signature of

Reed to be discursive was not according is the greatest throat and lung remedy.It .

to the Latbl r's Ideas of things. lie Reed was fond of telling this story of cures quickly and prevents serious results -
attempted to draw the griat man out his boyhood days: from a cold. Sold by Wilson & Son. I

4 perhaps in order to bequeath a legacyof "It was one of our customs in school !

epigrams to posterity. The great for each boy who had lived up to the Without a ('("(>..

' man only grunted monosyllabic replies rules to ring his bell upon going out. "Truthfully speaking, sir: ," began A t

: and resumed his reverie. Then the barber One time I left for three days in succession the poor young man "I think your

decided to switch the conversationto : without riniring. daughter is without a peer." The Kind You Have t

the subject of Mr. Heed's hirsute pe- "Of course the master noticed thl'I I "So do I!" snapped the multimillion Always Bought

culiarities. : omission! and I knew I would hear I aire. "And I shall find one frr her at .

To' haiuh's sut'nly thlnnin out a from him. once. You may go, sir."-Philadelphia In Use For Over 30 Years.

heap,'suh," said he. "Tom,' he said, 'is this an Inadvertence Record.
? sir. 'Did
'Xo breakthe
[germ! said Mr. Heed. you
n G.i .R" f" ;' ''{$:r t \. jL
t "Teenchy bit o' tonic do it whole lot rules? 'I'I':;. sir, because they are

o' good sub." too hard: 'Wt>ll, my boy. if the rules BARGAIN AIES. t

"pmm0.! ." I are too hard you know you can leave ..
the school.' If babies were for sale the most inveterate -
"Bin bald on de top o' yo' head long,
sub?" "I hung my head, and after a few bargain-hunting woman in the
world would not look for a bargain baby.
minutes of terrible silence the teacher Southern
ilr. Reed did not his Railway.EFFECTIVE
remove gaze She would want the best baby that couldbe
went away saying as he went, 'Tom .
from the doorknob as be drawled: "I bought, regardless of price.

came Into the world that way. Then I never let me hear of this again.; 'No, Every woman naturally craves a OCT. 1. 100". P .

had an interval of rOlllll:1l'atihirsute sir,' I replied and I meant to keep my healthy, handsome child, and her craving No.31 o.m: Xo. 1

luxuriance, but it was not enduring I word. can be gratified if she will but remember _xouTHEA.-r. I>,outc'_I Dailv"y : :I; Uaily.SORTh14 I -..,T. ROUTE. Daily.1015p?.

bare long; since: emerged from the griefof "I was not, a good boy at school but that the child's health is her Jackion\- t 00 a-1 I 7 55; p Jacksonville, So.Uy.: ___________Iy I--- }
the deprivation. It no longer atllicts I knew that education was good for own gift, and to give health she must L\. S.ivannaii, 115 p 112 30 a Lv. Jt>up, So. l: -___--______ :

It uic, and a threat of dismissal: always:: Charlotte.. So. Kyr. _____-' 950Lv P '10 05; a Ar. Macon, So. Ry------ 3 Of()a
Do not to weigh
me. permit upon Lad the necessary effect. : \ .. n.inville, So. ls--1': 37 a \ 1 40 pAr. Flovitla So. 35Sa

y .you. \ KirhumiHJ.; So. l3'------I 1'1 00a- _Il.1'r.. Atlanta l So. fiy------------- 520a
One more of Heed's characteristic} !
--- -- Korkmart,
The black barber studied over this ..t' Ar. Lyiu-hlmr-. Si Ky._. I 2 'I.a I tI 7 I, Q.11v65.ia;
?:illK's may bear quotation. A friend : : I I 1 P Ar. Uouif, So. f: j 733a
for awhile, apparently without fully I jTc 4 I T. Charlottev'l. So. 1y------{I I 35 a ; 5 50: p I! .1r.1)alton, So. $3'------------I. 8Stt
temleml him his sympathies one : y--
apprehending its meaning, however. .\r. l\'ashulgtun, So. l;r----I 7 4i'. -t 30 |> I Ar. l'hUtauma: ._ __ .. !> 45a
h -
\I\'I'\-i01l.: ,' Xr. Riltnnorr.; I*. K. R i.I'>0i. I S" Queen
"Yo haiuh'd look Istrnle bettuh, sub j ; : - !: i Lv. Chattanooga, ,\: Cit':;<-t>ut '10 HO a
"runt sympathize with me!" ho .\r. 111I1'lllll'ia, 1'. I.. K ____,llt. :
Ar. O.ikJale, ( Cr''' 12 'jn
iiicon 'reut
yo' kep' it long in le back la ike, .lle Q
. It'l ; \r.Xt-\vYork. l K. K <'IC' J wat-
__ '-'
i! cried.: "You must sympathize with 1 Ar. Somerset, tllll'eU I'rt-seent. 3 ,W p
1 he said after a few moments of silence '" InJ .
R one. It I is out of style and the only \t. Buru'in, (lll l'U tfe Trt-scfiit 43lp
>.l *1 Heed removed his gaze from the any Nu. 31. Xl'York ami 1'Ioritlaj EXl'teS3.1'. Lt-xiciiitoii, Queen" Crescent 1, 515p

. \ doorknob, fastened it upon the ceding place you can "tint sympathy now is in aily. riilhnan sleeping ears PI.Tampa Ar_Cincinnati.Lv. Ijneen&t'rt'730p; 1

a .:.., cleared his throat and spoke again.ff the dictionary. aul JackMinville tn New York. Dining l'ars'l l < inrimiati, "Dig! Four IJoiite i 8 30p

:: : "Let me ns'un' you, my tonsorial t bare it to give.I1 ..'.\0.31), \\.a- I1ngtuu. Kiclimotul an'II'ulda 4- I l{1.\, r. Chirago, --1'is Four. Rtute710a--- .. E I-
On bitter cold in New
recently night;
a Mothers
\ ) Lv. S3ipIerpin
t the ; rjniitcil ruTirnan j Ciiu-innati Lines------4!
t.t'crINItI. paid he, "that appearanee via Kichtsioud. Daily. | ;
:1 York Kee was riding on a street car 'rJ whose babies have Ar. ('hi''a :u. Penn. LLn1s-_ .___ 7 30aIiniu
e t 1113' hair, as I have been aeeustonied is cars Jacksonville to New fork ------- -- -;;-
when the conductor negligently left the been weak and puny 11.\.I'lIl1'lIIl1atl. ('. II. it IX- (oullu_ 843p:
..' .<1JW"t'3I'il1J..: it, is eminently satisfactory door open. The speaker beckoned the have nursed in strength .10 .tt. I Ar ChU-agi). ('. II. & D.-:Motion. 723a

wa Myself and perhaps I might also man to ]him and asked: their first strong child -- ----' I :V.I-'iul'iuuiiC C. IL:& I).- (kh'-i'4'u J t 45-p51QJ

a to constituents.. What little after using Dr. Pierce's Tn t'l. l'IXX.\TI TIinOfiMl THE LAND OK THE A r. Toledo, ('. 11 t D.-Mich. i'cnl
collar turnedup
e still mloriis my bead I have pus "Why'have "you your Favorite Prescription. It SKY. Ar_ Detroit,_ (''.IJ.&l -\lit'Ii.t'l'o: ) 74.r
friend? - -
_ :,el fur a long time. I know it welL i my is the best preparative for :; t'Tt.- .. 1n.SO- I Lv. Lexington:Siro.. UyAr. -==-=-=-...=_=1 530p815p>>
with it "iteca use I want to keep warm, responded maternity, encouraging the appetite, SOR'fllatl'S1r.. -lion-- |; I Ientisvilir, .y---' _____________
lam been on familiar terms I
the conductor. the and !Lv. Jaeksonvilieo.1:y------ 755pSo. Lv. LuuisxilU'. So. Uy _. I.915p
uuu -- -
many 3 ears. I hate inadvertentlynjjled "So lo the rest: of us." observed the quieting sleep.nerves It gives inducing the mother refreshing L\'. ;Savjinnah Ky- -________..1230a I .U.St.Louia wr.lt3'- __ .__ __ __ ____- "
!Lv. Py-------------I|
Columbia So.
and chewing tara 7 00 a :
sprmv gum speaker. "Suppo you shut the ikor." strength; to give her chilJ, and makes \r. Ashevillo. So. Ky, __ : 150pN N u. 13: The Florida Limited." Daily.

th it in my years of extreme youth It is needless to add that the pasongers the baby's advent practically painless. \r. lint Springs, ---------1 237pi! : S..Iit.train \"l'Stihll1t''ItLI'hl'< and Pullmansleeping

,). W have often sun drutl it in order to were comfortable during; the remainder "My wife had been sick nearly all her life. Ar. Cincinnati. Queen it Crescent _' K15; a cars Jackbouvillv to incinnati.U. .

4fl "(.fent a proper not guilty appt''th says Mr E. K. FncLe. of 1'eterv.lmnj. M nard .. I U. ('. Hrvr.! 'ity I Pa-sswisor: and Til'kltgt..,
of the
trip Co Illinois Box ,67.and after trying everything Ticket Itiice, UNV.. Bay St
11 :
nll' after surreptitious swimming I could think of I made up f.iv mind to Xo. 30. 1'u inau wing-room sleeping
H. F. CARV, District
TasaeiiKer Agent
slmr'1..-uHions. I have bad it pulled they trv Favorite Pre!cription. I got sir bottle, tarsJark.mvitte to Cincinnati. I ,
learn- While walking: up Rroadway in New which my wife took, a tablespooutul three tunes I i Jacksonville:.Fla.
tum boys whom 1 only
way until the
York below Fourteenth street one day a day. baby came. She felt better
J l hitdllira| +li a fh'rwanl.t the same after taking the first hot lie, and when baby was C. II.\CKKUT, Gl'nt'ralIauat'r, S. II. IIAKUU"ICK, G. I'..\,,
Mr. bred foimncntcd upon the strange born he weighed nine tnd a half pounds Today
pt'r1b.Jf Ill)' lit1 even endured the it 1Val.hington, I>. C.
he names on the MsnUuirils i and did not
Ignominy of having it cut-in astcndlltll'lg pounds. He is ns good; a ihiy as any one could n-. II. T.\\ un:, .\. G. V. A., Atlanta. Ga.RAMB.LER .
become happy until he caught the wish. The doctor !*ys he is as healthy as any
tiers-by experimental maiden baby:: could be. and also says the use"of your
saloon. .
I name O'Shaugnessy over a
r nts. The eoiihrqueuee of till this is Favonte Prescription' was the cau.c of such a
.Jon "Thank heinous, there are some healthy baby"
It that bit of remaining hair; and I
CfilEtl TI- Americans( living in New York!" hesaid. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets are the
old and 1 trust, inseparable best and safest laxative for the use of BICYCLESTHERE

n nd& I Indulge the hair and the delicate women.KIDNEY.

ir indulges me by peruilttmg me tot .
boy >ar it my OWIII'OIIl''pt

< .; It ought to be worn, and imlulge. . .. .. {, .r cara. aYv rza.l...asan r. rg,+l. . . ,
; hair firmly derlining to'have itt I'orto Iticua Soldiers Greet Tullcx DISEASES '.':.: '. '.._". : ... . ._..:'.,'.:::.. . '.: .....' .. :.'..' ':.''':.; .' .; . ':'.: ."....

:; ...-Itled t' with by by gentlemen of the scissors After r.atliiK Them Sir! Month ... ;'::i.;;( .::::.: :: .. :::.::.:::::::'. '. :':, :,::::.: :'.:::.:',:.:::';".::.::..::.:: ,:": ::...'.<::

"-. K. Lamlis, who 1< poimastiT nt ," '. _f,.::. ......-...... !IIE1 :; .:.
xl who artistic ideas more , .
possess San Junu. Porto Rico, is In Washington :,:: f"io .:. ::-
the fatal of all dish .
I fear I'll have are most \ Ii-'" .::
I bizarre than my own. .... ,. ..' "" . ...
visit to his brother. Representalive :-
L to ask you to indulge us both-the on a : .. .. ;. ,' ....'.Jer irr li ,lfccillri &' :-'. :-. :

bats. and me. Cut it the way I directedyou LiiiHlis of Indiana saystjheaiUlphia gr.; :; \ .' :
; ?\
Ledger and T,\\n is lrpuudctit. -- "y911eelmen,
to cut it. K1WslreronIR 111 .. .
looked dazed. Referring; to pIb'ictl ..EY'S .: .;:'.. '" ....'':.'.
' The black barber : i n :
6 : :-;
statement to th h tine/ ::
When the great man left the shop, the ;;' ,+r,; : .Hi '"bhns. 1" -i" "K; winch '..' ::
barber umuiblcd: "Speakuh! Ah bhou'd uniforms sent the rUt t I.e' ) ::,: .;;.:;' .:' , in t eii )Ir.. ant'f \. I3' highe=t :::...: 4 ;

,", say he all is a spcukuh!" Philippines wore of the prorrw ab Kuce puiall and excellence Inconsequence cr money refunde ile, tt I " e p y ,. yI'. "j\: "f .:".. .:.:.'... -

FA remedies recognized ym1. ala .: : -!
of the: army Hfe, Mr LaudU '.: .
One day Mr. Heed was in a great gave an luttTfstln HWtnuion of nent physicians as the &t f "> ,. ' .lR" w"-' ...9 .":.-., I
: .
to get out of Philadelphia, not li ." .' -
hurry arnrjKition ''i' \ ) .
the effect of the on the and Bladder troubfe : \ :: \ .' :
that he loved the Quaker City less than forte Rican soldiers Kidney -A>; ,. .L.' \_,&\ .'.: '. ;
: .
New York, but because lit bad an iuiportaut "The Porto Rican :battalion said he, PRICE 50e &a41.00. ".get t : (j .\Jj BICYCLESf ..,.,..." )

busings engagement I to the ...... :: ;; ). :. :. i : t .
I' .
"composed of men OUT twenty-one,
latter city. Arriving at the depot Just 50 YEARS"-) ;. ..:; ';. = 'J\ 'ii t-Atiu r tin for ted frames' ..:"..:.
thoroughly matured, WI1t'll''tt'l1 .. ..... ., . .
bout train time, he got pretty well after a thorough physical examination. I ,it EXPERIENCE "..}.". .' I... '. . e.: 1 i't ,d..d" en the uiar- .' : :' :
tangled up ht a rather thrilling expert- .. ..:... &fV' 'H': 1 1. \ 1.-1 I ...
The height of the men was taken in .' .
nan ofbis weight He was : .', CVwv 1 1- .c. 1'i.u.t; ileJLytlle .. ..;. -
nc [ their stocking feet und carefully re- '. . .: '. ..
v t ,
tin .
i ;at' ra: r 1.l ; n ir 21 eirs'
the train gate at quite a corded. A physical examination made 'A .."... t vn r'lll t I.. .t.l tae K.tint 1 It r ,1 safe and .. .?."
when he was buttonholed .. ..'. &: l'H tit..lit ui', n.ient fur be 'i!t the notice .. .
who six months later by the same systemof ..:.. dlid \\lil\'J"-tt,1 .Lt.\ biuei. .C.i ...
little old man, .
wiry .
y a measurement showed that the Ull'nbad .. i--1. '

ac th h he might have comeexclaimed increased In height an average of TRADE MARKS .:::: \.),., n AMBLER PRICE $40 i;:Y", :.

@r,. one-quarter of an Inch as a result of DESIGNSCOPYRIGHTS .. ... .. ...

9 $. t- Tom?" regular meals of army rations. Per &.c. .::....: Ask f-7 JHSI / A;t" txklet. ..,.
Io shaking the pol- Anyone tending a sketch and description may ...... ..: :
the drill had something to do quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an :
4 ,t ended hand. haps inTention Is probably patentable. Consmur.ipa-! f.t.... ..-v .."T. *.TmaTr. .I""." ).'.\HTTT1''VTJT. . ..V"tV'. . >.''" "..".,.if..a .?gaa... ...;. --
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and tinn but . :.
& with making them erect tlonsstrIctlyoonfidential.Handbook on Patents .' . ... p. . .. . . . . : .
-atti t .4've got the '.: . ... :.-. : ,. .,. i .'. ... . ; .. . ..., ......
sent free. Oldest .
vy4a'4o ember In any event it was a remarkable re- Patents taken through Mann securing 4 Co.patents.receive .:: '. : :. :'. .:::. ..':'::-' '. .. ; :....t: :'. .,:": ... '.'': : .':.: .4
proposltlt. you, i suit of methods. iptctai notice without Chal'ie.1n the
ri In ejtr nrbed, .
Scientific flmerica
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J't x An Honor For 8eaakonn E. B. WAGER Agent
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t ;' 8 THE FLORIDA STAR : FRIDAY, 'DECEMBER 19, 192..4 ? '\. !II. ... 1> .

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Most -
FRANK LIPP-Practical Shoemaker. Forty Get the Admiral J. H. Gillis of Washington, THE OLD RELIABLE

\1 years experience; all kind of repairing Out Your FoodYou D. C., is again in his, Melbourne beach
\.. done, nice and cheap; also ladies and men's. of cottage for the winter.W. J ,
shoes made to order. don't and can't if stomachis c '
your S. Branch, of Parker, S.r.D., is OVA
k .' GO TO J. M. SANDERS, The Old Reliable weak. A weak stomach does not digest spending the winter with his brother E.
I ,
x '
'e. Store, for good, fresh and reliable goods
all that is taken into it.
a ordinarily P. Branch. .
such as ,Dry Goods'Saddlery, Crockery,
., + full line of Groceries. It tired and what it fails to Oy"'L'
Hits,Trunks and a gets easily, Mrs. Sarah Brush, pf Osage Iowa, arrived -
th ; digest is wasted.Among .
JARVIS HOUSE-Open all the year round. the signs'of weak stomachare Monday evening and is the guest of
t : ..'0' Pleasant:location facing the river on river a Hotel Carleton.Mr. .
;' Rates terms by uneasiness after eating, fits of ner-
\ front. $2.00 per day,special
vous headache, and disagreeable belch : Ernest of Eaa Gallie
} ; n* ,' the week or month. Taylor, ,
ing."I brought the Misses Florence and Bessie ,
have taken Hood's Sarsaparilla at t =
Hodgson to Melbourne last Saturday.
\ t'. different times for stomach troubles, and a I
: 1y lNDlNRh1ERRiPPLES.N run down condition 0: ttv system, and have Doctor Hentz and wife, of Fairmount, -

been greatly benefited by its use. I would Indiana, arrived last week and are now \ :
not be without it in my family. I am trou-
Paragraphs Personal and Newsy Brief. bled especially in summer with weak stom- enjoying life in a cottage on Melbourne

4 i at Towns Along the Coast. ach and nausea and find Hood's Sarsaparilla avenue. !
invaluable." E. B.HICSUAN W.Chester Pa.Hood's .
i Miss Elizabeth C. Eaton, of Fairview,

1 n 'I. COCOA. Sarsaparilla Pa., is again at her cottage on the bluff

f.. ,;* .' "ft':: We thought we scented some orange, and Pills and with her is Mrs. Josephine Beyer, of
_. blossoms. Erie Pa.Mrs. '
-;' : Strengthen and tone the stomach and ,

: 7, t ,;--rt. : .Dr. Scofield and his launch are very the whole digestive system. Kate Gilman, of New York, arrived -

t i ,. :: l,' ', popular this lovely weather. at Hotel Carleton laat Saturday eve
'.!j : f }rl L.'J .e. .lira. I. C. Sloane expects to visit Cocoa EAU GALLIE. ning. We are glad to know she is here THERE IS 1

t\ : I \ ; '" immediately after the holidays. again for the winter.
5: Si! 1.e' r ..,li H. U. Hodgson's new house is just ,
--- -- --
t .' I Mrs. Effie Bradford has been ill with a rea iy for its owners. Last Monday Mrs. Barbour, of Eau Gal- ,,. 1i:

.J severe attack of neuralgia of the eye. lie, and also Mrs. Friend came to Melbourne Fm '"
Mr. W. II. H. Gleason has gone to St.
., MrsiS. F. Travis and S. F. Travis, Jr., Augustine for a week's vacation.C. to do some Christmas shopping Mr. and Mrs '"
r-- were shopping in Rockledge during the and for a pleasant carriage drive. were in town ) '
C. Pingrey and family are expected
week. The ladies of the church Dr. Hnghlett
': daily. Their cottage is now ready. guild Episcopal
= I ..There have been so many steamboats'around will give an entertainment at Educationalhall ional business
The Alice, Capt. Stickney owner, has
I lately we can't keep track of on Thursday evening, January ht, W. J. Xl'hitt'
4 just received a new coat of paint.
them. 1003, for the benefit of the parsonage. orated artistically
i Andrews home thisweek The surface of the canal is now withina fund. )
.t Mr. Lewis S. is at
+ couple of mils of-Lake Washington. There are a
F1. and Mrs. L. S. A. and all their kinfolks A jolly patty of 31 went in the launch now. All houses (

: look pleased. Miss Newell, our popular teacher will Dreamer to Melbourne beach last Saturday for
'i v Mrs. E. C. Wade has been on the sick spend the holidays at Georgiana with herpeople. evening for a moonlight trip. The

l a .R list this week, but latest"reports are that Rhodes family band played Dixie and Mr. and Mfs.
4 The Mattie- H., of Eden<< is at Hodg many other popular airs.! l as! were guests
sy f she is convalescing.
f 9 1 son's yard awaiting being hauled out and Monday.
Hon. Warner Sutton wife and daughter -
Miss Kate says they have doves attheir ,
a painted.) Mackerel thhil !
for when Mrs. It. B. arrived last Saturday evening from
e I house
Mr. M. W. Fry and bride arrived here and will Several boats \\
f Saugatuck, Michigan, make
Holmes goes hunting. the: llth, to spend their honeymoon at their home for the winter season at the boat caught/ 1,000

I We are enjoying *glorious weathef. The Graiiada. ,Grand View Cottage. The Deestrict:
in the cold north with a "
The folks Oranges and grapefruit are being ship- for the benefit I
)Ir. and Mrs. James McCoy and
of fuel have sympathy.
scarcity our ped daily to,the north mostly to friendsas daughter, Miss Bertha, arrived from was quite a finan

Geo. Sweeny had the following partyfrom Christmas gifts. Cloverdale Indiana, last week and .will The "Deestrick

'S Indjanola over on his launch: Mr.l Taylor and Kinnard have the contract occupy the Baker Cottage for this season. benefit of the )

l 8. J. Field, and Mrs. and Miss Rowe. for shelling the county road between Eau Their friends are glad to have them againin I decided success,

+. '';. The roads leading into town are badly 1 Gallie and :\I bourne. Melbourne.Mr. :The receipts were

7 A'1'A*. .*qrn and it is advisable to repair them Capt. Colby has added to the Green Rhodes and family, of West I I Mr. and Mrs. J. !

l : before some person or animal gets in- comfort of t Macatawa: by" erecting a Virginia, arrived this week, and have ter Harry, from :

,', j ured. cabin over the cockpit. taken.the cottage of Mr. Williams for the who were with ;

; Dr. Severgnac and family\ are pleasantly The captain oT the Chicago is suffering winter. They have a cornet band in their here again;, to
.< t. ) : from a' boil on the port side of thejawnot own family and be a most welcome :Mr.
Cottage. The Moctgr has a class in acquisition to Melbourne this win- Harvy
.0 ( of the main boom.) to his home in \
4 tFrench. ter, as Mr. Rhodes has a large; family of
\1 Ii L" The children's Christmas tree is now telegram }
Mrs. lireese who has been visiting young people.
D.T ,
; an assured success. It will be held in mother. Mrs.
s her relatives, Mr A. G. Weinberg Mrs. Charles Spangler, and daughter, :
the Baptist church on the eve of the 25th. ter are stopping
and family, left on Monday for ber home Miss Emma, of Merchantville, Pa, are
\\ ( <- in Kansas City, alto The Fly-by-Xight returned to Eau Gal- late arrivals at the Carleton, when they Clayton .\
f lie on Tuesday last. This houseboat is will the winter. We Sunday night \
spend are delightedto
Kirk wood and are pleasgaily -
/ Df. party
just the thing for a hunting.and fishing denuaa's
have them with us again. It is nice to corner
; : I! located in the "mansion on the .
\. j + hill." As thev. occupied. the same last trip. see old friends come back to Melbourneseason the boy ran into
'L season- it must'feel like home. \leuldlt"S} Lansing, Gleason, Fry and after season, showing how well bruising his
d"r6i1Q.; took a trip to Cocoa one day they like Melbourne and Its pleasant classof heel.

.:\: .. We had the pleasure of examining P to do their Christmas shop. people. The public

' of little I. wise Joyner's writing .
!; some p.-* and Thursdays
: l' 1: and map-drawing. It is remarkable how Miss Hodgson has her clinker-built DI;. LEON A PEEK, Physician and Surgeon. Saturdays from 7 !
if f i f> tJ efficient she is in these branches. rowboat again in the waters of the Eau Kesidence, Melbourne. At Eau Gallie on of the
and afternoons.
Tuesday Friday
t..... : Galjie river, looking like a brand new librarian will be Conrjf'V
A' Mr. and Mrs. J. Donnelly of Indian- vesil.Geo..

: ola, were visitors in town this week. ronage of the '
W. has received handsome
It?! '.. Now that their new launch is in running double Hopkins carriage for private a use.- SickBlood zen JJ];
orderit, is a pleasant trip across the river. The
I . Mrs. Hopkins will arrive about the 15th Goodw in's :

: ', 3*..One of the handsomest launches on In- of January, 190o.: :
S river is owned Mr. E. P. Pon-lu-r Friday evening,
by ,
; I' r Dr. B. F. Brown will )hold services in and 50 cent
$ has had it
t of. Cocoa. recently
St. John's church on Sunday'next. The LJoodwin's
rr lengthened: feet at Mr. Geo. Gingtas''yards. > t
doctor: will be the guest of J 110. E. :M. bring the house

Hodb son while in Gallic. I tour the east l'Oa

Misses I>. Grisaid and S. Hopkins, Capt. Wallace, of the Buffalo Motor Feed pale girls on Scott's
teachers in the Cocoa schopl 1 had an out The Sunday :
company, was in Ecru: Gallie this week:
ing to City Point on Saturday, as the with a couple of launches. The captain Emulsion.We preparations for
of Mrs. Jessie Keys and Miss C. for all of the
;. guests Hentz.. was on the way to Lake Worth.OEO1UJIANA. do not need to give all ty. It will be

vA3 .
I the reasons why Scott'sEmulsion on Christmas \ 1
Col. D Giwas stepping out of a '
cises will begin : ) 'I
wagon on Saturday his foot caught in the llev. J. II. White has been on the sick restores the strengthand I II Everybody : _

lines and threw him. He, fortunately, list of late, but is understood to be con- I'
was not seriously hurt, beyond a bruiseon valescent. flesh and color of good ones.

the forehead.Mr. health Uuth, Chapter
to those who suffer
Christmas tree is claiming again the attention Star held its "

and :Mrs.: Sperry, family and servants of many and the little folks are from sick blood. tion,of officers !

of Nashville; Term., arrived last waiting with some solicitude as to whatis elected
week and are occupying Mrs. Thomas' to be on it. The fact that it is the bestpreparation were
Mrs. F. 33 f.
- house. There are sixteen in the party, ; ,
Several of our neighbors from the of Cod A. C. Dittmar
and as eight of them are'children they are over Liver Oil, ; ::!
river and also from Lotus shared with
very interesting to our home folks. us rich in nutrition full of l.ahney, ; !t
healthy ;
our meetings last Sabbath and Tuesday:! Dittmar, :' ;

Mr. and Mrs. Henry M. Flagler- evenings of this week. stimulation is a suggestion as treasurer; Mrs. ; ei.

\t "Uncle Henry, of the east coast"-were Mrs. C. P.
Miss Mabel Allen, the daughter of it ;
l\ the guests of Capt. and Mrs. Wm. H. Hosmer Allen, formerly of Lotus, is here, to'hy does what i it does. )lr. Geo. S. ; ...

1 Sharpe, of Sharpes, on Tuesday inornin spending a few days with her grandparents Scott's Emulsion presents etta Ford, Adah ;

\ Several of the prominent citizens of Cocoa the Itev. Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Cod Liver :Mrs. Beatrice :\ : ; "

and Rockledge made the trip? to Shaes. I Hiscock. Oil at' its h"cot, ranges Cross, ; .

\. to have the pleasure of meeting Mr fullest i" lei 't'1- Mr* ;
Mrs. Flagler.Mr. December thus far has not been a bad strength, .?- *ts ;

v ith. Some rain, intersperse with ta v.

+ : and Mrs. Jos. Taylor, of *re, sunny days, has made the :
t !
; Grove, 111., after visiting variot Exceptionally pleasant for ulmost:: ,men in the f '"canttb- te,

- ,#? ties on the east coast, have tee- permanently cured*July.
locate in Cocoa. They have lilt"\. ":: Mr. Templeton, in charge of :
the Gould cottage opposite the t t this circuit, has been holding religious of f tht peculiar disease of the. T,

t Mr. Taylor is postmaster at services; at the church for most of the t 'Joel which shows itself in :Many soMfc
Grove. We are pleased to 1ca\t. .11 time 0 I that for
past two week;, and the services say 1
pleasant people in our midst. -en appreciated indeed by "ess. ,weakness and nervOus- wound, corns, I

The Episcopal Sunday school has been the f' "ich good has been done s by regular treatment Ducklen's world. Same.\

v reorganized. Mrs. A. H. Trafford is su- Dr\. &'....ami. has been with us with Scott's Emulsioi cers, skin s

erintendent, and is assisted by Mes- again MId divine services last Sabbath or no pay.

ames C. W. Harrison, Coy, Severgnac, eveg' and Monday forenoon, with It is a true blood iu, and -

iron and Misses Carter and Taylor. beneficial-results. His TAX
manner of
.. presenting is tL
naturally adapted to
attendance last Suny ...... here was a good his subject claims the attention ofhis Notice is
; and it is hoped the parents and hearers and seldom fails to produce of the blood sickness from purchaser of

>Hdren. will take an interest in this Sun- conviction.The the 2nd day of
hich so many women said certificate
Jay school. young !
1Ar. regular meetings that have been I application for
... We announce the death of Mrs. 0. K. held here had a formal close Tuesday suffer. with la.w Said ;,

.'1."J" Wood at Atlanta Ga., on Saturday, the evening, with much good feeling and lowing county,described Florida I

13th. The interment was in the Cocoa with many regrets. Perhaps at no time We will be glad to send Sec. 12, Tp. 33

., cemetery on Thursday morning at 10 since Georgiana had its beginning have i sample to any sufferer. acres. The ird

o'clock. Mrs. Wood was a true Christian the people been more united alone, i date of the
religious -
Be sure that this picture in name of D. ',
friend to the needy and afflicted lines than :
a now. Good has been accomplished l' the form of a label u on the rate shall be
and always giving assistance. She was and the earnest wish and i wrapper Emulsion of every bottle of deed will issue +

one of the founders of the Methodist prayer of our people now is that no wolf )ou buy. January, A. D. j t"'

church in Cocoa. Mr. Wood and Miss from without or disturbing element or SCOTT & BOWNE the Witness my u ;
\ddie Wood have the sincere sympathy spirit from within shall change *- < q ;' Chemists, day of
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