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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 15 August 1902

t r > S 3 tl w rf C J Y u i t p I i 1 J LEE FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY AUGUST 15 1902 7 f 4 THE PRESIDENT I A CRACK SHOT I t Defeats Boer Officer With a Revolver at Fifty Yards I i f FIVE BULLETS IN THE SAME HOLE Commandant Sa taau SaT He Doe Not Believe There I a Xa IH All Africa That Can Shoot With the Chief Executive With lltfle Too 9 Visiting Doer Was Beaten President Roosevelt has beaten the Dutch That is to say he defeated a Boer officer at target practice the other morning making u remarkable record with a 32 calibre revolver at fifty yards says a dispatch Iroin Oyster Bay N Y to the New York Herald He drove five bullets one after the other through the hole made by the first in the center of the bullseye I No such shooting has ever beeu done before around Oyster Bay and Com mandant W D Suyman an officer on Genera De Wets stall declares he never saw such skill in South Africa rue match was between the president I his sou Archie Commandant Snyman Joubrrt sou of former secretary of ...

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. — 15 August 1902

e t I d I < i f 4 t 8 THE FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY i AUGUST 05 1902 L r f F COCOA BUSINESS DIRECTORY t WILLIAfi HISDLE Undertaker and Em balmer Bicycles and Sewing Machine sup plies Tinning and Pipe Fitting Repairing of Every Description Agent Beveridg + Steam Cooker t 6 FRANK LIPP Practical Shoemaker Fort S years experience all kind of repairiu done nice and cheap also ladies and men shoe made to order I GO TO J M SANDERS The Old Reliable Store for good fresh and reliable good such as Dry Goods Saddlery Crocker Hats Trunks and a full line of Groceries I i JARVTS HOUSE Open all the year round Pleasant 1 cation facing the river on rive s front Rates 200 per day special terms by Y j the week or month Y INDlftH RIYfR RIPPlES Paragraph Personal and Newsy Brief at Towns Along the Coast i I i r COCOA School will open the middle of Septem ber berMr h Mr O K Wood of Stuart arrived hen Friday Fresh fruits are plentiful at present ii our markets Mr Porcher was at home fora day or Y two this wee...

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. — 15 August 1902

i JS S f i J < < S r t < Eri r I lp i 4 n 0 c T a = w + a 8 THE FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY AUGUST i5 1902 F COCOA BUSINESS DIRECTORY WILLIAM HINDLE Undertaker and Em + y gi balmer Bicycles and Sewing Machine sup I plies Tinning and Pipe Fitting Repairing ti of Every Description Agent forBeveridge Steam Cooker t FRAN LIPP Practical Shoemaker Forty e years experience all kind of repairing done nice and cheap also ladies and mens shoes made to order a GO TO J M SANDERS The Old Reliable Store for good fresh and reliable goods such as Dry Goods Saddlery Crockery p Hats Trunks and a full line of Groceries a JARVIS HOUSEOpen all the year round Pleasant ocatlon facing the river on river front Rates 200 per day special terms by I the week or month Y j INDIAN RIYfR RIPPLES JarlgTSlh Personal and Newsy Briefs at Towns Along the Coast 1 COCOA School will open the middle of Septem ber W Mr 0 K Wood of Stuart arrived here t Friday Fresh fruits are plentiful at present in our markets Mr Porcher ...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 22 August 1902

1 Y 5 VV fr I < r 0 > 1 I THE FLORIDA STAR d L I o JT ot fo Oqusel es 2I1oqe 11t fo file too of Ot1te s 5lso a t VOL xxni TITUSVILLE FLA FRIDAY AUGUST 22 1902 NO 18 URR NI lO AllACOHICS Brief Mention of What Is Going On In and About Titusville See our ad on page 8 EAST COST LUMBER AND SUPPLY Co I Send watches for repairs to WM Wood ward DeLand Fla Work guaranteed Mr and Mrs J E Pendleton started I housekeeping in the Motlow cottage the first of this week I Yesterday was one of the hottest daya of the season Thermometer ranged 93 for several hours after midday We leann with regret that Dr Dodson was taken suddenly ill Sunday with par alysis We hope soon to see him out again Capt H B Shaw superintendent of a the lifesaving service stopped off here Wednesday on his way home to Ormond from Miami Mrs W R Knox of Helena Ga ar rived here last week on a visit to her son Ed Knox and expects to return home r next Saturday Archdeacon and Mrs B F Brown ex Pert to leave Wednesday next for ...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 22 August 1902

PS e v l a H s C SJ ti g I y t t oti 4r I t r X STAR 1 l 0 rot fo 011 selVes A1o e 3 11t Oif tl1e qooc1 of Ot1teifs Also 4t x c VOL XXIII TITUSVILLE FLA FRIDAY 4 AUGUST 221 2 NO 18 Y 1r URRfNI lOCAL lACONICS BrIer Mention or What Is Going On In l and About TItuYll See our ad on page 8 EST COST LnIDER AND SUPPLY Co I Send watches f repairs to Vll Wood ward DeLand Fla Work guaranteed Mr and Mrs J E Pendleton started I housekeeping in the Motlow cottage the first of this week I Yesterday was one of the hottest days of the season Thermometer ranged 93 for several hours after midday Ve leas i with regret that Dr Dodson was taken suddenly ill Sunday with par alysis Ve hope soon to see him out again Capt H B Shaw superintendent of the life8aving service stopped oU here Wednesday his way home to Ormond from Miami Mrs W n Knox of Helena Ga ar rived here last week on a visit to her son Ed Knox and expects to return home next Saturday Archdeacon and Mrs B F Brown ex pect to leave Wednesday nex...

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. — 22 August 1902

Xsar 4 t J > > Li t I v I j P1 t r A 2 THE FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY AUGUST OO 1 QfK JNERAL DIRECTORY sQCIETETC TITUSVILLE BOARD OF TRADEG M = ° i Bobbins president M Dixon treasurer G Bast secretary Meets second Wednes day night in each month at their rooms ri I1 lz AM Indian 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 Setfy TOWN DIRECTORY f TOWN OFFICERSJ 31 Dixon mayor R E Minis Jr marshal and tax collector v Qregers A Frost clerk and treasurer John Henry assessor Jno B Walker G F Dn ren J L Carruthers F A Morgan S G Vanlaudingham councilmen The coun cil meets first Tuesday In each month ORDER OF EASTERN STAR Fiiendship y7 Chapter Xo 11 holds meetings first Tqes day in each month at 330 p mnnd third Tuesday in each month at 730 p m in Masonic Lodge room Mrs G M Bobbins worthy matron Mrs M Scrimgeour sec retary s COUNTY DIRECTORY COUNTY OFFICERS D Penney Titus ville county judge Jas Andrews T...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 22 August 1902

r if ti J y r q < THE FLORIDA STAB FRIDAY AUGUST I 22 1902 a f 0 ODD PHILIPPINE TRIBE ti Scout Tells of a White Race In 1 fr Mindoro Island ALL FAIR AIRED AND BLUE JYED FT fieclualve Nation Which Lieutenant De Clairmont Says Is of Marked 4 t Beauty of Form and Great Strength z Folnoned Arrow Greets Any In truder Who Ventures Rear Their Hamlets Lieutenant De Cln irmollt of the Phil t ippine scouts who recently returned to 1 the United States tells In the New York Herald of a white race found in the island of Mindoro His story in part follows I Hidden in the heart of Mindoro t reached only by secret and difficult trails guarded by fie men strongly I V armed live a race of people as white as you and 1 There stems only one a plausible theory of the origin of such a race Centuries ago the Philippine Islands formed a continuous chain l reaching to the mainland before vol canic disturbances caused the connect ing links in the chain to disappear and the group to be parted from the coun t...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 22 August 1902

r 4 J tt t JN f j N t LiII117 i r f t t J iI41r i Y r I J 1 Jd > J J l C i 1 I t t I t r j Sj 4 THE FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY AUGUST 22 1902 THE FLORIDA STAR Entered at the pOI tofft ce at Titnsville as secondclass mail matter Ellis B Wager Editor and Publisher i PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING ti i SUBSCISIPTION 1BO PER ANNUM f j 7B CENTS FOR SIX MONTHS Idvertlslng Rate Famished on Application Subscribers will confer a favor on THE STAB 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 1 Communications on live topics especially of local interest are solicited But the editor r reserves the right to condense them to suit i Brief items of neighborhood news always desired 4 Capt Carter continues to regard himself as the American Dreyfus r The New York World says that it fails to see any parallel between the cases of the two captains furth er than both were s...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 22 August 1902

ri r r j k i c t a r I I l f < f 5 o w t r 0 5 THE FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY AUGUST 22 1902 Ir < r f THE SUPfRflUOUS BUllARD Now Said to Be Dangerous to the Stock Interests of This State Cattlemen report that they have lost heavily this season in the way of deaths of young calves Thousands of weak lings only a few days old have been liter ally eaten alive by the hordes of buzzards that hover like a pall over the cattle ranges In the last few years under the protection of the state laws buzzards Rave been multiplying at a tremendous rate and their numbers are so great that they cover cattle range like thunder clouds i j It is learned that this season they have become so desperate for food that they attack young calves first picking out their eyes and then proceeding to pick their spines without waiting for the ani mals to die The buzzards are so numer ous that they have trouble in securinS food in the regular way and have been apparently driven tothe execution of an imals without wai...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 22 August 1902

v 5 < l 1Y f r J n f ne f < o 0 1 0 ri < T or 0 V I t Y T 0 C5 r 1 I 4 THE FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY AUGUST 22 1902 THE FLORIDA STAR s Entered at the postoffioeat Titusville as secondclAfls mail matter t Klllg K Wager editor and Pabllsher PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING ft V 8UB8CKJPTION 15O PER ANNUM 75 CENTS FOB SIX MONTHS kdvertitlng Kate Ffernlsbed on Application r Subscribers will confer a favor on THE I L 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 Brief items of neighborhood news always desired Capt Carter continues to regard himself as the American Dreyfus The New York World says that it I K fails to see any parallel between the cases of the two captains furth er than both were sent toprison It is sta...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 22 August 1902

a f E i L if s r 4y S t 5a t S > i r JJ L o 5 I I f v4 o I THE FLOBXDA STAB FRIDAY AUGUST 22 1902 5 1H5 SUPERFLUOUSSUIRI1 Now Said to Be Dangerous to the Stock Interest of This Stale Cattlemen report that they have lost heavily this season in the way of deaths f of young calves Thousands of weak lings only a few days old have been liter ally eaten alive by the hordes of buzzards that hover like a pall over the cattle ranges In the last few years under the d protection of the state laws buzzards Rave been multiplying at a tremendous rate and their numbers are so great that they cover cattle ranges like thunder clouds It is learned that this season they have become BO desperate for food that they f attack young calves first picking out their eyes and then proceeding to pick their spines without waiting for the ani mals to die The buzzards are so numer ous that they have trouble in securing food in the regular way and have been apparently driven tothe execution of an imals without w...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 22 August 1902

fiisfr foar S t r v + jf W5gg g rf I A L f jIJ t JI 7 l Jr4 Jjr i tjo S4 i xl > j M h i j LJ lm HoIIt r II I yjt > J f J t rfc V z r i I t V i ti > VA r 6 THE FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY AUGUST 22 1902 NOTED OSBORNE HOUSE D of Palace Given to the British by Edward VII T QUEEN VIOTORIA DIED THERE f Former Royal Residence la Situated a on the Isle of Wight and Was Built la 1840 One of the Bloat Beautiful Palaces In Great Britain Greatly J Revered by Englishmen Osborne House which has been pre t vented by King Edward to the British r nation is revered by Englishmen be cause of its association with the mem ory of Queen Victoria says the New York World It was there she liked it best to sojourn with the prince con sort and it was there she died Per r haps no choice of a gift by King Edward llh ward would be more gratifying to the kingdom than Osborue House In comparison with other royal resi dences Osborne House is new It was built In ISO on the Isle of Wight over looking the Solent The ...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 22 August 1902

i 1 r f Y fr 4 i THE FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY > > AUGUST 22 1902 7 Y SPICY CHAJWITH BOTHA I Boer General Amused at British Tactics In Late War f 1 PLANNING AN OFFIOIAL EISTOBY Famous Fighter Hopes to Arrange a Book on South African Conflict 4 From the Burgher Side Written by Well Known Leader Will Visit America For Relief Funds Since General Louis Botha Intends visiting the United States soon a rath er amusing Interview which the Lon don Chronicle correspondent had with him nt Maritzburg Is worth reading as r It gives a Boer view of the not very redoubtable British prowess In the Held says the London correspondent of the Philadelphia Press The correspondent describes Botha as follows Louis Botha Is a big man full six feet high and stoutly built His shoulders In particular are Im mense and his huge brick red hands are carried clumsily swinging lie wears a drooping brown mustache small pointed beard that does not l conceal a firm round chin and short r hair His face is full and pleas...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 22 August 1902

> = = Jbi F M tc t Jl 3rir g tf r I 4 < THE FLORIDA STAB f FRIDAY AUGUST 22 19C2 f COCOA BUSINESS DIRECTORY wTLLIA1i HINDLEUndertaker and Em 15 er Bicycles and Sewing Machine sup 1 S fea Tinning and Pipe Fitting Repairing t oar Description Agent Beyeridge t paIrls Cooker 1R1SK LIPPPractical Shoemaker Forty s experience all kind of repairing gYslae nice and cheap also ladies and mens shoes made to order GOEO J SANDERS The Old Reliable Store for good fresh and reliable goods cinch as Dry Goods Saddlery Crockery Hats Trunks and a full line of Groceries JESLWIS HOUSE Open all the year round Pleasant location facing the river on river k rust Rates 200 per day special terms by the week or month JHDlftN RIYfR RIPPLES L jJiLgapha Personal and Newsy Briefs L1 at Town Along the Coast COCOA S TX Geiger is in Cocoa Ur Coopers brother is visiting him Mr John Joyner was in town on Fri dzS Capt McIntyre came in on Saturdays t7Jin They do say that Traffords meat pies i 3m fine t Mr John Shipp...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 29 August 1902

I 4 t 1 > C 1HE FLORIDA STAR I Tot fo 011 use 1 es Sloiqe 1311t fo t1te toad of Orels Also S r VOL XXIII TITUSVILLE FLA FRIDAY AUGUST 29 1902 4 NO 19 CURR NI lOCftl lAffONIC8 Brief mention of What Is Going On In and About Titusville See our ad on page 8 EAST COAST LUMBER AND SUPPLY Co Send watches for repairs to WM Wood ward DeLand Fla Work guaranteed There will be a dance at the opera I house tonight which promises to be a most enjoyable one I One more week of the long summer va cation for the school children Public school opens next Monday week I Services at Minis next Sunday at 11 a in and at the Methodist church Titus ville at 730 p m A M Daiger pastor Next Monday September 1st is a legal holiday It has been designated Labor day and will be observed generally in all the larger manufacturing cities Mr Jesse English and Miss Luella Bag of this place were married Tues day night by Judge Gaulden and receiv ed the congratulations of numerous friends for future happiness and prospe...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 29 August 1902

z v yY V a R 7 j7 t d3 I L1J j > i s 0 < J 2 THE FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY AUGUST n 29 1902 s GENERAL DIRECTORY SOCUCTTKS ETC TITUSVILLE BOARD OF TRADEG M Bobbins presidentJ M Dixon treasurerJ Q Bast secretary Meets second Wednes day night in each month at their rooms F < fe AMIndian River lodge No 00 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 TOWN OFFICERS M Dixon mayor R 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 Vanlamlingham 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 1 Masonic Lodge room Mrs G M Robbins worthy matron Mrs M AScrirngeour sec retary COUNTY DIRECTORY COUNTY OFFICERSA D Penney Titus ville county judge Jas Andrew...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 29 August 1902

h + r e H 4 1 I > q a I 1 f r r < S y t n f 7 i t i V THE FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY AUGUST 29 1902 3 I THE MIMIC COAST WAR l 1 I r if Elaborate Programme of Army and Navy Maneuvers 1 MILITARY PART WILL BE SEOEET Ii i f IF Fleet to Ran Long Inland Sound I Port and Coast Defcnmeit THRU I Will Be Allowed to Follow Ship BH In Actual Warfare Wlint Count i I an a Victory Army and navy experts are now en gaged in the extremely difficult task of i 1 drawing up rules for the army and navy maneuvers or war game which t will be played at the eastern entrance of Long Island sound from Aug 20 to 1 Sept 0 says the New York Times The ships of the navy will be followed by II newspaper tugs as in time of actual war On the army side however there will be only the secret coast defenses I engaged To admit newspaper men or I any one else to these would be violat ing one of the strict regulations of the service In addition to the complicated work + of drawing up the rules of the contest preparations for ...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 29 August 1902

E i 76 r 1ri f J l r t c C 5 J l > CO < t v < A rJ 4 c l r r 1J E < i1C 4 a fI l f e 1 J tl l r 1 fJ d < r If 0 r < 1 Ii a I rt I a Ic 4 i THE FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY AUGUST 29 1902 4 r e THE FLORIDA STAR t Entered at the p05toftlce atTitnsville as secondclass mail matter Kills K Wager editor and Publisher PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING SUBSCRIPTION S15O PER ANNUM 75 CENTS JOB SIX MONTHS Subscribers will confer a favor on THE STAB if they will notify us of any failure to receive their paper ij 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 Brief items of neighborhood news always desired Commissioner Yerkes of the in ternal revenue Bureau has directed I that immediate steps be taken for the collection of tax on profit and loss accounts or undivided profits accounts ...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 29 August 1902

JI M I I > I f j + THE FLORIDA STAR FBIDAY AUGUST 29 1902 5 i THE COST Of 8UGR G1E CULTURE Syrup Making By Southern Growers Pleas es the Trust The following article appeared in a re cent issue of the TimesUnion and Citi zen written by E Mahr of Mill Creek Takes Work to Raise CaneReply ing to Capt R E Roses statement as to one man cultivating twenty acres orBu ar cane it is a mistake A man at that rate would h independent in a few years Good sugar sane will yield 400 to 500 gal lons of syrup which would bring him h about 4000 a year I will challenge any man to cultivate five acres of cane I have grown sugar cane all my life and there is i no other tool that will take the place of a hoe I have only one acre and a half this year as I lost all my seed by the I freeze and it has cost me fifteen days I hoeing and it has been a dry season for grass to grow So Mr Editor please I publish this statement I To the above communication Mr Rose i replies as follows in Mondays edition of i3t the...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 29 August 1902

SSSuGB I 4 Y4 II t 1 t Y > jj I f t t l vt < z r V TJ 1 b1 I 6 THE FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY AUGUST 29 1902 1 THE AMERICAN INVASION r Great Britain Will Take Steps t to Resist It p t NOTED UNIVERSITY IN THE LEAI Colleges of Commerce and Journal lam Are to De Etab1I hed to Cre ate Captain of Industry and Good t Newspaper lien Scheme of Pro i fesior Ashley John Bull has at length decided to resist the American invasion writes the London correspondent of the Phil adelphia Public Ledger This is to be done by establishing faculties of com merce and journalism at the principal universities and producing homemade captains of industry and editors of t newspapers Then it is expected Britain will once more take her stand i In the van of progress The invasion of British newspapers by American editors began even be fore the commercial invasion of Yerkes and the Morgans But the Englishmen did not know it for some time They saw that they were getting better I newspapers to read but as that was t ...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
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