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 25, 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: VID00597
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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t..SOMml elegant costume and often. add HIVE 'AND BEE.
: ed to regular tailor made sults.From ., .
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'1' fur to lace gowns is but a stepin A movable ,bottom board best for
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'; t'l o.e 17111611' Are' :Most: ) Fashionable 'winter, time, 'so" let 'us talk of laces. all hives.

!t and: Some Very Es:: : n.lTe. and other dainty and filmy things.,One Keeping them ,well painted adds to

Special Corr apondence.1' general style now is the white foundation the durability of the hives.

1-: NEW YORK. Oct 22. "In. autumn, of fine net overlaid with black applIcation Bees should vbe put'int ;shape and all

,;:'t 1.: when the'leaves" ; are. dry and rustle, on' In chantiUx weave. Such a fixed: ,'np 'for" winter before the first >-

}i',"'- ,the. ground" then is the'time"" .that. .oman gown is here shown, and it is truly elegant bard frostjcdmes., 1 .

# shows herself to be the delicious :: Black and white bid fair to be as Bees .seldom increase later -than Atk

I: creature:of ..fnconstste c1es'that'she_ Is, fashionable this season as ever before. gust. Even ,if we have fall flow of

,for she envelops herself in furs- when Black lace' over white Is' always/fine, honey, it-takes all of this to properly. :, -\ . , n : ,
and, with the.perfection of the woven .
she goes out and wears low cut dressesat fill. up the, brood chambers
'I" designs for this"special purpose, we -The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has beenin.
the oPera and at so many. other shall of Honey left In the hives during the .
see much It this winter not
autumn' months :will be found use for over 30 years, has borne the signature of"
places that it is useless to tsome-
:t: mention only over white but light tints -,
them. In ,! many what darkened;in color, and It is hard and has been made under his per-
; summer, when the heat and colors. OLIVE HABPEB.
:. to get a first lass price for It. q- sonal supervision since its infancy.
would make valid .
a excuse for. low /
'necked gowns, we see very few of A Typical South African Store. There is no factor wintering' beesso S .Al1owno one to deceive you in this.

them, but as, soon as the Icy. breezes 0.' R. Larson, of Bay Villa, Sundays Important' 'as the matter of .food. All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-good" are hut-

blow then madam. takes a reef In the River, Cape Colony, conducts a store More bees are lost on account of bad Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health or
r food at all during the winter
- typical South Africa which be or none
at can Infants and Children-Experience against Experiment. .
top of her
prettiest gowns; and, behold, purchased anything from the proverbial than by any other cause.MINISTER .

,she does not get the pneumonia at all. "needle to an anchor' This store is

not half as often as' her better protected situated in a valley nine miles from the WU- What is CASTORIA

: husband. We feel that the Immortal nearest railway station and about twen-
ty-five miles from the nearest town. Mr.
words of Captain Cuttle are more Larson says: "I am favored with the It Is understood that Minister Wu Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric -

than true when he said, "Rum cree- custom of farmers wthin a radius of has a very much higher regard for our Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It

fr. turs is wimmen, eh, BunsbyJ" I thirty miles, to many of whom I have civilization since he learned to dance contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic ;

\ So now to tell something of the furs .supplied Chamberlain's remedies. AH the two step.-Washington Star. substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms .
that will invest the lovely forms of testIfy to their value in a household Minister Wu suggests that we ex- x
and allays Fever shness. It Diarrh a and 'Vind-
where a doctor's advice is almost out ofthe
the better half of creation. I may pre- clude anarchists and admit Cblnamen.
question.Vitiun mite of Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation'and
face this by saying that the majority one my Wu delights In good naturedly poking
store the population is perhaps sixty. Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the
women are beginning to discriminate this country In the ribs.-Nashville
Of these
within the past twelve months, .
Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural ileep.
in the way of furs. They are less no less than fourteen have been abso- American. ,
led by the nimble tongue of the sales- lutely cured by Chamberlain's Cough The Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend

man and are now better equipped to Remedy. This must surely be a record." Lewis Ockerman, Goshen, Ind.: "De-

judge for themselves as to the real For sale by Wilson & Son. Witt's Little Early Risers never bend me GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS.

value of -a fur than before. One may double like other pills, but do their work
thoroughly and make me feel like a boy."
truthfully that certain furs .
say are as
Certain, thorough, gentle. Wilson & Bears the Signature of
; good value as diamonds., Their value, Son.
does not fluctuate. I refer to Russian Harry Lehr. New York's most

crown sable. This choice fur is too distinguished dog caterer. Is back in Blindfolded Male

well understood to require special mention town and prepared for the social sea The mule drivers"'who take their animals

r\ and it is safe to say that there is son.-Washington Post. across the South American Andes

' not a woman in the world who would What's this-the lIon. David Bennett always cover the eyes of the mules

: not be glad to own even a neckpiece 0: Hill a member of a house party? If with a poncho while they put on the ,

mf- .this fur. This can be understood when David is not careful, he will get his heavy loads. If they could see, they

one tells the price. One undressed skin name entangled with a matrimonial ru- would be unmanageable; but blindfolded The KM! You Have Always Bought

costs from $.00 to $250: and the skinis .-Washington Post. they meekly accept their burdens.

no larger than a mink, if as large.I Leopold of Belgium isn't so much of
!In Use For Over 30 Years.
saw a shoulder cape of this precious a king as Edward of England; but if Cucumbers.

fur, and it cost $0,000. It reached just all accounts be true, he can stand having Cucumbers, it Is said, contain an THC CENTAUR COMPANY, TT feUftlUV SYNC[?, NEW YOUR CITY.tIJTtIW .. .. . .
to the hips. Real ermine is another expensive a royal good time a great deal bet- acid that is helpful !n cases of dys- --,_-...! ..-';,.-.-.:_-:-_. ". ,..- -' .- -- .. ;t.-.''i'--" '--. 1i-:' "' -- ';:" <-.-_... -- -. '' .\C .. e
fur. This can easily be un- ter.-Philadelphia Ledger. pepsia. ." J. .
derstood when the sizeof the tiny animal Mr. Yerkes has just acquired another
After when feel cold
exposure or you a - - -- - -
is considered. Seal, sea otter and English railway. Why not cut the earthin coming on, take a dose of Foley's Honey

beaver come next. Sea otter is rare two and let Morgan and Yerkes and Tar. It never fails to stop a cold if

and Is exceedingly rich. Chinchilla Is draw straws for which half each will taken in time. Wilson & Son. I ASTHMA CORE FREE Y

a handsome fur and lends itself for take?-Baltimore American.It .

s trimmings very well Indeed. There are Is hinted that the German emperorIs He Likes a Fan.

many capes of seal, lamb and baum becoming slightly Jealous of Count The Chinaman carries a fan even it
71 .
Asthmalene Instant Relief and Permanent
; marten and stone marten. These two von Waldersee. If the count is wise, he is a soldier on active service or il Brings .- z ..

last mentioned are mostly dyed to re- he will appear In citizen's clothes occasionally he is going to his execution. Cure in All Cases. -

.,*- semble real sable and make handsome .' =
and take his name out of the 3 :"

garments. Lynx, black bear, opossum, newspapers.Washington Star. Webster.It SENT ABSOLUTELY FREE OX RECEIPT OF POSTAL.. = "
has been said of Webster thai ; a
wolverene, mink, raccoon and all the
,. foxes are used to make the fashionable "I had long suffered from indigestion," when his :Maker gave him those splendid WHITE TOOK NAME AND ADDRESS PLAINLY.

ii furs of the reason. The smallr writes G. A. LeDeis, Cedar City, Mo. eyes, the like of which no Ameri .

r pieces, such as collarettes, are made of "Like others I tried many preparations, can in public life has possessed before There is nothing like Asthmalene Tr

'. all these, and they .are designed in various but never found anything that did me or since, he was destined to become thE CHAI NED It brings instant relief, even: in tb\;'- r
F shapes and styles.' Stole frontsare rood until I took Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. orator, the embodiment of eloquence. worst ca.:ea.*It cures when all else fails.
One bottle cured A friend who had FOB TEN
probably .the best liked, but the me. The Eev. C. F. Wells, of Villa Eidge,
suffered similarly I put on the use of Ko When: suffering! from racking cough,
111., : "Your trial bottle of Asthmalene
double storm collars are also In great dol take a dose of Foley's Honey and Tar. YEARS says
Dyspepsia Cure. lie is gaining fast, received in good condition. I cannot tell
demand.I and will soon be able to work. Before The soreness will be relieved and a warm, you how thankful I feel for the good derived -
have purposely left the Ignoble he used Kodol Dyspepsia Cure indigestion !irratefnl feeling and healing of the paits 4f from it. I was slave, chained
skunk to the last, because it deserves a had made him a total wreck." Wilson & will be experienced. Wilson & Son. ._ putrid sore throat and asthma for tea

special mention. There Is no fur, aside Son. .1 years I despaired of ever being cured, I '
saw your advertisement for the care of
\ from sable so rich in color or so soft Vapor Iht HiM. this dreadful and tormenting disease,asthma '

and velvety of fur as this. It is especially HORSE TALK. The value of vapor nUll hot air bail and thought you had overspokcn yourselves -
well adapted for bordering of but resolved to give it a trial. To .
as a means of promoting the respiratory :: '
I O A. Otis, Jr., is the new owner of my astonishment the trial acted like s *
other less beautiful furs, and even seal '
functions of the skin has been recognized charm. Send me a fulbized bottle.'
gains new beauty when bordered with Alberto D., 2:14M-. from very ancient times.Polialied ,I
this superb fur. The animal itself The trotter Joe Selby, 2:28%, by DonL. Rabbi of the Cong. Bnai hni(l.

has white stripes down each side, so it ., stands seventeen hands. Floors t'R Drs.Taft Bros' Medicine New York Co.Geutkutn ,.Jan. 3, 1001.

is dyed a uniform black. Many boas The dam of Coxey hay gelding, 2:13 In Europe, where polished floors haveso : Your asthiualene w an excellent -

and collarettes are made entirely of by Judge Cox, Is Pattie,byWae Hamp long been popular, it is the custom remedy for asthma and hay fever
this, and the cost is from $20 to $30 ton. to polish them carefully and preferablywith and its composition alleviates all troubles
which combine with asthma ltSSUl't.'eMia
according to size. No other fur is Pimlico track Baltimore, contem a cloth fastened on the shoe. Professional astonishing and wonderful. After having

more beautiful in point of 'color and plates securing a place in the grand cleaners or polishers hart it carefully analyzed we can state that

\ depth and richness. circuit next season. learned to skate about at a great rate Asthmalene contains no opium, chloroform

The\ different fox boas are very pret- The dam of Home Circle, :1314, pacing and to do polishing quickly and well.ECZEMA'S EVERY RINOD or ether.HEDR.Very. MOBEIS truly yours WEI,IISLEX. .
ty for ladies, while sable are ----
young by A.xtell. is Marquette dam of
only for those whose dollars are as rianet.2:04 a.pacing. by Jersey Wilkes RELIEF. Avon Springs, X. Y., Feb. 1, IWH.
vice'rsa.. Dr. Taft Br<> Medicine Co.
their wrinkles or
many as Dr. M. T. Lewis, Bay Ridge N. Y.. Gentlemen: I write this testimonial fiona
Many cloth nnl1"l'lnt cloaks are lined has bought the pacing mare Prestoria sense of duty, having tested the wonderful effect of your Asthmalene for the cure of asth*

with Siberian squirrel and other furs.I Wilkes 2:13 2, by Anderson Wilkes: IS TORTURE.Eczema ma. My wife has been afflicted with spasmodic asthma for the past 12 years. Having exhausted
noticed one three-quarter coat of.. price. $700.Twentyfour. my own skill as well as many others I chanced to see your sign upon your wind.Wl!
brown and this lined all on 130th street, New York. I at once obtained a bottle of Abthmalene. My wife commenced
kersey, was is caused acid humor in
by an
brood mares from Palo taking it about the first of November. I very soon noticed a radical improvement After
through with mink. There were a large Alto, nearly all old or elderly and on the blood coning in contact with the sins one bottle her asthma has disappeared and she is entirely free from all symptoms. I
shawl collar and deep cuffs. Only the of them EI'ctionN'rH'I skin and producing great redness and inflammation feel that I can consistently recommend the medicine to all who are afflicted with thia diJ.
collar and facing showed and the cuffs. quarter by ) ; little pustular eruptions form ressiug disea;e. Yours respectfully, O. D. PnEU8, }I. D.
sold at auction at Sacramento recentlyfor and thin fluid which
and un- discharge a sticky Dr. Taft
Muffs are unusually large Bros' Medicine Co.
$_'.i5;, an average of $114.7;). dries and scales off sometimes the skin is
trimmed. Of course there are many Gentlemen: I was troubled with asthma for 22 years. I have tried numerous remedies
Foxy Quiller. the peculiarly named hard, dry and fissured. Eczema in any but they have all failed. I ran across your advertisement and started with it trial bottle.
fancy muffs where there are brother: of Cresceus. 2:022: !%. is owned by form is a tormenting, stubborn disease, I found relief at once. I have since purchased your full-size bottle and I am ever grate-
Ilanford S. Brown of Deadwood S. D. and the itching and burning at times are til. I have family of four children and for six years was unable to work. I am now in the
almost unbearable ; the acid burning best of health and am doing business every day. This testimony you can make such use of
lIe is a sixteen band bay stallion and as see fit. Home address, 235 Riviugton street. S. RAPHAEL
: humor seems to ooze out and set the skinon you ,
i? will be worked for speed at Denver. fire. Salves, washes nor other exter- 67 East 129th st., New York City.

w nal applications do any real good, for as
The excitement incident to traveling: long as the poison remains in the bloodit TRIAL BOTTLE SENT ABSOLUTELY FREE ON RECEIPT OF POSTAL. .

and change of food and water often will keep the skin irritated.

brings on diarrhoea, and for this reason BAD FORM OF TETTER."For Do not delay. Write at once, addressing DR. TAFT BROS' MEDICINE CO., 79 Bait
no one should leave home without a bot- three I 130th St., New York City.Sold.
tle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and had Tetter "ou my by AII Drum gists.PilAMERICANEXPOSITION.
Diarrhoea Remedy. For sale by Wilson hands, which caused
them to swtll to twice
& Son. their natural size. Part
of the time the disease
Use* For Sawdust. was in the form i f running -
Slabs for parquet floors have been sores, 'ery pain ,-
ful, and causing me "
made from sawdust, as well as plates much discomfort Four :, ,
panels and doctors said the Tetter".
for bas-reliefs, art castings
had progressed too far -;
decorations. Terra cotta lumber and to be cured, and they #;
lumber are both instances of could d> nothing for iIwf The SeaboardAirLine '
artificial \
me. I t ok only three Railway-
the utilization of sawdust. Sawdust bottles of S. S. S. andwascompletelycured.:
compositions have also boon used for t 't '
fi This was fifteen vears'3 rj
sidewalks and dinner plates. ago, and I have never OFFERS ne
since seen any sign of my old trouble."-MRS.I .
,. B. JACKSON, 1414 McGee St., Kansas City, Mo. i'aq
. Potato llioti. LOW EXCURSION RATES
S. S. S. neutralizes this acid poison,
were first broughtInto
When potatoes cools the blood and restores it to a healthy,
Russia, the people rvjocteJ them. natural state, and the rough, unhealthyskin FROM ALL FLORIDA. POiNTS \
called devil's apples:, and ----- .
i They were becomes soft, smooth and dear.ssscures '
BLACK LICE AND WIIITE NET GOWN. their introduction caused riots in sev Tetter, Ery- RATES FROM JACKSONVILLE, $42.95 and $42.30. f.

arrangements of velvet and ribbon, but eral parts of the empire.The Psoriasis and all, skin Salt Tickets on sale -daily. Corresponding rates from other points. Double l Daily .ri

they are only for exceptional cases, for due to a pois- Service, including Sunday, via Richmond and Washington. ,. .
the best style now Is the large muff Longest Bridge.

that will do some good. They are not The longest bridge in the world is blood. Send for our book and write of the us QUICK SCHEDULES. LATEST PULLMAN EQUIPMENT.For .

flat and flabby like those of our grandmothers the Lion bridge, near Saugang, in Chi about your case. Our physicians have

but round and well stuffed. na. It extends Z'4 miles over an arm made these diseases a life study, and can further information, writeE. ,,'

Many of the pretty camel's hair and of the Yellow !sea and is supported by help you by their advice ; we make no L. BUNCH, Gen. Pass. Agent A. O. MxcDONELL A&t. Gen. Past Agent

zibellne and also some of the cheviotsare 300 huge stone arches. The roadway la charge for this service. All correspondenceis Portsmouth, Va. Jacksonville, PIa
bands of seventy feet above the water and i3 conducted in strictest confidence.THE .
trimmed by very narrow JAS. :M. BARR, Vice-Pyowdent and General Manager Portsmouth Va.
inclosed in an iron network. SWIFT SPECIFIC CO. ATLANTA, GJL
some suitable fur. This makes a really :i1.: /

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,: . .L. HUGHLETT/'M: D ,L.T..DANIEL t. -> :(.' -: '. -, Deveaux Sams and wife were here on a
D. D. 8.-Offices 'The""Indian River t
over '. visit to Mrs. Sams parents within the ?
Drag Go's stores,the leading Drag establishment Gray
last few
r '--: :> .- of the Indian rver country.', '" ." days. I

.; The Finest Cake The new vegetable such as bean
WILLIAM HINDLE..:=Undertaker and Em- crop ,
k ., ..balraer. Bicycles and,Sewing Machine sap;= tomatoes and Irish potatoes, begins to f
\plies. Tinning an( Pipe Fitting,' Repairing show up, and all things being} equal: hereafter "My hair vas falling out awl
: ,c" .'.-of Every Description. Agent. for Beveridge not too much rain nor too dry, the turning gray very fast. But jwrHair

Steam Cooker. prospects are for a good crop. Vigor stopped the falling tad
restored the natural! color."-Mrs.
i x.A Is made with Bak-
RANK LIPP-Practical Shoemaker Forty
years experience; all kind of repairing Royal Mrs. Black, formerly of this place but E. Z. Benomme, Cohoes, N. Y.
; now of West Palm Beach, is here visiting -
-f done,Jiiee and cheap; also ladies'and men's .
-shoes made to order. - among her old neighbors, ami theyare

.. tOO TO JM. SANDERS, The Old Reliable ing Powder. Always light, much pleased to see her. She leaves It's impossible for you

.:tore for good- fresh and reliable'goods next.Monday. for West Palm. Beach. not to look old, with the

> *such as Dry Goods!,' Saddlery Crockery It is now reported that Mr. Joe Bruner color of in
Hats,Trunks and a full. line of Groceries. sweet <& wholesome. seventy years
pure and family, of this place, and who havejust hair I Perhaps
,. CABVIS HOUSE Open'all the year round. arrived, will rent rooms in Rock- your you

Pleasant location facing the river on riverfront ledge and reside there for the next two are seventy, and you like
Rates>2.00 per day,special terms by
.' _the week or month.'MKLBOURNE months or so, because of business your gray hair! If not,

r: BUSINESS DIRECTORY. ,KOCKLEDGE. I I I to come and will start just as soon as erations.It l'Onsid'I' use Ayer's Hair Vigor.In .

MELBOURNE STATE BANK-Capital Mr. H. S. Williams is spending a 'few I possible. is now learned that Dr. Capron and less than a month your

1 000. F. H. Fee, president; C. M. Horton, days with his son Syd, at Ft. Pierce. There will be much improvement along family are likely to be on Indian river in I hair will have all the
few gray
cashier. The only bank on the lower river a day Mrs. Capron, it is said, is
'and the pineapple region of Brevard county. Rev. Mr. Martin, the Episcopal minis- ; the river front this winter, as several rapidly improving from her recent sickness dark, rich color of youth.
ter of Merritt, took dinner with Mr. and property owners expect to put electric
and it is
now hoped that she will be SUSikttic.If A. 1 dry gM .
FORT. PIERCE BUSINESS 'DIRECTORY. 'I Mrs. Dymock on Friday in Rockledge.The I lights about their premises. Mr. L. de able to make the journey to her Florida

f f <:J. P. PLAITS Physician and Surgeon. I roads are being much improved Give, who purchased the Osterly place home.A your druggut cannot ''ipply j..,
Calls to any point on the river promptly lat spring, will put in an electric light send ua one dolor and we will eiprw
and Cocoa much
answered. PA t Pierce Florida. Rockledge to plant and make extensive improvements German family, direct from Berlin, you a bottle. Be sure and !the t BMM I
the gratification of the traveling public. the of your nearest express om-ceo A dot""*,
by of Kehler arrived I
name here
;about the house, inside and out. )Ir. on J. C. AY}! CO., Lowell Msu. j
1 li : RIVER RIPPLES.'Q'aragraphs Mrs. S. 0. Wade is recovering from her Currier, too, will erect an electric plant, :the 17th inst. and are located in Boetus
i :: INDIAN recent railroad accident and is much like while Mr. Pettee will light his residence, :cottage, near Rev. J. H. White's. Their -- I

.V. \, herself again,after her rough experience. cottages and lawns with electricity. It inability to speak the English language I oat to keep it from their place ;

Personal and Newsy Briefs Mr. R. Frank Hatch, station agent; of i I will make the driving between the two makes"ntentions.difficult to learn much of their The ferry was disabled for onedftf

at Towns Along the Coast. the; F. E. C. railroad at Daytona, frithhis towns very pleasant at night. I owing to a broken cable. A heavy eeft"'

'.' wife and baby arrived last week to Mrs. Fred Bryan has been quite ill but Prof. Teeter, the expert superintendentof was breaking over the lighter but tt ttt

; COCOA. visit with relatives in Rockledge.Mr. is better at this writing. On Sunday teachers employed in Brevard county, tunately did no damage, as the ho.w WIll
Rev. A. M. Daiger is expected to fill Garvey arrived on Wednesday of night she gave birth to a little daughterwho has visited our public school here and if not one that frightened e -ily.
nhe pulpit at the M..E. Church South reports are true he is likely to the ,.
: last week to view his possessions on In- lived only a few hours. The little prove - - .1'IOKGAN
.. cnext Sunday morning and evening. dian river. He found his grove in fine one was buried Monday afternoon, Rev.J. right man in the right place. This new & JONES,

Moonlight nights and no mosquitoes condition and is satisfied with results. L. Wilson conducting the services over departure or experiment is likely to

; mr are attracting the cyclers onto the old the little remains. Thus the little spirit prove of great benefit to our public RE.\LEST.\TE. AND INSURt
: :Mrs. L. C. Clifton, who has paid along I schools in
unifying and making
tbeaten paths and on invigorating rides. took its flight before the battle of life more Loans, Notary Public
visit with her relatives Mr. H. S.
r t e teachers' efforts in disciplining 0
Capt. and Mrs. Fred Aldrich and little Williams and J. S. Coats and families, was begun, and the parents know that and advancing the scholars in Collections, Tj pew ritiag.TITUSVILLE. StiR'''''.
there will be
daughter arrived from Connecticut on returned to her home in Jacksonville on their studies. However it will take timeto FLA.
afternoon and located at the "A fair maiden in oar Father's king- .
Tuesday are
Monday.Rev the - -- -- - -
dom" prove efficacy of this new featureor

Thomas: Cottage. Mr. Jackson a noted foreign mis- departure in our schools.KOSKLANU..
waiting for them. God had use, for the BOBBINSGRAHAM
t "*iJ A young Florida voter came to make' sionary who has traveled the world over, little life and called it home.
,, : ;; Qua home with Mi. and Mrs. Baumgard- stopped Rockledge on Tuesday and .

iY.i 7 .L !aeron Sunday afternoan. Mother and was the guest of Rev. J. L. Wilson over EAU GALLIE.Dr. Mr. R. R. Gladwin has opened a fish &

{, ..,:...j,.:". babe getting along finely. night. He left on the southbound trainon Hebard, Sen., and Mrs. Hebard camp here, operating four boats at CO.

i-.f' .,f :... Capt. Wm D. Oliver, of Daytona, is Wednesday.Mr. arrived on Tuesday.Mr. present.

j.x, ,. .-: visiting his old haunts in Cocoa and S. B. Aldndge arrived last week to Willahan Titusvilb Sun- Mr. W. J. Bass, of Fort Pierce, has (Incorporated. Paid op Capital ..M.M )
?, spent
_ i a=- ... ': Shunting old friends. He returns to This company owns !lands
:" up make ready the Currier premises for the day with friends in Eau Gallie.E. bought a Gray marine engine from Mr.
::.. .;f Daytona? on Tuesday of next week. reception of his sister, Mrs. Currier. Mr. W. P. Underwood.Mrs. in the Indian River Coun-

C \, 'r. Archdeacon B. F. Brown officiated at and Mrs. Currier arrived on Tuesday, Spiller is painting and overhaulinghis J. G. Hardee, of, Cocoanut Grove, try, on the St. Lucie River,
for the winter business.
I :; <. --f*'J. divine service at St. Mark's on last Sunday and their friends are all glad to see them sloop with her children, is visiting her parents, at New River, and on Biscayne -

f" :..F. : *. morning, and a good congregation back again for the winter. Capt. Jno. Houston is building a coupleof Mr. and Mrs. D. Cain. Bay.

%. ';; .t to greet him. He is but re- boats for a fish firm at Fort Pierce. '
vwae present Mr. Bruner brother llflr.. L. Bruner
15*- .i Mr. F. W. White spent a few days last PRICES TO SUIT TilE TIMES
". -,.r: -':; oently returned from his trip to the of Georgiana, has rented rooms in Palm The Kathleen is on the ways this week week in Woodley in the interest of his

E i- :' /: ..: rnortheast. Cottage, on Barton avenue, and has having the usual fall overhauling done. wood and post contracts.A Send for land lint

t "', Mr.E. C. Johnson' is tusseling with II brought his family to Rockledge for awhile OFFICES AT . .
Mrs. Weller has
'.' accepted a positionfor forest fire <-3.llsedIr.:: Underwoodand
,:." ; the grip 'and scarletina combined, and Mr. Bruner is a carpenter and is the winter in a hotel at Palm Beach. Mr. Bowlar some trouble to put it TITUSVILLE 4n MI 4 MI
IE. C. doesn't like such odds against him. engaged to help erect the elegant residence I
s :Mire. Johnson and children have a light of Mr. L. R. Pettee. Mrs. W. J. Xe&bltt returned from a
tttack of scarletina, but are getting on pleasant holiday in the north on :Satur She Didn't Wear a Mask I
Messrs. G. N R. Frank and Charlie
.1. tfiaely. It is hoped the disease will be But her beauty was completely hidden by 4.J .
.t\." Hatch and Rupert Paxton left on Sunday day.The sores, blotches and pimples till she ustdBuckleu's
r -confined to that one family and not get Vivell
; Cottage, on Highland a'enue
0 morning for a two weeks' trip on the Arnica Salve. Then they vanished
; into the schools. is being made ready for winter will all fever
S west side hunting. Of course the dog as eruptions, sores,
{ Dr. Hughlett is one of the busiest men was one ot the essentials of the outfit. guests. boil, ulcers, carbuncles and felons from 1 ta

::\: on the east coast. On Friday he was They expect a glorious time. They wentto Mrs. Treutler has two men at work its nee": Infallible for cuts, corns, burns,

4' *salled to Eau: Gallie on a professional the region of Lake Winder.Mr. cleaning up the grounds around her Eau scalds Wilson and piles. Cure guaranteed 2oc
at & Son's and J. B. Screven's. 3 r
visit and on Saturday to Titusville, to re- Gallie home.
Wm. Merwin, who spends his win- th =
vturn on Sunday to meet a telegram to ters in his fine home in Rockledge, has Frank and Everett II bard arrived in For Over Fifty Years d
Ft. Pierce and Tuesday '
:come right on to on 1
been ill all summer and is now in the Eau Gallie on Tuesday. Mrs. Hebard JiBS. W111 SLOW'S SOOTHING 8YBCP has bet5J
.,b morning a launch came up as far as useu for over fifty Years by millions mother
will arrive in few .
sanitarium at Dansvillle X. Y. Whenhe a days.E.
"Magruder's: dock and a wheel secured ascmore for their children, while teething, with perfe.t3uccPss
is able he is coming to Hot 11 vjothe.s the child, soften the gums (rign ,r.b ;
: Springs, S. Randall of Boston is l
rapid transit to Cocoa to call him having a ailaysallpatn.eureswind colic, and Is the best
4 N. C., but thinks he will hardly get as newly invented retort placed in his remedy for Diarrhoea. It will relieve the poor
v-io Eau Gallie again. He went on his little sufferer Immediately. sold by Druggists Is t l
k.i 'nvheel to Magruder's and thence by boat far south as Florida this winter.It launch now in Hodgson's boat yard.J. In every bottle.part Be of sure the and world.ask Twenty-five for "Mrs. Winslow centsa -

io Eau Gallie. Several patients at home is reported that Rev. W. E. Smith, E. M. Hodgson:; ha! been appointeda 'e "o'.thia -,yrup *' and tag,- no other Bid WHEN THE FIREBUG IS AROUNDIt

needed his attention very much while he who filled the pulpit at Rockledge chapel notary public for the state of Florida ----.- -

I :attended these foreign patients. The I last winter, and was expected to return at large by his excellency, the governor. GEO.1I. BOBBINS, F. A. MORGAN is home comfort to fi-ei that you an-

i 1 doctor should have a partner, but then again this winter, will not be ahle to do President. Actuary. properly insured.
t", :Eau Gallie and Ft. Pierre will This is
cross security obtained at a tri..
.the patients would want Dr. Hughlett, so, as his congregation in New York does .
bats on the Eau: Gallie ground again on BREVARD outlay
'not the partner. not wish to spare him this season. :Many
r A close is looked ,. .
tj' Saturday game M-\W \- W nM/.nhvA FIRE INSURANCErates
will be sorry if he does not return.
!. I Cocoa was treated to an alarm on Tuesday not and when
are high, consideredMI !
S that might have resulted in Capt. Fred Aldrich has returned and for.Dr. Abstract of TitleCOMPANY .
very Lansing has one of the handsomest connection with the "great, brn tita conferred
i l; I serious damage to the town. The littler will be connected with the Sew Rock- cottages; in the town for rent. Several ,.. ......,"""" "" ....- are very I >w No roan of property

.. I warehouse on dock at Sanders' store ledge, in Rockledge, this winter. He applications have already been receivedfor should urple't t'i fui''!y l'tI\.flid.

y 'was set on fire, presumably by sparks came from New Haven and from Mr. it. C. S. SOHTJYLER
Shares whom he is in a critical Will furnish abstracts of title ,
from the little steamer, Tuesday forenoon says con-
G. Ronald of Lotus
was a player on for
;.amis in Brevard
i dition. Mr. and Mrs. Shares started couuty. Titusville Fla.
'f"f / and it was well under when
way the Cocoa baseball team on Friday last.
i' for the south but had to turn back OFJo'ICE'USDER LAW OFFICE OF -
): lsoover. Prompt action and brave once
t Mr. Ronald came down in his fine launch
; -effort coupled with hard work and vigilance because Mr. S. was not able to stand the Utilis. GEO. M. BOBBINS. TITUSVILLE. FLA R. L. MOTLOW

f saved the surrounding buildings trip. They have everything in readiness

: t,7b ." -.and confined the flames to the ware- The Spartan has been on the ways John R. Walker. ('. H. Swaiu

: house. Trafford's having a new wheel and shaft placedin
bakery and the Jarvis
House were in great danger and were seon'sEmulSion position. Increased speed and comfort John R. Walker & CO'I i /.
I ,
.: raved only by heroic eff rts. If they is the result. d

K r had ignited the whole business part, if Mr. J. A. Gilbert'andlr3.I.G.Gil- DEALERS IN- !

eo not the residence part, of central town bert are expected on the 10th prox. DRY GOODS

would have been swept away, for a brisk They will leave St. Paul, Minn., about S

'" '.wind was blowing. Another showing of I i the 1st prox., stopping at one or two MILLINERY

the needs of a fire engine or better means points on the way south. ,

1 I ,to fight fire with. FURNITURE
Rev. Mr. Black conducts services in ,
11 I
Mrs. Grace Magruder-Hill, who hasbeen of Cod Liver Oil is the means the Baptist church Sunday. Revival )

'- ill with tuberculosis for some of life, and enjoyment of life to I services were held by another divine in 2y ----

+ ,'_ months, passed away on last Sunday and the same building during the past wet k.
I. thousands
-4 : men women
t .:morning at an early hour. She was laid
i 1z. : 1i v,o rest beside her first husband, Mr. AlI. children. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Jordan spent Friday ; .

. ,'bert Magruder, at Cocoa cemetery on and Saturday in the county town, '
i When fails it
appetite restores returning Jordan contemplates / 4 _r
Sunday afternoon, Rev. J. L. Wilson
it. When food is a adding to his holdings in Eau
y conducting the services. She leaves two 'tinyi FINE WHISKIES WINES
Gallie. BRAD!ES
little children, 8 and 10 years old, Helen burden it lifts the burden. xL i ,

:end Ralph, who have taken up their \Vhen youlose fleshit bringsthe Melbourne was well represented at the a1 GINS, BOTTLED BEERS,

residence with their grandfather, Col. C. baseball game on Saturday. Among the TITUSVILLE and COCOA t
of health.
t \ J5. Magruder, of South Rockledge. The plumpness ladies noticed were the Misses Nicholson, uIr. ,

Sympathy of the entire community goes When work is hard and Miss Jessie Goode and others.11 returned { l.a.. ?Y I II
out to the little orphans, and much ad- duty is heavy, it makes life by the afternoon train. I - F t COAST MEAT MARKET

-z. .miration is expressed for Miss Sallie Ma- bright.It Our young people enjoyed a pleasant:: ,.,- .+i'I I> I IG G. F. DUBEX, Agent,

gruder in her constant attention and care I dance at the Indian River Inn on Satur-

+ .devoted to the invalid and her little ones. is the thin edge of the day evening la t. Refreshments w reserved (

by both parents at so tender au age, but sic also rendered of the Florida
? But what is the use of food was by some 0 ,
they know or will know that their loved FOUNT i.\D KOTTLI] SODA, '
1k j i guests present. The mandolin solos by a"jW
when hate it and can't digest
arenta will be watching and waiting for you I Mr. Willahan, of Titusville, were much COAFECTIOAS, Fill'IT,

t them, and this may be the one thing to it? enjoyed.The 1AllS i\l> TOIMcCO, 3 sterl i

r. 's" mould their young lives into the Chris- a ;,
Scott's Emulsion of Cod
baseball game on Saturday last eats
tian characters their parents would have Titusville Fla. i t
between the Eau Gailie and Fort ,
them to be. Liver Oil is thefood that makes Pierce f
clubs resulted in a victory for the Eau IJf all

.l t FOR SALE. you forget your stomach.If Gallie boys by a score of 13 to 1. A s
have send for PJSQ & ;CURE FOfT
you not tried It.
Schooner yacht built for power, 35 feet free s I to pie its agreeable taste will large crowd of onlookers] were present CURES WhEBE ALL ELSE FAltST Kia4s.Titusv .
< long, about 10 feet beam, with hunting 3ur you.rE from the surrounding towns and great Best Cough Syrup. Tastes Good. Use

[ scabin. Draft light about 23 inches. In 4(4 "':&**reeti BOWNE, Chemists New York. enthusiasm was displayed by the many In time. Sold by druggists.

.7!, ..:good condition. Inquire at STAR office. 50\ l il.OO : aU druggists. friends of the two rival teams. iUe, Florida.

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