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 19, 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).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075901
Volume ID: VID00644
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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., \ \ THE FLORID. .STAR.FRIDAY:: .SEPTEMBER. 19. 1902. ..._. .. 4.. ...... ___ ... ........ t r_.Y

"COCOA'. .;' i< -, : ''' . '. ":'< ;.- _. .... a ;,< T : . I'
: BUSINESS D REC1'ORY. The librarian of the Avilah, Mrs.AdamS. The' steamer 'Canaveral has resumed -

;4 WILLIAM HINDLE.Undertaker and Em- Dixon, desires that some of the ladies carrying the mail on the Banana river Jin ,Ancient. Foe

balmer, Bicycles and Sewing Machine supplies in"town will assist in keeping the library route. 'To health and is Scrofulaas J
:, ,Tinning and Pipe,Fitting, Repairing happiness
and after- j.tom.
on Wednesday Saturday
of Every Description. Agent for. Bevtridge open The steamer,Hypoluxo is being put in ugly as ever since time immemorial.'
from 4 till 5:30 o'clock.
Steam Cooker. noons first-class order for the winter season'swont It causes bunches in the neck, dis- .

r; FRiNKUPP Practical Shoemaker. Forty One of the interesting children around '. ,: f'' figures the skin, inflames the mucous, \\

r .F years experience; all kind of repairing town is little Charlie Hibbs, of Rock- The steamer Kathleen is engaged towing -, membrane, wastes the muscles, weakens -

done, nice and cheap; also ladies'and men's ledge, who comes to school on a very the fish boats nightly to and from the the bones, reduces the power of
shoes made to order. small' he his
bicycle. When makes
up
fishing grounds on the Banana river. resistance to disease and the capacityfor o i zI
GO TO J. M. SANDERS: The Old Reliable mind to go' he bends over like a professional -
Store, for good, fresh and reliable goods racer.. Thos. Sumter killed a large'rattle snakein recovery, and develops into con'

Bach as Dry floods, Saddlery, Crockery, the grove of Mrs. .S. E. Barbour sumption. :
Hats Trunks and fall line of Groceries. From observations we judge the juvenile -
a Sunday. The skin has been preserved. "A bunch appeared on tr-" 'pft side of
base bailers here have rules the
JABVIS HOUSE Open all the year round. seniors have not. One is that I School Xo. 5 will be opened on Monday my neck. It caused great p.., ..s lanced,
they
i 4 are and became a running sore. 1 \\cut into a
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m" Pleasant location facing the river on terms river by all umpireS, and the champion is the one September 29th, at 8:30: anu; Miss general decline. I was perf Laded to try
the front.week Rates or month/$2.00 per day,special who gets the most blacked up, sanded I Newell will have charge of the school for Hood's Sarsaparilla, and when I had isV-a 1 t orlrid s
six bottles neck : healed, and I have
my
the term. A full attendance is asked.C. rag
up, torn, banged and most unrecognizable. never had any trouble of the kind since."
J. RIPPUS. L. Taylor is erecting a windmill on !!Bs.K. T. SSTDEB.. Troy, Ohio. Wrecked !

1 ,. INDIINR11ER Mrs. Futch left on Tuesday's train for his home lot. This will be used for Hood's Sarsaparillaand Your home and property

r 1 Ft Pierce to make her home with her pumping water for irrigating as well as should be protected by. .. ,

': 0 Paragraphs Personal and Newsy Briefs son. Grant Futch has.long been one of for house use. Alex. Near is doing the Pillswill Insurance

at Towns Along the Coast. the landmarks, but she is growing old wood work rid you of it, radically and permanently from FIRE LIGHTNING

t and feeble and is not able to look after During a runaway on Tuesday >on as they have ,rid thousands. and CYCLONES. The ex- A

.Y.' COCOA. her own comfort, so has decided to go to Young street, Mr. Moore, representingSwift pensejs small
I Mr. Tom Cantine was in town on Tues- her son, who will take care of her. Packing company, and Mr. Battle, .Mrs. J. J. Wallace and children left the risk Write of a catastrophy ask ?
like this. to or ,
A day.Mrs. Mr. James G. Warren, who recently representing the Winchester Arms company i Stuart Monday to join Mr. Wallace in Schuyler &: Branning Titusville. ,
J. W. Packard is enjoying an out- exchanged his hotel property, the Lon were thrown out and well shaken I Micco, where he has charge/ of an orange ,
for reliable information ;
.. : ing in Georgia. wood, for the Harry Ever grove, owned up. The driver, a colored man, escaped : grove. rates; etc., etc . . . .,.;t',,;
ill but is by Mr. :Michael: is occupying rooms at unburt. The horse was cat up consider ---- - '
,*' Mrs. M. Goula his been quite The new firm of Parks Bros., successors
Mr. M. Could's. Mr. Warren is from ably by coming in contact with a barbed
now improving. to G. W. Parks, is adding on to the
Providence, R. I. He is well pleased wire fence, and the carriage. was some- building, preparatory to putting in a ROBBINSGRAHAM
Johnson is having improvements
Lige with the east coast and will probably locate what damaged also. larger stock. '
} made on his home. in this vidnitv.: & g '

_
C. Barnes Sanders, of Indianola, was :Not Doomed For Life, .
in town on Tuesday. For a bad taste in the mouth takeChamberlain's JAS.BOSSSTI CO.
"I was treated for three years by good
Stomach and Liver'Tablets. Paid Capital $25,000.00.)
y' s Mrs. S. A. Osteen, of Lotus, was a visitor For sale by Wilson & Son. Gol. WATCH CASE doctors," writes W. A. Greer" McCon- (Incorporated This up lands .

in town on Tuesday. nellsville, Ohio, "for piles and fistula, company owns

g, Miss Jessie Sanders is visiting her sis ROCKLEl>GE. BY t but, when all failed, Bucklen's Arnica in the Indian River Coun- : 1

Made THIS Stranger Salve cured me in two weeks." Cures try, on the St. Lucie River, .
: ,' ter, Mrs. E. C. Johnson.Dr. Mr. LeFils, the popular traveling sales

J. M. Dixon, of Titusville, is visiting man for Benedict, Pollack & Co., Jacksonville for MARK than burns, bruises, cuts, corns, sores, erup- at New River, and on Bis- -- .
was here on Monday. tions, salt rheum, piles, or no pay. 25q. cayne Bay. ".
.
his mother at Dixon's.Capt. 50 all. "
I all .
at drug stores.Prospective
; PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.Send .
School at Cocoa of
I opened on Monday '"
: has been visiting "
4 C. F. Fischer years. gold, for land list.
this week. Scholars from this
his daughter, Mrs. Adam S. Dixon. neighbor 7 Piano Purchasers.You OFFICES AT . .
t 'r hood have oiled op their wheels and as TITUSVILLE MIAMI.
4 ; l; Mrs. N. M. Fish and :Mrs.: Zack Dixon rubbed up their mental machinery! seemingly millionssold. 1 beauti want to purchase a piano, and you -- - -.

'. were calling in Cocoa on Saturday. quite glad to be at study again. ful ran save from $30:( to $100 on same by cor- I EAST COAST MEAT MARKET.!
responding with E. B. Wager, Titusville.
There is to be a ball game between Ti-
The railroad is the
company renewing Guaranteed Why $2o0 for a piano that we willsell
tusville and Cocoa teams on Friday. costs pay G. F. DUREN, Agent,
: platform and strengthening the under-
you for $175? You must have moneyto
Walter Lindaberry, of Georgiana, was pinning of their depot at this place. This for 25 YOU much throw away to give the dealer that tremendous -

a passenger on Tuesday's steamer.. puts a quietus on the talked-of removal years' wear KNOW 1083 profit. Our instruments are I'
Mrs..Jamellitchell:: of the spur from the main line to the THEM fully guaranteed. We are simply satis- Florida
Born, to Mr. and tied
with small Write for
a profit. us
river,"for a time at least.
on Saturday, September 13th, a daugh C. L. MANDAVILLE further particulars, stating just'what you ; aDd
.. Mr. A. L. Hatch returned Tuesday want. I 4 \YesternIeats

ter.The Avilah extends thanks to Mr. from a month's stay in the North Carolina TITUSVILLE. -- I

Thos. Gibbons for improvements on their mountains. His improved appearance .
S. W. MOODY
lot. speaks well for the good air and . .

,:k a Mr. Van Haute visited with Capt. water to be found among the crags and DR. LEON A. PEEK Physician and Surgeon. Electrician Gas Engine Expert. of aUKinds.

Fischer on board the Elise F. Saturday peaks of the "land of the sky." Tuesday Residence and, Melbourne.Friday afternoons.At Eau Gallie on u

t night. Miss Ella Singleton is in St. Augustinethis TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. ,

t The Episcopal Sunday school reopened week visiting her sister, Miss Ann MELBOURNE.Mr. Thoroughly understands all mechanical

with attendance Singleton, who is doing stenographicwork :: Dan :: work in these hues. Storage Batteries Dynamos
last Sunday morning a good McCarty, of Ankona, was in Magnetos overhauled and repaired
I there for the F. E. C. railway at town on a short visit last week. Correspond Solicited. Titusville, Florida. i
present. Miss Ella will open her schoolat .
.
few mosquitoes this Mr. Nathan is -: : -
We are having a Sebastian in about ten days.Dr. Downey helping Mr.
week. We presume this is the last batch Robertson do some repairs Oil Hotel
:: this season. L. Ham, Marietta. Ga., who Carleton.Mr. J as. Pritchard & Son
purchased the R. H. Patterson place last ,
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Faber spent Sun- is Steve Geier: of Miami, has spent
spring, having extensive improve- Headquarters
day with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Al- some days in Melbourne lately workingup
ments made) on the same. His son is on for. . . .
bert Faber. life insurance.Mr. -
the premises superintending the remodeling

Mr. Fred Bryan expects to return to of the house, which will be ready for Frank Gantier, one of Florida's I
.
. '. 4' Cocoa soon, and is a candidate for' the the coming of the family in October.A most popular knights of the: grip, was a H ARDW AR E/s

marshalship. cistern of immense capacity has just guest of the :McBride: house lately. (<

:Mr. Lyle Tucker, of Lotus, passed i been finished at the Taylor house (formerly )Ir. P. Powell's large house has been ...Tinware, Crockery, Stoves... 1 \'t"
through town on Sunday for a few days'outing the May place). With a few other rented for the coming season to a gentleman "

r 8 at Seabreeze. improvements this convenient and up'to- and his family from Washington. Boat Goods, Paints Oils, .. .l/

been frequent showers date house will be ready for occupancy.We and _
, + We have enjoying Mis. Henry Stark, of Bayview and ,
e ,
learn it has been leased to )lr. Wm.
T \ and the trees and vegetation
F.' lately Mrs. Frank Idner, of Wefct Palm Beach, "VVOODEN-VV A.R. '
Bradley and family, of New York for the
show the benefit of them. -
: winter season. were the guests of Mrs. John Minor this Write for.prices.

f A hop was given in the opera house week. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.Box .

.i Wednesday night under the auspices of EAU GALLIE. Mr. Chas. McBride has finished the addition 212.
': the Saturday Afternoon Dancing club. .
to his store and is
-- -
A carload of fish was shipped from Eau : grocery now -
"r JAMES PRITCHARD, President C. S. SCHUYLER raantr.W.S .
i ;/ \ -Mr. Remsen, son and granddaughterhave Gallie on Monday. having an acetylene plant put up to light W.M. BROWN, Viee-Presidfcat. BHAMs'INU, As,;. Ca hl..r.
5 have engaged the Bishop house for next the building

, t..,;.. '"' season. and will be here about December1st. good Capt.work Frank in the Houston's fish business.launch is doing beautiful Mr. Sam launch Martin for has the just U. S.finished weather a INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK.I I


t t: f Miss Ella Singleton is visiting her sis Cordwood is being brought in by bureau at Jupiter. He will take it downto

.', ';: -, ,, ter, Miss Anne, in St. Augustine. Miss lighter fl'Oll1llorth of Horse creek. Jupiter this week. County Depository.

Ella will have charge of the Sebastian Alex. Near has fenced his new lot in
Authorized
school. and cleaned it off ready for building. Proprietor F. H. Robertson, of Hotel) I Capital$100,000.
r Carleton, is a busy man now putting his I Paid up Capital, $ 25,000.
f c; : Mk Nat Fish and-Adam S. Dixon have purchased )Ir. and Mrs. James King have movedto hotel and beautiful grounds in first-das. Average Deposits, $100,000.TRANSACTS .

. s: the Rhodes mare. The,,_ children,. the residence of Capt. John Houston. order for the winter season.
_.i' "'':). 'say I her name should be -+- '"r [,'8 I 1tit The Gilbert cottages! are being painted A
:
Mr. Chas. is
Campbell these
r : )lxon. f 'FJ by E. SpiHr who is busy days
the
) pushing on
General Business.
having; the inside of his bazaar all freshly Banking
fence is bein g ark. ,I '-
I A
new 1
in
white.
painted Nothing like it to
f"oor' Gould lots, the yar'i. ) ". \. ------ show off his tine stock of dry goods, etc. Largest anti Oldest i J
.iJ. te.r '''11',

been c1aSl"l'cleaned""\, ,*y r rfl., rl fFr ntViHI E Mr. Allen Campbell, of Roseland, is Bank on the River Y rY)3+ _9 vL F

,. t'4 ,\ the guest of his mother and brother, W. Exchange Bought and Sold on # :
1If' : es It. Campbell at Hotel Bellevue. -
r Ca f .J j ... We are all Foreign Countries. r ,
."j1 r ,"'' rtool always: glad to see Mr. Campbell in Mel-
, -- -I Patronage apprecided. Prompt &<'rvil'l". r
Ixmi 3 ai'olitetreatmentaudeveryfavoreonintent
\ ;, the I ne. : ,e.
.f .f l I It with conservative bankum granted
looks if
'" on ) through already as Melbourne was to 'f
IoRPESI'UEN'1's: : I : 1
""': j JYh'j ,.... ... 1 daW tht'l' '" /I.' ... < Seaboard National 15,ink ut'1 New Y tk,
i: Wed"ftery | __ it, tn ere' r -t 'spshty ing season, judging from the many letters and National Rink ot'J.ukouille.. s4
0 A. Fulwood held services. \ ",n"J that are received inquiring for furnished
ime-springs of red blood are houses. TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.E.
We have been requested \. .
ctef in the soft of the
, that the papers are being eagerly core Miss Sue Hopkins went to Cocoa last ---

f' for the quotations, "Like L. .]; s called the marrow and Saturday, where she will teach school the L. BRADY & BRO.,

{ ghost" and "Lay on, MacDuff." "-v... i r:',ro}e say red blood also comes coming term. She taught in Melbournefor -" .- -- - ---

Mr. and Mrs. T. Roy Puckett return :\ce he spleen. Healthy bone several years and during her stay withus GROCERIES HAY GRAIN AND ALL FOOD PRODUCTS.
their Washington home this week. ?' has endeared herself to many of ns.Ve ,
and visil: J. and healthy spleenerrli \ wish her success. We handle produce nl all: Iuds, We are agents for Mapes' Fertilizers. We deal exclusively
\ Puckett expected to stay sat ,.
e in the above lice ot "II\!: and solicit the trade of all consumers. Write
:...::!. \ parents, :Mr. and Mrs. R. X. Andrt \ of fat )Ir. and Mrs. J. H. Biker and chil- Grain} and) all (ir.Ken.'.-,. dc'm-red! at your station E, L P.RADY & BRO.. TITUSVILLEyFLA us for prices on.

Y# but circumstances prevented. h 'cott's Emulsion makes new dren have returned to Jensen, after:

Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Paterson had a blood by feeding the bone spending several pleasant weeks in their i PAINTS AND VARNISH

ping pong party Monday night. There and the with Melbourne home. While here Mr. Ba- 3ASIIRY'S Se'l'
, marrow spleen ker had his house all nicely and
:.i were twelve or fifteen in the party and painted \\e hate had in
the richest of all fats the in good shape to rent. celling these goods and
they report a very pleasant evening.Mrs. pure put the grouing demand has warranted our placing .

\ M. E. Hill is keeping Mrs. A. 0. cod liver oil. STUART.Chas. a carload of 30,000 pounds to arrive soon. These Lnn.i! for

. during :Mr.: Lapham's For school and the H CST on the market and the PRICE is wllm are
Lapham company pale girls Ul be
and A. to '
Glass L. Lane were the -pd s ruoii color- hand quote m'icel
:c0 absence. It is very interesting on the you .
invalids and for all whose guests of Chas. ::\Ia.t.; o. _deB on Sun- E
hill 4icce Miss Abbie Elizabeth is there. AST LUMBER &
.. SUPPLY
I I
blood is thin and pale, Scott's day. .'. C--wct.lC Rl CO'*
Mr. and Mrs. Bisbee were arrivals onTuesday's ur Office, EAL' G4LHE
FL, ,
.
train en route to their home at Emulsion is a pleasant and rich Oscar L. 1'' :1QneFrell..burgIuw a: "'3, Eau Gallic and Fort

Lotus. They have been spending the blood food. It not only feeds his'acatio ,,, \ pr.h truul le, wit Pierce.

summer in New York and Connecticut ports a fine trip. I\- for dear f 444' o -
the but HATCie .' .
t blood-making organs Agnesbtomacltlft( .
and
and came home all-rail. Misses Sylvia .'
C gives them strength to do morning io Y'l' nisi! 1t--- -- : a-
Stuartti'ednesday
*
?ra .l. School opened on Monday with a good .
Sebastian..r in
in General
their work. home
attendance of children and several pa"r proper 4 > Merchandise "

"" tronsv:, 'Miss'Bessie' Grisanl'is'-pri 1Ci I, .Scad for free sample. G. E. Coon, Esq., ,of Jensen.j &t" 1 dburai /. 1

X.'"V Miss! Sue Hopkins, intermediate, and SCOTT & BOWNE Chemists. turned from his vacation in the nor? -t' ),.
Pearl New York.
Street
09-415
i't \ Mia Mima, primary, teachers,. $OC. tad'l.oo; &11 drnggicts.iii. where he spent. a delightful time. ?
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