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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 18 April 1902

j THE FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY APRIL 18 19Q2 3 l J i HUMOR or THE CftPIIRL A Fuuny Flailing Experience and Other r Amusing Incidents t > Special Correspondence of The Florida Star Washington April 15The Congress eloiial Fishing club held a meeting la the marble room the other day and made arrangements for an outing on the first favorable opportunity Among the most enthusiastic members of the club Is Senator Frye of Maine who Is never quite so much at peace with all the world as when wetting a line In one of the lakes of his native state He Is never so happy as when attired in a pair of blue overalls hitched up close to his shoulders by real old fashioned THE HOD POINTED STRAIGHT UP IK THE AIR galluses and with an old slouch hat shading his classic brow he is landing a big trout The spring in his blood stirs his instinct to fish lie said the other day to Senator Proctor This will be an early spring and soon the ice will be out of the Maine lakes and then 1 am going fishing The Vermont ...

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. — 18 April 1902

f 4 TTTTC FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY APRIL 18 1902 THE FLORIDA STAB ll Entered at the poatoffice at Titusville as econdclass mail matter Kill K Wager editor and Publisher PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY HORNING l dUBSCKIPTION PER ANNUM 75 CENTS FOR SIX MONTHS r VdvertlslBK Rate Burnished on f Application ft must be clearly understood that neither THE STAB nor its editor is responsible for opinions expressed by correspondents Subscribers will confer a favor on THE STAB if they will notify m of any failure to receive their paper Communications on live topics especially of local interest are solicited But the editor reserves the right to condense them to suit Brief items of neighborhood news always desired Ii t State politics in Florida are be ginning to liven up Hon Fred T Myers of Leon county is now out for congress from the new third district Judge Wall of Hillsbor ough county will be a candidate for justice of the supreme court Both these gentlemen are eminent ly fitted for the positions mention e...

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. — 18 April 1902

d THE FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY APRIL 18 1902 5 STATE PRIMARY lAW How It Operates la the Nomination of Officers and Delegate Chapter 5014No 1OOAn Act toUeg ulate the Holding Political Primary Elections in the State of Florida for Nominating Candidates for Any Office Under the Laws of this State and for Nominating Delegates to Political Con ventions Be it enacted by the legislature of the state of Florida Section 1 That whenever the state ex exutive or standing committee of any po litical party in this state or any congres sional district or county of this state shall decide to take by primary election the sense of the members of said party as to the proper persons to be made delegates to any convention to be held for the pur pose of that party or to take the sense of the members of the said party as to their choice for United States senator or as to the proper person or persons to be pre sented on behalf of that party to the voters of the state congressional district or county as the case...

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. — 18 April 1902

6 THE FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY APRIL 181902 n q STUDENTS IN PRRIS Americans ia tIe Musical Medical Art and Other Schools Special Correspondetce of The Florida Star Paris April 1 What tragedy and Comedy what romance what extrava gance and poverty what glorious aspi ration and foolish frittering idleness are mingled like strange bedfellows In the collective life of American students In Paris s There must be 10000 of them real and alleged Away from the brilliant Champs Elysee away from the beauti ful square of the Grand Opera and the broad white avenues whereon are the dwellings of the rich and the socially THE COOKSHOP aristocratic these students nest togeth er on the historic old left bank of the Seine which is far the most interest Ing quarter of Paris It is the poor rather than the rich young mcn and women who come from the United States to study in Paris Some indeed are very poor and the way they manage to live decently is urprlsing One young nun whom I honor above most persons is from...

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. — 18 April 1902

x THE FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY APRIL 18 1902 7 SHIKESPEIRESIUTOGRIPH Specimen of Writing Believed to Be the Poet In Boston Library Special Correspondence Boston April 1iWhat may be the most valuable autograph In this coun try is curiously tucked away In the binding of an old copy of Sir Thomas Norths translation of the Lives of Plutarch dated 1603 which is owned by the Boston Public library If It Is genuine it is the longest and most Im portant specimen of Shakespeares handwriting In existence There are two lines the name Wllia Shak speare and below It the words hun dred and twenty poundes Judge Mellen Chamberlain who was at the head of the library when the book in which these words appear was purchased was a collector of auto graphs and had an experts knowledge of them It was his opinion after a careful examination of the supposed Shakespeare writing and consultation with others who were regarded as au thorities In such matters that the library autograph presents many rea sons in favor ...

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. — 18 April 1902

8 THE FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY APRIL 18 1902 COCOA BUSINESS DIRECTORY W L HUGHLETT M D L T DANIEL D D 8 Offices over The Indian River Drug Gos stores tho leading Drug establish I ment of the Indian river country j I WILLIAM HINDLE Undertaker and Em balmer Bicycles and Sewing Machine sup plies Tinning and Pipe Fitting Repairing of Every Description Agent for Beveridge Steam Cooker FRANK LIPPPractical Shoemaker Forty years experience all kind of repairing done nice and cheap also ladies and mens shoes made to order GO TO J M SANDERS The Old Reliable Store for good fresh and reliable goods such as Dry Goods Saddlery Crockery I Hats Trunks and a full line of Groceries JARVIS HOUSEopen all the year round Pleasant location facing the river on river front Rates 200 per day special terms by the week or month MELBOURNE BUSINESS DIRECTORY MELBOURNE STATE BANK MKLBOURXE FLAF H Fee president C M Horton cashier Every courtesy extended consist ent with conservative banking ECZEMA REMEDY DANVILLE PA Ja...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 25 April 1902

4 FLORIDA STAR = f t 7 f Not fo H Oqtfsel es JSloie But poi tIle ood of Otqe s iLLso r VOL XXHI TITUSVILLE FLA FRIDAY APRIL 25 1902 NO1 CURRENT lOCAL lICONI Brief Mention of What Is Going On In and About Titusville Send watches for repairs to V 11 Wood I wardDeLand Fla Work guaranteed t Miss May Fro cher is spending a day or so at Cocoa this week leaving Tuesday afternoon A fine baby girl put in tier appearance at the residence of Mr James Revels in North Tituaville last week W E Futch of Grant spent a couple of days in town this week returning to his fishing grounds Wednesday Mrs Brazwell of New Smyrna is spending a few days this week with her cousin Mrs S G Vanlandingham Mr W F Jibb F E JD station agent at Daytona arrived in town Tuesday afternoon for a brief visit to his wife and baby Contractor Hall was renewing founda tions and putting some needed repairs on the bakery building this week that is occupied by Mr Frank Deppe Mr Richard Gladwin expects to leave this afternoon for N...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 25 April 1902

V r 2 THE FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY APRIL 25 1902 l GENERAL jIBECTOllY sodIzTIEB rrc > SOCTBTTES xrc a 33TUSVILLE BOARD OF TRADE G M Robbins president M Dixon treasurer Q Bast secretary Meets second Wednes diy night in each month at their rooms F k AMIndian Biver lodge No 90 holds its meetings the second and fourth Friday evenings of each month at the court house J R Walker WM F A Morgan Secy TOWN DIRECTORY TOWN OFFICERSJ M Dixon mayor B E Mime Jr marshal and tax collector Gregers A Frost clerk and treasurer John Henry assessor Jno R Walker G F Du ren J L Carruthers F A Morgan S G Vanlandingham councilmen The coun cil meets first Cuesday in each month ORDER OF EASTERN STAB Fiiendship Chapter No 11 holds meetings first Tues day in each month at 3 3O p m and third Tuesday in each month at 730 p m in Masonrc Lodge room Mrs G M Robbins worthy matron Mrs M A Scrimgeour sec retary COUNTY DIRECTORY I COUNTY OFFICERS D Penney Titus ville county judge Jas Andrews Titus yule prosecuting attorney...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 25 April 1902

l THEFLORIDA TAR FRIDAY APRIL 1902 3 STORIES TOLD IN WISHINGION Senator Stewart Opinion of Webster PlcUeaary Special Correspondence of The Florida Star Washington April 22The delega tion of q iweway Indians who lately visited the national capital appear not to have been profoundly Impressed with all they saw After a call at the White House where they were cordial ly received by the president they were taken to the war department to be pre sented to Secretary Hcot Vhen the secretary entered the big reception room the interpreter addressing the chief who was seated In an easy chair said This is tlje secretary of war The chief critically eyed the head of the war department and then with an THIS IS TIlE SECRETARY OF WAR Uraph of assumed Indifference slow ly arose and shook hands wnth Mr Hoot Doubtless the Chlppeway chief had expected to see the head of the war de partment gorgeously bedecked In gold and plumes or at least with a few feathers and warpaint He was clearly disappointed As a...

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. — 25 April 1902

4 t THE FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY APRIL 25 1902 THE FLORIDA STAR Entered at the postoftice atTifcasYille as secondclaw mail matter Kills B W g rKdltor aad Publisher j PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING 8UBSCKIPTION ti160 PER ANNUM 75 CENTS FOR SIX MONTHS VdVartiilBjc Kate Furnished on Application It must be clearly understood that neither THE STAB nor ita editor is responsible for opinions expressed by correspondents 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 of local interest are solicited But the editor reserves the right to condense them to suit Brief items of neighborhood news always desired The Rev Thos Dixon says he has discovered by reading the southern newspapers of 1865 and thereabouts that Booker T Wash ingtons platform of negro educa tion can be found in the speeches of the Confederate generals to the negroes after they got home from the war On account of the heavy expense entaile...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 25 April 1902

J THE FLORIDA R STAB e FRIDAY t APRIL 2511902 5 THE WHnf RY IB IR EVIlS The Effect of Beaty Mould and Method Fer Its Removal From The Florida Agriculturist The day IB rapidly passing awav when the Ulet slide policy will Win in Florida agriculture Instead of letting slide the farmer must strike and he must strike hard Scrub bteer beef is no longer ac r ceptable to the refined palate and will Boon become unprofitable The ill flavored eggs of the dunghill fowl living the offal of the on household repel people of taste and culture and are relegated to the lowest purchasers at the lowest prices The slipshod method of raising oranges which allowed every insect and every fun gus that were in the air to work their will on the fruit and leaf and then marketed what were left in a barely passable con ditionoften some not even being pass I able and yet made money of the generosity of nature and the lack of com petition in the markets has wellnigh breathed its last The old smut orange and scale ...

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. — 25 April 1902

6 1 THE FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY t APRIL 25 1902 usisFIR8TIDY 8J ort taBgTf 1ll of the Wife of Tomas Estrada Palma Special correspondence of The Florida Star Central Valley N Y April22 One of the most familiar figures on the streets pf Central Valley Is a little quiet fragile woman with raven hair and wonderfully dark eyes For nine teen years she has lived here unosten tatious to a degree ever shrinking from attracting public attention A stranger would never imagine that in her be was looking at one who will soon be the first lady of Cuba the wife of Pres ident Elect Tomas Estrada Palma She has never seen the island over whose destinies her husband will soon preside but she is imbued with the greatest patriotic fervor feels as keen ly as he the joy that must come with the knowledge that the dream of his life has been fulfilled that it is Cuba llbre at last The fact that she will soon occupy the highest position in a country among people who have the most profound respect for her position...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 25 April 1902

4 THE FLORIDA STAB FRIDAY APRIL 25 1902 7 2 n n fOR SPRING t BRlDfS The Custom of Weala Viewer Wreath Come IB AjralH Special Correspondence New York April 22It is manya long day since we have seen a bride I with a wreath of flowers all around her head like the one In the Illustration There have been topknots of all shapes and sizes but now It would seem as If we were to return to the olden times when the young maiden wore a wreath of roses above her marble brow I think this Is a pretty Innovation and It Is certainly calculated to sustain the veil better The chief novelty however In this bridal outfit Is that there Is a curiously shaped but effective lace application around the shoulders and down the front In the form of a front breadth save that It is laid on the outside of the silk The dress is made of the richest white peau de sole and has a train At the sides are three flounces made of Fun A JUNE IUUDE silk muslin with chiffon ruchings The waist is laid in stitched plaits in some...

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. — 25 April 1902

S I T H j I J 1 M 8 w 0 THE PfcOBH > A STABTFBlDAyr APRIL 25r 19C2r i I p f oQCOA USflt h sUl ro rrY ° W HUGHLETTK H D L T DANIEL JX D s OtYieier Iooia bipY J I Cos i 1 If 1k e labli t wet of thIiuiifaittr rfoertxmmtry WILLIAM HIKDL 1 aeTtjacerwiEimr balmer Bicycles amd Sewing MacWsup pliee TinniBfind Pipe Fitting RejMring of Every DeMriptkmi Agent lbrBeretidge SteatnCeeker 1s 0 i RANK 1 W Pradbfcal5 Shoemaker Potty years experience all kind of repairing done nice andcheap also ladies and mens shoes made to order 0 GO TO J M SANDERS The Old Reliable Store for good fresh aid reliable goods such as Dry Goods Saddlery Crockery Hats Trunks and a full line of Groceries JARVIS BOUSE T Open all tha year round Pleasant ocation facing the river on river front Bates 200 per day special terms by the week or month MEIBOUTO BUSINESS DIRECTORY MELBOURNE STATE BANK MELBOURNE FLAF H Fee president C M Horton cashier Every courtesy extended consist ent with conservative banking ECZEMA REMEDY DANVI...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 2 May 1902

i1JF STARt i LL 3 g4 ° t J1 Not roe 011selqes loge Bqt dot the Qood of Otltes iLlso J lC M VOL XXHI n7 TITUSVILLE FLA FRIDAY MAY 2 1902 NO2 s c j CURRENT LOCAL lACONICS Brief Mention of What Is Going On In and About TltnBtille ISeridf watches for repairs to WM Wood ward DeLand Fla Work guaranteed f Services at the Methodist church next Sunday at 11 a m and 780 p m A M Daiger pastor a Letters received from Norfolk Vir I ginia state that Messrs Geo W Scobie I and J A Hughes have gone into the fish and vegetable commission business in that city The following attorneys were in town this week having business before Circuit Judge Jones Col A M Thrasher and Thos R Wilson of Sanford R H Sey mour of Kissimmee W I Metcalf of West Palm Beach Archdeacon B F Brown will hold di vine service on Sunday May 4th in St Andrews church Fort Pierce at 1030 a m and 730 p m Also service in St Gabriels church on Thursday the 8th Ascension day at 1030 Capt Canto arrived here the first of the week from Jackso...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 2 May 1902

T 2 X tf V A THE FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY MAY 2 1902 r r G EAL J RECTORY r i 0 SOCIETIES ETC 4 TTTUSVILljE BOARD OF TRADEG M Robbins president 1C Dixon treasurer G Bast secretary Meets second Wednes day night in eack met tit at their rooms F k AM Indian River lodge No 90 holds Its meetings the second and fourth Friday evenings of each month at the court house J R Walker W M F A Morgan Secy TOWN DIRECTORY TOWN OFFICERS M Dixon mayor B E Mims Jr marshal and tax collector QregersA Frost clerk and treasurer John Henry assessor Jno B Walker G F Du ren J LI Carruthers FA Morgan S G Vantandia ham cOuncilmen The coun cil meets first Tuesday in each month ORDER OF EASTERN STAB Friendship Chapter No 11 holds meetings first Tues day in each month at 830 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 Scrimgeour sec retary COUNTY DIRECTORY COUNTY OFFICERSA D Penney Titus ville county judge Jas Andrews Titus ville prosecuting attorney A A Ste...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 2 May 1902

c OC THE FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY MAY 2 1902 3 I THf NfW SHIRT WAISTI Somme of the New Modes For Warm Weather Wear Special Correspondence New York AprU2iMoore April tells us that the trail of the serpent was over them all Had he lived until today it Is very likely that he would have said the trail of the shirt waist is over them all instead for the shirt waist t dominates everything Even the hand somest of the street suits have the ubiquitous shirt waist in evidence be a It of some light material under the coat or jacket of the tailor suit or a real shirt waist of the stuff of which the rest of the costume Is made But of course with the approach of warm days the waist will of necessity be of the thinnest of the materials In vogue for these convenient and economical garments They are economical be cause they save the more expensive waists and so one skirt can be made to do treble duty Just now the daintiest of the waists are made of wash silks and of pongee I THE NEWEST IN SHIRT WAISTS as...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 2 May 1902

I o 4 THE FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY MAY 2 1902 I THE FLORIDA STAR Entered at the poatoffice Titusville as econdda mail matter Kill K Wagar Editor mad Publisher PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING SUBSCRIPTION S150 PER ANNUM 75 CENTS FOR SIX MONTHS dyerttalBc Kate Furnished on ApUeation It must be clearly understood that neither THE STAR nor its editor is responsible for opinions expressed by correspondents 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 of local interest are solicited But the editor reserves the right to condense them to suit Brief items of neighborhood news always desired State Superintendent Sheats as president of the Southern Educa tional association has issued an urgent appeal to teachers to attend the twelfth annual meeting which takes place at Chattanooga July 1st to 4th Full information can be obtained by addressing Mr Sheats at Tallahassee May will be an active month po li...

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. — 2 May 1902

r I THE FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY t MAY 2 1902 to 5 r COUNIY AUTONOMY IND IHPRIMARY Judge Raney and Mr 7 Palmer Placed Right Btofore the People r The subjoined discussion between the Tallahassee Daily Capital and the Gaines ville Daily Sun will be read with interest The state committee which adjourned in Jacksonville has settled some things pretty thoroughly and those things are not just what the antiprimary advocates really desired One of the strenuous points insisted upon and which no one there dared to fight openly though Judge Raney of this place and W L Palmer of Orange as leaders fought secretly was the holding of the primaries for the nom ination of United States senator two years hence to succeed Mr Taliaferro when his term of office shall expire The candidates for United States senator will have to go before the voters direct and show cause why they should be entrusted with the mantle of that office Tallahassee Daily Capital Editor Gainesville Sun The above is either a wilful mis...

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. — 2 May 1902

l > 7 < 6 THE FLORIDA STAR FRIDAY MAY 2 1902 V f oIm11Lz ticQ1ORD Some Curious Fact Concerning the Old EngllBh University Special Correspondence of The Florida Star London April 21The American boy who Is fortunate enough to be awarded One of Cecil Rhodes Oxford scholar ships will find much to interest him at the historic old university but be will also find much that is puzzling and much that will be In his eyes eccentric enough t The university Is a collection of col leges and halls twentytwo In all and each has its own matriculation The lucky American boy who wishes to en ter Oxford must first apply to the head of whatever college he desires to be Identified Keith He will be asked a number of questions about his previous education family history etc If the head thinks that the youth is likely to prove an ornament to the college In some branch of learning he will give him a preliminary examination and place his name upon the rolls After this tne student is governed by the rul...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
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