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rnE, FL1, RIDAY, SEPmTEMBE 8, 190
AC' t' asm
m6- *A.. obe a"O e0
ab ~~ma fie hmnd
ILe at Da mretarsam
i-t bor. tOo r, Mrs.g *
.. MR A. a mfei t, ot Oealea whe
haI Ie*ar ft raehersr, Ma .
3.3. S umes ho at Deaytes, retarn-
SM eto treMe yalsaedf earrylang
am pm C a was irpp M fri New
'T arD Mr.~A H. onber, of this
Mrs. apperett and Miss Geids, of
tbI uh jD ofM -- tbsi i re-
Styra l hemi- a It wak after a de-
ghtl m r spent in Jackwaville
and Dayteaa Bushe
S M. Ohra DelMr. and grand daugh-
tOer, MM Reskar, and grandson, Frd
DeCormee), retunad Tuesday after-
moonM fte a vioit of two months with
relatives ilJackaona a.
Mr. C. J. Dnmbel tareod th City
Bakery ovr to Mer DepDpe Tues-
day ait after arie operated the
sam very ..a .funly moder a lease
forth past te years.
Mrs. L BLrow and mother, Mrs.
C. L. Wri t, left rt Pterm a few
V days a for Mlad, where they will be
the guests of their Ister and daughter,
Mrs. L C. Brnhin, for a while.
John E. Hartridg, of Jacksonville,
J. D. Begg and J. H. Jones, of Or-
lando, a trio of proit t attorneys of
this state, were n town Monday and
Tuesday and registered at Hotel Dixie.
Mrs. Max Hok, who home is at
the mouth end of Mosquteo lagoon, re-
cently made a abort visit to Daytona
with herfriends, Mr. and Mrs. John
Myers, who formerly wre residents of
Mrs. P. C. Nelson, aof South Titus-
vUle, expects to lave rSuday for At-
lanta with Master Car and Miss Elle,
where Master Car will enter Georgia
Military Academy, at College Point, a
suburb of Atlanta. Mrs. Nelon and
Elon will spend several weeks the re e
Bargains in every department at
Kline's this week.
Sealed bids l be r cevo by the
undersigned up to noon of Monday, the
6th day of epeber, 190, for the fol-
Transportig shool children from La
Grange to Tituvil% eho-ner- wagon,
good reliable white drie over 21 years
of age. No other will be considered.
JoIn R. WAR n,
County Supt. of Pub. Inst'n.
5 or 6 doses '" will cure any
case of chills and fever. Price 25c.
For two months charter this winter.
Light draft with bath and toilet,
with or without power, suitable for
party of two aside from crew. Ad-
dres G., care THe STAR.
5 or 6 doses "66" will cure any
case of chills and fever. Price 25c.
Lot 29, Quimby plot, Aurantia, 10
acres, valued by commissioners at
fifty dollars, which claim is not too
high, will sell for twenty-five dollars.
Address, J. J. NEEBON,
18 Lake Place, New Haven, Conn.
WEI Cut Stove Wood
If there is anybody who wants
stove wood cut please hire G. W.
Hart. He will cut from onehun-
dod strads on up. Inquire at the
G. W. HAW.
I 10 04uw htodm utm 's A
P a ob aw b ha t s
Ioem omae Pm bdf
bw a" twgis hot wwntw t r
ad am of the above latatayleSW
SITU AM QALFT
M s for the Exchange
Imt tAit ema IsfW N-
The Ytoda Citrus Exchange has
tran apm smtives men who have
signed the uprat
Th psumrs f the organization
now depends principally on the pro-
per distribution of the crops and to
makg then members properly pick,
grad and pack. The exange is
to run up against the grower
who has joined the exchange solely
to get in with honest shippers, as he
hs put up sueh poor stock for years,
that it is nearly impoWible for him,
as an individual, to market his crop
at any price.
Last January, A. J. Buckey & Co.
received by express four boxes of or-
anges, paying 40c express per box.
The oranges were a lot of culls, un-
led, unwrapped and covered with
amnd. This shipment was made in
the heart of the orange season. This
week the Tennessee Produce Co. re-
ceived ome North Carolina apples.
They were packed in hampers and
the two top layers were very nice,
but underneath the rest of the fruit
was speckled, rotton and worm-eat-
en, and not apple larger than a
The Citrus Exchange can accom-
plish a great and ood work, by
weeding out the dishonest growers,
and also help put the dishonest com-
mission men out of business. Both
are of no use to the growers, ex-
change, or commission men.
City Point and Sharpes Organize
The orange growers of City Point
and Sharpes met Tuesday night of
last week for the purpose of organiz-
ing a local association under the
Florida Citrus Exchange,to be known
as the City Point Citrus Growers'
The meeting was a thoroughly har-
monious one throughout, all of the
City Point growers but two were
present and a good representation
was there from Sharpes.
About 13,000 boxes were pledged
and many more are expected to come
Plans are being gotten out for a
thoroughly equipped, up-to-date cen-
trally located packing house, which
will be built at once at City Point
station, the same to be ready for
handling the fruit when the ship-
ping season opens up.
The following officers were select-
ed: President, W. H. Cresson; vice-
president, W. H. Sharpe; secretary,
C. K. Maddox; treasurer, E. E. Swin-
son. Directors: W. H. Cresson, W.
H. Sharpe, Geo. E. Chester.
The recent meetings and organiza-
tions show conclusively that the In-
dian river country is thoroughly
aroused apd enthused over the new
methods proposed by the Florida
Citrus Exchange for the marketing
of the citrus fruits in this section.
Limeade, delicious, healthful and
cold, 5 cents, Banner Drug Store.
All bread tickets bought of City
Bakery prior to Sept. 1st will be re-
deemed in cash by the undersigned.
C. J. DENHAM.
The Novelty Store
Is the cheapest place in town to buy.
school supplies. Give us a call. One
door west of Duren's market.
I. M. DODSON.
Remember The Alpine for lodging
and quick lunch when in Titusville.
Orange and Grapefruit Trees
(r*a~m *** Ck;I~ P1 ^ :^!
sMnaul UD. rm m I
Ja raceivedo a fsmt of -6
eerd po in a the alir
shade, looks just lii worth
cents a yard, special fIr cents.
Natural linen, worth 35 cents per
yard, al 25 cents.
A29noer quality worth50 cents for
New uad up-todate patterns i
ginghams,toil du nord and Bates
searmsekem and sid colored cham-
brays, suitable for children's school
drmms and boys' blues, at 12
cents per yad.
adras in fancy colored strip
worth 3 cent a yard, special Mon-
day for 35 cents.
Flaxon, the latest white material
for suits and ladies' dreses, just like
pure linen, 2S cents per yard.
A good quality of white lawn,
worth 35 cents for 25 cents per yard.
A good quality of India linon,
worth 20 cents for 15 cents per yard.
A good quality of India linon,
worth 20 cents for 12 cents per
Bargains in dimities, ranging in
price from 12 to 25 cents per yard.
Ladies' guaranteed hose, six pairs
for $2.4, guaranteed for six months.
Ladies' fancy belts, in all styles,
worth 75 cents, Monday's special 59
Dutch collars in all styles and de-
signs for 25 cents each.
BASEBALL PLAY AT NIGHT
Chickasha li s 111Will latc Titus-
Tillae let Tlhsdiu Tho Gums
Tmluilr smla t i tt
Dr. MIner DeatRs TUafle
Have yea Isee that special sale offer
of skirts at Iie's tMs week?
Mr. Norwood has baen ea the
sik list for the pt ten d.ays with
attack of ludigtio.
ev. J. PF. Ofiyle, of Daytna, in
writing back to friends from Phlds-
phia, says Florid is the place to sped
the summer if you wat to be comfbrt-
Mrs. W. H. Hall and little daungter,
Wiard returned home yesterday fom
a very pleasant visit of a couple moaths
with relatives and friends on the ulf
Quite a large party of young folks
went to the oean beach at Chester
Shoals house of refuge Sunday in Mr.
Ennis' mailboat, returning by the meor.-
light that night
Rev. Elmer E. Shafer, of Melbourne,
will preach at the City Point church
Sunday morning, September 5th, at
10:30 o'clock. The public is cordially
invited to this service.
Mr. Howard L. Holmes, of C an ver-
al, who has been taking a sum .nr va-
cation from his grove and api: -y w;rk
since the middle of June, return .i to
Canaveral Tuesday on the maul boat.
There are forty-odd county convi.:ts
working on Volusia's roads, %: vin4
tnemu ces ran ina from f0i iRay t.. il
madi 01 t th ee*e d It&-
v11h a Thn he suam
Mr.. W.A .eato., of Cocon, ide a
ying bnas trip ts the county rsat
aTusaey after aL *
Why sed yu r mor daughter to
college out of the stateT See Stteeon
saDb" 'ot, page 4.
Dr. H. G. Utley expect to leave to-
night for a visit of about te days to
his old home in North Carolina.
Mr. P. J. Hall lft Tuesday for Or-
aaoe Springs in Marion county, on a
visit to his mother for a few days.
Mr. kR D. Gladwin left Monday for
Fort Pierce and Miami, but will stop off
here on his return north for a stay of a
week or so.
Mrs. H. G. Uutley is looking forward
to the arrival in a few days of her cou-
sin, Mis Ella DeWitt, of Baltimore,
who will pay Titusville an extended
Dr. J. E. JJrich has gone to High-
lands N. X, for a visit of several
months with his family, the houseboat
Dentoe will be hauled out at Daytona
until his return.
Mr. Bert Hale arrived Wednesday to
take the run between this place and
Sanford while Conductor Hallie M.
Nolle goes to John Hopkins, Baltimore,
for an operation.
Mrs. C. F. Hanlon arrived Thursday
afternoon from Ocilla, Ga., being met
in Palatka by her hllband, who holds a
position in THE STAR office. They are
located in the Dodson cottage.
A fine little daughter arrived at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Philip H. Wright,
at Sunbeam, Wednesday, and our wor-
thy young tax collector is receiving
hearty congratulations over the new
F. M. Tyler, of Fort Pierce, is on a
visit to the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific ex-
position, at Seattle, Washington, where
e will spend the month of September.
During his absence his daughter, Miss
Edith Tyler, will be acting county tax
collector of St. Lucie county.
Master Carl Wilson was the proudest
boy in town Monday when his new
Iver Johnson bicycle arrived, which he
bought up with his little savings from
the Indian River Music House. The
bicycle is low frame with full sized 28
inch rear wheel and 26 inch front and is
pronounced the handsomest juvenile
bicycle ever seen in Titusville.
Mr. W. F. Green arrived home Tues-
day night via rail from St. Augustine,
where he left the launch Dixie to be
brought home by Mr. Clifford Rogero.
The Dixie accompanied Mr. Robbins and
the Bonita to St. Augustine, but en-
countering some obstruction in the
Tomoka which injured her propeller and
shaft, Mr. Green did not care to make
the return trip via boat.
Alderman Van T. Worlev, who has
charge of the road work now going on
in town, completed the shelling of the
road leading to the river from the aven-
ue to the river the first of the week. It
is about one-ninth of a mile in length
and cost the town a trifte over fifty
dollars. Mr. Worley will put some
much needed work on the road in the
park and on the road leading to La-
The Young Man
Who deposits his money in a HOME
bank and pays his bills by check not
only builds up a BANK CREDIT which
will be very useful to him in the fu.
ture but also saves more money.
There is less drain for foolish or n- Church Notes
necessary expenses. He gets aheadurch notes
faster because he likes to watch his Rev. Wm. Stones will preach at La-
bank balance grow and he soon rea- Grange on Sunday next at 11 a. m..
lizes that a GROWING bank account and at Titusville at 7:30 p. m.
has many advantages beside the Dean Robottom will officiate in Holy
amount of his deposit. Trinity church, Melbourne, on Sunday
We woqld like YOU to open an ac- morning, next. at 10:30 o'clock, and in
count with THIS BANK. St. John's church. Eau Gallie, Sunday
INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK. f evening at 7:31 o'clock.
Kline's Gents Furnishing Dep't Bargains in every department at
Men's neglige shirts, made of an Kline's this week.
excellent quality of percale, the fa-
mous Princely shirts, worth 75 cents Gun Repair Works
and $1.00, Monday only 5M cents each. All work guaranteed, also guns
Men's clothing at a greatly re- stocked and rebored.
A--aI nv,,a I
A Milch Cow Bargain
SF:>r sale BOTH my milch cows to
i some out of town parties. ('ne. fresh.
Ithe other to come in. but giving a
good quantity of milk. Value of one'
a $100.)0. the other $75.1(). Price to
*on pe n. $12> ) N), 'ASH. First
money gets them.
MRS. F. M. TAYLOR,
For Sale Cheap for Cash
About 88 acres of good high land
on the east or ocean side of the In-
dian river at the Narrows, described
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One of the m novel andinterest-months, a they are doing lots of gx1od
ing entertainments that Titusville we
has ever had will be the Indian ball work for the county. The pat week
team that cross bats with the Titus- they were at work on the hI 'y hii
ville team on the home diamond on road.
the 9th inst. (next Thursday. Rev. M J. Curiey. of Del anr. st,.p.
The Chickasha Indians are carry- ped off at this place Tuesday i nis % ay
ing a 60. 000 cample electric light home from Fort Pierce, whtu- he has
plant that illuminates the ball ground just let the contract for the teetir n of
as bright as day. They will be here a new Catholic church edifice. Father
for two games on that date, at 3:30 Curley staid until Wednesday afterrnot .
p. m., and 7:30 p. m. They are out
for the scalps of the Titusville play- There is a movement on foot a::,-ng
ers, and as our team has never e!n the Methodists of Florida to organize
defeated, the Indians will have to and operate a Christian Assembly Hall
eeated e inian l whiave to at Enterprise. It will be tht headquar-
play better ball than the white man ters for conferences, Bible institutes.
has played heretofore. and training schools and religious ath-
Cincinnati is the only city in th.: rings of various kinds. It za inL,.:ed
United Stateswherethegreatnation- to make it a center of influence nI all
al game is played by electric light, Christian work, not only in this state.
and Titusville will have cause to be but all over the country, and those push-
proud that an the 9th we will have a ing the movement have the influence tu
novel feature that cannot be seen in carry it to success.
New York or Chicago.
From letters of inquiry and inter- Card of 1 hanks
est manifested, this innovation will The Titusville Baseball club returns
attract more people to our town than hearty thanks to the ladies of Titusville
have ever been here htfore. for the handsome susts that have just
The committee has taken up the been received, that were procured
matter of excursion rates from Fort throughthe noble forts of the ladies
Pierce and other poitits to Titusville, by the benefit entrtanme they re-
and hundreds of people will come .
pouring into town at day to wit- Panital
ness the combat between the Redskin Planc Recital
and Paieface, and Titusville will give Miss Mary Louise Haile will give a
them -ill a hearty welcome. piano recital, under the direction and
The Chickasha line-up: Laughing management of Mrs. C. Jamt.4 Denhani.
Water ht fin-In-heat TitusvilleOp.-ra House. Tuesday next.
Watersright field; Rain-n-The-F, September 7th. Admission ^ cents.
center field; Riding Bear, left field;
LittlePiute, shortstop; Joe Bigheart, FURNITUREF DRY GOODS, SHOES
1st base; Red Eagle, 2nd base; Spot- Bureaus ssrs, during stands
ted Horse. 3rd base; ChiefCrowfoot, Wash-stands, refrigerators, springs
c rWash-stands, refrigerators, shGrinCss
catcher; Charle Grey Eyes, pi tcher. Mattresses, kitchen safes, ice cream
Titusville lihe-up: Cowart. right freezers iWhite Mountain), chairs
field; Revell, center field; Walker. Tables, wardrobes, iron beds, rugs
left field; No:wood, short stop; De- Mattings. art aquarts. carpets.
Course, 1st base; Rogero, .nd base, CHAS. A. -GARDNER. 'Phone :%
Johnson. 3rd base; Battle. catcher;:
Tucker. pitcher. For Sale
Black Hawk and Mclnndon will Six tine N. C. Hound pups.
pitch the night game. E[DDIn RAMSIE
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0 01*of d
seb elIV a Mee&
I3-mll ^ mu a Wep mbe.q
W.e e- vow ."soa -"M
-- .nadme e U aw-- w a as
li-las at*** le tha whe he pm
a ftaod met pemUs ml at twhe
me -ka.4W a-MWM at s "wping
vni ta n18 ep ieise we pu tty
Ve .. .. .. th. p.pd t theY
'Ade II a number ot psuslm is
qlsad ln '1 tm e e f urn L0
a t which be was gone thre
*t ad U mwn added to the trip
I Mu-t Meeisl owverW. trav-
Sc- -Om m -- le than all
ar k rb the resst e-w thel
f chief t exective will arpasw
ftam a. oftae., a* wN ll-
in leave is pMdeeMor bemaind ten
,t eoofy. He wil 4ve
oly e ad p -ehal cars at bib di-
PML 6" a te ow.amt di
Pm--I, P ---e t had a rtain eft e.
He s wo g 4mvW em ulara tan
ee @'n os spee" fmrm Wah.
sto to rmam from rIa*
sleabask Waaooagaln.. Taft
WmE hb m anlid baly hias saef o
rtyd met or two 4ad& Wmte
Dine attaebe. oo_-- -elt bad a ret-
be ot twenty n hie wake. This tr
is to met ft $0 whie RooseOea
o 108 came to over.Y000 .
PresMet lTalS most aortherty de
timati i las ee .where be is to visit
the Alau-TlmhmPacW ezpomtlos.
aeM hs e th@ ItfmIt I -the dviding
Um between the Oalted States and
M*pe t he miklde of the lnteanr .
tmm bride .over the RIo ,Grande at
SPa, TaM. 8tarl g rom the north
Seat of MaSach-met tn preldent
oes west direct from Beverly. He
A r ao arM lr E Pi AmMa Ol
wM1 motor nto Boston the morning of
Sept. 15-blts fty-ocod birthday-
4s ~ re brt cbe cawr bkbh prac
ticaly will be a roving Wbite Hpas,
for 4o mootha.
HM frrst stop will be at Cbicao.
where be s to arrive on the morning
of Sept 16 and there spend the after-
oon aad evening. leaving at 8 o'clock
IFday morning. Sept. 17. fer Madl-
Me, Wis., where be will pead the en-
tie foremoon of that day. leaving Mad-
tan at mIdday for Winoma. Mina..
with a brf top at Portage. Ws e
ote. After spending Friday night at
Wtoma the mremldet wll reach MIa-
Rmapolis early te morning of tur-
ay. Sept. I& Whble at Mlanempol
tbepreIdent wI visit St. Paul for the
afbtaon and ei e will stay
oB 1atirday and unday In Minneap-
olf. leavg g Sunay night at 8 o'clock
bn order.4 reach Des Molnesa s a. the
morning of 8 ept M Five hours will
be spent It De Moisaa, and then the
present moves on to Omaha for the
late afternoon and evening.
hrom that time on brief stop will
bh made at varla andia sIno anlamA
sN teeamf dm e am'
eW (es sewepntsMt we as at-
iiA4 is newoemo m ios st
- Oi P. !S d @ -oA b -mu
twe ay .e w ay. Wess
t wi e"sCas tealla It
aftsn at epeand tatwads evelin
O fuday. lltm Dauem the paS-t
daet pMos oet to t. Lowee to
w Ibs tyrim the Yidnne "d
emt emy the teamle eI bt hominy.
"iP. and amm balast mean a-
begIf hisUto down the M.-sissip-
and bs tour the so0th.
Abete tI ort y baquo ae to abe
tp and eaS banqe means a
-aL Three tim t ferty speet b
are epted f bldm between dinners.
Sthe prddMet is lookeg forward to
a fly buy ltie in member. Oe-
taber ad November. Not more than
uO maiEn, AI&I5KA-IUKON-PACElW 31-
one or two of the most important ad-
dressea will be prepared by the presi-
/.dent before he starts on the trip. ii.
Jbeleves that he can do himself better
Justice when be speaks on the spur
*of the moment and draws hle inspira-
,on from the' remarks of those that
precede him on the platform or from
the events that are pamalng in review.
There is no doubt that this program
ia rapidly improving him as an ex-
teuporaneos speaker. Short as the
time has been since he put it into ef-
fect. he Is much easier in his manner
and readier wit his wits than before
lat all's campaign President Rooae-
vet before starting on A tour was in
the habit of preparing most of the
speeches be expected to make. Often
the newspapers would receive a doxen
of them.all In a bunch. ech with its
"release date" printed on the cover
and each,given to the press under the
most solean pledge to avoid prema-
ture publication. Once in awhile. In
the excitement of the day's work.
some mMnepaper would print the
wrong speech on a certain date or
,print It ahead of delivery. Then there
-was the miachief to pay. Whatever
else may be aid in favor of previous
apeecb prepare u,w. there was aJways
tbat danger to dread, and Mr. Taft
by refuaing to write out any of his
addresses in advance effectually pre-
vents any such break" In the office
of the dailies.
In traveling with economy and sam-
plicity the president subjects blmnelt
to many annoyances and drawbaeka
that be is spared when "running spe-
clal." A special train Is king of the
road and everything is sidetracked to
let It go by. but a private car hitched
to a regular passenger train, whichb i
the Taft way of traveling. Is no bet-
ter th;:n the, trtng of coaches of wbicl
It forms the tail.
Theu. too. the president wil not bavr
the omrtorts that he is given oun i
ipeeal train. His quarters will Lbe
crowded, and every time the trait,
stop at a station to take on or let off
pamengers a crowd of enthuiastie cit.
Items will make a dash for his car to
shake his hand. Thell not get as far
as the hab^abaking point most of the
time. It Is true. but the eecret service
guard will have the time of their
ives In protecting him from the on-
- a A .%*A as.. %.#
OOoxora LL sOTY T. s IWAID.
be organized the Illinois naval reserve
with which ue is not connected al
present, however. He was the fret ex
ecutive otcer of the reserve, in thm
firt stages of wbk- blhs tact and
diplomacy were utililed to good pur
Colonel reward bha been an execu
tive since 1871. serving eighteen yean
as vuperintendent of a large tClcagc
vsN ob as
- m .e0t
h~ e~ --
Se-U SP~ -
with wbhic the "Oh, nothing in particular, nlv
convention greeted I thought if you shook bad I'u d hlk
his appearance. .N ou t o *ho "ad Id h
oth aepearacke. r o, o stand by and see if you couldn't
aroused anything shake the 15 shillings out of your
Uke the same eu- pocket which you have owed me to
thuslasm. This re- g n a-Locdo Standard.
markable tribute k i
was ivent blm not "^h ^ An Excell*at Medicine"
w" given him not
only as the bead Thi i what they all say who have i,..-
and practical cre- 8t. Joeph's Liver Regilator. whbth r i
ator of the United liquid or powder form. Its i esy. hImt it r
ator of the United lievesthe system of bilious arnL.ulatiwu.
States forest serv- RICHARD A. tbu avoiding es tipa i ud allJi knt.lr
tee, but as the .ALLINOeA. evils. Asnfamily medicine itshauf w. if a
chairman of the national conservation equ ales- eaituor. Dr~Iugg ahil me eI~rs
dealers sell it. liquid. 3or a baOW.: .wwdevr
commu oion., the body formed by the in tla boxes, at ea ie bI :e for
meeting of the governors of the various dollar. Dont sccet somaetija eoh "j"st a
states in the last year of the Rooevelt ," but be ie to let t. Joeeph's Lver
.-...-... -_ ... ... 1uu-lator.
Ie ww Iw o H w -e O9
1#Wr:E 'rfOL W a- .
maim wopte a
i j-k, rgM eawm ^t m _
woe ea wm eb wnmeptn we
f Af tamt tLew W--
aM[ tor, 0wh o1beW
M r. dC Uftm Bithm ladw aerMl arl
hia tnitr Ml -
A Newh advocate aw doew
a lady say to her o air "Trit I
Mr. C.. the lame lawyerr. Trnij
erod. he repMed. "No~ mqda; I a a
lame man. but not a la lawyw."-
"How do you hle y nw t e? btg
qired the m-a who weld be nobby.
They ezammed tI
"It arebem, s,-" aI one, "a chanm
bon SI Din down a rainbow."
And they passed oa o another s
CHICAGO'S POUCE CHIEF.
oel l Steward Well VitMd to Handl
the Windy Citys Mloueseta.
Not ever man wants to be elef a
a big city's police force. And not ever
man, of couar, capaSble of 6Ulan
eob a postUo. Mayor umase of (.1
eao discovered these facts recently
when he had such an appotntnaent to
oIL The matter was naly adjusted
owqver. by the selection of oonae
La Roy T. Steward as bead of th
biaeoats of the Windy City. a man
well ftted for this offce. He bas ha
years o experience In military at
tairs, having occupied leading place
to the sate militia, and as superia
teadent of the Chicago postofice h
had personal direction over a force a
large as that in the city police depart
Colonel Steward was born in Dayton
0, March 24, 1882. He was educated
at the schools in his native city and
came to Chicago Apri 1. 1879. He
early :interested himself I the na
tonal guard and was lieutenant of the
First regiment from 1880 to 1886
Then he became aseclated with the
Second.regiment. in which he was cap
tain from 1888 to 1893. He was In
spector general, the ranking offer. o0
the staff of General Wheeler. First
brigade. I. N. G.
In those ears Colonel Steward war
active in the civic affairs of Chicago
also. He was on the committee of on
hundred of the world's fair and wa
chairman of the committee of public in
formation in connection with the open
Ing of the exposition. More recently
-- S l -
a N- m1 I C~U
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p Nemt the ltiemi
a beie et s eotl.IT.
P6* oniry *er THE r tmE
at ekae, m wah.. --
ae am mBs "a The" weben P of" s of mb"eI
see t the at Co -emmi --- Per a e- -M.
rs wn s Ub tImuei t 1a m o1 1 toMe -t
f t a e te" hae ber higMate ri. d g h e
policy ot SeeWtary the ee O o M Ass *Me t*
o fthe Isterior ave a mt memeel pamd In As
a ar nil.it bas ssU em meter to aer am w Ipe
3 frni Dis ed su meb
ec imco, o t w pne i ama wameo at the bese a a
f has Met goea ee its anoal r vacation L as bma d g to seeu 3
a lwth a midsummer topei of eonverner It wa upos Dewey's m seab
to As Is the way with such g osat commbad "You muy Af vwhs rm *.
rumors have been rif and thue n3 Iv Grikley," tha the famous sval b
varde all the way from the disnuat uI hsalln bay opey s artw wed
of PDlchot to that of Ballgr and later Captala in orM who had aeba
. bare even Included a coo ict between flom a sdk.kbed to tabs esainid og
the Taft metbuds and the Roosevelt the Olympla at the tim. died. aOd 8
policies. Yet Mr. Pinebot mohas exp- mot ever sda bhi motnbers omeda
. itly denied any confait between him- has been a m eortal to ber boi at A-
self and the president and gained pro- Iaton. Theodore ~roovelt. DrmWr
Slonged applause in this very pokane and many other proumbnt hve
speech by declaring that Mr. Taft was beue thoroughly it sympathy wb b er
p ed to cay out the puolicle of hbl desire e, ad in more thea on ye rees
predeesor.. Nevertheles t Is genera- a bill bas ee introduced for as ap
ly believed in Washington that the proprato for this mo al. bt
s president will support his secretary of without result
the Interior. This will not necessarlj Mtr. Orkie). however. bas koe up
SInvolve the dismissal of Pichbot. bow- the eight all theme year. at them ame
y ever. who as bead of the forest erv- time working at her desk In the lead
I Iee a not directly under Ballinger. but ce at Wasbington. a posltke 0s1
under th mecretar of agriculture. was coum~lled tol reign rmently b-
y Rather Mr. Tafts well known abill- ause of ll health. She left the m-
Sties as a peacemaker will double: ernm ent service at *be age ef eighty-
L come into play. our years and was believed to br the
l The point at assue between the sec- oldest wounsu lu the employ of Uncle
Sretary of the Interior and the chief of Sam. All the energrks of her decllntin
n the forestry bureau arose over the con- years have ten devr-.dt to this lream
d servation of the water power tracts In
. the northwest. Practically the last act
Sof President Roosevelt before leaving
. ofce was the withdrawal of nearly a '
e million acres of government land from
a homestead entry. This land is unfit for
of a monument to Charley. At lst.
convinced that she could not reaUiz
IraUTIONS NZIs N NorrMWr. this hope, the ondaunted old lady be-
gan collecting a fund for a bronse tab-
agricultural purposes, and the object let and only recently cm nd the nCe.
of Its withdrawal was to keep it out esaary sum. Some time during the
of the hands of private combinations coming falt this tablet will be unveiled
and speculators. While It was placed in Bancroft hall at the Naval academy.
in the forest reserve. ill of it being A napon
timber land. the real |Ijrjx..e was to y.
hold the water Ipow.r ri. hti for the The tablet will be of golden bronze.
people nnd preserve them from private 42 by 80 Inches (3% by 2% feet), on the
erploitatlon. left a panel cotalaing a medaliloo
Scarcely h:il Secretary Ballluger been portrait of Captain Gridlkey In rief.
Indn'r. .1 into uflihce thai, he reversld and on the right, separated from this
this Iulit*y :nd threw olien the land for by a conventonal arranement of oe.
entr., Mr. I'lncbot thereupon appealed leaves. Is the Inscriptlon.
to I'r,.-lderti Tuft and uo'ceedd In
bav it,; ".c:.f) acres. coYerlng some ot A Finarcmal hake.
the tnoat valuable water Power sites. "Good morning Mr. Touey. On
again withdrawn. There the matter the sick list today ?"
stocx1 ,. far as the public knew unlil "Yes, sir; got the ag e."
the dlivery of Mlr. t'iurhot's SpoLkane "Do you ver shake'
addr<. o you er h "
The reg:~l with which the chief for- W'e"'
ester i' hekl by the Irrigationlsts was "When do you shake again .'
shbown hy the five "Can't say when; slake every
minutes' cheerlug day. Why do you ask '
4. '.' *'*..
4f~ I:t (
moatfs cIn hl
B h on.
o Tmhes aa
31. ano**d thWe ba et
qusm deve a wOed thio
B patOW& t
move wIl pt u e from temls-
bTuo Ieta" Oin aet then terif
lredomlnance takes thu ftom St a
d bt to bUke Ita two th ek
n eated th Chinese loova
umesnt r thde eopmst.ntam ea thei
Hkow he Dod. Th qutotal
^aseson ste e e th the
T InitialBritacto Ger-e
wedge. asIts I a O f
Natma Ct haun, thfiormt Natl
Wall neet b ty r mmr wedge.T
utm t pforn Ivoved is e* -
mtu of w*rtt Kor. OI tbm tnee o
tbem tir t oe et lapnor l ir that
& AmerAlM aa to hve e o
tuy to mppy material for both the
ehmb n nd loMCa o l and wor the
ra hev tr will arpoinpe sero dt
Wag the empln.I
onTb door atr tbh Z1Oir tertaf
mli -H ato bakers la New Tork
ciate e neoeq and prth will b te *a
me-l t all t coturn ls of theM le
Bankew-amhae rallmed. Tbi total
Msmoot of tbh tam to $30.01O000 o
wbcb $(7,00.000 It at bi takn by 80o
ational City tank, tbh nst Nattonal
bax J* P. It* (t Oo. ad Kohnu.
ioob & 04 Tha a, a laaul for
Wall stft t trUly a laere wedge.
but tbi pralacle iaroro Is to nood-1
rabd of worldwide Importance ad |
opas- tba door for tbtabl far fater.
Ajmrtesao are to bale eogal oppor.
tmnIty to supply material for both tbd
Baschib sat tha Caatoo laie and the
traonbtt. They will appolt ubordi.
atte sanlasera, aod they will bave also
Goe-hat o all ftru loans of tbe &sue
chuen railroad and Its branch, with
the corresponding advantages. W-
lard D. Straight, our consul general at
Mukden, will represent the American
Inanciers Interested In the affair and
arrange all the detail In Pekin.
The novel and unusual feature of the
transaction Is thab the United States
government for the tirst Mme In Its
history officially backed a syndicate of
private bankers and helped them In a
profitable transaction. Some weeks ago
the American ambassadors at London,
Parts and Berlin were Instructed by
the stato department to convey to the
governments of England.' Prance and
Gernany the Intention of the Amerl-
can la kerm to participate In the Chl-
nse railway loan, then pending exclu-
Islvely in Europe. basing the claim on
an understading arranged In Pekin
several years ago by diplomats re-
garnlui the parceling out of future
The tate department has fought suc-
of lands. or the fumigating or spraying of
trees and plants. which belong to the mem-
bers of this Association. Also to buy and
contract for the purchase of anything, that is
considered by the Board of Directors useful
or necessary for the prevention of insect
pts. or for the destruction thereof, for the
nefit of its members as fruit and produce
growers. Also the right to own, contract for,
and operate all necessary appliances that the
Board of Directors, at any time. may think
necessary for the fertilization of groves and
fields, the fumigating and spraying of trees
and plants or the extinction of insect petts.
on the lands belonging to the members of the
Association, and to charge therefore, and ov(-
lect, such reasonable rates for said services,
as may be established by the Board of Direc-
tos front time to time. for the uses above
mentioned. And said Association shall be
empowered to engage in a brokerage factor
and commission selling business, to purchase
boxes, paper, nails, and other packing mater-
ial; to engage in and conduct a drayage,
transfer. forwarding and shipping business;
to purchase, hold, lease, or otherwise acquire
freight and refrigerator cars, wagons, drays,
trucks, boats, vessels, and other vehicles, and
the necessary motive powerand equipment for
the iame, and to enga in the transportation
business of all such produce, material and
other conunodities as may be owned or con-
trolled by it, but not as a common carrier.
'to iStOIm a
Ise mInwas -s.
ine ad iwow rto it
Ni r Emn U an Hve Thuer (4)
s d* a a heasseer us iaS M wl
Govess mwtka les tomf Flid r a e Ianm
a1e th eebmasahere
and late m lam teoa bdly tha eM o pu-
ea, uader-the -namt th ad o suer c su
Ghe An a r lea. an der the akHowg
sra .Bd AUd o ot thfaa.u.
itr k smmm (afy Cnwanor, sembry
IDted this Wth day t August1 1oe.
Am~eseks St Isarperesm i the Oertem.r
KNOW ALL MEN BY THEE PREENTVT
That we, the andelnmd etrus fruit grow-
em th1ob atFlorida, at laa thtee o
whmaw ereddestsaAd otW.. oft the State
st Florida. hav this day volantaiy amdats-
ed om es toother for te purpose of form-
tea a atnotrl corporelio and amMds-
tes sader th law.s the Sate of PForida.
pviding for the ino.,..t of bortil.-
teil and agriultnral mae-probt amadtiom
Sd por in aeodanno with this
pcped charter, and weo hereby adopt t
Atzdwlof lnrpotion, which bshallbeo
tL lhrt S d ofrd ao9atr upon the i-
oers of leoti ps t, ao ordin to law, and
we do herby certify.
That the aine of laid corporation I t
Oosrtemay Citrus Grower' Association.
That this -smotio is orpanid under
the laws ot this ate a a Hortialtaural o-
Lash., and eatitlod to all the rights and
prileg ao rre by the laws of tis tate
on silareorporatt and the voting power
an all ether riht~ nd privilegesofeach of
theoember of this A oiatio. boldinl a
artieato of mdmmsrbhip in the ina shall
That there hall be o ital tock of said
..n.lTn.,i but themae shallbe organized
as Hortialtural ai.atm and corpout-oa
ad for pret and it hall notseanyshares
of stock whatever, and shall not t any time
declare or a any dividend, or other profit
on ay holdTng in aid corporation, but all
moey coming into this association, for ser-
vies rendered, or otherwise, shall be and by
it for paying the epens of, and otherwise
uaintaining this Amoeation, and ay rplu
thereof remainI in its hands, shallbe aed
St Board of Directos of this Amsciation
shall deem to the best intent of the Amoia-
tieO, and id Asociattio shall mne to each
penon who shall become a member thereof
a certileate of m-pberihip, and shall
receive in return therefore the sum of One
Dollar ($1.00) to be converted into the Trea-
ury of said corporation; but no peron shall at
any time have, own or control more than one
certilcate of membership in said Asoeation.
nor shall any person not a grower of itru
fruit become or remain a member ofthis
That the purposes for which this Aaodiation
is formed are to buy, lease, rent, sell, occupy
and use, bold and dispose of all real and per-
sonal property which may be necessary or
convenient for the conduct of its business, and
to build, leaee and rent packing houses for
the packing of fruit, also to panrhuae all
material that may be necermry or convenient
for the purpose of packing or preparing citrus
fruit, or other Florida grown products for
market. Also to sell, a agent, citrus fruit
and all other kinds and variety of fruits,
and produce, which may be grown
or controlled b y members of this
Asocriation. Also to own stock in any other
incorporation or association, similar to this
Association, existing for the advancement,
and protecting of fruit and produce growers
in the State of Florida. Also to purchase and
sell to the members of' this Aasodiation such
fertilizer, and fumigating and spraying im-
plements and materials, as may be thought,
y the Board of Directors of this Association.
from time to time. by their resolution, to be
necessary or convenient for the fertilization
F. W. LaRoche,
L. P. Allen,
k. B. LaRoche.
That the Directors of this Association hall
have the right and power to charge and collect
from its members, and other fruit. veugtable,
and produce growers, represented or served
by this Association, such compensation and
remuneration, to be paid to said Association.
as said Directors may fix and charge for its
services to him, her. or them. in the picking.
packing, handling, marketing. shipping, and
selling of any and all of the pnduce. and
material, which this Association is herein
authorized to handle and market.
It is hereby mutually agreed and fully
understood, by and between all the persons
becoming members of this Association, and
furthermore. fully understAod ald agreed, by
all persons who may hereafter become mem-
hers of this Association, that one of the pur-
poses and objects of this Awsociation is to bring
about and carry into effect, a system of mutual
co-operation between the citrus and other
produce growers of the State of Florida. in
the picking, packing, handling, shipping, and
marketing, of all citrus fr it. and other pro-
duce owned, and controlled by the members
of this and kindred Associations in the State
of Florida; and to that end that this Associa-
tion is created and organized in connection
with and under the Florida Citrus Exchange,
and will at all times co-operate with and
through said Florida Citrus Exch nge, as a
part of the system of exchanges which go to
rat ha>? le-il t he inleStami
tr Maee id wi b ded at
That he a ela er mwh sthe r plj Abm-.
lownord Anelasd they inm, hrd or the
ai aeoti ad l a
That 1kI Inclbd
aond mAer sAats tie a eeiasd ea i
Direto shall be elected andn d i lndu d into
asleet t Aeaeo hI.J
That each and every memoiber oatis Ae-
Sation shall place the aodsInM ad anliu
m adl =ros =it, and t h me aroasit
lmay h adled byi this Aa daicr, and
wulw or it-ole'i oby him, her or them,
att this A iatie, and that this Asson-
ti on shall chars- r pIack ng and hand
ling of such frnit and produce, such ream .
able eopea nations the Board of Direetos
of this Asmsociato shall fix and determine.
Bmt, any m mber. of thi Association, all
fhave 1 right to withdraw his fruit and
o for one year, from maid
And without pivg t he noti u bm giitor
Ian ra to am A to tio noknea witvht
in ton lday et before a e ann ual meeting
oe this A to, that he dwaih so e tof
withdraw his fruit or other produce fro the
seaue, but in that event, auid member giving
notice, caes o be a member of aid Associa-
ti, and all rights and privileges i aid
Aoeiatioe, belonging to said member shall
thereupon ease ad determine e. Provided,
However, and it is hereby agreed and olly
understood y all penis Mduinin wAsst-
elati on that ber of thie me withi-
drawinag froemthis Association, by adinspooains
of his arut or produce throth any other
Tsor than through this Association, or
withholding ome I from this Ahmodatio
and without giving te notie, ad hfer winter
proTde, shall ordet to ais Aocination a
and for liquidated damages to this Assoi a
t ion, for such withdrawal the mum of
fty cents per box. for all citrs ruit anor other
produce, parodued by him durnl g the year of
said withdrawal, and so withdrawn by him.
It is further hereby understood nd agreed
thof at ing cmo any member of this c a to
ho h ithdran is rut or produce fom th
this Asocation as above desc bedfterwards
wishes to return and rejoin this Association,.
and exercise the rights of a member, that he
aydo by, and with the consent only, of a
maority of the Board of Disretoiati of this
AIsoation, and apon his paying to this
Assocation all penalties that have been
a.M..ed against him, and not previously paid.
That the term for which this Association
shall exist is fty years from and after the
date of its incorporation.
That the omceers of aid Association
who shall tranaset its business shall be
a Board of Directors, a Presidentiand a Vice-
President, and aid Pre silent atnd Vice-
President, shall also be the President and
Vice-President, respectively, of amid Board of
Diretos, and each of them shall, at the time
of filing sid o fice, be a member of this
Association, and a director in the same. And
this Association shallallso have a Secretary
and Treasurer, both of which offices may be
illed by one and the same person. And the
number of Diretors of this Association shall
be three, but the said Arsociation, without
amendment of its charter, may. at any time.
by a two-thirds vote of its Directors, inreate
its directory, and may at any time, after se
increasng the same, and by a similar vaeo
of its directors, decrease its directory, as said
Directors shall see fit. But at no time shall
the number of aid Directos be increased to
a number greater than nine; and at no time.
shall the number of said Diretors be decreas-
ed to a less number, than the original number
of directors herein specified. That the names
and residences of the growers who are hereby
appointed by the inorporators of thi Aocia
tion, and who shall act as directors to said
Association for the first year of its existence.
and until its o fther directors are legally
elected and qualified, ay t :y time,
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41110 ,W __ __ _
Vonpo ds" mIsta On to
ova *So we
KeN.. thqwre aeshored ft am
o- d wulm bytheNWMM Lined
a e om am St tometatsaemb
amdw *"am inesW I thw heom
Amn fth two mat utW won a
& h web St
A her a- saM ielm aoprd W i
F. W. FAsWNe& onel ..u, Flos
L P. Alll ln r~Fl^
SrATEOF lRIA,( uo n or 2uvuAm
e .te u nssed .t h.
did. eamh for f1 my d
mkawwledgde, 1sbhe b*5bhs -
Mi illo- M >tf- NM-
8TAu EO CUMws OOT or B
nL m-eatLmedia o It sad
s toe abtovae date r o te d
he ~MO I to torthMP rm WMand
F. W. Laboche
L. P. Allen,
LB. B. Xloche.
Sworn to ad nbemdd before me, this
the 17th day of Augst, I tM.
B. N. AwMwn.
My oommunion expireu on 7th ay of Ag.
Big Brother-1 should like to
know what you have been flirting
with that lunatic Sa head for?
Pretty' Sister (indignantly) I
"Yes, you have He told a friend
that you stood before him ten miu-
utes as if entranced, and you looked
straight into his eyes as if you
could read his very soul, and he said
if ever ardent admiration shone in
a human face it did in yours.
Th idiot! Iwas looking at my
own reflection in his eyeglasse."-
Take are of your stomach. Let Kodol
digest al the food you eat, for that i what
Kodel does Every tabl-poonl of Kodol
di 1-4 pounds of food. Try it today.
Itb umrranteed to relieve yoe or yoar money
back. Sold by Banner Dr Store.
N OTICE is hereby given that the following described lands will be sold at public auction
Son the sixth day of September. A. D. 1909. in front of the door of the council i. ja, at 'I i
tasville, in the county of Brevard, and state of Florida. or so much thereof as will be ,o'as-
sary to pay the amount due the town ofTitusville for town taxes therein set opposite the mu Itr.
together with the cots of such sale and advertising:
Unknown ----.------All block 2, Rice's addition .~ Titus-
ville--------.......- ...... ...._.- ..
Unknown.---------- --. block 6. Rice's addition to Titus-
ville ----------.--... ... ............
W. R. Wolfe--------.--LIots 8 and 9, block 4. Titu a addition
to Titusville -...---...... ...._.
J. R. Walker.--------. S 65 ft. lot 5. block B. Coleuau's addi-
tion to Titusville-...---........ ..-- ..
J. R. Walker -------.. Lots 4. 5, 7, 8. 9, 13, block C(. oleman's
addition to Titusville. .-----.....
J. R. Walker --- ----l--.. ots 10 and 11. block (', Ccleman'saddi-
tion to Titusville--- --------- ------
J. R. Walker.---..--.. -N 110 ft. on Lemon St. Pes 1. DB. BB"
page 372, Coleman's addition to Ti-
G. E. Pritchett-- .----. S 50 ft. lot 5. Wager's 8,t, Div. lots 3.4.
S and 6. block A-----.......--....--- .
(. E. Pritchett...------L.ot Is. Wager's Sub i)i'. lots 3. 4. 5. and
i. block A ... -- ..--- -..... _
G. Mosig.-----.-- ..-- Lots 6 and 8 E. Sub Di i. of block 4 -
R E. Daniel---..------Lots 7. 9, 12, 1., 1I, blI-k I...-....---
Prot. Epis. Ch. M. J. of
8. Fla....-..---.......--ot 7, block to ----- ----.-....-..
P. G. Walton-....- .--.Lot t, block 17 ...
A. G. Kratzer..--..-----E i ot 2. and all lot .L. hluk Is .
C. Jefferson---- -------Lot 1, block -----...-.. .. .. ..
A. McKenzie--..--.----L.ot 5. block :..-- .... .....
A. C. Scrimgeour-.... ots 3 and 3. blchk 2.3 .. .. ....
.I. R. Walker--.------Lot 20. Robbius & (;raham'.s athlit ,1n to
Titusville --.- ----... -
S. A. Little's l:ir .. ---Part N. W. t ot N. W. I. lk> D. 11.
"'VV." pg. 57- -.--- ----- -
C. W (;riggs .-- ------Lots 5 and 7. hl
tou itusville -----... ... .........
Jas. Revels ---.-------... t 2, hhltk (' Filhe-r'a adlditi. a to Ti-
33 21 3.,
33 :21 5
34 .1 :is
34 tl 35
34 351 3
34 lz 35
3 22 35
tusville .....----------. .-... ... .. 2 3;
J W. Rowlandl .- ... bLot 3, block F. Fisher's aHldftio to Ti-
tusville ..---- .. ...--..--- .... .- : - 3 .
Unknown --. -.... --Lt 5. blo:k E, Fishltr's addiiiti, to Ti-
tusvilk -- .--- - -. . ..----- :- "- 3
knownn .... ....S lot 12. Joynervillr ailditmui, t,, Titus-
ville ...-- ..- .-- ... .. :3.
Wn>. (Gilyso. _-. ---- N lot 1i and all lot 13. J.,ynerville ad-
,litioL to Titusville ... .._ ... :t 3.
I'nknown .-... ..... --- N hlt It, ,nd ll lot 17. Jvynervillh' wl-
ditin to Titus ill< .. .... -- ....- : t' :V
Unknown.---...------..... l.t 21. and all Ilots -;intl .23. Joyni'r-
Siile addition lt lit l-usville.... ...... :-
Z. Nichuis .. .. .....--- I 7. .IJoyiir-r addition to Titus-
Villt'. ----- --------.... :j -- :.
Ewnma Nichol--- .--. Lt .Iyltrvill aMditionl to Titus
vilh'l .---- --... .......------ :- : :
Jeruhsa Zeigler ------. Lt :I Sil l)iv. lot 2!, Joynt: vi ilh ;iltli-
tion to Titubvill.- --. .. .. 3 2' :3.-
M. M1. McBurney. rt .A .Lot 30. Joynerville addition t,, littu
ville.--.-------------- ------------- : :t :
H. MeBurney .-----Lot31. Juynerville addition to Titu.-
villce----- ---------. ---------- 3 ,'2 :s,
Ed. MtcDonald..--------Lot 2 SuI l)Div. lot 36. J.Ie vill adli.
tion to Titusville ----...------- 3 22 :'5
Susic Hall-..--------. Lot I Sub Div lots 3 tto 42. Jynmtrville
addition to Titusville...--------... _- *, 3
Amd. (;idson----.------ ot 43. Joynerville addition to Titu.-
ville-- ... .--------------------------:. 2 35'
Nina C. Fisher. Ex.--.. Lots 49. .5o. .-. .Iynervillc addition
to Titusville- .----..----.....----- 3
Sam G nihbnn -t .)t Urrdull'. uadl;*i,,,. *.. t;T...a;.. 3 -t-) ti-.
.- 4 n
~ '* ~ 1?1C P CE~.~
;I : `~~~-
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6 : ', **
M. PWAUBAIm I A a 4nSM OsalL
garden party given by the Amerlcan
consul general. Bon. Thomas 8am-
moos, and the audience granted to the
ditlngulbed guests by the emperor
and emprO of Korea. this being the-
firt time the emprne bad granted an
audience to foreigners other than Jap-
Te Illustration shows Mrs. far-
hanks seated Is a sedan chair and just
starting for her audience with the, er.-
pres. Both she and Mr. Falrbanks
hare enjoyed the best of bealth slice
leavlrg this country. Wba they re-
turn they have planned to settle down
a their ranch an Californa.
Your complexion as your temper is rinder.-
ed miserable by a disordered liver. By tak-
ing Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablet
you can improve both. Sold by all dealer..
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Walseman Died in Ocala
L. F. Walseman, who for years has
been attached to the New York Pack-
er, died just before dawn Sunday
morning in the city jail in Ocala a
few hours after he was found ap-
parently demented, walking about
the streets of that place. Mr. Walse-
man's wife died recently, and friends
state that grief because of her death
affected his mind. His aimless wan-
derings caused his arrest by a police-
2 A.I__ ---.-- -10 'ME
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1. RIwTB i IllA
wagn Itiw lt b MttMa
The had deartmet of Ste aEt
a. Corllway has begun armmal-
ly fiw o"ampc a for in digratio
inlodap. It pt o the road a
ireM ta Viw will peond the
u tc e ~ie travweg over the
aitwe, I biitiemary Over
e *v per tr of that ettion of the
eatry.t 'his repr-matative, M
. L 3a n aanm, wil hee litenton
-gl most onpbel informatinM
a te em4tim hmsPsta, alnd
ihe w-I puw-rtit by mos the-
ougbh pmmal knowledge of the son-
'ditonrofllorda. l r. IKrro sthe
more wlablein es mmion witilthis
work, bemmea of hi wide aequain-
texse wHithe peole, sad his thor-
ough kwledge of the cditiom of
the aorthwat, -ThIme-UloU.
The1 orts of r. :Linon, well-
eqaijuppm e is Lor the wok, are
eatai to relt h a alue a emnre
ft ll T "Wavomy -st the
presenta poame amvat tag that
when hown are re to attet set-
tiers. While the work, of courae, is
beir 1oaducte i the interest of a
seetien-ot Florida, it is not done at
thexpeiase of any other section. No
effort iis made to:tract ettlers to
the Eut Coast who are contemplat-
ig aeitemet elawhere in Florida..
Other sections of e state hae rail-
reads and other agencies at work in
their interests. These agencies,
while a working a r special sections,
are o-operative than alitaguitice to
each other, for teya all set forth the
attraction of Floaida, and nne of
them can profess te have a maonpoly
Sof the opportunities of the state.
Florida is a state of the greatest
po0mbili#es, and we believe thatdur-
ing the next few decades she will
lead all other states in development.
The ageeries are already at work,
and the results of their work areal-
Fort Pierce Dredge Co.
The Fort Pierce Dredge Co. is the
name of the new organization whose
aim will be to open and keep open
the main channel of Indian River in-'
let, opposite St. Lucie, but will do
other dredging as occasion demands.
Machinery of the latest nd best
pattern has been ordered and work
on a dredge boatin every way suited
to the work will be started up in a
The company is financedd with all
capital necessary to make it a suc-
cess,'and the board *)f directors are
practical men with siccessful busi-
The board of directors consists of
Hon. J. P. McNichoi, i. R. Gladwin,
T. J. O'Brien, R. White and F. H.
Fee, all of Fort Pierce except Mr.
McNichol, who lives in Phi'adeiphia,
and is the president: It. R. Gladwin
is vice-president; T. J. O'Brien is
secretaryy and treasury r.
Balaw-e cash on hand hS.'pi. 1.
This tn-ount is held as 0I-
Deposit, in Brevard "o.
State bank, as per c..-h-
ieru' certificate attached
to monthly report Is.- .
checks not in
The balances belonging tc
are as follow.:
County road ami bridge fund
Fine and forfeiture fund
Special road fund Dis. No. 1
41 4 .4 44 3
County convict special road
fund - -... ...
Game warden fund ..
Property of deceased persons
County school fund
R. F. HATCH.
Near Death in Big Pond
It ws a thrilling experience to Mrs. Ida
Soer to face death. "For years a severe lung
Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under
Section 8 of Chapter 48aN, Laws
Notice is hereby given that James F. Mit-
O.iell. pur, haser of Tix ('rtirieite No. 31.
*iated the 2ud day of July. A. D.. liHW. la.i
til. t said certificate iu ;y office, and has inadile
application for tax deed to issue in accordance
witch law. Said certilWcate embraces the fol-
lowing described property situated in Brevar0l
-,ount,. Florida. to wit: N. & of N. E. f anl
E. j of N-W j Se-ctiou 19 TowInlhip 21 .>s.oiitl
!iange V East. The said land Ieinig ai;se-..i-d
at the date of the issuance of such certificate
in the name of Levy Smith. U'nle,-M ss il c.r-
titicate shall be redeemed according to law.
tax deed will issue thereon on the 4th day aI
(kthber. A. D.. 1909.
Witness my official signature anld sca;l thi-
the 3rd day of September. A. D.. 1910.
A. A. STEWART.
Clerk Circuit Court Brevard (ouuty. Florid:a.
I Circuit Court
Notice of Application for Tax Ueed luder
Section 8 of Chapter 4988. Laws
Notice is hereby given that Lena Mitchell.
purchaser of Tax Certificate No. 36. dated the
1st day of August. A. D1.. 1904, has tiled said
certificate in my office, and has made applica-
tion for tax deed to issue in accordance with
law. Said certificate embraces the following
described property situated in Brevard coun.
ty, Florida, to-wit: N. 221 a. ofs8. g. of S.
E., Section 29, Township 21 South. Range
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amd Me a m& am b Amishms "te
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An M Eum bhw a painmeoa4
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As&aMltlasiL p9 olamt bas.
aedmanfait Boeo Caa, twehve
de trom ty West, oa the Florida
S Cam-* rway, lbt Friday.
twel wie kmed, fte roba
bby bAh. rtandat Im a doen
thew we IH .rlfalwy lurt
The exploeon was caused by a
m h eof the railroad cutnmetimon
force enariidy thelig a lighted
elgrette into a box oftfues.
Mot of the workmen met distant
death. The men were hrled high
into the air and the bodies of the
dead wre almost eyond reogni
tion, arms and legs bng torn from
the bodies of s while the fac of
others were unresgniable maes
When the explion occurred the
workman were standing in water
four feet deep sad directly beneath
them waste 70 pounds of dyna-
mite ready for the blast, when the
men should t6p work for dinner.
According to one of the workmen,
a workman--ne of the nine to meet
instant death-threw a lighted cig-
arette to one side, not noticing that
it fell into the box containing the
fuses which were connected with the
heavy charges of explosives below
them. A few seconds later the men,
water, mod and tons of dirt were
thrown 70 to 90 feet in the air.
Tugs at once brought the dead and
the more seriously wounded to Key
West, the latter were placed in the
Louie Maloney hospital.
Those less seriously injured were
placedon Stock Island, opposite Boca
Chica, and sent to Key West.
Most of the victims of the explo-
sion arrived from New York a few
Pellagen the.New Disease
With five deaths from Pellagra in
Butler county, Ala., and three others
dying and three cases under observa-
tion, there is almost a panic in that
section. The state health depart-
ment has been importuned to send
help, but can-not, as Dr. Mason, the
only expert of this kind in the ser-
vice of that state, is investigat-
ing in Clark county, where more
than 100 cases are reported. Noth-
ing can be done either to suppress or
County health officers have been
instructed to isolate all cases and
watch them closely to determine
whether they are infectious.
County Treasurer's Statement
Sept. 1st, 1909.
Surn ita nmii
.i .,m-- d,=Tbo.m Cpt.
Immand, fom BaDimore, with teel
rail for the railroad a the Key Wet
eartsio, arrivd i K"e Wet Wed-
-neday o lt wek. Thebchoo is
anmhred in the harbor at present
awaiting nstretions wwhre to land
Te telephone comnemm latlon be-
tween Key Wst an the mainland
was established lItThursday, the
local ied of the line being on Trum-
bo island. This ie s for these of
the officials of the Florida Et Coat
'extsenon nly, and wili be of great
The latest report from the great
trestle which will span the channel
between Bahia Honda and West Sum-
merland is that the work is progress-
ing with rapdity.
Already twelve of the piers are en-
tirely completed; two are sealed and
filled, two more are placed and seal-
ed and the cofferdams for still anoth-
er two are in place, making a total
of eighteen, or more than half the
total number either completed or
well under way.
The deepest water has already been
passed. A maximum of about thirty-
two feet was found, but the force is
now working in a depth of only
twentysix feet, and it will become
shallower from now on.
I This is the channel which present-
ed the greatest difficulties of all, and
the fact that the. deepest water and
swiftest currents have beeh over-
come shows that the remaining task
is merely a matter of a little time.
A correspondent of the Key West
Citizen writing from Knights Key
gives the following description of the
first span of steel work on the big
trestle at that place:
"The first span of sheet steel was
put in place here on Saturday, con-
necting the reinforced concrete bulk-
head with the first pier. The dis-
tance appears to be about 90 feet,
and as the structure stands in place
it looks like the side of a tremendous
steel car. The sides are seven feet
high, resembling the sides of a mam-
moth box, and the rails will be plac-
ed along the top of each side."
There are about 190 spans of sup-
erstructure, from 50 to 75 feet wide,
to be erected. The spans will be put
together on a barge and then towed
to the piers they are to bridge. A
powerful derrick fitted to wheels
and run out on the first pier will lift
the spans into place. As fast as the
spans are placed they will be finished,
the track extended onto it, derrick
advanced and the next span placed.
In this way the viaduct will be
built, the completion of the last span
meaning the completion of the
Don't waste your money buying plan..trs
when you can L'et a bottle of ('hamlberlail'u
Liniment for twenty-five cents. A piece. of
flannel da1miptueO with this liniment is sug.e-
rior to any plaster for lame btik. pain in the
sidl aid rh. st, and nli.h clea|lr. .old by
John B. Stetson University
LINXOLN LLUJY, PI D., Utt. D, LL. D., Paidmt
THE BEST SCHOOL ,s& FOR YOUR CHILDREN
8BND THB TO 8TIT8ON:
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581 Studenta las Year Colge of Businea
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JOHN b. SITETON UNIIVERSITY. DeLAND, FLOIDA.
University of Florida
An Institution of the FIRST RANK, support-
ed by State and FEI)ERAL Fl'NSl for Flor-
ida Young Men.
Thorough Courses:Leading to De-
grees of B. A.. B. Sc., M. A.. M. Sc..
and L. L. B.
In Ans anid Sciences; Agriculture; C'hemical.
Civil. Electrical and Muth.niiral Ei.iut er-
ing; Law; Normal School:, (r.ltuat S~chol.
Expeonss Exceedlingly Iw. For ('atalogue
A. A. Murphree, A.. L. ,,
Florida State College
A Collexr without a aranlll in the .tuth .
firing degrce- ainl A1lpl tiuas in the fl!,t .i
I. A College of Lil.eral Art,
II. A &holc of, Indlustrial Aitt
III. A Sch,.Il rof ilne Arts
IV. A hSchbl ,t' Exprtssiou
V. A school for Teach. r
No Tuition. Other er-y#ptiM vvery I. "
further infornr.tihii J addr*m.
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cylinder, vertical check valve, commutator and iar-
buretor control on cylinder. Starts without cranking.
Gray Motors are made in the largest and most up-to-date
IL alnt in th p w nIlA dl ..U.. i ..A l..-_-. .L. e *
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marine motors and are guaranteed by a responsible firm. Y,.
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dealer cannot upply U
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c. o. fws AlrLImj
Balance cash on hand Aug.
1st, 1909- .. ......
Amount received in.Aug.1909
Less warrants paid in Aug.
1909, and warrants deliver-
ed to county commnission-
er and board of plhlic in-
Florida's Oldest College
College Academy, and Schools of Muskc. Expression
Fine Arts, Domestic and Industrial Arts Business
Cnegie Hall and third men's dormitory now completed;
electric lights, steam and furnace heat; large faculty; perfect
health conditions; fine gyanasau, athletic fields, bo
tennis courts, golf links; baseball, football, smd ba ll
teams champions of Florida in 1908. Nearly a quarter of a
million dollars endowment expenses moderate; scholarships
available; Christian but undenominational, stands for
CHARACTER CULTURE CONDUCT
For Catalogue Address the President
Wm. F. BlacKman, Ph. D, Winter Park, Fla.
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ful to one who has not given close I)cwn.t', Littli. if-rly Riscar.-. thi.- sait. .ure.
thought and calculation to the sub- asY getle little pills.I Th original ci;r ll-
:izdl Witch Hazel Salve is .DWitt's. The
ject. The following figures may be name is stamped on every otx. It is pcnwl for
of inter: cuts. burns. bruises.. anort. I&ils ;udi .ill'urn
o interest: -but it is especially good for piles. Sold by
*We estimate that our present crop Banner Drug Store.
of fruit will reach the 6,000,000 box
mark. Providing we control, as I There is more catarrh in this section of the
country than all other d is ts put together.
am sure we will, one-half of the crop and until the, Iast few years ws su,.-pmsed to
he incurable. For a great nmauy ye:trs dowtors
or more, we would have 3,000,000 pronounced it a local disease, and prescribed
boxes upon which to defray expense local remedies and by constantly failing to
cure with local treatment pronounced it in
of selling and other incidental ex- curable. Science has proven catarrh to be a
penses of the exchange. At 10c per constitutional disease. and therefore requires
constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure,
box this would give a fund of $300,- manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo,
500. We have procured the very Ohio, is the only constitutional cure on the
Market. It is taken internally in does from
ablest talent for the management of 10drops to tespoonful. It act directly on
the heads of all departments. Their the blood and mucous surface of the system.
the heads f all departments. Their Teyoffer one hundred dollar, for any cae
M ig Mto "t onUe n cton
W Sf Mt the sOtray, .s | m e *
V nm inr tothe premt oo L COOn
thb0 na- perman o its
adw -= aIed. 0
We a'ued, ad that U icial fs b
ralwI ialpmr"s ae6qoIpriv il
n to4l ad h to rmr. We
hIe wl te verlowt brass of a
Prc qstPm In perfect working
rmo ung has be forgotten, ii
nmolected or let outand it is s Ie I YRUP o
That so mah has been ac-
urs ld In sa sh ort a time, and UW^inIN"in* =A
Sso little frition. This -ork-
hall ben done by mn at ability I rpeat, "misrepresentation," and
Md experience without pa or any that, too, in its vilest form. I esti-
peable selfth motives or interests mate that the present or old system
to be rved directly or directly," has cost us 25c pr box, commissions
with but one object in view, and and cartage. This on 6,000,000 boxes
that solely for the benefit of all or- at 26e per box equals $1,500,000.
me growers alike. But there is another expense, or loss,
You will notice that not a position to be calculated, and that is the loss
where pay is allowed, have the places through needless competition, un-
been aeiged to, or patronage been wise distribution, and the glutting
soiUted by any one, through favor, of the markets, excessive freight and
But every ma employed has been cartage charges, etc., etc., of fully
homen strictly for his ftnse, exper- as much more; this $1,500,000 added
ence and ability to perform his part to commtisions and loses equals
of this grt woi before him. Our $3,000,000. Are not these figures
oranges are being looked after by surprising? But who dare say they.
selous and competent men, begin- are not true and most excessive!
ning at the trees and only ending at Our marketing will be done at the
the distributing of the money to the least possible expense, not a cent will
growers be wasted, and all of the money will
Never has there been in our state go to the orange growers, where it
such a getting ready for harvest as belongs. There will be no waste,
at the present time. New and mod- and economy and caution will be us-
ern picking houses are under con- ed in every transaction.
struction at a large number of the I shall return to Florida within a
packing centers, where improved, short time, ready and willing to do
modern machinery will be installed. all in my power to aid and benefit,
Yes; we will have our fruit ready so far as I can, the interests of my
and in much better condition than fellow orange growers.
ever before. About the selling? F. W. INMAN.
That is being equally as well attend-
ed to, and that, toe, by better and Do not be deceived by unscrupulous imuis-
.tor who would have you believe that the
more able men than have ever rep- imitation pill are ood as DeWitt's Kidney
resented usin the markets before. and Bladder Pills There lsn't thing just
resent us in-e marke eore. as o as them wonderful little pills for the
Our fruit will be on sale in every relefof hackache, weak back, inflammation of
town and market est of the Roky the bladder, urinary disorders and all kidney
town market east of the Rocky mplaint. Any one can take DeWitt
Mountains, including Canada. Dis- Kidney and BladderPillsin perfect confidence
of good rcwults. 8old bj Banner Drug Store.
tribution will be broadened; there-sults. old Banner Drug Store.
fore consumption increased; the Grand Master's Visit
whole country will be served with Editor of Tai FLOWlDA oSTA.
Florida oranges this season, in mark- Thursday of last week Indian River
ed contrast with conditions which Lodge No. 5459 was visited by the
have existed in former seasons. We grand master, who was entertained
will be able to avoid glutted and while here by Mr. and Mrs. Sylves-
glutting markets. We hope to avoid ter. That evening he addressed the
making compost heaps of our fruit lodge on the general taxation of
in a number of the convenient cities, lodges and the lodge paid the grand
thereby raving tt e enormous losses master a sum of money for his valu-
and waste of former years. able services rendered. After the
We are progressing finely and ) lodge was dismissed the grand mas-
broadening our influence every day, I ter met a large and anxious crowd of
his people and was entertain-
and growing stronger within our- ed by the A. M. E. choir, Miss Er-
selves. Our strength and the power of nestine Brown presiding. After
the united orange growers of Florida several scholarly papers were read,
is almost unlimited. We are today addresses were made by Messrs.
Tucker, Mobley, Scurry and others,
among the strongest and most pow- then the grand master made the ad-
erful corporations within our state, dress of the evening after which a
and what makes it impregnable is great feast awaited the happy crowd.
that the power rests in the hands of After visiting the public school next
the orange growers themselves-the day the grand master left for Cocoa.
the orange growers themselves-thexpressing himself as highly pleased
humblest contributor or grower is as with his visit to Titusville, to which
great as the greatest. The above reply was made: Come again, we
statements relative to our financial welcome you.
strength may seem vain and boast- OBSER R.
and take no other.
Corner Julia anid PIalm treets. one block east
from Railway Station
Fashionable Hair Cutting and
One visit and you Ieconme a Staunch Patron
Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under
Sectlon 8 of Chapter 4l48, Laws
Notice is hereby given that .1. M. Eniis.
purchaser of tax certificate No. 57, dated the
5th day of April. A. D., 1892, has filed said
certificate in my office, and has made applica-
tion for tax deed to issue in accordance with
law. Said certificate embraces the following
described property situated in Brevard county.
Florida, to-wit: N. W. I of S. W. I sec-
tion 14, township 21 8., range 34 E. The said
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You want of th food you Me
.Kodol will T gs it
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arw l-s int am h tkWrlamd
ifa- is M*&..flwm toure for his
am hrmie InLDdA H tr# aed
Ia the Bate School sa TbbologyQ
ad at tlhe Cdombi Unimsitr,
New York ty. He is 8tetro's
f os football coach. He recently
brought hinself into great pomi-
nence in the work at Steaton
University by dedgning and mak-
ing complete apec mlation for the
new men's dormitory now near-
1ng completion. He has also design-
ed and prepared -peications for a
number of the homes recently built
in DeLand by the members of the
Stetson faculty. Prof. Colton has
perhaps done more to simplify and
beautify the architecture of DeLand
than any other half dozen men in the
city. His work in mechanical draw-
ing and shop work brings him into
close personal touch with all the boys
who come to Stetson for mechanic
art courses, and through them he is
making his influence felt throughout
the state. The professor takes great
pride in the rapid promotion of the
graduates of his department. One
of them has recently been put in
charge of the Erie railroad round
house, the largest railroad round
house in New York City. Another
is engaged in an important railroad
and mining survey in the far West.
Still another of the recent graduates
is at present engaged by the Bond
Trustee Company, of Jacksonville, in
making a new set of maps of the
DOING THEIR DUTY
Boore of Titusrille Peopl;Ure lern-
ing the Duty of the Kidney
To filter the blood is the kidneys'
When they fail to do this the kid-|
neys are sick.
Backache and many kidney ills fol-
Urinary trouble, diabetes.
Doan's Kidney Pills cure them all.
Titusville people endorse our claim.
L. W. Haile, Washington Avenue,
Titusville, Fla., says: "I can highly
recommend Doan's Kidney Pills as a
good kidney remedy. I suffered
from rheumatism in my shoulders
and a lameness and soreness in my
back for some time. The kidney
secretions were also irregular in pas-
sage and when allowed to stand, con-
tained a dark sediment. I read of
Doan's Kidney Pills and procured
them. After using this remedy in
accordance with the directions, the
kidney secretions became regular in
passage and the rheumatic pains in
my shoulders and arms disappeared.
I have not suffered from backache
since using Doan's Kidney Pills."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co.. Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the United
Remember the name D[,an' -
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I I I I l Ise
But do not put it away in a drawer
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You might just as well put all your
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The First National Bank
of St. Augustine
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CURES RHEUMATISM AND ALL PAIN,
W T / NEURALGIA, SPRAINS, CUTS, MUISES, BURNS. OLD
Si IOwES SCALDS,o ACKACHc LUMBAGO STIFF JOINT S
CURES CONTRACTED MUL, SPRAINED ANkLES. CO.m-
SUSKErS SPRAINED wmRST .FROSTED rEr. CORs.
UNIONS, CHILBLAINS. AND ALL INFLAMMATION.
Price 25c, SOc and $1.00 Refuse All Substitutes.
BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT CO., ",F. LLAr D.
S00-502 North Second Street, ST. LOUIS. MO.
waiJSllE-EoZ and Recommrncded b
With our long experience on the market with f r.- i i-
zer materials in all parts of the world and ample capital
to buy in great quantities at the most favorable tilies
and to obtain all concessions given for strictly cash -,ials.
we buy our materials at the lowest possible prices.
Two of the leading Railroads have laid their tracks
to our factory and any ship that can cross the St. Jhn.s
Bar can unload at our dock, so whether we buy at home
or abroad we secure the lowest freight rates, and deliv-
cry is made at our door.
Our factory is equipped throughout with labor-sav-
ing devices, therefore our fertilizer is handled at mini-
Our trade is so immense that the office expenses are
much less per ton than is possible in a smaller business.
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good rW iaoo I oodadc B frs
this yo ned to fully dles t.
e yopa lat' gain straeith, nor
ean yp stauthen your stomach It
tt is weSk.
Ya must eat aI oldertoltveand
You must not dOta, seams the
body requires that ou eat a sulo-
fat amount of food rgularly.
But this food must be digested,
sad It must be digested thoroughly.
When the stomah cant do it,
you must take something that will
help the stomach.
The proper way to do s to eat
what you want, and let Kodol di-
gest the food.
Nothing el can do this. When
the stomach is weak it needs help;
you must help t by giving it rest,
and Kodol will do that.
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pumrhas a dollar bottl% and if o
can homely my, that $yo did not
ecelve any bIedts from It after
usl the enur bottle, te drug
git will runmd your wamy to ye
without questloa or delay.
We wil paI te druggit the pries
of the bottle pur had by you.
This offer applies to the are
bottle only and to but one na
We could not aflid to make sue
an offer, unms we podtrely knew
what Kodol will do for you.
It would bankrupt s.
as much as the ftty eat bottle
Kodol is made at thelaboratolt
of I. C. DeWitt & Co., Chicago.
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Pay! Pay!" No man is more keen- seven inches space left," tlhe old
ly alive to his own blunders than gentleman replied. "Go ahead and
Kipling.-London Globe. measure him, though, and if he isn't
too wide I'll take him, too," he
Settled the Surgeon. added.-Success Magazine.
The surgeon of a military station -
during the civil war was noted for And o8 Got Riches.
his flowery language, which never An unfeeling monste; of a man-
failed even under the most trying although a writer in the Atchison
circumstances. He was not popular. Globe does not so describe him-was
and the officers treated him at times asked at a little evening gathering
with scant courtesy. On one occa- to tell what book had helped him
sion the colonel appropriated 'the most.
surgeon's tent for a mess table "My wife's cookbook," he replied
without the formality of stating his after some thought.
intentions. The surgeon sent a All the ladies present bridled, and
complaint to the general in com- one asked him in what way his
mand, in which he said, "I have not wife's cookbook had helped him-
so muchas afly to interpose be- would he not tell them in a few
tween my head and the star decked words ?
.t.i I1 Wa tal drmp-
a and more
ha* e reopi. miated animal
-g -- ^ y-g U etable poisons not yet fully.
S *o lAm e J-P& d r-ldemiy h. Nerly f h oalf o total
y aTf td ld 'stIber known poiseu s ane mche-
SWathtfromt-el rarimtias-not things that ever
N th4 e t r aeoms 1 ml- eto into the coroners' reports. Of
'l Iy smve n m ass, hlehe 160 kinds of poison 19 per
evWomlag every obstacle, Ieat act directly on the brain or on
Sll ay Up to eighteen the spinal cord, either by bringing
ma o OI or so long, on unconciousness or by stimulat-
of ai th M of a shoestring. in the mind to such an extent that
As-'trilatmon for the damage they leIm follows; 5% per cent affect
will some, 4d do to trout and the respiration and only a little
almin spaw, as well as to newly more than 4 per cent the heart pri-
hatched the elvers are greedily marly. Nearly 40 per cent are irri-
eaten almost all other kinds of tat oisons, and the rest have a
sh. Still their numbers are so mixed action on the human body.
klag they move forward in such Arsenic, for example, produces al-
ibt oano, that millions dodge the most the same symptoms as Asiatic
attentions of their enemies and cholera" phosphorus produces jaun-
reach the upper waters in safety. dice, an strychnine's effects resem-
This wonderful migration is one of ble a case of lockjaw. All these
the marvels of nature. symptoms, of course, are those that
At home the eel thrives rapidly. precede death when a fatal dose has
He soon pats on flesh. He is an been taken.
emaivorous feeder, and nothing "A good many of these poisons
comes amiss that he can take into are dangerous to manufacture. Mer-
his gullet. He preys upon the curie methide, for instance, brings
young of every sort of fish. He madness to those who work toP long
burrows into their nests and eats at making it. A gas rises from it
ravenously of the newly deposited that is not immediately fatal, but
spawn. In fact, experts declare that causes temporary insanity,
that pike are not half so destructive which may, of course, become per-
to a trout water as eels are, for the mnent.
pike ets mature fish or those that "Potassium bichromate is another
are maturing, whereas the eel takes dangerous. chemical and one that is
his fill of the eggs as well as of the used in large quantities commercial-
perfect fish. ly. The workmen who breathe in
It is wonderful, considering the the dust that rises from the manu-
sise of an eel, what an enormous facture of this deadly poison finally
swallow it has. A fish of two or lose their noses. For that reason
three pounds will easily make away those who work over this chemical
with a bit of a quarter of a pound, have their faces protected by respi-
and there are authentic particular rators. Even then the dust is so fine
of an eel about two and a half and insidious that they do not es-
pounds which was choked at King. cape entirely, and many suffer from
lyn attempting to swallow a full painful affections of the skin. The
ied rat. Eels,scale up to seven horses that work about the factory
or eight pounds and occasionally where this potassium bichromate is
ven more. They have tremendous made on a large scale are mostly
strength, and, as for their vitality, lame. The dust gets into their hoofs
is it not recorded in the proverbs and causes sores. Cyanide of potas-
and folklore of the people? sium looks so much like sugar that
"A slippery as an eel" is a say- the workmen in the factories where
ing centuries old, and everybody is it is made keep their mouths band-
supposed to know that an eel re- aged to help them resist the temp-
qmres more killing than any fish station to eat some of it. A pinch of
that swims. When ou have got this poison is fatal instantly, as ev-
him on the bank and have put your cry one knows. It is used in the
foot down hard upon his head ready separation of gold from the other
for the coup de grace he will lash metals with which it is found in the
his tall over your foot and around earth, and thousands of tons of this
your ankle, and it s a feat of dex- particularly deadly poison are em-
tetri to hold him tight while you loved for that purpose every year
get in the final blow. But you do all over the world.
not always get him as far as that "Some of these poisons have been
stage. An angler once testified in known for ages. Prussic acid, then
the sorting papers that, having called 'the poison of the each,'was
S hooked a big eel, he was trying to used by the Egyptians Vfore the
land it, and in its struggles to resist pyramids were built. They were
it took hold of a passing bream and the first to distill the poison from
coiled around it. As the tackle was ach pit"-ew York Press.
good, both eel and bream were __
landed. Balae by the Yard.
Kipling His Own Crit. A well known author not long
"I was sitting with Kipling in ago stepped into a bookstore, but
his garden at Rottingdean when a for some little time could not at-
street organ struck up 'The Ab- tract the attention of a clerk, all in-
sentminded Beggar.' Kipling was erest being centered in a stout gen-
silent one moment, and then he tleman who was jotting down figures
said, 'If it was not suicide I would on a pad. The author strolled over
kill the man who wrote that.' This in that direction and heard the head
interesting revelation was made by clerk remark:
the Rev. J. C(. Harris, pastor of "And now, sir, you have almost
Kingston Congregational church, in completed a library of which you
a lecture on Kipling. It was hard will be proud; but, of course, voun
to believe, he said, that the man will want Balzac?"
who could write "The Recessional" "Waal, I don't know, now. You
could descend to the level of "Pav! see, we've only got two feet and
scarcely any limit to th-
posible improvement in .:
but it takes time and morv v '
been Improving flower a;'. v
seeds for over 50 years. Mo-e t ,
people are working to nii' "r:
kSec suit you. Buy the lc-?-1- r .
For sale everyw!, r--.
FrEUws 19 SEE P arr ''wj?
FREE OM IMOU 3r.
I am m pwevtomeeLft&-'
a* iersn W End
A VI ? J ,yu t u Oegmitt.
tk o bow r W~M Mio
whef al, ieM the ank e
whose vira wee am t hkelj
fteiit bhW "I want ya to ua
ways e e en the nteroom when
I am in my priat. NAnd
never ims aa to be admitted
without brst having Aled out one
of these hlani, etplaining e nf
iMe ofhis or herbsin. You
will always bring the blak to me
after it has been filled out, and I
will decide whether the person who
is waiting shall be permitted to
come in or not. Nobody, you under-
stand, is ever to be allowed to come
through that door without an order
"Yes, sir, I understand," replied
the husky boy, who hoped to grad-
ally work his way upward. "De
one dat gets past me have to go
He doubled up his good right
arm, permitting Mr. P-ekinham to
notice that his muscle was almost
too big for his coat sleeve.
"Very good," said the president
of the firm, who then went back
into his private office, where he
continued to dictate to Mise Daisy
Dallington, the beautiful stenogra-
pher, while "Bunch" McGavick, the
faithful office boy, resumed the pe-
rusal of the story of "Scrappy Sun,
the Secret Service Sleuth," where
he had left off on page 129. As he
was rapidly approaching the place
where the brave young detective
was to plunge through a manhole
for the purpose of rescuing Sadie,
the sweet strap hanger, he became
aware of the fact that he was not
alone in the anteroom. Looking
up, he beheld a lady who appeared
to be about forty-five years of age.
She was rapidly moving in the di-
rection of the door leading to the
private office of William H. Pack-
Inham. By executing a splendid
leap and overturning a chair
"Bunch" beat her to it. With his
back against the door and a resolute
hand upon the knob he asked:
"Who do you want to see?"
"I wish to see Mr. Packinham."
Pointing at some blanks which
lay on the little desk beside which
the lady had paused, Mr. McGavick
"Fill out one of dem."
With a look that was intended
to incinerate the resolute young
person at the door the lady ex-
"Me to fill out a blank to get in
there! I guess not!"
"Dem's de rules."
"Rules? What do I care for your
old rules? Get away from that
"Not on your life."
"Who is in there ?"
"Go on. Quit your kiddin'."
"Is Mr. Packinham in his office ?"
"You fill up one of dem blanks
and I'll find out for you."
Turning suddenly to the desk on
which the blank- lay, the lady took
them up and began tearing then;
into strips and crumpling them by
handfuls, after which she tossed
them disdainfully on the floor. lHav-
ing finished the work of destryc-
No c ity Is f ap e
No ctv as a happier aUM htsah
Ispshpa-thbe -'Nea." WNi
visited by the tra r Chti
the easly part of the eight
centre it contained 17 moITS q,
4feo6- 1-00 eravars aa sa-
T Public aths. But the
the ll vandals, who did not ar
for bathi, destroyed the aque-
ducts and slaughtered the bather.
In the matter, of great publi
squares Ispahan can easily otrival
any European city. The eydan,
or great square, is a third of a mile
in length and about half that in
breadth. It was once encircled by a
canal, bordered by fine plane trees,
but these have long since vanished
along with the canal.
How Long a Tree Lves.
Inquiry as to the general age o'
trees being put to an authority of
the forestry service at Washington,
it was said that thb pine tree attain-
ed 700 years as a maximum length
of life. Four hundred and twenty-
five years was the allotted span of
the silver fir. The Irch lived ?7,
years, the red boe..h ? 15, the aspect
210, the birch 200, the ash 170, the
elder 145 and the elm 130. The
heart of the oak begins to rot at
about the age of 300 years. Of the
holly it is said that there is a speci-
men 410 years old near Aschaffen-
burg, Germany. Chicago Record-
Ai MLT TL U UU
IUAJL MUD m
OA JWXomau u
"My mother is a great sf-
ferer from rheumatism, and Dr.
Miles' Anti-Pain Pills is the only
remedy that relieves her."
MRS. G. DAVENPORT,
Roycefield, N. J.
The pains of rheumatism are
almost invariably relieved with
Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills. They
also overcome that nervous irri-
tation which prevents sleep be-
cause they soothe the nerves. To
chronic suffers they are invalu-
able. When taken as directed,
they relieve the distress and
save the weakening influence of
pain, which so frequently pros
trates. Many sufferers use them
whenever occasion requires with
the greatest satisfaction, why
not you? They do not derange
the stomach nor create a habit
Why not try them? Get a pack-
age from your druggist. Take it
according to directions,. and ii
it does not benefit he will return
ft | IIi-.f
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Ch Ildren Cry
The Patent's Stratagem.
"You must drink hot water with
your whisky," the doctor told his
patient. "Otherwise you mustn't
take it at alL"
"But how shall I get the hot wa-
ter?" the patient queried plaintive-
ly. "My wife won t let me have it
for the whisky toddy."
"Tell her you want to shave," the
doctor said and took his departure.
The next day the doctor called
and asked the wife how his patient
"He's gone raving mad," his wife
replied. "He shaves every ten min-
Shortly after the cherry tree epi-
sode little George was taken to see
a new relative that the stork had
left at the home of his aunt a few
"Well, Georce." ,air his aunt,
"don't you t'l !k i,;r I v, rconsrin
is a l'ea '"
"''Yo '. .. : t I t'icannot
tell a I ." .* 1 .
of HliS (
about : "
wMa se the dypept fro my
days of misery, adia bii hi to eat
whatever be wishes. They prevent
cause the food to assmllate sad aomr-
ish the body, give keen appetite,
and solid muscle. Elegantly sugar
7ake No Substitute.
tion, slh pressed her lips tightly
together, reached for one of the
*ars aipertaining to "Bunch" Mc-
Gavick, yanked hlii from his place
in front of the door, and then, with
her head held hirh and her ee:-
blazing, she marched into tlhe for-
bidden sanict im. Fifteen miinutet
after her departure \Villi m II.
Par-kiniham icalne o't. lokel ca.ii
tiout.-ly around and t hn. beckonin~-
to i-., o'tter g'!irl. -:id :
1"D) you think you ct.;! remembiii,
the ladv who was ihere a short time
"1 guess I kin, but I ain't goii'
to trv very hard, I'll promi-e vou
"'Well, just bear in mind that all
rules are off whenever she come?
in. That was my wife."
"Poor old cuss I" said "Bunch"
McGavick when he was alone again.
"I wouldn't wisht him anything as
bad as dat even if he redooced me
The Lund Glow of Doom
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WI rr~ Weina has
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"aw low o nsro ~wa
aUe wasubm be pm
etosssn.big ftba da
:~~~ Wsrre, w~ whem he wIas
OSTuM mum ih Nbbe ewsd.
~t Nyak h egmay 2Ilsmataro
tls bggn to complete hi prep
ratiea tie stan. Be or leavi
ie aid that the capital for hi under-
* taking bad been sappled smtily by
Am-rleas twt edt i t he pm set on
adletu sad patriotic gronds.
Mr. Weaan was born at Mentor. 0..
ta 118. He was a newspaper man at
the a e of sixteen and as bee i de-
tiled with many newspaper entr-
The Way She Dietd.
The fat girl of this story is not a
myth nor a show person, but a solid,
private reality. Her fatness weighed
upon her, so she went to a physician
to get rid of some of it. He drew
upa careful dietary. She was to eat
dry toast, plain boiled beef, etc.,
and to return in a month to report
reduction. At the end of the month
she could hardly get through the
doctor's doorway. He was aghast.
"Did you eat what I told you?"
His brow wrinkled itself. Sud-
denly he had an inspiration. "Any-
thing else ?" he asked.
"Only my ordinary meals."-Ex-
Hor Pawing Neighher.
The woman was half in hysterics
when her friends went over to her
where she sat in her delicate pink
party dress on the long divan.
"ft's that girl who just left me,"
she lamented. "Ill never sit by
her again if I see her first, she
pawed me so. I was flattered when
she cameto talk with me until she
began to paw me. Everything she
aid she would emphasize by hit-
ting me a blow somewhere, on the
shoulder or the arm or the hip. I
believe she's an ex-pugilist. I feel
all broke to pieces. Why do they
let such people come to parties
she nished, with a sob.-New York
Daymy Maymes social Planu.
Daysey Mayme Appleton will en-
tertain out of town company for
the next two weeks and has issued
the following cards and sent them
to her friends: "I will have two
girl guests from out of town for the
ant two weeks. What are you
willing to do for them? I ypve a
-- blackk filled ot by dinner,
dance, party, tea, luncheon, etc.)
whim ion had company." "Unles
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MMis hwdI'eD be hit
eme 0eqmitd wth:
A *reglar anda tealdy pae whiob
i ott e-dly put ut ot m-- m by
prren always indite a healthy
nation of th system. If, how-
eer, there i an intermittent beat-
ing of the pl it is aa indication
that the heart's nation is faulty.
Yo need not, however, take alarm,
ice there is no portion of the
body, no matter how vital, which
doe not get out of order many
time in the year. If the pulse is
beating very rapidly the nervous
syste is out of order. When fe-
ver is present the action is rapid
and very full, and there is evident
ditention of the vein.
If you are a healthy person in
the prime of life your pulse will
move at the rate of seventy-two
beats to the minute, though the
number will vary according to the
hour of the day. Do not think,
however, that you are more vigor-
ous than others because your pulse
beats at the rate of 80 or 90 to the
minute. One whose pulse beats at
the rate of only 40 or 45 is as like-
ly to be quite as vigorous. Artists,
decares ibot, a French physician,
a a rule, have a normal pulse action
of 78 to 84; mathematicians, from
60 to 70; laborer, from 65 to 68.
The French Dr. Quetelet has
drawn up a table showing the ac-
tion of the pulse at different stages
of life. At birth the little. indi-
cator gallops along at the rate of
136 to the minute; at five years, at
the rate of 88; from ten to fifteen,
at a rate of 78. Here a drop oc-
curs, and between fifteen and twen-
ty there is a fall to 69. Between
twenty-five and thirty the rate is
71; between thirty and fifty, about
70. During recent years the exact
state of any given heart has been
gaugeable, owing to the invention
known as the sphygmograph, which
registers the action of the pulse and
so tells the truth about the heart.
Any doctor can tell you whether
your heart is weak or strong and.
without a doubt, whether a sudden
death is likely to be your portion.-L-
New York World.
A Change of Tune.
A furniture van stood in front of
a house. A little boy stood by the
horse and gave it some bread to eat.
The driver looked on with a broad
"That's right," said he to tih
young benefactor; "always be kind
to dumb animals. Look how the old
horse enjoys it. But does your
mother always give you big chunks
like that ?"
"No," replied the youngster; "'l
didn't get thatWrom my mother."
"Where did you get it, then ?"
"It was lying in the van."
Here the driver flew into a tem-
per and bawled out:
"Why, that was my breakfast, you
miserable rascal, you!"
The poor lad, doomed thus early
in life to a practical experience of
the sudden vicissitudes of popular
favor, flew from the scene.-London
Ti Lo.t H.
Sergeant .'Lfin,;l. : ho wa. 'n
the habit of dropping his h's, and
Sir Frederick Thesiger were once
trying a case about a ship called the
Helen. Every time the former men-
tioned the vessel he called it the
Ellen. very time the other ooun-
il mentioned her they called her
the Helm. At last the jd, with
a quaint gravity, said: ~ o (a
favorite word of his). top.
What was the name of the ship?
I have it on my notes the Ellen and
the Helen. Which its And
the bar grinned.
"Oh. my Id," said Theiger in
his blandest and most fastidious
mamr, "the ship wa christened
the Haln. but sh le haer %' in
to a&S i t mi.. i n A
ea tod Mak that the
ebt ii the melea juhelMmtf
ia whiM t he bitte "V i a"
@ad to asb edr o 4O type
writ eto t yor lip em the pit
of the tijm tt in the cugosag
oom Wy Aeesrmnta fr tM "w-
r." A tp hia l rra r am y be
an evil thU It sometius a
Vry spurious it never faill
of =sing, from s point of view,
fuy to tbhe at desa .
The preee of th typwritr in
the new r ofes of today has
done muh to make r the live
of the author, the editor ad the
compeitor, but the typewriter,
with a it advantages, has. no an-
tomatic pmanetting deice, and the
virtue of the comma is amply illu-
trated by the story of the Scotch
divine, an extract from whoe ser-
mon a it appeared in a local paper
"Only last Sabbath, my friends, a
foung woman died in this pariah
very suddenly while I was endeav-
oring to preach the word in a state
of beastly intoxication."
And over a poem printed in a
weekly appeared the startling com-
'Te following verses were writ-
ten more than fifty years ago by F
gentleman who has for fifteen
yeas lain in his grave for his own
Unusual handwriting, however,
has moe to answer foj than the
vagaries of the typewriter. "The'
greater the author the greater the
strawler" is only too frequently
true, and it is not always fair to
put the blame for this sort of blun-
der on the shoulders of the compos-
itor. Carlyle and Balzac were two
whose copy few printers could read
and none would handle for more
than an hour at a time. Victor
Hugo and Byron were impossibly
bad penmen, and Sydney Smith is
quoted as frankly saying:
"I must decline reading my own
handwriting twenty-four hours aft-
er I have written it."-Washington
Don't let the baby suffer fr'm eczema;, s res
or any itching of the skin. Daun's Ointmeint
sives instant relief, cures quickly. Perfectly
safe for children. All druggist sell it.
Grief Is an Illness.
PA-_:_e ; _. ... i.
Griei is an illness anu music ub'
treated as such. Sorrow, grief an,!
the emotions caused by all grc.it
misfortunes should be regarded a-
akin to acute physical maladies.
Medical observations show that the
physical results of'depressing emo-
tions are similar to those caused by
bodily accidents, fatigue, chills, par-
tial starvation and loss of blood.
Birds, moles and dogs, which ap-
parently die in consequence of cap-
ture and from conditions that cor-
respond in human beings to broken
heart, were examined after death
as to the conditions of their internal
organs. It was found that the nu-
trition of the tissues had been in-
terfered with and the substance
proper of various vital organs had
undergone degeneration. Osteo-
S Woods Descrptie q
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The Kind You Halo Always Bougt
In Use For Over 30 Years
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Is what you need Mr. Florida Merch-
ant to make your investment in this
stock a success.
The Best Quality, The Best Known, The Best Profits
We are agents for the State
We sell at factory Prices
We e aWe save you freight
THE H. &W. B. DREW CO.
C| JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY
LOCAL TIME CARD No. 79.
No. 85 N o. MNo. 78 N o. 82
DAILY D MAN L DAILYILY DAILY
4 (J pia 9 .0 am lv Jacksonvllle Ar 7 :) ,ai 8 0 am:l
5 25 pm I1 &5) :m I.v St.Augustine Ar 6 i pm 7 06 am !
6 27 pm 11 56 am .v Eat Palatka Lv 5 uti pinl 6 (1h am
8 01 pn I 132pm Lv ... Ormond... L 3 J6 pm 4 2 am i
8 14 pm 1 44 pin .v.... Daytona ..Lv : 14 pin 4 15 am
8 pm 2 o pm I.v New Smyrna .v 2 40 pm S 40 am
10 00 pm 3 3 m Lv .Titusville... Lv 1 25 pm 1 227 am
10 43 pm 4 19 jm l.v ......Cocoa ...1.v 124 6 pm 1 48 am
10 47 pm pm4 m Lv...Rockledre.. Lv 12 12 pm 1 44 am
11 A) pin 4 57 pm. ILv ..Eau tallie. Lv 12 10 pm 1 12 aIma
11 p pm 507 pm Lv.. Melbourne. Lv 12W~2 pim 1 03 am
I 28 am 7 u5 pm Lv ..Ft. Pierce ...Lv lo u5 am 11 U pm
3 48 am 9 17 pin Lv..W. PalmHeach Lv o4 am 8 40 pm
6 10 am II 3 pm Ar M .. am .. L 5; 0 am t 00 pm
7 00 am .......... Lv ... Miami .....Ar .......... 5 S0 pm
A 20 am ...........Lv. Hometead .v ....4 10 pm
10 44 am ... I.v Long Ke. I.v .............. 1 46 am
It 30 am ...... Ar Knlht- I ey Lv ....... I ( am
%' p ..... ,Ar- Key West. Lv. ..... 7 30 am.
: :0 am ..........Ar .. Havana...Lv... :3 U0 pm
Effective June 17. 190(
Pullman Buffet Pa'- 'r art-
operated on train- 9 a.i 1 ;I ,.;
lweean Jacksornvlll mal ; Mt ....
P ll m a n utffe '... i ,-r ,,.
tweien New Yuok a 1! Kriola-
Key over A. '. L. Lla. i :a..ith f
Jacksonville ls buandled ) tra ,
s6 and at.
Sunday. Tuesday and Thursdays. arrivals at Key West.
tLuesdays. Thursday and Saturdays. d-parture, from Key \Weet
IMondays, Wednesday- and Fridays. arrivals and depnrtire- at Havana.
Leave &%%1 E AT PALATKA Toa
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11 25 am
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SAN MATEO BRANCH
Lea Ea-t EA-T PAI.ATKA TO arrive n LI.eave ano SAN MATH.<, T-o KE-
A:u ka -AN MAI EO Mateo Mateo PALAKA
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.; gle tseemlasMrs ienay l *ee Itl m urewsea eetA1 a lm ver Imbe bass.beud_..h..__
a. t ,7- ...-'----" -, ar.. le w t. mterm. t Gete besta
? teide lw heistr ig0 tt qnl diretio T them doctorhis is aoo w vi e'iJ A wi:
Nto i.l --irg f mbre ll tre abot tw rt Aeet
The.- -i -_-amilteriromibagsaostreoe enn Frnkli.AllenI ad sister, Ruth, ex- P DS.EPrlt
S,- lnri w a F"n t1 e w" w TiI TUSe oo"" V an ie th
.im is i nmri eft r =ad wlg oe,.mde o .s eso vald d t M. E. V. hl i rbeking enive EE A L A
The asaewtebowes an re ranoffida-wasavy.and
em ey--o -" Blle& puS-- -o ..lon wl t rL..WGEUSteAw e ier o change in the "Lena" which will fit i
Str.ad r reatm al oer t th wbst b eiehe and viras he r up very nicely as a houseboat fores?"" "
nm a e, you wl a uem iti t you are wine. Miss Nell Owen spent part of last
Mr. I.Ll Rixon m ie Mr. W. ond boltr tt has stquite ill since wih r. s. A Sims IS C om pl
Btliek-the tnto pu addition Plce iw two weeks. The othe killed Mr. and Mrs. Arthrat
hi return from Hastings. e little
ThinB.b of fre dan all around Mr. Rufus Stewartlien and sontr, Charles,
dot wella about do theho Dr. Peek, of Melbourne, was here ame up from Brantly in their auto Sun- Paint ant
Stown wth all ai et b professionally Tuesday attending Mr. da winter.
Withs4. Tb. Mriveis. DOWm.H e of elars.me to Merris ndan Poa
Terer arwe andu. th sgmd*ti and dg E. V. Hall is making extensive H e av an
Sharm hosit b n date inl to a mers. Mr. C. L. Stewart and dau ghters, are now wondering if they dare drive t-
he traWern are t and our Misses Annieand Nellie, were shopping out alone asthe y ave been doinguseboat fortatins for
otn i The recent rains have brought us a road s wil follow the au tos, but that isd e given perso
The di of the town gave benefit few mosquitoes, not welcome visitors not much comfort if yowen u cannot rt ue laslicited an
for the ball team in the opleader point Adg week with friends at Rocklede.ll th
o Tuday nightdwhe Ycomp cleared 800and the BANYAN Mr. Hall and famcaskilly spent Sunday arriv-
on a ed it will e how place grove ed at withe Lymr. an Cottage last Monday
eveni was spent. Miic wco furnish-p
r E i & ^ .A, balhis return from Hastings. Trop lc in A ., P rit
ed by Mwish the law woita Can protect ourv. Mr. Rufu. B. Stewart and son, Charlie, and will make hs home with Mr. and
do a well a it does the h re seen quite of Mte n spinning around in Mr. Vance McCaskill for the nextan
CaMr. and Mrs. D. HStrdley, who their auto-quite a novel sight for the twenty-on. Changes do come even
N. C. reached home Saturday night. Mr. L. Mathers return from a to M erritt Island, and some of our ladies l
ahaen, spent londy in tow. M. Mt C. L. Stewart and daughters, are now wondering if thea dare drive 5 -l-- -
a has bee quit ill this su e Misses Anne and Ne ie, were shopping out alone as they have been doing for Quotations fo
Mr. Roy Trafford entertained a party down the rver the interests of a new comes harse, or even after the croupy cogh or
of hs frends at hs home on Tuesday washng machine. It does allbrought us a roads will follprevenow the aut, but that is
The ladies of the town gave a benefit few mosquitoes, not welcome visitors, not much comfort if o cannot ted an
forevenntheopa for it. AaTry one and be convinced. It i th. ah li f gos and solicit
Tuay ht. They cled 800mak Blueonday ay of the YOUNGlas MENki, LEARN thn anM aeries delivr at
one cake bringing 0 Much interest wamanifested in the TELEGRAPHY! np pe'a. t
en t wi s aisf. oc .n fie Mri R B Stewart and son, Charlie, and will make his home with Mr. and
wor as-well as i tdoIsthehoge.oPeli te kogrepy gareof capital eray TELEGRAPH OPERTORS AREu B a n tN ERn
apd b iss An e ar e on it o te spinning around in Mra Vance MCaskill for the next
that never f. an d Mrs. ad ll Walton Matherso-quit e a novel sight for thLizzie entyon ya.
have spent some time in Hendersonville. island. N.tLa Stew arta ndhaug tie lsiar.n w 1e1hey d are L B R
N. druggists. home Mathers, third grade; all being perfect OiY, THiS Is t' Op lRTI ( NIaTl.'icy and Toislet Ar
Sin capitals of Europe. tolearn tity givcla trade n tat payh a cld Soda Water, Ice Cr
Mr. Roy Trafford entertained a party down the river in the teret of a new har every moth in r the year. T here i
of his friends at his home on Tuesday washing machine. It does all claimed a s, will prevent the attack Sold hy all ti e hs u bll proucof all kienps. Wer
eve Guavas are plentiful and makbe convince jelly d. a greater demand for legraph rt ii theail orders solicited and
i Mollie iholon, of Melbourne, is the order of the a day of thie YOUNG MEN, LEARN for ha
visited in town thi week. .er a an many years past. l'he promint railr is o
The wa i Mooney, of Cocoal, are Remedy is today the bet known medicine in the uth an other part.the tta John L. Van De Veer
ovii relatives talhere for i a f ew d ays. use for they gamreliefde ofbowel complaints are writing us to quality many youn mn
itit cures griping diarrh Th oy Mathers. chart class; IN GREnd of gd char ctr ter their rie as wn
Mr. and Mrs. Johnsoad of Melbourne, should e taken at others, second gturase sibly th reliable, bit
Mathers, third grade; all being perfect to.r Tnla.Ia t' th N1 a tFancy and Toilet Ar
spent Suay with Mrs. Carl Powell. hidandaaly u d ious boys of the South will ally to thei will
Rev. Carson and family are expected Guavas are plentiful and making jelly reter dny. for rph Ma orders solicited and pro
Miss Mollie Nicholson, of Melbourne, is the ordestudents quality thr sere h only Prompt Deliveries Made to all
The Misses Mooney, of Cocoa, are Remedy uw today the best known niudduae iutheouth anotherarpitituottH'Ca uitecd stu-, John L. Van De Veer
tiv relatives here fror a few days. se for the rveifnh cureofboweDIANOLA fni r to rsix riintr. We guarlitye poa itions.ul, iiif
to take the M. E. patorate work. nt ing rrhia. I dytetery, al d mf guod charter tr their Strvi, e a lWe ,o.a la
Mr. and Mrs. B orh t en a n becinto r. a nd r l F.\\G. ium- ra.e e rut that th relil.r amio 1 -
Mopent Sunday after plent visit with re- son doing well. Mr. Humphrys arrived pid promotio
Rev. Caron and family are expected al deNleLAR sIPrtuity. e
to arrive here this week from Nebraska IIANOLA utr tuling" u hualty t(sr servuse in only Prompt Delwveries Made to alP
o tak t E p o w ork, fur to six iss fteifr a y. W e K uarant
Born to Mr. adaaIfit' Mork.rs.exion F. G. Hum- (tradluates bgingon .cpa"F-TpLrEG.PHtb: eas .'P u, AR N A
lativel at Miami and Modello. home from Clayton, N. Y., on night Or tuiti i enable board at loDealers n Staple a
A machine shop is going to be a new train on the 30th. climate; exeelleut drinking water. Write at t fo
it ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Wht' CotVrnfg.Teol uemd.Chri ahr.catcas NGETDMN !
feature of the town. Messrs. Hoffman L. V. Harmon, from Shiloh, is visit- ouce for our new illu.itr.tted catalog A l t-
and Johnson will have charge of the ing friends at Indianola. ter or postal will Iriug it. IT IS FREE. GASOLINE, CYLINI
iame. Capt. Bart Field is having his launch, Southern School of Telegraphy ALLEN H U R
Wm. R. Roesch'and Miss Lena are the Mayflower, nicely fitted up for
spending this week in town. carrying the school children from Cour- BoX 272 lWIB Al, GEORGIA THE NEW FORE
Sallie Mathers spent a few days in tenay to Cocoa when school opens.
Cocoa last week. A. S. Humphrys is enlarging his pack- at Co t M r t
S. Jonea has returned from Quay and i" house. at
will remain here all winter, where his Mrs. E. Madison paid Cocoa a visit G. F. DUREN, AGENT
son will attend school. Tuesday, having some dental work done.
The Recreation Club are practicing Mrs. M. Wallace was visiting friends / -4 Florida and
each week for a play to be given in the in town one day this week.'
near future. They organized a ladies W tn
quartette, composed of: Mesdames E. Pleasant Visit W
Taylor, H. W. Christian, C. C. Houston VERO, FLA., Sept. 2, 109. t
and Miss Ellen Mathers. Editorof THE Fi.oIDs MTAK
The "Guild" was entertained at the I have just been enjoying a very
home of Mrs. S. K. Watts Wednesday. pleasant visit at the home of our o al K
ciey will m t a popular representative, Hon. Rufus
The Ladies' Aid Society will meet t B. Stewart,who has the distinction of rI-auVILLE, FLORIDA is the biggest value for
the home of Mrs. C. G. Redstone next owning the tirst and only automobile the biggest value for
Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. on Merritts Island. Mr. Charley is A. ST W A DT Practical demonstration,
The misionary exercises rendered by a fine chauffeur, and I never will for-. A. IL I 1 as to the new styles a
the children at the Baptist church last get my first ride over the wet sand E. B. WAGER, Titus'
Sunday was appreciated by all present along the shores of the Banana river, -
Si e Frin for her through the orange groves, bananas Inu nl EAST COAST
Greacritedit ist due m. Frink for her and pineapples. I will long remem-EAST COAST L
'mtiriaff efforts to make it a sucess ... .....A,..-. ,
I al fo-r -i aw ah -f.
;h c.-asPe inkh p d .Oo
Mjt may, 0 Bmdway, Nw York Cty; The As.
chard & Son
e Finest Lines of
I Shelf Hardware
r Stock of
ete at all times
1 Oils of Quality
S-- - ------ ---
ADY & BRO.
ain and all Food Produts
are age"t t6 r NMla, 1" I- 1i,/v I, V .h ,|.a: \ :;,,,'. .
our tatii i .. .. IE., I'I -. .I;
S .DRUG STORE. :.
ticles, Perfumery, St
'inm, Fresh Drugs, C!
amptly filled. Will order Ian thing ,
ven't in stock
W. h Folu
LLE ICE CO.
;tured from Distilled Water
Shipping Points on the Florida East Coas
nd Fancy Groceries
)DR OIL, CUP GREASE. ETC
A'T $823 .oo
the money ever offered in a clar
n of Ford car and full particular-
nd models given at any time b%
ville, Agent for the Ford Cars
JMBER & SUPPLY ('0
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