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: September 5, 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: VID00642
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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t: Yr COCOA BUSINESS DIRECTORY,- Billy Hea on's best friends "didn't recognize MELBOURNE.

r WILLIAM HINDLE.-Undertaker him last week' He -had an Unfortunate Miss Jessie Sanders left on Monday for Catarrh' l : -

balmer. Bicycles and Sewing Machine supplies encounter with a nest of hor- her home in Indianola. J
r . ,Tinning and Pipe Fitting Repairing nets that changed his appearance consid- Is a constitutional disease. ; .d' 1
of Every Description. Agent for Beveridge Capt. ,S. M. Martin has been putting It originates in a scrofulous condition ol l t_
Steam Cooker. erably., his large sailboat in first. class order. the blood and depends on that condition.It ,

;" FRANK.LIPP-Practical Shoemaker Forty We may be vain, but we do think our Messrs. Nelson and Moore, knights of often causes headache and dizziness
children are the best looking, the healthiest impairs the taste, smell and hearing, af-
years experience; all, kind of repairing grip, were guests of the McBride
' I done nice and cheap; also ladies'and men's and the best behaved of any on the House Monday. fects the vocal organs,disturbs the stomach.It .
shoes made to order. river. Others may differ with us, but we is always radically and permanentlycured
:Mrs. Estella Williams is home again by the blood-purifying, alterativeand
still think it
Old Reliable tonic action ofHood's
t '.,: Store for good, fresh and,reliable goods S. D. Geiger, who. is, representing after a pleasant visit with her sister, Mrs. 1
{ Wm. Jackson at Fort Pierce. SarsapariitaThis
such as Dry Goods, Saddlery, Crockery has
..J. "Hats,Trunks and a full line of Groceries. Equitable been making Life his Assurance headquarters company in Cocoa, Mr. J. H. Baker is treating his houseto great medicine has wrought the most 1 1I
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s ,;: JARVIS HOUSE-Openall the year'round.. for the past week or ten days. He makes a nfcw coat of paint and putting home wonderful scrofula cures the of scrofulous all diseases habit.dependingon
"" ,.;: Pleasant location facing the river on riverfront daily trips to- the surrounding villages and grounds in first class order. or
} :. Rates$2.00 per day special terms by I HOOD'S PILLS are the best cathartic.L. it ? iotfri k!
:: / the week or month. and settlements. Misses Sue Hopkins'and Grace Cumin /

:','. Monday'afternoon it looked as if Mr. of Melbourne Beach, were the guestsof Alderman, for the two months Wrecked !
past ,
.., '. John Sanders would have to follow Mr. S.' Rev. Weatherwax and wife Mondayand
f INDIAN l N RIPER RIPPLES.{ left for her home in Kissimmee Tuesday
: .: : S. Jones' example and build some Tuesday.Rev. She expects to sell her property there and Your home and property
should and Mr. C. H. Stewart should be-protected by.
benches. Such a popular store Templeton
return here in the winter to reside
..' "... paragraphs Personal and Newsy Briefs import some rockers. have put down new cement sidewalks. manently. Insurancefrom
s, at Towns Along the Coast. Melbourne people believe. in good roads
Tilden Jacobs arrived in town Mon-
'. and neat homes. Everyone is looking forward to the FIRE LIGHTNING
F COCOA. day with a trunk, telescope, hat box and apron social to be given Friday eveningfor and 6YCLONES}. The ex-
.; Mr. Frank Robertson's handsome hunt is small compared to
: umbrella. He will be at his place in E. pense
the benefit of the Each
The dancing club had a full attendanceon ing Prince died town library. the 'risk of a catastrophylike
C. Johnson's store. Mr. E. E. Swinson dog Sunday evening.He
lady take an unhemmed apron with this: Write to or ask
Saturday. goes to City Point to live on his grove.Mr. was a noble fellow and will be missed
necktie to match. The gent buying the Schuyler & BranniDg Titusville,
: The Masons will have a special spread by many, as he was a favorite with all. ,
: Hodges' horse tried to get up a lit. apron will have to hem it and the finest for reliable information,

on Friday night. tie excitement on Tuesday evening by Mrs. Chas. H. Stewart, Miss Gladysand specimen of hemming will receive a prize rates etc., etc.. .. _

.. Mrs. Chas. Cole, of Eau Gall e, was in running away. The wagon was loaded Master Fletcher are home again aftera Miss Grace. Paxton, librarian accompanied -

town on Thursday.J. with good things for the picnic. The pleasant: visit*with relatives in Daytona.Itis by Miss Ethel Tyler drove down BOBBINS

.. R. Carter, of Tropic, was in town only damage was one lemon and Mr. needless to say Mr. Stewart i is now the river last Thursday to Eden, collecting -

Thursday on business. Hodges' leg slightly crushed. ,happy., books for the town library. They

Messrs. John Knight and J. R. Mot Mrs. A. H. Trafford made an eaaly Master Jamie Gard's birthday party met with grand success. All our river & GRAHAM
was! one long to be remembered by our -
in town on Saturday. ,. start on Tuesday and drove up to Dixon's neighbors gave generously. The carriagewas CO.
, were and spent the day. She says it is a young folks as Mrs. Hector gave them a filled with donations of books and (Incorporated. Paid Capital $25,000.00.)
: : I Report comes from Orange, N. J., that good surprise in the shape of ice cream up
lovely drive along the river road in the magazines, which is a great. addition to This landsin
Col. Harrison is quite ill. horses that cake etc. May he live to enjoy many I and company owns
morning, only she! objects to our library highly'appreciated.
+ the Indian River Coun-
*.>] : Mrs. M. Wallace visited.the family of won't wait after you open the gate. more such pleasant days. I
the St. Lucie River
k I Mr. J. F. Mitchell on Monday. Mr. Claude Beaujean gave a sailing o G 0 _0000 e p fo o e try, on ,
Ex-Senator G. S. Hardee, wife and 0 I" at New River, and on Bis-
in honor of Miss Jessie Sanders.
.1_ Born on Tuesday, August 26th, to Mr. Mrs. party .
daughters are visiting hid daughter, cayne Bay.
The following were on board the yacht
<, and Mrs. A. Dyal, a daughter. G. W. of Janesville Wis. '
i 9 ; Skelly, They Ida May: Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Goode, it PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
C. D. Provost, cf Georgiana, was trans- report having a delightful time, but the the Misses Jessie Sanders Annie and Jes- I I u Send fur land list.

acting business here on Friday. weather-is much cooler than they are accustomed sie Goode, Messrs. A. J. Hoke, S. M / 1 :- : /_ \ OFFICES AT . .
to in their southern home. : TITUSVILLE AND MIAMI.
Lawrence Allen, of Courtenay, came Martin, Alex. J. Goode, John Nicholson. r

f over to meet relatives on Saturday. Marcellus Rambo, a son of Dr. Rambo, The following is the programme for the EAST COAST MEAT MARKET.

Miss Georgiana Capron, of Lotus, was of Marietta, Ga., has arrived in town to literary on Friday'evening, Sept. 5th, at _

1 up on Thursday to do some shopping. superintend an addition to his father's the home of Mrs. II. 0. SneJeker: Parliamentary WINES 1 UQUOr G. F. DUREN, Agent,
residence. Dr. Rambo the R.
A. 0. Lapham will send a carload of drill, Dr. Peek; reading, Mr. i
I to Miami from his Hillside dairy.. H. Patterson grove in, Rockledge last Fred Fee; vocal solo Mrs. Fred Ma k; -
,' cows spring. The family expect to be here reading Rev. Templeton; piano solo, Florida :
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1 Nat Fish made a.trip to Titusville to early the coming season. Mr. Rambo is Miss Mattie Brown; debate, "Re>:olved, _ _

look at horses to try and find one to suit. the'guest of Mr. J. M. Sanders.It I the Public Speaker Exerts Greater Influence t i $ 1 I.L' I. and

r. '-, Mr. Fred Bergman, of Bergman & is not'cften one gets an opportunityof I than the Writer," affirmative, Mr. f \Western

t t';; Storm, of Indianola: was in town on seeing a cyclonic cloud, but such was Fre Floe Dr. Peek; negative, Rev. 'Tem

4 '.: Monday. the case on last Tuesday afternoon. The pleton; music, Miss Annie Goode and open up one of my bottles of ifiM-1 11eats
Messrs. Claude Beaujean and S. M. Mar OLD WINE OR WHISKEYand
Quite a number came over from Geor cloud looked much like a flattened bal-

.: . giana in a sailboat Saturday to do some loon with a hard, sharp funnelshapedneck tin. friends drink and to self.the These health goods and are prosperity pure and of

thopping. and resembling the description of I For a bad .taste in the mouth take wholesome. Unexcelled for richness,strengthand kladstl

# :Messrs.: Hodges, Gore Gibert and the one that wrecked Louisville some I. Chamlterlain's Stomach and Liver Tab flavor. Right for health and hospitality. .

in the on the years ago. Fortunately for us it passed lets. For tale) by Wilson & Son.fasted R. L.1\o1lo!
Powers are taking picnic ; w,
out to sea. nn ___ __ u _
! west side. I TITUSVILLE and COCOA. Titusville, Florida. I IJ
r Mrs. Hodges with little Lawrence II
Miss Jessie Sanders passed through : Roy I
Trafford and John Tucker started Saturday -
town on her way home after a visit in
evening for the west side. They Gold as.
Melbourne.Mr. Pritchard & Son
camped at Mocr.asinIonnd Saturday I (
W. R. Sanders and daughters night, reaching Fort Christmas about 10 ,

Misses Alice and Beatrice, were in town o'clock Sunday. While there they will Headquarters
I The gold that you can't see, in a for . .
1 on Monday. take in a wedding, a hunt and the annual Watch Case, is wasted gold; for it 1
f" It is rumored that Mrs. J. A. Paine and picnic, and from all reports the picnic is I adds nothing to the beauty of the
I Case, adds much td its cost, and is 'f'to
Miss Lovey will occupy their pleasant something fine. not as strong as some cheaper metals. H ARDW AR <
homes this month. I In the
r The dramatic entertainment given at I
Mrs. C. J. Schoonmaker had a re- the opera house on Thursday night was a !, JAS. BOSS .

>:. lapse last week, but is improving under decided success. Miss Williams, with I STIFFENED CASE Tinware, Crockery, Stoves... j.: t '

i.r Dr. Hughlett's treatment. her "wad of gum," took the house by I GOLD Boat Goods, Paints Oils, -\ ..... . /. -

'. Miss Henrietta Abney, who is visitingher storm. Miss Singleton was truly "fasci ( a sheet af stiffening metal take the and ;} IVVOODENVV
of the hidden and wasted gold -
nating. :Miss Lapham carried out her I place .
sister, Mrs. A. Abney, of City Point, I makes the case stronger, cheaper,
,#. was in town on Thursday. part ns an admirer of rank excellently. I yet preserves all its gold beauty A.FlE
Messrs. Van Haute and Powers are always : The Case is guaranteed for 25 years' Write for prices.
Mrs. Kate Brown, who has had con- enjoyable. With Fred Travers at : wear. For sale by TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.
tinued fever for some time, is improving I i
the Angelus the balance of the eveningwas i
: and will soon be convalescent. spent in dancing. The receipts were C. L. MAN DAVILLE, Box 212.

1 :Miss Sadie Snell visited in town last $1)0.14, showing the gathering to be one TITUSVILLE.I .TAMES-P'RITCHARD, President. C. S. SCHUVLEH, :.aabir.r,
.; week. Miss Snell will teach at Kissim- of the largest we have had in the hall. W.M. BROWN, Vice-Freaident. 9P.S. BBANNINO, Asr.. Cishjer.

r' mee this coming term of school. The proceeds go to furnish the stage with I
Mr. and Mrs. Raulerson were trying to I'lKIlCK. .
find a house to rent on Monday, so as to .
if Not Doomed For Life, Gallie
Mr. George Paddison, of Eau ,
move their family nearer a school. Depository.
\ ,Ii-t ]. "I was treated for three years by good was in town Tuesday.The .

; .' 'i .. )lr. and Mrs. Frank La Roche passed doctors," writes W. A. Greer" :McCon-: gun club had a lively shooting contest Authorized Capital$100,000. ,

3 a' '1. through Cocoa on Saturday. They have i nellsville, Ohio, "for piles and fistula, last Friday afternoon.Mr. Paid up Capital, $ 25,000. :

t been to the Carolinas % Yl 'Lmmer. but, when all failed, Bucklen's Arnica I Wade Harris and family left here Average Deposits, $100,000.TRANSACTS -c\c" 1 t
Salve cured me in two weeks." Cures
It is reported tBTeral places I ioosi- I for Cocoanut Grove last Saturday night. J
"r \\ name va u inJ a, burns, bruises, -cuts, corns, sores, eruptions .

.} ,\,, f 1 t.\tion""' -.steamer... Cour..ppan,ca elder ...'vs it .oil'arbe- salt rhc U did.niles, or no pay. )Ir. G. S. Tucker left for Titusville on General Banking A'I'I

)y 'i; / opted from Tschip icy all drug sg! round? Monday, returning home Tuesday afternoon -

l % '-. compounded of I" Jur s ldK.-: are forbid by la\ .
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i J,' and peek, V lung cc iats to be found. I Mr. Godfrey Wilson returned a few
; .I / ",:>t 'n(1 ',n rThe kJI haki, too: n< to I| days ago from a visit to hb home in North Bank ou the Itiver. ,
c dors won'thrrP "I t
.I I ia I a n S Carolina.
) : A" "., o 'I s '. I Exchange Bought and Sold on -- I
( .I; i J .. /'-f..f J''" I Rev. C. A. Fulwood, of Jacksonville, all Foreign Countries.
(, Anxious brr L i iJOW i preached Sunday and Monday evening in
/4. I.L' Anil .. knows that the Methodist church, assisted by Rev. Patronage appreciated. Prompt service.. I
'_( polite treatmentand every favor consistent
;f \ \-Jn better than I Dr. Moore. with conservative banking granted.CORRESPONDENTS 1

I,: \. ttt maybe the same Prof. Jas. R. Pomeroy and bride returned : : + f r

s Capt. Ramseyc they I from their wedding trip Thursdayof Seaboard National Bank of New York,
who has been up in 1, Jot '.. .,-J may seem the same last week. They are housekeeping in and National Bank of Jacksonville. _

/ fX leks but some plants are weak and the Reynolds cottage.Mr. .
/ I North Carolina resting ,.... ... TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.
returned Friday.Mrs. I. others strong. A. I. Iloofnagle had a neighborhood - ,

/ I Bliss has returned to'1.. tome in And that's the way with party last Friday. They raised their E. L. BRADY - -
/ Orlando. Trixie Kitching wit( remain!1i ildren. water tank and tried a new gasoline en- BRO.,
with Mrs. Jarvis and attend the Cocoa31 a L They are like young gine they,had just purchased::: _..- - -- --. a

school this winter. *hone'Ie "ints. Same food, same home, Mr. C. II. Whitner, representing Sum- GROCERIES, HAY, GRAIN AND ALL FOOD PRODUCTS.

We have one opera house and twoO! : tyne care but some grow big ner & Co., of Jacksonville, and W. T. tte handle produce of all kinds. We are agents for Maces' Fertilizers.

churches. A large audience greeted the and strong while others stay Moore, representing Swift & Co., were iri the above lines of goods, and solicit the trade of all COllsumers. Vriil deal for exclusivelyGrain
amateurs on Thursday, but both churches small and weak.Scott's guests of the hotel over Sunday.The -and all Groceries delivered at your station R L BRADY & BRO., TITl'SVILLE prices, Fu.on

J 11 were closed on Sunday. river at this point is full of tarpon. - - -

39; s' The Courtenay and Indianola base ball Emulsion offers an I I| They can be heard jumping in large A MASOm PAINTS AND VARNISHES

teams had a game on the Indianola easy way out of the difficulty.Child j schools at night. Enthusiastic tarpon .l

grounds on Friday. A party attended weakness often means fishermen are now in their glory, many I The great succ's' ice hate hud In "elllnr-
from here in F. Fisher's launch. leaving every day to fish for them. the growing dcmand has u'raJited our ( M! good! and
starvation, not because of lack a carload of 30,000 ..aladnnn order for
Miss Grace Keenhold and uncle Mr.\ pound to arrive
Our colored in full blast, of food, but because the food ;:.toe II" 511i the market and tile soon. 'J'hcI! goods are
William wh- have been vis'r PRICE I.
.... S there being about one hundred pupils d rlglll, We W1111he
\t does feed. '' d wa Sou color cards and
not quote
taught by two excellent teachers in a Miss ifutilfl. : 8tliS lOU pricey.i .

very creditable two-story school house. Scott's Emulsion really feeds v Gl--l COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY CO.
their \Ne4"f.headache! and all | ,
( and the child from com- : neral Office, E.-\U G.-\LLIE
I Dr. and Mrs. Cipron and daughters, gives growing day moving.ffr ==": FL.t.

'.'. Misses Jessie and Georgiana, of Lotus, strength. Mrs. W. P. Jttof,"-'> eanl\O; out ap- t Tltusi'Ille'Eau Galile and Fort I-Ierce.
passed through here on their way to Sea .Whatever the of weak-
cq cause :Mary: Lou, formerly v- -
/ saj i' breeze, where they will spend a month. ness and failure to grow- through here )Monday' hel1burgJ9Y::: HATCH: : :: ::

p ma' \ The Cocoa Avilah library is well looked Scott's Emulsion seems to findit their home in West PaVJlUpUbiekTtPft'2. \'Pa Dealer in
"' f; after. Its president, Mrs. W. G. Paterson spending a few months vIsit \ th General

..1\c thl \ superintends it personally. All the and set the matter right.Send city of Savannah.Mrs. Merchandi

c1 noel t by papers from this end of the county are J Scott& Bowne Chemists for free,409 sample.Pearl St.,New Yorkt P. H. Gilbert and two chi(t'frr' consisting .of everything'.I_.., d remedy ..&tormJS SIat4;. f
.. Il\ 'Ib regularly on its tables. -.1: joe. and f i.oo;all drug"*"*' _LA_' - been visitin4J"-r PhilaIP11'CJ"S f e h ld. Ifery .ucceedil1 day warned UI that ire would .ew.T."DOB', PL
at It(0 him. and his po'emen' .
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