Group Title: Florida star (Titusville, FL)
Title: The Florida star
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Title: The Florida star
Uniform Title: Florida Star (Titusville)
Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Star
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: S.W. Harmon
Place of Publication: Titusville ; Cocoa, Fla.
Titusville Fla
Publication Date: 09 10, 1909
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075901
Volume ID: VID00718
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 34175599
alephbibnum - 002071719
lccn - sn 96027111
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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TITUYBVILE, FLA., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1909


NO. 21


aM trNoashse l
at 'ha Set e a
Mr. P. J. Han ms fd MN sefreM
a wes v's A tofh mther t OraCge

Mr. ad Mrs. W. L. Goldmith re-
tsrmd i be insl auaJl wees'
vat o i-lartq.a Ga.
MaJr. iTar sad son spent
m l deai the amt of thi week visit-
ia with Mat~ at CamveraL
Mas C. J. Drbm wBl entertain
har m k' ehlas tmrw (Sateay)W
afte sem, tm to o'delock.
oin S ftaes left MoNeday
mI -ll--- Catmm Id YM Ar
aftmama to hmeer stiMess at Be-
are 'ft smfry, stLh, Ga.
MmN J. C. Diekam. as Miss Hatti
HaBLet Mi Is here on a vbet' of a
kt a week or a to Mr. W. H.
Ball
Juds Jams left Monday afternoon
tforr t PrIee to hoU aterm ofdirit
esut ht tL IUBt L es p.r1 to tbh
dO c of do. lam r fanl tem.
pat. 8. J. Oveets ret aned ft
GeoqN t Maw afta oavin
Ms. Ovus et ia Jaekamvwle for a
dsort visit with hbr dter, Ms. Knox.
Mr. J. C. Heks, ft Mslam, a prom-
ieat trwk iower aMd who ow a
orMs pve m the gua esest, acom-
peded by hbs~dnher, was a guest at
the HoRetl Dnble T m q.
Mr. C. L aLeat Cos, wyho be-
ese apa&mtw AhertA. Taylerin
the hiem B-iw Rael bbtaAsmee, of
that pace was tI Tituile attsding
tI budsia wmttees Saturday.
Mrs. M. V. Taylor and son Master
Wion Taylor, arrived home last Fri-
day from an extended cruise in the
motor boat Lo mes as far as the dredg-
g operatoa of the coast eaal north
of St. AugWustQ .
Mr. W. B. Sadler, of Lake City, bank
examiner, was in Titusville Monday on
oadial business ad made examination
of the conit l of Indian River State
bank, the first visit of the state ex-
aminer to this bank In eight months.
Mr. Geo. M. Robbins and family re-
tarad last Friday night in the Bonita
from a weeks' cruise up the coast in-
side a far as Pa erek. They hada
vry pleasant trip and enjoyed the
whole trip immenely, being out just
eight days.
Miss Edna Pickard, who has been on
an extended visit here with Mrs. C. C.
Curtis, returned to Clinton, La., last
Friday afternoon, taking her cousin
Miss Louse Curtis, with her fora nine
months' term in the seminary in Clin-
ton, in which Miss Pickard is a teacher.
Carlile-Carney
Mr. George Alexander Andrew Car-
1le, of LaGrange, and Miss Ruth C.
Carney, of Joelton, Tenn., were mar-
ried on Thursday, Sept. 2nd, in Nash-
ville, at Cherry and Bueanvista streets,
by Rev. Sbannon, and arrived in Titus-
ville last Friday afternoon, much to the
surprise of the friends of the groom,
who were not expecting any such aus-
picious event to happen. Mr. Carlile
and bride are receiving hearty congrat-
ulations and have settled down to keep-
ing house in their cory home at La-
Grange which was in readiness for
them on arrival.


Bargais in every department at
Kline's this week.
5 or 6 doees will cure any
case of chills and fever. Price 25c.
'Will Cut Stove Wood
If there is anybody who wants
stove woodcut please hire G. W.
- Hart. He will cut from one hun-
dred strnd on up. Inquire at the
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Church NotBs'
willRev. Wp Stones will a ho
hedalmi shoe-in f aL every
tm Oy wear-asa make
oodas at th moat rasoa prima.
Faor th Ceoa t : paet aort
mRet to aleH. t fos will re a call, or
snd in your orders.
WINSTON S& BRANNING
Oiw faft dbt StwA
Bp tistille, Florida.

Church Note i
Rev. Wi. SHtones wilpreach on sen-
day nl at Indliaol at 10 0 a. in.,
and at Cocoa at 3: on 8 y mm.
Rev. H. Harris will preach in tohe
BapnStt Gbchrel'sch, tur, next Sunday,
iaof and sdnight. Everybody invited.
Rev. W. H. Creson will have ser-
vies at St. IAke. church, Courtenay,
oday undan at 0 lom. All are in-
vited and wlu be welcome.
Dean Robbttom will ofiiate a St.
tMark' chpuch Cocoa, of Sunday morn-
in, eptenmbere th, at 11 o'clock, and
in St. Gabriel's church, Tituville, Sun-
day evening at 7:90 o'clock.

Revising Course of School Study
A committee of five of teachers
of the public schools of Brevard are
in ewaion here this week for the pur-
poe of revising the course of study
necemitated by the chan gia of text
books.
This committee is made up of Dr.
and Mrs. E. E. Macy, C. E.Skull, S.
J. Ovestret, Miss Fancis Arnold
and Mia Susie Gladwin.

Teachers* Emxamtnion
The September examination of
school teachers commenced the first
of this week with the smallest num-
ber of examinees on record for the
September examination, only three
teachers taking the examination, viz:
Miss Jeannette D. Norwood, Miss
Carrie C. Mendel, of Titusville, and
Miss Ola Masters, of Mims.
This seems unusual when it is tak-
en into consideration that no June
examination was held in this county.
Have you seen that special sale offer
of skirts at Kline's this week?

Samersault-Kyzer
Miss Aleph Agnes Kyzer and Mr.
J. B. Samersault were united in mar-
riage at the Wilson Cottage Wednes-
day afternoon.
Miss Kyzer is the eldest daughter
of our townsman, J. Z. Kyzer. Mr.
Samersault is captain of the Con-
solidated Naval Stores Co. here and
is a cousin of A. 0. Frink, of Eau
Gallie.
The newly married couple entered
on their married life by going to
house keeping at once, amidst the
congratulations of their many
friends.
After the ceremony delicious re-
freshments were served.
A FRIEND.
Mims, Fla., Sept. 9th, 1909.

School Opens
September 13th, '09
We have just opened up the largest
line of boy's and girls' shoes ever
shown on the East Coast, in the well
known SELZ make. If you are look-
ing for shoe satisfaction all clean,
new stock, double guaranteed- the
largest assortment-at the most rea-
sonable prices, call to see us or
send us yourorders.


WINSTON S. BRANNING
Titusville, Fla.
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Remember The Alpine for lodging
and quick lunch when in Titusville.

5 or 6 doses "666" will cure any
case of chills and fever. Price 25c.
Kline's Gents Furnishing Dep't
Men's neglige shirts, made of an
excellent quality of percale, the fa-
mous Princely shirts, worth 75 cents
and $1.00, Monday only M cents each.


LOCAL GOSSIP

AID 'PERSONALS

a ltU IAbt te Pople of Titu-
vl u TLq Coe ut Go
Bargains in every departnpat at
Kinae's ths week.,
Mr. Adhemar Brady sold his naph-
tha launch last week.
Mr. Geo. C. Battle, ofPasco, arriv-
ed on a short visit to friends yester-
day for a day or so.
Walter P. Giles was called to Or-
lando the first of the week on account
of the death of his father, returning
home Wednesday.
Miss Susie Teeter is expected to
arrive in Titusville tomorrow from
Jacksonville, ready to teach in the
Titusville high school next week.
The friends of Dr. F. H. Houghton
are expecting him to arrive from
Daytona tomorrow afternoon to
spend until Monday afternoon here.
Information has been received that
Com. J. Lorillard, Jr., and family
are expected to arrive in Titusville
about the llth of October from the
north.
Monday. Sent. ith waR Labor dav_


SPECIAL SUAL AT II='S
MONDAY, !SPT. 13M, 1909.
Ladis' tailor-made sirts, worth
$6.00, special sale for Monday $ 9.
Another lot, worth $7.60, for "$40.
Another lot, worth $10, for $SL
adies' shirt waists, handsomely
trimmed with embroidery and lace
insertion, worth $1.50, for Wc.
Another lot, worth $2.00, for $SL.
Another lot, worth $3.50, for $49.
Corset covers, all lace front, worth
75c, for Sec.
Another lot, with embroidery and
lace trimming worth 49c, for 29c.
Ladies' underskirts, with four
rows of lace insertion, worth $1.50,
for ec.
Another lot, worth $2.50, for $1..
Another lot, worth $3.50, for $2N.
JULIU KLINE,
Titusville, Florida.

COCOA
Ralph Magruder is now chief clerk
in Travis's grocery.
Mrs. H. Williams, of Sharpes, was
a visitor in our town on Tuesday.
The foundation is ready for Mr.
Geo. Taylor's house on Derby Ave.
The weather has been very pleas-
ant of late. More north and easter-
ly winds.


LATEST IENS

AID IICIDUTS

DtNi. Nigr.Dntist. AToitufiktt
Tnnl lutin & m
Dr. Miller. Dentist. Titusvitle.
Have you see that special sale offer
of skirts at Kline's this week?
Capt. W. H. Sharpe, of Sharpes,
spent a part of Monday in town.
Mr. R. D. Gladwin returned from a
trip as far south as Miami Sunday
morning.
Editor E. D. Oslin, of the Cocoa and
Rockledge News, was in town Monday
afternoon.
Fall term at Stetson, DeLand, Fla..
opens September 29th. Send for cata-
log and book of views.
Mr. Geo. M. Robbins was called to
Fort Pierce Monday on business before
the circuit court at that place.
Mrs. P. C. Nelson and Carl and Ellen
left Sunday for Atlanta as per an-
nouncement made in TiH STAR last
week.
The city dock was completed to the
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but it sonyobservled- by the t- Mrs. J. Wilson and son are at home "" """u """ l"oa d ef'"W
office. Te stores, bank, etc., and after a visit in Georgia and Northern rht out and d direct from the boat
those who had work to do labored on Florida. that land t thi dock.
just the same. Mr. M. M. McLeod and two sons, Mrs. M. Moye and sister, Mrs.
Mr. Roy Snell, second operator at of Dade county, are visiting in town Hattie L. Sloan, are in Jacksonville,
the F. E. C. station at this place, has this week. where they expect to be for a month or
returned to his home in Eau Gallie, Mrs. M. E. Hill arrived home on more, visiting their sister and family.
his place being filled by Mr. A. B. Wednesday from Demorest, Ga., and Mrs. Bolden.
Whilden, of Eau Gallie. points in Florida. Mrs. E. L. Brady and little daughter
Mr. Leon Wilson was out the first Mr. John Powers sold all of his Lucile arrived home Sunday afternoon,
of this week with his new 20-foot cattle on the range, between 800 and after spending about two months in
runabout motor boat, which makes 1,000 head, to Mr. Raulerson. North Carolina and visiting her mother
about 12 miles an hour with a 6 h.p. Mrs. I. Wooten and two sons, who in Tennessee.
two cylinder Gray motor. She is the have spent the summer at Demorest,
speediet little boat in this section. Ga., reached home last week. Mr. Andrew Froacher and Mr. R. D.
Mr. Charles B. Kingman and Mrs. Mr. A. H. Trafford will be the Gladwin went to Jacksonville Wedes-
Kingman and Master Charlie expect poultry man of our vicinity soon. day after the auto truck which arrived
to leave today for White Springs e has made some up-to-date im- there the first of this week for Mr.
where Mr. Kingman will spend about provements in his yard lately. Froecher from New York. Mr. Glad-
ten days of his annual vacation of a Mr. Francis LaRoche, of the Nay- win will bring the truck down for Mr.
month from the railway mail service. al Academy at Annapolis, Md., is Froscher.
After the expiration of their visit at home on a visit with his parents, Mr. Will Mather returned h.me from
there Mrs. Kingman and son will Mr. and Mrs. Robt. B. LaRoche. White Springs, Fla., Saturday night.
spend a week or so in Jacksonville, Col. S. F. Travis reached home on Mr. Mather will return to White Springs
and Mr. Kingman will devote the Monday from Demorest, Ga., where again next week on account cf the con-
balance of his vacation to baseball the family are spending the sum-tinue ne of his wife, who has been
matters connected with the Titus- mer. S. F. Travis, Jr., left to join tiued illness of his wife, who he been
ville Baseball club, of which he is the them on Tuesday. ill there since he left Titusville theear-
manager, and to looking after his The Cocoa ball team went to Fort ly part of this summer.
orange grove in the Turnbull ham- Pierce Monday in Capt. Casper's boat The Titusville-Indian River Citrus
mock north of Titusville. Indian River. The game was in favor Growers' Association was organized the
Game With Chi hof Fort Pierce. A pleasant trip was first of this week and notice of applica-
Ball Game With Chic, .h reported. We note that Cocoa team tion for charter will be published in
A heavy shower yesterday prevent- has its picture in Monday's Times- THE STAR this week. The incorporators
ed thecompletion of whatwould have Union, and we are proud of our are Geo. B. Gardner, Andrew Froacher,
been a hard-fought ball game be- team.eo. M. Robbins Frank H Boye and
tween the Chickasha Indians and the The Brotherhood and friends had Ge. M. Robbins, Frank H. Boye and
Titusvilles. On account of the late a pleasant outing to Oceanus Mon- Henry Carlile.
start, necessitated by the Indians not day. In the party were Rev. Wright Piano Recital
arriving here until the 3:35 p. m. and family, Mr. Hendry and family,
train, the game had to be called at Mrs. A. H. Trafford, Misses Jane and Miss Mary Haile acquitted herself
the fourth inning, just as Titusville Addie Gibert, and Messrs. Roy Traf- with great credit at her piano recital
was warming up to the professional ford, F. Green, and Jesse Gibert. A Tuesday evening at the Titusville
manner in which their opponents very pleasant day was spent. Opera House.' The fair sized aud-
handled the sphere, on account of Our school will open next Monday, ience was a very attentive one aside
darkness. Sept. 13th. Our school will have from several noisy little boys in the
Of course the calling of the game Spanish included in its studies this front seats. Miss Haile played four-
was a great disappointment to the year This is an opportunity which teen selections, being assisted in two
hundreds of people who came here the children should appreciate. The duets by Miss Helen Wilson and in
from every direction, but it was High School has always been a one duet by her little sister Doroth.
made up at the ,night game, when source of pride to our town and we who has been taking instruction only
everyone had more than a barrel of know that the same high standard two months and played her part well.
fun over the game of soft ball play- will be held this year as has been in Miss Halle is only twelve years old.
ed by artificial light, the past but plays remarkably well for her
The home team were novices at e p age. She is a pupil of Mrs. Den-
this innovation and the Chickashas if I ham's music class, under whose care-
played it to perfection, and the score i ful management the recital was
at seven innings was 21 to 3 in favor A check taccount enables you to sat givn.
of the Indians.y s llar more than you oth-
Manager Turner, of the Chickshas, erwise would each year it means tFE DY GOODS SHO
conceded that the afternoon gameYyou as much as the income from a FURNITRE, DLY ;)O1P. SHO
would have been a hot contest if it Ione thousand dollar loan at six per Bureaus, dre.-sers, dressing stands
could have been layed out, as strong cent interest. Wash-.-tands. refrigerators, springs
teams succumb to ahe Indians gener. Isn't that well worth while? Many Mattresses, kitchen safs., ice cream
teams succumb to the Indians gener- u freezers White M\ountairo>. chairs
ally in the first part of the game. who are not saving anything wul' freezers Wh M t air
He expects to spend a month next find a check account the means of Tabletts, wardrb. iresn bs rutgs
season in Florida with a team of accumulating MORE than sixty dol- Mttins. art aure. ca
Sioux Indians. He is well known lars a year. CHAS. A. (;ARDNER, 'Phone 342
here as he was on Indian river some i hy don't you try this plan of
twenty years ago at Cocoa. getting ahead? Let us help you. For Sale
Indian River band livened both INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK. Six tine N. C. Hound pups.
games greatly with music from their Titusville, Fla. EDDIE RAMSEY,
Stand, which was moved to the grand'. Footman, Fla.
I stand for the occasion. The Victor talking machine records
are not only superior to any flat rec- Limeade, delicious, healthful and
Gun Repair Works ords made, but you have a much larg- -T ; ennorr Ieltu atnd
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men of Duaiial and lutru:il.:. vil will probably he arranged for the tll Seed talg as to itteere with the tla tie sI ot rl u the isf ltrrt t
irene will unie anddrl. s..I. pree-dllng Tesday. Sept. 2. estate; t: t transfer of property. together with A seaiiation. to a membrship l, th.- ~u,. anl
promiuUCe will make addresses. i'lir Pr' les dny. Sept. 8. the fruit or other pr, lduce zro,.wing the.re,,I a .ertitrate ot'suh eUi...rhip ,.,n h,w
followrtlg day will Ih efssett-ily u hiO:- On Saturdaty evening will come th at the time ot auch Jale; that is to ty: Tihat a.ver sich person siglaint the ,y-law. ..f i t
torickali i. le.sigued to e pa .i,.ililtetd (linlllax of the whole celebration so far now ready. pires tlhe fullest if any pir~,u whl has >i'iel hi- n3me A s-~iation. iu-ludiai the ,,,atr.,t fitr hi.
in by Ulriversitie. clk*-s. -s l.hl,.l as New York city Is concerned. The information a'ou:t all for any iprti(ular year fur placrin the or her fruit Ut l tu sl ~u*iat*tS L a. Ir,,vlhlI ,n
I n',by uniie vsiM e "1114004s. The'ipnf tiheu gtrwuia 4 *t h lin museunui a!:d iearne-'ld .d pal'litlic &.., (E'""ihsi .ii h:as arranged one great Seeds fer ihe in the hand. of the" A..-iati. -hall ll ll ".
cletles thr.onbout ttie stale. ThiLe"e ili carulv'al p:irade. with moving allegor- r dispw'e ,,f hi. lani in uhtiul faith: then IN WITNESIL WIIEREn,) FI L ,,i -,..t
1 colmerultim e exertrles t Co:l Icnl Itlbleaux, prt.cipated in I, the e adt il that event the. id-4 ler and pure hua,- orpa andn at a, ti
him university. New York tIailVerJi-y. (;,rl,- rev --oc-htts. :txl ll r anL 9, er are re.heaw.,l. if they -,&A desire, nri. the Ar.io-tion. has her-.. ',utm' ri,. ,I h e.,
blea ulverlty. ew Yurk university. (er.in -etls. ad this iprde and ,. uh.igatinsl of having fruit ,r lroducel -lriwni :and attixed his mal t t t.- ~t!
the Co!lege of the City of New York. Its attend:lant features of iudlvidui:l el- Zrasses nc L.Y VC, upln the l:taId s ,o lIl. market-cl or hanl.;iied leiriMoration al AndiAti.ow
ooper Uuion St. John's university, ebration are expected to make the an- Vetchh s. Ali&l.a. under the authouity of this Asmoiatian. Name Rke lec,.
Fordham; the Brooklyn Institute of nual ew Year's eve celebration look Seed VLo t ,. CR. S. ARTILE VII Hansell. ~eali Maw-. ie,'.
Arta and Sclence.s all the public like a May p-rty In a country village. R ?. : .-ey, etc That the place where the principal husines. J Z. Kyzer. [Sre Min.; Fl,.t i.,
acbools and nearly all the private lnsti. The illumlnatlon and pyrotechnic dis- A L* of said Asbociatiou is to hb tnrnsacted is i1 W. Roberts. [Meal] Mima, Flor.la
The iumatn Mlilllss. outnity eaf Brevard. State of r
Iltops of learning throughout lhe play will be on a scale never attempt o ..' S TAT OF FL DA.
state. ed this country bore. Eer mu -n o, r SIls t Florida. AtIl the anlltual uneetitlgis ofthe
ed In this country before. Every mu- I l L Jj S neuhrei of this A -wiatie, Alnall etinvene at Before the undersutnetl aelthrty, lY ,-,,a-
t2 t otorl building and thousands of pri V said place on the first Tuesday in May. of each ly appeared C. Hansell. J 7. Ky/,r .nil P
Ou ept. 2 there wIll be wotorlxxtt I A h tinle and place it.W -t who twitig
t-. and aquatic pportt; on the Hud- vate buildings, every great bridge spant- t"-.t -n he p!..-:'! n the fall to ani every year. at which time and place it. W Rberts. who heiusn y il. y *>r) r
rson hier. The re pa or many ot the and many of the great thoroughfares HynZcnths. Tl ups. and other otice. acknowledge. cd thataduted iuto ult.i. hi. o arn.
warships wil take part in these con- g t e taeo the haove preuLVnted charter Io Ie.-
teB. e rega raogemeo are will be Illuminated with tens of thou- Flowering Bul s, VPgetable and ArTILE VI Indian River' itruslrtowerr tem..: i ,i I
ts. The regtt arrangements a hands of eletri lights. There will tw Strawbe-y la:t- Poltry That each an I ,verv ne,.niler ,of this ,a.. affixed his seal to the sam.'. ir th. -- AId


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.. w SSh At the Ne!ppoltle' Museum of Art. wil burn fo for hoursm with a aame thereo l Wh am s Shall, le age 7si i
tl'l sY to" the o A imtrica t Muasume of Natunl Hts. thirty feet ihit. mstidBossentho- -;- A..*moe Thot at" easa. t lihM dt e
a l ,t Ie t ps protoandin th meison Thi aro other sp evene oeu the tm and ik -9e-lasuep t Al __ l F li s
d bypview, ffaieworks woo t saq ml in to heem a as,- t this



iV f tf t no 0 1ma m ft nuAom tne oelety. tane New program, and a number of toewd in tm whall beoma m1b1r t Pedm i siD b Pou Iid na ta
.'- -tark Pbic library, the New York the state ire arranged aoae great r a y- the of mem i d j, be t ad
.SCS!s elIdUW c Dlo5 t tel and Blopraphical ase teuy. celebrations, whbnh wfu bo to make welte la re1.r) toherem t ithe m tmI VbgPe di- e waMKa
istrthe.sallbeno In Webb'a hiebool For shspbde teafair Dtet mm o m Doef sad e m id
t se. wghty W S eto the Amerianuseumofau Hi.- the ade lton lr the ate ofirtyicorphilrao tthMoges sAmdf we o li ta et, b a1be1

G 4 lowwa mfetorew Yae t Hsp ub and omtther k- ew the kand ever held il thvns or thy sNytimevandowlore stolmt oe Aam iatm d


*iet -0 M I~dtlosuos throubot the state other eatery ertite of mbentehip in mo 1A". t esi gna
ts 4rd there will be opened lzhibits of palt- nor Acabu aty person not a srl r of tths as ls w o
tss, m b and efr m to ngs. prite, books, models relthes and g ae anestaomt mbeowinoe" fruit ben.eme oreom2e a member ofthes lldby m sPsM e su s. V
U WiM" stranec Ibtiay ohe Pompubescalargey, thembewfor-tesachoftehavearrangseledsomethgeaeauus ofm oomem lasd.aedmn ei a be the Pdd u wd




to be t his Sweathis ti malike of rIorkable historeal value. lIs iwlto atheytlsy hveused rheat t n & mM
~ei th e out gat m At the Anerde iogapohi o Natlra s Ty, clebrati o ier whiat whitohae in cts moby (.eto e sup Dw S as aI MS
e and t three quadr wll and the Metropoitan Museum lia or powder form. Itsl ey, butitre- Thattheprpoeforw th ei. a -Md ea ta im t



start at tim bor of 8 an.d 10 o'clock of Art la prtleuatr these exhibit lev e stem of li amlatioh t is formed are tlo be e rent, sel, occupy its diroetejj, a asy bat may i StA
d at 7, 8 sad 9 o'clock, am may bo wle be Terr notable At thc Mnt m tho evoidiah eMtipaior ad all kindred ay d sa, hold m d dih of all ga aMd per- iUSh Ik0 h.mmsa. 11 d Aimar Sh
to t the alt Moonof Art te art committee of the ot ctAr. wteo -eaor moitfhaa.emI BoaTenplnt fr&the elbofl tiBe M Dreetm os et ws atnaa
< te Cl ermogt up river u tar u msion, of which J. Plerpont Mor i 8l Mu a e powdess to balld, leae ad rent pkla boures for the member1 ^gd I5taestm be enaggi t
ebay. That U r It wl i chairman nr tn bae ata box, ve boxes for the piki of fruit, eaao to p-rarme all a number tites thln aom; md da o
we let tablet for soea of tmb G natal doolnhi Dotn'th eept eomethinrlteea"juht a materiUalnthb.tm.ybeoeeryorieobniet *silemmber of amid nrectsm bed"Sa-
=M ot Iot l yre-t nPblchalirman, has arranged an ,i but be breto het e w rpth'. hver for the p-rpose of ekiBeerh orelNApa, tacitruas odt sM r "theriginl-a,
Sd t t s adn exhibition of painting l that e saied to oetpod ola. fruit, or other FLorid rowu ptrdaet bfor ofd irseda tiTIt eteD omf
starM a oute ofmiumtalone al h b without paraloe of its kind. market. cAoito euy, eas a ent, citrro oruit ad iaime md fth tmwery wtea ay
NehteokY aich olkas ma bte etthe.. indeed MI nad other ktads nd vasett of fruie te teo~w npoa dm


the to b est tlson the Ha ve A many as thlrto Remlbrandte will i as a o ial ndmestion for yerw. ay prod tye, wh e b may ne t a wr o disas to mi
tbe d0 n tote ru t o view through the courtesy of Nost. aet d wht I d at dotrgeed me or controlled by members of thit Aimoenillso fe ie t exemi.

"qer the 'attue of the water front y at -eb- Walker, Sanbory, Ohio. iueorpentioo or o.meitsion, similar as tl te ead qaad ar:
"mkii euch A precram potable. At- A ation otisc for t.e adv aeemBMn, Fl_
hae beom arranged, the Half Moon C A ST I U K I A MII to th members of thei ueb J.C. 7 sir Mias. FloriSd
iad the Cleenrot wllu be toured over isohito q, fertUilier, and f emiating andb pmyian im- P. Wy obtm Mims b lis.
sd a aap aer apomdem*, whteh wll []for Ts Dlad (i halthemenm rand mamdrialsb es may be to bt
0 WWAMCfOr ontheinavalo.st.l..ofremarkehsarrndatruthe Board of Direvto w of this Ao rit onf d olbeelst'



Is rt o to Albany eI tIhensT oiivror to timo bf thki lor renag cit to DIa o is VbebMt t be=

AfMthar apecal feature will be the AmrcrM tseumeo or the ff Nlau o r p ts in f haietldsedpwweh
N11Jo 'arand allther kinds a eond vaete e ereo frui meemersf 1111 rt








tre parade In the city of New .on i to1utcut of oiwtsd of cthr bbociation. Alo to b sy and amcoSues t msa or
Terk on epto 28, participated in by t cp rtt fter exhibit i kfli cut the r e ofn aythin, therat is remuratio, Atoa be dtom .
V people of all 9ttlonalthes. The prote, Ha. conideed by the Beard of Director-s uefulr, s mi DrSs 1 maO AhS o e
mo Will be compose of and Eraing th Chano. stor o tahedtru oS hereffor tervie to h er, or ia to
_n_ tableax w repre.t.no the prfti. At of its members o fruit anrod produe packing hsdlinL mkes sipp and
hpal eernto. n the haltory of the abMo. The i antomlime in a provnl growe Aso the rie to ow, otrt for, ell of d l prode. d
a the Dutch the En the town has fallen very fat, and the aned opened all necery apleace tht the smtawb hae dm ikets
eo aou Tary ad ta Ameran w i manager is extremely os not to aerdof Di aeriss, as ay tiroumay b think
othr speialefaturewiletthe axnot eem. aryorcn&n fo r the fertiosation ofres hallthed fnsnies aS



od of ar history, which will be not e lose an opportunity of ninfuing en- fields, the fumigating and spraying of tree
Oly artistic. but ntxtlitr pang ery into his cast tnd plants or theextinction of insect pFi It pa hereby mutually aaresI aio1l
Os tA ay easthirtyen of Sept. 28 WUWll"H od d on the laadp belonging to the memberA ofdthe noderhtood. by Id othWwen u vhe potn
y to pearen l ofgth.e rill o bewh .t Comedian-I can't go on for a A.bcisAtion. and to cha lse therefore, bad col. becasnn members of this A iSttor. and
e oet. 2tpary i cises in minute, sir I feel funny lect, such reasonable mte for aid t rice. frurtherwtore, fully underatoid ad mr,-. by
the Metropolitan Opera Home andTthe man rd rs mayd be estblished by the Board of Direc. all persons who oay heraftr becsmk-- oes
Brook Academy of r usic. at wpb anaer-Funny Great Scott, ors from time to time for there uo above hber of thos Ahmoction.o thait ne of thee par
SAcay ofMe.atef man- Go on at once and make the lntiond. And naid Aeocition shall be poSm sad object ofthat Asut'aMtn i, ta bring
a setens of thie nature throughout the moet of it while it lasts.-London emdoemied tonf it gase inbrokeragen fac aea carrydintl o ut. .atsym, a.umeal

HH HH H city lan general will open about a week Mail. boxes, paper, nails, and other packig mater produce growes of the State of Fl.rida. isv
ahead of the actual celebration, the ial: to engage in and conduct doraynr theD picking, packing, handliug. ship .and
1btrlnsr. frwrdring and Bhiiniug bulmei marketing, of al citru fruit, amd other i rx-
opening date at the Metropolitan Mu NOTICE to puh e hold le oro aegni n d Inc owned, and routrollfd hy the m -,L .
hart n ieam of Art beie tgerator ar wagon dray- of this lld kindred Assciatio in t he ti atte
abitpr eonr wul remar open a. somhe eIxn. Noic iws HnYa GIVE That four (4) trucks. boatet voeels, and other vehicles, aad of Florida; and to that end that thi Alhita-
u"gato three or four montba weeks from date hereof the undersigned will the neceary motive powerand equipment for tion is esated ad organid in cst
apply to the Honorable Albert W. Gilchrist, the same, and to engage in the transportation with and bnder the Flofrda Citrus Exraana
oOl urhimsetodr ywhdin t alwek te d gGove tnr oftkhe tate oof fr in g e-a ortuep odf i f or th e fowmatorial anad wil t l tieoe with a
speci a te we te y o d or n. to of la the fumigating anhd sprayingoftr mid Florida situ Exche.





Si lon contest from New York to Al. Patet incorporating them their eiates trolled by it but not as common carrier. part of the ytem ofexchalae which ., u,

ibeI banyd-also a erie of airshipfiihts ad .ccessor. into a body politic and corpoT- Andtodispoeof the .me at will. Toborrow make ap. control, in op rate sa.d Flor,,
Onhey evenio gto wl lo nte under he ofthe Indian RiverCitrues and land money iy or uhn mortgage on real udrstd byan etw n htherr






Sy Wilbur Wrightf who has signed a Grower' A aton. under the follo wing esate orotherwise, and e olly tr o transact located in the City of Tamp and tate ir.
Contract with the Hudson-Pulton com- Charter and Articles of Incorporation, the carry on, and perform alloi.. ,,he.r business iea Andtht fullyudrsto aud other. by
The Mtpoltn O,,pertatHuedanbtthe











nsaan-Funny!sGreatb.c operations, as are germB n or d oident tord the De all per onht e ret s
wllbecadposedofMusatsa anwi torerrVntoritim of which will be on ette in the ofhuce sbe sbvheb o rthi A catiohe thr
to that cannot fall to give an added of the Honorable H.Clay Crawford, Secretary sue a ioes Florida i'itrut ExhAne.






ntel os f toh t ur fe tgtlvitle u Glte m of the State of Florida, in the City of Talla- orRTIt n a r .drTiCLte xaio
city InsIeneralbwill open aboutba-week pantomian moanyInalon svellingbsiners, tho ipurchase Atr to n frgrowefhatl











Signe a contract wit te during all time of the publication of a ter, t aulr ,r e wer a in s That thernames d la f rei
soh a l eetheis notice.ior eg .t Egse in andconduc ut a ratat the piyckting, pac.king handi. brprta.n an
ft bn S.. Dated this 10th day of September. 1909. growc r, within the territory oext adjacent t, to thwed Articles of incorollratin a A--..
Oct. 2 bas beem aet apart as a gen' the hl.hl.thf:irtern of thii AAtoiation may bo. intion. are as follow.:
hral aornlval day for New York City. Arteleel of laeoportiUon of the Indian c,,n : men.twrh oftlhis Angoiation: hut thi l Ndame l:,..l.-n .
n. I n all the cities along the Hudson car- dver tra Growrs' Aocation Assri:ti, will not at a.ny otie r teive int. re a ,

nlval exercia e have been arranged K NOW ALL M EN BY TH ESE PRESENTS: s 'i wh ^ r i r p 1^ I J dKy- r. Miss F'h,: ,,
Oo'm aiyd..u. th ewith an especial view to the prticlpa- That we, the underigned citr fruit grow. locatm nt.arer et such other kindrble Aeso,- P. W. Roberth. tlisda FC.u r t.f
t TATL tton of the children, and on the 8tony er of the State of Florida, at leat three of aciati n tha c they are to this A ndcotla-in. And each of llid memslr-o t thi. i .m1"-
ast so5tWa arW. saw ot-- W. Point battlefield that day the Daugh- whom are residents and citizens of the State other cesi tab wnel Ao.utoh. mid ordrattrus cdh. t. ..
caatM Oer MAXoalitnanh ItlhnAa H ex naiv. teru of the Revolution will auvell their adljan eelibed eyhis amo herato. ho.s ih ant. ato.
BOriginal of photo in poMOuitin of tiroor memorial arch. The unveiling of the ARTIiLE t Trea.uryl of thief h.nordo.,ti u.., it.
Guarae and Trust Co.. Nr York i enry Hudson statue at apubte DyH fv N.it .. tCeilaC S Artic lrahrll y"stred othenf itr a Mr


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Guam e sast* eaOer suma
tos. It has bee trly aild ft hi that
e wood be a phmom" It he could
eMl bit the balL Be addremes the
white pelet beautlfull. s wlga grace
fully and teas up the ed. Wbe be
does swat the ball t goes ome, and
beads are as attractive to him a
putting green.
Cbarley is not exactly a golf enth-
,ast. but he knows the game as well
a a caddy, whieh b the bhght of
howledge and b enjoys a day with
h father on the gresm as much as
dos any of the prsldent'a other cro-

A young man who s having a to-
tally difrent ktnd of time thisL sm-
Omr from the Tat boys is W. Averell
Harrlman, son of the railroad magnate.
Although given a chance to spend the
summer abroad, be decked to learn
.h railroad business from the ground
up and is making his start in the di-
rection of a railway maguate's com-
manding position by carrying the
ealn In a surveying gang on the Ore-
goo Short Une In Idabho.
George Dixon, son of Dr. George A
Dixon of New York. one of Harri-
man's family physicJans. st a scboo


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mentioand. And mid Assonation 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 buines;
to purchase, hold. lese, or otherwise acquire
freight and refrigerator car, wagons, drays.
trck, boats, vessels, and other vehicles, and
the necIsary motive power and equipment for
the mse, and to engage ia the transportation
ba-nes of all such produce material and
other commodities as may be owned or con-
trolled by it, but not as a common carrier.
And to dispose of the ame at will. To borrow
sad loan money by or pon mortgage on real
estateor otherwise, and generally to transact,
carry on, and perform al such other busiaem
operations, a are mermain or incident to the


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sih wi--a-rn e at -de BMeW B ari

etfwLotatiefueLda, ithe ayto lf uana-
aass ebbast ausbei or the curMatT el -
bMsS duin al tim s of thi oblieati of

, alted thts b t day of At gnAt ae.s
aend f Or Isw peIr 0se aoe cewitm

KNOW ALL MEN BY THam PiUaNT;
That we, th undemstgned der ntfrut sow-
M orf tate of lorida, at leskthree of
whim are rwsidMies ad edans of theS ate
eo FNterId. have this day volataru*lyaO"at-
d enserlves eGiher feo tphe rpose f torm-
t B* t eltal orpoamdtio aad -msoi-
mude r oI laws tof tas ta of Florida
pnvidl for the lm.p.atb.a of horticul-
teal ad agricaltual aon--prot m*odrtio
ad W atlo, la aisordanoe.with this
dhartr, ad hw ereby do these
Lr iaw-s lurpatio. waich Wlls become
tedthm teref S id orporatIoN, upon the i-
smS ofd me pate t. according to law, and
we do hmr ceartify.
ARTICLZ I
That the aom or aid oration is the
Oosateay trus Grwe' Asociation.
AzrCLa u
That this a nation Is or4aai ad under
to laws ofeths te as a Htileaal am*-
blaMim and ttled to all the right sad
pivilee coferned by the laws of this State
o similar corperstIo4 and the votin power
d all other rhts and privilee of each of
t m bemb of s Amedlstion holding a
oesdlease of memb hip in the same, shall
be equal.

The there shalbe no mpitl t1 k of maid
as-dsmet, but th me hall be orlaised
as Haerstiula ndlmneded anad rpsr ,
ast hr prdt ad It saOB mt omeay a har
ofek whatever, admihall aet t ay time
dela8 er y r dlvidend, or other prs
ORmy ad oldCorportlm but all
*-ys e-m I to ths rmlto fr s r-
viem re nd, or heris, shall be used by
It ir ny"ag the zpensM a ad otherwise
maeinlng this Asociatieon and an surplus
thmeof remaining in its hands. hallbe ued
m the Boar of Directos of thif Assoation
shall deem to the bet interest of the Amoeia-
td., and laid Assoatio shall mee to each
poer who shall become a member thereofd
a certfiate of membenrip, and shall
receive in return therefor the sum of One
Dollar (1.00) to be inverted Into the Tres-
ury ofsaid corpoclion; bat no person hall at
any time have, own or control more than oem
earticate ofmembeship in said Amsodatioo.
nor shall any person not a grower of citrus
frait become or remain a member ofthis
Assiationn.
ArTICLI IV
SThat theprpoeefor which thisAssoation
is formed r to b y, leas, rnt ell, occupy
and use, hold and dipose of all real and per-
sonal prerty which maybe neessry or
convenient for the conduct of its busine, and
to build, eae and rent packing hose for
the packing of fruit, also to parchase all
material that may be necessary or convenient
for the purpose of packing or preparing citrus
fuit, or other Florida grown products for
market. Also to bil, s agent, citrus fruit
and allother kinds and variety of fruits,
and produce, which may be grown
or controlled b y members of this
Amociation. Also to own stock in any other
incorpolratio or association, simift to this
Asodation, existing for the adncement,
and pretoetln of fruit and produce growers
in tim btate of Florida. Also to purchase and
ell to the members of this Aocsdtion such
fmtilier, and fomiatnlg and spraying im-
pments and materials, as may be thought,
b the Board of Diretosn of this Associatton,
from time to time, by their resolution, to be
neessary or convenient 4or the fertL)iation
of lands, or the faumigting or spraying of
trees and plants which belong to the meum-
ben of th Association. Also to boy and
eatnrat for the purchase of anything, that is
uslideaed by tlfe Board of Directors useful
or necamry, for thq prevention of insect
perts, or for the destruction thereof, for the
beneit 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
mnecery for the fertilization of groves and
fields, the fhmingating and spraying of trees
sad plants or the extinction of insect pests,
on the lands belonging to the members of the
Association, and to charge therefore, and col-
lect, such reasonhle rates for said services.
as y be established by the Board of Diree-
tom rom time to lime for the uses abshove


Residences
Courtenay, Florida.
Courtenay, Florida.
Courtenay, Florida.


ARTICLE XI
That the Directors of this Association shall
have the right and power to charge and collect
from its members, and other fruit, vegetable.
and produce growers, represented or served
by this Amsociation, such compensation and
remuneration, to be paid to sid Association,
as aid 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 produce, and
material, which this Association is herein
authorized to handle and market.
ARTICLE XII
It is hereby mutually agreed and fully
understood, by and between all the persons
becoming members of this Association, and
furthermore, fully understood and agreed, by
all persons who may hereafter become mem-
bers of this Association, that one of the pur-
pose and objects of this Association is to bring
about and carry into effect, a system of mutual
co-operation between the citrus and other
produce growers of the 8tate of Florida. in
the picking, packing, handling, shipping, and
marketing, of all citrus fruit. 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 sid Florida Citrus Exchange, as a
part of the system of exchanges which go to
make up, control, and operate sid Florida
Citrus Exchane whose headquartersare now
located in the City ofTampa and State of Flor.
ida. And that all dtru frit and other pro-
due placed in the hands of this Arsdation.


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That the )p e whee te principal *-m
at mi d Aidem is to Is etleibel is
-r ayr, C-Nty lof eBvr B* *.
lrda. And t annual m-e o of te
members of ts Amsdelm shall convene at
said peeaeto IMToW y inMay e, of each
Diseboshalbe elected and indacted into

AsTjmrim vm
That each and every member of this Aro.
atieo shanl place pack in and handling
of all citrarit and eo er produ as
may be handled by this AEocltoLem and
waow or controlled by him, her or them,
Sthi Association, and that this Assla.
ia shall are fdor the pkii g and hand-
ling of mh fruit ad produce, eueh reason-
abei cmpe-atlan the Board of Director
of this A datio shallU x and determine.
But, any member of this Asnsition. shall
have the right to withdraw his fruit aOd
prdum, or any oe year from mM
..iaton. without a by giving
is writing to mid Amoclton, ote with.
In ten days next before the annual meeting
of this AA nation that he desire s to
withdraw his fruit or other produce from the
ime, but in that event, aid member giving
notice, ~eoes to be a member of mid Asocia-
tidn, and all rights and privileges in said
Assoation, belonging to mid member hall
thereupon ease and determine. Provided,
however, and it is hereby a and folly
understood by all penon joining this Amo-
.aitioe, that any member of the sme with
drawing from this Association, by disposing
of his fruit or produce through any other
source than through this AM-odtio, orf
withholding sme : from this Amociation,
and without giving the notice, as herinfter
provided, shall forfeit to this Associ-ation,
and for liquidated damages to this Associa-
ton, foray sch withdrawal the sm of
ifty eeats per box. for all citrus fruit or other
produce, produced by him during the year of
mid withdrawal, and so withdrawn by him.
It is further hereby understood and agreed
that in ca6 any member of this As-odtion
who bs withdrawn hi fruit or produce from
this Areiationu above decribedafterwards
wises to retrn ad rjoin this Assocation,
and exercise the rights of a member, that he
ay do s by, and with the consent only, of a
ority o the Board of Directors of this
Asoation, sad upon his paying to this
Association all penalties that have been
-sed against hbi, and not previously paid.
ArTICLE IX
That the term for which this Association
shall exist is fifty yrs from and after the
date ofs ts incorporation.
ARTICUl x
That the offers of mid Asociation
who shall tranact its busine shall be
a Board of Diretors, a Presidentiand a Vice-
Pesident. and mid President and Vice-
Presdent, shall also be the President and
Vice-President, respectively, of said Board of
Director, and each of them shall, at the time
of filling mid office, be a member of this
ALodation, and a director in the sme. And
this Asmdeition shall also have a Secretary
and Tresurer, both of which ofces may be
killed by one and the sme person. And the
number of Directors of this Amciation shall
be three, but the aid Aseisation, without
amendment of its charter, may, at any time.
by a two-thirds vote of its Directors, increase
its directory, and may at any time, after se
increasing the same, and by a similar voso
of its director, decrease its directory, as id
Director hall e fit. But at no time shall
the number of mid Directors be increased to
a number greater than nine; and at no time,
shall the number of sid Directors be decreas-
ed to a Ies number, than the original number
of directors herein specified. IThat the names
and residences of the growers who are hereby
appointed by the incorporators of this Asocia-
ion, and who shall act as directors to id
Arociation for the first year of its existence.
and until its other director are legally
elected and qualified, are:


It is guaranteed to relieve you or your money
back. Sold by Banner Drug Store.

He Had No Answer.
Sister (to elderly prodigal, who
is much given to pawning his
things)-What's this ticket on yer
best coat, Sandy?
Sandy-That was the nicht I was
at McPhearson's ball. They tack
yer coat from ye at the door and
gie ye a ticket fort.
Sister-H'm! Aye, I see there's
yin on yer trousers as well.-Lon-
don Punch.


Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remndv is today the best known medicine in


'abhtainog hsand i thealit




"When a bolt ihtfinoi
tabe of adi its polwa dw Wa s
it mly tohd for ati~a da -temo
to turn it ort. "

a bed at sad it % dmmawsw
into the rad forma dh&tsm es tr

y into gla the ik i the as-
teril through which it pauM. T
by its griet heat it fornma losa
tube of precisely its own sise. Now
and then such a tube known as 'al-
gurite' is found and dug uap Fl-
gurites have been followed into the
sand by excavation for nearly thir-
ty feet. They vary in interior di-
ameter from the size ofar quil to
three inches or more, according to
the 'bore' of the flash.
"But fulgurites are not alone pro-
duced in sand. They are found also
in solid rock, though very naturally
of alight depth, and frequently ex-
isting merely as a thin, glassy cost-
ing on the surface. Such fulgarites
occur in astonishing abundance on
the summit of Little Ararat, in
Armenia. The rock is soft and' so
porous that blocks a foot long can
be obtained that are perforated in all
directions by little tubes filled with
bottle green glass formed from the
fused rock. There is a small peci-
men in the National museum which
has the appearance of having been
bored by the teredo and the holes
made by the worm subsequently
filled with glass.
"Some wonderful fulgurite.- were
found by Humboldt on t'e h'*h
Nevada de Toluca, in Mc x o.
Masses of the rock wer, covered
with a thin layer of green g;;in s.
Its peculiar shimmer in the sui iled
Humboldt to ascend the precip t Jas
Speak at the risk of his life."
Herbine
Will overcome indigetiob ad dyspepsis;
rrgulate the bowels and cure liver ad kid-
ny complaints.
It i the heat blood enriebher and inviorator
in the world. It is pureyr vesetal,Ie, perfect-
ly harmless, and dhoald you be a m rer
from disease, you will use it if you are wise.
All druggist.


5im wr1nnm wB smes oratd
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msde hsba se ad um b*n-e
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Name U z mesa
aP. BA.Id i,s [hal] cmurtw, lr.M.
.. IL rS"y,
STATEOF FLORIDA, O r rT or uaavaa
Bss-1 thea- s_'d -ai thote, pe u
l ataed F.. LW. Iame, L. Isa.
Labhe, whbemag by me duly wor,
did, esaeh r hirif dpe, ay amd
ackaowledge, tat he bd his Iame
to the shove Charer of the wea- d
c t-m a Cne Grow Aamata ad
alxed his sal to tshe am. for the ma d
rpa s mentioned In said Chater, and
a order to validate and ascnowloda the
F. W. LIBche,
L.P. Allen.
R. IB.rL he.
Sworn to and ubesoribed before me, this
the 17th day of August 190.
B. N. Awumwna
Notary Public.
My onmmaioa expires on 7th day of Au
1lt1. (Seal)

MUST HAVE A TROUSSEAU.

An English Maiden Who Lost Her Be-
timthed by Waiting.
A few years ago in England I had
a little maid. aged twentv-nini-
years, who had been engaged to kb
married many years. "Are you en-
gaged?" I asked her when she came
to seek the situation I had adver-
tised, for if she was shortly to leave
me to be married I decided that I
would prefer an unengaged maid.
"Yes, madam," she answered re-
spectfully. "I have been engaged
eight years." Somehow I never feel
afraid of any outcome but a weari-
ness to both parties when I hear of
an eight year engagement, so I took
the little maid on. One day I found
her crying over the blacking of my'
walking boots. Inquiring the cause
of her distress, she sobbed:
"Oh, madam, I never can save the
$360, no matter 'ow 'ard I try!"
"What $350 ?" I asked.
"The $350 to get married with!
I've tried eight years to be econom-
ical. I 'ave to 'elp my mother, and
I've only $95 in the postofice sav-
ings bank!"
"And why must you have $350?"'
I asked kindly.
"For clothes and linen, madam,"
she said.
"It is not necessary," I said. "I
can tell you how to buy all you
need for $50, and that will leave
you $45 to lay aside for use after
marriage or on a rainy day."
"No, madam. I 'ope I know
what is proper and becoming in a
bride!" she said, almost freezinglv.
A few months later I found hor
weening again. "'E's broke it
hoff!" she said. "'E wouldn't wait.
'E's going to marry another girl.
and I 'ad five tablecloths ready
'emmed and six pillowcases, all 'em-
stitched."
It was pathetic, but who could
blame the man, now thirtv-five
years old, who had by that time-
waited nearly ten vears for her to
save enough money for her trn----
seau? He could well have pro*:id.,!,
all that was needed for their ?tation
in life, and he wanted a homc--anl.
besides, the little maid at thli't
was looking old and worn wi' ~
much self denial and trouble o\,"r
the savin' of the coveted I.o50.-
Rehoboth Sunday YHerald.

Take care of your stomach. Let Kodol
digest all the food you .at. for that is what
Kodol does. Every tablespoonful of Kodol
dirests 2 1-1 pounds of food. Try it todayv.


The Care of the Eyes.
When one is using the eyes for
close work it is wise to change the
focus at intervals and gaze off at a
distance. If the distant view is of
green mountains and fields it will
be most restful. If the -;r in the
room can nb frequently changed
that will rest the eyes also. One
should never use the eyes for study
or work before breakfast or after
the strength has been reduced by
disease or a nervous strain. A book
should be held about eighteen
inches. from the eves. The light for
work holo'1 wl steady and for an
entire ro.n', li'e'.-cd rather than

The Cause of Many
Sudden Deaths.
There is a dieam prevailing in this
country most dangerous because sodecep-
S| X tive. Manysudden
ROW deaths are caused
by it-heart dis-
ease, pneumonia.
heart failure or
I apopley are often
I the result of kid-
ney disease. I
L k kidney trouble is
T allowed toadvance
\ thekidney-poison-
ed blood will at-
tack the vital organs, causing catarrh of
the bladder, brick-dust or sediment in
the urine, head ache, back ache, lame
back, dizziness, sleeplessness, nervous-
ness, or the kidneys themselves break
down and waste away cell by cell.
Bladder troubles almost always result
from a derangement of the kidneys and
better health in that organ is obtained
quickest by a pror treatment of the kid-
neys. Swmp-Root corrects inability to
hold urine and scalding tain in passing it,
and overcomes that unpleasant necessity
of being compelled to go often through
the day, and to get up many times during
the night. The mild and immediate effect
of Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy
is soon realized. It stands the highest be-
cause of its remarkable health restoring
properties. A trial will convince anyone.
Swamp-Root is pleasant to take and is
sold by all druggists in fifty-cent and
one-dollar size bottles. You may have a
sample bottle and a book that tells all
about it, both sent free by mail. Address,
Dr. Kilmer & Co., Winghsinton, N. Y.
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rITY POINT
rv.. W. H. Creson has completed
a bhmdm boat hose in front of
is cottage.
4 T. A. Robin.na, who has been
mpdbn t summer in Georgia and
TeUnem, has returned, leaving Mrs.
Robi on and son in Nashville.
An ilpeetion of the groves in this
vicinity shows the largest crop since
1894 and is estimated at 30,000 boxes,
of which one half is bright, and al-
most all fine smooth fruit.
Robert Abney, who has been visit-
ing-in Leesburg, returned a few days
ago. His leave had not expired but
he says he found the longing to be
back on old Indian River irresistable.
SThe critical illness of Mrs. Agnes
Hatter Allen has for weeks cast a
feeling of sadness over our commun-
ity,. and her recent change for the
better, which inspires the hope of
8 her recovery, is glad news to all.
On account of a few miserable
"razor backs" many hundred dollars
have been expended during the past
summer for hog fence. Naturally
the sentiment against the hog owners
is active, and the letters of our good
friend, Mr. Hendry, are cordially en-
dorsed by about five-sixths of our
people. We wish we had a few more
just such men as Mr. Hendry.
The plans for the new packing
house have been approved and the
work of construction will be started
at once, and will be under the super-
vision of Contractor A. H. Smith, of-
Rockledge. It is expected every-
thing will be completed by the mid-
dle of November. The new building
will be equipped with the latest and
most approved machinery, and will
be an up-to-date packing house in
every particular, with a capacity of
putting up 300 boxes of fruit a day.
Mr. J. P. Beckwith, vice-president,
was a visitor on Tuesday morning
and met by appointment the com-
mittee having charge of the building
of the Central Packing house, for
the purpose of arranging a lease on
the right-of-way, which Iwas most
satisfactorily done. After conclud-
ing the business, the now vice-presi-
dent was introduced to a number of
our people, who had gathered to pay
their respects, and all were favorably
impressed, and we hope and believe
that a mutual good feeling was cre-
ated that will be a valued factor in
our close business relations.
INDIANOLA
Miss Pauline Jeffords paid Cocoa a
visit Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Drawday. of
Merritt were in town Monday.
Mrs. M. Wallace and son. George.,
were visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. R.
Field Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Fi'ld w:ier call-
ing on Mr. and Mrs. Luca4 Sunday
afternoon at Merritt.
Mrs. R. S. Grant, Mis- Louise Can-
nata and Miss Winniv Dix,,n paid
Cocoa a visit on Saturday.
J. R. Field, Jr., and Geo. Wallace
went down to Fort Pierce Monday


to take in the ball game.
J. R. Miot with a force of hands
went around the Island after a ligh-
ter load of logs for dock for Col. J.
Bird.
Rev. Wm. Stones will preach Sun-
day at Indianola Baptist church at
10:30 a. m., Sept. 12th. All are cor-
dially invited.
Capt. Bart Field has had his en-
gine boxed in, Mr. J. E. Reid doing
the work. The boat is now ready to
convey the school children.


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Notihe .of Application for Tax Deed Under
Sr tiu'u 8t of Chapter 488,, I aws
of Vlorlid
No 'i-- in herby given tlht Jamues F. Mit-
-hrIl. Iur .iaserr of fI';x c'ertilichate No. 33.
l.at lhie .'~l n lay f Ju.Ily. A.I)., 1Iusi. has
lii I :l ,-ii rl titirat. illn my office, anId In is iatlde
ip-lli,'.,tiin fr t:sx ,ihedh, ti'i.p sein acrmidance
with la w. Said c'ertilicat.e 'ml,races the fol-
lo,, iia .clwriilwld Ir,-l ty siti;atedl in Rrevard
(',IIuty. Floridn. t< wit: N A of N. E. I and
4:. A Nn' W 1 sI.-rtimsg l!'I Townatllip 24 South.
IRalu :36 East. Thae .Said landI Itwig aswmsi d
-;t thl cldtc of the il.miir<. of s.m.li certificate
. tile n'mie( of Io.vy Smioh. Unl,.iss si4i er-
tificfatie sill e reI ,.(n- ,d act(,ording to law.
tax fe *Il will iwile rthll-nn Ion the 4th day of
(h .her, A. A. .. INmil.
Witlness ny official sigmitnture and seal this
tile 3rd day of .%ptiemtu. r. A.).. 19019.
A. A. STEWA RT.
Clerk ('rcuit (Court BIrvardt ( Cnty. Florida.
I Circuit Court I
I Seal
Notice of Application for Tax Ieed Under
Selion It of ('haper 485, Laws
of Ylorlda
Notie is hereiy given that Lena Mitc4lhll.
pun rcllawr of Tax certificatee No 361. dated the
Ist dlay of August. A. D., 1904, has filed said
certificate in my office, and has made applica-
tion for tax deed to issue in accordance with
law. raid certificate enhraet s the following
described property situated in Brevard coun-
ty. Florida. to-wit: N. 22; a. of S. E. I of 8.
E., section 29, Township 21 South. Range
35 East. The said land being assessed at the


Very Bad Cog.
PeIrumna Stepped IL


(* UONGIANA
Mr. F di Pine wm out calin
Shi au ihbo l4 st Saturday.
Mr. Pmeht is haing an engine
iniM ald father home to pump the
water supply.
Mrs. A. B. Cartr is visiting her
daughter, Mr. Arthur Sims, at
Tropic this week.
Mises Maggie and Rose Carter at-
t ded the ball game and dance at
Mw Gallie last week.
John Brown is at work on the boat
for Mr. E. V. Hall, who is more
than busy these days.:
E. V. Hall and family also enjoyed
the ball game at Eau Gallie last
Thursday. Misses Eva and Nell re-
mained for the dance.
The mosquitoes are just a little
worse than usual, after our few
weeks of rest. They are usually bad
in September, but October is coming
and we hope quieter times also.
The members of the Young Peo-
ple's Bible Class met at the home of
F. W. Munson last Thursday night
to say good-bye to Ruth and Frank
Allen. They left for Daytona Satur-
day, where they spent Sunday with
relatives, going on to Tennessee next
day.
It Saved His Leg
"All thought I'd lose my leg," writes J. A.
Swenson, Waterton, Wis. "Ten years ofecze-
ma, that 15 doctors could not cure, had at last
laid me up. Then Bucklen's Arnica Salve
cured me sound and well" Iufallahle for
skin eruptions, eczema, salt rheum, boils, fever
sors, burns, scalds, cuts and piles. 2.M at
Banner Drug Store.

Weather Report
By Rev. J. H. White, observer for
United States Weather Bureau, at
Rockledge, Fla.
Summary for Aug. 1909. High-
est temperature on the 19th 95.0;
lowest temperature on the 2nd 71.0;
mean for the month 83.3; rainfall in
inches 9.15; prevailing wind direction
S. E.; number of clear days 18; num-
ber of fair days 10; number of cloudy
days 3; number of days with rain 11;
number of days with thunder 11.
DeWitt's Little Eary Risers, the safe, sure,
e. gentle little pills. The original carbol-
e Witchasel Salve is DeWitt's. The
name is stamped on every box. It is good for
cuts, burns. bruises, sores boils and sunburn
-but it is especially good for piles. Sold by
Banner Drug Store.

The Intellectual Age.
The women of a certain town re-
cently organized a literary club. and
for awhi!e everything was lovely.
"Alice." asked the husband of one
-f the members upon her return
home from one of the meeting,
"what v-as the topic n.nder discus-
sion by the club this afternoon?"
Alice couldn't remember at first.
Finally, however, she exclaimed:
"Oh, yes, I recollect! We di.-
cussed that brazen looking woman
that's just mnov\d in across the
street ani T.1on ~r ll1*v."--Harper's
Weekly.
Hoppity Hop
Ate you just barely getting around by the
aid of crutches or a Rlanc'? Unless you have
hIt a limb or nhave a drformity--jfyour trou-
hiec is rhlunmatim. lumblago, sprain, stiffjoints.
*,r a:ny thiilg of like nature |a|e Ballard's Snow
Linlisent and in no time you canll h as well
:a :nmy.oe. l'rio'.e,5c.50cau: d $1.0oI. All drug-
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DAUGHTER OP MR. J, M. BROWN.
Mrs. J. M. Brown, Dunnegan, Mo.,
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cough which remained after an attack
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"'he would wake up ou of her seep
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".Nothing that we gave her seemed to
do her any good. I then concluded to
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"I at the same time commenced giving
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".She also since her hirth was troubled
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taken Peruna she can eat almost any
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"She is now as well and happy as any
little girl can be. wh'en our friends
iay how well she looks, I tell them
Peruna did it.
"I shall always be a friend of Peruna,
as I consider it the best medkclae for
coughs and ndigestlion we have ever
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KNOW ALL M=B BY TE i PRUENT;
Thiatw the ddim dciteMhfit grow-
M or t stabof b Fiiuaa, a lead tthre of
wMa som r It dIeasam a the taste
St Flori hae this day volmtUMly amelsat.
eS oauselves eegsher rthe purpose otfom-
Ia aaordeafral oeiesMal and -aM ad-
tlader the iew eOfe taetat of Fridma
ptMiitg forth latspo t manrt of hertdeal-
teal amd agricaltral oa-proflt e -rhodaon
Sud r inm a seowdasiace it* th is
Sd charter, and we bhee aot t t1oe
Arail ori which s r hableom
the eaober f alsd coro sio, opos the is-
semu t le -b patme, ae di ag to law, and
we do hereby certify.
ARTICLE I
That the same of mid corporation is the
Thsville-Idisa River Citrus Growers' Ass
dateia.
ARTICLE It
That this as-oaties is oranied under
the laws of thi tato m a Hortaultl amo-
elatkin. and entitled to all the rights and
privileges SferSe by the la of thi State
oa siaUar orpro and the voting power
Mad all other risL sa privilege of each of
the members of this Assoiation. holding a
certifate of membership i the same, hall

ARTICLE III
That thee shall be no capital stock of said
aslmtind bt the ame shallbe organized
as a Horti uralmac itlon and corporation,
Sa forp t, an d it shall not ime ay share
f stok whatever, anshd hall no at any time
rdelare or m y didemd, or other pront
MaMy o g in said corporation, but all
misery coiag into this ation for ser-
icesredred, or otherwise, shall be used by
it for pyg the expense o ad otherwise
MaiaJ mimg this Amsaiation, and any surplus
thereof remaaing in it hands, shall be used
a th Board of retors of this Asociation
shaI deem to the bt ineret of the Aoca-
ties, and said Adcladom shall lane to each
pes- who hall becomea member there.
a wertlcaote of m bershbi sand hall
reeve ia rear theroer the sum of One
Dollar ($.) to be on verted lato the Tream-
a y of a orp stdo; bat no pesoi shall at
any tmle have, ow% or otrol mor than one
certifica of memberkip la aid Amocidation.
norshall any penoa not a grower of etrus
frait become or ema a member of this
Amocias nI i
ARTICLE IV
That te pqrpose for which this Assodation
isa femd are to buy, lease, rentsell, occupy
m d rm, hold and drse of all real and per.
sM Property which may be neceary or
emv*ami t for the eoduct of its busine, and
a bild, lease and rot packing booses for
the making of frut, also to prrehase all
material that may beo meeseary or convenient
for the purpose of pacing or preparing citrus
ftlt, or other Florida grown product for
market. Also tosell, as aent, citrus fruit
ad all other kinds and variety of fruits,
and produce, which may be grown
or controlled b y member of this
Assocation. Also to own stock in any other
incooration or sonciation, similar to this
A odatio, existing for the advancement,
and protecting of fruit and produce growers
inr t Btas of Florida. Also to purse and
seu to the members of this Anociation sch
fsrdtliur, and famiUang and spraying im-
plements and materials, as may be thought,
by the Board of Din tos of this Asocation,
from time to time. b their resolution, to be
meocasry or convenient for the fertilimtion
of lands, or the fumigating or spraying of
trees and plaInts, which belong to the mem-
bers of this Asociatiun. Also to buy and
contract for the purchase of anything, that is
cousidesed by the Board of Director useful
or neesirty, for the prevention of insect
pets, or for the destruction thereof, for the
benefit of its members as fruit and produce
growers. Also the right to own, contract for,
and operate all necersry appliance that the
Board of Direct.s, at any time. may think
necessary for the fertiiiation of groves and
wields, the fulmigating and spraying of trees
and plant or the extinction of insect pests,
on the 1ands belonging to the members of the
AModation, and to charge therefore, end col-
let, soch reasonable rates for aid services
Smay be established by the Board of l)irec-
tor from time to time, for the uses above
mentioned. And said Atoeation hall be
empowered to engage in a brokerage factor
ad commiion selling business, to purchase
boxes, paper, nails, and other packing mater
ial; to engage in and conduct a dayae,
transfer, forwarding and shipping business;
to purchase, hold, lease, or otherwiA acquire
freight and refrigerator ars, wagons, dray,
truck boat vessel, ad other vehicle. and
the nel- ry motive power and equipment for
the same, and to eag in the transportation
bInes of all sch produce, material and
otbher c-modites- as may be owned or con-
trolled by it bat not a common carrier.
And to dispse of the same at will. To borrow
aid loan money by or upon mortgage on real
teor otherwise, and generally to transact,


ecrry on, ad perform all uch other business
operation, are germain or incident to the
purpose above mentioned.
AITICLE V
That any person or person, who is, or are
bos fide fruit or produce growers, or who is.
or are bona ide representatives ot fruit or
rowes within the territory next adjacent to
%a headquarters of this Asociation maybe-
ome a member of this Association; but this
Association will not at say time receive into
its membeship members of any kindred
Atainii, whose fruit or produce lands are
la nemarer to eah other kindred Asso-
eiste tha they se to this Asociation
-Ar s --- It Ath Asitaation next


that Ue m VU
w- w re tam pdmipl haube
mmmi (sty .vauduW"of
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audevwr j twhi rsL tlrm md irn lb
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ArTICiL VIU
Ths eah ad every member of th Asso-
tsof al U a des the peking and banding
fra t, ad such other poduee
ma handled by this AstsLatoe, aUd
wrown or oatrolled by him, her or them,
low othis As atno anadthat this A-mod.
tie, shall charge Ir the paekil n and hand-
ling of s ch frkit ad produce, eh reanoo-
ah cmpemto as the Board of Directo
e thi A-ciation shall flx ad determine.
Bet, a member of this A-ucIato., shall
have the right to witbhraw his fuit and
rdue., fr a y one ye t, from aid
Amoa without penalty, by giving
in writing to mid As ton, notice with-
In tea daysnext Ibefore the annual meeting
of thl A-soeiation that he dires so to
withdraw his fruit or other produce from the
smm, but In that event, aid member giving
notice, easse to be a member of said Amocia-
tion, sod all rights and privileges in mid
Assoiation, belonging to aid member shall
thereupon ces and determine. Provided,
howe r, and it is hereby agred aad fully
undontood by all perons joing this Amo-
latiom, that any member of the same with-
drawing from this Asociatlbn, by disposing
of his frutt or produce through any other
more than through this Aseocition, or
withholding same :from this Asociation,
and without giving the notice, as bhereinafter
provided, shall forfeit to this Association, as
and for liquidated damage this Associa-
tion, for such withdrawal the sum of
fifty cents per box, for all citrus fruit or other
produce, produced by him during the year of
aid withdrawal, and so withdrawn by him.
It is further hereby understood and agreed
that in ae any member of this Amsciation
who ha withdrawn his fruit or produce fnm
this location, a above deecribedafterwards
wishes to return and rejoin this Association,
and exercise the rights of a member, that he
may do so by, and with the consent only, of a
majority of the Board of Directors of this
Aociation, and upon his paying to this
Association all penalties that have been
messed against him, and not previously paid.
ARTICLE ZIX
That the term for which this Asociation
shall exit is fifty years from and after the
date of its incorporation.
ARTICLE X
That the officers of mid Asociation
who shall transact its business shall be
a Bard of Directors, a Presidentland a Vice-
President. and aid President and Vice-
President, shall also be the President and
Vice-President, respectively, of mid Board of
Directors, and each of them shall, at the time
of filling mid oice, be a member of this
Ananlaton, and a director in the same. And
this Asoiation shall also have a Secretary
and Treasurer, both of which oSfes may be
filled by one and the same peron. And the
number of Directors of this Aksociation shall
be three, but the aid Asociation, without
amendment of its charter, may, at any time.
by a two-thirds vote of its Directors, increase
its directory, and may at any time, after me
increasing the same, and by a similar vroo
of its director decrease its directory, as maid
Directors shall see fit. But at no time shall
the number of aid Directors be increased to
a number greater than nine; and at no time,
Hall the number of mid Director be decres-
ed to a less number, than the original number
of directors herein specified. IThat the names
and residences of the growers who are hereby
appointed by the incorporators ofthis Asocis-
tion, and who shall act as directors to sid
Association for the first year of its existence.
and until its other directors are legally
elected and qualified, are:


Names
George B. Gardner.
Andrew Froacher,
George M. Bobbins.


Residenccs
LaGrange, Brevard
County, Florida
LaGrange, Brevard
County, Florida
Tituville, Brevard
County, Florida


ARTICLE XI
That the Director of this Association shall
have the right and power to charge and collect
from its members, and other fruit, vegetable,
and produce growers, represented or served
by this Association, sueh compensation and
remuneration, to be paid to mid 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 produce, and
material, which this Association is herein
authorized to handle and market.
ARTICLE XII
It is hereby mutually agreed and fully
understood, by and between all the persons
becoming members of this Association, and
furthermore, fully understood ad and agre, by
all persons who may hereafter become amem-
bers of this association, that one of the pur-
poses and objects of this Association is to bring
about and carry into effect, a system ormutual
oo-oeration between the citrus aud other
produce rowers of the State of Florida, in
the picking. packing, handling, shipping and
marketing, of all citrus fr tit. said other pro-
duce owned, and coutrolledl by the members
of this and kindred Associations in the State
of Florida; and to that end that this Anocia-
tion is created and organized in connection
with and under the Florida Citrus Exchange,
and will at all times U-operate with and
through maid Florida Citrus Exchange, as a

There is more catarrh in this section of the
country than all other diseases put together.
and until the last few years was spoued to
be incurable. For a great many years doctors
pronounced it a local disease, and prescribed
local remedies, and by constantly failing to
cure with local treatment, pronounced it in
curable. Science has proven catarrh to be a
constitutional disease. and therefore requires
constitutionaltreatment. Hall's Ctarrh Cure,
manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo,
Ohio, is the only constitutional cure on the
market. It is taken internally in doses from
10 drop toa teaponful. It acts directly on
the blood and mucous surfaces of the system.
Theyoffer one hundred dollars for any ase


dmM umbefti -mdmivdy d taso am
T~M& tMm the hmb .1 mhh hm
60 mui o thnrIugh m 1
Tot the i mmd wm- o rimeeA .
ts t an wcer y s a
sae, aLrea fo~llow.~ratdrr


Name
Gorg B. Gauder,
Andrew FrPoshr.
Gewse Bobbis,
Fank H. oye,
Henry Orime,


laoia Bnvard


Conty. Florida.

laGMal, Brvalrd
County, Florida.


SAnd each of id member of this promised
Associaton,and ineorporators who has b-
seribed his name hereto has paid into the
Treasury of this corporation, now being
created, the sau of One Dollar, fora member-
ship thereof, which will entitle each of them,
upon the issuance of letters patent to this
Assoiation, to a membership in the same, and
a certifcate of soch membership. upon how-
ever such person signing the by-laws of mid
Asodaton, including the contract for his
or her fruit to aid association as provided ia
mid by-laws.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, Each of said
inorporator and members of this proposed
tio, b hereunto sulscribed is name
and affixed his eal to these Articles of
Igcorporation and Asociation.


Name
George B. Gardner.
Andrew Froscher.
George M. Robbins,
FraakH. Boye,
Henry Carlile,


Residences


Seal

Seal
Seal-


LaGrange, Fla.
LaGrssa Fla.
Titusville, Fla.
Titusville. Fla
LaGrange. Fla


STATE OF FLORIDA, COuwrI or BREVARD
Before the undersigned authority. personal-
ly appeared George B. Gardner, Andrew Froe-
scher, George M. Robbins, Frank H. Boye,
and Henry Carlile, all of Brevard County
Florida. who being by me duly sworn,
did, each for himself depose, may and
acknowledge, that he subscribed his name
to the above proposed Charter of the
Titusville-Indian River Citrus Growers' Aso-
elation, and affixed his seal to the same,
for the ues and purpose mentioned in said
Charter, and in order to validate and acknow-
ledge the same.
(eorge B. (ardner.
Andrew Frosecher,
George M. Robbins,
Frank H. Boye,
Henry Carlile.
Sworn to and subscribed before me. this the
oth day of September, 1909.
PERCY G. WALTON,
Notary Public.
My commission expires on 9th day of July
1912. [Seal]


HOUSEHOLD WORRIES

There s Mot the blighteet W eed for
Some of Them existing in
Tituville
The average mother finds sufficient
annoyance any worry performing
the ordinary duties in the rearing of
a family, but the cares and anxiety
are doubled when there is added to
ordinary conditions that of weakened
kidneys in a juvenile member of the
family. How to cure it should be of
untold value to Titusville mothers.
Read this:
Mrs. John Noble, of Titusville,
Fla., says: "Our little girl suffered
from a kidney weakness for three
years and seemed to have but little
control over the kidney secretions,
especially at night. She doctored
and took several remedies but noth-
ing helped her in the least until we
finally learned of Doan's Kidney
Pills and procured them. The use
of one box completely cured the
child, she is now able to retain the
kidney secretions and is steadily
growing better. We are thankful
indeed, for the benefit she has re-
ceived from Doan's Kidney Pills."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents., ,Foster-Milburn Co.. Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the United
States.
Remember the name-Doan's-
and take no other.


A business coinimuinitatio]
Arabic recently reach ad a
chester firm and when trans
by a Syrian interpreter pirov
contain a request for the pri
coppering "two water sheep" o:
tain given dimensions. The t
lator was confident of his vei
but admitted that he did not
what "water sheep" could be.
the moment even the heads o
firm were puzzled until it s
some one that thL; was the ne
synonvm in the vocabulary of a
toral people for 'hydraulic ram
Manchester Guardian.
Do not be deceived by unscrupulous
tors who would have you believe th
imitation pills are as good as DeWitt's i
and Bladder Pills. There isn't anythi
as good as these wonderful little pills f
relief of backache. weak back, infammma
thl IJa ....._ f.u-.._- ...-a I 1a


Not Get


Dypepsia

Ny r h* iL Kod Dyapepim. I
dhcbm lya he~phg ?bAw terr lePtevo Imd
But ao't k so meb I dig-tiorm


A a st ay people wh have
ttiedwth tndlemtdo have been
owIy for it-when nerros or
eroao dypepela reslted. and
they have.not been able to cure It
Use Rdoal and provost having

veryon e In object to todise-
I. Stomach deranamet follows
stomach abuse. Just a naturally
and Just a surely as a sound and
healthy stomach results upoo the
taknal t KodoL
When you experlease monrness
oe stomach, belchneb of as and
saesean fluid, bloated sensation,
gnawing pain In the pit of the
stomach, heart burn (M-called).
diarrhoea, beadahes, dullness or
chronic tired feeling-you need Ko-
dot And then the quicker you take
Kodol-the better. Eat what you
want, let Kodol digest it.
Ordinary peprin "dyspepai tab-
let," physics, etc., are not likely
to be of much benefit to you, In
digestive ailments. Pepsin is only


a artia dl ig0alM- d h s ml
a t digesters at all
Kodol Is a perfect digster. W
you CoulMd ee Kodoldlgstnwmy
particle of food, of all U-d, ta the
glass tea-tab la n our rl raoM-k
you would kow this Ju t -
as we do.
Nature and Kodol wil alwarj
cure a deck tomach-bat In o
to be cured, the stomach m t retL
That Is what Kodol do-e-rst the
stomach, while the stomma
welL Jut Ua ample A. B,
Our Gummmt..
oe to 0 en drag st r ag gt ad
l bttke. Tbi f e aver av d ioe
vatur eomtas of toh W Itle o y e
hboaany say, sha It has ut de y e
oa, rars t he t to the draug it
be will refund ur 0ossy without a
tim or delay. W l ta ay p ay e
titer thk botde. Doan haiteas.
Thios ow appUs to the r Wttt-le
aad to but m Ia tamly. b laat5
tue ea1--'AlUmse t sas mnh as amu
ment boLai
Kodol Is prepared at the labor
tories of C. DeWtt & Co., Checa


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You might just as well put all your
money, be it much or little, in a good
bank-like-
The First National Bank
of St. Augustine
where it
will be perfectly safe and you can
get it any time you want it.


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ALL DRUOGISTR


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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. Johns
Bar can unload at our dock, so whether we buy at home
or abroad we secure the lowest freight rates, and deliv-
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Our factory is equipped throughout with labor-sav-
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Our trade is so immense that the office expenses are
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SS, the spaee which Be failed t
ties sandwich i marked "loae.
|ea may ask how the di
Ih maa grthea rn throw
J what he wwats. itmplest thin
tin world. The man is con
St The table is crowded
dIats a jostling and reach
frte b~~o er to play. The
oatt dealer grabs up the
a dks them. hurriedly, announce
amber that he wants to anno
ra a mweeps them back into the
Sthe greenhorn kicks a boo
-' remb over next time the dice
\ ouated a,, "My play,"
imres them up. The player n
S~bos what bh has thrown. I d
Ssed to say that "23," as sl
e o from this game. The ci
Sed it for yea before it was
eard on Broadway. Satu
Bvening Post.
Reminders.
Many are the methods to w
busy men resort in order to rei
Them to write that letter, to
Sthae ribbons, to keep that app
Siat with Jackson. One ti
pleae of tape around his wal
atis, a second knots his hand
t ehief, a third puts his loosecas
an unaccustomed pocket.
A ver successful plan is tha
a shred man of business. A li
doe of ppper or snuff spread
hisa aadkrchief greets his o
tory neres whenever he extra
from his pocket And then he
claims, That reminds me"-
Another effective method i
place your fnger rings on your
ring. By this means you are
only reminded of that "someth
by the absence pf your rings j
your finger, but every time you
your keys the fact is forced
your attention.-London Mail.
Seth Wanted Site.
A sportsman went out fishing
a highland loch, his companion
ing the estate keeper, Sandy
Kay. The gentleman proved ra
unsuccessful with his rod, and e
persevering for a couple of hour
said:
"I think we may as well go h
now, Sandy. The trout won't
Wen they went ashore
sportman offered the keeper I
sherry, which that functionary
dined.
"Ive got no whisky," said
gentleman. "What is your ol


tion to a drop of sherry?'
"Weel," replied Sandy, "ii
maun ken, it's the same obje<
as ye hae tae the troot the day
winna bite."-Dundee Courier.

The use of the fez is not
? trolled by religious faith, for
worn.by all classes in the Tui
empire and even beyond its li
It is aid to derive its name f
the African city of Fe. In the
vantdS t is more commonly kn
Sundet the modern desigsatiol
tarph. While the fe us now
tin*ciely Tiuki or. umnl
its M 6ai Wmanma sm


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De- A Trying Position. or cleanliness of the scalp. but the TAKE NO SUBSTITUT. the firs esseqt- of a Simpl Le-
Mc- Mrs. Oldwoman was seriously ill thickness or thinness of this fatty T A uE Of PEACt AlIf SATISWA@1T
either and found herself in a trying posi- laver which underlies it. c o t A
after tion. This is how she described her "So long as this is present and No one can now tho prvou dsytemh o
She trouble to a friend: the scalp is freely movable over the < kept in a state of tenaion by Constip-
"You see. my daughter, Harriet. skull there is hope of restoring a tion, Indigestion, Dypepsia, Biliousneo
lome married one of those homvnath doc- reasonable growth of hair, hut when and other disease due to inaction o the
bite tors and my daughter Kate an ally- this hn< been absorbed and the o Nbfy Ther. Simple Way to seek the Simple
path. If I call the homypath my shiny scalp sticks as closely to the i ITutno Life i ek te remedy forthe ico-
the allypath son-in-law and his wife will s kull as the cover on a baseball the ': ,'to a. --itinS W iditons This remedy has been Sound so
some gt mad, an' if I call my allypath outlook is practically hopeless." ar. ve ameea. a yw e our great product-
de- -tn yohh. Wm.9elme expn.&. sw F Ur
son--la then m hompath son- - .;-iandr empntheriMat o o
in-law and his wife will get mad. an What Ailed Tommie. ,: -' nll m J oH
the if I go ahead and get well without Tommie was eating walnuts. 1i- .1., f "on eqaua IAd
bje- either of 'em then they'll both get mother cautioned hi about eating L veP Rulat
mad. So I don't see but I've got to many, fearing they would ma!e his (m .
S die outright."-London Answers. sick. Presently he came in, his (bt.)
hand on his stomach and a very di-- xx 111 t I- 1 1 2__0 io :4
y-it Disraeli a hand On his stomach and a very dif- I i It has made life brighter and happiness
Disraeli was a past master of the tressed look in his face. .I d PU
flattery, buthis stressed look in hs face. and peace possible when all was daft
art of flattery, but his audacity car- "Those nuts have made you sick, and ditressed It reaches the centers o4
ried him out of danger. Soon after I see. I just knew they would," said il3 life and purifies them. It encourages the
con- his elevation to the house of lords the mother. iv, stomach and bowels to a f r ad
it i he was asked by a brother peer how "They haven't, either," whined Tt onit*ThiEE p moyto r e pcti vi.
rkish he felt in his new surroundings. To ie. "I am not sick. It's just I of He ph, laompl Li
Tommie. am not sics. Its just tdR any atte s h
mts. "Oh don't ask me," he groaned; my pants are too tight."-Delinea- e fNny prHnt atce t bis fact who ha
from "dead and buried." to e oalcs e a truth by actual a pnacev
SLe- Then, remembering that his ques-
owD tioner was of the company which he The Lud Glow of Doom t. Joseph' Liquid Liver leo r
n of Wseen in the red face, hands and body of nd ttoEDY the
of was condemning, he added, "and in title m of H. M. Adams. of Henrietta, ma
dil- the res of theo Msedl--Wet- P.His awful plight from eczema had, for THE CHILDREN'S FAVORITE TONIC. I St. jo u a .
db{s I rmsro ettebe. ars defied all remedies and bafiied the dO h L vqpXr Uo or
ate I beat doctors, who mid the poisona blood had w *uI orAAAs. d o p ut Up a Ik .
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S at te have a oum n way sad the scalp Wlu thathe he .ad throughout 0e diwwr
*:; bw1, epo 4ffet f a me ly take cs of stelf Wash theof placing w his little remark. Ca-
i yptiou &eir tales to hair as often a may be needed for telar, wi his nose still in the fin-
strikfa gm their gae, whiUe acs, which, as a role, for men ger bowl, stared at him with undie-
the l n r of a a p- will be once a week and for women rsed tonishment. .Jut before
- plied with pget odors or ecre- about halfas often. they rose from the table he turned
_ tis that are equally potent as a Avoid using too strong soaps, to a friend and asked: T
tu- defense. In certain groups we find s trn alkalies, such as ammnila "That M. Delpeheb-is he a law-
I memou horns and tks that are and soda, and too hot water,, as all yer.' "
intended entirely for purposes of of these take out too much of the "of," was the reply. "Why do
the protection. In some cases they are natural lubricant or oil of the hair you ask.?" o
ol upon the top of the head, as in and leave it dry and harsh. As a "Because he is such a terrible
cow n or oxen. Again, a s in the ele- rle it is well to dry clean the ealp chatterbox," said Castelar.
a" p t or some cetaceans, they are as much as possible, and it is sur-
etter hiy developed teeth. prising how clean the hair and Chitdren Cry
h "Our conuon horned animals scalp can be kept just by thorough FOR FLETCHER'S
deped upon their head an regular brushing and currymg T R
for deense. They are of twoialone. C Ad, S Ta 0,aR IA rmsI,"ht eyaihae s
, tinct kinds and subject to a marvel- The most important detail about L r v. i.. FOR KDN
S os variation in the different fam- th ale n o te r that There are other detructie OMA
pile should be rubbed or brushed until forces in "B nature, and even earth. h i a drgsc eM
row "One group, represented by thehe short f mr tsthoir is done n - hat e r .aosl. T hs, h e
o- common cow, as lled the hollow e or aof men there is no te time of the trem at
. horned ruminant, because the objection to wetting it daily or even Charleston, S. g, several years ago.
ealer weapons are hollow and persistent to or three ti ea d .. desired A resident of the shaken city, while
S-that s, they are never shed ex- The n eavmg It not ftl? he felt that his duties required him
Sept in one inmatance-the prong- that the atuh ol of a -to remain th re to do what he
ated horned antelope. taer when mzxed wsth water rapi- might for- the suffereres, sent his-a '
with "Another great group, represent opposes or rents six-year-old son out of the danger
e b the dee have olid horns This condition both irritates the ion to the youn gte
, .,i that are cast at~certain times andsp and ur.shes a fine culture godfather in New York. Three Prlost a IonI
dice, grow again very rapidly. medium for germs, which thereupon ys after the boy's arrival the
the, "When a stag loses its horns it promptly sweep in and give rise to Charleston man received this tele- "I suffered so with Nervou
une retires to the dense woods, away the commonest form of dandruff. gram fro his father "end s rostration that I thought there
ox. rom ts kind, and remains secluded Particularly ojectionable is te our earthquake and take back your was no use trying to get well.
ester until it is armed again. The growth abitof wti or licking the hair hy'was ti to getwell.
Share of the new horn is very rapid. in order to comb it and avoiding friend recommended Dr. Miles'
and "In the rhinoceros we find a cu- the use othehe brush altogether. Man's Contrin. Nervine, and although skeptical
wever ious arrangement, the horns in The intelligently used brush is the One of the most curious traits of at first I soon found myself re-
on't some being easily moved, seeming- best known hair tonic, but when that most curious creature, man, is
ng, ly only held by the skin. They the vigor of the hair is beginning to the fact that the very things he covering, and am to-day well."
rcus form terrible weapons, however, fail even this may be carried to an most admires in a sweetheart he R
ever though totally different in their extreme and become injurious. tndemns or ignores in a wife. Be- 58oo Broadway, leveland, .
rday construction from the ivory tusks While it i well to keep the scalp fore they were married when she Much sickness is of nervous
of the elephant, with which they dry and well ventilated and exposed coquettishly stuck a flower in her origin. It's the nerves that
are often matched, being formed of to both light and air, there does not pretty curls he went into rhapsodies make the heart force the blood
hairy, fiberlike matter. Some spe- appear to be any valid ground for of romantic fervor. After the through the veins, the lungs
hih cies have a single horn, while other the belief that going bareheaded, honeymoon when she trie t a take in oxygen, the stomach di-
mind have two." particularly in the sun, in any way little Cupid's trick le nio.t like!' s th sc bi-
buy promotes the vigor of the hair. does not even sec that s.ie hm ges t food, the liver secrete bile
oin. An Hen Lawyr. Dr. Woods Hutchinson says in adorned herself with a floral wreath and the kidneys flter the blood
M a An old lawyer named John the Cosmopolitan that "so far as to win a comment or a kiss.- If any of these organs are weak.
king Strange, who had earned the good we know anything about the inten- Annesle- Konc::is in Wr"an's Life. it is the fault of the nerve-
Iker- will of his community by probity tions of nature it was never meant -- .- through which they get their
h in and fair dealing, felt that he should that the human head should be ex- A FACT strength. Dr. Miles' Nervine is
make some provision for death and posed to the direct rays of the sun. ABOUT THE "BLUES" a specific for the nerves. It
at of conferred with his wife on the sub- Experts are unanimous in declaring soothes the irritation and assists
beral ject. that excessive exposure of already What know, as tim **Blues" in the generation of nerve force.
over "Mary," he said, "I want to die thinning hair to the direct rays of ise ldomoccatsiom byactual exist Therefore you can hardly rnmi
dfac- before you do, and I want you to the sun will actually accelerate the lag extecomli m, but l the it if you take Dr. Mile. Nervine
cts it see that the funeral is plain and process. great maority of case by dis when sick. Get a bottle from
Sex- without fuss or frills. When I'm "I have seen a great many bald your druggistU Take it all ac-
buried put a simple stone over the heads exposed to the no hat cure," T IS A FACT cour druggist. Takeions if itl a-
Sto grave, with this inscription: 'Here he said, "but I have not seen any w mayda dohe cording to directions, and if iturn
key Lies Buried an Honest Lawyer crop exept blister, except blisters, produced tebytrylgcno benefit h will return
not The good woman protested that thereon. 1 yo., m|y.
ing" such an inscription would be incom- "The bulbs of the roots of the
from plete without the name. hair go down completely through. -
use "Just make it what I tell you," the skin and into the fatty layer
upon said the old man. "Those who see which lies between it and the skull. 1fo f | f Ain le LIfg
it will supply the name. When peo- and the thing that to the expert ey, Theycontrolaadregulatethe IVER. a
pie look at that inscription they'll is really significant of the prospect Theybriemgopeaudbouyaacytothe Ihastor i basis PERFECT HEALTH.
n say, That's Strange.' as to progress or cure in a art- mi a partic- lad. They bria health ad elastic The clear brain, the healthy tomach, the
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Otebo him enently quale to I such a'
'-- -ert s_-e not tn tyet thirty-
Mb be" homea kin"ad m sauegh h ha ti ed
avhs et bes kOSu ** w ve prmeme t pran autho belson,
S t motary matters and notal economy
a t t t year a the ettle ede of o
a=-,-i Inenaaeat cademIs was cof erred o him'by
*m t l lL m~0 0irtl wt er a Fr eOr et. eThs Is re
lme. Ohas Kad Is eoOnectio with Suded *4 a Ty hig hem o to FranDe



ota at t ntouirma 2 t0e int t o -.
t a4r9l!patkp, 1when the,. inter

ie, and the aipet oi t an ar e
ntlo omm r etmlte d in o ettiw g
Sor~at oewa It pb m matters
SPromisa@t wuIren the affair are
the PeWtraala ette tcostabulary,
SId the troopeo have had their wo t
at out of them o the prevent tro
sMlltary Mlth organiod mince March
e 190 l the orke t t this body of me
0 dot iriseally krwh. If powers
*erer a rraad to ot by the wtate ok at
eI and It tlrely Ise of his written
$a police froeso at the cities. The


bro sv sreasts and ipaty ae on ach.










f aets related to pnance.
Tght t od tn of them thavehe t
lbrtary service In fnreln ad I F 1 and
host of them were nocommissloned *.
ao pers before they reft the arm.











Prlacetooa trersty t,, 1804 and then
leow subcsad n 190 e partIceely on bdhe
cts rThey resemble the elated to ice.
The mew director of the mint war
born In Laporte, Ind., Feb. 1Z 18M3.
He pconemed for college at the Law-
rengoville school. He graduated from




Princetpolice and the Texa ranerndthe
anayttundied tor a yar aat Harvrd. Two
Uyt.o of stdy n Berlin an d Priy of
allowed, ad in 1900 e received the




tt a d emae Gat o B if D. at Harvard.
In the ams year Pe sor called to
~Ivern economic aad In 19e he became
aMt and tmsle ght beSLW Bu n ta asstant nro e ara. r in that
hey reo emble t ish a morale o dtime he ha condted gnel co e
police and the Texas trangerstow In eonomic for classes that number-








tqea ot eedmandstr elith, the has written many pamphlets dealing
than anythingom although te organ- ed with that ande and has also conducted











Greame. state superintendent, reemit- eminently quallfed to direct the at.
ed oanseld and equipped como the theory and h






tabulary.
The four troop are dltributed over Don't let the by sfer from eema rs
nthe otate Iro as t corer ay bet the oany itching o the ky and history ome







can the hundred odd coal and iron gives intent relief, cams quickly. Perfectly
S It is not to be wondered that feBri for ehibdren. Alomrl drggissllit
thve duty s attr actag te best nod- The Playe For News.







commleesoned omleers from the regu- "What is the latest news?"
lar army. The work is more exciting. "I don't know." answered Miss Cay.-
te men have a o e for more na-dir to t money.
give a good account of himself In a tary commision, Harvard having








trou and are paid quite handsomely. A "But I thought I saw you reading
private of otablare they receives nt20 a the paper ."
year, ho not e, bliform and a lhoue to h Yes. but I haven't yet been with the
lve In. The rc r ets le that's te reaahe hotel plaza.i"--tlns -








a year ac d hid food c clothes and cse. td tar
a year and his food, clothes and care. ton Str.


But the agm account at a constabu-
Sonstipation causes hesdarhe, nau.ea. diz-
lary barrack s not usually an extrav- ne, languor, heart palpitation. Drastic
agance. It rus about $10 a month per physics gripe, sicken. weaken the Imwels and
man, and as he advances In promotion don't cure. Doan's R-gulets act gently and
his pay tCreases accordingly. A ser-. "cur tnstipation. cents. Ask your
geant receives 1,000 a year. a lieuten- dr- g
ant $1,200 and captain $1,00. Quiller-! ni::1 constantly writing
No married men are accepted In the for the eper;oc '*.
state conttbul-ry. Terms of enlist- Poguni-T!hat .o? I never no-
meat ar for two years unle sooner tied your name as author.
dMcharged for cause. and with the Quiller-Oh. I always write under
lone waiting list at headquarters therite un
troopers hae to lead rather exemplary the nom de plume of "Anonymous."
lUve to bold their positions. When Pogum-That explains it. I re-
Oaptidn Groome began the examina- member now to have read many of
tl'aof mma to enlft a force of 232 th your productions--some of which


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am-ur ito dok tooh.
Mr. Ibtt a ftnrm bever to the
tmr ofh tL state btwen theg eat
lakaned the Poebm and htahv Uved
west of thek si-shlh for more than
thirty year, s a thorough wemer
mon. He crad ated from Haarad In
18 and nteed railway evice ain
I88O s a rod man with a BtrUbcoh

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reoce Scientific scbool of Harvard with
the degree of civil engineer he return-
ed to the service and has been continu-
ously in railway work since that time.:
He was elected president of the North-
ern Paciic in October. 1908 In which
post he has served continually since
that date. Although a resident of St.
Paul. h bis duties keep him on the road
much of the time and In New York on
buainess of his company.
Your complexion a your temper is reader
ed miserable by a disordered liver. By tak-
ing Chamberlain'8 Stomach and Liver Tablets
you can improve both. Sold by all dealers.

Moester Nests.
In Australia are to be found the
largest, heaviest and most peculiar
nests in the world. These are the
nests of the jungle fowl, so called.
and are built in the form of great
mounds, the average measurement
in height being fifteen feet and the
circumference 150 feet. The nests
are erected in secluded, sheltered
spots, and, as in the case of the
small nests of birds, they are skill-
fully interwoven with leaves, grass
and twigs and such other suitable
material as the fowl may be able to
procure. A similar system in the
construction of nests is followed by
the bush turkey, whose home is.
however, more comprehensive in de-
sign. Its shape is pyramidal. It
has been asserted by Australian nat-
uralists that the nets of the bush
turkeys, which live in colonies, are
so large that to move them requires
the "services of six or seven men.-
Chicago Rie'ord-Herald.

Near Death in Big Pond
It was a thrilling experience to Mrs. Ida
Soper to face death. "For years a severe lung
trouble gave me intense uffering." she writes,
"and several times nearly caused my death.
All remedies failed and doctors said m was in-
curable. Then Dr. King's New Discovery
brought quick relief and a cure so permanent
that I have not been troubled in twelve years."
Mrs. Soper lives in Big Pond. Pa. It works
wonders in coughs and colds, sore lung, hem-
orrhages, lagrippe. asthma. croup, whooping
cough and all bronchial affections. 5 e and
$1.0o. Trial bottle free. Guaranteed by
Banner Drug Store.
Very Different.
"How dare you!" exclaims the
angry composer to his critic. "How
dare you, sir, characterize my music
as you have ?"
"I don't understand you," de-
murs the critic.
"You said that my rhapsody im-
promptu was a bum tune!"
"Bum tune! Oh, my good friend,
I said no such thing! I said it was
a vagrant melody."--Judge.


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vicesaederd, or otherwise, shall be used by of his fruit or roducthib any a certificate of such membership. upon how-
it forpai theexpense of. and otherwise i tu through thi u. .ition or ever such person signing the hy-laws t l.., i
maiani this Asociation.and any surplus source tha through. this A ciati, Asociatiou. including the coutn.wt hor lhis
thereofaeaining n its hands shall be iued witholiu same :nfr this As.oiation, or her fruit to said associationn as provile.l ini
as the Brd of Directors of this A ti and without giving the notice, as hereinafter id b-laws.
shall denem to the beat interest of the Aocia- provided, shall forfeit to this Asscwiation, as
tio .a mid Association shall ue to each ad for liquidated d:tllages tl tlhi. Assoia- IN WITNESS WHEREOFI. ch ,, -li1
pers whoshall beconea member the~. tion. for such withdrawal the suni of iuncorporators and members ,f this prulm l d
pa Wrsti fll bmel msh ember therof.d fty cents per box. for all itrus a truit or tther Assrciation, has hereunto .ulh-rihed hi, u 4l1 o
receive l retr therefore the suim of One ploduce. priducel by him dlnring the year of and atfixed his seal to th.-.. Arti. i I\
Dollar (1.00) to be onveLrted nto the Tres- adi withdrawal. and so withdrawn by him. In orporation and AJsociati,. on
mry of si corporation; but no person shall at is further herey ourder tmKds anl agre ed e
any time ave, own or control more than one tha tin cas any -t.b--r (of this Aucitiou Na me
ery time ofmembe rship in mid moea ts tone who ba withdrawn his frut or produce from W. H: Creson, Seal ityv lio,,t. Fi-.!a.
orSti-a .e. .bersip in mid ASocist-o- this Aso iation. asahovedescribed.iafterwards Win. H.Sharpe. Seal ('itv Point. F ..ridla.
nor sh ny peron not a rower of citn wishes to return and rejoin this Association, (Geo. E. Chester. [Seal] City Pint. Flor:da
,and exercise the rights of a member, that he
Dont waste your money buying players maydo so by, and with the consent only, of a 8TATE(OF FOI)IA. ('CONTY OF BR;.v 'dL
when~ en set a bottle of chamberlain'ss majority of the Board of Directors of this. .
nim t fr twety-five eats. A piece of Aociation, and upou his paying to this Before the undersigned authority, r al is the biggest value for the money ever offered n a car
ane damp-aed with thiAs liniments supe Association all penalties that have been ly appeared W. H. (reaon. Wm. H. Slrl,
rio to -ay player for lame back. pain in the assemed against him, nd not previously paid. Geo E. ('hstr, lwho being K y l. tluly ., rn,. Practical demonstration of Ford car and full particulars
sided rhei, ad much cheaper. Sold by AITICLt IX did. each for himself, depote ~ a ad as to the new styles and models given at any time by
al deadens. acknowledge, that he suil rttod hi-, uname E. B. WAGER, Titusville, Agent for the Ford Cars.
That the term for which this Aociation to the above prolwsd charter of the
For e p for C h halexl exis fifty years from and after the ityPoint Crus rowers Asiatio and
For SAI CAMP frc C h date of its incorporation. (' y Point Cit roer AssociationA
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b. Iane. a e I_. .. all hrli _rwm dlig ,i mmd Il I
mw ta me lb.eH a taw m frrom o emlr ,poa ._r of saw On eoa. f _n, Sio oe OScausfe
tro. ingm ea wn ight. m port ha sh me te d te .ta In tei i n toraenif l fre a a s teda daowof b i dr o f
._.t r. .iM ta in sl- d- d-- Is -mp 1Ae efrt the day al loimeo.!






fl. ptmwri anaaor, mU m-, skjusmIate -nd DUsa shall Mier di ml rMe shelll
boa. I lI Um8 ~ woire miad my be o Am od torteat- thi nuber of mid Dl u m rb I nhmcad ata & 1 zw
fw a f bt Ie l. aumbthn-. and. isopetd at all "
MAy I Coota .te, oi ter ws, sad emmly to triami. or diredes heerel speer IThat the nsk Iames oo f f
Vil *nmnv tf tkr the at ary Ar l ina a e.d. VIerc b la rintlor.








_..-... is w .... ..i..,t. ii-g- eia A t l ndeetberit _onemnofoturere- h v o etiu Specialties
aMr. taw rence Dr.ie, of--aL t a until e r ether fr i to awre r to f
ent a few days is or elected quaed are:
X w &i a be d ft or prdce rower, Ior who I QOd tatiO M for latrge Or sm .all orders will
St. Paul M. hrch next Sunday gswn the taanidjacapl be given personal tt tin. Mail Orders






bot fmi ni and evetn nt a1 6- raIm ait eoMA i soicited and promptly filled I







Norcm-_ ,s Hun OIv.-- That four (4) located nearer to such other kindred Asset That the Directors of thi A mociation allI-i
rom d a r i w reaton than they ao ore to this Amict on haver the right and power to chare and collect
rmee,. a--W"kin tid b a -- tin abho, in relyo a critDiet fr Zio^M anm Vc Ui at miio








.,without the coast of ythe Arslation neit from le ee., and of thaer frai vege. bble,
overnetr tt the State t ermta, d e.tr nCME a tba Associ ion, such come o taaii







mlamd in_ o ass teli a body oi Ua" i i cp sor e m tdHorp Nothing i shall be construed mid Di re -a F arge -
WOPsatent nt Oa n mi ntir moote reu"-1erati ofm. for -i-t-
te unadr Whe wmll be the Aplit trus s to ltera o e with the bea d mi of eal service to hm- h er, or them o the iins. n drs
COhter ia .ctiocec Ian t i fuit or ohtbMe r -" ss w iOrt ho ll Ae wiofanoy Mbror io the ma y. gduoe. aA I 1 M S
Pimat td the ba ght MA io- Suc mie otha i tomy: Tiat wo -hihr this Asoc iatireo Sn i I O herein lu r








of the Romhle.i. Clay Crawford if who authored to handle a We hndle produce of all kinds. We are agents for Mapes' Fertiliser. We del e0cdively
aecretOry IfI a& pemMann signe










Se tate Florida the ty of Tall for ay p iralr year for placing t ARICL tIg I l in the sove lines of goods n d solicit the trade of all amer. Write s r prices
a dr all tim of the publtion of crop then growing on his or hr land Grain and all roceriesdelvered t your station. EL BADY A D.. Tt
Mrthis ae. IOn the hands of the Afuoon shll Il I is herebt mutally agreed and lly




ted this the 10th day of Sept. 19. or dis e of his land i good ath; then understood, by and between all the persons ... SE. .ger -.
siee sadw thajt event the aid seller ad re- ibe oming members of this Assoation. and D. H. SPELL r. J. esre m
mt a e lae er te tm we released, if th so desm.tr farm e furthermore, fully understood and agreed, by
Sr wus .......... A ---- obia ofhavng fruit or produe grownallpenm whomynereafterbecome mem- -3N Iuotalo fo Ir Ia lr ni ( / i l Il
w-A s-o. r-ktd -o benlof thi Asoiion tt one ofthe pur- ior R DU SO IEa Bl-'
o i ei ttlit w under thra th mority of tohis A social. p s acta of dhs otion i d
em uu . o aturloas et three of AtC lL vu th- ratio, between the citrus and other1ia II Wlr rd nt f A
wfw hW M t in Ce .of the goet T ft th t w tt hee M ) grom theb yatof Flo l i Fancy andP Toilet Arotics, Perumery, S tationery
ad r o itarltly l e. -of mid- -y__o-- Ithenlesns basis@nrhendl&*& shllusipth andw as ui llil p;9

W.Ta hw but. C. t-cry Poina ont oBrr d Stat of dune owned, and controlled Oby the members "
tones n "*- opasias. co sana arincidnt or pthe d > < Sd W Ic rem F D h c













owner te lw ofthe tat of Florida, Florda. d tohe nual meet ing of the ofhis ndkindred Arotion in thetate Mail orders solicited and promptly filed. Will order anything we
prwMlaoin rthe LeMftrpation of hoiculw members o this Asmieson shall convene at of FloTida; and to that end that this Associa- ihlevt i





tal m ma agriculteral nam-proit association mid place on the fAirt Tuesday in May, of each tion is crested and organized in connection ae t "so
a o mt, acordne with thi and every year, at which tie ad poce its with and under the Florida Citrus Exchange.ll
p oaater, ad we hereby adthese Dretor sha be elected and inducted into and will at all time cooperate with and o u




ral Inec ar 0 oaton, w rhich shall eom ae. through mid FloridBa Citrus Exchange. a a John L. Van De Veer W. n. o r
Pthe chaer m llrporallttiet, lpon th ore 1 ArATCL VIII part of the system of R exchanes which go to
u eMMts i t., aslording to aw, and t ech an every mteber eof th m ake h cont I oerae Mid Florida I U Vi T I o




we That latfcei thel.boi.,.,_ Citrus lexhange. whoc headquarters a re now J l J IL_ J L
AtTICL I -of all citrus ad meh t o th r phanlig rodueao ted in the City of Tam, and State of Florr- T
oiThathe ame omid corporation is the ay be handle y thi As s andids. And ta aled. h o- Pure Ice Manufactured from Distilled Water






Cit PoAo Cctaai rowea ndetiationh. o thi oron od tha Abo h, shall be .marketed. exclusively through said Prompt Deliveries Made to all Shipping Points o the Florida East Cosat
Tc.n mi It tion shall charge forf the acting and han- Florida Citrus Exchange. t






. .. ling of sech fruit a" reduce, such reason- ArTICL K xi
msaocilatlOu is o uia under Able sslomi mtio ns asete Board of Dirers an .,T
the law of th State abH i Tual n of thiAoatw shall eix and detedrmined... That the names and place. .of residence "of IAN
Dai tth cnte 1t d a of the. 10 nr ition sad th1 its =1 a b between r the fruit .vegetbo

















a tdio s ema" ball the rii hb adid Bjt, any member of this Amiwociation, the subscribing embers and inrporators d
pri red by the law of i e have the rght to withdraw h fruit and to theseArticlesof Incoreoration and Ass, __ __ or e








e ethcrMralUtaon vlatevtnower p onduce for any one yvj, from id iation,areasfollowi: deD ealers in Stal ll FTan r r Wle
and all htethersan privtieofah ofsotion, without" penafy," b! giving .aeseaesid ..s n a Comptuitive riX c
the embes o this Associatlin. holdIng a in writing to .id AsAociation, notice with- W me. Res de onCte r o bIt moai r C.

eatlea of membership e shall in en d ndat be re the einial m tis W. f. oI n tith tn, nri .
sbersii of this Asodatiso, that he trderes so W .m 16. e.SlCity Pogint, Florida.
s aTICL IR withdraw his fruit or ot er po of e fm thrbOo&dues te o. E Ci it, o ate Ice C ream Fresh .UPi Chemica.i.
laar but the ae a prob organism id ptic n teltTe y ein My, offd Asscio creation and incorporates who as snu
asaBed tltoals olati on and corporation, ai og to ai ma rihis name hear t has paid i w into thunder the Florida Citrus E
or iginar.f.1 w e es Al in tthe, lreaOe duo of caleted and inded ito ad il at aTl tim oopete with "d i
l) oto t" Has H.layo at which ihallbo n pre owho. through said Florida Catnum kechane Wa a John L. Van De Veer W. H. Fsrd
ottbhStabofatidFlrportioda.i n thC tby- r.MCLO Vfo art of tpetcystel oaercyaearao which to to ao l o g and slc t ta o al co is ue







awot fors t. ladithall otineay s hereu u and daermne. Provide Treuaury of this corporation n ow THE NEW FORD M ODEL "" T 85
of stk whatever, a shall not at y tim how ad it i he i an an created, the sm o Onue Dllar. r a mdmer-
decl or a Ty divided, or other pro f lt u igto n aoll th r pro d a s hip thereof. whih will entitle eat h of them.







oaL y in ei dT corporation, but all ; i e. .. h uon the issuance of letters patent to thi B
That the place wheo adtheat Sicp Lmoc u sbe marketed erclufively through aid prompt Doliviriei Made to all ShippiAt Poiatl o, the Florid. Eat Coaa
a F rTICiBa. ha et"o dh all ch a e for the pickinnand hand- Floh d n Cltrus Epchg n
had t ofor - --off at" of id As oc at o ino to be transacte ise Noti go A rT IC Lt a Xo h pro- a W a t I c e Te m F r s D r u g
thinnalftt, aaor3^1tuala^ rfth2 SS3^ 1fixandd^^ That the namet and plac=. Cof reBideuc, WS of P
cittoa. aad eytitled to all tae righo and Buly ymember of this Aroctia~on lI the eubsoribined anenbero and iubyteurmbors
tod" un 600a laws of Saw of the right to withde w hia fruit and tO theie Articldedof Incorporatiou ahd State-r slct an p i Wil
t Of stSort membersiys of thisAsso ir a ty ion" s convene at o DeaFera an Staple and Fancy Groceries
d to Accordance with this and everyyearatwhischtime andplace wits. withadunder at Com petitive PC uce. c
oabfirar 0. mw em rip eb eadop, thell Di t or d ha l n bte'efetre thanduidul itdtint o. and wll eaot allimesc op t. e writh a.
Isewpa bblosis wic siballbo office. through W s. .i ShFore. City PoEcn. Florias. aASOLINE, CYLINDVeer OIL, CUP Op1CA8C, BTC.
That tebrlhall o e ai capital utocp of n d thaen i ^^r i^^ And each of -id memheV1 of this grop.^,1 ALLENHURST, FLA. toAuLOEBCAIAL
w d ao b utthebme ah ll b e o roa iaed T hn a e ac a ndrelvht e m mib ler o i h is Aeso i atiru an d iucwrh o rse w ho hhu r nbow


oaay i ld-hin aid corporations, but all n shallo* thea upo the iaauance of l-tt




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