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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 14 March 1902

5 < Y A 4 l 1 fll S fy e r Ii t 8 I rr JI f THE FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY MARCH 14 1902 3 1 1 t I 1 1 j I VT Y HEARD t T i 1 > IN ic J Washington H t I Special Correspondence WASHINGTON March 4 Washing tons preeminence as the convention I i city particularly the womens conven i k tion city has again been demonstrated During the last fortnight there have s4 gathered here for their annual meet 4 ings the Womens Suffrage association the Daughters of the American Revolu tion the Mothers Congress the Chil dren Congress and the National Coun cil of Women which have brought to the capital hundreds of intelligent and attractive women from all parts of the country While most of these organi zations have a serious purpose and the delegates In the main are thoughtful women these gatherings have their pleasant social side Also there are displayed many smart and pretty gowns The meeting of the Daughters of the American Revolution is socially the gayest of all these assemblies as it Is in some ot...

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. — 14 March 1902

L jL L r I l1 Ii j i > L i I i a t i W I 3 Wa I i < a I V L 1 I 0 c S 4 k > J M f > r S I r t J i r T i 4 THE FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY MARCH 4 1902 1 J THE FLORIDA STAR 1 i Catered at the poetoffice at Titusville as decondclase mail matter EllU K Wager EdItor and Publisher 3 I 0 PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDkY MORNING 8UBKC1SJPTION S150 PER ANNUM SIXXONTH8 75 CENTS FOB SIX ar 4 I I Idvertisinxr Kate Furnished on Application rt must be clearly understood hat neither THE STAB nor its editor is responsible for i opinions expressed by correspondents Subscribers will confer afavor on THE i 1 STAB if they will notify us of any failure to receive their paper Communications on live topics especially of local interest are solicited But the editor reserves the r ght to condense them to suit L Brief items of neighborhood news always desired I March 17th has been fixed as the day for the vote in the senate on the ship subsidy bill It is pre dicted that the bill will be passed r An exchange makes ...

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. — 14 March 1902

TWrlhlll < nfaTftn j 1 > rf Lt V Jr ir rrrTl T J > V J a4f j J r + 4f f tOi li j > J 0 J s L I 0 r Sf < t i 0 L H Ji C I i J f i z 1 fi r S THE FLORIDA STAB FRIDAY MARCH 14 1902 r 5 1 e r MUHUfNUmIUD Bf HE BOERS Casualty List Shows That Three Brit b Ish Officers and 38 Men Were Killed and That 200 Men Are Missing Burghers Captured Four Guns London March 10General Meth r uen and four guns have been captured t by General Delarey General Methuen was wounded in the thigh Three British officers and 38 men were killed Five British of ficers and 72 men were wounded One British officer and 200 men are miss Ing t IngThe x The fight in which General Methuen was captured occurred before dawn March 7 between Winburg and Lich i tenburg Orange River colony The British force numbered 1200 men The Boers captured all the British bag gage General Methuen is retained as a prisoner BOER MAGAZINE FOUND British Soldiers Discover Munitions of War In Cave London March 8Lord Kitchener In a di...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 14 March 1902

iStvJ J C r I I t J1fc 1 ft > < i 1 4 w 4 i L i 4 T V f 1 r > j 5 i 1 ay 1 6 THE FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY MARCH 14 1902 k < v PRE81 I I BS I D18COiERED r71 Fantantic and Intere ting RockPalntlaga IR Central America E Special Correg nder co of The Florida Star f t BOSTON March 11 Perhaps the stron t gest tombstone In the world Is one dis < covered by Teobert Maler during his t µ explorations in the Usurnatsiutla val r ley in Central America where he was engaged In conducting researches for Eft the Peabody Museum of Archaeology t and Ethnology Harvard Er The ordinary traveler would probably have had some difficulty in making up i his mind that it was a tombstone or in t fact in determining just what it was intended to be at all but Mr Maler ap plying the methods of the trained archaeologist I chaeologist seems to have deciphered It with ease In the report of his two years of in vestigation Just made public in Cam A PREHISTOKIC TRAGEDY bridge Maler tells of his rediscovery of...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 14 March 1902

J 4 T r 1 > c I l r r j j 01 c7 > i t fcv > I 4r a 1 THE FLORIDA BTU FRIDAY MARCEL 14 1902 7 f h s r 1 GRERl TOE Sit a t e America G oda to JrlU the < Crystal Palace I During 4 Coronation + ft ti Special correspondence of The Florida Star LoNDON Feb 28one of the most attractive featuresof the < oronatJori of King Edward VIL at least In the eyes i of Ameclcans but one about which lit tle has been said willbe the big Amer u r ican exhibition at the Crystal palace the favorite playground of Londoners This exhibition will be Interesting for 1 more than one reason t r Representative business men of this city are a unit in declaring that the to INTEUIOll OP CRYSTAL 1ALACE manufacturers of the United States never before have lidkl such an oppor tunity for advertising their products to the rest of the world ais the Crystal o palace show will offer to them That American producers realize this Is evinced by the way applications for space in the palace are touring in The Idea of...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 14 March 1902

c r f ° jy s > v CV J J fcTl 1 r 1 < < 1 54 < C < < < c < c < < < < t H < < < < < < < t < I f 1 kJ 6 I t ip j I g I i j t < J1 I S 4P r THE LOBmASTARFaIDAYt 11 ARCH UA9C2 H coco A yrgpresg DIRECTOR W L HUGHITT M D L T DANIEL D D 8 Oficee over The Indian Biver b Dng CVii4or e tTwlaadimg Drag tablbh t at Y tthsI i u tir ewfey WILLIAM HIWDLE U Undertaker and Em baldier Bicycle and Sewing Machine sup t plea Ting and Pipe Fitting Repairing Ea ef Every Description Agent for Beveridge Steam Cooker f FBAN UPP Practical Shoemaker Forty HP Is r years experience all kind of repairing y done nice and cheap also ladies > and mens shoe made to order f GO TO J M SANDERS The Old Eeliable n Store for good fresh and reliable goods each as Dry Goods Saddlery Crockery Hate Trunks and a full line of Groceries f t 1 JTABVIS HOUSE Open all the year round r Pleasant ocation facing the river on river front Bates 200 per day special terms by t...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 21 March 1902

T K r 4 yx < g J co I J J ItiAbthIj r r STAR 1 yF t r IlL C IlLi tl 4 v ot fo > OqsebPes Slpqe Bqt fo i te C ood of Ot1te s Also r t f 5 r L XXH TITTJSVILLE FLA FRIDAY MARCH 21 19O2 r NO 48 < 6 i CURRENI lOCllICOKICS t y r Brief Mention of What Is Going On In and About Tltumville i I Send watches for repairs to WM Wood ward DeLand Fla Work guaranteed 4 Mr John C Jones arrived in town t Tuesday and expects to remain here for several weeks i ti Bishop Gray passed through on the northbound train Tuesday returning from his visitation of the churches along the east coast A fine baby girl put in her appearance W Monday at the home of Mr A Hadley at Sunbeam and both mother and baby are doing nicely II i ° St Patricks day Monday the 17th as I j f ia quite usual was a rainy day but it was I a welcome to the w groves and spring gar I dens The wearing of the green was conspicuously absent in Titusville W J Temple the printer who was in this town last week and claims that he k e was he...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 21 March 1902

JU1 A > ff f fl 2 j r r 4 J j tj F r ill 1 it I i y > i > d I t 2 > THEFL9RIDA STAR FRIDAY MARCH 21 1902 t c i L t t y 15 f W t I fENEEAL DIREcTORY I I x BoVIETIEs ETC t frt i TITUS ILLEBOARD OR TRADEG M Bobbins presidentJ M Dixon treasurer i Q Bast secretary Meets second Wednes fr i t l z day night in each month at their rooms I F AMIndian River lodge No 90 holds 4 1 its meetings the second and fourth Friday evenings of each month at the court house f kt J R Walker W M F A Morgan Setfy J o s TOWN DIRECTORY F 4 TOWN OFFICERSJ M Dixon mayor B E Mims Jr marshal and tax collector t Gregers A Frost clerk and treasurer John t Henry assessor Jno R Walker G F Da 0 ren J L Carruthers F A Morgan S G Vanlandingham councilmen The coun cil meets first Tuesday in each month ORDER OF EASTERN STAB Friendship < Chapter No 11 holds meetings first Tues i day in each month at 330 p m and third Tuesday in each month at 730 p m in Masonic Lodge room Mrs G M Bobbins worthy matron Mrs M A S...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 21 March 1902

ssi S5 sr < r rr erg t I < yfAM1 t V tTMM 3 f = f 1 1 1 V J I i J I l I 1 fA II x z I I THE gLQBIDA STAR FRIDAY MASCP 2 1902 r 3 9 a r1 ieJ t ny t l t k1 TobDuJN IA I WA Ii N I r 1 Special Correspondence I WASHINGTON March 11Tith tha j plsit of the German prince over with i1 the various womens conventions past and gone with society indulging in on u ly the mild diversions of the closing days ofrLent with the TillmanMcLau r rin incident a matter of past history fwith congress grinding away in a per tt functory sort of fashion Washington Is rather quiet A matter which is attracting not a I little attention even outside of judicial and legislative circles is the suit p brought in the federal court by Attor ney General Knox upon the request of w r b th president to test the legality of tljt mr of the Great Northern and 1 I 111111 I = 1 I J YOU CANNOT PASS j Northern Pacific railroad companies under the provisions of the Sherman i antitrust law and much speculation is J a indulged ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 21 March 1902

II naaf i f t i < cji + tvti 1 j jI J 5 < I I I I IAfJ j t 1 S i > V vc t p i t ftit I4 t 10 t 1 fI L > o h t it > t X x V > i L t r jh a r t t hi f yL > N t j i C c > 6 t h v j < > > r > r ft + V rv j v > r v r i vv A > > i v tr 1w t B A t v 1 C p > L t l y iAr ft 5 V f rLHr7I > a v I r 4 sr w P s > j f 1 iW t t S t c f 4v a I Wiy s V < > f v V Kfef 1r a vi 4 I L l T kJ y ic b I THiJCtoJt1riA Jt n xfi K a t 1 < t It c tot 4L W i aLoj j > K L t w l fDi t i 1 ur Mar 1 r L u tr 1Qwa r k4 t 1 h t4 i v > vtqD YPAIXONIN S 5 I ji ii puOrtJ J > OS Jj1 4 01 5 d4z4J r S I I 1 q I MPit W Mlymna te > oa ftet neither Tmx SrXitor Uiliilli I JIIIIN > D81We for ai aXKIf I J eOn tlfI vV J I1taMeriben will ceafer a Aver on Tat I STAY if dwy will m ty M of ay feilmre to retire their p pr S S CeatBMUueattaJ on live topics especially i Sf tecal iatereet are elicited BUt the editorS iwenree the right to condense them to suit S...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 21 March 1902

v3 < asfcks i r 1 tir i 7i lfli j 1 J r J c fl F ftt c 1j f F t r 4 f L r 1 J I r ifi > f r > f c = j r i < i A + < < f 14 So iIi j t If + r 1 raht T JC < T 114 C < l V > t > 1 f1 r > 1 r > i 1 t tt v 1 41f t1 J 4 g 4 c t < J t I tt Lp r r 3 J THE J9k1DA aI 4IIIIAY MARCH t 31 1JKB 1 I JJW 1Z 4 uLII1ITi1IitIL t Ms d i a J P r a f iff tMtf t Okloo March 14iDtned ai a fcotesa 5k oCrpotatoea a 79QaC mam fcaa r iYed Jm Chlcaco from Kansas qF I Cit3rtiel4 p in tsck For tkree days T aad a half hfkadbeam co tned in the aaca amd dojitfrtettfat he W tar Xe4 doMto aUi11 fNlJ t car The sack wakOt covered him was la s etoed in am oea frujtfcase S Th iraraler < wfco la Martha OMB mr a ae1tncIt1o iarisaseyty wasriearly biJted wfctm he jvas cut 4 from his prisom ti Ohicacp and Northwestern fre ai hoW by a friend who haL beerjwaltliif fora S day and a half in the city > r him to arrive S Kiansdisser fcegan his Journey with 2 only a Quart of water and two ...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 21 March 1902

v > vi jtati ii si a > KT t v i 2 i i j jtffc i 1 4 1 1 M > i w 1 I 4 4 f tJJi > > i < t c h z U J r 0 I I < i I tcte t E t S > r S l S 2 < l S i < r r r k F V F Mr 1 c J 0 l J r tf iff lit A > 1 I ltt A f jm rl1 r t F J wrritTi i JrTE r 8TARLI1ILlI Y CR f = r j O 1 I 4i3 e c S c c IN LITERARY j WORLL > 1t Ie 1 < t I w 1 iz f X Wka rt1k I eA14 A IttJf g W1ters i 1J 4 t1 Special Correspondence f trOu tr b ilL Bd11f c 1 watUnew book The Valley of v v yir D1 Uieceiylns much f attention 1 c from the critics and the opinions they l i > I t if I expre regarding it are varied and in 9r i 9 m ideating Jtfrs Wharton t calls her tyook a tbougWt taken a wide gtrtc Jt of the Imagination to place it in the category of fiction t The work deals with the political and octal conditions in Italy during the last 4 c d of the e1gheenth century 3Thls waVa very inlelesthig period in M Italian liistory the ebej i nng of the traiwItipB stage between the old and thi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 21 March 1902

Y r < < 5 r 9W a l h kt f < q i < 1 r I f C tl < t J t r < L < jo f j o j > e f l c Si r A j < w i HJt j 1 < ffJt f > > d5 n l J rp i 4f i 0 1 t o r 1 A f 1 l1 FLURID hRIDAX MARCH 21 19OJ J 1 I i i tt 1 > t z Ciaj4dARDl u OF16E t Jo IF f < JII iit aieiMW1i1is > k i aaT ir t J R f ar lxg 111raa 1 4 ji t J J Ia1N g I < i zw XoRx loch 11How women = r allot1 d eXjrelil tM > > rlt0aeM b Y tte t r d + athof jsoiuciofld on ifJt WTBTC not > it the crape i and > ptackvgood r to mtkt t UJI1rito 8osb c ifanaent it 1 s difflcuit Wig It sts asl that nothlncsbort of 1 fing awa th dtr rii Iiiitr Ito toot fj j 1 eir gtrmenta conKl sills v1ite the of t But Spice we mtut wear or see otheri c r war mourning nmbiUmenta let nat r t x I 1at try to relieve the gd somber a rof some of Ita effect by hating the garments made a s > prettily as poll r sJble They really do these thin Ea beE ter in England than they dtf here In England there is a set...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 21 March 1902

t J w < J Lo 1 r 1 t f f S7 t t 1 v > < c I C J c Si v T ft v a yzv f T a i R f rf s r 0 it 1 of 1f T t 1 tl f oJ f k t t 1 f i J A P e ° Y r eP P J r t t d fi PLOETA TAE FBlDAy MARCH 21 1902 t jDDlcft W Hnn i Dt L T DwnEIl D s orr TaeX diML Direr j 1tqo > Mt ti lMdiD gIrttge bZitll t4 e Iittii rirtare gatay Ms wILIAAi HDTDLK Uanuer art EM = bsle etlr sad Sewing JiaOhiIMlp s plies TfastiBfatta1 Pipe Fitting t irirt a ef Every Doseriftita Ageat forBeveridge JT BtIJ Cooker k 3 J t = 1 21XL LIPP = Fmotical Skeeriaker Forty vital exptrieaet all kind of repairing dope nisi aaeli aj also ladies and mens 1 per bees unlade to order 1 t GOTO JH ftAXDKBS The Old JteUable Store for good fresh and reliable goods n F rack as Dry Good Saddlery Crockery Hate Trunks and n full line of Groceries JABVIS HOUSEOpen all the year round Pleaeaat location facing the river on river I NOt Bates 800 per day special terms by t week or month Lot 0 MKLBOUKKB BUSINESS PIBECTOBY r s + MELBOURNE STATE B...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 28 March 1902

vrv v o r g g L t V S IJE FLORIDA e STAR i t Not fo Qtjusel Qes JSloqe Btjf fOiC tie Qood of Otl1eifs aiso < VOL XXII TITUSVILLE FLA FRIDAY MARCH 28 19O2 e NO49 Y I y CURRENT LOCAL CONIG8 Brief Mention of What la Going On In and About Titusville Mr P S Titus has returned home from a trip abroad Send watches for repairs to WM Wood ward DeLand Fla Work guaranteed Mr J P Wilson paid a visit to rela 4 tives at Indianola last Thursday and Fri o day in the yawl Outing Miss Bessie Hall was quite ill with the 1 grip last week for several days but we are pleased to note that she is up and 1 JI about again Mr D SvHutchinson returned the first of the week from Lake Worth with his houseboat and leaves in a day or so for New Smyrna t Mr and Mrs J W Ballantine of Somerville N J after spending the winter at City Point returned to their home Saturday Capts C F Fischer and John Simonson have returned from Rock ledge with their boats the tourist season at that resort being practically over Mr Hale...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 28 March 1902

y V j I i J f P A > l > > p 0 F fcift l r I P3 1 v 2 THE FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY MARCH 28 J902 ftj 4 Jl t n l > GENERAL DIRECTORY t SOCIETIES ETC J TITUSVILLE BOARD OF TRADEG M a Bobbins president M Dixon treasurerJ G Bast secretary Meets second Wednes day night in each month at their rooms A F AMIndian River lodge No 90 holds r t its meetings the second and fourth > day evenings of each month at the court house J R Walker W M F A Morgan Secy r TOWN DIRECTORY > 1 s TOWN OFFICEBS M Dixon mayor frt R E Mims Jr marshal and tax collector Gregers A Frost clerk and treasurer John p Henry assessor Jno B Walker G F Du ren J L Carruthers F A Morgan S G Vanlandia ham Coun lmeu The coun cil meets first Tuesday in eflch month ORDER OF EASTERN STAB Friendship Chapter No 11 holds meetings first Tues F day in each month at 330 p m and third W Tuesday in each month at 730 p m in f Masonic Lodge room Mrs G M Robbius 1 It worthy matron Mrs M AScrimgeour secretary COUNTY DIRECTORY COUNTY...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 28 March 1902

r v iL Jk I eiN 1 4 a J j t 7 I tr 1 n y > Ft It r THE FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY MARCH 28 1902 3 thlll 111 11 I n 1 1 1 I v I WASHINGTON f Q C SIDE LIGHTS I 1 Special Correspondence WASHINGTON March 25 Probably lhe real beginning of the public career of William H Moody who is to be the I pew head of the navy wits the occasion when he was asked to conduct the 1 prosecution in the Borden murder case That trial it will be remembered was held at Fall River Mr Moody was at I the time district attorney for the sec I tion of the old Bay State centering at j 4 JUST HOW CAN YOU HELP us d Haverhill In another part of the state It was an unusual thing to ask a dis 1 trict attorney to go out of his territory But Mr Moody went cheerfully put I i forth his best efforts and made a name for himself which has helped him on toward success All of this goes to show that Billy Moody as he is called in Haverhill was first of all a mighty good lawyer He had that reputation before he en I tered politics and b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 28 March 1902

4 4 j 4 1 lc r t r r 4 THE FLORIDA STAB FRIDAY MARCH 28 1902 THE FLORIDA STAR if L n Entered at the postoffice at Titusville as r secondclass mail matter 4 Xllls B Wager Editor and Publisher iI PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING 1li0BNl21Gt BUBSCKIPTION PER AOTO7M 75 CENTS FOR SIX MONTHS 4 idvertlslng Kate Furnished on Application It must be clearly understood that neither A THE STAR nor its editor is responsible for opinions expressed by correspondents i J tit Subscribers will confer a favor on THE STAB if they will notify us of any failure to receive their paper Communications on live topics especially I of local interest are solicited But the editor reserves the right to condense them to suit Brief items of neighborhood news always I desired Governor Removes Officials ti t Governor Jennings is earning encomiums of praise by his decis I ive action in the case of the Escam bia county officials This case was that in which the sheriff a justice of the peace and a constable col lected exc...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 28 March 1902

7 ny 111 19th I o t = TTr j i jI THE FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY MARCH 281902 5 TRAINS W MT TOGETHER 1M A fOG The Crash Occurred Near Youngstown and Resulted In Death and Disaster < Engines Wrecked and Many Car SplinteredTraffic Delayed Youngstowu 0 March 24In a t headon collision between freight trains at 710 oclock this morning on the PUtsburp Youngstown and Ash tabula division of the Pittsburg Fort Wayne and Chicago road four men were killed and three injured The dead Norman Graham fireman lived sear New Castle Pa t James Thomas fireman Ashtabula Ohio Brakeman name unknown Charles Blackburn target tender on the Erie road body can be seen in wreck Injured A Carl Bishop brakeman Ashtabula left leg scalded Engineers George Weather of Erie Pa and Frank Brown of Ashtabula harbor received slight injuries The trains crashed together in a t heavy fog completely wrecking both engines and piling the cars up so that traffic will be suspended for hours The cause of the wreck is not yet determined...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 28 March 1902

r f y 9 IYMBLJay r 4 OC A I t l1 Jui > i 1 r + i a I j I J I r f + 6 THE FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY MARCH 28 1902 it WAR Of THE ROSES I lor ii English and American Florists Have Clash tr In London I f Special Correspondence of The Florida Star I LONDON March 14 English florists i t > i are in despair The international rose r exhibition held this month by the I London Horticultural society marks e the beginning of a new American in y vasion an invasion that promises to i be as successful as other commercial expeditions by our friends across the L sea American florists have announced r their intention of entering the lists at r the exhibition and from samples oft t t JJcrJ g THE ALICE ROOSEVELT ROSE their flowers that have recently been seen here it is altogether likely they will be eminently successful When the fact is taken into consider ation that only the very best of blooms can stand the handicap imposed by the f distance between England and the J United States it is evident that ...

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