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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 1 October 1909

> iUt iJ 0 rfo v > 4 f V I t C ft Jfc f I It j r 1 I 4 t i 7 1 11 r I I wR 1 rt 6 TOE FLOltIDASTAiR OOTOBXX 1 1909 a K AFTER AMERICAN TITLE Ij 1 BrRh WWWM CWf ChampI to e Hay In ThU Cftwniry 1 TWt to thto camntry of KiM 1 n tIae 1 It omaa = C at g 1W mated a big stir 1 Sa tM C watM ad the mfttcbM I to fe U ttkt part la whila here awe J HYc laokai forward to wttli Intense 11 i iaMiwt A native art raaident of 9cott a4 Ute Ct > pb eu learned r t olf at oa of the oldest Scottish 1 achMla aM bier access Is due to her carte palMtaklo training She plays t a CUM In style elegance and all 1 axowM excellence that many of the a professionals might envy Btaldes winning the Scottish wo p mea championship three times Miss Campbell has been the silver and r aa a HIM DOROTHY OAUFHELI bronze medalist on two occasions and In the national championships before her success at Klrkdale this year i when she won the ladles open golf 1 championship she captured the sliver lr medal and three bronze ...

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. — 1 October 1909

I c w I 11 s yI p C < Tt < t > > f t 1 i T A y 1 t f 1 t 41 Y e I h r a w 111Oe THE FLORIDA STAR 11 t io e COOTS HOtKHtS AIROAD 41 f D 10 i cMtl IM4Ktrwyr Pj1 Tr ii 4I I r W laM 1IMIoft tlI e N Dr Fred rick A Cook fa hlii own CftDt17 it to refs to tr that ke will aver focjtt 111iJd1 and food will ibowB hiss In Dtftuark tile tome of arctic tr h ripran and tdMttoU From Unt to I 4ts JL rs chatty paid tribt to iMaa w ° bad n ttOf the 9 MfUL fep oC tie earth aM Ooptoha tea packed with vial tern trop every where fairly mobbed kIa 10 anxious arerptthey to honor the fanoua Ameri 1 can who had reached the pole Dr Cook also lionized by royalty t while in Copenhagen He had several awUences with the king and also dined with him it being the first time that a private citizen ever sat at table on the rifht hand of the Danish ruler The accompanying illustration shows Dr Cook Just after he has landed in Co pe > nhagen He has a bouquet of flow ers presented by the crown prince of f De...

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. — 1 October 1909

sr A r < f t t t < i 4 t t I t t I iii < 1 r Lhf 4r clft JIo t < < r i THE FLORIDA STAR IlOlw1 IP D iVy 0 I TOR I KE1S d OOOOA J Mn DtIIIUOoa Merritt was in town 4 onToMday onIndiaDoIa Indianola WM well represented in 1 town on Saturday Mrs H E Hill ft Co have their millinery opening Oct 5th t Little Embly Greek fell and broke his collar bone one day this week 4 Mr A I Rogero of Georgiana was a visitor in town on Thursday Ducks are coming south and the return of the travelers has also set in The school wagon from the north is loaded Where do they get all the children Mrs M Fallin and Curley reached J4 home last week after pleasant visit in Indiana r The Eau Gallie ball team played Cocoa last Thursday but we failed to get the score pp Mr Frank Allen left for Arizona 1 II pn Tuesday Mrs Allen and the 1 4 baby will join him later I Our stores are busy putting in new c stock and we notice all the necessar ies for light housekeeping I IL Mrs A M Wesson celebrated her 85th ...

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. — 8 October 1909

1 T u i 1 r f 3KrtAf9i > r j S f I 0 4 > a a T 4 4 < H i t t i i t 710 L t a fr 1 t t 11 a W < > I 1 I E FLORIDA STAR f 0 o J < rotfO1f 0t11fse1 es moo e But fO1f t16 Qood of Otl1els also I VOL XXX ± ± TITUSVILLE FLA FRIDAY OCTOBER 8 1909 NO 25 DOINGS OF THE 1 I 1 PRESENT WEEK Piijent Motes Pertaining to Eients Trans p rie About Town Dont forget the Booster club meeting tonight at the Opera House 5 or 6 doses 646 will cure any case of chills and fever Price 35c You should see the new styles in boys hats and caps just arrived at Brannings Mr E E Knox paid a visit to the M tropolis city of the state the first of this week New shipment of Victor records just received at Indian River Music House fine selection 1 The wild ducks are already arriv ing hurried south by the early cold weather up north this fall Miss Merle Scobie entertained a number of her young friends at a card party Wednesday night Courtenay was well represented in Titusville Monday when the Indian River...

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. — 8 October 1909

i4ttid f f M 1 t iJ c L y F J Vi rr 11 0 i f 1 fc G N r 1 y y A 1pi 4 2 4 THI FOItA STAR i oqrpuv UIII C = II A r y t 4 J l r ti y 4 b i 1 1 13t 1 I I I I I 1 c I t t f l I f I it I Il 1 4 + e r tt f 74 + f I 1J 1 fIj J w J H I i f 1 r l f d I l I r t i 6H II t II 1 b i t e i t 1 J J 1 r I I Tc 1 J I + k I I I rfj s I I ati 1 t J y i i qJ qt I t f I iT r r 1 1i r + 1 t I I L t I I s r 7 i J Y 12 s J 1 t t T1 III Ii TIII f Litile Stories < > Of I i i Big People 7 i ol his early life re KICK4BP A DAI npy be said LINGER Uly most memo rable exprience as a rider on the plains came when a wild horse got the better of me That was at Spring Creek 1 got the thong rope over the animals head all right and managed to get him up to the snubbing post where the horses are branded Grad ually I worked up to the untamed ani mal until I was within ten feet of it With a motion as quick as lightning 60 it seemed to methe horse raised itself on itj hind legs and struck me I to the earth When I came...

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. — 8 October 1909

q r c A > r 1f i I J ofi t a M ifc + d > u U iI I I t i t 1 Q af f I II 4 f f 1 II J HL kll fII iI < CO t to 2 L1 p F r I 1 I i 6 It T t I I r f M ft 0 J IIAottJItIIIM f U V I L f 7 0000BlaM tr ItOT 4 FT on1D WIW ln ti r t1t 4 3 r i r c frisoots8 iL r rnt s ror 11 i Ijd Cetebr j ifer Festival J o cefe b to the h 1 lion of C T the city and to coxamefiaoriltB the discovery of iU harbor by i II TW Gpax de Portola first Spanish jpverpor of California In 1703 the fWW gfSE Francisco wlll hold the prfola festival Oct 10 to 23 TA accord with the herculean task st tho rebuilding of the city the festival will rival any of the great public celebra d v rio rbf the World I Plns for the festival have been ou a m gt ext ensive scale for the nations of l fie World will be the guests of San Francisco during Portola week and o they will be entertained with true Cal ifornia hospitality Hundreds of thou T sands of dollars will be spent for ec o tqns Illuminations parades and > pageants ball...

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. — 8 October 1909

is y vaw C 11 < 9 t c VI i < C C V fl A I li l 1t w5sWt n J f 1J W 110 r p r y Y i J r 0 4 I I It 1 oil I I > 4 11 r r P j I i r t t f a i I af ti r I f r L FT SBC UHW 4 THE FLORIDA STAR OCTOBXm 8 1909 P f t THE FLORIDA STAR ° l i Eaurc t tie poctoflce at Tltmtrille u ° 5 < MiclMs Mil matter > Kill B Wager Kdlter 4 PMl r PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING I II AKtlalBc Kate Faraliked ea AutJ ea I SUBSCRIPTION 150 PER ANNUM I > Numbers of those who cry stung and never again are pledged to I I 1 the ranks of the exchange next year I r r F The second credit mark for the ex c change on the mental ledgers of the citrus growers is the fact that those who did not sell early can get from 15 to 30 cents more per box for their crops than did their neighbors and a they admit that the coming of the 1 exchange did the magic trig It would be strange indeed if they were not grateful t 3 fir r P Reports to the Florida Citrus Ex I l change from the Brevard county j = locals are of a mo...

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. — 8 October 1909

r M w M II f > < ytr I t ll r 101 + ti 4 tQ r 4 II rw s + ida A r cJ 1t C t r 1 ° II I T t t 11 ill I I I 1 Ji L t tJ + r to j r > o t t + y v < y fl 1 I 1 f tj t J + i i < tr > j r r e + t tr v t I f I t ii I44 tdj o roD 81000 THE FLORIDA STAR 5 f Green Oranges in Market Mr R P R Burton sales manager I for theFlOHduCitrus R fortheFJoridaCitruJExchange says R that in New Orleans he saw oranges from Arcadia on the 18th of Septem ber too green for consumption The purchaser who claimed to have r bought them at 200 delivered re l I sold the car to Birmingham for lOc advance the purchaser paying the local freight The New Orleans pur r a chaser stated that he expected to r handle Floridas locally and did not ti care to put such stock out in that vicinity The Birmingham purchas a er is in competition with two cars r ripe California Valencias that went in the same day at about 275 de livered The shipper of this car of green fruit is a menace to the in dustry His handling o...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 8 October 1909

k t s I > < 1f J S ift r > > i u j W J It to 4 I of A E lo < p s i J I f i 6 I ± THE 5 A ASlt 9x S F i R ir OOTOBXK 8 1909 rc l S 1 ff Ir l t I y A CROOKED DOUNDARr y f 4 CMIM f the peculiar UM That Di vW Tw tiUtM I 9 If you ifill look on the map of New Jpl load you will see two cu > liow ifrtfulfcritMf in the dividing line between Massachusetts and > Comneqticvi One of them is in Granby tanuhip a little north h p weft pf Hartford and the other in Enfield township on the Connecti cut river south of Springfield It ii a standing conundrum why so longas the boundary is imaginary they did not make it in stead of crooked But thereby hangs a tale v Those twolittle jogs on the map are monuments to human obstinacy and to the persistency which is one of he chief traits of the Yankee character The ancestors of the farmers who own those little spots 4 of ground preferred to live in Mas sachusetts rather than in Connecti cut and fought for their preference 1 until they had ...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 8 October 1909

t If k 1 M fl I I I i t al t < f 1 I t > t JI rt > J < 11 1 0 o ii F f Ii b i of < if 1 n A 10 < f > t 1 11 1 tF t > i I t r f w IIC Ir I f p f tit 1 it t J t P J Tif I t 1 J T ftoxowa 1QOG THE 1 FLQillBA STAR 1 t 1 It ri 4 I A fWm OF FEATHERS 4 I ItaItNMI 1ty HI T hr It PMlM r k efL rT favorite question with the ichool couii Uee ll at old < p r 1f arc t Via > Which is e heavier a pound of fthcte or a pound of lead it The first fI answer almost always usfd to bf A pound of le 4w Then of J oR thff ol fr Bupps would come the reply Both like H this question wa asked today the 9ltime q ueris t might recede a d6cide < surprise for the Pound of feathers could easily be Proved to be the heavier A simple experi ment is all the evidence needed With any accurate scales fteigh out a pound ot lead using ordinary shot for convenience Pour the Bet into one of the pans of a bal ace For the feathers a light mus lin will be bag needed and care must be taken that feat...

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

w l r < f 4 1 Ii I r I r A J I 1l If tj j 1 I tfi r t r T i1 II J o I o t 0 f s f 1 Ff1 3 i 8 THE FLORIDA STAROCTOBER 8 1909 1 4 I RIVER IIEWS BOTES f COCOA 1 I Mr B B Wells and family are en I joy C ft new launch l Mrs A N Mathers and Mrs 0 A Prink of Eau Gallic spent Tues e I4 day in town Mr and Mrs 0 K Key and baby were calling on Mrs Allen at City S t t Point on Wednesday I r Interest in the Cocoa cemetery is c being revived The lots are badly in Il need of some attention f l t Miss Mamie HaVdee left on Satur 1 cft day for Melbourne to be in readiness f to open school on Monday c > i Mrs M E Hill Co report very successful millinery opening New f hats are in style at present City Point must be having some r ne buildings judging from the new i 4 r material going in that direction t t Mrs Hodgson and Mrs Harry t Christian Eau Gallie were visitors between trains in town Tuesday c t The platform at the freight station has been extended west some dis tance It is a decided improv...

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. — 15 October 1909

f J If t i I i It t 1 1 f I > 7 i HE 1 i STAR t p tI oM i w I N ot fo 011ifselUes iIlo e 311t fOif tte Qood of Otl1eifs Also VOL XXX TITUSVILLE 1 FLA 1 FRIDAY 1 OCTOBER 15 1909 NO 26 S t DOINGS OF THE I x PRESENT WEEK Pungent lotes Pertaining to Events Transpiring About Town 3 Dr Miller Dentist Titusville 1 Father MJ Curley of DeLand was in Titusville Sunday I 5 or 6 doses 666 will cure any case of chills and fever Price 25c t Remember The Alpine for lodging and quick lunch when in Titusville New shipment of Victor records r just received at India River Music House fine selection Rev Wm Stones desires to thank our people for their gift of 2775 to the Orphanage Arcadia Miss Daisy Brady arrived home from Camden S C last Friday af ternoon for a months visit Mr W H H Gleason of Eau Gal lie spent a part of Monday in Titus ville on important business matters I We are told by the dickey birds that there will be another wedding in Titusville the first week in Novem ber I Among the recent...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Florida star. — 15 October 1909

s rw Ttw t t p t f I rA w L Y J Lt t 4 i p 1 t J 1 II LF c r f e r 9j x 4 lr R off y J yo 1 T C tit r d I R t IIA A r li l I f Y 1 l l H r r ol t olH t j t i 4c M tt t of M Y Ji i Y f fr Y t t h 4 µ t 1 j I r L s r 4 r I t L r f I I i t t Pk i M oj J tt ll tN 7v 1o > 7 i as J 7 v 1 f I S a t J 2 1 i THE FLORIDA STAR L OCTOBER 15 Y 1900 ij J Ii 1i P gii j i i t j 7g p fZI I j Spectacles of 1 1 New Yorks I 1 Great Fete S NS S EW YORKS Hudson uiton NEW will go dow In history as the greatest historical celebra tion ever held In this country itnqt In the world Aided by modern In Wbtlpp and Ingenuity und by a score of other nations there were furnished day by day spectacles that millions of ifcbple saw and enjoyed The great naval parade brought together the lar gest collection of warships and other cf ft ever seen In American waters while the land parades and festivals t in which thousands took part were sights never to be forgotten The Il lumination features of the celebration lighted...

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. — 15 October 1909

l s + I > wr y 1 < i 1 0 > u f f 1 J l t 0 i It I II J 4 J r L S p t J r I f I r l 1 I r I d i J m o i 0 It I T V lit THE r < FLORIDA SThR 3 L v lk + tt + + + + + + + + + 4I + + + + + + r i 1 4 i < Jeff S Visit The Great + + + r Firjtfew Orleans Waterway M 1iog Ij r 11 + + + LLL Y 9 0 d oft bt the NO molt Impor tant affair that Priildtnt Taft will participate In on bis awing around the circle will take place during his visit tp > he city of New Or leans It is here t that then fourth annual meeting of the Lakes to the < WOVEMOR SANDERS Gulf Deep Water 1 LOUISIANA r W U Y a8soclatlon r trill be held on Oct 31 and Nov 1 and 2 > find the Crescent City on this l l Ie OM1Rfnn will entertain more promi j nent iiieu than ever before In her his tory J There r wlll he present at this con 1 t m lUll to help the p > od work along l1UtUhl1i from every part of the coun try and many from abroad in addi tion to tilt nations chief executive there will aitend Vice President...

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. — 15 October 1909

te u Y f fi 4IIE o 11 1 f + a < > N j < W r j 1 i 1 WI A c i1 d rt > 1 A 1 t j t L + t Y thC 1 J t Y r + J r i t 1 r 1 > I f a v IS f 1J f r 1 1 j < I > > 1 > > C t t f 1 i I < < > r 0 C J 1 J t If 1 A i I r i r fl 1iI jij 10 k a asV If t + r t I or + Jd Sc 00 0 I 0 > I to o 6 oJ x 0 0 THE i FLORIDA STAR OCT01I 15 1000 JjtE FLORIDA STAR K f Entered at postoffico at Titurvilje O as > ocoBdclM8 mail matter a K11I g Wager Editor and Fabllfther Fi EUBLI8HEU VERY FRIDAY MORNING Y Advertising Kate FarBtelied on Application I SUBSCRIPTION 15e PER ANNUM i Booster Club Organized In accordance with the publisher call a well attended meeting of the u citizens of Titusville was held at the ° opera house last Friday night at which the ladies lent their presence for the purpose of organizing a Boos ter Club for Titusville r v Mr Chas B Kingman made an ex F t R i cellent address stating succinctly the object of the meeting and the great e k need of unit...

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. — 15 October 1909

> fan hWttillilkJuiS P lfP B I B P J 1 T WWIWpp lBPIHIi Uiy JJfo JE1 J 4 4lJ I J pi iaflii9s r = n = Si i I > i ryjS 1 If r 9 I OQTOM 1C 1900 THE FLORIDA STAR 5 t D rr R ix u DdDiaryDiacuNed x fie FJAzlrairue M y Tl c probabilitielare bad rthouxht o our ExSenator H S Williams my rumination would never have been 1 written Certainly not had he and his dirY both come into my mind No sir never would I have butted in with my fickle memory I would nUt i even have tried to copy the 23rd pialm for publication 4 The exsenator says he was very much interested in W S Norwoods y ruminations as they brought the I early days of life on the Indian river I f very vividly to hjs mind I But me thinks it brought more vividly to his mind the chance it gave him to write an article in which he + could tell the public that my memory K r was no I good when compared with his 7 aid his DIARY He could not stop at correcting me on one or two points ashe asked the privilege of doing but he tried to beclou...

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. — 15 October 1909

r i i y t h n o o 4 41 > t t i r F CO I I < j r > 7 A 1 i i t f I 6 THEELORIDA STAR OcnOJlEB l s 1 1 I AA FRIENDLY CACTUS n 4 N Ne 4 f Thirst In a D Wt Where tht BlMiaj GrVwa I A cactus that > will serve > as a com t pass and a will ii Indeed a useful plant In a book caled Campfires jon Dcicrt and Lara W T Hbrn day decrib a barrel or bisnaga k cactus a deeplj fluted and elabo rately pined plant The tradi lion is that every bisnaga always leans to the south A majority of ithem do lean in that direction but they are not absolutely to be de I pended upon As a well however 4 jthe plant is very valuable In times of stress for water the man who is tortured by thirst and f heat can draw from it a cool and Copious drink of water which stir s passes the ambrosia of the gods In Arizona in summer a man needs about two large gallons of water a day Part or all of this water can be supplied from the bisnaga Here is our experience On the third day 4 out we stopped to get some water ...

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. — 15 October 1909

t IJ < llI L S > oi < 1 T r j < iA < OL J J Ie f V > < C t j J t t > t J 1 f t > t 0 p T7 1 1 It 1 fi f oil j 1 oj J w 1 j J < 7r A l > tIOR THE < FLQRJDA STAR w l I AALE OF ANTIQUES I s Tri it a lhrew1f DI4114N a y e41 r i AttttU p r I r It0z7 told in tie ienaoriea of an Old Collector makes clear the tricks in trade to which an unscru 3 l9u 1 dealer in antiquities will re sort In order to get a large gum for ha wares The two parties were J llewllndro > CMtelltai the clever 1 r and Baron Adolph Roth A of Paris 1 Castellani had mans god to get hold of a superb enameled ewer to ether with the dish o n which it stood He knew that Baron Adolph had a fancy for objects of this kind but he also knew that Rothschild was never so carried away by his fancy as to pay more than t was rea sonable for anything that pleased him Castellani devised a bit of strategy The baron on arriving in Rome visited Castellanis shop and was shown the best things the dealer ...

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. — 15 October 1909

fcMA TT ti > lf rd t i lcA > < It of v I A oJ f I V < n t e v ipx I Tf > r t K j 1 4t 8 r r THE FLORIDA STAR OCTOBER 15 1909 I RJYER NEWS NOTES i COCOA Work hu begun n the fill for the F new dock COCOA feels the impor tance of that dock and everyone is ta pleased with the prospect of such a fine one oneD Mr D C Canfield will move his I family to Cocoa as soon as a house is 1 ready for them Mr Canfield is a first class photographer and artist having studied in Germany and New York City Miss Marguerite Dixon reached 1 home last Thursday from a visit to j Capt and t Fischer in Savannah p and other points in Georgia t A petition is being circulated to establish a rural free delivery route from Cocoa to Frontenac It will be a great benefit to the community i through which it will pass not only as an inducement to new settlers but as a convenience to those near i t here hereMrs Mrs Thos Crawford who has been i in charge of the Cocoa House during ff Mrs Grimes absence left o...

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. — 22 October 1909

M C f i h + a rr M t ww y > t MIyM t4W + w t t r 4 v r C I f t I S A f r p Jlot f ac Oteles Sloqe Sqt I jttt e Qood of Otlt etas Also t t V0LtjXX J TITUSYILLiEFLA FRIDAY OCTOBER 22 1909 NO 26 n > c t DOINGS OF THE 4 r PRESENT WEEK WEEKS hljllt X0t 1s Futility to ETiits r t Tn a sp1 Abut Toil iDr Miller Dentist Titusville J Remember The Alpine for lodging and I quick lunch when in Titusville RevW H Cresson of City Point paid THE STAR office a pleasant call Tuesday afternoon Mr Fred Aldridge of Daytona was passenger on the southbound 1 yesterday to Cocoa where he will overhaul Mr Porchers motor boat Hon Claude LEngle candidate for United States senate in the Demo cratic primaries 1910 was in town Monday and paid THE STAR office a pleasant call P Mrs James F Mitchell of Cocoa S spent part of Tuesday and Wednes t day on a visit to be sister Mrs S J Overstreet and with her father Mr W S Norwood Mr and Mrs Thos Goodall and Bon Hon Ernest M Goodall arrived at Daytona Beach Monday fro...

Publication Title: Florida Star, The
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