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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 28 August 1908

i 4 ii k c i Q i a f 1 F A 3 L 4 w K > 7 I 1 r itT < fJ w s C c THE FLORIDA STAR y 1 rA G w to or X t L 1 l jII t 4 lIi TJ t > fl II J I Y j 1 u fflMBE r 4 f L U Con rvI Supply of 7 I t 1 1 I Natural Moisture Ti < k J t1 i WATERWAY CONTROL URGED c 1 > 1tt IIP t r j t I k ir PrtilSi MG Say Ce pratian J t C a4 ftfetM In Thfr W dc iii f ww AM U the Natfeta Wealth t Cam Annual Ra4ftfaH Anwutmf 1M I t ir Mrs hvadred trillion cable feet of M fe c > 4c MI am average fall w the sur V f < 4v tllit + e et tfEe Uftttod State every year f + v Tfcte tartiiaff statement was made by V Df W J McGee secretary of Ute in S l kid raterwaya commlMton and an ET f > c expert cMUMcted with tfce bureau of y I atk el tile 4eprtnae of agriculture i 3S < V TWp ta mot a kapliaMrd statement > < s as oe part et one wh ee oct lsatl re i t Mtrca kaa mwdeliUi name familiar to V fj etemttta tH whole world over but fjrsr WM ra6e im the coarse of an Inter w < rv flew whkh had tor Its...

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. — 28 August 1908

k A L v i r i tit w < t I i 1f4 I e iLti d T q > THE FLORIDA STAR P M V i 28 r J i 4 < < I J rya I L II 1 1 I ern I t s h1 of tai truer tfcfcfU a Q II fcfU wfcmt if M q II M 7 r n wr t w d ma JIIIfIT ret 1 b Ii MIe < t dot O1 kwlr s M btrfen I 1IIJ tic with 1111 Noel 1rl hir hands q If t J t = IWI f1I Lt attracted by to maid be liu iiR > MwK from her bunch She Mdledet Mt to aotlce but when the urkbIc 1 > rt ks up at daws she will if she reciprocates hit feelings tit the entire bouquet by the ribbon to the handle of the door of the cabin > wherein he resides or alternatively fling it through the open casement of a his bedchamber 4 Paid Fet Their Last rrilayt In a letter written by Count Grzy male who was un ardent admlrer of Chopin the last moments the great musician are thus referred tot A few I bours before he died be asked Mme P tocka to sing some melodies by Ros sini and Bellini and this she did with sobs In her voice Listening to her voice he passed away ...

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. — 28 August 1908

a L t L r U 17 lti ii w t it f 4 < t t I 1 jr < THEFLORIATAk d < 28 o fj I t1 ir ltti1 1 t J iiI vraoi M M n r V IU Mrs Mt MI a prk rbeack OM k rr J a 4T jf v Tkrottf t powerful l X tK were examining e rma tit It was apparent that one of a tfcfNft < as itkiulaatic attroomer t i He Bitmcd suftcfently familiar with if the imallWi Ur to call it by its first i i metKtJ if tars bars first names s V ttr win g his compinlw s attention ° l toga particular itar In clte proximity a 1 totbe handle of the dipper he said ft JTerbtps you may be able to appre 1 ciate the Immensity of distance be J tween that star and our earth when 1 wiy it would take more than a hun died years for a forty horsepower au tomobile running at full speed to a reach it By the quality of awe in his friends 1 voice it was plain that be was unusual i ly impressed as he said No I A hundred years Why man t think of the gasoline bill Laughs Better Than Tears c ti fJ bless all the apostolic college of vrt1 humoris...

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. — 28 August 1908

i r tt V t f > It 1J f j ° Y n 4 k sB rte K M l < AY v 1 a C 1t t Ra = i t + n l 4 7 J X i L r t < I t f y l1HEPI10RIDABT R t 9 t1 th r r i 1a7 t 1 J I r J J I L II < < C It r ar t vtr 1 1 h f C f IiOIIJOE 1 eVEX MILE I AWAY t r it 1 His ii in W k l t Hew H CtfnpCWl the I H jrttTks Nina and Mint A TV1 Inckfent In His Career ° were wonderful iympathy and y aim In the Tolct of Ira D key the famous hymn writer sing er and evangelist who recently died 1 at 1tJa home Ja Brooklyn and It had tTMn endoua carrying power When Mr gankey who for many jraars was the aatodate of wight L Moody sang in Agricultural hall in London to an audience of 21000 peo ple every one of them was able to un derstand every word that he uttered It is an authenticated fact that on one i occasion hi singing was heard a mile and a quarter away It was during the dedication of the church at North z Held and an immense throng was gath I ered there Mr Sankey gang the worldwide known song of The Nine ty 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. — 28 August 1908

F Ii t > 5 I j 1 k f J + j y 1ft I Ii f JL 1 JfjT f ijti T tn TO LP fM < t I G f t tP ir frv I + k n tfrlwl 1 i < n c 4i i s 1OI 2S t 1 THE FLORIDA STAR a AUGUST < 0 n T a t rJ rf Dr D FLORIDA i R m STAB Al j ff rr M ATtAefr EL141 A AL I i 4 iot 1 f i = j 0 I V ji T rri tw Jlh M TIbS1 duI U 1 t < r W at 1 ° lIMIM Mi lK111M1t 1i i jL r t Nir II f + tl 1 III ra twb1klwr F4fVV I i IS mitk BLttilD ETIlt Y MOXNING < i 1 1 ftT Btrwnn FMDAY l1 j t > JJ 1 r ac1AcIPK 1N PER ANNUM I 1t r + + i t I The fiat numb 3r of The Sanford K ti tsi HferW RJ Holly editor and man I ager has been received It is a five 1 d i column 12 page well edited and well 4 J f pointed paper and if the merchants f1 4 aud business men of Sanford and f 1 a t ij4 3 < Oranfe county possess the same i t pride ambition and business ability i J ti itt the managers of the Herald hast Fr t shown it will live long and prosper < 1 and they will wax fat t I ro r jj rtn i ij i f The season is fast approac...

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. — 28 August 1908

1 r r h 4 t c c a Y = v TJHffirFlUORIDA STAR i y ti K 1 ° ail r Y I Fy d I ct i iiB i i 1 j III t I I j t I 111I p d4 1 X I M trr Ji i r ht 4 t It 1 I LL t iI v < l 7 p J T UFE v x 11 It 37 D 4i a 1Ii > 4r 1 V5 I V a tf Afa 3 r t ii + + t lam Tat Ity F i J t 1 fIMJiI KMeWr1 Clr Hk U ii Q M ft CHMra In the Fled > 1tieie f I np iirsis I 4 t IfooMvelt to to be the offl i a presidents 1 it fi party OB the African hunting trip In jpttpuratloa for this Important work rt 4 the yoXing man 1e studying with y Iraftk M Chapman the ornltbologlit K New York city The rttpoaalblHty which will rest on Keratts shoulders will b e heavy for all kto fathers accounts of bta advcn tree in the jungles of the dark contl > M ntare to b4 Illustrated It is also trotrotood that the president Is aax bus to bring back photographs of rare African birds and other animals taken IB life for several of the big museums Including the Smithsonian institution a Washington and the merlcan Mu I seum of Natural ...

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. — 28 August 1908

K f V i v vV r VI f V < < < 1 f f j P trf il rv f y f 4 1 if i THE FLORIDA STAR v f < f AUGUST ii ISK > > C iJ 1 < r rx I HPT I mm > C I N tillS NOTES > c or pi LIttI1iaiMt nuwptiMiki ESvVs y U YMiIJ111IUI k > e < COCOA I o v Cocoa pushes bravely on 5k < sK I I 1 S d < Dean Robottom officiated to an ap v preciative audience Sunday at 11 N iil ar m ti r > Mrs Hill is away on a visit to VMV r loved ones in Tallahassee and other f E p ° AtI Mrs Dixqn and daughter Miss Pet made a visit to Cocoa Sunday i afternoon It is noticed that Jim Hastings has Nw JR b = quite a lot of business at the post µ 4 office of late cIGatorU Travis is thinking of go I i L s into the meat business Look r out s pot Cash j f Mrs J9C Gibert who has been 1 sufferingA for some weeks with a c r i lime f oo f is able to be up again i M 1 v v < Mr Jimmy Taylor with wife and It li daughter is expected home 4 t from St Augustine In a few days I y Mrs Heywood and little tots...

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 September 1908

1 iT I j l I i 1 1 n I r i It h a if > I t J t f 1 t u rrI + 41Lj4ftFLORiDA V f t a + ti j < 1 I 1 I p4 I Wlu J t + r > iil < It Not fo Ouusel es IDoqe Btlt fo tqe qood of Otqe s 2Uso Co 4 r C mJ + + VOL nIX TITUSVILLE FLA FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 4 1908 NO 20 L J3XHIB OF THE 4 PRESENT WEEK Pllgtlt Itttt Ptrtlililg to Eieits Tnisplrii Abut Ton I One week more vacation for the childrenbefore the school term be gins Next Monday the 7th of Septem y ber is Labor Day and is a legal MW holiday To start your hens laying feed them Pratts Poultry Regulator Banner Drug Store Dr W L Hughlett was called = Monday to see Capt Nelson of South Titusville who is quite ill Mrs 0 A Quarterman arrived I i S J Sunday afternoon from a visit to her daughter Mrs A H Johansen at N I Moultrieville S C V Mr and Mrs S J Field and Mr + and Mrs Humphreys of Indianola spent a day or so in Titusville last week returning home Sunday after noon Squirrel shooting is now the order x of the day for the hunters a pa...

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. — 4 September 1908

+ I i < e jjfi v 1 < v u I i Q f F 4 5y jH f F wBv vs lT iff nw 4 I I t ti4 0 i I I + > I THE FLORIDA STAR SEPTEMBER 1OO8 Y r f t t 4 Iit 1M ET GREAT FEAT IV IoxI l 0 J L I Duuvmd Star Held on to Ball > Dropped 550 Feet J i t y i Hr WON ON THIRTEENTH TRIAL f < Plucky Catcher Accomplished Feat 1 re ba 1 i Many Experts Vainly Attempted t f tfhere Dropped From Tip of Wash i ingtea Menumeitt Was Five and r t Threepiart Secenels Falling t J From a little window only a few t ji > feet below the top of the Washington L < tOfiument at the national capital l e there dropped the other day a baseball rack as it used by the big leagues It f r j curved twisted squirmed and then L with a thud and an Impact that nearly > kaocked the daring recipient down loaded In the padded hand of Charlie P x t Street an American league catcher Whea that Insignificant looking M f sphere had landed a feat long consid t r ered Impossible had been accomplish t ed and Street was heralded as t...

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. — 4 September 1908

o 0 C 1 o ti V t t IOr t IIW c t f iI T L f r I r K i 4 < > 14 I I Pta C t y K w 1 k 4 y 7 J k c M Km i w t s 0 tart i jsymmtfiji f HE FLORIDA STAR 4 I t i LM II a r I w r r j 4 i r t ii 1 t b1N a J h j T E 01 t 0 f I i 1 I i If1t r j i II J i If t I f MARATNOI fl AC E I I N h 1 xA t c j4 r M I 1 u I fJ aar 1 Nsy Ti How It Was i J > J 1 Run h and Won V Ti v I I otJ t X tiX e j j J = tfet tiXeft ltr I > 1 > k CAS OF USING BRAINS c 01 1 t f i I 11Kcy Athlete Who Carried Star and t E t trINes to Vittery In Olympic Clas ao Ran Course Without Tiring Pays Trlbuto to Gameness II f Derando and Hefferon xi t Without a word of boasting John J Hay of New York winner of the Marathon race who recently returned from London told how he ran and won f the classic event of the Olympic games It Isnt anything wonderful that so many Americans finished up In front aid Hayes when questioned by Robert Evening World uIt was just a case of using I our brains I dont suppose we are so much faste...

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. — 4 September 1908

Ilr j 1 It of f y s o 0 J t 1 0 1 t < > < i l b r l < M r Ifv > i r C f 1 TWMR ET OP TFfc A STAR e V SEPTE i 1I4 I90 1 taw f I l 4 It t r < FLORIDA STAB C lit > N ij t S IIIMftmlH isda > sI1 > Yi I L W woraa PaWkHi 1 I VfrMJlMD ITirr TMPJLY MORNING i I Ib bdJ ft4 Jr 81M PKK ANNUM 1t 1 For Mveral days past the mails re I M r ctfrwi m Titusville and all along the I cwt for that matter have been very M tiffct Oft account of themail trains < from tte north being delayed by ft YMhottt and other obitacles caused A by the hooch in Georgia and the Car A ctUiMM White the mails are not yet attcmiffhtupwith a large amount k 1tOw arriving daily and the mail ft ikrki ikve all they can handle y oJ i The telegraph is Constantly dis playing its apparently unlimited ca pacity for usefulness A young man A < > f Baltimore the other day went to N York for the purpose of com mitting suicide He wrote back to > s 4 hk father that effect The father promptly telegraphe...

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. — 4 September 1908

< i d x Lc < < < t I r i r t P r THE FLORi > STAR < J r C i d j J c Aifr Ni r tx r > I M j IO n l Y 1 M h 0 ink trr 1I IhIsNI1Nk it ihc f r i 11 Y M1F M W ttL L JIIi tnt qnaptaKtftht aiM tltttb > Xie dii tft oocin o f gtm w bondi ftOturxinc near the P l jt i Liter ont the gumming 1I11I1 Mid tk ark drfei the portion breaking tit These footrot wounds after they begin to heal are so character istic that when once seen they are V rarely mistaken The extent to which J r the wounds spread depends on a va riety of circumstances Sometimes they are very small being not more than a fraction ofan inch in diame ter and more or less circular it out line while at other times they may extend nearly or quite around the tree at the ground In such cases the wound is of an irregular shape Remedy Since we have known that the disease is infectious and un derstood the conditions which favor its spread a remedy can be much more successfully applied The fol lowing brief rules if fol...

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. — 4 September 1908

o J fc 4 1 i 1 t < II THE FLORIDA STAR SEPTEMBER l O tSi r il1 l l < 1 f t w f 4 RJtSTS TDM y f J if II tJI i If sl h W Sep 1 Loan Requesting t 1 r 1 < 11 1 MUMMM to Ritk Payment j f L t a t z f AIL WANTS A YALE PIN j 1 i > f f f i > California CripBlt Begs Picture of r li > I Cat iitiat Fbr Advertising Board and 1 t L1 VVhWI Chalrlaya It U Only Way > v rlt Can Help Himself Along and vi Hr J l Wants to Knew Value of Scheme f J Would you stake u loan of S 200 to r a t I 4 aa utter stranger and take chances of Jt t reliabHrtememt by Jan 11 William r 4 = r i H Taft would not even though he Is tRx w J < a candidate for the presidency and J temperamentally Inclined to oblige rather than disappoint l The question was put In a letter re t celrtd recently from a Newark N J ij woman It Is only a fair sample se t 1 I 3ied from hundreds of begging le an which are found In Mr Tafts V lit alL Most of the applicants for loans f er aid of another character give some 1r expl...

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. — 4 September 1908

j j wlN i i l It it l c j fi f a o cJt < t J I 11 < I 1 Y k n I 1 < Yt Iw 5 1 J > H F ill I P c h f t Rf rl i t 3 M I iI 18oe THE FLORIDA STAR J w 17 i I t J I L I t < sg wbo I 1 J I DctM Mt BI 1 Wt1Whx tkis rk BUter 1 I fat kip tUftt ftiitw I tl bM dttehhi a 1Ip Be t au tap I tW M 1I Itl1Hllo old f el r U I T awdltttir along r In IMwayl moilsTo keep from catch j i t fellow Baxter Hes the wrM boN In town The Curt j There WM a suburban lady whose lathe one wmmer was quite overrun wit moth A tramp told her that In return for a square meal he would give bar an infallible moth cure She et a square meal before the tramp He devoured It then said All ye need to do maam Is to hang yer moth filled clothes and car pets and things on a line and beat em with a stick Goodby to yer moths thenWill Will theft kill them T asked the ladyYes Yes If ye hit em said the tramp Good Book Tis a pleasure in the gloaming when the lights are burning low to forget the hours of labor with their we...

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. — 4 September 1908

l c > w > l J A1 > THE FLORIDA STAR 0 SEPTEMBER 4 1 < i f j LATEST 1 i GOUTY r y > r t L MEWS NOTES 0 JL mt ill to lab i V Y < 1 rY Up tki f Hty IIIfIPll r f < 1 tf 0 fri J NX COCOA > < Here the land of the longleaf t 4 + r pine l w < A The summer land where the sun doth I r shine C c Where the weak grow strong and 1 4 r the strong grow great ri1S Z v 7 Heres to down home the New South t r state 1 1 f Mrs Grant and Mrs Fields of In f dianola were shopping in town Fri r > f day j dayDean Robottom conducted services 11 t 4 i Sunday night which were largely at tended Mrs Dixon and Miss Pet enjoyed services at the Episcopal church Sun r 4 w day night Mrs R B Holmes writes that she has killed three caribou in faroff If Newfoundland I Chief Gibert is right busy these days and nights impounding horses mules cows etc a Miss May Davis is good on choco 1 late fudge and mosquito smudge a Aint it so Gator + y Hrs J C Johnson has returned from a visit to DeLand B...

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. — 11 September 1908

fp vT r 1 0 ITVM T v J > r v t v < < > < < v v t t > T P JV 11 r O ft v f f W 4 1 11 > V > III cv i V > V > rJ A jt AiK i J feV Aty + t r X c 0 r > t r > J L I > Y 3 f t i i > < v r J i Laj w I l p rc 1ti v Sai 1 v < AJ 0 I fl < or f r tt = f i l J i JIP rh kl S > > f tot J r A t imi a q i f 11 + r > j 4 I 1 r STAk 4 l l1 Jy I I J 4 i 1 f 11I11 I 0 tI I ti v I r I n 1 J I i L f > JvTot f ° Oqsel es Slower Sqt f o i tqe < tood of Otlieus Also bo V q III f i p = J V < l r It > I 1f VOIi grrTITUSVILLEFLA FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 11 1908 NO 21 O < I x DOIIIBSOFilE 1 i PIlBSBHT lEEK I fufttt Iota Pe nallll to Suits t g lint Ton The roof of the Rathbun cottage was raised the first of the week i Miss Katie Cloversettle returned to her home at Haulover canal last Sunday To start your hens laying feed them Pratts Poultry Regulator Banner Drug Store Owing to the inclement weather the citizens mass meeting to con sjder the c...

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. — 11 September 1908

TW t trr 1 j 4 0 r r a oj 1 I + l 2 v wjr x 1 rl S k t Y j < < p 4 < 4 r C ifi JII it c Ii 11 j d 11 N THE FLORID w iAR SEnEMBEJIlt 1t r 1 I h 4 A ST AR sET M T 1 < A t f I It L f i I BIG T Af S f J r f1 jl k jr r i t n Mfttt to Git I 1r7 f 1000 Bird J I r 11 UtI I I 1 f ax I r f f i I fl1IIG TEN YEARS WORK i j C E i r a Ji MtlOrldt llt Pttiwein Simi 701 J JIf > LifJM B Natural Hittery Museum r t k t 1 tJr IhruhWfy GraN aiui ak S il Frew Native Haunts UHtl In I f f MsunWng iT J tj1 Attic sight years of prsparatiMi in Iii whk a crossed 1M coBtxaeat four ° r ° Jk ttsits old traveled altogether more ri iJIaa 0000 tyies on land without to w t 1lg7 4 of North America Frank Klekler Chapman ornithologist of the r bMrk Mttsevas of Natural History tit WI York dry has now the satis aetit of watching his work blossom tetf cesapletioB t TM task set for Mr Chapman near t ly a 4eca4e ago was to present In the sjssqpi Avery important bird of the 9r a + r 1 JjBtirtcaft continent near...

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. — 11 September 1908

nt > 11 i II J f 3 + 4r j 3 i 5 JtJiJit i3 k c I r t ift C ± f L > bT j t J i Y jjjj r 1 p oS f r 9 7 < r It 01 tP iII r r 9 L 0RIDA STAR t It w o I Ai j I J 11 Jt i UoMribt and I U T Pr > r t < 1 N f JI 1 I r I f u OF HOOl WUES i J I t W t Aire Yes1ls MIfh 4 VIIYJ at iiPh tatnlci rMrn1 MMr ef M ail M atrr1IIW rlrteee In Crse iMf MM S b fir wiei l ± mil At UM t the Third dtatrtct Iiigkthetrssestabtlr aetrt off Tom pk1Jwl rink N Y tbare are six sturdy little t i fallal tat are lOOn to make a voyage through the strait of Magellan and u tile Pacific coast They are now mak tug ready to put out to sea Three lightships and three tenders make up the mosquito fleet which Is to have a deep sea trip that well might win the envy of greater ships than these They are resting at the pIers wIthout bluster or parade in the midst of the other ships of the service patting aboard tackle provisions and equip ment for the trip I The little fleet will soon start for UM i Pacific coast Of t...

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 September 1908

n r J1 If t 11 v KIl r < r i + T t ti r > r r 4 J i FLORIDA EIt I1 1 < t J 1 t 4 t t r I BIDA8TAJtJ f Tv it > S re > j x I f r I fj f t iit > ° t w I JtflJJUe as 1 lJr u II nllnttr + l Y t 2 2i > t lhilalt 411 IhIk aac n at + r VtYOMUMnD liar niDAT KOMONG 11 Vt i < t x t Iif 1AwriQRI1f > EAIt ilI1N WCANNUM y j I I r i Ji x 4C s iyf = 7 r firm intends to iY1 1 JkJSt Iteiersborg mi > e cf Ice pound tarpon on a tour N throwfhtjie north an advertise kA4k t > MtMtt of the city and themselves Y1 > f Tkk fish will be displayed for a week f fv in each stopping place Parties in i t several northern cities have written t iJt toMk that it be placed on view in i r their respective cities If all other s L towns would advertise themselves in like manner they would be benefitted U ai St Petersburg has been 3 The Florida Experimental Station I j at Gainesville has issued its 95th bul A letin on how to prepare celery seed r bed and when to sow the celery August an...

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 September 1908

1 v > v < L 11 4i ft 1 w t o c J 7 1 c i > j < > T E FLORIDA STAR i5 W j 1I f 2 i I I IIJ T I 1 f e1 JIIIII 1 I iIIil r i ft p J J D bi 4Md 11 la w < a rKIC T < J ± for rT J 01 ws k 011 the Key k Wilt r 4 Tht tobtceo grower over in mid i Florida are up against a hard proposition sayi the IfcLand Record Y r They have a fine crop this year but I s the price offered them IB just half what the preceding crop sold for and they are storing before taking the offer The same state of affairs has been causing some nightriding in Kentucky if we mistake not From all over the state says the Tropical Sun there is a complaint of the high rate of taxes made by the state In spite of the fact that val ues are constantly increasing in every county the rate gets higher each year This is due in a great measure to the employment of a large num I ber of salaried officers for whom po sitions were created in payment of political debts Application has been made to the city council of San...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
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