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: August 1, 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: VID00637
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
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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%tTJ; 'f BIG FAIR FOR WOMEN nate me w"bole. .

.'..I : The Japanese booth will show a mid THE SIBERIAN .,RAILWAYHints Ball Goods1

.. dle class family of Tokyo In its Base
; borne The Chinese department Is to

Features of an. Exhibition to BeHeld be flooded and planted with rice. A For Travelers Furnishedby I

picture of Boer life Is expected. to be -

l : .. In New York. i of especial Interest In view x>f the late an' American Consul. Balls Bats Masks Gloves Shoes and Complete Uniforms
war, and the exhibits from our new ,

EMPLOYEES possessions are others that promise Trade supplied at Manufacturers' Prices. Send for 1902 Catalogue.
the exhibition
much. In connection with

uI- > concerts lectures, etc., will be The H. & W. B DREW COMPANY,

Exhibits From All Part ofthe World held. Many feminine attractions have for A. G. SPAULDING & BROS.,
Dally Trains Are Ran From the Pacific Agents ,
already been engaged for performances
lyill Be Seen at Madison Square
during its run. Coast to St. Petersburg-OnlyTlilrtjslx Jacksonv111e, F1n.
Garden-Street of Nations to Circle
To keep the womanly element absolutely Pounds of Baggage -
Arena and Venice Street to ,
Occupy unbroken) throughout the league Transported Free of Charge-Hotel S. W. CARROLL
the Basement. ,
v will have a detachment of women police aud Railroad Accommodations.

"'there's -a feminine finger In every a woman dOOrkeeper, with assist I :
i In a recent report to the state de- Staple and Fancy GROCERIES
t k pie, and the Woman's exhibition will ants, a corps of women carriage at-_ _
partment at Washington Henry
tendants and other employees usuallyof -
prove it. -Mrs. Sara Knowles, President --
41 Professional Woman's League, the sterner sex. The costumes of Miller, United States consul at New Hay, Grain,-Fresh Fruits and, Vegetables, I Titusville, Florida.

these attaches have all been specially chwang, China, gives some Information Tin, Glass and Crockery Ware. .
- Director General. designed, and in order to Insure the for the benefit of persons who We solicit; your patronage. Mail orders promptly attended to.
"The pie's the thing In America, and . r
scheme J -- -
of the -- --
perfect working promi find it necessary to travel over the -

the Woman's exhibition proposes tQ nent league members will act as the Siberian railroad Mr. Miller that
says -r "THE EAST COAST OP FLORIDA ifrrrrk.'
convert the world to this cult."-Mrs. leaders of the different bodies. he is in daily receipt of requests for "

Gertrude Andrews, Official Pieihaker. If there be riot in the Garden, It will information in regard to the Siberian 1ie i is PARADISE RR GAINED. !}it ;

Woman In all her phases, with a be handsome Amelia Summerville, disguised railroad Il ;
'4 multiplicity of activities to indicate her in a policeman's helmet, with Trains can be taken now at Vladivo- ,

past and future possibilities, will be blue coat to the knee, black hosiery Stock, Dally, Tort Arthur or New- FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY.

the daily living pictura at the Madison and the daintiest of high heeled shoes, chwang daily for St. Petersburg, the

who will draw her miniature club and route being all rail, with the eXCl'p'tiun
Garden in New York
Square during
r the two weeks, Oct. G to IS while the rush to Investigate. Dr. Ida C. Nahm, of .l\veiity-se\ miles across Lake LOCAL TIME CARD No. 41. In Effect June 8, 1902.

.. v In the trimmest of green livery, with Baikal. Only second class accommodations
t. Woman's exhibition holds the boards, boots and high hat will spring NORTHBOUND-READ UP.
top are to be had at the present time SOUTHBOND-READ DOWN. .
; says the New York World From east down the stops to carriage r I -
open your from
the Pacific to Irkutsk, although
39'No N.. 78, 3. 32
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f and west, north and south, whether as while you wait, and a blond haired tirst class trains are expected to be in I Daily. I Daily 35.I MAIN LINE 'i I : I. I

i ; almond eyed daughter of Asia or dark doorkeeper In biscuit colored costume operation in a short while. From DalySCOpI1015a1L.

f {!e haired Mexican senorita, she will bring with blue facings her white belt and Irkutsk fast trains equipped with dining I I ......................Jacksonvil1e......................\r I 1 C) P 8 :OaS
! her best to add to the sum of greatness tan boots and smart cap the accom- bath. barber's shop and ca p 10S! Lv..................8". Jac sonv1Ile............ . ....Lv S:3: p i 47a
cars ... ........... .......... 5 ,, 'I 40a6t3p1EC3p
6 15 pin 3'')a. ................... .St. Augusti. e. p :r
: I of the sex. paniments, will sweep back the por library run thrice weekly:} to St. Petersburg ......................... .Ha8tin ......................... blip 703. !teA:
The enterprise found Its origin in a tals. the 7 COp 1213 ...... ..............East Palatka........................ 4 Up, 8 boa o 7
the time from that to .
tv point e 733p1264p ......................... Neo/(& ........................... i17PI OlTa !
distinctively feminine organization, the Marguerite St. John In zouave dressof capital being eight days. :; 7 t3 p1 l Cp ..........................Ennnells.......................... Cip' a (Ij& If
1; : Professional Woman's league, and it Is red, will lead the guard which pa- the things Mr. Miller advises 752p 113 p .......................... J1lpon............................ 317 t'I' 5:
Among 319p I 14 11 .......................... ......................... p 58 ;,
!.t this body of COO women who are workIng trols the Garden, and Pauline Willard, travelers to l.trr'itb them are their o a-. 839 plezp ....................... DayWr3.........................:.. 313p b2-2a oCt A y
with might and main to bring it to In the picturesque costume of Italy,will own blankets towels and S 3311, 2 ClJ> .........................Port Orange.--... a Cap b l1a : iy
4 pillows, soap < 903p 2 20p .......................\ew 8m rla........................ 2 HI' 4 53a '; :
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;. a successful accomplishment It will appear in the Venice street to direct and as much hand luggage as possible, .: ....... 2 t3p ...........................011.H.I.......................... 221p. ...... !Mo: .
' comprehend an investment of over the Venetian girls. During the exhibition to the amount of" thirtysix H Z ....... ......................... Titus\1l1e......................... 143 PI"s ,
as baggage < ::: ....... 353p ...........................Cocoa............................. 113p----, ,... >p.a
'r; f $ 50OOO and will employ more than ,a paper written, edited and published pounds only is transported free by ....... tClp ........................Rocked-e.! ........................ lPi.; ...... ':'!..r.
3,000 persons all of whom will be of by women will be a feature. the railroad. Mr. Miller also adrbt'shl'ell'rs e ...... t3Jp .........................EauGalhe......................... .. i ...... 'i i";,
t r' : Fi : ....... 433p ......................... 1E.1 bourre.. .......................I:a 33 PI. ...... =.
; the gentler sex and as comely, say the Belle Jennings one of the union work unable to speak Russian to 0 ....... 5l3p .........................8ebastian .........................' t -i. ..... ;::.p.k 5
> : .: managers, as! any Broadway chorus. ers, will run the linotype Machine.Jlrs. provide themselves with pocket dictionaries Z ....... 6C3...........................St.Lucie..........................,11 o.>at.. ...... ,;;
: ...... 20p .........................Fort P,eree...................,....jIl W ai,...... :;_.
l.. A street of all nations will surround Sara Knowles, the president is in their native tongue and F+ ....... 623p..........................\\"hite City.........................,,10 4 ia1.: ...... 3 iz >
r. the arena of the Garden, where twentyf director in chief of the exhibition. llcrexecutive Knss'au' the train hands speak .,. ...... 641p.--.......?....?....--Tlbbals......................... .. ,. ..._.. g
a; 8 ....... ..........................Eden........................... 1028&.'....... by
i four peoples In characteristic occupa committee: follows: only the latter language.A ; ....... 669p ...........................Jens' ......................... 1.12'al' ...... .i :
; dons will give a kaleidoscopic idea of Mrs. Louise -Lldridge.: Mrs Alice first class fare from Irkutsk to St.l't'tt'I'Ul11'g ........ 7 CO p ...................... .Stuart.: ..................1' It a{,....... Ct
....... 73pp. ........................htope S'und.-. .................. 941a,....... a !e
the scope of the undertaking. Within Maddockll'S.. Belle Gray Taylor, : is $ r.. the Inclosure which this thoroughfare Mrs. Ida Wells, Mrs. J. S. Ferguson, fare being $4(5.81.( The sleeping car :p ....... Slap ....................\Yt'8i Palm Beach--..?.. 8 {;Saj.' ...... gl
: circles the ....... S i3p ..........................Boynton .......................... 83-1&1'! ...... ;
1- industrial section will be Mrs. J. II. Van Tine, Miss Mary T. rates ate $l1.UO first and $L37 second .. . ... 933p. ......................Ft. I.&uderdale...................... 78ia!. ...... g a
:.>. placed. A Red Cross field hospital, Stone, Miss Minnk Wortendyke, Miss class from Irkutsk to St. Petersburg, ....... 1021p .......................Lem n Cty....................... 653a.. ......
"f... I with Its of doctors . . .. 1030" Ar. ........ ....... .. ..... .Miami. ...... .. . . ... .....L" ......
,' corps (again women) Cora Tanner, Miss Uosa Hand, Mrs while from the Pacific to London they

";; and nurses and the appliances for W. G. Junes, Mrs. Susanna Leonard are: First class $1 S.j5 aud second BUFFET PARLOR CARS ON TRAIN' 33 AND 78.

: emergency surgery, will be shown. Westford, Mrs. Mary II. Banckor, Mrs. irkus :SUC!' t The time required for the

.' Of Interest to mothers will be the Edwin Arden Mrs. John Glcndenniiig} trip from Japan or China to New York BRANCH LINES SCHEDULES.
nursery as it was and as it is. The Miss Maude Banks, Miss tfaida Crai-
old fashioned crib and chairs via Siberia is about the same as acrossthe NI). 57 i No. 55 No 63 No. 49 No.4 P ALA TKA No. 461 No. 48 No. 50 No. 54-I N0 5S't'
ponderous Sara Palmer, Miss I
Emily I
gen Pacific and thenwl.ican conti Daily. i lJaily I Daily lJa.i y DJ.iiy 71( BRA N Cll. DII.111 i I Dally briny Dally I Daily :
; will be seen in the former exhibit, Rigl and Miss Marguerite; St. John. J
: :. nent.In 7 3 6 3S 4 3 ,,11 .5 625. 1'alatk3 IS 20a 71Sa'12tFp 523p 725p
:- while the latter will include all the Mrs. E. L. Fernundoz heads the advisory the matter of money, Mr. li1IcrSa'd 763p,655pLL p I _p 1'112 OS p 6 45 a ILY E.Palatka. Arl 6 01) I\ G 55 ; 25 p I 5 C P 7 C P,

modern furnishings of the nursery, the committee Mrs. A. M. Palmer it should all be in rubles (30 ceus

ft"" ' kindergarten chairs, etc., and the various I I the reception and Mrs. Fred Iloss the gold) and kopecks (about half a cent No. 57 \ No.. 45\I BAN MATEO BRANCH I No.Daily 48 No.Datijr SD.111y s

ways of amusing a child. Baby bazaar committee. Miss Emma Field,
j- gold). Money can be exchanged at .751 p 510 al ........................ Palatkl.'r 5 bS a au P
Incubators with improvements suggest. Miss Rosalie de 'Vaux Miss Jane Holly Vladivostok Dalny, I"ortrtllur and 815 P631)I H i Ar . ... . .... . .... ... . .Sa.n latt'o. .. . .. . .. ... ... .. ..,.Lv I b 33 a..I S 2) p
t ed by women.will also be on view. and other actresses are of Mrs. Hoss travelers should beprovided -- - I '
ew'hwang.11 23 -I No. 24
No. I I I I
. In this department, as in the kitchen, : helpers In the quest for theatrical with passports wised by a Satu:1' No. 21 I Na 19 No.17 No. 5 MAYPORT I 1,3 No.'6 No 18 No.2! N 22 iSitur',
.f:. the proposed colored women's part in dolls Headed by Lillian Ilussoll, Edna llussian consul. tc \1n.! lloilY: i 1'.c Juu Daily Dai Y BHANCH ',c.zsuny I lJ..Uy Daily I Daily 'I,&on'y.SUIl.o'y .

) the exhibition will come Into play. The Wallace Hopper and Bijou Fernandez Trains from Tientsin and Peking Tsrv-I )-'-; 4 5) p j 1 2C3 p' 9 3J a Lv Jdcksonvi1e A 1 W) a.S i a 1' 1 OJ 11 i G T) PI 9 Up-
old mammy nursing her little: ones on many prominent professionals: are likewise mike clone connection with 953p 632I.j I 4531 pi 2C3p 1931) a "SJaekson'iieLv. ., 6 &2 "i. 8 32 a 12 2 IJ 6 C% p 913p
: daily 1 3 1'1 7 21 > 5 3 pI "I'boBeaeh! 620u : 843p
II Z43pt101)a 8taOa1323p1533p
: -' the floor and crooning the: songs of the pledged to the cause on various j'trains for St. Petersburg and New 13 2S 1' : 1 23 P : S 33 p 2 4S p 101-5 a Atlantic }S\h" 6 U7\ 53 a1213! p 5 25 p a 23 p
k old south, as well as the auntie in the committees.Mrs. I I (.l1wal'. the time required to make thejourney 1) 57 1" 1 4111,5 53 p 3 CJ I' ,1030 a .Ar )by ort Lv 60011. 1 4) a 13 03 III 513p a 23 p

cookhouse making wonderful corn Alice Cram and )lIs8Uce from Peking to Newchwangbeing Dixie Flyer R'mte Sleeping Car operated O+l trains S and 2...

pones, and battercakes, will be a study Brown will preside in the box office. two days. Several steamship -

in national customs. lines are operated between .Japan. No. 11 I SANFORD I NO.12No.\' 3N I ,. ORANGE\ CITY I No. 2 No. 4

\ One element of the kitchen display SIR HIRAM MAXIM'S PLANS. Shangh-'i; and Chefu to 1'0l"trthm.. Daily BRANCH Daily I Dully Daily BRANCH I Doilly Dally

I which will represent many countries, Dala Vladivostok.T '7 O-i a LV..Titusville..A 1 2J P :' 3 Cj P 11010( a Lv. . S. :!' iv"na..Ar' 215 pi'1 fP
will be distinctly: uioJern and distinctively '111 719 a. lv. .... . Im8..Lv\ 107 p 3 n p 1121 aiLv. ..Lae I't en..Lv, 13) p 4 n p
Strong la Relict of Final
Success :lt'n'1'1' no l.otels at 1'0rtrtll1l'. 83Sa. Lv..O..wen..Lv1L62a. ic p alt :J a Lv..Orange Clty..Lv l:3p 'Up
'j' American. This will be the pure Iu Constructing uii Airship. and :it that: point travelers should; stayon 855 n. L..Enwrrise..Lvill SO 8.i 05 P U43 a. 'Ar.Orange Ci y Jet Lv, 115 p 15 p
930aiA .. . ..Sinlord..LvUICOail! I I
white fitted with
apartment, a gas Sir Hiram Maxim, the famous engineer board thl''cIUH'I'S while siuniting
stove, where Mrs. Gertrude Andrews, and inventor, sends word from These Time Tables. show the times at whi h trains may be expected to arrive and depart
their trains. The hotels at Dalny andXewchwang from the several stations but their I':rival or departure! at the times stated -.s nut guaranteed
ji. \ with the assistance of Miss Carmelita his London home to President Francis are only fair. nor does the Company hold itself responsib'e for any delay or any consequence arlaiiig thor- t

lieckwilh, will prove to the male understanding o* the St. Louis world's fair that ho There are a United States ronsut ai from.

J that a woman can make and will go to work as soon as his healtha3
Newchwang and a <-on!m bake seventeen pies in a batch as palatable
I'ortI'II1UI'. Telegraph rates to London
' "F t1 as any "mother ever made'' and and other points in Europe are 30.:) BETWEEN :MIAMA KEY WEST AND HAVANA. i

. \ yet look pretty throughout the pert cents a word and to New York o<11.1> SOUTHBOUND. NORTHBOUND. ,

formanee.11'umen. cents word. The Hussian rite is 7.7 I
designers in wall carpets a LT. Mlama, MOPS. \\>d3. .................1103p LT. nanna., Tues. Thurs. ..... ... ......1000 *
paper cents a message, with an additional Ar. Key \\...t,Tut's. Thurs ........... .12 3) P I Ar. Key Wflit,Tnes.T.lurs. ... ... ... ..... 6 30 I'(
" book covers, etc., will be an important rate of 5.1 cents for each additional l.v. Key "vest Tu s. Thurs...... ...... 7 33 p j Lv. Kt-y West. Tues. Thurs. ...... .... .. 703-;
i-' .. addition to the ensemble. Car word. Ar. Havanat'eds.. K'U. . .. .. . . .. .. . 5 <>OIL I'I Ar. Miama. Weda. Fris. ... .... ..... . 6 Uty

'r pet weaving, making furniture and the Tor copy of Local Time Card any Agent.

turning out of metal novelties will have \ot Oter-WUe. J. D. HAHNER, Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent. ST. AUGUSTINE FLA.
their place. There is an allegorical picture of a :jrirlcnied

The Professional Woman's league, at a ::ra,-hllppt'r, but in the act of

which has each year made its bazaaia !'leedleMy treading on a snake. This ispal'J.lleltt ATLANTIC YALDOSTA & WESTERN R'Y.

feature of the Christmas season, will by the man who spend a large: ,
a3 a3sIli tint of money building a cyclone cellar,
use a large section near the Ill 1St, ,*j.oi but neglect to provide his family with a HiHXII: riYiK HOI'TI: (
the. floor for I its contrib'- ., d t- bottle of HiiimbeIain's Colic Cholera .
.ulrrd. DOYs3I.ENn. DArJ:. Y S
rival J dolls, in iruitatk S'11l. 1. ',II'" ited and Diarrhoea I Remedy a.: a :sofesriiard.i __ _. . I
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actresses In their face .t'rs, :: ain-t bowel! complaints, whose' victimstlitnunber -- J
OW sha II ) : 2. \n. -t. Stttiuns :\u. :$. N. 1
tlne of the cyclone inn .
will be the special l tUNl\\0 -

hundred of these dolls th" t* the lred to one. Tins remedy i i.s everywhere i's W-p' 1-------_-_Lj k"'nvili .lr -- = ;511t: III :a' |l' in
representatives of various, nations, are recognized a* the Most: prompt ami reliable 10 55 a m 11 15 P W u ______Ar Valdosta Lv--------- I ::s'-J it III .", ,';' [1.111
medicine in use for these: disea>e.:;. 110 P IU is ai a m.-\r 11acon tv- _ __ 11 .') I' II! 1 11 i ,'."> "t ui 1
now In the hands of their modistes. For sale by Wilson &. Son, dru_ i ists.ittvl 7 4.i) m i25alll.u-\r Atlanta Lv-------- n :an p lll 7; T"alll
all 1 00 a m 1 00 ar __ _
s Hairdressing and beautifying with -- ---- p nt--------- l'haUauucga Lv. 3 ()It p III :s i a"a ini
, manner of feminine art in the way of ij 10 a w ti x P _____. .___ Nashville: Lv------ If :ilJ a w i H :S'P\ in
r U1RAM MAXIM. :\ tst POP Missionaries.A 1201 P au 11Ill P mn.\r Iartiu Lv__ ________ :i 15 a nl :3 4? p ui \
r personal adornment or improvementwill will for Mew ph.i so of the missionary question 7 :34 P m 6 S'2 a lIL\r St.IAluis Lv----- 11) 1:1: I' 111 "> iti .1 ill
permit upon new experiments
be shown. -
l is coming; to the front, says the __ _.__ 105Ot m---.._ -Ar__ __ ('biau __J\ ." Ii 10 III
In the commercial section all that a a flying machine. Sir Hiram is slowly :::: :::
North China Herald. In the past the lto ill 2 iO _____ \r L.ui"ville
P a m--- Lv----------
recovering from an attack of bronchitis : 3: 'tu' a Iii 2 :35 iu
woman uses, from a hairpin to a steam iHificiilty: in this region: (Fuchain has t 15 II Jh 7 211 a 11I_. ________Ar (' 1w 1JUati I.v_ ____. -___ IT: I' II: II t' ;p.1 mNo.

it launch, will be in evidence, and milliners and has gone tu the south ofFrance l-e-'ii to find any one willing to identify ._ -__ __ 9 15 :tI_ ==::: =_-__-:: _. (:hi,1tz"t. .l Lv-::.::.__. . .7 00 t, 1'1 f
t' bootmakers, dressmakers and others for a course of special treatment himself with the hated western rt'- __
of at one of the baths. l--lixit' -'Iyer- tiS that ilk will be in their glory. Drawins ->ui Buffet Sleeping Cars. .J.4I'b'JiIlle
; llzit'ii. But from side
The costume exhibit is intended torover lIe expects to return Sept. 1. Hid now every conn- to bt. LOUIS ai1'l :Jackyjuville t\J Chicago without change: making direct c-ouu ciii.n ,u \th-
requests from a large number of men yJlVl'Xrlth; sleeping tars for Louisville Cincinnati and Chkitgv. Only stops at foilin \.. 1
idea as is generally known, is a machine ":
exhaustively In fashions & \\ .
f w changes asking to have a "teacher" sent to station* Crawford Baxter antI Fargo Through coaches l-etwei-u Jack> in .I!!,- from
1:, the_ period immediately succeed which.will have either the smallest Mac ii.

. ing the fig,leaf, to the.present Theatrical relation to or none at all to a bal their town with the offer of a chapel No. 2: Day Exprtstnpsatall: .\.. V' ot W. )l-.d Cation.Make- dm-rt wnueuiuns
tree. The requests are without exception for all VUM and
points northwest bothi.rc."rdele and }!aCOIl.
will have loon. He firmly believes that an effective
; A picture part in this. made in the hope of gettingthe Connectionuiadt: at Jacksonville with all northbound trains of the S A L. aud F. E. *:.
gallery and museum as well machine can be made with whichto railways.
fort'i rul'r. orIt least the "church.
as an educational exhibit will be In navigate the air. He has already E. H. IJAI1N1X s. i). i'K 'KKTP.:
to take their law
different parts of the Garden. spent about $75.000 In experiments andIs up cases. 'i"IL rpt i ",.u. i'aos. Agt. .

::1 One of the most quite in his belief
picturesque as strong as ever
spots Foley'! Kidney Cure i* a medicine free: DR.MOFFETT'S
: and the haven for amusement seekers of final success. It Is extremely probable from jioi.-oiis :and will cure any case of s Cures CHoIerHnfantum t j

' .r Will be the Venice street, to be located a little later In the year, if his kidney disea e that is not beyond the 4' '+" Diarrhoea.Dysentery.and

& the basement, where typical Vene health is fully restored, that he will reach of medicine. !MJd! by Wilnm; it Son. the Bowel Troubles of I
Children of ,
= tian -- --- yEU Any Age.
houses of discolored stone will visit! St. Louis and enter more fully -
,= aak the broad the committeethe Xew Padding For Tables.A KTHINC POWDERS+ ) DIgestIOn Rtgulattj
; way with its bridges upon the matter, giving u p 16' the Bow eU, Strengthen

. F Ilg hidden canals. The vista of benefit of his experiments and of new material for table pads has Costs Oily 25 cents at Druggists the Child and Mikes

gil endless gardens will be ac- his great knowledge of aerostatics. recently been placed upon the market.It ..- .... (: .. TEETHING EA5Y. i
fum1d15 bei ty mirrors. cafes is made of asbestus cloth, woven so .: Or mailti3 cuta to C. J. MOFFETT, M D,? ST, LOUIS, M0.
Shops "
"I had diabetes in its worst form
I reatauranta and places of amusement writes Marion Lee of Dunreath Ind. ", ] soft that It cannot injure the most W e bate handled Dr. Moffett'i TEETHISA. (Teething Powlq t,'!rer since its flr"wbod'ucaon'to'thfoahHfl! >.
will duster polished table. It Is absolutely ud \lad.,Jk, 'Brieuiry medicIne. and oar tnd Ill.n. h\jff\! ,creased from year to
at the entrance of the tried eight physicians without: relief. Only highly now unounlg, rthreehuudreierot.peryear,.-' -b.11...J V nf'>9 Bf ililUeli &IId yen the lULL utisbctiBaUyr onj tudarl
lirilges. fakIrs ** S".doj Jient proof It comes fifty-four inches 4 ry 2'' CI t' the es
and sideshows will fill three bottles of Folev's Kidney : i tnusce. ie&antlr aii! ar 1 ta of th. attmmaty
eer.r place, Italian will dornl- [P" 'ertAtU' Sold by Wil011 and! "yide and costs about $2 a. 0641 I. L." c f C-y ;: Sla.r
_ f..' as r of flour ,'bted bls!'p' '*' l ask for _,u... \V Ins w'8 Soot: P,, ;: l' '_ 't..u4.JA1
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: THE PASSIM! OF HOVELS 'No.'I do not think so. Nature will I ,

j always sway the world and It THE LEONARD MEMORIAL .
man's ,
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nature to ,o4If : : "" : :_ .:- -. :_ --. _ . '.' -
fight for supremacy, no mat

. A Remarkable ter how deadly the conflict may be .{,.
Prophecy bI come." Monument to CommemorateOur J.

Jules Verne.NEWSPAPERSTOSUPPLANTFIOTION. Senator Platt's dew Spoon. Oldest Iron Foundries.

Senator Thomas C Platt of New

York; received many handsome reminders -

from friends on the occasion ELABOBATE DESIGNS PREPARED.

of h'.s sixty-ninth birthday anniver-

Popular Author Thinks That the rary. says the New York Times. One
,, Day of That Ttil New Work of Art Will Be I
Novels I. All but Ended. he prizes very highly Is an exact
Erected In a Square at Tannton, ,
Psychology of the World ReClaims Counterpart of the spoon that has been
will Be Crystallized used for 1.000 years in anointing the Masa.-Charles H. Xlehana Is the The Kind Yon Have Always Bought, and which has been
In the
f' Modern Dally Paper.I rulers of Great Britain.A Sculptor-Monument Will Be on a in use for over 30 years, has borne the signature of

Large Scale. and has been made under his per

had not M. Jules Verne's address c2Cr- sonal supervision since its infancy.
IIaIed. The Leonard family were famous in
when I arrived
at Amiens station, butI Allow no one to deceive you in this.
Dr. Geo. Ewing, a practicing: physician England and Wales for their Iron foundries -
found that
soon it was quite All Counterfeits Imitations and but
unnecessary of Smith's Grove, Ky., for over thirty during the sixteenth and seventeenth Just-as-good are
for everybody knew "M. years, writes his personal experience with Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of ,

J # Jules," as his fellow townsmen call Foley's Kidney Cure: "For years I had centuries, and in accordancewith Infants and Children-Experience against Experiment.

the veteran author, writes a correspondent been greatly bothered with kidney and the spirit of the age they kept the
bladder trouble and enlarged prostrate secrets of their art to themselves,
ir{ of the London Mail. I found gland. I used everything known to the handing them down from father to What is CASTORIACastoria

him; at his club! and it will interest profession without relief, untN I commenced
About 1C51 certain members
English admirers of the man to know to use Foley's Kidney Cure: son.
that in appearance he is exactly what After taking three bottles I was entirely crossed the Atlantic and established a is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric

: : the author of his books relieved and curd. I prescribe it now foundry in Massachusetts, says the Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It
should be.
daily in my practice, and heartily recommend New York Times. Two years later one contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic
; tt Of middle height, white haired and its use to all physicians for such
of them went to New Jersey and opened substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms + Rand
,;t ruddy faced, Jules Verne looks like a troubles. I have prescribed it in hundreds -
of cases with perfect success." Sold the first furnaces near Rahway. Since allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind
sea captain who is spending the
autumn by Wilson & Son. that period many of the family have Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipationand
V of a well filled life on shore. Although
.' l'E( continued in the business, especially Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the
t seventy-four years old, suffering
*' those who live at Taunton, Mass. In Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
> l. from cataract and lame in WITTY SENATOR CLARK.
one leg
order to embellish that city and raisea The Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend.
.. ', (he was shot in the foot by a made memorial which shall have its foun-
Why the Montana Crwsns Would
j man some years ago), the old gentleman dation stones laid on the two hundred
Not For Hair Cut.
1. is hearty in manner and brightly and fiftieth anniversary of the establishment -
"Well, Charlie, my son has a rich
il interested in all the world's doings. of the industry in Americathe
father but I haven't I can't .
so pay Bears the of
lie met me with an expression! of great Leonard family intends to place at Signature
you his schedule for a hair cut.
interest in the phenomenal circulation Taunton a monument on a large :tcale.:;
With these words Senator WilliamA.
V of the number of the Mail issued immediately The sculptor is Charles II. Niehaus.
Clark of Montana dropped a fifty
*BF | after the king's operation, barber lIe has made two designs consisting of
cent piece into the hands of a
about which he had been of about base, which
just reading groups figures; a
Ti the other day; at Butte, put on his hat
; and for a few moments I found it very the represents::; an island in a circular basin .
end walked out of the shop, says ,
'! dilHcuIt to draw him on to talk about New York Herald. of water and of a haft; rising from

himself for he prefers getting information the base. In the one the shall rises t
"Charlie usually gives me $5, said
feet in the form of Tie KM You Have
t to supplying it. the barber after he had trimmed the about ninety an Always Bought '

"I really would much rather interview hair and shaved the neck of Montana's obelisk, square in section. The plinth

than be interviewed," he said. has low reliefs, with figures showingman
you richest The senator's face flush
man. t
uy CSt I suppose I may consider my ed. "What is the regular ,charge for and woman plighting troth, vestal In Use For Over 30 Years.THE .

life's work as nearly finished. 1 am at virgins caring for the fire on an altar CENTAUR COMPANY TT MURRAY ETREtT. NEW YORK' ClTV. j

a ,- work now on my hundredth volume, such"Fifty service cents? "he replied asked.the barber. and other groups, treated' in the classical ;-. .'<- -_-.-.. .' ,-" '__.." ''"'_'7{' ,..-.."'.' >- ', :C;; : fi...,.... -,>'N.r_. :...,_,_..,.-......,'(: ,'...f."_,, __:_:-"_.-.:'

and in the nature of things I doubt "Well, I haven't any rich father" vein, which refer to family life. .. r

1 whether I shall ever write another.In said the senator and passed over the The groups below are designed for
fact my feeble eyesight prevents me 50 cents. bronze and show the prospector dis- -- ---

from doing more than a page or two of Young Clark had met the barber at covering iron ore, the iron master extracting

it a day just now if I want to keep up the races, had takeu a fancy to him the metal, the smith' and the The Seaboard Air-Line Railway .
I artificer in iron. In this design
well provision
with the world's news as Only and invariably paid him $o for a hair ;
eighty-four of my hundred volumes is made for an abundant fall of
I cut. He recommended the barber to

, have been published so far, and they his father as an "artist." The elder water which may: gush h from grottoes CAPITAL CITY ROUTE.The

I!, will continue to appear at six monthly Clark considered him simply an arti- on two sides of the i Wand. .

i > Intervals, so that, of course, ten or san and paid him accordingly. The second'; design is not so tall.

: twelve of them are very likely to be Here the groups are more concentrated

.u, posthmmuis. I work: extremely quick the island being smaller and the Shortest Route. The Best Line.
I when I am in health and if the opera cascade feature being omitted. KehuiAthe -

.. for cataract which I must shortly which are also calculated
tion Scouts Declare Five Hundred Men' groups DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE

1 II undergo restores my eyesight for me, Could Keep L'ncle Sum UU*J'. for bronze, rises the base of a

as the doctor hopes it will, I may after A'somewhat startling suggestion; is granite pedestal, against which tree Including Sundays.TO .

I I all go on into my second ovntury of made by two Uoer scouts who have form are to he displayed in bronze.

I volumes for I am quite untiml, and collaborated writing a little volume On the cap of the pedestal stands a -

work, either at my books or at the entitled "'I he Mobile I'.oer." "Five great draped female Genius holding a

muniripal business of .\miens. is my hundred desperate men armed with rifles torch 011 high and in her other hand a Savannah, Columbia, Southern Pines,
chief recreation. :\MtTi'ury's I helmet, with wings. The
using the same; ammunition as the
"The Held of the romance writer of government placed in Colorado, with figures for the lower groups in each Richmond Baltimore

i the future'? You're quite right, the two machine guns, and led by men design are calculated for a height ofeight Washington, ,

question is an interesting one, and I'm knowing; such warfare and country firt. The monument will cost i

inclined to think: my answer to it will could cause the mobilization of the from il."iO.UOO to :.OOU( (), the shaft or Philadelphia, New York,

astonish you. Where do I think will American army form the inhabitantsinto l pedestal and island being of granite.

the novelist of the future seek: the In the second design with the draped
posses, terrify the whole west, in Pullman: : S100p01-S.
plots and the environment for his novels flict millions of dollars damage in life Genius and torch, the groups for

?" and railroad property and tinally if bronze on the four sides of the island Only Line Operating Through Pullman Car Service Jacksonvilleto

Jules Verne leaned forward and necessaryescape over one of the borders or lower base are studied with much New Orleans.For .
the table. "I do care and are agreeably diversified.
drummed gently on without capture to return when further inforniatum. writ
not think there will bo any novels or those slower moving states with their Each side has three or four figures.Here E. L. I5UXCH, lien. Pass. Asent. .\. 0. MArDOXELL. t. (if'II IVA;r-iitf t
laborers the from Portsmouth Va. Ja<-ks.nvillc, FU !
romances, at all events volume form are prying ore
more limited resources, pressed them.1'This JAS. M. BARK, \ .'c-l'n',ide lit and General Manager; Portsmouth
i in fifty or a hundred years from now, may lip an extreme statement the earth, there the molten iron is being

l he said. And the old geutIl'maulauglwtl says the Duluth News but the recent poured from the crucible by the

at my surprise."No war in Southfr G-a is sutHcicnt ('Vi- foundry iiu'ii, while the furnuv flames:"; lP5jigqr; -rti: > :! '!IIr...:,= "':!l\1L '

-, : 1 do not think: there will I be any deuce that the situation just: describedWon1d ) in the background.;: Yonder is a seated

novels. They will be supplanted altogether be very ugly to deal with. master explaining his craft to a 'pmi- FOR

by the daily newspaper, which tice boy in l<>::th<'r apron, who hold* a Richmond Washington Baltimore r

has already now taken such a grip off .- big. lung handled hammer, while the Ph'lv'd !Iphia Boston Atlanta
of the progressive nation" i GI. = g- mother stands behind listening. A
the lives ; ,-": !1sh.'le' Chattanooga LouisvilleCinciznnati ..
"Hut the romance." I said!, "the novel -- -::::::: fourth group shows the iron being

the his .....?. "Ur Ask a fashioned. The groups on this model St. Louis Kansas CityPittsburg
the descriptive! story story ....C"" ..-* healthy Detroit ClevelandChicago
t tone and the story loychologiealV";, r 'wS % woman are much more: studied anal composed[

will all disappear: said :\1. \ what she would than on the other. They have variety etc.
i "They \1& inn and certain ..- -.__ c_..." _........1.- __
Verne. "They are not necessary, and sell her healthy ;i good movement a : ,

even now their merit and their interestare \ for and she would tell rhythm of line and mass which thoseof yam f

fast tll'dillin8 historic records I 1 \ you that the choicest the other model lack. oneSOUTiIRN

!. the world will file its newspapers.Newspaper \diamonds in the world The two designsill:; be forwardedto
could it. What
learned to I \ not buy Taunton in order that the !local committee -
writers have i I
1' \\1 use for diamond rings to
color everyday events so well that to 1\ the shrunken of Leonards may judge the

read them will give posterity a truer \-'j\ ; \ fingers emphasize or earrings to light work. Perhaps the simple shaft With IILILWAY! Z Zd$1
I its frieze of low classic reliefs the
picture than the historic or descriptivenovel : up the cheeks hollowed by ; on
It ouild do. and as for the novel I disease? plinth in the first model will find! favor. ""-: '

psychological that will soon cease to + Health is the first requisite On the other hand the groups of the ROUTE OF THE CElEBR ?t > > .* :

be and will die of Inanition! in your r \to womanly happiness. General lower part in the second! model may be dMtf yet
ill-health in women has its origin Then the will The Southern's f 'r
i. 01lifd illlt.." in local womanly diseases preferred. sculptor saerilicj u ;:mited
the big Genius ami put the tall J
Here 51. Jules Verne got Cure the diseases of the delicate The
urn second to no living man." he cried, womanly organism and the general shaft in her place, thus combining the Washington, Richmond and

"i "in my admiration of the greatest psychologist health is perfectly restored. finer features of each. Florida Limited

world has ever known, The remarkable benefits ex- The Leonard' memorial, as can be
the I
,, Guy de: Maupassant, and he, like all perienced from the use of Dr. easily imairined.; is not to be finished! The New York and Florida Express

., the trend of rierce's Favorite Prescriptionare for a long while. The studies for a .
. ,\ true geniuses:; foresaw TO THE EAST.
. due this
ideas and deeds and wrote hisDories to perfect larger model! may occupy a year or \
diseases.It .
In the smallest possible com establishes cures of womanly regularity, dries two, and It may be five years before The Chicago and Florida Special
fI the monument is unveiled.The .
Each one of IV Maupassant'sPOU weakening drains, heals inflam-
I pass. site for this important work of The Florida Limited
concentrated lozengeof and
studies Is a mation and ulceration cures ,
female weakness."It art is a square in Taunton surroundedby
1 psychology."The TO THE NORTH AND
who will delight affords me great pleasure! to l>e immense trees, which look as ifthey WEST.
f I>e Maupassants able to say a few words" in regard to r \
have been when
1 the world in years to come willdo the merits of Dr. Pierce's Favorite might : planted .. ,
of the day Prescription and his Golden MedicalDiscovery. the Leonards first came from England. -
1 so In the newspapers ,' writes Mrs. Flora \rn. ofDd.l1ai There is a fountain in the center of Pullman Sleeping Car Line Jacksonville to Cincinnati, via! ..jet i
will "
In volumes, and they as Jackson Co. Mo I was '
and not "
it, tempted to t:V the medicines after the square just where the monument Asheville, through "The Land of the Sky. 'i .
Jon newspaper men express seeing the effect upon tm mother At ouuht to stand. Pu-liaps in the completed Through trains via The Southern Railway are operated In
the world of married life 1 wai
of an earlstage
the psychology with connection with the Plant System and Florida East Coast Railway
'writin up' the greatly bothered painful peri design tie fountain idea maybe
which they live by ods, also a trouMtsome drain which included. In any ease within five Pullman Sleeping Cars and Hotel Dining Cars on all through
weak and for
day to day Yt'nts The real psychology rendered me very trains.
trutl1f -. work of any kind. I became so thin or six years Tauntou likely to have
or life is In Its news, and more there was nothing left of me but skin
a more Important monument than anything Ask for Tickets via Southern
Truth with a big T-can be gatheredfrom and bone. My husband became Railway. Correspondence Solicited. ,
the rail alarmed and got me a bottle of 'Favorite : of the sort in P.o...ton. The family -
J the police court story, Prescription.' After he saw the
\ accident from the everyday doIngs wonderful effects' of that one he got is so large and so many membersare
way from the battlesof me two more, and after I used those still engaged in the iron industrythat H. F. CAREY, Fla. Pui. Agt loa W. 87 St., Jacksonville, FU.
of the crowd and 1 be-
up there was no more pain ...
the for work of
heavy outlay a
:, the future than can be obtained if gan to gain in flesh very rapidly."
f, \ attempt is made to clothe thet' "Favorite Prescription makes art of these dimensions will not standin S. a HARDWICK, V. H. TAYLOE,

psychological an moral In a garb of fic weak women strong sick women the way. The sum of $100,000 is already GtAtul Puetngef Agent, An't Geal Pus Af tat, t' .
well. Acccept no substiute for secured for the fund. .
askktrtOftt D. C. Atlanta 0 ".
tion. ( .the medicine which works won- *
11 "You mention battles. Y y uot d.- for weak Foley'.a Kidney Cure will cure all diseases -. J.aoarr 15. 19 OS. \.

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f r WILLIAM HINDLK-UndertakerandEm- The Fly-by-Xight is on Hodgson's ways .
I balmer, Bicycles and Sewing Machine sup- this week.
g ; Is a constitutional disease.It .
and Fitting, Repairing J.
plies,Tinning Pipe
: z of Every Description. Agent for Beveridge Copious showers in this district for, the originates in a scrofulous condition ol
ra Steam Cooker. past week. the blood and depends on that condition.It .
l often causes headache and dizziness,
FBANK LIPP-Practical Shoemaker. Forty The recent rains have started out new
impairs the taste, smell and hearing, affects -
: -1 years experience; all kind of repairing growth on all of our citrus fruit trees. the vocal organs,disturbs the stomach.It .
.. done nice and cheap also ladies'and. men's i
cp ; is always radically and permanentlycured
-I l f shoes made to order. I Telephone wires were damaged by the by the blood-purifying, alterativeand \\
I -1 \ Reliable electric storm of Sunday in Eau Gallie. tonic action of W'Iti
The Old
{ .. i ; Store for good fresh and reliable goods The steamer Spartan is launched again Hood's SarsaparillaThis
' I 1 ; such as Dry Goods, Saddlery, Crockery, with a new wheel and sha t and is readyfor
t I Hats,Trunks and a full line of Groceries. great medicine has wrought the most
.4 wonderful cures of all diseases dependingon <
JARVIS HOUSE-open all the year round. scrofula the scrofulous habit.
\k : Pleasant 'ocation facing the river on rivera Major H. L. Jordan has been under the or

, : f'.l front. Rates$2.00 per day,special terms by weather for a few days with: an attack of I HOOD'S PILLS are the best cathartic / '1 P traf irfw7
i 1
the week or acute rheumatism.
: : ?

C. J. Young's\ new residence is being FORT PIERCE. Wrecked Titusville Florida. '*

L J INDIAN H RiVER RI ms. painted and an addition also is being added Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Harris, of Eden, Your home and property ,
: were in town Tuesday.J. r !
; i : to be used as a kitchen. should be protected by.... .
0 0 0 0 0 0 0' 0 0 0
1 H. Wynn, Esq., left for his home in 0 "
Briefs c
and Newsy Fish Insurance
Paragraphs Personal The Indian River and Lake Worth 4 .
l North Carolina; a week ago.. 0 "
it at Towns Along the Coast. company have a launch on Hodgson'sways from FIRE. LIGHTNINGand 0 'i 4',
t t being overhauled and painted.Mr. Prof. Jas. Pomeroy was in town Tues CYCLONES. The ex- 0 0 3' ; o, .
:. COCOA. day. His many friends were glad to see pense is small compared to
tr .. McJunkin and family have and Mra. Henry U. Hodgson sailed him out again. the risk of a catastropby "f
j Mr. George from New York for Eau Gallie via the like this. Write to or ask i
left this part of the river for Miami, and Clyde steamship Arapahoe on Tuesday.A Mrs. A. M. Sample and baby left last Schuyler & .panning, Titusville, ., t

i expect to make that place their permanent week for North Carolinn for the balanceof for reliable information, .

home. jolly dance took place on Friday eve the summer. rates, etc., etc. . . . .
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1 ; Our old time citizen, Col. J. P. Setze, last in the Avilah rooms. Messrs. Hop There was a large crowd from here that 1NESlUQUOR: ...

r . ;, was taken with a violent attack of verti- kins and Thompson furnished the music. attended the excursion Miami: on the BOBBINSQRAHAM

one day last week while in town and 2Sth, returning Wednesday.The .
.. go Alex. Near returned to Eau Gallie on
had to be conveyed to his home in North with his artesian...well plant & I "
: / rt. friends hope to hear Tuesday gun club will shoot Friday after- COP r."T ,
!, I' Cocoa. His many having completed his contract at Sebas- noon. The club has built a grand stand ...,. --- I. : t
of his speedy recovery. CO. I '
; ; i I tian. for visitors, which is an improvement.Mr. ,1\\ I I! I ,, !,' I uI. I II
i ;. i The alarm of fire was the startling announcement (Incorporated. Paid up Capital $25,000.00) I r.", I h.. P .
J j The launch Dreamer brought up a II
; r i heard this Thursday morning number of Melbourneites to attend the J. S. LeFils representing the Bene- This company)" owns landsin I. ','

1; ., ;' about 10 o'clock, when it was discovered services on Sunday. The party dict, Pollak company, of Jacksonville, the Indian River Country I open up one of tny bottles> of
i '. 1 by Mr. was a guest at the hotel over Sunday. I
0 omipied
1. : 1". that the residence was overtaken in a heavy shower. on the St. Lucie River, OLD WINE Oil WHISKEY
t' ; William Hindle was on fire. The explosion There will be services in St. Andrews at New River, and on Biscayne and drink to the health and prosperity of . .
; of a gasoline stove was the cause of: :Miss Newell, of Russell, 111., will have friends and self. These goods: are pure and '
. r Episcopal church next Sunday morningat Bay.
holesome.] Unexcelled for richness strength
made to the fall
the fire. Brave efforts were save charge of school No. 5 for coming
I 10 30 o'clockand in the evening at 7:30.: PRICES TO stlT THE TIMES. ana flavor. Right for health and hospitality.
: the household: effects of Mr. Hindle, but term. Miss Newell comes to us with the .
F y nearly everything was a total loss. The highest recommendations as to efficiencyand Capt. Hogg's; schooner arrived last week Send for land list. R. L. Motlcxw,

I r I adjoining house, gt-cupied by Mr.: Moore, ability. We extend a hearty welcome from Miami with the captain and Mrs. OFFICES TITUSVILLE AT . AND MIAMI. TITUSVILLE and COCOA.

i also caught afire and was consumed, but and wish the young lady every success -.. Hogg on board. They report a pleasant --- - --- F.
the household effects were mostly saved.f in her new field of labor.
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i As predicted by your correspondent the My boy when four years old was taken trip.Dr.. W. L. Hughlett was in town Monday Jas. Pritchard & Son i
night night on a professional visit, to at-
last ,
'e play at the town hall Friday with colic and in Irs stomach. 1
; cramps
largely attended, and our young people tend Mr. T. J. O'Brien's baby, who is Headquartersfor.
I was sent for the doctor and he injected morphine -
who took part in the entertainmentare but the child kept getting worse. very sick. . . .

: to be congratulated upon the success I t then pave him half a teaspoonful of Littleliss Ethel and Edith Tyler both !E

they achieved. The receipts amountedto Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar celebrated their 13th and 11th birthday

about $.0.00, while the sale of cream rhoea remedy, and in half an hour he last Friday afternoon. They had a surprise HARDWARE
and recovered. F J...
was sleeping, soon
t, swelled the sum to over $10.00. The party of seventeen little girls, who ,
: Wilkins
Wilkins, Shell Lake, Wis. Mr.
farce, Per Telephone, showed that we is bookkeeper for the Shell Lake LumberCo. all had a delightful time. The two young .Tinware Stoves.

I t- possess dramatic talent of a high order, For ale by Wilson & Son, druggists. misses were tile recipients of many gifts. .. Crockery, ..

} all the parts in the farce and the minstrel Boat Goods, Paints Oils,

performances: being most skillfully ren MEL15OUKNE. WHITE CITY. andVVOODENVV

dered. Capt. West went on a visit to :Miami Alex. Jensen is working in Sht rt. ARE. '

The Cocoa News of yester lay contained :last Monday.Miss John Jensen: is working in South An- Wi ite for prices. 1

the following: Last Saturday ;party from : Grace Cummings is home after a kona. TITUSVILLB, FLORIDA. '1

,'; ,j" Courtenay, consisting of Mr. and Mrs. pleasant visit with friends at Goodall. Geo. Beck was up from Go lingvillc Box 212.

L. P. Allen and baby, Mrs. Jenkins and Rev. Stuait-Maitin, of Merritt, held Sunday. _

J twodaughtersMissSadieLaRocheFrancis service in Holy Trinity church last Sun Mrs. H. Larson has St. JAMES PRITCHARD. Pieaident.W. C. S. SCHUYLER, C'albler.
t \ and Winnie LaRoche and Marion gone .M. BROWN, Vice-President. W.S.BKANNINO, Asst Cashier.
while returning from an outing day.Mr. to have her eyes treated.
) Whaley,
I on the ocean beach were caught in a LeFils, of Jacksonville, was a The club met Saturday evening and INDIAN RIVER STAT BANK.I ;i

I i. squall in Banana river and had a narrowescape pleasant guest of the McBride house last distributed a quantity of seed which has. .

i \ from drowning. The boat on week. just been received. '

which was placed the f five bicycles and Mr. Nathan Downey has been busy :Miss Lizzie Benson and Miss Carrie County Depository. t

\" the baggage of tie party swamped and this week putting repairs on the Riverside Jensen, who were visiting::: friends in Authorized Capital,$100,000. f

everything on it was lost. The members house. Grant, are home again.I Paid'up Capital, $ 25,000. 1'

of the party, however, aH managed to :Mr. John Minor has returned from Average Deposits, $100,000.TRANSACTS .
keep the other boat afloat, and arrived I I Austin has made his pine crop in
Bay View, here he spent several weeks
safely ashore. Jensen:: and returned, much to the gratification A
t with Capt. Henry Stark.
of his friends here.
f t OAK 1IILL. Mr. Win. Fee came up from FortPiercelast General! Banking Business. =f. "
During the last week we have been ,
week and several herewith
\ days
which fell last week spent
k\ The heavy rains his mother and brother. having some line showers, and every Largest and Oldest P ',{pLank
1 were most welcome.Mr. thing i is fresh and ,
: looking ::: green. the Hirer. .
t \ and Mis. W. C. Carpenter were up The Misses Lena Conkling, of Tillman; \ 011 f\

\ from Shiloh Sunday, calling. upon Lucile Drake, of :Malabar, and Callie Mrs''Lamont spent two weeks visiting: ExchangeBoughtandSoldonall
friend in Eden and Jen en. :She ha! returned -
\ Minis of I5ona\enture visitors at
friends. were Countries.
1 our last literary. bringing; Mrs. Wey, of Eden, to Foreign
I i Mrs. P. I). Parker, with little Miss Irv- spend a wetk or two. rationale appreciated. Prompt service, stit&- I I
4 i ; inton, visited Hawk's Park and Daytona Rev. Templeton went to Kau Gallie lag -\ -- -- polite trt'atm"nt! and every fa\"or consistent sgjFK1** ,, 4i .1\
last week. with conservative banking granted.CURRESI'ONUENTS .
Sunday afternoon on the launch Dreamer \STUAKT.

f ! Miss Lizzie Oakes is down from Daytona to hold service. Quite a number of our Mr. Charles I\ l'lit'rson and son Boyne : (
Seaboard National Hank of New York,
1 ) \ i visiting her sister, Mrs. F. W. Hatch, young people went with him. are enjoying a feVdays in Palm Beach and National Cank of Jacksonville.TITUSVILLE. i -< : i;

and her friends here. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Phillips have goneto bicycling. \ FLORIDA.
I Mrs. II. W. bargent is spending the Fort Pierce for a time. Mr. Phillips Capt. Fisher: in hiyine catboat, from .

1.- .4 week with relatives in Port Orange, dur- will assist in the Fee & Stewart hardware Titusulle, was a alrt\\'bitor here fora "

I(" } '- ing her husband's absence. business house while he is there. few days lat week. \ E. L. BRADY & BRO. >

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: Mrs. Johnson returned to her home in The ladies' sewing circle of the First. Mrs. 31. 11. Johns and children: armed ----- --

Port Orange :Monday after a short visit to Congregational; church met last week at Monday from North Carolina, tiltere they GROCERIES HAY'GRAIN AND ALL FOOD PRODUCTS.

f her daughter, Mrs. 11. \V. Sargent. the home of :Mrs. Sne eker. .\. real soda have been visiting ielati\e \ ,
I We handle produce of all kinds. We are agents, for Mapes' Fertiliser We deal exclusively
: 'j f Mrs. J. Clifton spent a few days last:: time, with music and refreshments, made Mr. and Mrs. S. Kitching passed in the above lines of goods] and solicit the trade of all consuinirWrite us f.,r priers on

r week with her daughter, :Mrs. Jack Jonee, the time pass swiftly.Mr. through here Saturday night last on their Grain and all (Jroctrifdelivered at your Nation. E L. BI Any ... IJKo I.. Tin-MI;, FLV

I I who is rapidly recovering from her reCent I way to Miami for a short visit. : Hoke, Sr., :\1111'claughtN, Miss ,

",I severe illness.Caj.t. Mattie May Hoke, went to. Palatka onIon Capt. II. W. Bos-ey and wife, accompanied EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY

.:;. i I' and Mis. E. s. Coutant and liar :\ ay. From there we understandMiss : I by :Miss Fannie Arnold, have gone CO

: : old are again at home after Jeskrs "nth's :Mattie will go to :Macon, (ia., for a to Miami for vacation.. Capt. Bessey r ,!

; cruise down Indian rivjr i I jMrKvovery ,.)I't a visit. Mr. Hoke lias returned home. has coed his hotel until the winter
pleasant trip j'the'Wxe son opens. l.a-I general[ ouico, I..\l' (; iLi4irM i'1.\ .
;' The literary society met at the pleasant i
Miss Katie Summ nations are j. W Yards at THiiMtille, Can Gallic and r0it IMcri-cs
:. .' home of Mrs. H. O. bnedeker last Friday Monday night while walking down the

.... ' Wilkinson arrived lair mides: their evening.; A special programme ren platform of the railway station, two of our COMPLETE STOCK OF LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIAL OF ALL KINDS.
: : mother, Mrs. J. Snnuilfrlih. Mrs. Wilkinson 'j
dered. Mr. Fred Fee's paper on "Gir s" most respectable citizens were assaultedby
was good. The recitations of Miss Barnes, five negroes': One of the young men '

:. Miss Jennie Gamble. who has been also the music rendered by this young was tluow over the railing to the ground AUUii .%LL 01tI>hK; > TO Till; f.KNKKAL 01'1'11:.

with relatives in Jacksonville for the past lady were .enjoyed by all. Mrs. Charles below, spraining;; his shoulder. Early
: .j
. six weeks, is expected home shortly ac Campbell gave a humorous reading. Rev. Tuesday morning a goodly party of men GEO. N. HATCH :: :

; ,i oompaniedby her aunt, Mrs. S. A; Templeton furnished a good share of the made coon town a visit to expel l the loafers __ __ _ h_ _ __, :
c r a Stokes. programme. and gamblers, but they had taken Dealer in ,
H. C'tv warning and lied. It is about time something General Merchandise 1
...... Among those to take advantage of theI I ,
(Quick Relief For Asthma SuflVrerg. was done with these loafers and .. .. .
Miaby > excursion to Miami were II. W. Sargent --
a I ('onsi<;ting of everything -- ---===
t I ra' ('0 A. T. Fountain, Joe and Ed. Fulce, Mrs Foley's Honey and Tar affords imme- gamblers, as they are not wanted in any usually. kept) ill a ROCKLELGE, FLA.

idly j fror. M. :E. Fulce, Capt. E. S. Coutant and :Mr diate relief to asthma sufferers in the community. fr; 't-"1 i" "ofjfiro1 itnro.. =--__ ___ ------ ::::-

Ing t and Mrs. E. Clinton. wont :stakes: and if taken in time will
'tp effect a cure. Sold by Wilson & Son. Henry L. Shattuck, of Shellsbur ,Iowa,
f J real was cured of a stomach trouble with The Lamp of
,_ A pI The best physic-Chamberlain's Stomach which he had been afflicted for years, In Steady Habits

.r and Liver Tablets. Easy to take. I four boxes of Chamberlain's Stomach awl HI Th lamp that doesn't flare up or smoke, or cause vou **
Pleasant in effect. For sale by Wilson & to use bad language the
( I Liver Tablets. 'He had previously tried ; lamp that looks good when
Son, druggists. IN CUBAwhere other remedies and a number of i i. 1011 g* L it and stays good; the lamp that you never willingly -
/ I' many part with, once you have it ;that's
physicians without relief. For sale by '
The '
1 ,, ? II Precious Stones. it is hot all!! the year roundScott's I Wilson &! Son, druggists. Jew Rochester

t \, The heaviest precious stone Is the } Other lamps may be offered yen as just as good = --
and half times Emulsion DKAY1NG. -j they may be, in some respects, but for all aroundeooT
; zircon, which is four a I 'c: ness, there's only one. The New I'achester. To
J heavier than an equal quantity of water sells better than any where else I All kinds of hauling and draying attended sure the lamp offered you is genuine for the make name
is ; the lightest is the opal only twiceas I to promptly. I meet all trains. on it ; every lamp has it. (300 Varieties.) CJ :; c
. heavy as water. in the world. So don't stop takingit Stove wood for sale. Old Lamps Made New

in summer or you will lose A. HADLEY, Titusville.OAfiTORI.A. want We a can new 611 every lamp want. Nomatter whether you (
or ttotr, old
Clouds and Temperature. what you have gained.Send I $ mounted or othermake one of repaired Lamp transform or reah _ _
for a free sample. New Roc iester. we ' ' _
. eau tt. Let
With a clear sky the temperature SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemists, send you literature on t e subject. ns
'. ck 1.000'feet above the earth is G degrees 409-415! Pearl Street, New York. Bean the _/ Ito KM You Have Always Bough L : We are SPECIALISTS in the treattent of diseases
and all druggists.
500. f i.oo: .
lower than: at the surface, with a Signature
no tors ..T
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cloudy sky'4 degrees only. of p +h B3 b relar St.,Jew York.
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