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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 17 October 1902

+ e f i cr Y if a C1 I Not fo 011 seles 1Uo1e flat fo tIle good of otl1etfs 2t1s0 rId It YOLXXHI TITUSVILLE FLA FRIDAY OCTOBER 17 19O2 NO 26 CURRENT lOCftllAONICS Brief Mention of What Is Going dnIn TJiw and About Titusville f > See our ad on page S EAST COAST LUMIIER AND SUPPLY Co Fruitine a combination of pure Emit Juices Wilson Son Send watches for repairs to WM Wood d DeLand Fla Work guaranteed D1 r apt H B Shaw of Ormond was a 01 nge r on the southbound train Sun y II for Miami Mr R W Rhodes returned from his r New York trip Sunday afternoon having een gone just two weeks Mr J J Haggerty is expected to ar ive this week from Lithia Springs Ga l Inhere he has boon spending some weeks lhi a Ind T fr1f > Il 9fe usual service at the Methodist rur A Ch for next Sunday evening is here J I J ailed in as I shall be absent A M 1 T Ycer pastor 1et oiyir Trez B Wilson and his sister Miss r b eannette were expected to leave New York on the Clyde steamship Algonquin yesterday for their...

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. — 17 October 1902

COCOA BUS DRY LJ ROCKLEDGE THE ° awl ANK LIPP FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY OCTOBER 17 1902 ears cape tv Mr MooKjif the Sanatnri < i nice SAL DIRECTORY TO tou SOCIETIES ETC r TITUSVILLE BOARD OF TRADE G M I Bobbins presidentJ M Dixon treasurerJ 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 TOWN OFFICERS M Dixon mayor R E Minis 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 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 mf in Masonic Lodge room Mrs G M Robbins worthy matron Mrs M Scrimgeour sec retary COUNTY DIRECTORY COUNTY OFFICERSA D Penney ...

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. — 17 October 1902

f f i I T iiJ J t L I J t U r W n s J < i 7 t 1 r c i Ez f0t i t 40 j t THE FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY OCTOBER 17 19 t < c j t J + w f fi 10 1 1 r r 0 AIRSHIPS f val Aeronauts Tell of Their Trip at Coney Island E VIEWS OF EDWARD O BOYOE Caller of the SantoaDamonl No O Believe Airaliipa In a Few Year is Kr a Will Be Carrying PaaaenKera In s j America 1roiw Nor Steven Mueb t + Pleased With DIN Experiment and Mean to Repeat It Soon In the following article the rival r i aeronauts of the SantosDuniont No 0 I and the Leo Stevens airships tell of 1 their trips In the cloudy air at Coney t Island the other day says the New t York Journal Statement by LSdvard C Iloyee I believe that my recent flight proves the assertion that within a few years airships will be carrying passengers in r l > r wYors V I s country I am not speaking for as lug > alloons or gas bags when 1 say that iy tant iJhe SantosDumont No G machine performed d Ia tt formed a successful experiment i yormed J ser This air...

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. — 17 October 1902

fr F i 7 I J s t r a THE THE FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY OCTOBER 17 1902 M I h I COCOA fiFtOEEDA STAR RANK LI r y ers littered at th postofflce at Titusville as don I econd class mail matter s1 Ills B Wager Editor and Publisher 10 PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING r SUBSCRIPTION al50 PER ANNUM 75 CENTS FOR SIX MONTHS idvertlalng RateH Furnished on Application 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 arc solicited But the editor reserves the right to condense them to suit Brief items of neighborhood news always desired The state supreme court says the Tallahassee Daily Capital is taking a spurt eight opinions be ing handeddown in two days and more expected daily It is to be hop d they will continue to spurt Porto Rico has had civil gov ernment under the...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 17 October 1902

2s4 P S I M i t jv fi l v > 111 t < + < THE FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY OCTOBER 17 19021 < i jp l J2 fi r t i y 1 IT com SUM il1 Itvmiaeaa Famine Now Believed to Be Qalte Imminent It this strike continues two weeks gar there will ensue the worst coal panic America has ever witnessed One of the oldest and most conserva tive coal shippers Philadelphia a man who has been in the business for < forty years made that emphatic state ment to a representative of the Phila delphia Press He was not talking of anthracite but of bituminous coal The public cannot overestimate the acute crisis which has been reached in the soft coal business Spot coal which ordinarily sells for ft 240 a ton in Philadelphia in Septem ber now brings y 5 and cannot even be procured at that figure It is 6 a ton c in New York r Not since General Lee invaded Penn sylvania in 1863 and threatened to cut a 11 the soft coal lines to the east says I e Press has there been a bituminous n rituatlon that compares with th...

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. — 17 October 1902

J i t T W i I V 4 V T = TH 1 iHE FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY OCTOBER 17 1902 S rn c t JlkE COAL IS fib ont J loafr Product Largely In Demand Comes From Small Area OHIEF FIELDS NAMED FROM RIVERS There Are Three of Them Situated In Northeastern Pennsylvania Which Is the Treasury of Anthra cite Deposits Inferior Grade Also Found In Other States Coal consumers who are anxiously looking to that section of the United States that furnishes the country with hard fuel have little conception of the narrow confines within which the rich deposit IB found says the Chicago News It is all in Pennsylvania and If the whole of the three big fields were brought together in one compact body it would be no larger than a county twentyfour miles long and twenty two miles wide But when the wonderfully produc tive seams and strata down deep in the bowels of the earth of this seem Ingly small county are considered time area in square miles has little or no significance The best idea of its ca pacity to produce coal ...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 17 October 1902

i THE FLORIDA STAB FRIDAY OCTOBER 17 1902 J fft i7 v lEDRfCK AND ESKIMOS i t xplorer Chose Life With r Them From Sense of Duty DB OOOE EXPLAINS THE TROUBLE I Why DrDedrlck Remained Ia Frozen ti North After Leaving Peary Offend ed at Being Relieved of Command of the Natives eDr Frederick A Cook of Brooklyn A speaking in behalf of Dr Thomas L Dedrick gives the following details of r the latters various misunderstandings with Lieutenant Peary the arctic ex plorer The Peary arctic expedition consist ed of three men Lieutenant Peary Dr Dedrick and Matt Henson the colored ored man who has been with the lieu l enant for a long time Of course as L atters were there could be no such lug as a lieutenant commander al inf ough it was Pearys original Inten ion to place Dr Dedrick in charge of Ia he natives Later Lieutenant Peary L found that he could assume charge of the natives himself and after that at iffereut times he transferred that du y to Qenson Out of that grew the va lit rious differen...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 17 October 1902

t 1 f if TH f 7 f > V F r < J KLEP lTHE FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY OCTOBER 17 1902 n r OCOA BUSINESS DIRECTORY fRANK LIPP Practical Shoemaker Forty years experience all kind of repairing r 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 Croctery Hate Trunks and a full line of Groceries JARVIS HOUSEopen all the year round Pleasant location facing the river on river front Rates r 200 per day special terms by the week or month DR LEON A PEEK Physician and Surgeon Residence Melbourne At Eau Gallic on Tuesday and Friday afternoons 1FLnotI E INDIAN RIPER RIPPLES ParaJr31Ih Personal and Newsy Brief ut Towns Along the Coast COCOA Supt and Mrs R E Minis were in town Monday Hens around Cocoa are on a strike ergs are scarce Dr Daniels is at home once more and fc > as busy as usual Miss Lizzie Kuhl left for her home at Shiloh on Thursday T Sam Sanders of Indianola spent Wednesday...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 24 October 1902

I J I W Ito 1 to a J y J yo I f s t 7 L 1 FLOR1DA STAli k r e e1 1 w r > bma 3 i I Not f on 0qise11es 5Llo ± e 1311t fo tIle Qood of Qtl1eifs HLlso I f t 4 1et VOL XXIII TITTJSVILLE FLA FRIDAY OCTOBER 24 1902 NO 27 Q unkP attlY A I CURRfNT LOCAL LAGUHICS > dt e veatto ef Mention of What Is Going On In beth cad and About Titusville Je Of vo1 rk See ouradon page 8 I ted at y EAST COAST LUMBER AND SUPPLY Co mti ago atip Send watches forrepairs toM Wood orne f t ward DeLand Fla Work guaranteed sof her Set Messrs R Porson Paddison and C with rigid wit hcl ward iller of Fort Pierce were here the first leaol be > IeV Lmtf f the week to play ball with the Titus tU Ho dlo nine fwfts tn 1Vvni n Stant Mrs J T Bassett has hen very ill for day y Vii la7 ythe past two days with a serious attack t4ter B 4 heart failure and is very little better at o atlctl Pal this writing a to f the Mrs S J Field and son Emmett r of nlsbt lid buss Indianola are visiting relatives hero for a The land Mfte...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 24 October 1902

c gay ta J THE FLO 7 0 P oocoaxv 4 T t E THE FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY OCTOBER 24 1902 FBANIi Llg zp NERA1 DIRECTORY dolts r skos SOCDBTIEB ETC GO TO TITUSVILLE BOARD OP TRADEG M Bobbins presidentJ iL Dixon treasurerJ G Bast secretary Meets second Wednes day night in each month at their rooms F AMIndian River lodge No 90 holds J its meetings the second and fourth Friday l evenings of each month at the court house J R Walker W M F A Morgan Secy TOWN DIRECTORY f TOWN OFFICERSJ M Dixon mayor r B E Mims Jr marshal and tax collector Gregers A Frost clerk and treasurer John 0 Henry assessor Jno R Walker G F Du ren J L Carruthers F A Morgan S G Vaulandingham councilmen The coun cil moots first Tuesday in each month Y ORDER OF EASTERN STAR Fiiendship Chapter No 11 holds meetings first Tues day in each month at 330 p in and third Tuesday iu each mouth at 730 p m iu Masonic Lodge room Mrs G M Robbins worthy matron MH M AScriiugeour sec retary COUNTY DIRECTORY COUNTY OFFICERSA D Penney Titus villo c...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 24 October 1902

A tr ji THE FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY OCTOBER 24 1902 r r I 0 j zt 7ka iJ r 1 x AGAINST TIPPING ay Porters Unite to Fight O fII 1 the System Epp erierit YORK LODGE OEGAUIZED L Oman r Men Met In a Private Car is y t aiiand Living Wzu Delegates I1B LEI 11 Be Sent to a National Conven i V i > to Meet In Chicago Next Jan 1V Met A Itbe n < > TJ Of th most surprising develop 1 r A 1 N > I of convention week at Saratoga CaTty Aria wear being overlooked in the ex 1 of Fir it and interest surrounding the e t1oa York Democratic state conven beth cud IM says tlie New York World An tte of xvoioeti on of sixty Pullman porters r iA organized at Saratoga the other idled nt p dica Jjlwlth the at owed purpose of abol ame ago J < the tjppjujr jsytem f some Kportera say they dont want tips of her Aant living wages The New ad with i hejodge which was formed tit Sar i1or her wary ujjj semI delegates to a conveu j YOmC pjj Chicago next January when the was IUa WOSiJtl Colored Mens Railroad asso ...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 24 October 1902

1 a J j j 1 t J THE FBOSIP BAR FRIDA Y OCTOBER 24190 j t jfTIm FLORIDA STAR f Entered at the postoffice at Titusville as secondclass mail matter Ellis It Wager Editor and Publisher PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING SUBSCRIPTION S160 PER ANNUM 75 CENTS FOR SIX MONTHS Advertising Rated Furnished on Application 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 STAR 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 If you voted in the primary election you ought to be sure and vote in the election on Nov 4th Be a good citizen and go to the polls on that date The list qualified yoters pub lished on page 5 this week shows 891 persons entitled to vote in this county at the coming election In comp...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 24 October 1902

l t > l J fi y t tJ V V 1 V 5 > < VV ffI J Ii J I M t J 4 1 1 r f lit TjjgE IOli STAR JPBp4Y pCTOBER R J4T 1902 I XJfXOF R SI f f mm REGISTERED VOTERS E ei i V UJat of voters qualified to vote at the elec 11 tan to be held Nov 4th 1902 in Brevard ty Florida 9 rre 1a8t1lo 1 LaGrange b i SldradyA Boyed James l l t firown C Blount W H BallardWW Boyett G B i etfChaadoha W N Carter A J I tkeliCarter E B Coleman L A rltJt e f Cockshnt TJ Cockshut T A J F d TVCiiyler Jeff Cuyler Bcutly t > Karfy Chaadoin Bobt E Cockshut G B J i Mt cf Carlile Henry Froscher Andrew V BdoJlJieaster J T Gardner Geo B sues rigSCW Hansel 0 C beth c > Keyzer J Z fl T > T E S ate of wflyzer Jr L Kyzer rnodle C C Kyzer W B ladled a > r > LeEhga Mendel Joe me Myers LK Mendel J C Montgomery Jim Mims B J s of McCrory J M Provatt W H iied Prevatt E J Piatt R J lesGf Price L L Rocker R Wolll Uoberts H Roberts P W i Robt M qy Jim Singleton t was I ry t was moons W A Warren Joe L rs StT n arrent se...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 24 October 1902

D f lJ J iI Y < J J FLORIDA j THE FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY OCTOBER 24 1902 fe UNIQUE EXHIBITION T Professional Womans Leagues Big Show In New York BTBBET AfTER STREET OF BOOTHS Fair Sea of Many Nationalities En waged In Every One of Them In Different Kinds of Work Object ol the Show How the Iollce women Handled u Man Under an azure sky ablaze with row upon row of electric lights and to the accompaniment of two womens bands the frou frou of womens skirts and the laughter and murmur of a Teat crowd of visitors the womans exhibition in New York opened its doors to the pub lic the other night in Madison Square Garden The women in long coats and tall hats who opened the carriage dour the women in blue frowning under their helmets who ordered the traps into line the women ticket sellers and the women ticket takers as wfll as the six feet and over Amazon police men who laboriously patrolled then beats within and without thy Garden all had to work hard to handle the crowds that poured in from...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 31 October 1902

I 1 11 I J S f I e 80 1 J 1 T71T TvTTfcTT V 4 t = t K t FLORIDACSTA tperien rAt ma At L 1Ci 4 di = X wa Ir < sI I 3 JTotfo Oq selges iLloqe 13qt poi tlte C oati of Ot11eics Jlso w sr t 4 e 11 ° w wtTJCi A t OCTOBERIS > Wij it j TITUSVILLE t FLA FRIDAY OCTOBER 1902 NO 27 K 1 i > ztF 1 > r c t y Ai AFI 0 T < K 7 e f FI 1 AJkdfr i r > i jMyMAft1 JI 0 C < 0 Loj i Cad s lL 4 > f woirlet orWS ± What 1 j 1Imi Ke0 lB I at 1f lVfl AW nt Tiliiwlll x F I ago JH oiirwEoii pl 8 i mej p Tier C Lvx wt un8 hItehr T d watchforrp retoW dWood lth I Swft is D8L iidi Fku Work g N Ned bel ward 1 jf S jL SUtw taken Frith tan onftf In v Hon lR torn yeterdayso at this writing de Wyjirte ill bet prong > ppei for a tarn I day old bktoc are f tortin d atIir I A J Carters ofTurnbuh accoi Pal nied bY its little grandson 660 le the kft lfK1I tdayfor ValdpaU Ga buss ei tM Gtorjda fiate fair Dyingg to the vim t1S k condition of home little itxiti Parkhn l w and Mrs i Otl O rtieral finer a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 31 October 1902

J LTJ d THE FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY OCTOBER If 31 1902 ill GENERAL DIRECTORY SOCIETIES ETC TrrUBVILLE BOARD OF TRADEG M Bobbins president M Dixon treasurerJ 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 TOWN OFFICERSJ M Dixon mayor R E Mims Jr marshal and 4ai collector Gregers A Frost clerk and treasurer John Henry assessor Jno R Walker G F Du ron J L Carruthers F A Morgan S G Yanlandingham 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 Tuesdayin each month at 730 p m in Masonic Lodge room Mrs G M Robbins worthy matron Mrs M A Scrimgeour sec retary COUNTY DIRECrOKY COUNTY OFFICERSA D Penney Titns vile county judge Jas Andrews Titus ville prosecuting attorney A A Stewart Titu...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 31 October 1902

r l dl u p 1fP < r I l THE FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY OCTOBER 31 1902 La a tvB l f FM R ELIOT ON SCHOOLS n E pen en Points Out Flaws In Our lI bmaP Plan of Education 0 i r BLEItBAOHERS HAVE TOO MANY PUPILS k r 0 pJle t resident of HarvardUalvcrslty Say rtke n04 the Power to Reaa6n Ia Not Devel 1 1gA tit oped Striken 3Iol Violence and In temperance He Declare Are ne ar 1 yo A m 0 Faulty Stem t of Fit eatioa rsldent Charles F Eliot of Har ei nl university according to a New beta Cady betht nYCll special to the New York te of wo T0rld says that the American public died at Y > f sebenl system of today is inefficient V05 ago because it fails to train up good citi ftOtnej yens He declares that we spend too < > r her Utile money on education that the d with I yolUg0 teachers class is three or or hen waur times too large and that too lit womti je care Is given to school hygiene and vas in la lay rounds itantt iJ President Eliot alleges as proof of Ian schools if the Inefliciency of our...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 31 October 1902

iL v 4 J t I f nrvry FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY OCTOBER 311902 Y THE FLORIDA STAR Entered at the postoffice Titusville as secondclass mail matter Ellis K Wager Editor and Publisher PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING SUBSCKIPTION siso PER ANNUM 75 CENTS FOR SIX MONTHS Idvertialng ItateR Furnished on Application 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 STAR 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 mows always desired White Springs in Hamilton county will soon have a weekly paper Mr J M Caldwell form erly of the Jasper News will be editor and publisher and the Florida press will gladly welcome Mr Caldwells return to the tripod again j ll jEv i r ii i i f i r wjfcJ We think that with the advent of the ...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 31 October 1902

i 1 4 THE FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY OCTOBER 31 1902 p or > F TIlEIMPOXINa BANANA PlANT 1 1 1 1 e Most IBplr1Ba and Attractive of All I erieti Treplcal Orowthe I E ens t i the Florida Agriculturist fma hen the northern iualid or pleasure f ker fleeing from the wrath of Boreal x pproaches the gulf coaSt of Louisiana t SLEII I ieei88ippi or Alabama and especially if t + j e journeys along the eastern shores of t c tet L i Georgia and Florida the first distinctly t ir7 not ropi l production he encounters is that art e the ba 4 umptnou9 and imposing plant 4Jd rIlana Ilana tI 1I1T A Ve are far from insensible to the lofty J 1i t cf FI lnmnar randeur of those solemn wind t ventioa rps the long leafed pines the spread Cad g m oss draPed live oaks the lonely th Beth 1 unereal cypresses the queenly lustrous te of w oi Ie leaved magnolias the oriental palms dled at hinting of the mysteries of the east the + pm ago tinkling belly of the caravans the camels < f eome ap t plodding through the des...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 31 October 1902

ir E t r p 44 t v M j i I ti1 r J THE FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY OCTOBER 31 1902 j Y INDIANS IN A NEW ROLE Nearly 200000 Becoming Inde pendent Landowners f BPEOIAL ALLOTMENTS BEIUG MADE Uncle Sam AVill Soon Finish the Gigantic Tnak of CloNing Up the Tribal Government System Begun Fifty YearN AgoVhat Secretary Hitchcock 11 OK Done It will be a strange experience for the congress of the United States to meet without having some phase of the Indian question demanding consid eration Yet that is a prospect for the near future according to a Washing ton dispatch to the St Louis Globe Democrat The ratification by the Creeks Cherokees and Chickasaws and Choctaws of the treaties recently negotiated and adopted by congress has made the way clear for a rapid set tlement of the affairs of the Indians bj which the individual members of the tribe will receive their allotments and become citizens dependent upon their own exertions for their support and relieved of the guardianship of the nation This is t...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
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