The following item was taken from the Sept. 24 through 30, 1911, Examiner.

The following item was taken from the Sept. 24 through 30, 1911, Examiner.


A boy was found acting queerly on West Electric street. He was dancing around in the middle of the street, but whenever a car would come in sight, he would act frightened and run from it like a wild horse. The police took charge of the boy and he gave his name as Alfred Koger, 17, and his home was south of Cameron. In lucid moments, he stated he was heading for Pine Ridge, Fla. Dr. Calvin Atkins, city physician, said he suffered from the effects of sunstroke.