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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 30 August 1901

W 4 i Z 1 6 TH31JTLQKIDA STAB FRIDAY AUGUST 30 J 1901 11E LAI CROP Of BRASII wags by Drowgbt Not So Serious a > I FJrt1teported Special correspondence of The Florida Star 011 Any 2G When one stops and considers the average temperature In this city for 30 consecutive days be ginning with the first day of the now famous hot spellhe will wonder how the state of Nebraska escaped complete devastation In Its crops of grains vege tables and fruits From June 29 to July 27 the average temperature gov ernment report was 983 degrees and for six consecutive days the mercury reached an average of 103 degrees That Nebraska was not burned up com pletely was due to copious rains during June the absence of continuous hot jivinds during the heated term and chiefly to the self sustaining qualities of Its soil The extent of the drought Injury In Nebraska has been generally discussed and the conclusion has been reached t1u t not less than half a crop of corn will be marketed Corn Is the greatest of N...

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. — 30 August 1901

fIn FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY AUGUST 30 1901 7 t TLW1 mE Trllj Threvffk tke Midway et the Paa r f Atttt4e Yxpaettian Special Correspondence of The Florida Star BUXFALO Aug 27Let us enter the Midway and fly the goose I dont know the origin of this bit of slang but it Is in common use at the Pan American exposition and has evidently come to stay Flying the goose turned Into plain English means a trip through the Midway This is a wonderful Midway with Its great variety of shows and confusion of tongues and discordance of music No one who has ears to hear will fall asleep on the Midway It Isn very noisy place Various devices are used to attract the attention of people to the concessions There are brass bands reed bands fog horns music boxes bells and other noise producers all going at the same time and creating babel the like of which has seldom been heard before These are situated on platforms where also the free per formances or ballyhos are given The term ballyho though an old one was not ...

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. — 30 August 1901

IO > 7 A Ji 7I I > i 4 w w 1 8 ih W ti I THE FlORIDA STAR FRIDAY AUGUST 30 1901 St A ic y r L C COCOA BUSINESS DIRECTORY 1 L HUGHLETT ac D LT DANIEL D D StlrAA over The Indian iver Drug Gos stores the leading Drugestabllsh Mtt of tha IttdlaH river country WILLIAM HINDLEUndertaker and Em 1 bfthaer Bicycle and Sewing Machine sup pliei Tinning and Pipe Fitting Repairing of Every Description Agent for Beveridge Steam Cooker F2ANZ LIFE Practical Shoemaker Forty e years experience all kind of repairing done nice and < < Mf also ladies and mens shoes made to order 60 TO J M SANDERS The Old Reliable Store for good fresh and reliable goods such as Dry Goods Saddlery Crockery Hats Trunks and a full line of Groceries aVIS HOUSEopen all tho year round Pleasant location facing the river on river front Rates 200 per day special terms by the week or month MELBOURNE BUSINESS PIUKCTORY MELBOURNE STATE BANKCapital 15 000 F H Fee president C M Horton cashier The only bank on the lower rive...

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. — 6 September 1901

7va r t 0 c < S CO C WO l 1t f 4 I o 1 r f 8 f p 0 t < hjf l t T Ni < r J > f > f Y4 A < 1 0 Vi t t A j i ri < s 3 J M i a 1 j r i f ii > t < k > n I 1 1 Kt > xW f b l 1 I j A i J L a Cf J JIIII C 1 0 < 0 > J < 40 < t Jf k i w i 4 1 0 1 I Y 4 < J h Not fo 9Iics 4ioq 1Ittt fOil t1t f Q 4 f Oj1vz 1I1s i tc i f1 t t < i e L r 0 i4f VOL UIIi TITUSVILIJSi PLAt FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 6 19O1 NO 2O j c 1j W CUt llrllM lki l a1ii et WlMU Is Getac oa Xa aa Attest TiftUe Hr S F Gibix of Melbourne wa in town tti first part of the week GLtttii ssr makes al Pr rrl y Mr and Mrs Henry Titus returned Sunday afternoon from their visit to Jacksonville fi Mist Plebe Cleveland is in Jackson ville this week on a visit to friends there leaving here Monday Mrs E S Cotttant and little son move to Jacksonville this week wheje Mr Content is now located Mr B W Munshaw recently of this place now located at Neoga was in town the early part of the week Mrs MA Barnes an...

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. — 6 September 1901

k r f t 2 THE FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 1801 M > Pr GEN RAL > DffiECTOBY IOCTTC 1rhVTT 1 BOARD OF TJUDE 4 X ll b4ttiti Dizwi < triM nqJ G Btttt atcrafereC MWte ecead WwiM i a y aSpt im MCA ootk at their mewl I1 Jk LlIJMiIa liver lodge No SQ holds ftfMMtiM tfe Need sad fourth ffrUa vMiafli f wtckoatk at the court bow JL A atewftft W M F A Morgaa 8ecY TOWX DUtXCTOKY TOWK OFFICERS D Penney 1GYfN M 8 Jeaes Jr marshal and tax collector C8 Stfcayler clerk and treasurer John Henry nmcmor D L Gcuiden F A LOB ley J M Dixon G F Baren Jno R Wal ker coaacilBaen The council meet first Taeeday im each month COUJTTY BIKKCTOKY COUNTY OFFICERSA D Penney Titua yUle duty judge Jaa Andrews Titus Tille prosecuting attorney A A Stewart Tituftvilte clerk circuit court J F Woot ea Cocoa tax assessor E W Hall Sharpes tex collector F H Boye Titusville treawirerR E Mims Bonavonture superin teudeat public instruction J O Fries Ti tuaville county surveyor J P Brown Ti tuayille sheriff T J Cockshutt...

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. — 6 September 1901

5 > f l > 7 t i T = I i 1 1 j L t Z II t n f < Q + t i 4 A tA + LiGr s Mr F y r 1M11 atMrw J r J r d r t 4 1 I r ktWCT YLORIi 8T YRIDAY 190i 4 1 l J I 1 t J i J l < < I tt fa lrJ j Smt fLORIDA STAR FRIDAY J SEPTEMBER 6 1901 lIJfrt t 3 v IT 4 m mi pit ii IK PWat Derrys kt YJrr ie 330 Celebrated at J4 1ext I t 8p4tet1 Carr3teadaroe oi1 Jw Florid Star BUFFALO Sept 3 Rhode Island day Sept 10 will be celebrated with Im posing ceremonies at ltle PanA ri can exposition It marks a notable epoch in this history of the United States Sept 10 1813 Commodore Oliver Hazard Perry won a signal vic tory over the British squadron in Lake Erie The British commander Captain Barclay was killed and every ship of the enemys fleet was taken and added to the American navy Rho4eIsland is preparing to celebrate the day in fitting style Governor Greg ory his staff and a Rhode Island regi I PEIOIYS TTCTORT ON LAKE ERIE From the celebrated piloting by W IL Powell meat will be here They will be abl...

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. — 6 September 1901

V L > 11 1 I P rl < c I J 1 s < s k 1 t J TH1 FLORIDA STIR I1IDAY SEPTEMBER 61901 Jo THE FLORIDA STAR i srt ref attka II M4oc at Tttwrillt M 11 N l au attr tI < 1fi WIJr di a 4 r1t411ilaar y nujuntp > EVERY FEm XOMCIKQ av id OX iezixn AXXTJM J 7S CltKTt FOK SIX MONTH 8 alt a 11 < r Jlat rriabi fs AppUMIzs ft MMt W s1s Arly a deniood that neither TIm STA Hr its editor fe raposaible for Ixp iOMed fcy corraqpoadenU > d tbicr1bra will confer a favor on TIm Ara if tky will notify us of any failure to nteeire their NLper JodL THE conviction and sentencing to life imprisonment of white men at Wetumpka Ala for taking a negro prisoner from officers and lynching him is well calculated to make those who are so ready to take the law into their own hand think of the result to accrue to them for such acts hereafter in that state j r ir T T 1 iJi i U LJ LJ SANTOSDUMONT the airship maJn is said to be a slave to omens He will not make an ascent in his balloon until he has had a ...

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. — 6 September 1901

UOl M 74 > Joi tjr r P nt Y t F k 3 r 1tjl rl hJ Tr ti SF > 4 4 JY 3 jJIIII = I r < S i ft < rt yi i t t j < 8 h c 1r d f J 1 I 4 r f T t < x ioJ f A > c7 r C t L c e oi M fi p J j E MTAZ e r j THE FLOE1DA STlft PIIDAYSIPTMBtR 6 1901 IS = lv TflW11i 11 IaM Owws a Will a Cait I u Lb t i i < 7Na DIII Yallq aBU The MW s bi X 4 n pd ri r pw oc tttW will mo be Pt iM oruo Tb WLi i tHlnrK AM BOW ttHtftftid in tnMIeni 1M w1oleayt8tJ1 flOlll TalIabRMto tbe Trioat county aetti Attbewaaiioaef laQQ arpriMBc dis covery WM made It WM bud that the trMMirer WM m no way accoanUble for the tax certificates in hit ciwtodyj that he WM not even charged with their val ue and that in fact there WM absolutely no system under which the certificates could be checked or accounted for There was multitude of certificates thousands upon thousand of them amounting in value to probably over a million dollars lying up there in Tallahassee in an ab solutely worthless maw They were not on the ...

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. — 6 September 1901

r1 = r U 1 V U 1 r tf t t Jt a f r < t 4 r > r afdw ter p It I AtlyrM w t s s + y + wo lr re v Ny Yv3gs rw f 7J g i 1 ST S I l J i T LQBIDA 8TAJt RIMY SEPE 1tiiB E R 6 jl00 1 4 ft d t i t h S 1 j W I L I t JIT OfIIlIISl WS < iikefef C1Ie4tt Jtulyfr tiw Ckeer 1d atklet lit eTAry Mt1t lecIi oerripi dcBca of Tile Florida Star J 4 R NEW Xol 4 f ept s As a rule humor tit are iancboly set i Kow fend then up pobt the ex c tfoqwhlcb proves the rule Mr Jobn J Jennings author of the famous Widow Magoogin 0 papers now being dramatized for the New York stage IB a very geulnr5x eption From any Indication ln bis manner he would not be mistaken for the professional joker Indeed his good nature Is as expansive and cordial as that of the remote relative who is chief mourner at a millionaires funer al He personifies another contradic tion to a time honored belief viz that newspaper men are failures in litera tnre His book when put upon the stand had a large sale and since then It has Increas...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 6 September 1901

t rp FLORIDA STAB FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 1901 I FiLTTLEg i MT t i t y Y tilts W 1M 1M41PI7 b t TyKt r Cnh1 cndcel Niiw YORK Sept 3At the pettiest f 1Ietre tM qwtio of what we are toWr eo OUr fiend ii the priBcip l one Op otBgs galore there are BOW end after a day of rashLag from eye plmc to another at sight oat tfelaki it all sver and Imla that there Is quite tire great a dtrerilty of form as there was before But velvet felt chenille and phlluea leave taken the place of the straws and chiffons All the same chiffon U not entirely out for many very pretty hats hare the crown or the brim of that dainty If perishable stuff One stylish model fuss the brim of a soft gray and the crown is beaver felt of the same shade Over the left side of the brim curls a black plume made of emu feathers dyed black The ends of these are tipped with cream white chenille which looks like beads This falls over the brim In rich profusion Very pretty and becoming is the bolero turban shown in the Illustration This I...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 6 September 1901

L tJh i r > f > i f C < r I < 1 i t t1 f J r ro r > If < e j > F L < i f a l I < ye r THE 71x2 DA t3TkI 1IIDL SEPTEMBER tit 1 1 i t t > J + s l JI A wvLu aooKurrr x 4 D LTDAXIZL p P ft OflLot r c IM I EYer g cwrM 1eai1lCDnc ltRWW n Mitt sf tiM hrdriver owatiry WXXiLXAJC HINDLZUMeeiakrr aM Ea ieeerp hC i Jl h t ajasJ I1ewiac Xaekias J VHMvVVV JBM vMB WL IWWHHK 4ftCV IW asp iii Tinning ad Pipe FitiiPif EepalrHlC DIId A iMt fetBeveridfi tea k f ilxL LIPP wI8Ht Laker Forty prrlereK all kiad of reiriac IMIIIM all ta alsolaiiee iwra a deto ecdar OTO J X SAND TM Old B liaU awn for good fresh asi reliable goofe aask M Dry Gee ift S a ilwr Creekery Ha4 c Trualcia a fall line of Graoerlem JAJKTIE HOU8E Open all the year round fltMnmt tootioR facing the river OB river fm ltt BatoaftOO per day special terms by tae Reek w with L KLHOUXNK BU8nn DX1tECTOJtY ML1OUBNE STATE BANX Capital 15 MI F H Fee president 0 M Horton erekler Tie only bank on the lower river a ineapp...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 13 September 1901

I f J T t r > c v < < saggv t y > if O l i i r W 4Yi r a > JE > r t f J v < fi r V 1 < M t l lo t r IJ t f J < f M 1 J 1 > l c 1 0 r l c > c y c < j 8 A y t < 7 N ow ID H f i > > c c c L > c J < i 1 I L To Y d 2 i f > < 7 y 1 > 1 f 1 t i c < < J t V > Not atc 011ifse1es 3ioqe Tha tlle < tapti of ot1te s jliso p > c 1 h o l < c T t 11 VOLXXII s TITUSVILLE FLA FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 13 19OL NO 21 s uam tOOl1 tets nc WbIa t WMt OeIag oa Its MUl Abet TltUTill Gardner iaaka ap cial price Fri day Dire S D Geif er and two children j have joined Mr Geiger at West Palm Beach Miss Willie May Gould returned the first part of the week from A visit to St Augustine Mrs E S Coutant and little son have gone to Jacksonville where Mr Content is now located Mr J A Collins purchased a fine Lud wig upright piano this week from E B Wager our local dealer Mrs A A Ford and baby were return ing passengers to Fort Pierce Tuesday after sp...

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. — 13 September 1901

< 4 L > IL 1 j 4 It 1 1 ° t n J f 1 itti f il t THE FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY SBPTKMBBR13 1901 4 4 J = f GIBRAL DIRECTOET r h Y1tj OAItD OF TRADE fI rI J1L DiXM trrt J lisa eirsisli Assts feud Wed 4y aiffbt in Mteh JMQtk at their rots T k JLJL b ai Xivar lodfe No 90 ltd to MinfiitiM Iliad sad tort Friy rs1 fi ot MbGk jM tk at tbe court toe 1 j A Ju tewart WM F A KoqJI S + cy TOw DOOeCTOKY t TOWN O1TICOS A IX Penney mayor 1C M3 Mi Jr BMndMl and Us collector O S Sehiykr clerk and treasurer Jobs H ary w tmor D L Gulden F A Los Uy J M Dixon GF Daren Jno B Wal ker e 6 tisci1Men The council meets first Tuesday IB acl aaontfa CXWJKTY XHKECTOKY1 COUNTY OrrjOKlS A Penney Titoj rule oMBty judge Jaa Andrews Ticas rill r6Mc tig attorney A A Stewart ntwYUl clerk circuit court Ji F Woot MfGooM tax assessor E W Hall 3orpes tax collftctor F H Boye Titusville nBEMiias BoQaventaresuperin Mntietlt public instruction J O Fries Ti tuaTi11e county surveyor J P Brown Ti tesville sherifl T J Cockshntt LaGr...

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 September 1901

> < f I > 1 i1 < Ti f > JIt t L I r ixv i F t 1 d 4 w 1 It i q M r I 4 x 5 t < jL Ift ti Y l L n i i 127a 1 X TH J FLORIDA SEttR I I FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 13 1901 f j i j i 1 It 14 ist 3 4 > I b r i tfA e d r I JI RUIU Of Ctfll ao < tt 1 Ilai i ll Fathlb1t Ta sdrzs IWJ at 0 i xxp 41 1 Speci4i > clTlpi C4 of Tla Florida Star JSujTALO Sep 10Fw visStr to the PinAmerican exposition expected to Me any representation of ancient America or of a civilization which ex isted centuries before that of Euro e Mexico has here a small but interest Ing collection otlhls character repro duced in plaster There are other mini ature displays of a similar nature in several of the pavilions erected by the southern republics In tlie Honduras building there Is a large collection cf genuine ruins that date back from 3000 to 0000 years and perhaps are even more ancient than archceolof of the present day sup pose But admitting the ruins of Co BUdB OF COPAX Group of Mayan relics believed ...

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 September 1901

i P t f r i < 4 W > e Jti C i 1 1 ATS 1 tt < < 1 o jte 1Itf t f < M c y i A t t T f VJ > > s < t > 1ii f i 10 4 THE FliORHU STAR FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 13 19o1 4 < If THE FLORIDA STAR uatu atTiWaTilleaa r 1 7ewtii ltssse mil KWc r < ihc sJ rwWiw P02LI2JIZD RYERY MOMOHG Y 1UJW + OKUTIOX SI PIX AJOOJM v t 7 carlxT IOK SIX MOXTS WeriIbc RxtR Farata1ted OH AppUMtl Tt J Mt clearly amderetood that neitfcw This > rUt mar its editor U responsible for 1 8 xpnM d by cerre8fJlcleBtL iJIIMcrlHni will confer a favor on THE 8Tu If sy will Mtify us of any failure to MMT their pQer MB BRYAN pronounces the story that has been floating around in the newspapers for several weeks that he had purchased a tract of oil land in Wyoming and was pre paring to sink a well upon it with the hope of striking oil to be wholly without foundation It Mms that he hasnot invested in oil f P jl ten Wyoming or any other state t < < says that his only busi naasenterPrise is The Commone...

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 September 1901

rr4 4 1 = J > a t at i Fi J 7 c jj i i t S < r 4 r tiS w f r jI 1 > J V 1 to t C I i 0 i D 7 7 f 1 r V r 3P r 1 f o If 3Pft r 1 f < 4 i1t i T R JCoI WI FLORIDA STJUT FEIDAY SEPTEMBER 13 Wl J f t i ft w y J jilL + I t > = r I 4 t ro t f 1 111 j II I lIIt > 00 1 J JE WJ T rhul1r v r iMrCT nnk lulu It isitiii V tf owr I dMtt to beer Atom na with a we P duribi f o r baa lifu4 somxwd l r 1 TM jtalief Mtttra U the old dayi AI ens tht seen of owr feather oating 1r1MN w aaa Ips la far canoe in regular ID < Kaft fcahioii zbo spend a few weeks holiday tinder canvas alone with these JfMda1Sd rugged wlrrorndi and enjoy the splendid sport ia lib and game which this chain of lakes affords In the old time of thirty years ago the out fitting for aoch a trip was a matter of much thought and care for if you over looked any such little matter as your supply of matches it involved a weary pfcddte of over twenty miles to get them Well so much for the past jiwt by way of contrast to ...

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 September 1901

i 0 J r f > ti b 1 THE JLORIDA STAR FRIDAY J SEPTEMBER 18 f 1001 < I u t t = jV H i I r l r 1 Z P L j DiXf1itUQ r w Sir Tk J St atttiuRa an lily Ocean Herg 4fceckl einrtpe ae ce of The Florida Stir r N J1f You Sept 3Every one is tally awftre tfcat Sir Thomas LIpton doe not do thing by halves anti every one also knows that this Is espe dally true regarding yachting which is a princely luxury as he Conducts It HH pufky on both IhanU x k bas beets aoaiethlng eBQimous and the ImsOKH stinted expenditure on the steam yacht Erin the name of which already fa miliar to Americans from the fact that in the races Id which Shamrock I sailed for the Americas cup two years ago I DICING tioqX OifTini EUni the Erin was very much In evidence as tile jrefisel on which Sir Thomas enter italped his guests Well It Is Shamrock II now but it Is the strme Erin the same doatlug hotel the same miniature sailing palace and while experts have dilated on fho gract1 rind beauty of both Shamrocks the 3ErIn h...

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 September 1901

I > or r C i2 i r < I 1 t rs 4 k to > tI 7J 10 Y J < r r 4 t Jt J j It d 1 < J 0 < 1 I i < < ii t r f f f i t IL J if 4 i L r FLORIDA I STJJt FRIDAY SEPTEMBER t I3 J I90L l i > r l > i 5 Jf UJ I v 1 rJlwiMIIi11i t rlGa till aC fii Y iacttUiR 1 I1tU i I1SePlodd ILr JLmot hfarf t lJeptl l1te ot Aftttttfcm of tb wmrtioa of the aaMKiat of w to b paid the work nilt tbe mitt fcer has drawn an mi wMitM d ip 6 t attentfoa npoa this New KocteMl town wb r Tint Cot toil rtJfTw triumphantly ju Jfl the oath Without cotton t111a busy city would probably fever have developed Into anything greater than a sleepy coast town As tIs Fall River can lay claim a d justly to being the great ect cotton manufactiiring center on the face ef the earth It wag 4n the year 1813 that the In dry had Its beginning a beginning that was by no means announced with a flourish and t blare but unostenta tiously and In a small way on the banks of the river from which the city derives its name ...

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 September 1901

fY T J f rr f < j i < t < 1 J Y < 1 c f > 1 t l Jl a A s I 7 t j Y 7 i j i r J > > Ytk J 1 µ + f Y 4 c 1 rA Ii v tiJiJ 1i I W THE JJLJID BlA JJlm fJ Bn1S1 l tic > r t n rT Z 1t Jf DL T DAYIZL 8 D L over fte Iadi a 3 Ii Ca > r 1ctoYtc irdlrt Drq 1 I tiMai of t1t e IMlat 1Icalriry i xnmL1Uhkr ar Eta il Jrif y ellliu asp > and Ftp Fiwtt Jetiria ° D I wtt K 1J k 1 l LL fI fiNenak r Ford tf1 kid of riDc = xis aadle a WJ beaks Q TO JT Jt tA l > i TJe CM uw a far tao l fceebstrd rlktt f S4 u b a Dsy t odt lie WsI7 Cheektty iMsTrtt t3erd a tall line of GHllriM = sam HOUSE Op a all the year round PteMMit laortktt fiMactk river on river f A dO pez lay > cil terms by Yrik of 1Mftta rLwH7xxxI ufIESB DIIttECTOIIY lOBLBOTUUnE STATE BA2TK1 Ca pltaltt5 M F H Fee pretMeafcOi Horton s irir The axly MllE OB UM lower river 4 IM phMpp1erecr Brefllrd county 0 JPQItT MERCK gui3Ey iS IITtECrORY JP PLATTS Phy Wftm agd Sarfo C6U1 say point OB tbo river promptly wwtiI Fn t ...

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 September 1901

O t iL < f J r < < to is 1f STAR F a a a T c 1 > 4 0 t Lj r r 1 u J I r J IF w 0 4 j fr I p y f Not fOi1 Oi1iel des tt 1 o e ttt fo tlte too f of Ot1t s IDso t < < Lixrr TITTJSYTTTE FLA o FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 20 1901 NO22 i e8RRm UHL IKH r Brief XMitkMi et What In CHII On IB a 4 Abet TitMYlllV r V Gardner maka specialprie Tri Uy Call and inspect our Hock New and useful novel tie in gold and illver WHALERS JEWELRY STORE Mr Alex Near of Eau Gallie was in our town th e > rly part of this week Fish Warden T A Robinson was in town the early part of this week I Capt Frank Houston of Fort Pierce o was circulating among his old Titusville friends on Monday Mr R R Gladwin was in town from Fort Pierce the first of the week on a I visit to his father and mother Jiliss Lena Mendel moved her dress making rooms from the bank block to the Scrimgeour building on Monday Mr L R Decker returned home Tues day from Jensen and will take a much needed rest from contract and carpenter work...

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