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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: November 14, 1902
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
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s +; r. 6 THE FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 141902., '

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: .wish by no means to present an COAL MINE "OF-'-THE-FUTURE , -
OUR view of ,the outlook. What anti Edt com OF Flt)}IDA ,

< wish to do,is merely to sound a Inclined Drifts Extending Ten Miles is BUUDIS& RCAUfED.tt. f

(f-w vative note of warning. I be Into the Earth.It \ ,t . .

rr. Note of :there are in the situation tenden- Is estimated by.an English author M

In which are elements of possible ity, says Engineering, that -somethingover FLORIDA EAST CO; T RAILWAY.: t
Frank A.
,I On the other hand, I by no 200,000 tons of Welsh coal have

; forget the long list of favorable
i i.I i. been purchased for American consumption -

x I . nIFRESSIONS OF account.upon the opposite side of since the anthracite coal strike be- LOCAL TIME CARD No. 42. In Effect Aug. 28, ISO! i

It has been calculated that 630-
I gan.
of the
J Judicious recognition re- NOtliH80UNfr-NUD UP r
i I. conditions now visible in our COO.OOO tons of coal are now used annually SOUTHBCUND-READ COWL

: .( Cx-Aiiistant situation may save us from throughout\ the ",world of whichamount ... .0.32 i' ....12r.
f'.
I ,/ I 1Iry Says and humiliation later on-a 148.000,000 tons are consumedin .*. U No. 19 No. sa MAIN LINE. ;j Daily S Da1l1
bally D : x.l
( \,! .< I the American from which recovery will the United States and 140,000,000 In ExSun, Daly5C3p Dail y
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: % ". Market II Chee slow .nd painful." Great Britain while further calculations - .
.. ...
I i 160& a.f
...............Jacksonville. ......... ArLT 1 Mp .. .. I
::, amination of Our the coal burned annually In ... .. 1015 s LT :::: iaap d. .
.I i place ....... *
.. ....:... CCS p 1023U & ............South Jaoksonrill ; ..... f
'r' < tion, He Says, HOUSE SOUVENIRS. the world as equivalent to 1,30,000,000 ........ .C1! p SO & ..............St. Anfustiae.............. OOO P 'f OSa . ....
: Olt
1 ........ 8 i5 .............. Hastings ................. p ....&
pica p 8 O. -
t. opment Not horsepower. ........ 7C3p _,Ill P It ...............East Palatka............... II 4 ti P .".... .. I
'., Plan to Aid In Erecting Wom Professor Lapworth. speaking at Birmingham ........ 733 p It 61 p .. ................... Seoga...... ............ ". tiP. 17O3 $ .wn' .
\. : : .. Frank A. Vanderlip en's Exhibit Building. ........ 7 45 p 1C! P .* ................. BumnellsDupoat ................ .0' ft r t .. t4 ."...".' a
i. .I
t recently as president of the ........ 752p319p" lit 16 .................. ........ .......... II 3U P t ...
;;, 1 : retary of the treasury i Women's National and Interna- South Staffordshire and East Worcestershire ........ 14D p p ,. .................Ormond ............. .., 3123 p 5 3J. ....
'{ -) : his remarks at the Exhibit ........ 830 P 1 U P 44 ..................Day'ona ................. M p 52:5: a.. .... ,
association has adopted Institute of Mining Engineers, ........... 1 06 6 11 a 'i
..... p
.
,, I I m'rce the .... . . 8 33 p 101 p It ............... PorlOrange at
banquet ............... 2 i7 'U.
method for the purpose of rais estimates the duration of the coal resources 600. 9COp x17 p 14 ........... JI
.N.wDIDr.rn.
.. mington, N. C., said: 623aiOOa ....... 1.5 .. ...........::. ............... a 24 p. .
!: : \. funds says a Washington dispatch of Great Britain at 200 yearsif ....... 3 11 P ..................TtOakH e........ ......... 1 43 p..I. >> I I
p ....
1 am Just back St. Louis .. .. ............... Coco ................... 113 ... .
s Globe-Democrat. The mining can be carried on at a depth, ...... ........ 3 =3 .. ..... .. . ......
\ ; : ropean trip and have ........ ........ t 01 P .................Rookledge................. 110 P I as
of the moat has procured hundreds of of 3,000 feet to 4.000 feet. This should ........ .... 11 31P ................ Eau G&ll 1 e ................ 13" P.
.; .; pieces of wood, marble, hand- not be difficult, seeing that copper is;

,. i .f I statesmen and nails of 1814, ok hand split mined in some parts of the world at \
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that a year has plaster,, tiling, flooring, timber 5-000 feet He drew au imaginary pic-

f 'view Is extremely fresco decorations taken from the ture of the deep coal mine of the future 1

,.1 In every capital I House during the mouths of which will be reached by inclined -

,,, i i I mind of almost and July of the present year, drifts or tunnels of six, eight or ten p.7
1
/. "j L. International affairs
S (' extensive repairs were begun at miles long. There would have to be
:. l' iverscd a belief that
historic edifice. All these frag- two or three tunnels to each mine, similar ,

t. present marked the are being sold as souvenirs of in construction to railway tunnels,

'I'.j 1* i of our overflow of original White House, which up to with double lines of, rails and served

\ .;.'. ,, I- i, ropean Industrial present has undergone few changes with electric loeomoti H'S. :::::::: :::::::::110 SO pAr.:........ ... ...... Miami ....... .... .... Lv 6 43a., .." . ... .. ....
:: J a i day a feeling of
the of Madison and
days
Dolly In these extensive mines he considers BUFFET PARLOR CARS ON TRAINS 85 AND 78.
and anxious interest
court. 7.000 or 8,000 men will be employed,
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: 1 ; 'They note that the of the fragments has been tied and such mines would in fact be subterranean BRANCH LINES SCHEDULES.

!. 1 t pur exports came to with red. white and blue \.
rib
t : coal
: towns, in which the
,t.! ", t. I ago. They note that and then labeled as a guarantee of MX 57 No. 851 hi. 53Pally. Mo. 49 No. 47Pally. PALATKABRANCH. No. 48Pally. No. 43Pally. No. 50Pally. No. 54 Ho. 51"D&11.
7' : last two years have workers would remain secral .lays under I Daily \ PallyT2TF, Dally ;
genuineness. The association is .
ground. The output would be 30Xu( )
: I. : the record for the aD3p 4' p HTa 62a IT Palatka ArArE.PaUtkaLT 8 20 a 715a 11 t5 p 1 J ie
cartloads of I
_,,' more than $ these souvenirs on tons to 40.000 tons per day. He "does THp I 663p. 45 p 11 co p.1 045 a 6 00 a I 8 B5 a ,i32 p I 8 Oil* 1 018
4 being at drugstores at 25 cents frag- ---- '.
a
hot think this
't" ; r bnly] a little over.$ and prospect an extravagant Ko.87 N..45 No. 48Pai.y. N".r 1
;- hopes by this means to help assumption as to the: capacity and triumph Dally Pally. SAN MATEO BSANCH. I Da'LJdicsl
{ .f. t. "They note, too, the $:!::5UOO needed to further the of .

; balance engineering science. Wema ... ..... .........................
1 r l' tremendous of I 6 10 a680a Lv... .... ...... .East: Palatka An! 5Ma336a r't'nr. 1
j. ( i the women's permanent na add, continues Engineering: that I 1 ] I, Ar............. ............ ,San .Matio.... ....... .... ... .. .. .Lvi I J I .It' Ijfcind'y
; government reports
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and industrial
exposition in this -' :ha
ir the American coal area is 2i,500 No. ko.. 20 '
ij, No t 15 I
ror a balance running No. 17 No. 16 j Mon il I
( The objects of the exhibit are to square miles, as against 'J.UOO for scat Sund'y Pally.2COp PallyEx I TZAYPOKT BRANCH. I Dally.8s.d J TveLTI ,
Df almost $600,000,000 the handiwork of woman's _0ny.! Only. .Sun OnlyJ I .. ,
J
seem have Britain though our mines are much ...........J..ebtmY1lle .... ... .... '
,
to any and inventive to 06 a SCOp 8 80 a Lv. Ar 7 45 aU :: p 'D .
genius. Plans deeper. America used ,. ......... ,
f. 3,1K)7 coal cutting tC3p IOU a 903p 842a .So. Jack8onTllle..Lv T 87. 12 2s. P' 100.
jnpon International the building have been prepared by machines in mines while 243p 1045 a 6 3p 9 14 a It ............Pablo Beach ........... 7067W a 11 hb
; ; as a matter of Paul J. we use SiSp 10 bO a 844p 919 a ..........Atlantic Beach......... a U 49 .1 I Iv i
; debtor In the world's Pelz who was associated 311, or less than 10 per cent, thoughour lOOp 1105 a 7COp g558 Ar.......... . .. Mayport . .,... ...... 045 a aoa l' K, 1\,
I i Mr. John L. Smithmejer in the number is increasing He. U I No. l 12 I lC '
i that now, In the of the plans of the library Daly> SANFORD BRANCH.Dallr iDail) ORANGE CITY BRANCH. I

rily bountiful The building will have a The Tuankagliiuff! Turkey, Sun Ex. !iSus.Ex. ID 5x.- I. _

., t> 'Bon when a '\ exhibition hall and separate How often I think of the dinners I relished 'I :5&: iLv.TitUiTllle.Ar lisp '3 13 Pi Lv..Nl3w Smyrna ... .. An r

; direction might for each state. The 1 18 a Lv............M Ids... .......... \,,101p |i41pLv.LakPHeien..t. > :
concerned project has When I 8 S3 & LT.............Osten?. .........LT 1151 4 3) p!tv..Ora'.ae City . .. LAr >,l'a'
; .we are the indorsement of many pub- was a youngster far back on 8 ') & LT.........Ente-prtse..........LviUSOaAr 4 43 p| .. ...Orange City Junet ....LT.6 r .
{ Sterling shall lead to all the and the farm; 0 80 a ..... ....Sanford.. .. ... ...Lv 11 00 a : .
I men over country in How often by time and by distance embellished :
"If we are honest ,' Theae Time Tables show the times at which trains may ta Up CL' to arrive and dept I .
1 must admit that the The thoughts of those dinners from the a.vetal.ta.:1oni, bat their arrival or departure at the times stated ia not RU-kraie-
harm my mem- nor does the Company hold lt. lt r.ipoaslbl for any delay or any oonseqne arising Hail
vasion of foreign ory
(
xom.
NEW SUBMARINE BOAT.
T still colossal, But Thanksgiving dinner, the best of till '
are dm ours, FOR INFORMATION RELATIVE TO SAILING DATES OF P. & 0. STEAMSPIP C0 ,!
crease which they of Vessel Unlit by British Whoseuniptuous bounty I sadly recall.
I PANY APPLY TO ANY AGENT.
been checked and Naval Authorities. Embraced every good thing fur saints and IS

er t recorded. Our for MmrbThj For copy of 10':<11 time card apply to any agent. !t I
Y British naval authorities, al Thanksgiving turkey the best of
> for the fiscal
year they are not building a great them all. J. D. RAHNER, Asst. Gen. Pass. Agt ST. AUGUSTINE, BL
000,000 less than the of submarines, are experimenting The Thanksgiving turkey, the fat, juicy _.
Our turkey. ------ ---- -- -
two years ago. $221,000,000."I
carefully with those they have
: domestic merchandise The well seasoned turkey was best of
are said to have reached some im- them all Y
I \J i $100,000,000 In the
conclusions says the New-
,4 creasing imports we The possum was sweet; the potatoes 8RA ARV.L.IR
Evening Post After prolonged around it

k I j large increases In our with several of the: boats Were Simply delicious; the gravy was .t

; '. -I eign goods and the Irish sea: It has been determined line; 1
year stands more The pks and the puddings were great, and
t a number of alterations and modi
1 found it
i
above 1S89.\
j tt are necessary. They do not A source of much pleasure to sample LINE RAILWAY
7 "If we chose to ,
the wine.
1 {: to have maneuvered under wa
our domestic I tasted the dainties: ; the cakes were the
for more than an hour at a time FOR
surest -
there, too ;
\." a good deal of mystery is observed: The custards the best that my mother
t > sweet satisfactory. their work. The fastest of them could make,

i less than four years go twelve 1,n?is with; her turret But better than these and I loved it the Savannah Columbia Southern
total bank deposits: dearest Pinf
and eight knots under water.
1' over $4,000,000,000, Was Thanksgiving turkey the brownest .(
increase In the specie gasoline motor will drive lll'rIt' ) she'd bake. Richmond, Washington, Baltimore, Ij
The
without replenishment. She car- Thanksgiving turkey, the fat juicy

holdings of those a crew of seven men volunteers turkey.The ; Philadelphia New York ' t
"What has \\fll seasoned turkey that kept me i. ; '
of whom have been '
markable : sworn to se- awake. TBW 4
Her armament consists of four .

The mind answer of must at> 'en inch Whitchead torpedoes. But have now endedMy that the days of my boyhood -H, 1 i.v

any can be discharged from almost >'uulhlul career is a thing of the -* .
the principal reason position. past; Two Elegant Trains Daily : i
: of deposits and the fret far <
My away from the farmhousehave
new type of submarine 100 feet H
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pansion of loans is \\ 'ndCllnJ
great movement and capable of making: fifteen _\ landed me here in the city at last. Florida and Metropolitan Limited. Seaboard
:' on the surface and ten below, I'm seated today at a boarding house:: ta- Fast lik:
significant feature in
!
Lie.Wht're,
just been completed' and of this i ,
of the last half dozen hash is the principal food thatWe
things are l'xl't''tettmol1; oth
ment to aggregate cat.
' iniprouniifiits, it is provided with a And mem'ries of boyhood teem more likea Modern Pullman Equipme_*
meats into single grl> "eye." called "cleptoscope," fable t :
and to convert the .
\
Than -
something that once was realit-
invention of Sir Howard Orubb A .
ship into corporate sweet. j
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is said to give a much wider ONLY XIRTE: {
han entered actively Oh I yearn for the turkey, one slice of
'< of \ision than the periscope.ular th. turkey, .
financial
r operations. The Thanksgiving turkey that nothij.i; Operating Daily "
,; .It must be admi ... ,'ouldI.'"' Through Sleepers from Jacksonville to X" .".
.ilOt'd Gec '.
we have been ('on rnllh -La"r"n" -Hext in Lfppincoiticniber. ia

.f amount of liquid ideas of peog- .

., forms of investment. > necessary by tlw ,
'f I'.artin Laud. In u.hbh.t .
The is. of
i j n cure course 11 of the Cauadiau about $l0.Ow. ( For information and
; peiiditures of that ousidered to be jagent sleeper reservations sal!! .: I
i ' they will come as just been euuiladelphia "ri or write -
Press. ato the streets by
ty. What is the line
the ,
territory is my. This means: r
((Illl1,000 -
i j it seems to me .
nearly i annum for the
square miles A. 0.
!
the total income : MacDonell Asst.
: Gen.
mnts. text to Greenland chiffonnu... panting their wives Pass. Agent, f

+ "Is it not well to ..1 the world. .\us-- and faiailie. "" -w ,rly 100,000 persons:
I
t future? If a $ ( .vf.*& ago teen classified I live it very comfortably upon their shareof ..1'K o\ r" ''I : ,\
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of gold can serve as .. _u -
}al1si\ of so hi.iiiy I

its and loans what SoT .. F LiuEI
Cure Fur V"lu <>iiin;; Conxli.: 3
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of $100.000,000 mean
C. Leuriaux. a young Brussels

'I answer lead us to jluIl has discovered a serum; that It may I h

1 f1 ble effect of future whooping cough. s.t> s the :\ the chai .1 CHT1t1tt
.
, "Let us examine American. The straw is inj \ l'I I :
i4 I active LI=., e
1 For the first nine i er the skin in the abdominal region I %.. ". FACTORY

fa our imports ; is quite harmless. The lnt effects' With a well coil R LOADED SHOTGUN SHE LLI .

i ii $oG,000.Ku. and it I the serum are apparent in forty- 'I one can do moun; \.. .. .i or, New Rival" "Leader" "l 1
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,'. *_ $, tiered that the total hours. Not oulj does the appli without fatigue. .. ,.,_ ,: i :
year were $ produce an early cessation of ,

f 1898. On the other distressing fits of coughing, but by It adds a hundred per cent to you are looking for reliable sho tgui !
7'j our exports for the ones fC r-
malady can be cured in from earning capacity. [Dr
munition the .-
kind ,
_'j year decreased $ to ten d*.ys. It can be kept in i that shoots where, Y
healthful
:
: the record for the nine action point
by and only byIItt's your gun, buy Winchester F2 rr .
net balance on $ is
no cough medicine so popular
C favorable than the )"' Honey and Tar It contains:: Loaded Shotgun Shells "New Rival," loaded';'vff *

+ r j months of the or poisons and never fails: to' Black powder; "Leader" and "Repeater "

f. : same time we have For sale by Wilson A :rx>n. with loader' .

'. gold. For the ' Pills i f I Smokeless. Insist upon having \Vinchestj "

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\ .. with September our O A.1g T O R. I .A, s Factory Loaded Shells

"f" balance was $- ,tie / The Kind You Haw Atoays! Bought ,I and accept no other

Jf '\ $tfl,000.0V; > fur the ALL DEALERS KEEP THEM 1

:' months, a decrease of 1 TAKE NO SUBftTITUT: -- %.


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; rHE FLJRIDAI STAR : 'FRIDAYJ NOVEMBER' 14, 1902. 7
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'THE': you see, from the raglan sleeves;whl< ') NEW FAD I IN RINGS. ,

USE OF SOFT COAL ,
hug down about the. shoulder antigive $. .' }f,. -- -. - c. _. -- -- .
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: a slender person a meagerness FaxhJonable- Woman. Diaplay One - -- -

that Is fairly woebegone In effect.A on the Outside of Her Glove. -- t

r latent of Demand For It Since At a recent performance at Mrs. Os- .o .

Move to Protect the Elk. born's playhouse a woman prominentIn

j the Strike. The demand for elk teeth has become the "smart set" made a startling effort l. ;;; CASTORIA I

y' so great within recent years on the to Introduce a new "fad" in rings,

part of the members of the B. P. O. E. says the New York Times. As she .

BETTEBHEING, -FAOILITIES KNOW that the sportsmen of the west accordIng raised her opera glass to scan the II h'" 'Ill II 111 Illlllllll"IIIllhllllltlll', , ". ., 1 I, , For Infants and Children. J
to a St., Paul dispatch to the Cincinnati house from her box it was seen (it : : : : '
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Bituminous Enquirer are preparing an appeal could not help but be seen) that she
; f tome Dealer. In Regard
to President Roosevelt that he wore on the little finger of her left The Kind You Have t
,Gain of Thus Fuel as a Permanent
recommend In his forthcoming messageto hand a cluster ring of brilliant dia

Thins Will Bo Advanced In Price congress some protection for the monds surrounding an enormous pearl

'.' 'I Next Year-Factors In Coal Trans- antlered herds.W. The ring was one to excite attention in I16II; .I I/ .1 I IlI'I' I''I h In Always Bought ; 1.H 1.

..: ( t portatlon. \ itself, but what made It a startling feature AVegetablePreparationforhs-
A. Herren, of Finch, Ark., writes:
of the lady's appearance was the
One of the.interesting results of the sin lating theroodandRe u1a-
I strike will be the effect the de- "I wish to report that Foley's Kidney fact that It was worn outside the Stomachs and Bowels cf I
let iool on ting the Bears theSignature
Cure has cured terrible of
a case kidneyand white kid glove. As to the woman's
for and of
Nand; price soft coal. Each
bladder trouble that two doctors had I
e Previous' strike has shown a slight position In the Inner circle of the

e itpanent gain for soft coal in the amount per- given up." For sale by Wilson & Son. "smart set" there Is no question. She X _

: 4used.for domestic and steam purposes. "FANTASTICALS." has influence, audacity and force.

bd it is, less subject to change, less Though no longer in her first youth she Promotes Digestion.heerful- Iof'H

l "touchy," than anthracite. It is not Bow Some City Children Make Merry Is always perfectly groomed, and no nessandllest.Cnntainsneither .

rlt In the hands of so few men. The on Thank igivinw Day. debutante can boast more exquisite or Opmm.MorpMne nor Mineral.

Se wholesale handlers of soft coal in New In many of the large cities of the more expensive toilets.It KOTKiape MARC OTIC.

a York city agree in thinking that the United States the so called "ragmuf- has been regarded as "the limit" to

.11 strike just past marks one more advance fln" or "fantastical" is becoming quitea I wear rings over gloves. It Is consideredworse

'11 which will be held. One reason feature of Thanksgiving. From early. than wearing diamonds at the I afOUDrSWUELPITCHERPumpkin

:t4 is that means for mixing anthraciteand morning till late at night children breakfast table. That it .is infinitely SetJ

bituminous iu such a way that little dressed In grotesque costumes and more convenient to put them on over it it R.d.U jttx Sennalaue Sib* .

w- J or no smoke results are constantly wearing false faces parade the streets, the glove than to put on a tight glove 11 / Seal 1nS
over them has do f! Jlpptrnuat -
i being improved. The mixture for ordinary making loud and discordant noises nothing to with the I Bi Cast onalt.Sofa

: 1 grades of soft coal is two and a with some nonsensical instrument Although case of course. None but a woman 'I TInn Seedll -

: half to three of anthracite to one of the origin of the custom is strongly intrenched in a social position :I CivJitd&warHintayrun; Ftoror.

{- .: bituminous. Better facilities of firing veiled in obscurity, it is claimed thatIt could have dared do It. The questionIs I t'I -. UseFor 11i

it.wel\are also being found out and lastly, is a survival of the custom of Guy "Will she set a fashion?" Apcrfect Remedy for Constipation -

J.: t -. oiJi8)Parlous devices are being worked out Tawkes day, which is celebrated in Sour StoiMch.Diarrhoea, I i

T .'j l c.J for consuming smoke. The result of it England on Nov. 5. A Way to Photograph on Cant-as. I Worms,Conyutsionsfe\'erish- Over

;,y ... ; .. all is that! dealers think that any env'pj \\here\er the juveniles celebrate Artist Bechard a pupil and friend of ness andLoss OF StEER

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'Vtheibave. little or no effect on the demand bells work overtime, and the childrenof which he can reproduce any subject by FacSimile Signature of

t' .. .."' forn'or soft coa1striking.. the rich take part In the fun and photography on painters' canvas, reducing rUdiv.NE'V Thirty Years

. livint A proof that the dealers re1lrgrd seem to enjoy it as much as the children ; to the minimum the difficult art YORK.

;, ; this gain of soft coal as a pennant of the poor. They have a code of of painting reproductions says the t

I 'berry thing I is the fact, learned by a etiquette altogether their own. A child Iaris correspondent of the New York I.

: .. .": ,:w York Tribune reporter the other should wear a mask of some sort, the World. No one has been able to do it ) II 1 r

,'i childn1 The: that the wholesalers are quietly more horril or grotesque the better.In hitherto because the canvas is coated

three Y ranging a fixed price for next year, default of this the face should be with white lead and fatty su1J tltIc\'s.

v 'icll will be greatly In advance of painted in circus style until it is unrecognizable. By using a photograph of the picture I EXACT COPYOF'WRAPPEB.
:'i :\11'. \ normal It is be
former price. to Boys should dress in wom- on canvas the necessity of spending; ", -", 'I".f 1,
engageeed between ?o and $3.25: "on weeks perhaps months In work on the THE CENTkWD COMPANY N'W VOBK CITY.
en's as well as men's clothes to -
1 so as "
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Holl'sjard." *.I >: :- :$ :
the technical of deliv-
as term make the two styles about equal in original outline is obviated, as the

,;'rainry is. Certain of the steam carrying number. Ugliness and not beauty: shading' faithfully reproduced with a 1

.f! -verynes have already agreed;; on 3.50 must mark the female apparel worn the outline by the camera and only ----- --- -- .
Mrlongside" as next yar'8 price. ou the occasion. the colors have to be filled in. The re- -

.t Present there !J.;? practically no soft production of a painting like, for
lent o Each parader should have a tin horn example Southern
9l I coining to market, as the roads Railway.
icing or a "peeler's whis-tle." A devil's rattle "Le Pot-te. in the Luxembourg

sa3G devothv themselves to anthracite. I i consisting of dried boards or cigar could not be finished in less: than four _

ff1gfbc supply' of bituminous is large, and j i I I box tops is always popular and a reeks by an artist of average talent. EFFECTIVE OCT. 1, 1903.
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die people are ready to take it, but rooster call made with a tomato can But by photographing the picture on Route. Xo. 3-1 So. 30 I ''Xu. 13
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the transportation facilities from Mary- XOItTIIE.\-T. Daily I Dai1y.ORTJlWJ1': 'Rt1CTE. : .
or a mUo.tal'dlox: and a rosined string canvas and afterward painting in the Dlily.LvJ
j % Luland, Virginia and Pennsylvania are is greatly admired. Last colors the whole can be completed in k vT e: SIO. ky------ -9lKJ-; j-7 5.1 p Lv. Jacksonville, So). Ry------------ 71ap;

'd a poor. There are two factors in coal year megaphones eight days and it is claimed in Lv. Savannan: So. Ry______ 115 P 112 30 a L,. Jesup. So. Ry--_________ 10 4.>J1'I
made a highly successful ap- equally I Lv. Cha.-Iotte, So. Ry------ 9)0 p Oa a. Ar. :\1<1.011. So. Ry 3 o0aAr.
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'' transportation at this time-a lack of
pearance.: Drums and trumpets are good style.A . Danville, So. By-------1257a l.0 p 'I Ar. :Flovilla So. Ry-__________ 358.3 '
Vtlv'power: there being: an insuffl- A1'. Atlanta So. F _____
: 5
2Oa.tr.
scowled upon as the insignia of very I A1'. Uit-hmulld. yu. lay--------700 ata -13 pi ytr. ------- ,
.t .ent number of locomotives on many : New Public Forest For Germans. : hoekmut, So. Ry------------- IS 53.,3 I
II small "kids. While girls are allowedto . L)'lIC 1'l' -- 246 a. 4 07 p
.II the roads, and a dearth of cars to Ar. Lome So. R "------------ 733a
....- '. 'fo.T.\a parade to wear masks and blow Emperor William carrying out !his r. t'U'Itt\.I, tin. l.y------ 43ia I 550 p .\r. Idton, So. ly____________ S 3t3'a
: Candle the supply. The lack of motive horns purpose of converting the rtrmieuald Ar.11'ashiugton, Su. Ly------ 7.40 a 1 !J ,3L) P I .tr. Chattanooga, So. fly-------------1- 913 a.r. .
they must not w-talr bobs'
\ Iatimort': P. U. IL !) tN Il Si pi I
the coal in but a .
** 'tOW"\\'l'1" delays arming into a vast pleasure ground for the use ----I L\ (t'hattaI1UO":1, Queen tt CrescentI000a
i .. clot(:;. If \enturous maid presume I 1r. ('hflatt'ip'ia\ I'. h. I. Ill'), a wv') a. I!t '
..:,/lW.I;:; not aft'l".t the amount of final dew of the inhabitants of Berlin has -----I 1 \rO.lktl.l1f'. ('tJ't'u ,."' ('r"'ellt'l.mn
'Ii r'uan to don her brother's suit and go upon approved -I .lr._ Sete. _vL'.__ 1. I''_ I. __ do0p_ _63'_ _t.)_,, i! .\r. Sumeraet. (jueen&.reeent-. 300p
". h'fTb. lack of freighting cars the street, woe betide her. She i is sure plans fur new roads, playgrounds I .\r. Burgin, (lu. cD ...t ('rett'l"ut1, 30p
.Jt. Qnenits' the total amount of delivery.: to (h-ive her hair pulled down and her I i picnickers' glad(', and restaurants So. 31. ;\I'Wurk and Florida Expless. j -\r. Lerin'.ton. Queen & ('re+&.ent ,515p
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? \ *V I 'lie 'lack' of motive power is the great jacket torn oft in the forest. One of the ('\D. 1):lily. Pullman sleeping cars, Port Tampa I .lr ritlciuusti (l"""U & Crt'"t'ut I 7 30p

t .) addublenl at present for the railroads.P.altijnore peroi'a objects is to encourage outdoor and Jacksonville to New York. Dining cars. I Lv. ('ineinuati--; nigF--urIVutl'; = i-s 30 P
( .iite
little
? is
a collated '
if 'ewer and Ohio has recently the' children and money urchin by athletic, says Forest Lea\"l'S. Th Xo. :ji",, W ashington. IlchmoUt and Florida. .tr. CLirtgoCig-;---._- Four haute7- ----_ --IO- aLimited
.\ p\\Jed\ order for :200;: locomotives any refusingto I.V.ltI'lUuatl. lenn. Lines------L 3 dip
r : \ an forest contains l1.:::JO acres It is a via Richnoud. IhiJy Pullman
lli'idhi i1 is bound be ___
bu.ry to : Tork.1 I Chira o. Peno. Liucs ___; 73Oa'
The uniform rate for renting "foreign royal hunting preserve, but the foresters sleeping cars Jacksonville toew : -
'i' mobbed and robbnl by his cronies. I I.Y. Cincinnati, C. 11.i-l-. -''1 ouou__ ,I s 43p1r.
freight cars, that is, cars belonging to Dining c.'US. -1
are now killing off the deer and
The successful beggar, however has Chil.-lgo. _C. 11. t1 D.-Uouon __ 723&
rival line is -o cents This - -
r a day. wild boars there. -- - -- -
the right to determine! how the cash 1-------- : C.11. S D.-\hch.len !943p
ecludos one company getting much TO ('IXCIXX-\TI THconat TilE L.\.XH OF THE 'enl
-I shall be invested, whether in candy t r. Toledo, U.: II. & D.-I cb. (: 510assv.
Distance from another. The Central Ar. DetroitC.11. & D-Mieh.l'en1 74ia
Kling _
Leopold
cake, chestnuts, pie or frankfurters. Coming Here. --- - --
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_. }road ot New Jersey: has many cars flea Brussels correspondent of the - -- --- -- S-- ---- -.-- Ly.Iexi! : .y----------------, 530' 1

,:: idle in its yards, but other com XOlTItBlXD.. ROUTE. Ix 20-. \r. Louisv gilletonSo., So. n y_________------I' K 15p -1
; He Could Ilaraly Get r... London Times announces that the kingf L. JacksulI\'ille, So. Ry------------. i :; 5p L1. Louisville, So. Ry_______________-1 915p ,
i did seat attempting to make use ,' the Belgians has accepted au imitation Lv.Savannah, o. 1: .___________111 30 a i .\r.Stl.ouis. ). Dy uu_ __ -__ ____ _)_7 32a
P. II. Duffy, of.hl.y, III writes: :: : :
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V1 the other day then was "This is to certify that I have taken two executive committee of Ar. .Asheville tit.Iy---! 150p I So. 13. The Florida Llmltt'U. Daily. .
,1 .- 1 ; .1' ; the St. Louis exposition to visit the exhibition :- ____ Solid train of vestibule witches and l'ullnran '
t1, > Ixittlfs of Foll'v' Kidi,ey I'ure and it has .\r. Hot Sl'rin, 'o. ly __ __ .n, 237 P 'I(
. :: hatie.11l1 UliIl1S' hut 110 lull'qua, helped me more than any other medi ia 1004.) \r. (_'incisutaticisutati. Queen t l'ff'SCt'tlt__ 815 a sleeping! cars .JarkllIvlllc! to tncllIlIa.tl. .
A a tNo J
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,.. I { transporting it, and little cine. I tried many advertised reinedu ---- I H. C. ItUNT City PaiSl'lI l'r antI Tit'kI'L\gt.,
;.., ;|(hracite to be brought in, be- but none of them; gave me any lelief.My Cork weighs K pounds per cu.tfoot : 30. Pullman ,Ira wing.room sleeping ('ity! Ticket Oiliee,103W.Bay tit

te s a.!f(' WO.Kbeginning Oct. 20; had druggist recommended Folex'sKid! I gold 1.155 pounds.CHILL cars Jatksunvillto memnatl. I H. F. C.\RY, Distriet Paseuger Agent, ,
Jacksonville, Fla.
II hti; nd l continued to be iuivalent! toflftril ney Cure and it ha* cured me. IVforecommencing I .--
t John Mitchell its use! I was in Mich a sshaj-e
(' week owing to
C. H..tClir:1TGetierai Mana-er: S. II. H.\HUWI'K, G. P.A., M
tO1M,yd a hoi! '.iy among; the roles. that I could baldly grt up when once WINDS \Vtixhingtoii, I). C. .. '..

three Wince j of soft coal wholesale. is down." For sale by Wilton & Son. \V. II. TAYLOE, A. G. I'. .\., AtUnta, (;"i.
Are the dread of
I those whose lungs are
Ti\Hl ::;.1..1 up to almost ?.)..;
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The "weak. Some fortunate
MONUMENT TO PARNELL. people can
t high but It is oxpect':
_' -1J-' .apeTu'r follow the summer as it goes southward,
)' yacht ;)nt .t remain steady for some Colossal Structure IiSt.. (iaudeii! ton and escape the cold blasts of winter and '
.ever& :> ,* huge I')'rnmitl. the chill airs of spring But for the RAMBLER BICYCLES

1 '' yo ir"4l.ie:11 price of anthracite i.s John E. lledmond recently gave outa majority of people this is impossible.Family i
., tfit.'t1l'; wholesale price of SIt cares and
the
btatement ncerning made THERE \111E
I. progress business t'f! other, ; BETTER.
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on the prt'iKwe-d I'arnell monument ..
i 1''-Lb a ular c-ustiimer to obtain14ertte says the New York llt'rahl. lie said: o"r&.s hold them ';... ." ; ..-..-; ".".. :-. .lilah-American \ ....... ..... .. . 't-: .';' "".;.; '.L::

delivery of anthracite $ ..50.iiner'lUll"l"l. "Mr. AuijustUh St. laiuleus: has beenengaginl ...;: .: :.:: :..: ,::111"harbe! at :.saiiU3o; The '. : ......;.;:::.' 7:..:':;" :' ::'.:.:

: ; Even at that little or upon the model of the monument )Ir. \\'. II. X. FairiaigsIsiarlat :::". : all tile windows in the I iaPul 'Cla! slug.. '_: ;;i" :<:.:

tJoc)ttl Wits btainabli\ for nearly two jears: and it is rove, iii AUiqr; I ;.',:: ..;wino; eleven feeton3( the stratrfP 'w draft ..:.'::.:
the Central Hail- detroy'een . '1.1 .',anish Lit,, \ t. .- '..
e sales agent of now rumplete. lttencreditre . :.. "j'tbe follows: 11'rs partitionW : .

of New JWM\V said that there "In a letter addressed to .Mr. Iltnlmoiul ..y duster of 1)i lat 'ovlnditorial ':'! Cj.,o\"ler i it a %ii liV/V' be sm- .cJ in \\hicr. !I.:::::"

l ..ill he nil abundance of anthracite Mr. St. Gaudens says: taihe 1uthe i' '.'... : i ,,j ce oat any !tb .t, .\In .i'i the wa *"-j,o i :...:.:...-.
lThe; steamship Sarpedon ." 1\ :: h."I'n I;:. .., (- S?'_- "the I | ,, nillJlf. xiI t : :'.
by Nov .\fh'r a great deal of time' and peteJtIn- --. '. --ay, A j Jl( 1Ir J 11as-1ik'f .:.''..
t t brought;; J.r,U> Ions of Welsh:: call re- study devorod to which form the monument bu fruio i'oU1:1:I tis5ue9, a=..;;: t. t'\Snl"\! otl.h ...\' for; er. '. .. '. ," i--'::,
from t'anliI 'ul .m; !"the .-.'. r. tV"c: ''nna. \a: ;' .' : .\..: nt. ::'. F41
centl.v should take I have com-ludt-d thatit ) hemage ... 'ft. > .':
. ......Suimty ci-uy: am1' : r I.'l; -
AH the rail being rushed in from the should be a pyramid of forty or tifty .I '- and restore ...' 'f"p b1'rt, "; heI5.. a'. ..".l.. -1 { 1 '". .'...'..
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for domest'c' the lost ,.. .. .
PefulVlituia; mim i is feet in height: composed of irrei-n Con > {.;. : "i- ..... .
"it (fu' were l.
'It'll
for steam . flesh to the ema- 4. . '
d'iin'l'If coal I" -
use. The netiitira' marble, Wiih a coh.saltatue '' '\W. l1d- W\ 1'r
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t is not being attempted as yc.til atilt CO ciao'1 bodv.f . ._.." t \ ., .. .
:mrplI.t's of rarnell at the luise in front in tlwa't 'ew ,. r. J '.l .a -7'0. -, I'
speaking by a tal.l01' which th "'\ and U'"m.* 'l am'. a railroad I B :, : \,- \ } :
: 1111 1't.a K _ Brut Writt9! ; i . .. J <. :.
M"Dd vf "X-'j ,
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KITCHENER. is thrown a large Irish tlaj -tapk! EIt.l. .
ORD lit -
,\" ofthe hIm .. _ruth In the >, gfclav O.ai .ter T
'2- 'This pyramid is to represent Ire t' : ', 1C.Y\
four .
tDi.! "and J 1> .
'S'I T\\0 nee[ ">: :: ; ? ' I:::
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.r in Fh la!:Ier For Modish Winter land.; The four sides will contain sym .+, ',! 51.1ars ago: ray work .. .t : :.,
-"e I. :r''u f lorgatll'r- ... eptuz n.e m a1'1anu . ,.1a ItvhitItI '
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dose ouffo.. Women.v a. :. A'c( i tlijuf'l'tlj t'Uihts '. '
J For buls rut into the marble in gold, ex- : :
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< l'it'' room .., .
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Your pock! admirable clot'ilies' IItep'm.ILl.. irea'r .. -.. .: t ; I i If'1 roO' . .. .' .
new inces of Ire 1
of the four J'J'i
.' pie;: ue pro\ I" , ') into theiUw.obrwochuis. .. -. : ,..- ,.... -. .. _.. '.1 . .. ....
i queutly i . .f. '!
sh'ofj especially smart affair };1U,1. Around the base of the pyramid i .lie r.t) which became .. ..,." '\,..\,.' : ; ; ;: : '. .....
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\\1 cost. thy recently dear the names: of the fifty-two counties will W3 1.!tt.::.. 5, lid.,> !seated advised nit Doctor to try* faded a higher to Jo..1"..-...". ...r,' t...". .\' R"..,.'h.I. .. -,', .. !t!,''! ,_, ! :,i I.1' I."' .'.

I It 4 tJ.or distinguished him- be inserted. My idea in desijrnin; thismonument j'l\\.. altcl> for me a friend also advised h'.:..: ,"" ...i' 1,1": ., ". JL'.1,,, : ...II. r I ,,, .',. ..id .' ". ....
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] me to uTDr Pierce medicines I commenced . : 1'1 I. ;
; 14 Africa. has bleu that it should be taking your '';lden Medical Di'tCo't'rrtr.d by : .:.i .-f-'" ";,'i ivH.lIl"t: : ;\< 1. I.:.:.:.

1 .\ plain the intention of t' simple, impressive and austere, in keeping the tine I Lan l.'cn the lii t bottle I was better :.":: L: :... ,. :' ,
l" { terser shoulder Is to add to with the character of the Irish and after taking about have four bottles my ,-' R AMBLE/ .: t'I{!
cough was entirely gone. I found no nelly :;
,, Fie gf feminine shoulders, says cause as well as of rarnell. <<* for seeking another climate." .:: 1iJ.: \

a "Jiia Record. We are still 'The figure of 1'aruell will of Sometimes a dealer, tempted by the '.:'.-L -.. ..J. .. .' .',' : :** '
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pel broad. In this In accordancewith little the sale of less :, *
tpearing (course be in bronze. more profit paid on .: ,:, : :;>< : : J
Is modish Is deliver meritorious medicines, will offer the :.. :
effect gained my contract I am bound to .. I

(\ ly> carrying the sleeve upon \Jt1tlder the monument complete in Dublin customer the a substitute as *being' just asgood" t..... ........ __: : : : j

In strap effect It is re; l- within three years from this date. The as "Discovery. ; ___
You the Common Sense
.!4 simple, this lengthening of a cost of the monument will $50,000.:' .' iledical get Adviser People's, the best medical work

} -; rtion of the top of the slett Mr. Uedmond is highly satisfied with ever published,free by sending stamps, E. B. WAGER, Agent

njtng it up on to the shoulder, the model of the monument which he to pay expense of mailing only. Send ,

the sleeve holds Itself outer I has. tdken with him back to Ireland It 21 one-cent stamps for book in paper .
1 '1d line .U made. at least two 1 ; I th neatest monument in the coy'ss, or 31 stamps for cloth-bound voltuat Titusville, Fla. -
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: t :t "': >8 \- '. 1<. '. THE 'FLORIDA STAB FRIDAY t: '

r. .. .... -,'_ __ ;bOVEIIiBER.14, 1902.
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\\f.A-: :' ':' COCOA BUSINESS DIRECTORY. ROCKLEDGE.Mr. DR. LEON A. PEEK.Physician and Surgeon.

.. FRANK LIPP:"Practical Shoemaker. 'Forty Paul Shares,'of the New Rockledge Tuesday Residence and, Melbourne.Friday afternoons.At Eau Gallie on" ./lll.Jtuffe.d Up

:-. I. ..; years experience; all kind of repairing Hotel,arrived Saturday from New Haven.
l ; '-IT':" .: '![ done, nice and cheap; also ladies'and men's That's the condition of many sufferers
i. .t? shoes made to order. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Shares made a MELBOURNE.
in the morning.
from catarrh, especially
.1,:;: trip to Jacksonville and The bazaar
intervening has just received fine lot
? -lf.;=' GO TO 1. 11. SANDERS, The Old Reliable a Great difficulty is experienced in clearing
t I = i: ; Store for good, fresh and reliable goods points this week. of new goods. the head and thruat. l

:.- .; ti such as Dry Goods, Saddlery, Crockery, Rev. H. Keigwin will preach, next The literary society will meet tonightat headache
Hats,Trunks and a full line of Groceries. No wonder catarrh causes ,
I'! Sunday, Nov. 16th, at 11 o'clock a. m., Hotel Bellevue.
the taste smell and hearing,
=;;}; JABVIS HOUSE-Open all the year round. in the Rockledge chapel. impairs ,
Hotel Carleton is in fine for
Pleasant location facing the river on river now shape pollutes the breath, deranges the stom-
\ t.:-. r, front. Rates$2.00 per day,special terms by The weather lately has been of the its winter guests. ach and affects the appetite.To .

I . f.Gc. the week or month. ideal type. Indian summer days which Mr. Geo. M. Brown's new store will cure catarrh, treatment must be
: close with tinting of indescribable and tonic.
t l"r. sky be constitutional-alterative
1 i soon ready to open.
: t : charm and glory. .'I was afflicted with catarrh. I toot:
: ; \ t l 1NDILN N RIVER RiPPLES.i Melbourne was represented at the state medicines cf < erent kinds, giving eacha
tT:. Rev. Mr. Pillsbury held service at the fair by fruits and views.It fair trial; but gradual.srcv.; ; ; Crosse unti1' .
r I ' Presbyterian church here Sunday. He ]I i I I. I could hardly hear, taste! or smell) I !b o a k flrfb r,
i t. : :.:"i Paragraphs Personal and Newsy Briefs will preach again at the same place next seems good to see the pleasant face concluded to try liuoj'b Susaparilia, aWl
.
Y Coast. of Mr. Frank Fee in Melbourne after taking five bottles Ins cured and
the
Towns
at Along now. Wrecked !
H r T:. Sabbath. He was the guest of Mr. and have not had any return of the disease

Er. t. :. ':,:'-h, t r,;.;,.. .- COCOA. Mrs. J. J. White while in town.A Mr. Sam Martin expects soon to go sinoe." EUGE5E FOSBEO, Lebanon, Ran.Hood's Your home and property
'
\ "" ''ff i' .; down the line to.build another launch. should be protected by....
.
: : young bridal couple from Rome, Sarsaparilla
t., : Dr. Scofield has his launch in the
I* :' I Ga., Mr. and Mrs. Graham, were atWhite's The King's Daughters met last Monday Insurantfrom
'. water. and
Cures catarrh-it soothes strengthens
,; .
'" Cottage several days this week. evening at the home of Miss Jessie
:l ( : h,.. :E\-j The Indian River Drug store.. is in the They continued their honeymoon trip to Goode. the mucous membrane and buildsup FIRE. LIlillTNIXQ
": the whole
: system. and CYCLONES The expense -
hands of the painters.
J: .-" the resorts on the lower coast. Mr. F. C. Conkling did some good is small compared to

z '. :$ Dr. G. W. Holmes drove into town on Mr. and Mrs. C. II. IJibbs have moved work to help represent Melbourne at the -- ------ -- the risk of a catastrophylike
i, F Monday from Faustina. again to their home on Barton avenue. stain fair. ware rooms are completed together with this. Write to or ask
high[ hoard fences and fresh white paint Scbnyler & Branning Tuu=vine,
\ ft' moved his family The house the rh'edl'ont which
#j ; Mr. J. F. Mitchell has on they Our base ball
players are putting the
making hisfctores the largest on the river. for reliable information,
'. 'I i ;> to his grove at Courtenay. have occupied all summer is soon to receive ball grounds in good shape, so playingwill rates etc, etc , . .
its :Mr. and Mrs. McEwan \\". H. Sr. of St. I.nuis10.. _.
: 'I i I:G_ Mrs. J. C. Shaw and :\lrs..J. Smith owners, be easier: soon.,,. Greg, -
I of Pittsburg, Pa., for the winter. the author of the famous fishing book
7 L were calling in the Dixon settlement this\ Dr. Chas. Stewart is at his
again placeof "Where, When and How to Catch Fishon BOBBINSQBAHAM
c- c. week. The handsome residence of Mr. E. Day business. His friend
'* i [ are glad to sec the East Coast of Florida," was in
.. t i Miss Helen Singleton arrived on Wed- has been freshly painted and cement him looking so well. town this weekafterspendingtwo weeksat & 1 ia'

/ :. : vi nesday's train. on her way to her home in walks are being laid to intersect the: :Mr.: and Mrs. L. C. :Moore: of Rose- the inlet fishing. lIe was cruising:; in -

t. . Rockledge. I grounds. This home and grounds are land, were the guests i-f Mr;. Margaret his sloop on his way to Key West.: Co.Incorporated. '
: the most attractive in the Uock.I -
: Dr. Macey has visited our school lately among Goode the first of the week.A Paid .'5.000.00.
t ,, I. I ledge hammock. Mr. and :Mrs. Day will ( up Capital $ )
; and made a very favorable impression on large number of Luck In Thirteen. This own land
pi. soon be here for the winter. our people went to company -
J the children. Eau Gallie last Monday morning to at- By sending 13 miles Wm. Spirey, of in the Indian River Country -

t 4ti Sanders' store has finally got a move "Sunshine Cottage is again sending tend the funeral of Hon. W. H. Gleason Walton Furnace, Vt., got a box of Buck- on the St. Lucie Ri\t-r.
J j forth rays of light and life after the soli- Ion's Arnica Salve, that wholly cured a
i on it. It presents a bewildering appearance -
r :J rV : lIon. Wm. I. Metcalf and wife, of -
l at present. tude of the long summer months. Mrs horrible Fever Sore on his leg. Nothingelse Biscayne
Palm Beach, are Melbourne lookinaft..r 1
.. 'I I Ii E. A. Chatfield and her mother, :Mrs. could. Positively cures Bruises, Fel Inns
i Mr. Jones has a carload of horses and their valuable at this end
PRICES
property
I TO SHT THE Tlllf
.# John Breck, were among the arrival Ulcers, Eruptions, Boils, Burns,
cows here. Mr. A.: Dyal purchased avery of the line. Send for land list i
the Corns anti Piles. 23c.; Guaranteedby
I from north on Tuesday and will as Only
': nice horse. OFFICES AT . }
; I I' usual spend the winter in our midst. Mrs. :Mead and daughter and Miss all druggists. TITUSVILLE AND MIAMI

,1 L 4 I I Mrs.. A. H. Trafford had the misfortune Iluth, Michigan, have rented the Phil) --- --- ._-

; I. !. to sprain her ankle on Tuesday by stepping The families of Mr. G. S. Hardee, Mr. lips cottage on the bluff, where they intend EXKCl'TKIX'S NOTICE. EAST COAST MEAT MARK' 1
George Gingras, Dr. Hughlett, and Mrs
,I< on a loose piece of board. to spend the winter. 1
Lewis Andrews, Mrs. S. S. Jones, Grot- Notice is hereby given to all concernedthat 1t
,
v; his six months from date I will present G. F. DUREN, Agent,
of
is my
Dr. Howard Smith disposing Ronald and Will Mr. and Mrs.V T. Wells are again
jan Singleton a
spent
final and to'the Hon. A. 1)
accounts apply
., ; properties on Indian river, with the in- the nicely settled for the winter in their
delightful day during past week at I'enney, county judge of Brevard county,
:; tentiqn of going to Europe soon. Mr. Hardee's orange grove in the neigh. beautiful home on the bluff Miss Gladys. Florida, for my discharge as executrix of the

;i Mr. and Mrs. Snider, who occupied the borhood of Hardeeville. A picnic occas and :Messrs: Stanford and Prescott Wells estate of Robert C. Scrimgeour A. SCBIMGKOCB, late (deceased, Flul J
J will be with us during the holidays We ( Gould cottage last winter, have engagedone ion. ; Executrix of estate of Robert C.Scrimgeour. aUQWest

of Dr. Scofield's cottages for the sea- The oran
.
son. --- ---- f .
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t f of Rockledge are getting up a paper in Y tin

11. Capt. C. F. Fischer, in his yacht Elise which they petition the railroad commission S. W. MOODY, ''Ir,
: F., was at Dixon's on Tuesday on a short of this state to confer with the East DiIIf

I call on his daughter, Mrs. Adam S. Coast Railway company in regard to opening GoldThe Electrician l I I Gas ,Engine i Expert.TITUSVILLE ill Hjr'

Dixon. of the station on the main line and .hlUl .

; !r Mr. and Mrs. Gould have entertained the placing of an all: the year round FLORIDA. d S. ..

10t '.. I ( their friends several evenings this week. agent at the same. Said depot has l been gold that yon can't see, in a Thoroughly understands all mechanical :)
1 Their guest, Mr. Artz, is a talented vi- closed since the winterlof the fieeze. Watch Case, is wasted gold; for it work in these lines Storage Batteries Dynamos ,
adds nothing to the beauty of the Magnetos overhauled and repaired.
olinist. The amount of business done certainly Case, adds much to its cost and is Correspondence Solicited. Titusville Florida _.t
warrants the step. The accommodations not as strong as some cheaper metals.
I : Mrs. L. Chatfield and mother, Mrs. la the
for handling at Cocoa are entirely inadequate
.
Breck came on Tuesday afternoon's train causing great delay and especially JAS. BOSS Jas. Pritchard & Sonjf!

't and Rockledge.are located at her pleasant home in luring the orange shipping rush. STIFFENEDGOLD CASE < \i


:. Capt. Abe Hildreth, of Columbus, 0., Land in the Pompano section, Dade a sheet of stiffening: metal takes the Headquartersfor .
t{ J with his nephew, his wife and child, county, i is!at a premium, and is in great demand place of the hidden and wasted gold .t'.f
'If passed through town en route to Indian- hundred and makes the case stronger cheaper .fi
some one fifty acres yet preserves all its gold beauty.
I ola 011 Friday. having.been sold last week for pineappleand The Case is guaranteed for 25 years' HARDWARE :
.
It u 'wear. For sale by 1
r Mrs. C. J. Schoonmaker was caned to orange purposes.

i I I :New Smyrna on Saturday on account of ____._ ___ ---1
the death of one of her sister's, \Irp. I C. L. MANDAVILLE, ...T nware, Crockery, Stoves... t .

; I- h urcev's' children. TITUSVILLE. Boat Goods Paints Oils
,..: ell, Consumption .. '
9 p Miss Kate Ever expects to open her and .
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j Hock ledge curio store about Dec.: 1st, "

_ . with a tine lot of novelties she selected FOIST ('HaWt1 ;. VVOODEJSfVV Write for prices. {;
while in the north.
:\ r. and Mrs W. H. Harru'.ofTib'mK TITUSVILLB FLORIDA.Box "
Salt is famous
old-
We learn with regret that :Mrs. C. Harrison pork a were: ill town Tuesday. tI
11. will not he able to take active fashioned 212. .,
let part remedy for con- There will ho evening service at St. ..., I
in church matters this winter, on account JAMES PRITCHARD. President ('. s. scnuy .urW 1 'I p
I to, of the colonel's health. sumption. Eat plenty of Andrews church Sunday, Nov. IGtli. w.9 BRAl\St"

OyrI Ducks are coming south after the pork," was the advice to the The Sunday school hour at :-:t. .\ndrev:- '
lnr NDAN".dRIVER]
church has been changed to 10
: a. in. S T ATE
j h thicks-the tourists after the tourists. It and bl\
j should be fish, but we haven't seen many consumptive 50 100 1'rof. L. Wolfe, of West Palm Beach <

l fish these past few summers. years ago. expects: to open a dancing cla s here
T, Mrs. .\. M. Wesson will spend the )Ir. \\'. J. Xfshitt returned last Friday
T winter in Providence, H. I. Her pleas Salt pork is good if a man night; from a business trip to Eau (ialiu- Authorized Capital.S 100,000.

ant home here has l been put in readiness can stomach it. The idea The shooting tournament, given KM Saturday Paid up Capital, $ 25,000. r

for renting during the winter season.:; behind it is that fat is the by the gun club, was well attended. Average Deposits, $100,000.TRANSACTS t

Mr. and Mrs WhitakrrIrs. King, food 'I'llliumry room will be open Tue- AGenera tit
: Mrs Joyner, Me-rs. Hamilton and lien- the consumptive needs y
lay and Thursday from :L' to 4 p. in. andaimday
} nett spent Sunday at Melbourne beach, Blost. evening.Mr. Banking Business

making the trip in Capt. Cog,iu's launclj.
Pierson's family arrived from the and( Oldest
"Largest
fcott'sEmulsionisthemodr. _. >
The school children uveived thil'': ue./ north Monday, and have moved into)

_ j port this week and we are pli'a t inch \ tha e 111H'nti"'hlhl of fccdin tr fat t\) Mrs. M. A. :T-riurV homestead. Hank on the River

they have set to work, tl'I .' :l' "1,!lich is :\lI1 :" I y. Exchange Bought and Sold on
( ne art'an t ( I'll' .' of vision than ,'e. Pork IS tOO tThamiks(;iing turltltlnRenedictl'Oli.e -
cent beini much better
: jI I I could .>....' ale, was R guest of all Foreign Countries.Patrmlat. ;!

t The Avilah has a il, I heli.v: ..-r M'"d .T..l\'C..(.... stlHllaC' }b. "r-fl', > -Driver cmt Sunday. appn.t i.iteil. from 't service, l

which it wisll'to; tiny too uLirrn is the mot .Uawiinson: of .\n.k polite trt'dtnu'iit ii'lt"ury faMircniiaihteiitithconsir.itii '
those! desiring them \\11 nt? ."'V J. Rawlinson, of I \\ Kuikni hruttcd.CouIt1q'DETs .
to the Avilah the magaj .f i.!?, especially o lt i town Tuesday. :: ( : : :
warded them. 11 ; Seaboard National Bank of New York
i to uT.
I >:any dig es tlou. 'I'hrr, 'njoyable dance at and Na.tiuii.tl Rink ofJaeksonvillc.
\ 1G
_ \\'e notice the announceme. the Fort .,east Friday night.
ui'n fat in this
eral of the papers of our tonsiGeo. /.. t I Kvery)iN- *.. xisant time as usual. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.

f. Singleton, as a candidate fob j ften the
only
.l Quite a Hummer of our town people
espttt -
of the railroad commission
tary hope he will succeed. .. ,..Ar u file: battle, but I to attend the grand opening ball E. L. BRADY & BRO.
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the -
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given by Tibbglj! l I'J \3'ibbals next: - -- --- --- -- -
i 1 Dr. Hughlett's house has just received -i S Emulsion does more Wwlneslay ni'\\ -

: the finishing touches from the hands of, than that. There is: something J. F. Mich |Ie jsnearly GROCERIES, HAY, GRAIN I AND .LF'FOOD p l1Jl l'III '

the painters and it presents a pleasing comp 1 r" 1 handle produce o tall kinds. 1l'e are agents for Main- nil ', .
,
: > the i/ i is \\
al\\"t'
ie lines of t
about the combination gouds. and solicit the trade
appearance. Everything is done in I ot' all emuwr W I
up to v
fine turnout! ;ill]j Gr.uuuu.1: all .,.'uc'l'ri, ". delivered at I.\ \\
f. S, Dr. Hughlett's usual method-just right. your statiun. K L. L'l!; IIVBUILDING x :
of cod liver have
oil
1. and hypo ph os-I an up to HO.Y Oit t
Mrs. W. t1llobt.
G. Paterson of the
president
!h Avilah, is now at home and is pleased to phites in Scott's Emulsion j I Mr.. Johnston Frank O letT'iion \4. LUMBER AND IBI 'I' /

1' ,note the arrival of the box of books from that puts new life into the Mr.[ Jook's steamer, ltj M !
the Stimfoid
# 'I library. Another lot of expect to he away about hrw ". i,
.- books will arrive soon, a gift of Mrs. Cur- weak parts and has a special I t ?* *** \\ e keep everything required in the lluiMn i i ,,, 'ted I

rier. action on the diseased l lungs. to Invitations attend a grand are ball extended at Tibbafc to every given one the brick foundation to the ridgriapulfe l ] -! ! I 1I C

/ Col.! and Mrs. J. P. S,, have ,
t tz
engaged by the Tibbals Club
on the of SASH
eve Xov. DOORS BUNDS o=
l i : the Sloane house for the winter. They A sample will be I 19th. Tickets will be on sale at the drug PAINTS AND BDILDER'SSPECIALTIES _, '

are having; their own home painted and sent free upon request. I store. : MASBURY'S PAINTS AND VARNISHES. r'
in.t rst-class condition NEPONSETT & PAR DID f 4.
put for 'Dr. Kirk-
I Be Iev.! 1>Moore
sure that this picture in preached in the Methodist
; j- .; wood, who expects to be here some time the form of a label is on the church Sunday. Dr. Moore East Coast Lomb: ? cb Supp 7. -
J in December. wrapper of every butt Ie of has .
t Emulsion you buy. been fifty years in writing an interesting htJ
:- '' Ex-Senator Gardner S. Hardee and SCOTT & book entitled, The Book of Revelation,"" GEO. N. HATCH : .
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: :
Co :.: family and some of(their friends drove up which is now on eale.; Many of our residents - -- .--- _. : ..,:
BOWNE '
;.''t, .I. to Hardeeville to see that fine firove 1 Ir. r have purchased copies.P. ealer ? ;;,. .

j Hardee has up there. They say the CHEMISTS, P. Cobb has ordered some extra fine General Merchan,7 /,
..: looks of the grove and the fruit on it is 409 Pearl St., N. Y. "" *. . \
furniture, the grandest ever eeor'n this consisting of everything""".* ., = t.s.11
:. well M w}r! t hSber t.. Soc. and $1; all druggists. ,'--" r- l ;ture usually kept i- ***_... $oc8 EFL . 1i J ,,I

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:: fance S1. "
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fT: % 11,000,000( for the of"*ik* .. TAKE *iettnsfflnnv- 1 .-' ",I

,"' .. ._-oaths..:-a decreas .

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