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: July 11, 1902
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075901
Volume ID: VID00634
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
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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; :' '.: : ' .\ I KvedBya I Girl Warned run around the unhorsed cowboy, as son of Olafsen rushed in at the.gunshot

r . t much as to say, "Beef is not in our and while Mary kept the faithless rkf4 "THE EAST COAST OP FLORIDA \

f. : ..t: J I That Lover line today when a fat cowboyIn Ramon under her aim thelad bound is PARADISE REGAINED."
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:; sight" Pope had three balls in the the Mexican tightly.
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ri'F.::: {r I| chambers of his revolver, and as he It required but a glance and a whiffof *,4 tI

: ;.. ;::, Treed byWolves retreated backward hoping to reach the medicine to tell the girl that the FLORIDA EAST COAST

Preaan I the timber, the wolves drew: closer, doctor had been slowly killing her fa RAILWAYS
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-" '- .. when he felt their' hot breath In his brought him back to consciousness,

: .. f .. 1 Henry Pope owes his life to a dreamof face and their glaring eyes seemed while. her brother climbed the mountain LOCAL TIME CARD No. 41. In Effect June 8, 1902.

f. > : .. his sweetheart, Nadine Delane. A ready, to burn his cheeks. in the rear before dawn and has-
t. jfew nights ago Miss Delane dreamed He reached a small mesquite and tened by a circuitous route to the near I SOUTHBOND-READ DOWN. NORTHBOUND-READ. .

4 rJ.f that her sweetheart, Henry Pope, was barely succeeded In springing upon est white camp, twenty miles away. I--'

\ W . an great danger, and she at once got the first limbs beyond the reach of the Early in the day the girl saw several f\

r. ;.. ,' out of bed and went to his rescue. She yelping pack. It was now night but a Mexicans coming from below doubtless -

i f. k: rode straight to the spot where she had and the 5 OJ'p11015a'Lv.............:.......Jal'ks; YilIe.. .........:.........Ar 7 OJ p 8 Os: H
courageous -
full moon was rising, in search of their countrymen. As Ii 03 p IOl3a LV..S.). JII.ksonv11le.............. ....Lv e ea V 8 Ua ..
.:.. t:: i 1'\ seen Henry in her dream, and she \wisjBomewhat young fellow said it gave him the nearest came in sight she fired a 615p'lll0a .......................St. Aagusti e....................... Ii eop 1 )atf '3I.
.i: surprised to discover that would 615p13C3p ......................... Hasrincs ......................... 51tp 'l05a aU ''
some consolation to feel that he shot over his head and all day kept her : 7 OJ p 1213p ........................EastP3.I&tka........................ tea p 660& pe :r
]: H. f the had arrived none too soon to be of not have to die fighting in the dark. watch firing occasionally to show she 33p1a6tp.................... ...... KeujZlI. ......................... .111 617aE td!.
-, fci ; I to ,the man, whose peril minutes 7 ..........................E.tnnells:......................... t O.p 6 05& nc4 ; 3
L (service young For the first few that the was still watching closely.All 7 t3pllOSI P 1131' r......................... JJ\.pont......................... 3 t7.rx 3 511& go b
;0 r: v < was even greater than she had antici young man passed in the tree he entertained the next night in the dense dark .........................Ormo-iu.......................... 823p 58a! ay
. I*.? r. pated. 313ix11431)II ...........................Dayllf&S l'p l\\ 22a Fxj
would :
"- ft. [ a hope that the pack ness she kept her finger on the trigger. i: 839P 2Clp :.......................Port Orange...:.................... 8C3p 61Ja: :.!,
,:: If. This strange affair happened in Ma- finally go away. On the contrary, their Once a noise at the window and one at ) 9 OJ JI 2 :3p ......................New Smrrlia....................... t 53a .j;"
'0 k':-_ Tex.:about ten miles west ; 45p ..........................Oak 1-Jill..1 221p....... M
eon county, number appeared to increase, and he the door drew her bullets there and 21 p ......................... Titusville....................... ... 1 t9 Pi's 8 c
l 1 .. pf Castelle. Miss Delane is the only could hear others howling on the hill she not molested. In the early .............................Co<'oa............................ 113p........ () 5
{ of well known rancher was 401p .........................Rocklf'd .e......................... .113p........ ."1co\;
\ t' t Daughter a onYy' tops far away, evidently coming to morning the miners came and a doctor 33 p ...... ..................EauGalhe......................... ... 4Jp ....... '1 :;=>"-
; , (p he Llano river, and Mr. Pope is a swell the throng. He could see them followed. Olafsen recovered rapidly, :: . )) ........................Ie'llOume.' ........................ '2 321' ....... =
... P.. farmer and raises cattle in the .......................r ..8ebastian ......................... 11 CI.Ja...... ::3
. . !(( same gnawing at the roots of the tree, and and the miners escorted him and his ...................,..r...St.Lucie.......................... 11o:5a.. ...... w:! ,
.: ::;..;' :Neighborhood. The young man has there were moments when he thought fmlland his wealth 'to safety and ZOp ... .. ....... ..........Fort Pierce....................... II (/->a .......
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visitor at the house of Mr. De- Jp ... .. ....... ..... \\'llIteCity. .1045E. ; >
s, '. :. been a that the little mesquite was swaying the treacherous; Uaiuon to'-jail. The h..2. 411) ................ .........Tibbals....... ................... 113a: ....... i S
;, a, ;, : lane for several years and everybody ands ready to fall and throw his bodyto cf the Mfxw-an doctor they bur 45 P ............................Eden. .........................r 10 S B.,....... pd
,: knew that he much than a bod.\( 5Jr ..........................Jensen:. .........................10i'sa..r.... c :::
; was more the ground to be torn to shreds by it'(} in tin ("iu;;'on. ....... ..................... ............................. ....... o r
rf favorite with Miss Nadine. the snarling pack. ZOp .....................H.ope S') nd. ....................... 941 a.......... .aq" :
-, Though this region has been sparsely Don't Fail To This. .................... \\estJupltJ'r......................... 9 32n ....... ::
i'' i lIe was abouf to spring to the earth Try 15 P .....................ti'est Palm Beaeh.. .................. 853x....... n
( k ,:.- ,fettled for a long time on account of and fife his last shot into the mad Wheiiexer honest trial is < iren to 4 I' ....................... ..Boynton ........................... S S3a ....... _p
;: its close to the mountains of : an 33p .......................Ft. lauderdale....................... 1 Sa: ...... C
.. A' proximity throng in the hope of reaching another Electric Bitters for any trouble it i,* recommended ....... :1p ........................Lemon City........................ 653a. ...... fa
j r i--- ,the Llano river the pastures are froNAD1SK tree when he heard the hoofs of n 1 for, a permanent cure will .......1103011 Ar. ........ ...... .... ..... .:\lJami.. ...... .... ... .........L6. 4.ia.. ......
=, .c purely! lie elff-cteil It never fails to tone
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: : horse and soon afterward his own :crFFET PARLOR CARS ON TRAIN 35) AND ;8.
.:' ,a rd.; ,1. I Y name cal&ttl. x the stomach, rejriilate: the kidneys and
f lt.t' ,. bowels: stimulate the liver, invigorate the .
t"< .. lIe was not mistaken. His faithful nerve and purify the blood. It's a *on BRANCH LINES SCHEDULES.

j, sweetheart was riding toward him at a derfnl tonic for run-down system!*. KieC-4! ,
..\' f '. : full gallop, directed by the howls of trie Hitters : cures No No. 5 No. 53 No. 49 No PALATKA No 46 No 48 No 50 No. No. E6
'. pofitivelv kinE'yaIHII I I y I I j I I 54\I
.. 1>u.ilY'1 tDail Dail l1 Dd.i Y lJ,1 DRANCH. Dal1y lJaUy lJaily ) Daily
;: : the wolves.: She had dreamed that she liver trouble" stomach disorders, nervousness t .
.: rbI'IIlHatl 730p 6351 4301) 114a 625a LT a1atka.. Ar 020a 7)aa; 45 P p 7231)4COpI'
saw him in a tree near a well known !--11't'pll': nec9, : neuralgia 112
f. ; 645 lr E.J>alatkn. I.v 601) 655 25 5 05
and 110 II 6 55 p C5 p a a. a P. p 7C5pNo.
expels ii daria. Sati-f.u-tion
. point of timber surrounded by a packof :

J \i. : howling wolves guaranteed !by J. 15. crl\'l'lI.: Only 50 67 No. 45 SAN MATEO BRANCH J No..46 No. 68Daily
cents. Daily gaily Daily
< She awoke greatly distressed, but. *
; ..f'I -- --- -- "7 Sj p 10 a ....... ...... ........... l.alatka.-\r 55; a 43 p -
I . persuading herself that a dream was C.A.STOnX.A. S 1511 It 30 II I :Ar. __._... ... ...... ...... ... .S.1U Matt> ............ . .. .......... ,5 35 a l I' 2J P Jf
illusion not to. be KM You Have
; an depended upon Bears > Always Bought
Ne. 24
No.23 1
.. she again fell asleep. The strange tLThe R.Ltu"y No.21 'No.19 No.n I No. 5 MAYPORT I Na'y No.18 No.20 No.2Z iturybaiy -Jrc-

I dream was repeated and the now thoroughly signof #-7,1-- &(\nly.SlIn.! ._ Irx I San Daily I II.1i y BRANCH ,IEx 'un Dally Daily Daily J,;0'1 Sun.y._ :;...

distressed girl sprang out of --- 950 p 6'TIP'1 14 50 V 2 OJ p 19! 3e1 a Lv.. Jacksonville 100 a i 18 4i.) a CJ'p 613 p 9 20 p s
y yE bed and after securing a well loaded \ Question ut Definition. 9 53 P 6 PI 63 II 2 C3 1'1 19 38 a S Jaekson'ile.Lv.. 62; a 32 8.H P.3 53 p 6 CZ P 9 11 P ':.''
i.I i.- D3Op 72tI' ;5331 2'.3p3010a: J>lU 0 }S'aen 62'a SOa 2' P 533p 843p
Winchester and her she ,
I t ; 'S lu saddling pony "Willie." said the younghter's mother. 13351 723p 533p 213p'1015a: Atlantic Bch 6 1:; a ( 7 a. .215p 525p 835pU

1 / rode with the speed of the wind_|o. the ">ou told me yoti did not go fish. 50 p 7 it n 5 50 P 3 03 11110 :JO a Ar Mayport I.v 600 a 1 U a. ,1 2 OJ III 619 p a 20 p

, place that had been so faithfully\ pic- Dixie Fl'erRoute Seeping: Car operated 0:1 trains 5 and 2!.
tured In her dream.

The little mefcquite was fast yielding "\Vel.! was the contrite story. "I 'No. 11 SANFORD No. No 3 N,. 1 ORANGE CITY No. 2'' No. 4

to the attacks of the sharp fanes of the didn't mean to toll what wasn't true. Daily I BRANCH I Daily. 1 Dally ( Daffy I BRANCH I Daily i Daily

I wolves when she came within sight of but I don't call just holding a hook and '7 OJ a. I.v......T1tusvllte.\ 20 P ,q 3C5 p 11010 a L' .. .. .. I:'>!IIY'' na.. ..Ar 215 p 5 53 P
the surprised man. He line in the water without catching anything 1IS 8. Lv. .... [ltas..Lv 107 p I 3 43 P 1121 8. ,I.v..LaktP en..Lv 13,) p n p
young recognized 83a Lv..Osteen..Lv 115': ai' C3 p III 39 a'Lv..Orange City...Lv 13p t 24pS
her voice, but he could hardly 'fishing." "Washington Star. 55 a r.T..Entnpme.Lv; 11308.j 405 P 1145; a City: Jet.Lv 115 p t 13 P
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30 .Stnford .Lv 1100
believe the evidences of his own ---- ---- --- -- 9 a. A a. I

J : ) senses. Nadine, now thoroughly Crediting .\ It.: lltss! of Moigantnwn, Ind, hail These Time TaM"3 show the times a*, whi-h trains may be exnected to arrive and depart
( : tf. r to jrt tip ten or I\\eke tune-; in the from the several stations but their arrival or deoarfure lit the times stated !a nut guaranteed,
" her dream, galloped straight toward niht1111 had severe backache and painsin nor does the Company hold itself responsible for any delay or any consequence arising there-
I the tree blaze of tire from.
t pouring a the kidney*. Wa cnied bv Folt.v'KiJlil'Y .

f.. .t L 1 from Winchester.. Pope dropped Cine: i old bv Wili-oii &! :Nn. Peninsular and Occidental Steamship Connections at Miama.
from the swaying mesquite on the

4 v back of the pony behind the girl. \o >itllnJ;. BETWEEN MIAMA, KEY WEST AND HAVANA.

r A'cnm-. P.ragley claims to be a SOUTHBOUND. NORTHBOUND.

. malt of standing in church.
r r'l' Splendid Courage yuur LY. MlamaMoi e. Weds, ................HC3p Lv. lIanna, Tues Thurs. ...... ....,.,..10CO*
j1 Rev. .Mr. Goollley-WE'll, IIP shouldbe. Ar. Key We>tTueg. Thurs........... ...12 33p Ar. hf'yWE'stTnes.T' urs...... ..... ... 6 33p
' ; Yl: Of a Swedish MaidenFor Lv. Key West,Tm's. Thurs .............. 733p Lv. K. y West Tues. Thurs. ..... ........ 7C3p
J yl lie doesn't rent a pew.-Philadelphia Ar.NavanaWeds. F .is. .. ... . .. . . . .. :500 \ I Ar. tiama.Weds.: Fris. . .. . .. .. . . 6 Ola
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!4; : E l For copy of Local Time address any Agent.J. .
; 4 two days and two nights pretty:

t F 1- t GALLOPED TOWA1I1J TUB TREE. Mary Olafsen ;guarded: her father's D. RAHNER, Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent. ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.

Yf i quently usited by bears and large miners Postmaster
1.1 bands of hungry wolves. Coyotes are P$
a medal of the yellow metal for which
1 seldom dangerous, though they often she risked her life.

; v' kill young cattle. The lobo wolf i is
A month ago;: Olafsen; with hi? eight Palmerof
'f I much larger than a coyote, and it of
('eJl- 'ear-old daughter and son of
: trn' hunts in great bands. A pair of
twelve, came into the Picacho Blanco
.; these ferocious: animals are capable of So. Glen Falls N. Y. des- '
'i country, when the rush of prospectorsinto ( TEETHING POWDERS
dragging dowu and killing! a full grown ) .
'If' that country had just hl.;:t1l1. Olaf- cribes a condition which th,IUS-
steer. When food is scarce in t3! re- BLAPK SPBINOS, Ark.e &. ld 15GL
j sen luckily fell upon a very rich pieceof ands of men Rey.J. W.DE'rry(of ArkPn as MethodIst Conference.wrUes:) "Eliclosed find lith'cems for 11 hl' b please mail me
gion called the "Roughs" of the Llano,
twopackagesof 'TEFTalS.t" .
placer ground and in a brief time and women tvewonderhowwebareraisedchildteuwithoutit.Theotherhyaladyn! iscouri -
numerous bands of thesbungr .sent us T It package au I It cams at a .most opportune time;oar babe wu in a serous UUuUHJun; CIS bowels b..l
. 'a he, his son and daughter;: were panningout fi n d identical been: m baa cou-'itioa for d:,;i. and nothnj that we gave did a-jygou.I; the second dub of ''IKfclHIXt"
i beasts frequently swoop down on the perfect relief audhisli.nofur.hettrouble. Other nijmbera of Ue family have wag U ua eferj dewThai
J large quantities of the glitteringdust. with theirs. been It perfect success.
pastures of the plains, killing and

maiming hundreds of tine steers during Read what he
On ledge far hillside from his tL j e, '" ,h, s
a up a and .k r4
one night. Though they are ever says, note
t placer fields Olafseri dug out several
ready to tight a man there are times the similarityof

1 when they are more dangerous than pockets of nug
In his Cabin mNCtl [ 1ft]!
;gets.: -
t others. It is certain that they will always was stored a case. Write to

I' attack a man on foot when they him enclosing
'1 quantity of rod: ) ; ;, ,
I are hungry. They have been. known to ; f stamped addressed FACTORY LOADED SHOTGUN SHELLS f. ,
reaching well\ X11, .:
prowl about over the plains in bands up14L' d ( "f "
eager and ever ready to spring at the into the I 1 envel ]New! Rival. 111 Leader" epeatel'i JJ k jRai

throats of horses men and cattle. sands. Ramon, ''I I' L. D. Palmer.ope for reply, '
his trusted man, ' and get a personal -
Nearly every cowboy in that part of '
Texas has a story to tell of a battle advised Olafsen I i corroboration of what is ; F you are looking for reliable shotgun ammunition ,

that he has fought with a hungry lobo. to send" his gold s : here given. He says regarding '{ ,?Ii ,..1 the kind that shoots where ;
to safe I ; .tf
a place : '
Sometimes long periods pass and the Dr. Miles' 4 i I Idj: :.(..A : '
hut the Swedelauuhotl ihit Winchester
buy Ft'jryLoaded :
lobos are never heard of. During such 'ax P your gun, ; '

',- times the cattlemen and farmers grow ho and could declared 1 Heart Cure : i : Shotgun Shells: "New Rival," loaded wih: ; 1

careless and they ride about unarmed 1 ,
'li until some one in the neighborhood not leave his I Slack powder; "Leader" and "Repeater," loa,;-.. -Jf
"I suffered in the left
agonizing pain
3 gets hurt by a wolf. work to look ; I f 1 react and between my shoulders from : with Smokeless. Insis upon having Winches: ;:: t4
after his stored
4 On Sunday morning Mr. Pope had 1.'-art. trouble. My heart would palpiflutcr r..

started on horseback to visit his sweetheart wealth.One r t ", then skip beats, until I Factory Loaded Shells, and accept no other: ;
,4 Olaf 1 i I' :uli no longer lie in bed. Night after 1
;l and near sunset when he was tay I : .'} 1 walked the floor, for to lie down ALL DEALERS KEEP THEMLPPICOUS ittWW& .

4 within about MX mill of Mr. D''lUCh sen fill ill, Hurl ; y .I -.; ::::.1 1 have meant sudden death. My ...
he noticed a large band of louoWOI,8 from it,\' Mt'Mi ;j-4I' \ ,1 '; ''i.:'"i !seined l sii most hopeless t m Bli :' .
below : L' in taking; Dr. Miles'! Heart Cure,
can -- --
crowing!' !' a pasture and movingin camp ,' i1 iieiued me from the first Later ... ---.

the direction of a bunch of steers. n Mexican doctor I t ,< :x Dr. Miles' Nemne with the

lIe at once galloped toward a point of came. For ) J/ : rt Cure and the effect was astoni ,f 50 YEARS'

tit.tber with the intention of getting days the min -, t1-r"' i i ,<. 1 earnestly implore similar suf-" EXPERIENCE
\ I t : r.stct give these remedies; a trial.
between the cattle and the wolves. er's daughterwatched aJ

a't his : ...... : Sold by all Druggists MONTHLY MAGAZINEA : ;
'hen he emerged from behind the I I'
bedside, and ho r ....- t \ on guarantee. .. I
;> rees, he found that the cattle were .. ':ii'. I fklo.I.._ 'LIBRARYll.w' '

in the act of and steadily 'l'I.'wv' ..... ... .
stampeding the I Dr. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind. r\ t':h' "' :" < i. .,r.'u'f.'
wolves were ready to fly at their worse. Finally t '\ I bWVI I.I *">. t'/. C.i.WIUtMlW L .
:: r.
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intotalexhms- ", ,
throats. Drawing revolver and driving - 1!2 Cor/PLnrr Nt'/SLs' YEAIILYMANY
tion she: left llamim and the doctor t<> i 1---------- 'i : : : _.
the into his flanks: he DESIGNS
spurs pony's SW.Ciro E -::: AND R'I
watch )by the sick man and n tired! to ;I I COPYRIGHTS Ac.
raised a cowboy jell and charged into PAPERS ON TIMELY TOPICS i
the mai'n room of the cabin. IIf:!!) PUAIs Anyone Bending a Fketrb and iti-gr i,:>t 11,n may
several of the lead .
the pack shooting I I $2.50 PER YEAR ; 25CTS. A COPY Qul'stro''nsw! oar opiiii .11 m' j goer an
whimpered talk\ in the room adjoiningaroused I iiiviiiinn is prubHtilr patent.itiliinuuunica-
ers. The cattle proved to be a gentleherd h.nssnctiyr .iitiilentiai. tIwnuookonYatenU
and instead of running her and, going to a crack in NO CONTINUED STORIES sent free. Oldest agency for securing patents.
The doc only Sold in EVERY NUMBER COMPLETE IN ITSELF Patents taken through gluon 4 To. receive
the wall, she peeped through.
they began to mill doubtless expecting I tpccuil nutlcet without charge, in the

i tint the cowboy would be able to pro tor was giving her father a potion and Sacks like thisgar Scientific American.A

Uaiuon. the traitor, was pulling' the I
*. tect them, and he might have done so, >OTICK.
bonds! from the floor where lay the illustrated weekly. Largest clreolation -
ut his pony stepped into a prairie dog To whom it may tou'vrII: Take iintn i that of any scientiflc joarnal. Terms S3 a
hidden where he had spied and year; lour months, |L Sold
gold by*U newsdealers.
l + and broke one of his legs. six months after date I will apply to tinlion-

!* ..Ic>'ope was now on foot between a watched Olafsen place it. The Feed that A. D. Penney 'ounty Judge of I5r v off ,.M MU N & CQ 36IBroadway, New Ynik

ch of frightened cattle and a big Seizing her father's repenting rifle county, for my final disettu; nxrdm' ; P 625 f st,Washington, D.C. .

she threw open the door and coveredthe keeps Mules up the property of the u 1 ; gt air
J of hungry wolves, lie attempted Price, deceas ito_,>i "EH At* tbl t 1
thetioor. -
Mexicans. Ramon cowered: on l 'i lia3est h
INS change positions with the cattle and feed bills IItPoF.u
but the rushed for the
.. 11t the wolves circled around the herd, Mau
and when the cattle streamed away girl. A bnUl -rim half way. and i i I t1 wn t3T. t trtg, >" sI
be sfell.. The young
the hungry lobos began to yelp and - '

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INCIDENTS INKING'S Edward actually passed this test of the hi;: hunt at Compiegne with' -

History seldom records an' instance Napoleon III. a huge stag sud- ::- -::-:: - "-., .- --.: .::.- : -:.: "
of any subject having struck his king tuMily turned and charged his horse at

LIFE. and yet survived and being accountedone !"siitiiK: : speed. Animal and rider 1
.0.f ,, ,
of the most estimable of men. This I wii-p hurled to the ground with a untaltllNNIgIRNNIa1111111tlIINIIN1mN41r'111alINtu.qulglxrx
: record however belongs to the",veteran >h M-k. lust the prince regained his feet

4:! Edward VII.'s Career Prolific Lord Wemyss. who recently celebratedhis '>t :; (,()lmd. and his first, effort was tosalve 1

eighty-third birthday. The incident : the! horse.

xl-'. of Interesting Anecdotes. occurred in the house of lords less than .

two years ago. Need More Help. Infants and Children.
U .Ln eul : fI I I I Iu I II I .4.I..ltl L I If Ip _
There was a vigorous debate on. The Often the overtaxed organs of digestion .1 n

LOVER OF SPORT AND OHILDEEN king, then heir apparent, was seatedon cry out for help for dyspepsia's pains

} I the cross' benches listening eagerly. nausea, dizziness, headaches liver com- The Kind({ You Have -

plaints, bowel disorder Such troubles
Immediately behind him Lord Wemyss
HI* Raga at Deerstalking Have Made I call for prompt use of-Dr. King's\ New .
arose to address the: house. He betrayed f
: Records In British Game Preserve '. Life Pills. They are gentle thorough; u .,, Always Bought
: his earnestness in the subject ilk "I' l iqI tIP! 'li it .l C l I l.t l tIi d
' How lIe Helped Blind and guaranteed to cure. 2t; ;. at J. B.
a BeggarnExample
' at'issue by the wild vigorous swinging Screven's drug store. AVegefable'Preparation for As,-
of Ills Good Humor-StrikIng -
: of his arms. similatingtheFoodandReguta- .

Incident of Ilia Interest In Science. More than once the earl's fists Brotherhood of Death.In ling the Stomachs andBovrels of Bears the 1

swooped dangerously near the prince's 1 i
[ a veldt cemetery,] I
zt I shining hat. With a period of eloquencethe Peace to the quiet dead! -: ti, I 2 "
King Edward, by reason of his long
venerable peer concluded his ad Trooper and burgher here. i
years as a traveler when the Prince of True to the men who led. Signature
dress. Down came his arms in a gesture }
Wales has been True to their lights fell near. ,
to. have been Promotes DigestioixCheerful-:
delivered with all the he
vigor Question not right nor wrong I p.
ti. known by sight to more people than could command plump on the crown Question not gain nor loss; ness ardRest.Contains neither of

", sovereign who -llved. lie had Brothers in death they lie Opmm.Morphine nor Mineral.
any ever of the prince's high hat, driving it down
Under starry cross.
visited practically all of the civilized and over the royal eyes. NOT NARCOTIC.

lands long before the time when he The earl'. argument ended right these Brave men and true alike; I .., A'r k n
and he turned into Matters not creed nor race; ( _
was called upon to assume the throne. profuse apologies to All are of one great kin !

;' and everywhere he was greeted by the prince. The latter interrupted witha Here in the resting place. t RzapeoOMfs'g171f7rILR 1
smile of good humor. "No harm," Nation 'gainst nation strives Pumpkin Sail' 1
-.. great crowds, always good natured, MX Suva*
I said Edward laughing, "but I'll just Endlessly 'neath the sun; JiocAtUeSaltt- n
which cheered him and wished him i When the "great silence" falls In
move out of the danger zone. Aiiitt.Setd
All are in rest as one. flppermint )ct
well says the Chicago His % &
Some years ago there was a feastin Ancaeaodat.IzIrKxmfced *
love of travel, his fondness for sports Whitechapel prepared by the lord Tears for the wrongs that keep '

tz and his ability to enjoy a joke made Far from us peace and good! .
mayor of London for a number of ftarar
:;l' Edward's life prolific of anecdotes. Tears that In life there Is VuatffyroM-. J i'iif Useiju
crippled children. The future king, accompanied No happy brotherhood! I
! .
His love for children, too has been the
dead! Remedy forConslipa-
by his wife, number of Peace to the quiet perfect

4- basis of many kindly tories princesses and Prince Charles of Denmark Life's'errors cleared away; tion, Sour Stomach.Diarrhoea,
{ The extent to which the term "the Brothers in hope they wait Jeverish-
Worms Convulsions, i
t went to see the spread. There The breaking of the day. For Over
business king" was justified when applied was a long programme of talks and U M. Bromley in Westminster Ga. ness and LOSS OF SLEEP. "j

to King Edward is illustrated bya recitations and musical numbers. The zette. r.
told of him after the Simile of !
story shortly Tac Signature
king looked on in silence for a time, -- ---- -- -------- - -- -- ---- '
death of Queen Victoria lie had two I
seeing the eager hungry faces of the i YearsFf'
I. : J relatives "in trade," a state of being Thirty
little ciipples and reading there the NEw YORI\: 1
which is toY
English society
, on prone
impatient anticipation of the feast to
frown the relatives "being: the brothers 47f i . '
come. Still the talks and recitationsand c t D I

i of the late Duke of Argyll. music kept up. I l
intimate friend asl.ed: the e .iW
An king 4 IIC
Finally E w:1I'l110st patience, cut the"programme" I I'
how he liked it.
'. short with a few words ,31
"You know the great firm of -'" and then said .to the little guests: EXACTCOPYCFWRAPPEn. i y !
"tjJ:4 &
he asked. "Well. I would into partnership [
go "Now, then, children, begin. Just 7
; with them tomorrow if they \?" THE CFNTAWB CC'IIII".Y NCW YORK CITY
r' ,; pitch morgues
in! And pitch in the little ones !
fin.m :'T. :ri"
would have
Y me. -
did, not awaiting any second invitation -
How closely Edward followed sports Blows out the gas and furnishesthe
the his de
royalisitor showing
different has been shown newspapers with a jest and
f in phases
light with smiles and laughter. The an obituary notice.II l I
time and but single incident -
again '
heir apparent even entered into the know it was loaded" be

' illustrated it better than the letter of spirit of the occasion M> heartily that an honest plea, but it may never

congratulation he wrote to Dr. W. G. he thought it new ry to taste the brought a victim back to life. \ The Seaboard Air-Line Railway

; Grace the cri.-ket\ player who was= gingerette which was served to the Those who let a cough run on, \

: making sensational. records In 1SU3.;:) children. in ignorance of the danger l I .

This !letter, written by Edward's sec- I find no escape from the con / CAPITAL COY EtcDUTI1.
"It was a wry face the king made, .
when the cough develops -
follows sequences
rotary was as : said one of the spectators, recalling the into lung trouble.
,; Dear Sir-The Prince of Wales has m The Shortest Route. The Best Line.
watched with much interest the fine event after the prince had assumedthe The best time to kill a snakeis 'II .

\ scores which you continue to make in throne, "but be insisted on beingone in the egg. The best timeto

the great matches this 'ear. lIe now of the children for the time." cure a cough is when it DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE

learns that you have beaten all records He played with the royal children starts. Ordinarily, a few dosesof
by scoring l.OuO runs during the first Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical .. Including Sumlu: >.
Incidents often
just as heartily. were
month of the cricket season, as well as Discovery will
cure \
in told of at when the a -TO-
completing more than 100 centuries days Copenhagen
cough at the beginning. But
first class matches His royal highness late emperor of Iln'sia and the king of even when the Savannah Columbia Southern Pines
cough is deep-
cannot allow an event of such interest to ,
England were staging at tin Dam>hcourt. seated, the lungs bleed and the
all I lovers of our national game to pass
unnotu oil by him, and he has desired me These stunts related how the body is wasted by emaciation \ Richmond, Washington Baltimore,

to off-r ou his congratulations upon this autocrat of all the Uus-ias and Edward Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical \ ,

magnificent performance I played hide and seek with the Di overyi1l in ninetyeightcases Philadelphia New York,

As an indication of the king's kindly little Itussian and IJlllbh princelings, out of every hunch ed effect >,

nature a story is told of how he wentto jolly, large hearted aUtl even trotting. ,. a perfect aud permanent cure. '- Thro'l.1.g11 3P\i.lltn.i\ti: 1ooj ors.

the aid of a blind beggar trying to ":'olv husband had been coughing for ears and
about on all fours to amuse them. I people frankly told nit that he wool 5 gu into con- Only Line Operating Thfl;Ugh Pullman Cat :Service Jacksonville it
cross Pall Mall in the midst of heavy Ab a prince Ed ward was a misclneous : sumption," writes :Mr, John shtreman of No to New Orleans. '
traffic. As soon as he observed the and often received his 26:; 25th Place Chicago, ills "He tiduch: terrible -
\ youth just
coughing sixth we not only grew much For further information, write
' plight of the blind man he went to bis dl'Sf'l'ts.l le walking along the shoreat alarmed but looked for the bur!'tinpcf ablood- i:. L. UUXni, Jen. Pas.grnt. A, 0. MM'DONTLL. As:,t. (5.'n. IVs Agent

rescue, took him by the arm and led JsLorne one day he spied a boy vestl or a hemorrhage at most any time. After Portsmouth, \'a. Jurkbouvilh, Fla' 'E
three hew
chjs' coughing a* too weak to cross lrr
him safely across the street. gathering shelltish. Waiting until his the room. The doctor did him no *ood. I \S.M.B\RR, Virc-I'reMdeiit and Ot'111'ral Mill: :i:;i'i', 1'mtMin.uth V.i .1

The incident was forgotten until stated the ease to a druggist, who handed me a :.t
back was turned, the prince upset the bottle of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. -.
some time afterward when a massive basket. The owner tinned and, seeing husbands recovery was remarkable In I

silver inkstand was received at Marlborough his work undone, seized upon the oul .three days after he began; using Dr. Pierce's -
Soldeu Medical he and WANt
: Discovery was up IF YOU 1
House bearing this inscription prit and struck him. Two round bottles and cured in two him.more" das- he went to work. v i ;

: The prince returned the blow with
The Common Sense :Medical Adviser
of Wales. From'one who KENTUCKYilS
To the Prince vigor and a light ensued. One of the
saw him oouluct a blind beggar across Osboine gardeners separated them, and IOOS pages, in paper covers, is !'enttee I I
the fctrt-et In memory of a kind and on receipt of 21 one-cent stamps to pay A IIou-c Paint that will
the prince was led to his father in a of Address Dr. ,
Christian act. expense mailing only. i
the battered condition. The father had Pierce Buffalo wear and look well, tie
Once while traveling in Paris as R. V. N. Y.

Prince of Wabs the king went into a viewed the scene from a distance and ___ - u__ _____ _____ .__ 9

picture ;gallery and while busy sightseeing at once saw to it that his son had an Pitkin's for Gentlemen
.'tI . .. who cherish .
observed two Americans. additional spanking. .-r' .J. ' A- r
? was by fi J 1.' ;,I'. I Quality N
.f- One offered to wager that he As a youth King Edward showed a '''i'

Wales, and bet of keen interest in matters of science, at rr ? .. s utryot Ready-Mixed :
-.v-ic...... the .Prince of a tt.
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$10 was n. \ll\ It happened that the F'ara'day "Z'iil:r." .-( J. .... A
'I' -"
had been overheard 'J> Guaranteed
remarks cf the bettors ", s. ", ,/ ,. .$ r'.... :. ,
chemistry classes in Edinburgh unher- ., t" .
members .
by the prince and the \, ( ;'
sity. Ou one occasion Dr. Playfair lie !\f H t/l of his parly. Soon one of the two mcuapproachrl t II, Premium : Sold lij t't. U'.I.t.\, It. L. MOTI.OU.
his mind !
one of the companions of sired to impress upon pupil's Lf4' I 7.- Titiittiiili", Moriil.t t
.S3fetoiiE&tt3&tt&Athens. .
the harmless action of a certain stageof :
and inquired who he'was.
the prince boat and told him that he might Paint.
"The Earl of Chester." was the reply. STGPS E31U
safely thrust his hand into a boiling fNjI -----
The American returned to his companion KIDNEY DISEASES

and admitted that ho had lost caldron of lead. I None getter mado: guaranteed : -
;_ "1f you tell me to do it, I will" saul Tenn., Juii. 27,1001. ..
the bot. UP was the winner but he I E\'ersir.crt-first! .ipi>f:iri:iee of nn" :: for fivePitkin's .vear-: ,
the prince. menses then vereer> irregular and I :
of joke on the part the most fatal of all dis '
was the victim a "Your royal highness do it with suffered with great pain in mv fling \ are .
; may - -- ------ --
who also was the Earl back, Foindeh and legs, with Union? \ - '
of prince \
safety." said Dr. Tlajfair. bearing down pains in tl-! a1'(It-men. jl eases.FOLEY'S.
Of ChosUT. his During the past month I bjoeen
the prmoo baring arm tl
excursions Thereupon taking\ 'ine of Carr n- und Tn tford'sBlackDraught.
On some of the hunting whileI'riuce to the dllllvuldl)" thrust it doop nun ,and lp:....idihi' .->>nnth- tt j Barn PaintI KIDNEY CURE Is i

\\hich he was fond of taking the white hot mass and triumphantly 1!ly period without pain for the first; time J
of Wales Edward ran counterto H in:rears, NAN- ME DAMS 2 Remedy
withdiew it unscathed, lie had 1111phcit .
:i of farmers against a -taii'lanl t >atii.;! for l ham .
the prejudices rontideuce. in the word of his inbtrraUr I

the hunters who tore down their fences and did not four to carry out What is life worth to a woman suffer-! and root \\ oikilloutlat: any : or money refunded. Contains

and tramped over their Colds, and in his: suggestions; to the loiter. ing like Nannie Davis: suffered? Yet t* other barn paint on the rnnrka. i remedies recognized by emi
fact that he was u
these experiences did the not alter the case Earlier in his life King Edward there are v omen in thousands c1 homes 5.V* Do not am-pt a sub-ti- nent physicians as the best for

the future king could make a tour of the golf links as today who are bearIng those: terrible
4; i
kind. troubles
tute. A buiMingof any Kidney and Bladder
vito and his "
a as amateur prowess
was quickly any menstrual pains ill silence li you are %
On one occasion while Edward at elephant hunting i> history in wll jiaintcd. will }ast two or I PRICE 50c. and
t Oxford he and one of these.we wari to say that this & I $1.00.'r d
an undergraduate at the jungle country. He could handle same three along a:*; ow- ]left i ito Y
over : )

au HoldsUeu equerry were they taking ran a into an angry a the yacht mast as His well bass as any at deer sailor stalking before .J ) the im-ivv, of th; t'Il11pn ,$, I I B_A tttB.. SALVE. .. :;'l'.r :

pitch- EOfcARDln II thCraioh.i4.It; t33Yalit ', id. ,
flourishing a I "U ;
who was in the -
farmer have: made game preserves _
to explain :
attempted '
fork. The equerry of Enshmd.: ,
crossing the j bring you permanent relief: Console t; :
that was i (
who it was Only a few months ago the king dur I

fields. the few days: he spout at Balmoral yourself with the knowledge; that P-11ftIDiA :
"Prince or no prince," replied the showed that his aim w;.. as Miro u- 1.000,000\vompn have been ccrnplctciy: !! Ceo1 WI Pitkin CO1 !! \ ;
beforeyou ,
sovcreij3 cured by Wine of Cardui. These
farmer "I'll have a when during his Indian tour in l1isl'al'l women ,

pass." r life he established= the record ofbringing suffered from leucorrhoea, irregular .

The money was paid and the prince I. : down six tigers in one daj menses, headache, backache, and CHICAGO and KANSAS CITY. Feed. kA DONKEY ON

remarked Afterward that "a deter Years as* he showed his skill as a deerstalker bearing down pains. Wine of Cardui -- - - -- -- AaT EVERY e / j
mined' man could do wonders with." a / In the forest of Mars seven will stop all these aches and pains .\U II I"TH.\TOI'S NOTICE. SACK. i rtff'L

pitchfork and a little persuasion fell before his gun in one day. jn \ ,
stags for you. Purchase a $1.09 bottle! of j;
noted for his Notice i,, hereby given to all concerned
King Edward has been few Once when shooting at Chillingham Wine of Cardui today and take it in that six mouth* from date I will present my '. ,'.iI.l < KEEPSMULES

proverbial good humor. There are ")'11e brought down in a single shot the privacy of your home.For final accounts and apply to the Hon. A. I)" UF

men in private life who could taft;the d of the famous I Penney county judge of Brevard counts AND
l'ljor FEEt
; write.r
lords, have t\1'-"*ate ,?aJ: "now : Jvii'e aadnteratareadtireb, l giving:snip- Florida for my discharge as administrator of
house of u .J 1 crushed down over tl -'I"t ':'.. Jb i j III )Ztl\eed- C};r:1ose' e the Tae Tenn.Cbattanooga Medicine Co., Chauanoega, said county. WIT T.I.\Y GIBSON, ....

swinging fists o' nttT. : .i. a fOi saJe.-1 las >>. \dministrator of F. Edward GibsoU; 4 '
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- } 1 :; _.:. ,'fI ,8 \ THE FLORIDA STAR : FRIDAY, JULY 11, 19C2.. a .

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.t .-. .
;t-'. ;... .. COCOA'BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Oar young people who spent the Fourth
'. : Malabar and ScrofulaFew
: ,_ ", ; WILLIAM INDLE.-Undertaker and Embalmer Titusville. Fort Pierce,

i .' .-t- Bicycles and Sewing Machine' sap- Melbourne beach, all report a fine time. are entirely free from it. G. F. DUREN:, Agent '
I ',- / plies.Tinning and Pipe Fitting, Repairing J
and Mrs. T. C. Nicholson went to
of Every Description. Agent for Beveridge Mr. It may develop so slowly as to cause i it

Steam Cooker. Palm Beach on July 3rd to visit Mrs. little it any disturbance during tbe whole

I Ni holson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hazel- period of childhood.It .
; .
j <: FI .XK'LIPP-Practical Shoemaker. F6rty
hurst. then of the 1 1i
J. years experience; all kind of repairing may produce irregularity s

; done, nice and cheap; also ladies'and men's Miss Annie E. Goode returned home stomach and bowels, dyspepsia, catarrh, .y + and
I marked tendency. to consumption
shoes made to order. last Saturday after spending three very before manifesting itself in ranch cutaneous \Vestern1Ieats

.' -'- GO TO J. M. SANDERS, The Old Reliable pleasant months as a guest at the beauti- eruption or glandular swelling.It .
fresh and reliable goods is best to be sure that: you are quite t .
t Store, for good, ful home of Hon. C. McCarty, Ankona.
such as Dry Goods, Saddlery, Crockery, free from it, and for its complete eradica- ,r

Hats,Trunks and a full ,line of Groceries.I.f Mrs. S. F. Gibbs and family, and Miss tion you Can rely onHood's
4 t r Fannie Lou Hoke returned home on tt of allKinds.
JARVIS HOUSE-Open all the year round. SarsaparillaThe
: Pleasant location facing the river on river; Monday\ from Melbourne beach, where I f

4 f .. front. Rates$2.00 per day,special terms by they have spent the past two weeks very i best of all medicines for all humors. ,, d (roflri .
\ -f 6
;< ,
the week or month: pleasantly.Died I

early Monday evening by taking poison
the home of :Mr. ,
> last Sunday, at Wrecked !
I I supposed to have been morphine. Sup Titusville Florida.
'I INOIIN RIVm RIPmS.r Nathan Downey, Mr. Ira Crosby, aged ,
posed the Funeral
80 :Mr. Downey has taken care of despondency was cause. Your home and property
I years. took place at his father's, J. E should be protected by.... . .
this old gentleman for about seven years, o
Briefs Fultz, Spruce Bluff, Tuesday afternoon.Mr. l
Paragraphs Personal and Newsy Insurance ff
I and has done all in his power to make
Fultz honest and industrious
was an
4 at Towns Along the Coast. last days in this life as comfortable as :" from FIRE. LIGHTNING
I! young
if II j possible. and CYCLONES. The expense -
>. COCOA. "Xo further seek his merits to disclose, is small compared to

i Mrs. Beal, of City Point, was in town VOTE FOR McFARLAXD. .Or draw his frailties from their dread abode, the risk of a catabtrophy

: shopping on Tuesday. He is for abolishing the county court, There they alike forever shall repose like this. Write to or ask .

thus saving the taxpayers about $3,000 The bosom of his Father and his God." Sc&uyler & Branning, Tuu&vii,

l., Mr. Tom Sanders, Indianola, left on adv for reliable information

Tuesday for North Carolina.Gladys per year. WHITE CITY. rates etc., etc. . . . .'
:. and Helen Magruder will leave FORT TIKIJCE. :Mr. Findly has become the happy possessor - -- -- -- -- ---- -----

( : next week for South Carolina. The Glorious Fourth was a grand suc of a horse. BOBBINSQEAHAM

L cess. The hotel and all boarding houses
Wilson and daughter of Rock-
t Mr. J. M. Orrel shipped from 1500 pines
down the river. were filled. The Jensen band discoursed
J ledge, are visiting friends &
excellent music throughout the day and set twenty months ago 42 crates, which .
: . Mr. 0. K. Wood is in town having evening. All parts 'of the programmewere netted him an average; of2.00 per crate. CO. I !:

t some improvements made on his prop- carried out. It was remarked that and Will pines grow in White City? Come (Incorporated. Paid up Capital 23000.00) I I+li ; fw II+ t t i

I erty. the greased pig went in a balloon. see.
Ii 1 up :This owns lands ,
: ; Mr. Sam Childa completed his work at When last seen it was soaring to the flat- Mr. John Nystrom, of Jacksonville, in the company Indian River Country ON THE FOURTH OF JULY

> 4 Sebastian last week. and returned home woods. formerly a resident of this city, is spending open np one of my bottles of
the St. Lucie River
Friday.Mr. The gun shoot, which begun at 10 a. a few weeks here with friends. Mr. on OLD WINE OR WHISKEYat
at New River and Bib- drink to the health and prosperity of
John Powers will leave for Tampa m., lasted until 5 p. in. Honors in eightof N, has property here and is much inter- B' friends and self. These gouts are pure and

t on Friday next, to be absent for a weekor the ten events were carried off hy memo ested in White City. cayne wholesome. Unexcelled for richness strength

ten days. bers of the Fort Pierce Gun club. Fields, Some of our people sought enjoymentin PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.I and flavor. Right for health and hospitality.

Wooten and Travis, of the Cocoa club, a beer picnic last Sunday] which they Send<< for land list. R.. L. Mo'tlo,
Merritt left Saturday
Mr. Thursby, OFFICES AT . .
carried off the honors in the other two
,t for his regular summer vacation in in the held in our beautiful settlement notwithstanding TITUSVILLE AND :'III.UII.TITUSVILLE and COCOA.

i New York events. The clube represented we had preaching services here .
city. - .
4 shoot were Yonkers, N. Y., Newark, N. for the first time in six months.

Mrs. Dr. Capron and two daughters: J., Miami, Cocoa and Fort Pierce. '
spent Tuesday in Cocoa. Miss Jessie The tournament was exciting and wit- While the north and west are suffering Jas. Pritchard & Son

+ ,', for several from rain and cold weather we are suffering ,
: went to Daytona days. nessed by crowds. The winners, Harry
from heat and drouth. .
Just think of
Miss Klary Wittfeld of Georgians Sample first, Dan Carlton second, Lucius Headquarters
it Snow in northern Illinois in the latter
for. . . _
in town Tuesday. She entertained a Raulerson third, and Chas. ulton fourth.
of June with
part a temperature of Odt'gl'l'es
number of friends at her home on the Each presented a crown to the lady of

4th. his choice, Mr. C. McCaity makingthe or lower.

+ 11 } presentation speech, which was exceedingly After several weeks of severe illness ofa HARDW ARE
Mr. brothei him
( Daughtrey's joined interesting to all who attendedthe complication of diseases, the little son ,
Wednesday to work for the Singer Sew- '
. grand ball. of Mr. and Mr?. Bates, aged two years,
ing Machine company. Mr. Daughtrey afternoon. ...Tinware Crockery Stoves...
passed away Sunday The en- ,
Miss of Titusville is
I is making a success of his business. Josephine Brady, ,
tire community sympathize with the.bereaved Boat Goods Paints Oils
Et the guest of Mrs. W. N. Hendry. ,
i Mr.
Henry Remington, who has been parents.
i the efficient agent at Cocoa for Mr. and Mrs. II. G. Bronson start for andVVOODEN
express Rev. II. Keigwin\ -
; six months past, left Wednesday for Connecticut the 16th of this month. synodical missionary V ARE.
i for Florida, was here last Sunday and
4 ; f Quitman, Georgia, to accept a similar po- Ruth Chapter No. 12, order of the Eastern preached two good sermons, which werea Write for prices.

,: '" sition. Mr. Lowry, of Palm Beach, is Star, was organized Tuesday eveningby feast to all who heard them. Considerable TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. 1

.. his successor. F. Morgan/,: deputy of Titusville.The interest was manifested and it is Box 212. ..t

#p l Hon. G. S. Hardee went to Jackson- large engine house being built by the hopes of some that a church wil! be

'. vile Tuesday, where his family opined the East Coast railroad is nearing com organized very soon JAMES PHITCHARD. .Pi. sident. W. M. BROWN, Vice-President. C. S. SCHUYLER Caahier

.. him the next day and they then left ford pletion.

New York. Tey will also visit their VOTE FOR McFAIILANl\ INDIAN RIVER STATE BANKa
f. lIon. A. J. Lewis, of West Palm Beach,
daughter, Mrs. G. W. Skelley, in Janes- was a pleasant visitor in town the last lIe is against dispensary system adv

ville, Wisconsin, ere returning home. \ '
E ,
few days.
F County Depository.
Weekly Weather ICeport.P. .

Mt EAU GALLIE Many have gone to .attend the Green .S.DEPARTMENT: OF AGRICULTURE* WEATH- Authorized Capital,$100,000.

i 4. Warm summer weather and a rest from Corn dance of the Seminole Indians, EC BUREAU. Paid up Capital, $ 25,000.

the mosquitoes. which begun Monday. Comparative statement of temperatures Average Deposits, $100,000.TRANSACTS .
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and rainfall for the week
Mrs. N. E Trowell Mrs.\ A. C. ending Tuesday,
;"- T. C. Burns returned to West Palm Edge July Sth, 190-. A
ii. Beach on Tuesday. and :Mrs. Eddie Edge left Monday morn- 1902 1901

ing for North Carolina. DATE. MAX. MIN. MAX. MIN. General Banking Business
If" Twelve more boats added to Eau Gallie ,
July..- 2 89 71! h7 7-> ...,
'' r fishing fleet this week. 3. Stl J so M 70
STU.\I T. 4, Ss 7ti M 70 Largest and Oldest

I 1 All the steamers in Eau Gallie were Mrs. C. K. McMullen returned to her 5. S7 77 S5; 77

r'", busy during the 4tli of July. home in Miami Saturday night. .". t t1. 81, 77 Mi 73 Jiaiik on the II i her.
7. "$ 70 84 77
.. Exchange Bought and Sold ;e r4.c+ '
Hodgson Bros. shipped a lot of machinery Miss A. J. Hitching, :Mr. and :Mrs. s !l0 74 8(5 79! on r. : :

l to Jacksonville this week. Curd Schroeder, Cleveland Kitching and Total rainfall for the week.0.16 inch. all Foreign Countries.
I Departure from the normal rainfall for the
't ,! + Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Young will shortly A. L. Lane spent a delightful: Sunday at week minus 119 inch Patronage appreciated. Prompt si ivies, ; I

occupy their new home on Young street. the home of Mr. S. Kitching, Sebastian, Departure: from normal rainfall since Jan1 lxlitetrcatmcutuuietieryftvarconsisteut ,: rx j

t returning home Sunday evening. Mis* 1902, minus S 39! inches. with conservative banking jiranud.rORRIMOXDEXTS r. gyp. -, r
Miss Bessie Iiodgson.spent Saturday
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and Sunday with her friend, Miss Single"ton A. J. Hitching remained a few weeks'vacation. Observer Weather Durcau.Treasurer's Seaboard: National: Hank of New York, _I ,
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'!- of Rockledge.Honors and National Hank of Ja<'ksouville.TITUSVILLE. -

Mr. I). I). Powell, representing S. J. Statement.
are even in Eau Gallie for the FLORIDA.

r 4th cost: We lost in baseball but carried Sligh, of Jacksonville, nearly killed JULY, 110! :!. ,
Tuesday morning by the northbound
o- off
a prize in sailing. Rilancc cash on hand June 1, lt0L! / 111,509.92! !
Mr. and Mrs. Frank passenger. Mr. Powell attempted to cross! Amount received in June, 1902) ____ .3, B.L. BRADY & BRO.
Houston will occupy the track in front of the engine when he __ ,
the Young residence as soon as vacated slipped and fell full length. lIe rolled Total____________$ir; .lrj.55! ; i '

t by its present occupants. over quickly off from the track, the engine; i. Less amount paid in June, 1902.= and GROCERIES, HAY, GRAIN AND ALL FOOD PRODUCTS.

b A new propellor and shaft is expected hitting his foot and causing a bad sprain.Mr. warrant delivered to county commivjioners Ve handle pnNlui.. "I'al! kindWe arc nj-ente for Manes' Ft'rtilizl'rWI' dud) !

-j I daily for the steamer Spartan, after that Powell has hardly recovered from and bard of public instruction ill the above line III' goods. and solicit the trade of all consumersVriti: to ctluiely' >
_______$ 4,2! u" I prices on
nuuu nn ({rain and all (innemdeliver.. .! ,
arrives she will resume her route on the the shock yet. at vonr station; E. L. mUDm;"? 'fIT t ,a\1.1.10:, FLA.

Indian river. The coronation, the actual one. took Balance cash on hand July 1. l02!' ) $10.HHi.Vi!

Mr. Person Paddison was in Eau Gallic place at Fort Pierce on July 4th, ill Carle- '' The above amount is held as follows: EAST COAST lUMBER
for a few days this lasLw eek. He will be ton hall. Hon. C. T. McCarty, of An- i. Debited:; in Indian River State CO

stationed at Titusville with the Ea-t:: kona, made a'ery nice and appropriate bank as per ca>)hicr's certificate attached = ,,!

Coast Lumber and Supply Co. speech, at the end of which oc issued to monthly but not in report_____n, _I lesschecks __?10.91tJ.! ... -
curred the coronation. :Miss Florida ; General fifes, (. ILLII:, I'LL
A large contingent of Eau Gallie citizens
of Sebastian crowned Balances belonging; to each fund are as Yard at TifiiMiiu* Laii
V : Hitching, was Gallic and Toil Piruc.
.? are taking in the grand barbecue, : follows:
picnic and horse racing at Bovine Queen of Beauty by )1 r. Hairy Sample. i. COMPLETE STOCK OF LUMBER AND
The maids of honor who were crowned. County re\euup.general fuIH1$1.3j.j: !' MATERIAL OF ALL KINDS.
Thursday of this week, the Eau Gallie I ". road<< and bridge ______ M991! !
were, respectively, :Misses; A. J. Hitching; I ___
Ramie company sending out a teamloadat .. building on 13:2" SASH AND DOORS, BLINDS AND BUILDERS' HARDWARE.
of Stuart; Ethel Coutant, of Miami, and fine and forfeiture ___n_ G222:
50 cents for the round trip. Among Kittie Saunders, of Providence, R. I. For feeding prisoners '* __u__ 4sJOS. AUIIKKSS ALL niuii: TO TilE (;"; IH.U. OITK:.
those noticed in the party were Mrs. slit r'd fd, New DUt. 1_-____ 213.1
I other the dance ..
some reason or prepared
Ainsworth, Mrs. Paddison, :Mrs. Ropsiter, New 3------ 1300.02:
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for the royal set did not come off. Owingto GEO. N. HATCH
X 4.------1,555.51 :
Miss Bessie Hodgson, C. Ainesworth, J. to '. .. .. : : :
the intense heat and the mosquitoes, New 5------ 77.04 .
E. :M. Hodgson, P.: A. McMillan, Mrs. game warden fund __ _____ 2' .00 --- --- - --
the dance broke 1:30 of --
at m. July .
up p. Dealer in
1 : McMillan, Miss Hopkins, Miss Harriet property deceased persons General
5th. The Jensen concert band did very fund--------------------- 1.80 Merchandise
Towne and others. ,
.. i many fine work. school fund -- ---- -- ----- .
.1JP.t (general)------ 1.01 """- -- -- -- ==:,
consistins of -
.___ everything
special tax: school dist. 1 334.70
VOTE FOR McFARLAND.. SUICIDE ATMl'VKT.Mr. .. .. .. .. 264355 usually kept in a ROCKLEDGE, FLA.
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The ring is against him, the railroad is George A. Fultz, the contractor and 3____ 51333'fotaL 0. --

against him therefore the people should builder of this place, commuted suicide j' __________?10 916.5s! -

y 1. support. him. adv. i Respectfully, The of
-- --- -- -- - 'I' Lamp Steady Habits
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MELBOUKNE. ..\ .... !! ,.-_ _. ,
+i County Treasurer. PR The lamp that.loP n't flare up or smokp or cause you ***fc
I to UM Led ldiu'n.1the; lamp that looks
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Phillips spent the good when
Teething I cut ir'-t 11 .mil a. dod ; the lamp that you never willlagh
tth 1th at Fort Pierce. I i You assume no risk: when you buy i + r 4 part with, j Chamberlain's Cholera Colic and Diar-
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i it.ct All business houses in Melbourne were # Then the baby is most likeI rhoea Remedy. B. R. Wilson & Son will ; : f c Ncw Rochester. I

f"-. -' -; Lt !, 1' closed after 9 a. m. on the 4th. Iy nervous, and fretful, and 'I i refund your money if you are not satis-: Other lamps mate offered you as "gust as good "_ -

i dt 1hL The Hood families spent the 4th at I doesn't gain in weight.Scott's :'fled: after using it. It is everywhere ad- 4_- th ym.iI I-' in?vaf rest rcts, but for all around goodm - ,
r a- v. there only one Tlte Xrv llochfster.
i i mitted to be the most successful remedy To make _
ope 1} Malabar going there in Mr. J. T. Hood's sure the L:mp offered you is_genuine, Icxjk for the name
'' ch of I I Emulsion .01,i i, in use for bowel complaints, and the only t on it ; every lamp h .it. i3X( Varieties.)
fast little launch.
| one that never fails. It is pleasant, safe Old I h'.5-1c-
r11 oP h Mr. Fred Fee returned home Saturday 1 is the best food and medicine I i i and reliable. u gay -whether
cban T sfftJM i *-' .rz j rii iLuf you
from Fort Pierce. We were all glad to ; for teething babies. They IIif ). ,, .. __' >! r
ut tb4 from he start. I DKAY1NO. ais ss s
gee Fred'a bright face again. gain nt A jiTgJBAMI +
;; ant} of'" free sample. e.I All kinds of hauling and dr-ung attended lY LL -
then Mr. Wade Jones, one of Titusville J.. e pe" eJl. iOWNE. Chemists, is to promptly. I meet_ grains. h

popular young candidates, was in towft 409"." t. 11 t"(, all druggists.1Jew York' Stove wood for sale. a4 ,. IIL
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