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 17, 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: VID00648
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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J.ii iZf COAL "islftat .- -r'. M-L ,/ MANILA. SOUTH CAROLINA'S GUN ......
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1 donr .. Major Halford Wants a ?200,000 '''I' "Twenty Inch Tlllman" Compile is PARADISE REGAINED.

; Building For the Philippines. With Requirement of Law. .

rOduct Largely In Demand Major Elijah W. Halford, U. S. A., The twenty' inch Tillman has made 1r
Comes From Small Area.OHIEFHELDSEAMEDFBOMBIVEBS who has lived in Manila two years its appearance in South Carolina to
t I t \ \ T J FlORIDA EAST
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and was formerly secretary to PresI- meet the conditions of the new pistol

:> k dent Harrison and is conversant with law of that state says a CharlestonS.

g,, i r the conditions of the islands and their ( C.) dispatch to the St. Louis Post- 28 1902.MOATNeOUMDRIIAO .
c 9 In Effact Aug.
No. 42.
J: needs, asks American philanthropists Dispatch. It is the invention of a LOCAL TIME CARD ,

g: ;L3 4J1 There Are Three of Them Situated for $200,000 for a Young Men's Chris- Charleston gunsmith. In this instancethe SOUTHBOUND-READ DOWN. W.T .

tian association for Manila and inventor waives the honor of having S s .
c' In says -
4 iiib't Northeastern Pennsylvania, - I t2pile.
x i { that it would do more to Americanizethe the new arm bear his name and is .-It N.. 11' .,. ati Me.Daay <
Mo.38 $0.35
Which fa the, Treasury of Anthracite willing that it shall go to the senior L&1I1 I MAIN LINE DailDaily >LlU
in and have Dui Bally
city a proper way ni Ex.IUIl 1 _
Depolllta-Interior Grade Also
senator of the state, who has made a -

F '' Found In Other. State. greater influence on those islands than reputation as a fighting man and the ........ -Ii CQ p 1015 /. Lv................ .
any one single thing. originator and defender of freak laws. ........ 6 os P 10 23 a .........".. Ja.kloDTtl1e............J.T.. p 40 ........
g, r .. Coal consumers who are anxiously The building he should ...... .. 613 p 11 80 a ...............8t. J.u&111t1De............... ,. 060 P T a .......
rv \ ', looking to that section of the United says occupyan The twenty inch Tillman, as its name ........ e t5 p 102 p .................. Haitlnr ................ .. 614 II .60& .... ...1
$ entire block of ground and be con- implies, is twenty inches in length and ........ '1 C3 p .3 U P M ............... .1.Pa.latka............... .. p. ....,.... ,
States that furnishes the country with structed ........ 1 E3 p 12 at p ................... Neoga.... ............ .. 117 11 a. .......
in a way suitable to a tropical weighs three pounds.; It has a rifled ................ p/ a.
...... '115 p 1 8 p" ................. B enells. 307' ........ '
*. hard fuel have little conception of the climate with a large central court and barrel: and can be set with hair trigger ........ '1"2711"' .................. Dupoo. ...... ......... P iti9a .... ...
........ a 19" 1 ., ..................Ormond............. ... S 31' 5 S" a .
r, 4 narrow confines within which the rich fountains. The building should have though at present the regulation .......' 30 p p lJ p p ..................DaytoD& ................. ".. 315 I' S 2'Ju.. ..;... ;

t deposit is found, says the Chicago departments for sailors and soldiers double action trigger is used. The caliber .... 833 p I C1 p ...............ort0range............... 3 oa p t 15 H'
i 506. 9COp 110p ............... ewl4'n'rna............... 1 P4P '
; r. News. It is all in Pennsylvania and if and should also provide not only for is11.. The model weapon is 23 & ....... 1.5 p ..................OakBlil. ................ .. 41p..1
.. .. .................TUuIiYllle....... ........ 1t3 p..133. PE
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I Filipino men, but for the 10,000 of affair if 600 a. 121
young :something impromptu It
: an ......
.l k. ; the whole of the three big fields were ........ ........ 73 p II ................... Cocoa .........:........: II 111 P.. ....... . J
f \ brought together in one compact bodyit English speaking young men in the is- the term may be used, but if the demand ......... ........ t Cl .................Roeklpd e.. ............... 110 p ....... ..?..... 1
t ( . ... ................ e. 11 t2 ..... ...... .
x 1' lands, all of whom pass through Ma should warrant the regular man- ........ ....... t 39 p ....... .. Eau Ga.Uie P
r + would be no larger than a county ........ ........ 4 39 p ................ :Melbourne ............... 1231 p ...... . .......
:_ \ twenty-four miles long and twenty. nila. He represents that Americans ufacture of the piece may be taken up. ........ ........ 613 P II ................8eblLlitian................. II 11"3 a ....... ........
: nave In the four years of their occu- The model indeed was made by sawing ........ .... G8 P .1............... St. Lucie ................. ".. 11 O. ...... ...... .
two miles wide. ........ ........ 0 20 p Ii .................Ft. Pierce...... ........... 110' ............. "...
j4 I But when the wonderfully productive pancy erected only one structure for off a rifle of .44 caliber and fitting it ......... ........ 5 ZS It II ................ 'YhiteClt,................ 18 45 ...... .....\1. '1
religious purposes and that from money with pistol grip and lock. It must ......... ........ G tl P .. ..................Ttbba.lls.................. 10 Ii a. \
f ," + seams and strata down deep in ........ ........ e is p ....................EdE'n.................... II 102i .
:. .; a' the bowels of the earth of this raised locally. The missionariesare not be inferred, however, that the first ........ ........ e tJ II ...................Jen-en................... ".. 1021
S t i *, seem in accord with his appeal. The twenty inch Tillman> is a rough carica- ........ ........ 7 CO p .. ...................Stusrt................... 1014 a.\. .
'; Ingly small county are considered the ........ ........ 'I 3 p .. ................Hobe SOu'1d................ 9 44
: area in miles has little English speaking young men there. ture. Far from it. It is a neatly finished ........ ........ 1 is p .. ............... west Jupiter ............... .. 9 3j
ttr, \ square or no away from home and surrounded with and guaranteed to do its ........ ..... ... 816 p .............yl'st Palm BE' 8 .,d
significance. The best i ideaof its ca weapon ........ ........ 8 t2 p .. ..................Doynton.. .... ...... ..... em 833 a ........ .... .. .
0.v 1 ' t'. ; to coal be best the fiercest environment, need the conserving work well. It is a credit to both the ........ ......... 939 p ..............Ft.Lauderdale.............. 715 a.. .............. ..
pacity produce ;
's i. may and helpful influence of inventor and the honorable .................10 21 p .. ................Lem'\D City................ 6 53 a...... ... .
t. i :} formed when it is stated that the ant a gentlemanupon ........ ........119 30)' Ar. ................ . 5itaml ........ ........ ..L'v R 45 a.. ... . '
Young Men's Christian association as whose name it seems, destined to
thracite production reaches all the
t well the shed luster. should BUFFET PARLOR CARS ON TRAINS a5 AND 'is'
.. : t way from 50,000,000 to 00,000,000 tons as Increasing body of eligible : The pattern !become .

t Filipinos, who need to be trained in the favorite dueling piece! among
American civilization and the Protes-I those South Carolina candidates who
'r .;)- . At this stage of the miners strike 1
'' u\ \- :;". and the "' '" call for coal with tant faith and practice. "A million thirst for each other's gore. I Be. &7110.. 65 No. !IS No. U No.4 PALATKA NI. 48 Mo. 48 NI.IO No. 54 Ae.Dally. .

t 40 .. I\ ':.A'"e,_ winter coming on apace and with, few dollars given now would do more for The twenty inch lillinan is to be \ Dati,. DaU,. I Dally. \ 7\\ BRAN OR. I Daily. Da111. \ Dall,. D.Uy. Dalir713p =

'\ the country and Christianity in Manila worn in a leather belt outside the coat G 5p l 2 pi 14 a i & v aatka 2\) a 715a 4.5p p
I filled bins, a description of the favored Ie Arl I I I
than $;.j,000.000 anywhere else five or it may be carried on the shoulder or i50p_ 504p 46p1100 +ta ArE:. PalatQ. 606. 685x ,lU 105 755ANNo.
.A k : anthracite district in the Keystone .
.', years hence." across the arm. In action should !be 61 Na 4& No. 48 j! Me..11
State be of Interest.
} may There are rJ UA".rEO :BRANCH. I '
. The international committee of laid across the! loft arm. while the trigger DailyDaily.. Da1.J. !I Ip Dally. .
l' three principal fields, all in the northeastern
; Young Men's Christian associationshas is manipulated with the right fore- "-G 810 a .......... as' P.I& ka......................... r i a p
<1 corner of the state. The southern a li P 080 a ILv.----....... .....80.11 M8.teo..L 1116 a I 11
t been for four years conducting a arm. Naturally there is a good deal ::
y l... or Schuylkillfield is a long. narrow No.T
large work for soldiers in Manila and of a "kick" about the piece, since it o. 8 Mo. 11 No. 15Sun Lift 18 tfo.2 bund'y ... II
-' '
i: trough or.lsin inclosed by a continuous $ Daily \ MAYPOBT BRANCH I Baadtnly. I. .
V ;, ?, :' mountain called Locust or Broad has many English speaking young men carries a slug designed i for an eight Only.Dally. Ex. ,, Daily. Onl. 11 7.a

!f' In evening classes preparing for goo pound ;gun, but that is one of the chief 00 p 10 ua lit a co p 81N a Lv.'h"; : vUl., ............Ar 745 lit 12 ..3 P P
. i mountain on the north and Sharp 'l' 2 ca p 1J, 19 a 6 03 p 8 U a" ..........80. Jachonvllle..LT TIT a 12 U p I as p
h! K \ mountain on the south. There are several ernment and civil positions, and it l1mlIIPSUl' features of the. piece. It t 40 p 11) 45 a G 33 p 914 lit ............PabIQ BEll\rb............ ., '10111. 11 a 403 p
; makes the temporary rooms popular is likely to hurt the man behind it as I t prow 0. 644p 919 a" ..........Atla.n\te TOOl. 11" a 4I P
deep cuts in these mountain barriers 10 Milo 1 CQ 91j') a Ar........... . aYJ.Iort ....... . ....LT e 45 a 1110. 4 32
\ ,> headquarters for English speaking well as the man in front. however,
I i down to the bottom of the valley \10. II No. 12 No I 2DEaly
young men in the Islands. by deft manipulation! the marksmanmay Daily DIUy!
A { A": r- I'' r: i through which various streams pass, bo able to save himself from I SANFORD BRANOH. rx. Ex. ORANGE CITY DRANCU". frj 1I

'l.' E rormmg the drainage Of the country Rann_ sun Snn. 8a0ffi _

;-'' l ) '. and affording convenient locations for SUBMARINE MOTIVE POWER much of the recoil.leanwliile if the a ..........TitusviUe...........Ar! 115p- 13 IJplLv; ....... New Smyrna....... ..ATL :e 49>]
: ..... 0' shot has been well put the man in 18a. LT........... .Mims.............LT IClp It 21pLT| ........ .Lake Helen.......... 30 p
;} .: ; I railways to carry the coal to market. $83 a [L................Ostn............LvjHSl\ 433PLv..........Ora.'ljle Ct .Lv ill
;' I i. In this field there are 146 miles. American Naval Expert Believes front is disposed of with neatness and SKalLT..........Enteprj8"..........LT\11 80 a \4i5p Ar.....Orange City June'.IoT. J
." ; square Electricity Should Be Used.! dispatch.i No lingering illness followsa 0 WaJAr...... ....Sanford.. .... .... .lA.HOOa.
I The second district comprises the
'''\ ; : Shamokin. "The submarine boat of the future wound made by the twenty Inch These Time Tables show the! times at which trains may be expect to arrive and depart
: and
: it < <' Mahanoy Lehigh basins should be Tillman. It is built for business. from the s-Te-al stations, but their arrival or departure at the times stated is not guaranteed?i!
''f I.: .>' which occupy the summit of the propelled by electricity, nor does the Company hold itself responsible for 8.D14ela1 or any co sequence arising tbmfj
& ' said Lieutenant Commander John K. troni. .
r i highest ground between the waters of
,, 1."';, A < the Schuylkill on the south the LeI Edwards day. Commander United States navy, the other All the caddies at on the a Strike.Morris County Peninsular and Occidental Steamship Connections at Miama
; Edwards
,: who Is
l' high on the east the
t Susquehanna on
Golf club Morristown, N. J.. wenton
: + :., known as an expert student of marine BETWEEN MIAMA KEY WEST AND HAVANA.
the west in
t. ; the midst of a dense chain
c'1 '. propulsion is making a special studyof a strike the other day, says the New :

-'.> It of mountains extending across the en- submarine torpedo boats, York World, and members who wantedto 130IIT13 B0UND. : NORTHBOUND.T. t
; tire country between the last two riv- says a
=fi JIo c .. Washington::; special to the New York play had to carry their own sticks. Miami. Mon;. Weds . ................ I l Mp Lr. Havana Thurs ... ........... . ..
I fo ers. In this field of anthracite there There were about thirty regular caddies A ". Key WPP' TU"I"p Ar. Key West Th.ursLT. . . . .... . . .
't; r. are 128 square miles. Times. Lv. Key Wet. Thurs. .. ".. ... .... ..... 7 33 p Key treat, TOM Thure. ... ,.. .... 1 _
"It is impossible to utilize steam for who were paid $2 a week regular AT. Havana. 5 e7 a Ar. M.aml. Wedi. rrh. ..... . .. . ' ;
t- l1 : The third section is the Wyoming salary with 5 cents an hour when 1 : 7 \
submarine _
sailing. continued Commander For copy ef I/oc Time Card addrew any Agent.
and Lackawanna
and It Is the largest
) .. and finest of the great anthracite coal Edwards, "as the heat would working. J. D. RAHT7ER, Aest. Qen. P..... Agent. ST. AUQQB t '

... be too great. Inventors, therefore _
1 I 't } basins. It rests in a beautiful valley, Danger In Fall Colds.

n.., a solid, unbroken field fifty miles long lurn ?d to gasoline motors for surface Fall ioMrue liable! to hang on all win- k
4 work and the ATLANTIC YALD05TA & WESTEK
I i itt and from four to five miles wide and storage batteries ter, lea ing; tl.t' tectls of pneumonia, bronchitis ,
when submerged. On the 1
7 question of ? consumption. Foley's Honey
I i contains 198 square miles of territory. _
i I It is all in one county-that of Luzerne motive power opinions of naval otlicers and: l Tax: cures quickly and prevents serlns No. 1. Stations. --- '

\ t I differ. I believe gasoline motors should ? le'ult-. It is ol'l anal reliable, tried! -
s r+' -and is completely shut la by mounx I be abandoned and tested safe and contains T M p in_______--___----________--Lv Jacksonville Ar---------- _u__ '.
x i I-# .aln barriers. altogether, while others j-nif, no 11 05 p m_--___--____________v_____\r Valdosta! Lv_____nn___h : IlL 1
1 hold that opiates and will not comtipate. Sold b\ ;:
they are valuable for surface :
.1 i a mn\r Macon Lv _
3,. : In the three fields described ---- -------- -- :if .
I- t r I I [.. there are work. These give their boats a radiusof 1Vils.m & Son.COAL 7 ) :s 111---------------------------r Atlanta Lv-------- :. tifu nds" OJ

i j'J: 172 square miles that are underlaid action 1 00< p in _____________Ar Chattinwsa Lv---------------un'c
they could not the ------------- ,
secure by mAr
4 t .z Ith the now precious fuel on which of FOR JEWELRY. t hi 55 p in-----_______ __________ a'hnl1I.v____ I led 303m
iibo storage batteries -------------------.f
the country depends to warm its thou II 40 p ni--------------------------.\r Martin Lv------------------ ___: 5 15 a m
Trench boats 1 understand Blnek t, ;52 ___ ______________
"" : sands of homes. The traveler who use Diamonds" Sold For StickpIns - a m------ n Ar_ St.:..Luiii! Lv------------------- __--__10 15 p m
--- -- -
f looks from the window of a Lehigh t-lectriclty alone but this limits their In (;h h'H'O.: 105")-a-in-_ --.- ,_-r Chiajro Lv---------. ______ _______ (fib p ui
----- --
f i Valley car as the train winds range to some forty miles and makes In one of Hoyt's farces two charac 2 30 i a m------------------------ _\r T .mi \ille Lv-------------u--___-__--3- 00 a -m

the mountain through them comparatively valueless exceptfor ters. Reuben and Cjnthia, used to 7'JO a in_--_______--_____--_--____Ar Cincinnati I-v.-___________ ___--____ __1115pm

I the like passes and scoots down harbor defense. come out on the stage and sing to 0 15 a IH--: ::..:: :----Ar:: _Chicago Ly-------------------------- _7 O Op m
valley a streak not only views
some of the "I believe It would be possible to each oilier about the topics of the time. N<>. 4-Di.xie Flyer-Carries Pullman Drawin Room Hutt't Sleeping Cars. Ja ksonville.
grandest of
i .. scenery the build submarine torpedo boats sufficiently One of them would sing a verse and to St. Louis without j-huise.: making direct mnnrction at Nashville with sleeping cars for
a world, but gazes into the treasury of nKville. Cincinnati and Chicago Through coaches
I I large to accommodate batteries then the other would reply In like between .Tar-ksunville and Mat-on.
black at all \ V tv W.
diamonds without which his own stojw' Stations.

(I ; apartments at home would lose much which would give a radius of action of strain. One of the e verses by Cynthia Connections mad nt .T0.,' >:; n\ille with northbound trains of the S. A. L. and F, E ('.
several hundred miles. The boats E. II. DARVES.
now was as follows: : s. D. PICKET
i of
their comfort and cheer.
:' i I being constructed for the ua Qlr Reuben Reuben I've been thinking rji-ii. Supt (;.n Pass \1.
In most instances these famous fields
I about 1-0: Unix and I see no reason What an awful thing 'twould be
' ;" .. pet their names from the rivers that
If they took to burning diamonds
why they should not be built of :JOU or fiSi
'. }. 'drain the country and In places wash And sold coal for jewelry.
more tons displacement.! ( 1. ::. the mountain bases. The north branch This was Ueu cn's response:
operation of submarine tx ats a
by storage -
of the Susquehanna river is fonuei.,1.-: L batteries Cynthia Cynthia rye'been thinking,
t be
eclu0elyould aexpensive WN1CHFUR I
the junction of the CheuiungSusquehanun And I know you'll take my word,
.t. -< matte ?is the batterhe Not one-halt the populationEver'd -
in Bradford cutlet.t .
most he feature of know It had occurred.

I within the northern boundary 4 V Th i,Holland cost: This passed for merely nonsensical FACTORY LOADED SHOTGUN SHELLS

t ..; state. Thence it pursues a soul 25: OC would rh No
r ones 'lUl' one ever thought coal "New "Leader"
) 'i.; erly course 100 miles to I'itt'ton" ": Rival" "Repeater"
we. would be sold for
jewelry, !but that Is
r ting a valley !500 to I/"-:' 'feet dF' .. .-. -. '
1.P"- -
: hit is i being done in Chicago theseS \JiL 'VOIDIF : \'
first the C1* \up
rk' through .
says the New York Herald. A _'" for reliable
] are looking
< farther south thro Jl-d alf : you shotgun ammunition
1 ; J. stood: at Adams anearoorn
stone or Catskill ?pof/r I I the kind that
: shoots
.r I"'l'l't and offered ;geuuinlj lack dia- where you
formations being's' ,
i I ; ':-ond stickpins at 13: cents' ece.

( There is no coaW JThe black diamonds wtliard umps of I 1 point your gun, buy Winchester Factory
' '
of the state northl ,
the river, but at\ ......- coal I fastened! to 'Bofed gold Loaded Shotgun Shells "New Rival," loaded with

it 'j --' pins. The pale of these! Is was
strikes the inside Black powder "Leader" and "
I : In ; "Repeater loaded
-, ,I brisk, find hundreds of 1\ f em ,
ruing and Lackawa -
twentyUHd in their crnvats.: with Smokeless. Insist
t le" I !lies in a northeast alit [ -r' 1 lu 1 upon having Winchester

;; tion in the form of a i?* i sinejld a HAPPY5HOlvlE od vitrt,4 Loaded shells and
I convey : 11 c fiat ;ractory accept no others.
} quarter, with the by .

Philadelphia and the upper horn i.* ", .- 'E + .fJ. :Load '\ail ALL DEALERS KEEP THEM

f 0.r ing toward the northeast corner of tn\. / 0-" ..C\ -II : :1 Wt. ::1b
... state. The Lackawanna coalfield is 1;. I fn noes.Lv Is one wh ealth ab oher Ser, \\1:"nil' I HTM-. .

r- .' northeast and the Wyoming valley region jpft-t'lliaui S. DL-MTV was sitting \Vithim / ( Tan- a'AUAOUClie 50 YEARS'

- t is southwest of Pittston, both beIng '. vie Four Corners club in NewYork be good IT. / ,; l't. e wuLj s EXPERIENCE

< -parts of one uniform and symmetrically *+& other night, and duringlull a ; With a di\S.: \ ''Y ot the betn great* 9
formed t,0.M; and 15 e r rou'iu tl< LIPPI N CO
basin only distin- in the political discussion the remarkable cannot be
l ;ttmetals. a ca.utt' load ofhCST'o
guished by the famoda streams that weather this fall was men
i ( the 1{
1. drain them. tioned. MONTHLY
,r Qr lea 34 t MAGAZINE
Rhode Island and Massachusetts both "Say, chief," said one of the hunch '.. A FAMILY LIBRARY

k have anthracite coal deposits, but the men. "don't you think them 'ere volcanoes s k
anc TRADE MA The Best In
coal Is of inferior grnfdtod.{ It is said in the West Indies have had DESIGNS.,i Current Uleratuj -
4- practically unfit for Q the Vkansaa has somethiu' to do with this 'ere queer ? * COPYRIGHTS &&V 12 COMPLETE NOVELS YEARLY

deposits of this klnd1.b f'hJt prac weather?" Anyone sending a sketch and description '
Quickly MANY
ascertain our InScientific
opinion SHORT
41; tically little is iPt Dtmotu :'t i d Kansas "Sure," replied Mr. Devcry gravel revivify the torpid LIVER and restore invention tionsstrictly is probably patentable free Communicw whether PAPERS ON ORIES AIV

J City would . ThEr-I\as.e: state "I think the funny weather we bin its natural action. sent free. Oldest conUdentiaL agency for Handbook eecuringpatents.on patents rLY TOPI
1 $2.50
fr Patents taken KRYcJKt.
could produce, actrnlt. ,, t country bavin has bin caused by them volca ttpeck il notice wtthout through charge Mnnn, in the k Coo receive A C0.
A healthy LIVER means NO
Is wont t foes'great noes' Semitic influences.New York I pure CONTIN01i
state of Pe twldatlonkpha&I. e Times. blood.Pure Hmerican, NUM(9ER( COM t.L t IN rTU ,r'

shins of its p )Of bl03UeHealth ls health. week)
' Tbe ale alit Xo danger of if use calaUon of any ecienttfo journal. Reran
.L you i) applness year; four months,5L sold b a
'' The merchan aw now in all t:! 1 rIng ., Foley's Honey and Tar to cure that stubborn eIn1f r w ll natredealere,

to shIp coaJ '" ""It cough. Sold by Wilson & 8011.r Take no Subs All Dru& Its. w p* *,O 36IBfcadway, y York! 9

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of '-- "' ecte>
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rn co' .JOut a. w-Ork 113'I v
'\ 4IDerican pa.. '. 1 1 :itiII .

...... . J' .' i::,. tIl vend n. a fake" of the most ; Cl

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zoological park in New York The tices of forthcoming christenings

[ AND ESKIMOS brute is one of the many arctic trophies burials and birthdays of rich peopleare &.fo:!';_ .__ _- ,- --....,.,. iI _ ..'.>to"- '_ ._. ._ .- _._____ __ -_ ,_ _____-__ _.__'

'.., brought back by Lieutenant Peary. It printed so' that the beggar may
." "i. know where to go to prosecute his vocation
:. \ Is the first walrus ever exhibited here. dI
j: mmunlxnwmMmunuminmmmremrnxnn
i' xplorer Chose Life With The gorilla and the walrus are two with success. Evidently the ?
animals rarely seen In captivity, the trade of mendicancy Is established ona
\ 1. r* Them From Sense of Duty. first because of its extreme ferocityand good business basis In the French

capital and New York Is not the only
the latter owing: to difficulties attending
transportation.To city with a "beggars' trust" I 1 i'
aF DL OOOK EXPLAINS THE TROUBLE niiTi For Infants and Children.
t. 1,1 ii t ji
Electric Shocks Can't Kill IUm.
"a sa Cross Atlantic In Three Days.
'.' George W. Travis, an electric line- :I
,Why Dr.Dedrick Remained In Frozen A Londoner named .John Wills has The Kind You Have
man of the Conestoga Traction com-
: North After Leaving Pearyoffended patented a novel engine for marine
: pany, had a current of electricity of
at Being Relieved of Commandof propulsion which he asserts will reduce 2.500 voltage through his body .
the crossing of the Atlantic to a
the Natives. three days' journey. for nearly ten minutes, yet escaped Always Bought

*Dr. Frederick A. Cook of Brooklyn, with his life says a Lancaster (Pa.) AYegetablePreparatlonfor

speaking in behalf of Dr. Thomas L. Spent More Than 1000.I dispatch. He was at work on a pole theTcodandRegu1atingtheStomRrh.andBowelsof- '

Dedrick gives the details of W. near the power station of the Lan- Bears the
,, following W. Baker, of Plainview, XeU,
the hitter's various Isunderstandings writes: "My wife suffered from lung caster County Railway and Light com

r with Lieutenant Peary, the arctic explorer trouble for fifteen years.:; She tried a pany, when he grasped a live wire accidentally f cv i'
number of doctors and spent over $1,000 and nearly ten minutes I

"The Peary arctic expedition consisted without relief. She became very low and i elapsed before the current from the DigestionCbeerful-w
lost all hope.: A friend recommenededFoley's I power and distributing stations couldbe I Promotes
of three men-Lieutenant
Honey and Tar and, thanks tQ shut off. Ralph Hull, provided with I andRestContains neither
ness ,
L 5 Dr.. Dedrick and Matt Henson, the colored this great: remedy, it saved her life. She rubber then mounted th Mineral. of
gloves pole Opmm.Morphine nor
;;: man who has been with the lieu- enjoys better health than she has knownin
tore Travis loose from the wire and I
{. for a long time. Of course as ten years." Refill substitutes. Sold NOTNAHCOTIC. .
'Jnant were there could be no such by Wilson & Son. lowered him to the ground with a rope. ...
lIe was unconscious, but soon recov
'i as a lieutenant commander altant -
ered. A year ago Travis received a DraPe ofOldVrSWUELPlTCEZR I
ough it was Peary's original inten- SAGE ON THE COAL STRIKE
shock of 2.300"olts and escaped witha
Pumpkin SetJ
ion to place Dr. Dedrick in charge of
SIa Ihe Financier Declares Operator Should few burns, although lGOO"olts are AIxfN1(6
natives. Later Lieutenant
Peary fioJulteSJttAiist -
lSel> Meet Strikers to End Trouble. usually sufficient to cause death. Sfttt 0 I n
found that he could assume charge of ,
iul' rmiI1J
Yt"' .the natives himself. and after that at "The coal mine operators ought to lJ fmdanalJads. .
'fereut times he transferred that duty confer with the strikers. I have no Ills Teeth Held as Security.G. [torn Seed-
; .
'ht. 't> interest In the mines but in C. Bishop of Lodi. near Rochester, flanfitd Sugar
.i.I to Ileuson. Out of that grew the various personal If Jn&y/ws"flare f USB
Ie lam.. [ differences between the explorer many railways that buy and carry N. Y., has recently been living on por-
ridge and bottled milk. This is owingto Remedy for -
.tPbre ad Dr. Dedrick which finally led toS"cviuuV coal and so if my opinion be asked I Apcrfcct Constipation
s his set of teeth being held as security Sour Stomach.Diarrhoea i.
of the latterisiehrf "
can take the liberty of expressing it.
, :. What may be 1 1JUUIP termed the real trou- Russell Sage expressed this opinion by the Geneva police court for a fine \VormsConvutsionsFeverish-k' n n
of $6 imposed upon him for being intoxicated andlOSS SLEEP. 0 U V r
t. J developed after the acceptance of the other night to a reported; the New ness U
.1 )edric.k's resignation by LieutenantfiY says the New York Times. .
: York American at his cottage at Cedar-
j Pear '. Several days after that event The teeth constituted Bishop's entire facsimile Signature of
hurst, Long Island after reading of
1 .:ii"" Dedricli. through a sense of duty the serious aspect the coal strike had assets and were accepted by the police $v. Thirty Tears
<' ume to the conclusion that it was his assumed."As Justice. NE'" YORIC

duty to remain in the arctic with the a director in twenty-seven corporations 7I

expedition. He reasoned also that to i ," he continued, "with much experience VIrele.a! Telegraph on Land. I

return to civilization and leave Peary ; of men and manners, 1 recommend Letters and words have been success l 1 : :

alone in the north without medical aid to the employers to meet their fully transmitted by wireless telogra- I'M""R

' would place him in an unenviable position l- rebellious workingmen in the fairest phy between the Naval academy and i .I

v before till public. way that may be devised. The employers Washington' says an Annapolis dis EXACT COPVOFWRAPPEB. .. i/ ":

"Just prior to the departure of the have said that there was noth- patch. This is the first time that this '''f'',,. -,.411..
Eric for home Dr. Dedrick refused ,to ing to arbitrate, I know and there is; has been accomplished since the appa-
.. t "1ih l't'i1ar.t: b'1 '
go on bard the vessel' and Lieutenant a great deal of vanity in their refusalto ratus was installed here several months i iI

Peary asked Mr. Wyckoff and myselfto make advances to the strikers now. I I

go ashore to persuade the doctor to The employers consider that their feelings ago.The system which was successfully

accompany us home. We agreed, and have been wounded very cruelly."I used was the Slaby-Arco, that of a

for four long hours with a cold arctic admit that. Rut so have been the German firm which was installed by

wind playing up and down our backs. feelings of the strikers. Why can't the representatives sent to this country for The Seaboard Air-Line Railway

we tried to got the doctor to return. employers invite their laborers to meet the purpose. The distinctive featureof

We told Dedrick that we did not see I I I them and talk over the whole matter the system is the large number of

any special reason for him to stay up again? They need not talk of senti wires strung to the pole offering, it is -FOU-

there since the acceptance of his resig- ment. It is n question of money sim- claimed a creator likelihood of inter-

n l.tion made it perfectly honorable forand ply. The strikers are not making any, cepting the' electrical waves. Savannah, Columbia, Southern Pines, ,

i -- return home. In addition we nor are the operators nor are the deal,' .oP" ',pe why he should remain in ers. I should think that the dealers PRESIDENT A GOOD PATIENTSo Richmond, Washington, Baltimore,

\ ate country among the na might use their efforts, combined with

.. is I coast To M 106 wi g on raw meat and wearing profit to themselves to persuade the Declares Sinter Mary of the St. Philadelphia, New York, "

:/W b60k{ garu ns Is worn by the Eskim03dvanced employers to yield. I have yielded often Vincent Hospital.

"fr. all kinds of arguments, although I have boon called unflinching. Sister Mary, who was in charge of .

. .1) A water' no use and he could not be Here is a mortgage the interest the room at SL Vincent's hospital, in Two Elegant Trains Daily :

': .Smith, Gomis determination to remain I ; of which hK not boon paid for Indianapolis whore President i Roosevelt

':r g ,rinhh of Gibberti"k thought it would not : three yoars. Have I not yielded? The was operated upon, declares that Florida and Metropolitan, Limited. Seaboard Fast Mail, '

...:,. overboard from U' l'ear '. Interest amounts to $_.o)4)( now and the IlI'l'siJl'Ilt'US a good: patient and
\' 1 A>I tant F',..,t Otve UP the attempt to the debtor can pay. I have written to that he Lore the excruciating pain of

May 'lst''i' ; com home and con- him to pay or the mortgage will bo the operation without ccunpla iii ng. lie Modern Pullman Equipment.

: hips 5'ti sere was something foreclosed., But I have yielded for seemed interested in the operation) ,

';1, t, wiS8 an judgnieut Of course three years ir.uch as he would! have boon had it ONLY LINE ,

[ '1 .from. theit\jie. and the course he "The mine owners and operators been performed on an acquaintance.In .
Operating Daily Through Sleepers from Jacksonville to New Orleani. _..snatant
p .old h,9mei 'his idea of justice have not yet made COllSiOIlS11" speaking! of the operation and the '.

au ::li me itp it don't they make concessions? They behavior of the patient :Sister: i Mary \
lional .
"'\'[ t.Ir! .d Dedrick food and will be stronger afterward in their consciousness said: For full information and deeper reservations: call on any Seaboartlls wji" v'

, clothes ate Eric of which we of risrht. If nothing clones "The president was courageous in his agent or write to jon. j'

had anffple supply, he refused to of a conference with the strikers, it bearing and evinced no sign: of the -.

take a that,. as he explained he did will be time to invoke the law. In piercing pain he must have endured.I. A. 0. McDonell, Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent,

not think it would be right to live otherwise matters of this sort we haven't to consider During the operation he spoke to me

IOJ than did the natives with whomhe public clamor. We have to consider several times, and upon one occasion JACKSONYILLK:, FLA.

; was going to spend his titre.zs only what is right when I dropped a bandage accidentally

"Finally Dr. Dedrick consented to "Do you know what l'III":1sador of I upon his breast and it rolled to the X SSEj "iKZ.r.Jr".mu.:: ",,,'...;:. "';':\. '::: ..
- conic on !board the Uric and talk the the patricians to the plebeians told<<1 table beside his left hand, he picked it .

matter over again, provided we would thorn a fable and won thorn with its up and returned it, rwuai Ling, 'I'm FOR '

"' give him his liberty if he should stickto moral :" Mr. Sago asked.l "Yl' MeneniusAgrippa pretty much of a nuisance.' Richmond Washington Baltimore

his it.'terrniiiation to stay behind. ," he assentod.! Continuing, 'Ph'.d"lphia Boston Atlanta

i' After our return to the Eric Lieutenant he said: "His fable was that the stomach dsieirle; Chattanooga Louisville .
Peary said to let Dedrick talk the refused to work for the limbs, and
1 Cincinnati St. Louis
Ii matter over with Mr. P.ridginan. Finally the limbs retaliated by refusing to food Kansas CityPittsburrf

:!i Lieutenant Peary said to let him the stomach. Limbs: and stomach" suffered Detroit ClevelandChicago

stay and told us to give him anj.thing atrociously', did they not? And etc.
i. do thero death. 'fheIII'ri<';< n "t;.._
that he needed, which we offered to then was t11 .
II .. but which he again refused to accept. has done all that ono could ask of it J.I. ".dY with I iSll>.

f::. "After leaving the expedition lkllft. to brine the strike to an (']h]. and it ly fnlich. .... I hotel: at l\-llUg I i

; rick lived with the nlti'.ctlout, forty might do nothing better than repeat Tbe. with them this 1 son

;; miles distant from Peary's camp. that moral often"NOVELTY r memlHr.9f family wlid. of f t

t which was just across Smith sound; at f.. e, 1 ., IJ :Ited! Flo43. $. I!! Ml":->. T. [a !I

', Calk yabine. 't'hatinter he made IN NEWSPAPERS. about two mont.inon
3. his way over the ice to Peary's headquarters 1< The new 0\1'-,)e turned into ,;I flan hot/ :\ &tafter. I .
offered his services, Journal For Henuar.and Some of Its Dr PiorocL of set ..Ivatallli
and zee ) .
.f'1, s man h' lIeI'JlIgllrIJI'rh-. I h I".1. t I .1 J.- I't'opI6)
and Queer ""'lIot'tl". Seek the I TErTie i'
:a which Lieutenant Peary declined, ' JIr.lrwir.ue d ows In t,; I tlJaJlIille""
f. he returned to the native settlement. Innovations in journalism are not I wile an-*.;' eleven ftl.'t.ions t'j| extend- co?drt: bolts.

i Dr. Took was asked to explain Dr.Derrick's generally looked: for in Kuropo. but L; I.J LDEfj 'early. M. n'L' ) e si banish bo; .. lted
: has been a few a3 .ivora- f01l0W8:1'
t statement about Lieutenant Paris of late doing fin a fe lfe is a'nrlJ0: : 1'0
m: Tand
? him food."I things in that line which have been '
lefuxal to .
Pear.x's gin made reace out any shG. "I Am fJtY.t.t'a"fJU "n'f"10t;

'. differ with Dr. Dedrick on that distinctly now. The latent, accordingto 'ContjCAL.' N.add, a? the p', 'J'iasfl1' i rfdr. ll'flJt"|
; . f I .
question," replied Dr Cook "and I the New York Tires, is a journalfor I are ,: leasedUl'ri a r ,r'oarh Y
I r0other t ) "Sjii ftg'
which Las beep startedfor ...alu ..r7.a :lre I C'HllIlwd! r..lettyty xpressSpecial
the '
taken beggars:
J think that he should have
. of di emmatin"ore \I healt1.;r'lna6 WI nei:hb'ntv \ and.nns. ''uinu',..fI'1.alln.. ,,'"rl-
we offered him during; the the purpose T1 ':,. .1'ty'.1, , !I h,",, h,' r'a .i.....'.
.f"prorision summer when we were there with the ful information among the nieu:; I -f.iU'U. u/rt. lJ OJ- ,..,!"( p'ers t"t {" illart_. P :1'rPT. -
! t'to \:
deal of bis \\ )f IllS Ji . - 111'-.. :
yin evj Eric I *crick that winter did go to fraternity and the price of which,. J '-. ..n. .hJ ....\\t'riall' f.V'" ;i Is..r \"C1).orl da
and offered to buy cents a COPJ.t a glance it movYseeti ) "tI" 'J'e t n
'1t .ngtLieuten Peary :!on R-e'sf ', hfIltpM'+ ,r ,i'ri 'ate rJ
if this charge WlS.ottage, nv the .J ..'9 -- n. LimitedRTH
"o't ..mle pr, - ns. and Peary refused to as t'UItlj .ufH'-j i dt;. ;
. i1f \commoJ him; I can easily under- considering the suppose The -rum I1 TO PIS AND WEST.

.j *closkaud| that :_ ion by Lieutenant Peary.yoSrj eau> of its fl'llh'rlJUt'r oonoro8er., ; .ts a1

/ he had ISs plans made for the dash the editors know what thl milt some i I n iIS .6 ""

,4 jl:"* the pole, and 1 can see how it was Thc adxortiseinents furm(' I-constnH\IOUI _; eta Sun Pullman Sleeping Car Line Jacksonville to Cincinnati, via ,
roum J
Y \litnhkt he did not have an ounce of food iiis reading for beggars t\'e :ns: to ta 'u Asheville, through "The Land of the Sky. -
spare. '%1 job, though it i i.> drhiikty.:: a"' 'lIloat)
wlu' rec'o INPTU Through trains via The Southern Railway are operated in.
: [You must remember that these three did: how the advertiser couwr il t''fowes'f'i connection with the Plant System and Florida East Coast Railway

n he:! been in the arctic three long I .of u receive an answer to the fo. J I Pullman Sleeping Cars and Hotel Dining 0- <** on all through

d16th '"" \ sen Me113' and an arctic night is 110 days. "Wanted. blind man who can writes Mr JT-cT Beers of Bern'man Crawford .e Xarroi "::'-
: Co., Flo.P For two I tried mcdiane from Ask for Tickets via
years Southern
Railway. 'So. gectioflce Solicited.
& eth flute little.( ,
Unto the
>h. gye never kno men to play a doctors but received very little btnefit. I loci
Beacii'le arct* uiY and not feel like Probably some unfortunate dumb flesh and strength. was not able to do a good MMMaM .* -uy .-MJ.'' in townsi .,, nTlu
work. I commenced Dr. Piitrce's land is unit :.
day's taking
has lllg each nt The fact is this man will tell his blind confrere of the
Golden Medical and when I had
Discovery H. F. CAREY, Fla. Put. Agt, 108 W. fcated. For ftirthf
e ir is simply tue ordinary friction vacancy. taken one bottle I could sleep and my appetitewas n..

Person8. an arctic expedition. There are a Here is another sample of an advertised I bottles wonderfully and am still improved.ioipri ..I."have taken five S. H. HARDWICK, V-H. ;
''QprompUj of little details about the whole awkward ,
vacancy which requires
The sole mothstitution is to .e 01
g that I have forgotten." qualifications ORANO' General Pueenget Agent, I t,
,' : permit the dealer ,he little more .tof|
"'" ,' ;- "Wanted.-A lame man for the sea profit paid by the prices 0 less meritorious ." mlnrtoa, D. tNfrom I Au kinds Of ha *1** 0..

:k'beantifu 'I "home thbfreeledBel i side. One without a right arm pre- medicines. Spine 8is ; you loe.The'jfore 'aaua" 1.5. 1902. and tended to promptly) ...I -a"
enter 10 i
on acres pi h 1 acce jght. substitute foe .. oft
I sale.
: wood for
": of Indian of & 5,,. -. - -, .. ..-. - Stove Y; r
two LnlBER
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or partfcnla i Ada Care E.\aA.tST
address 1 roomsmro..Krttt ranges. ss' ; Fan Gainrgr I A. HA! .. ae -
crop 381 _LL--t,
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:!4 A' EiT E FLORIDA STAR *' d .
: FRIDAY, OCTOBER 17, 190?.

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' C'i: ,.- t fRANK Forty Capt. and Mrs. Coggin are again at Mr. Chapman and family were here Itching Skin

:x = : years experience; all kind of repairing their Rockledge home from a summer from the Hall place on the 14th inst. J J -
done, nice and cheap also ladies'and and
; men's Distress by day night- ,
shoes made to order. spent with relatives in the north. getting supplies. Jr Jg
That's the complaint of those
,- :y ,i r GO TO J. M. SANDERS The Old Reliable Capt. C. F. Fisher, of Titusville, was Padgett Hall, some years ago a residentof are so unfortunate as to be afflicted

4 Store for good, fresh and reliable goods delivering books here this week. He this place, died of typhoid fever recently ] .Rheum-aDd outward -
x # such as Dry Goods Saddlery, Crockery was in his sailing yacht and was going at Lynnville, Ga. with Eczema or S t l

j Hats,Trunks and a full line of Groceries. as far south as Sebastian.The application do not. cure.
: n
-- Several of our people often visit Cocoato They can't. ,

a .,_, t< JARVIS Pleasant HOUSE-open location all the year round. grounds around the Hotel Indian trade or on other business on the days The source of ths trouble is in the

A front. Rates$2.00 facing per day the special river on terms river by River have lately been cleared up and the the steamer makes her regular trips. blood-make that pure and this t' -1-: '

the week or month. ornamental shrubs are in flourishing con Master Theo White, who has been visiting ing, burning, itching skin diseasevi'l: : ;'
dition. Mr. Marsh's arrival is expected disappear. .
i i his grandparents, Rev. and Mrs. J.H. ,t
r I DR. LEON A. PEEK Physician-and Surgeon. at any time M was taken with an ::ci'Jni or r :
Residence Melbourne. At White, has returned to his home at itI A:
I Eau Gallie on arms which proved very vlija.;ietabi-1.: I
'y I. :.r. Tuesday and Friday afternoons. Capt..George Gingras has recently put Daytona. concluded it ws salt rheum and bou TIt! a
r '. + MKLROUllNE.Paragraphs in the water two small launches made by I bottle of Hood's barsapanlla. In two ciav" P b
himself this beauties Guy it seems, is enjoying his after I began t-jirs! i i' felt 1 ct''r 11Wrecked/
t. --- summer. They are
outing in Asheville, X. C., but is expectedback was not long before I VMS cured iiavi. .
I '" 1NbIIN I RIVER RI PPLESSy one is already sold while the other he again as soon as the snow and ice never had any skin d.seabc; 5in<:2." IvlES. !
k '; still owns. get there. IDA E. WARD Cove Point; Md.
1- Your home and property
George Hatch started forth with ...
gun Mr. Joe Bruner is putting the finishing Hood's Sarsapariila should be protected by.
Personal and Newsy Briefs
a and
f.''t camping apparatus Monday ex i touches on the Bond the Insurance
cottage owners
and Pillsrid
at Towns Along the Coast. pecting to join Mr. Hancock and Bryan I
of which
are expected' here from Keno-
1' ,. I Cox; both veteran woodsmen on a ten the blood of all impurities and cure from FIRE LIGHTNING
.:' COCOA. days' hunt at Wolf Creek. sha, Wis., the early part of next month. all eruptions.Mr. and CYCLONES. The expense -

.. ____ __ __ ______ to .
There will not be the usual vegetable u is small compared
1 Supt. and Mrs. R. E. Minis were in
Mrs. G.
.t' S. Hardee and daughters, Misses the risk of a catastrophy
. town Monday.Hens planting in this section this season, owing and Mrs. Halliday, and son Clifford,
: L. :; Maude and Grace, arrived home Sunday like this. Write to or ask .
to the of the markets and ,
uncertainty Jacksonville residents for
., ,: t .f around Cocoa are on a strike, from Wisconsin, after a I. prominent Sclinyler & Brannlng", Tuusviiie .
"I' high charges in moving the and
express crop. arrived in town Monday
: ecgs are scarce..j pleasant visit of several months with Mr. t many years, for reliable information, \j'
:. .l 1 and Mrs. George W. Skelly. Our school has opeiwd with a goodly expect to Fettle here. As soon as they rates, etc., etc.", . _ t
..} i;. Dr. Daniels i is at home once more andas attendance of scholars. Miss Bell, the find land to suit them they will build a l

busy as usual. Several workmen sent south by Mr. home. I
t : teacher, is doing her best for good dis- ROBBINS
"f i' Miss Lizzie Kulil left for her home at shares arrived Monday and are now engaged cipline in the organization of the school. There will he an oyster supper givenby ,

:< : F r Shiloh on Thursday. in laying pipes for perfecting the tilth Chapter Xo. 10, order of the
team heating system throughout the The question often asked! "Is there & GRAHA1A
l \ i T. Sam Sanders, of Indianola, spent house. Some of the rooms in the anything new?" might be answered either Eastern Star at the Masonic hall on next

4' t Wednesday in town. older> portion of the house have never had way-c-yes or no-while the coal strike or Thursday, the :23rd: commencing; at 5:30p. _- CO.

"1 : dfy radiators some political question agitates the pub- m., and at 7:30:;; p. m. there will be asocial
fo ; The Friday night hops at the opera placed in till now. (Incorporated. Paid op Capital $25,000.00 '
; lic mind. gathering: when ice cream will I'e:
". I'<; j . a ;. house are very popular. The sloop yacht Hero, lately owned by !served. A cordial invitation is extended This company owns lands t .

I ;, ':. t,; : Mr. and Mis. Baggett, of Georgiana, M r. E. Day, who has extensive orange Dr. Frederick and Mr. Provost have to everyone. in the Indian River Coun- ;

I .__ 'tj' were in town on Tuesday. grove interests in South Hock ledge, has dissolved partnership in the mercantile try, on the St. Lucie River,

Q ;.' "' .1 lately been sold to patties at Indianola line The doctor returns north with his I at New River and on Biscayne A
Mr. and Mrs. J. 11. Carter, Merritt, I While opening box, J. C. Mount, of l
and is now in good sailing trim. invalid wife, while Mr.[ Provost will continue -
I ; : ," were in town oil Wednesday. This boat in the mercantile business. Three Mile Bay, X. Y., ran a tenpennynail Day.lIneES .
was the of
rt t.' ? property through the fleshy part of his hand" TO SI'iT'FIIE TIME
Rev. E. Templeton and his bright lit-
: * Capt. E. L. and ''
Magruder .
was quite
a 1 thought at once of all the pain and '
; i'"..'j, ,; : ., tIe daughter were in town on Friday. Send for land list. 1
t .- L'-;, racer in other days. I soieness this would cause ale'he, says, OFFICES AT . f
., [ It '... r Mr. Pierce of Georgiana bought a Charlie Hatch killed a big buck while Write for "and immed'ately: applied Chamberlain'sPain ; TITUSVILLE MIAMI.
Balm and occa il.alaftl'rwards.\ --. -------------- ---- ._-
r?. .E Jt mule of Arthur 0. Lapham this week.
out hunting last week and material evidence '
tt. I" ,'r: <"t : --" Capt. Coggin arrived home last week of the fact he brought home a Latest Price Liston soreness and the injured parts were soon EAST COAST MEAT MARKET.

:' I. : k(: :i. looking well after his summer's outing. handsome: pair of antlers. The trophies healed.! For pale by WiNon: & Son. G. F. DUREN, Agent,

J 41 It, \ I' ::.; :! Mrs. J. It. Field, of Indianola, spent brought in by Garrett van Houte, who Watches too li'Iorida

r : : ; .' !tyti several days in town the first part of theTieek. was out at the same time, are the rattlersof C 1k. S T 0 H.I .A. .

l I. : r.'.. "" ,'.' a six-foot snake and the :lower jawbone : SS i Bears the _/J the KM You Have Always Boyght t 1
I : of a "razor back" with teeth and 4'- \ ; '

, .{.!. I. t rJ: < fe Miss Clara Sanders will visit Miss E. tusks intact. The latter he means to Signature of 3,

: I:; ."' : '. 'rrii Dart in Apopka before she returns to her have polished and made into a rack for and ij

+' + ,Yr', home. pens; while not an exact counterpart of c \\Yestern '

: .l 4 :", . .4 Dr. Scofield is having the grounds around :Samson's: weapon of biblical note still \\ith S. W. MOODY, 7,1r -

t I'.' .. jfrfc* his cottages; cleaned up and im- proper use in a minister's:; hands it should thatsf i iof

rt ;* I' .- .. : -V" proving the place in general. darkness.become a factor in routing the powers of Electrician, Gas Engine Expert.TITUSVILLE ,I all iKinds.
e We are now enjoying the Japan pert -
p I If
t 4 t.: ;t.p', t Simmons the native persimmons are WHITE CITY. FLORIDA. 4 i, +1 't 1
r .
,t.., : ifyripening.. also. Thoroughly understands all tnrf'hanicaI I .
7 " OY Mr. 4:
Sogard the of Mr. I. P.
\.p' guest
work in these l Storage Battc'rit11
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S. .. u k Capt. C. F. Fischer spent several days Christiansen f
recently. amos. :Magnetos overhauled and rl'pairt'll.
y ;I I': ':' ; ... ; <0s>*i' in.Cocoa, I last week. He is on a cruise tow rp CorrC'sl'tult'DI'I' Solicited. Titusville, Florinl 1

,7//' ( & the Narrows. There will be a dance next :Saturday; ___ .
1 Y.* night under the auspices of the club. S
.i !! ,..; Roy Packard left for Miami on Mon-
'_ Y, : .\ ..f kyt lie will take the operator's place, Mr. Lamont spent Monday in Jensenon Jas. Pritchard & S &

i I. 'v**1 L who is off on vacation.. business, returning home Tuesday F422.G. .
> '
[0. morning.
t., :\11'. John Tayloi's mother and sister Headquarters 4

:,-' .: arrived on Saturday. They will spend Our young people are arranging for an L. Mandaville for..r a4HARDWA4it

J .. the winter with Mr. Taylor and family. entertainment to be giveu soon in the ,
/, ,- school house. JEWELER AND OPTICIAN,
Mrs. Jarvis has her house nearly all I

i engaged for the winter season. Dr., and Will the mosquitoes ever leave us? Mr. Titusville.

4 Mrs. Di Bol will be here in December.Mr. Austin said tome time ago that they were

!, only visitors but we are beginning to -- .. .Tinware, Crockery, Stov 1ff -
# Gibert, Fred Travis and Win j:
.** f'1 In Moore provided their homes with deer they are residents. T.1i Boat Goods, Paints Oil' ) 7 ',:

.172 a meat last week. Venison and brownjwlth :Messrs. Driggers and Cameron carried 1 May: Hudson, of .\rkanQ! : was a and :

I'' I_ 1 \ gray is-all right. home a fine deer, which they shot near pleasant visitor here Nitmd.iy and Sund.iy. U/

the e'ti Hog Pen branch, six miles south of here, VVOODEN-VV .:
: ; ,: N "Mr. and :Mrs. O. K. Wood, Mrs. W. G.
r *"Klt Y Saturday. Maybe they were tired when C. D. Blake-lee's: poer fish: boat is do Write for prices. P
Patterson, Mrs. A. A. Taylor and Carriemacje
': they got home. ing lot of work now, bringing in a load TITUSVILLB, FLORIDA.Box .
theatre in Atlanta
;. a pleasant party ,
1 Some of of fish every night.Mr. ; 212.
Ga., one night this week. our young men gathered to

: clear off ground on which to play hall G. Pend.irvH has 'chased live
; ' Walter Hatter and Zach and Jerry Dixon pin JAMES PRITCHARD President. C. S. SCIIUXLEB, cashier.
last:: Saturday, but failed to on the of land here
\ Were out killing time in the woods agree acres preparatory to build W.M. BROWN, Vice-PrcBident. W.S. BANNING Aast. Ca:>hler.
; site, some going back home and otherHworking ing. Mr. IVndarvid will rake
: 4 one day last week. Maybe they I will l I pineap'
where they thought bet.inch:
.., J ave'bigtter luck next time. i pIes INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK.County
i is
always the case where there i is no real
.\n athletic association ha started here
t Geo..S weeny has a new motor in his organization with a leader. ,
and already has a horizontal hare
boat. We advise him to make home np
Since last writing we have another addition IS. Other fixtures will be added at once. Depository.
.? early these the boat be
night, as can
.. to our circle of residents, Mr s. Stuart expects; to turn out a lot of strong Authorized Ca.pltal.lOO.OOO.
: heard four miles, more or less. Joan r
and children
Traynor two from men.
Paid up Capital, $ 25000.
The town election passed: oif very quiet- Xew Jersey )Ir. Traynor came a few-
Contractor Bell, of Palm ]Beach
t'f: 1 ly Mtonday, Dr. Hughlett: Sam; Childs : weeks ago and is farming with his here recently and has a force of wa Average Deposits, $100,000.

; **: and Fred. Fisher were elected. Jack I I brother E. J. Traynor. .Mrs. Traynor is work on :Mr. Dominic's TRANSACTS A

llemin'as elected, as marshal I| delighted with the climate, but <3h! the
I w X Hell also! has the rontract to build a hour Genera!
"10squitoe8. ,. Banking I Business
Judge" Hammond and \ he ri_ ........, for Mr. .T. C' Hancock, of Illinois.

f 'Waddam-spent: Sunday w ?' .ttJI' -,. 1 I A launch party, consisting of Mfcses Lartu'Mt and Oldest
t Dixon. The doctor and wife ; f !
\ ... l1l:1r :
., ii! > Amv- Kitehil J anti May: Hudson: Stanley Bank OH the River
shoi't time now and return lat k . n Q D' .
\. .b. ,i 1 K III'hillgand .\. L. Lane, made a trip t"I'.e
season. 1 *
I '
Lucie Exchange Bought and Sold
H. inlet last
week on
r Jt.p V e '1" 11 I.., wheiethey N
to 1" Col. and Mrs. 1. did,' 1L "rrivet .... s:I's l'lit the day in bathing, fishing: and all Foreign Countries. '

4 .. Tuesday's ,train. Jp Of/' }avis\ Beringhells and sea moss. Quite a t'atronage
Rtrcrt t INkI j ; apprfri-tti-il. Prompt service, r
x them with her c' I/st >rr / larf"J'( llbl':' of blue fish I
_: uotid I mV ::: were caught. The polite tn .S health is much', ::1t: t t!t weather wa;,: cool and all e'ljoyed a tint e! with coiibervatiu- banking fjr.tnted.

r 'nel's. is not so tar, The 11 II''linner and had a good( time \ COPRESI'oNiENTS;
J 0 :Seaboard National Rank of New York
Cocoa will soot card cS .-
. ...;; TOUT I'IERCgo1C and National Rank! of Jaf'kson\"i1Ip. .
J - - -- -
It houses; from > pIt1S. II
ti t and getting rear.S % IIJ. 1 juries"SS Mrs.V.. J. Nesbit, 'n Eau I TITUSVILLE. FLORIDA.
all the th. Gallie returr
f reports ; blood Saturday night. I
heavier than it has t... : ......
S. J. lLuo
ell and
(es. \ sine Jlld SOj'd F .. I \ r-. L. BRADY & BRO.
., Saw palmetto hen bv Eden, were in ton. Sund' i-, I aC ,
wll tl .. Sl _
i \c..Jia
t Hamp Bradford had aPart) mi."- : "'. ,\Ioore'1-: :'-l'fse| : .1 : "
to gather some the first of the"(, =,\) }the right Co.: was in tow er Sun 'L if : ij GROCERIES, HAY, GRAlHANHLL .FOOD PROBTOS.' t .

i The berries are fattening and make a;g ...i terYtlr r.cauo bones in t trif g? iss& l>rlu.T .11'aU l kinds. We are uwS ;

f medicine, one has to acquire a tasty 11l1Ull s.t. Littlcdoscsever'daygi Jasper I 1.'hi'l Brokr NVs-bi DeLand, .hetnploysMl '," J.-\er, I ,--31 hr1l's of //'IIOtlS. and solicit the agents trade! for of all Maws'lI\hUnH'rs.Fertilizers.. 1Vrite-, ,}o J r,''?"IVl' J t
c.Jour- l
for them. \r" !'tore. \ delivered at your station, E, L. Bro. prices J. {

; tier. !he stiffness and shape Kl Taylor. i 1S est PalBeac1 i.,j,fo.'iS ;n. I,

,., Out of Death's' Jaw 8. that nealthy bones should have. at the I iuu Ciufjeauty:: o.... Fridi: I.', was' : PAfiTS R siis' ::
"When death seemed very near from a c cost, ant ink H ft I AND
tj severe stomach and liver trouble, that I Bow ]legs become straighter, Rev. Dr. Moor paper meW s.fl:_ fJaTCiU'i'l .

+ had suffered with for years," writes P. loose joints and dist: church :Sunda; V0dy% tifi &, great microsv' Jiinin had in sellinr 1LeNC -
Muse Durham N. CL "Dr. New i grow stronger ,I'owln goodsat.
-r4: King's fr ;; demand hITantf'd
f Life Pills saved my life and gave perfect *!rmness comes to the soft Capt. Benj.: Sooy, a I'rived ] carload of :10,000 P0 t. to our 1)larinr; gut order'

; health." Best pillsrjsagarth and only heads. Atlantic City, N. .1., in lfjJj|[ >, Mon the BEST 011 the Inarke girlie soon 'here rootls -
nigh for the winter. the PRICE is I'jght.Ve
all tihi
25c. '
55 at druggists' leased to send
)'OP color
ids and '.
Wrong food caused the Mr quote J 011 pl'lteH.:
and Mrs. H. B. Sanders of
d Ii West
S-' 2 ing The to ship merchants coa of j e state an |e prepar- trouble. Right food will cure it. Palm Beach, were in town last Friday,the: EAST COAST LUMBER & C r

a COUf In thousands of cases Scott'sEmulsion guests of Mrs. Tyler. General Office, EAU GILLIE SIPLY

Ainericf a great has proven to be the J. C. Michal, has bought the lot opposite Yards at TittmUle, Eau Gallic an _
Look with bnB raft &e ruptipus the railroad tank of :Mrs. M. A. Tyler, ,

1 .. Blotches Sor ar.tai. V. fn't right food for soft ones in and has coi ' to build a liven1stable. HATCR .. ..

have them, Ao doses childhood.Send. health. .. ..
t ( Bucklsn's An" all Foley fa q,,

face. Eczem, born c11 o for free sample. Miss GracPinessn, will l leave Sunday Dealer--In- Genp -I ,

\ fore it. It s, SCOTT & BOWNE. Chemists for St. AugsuiAH Wiere she will erjjer the T
chilblainsX ,g tht F. atR 4O9-415 Pearl Street. New York. hospital QQ fl1e Qr nlanC.. '';- 8 arE consisting of everythinz"7* 7
of '-" *" *
all drnsrican papers said abc soc. and|i.oo; all druggists. -"umr .' :s: ...., "nrrtxnitfi+ 1 the -

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