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 29, 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: VID00641
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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: ; ?, 6 .. THE FLORIDA STAB : FRIDAY, AUGUST 29, 1902. : .J

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: } actually taking place although so "THE" EAST COAST OP FLORIDA :
Notice of Election.
slowly as not to attract much attention is PARADISE 8
t In Paris the number of horses .t i
t Whereas, The legislature of 1901, under the
fell off about 6 per cent between 1901 constitution of 1885 of the state of Florida .

Great Britain Will!' Take Steps and 1902. In London the decrease In did pass two joint resolutions proposing COAST RAILWAY. I

the same time was 10 per cent. In Berlin amendments to the constitution of the state of FLORIDA EAST
1 to Resist It. simi- Florida, and the same were agreed to by a
Vienna and St Petersburg a vote of three fifths of all the members el ctedto i

m lar falling off Is shown by the censusof each house; that the vote on said joint reso- CARD No. 41. In Effect June 8 1902. I
horses. In New York It is estimatedthat lutions were entered upon their respective LOCAL TIME ,

; NOTED: UNIVERSITY IN THE LEAD) the number of horses has decreased journals, with the yeas and nays thereon,and NORTHBOUND-READ UP.
. ; they did determine and direct that the said SOUTHBO D-READ DOWN.. i
in the last twenty
,, '. 33 per cent joint resolutions be submitted to the electors ., No. 78'No. I
: College of Commerce and Journal- years. But, although horses may be relieved of the state at the general election in November No. 39 No. 35 l'.IN LINE. \DsilyIDal I 321 I
\ + of the burden of bard labor It 1902; I Daily I Ib Daily I
: Are to Be Established to Cre-
will banishhis Now, therefore, I, H. Clay Crawford secretary -, I

;' ate Captain of Industry and Good is not likely that man ever of state of the state of l Florida do hereby C3 p11015aiLv! .....................Jacksonville...................... h; : LOa
friend and servant wholly ... .. '
ancient give notice that a general election will beheld .8'i.Jut'konvthIe........... Lv II 42a 1
.'. Newspaper Aien-Scheme of Professor from the circle of his pleas ires. in each con utyin Florida on Tuesday next 61Sp' :. ..lJtUst1J.e....................... S lOp 7 '':i

Ashley. succeeding the first Monday in November,A. .. 6 45p .........................Hut1nIl8.......................... tt! p 7 1 n
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John Bull has at length decided to affords imme- of November, for the ratification or rejectionof < 7 ........................Bunne1l8.......................... 4 "p 0 O517ep ;I
resist the American Invasion writes Honey and Tar the said joint resolutions proposing amendments 7 t5 1091' ......................... J), pon'........................... 367 "' 51:91 .
diate relief to asthma sufferers in the to the constitution of the state of Flor- 113p..........................Ormouu.......................... 323p 5 1.1 P'a:
#' the London correspondent of the Philadelphia worst stages; and if taken h time will: ida, viz.; o... S13p 8 301) 1131)152p ..........................Daytolil\....................... ,. I 19p 6) tJI !f: ;
. i Wilson & Son. ........................Port 5 Ma 11ta i900p i
This is to be effect a cure. Sold by ARTICLE XIX. S 39 201p t7P
Public Ledger. p .................l\eW' BmYfl.a....................... I ;&
" done by establishing faculties of commerce That the following amendments to the con- a ....... 2 223p.ASp ...........................OatIll.. .......................... I 2tp.......... dg: ."..

BOER A BRITISH MASCOT. stitution of the state of Florida be, and the E' ....... 3/11p .. .................. ltUSVl.11'1................. A3p 313p... ....... -:10
:and journalism at the principal .4 ...................... .Cocoa .... 1 I ys:
and shall be.submitted ....... 363p
same are hereby, agreed to .....................Roekled'e.. . .................. ....... .. ..
universities and producing homemade Is the Pet of to the electors of the state at the general 4 0 ........ A 401p". .........................Eau Gallle......................... .3 ....... i7-
Fisher .
captains of industry and editors of Young Willie election in 1902 for ratification or rejection ... 'I."p ........................,}I lbourne........................ 'a ....... ;mod
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: AtUIus In London. .4 I .. ............... ii ....... -
Tommy ....... .
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Then, It Is expected is 0 .. 619p ... ....St. Lucie........,................. 11 ........
I c newspapers. Willie Fisher, who is just fourteen Section 2 of Vrticle Y of the constitution ....... 6 03p .............. ........ .
Britain will once more take her standIn colonial hereby amended so as to read as follows: ....... 6:0p .........................FortPi rce.-.. ..........11. ........ .;=->
the ..... .
years old, is the pet of L... ....... ...................'Vh1teCity...... ,11 ..
The shall consist of three 623p.
supreme court f' ........ ........Tl bbals. ...............;........ 109x. .. I
the van of and the h ....... ......... 1:"
progress. camp at Kensington gardens, justices, except as hereinafter provided, who o ...._... 641p-..................:..........Eden..:.........................10:8a.; \ ...... Eto
The Invasion of British newspapers men of Driscoll's scouts love to tell shall be elected by the qualified electors of ) ........ 6 649p 531) ......-..,................'Jensen........................... 11) 21&......... .0 0 ck I I
k- tht- state at the time and places of voting for ................Stua.rt..1) 1. a .......
American editors began even before their baby was recommendedfor ........ 7 OOp ............ I
by you why ............. 9H1....... ap
members of the legislature, and shall hold ....... 7 ZOp ............r.......... ope Si\:1nd. ;;
the commercial invasion of Yerkes the distinguished conduct medal, their office for the term of six years, except .......713p ........................'Vest Jupltt'r........................933x....... ;a
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Phila- .....................WestPalmBeach. PX
the .. ....
London dispatch to those first elected of whom to be desig- = 81op
But the says a ,one ............. 833x. ...... .
and the Morgans. Englishmen ....... ..........................Boynton ........
delphia lress. On his father's farm nated by lot in such manner as they may determine ....... 343p ......................Ft. Lauderda.le...................... ....... o
did not know it for some time. They at Boomplaats be was Schalk Willie shall hold his office for two years; ....... .93)p..........................Lemon CIty...................... .; 7&a......... '"" i
saw that they were getting .better another, to be designated in like manner, for ....... ........................Sliamt.. ............ .... ......Lv .......
Visser, but he has been Anglicizedsince four years, and the third for six years, so that .
newspapers to read, but as that was PARLOR CARS ON TRAIN 35 AND & <
then. lIe is a bronzed, sturdy one shall be elected every two years after the BUFFET I

fit satisfactory they were not concerned little fellow, with dark eyes that look first election. :
The chief justice shall be designated by lot BRANCH LINES SCHEDULES.
as to the cause. from under still darker
a out brightly
by said justices, and shall be such during his

gan When, it was the commercial different English invasion contractors and be-- eyebrows boyish daring.and Boers tell of took any his amount fatber'shorses of justices term members of shall office.of take the The place legislature first at election the after first the for electionfor ratification said No 57. I No Daily 55 I No D 631 I No.49 Dill 1 I No.4 Daily 7 I PALATK.BRANCH.. \ No.46 lJa11y 1 No. 48)I No.Daily 60 I No.Daily 64 I No Daily 66Dally. I i

losing their jobs, When the
of this constitution and their term of 733p 635p (33p 1145a 825a v Ar 620a 715a 1245p 545p 725p
(. the situation became more exciting. and cattle because he would not office shall begin on the first Tuesday after 7 Q J) 6 5 p I t to p1/ : C5 p 6 45 & If. E.Palatka. Lv 0.) a 6 M a 13 25 p 5C5p 7C5p

::- One American bought up all the tram fight for them, Willie Fisher joined the first Monday in January after their elec- No 48 No. 69

;. lines, another all the steamships and Damant's horse as a guide. That tion. No.Daily 57No.I Dally. I S.AN MATEO BRANCH I Daily ( Dail1 j
Upon ratification of this amendment to the
'*' another all of something else. was in March, 1901. In December of ........................... 65 a p
constitution the governor by and with the 751 510 a Lv........................East \
'. The Englishmen began to think the the same year he was transferred to consent of the senate, shall appoint three 815 p I 631) 1Ar I . . .. ..... ... ... .....8I1.n Mateo...... ... .... . .. .. ........Lv I 53.5& a I 0 P_

thing over. They did a lot of thinking, Driscoll's scouts, and it was then that more justices of the supreme court each of .No.23i: !IAs 24
'... and the faculties of commerce and he won distinction. whuiii shall hare the same powers and :Sil.tur'J No. 21 I I Dyijq No. 17 No. 5 MAYPORT Dly N ; No. 18 No. 20 No. 22i8.tur'y
receive BRANCH Dally Daily DaHl &: Sun.
shall the same compensation Daily lJiLy
: journalism are the result. Now, with Though only thirteen, he was in as each of the other justices of the I&rSun. D.1iy I E s Sun Ex Sun 0'1 y.IleO .

Pierpont Morgans and Horace Gree- trusted with a dispatch to Colonel supreme tout and each of the justices w appointed P 640 p 4 6J p 2 OJ p 9 3J a. LvJacksonvllle AI 'I' 00 a 8 4J OJ p 613 p 92Jp
leys turned out right at home, duly Hamilton, who was ten miles away, shall hold office until the first Tuesday p 6 52 I'l 4 53 p 2 03 p 938 a" S Jackson'lle Lv.. 6:2: a. 8 32 ail 52 p 8 02 p 912 p
after the first Monday June in the year p 7 U ]i' 5 33 p H P :010 a" Ptb.o Beach 620 ZIo 800 23 p 0 33p 643p1335p
and authoritatively labeled as bach in the neighborhod of Fauresmith. At 729p 533p 243p1015a ALla.ntlo Bch 613a 525p 835pW50p
1H)5.! ) and further hold office until his 740a11303m
elors of business and masters of litera- nightfall he left the camp, but had successor shall may be elected and qualified, if it 7 U 1) 5 6 p 303P11030a Ar layport Lv 6 00 110 512p 823p

ture, the Yankee invaders will be expected gone only four miles when a party of hall be so provided by Jaw For the year I Dixie Flyer Route Sleeping Car operated oa trains(and 22.

to pack up at once and come Boers opened fire upon him killing 1905; and for the subsequent years the legist .

home. For will not their occupation his horse and shooting him throughthe latnre may provide by law for the election of No. 11 SANFORD No. No. No. i ORANGE CITY No. 2 < No. 4
such number of justices of the supreme courtas I Daily ( BRANCH I Daily 3\\ Dally I BRANCH I Daily I DAily
be gone? leg. it may determi ue, and prescribe their termsof I t
The University of Birmingham has He crept away among the rocks and office, not to exceed six years; provided, '10,) a LV.'fltusnl1e.-\ 123 p 305 p X1010 buny ma..Ar all p CO p
that the number of justices of the supreme 118 a .......} .. ..... 107 P l I' 3 U P 1121 a.\.LV..N.\ Ht'len..Lv 13. p 4 t3 p
taken the lead In the matter of make lay there until the Boers had gone. court holding office at the same time shall not 883 a Lv...... Osteen.Lv 11 t2 80 4 00 P It 39 a Lv..Orange City.. .Lv 120 p 'U p
ing business men. A faculty of commerce : Then, after walking a distance, he be less than three, and shall not be greater 8 M a Lv..Entf>rprlse..Lv 1130801 t 05 P 1145 a CPy Jct.Lv 115 p 415 p
9301 A . .. ..S nford..Lv1100a I t
has been endowed, a professorand found an old Boer pony which be than six, and provided that no justice of thesupreme
such of the These Time Tables show the times at whHi trains may be expected to arrive and dept 11
assistant professor engaged, and mounted and rode without furthermishap court can by an act legislature -
the times stated Is nut guaranteed
of his office the from the several stations but their arrival or departure at
classes will open In October. to Colonel Hamilton's force. i. deprived during nor does tile Company hold itself responsible for any delay or any consequence arising there-
term for which he was elected. .
. Professor Ashley, dean of the conimercHil Sergeant J. W. Stiglingh, who takes Section of Acticle V of the constitution is from.

} faculty, has been created first a paternal interest in the young scout, i hereby amended so as to read as follows: The Peninsular and Occidental Steamship Connections at Miama.

f': master of commerce-"31. Co." lIe tells you with pride that he is a teetotaler majority of the justices of the supreme court

will have an assistant, and a professorof and nonsmoker. "He is a fine shall all a But quorum when for there the shall transactionof be six BETWEEN MIAMA, KEY WEST AND HAVANA.

accounting will be engaged before shot too" said the sergeant, "and has justices of the supreme court the court may SOUTHBOUND. NORTHBOUND.Lv. .

the university term opens. Two scholarships accounted for many a springbok with hear and determine cases and exercise any of
offered its powers when sitting either in a body or in Mlanrn,Mors.Veds. ................11 03 p Lv. Havana Tues,Thurs: ...............1000*
have already been by his rifle. .. We8tTues.T ...............
two divisions under such regulations as maybe Ar. Key \\estTues. Thurs........ .. 12 33 pAr. Key iurs .033p
different chambers of commerce and In London he Is having a happy time law the rules of said Lv. Key Vest,Tues Thurs.............. 7 33p Lv. Key West Tues. Thurs............... 7C3p
prescribed by or by Ar. Havana Weds. F .is.. ... ...... ... ... S to /I Ar. Miama. Weds. Fris.... ............. 6 OO a
more are looked for. seeing the sights. He was deeply interested court not inconsistent therewith. The concurrence -

Professor Ashley has recently givenan the other evening in the an- of a aajority of the members of the For copy of Local Time Card address any Agent.

interview in which he tells what he tics of a bucking mule which was being court sitting in any cause wherein the court RAHNER Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent. ST. AUGUSTINE, FLAI
shall sit as one body shall; be. necessity to a J. D. ,
expects to accomplish. Besides teaching exhibited at one of the halls. The decision: and when any member of a divisionof .

the things ordinarily associatedwith animal succeeded in throwing: everybody the court shall dissent from the majority of f -

a business life, the professor who attempted to ride him. Fisher such division cm any question, such question '
hhall be submitted to the court fitting in a ATLANTIC VALDOSTA & WESTERN R'Y.
counts on instilling i ideas of politicaland could not resist the temptation and body. The number of terms of the supreme ,

social economy into his undergraduates slipping away from his friends he court and the time of holding the same shall

which will enable them to cal- mounted the animal and clung on tena be regulated: by law. All terms shall be held "Di\n FLYKK iiorrc"

culate to a nicety whether it would be ciously. But the mule proved the vic at the capital of the state.

advantageous to lessen the hours oft tor. A specially vigorous buck shook ARTICLE1.. No. 4. Stations. No. 2: .

labor or the reverse whether it would Fisher clean off and a smart kick
That the following amendment to the constitution 7t p in.________________________Lv Jacksonville Ar__________ __ ____________ 9 04 a m
& be better to compromise with threatened sent him back to his friends rubbing of the state of Florida be, and the 11 05 p m.___________________- ____Ar Valdo ta Lv---______________ _______ 5 35 a nir

i' strikers or let the strike come, himself, but laughing.A lime is, ht'rebyagreed to, and shall be submitted 3 55 a ui.i .________________________\ Mawrn Lv____ --------.__________.12 45 a in

F and so on. Here is what Professor to the electors! of the state at the general 725 ; ul._________________________Ar Atlanta Lv________ _________________ 9 00 p u
election in 11102! for ratification; or rejection 1 00 p in___'.______________________Ar Chattanooga Lv-------.-___u__ ___u____ 3 00 p m
f Ashley says: NEW SCHOOL FUND. : Section 8 of Article l'of the constitutionis 6 55 p m__________________________Ar Nashville Lv---_ ___________________u 9 30 a in 4
? "A man wants to know the experience hereby amended so as to read as follows: 11 40 p m_________________________-.Ar Martin Lv_____-____ ______-________ 5 15 a m
of others who have found them Section 8. There shall be eight circuit __________________________ _
'. Walnut Logs a Source of RevenueIn 652 a rn Ar St. Louis LY__ __--____________ ______10 15 p m
judges who shall be appointed by the
selves in similar circumstances. It is Oklahoma and confirmed by thc'scnate, and governor who 10 50 a ni_--_--_________________-__Ar Chicago Lv__'___u___ ________ -__u__ 6 10 P-m

not students only who want this Infor- The territorial school land depart- shall hold their office for six years. -2 30 a 111-____-____________-_______Ar Louisville Lv____--___:____?;_-_______ 3-00 a m

The state shall he divided by the legislature __________________________ _.__ __ __
mation. Recently the head of a great ment announced the other day the 7 20 a in Ar Cincinnatiit Lv ___ __ ___________11 15 p m
said to me: 'I am much at its first regular session after the adop- 15;' a !11u--------------------\_ Chicago Lv-________-________________ 7 00 p m
company creation of a new fund of $3UUO; on : .
tion of this section into eight judicial! cir ---- ---- ---
"s, Interested in the question of hours of deposit with the territorial; treasurer, suits and one judge shall be assigned to each Xo. 4--Dixie I-1yer-carri's Pullman Drawing Room Buffet Sleeping Cars, .
labor. I don't want. sentii 'it; I simply known as the walnut log fund, says a circuit. Such judge shall hold at least two St. Louis= without change, making direct connection at Nashville with sleeping cars for

C \ want to know -business Guthrie (Okla.) dispatch to the St. terms of his court in each county within his Louisville.: Cincinnati and Chicago. Through coaches between Jacksonville and MJH-.H.
)1 man it will r ftiem circuit every year, and at such times and Stops at all A ,1'.'a!t W. Stations.
Louis Globe-Democrat. The mOlleis
(I ; places as shall he prescribed by law, and
may Connections made
at with northbound trains of the S. A. L. :ami F. Fe..
III in works. I have a .
my. derived from the -'!< of dead and dy- hold special terms. railways.

1 1''': '''nllt Adding ex-I ink: walnut tim' School: lands and The governor may, in his discretion, order 1-:. II. BAPN F.S. S. I). PKKr.TF. )
( a temporary exchange or circuits by the respective .
< of hour,0stifclusiou Oi-ii.
; n tpr"; Supt. < I'.h-\ .
? n ::t
j ; judges or order any judge to hold
)1 r iI I'' "'e't'iitl}' be- one or more terms or part or parts of any term

.t r chief ar tlIIt in the ill any other firm than that to which he is

I.. ,,,, ./thuSt expciyurn'st ) the great assigned. The judge shall reside in the circuit
of which he is judge
::4 Jt S1 / fr found inia.
: This "'I.t.tion.h11 not IK operative until the
\001; ,..., .i V i ..glib ; .
A posse of legislature shall have divided this state into
U.ts for the other subject- 1"I 8p .ectives are kept eightcir mits. as heicinbefore provided for: VCFIF

jriculum will embrag' cnrt th Jy, to guard the and the seven circuitJudges holding office at r
of all I th'ti1l1t. of such division shall continue to ex-
accounting \ foe ..A aching by outside eicise jurisdiction over existing FACTORY LOADED SHOTGUN SHELLS

lessor Ashley says ai Iu4, ;t: 1 a big profit by shipto circuits as constituted! at the time of such .a'

/ is meant than bookkeej. p l ler Germany. The division, until tin-judge of the additional circuit New Rival" "Leader" "Repeater"r .
f- shall} have qualified. The circuit
i being to enable \ judges
purpose . ; federal
.. government also has a force of hold ing olliee at the time of such di'isiuushall '
pret accounts so as to gauge s Htfn- special agents :guarding walnut timber severally continue illiltlil'( until the expiration r : ; ek7

Ing capacities of a business and to put on Indian, military and government of their then existing term of office/ as for reliable shotgun ammunition

their fingers on those points in Its man- lands. judge of the circuits, respectively in which, I' j '
agement which are open to criticism. under such division the county of his residence 1 ,: I the kind that shoots where you
be included and a judge for the 1 I
may : (
The City of London school, which is HOLIDAYS IN A BUNCH additional circuit shall he appointed fora ..N point your gun, buy Winchester Factory t1

w one of the most important educational trni (111Ial| to the \IIu'xJirl'.l term of the other It "
Institutions in London and under the NO- 1 Plan Adopted by a Wilmington circuit judges upon !such division being made. Loaded Shotgun Shells: "New Rival, loaded with t'.J

f,Thltt'ct .% control: of the lord mayor, has taken ; (Del.) Merchant. '1'he salary of each ('irtllitjtlll l' shall be tirothousand Black "Leader" and "Repeater loaded
y powder
A. seven hundred and fifty dollars. ; J
In the matter of In order to himself and his
the initiative turning give em- The votes cast in compliance! with said proposed r

i out newspaper men who are newspa- ployees a rest D. B. Jones, a leading' amendments, and the canvass, declarations with Smokeless. Insist upon having Winchesterctory

So .. per men. Classes In journalism have business man in Wilmington; Del., has and returns thereof', shall IK subjectto .1. .
the same regulations and rest rid ions:as arepoyide'l J:. t* Loaded Shells and accept no o:,: : ..
J/ i been endowed and Instruction will be decided upon a novel plan, says the !l.y law fur general elections in thestate ,' '

I. given by men who are supposed to Philadelphia Press. On Saturday Aug. of Florida.In ALL DEALERS KEEP THEM 1

/' know all about the fine art of journalIsm. 1C he will close his place of l business: stimony whereof. I have hort'unto set '1s '.
hand and allived the sreat seal of tile F ltr i r b .';:
A scholarship has been established and it will remain closed fur two my ,,
I state of Florida, at Tallahassee, the capital,
by a Mr. Stevens which .will enable weeks as he thinks it desirable for this the first day of .Aug i-t A. 1) 1902.retary .

,' the winner to take a trip around all his employees and the owner to [t'aL; H. .\y t'1AWFORIJ
t DR.MOPFETT'Stc C ,as Cbolera lafaalam
I the world and see how newspapers are rest at one time.Ill' ,- '(' of State. ,
To Joseph ,-on'sV"rtBrevard: 'a ,}'k ps- fit"rrhoeal)3 sentcry,and
liJg county.
I made elsewhere, especially in the United does not believe that he will lose the

States. custom, as the people will understand e ptWnongsT iCAS fi1T dreno/ArrybAlgeof
gE _. ... ,' *mi
- - what he is do and will ( gKiMiM NSHKMIHUi lK MABEB K S Aids
trying to comeback JRIAFor Digestion, Regulate
sajma' of the Horse. I (TEETHING, POWDERS)! the
t Emancipation to him when he reopens. ? AS// Bowels, Strengthens

Wrth Although the predictions freely madea Infants a t% hi1dren. Costs Only 25 cents at Druggists, the Child and Makes

: a few years ago that the development Foley's Kidney Cure. L STEiLOUIS .
( 30r mall 2 c nti to C. J. M. 0
would The Kind You Have ?
Went. iA// of electric traction quickly Will cure Bright's Disease.: Always BoughtBears OFFICE or D. H. IIiaoT, Seceurr of State, AUSTIN, Tex., Nor JL 1900. / f I a
,, drive horses from the field of labor Wll cure diabetes. I have found Dr.Moffett's TEETHINA a iplendid remedy and aid far my teething chiUrea. whoa ortii'WT
or zI wag a teething child, every succeeding day warned ni that we would inevitably lose lum. I happened t r -
iiwe have not been fulfilled yet the Electrical Will cure stone in bladder. theSignature TLETULN,and begaa at once aimialsterinz it to him, and his improvement waa marked In 21 boon I
r Review cites statistics to prove Will cure kidney and bladder diseases. of that day on he recuperated. I have coaetantlr kept it and aced it mugs With mr children,and.AV bare TTr"1 Lba '
; plesrare inaaandine its praieta W sa pother,
naageltildten aatiit iaralxahlearenafkrtkeiee
/ ) ) that the disappearance of the horse Sold by Wilson & Son.styrC L wu t 341tS D, S _,
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I' : ,. Qdren,sad ',. -
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LUTHER MARSH'S HOBBY A quick witted man In the gathering I, ODDITIES OF THE KAISER. -.

to in loud voice. This -- . ...- < -.- .
began swear a +# : : --- - -.- -.- : = . - . -- - .= .:---:::-:"
distracted the attention of all hands fora Strange Orders Issued by the Ruler

moment or two, and another quickly of Germany.

'" How Pictures of ,Spirits Were applied some phosphorus to a near The kaiser has ordered all astro- r G

Taken For Noted Lawyer. by painting. The picture began to nomic stations of the German empireto

burn, and the medium announced thatIt
? look out for the Tempel-Swift comet r

was a rebuke from the spirit world
\vhich to make its appearance in November t 1 .
for the blasphemy which had disgracedthe
THE STORY OF A PHOTOGRAPHER. next writes the Berlin correspondent
\ seance.
of the SLiLouis Globe-Demo-
\ I
crat While in Norway his majestywas X
Inside Fact of Slanifestatlons! Revealed I UNCLE SAM'S APPLE BIN. .
informed that the comet might be \;
by Lorenti Mlaaon-Medium
Mlsso.nri Now Leads All the Other noticed in September, and he is crazyto
The Kind
r Archer Posed In Characters of An- You Have Always Bought, and which has been

States. get the first glimpse of it. The Ger- in for 30 has borne the of
;. clentB Uovr an Unexpected Demand use over years, signature
The center of Uncle Sam's apple bin
astronomers have been cautionedto
man and has been made under his
For a Painting: Wa 3Iet. has been shifted west of the Allegha- per-
advise his majesty as soon as thereis
sonal since its
nies, and the state that leads in the supervision infancy.
: ;; ". Lorentz Nilsson of 21 Perrine ave- any sign of the comet whereupon he r'a
growing of the national fruit is Mis j Allow no one to deceive you in this.
( nue, Jersey City, was for a considera-
will rush to the nearest observatoryand
I'' ble souri. This is the burden of a paper All Counterfeits, Imitations and Just-as-good" are but
period employed by the late Luther
/: R. Marsh: the famous spiritualist to read by Professor W. A. Taylor, po- catch the tailed tiling on the fly. Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of

{ mologist in charge of field investigation While sailing in Norwegian watershis
make flashlight photographs of spirit Infants and Children-Experience against Experiment.What .
visitors in the United States department majesty observed, to his dismay,
from the other world spirit
: of agriculture, before the national apple that the navy carrier pigeons he had *
communications and
I Mr. Nilsson, an expert spirit photographerand paintings. shippers' convention in Rochester, carried along wouldn't fly above a cer I is CASTORIACastoria i !

a nonbeliever in spiritualism, had N. Y., says the St. Louis Globe-Demo- tain height, the height nature dostined
crat. Professor Taylor completed his is harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare
exceptional opportunities for studyingthe for the pigeon. The kaiser said thatwouldn't a ,

relations of mediums with the once paper several days ago, but just before do at all. lie wouldn't have goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant. It

great corporation lawyer, who sacri- the time for reading it he received from his pigeons fly near enough to the ene- contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic

ficed his fortune and professional reputation thecensus department advance sheetsof my to be brought: down by the latter substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
statistics bearing en the apple industry
upon the altar of his faith by rifle or cannon. As a consequencethe and allays Feverishuess. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind
of the United States Compiled
Mr. Nilsson has written for the New from statistics gathered by the twelfth aerial navigation branch of the Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation

York World an account of certain hap- has been ordered to take
census, the matter being brought downto army pigeons and Flatulency. It assimilates the Fond; regulates the
penings in the Marsh household at in balloon and teach them to fly t
June 1, 1000.According up Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy aid natural sleep.
Middletown, N. 1:., which came under above their level. Ten balloons
I proper
t to figures of the twelfth The Children's Panacea-The Mother's :Friend.
his own observation. His story: follows and 100 carrier pigeons have been set
census, the total number of bearing
t, : aside for these extraordinary experi-
trees in the commercial orchard areas
My acquaintance with Mr. Marsh be ments to correct nature. GENUINE CASTORIA T ALWAYS
of the United States is 210,0,00,000, an
gan in 1SU3.; I was then a photographer The secret reason prompting the government -
increase of 73,000,000; or more than
at Middletown, N. Y. I was se- to maintain an unusually \ Bears the Signature of
40 per cent, over the apple area of
lected Mr. Marsh to do photographic large fleet In Chinese waters is this:
1SOO. This commercial area of 1000
work for him because I was a Swede William wants to make himself em-
yielded in 1899! somewhat more than
and supposedly a Swedenborgian. In peror of all the Christian Chinese. His
173,000.000; bushels of apples. Ry dis-
all I made for Mr. Marsh about $3,000; minister in Peking has been authorizedto
tricts the north Atlantic apple section
worth of photographs of different spiritualistic submit a plan to the empress by UIU
has 39,500,000; trees, the south Atlantic
phenomena, paintings, let- which all Christian Chinamen and ,
25,500,000, the north central 92,000,000: ,
ters, spirits, etc. When I first met Mr. their families are transferred to the
the !south central :31.000,000 and the
Marsh, he was living with the Iluyler German-Chinese territory and acknowledge -
The KM! You Have
western district! including the Rocky Always BoughtIn
family on Renton avenue Middle- mountain states and the Pacific slope William as their sovereign "In

town. Adjoining the house he had this way," argues William, "her Chinese -

erected his famous "temple." 13,000,000. majesty will get rid of a lot of Use For Over 30 Years.
Out of the total number of trees in
I was first employed by Mr. Marsh disobedient subjects who at the same
the country the north and south central THE CENTAUR COMPANY TT MURRAY 6TBEET, NEW YORE CITY

to make flashlight pictures .of spirits districts possess 123.203,000: ; or nearly time will be glad to acknowledge me _.. :'.. ,_._ .___ .: .:. ,:t'fr iP .. .. .. :i'j;,"' -' _: :;(
.. "
produced by Profl'ssorrchpr, who as their mundane and !'lirituallol'll.
three-fifths. These are divided among -
was at that time giving seances for The correspondent unable to as- I
the leading states as follows: Missouri,
Mr. Marsh and his friends. The first certain whether this proposal has already -- - -- f -
20,000,000; New York, 13,000,000; : Illinois
night I took the pictures I was stationed been submitted to the Chinese
13,300,000: ; Kansas and Pennsylvania -
In front of some lace curtains I empress. The colonial office, however,
a little less than 12,000,000! ) ) each. The Seaboard Air-Line
opposite an opening where the sup- seems to think that the scheme cannot Railway
Seven states have more than 10, OOOO
posed spirits were to appear. The spirits fail of achievement.! A high official
trees each. In order they are Missouri,
that appeared included those of said that Christian Chinese would next
I New York, Illinois, Ohio, Kansas,
Ratueses I., Uameses II., Moses, Joseph be brought in large numbers to German CAPITAL CITY ROUTE.
Pennsylvania and Michigan
and several others. The illusionwas Southwest Africa, there to be employed -
"The lesson," said Professor! Taylorin
perfect and greatly startled me, in agricultural pursuits It8
his address, "is obvious. We in the
but later when developing the negatives furthermore learned that the Gorman
Route. The Best Line.
The Shortest
east must be prepared to meet the
I noticed that the beards of some Catholic bishop of China, Von Anzin-
keenest competition from the west and
of the spirits had been carelessly ad- per, who is a gloat friend of William,
, south. It is now assuredly true that
Justed. will assist the minister in persuadingthe '
the great apple bin of the United States :
Some time had elapsed before I made empress} to accept the kaiser's plan.
I has been shifted to the west of the Al-
this discovery, and prior to that, so Sundays.TO .
perfect had been the illusion, I was al Adirondack Purest Sur t. r).

j most convinced there was something A riiygiiiaa llealed. The state of1'W York now has a -

real about these spirit manifestation Dr. Geo. Ewing, a practis-ing physician baby forest in Adiioudacks where Savannah Columbia Southern Pines

The reason I did not make the distviv- of iSmilh's Grove, Ky., for OUT thirty tree are being raided to reforest a denuded ,

f *ery sooner was that fur a time I was years: writes hispersonalexperieneewith tract, says the Home Sentinel.

fi v. lot: permitted to, take the negatives Foley's Kidney Cine: "For years I hud This has brought the state fish, game Richmond, Washington, Baltimore,

rom the house. supposed been greatly bothered with kidney and. and forest conunibsion to the consideration -

: {."''to l>e developed there under the direction bladder trouble and enlarged prostate of a project to establish tree:

a' : of Mr. Iluylir, who had formerly :"land. I used everything known to the nurseries in the woods on much the Philadelphia, New York,

: a photographer. Later 1 discovV profession without relief, until I commenced -
Wheen saline principle of the state fish hatch
to Foley's Kidney Cure:
***" ered that !some of the effects shown in After taking use three; bottles I \m-I'ntirc1y l'I'il'S.fter trees have had the proper Through Pullman: : Sloe-pox's.

the negatives could have hello produced cured. I it jrrxxvth they \\ould be given free to
relieved and prescribe now Only Line Operating Through Pullman Car Service Jacksonvilleto
only by rapid manipulation of daily in my practice, and I heartily recommend citizens and municipalities and used New Orleans. '

costume and feature. its use to all physicians: for such where needed on state lands. In this

Mr. Marsh and Professor Archer fell trouble0. I have prescribed it in hundred it Is hoped to reclaim much denuded For further information, writeE.
way L. BUXriI, Uen. I'HV. Agent. A. 0, MAiDOXELL. Asst. 01'110 Passgent! ,
out. The reason was that, while satisfied of cases with perfect success." Sold laud. The proposition is com Portsmouth, Va. J<.n\illf, Fla

with l'rllft.'ssorrdll'r's work, by Wilson & Son. mendable. It emphasize. however the JAS. BARK, l-iee-I'resident and General Manager, Portsmouth. V.i

3 Mr. Marsh was unwilling to pay the folly of permitting what remains of -

exorbitant fees demanded. After the FALL AND WINTER CLOTHES the Adirondack forest land to be cut -. "!: !;" 7.,y ewi:. .3> ;m'JI' l".JI.etRR'44io-. 1uury

falling; out Professor Archer, with a over if the state later is to be at considerable -

desire to get {even showed a few of us lt"n'unl..-.. Suiting"! Will Re expense to undertake the FOR

in Mr. Jessup's photograph gallery brighter nod More Cheerful. slow process of reforestation. Richmond Washington BaltimoroPhlJ.'dr.lphi

how he had entered behind the lace Whether the men of the United
Boston Atlanta
curtains, crawled on his hands and States will be happy or not during the
Ash"tile Chattanooga Louisvillo
knees from one side to the other, donned inclining fall and winter they will lookas
Cincinnati St. I.ouisact... Kansas City
the various disguises and appearedas though they were so far as thins Yi .
Detroit Cleveland Wvinjr; about
the different ancients. sartorial can give them that appe'ar'amice 'tsburg
e'i't "_ :.4
Soon after Professor Archer's departure unless theyear old clothes for Chicago, \ tJ-'lnoon:
1 ''r ._M' __ -- fl'LiI boat,_ _ _
Mrs. LIn\ler., who apparently had the woolens made: for the !season present AJ t o# .. its. t 1'JI =--- ;a.y .". r'1a anti rt" I0..... ';t. .''' .

great influence over Mr. Marsh, told a brighter and more cheerful appearance .Itcmrawe '. ; ) 1'1" 111) nl'lle: ::-r..l frl-

him that he would be able to correspond than woolens ever did before If e., ... to\ f mbroi' lOI u. ru lk- i I\\, '0.. I1 nt'ty,', t'a-1llll5, l

with those in the spirit world. says the Sartorial Art Journal. Theyare for 'til\. w s lJi
.10p's; Si: ltl} 0:. i tl; .aIlLallll\llgliam
One of these spirit letters I particularly joyous in carnation reds. smile in ,ir"uC ,.I. t lid cu.G' ,. Ill'

remember. It was {in response to golden touches and almost laugh in ('h f1 S" te"el'}'f rowsiliextl.. 1 ;" . :1 \I ... .'
ft 1.c: J lyi'"
some question raied: by Mr. Marsh as I prismatic spasms. Mmy are so bright t81ani: I ,1..t ".' v 1111'g i1'U /,

I t'o Shakespeare's writings and read as and clear and almost: frolicsome in pattern 'r. IS a itt: .)e11 sal. -t: fif t 111 II i/ ."
tl : II
e follows as I r'l'alllt: that it seems impossible: for men ce out.a shy' ,. ni led I j

Dear Friend Harsh-I know am per- to wear a suit: made from any of them '"Mj..ha \. :'i is

sonally responsible for the play "The without feeling good all over, being 1P"1' 1:1 1 "
I'rryl's of Windsor", of our good - -- The Sin-rom 'o.1"t
proud of themselves and entertaining :: .
." friend, William Shakespeare. Health is which tie; a (l\l
a magnet irresistibly
t QUEEN ELIZABETH. the conviction that they are or are '* 11!)
draws the man to the woman in life's The Washington ; nond and
them fortune. ,
Other letters, scores of arrived about to be favorites of
mating time. Health does more than
;' from the beyond. One was from Adelaide : But not only are the fabrics of thy tint the skin with beauty ; it puts music Florida Limited I '

Neilson, who wrote Mr. Marsh season about to begin of a character into the voice and buoyancy into the

L; that she had just returned from a celestial that will give those whose backs they step, as well as happiness into the he.,-t. The New York and Florida Express ;

; ball. She explained what a tremendous may adorn an appearance of satisfaction A great many women covet beauty and TO THE EAST.

L apartment the spiritual ball- with things: in general and of individual are constantly seeking aids to beautify

:: room was giving its dimensions.I cheerfulness: but the fashionable and Let a all woman other first charms seek shall perfect be The Chicago ind Florida Special \- !

Debar of which they are so
I photographed all of the Dis garments v I
added to her. ,
t paintings for Mr. Marsh and though joyously l potential will be better calculated There can be no general health for The Florida Limited .

I am not a connoisseur, several of than modern garments ever women while there is disease of the TO THE NORTH AND WEST. ,
to be genuine before to make their wearers look .
them appeared to me were delicate womanly organism. The first .,
works of art, warranting, I should say, well, to put them on good terms with step to perfect health is to cure womanly t

the expenditure of fully 100.000 of themselves and, as a natural consequence diseases by the use of Dr. IHerce's Favorite -
obtained indicative Prescription. It establishes Pullman Sleeping Car Line Jacksonville to Cincinnati, via .
the $700,000 which Mrs. Dis Debar to give them an appearance regu-
for their production. How of a large supply of happi- larity, dries weakening drains, heals Asheville, through "The Land of the Sky."

old inflammation and ulceration and cures Through trains via The Southern Railway are operated in
produced is an
these pictures were here. ness. .---- -. female weakness. connection with the Plant System and Florida East Coast Railway

story and need not be repeated Marking Tnltl *Linen. "I med four boUlf your ''Favorite Pre'scnpUoo' Pullman Sleeping Cars and Hotel Dining Cars on all through
One of ;he paintings I photographed. and one of Jo1.? .Medical Discovery -
the gallery in the In the autumn shj;:. which io: now in hope,Lancaster Co., Pa... i i Co *:- ,f'siat I am
f Iluyler house, was particularly prized the liking fony easier: monogramor cured of that dresdei1Vn5se, uterY trouble. Ask for Tickets via Southern Railway. Correspondence Solicited.H. .
of canvas Initial is empha iltfl, says Harper'sBazar Am in better b-iniya jeYer; befort E\ery
It is a piece
by Mr. Marsh. beautifuland one who knows m. '*'n..nM'd to see me look
burned almost to the cdges.of its handsome In many ofrmost -o: well. In June 1*f ,...4 poor in health that

frame. The manner of its burn- expensive weaves the medallion at times I could net 4lk. To-day I am cuied P. CAREY, Fla. Pis. Agt J08 V. Bay St., Jackwevtlk, Fla. :"', ;
that Dr. Pierce's medicines ,
I tell everybody
is wrought in the .
shield shape
Illustrates the arts employed to oval or cured me."

delude Ing Mr. Marsh. pattern directly in the center of the hB Dr. Pierce's Common Sense S. H. HARDWICK, V. H. TAYLOE,

At a seance he had suddenly demanded napkin. In this the letter, crest or oth- Medical Adviser is sent free on receipt of General Pueenger Agent, Av't Gtal Put. Af el,

a painting. The demand took the er device Is embroidered. The napkinIs stamps to pay expense of mailing only.Send' D. C. Atiutt 0*.
surprise. folded crosswise In three folds..ndatty..A'd 21 one-cent stamps for the book in uikjtw,
medium and her assistants by
( but under at each side to leave Jmmm rr 1$, 19O.
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J r ,0- 8 THE FLORIDA STAR : FRIDAY AUGUST 29, 1902.! I 1 ., 'Jlil. .

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,.' *- _COCOA BUSINESS L DIP crOBY. other papers and from other points, we What are Humors? .. .. ,. EAST COAST HEAT MARKET.
'' -
tell STAR readers delightful
we are having
WILLIAM HINDLE.-Undertaker and Em-
Y DUREI Agent ,
F. ,
X ', ba.lmer;Bicycles and Sewing Machine supplies weather=cool breezes, and with but few They are vitiated or morbid fluids cours G. ,

,Tinning and Pipe Fitting, Repairing mosquitoes. ing the veins and affecting the tissues. .J
V F. of Every Description. Agent for Beveridge. ts. )
,,.. A Steam Cooker Cocoa is in great need of 'a few small They are commonly due to defective diges-
tion but are sometimes inherited. .. Florida
1' . houses to rent, there being four families
FRANK LIPP-Practical Shoemaker. Forty How do they manifest1 themselves? i
t in while had to
living store
kind of or over one W aDd
years experience; all repairing
In forms of cutaneous eruption
_#, done, nice and cheap; also ladies'and men's rent an old house across the ponds, and many
,. .' shoes made to order. another is still looking for a habitation, salt rheum or eczema, pimples e4. boils. t t \\Yestern\
1T- and in weakness,languor, general debility i-
; GO TO J. M. SANDERS, .The Old Reliable with small chance of finding one. _
How JIet1Es I
are they expelled By
fresh and reliable goods
Store for good, There was quite an excitement in town FS
i such as Dry Goods, Saddlery, Crockery, Hood's
f, Hats.Trunks and a full line of Groceries. Saturday afternoon, when S. S. Jones' Sarsaparilla x s. of allKinds.

pony came dashing in riderless. Little which also builds up the system that has
1 4st ,
JARVIS HOUSE- pen all the year round. Schelly was supposed to have been ridingit suffered from them.It t.
Pleasant location facing the river on river .. .
front. Rates$2.00 per day,special t rms by ; but the pony had been standing at is the best medicine f t-
the week or month. the ball grounds, and became frightenedat '

1 I the train, so started for his stable. The yacht Ida May took the :Misses An- Wrecked Titusville Florida.

Mr. and Mrs. T. Roy Puckett, who nie and Jessie Goode and Messrs. Claude ,
'l INDIAN RIVER[ RIPPLES.( Your home and property
have made their home in Washington, and R. W. Beaujean to Eau Gallic last should be protected by....
, ..' D. C., this, past winter, will be in Cocoa Saturday afternoon to witness the boat e o o n o e a u o 0 0 .

4 '" Faragraphs Personal and Newsy Briefs about September 1st. Mr. Puckett will race. Capt. Alex. J. Goode's yacht, Jes- Insurancefrom o _

at Towns Along the Coast. spend his two weeks' vacation here, but sie, won the race by nine minutes.Mr. FIRE. LIGHTNING o I .

Mrs. Puckett and son Walter will visit M. G. Ellis has his place on Melbourne and CYCLONES. The expense 1

f r COCOA. with her mother, Mrs. R. N. Andrews, avenue in pretty good shape for is small compared to
the risk of a catastrophy
School will begin Monday, September some time longer. the winter season. His trees are looking like this. Write to or ask .

15th. Nat Fish has conquered a bicycle. In fine, and we also noticed some fine gera- Sclmyler & Branning, Titusville,

Vesey Hall, of Georgiana, was in town his first day's experience he did a 2.03 niums and several large boxes of violets, for reliable information,

Tuesday.Dr. gait down Scofield's hill. Didn't want to, all prepared for winter blooming.Mr. rates, etc., etc. .

but after he started had to keep going. G. M. Brown has had a fine new -- - - -- WINESI
Severgnac, of :Merritt: was in townon
: Finally he met Mr. George Chester'steam cement walk laid in front of his place, BOBBINS :

Monday. and got mixed up with it and and we see that F. H. Fee and Rev. Mr.

. Bathing party off Paine's. wharf Tuesday stopped. Got the wheels separated and Templeton have followed suit. Thereare & GRAHAM I .. r

r afternoon. found there was no damage done. more sidewalks in town that need to '

Revival services in the colored settlement Indianola and Cocoa teams had a gameof be relaid. Let the good work go on. 'j--- CO. s k. I i'.I If'h.
11 tins week. base ball on Saturday afternoon. It A few evenings ago; Capt. Sam :Martin (Incorporated. Paid up Capital 25000.00) .. '

;; Dr. and Mrs. Capron, of Lotus, were in was not generally known that they were gave a delightful sailing party to the following This company owns landsin

town Tuesday. to play or there would have been more friends: The Misses Lela Barnes, the Indian River Country open up one of my bottles of

Judge Hammond spent Sunday ate onlookers. The Cocoaites won. The Indi Jessie:: Goode, Alma :Martin, Viola Horton, on the St. Lucie River, OLD WINE OR WHISKEYand e
anola and Courtenay teams were td have drink to the health and prosperity of
Mother Dixon's. Fannie Lou Hake, :Mattie Brown, and at New River, and on Biscayne -
I friends and self. These goods are pure and
played at Indianola, but on account of Messrs. A J. Hoke, John Nicholson and Bay. wholesome. Uuexeelled for richness strength
Will Hutson has been hauling shingles I
the illness of Judge Whitlock some of the
Fred Fee. and flavor Right for health and hospitality.
i out to his place. Courtenay men could not attend, so the PRICES TO SGIT'i'IIE TIMES. I
The best Chamberlain's Stom- Send for land list. R. L. IVTotlOTOT: ,
Indianolas to Cocoa. physic-
< came
: Mrs. J. \V. Packard is visiting son
ach and Liver Tablets. Easy to take. OFFICES AT . I TITUSVILLE and COCOA.
': Roy, at Atlantic Beach. I MELBOURNE.Mr. Pleasant in effect. For sale 1)Wilson. & TITUSVILLE AND MIAMI.

Mr. E. P. Porcher made a flying trip :\ is putting roads of shell Son, dru:: i8ts. -- --

; to Cocoa from Daytona. near nis neat grocery store. -- --- Jas. Pritchard & Son

Miss Leonice Lapham IE visiting her Mr. Hudson Baker and family are up ,

, i aunt, Mrs. J. Wooten.. from Jensen for a visit to this their former Headquartersfor
:Mrs: Albert Faber and son, of City home.G. . . .

Point, were in town on Friday. M. Brown is having his store and

yt residence inside. :Mr.: Brown is f '
; v Ten rooms are to be added to a housein painted HARDWARE

Cocoa this year. Guess whose? always up-to-date. ,
1. HP Mr David Ramsy and children were :Messrs.: Fee & Stewart are having:; a I

up from Lotus shopping Thursday. new cement sidewalk put down in front I ...Tinware, Crockery, Stoves...
of their hardware store. *.j4
1" Rev. Stewart-Martin. passed through Boat Goods, Paints Oils,
Cocoa en route Merritt Monday.Mrs. Our genial agent is more smiling and y \ and
genial than usual for the few days.
Walker, of Lotus, and Mrs. Pierce, past
woo] 11 TTETA tom.
Let us into the secret, Gus!
t. of Georgiana, were in town Saturday.
We are sorry to hear of the illness of I For Fine Write for prices.
Asa Chaucey and :Miss: Martin were Watch
Mrs. Charles Oslin, wife of our editor. I Repairinggo TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.
married Wednesday, the 20th, at City to
.. We nope for her early recovery I Box 212: ,
Point. .

:Miss Bessie Hall, of Titusville, has been A fine shower on Sunday broke the JAMES PRITCHAHD. President. C. S. SCHUYLEH. Oasbler. -- F'-

g visiting her kinfolks, Mr. John Sanders long drought, and everything looks fresh I MANDAVILLE'SJEWELRY W.M. BROWN Vice-President. W.S. BRAN NINO, Aut. C>>Juer.

and family. and I :green, and everyone is smiling.

;t. Theo. Travis is to enter Stetson university Miss Eliza J. Lee is home again after I I INDIAN RIVER STATE BANKSCounty

I at DeLand during September for the several pleasant weeks spent with relatives -

work. in the north. We are all glad to see STORESuccessor
.f next year's Depository.

Weather has been warm, but the present her.Mr.
William Campbell is making some Authorized Capital.S 100,000.
northeasters are refreshing; seems to H. T. Whaler, I
fine improvements on his Hotel Bellevue Paid I
like another world. i iI up Capital, 25,000. J
I ,
property His place is always neat and Average Deposits, 100,000.TRANSACTS .
Tilden Jacobs, who has been clerking attractive.All TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. -- ,

I in E. C. Johnson's store, has gone to visit the housewives are busy now making I A c
his parents at Chuluota. jelly and preserves of the delirious --
General Banking
Prof and Mrs. G. W. Schuyler and grapes and guavas: so plentiful in our Special Attention given to Business.'f;

son Phil sailedover in the Tadpole I little town. I Repairing Fine Watches.... Largest and Oldest I '
I from Indianola cne day last week. I We noticed recently some fine plants -
Dank on the River
1 Mrs. C..J. Schoonmaker's many friends 'of long staple or sea island cotton grow- t

U.. ,; are pleased to hear that she is improvingin ing in the front yard of our popular I postmaster Mail Orders will Receive Exchange Bought and Sold on .

in health, and able to be around once Mr. R. W. Goode. Prompt Attention.... all Foreign Countries. "

Il 1 more. Miss Jessie Sanders, of Indianola, is the Patronage appreciated. Prompt service,

r County Commissioner J. R. Miot and 'uestof Postmaster Goode and family. polite treatmentaudeveryfavorconsistentw !'

John Knight were lightering sand from This is not her Srst visit to Melbourne, so EAU GALLIK. with conservative banking gnUited.CORRESPXDEXTS { { t i
.. Dixon's point, to be used on Mr. Miot's her friends here are all glad to see her. The recent rams have started the new : i F '
t growth on all our citrus trees. Seaboard National Bank of New York,
new house. We saw some fine palmetto brushes of and National Bank of Jackson ville.TITUSVILLE. _.. .
Mrs. R. F. Jones is expected home this all sizes, made by Mr. Charlie )loi'8tmall.1 Guavas are ripening fan in this! district
and are being extensively used for jelly :
week. Her health has not been benefited We hear he has several orders .

i', as much as was hoped for by the change quantities of them, to be shipped to New I and jam.; r
-- i'ork. The steamer Kathleen is carrying the .....
of climate. .t
\ I
river mails in
I 'W\ I'I.1'eofthe steamer ,
Mr. M. G. Ellis has been busy clearing I \.
l: 1 Mrs. Travis receive-3 '''m Mrs. Canaveral. _
Mr. A. B. Tajlor's lots on New Haven !
1j C : Harrison stating -,ell was avenue up and has them in fine shape. We Loui Parker i is recovering from his; recent GROCERIES HAY GRAIN AND ALL FOOD PRODUCTS
much better b' ,
/ Jremains other citue"0 will follow! this good spell of sickness under the hands::: of
Ab- 'he salr'p hope Ve handle produce of all kinds. We are agents for MapeV Fertilisers We deal exclusively '
example. Dr. Hnghlett. in the above hues of goods and solicit the trade of all consumers Write u3 for prices on
.,1Inson'8 st''" .' Shell is being: placed on Eau Gallie's Grain and all (tnx 11 ica. delivered at your stdtion. E. L. BKADY BK r.. Tn 11ILLE FLA.MASURY'S .
'J' 'te happy in the I-
..f.d in Georgia where needed. Several
.: . I .. resent; to him t street : teams are
I .s tl.pearanee it mmrIwt at work on the job.
f. 1 } te an export PAINTS AND VARNISHES.
', it, ..... table supplied I :Much needed repairs are being put on f

j. ;< / \. j; o-'l., ,Gould is havim oj i" the county bridge crossing the Eau Gallic 'Hie great success'" ue liaie had in selling ||u-se"' ;soods anti
j j ,-- td metto come of WilUrd st n\*' 1 entertained his I river Magnolia: avenue.J. : the Krouin? demand lias", warrant out placin;; an order for

I avenue, painted c flllebS 'riei tiat being his birth-; E.: M. Hodgson, while rowing over a cat load of 30,000 pounds to Ul'l'jU' !'too II. These ;Koods, -Ire
.r for the winter sea tr it to the Lodge on Saturday last was nearly the IJCST on the UI.ul-ct and Hie I-UIt i: U ri-t; lie u j.J be;
certainly enjoyed
, ; Notwithstanding tlu ij c-e'rved bountifully with, I upset by a frolicsome manatee.C. pleased" to send jon color cards and quote 3011 prices. .

mosquitoes, the small *1E is. .reall1. J. Young \'i:5itelllu8 family on Sun- EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY CO.
eaav- :
of the day .t\is -.._- lay. lie reports the work on the :Mala '
every will hour in plat aiteyes : .*.,. We hear that Mr. C. F. Conkling is bar well contract as well under way. General Oflice, KiL' litLLIi:, .'L.\.

stay open, '"<" going to build a nice new drug store just Electric lights in the East Coast Lum- lards at TitiiMille, Lau C.'alllc and Tort ieitc.

I Saturday is usually a lively I day in We glad welcome
opposite the depot. are to ber and Mipply Co's otlicea and shops area
j/ Cocoa. People come from every direction him to our neignborhood. lie will i ibeaer"General
i great improvement over the old style of GEO. N. HATCH s: : |:
boats wheels, and the :
by wagons move his stock as soon as the building isompleted. lighting.Mr. __ ___ _-_
of traveling. .
i way : and :lrs. .\in- worth, :Mr. and Mrs.II. .

1 y{, Mrs. A. M. Wesson is spending the lathing is the order of the day now. l.'. Hu ,son, Erne Taylor J. E. :M. Merchandise

1 t Th summer in Providence, R. I. She is hav- Parties go in at the end of the city wharf j Hodgson;; Bessie 1I00l :ion were among "onsi-tiu2 of everything"''' '-- .h__-- -- - = _-=:::_,

e err ing a pleasant time, but says the weather early; in the morning and late in thefternoon. the moonlight sailors last week. usually kept in a ROCKLEDQE, FLA.

T'1 is very cool. Wish she would send us [ Some of the small boys! are : Announcement notices of the marriage 4r'.t-'bc- C1 nONI' aura..... : -:::-_ ::::=

S0" some of the coolness. expect swimmers and divers, and the I,I, of Mr. Bingham, of Daytona, and :\11'- -

St. Marks guild pent their usual! inontft- ladies are improving every day'DON'T : Elsie: Uottsfoid, of Fort Pieice.onNinday) The of

Iv donation box to the church hospital in I last, have been received by bur principal Lamp Steady Habits

Orlando. Any one wishing to make any :;"- .:( <-. citizens. We tender congratulation:? and fT TV lamp that doesn't flare up or smoke, or cause vnn ***
donations to this cause can leave them I best wishe * to u-* bad lane ; the lamp that looks K W4AITN you and stays good: the 'lamp that
with Mrs.Vm.. Hindle. ; The steamer Kathleen ran into school ,, irt it ; that st never will.4' -

)' It is rumored that private enterprise If you knew how SCOTT'S I of manatees at then Gallie river entrance "the New Rochester rps

.' construct a shell road commencing I on M shortly EMULSION would build t
will Other
you 'a s lamps be offered
aiic. manatee I may you as "just as
I the back of the was com- good --
somewhere at tP "fcy may be, in some resists, but for all '
\ Currier's grove, Roekledge, and running up, increase your weight, : pletelj uaovernonS> ,, reamer, but ap- 'D c# the there s only oneTte Sew Chester arouu T+l ,good-,,ape
/ i'rtl lamPtiae''ed you is genuine, look for
saJ north to Brevard avenue, Cocoa. strengthen your weak throat I paieiitly w as-uni' u J it; every Limp has it. (Seal Varieties) thdname

) Dr. and Mrs. Howard Smith, of the and lungs and put you in condition I. I Henry L. liattuli(, ot fthellsburg.Iowa: Old can fill every Lamps lamp want.Made Nomatter TSTevdo r
in Cocoa on Moniav was cured of a stomach trouble! with I want a new whether you t
tbr houseboat Pinta, were for next winter, you lamp or atote, an old one repaired or resin,
I had been afflicted for = ; ished, a vase mounted
he has enjoyed the summeV .. which he year, by a or other make of lam transform.
neutma Dr. says make a trip north in would begin to take it now. four bo\esof Chamberlain's Stomach and ed send into a literature New ROCie9ter, we can do it. Let t>
:& but will you on t e subject.d .
;; here
eiT or weeks. Send for free sample, and try it. Liver Tablets. lIe had previously tried We are SPECIALISTS in the
u. six treatment of
month or dbeases
for a SCOTT&BOWNE. Chemists and
\ September. many other remedies a niynber of Lamps. Conaultatioo FRET:.
\ is news to tell what everybody .A 409-415 andf Pearl Street ell,druggists.New York. physicians without relief. For sale by ' TAE BOCNE$1E I'' CO
; ,eIt no 9 500. i.oo; ,, Q liirtYtaee 3s Bard .

. je, ) know* tat to be uP,with. the ite rniR. --.v-.. Wilson. & Son,druggists. U Hi i>i'fOrY.
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