Group Title: Florida star (Titusville, FL)
Title: The Florida star
Full Citation
Permanent Link:
 Material Information
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: June 13, 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).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00075901
Volume ID: VID00630
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
 Related Items
Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

Full Text
'. mac,. :: i_,.'a r ?Y- .tr. _,,.,,,-? '-", c.' #"T.'t :'_ fi".gg" .- . -+ .. _
1 s :
:giy 1' .. t .. 1' ',.'. K i v fT. r. l- -iFSa -v+Tly' -

.., ,t, ,;p"r.'''' { t- 'y 3=.;.t' .i 'V =_.. wi(iiC- : 3 t-.. r F .Y N- .,. .y 4.' .1rV' t.": ..,;G'i; .-...; 'r er f 4 r. ,..",.1o'( w.+asa..on..w r r. .= .'b

., ,: ,

;] : 1'j... *t: J "- 1-- ,, a .-' ,- . .

-. ::0" \
:' & ". "- 4t .
: I . :i ,.'; ' ." ,' .,:.: >; ... /l. ,;' .:, \', ,,_ . ,. , ,. ''' ': ... ., -
.. 'I '. ;' _:'.',.,.. .'":...5. of oJ, ,;Mi- _!. 1 :., .r. .'." "'.; ",.,'>'V" '\. <.> .- '. . - \ .." ,.. 'f'' Of. .
, > : ::'Z"f ;" : ; t ., '- ::,"' .. .' .
,; ,, -' /
.i j '

" r' ,- 6' THE- FLORIDA. STAR. : FRIDAY,. JUNE. .13" 1902.i' .. ,

F ,

i", k 433r : PLANS mR THE CORONATION.I PRHl SUMMER[ HATS.I they edge hang of the at brims the back curled to along a certain so that de jJN "THE is PARADISE EAST COAST REGAINED.OP FLORIDA" fI } 'r , ,

1 gree. Others are'arranged to set up ,

London la Now Undergoing.a Remarkable Some of the, Xeir Shape and How high at the left side and hares the I

:. .. Chance In Appearance. They .Are Trimmed. usual quota of flowers and lace at the pjl II
[Special Correspondence] COAST
; Y f top. but with a second band along the FIORIDA EAST RAILWAY I
k i Special. Correspondence. of The Florida Star. Sew York, June S.-At the theater
; I side to sustain the hat. and this cov-
the other night I sat and watched the

r": l\ -. c- for London the coronation, June 3.The go .on apace preparations and as procession of 'fine, hats go': 'by. as the ered horsehair with and One style brim has but a flat the LOCAL TIME CARD No. 40. In Effect April 15, ((902.

&, the day for. the greatpageant draws wearers took their places-flat hats, outer edge of this is covered with a SOUTHBOUND-READ DOWN. NORTHBOUND-READ UP. .' '
t pi hats tilted at angle of 45 degrees.
an -- I i
:" nearer the prices for windows from -----'I'
t. fume of chiffon studded with leaf '

; i which to viewthe, royal procession rise turbans drooping, toques hats, aureole and hats hats twisted, tricornes and, shaped spangles and these droop Dally. 39'No.I Da 351) MAIN LINE INO. lyl 7S'No.I 3z1 .i I

, ;: with leaps and bounds. Thousands of down all around. This is very elegant.

'. ., dollars are being paid for the rental of tortured into a dozen curves and turnsso is 5 CO p C !9 40 aLv! ..................cksonville....................Ar 1 CO p 855 a503p
that no one could tell what they Under the brim at the left side a 9 49 11 L'v..................So & .................. G 3.. 8478. ..
i. .. choice positions, a remarkable contrast line of pink picayune roses. The chiffon 615 p'll) t5 a ...................... St. Au stine...................... 5 50 p 7 4 S a a
were originally intended for. And be- G t5 p'II' 2i a ........................ nastinr..._.................... 5t p 1IOa
: 4 to the cost in the days of the Charles flounce droops at least three inches 1 07 p'II 42& ..................... East Palatk30 ..........,........... 'tolip 66a yl }
and James monarchs. sides these were great flat straw .hats o< 7 SJ p 1213 I' .......................... Neo a. .......................... t 23 p 612& sE
some left flat and trimmed by Immense lower in the back than in the front. : 1 4j p 113 31p........................ Runne-lIs......................... 414 p 609a a 2_
,: i t One man, Dr. Henry S. Lunn, has Chiffon in folds is still very much &::: 7 521' 13 37 p ......................... DIpont.......................... t CS p 6 O.a w i
bows and falling ends and others o 8191.i 1 C5 p ......................... ()rmond.......................... 3 iZp 633& ."
3 effected a "corner" in seats, having liked, and the brims are made of it in ... II 33 pi! 115 p ......... ........... D.lytonl1......................... 3 31 p 627 i o Ie ,
n- tied up at the sides by wide black colors !x 8331'1123 p ......................Port Orange............ ........... 321 p IS a 1:0
:: rx grosgrain ribbon threaded through white black and all sorts of < 9 COp liSp'w Smyrna... .. ...............13 iOO& ;: 1a
... t. and tints. Poppy red is a favorite. .. ... 2 C3p .:......... ..... .....Oak Hill......................... ::: C31'I....... ;; :i
i-; slits made in the straw. These are H ....... 2471' .......... ........... 'l1tus\'ille. '.......... ........... 2 p ....... n
One hat was in a pale blue chiffon in < 4 ....... 321p.:................. ...... Cocoa. :.. .................... 323p.. .. f' a
ar coarse basket chip hats, white or blue .s 0 ........ 3 :] p........................ ROt.klt'dle........................ 120 II ..:::.. >:: p .
t smoked. They are sometimes bound folds topped by half a basket of .4 ...... 3 57p ...................Eau ........................ 43p ....... 3 :: .
z. "- I o anemones mingled with imitations of it =: .:...... 4 C51> ........................Melbourne.: .........................12 33i'........ m .'t.
'-o' F with narrow bands of black and thereis Z 0 ........ 44511..................... .. ........................! a......... .:: 1'
, poppies of black] chiffon. Another hat yt Z ....... 5 23p ................... .. ..8t Lucie.. ....................... 11 Ala .. g v
' no band around the crown in any almost like it in form and material hada ::: ....... 5 4Sp ..................... Fort Pierce........................ 11 0I a..
case. The whole of the trimming is H ..... 5 53 p ..................... "'hUe City........................ 10 ....... ::: ;;
quantity of trailing arbutus. Picayune o .....:: G CS II ...............:........ Tibbals.......................... 10 ....... '
massed at the back, where the ribbonis 8 ....... G 031> ..................... ..... ........................... ........ xa ;
'.' roses are also extremely well .....: 61l p ......................... Jensen.....:.................... 10 45a..........
. : r arranged in loops and ends. The liked] for trimming these hats. Field j ......: 621p .....................r...Stuart.... ..................... 10 ........ :a
: Dl, o 0 ends hang down over the back hair. E+ ....... .G 61 P ...................... ope Sound:..................... 9 ....... .. 5.
. ; flowers are for children when mingled o ....... 'l C1p .......................west Jupiter ...................... 9:12u........ ; y
These hats are certainly very stylish. 1:1 ....... 7 40p ....................'\.estPalmBeach.................... 8 :811. ....... .'
.\ with grasses but many hats for their ....... sea p .........................Boyn'on .................... 833&...... ;;
'fi. They are not very dressy and suggest elders have daisies. ......... ...................... Ft. Lauderdaie.: ............."""... T 35a. ....... 3
Mgr runabout needs. Some are simply ....... 917p........................ Lemon City...................... 65111. ....... g
1 OLIVE HARPER. ........ ......... .................. }lismi. ... ....................... 6 a ....... o:
turned up at the sides, but others: are
.-.. made into tricornes. Those flat hats
Virulent Cancer Cur -d.
that are left quite as they were -
produced of wonderful advance
Startling proof a BRANCH LINES SCHEDULES: .
so far as shape goes, are most in medicine is given by druggist: IT. \\'.

. 1o ly for the young. Roberts, of. Elizabeth, W. Va. An old
',- But it is particularly of the romantic man there had long suffered with what .

'" 0 4dX. flat hat that I wish to speak those believed his 1
cer. They case hopeless till 47// S TA.TIO .
Daily 1 Dally Daily i Daily
whore the trimming is so disposed as he used Electric Bitter.-: and appliedBucklen's I Daily 1 Daily I Dally I D/l.url I Daily

to droop gracefully over the edges and Arnica Salve, which trt'atmenteompleteiy -1-3Jlll-6-3 pl 435p1115a a) 11.1; Lf........Palatka. ..... \ 25 al j 03 : pi 7263
4 55 .. . III
p 1135 & 650 ai Ar .Eut i'atatka .Lv 605 T 05 a 1148 6 C3 p7 CS p
cured him. When E'ectric'
hang down the back. I saw one made
Bitters are used to expel bilious, kidney MAYPORT BRANCH.
I Ii of plain black straw, trimmed with a
and microbe poisons: at tit same time, -
: full)) wreath of grapes black to green this salve exerts its matchless healinir No. 19 No. 11 I No.6. No.6 No. IS'No.' 20
through all periods of l'ilwl1e8s.ronnt1 power, blood diseases:, skin eruptions, Ulcers Daily I pail D lily I STATic' 5I. I Daily I Daily I Daily

() and partly over the whole brim was and pores vanish. Bitters! 50e( Salve 13J :2:: :0 p 9 Y5 a'Lv' ................... ;; -....... ............. 8 511.U 25p 6 Jp
i 23c. at J. B. Srreven's. 7 33p ::1:3 p 9 111 a f Lv.... ..........South Jacksonyille................Lv 811 a'1217'' e 23p
drawn a silk mull drapery, with a S'lJp 3 C31', 10 03a Lv.............. .... J'abloBE'lch .. ................Lv 145a 11 4i A II tOp
white embroidered > 815 p 3 CI; P 10 JOa Lv.... .............Atla1Itlc Beach..................Lv 140&,1140 a II t5
( ,1gThis was: so The Poor Thlrt"My EOp_3_20_pjlO 25 a Ar......................Mayport........... ........Lv 'I 23 a U25 a II 3J p 0
Y' A WINDOW'ALONG THE ROUTE. arranged as to droop just a little below goodness," remarked old Mrs.

i secured accommodations for 20,000 the edge of the brim all around and Mixem earnestly, "twins are bad but SAN MATEO BRANCH.No. .

k i people exclusive of those who will find was gathered into a loose knot at the there's a poor woman down the strep 67'No. 45'' No.48I
: No. 68
positions on the stands he is to erect at back, where the ends fill quite to the who's just hall eltultlrup
4 t' various places along the route, all of shoulders. The brunette wearer of this phisi! North American. 755p' 5 15 all v................ ......... ..East Pa.latka........................... 600a B to P
313p 53+ ..... ..... ....... ... .......San'o..... ......................Lv 5 Oa) a 23
4 : which tends to make owners rub their hat did as all of the others did-viz. During the summer kidney irregularities p

: hands with a smug satisfaction, for it kept it on until the curtain began/ : to go are often caused by excessive drink SANFORD BRANCH. I ORANGE CITY BRANCH. ;
ing or being overheated. Attend to the
'' Is a long time since they have had anT up so that all the other women could No. II 12No..
kidneys at once by using Foley's
I Kidney 8TATI0"S No.2
opportunity to Increase their revenues have a chance: to see it and think thatit Cure. Sulil by Wilson & $on. Dally \ D.tiIr : I Dally''No.4

with so little trouble to themselves. was not so very wonderful a f:('I. all, ---- 718a 705a Lv...:..........Titusyille.\r.... .............Lv 12J3ofj10 1071' 3 n 11"Lv.Ltke. '. Sn Ilfllen.Lv1 yrna..AN 143'-p l -.OP

;; To the average Londoner, however, but that they would get one almost Tnrklsh Suspicion 853a Lvr...........Osteen............La 1153: ai, 4 OJ Ii pI1!! :::9 aILv.oramr.+ C1ty.Lv,12, 55p 4 4 :43p tp
Even the highest personages in Turkey SMa Lv......... Enterprl"e..L\ II :::0 a 4 C5 1145 i5p/l
like it. not to flatter the ; p a'Ar.Ong. City t 15p
I the preparations and not the prices are wearer by 930& Ar.&ttnford.. ........Lv 11 0011. I Jc.Lvj11Z
are exempt suspicion.
of leading interest at present. Spec- copying it exactly.
r Their movements are watched and reported These Time Tables show the times at which trains may lie ('x {'('terl to arrive and de
Some of the flat hats had twists of art
tacular triumphs are I being arranged from the several stations but their
to the palace by an army of arrival or departure at: the times stated is not guaranteed,
f on an unprecedented scale. The streets white or other colored malines all)) spies who swarm in every quarter.Our nor therefrom.does the Company hold Itself responsible for any delay or any consequences arising

+? will be decorated with arches and around and along the edges of the

l' bunting in a way that will make even brim and falls of beautiful lace, some First Iron \nils. Peninsular and Occidental Steamship Connections at Miama.

blase noblemen open their of it looking; like real old rose point or The first iron nails made in this country -
hammered into Cum- KEY WEST AND HAVANA.
were shape at
duchesse point. Great I.bead cabochons -
wonder. What with parades, games, pcar
,' luncheons banquets and -entertainments are set at the sides! sometimes berland. R. I.. in 1777. SOUTHBOUND. NORTHBOUND.

+ coronation week will 'be in a rosette of tulle, but more often anon - -- tT. Miama, Mons. Weds ................11 53p Lv. Havana, Tues. Thurs .1 00
r ;> Ar. Key West.TUPS. Thurs. ............. ..12 33 p Ar. K.y West. Tues Thurs ............... 6 30 a
mad carnival of and ( of ribbon. The white lace is gathered Lv Key West, Tues. Thurs ............... p
33 Lv.
\ one Joy, now : 7 p Key West. Tues :Thurs ............... 7C3p
t ,; that peace has I been proclaimed the at the edge and drawn around the Mark Twain'sCousin. Ar.Havanall'eds.Fris..5.! vu I\ Ar Miami. Weds. F flS .. .... ............. 600a
crown and then twisted at the sides For copy of Local Time Card address any Agent.
:.p festivities will assume the aspect of a
..-$ national rejoicing. Westminster abbey to afford resting; phrce for the pearl\ J. D. RAHNER, Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent, ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.DRMOPPETT'3 .

1 #.n (.u bo'hol1s.1 the back the lace may
Is already in the hands of carpenters .,

f. .! and decorators, aud on coronation day be arranged :lo suit the wearer so thatit Cues CboIera-Infantum.

the staid old edifice will be scarcely falls to the back of the net-k.: G. C. Clemens, of Topeka, "'t t DiarrhoeaD sentery,and

recognizable. Some have flowers and grasses Kan., the noted the Bowel Troubles of
trailed down in a romantic wayIlih- constitu 31 ;.r WIuM i1 Children of Any Ago
Indeed lovers of old London are I bitterly Aids

'. deploring what they term the tional lawyer, .If'' B ASpt ptG.f TEETHING POWDERS) the Digestion Bo es, Strengthens, egulatu
"vandalism and desecration" connected who bears so the
Costs 25
cents at
,a Only Druggists, SmSSg
' .) with the preparations in the abbey, striking a *e- I
: its I lOi mail 25 ceiti to C. J. MOFFETT. M. D.. ST. LOUIS MO.
"but the dean Rev. Dr. Bradley, declares semblance to Comnbu. (;"..1.A IIg. %4, tHt%.
that the actual fabric of the Mark Twain, ; DK. ('. .7. MOFFETT-Dear Doctor: We aave ymrTEPTHl\A Teething(
loaders) to little
our grand child I'ittllp. liat> C'Ht result The effects
place will not be in the least endangered ( Samuel B. i y, were ahnvt may leal, and certainly more uatiafuctory than from any tit I tiff
I Clemens) that ire fi-erlined. Yours t'ery truly, JOSiiJI B. KEY,
by the enormous wooden structures Y {Sou Xibhop Southern JHethodttt "u rell.) Pastor of at. PuullureA, .

t now being erected within its venerable I he is frequently -

walls. One thing certain, how forthe

.. ; ever is that nothing more hideous can original Mark, G. C. ,

be imagined than the huge exterior a man of deep :intellect and

; stands which bide the noble buttressesand wide experience. He is con- WNCI1FTU

disfigure the delicate stone tracery. sidered one of the foremost h.f

., Another ground for protest, and an fMc' ; lawyers in this country. In a recent FACTORY LOADED SHOTGUN SHELLS

excellent! one. is the demolition of treesat letter to the Dr. Miles f."c S1. I

various points along the route. London Medical Co., Mr. Clemens says: IsI't New Rival "Leader" Repeater U

'. at best is poor in foliage, and the * "Personal experience and obser ,,, -

work of the woodmen has: been followed vation have thoroughly satisfied me that r ;; :;reliable:
Dr. ;Miles' Nervine contains true merit, you are looking shotgun amI -
by howls of execration! from disgruntled and i is excellent for what it is recom I ) I'r.- Si
citizens. mended." t. I# l the kind that shoots where you

An Interesting phase of the preparations Mr.NormanValtrip. Sup. Fres. Bank :<<: your gun, buy Winchester Factory ; .

is the plan for handling the millions ers' Fraternal: Society, (.hicago, says: "
j Loaded Shotgun Shells: "New Rival, loaded with
of people who will throng the linu!

of march. It was at first proposed to MDes' Pain Pills 1' Black powder; "Leader" and "Repeater," loaded

call in provincial policemen to aid with Smokeless. Insist Winchester
are invaluable for headache and all upon having
urban brethren but this has been pain. I had been a great surfers from
abandoned for the that be headache until learned: of the efficacyof : Factory Loaded Shells, and accept'no others. ,
powers appreciate
Dr. l\IiI s'l'ain Pills. Now I always
the fact that the average carry them and prevent recurring::: ALL DEALERS KEEP THEM
cockney, while he will stand much THREE I'KETTY HATS. tacks by taking; a pill when the symptoms ; -
bons are also uiinglnl! with the lace. first appear." ;
from the country policemen will bitterly
<>uite number of hats have
a picture -- - ----- ----
resent being told to "move on"' by Sold by all Drunlsta.
long and very fluffy plumes at the Price 25c. per Box.
policemen with a Yorkshire accent. ---------- Ff11e.Y fs Kidney Cure i 50 YEARS'EXPERIENCE'

:Ia1. ' Citizens are this week to be treated Happy Time In Old Town. Dr. Miles Medical Co., Ei:
f :-.. b tn rehearsal of the "We writes I K 1 X.Hexill -- . -. - -----
i ,; > a coronation procession ft'lt'PlY II\I'PY. _____._ n. _
f ; ., "' which! will] give them a very Old Town. Va., "when Bueklen's t t
'":;.r- "' Arnica Salve wholly cured) our daughter: Corn and Oats Uigb
i :
,": ..... t amusing; entertainment. The attend of a bad ease of Ft"3lllll'ad '' It delights: : :

'( Q ants and the horses are practically the i all who use it for cut, i-orns. burn?, lruises TRY

3 fame as will take part in the actual boils, ulcer: eruption Infallible for
"iA .') .1. P PSreven's drui ....;,.." .. TRADEMARKS
.; parade. Coaches and brakes: represent piles. Only :! c. at : is only Sold in fr j' DESIGNS
+ # \ PURINAF ,
II t r'1e elaborate state equipages, and ,r" COPYRIGHTS Ac.
--- ----
Sacks like this
PURISAFSB Anyone sending a sketch ana description
o grooms and outriders play the parts of store.CA ; quickly a3ctr'am our opinion free whether may an

r ''f,,, i ,,1ie notable personages who will attend 1 : 4c R IA ," o -=-C-D for_ I gent lions invention free.strictly Oldest pn.hably omfldentiaL agency patentable.for Handbook securing Conimuiiira.un Patents

tV.heir majesties. The rehearsal includes rr J\ ,4 a' Patents taken through Muno ik Co. recede

t __?ti's picking up of passengers at Buckingham j$fc .For, IS ,. 'nert Children.f The Feed that rtd fjl ...... 1 OCHECKER- ry13'k .: ][,[t special notice, without charge, in the

bu palace their alighting at WeLf 1. Yo ; n.lways Bought keeps Mules up JJ [ 1J 'ONAI.\eACK8.' . : Scientific Jlm ritan. -

minster abbey etc., all of whicIlJ'ing "5 Wert 'andsomelyllinstrated: weekly. Largest cir.
r.a and ,''i Tion of
lt i : :/ .: any ccientiflc Journal. Terms 13 <
very funny indeed especially to a aL"e r'nr TT t I1ll r.- year: four months,|U So d by"U newsdeay' >

;K 111 -a epubli; sue-iijis. your \ % e'OTT., : BOI Cheml: 4 W : Stock. MUNN & rn.a6IBroad ay, New _
.t"f \ l .,Ut 1\ .
D. '; :r'' 'Zw.c: Street, 1 ft sc. (e EA -' ... BraDChjff ; 4nno'
8 ,oo-at ,1 -""
Yr ? s
: JOhn r'
Bl1an.c eJi a -
t \\
'I': ref- ' lag- 'his, In a t, Wt.of fir:. cti 1- U ''M T-: 'J.{' \;. 1"
\ t\ r, .' . -- -,"" iX'I ,
..r. "
; v. : '1' A ; .J :\
,. < ;'
... - ,
.. - ----- ---
--p." .. -- r
ri2rm ; ;:$ '-. ,
1- 4
\ ; f r
...... , _
.l (
*'.! ...,<<' '.
.. T..,_..J"J' _. _. a

". 'r \ : .- .. :.. _-' ..--' '-''.:-_- :..,- ...."'> '.' ". >': -'; ( -. .' ...*"' : "-':!!',_- -=," ,' .- ..
: : > :' .l :1:_'v ..'.<.' ", ..y ,..', _, "

$ ; -. ;; : ; ..:::., .:._..'.-..:",. -.. ....r- --..._._--:....- :.:. _>:-.. A O .: ;' '-; 4- .''. ; ..' -# J .-..

7 .
I "" -

$ i\:. -..:...-; .:" : '- !. . '

r .
.. fHE FLORIDA STAR : FRIDAY, JUNE 13, 1002. 7

p shown much in the stores. There I
; LINEN I GOWNS. are Blindfolded Mnle.. '.
_ sets to match of plain 'skirt and bro- __ t
cade The mule drivers who take their animals I ii..t.;,.;;:. :.=. J ..:.. _, ...'- :.- _no : _- __ _' --,=: . __ _. _._ n.._ ." _
+- :Womankind has Decided They Are for the fancy coats or bloUSQS if across the South American Andes .

Just the Thing they are preferred, and there are many I always cover the eyes of the mules t ,-
[Special Correspondence.] pieces of linen grasscloth and pongee with a poncho while they put on the ip iNnllla'IIIINIMUIINIIiiIIgMNIIIiI'M'p/Nr1111111NN111N11WUx u;

New York,. June 10.-Every season where the embroidery Is like incrusta heavy loads. If they could see they CAST.ORIA f .

c sees 7,000 different kinds and patternsof tions. The material for making one of would be unmanageable; but blindfolded .
they meekly accept their burdens.Cucumbers. .
this kind
4} dress' goods offered to women for dresses costs all the way I
their embellishment: but from $18 to '$40. But the plain linendress'
by the time is' 1 ", ,,.., "",,,''',,,,',,,,,''',,,,,,,,,,",,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, I .. ....,. For Infants and Children. .
the season is really open there will be much less expensive and a Cucumbers, it is said, contain an -- -

one kind or design which has so taken clever lady can buy some lace and acid that Is helpful in cases of dys
The Kind You Have
popular fancy that It appears to be the make! her dress at a reasonable cost. pepsia.

.' one desirable thing. The others It is quite as much in the making as in -
are There is more catarrh in this section of the
certainly not abandoned the valve of the material that brings than all other diseases ,
but this one country put together, , , Always Bought
;c"" ; " "" '' '' '' '
thing,seems more beautiful than the expense up. OLIVE HARPER. and until the last few years was supposed to I ,
any be inourahle. For a great many years doctors A\ gefable Preparation for As-
r ,ether, or for some occult reason the Ills Last Dope f. Realized. pronounced it a local disease, and prescribedlocal ,
remedies and by constantly failing to
t f women think so. I [From the Sentinel,Gebo,Mont] cure with local treatment, pronounced it in Bears theSignature} _

This season, after the dazzling vi. In the first opening of Oklahoma to curable. Science has proven catarrh to be a

sions of dainty flowered dimities and settlers in 1889, the editor of this paper constitutional disease, and therefore requires i ; I
constitutional treatment Hall's Catarrh Cure,
organdies, each prettier than the last. was among the many seekers after for- manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, 1k tlu
had been eagerly purchased, it sudden tune who made the big race one fine day Ohio is the only constitutional cure on the I '
- in April. During his traveling about and market. It is taken internally in doses from Promotes DigestionXheerful-
1 ly struck womankind that without a afterwards his camping upon his claim, 10 drops to a teaspoonful. It acts directly on nessandReslContains neitherJ of '
= grass linen dress or a pongee in the he encountered much bad water, which, the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Opmm.Morpuiue nor Mineral. q
together with the heat hima They offer one hundred dollars for any case
same shade life would not be worth severe gave
for circulars and testi-
it fails to cure. Send
very severe diarrhoea which it seemed ;J
living, so they all have the desirable! almost monials. Address F. J. CHENEY & CO., _..._
impossible to check and along
in :'r Sold by drui g sts, 75c. Toledo, O.lIall's .
; gowns. June the case became so bad he expectedto Family Pills are the best. I
I These are nearly all made up in the die. One day one of his neighborshrought Keae ofOldDrSXMUELKTCEERPumpkin

r same general design-that is, with him one small bottle of Cham lie Jives n fan. SetJ" ,
berlain's Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea dA.Jnna *
The Chinaman carries a fan even n
tucks at the of the skirt. JtxAtUeSJltAniu -
upper part
Remedy as a last hope. A big dose was lCIl'ni'c il Sffd. # I n
he is soldier or
a 'on :
and they "run out" so as to form a full given him while he was rolling about on I\ppfrnunt -

flounce at the bottom. Some of them the ground in great agony, and in a few he is going to his execution. I BiCadona&Sola{Ibm Jwl- *

have the tucks graduated'in length so minutes the dose was repeated. The good Clarified'SuoarjniUyrttnriariir.. }
effect of the medicine was soon noticed, Webster.It \\ / Use
k:' that the front ones reach to the knees and within an hour the patit'ntas taking has been said of Webster that 1

and those in the back are shorter his first sound sleep fur a fortnight. when his Maker gave him those splendid Apcrfect Remedy for Constipation i

4 which gives a very graceful sweep to That one little bottle worked a completecure eyes, the like: of which no American Sour Stomach.Diarrhoea,

the skirt. Others, again, have the skirt and he cannot help hut feel grate in public life has possessed before \VormsConvutsions.fe.'erishj F 0 u fJnessandLossorSLEER

,:. cut in two pieces and the upper one ful. The season for bowel disorders: hein, or since, he was destined: to become thE Iii r \J e t'
at hand this
suggests item. For sale by of .,
orator the embodiment eloquence.Of
II over the lower in the style of a double B:It Wilson & Son. FacSimile Signature of '
< .
- -------
I skirt. When this is done, the lower -- 1

I portion is tucked and the lower edge Xot Without Excitement. T/i Dinner Pail ''L Thirty Years

"You are not addicted to any kind of NEW YORK.DCACTCOPYOF .
is left free; like that in the upper skirt.
athlotics. are 'our' the American working man is generally -
t Edged with ecru or string: colored! lace
"Athletics? Gracious, man, I earn a well filled. In some cases it is
i this makes a beautiful trimming, and too wed rilid. It contains too I 1
good living a family of sen n-
I t with very little trouble even the amateur Detroit Free Press. kinds of food aud very often the food is CA3TATHE
i of the kind-hard and
to digest
f dressmaker can have one of the wrong
t : containing little nutri- WRAPPER
: dainty and cool grass linen summer Has Helped."I tion. As a consequence -

: .}t dresses. Where the skirt is laid in fine may not be," the smooth banana said, many a""work ""' ....- ",1'k CtNTWR COMPANY NEW VOBH CITY.

J-{":> plaits or tucks the top portion, where Yet"The I confess fruit forbid that I that have brought done my in share s<)rrlJ\V'Sl\2n; ing form man of develops stomach some t p .-.ifl ;r..Y"!:> ,, ---.nJ: m

-1r: the skirt joins the belt is hed: in Toward assisting in the fall of manPhiladelphia,"
Tiraei. trouble which inter-
tt closer and this gives form to it and feres with his health ," -- -

I i\ the desired tit, for all skirts fit as closely When you wake up with a had taste in anti reduces his working
your mouth go at once !o B. R. Wilson capacity. 1'
it.' ., us e'er.rr & Son's drug store and get a free simple Where thereis The Seaboard Air-Line
;.:- One such dress has the waist in the of Chamberlain's :Stomach: and Liver indigestion or Railway

:+' approved blouse shape and is tucked I Tablets. One or two dotes will make you any other indication kr tI tICA.PITA.L

I fl'. Just as closely as the skirt.. A pretty I I well. They also cure biliousness, tick of dis- t, CITY ROUTE.
( headache and constipation. ease of the stom I
I ,. fichu is tied around the shoulders.
'.' ach and its till
I , When a dress is made of pongee or Beer and Ale. allied org.ansdigestion of I, The Shortest Route. The FW Line.

f" "< grass linen and there is a fichu-these To brew a barrel of lager beer one and nutrition -

.f-': are always popular and pretty-the and one-half bushels of malt are used;: the use of ' ) DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE
fichu is to be trimmed with lace ruf- to brew a barrel of ale four and one- Dr. Pierce's Golden nt
Medical Discovery l Including Sundays.TO i
half bushels of malt are required.The .
fles at the edges or by accordion plait. will almost invariably I, '
ed trimming of the same goods. Long produce a per- t

ends, with plaiting of the same, make 1'rl..rose.PrlniroM fect and permanent aJ Savannah Columbia Southern Pines
? was it lirst the prime rose, cure. ,

perhaps the most: refined of all. Some or the first rose that opened in spring. Mr. Thomas ,\. Richmond Washington Baltimore.
have embroidery done in Bulgarian;: Smarts of Sub Station ,

stitch in dull red and blue, but whf! re /iinziltur ('tH11I1U.rl.t.. C. Columbus. 0.. Box h it New York
103. : 'I was Philadelphia
there is any self embroidery: it is usually In Zanzibar cotton goods form the taken with severe

in white or (,l'rt'This and string chief article of commerce.! Gray; doth headache the stor.i.-n.h,then crampsin and Tlz rough: Pullman:: Slooi ox'Si.

is sold to a very large extent under the my food would not digest then kidney and
color are the richest.I of "americaui." Printed cotton liver tremble and my back get weak *o I could Only Line Operating Through Pullman Car Service Jacksonville;
elaborate scarcely get around. At la=t I had all the com-
saw one really pongeegown
kel'l'llkfWOl"ll: by the native women plair.t at once the more doctored the worse Igot to New Orleans.For .
for garden parties or for any and called "kaugas," always hind a until air. \enrs passed. 1 had become so -urtlier information, write
The skirt; poorly 1 ctmlif only walk in the huu-e by the E. L. BUNTII, (;" 11. Pa':.. Agent. A. O.'iIAcIOELL..t.:: (i.-11. 1'ts. Agent, t
other dressy requirement. ready sale. aid of a .111 1 i got wi thin I h,1(11'111 uf LNirtainonth, Va. ,JlC'ksomiIll'I"aJ.
to tits, thinking that 1 could not be cured. Then
one of my neighbors said, Take my advice and .\ M. HARK. Vicc-I'rosident and General Manager .rtHnmrtli.: Vi
v ( .iet a free sample of Chamberlain' take T>r. Herce's Golden Medical Discovery and ,
:Stomach and Liver Tablets at 1 B. l R. Wilson !- make a new man out of yourself The iirt -
bottle helped me so I thought I would get
& Son's easier
drug store. They are :
another, and after I had taken eight bottles in :
to take and more pleasant in effort thai: : alxmt six weik--. I was weighed, and found I IF A
pills. Then their UK' is not followed l"v had gained t\>entyeen (:27)) pounds I am a.,.. OW'
stout and healthy t-vday.. I think,a. I ever was
I is often
r r? conciliation as tin ca:e with S.. 4)
pills. Repular size :_;'ic per box. FREE. Dr. Pierce's Common :Sense: --- --. I KENTUCKY
Medical Addser,paper covers,is sent free
of one-cent to I Sl'i
on receipt 21 stamps pay
A lions- Paint. that will
Fruitful Tree*.
r expense of mailing only. Addresa Dr.
.a' .Ia''Vii: 'i'IF.t ,-y., ii t The orange tree is very fruitful. A R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N\ Y. wear and look well, use I I
single tree will produce UO.OOO) orttt'fit .> Ij
\ for use. A good lemon tree will produce
Pitkin'sReadyMixed for Gentlemen s.,
S.OUO lemons. who cherish
/Y Quality.Sold
r a' :' I
4 tec The Mandrake

N "If a man pulls up a mandrake,'" :; + I

says nn old time writer, "he will surely & ( t Guaranteed

die soon thereafter. In common

''a f'Ilj'h prudence it is best to tie a dog to the!

plant and thus escape the evil thyself." Premium by .'. ,\. .I.O"I.tILl... MOTI.OW.KIDNEY .
Tituii\'Hh', Flor"Ini

Warning.If .

'1 yon have kidney bladder trnulili' ] b OiiiE gOOD Paint. :i
__ I
l\ and do not ue Foley's Kidney Cure, yon II I i DISEASES
t t will have only yourself to bhune for re I The '_MV'ut anibjtion! of .\ '''''- None hotter made; guaranteed -

stilt?, as it positively cure all forms pf I iean teen ami) women is tit ]tare: .
l for live .
kidney Wilson &and Son.bladder diseases. :Sold bv home !liii-.>td J with chit ldn'lI! ]|. '['\\t{ > rears.Pitkin's are the most fatal of all dis-

Moitrui at11icte l -------- -
\\itli it-male di.-! I '

Longitude Ie ;rei.. .:l..e j i.. l(lII"(:lIlt I.'" menaoilith I 1: eases.

A degree of longitude; : varies from 'bet-Mining a childless: uifc. :X0medicine : Barn Paint I KIDNEY CURE It lBuarantesd

GSlJ miles on the equator down TO 1:: can nMore dead 01I ; FOLEY'S

miles in latitude )so degnes north or I jrans but Wine of (':trtlui 'hies! Remedy

south. regulate; derangement; that prc:111'1'1 Is a standard coating for barn I I

I"-J/ I Water Peddler 'rnt (" : ion : doe: pnMntli and roof work; will outlast: any I or money refunded. Contains

In northern China hot water peddlersgo tui-tu'riage ; < o:< re-tori- weak'function other barn paint on the mar remedies recognized by emi-

PRETTY SUMMER PRESSES.; about with a whittling kettle, the :amihattereil I nemami ket. Do not accept a sub: ti- !r vent physicians as the best for

was tucked all around the upper partto whistle: announcing that the water is at does ),rill;: babies tll home-
tute. A building of kind I Kidney and Bladder troubles
the kuws. There it was shirred into a boiling; point. When they hear the barren awl de-olate for \ears.: .. any

two small and one large; puff the full- whistle, the people run with their teapots 11'ilte of (':mlui gi\e women the well painted, will last: two or PRICE 50c. and $1.00.

ness falling; to form 'a flounce. These and buy enough hot water for health andtrength to bear healthy three times a.- long as one left -- -
B A i' N
their day's tea.Chamberlain's
shirrinss were made shorter in the children. You ran ,;et a to the mercy of the clement. SLV

back, which makes the flounce appeargraduated. j dollar bottle of Wine of Cardui the_most. _. healing salve the world.
Pain lUlm is an antiseptic -
) The waist was a jaunty liniment, arJ when applied to cuts, Irom ,Your (leller.WorCAj. COLOR CARDS ON APPLICATION.

little Du Barry, with elbow sleeves bruise0 awl burns, causes them tll heal

and a wide flat collar of heavy point without maturation and much m.>I't. ''PURINA:1
do venire lace. quit kly than by the usual treatment. K 'r i 143 Market Street. iCeD. W Pin{ Go
sale by B. R. Wilson l i\c\ Son. Mei.iphis, Tenn., April Ii, 1'tJl.! in :
The coat was open at the neck V In Februar-, 1001, I took one bottle of

shape and fastened with a bow of rib- For (Her Sixty Year. Tht-dford's Wine of Cardui Eta. and package I had been of mm and KANSAS CITY I Feed t A DONKEY ( Un;::

bon to match the dress. The coat was Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has married fifteen years ai.d had never ON ,
given birth to a child until I took\
of brown and tan silk and was lined been used for over sixty rears by millions Cardui, Now I am mother of anne -- ---- -- - ------ -- EVERY III. .' .
of mothers for their children baby girl which was born March 31,Wl. :1UMIISTItaT en E.\l''TICt3. . SACK. < ,
and edged with the tan pon ('e. while teething with perfect nrces. Itti.prttwtle I The baby weighs fOUl teen pounds an '. 1 of good aiwil'
There was another of these tostumes. : I "el as well as any person could feel. \ti.-e i, hfrtt.ycres concerned 'SPr "
soften* tlx.r''n at'ye -
: child, .. f my home is happy and I never will that six months fran Side of t present r.+ KEEPSMULES r
but this was made of dull i, yotl cures wind colic, and ttlp.of kthout Wine of Cardui In my house riiiai a.vuunu anrl.dei"nb'e Hon. A>wsdminiitrator :tk b + up. r
r .or diarrhiea. It will r l l 'li. ,111. Mrs.J, W C. SMITH. 3 section (
green grassclothj and the coat was fc't 'le. l'enney, county jtB 35STOf.le..ard" AND FEED
linen brocade In darker shades the sufferer immediately. sold gal u.. .\ or ads .Jd lI 'nture. address, giving Florida, for my dischp: 3udmil1i1.nge' 39 east.y .
.. a.& its in every part of the wor?;al'L \ens'4nptomr, 'I' ll1attanoUC.Le La fi'dvlIlOry l>efartCienn. the estate of Elwardutta at ii; tai.: .ldr8' nel: : 9 W BILLS DOWN 'Iess
There Y !
if. are many designs orArocade Vy-five tents a bottle. Be sure &irft re te-hB.ttano . quickly relies saId con.n Y' iura fine .o ne :
patterns, Jut as they are '"Mrs. \ n ?ampagUro'f t
Willow's SoothingjtfrriI Tar "!I.
1 isJe.n De .aJld rte. TRY-
._ laaV
-nwitV +rtWwk.v.TP been I frolrp Prt f\t\ *-tkJ I I IJ T ft 1... TituavilieFlor \ Oallie Fla
>< ,
"uime hand Fla. ...lttonJ
1 .
.. ..-... ./ -" ... t
.. ... ... <
.pj. V .. ,, '
N r
.. ;; 4'
; : 'ts & _-_ i ,
., -
't ,, : .>. ,,
., -
': : -

J.\ l %

--...- .............,.,'? _. -._-.... _.. .. '"" ."'""""" <",..., "p Ii" \
.. ., ; . ., ....
:. .
( !" M! ,... 2. -.,,. ; \.S :;"- '' t.. . ," ."---7' ........ _.
-.. .i ..., .. '._ -. : ,; ;J.:- _.,- ..,,'> ,". , -. " ....o.. : .:_.._. ?".""-_""' ", _- ",.,
.. '.' .. .?.- < ... .
:" ;: 2?;; i:.# :: ;'''' T."> ; .4. ;;.! i'n':;; <'" ''iNlIf .

.. ... .
t. .. J S4
t ..'':, .)t <,

v '. ., t.,. ;,.. ; j,' ,' .,. .' ."'" .. .. l ", .. -,
't" '

:Jk .x; 'f:i:1.i'; .: ," \ "i.. : ,. .. . .'" t -... ..' -. .

., ..,.' ',t-' ,,' . '. >
.t. ... 'h. '
,'" ." .:'< '- -. o. ..
:. !! -
L ... .-,.." . 'I. .
-- -- ' '
: '" -
i : 8'H. THE FLORIDA STAR ; FRIDAY, JUNE 13, 19'2.t .
.. -. ---
: ..
..:.: -.. \ ,. ,. :. '.- .. .' ......;; ':;- ."" i' t--
, f. : 1.

r' r :Iii. ILWL .-Undertaker'and'Embalmer -' Mrs. Conkling and daughter, Miss do a good business .you should advertise It Is said at Baltimore that Bishop
"' .f, -I r' Bicycles and Sewing Machine sup Lena, of Tillman, were visiting friends in THE Sun Taylor of the' Methodist Episcopal J )

;. l plies, Tinning and Pipe Fitting, Repairing here Saturday. church who died recently at Palo Alto
) of Every Description. Agent for Beveridge. There are at least 30 per cent more Cal., had for over half a century slept
1-'. 'J jt Steam Cooker/ L Attorney F. J. Webb, of Titusville, was people in Stuart this year than last. with his head pillowed upon a stone. .1

.' .. in Melbourne Monday. His many friends t1TN\ .1t
4 FRAN LIPP-Practical Shoemaker. Forty He- generally carried the stone IE a t
him looking so pineapples areslowiy
here were glad to see commencingto
-o. all kind of repairing and ..
: years experience; satchel says the Chicago Tribune
I also ladies'and men's start. There will be a large crop
s done, nice and cheap;
well.Mr. always laid his bead upon it at night
i r shoes made to ord!r. E. P. Branch paid a visit to Jack this season.H .
5a wherever hj was thus literally carrying ,

f GO TO J. M. SANDERS. The Old Reliable sonville last week. While there he pur- W. Bessey has erected a canopy on out the words of the hymn.. "My : ,
Store for good, fresh and reliable goods chased a fine, large safe to use in his ji i
such as Dry Goods Saddlery, Crockery, banking business. the launch Admiral, which improves the rest a stone. The Rev. Mr. Smith of

f' Hats,Trunks and a full line of Groceries looks of it very much. Baltimore says that on one occasionthe
: \ Mrs.JamesT. Hogg and three children bishop visited him when the temperature !
JARVIS HOUSE-Open all the year roundPleasant'ocation Mr. John Taylor had his launch hauled I
l rivera of Jacksonville, arrived last Friday, and wnr far below zero and that
facing the river on I
N \ i': '' front. Rates f 2.00 per day,special terms by are the guests of her parents, Mr. and out and overhauled for the pineapple the bishop sleptin I ; the room with ail t P : trQPPr'$ ri

':1 l the week or month. .. Mrs. R. W. Goode. I. Feason'at: A. L. Lane's ways. the windows thrown up and with his ip. ft F +/ u

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Chaffee have Everybody join us at Fort Pierre on head on the stone.: It is said that this Wrecked !

!f\\;\ f I : INi lfS.P closed their winter home in Melbourne, July 4th. Bring your horns; and flags.; A mode of life accounted for his wonderful

and have gone to spend three months in large crowd will start from here. physical endurance. Your home aud property
should be protected by....
their summer home in Brooklyn, N. Y. German Drug Stores.
:I Newsy Brief County Commissioner Aicher was in
.A..: 1'a..I Personal Mr. E. P. Branch, we understand, willopen town the 7th to accept the now bridgeput I In Germany there is one physician to Insurance
Coast. *
at Towns Along the in connectionwith i every 2,058 persons, but only oue drugstore
ffl a
i . across the St. Lucie bv Solon Patt!
L --
it business. Mr. Branch to every 111,31J3 persons. from FIRE. LIGHTNING
J his mercantile ,
(9 ; t OAK 1IILL.Mr. This bridge nearly completes the newroad and CYCLONES. The expense -
l:1: was in charge of the Melbourne State to the Allapattah flats. is small torupared to

: Ralph King, Jacksonville, formerly bank, as its ashier, for nearly seven The Skylark. the risk of a catastropby

; ;e of Eldora, has been visiting friends years, and it is needless to tell his old Mr.V.. E. Plea, the well known clerkof The skylark Fouii'times Jng
i i 4 i!: t. here for several days.Mr. friends howell he tilled that place. Walter Kitching's store, has been very winter, and there IH a Sof'tWi proverb Sc&iiyler &: Branning, Titusvilll'.
This will bo a great convenience to the sick the past three or four days. He is which runs to the rflWt that! if it "be
C who for reliable information,
S. D. Mitchell, of Neptune I people of this portion of Indian river. till able to be around, but i is very weak. heard before Candlemas there will be rates etc.. et -. .
t-: taught school here several years ago, bad weather after thut .
f ..' a Success to Mr. E. 1*, Branch He will take vacation commencing oeriod.Shorn - ------ -- ---- - -
: V: lately visited old friends and pupils. ;Monday.
The follow lug announcement was re- I E. L. MOTLOW
Miss Sallie Magruder o.f. Rockledge. t>:, 'iiuuler is i
.t' her brother a short visit this week wived by many fril'ndIr.: and Mrs. Mr. Stanley Bitching, while lifting a Madrid has a law I by which habitual -
tf Silas F. Jibbs announce the marriage of cake of ice from the house injured I
t Philadelphia, where she ice \tas drunkards have tlu-r! heads shaved every j
/ .. on her way their daughter Jennie Cecelia Miller, to the and I
o remain with relatives for some by tong giving: away four weeks i Ii
exptctfe to Dr. Ll'Onshley Peek, on Sunday, June hitting him on the bridge of the nope, i I y- "
_-if i
: ", \ time. the Sth, nineteen hundred and two. At causing a painful wound. :Mr. Kitching
: .1 Mr. and Mrs. Walter Nul! '\'isitedIrs.. home :Melbourne, Florida" The above is still able to be around.A : '

.. = Null's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Gaines, our most popular { 0 1
; young couple art among G. Ft DUREN, Agent, 'I
to New' Smyrna: on fire which nearly burned out Mr 1i
: l :, :Sunday. They came society gems, and the beat wishes of all
: r the late tram Saturday ni ht, making the their Melbourne friends are with them Stephenson! was started by the southbound I,

._) .' trip from there here by wheel. for a pleasant:: journey through life Maythey freight Wednesday morning. Luck- I
ily it was observed in time and a goodly Florid 'rI
\ near few of it and of
':t.. . Mr. and Mis. Z. T. Williams came meet ? sorrows many
crowd of headed H. W. Bessev.
men, by
fire Monday night, its pleasures.
losing their home by and
,< discover and got the fire under control, but not beforeit fx sI
to ---- i
} fortunate as : :
but were so I s
.: i ',;r. it before serious damage was Chronic bronchial troubles and summer had consumed a small: outbuilding connected \\Vestern :
: o. ,. : coughs can be quickly relieved and cured with the house.
think miceand matches must / r '" sf.I'Pr .
I done They j'
} J by Foley's Honey and Tar. Sold by Wilson Jleats I YI
have been the cause.
1. & Son.
"; 1 I -
Railroad Conimsision.
j r 't "j i has to Gaithertbnrg : of all ; y
I L I J :Miss Brooks Curry gone i l 'I
ty 1.1:
I Md., where she will spend sometime MALAIt\IC. We aie un obligations to lion. HenryE. I IIII

'( j l .t with her nephew, Capt. Lee Llpsf' The Congregational church at Melbourne Day for a copy of the fifth annual re- K' d S Sf FINE WHISKIES WINES BRANDIES

It- comb, and his family. She also intends had an annual picnic Palmetto port of the railroad commission, which ,

)' visiting relatives in Birmingham Ala., Lodge Saturday of last: week. The party has just been issued. :Mr. Day calls attention GINS BOTTLED BEERS

[ k t. ,.- before her return to Oak Hill. came down in Mr. W. T. Wells'\ naphtha to the limited knowledge: and vague Titusville, Florida. I TITUSVILLE and COCOA.

l'' ,'f' launch:and sailboats.Dr. ideas, especially among the shippers of i
)II 1- "
Florida respecting the objects and
EAU GALLIE. Hauim is land powersof
having more grubbed -
r : the commission, and how easily relief
rl Alligators are daily seen in the waters for orange trees, and will have an ar- may be obtained for ovep-harges or discrimination Jas. Pritchard & Son

Gallie river. tesian well put down as eoon as he can ,
t of the Eau by transportation coin 'ahies.
I, get some one to do it.
i 1 Alex Near's artesian well driving plant Headquarters

I i il about ready for business. Preparations are being made for a barbecue Under the caption "Adjustment of for. . . .

t and boat race at this place on the Claims and Correction of Abuses," on page:
Watermelons are now showing in our
'I fourth of July. 4, it says: If a shipper or consignee

: stores, and some are very fine. Turtles are coming! out on the beach passenger ha been overcharged by a rail HARDWARE

,j George Houston has just launched the now, and turtle steak and turtle'! eggs::: are road company, he need only addiea! i

I .;... _.. fastest fish boat in Eau Gallie's. fleet. on the bill-of-fare. and turtle hunts on letter to the commission, at Tallaliaee! ,
.Tinware Stoves.
ti tooi Mrs. Snedeker, of Melbourne, was the the beach by the young folks are the stating his complaints: ; he does not needa . Crockery, ..

; .',,: I' guest of Mrs. G. F. Paddisoll this week. order of the day. lawyer, and there is no expense eat'eptpostage Boat Goods, Paints Oils,

for letter and the
mailing complaint
j. j C. J. Young's new home is now being Harry Drake has got his new boat audVVOODENVV
will be
and if
; at once investigated;
: roofed in, and presents a fine appearance. home which Mr. Beaujean, Melbourne A.R.E.
: well founded, the company: i is leijuiiea to
: Dr. B. F. Brown was the guest of J no.l' Beach, built for him, and expects to win refund overcharge, or unjust:= diM-rimina- Write for prices.
; first prize in the races on the fourth.
E. M. Hodgson: Saturday and Sunday. lion to be diPCoi'tmued. If the order i U TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA

l',.1 t V A. M. Sample, of Fort Pierce, was in Joseph Conkling has returned home not obeyed, the matter is placed in the Box 212.

Eau Gallie on Tuesday attending to busi from Kimberly Height; where he has hands of the attorney general or state:

I ness been attending school. lie wa ordaineda attorney for suit in the name of the tate JAMES FRITCHASD. President W. M. BROWN Vice-Pruaident C. h. SCHL'YLEE Ca"ncr

preacher in the Christian church.A This commission is in open session every l

Mr. Sample, of Sebastian, was in Eau week day in the )ear, and real I\' at
-iI" Wednesday in his motor INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK.County
: ; iallie on .. Persian 1'lnnt. any time to entertain complaints.

t' .1 launch. Anise the odor of which is such an Again, the authority of the commissionand

The dry weather still continues in this attraction to bees. Is a Persian plant the legal soundness of all the provisions Depository
s \ district, and citizens here are feeling its and one of the oldost medicinal spices. of the railroad commission law are
k! effects. Tire seeds are used as a condiment and fully recognized by the railroad companies Authorized Capital.$ 100,000.

confectionery and In the manufactureof of this state. Paid up Capital, $ 25,000.
Our fishermen are reaping a great harvest -
fish liquor and cor times
r, lately, at having more
I ,": than ice. a copy of thi-j report, asit is replete with A
j The
Vital Fluid. valuable infoimatiou.No .

-. Mr. (Jt-row of the Standard Oil company The blood is a colorless liquid In General Banking Business.Lal' =_

V: was in Eau Gallie: on Wednesdaylast which little red globules are floating. good health unless the kidneys are -

taking orders. Every drop of it contains about 1,000-( sound. Foley's Kidney Cure makes the {lst anil OldestIfciiik t

J. A. Gilbert has the brick on the (000 of the globules, and they are PUScoptiblo kidneys* light.; Sold by Wilson A >on. on the Kiver.Exchange ,

of division into smaller globules -
I ---- ---
premises for a new chimney and fireplace

for Ins Eau Gallic home 8till. Work on Inside Route Fought and Sold on

\ \ornn) Enr,lIh. all Foreign! Countries.
The Aspinwall orange grove is being :Mr. George F. :Miles: general manager
cultivated and fertilized. C. L. Taylor The proj ortion of people in Norway of the Florida East l'oa-t Patronage appi'U.iim, iV'iupt SVI\H,", ai'
in who :speak: English is larger::: than In Canalcumpaiy, inllitetrtatniliii iu d l e\'t'.> i.vii-'ujWL-t14: : Z'V
ha the chaige.
piopeity I has returned from Charleston to :M.: -_
Augustine with conservative hall kill uranted.ScalnKinl .
I any other: country of the world. : ; ;: :: z
The steamer Kathleen, owned by i bringing the information that be ('()UnE-I'f; ):\DEXT"3 : ,

Hodgson Kros. is: aafilling a towing: OIlDcl !,It'.r"". had purchased two powerful dipper National of New Y"- kind .

,. contract, A. It. Hodgson in charge. I A recent traveler in central l Africa diedgcfc to assist in the rapid cutting of National F hank of JarkionvilleTITUSVILLE. -

<, Dr. Peek, of Melbourne, has been calledto .. rives several l instances of the ipioity: the canal between the Matanzas and Hal- FLORIDA:
ifax livers, a distance i of some ::S miles, ,
Eau: Gallic everal times last week by for sleep developed' by his Arab serv .
illness. His patients are recovering. nnts. He mentions one of these men which will give to coastingciaft: : > of under -----

as being undisturbed by. the dischargeof I t five feet draft a safe inland waterwayfrom
A new Ih,11 tor! for the Finma L. is at the The
:M. Augustine: to Biscayne bay. of
Ureirui& within two feet of his ; Lamp Steady Habits I
Kau: : Gallie railway fetation. The vessel: is lead. Mr. :Miles:: ha for sonic: weekhad the

owned by C. B. Gifford, of Tibbals, Fla. Tinted) States dredge Siiwaune deei>eiiinur f f! Th< lamp that, doesn't flare up or smok>. or can-' ,.,
Worth of llnbhish. (" \\i"i. '?d!' J.':'ii: ,!';.' tin- Lui.|> 'nit 1 I" I i.i ,:"? : \ilt'u ,
Capt. J. Andrews left for Tibbals on It Is et-timated that about ?1 O.fIC) the canal between the Halifax river ;awl / ?gpi$* v yo' '..> ,.i,.1 M.I'i.xl : thi- lamp tl> it .\-'OU 11t'%,'r \\illA... ",
t including the whole length of !* r .:JY lDbJ-: l p.trt high, 'iir a you hay't that > n .aNew
.I Monday on his sloop Pixie. The captain worth ot'wlmt is considenil! to be Jupiter

t l is always" a welcome! visitor in KauGallie. : "ruM-Mi" is throw into tli' stnvtby the Indian river, and the company's other ;f 1be Rochester. ,t

.... : the I'll rhaus! every tit!).. TLi- nieins I dredge is putting the southern end"f 1, '1''I (lth' r !lamp' mar he fm'r,,i e .lIh": just! a.- :'Hai' "_ --
the canal from! Luke Worth to Miami in ? 7 th. y 1.1\ II", n. s<>jiic rtoiar| ,>, imi.r ,tn uiuuui _' nlIn ie.I : .' I
: ; > -
: who nearly $ .7o.OOo annum for tbch'lTi'nniorx
Misses Rose and Xelda Roehsler, pr condition. -'W" "-1, tht-n ', "galour.! fit'i .1' ',' sailed for Brooklyn: N. Y., via the Clyde anti enunt'ng! their W'f :-I perfect u_ :.:- sure (litIaiu|" i>tTi'ltd yu is "<"Miin,', l I',.ik for the nttnil' "' t
:Mr. Miles also: states that: he is now negotiating '":- (on it ; : "j'] has It. (:Ijiin \"ari..ties.) ':;r} ;
lim>, have reached their: home in safety, and families, neatly IIHJ.IHM) 'P"'I'SOll . .
for another Charleston dredge ,_ 01. :r"1IJp 1lrtit" Nt' :
: : "t '
iveery comfortably their shaw K; ,
delighted with their Uln .
: trip. t' ""M' fill) 't''r'tulntHIL'l.. : :\ --
: JlIlal"r\\III'Iilo'r
to cut the canal north of St. August t me. ";' \i'i. 't .
of It. _ ..___ ,.1;if'!:.+ v\ uaiitu.ii A 1 sfii. i/liJ
iMupor aa Ollli nlinl
The Nimrod is about readyfor U of Pablo creek to t Inch I i-I,. ., ... ..,.. ,, ,. ,.., rejunv.j 'II. -. :
) way Maypoi, ..::.:t 'X.II{. i. "" i r'.11 ".." of 'Itlup t'..., iaut 'T. '. .
launch; 'fit"'l'l'l will bu taken !Nat 8 Cheiip Perjurer.Lnwyer I ; : I d l infu ,1 fJew? Rochester. tlu Ijft '
ng. when opened, will give an uninterrupu-l 'f., ::: we can it. 3
-Is it ix)>slblc! ilastus that -.PXW o.r..1 I MIU In*'',n lar "i, ll" "xinjcct, lI"g ,;;-
to Black Point, south of Miami, when I m'and waterway from I'nrnbl rlawl! -"'Ui'Jto }( :'' ._ ,,iAK! We arc LCIALISTS in the treatment of Jistttaes o '
J her owner intends locating. you W"111111 swear to what you know is i i Cape Sable, the extreme end of the >' 5 / Lamps. Consultation FREER "
not true for fifty cehisY '''
Capt. and Mr? Pipnnett are back again Florida peninsula.: Tl'' THE ROCHESTER LAMP CO, 331'ark l'I.1I'\. :::: far I.. ;t., N. 'if .,irk. I
o. nastus-Xo sah he doCah
\ ; gave rue a i isah.
\ and improving their home: on the KanGallie .-I'lttsburgChn-ni ielegraph. i
O i
,-- I FI>K PI.ACK: IOK ".\1.1';.
-4 .. ". river. The captain: will place; a -- I

'. . motor in his! houseboat, the Rochester, Located at Banyan, 1,1a MeuitUs Island, INVENTORY SALE.

'I \ 'ttK > .for use the coming winter season. 00 fed front 011 India and Datum rie-

'* + l W ers,11 10- 100{ acies iu ai!;; ten acits improved
.; r A 'tift-t. Bush fires did wine damage last week. IIICUBA I : ?')0 citrus trtts. grapefruit, oranges 1 C. L. i full (Viling. at ?KMM( pc-r M.
The F. E. C.
( t .. 'I Treutler place, west of the Ii all varieties, lemons, limes 400!
) r' ; \ ; -
I Cull ;
de i i Floonn- at < > M.
f bridge, was burned down before a heavy per
Y where jt (is hoi all the year round guavas; 14,000 pine: grapes:=, bananas, .
t. 0 easterly breeze. The house was uninhabited I Avocado La-t 1 Common Hough I5oards. :
.f Jj tit? mangoes, t crop WH at t.o1 per M. .

l .' t or it might have: been saed.St. Ft t 3 Emulsion1nR'So 75 boxes guavas, -ye& o:angel; l Li:n A . A. tV i>. Matched V-ivclty Siding i at 810.00
1 ty ! """ crates pines, 130 craUve;,'eta'>i. ,' '- per SI.
.. John's Episcopal church heliie : n where dst .__ I 1 OranrgeIt' '": e to cline them
1.. yr any ter crop pines and oranges; Ur I! Jr : : h\ap i : out.
,1 I largest congregation for some J t in'' don't stop taking room house inch artesian i et: 71)) '. ., Tanoeri.ow. :. cheap to Close thou out.

bu Sunday eve, the occasion beit, 1r well soft water, whar' ;Varely! "
l' ., *3 it fSjaOr. or you will lose r' ., rlf I Bean ('iititc"7er I tll close them oU1.
t tort on the recent volcano .. I I ing house, toot housU 'jfare. s

ing quake in the West Indies, by/al. -itS* v .is'ivh&md'Ti'TT: / \:ve free gained.sample. under.ijoul'V;.'.0.ence\ ,f.! ich i, Z Now is the time to 'ou.

eV t2Y '' \i.o.: ?UIf'. ""-(& & hive "'I bay n 1thJ \ -- .
wN1;. Chemists J" ;lJ) QLl -1 ,.:)
"' the first t, tt \!i, r nd..tb1'T& not y Chem. NcfcMWruggfets.,-t, New fort t vt1Tt l Utl1 e E wl,..,, a 1cckM: ,jI. '1J Sl."r. k
'John'i c J Jndj i '
Wart 51 reet {
Ir._ cle j ie' .. 9"'1 s :OQ-415 J -a- |" %Jf-! '..1JT i[ .J1 T-- & \\I\- I' ,. .-.. 1,,
l ising his vt: (n 10 a ? a s0C a ; V -.Yt t C }

fk.'V. .rei. \ ,""-xy,: .' J',1'1 1-Av'9f. ". '-tr:: ':':.0 -:,-"-, *--' .> ,. ". f "" __ i:.. .. :; V t ,

.. "... ..... ... . '. t: F. ,. ''" ,
( -.Jr 1" --
: \ ..
\ .i
1" -fr \ :
.. ..... :;;....: .: Jr'-: "
.1. / ,J? f (
\ 1. " , I
... ;
.. 4
) L'; So"V'.4" -
t' .""- ... '?_ ,
" :Y .. :
:\( .
:c-'t_ ',.

University of Florida Home Page
© 2004 - 2010 University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries.
All rights reserved.

Acceptable Use, Copyright, and Disclaimer Statement
Last updated October 10, 2010 - - mvs