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Title: The Florida star
Uniform Title: Florida Star
Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
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Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: S.W. Harmon
Place of Publication: Titusville ; Cocoa, Fla.
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Publication Date: May 9, 1902
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
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General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
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; UNCLE S SAM' WINS ijijI.mU8 more valuable promises to be. secured the,*.,Russian.. government is confronted.> "< " .'. .11'H EAST COAST OF FLORIDA .
later. Thus he built up his fabric securing AH the indications"are that so far as I
I the half hearted co-operation of this decade at least ,is concerned Rus-

Ij v Z.h'1 la Will Restore Manchuria. to China I come powers the' sincere support of sia's advance has been stopped: and W2w -

Without Reserve. others. But every expression of assent the moral principle raised. by the.Unit

.. strengthened the case. Every new ed'Statps has proved stronger than an FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY

\ International news of the highest 1m.portance pledge on Russia's part with whatever ohi'world policy of selfishness. The

reached diplomatic Washing- degree of good faith given, made it the European powers are not only standingon

rI .tori the other day. It indicates that the more difficult to repudiate the underly- the platform of Secretary Hay. but LOCAL TIME CARD No. 40. In Effect April 15,1902.
i: 4 ing principle. Through the occupationof they are using his language In the expression "
V .far eastern problem has been solved
}! Peking by the allied troops and the of their purposes and in the SOUTHBOUND-READ. DOWN. NORTHBOUND-READ UP.
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: that the ---
to the world's ---
: menace ----
SI long negotiations which followed the declaration of their adhesion to the I
.peace which has so long held like acloud.on fate ofChina and of the American "open door" principle of equal rights INo. y 351 MAIN LINE. I No DJ.llYI 78 I No.Dafl y2+1I' 1--

the Asiatic horizon has at last policy: trembled in the balance. But arid equal opportunities.

l teen removed. It this shall prove to be firmness on the part of the United Whooping Cough.A 6 CO pl 0 4t a 7 CO p 855a ;tI
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for case, and there seems I the reasor States government and the support of woman who has had experience with 615 p.ll) r'j a ...................... St Au ustine...................... 5 53 II 1 4- a a
to doubt It, American diplomacy must Great Britain and Japan found a way this i disease, tel's how to prevent q 6 lSptl121a ........................ Hastings......................... 51tp 110a A
any 7 OJ p'11' 4$ a. ..................... East Palatka ...................... fps p 6 M a y ;r
t I s..>f be given credit for the great work. through that crisis. dangerous consequences from it. She says: .#. The Early In the present year a :second Our three children tonk \\ hnopinjrcniuhast fiI 'l. 41 p 13311) ....................... Bunnells........................ 414 P 609 a -c:
f9 news relates to the terms of the ;: ... ..................... to w
seek summer, our baby boy being jI; 1631,1337 ..................... Dupont. l03p 6
1F new treaty between Russia and China. crisis was reached. Russia was onlythree o 8191'! 1 C5 p .......... ... . ..... Ormond .. ........................ 34% P 3ia go :caM !
r l' : Various ing a firmer hold on Manchuria, Indicative -i months old, and owing to our giving S 3Jli! 11S p ......... ............ J\ytona. ..................... 331 It 527a a"
reports concerning this important 'of aggressive policy .as them Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, x E-4 S 331. 12" I' ........................Port Orange............. .......... 3 21 JI 518 a ?: 001
% compact have been in circulation a more hey )lost none of their plumpness and 9 CO P 146p.-.New-Smyrna .... .............. 3 021. roo.; It .
') to the whole problem. A new treaty .I ....... 203 p .....,..... ...... ...Oak Hilt......................... 2 ....... 7'
both In the United States and Europe under consideration, a mme out in much better health t'han F' Z ....... 2 t7 p .......... .......... 'lltuS\'llie. .......... ........... 2 21' ....... m".
but Walter Welmian. the Washington with China was other children w h. se pnrer.ts: did not ue cw.: ....... 3 21 p ................... ...... Cocoa ... .................... 1251. ......
' art treaty which if concluded would placein this remedy. Unr oldest little girl would .s 0 ....... 323 p.......... .............Rockledge.. ...................... .1..0 ...... e y
t correspondent of the Chicago Record- Russian hands absolute control of ....... 3 r7p ......................E'U Gallie..2 49 .. ..... ez ......
rt T Herald, is now able to give the salient call lustily for cough syrup between >- ....... 405 p .........................Melbourne.........................113 33k ....... wz ;:
1 ; fY'1 all railway mining and commercial whoopJt' Pin key Hall, Spiingville, i7 ....... 4 93 p ..................... .. ., 'v.: :....................... ....... r: n''
contents of that document, a full copy privileges of the province. At this Ala. This remedy is for sale by Wilson :I .flt ....... 5'31 p. ................. .. LUCIe.. .. .................... 11 o.i .. ..... tI:
of which is expected at Washington in 2:: ....... 6 t5p ..................... Fort ( .................... .... ( ...... a 0
.x:' juncture Secretary Hay came forward & :-on. E-4 ....... 5'63 ..................... Whiteeit .. .................... ... ( ....... tI: :;
I ;! 'i f A short time: with his memorable note of Feb. 1. Z .. .... 6 C5 p ....................... Tibbals.......................... 10 3:: ....... s-
'. :.' I First.-Russia agrees to restore the civil C.ASTORIA. g.. ....... 6C3p ..................... ... .. ........................... .........
i :" administration of Manchuria without He defined the attitude of the United Bears tie #The KM You Have Always Bought ....... 611 p ......................... Jensen....... ............... .. .. 10 : p.... .... ;'
If Hi 'F:" reserve States with almost startling diplomatic ....... 621 p ......................... Stuart. ........ 10 ....... ::j =
to the Chinese empire. Signature E, ........ 651p ................... Hope Sound----. ........ 'Ia........ .to/!
i ; Second.-Russia agrees to evacuate frankness. He declared that an agree- of o ....... 1 C7p ..:.....................West Jupiter ............. ......... ...... c'.. ;..:.
:4 t 'c llanchuria completely, so far as military ment "whereby China gave any cor- q ....... 1 tj p ...................'Vest Palm Beach................... ........ !'i' ;;
p or civil control is concerned within one ...... a CS I) .........................Boyn.on ..................... 941a.........
{ Tr year from the date of the treaty. poration or company a Russian device, In the Boarding School. ....... 9 Ctp...................... Ft.Lauderdale ..................... : ........ :J
4 Third.-Russia to remove her the exclusive privilege of opening "Give me a for success." ....... 947p ....... ............... Lemon City.................... ........ p
agrees synonym ....... 955p...... .............. .... liami. .. . . ....... ............ .......
with of small
army a reservation a forcer mines establishing railroads or in any said the teacher.
*, for guarding the Russian railway: within Manchuria BUFFET PAI other way industrially developing "Marriage; : cried the demure little
i. one year withdrawing a part of the
":,.:. troops in forr months another part in can but be viewed with the girl in the back seat.-Chicago Post.
r : eight months and the final quota in twelve gravest concern by the government of LINES SCHEDULES.
'- j .'i..': months. the United States." I'nder.
Fourth. Russia surrenders all claim to
6t l ' lie added that such an agreement A dozen loaves and each like load. PALATKA AND EAST PALATKA.
-exclusive railway and mining privileges In
',I :Manchuria and pledges herself and China constituted a monopoly "which is a Fell down upon the baker's head. ,
I to the "open door" principle In that prov- distinct breach of the stipulation of AM it appeared. from what hr **14, No. 67 I No. 65 No. 63,No. 49 No. 47 I SUTIO No. 4&No.' 48'No. 60 No. 54 No. 68
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.lnce.'t the treaties between China and the foreign That he \'a somewhat-Detroit underbred.Free Prwa. -Daily I-Dally- I-Drily j Uaily I Daily Dally I Daily I Daily I Da.ily i Da.ilyf3

' '; The meaning of this is that Russia powers." He called the attentionof O ) 633p l 4 35 p11115 u 6 fO a Lv... .. ..Palatka..Arl 625.: 7 25 a113 OJ p 5 :3 p 7 :5 p
HOp GeSp H5pll3 650aAr .. .East 1'aiatia..Lv+ 605a 1'05aI114h.-lC5p 7CSpMAYPORTBRANC
surrenders Manchuria and turns the the Russian government to the repeated Try the new lemedy fur costivenew,

1 a, whole province back to China. It has pledges which it had given and "Jham'cerlain'.eStomach: and Luer Tablets. '

+I no other meaning in the eyes of the closed' with an expression of the hope Every box guaranteed. Puce 25; cents. -
t w foreign office This also is the view expressed that the governments of China and For male bvVil. :-on & son.. 140.191No.17:6 Daily I Daily I Daily I IU.ICSS.: ; I Daily No.6 I No.DJ.llyj 18 No.Daily 21)
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4: ; by the Russian government Russia would take such measures as!' :
t and Russian in C8 >' 'TORIE'Le' 73) 2 : y Tea Lv ......,,,..........Jack:on\i.Ie...... ...... .......Ark 8 :!5a,12, 25p 63)p
by embassadors various would "relieve the just and natural 7 33 2 OP// 9 13 Lv.... .......... '
: 't 1 Bears tie The Kind You Have Always BoughtSignature p a .South Jacksonville................ 817 a'1217 p G 22 p
-capitals. The honor of the Russian anxiety of the" United States." SlOp_ 3 C31.10 O5a Lv..f......... Pablo Beac't ...........,.......Lv l' 4511 114i a G fp
't S15p 3C5pIIJIOaLv.'! ... .., .........Athwtfc Beach..L\. 7 40a 1140
a GUp
;.1 ;g0vernrnent: is pledged to this evacua.1 This note pr ;duced a profound impression cf .!?O_p3_ OJ pilo :t.j a Ar.............. ........1Iaypoft. ...... .... ..........Lv 725 all! 25 a 5 3) D
lion.: And when the evacuation is accomplished throughout the world. It was

and Manchuria has been application of the principle of equal Blenheim Palace. SAN MATEO BRA.1'fCH.

c. turned over to the full sovereignty of rights and equal opportunity in a .
Blenheim palace wa built jy th<> No. 57 No. '
; tine Chinese empire, as every one has a clear and unmistakable that it compelled British nation for the great Duke of Daily I .45/'/ ST.\TIOXS No. .6'1 No.Daily 58

,a+ Tight to expect it will be according to attention. Marlborough at a cost of 500,000 !u 7 05p 515 a Lv................ ........ ..East &........................... 6
: the terms of the solemn agreement the Soqn there followed a third crisis the days of QUCl'llUUf". la th>' 815p l 5S, a\r. ... .. ..... ....... ... .......San Matt'o. .... . ........... ...... ...Lv S 008/8"l p P

,'t : Far eastern problem may be regarded The United States had supplied the grounds are a triumphal arch and a SANFORD BRANCH. ORANGE CITY BRANCH.

I \ -as well nigh solved. I principle. Now Great Britain and Japan column 130 feet high, with a statue of I

r 4 -! It was Russia's persistent occupation concluded an alliance which pledged Marlborough! on the top. The magnificent No. I ST A TIO" '"' iNo12" : No 3 I'No.1 NO.2No.4
i f't iof Manchuria that threatened the peace to this principle a support almost IIAI-IV! surrounding the pia<:e Dally D.1iy) I D.tily I U.nilily: I Daily / Du Y

t }, of the world, for Manchuria was the threatening in its aspect In plain Ian comprises 2.700 acres. 7 11811.O.') a 12311 3 C5 1' 10 IO IOa.'Lv..V.8n.yrna..Ar,; 1 t'l' 5t)1I_
'' key to the whole Chinese situation. As the allies threatened war if Russia - 833 Lv.hms..L\ 1 C1p, 3., JI.1l21a Lv.Lake lIflJen.Lv12 tSp 4 43 p
guage Lv..Ostet"n..I.\
t .long; as Russia held .that province in did not give up her pretensions: to !F(iey'! Iluhev I and Tar contain1 III)opiate 81 55 a Lv......... Enterprise........Lv 11 l l r,2 s00a: Ii 4 4 CJ C5 1,11 1'111; :45:9 a aiAr.Ong.:'I.v.Oran City.' City Jc.LvilZ Lv 12 49 is p 41 4 U 5 j i .
p p
*, and can Ftifi-ly he given to children.! 930& Ar..Sanford.. ........I.v 11 ; I I -
r: :the of 00,000 soldiers
,t grip as long as Korea. Still Russia did not yield She
:>;old f by WiKsjii iV Son.
illussia held not only military sway, turned to the other powers to ascertain --_____ These Time Tables show the times at which trains may he expected to arrive and de art
y Y lb.ut administered the'civil government their attitude in CUSP of hostilities South! CaroIInnnv from the several stations\ but their arrival or departure at the times stated is not jruarantewl
a South Carollnans are "Wt :1s'I lV nor does the Company hold itself:: responsible for any delay or any consequences arising
Integrity of the Chinese empire was France. as usual was pliant. Germanywas therefrom.
.threatened If Rdssia could thus seize looking out for German interestsand "Sand Hlllera" and "Rice Birds" the I

# :,, .and hold Manchuria. Korea was not stood ready to profit by liny upheaval first an allusion to the thinness of the Peninsular and Occidental Steamship Connections at Miama. i

: ;. ,safe from a similar acquisition nor to demand a price for any in early natives the second to their placeof

t a -north China Itself. Hence the agreement action that might be requested of her residence, the third to a common BETWEEN MIAMA, KEY WEST AND HAVANA. 4r

of Russia to surrender the crop and bird which feeds on it. SOUTHBOUND. r
y r province But what would the United States do? . NORTHBOUND. t

i and withdraw her troops is taken Would the United States take any partin '- Lv. Miama, :Mons. Weds .11 3p Lv. Havana, Tue*. Thur . .. ... .........loooa -
{ ; ,, throughout the world as a sign of the struggle? Would the American Ar. KeywestTues.: Thurs ............ .1: 33 p Ar. Key WestTues Thurs .. ... ......... 633p
: 't Lv Kpy\\est.fues. Thurs. 7 CO p L\ lii-y \\Vst.Tues Thurs .... .......... 7 03 -
earnest that Muscovitetambition
peace as an p
.. : government give material aid to theallied Ar. Havana Weds. Frig. .. 5 a) a Ar ;Miamieds.. Io'ris .. .. ... ...... ... 6 00 a
t' .. tri to overrun the most of eastern powers which stood for tin
For of
copy Time Card address any A!;ent. r.
t Asia and master the Chinese empire American principle! ?
J. D. RAHNER Asst. Gen. Pass.
Agent ST.
has at last; been abandoned temporarily Almost every day Count Ca8 ini. tin AUGUSTINE, FLA.

i. If not permanently. astute Russian embassador. was at the - -- ,.
d "You should be very proud of jour for- state department Tactfully, with diplomatic DR.MOPFETTS Cures Cholera-Infantum,
,! eign office" said Count Ca!!sini. the Rus- euphemisms: he pressed his in DiarrhoeaDysentery

} ,' ,. sian embassador to Washington a fewclays quiries. It is quite probable that tin I the Bowel Troubles oftk9'
ago. speaking to an American gentleman -
who called at the embassy. "Sec- issue of peace or war hung upon thanswer. -' = ,rflu ChildrenofAnyAge.
t ;, .' retary Hay has done more than any other If the United States was will 1 y fAt (TEETHING POVVDZR3)1) Aids Digestion, Regulates
living man to solve the eastern problem. ,,6. the Bowels: Strengthen
ing to declare its intention to
: -All the powers have now adopted his platform 1 pursut . the Child and Makes
; I ? 2 "for the Integrity of the Chinese empire the traditional American policy and .i.- M; cCasts Only 25 cents at Druggists, TEETHING EASY.

and the 'open door.' avoid all entanglements in the other ,ti};.M Sv+ {3P3 ? Or mail 2:; cents to C. J. MOFFETT. M. D.. ST. LOUIS, MQ.
'. Praise from Count Cassiui praise world. Russia! would have felt flt'(' to FLOUESC- ;.'S. C-, Nov.26.1300: .-I was first advised by our family physician in Charleston to use TEETHIXA
I:'h our blhy'hl'u 1.e was but a very young infant,as a preventive of coic: and to warm and sweeten the stomach.
Indeed. Rut other diplomatists echo it. pursue her way in the far east even at L. rit :":1. useful t'Hth.n: ;:tronbles. and itsefecthasbeen f' udtobeaoverybesetcialandsnfreefromdangers!
:.' They point out that it was Secretary the risk of war. With the United thus"'<"'mstquentnixiii' u'c of<1-ips and soothing STrups. t':at we have c, !:Ie') r.' yard U, after use x sh three
.. children, asoneof the necessi.lc9 when there is anew baby in tbc)''>u P and unt I t.--.ngtroubh; -sare over, and
; Hay who injected into the controversyover States surely out she could with tier How About v tai-i pleasure recommending it toour fiends insu'ii'iof t' ,. '. .1 >t_:T t L' :" ju-y i i. i,, ie u.e to keep thell
itby'gaien .
China's future the moral idea allies France and Germany probably 4 3< ijer)

4 which has proved to be the key to the face tho antagonistic alliance. Your HeartFeel

iw t whole complicated problem. This he But the answer of the United States
did in October, ISm, when the world was that it could give no pled) ;';es. Following your pulse a few minutes.Is .

,t first learned that tjie principle of the its usual policy this govern it regular? Are you short of

it Ii ; open door had been proclaimed by the inent doc-lined to'sawhat it would or breath, after slight exertionas WNC1t111!

>!i ,. American government. That principle would not do in a given emergency. It going up stairs, sweeping
4 the United States has stuck to through would be guided by self interest.; It
;;. tall the changes and complications of would watch events with great eager-: ;: you

.1\v I- the; ensuing years. nes*. When emergencies :arose, it pain in left breast, side or uNew Rival" "Leader" "Repeater"C
would meet them as in its between shoulder blades, chok-
t Since then China has passed through ; ,. '
.MIII .Y \ M J ... .In. .
4 .
the throes of a revolution which for a best. Unable to reckon upon ing sensations, fainting or Jl

.. zv time threatened the success of the the probable\ course of the United smothering spells, inability to l you are looking for reliable shotgun ammunition -

. American policy. Now and then appearances States Russia felt constrained to adopta lie on left side? If you have liTDIF the kind that shoots where

: ( Indicated that the cause was conservative: course. She could tint any of these symptoms you you

; : lost and that greed and spoliation defy the world. The new treaty with certainly hare a weak heart, I point your gun, buy Winchester Factory :

Y would supplant the doctrine of equal China which amounts to a surrenderon and should
'J immediately take Loaded t
'I Shotgun Shells "New Rival loaded with
1 rights for the nations in the Chinese the part of Russia quickly fol : ,

": empire. Germany has played a fast lowed. Mi UeV Heart Cure I Black powder; "Leader" and "Repeater," loaded
There i is little reason to doubt that
and loose game, and France has consistently
I ,, ; supported Russia. Great Britain for the present at least peace in the whose Mr. F. H. Oaks of Jamestown. N. Y, { with Smokeless. Insist upon having Winchester
t' far east has been secured and the genial face appears above, says;:
seemed hopelessly involved else- "Excessive use ot tobacco seriously j Factory Loaded Shells and accept no others.
i where. Jaim was not big enough to United States is entitled to the creditof affected my heart. I suffered severe ,

\, : stem the tide alone. Ridicule was heaped it. Appearances indicate that Rus pains about the heart, and in the left ALL DEALERS KEEP THEM

.f the door It sia's change of policy is sincere and shoulder and side: while the palpitation -, ... .
: \ upon open programme. would awaken me from mv sleep. I :, '. .
1 was everywhere predicted that in Chi permanent. The new Russian policyis began taking Dr. Miles' Heart Cure
commercial) rather than and and soon found relief." --
\ na's revolutionary turmoil Russia political permanent -- - -- -- - r

would find the opportunity not only to military. Sold by all Druggists. Ftfev. "A, .c',w-' ._ ,'.... ..", :.S' _, I 50 YEARS'
'. .:.. hold Manchuria, but to advance, step Incredulousness! as to Russia's sincerity Dr. Miles Medical Co. Elkhart Ind. .......".r, : .. .?: ..-..I., EXPERIENCETRADE
by step, to greater conquests. in her agreement to sarremlci! ----- ---- --- .- - .- I
...' But there is tremendous power in a political control of Manchuria is rife -- -- I
I \
moral principle when It is constantly it must be admitted.' Many diplomatists Corn and Oats Digb

,;. ';,; \ pushed to the front by an able statesman are utterly unable to believe the PUThAIs 4
like the treaty: will be honored in anythingmore
'I: la, ., speaking for a nation TRY
f .. Ih r feu. "' 't u\States. This is what Mr. Day than a nominal) way. But such is

s out niuNiV did It not theatrically, not the treaty, such are the obligationsand only Sold in MARKS
r n but with tact and cau snob is the situation with which PURINAFEED DESIGNSCOPYRIGHTS
t ii t': te 'iginMer, Sacks like this & .

I4 n. Always( with persistence. As Anyone sending a sketch and description may
f1 : 'J .eftisP t.he nnsta's policy to creep with ay. quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an
:.r it d aSTOR 1 IA invention is probably patentable. Communica
n \ ). 1.,A rce and a combination ofThe For tions strictly confidential. Handbook on Patents
Bent free. Oldest
( r.m: agency for securing patents.
id railways over the coveted Spill, b'nti and Children The Feed Patents taken through Munn & Co. receive
f dffuJt ;;( it was Mr. Hay's policy t,dUr "es. 'xy mf that DONKEY AND CHECKERBOARD Hard tpeaal notice, without charge, in the

fl&ver bold that moral principle.up as *' t11tti trr Hate Always Bought keeps Mules 4 ON AU BACKS Scientific Jlm ritan.

r Bl 1 arning of "No thoroughfar/; and feed king A handsomely illustrated weekly. Largest cir-
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fi' n year' four months,,1. *oKi\\newsdealers:
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k I INYITED 10 A ROUNDUP. MoneyHot Tempered. Air Race-Track Laid Out.

The 'fracas in which Senator Moneyof ._: _ _-: _. -'- '_' ..,._:,:"- .. _; __' . _._ .- :. -. ._. __ : n _=-_ __ -, {
Santos-Dumont departed for New i iIli
"Teddy'g Terrors? Send the President .Mi slssIJlPi' figured the other morn
York recently after having arranged '
ing at Washington recalls at the
a Bid.
details for the great aerial races to
among those who are discussing it
take place at St. Louis during thworld's
Out of the far and breezy "wild the other occasions on which be has
fair says the New York World.
west" has been exhibited his hot temper says the New
sent to President Roosevelt The course for the races is to be in the f
York Evening Post. Several a\\Z.\
an Invitation so unique that it is years form of a figure 8. with a stadium at
in the house committee on naval affairs i
i- one of the most remarkable documents the intersection of the curves where
be got into an altercation with
;... that ever went into the White House, Mr. Hall of Missouri also a Democrat 5,000 persons can comfortably watch
.1 writes the the evolutions of the air craft.
Washington. correspondent in which it was alleged that Money \ X. . . . :,
: Speed over a ten mile course will be
I*, of the Buffalo News. It comes from a gave him the lieHall threw an inkstand

rough and ready campaign club known which struck Money on the head the test of excellence. The trials will The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has beenin

1 as "Teddy's Terrors" of Los Angeles I with considerable force necessitating) take place almost every day from the USQ' for over 30 years, has borne the signature of
time the exposition opens until it closes.
CaL. and is written on a full sized calf his being taken into another committee and has been made under his per-
"The aeronaut who makes the best
/I*1V ,, hide, with the Roosevelt cattle brands room for repairs.On average time in the series of trials will c'Mc- sonal supervision since its infancy. '

&' burned on the flank. The queer "note" another occasion he came, near exchanging win toe big1 prize" said M. Santos-Du- Allow no one to deceive yon in this.
is a cordial request framed in blows with Senator Wellington All but
cowboy mont. Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-good at-e
;, phraseology for over the latter's allegations to the _
7 chief executive. Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health or
;I presence at the annual May effect that the senators who went to Cuba No Loss of Time.I .
fete "La
Infants and Children-Experience against Experiment.
Fiesta de Los Angeles," a striking relic to investigate conditions there were have sold ChainKerlain's Colic, Chol-

I amplified to contain features of nal. As Money was one of the Hearst would rather be out of coffee and sugar What is GAS TOR I A

the New Orleans Mardi Gras. Among party he asked Wellington to specify than it. I :sold five bottles of it yesterday -

Its what he meant with results that a to threshers that could go no farther,
for the "tenderfeet" are Castoria is harmless substitute for Castor Oil Paregoric
feats of challenge was offered on the floor of and they are at work again this morning. a
horsemanship exhibitions of' the senate. -II. R. Phelps, Plymouth, Oklahoma.As Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It
"broncho busting" and bullfights in will be seen by the above. the threshers I
Mr. Money is sixty-two years old anti contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other
Codified form.
were able to keep on with their work
Near the has been in public life at Washington substance. Its age is its guarantee. It (lestro.s"Vor.u8and
shoulders of the calf hide, without losing a single day's time You
which has been for months in the proc- with slight: interruptions since 1877. should keep a bottle of this remedy in allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea slut Wind

t ess of tanning and is as fine a specimen your home. For sale by Wilson & Son. Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation

I as could be found in California, Slay In I'nibria. and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the

the hair was scraped away leaving a Say.What 0 is wander May in lover L'mbria say.? An Answer to Keep a Chap Aurake. Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural :sleep.

soft spot of leathery parchment upon lie-You will have to go a l long way The Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend.

which the words are written in a style Days that never dim nor darkle; before jou will meet any one who ,
Nights that spangle, nights that sparkle;
that is fin keeping with the western loves yon more than I.
Dawns that flame with burnished splendor GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
spirit and the frontier methods sup- ; She-Well 1 am willing to.-Life.

posed to be in vogue there. This is the Eves that melt In raptures tender;
greeting: Noons that glow with sapphire burning; Antnmn. v r Bears the Signature

Singing waters seaward yearning; Now is the time then bricht leaves fall;
Los Angeles CaL. March 30.We're weir and shallow
Shouting lilting ;
is all
But. strange enough this not ;
goin' to have a roundup an' we Green on fertile field and fallow;
The which nil autumn's
shore want yer mighty bad. Feed and in billows cup of'H
Grain in ripples grain ; Work somehow to make coal '
water plenty. Stock's fat. Brandin' 'irons Silvery poplars, silvery willows; -Detroit Free Press 'H
ready when yer git here dome on. will Music making contadini;
y per? TEDDY'S TERRORS.For Glossy curls and dark eyes sheeny;
Ills View of It.
Theodore Roosevelt the President. Nightingales in copse and clover ,
Washington. Saymold Story-What was the unluckiest -
Each a little lyric lover; ,
In the same, spot is a laughable Cuckoo gossips never quiet; thing that ever happened tore
The You Have
sketch of the president mounted on a Every Blossom breeze revel,abrim blossom with riot fragrance: ? KM Always Bought

bear the insignia of the state of California From the hill and valley vagrants; Goodman GonroJjGlttln' born.

with his. pistol holster flying out Roses In the tangled coppice \ A I5e>elation. / In Use For Over 30 Years.THE .
Privet and
behind and a look of fierce determination pimpernel poppies;
Harebells, thyme in purple stretches; If you will make inquiry it will be a CENTAUR COMPANY, TT MURRAY STREET, NTH'YOHt CITY"
on his stern face as be rushes to Vervain, violets and vetches; revelation to how succumb to .,....::- .,' 3" _:_ .:....'rSt.. .. :,. .Zi'.f) ; ,.. M l'LY.oVF1. '! h J.:
the rodero. In the distance is seen the Stately corn flags hued as fire Is; you many
kidney or bladder troubles iii one form or
dome of the national capitol and in thforE'ground Honeysuckle, orchis, iris, .
another. If the is
Web as delicate and dear as patient not beyond
a sign pointing toward Los Ever shah beheld in Shiraz. medical aid, Foley's Kidney Cure will

Angeles. And through all. above and under, cure. It never disappoints. Sold by Wil- 1
The three brands that ornament the Something moving like a wonder on & Son. ,
hide are those used on the president's Something vigorous and vl\:rnal, The Seaboard Air-Line Railway E
Evanescent, yet eternal! t
cattle on his ranches in the northwest. So Like his l'u. lE

They are the Maltese cross! the elk Such the wander lovers say, "It Is a great pity your husband haste CAPITAL CITY R.OUTE.
Such is Umbria. ,
horn and the triangle, symbolic of the May in be away tiom Uoii so uucli. Bu
-Clinton Scollard In May Woman's Home
Mason! the Elk and the Knight of Companion.A you are not left entirely alone! that's -
The Shortest Route. The Best Line.
Pythias. 'The "Terrors" did not know cue comfort. Willie is getting to be

the president's brands and were obligedto Lesson In Health. quite if man and grows more and more

write to him for the information Healthy kidneys filter the impurities like his father every day." DOUBLE DAILY SERVICEIncluding

I and he may have suspected that some from the blood, and unless they do this "Oh, yes. He goes about the house Sundays.

. of his cattle would be missing, in viewI good health is impossible.! Fol y's Kidney with his suspenders hanging down

I I of the singular question. Within a tew Cure makes sound kidneys, and will about half the tiiue.-Caicago Tribune -TO-

} days a reply was received from Secretary positively cure all forms of kidney and ____________ Savannah Columbia Southern Pines
;, bladder disease. It strengthens the whole ,
Cortelyou and with it a characteristic '
Reveals Great St cret.
. system. Sold by Wilson & Son. a .
memorandum in the president'sown Richmond Washington Baltimore
! -. It is often a.-ked bow sm-h startling: ,
handwriting, saying "I had three The Sk, lnrk. cures, that puzzle the l1t'-t physicians, are ,

, .. brands, the Maltese cross, elk horn and The skylark !sometimes sings:; during : eil'ectetl by Dr. Kinj '.- New I Discovery for Philadelphia, New York, '

. t triangle." This was signed with his winter, and there: is a Scottish proverb consumption. Here's the secret: It cuts

i I Initials and bore rude! drawings of the which runs to the effect that if it be out the phlegm and uenii-inftctt-d i mucus, Through : Tic epcrs.

r brands. The memorandum is stowed and lets the life-:! \in_ oxyg\'lIl'nricli and
, hoard before Candlemas there will be Only Line Operating Through Pullman Car Service Jacksonvilleto
in the club's archives and ,'itaizthe! blood. It heals: !! the Inflamed( ,
t away money bad weather after that
I it. period. cousrh-worn throat and lungs. Hard colds New Orleans.For .
could not buy '
, / and stubborn coughs soon yield I to Dr. further information, writeE.
Inclosed in au envelope made! of exquisitely Shorn Tippler King's New Discovery, the most infallible! L. BUNTII, Gen. Pass.. Agent. A. MACDOXELL.. Asst. (;t'u. Pass. Agent,

polished California woods and Madrid has a law by which habitual remedy for all throat and lung din'a-es. Port-mouth. Va. Jacksonville, Fla-
; JAS. M. BARK. Vice Presideut and General Manager, rorNnumtli.Ya.
bound with sitter the rt'd1111 white drunkards have their heads shaved guaranteed -
every ( bottles ;)Ol'. and $1.00. Trial ,\

calfskin souvenir has been forwarded four weeks.In bottles free at J B.; :ScrVven's.Bolivia : _
':y for presentation to Mr. Roosevelt by '

Senators Perkins and Bard and tin Kciitnckjr.: IF \
)ool1tnioo ::u.h i!.. YOU WANT BU
r" dou''tedly! it will make a pleasant im- Court Bailiff-1'efcru we proceed -yJ. :tb .
:is tinmust !in.r.mi>..
4 prt'don on the recipient. who thoroughly : with the trial the regular collection of S ;
in the world. Hal that\ KENTUCKY.q
country portion .
appreciates the frank and plain weapons will now be taken.-Chicago -- -- --- - -- -- I
of the chain known as the Codilcra\!
of saying and doing things in the News.
i way de le Paz is a colonnade of (pure white A House Paint, that will
I great southwest Stand Like a Stone Wall summits extending; inert than KJU wear and look well, use: WlillSET1
"Teddy's Terrors, sometimes called I IPitkin's
miles almost in a d"c! line. .
Between children and the
l "Busters. are professional and business your tOl'tl1fSof -

.1 men organized in the campaign of itching and burning eczema, scaldheud I! For GenU..D. I

lflt! ; 0 in this novel way, their uniforms or, other skin diseases. How? Why, bv who cherish t
using BI1l"kll'n'srnica Salve ettrth'szreate
: ,
consisting of the typical-cowboy outfit. Ready-Mixed
t healer. Quickest: cure for ulcers
j sombrero, bandanna blue flannel shirt
fever sores, salt rheum cut, burns or
a buckskin trousers and top boots and bruises. Infallible f.,r piles. 2"c.. at J. Guaranteed )

!.,. armed with huge revolvers. They gc 15. Screven's drui store. i .

campaigning with a whoop and a howl Premium
"shooting up" promiscuously, and nothing Doing Her Best. ", I
Sold by F. A. LOSLKY. L. MOTLOIV.Titusrille .
turned lose
like tlwm1' was Mother-Why, what's baby cQ'illabout Paint. Florida. f
before. Their watchword is "Hi. hi.;' ? '

which cattlemen call to the moving 1\'urse-Plea, ma'am, I cau't catchflies t"Ill\t I

'sto\\ ltjor.J.Y.. F. Hiss i a Philippine as fast as he ran eat 'cm.-Cleveland None better made; guartm- KIDNEY DISEASES

t veteran is "chief buster." Plain Dealer.A teed for five vear.-. ;
Love is unequally . '
-- -- -- --
A New Dickens (ControTejs; Careless Wish. \I1'--.yoked with sickness. -- I

The facts of a man's life are very dif The poet sited, as poets do, :\' Labor is lightened by are the most fatal of all dis

after his death. It "If all my dreams would but come true!I" I love, but love cannot '
ficult establish eases. +
to Pitkin's Barn PaintIs
Would be a sorry Jot, no doult, lighten pain or relieve
now transpires that Mr. Percy Fitzer.aid's ; Unless fate cut the nightmares out. i

article on Dickens winch-appeared -washin-ton Star. 'A(I('I Ili\ it.Ian on at his)wife's a man suffering looks : FOLEY'S; KIDNEY CURE It 8

in narp -r's Magazine for April has Will Cure Consumption. f0. willing to do anything a standard coating for barn i Guaranteed Remedy

called forth letters from members of to aid her and able to do ,
A. A. Herren, Finl'hrk., ., writes, "Fo p and roof work; will outlaw any w I

the gardin Dickens Dickens'family affairs'of in a controversy the heart re- ley's Honey and Tar is the best prepara- nothing.Sometimes. howe"er.tbe other barn paint on the mar :I or money refunded. Contains
tion for coughs, colds and lung trouble. I '
which will In all probability never he know that it has cured consumption in Dr. husband's Pierce's Favorite attention is directed and to ket. Do not accept a substi remedies recognized by eminent i

settled says Harpers Literary Gossip. the first stages." Sold by Wilson & Son. its remarkable cures of Prescription womanly dis- tute. A building of any kind.w..Il I physicians as the best for '

k Apropos of Dickens. it is stated that Onions. eases. He may not have much hope ofa painted, will last two or | Kidney and Bladder troubles. *
the Great White Horse hotel at Ips
cure, but he is led to try the medicine
wich was sold at auction the other Onions are regarded as an excellentnerve with the result that in almost every case three times: as; long as one left] PRICE 50c. and$J.OO. r \

day, and many enthusiastic Dickens tonic, but some other peculiarities there is a perfect and permanent cure. to the mercy of tinelements..

lovers attended the sale. This was the connected with them are prejudicial Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription cures .E jj..y.y

famous inn where Mr. Pickwick suffered to their use raven for this purpose. irregularity. It dries the drains which COLOR CARDS ON APPLICATION. .

the embarrassing encounter with i weaken ulceration women, and ,cures heals female inflammation weakness.and I !.h.e.most healing eelve In tho worJ tw ,.;)

the middle aged lady in the yellow curl Backer. State. I As a tonic for women who are nervous, I .d. .

papers. __ I,. State Ohio the was name early being called derived the from Buckeye the sleepless, ,,worn-out and run-down "Fa- Ceo1 W. Pitkin Co l rf
vorite Prescription is unequaled."In PURINA! .f .. 'I
Where Hat St'It'Ire .Made. of forests of buckeye
presence great answer to your letter: I will say. my wife t.- :
The hat trade of the United States is trees when the country was first invaded commenced to complain twenty yea-s ao," I I of 'J
writes Lewis A. Miller, ex.Chief-ofPolice. of 33 CHICAGO and KANSAS CITY I t.i' : sill \ j
in the small bounded ,

area by the whites. Prospect St., Weissport. Pa. "We have tried the A
by Washington square Greener skill of twelve different doctors. She took gallons I' A Feed \ { ;.11
street. Dandelion of medicine during the lime she was ill, '. 01.,: A"
Spring and
street Crosby streetIn Ilar 'I
and told what to do. ADMIMSTKATOU'S: : NOTICE CIik ,
Dandelions so it i is saId. purify the until I wrote you you us - '
a New York. At this moment you may. She has taken eight bottles of Dr Pierce's Favorite J-l", } E\ R ) ,
if blood :generally: ton- up the system.: Prescription and six of the Golden Med- Notice is hereby given to all .' S. 'K. '
you will, see the style of that I 3 9 .b.
derby '
-- --- --- ical Discovery.: She can do her own work now that six mouths from date I will_ ge "A
fashion will make you wear next fall What Is Foley's Kidney Cure* and can walk around again and is! quite smart.* final accounts and apply to till' () .,i n ely Z r'o/r ; KEEPS Weed Ia

as well as the style of straw hat that Answerjcn00-eTjade from prescription Favorite Prescription has the testi Penney, county judge of Bretwa ta Ity.'

is tobe, fashionable in New York this of a leadiTnUU&ri 0 physician,,,and on '""Viony of thousands of (an
summer says the New York Times. Almost of the m< lue2 t in the country. T\s cure of womanly de ;C:*. Do not. istrator' of f the said estate of Joseph Peters, late AND FEED ,
t&oved n county.
d& ,
unknown iub- .
mccept $n arts \
I every hit ,ia the ingredie a purest that monc, ,
factory United !' VJl ,' I j' J. P. BROWN BILLS DOWP i'by
ts ....
ute "
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States can ientifit ce'f' .Y" place. ; ,
has' ally
buy *
,rppnpanent-.offlce or tempporary'tep ) ':">' - *"*-* 1 "t-- or of Estate of Joseph

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it i {f''J. :: .8 THE FLORIDA ,STAB : FRIDAY, ,MAY 9,', 19C2. r ,>:' ;, -, ,

. .
: :j .
= M. L. A sad Accident occurred at Cocoa'.sta WERE BUILT UPSIDE DOWN. r
-: D.rD. 8. Offices overThe 'Indian River
,: : ____ .
1. ,. _' Drag Co's stores,the leading Drugestablish- tion on Tuesday forenoon in which a

,, _, a :'" .. meat of the Indian river country._ man by the name of Joe Hagan was instantly THE VISIBLE WRITING

Gk-' : r r -'.. killed. The local freight bound OLIVER.TYPEWRITER.
\ WILLIAM HINDLE.-Undertaker and Em-
r. : .; .
north about 11 '"shunting"cars
a. m. was
y ,.. banner Bicycles and Sewing Machine sup-
: '.'.-. plies Tinning and Pipe Fitting Repairing from the side track at the ice factoryand
l of Every Description. Agent for Beveridge 'Mr. Hagan' was directing the work Powder

a ".' Steam Cooker. when, in some way the board' or pole Baking .

: FRAN LIPP-Practical Shoemaker. Forty used to push the car caught him and Is built right side up where the work is insight

,a", 'years experience; all kind of repairing crushed his head between it and the car, It is a light, compact simply constructed Y
4 : >,' :? done nice and cheap; also ladies'.and men's killing him instantly.A Makes the bread durable machine-easily learned,op-
1. "' ', shoes made to order. erated and cleaned;aligns perfectly,and needs j,
coroner'sjl1ry was summoned immediately more healthful. least repairs. i
j. GO TO J. )[. SANDERS, The Old Reliable
which rendered a verdict of "ac- ,
Store for good, fresh and reliable goods cidental i I ,
killing, no one being to blame
such Dry Goods Saddlery, Crockery ,
t Hats,Trunks, and a full line of Groceries. so much as the man hiolself, who seemingly Safeguards the food i,l ,. 1 1J c uri&ul ;f

\ did not exercise proper care. The 41ill 1
F: JARVIS HOUSE-Open all the year round. alum Wrecked \
river remains were taken to Mr. Wm. Hindle against
Y Pleasant location facing the river on i
i '. terms by undertaker, who prepared them for bur-
front. Rates$2.00 per day,special Your home and property
the week month.MELBOURNE ial and they were forwarded on'the train nar"una
or Alum powders are the r; should be protected by.... 1
baking greatest
next day to Palatka, where he resided. '. +uiuul ll
menacers to present day. Insurance
tE The dreadful accident
. cast a gloom over
MELBOURNE STATE BANK,MELBOURNE, the entilecommunity. ,
FLA.-F. H. Fee, president; C.tI. Horton, ROYAL @AkING POw ER CO., NEW YORK. from FIRE LIGHTNINGand

,. cashier. Every courtesy extended consist- _--- CYCLONES. The ex- 1
h ent with conservative banking. ROCKLEDGE. pense is small torn pared to .. ''
Spraying the trees MELBOURNE. the risk of a catastrophylike 1
orange goes merrilyon.
t' : .<, ECZEMA REMEDY i/i/i'll/ /' this. Write to or ask
Major E. C. Graves, of Melbourne '
PA. Jan. 7th 1902. Schuyler & Branning Titusville,
I DANVILLF Miss Myra Williams is visiting friendsat Beach, was in town Monday. ,

1 :,: The Hancock Liquid Sulphur Co., Baltimore Indianola. )Ir. Chas. Campbell is putting a r.ew Price $97.50. for reliable information, 3 j
, "t Md.Gentlemen1. rates, etc., etc i
i 40A i. have had a? aggravated There was no steamer up from Eau fence around his town property.Mr. W. S. BRANNING, Agent for Brevard Co I .

:': case of eczema forovertwentyfiveyears. ,1 Gallie to Cocoa on :Monday.Mr. : and :Mrs. Chas. Horton have gone Sold to responsible parties for25 cash and I R. L. MOTLOW

t I My hands were unsightly a great part of I X. Bristol and sisters, Misses A. A. for a few week's visit to Atlanta, Ga. $10 monthly payments. Other make machines '
.i t I have used seven fifty- taken in part payment. .
that long period. and Flavia M and Miss Mary Dalton :Mrs. 0. N. Page'of Georgiana, is visiting
.t 0 0 0 0 0 7 0 0 3 'f p p
bottles jar
j cent. one your
Ointment and'now I feel as though I had leave today (Friday) for their home in her daughter, Mrs. H. B. Hainlin. SHOULD USE TUB OLIVER. 0 0 0
Hillsdale N. Y. .
of hands. My case has - ----
I' a brand new pair Miss Helen Miller left on Sunday for

" :' ;f. .' been such an aggravated one;it has cured There is a little orange tree in Mr. Wabasso, where she will teach school 1 for EAST COAST MEAT P MARKET. : I 11 )4

t. lt s me, and I am certain it will cure anyone Bristol's yard that is covered with bloom this term.

" + if they persist in using Liquid Sulphur according some of which are setting with oranges.It G. F. DUREN, Agent,
! to directions. BUTLER EDGAR. Miss Sue Hopkins, of Ypsilanti, Michigan .
3 is a pretty sight.Miss is here again on a visit among her

"Gertie Breese South old friends.Mr. nr .
I r INDIAN RlUR N RIPmS. is spending a few days with Mrs. H. S. and Mrs. Thomas Chaffee, after a Florida

Williams while Mr. Williams is at Fort : W1NE1U UO
pleasant visit in Miami, have returned to 1
1 1. Pierce and Miss and
Paragraphs Personal and Newsy Briefsat Myra at Indianola.Mr. their home on the bluff. I

;! :..,. \ >. Towns Along the Coast. and Mrs. 0. C. Currier left on the :Mesdames: Bell and) Castle, and :Messrs 4; \VesternIeats ..

.3 7th for.their home at Newark: N. J. Mr. Bell and Castle enjoyed a trip to Melbourne f! .. ) tor r, p1P ,
.f.. COCOA. Currier has built an addition to his packing beach on Monday. -

1 )<4 The tourist season over, the last of the i house and otherwise improved his
of allKinds.
place this winter. He will Everyone who comes to Melbourne
winter visitors gone, school closed, Mayday put a new
... during the summer is delighted to find iso
/ festivities a thing of the past and orange sizer in his packing house next :.
f winter. cool and free from insects.Mr. FINE WHISKIES WINES BRANDIES
: now Cocoa has settled down to her summer ,

::1 regime. Misses Mosie Williams, Helen Miller, and Mrs. Bell; of Chicago, are late r GINS BOTTLED BEERS.

: I I Many of the STAR'S readers, friends of Alma Martin, Anna :Morgan: and a young arrivals Melbourne:: and are pleasantly.
Brook lacy friend of Miss Williams (whose name located at Grand View cottage.Mr. Titusville, Florida. I TITUSVILLE and COCOA.
,11 :Miss Sarah Wool Moore, now in did _ ______ _____ _ _
learn n n
lyn, N. Y., will be pleased to learn that we not ), and Master Willie :: and Mrs. Wells, of Grant, and Mr

rj J she has turned her educational mind and Gibbs, all young people Melbourne, Rainey were in Melbourne Monday. Mr,

.,: ,_ heart to practical book making, and has took tea with Miss Vera Hibbs on May Hainey has just sold a nice tract of landto J as. Pritchard & Son
day and then went to the dance at Cocoaat ,
1\ .. y issued an illustrated English-Italian language Mr. Wells.

'W' book and reader. Miss :Moore: has night. Mrs. Mack and daughter, Miss Edith, Headquarters
Mr. J: J. White will build six-room for. . . .
i long been interested in the immigration a arrived at Mrs. H. 0. Snedeker's las
1- United States and cottage" on one of his lots last
; of the Italians into the purchased
, week, where they will enjoy life forashort
has been instrumental in forming a society year on Barton avenue, to the west of the time among old friends. :

to meet and care for and direct the cottage which he now occupies. It is I HARDWARE

:I' feminine portion who come here seeking already spoken: for occupancy next win- Mr. Chas. K. Faran caught.fortyninepounds ,

and ter. There was a great demand for cotta- ) of trout one afternoon trolling.
1 f. : friends or homes unprotected, helping -
II;,; ., them on their way. Miss Moore has ges last winter, and if the demand con- Large numbers of trout are being caught .. .Tinware, Crockery, Stoves...

:\ r-: spent several years in Italy studying art, tinues he will. build on the other two lots. in the Indian river these warm days. Boat Goods, Paints Oils

f."j '.. and made herself familiar with the people On last Saturday; morning as Mr. F. II. Mr. Harry Gates returned to his Chicago andVVOODENVV ,

).:..., and their language, and is now putting Warner and a colored man named Frank home last Friday, after a two weeks --

; that knowledge; to practical helpful were driving up the avenue in front of pleasant visit with his sister, Miss Eva ARE.

: ; "'". use to these strangers, who seek admisj Hotel: Indian River the horse took fright Gates, in her home at South :Melbourne.SIIILOII. Write for prices. .
sion shores. The book is
, to our very and began to run, and the wagon wheel; TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. '
and understand and must
simple to
1 ;- easy collided with the big oak that stands in .
.. '; be very helpful to those who desire to Box 212. 1
I the bend of the road between the station
learn either the English or Italian lan- Shipping beans and harvestingis onions
J J, "'.Y and The Plaza, and threw them both JAMES FBITCHARD. President. W.M. BROWN Vice-President. C. S SCHUYLEB Cashier j
the order of the
guages. day.
from the vehicle
t. f' violently to the ground,

r t- f. Pioneer Association Meeting. bruising them up considerably, besides The exceedingly dry weather is injurious INDIAN RIVER STATE {

t smashing the wagon. The horse finallyran to the garden crops now. BANKS
' At the Pioneer association picnic the ;
into the
Y-, .I wire fence in front of the ti
old officers were elected to succeed them- :Mr. and Mrs. Larry Wright and family -
' \ c Wooten place, where he stopped. The of Oak Hill visited friends in Shiloh County Depository.
;. selves, viz: G. S. Hardee, president; II. horse
belongs to Mr. Geo.
I : ;Sebring and
1t :' ., I S., Williams, secretary; J. M. Sanders, was somewhat cut by the barbs on the Sunday. Authorized Capital$100,000. i
1\ r .' treasurer. By motion made by the presi- fence. Mr. G. Nolle returned home Sunday Paid Capital $ 25,000.

; ': dent the time limit for pioneer members after a month's visit with friends and relatives Ave-.c'c ".

l .was extended to 1885, instead of 1SSO as Extensive nOSe Garden.Mr. in Illinois. TRANSACTS A ,

I r i! ; ; .' previously arranged. Mrs. ,, Walton and da.ughtersIisses .
:: .
Wallace R.
l' A time Moses of West Palm
pleasant was enjoyed
; : on
!t ,. Beach Florence and Nellie, of Clifton, attended General Banking 'Ness.Largest
for the
!t ; the old point where picnics of old were agent F. E. C. Land com- .
+ held and many old friends met and pany, has sold two lots in West Palm Sunday school here Sunday. 1
;. Beach to :Mr. Frank Belden of :Mr. Marshall Patillo of O.-teen awl Oldest
r .tf clasped hands as in days of yore. St. Augus- ('allleOWl'
:-' '. It would be a good work for the association tine, who proposes to shed the lots and Monday. :Mr. Ed. I'atillo went back Bank on the Bit r. j

f.- engage in the growing of to with him Wednesday to spend a few
; if they could gather funds enough roses cater to I Exchange Bought and Sold on _
\ l- to clear the point from all un'derbrush. the trade of the guests of the Hotel Royal I weeks with his family. 1
all Foreign Countries. .
j) I f It would make an ideal recreation park Poinciana and The Breakers. Some idea I Mrs. E. Jane Ziy left for Chattanooga,

f.. .I' for both old and young.! of the extent of his proposed growings Tenn., Monday, where she goes to join Patronage appreciated. Prompt service
7 can he gained from the fact that polite treatment and every favor consistent
he has
The old monarchs of the forest
: grand her son, who went a few weeks previous, with conservative banting granted.CORRESPONDENTS ,
x ,; .- would then show forth in all their glory, ordered one and a half tons of flower pots where they expect to spend the summer :

.; :: and it would make a lovely resting placer for propagating purposes.That's months.A ::. Seaboard National Hank of New York.
for pedestrians and their -----. - a
on j
; cyclers -- and National Bank
: way '-' - Jacksonville
I party of young folks enjoyed a picnic : ,
to and fro between the twin towns. r
\n: ,r 4, ChildrenFcrlihizerQ I and fi&h-fry at the canal on the tint day TITUSVILLE FLORIDA. ;
f '.I I'j of May. Fish were plentiful, and with ;
Day Celebration.
U : ; May J
. .. I enjoyed "
," i I I May day was celebrated in the usual i
H : i style in Cocoa, and people gathered from :Miss; C. Marie Kubl returned Friday Lamp of Steady Habits

j; 2 ': all points along the river to spend a pleasant from Thomasville, Ga., where she has IB The lamp that doesn't flare up or smoke. or cause -* .f t
I 1 ,I. day. Clear, bright and beautiful, a good mme f,' been attending Stanley's Business collegefor -- to use bad lanjnia ; the lamp that looks goi.'! Vn f1' !j\

It:" I : the weather was all that could be desired. Scott's: E 111U.'J.vd.1-: CY.M\' the last:: seven months. We all gladly ,,-r _rt t) r.. you mgly get part it and with stays, unee good youhave; the.It lamp; that that s you never will- i. '!

/ After the picnic dinner the attractioqs welcome her Lack.Stereopticon .
I ;: ,,4'; r were the races, and some of the small ?rc like young .vhn":. :. ....'-./ The J New Rochester.

t it" L ;i boys made fun for the older ones in their ill in ,.,.,. '". and graphophone exhibi- _,rs' f t Other lamps may be offered you as "just as gnarl "_ - -
j : attempts to secure the prizes offered. A O crow, oOthers "_"::: ,{ CL tion given at the schoolhouse Monday "'" -'.' = they may be, in some resI"cLLut for all around iroodness .
I ( but it did not ':_ -' there's only one. Tin time Rocl i!>ta. To make
.#. : Amos Wooten carried off the $3.00 for need fcrtliien.The night, prove success on sure the lamp offered you is:ermine, look for the name
., account of the lens in the machine becoming on it ; every lamp has it. hire Varieties.)
J. . winning the obstacle race, and Johnnie 1
nature cf sonic CC: broken before the Old
j just opening Lamps Made IVe",
" Patterson! won the $1.;:>0 prize; for the shoe v.
J We can fill every lamp want. No .>whaiu-r
\., race as well as securing the 50 coin out off prevents them from th! :<:>. !. hour. ;* %' want a new lamp or stow an old one repaired or refine you I :
r 4 ished, a vase mounted or other make of
the of flour. lamp transform- '
I pan on ordinary food St'.:h c DRAY1NG. > r ed into a New Rochester we can do it. Let us
i There was no bicycle parade as there -- send you literature on the suhJt'Cl.7 _'-

is were only four wheels decorated. :Miss: dren grow right if treated rV.: : All kinds to promptly.of hauling I and meet draying all trains.attended .="-..-,:: ) We are SPECIALISTS Lamps. Consultation in the treatment FREE of diseases of +

; Vera Hindle secured 5rst prize for best All need is little fctilizer Stove wood for sale.A. )TnRoaUTR, THE ROCHESTER LAMP CO. 3S Park Place SS t
4';, decorated wheel and Miss Iva Dyal the they a HADLEY Titusville.TAX n Barclay St., Sew York. .

second prize. -a little extra rich nes.Scott's .. ." .- .
{ 4' Ii The pa'radeVa'i a disappointment. The DEED NOTICE. -
\ .
Emulsion is the
rijjh. Paroid
children were kept waiting so long last Roofi11g-
Notice is hereby dven that Alex. Forester
\ year before the parade was started that treatment. purchaser of tax certificate No. 183, dated the

l. \:*. ._ they had'no" desire to enter.this year and 6th day of May 1889, has filed said certificatein For Permanent
; ; A "L... have their flowers all withered and themselves Fertilizers make thingsgrottThat's my office, and has made application for tax Roof.
deed to issue in accordance with law. Said
t nl3 OVcj3 V so tired they could scarcely ride or just what Scott's Emulsion certificate embraces the following described

I t\ :Hfceep up. It has been: a lesson to the property, situated in Brevard county,Florida, Neponset Roofing

.:{ 1 managers in which the children haw does. It makes children to-wit: Lot 9, block 18, Titusville section 3,
j ,... u e/1n township 22, south of range 35 east; the said] For
{ been the teachers. The parade, if Ul 'V in flesh in assessed the date of the Temporary Roof
,. VQW grow strength, land being at issuanceof + i
I ,asllrfl ttli\lrable. should be in the mjtovelythe such certificate in the name of"unknown." Cheaper than Shingles,

:.1tJen flowers and children />rfol and S'{(- rich blood, grow in mind, Unless said certificate shall be redeemed according I Better than Tin.......... I
tJor1*"** to law, tax deed will issue thereon on
I ;J and bright. grow happy. That's what we I the 9th.*.." of June A.D. 1902. For Sale by F
J The dance in the evening pled all Witj'' "to official signature ands* this

irL that could be desirerk: t large crowd a make it for. _ the IsfP-s' roft May, A. D. 1902. ?a t GeqJ". F. Paddison

\ ate good floor, good mi-flJue: ; [ refreshments, ""'Id,. [ / *Y "* An A. STEWA-"
44 Send for ,j ; Clerk i Lit Court of Brevard COUP* 7
fret S
{ excellent dancers,|fltypiisciple, of Terp- -OTT & BOW"./ ., 'r .. ..1i' "' r. Pc 1).&J '... j: ear ; e

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