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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 27 August 1909

fit r I < r rrVrr y F r > If V 41 N ff L i > 4b E K m f I J ft > r 4 r i + THE FLORIDA STAR AUGUST 27 1809 n r A THE BOWERY toQ Ntw Yutics FMMIM ryt Get ta r 7 svMr U nv rjrwi n fli i ivmv New York otjft gmt east side f thortufhfart gtti its name of the J Bowtry through an ancient lineage that has come down through some 10000 years from the time of our Aryui ancestors who planted the root that has grown into the well known name 4 + At the head of that street stood 1 i the home of Peter Stuyvepgnt the I Dutch governor of New Nether > lands and it was known as Stuvve sants Bowery which was another name for Stuyvesants home the grounds of which stretched South ward toward Chatham square The growth from the Aryan root wafe simple enough for it was only I the expansion of bu into bow ery This root bu meant to S r grow dwell oe become or build so t we see how Tower and bowery carrying the idea of a home natu rally grew from it When that root a butt began to grow there was 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. — 27 August 1909

f JWs i TV tf 4 I L > 1J < > t ji t f it J 11 i1 f e R JV f r > fi If a A zl I r I v r V J A a t 1 < r I j 4 J J 4 r 7 Vft 87 11g THE PLX5RTD A ST AR 7 t r r 4 UZY STREET r 2A LM MiR jtivWI t4Mlt Whe N4tr Wrk41 There k a iboft qutimt street in I a the name of which em bodes a legend The i tory of Tau lemtruse come within the taI1 e of po ibility and perhaps the titfc rttlly did hart IODM tuch pnrin as + 1aUn broad to it TU kU Biriiop John P Hunt ten the Itftnd in f lift and Literature In the Fa therland Once the thick forest grew where the Street now rune and the trees were old large and strong On the edge of this wood lived an aged couple who had seven sons all big strong and lazy Indeed the boys were drones and the neighbors aid when the brothers passed There go the idle seven Every one laughed at these big lads who never worked At last the brothers grew tired of being mocked Said one angrily w We cannot go out of the house without even the children coming up behind...

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. — 27 August 1909

t I y i 71 If t T sA > 1 I I Ji i i IIj J k V t I 1 8 THE FLORIDA STAR AUGUST 27 1009 a1 f r RIYER HEWS NOTES III = COCOA The kuxkMM HRdee building fait nearwf completion HIM Addle Gibert has been vmting relatives in Eau Gallic Mr Howard Holmes of Canaveral was in town Tuesday Mr R M Packard received a new launch by rail this week Miss Marguerite Norwood is visiting i her sister Mrs J F Mitchell Dr Wm Wittfeld of Fairyland i was a visitor in town on Monday Mrs W C Heywood returned from a trip to Middle Florida last week Mr John Powers is visiting friends in town and also looking after business The pastor of the Methodist church Rev E F Ley will be here Friday The recent rains have improved the looks of vegetation and also the roads Mrs W G Paterson left on Wednes day for Indian Springs Ga for a stay of two or three months Messrs Johnson and Paterson have had a new Diebold safe put in their of fice a 8000 pound fire proof i Mr and Mrs Wm Spafford of I Sharpes are receiving congrat...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 3 September 1909

T 4 c s P v < < l T 4 y4 Y Ii i i < r > f I r i 4 t 4 Y FIORIA STAR u u t I I Cr r < i p 1 Q vi I I 0 u to J f iotfott Oq sel cs Sloqe Ent f otr tle QoodL of Oties lso p 1 f w L VOL xn > L 11ITUSVILLE FLA FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 3 1909 NO 20 DOINGS OF THE PRESENT WEEK I 1 4 r Piijeit Io CbS Firttiilig to Eieits Trusplriig ibtit Tan Child bicycle for sale cheap Inquire at THE STAR office Have you seen that special sale offer of skirts at Kline this week Mr B A Warbinton of Jackson ville was in town Tuesday and Wednes day dayMiss i Miss Marguerite Norwood returned from her visit to her sister Mrs James 1 Mitchell at Cocoa yesterday Mrs M A Norwood of Ocala who has been on a visit to her sister Mrs B H Williamson at Daytona return ed to Ocala last week An auto truck capable of carrying 3000 pounds was shipped from New w York today to Mr A Fresher of this place who will use the same in moving his orange crop Mrs Happersett and Miss Guilda of DeLand forme residents of Titusvil...

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. — 3 September 1909

wf > f V T t t1 > i A L X v 37 r JA itt e0 + U 1 1 t t t t f z 4 1 r f I 1 C t 4 I f p 1 THE FLQRIBA STAR n ifC D STi 1909 r j i s < l I I > A = t r pt f I The Presidents t A Journey of a 4J z Great Tour I Homilies t tl EHCXTbeoAore Roosevelt made L V W hili great dibaklng aad tecfenaklng tour In 1003 t be traveled 13000 miles and c it wax beUevet brat thLs would remain a record preaMkatial tour President y Taft however if now to surpasa It s tf ttef fro BMten on Sept 15 he 1 fif w4 Jo r ej tbroogh thirty or more atatee ia t Wilt and south return Ing abort tie middle of November ° 2iu0 Beam a trip of approximately 14000 Biles andMt wilt be one of the moet notable ever ID4de t by a presl dent Prior to 1805 the chief < magistrates of the United States seldom left the A capital The presidential tom was be I gun under Jackson and so new was tie idea atthe time that when he pro posed it and made hla plans for what was afterward known as his swing arovni the circle the enti...

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. — 3 September 1909

t n r EX3 KW S t r 1 r w ie tNv nd4 j Rf rw 51 t hw W jrwfctfc > l mdutJJV A < iU tiiu w t ict IL rr raga I Cr41 + 3rtnr + w rdklIV 4 t rttaFy J1 11 w Hr sS wR p c 1 tr 1 I t 7 r 1fA < 1 1 c 1 J of t V t vP t r i 0 f iS r r v T II 1 QlJr = fitpi or THE FLORIDA STAR I 3 r t c F > to ifnde + Sams c Vittory i Mr A d r > e 1 lnChinai I tao s s a DST now the door of the far east by reason of American particlpntlon in the Haukow Szechuen rail road is opened to the capital trade and gov ernmental In fluence of this country The participation of the United States in the Chinese loan itf on an equal basis with the British Ger man and French Inter ests The ar rangement Is a distinct victory for the Taft adminIstration p c UN ox e and for Secre tary of State Knox On the face of i the affair the first impression is that ° It Is a brilliant diplomatic move and the impression grows as the whole fci question develops In a word this move will prevent Europe from seiz ing the empire w ...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 3 September 1909

4 I I < f1 t 1 f t t t H I T I < j 1 h J I THEFLORIDASTAR 8EPTIMBXJC 3 1900 LL v THE FLORIDA PAi R s EakrHII e pottoftce Tituirille w ri 4 e dclsJM sail matter Juna B Wr Edltera > d FablMhevr t r TUILISHID EVERY MORNING ire r AdrertUUc Bates Faralsfccd oa r Appticatlox 111B8CJtIf 1ION S11M FKR ANNUM L ifl i I ADYERTISIMG FLORIDA let Cotst Mi Its Institifed in t k ictiYfi Campaign The land department of the East r t < CoastT lway has begun an omusual 3y active campaign for immigration I injFlowda It has put on the road a t representative woo will spend the j nextfhree motfths traveling Over the northwest and hisitinerary coVers evetY portion of that section of the country This representative Mr Louis Larson will have literature r I giving most complete information about the section represents and he will supplemental by most thor ough personal knowledge of the con < ditions Florida Mr Larson isvthe more valuable in connection with fhis work because of his wide acquain ...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 3 September 1909

t y J r i r l Jt 1 = > to j I > 4 tv f I If 1 t r to 4 rte ft t c t I I I f 4 r r I it 1 t f t r h if 5 4 tw i i J T T J J 1 I e K na t O r a FLORIDA STAR S i n A Word Frb i Dr iapan I + T t Ky F W OHM Gen I feel that an txplanation if not an apology t M due you for ray pro longed absence from our state which has not been from choice but from the necessity of a much needed rest I assure you that it has not been Y from lack of zea1 or waning of inter eft in the cause confidence in the t success of our efforts at the organi zation of the orange growers Not at all For we have had nothing to discourage us but on the contrary the progress made up to the present time is greater than themost san guine ones anticipated We are organized and that too on a plan which insures equal privil eges to all and favors to none We have all the various branches of a perfect system in perfect working ordernothing has been forgotten neglected or left out and it is sur prising that so much has been ac...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 3 September 1909

p t l fI r 0 W < r t 1 of d t l r s r 0 I I < 1 K t1 0 V J t f j J 4 1 I A i C t < > tr i Ir 0 t r I t r t t I I I w t I tJ rtriI MF R u THE FLORIDA STAR Er1TAU 3 J 1809 1 t THE RAPACIOIJS EEL j k Ht It an Omnv r u vFftMfer With a n jI t V EMrmMM ftwaUtw r r Quit part from th peculitr and FIw mwtfU dir teristic3 of eels at > 4 > thm fptwnmg season there are i few stars interacting fish than the F make maritime cousins A writer in the London Outlook describes how he has seen young ee1lel i vers they are called at this stage r of their existence Doming from the 1 se to the rivers countless mul titude They move in masses he I explains overcoming every obstacle and are anything up to eighteen > months old six inches or so long rya of the thickness of a shoestring Asretribution for the damage they will some day do to trout and 1 salmon spawn as well as to newly hatched fish the elvers are greedily eaten by almost all other kinds of fish Still their numbers are so lar...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 3 September 1909

I r s t i > t f b r c t 1 j w t r I rff j c r 7r < f J c h r < W J > < 1 t t J i i i ii L > 1 TftEiDAAR 7 t w t f t WALT1 wauwr lj TOP J1 AMlff Jib UIIMf M iTtW fe i WYlil W r i sk i tlle V J JMrtIl p4p 137 bIQQ tNltM i 1 MW1i e m it Us contacted 1 aadcaaMt bck Wl1 crippled foam that of Up TipUl Horwtciaa cttftpaakNU be 4Ss r + t vnkMwa kads in sire higher r JfUiLI tb XI 1 tkSw of 1IN iM tbo HM of UM wtetec MO to I Hi heicbt it rtfewary ISM Well own md a Mii for Ute poi Throe t b J fH ta it CMTMW IM broke bit lei Bt wo drifipd b < ck oa a tied over tht roni h J ce for 300 mite by tb faithful Norwegian For four years Mr Wellman baa beets making preparation for the un dertaking to reach too north pole in am airship He was at Spitsbergen with a balloon in 1900 but postponed Us departure on account of the late Des of the season In 1007 be made aa unsuccessful attempt when he was driven back to his starting point by a severe storm which he encountered t He left New Y...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 3 September 1909

wr ell s r w c L t 1 l 1 F h I r i w r r t < I 1 i 1I4 4 l t f t I r l iI THE FLORIDA STAR SZPXK1UXX 3 1MB k MERHEWSSOTES 1f COCOA > 4 U JIr H L M well exprew agent here who bM been on a vacation in Georgia exptcts to be at work again thia week 7 1 k t Mia SaUte Matben of Ban Gallic is e visiting Miw Pearl Bradford f lJ 1 Plenty of rains lately and the grow f < 4 ers have their ground ready and have r 1 planted for the fall crop t 04 j J Mrs A Lapham of the firm of Mrs i M E Hill Co is having several D fc m r changes made in their store having added another room connected by an archway to the general store This 1 alt y twill be for millinery alone Mr Hart is placing the school r wagons r L in good running order School will be t r V gin soon and every one is busy getting ready Our school had a very success 4 t ful term and from reports a large at tendance will be here this term ws ° Mr R L Dixon has given Mr J Reddick the contract to put an addition T i to his house if The a...

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. — 10 September 1909

J tK r i o r N L J r j 1 x > 8 < It y 4 10 j z s > i < w ci 5 t 1 j l IW 0 I II t 1 0 I 1 w e t y F O STAR e o Not fo Oquseltfes jUo eThot tlle qooci of Otlte1fs illso r VOLXZX TITUSVILLE FLA FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 10 1909 NO 21 t DOINGS OF THE 1 PRESENT WEEK i PII pit Iites Pertiliiij to Ewits Triisplriig itoit Ton t Childs bicycle for sale cheap Inquire at THE STAR office Mr P J Hall returned Monday from a weeks visit to his mother in Orange S Pigs Fla y Mr and Mrs W E Goldsmith re turned Monday from several weeks visit to Indian Springs Ga Major JP M Taylor and son spent several days the first of this week visit ing with friends at Canaveral Mrs C Jas Denham will entertain her music class tomorrow Saturday afternoon from 3 to 5 oclock I Miss Elizabeth Stones left Monday afternoon to resume her studies at Bes sie Tift seminary Forsylh Ga Mrs J C Dickson nee Miss Hattie Hall of Miami is here on a visit of a visit of a week or so to Mrs W H Hall Judge Jones left Monday afterno...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 10 September 1909

J j J J w i i f a Joflt 1 t 1 1 > I > Kf 1 t J t 1 1 ft 1yl I r r I f v > i 1 t t1 1 > 1 L i i Iij ild a d I A i < I i 1 1oG 1 < J rt I r 1 I rIil 1 I 2 THE FLORIDA STAR unmoo 10 log ii L 4 ao > F 1 J 1 0 t f 0 ooo I w r 1 jrhe Hudson = 4y1 Features of < t + j ntf K F J Vi fi Fulton t Fete I The 1 Affair 01 1 1 1 f 1 1 000 0 event in many years has I 1 y NO awakened so much interest the east as the coming Hud fOnFttlton celebratioa to com atimorato the dlscqverj of the Hudspn tire by Henry Hudson and the first taceot of 4t fef a sfcpmbe bait by Robert FoltW latfact fbtHoonths lit JtM 1 talked of throughout the t ffri p and will be attended by visit i m from every state In the Union and 1 by many from abroad representatives rpt drtyelght nations bavtngagreed to take part In the affair The celebra + tion begins Sept 25 and lasts until Oct 9 and the program arranged for r the occasion shows many features that anbuld be well worth seeing k On Oct 1 will come one ...

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. — 10 September 1909

Ay ti 1Jkji j j an n r rr T ff SB y BfcK1 + a g tt q r r f > J J r f i I 1 h t C J I mt THE FLORIDA STAR 3 4 t TTVii Oi Noted it Ott tvoG aoI I LlliJII aViy I + ROBABLY twoVboyfc In the P country are eJo7i i their va catcher th summer more than P rent Taft 1 s tron Woo are 1iJqJ at > verI1 Maw One of them Robert Tift is rapidly getting file reputation of J > enc a crack golfer at theEwelt and Myopia llakaTknd re cent T he negotiated the COrIe at ES SU to S3 Tfap beat fate father does Is above a hundred and Archie Butt son of the presidents aid who drives some with his clubs has rarely equaled young rafts performance Roberts games are generally played with young men about his age but quite frequently he ails out a foursome With hla father He has played against w his father several times In two ball matches and the president has had to I Jet himself out considerably to make the score public when the nineteenth hole was reached Master Charley the Infant of the Taft family Is 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. — 10 September 1909

ii a i y t g ri il w 4 r THE FLORIDA STAR SEPTEJCBE 10 1809 J R THE FLORIDA STAR EaUrti at tile ceatTitusvilleas EC iHHcl sail matter Kills B Water JEdltoraBd Fablliher r I PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING 14 AcIertllc Kate Furnished on Application SUBSCRIPTION atlID PER ANNUM I CITY POINT Rev W H Cresson has completed a handsome boat house in front of his cottage 4J > T A Robinson who has been spending the summer in Georgia and Tennesse has returned leaving Mrs Robinson and son in Nashville w An inspection of the groves in this vicinity shows the largest crop since 1894 and is estimated at 30000 boxes a of which one half is ° bright and al most all fine smooth fruit Robert Abney who has been visit ing in Leesbur returned a few days ago His leave had not expired but he says he found the longing to be back on old Indian River irresistable The critical illness of Mrs Agnes Hatter Allen has for weeks cast a feeling of sadness over our commun ity and her recent change for the better wh...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 10 September 1909

4 y s > 7 t P t < y t A Ml Jjt iJ c IrI I f1 V r I j 4 If 0 1 I AT if t ii rn10 II llOG THE FLORIDA STAR 1 t 1 f tI J 5 t j R r 110 I oz J Nonc IB Hm iy Grvw That four 4 weeks from JMnet the lurienigned will apply to tie Honorable Albert W Gilchrist Governor of the Stee of Florid for Letters Patent incorporating them their aModates andtoccoteore into body politic and corpor ate under the Dmeof the Titwvillcrndian RIver Citrus Growers Association under the following Chatter and Articles of Incorpor tion the original of which will be on filein the ofico Of the Honorable H Clay Crawford Secretory of the State of Florida in th e Sty of TaUa hwaee during all time of the pubUca ion of this notice noticeGeo Goo B Gardner Andrew Pros obey Goo M Robbins Frank H Boye Henry CarlIle J Dated this Sept 10th ltloo Articles of Incorporation the TitusYllle IndIan River Citrus Growers Agociatlon KNOW ALL MEN BY THES PRESENTS That we the undersigned citrus fruit grow ers of the State of Florida ...

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. — 10 September 1909

a eY 1 f f V r a yx t < filA I w THE FLORIDA STAR f XPTZiZ 10 1 rcttffiEE t it AK OW Cireve Term That OriftMtea ht I5R GSffis a r < W AM i Iiiiil ames > a H a 4 a M if I Tr a i B e ft < ij t SS w dowt Wre > tipiatn tEfe aEell gam I IPHM w CiothH k an eay jooftty cooc fame Pit operator AM before him alit of r A K IR a t 0 ppt n felt 0 marked ofinto figured a qtr 7i t to fortyeight 1I The piaftEvtkrojiri eight dam vand the s ealer compares the sum of the epoU he has thrown with the num beritpa the cloth Certain spaces ire marked for prizes five or six aril marked conditional and one N cf fy ia marked lose The deal in erkt e pe 4f stack of coins over the 23apace so that it isnt noticed un til the tim a to show it a TJiege spaces marked condition al are n ed in a great many gam bling games such as spindle They are the most useful thing in the world for leading the n on for when he throws conditional the dealer tells him that he is in gnat luck He has thrown better than r ...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 10 September 1909

qt Ji r t I Ii II it 110 p l r t f i f l tJ t < I l VJ + iP r 4 t rO I I r = l mt 10 ISO THE FLORIDA STAR r 7 H i c r 9Mfq i I f w i y k 1 r t i i lt I t j t f r i I jA IIII t1i P > St3DISfrik e tt p i J c N ere P th r I r t 4it JJ Mu number It d ftfiMQff the most violent eTer oocnrrfaMf fit keaniylva nta te that Jot the resaed 15i1 car w rlaMelees JIook af which began on July 12 Wheq abon 504 ot Hungary workmen struck r y t t u C ih be cause they asserted i they were not get ting their fair share of pay under the pooling system which had been In troduced by the management Almost ever since the trouble began 1 there has been severe fighting and g a S number of men have been killed and J > > jurcd The i injured situation recently assum ed a national interest from the fact fiat the federal government instituted an v investigation to determine whether t peonage has existed in connection with jibe industries at Mcg ees Rocks This ctspect of the matter is a reminder of I I th...

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. — 10 September 1909

4 Ns 1f f 1 C < r r f 1 t r C S i V j m f V o j 1 IP sq rjv t oJ 1 1 h iJf t I It 4 I I r f V lay1 1 1 l Hrfe if o J 1 c < 8 THE FLORIDA STAR D 10 leoa r 1 RIVER WS NOTES IY IATJ GAItLXE fr i Kill lAM ConkUac of Tfflman l spent Monday afternoon in town the hrs gueit of Carrie Shave Kill Kate Farley of Malabar is a spending a few days with her sister Mrs R S Snell fr Roy Snell returned from Titus villeWednesday to take his old posi tion in the F E C Cos office A B Whilden left Wednesday for 1 Titusville where he goes as operator ftr Jrft r f for the Fv E C railroad y Dr Lyman and sister of Mel bourne spent Wednesday in town r t s C s School opens on Monday The r r M r teachers will arrive on Saturday r The children are all looking forward i with great pleasure for the opening t t k Prof E E Macy and wife left Tuesday for a few days visit in Titusville Y s Prof E E Macy wife and mother spent Friday and Saturday in Mel 4 bourne I A crowd from here went to Titus ville Thursday to ...

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. — 17 September 1909

r s i 4 I I t r 1 rr r l n 4 d i I TUE FLORIDA J STAR I t + > L J J + I + Notfo Oqseles Sloqc J Bqt fo tlc Qood of Ot1te s JUso y + r VOL T7TX TITTTSVILLE FLA 1 FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 17 1909 NO 22 I DOW OF TREIt PRESENT WEEK 1 fllgtlt IKK tattllilg tl iTiltl w Titisplriig AMt Tin Bargain in e department at = Kline this week F Mr Fred Scobie gave up the Bobbins cottage last week and has rooms at Myers Cottage e Mr M E Gruber and son Charles of West atm Becb ae spending about six weekf taking in the Seattle exposi tion tionTHE THE STAR office received a pleasant r call last Friday from Mr and Mrs E i E Macy and Mr C E Shull of Eau z Gallie and Melbourne The Palm Beach News of last Friday says a pleasant beach party was given there Saturday by Miss Amy Harris complimentary to Miss Gertrude Mr N 0 Penny wife and children passed south Monday in their Cameron f automobikt returning to their home at Vero from touring over the state two or three weeks K Mr Fred Scobie has secured a valu C abl...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
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