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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 17 September 1909

s T5 7 T5 Tr v lfT k F y 1 t 1n a r > r c Y 7f 4 r i h > i ij LW Mr < < fcw vw v 4 r 1J 1 > I fr f 2 t A P JJ THE FLORIDA STAR t gjcrantm 17 isoo t I I < f r DK Cools North Career oi 1 F L Pole Trip Famous Explorer I y m J + FKEDERIOK A COOK the I D courageous explorer who has w gained undying fame by his discovery of the north pole is f a resident of Brooklyn For years he has given his attention to arctic ex plorations and in 18912 was surgeon t of the Peary arctic expedition and in 18079 surgeon of the Belgian arctic t i expedition He bas received numerous decorations from the geographical so 7 cleties of Europe for his research and writings in the polar field C Dr Cook started on his present expe dition in the summer of 1907 sailing from North Sydney C B on board the schooner John 11 Bradley built by p John R Bradley of New York who financed the expedition The party was reenforced with sledges dogs and arctic equipment r at Etah Greenland whence it sailed I Marc...

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. — 17 September 1909

r r o jI f < 0 J j 1 n ty t r r ity J 4 t J c t 1 if r z i j t 7 < 0 i tJ i < r < J gr f J o u 4r I t I i o Ii r J I h s j7 L a 4 THE FLORIDA STAR t J 3 1tr w AL tl uN I t F fn u L to r1 Q tbe Harrinian S fI a H M R r JL AFTER ttte re uL tiremeat of B H Harriman 1 the I e railway mag I nate to his wri Tier home at Arden N I Y nubile interest naturally turned to the next in com mand JudgcTnoJjert Scott Lovett Lenor I F Lorec Julius I ° Kruttschnltt and I rb a JJCKOR f rxrnEE John O Stubbs men > who have played Important parts in the Harriman achievements and each I t a past master in his respective field I of endeavor j tt Tho big man in the Harriman rail road world In the future will be Judge Lovett He is the one man who is ex pected to bring about the cooperation of all the big interests involved He will probably come nearer being to the lines what HarrIman has been in the past than any of the others Judge Lovett is a native of San Jaclnto Ter and was born June 22 18...

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. — 17 September 1909

Wtlf 3iwC 1 w a a h t f1 CJ r fl I t r t 1 I f 4 1 Mr 4 THE FLORIDA STAR EMMDtt r TJ ItO r 1 v 1M1 r THE FLORIDA STAB M1 x w yq ± 1 aF Wirli M tJM PMieia at 11tKti11 Y e st eIM salt It I Sr iinBtlto rl little B WsKer blear atii PmMtek I PUBLI8HSD X FMDAY MORNING c jtavcrfttote Kate PcrmtalMd em A U atie 1 gfTMCItmiON SI JW PXR ANNUM a PROCEEDINGS OF THE L 1 COURT COMMISSIONERS 4 The Brevard county commissioners met at the court house in TitusviHe Sep 21909 at 200 p m Present R A Conking chairman J M Os ban J R Miot W A Heaton 4 A A Stewart clerk J P Brown sheriff The minutes of the last meeting of the board were read and approved ry The sheriffs report to the state E auditor showing that no fines and x costs were imposed in Brevard county r during the month of August was ap proved i Fine and forfeiture report of clerk circuit court county judge and jus tices of the peace J M Sanders W L > 4 R Roesch C T McBride Chas H r Nauman Wm C Peterson were received v ceived Pension claims o...

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. — 17 September 1909

J cJtH < It i t t Jtr i t f r 9 Mt < i c c fIlt J 611 I J I J7tl101 THE FLORIDA STAR 5 I h JCimciew GmIr tWr 4 111a flit iSIS th will = be h VlJII1I hltirtllt 1M jI fIllIIII6L fK LIM 0 tWr L401i4uw per Me x > t ttrai or tb ZNeitilkLdiaa Iblr CltnIIO nm tliadoll ruder tH WIew ac CIwwe ArtWM fIf I UH the edt IMl et JaIM Trill M R AIi Ia tH eves nfel25 Hie Y 0Ir Cnwf Ecr 4i Toftfc ia4 aJT ri4i 7imt City of Tal daring aU fflSattSuffi onottcfeti oe a BGrdar AMps r OM u 3lobbiea Frun1k Bye H8IIl7 Carlile Dated this eeL lath 1tiN M Article eC IrpHau eftke TttuyW lfRdlaaBifea Cltr rs Growers AHclatlOD KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS That W ck the ni > wigmed citrus fruit grow ers of the State of Florida at least three of whom are residents and citizens of the State of Florida have this day voluntarily associat ed ourselves together for the purpose of form iaca Horticultural corporation and associa tion under the laws of the State of Florida prcviding for the incorporation of hort...

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. — 17 September 1909

G t 4 + Iw yA LLI U M Ns Y LL s p w i y + c 4 µ r rrrw w r w w + vr + Mu + r err A i m 1 a j YC J t f c c r 7 ti yp S N r t t < f e p t 1 I i i 9i r4 A r s 4 s > 0 J K C r r ir IIL q ok to 1 1 y t1 f y f il fi r frvVv 1 It Ci v p J 9 j 1 < r 0 + f t 1 1 J 0 0 I o I I ur P p 0 1 u 6 x t J > o THE FLORIDA STAR PTZ1BEt 17 It09 r I T > AN ABSENT PART S Tito liwisli Alter WM a tue f M f cafilats tike IieS + I The son of a wealthy old friend of mine being iUgeatruck Joined out with a trarelirig ojpera company t I met him loafing and itnuting y about a hotel in a small town said the veteran actor > Ie Come over to the opera house v and see the show said he V < I went but I saw no signs of t this young man on the stage nor was his name on the program rl Afterward I met him in the lobby l of the hotel t I is 1 did not recognize any of the w characters as you I remarked J t What part are you playing Why I am playing the part of Carlos the Fiddler said he o There was no su...

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. — 17 September 1909

1 t xt 1 v H Xii A A 01 iI y I < + 1 1 Of s L c I lit t JTl TH E FL onIDA STAR 1 1 ts 0 W < f w r t r I Amerk B r t i I i r k Victory b i c at Rheiffls HE aviation THE contests at RhelmsFrance marked a great step in advance In the effort to demon strate the practica bility of aerial o flight by heavier than air machines The entJreweek I was so replete with record breaking Loins XLEJtroTachle achievements and thrilling flights that In keeping pace Witiv the dally occurrences one almost forgot that only a year ago flights of a few minutes were heralded with eyeii more acclaim than Is now given a those of one to two hours As the f openlng days of September 100S made a new era In the aviation history ors jt world for It was then that Or yllle Wright first showed the possibil ity of remaining In the air one hour and over at Fort Myer so the Rhelms race week will doubtless stand as the b pivotal point In 1009 toward Illustrat ing the brilliant advance of aviation I A year ago even t...

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. — 17 September 1909

A t lot r t J 1 > t I < 1 S 11 1 f ti i p T j I j1 h c 5 If q I 1i t f I i I 8 THE FLORIDA STAR JRETT 17 lGOG j RIYER NEWS HOTES I r GoiGT A 1 KiM Maffit Garter spent Toeeday in i Coca q ° Mr and Mr Provost and Master I Breeee enjoyed the ball game at Titoa r ville Jut Thursday Also IIiNM Eva I aDd Nell Owen and Mr Underwood and i Mn A B Carter were among the num t ber wbe went from this place on the ex jt cursion that day All report a very pleasant time and a fine game Rev and Mrs Carson and three babies r came up from Eau Gallie Tuesday and A spent the day with Mr and Mrs F W > Munson L t Miss Esther Allen left for Daytona last Saturday She will spend the win N ter with her ddusins Mr and Mrs Fred I Allen and attend school e Guy Munson sent a crate of avacado 6fi pears to his father last week and among rY 1 them were quite a number from Mr and Mrs Lew Wagner which were a treat to their many friends here also a fine specimen of the Pollock pear from Dr leaders place A new ...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 24 September 1909

UlS J J W i r y A Y R if 4 1 i d l + 44 I I a i r j TW J r 44 T < iVVf wr 0 iTt A f po I t i r I TH FLORIDA STAR f I t rot fo OqselX > es aioije Stjf fot1 fa a toad of Otleus Slso VOL XXX TITUSVILLE FLA FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 24 1909 NO 23 uu DOINGS OF THE PRESENT WEEK Pingent Rotes Pertaining to Events Transpiring About Tom L 1 o Bargains in every department at Klines this week Mr A W Lee sold his little 16foot motor boat Harry last week to Mr Fred H Black Mr R W Rhodes returned from New York this week and after looking 4 at his grove left Wednesday forMiami Mr Raymond J James arrived in town Tuesday from his home in Yalaha where he has been quite ill for several weeks with fever Mr C A Robinson of Eden was a passenger on the south bound train Wednesday returninghome from a trip through Georgia We learn this morning that Miss + Maggie Gruber and Mr G W Hanford were married in Jacksonville Wednes day No further particulars known Miss Nina Arnold stopped off here from Friday until Su...

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. — 24 September 1909

ft r f fI f f I + 1 r I it > t c I r t 1 6 J if t 1 1 IIP r I 1 I t tl i 4 4 THjE FLORIDA StAR lJn R 34 1BO to f Al5 to r i J f IE i t I 4 a s I ji Tne Quest For Past and I tl j t the Pole Present Dashes Li l t itIIIi 11 Jt f L J k ODAY all the world pays tribute TODAY courage pereaver ance and resource Tbe prob lem of the ages has been solved twice within a year by citizens of the United States the secret of the great I white north wrested from a hitherto if Inviolable waste That the hopor of eo y discovering the north pole belongs to the flatted States Is a cause for un 1 I feigned national rejoicing From the r if i THE JOHN R BRADLEY days of Kane onward it has seemed somehow as if Yankee pluck and en ergy were entitled to this distinct The Cook expedition was anything but poorly prepared as has been star ed Violin R Bradley who financed the trip and Dr Cook spent months in preparation and endless hours in de 4 ciding on what was absolutely essen tial for the dash to the pole A...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 24 September 1909

i r 0 I j i y t I I t J T J t V v1 y v C i IW i3 TE1E FLdkYPA stNR 3 t v = J 1 q n t M 4 f yi t 1 i YI 1 1 f m t 4The Main r J H tho t001d 1 i 1 Not Retire f + ItfniiqlflHlflnH t < ii u tOUKT that day kt that does C not embrace sixteen to eight een boars of nerve racking tqll That seems to have been the motto of the late E H Harrlraan the rail I road magnate and when be broke down last June and was obliged go to Europe for his health it occasioned no surprise among those at all famil iar with his daily life in the last ten years Neither were they startled when he returned three months later in little better condition The marvel of it was that it bad not come long ago for no man could keep up the pace that Harriman has without a breakdown coming His daily life has been business business business except for a little time on the golf links to briefly rest the brain A director in fortyono corporations t including some of the largest in the t country and playing a leading part In the ...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 24 September 1909

ik i S gi f t i I S 4 Jt 11 l J y > J 4 r 1 THE FLORIDA STAR SEPTEMBER 24 1000 I THE FLORIDA STAR I Entered at thepostoffice atTitusvilloaa + econd clays mail matter 4 Kills B Wager editor and Publisher y PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING I AdvertUlBC Kate Faralibed on + f Application I I SUBSCRIITION 150 PER ANNUM I r I I Lucas J Reeves of Pensacola has t announced for the United States sen ate from Florida He was born in r Alabama in 1861 land raised in Wal j ton county He was state senator i for eight years and circuit judge for three years He says he will wage aI vigorous campaign and goes in to win i Brevard County School Board I The board of public instruction met Monday Sept 5th with full board present The minutes of the last meeting were read and approved Treasurers report for Aug was I found correct The tax collector presented his list of poll taxes received during the month of Aug 1909 same showing 300 for 1908 FINANCIAL SUMMARY Warrants outstanding last report S 7256 32 i...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 24 September 1909

> < i sr 1 I 7jF2Jfc V r I 41 r Jfc < v i > I I i i j tt ii I J I f r 24 1 10OO J THE FLOR1DA1STAR XOTICE 1 x fcx IS HWUMY GIVU TW four 4 1CN1n iI krrefthe ultdefttf ed will I eNb to Ue I sersble Albert w 8lcl1tVt I a yemor 9f Ui el FiKida for Letters Patent I 1UIIC Ute tkMr MBQciatei surd ano6e o n its a Itody pol1tioand corpor ate under the name or the TitusvilleIndian River Cims Growers Association under the following Charter and Article of laoorpor tloa the origin of which will be oa lIe in the oaco of Cite Honorable H Cky Crawford SecretAry of the State or Florida 1 n the CitY OtiC Tallah smee ilUria g all tIe of the publica tionof wua not co Geo B Gardner Andrew Fioecher 1r Geo M Bobbins ± s Frank H Boye Henry Carlile Dated tIa rt 10th Sept 1909 V Article of Incorporation of the Titasvllle JadlRB RIver Citrus Growers AlA clatioD KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS That we the undersigned citrus fruit w ore of the State of Florida at leastrthree of whom are residents and...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 24 September 1909

1 I t lj I I d Fr W a i n r I I 6 T g EGj ln ST iR nTJCI I Z24 1800 KEEP CHEERFULCo Co UM Lfflt tfMAWttA Y U Have CAW Fw Pfrtf Hut WhoeYer w at through an entire f S6MO withott Mting a fay of Je I t flhuM And ytt when we hare the 7I blue how f nesit down and 39 pfofBOiUcili m future for ourselves r witktjit j itmfU mitigating circum stance in it to warrant us in not swallowing a tablespoonful oi strychnine and getting through I r with our troubles all at once I Ehere are few out of custody t foolish enough to abandon all hope o nta dark rainy day and say Now I know thai it is always going to rain It never can be any brighter Nothing will ever happen to make I it stop and I rather expect it to I I keep on getting worse and worse It may rain for a day or two and sometimes things are pretty soppy for a week but we all know that it will stop eventually so bear with our rubbers and umbrellas and leaky roofs and wet wood and mud 1 dy floors with a fair degret of phi losophy always looking...

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. — 24 September 1909

Pa r i > r tr V or I C r t iiI 0 ill 4 1 i 4 1 r r 4 F a Y rp w e Y a ai e Sn 1 WV v4 1 r I r I yr y t c < < In 1tt fie r 1 j r 0 4 iii 0 t Ie t I 4 14 If 0 J J Ir I f f t v s 15 i M f 1900 1 tIi ELQktt > As R 7 > I I 1 s < i H Pearys 4 r Career ild Achievements i I + J I I W 1NTYTHREE yt 111 la a long r time to plan and work and suf ter to attain a ptclal object fi but since 1886 Robert E Peary Las been striving to reach the north pole whose attainment has at times it seemed beyond the reach of man + When he planted the stars nnd striPeR on that lon lg coveted goal on April 6 bi 1909 he was fiftythree years old and finished a tank begun when thirty Mr Peary Is a native of Pennsyl vania whgre he was born In the little 4 village of Cresson on May 0 1856 He Is the son of Charles N and May Peary who was a Miss Wiley before her marriage The future arctic ex plorer received his early training In the public schools of his native village and when h e grew older entered Bo...

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. — 24 September 1909

V T fcJfrV W4f 4Of r = ftA J f 1 sji I j t t > If a i S a t j ti f t 11 I 1 + S t w y ± J Xjj t I I 1 I fc THE FLORIDA STAR SEPTEMBER 24 1909 i T t < I I RIVER 1KB KOTE8 I I I COCOA I There is to be a wedding town I It i i on the 28th L Mrs A M Won was calling in t Cocoa Height on Friday Cocoa will lOOn be noted as the t sidewalks Mr EC Johnson is having his 5 handsome river lot cleared i Mrs Smith Clark of City Point was a visitor in town on Saturday t Eau Gallie and Cocoa were to play I ball on the Cocoa diamond on Thurs day Travis Bros have started a meat I market their store with E T Knowles in charge Mrs Wm Heaton and son reached home Tuesday after a pleasant out ing at Indian Springs Ga I 1 Mrs C D Provost and Miss May j Whitfield Georgiana were pas I sengers on the Indian River Mr J C Shaw reached home last 1 week having spent the summer at I his old home in North Carolina Mrs M E Hill Co will have a I general millinery opening Oct 1st and are busy getting ready for it ...

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. — 1 October 1909

r < I J lr tt 1 Jt b Jr If > J 1 0 T t Jt Y 0 ft t i I a x I i tr I b I 1 c V I > 0 I w i < FL 31iI3A K > t 1v > < r t T s A N < > tfo OquseWes aioaqe 13qtfo t18 Qood of Ofte Slso I 1141e I L j VOL J XXX TITUSVILLE FLA FRIDAY OCTOBER 1 1909 NO 24 L DOINGS OF THE It y p PRESENT WEEK I Pujeat lotis Firttliiig to Bients w1t Tnisplrlif About Tom Mrs W N Hendry of Fort Pierce arrived Sunday on a visit here with relatives Yesterday concluded the summer Thursday halfholiday season From now on all stores will remain open all day Thursdays Mr J M Osban received a carload of fine looking mules yesterday most of them purchased Atlanta some in Jacksonville Miss Lillian Conkling of Tillman returned to Stetson University De land Tuesday where she will take another year in vocal instruction Mr Fred JJ Scobie is having his recently purchased lot on the river front cleared of scrub and grass im 4 proving its appearance very much Y Mrs AB Whildin and baby arriv i ed from Ea...

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. — 1 October 1909

J Rf r F z e t m jr < a A < I J r If t r r I J f I y f + 0 t e 2 I i THE FLORIDA STAR OCTOlMt 1 1000 CJj J d II t j In y l J I f IIUID Paupers Son to i i1 Governor I r RA ° A HE ill aers that s trslck Ri Tern tti r j THE Job > ISon of Minnesota was I wttxpected and came u a I great shock to his many f Y ia admirers throughout the trr Brief dispatches had been priated from time to time saying that y V be t plight bare to undergo an opera tion but that the trouble was of a se rious nature was not generally known hortly after he was first elected = chief executive of the state of Minne sota a magazine article appeared en titled From Paupers Son to Gov i > I ernor and despite its startling sig a i nificance it was indeed a true epitome j rf of the life of the famous executive t i 1 r Handicapped by odds that would have proved insurmountable obstacles for a boy or man with less stamina and direct ambitions he defied scientific theories of heredity and literally t a fought his...

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. — 1 October 1909

i i t r I t r f l1I i < t r J r 1 t P I I I aJLLo1 L l THE FLORIDA STAR 3 b iri j t 1 w jFiig the l i North Pole i h r HIIQ most WHILX people are BOW famil iar with the careenl of both Dr Fred erick A Cook and Commander Robert l B Peary little bas been written about others who figure prominently in the north pole dlscov PBOFESSOR BOSS cry and the con UAHVIN troversy following this achievement i The two great explorers were the leaders in their respective enterprises r but without the backing and assist w ance of many others who also en i j dured great hardships they could not of course have reached the coveted I goal A most prominent figure in the Cook achievement Is John R Bradley who financed the expedition fitting it out r at great expense with an equipment that had much to do with the success s of the explorer The two men plan ned and studied this trip months be fore It started and Dr Cooks backer was sure of the result from the begin h ning Mr Bradley Is a resident of New J ...

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. — 1 October 1909

S IT oIW I u + 4 t + ws + oj t J i f Z2 jit f > c 6 > J O t C 0 tB It t t 1 V 0 < I J j 0 0 t I 1 z e J 4 1 i I THE FLORIDA STAR ocTomlaliioa lf r E FLORIDA STAB 1 < < Y i y + Ea at1IcetTUriU M k IS < < i tHHi 1Mi mil Matter f t r 1 1 j r 11I111I W Wlrgr Ktilirra4 PaWlak PUBLISHED EVERT MORNING Y j 0 A rtiiff Zta FU1ISIIte4 ea plJeatI c o 5 SUB CRII TZON 1I FKK ANNUM c Great Faith in the Exchange W E Heathcote of St Peters I j burg Fla a large grower located i on the street car line read a letter J in the board of trade rooms Wednes p k day he had received from Congress t man Sibley Mr Sibley has several t i J large groves having set out consid y erably over one hundred acres with it i in the last three years The letter expressed the hearty sympathy of r J the Congressman with the movement i 1 and congratulated all concerned with c the enterprise manifested in the f Florida Citrus Exchange i 1 All Push and Pull Together I i i i a Titusville is not the largest to...

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. — 1 October 1909

r I i r r + p + Y x iw w xYwrww e + + 1 Wy + ° J J 4 I T wyy I x e N n t ° Q 1 s I 4 pp It i o i f K f ri Y > r J t b r j 1 r f S i h I h 3c i J OO 1 1Q I THE FLORIDA STAR f < 1 n J 1CIIt i tX > cal H ll 1 G In11 Tifc r 4 Ih IdINiS1 WU ailiT tai thsy IGri e b 1 s Albt ir riat oey ser elk Ihi Artie It JWriifer XAMe Pat later this tfetr asosiai t wel I y pdKcawl erpr Me safer ras 9t 4 Iriitw Klyuatnt Grower AnseiUea ualel the following Charter aM ArtIdM of llteMperMI ae orid1 of JaWt will he oa tie ta Ute ogee t or t tr Ho oraWe H Clay CraWfo Sseren ot t h f State of lrledda Ia the City of Tr11rr a durlag ail date of the bUeatien of Date thb lOtk day of BfffeBfeer 1B00 t ArtfeU et Ineerp + eriattsi K e IIHUaa ltlver Cftn GnWWl AIdatJea S KNOW ALL KEN BY THESE PRESENTS That we the tme ig cltnw fruit grow ere of the State ofEorida at least three of Whom are WftWeafc and citizens of the State t of Florida have this day volu tardy associat ed dureelves toether for the purpose of ...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
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