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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 1 August 1902

r J4U wrwc F r r J t 4 0 y I THE FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY AUGUST 1 1902 3 x 1L A RACE FOR ROOSEVELT Cowooys to Ride 600 Miles to Welcome the President Ji t WILD DASH OVER THE PRAIRIES f Hounted on Droneho Former Rough Hitler Who Fought nt San Juan t Will Race From Deadwood to Oma ha to Greet Their Old Leader win ner to Receive 1000 When President Roosevelt visits the west this fall he will be met in Oma ha Neb by a big delegation of former rough riders who stormed the heights of San Juan hill with him and who will come from all over the plains and mountains of North and South Dnk ta r omlng and Montana writes a cor respondent of the St Louis TostDis patch They will not go to Omaha in Pullmans either but will make a wild dash over the prairies from Deadwood S D COO miles away on their stout little bronchost In addition to welcom ing his old friend and leader the win ner of the race will receive fifty twen ty dollar goldpioces 1000 There will i also be a five hundred dollar cash prize and ...

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. — 1 August 1902

f 1nJ I oIi f FIAJ 1 f > I K 1 to 1 L < I V r l + 7 o 4 q r I Lt r i r Jjif rr rcl 1 > tJ 0 1 r IfJ > I r t t w t I 1 4 THE FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY AUGUST 1 902 p THE FLORIDA STAR Entered at the postoffice at Titusville as ti secondclass mail matter x r Kilts It Wager Editor and Publisher PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING SUBSCRIPTION 150 PER ANNUM i 75 CENTS FOB SIX MONTHS tdvertltlnfc Rate Furnished on Application Subscribe will confer a favor on THE STAR if they will notify us of any failure to receive their paper It must be 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 1 Brief items of neighborhood news always r desired Some of the friends of Hon H E Day candidate for railroad com missioner have suggested that in T stead of the state executive com G mittee ordering the second pri...

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. — 1 August 1902

tayT f r it THE FLORIDA STiR FRIDAY AUGUST 1 1902 5 S A LESSON fROM THE 1RIMIRY How the Qualified Voters Staid Away From the Late Election From The TimesUnion and Citizen t In round numbers there are 80000 whites in Florida of voting age Of these probably 20000 are Republicans unnat uralized foreigners or men who have come into the state too recently to qualify for voting Of the 60000 Democrats of vot ing age who remain after deducting these classes disqualified from participating in the recent primaries a little more than 50000 qualified Of this number slightly more than 30000 votedabout three fifths of those who were entitled to vote xt 4 Twofifths of the qualified voters did not care enough about the primary to go to the palls Perhaps this is not entirely fair In referring to the total vote we use for purpose of comparison the highest vote cast for candidates for a state office In Duval county the vote cast for candi date for the state senate amounted to I nearly 25 per cent more...

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. — 1 August 1902

s f r i b r i < Ji 0 r 6 THE FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY AUGUST IJ 1QV > BIG 0 FAIR FOR WOMEN b Features of an Exhibition to Be Held In New York EMPLOYEES ALL OF THE PAIR SEX e I Exhibit From All Parts of the World Will Be Seen at Madlaon Square GardenStreet of Nations to Circle Arena and Venice Street to Occupy the Basement Theres feminine finger in every pie and the Womans exhibition will prove tnMrs Sara Knowles Presi f dent Professional Womans League Director General The pies the thing In America and the Womans exhibition proposes tq 1 convert the world to this cult1rs Gertrude Andrews Oflicial Pieinaker Woman in all her phases with a multiplicity of activities to indicate her past and future possibilities will be the dally living picture at the Madison r Square Garden in New York during l the two weeks Oct 0 to IS while the Womans exhibition holds the boards a says the New York World From east and west north and south whether as almond eyed daughter of Asia or dark haired Mexican...

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. — 1 August 1902

< F Z 1If l r 1 t r Mi PHE FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY AUGUST It 1902 U 7 t THE PISSING OF NOVELS I t a A Remarkable Prophecy bjr Jules Verne I I NEW SP APERB TO SUPPLANT FIOTION Popular Author Think That the Day of Novel in All but Ended Psychology of the World He i ClainiM Will Be Crystallized In the Modern Dally Paper I had not M Jules Vernes address when I arrived at Amiens station but I soon found teat It was quite un necessary for everybody knew u M s Jules as his fellow townsmen call the veteran author writes a corre spondent of the London Mail 1 found A him at his club and it will Interest t English admirers of the man to know that in appearance he is exactly what t the author of his books should be Of middle height white haired and ruddy faced Jules Verne looks like a i sea captain who Is spending the au ft tumn of a well tilled life on shore Al though seventyfour years old suffer f ing from cataract and lame in one leg he was shot in the foot by a mad r < man some years ago ...

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. — 1 August 1902

f 1 f LF r i + t M t o h Ii I 0 g THE FLORIDA SPAR FRIDAY AUGUST 1 19C2 COCOA BUSINESS DIRECTORY WILLIAM HINDLEUndertaker and Em balmer Bicycles and Sewing Machine sup plies Tinning and Pipe Fitting Repairing t1 of Every Description Agent for Beveridge Steam Cooker FRANK LIPP Practical Shoemaker Forty j years experience all kind of repairing done nice and cheap also ladies and mens i shoes made to order GO TO J M SANDERS Tho Old Reliable t I Store for good fresh and reliable goods such as Dry Goods Saddlery Crockery Hats Trunks and a full line of Groceries I 1 i I JARVIS HOUSE Open all the year round I I Pleasant ocatiou facing the river on river i front Rates 200 per day special terms by the week or month t INDIRN RIYfR RIPPlES Personal and Newsy Uric fa i tarar alh8 at Towns Along the Coast a COCOA i Mr George McJunkin and family have lea this part of the river for Miami and expect to make that place their perma nent home in + Our old time citizen Col J P Seize was taken with a vi...

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. — 8 August 1902

4 at S f r S SF 4 e 1 G J 3 ti 1 + t i c r 0 S 5 I 4 S e i FLORIDA STAR s j f Not fo OqseH > es Aloqe 1311t f ° te Qood of Otl1e s Slso e LXXHITtT VILLE FLA FRIDAY AUGUST 8 1902 NO 10 Y URRtNI lO ftl lA ONI 8 Brief Mention of What Is Going On In L and About TltuBvIlle Mr W M Brown was up from Miami I or Tuesday 1 Send watches for repairs to WM Wood ward DeLand Fla Work guaranteed Mr Frank H Webber arrived home I the first of the week from Waycross on I account of sickness I c Mrs F A Lesley returned home Tues day from a short visit to her friend Mrs W F Jibb at Daytona ff r Mr L S Scroble traveling freight agent for the Clyde people was in town Wednesday and yesterday I Mr S W Moody spent from Saturday until Tuesday at Sea Breeze and Daytona t stopping at the Clarendon Inn t 1 Mr and Mrs A K Wilson paid a visit yY w to Sea Breeze and Daytona Saturday re turning home Monday afternoon Messrs J T Feaster Co have closed their fish house for the time being ex pecting to operate again ...

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. — 8 August 1902

1 J J lf S t TN t > fcT I i r 2 THE FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY AUGUST 8 1902 c GENERAL DIRECTORY I SOCIETIES ETC TITUSVILLE BOARD OF TRADE G M Bobbins president M Dixon treasurer G Bast secretary Meets second Wednes i day night in each month at their rooms F AMIndian River lodge No 90 holds = s its meetings the second and fourth Friday evenings of each month at thc court house y J Walker W M F A Morgan Secy TOWN DIRECTORY TOWN OFFICERSJ M Dixon mayor R E Mims Jr marshal and tax collector Gregers A Frost clerk and treasurer John Henry assessor Jno Walker G F Du ren J L Carruthers F A Morgan S G L Vanlandingham councilmen The coun cil meets first Tuesday in each month ORDER OF EASTERN STAR Fiiendshii Chapter No 11 holds meetings first Tues day in each mouth at 330 p mo and third Tuesday in each month at 730 p m in Masonic Lodge room Mrs G M Robbins a worthy matron Mrs M A Scrimgeotir sec retary COUNTY DIRECTORY COUNTY OFFICERS D Penney Titus ville county judge Jas Andrews Titus wille pros...

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. — 8 August 1902

y i IS f VJ r r 4 ti l r a f + t r if 0 c 0 r r Lr LiL THE FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY AUGUST 8 1902 3 t 1 NEW STORIES OF JOHi W r 1 C HftOY l o tar iil dtltl r tide 1 Side Lights on the Great Finan ciers Character I INCIDENTS OF HIS KINDLINESS f k JIoiv lie Pleaded With President k McKinley In Behalf of an Officer + In the Anierienu Army The Joke i He Played on General Grant His t Generosity to an Impeennlona t + Friend r i When a good man dies he begins to live o With the death of John TV 0 Mackay comes a flood of light on his a character says the New York Ilerald His countless benefactions the many 1 people ho cheered in dark hours the I unfortunate ones he set on their feet r and made happy will be heard from in the future and his good deeds told and I i retold as the years roll by I Mi Mackay began life in New York r a poor boy became a ship carpenter sailed for California in a vessel he had helped to build turned miner there and after years of hard work with pick and shovel in the min...

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

35 T i U I I 4 THE FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY AUGUST 8 19Q2 L THE FLORIDA STAR Entered at the postoffice at Titusville as secondclass mail matter Ellis K Wager Editor and Publisher R PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING flUBSCKIPTION 8150 PER ANNUM 76 CENTS FOR SIX MONTHS Subscribers will confer a favor on THE STAR if they will notify us of any failure to receive their paper It must be 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 thfr right to condense them to suit Brief items of neighborhood news always desired I Mr Day Will Run Again We call the readers attention this week to the platform of Mr II E Day on another page which announces that he will be a candi date before the second primary next Tuesday the l2th instant to decide between him and Mr J B Y Browne the vacant seat on the rail road commission These two men practically ran ...

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. — 8 August 1902

> fJ1q c = i 4 7 J t l 4 4 R S i THE FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY AUGUST 8 1902 5 1 j COUNIY COMMISSiONERS MEETING r Continued from page 1 J J Tucker d Co is transferred to J W Robinson On motion the contract of John Hous ton for shelling the public road from Mel bourne to Eau Gallic extended 30 days The clerk is instructed to purchase for the use of the board of county commis sioners one copy Index to the Laws of a Florida On motion a duplicate warrant for 202 is issued to S F Travis in lieu of one is sued at March meeting he having made affidavit that the original has been lost On motion the following bills re paid I COUNTY BEVENUK GENERAL FUND J R Walker county commissioner u 100 J R Miot county commissioner and mileage 1040 R A Conkling county commissioner and mileage 1460 John C Jones county commissioner and mileage u 2200 J F Bell county commissioner and milcagouu u 2460 J N Waller tent sold county uuu 900 Titusville Electric Light Co lights 1060 A D Penny salary co judge 2500 E W H...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 8 August 1902

7 t F FJ < t r e l r 7 f r k it it < i 1 c L 1 f 4 j Ji I t r r 4 t 6 THE FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY AUGUSTS 1902 t J J HARRY TRACY OUTLAW F When a Mere Boy He Became 4 j a Desperado 1Ift 1IffJt fJt EXPERT AT UNDOING HANDOUPPS H r Desperate Criminal Who Has Terror t iced the State of Washington Has it 011 Several Occasions Sprung Iland f cuOm and Shackles While Valklns f With His Gnards I when Harry Tracy the desperado t Who has terrorized all the state of Washington was a small boy he es t tablished his reputation as n dangerous t criminal in Monroe county Ia says a dispatch from Albia la to the Phila delphia North American Late in the fall of 18S7 a fine road team belonging ft to R O Cramer of Albia was stolen t from a stable in the heart of the city The theft occurred at 9 oclock in the evening and was so bold that persons < who saw two men drive away from Cramers barn with his blooded team supposed that the horses were being l taken away with the permission of the owner After ...

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. — 8 August 1902

r 4 1 s > r s Ba p3PM f8WSr WHEW JiII I i i r K 4 THE r FLORIDA STAB FRIDAY AUGUST 1902 7 ik DE WINDTS HARDSHIPS Explorers Story of Overland I Trip From Paris to America HORRORS OF SIBERIA DESOBIBED Threatened by Starvation In Danger From Alaskan Indiana Who At 4 tempted Their Liven nnd Suffering From Intense Cold the Explorer t and UlM Party Traversed Thou t sand of Miles In Sledges t Harry de Wiudt leader of the first expedition to make the overland trip f from Paris to the United States by way of Russia Siberia and Alaska recently a cently arrived in Seattle on his way to New York He sent to the New York World the following dispatch giving the first details of his thrilling and t dangerous journey He says I have experienced nothing but difli culties from the time I and my com panion left the Siberian railway early in January We traveled from Irkutsk t to Yakutsk in horse sleighs a distance t of liOUO miles mostly over the frozen river Lena The road was unsafe owing to the robb...

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. — 8 August 1902

Yo i4 L c + t 7 Tiflrji 1 L f s < T 1 i < G f < J J f rlII 1 f r ci t 1 u t a 1 J r I thtJY I l G4 t I 1 t I > r I r t J 1 l Jr 1 1 I r t 1 j 1 8 THE FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY AUGUST 1902 4 1 COCOA BUSINESS DIRECTORY WILLIAM HINDLE Undertaker and Em = 1 balmer Bicycles and Sewing Machine sup plies Tinning and Pipe Fitting Repairing v of Every Description Agent Beveridge Ir Steam Cooker t FRANK LIPPPractical Shoemaker Forty s years experience all kind of repairing done nice and cheap also ladies and mens r shoes made to order a GO TO J XI SANDERS The Old Reliable t Store for good fresh and reliable goods 1 such as Dry Goods Saddlery Crockery t f Hats Trunks and a full line of Groceries tE t E JARVIS HOUSE Open all the year round 2 Pleasantocation facing the river on river Ii t I front Rates 200 per day special terms by 1 the week or month IPt > rl > ro rlU U INDIAN RIUR RIPPl 8 1 ii Paragraphs Personal and Newsy Briefs rt r l t Towns Along the Const t t > = MELBOURNE I...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 15 August 1902

t I I 0 1 oJ i J f y 0 R T t FLORIDA STAR w I t I w fat fo 011 sel7es 31oqe 1311t fo tl1e GJood of Otl1e s Also VOL YXITT TITUSVILLE FLA FRIDAY AUGUST 15 1902 NO 17 CURRENT LOCAL LGON1OS Brief Mention of What Is Going On In and About Tltuaville 4 Send watches for repairs to WM Wood ward DeLand Fla Work guaranteed tIt Goldsmith Eq now has his law I office on the upper floor of the Scrimgeour I building I Mr and Mrs J E Pendleton will soon be at home in the Motlow cottage which I they are furnishing this week Station Agent Jibb of Daytona was in town for a my or so this week among his many friends returning home Wednes day Capt C F Fischer returned the latter part of last week from quite a lengthy cruise down the river in the catboat Elise F Mr J Sturk keeper of Canaveral light house paid Tifusville his once a year visit last week and called at THE STAn office while here Major F M Taylor sailed to Cocoa the I first of the week with his schooner to in troduce the fire extinguisher in t...

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. — 15 August 1902

+ i Y r H I it = 1 A 0 S 0 y w v r j r 4 T 2 I THE FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY AUGUST 15 1902 vi I < s at GENERAL DIRECTORY i i SOCIETIES ETC TITUSVILLE BOARD OF TRADEG M Robbins president M Dixon treasurer G Bast secretary Meets second Wednes day night in each month at their rooms F AM Indian River lodge No 90 holds its meetings the second and fourth Friday 2 7 evenings of each month at the court house J R Walker Wi M F A Morgan Secy TOWN DIRECTORY TOWN OFFICERS J M Dixon mayor R E Mims Jr marshal and tax collector r ly Gregers A Frost clerk and treasurer John wp Henry assessor Jno R Walker G 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 Fiiendship Chapter No 11 holds meetings first Tues ah 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 Mrs M AScrimgeour sec retary t COUNTY DIRECTORY COUNTY OFFICERSA D Penney Titus ville coun...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 15 August 1902

< T S I r 1 > I J S THE FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY AUGUST 1902 3 f COAL STRIKE SCENES i Aspects and Contrasts In the Anthracite Fields r TINE VILLAS OP THE OPERATORS I How the Rich and the Poor Live Happy Holiday For the Mine 3InIes Running Mine and BlanaB Ingf Miners An Irish Grooms De votion to Ills Employer Bad Tem per of Reckless Strikers I Movement is halted there is a sense as of something tremendous always impending writes the New York Even Ing Posts special correspondent at Shenandoah Pa You pass miles and miles of empty coal cars on the sid ings freight yards are choked with cold and idle locomotives close packed not a man near them In the valleys the grimy black breakers an gular lopsided structures high and huge having indeed a look of Inani mate malignancy squat in exasperat ing patience on great dismal hills of their own dust and waste They deso late the landscape nothing grows upon them and around them everything is l wild Excepting these culm piles and the tall stark b...

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. — 15 August 1902

1 I < r J a I < I < l l J 4 THE FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY AUGUST 15 1902 h l + THE FLORIDA STAR Entered at the post ftlce at Titusville as S p secondclass mail matter Ellis u Wager Editor and Publisher PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING M dtttBMCRIPTION SlBO PER ANNUM 4 75 CENTS FOR SIX MONTHS f IdverUslntc Kate Furnished on Application r Subscribers will confer a favor on THE ° STAB if they will notify us of any failure to receive their paper t k S It must baclearly understood that neither THE STAR nor its editor is responsible for opinions expressed by correspondents I k Communications on live topics especially r of local interest are solicited But the editor reserves the right to condense them to suit Brief items of neighborhood news always S desired 4 7 Mr Bryans most recent declara tion respecting the Democratic y nomination in 1904 leaves him pre cisely where he was beforein a rjj position not to say uno if the ten j 1 H der of the place is made to him But it is not likely to b...

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. — 15 August 1902

ri5 3Swil 7 i t a slI p I ttr > r r 0 We THE FLORIDA TARi FRIDAY AUGUST 15 1902 5 A J fl IDA 8flf SUPPORTING 4 Varied Resources Throughout the State Awaiting Farther Development TimesUnion and Citizen F There was an intelligent and progres sive community whose members arose every morning and fed the horse on Iowa oats hitched him to a Louisville orange plow in the afternoon sowed New York fertilizer in the grove and at evening proudly conducted the good wife to show her a Florida orange blossom That was in the time of the Roman empire we o skip over the medieval period with its 3 1 irruptions of northern barbarians and come down to modern ages Those irruptions left these groves pro truding out of the ground perceptibly their latitude was faulty A few deter mined to fight it out on the line of potash i and phosphoric acid but the majority took up the farmers burden of diversity An occupation census taken lately by a resident at our request shows as follows No1 now raises swine and...

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. — 15 August 1902

1 < Yt w t r yf e p > t6 a F 6 V THE FLORIDA STAB FRIDAY AUGUST 15 1902 S q 1 J > EDITORS NOVEL PLAN t fr VY Carleton F Hodge Will Print r W the Bible as a Serial Story a J REASONS FOR HIS UNDERTAKING r i 4 VV Aerap tio n 111 Pabllnher Who IB > r V tends to Hun Portion of Scripture 1 I V t Each Week In HIM Paper Says In l v terest Will De Increased and Peo e 1 ple Will Read the Boon Who Now I Never Look Inaide of It fi t = i Carleton F Hodge who in a recent ro r r fIoW ± Issue of his paper the Assumption Ill Weekly Independent began the publication of the Bible as a serial i story in explaining his determination declares people who never look inside T of their own Bibles will read the Scriptures in a newspaper He claims I x that when printed in a newspaper tIll Bible will become sufficiently worldly to attract readers Mr Hodge is undertaking a long contract If he prints one column from the Bible in his paper enelr week t It will be nearly fifty years before ho can write ...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
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