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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 13 August 1909

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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. — 13 August 1909

r n w T tL 11 c Vf 1 oZ ti t f I rf I A 1N 0 41FLbRIDASTAR j hIJ n e I u 9 7 v r < 0 I C J < 1i1 J j L < I ii ii I t i f t 1 J 1 i I i J j A t i I 4 i tab that some westerm TW r rr had been veea wear ii C Ucfe bats and full dress Mgt wbfle at work In the Aelds may not have been stretched so much afjec all when we learn from the recent gave rnWlent report that files is to be such a great year for crop In fact never before bavq the fields of America yielded such bounteous Mrvests as they are going to this year it being estimated that the total value of farm products for the first time in the United States will pass the 8000000000 mark Corn alone will make the American farmer not far rom 500000000 richer this year than be was last The wheat crop this year will be at least 63000000 bushels and experts sty that it is not likely to fall below s L1Q bushel for a long time to come j That means 729000000 worth of f wheat will soon be on the way to the I elevators Last years harvest ...

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. — 13 August 1909

1 w Ir r4T < W ftl ii I r I J if v C I 1 I THE FLORIDA STAR 4 Jt1Gifrij 1m < m r THE FLORIDA STAB d IMSr tittellNpIS4ItaitM v 4est P aim nail bbr llla s w 9i1lle rhII JPU1LMH1DXV1EY FKIDJLT MOlHIKa tS t y tIr = laraId H y t1fOBdCilTTIOx 1J its AMJCUIC v Ear Appointed As a result of the motion made by Hon LC Ifaapey special council for the railroad commiion before a f Judge W B Sheppard theUnfted States district court for theHortitern district of Florida at Pensacola re cently Judge Sheppard has appoin d Hon Emmett Wilson of Pensa cola as examiner to take testimony I to be given by the railroad commis sionof Florida in the L t N three < ctit rate case This testimony will be presented just as soon as a date an be arranged between the counsel for the railroad and the counsel for the commission r r i Jettitt for Mosgaito Inlet Thelaatissue of the DeLand News statesthat Mr Thomas C Budding t on of Hawks Park has spent the week in DeLand getting out printed information relative t...

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. — 13 August 1909

t K I < j I 1 r It r I I i IrJ J 1 I i V LI I > I L t r f f iO 4 J I I S 4it tt It I It 0 t r to i t 1 t i 1 tI d J j rd 1 t t t h ro t I > THEFL0R A STA R 1 J r f roit f r r a 1 i y I 5 f n r I I J 4 V SBl l1 IttLCom f = tit Coot Hurd Com i Bt iew yew Secon f 1 importtbe totcw 1 ifcl West Qf the a Eut C9N1t iail ili thi c et mcteldmg along the r cofcitp l tfck itt e beinc con cted by the FloridaCoMt Line M t 1 ud eoDpIny onda i fbrtwtte in lug its bare of the gmt undtrtakinft that V r r have for their object the improve rnent of traneportatpn facilitie be Ess Court eipedally favored in thk regard By the fart of tlfe year 1910 there will beau open waterway from the quaint seaport town of Mayport at fr the mouth of the St John river all the way through to Key West At the present time leas than three N miles of land separates the ends of a the inland waterway and thisgstretch practically divided detween Duval and St Johns counties a I N Twentythree miles of open water way up ...

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. — 13 August 1909

L I r < tirvSi Jix Wf p r 4 t I IrI 300 V k i r jJ i I ill t a I t J a I r J t I J t 1 < I I I Ji 4 8 9 THE FLORID STAR I Atfa TsT 11 lQOI t t WANTED TO MAKE HAY t A pffifei PwrMi CUrk WKh Little L ft d P 01 + vi i 1 U nfeoirtrind 4 1s Tfiy TIL cler gym ctario the pftwh an l then Johm the pftriih clerk did just and only net what bt liked A It edin 5 ° diwentcr had died and his wife haS I named a day to the near for the funeraL One fine 11 in July tk funeral Pllocelrsion duly ayrivei ani the near advanced in full canon Seals to meet the corpse at the churchyard gate To hu amazemen the widow advanced toward hint in a perfect fury shaking her fist in his face and shouting Do You call thin religion Wheres the gravie t Tig shameful to a poor lone widow Wheres li a gravie grave I tell e you S id s The vicar then for the first time perceived that John the clerk was milling and that no grave had been prepared Upon inquiry he was told that John was haymaking in the park A messenger was...

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. — 13 August 1909

C 4 t t i r t t t jIfl I w 1 1 111 1 I J 10 t tf a m 3 it t 1 r 1 6 v r 54 ° fl r t 1 x r r c t fJ t J J f 1 t J1J i 1 t iW rk Y wy w t a s Sr I p J III < V v m F r 1 s 4 i 1L jjfi bT nTD A STAR r i Lilriwr1Ilu AIt r u i L r A 1 3 7 r a tj 4 p iij i b C i < t > W t tIl i 1 1 1 I to N P i 1 1 P it1 il c a5 F WW WS BB PvSv ft > a5bids r 1 r objeeb J5 W fe 4ife tow feat 51 IO featray Vy Us w r s r W 4 < = thaiarMt I U i arMt f P v I trn i T II Z ± on srrIia ia JComt fr wtiiI s op and was 1 1Jtp the dealer 1 tNlltiUI doh and ° 1 oLe bad I iathl w1iaichtrhe Ira t cwkoaH the dub but not the n was so leased it a that he arf fto bey 1M lit of wiick it wai a part for of th customs of the shop WI t toUtart iptcimtn apart Y from the group of wnkh it formed t the principal otjict The baron pticl iiMinly for thi 1f ole lamenting fthat there was no ewer to stand on 1 I t dish t iteddepartfd for Florenc4 f There lit was visited blD agent who told him of an old lady who wished f to s...

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. — 13 August 1909

pM t dlr l frrJ Ct a r t t i < y t i J t tI f 4 I V a J r I r I y Y t l j 8 > i L THE FLORIDA STAR 0 < j V 11 f S ° T t > 1 R1YEB iEIS NOTES 1 OOOOA s v Capt Bart FWd varied a Arty te i Oefree Coco Soaday rHrfl CiMcg > White k at borne froiata i visit to rtlatiTM in St Augustine r Dr W Lincoln and wife have return ed from tteir wadding trip to Switzer land and are visiting relatives in West Virginia c Mrs Frank Allen continues to improve S in health and we hope soon to see her out again Every one is beginning to think of f school time MrJ Fiske is at Battle Creeks Mich + where Mrs Fiske Mrs Hardee and Mrs Ronald are sojourning Mrs JF Mitchell and Mrs L T Daniel are enjoying new pianos k Mr George Paddison of Eau Gallic e was in town on Monday He and his wife expect to leave for the Seattle Ex position on Tuesday Master Ennis Robottom is visiting the family of Mr A B LaRoche at their handsome villa on the hill The town has had the weeds and grass I cleared away from th...

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. — 20 August 1909

O Y J 4 > < 1 iJ fl t 11 11 J f J 1 L I 4t 1 t J r I r I t r a f w pj j J J 1 Not fo t OqelPes A1oqa 8qt fo1C tle Uod oOtlte1Cs 21so Ir i a = VOL XXX TITUSVILLE FLA FRIDAY AUGUST 20 1909 NO v 18 t < DOINGS OF THE Ft PRESENT WEEK PUg eit Motes Pertalniig to Events TrasplrinS About TOID Mr Geo C Houston of Eau Gallic was in Titusville Monday I Have you seen that special sale offer of skirts at Klines this week Mr G W Hanford is on a visit of several weeks to Green Cove Springs t Mr Ed Fitzgerald state inspector of 4 jails and prisons was in town Wednes day and yesterday Rev B F Brown of Orlando for merly of Titusville is spending a few days in Jacksonville this week G Scholarships at Stetson Law School DeLand for Florida boys unable to pay c full tuitions Write for information Mrs J P Brown and two children G and Mrs M S Jones Jr of Quay left Wednesday for White Springs for r a visit Messrs F G McMullen Harry Jen nings G S Saylor Sam Jennings and Col Gilmore all of Walton spe...

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. — 20 August 1909

rr r I rwt v y 1 f j t f I ti fit J f I W Jt I I o I Il 11 I I C j 0 L i 1 t j 2 THE FLORIDA STAR I A1tev to 1 r I i J New Yorks Big i L Mir r c U1 If r Par b1WSIFiWlt die Wt IMeC WIfIWNt a w t MM B DfMciw A MtytfiKy I r > Fir liitiviit 1M l < I 4 Q y JAMES AEDGERTON i i I OatrNewYaiaoGctwposidwt r tip TONS for the Bad aonFvlton celebration which I k to be held Sept 25Oct 9 l > c f are well vader way The re production of Henry Hudsons ship the k Half Meoo la already here having y keen aenborenin a freighter from Hoi 1 land t asdtthGIermoQt IL being a fac simile of the steamboat with which J Fulton first navigated the Hudson has been launched and is rapidly nearing t completion The Half Moon or Halve Maea as It la called by the Dutcli who built It as a popular contribution to te centennial cuts A + queer figure 4 among the gigantic liners fiat fill the harbor The ancient vessel In which Hudson discovered the river that bears I lily name is only a scant = seventyfive 4 feet l...

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. — 20 August 1909

aa fK 1 r J IL < JWi t i V j Wi f 6 i IIIIrluIIu j I I j r 1 r Io t 1 r t f t t 1 1 bl1O1 THE FLORIDA STAR 3 1 4L 1 Building the Cape Cod rJ C nal 4 b 44 44HEN August Belmont recent ly turned the first spadeful t of clay in the work that him now begun on the new Cape Cod canal he started an enter prise that has been mooted almost ever since the landing of the pilgrims As early as 1600 a citizen of Sandwich noted tho narrow peninsula between Barnstable and Buzzards Bay and conceived the Idea of a canal From a long residence on the southern shore he bad cows to a lively appreciation oi the dangers that attended ships en deavoring to weather the cape as all must do that sail for Plymouth and perceived that such a canal as be pro I posed would do away with the fre quent and fatal wrecks that made the t eastern shore of Cape Cod then as It r is now the graveyard of the Atlantic I Unfortunately for his purpose the f t council of Massachusetts Bay Colony I was too much occupied with oth...

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. — 20 August 1909

T r r J 7 i r 11 r i I rb f 4 jr T H P FlkOR TB A STAR ATJOU T 90 1009 i THE FLORIDA STAR terM at th I a at TiannJ aiii eielMt Mil matter Bflte B WIICM Cdltoraa rib4Ie FJJILISHED w11 y FBIDAY MOENTNG At tettialg Bata Ftarraialri ea Applleatlea li r h HJBSCKITTIOPf 814M FKK ANNUM Y R 11 Rose one of the sharpest bnsinew men in the south who made his pile selling whiskey in Tennessee v t and Jacksonville has disposed of his Iv P btuineee to retire but he does not z c state whether he does so on ac coat of the largeness of his pile or whether he is fearful of tie future i 0 of the whiskey business Florida but it probably the latter r r This week has been remarkable weather for South Florida inasmuch as we have had unusually hot weath er with a continuous west wind night fJL and day since the latter part of last x week We are so Accustomed to the k ocean breezes laden with moisture cooling ozone that the stifling hot td a west winds are very < oppressive and 1 wilting We have merely h...

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. — 20 August 1909

k 7 p J > J 1 J l V t f r jt i I eUftIlltM fl THE FLORIDA STAR 5 I IORESHAIS IK TRODBLI TkiSMtlftKHi MifiKi tlr talk it Tui That most peculiar of all peculiar religious sects which is located in Lee county and known as the Kore a ahan Unity and located at Eatero ii about to fall as did Rome by its own rottenness Within a few days so press reports say there will be filed a bill in Tampa asking Judge t Wall of that city to appoint a re ceiver for this organization The claims held against that body is enormous one Tampa lawyer hold ing something like 50000 and two Tennessee lawyers were in Tampa re cently concerning claims for clients An insight into the organization makes very interesting reading and we herewith give the story Dr Cyrus R Teed founder of the sect died recently and when his re mains laid on the bed in his room for three days and refused to show any signs of life or Teed did not appear t in spirit and take off his coat and get down to work at his desk his follow ers l...

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. — 20 August 1909

a I t J ii r t fill I i ll IF I THE FLORIDA STAR AUGUST 2O ism I y I yMERELY MERELY AN EYE WASH Th Chemical View sf Tears Differs rem the Plett eal View Tears have their functional duly to accomplish like every other fluidbf the body and the lachrymal i k i gland i 8 not placed behind the eye simply to fill space or tq give ex piMfion to emotion E The chemical properties of tears c consist of phosphate of lime and soda making them very salty but never bitter Their action on the eye is very beneficial and here con sists their prescribed duty of the I body washing thoroughly that sen t sit ive organ which allows no for eign fluid to do the same work i Nothing cleanses the eye like a good salty shower bath and med ical art has followed natures law P in this respect advocating the in 4 vigorating solution for any distress t ed condition of the optics Tears do not weaken the sight but im p prove it They act as a tonic on ti the muscular vision keeping the c eye soft and limpid and it wil...

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. — 20 August 1909

r < rT r 5 v F < 7 v rr r r > < ii f t T i i 0 s I J I v f I > I J 1 Ii > 11fta f id iil THE FLORIDA STAR I FADS OF CRIMINALS Murtfmra < Wh Wra Party eclat M u Perneoli Apparaltpi Oscar Slater who murdered Miss Gilchrist in her Glasgow flat Q ed himself a typical dandy even in the condemned cell and also a in slated or instance from the very beginning in being l called fir Slater and each morning he chang ed his linen varied his neckwear and demanded polished boots Similar exhibitions of strutting peacock vanity are not uncom mon on the part of men doom I ed to cie on the gallows Wain wright on the day preceding hie execution absolutely refused to dress because his clean linen had not arrived from the laundry and a new shirt and collar had to be bought for him When the even ing arrived his last on earth Tie craved a smoke A pipe and to bacco were brought to him but he rejected them wifh disdain He would have a cigar And he got it Lefroy who murdered poor old Mr ...

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. — 20 August 1909

T w X n k L f 0 jI I r t 1 t r C h C q a I 1r < 8 0 THE FLORIDA STAR AUGUST 20 1800 IF r iRIYER JEWS BOTES ttfr v c t 1 COCOA w I 1 The 1Gait Galii Uy played ball bore I last Tfckrtdmy There mere a number t of iptc Uri ud a kafe was given in f i the opera kogM at night The game i wail ra favor of the howe team with I i Clement LaRoche in the box Tunie Davis catcher and Clarence Jones on first baseour high school force We bave had several good rains late ly and everything looks refreshed The hogs have got down as far as s Point Its a call for new fences There is no use planting until they are built R L Dixon has had his beautiful margin cleaned and it looks like a park a pleasant halfmile strip along the road Born to Mr and Mrs 0 K Key o Aug 14th a son Mrs R V Douglas of Jacksonville is visiting her daughter Mrs 0 K KeyRev Rev W H Cresson is having lumber hauled to his cozy place at City Point to build a boat house for his launch 1 Mrs Mary Thomas who has been visiting relatives i...

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. — 27 August 1909

s a w vpt jfj x n > 4 1 I 1 S I S t iAft TEE FLORIDA STAR J rig tI 1 < Not fo OqseUtes iUo e Bttf f 0i tlc Qood of Orels iUso I VOL XXX TITUSVILLE FLA FRIDAY AUGUST 27 1909 WO 19 f L DOINGS iI OF THE PRESENT WEEK 1 Pugent lotes Perilling to Efeits I Transpiriig itoit Tom Childs bicycle for sale cheap Inquire at THE STAR office s I save you seen that special sale offer of skirts at Klines this week i Mr and Mrs R R Gladwin returned s to Fort Pierce Wednesday afternoon I Dr J J Roth and wife and Mr J 0 Roth of Philadelphia are registered I at Hotel Dixie Mr and Mrs D B Clark and two I little daughters returned Wednesday from a two weeks visit up in Georgia Stetson University at DeLand has taken a powerful hold on the best homes of Florida See announcement page 4 Mr J D Frink who has charge of the workmen who are getting out cross ties at DeLespine eight miles south of town spent Sunday in the burg Mrs Wallace R Moses of West t Palm Beach accompanied by Miss Ellen Porter have gon...

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. — 27 August 1909

I P1 i I P1v v < < 1 I J l r + S i t I 2 THE FLORIDA STAR ATJQUIT 37 laog I p t = fIII t a 4 i The World What Authors j BM p Of Books Are Doing r I I RECENTLY Elder Haggard Jud J > t x the experience of giving his daughter in marriage to Ma f jor Cheyne of the British nny In a silk hat and other attire that IB conventional for matrimonial i t Uccasiong Mr Haggard looked to be quite a young man although be is now fiftythree years of age It is probably I as the author of She that he has gained hhf greatest fame and in speak of his early work recently he said My entrance Into literature was purely an accident Even after my re turn from Africa I had no idea of en i taring the profession 1 went to Af rica as secretary to oe of the gov ernors I was In the country at the < time of the war and left disgusted at I the outcome While In Africa 1 made a close study of the habits of the aa tires and the country generally In consequence when I returned to Eng land 1 was In a position ...

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. — 27 August 1909

S v > tm t JTW I w r r + r r + r1r n 5 + v r y + r sw rf w 1i a t j I 0 1 4 TT e w t 0 yt t t V J I J z r ATTOUW m7 lO1 THE FLORIDA STAR 3 I P = 0 t b Target d Work Of Uncle Sams Big Ships M I HEiSE are the days when Fa T ther Neptune Is nursing a Revere o vere headache and the mer maids have gone abroad to take the rest cure for Uncle Sams giant battleships of the north Atlantic + feet are out at sea thirty miles off the Virginia capes where for some time they will practice drilling and target practice The cost of this work Is ogle of the heavy Items that go to make up that huge naval budget that Is often a cause of annoyance to those who fail to see the need of a big navy but the officials take the position that nO amount of money no matter bow great Is wasted if it results in giving the navys marksmen the skill that wins battles Without this certainty the whole establishment Is rendered useless One day on a battleship during tar get practice is enough to bring home to the laym...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 27 August 1909

< > p = n yr r I 1 j t 1 t i 4 I THEFLORIDA STAR AUGUST 27 1803 b r tHE FLORIDA STAB I EMraiattbsp teceatTituri11eu 3 4eaM sail matter MUte B wager C41teramd PaWlaJaer PUBLISHED EVEEY FRIDAY MOXNTNG rt AUlax Kate FaraIa ea AUeatlea f t UB8ORIFTIOK 81M PER ANNUM 0 Although a number of storm warn ings have been issued during the past week the East Coast has so far r escaped a wind of any violence A disturbance is now reported over the Yucatan Channel apparently moving i s toward the central gulf It is very E probable that this blow will give PFlorida Florida the goby f The effective work which has been done during the past few weeks by Organizer J A Reid for the Citrus r Exchange affords an example of what earnest intelligent and persis tent effort directed to a single end r will accomplish The Miami Metro polis ventures to predict that the next crop of citrus fruit will be mar keted to a better advantage than 3 t any crop the growers of Florida have ever shipped The grower who ...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 27 August 1909

rr n 4 l I C OJ I J 7J n y t i 0 f Y of 1 tTJft 17 IIOi FLORIDASTAR 5 n Wt ti1 ML Oraagc Groy Jt wiWa tAek1i ia The Florid Fruit aM RlwUe Xs Your editorial in the News of Atig TMfclS Hunting an Orange Grove hat been ret4 with much interest A + aeries of articles Much as you describe by old and experienced growers would no doubt prove highly benefi cial to the newcomer as well as in teresting to all your readers and perhaps somewhat amusing to us old timers in citrus growing for there will no doubt be many conflicting opinions that will puzzle the novice in the business But this is natural ly to be expected when the different soils different methods of cultivation 4 and di erent fertilizers used are all taken into consideration If I should set a dozen different groves I should no doubt change my method in some degree in each of them for it is so easy in all occupations to see after the work is done where one could make decided improvements The newcomer who sets a grove be he ever so ...

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