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 15, 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: VID00639
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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;. : L EDITOR'S r NOVEL PLAN. ,Introduction part.,of the interview of motor dealing cars, and with Austrian the Notice ofjlleetion. I.rr- l "THE EAST COAST OF FLORIDA kl8 a : e_ !

....1i.1- ..' .,,"'...CY<'., manufacturers rs are urged to send I*, is PARADISE REGAINED.a I '
h 3} 1 1. f;'' :r r, agents to Cairo. Sir Rudolf said, in Whereas The legislature of 1901, under the ,
; ,
.. Carleton F. constitution of 1885 of the state of Florida '
.4 Hodge Will Print part:. did pass two joint resolutions proposing.

.. ; { the Bible as Serial Story. "Excepting for occasional,trl1lng internal amendments to the constitution of the state of tit'' FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAYS j '

ff'f, ; disturbances, which are in no Florida, and the same were agreed to by a
; ; t > : vote of three fifths of all the members el cted
directed the
,* sense against government,
j i' to each house; that the vote on said joint reso- '
4I f ;! : I t k/-- REASONS FOB HIS UHDEETAKIHG the Sudan _is in a perfectly peaceful lutions were entered upon their respective LOCAL TIME CARD No. 41. In Effect June 8, 1902. ;
I '
l' i'i ;i, . i condition, with 'nothing to hinder its journals;with the yeas and nays thereon,and
I :r I agricultural and commercial development they did determine and direct that the said SOUTHBOND-READ DOWN. NORTHBOUND-BLAB UP.
J L:1 I joint resolutions be submitted to the electors ...
;. 1 i: : , Aunmptlon, (III.) Publisher Who Intends The two most pressing' necessities of the state at the general election in November 1 p3. 39'No' No. 1Ulo.' 32
are an extension of the means of 1902 MAIN L1t E. I I
1'1' .t I I. f..,.'; '. << _to Run Portion, of Scriptures communication and a system of irriga Now, therefore; I, H. Clay Crawford secretary I D 1l11 jDaily"I) DaflpiDaL'y I

I ; t : ;>",i'::! Each Week In His Paper Sara In- of state of the state of Florida do hereby
t. 1'i : '" \ tion. give notice that a general election will be 5C3p1f015aiLv' ..................... .....................Ar 101 : 8f0& 'l'
: ; tend
; : : Will De ,Increased and People "Vast tracts of fertile country and 3 C3 p.10:3a LT..S). .Ta.ksonvUie.............. ....Lv S U P 642& 3
it : ; held in each countyin Florida on Tuesday nest ................... 740&pj
i--s4. :) Will Read the Book Who 613pI13)a ...................... S..atgnstie. .. 5801 II
.. '- ,, Now mineral lands are now comparatively succeeding the first Monday in November,A. 6 45p1303p ......................... Haatinus ...................... 511p 70S& s::;
, '. "' } Never Look Inside, of It. valueless because no facility exist for D. 1902 the said Tuesday being the 4th day 7 C3 p 1213p ........................ & Palatka......................... 'GI p 660& 0
It ..' of November, fop the ratification or rejection e 3Jpl5tp ..........................Neopa.: .......................... 4lip 617& !. I
: : : .>. Carleton F. Hodge, wHo In a recent bringing the products to a market. I of the said joint resolqtions proposing amend. ; 745 ..........................Bunn Ils.......................... 404p 61)va i!
I : believe that the introduction of automobiles ments to the constitution of 7 53p I 113p .......................... Jt pon&.......................... 3 a711 d boa ? fQ
the of Florida
.! Issue of his paper, the, Assumption state : 813p 1'JP.........................Ormo.tu......................... 23p 5E& 171. : i
.> r x' (Ill.) would prove highly beneficial. viz.: F S 331 152p ..........................Da1tona...........................3 lSp 622a 1 t -
. Weekly Independent, began the Many parts of the country are already ARTICLE XIX. .......................Port Orange........................ cSP f) 13& n' \
IC.. r publication of the Bible as a serial z. 9C3p 223p ........................New Smyflia....................... 247p 'Ma ....::;J
.1. :-- perfectly adapted to such traffic, and That the following amendments to the constitution ..; . 243p ..........................Oa.k H111......................... a Zip ....... rg
ftk ;.;.. story, in explaining his determination where it is necessary roads could be of the state of Florida be, aud the E-o Z .-.-.-..-.. 321 p ......................... Titusville......................... 113p......... u o
! \ declares same are hereby, agreed to, and shall be submitted E: -...... 3:3p ......................Cocoa. ........................ ....... a;.a
i i ;.r people never look inside mode without great expense. to the electors of the state at the general : .. ....-401p ........................Itockiedre.......................... 1131' ....... ..y
''il : t: ,.,f of their own Bibles will read the "Automobiles strongly built and capable election in 1902 for ratification 4 0 ....... i3Jp .........................Eau Gallie......................... : 43p......... i':
!i I !:; f.. tion or rejec- E-o : ....... i 39p ......................... Ieibourne.......................... .3 ........ ='''4
t; Scriptures In a newspaper. He claims of carrying goods in fairly large : 0 ....... 13 p ..........................8ebastian .......................i h3 a. ....... ::::;i5Z
L ,f j' ti'> that when In quantities would afford an excellent Section 2 of \rticle V of the constitution is z ....... eC3p ..........................St. ........................... O.a .......
printed tlu'
a newspaper hereby amended so as to read as follows: .. .. 6201 .Fort Pierre........................1103 a ....... c n c:.
f?, J1 ;i' */ -V Bible will become sufficiently worldly substitute for railways at a fraction of The supreme court shall consist of three H ....... 63p..White City......................... 10 4j; a ....... ? ayZ :
F. ;1. to attract readers. cost of the latter. Machines with a justices, except as hereinafter provided, who -....... 6 ..........................Tibbals.......................... 10 8!: a ....... i:;:
: : shall be elected the electors of g ....... 6 46p ............................Eden............................ 10 8a ....... 6 =' I
t t T.4 ;1 ; r Mr. Hodge is undertaking a lon ; high rate of speed would not be required by qualified .. .... 6F3p .........................Jensen........................... t0aie....... g :::
;y't ( I!o( contract If he prints column strength and capacity being the state at the time and places of voting for ......... 7 OOp ............................Stua.rt............................ lIlt+ a....... (R QEt
'f, ; ; ' one members of the legislature, and shall hold ; ... ... : ........................Hope Sound........................ 9 41a ....... J"fc. ::
, :-r1f! i ; ? from the Bible In his paper eaclfweek, the chief essentials. their office for the term of six years, except ....... 7lip ......................\VestJnpiwr. ................... 962x.: ...... tc:
. i It will be nearly fifty years before he "With regard to irrigation, several those first elected,one of whom, to be designated I p ....... 813p .....................\'iest Palm Beach...................... 8 8a ....... p:
t. "' by lot in such manner as they determine .. S iZp Boynton 8 &3 .
'. : \ can write, "Concluded in our next." engineers are now studying the situa- may .. .
> shall office 55a..19
1 ,. hold his for two years; .
i .. :
Mr. Hodge that his serial tion. Apparently there is plenty of water -
t S' argues another, to be designated in like manner for .. ..... ...................... .! .............. . ....... .Lv 84:ia. ......
i: I. :; will prove as entertaining as any fiction available, hence Irrigation works four years, and the third Tor six years, so that .
! m' A ; he can find and besides spreading might easily be constructed extensively one shall be elected* every two years after the BUFFET PARLOR CARS ON TRAIN 35 AND .5.
first election.
f i = the gospel will add and successfully. Personally 1
materially to thl'I
The chief
justice shall be designated by lot
:1 1' ; : t. circulation of the Weekly Independent. strongly favor the development of the by said justices, and shall be such during his BRANCH LINES SCHEDULES. iN3.

t = t" 'i His scheme has already attracted country on agricultural lines rather term of office. The first election for said i

'or -_1" .' t.i. '' much attention, and he is daily In receipt than in the direction of mining. justices for members shall of take the place legislature at the after first the election rati 571'. I i No.55 Dally I No.63 Daily I No.49 Dai y I No.47 Dally I PALATKA BRANCH. I No.Daily 46 I No.48 Daily Daily'I No.Daily 6-1 I No.Daily 58

of letters from "The soil of the Sudan is exceedingly ,
i i and '
}I' fiction of this constitution, and their term of 7 3J p 35 3 11 45 a 2 & Palatk '1 15 & t5 P p :5 p'
'? \.I J } _' others, some praising his scheme and rich and capable of producing almost office shall begin on the first Tuesday after .753p C551 16 & E.Palatka Lv 60)a 65580 1225p 5 05 p 17 05 pUni6 .

J 'l : others censuring him. anything. Cotton of an excel the first Monday in January after their election -

1 f', : In talking of his reasons for deciding lent medium grade is now being ; No.Daily' I BAN MATEO BRANCH I Daily r Daisy
.4 Upon ratification of this amendment to the

i : l t" to print the Bible :Mr. Hodge said grown, and there Is no reason why the constitution. the governor, by and with the '7 Si p 510 Lv........................East Palatkilo.\r t t' p

'a :, J' the other day to a reporter of the Chicago Sudan should not furnish large quantities consent of the senate shall appoint three 815 p r. 80 a'1 Ar .. ... ..... ....... ... ..San Mateo.. ... ....... ....... .......Lv I 1636&I.\ 823pSatu . .
: o yap Tribune more justices of the court each of '
I : for the foreign ; supreme

Y-'i; -: i ..', "Why do I publish the Bible? To and barley of the highest quality grow who .l shall have the same powers and 3' No. 21 I Daily Jo. 17 No= 5 MA.YPORT I n a'1"; 8 No. 18 No. 20 No. 21 8rtur t :. .-
t shall receive .
same compensationas & Sun. Daily! Daily Dal.y BRANCH Sun Daily Daily )11.111; St San.
_:t; the majority of the to such 'E.s: Sun 'E.It
f. persons publication freely in addition products as each of the other justices of the (.nly. I I Oll'y. .

; r of this oldest of books would seem superfluous Indigo and rubber." supreme court, and each of the justices so ap- 15 pI6UjJI45)p 2 03 p 9 3) a Lv Jacksonville A 700& 8401L 10)P 619 p 23p"2C31)

,., a senseless waste of space, jiointed shall hold. office until the first Tuesday 9631 3511'453P] : 9)8110 "SJa.ckson'lJeLv., 62&; 832alU3p 6Cp SUp
alter the first Monday of June in the year 1 3 PI 1 2! 1" 539p 340po13a: "P.ooB.'ach 62Oa 800& 323p 5 3 pan p
considering its already vast circula COATS OFF IN CHURCH. 19U5. aud may further hold office until his lJ 35 p I 7 j l' 5331 243p.1o15a! Atla.ntic Beh" 615a: 765al213p 533p 8351
\', tion. successor shall be elected and qualified, if it 13601 741 t' : 55Jp 303p31030aAr Id.yport Lv 600 Do 740a1203m( : S13p 829p

h i r: t .i "Let us consider. How many people Pastor's Plan to induce :Men to At.. shall be so provided by law For the year Dixie Flyer! Route Sleeping: Car operated oa trains 5 and 22. J JNo.

t : ,: who own Bibles, have always owned tend Services Iu Hot Weather.In 1!>05, and for the subsequent years: the legislature - 1

" .f : ? Bibles and would blush to confess to may provide by !aw for the e.ectiou of 11 SANFORD No. No. 3 No. 1 ORANGE CITY No. 2 No 4
the Presbyterian church in Hartford such number of justices of the courtas
supreme I I I I I i
i { "!;, J. the lack of one ever scan the inside of township near Sharon, Pa., the it may determine and prescribe their termsof Daily BRANCH Daily i Daily Daily] BRANCH Daily Daily

; }i : r the book? How many of this number, office. not to exceed six years; provided, '7 Oa Lv.....Tltusvilie..A 12) PI 3 C p 1010 a Lv..N. bury na..Ar 215 p e S3 II
' l t';. F E were they so Inclined, would be able, other day all the men in the congregation that the number of justice ,of the supreme 713a Lv. ..... Ilmg..Lv 107 PI; 3 43p 1121 a. , Hel n..Lv 13: V 043p
; removed their coats at the suggestion court holding office at the same time shall not 83311, Lv..Osnen.-Lv 115! a. : 4 CJ pill 39 a. Lv..Orange CIt1..Lv 12 p Utp .t
J l t V-; from their utter unfamiliarity with its of the pastor, Rev. Mr. Bailey, be less than three, aud shall not be greater 8 55 a. Lv..En&t>r rI5e..L..Y 1130 8o : i 05 P 'III h a City Jet.Lv 115 p 415 P 2
f : 9,030 A . .. ..Sm.ord ..Lv I100 a I
f & character to select
.;. a passage or section than six, aud provided that justice of thesupreme :
Press. The minister
tl.. the Philadelphia
f :, from which to read that would 'says court can by such an act of the kgisliture These Time Tallies! show the times at v.-M'h trains may be expected to arrive and depart
t. .'t then said, "Now. brethren, you I be deprived of his office curing the from the several stations but their.rival or departure at the times stated is nut guaranteed. J.
prove interesting enough to warrant a look cool, and I feel that you will more term for which he was elected. nor does: the Company hold itself responsible for any delay or any conaequeuce arising there-

c::5 . repetition of the experiment? Would fully appreciate the sermon." I Section 4 of Article V of the constitution is Iron I

!: they not lay It aside with at least arJ. hereby amended l so as to read as follows: The
{. Peninsular and Occidental Connections at Miama. 1
Rev. Mr. Bailey says the plan Steamship
mental observation that it was 'dry?' ,,i majority) of the justices of the supreme court
: have a tendency to bring more men to shall oustitute a for the transactionof
"The Bible, considered! from a stand. BETWEEN :MIAMA, KEY WEST AND HAVANA.
church. I all business. But when there shall: be six
.5 point wholly foreign to moral sentiment ----- justices of the supreme court the court may
; J Is a liberal education if read ." hear aid determine cases and exercise any of

I and studied conscientiously, or with The Wesley Bicentenary its powers when sitting either in a body or in LT. Mlama.Mors.Weds... .............1 03 p Lv. Havana, Tues Thurs ..........,....10 00* :
I Worldwide Methodism is beginningto two divisions, under such regulations as may Ar. Key V est,Tues. Thurs.............. 12 33 pAr. KpyVstTues.T"urs...........,.... 6 33p
! i !, -. j., perseverance, if you prefer. Then why of be prescribed by law or by the rules of said Lv. Key West,Tucs. Thurs.------------- 33 p Lv. Key West Tues.Thurs.............. 7C p I'
k4 : not serve it to them in modest courses interest itself in the bicentenary i c.tiirt not inconsistent: therewith. The concurrence Ar. Havana, Weds. F1s ..._ ... . ... .. 5 <0a Ar. Mmma.,\t'eda. Fns.................. 6 ha
the birth of John which event
., : .;: once a week, time enough between in of a majority of the members of the For copy of Local Time Card"D.drcs5 any Agent.J. .
t \ \ -' which to digest the contents? And will occur In June of next year, says court sitting in any cause wherein the court

: 1,,'. why not begin at the beginning? Does the London Telegraph. On the other shall sit as one body shall be uecessiry to a D. RAHNER, Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent. ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.

\ side of the Atlantic, where Methodism dl''i"janrl when any member of a divisionof :
one thoroughly understand: a question, the court shall dissent from the majority of

): a principle, a piece of mechanism, until is' remarkably strong, extensive arrangements such division! on any question, such question ATLANTIC VALDOSTAYESTERN R'Y.'

',,,, ..i.I :... he has gone to the bottom of it are being made for its due shall]; be submitted to the court sitting iu a ,
1 \ observance. No definite steps have ]body. The number of terms of the supremecourt
i find worked up, step by step, every detail I\IIJ: I'LVI.Il KOITK"
been taken the in I and the time of holding the same :shalli
yet by parent body j
f impressed his mind until.the l
upon i he regulated by law. All terms shall be held
ii whole is a part of himself? this country (England), but it is likelyto at the capital ut'the state.AKTICLE. DOUBLE. . DA.II'iY: : s RVICE.No. .
----- ---------- -
ja come before the conference, which I --- --=- .-====
M "For example, the man who
compare XX. .
2. Xo. 4. -tati"lJ No. 3.
So. I
meets soon in Manchester. It will be
'I.i .
Is to
{considered use a common
expression - -- ----
'well with Interesting to many to learn that the I That: the following amend mc'iit; to the constitution 1 2i a III 5 OII p __________ Jacksonville___-___-____ 150-- -II III --830-- --Dl-
informed' the P
collegebred of the state of Florida] he and the _____
and letters of 105'> a III 11 15 P _____: Yaldota Lv---------- 1 33 a III 500
0 journals '
WesJeyare pm1
4 ,Q. man. Not in the light of individual same K hereby agreed to, and shall be submitted 10 JI Ul a ai a m-------_--tr Macon Lv----------1153 P III 11 :g a III
I merit and worth, understand to be brought out in a new, en- t>) the electors of the state at the general 7 4a; II m 1 2v a 1Jl-\r -\tlanu: Lv---------- 830 P III 750 a.

t me, but as to thoroughness and com larged and specially edited form, under election ill l)02!) for ratification or rejection 1 flO a ill 1 UO II : --________: Chattanooga Lv------- 3 00 P m 305 .18
. the direction of the Wesleyau book- : Stetiou Sof Article Vof the -titutiou 6 4} a lU 65;) p -_________; Nashville Lv---------- 9 3a III 930
\ I prehensiveness. One has bits of in is hereby amended so as to read as follows: 12 01 II Ul 1110 P --________: Martin Lv---------- 515 a lU 3 (7 pm
r \ knowledge, gathered from many room, the near future. They will Section 8. There :shall be eight; circuit 1 21 P Dl 652 a .__________ fit. Louis --________ 13 P III 836 pili
a m
be a suitable memorial to the famous who shall be
judges appointed by the
sources, good and substantial of its go'ernor. -
i to. : 1050 a m\r ('hicago Lv----------
who and l CIlIlI1I'UI'Ihy\ the eiiite, and who 610 p m
\ evangelist nearly 200 :
years ago
f r kind, but disconnected, jumbled and first shill: hold l their office for six Years. 12 19 p m 2 30 a in-----------r Louisville Lv---------- 3'00 a D1 -2'35'p1 tmt '
# 1 !,r, Incomplete. The college man or the saw the light at Epworth rectory.Told The state: :shall be divided; by the legislature :; - Li; p m 7 20 a Dl\r Cincinnati Lv----------H 15 p m U 00 aID ;

--V lf :\" college education typifies the system, at its l tint regular session after the adop 9 15 a 1ll.__._ -----r ('bi-ago Lv----------. 700 p III_ .
of Eo huHl'I. New Premier. tion of this section into --- - -- '; -- ---' - cir
I beginning at the beginning. :
1' ,'nits. and one-judge shall be Xo. 4-Dixie Flyer-carrie.-, Pullman Drawing noon Buffet Sleeping Cars
\ A: few years ago Mr. Arthur J. Balfour aviigued to each Jacksonville
\ "I believe the Bible serial
as a my circuit Such judge shall hold! at !least two to St. Louis:Jsrkvtiivillr to Chilis" without change, making direct connection at Nash
+' t paper will prove as interesting and entertaining who has just siurocded to the t" Tiu of his court iu each county within his ville with shvpius cars for LouisvilkCinrinnati and Chicago. Only stops at following A.,

. ',... / l'could use. While I *p not by that retirement of his uncle Lord Sails places a>. shall be prescribed by law, and may Baron ,
had hold special terms \o. 2-Day Expn' ,-.tojr. at all .\.. V. A W. local stations Makes direct
bury, some of his connections
;; ; statement imply that :---f readers are prominent supporters The governor may, in his discretion, ordera for all pulnt4e.t and !n, tu\\iit. both t ia'C: unlok- and \1u,oii.

f -, ,' r f3 more in' the dark crE-e Bible than from his :Scotch: constituencyas te ijM>niry exchange: of circuits by the respective ('oilled'u": made!ksoiiMlli- \\ ith :Il1l1ol"thhollllll train of the S. .\. L and F. E. ('.

t r. '\ i' other sections or timpani making a guests at a politi! ill banquet iu Lon judges or order any judge: to hold r.iilw.i.v-
i i: ii I\IMS.! : :
; t".. strenuous effort to bring a colony oft dor-.h.- they should enjoy one or more te-rmsor part or part of any term x.I'.I'HKETr., 1 I( !
f. them-sf iu auv other circuit than that to which he isivi'tiod. ( ;' n. tie; 't. ; .
,:'i-. ' heathen into the lidit. I believe the 'wmo-it: lie directedthat The judge shall reside ill the CM-
If< .' majority of those who elic\"e. t>- _. tU_ /t supplied with the .grit of which he is judge. "
r- : :_ 4 have read the book will fii iisitI iq J 'n<'St of ':i.2iitagne. In the course This section shall not be operative until! the ; -, ':.

' t tf tin evening h'i i-;* ll l thorn and !legislature shall have divided this state into
thing new and of interest i; ,
"t. .. eight cl;:':uits, as hereinbefore pru\" ll.,1 l for
' ;: ':. stallmeiit of the story. .,-, T{)1 sipped that they were \IiE\\sern'll. amid j the ; '\" circuit.judges holding office at 'VI Ctlft
r ;
F'{" "There are, nside'from 1',s I' hOLf f"Weel," was the iv "
<' .. or claim to be Bible stud: eyf ]Hfood we ha' no call t,; :ull111Iain. but jurisdiction over their several existing
: } . ) lru''t toh we maun were a bit feezed o' circuits as constituted at the tune of such
, id class of readers newspaheia -( say LOADED SHOTGUN
division until thejudge of the additional < iriiit SHELLS
readers:;, who are Indifferent'8 these uieeneral waters ew York
h shall have qualified. The circuit ju :# ble and some who condemn i "evert'1t Times. holding office lit the time of such division shall "New Rival" "Leader" "Repeater"

J.a severally continue in office until the .
clls-me < \tnutioii -
much trial. To this
so as a : -
: "TI rvt 'ir r'i'JTr
> >L"ryfufrrtfLfj.TmriiVttinif
>tiriJ>j'rniu-f rtiv>jitJu---
of their then existing: term of office. ,
I Bible, an equal associate of the good, Device to 'll&kl"nr RIoodlexs. as .d
of the circuits
judge iii
; respectively which, for
bad and indifferent of general newspaper Bloodless yet decisive battles are under such divisiou. the county of his residence mF you are looking reliable shotgun ammunition -

i" ; I matter, will take on anothercomplexion rendered possible by hypOM-'ope.. an may be included: anl a judge for the i I the kind that shoots where

: become sufficiently world- invention of a clergyman; which was additional circuit shall be appointed for a 3 I you

, '( ': Ijas it were, to attract them. exhibited at the national rifle meeting cm term'ui equal*judges to the upon ullexpirl.tI such division term being of the made.other I 111- point: your gun,, buy Winchester Factory

: A.I, 1' "We shall see :after the first number at Piifcley, writes the London correspondent The salary of each circuit judge shall he two 1 Loaded Shotgun Shells: "New Rival loaded with

j I \1. E.\ \ whether or not 1 have figured correct- of the New York World. By thousand seven hundred and fifty dollars. '

: .g i and i'vh\ tto To be sure, there is no criterion an arrangement of a mirror in a vertical The amendments votesast in compliance and the with canvass.saul de proposed ] e.laratious - I J, Black powder; "Leader" and "Repeater," loaded ;

teal the best of my knowledge the Inde'eudent tube a marksman completely and return thermit'shall: be subject F.,_ rith Sir.eVeless.I Insi* .

A P)( Th r will be the first newspaper in under cover can bight an opponent M the same regulations: and restrictiorisaa are ,, upOP.avm<1 Winchsstvr ..

)T acts P. e history of the world to attempt the : who is also in cover, and take accurate state!io\Ik'd;of! Florida by law]: for general elections m the Factory Loaded Shells, and accept no others. I

fJ work, and a respectful 'stand aside' I aim at him. The inventor made r
Iu whereof. I have .
testimony hereunto set ALL DEALERS KEEP '
policy on the part of my brothers in some capital shooting under these! con my hand and affixed the !ir
5 Ii the profession will be becoming at ditions. His idea is that armies oi Hirula at Falhib::.,,si e. the capital, !!& '#

0. least until the result is discernible" equipped with his dt'would shoot this the first day of August A. I) 19'KJ -- ---
[Sl'll; H. C'L.VY CRAW FII RD.
at hyoscopes instead of at the heads, Secretary of State. DR.MOFPETT'S Carts Cbofera-Infanfum-

& the soldier being considered dead when To Joseph P. Brown Sheriff Brevard county a '
AUTO IN THE DESERT.Sir -- Diarrho t&Dysenttry.nd \
his hyposcope is broken. -- L the Bowel Troubles of

Rudolf Slatiu Tells of Their Vul- l+flu Children of AnI Age.
Civilizing Young Qnalls. CASTOR : ? Aids Digestion, egulatei
'ue III" Developing the Sudan. TEETHIPIG-POWDBh.3)i )
Miss Hattie Williams the Bowels
G of Central Village upW Strengthens

Sir Rudolf Slatin, on his way from Conn., has twelve young quails For Infants-aid Children. Costs Oily 25 cents at Druggists, the Child and Makes tTEETttlNG t-
Cairo to London recently, passed "
which she is training to be domestic The Kind You Have Always : 's J.:' Or mill 25 ceiU to C. J. MOFFETT. M. EASY.
i through Vienna and wa there interviewed DMATLAS.TA ST. LOUIS, M0.
says the New York World. She has
s on the prospects in Sudan, says W* hare bandied Dr. MoOMt'i' TEETHISA (Teething! Powders) ever since Ga., Nof. 19 190X I
f ita
them already so they will come at her .nl trade tottatnduton to the
theSignature : bOO
ai a propnet&rll1lediclD8, tad ear tries la it has iteadJ ly increased p I
'he said is ,,
York Times. What to
the New fear
1o : BOW amount)two or urea hundred ,"hJch rear' v** *our order '
r> call and them gross per year e1lltloa
anticipates teaching 5fi ;:eVhltn.-a.: jti menuoa th
of &I giring&0 the mo&hen of the ,for *satisfaction It
commented on at length by the semiof- country they say nothi etfoctua:! '"' he
some tricks. I I Lot Ilia or onrcoma&II aIck11 tbs k9l1bltl bcdu& qtr efliCti of the li mmU'.
Austrian particularly the "=. U'" A. ''clai'StSes
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THE'PRESIDENT' fnl exploits was soon' given an'important Morris counties. One dog died at Mor-

. place on De Wefs staff. He ristown, and he secured '
a cat to
take ;'1j"'. :: -- :' ': ,' :. ,' . ': .
played a conspicuous and telling'Part Its place. The time limit was fixed at - - : ,'.' -, ","

A CRACK SHOT in all the battles during the early part thirty days from July 22, but this has V V V V .
} TDefeats of the Boer war and,finally became'sa been extended. If Defghan wins the ;; V '%' ,'1A

4 great a terror ,to the British forces thata wager he will receive $700.

Boer Officer With a price of {500 was put on his bead,
and he 'was' sent by the Boers .to the English Train's Quick Run.

Revolver at Fifty Yards. United States. For more than a year be Tire London Times says that the

traveled through the United States lecturing other night'all previous records In

t ,on the South African situation.He traveling between Birmingham and

rIVE BULLETS IN THE,SAME HOLI Is a typical Boer-tall, swarthy, London were broken by a train on the

t athletic with all the polish of an Eng London and Northwestern railway.The ,

lish: ;gentleman. He is fond of outdoor train consisting of five large The
Commandant Snyraan Say He Doer did Kind You Have Always Bought, and which bas been
life and still insists that he can defeat bogie carriages the distance, 113
f: Kot Believe There Is* a' :Man In,AU the presides: in shooting from horse miles. In 115 minutes five minutes in use for over 30 years, has borne the signature of

Africa That Can Shoot With the .back. No doubt the president will give within the schedule time. This was A and has been made under his>personal -

Chief Execntl'e-With Rifles Too him the chance to win that triumph. in spite of three slight checks causedby # :: supervision since its infancy V ,

A VUiting Doer Was Beaten. While the president did not show any the heavy holiday traffic. Allow no one to deceive you in this.

t feeling of exultation over his achievement All Counterfeits Imitations and
: "Just-as-good" but
President Roosevelt has beaten the Sew Way to Manufacture Marble. !
and did not know whether or not Experiments that trifle 'With and
endanger the health of
Dutch. That is
to say he defeated a he had broken a record. Archie felt A new process for the manufacture Infants
Boer artificial marble has and Children-Experience against Experiment.
officer at 4if been
: target practice the other very much chagrined because both his patented

mornfng, making a remarkable record father and himself did not defeat the fn Berlin. Asbestus. dyeing materials,
with a .32' calibre Boer shellac and ashes are 'pounded Into a What
revolver at fiftyyards soldier but Archie's record was is CASTORiA ;
stiff mass and then subjected to high
third. '
,. says a dispatch irom Oyster .

Bay N. Y., to the New York Herald. Records with the pistol furnish no pressure. The product is surprisingly Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Paregoric
and tough, not brittle, is very easy
.::'. He drove five bullets, one after the adequate comparison with the remarkable ily worked by means of tools can be Drops ami Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant
performance of President Iloose-
r/-,. other through the hole made by the velt. Nowhere Is it recorded that a given a fine polish and 'In appearance contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic

k\;: first In the center of the bullseye. marksman placed five consecutive bullets cannot be distinguished from genuine substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms

tr:3 :: No such shooting has ever been done marble. and allays Feverishness.
<... in the same hole within a bulls- cures Diarrhoea and Wind

.. before around Oyster Bay, and Commandant eys. Difference in the caliber of weapons A Phygiciaa Ilcaled. Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipationand

, ' W. D. Snyman, an officer onGenera1 used also makes comparison im Flatulency. It assimilates 'the Food, regulates the '
Dr. Geo.
:, De Wet's staff, declares he possible. Those records Ewing, a practising physicianof Stomach and
nearest the Bowels
Smith's Grove giving healthy aud natural
it". Ky., for o\'er thirty sleep.
never saw such skill in South Africa. president's are as follows five The
.: pointsfor years, writes his personal fxperiem-e with Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend
: The match was between the president, bullseyes
/' Foley's Kidney Cure: "For years I had
..: his sou Archie, Commandant Snyman, Seventy-nine out of 85; points possible keen greatly bothered with kidney fond CEHUIHE
b Jout-fi-t. son of former secretary of -Walter Wiuans, 20 and 50 yards, bladder trouble and enlarged prostate CASTORIA ALWAYS

:.: state of the Orange Free State, and seven shots at each distance American uland. I used everything known to the

r.:_ Mr. Chanler. President Ilooievelt recently revolver and ammunition; caliber profession without relief, until I commenced Bears the Signature of

"j. ,. received a new revolver as a not given; at Uuunyrnede. England. to use Foley's Kidney Cure:
".,:,.: gift from a friend in Germany; and Sept. 22, 1S9G. After taking three bottles I wa entirely
relieved !
:; said he would like to try it. One hundred out of 100 points pos daily in cured. I presiribe it now'
my practice and heartily
recommend -
: J, Commandant Snyman, who Is celebrated sible-C. II. Taylor, ten Consecutive its use to all physicians: for such

r'' all through South Africa as a shots within a circle 3'/j| inches in diameter troubles. I have prescribed! it in hun-

f';, C1'clshot, proposed a match. The 522 yards; caliber of revolver iJred of cases with perfect sui-cess." Sold ,

Y.- ". president was quite ready. So a new not given; at Philadelphia Nov. 8.1SOS. by Wilson & Son.

"?. target with a three Inch black bulls- Tie KM You Have
'' eye was produced and set up In a One hundred and twenty-five out of Novelties In Gifts. Bought

1'- field back of the president's house. 12;:) points possible-C. S. Iiichmond. Many pretty novelties in gifts are on

|; Fifty yards were measured off and army revolver, .44 caliber:: 23;: shots at exhibition in the jewelers shops in In Use For Over SO Years.

the president took the first shot. The 50 yards; at Savannah. Ga., July S. preparation for the fall trade, says the THC U
f'-j, -bullet.....__,L.struck., the bullseye almost ex 1S09. New York Evening; Journal. Siher[! .:.o >_,_:;g" :'. : : ,_ ;_.......". COMPANY..: TT'wJo MURRASTREET.._ NEW VC3 CITY.
HClIr 111 rue center I and cut glass articles are shown in the 1
"Bully shot!" shouted Commandant THE LATEST IN HYGIENE. .
greatest variety. An odd piece is amacul'oni .
'. Bnymau. "But an accIdent I do belleve server. It looks like an ice -
., ," he added jestingly to the president Gerniproof House Uncomfortable. ream (carver except that the tildes
hut Impervious to Disease.A .
are saullKe. An olin spoon is shown Tbe
"Let fermproof; house, according to the Seaboard Air-Line
me see If 1 can't give-you ;
another with a handle a foot long and the bow 1 Railway
accident nearly as good" said London Chronicle is the latest atltJitionto perforated and gold lined. An attractive
the the hygienic terrors of }life. It is
raising the pistol. CrackIt
gift is a silver bread or toast fork
went again, and when Commandant not yet actually in existence, but med, having three wide prongs.: The handle) CA.PITAL CITY IR.OTJTE.
Snyman and the others cal congresses are busily and ever
saw that the is either plain or elaborately chased.
second bullet had penetrated the hole hopefully paving the way for its ad
Crystal liqueur glasses are shown v.'ith
made by the first one their faces became vent. When it arrives and we are all 1 tiny holders of silver and gold filigree The Shortest Route. The Best Line.
thoroughly scientific and uncomfortable

very stern. The president smiled.
"Bully good gun!" he exclaimed and our homes will be single :,storied "Mitk to It." ,

took aim for the third shot. That, too, without stairs built on gravel soil, ieo.; L. Heard, of Hiirh Tower, (ia., DOUBLE DAILY SERVICEIncluding
followed the other shots destitute of cellars, with11 concrete and write "El' broke
two so accurately : /.ema out nn my babyr ,
that only the one hole, a trifle blocks of earthenware "pierced fo covering his entire hotly, Under treat Sundays.TO

enlarged and tagged yet appeared in ventilation" placed under the doorand mei.t of onr family pliy:"inan begot worse,

the lmlleye. The men standing about the ordinary bricks "will be superseded .\< he l'oulllwt sleep for the burning; an li 1 -
him were surprised, but the president by glazed and tightly fitting hj- itl't.iug. \\'e used a box of .1 Panneralveun : '
gienic bricks." : him, and by the time it was! !gone heva Savannah Columbia Southern Pines
continued to talk about what a "bully well. The doctor ,
\ verist it
The roof will bo tiled, not Mated and j : wai cut'ingil ,.
L good! gun" It was and fired twice
more. ; lIl said: Stick to it, fur it is All tire shots struck so nearly in the the windows will reach fuuu top t I more srood than anything I h t't"Iolle Richmond, Washington Baltimore
., same hole that it looked as though but bottom of the walls. The dining} table! fi.r him.' Sold by Wilton Son. ,

one bullet, a large and jagged one, will be of polished mahogany, the \
t '- I had penetrated the bullseye. When chairs cushioiilcts or stuffed with medicated \Voiucii WantiM In South ,Vfrira.The Philadelphia, New York,

.. & the last of the five shots had been tired, woul. The walls ought to be L lack of British women-in South: .

;; the president handed the pistol to Commandant made of cement that takes a high polish 1- .\fricn is one ot the most serious factswith : Through Pullman S1copors. ..
can be stained to color and I which
any the statesman has to
and grapple
said [
"Now, Snjuuu, you try it. There's washed frequently. Curtains and draperies , says the London Mail. It is vital On1Line. Operating Through Pullman Car :Service Jacksonville ,
of all lends will[ be abolishedpictures that a caiefnlly directed to New Orleans
; emigration of
a good hiring for you, but a Boer ought For further uifuriirttion.: write l'

F to ln'nt it." will be )permitted only when v-inien from England should be organ E. L. 1n- l'H. tmi. !'s.-,. Asint. \. O. IJOXELL, Asst. ('1'11.1':1...... \gnit, \
i let into the cement wall; for artistictouches tzrd i by the state. A writer in theJuarorly Portsmouth.
the : Jal'k '
Hesitatingly took ->t.>IIvillc, FU ''
t the pistol and stretching: himself on we shall be depending on: ( Ueview reckons! that C.IHH-; JA:,;. M. CAUU: \c-l'n"idcllt and i (i<' "plants of the India rubber and British \
eucalyptus women are needed a \ear to
the blazed lie missed
v grass' away. -
f r- the bullseye by about half an, inch. tji ." In no room will[ theree !meet the emergency, and this is a total! r:.......""" "'':' 13L. .
corners to harbor dust and hartcria.aud which it should not be difficult to till id
"I'll make it the second time, he
the skh'tingwill always curve into in England, where I
said and again tired. But again he we a vex y FOR ,
the hardwood parquet} tloors instead large excess of omen, Richmond i
; missed the Lulls 'yc. Washington Baltimore
of striking them at right unh's.A ,
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"That's enough." he said, getting up a ; -I I Ph'l'dr.lphia Boston Atlanta
. and the back IMVOSSn6lE! ) .4th..le
handing pistol to
NOISELESS AUTOMOBILE.ileiirj happing ChattanoogaSt. Louisville
the of 1 I '
prt'sitlt'nt.hi can shout on the veldt Cincinnati \
motherhood" sayS the doctor. Kansas CityPittsburg
4 Mr. President as well as any man in Nyberg of it'lw"ha, AVi.. times he qualifies the st.- Somt-I I I Detroit ClevelandChicago 3 .
South Africa, but I djn't believe there'sa
ClsiuiN to IIa\e u\tfiitetl !Out says : "Impossible without an operas I I11AC etc. e t
m man in all Africa can shoot with! Henry Nyberg of Keuosha Wis.. has n." Yet both these mpo65 b1es" w_., O? "' -'-

you." been granted )patents ou parts for the have been made possibles by the i I i ,T i ,S .
't's a Boer's luck the same: old fate construction of automobiles which it: i is of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre Zhe 'H/

of Uet'eat over again" said Mr. Iteitz, said: will be a great addition to th: scription. Many times thee '1 ',; -"*>
hindrances .t
to mothera.t"
' pulling his haul on Sujiuan'b shoul, automobile makers! of the United ; 'il \ '.elS \-'J" ..)
hood are to be found in ''
der. The }president smiled{ and taking States says the Cincinnati[ latluireybet r >
womanly or , J'
t r the commandant! by the hand, shook l it \ :; has for years labored to solve weaknesses, whichare OU} nlft It 41lV A\' : '.. .

heartily and said: the problem of making an automobile perfectly and

"Well commandant, jou'\e been which could he operated without the; permanentlycured ..j'N., '.

beaten "by a Dutchman. and that Isn'tso noise which usually attends the operating vorite by Pre-"Pa. ROUTE OF THE C\iJa" .l1'r'hf INS :

bad. of such macmiies.
scrintion"This n rl't'elThe \s ",
All laughed at the president's ready The machine which has just been Southern'&i'un.ire Limited

y S ju11e.r paten.ed has for its motive power he great tOile ent I I r,

This ended! the pistol shooting, and claims a perfectly silent eng.ue.; all merit C The Washington,. carnpus mond and ; >1 1

then it was suggested that they havea the nohe from the exhaust having ggp'j orir I Florida lrt' ited '

match with ritic-s.[ Archie ran to the been carried away with a series of :'n 'i i

house for his fathers Kra -J orgensen. luulllers The machine of Njbeig has
and 100 Jll'llsH're paced off from the one other point .of great value, indent regularityand driesdeb'Htating \- \

; i. target. With the nile the president that one is a flexible a.lthe pa: 'j TO THE EAST.'t;

V was given the first shot and made a for which was granted the other dt drains. It healsintLitnmatiou j
: .Vne \ \ i The Chicago and
: Commandant Snymanfired .k } Florida Special
bullseye. Then This point he claims removes > ; a:!d ,vv pro-

fi and made the first ring outside of the most serious objections to the r t L ulceration andcures The Florida Limited ,"ta sideguuie -" .

the bullseye. The second shot the president manufacturer of the automobile. In female weak I votes ...\ h.,ITO

' ., made a second bulkeye, but not making these inihtvvemt'utsvbe r' ness. It makes weak 1 THE NORTH AND WEST. te box for a
women and sick t
so good a shot as the first one. Ten says he has lost none of the speed womenVeIl.strong. of these five. ;
shots by each were fired with the rifle, requisite for his machine and It is V

cg, and out of the ten the president madeseven Claimed that the machine will easily to"I hundreds wish to of add others my tesUmoty ab to the I Pullman Sleeping Car Line Jacksonville to Cincinnati, *Ia '\sed by the .

; = bullseyes. None of the other make twenty-five miles an hour over value 'jfl>r, PRrcc'smediants: ,. I Asheville, through "The Land of the Sky. 'tee. There
writes Mrs Ida M. De Ford, of Latotia. Hublard i.I
contestants made a bullseje witheither country roads. Co., Minn. "Ha\e doctored with a .great menyphv Through trains via The Southern Railway are operated in than was .
r pistol or rifle. Commandant cian,;-some specialists; have twice tIn c Strange Wuger.Teter a hospital for treatroeut M*' case has -eunot .
Train pi nx on Pullman
Snyman's score was next to the presi regarded as a hopeless one, and they knew Sleeping Cars and Hotel Dining Carson all through '<:
Helleulle N. I
:. dent's but still far behind it. Deighan of J1C what the trouble wa Heart was bad ; stomach trainsAsk ,!
R has started on a tramp through all out of order, tired out severe pains in all I I .lected
Commandant Snyman has been a parts of the body ; sinking spells aDd nearly for Tickets via Southern Railway. alit exec'J f
of New Jersey on a peculiarwagcr. Correspondence Solicited
friend of PresidentItooseelt counties every ailment a woman could have, I took
warm personal says a Midillctowu (\. J.) dis many a bottle of patent medicines' without V V- '" s a;
t since he came to the United effect I began taking Dr. Pierce's Favorite Preecriptioo. i r 1 ij
t The patch to the New York Herald, Dei- and ten months afterward I gave i
States more than a year ago. ghan must not ask for food, clothing; or birth to a ten-pouod boy. Alt /.hSJc&a1lJ bad H. F. CAREY, FU. Past Agt, 103 V. BAT St., Jacksonville, FU.HARDVICK .
commandant is now 'practically an tinted tu Jail that I sever toufd ) ar a cAi rd- i. "tints.Sa
Africa. lie was formerly anything for his bodily comfort. He Both the baby and myself were Uro.g. and Igot 1L Jd, Florida
exile from South V. H TAYLOE
can receive gifts and must do any work along ipkudidly-ihank to your med[cwe.' ,
in the
''J a Free member State of and congress a wealthy asked without asking compensation.He The Common Sense Medical Adviser General Puctflgcf Af cat, A't Gcn'1 Put Ata"VI ,

Orange took with him two dogs and twoifUkittens 1008 large pages, in paper covers, is sent =toa. D. C AtUnt, Ot. '
farmer. which be must carry with him free on receipt of Ji one-cent stamp to
Ja..a" 1
When the South .'., V war brc' - .to J}p baa. gone through yes nee of mailing only. AddreaR $. 19O9. -

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III I V:', ;! ':?_ t ,..'. rAt:: '_ ..... COCOA BUSINESS DIREmORY.t. : town on Saturday. He invested in a -'I EAST COAST MEAT MARKET. '\,
1 are"wondering whichone :
large trunk and we
J i i, :;:; ." WILLIAM HINDLK-UndertakerandEm- G..f. DUREN Agent,
hi< ill <1-: ; ,( .' balmer Bicycles and Sewing Machine supplies is to accompany him on the wedding
1 ;) : :' ,Tinning and Pipe Fitting, Repairing trip.
r' of Every Description. Agent for Beveridge +
' t t-i-, !i. If the in the last month's
p ,: ", Steam Cooker, .
: ;:: "" Florida
.-: ,J .r \. statements from Sander's store is a little .
j"+ :, .:.). t \ if ' FEANK LIP-Practical Shoemaker. Forty off, 31r.-Paterson says it isn't his fault
'.' all kind of repairing and
.1 ; ;[ years ;
; :; "'! t :(. done, nice and cheap;also ladies'and men's He can spell, bat the new typewriting
t t t' \\Vestern
r., .-' '" 1.f ,: ". shoesma.detoorderL machine will not. For instance, bouxx-
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'41,1 1 "' < GO TO J. 11. SANDERS, The Old Reliable ter means butter, etc. y Meats

If-;' :; i.; { 't<, Store for good, fresh and reliable goods Our junior talent will give a minstrel
i .f .1 1 -, f' such as Dry Goods, Saddlery, Crockery, 1st, under
entertainment September
: : on c of allKinds.
,4 .1. .' Hats,Trunks and a full line, of Groceries.JAEVIS .
;_.f ; ;4..1 -., ,i;.!. the direction of Mr. Fred Church. Those :
'1"S l,. f: ;?;j ,t:: -..,'- HOUSE-Open all the year round. who will take part are: Roy Trafford, .
o !Ft ,; ma y._ ':i>" Pleasant location facing the river on river John Paterson, Kelly Hooks, Harry and
terms by
Rates day,special
front. $2.00
( r I -". :: 'ff. r Alfred White. Mr. Church took a prom r
.1 the week or
t ,i r. 'a. inent part in several benefits given here !

I 1')' S: f i. .' INDIANfIlER_ R1 m8, several years- ago.ROCK LEDGE. Titusville, Florida. ,

eo 00o a o 'o a :
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"&' -1.- ? Personal and Newsy BrtefeI A son made his advent in the family of
Para-raphs 0 Y
q t: Mr. and Mrs. John Coward the early I 0 0c
{ r at Towns Along the Coast. i
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; ;' Miss Harriet one :
.I. (1:j' 7i f;" f y'' School will open the middle of Septem popular belles, is visiting Miss Vera Hibbs rt/k'\\; i

.'. t. ....:." &:." ber.t this week. .,
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:.;'. 'i ; : r Mr. O. K. Wood, Stuart,arrived here Mrs. Annie Abney, of City Point, and :

,:, ;_. I,,' Miss Henrietta Abney, her guest:; from
f' ; .0$. Friday.
in Cocoa and V/1NE3j.UQUO/
I.eesbnrgere shopping
J _;r f" Fresh fruits are plentiful at present in calling in Rockiedge on Tuesday.

.' our markets.Mr. .
'" Porcher was at home for.a day or Rev. Garrett Van Houte spent several :\ I
; days in Rocbledge and vicinity the past ; :Itt CoP r
.4 J+ =,- ,s two this week. week, matters concerning his church + '

t.. Cocoa seems to be a busy town. Carpenters work here demanding his attention.The r ''r 1I
all at work. (( ) d I.a; n
a : wild grape crop this year is im
i', : The engine for Mr. Jalma Lapham's mense. Vines that cover the fence on
: .. launch came Tuesday. either side of the road to the railroad station open up one of my bottles or'
t. .}; ,j., r't Mrs. Whitaker has been ill for several hang heavy with fine bunches. ,
and drink to the health and of
; prosperity
': but is improving. Jelly made from these grapes is not to be
;.. : days, friends and self. These: goods are pure and
\ : club will have another excelled.Mr. wholesome. Unexcelled for richness,strength
J ff The dramatic ;
.. flavor. for health and
t play in the near future. and Mrs. M. C. Salmon of South ) and Right hospitality. fI

r-- family Rockledge, are occupying rooms at I R. Hi. Motlcxw,
Mr. J. F. Mitchell has moved tiffs
White's Cottage at present, and Mr. S. I
into the Sloane house.
: : has resumed work with Mr. White upon _
Mr. Moore has moved his family to the the new cottage, which is nearing com- -- j!

vacant house near the station. pletion.
& Son
I r Miss Ethel Wayt is visiting Miss Alleine Fred Aldrich and Walter Slate are
e .Y f.', r.. Wilson, in Rockledge. painting the new store this week, and the

< !:, f. The road from the town's north limit carpenters are putting on their finishing; . .
: certainly needs some repairs. touches. So in a short time the mercan-
'i tile business of George X. Hatch will be
Mrs. Brown from Melbourne, is here
settled in home of its
a own. ARE
t having some dental work done. .
Leland Hatch broke one of the bones of
'' 1 Titusville, was in town ,
Major Taylor,
_, his right wrist Friday morning. Dr.
; this week selling fire extinguishers. Hughlett set the broken parts, and the I Stoves...

4 ,l s A handsome gocart came in this week arm will soon be in its normal condition.The Paints Oils
r for little Abbie Elizabeth' fracture was brought about by the ,

1 j Dr. Frederich and Messrs. Tuttle, Provost usual method-fall from a tree. -

1 < and Taylor were in Cocoa this week. Mrs. Will Dyer and four children, of 1 AR.E.

2t o 1 Miss Hattie Bower, of Georgiana, is the Stuart, are spending a iponth or so with prices. {'

: \' guest of Miss Vera Hibbs, of Rockledge.Mr. :Mrs. Kate Brown, at City Point. Mrs. FLORIDA. I
+ Dyer was once numbered among Bre- 212.
of Kissimmee, has opened
Douglass, vard's school teachers, and friends along
blacksmith shop at Demro's old stand. I
a this part of the river are pleased to meet C S. SCHUVLEB, S.uIDlcr 1
; Mr. and Mrs. Hindle are comfortably her again. W.S. JJKAKN1NU, Ast. Carhirr '

located in the house in front of Mrs. Hill's
i "
(; The intense activity among insect life I
.k store. STATE BANK.
r, a "t, these long August days serves us, per-
4' f' l"'i Some interest in the election for railroad haps(?), as a safety valve against indolence -\ 't''I'

4 ., commissioner was manifested here and its resulting sins. It has been .

; Tuesday. said, "There's no evil without some com-

." \. t The Saturday afternoon dancing club pensating good," so let's view the situation I

I had an attendance of over 40 last Saturday from this standpoint and be happy. ---.J "I"'V
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1 Attendance at church Sunday: was as:! .. A.. .
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,1 I Mr. and Mrs. Powers occupy the rooms good as usual, in spite of the warmth of ;

I above the !store, corner of Delanoy and the morning and prevalence of mosqui .

,t" l c Harrison streets :toes. Among those present: from a distance -

i Mr. and Mrs. Ensminger, of Rollins : were Mr. Moore and two daughters,
c inter from :Merritt :Miss Bower, from ieorgi--
s i :: college, were here this week in the ;
t est of the college. ana; )lr. Humphreys, from Indianola, -
4 and a quartetteof young men from Cocoa. u f
the intermediate teacher
l p ; The sermon, which was from the text 'r
next term at this place, visited .
for the ,
F "We would see Jesu*, was clear and
this week. yAs
Miss Carter
strong, and was listened to with close at
/ Miss Mary Whitfield, A. L. Bruner and tention. '

; and Walter Linderberg, of Georgiana, -- --------- .
KAU GALL1K.: r. -1 1t
were in town Thursday. f
1 !
) \ . Mr. Porrher is home from Jacksonville Ernest Taylor will go on a vacation f ,ta. .

1 y\. t'" I, for a short stay. His family will stay at shortly.Dr. FLORIDA. If

t f1 }t Sea Breeze until school opens. and Mrs. Peek were in ran Gallieon ,
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t' I '. (' Miss Amy Kitching is visiting with Monday.

7 t ;\ \\\ Mrs. Bliss, while Trixie Kitching went to G. F. Paddison's large lighter is now in : BRO., i

Jacksonville to meet Mrs. Jarvis. the waters of Indian river and ready for :; :; I

; r t \' Col. and Mrs. E. f. Wade are now business. : AND ALL FOOD PRODUCTS. I

: r'-.J :1 y..'.t ',; pleasantly located in: Washington, I). C., Capt. Lynch has had the schooner Cyg- for Mapes' Fertilizers. We deal! exclusively J

t..i .--1': S "tt.\ Col. Wade being l'1itl'd:r in business nus hauled out on Hodgson's, ways, andis I !: \\. of all euitouiners. Write 11.1 for prices on '

i:, i, C there. having heroiiti&tluled' : mid painted.Mr. : : E. L. 1UJADV A BIJo., Tru>MLLfc. FLA

: 'Dr. Hughk'tt! was called in to see Col. and. ff. K. Watts returned :

a betze, who has been confined to his i room from a vacation on Tuesday, many of I :

t i.. :. I r since the attack of vertigo he Ir t,, 'I Itl. their friends meeting them on their ar- : & SUPPLY COil
.> ,
f weeks ago. ,,1., "' Il I tt ,rival. : -w-

f ,t = d Mrs. U. Holmes ai.d )..' visit 'J Mr. and Mrs. Henry!>t';T. Hodgson are -
.... ,) .\lr (? LLII:, TLA.
-' I are now in Brooklyn, N"Holmes Tl'( cosily settled at the LodYj. during the absence -
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L soon tired of t>achV hotf of Miss A. Florence Hodgson, whois Ciullie and Toil Pic IT C.
,{ _.': r _: boarding. T e\.f Ir. in Olean N. Y. I

; Dr. J. 0. Scofield is now hull is f't., The Democratic primary election came I ;: ;: AND BUILDERS' HARDWARE
"' C Tenu., the guest: of Prof. W. . tt, off here without any excitement on Tues
... 1- .'Y.; who has charge of the Y. M. C. A. branch day The clerk and inspectors: found the (.E ":I\L OFFIti;.

i in that city. day rather monotonous.Mr. ---- --- '
j!" ; ( The little folks were out in full force to I. U. Gilbert gave: a card party in i : : : :

rf help Miss Ethel! Gore celebrate her birth- honor of the new bride and groom, Mr.

', day. She; was two years old on the 7th, and Mrs. II. U. lIoJ_ffin. The evening; Merchandise
and had a big party. was a great success. Ices, cake, etc., were : I
eat.. -' ,
i I \ Mr. John P. Knight received a telegram served about 11 p. in. - ----
; A. 1
d t
( i f' /Or.)1. E. \ Thursday saying that their baby A very enjoyable dance was given at I :: -ROCKLEDGE_ n 'FLA.

\1' \ fig I aDd M \.
r I1c8J ):1- ) relatives there. Music by )lesrs.Idlillan; and Hopkins. I: : It t

I .A pi J T6 Mr. and Mrs. H. Shultz (formerly Mrs. Steady Habits ,

\.P' Sherlock, of Oceanus) were in town last .
smoke, -* *
1 or -
up or cause you
pj21J' week looking after seines and the fishing ; lamp that looks good when
r outfit. They go to the lower river. ; the lamp that you never wilt
i have it ; that's
b i ., .
It Diamonds are getting very plentiful in LOSINGFLESH : I Rochester.

this neck of the woods. A. Zach Dixon I I
fine bunch of them on the road. you as"just as good**, ---
in summer can be prevented I but for all around eood.
proving property owner can have few Rochester To make
By by taking i -
I I is genuine, look for the name ? )
them. ; (300 Varieties) f
Scott's EmulsionIts / 5
Mrs. Heaton leaves today (Friday) for :) : 1lado Ne'sv. ,
extended visit to Geneva, Fla. On as beneficial in summer as I want No matter whether you ;
an an old
n one repaired or refin.
In winter. If you are weak or
will their own
her returns;she occupy I make of lamp transform. - -
run down it will build you up. a can do it. Let
which will be thoroughly renovated
house,- Send for free sample. subject. I IAl
i inside and out. SCOTT& BOW cE. Chemists, the treatment of diseases o
1 409-415 Pearl Street?, New York. 'tlon FRED
John M, Frey, superintendent of the 500.and|i.oo; all druggists. ,, '
\ do I1 Travis grove," Bonaventure.# was in .. -r I 'I anL St, 1f ''' y St., etr T rk.

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