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 12, 1902
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
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).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00075901
Volume ID: VID00643
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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f : COCOA BUSINESS DIRECTORY. N.M.Flsh FORT,PIERCE. '
has received the appoint- 'P
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General DebilityDay ( ;
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k. I WILLIAM HINDLE.-Undertaker and Em- ment of supervisor of roads for the north School will open'for the fall'term next t i

. ::1 balmer. Bicycles: and Sewing Machine sap- half of the county. Mr. Fish under- Monday, the 15th. in and out there is'that'feeling of

t ... plies,Turning and Pipe Fitting, Repairing stands the making of. roads thoroughly, weakness: that makes a,burden of itself. .
of Mr. G. &. Tucker :left Sunday morning .
Every Description.Agent Beveridge '
: in Food does not strengthen.
judging from: the roads he has built 'lJU\
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Steam for
Cooker. a two weeks' visit to White Sulphur
:; : this vicinity. Springs. Sleep does not refresh.It .
FBANK LIPP Practical Shoemaker. Forty is hard to do, hard to bear, what
: of The.Mason's supper last' Friday nightwas Mr. W. J. Nesbitt left Sunday for Eau :
years experience; all kind repairing should be easy-vitality is on the ebb,and ;
.. s .' J. done nice and cheap; also ladies'and men's a swell affair, visiting members from Gallie. Mrs. Nesbitt and grandson are the whole system suffers. -Vi''.,<
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aMes made to order. the Titusville and Melbourne lodges being -
spending a few days in Ankona at Mr. For this condition take

: ; GO TO J. M. SANDERS, The Old Reliable present, also the district deputy Will Pomeroy's.
Store, for good fresh and reliable goods from Miami. The supper was given in Hood's SarsaparillaIt ,"
t- W. returned froma
Mrs N. has
if# each as Dry Goods Saddlery, Crockery the town hall at 1150 p. m. Forty-three Hendry vitalizes the blood, gives vigor and tone ,
Hats,Trunks and a full line. of Groceries.. long visit to her old"home in Titusville.Her I !i 1 1 tt1
persons sat down to the table, which extended to all the organs and functions, and ,isrositively
Hindle many friends are pleased to see her unequalled for all run-down $r 1', ,rl ij
: JARVIS HOUSE Open all the year round. the length of the hall. Mrs. -
all debilitated conditions.
home is
Mr. now
again. Hendry
Pleasant location facing the river on rivera who had charge of the supper, is to I
1 h front. Rates$2.00 per day,special terms by be complimented on the manner in smiles, as he don't like keeping bachel HOOD'S FILLS cure constipation 26 cents.
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.. month.
the week or or's hall.
which it and served.
f was prepared Mrs. Mack and Miss Edith Mack left "'
Mrs. M. A. Tyler gave a grand surpriseto Wrecked !

8RIPPLES. For a bad taste in the mouth take her son, F. M. Tyler, and his wife on Wednesday for their home in Alabama
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I : after a pleasant visit with Mrs. Mack's Your home and property
s r :. Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tab- Monday evening, it being the fifteenth I should be protected by....
lets. For sale by Wilson & Son. anniversary of their marriage. Their : mother, Mrs: H. 0. Snedeker. _

... Paragraphs Personal and Newsy Briefs many friends arrived about 7:30 o'clock I. The launch Dreamer, Capt. S. M. Martin Insurance .

I a : : at Towns Along the Coast. Prospective Piano Purchasers to celebrate their crystal wedding, bring- took the following Masons to Cocoa from FIRE. LIGHTNINGand i

You want to purchase a piano, and you ing with them many handsome and use- ; last Friday to attend a Masonic banquet. CYCLONES. The expense i

r COCOA. can save from $50 to $100 on same by cor- ful presents. The ladies furnished cake : They all report a most delightful time is small compared: to f,
with E. B. Wager Titusville. and ice and the fur- ; and treated their brother the risk of a catastrophy
The picnickers are all home and report responding cream gentlemen were royally by like this. Write to or ask :
,! fine time. Why pay $250 for a piano that we will nished music for the dante, which was Masons In the party were Rev. Tem-
a Titusville
Sclmyler &: Brannlng t
sell you for $175 You must have moneyto heartily enjoyed by all and fully appre- pleton, Dr. L. A. Peek and Messrs. C. II. ,
ri has moved his family to information,
Mr. Atkins the dealer that tremendous for reliable
throw
: to give
away
r. Dixon's. profit. Our instruments are ciated by Mr. .,rid Mrs. Tyler. Stewart, Chas. McBride, Capt. T. C. West rates eta, etc. t

,: I fully guaranteed. We are simply satis, The apron social given fqr the benefit The sad news reached friends in Melbourne - --- -- - -- -
Fishermen brought in on Wednesday "
tied with a small profit. Write us for of the town library last Friday in the Tuesday that Mrs. Amelia E. I

.I, f ; .: morning 2,600 fish. further particulars, stating just what you school house was a grand success socially Valentine, of Till man, had died Sunday, ROBBINS

s : : ... Mrs. Geo. Leddra is still quite ill, we want. and financially. The amount of $34 was the; 7th inst., at Marietta, Ga., after a few

f!, f. e are sorry to report. EAU GALLIE. raised. The guessing contest on the i days' illness. Her remains will rest in & GRAHAM

a .; :Mr. Alfred Harrison has been indisposed quilt was won by Mr. S. J. Russell, of the family lot in Cincinnati. She leaves --. 00.

f t. but is now feeling better. Capt. J. -Andrews returned to Tib- Eden, who guessed the correct number of a host of friends:! in Melbourne who extend -
: l Paid Capital 2500000.)
jo j' s bals on Sunday. blocks] -1'JOo-and he received the prize, their heartfelt sympathy to her be- (Incorporated. up
Mr. J. Gibert has moved bis family lands .
; Dr. Lansing is adding a line of grocer- a handsomely decorated cake. For the reaved family. This company owns

j ; into the Magruder-Hill house. ies to his drug business. best specimen of hemming, Mr. A. L. in the Indian River Coun-

t 1V: i i i c' Miss Lilla Sanders is visiting the family Miss Hodgson is at home again, after a Hildreth received the prize, a neat little STUAKT. try, on the St. Lucie River,

:. .; of W. R. Sanders at Indianola. two months' visit in the north. work basket complete. Mr. W. A. Bass R. C. Ledbetter and A. L. Lane madea at New River, and on Bis-

; Mr. Hindle i is putting a new tin roof received the booby prize, three imported business trip to Jensen :.Saturday.Mra. cayne Bay.
J f, Mrs. Wm. Treutler is looked for
; daily
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I cirars.Ir.. and Mrs. Backus
: I on the residence of :Mr. John Gore. after a pleasant visit in Chicago. George H.V.. Bessey has left Stuart to PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES. :
in their
usual
pleasing manner, accompanied -
Mrs. Chas. Whittaker has been very ill sang visit her old home in Nashville, Tenn., Send for land list.
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Repairs on the county bridge over the by Mrs. 11. L. Goodwin on OFFICES AT . .
this week, but is improving at present. where she will spend a-few months. MIAMI.EASTC"OASTlEAT
Eau Gallie river are completed.The the school organ. The sociable was superintended I TITUSVILLE AND _
?" : Mrs. W. S. Norwood, of Titusville, is is by Miss Grace Paxton, who C. W. Corbett has just completed his.
Hypoluxo on Hodgson's
! : r ; visiting her daughter, Mrs. J. Mitchell. being overhauled for the fall business.ways deserves much credit for her hard work. Fast launch and had a large party out on MARKET.

1 Powers visited Macon, Ga., last Big Fire In Fort Pierce. Sunday. The boat is the fastest on the
John G. F. DUREN
y. Robert Mensell has the Treutler placein river. Agent,
week, and this week he paid Kissimmee The built last
readiness for the owner, who is daily large building summer
I fi; .a'visit. expected. by Reuben Carlton, Jr., was totally destroyed B. W. Glisson, a resident of Daytona,
''k ; ,. has located in \\'a'a for a while. Everyone
vis- fire last
been
has
Effie Bradford who by Saturday morning
Mrs. Florida
: E, Spiller has his sail boat in the water
will find
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is hoping we a permanent
side about 2 o'clock. The downstairs
iting her old home on the west returned was
; again newly painted and looking like !
a settler in Mr. Glisson. '
; this week. used for a saloon and the upstairs for a l and
i vessel.
>.. i t Mr. and Mrs. T. Roy Puckett and son new dance hall. The fire was well under way B. Hitching, our postmaster, is makinga \Western\
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Mr. and Mrs. Robinson and Mr. and when first discovered and it was utterly lawn which nearly surrounds his house.
is much
and there rejoicing
,i : arrived in on the Friday family. Mrs. Harris, of Tibbals, were in Eau impossible for a person to venture into Great improvements are being made )Ieats i

l ; : Gallie Monday.. the building, consequently nothing was throughout Stuart at present. .7

i Mrs. M. Thomas has rented her houseto Major Jordan has one of the best cared saved. The building, fixtures and furni- Misses Amy,Silvia and Agnes Kitching, f of allKinds
1 g' -to a party from Nashville, who expects tot insured. It took effortsto
for homes in Eau Galie! and has kept ture were strong Stanley hitching, B. Kitching, II. C. Led-

i .. : J f occupy it December 1st. his vegetable garden going all summer. save the building: north, owned by D. better and A. L. Lane had a fine sail in a .
11)0 Mr. and Mrs. Raulerson have rented L. Alderman and occupied by Robt.
p The breeze
afternoon.
3 : Alex. Near has fenced in and improvedhis large sloop Sunday
i .' a house in Titusville for the benefit oft lot on Houston street and intends Johnston: who keeps a fine bakery and was fine and the boat madesplendld) time
# their children. restaurant. All of Johnston's furniturewas Titusville Florida.
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1 schooling adding a story to his private residence. and everybody enjoyed a good time. ,
carried out and about fifty of our citi-
f .T Mrs. Geo. Hall and daughter, Julia, of -
'
: Capt. Bennett is fitting up the Rochester zens worked heroically, forming a bucket -
5 with Mr. John Sanders !
visited
. :Sebastian, with and mattresses in The East Coast railroad
new springs brigade. men
', .. and family last .,'eek.J Jas. Pritchard & Son
i
{ h J.\ preparation for the winter tourist busi- worked hard with their engine, carrying ,

J Dr. Hu hlett's house is fast nearing water from their large tank, and the
It will be a lovely home ness.The Headquarters
completion. building was saved, after catching fire
work of erecting a water tank on for. . ,
and an ornament to our town. three tin1t's.Ir.. Johnston lost several "
; l. the Eau Gallie river for the use of steamers -

t ; Mr. and Mrs. Porcher and family, who is fast being pushed by the workmen hundred dollars' worth of groceries that

f have been spending some time at Seas engaged.The were stored in his warehouse, which was HARDWAHEI.

1 [ breeze arrived home Thursday. burned to the ground. The depot was .
; s ,
E.
F. C. the
railway bridge over
and
scorched the window glass in lIen-
There will be services at the Methodist Eau Gallie river is overhauled and
,
church next Sunday morning at 11 renewed where being A number of dry & Goldsmith's store was broken by ...Tinware, Crockery, Stoves... *.s

o'clock l and at 7:30 in the evening. the necessary.work. the intense heat. At one time it lookedas Boat Goods Paints Oils ,
men are on \
if the whole block would be burned.
\ .r :, I ... The sound of the mowing machine is Many inquiries are coming in for build- If there had l been a high wind it would and t i.i :

t' r t.t heard. Everyone is making hay and ing lots and furnished cottages for the have been a disastrous fire. Now what VVOODENVV AR.E\ '

P cleaning groves at the same time. coming winter season. A busy winter is this town needs is a fire department. Write for prices. -. -

.... ,. {t Prof. and Mrs. Macey- arrived on )Ioni looked for in Eau Gallie. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.Box .
will be in Xot Doomed For Life,
; l Z: '. day's train. Mrs. Macey 212.

charge of the primary department of our "I was treated for three years by good -

/ j ; school. doctors," writes \\'. A. Greer" Macon JAMES PHITCHARD President. C. S. SCHUYLER, cashier.

The Episcopal Sunday school will reopen ConsumptionThe nellsville, Ohio, "for piles and fistula, W.M. BROWN. Vice-President. W.S.BRANNING, Aist. Cashier.

next Sunday, the 14th. Mr. Cresson but, when all failed, Bucklen's Arnica

.. ; the superintendent, desires a' full Salve cured me in two weeks." Cures INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK.County

attendance.Miss burns, bruises, cuts, corns, sores, erup

tions, salt rheum, piles, or no pay. 5c.
Edith hitching, who has been kind of Depository.
only consump-- at all drug: stores.
t visiting Mrs.Jarvis, left Tuesday for Sew tion to fear is "neglected Authorized Capital$100,000.
.
,; ,:; Orleans, where she holds a position as a I I
,, trained nurse. consumption. Paiiii up Capital, $ 25,000. l"\r"V
I .6-
f r+ 1, Zack and Jerry Dixon fine jd some People are learning that consumption I Average Deposits, $10.0,000.TRANSACTS -II :-

r fi carpenter work for M I Dines is a curable disease.: Wasted Gold A r ,-

last week and this w; \ 5
its
the house sta'V It is neglected consumption General Banking Business. V2 ,
opera ) m:1 I
; -i to
i i i 5 ....... that is so oitr fusodfable.IJi The gold that you carat see, in a
; i Watch Case is wasted gold ; for it Largest ant! Oldest
l" tr:1 r* 4. e loicion of :I adds nothing to the beauty of the
I i Ali Case, adds much to its cost, and is Hank on the River. ?
f ):t. nh.ttlc ofiastt I' not as strong as some cheaper metals '
1 jlf fl In the Exchange Bought and Sold on ,: ,

; I / beginkin' JAS. BOSS all Foreign Countries. .
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!' STIFFENED CASE Patronage) aplIn'c atl.d. Prompt service,
/ Emulsion.nousandS GOLD polite treatuifiitiind every favor consistent::
fiie.bo with conservative banking: granted.
,.
s a sheet of stiffening metal takes the
r / OfSIh : place of the hidden and wasted gold, CORRESPONDENTS:
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J :-ce anaThompsoITpand -i I7ie balance inc I makes the case stronger cheaper Seaboard National Hank of New York -
1 Jack sat I yet preserves all its gold beauty. of t"i. na
j and National Bank Jacksonville.TITUSVILLE ,
L'ow, Scotland, last Saturd. :: .*/or h j For sale by

arrive in Ilockledge about th % ,r* consumption dots i FLORIDA.

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The rock is on the ground fo. ."?fl, not exist where' Scott's Emul- C. L. MANDAVILLE,

r' elation for Mr. J. M. San ler's st Yflr '-on: is. : TITUSVILLE. E. L. BRADY & BRO.GROCERIESHAYGRA ., _

will move his store away from tlr*. I tl'Ol (, I = i

( and remodel and improve in gener e :'ompt use of Scott's EmulAuhecks NANDALL FOOD PRODUCTS.
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t Mr. Breeze was made happy rt'C 1I .. ;1 the disease while it'eoe -- MELBOUISNE. We handle produce of all kinds. We are agents for Mapes' Fertilizers. We deal exclusively

1 .q \ by a settlement with the railroad el ,'- i : checked.Send Mr. Chas. McBride is adding a storeroom in the above lines of goods and solicit the trade of all ii3UiH-i,. Write us for prices on
4 pany on account of the fire which burned to his grocery store. Grain and all Groceries, delivered at your htation. E. L. BRADY i BRO..TITVSVILLE. FIJI

his entire He received $10,000 in for free sample.
t grove. Mr. Steve Geiger, the popular life insurance }
VARNISHED
cask.The DOWN Chemists.
hard SCOTT & JASURH PAINTS AND
409-415 Pearl Street, New York agent, was in Melbourne last Sat-
Avilah's friends now
appear every
urday.Mr. .
lIrs.1.. Soc. and }i oo; aU druggists.j The great success we hate had in selling these f
Last week Thompson ;
and then. Cha Horton and daughter, Miss goods!! and
had the lot cleaned and =-- the growing demand has! warranted om placing an
of Merritts, Pierce in town last ; order for
Sibyl, of Fort were to
of
a carload 30,000 pound arilr'c.oou. '
> nice walk made, which has improvedits These goods are
a Friday.Mr. the I5KST on the market and the I'UICC is right We
appearance very much. LIPPI N eOTT'S i I I will be
Edgar G. Jones, .rf Baltimore, arrived """'sed t---l you color cards and quote you prices

The Misses Aline and Daisy Brady and infamily. MelbourrJaimUays t visit h'-- '' 1'OAST LUMBER & SUPPLY

( Kate Pritchard, accompanied by Messrs. MONTHLY MAGAZINEA ) i CO,
S. :: J 1ltI rot.vas "Krai
cotes Oflice EAU
= Ewa GILLIE FL.
FAMILY LIBRARY %.
Van Haute and Scobie, came in on Mon J"fof( 1l\"CV' but
Mr.Melbournellie. Ar a
day's train and sailed to Titusville the The Best in Current Literature floI i tun lie, Eau fialiie and Fort Pierce.

in Mr. Van Haute's sail- pas1J
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game evening --
McBride ,
boat. 12 COMPLETE NOVELS YEARLY N.! ? T uwa, HATCH .. -
Editor E. D. Oslin and-trouble with (T .'
MANY SHORT STORIES AND : ,
\ 'Tis a pleasant sight on Sunday afternOOns :Miss Lilla arrived Monday"era 'y
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PAPERS ON TIMELY TOPICS iStaler ill
C the out driving.
to see people Pines X. C. ft General
ei u We enjoy seeing the tourists in the win- $2.50 PER YEAR; 25 CTS. A COPY >aisiating Merchandise
tolhegustine
oi ter, but in the summer they are people NO CONTINUED STORIES Mr.: Geo. Phillips took a trip

:\pU'i whom we know and take more interest EVERY NUMBER COMPLETE IN ITSELF last weekwh'Ue:; his wife"yu\ WQ
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