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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 27 June 1902

t THE FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY JUNE 27 1902 S AS HEIRDIN THE CORRIDORS laughable Little Iiullcents That Happened in the National Capital Special correspondence of The Florida Star Washington June 24 Representa tive Dave Mercer of Nebraska caused something near a general stampede from the floor of the house during Its session the other afternoon He had just been in telephonic communication with the White House and had re ceived certain information which w I SIZE CRUSH AT TIlE TXhCKltAlU OFFICE HAD BECOME GliEAT pleased him greatly and which he knew would relieve the anxiety of a large number of colleagues With beaming countenance he pushed his way through the mahogany doors at the central entrance of the house The omnibus bill has been signed he whispered quietly to a member who sat near the main aisle The member to whom the pleasing news was im parted smiled blainly hopped out of his chair and rushed toward the tele graph otlice The Nebraskan kept on down the lines distributing his messa...

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. — 27 June 1902

I t 4 THE FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY JUNE 27 1902 t THE FLORIDA STAR Entered at the postoffi at Titusville as secondclass mail matter Ellis B Wager Editor and Publisher PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING SUBSCRIPTION 9150 PER ANNUM 75 CENTS FOR SIX MONTHS Advertising Raton Furnished on Application It must he clearly understood that neither THE STAB nor its editor is responsible for opinions expressed by correspondents Communications on live topics especially of local interest are solicited But the editor reserves the right to condense them to suit i Brief items of neighborhood news always I desired Senator Quays mastery of Penn sylvanias politics has been mani fested once again in his control of the Republican convention which met at Harrisburg on June 11th in the nomination of his cousin Judge Pennypacker for governor and the consequent defeat of At torneyGeneral Elkin and in his own election to be state chairman The war department has received information to the effect that the Apaches of Ar...

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. — 27 June 1902

y 1 THE FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY JUNE 27 1902 5 REPORT Of SCHOOl TRUSTEE A Moet Excellent Showing Made For the Past Scholastic Year We as trustees met in Titusville on the second instant to prepare annual itemized estimate of appropriations cover ing special school tax districts Nos 1 and 2 Business sickness and absence pre vented attendance of the remaining three trustees An opportunity was given us to observe the method of work of the school board and the result obtained Being so favor ably impressed ourselves we believe that a report of our observations will be of interest to the taxpayers and citizens at large From the financial statement attached it will be seen that the indebtedness of over 5000 at the beginning of their ad ministration has been reduced by the board to less than MOO This will seem all the more remarkable when it is known that an almost entirely new supply of books has been purchased for the schools for unusual amount 3000 expended 1 for new buildings repairs and fu...

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. — 27 June 1902

6 THE FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY JUNE 27 1902 CORONIII0N TOKENS Loyal BrJtl her Wearing American Made Souvenirs Special Correspondence of The Florida Star London June 16Wlth the return to America of the thousands of visitors to the coronation ceremonies it Is cer tain that the United States will re ceive a full qtiota of the many and va ried souvenirs that have been pre pared for the occasion The situation will have a humorous aspect owing to the fact that of the flags buttons spoons medals etc that the American L I SOUVENIR CORONATION SPOON visitors will bear home with them a goodly proportion has been manufac tured in the very country to which they will be returned as curios How this state of affairs has come about is an interesting story American firms are in a position to turn out beautiful well finished arti cles in the souvenir line at a rate that baffles competition by their European rivals For some tim British patriot ism hung in the balance with commer cial instinct but when it wa...

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. — 27 June 1902

rHE FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY JUNE 27 1902 7 I HOW THE BOERS fOUGHT Story of Their Struggle For Freedom Told l > > Michael Dnvitt Special Correspondence New York June 4A most notable and timely contribution to current lit erature is The Boer Fight For Free dom by Michael Davitt the Irish Na tionalist who resigned his seat in the house of commons as a protest against the war which has just been conclud ed Mr Davitts book makes an impos ing volume of over GOO pages and it follows events in South Africa up to the beginning of the peace negotia tions It is substantially hound well illustrated and comes from the press of Funk Wagnalls Of course Mr Davitt writes as a Boer sympathizer lie loses no oppor tunity for denouncing British methods of warfare ov of making the most of Boer victories In spite of this parti san coloring the book is a valuable ad dition to war history as it is the first authentic work written from the Boer standpoint and by one who was on the spot Davitts story of the...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 27 June 1902

8 THE FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY JUNE 27 1902 c COCOA BUSINESS DIRECTORY WILLIAM HINDLE Undertaker and Em balmer Bicycles and Sewing Machine sup plies Tirining and Pipe Fitting Repairing of Every Description Agent Beveridge Steam Cooker FRANK LIPPPractical 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 goods such as Dry Goods Saddlery Crockery Hats Trunks and a full line of Groceries JARVIS HOUSEOpen all the year round Pleasant location facing the river on river front Rates 200 per day special terms by the week or month INDIAN RIVER RIPPLES Paragraphs Personal and Newsy Briefs at Towns Along the Coast COCOA Mr and Mrs Winslow Bisbee of Lo I tus left Wednesday for New York city Mrs Trafford was very ill on last Fri day Mr Lock wood of St Augustine is in Cocoa Mr Walker of Lotus was in Cocoa on Tuesday Mr Arthur Lapham has returned from Daytona The infant ...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 4 July 1902

y t t r THE FLORIDA STAR l Tot fo Oqtfseltfes Sloqe Bvjt fo tale Good of Otl1 s Also VOL XXIII TITUSVILLE FLA FRIDAY JULY 4 1902 NO 11 CURRENT LOCAL lAGONIC8 Brief Mention of What Is Going On In and About Titusville Mr Wade H Jones left Wednesday I for points down the river Send watches for repairs to WM Wood iI ward DeLand Fla Work guaranteed I Our specialtiesNew novelties watch I and jewelery repairing diamonds etc Whalers jewelry store Miss Ida Lourcey of New Smyrna ar rived here last week on a visit to her friend Miss Julia Fulton I Mrs M S Jones Jr of Quay and little son Minor are on a visit to Mrs I Jones sister Mrs J P Brown Mrs John C Jones and baby arrived a few days ago to spend a week or so with her parents Mr and Mrs E V Hall Miss Jeanette Wilson expects to leave next week for Connecticut on a visit to her brothers Trez and Leor who live in Derby Miss Aleph Mims expects to leave next Monday for Winchester Tennessee to spend the summer with her friend Miss Bessie Grisard ...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 4 July 1902

1 J < 1 r 1u Z rr1 VVp 1 tit et r f > t C to 4 1 = 2 THE FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY JULY 4 190 i r t J GENERAL DIRECTORY > b It SOCIETIXBXTC L I f Et t 9 J TTTUSVILLE BOARD OF TRADE M 1 t v Bobbins president M Dixon treasurer t t G Bast secretary Meets second Wednes F day night in each month at their rooms F P dl AMIndian River lodge No 90 holds r J ita meetings the second and fourth Friday tt < evenings of each month at the court house I i t r J R Walker WM F A Morgan Secy i i fo TOWN DIRECTORY < I t TOWN OFFICERS M Dixon mayor E E Minis Jr marshal and tax collector I i t Gregers A Frost clerk and treasurer John l A f r Henry assessor Jno B Walker G F Du ren J L Carrnthers F A Morgan S G 3 Yanlandingham councilmen The coun i cil meets first Tuesday in each month ORDER OF EASTERN STAR Fiiendship r f Chapter No 11 holds meetings first Tues r day in each month at 330 p m and third t Tuesday in each month at 730 p m in it ft Masonic Lodge room Mrs G M Bobbins 1 worthy matron Mr...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 4 July 1902

M I t t 4 C 1 it M J I T I = Y 1r THE FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY JULY 41902 3 r w 4 + yH f F jQ7i HOME J r LIFE I The happiness of home life depends t largely on the health of the wife and L mother When her strength is unequal to the daily cares and duties of home the evening hour finds her utterly worn out too tired to talk too weary to read At first even she is glad to have her husband go out for the evening She wants rest and quiet at any price And so the foundation for marital misery is often laid in illhealth l But when the housewife is healthy and strong she finds in her days duties only a sufficient outlet for her energy She looks forward all day to the evening hour spent with her husband over a bqok or passed in quiet conversation And every evening so spent draws the wife nearer to the husband and knits together the twain who are tone flesh I in the higher unity of one mind t Every woman should know that the general health depends on the local womanly health Irregularity weaken ing...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 4 July 1902

BfW 1 > Ar r f n t i i1 t 1 f r W r f I I s f r u 1 t x > 4 THE FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY JULY 4 1902 J Ill 1 1 THE FLORIDA STAR I r Entered at the postofiee atTitasvilU as iecond class mail matter I Enl B wager editor and Publisher PUBLISHED Y FRIDAY MORNING s SUBSCRIPTION S15G PER ANNUM fi w 75 CENTS FOK SIX MONTHS Subscribers will confer a favor on THE STAR if they will notify us of any failure to receive their paper It most be clearly understood that neither Iw r THE STAB nor its editor is responsible for f opinions expressed by correspondents 1 Communications on live topics especially of local interest are solicited But the editor ire them to suit reserves the right to condense Brief items of neighborhood news always desired 1 V The Filipinos will have a procla mation of amnesty read to them today theFourth of July but the reading of the Declaration of Inde t pendence there is still barred f An exchange makes the sugges t tion that the Fourth of July am t nesty for the Filipino...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 4 July 1902

I t 4 f t F 1 i 4 S j I 4P r ft J J THE FLORIDA STAB FRIDAY JULY 4 1902 5 li OffiCIAL PRIMARY TICKETs s List Candidates For Democratic Voters In the Coming Primary The working committee of the Brevard County Democratic Executive committee met at the office of the chairman in Cocoa Fla on the 25th Jure 1902 and prepared the following ticket For IT S Senatoi Stephen R Mallory For Congressman 2nd rictRobert W Davis For Justice of the Supreme Court Wil liam A Hocker Joseph B Wall For Secretary of StateH Clay Craw ford For ComptrollerA C Croom I J McCall For Railroad CommissionerJefferson B Browne R Hudson Burr Henry E Day John G Ward J N Whitner For Member house of Representatives Wade H Jones W H McFarland I For Tax AssessorJ F Wooten R B Stewart For Tax CollectorE W Hull P A I McMillan For County TreasurerJohn II Wynn John Henry For Prosecuting Attorney J Webb D F Gaulden G A Frost For Fish and Game ardenT A Robinson R A liardee E C Summer lin For County CommissIOners1st dis trict Joh...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 4 July 1902

OS U r rt r E i fi r d i fr Y ° 1 l i r r r t ° IO s r k r n I ls A N Y er t p yl R9r util 3 r Ai 1t J z rJ 1o lff > 1 l4 11 > Iti rim i P > aI1ifi r < tIft X q rd 1 seta it < f f t < 40 1 t < J j j i 1 T 1 p f J j 11 r 6 THE FLORID STAB FRIDAY JULY 4 1902 i I t r by SOY r Y r r Wi K T M + M I Old World Soldiers 41 t S And July Fourth S t rM ff ps By JONATHAN JOYCE e + I 0 M Copyright 1902 by American Press Association l f r roc ti oL o o Yo o o o ot o Yo I ricr M M M gar M I VE of the brilliant soldiers of FIVE old world who drew their t swords to battle for American Independence especially deserve to be remembered on the Fourth of k r 3 July Two of the number were French kL L men Lafayette and Rochambeau two Poles Kosclusko and Pulaski and one I F r Steuben a German of the Germans r Lafayette young impulsive and brave is perhaps the hero of them all Inn r romantic sense lie captivated the American fancy by his noble bearing I t and his unshrinking devotion S t...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 4 July 1902

M t o r l1 pr t < < r B + w t I IT f 7 c + t 4 I THE FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY JULY 4 1902 7 f c O 1 i T I LIBERTYS i S Great Day and ri M Its Celebration I E o By EDWARD DOUGLAS W BILE we are engaged In the WHILE of the bashful dollar Independence day stands Just now beckoning to us with open hands to lay aside the Imple ments of toll and join with her In cele brating the nations birthday She beckons to us with open hands because she Is not absolutely certain whether she will hale any hands to beckon with after July 4 or not That Is one great thing about the glorious Fourth I When a man begins dodging skyrock ets and cannon crackers he does not know whether he Is going to fight fire only a few hours or if that kind of ex ercise is to continue through eternity or even longer It Is meet however that annually we should take cannon firecrackers and our lives In our hands and help in doing more or less thunderous honor to the brave mflrtals who have died 4 for their country There are ma...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 4 July 1902

A r < 7 I If i T II I e 0 E L t I + r f I j A 1 8 THE FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY JULY 4 1902 r w J s OOCOA BUSINESS DIRECTORY t j A WILLIAM HINDLE Undertaker and Em Kilmer Bicycles and Sewing Machine sup e plies + Tinning and Pipe Fitting Repairing 1 of Every Description Agent Beveridge Steam Cooker to E2JLNK LIPPPractical Shoemaker Forty years experience all kind of repairing done nice and cheap also ladies and mens shoes made to order p v GO TO J M SANDERS The Old Reliable t Store for good fresh and reliable Roods such as Dry Goods Saddlery Crockery J Hata Trunks and a full line of Groceries TIRVTS HOUSE Open all the year round < Pleasant ocation facing the river on river t Front Rates 200 per day special terms by the week ov month f w d itiM SP INDIAN RIVfR RiPPLES t t ic5e TtJnp11 Personal and Newsy Briefs at Towns Along the Coast COCOA Ttfra Green of Lotus was in town yes s terday E f 4 Mrs Breese will leave for the north r next week weekEverybodyho Everybody who can will jjo to...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 11 July 1902

fc v JHJ v IP i J t 7 iI t p t aF P 4 THE FLORIDA STAR 1 1 Not fo Oq1fselves Al emo tile Qood of Ofte s Also f VOL xxm TITUSVILLE FLA FRIDAY JULY 11 1902 NO 12 I t PI CURR NT lO ftllA OHI S f 7 I is Brief mention of What ID Going On In I and About Titusville j Mr W C Rawlinson of Ankona is in town today Send watches for repairs to WM Wood ward leLand Fla Work guaranteed Our specialties New novelties watch and jewelery repairing diamonds etc Whalers jewelry store r Capt and Mrs Orlando A Quarter man returned from their visit to Jensen 1k and Jupiter last Friday Mr Thos H Sanders and one of the Messrs LnRoche Bros of Indianola left Tuesday for Asheville N C to spend the heated term r Mrs Deisner returned from Jackson ville Thursday afternoon of last week L and her son August is home for a while r to recuperate his health Archdeacon B F Brown will hold di vine services in St Gabriels church Ti tusville Sunday morning and evening at the usual hours for service f Division Superintendent ...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 11 July 1902

t DJn W P t t f J i 1 drE r JI f T f r 0 > H P r 1 R I 4 f Jj 1 1 J i 2 THE FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY JUl 190f r r t a JNERAI DIRECTORY SOCIETIES ETC TITUSVILLE BOARD OF TRADEG M f Bobbins president M Dixon treasurer G Bast secretary Meets second Wednes i tl t day night in each month at their rooms r F 4k AMIndian River lodge No 90 holds i i its meetings the second and fourth Friday t evenings of each month at the court house r f J R Walker W M F A Morgan Secy 1 TOWN DIRECTORY G tr TOWN OFFICERS M Dixon mayor rt E E Mims Jr marshal and tax collector t Gregers A Frost clerk and treasurer John 4 Henry assessor Jno Walker G F Du pi ron J L Carruthers F A Morgan S G Vanlandingham councilmen The coun 4 cil meets first Tuesday in each month r r ORDER OF EASTERN STAR Friendship Chapter No 11 holds meetings first Tues r day in each month at 330 pm and third Tuesday in each month at 730 p m in Masonic Lodge room Mrs G M Robbins worthy matron Mrs M AScrimgcour sec rotary f iIj COUNTY DInt Cl01ty...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 11 July 1902

f i L v it t 4 j < f ii F I f 4 I 4 THE FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY JULY It 1902 3 1 a Ghosts I AuFtrian Professor Seen by t i t saw t Spirit of i P C JL acieatis a V j ms Mother I I Professor Karl von Thaler an Aus trian scientist is a believer in ghosts p lIe claims lie has seen the spirit of his mother twelve times and recounts in stances of others who have also seen p the shades of the departed ft In conversation a short time ago Pro fessor Tlmler said Dont ridicule the 1 man or woman who claims to have seen ghosts for while there may be no i tL ghosts one may see ghosts I have seen I them myself The professor contin ued r a Ten years ago my mother died We had loved each other dearly friends called us the inopfraMos So fond I of me was she that when 1 went to I I a college she broke up her home to fol I A WOMAN SAT AT THE FOOT OF THE BED low me to the big city keep house for me care for me and assist me in my studies Of course when I grew to mans es tate my professional duties caused...

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. — 11 July 1902

a z t + 1 l t i 11 4 THE FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY JULY 111002 u THE FLORIDA STAR r Entered at the postoffice atTitusville as ITir econdclass mail matter Ellis It Wager Editor and Publisher t h f PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING Jtl SUBSCKJPCTON S15O PER ANNUM 75 CENTS FOR SIX MONTHS IdvertlsiBK Kate Furnished on I i I Application I Subscribers will confer a favor on THE tf 8TAE if they will notify us of any failure to k fir receive their paper r ft must be clearly understood that neither I THE STAB nor its editor is responsible for opinions expressed by correspondents f I Communications on live topics especially i of local interest are solicited But the tditor reserves the right to condense them to suit i Brief items of neighborhood news always F t desired a f ti 1 The Coming Country Life f 11 The statistics population of the i census of 1900 show that the cities rural are growing faster than the districts The statistics of agricul f r ture of the same census now being k published in bulle...

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. — 11 July 1902

t Rf tfV f J pw rf J > 4 J v I T VW 4 jo t S 4 r i J t THE FLORIDA STAB FRIDAY Y JULY 11 1902 i I i m L I ft MI8IAKN 10110N Brevard County Court Notthe Expense It i Ie Claimed to Be Editor of The Florida Star For some years past we have heard cer tain individuals inveighing against the county court because of the supposed costs to the county maintaining it We are not prepared to speak for other counties where the county court is estab lished but we can speak for Brevard in facts and figures and respectfully refer all inquirers after the truth to the county r records where the figures appended be low are to be found Commencing the 30th day of June 1901 and coming down to the 30th of June 1002 we find the total cost of main taining the county court for one year to be 2339 Bear in mind that this cost embraces everything that can be charged up to the county court From the records we also find that there were 87611 paid into said court in the way of fines and forfeits which de ducted ...

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. — 11 July 1902

V l ivP F fs TTV r < 1n SJT1 U7 r 4 a w v > f F I 11 ti d Q t It t 7 t f q J > t < j < r 1 > > 1 if I r t I 6 THEFLORIDA STAR FRIDAY JULY 11 1902 L J Sved 1 Girl Warned 1 i That Lover By a f Was 1 J I Treed by f iDreaun Wolves s y 1 Henry Pope owes his life to a dream of his sweetheart Nadine Delane A I ew nights ago Miss Delane dreamed hat her sweetheart Henry Pope was kn L in great danger and she at once got out of bed and went to his rescue She tj rode straight to the spot where she had A seen Henry in her dream and she was t Somewhat surprised to discover that i t she had arrived none too soon to be of 4 service to the young man whose peril Fag even greater than she had antici pated I This strange affair happened in Ma t son county Tex about ton miles west t pf Castelle Miss Delane is the only daughter of a well known rancher on the Llano river and Mr Pope is a farmer and raises cattle III the same 4 neighborhood The young man has been a visitor at the house...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
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