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: October 18, 1901
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: VID00596
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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!: R STRONGHOLD G OF f IHE J f' RD{ plant to Yohoghany, Pa., "In which A Typical South'African Store. I .. .

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place he remained until he came here, 0. K. Larson of Bay Villa ,
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nine months ago.' At, the time of the River, Cape Colony, conducts store
An Illinois Town In. Which, There Are assassination of King Humbert he typical of South Africa, at which can be

tr: ; Five Hundred Anarchists.,' achieved some notoriety by addressinga purchased anything from the proverbial MIHHMMIAIHaIHIialIIIInNUI IIMIHNIlH1MRI1lIWMxx,

>, Special.Correspondence of' The Florida Star.CmcAdoT crowd of anarchists at Shorter's Run, "needle to an anchor." This store is
. .,. situated in valley nine;miles from 'the
on the Baltimore and Ohio railroad ex
: Oct. 14Paterson: N. J nearest railway station and about, twen

has. generally been ,regarded. ,as tbe-, pressing fallen the joy Italian over monarch.the fate'that'The.had meetng be; ty-five'miles Larson says:from"I the am nearest favored town.with Mr.the ( !t J1i) .

; stronghold 4of anarchy: In the United i For Infants and Children.
sent a message of congratulationto custom of farmers :w.thin a radios :;of .,
States, but the little city of Spring Yal- BrescL HESBY W. MIT.T.TTC. thirty*mQesl; to many of whom I have }

F' A ; ley, IlL, 'has nearly three times as supplied Chamberlain's remedies. All

many anarchists as Paterson In proportion Driving where doctors advice is almost out of
a ,
to:the population. Of the 7,000 These are the days of colds, sharp and the 'Within'1e'mile of'
it Inhabitants of the town 500 sudden, attacking ,throat and lungs, and question. my
are an store the .
perhaps sixty.Of
leading to consequences one does not liketo populationis? ., Always Bought
archists. Paterson has these within past twelve months
a population of think about. Avoid further the ,
exposureand less than fourteen have been absolutely A1 egetahlePreparatloaforAssiimlating -
105,000, of which number no -
are said fight the enemy of health and com-
k to be followers fort with Davis' Painkiller the cured by Chamberlain's Cough tteToodandRegula-
of Perry
the red it
flag. If "
{ ; family stand-hy for sixty It Remedy. This must surely be a record. ling the Stomachs and Bowels of Bears theSignature
Lad as anarchists years. con-
many per capita as For sale by Wilson &. on.
quers a cold in a day. See that you get.
= Spring Valley, they would
f number the right article. There is but one Pain- / jrt

7,500. I killer, Perry Davis'. deplorable.Mrs. "
Spring Valley Is a mining town. Of ; Naggs-I grow to believe more .8- .

the ,men employed 'In the mines there' and more inr the saying, "The way to a Promotes DigesGoliCheeifulnessandRest.Contains! -
probably 1,200 are Italians (The Poles In the Boarding School. man's heart is through his stomach." neither

number about 400, and Lithuanians, "Give me. a synonym for success," Mrs. Chatterton tWE'arily-So do (. iimAtorphinenorZ of
said the teacher. About the only bargains Henry takes any
French and Irish the
"Marriage!" cried the demure little interest in in the department :s store advertisements NARCOTIC.

remainder. The large foreign population girl In the back seat-Chicago Post. are those: in the grocery depart ...
-I seems to be the reason for the ment.-Brooklyn Eagle.

prevalence of anarchy. The 100 French Under. )de fJ/JIrSwrlZPt1rI :R

men are the most radical of "the A dozen loaves and each like lead After exposure or when you feel] a cold PumfJan dal'Alxdwra
t reds." The other 400 are Italians. Fell down upon the baker's bead coming on, take a dose of Foley's Honey I '
Conditions of life In Spring Valley,' And it appeared from what he sail and Tar. It never fails to stop a cold if B 4wu tItJ4 deaf III+

r however, are not such as are generally That.he was somewhat underbred. taken in time. Wilson : -Detroit Free PreisWrite *
considered to be productive of anarch jfan./eed-

J ists. It is not a typical mining town. This Down Animals aid Scent Qonfud SuaarAperfect
1 Nearly all animals are fond of one U
The miners work only eight hours a in the book of memory: There is no such S e
X day. They are paid by the piece system thing as a harmless cough. Every coughis kind or another of perfume; lions and Remedy for Constipation -

'A and their wages average from a warning of a confidence that goes tigers delight in the odor of the attar Sour StonachDiarrhoea,

1->" $2.25 to $2.75::; a day. There is no company from bad to worse unless it is remedied of rose: cats are extravagantly fond of Worms,.Convulsions\erish-

4; store. The miners are allowed right away. Opium-laden medicine is a catnip and wolves and several other ness and Loss OF SLEEP. F 0 r 0 V e r

"- to spend their money where they wish. delusion. Allen's Lung Balsam cures kinds of wild animals delight in the ..
Most the worst of colds. It clears the bron- smell of asafetida.
of the Italians
come from south-
chial passages, so that the lungs get
ern Italy, where low wages prevail, plenty of air. Why not get a bottle today ?= Thirty Years

and the money they receive here Is ? Forewarned .
many times what they could have obtained ,

for their labor in their own
My Lady's Hat. Fcred1
country.In Now in the wind her Gainsborough, fli' :
view of all this it is hard to see Plume laden wildly flaps; The liability to disease is greatly
why anarchy should flourish as it does. Unhandy hats 'tis plain to see,
lessened the blood
good condition
The anarchists have caused no serious Are often bandicaps.Detroit 4))
V S Free Press and the circulation healthy and EXACT COPY OF
3 disturbances in the town. Even after WRAPPEB.'M
vigorous. For then all refuse matteris ,'.......
r. the death of President McKinley they t e("'t..u". COMMMf. NSW YOHM CfTT 1
Talk. promptly carried out of the system ... '
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'f/ did nothing as a whole to arouse -r"-: :, : tt. ;.t" 'if( '''' "
; ap "To bear some fellows talk, remarked I otherwise it would rapidly accumulate

prehension. the observer of events and things fermentation. would take place, the 4

f The editor of the anarchist organ, "you'd really think they required a No. I blood become polluted and the consti-
r S L'Aurora, printed some incendiary editorials I
I 14 hat.-Yonkers Statesm:1D.I tution so weakened that a simple .
; and the citizens held a mass -
? meeting, at which it was proposed to Mothers One Minute malady A healthy might, active result circulation seriously. means 1
everywhere praise I ASTHMA CURE FREE I
{" sack his office and ride him out of town Cough Cure for the sufferings it has good digestion and strong, healthy

on a' rail, but wiser counsel prevailed.The relieved and the lives of their little ones nerves. _

,. editor was arrested, but was soon it has saved. Strikes at the root of the As a blood purifier and tonic S. S. S.
released. The anarchists did not back trouble and draws out the inflammation. has no equal. It is the safest and best Asthmalene Brings Instant Relief and Permanent

him up. In public at least. They held The children's favorite cough cure. Wilson remedy for old people and children Cure in All Cases. f
i & Son.
f no meetings and uttered no threats.
because it contains no minerals, but is
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.There was not even an extra constableon made of roots and herbs.
. }'t Appearances. exclusively SENT AKSOLUTELY FREE ox RECEIPT OF POSTAL.
the streets. No other remedy so thoroughly and
"Clothes cannot make the man" we see WHITE YOUR NAME A ADDRESS PLAINLY.
'r.. The meeting place of the anarchists It stated oft at every turn. effectually cleanses the blood of im.SSS

Is a saloon, over which is a large assembly But they make what others think he is, purities. At the

: hall. The saloon is run as a A point, of vastly more concern. same time it builds There is nothing like Aslhmalene.

club, Incorporated under the name of -Washington Star. up the weak and debilitated CHAINED It bring: instant relief, even in the ,

the,. "Prosperity club." At their meet and reno word cates." It cures when all else fail&
A. D. 2000. TEN
" ,: ings they consume large quantities of "Who's that seedy chap who spoketo vates the entire sys FOB The Kev. (. F. Wells of Villa Ridges
beer and make flamboyant speeches, tem. It cures permanently all mannerof YEAR Ill :says "Your trial bottle of Astbiualene
but it is not known that they have you? blood ana skin troubles.Mr. received in god condition I cannot tell
"ile publisher."-New York Journal. you how thankful I feel for the good de-
ever been engaged In plotting against E. E. Kelly, of Urbana 0'1 writes: t rived from it. I slave. chained with
rulers of governments. "I had Eczema on my hands and''face for putrid bore throat and asthma fur tea

( To read the vitriolic utterances of "I had long suffered from indigestion," white five years.pustules It would crusts break would out form in little and years I despaired of ever being: cored, I

Editor Caencabilla of L'Aurora one writes G. A. LeDeis, Cedar City, Mo. drop off, leaving the skin red and inflamed. saw your advertisement for the cure of'
"Like others I tried many preparations, The doctors did me no good. I used i this dread fulandtormenting disease,asthma .
would imagine him a fire eater of the did all the medicated soaps and salves without and thought: you bad onrspokt'u yourselves ;
but found anything me
fiercest sort. On the contrary, he is never benefit. S. S. S. cured me, and my skin but resolved to give it a trial. To
good until I took Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. is as clear and smooth: as any one's." .
amt tishiiient the trial acted
my ft.
'. very meek in appearance. lIe has a One bottle cured me. A friend who had Mrs. Henry Siegfried, of Cape May,N. r' 4 charm. Seud me a fullsized bottle.:'
gentle and decidedly kind face. He is suffered similarly I put on the use of Ko J., says that twenty-one bottles of S. S. S.
cured her of of
Cancer the breast. Doc-
below the medium height and of slight dol Dyspepsia Cure. lIe is gaining fast tors and friends thought her case hope- Eabli of tbe Cong. Bnai IsraeL
physique. lIe asserts that he is a and will soon be able to work. Beforehe p i New York, Jan. 3, lllttl.S .

'. university graduate having been '.lu- used Kodol Dyspepsia; Cure indigestionhad I less.Richard T. Gardner Florence, S. C., Drs.Taft liros Medicine ('o.
suffered for years with Bcils. Two bot- Gentlemen: Your asthnialeue is an excellent -
made him total wreck. Wilson &
t cated in Florence. Naples and Home.t a tles of S. S. S. put his blood in good condItion remedy for asthma and bay fever
Son. and the Boils disappeared. and its composition: alleviates all troubles
Send for our free book, and write which combine with asthma. its success u
We'll Get There.For our physicians about your case. astonishing; wonderful. A ttr having
all the wintry weather Medical advice free. / it carefully analyzed we can state that
J Asthmalene contains chloroform
The snowdrifts on the way c no opium
"'e'll reach the fire together THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. ATLANTA GA. or ether. Very truly yours. i
An hear the fiddles playAtlanta EVERY RINGS KE\ DK. MoEBJiWE :.
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t ,Constitution.Discrimination. -
+ 1 ,, RELIEF, I Avon Springs, X. Y., Feb. I, 1SM)1.
0a Dr. Taft BrO Medicine Co.
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Gentlemen: I write this testimonial froma
"I will loa\e. said the
now my sense of duty having tested the W'ondl'rfuletfect of your Astbmaleiie for the cure of asth
burglar; after he had gone through the s ma. My wife has been afflicted with spasmodic asthma for the past 12 years. Having u-
f I. poet's house. "It seems to be the oIly hausted my own skill as well as many others I ihancrd to see your sign upon your window
f worth Record on 130th street. New York I at once obtained a bottle of Asthmalene. My wife commenced
thing taking. -Chicago
taking it about the first of November. I very soon noticed a radical impnn'ement.I14r
lie rald. using one bottle her asthma has disappeared and she entirely: free from all symptoms. I
l feel that I can consistently recommend the medicine to all who are afflicted with this distressing -
[ fflth ifflThi t The excitement incident to travelingand i disea-e. Yours respectfully, O. I). PUEI.PK M. D.

change of food and water often Dr. Taft Bros Medicine Co.
brings on diarrhoea, and for this reasonno WOMAf S Gentlemen: I was troubled with asthma for :J2 years. I have tried numerous reined- 1
one should leave home without a bottle RELIEFA but they have all failed. I ran across your advertisement and started: with a trial bottle.
; of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and I found relief at once. I have since purchased your full-size bottle and I am ever grate
Diarrhoea Remedy. For sale by Wilson really healthy woman has lit- ful. I have family of four children and for six years was unable to work I am now in th.
best of health and am doing business every day. This testimony you can wake such use of
& Son. --- Jtle pain or discomfort at the as you see fit. Home address, 235 lUvington street. S. RAPUIKL: ,
rf Continued Ixiblt. 07 East l'-.HJth: &t.. New York City.
OFFICE OF THE ANARCHIST ORGAN, J menstrual period. No woman
L'AUKOIIA. She Mrs. LaSalle is always changing 1
,. husbands. 1 needs to hare: any. Wine Of TRIAL BOTTLE' SENT ABSOLUTELY FREE ON RECEIPT OF POSTAL.Do .
He speaks Spanish Italian, German
. He Yes. She told me she was JCardui will quickly relieve those
and French fluently.. lie Is not so pro wedded to married life.-Smart Set. I not delay Write at once, addressing Oil. TAFT BUO.V MEDICINE CO., ?> Eaet
s ficient In English. smarting menstrual pains and 130th st., New York <'ity.Sold,

The editor combines his home and 9 Seeking For the Right 1 the dragging head, back and by A11 Dr".l.ggiEitS.P .

the office of his paper. The editorial .\ Massachusetts woman'has eloped I side aches caused by falling of
is little off his bed
sanctum a room "
% with a man half her age. the
womb and
room. The kitchen and printshop are "I thought they called that abduc I irregular menses.

one. In a one story addition at the tlon.-Cle\elanlt"l'lain Dealer. i AN-AMERJCAN EXPOSITION

back of the house are the imposing WlH OFCAR UJ ,

stone and another font of type. The _
Lewis Ockerman, Goshen, Ind.: "De- has brought permanent relief to
r a hand power, two cylinder affair
Little Risers bend
Witt's Early never me
Is In a frame structure at the rear double like other pills, but do their work 11,000,000vomen who suffered The Seaboard Air-Line

of the lot. The living rooms are cheer thoroughly and make me feel like a boy." I every month. It makes the men- l RailwayLOW l lc

fully furnished and do not look like the Certain, thorough, gentle. Wilson &

? ( abode of a real anarchist Son. strual organs strong and health r.lit 1F t i\:\

,' Caencabllla says that his sheet has a -- is the provision made by Nature \
Nr'tt I circulation of week: In I Him. EXCURSION RATES r
3,000 copies a Why She.. Scorns to give women relief from
f the conduct of L'..\ 'ora Caencabllla My summer girl is mad clear through atilt I
bas the help of fellow anarchists who She will not look at me. the terrible aches and pains which FROM: :: ALL LCXEUCIDA. POINTS '\
I neter'kissttl a girl before, ,
work in the mines. They set type for |blight so many homes. e
So it was new to me.
& him, and some of them write articles GKEB-YWOOD, LA.,Oct. 11,1 00. RATES FROM JACKSONVILLE, $42.95 and $42.30. e F
for the He that despite Last night when parting: at the door I have been very sick for some time.
paper. says I trembled to my toes; I1 was taken with a severe pain in my Tickets on sale daily. Corresponding rates from other point! Double Daily gdService =
I aU'attempts to run him out of town he I meant to kiss her on the mouti. side I tried and could not get any relief until including Sunday, via Richmond and Washington.. ,,- .
t a bottle of Wine of Cardui. Before
means to stay. If the citizens appealto
her the
But kissed nose.
had taken all of it I was relieved
violence, he will Invoke the aid of -Yonkers Stat eml&CASTOR.JA. 1 I feel it m yrrnehcine. that you have a QUICK SCHEDULES. LATEST PULLMAN EQUIPMENT.
I wonderful
: the law. Such are the consistencies of
MM.M. a
anarchy. : : For further information write .,.

r Caencabllla has been in this country Ihl KInd You Hall Always Bought tome Foradvlceudliterature.."The l.&dlu'AdTiIOQ's4dressgtvings()elUftmtnt ';Tn.p. E. L. BUNCH, Gen. Pass. Agent. A. O. MAcDONELL, Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent, ,
x only three years. He began the Bears the Cbauaoooga Medicine eo..ChutanoogaTenu. Portsmouth, Va. Jacksonville, Fia

publication of L'Aurora In Hoboken Sigu&W8 4-T _
1 N. J. From of JAS. M. BARR, Vice.Presidef.and General Manager, Portsmoutb, Va.
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z, J 8 THE. FLORIDA ,STAR :;,FRID f, :OCTOBER 18, 19Q1. "

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DIRECTOR 11111111 -
- here with'their returned their
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.'HUGHLETl''iM:i; D.;, .L.T. D ; ,' hom 'at Tibbals on Saturday.

# 'D Drag* D.Co'e"stores S.-rOfflces,the over leading The .Indian Our friend, Mr. B. F. Hardesty, is rejoicing My Lungs

i r .....ment of the Indian river country.; : When using baking thai his bachelor days will soon
WILLIAM,HINDLE.-Undertaker and be a thing of the past, as he expects his ii <
balmer. Bicycles and ,Sewing Machine wife beme from Texas shortly. !
plies,Tinning and Pipe Fitting, "An attack of Is grippe left mewith
it is
of Every Description. Agent f or powder always econ- CITY POINT. a bad cough. My friends said
Steam Cooker.. I bad consumption. I then tried
Miss leabelle Burns, of Canaveral, has Ayers Cherry Pectoral and it
flUNK, LIPP Practical Shoemaker been visiting Miss Mary Holmes. cured "
me promptly.
r e years experience; all kind of to buy the Royal. Nokomis Ill. .
done, nice and cheap; also ladies'and omy The Misses Nellie and Agnes Hatter A. K. Randies, ,
an' shoes made to order.' entertained a few of their young friendsone

J .: ,: GOTO'J. M." SANDERS, The' Old' makes the finest day last week. You forgot to buy a bottle -
: Store for good fresh and reliable Royal Mr. Lee Faber has gone to Fort Pierce ,
Ayer's Cherry pectoral .
,i I! inch as Dry Goods, Saddlery, with his new fish boat, which his father,
? Hats,Trunks and a fall line of Mr. c. L Faber,just finished when your cold first
,. ). all the most wholesome and delicious -
: of came on so let it run
.- S Pleasant 'ocation facing the river ,on Capt. Penny, Nathan, recently you
::1,..{ front, Rates$2.00 per day,special 1 brought his daughter here, who has along. Even now, with
,' : ",' the week or,month. charge of the City Point school this win-
r" -MELBOURNE BUSINESS food. ter. Capt. Penny spent a few days visiting all your hard coughing, it
p old friends. will not disappoint you.
,' 000. F. H. Fee, president; C. M. The third quarterly meeting of the M. There's a record of sixty
cashier. The only bank on the lower E. church was held here Saturday and
and the pineappleregion of Brevard ILOII. to fall back on.
Sunday Oct 5th an ., FORT PIERCE BUSINESS not open until the first preached an excellent sermon in the Three tires: 2SC. SQc,SI. AConsult dnniJu.
morning and delivered a very entertaining -
r : '-' C. P. PLATTS-PhsiclJ.n.and has returned home address to the people in the your doctor If be ..!. take it.
Calls to any point on the river then do ai be Ia,.. If he teals you not
answered Fo t Pierce. Florida. at Oak Hill. afternoon. The basket dinner was enjoyed to take it, then don't take it. Ha knowi.
several weeks by.all. Among those present from Lear it with him..C.dYER W era CO.willingJ. Lowell. MAM.A .

I'* :, T l INDIAN N RIVER RlP l8.t [ here winter are gardens owing to out of wife town, of were Melbourne: Rev. ;A.Mr.C. and Sirdefieldand Mrs.

i i 5 Humphreys and Mr. :Sam Field, of
:, :: Paragraphs Personal and Newsy I of Berrys Ferry, Ky., She Didn't Wear a Mask Indianola[ ; Mrs. A. Dixon, Mr and Mrs.
,'" at Towns Along the Coast. after a short visit to But her beauty was completely hidden by fyal) and children, :Mr. and Mrs. Fish
sores blotches and pimples till she used and Mrs. English, of Dixon, and Mr. ii;
: COCOA. has gone to Thom- Bucklen's Arnica Salve Then they van and MM. Sawtelle and Mr. Sola no, of
J,SS : bells love to hear, she will enter Stan ished as will all eruptions, fever spres, Hardeeville.!
Wedding we
f boils, ulcers, carbuncles and felons from
loud and clear. for several months. ,- -_ -'-, f".
merrily its
iifce. Infallible for cuts, corns, burns,
The northeast high winds the past scald! and piles. Cure guaranteed 25c jTO KG AN .t JONES, i i"I

j : : days live mo.have about dispersed the little of Y.Georgiana, is at Wilson & Son's and J.s B. Screven's. 3 REAL ESTATE. AND IXSUBASC& -I}

: with her daughter, GEO. M. RI BBJXS, F. A. MORGAN Loans, Notary Public J.
t :Mrs. Grace Hill continues qrUe President. '
S } tuberculosis, and it is feared that Actuary. Collections, Typewriting Stenography.TITUSvi . !

J 5 '"." may never recover. on and Mrs.Mrs.D.Wallace LaRoche, of BREVARDAbstract _____.___u_LLE.. .FLA._ __h.___ ,
r; ,., :Mrs. B. F. Jones is enjoying a - -- - -- -- j
\ from her brother,' Mr. Allie .
.. ,', and son are planting
.t hen, of St. Augustine.Miss We hope they'll make __ ___ n_ ___ _
Jessie Sanders, of & Ii
ri passed through Cocoa on Thursday
route to Stetson university. the funny aJ. man of Will furnish abstracts of title .61' CO. IJ
a carload of orange for lands ia Brevard county.
31 ., Mrs. 0. K. Wood spent Friday OFFICE UNDER LAW OFFICE OF (Incorporated. Paid ap Capital 6,909.60)This
Saturday of last week with her the Rev. Stuart Mar GEO. M. ROBBINS TITUSVILLE, FIJI company owns land
:Mrs. Gleason in Eau Gallie. acre plat of land in the Indian River Coun-

Mr. Fred Fisher found his fall from church one acre. ASK YOUR GROCER FOR' try, on the St. Lucie River, t
.' serious than was at first at New River, and on Bis- J
faft ?I. bicycle more -as in town last week
ticipated as it laid him up for two schools. It seems cayne Bay.

't ,' days. inspectors instead of 1T1VThe PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
Chas. Hammond, who has
Judge Send for land list.
his brother, Dr. Hammond
Visiting suffering with
very OFFICES IT . .
Chicago, the past summer has : Holmes and the de- 5 Minute Breakfast Food
r to his old haunts on Indian river. are fixing this TITUSVILLE MIAMI.WHEN .
friends are glad to see him again. Purina Health FlourT -- .-

Li Mr. 0. B. Floyd, of Savannah, was I visiting his mother Makes .> I
town this week interviewing our i several days last week. "BRAIN BREAD." 1 ,
chants. Mr. Floyd has been visiting is to work the "black- PURINA MILLS. ST. LOUIS. Mo.
section for the past decade and has roads. .
'\ friends here. He stopped at the Sweeney, of Indianola, John R. Walker. C. H. Swain. J -

i; House. J'"P' other day hunting John R. Walker & Co.
A fine new steed, black and shiny got one alive. George .
of large proportions, graces the do not include black-
_,i some carriage of Col. Travis. :Mrs. r
vis and the children took a drive on Field, of Indian. DRY GOODS .d (

,_ urday and she found him very his new buggy with one MILLINERY
and gentle.Mr. : belles. Wnea his ,

S. W. O'Brien, of Daytona, pinery and orangery FURNITURE,
down last week to Cocoa on best to help secure a -.Lrr 1
St While here he improved the for him. 3k" c -
to put a couple of coat of paint on ) THE FIREBUG IS AROUNDIt
I O'Brien's building on Delannoy
{ E.
is wine comfort to feel that
you art
S occupied by The Emporium. He left
is properly in-nred.
ll building a
for Eau Gallie and paid a
; Friday This is obtained
G'S. T. Wells. security at a trifling
visit to his friends, Mr. and Mrs. outlay.
returning to Daytona on Saturday.. L C. Moore, of Rose- ''aI FIRE INSURANCErates
': : of Mr. and Mrs.
} i Messrs. Shaw, Bradford and Dixon l week 1. are: not high and when consider!
i'', ,1 the misfortune to have their tires in connection with the great bene8tseon- .
cut one evening last week while is putting shed ferred are very low No man of property
Faran's I should have it .! covered
I through the point from their work on pineapple neglect to fu.iy:
Sebring house in Rockledge, by pieces C. S. SCHT YLER.
'' glass lying in the road. Pieces of of White' City, Titusville Fla. .
on the ground are dangerous at all winter with Miss Marsh t ..-, .
and if everybody that comes across in Melbourne. '
would take the trouble to put it has been spending sr >'rc. E. L. MOTLOW
could do no harm, and those who Melbourne Beach with oA ..ZCsFOL.1T -,-
fi e the breaking of it would take care of I I Cummings. AND IJOTTLC SODA
I the pieces, there would be more
Melbournites ,
in the world and less danger. went
Saturday to see the CIGARS AXD TOB.1CCO,
I There is not a little contest going Rain doesn't stop a ball
r between the girls and boys of the Titusville, Fla. IQ r
grade of the school. The class is a -- - -- - ,
has added two more
one and Miss Dodson has the girls
to Melbourne. C. T.
her tutelage and Prof. Smith the his grocery store A. K. HAWKES
i last week they had two contests, have bought out
arithmetic and the other in spelling.

e girls carried off the honors, being business. The Famous Atlanta H;; I IJ
;' er in arithmetic and Misses Evelyn Melbourne will get Optician t .
: and Virginia Hatch stood the longest visitors the coming
spelling. There were a number of \ are coming daily asking If-i
-A ors at the spelling match, which, and rooms. :Most
a' e'& doubt, disconcerted the spellers. are already engaged.

: i contests are great stimulants to FINE WHISKIES WINES BRANDIES,
l and visitors should be more frequent .
helps to the pupils, as well as the ; school has been GINS, BOTTLED BEERS.

ers.advancement.Show your interest in your ; i weeks. TITUSVILLB and COCOA (.

was called to Sebastian RECEIVED J
.. Gold MedalHighest f
1. House-cleaning is now the order has sold his fine pony Q. F DUREN Agent, .IFloria
business among housewives. of Sharpes.
t Award of Honor
I ,{L The melancholy days are o'er for of our citizens <:ontemI Diploma lJ
s s, of our bachelor benedicts, for the I state fair. For Superior Lens Grinding aii } rie wives" have returned.Mr. family spent Satur- Excellency in the Manufacture of f I
i J. J. White took a flying with friends at Wabasso. Spectacles and Eye Glasses. Sold a and

,k trip to Titusville on Tuesday, going up and children ar in over 8,000 Cities and Towns in r \restml'I
one train and back on the other. last Satur the United States.Established.
'tab .
ej_ Mrs. H. B. Paxton returned last 1870. .
c from her visit at York, Pa., where visited G. B. Hall r all
r 4 spent some three months with her days this week. While These Famous Glasses for Sale by IJ J H

Cocoa The from little Rockledge folks who find attend the J ,I ;fback.a horse and made the J. B. SCREVEN. K.. t

knowledge a hard one to pedal Hudson and child-
these high winds. a few days pleasantly EYE SIGHT TESTED FREE Titusville, Florida. 2 r

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