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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 18 June 1909

1 cHvV p V r 1 t r f j 4 t Ji i < I > I > < I fb j I f tt I rpg FLJQRIBAi STE rqp if 1 f F1 I 1i f t Vb 1fftSr < > ar l y I > I Freiks < I Q I Jo Man and I L t Nature s H JtE Is nothing new under the rv THERE as the proverb Fays anti proof Is fouud In the pUtun > R taken from a Greek win jar of about 680 B C which Jot s very t much like some of the cartuuns of the a present day while the joke might up ply Tory well this year on account of the backwardness of the season The i cartoonists of our time who print 3 p AX OLD IFBXMa JOUB FSOU A GBEKK WINK i JAB we t words In front of the mouths of their characters to represent what the lat ter are supposed to be saying have not improved much on the methods of their prototypes of more than 2500 years ago There Is an old saying that it takes more Lan one swallow to at make a summer and in the ancient J i Greek picture herewith reproduced two f V = men are portrayed joking over the ad fr vent of a bird of this speci...

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 June 1909

1 < A MyP 4 M III n T T TZT IwiT h j i iii I r 1 t I iiI 4 iiIr r 4 I I t J > 1 1 r c I > < ij r r J t i + c I f I c g 1 fit I ItJtejf Y Nnlltnn < fl u t i f WIRS 1 I e I J i ti til iJ lstars WItt SuIOIlCIi iiii L IRElfAHM DID THE 1MI e i 1 t lA j a t t h r ti 1 h ef k wisrMattlr + li > Mr IW 044t gar + ritiae 1kt41n ieeeMily H First c M eket ep Many Ottors rHtllity In This ftHt i In fMi of a a > tarrober of prom leant baitHHOJ pkytw sufficiently Huge to t > e worthy of comment pitching was merely an apprenticeship which led up to proficSeacy la other tfositlonB The pitcher box la too Important a t tfatlon In the bH field to play second Mlle tp any other position A first SJUs pitcher Is a wlthoutwhlchnoth tIc to a ball team So long as a layer ie doing well as a pitcher he to too valuable an asset to think of Jutting him elsewhere yet there ha v u been frequent cases of first class pitch + ers as well as those who were not first clans making still greater 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. — 18 June 1909

tojto y fc S ju w + i r > w nc r 5 t k 4 0 r I I L f p < ue 2 4 p f axar if if 0 Ii I W o 0 0 0 I o It 8 1 FIE < < 1j L I DA S Wt o 0 ronl L I o Iii 1 j 4 11 4 KBIS OMBS I nlu J I 14 1 Y < f f + I 1 t l < I < > A oo trn il c 10 j J I o tr Ji I f J H vof VL I 1 t c r r r Jri liiW ieti fj n a lfii Sel1Jf GW lk > tio 1 ted 1 1t R M Pfkrd rare l to note 14 on the f oiid to revery > ° 1T Mr E E Grimes fine Jk > ck of r turkeys pwnindione < > f JCWbkitiving Mr and Mrs J R Miot of Ind1 ianola were visitors in town this 0 v week a4 x < Mr and Mrs Hamp Bradford nia Se a trip to the county seat this t weektl S MrFrank Sams of Courtenay a was oYerjinterviewjIng the dentist on Monday < 1 k This vicinity has l > een well repre sented in Tteusviill lately attending 9 the auction sale X f The family of Mr jc Glber are 101 at home after a visit with relatives k s at Fort Christmas > > Father Curley passed through Co coa Monday to Georgiana here ...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 25 June 1909

I j 1i jrti t f i if II t t r E J ti 1 I f J > 1 1 FLORI DA STAfl I r t t j > > 1 k 1fl f J ff IsI 7 Not fOil OQ t selqes 2Uoqe Th0t tlte qoo t of Otlte s iUso t kY 1 > I VOL XXX < r r TITTTSVILLE FLA 7 FRIDAY JUNE 25 1909 NO 10 M f DOINGS OF THE 1 J 1T PRESENT WEEK Pnjeit lotes Pert itit o Stilts Triisplriig Atoit Ton f Dr Miller Dentist Titusville Marvin Goodman has gone to Fort f S Pierce where we hear that he t is em ployed in a livery stable Mr GW Hanford carried a party to the ocean beach at Chester Shoals Sunday his motor boat Miss Fannie Ray has returned to her home in Palm Beach after a delightful visit of a few weeks among friends hi DeLand Mr Edwin Spencer of DeLand was in town Monday and called at this office in the afternoon He was here in the interest of Stetson university Miss Mary Waddel1 of Jacksonville who formerly resided in Titusville daughter of Conductor Waddell arrived I Sunday on a visit to Miss Ethel Wilson I Mr Chas A Gardner carried his fath...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 25 June 1909

1 1 ll IIIH WIJ 1p iWl J r V it f It 0 I 2 ft i 1 4 x 2 = I THE FLORIDA STAR JTJK1 25 1T09 e 4 r f p Rjpes Before 3ta5r i J J T wsW BV I y T The Public frIIt NMdlil a lis Welt M Iv K s N Hn V B Bv HB9 Wfc V9 V DtsctIe c tf No The fetal Jdfclary c v iA + R wv Af Jide 7 s ciA bl ie i 1 HE retirement THE active work aft pro fessor of zoology at the University of r Jena of the great German thinker and investigator Ernst Haeckel has caused much comment In the scientific world This Is due in part to the charges that have been made that t 11 Professor Haeckel In DJfl1 > xcw his researches In r soology has been guilty of scientific fraud owing to his desire to support J his theories along the line of evolu tion and monism Haeckel was born In Potsdam Germany In 1834 and was made a professor at the Uni r versity offcJeaa in 1865 Much conflict ° 2 has been waged around his teaching of the theory of monism that Is the t oneness of all things In life whether of the body or the soul the word b...

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. — 25 June 1909

r Y A srj i I1J J TTT 1 I f J v 1ft > t 4 t ci i t < 1 f r 41 II II 0 1ji 0 0 qt r h TH J LORJDASTAiR f C fleers u For y r > Army and NaVy 4 tit t An fwAM h GM Nmta by I lie Gtoss s GritofeJ at I to Wist rMlt MV r HE year 1000 witnesses the THE of an even hun dred men from the United 4t States Military academy at West Point and of 180 men from the Na Tal academy at Annapolis Judging from the figures tho navy is a lit tle more popular than the army among the ambitious and patriotic young men who aspire to serve In the fight ing forces of the country But the West Point class is an unusually fine one in quality It has done much for the prestige of the academy in athlet ics Some of the best football players the country has ever known are among the graduates Wallace C Phlloon captain of the team that beat the navy 5 last November Is among them In M baseball the academy loses this year Captain Mountford of the seasons vic torious team and in addition several notably good players ...

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 June 1909

t v > e r fI I IT f i > IV Tl INKV l f 4vMP 97 tt p t d S t N I I m S t4 THE FLORIDA STAR JuDSI 11O 4 > r THE FLORIDA STAB 1i4seedsttlte attTsillsas IMe elws t rail Mrar t i IriIiS m wasr usra ii 1iikr s PU1LUHXD EVZKT F1XD4T MOfcXIMG M 1 1 Mi 10litI1riliilF W1rJInx N w law Rig Jurymen The day of the socalled pcofesmon al jorork at aft end By an act of I i irA the kfiefetore just adjourned the I I general statutesof Florida have been I t + t t t i ° r amended so as to eliminate from I juries any person called u a juror R who has tel rved as a juror at any oth er term within one year That was owe of the good lawn that was enacted by the legislature and which went into effect sipon passage and approv yr 1 al by the governor the chief execu tives signature being attached June IW 8thRoads j Good Roads Bill Vetoed Governor Albert W Gilchrist ve toed the Miller Good Roads bill on Saturday giving as his reason that a too much power was vested in the trustees which the Dill provide...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 25 June 1909

II OV I I f t yt 1rt > li > to < t i U T 11 > 0 r L f If > f I I 1 o < I lit > nrnM itoe THE FLORIDA STAR 5ii a lte i M it i o T I AT TYorts f I Big Problems 7 ttfc liw Nil iF s If I to IIM A m k ticw MM M Ie IfpCi Ni WJ 1 > t J r FfflM 8MI IK i 11Ir JAMES A EDCERTON I Our ltd T rkO MlrwM rt3 N Us be p re for Europe the ON other day Edward H Harri twtp was two minutes late for k steamer and the universe ° nearly stopped In consequence Nev Nev the TeMel and even delayed for the railroad king to get rid of an inter view and pose for some photographs When a man baa enough money to r 4 make a steamship captain wait for bluujie must feel of some importance Harriman still insists that Roosevelt caused that panic He is perfectly q safe in doing so as Roosevelt is mak r Mng 80 much noise in Africa that he couldnt hear Harriman if bp tried The sensation of the hour in this end V t of theworld is Justice William J Guy nors letter to Mayor McClellan de manding the remov...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 25 June 1909

e y Y It 0 fI Icr4 I t i > 1 P J y 4 i t 7 I I e r t 1 It J i l > t TBEB RIDA STAR JUXX 25 19CQ Talk I t And Politics e 1 F 1 w < 1 leNew Yifk mttc b Btsy WItta BMI j r Afairat Uric s VfcX aid Its Incidents the Pitae GelteHIY6iynors airies Apfest fa Met A Price IA + f r By JAMES A EDGERTON 1j 1 s Our New York Correspondent r MOST unique and It may be a + significant dinner was held at f Sherrys the other night The host was Colonel Robert M Thompson and the guests of honor k rn were Vice Admiral Sotokchi Urlu of the Japanese navy and Captain Henry I Bertram Felly of the British navy Several Japanese officiate were pres r ent Among the well known Ameri 1 cans who spoke were Admirals Schroe 1 der and Brownson General Leonard Wood and Judge Gary head of the Bteel trust The note constantly struck was that of peace and the suggestion was made that America England and Japan should unite to preserve the p 1 peace of the world This it was which gave significance to the event Cap tai...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 25 June 1909

r r j i r a t I F r 1 s of 1 + 1 F n i V r = s W A tiL I J r y 1 > M itc THE FLORIDA STAR 7 e 1 L i w llf GQRES M ° t G r G A4TMEJRY1 ti Jo MM ti MWs RtmarkaMt Fttti Shown In Tariff Dibatt I b s I s w rr 1 r ME IZI JIGHIS LIFE HABIT 1tt SaUT That Itk1 EVil Hsar4i ky the Oklahoma fenatsr Essatpea HIm Frm Hit ijFSSChK at Night In ai ami Das His thinking Far the Max Day 1 Y YIZ I If any man i IB tile patted States k d kttttei to the sobriqwt of the man wbo sever forgets it is Thomas P 4 Gere the blind senator from Okla hemp He might have also and prop rly the nickname of the man who I never sleep The attention of the United State recently has been drawn tQ Senator Gores remarkable memory K by a demonstration of it the other day oil the floor of the senate Senator Lodge of Massachusetts the day before had concluded a long tariff speech in de fense of the New England cotton man 1 ufacturers in which he took issue with several statements made ten days previously s viously by Senator Go...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 25 June 1909

i tf > 4 t V S P > 111 J ft fI t > t > j THE FLORIDA STAR jume 251000 4 fijURBEWS NOTES f t COCOA i 1r1i jil Mrs R L Dixon leaves this week jJIta to spend the summer in Boston Mass t t Mrs John F Reed of Indisnola f wag A vkitor in town on Wednesday Mils Essie Bass of Orlando has I been the guest of Miss Pearl Brad 1 S ford j J Mrs Jane Taylor of Georgiana is r visiting Mrs A L Bruner and Mrs I J A H Trafford this week r The business houses in town are looming up Ronald Fiskes con 1f crete machine shop is having a fresh l coat of paint Mr A H Trafford has purchased the Hindle cream parlor adjoining the Fiske block This is a very de sirable location Miss Ora Garren and brother Sewall visited Miss Lula Powers at Fort Pierce last week Miss Powers coming home with them for a visit Dr and Mrs Robert Schlernit zauer are at home in their cosy cot f tage on Church street The best wishes for a long and happy life are k extended Mr G H Bruin of Webb City Mo has been staying in tow...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 2 July 1909

4 t v r T t y < > > A a 4 I t v r I I > i i I < 4i A i It i i I I J 1 I 1 Iio tl I I I 411U1E 1 FLORIDA STA I F < L I C t 4 It Not fOil 01111se1Qes A1o e S0i tqe < toad ofOtl1e11s A1so µ 1 1 4 fi VOL XXX TITUSVILLE FLA FRIDAY JULY 2 1909 NO 11 1J y iDOIBGS OF THE l PRESENT WEEK Pam emt lotts Pertaining to Eieits a TrusplrfBg Atoit Town v Dr Miller Dentist Titusville IiIl Stetson university at DeLapd is for I all denominations See dd ° Mr T G Ronald came up from Cocoa yesterday in his new launch the Snip to attend the gun shoot Mr M Neenan formerly Titus ville but recently resident of Kingston near Daytona has moved to Dupont The wife of Henry Campbell died rather suddenly last Sunday at their hom Q at Mims leaving a two weeks old infant Mrs 0 A Quartermanand daughter Miss Marie of Chester Shoals paid THE STAR office a pleasant call last Friday afternoon Mr George M Robbins received a very handsome rowing dinghy Saturday made by the Oldtown Canoe Co Old town Main...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 2 July 1909

f1 u r 7 w L ir t y O + tJ k Ii jI Ii c a f sft t I Ai f TI f I p < I P JI W J rd I L l t f f Y f h i > J 2 THE FLORIDA STAR j r f a f v f VLT 3 1000 y t DROWSINESS i Rule it VlMa t I ltthlllf 1 r fI M 1tliabita w Heeith Sleepiness Ts a normal and healthy condition when it occur at < the usual bedtime and when not extreme and overpowering but it 11 not always associated with sleep 4 Some persons in perfect health ed i > J JsnA i excellent sleepers hardly know t e meaning of drowsiness They are I active mentally and physically until i they are ia bed Then sleep comes at once aid when it leaves them in the morning they and again dm full mental awikeness > K There ae less fortunate persons I I tl whojnerer have a complete and sat 1Ii h isfactory nights rest who are yet ahmpflt constantly drowsy They V ire always nodding but when the 1tr bead touches the pillow sleep re r N cedes and the night is a succession of drowsy lapses to deep with the w instant return of semiconsc...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 2 July 1909

fc I 1 < < IfW i IT 0 I I I I J ctJ1ti t J 1 t e J J > p j 1 r6 t t I a 1 1 J I f 1If 7 0 1 j P I J tW4l i I J < 1 l t 0 1 7L 4 IUII t I l > < t ii i S li 21 1c tr TtHE FLORIDA STAR 1 I 3 b f ft i mE 11 AI t CIAI t f I1 4 f t JlJ Vy at tai trn the t J Ief t II l fi 4o l < < the many curiO crtbi t en ii perhtp BOBS more inter r tkia the wdlor crab a name applied io if bectutt it go to tea II t on long Yovftfci which it make on the bftdci of big gmn turtles and fciiBtlofgerhetdi 1 The sailor crib if a little fellow 1I with a body threequarters of an I 1 lath or an inch in length With its if felaws extended it might Miatore an f inch ana kalf It M i ytty pretty j crab indeed with coke jfttrkings that are various It may be found i with a shell all yellow h or with a t shell of dark color with lighter < fhadingn like those of finished tor 4 toise shell or it may have a mot tied shell or a shell whose coloring Tt emblei that of veined marble It seems all the pre...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 2 July 1909

t p 01 t j f 1 f 0 I 0 e a lr THE FLORIDA STAR JVLT itoe j h h 7 1 IIt Y THE FLORIDA STAB 6 f 1a atlMHT11H 4 l J idMe tail is er t I Mil B W H z si ralt le taw I + PUBLISHED EVXSY FBIDJLT MOXNIKQ f KTMCBIZTIOX 1 FXK AXMUK r ° AvctllsiaR Ratan I1InIiIHH1 n AuU t The attendance at the Gainesville summer normal school is encourag infr many sections being represented on the roll the enrollment also shows V a higher average and higher degree a of scholarship than m former years r The government reservation for Yy r birds stand near Mosquito inlet has w been extended by order of President Taft so as to include all territory between the south bridge in Day i 0 ton and a line running east and west about two miles south of Hawks Park It is unlawful to hunt trap capture Or kfll any birds or take their within this reservation I A new variety of the East Indian mango known as the Cambodiana is l > eing i propagated by Mr John B Beach of West Palm Beach from whom plants can be secured This fr...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 2 July 1909

Hir K > V T i 1 t I r t l I < Jf t < 1 > I l J t f il 4 t 1 Vo < 1 r t Ii > It < rc li IfOt THE FLORIDA STAR si l r I y fi r MOFPflLIES J IMttrmytr Dtolirts raits Art Enthronid ANTITRUST LAW FLAUNTED hh Ntvfr Hs1wri 4 an HeWeet Ef S fort to Etifr1t CHarffM the LaW y r DfMMfs the Awatailnf ami Fr an UpH val A In the Unit I 1ttl hc ganrael Untersyer who was covwe f for Adolph fecal IB tH recent full pInK the sugar trust willed from New York with hli wife on the steam hip KrooprinceMln Cecelia the other t day for Europe Whea asked before he sailed his ylews as to a criminal pros ecution of the trust and whether his t client had decided press such pros ecution or take any active part in aid Ing It he said What wouldbe the use The sugar t company has been a consistent law breaker ever since its birth Its ac ° tivities in congress have been one ofr r the scandals of the country for many years It has robbed the public and T a ruined its would be competitors But + it Is...

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 July 1909

1 I jplrf T JfotH r I r ir j 4 J ft f r < T I J R i i 1 r M i jt t I r I J i8I I fc z j 4 t j 6 4J THE FLORlDA STAR 1 JULY 3 IfOt tp BRITISH Au ENC ES t Th4r EtatiFtDes IIR Pi Tiny i I Des Net Life It U a difficult thing for theater fO H OIL this lid of the inter to uixkctttnd the temper of tudimcw wBioh attaad the first perf01JDQCM of jiaji in Ea land Apparently tugs Britkh first night audience not i alwlT understands full well that it has th e power practically to make or break t play a manager or an actor but is invincibly determined t to exercMO that power to the very utmost At all events the frankness and candor with which a London au > di nce expresses its opinibn of both r play and1 players are wholly unknown in this country A player who i so unfortunate as not to please a r London audience is not allowed to escape u here with a liberal sen I tence of cold and contemptuous si lence or an occasional half hearted outbreak of ironic laughternot at all He is liberally booed...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 2 July 1909

SJBBSCsarzrr jDtjrjj 3f29k SVIW k Br T c M V v wr J rtt if < IO1 11 t J ito ss Y j t r to 4r r f < i j ws 4 i < i t S v I t t < 1 I tot THE FLORIDA STAR 7 1 THE < JUKI MAJttLES r ef 1 a w Inc > JIU llfo ij TbamM Brnoe c > iJ II L 2LrSr < bt r n fr K b rt rises of Scot T Uad aadrwaf only t child hJ J t f I v ttY Wtotfc1itleoI u llf Uo I i f > Hiiprefiiraipry sfadMi wejre Tiaflt > at Harrow sad at tfce Wwtadoiter t rlC Vjf l ud W tbea went to the v w i M ttpitr o f8t Amartwt bssy Via ar t tO pare ta tudy f 4 > alien iaNatal law and ftt proceed t ed to Germany leant iailitary tci I aao r I Thwsjong and careful education to fit iim for his high duties was tl II then considered as completed and 4 Lord Elgin entered the army and J y rOle to the rank of general But t his itudierhad developed a taste for + t lomaoy and he left the army and went to Brussels u envoy then to p Berlin and finally in 1799 to Con jttantinople as envoy extraordinary oat the porte A...

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. — 2 July 1909

R > < J I o 1 ros o 7 1 1 f s + CI ii l I ¼ Ir S J Y 0 C t 4 i J 1 u fi 1 I f I I A THE FLORIDA STAR I I ULY 3 1009 r 2 t f J t J r m NEWS NOTES o II V < I J f 1 OOCOA Y fttariy ItiacOf1 agfe HMU Fowrfli at Vdboorne u Jtorit Mr Md Mm RC3 t Franklin AUo JHM 18 a daackter a Mn G Kwit of DeLand if vimting IMC dwifiiUr Mr s G Thompson Miss S W Baldwin was the guest of r HIM Clara Sanders OM day this week The new Eateywcfae in the Methodist church is enjoyed very much by the members 1 Mrs E Stradley left last week for her old home at Henderson N C for the MMuner ie4 = MrJ James Adams who spentlaatwin ter jft Cocoa was married last week to Miss Lena Darnel of New York J The brie all boys played in Eau Gallic Thursdayof week the score in favor of Cocos The boys report a very pleas t ant trip V Miss Elizabeth Hughlett who gradu ated from Stetson university is now in Chicago at the university where she will take a degree The new brick twostory building of Mr G S Hardeeis rapidly adv...

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. — 9 July 1909

a f r + I b k J 4 i f j t i I t J I Ic b 44 l f I 1 IAI a 10 r Ji HJ1 t y nth i ry J 1 A 7r J A t i t i t V 4 10i I a THE FLORIDA STAR It I r it I i f 4 I r lT o t fO Oq i elqes iUo e Thoi tlte qooci of Otlten iUsoo c i 4 vPL xxx TITUSVILLE FLA FRIDAY JULY 9 1909 NO 12 4 I I DOINGS OF THE r PRESENT WEEK wV I VMMMMIMMMMMK Pligat lite Pertaiitig to Emts Trujpirlij ibot Tin See Stetson ad page 4 r Mr Henry Pritchett of Jackson ville was in town Monday Mr Geo M Robbins was called to Miami Wednesday on account of legal business Mr D B Pritchard left Wednes day for Indian Springs Ga where he will spend a couple of weeks t A letter received from Wr W F Green Wednesday announces his re turn here in a few days from New York Mrs A P Gruber was taken quite ill suddenly on Wednesday but we we are pleased to note that she is now much improved Mrs L A Brady and Master Park burst Brady who are now visiting in White Springs Fla are expected I home tomorrow or Monday Mr Raymond James went to his hom...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
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