Group Title: Florida star (Titusville, FL)
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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 26, 1902
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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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: VID00645
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
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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-* ... /THE, FLORIDA STAR : FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 192.( :. :.,


I COCOA BUSINESS DIRECTORY. :Mrs. Albert Taylor and Mrs. W. G. DR. LEON A. PEEK Physician and Surgeon. I

a FRANK LIPP-Practical Shoemaker. Forty Paterson are now at Indian Springs, Ga., Tuesday Residence and, )Iel'>ourne. At Eau Gallie on 'Get the Most rye xl (t
Friday afternoons. .
? y years.experience; all kind of repairing doing their best to drink the springs dry a 1.hf .
; done, nice and cheap; also ladies'and men's Out of Your FoodYou J :
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r ; r shoes made to order. we. suppose. Mrs. R. B. Holmes and MELBOURNE. i':

Miss Kate Eyer are'sojourning at Burlington Mr. Geo. M. Brown has returned from don't and can't if your stomachis : ,
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GOTOJ.M. SANDERS The Old Reliable -
Vermont. ** weak. A weak stomach does di- '- ,-
Store for good, fresh and reliable goods Jacksonville.G. not : .

such as Dry Goods Saddlery, Crockery, We received the news that Uncle Henry M. Brown spent nearly all of last gest all that is ordinr'rily taken into it. <-1It.., .-

Hats,Trunks and a full line of Groceries. Dixon, who spent the winter here two week in Jacksonville.We It gets tired easily, and what it fails to << .

>. -JARVIS HOUSE-Open all the year round. years ago, died suddenly on Saturday, digest is wasted.
tt Pleasant location facing the river on rive the 13tli nst., at his home in Kentucky.He are pleased to learn that Master Among the signs: of a weak stom ch

front. Rates$2.00 per day,special terms by was 84 years old and was the last one Otis Jones is improving are uneasiness after eating, fits f ner-

l the week or month. of the brothers. Mother Dixon is the Dr. L. A. Peek continues to make im- vous headache, and disagreeable beicb-

only surviving member of that generationof provements on his new home. ing. I ..,..

t' I I ; l INDIAN N DIVER[R RIPPLES[ the family. Mr. Nicholson and family expect to different"I have times taken for Hood's stomach Sarsaparllla troubles, and at a

The nominees selected last Mondayto move into the Hull house soon. run down condition; of the system,and have
i been greatly benefited by its use. I vv'>"ld //i ,
.. be voted on at the coming town elec. t"riJ
Paragraphs Personal and Newsy Briefsat Mr. Claude Beaujean is painting the not be without it in my family. I am rou- / u
tion are as follows: For W. L.
Towns Along the Coast. mayor, inside of :\McBnde'a store. bled especially in summer with weak stomach '
r Hughlett; aldermen, Fred Fisher and grocery and nausea and find Hood's Sarsaparilla Wrecked !

COCOA.S. Sam Childs; clerk, R. B. Holmes; marshal Capt. Sam Martin has finished a beau- invaluable" E. B.HIK I.N.V.Chester., Pa. Your home and <<-.
propertyshould
Titusville and collector, Fred Bryan. S. F. tiful launch for Mr. Hardin, of Jupiter.Mr. Hood's Sarsaparilla be protected by....
S. Jones made a trip to
Travis, R. F. Jones, and J. F. Wooten E. P. Branch is putting in a fine .
-.J last Friday. and Pills Insurance
retain their present positions. line of dry goods, getting ready for the .
\ ' Indianola was well represented in town winter trade. Strengthen and tone the stomach and from FIRE LIGHTNING ,J \

on Saturday. KOCKLEDGE. the whole digestive system. and CYCLONES. The ex- ;
After spending some time in MelbourneMr.
is small compared to i
Dr. Hughlett was called to Fort Pierce Miss Sallie Magrtjder is at home again S. D. Geiger left us Sunday for, parts the pense risk of a catastrophylike

a r on Wednesday. after a summer most pleasantly spent in further south. STUAKT. this. Write to or ask

.: \ Point in I Apalachicola.Mr. Sunday was a fine day for launch riding Schuyler & Branning Titusville, ..
of Mrs.
John Chancey, City was Stewart and two children have returned ,
town on Monday.We Len Aiken, chief porter at the New from a long visit to Mrs. Stewart's and many boats were out on the ricer for reliable information .. .

learn that Mrs. A. G. Rockledge hotel, is the first member of parents in Daytona.Miss Mr. H. W. Bessey spent a delightfulFew rates etc., r
regret to ------ ----
r the winter contingent to arrive. orHe daJ's'isitin friends on Indian river
Weinberg is seriously ill. Helen Miller returned home Saturday .
dropped in last havingconclud-
Saturday, last week. ROBBINS .
Miss Stella Mims spent Sunday with ed there was no better place to spend the from Wabasso where she has taught
school the Mr. C. D. Blakeslee's fish boat
past term. power
her parents at Bonaventure.Mrs. interval between his two busy seasons
was launched on Monday and is very fast & GRAHAM
_
than here. Mr. Louis Dawson, a popular
J. W. Packard is at home once young making seven miles an hour.A .
more looking and feeling well. Miss :\Iamie.Iay, who spent her child gentleman from the Narrows, was a late 4/Il- CO.
visitor Melbourne.. new postoffice has been added to the
hood here but who is resident and
now a
Paid )
Methodist church Sun (Incorporated. Capital $25,000.00.
Services at the up
long list by name of Annie out to the Al-
school teacher of Dade .
county, was a visitor There are of aood families
rumors
day next at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. many 'apattee' flats Mr. Francis Piatts This company owns lands
i ii at the being
Singleton home last week. She coining Melbourne for the winter.
in the Indian River Country
Trixie Kitching goes home Saturday to is now at Merritt with friends for a fortnignt The more the better. I appointed postmaster. .

<< attend school Monday at Sebastian. after which she will to DeLandto Mr.11'alter. Bitching, wife and child on the St. Lucie Ricer,
go ,
Mr. and :Mrs. Jones' little Otis is New River and Biscayne
son, at
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on :
Superintendent Miras and Prof. Macey finish her course in normal work. accompanied by Miss Swan Kitching, of
quite ill being threatened with brain
Cocoa school Monday. : England, have arrived from the north Bay.IJUICES .
were at the on Mrs. Dymock and daughter, :Mrs. fever and spinal trouble. >
J Mrs. J. P. Knight and Mrs. C. Andrix, Thompson and little Bert reached home where Mr. Kitching and family have TO StIIT'FILE TIMES.Send .
Mr. F. Robertson is one of the busiestmen been spending a few weeks vacation.Not for land list. ,
of Indianola, were in town on Saturday. Sunday after a fine summer in England, in town, putting his grounds and OFFICES AT . .

Mr. and Mrs. Beal, of Sharpes, were their native home. They experience hotel in order for the winter season. TITUSYILi.E'AND MIAMI.EmcomlEAT .
some cold, wet weather before leavingthe Doomed For Life, -- -- --
's the first of the
i'- week.shopping in town part old country! so Florida sunshine has :Mr. Rudolph Lyman has had a relapse "I was treated for three years by good MARKET.!

"" now an increased charm for them. and is now seriously ill. All of his "
doctors writes W. A. Greer McUon
f : Gene Kainnard, of Eau: Gallic, came up friends :,.ope fur his speedy recovery. G. F. DUREN, Agent,
on Saturday and bought Hamp Brad The Cocoa-Rockledge baseball team nellsville Ohio, "for piles and fistula,

, z '',_, \ ford's surrey. came home from Titusville Friday night When will our town council insist on but, when all failed, Bucklen's Arnica

with dampened spirits. The elements people keepii.g their stock off our streets, Salve cured me in two weeks." Cures

,i ,} A dance at the opera house Wednesday and not defeat were to blame how CUT. destroying, valuable plants and shrubs? burns, bruises, cuts, corns, sores, eruptions r Florida

_a' "" night.time.Every one reports a very The boys are looking forward to givin<,, Mr. Ellis is painting his house inside, salt rheum, piles, or no pay. 25c. wY and
+
Ii. !. .. pleasant the Titusville nine a good licking their which will be a great improvement.; All at all drug stores.

<' ;. ', Mr. Sanders and Mr. Porcher are awaiting own diamond next Monday afternoon.Mr. of our residents are fixing up for the win __ __un_ ___ __ _n______ \YesternIeats

- '1"'_ :,- ., Mr. Arnot's raised.Mr. arrival to have theirbuilding G. S. Hardee and daughter Miss ter season. S. W. MOODY,

. ,. Ruth have returned from an extended i Mr. Lockwood has bold; one of his fine

;<;: James G. Warren and housekeeper, visit to northern points, both much benefited places to :Mr. Hoke. and now we feel as- Electrician Gas Engine Expert. ofaHKinds.

" '_i Mrs. Burns, have moved into Mrs. Sam by the change. Miss:: : Ruth has fcnred this agreeable family will remain ,

i O'Brien's house. been with her sister, Mrs. Skelley in her with us }permanently. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. .

.e '. Mr. and Mrs. C. Schroeder and daughter Wisconsin home since spring and brings Mrs. C. J. F. Campbell,"Master Fraiser Thoroughly understands all mechanics: }
back as a souvenir of that favored work in these lines. Storage Batteries, Dynamos
; Helena are at the Jarvis cottage for ai country and Migs Mona are at home again after a
:Magnetos overhauled and repaired.
'r i couple of months. 20 pounds avoirdupois.Mr. ., pleasant two weeks' outing on the sea Correspondence Solicited. Titusville, Florida. :

- '. ,t Our Georgiana neighbors visit us quite Van Houte's pastorate of the Ti :shore ut Melbourne Beach. -- j

? often. Over twenty came in on the Canaveral tusville and Rockledge( Presbyterian:: i Little Jim 1;Ilis\rode over a small rattlesnake .

t , { -' one day this week. rlinrohes; doses with the end of this the other afternoon as he was going Jas. Pritchard Son
1 t
month. Owing to his tilithg the Titus
<<
Saturday was a lovely day and es down the street on his bicycle. He
.0;, pecially appreciated after having several vine pulpit Sunday evening there will be and Ills brother promptly killed his Headquarters

rainy afternoons during the week. no service at Rockledge in the morning, snake hip. for.,. . .
I he closingservice at the latter place will 1
The school children are very mud be held on the morning of Oct 5th. The following well known traveling \

pleased with the new furniture that is men were !atUl: 18 of the McBride .HARDW ARE
Mr. C. H. Hibbs is
in receipt of a letter
being placed in the school house. House: Meters. J. S.1.eFils, 11':1. Battle -
.
from :Mr. Arthur L. Marsh
a. saying that W. T. Moore, R. S. Nelson, A. J.
W. P. Grisard is here on a visit to his he would le here the f fiat: week in Octo E
F. C. Cochin' .Tinware Stoves. !
Lrgg, Crockery
; .. ..
sister, who is boarding at the Jarvis ber to begin preparations for the opening A\ i
I ; House, before going to Stetson university. of Hotel Indian River. Mr. Marsh spenta We hear that Mr. :M. 0.! Ellis will open Boat Goods, Paints Oils '
a meat market on the first of October. t.-. .
large sum last winter in
rut' The Saturday Dancing club had their improvements and
i. He will have his stand at :Mr.: G. M.
t \ usual session last week. Miss Lizzie and expects to supplement the good) work
Hiown's store and I will be glad to VVOODEiNViT A.B.
... Hughlett furnished some good -two-step by further expenditure now. ; serve U
.. all customers piomptly. Write for prices.
,: 111 usic. The river is teeming with mullet which

_.. .. y The F. E. C. company are putting the I are fat and fine. Anyone troubling to gout o Mr. Brown-'s store and residence has TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. .;

i road in good shape for winter travel, put- with cast net can take in any rum been painted inside, which adds much to Box 212.

: ting in new ties and replacing rails north ber. The latest fad is to smoke them ina its looks sVj'TO d the rooms are tinted JAMES PRITCHARD, President. C. S. SCHUVLER, r.obicr, 1
tI pin k, !some blnn :rind fight ,
closed saute : green.Mr. ,
Of town. room over .smouldering palmetto W. W.9. BHANKINO, Asst Cashier
: Brown l haais", of the /finest bath
roots + sue
We forgot to mention little Alice IIu h- (requiring about six hours! ) and 1

.:'. l; lett's birthday party. The children for mince upon them when business is dull looms,in tonTHIS .yam- ND1KN""RIVER STATE BANK
One taste
i always calls for more.
:, t several miles around were there and had \

, _' l a fine time. The red and mocking birds are having: County Depository. ..J
0/: r their jubilee season, and joyous peal*
The Indianola and Cocoa teams played .
i t a game of bae ball last! Saturday on the from their untutored vocal chords can- )be Authorized CapitalS 100,000. ,, ,,. > :

Cocoa grounds. The score stood 16 to 14 heard almost for the listening. When I Paid up Capital, $ 25,000.

: in favor of Cocoa the moon shines night maRes! no difference II II I Average Deposits, $100OOOaTRANSACTS _J',
..j
with the mocker, for its trill: sweeten I .
a ... Prof. Abbott has st'ntJothi, Dixon a the dreams of the midnight sleeper I MARK IN 'A A-
Bible in four \'olull1l's.Eren I ':J"on- well as till the daylight hours with hilarious -

:using} ,: music. ; WATCH CASE General Banking Business

t u-> i identifies the products of the
largest
'.,--1' r Mr. Dal has' ct/" .)-' : 'i'f; - ', Watch Case factory and the highest Largest and Oldest I

" of the lees (1t,. ,r, tduring (Y h-r \ t{ reputation. v Balls) 011 the 1lilcr. -

J I, the I r_ and Sold on' ; '* L

t,.t- ': were very n .j111..r ffllSlJtuff. j\i\ Jas. Boss std' Exchange all Foreign Bought Countries.

There.' :!
. f :I' !r: ledge colt -s is the strongest case made. It is I Pa: t 1'< .mi' ai'i'n-dat.c1. I'mnipt 5l'r'i!.e, }s,. '
f } all gold except the that is not p i rlitetr! <' itnwntinrleveryfavnrconsiteutwith : ;
ep'the) part
'JJ" number'v oTd 1 I'OIl""r\'ati\'e oikni : granted.roKUKSI'OXDENTS .
' seen, and is guaranteed to look like
'! party 1omCol. : : -
-'jf ri.-- a throngvs solid gold for 25 years. 7,000,000
in use. S'ah'llrCl: National Hank of Xew York
;/f tbrl1,. ;
+ and i.
i ;- ... to IKC till I awl :\al +aialIankotiacksonyille.: : __
N. J., for Wafhlnston, i , C. L. MANDAVILLE,
I
;\ They expect to journey h :1', I TITUSVILLE. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.E. .
the 13th if the colonel's ** i I
; of oak" ; "ni men i ir:
.. Mr. Gardner H bra.rigged na ---- -- L. BRADY & BRO.
FMKT TIKKCE.
health ,
\ Miss Ruth, arrived mt '.to who;(- --- - --- --- --- --------- -_

'I home last week. Mr- 1 ladies arc made of the sound (i. S. Tucker returned from his two "GROCERIES HAY GRAIN Alt ALL FOOD
I' Maude and Grace \.. 'I \\teks''acatioll last:Sunday.Uev. PRODUCTS.

materials. Mr. Miirges: preached: at the Baptist We handh' produce of all kinds We are agents for Iape:.' Fertilizer,_ We deal
'. Mr.;. Clara Hoover will go to 1 ill the ahovt' IiiII',' ul'goods': and solIcIt the trade of all exclusively I.
; Lsiildhood church both mori'ing and evening onSundae. {trtin and} all Ii rtlc'f'ril'>;. delivered at cnnSIIIllS. 11'rite U8 for prices on
home about November 1st. SI'spent | is the time to 1 Iry your station. K. L BltBW).. Till \'ILLE. "LA.
a very pleasant and beneficial cut
the foundation for a.stlirdy:; Mrs. Livinift-ton, of Crescent City, has --
mer at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mc- MOTH

Leod. stitution that will last for year, opened Charlotte a Olmstead's dress; : making store.parlor in Mrs. r PAINTS AND YARNISHES.

The Cantine place alwayslooks attract- Maccrutf; SUCcess we have Hail in .
ive. This week a new walk is being laid : Scott's Emulsion is the righ Mrs. Braswell has opened a millinery thI.O"In?: demand has warranted our selling IhrM ;roods and

:_ to the river. and the river drive cleaned stuff. and fancy goods store over the bank and a carload of aoooo pounds to arrlie MIOII.placing'I'llI'M'alt ol'tll'l' tier

and trimmed up the entire length of the will have her fall opening Oct. 3rd. the REST on the market and the PRICK is i iglst. U'goody'e will! are be

place. Scott's Emulsion stimulatesthe Mr. Jas W. Upshur, representing J. S. phased! to send you color cards and quote you pi-it-rn

It seems as if all the houses in town are growing of children Johnson Net and Tw ii\.. ompany, of Baltimore EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY CO
powers ,
I being repaired. Mrs. Jarvis is having was in town Monday and Tues General Office ,
EAU
is the roof of her house reshingled, and Mr. helps them build a firm day of this flre/. 1.r.J5. .- Ytls at TltuaUlle Eau, GALLIE FL4.
1tl Gallic and
.f elf' :R. N. Andrews has.had new sills put under foundation for a sturdy consti The aU'nine n Kn(ir pijblic school I I.is ---IE \ Tort _Pierce.HATCH ?

-ii his house this week. larger l1iWiiiiB. & been before. It - ---- _,
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>I Cote and Mrs. Setz are both able to bet tution. will not be longWIJfe they will have to a_ :, :: ::

out and enjoy their porch, once more. add another room. -
ler in
Send for free sample.
! They have been having a series of disappointments The gun club will have their far W General Merchandise

F over their windmill, trying tot SCOTT & BOWNE Chemists, shoot Friday afternoon. There wit. TF'p ?* J "..... _- ,
L \ get someone to put it in workiQ order, 409-415 Pearl Street New York. lively match game between W. J. T& ;" J:A|8.I "'-Ul very thin ,
\ t.
V. 4a etc' but eo far have been unsuccessful. 50e. and $1.00: all druggists. of Miami and C. S. B a h ney. ;k.Ill U!iutffw- Tuvoi 5lJ ytllln4'i ti<;1 stai'e ? ( BOCKLEpQE, FLA. t'
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