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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: October 3, 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: VID00646
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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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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' :f :1- 4 It COCOA'BUSINESS' DIRECT ORYs : J I 'The higher powers and graces of the intellect DR. LEOX A. PEEK Physician and Surgeon. T? Fl

.f{ ,t ;. ,FRANK LIPP-Practical Shoemaker Forty. suffer certain loss upon'a daily diet Residence, Melbourne At Eaa Gallie on Ml Stuffed Up

;t years experience; all kind of repairing 1 I lof uncharity and gossip. It is the inexorable Tuesday and Friday afternoons.

4 .' i!. done, nice and cheap; also ladies and men's > law of cause and effect, and a tn> MELBOURNE., That's the condition of many sufferers Jtt/
.r ;, .t shoes made to order.
4 ism which frail humanity cannot affordto from catarrh, especially in the morning.
, GOTOJ.M. SANDERS The Old Reliable The McBride house has had a number "
lightly set aside. Great difficulty is experienced in clear- S
: \ Store for good,. fresh and reliable goods of guests the past week. II

..... such as Dry Goods Saddlery, Crockery, White's cottage number three is almost Indian ing the head and threat.
river fish
had than
t !- Hats,Trankaanda fall line of Groceries. complete, and locks quite comfortableand never more No wonder catarrh causes headache,
this season, and most of the fishermenare
1 : attractive in its setting of orange .. impairs the taste smell and hearing,
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f -T c ),);::.< JARVIS HOUSE-open aU the year round.: making good wages. ,
t Y :; Pleasant location facing the river on riverfront trees on the south side of Barton avenue. pollutes the breath, deranges the stomach ,
l l i Rates$2.00 per day,special terms by Mr. and Mrs. Cutler, regular winter visi- Mr. Barnes Sanders, of Indianola, was and affects the appetite ; t T

.. the week or month. tors from Ohio, will occupyit this winter. the guest of Mrs. R. W. Goode and fam- To cure catarrh, treatment must be

\ ; f t ily last Sunday and Monday.Mr. constitutional-alterative and tonic.

t z: INmAN RLIERRiPPLES. EAU GALLIE. Castle, a guest of the Grand View .'I was anlicted with catarrh. I took!
p 1 medicines of different kinds, givhr? eacha
The Ainsworth cottage is showing the, cottage, enjoys the sport of fishing from fair trial; gradually grew worse until

effects of new paint. I I the Melbourne pier and his friends enjoy I could hardly hear, taste or biuell.; I 'ht-i 1 irk loffr'b
Paragraphs Personal and Newsy Briefsat the fish. concluded to try Hood's baraapanlla, and f

Towns Along the Coast. Our school is in good running order, 'N after taking five bottles I was cured and Wrecked .
with Miss Newell in charge. Mr. S. M. Martin is home again, aftera have not had any return of the disease

; ; _i' : :' >> COCOA. .. short visit to Jupiter, where he went to since." *ECGESE FORBES, Lebanon, Kan.Hood's Your home and property R
y Prof. Macey, of the school board, was ...
t deliver ea handsome launch he has just SarsaparillaCures should be protected by. ;
x ' f. ''"' "Mrs. Clara Hover is at home this week in Eau Gallie at the opening of our built for Mr. Hardin. Insurant ;r.T

, ',,, getting settled for the winter. school. catarrh-it soothes and strengthens -

{, : ," : Clark and of Grand '' Melbourne's popular young teacher, the' mucous' membrane and buildsup from FIRE LIGHTNING
,;: : . Rev. E. E. Johnson, formerly rector of Maj. family, Rap-
Miss Eva her
: Bellinger, is again at post the whole system. and CYCLONES. The expense i
k 4L.' R a"s-, -. >> f,"..'- r,. . St. Marks, is now in Augusta, Ga. ids, Mich., are expected in Eau Gallie for of duty in our public school and our chil is small compared to l

,'..,t ..t. .' Theodore Travis left on Tuesday for the coining winter. dren are happy, as they all love her. the risk of a catastrophylike t
this. Write to or ask
"-f' ."t: i DeLand. The will enter Stetson univereity. The East Coast Lumber and Supply Mrs. Hendry and mother, of Palm

t 4i. t:: t. t..!". company's schooner is here loading up Capt. West has leased his large houseto Beach, are the guests of :Mr. and \Jrs. J. Schuyler &: Branning Titusville,
... . .
:Mis. Ida Hector. The house is being for reliable information,
with lumber '
t >> at the yard. U. Winter, of Spruce Bluff, for a few
r < ,. t Dr. Scofield arrived Monday after a vacation freshly painted and will be a clean, at- rates. etc., \
: t The Fly-by-Night was on the this -- ----
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J through Georgia, Tennessee and ways tractive place, where guests will feel at days.Mr
i i';. the Carolinas. week, being copper painted and overhauled home. [ and Mrs. Will Dyer and fatuity returned -
$ for the winter work. from few weeks' ROBBINSjR
a vacation: at
1: . : They have a good joke on Mrs. F. Lipp. :\1 r. Middleton and family arrived here ..
Mr. and Mrs. H. U. Hodgson have decided City Point, where they report a fine
gl' 'r. II. . They say doctor's m dicine and dancingdon't I last Sunday from joy, Wash. They have & GRAHAM .
to build on Houston street, and
;i: go together. rented the Perry Powell house for the time.Mr.
t :: work has commenced on the lot. winter. We extend welcome this 0. 0. Poppleton is having his co, ,.
.f / Mrs. Jas. Mitchell is quite ill with fever a to .

i." r 0s " i."t_,,;' and her mother Mrs. Norwood, was :Mr. Pingrey's cottage will be com pleasant family and trust they may enjoy launch hauled out and stored at Lane's (Incorporated. Paid up Capital f a,()()()n6J ,\. .-
pletely overhauled, added to and painted boat yard Mr. Poppleton will take an .
their .
t P'l,. ,sent for on Sunday. stay in :Melbousne.Mr This owns land ,(
; ,t before the arrival of the family. extended trip to the north, first visiting company
....
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.;f't. : John Powers is in town once more andi Rudolph Lyman, son of Dr. Ly- Philadelphia.While in the Indian River Court-- -
: t. very after his cattle that Messrs. Padgett, Carter, Moore, Daw- the St. Lucie River Ott
.. T busy looking are man, died at his home on the 25th of Sep- try, on ,

;i' ', of.' ,on the range west of here. son, Patterson and Murray were pleasant tember. Although he had been ill for a opening a box, J. C. Mount, of at New River, and on Biscayne -
of Granada this week.
hotel
; : ,.j/' .: Zach. and Jerry Dixon are putting additions guests long time, it was a great shock to our Three Mile Bay, N. Y., ran a ten-penny Bay. '

1,, ,; : :, A'K a_.". to the Taylor house in Rockledge, Mrs. Sarah Smith has rented her Eau people, when death came, as he was one nail through the fleshy part of his hand. PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES. .

T .'1: : formerly the May property. Gallie home for the winter months. Thisis who was loved. and admired by all who "I thought at once of all the"pain and Send for land hat. r
i one of the cosiest homes on Houston knew him. His father and relatives have soreness this would cause me, he says, OFFICES AT . '
f' Dr. Daniel is at Jensen for business. street. our heartfelt sympathy.Out "and inured'ately applied Chamberlain'sPain TITUSVILLE AND MIAMI. VEASfCOASfMEATMARKE .
>z lYe always feel uneasy while he is away Balm and oceatioi,ally afterwards.To .

r I '- ( aChe. on Saturday last and paid for their fun ('n) of Death's Jaws. soreness and I the injured parts were soon

.f';;' to the mayor on Monday. Itl'Omesdl'ar, i "When death seemed very near from a healed." For sale bv Wilson! & Son. G. F. DUREN '
l . :Mrs. Fanny Zellner: who spent last but we will have it. severe stomach and liver trouble, that I Agent,

i' ..4 winter with her brother, N. .M. Fish, and I had suffered i with for years," writes P.

.': ,. "wife, leaves Tennessee for Brunswick, Capt. John Houston: has just turned )In*I', Durham, X C "Dr.. King's New Bears tie The[ Kind You Have Always Bought
over to W. B. Cross one of the finest fishing Life Pills saved life and
;, Ga., and then comes: to Cocoa for the my gave perfect urn ad
4 '; \ Y -winter. boats on the! East Coast The captain health. Best pills on earth and only Signature
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.c has others now on the stocks. ;?;jc. at all druggists.MALAUAK.: of .
( J. H. LeTournan and son, of Eden, ,
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E. Spiller is painting the Gilbert cot -- --- ---
were the guests of J. F. Wooten over ,/ 1
.
E ,Sunday. Mr. LeTournau was on his way tages. Two coats of white lead will be S. W. MOODY,
"> :Hiss arah Stau-ke\ i is attending school
The work of
: applied. is
renovating
3 '. to DeLand to place his son Ned in Stet- very
general in Eau Gallie at and in Daytona this winter.
,.son university. present, a Electrician Gas Engine Expert |TTtf
>. good, jolly winter is looked for by both :Mrs. Frank 1.lntr. of West Palm Beach,
t :;: We have a new specie of some kind.
t i citizens and guests. as IHCII on a two weeks' visit to her parents TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA
i J.'I "V\Te are undecided whether they are blue-
r Mr.[ and Mr:-:. Henry C. Starcke.
It was hoped that Capt. C. W. McXabb:
If
birds or mosquitoes. they are the latter Thoroughly understands all mechanical
i ." Y and family, of Youngstown, 0. would School :-: : 'this work in these lines. Stora
:: t ',1 ': they are surely a credit to the count nJlprintt'lIdt'lltlim" paid ;:t' Dattl-rit's Dynamos -
i: try that raises them. occupy their cottage on the bluff over the place a rail a few days ago. lie decidedto Magneto overhauled and repaired.
: Titusville Florida.
;! : Eau Gallie river, and also have the yacht have the new school house: roof raised Correspondence Solicited. ,

"" ; r"i,. '" 'Services at the :Methodist Sunday forenoon Alice on the waters of the Indian river three feet higher.; r-- _____ __ _
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: : -,, :,, were attended by a good con-grega-
; again this winter, but letters that
t : -:, tion. Mr. Daiger's sermon was excellent, say another Public I-choollwre will not start up un- Jas. Pritchard & Son. !
season must have the
sy .# pass ere we
r '.' ?. and the singing with :Miss Clara Sanders pleasure of seeing this estimable til till, hit uf next month, as the new

a t r' ::, F. ; and Dr. Hu,hlett in the choir was a treat. again. family school building: i i is nil\ only enclosed! and Headquarters -

I Mr. Cresson of the will tint be tini,lnnl, for a week or so. .for . . . ?
f; superintendent The social at the Avilah rooms Tuesday

i Episcopal Sunday school, will give the evening of last week in aid of the Bapti \
!I annual pic nic at City Point next Satur-
HARDW
church AR
was: a success in every way. A r ,
1 ; !, day. He has invited the Methodist Sunday handsome cake was presented by Mis. \
I school in and have
to ,
join a good
Lansing, to be given to the most popular.

time. young lady in town, the same being won ...Tinware, Crockery,

; '. :-y' ... The Avilah is favored by a gill of 50 by Miss C. McMillan. Much credit: fi I Boat Goods Paints Oils
I '. .. ound volumes from :Miss Van Hoevan- due :Miss Roesch, also the other ladies I r

i, i 'l burg, of the Ferguson library, of Stamford who so willingly assisted to make this I THIS MARK IN A andVVOODENviTA.7

;? Y{ I' ,: .\ 11 Conn. The Avilah also thanks Mrs. event a success. WATCH CASE /

,, ."--' John G. Powell, as the gift was made I Write for
l
prices.
;
The Granada hotel
enlivened Sat-
i' t through her influence. was identifies the products of the largest
?
Of little II TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. ,uLtj
urday by a party folks. The oc- Watch Case factory and the highest
td
? ..- The ball game on Monday afternoon casion was a birthday dinner in honor t f reputation. Box 212. l.J.- '

\ i Between Titusville and COCOA was well Aline Gnfliii Gleason, the little I _ _ _
1 pretty -
l r t attended. From the appearance of town daughter of the household. The house I Stiffinil JAMES W.M. bROWN PRITCHARD, Vice-Fresidtu-, President. C..S.S SCHUYLEB.BRANNiNUA.3tCashier.cashier.W. .
I I after the started it looked if Jas. Boss Case
i F- 1 e game as eve and tables were beautifully decorated) Gold

t i erycne was there. The game resulted ink with green plants and cut 1I"wcls. The

;. favor of Titusville: 12 to 7. chief attraction of the festal Iward was::; a is the strongest case made. It is INDIA RIVER STATEBANKCounty
: k all gold the that is not
Mrs. Geo. LedJra died Monday night large birthday cake to which; were staid and except part
.' seen, is guaranteed to look like
and was buried Tuesday in Cocoa ceme- by the aid of roses seven burning) candles, solid gold for 25 years. 7,000,000 I Depository.
r
f f. .. I ter)'. :Mr. and Mrs. Leddra came to Cocoa one bright light for each year of the little in use. Authorized _
Capital$100,000.
1 ; from Chicago several months ago and girl's life. The souvenirs of this memorable I
C. L. MANDAVILLE
1: took charge of the Prospect House. Mr. event were large, juicy apples. After Paid up Capital, 25,000.

Leddra has the sympathy of the entire the dinner :Mrs. Geo. Gleason and TITUSVILLE. Average Deposits, 100000.

community. three children took the train for :St. Augustine TRANSACTS A

;' '.\J.00t'\1".. where they will be located tor ----- '
A week or so agopassing .r ; .was the winter. AMvOXA.Mr. General
lh Banking Business
r Dr. ScofieUl ,
." > 1 j 1 11' a. \ cmliver. . a. and 1 :firs.[ Mel'aity[ have leturnedft l
and saw a horse f
:1
the front -< illlUIU. _I ..tinetW 'I'r oiu a trip to Iowa. Largest and Oldest r .
pore I
T
{" Ir. :Mooiec'building ''r_. 'U'r "e' of rwhen8%\! 3lessN..1. E. :Svnrer and A. I H. 1 Hamnr Bank on the Uh"er.Exchaoge I t :-
I I
j. ar, J.frT ( KJfi are snort to upturn from their eastern trip.
u i the Bought
and Sold
., on ,
the I entrani t. inei f '
r f \\ : I 11 lr. (ii-o. A. :xae:':ei liar it-turned from all '
', 1 I"f to e. ,i Foreign Countries.
j where Mr. W. E.
P : PowuKville, Ga. 5ae.ei ,
; f i j VirthAV"Vis !I Patroiujriappnmtcd..
1'ronspt service.
: f nf is no"A' located.
i
i Look tf { 1 ulitetn'atnirntandcrrr f'a\orconsi>teut .
loUhe / lr i i How long is the mosquito pest' to last t? with conservative banking gnintul. -

st-, : have tl'f Xoi for I They have been with u* three times thin lOKREM'oXDEXTS: : ,

; nuckl n'* \Vll, summer ill great swarm- Seaboard National Bank of New York, s
face. Ei- "j tVak :ut "'- :Mrs. Uawlin-ou I is expected home next

'; fore rhilbl.ni.it. n\.. and week from Xoith Carolina, and, judging:: TITUSVILLE. FLORIDA.

) r from lies letters she i* much
all \ improved
> : druggc : 'I- a bottle of
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t: .. !'ham healtii.
KL

;>Lott _...luhit :Krng'd, by tak- :Mr. Cha :McCarty has returned to BRADY & BRO.,

Mr. and Mrs; 41 ; [ regular doscs'-i 1 ; : dc1 I gained Chicago to complete his medical studies.Mr. ,

their home in t4 Iii2 I : Mi-Caity: and Steward II. Ankeny I GROCERIES, HAY, GRAIN AND ALL FOOD PRODUCTS
in before
,- w mock ? sul \ pounds weight are to go to Del-arid. to attend school. W' hunlle produce of all kinds. 11 a are agents for Mapes ,

; Rev. Mr. Keigwin, of Orlai v 3z bottle was finished. :MrK.. K. Pratt has returned from> a trip I t'iii' time n and above all tint-s'r,.'of eries.gochls delivered, and solicit the trade of all sssri for excla3ivel p riixao i

petted in Rockledge the latter p to llendeifonvi'ip: ant1'id80IIS[ River;! -- at your station E. L. BRADY & BRO.MAORI'S .TtTt'svitL>w Free. ; 'tt ..
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week. L. Eight cents a pound is X. C., for a vi-.it to her sister, :\Irs. Tan- '

cre, of this pan! Next week she will 'I ,
rhea! for such valuable
Messrs. John Hodges and Jack Cox, of ma ,
leave for Daytona, the mosquitoes bein }'

Taylor Tuesday.creek, were in town Monday and terial. Some pay more, some I too much for her here. alS1UAKT. IIP srroif success we hai'e had in selling these goods and

less nothing for 1 e gl'oii-IIIg on"iAtllIia8 Itial'ratlted our placing ait orde for
some get ,
,
There is no lack of water in the back a c.lrload 01 ooumtiiuis |0 arrive -
I soon. These Broods-are
woods now, ar she creeks flowing into their money. You get ourmoney's Stanley Bitching made a business tripto (lie BEST " the et and the *RICE is right We, will! be -

Lake Poinse Burr illso; this route to the Jensen on Mon;7 last. Pleased lo send yofffSW cards and quote ypaprlces. _- .
worth when
.s buyScott's '
: west side cot h.nsp0vi open. you Avenue I) is beihj!(cleared and Stuart is COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY gO,, 4F

Miss i a'a &epY Burned Friday Emulsion.We looking more citified day. _
4A every General Office, EJUI GALLIC, F l,
1
from ine ani Sat'4th
urday, ward, flight on to will send you a little Getjrfn'Afrru>>t' tne overhauled for thesay Yards at Tltusville, Eau; Gallie and- FortPierG_ = -

J winttnese syrf Lane's boat 'ard.'I.aaction .... .
castle SQ of school nSeb free. '
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the :dp* ljie/r-i and Mrs. Hudson, of
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SCOTT & BOWNE, CHEMISTS, Tibbals, Slnwy.Dougherty: #i ea1erin
Ho fhi f hunt"e
b train t- i ia p General M Eha
J ee ould do 409 Pearl Street, New York. :Bros., agents for the Singer t F
oh order c'' t
r Machine, *
Sewing
t here
company; are and

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