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 25, 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: VID00636
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 34175599
alephbibnum - 002071719
lccn - sn 96027111
lccn - sn 96027111
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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!.,>, '; '.' 1h 6- d' it. THE FLORIDA .STAR: FRIDAY, JULY ,25, 1902. . 'r---

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. t-:: tiU TING FANG'S BOOK Wu Ting: Fang will ,find opportunityif A NOVEL MISSION.' ,,
,. '. his work is to be the revision of the -. ' Ball Goods.Balls tr 1
iff laws of,China, as reported,.to emulate How:Two YoungMen Are Trying to'
Settle the Alaskan Boundary .
and to *
the policies of .Li Hung Chang
i:; : I Chiriese'Minister Two men from Philadelphia
c Will Write demonstrate that many of his projectswere young !
not mere oriental dreams. He is Thomas and Edwin Balch, are now in : t

.,,;::' .'". One on America. :hale. and hearty. His disposition is St. Petersburg' engaged in a search Bats, Masks Gloves, Shoes, and Complete Uniforms.. .,

r' frank, and he is very loyal to his which !f successful will end the dis- f'

I :* i AMAZED AT OUfriDAPTIVENESS., ; friends. pute between the United States and Trade. supplied at Manufacturers' Prices i Send.for 1902 Catalogue. 5

I'. Great Britain' over th 'Alaskan bound The H. & W. B DREWCOMPANY, "
.f THE FALLEN CAMPANILE. ary and dispense with the modus vi--
V '.' "hla, With Activity and Mental Fer- Agents for A. G. SPAULDING; & BROS.,
vend of Oct. 20 1S90 signed Secretary
HlHtory of Famed Bell Tower of 61:
}fv' !- tlllty, I* What Has Made the United Mark's Church In"Venice. of State John Hay and Reginald Jacksonville. Fla.
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, t: R State Great" Claim, the States, Dominating as it did all the sur- Tower. :

t dpi : man-"The Wonderful Nation" Title rounding buildings in the famous Officials of the state department at S. CARROLL,

;;t.. ; = of HI. Book. square of St. Mark, the campanile, the Washington, although asserting that

Wu Ting Fang, the Chinese minister great bell tower of St. Mark's church, the Balch brothers have no recognized Staple and Fancy GROCERIES

t.':', ci at Washington, recalled to Peking, isshaping' which was demolished the other day, status with this government admit ......-
,;: that they are and have been from the -
of all the
the most conspicuous
affairs for the reception of was
Hay, Grain, Fresh Fruits and Vegetables, Florida.
first fully aware of their mission and Titusville
.. his Chen who landmarks of Venice, says the New I' ,
: 1' successor, Liang Tung, hope they will succeed says the New Tin, Glass and Crockery Ware. "
York Times. It rose sheer above the We solicit patronage. Mail orders promptly attended to.
Is expected in a few weeks. As Mr. York Herald. One official said: your

Wu has been given a position of prom highest pinnacles of the famous "The Balch brothers are simply investigating

.,' inence. in'China his recall is not regarded church and had stood there:, visible Ole matter as one would ii i "THE EAST COAST OF FLORIDA ,1 ? I 4

4 as" loss of caste. for a considerable distance from the investigate any scientific subject, to is PARADISE REGAINED." t' :

:f ,- nt. "My departure I will sincerely regret city, for a little over 1,000 years.In gain more knowledge. One is,a geographer I IS .

. ;, ," said Minister Wu to a New York the early days of the republic men and the other an artist, but :

. , World correspondent the other day stood on the tower to watch for home- both have entered upon this labor con S f
'"for the American people have been coming vessels, and the news of manya amore. We wish them every success FLORIDA EAST. COAST RAILWAY, .

exceedingly kind to me, and I have victory was signaled jp the anxious and of course should they make any
citizens in this way. but the tower valuable discovery the United States

Vii cannot thoroughly tell .what enjoyed will my be stay the nature here. of I was also used for the purpose whichits would probably profit by it, but really LOCAL TIME CARD No. 41. In Effect June 8, 1902.

my-work in China. name signifies. According to some they have no official status." '

"My impression of the United States authorities, four bells were rung for It is admitted that the Balches visited SOUTHBOND-READ DOWN. NORTHBOUND-READ UP. "-

; .: I reserve for a book which I propose various purposes. One sounded at the state department before startingon 1No. 39 No. No. 78iNo. 32 aIDaily

to' call 'The Wonderful Nation; I intend dawn to call the laborers, another their mission and had a consulta 351 MAIN LINE Dally D 1l1 rt

3 : to 'scoop' some of you newspapermen opened the official bureaus, a third tion with officials. Since Vitus Bering,

,. but 'I title indicates called the councils, and the fourth a Dane naturalized in Russia sailed 5 C7 plIO 15& Lv.....................Ja.cksonville .....................Ar 7 C3 p 8 tOa i
.: suppose my of who 5 03 pll0:13 a. Lv...................So. Jacksonville.............. ....Lv 4 oa p 842&615pil8na f
of ideas and almost tolled out the requiem persons through the strait to which he gave his .. .. ............ y:J .
r something my .......................St.August! e.... .. 5 eop 740a
set guessing. There- were to be executed. Galilei made name, in 1740 several surveys of the 6 t5 1C3p .........................Bastincs ......................... 511 p 100'ia a'Jq ,.
enough you tower.The t:: 100 p 131Sp ........................Ea.stPala.tka...................... j 63 p e 60& c733p125lp '"
from the o
fore I might as well give you some of many observations peninsula have been made. Naval Cap- -< ............................ Neop;&.. ........................ 4171> 6ITa at!!.
basic ideas. campanile was begun by the tains Krenitzin and Leva&heff surveyedthe 7 43pI 1061. ..........................Bunnells.......................... t O'p 6 05&q 1\3 !
my Pietro Tribuno in the 888. 752p llap....................... .1)Lpont........................... 307" tibGa g'O ;'
"I have been struck from the first doge year peninsula and charted its coast in o 8191> 143p..........................Ormoau......................... 3 3p 61'aE1 ::-;'
with the activity of nation. Ac- In 1329! it was restore Nearly a cen- 1708. but the extent of their work is i:: 833p 153p........................Daytona......................... 313p I 622a ., r'JII ..
your later it with its 8391' 2Clp ........................Port Orange./.. a cap 613& ..fie903p .
tivity, mental fertility and adaptive- tury was provided not now known unless their reports :< 223p ........................NewSmyrna....................... 2171' 465& :! i1
the salient characteristics of stone top, and in 1517 the figure of are still on file at the Russian capital, .. ....... 2 tSp .......................Oa.k HUl.......................... e 2ip ...... t1i11-I; )
L- ness are the at the summit. Z ....... 3 lp .........................TitusvHle.................. ...... 1 t91'1. ...... M g
the American people. Through these: angel was placed as the Balches hope. Further efforts in ....... 353p ........:............... ....Cocja. .................;...... 113pl....... o. odp
7:: three qualities this people has The campanile was buof brick. this line were made by Juan Perez in .c. ....... tOll' .........................Rockled e.......................... 11 13p.,,>:;:.
grown It 325 feet and 42 feet ....... t 30 p '...... ..................Eau Gallie.:2 i'p ....... ;-
r' in a short time to a position of glory was high 1774, and two years later James Cook f" : ....... 4 331. .....................lelboume........................ :2 3311....... ; ::e:
J j-: and square on a stone base simply dec- \'isited.Ia ka. y p .. .. 5191' \. ........................Sebastian........................ 1163 a ....... xa 5z
J power. orated with The ti ....... G 03p ................,.........St. Lucie.......................... 11 O.5 a ....... ...
i I "The United States is consulted by slight pilasters. up- George Vancouver was sent to Alas- ..: ....... 6201..t..1................ ........................ 0)11. ....... ;;
.: all other nations. This China has good per part was an open lantern, with a ka by Great Britain in 1702 to resurvey E+ ....... :3p .........................\\.hiteCity......................... 104:>11. ...... 9P>
r a roof and the was Y ....... 6 411> 11) So a ...... .
ig reason to know. The calm, discreet pyramidal on apex the coast, and determine the liability U ....... 646p ..........................Eden. .........................1018x. .....: o
: views of statesmen their fair the fine colossal statue of an angel of Spain for the seizure of three ....... ...........................Jens\'n............................ I'J :'!Ia ....... 0 ;:
;' your formed of plates of gilt bronze on H ....... 700p ..........................Stuart............................1114x..w Q
t}. propositions and unswerving good small British vessels the previous year, ....... 730P ......................h ope lund. ....................... 94111. ....... '" bf .
faith have given the United States an wooden core. The campanile was builton and it is probable that the geographerswill p ....... 7t3p .......................\"estJupitRr......................... 9 Sla: ....... M;
foundation of ten foot piles of p ....... 81Gp ....................'yest Palm Beach..................... 858a842p. ,, ,,,,, "Q
,; unrivaled position in the orient. Were a \ investigate the report of his findings ....... ...................... Boynton ..................... 833a......... for
I L It not for the unfair attitude toward white poplar closely driven into the beforeOIICl0llma; their researches ....... 933p .......................F6 Lauderdale.................... 'I &i8. ......
stiff clay. Above was a double layer ......1021p ........................Lemon City........................ 65311. ...... p'
the Chinese as men the United States The first differences as to the exact .......10301Ar......... .............. .:\ ........ .... ... .........I.v 645x.' ......
.t. would quickly absorb the commerce o( of oak: planks and above them rough land boundary between Alaska and
footings of trachyte and other volcanic BUFFET PARLOR CARS ON TRAIN 85; AND ;8.
.,: China. the United States were settled by a

{t: "I can readily admit that your laborers stones. convention signed in St. Petersburg In
, !f', may have a valid excuse of fear to There was no staircase in the tower, 1824. This was followed the next year ,

19 compete with the Chinese laborer. the ascent being made by a winding by a convention between Russia and NIJ. 671 No.65 No. 63No.. 49 PALATKA No. 46 No. No. 50 No. 64 No. 66 ..'
")11 There are many reasons to support inclined plane of thirty-eight bends Great Britain, under which the Hudson lJaily. I Dally / Daily / Dai y ( lJdiy DRA.NOll. I Dally J Daily Daily I Daily / Duly :,

# this policy of exclusion within a certain ending In a few steps. The entrance to Bay company was excluded from 7 3 p p 30 p 11 45 a 2 a l'alatka 20 a U & t5 p 025 p =5 p -i'
defined limit but if the United the tower was by a small door on the the seacoast north of latitude 54 de- 1 531) 6 651 t CO J1/ : 05 p //6 45 a. ILy E.Palatka Lv 6 0) a 6 6-5 8. 13 25 P I 5 05 p 17 C5 P, ;,

States is to have the trade of the 400.- west side. Visitors to Venice usually greos 40 minutes and from the then No. No.4 No.48 No. 68 g

I 000,000 Chinamen our merchants must chose the sunset hour for ascendingthe unknown territory north of the St. 51\I Dally I BAN MATEO. BRANOH I D"Uy lJa.ily ;

be permitted to visit the United Statesin tower, when from the summit a Elias Alps, divided by the one hundred ,7 U p 510 a Lv.................. .....East Palatlta........ ............. ......Ar 53 a 43 p I">
the way of trade and barter. From wonderful view of the city and its sur- and forty-first meridian west of Green- 815 p I 1180 It 1 Ar. ... .. ..... .. .... .....San Natro.... ... .. ... .."...... .Lv..16. _36a_ 1 a 23 p -

the present outlook: there Is little doubt roundings could be obtained. Indeed. wich. Another survey was made 'No:23 :; No.19 No.8 (

/ that Chinese and American statesmen to ascend the tower was the only way which lasted for six years, from 1820 SJ.tu Sun.'} Daily Iiily No.Daily 11 DuLy No. 6 MAYPORT BRANCH lla:'y No.1 Dally No.20 lJa.llr No.Daily 22 rNO.2; ',. .

will get their heads together and come to understand the intricate plan of the to 1832, and in 1835 Russia establishedan nnty Ex Sun :i1:xSun ",

to an amicable agreement concerning city which from the top of the campa- admirable meteorological and magnetic StOp Gi 1) 4 5)1) 2 031 9 3o a Jacksonville A l Op 613p 92p
'' nile was spread out like a with in Sitka. 9 531' 6 az PI 4 53 p 2 C3 p 9 38 a" S Ja.CkSOl'ile L\.. 100a"8408.a I 02 p 6 02 p 913 p
the visits and residence of merchants. map observatory 1333p 7241).5301 240p101a "I'id.olloaeh! I( 223p 533p 8l3p
This !is necessary in order that the all its spires and churches and distant 13 35 p 123 p 'I 5 33 p a 45 p'1015' a Atlantic Bch" 613: a\\8 a 11215 p 5 2' p 8 35 p .
islands, while beyond could be seen 1) to pi 7 U l'l 5 60 p 3 C3 ,,110 SO a Ar Iayport Ii6 00( a 40( 8. 3 0.2 m 5 10 p S 20 p .
r United States may reap the fruits of Don't Fall To Try This.
Dixie Route Car trains 5 and 2:?. 1
her noble political policies. the snowy Alps. The tower was al- Flyer Sleeping operated 01

r "The adaptiveness of the AmericansIs ways open, but visitors were not allowed !. Whenever an honest trial is given to

the characteristic which struck me to enter it alone. A single traveler Electric Bitters for any trouble it is reyiimmendeil No.)' SANFORD No.12 I No. 3 NJ.( 1 ORANGE CITY No. 2 I No.4'
I I I ,
for a permanent will (
1 cure Daily BllANOH Daily Dally Daily BRANCH Doilly Daily
had j
$ most favorably. You have no govern- to engage a bystander to en- 'rely be effected. It never fails to tout '
s ter it with him. At the top even in 70.i a Lv..Tltus"ll1e.-\ UO p 3 C5 p 1010 a Lv..N. ;,:lIy'.na..Ar' 215 l' G 63 pis
I ing class. Men. go about their business the stomach, regulate: the kidneys and a lv...... llms..Lv I 107 P I 3 U P 1121 a. ILv..Lake Ht'It'n..Lv 13> p i to p
;' for years. Suddenly an emergency modern times, was always stationed a hoveltimnlatethe I liver, invigorate 833a. Lv. ..... tt't'n..Jvll 1152 a tC p ill 39 Lv.Orangt': Cltv..Lv 123 p 4 :tp
.i1 arises. You want a president an em- watchman, but not for the same pur- nerves anfll purify the blood. It's a wonderful 8 M 0. .... .... a' t 05 P 1145 a ArOrange Ciy )ct.Lv 115 p 415 p
.i 93Oa A. ...,S-nord..Lvit00ai .
for which a sentinel stood therein tonic fur rimdown'stpms.. 1 Electric
uassador, a lawyer to appear t fore pose
. r Bitters positively These Time TII."h11>s show the times at whl-h trains may be eipect..d to arrive and depart
the days of Venice's The cures kilneyau.1
some great International tribunal. You greatness. from the several stations, but their arrival or departure! at the times stated is nut guaranteed,
... 9 have no class trained and selected for watchman of modern days carried a liver troubles stomach ilisuitlera, nervousness nor does the Company hold itself responsible for any delay or any consequence arising there

.: such occupations, but the people always telescope but it was not to scan the sleeplessnessrheumatism: neu- from.
.. ralgia, and expels malaria. Satisfaction
s< get the man they want and he horizon for vessels bringing news of guaranteed by J. JJ. Screven. Only ;"iC Peninsular and Occidental Steamship Connections at Miama.
; t. performs his duty well. Mistakes: have victory, but to look: for tires in the city
cents. .
f...,.. ..: been made, of course. Mistakes have and give notice of them. BETWEEN )MIAMA KEY WEST AND HAVANA. !

3 been made in England also, and there Tribute to the Brave TrniiSMialer.s.< SOUTHBOUND. NORTHBOUND. ;
they have a ruling, trained class. Probably Peers will\\ t
The of the
PLUCKY BOER BOY. gallantry not Lv. ;Mama, l0I:8 Weds .................HC3p Lv. Havana, Tues,Thurs ............,...10 00*
the United States has made fewer be fnl' oth'n. The spectacle of a few Ar.lieyWe-tTues.Thurs. ..............12 33pLv Ar.KeyWestTnes.T'lurs................833p 4
grave mistakes than other nation. Youthful De Vet Tell How lieTlirashed'an fanners wrestling like Lao Key West.Tu,'s. Thurs.............. 733p Lv. Key ll'est. Tues: hurs. ...........-.. 7C3p ....
any heroically Ar. Havana Weils. F ia. .., ..... ... . Sang: Ar. Miama. ..ds. FrIs. ....... ..... ..... 6rta; ., -
"I Imagine the adaptiveuess of the English Officer. coon in the grip! of the great empirewill
t For of Local Time Card address any Agent.J. a
4- 'American springs from the almost universal One of the most interesting of the live in the imagination of man.Idud copy

t' diffusion of education. You released Boer captives who armed at beside:; Th(>rl lop Tae. says the D. RAHNER, Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent. ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.

have a splendid system of.schools. No New York recently with a number of London Star. The names of Botha.

') other people :!re so universally educated his fellow prisoners from the prison is De Wet and Dela'roy will shine beside '

f < i I might say, considering the national lands of Bermuda is Master M.: J. Ue the names of Loonidas, William! Tell.Kosciu ATLANTIC, VALDOSTA & WESTERN R'Y.

passion for readiusr.lud.. Wet, a twelve-year-old lad who does !'ko and :Mazzini. The glory of r

When I compare the rura''t111n sut:A'd not look to be more than ten, says the invincible defeat and of unconquerable "DIMS: FLYIK Horn:."

t districts of the Unit/ privilrJll. kith New York IIl'rald..n exceedingly vanquishuient is ihcirs. Forever pools DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE.

provincial England, ll1"_: -*1 '; handsome and manly little chap he is. will sing! of their exploits and historians -- .-=. .-:---:.:: -_=-_ -- -::-----:-------- ---::
of what I am iuclinedAo call leaKing IIe was dressed in knickerbockers and will recount their deeds. Xo.2. XI). .1. Srations. Nu. 3. o.l

is all with the United States wore a sombrero which shaded blue ---- _u__ ---- _.___ s'
A Dumper.To 7 r .a lU S Ulf) P __________ .\ Jaclstnvillc Ar---------- 7 a0
a ill 5 3u ,
li fearless.
here I recall frank
own experience as they were p m
my eyes ;110 -
"drink a bumper" to a person, 5.i 'a 111 ll1a p ---_______ Valdosta I.v-- 4 3i U IJI 500 mI .
such men as Mr. Root, a lawyer; Mr. Master Dc Wet said he was no relative 10 35.) p
meaning to pledge him is a corruptionof II m a p:1------\r: Mason ., ---_______ 55 P h1 11 25 a ID At
Charles Emory Smith, an editor; Mr. of his celebrated namesake as far jtj; pm 7 21:1. ID.-\r Atlanta Lv---------- 8 30 pm. 750 am -(
the French
phrase pere"that --
Long, a lawyer; Mr. Alger, a volunteer as he knew. What he did know was 1 011 a m 100 P ul---\r Chattanooga Lv---------- 3 flO P m 3 Ua a. m ; f.
is, "To the pope" a toast drunk Iito a 111 6 5.1 P -_________ Nashville LL_________ II 3U II ill Y 3U pm'' :;
soldier presidents even-what that he had to the front with his
; your gone by the monks. 12 1)1 II III 11to P ----______ Martin Lv------- ; 15 a 111 347 .
great achievements for men untrained older brother and the two had fought 7 .1 pill 6 52 a 111\1' St. Louis Lv --_. 1S: P DI 8 3tJ I'm .
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to the special duties which they carried side by side until both were capturednear Harrow School. 10 50 a 111.\1' ('hi'1w !Lv 6.10 IJ m =- .
to success! Mr. Root is not a soldier !- Kimberley In September last. HP Harrow school l. in England was founded It10 P m 2 30: a m---- _____Ar Louisville Lv-----' '__'_'_-_-3 (1(1 a DI 35 m 'itt

yet he has administered military had been in several fights, and the in 1571 by Joliu Lyon a yooinan. -I 1.;) P m 720 a 111-\1' 'cincinnati Lv- ._______ _11 15 II III 11 05 p am'
affairs creditable to a graduated, Mauser carbine which he carried bad 9 15 a \r ('hiiago L-7 UO
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; eran of wars. Then the improvements killed more of the enemy than,he could Pound kidneys are safeguards of!lift .
;c which Mr. Smith wrought in postal count. with 4-Dixie Flyer-carries Pullman, Drawin Uuom Buffet Sh-ei'iii" Can;, Jai-kaoimile
Make the kidney Foley'sKidney
to St. Louis awl Jack&uaville: to ( hica.l) without change, making direct c.aiijfctioii .
affairs. But the fight that he is most proud Sold by Wilson & Son. at Nash
ville with sleeping car for Louisville. Cincinnati and Chicago. Only) stops at following A"V. I.
"These are some of the impressions I of is one that he had just before his & W. Nation: Crawford Baxter and Fargo Through coaches )between Jackaoiiille and

shall carry home and which I shall endeavor release from captivity. It was with a Latest In. Tea Sets. Macon.
No. 2-Day Expn stall A.. V. iV.. local stations.
sa -tops Makes, direct
book. It will English sublieutenant who. according connections
v t to portray my young a new tea set the teapot is broad for all points we it and m>rtli\\t t. both via'Conlele and Macon.
be a pleasant task durihg what leisure I to Master De Wet, bad called and flat and slopes toward the top. Connections made at .Fat'kinuville with all northbound trains of the S. A. L. and J.'. E. C. '.

I may command and a constant reminder him names. So on<> day according to Around the bottom is a row of raised railways. I"
f to me that a man's work is the youthful narrator, they adjournedto hearts, with two joined for the handle. E. If. BARXFx s. I), PI('KCTf. .

never done until he dies. The American a vacant space and had it out. The sugar bowl looks like a soup plate. - G'u. !Snpi. (;it'll, Pass.: Agt.

)u, Is a compound of energy, fertility "Did you thrash 'him?" he was tR.MOPPETrS) Cures Cfifllera-Infanloin.
: o and adaptlveness, with the last more asked. Treat Your Kidneys For lUieumatiMii. llUMlHlll .

cli highly developed' than in any other "Well, he couldn't stand up to the When you are suffering from rheuma- DiarrhoeaDyientery.and the Bowel I

(l.o type of mankind." time we left," was the modest reply. i tism, the kidneys must he attended to atonce i 1: YOUMP. Children of Trouble Any Age.! of ,
chap so that they will eliminate the uric
Mr. Wu does not expect to leave the "How old was your opponentT"Ahout ,_, fAfBU Aids Digestion, Regulates
ut acid from the blood.. Foley's Kidney KTHINO POWDERS)
months. seventeen; but he wasn'tmuch the Boweb
United States for about two Strengthen* !
Cure is the most effective remedy for this
-. the an He must await the arrival of the credentials bigger than me." said the lad purpose. R. T. Hopkins, of Polar, Wis., 2 Costs Only 25 cents at Drnj; ists, thTa Child ..J Makes .

-. of his successor, who will accompany proudly. say: "After unsuccessfully doctoring ,; Or.yll 25 scats to C. J. MO-in&r, M. D., ST. LOUIS EASY, .
: Prince Chung to this country, A. R. Bass, Morgantown, Ind., had three years for rheumatism with the best a t t ,r Nor,19,1940.
t and he will probably remain in WashIngton to get up ten or twelve times in the doctors, I tried Foley's Kidney Cure and ' TM \ faceiyHrsttatr d totkopat.:

a short tirvkto instruct his successor night._an',hMsevpre backache a. AI cured me. I cannot spea'"v > highly]

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FRIEND OF THE POOR.Philanthropist fortes of the Institutions I help to swt.I CRUSADE TO STOP KISSING. .

do not care for a.few,-but I will not .- --- --.-.- . ..-. ---.-.-., ,. .- --. .- - ..-- -- -- -- .--.. - > .. .-
.. MMBBMM W have them given any part of the management Society Organised by Sixteen Northwestern T
of affairs. They are sympathetic University Students. pmvWUmEr.w. r
Spends His Last and emotional, but they cannotdo Following the teachings of Professor w Ymn MUM4ammuut
: < Days Donating $10,000,000. anything without getting up fac Algie R. Crook, the man who never
tions and quarrels, and they put'their was 'ki,8ed, kissing has been voted

personal friends In fat positions if they "t ulgar, demoralizing and unnecessaryIn
CLOSELY INVESTIGATES OASES can. And last of all, 1 will not give respectable courtships" by sixteen

anything to institutions. that can get Northwestern university students, men _, For Infants and Children. .
along without me. I prefer to slart and women, who have formed the An-
:Abraham Slimmer of Iowa Acquired something myself-something that tiosculation n society, says a special
The Kind You Have
His )fortune For the 'Sole' PurposeOf would not be started without me. 1 from Chicago to the New York World

Aiding t1. Teedy and Sick. can find enough to do even with all Here is the pledge taken by the memo
a How these conditions, so my business will bers; -
lie "Drl\' Cargains" to Make 'r191nt {
Always Bought I
I t;. Institutions Self Supporting not suffer for want of patronage. Realizing that kissing Is very demoralizing ll 'll. I VSO
and detrimental, but still delicious, AregetaWePrcparationfor .
In Abraham and that it is exclusive and contagious, 7
SUmmer Waverly, Ia., similating theTood andRegtiIa- ,
we, the undersigned students of North-
t ,' has a philanthropist who has mastered NEW CATTLE PUNCHER western university following the exampleof ting the Stomachs andBowe Bears theSignature .
t:, the science of successful charity, our much beloved Professor Algie R. .
Crook, solemnly swear that we will refrain .
says the New York Evening'World. In from all kissing. I1

.many ways he resembles John M. How an Electric Device Drives Professor Crook, who inspired the -I---
Burke of New York, and he works a idea, has been elected an honorary Promotes DigestionCheeiful-
great deal along the lines of Mr.Burke's Steers to Slaughter. member' of the organization. The andReslContains neither"
ideas, save that- he seeks to words he let fall in his unusual claimsto Mineral. of
help the very poor. He has accumulated virtue have had a subtle influenceon Opium.Morphine nor ,

r ; $10,000,000, and he Is going to SAVES BRUISING OF THE BEEF. the students at the university and NOT NARCOTIC. ,

give it all away. Already he has ar- are responsible for the present sudden ...

ranged for the disposition of a part of Work la Done In One-half the Time opposition to kissing. Strange to say J& ; rKOlJIi' :n
it. He gives with as touch care as he a group of coeds are at the bottom of -
and With Ilalf the Exertion by u Pumpkin SttJAalit
has exercised all his life in his busi the conspiracy to discourage the oscu- Alx.SemiRmt.UtSdb
ness. In his Novel Intention of a Kansas City +
own language, he "drives
f a hard bargain" but the recipients Man-Approved of by an Armour Seat d- n

his charity come to see the common Official.t Di M&.
t IInnJuJnMiJ -

sense Mr.. of Slimmer his a bachelor. lIe says The employees of a packing companyin (Jt/ l1tmr.- Use

Kansas City now employ electricityto
he has made money all his life, and }
the only pleasure he finds now is in drive the cattle into the beef beds perfect Remedy for Constipation ;

giving it away. He expects to die with- instead of shouts, clubs, whips and \VonnsConvutsionsfeverish-, Sour Stotnach.Diarrhoea,

out a cE tit.x prods, says the New York Herald. For OverThirty
andLoss OF SLEEP.
In an interview in which he outlined The application of electricity is made ness .
his plans Mr. Slimmer told of some by two insulated wires connected with Wk facsimile Signature of
'' :, things he has done and discoursed upon the light wires over the catching pen ,
the foolishness of the general run and the knocking pens. The current dLfrffiGZv.NEW Years

of charity.: He has a safe fell of iron passes through a stick and connects MI J YOHK.

clad contracts he has made with the with two brass points on the end.
recipients of his bounty and prides 'TuncliorV is the name given the

himself oh the fact that they cannot sticks. There are two punchers, each PfiTi

s. be broken. Said he, showing one of six feet long, in the catch pen and five

these documents: four feet long in the knocking pens.
:, "Here Is a contract with a hospital. The insulated wires are about twenty .

I gave them SoO.GOO; and they at first feet long, thus covering a distance in '.\'" '.-. CGNTAYR COMPANY, NW YO""CITY.

,, y raised the same amount, when .a few the pens of about thirty feet each. ....ii\i. _"z--c._ _..,.".._..;.._-_- "_-._. .. .._... '\f".,_.. '. ,'1Ii. : .:: :i"'."."''''.' :'. !"..t.'Xtt
weeks before they told me they could One hundred twenty-five volts of
.; not raise $2.000 to keep the little hospital electricity are turned on. It is enoughto
11 they had from being abandoned. make a sharp stinging sensation - --. -- .- -- -- -

4) 1 Later they raised another DOOUO; and without leaving a mark or a bruise on

it is now n rich institution. My conditions the beef. It is said fifty volts would be The Air-Line

t were hard, and. they fought me as effective. Railway

-':: for months over them, but they feel The work is done in one-half the time

: differently now. I provided that the I and with half the exertion. The effecton PROFESSOR A. R. CROOK.

::1 \ building should cost ?'!;),OOO and the the steer of the magic touch is latory endeavors of the young men. CA.PJTAL CITY ROUTE.

; ; remaining 7u,000 should be placed in amusing to see. A steer touched on The men are less enthusiastic, but
2 a peimanent fund, which I named aft the left hip immediately throws his from force of circumstances were
er the widow of an ex-governor of the hind quarters as far as he can to the brought into the movement. The Shortest Route. The Best Line.

state solely because she was a good right.. He cocks one ear straight ahead To assist the antiosculators in keeping -

",,;oman. She had not a dollar to give. and one straight back, switches his their pledges fasting is absolutely DOUBLE DAILY SERVICEIncluding
tail and starts straight: ahead, not carIng -
; Then I provided that every patient prombitcd, and a hearty diet is recommended
.., who had no money should be paid at for a second shock. on the theory that love can Sundays:
the rate of $i per week out of this permanent There is a look of surprise in his not flourish except on bread and wa-
fund. If there were no eyes, and he seems to know that all
ter. Hugging; and "g-lIooo (')"l'S" are -TO-
;' imtil'nts. they pot none of the fund. the trouble lies in the end of that stick. not tabooed by the society, although

i "itefrging letter" he repeated in answer lIe doesn't stop to get mad or howl. members are not permitted to holdcoinersation.s Savannah Columbia Southern Pines
i to the question.: "Yes I get thousands He has urgent business at the other : over live minutes in
t of letters of all kinds letters end of the pen. That is exactly where length in couples. Boating N allowable

'i u asking me how work my charities: the drivers and knockers want him. provided four persons are in the Richmond, Washington, Baltimore,

4 letters tolling me that I ought to havea It completely does away with all boat and to carry out this:: regulationthe

helper, and winding up with some back rushes and dragging in with society always takes in four new Philadelphia, New York,
good woman offering to marry me. But chains, for just as long as the puncheris members at a time, maintaining the
it is not through letters that I find out behind the steer is just as far as he total membership at some multiple of Tla.rc3u.slii.llrn.: tri. Sloojpors. 1
what to do. 10 into a town attract can get in front. The saving of time four. ,
i ed perhaps by a little item in a paper. i and of bruised meat is also an item to To be eligible to membership! in tht Only Line Operating Through Pullman Car Service Jacksonville

I say nothing, but find out things. One be considered. Antikissing league a inn-son must be t to New Orleans. ,
time I went into a town and found This novel instrument is the invention between the ages of sixteen and thirty For 'urther information write 1
machinist in E. L. DUNT1I, Ucu. I'.iv.2ent., A. O. MACDONKLL. Asst.Orn. I'ass t
there was au old woman's home where of L. E. Unroe the good looking, with a past experience Agent ,
Portsmouth Va. Jacksonville Fla I
the inmates were placed two in a small the beef beds- who has made. -several- in the art of osculation and n student JAS. M. BAKU Yice-Pribideiit and n'lieral Manager, Portsmouth, Va. I
room that had to be chalked across to j other useful improvements in the ma- of Northwestern university. The il
keep the occupants from quarreling. chinery.The organization was completed the other . "...-:'_. ,......... ?' ... .
Schwa rzsehiIt! & ) ::;;;-='r.
; They asked me to buy a quilt, as they Sulzberger night at the residence of Miss Char 'r
were ha\"Ing'to make and sell thingsor company has been using these punchers lotte Phillips of Chicago. FOR
close tilt> institution. I refused tot about a month. .\Armour official _

.. buy the quilt because I could not see has also viewed the puncher in use! Richmond WashingtonBoston Baltimore ... \
any good that money would do, but I and speaks highly of the improved Ph'l.'d lphia Atlanta
1 hunted up the idlest man in the town method. GOOD .A'Jh c'I'le Chattanooga Louisville
and told him that if he and his neighbors Superintendent ..- L. Sterrett says: often results in bad health, because! Cincinnati St. Louis Hansas City '
4 would raise; :.o.OOO would giethe "The cattle puncher is a ;great money what is termed "good living" is usuallythe Detroit ClevelandChicago PittsburgROUTE
lie laughed at me and said saver as well as an instrument! for gratification of the palate without '
; the nutrition of the etc.
r reference to
" ,l the thing was utterly impossible; that saving breath, muscle:; and l morals. When the good liver is a business nun .. -, -- = "'- ----
?( they had been trying to raise 1,500;: Many actual dollars)) are saved because and rises from a

for two years and had only half of it. bruised beef is kept at the lowest full meal to plungeat ZheS9UIllN

{ I talked to him for half an hour, ands minimum ever readied." once into work

be gave 10.000 himself and sot the requiring mental
other $!O.COO in t'w'ntfour hours." JOHNSTOWN EXPLOSION. effort the result is '
Mr. Slimmer is now as he says sev almost sure to be :
disastrous, because LVAV
small Occurred In One of the(2ouulr'N ;
enty-three years of age. He is a Calnu.i digestion draws 'li
I >NtMines.. ,
feet 7 inches and <:irK
man. perhaps o 1 upon the same ; j
weighs 1110 pounds. He is inseparable The mine at Johnstown, Pa., In r, m nervous forces OF THE CELEBRA. cr \11: \;
5 from his hat and never changes the which the recent explosion occurred - : which are em-

stjle. He cares, little for dress and wieldy tinny bus were lost is one plowed in thought. I The Southern's Palm LimitedThe
wears a twelve dollar suit with old i of the' Lugest dual mines in the United t In time the stomach ,

. F style boots. Besides his "work," his I States: according to the statement of eased becomes, the processes dis-- Washington, Richmond and

hobby is old people and old friends. olhiuK says the I"Yurk World of digestion Florida Limited J'
Among the latter he numbers Turk F1'ulll the entrance t in the hill! across f and nutrition are

as rascally au old horse, grown fat the river to the one at Mill creek is a I 1 imperfectlyper! The New YorK and Florida ExpressTO

and sleek on the best the land affords, distance of three and thiee-qnartcr. formed and there

as one will meet in a day's journeyHe miles. I I Il is a physical THE EAST. ,
had little crop eared! dog mention The l Klondike !section inhidi them breakdown.
Ir. Tierce's The Chicago and Florida
is still 'uiml.! is about two unit's Special
of 'hose death a year ago I'\| the signal I for a solemn face on th<' (tutu the Mill eruek entrance.. The Discou-ry cures I The Florida Limited i- ,
part of the master mine is 111\\111'1111110\ a l.irge, number IIfhl'lIIII1 diseases of the rede \
)Ir. Slimmer has many plans for the :"; u. II"\ -N Jinil sections. The t stomach and other TO THE NORTH AND \VEST. oJ''_ '.h\ i'tej '

r, future. He has Just begun to give sections inn off to the !left and} right of organs of digestion and nutrition. It f
< away he KIJH. Some of his the hc.iilliiKH/ and are )known as rights eliminates the effete poisonous matter H i j
# money plans concern Chicago. He will not and lefts, bj the miners. which originate in the svstem as a consequence Pullman Sleeping Car Line Jacksonville to Cincinnati, via I

discuss them except In n general: way I The tuna who escaped, I are familiar of imperfect digestion. gives Asheville, through "The Land of the Sky. 1

But wherever he goes anti whatever with tli." mine, '('ley ha\e spent je.irswoi sound health to the whole body Through trains via The Southern Railway are operated in .
"I wifth to to ihr world that I>r PierceUolilcti !i
he does It will be taken for granted !Mm; In U : utlurwKe! they mull \ Medical wv liru"\ay ha proved" a great connection with the Plant System and Florida East Coast Railway
" that some conditions will !III' ninlntalned. m't'er hive readied (the surface, lights hluanjl, to me," writ* Mrs' Ellen K Bact>n. offhutf'llhury Pullman Sleeping Cars and Hotel Dining Cars on all through i
I'runktiu io. )'a !t" "prior to trains. '
to weir out, and theie wan no way for bt 'trrnl'rr, msy', I hd dtictored fur my stomach ,
"I do not make bard and fat condl (helms to ilii'l ihelr, way to the top\ had of troll ttcutmrnt+le fur nevrrnl without)years.any iroing rut throiicn benefit a course In Ask for Tickets via Southern Railway. Correspondence Solicited.

tlons with the ,d ter." he 1m)'". "I..- (they not Known I the mine perfectly.More 8f j>lcmlwr. |K>{, t hll'nry sick spells and grew
llvw t to he ._.. -- --" -- ",5c iouM cat tint IittU' 1 loinnirnceti in ; r
4 cause they devote Htiteinl iS7. to laW Lr Tiercc't medicine,
...., work, perform the labor of tin liiRtllntlons N..I' II.Ip.Illlrn suit In a hoil limr 1 cmiM! rat and workI H. F. CAREY, Fla. Pus Agt, JOS W. Bay St., Jacksonville, FIi. \ '+
[,; manlki. .
hart gaimtJ tu.etr founJt inico
. " with their own hand where nnd IInlll run Din nviTluxml r+rgitni of dii1h'p- tumult 1>r. ISerce't Common Sense S. H. HARDWX, W. H. TAYLOE,
T make an loAItutlon pay lion rry out fur lioliifor jK'pila'Hpiun i, Medial Adviser ii sent frtt on receipt
would fall Tln-y lieiuliiclie liver Gcoctal Pascc&gcr Agent, Aa't Gcnl Paa. Arm
ry drawing people tiAiWii, iltrxiMpM, cowjilnlnl" of nUmpt to p" y exp> .ift-I: .. t are honest and eurnt-Ht, and It their rIO'f' Ixiwi'l ilhitdrm. fciicll Iroiihlw Rend at one-cent:: stamps for the book in Viiibftoa, D. C Atlanta, Os.3.ISO.r7 .
s l liglon Is narrow, according to .Jh2f"'''1t. rail forioiyi'iMroM |Ir Mutt NVw ... or for the cloth-
lied. -'s-'efC per
)' ) ; Yr 1 r.ttti Address 15, 1902.
i of thinking, they are trout 't, >I.,-Ifn ,nth I' Lound VO,,.&rv S. Dr. It V. Pierce, - pad
uffrlo >\
believe In It. ,
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: 8 THE STAR : 'FRIDAY, JULY. 25 19l'2; > "" \

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WILLIAM HINDLE.-Undertaker and Em- The election passed of quietly in this

balmer, Bicycles and Sewing Machine supplies precinct. Forty-six votes were cast. They are vitiated or morbid fluids cours- G. F. DUREN Agent .
,Tinning and Pipe Fitting Repairing ing the veins and 'affecting the tissue
Mr. H. U. Hodgson is now in New
of Every Description. Agent for Beveridge ,
$ They are commonly due defective digestion -
Steam Cooker. York looking over fall stocks for his firm
,. but are sometimes inherited.
h in Eaa Gallic.. Florida F
F.RANSLIPP-PracticaI-Shoemaker. Forty How do they manifest themselves? F
years experience; all kind of. repairingdone The sharpie Lizzie is again in commis- In many forms of cutaneous eruption, 1 1U
t .J ; nice and cheap; also ladies'. and men's sion and took a runto Canaveral and return salt rheum or eczema, pimples and boils x\
:: shoes made to order. \\Vestern
'- on Sunday. and in weakness, languor, general debility.
,:. GO TO J. M. SANDERS, The Old Reliable How are they expelled? By
The East Coast Supply company's lighter -
and reliable goods
Store for good, fresh 49 Meats
such as Dry Goods, Saddlery, Crockery, is being lengthened to meet the in- Hood's Sarsaparillawhich
Hats,Trunks and a fall line of Groceries. crease in business at this point. of allKinds. '
also builds the that has
up system
i: JAEVIS HOUSE.:...Open all the year round. Fishing in Lake Washington for bass is suffered from them.It .
Pleasant location facing the river on riverfront now a tery lucrative business and many .
is the best medicine for *11 hmnn-
terms by
Rates$2.00 per day, men are engaged at it. The fish are all s tf 1r'g
the week or
shipped from Eau Gallie.
STUART. Wrecked '
Messrs. J. E. M. Hodgson, John Hous- Titusville, Florida.
I INDIAN l RIFER RIPPLES. ton, N. E.Kinniard and E. A. Stewart Station Agent R. L. Beville has left fora Your home and property ,

with J. King as deputy sheriff spent Tues few weeks vacation. should be protected by.... 00 p p 0000 .-r. 0 0o

Paragraph Personal and Newsy Briefs day of last week in the polls of precinctNo. Mrs. G. W. Parks is suffering from a Insurancefrom 1i! 0o

5.The. cold and J
the Coast. severe neuralgia. 0 c '
at Towns Along 0
steamer Spartan was out on Hodg Marx Bros.' hustling drummer, L. M. and CYCLONES. The expense 0" 'I 0

; COCOA. son's ways last week. The Spartan has Murray, was in town :Monday. is small compared to 0

i ( 3 Mr. W. M. Moore has been appointed had a larger wheel put in and a more the risk of a catastrophy
Deputy Sheriff M. R. Johns was calledto like this. Write to or ask
?. town marshal in the place of Mr. John powerful shaft placed in position, which
by telegram Monday night. Schnyle &: Branniog; Timsviii
Powers who tendered his resignationlast will make her bore speedy than in thepast.
.1. Mr. G. W. Corton made a business tripto for reliable information, "

:- week. I I West Palm Beach on Thursday last. __ rates_ _, etc.___, etc._ _. . . . .
t;. Capt. M. M. Ramsey, of the steamer Mr. and Mrs. Knight gave a pleasant u WINfr ;: U

t Canaveral, was a passenger from here on dance at their Highland avenue residence Shipping season is about over, so bring BOBBINS 'IJaUQK

Tuesday en route to his ,old home in Monday of last week. A very pleasant your sailboat! and launches to Lane'sonihe.St. -
i n Lucie and have them overhauled. \.::;:
Carolina. evening those
'. North was spent by present. I & + CoP ,4rf
;" 'I The building material for Mr. Geo. N. Ices and light refreshments were served Capt. E. Simmons and A. G. Green GRAHAM

Hatch's new store at Rockledge has arrived and a jolly time spent by those present.Mr. have commenced work on three acres of i- CO.

k 1 at last, and the teamsters have been and Mrs. C. J. Young gave a dancea land preparatory to planting out straw- (Incorporated. Paid up Capital $25,000.00)

busy all this week hauling! the same tot few days ago in their new home on berries. Capt. Simmons has already This company owns landsin

< the building site on Barton avenue.A Young street. A large company was raised fine crops the past two or three the Indian River Coun- ON THE of FOURTH bottles of OF JULYopt'n .

wedding in the Four Hundred circle present. Good music, good floors, good seasons. try, on the St. Lucie River, up OLD one WINE my OR WHISKEYand

took at the col- dancers and a delicious supply of cakes drink to the health and prosperity of
of the, colored folks place : at New River, and on Biscayne -
Cholera Infantuin.
? ored church Tuesday, when Mr. and ices made this one of the dances of friends and self. These goods are pure and 1

Jones Baptist and Miss :Minnie Lewis were our jolly summer season. This has long been regarded as one of Bay. wholesome. Unexcelled for richness,strengthand
F. the most dangerous and fatal diseases to PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES flavor. Right for health and pitality.
married by Rev. N.V.. Robinson, pastor :Miss Lizzie C. Danforth of Olean which
N. infants
are subject. It can be Send for land list. R. L. Motlow,
/-' of the church. Y., and Mr. H. U. Hodgson, of Eau Gal- cured, however, when properly treated. OFFICES AT . .
, Postmaster Schoonmaker is elated to lie, were married on Wednesday, July All that is necessary is to give Chamber- TITUSVILLE AND MIAMI. TITUSVILLE and COCOA.
; lain's Cholera Colic and Diarrhea Remedy _. .____ ___ __
:' have the madame hack home again. She 16th, at the home of the bride's mother, - -- J

J has been at St. Augustine for some time Mrs. N. A. Danforth. The young couple and castor oil, as directed with each
., little and is certain. For sale
a cure
her health is im- will south after by Jas. Pritchard & Son
; past, and we learn that come a short stay in New B. R. Wilson & Son, druggists
she York
proved considerably by the treatment state. ,

Rz received while there.

i" '; '. Col. S. F. Travis and Mr. S. S. Jones Foley's Kidney Cure purifies the blood Alligator Drowned. Cow. Headquarters for. . . .

i' are now at Hendersonville: N. C., for the by straining whole system.out impurities Cures and kidney tones and up One day last week Mr.: Vickers Smith

:" which point they left the first of the bladder troubles. Sold by Wilson & Son. lost a large, fine cow at his home place, at HARDWARE

tf. f( week. They expect to spend their summer Fruitland Park. The cow was feeding ina F

,f outing in the mountains of that state MELBOURNE pond when a large alligator caught her ,

and it is hoped that a few weeks' stay ups by the nose, drew her head under the
The much needed rain .Tinware Stoves.
# there will make them feel like .men refreshed came Tuesday, water and drowned her. Mr. Smith saved .. Crockery, ..
for which we are thankful.Mr. .
!3. with new wine. the cow from being eaten by the alligator, Boat Goods, Paints Oils,

s"- Everything is in readiness for the farce S. H. Gove, of Daytona, was in but reached the place of the struggle too
town last Saturday on business.Mr. late to her from the
I, :, and minstrel entertainment at the hall T0oDa1V"" AR.E.

; on Friday night of this week. A dress Frank Fee came home from Fort Leesburg Commercial.

' rehearsal of the farce, Per Telephone, is Pierce Sunday on a short visit. Write for prices.

' expected to beheld this (Thursday) Mr. Willis Gerow, of Jacksonville wasa NOTICE.To TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.

night, and it is also expected that the guest of the McBride house Monday.Mr. Inspectors and Clerks of Primary Election Box 212.

whole affair will be a creditable success, and all others having claims against the -- i
C. H. Stewart has returned home : JAMES PRITCHARD, President. W.M. BROWN Vice-Pres. W. S. BKANNINO.Aist.Cass er.
as the.leading parts are taken by persons Executive Committee:
with some experience and talent for their after enjoying his vacation with relatives

': respective parts. No doubt the entertainment and friends in Daytona.Mrs. There will he a meeting of the working INDIAN RIVER STATE BAKI
committee of the executive committee
: A. II. at.
: will be largely attended. Hodgson and Mrs. G. F.
.;-: Paddison, of Eau Gallie, were in town the office of the chairman in Cocoa on

'-' GEOKGIAXA. Saturday calling on friends. Tuesday, July 29th) at which all claims County Depository.
against the committee must be presented Authorized Capital $100,000. "-
Moderate rains, but we need more. The East Coast railroad painters have for 3
Some the thermometer climbs finished their work in payment. Paid up Capital, $ 25,000. S
t" days up Melbourne, and I If there is to be a second primary the
< into the nineties. moved to Eau Gallie Tuesday.The .old committee holds over until the result Average Deposits, $100,000.TRANSACTS --- \

;:;<'" Our merchants are doing a very flatter- E. C. Republican Press, owned by is known; if there is no second primarythe A ---

.;; ing business indeed and are looking Mr. W. T. Wells, has just been sold to newly elected committee will assume

\ ahead to the return of the more promis- Mr. Byington, of the Miami News. their duty on the 13th day of August. As General Banking Business

ing season. Dr. Dr. B. R. Wilson has the majority from
H. Stewart is again to be
Mr. Guy Simmons, from Wisconsin, found at his place ok business after a the county at large, it would seem proper Largest and( Oldest

, , who spent the last two winters in Geor- pleasant vacation with His family in Day- for him to call the new committee together liauk on the River. g '

\ giana, has returned to this place for the tona. for the permanent organization.As .
Exchange Bought and Sold on
I the committee is
s betterment of his health. soon as new organized
I It seemed natural to see :Mr. F. II. Fee the present secretary will turn overall all Foreign Countries. f n 4 ; r..f
j' i The wife of Wittfeld, the eldest in town He
young Monday. came home from
records and papers to the secretarythat Patronage appreciated. Prompt service, [* "yt + f '
Il of P. H. Wittfeld who here Fort
son came Pierce for a short visit. We miss may be chosen. W. L. IlraiLErr, polite treatment and every flvorconsistent F
< : .I from Pennsylvania recently to make aj him at this end of the line. Chairman. with conservative banking granted.CORRESPONDENTS r -
home in this Southland birth ) '
gave veryrecently : .
I I Capt. Sam Martin a launch ;
; "' to fine promising twins-boys. !. to a number of Melbournites party Weekly Weather Keport. Seaboard National Hank: of New York, 7'y b
j The home now contains five children. Monday and National Bank of Jacksonville. -
evening as a farewell party to Miss Mo- yk 1

,.:. .. ) On Sabbath last, the 20th inst... divine zel Williams ere s'.e departed for a whileto U.S.DEPARTMENT OF BUREAU.AGRICULTURE WEATHER --. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.E. .

t i services were held at the M. E. church New York.

in this the Rev. Mr.:\ Comparative statement of temperaturesand
place by
)Ii Mozel Williams one' of :\leJ.bourne's
In the afternoon or evening of the same rainfall for the week ending Tuesday, L. BRADY & BRO. e
r ( most popular ladies, left on July 22ud! 1902. ,
day he united in holy matrimony Mr. 1902 1901
Tuesday for New 'York, where she
Fritz Ulrich and Mrs. Dr. Fish, the wid- expects DATE. MAX. MIX. MAX. MIN.
to spend some time with her sister. GROCERIES HAY GRAIN AND ALL FOOD
ow of the late Dr. Fish, of this place. July It!. bI 73: 8S 80 PRODUCTS
:May her visit be a pleasant one, and may 1/. 90 M O a'> 79IS. We handle produce of all kinds. We are agents for Mapes' Fertilizers. We deal
she again return to her old friends. ".. 90 78 8i> 77 in the above lines of goods, and solicit the trade of all Write exclusively
You assume no risk when you buyChamberlain's 1!>. !90 80 Si> 77 Grain and all Groceries, delivered consumers us for prices on
Last the at your station. E. L. BRADY & BRO., Tm>\ ILLE, FLA.
Cholera, Colic and Diar evening following Mel 20. 87 72: 85 76
rhoea Remedy. B. R. Wilt ?"' [\n will bournites enjoyed a moonlight sail in the :21. 81 70 83 73 ----

: refund your money if vj"! '.ll' i satisfied yacht Ida :May, Capt. Beau jean: The h :!.!. 8I! 70 83 73
:11 Total rainfall for the week2.17 inch. EAST COAST
after using it.r"! J witliere admitted Misses: Mozel Williams, Annie Goode, Departure from the normal rainfall for the SUPPLY COil

to be the m+rv -'jfco remedy Jessie Goode, Dr. and Mrs. L. A. Peek, week, plus 0!I'-' inch. ,
in use for bowel complalfirsTaiullhe Only Mrs. R. W. Goode, :Messrs. R. W. Beau- Departure from normal rainfall since Jau1.1902. I -
one that never fails. It is pleasant, safe : minus 8 7ti -
and reliable. 'jean, Fred Fee, A. J. Hoke and Claude inches.HAL P. HARDIN General Ollic.r GiLMi:, I'M.

.- Beaujean. They called at Bayonne plantation Observer Weather Bureau. Yards at Tituillo: Eau Gallic and Toil .lh'ITC.

Tillman, the beautiful home of
Mrs. Amelia Valentine, where they received His Reaaon.! ALL KINDS

Beginning' on July Sth: and continuing a royal welcome. She-You player :1'ery careless SASH AND DOORS BLINDS AND BUILDERS'

for four days, the citizens of Miami will game. Jack. Why don't you keep your HARDWARE

hold a jubilee in celebration of two im- Buried Alive In A (Clay; Pit eye on the hall? ,,\!>Ulass1.1.. OKDKKS TO Tilt r.CNKKAL; OI'FI'E. r

:, portant events in its history-the 6th an- He-I can't keep it on both of you.- ---
/I';' ' niversary of the granting of its charter asa M. J. Raulerson, of Wauchula, was bur Brooklyn Life. GEO. N. HATCH : : '
ied alive in a clay pit Monday lie was : :
and the recent congressional
yes a a city, ; appropriation -
working in the clay pit, and sat down The Worst of It. --- ---------- --
of $300,000 for deepening its
Dealer in
tit against! the bank to refct. Without warn- Mrs. Dukane-The days are growing General Merchandise

t n harbor. ing the bank caved in, completely cover- shorter.Mr. -- - ,
a Miami is the southermost point reached ---- --- --
him with hundred Dukane And bills consisting of everything-- ;- ----- --
ing eight or ten poundsof gas are growing
t rail in the United States. It is a
by rap- usually kept in ROCKLEDGE
dirt. Workmen soon dug him out, and, i longer.-Pittsburg Chronicle-Tele- a FLA.
idly growing city of 3,000 population, I Erct.rlac.uerA1 <:atom.... --..:.. _=:-- _--- _
* while he was slightly bruised, he will be graph.
and is the chief center of the section -
all in a few days.DOCTORS. -
which produces the bulk of vegetables tierr Style In Ksga.

supplied to the northern markets in Judge Stevenson has a hen that start. The Lamp of Steady Habits .. i

winter. From this source the farmers ed in in January laying eggs of regulation *""
The lamp that doesn't flare np or smoke, or cause
derive a net profit of from $300 to $300 i shape. Der last effort surprisedher to Use bad language ; the lamp that 1 1ks good Nhen you
proprietor, says the Georgetown } you get it and stays good;the lamp that you never wilt
per acre. ingly part with, once you have it ; that
The railway lines south of Charleston (0.), News-Democrat It resembles a
"Consumption be the
say can cured. New Rochester
I "y'} and Atlanta and east of Mobile have made Nature alone won't do it. It needs ,kidney bean, only It Is much larger. *

p a rate of one-and-a-quarter fare for the help. Doctors say"Scott's Jul t' Other lamps may be offered you as "just as good- .---
they may be, in some respects, but for all around
Jacksonville and from DRA YISG.: good
1! round trip to ness, there's only one. The veto Rochevter. To make
Jacksonville to \Iiamiand return the fare Emulsionis All kinds of hauling and draying attended sure the lamp offered you genuine, look for the name
on it ; every lamp has it. (::3tM)Varieties.)
is only $7.50. to promptly. I meet all trains.
citizens of Miami are preparing to the best help." But you must Stove wood for sale.A. Old Lamps Made We-w. "
; The We
can fill every lamp want. No matter whether
c entertain their visitors with amusementsof continue its use even in hot HADLEY, Titusville. want a new lamp or store, an old one repaired or refin'aVied you-
weather.If r ,a vase mounted or other make of lamp transform"y '
of various kinds. you have not tried it,send for free sample. C.A. TORIA . +' ;;*?/ "" ROCheSte, At/. Mean do it. Let usj
the +
including -- on
Many distinguished persons, SCOTT & BOWNE, Chen-rts, The Kind yT Gala Always Bo M >'fe are I TS since A ent of diseases 1
,... Governor Jerfesgs and the-Florida senators T.P.. ,
and ijf wtatives in congre serre,, E./V t. '\,:\dIMoalld,

ttendence. &A,, ....I'.. .. u'w
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