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: October 10, 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: VID00647
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 extended With Few Break From Thirty f %
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:, \ Flint,,'MlehU, to. ,Boston. ally
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ti'K' !?J j .Curious StorYorFindingOrL ng ",One of the longest trolley trips everrecorded It costs the

"J. in this country has Just been 000,000 to .
.. F ;" ,Forgotten Picture.
America each
completed by Robert H. Darragh the

t local street much as was .
railway expert and pub-

; F I; ,: EARLY
: Covered the distance between Flint
cf the public 28 1902.
Q : Mich., and Boston, with the exceptionof of Aug. ,
\"l. Horn, DUfisured and Dust Covered, :
a few breaks in Ohio and New York around the UP.
f .' It Lay For Many ,Year In. a Garrett IIOITHBOUND-IEAD
'.-. state entirely by trolley. He actually try in tests .z
e j. and Waa Finally DUeovered and covered over 900 miles although the York Nt. 71.t Nt. 32 N.1t

t.i f a ; .. Identlfled aa One of Gilbert Stuart'* air line distance via the steam road, PostDispatch.In I D& Dally I hS\1>&1l7 i*!

-'\. T t T Original Painting between the points named is 853 miles. this state I ;
: :
,. i\ l. "A Baltimore, dispatch to the 'Washington Summarized, his trip showed excep-- Is spent during ...u 7 co P ib s ........
11 ........
: tional (street in .. .v I e3 P 8 43 s
railway development
.A.prill5 to :
Post says that the recent publication .. .. S ! ;
e Michigan and Ohio ........
partial develop racing .. 6 1. P 05dO
in that paper of the purchase 7b ...... :
ment in New York state and a break "sport of t : : :. es P a -
k ur ... a' 417 617 a ..,...
well p
the known
7 by r Henry Walters
of only about fifty miles in Massachu To own a .. .a 4 P 6 Os ........ _
r 1 t patron of arts. of one of Gilbert Stu- setts. time is better: .. II 3 Sr' p 6 b9 a ........
.. 313 II 3J a .... '.. ,
i< r ..j'"f". 1 art's original portraits of George Mr. Darragh began his trip by going to hare a .. II 311 P p 5 2" lit .-......
\ : i f- :Washington brings to light a most curious from Detroit to Flint Mich., over the The "thirty .: .. : C6 p 512 a "
z .. 2411 4555 292p
a r story of how another Stuart, portrait Detroit. 'Rochester and Lake Orion is unknown. .. 221p.: ....... 2CSp .. ; .
n $ Electric railway entirely by trolley. and the : :. .: .. : 143 II .........13a p .
t- fp of Washington was secured by money .. Ie II p......... ......... 't .
( another Baltimorean. From Flint he returned over the same in a .. Ie 11" ....... ........ !
,f { line and in reality began his trip east ing day to the .. 11" Pl....... ........
i; Dr. William II. 413 West .. . ......
z R Crim Fay 1:1: 32 p ....... .
'4 ward from there. From Detroit he In order to .. 11 r3 a........ ........
4.11-.. ; i ette a surgeon and major in the Fifth went to Toledo. The direct line be- that is .. II 1106 a........ ........ ,
t regiment, Maryland national guard for .. .t ,1110" s ....... ........
k tween Toledo and Cleveland is over land a grand .. !O 43" ........ ... ....
many years devoted time arid money the lines operated by the Northern a fence. The .. 103S: a. ........ .... ...
.. 102i a........ ..... ...
> to"securing antique objects and decorating ,Ohio Traction company. From Sche- The .. 103: a........ ..... ...
'4 his home' with them. Whenever nectady. N. Y. one of the best roadsin this state are .. II ,1014 lit ........ ........
: .. Ie 9" a........ ........
.. the opportunity has presented itself the country runs through Troy to wealthy. They ... .. 9 3J .
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X z the doctor has purchased anything Albany. From Troy connection can the state ' ... ," 8 sa .
.j ... Ie
; .;: .J1 that seems to have any value what be made with the Hoosac valley which on the gross ... 8 7 33 85 a.-. I
.. F runs almost to the Massachusetts state so great 6 53
.; I- ever, and in his collection are many ..Lv 643 a.... ... . ... . .
line. A new company has been formedto
: j ., I pictures which he has gathered at a this.Each .
build a line through to Pittsfield.At .8.
::: nominal cost without knowing the the present time the train must be ers 10 per ('

1< Identity of the artist and which have: taken a greater part of the way between Twenty and 25 .
I, '.l'f': I subsequently proved to be very value
and Pittsfield. paid from the
V ':: able. His luckiest find probably, was From Pittsfield the lines of the Pitts- ID'Ctingbut \ I \ \ .. 48N.. \ DalI.. SO,. 110.14 D&111. DtJl h.1,.
< ti that of the original Stuart.
r' field Electric :Steel railway think it
,,,t.. ,i More than twelve years ago old Bar- extend east only as far as Dalton company a big a : I I I 715 6MalU a ,I H p pl5Q I U Sp p I 706p P

;'e num's hotel stood on the present site of distance of about six miles but a new vested in gilt
S. 41 ;i .... II ,
the building and of
Equitable was one \
company has recently been formed to - Da.1.1. Dally.
i the most famous hostelries of the south. I
t \.,. build a line from Pittsfield through to WEALTH ............. 6" a tI p
i The value of the surrounding property Springfield. From Springfield to Bos- I .......... ...Lv 5 $5 a \\1 !! p

: i Increased so rapidly that the hotel was ton the route was a familiar one. A Mysterious : 11t\l No. -I"-I'
i and dismantled in order to 0.
purchased ) \ vIUnd'y
I Daily \ Dally
t. make room for the erection of a modem Greeutown's tnly. I
r. LOVE THAT ENDURED.Mrs. ....Ar 74a 13 3Q p 130 P
i i ,I office building. During the process rushing ....Ly T 3i a' U sa P SUP
i 'I 3' of dismantling Dr. Crim was .?. T Oa 1100. 453p
"" among apolis di! >
Partridge's Death Closes Ro ;} "
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t 11 a the hundreds of daily visitors in questgt' ma.ncevr Half a Century. newed .. ..Lv 645a 11 1& s 42p
.t r
._ t ;1 of curios and antique furniture. In the With the death of Miss Eliza Ann tion of what I No. 2

rt} garret he found a large gilt frame discolored Partridge says the New York Journal is. It has l> I CITY BRANCH. Daily.L

m'T: 1 by age and disfigured by rough there ended a romance whichdates of the Hoosier 8nn.

k r usage. In the frame there hung in back half a century and has involved known of : .New Smyrna......... S t0 J

Jt [t. 1-1. .. '.r ; 'r tatters what appeared to be the remnants many prominent people in this from the cobs ...Lab&'ige Helen..LT C.ty" .......LV,II" lip 30 p

; i t of an oil painting. Thinking that eity. started up City Juncc. .....LT,B 06 p

a the frame would be of value I (
w gilt some Miss Partridge was born in Poinfret, It is said
f I t..J he purchased the frame and its tat expect to arrive and depart
Conn. in 1814. Her
f'M father was a stated U not guarantee..*],
i t : t+ tered canvas for $2. It was his idea tot member of a family that traced Itself means sure consequence arising them

c ,r have the frame I polished and restored back to Plymouth days. I maintained

:g ; to its high luster so as to add splendor When about sixteen years old Miss to date at Miama. .

r' , I. .to some of his paintings which were Partridge came to this city and soon jraiiied access

at that time resting in simpler frames. after fell In love with Henry Hall they know is HAVANA.

,, I '' The bedraggled frame and its shreds Ward who was her cousin. The attachment corncobs, .

; of canvas were sent to Mr. Volkmer quest: : ions.
y i' was mutual and the couple .p.'r .. .. ..... ... . ... ..:. . .1000.
an artist friend on Frederick street became engaged. The family on both That the .. .. .. .. .. .. . ... . | J
i .with a request that he examine the sides marriage' thing rich in '''. Thuri .... . . ..... 7 C
however to
I objected a Frls ..... .. . . . .., 8 ,
i i : ,.. picture and see whether it possessed on account of the consanguinity, and mills are (' f

: .!\. any value. A few days later Mr. Volk- they were never united. Both persisted capp'The:::
i -' 1' .. mer who was an aged and portly Gert in maintaining the engagement col/s are '\ AUGUSTIKS

\ man rushed into Dr. Criin's house al- nevertheless, and neither married. of useal. The :.

., most breathless. They saw each other daily, walked some kind of ::: 'Tf
I "You have a real Stuart! he ex and drove together and lived almostas old or red :

f tsF claimed., much for one another as though eries for the ,

". t but Mr. Volkmer then explained that by they bad been one up to the time of third or tjUle

(." 1.4 A fo b e aid of a process he had so patched Ward's death, which was In 1ST2. On of ground t
c J the remnants of the canvas that he oats. --
; his death he left his home 23 Bond -- --- -- --

1 ad succeeded in securing a fair outline street together with two others nearby Much {'(' -, .,'u... -2.--

i '< \ of the figure of Washington. The to Miss Partridge. of "corona." : ,___ ______u uu_ i J ul a ui

r"""' t picture had been retouched thus concealing Miss Partridge always regarded the {'onto call _--________ _.__u_ ;5 35 a in
". : ; ; _____ ________ _. 12 45
i t; many of the original llint':;. By home as sacred. She hired caretakers arc Sacked --- a m
\ _____--________ -- 9 00 p ui
: <' patience Mr. Volkmer erased what he instructing them to see that each room \vaitiig cars : .________ __Un 3 top m

r : I called "daubs" and at length brought was dusted daily and to keep everything us marks! ti: __ ._., __n __unn n 311 a m

:! i forth the magnificent portrait of Washington as much as possible in the shape from the trt<& ; ___ _____ _,______ 5 15 a in
r ___ __.______
10 15
in continental uniform. p ui
... .
:' in which it bad been left. She visited -- : ::::-: - -
t-= The _-- _un_ ___u_ 610 p IJ1
picture in the hall Han
now hangs the house almost daily for twenty - -
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3 00
a m
way of Dr. Crim's home. For the work and and -- -- -- -
years more refused admissionto Fall told
_______ _____uo.__11 15 p m
L' which originally cost him $2 he hast all other persons. ter, leaving the I : :: : : : ------___.____u n_ 7 00 l' u,
:./. subsequently been offered Jl.000. which The other two houses were rented at chitis} or {' --- ----

he refused. lie ? e portrait constantly advancing rates and plentyof and Tax cures Sleeping 'ars. Jacksonville

I worth much more than this sum. offers were made for No. 23 but to ous remits.! It with sleeping cars for

( : \ Mr. Volkmer then set himself to work all of them she was deaf. Finally the and tested, : Jacksonville and Macuu. 10

,- : to ascertain how the full sized 1w'tr='itt. house was torn down to make room for opiates and : of the S. A. L. and r. F C.

; found its way to Barnum's h< I qs.odern business building. % Wilson & gun.Cuwriipped.
:: :S.11.\ J pit KF.TT:
3 \ learned that Zenas Barnum/ 1 ist *xl: 1
it 1u1r' ; 1'ai.,
} u. : 4ti
x er of Barnum's hotel had LERI' m EDIT.

i t public inn or coffee hou. .entl '-hlrt
) ...- Strange
: the home of Gilbertcanie Stir. y, beigeCat '" 1 {Z'>; *. lIe I
iJSJiry: ; day \
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to BaltImore. III'1..\05 '-'
yiAr to add
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i tamed that Stuart w' \ : :
)t j"I t\w !
r tei
x and that he
was giv
x tie ha to 1ft!
f inns. The :;: ", v-C I
that Mr. ,ntl' 1'ta wi+ .lUong'
; !la(bill bare ;
.; ,, picture in pa iurCI'\\ WI 'b a two SHELLS
I when he ;
r the picture ;I il and an "Repeater"
r t dry,;... n on a card
place of business u ue L>* '
tit f I ing forty )
t Baltimore and lif .
'saytess ice the '
t | shotgun am
was known as the i\ 'e I "1d
j ) greenback :?!
I\ Mr. Volkmer as'rtau\ to Ii.iU He believed \ where you
trait had hung in this\ } !- condition, \ I Factory
1 the hostelry's chief t1s Jir. Courts
t : ,,t.l. 1 f whether the
traced it to Barnum's hol .. .. aumpli -4t loaded
I' : ) ::: of tye appro- found would w 5
many years it occupied aus P ictti._ lUittee. ,.; currency. I "
the wall of the sitting room. ; ; loaded
place on I a'" Courts compose that the stamp ,
r One day it tumbled down falling up- I b i. '! Winchester
r''h rency ; : I
+ on a chair which tore the canvas into "Cer e.' i" was the response of Mr. was decided

y., shreds. The wreck was removed to Cannon as'hE' lighted a cigar. "You i p t no others.

the garret, where it remained, with could easily tell it was not mine for ; ;; '

)1 its identity forgotten until it was all of the sentences were fiui.lll'do"Tbe .

i brought to light when the old hotel genial Cannon thus jokingly referred J I -: ; ,

II eras torn down. to bis well known failing of

b'IL Dr. Crim also dlscove hat: the picture neglecting to complete his sentences in i utt ;

was a lost treasure. V -as known Cares ,
opt('\ a speech. He is usually so full of his Cool sra lsi ssl
that "Washington ha< \lF g1art subject that be does not take time to Diarrhoea, Yt

three sittings. Tw> oflurned. ) an its more than suggest an idea and then stimulate the Bowel e
1toe an Cltldreno!
were traced. One cut
s rush into another sentence without regulate g1.
1\ 4 r'' statehouse at IIar gotthW In completing first.Bronchitis equaled Di gestlo-a? t g uta
#i the private coil UJ!'of n\t ish : U1e Bowt }y ,
a 1 i"'
noble-mat The '\ t om r ,k for Twenty Years. ,' Mki
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vIew. This, Is h( 'm.nd G:' 91)f Mrs. Minerva Smith, of Danville, III, In M. D? Sf. LQ 1
1 : \ session.ofPr' Cd an .- 1P gun THtes' : "I had bronchitis for twenty widely yo*daaanEet'3attI 81

f ... r ouldd rNo Ire and never got relief until I uedjley's peculiar fr lwttidineeamoatDtat-- f.>ra,Ds t
danger ofn fcb Honey and Tar, which i is! a sure system chaff Bar'hiR
of t :sugar A
e Foley s Honey aI ap...(ure." Contains no opiates. Sold by fak iL" ...,..
born cough. P,, 1 t' tb l fil80n & Son. a >F


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; .. ALMA DISCUSSES CUBA "When there ain't no stride: ," he said CHICAGO'S GHOST CASTLE. J J

If "I've got to work In the breaker and -. -- :--' "" :-"'.- .- - --- :- - ':: :: -- -- : : :. . '
l e Where Murderer ; '1ft' f.
Why Home Holmes
(-.7 now, when I can go to school, I'm goin'to "
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Lived In Being Remodeled.
-r If' get all the schoolin' I can and not ; \ \\I' "
'Satisfied With Progress the Holmes Castle, where in 1895 so
a go on no strike and that's what all of i =
many of the victims of the arch murderer t
: Has Made. fou ought to do. _ '
New Republic '
:: That ended the proposed strike. H. II. Holmes met their ghastly i :

doom is to be remodeled and turned t '"

into a hotel, says a Chicago correspondent
BEST FOUR MONTHS' EXPERIENCE Ohio Puts Bar on .Ping-pong.
of the Cincinnati Enquirer. The
After a long and eloquent discussion
I of Holmes Castle since its
I the house code committee of the Ohio history originator -
> ** Cuban President Would Like to legislature has decided that picgpong was hanged at Moyamensing n , a. .. .ti.

T ; See American Artillery Withdrawn should come under the ban of the law; prison, in Pennsylvania, reads like a ;

.- From the Inland-The Proponed along with pool and billiard tables as work of fiction. Tenants have been se- The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been

& Loan. well as roulette. cured for the gloomy building, but in use for 'over 30 years, has borne the signatnre of
_} their stay was invariably short, and '' On the occasion of the ending of the "Watch the Kidneys." grewsome stories have been told of unearthly 'iicMrsonalsupervision under his per-

-'i. *first four months of."Cuba libre" Pres- noises and apparitions.Mrs. since infancy.
"When they are affected, life is in danger Charles Hines is the latest victim \- you in this. a 4

';":":;', ident Palma gave the Havana corre-' ," says Dr..Abernethy, the great Eng- of the "influence" which is said to All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-good are but
spondent of the New York Tribune an lish physician Foley's Kidney Cure
makes sound kidneys. Sold by WiNon & pervade the building. Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of
In the of which he
Interview, course off from Mrs. Hines' is
..: Son. Opening room Infants and Children-Experience against Experiment.
Bald: a shaft or shoot descending to the sub- I

.__ "Our first four months of y\t government terranean passages wherein Holmes :

; has been as successful as any RUSSELL SAGE'S ANXIETY. prowled in the days of his dark career.It What is CASTOR IA :1' .

_ :' one could.expect. We have paid all expenses Couldn't Walt Until After Church is known that down this shaft he h

of government and have a sur- For Wall Street News.As lowered the bodies of those whom he Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric -t

'plus. Everything Is running smoothlyand an illustration of Russell Sage's slew in the "castle" to incinerate their Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant. It .
flesh and their bones for articulation
= to my entire satisfaction." eager desire to keep in close touch as prepare was his custom. Since Mrs. contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Xarcotic: t

A'statement of President Palma in with what is going on in the financial Hines, who recently moved into the substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms

ry* [ regard to the retention of United world a Wall street broker tells this: flat, has slept in this bedroom she has and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind I 43m& -

w"t} States artillerymen in Cuba will be of An important meeting was scheduled been disturbed constantly by one horrifying Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipationand 'I
for a day on which Mr. Sage was un-
1jp. t Interest in the United States and dream a dream which, with Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the ;;
usually busy, and when he arrived at
unimportant variations, still takes one Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep. 3
tii:i 1: noVtiQularly l to Washington officials. the designated place the deliberationswere e

,...:. tlunaft said over and all the participants had fearful form of plunging down the The Children's PanacTbe Mother's Friend.; !
? shaft. Strange to say, the dreaded influence -
It will be a source of gratitude and
> i',,1 Wf dispersed. Use the telephone as he

sT : Jl noicing for the Cuban people when would, Mr. Sage could not got in communication does not;, iwss with the night. GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYSBears .,
utr During the day, though she feels wholly
American troops are all with-
1n"lt le with any of them. Know
at ease in her living rooms, whenever -
" rrtet. Jrawn, and I hope It will be soon. ing that one of those who had attended the of 1
she enters the bedroom, she says, Signature
are not needed. Their presence the gathering: passed the plate at a
: she is impelled by some irresistible fascination
1.t1 Je.They|has a !bad moral effect It looks to midweek service in a church near his
to approach the window openIng -
ome as though: the United States govr home, Mr. Sage went there. lIe did
upon the shoot. At the same time a
C .? t has no confidence in the abil- not wait for the close of the service,
sense of terror creeps over her, a fear
Sty of the Cubans to maintain peace but, taking a seat on the aisle through
that she is about to fall headlong down
>and govern theuisehes. which his acquaintance passed he ,
that via dolorosa which in the past ,
The old veteran spoke with consid waited until he came along with the
probably engulfed the forms of Minnie
erable feeling: as he said this. plate and as be put a dollar bill on it
and Annie Williams, Mrs. Julia L. Con The KM You Have BoughtIn
"I don't want to be misunderstood," remarked: Always
nor and her daughter Pearl, Miss lime-
tf be added. "We are grateful to the "Edward, what did you fellows do
line Sigrand and perhaps others of
Americans, but the people cannot feel down there today? I did not get aroundIn
whom no record remains. Use For Over 30 Years.THE .
free with American soldiers all around timer"The

gentleman spoken to smiled and \ CENTAUR COMPANY TT MURRAY STREET f.-W YOB SITY.
them. They are not needed to protect
informMr. LIFE SAVED BY BEAR. _. *$---i !.1. \ L
us from outsiders, and if they ever are took the earliest opportunity

Sage of what had transpired.The .
they could be quickly dispatched here. Woman Lost In Woods Strangely 1 1i

? Our artillery force, when increased to Aroused to Consclousne i

5KX men, will be sufficient for the Proper Tiling In Hats. Mrs. Mary Button, aged eightytwoyears

country." A Now York hatter from whose judgment who was lost in the Black for-
there is that the The Seaboard Air-Line \ .
As to the question of reciprocity. says est for five weeks and found a few Railway w
tiling to wear this year is a high crown
President Palma said he hoped for days ago more dead than alive, says a
and brim. Makers of cheap
'x favorable action by the United States narrow dispatch from Cross Forks, Pa., to the 1 j v*

is : senate at the coming session. The in hats may exaggerate this style and Philadelphia Ledger, is just regaining -.FOlt-: ,_
make it ridiculous, but a well made hat
sertion of a Cuban plank in the Republican consciousness, and the story that she
in the new block promises to become
Savannah Columbia Southern Pines
platform in several Mates he tells of her wanderings: through the ,
popular. Soft hats of the panama
considers an augury for the success of mountainous country, where! rattlesnakes
shapes in pearls, granites and nutriasare
1 reciprocal measures. "P.ut" he said also beginning to fill the shop windows and bears are plentiful, is: Richmond, Washington, Baltimore,

t J 'we want no reciprocity that will af1Sct enough to make one's blood run ('oh!.
and are expected to become popular -
; our commerce with other counts. She says that she !lived on berries Philadelphia ,
sellers.: In a general way it may
<': "j 1 1's'I Our ports must be open to the be stated that uteri lufts will presentno and tender shoots: and drank water

:- 1 ngo Id and we must foster commercial from the mountain streams. She was

fJ.t.{':. .J .tions. with every country. The reeft broad strongly brims or marked fantastic features shapes., such as so weak at one time that she could not Two Elt' ant Trains [Daily :

: : ( city measure must be of equal ben- walk to the .trHuoIld while she was A
both countries." draining hen: if over the ground she Florida and Metropolitan Limited Seaboard Fast Mail',
Donnas' Mutual Admiration.
'- hit..f executive is studying in- crawled into a nest of rattlesnakes ..
Mine. Patti and Mme. Nordiea met
"J in force in other repubrecommending and had a desperate fisrht with them.
.. yes by chance the other day at St. Moritz Modern Pullman Equipment.
fiends iu- After this she became unconsciousand
lag Switzerland, and in a jiffy they were
claims to have remained in that
1.' igars, cigarettes, wines
: 1
j ., \1 renewing the acquaintance of bygone
' : grip ms's., The tax will be state for about two weeks. She was

s 1 fis6tngan tis\tto\ raise large rev- years, says a Paris dispatch."It ". brought to life she says, by a bear from Jacksonville to New Orleans. [
en ..'' is ages since we met! exclaimed lickinsr her face and when she mOH'I1Ilt.'r Operating Daily Through Sleepers j.

In t' receipt of one CII 1' loan of $3.>,000- the fair Patti. hands the bear ran away. Shortly eat-

000, ln ,as. done by{'*"*s save the president "I know it," replied Mme. Nordica" afterward she was discovered by ginseng For full information and sleeper reservations call on any Seaboard few
"but don't look a day older. "
a fre s Roil to act, the latter said: you diggers. agent, or write to (n.
Mme. Patti blushed and put her arm
"The borrowing of so large a sum
around )1 Ill(>. (Inlica's waist. The
A. 0. McDonell Asst. Gen. Pass.
is a serious q motion fur Cuba, and I \ Piscatorial Tournament. Agent,
two divas then lunched together merrily -
must first carefully study it before deciding A novel tournament was held at Avalon !
and afterward for JACKSONVILLE.: FLA.
they posed a
what to do. Of course, if we do Cal., recently. Thirteen boats took

decide to borrow, we will fulfill all photo iaph.} Then they separated, per part hi it, and their anglers l:1ulll'ltllOOO

requirements of the Platt amendment haps never to meet again. pounds of albieorr. few of which! ,..J' R. 1-'U l: ::m: io1.ii.'r.J:1C: ;) ,

a as to setting aside enough for a sinking Near AkAdtice. weighed less than twenty-five pouncK I

fund and to"FARLEY'S In all 318 fish were brought; in Tbe FORWashington
\Ybellw11HI'e a ronsjh m- eoidtltrtl'Iak !.
winning catch was se\t'ntv-seven, Richmond Baltimore
what is god for it and get Mime 1I.1'li .
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PROMOTION. i u-ine \\ith little or 1,0 merit ami; i nti.tilanirerous. [.- 1 Ph K'dt lphia Boston Atlanta

Ark for Foll'! \':, lli>ucui,l I ..t&ftz'-itle Chattanooga Louisville

Parishioner of New ,trehbishuptended 11\-; Far, the greatest throat awl lung; u uPti > : U 1 Cincinnati St. I.ouis Kansas City

I'oiiurululatioas.Archbishop I II it cures cotijih* and colds quickly. :-'Id J.1 Detroit Cleveland
I 0 by Wilson vV :Son.MORGAN ** PittsburgThe 't
Elect John M. Farley enJoys Chicago

a good story as well as the next, i ...- ____"r' .., "'_... .,, etc... b.

Fays tin New York Turn's., and when AS BAGGAGEMAN. "Yo} The ,are l'IHtl,; :i ".

passing! a social hour sometimes re- I I ..,;'t
coiinU his experiences. .\t u dinner ( n'at riiiancipr I.dtLktfter Sir I uonianhood .1'.11'\\11-\1"\ '. i iextendtouy<. "" ,
Clinton llatthius' .. I .i, (pa clt..i Jt.1Ons th >('
Kev. Dean Lias in / > all' ) '
given to the Very ; ISJ' \\1'( r 0, -- -
.l'n'ralnOl'ks the bishoprelated J. IMerpimt M.>rranvas one (If the nl't trr- ,1 \ti'lae IIlo Col 1)) ., TH. ,
Yonkers ago -- Wi[[ 7' ft""Ilfr \.0
delectationof first to grasp the hand of Sir Clinton\ hml.j.1 .Uitl fl 0 J er 1- -. ..un v ba .,' '
the following to the I ,' \\'Ort11--it .
Ita\\kiUis Iv C. i:.. head of the the H \ 'l'a, Ctj out any Eh.Am., ,thi: A\ '
tile assembled: guests: I 1lu t peI' hIt
London banking house: of Moman: t.V j crowll" tier an ill -dy,119; tC g'\. IlftOi.'J.' to'
"It was shortly after I had been I liaye aL .. li.lird't'hey 0'1'
Co.. wlun the kniirht arrived in New I joy, u .1 yiedTit1I-l flll'EEfI ..; -rt .Mr' ,lIt: 01- _
made vicar general or monbijniore-I; do jftiH llIuth r- Iuged -hun- '
York ou the Majestic says the New I, );I 1' 1 o'clock. I ., \tv"O an,.toons.. ,a <,la. :"JI Yal. >
which when an aged hued l' .
remember is thiiugs
not Turk .1011111:11. : I//t cxhan t. "bl'.nty t 't ..& e b' " .'l'l\l' lW.... J
Irishwoman encountered me ou the = :cto 11 a V ehea1tiiv \ tlt1\lg t.:5' t'Ir' ; ; ';' :! l\rt U d
, Sir Clinton'!? inbiion, as he at.1U1ittell1p l'hiibantl li i; iollIl t\y
street. She was a good old soul and the is to attend tin his fv..t I :-euut ;i! hml I, l J )tp \'t'a.P\Ir, 11. t lei? J1
, coming; \ bay children. But there can be no jom :
; member of our parish LaK l h.l: .le teriau Catq"a crIJ&ndI
had been a I t
\ .lIl'-.1tl. ,
niivtinu; that i is to witness: the i-li-MUU: motherhood without health, and without up vnth L'- tup..}. h' :.,....1 11'a tltlllat.
church for years. Grasping me by the health for the moth there be I may want iliifi r. ,11'ea 1 at':, I ,)
of the final iu-gotiatu in the great can no : 1.t yo'it /o/\ .: haute stNan.
baud, she remarked: health $; the child. \ 1U1UUl= ,8th I.
r & ,
Monran hip couihine that i* to finite going ail I and ,vi \
'. 'Uh, father and sure the Lord bless ti\e If the most prominent of the transatlantic 9 ''1fJl.-r v-ial; 1.importance for women tok'tillru I jII-,1 Wig 11 have scar kl11tl uf thin;,an \\1111 I tins press

I hear they gave you n rise.' \.t the health of mother ai;,i child \ titled with all ....r' t 1 i :!om1lx ;ttt11
jou. line are \ all i.UOIl",
\"\ 'Jtop IC'I
I 1V.
iiO 1 er' eral entirely within womui'scode ; this car. i C
;t' "'I replied that her information was Mr. Mt.rtraifs interest in Sir Clinton'sarrival a .: The thousands of women who Ir' what you will :I '

I rrect. took the form of hus-tlin about havfll ;ell Dr. Pierre's Favorite I'rt- ChY.dgO a'istwr ill the I4: pecia1hti'express

4 " '1'cl1,' SEP responded, 'an I'm the pier to get his lugbae; togfi; ",'It serh _;n when expect itat motherhood, \11' t' .1Y

eased for that. It's yourself that derves buine&sllH. The F1.ret Limited
was rather a new : 'Sepreat have testified that it nui"- them hcdlthv > tome.

T: 'the rise." financier but he went ,B. I/;* tJ and happy in the days of "aitin made rcil\ 71
'. "1 thanked the good woman sincerely the same'i11l that would mar da\ ;! 'terl""the i baby's advent pr ctii dilj j". ii'irss. (' .

and was about to leave her when. tinalldallll'ai. 1. H. Bl, and gave them health Uy fthdr cL.l- -

11 holding hand, she remarked: xjnvilleaiC"nl i dren. }
. of Pullman Sleeping Car Line Jacksonville to Cincinnati, yk
'An' all I hope is that the next rise In Neork State Wife at 01 MrV. J HilXtlYiie Farm En s
burgCenteti Bno.burl{. VIH s tnu--.r.c: ':;i Asheville through "The Land of the Sky. "
10 y give you will be to heaven.' Coa"0 M been discovered in tire's'AAn past year I found m>.elf el: peeling matt- ut}
.. '} ' Through trains via The Southern Railway are operated ia
fountains, near Wurtssboro.SnllC and in rapidly faihn health! I su ere -e i'!
.it wan fully from bloating .au'! un ar>' difficu'u 1 connect-on: with the Plant System and Florida East oust Railway
!: :J N. Y.. about Sixteen; .;. weaker each t"i
{ .: ounty. wa growing percep: n) : Ie' :
; STOPS SCHOOL STRIKE ,.. Pullman Sleeping Cars and Hotel Dining Ca. ll throughtrain
miles northwest of Middleto\\n.) N. Y. suffered much :f "itt time I fli: t.t ,, cotr
something mu-\ kmt, I sought v''ur .>.i\:.:e *-. ..
} : That Pupils Take Advantage The discoverers: are two brothers named and received a prompt reply T<,,jk. twelve Miss n//

t Present Opnortuuitiev.HcCole. Greene, who were miners in Pennsylvania bottles also of followed Doctor Pierce's your instructions Ponte iTenpti:I hr.tnto ,"-nand I Ask for Tickets via Southern Railway. Cot1o \| home lit Sr .,Ib.

E nine years old, a and who on account of the coal improve immediately, my health became ,_ _ I her summer dan >
and found excellent, and I could "0' fl'th''ll wvrk (Iwe tirmin;
r boy, stopped the strike of a strike went to Wurtsboro live on a good sized fata are -d and rode ;

k4t' of hundred pupils at the Ilil- employment as woodehoppers. They all I could and t'uI'.Y: \\sT CoAsT h"rt. easy H. F. CAREY, Ft,. Paa. Agt., J03 W. Bay 0'

? school, this city, says a noticed pieces of rock that contained confinement and have E\ 'f Jhy boy."' ,

acre (Pa.) dispatch, by a whole- sulphur and looked very much like The People's CO ..h._ \ Medical S. HARDWICK, \ e ',_ 0 A

it of advice. The pupils were coal. They found Just under the surface Adviser, a book 'coti nger A pages, Geattil PuMcfef Afeat, .HADLS
is Send .
given : nt
away. stamps ,
leave school because some of a vein of coal eighteen inches \G.
for of D. c.
expense mailing ti i the book "ashfA&t -
Idren, had ide which became wider a B they dug. .
in covers or ... for the
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,7T/ 8 _I ___ _THE FLORIDA_STAR : FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1902. ;_

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t \ 4 w 5 COCOA BUSINESS DIRECTORY. ROCKLEDGE. Hadley, Emma Jane Newsom, married,

1 FRANK LIPP-Practical Shoemaker,' forty Mr. Moore,.of the Sanatorium, Merritt Wednesday, October 1st, 1902, Columbus, Aching JointsIn .S

.&' r years experience; .all kind of repairing ,was a guest. at Mr. J. J. White's on Sun Ind." Mr. and Mrs. Hadley have our the fingers, toes, arms, and other J
done nice and'cheap also ladies'and men's
1 ;
f I congratulations. have rented cot-
'" # shoes made to order. day.Mr. They a parts of the body, are joints that are
r G. S. Hardee's residence is receiving tage in Melbourne for the winter. Mel- rhenmatismthat -"
inflamed and swollen by
GO TO 1. M. SANDERS, The Old Reliable bourne has been Mr. Hadley's home for
t a fresh coat.of paint at the hands of of the blood which
/t : j $ Store for good, fresh and reliable goods cid condition
several winters. It well for
.. such as Dry Goods, Saddlery, Crockery, S. P. Taylor, a competent Cocoa artist. speaks our affects the muscles also.! .
Hats,Trunks and a fall line of Groceries. town that he is coming among us with
Mrs. H. S. Williams reached home Fri- bis bride. Sufferers dread to move, especially

eT : A i JARVIS HOUSE-Open all the year round. day from a visit with relatives m Alabama after sitting or lying long, and their
.= Pleasant location facing the river on riverfront Oat of Death's Jaw
Her cousin
.t Mrs. Amanda Scarf in wet
a:', condition is commonly worse
Bates$2.00 day,special terms by
# per "When death seemed very near from a
accompanied her and will make Rock-
the week month. .
or weather."It
; severe stomach and liver trouble, that I
ledge quite an extended visit. had suffered with for wars," writes P. has been.a long time since we have

Mr. and Mrs. Halliday and son Clifton, i Muse, Durham, N. C., "Dr. King's New been without Hood's Sarsaparilla. :My
'INDIAN N RWfR RIPPLES\ without it.
thinks he could not do
i father
7 prominent Jacksonville residents for Life Pills saved my life and gave perfect He has been troubled with rheumatismsince

} . many years, are spending a few days hereas health." Best pills on earth and only i he was a boy and Hood's S Ts.'tr a- v t'anribl i _

a b ) Paragraphs Personal and Newsy Briefs guests of their kinspeople, Mr. and 25c. at all druggists. rilla is the only medicine he can take that
will enable him to take his place in the ; a
at Towns Along the Coast. Mrs. H. S. Williams. They are on a prospecting FORT PIERCE. field Miss AnA DOT, Sidney, Iowa.Hood's Wrecked !

Q jk. 1F i tour south and will probably Mr.W. J. Ne bitt left Monday on a Your home and property
COCOA. I make Fort Pierce their future home. = Sarsaparilla should be protected by...
business trip to Eau Gallie.
There was a dance in the opera house Cards announcing the marriage of Mr. and Pills
<< Insurancefrom
Mr. Harry Jennings and little boy, of .
;r : Friday night. Horace R. Shares, of New Haven, Conn., Remove the of rheumatism-no
Tibbals, were in town shopping Tuesday. LIGHTNING '
I Mrs. John M. Sanders is slightly indisposed and proprietor of the.Xew Rockledge hotel outward application can. Take them. and CYCLONES. The ex-
o this week. at this place, with Miss M. Alice Por- Judge A. J. Lewis, of West Palm Beach, pense is small compared to
Y ? *" A number of the children are afflicted ter, of Cincinnati, on Oct. 1st, have been was a pleasant visitor in town last week. STUAliT. the risk of a catastrophy '
received. Mr. Shares has like this. Write to or ask
spent many Dr. W. L. Hughlett made a professional '
j )( with the sore eyes. winters at Rockledge and is very popular visit in town Sunday night, returning Mr. Harry Richard's launch, the Columbia Sclmyler & Branning, Tuusviii,

n i Miss Lizzie Kuhl, of Shiloh, is visiting among his friends and acquaintances, Monday morning.Mr. is now out onLane's: ways undergoing for reliable information, ; s

; ., Mrs. Zach. Dixon. whose number is legion and who are repairs. rates, etc., etc. . . . . '
J. W. Hilliard of Palatka an in-
: Mr. Albert Matthes, of City point, was pleased to learn of his new found happiness. has been stopping at the Mr. H. W. Bessey is now adding on
surance ,
# o The bride is prominent in the for the
in the hotel
c ,:. town on Monday. hotel for the past few days. porches to preparatory BOBBINSQRAHA ,
Cincinnati circles and will
higher a winter .
.f Clara Sanders is visiting Mrs. season.If ;
Miss M. and
marked acquisition to the social life of Mr. and Mrs. A. Sample baby
Geo. Spear at Sanford. from Charlotte are thinking of getting a good
Rockledge this winter. Mrs. Shares is arrived Monday night yon : &

J. 'i Mr. Jim Paine will be home this week not a stranger here, having spent several X. C., where they have spent the sum ] reliable engine, write A. L. Lane, Stuart- --- CO.

) from summering in New York. weeks at the XeRockledge last winterin I. on-the-St. Lucie. t
w '!' County Commissioner Miot made his company: with her mother, where she Robert Johnston and little girl, Mr. S. P. Shepard, representing Wilson (Incorporated. Paid up Capital $25OOOJ

y' usual trips through town on Sunday and was a universal favorite.DR. accompanied by her mother, arrived on and Toomer company, spent a coupleof This company owns landsin
4 ., Tuesday night from a long visit at her days here this week on business. the Indian River Count
._ .. } Tuesday.
< : LEON A. PEEK Physician and Surgeon. home in New York. try, on the St. Lucie River,
The lumber for a new house for one of
: Mrs. Geo. Smith, of Cocoa Heigh! Residence, Melbourne. At Eau Gallie
: ; Otf' on at New River and on Bis-f
11 Mr. R. P. Paddison arrived ,
Sunday residents has arrived and
our is being
; left on Monday for a visit with friends at Tuesday and Friday afternoons. J
fc : !# r DeLand. night. He will.resume his old place at waved to the site by Bessey's freighter, cayne Bay.

J '. MELBOURNE.Mrs. the lumber office. His many friends give the Admiral. Carpenters will at once beset PRICES TO SUIT TilE TIME

l ,. Mrs. H. S. Williams arrived at home Geo. Phillips is away on a visit toCoc'Oa. him a hearty welcome.Mr. at work and we expect to see one of Send for land list.
) I last week, after a summer's outing in Al . .
Tylander, who has been in the the finest houses in Stuart before long. I OFFICES AT
'" Mr. Ed. Cecil, of Valkaria, was. in town lumber office for the past few weeks, left FEAST

t. Passengers on/Tuesday's steamer were lately on a business visit. Monday for a trip Jlorth. He expects to While opening; a box, J. C. Mount, of COAST MEAT MARKET.
::.!fe :Mrs. Sinclair and Capt. Ramsey's family, visit in the New England states. Three Mile Bay, N. Y., ran a tenpennynail
"I Eau Gallie. Mr. Joe Dawson was the guest of the through the fleshy part of his hand.
The furniture for the chancel of St. Agent,
McBride house last week. "I thought at once of all the pain and
Mrs. Patrick Powell will open a
j'. Andrews church arrived last week. It is "
soreness this would cause me he ,
'" Miss Eva Bellinger made to Cocoa says
a trip
; in Mrs. Hill's
house building
k .' . opposite mat e of heavy light oak and is from R.Jeissler "and il1lrned:ately applied Chamberlain's
on Saturday to visit friends.
1 ." the bank. I ( maker of church work in New Pain Balm and occasionally afterwards. Florida

I #' .. Miss Carter has rented the Coquina Mrs. Roberts :Nicholson and family are i York. To my surprise it removed -all pain and

and will lodge some of her now snugly settled in their new quarters, soreness and the injured parts were soon and
I ,f i f' building Jas. E. Andrews, Esq., left for New "
t the Lewis house. healed. For sale bv Wilson & Son.
boarders there. York for four \VQsteraJkats
.. It 1it.**' city Tuesday morning a ____' , h ,_ ____ _____
a;" -: : 4 .Mrs. A. G. Weinberg is still very ill- Mr. Frank Fee came up from Fort weeds' trip Mrs. Andrews and the children

: t ,.. can only partake of liquid food, a small Pierce: to spend Sunday at home. It will be the guests of the hotel during S. W. MOODY, .

j quantity at a time. seems good to see him. lr. Andrews' ab :
KM' jfvcv Work will begin on sandy breaks in the I Miss Olive Powers, of Orlando, arrived ; The gun club had their handicap medal Electrician, Gas Engine Expert of allIuads.

J r.r' '. road shortly, so we will have a continu last week and is the guest of her grandma shoot last Friday, which was won by TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.
i ". ous road from Sharpes to Cocoa. Mrs. M. A. Martin. Mr. G. S. Tucker. This medal has to be .
?$ Thoroughly understands all mechanical
.I\ 5?* Melbourne needs won three times in succession: to become work in these lines. Batteries !
r i + Col. Travis and Fred Fisher have had a number of modern Storage Dynamos j

r :; tI'j: i their lots and the roadway cleaned up, cottages. The demand i is great now. A the property of any member of the club. Magnetos Correspondence overhauled Solicited.and repaired Titusville, Florida. ;

i>;. . : .. and they are a credit to the town.. good investment for some one. Mrs. W. C. Rawiinson returned last _._ _. u, __ _____ _ -

ill,? "' I. ,4 '9 Prof. W. Abbott, of Nashville, Tenn., I Miss Emily Tupper,of Ormond, arrived week from a three months' trip in Henderronville -
''. Saturday and is the guest of her friend N. C., and other places. Mr. Pritchard & Son
))k ; .. has given the Avilah a year's subscription Miss Grace Ilawliiidoii left Monday for a two months'vacation Jas.
i to the Saturday Evening Post. Cummings, Melbourne
& t J -. ''1\:,,,', Beach. at his old home in North Caro-
,. Mrs. M. Joyner has moved her dressmaking Headquarters
: a .I .. department into Mrs. Hill'sbuilding Mrs. R. B. Templeton and her two lina.Mr. for . . .
Klopp has just completed a two
R formerly occupied by Miss Car- sweet little girls returned home last week,
': story building for Mr. P. P. Cobb, which
::1 t V ter.f after a pleasant visit to some of her rela- HARDWAR.
r will be need for a complete line of furni
tivit at Key West.
; '.. t t .' Mrs. Hill was disappointed in not receiving ture. Mr. Col'b has a handsome line of

I I her new millinery goods Monday, tMiss Helen Miller left here Saturdayfor fall goods ll'his store, the prettiest ever

i : ,; 'Jr, Y but hopes to have the opening on Thurs- LaGrange, where she will teach school seen in our town. ...Tinware, Crockery, Stoves,. -
' for the coming term. Miss Helen will be
;, ;- day. The entertainment given by Mrs.V.. Boat Goods Paints Oilf
L. 'A, missed here while she is ,
f y it met We are sorry to hear that S. S. Jones' away. J. Nes-bitt Thursday evening of last week and i'lYrite

i :; fine horse is about to die with congestion Mrs. Jennie Goode, from Clearwater, for the benefit of Andrews! church was

- ,1 and lockjaw. There is no hope for its re- Fla., is the welcome guest of the Hoke well attended. There were views of Paris wo cDITwL ;( L.

4s'J covery. family. We trust she will enjoy her visit i London, Rome and the Mount Pelee for prices. J

; J -1 Miss Lyle arrived on Friday. She will among her relatives in Melbourne.The eruption, which were very instructive.The TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.

I J have charge 'of the City Point school. Misses Sarah and Lula Weatherwax net receipts ftere twenty dollars and Box 212.
r: arrived- here last ten cents. This amount will go towards _
; f I Last year she finished an unexpired term Saturday evening
"y I. from St. Joe, Mich. where they buying a carpet for the church. JAMES PRITCHARD President. C. S. SCHUYLER, oaahier.
.. at Courtenay. enjoyedthe
W.M. BROWN Vice-PreBident. W.S.BEANNINQ A M.Cashier.
t "' summer at their beautiful home. Col. Gunzola Garcia Viet, of the Cu-
y Hammond is his
t' Judge expecting
.7 There is an famine iii Melbourne. han house of representatives, who has ex- RIVER
brother, Dr. Fred Waddams, wife and egg INDIAN STATE BANK. ,
,i #' t daughter this week. They will spend the Parties having eggs would do well to ship ten't> land l' holdings in Santa Clara

I \ winter with him. some to us. Any of our stores will gladly province, departed for Havana Monday

'" i. buy them and pay a good price for them. evening, after having) spent a few days at County Depository.
S Oysters are nearly all dead near the Fort Pierce, the guest of his old friend,
:: Indian River inlet, so Chas. Schoonma- Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Chaffee arrived Mr. H. E. Hill, of the American l>ee- Authorized Capital$100,000. I

l :: ker and\ John Lynn made a trip up the home on Monday evening, after a pleas- Keeper. Previous to the war the colonel Paid up Capital, $ 25,000.

'. 4 river to look for some. ant summer spent in their summer homein was! probably the mo: t extensive producer Average Deposits, $100)000.TRANSACTS .
# Brooklyn X. Y. We all
:. or Mr. G. S. Hardee is having his grove are glad to of honey on the island, operating; A
see this pleasant return to
t at'IIardeeville mowed an wh isn ins the us. 'over two thousand hives of bees, which

t" hay. This grove is jWportrait conVu] The following announcement was re were destroyed by the Spaniards: He General Banking Business. .

I. t have a good crop of frt8 in. of offe 'reived here last Nso--lav: "Jesse Hiatt has however, since then acquired about
\\t\\to wor* all of t bet cat. Fi the number of colonies and and Oldest
;4 ---- same expects Largest :
A arrive
telegram sbM rtrPt I vMirrittofhiariduslu'sr vas > -vutoinakei 9 to harvest at least hundred 1
i one
Bank the
ing the death of jj uk Y-- on
:: "' de li & building.: r ton of honey during the coining winter
I +: ,
i* :XUr, a ty4
t months. The colonel was intensely: interested Exchange Bought and Sold on
Mrs. Blair and ec "
.. that place. \.,\ SLEFUf REDIT. \ rnatirti .,- in East Coast methods of culti- all Foreign Countries.I I

I f l 1 tj I c'Ca. lie Strl "Vating: the pineapple and orange; amicontemplates Patronage(' appreciated. Prompt service
The men : \;\' l'S"r
cI e" i
btla extensive
j-t { operations in polite treatment and every favor consistent ;
I oak trees of lib 'ict.:': t t '''-- ," these lines on his Cuban lands, saying he with conservative! banking minted.CORCESI'NDENTS' .

;, for the stored ", .r; would probably return frequently to the :
}i i kill such rinei .r \\o tt\t coast! to observe our manner of dealing; Seaboard National Dank of New York, i

s we hitch our,'.. -.,I'i > .,... e with the various phases of the indutry.CASTOn.J.A. :: and National Bank of Jack:>on\"iIle. ..t-=s : m a., .

t Cal'dsare f t ;i Id, f ell.S TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.E.

S 4 of Rev. C. }<.J It .. ds of : . .

# Forsyth on tit i BeanB the the K nd You Haie.;;)ijlE Bought: -

J Mr. Blackburnchurch ren.Emul Signature L. BEADY & BRO.
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:. Alice Sandy f"ifh'w4 L ..y TTe iTcsfi and GROCERIES"HAY GRllf AND ALL FOOD PRODUCTS: ;
4 r rnat 10'
trengt 1Stt
; turned on Friday 1 t' i necessary for the
VysJjuuUK produce of all kinds. We arc: a cuta l-.i MapeV Fertili/ers. Weal
} ,. she will complete a normal cou\ .. of consumption and the4airing gel i i- 'HIVC line, of goods, and solint the trade of all consumers. Write ua for ettluair DrirjA
She accompanied GoKt all (TRMMTJ,. delivered at station. K. L. ;
) term. was as of body losses from Wasted aoade4 your BRADY & BRO TlTfsvaitn
Cocoa by Miss Beatrice and Barnes San'

'- ders.The .'. wasting disease. "ii mm PAINTS AND ;

.h Sunday school children had a glo- For women Scott's Emulsion -I The gcvl that you can't see, in a VARNISHES
rious time last Saturday at the Hentz'place. Watch C: i is wasted gold for it
does this and more. It isa adds noth ?Uj8"c ;;scat succcs se 1ttse had in selling these
g to the beauty of the goods atti
Mrs. and Miss
; Mr. Cresson Keys
;, Case adds much to its cost, and is 1 gruticiur demand N wai rantcul our placing
Hentz entertained and gave them the most sustaining food and ; not as strong as some cheaper metals. a carload oi 30OOO |LF.BdK lo arrive *oon. These aii orde oniC r

freedom of the pVeTSL> for the day. The tonic for the special trials that I! lathe the IJCST on the man putd the PRICE is right, {Yet ," r}

; table was set ilk ui\entrance and the women have to bear. JAS. 'ASS pleased to send jou coror cards and quote you prices, O,

J* children did ju.en the< lb P dinner, especially i STIFFENED EAST COAST LUMBER & ,
\, to Mrs la's chicken To children Scott's Emul- GOLD ASE SUPPLY !

sion food and General Office, EAU GALLIE, PL.
ii I pillau. liscovereggjgat' gives strengthfor t sheet of stiffening. metal takes the 4. "
'easure. fsl I place pctJijr* ''* of flesh and bone
I,'SO \ es growth I make' iwvrAtTon8er, cheaper Pierces
hats' ,
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