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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 14 June 1901

Jj k o THE PLOEIDA STAB FRIDAY JUNE 1418QL 3 I oil Ci U7 OfME ti t f A Ii Prtiy a easeI4h1e I resats Ihe 4 > srrilli i ti 7 4 IIse aaw = JPer t Special Cornrpendeneel NEW YORK May 2RThe use of ap plique lace in the making ant trIm ming of summer garments almost sur passes belief It Is said that the most If the point irlsndalse or Irhh point Is made by the Indians of Canada and northern New York and besides that many ladles mare this lace for them selves Up to the present time no one bas succeeded in making It by ma chine and this is almost the only kind that cannot be imitated by machinery Therefore it is a stamp of elegance to HANDSOME CANVAS DRESS have a trimming of Irish point on a dress or other garment For dress skirts It Is not necessary trf have the pattern so fine and bolder outlines look better than the liner pieces which are better seen on the waist It is quite is often put on cloth as it is nu the thin sheer stuffs and silks Certainly there are many other laces used to...

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. — 14 June 1901

7 l 4 ftJ J r c TH t noRIDA STtit c ritN 1 I Y r nmAY 14 19C1 u 1L m letk spot Itiou are attiJig ill a taurant where w eMeS are ill aftendance you will e now and in again ag some own y young woman ut her hand to her back and straighten If up white te lip are tightened M if by pain Its backache Yet all day long she must w be on her feet lifting carrying hurrying That weak spot the back can be made strong by theuse of Doctor I Pierces Favorite Prescription It I cures the wpmanly iseases which ause headache backache side he nervousness id sleeplessness it makes weak omen strong and sick women well wellFavorite n Favorite Pre scription contains no alcohol and is Absolutely free from opium co caine and all other narcotics I wrote you for advice February 4th 1890 writes Mrs Itoma Halstead of Claremore Cherokee Nat Ind Ty tl was racking with pain from the back of my head down to jny heels Had hemorrhage for weeks at a time and was un able to sit up for ten minutes at a time You answered my...

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. — 14 June 1901

fc7 T > J t 12 I THE FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY JUNE 14 19QJB1 r c 4 < I f lell1 at Last A travllnc man who Is absent from the city about 00 days on Ncb < trip carried a pair of hoes to a German hoemaker to be half soled before leav ing on a tour through the country towns The shoemaker was accustom ed to selling articles left with him for repairs It not called for In 30 days The drummer stated to the shoemaker be would be absent from the city for at least 60 days and would not leave the shoes to be repaired unless he was assured that they would not be sold The travelers trip was prolonged to o days When he returned he went immediately to the shoemaker for his shoes The shoemakers Inability to distin guish between have and half came Hear resulting In his receiving a thrash ing Have you sold my shoes asked the drummer 4tYa 1 hat soled them replied the shoemaker What In blazes did you do that tor yelled the traveler You told me for to do It And then the drummer engaged In a bit of sh...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 14 June 1901

or 4 It c 1 r t It I I f < 4 iil i 11 THE FLORID flT lV YRID Y TTTKTR 14 100L FLi IIIIMLIDRll MOT MEETi 1w ttis e r e el tJae ArtIcles Read lkfere That Bey From the Flora Agriculturist Hr rinooln once Mid it was bad F 4o swpb 18e8 while cfOliini policy the river St Jaek80nvllle Augustine had to be lubMituted for 80 near the time of meeting that it caU8edsome some confniion the nMon and yet attendance was little if an below that or former years any w The citizens of St Au Augiutine 8 covered themseves with honor in their elegant courtetues and handsome enter talnments beitwed upon the society It is a satis faction to belong to an organization which is so universally esteemed and to which the people everywhere hasten to do honor as they do the State Horticultural society President Tabers annual address was in its first half h toxic and graphic in Its latter half practical and suggestive a ec w51 m > paper of which the society may well be proud Merely to make a brief mention of t...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 14 June 1901

i = = J t7 < C j L > 1 tI t j t o A oI l 1 f K k > I 1 < l u I f < J j j > 1 41 6 r THE FLORIDA STAB FRIDAY J JUNE 14 loot f f = 1 DM Ys M Kvcr Drew a Fly Winterer other fete might befall It naturali t agree that the common house fly cannot be drowned and many experiments have been made in rela tion thereto Included in such tests was the Im mersion of a fly in a tumbler of clear cold water with a piece of cardboard to fit the glass and floated so as to keep the insect beneath the surface So little did the fly trouble about such an obstacle that it kept near the bottom of the glass and there for a quarter of an hour ran about as freely as in the fresh air while It at times crawled across the underside of the pasteboard aS on the ceiling of a room After being Immersed for 20 minutes the flys movements were less active and at 25 minutes it turned over on its Bide apparently dead It hung sus pended in the water Just under the pasteboard which kept it from rising to the...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 14 June 1901

f rHE FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY JUNE 14 1901 7 augrz ei 1l ttMer t till e wackier Hflh up on the Laraml Is r11I e there a UWeatlon e aiaton called = mana mere ere 1rter1n Wtering place fo < < traIns on th hr UnIon Pa CUI Psniflv M clQc M > bon z f > I railway Near by It he gigantic AIe tl c pyramid of atone 00 high and 60 feet feet square at the base which was let up by the railway as a mQDume 1t to o Oakes Ame Ames and Oliver In the latter shoes there arrived at t Sherman u a Shabby person of melan cnoly aspect who put up a shack western for shantynot far from the monument Ostensibly he was pros Pectins and he continued to prospect for three years without accomplishing any results so far as could be ob served At the end of that period the management of the Union Pacific re eked from him a communication de landing the Immediate removal of the onument from the premises which r 10 claimed as his under the homestead lawThe The matter was regarded In a hu morous light at first but...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 14 June 1901

if 8 THEFLORIDA STAR FRIDAY JUNE 14 190L c COCOA BUSINESS PHUECTO1CY rLHUGHLETT M D L T DANIEL D D a Oficoi over The Imdkm Slyer Drug Gos stores the leading DntgMtJU went of thft IsdUn ricer eeaafay SF TAYI8 fc CO ExclMiTe Whaleaa1 Grocers carry the largest stock of General Merchandise on the ewt coast of Florida Can meet all coaapetitkm Write for price WILLIAM HINDLR Undertaker and Em balmer Bicycle and Sewing Machine ap plies Tinning and Pipe Fitting Repairing of Every Description Agent Beveridge Steam Cooker FRANK LIPP Practical Shoemaker Forty years experience all kind of repairing done nice and cheap also ladies and mens shoes made to order THE TRAFFORD BAKERY First quality Bread made of high grade flour sent to any address also neverJailing homemade yeast cakes Ice Cream every Saturday GO TO J M SANDERS The Old Reliable Store for good fresh and reliable goods such as Dry Goods Saddlery Crockery T Hats Trunks and a full line of Groceries JARVIS HOUSE Open all the year round Ple...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 21 June 1901

fr > t 1 x 1 i v < 1h fHE < iJ a < 8 o r a f j > > ii k 7 i H 7 H < r J t to 1 t fIF to j tJ r M J 1 fJ I 4 t 1I Not fOif Otjtfsel es 1I1o e Bqf fo tle QooeL of Ofljeus Slsio I J j 1 o Ii l VOL XXII TITUSVILLE FLA FRIDAY JUNE 21 1901 NO 9 i UrfII lOOAllMOKI 8 Llc 4 > t SrIl Mantle et What Is Gelsg OB IB and Afeeat Tltmsrllle Dr C P Platts of Fort Pierce was in town Monday and Tuesday Send your watches for repairs to W M Woodward Titusville Work guaranteed Mrs G W Scobie was quite ill the first part of this week but is now im proved Messrs E E Swinson and Willie Fa ber of City Point and Sharpes drove up to town Monday The governor has appointed Murray E Hall of Sebastian to be a notary public for the state at large Mr Pierre Branning is taking several weeks instruction in law with Mr Geo M Robbins having arrived in town Sat urday it Blue Duck and White Duck for r ladies shirts well worth 15c per t yard now going at 10c J B Walk er Co Mr Charles Campbell repres...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 21 June 1901

< I J j i r t Y i i 4 f s 1 2 L j 8 mar F rnRm A STAR FRIDAY AJUNE 21190U c i ti 1 4 i fT it r It k4 Grafted 11 aDd Budded T1 Oran tD e Trees 1 000 EAOa Grape Fruit Fruiterfu Tagerine l Homosassa1 i Parson Brown Pineapple r Ruby I St Michael > MajorcaJaffa i Jaffa i Mandarin tl f and Du Roi Blood VV t on 5 and 6 year old sour T > orange stock 4 to 5 and 5 to 7 feet well branched trees at 35 t 40 and 80 per 100 Order samples and bo convinced of their value t f Supply of these large 3 t trees Halted as above t Ff c VV OC > NNEEI Ocklawaha Florida H A HODGES Satsuma flights Fla Dealer t n and Manufacturers of YELLOW FINE AND CYPRESS LUMBER Frnit and Vegetable Crates Estimates furnished for complete bills of lumber to be delivered at any point on th Fret Coast PROFESSIONAL CARDS GEORGE M BOBBINS ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW Will practice in State and United States CourtsOffice Office at Titusville Florida D L GAULDEX ATTORNEYATLAW I TITDBVILLE FLORIDA County judge of Brevar...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 21 June 1901

T T y Ja t t1 > r l q ° Cf a v r f r l Y J R 4 i > y a l < r i t It f oj d P L 4 r r 0 f t a w r 1 i > fi J 1P 1 t A o IIII t J > < i4 F t t to x w t 7wIr itIm THLFLgRIDA STAR FEIDAYVrUNE21 lOOt i J4 > I 8 i a2 I f C > WEL i t Qe II a DFSCIUPciON OF LAND d o I a a 1 It ge4d = S = aw axE 8 < 0 II ERjU ce South i of block U Rice addition i A ADeGrauw Titusville S3 21 85 1 9t All block o t 1 R1Ce 100 a addition Titus Theodore Titus AlVlilb1eIc2 83 21 85 5 4i block Ua 2 Titus addition Titus vUle w R nO 1L Lots n Qa 04 01 35 a 10 La 8 9 block4 Titus addition Ti 1 AnneticCleve1and Lotut IIVlblll M 21 35 8 10 t 1 black 8 Titus addition Tit ae vllle L B Bigelow 21 011 1 UtI AI I ow Lots f La w S 4 6 714 block 8 Titus ad Flora Turbett Lot Obnlocktusvile 81 21 85 543 5 block 8 TItus addition Titus S 3t Strickland N villa 34 21 oJ Oil Ian Northeast 1 of southwest 1 except Chas west 210 feet 21 21 86 57 1 85 G41 UJWI Southwest 1 of southeast and south east 1 of southw...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 21 June 1901

p 4 THE FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY JUNE 21 1901 1 Y1 r g THE FLORIDA STAB X t i4mttk ts pe + tIlttt at TttiMYill u it IHwPvBx rilh M Wgr Jidi6r iwtd rwsker y CJBLI8HSD EVEY YKDATMOSNING j t t U SCRIPTION 1 PXR AJTJOJM 0 ii 78 CXT3PO SIX MOXTH It vdv rt1 Ilag Itl4iet tu9islla Appusn J It rarest be clearly i 4erttQe4 that neither i > THE STAY nor ita Ml r U rMptmiible for pinions expressed by corrspo denU r4 dabecribera will comfer a favor 011 TJn iJ 1TAx IT they will xotifyu of ay Blare to receive their paper Communications on live topics especially of local interest are solicited Bat the editor reserves the right to condewte them to snit Brief items of neighborhood Dews always desired THE kerosene preventive of mos quitoes might Ire tried by individ uals at very little expense Ac to the Winchester Va experi ments only a little kerosene poured on the water of their breeding places is necessary to put a stop to A mosquito propagation l BREVARD has acquitted herself nobly in the result of ...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 21 June 1901

¼ stits raj w rt A f l + f q F I I > 1 11 f r < l I j L TAR t I J t PART TAT O P a es 9 to 12 IncluSive VOL XXII TITUSVILLE FLA FRIDAY JUNE 21 1901 NO 9 Tie Height of tke T1tJe There was a certain Major X who h 2id tor some years enjoyed the reputa I f tion or being one of the wildest men In I aw India Making a call on one occasion < m a mess he found Captain Z whom q8 he wanted out but the mess waiter as sured him that the latter would soon W return wherefore he waited In the an teroom of A few minutes later the mess ser un geant happening to pass the window the noticed to his surprise that Major Xk if had passed Into the messroom beyond C08S and was applying a tape measure to ope the mess table Naturally considering ope7 this an odd proceeding he mentioned iDI It later on In the day to Captain Z who took counsel and then begged a favor of the colonel which was to allow an inch to be sawed oft the table legs In due course Major X was invited to din ner and the mess was the...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 21 June 1901

Iy 1 THE FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY JUNE 2119GL l > > P 1 r 0 f f xai er Hitt i N1ML fle wilting for the train the bride 4 rT n < brlderoom walked lowly np and J = down the platform I dont know what tlila joking and t f guying may have been to youn he r remarked but its death to me I never experienced such an ordeaL Its perfectly dreadful she an f1 4 swered I shall be so glad wben we o get away from everybody w e know tr Theyre actually impertinent he went on Why the very natives r z At this nnpropitlous moment the < wheezy old station master walked up t to them h o Be you gain to take this train 1 he Basked i Its none of your business retorted the bridegroom indignantly as he guid ed the bride up the platform where they condoled with each other over the r Impertinence of the natives l Onward came the train its vapor curling from afar It was the last to their destination that day an express M Nearer nearer it came at full speed Then in moment it whizzed past and was gone Why in...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 21 June 1901

r d X 7y r w f f r 5 t < I < l I4f1 j < < f r 7 > If < < < > t VMMK THJlJLORIDAST FRIDIYJUNiE21 tI tarn 11 Jek Tar > t Jolly is the word ttLtd with the jack generally UIO Heis the picture of health and the health bube Mt blu q in over mirth and merriment Whet people are sick especially when sickness attacks the lungs the doctor often advises a sea voyage But in the large majority of cases the sea voyage is impossible It is to the men and women of the workaday world to whom sea voyages or change of climate are impossible that Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery comes as the great est earthly boon The effect of this medicine upon those whose lungs are tt weak is re markable even where there is bron chitis spitting of r blood emaciation weakness condi tions which if un checked or unskillfully treated lead to consumption tt Golden Medical Discov ery in ninetyeight cases out of a hun dred works a perfect and permanent cure It strengthens the stomach and othe...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 21 June 1901

t t > l d2 I THE i FLORiDA s STAR FRIDAY miNE 214901i r i i t I I Talk K 1114 a Fear i It1 tfiiw Mdd tbe barber to tHe 1 I muaf who was w riB < < a betf ar claW a hta watch chalnI Isuppoee YOU Idlltd that boar yourself T YI I did way the reply Was It a friirij bear It wan A big one r Abot the be of a 2ytarold steer Gee whiz How many bullets did It take to kill him 1 Not any at alL Brain him with an air ° No I talked him to death r It took the customer 15 minute tt get the rest of hit shave and during that time the barber didnt peak an < ether word Exchange I Twe Narrow Irl h EaeIIe An Irishman seeing vessel very Ilea vlly laden and scarcely above the waters edge exclaimed Upon my owl if the river was but a little high er the ship would go to the bottom See there exclaimed the returned Irish soldier to the gaping crowd as he exhibited with some pride his tall bat wIth a bullet hole In it Look at that hole will you Ye see If it had been a low crowned hat I should have been...

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. — 21 June 1901

= u t a 3 I 1 r i THE FLORIDA STAB FRIDAY JUNE 2L 1901 Ii ra NtiPtEOERI A Vaat DtilKersa 7a Ct alai Cltr e u et Shetk From tie Florida Homeeeeker To those who se have never visited Flori > da aU pIneapple sheds aro the lime There is however a vast difference not only In the cost but in the manner of construction between the sheds 1d along the Indian river country and those on the west coast and in the interior of the state In climatic conditions the pineapple grower on the east coast has a moat de cided advantage over the growers on the west coast or the interior of the state The sheds used on the east coast are what are known as huIf sheds It which require no heating apparatus while the fined used on the west coast and interior is built tight like a house and requires heating apparatus to Insure the grower from damage by the cold waves that sweep over those sections Various appliances for heating are in use such as charcoal and wood furnaces gasoline and kerosene stoves and open...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 21 June 1901

4 6 THE FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY JUNE 21 1901 en I ft MHerle > Iu ay Disease Many people are seemlnfly well dur In the week but afflicted with all Banner of ailments when Sunday comes around and on Monday they are all well again I really dread the ap proach of the Lords day for with the day there come to inamy of my flock cold sick headache pain in the side and nausea while numbers complain of that languid feeling Sunday before list I spent really an anxious day for there happened to be absent from the services quite a num fcer for the best of reasons of course s rushing In the head a touch of sciat ica cramps toothache hardness ol bearing catarrh torpid liver inflam mation of the membranes lumbago and worse than all that tired feel kig QgThen Then what greatly distressed me the Peat day was that Mrs Henry Van Blarscom had issued invitations to an at home for that evening and the fear well nigh paralyzed me that but few would respond seeing many of her Invited guests bad been absent f...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 21 June 1901

rJd rr THB FLORIDA STAB FRIDAY JUNE 211901 7 f 4 ltrlttrr a rarka It would give a genuine and roll tiou Turk a fit If he saw how lIttle appreciation Americans shoW for the rose and what little reverence they have font spoke fl W a florut OIVY Tke aB he wrap ped the foil about the stems of a bou tonnlere The rose Is beyond question the pret tiest flower that blooms and It was so considered by the Turks many years before the conquest of Granada There Is a religious legend generally believed In throughout Turkey that the red rose sprang from a drop of the great proph et Mohammeds blood Everything beautiful nature Is ascribed to him The Turks therefore have great rev erence for the flower and allow It to bloom and die untouched except on state occasions and for the purpose of making rosewater After the conquest by the Turks they would not worship In any church until the walls were cleansed and wash ed with rosewater and thus purified by the blood of the prophet It Is used on the body fo...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 21 June 1901

4 0 J > > > 7 L 4 t f 1 iM fcji f 1 HI S 1 t 8t r 0 THE FLORIDA STAB es1 FRIDAY JUNE 21 t 1901 tI iict 7 4 1 I f f l h i 7 a < 4 fJ fi 7 r 1 i ti r GRAND CLEARANCE SALE f J + l it k i I Ptepara1ory to Annual Stock Taking it lJry Goods Rbboj Laces Embroideries Millinery and Notionlf M74 G < > A T C < > ST i 1 F y S4JUB WILL CONTINUE FROM JUNE 2 l TO JULY 15 x O Co 15c per yd Ginghams and Madras lIe m 12 l2c per yd Ginghams and Percales 9c j 8c per yd Apron Checks Amoskeag 6c Rescue Plaids and Checks 60 v Cyclone Plaids and Checks I 5c Ladies Hose Black 12 12c quality 3 pr for 25c f Lawns Dimities Organdies Etc Etc from 5c to 17c per yard y The values we have to offer are too numerous to itemize Come and see for yourself Our stock is new and uptodate I r < 3MCal3Ce Use O ± Thls Oppor1 UnIty MATT ORDERS RECEIVE PROMPT AMD CAREFUL ATTENTION rf rrr nmvr R WALKER db CO > 9 TITtJSVIIIE COCOA BUSINESS DIRECTORY W L HUGHLErT M D L DANIEL D D S Offices over The I...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 28 June 1901

I t FLORIDA P X STAll 1I 1 Tot fo OqcselQes Slorqe 13qt fo te toad of Ot1te s iLLso I I VOL XXTT TITTJSVILLE FLA FRIDAY JUNE 28 1901 NO 1O CURRfMi lOCAL lACOMIC8 brief Mention of What IA Going OR IB and About Tituaville Mr G F Ensey of Tropic is in town for a few days visit Send your watches for repairs to W M Woodward Titusville Work guaranteed Mrs Lett and children expect to move to West Palm Beach Thursday of next week where Mr Lett is now employed Archdeacon B F Brown has contract ed with the firm of Roylance Klopp to build the Episcopal church at Ft Pierce Master Carl and Miss Mabel Schuyler spent Sunday at Rockledge visiting their uncle and aunt Mr and Mrs J E Better Archdeacon B F Brown will hold di vine service on Sunday the 30th in St Martins church Jupiter at 1030 a m and 730 p in County Assessor J F Wooten of Co coa spent a part of Monday and Tues day in town to meet a friend of his on business matters Mr August Deisner left for the An cient City Sunday where he has accep...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
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