Group Title: Florida star (Titusville, FL)
Title: The Florida star
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 Material Information
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 17, 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: VID00719
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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,/lNatu dalms mine n, talu.m. worth13 ents per yl.l
-m M t to qe us or Mrs. O.A. Quarerman arrived Another quoal north 50 cnts for Dr. Miller. Dtist. Ti vi
_d NrNG. hoemy ae day fro a vit to her M nt l Have an trnsat ineLe sale eyr
S& iW TON&BRANNING sa at Lm Cty, Fla. -N ad pto-date patternm o skirts t liE's thiswmk?
s en*M Ta.Y os M E. p L g inghams, toil du nord and Bates' .
S. B. Sa Spt. of te L. eanrkers and solid colored chbam- hbbee -
a paid i e- at to ---- ford for severalSweekhi s.v ar ved
Sa bry suitble for chilKn's sboo i & rst of tis
ILI 3i06S T t SeeUg Lawuel Shoasi b on=mei of refuge yterday. dres d boy' bloses at 1t% T t i st
m -, clb,--W a-t-r pt. J. Paltye, of St. Loee, one i s. r.T. Ri .r t o

Sm bt t St. oat t, te ofarval of a .e A good quality of white lawn, Th proed oe
m tw.m MB ad Tmrd Waood ide leegir S at worth 35 cents a yard, peial .a d A. C. t nL ra m
teA Ms af e n o esa that M. Col oA qa t r.T. BWk Wamto Tard WeA-
t hi r s ntd in a sEqs o! 7S toS U 8 in thisweek. &ty of e eite mte w cmtl ne5day fro erma ckdu y o a viJitto


Sx. te l w d e W.t Dr father a.nd m other. Cpt.d s.
.. --eM home of Mr. and Mrs. L D fort -.ts and ladis es es, just liket Ja .Pitchr.
Sh am : was y~rde- hadJ onr~ id Y, e"ln en, mnts pe, r yar. nes.r





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,i M -_ Wr prty of twelve d adet bed lal fans worth 35 cents, onar 5 s special next wee fof this w k r sa



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Sthe HastingCo base game, D collars in allstyles ando in this week take a big are.



t" Wade lt 011.08 dF N rw Va home arget 1of her ocery and wor 25 cents for 1 ents Tperya d.
rh e .X- kehe alts a l St. w narly O rive hours speain the i of A good elequal of Ind or





tle^ Hatpa edCeaWedda- _lOwing resadv Florida. .....
b wk to thdvb drela.t pa a d Octr. worth 20 cents fori12%mcents ;;brought to b p U RvUr








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Si a1 fa1N: I nmst rong fromW Desxegeteal o inr T-zivifida o -tI f win t-er b-a-
Ga., arrived asi nSholpeeitie ngowin a- caseontsiped of rer ort i front kHtl



Sfor l tle Georp andae hoas obeen Triie, the fifteen t on nhret Titvgooe arcri
s ,,,lii..S-.--IdS. Che Uh enaet ha uherde ta heesurae honU s ht n p oer ote st ates
m d, f -- 8.8d Btt, C b-ins who .r.e .i i herO O o r or,, guara,,mnteed for if months. purmee food law evi shlp me fonr aof





SMM. ~ astiplad3 The l ast motorboat Iriscrried f T di neral sericy belts in all styled experienced elecriaM and w her
:* WdMMB9. Ir. tB1l fwparty ofl tw elv J. dent baseball in te Met st worth 75 cents, Mondy special e te it of ttnd t any
. 1 .L cr. 1-B to Co isr Wednes day afternoon to see cents. sequence the i Tey havef jut fri-
W ea oo N t S S. uie Gladtingsco bnstituteball gathe me, Dutchcorps of collarstin in all styles and atde- have take a big ev r






etatll m. ad petedadan eitig ri ootst e e o t o'clock after igns for 25 cets mr, r Tay
10k-r1 3-05 W.U-eb, C. F. nealyfiv0 extensive adC TituAville, Florida. opened a brain Tltulfle radplacd






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M-amisbd.og . i ... -r oo the brid Rev. J. T. Caion tand fatIiy oRf
Sd of lared off at sinetownts willn- be? trus Exchange for athe month, ouerry wed- In MeTRInram Nebraska, arrived Thuday. Rev. Car-
sIt o- das. wOO dinb loal ad edit shorial peal as bee n Triie the feen r-od uh en the oratu o te M.
Sthe MA We hav had se he ra tse rioaiusvyenrboched uponther mnth Trouart one toer. and g s c- hch here ttakl over a tr hio
hm glle l Mpm ts s we h E two wks for w hich we as the in- cumbed to nute rtonitis at her in e. At of t ois
m. m plie. ly health ad wie s ooowih to rsi URNITURE, DRY GOODS SHOES Who said "come unto me. es
o. re sta l. Tucker Ms fe B home in tuavile Friday morn et for this l of ork. In t, a m
t t S h A.l GD Coor this week on Monda hone of fever a attend to Ull inquire. Th e frp Ma







Ssa tet lo a .ripld GS ay. rgst enrVoting Contestory of The uerl set e was cndiid t xperened ctrio ta he d wih tei
Sr f inw fa l or 1 athe bool. GPrOf. Titui in the Methodist ehureh Fiday af- foe r eh of left Sturd
Stytd *oe pro C* and see the beautiful presents vL ra Arnoliternoon d inteent mdweetto t T hi whey hve h just i- ma
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a Mr. W o S se ad we are goig to gie the prettiest le cmfeery, R F. H bi sta rl the me I uIsL tm of
pev. of NUmnami a Rno, whern abhel a position last girl dwinTitu ontittele also prie corps of the T t wehde thueh and at the Rth iarMe. riBrady rom'







rB. eR WaoN, Maor. ya, pete d an m Cting Contest c one tt i eache for thes thatld ente and L t he mge
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Wee now haVrll ii St. t Joheson, of the Titvilesisth Wt u a To reveal to td hinind e angels thy wortheshe Pa- cold, 5 cents na ver
skPt ope aed pin ys tth H ti aa Votes will be und dl. eans uad bro others and sisters in the
Sai do o t leo on t telor of aerri lac- No rer su~wi thy e seen ThPcal T. ohoatled.ution met at the
l w ve os tow,. bto .ard nour t ore *O. h b.o who brit idTe O tbrit sR bore .chool house on Mon d aftnoon.
ebos aRev. Wm. Stone, Baptist mins ill abe? seo nothe meafn will be oronm theriver o 'sgloriou. follow oers wre elected fr oe
rl areciated by your ly rien. Waiini s thou hast ut ge re. r athe, present
ods teWhedsera th isTtslo tuhTday. The heavy ram prevented a Yours to please, A FRIEND E. church here td vice-president;





For the et the largest awor number f omd aenmgvi other moth t l not deplore thee; he in tc ftre. y and sent Mr
i srto de wt m givs a c, or Our high school oweneedd with a large Iu. h. .Thou bst obeyed thpevoice of fer A Hm Beck cotgeunl trer
Sit i i i e a rwill soon be to sit URNITURE, DRY GOODS, SHOES Whod e n completed
I ,edw we A lcb nTo cahat e Ws-s befry teatos, nly.troughyls, s love, nh the eight months of o. Prof.











a the patran colr ar RMattresse TAitc id sfes ice crne for lodging
1 (it r hefrastob.hereatheop e ingt of ar esc (White Mountor chai T an loead all e glad to welcome h.m aan..
o large boiler bog engtovMr. rp Trze .





M itS a to have l e him with, w r. ro Kline'sro is Dreg asri, e, we will never e s thee more. Res FAlbertion d ly e
Titvl. ad en moved to . n- Matting, t qm, carpet. Wn er b is ornig, art Geohuiana. y
ees ofsfro rfm, iax- sti A. GArV ,anna For thou For thou ill be on the shining shore, su
n-- I&a I f L The_"Ian River" brought a Party C A Wo rs--32 -ohippin gHeaven's Prince, as thy summer ie p ent
h,,l ml.a ,,, --~ r ,i / wof fmivowr obuy Misson....... uH._ine lnt Friday for: Chiag, be-
-L P. W-- ga_"s hd rme on Wed nes.Gracnd Votirng Contet Until we paus th gret divide, g called their. nrer, e o
--lr of the s 6 bekeJ buidingww ll be moved to Fo the Prettiest GirIn Tituavile To join thee in ty glory-
allr~rmE tba W 0 veto d Th moved For the Pret3est Gir in Titm e There with thee forever to abide, Kim slisr-bethl:Hora lft Saturday
i~aUleto mee '0ur hatme om n thesoMuthIts .t lo and the i tlutoel tiio an Listening to heaven's sweet story. night for Chicogoi where she will make
the t hbd aofl SetemmmberA- oeIprentadde&dCall.&seothevprnsntA
Ro Pm rI'f ot I. par- Mr. Wni romld of ea Bree and we are goa to give the prettiest If God, in His wisdom, thought it bet, her futur home.
nominating r Re, where he held a position last girl in Tiktsvlle, also prize for the That we should losethee,- ia.s Ruth FaLey red Sundayf
.is.ht tHove should sen thene and has takle _fthe irrm
Bu U. II son, yry, is visiting hi brother, T. G. Ron- one gettig next highest vote. rst ate grade aain in sceuol
aido On all cash purchases (precrip And beternlly happy the Savior t Prof. E. E. Mac left Sunda for
hool NotiMr. Smel Hendr, of City PoYnt, hs tons excepted) we will give tickets art Cocos, wher he wil be principal for
-hm family into one of J M. t entitlingyou to vote for young lady Tr.ixie, thou didut but bud on earth, tnex ot eight months.
Let us it yor bca up for shool drs'otta~O r~m doe ar of your choice. A vote for each To bloom iT heAves's beautiful vale- y
sl just opened up in boy's In't It about time we hd a .url Vo k lune then n den Tensc. Qs w pu-


Sat home. Mrs. Andrews and son spent Men's neglige shirts, made of an All Property Owners Services next Sunday, both morning
For Sae Cheap for Cash the summer at Janesville, Wis., joining excellent quality of percale, the fa- Should realize the value of identifv- and evening, at the Baptit church; and
About 88 ac of od hih land r. Andrewsin m Nw York, where e mouse Princely shirts, worth 75 cents he lives th me bheeve at t. Jhn' Episcopal
othe or os slecting stock for his mens' fr- and1.0, Monday only S cents each. oining interests with those who are church.
dia nver at the N ., described si Bo B Me ns clothing at a greatly r working for the advancement of this Town Registration Notce
as follows: Lt No. 8, section 83, L CoB. has run his mowe machine duced r shoe cu m mde town and vicinity. This matter is of T r
also lot No. 8, section 86, in township tg the sides of the ro t he om-. Mehm real and actual importance to each The registration oks of the twn
81 south, range east. This land is an. land, a distance of half a mile. n box calf, gun metal and velour, and every one of us.If you are not Titusvll are now on at th
improved but fin located. For T good work got the best of some of glanor cap toe, worth $3.00, special a property owner and would like to Titusville Pharmacy and will be kept
further particular rthe mosquitoes. become one (every man, every wo- open until Thurday, Oct. 14th for
E . Low, Baseball gaes are the topic of the JUuus KUNE, man and every child has a right to purpose of registering voters for the
Brockton, Mas., town. On Wednesday the Hastings Tituville, Florida. and should have a home--a home in coming municipal election.
tam played Cocoa scor4 to 4. Messr s. which they can feel a personal inter- J P WILsoN,
SBaras in every department at Je 1keor Bert JO Gun Repair Works d ae rie in addn th t- J PTo .
KH e's ts wek. It 16U ,n te tn t All work guaranteed, also guns tie improvements which make for
o T rada ~~rt Piercehas plasome Coco. stocked and rebored. the beauty and comfort of life) start Orange and Grapefruit Trees
5 or6deaem '6W will cure anyner esinrghashad gamesed onouramondsthis
anay ter es in r has n had s v H. B CE, Tituaville. an account with this bank, it will as- Grown at Shiloh, Fla. on high
e of chils ad fever. Price c. summer. ,, sist you to conserve and save a larger1 hickory hammock. Free from uwhIM


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est aside all tradtlon by making the
4-s ito the pole daring thei wter
wr. be the elements arh e coasi-

f Northw Sn C. a. o bord
Wt hon-t bJg ship, without the bol b
hay of a Bley ofi Ne Yor., Cow
e partynoth pol was re made an
Si di lead harctiL eqand bpmentad
at Wnh, Greauland, whence It saued
Muach 3 1906. Dr. Cooks plan wa to




ot abede le trddition b morean tha
adh t ad been prat drill tg wiven t
i-~ rt we te elements are coonad-
- tout adrantageous for an ad-
Yaaee northward.
Without a big ship, without the corn-
peay of a sIngle white man. D. Cook's
iaaf ftO the north pole was made on-
er Inredlble hardships, and be bad
mot bees beard from In more than a
year and tad been practically given up


Ma. D APS.OK A. oOOK.
fr lost. But his indomitable courage
rried him through where whole ships
sempantsm have come to grief.
The one man who started with him.
Rudolph Fracnke, was left to guard
the apples at Anoootok, twenty miles
morth of Btah. west Greenland. This
man remained alone for several
months and then sefied the first op-
portunity to leave, when Commander
Robert B. Peary arrived with his ex-
pedition on board the ship Erik. Cook
had sent one letter to Francke by Es-
kimo messenger before Peary arrived.
but If he sent any more or returned
for supplies after Francke left it is not
known. According to Francke. Peary
Insisted on obtaining a large number
o valuable blue fox skins and nar-
whal horns which had been left at the
supply station by Dr. Cook and which
were expected to defray te cost of his
etun from the artltc.
Ther was mome mystery about this
afar whe the news of it came out
on Freacke's arrival In New York. and
charger and countercharges flew back
and fort with increasing bitterness
btwee the Cook adherents and the
friends of Peary. As mouth after
month passed without further asig
rom Cook there was talk of a relief
expedition. Admiral Winfeld 8. Bchley.
the hero of the Greely relief reseue.
was named as one of the leading fig-
ires In rasing the money necessary for
the movement to And Dr. Cook. am!
i' short time ago an expedition started
** seek the missing explorer.
jatil recently no word wias received
btre Dr. Cook since March 17. 19fot
He was then on the polar lee north of
Cape Thomas Hubblrd. about '',;
miles from the pole. He was the only
white man. with several Eskimone ua:d
a big equipment of dogs. sleds and
jupplecs. lie was then on the eve of
making a desperate dash for the poc
over the lee. Be was making a
asraigbtt CoMrs (or the pole aid said |
that It he were lacks he tlght a.ich
his supply statim at Annootok by the
Jtof~Uary.
. Cook's dask was hastily con-
ceved. He started on a bunting trip
In the spring of 1907 with John R.
Bradley, a wealthy New Yorker who
had hunted game In all corners of the
wOtd except the polar regions. Mr.
Bradiey bought a Gloucester fishing
sehooaer with an aumllary gasoline
ngaIe and In this vessel went north.


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won.
He is the author of several books de-
scriptive of his travels and discoveries,
and he has lectured extensively. In
as Interview about six months before
he left on the fishing trip to Labrador
Dr. Cook said:
"Some day I am goin to Bad the
morth pole."
Dr. Cook oeae had a scheme for sail-
lng to the south pole. and be worked
on this tor some time, trying to afire
out exactly how to do t. His trip
with Amundsen gave him the Inspira-
tion for this. He finally. in his efforts
to arrive at some method of reaching
the south pole. hit upon the idea of an
automobile with some arraunement for
traveling over Ice fields. He worked
upon this machine for some time at
Callikoon. The automobile was kept
In a barn. and Dr. Cook would allow
none excepting the workmen and him.
self to see it.
Jn speaking of the automobile at that


"An Uxcellent Medicine"
This is what they all say who have used
St. Jnrsph's Liver Regulator, whether in
liquid or pirwder form. Its is easy, but it re-
lieves the system of bilious accumulations,
thus avoiding constipation and all kindred
evils. As a family medicine it has few. if any
equals-no superiors. Druggists and general
dealers sell it, liquid, 50c a bottle- powders,
in tin boxes, at M9 a box, five boes for a
dollar. Don't accept something else "just as
od" but be sure to get St. Joseph's Liver
sgulator.
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pa Omatt thet aw at t&6 fetdm.
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aMtltim. T=in they eat ftr a
seto sa@ gan the s~ge
haU e a b wees Ge the age w .


mirth, Iyag tI a toek aof mat. The
thrmometer went drows teii with
the approach at the lo arctic aight
a while they were htina it was
mcunatly between 30 or40 degree
, below -o.
They spent the winter puparing the
ledss and the supplies for Dr. Coe s
nap andl discovered a way of prepar-
Ing dog stood which gave Dr. Cook a
great advantage in weight over all
previous explorers. During January
the thermometer registered 73 degrees
below sero, but Dr. Cook and his man
went out to look for some people who
were supposed to have been ship-
wrecked In Flagler bay, but found no-
body.
The last two weeks were spent in
toting out the sledges the dogs and
the supplies, and on Feb. 26 Dr. Cook
started for the farthest north. Prancke
went with him as far as Flagler bay,
and then Dr. Cook sent him back to
Annootok on March 3. 1908, to guard
the winter quarters. It was nearly a
year later that Peary reached the
neighborhood of Annootok. where
Francke was keeping his lone vigil and
who claims that Dr. Cook had ordered
him to go back by one of. the whalers'
ships at the end of the preceding
Jane.
It Is no new thing for Dr. Cook to
attempt .difcult and extremely has-
ardous feats of exploration. In every
case in which he has set out to dis-
cover new paths in the wiklerness of
uncharted seas or mountains be has
displayed a dash and resourcefulness
which marked him as extraordinary
even among explorers. It was this
valiant courage and resourcefulness.
added to a very vigorous physique,
which bis many friends in Brooklyn
had in mind when they assured anx-
ious Inquirers that Dr. Cook would
appear somewhere in Norway or
Greenland alive and well.
Dr. Cook is a married man and has
a bome in Brookryn. where his wife
-and two children ive. He to not often
home. having been engaged in explora-
tion work on and off for the past
eighteen years. Dr. Cook was born at
Callicoon Depot, a very quiet little
hamlet In Sullivan county. N. Y.. on
June 10, 1865. He received his early
education in Brooklyn and graduated
with the degree of doctor of medicine
from New York university in 181~. He
was married in 1902 to Mary Fidell
Hunt In Brooklyn.
Exploration at both ends of the earth
and near the top of its highest moun-
tains has attracted Dr. Cook for years.
In 1891 and 1892, just after his gradu-
ation from the medk-al college, he
served as surgeon of the Peary expedi-
tion to Greenland. In 1897-9 be was
surgeon of the Belgian expedition to
the antarctic. He tried to ascend
Mount McKinley, In Alaska, the high-
et peak on the North American conti-
nent. in 1908 and failed. In 1906 he
tackled Mount McKinley again and


Lead Shot.
We owe lead shot to Watta. a
Bristol plumber, who dreamed t':rt
while repairing a church roof hiq
foot slipped and a ladle of molten
lead that he was carrying fell to the
ground and that on descending to
recover his property he found that
the metal had assumed, instead of
the silver plaque he had expected.
the form of countless minute glah-
ules. Curiosity led him next day
to repeat, so far as he could, the ac-
cident of his dream. A like result
followed, and the lucky dreamer ul-
timately made a handsome fortune.
--London Chronicle.


NOTIC Is HBrnsY GIVxE That four (t)
weeks from date hereof the undersigned will
apply to the Honorable Albert W. Gilchrist,
Governor of the State of Florida. for Letters
Patent incorporating them. their associates
and successors, into a body politic and corpor-
ate, under the name of the City Point Citrus:
Growers' Association, under the following
Charter and Articles of Incorporation, the
original of which will be on file in the office
of the Honorable H. Clay Crawford, Secretary
of the State of Florida, in the City of Talla-
h.--* Arinw i tmnia t rf tha nnhliabatin', onf


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wit':.out the rolulin t ,ofthe Aaisw-iation nM-xt
adj;..iact to where aitl holdings are li-ated.
ARTIC'L VI
N.- hing in these Articles shall be construed
as to i:t-itfere with the bona fide sale of real
ebttart tlr transfer of property. together with
the fruit or other produce growing thereon,
at the time of such sale; that is tosy: That
if any person who has signed his name
for any particular year for placing the
crops then growing on his or her land
in the hands of the Assocition, shall sell
or dispose of his land in good faith; then
and in that event the said seller and purchas-
er are released, if they so desire, from the
ob'Sigations of having fruit or produce grown
upon the laud so sold. marketed or handled
under the authority of this Associatian.
ARTICLE VII


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on anidr cooper a ~d -- -oti- wari
ad all other ri sad privile- -eh of
dtho o e A-erbest o bo"i a
M iflatoof membership in themsme,
be eqaL.
Astcs&K III
T t there shal b e apitl stock of sid
asmelation, but the me U be o orsnised
as a Hortiaultural amoatiom and corporation,
not for profit, and it shall motiuemsay thare
of stock whatever, and sball not any time
declare or pay any dividend, or other pnrlti
e an y holding in mid orp tion, but all
moneys coming into this smoclatiom, for ser-
vies rendered, or otherwise, shall be used by
it for paying the expense of, and otherwise
maintaining this Assocation. and ay urpls
thereof remaining in its hands, hall be sed
as the Board of Directors of this Asoiation
shall deem to the best interest of the Amocia.
tio, and said Association shall mse to each
person who shall become a member thereof.
a certificate of membersbip, and shll
receive in return therefore the sum of One
Dollar ($1.00) to be converted into the Tres-
ury of said corporation; but no person shall at
any time have, own or control more than one
certificate of membership In aid Aamciatioa.
nor shall any person not a grower of citrus
fruit become or remain a member of this
Association
ARTICLe IV
That the purposes for which this Asociation
is t;onedl are to buy, lease, rent, sell, occupy
and use, bold and disp(le of al! real and per-
sonal property which may be net-ew ary or
convenient for the conduct of its businew, and
to build, leee and rent poking houses for
the packing of fruit, alo to purchase all
material that may be necearry or convenient
for the purpose of packing or preparing citnui
fruit, or other Florida grown products for
market. Also to sell, as agent. citrus fruit
and all other kinds and variety of fruits,
and produce, which may be grown
or controlled b y members of this
Association. Also to own stock in any other
incorporation or association, similar to this
Association, existing for the advancement,
and protecting of fruit and produce growers
in the. tate of Florida. Also to purchase and
sell to the members oft this AMociation sucb
fertili& r. and fumigating and sprayiug iia-
plements and materials, as may be thought,
y the Board of Directors of this Asociation.
from time to time, by their resolution, to be
necensary or convenient for the fertilization
of lands. or the fumigating or spraying iof
trees and plants, which belong to the mem-
bers of this Association. Also to buy and
contnrat for the purchase of anything, that is
olnsitiesed by the Board of Directors useful
or uecesamry. for the prevention of insect
pests, 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 necessary appliances that the
Board of Directors, at any time.jay think
necessary for the fertilization of groves and
fields, the fumigating and spraying of trees
and plants or the extinction of insect pests,
on the lands belonging to the members of the
Asociation, and to charge therefore, and col-
lect, such reasonable rates for mid services,
as may be established by the Board of Direc.
torn from time to time, for the uses above
mentioned. And said Association shall be
empowered to engage iu 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. forwaidiug and shipping business:


the necessay motive powerand equipment for
the same, and to engage in the transportation
bnsiues of all Msuch 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 same at will. To borrow
and loan money by or upon mortgage on real
i-state, or otherwise, and generally to transct,
carry on. and perform all -rc', other business
operations. as are germain or iunident to the
aulrpose.< above mentioned.
aRTICLE V
That any person or persons, who is. or are
bona ri&l* fruit ar pr-oduce growers, or who ia,
orart 'al:tfide representatives ot fruit or
grower, within the territory next adjacent to
the l..sadqlarters of this Association may he.
coma,. nmembher of this Association; but this
Asaso.iation will not at any time receive into
its memnblersbi, member of any kindred
Associations. w ose fruit or produce lands are
located nearer to such other kindred Asm--
ciation than they ate to this AsMociatiou.


city Point. Fh',raria
" ity Point. Florita.
City Point. Florida


DI. COOK ON MOUNT NO KDINtS.
getting to the north pole. Up there
the pole is surrounded by a shifting
sea of constantly moving ice. An au-
tomobile would be lost.
"At the south pole one can approach
by ship no nearer than 750 miles. It
then becomes necessary to travel over
the fields of ice. The snow there has
no crust and the ice is rougn. i Au
served that in my trip to the a~jtA.t:
sone. With the automobile I will be
able to get over thee fields. When i
have the frst one completed and have
tested It I shall build others and then
dash for the south pole."
Dr. Cook's dream of getting to the
south pdle never has been realized. He
abandoned the idea some time later
for the dash for the north pole which
has been so successful.

"Had dypepsia and indigestion for years
No appetite, and what I did eat distressed me
terribly. Burdock Blood Bitters cured me."
-J. H. Walker, Sonbory, Ohio.



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Touching the Spot.
The grim visaged guest sat gaz-
ing at the dinner before him in the
restaurant. His eyes were sad. and
his hands hung limply by his side.
Presently a glad light illumined
his eve.
"Waiter," he cried, "is there a
chemist's by here?"
"Yes, sir," replied the knight of
the apron, "across the road."
"Do they seii mustard plasters?"
"Yes, sir," said the waiter,
"strong ones too. They touch the
spot and make it tender." And he
smiled mildly at his little bit of wit.
"Well," said the diner, "that's
just the sort I want. Send over for
half a dozen and put 'em on this
beefsteak."-London Scrape.

"Can be depended upon" is an expression
we like to hear. and when it is used in con-
nection with Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy it means that it never
fails to cure diarrhoea, dysentery or bowel
complaints. It is pleasant to take and equally
valuable for children and adults. Sold by all
dealers.


Names
W. H. Craonu,
Wa. H. Sharpe,
Gea. Center.


Residences
CAit Poit. Florida.
City Point. Florida
City Point, Florida.


And each of said members of this p.opue
Asociaton, ad iacorporateo who ha sub
scribed his ae hereto, has paid into the
Treasury of this corporation, n.ow bein
created, the sua of One Dullar, for a member-
ship thereof, which will entitle each of them.
upon the isuance of letters patent to th
Association, to a memberaip in the mare. and
a certificate ofsuch membership. upon how-
ever such person iaiug the by-law f s ai
Asocation, including the contriMt for hu
or her fruit to aid ssociatio as a provided in
aid by-laws.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF. FAuh ,f a s
inoorporatoon and memnhem of this proposed
Association, ha hereuntosubscribed bu na mm
and amxed h is sl to, thee Artasles ,,o
Incorporation and Amociation.


Name


mesldeuss.


W. H. Creson, [eal] City Pount. Florida
Wmi.H Lha. .CSel ity Point. F'lrida
OeO. E. Chbeter. f t 'itv PoinL F'li.rui


That the place where the principal business rAT
of said Association is to be transacted is 8TATEOn FIAOIIA. (oLSTr ur BaaV s,


City Point. County of Brevard, State of
Florida. And the annual meetings of the
members of this Asociation shall convene at
said place on the first Tuesday in May. of each
and every year. at which time and place its
Directors shall be elected and inducted into
office.
ARTICLt VIIl
That each and every member of this Aso-
ciation shall place the packing and handling
of all citrus fruit and such other nradnrua


Before te undersigned authonty. pterrual
ly appeared W. H. 'reason. Win. H -.harp.
(eo. E. Chestr, who being by me duly sworn
did, each for himself, depue. ,y uai
acknowledge, that be subscribed biA unam
to the above proposed Charter ,f the
City Point Citrus rowers Aamsucuatkou. au
afied his Ial to the tame. for the ues aun
purposes mentioned in uid Charter, aisi
in order to validate and acknowkilge tb.
Same.


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ARTiU'LE X
That the Directuor of this Asicath, n hail
have the right and puwer to chuarlesd Iull t
from its members, and other fruit. vrucetable
and produce nrowenr. represented or wrve-d
by this Amoeiatioo, such oapeusati, usa
remuneration, to be ljhi to said AWt*s atoim
as aid Directors may fix and charge for it.
w-rvices to bimu. her. or themr. in the iparck
packing handling, marketing. shipping. al d
selling of :sty and all of the pr esl1er. ans
material, which this AsaMuiatio i bh rein
authorized to handle and market.
ARTIS LK Xli
It is hereby mutually agreed anid lull
understood, by and between all the person
becoming members of this Aammiattio, aad
furthermore, fully understood sa agreed, by
all persons who ay hereafter beeom- mese
bhers of this Association, that on of the pur
poses and objects of this Auciation is to brina
about and carry into effect, a system ofs mtukal
co-operation between the itrus and other
produce growers of the tarte of Florida. in
the picking, pecking, handling. shippung. and
marketing, of all citrus fruit. and other pr-
duce owned, and cuntrolled by the uwember'
of this and kindred Associations in the siat
-,f Florida; and to that end that this Aam.ia-
tion is crted and orapUized in u)connecti
with and under the Florida Citrus lx-banl .
and will at all ties co-operate with anl
through said Florida Citrus Exchalne. a
part of the system of exchaanes which go to
make up, control, ana operate id Flrida
Citrus chngO. whose headquartersa n ow
located inthe City ofTalun, aad bStte of Mar-
ida. And that all citrus fruit, and other pro-
duce placed in the hands of this Amoriatim
shall be marketed exclusively through mid
Florida Citrus Exchange
ARTICLE XIII
That the nams aad pla a of reside- au u
the subscribing meaiers and incorporators
to these Articles of Incorporation and As.-
ciatio, are as follows:


dms atem s mm r mumnme
who hes witMlwn his ibu ll wpsim iq
this A *msiswh mahev irpbd sM a
wishes to amm and *I k Aminad
Mad emti th righo fa Mh M t he
ay 4oi .a dm wiM dim im ismi. f a
=driy oaf 1the Bad of Dismes .of s
Amoeiat~ M sad upes his pa to this
Aosdtionm all pesMlt tih have bum
amnd galg him am t @ psvem ay pyel .
ARTICLE IX
That tr term for which tUis A".M
shall exist is Afty ean from sad after th
date of its incorpoatioe.
ALrTICL I
That the oAlers of mid .Aimo:itisf
who shall tM act i-t hasine sall be
a Board of Directrs., a Presidemataa a Vi
President. Sad aid President sad Viw-
President, shall also be the Prei ent ar
Vice-Preide respectively. of mid Board o
Diremtoms, and each of tUm sall. at the time
of filling aid o4ce, be a nmnmber of thi
Amociation, and a director in the ame. And
this Asociation mall also have a Seretary
and Treasrr, both of which Akea a he
filed by one and the samue pero. Ad the
number of Direetors of this Ameatiao saill
be three, but the said Asuciation. wittat
amendment of its charter. may. at any time.
by a two-thirds vote of its Directors irreate
its directory, and may at any tine. after rw
increasing the sUame. inml hy A sinraiar vuo
of its directors, decrease its diret,,rr .6.- aid
Directors shall we it. But at Uo, tiue *hal
the number of mid Directors br iie r-maed to
a number greater than nine: sur at ni, tinm-
shall the number of mid Diresctors b. a,-i- r,
ed to a leas number, than thbrorignl numb-r
of directors herein specified. .That th- name
and residences of the grower-, whu .j h-reh>
appointed by the incorporator, aftii .kis qa-
tion. and who shall act as director tuo al
Association for the rat year of its exiatence.
and until its other directors a, legaJIl
elected and qualified, ane:


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Names
W. H. Creasou,
Wm. H. Sharpe,
G(e. E. Chester,


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? s the Baruims rail-
rd- futue WW be Judo

t W ngs about the comIperans
oe adN t big Intrests Involve He
WS ibaW comme neamrbe ig to the
bsiM watlialat ai bem to
peat ta tay ta the othb Jude
Loett Is a ative bt Sam Jacato, Tex,
and was borm June 32, IM8 He was
educated at the Hoease (Tax.) Ih
ebaool ad was admitted to the
bar Ina L t In 1 JudP Lott be-
ema local attorney at Hoste So tr he
rHeoas. mast and Waet Taa rail-
way eomp r and bas elae costiued
to railwary wrvso eocttlvl
esral attory and ge sral a#-el
fur the Sl aerm Pacific liaes a 9 as


and sine 104 general coune l for the
Ualnm Pacflc railroad sad lothern
Pacic company and afllated lnes.
He Is abo plredt and d etar of
the Hotoe nad Texas Oenitrl all-
rad company; Galveston, Harriburg
and san Antonio Railway coany;
director of the Oregon Railroad and
Navigation company. Oregon Short
Une RBalroad company, Southern Pa-
cic company, Dolon Pace fRailroad
company and Wells eargo &t o.,
ILnor P. Lee, at the head of the
Delaware and udson railway, has
long ben a prominent figure In the
railroad word. He was born tn Ful-
ton county. IlL, in the year 1 &, and
when the Pensylvania gained control
of the Baltimore and Ohio he was de-
taled to that road. A year or so later,
on June 1 1901, he was elected its
prnident and left that road to take
the presidency of the Rock Island at
a salary of $75,000 a year. Since leav-
Ing the Rock Island Mr. Loree has
been at the heed of the Delaware and
Hudson.
Since 1806 Julius Iruttschnitt has
rlome rapidly In the esteem of Harr-
man. During that year he was made
general manager of
all Southern Pa-
ciIc line and be-
gan extensive bet-
terneats, which W-
suited ia the re-
buildiug of the
system. Under
his management as
fourth vice presi-
dent and general
manager nearly
7(0.06000) was ex-
aended muon te JOIjW KMOTT


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hasse, during arll ae of the peantles of




KNOW ALL MEN BY TH"E PBKENTh;
That e th ni ii citrus fit grow-
f athe tate of Florid at le the of
wham ae rdeat ad sitae- e f the State
o FlorMd. have thi day volusartily soe s-
ad es ves t the r ethr erpose of form-
ig a oHerdealtaral corporaos and a-ocia-
ts ander the laws of the Ste of Forida,
iig for thae i ncooratin of horticul-
sa agrultural nongprolit a-roiation
ad saptioa, in accordance with this
re s charter, and we hereby a t these
rti ate of Ineorpose, which shallbecoe
the charter of aid corporation, upo the is-
seMea of letetsM ateM, according to law, and
we do hereby crtify.
AMTICLx I
That the name of aid corporation is the
Indian River Citrus Grower' Asociation.
ATICLX II
That this *ha a ton ior ganied under
S wa of this Sate as a Hortiltural aso-
A681 ad entitle i d to all the riht and
i o- cmredl by the laws of bthis tet
Similar tortiemer aad th voting power
amd a e or right and pritegeo fea r f
ttombeds of thi Aelatines holding a
ewtUa e of memberap i the o m hall
AImoLD IU
ThattherehaM l Ubes o pil stoak of mid
-ameates b ett oe rm ahbe or a ise
na aretlmltUlassutlos amd oraoratisy
t h prort, ad i tsalliaotseanyahre
rm trwhatever. sad rhall atat anytime
erad a dit eas or other per-at
amy dto iaa- erpoAngi, but aml
m-my eom im n tatea ti*o anela. foser-
sa drmed, or oderwie, shall be a ed by
it ArP g theexpens of a nad otherwise
a~in t is Amsodation, and any erplau
thereof im n io its hands, sall beo ued
as theBoard of Directrs of this AnodatIo
shall dem to the best interest of the Asseta-
tioe, ad maid Assosatios shall wase to each
pream who shall become a member thereof.
a eartiate of membembhip ad shall
receive in return therefore te aum of One
Dollar (L00) to be converted into the Trea-
ry of ad corporation; but sn penon shall at
any time ave, own or control more than one
eretitste of membership in said Asoeiation,
r shall ay pason not a grower of citrus
fut become or remain a member of this
A-odiation
ArTICLE IV
That the purposes for which this Amociation
s formed ae to by, leave rent, sell, oocopy
and ae, bold sad ipoase of all real and per-
sal property which may be ne ry or
cnvenim t for thne conduct of its urin-s, and
to bld, ls ad rent packing houses for
bte packing of fruit, alAo to porrhbae all
material that may be neoerary or convenient
or the purpo of packing or preparing citr
oit, or otr Florida grown products for
market. Al to seU, as agent, citrus fruit
an all other kind ad variety of hfrits,
and proae, which may be pown
or con brlled y members of this
Anemoclar. Aloe to own stock in any other
inmti os or -eiatI. similar to this
Aesses, eziating #W tas advansement,
a proae ing of fruit ad prod growers
il the State of Florida Alotopsrea-eand
sell to the member of this A-ClaMn such
itellser, and fmigating and spraying im-
APments and material, as may be thought,
by tbe ad of Diretor of this Arsiation,
fom time to tim, by their reaoutiom to be
mmu--ary or convenient for the fertllliation
f nh or te fumigating or praying of
tre aed plants, which belong to the mew-
bena of th A soolatioo. Aleo to buy and
contract for the purchase of anything, that is
consddeed by the Board of Directors ueful
or neesaery, for the preoverntion of insct
pest, or for the detruction thereof, for the
benefit of it member a fruit and produce
growen. Also the right to own, contract for,
and oerte all necemary appliances that the
Bard of Drecton, at any time. may think
necessary for the fertilization ofgroves and
fieldr, the foumigating and spriying of trees
atd plntsor the extinctiorn of insect pacits.
on the land belonging to the mombenrs of the
Asociation, and to charge therefor, and col-
lect, such reasonable rates for said services,
as may be established by the Board of Direc-
ton from time to time, for the uses above
mentioned. And said Association shall he
empowered to engage in ah brokerage factor
and commission selling busainoes. to purchase
boxes, paper, nails, an other packing mater
lal; to engage in and conduct a drayage,
transfer, forwarding and shipping business;
to urchae. hold leee. orotherwise aouire


ri and rerigerator car, wagons, dr
trucks, boat, veels, aud other vehicle, and
he necessary motive power and equipment for
the ame, and to engage in the transportation
businem of all such produce, material and
othercommodities as may be owned or con-
trolled by it, but not a a common carrier.
And to dispose of the same at will. To borrow
and loan money by or upon mortgage on real
m-te, or otherwise, ad generally to tranact,
arry on, and perform all such other busian
opegmtions, as are grmann or incident to the
H u-- kmva u*r&4m*A


Ilb~iOr)l~L~IL


Names
O. C. EHasell,
J. Z. Kyaer,
P. W. Koberts.


Besidences
Mims. Florida.
Mims, Florida.
Mims, Florida.


AaTIC'L XI
That the Director of this Asociation shall
have the right and power to charge and collect
from its member, and other fruit, vegetable,
and produce growers, represented or served
by this Asociation, such compensation and
remuneration, to be paid to said Association.
as aid Director 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 Associatioun 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-
poses 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 State of Florida. in
the picking. packing, handling, shipping and
marketing, of all citrus frait, and other pro-
duce owned, and controlled by the members
of this and kindred Asociations in the State
of Florida; and to that end that this Aasocia-
tion is created and organized in connection
with and under the Florida Citrus Exchange.
and will at all times co-operate with and
through maid Florida Citrus Exchange, as a
part of the system of exchanges which go to
make up, control, and operate mid Florida
Citrus Exchange, whose headquartersare now
located in the City of Tampa, and State of Flor-
ida. And that all citrus fruit, and other pro.
duce placed in the hands of this Association
hall be marketed exclusively through aid
Florida Citrus Exchange.


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Moh On. aty of SyMa State rft
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That eachMad every member of this Avem
dplatioceha a the a 16 aad hadliase
of ad citer atwime and pae iesW Wi
may be handled by this Aw lcati and
roun or atolled by him, er or them, a
ai ihe a**Mdat. bA th at thi At sci, a
tion shan ha for the pa Aking ad haed-
uns of eh fruit iad ice r reas on-
able p-rin a the Board of Directors
o th Amelatio sha fix aad determine.
But. any member of th Association, shalI
have the right to withdraw his fruit and
arde, for aY one year, from laid
a-nniadato wty, by livias
in writna to m id Ad= notrie with-
in ten days ext before the annual meeting
of this Assciatioa that he desires so to
withdraw hi fruit or other produce from the
same, but in that event. said member giving
notice, ceases to be a member of said Amuocia-
ton. and all rights and privileges in elid
Association, blongin to mid member shall
thereupon eeae and determine. Provided,
however, and it is hereby areed a flly
understood by all persons Joining this Aso-
clation, that any member of the ame with-
drawing from this Asocation, by dining
o his truit or produce through an other
mource than through this Aeocilo, or
withholding msme n from this Amoceation,
and without giving the notice, as hernnafter
provided, all forfeit to this Asmociation, a
tion. for uch withdrawal the sum of
fty cents per box. for all citrus fruit or other
produce, produced by him during th year of
maid withdrawal, and so withdrawn by him.
It is further hereby undertod o d agreed
that in e t mny member of this Amolatiou
who has withdrawn hi fruit or produce ro
this Assmocation, as above deribedafterwaids
wisheto return and rejoin this Asmodia
and exercise the rights of a member, that he
Sdeo s by, and with t e eenit only, of a
iority of tihe Boa te of D of this

metned ine t him, and not previously paid.
ArTICLR IX
That the term for which this Asoction
dball ex isa l y ya from ad after the
date of its incorporation.
ARTICLE X
That the offcer of maid Asociation
who shall transact its businem shall be
SBoard of Directors, Presidentianda Vice-
President. and maid President and Vice-
Preident shall also be the President and
Vie-Pre ddet, resectively. of maid Board of
Directors, d each of them hall, at the time
of filling maid voice, be a member of this
Amociaton, and director in the mame. And
thi Amociation hall alo have a secretary
and Treasurer, both of which offices may be
illed by one and the rme peron. And the
number of Director. of this Amociation shall
be three, but the mid Association, without
amendmentt of its charter, may, at any time.
its directory, and may at any time, after se
increasing the rame, and by a similar vow

a number greater than nine; and at no time,
Sha the number of mid Direto r be decree
ed to a om number, than theo original number
of direct herein spledl. IThat the names



and until its other director are legally
elected and d qualified, are:


Association, and incorporators who has sub.
.cribed his name hereto, has paid into the
Treasury of this corporation, now being
created, the sum of One Dollar, for a member-
ship thereof, which will eutitle each of them,
upon the issuance of letters patent to this
Assciation, to a membership in the same. and
a certificate of such membership, upon how-
ever such person aigniug the by-laws of said
Association, including the contract for his
or her fruit to said uasociation as provided in
said by-laws.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF. Each of said
incorporators and members of this proposed
Association. bha hereunto subscribed his name
and affixed his seal to, these Articles of
Incorporation and Ausociatioll.


Name
0. '. Hausell.
J. Z. Kyzer.
P. W. R.tberts.


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Reaidenete
Minrs. Florida.
Minis. Florida.
Mims, Florid:i.


STATE OF FLORIIDA, COUNTY oF BREVARD
Before the undersigned authority, personal-
ly appeared 0. C. Hansell, J. Z. .Kyzr and P.
W. Rob-rts. who hciug by me duly sworn,
did, each for hiiuself, dcpose, szy and
acknowledge, that be subscribed bis name
to the above proposed Charter of the
Indian River Citrus (.rowers' Association, and
affixed his seal to the same, for the uses and
purposes mentioned in said Charter, and
in order to validate and acknowledge the
same.


O. C. Hansell,
J. Z. Kyser,
P. W. Roberts


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the 3.an -ngin ig pasties
Sseti the IraBl
ned this white rag brd (with the
ome re bread) was their Mi
sta of life.
It is made without ait or yet
and is fint steamed, then
baked to expel the moisture.
curious uses were made of thee
breads by the engine When
soaked in hot pure tallow to a few
wment- till they sank the were
used in soups or soaked in and eat-
en with tea during the severe win-
ter months. This tallow bread was
considered the most heat producing
article in the dietary. It should Ie
utilized by our arctic explorers.
Another curious use to which it
is put is as an extempore candle or
coffeepot boiler. A nail is used tol
make about eight holes in the tal-
low ring bread. Wax vests are
placed in these and ignited. It will
burn slowly for about an hour,
emitting a strong heat, sufficient to
warm and light a small tent and
boil the tea or coffee water. There
is a rather strong odor of touting
bread, but that is tolerated in pref-
erence to smoke. While sojourning
with the engineers in Siberia I have
also. seen them using the larger
sizes of ringed bread as makeshift
quoits for Sunday afternoon sport
in their tents, and the bread would
stand the knocking about pretty
well and would eventually appear
in the soup at the evening meal.
Small Siberian storekeepers also
use the ringed bread as an abacus
or primitive counting apparatus for
calculating small sums in rubles and
kopecks and simple figuring. Three
strings are suspended above the
counter. Ten breads are strung on
each. The top line represents the
rubles, their money transactions
rarely going above ten, and the two
lower strings stands for the kopecks.
Of course the strings of bread can
be increased to mount into the
thousands and up if desired.--Sci-
entific American.

Take care of your stomach. Let Kodol
digest all the food you eat for that is what
Kodol does. Every tablespoonfl of Kodol
digets 1-4 pounds of food. Try it today.
It I uarrnteed to relieve you or your money
back. Sold by Banner Drug Store.

Dancing Birds.
The giant cranes of India, some
of which attain to a height of six
feet, are in a way queer birds. They
mate for life and as mates are sin-
gularly devoted to each other.
Among their practices that of danc-
ing together is the most remarka-
ble. To and fro and up and down
beneath a scraggy tree near a creek
or water hole a pair of these curious
birds may be seen at the hour of
dawn footing it gravely in a sort of
grotesque minuet.
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoes
Iemedy ti today the bet known medicine in
use for the reliefand cure of bowel complaintq
It cures griping, diarrhoes, dysentery, and
should be taken at the first unnatural loose-
ners of the bowels. It is equally valuable for
children and adult. It always cures. Sold by
all dealers.


waTiNSe wnS nM b"uL.
tries to cat h It lu theb vacut.an cup.
where it will stk-k like a later it
striking the cup squarely Lu the *cu!i-
ter; otherwise the bal bound sw'iy.v
for yards andH makes the game s. live-
ly one.

Pretty Tough For the Ocneral.
A French general's wife. who-e
tongue lashing ability was far
famed, demanded that an old serv-
ant, who had served with !-.r hus-
band in the wars, be dismi .-cd.
"Jacques," said the general, "go
to your room and pack your trunk
and leave--depart."
The old Frenchman clasped his
hands to his heart with dramatic
joy.
'"Me-I can go!" he exclaimed in
a very ecstasy of gratitude. Then
suddenly his manner ch -'^d as
with utmost compassion he added:
"But you-my poor general, you
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A. kle~~s M A, deI se e e ias f
,daa, Opm ajt batde /m
, J. k- W. ae k the te d lnde
meA. reu lsr, ported ba hiM na te Ola
The reesda in the offe of uu per-
t the brd were red a noU d ~u-m natmhand pu, distributed arl
Is t t the l t t oon fies TIb and Gfl opio nd coipete- $1,owig all t
. M 19mi, ediat p. aL Pree nty iraa d b e fudboar 1
R. A. Cobkltan, iI;J.L O- TBe aeountsd O tthe county fu1ds
bm, J. R. Lot, W. A. eatn; are kept with the sume careand ae-
A. A. Stewart, erk; J. P. Brown, curacy a heretofore; the boos are
o.al. regularly posted and balanced. On
he minua tof the lr meting there st day of August, 1909, he had
f the board were d and approved. o Phand 7.1 .15, di rsbuted as fol
Tibe seri s report to the stste lows:
editor showing that n fines adW Generalofund 1,89.66
ort were impoCsed i Bre d county Road and bridge fund 1,274.8
drtng the month of Auegust was ap- ,i nd 15.9
ved. oeitre fund 647.6
puta Special road fund 523.36
Peni and forfeiture report of clerk c waeren fudeod 2,665.51
reuirt court county judge, and jus Prop. deasd ersons d 6.82
tPeMs of the peare J. Sandes W. General school fund 3.67
Roseeh, C. T. MeBride, Chas H. C on- "Pe. road fund 65.32
'Nauman, Wd. C. Pteron, were re- i is re

PeBdonf cHamponf M r to cary chwereo e it in a local
mas, Mr. Mary F. Martin, JohnA. county bank to the credit of the
Hoe Andrew J. Cater Mr. Annie county treasurer.
P. Mim, Mrs. Martha C. Minm Al- Upon the whole the records of this
bert S. Wison and Wm. B. B Wcounty are kept in a satisfactory
were approved. manner. All of which is respectful-
Bond of Hampton Hunter to arry submitted:
a repeatig ribewas received and rNEST AioS,
the board being of the opinion that State Auditor.
the pplcant is under age, refused Tax collector's report of poll taxes
to grant the permit. collected during the month-of Aug.
Report f clerk of circuit court of 1900, for the year 1908, was receiv-
tax reemaptions and purchases dur- and cheeked up with the tax collec-
log the month of August was receiv- tor's stubs and found correct.
ad. Tax collector's report of licenses
Report of R. J. Dunnam, superin collected during the month of Aug.
tedent of county, home, received amounting to $2.50 for the state and
showing that he had sod from the $1.26 for the county was received.
county home produce amounting to Accounts aggreating the follow-
$16.46 during the month of August. amounts were examined, approved
Report of R. A. Cokling, showing and paid from the respective funds:
that he had collected and paid into OBHGRAL FUND
the tresur $5.00 collected for per- General wexpenditwl.------------ $ 40
mit to capture a manatee, for gener- SC. OAD m rD DIS. No.1.
al d, and m hi of coun- oad work. et.........--------- ..---....... 46
al fund, and $6.00 froa hire of coun-. ROA U DUT
ty mule., for special road fund dist. w. ROAD FUND DI. .o. V.
ty mules, for sei roed fund di ~d work, ete ---------.. --------- 13*. 70
rict No. 3, was received. PCac. OAD FUND DIST. No. 3.
Bodd of J. W. Griffis to carry oad work, etc.--.......---------..--- 432 19
Smith & Wemon pistol No. 367650 SPw ROAD FUND DIRT. No. 1.
cal. 38, was approved and permit is- Road work, etc...............---------..--..-- 156 18
Soed. SP1c. BOAD FUND rDIT. NO. 5.
Bond of Harry W. Christian as Road work, etc.--.-....-- ..-..-......---- 75
notary public was approved. OGAM WARDIEN FUND.
The chairman appointed Capt. Jas. Salaries 'etc.-----........----.....---- ..75
Pritchard, J. M. Osban, and J. N. VINE AND FORFEITURE PUND.
Waller as delegates to the Mississip- im. pr d feed' prion--- 97 47
pi- Atlantic Waterway convention, to The clerk of the board is directed
be held at Jacksonville Nov.,17-18th. to procure from the U. S. Engineer
The bids of the Eau Gallie Boat at Jacksonville a map showing the
Works for $147.00 and of C. G. Red- distance and fall of the canal from
stone & Son for $159.00 for building Lake Washington to Indian River.
a lighter to be used as a fery boat The board adjourned until the first
at Sebastian River was received, and Monday in October at 2 p. m.
the bid of the Eau Gallie Boat Works leWitt's Little Early Risers, the safe, sure,
aIasy. geutle little pills. The original crrbol-
being accepted under conditions that izu... witch nHauel a.ve is eWitt's. The
the same will be acceptable to St. ""n"e is stamped on every hx. It is good for
t. t. 'uns. hr. se, sores. boils aud sunburn
Lueie county. Said lighter to be de- -:.> t t !i elw.ci;>l;y god flor piles. Sold by


livered at Roseland for above bid. 1 '"1,r l):- -' t' re.
Report of the state auditor was Notie ,rf Appii ratin e fr Tax UDed Uader
received and read. The report as *S"OU s "oft. r IA M Laws
follows: N,, ii.c :. i,-,t.,-'. giv tFlt Jines F. Mit-
.',, .;:. i,:Lr i,,a.-r uf Tax crtific.ite No. 33,
Tallahassee. Fla.. Sept. 4, 1909. i.' ,.I ,~: d -ry.i v1 .i ly. A. I,.. toW. ha
.il't .lIwA .; ertifi.ate iu uay oftice. aml hv.s umde
Hon. Albert W. Gilcteist, Governor, aipi i,.ti.ic ,cte in ue t i~u inc. ac orhdace m
iith .aw. 'sid ,tiuriitrn, embaces the fol-
Sir: I have the honor to report, loith. i...asiitl pr.irty.e fitted iuhBre aol
*loxiinx do eiu-td prniptrty -itlinted in Brevard
that beginning on the 3rd day of .,""'tv. Fl..ri,!a. it, wit: s ., f. t I ,ud
E. i uf X-V W c,'tionli to ".'ajhip p2 South,.
August last, I made an examination Range 3, East. The said land being aiswieed
of the county offices of Brevard coun- st the date ,of the iMuaice iof such certificate
in the name of Levy Smith. Uuless sid cer-
ty, with the following results: tiflr.ite shall he redeemed according to law,
All tax sale certificates belonging tax deed will iaae thereon on the 4th day of
kk-t ,her, A. D.. I909.
to the state were in the custody of Witues' my otfli:ial signature and seal this
the clerk of the court and those sold the Srd l(ay of Septiemlbr. A. ., 1909.
A. A. STIWALT,
by him properly accounted for; he is C'erk Circuit (Curt Rrevarl county Florida.
prompt in making reports and re- 1it Court }
mittances to the comptroller in con-
nection with this account. He is otl 0of Ap UiattoB for Tax Deed Under
necon wi tis amount. He is seto of Chapter 4MO, Laws
keeping proper accounts with those or wiorla
eonnty officers required to be kept Notice is hereby given that Lea Mitchell.
by him purchaser of Tax Certificate No. W. dated the
llt day of August. A.D.. 190, has filed said
Thetax collector makes monthly certicate in my office, and has madepplica-
rdortsand remittances and had paid tion for tax decd to issue iu accordance with
over all sums collected by him, and law. Said certiflce embraces the following
tax roll for 1908 was p ill dcribed property situated in Brevard coun-
the tax roll for 198 was practically t, Florida, to-wit: N. Oft a. ofS. of 8.
Pde1d up. E Section W, Township 21 South. BRan
There iseonsiderable improvement s East. The mid land being asmed at te
date of the imssance of such certifcate in the
SVod-be name of L. A. Coleman. Unless mid certifi-


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Mr. 0. A. Landgrabe, Box 5, Coal I
burg, Ohio, writes: "I had been slight
sufnerer for a number of year, but paid
little or no atteaton to it, until the
spring of this year, when my sfer
lag became very severe.
"I had pain in the head, back, spine,
lier, chest, and various parts of my
body, besides indigestion that's aned
me much trouble and anxiety. I oftea
thought when I retired at night I would
mot live through it. I tried medical aid
but t6 no purpose.
"Not knowing what was my maai
trouble I wrote to Dr. Hartman, after
reading of his treatment, for advice,
telling him of my various ailments, and
be notified me at once that I had ye.a
temic catarrh.
"After using the first bottle of Peruna
I felt relief, so I co-inn-d to use it
until I had taken four bottles, when I
felt entirely eared. I recommend it to
al other, beleving that they will e*-
perienee the relief that I did."
Pe-rme-m as a Tels.
Mr. William Hawkin, It Weet BS,
Weeterly, R. I, writes:
"I wish to vrre my testimony in favor
of Poruna a a tonic. I have used the
same for catarrh, and can recommend
it to all who are troubled in that wayj

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,___an mMel I ...'WHIR",__ subro d and a reod.
1as- tia @Mi med .uu... wIhI*... his.. I. th A.ticlesa of
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r,"----'rii- ffS- -a -jat kImir f^ Qo lQerwerarrd. (fll 3
at. o--- e -am- ---- -- wlInd hdair pedo from t,,,,, t blIaa, Fa .
.a asee-% wh this tet bat u Mthat saoeid member rSing eo" e B. ear, lM
r. .th AWdteAae, .et obe a member of m Amoda Anrw Freher. al La as
e petsalnagsI tieg, s5d all rights privilg ina "M O5M1. Bo0b1in, Seal Tni Fla.
0bLiai J--11llAuli e- r du p sa/ B in alon id H- r oue Fa a ,,t TIFrrlea mB.
S- r ed deteininh Provided n Hry ruile, mI Ironar Fl
.e I. e-bw 0 -. 0 aiad s F alA greemd Join Mi A? fullyWATZ OF FLORIDA, CoUNTY or f tAmD '
awioum I simium, that her Ape
AMC=I Grladeso. d"myet yrl r atof the e with. S.r the undgniged authority. f penrai.
M -"Shl midear~nlo fs t ( his frtit or produce.throg-a. Iy app armed Go BGa B. iardnler, Andrew Fr I -
S UN bId e eO t s tira MGfewsma 'wAme. noa, n d th u o thsher, eorase M. sobbins.e Frank H. Bey
d . wS.thhe dig mai : hma s rad HAery Calils, all of Biavnd Osnaty
e ara U witUrtgivin ea oticem asruherei ner PFlorida. who bein by me duly sworn,
Sthat A h is pevid, shall orfIt ito this AlA-Mem-., adid. each for hmelf, dO my and
de ow. atOa l af senate dl ww liquid"I"t ato is ths Am e -. awd that be un s his -
M M OS tos tiuB f 1 rithdrawal the m of pro d Charter of the
mT s d Se l SSiitsa, "i rl pyertser bo. o itr s dtu fruit or other Titavuille-i a River Citrus Grower' Am.
S~I Min i S d uced ri ad btd hindurisg the year dctionSnd Axed hi eeal to the mae.
as m ISilr IsagMF.,r Wmd p-S iS lso w ithdraw by him. for the eead prpoe mentioned In id -
doOf f urtherd eftet usesand--menioneeinami
St. trias tlirm s hBy s mI ... oo, o rrd d aged Charter, sod in orderto validate and acow-
i" to A1*, i sa i mee.s thatt in ye ay member w o this Aoclation ledge the ae.
iibe i "M. h e hU wthdaw nIS his of ft" or produce fro George B. Oardner.
S this Amulatio- aboveducribedAfterwars AdrswFr cher,
i Mhwish w irtoarn and rejoan thfi Amocation. Aeord Bobbie,
the. anafsad r the rights of a member, that heG Fo H. Boyers,
Ti- -*_ a- sdsloby.es saal ant ad o d with the oseest only, of a6hb e- Hen sWile
aim h t thr e -- r -mIbeird e1 P fthe Bor od Pofreet oensay W l.
S aoetll*iseoo mSworn to s and cribed be r me.thisthe
tLo Iro, a frt"Il immse ay rw AsuSios al ptirlu s that havei yth day of Sept.emer. 19t.
er,* h rrdo sa dn alt t ay tis aun- d alla er i teaod ntprevioe pid P. C 0. WLrTOi.
00 l 4 goOLomdua n sre viu sltyaidl b the kde Noary Public.
: Im elv biile *l ll r 'A ICLI ix Myoamision expires on 9th day ofJuly











mieeob ,e s ts. hu al alv asaw
SlawI*I. t t for got- That the ter for which their Amolaultom i [ l
jer -i an mr ar 8 wiea- hel beed byh miier it a ifty rsto and after the l o
/ | &r-r, l xM secam h hwwr date "of Ity inooration.
t. ts mtisah.w tsedr a I HOUSEHOLD l IOBBIrES
ofmth.A l o slo ansat Au ssieats Tht the D elars of d A tmoisan to
-~ te, tft ofld tho mmaro-A who saili ttne iwt eedify shall he
"at siJ !m ab a A Baood ofrhe aS t Preodestiad sa Vice T, we is Man t tho e halvbt M lil fr
wbodon besseass womber thi>Mf Presid, e Mt *MA i Prai-Met an vice.
d -rlle atf euns do l Sl Prdt daol l Ws oher do Presidat and some of Tar 2rttiar inl
W*o Is e Neum of ON$ Vw te relspIwarnvely, of maid Berd of t i e
S t e L***) io e rm o*o *oate thr- me-.a, sroed re o vf thee n h r e, at tie
l alolatM r ; slo oas pebdme 1 allg aid o o be s oa mber of ti The averae mother finds sufficient
sw timel Lae, 0 or femss me t .r ea Amnrae d adi reer lx ersa or Ire ad
ou l msT S 4 i ni la i seatIler thi A is shal n i ~ o~dvey annoyance anly worry performing
ner =r dmE my e s oad Tr of W Temurer, b&th of which oesm bm e
t besor emaSIrs a member ths of Gd by a ad thea Ts peu. BJt the ordinary duties in the raring of
m ober li Diets ofth Aess itin shall family, but the cases and anxiety
e be ha but the right id Amlratln, a without
s O u. a t ndumtofi hmrtsr, y. at y to. are doubled when there is added to
thm for ee mr whf thiaso a it S aSodrt sa mne ordinary condiUtoh that of wease e
iore -* e fis et, t, a mni" ttin o ,and by a similar eo kidneys in a juvenile member of the
.r' the an old t A t thwe -Uoa pe oa its dire m its director, as m ll
semMl Mi rIn whichmyO bre ae ry Wo- S aLt Bat atwoeshallfamily. How to cure it should be of
S- et tob ert of iftshr an d the her of id Diretors be incread to untold value to Titusville mothers.
l e eul. AlMr rso rt o mkinc a fo or a nambe er s a than nines and atno ti n d this:,

















ffrtheer&toorel fallly uersood a a.Rne, by t Yohi s:o W ent Dur the Umt.
, the k of rabeJk to uhhre l sBll thednumberfofmid Directonbe decree s-
m t be emwry r ed totme r-tt adto als numberthan the original r mber Mrs. John Noble, of Totusville,
Sthe ri tiCusn ofdiretons herena specified. rrhat the uames r Joe thn Noel, oDi n u
Plo te ldeo e o heand sreedMe r esad mdecsoftbe powers whbo reby Fla., says: Our little girl suffered
S-od a o o k ad to i a d r ie ,Y of ft af tod ol and w ho hall act aa ditw rsee t stto e to w ea ness


















lbeet, sclersondl oess fodhr siervireS.ubesomio membetin orths aeoriothis And Youndefsr omoint dygetorhree i.
Sd rso es wblihd y he owd Aodeciorr for the tlr arst e of lxirtencd, years and seemed to have but little
t or bmtlied b y forhe of i and until it. other retr dcoare legally control over the kidney secretions,
iston As ow i ino i ay ethr aoted and qualified, are: control over the kidney secretions,
Saseer forwadin ad shippame R idnes especially at night She doctored
to od or rw market, l tr fit and other piar Sieni in-
Srh=It iadofn Gamor uweU, as dGeo B. Gardontro, LaGrangheBrevar nd took several remedies but noth-










StMpowrSoa t r oFlrid o tha n thy tiiaman ing osing and gaining
e tiLae, sa i to e e io thie tArscion such Andrew rocoser, Ga rid helped her in the least until we
I bawr,a of lpde, madrayi with and Coeru tyFlorid finally learned of Doan's Kidney
Sot~e aood tiIas ybe owea r bu ad wieor a a. obbinmes tuate wieBrev ad ills and procured them. The use
of Drbeta mo r. thro idloridh before this breakfast, but one hour later
av ito time. atmer resat To, obeo nl of one box completely cured the
mamryu or AsevefIiBtn for the fertlliation ARTICL Xi
of bor the meaigting or ry d f That the Directorhhs of this Asoia onhll child. she is now able to retain the
ftre d t1% wbhioh belongto the mm- havel be mrightad powelrto harle and t ollect kidney secretions and is steadily
her ths moa Als O buy A Fd iromda it trs Exchand other fr it, veetable growing better. We are thankful
oatruet fr theJe sof aytbig that i and proaode growers, represented or served indeed for the benefit she has re-
mMelood byo the rd fDiretos uil by thi AmLatlon, such compensation and eIed fr? te-. b itsh ehs"
or meosmry, for the pevTOntlom of i isct remuneration. to be paid to mid Asociation, ceived from Doan's Kidney Pills."
Masor for %he dasteatioN tterOf LWO the -smid Director may fix and charge for i al I altsl PriF
|-lmt of Ha ehmbes a fruit and proda services to him,. her, or them, in the picinc. or sale by all dealers. Price 50
S growers. Als the right to Own, contract for, packing, handling, marketing, shipping, and cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
ad oerte all neiry appliances tha thte elling of any and all of the produce, and New York, sole agents for the United
Sbapo Directors, at Y Ue2 ma y think material, which this Asociation is herein States.
e -sry for the fegillleaton of grow and autborised to handle and market. Rm be aon'
S i5S, the fmigatin ansd sprayingof trees ATICLX Remember the name-Doans-
and planosor the exctimon ofinget pesats ATICE XI. and take no other.
@ onthe lands belonging to the members of the It is hereby mutually agreed and fully
i Amoclation, and to charge therefore, and co- undentood, by and between ail the pernon
lout, such reasouable rates for mid servioes, becoming member of this Asociatioo, and ^ LA- weiah Durina * Niaht
as may be eatablihed by the Board of Direc- Airtheaore, folly understood and agreed, by Vou Lo- Wih Durin the Night.
torn from time to time, for the uase shove all penona who may hereafter become mem- Don't rush off at once to the doc-
mentioned. Aud mid Amodation shall be bereof thlbAociation. that oneofthe pr- t if you find that during your
eamowwered to enrgre in a brokerage factor poase and objects of this Aociation istobring nearly you
r' an~Iciauiniriiwion seling business, to prchiae about and carry into effect, asysofutu aleep you have lost four
boxes, paper, nails, and other packing mater- operation between the citnru and other pounds. And don't get worried if
L lal; to eugage in and conduct a drayaye, produce irowren of the State of Florida, In ro ge worn
tsafer, forwarding and shipping budsne; the picking, packing, handling, shipping and you find that a brisk walk has in-
to aurchs, hold, leave, or otherwise acquire marketing, of all citnu sfrJit, and other pro- voled a similar loss. Scientific in-
datht sad refrigerator carr wagons, dray, di usowned. and controlled by the members ,_a^- -knw that ti< kealthv
the boatst, vsla, sad other vehicea nd of this and kindred Amoeitionr in the State veetigation shows that the healthy
tl meoearynoactive powerand eqaIpment for of Florida; and to that cod that this Asacia- human being is losing and gaining
I' the *mam ad to eacage in the trssportatlon tion is created and organted in connection we.k through the whole twenty-
S bane ofal much produce, amt.rlal and with and under the Florida Citrus Euchange. weg tnrough te whole twety
oher ommlodites aa may be owned or (on- and will at all times co-operate with and four hours. You are lightest just
trolled bha i bat not as a common carrier. through aid Florida Ciu5r icbangte, a a before breakfast, but one hour later
And dsma of the anoe at will. Toborow part of thesysaem ofevurange. which goto
and loan mosy b pon mortgage onral make up, control, and operate aid Florida you may have gained twenty-eight
'etate orotherwise and generally totranact, Citrus Exchange. whose headquartersare now ounces, while, after losing and gain-
carr on, d perform ail much other usinem located IntheCityofTamup and State ofFlor. .-. ^ dlrina the dav a
gwemtfo&a!germain or incident to the Ida. And that afl citrus (rit and other pro- in of ad on (luring te day, a
purpe above mentioned. dnce placed in the hands of this Association, good dinner in the evening will add
ACsall be marked exclusively thrulul aid han thirty-four ounces to
Srr Florida Citrus Exchange. n es


T a y pa or pers, who is. or your avoirdupois. 'The biggest arop
omtUyfide Ior who isorAlCLE X w takes place while man is in the
bhar Ode it or prodauc growers, or who iTCLIII
orb me bender prerearoti ot wer uio t or That the ames and places of residence of takes orphe u, the man erge oin
orm thae toryb C a j t to the subscribing members and incorporators arm of Morpheus, the average loss
ie b dSq rten of this Amocation may -being three and a half pounds.-
aom a member of this An m6 at; but this There is more catarrh in this section of the London Scraps.
A oatdoim will ot at aay time reaeie nt no m try than all other diseases put together,
Its membeashi members of any kindred and until the last few years was supposed to
A-smsale;r whm fuhlt or produce lands am be iBemrable. For a great many yean doctors Do not be deceived by unscrupulous imita-
leamto e to ah other kladred Amo- mraeon d ita local dise, and prescribed ton who would have you believe that the
elation than they ae to thi Amoda ion. ml rSemdies, and by comtatly falling to imitation pills are good asDeWitt'sKidney
witmut tohe coamat of the Ammeeatd aurt a with local treatment, pronoaneed it in and Bladder Pills. There isn't anything just
adja nt to whee aid holdipag are located curable. Siencea has proven catarrh to be a as good as thee wonderful little pils for the
coomlthtiomal disease, and therefore requires reliefofbackache, weak back, la~anmmtion of
LAtIC". VI coetitatioaltreatment Hall's Ctarrh Cure, the bladder, urinary disorders ad all kidney
Nothiugl thtbee ArtieleshallbeG StUaod nuctnured by F. J. Cheney A Oo., Toledo, complaints. Any one can take DeWitt's
Sto ins rto with t bmIs nMal of rea Ohl the oal omtiLttonal cure on the Kidney ad BladderPills in perfect confidence
S_ la r a. It i m m -m l a l- 1 in l u. f n nrf wl amltia aold hw Ranmer Dru 8taorm


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ody requires that you mt a m o-
mt am t of food rgularly.
But this food mut be dlfged,
ad it must be delted thoroughly.
Wh the stomah can't do It,
ru mOst take somatbinl that will
help the stomach.
The proper way to do i to eat
what you want, and lot Kodol di-
gtes U food.

nothing ee can do this. When
h stomach is weak It needs help;
rou must help it by givtig It rest,
ad Kodol will do that.


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This offer appliUe thto U aq
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an ofbr, aunlen we psetively kua
what Kodol will do for you.
It would bankrupt u
The dollar bottleoattallta tt
- much as the ty est o tols

Kodol Is made at thetlaborator
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A PURELY VEGETABLE COMPUND.

CURES kWALL
A UARANTmM CUE for all dtiease caused by a TO9
POID U L One bottle pur .:. d to-day may save you a serious
sick spell tomorrow.
SMALL DOSE, LARGE mOTTLE-PRICE SOc. GC.ET THE GEU
BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT CO,
500.02 North Soeood Stee, ST. LOUIS, MO.
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The Difference
Seen here is apparent. Economy and
frugality begets
The Deposit Habit
Contraiwise, wastefulness and pro-
digality beget shiftlenela, leading
straight up to the sign of the "three
balls." This bank's excellent meth-
ods begets conservatism and safe-
guards depositors.
Your checking account is solicited.
The First National Bank
of St. Augustine, Fla.


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With our long experience on the market with fertili-
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to buy in great quantities at the most favorable times
and to obtain all concessions given for strictly cash sales,
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-
ery is made at our door.
Our factory is equipped throughout with labor-sav-
ing devices, therefore our fertilizer is handled at mini-
mum cost.
Our trade is so immense that the office expenses are
much less per ton than is possible in a smaller business.
Our every condition is favorable for economy and we
give you the benefit. While we make the BEST, we DO
sell the CHEAPEST.


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CURES RHEUMATISM AND ALL PAIN,
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mWurnsm Cm uaAUD S ALL ISNILA IUiATSIO
Price 25c, 50c and $1.00 Redu Al Substittes.
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.*nor m~ tete iqew has
|^a qsewte asw said he.
W4 Wt saw so Igsa of
S I aumsa oa the stage, nor
'p MSa e qW the proga.
Sftewand I met bin in the lobby
.t t a,. L,
S di nsot recagnie any of the
Syes,' I remarked.
ar e yo playingr'
S I am plai the part of
ries th iddler said he.
S"here was o such part.'
"'Oh, ye, there was. Didn't you
notice how they talked about him?
In the first act, in order to get the
eros of stage, didn't the sou-
brette put her hands over her eyes,
look o L. 4 E. and say, "Oh, girls,
Carlge the Fiddler is going to have
a dance on the green; let us
hasten or we will miss it," then
burs into song and skip off ? You
bet she did.
'hen, again, in the second act,
when the bell is tolled without,
doesn't the prima donna say: "Hark
that bell! That bell can stand an
awful lot of harkin, for who is
p11ng the rope but Carlos the Fid-

"'That is true, young man, but
they only talk about you. You
do not show yourself on the stage
during the whole performance.
"I am aware of that, but you
must remember I am as yet a raw
recruit. Still I feel I am on my
way to fame and glory, though the
path may be strewn with thorns.'
"Oh, if the hope and optimism
of youth could be with us in our
later ears!" sighed the veteran ac-
or.-N ew York Telegraph.

Unwritable Englih.
"Did you know that there is at
least one sentence in English that
ean be sp e", but that it is im-
posible to write asked a Univer-
sity of Pennsylvania senior. "Yes,
its correct ~glish, I suppose, and
then agin it isn't. Here is the sen-
tene, although I swear I don't
'kaow how you are going to write it:
'There are three twos in the Eng-
lish language.' You see, if you
spell it t-w-o the sentence is in-
correct, as it is if you spell it either
t-o- .or t-o. Catch the point?
really, it is incorrect to say it, al-
though it certainly should be pos-
sible to express the thought. This
thing has got me going, and it sim-
Sply goes to show what a mess the
English language is. There certain-
ly is a word 'two' and a word 'too'
and another 'to,' and they are all
three pronounced alike-two, too or
to-which makes it correct to say
there are'three twos' or 'three toos'
or 'three tea' in the English lan-
guage. But what's the use?"-Phil-
adelphia Record.


Methes and Huebands
Once I was young, now I am old,
and I have never seen a girl that
was unfaithful to her mother that
ever came to be worth a one eyed
button to her husband. It is the law
of God. It isn't exactly in the Bi-
ble, but it is written large in the
miserable lives of many unfortu-
nate homes. I am speaking for the
boys this time. If any of you chaps
ever come across a girl that, with a
face full of roses, says to you as you
come to the door, "I can't go for
thirty minutes yet, for the dishes
are not washed," you wait for that
girl. You sit right down on the
doorstep and wait for her, be,.au-e
some other fellow may come alon-
and carry her off, and right there
you lose an angel.-Bill Arp.

A Dubious Tribute.
The young theological student
who had been supplying the Bushby
pulpit for two Sundays looked wist-
fully at Mrs. Kingman, his hostess
for the time being. "Did you like
the aermon this morning, if I may
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neighbors tells me that she remem-
bers him best as a great tall man
in his shirt sleeves, gently moving
a baby buggy on the lawn while one
long arm and hand held a book
which he devoured. She, a little
girl then, remembers little more of
him until long after, when she saw
him as president in WVashington.
and he came out to see her, extend-
ing'his hand as cordially and simply
as he might have done over the gar-
den fence, with, "Why. Annie, how
glad Bob will be to know you're
here! '-Collier's Weekly.
Two bosom friends were at odd,
over the ownership of an umbrella.
"I tell you it's mine," persisted the
first man.
"And I say that umbrella's mine,"
asserted the other.
"You're wrong. I've had it for
six months at least. See the ini-
tials 'L. S.?"
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b me $10," id Brownlee.
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SQshe mid toMr. brown-

've $10," said Brownie..
NTatldw she r repied.99&e
mmn ea ch range it.
somewhat rel ntly Mr. Brown-
le prod edthe bill With equal
re stance the dealer refuted it.
"No gota change," he said. "Sat-
'day aftanoon. Put alls da mon ina
'But aren't there other shops
nea where they will change it for
youm?" asked Mrs. Brownlee.
"No lead shop," the Italian ex-
plained. "Boy gona home. Other
customer he want. buy. Gota stay
here.
Mrs. Brownlee was disappointed,
but not discouraged.
"I must say," she said, rather se-
verely, "that you don't seem very
anxious to make a sale. However, I
am bound to have that vase. Dear,"
to Brownlee, "suppose you get the
bill changed. You'll only have to
go down to the corner and buy a
*
r. Brownlee already had six
cigars in his pocket, but he obedi-
ently made a trip to the nearest to-
bacconist's for another. He selected
a strong, black cigar worth 15 cents
and offered the ten dollar bill in
payment.
"Smallest you've got?" asked the
clerk.
Brownlee lied and said it was.
"Sorry,' said the clerk. "I can't
change it. This is Saturday after-
noon, and we've put most of our
money in the bank."
Mr. Brownlee returned the cigar
and renewed his quest for small
change. The pursuit took him to
two more cigar stores, two groceries,
a drug store and a saloon. In theI
latter place, by appealing to all the
other thirsty customers present, the
desired change was finally secured in'
dollars, halves and quarters. Mr.
Brownlee then took his bearings.
He computed that in his wanderings
he had traversed a distance of four-
teen blocks and had consumed half
an hour's time. As a result of that
calculation he was in a bad humor
when he again entered the little
store.
"Here's the change," he said,
"and a confoundedly hard time I
had to get it tool"
Mrs. Brownlee patted his hand
sympathetically.
"Oh," she said. "I'm so sorry! I
shan't need it, after all. After you
went out I saw several other little
things that I liked, and I bought
enough of them to come to the
whole $10."-St. Paul Pioneer PrpA..
Linela's Beek and Baby Buggy.
Lincoln is never spoken of in his
family relations but as a kind hus-
band and devoted father. After
they had their own home on Eighth
street and his children were grow-
ing up around him, one of his


name applied to Hollanders, and
the Switzer rejoices in the name of
Colin Tampon.-Boston Post.
Of curious prayers a writer says:
"I have heard a layman utter this
petition during his prayer: '0 Lord,
be thou with us in our upsittings
and our downrisings'--a variant of
the text in the P.alhms, 'Thou know-
est my downsitting anid mine upris-
ing.' A minister occasionally in-
troduced a Latin sentence into his
prayer and forthwith proceeded to
translate it. Another minister in
his early days experien.- *** con-ider-
able difficulty with the lonn prayer
before the sermon. In nonconform-
ist churches this usually occupies a
quarter of an hour, but long before
this period had been reached he
was wound up. On one occasion.
while in this dilemma, he startled
his hearers with the words, 'And
now, 0 lord, I will relate unto
thee a little anecdote!' "-London
Standard.


ehw nid eo a- fri of the
mott b'ei to ,et ,d a

e ad cooked in the boiling
liquor in an ir pot, oat which
the ham therein jt boiled had
been lifted.
But we received from a person in
North Carolina named Pence this
commu aetion :
"You are all of about them drop
dumplings. You can't have 'am
'cpting with a biled hen."
It is this men ".nee who is off.
He has simply -afounded drop
dumplings, with an "o," with drap
dumplings, with an "a." Your dr'p
dnmpling is made of cornmeal;
your drap dumpling is made of
wheat flour. The one is cooked in
the liquor in which a ham. is
boiled; the other is cooked in the
pot with a fat hen. Drop dumplings
are to be eaten in thie season be-
tween backbones end spareribs and
hog jowl and turrip greens, where-
as drap dump'iugs come in be-
tween the black eyed pea soup of
the September and the backbones,
spareribs and sausage of the early
December, immediately succeeding
the glorious Indian summer.
Get your hen, and be sure she is
fat, so fat indeed that but two eggs
can he coaxed from her from a
Sunday to a Sunday. After she is
properly dressed separate her cor-
poreal elements until you have
breast, back, neck, legs, wings, head,
feet and giblets, including the egg
bag. Put this on to stew in an iron
pot and add some rashers of fat
and properly cured bacon. Let it
simmer for hours and when about
done put in some pods of okra, a
spoonful of boiled rice, black and
red pepper and salt to taste. Then
come your dumplings-the dough
left over from the sweet potato pie
crust. Drop them in, let it stew
till just done and then serve. That
is drap dumplings.
I They are very good, but nothing
like as excellent as your drop
dumplings, made of cornmeal and
cooked in ham liquor. The one is
for surly March; the other is for
radiant autumn.-Washington Post.
National Nioknames
Like individuals, the nations of
the earth have nicknames. The ap-
propriateness of some is quite evi-
dent. But to explain the origin of
others would be difficult.
Englishmen have submitted to
the name of John Bull as suited to
the national character. A Scotch-
man is Sandy. The Irishman gets
his nickname, Paddy, from his na-
tional patron saint, while an an-
cient nursery rhyme records the
fact that Taffy was a Welshman.
In England the Frenchman is some-
times rather contemptuously allud-
ed to as John Crepaud. But in
France he is Jacques Bonhomme or,
as a bourgeois, Monsieur Prud-
homme.
Cousin Michel is the nickname by
which the German is known to the
continental nations. Mynheer Closh,
an abbreviation of Nicholas, is the


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Joba Fia fitMorliM, asM a
--D o f einon jbtate aui4 f*
tremaIy aNve abot any Iwe
mae to Me0 gU a.l m in oA
eeMdma whn be was vidtia a
rind at his hoe in a beatia
toa in Comnetiekt the. hesm
and her daughter invited Mr. Fbik
to drive with them one morning.
The road is a pietuMesq m,
which winds along the river at the
foot of the mountains. At one point
the hostess suggested that the party
alight and walk a short distance
through the-field to get a particu-
larly attractive view. Around this
field was a high fence with no open-
ing but a narrow stile. The ladies
passed through and turned to wait
for their guest. For a moment he
contemplated the opening. To
squeeze through was impossible; to
climb over was equally impractica-
ble. Finally his deep bass voice
broke the silence. "Ladies, I think
we would better continue our
drive."
Children Cry
FOR FLETCHER'S
CASTORIA
Fruit Eflort.
A certain venerable citizen of a
Pennsylvania city entertains no
high esteem of his eldest daughter's
musical abilities.
There being a guest one evening,
the old gentleman was, to his dis-
gust, compelled to spend an entire
evening in the "parlor," while his
daughter accomplished her whole
repertory for the editcation of the

"Ah" said the latter, turning to
the old man when one selection had
been achieved, "there are some
songs that will never die!"
"You're right," growled the old
man. "My daughter puts in a good
deal of her time trying to kill em,
but unavailingly, sir, unavailingly I"
-Harper's Weekly.

Paying Him Out.
A boy went into a baker's shop
for a threepenny loaf. Thinking
that the loaf was rather small, he
remarked to the baker, smiling:
"You have not weighed it."
"Oh, you Xnver mind that," said
the baker. "It won't be so heavy
to carry."
"All right," said the to,, putting
twopence halfpenny on the counter
and walking to t' e door.
The baker asl!e' nOt."- 'imn:
"Here. 1)n** I .na. another
halfpenny."
"Never miitd l, t.*' -;aid the boy.
"It will be 1,-.<. for vil to co.r:nt."--
Illustrated Bite.




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20 Year

WithHeartTroaul
"Dr. Miles' Heart Remedy has
cured me of heart disease of
over 2o years' standing. I was
so bad that I could not do my
work, and could scarcely draw
a full breath without fainting or
smothering. The doctor toldme
he could do no more for me;
then I commenced taking the
Heart Remedy. I shall never
forget that night. I slept better
than I had before in months. I
kept right on getting better, un-
til I was perfectly well."
MRS. LAURA RUSSELL,
Logan, Iowa.
When the heart action is
weak, it fails to pump the blood
through the lungs with sufficient
rapidity. Then the lungs do not
absorb the proper amount of
oxygen, although they may be
taking in a normal amount of
air. The result is shortness of
breath, smothering spells, dil-
cult breathing, oppresd feeling
in chest. Dr. Miles' Heart Re-
edy strengthens the heart nerves
and muscles, and in this way
increases the circulation.
Get a bottle from your drug-
gist. Take it according to dires-
tions, and if it does not benefit
he will return your mosey.


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matterand bile will accumulate in the
m m and saue disease.

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or use inall eorderof the Liver. Sttou-
ach and BtwIelsL
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ble in 4 great niany hou M a vluhtS
s*ytemic tleslatr and lunvaurawr.
I is Pleaant to take. iureIlyv ptU1
an wil beunef it aif ken as dairecd.
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F M'l a h e- Tht at b ma own at
S" it a a wrtby r l of the two Ame-
onm ne, a n d the e med by Paul-
i. weesk ben wham he rmmatino the air
VU9 mo g V tln eh 0 4"3*U13to N41-6 eoonds 0
.eteeor, lal AN& Ul. i pomemed the additional a-
and t of being ftted with the Gnome

tslo *w o ihts of CAPTAIN AND ARTIST.
m SoKCI*'c* 1is no w g1ven eMter of the Devonian Alo Writes
af to t*w oMu As the $son and Petry.
1 .o ? : ts'? 1l08, It is no eay position, that of cap-
S" woa S tlo eation history fain of a big steamship. Besides the
r r UlS t S t8 that altiftrious duties of the office and
, h *ighOet li sowd the pOmi-fs
of I.:r- '-ra-a l tl m air o ue h~t worry and responsibility, there are
L or at Pt Myer, o the Rhelme the nervous passengers to be looked
1 We will doubtles mad as the after and given assurance that sword-
S tvoWl point in 1900 toward llutrat- fish and whales are not going to attack
tag tbe hmllllat advance of aviation. the vesl.
S A yar ago even tie Wrighta had not Captan Alfred Trant. while always
a (lrmte4td coedusteldy to tbhe the alert for the comfort of his
tat they had masteed the a-
Ct of flight It is true they had done
m 1 M5 by their sern rights at
Dart their bet f eight bein slightly
over hrty-eifght mluutes. Tbi has
sce beens accepted as correct. but all
tit the world know one year ago of
lmkowlelpld dyjtg wa that Dela-
a I by his Bight of 15 minatesa
-8e0so 64 Rome oa May 30, held the
IeWoor for the le* at tinu uIn the air.
Wilbur Wright adved in lrance In
S AugMt.an ea m Ag. 1. t1O9 made a
fltt of 8 mintes 1 245 seconds. sm-
ply a a ermme r of whet be was about
to do a math later. Blerlot had made
a tow amell Bights with his money
plam, hrmans bad wee the ArAbdes.
Sco priWse and ad s-Leeded lm in I-
SIng 1 t- air a few ubateis and i









passengers and the safety of his ship.
Si, a master mariner, however, who
Sfids time on a voyage to paint plc.
tures in oil, write song and. compose
verses that are of more than ordinary
perit. For the past fifteen years ha.
bas been using the palette and brush
and now has a collection of fifty paint
lags, some of which have been ad-
mired and pralsed by artists of na-
stnal reputation.
When the weather is bad Captain
Trant spends his spare time writing
Sverse or composing song. He Is Eng-
SM I f bred and born and master of the
this country Goen0 L. Curties the at- layland liner Devonian.
a" *- ae emaut was barely beginning
i h & ffper&Wmentt Doa't lt the baby saftdbr from eesemreLoam
h achiemetsr Curts t r amy Itchina of the skiln. Dean's Ointment
ugive lntant relief, curs quickly. Perfectly
hels--- were sat triumph or sfe for children. All drofpri sell it.
A m a and an American machine
ae mauke bhi a bfue of worldwide A Feat of Swlamenhip.
W3n n ria ci s. I dwos N aspoleon, it is msaid, one day met
e the iatenttoma, up msh that the an old one armed soldier and asked
urAmantluAl avatibO Coatests will be where h lot his arm.
Iad li this country next year On the him where t um.
Nomd day of the meet at Rhelms Cur- "Sire, at AUtOrltZ.
l ew sidx and one.tfth miles in 8 "And were you not decorated ?
minutess 85 8-5 seconds breaking all "No, mis".
previro records for this distance. On "I'bea.here is my own cross for
SAg~. J he won the lnternatlbmnalt cup yeO. I maske ya chealer."r
b .ytsin twelve and two-ittbh mr es mYouy mamty makes me cheva-
In 16 minutes 50 8- seconds, and the lier -beeaueI ayve lost one arm.
r' blwinr day he low 18w lesu in Wlt would your majesty have done
15 minute 0 245 second, winning the
m laP speed otmt. Many of the had I lost both?"
Sether contestants did good work. On "Oh, in that cm I should have


SAg. 14 Bleriot smashed the world's madG you omer o mte legion.
speed record by fying six and one- Wherepon the soldi immedi-
Sfh mu esn a mautes 4 seeonds atey drew hi sword and cut of his
ortis hs be m ufctur m-actrg other arm.
t or bicyles f several year at hid
acbtoy In Rimmuon sport. N. T.
Quckly realsing the fatre of aerial Om Way e could Hiep.
lht, be wasr one of the earliest In
Ames o devote carl attention to An eatern college graduate ap
t1 matnafetrs of aero a tors ped for work in a Michigan lum-
Swas Invited by Proftwor Alexander eamp. He was told to get busy
OGabam Bel to become ooe of the o one end of a cross saw, the other
Smb, nrs of the latte's AerialB x- end being in charge of an old and
Spedaat association, and with the experienced lumberman. At first all
Septid on thoe experiments carr1 d went well, but at the end of the sec-
Sot at Baddec. Nova Botr. last ond day the young man's strength
wntr the greater part of th wo ww ane. Suddenly the old
ea Deat in IMs r srod man stopped the saw and spat.
w: a -B- as rsis* N to m. Ida "Sonny." he said, not unkindly,
aspefsseba. wrmos r "I don't mind yer ridin' on this saw,
W W1ag m -Y-N ers**ln. ibut i it's jeet the same to you I


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her class upon the formation of the
globe.
"Now, what country," she said,
turning to the dunce of the class,
'is opposite us on the globe?"
"Dunno," answered the pupil.
"Come, come" said Miss Whack-
emall. "Suppose I were to bore a
hole through the earth here and you
were to go in at this end. Where
do you think you would come out?"
"Outer the hole, miss!" shouted
the dunce and went down one.

Mahogany wood was first import-
ed by England in 1724, although in
1597 Sir Walter Raleigh demon-
strated the great value of this wood,
which was used in repairing his
ship at Trinidad. From 1724 un-
til the discovery of the mahogany
forests of Africa by Stanley Eng-
land and continental Europe were
heavy purchasers of mahogany
from the West Indies, Honduras
and Mexico. A great part of the
mahogany mad in this country in
weary years ame from Europe, it
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and will have especial supervision over
the negotiations of treaties. The Im-
portant Japanese treaty is to be en-
tered into within the next two years.
and Mr. Hoyt will devote himself
largely to the framing of this measure.
After completing his public school
education in Wilkesbarre. Pa.. where
he was born fifty-three years ago, Mr.
Hoyt entered Yale university and
graduated with honors. He then at-
tended the University of Pennsylvania,
where be took up the study of law.
He practiced in Pittsburg for some
time and In 1883. through his father.
ex-Governor H. M. Hoyt. was made
assistant cashier of the United States
National bank In New York. In 1886
he went to Philadelphia as treasurer -
of the Investment company, but re-
signed later and resumed his law
practice.
Mr. Hoyt entered the offlc of Judge
8hirasa n 1800 and later became a part-
ner of Colonel Dechert. In 1807 he
was appointed assistant attorney gen-
eral of the United States and later
became solicitor general. His father
was governor oi Pennsylvania In
187983.
Both Presdent Taft and Seeortary
Knox are delighted that they have
been able to secure the services of Mr.
Hoyt for the position to give the new
oflee a proper dignity from the start.
Your complexion as your temper is render-
ed miserable by a disordered liver. By tak-
ing Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets
you mm improve both. Sold by all dealers.

Not So Easy as He Looked.
The passenger train had halted
in an isolated rural district on a
summer afternoon. The "smart"
young man aboard, who volunteered
to furnish amusement for the pas-
sengers, discovered an awkward
country lad sitting on a stump not
far distant Seizing the opportunity
for some fun, he cried: "Hello,
sonny Do you live in these parts?"
"Yaas," drawled the youth.
"Say, do you have any fools
around here ?"
"Nary one," came the response.
"We sent for a carload last week,
but wasn't looking' for them yet."-
Judge.
Where he Would Exit.
Miss Whackemall was lecturing


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CASTORIA
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S PALDING'S LINE


Sporting Goods

Is what you need Mr. Florida Merch-
ant to make your investment in this
stock a success.

The Best Quality, The Best Known, TheBest Profts

We are agents for the State
We sell at factory Prices
We save you freight

THE H. & W. B. DREW CO.


JACKSONVILLE, FLA.




FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY


LOCAL TIME CARD No. 79.


Corrected to Sept. I, 1909


No. o. No. 7 No. 82 ;
S M.AIN LINE ,D D.
DAILY DAILY MAIN LINE DAILY ; DAILY 1:
( uU pm; 9 :0 am Lv Jacksouville A r 7 :) pm a : am.'
pm'lo .' .m Lv t.Aotgnstlne Ar A 05 ipm i 7 0am ,
i27 pm:I1 i am LvE .E-t Palatka Lv 1 0 pm 98 am .,
01 pm! I ppm Lv... Ormond .... Lv 3 26 pm| am.'j Pnllm
S14 pm I 4 plu Lv ...DyDatona ..Lv 3 14 pm4 15 am
S5 pm 2 li Bpm Lv .New Smyrna Lv 2 O pm 340 am oprae
o 00 pr' J 36 pmLv .Titusvllle... Lv 12 pm i 27am teen Ji
103 pm I, Imt.v.....OCoe Lv 24dpm t am
10 47 pm 4 pmm i Lv Mockledge.. Lv 1'! 42 pm I 44 am
il 2U pmi 457 pmil.r .Eau iallte .Lv 12 10 pm 112am V'llm
II DO paO 07 pm.v Melbourne L.v 12 u2 pm I O8 m i Iwn s
I 28 am 7 06 pm I.v ... Pierce .. Lv to A am '110 pm Key ov
48 am 17 pm 1. W. Palm each Lv 8 04 am 40pm north o
6 s am 'lt I pm A ..A Miami Lv 530 am 6 00 pm ontra
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S20 am ... .L. IomeAt.ad. Lv ...... 410 pm
10 44 am ... Lv I.on Key L .........1 46 am:'
II 0 am ...... Ar Klthl- Key_ L ......... I 00 ami
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6 30 am .!Ar Havana .... L :13 00 pm I
Sunday. Tuesday and Tbursdays. arrival! at Key West.
ITuesdays. Tursdays and Saturdays. departures from Key West
:Mondays, Wednesdayr and Fridays. arrivals and dep artures at Havans


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mum _LO Wal era dA wI7e@eLse ol PaM-Up Capital, 5eof


ru . W. Mmo. .d hsW WAMaedamn r Average DepeTdts, admse e1
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at oM.an'a e n bAus AFit no ad tat this Amsdola-or
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1. i s limb i ha a d me 1--e rtIalfotu. m.e. e- [atohta.o eam-d shalllll shii I ha rg Illllr lllhl IIe r igad hanfld-
"hles miv Im aru tn thas unMder sm of o

r shall ay p m laet a nroweof citr"s or ofa pt service pa tre ateMat, o or every
Kt. I atme er f member of this k wri sM A, gI cn wit conervtve a at me


a a ssl tn ma to me PODIS-Empe Trust Compay, headway, New York City; The At-

* Iila Rgv.2 of ths Annsisthn that hO deair so to hutic National Mink of Jacksonvle, Jacksoeville, Florida,
S s i hi uS th prpses for whI this A withdraw his rcito oher produce fri.om the T TU IE IITD A



S-V o m "aa ro is l ae to buy le, e t, sell, oc.py ne, but i thagt eventmaid mwhnmber 1 GNRivinAn.
A7Er wa wimi m aSd aSne, boiild sam gdIseof ill reel min ad pe- not, se to t ad member of s Amoaa-







*s. ,.-l opity wh h may be emary or thou, and all rights and prvilege I ma id-o i -- - -" -
S los.ovalet for the eodmte of Its hms laem and Amdsa d lo, LARGEST AND OLDEST BAKmember hO llT



Sbto bu l d, leeIo and rent apeking houses for thoreupon cese and determine. Provided, I
Pr. C 8. Hall md UaUr, q M w the paknag of aorit, ao to pu1hase all however, sd t is hereby m and flly
Mane M nit Aads ( cam material that may be esy or convenient understood b all pens.. Jig this A.mo-
Smarkd etA Aatom sl, am aseo ht, iavtrs rafrit ofitd his hcalt or produce through an other





Plat, aspMr.onN's t, tordn-|ad pedae, whdch ay be grownlwith~old lg ameI fom asis AssocaaiooI
r. +"r esudlomd by memnabe of thruswos eo e rlr
F^d-Ir P(IIQT __it __as ^*forffany oneyr yea pparnted prompt irvic, polit thMereia d












Dr. ,-- eabs ,, le ofr Rio d Jnio dl. and for liuidateld damages to this Asca-e rntod
* WPam aing bo n ... an iA d k es n t Lbdv men, tion, for muh with w ad l the mum of a itch
u M riSa over to the -as- -at. lad e ofrlt and produe growes ty eIntsw per boix for all citrus fruit or other
-. ry hasi taken a home In in th Statel. A-. to purchase ad prdato de, produced by him during the year of
Sfor winter o Mrs. odrymal to the members of this Amaeatlon such said withdrawal, and so withdrawn by him. Handl Finest
sad t Miedlaua aeoo.nt of f rtilisar, ad fumlwung and spmayln im-. t is further hereby understood Hseaav y and She lf H ar war
*o i ,5rn i AWCLt hIT Hea lyanticdNonalBaheofJacksonvileJacko l. FloiH ardwade
tsad W Mr. mmd Mrs Hairy HPrut ma tthe -pr-fr whiemh thmas beaon withdow has it or nther produaprce ho tfo m O TA
od it a 1wrrm_ wA mw A hod dtMof u rel nd pDr- oticeo eos to be a eaber ofmid Ath Amo






i y. Mr. Haletdry Will sanemh or emva et for thw e fertily ton wise to retiur and prmoi this Aegs tio n,
Swith them. aof dad, or Bthe fmigatian or prbylug of and Aereii, thel right of idmember, tha he
Sd --ad O l ltresean, whihod belong ug to the mem-rdapoo by, and with the nt onlyided, of. a
SQI gL al md tde heamk na s o0 n. Arlo i to rrhy alndl horl of the Bord of Dire tor of thlly O
Mhu I md M n cma e material thr e n e ar otconvenient nde nood y all p r s-
S. H. Smth has just lm- ormer M ,ar the pa ftaurprepoof Ianseg t i.m agan st him and nome previotuye paid. a th-
!d ol2SA l&WmASMore dwelling f imt, orr lo rida rown product f, for dra Aociation by drn
Sl Mre ith marlt A mtoell, a entm fruit an fruit of his fruit or prodae throw a r C






A, thetaig tltoo, ad~a other hkide ad Tarieat of froiTa oorae thanhroh the ociati oi c me at al tim
entMYr. CW, fordi- d'lPodoe whic may he grown withhold is fty years from thiand after the














Mr. y bs the contract t at any ttime, m y thin d oit rporation. the eft
rio wood l the u A drppernas Abo to r i in y ot pod, ll forfe to the AisL a -nd 5 oof n w
m r ad plas or the e icMi on om insect prt, Thato the os of id Assoiati on







,,oa"d to chre heremeefor, vad o r a Bsrd of Di retrs, a Paldet a one o ur peciaties
SWnNi to thi aon. te linr elof fnuit end prmembode fty ent per boh. for all dtus fruit or otherll be







ADha Hn hIs my lega" write n J. A. ts meh eoridae at for caid sviceh Prodne prode e d by him d ident an Viear of
o~imm, wart w fr inM HTy rea ease all to the heod b the Boad of ationn Prid eith, dal, ando be thran b him.t and
sA th5E edena ile maa 5 ae ontiud. And aid A n shal mitinbe idayin im t farther herebh ndo them sad at te tmeed
sed me sS tad d l wle" n l abl e for em b to ei eyhe th in a tndo msebe a smemer of this e .








skin eptiom, cumma, sa t rheum, blle, feovr land ommlui selling bsienm, to purchin Aeociation, and a director n the am-. AM SOlicited and promptly filed
M s e atBo MdDrIon D l rethirsin I waho h w ithdmurn his frm t or pro wm e rom a an malf








as-mBre r se c frod l to time. by thebgir rnortia to be this Amo~latione sabod the ame perse. arnad t









INDIANOLA T*ie !ems hold, or w agalaim number of Directorm of ths Amoectlon shal
h W Mr..HiD dry" efrMlgerat for the a, dray, be three, but d the onthid Association, witut
W. P. G r r s at hs M I ftsani other vprehines, and -eernlelt ofhe rischrtr, may. me, that he
lad Mbe for a fw days at i Bai trdhe esary motive power eio met m- my do by, tod it two-thrds vote ofts Dient only, of ate
The Dr. has tAto Mert a r ~i o mtr o by and ditorty, d ray at anrr tim, ft so -
Cret Ollb s y in. eoMsded the Board r ree mal A-roatiorn a ptnamtiea that hame been n an LrBinR DY & BR O.








cA.Mr H. &.i.tuej om- oll boyoImmt fr the tnvotaou of ir-oe aeItedicto ms, adeces its drentotp e aidol 1" 0 In1d SA oY ill J
ri.r That the termed t rn thi m n0 is complete at allBut at o e shall







Mrs. on d M A. r Ad to pe the ame at wil. Tomorrow the n umber of id Direwtor be inAcreaed to
Heoaz PML&d the o -ralI"rng a"d spryUing of tram r uS
.s phto o the extinctionls oinect pb Thotm number, taLn the l numberoc0tio o a f G r a al alFio







Iatmn iRo, r pot or, t y toltraeloct, sbe membtmtheb ra a a OTt i crine ll beoiedee sS
S-. tamio d to t- la uA g he theinor n d dent ood o a rein seid te naa We hdle rduce ofkinds. es for ape Ferti We del elvl







tea sadism.en uroses aov e mentionedad residences of the towers who are hereby in the above lines of goods and solicit the tade of all consumers, Write us for pric e*
Mr. n d Mrs. J. m. Field were ov. ARTICLE Vd e noo ofthiso- Gran and all cerie delmvee at ar -a ti. BRADY BRO.. Tid Ve-
Wrom, CoeatW Sday visit ying roete-iv. ay e hhoedon for the by the Board of Direy Pr t. ehall a be the Prid tent and
Mr. tM J. Field od anwife ad M. J ten or peo t, who es, or are and ntil its other director leally Quotations for large or small oer w
Sw" Ina" for in a e factor of filing id office, be a member of thi given per DRUG STORE







R-Id wi. aind --- -lt wt W Ter ora ae on ar --Ierdetrie --w frui or---.._
t u ITmas.t atrheua mboilo. ever wihianntiheterit bomnex to purchwe SSi nsl d solicited and promptly filled















CaptLDart Feld. p gathr the ia.uaters of this Asciaton m y be- F. W. Laohe, Cor a, Florida.
swvtenaM aired cfa we there. cm at me mber. of thris A citation u; .but thisL Alleni Co s Flrid have a Secret ryL
BIt DsU S Cl; to eMspe in MAd Conduct a aeFancy rerArticl besh of which o may Statonerybe

















day* with chol hiln -rom Cur Aisia who ruit or pro du ce lnsATIrcLE oo an Sod Water, Ice Cream, Fresh Drugs, Chemicals

r rbl thaout the .ommnt of the Ao ation t from it membe, and other fruit, veetble Mail orders solicited and promptly filled. Will order anything we
Iioemtol n lare adjacent to whe, maid hold Lins a Ire loted. ndproduceoersresented or serve haven't in stock
4 0lf- vaw rflandcur lvaresrwa gids by thsibe Asrsi, atothe sud homeioation, and.









Shet blood enriched and In the Ar shll be construed reton to be paid to aerd Associat y timeon,
Id the world. It is rey ve eat Htheing l te pwirt a e.niaent for as atwo-thdirdcorte of fix n record. neret o
i7 harmless, -a sh ui you be a uSi Urer t teee he boa t o re diretory m, her or them ny time p o - -- - -









from diasme ye will use it if you are w te the tr of ropert, together with packing, handling, marketing. sh og, si g s l andr
t All dMr. the fruit or other p ce going thereon, elling of ra and all of the p rtoace, nidAY
IdIrgeitat the time of d by t eale; that is tom a r at Bcat tt htso ti al herein ual
M. E MdimNOIadn. A.Ko if any per o who has sined his orme ratho nme to handle and Dmarket. to









for pny p lartica year for plain the racrse x Pure Ice Manufadtured from Distilled Water
Notrma 1s HnnT (. aw, That four (4) ros th growi on his orher landnumbe of d to be dr
weeks fm date hereof the undersigned will in e and of the shell sll It hereby mutually agreed and fully Promp lres Made to all Shipping Polts n the Forida Est Coast
R.Wf .8 4 .pread to an St- noa- ni w! anm rincidntnto the of diredbon herein spodfied roha the names We handle produce ofal kinds. Weare ascents forMaps'e Fedetlebcln.^
tentie adience on S0ynday. Puroseovea mentioned. and reidences ofthegrowes who are hereby In the above lines of goods and sicit the trade of all comaen Write n* fr price -s




Capt BItFth patyJ fathr the headq~uarero thi. A-ociatio maybe v -. _r2-to, Vnri a


1 apply to the Honorable Albert W. Gilehrt, or dipoe of his land in good &ith; then understood, by and between all the persons
Governor of the State of Florida, for Letter and in that event the said seller and purchas- becoming members of this Association, and M...
Patet incorpor il t them their ameiates or are released, if they so desire. from the furthermore, fully understood and agreed, byT A A T T"^ TT T M
and *scomrom, nto a body politic and corpo obligations of having fruit or produce rrown allpersons who may hereafter become mem-
ate, under the ame of the Courteay Citra upen the land so Gold. marketed or handled bers of this Aociation, that one of the pur- A A
ss__. o. uner te f o g under the authority of this Amociatian. poss and objects of this Asociation is tobrnng
troiweem s-caon. under ne following ATIC VII about and carry into effect, a system of mutual Dealers In ,f an(
tmr Artices of l^orpor he ractu tion between the citrus and other Staple and enc
o n tr.bl. H ll beo n rfil ein te otroe ofathl lace where the principal busine produce growers of the State of Florida, in pt COm ttvi- P.Cs ...
fir^ o.*r of add herethite patranaeisP1otCompetiUve Prices
of the St of Florida, in the Cityoertl f id soaion i to be tract s the picking, packin, handling, shipping.and -
fhas rin alime ofthe pliction of Courtmey, County of Brevard, Statei of ofallcitrs frtt. and other p- GASOLINE, CYLINDER OIL, CUP GP A E, ETC.
this Fla.Ad.t n....u....... l ... o reduce owned. and controlled by the members
thisMace. Flcorida. And theannual metinip tbeof this and kindred Aociations in the 8tate A TT TA an vR m
DaNd thMs 3kday ofAu a 10 I .member of this Adociation shall convene t of Florida; and to that end that this Amcia- A LL UCAAFLAL
A ugIusta or orw. l. id place on the fim Tuesday in May, of each tion is created and organized in connection
A ls eof a-"e-na- s to w ran r ad ever yar, at which time and place itl with and under the Florida Citrus Exchange,
ims ..mw sPete m 00311. mDircorssall be elected and Indoed nto and will at all times o-operate with and EAST COAST LUM BER & SUPPLY CO
Own sa.rt r ugh oldlWrir Aa e af EAST COAthS LUMsBER &orars SUPPLY
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