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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 23 May 1902

THE FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY MAY 23 1902 3 L STORIES TOlD IN WASHINGTON 4i Ooi He Knew Hogs to t Mind His Own I3astnCSS Better Than the President BpeciaLcorreepondence of The Florida Star Washington May 20There Is em S ployed on the White House grounds an ancient gardener who believes in attending to his own business and not bothering about the affairs of the na tion or any other irrelevant matters There may be changes in the executive office and in the cabinet but they do not interest him He goes on with his i digging and pruning Just the same The other day the old man was at I work among the roses in the south I GUESS I KNOW MY OWN 11USINKSS grounds or the mansion when he was approached by a somewhat brisk and sprightly individual wearing eyeglass es who challenged his judgment in the matter or pruning rosebushes My good fellow said the intruder dont you know you are cutting off too much of that rose Running roses should never be trimmed so much as the other kind The professor of the s...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 23 May 1902

4 THE FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY MAY 23 1902 THE FLORIDA STAR Entered at the postofficc atTitusville as 4econdc1ass mail matter Kills U Wager Editor and Publisher PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING 8UBSCKIFTION 15O PER ANNUM 75 CENTS FOB SIX MONTHS VdvertlBlnj Kate Furnished on Application It must be clearly understood that neither THE STAB nor its editor is responsible for opinions expressed by correspondents Subscribers will confer a favor on THE BTAB if they will notify us of any failure to receive their paper Communications on live topics especially of local interest are solicited But the editor reserves the right to condense them to suit Brief items of neighborhood news always desired I Admiral Sampson did not die a I rich man His will devised only 22500 > still it was made prior to April 189S before the capturing of Spanish prizes and the destruction of Spanish ships was begun Sir Thomas Lipton will not be made a coronation peer He says that he would not accept a peerage if it were of...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 23 May 1902

THE FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY MAY 23 1902 5 TRE1TMET fOR ORANG MlIf8w Sulphur the Best Specific and How to Apply It Florida Experiment Station Bulletin The warm dry weather of the present spring has multiplied all forma of the family tetranychidae to an alarming ex tent Not since 1886 or 1889 have mites attracted such attention in Florida or threatened such widespread damage as daring the present season During the latter part of April reports began to pour in upon us accompanied by specimens of various acarinidae and before the first week in May had passed every quarter of the orange growing districts had been heard from the reports indicating that the damage was great and that in some districts there was great excitement Since more or less damage may con tinue for several weeks before the rainy season opens we believe it best to issue an emergency bulletin giving some account of the history of these insects and espe cially of the remedies that are most ef fective against them Perhaps the...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 23 May 1902

6 i THE FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY MAY 23 1902 A MOOERM POMPEII Once Beautiful City of St Pierre Now v Burled In Lava JSt Thomas Danish West Indies May 12An eruption of Mont Pelee on the Island of Martinique was long ago predicted but that It would Inun date In a sea of burning lava the city of St Pierre five miles from Its crater And entail the loss of 40000 lives was hardly Conceivable It was prophesied as long ago as 1851 at the time of the volcanic and seismic disturbances which devastated parts of the West Indies that there t I 34f0NT PELEE FROM ST PIERRE HARBOR would be another eruption of Mont Pelee within half a century and sure ty enough it htis come with more frightful results than attended the de struction of Pompeii when Mount Ve suvius belched forth its stream of Jtuolten ruin While the people of Martinique real zed that they were dwelling above a volcanic sea and were familiar with the prophecy that there would some time come another eruption of Mont Pelee they were inclined ...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 23 May 1902

8 THE FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY MAY 23 1902 i COCOA BUSINESS DIRECTORY WILLIAM HINDLE Undertaker and Em balmer Bicycles and Sewing Machine sup plies Tinning and Pipe Fitting Repairing of Every Description Agent for Beveridge Steam Cooker PRANK LIPP Practical Shoemaker Forty years experience all kind of repairing done nice and cheap also ladies and mens shoes made to order GO TO J M SANDERS The Old Reliable Store for good fresh and reliable Roods such aa Dry Goods Saddlery Crockery Hats Trunks and a full line of Groceries JAEVIS HOUSEOpen all the year round Pleasant location facing the river on river front Rates 200 per day special terms by the week or month MELBOURNE BUSINESS DIRECTORY MELBOURNE STATE BANK MELBOURNE FLAF H Fee president C M Horton cashier Every courtesy extended consist ent with conservative banking ECZEMA REMEDY DANVILLE PA Jan 7th 1902 The Hancock Liquid Sulphur Co Balti more Md Gentlemen I Have had au aggravated case of eczema for over twentyfive years My hands were un...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 30 May 1902

o M FLORIDA STAR d r I S Not fo OquselCcs Sloqe gift poi the Good of otqe s JSlso VOL XXTTT T1TUSVILLE FLA FRIDAY MAY 30 1902 NO6 CURRENT LOCAL LACONICS Brief Mention of What Is Going On In and About Tltusvllle Bicycles repaired at Carpenters Send watches for repairs to WM Wood ward DeLand Fla Work guaranteed After spending Sunday and Monday with his family here Mr W M Brown returned to Miami CapL R A Hardee of Sebastian was mingling among his Titusville friends this week returning home Wednesday W F Futch has returned to this place after some time spent at the fish camp at Grant and expects to remain here per manently for the summer Dr A E Lyman of Melbourne is at tending the meeting of the state associa tion of dentists at Daytona this week for which place he left Tuesday The family T A Johnsonwent to Hawthorn Tuesday on account of the ill ness of Mrs Johnsons brother who may return with them overland if he improves somewhat Messrs McGregor of Victoria in Lake county who has been ...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 30 May 1902

< iCEFLORiDA STAR i i < l 1 J I f Not fo Onseltfes A1oie 13qt fOil the G ood of Orels Also 4 VOLTITUSVUJLE FLA FRIDAY MAY 30 1902 NO 0 t CURRENT LOCAL lACONI Brief Mention of What Is Going On In and About Tltuavllle Bicycles repaired at Carpenters Send watches for repairs to WM Wood ward DeLand Fla Work guaranteed After spending Sunday and Monday with his family here Mr W M Brown returned to Miami Capt R A Hardee of Sebastian was mingling among his Titusville friends this week returning home Wednesday W F Futch has returned to this place after some time spent at the fish camp at Grant and expects to remain here per manently for the summer Dr A E Lyman of Melbourne is at tending the meeting of the state associa tion of dentists at Daytona this week for which place he left Tuesday The family T A Johnsonwent to Hawthorn Tuesday on account of the ill ness of Mrs Johnsons brother who may return with them overland if he improves somewhat Messrs McGregor of Victoria in Lake county wh...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 30 May 1902

Y fIj ajMu i r < r r H > Jpf J A 2 A THE FLORIDA STAR FR DAY MAYS tl902I f I 1 gf > ne < > m M < 4f T 1 W ii 59 at < AJb1Ic7roY SOCIETIESETC TTTUSVILLE BOARD OF TBADEQ M 4bbia8pr18identJ ICDixon treasurer G Best secretary Meets second Wednes day night in each month at their rooms 1 If1 AM Indian River lodge No 90 holds its meetings the second and fourth Friday evenings of each month at the court house JIR Walker W M F A Morgan Setfy 10 TOWN DIRECTORY TOWN OFFICEBS M Dixon mayor K E Minis Jr marshal and tax collector Gregers A Frost clerk Dd treasurer John Henry > aseefigor Jno B Walker Q F Du ren J L Carruthers F A Morgan S G Vanlandingham councilmen The coun cil meets first Tuesday in each month ORDER OF EASTERN STAR Friendship Chapter No 11 holds meetings first Tues day in each month at 330 p m and third Tuesday in each month at 730 p m in Masonic Lodge room Mrs G M Bobbins worthy matron Mrs M A Scrimgeour sec retary COUNTY DIRECTORY COUNTY OFFICERS D Penne...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 30 May 1902

T 10 4 C j > W 3 < TH1lTt W It mSTABJRmAY MAYpO J 7 T i n tT d 1 1 4 i btJutt fQfi > PSjyHi r Seattle Ja te Eea1 Start ef if r1fi W > a t f > wlia If e I 4 1 fT 1 T r SpielFCorresoedencel tenC y Seattle May 21 Dispatches in the newspapers announce 4 that steamers galling from eastern United States ports to Europe are crowded well nigh to the point where passengers must sleep up ntflirp ti n1 dose Americans who have never been in this glorious northwest know not what they miss of grandeur of scenery and of a life the like of which can be found nowhere else on the globe 1 sIt here fo trie window of my room in a small hotel overlooking Pu get sound Off to my right northward are the mountains the Olympic range snowcapped and glittering like the doipesgot theCelestial City Winter I and summer ro + the left ° sixty miles away rises Mount Rainier dazzling I white in clear weather distinctly visi I ble Since the Alaskan gold discoveries the population of Seattle has doubled I...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 30 May 1902

r 4 < THE FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY MAY 30 1K902 I n 7 1 > I THEE FLORID STAR Eafc red at tke potteAce at Titusville as iMeicia i sail matter hula B WMt r JEditaf and Publisher PUBLISH DiVEKY MORNING SUBSCRIPTION 1M PER ANNUM 78 CXKTS TOR SOL MONTHS t It tacit ta clearly understood that neither Tina STAB nor its editor ta reaponaible for pinions expr Med by correspondents Subscribers will confer a favor on THE STAR if they will notify HS of any failure to receive their paper Communications on live topics especially of local Interest are solicited Bnt the editor reserves the right to condense them to suit Brief items of neighborhood news always desired More Money For Better Sehools The Florida School Exponent in a somewhat lengthy article fav ors the repeal of the five mill school tax and the substitution therefor of a maximum limit of eight mills This it is urged would enable the average school term to be length ened to seven or eight months give good school houses and ena i ble us ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 30 May 1902

Ij THE FLORIDA STAB = FBIDAY MAY 30 1902 5 ft mm mm t r JPrograHuiae of C raau Bles to Be Otoferved k laThe lAIadoa F The service in Westminster abbey on coronation day June 26 is set down to begin promptly at 11 oclock in the fore noon writes the London correspond ent of the New York Times Presuma bly the king and queen with their suit will depart In state from Buckingham palace about 1015 proceeding through the Mall across the parade of the horse guards through the archway and dooryard of the historic headquar ters of the commander in chief of the army Into Whitehall and thence west ward by way of Parliament street and the broad sanctuary to the western en trance of the abbeyXvhere Wrens tow ers rise and where they are now build ing a huge pavilion of framework and staff to be wade to harmonize in color with the old stone of the abbey walls Through this pavilion Edward VII with Queen Alexandra and their party will proceed by the broad aisle of the nave to the sanctuary in the abbe...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 30 May 1902

I iI 1 I l 11 l r B Aif > u ffTEr Hi1JL01lrIDASTAR rRlpL J r V 3 rol9D2 w L TJEtS8tLEILLPL i Menacing Cresceat Volcanic Islands In If Lf the Caribbee Spewal Correspondence of The Florida Star FortdeFrance Martinique May o ib Now that something of the debris and wreckage caused by the eruption JZ of Mont Pelee has been cleared away and the work of relieving the distress of the survivors has been well begun attention la directed toward the scien tific study of the volcanic formation composing the menacing crescent of the Lesser Antllfes of which Marti t wxrmw w = ewatlrontrS 4T0W4 t iMaTUUtlff cUIID CN 8 tI mid riCA P to t tT1 I 4 StWciA Y rM M 0 nvKtcr I MPtMT 111 < t J uWIM fI I ce MARAItTM iN IJif Waa VOLCANIO CRESCENT OF ANTILLES The islands In black are all of volcanic origin and any one of the group may re peat the catastrophes that have overtak en Martinique and St Vincent nlque is the zenith It Is however yet too early to make thorough investiga tions on this island as i...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 30 May 1902

0 < rHz FLORIDA STAB FRIDAY MAY 30 1902 7 WESf ffiDIAl CRRIBS Description of a Race Wiped Out In St L Vincent 5 In a book called The Storied West Indies written by Frederick A Ober and published by D Appleton Co there appears descriptions of the Ca ribs the last survivors of which race in St Vincent island have been wiped out of existence by the recent volcanic eruptions In the last Decade of the fifteenth century says the author the area occupied or controlled by the Caribs in the West Indies extended roughly speaking from 10 degrees to 20 degrees north latitude or from Trinidad to Hispaniola Their original home was probably in the northern part of South America from the Amazon to Venezue la Caribs being still found in a state of savagery in the Guianas The Span iards have left but scant material for an estimate of these people but prefer ably from a quaint book called the History of the Caribby Islands pub lished In England more than 200 years ago we may learn much of their ap ...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 30 May 1902

l 8 r v THE FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY HAY 30 1902 i COCOA BUSINESS DIRECTORY WITILIAK HINDLE Uadtrtuker andEm balmer Bicycles and Sewing Machine sup plies Tinuing and Pipe Fitting Repairing of Every Description Agent for BeVerid Steam Cooker FRANK LIPP Practical Shoemaker Forty years experience all kind of repairing done nice and cheap also ladies and mens shoes made to order GO TO J M SANDERS The Old Reliable Store for good fresh and reliable Roods such as Dry Goods Saddlery Crockery Hats Trunks and a full line of Groceries I JARVIS HOUSE Open all the year round Pleasant location facing the river on river front Rates x 200 per day special terms by j month I the week or L I MELBOURNE BUSINESS DIRECTORY MELBOURNE STATE BANK MELBOURNE FLAF H Fee president C M Horton cashier Every courtesy extended consist ent with conservative banking ECZEMA REMEDY DANVILLE PA Jan 7th 1902 The Hancock Liquid Sulphur Co Balti more Md Gentlemen I have had at asrjrravated case of eczema for over twentyfive yea...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 6 June 1902

THE FLORIDA STAR fL < Not roic Oquseltfes Sloqe Bqt poi ft6 good of O eus Also VOL XXIII TITUSVILLE FLA FRIDAY JUNE G 1902 NO7 C CURRENT lOCAL lACONIC8 Brief Mention of What Is Going On In and About Titusville Send watches for repairs to WM Wood ward DeLand Fla Work guaranteed Chance of a lifetime See ad of G F Paddison on page S Miss Aleph Mims arrived home from I Fort Pierce Sunday afternoon where she has been teaching in the public I school Miss Jessie Dowling returned to her home in Live Oak Tuesday after spend ing about a month here with the Misses Brady John Thompson the one man show played to a well filled house last Friday night and his variety entertainment was well received Mr W S Branning is speeding the thoroughfares of our town upon a feather weight Rambler bicycle that arrived this week with which he is well pleased Doctor Dodson has removed his dental I oflice again to his residence on Palm I street just south of the courthouse where he will be pleased to receive h...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 6 June 1902

I t 2 THE FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY JUNE 6 1902 GENERAL DIRECTORY SOCIETIES ETC TITUSVILLE BOARD OF TKADEa M Bobbins presidentJ M Dixon treasurer G Bast secretary Meets second Wednes day night in each month at their rooms F AMIndian River lodge No 90 holds its meetings the second and fourth Friday evenings of each month at the court house J R Walker W M F A Morgan Secy TOWN DIRECTORY TOWS OFFICERS M Dixon mayor B E Mims Jr marshal and tax collector Gregers A Frost clerk and treasurer John Henry assessor Jno R Walker G F Du ren J L Carruthers F A Morgan S G Vanlaudingham councilmen The coun cil meets first Tuesday in each month ORDER OF EASTERN STAB Friendship Chapter No 11 holds meetings first Tues day in each month at 330 p m and third Tuesday in each month at 730 p m in Masonic Lodge room Mrs G M Robbins worthy matron Mra M A Scrimgeour sec retary t COUNTY DIRECTORY COUNTY OFFICERSA D Penney Titus I ville county judge Jns Andrews Titus vllle prosecuting attorney A A Stewart Titusville c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 6 June 1902

THE FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY JUNE 6 1902 8 I SHE fORD BROTHERS I Stories of Paul the Author and Malcolm > x the Athlete A boyhood friend of the late Malcolm Ford the well known athlete and the late Paul Ford the novelist and writer on historical subjects who watched them grow up together in Brooklyn told the following story of their early days to a New York Tribune reporter the other night Gordon Ford the father of the boys was a stern tall well built Scotchman with almost a passion for buying books He lived on Brooklyn Heights in a big house that had a library about sixty feet square I remember the old man and Paul on account of their coming to the Brooklyn postotlice together 1 worked in the postoliice Malcolm was a strong handsome looking boy at this time and his Lather was imbittered to ward him because he Malcolm would not obey him Malcolm attended the Young Mens Christian association and believed in the idea of lirst a strong body and then a strong mind with both growing up toge...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 6 June 1902

I 4 S THE FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY JUNE 6 1902 I THE FLORIDA STAR Entered at the postoffice at Titusville as lecondclass mail matter Hills H Wager Editor and Publisher PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING SUBSCRIPTION S15O PER ANNUM 76 CENTS FOR SIX MONTHS IdTertislnic Rate Furnished on Application It must be clearly understood that neither THE STAR nor ita editor is responsible for opinions expressed by correspondents Subscribers will confer a favor on THE STAB if they will notify us of any failure to receive their paper Communications on live topics especially of local interest are solicited But the editor reserves the right to condense them to suit Brief items of neighborhood news always desired A Plea For Unity While THE STAR has openly ex pressed its preference for an open primary and feels that the state committee acted very unwisely in trying to force the county commit tees to adopt the close primary when they might better have left the subject in a manner so that the county committees ...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 6 June 1902

4 t THE FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY JUNE 6 1902 5 r COUNTY COMMISSIONERS MEETING Official Account of Their Proceedings In I Session This Week Meeting called to order by the chair man Present J R Valker chairman J R Miot R A Conkling J C Jones and Jf Bell A A Stewart clerk and J N Walker deputy sheriff Minutes were read and approved Upon motion the comptroller is re quested to allow the lands known as the Florida Southern F Q Brown and F Q Brown trustee to be redeemed from all tax sales including all subsequent omitted taxes of which tHe certificates are now held by the state upon payment of six thousand dollars and all redemption fees provided the said payment is made before the July meeting of this board in 1902 in order that all of said lands may be assessed for this year Petition of citizens of Titusville and vi cinity asking that the fish and game warden be withdrawn from the waters of Mosquito lagoon was read and filed the board is of the opinion that they have nothing to do with the m...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 6 June 1902

< I I 6 THE FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY JUNE 6 1902 r m CONGRESSIOMILYRI8 I Thought He Might Want to Be Secretary of State Special Correspondence of The Florida Star I Washington June Representative Alexander of the Thirtythird New York district went over to the White House the other day to call the atten tion of President Roosevelt to the mer its of Adam Rinewalt of Buffalo as a candidate for the consulship at Fort Erie Ont just across the Niagara riv er from Buffalo The congressman had a r WHAT DOES THIS MAX WANT ibis arms full of petitigns indorsements find recommendations in behalf of his constituent What does this man want asked the president looking at the great mass of documents He wants to be consul at Fort Erie replied Mr Alexander Is that all said the president ap parently much relieved hI didnt know but that he was after the secretary fillip of stato A good story is told on himself by Representative Littleileld of Maine in connection with his lust A campaign for election Had H...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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