Group Title: Florida star (Titusville, FL)
Title: The Florida star
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Title: The Florida star
Uniform Title: Florida Star (Titusville)
Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Star
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: S.W. Harmon
Place of Publication: Titusville ; Cocoa, Fla.
Titusville Fla
Publication Date: 09 24, 1909
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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: VID00720
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
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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hdt Inow herWig to EKvat
Y rur About Ton
Barges ta every department at
I k .Kline's this week.
Mr. A. W. Lee sod hs little -foot
motor beat, Harry, last week to Mr.
S fre d B.Blask.
Mr. R. W. IRhod returned from
New York this week and after looking
at a grove left Wedneday for Miami.
Mr. Raymond J. James arrived in
town Tuesday fromh his home In Yalha
wer he has bee quite ill for several
.weeks with fever.
*.Mr. C. A. Robinson, of Eden, was a
p eam er on the south bound train
SW ehday, returning home from a trip
thregh Georgia
We learn this morning that Miss
Magle Gruber and Mr. G. W. Hnford
wTe married in Jacksoville Wednes
day. No further parletipus known.
Miss Nina Arnold stopped off here
from Friday until Sunday to visither
ister, Miss Franes Arnold, on her re-
torun oes at alabar from Chattanoo-
SOrviue Wribt Mullkin is the name
of the yeou ma who arrived at the
Mullkin hore in South Titusville yes-
teoday morning. Dad Mullikin is the
prodest man in town and mother and
s are both doing nicely.
Miss Loa Parrish from Lake Butler,
arrived Sum having been appointed
to the pr. department in the Titu-
vlle Hih School to assist Miss Glad-
win, as.the bg eaollment in this de-
partment lqUde two teachers.
Messrs. R J. TaRoche, F. W. La-
Roche, B. B. LaRoche and R. B. La-
Roehe, four brothers, of Courtenay and
Cocoa, also Messrs. F. A. and Jas. B.
LaRache, younger members of the La-
Roche family, were all in Titusville
Monday coming up in R. B. LaRoche's
roomy launch.
The launch Bonita carried a pleasure
party to the ocean beach Saturday.
Messrs. Kent Robottom and Rufus
Robbins carried the Bonita's tender
across to the Chester Shoals house of
refuge and successfully punchedd her
through the surf and rowed to sea. On
returning to the beach theywere not so
lucky, the dinghy filled and was slightly
injured. The party was made up of
Mrs. G. M. Robbins and family, Mrs.
Robottom and family and Miss Arm-
strong. They all report a fine time.

OwNasS or TrrusviLa:
Before your city council (three of
whom will be elected on the 4th Monday
in October) will come the question of
allowing animals to run at large on the
streets. In order that the council may
carry out the wishes of a majority of
its tax-payers and property owners, I
call on all such to express their wishes
in writing to the city council on or be-
fore the first Monday in October. Do
not fail, a it is of much importance to
the welfare of the city.
Sept. 2nd, 1909. Mayor.
Bureaus, dre, dressing stands
Wash-ta.ds, refrigerators, springs
Mattresses kitchen safes, ice cream
freezers (White Mountain), chairs
Tables, wardrobes, iron beds, rugs
Mattings, art squares, carpets.
CaAs. A. GARDNER, 'Phone 342

For Sale Cheap for Cash
About 88 acres of good high land
on the east or ocean side of the In-
dian river at the Narrows, described
Ps follows: Lot No. 3, section 35,
also lot No. 3, section 36, in township
31 south, range 39east. This landis
unimproved but finely located. For
further particulars address.
E. M. Low,
Brockton, Mass.
Bargains in every department at
rnin'.. *es. ..ek

amG Oo. V. Tmn hipuik
Get in the habit of shopping like
your wife does. Look around and
com re styles, quality and prices.
We invite comparison for we have
every confidence in the superiority of
of Schlos Bros. Clothes. All things
considered-style fit. tailoring, hon-
est materials iide and out-you get
a great bargain every time you buy
a Scloss garment. Investigate and
become convinced. Large shipment
ust arrived, of all that is new, in
Fall Clothing. Prices from $10 to
$22.50. For style and quality at
reasonable prices give us a call.
Ote Mce Cltar Stre
Titusville, Florida.
Munson Makes a Proposition
GEORGIANA, FLA., Sept. 22, '09.
Editor of Tr FLOPDoA u TAS :
Dear Sir: Please allow me space
in your paper for a few words to the
orange growers living on the south-
ern part of the Island.. I wish very
much to be a member of an associa-
tion, and so part of the Citrus Ex-
change. We are too few in Geor-
glana to equip and run a packing
house economically, and so I make
this suggestion:
let the growers living or owning
groves on the Island, from Geor-
giana to the point, form ONE associa-
tion and have our packing house at
Eau Gallie. Banana river growers
could work in the same association.
With Capt. Casper's boat running
as it does at present, it is easy for us
to get together at Georgians, have
abundant time for our meeting and
return the same day.
Now, fellow-growers, if you are
interested, send me a card, suggest-
ing a time for the meeting.
Let us get at work soon.

Remember The Alpine for lodging
and quick lunch when in Titusville.

Kline's Gents Furnishing Dep't
Men's neglige shirts, made of an
excellent quality of percale, the fa-
mous Princely shirts, worth 75 cents
and $1.00, Monday only 56 cents each.
Men's clothing at a greatly re-
duced price.
Men s Douglas shoes custom made
in box calf, gun metal and velour,
lain or cap toe, worth $3.00, special
Titusville, Florida.

Death of J. G. Bast
J. G. Bast, age 61 years, died at
Daytona Tuesday of blood poisoning.
Halifax Lodge F. A. M. had charge
of the burial and interment was made
in the Masonic lot in Pinewood ceme-
tery Wednesday afternoon.

Fresh Bean Seed-Just received.
Extra Early and 1,000 to 1.
E. L. BRADY & BRO. Grocers,
Titusville, Fla.

Wanted-Real good organizer for
real good fraternal proposition; pays
$10 per week, sick and accident; one
policy pays for two; death benefit,
$100 to $500; write for particulars.
Box 789, Sanford, Fla.
The Novelty Store

Is the cheapest place in town to buy
school supplies. Give us a call. One
door west of Duren's market.



SmOething Abt the Pople of Titu.
ll a u They Come ua 6o
Judge L. W. Bethel, of Key West,
formerly lieutenant governor of Florida,
was in Titusville Monday, calling on his
old-timefriends, Mrs. Js. Pritchardand
Mr. F. H. Boye, on his way to the Is-
land City.
Mr. and Mrs. C B. Kinngmn arrived
homp the first of the week from White
Springs. They gave up their trip to
Jacksonville for the present. Mr.
Kingman will resume his run on the
Sanford branch as mail clerk next week.
Miss DeWitt, of Baltimore, arrived
Tuesday afternoon on a visit to her
cousin, Mrs. H. G. Utley, and will spend
the winter in Titusville. Miss DeWitt
will be pleasantly remembered as hav-
ing spent the winter here two years
Tituaville 4, Fort Pierce 1
The Fort Pierce baseball team,
which has been having things all
their own way all summer down the
coast, and bragging pretty heavy
about it too, brought their "long
green" up to Titusville yesterday
and parted with it-the Titusville
nine having arranged the first of the
week for a game with them on the
diamond here for a hundred dollars
a side, and we won the money on a
score of 4 to 1.
We guess Fort Pierce decided'yes-
terday that Titusville's baseball boys
are not in the Oak Hill-Aurantia
class, as they so boldly announced in
the Fort Pierce papers a few weeks
The game was a pretty one from
start to finish. Titusville would have
shut out the visitors but for the fact
that Wade in center field and Battle
at home plate thought two men were
down and Wade's catch put side out,
when Battle threw down his mask
and mit and Wade threw the ball
back of home plate and Bullock scor-
ed from third.
DeCourcey made the first run for
Titusville in the fourth, and in the
seventh Battle, Tucker and Norwood
scored amidst the greatest excite-
ment ever witnessed on the Titus-
ville diamond.
In the handling of the stick Titus-
ville'did the best batting, and no er-
rors were noted in the field on either
side. Tucker's pitching was too
much for Fort Pierce, for he did
most effective work, not allowing but
two hits. Baker allowed six hits.
The visitors are anxious for a re-
turn game and their manager, Dr.
W. E. Vanlandingham, handed THE
STAR the following challenge last
To the Titusville Baseball Team:
We hereby challenge you for a game
of ball to be played at Fort Pierce on
Thursday, Oct. 7th. or any day of that
week. In case this game is won by
Fort Pierce a third game will be played
to decide the series, place of playing to
be decided by both teams.
The umpiring was fair and impar-
tial as far as could be seen by disin-
terested spectators, Mr. Kingman
acting in that capacity for the home
team, and Mr. Pope for the visitors.
The line-up for the two teams was
as follows:
Fort Pierce Titusville
Evernden c Battle
Baker p Tucker
Bullock 1 b DeCourcey
Munch 2 b Rogero
Jenkins 3 b Johnson

R. Vanlandingham as Norwood
Rainey I f Revels
E. Vanlandingham c f Wade
Brown r f Cowart
Nomination Town Officers

MONDAY, SEPT. 20TH, 1909.
Twelve yards of best Amoskeag
checs on Monday only for $1S.
Just received a shipment of mer-
cerized poplin in all the leading
shades, looks just like silk worth 35
cents a yard, special for 25 cents.
Natural linen, worth 35 cents per
yard, special 25 cents.
Another quality worth 50 cents for
29 cents.
New and up-to-date patterns in
ginghams, toil du nord and Bates'
searsuckers and solid colored chain-
brays, suitable for children's school
dresses and boys' blouses, at 12%
cents per yard.
Madras in fancy colored stripes,
worth 35 cents a yard, special Mon-
day for 25 cents.
Flaxon, the latest white material
for suits and ladies' dresses, just like
pure linen, 25 cents per yard.
A good quality of white lawn,
worth 35 cents for 25 cents per yard.
A good quality of India linon,
worth 20 cents for 15 cents per yard.
A good quality of India linon,
worth 20 cents for 12% cents per
Bargains in dimities, ranging in
price from 123 to 25 cents per yard.
Ladies' guaranteed hose, six pairs
for $2.. guaranteed for six months.
Ladies' fancy belts in all styles,
worth 75 cents, Monday's special 59
Dutch collars in all styles and de-
signs for 25 cents each.
Titusville, Florida.

Hastings Wins Game
The return ball game with the
Hastings team Saturday afternoon
was won by the potato boys on a
score of 8 to 2.
The game started off all right in
the first inning-no runs on either
side; but after that Hastings piled
up 4 runs in one inning while the
home nine were marked up with
goose eggs.
McLendon pitched the first six in-
nings for Titusville; then Wade was
placed in the box. Tucker pitched
the whole game for the visitors, and
put up most effective work. After
the sixth inning Titusville commenc-
ed to score and also shut out the
visitors-but it was too late to win
the game.
The Hastings boys felt good over
winning one game during their
weeks' tour of the coast, the next
closest contest being their tie with
Cocoa; Fort Pierce beating them 2 to
1 last Friday afternoon.
Limeade, delicious, healthful and
cold, 5 cents, Banner Drug Store.
Church Notes
Rev. H. F. Harris will preach at
Mims Sunday morning and at Titusville
at night.
Rev. Wm. Stones will preach on Sun-
day at Titusville at 11 a. m., and at
Oak Hill at 3:30 p. m.
The Rev. W. H. Cresson will have
services at St. Luke's, Courtenay, on
Sunday next at 10 a. m. All are invit-
Dean Robottom will officiate in St.
St. Mark's church, Cocoa, on Sunday
morning, September 26th at 11 o'clock,
and in St. Gabriel's church, Titusville,
on Sunday evening at 7:30 o'clock.
Everybody is cordially invited.



PesouTl Patnpi Iot PHIp tat

Dr. Miller. Dentist. Titusvill.
Have you seen that special sde offer
of skirts at Kline's this week?
The voting contest at the Titusville
Pharmacy for the prettiest girl in Titus-
ville will be closed next Monday night.
Capt. H. B. Shaw left last Friday af-
ternoon to spend Sunday with his fam-
ily at Ormond, Capt. Quarterman bring-
ing him from Chester Shoals.
Mr. T. Blake Walker, of Jacksonville,
spent Sunday and a part of Monday in
town. He will come again Sunday when
Mrs. Walker expects to return home
with him.
Mr. Frank E. Stone, of Ponce Park.
was in Titusville the first of the week
and gave THE STAR office a pleasant
call. He is doing a good merchandise
business at Ponce Park.
Rufus Robbins and Ryals Wager will
leave the first of next week for Gaines-
ville where thdy will attend the Univer-
sity of Florida the coming year, the
former enters the law department, and
the latter will take a course in mechan-
ical engineering.
A letter received from Mrs. G. M.
Everson, Stevens Point, Wis., states
that her son George, a former Titus-
ville boy, expects to graduate from the
normal and receive his diploma in Jan-
uary, 1910, and will then teach school.
The Misses Fannie, Dorothy and Helen
Budge arrived Monday night from Ham-
mondsport and stopped off here for a
few days on their way to Miami, where
they will attend the public school. Miss
Stella Budge is studying this year at
Spartanburg, S. C. Mr. and Mrs.
Budge will come home a little later.
Engine No. 16 on the Sanford branch
was disabled Monday at Mims on the
way to Sanford on account of leaking
tubes. A relief engine had to come
from New Smyrna and it was 9:50 be-
fore Conductor Hale got out from Mims,
but the round trip was made in time to
connect with the afternoon south bound
train, which waited about fifteen min-
utes for the Sanford train.
Rev. W. H. Cresson, of City Point,
who is very deeply interested in the
Florida Citrus Exchange, stopped off in
Titusville Wednesday on his return home
from Tampa, where he had an interview
with the officials of the exchange. Mr.
Cresson gave THE STAR office a pleas-
ant call before leaving home and stated
that it was essential that the Indian
River Sub-exchange be organized at the
earliest date possible. The exchange
now has pledged over 3,000,000 boxes of
the present crop and probably will han-
dle two-thirds of the crop. We hope to
see a call for a meeting to organize the
sub-exchange for Courtenay, City Point.
Mims and Titusville sections at an early

In Fine Footwear

5 or 6 doses "666" will cure any Our line of shoes was never so com-
case of chills and fever. Price 25c. plete for men andboys in the cele-
Sbrated Edwin Clapp, Crossett and
Gun Repair Works i Selz makes. In prices from $6.50
SAll work guaranteed, also guns down to $1.50 per pair. For all stand-
i stocked and rebored. ard makes, double guaranteed. Lar-
H. BENECKE, Titusville. gest stock on the East Coast. Give
Sus a call or send in your orders.
All Property Owners WINSTON S. BANNING
;Should realize the value of identify- Style and Quality
ing themselves with a home bank, of Titusville, Fla.
' ininio interests with those whn are

Proclamation By the Mayor A lively town caucas was held in working for the advancement of this
In accordance with the ordinances of the court house last night, the court town and vicinity. This matter is of
the City of Titusville, I, B. R. Wilson, room being crowded with voters on real and actual importance to each
Mayor, issue this, my proclamation, account of the hot contest for mar- and every one of us. If you are not
calng an annual election, to be held on shal and collector, and for two alder- a property owner and would like to
the fourth Monday in October A. D., m become one (every man, every wo-
1909, (it being the twenty-fifth day of men"
October) for the rposeof electing one Mayor B. R. Wilson, Town Clerk man and every child has a right to
Mayor, three Aldermen, one Clerk and J. P. Wilson, Assessor John Henry and should have a home --a home in
Treasurer, one Marshal and Collector, were renominated by acclamation; which they can feel a personal inter-
and one Assessor of Taxes for the en- and J. R. Walker for alderman was est and take pride in adding the lit-
suing year; and I hereby appoint S. E. nnminated hv npelnmatinn tie improvements which make for

Town Registration Notice
The registration books of the town
of Titusville are now open at the
Titusville Pharmacy and will be kept
open until Thursday, Oct. 14th. for
purpose of registering voters for the
coming municipal election.
Town Clerk.

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days of Kane onward It bas seemed
soebow as If Yankee pluck and en-
rg were entitled to tbis distlnct-i.
Tbh Oook expedition was anything
bit poorly prepared. as has been tat-
ed. olb R..Bradley. who financed
th trip. and Dr. Cook spent months
oI preparation and endless boors In de-
clIng on what was absolutely emen-
tal for the dash to the pole. Among
the upplies taken were two barrels
of unudrops. It I said that an Es.
kimo bha the sweetest tooth In the
world and will travel trty miles over
the bardest going n the bitterest cold.
for a single gumdrop. On a previous
arctle trip Dr. Cook learned the spe-
dal weakness of the Eskimos for
sweets. and be won their friendship
then by doling out pieces of lump sug-
ar. He figured that gumdrops would
be an Ilmprovement on the lump sugar:
bhece the two barrels.
Dr. Cook also carried other things
that probably no other arctic explorer
ootside of Peary ever before thought
of taking on soeb a journey. Be bad.
for Inatance. patent bottles whbic re-
tan the heat of their contents. He
could make tea In the morning, and It
would stay hot in these bottles al!
day. He didn't have to stop every
few hours to make a fire and cook
things, as other explorers had done
He had stoves that weighed only three
pounds. whereas the lightest stoves
carried by other explorers weighed
thirteen and fourteen pounds. Weight
Is a serious question In a dash for the
pole. And Cook's sleds were the best
that ever went to the arctic. leiug
adapted in every way to carry beavry
loads and yet be drawn at high speed
His dors. too. were the very test thai
could be obtained.
Peary set out on his last and vue
cessful north pole dash better titled
than ever before for the journey. HIls
equipment was the ~est and most unl
to date rbat money could lmr. and h,.
had twenty-three yearP of exlporienm.
back of him. However the theories o0
Peary and Cook differed ion other
iolnts. both of these explorers were
firmly agreed that the attainenter o!
the pole could be ancotulliis'l-il ,o
by tbhe aid ot Eskimnos. teie' d,-gs nrI'
sledges. Both s-offeddl at the id'.a ,!i
success by the Use- of airhipls or( cilhe
mechanical aids. T'lslie ncientlil' e-ulip
ment which ('Commaier l'e:iry rioll,
with him on his voyage w:~m s:aid jia
the time to be the Iimost conI Itre e ver
taken to the polar re,'ioins. I c i.,
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Ia1s wihe the Itpi weon parne a
seotcb whaaer to n tby.h por tw
eat twelve yeara word unwau heard
of the expdtUtoea Tbe nited States
aa well nglaod neat ot relief par-
ti. Indeed. forty expedltloa f this
kiod wre aent altowthe at a cnot no
over SftMn.uri. In l157 the party
sent out by Lady Franklin found rel-
ca of the explorers aid learned that
rankllln hrad died In winter quarter
at the end of King Wllallm ILand.
that the ships were then abandoned
and the survivors started southward
over the Ie pack for the mainland ot
North America. Their path was murk
ad by graves and skeletons, but none
of the men ever reached the land. so
far aa is known.
The loss of the Jeannette In 1879 fur-
nlshed another fearful arctic tragedy.
This ressel. which bad been fitted ouit
In 1879 with the Intention of making
an effort to locate the north pole. waur
under the command of Lieutenant l e
Long of the United States navy. Laies
than two weeks after having entered
the Arctic ocean the Jeannette beca mc
solidly froen in an Ice pack and never
escaped from It In the grip of what
was to prove her tomb the luckl. -
vessel was carried birber and thistle
by the drifting ie. Eventually si h
was crushed and her useople lad e.
abandon her. forming :a <:nmp tin ::
nearby berg. This was lin .lune. 1cSI.
"About 4 o'clock the next imorni.iij.
one of the survivors wrote. "the (aniim
was aroused by the man on the watchb
crying: 'urn out If you want to se
the last ot the .leannette! iThere she

"Most of s." the ghastly record con-
tinues. "bad barely time to rise when.
amid the rattling and banging of her
timbers and ironwork. the ship right-
ed and stood almost uprghbl. The floes
that bad come In and crushed her slow.
ly backed off. and as she sank with
slightly accelerated velocity the yalrd-
armna were stripped and broken, up-
ward parallel to the Iuwust. and so.
like a great. ganut skeleton clapping
Its hands above Its head. she plunied
out of sight."
The Jleannette had been provisionled
for three years. but as no tidings hadt
been received of her up to 34S1l two
other vessein were sent in scearrch ot
her. One party. tinder the colliatHnd
of Rear Adtiiral Melville of the Unit-
ed Stales navy. .reaclwd Yakutsk and
afterward found the bodies ot tio Lnc4 .
aid some of the crew. To quole frogm
Melville's own narrative:
"I identintel De Long :atr a slammc' Iv
bis coat. He lay on his right side.

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

For Intabi aad ChildrNo.

Tle IHd Yu IHmvo "Alwa ikqM

Boar the
Signature of

No'T'IC IS HaxRy GlIVvEx That four (4)
weeks from date hereof the iundersigned will
apply to the Honorable Albert W. (Iilchrist,
Governor of the State of Florida. for Letters
Patent inorrporaing them, their associates
and successors, into a Iboly politic' andci 'rptr-
ate. under the name of the City Point Citrus
Grrowers' Aaeociation. under the fo-llowing
Charter and Articles of Incorporatici, the
original of which will he on tile in the o ficee
of the lHonorahle H. (lay ('rawfrd. Secretary
of the State of Florida. in the City of Talla-
ha- see. during all tite lf the Ipublicationi of
this notice.
l.Dted this the loth day of ,'ept,. I!Nl..
Articles of Incorporation of the City i'otnt
Citrus rowersr' AHso ration

That we. the undersigned citrus fruit grow-
ers of thel State of 'Floitid. at le;l-t tihrc' of,
whom arl residents and citizi/.cn- -ftlh. St;a
of Flori,:. hlave tlhi- day voluntalrily ::- ..'-i:-t-
ld oiirslves to tliher Ifor Ill Iepuirpo w-e ," If'f Iii-
ing i i lioriti,'iulli:tll cr rrittit>i l :lt l ,t' c,- i;li-
itin ln indtr tthe I:ws of thoi' Stt. .llf l Fliri.;i.
irc-vidit-l foir thie it ic rier. tioil .;" t','iti, il-
iuir la'l!iid "lirtlliir i ,l n .' ,l*,tlit --r i ; .li,,-
:-. in ii cni.,c ila 0 \\e i ii ;i-
pirci.i d c- l h:li;h-t "icl \w. '.. r Ity .iit.t .
\l tic h- ', 's I .',-.: *.m i.' \! !ii h i . ..
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Ih'IO ir ..l.itie 1n I 'ci't < ti ,c t t I ital ti ,ice 'l'r, ai--
;lil tin.l' hlivc '. d'urj il e' ic itia I 'ce Ili0, t'ilcl 0i t
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reteaDw-the rth polUeW drtm
aL D the I oai thi Aoe saM Ill
vata ritali lethe w-1 a0lrth-e
eod h keih nWthe aM In Ith
o d l two s Wot N Ah 101
war-te potl, let Te moer sr eMorl
06 ilnita. Coim Mtai am or t
=br el purO. mIaoJ to ha s l-

Und so to M b" Iwe Wsu GO
ssqs tly eilped by Piu. olow-
In th-ee cast Waltar WIlme s and
3I. I Daidwt Mts. Cook a= 4oe,
eore that tafttlgable searher fir
Ib po00. I L. PIWy.
Uwn have bm M78 expedltlona dl-
remod against the north pole nd 61
Mt the Mouth pole mioeh 1800.
Great iDrtain teal with 101 nortb-
ward and 256 oMtbward. BR a Is
eeood, with 1 b nsortb afi 1 Ioath.
The Uanted States t third, with 84
sorth and 12 south.
There have been three often tried
ruoe to the pole. The most favored
bas hee up through the channel be-
I teen the east coast of America and
the west coast of Greenland. The sec-
ond lies along the eastern side of
Greenland. with Spltsbergen as a base.
The least nsed s the Pacific ocean
route through Bering strait and push-
ing northrom the Siberian coast.
Likewise there are three modern
methods of conducting expeditions.
The one most often used to to push
as far north as poalible through the
Ice In a strong ship and then witn a
well equipped sledge outfit dash across
the ece on foot. This was the method
of Commander Peary.
Dr. Nansen gave a striking example
of another plan. He bad constructed
an exceptionally strong vessel. the
Pram. wfehcb be allowed to be frozen
in the ice at a chosen spot. expectlnug
that the arctic currents would carry
him to the pole. The currents. b .w.
*ver. drifted him oft to one side.

- .*r .~.knows 4lDr. Kilmetr

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cahi',e 11ni,.D- uiarL-
-, e crt~i-or S d1i n!,

xi-It i ii ovrt-

'a' -1 c* r:. jirt tofl'e
ttcriii ..'x .iM-'.~lC.~ It

hold water c.- i I I ':cV i'' I I i : i: p ias-IulI-' it,

')r b ele I .-'t,, :.t i m .:fit
:ieces-U ."Y, I J-:' '-d -It" PoI Vt T
tliroua..,Ii t'. '- -. an It- gtct jup iica-,u

Swamp-Root i II r'otic'tI-l' i f *r

the remav "-n LItheI-cc w if a:
proxe t- O -.;'.- 7:' t\ a I L- it. c:1I .:-,
ranugciict h is'1. a'inii. b In-x h~it-PA cI
read 'r-; (, L'- .( h' ( ,t aI
ready tric-I it, iXi 'i.' 1ii. '1 a -.t!1l it. Ictle
sent free 1',' id at, ai-..j a: c Nci. tCliuing
more 3ab)ft Swx:u'I!-R'xjt. antI ho(1w tot
findontif'oc uhix'e kii.!
ney or blaidder trou'ile.
When writinlgi: itiecn r:l s.u

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ltoburll&m d ADsol Se Iwe

maske M om infl sa tmo k l_
no- e --t Ai to NO,--- W -M b 4
s aft thI A octl.t aM = atof fta
ad pt o te, a w Sbi e f ll tlabe
or btauyd bya m bem of thtE
of ret h ay t dm h
i n-eoi e Awertwio of t vesnd
seldsls ek to n doi*aspa f to e M
and plan ^- oth etini-n of 64 -e d I 110I
lad piotof dfnorlt ai produi growe
sl1 thobe m I bsTo tAio f L-e mi te
bIfIUier, d afriM gti sad urprulag nl
AieonMato amd atocr h Mo bea tou lt,
by td Board of tDiremtd orth oar ell
or of irs or the tio imeiuo or phNfe, o
trm sd plant&. whieh belouo i to Mmo-
ben of thi Asociatio. Aso to bay aad
ontract for the porehase of anythiog, that i
eoMideaed by the Board ofDire toin mute
or eessary, for the prevention of insect
p te or for the destruction thereof, for the
bmeneit of it members as fruit ra produce
rowers. Aino the ribgt to own, contract for,
and operate all near ry appliances that the
Bard ofDirector, at anytime y te ao think
neressry for the fertilization of groves and
field, the fumiating and praying of trees
ad pleantorthe extinction of insect pesft,
on the l oand belouging to the member of the
Aoociation, and to charge therefor, and col-
lect, such reasonable rates for id services
as may be etablitshed by the Board of Direc-
ton from time to time, for the uwes above
mentioned. And aid Association shall be
empowered to engage in a brokerage factor
and commission selling busier, to purchase
boxes, paper, nails, and other packing mater-
ial; to engage in and conduct a drayage,
transfer, forwarding and bshippiong business;
to purchase, old, lease, or otherwise acquire
freight and refrigerator cars, wagon dnrays
tracks, boats, vessels, and other vehicles, and
the necessary motive power and equipment for
the same, and to engage in the transportation
busiest of all uceh produce, material and
other commodities as may be owned or con.
trolled by it. but not as a common carrier.
And to disposee of the me at will. To orrow
and loan money by or ,spon mortgage on real
estate, or otherwise, and generally to transart,
carry on. and perform all such other business
operations, as are gennain or incident to the
purposes above mentioned.
That any person or persons, who is. or are
bIon fide fruit or produce growers, or who i.
or are hona tide representatives ot fruit or
growers within the territory next adjacent to
the headquarters of this Asociation may he-
come 'a mnber of this Association; hut thii
Association will not at any time receive into
its membership, members of any kindred
Associations. whose fruit or produce lands are
Ioceted nearer to such other kindrtml Asao-
ciation than they are to this As ociatiuu.
without the consent of the nAsociatiol next
adjacent to where said holdings are ta':tel.
Nothing in these Articles shall be construed
as to interfere with the Imoaf tide sale of real
estate: the transfer of property, together with
the fruit or other produce growing thereon.
at the time ofsuch sale; that is tosay: That
if any wpersn who ha s signed his name
for any Itarticular year for placing the-
crupS tlhe growing on his or her land
in the h:nds of the Association. shall sell
or 'lisp e of his land in uosl faith: then
anid in that event thie stid seller aud ptrinhas-
er are released. if they so desire. I'ronr the

unlt r thi iti : nlc iity of thla A-.4- i: .ii;tim.
Th:it thie placr where thi p ,riiCiilrl h iiiiia pi ..
ctf saidl .. s iationl ih to I,.c tnltiis.n-itc' i
City Pocint. 'Coulityi f Ur, v.rl. St;t, ,
Fl>rilat. AnIl tih, u niia:il ria'c'tiiia.. ,flllh,
Illi iil-r t"s o lii this A--,,'iaticii 'lim:ll ''lix 'ii :tl
iitl lsl rT eol tlu" l ii-'t ''it ,l:tl inl M t i\ 1t *.t Il
liII .e*ve ry .', r. ;:t ;' hl i'lI !ti ii' :ilI Il:., ci-
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i lhiat aR'li i ;I! I Vt lr'. Iiiri i i l' AiiN, h.Li ,-
ft ill l ;il' li iiliii. ,; Ih l iicl ithi I [;-', liiet* .&-

:Vith a Lamre Back?
Ki: y Trlub l Makh s You l' iserbil .
Kdd :y Trouble Makes You Mlserable.

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it is -it er w m _ie _m .ed sl
,i/Bi.> MiaNd. i s

that ia asmy --a M
who has witawhis
wis toima nilt
and exercise the riht Wfa memb, tht he
my des sad witthe emma ly, a
m rAtly othe tMsai treDmm oftl
AmuistoI and op his payig to i
AM latim all Omall that o ve hs
assessed aalath ia amat previesly piaM.
A TlCr I r IX
That the term for which this Amaetls
shall exist islfty years fro and afitr the
date of its incporatiom.
who shall tramaset its b hall he
a Board of Direstors, a Pnrideeista a V'm-
Prident. and said Prnideit sad Vie-
Presdent shall alo be the Pai lent sad
Vice-President, respectively, of aid Board of
Directors and each of them hall, at the tie
of tilling said oee, ea mmer of this
Asociation, and a director in the sae Aid
this Association shall also have a secretary
and Treasurer, both of which oaefs may be
filled by one and the same pers. Aad the
number of Directors of this Amoeatiom shall
be three, bat te said Assorlasia. without
amendment of its charter, ay. at any tie.
by a two--thirds vote of its ihretors increase
its directory, and may t any time. after
increasing the same, and by a similar ve
of its Irectors. decrease iti directory. ai ail
Director shall ire ft. But at no tim lu ill
the number of mid IDirecton be imnrnased to
a number greater than nine: and at no time.
shall the number of said Directur IN"ldherea
ed to a less number, than thqariginal number
of directors herein speifieed. That the nam
andi residences of the growers hi are he reot
appointed b the incorporator aofthi A e tnia
tin, and who shall act as director to aid
Association for the tist year of its hisenee.
and until its other dinretors are legally
elected and qualitied, ar:
Names l. iof t ienc -
W. e CrettLu ity d point Flo.rid.
Wm. ll..eharpe. I ity i'ount. Florida.
(ico. E. ('hester, City Point. Florida
That the )oirvoturs of this A.Mct intlo.n ca
incre the right and puwer to charge aI cmller
from its nsitllers, and other fruit. vxetable
ati produte growers, rrepesented or 'enrved
hy this Association. lu-h comjiensatlon .tIl
red t mueration. to I paid to said A.a-riaot
as iil Di)irectors may lix tad rhairgt for it-
ervieres toi him. hr. or theiied. in th-e ickin
lacking, handling. miarketing. 'hiiptiig. anti
%'lliti of any ii all of lithe p% o lii -. :tir l
material. which thia Ancoi.tisoii i- h rr
uithlo riz, to hais llr a. I imit rke t

It i.l -,I i tnhy iter il'y i tv agrI'l *i '
elctiid astin y alild It w. :l, 1 ,. -
W llil eI II llle 'lw till ... F. it l.
I'irtlhi ir pe. fully iiiale r-t.l i... I ,.
alle i hi li Iii.t\ I 'inft .i ** ri
Iht i f thief A 'ircscl llst hi l .tl ., t' i, L i,
Ihlp' andl tj riIjg t iit n t I A-.w o .iLI i .- ,1 'i u ii-1
.lrom it ail rtl rry int. :I .t el -fr i. u .i!: i'
ri ii.cration. I-i'wte i ti i Y.1r w- at ith-
'wriu"l' to hitlr le r. oi the Ct. in te ric.. in
tin kii. ,p.I kin -.. hart t i hi l. i i ;nO.i l
:uiisrk tilg.f an i ll itriu Ii .:t. o anfi it r r ir
riln l iw l. w hin l ii tiirs A I l .'i o i. it r-
i* I lc i lt, k ll li.,iu.l A - . l s, ,i t,- ,'*
It I'loritl.;: *i to i tl.e I .t ti \-r-x
Sl*I.;l i within :iit iiinler tI he 1-lohi l.t I'itr 1i \, iiL .
;ilia ill ;i it ll ti lll,' . ... *". t I' \ i I
Iteiiio h l i l nl iit .t i itrl l %-'.' i.. .-
It' lt iof ti syo te-l l i iio ,li.t llt- .t t ,
mit k,' ,ii,. w hlo trn! i... l .It : i t -.t i t. I
I iti fri F\ i;sih !'r. t Tce at<-;iiimia. er' .
Io clr l'l l hI l It ,I T. ,1 l'.lli-.,: i,,l t I ',
\*l. I *Ii .hc i .c ii i-'ll t: i !t .ti.. I .
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that redeemed Union Paciie from the
government. and that was only nine
years ago-in 1809. True. be hbad short-
ly before bearded J. I'. Morgan In bis
den and forced the hitherto undisputed
despot of Wall street to modify his
Erie reorganization plan. but that In-
cident created little excitement out-
side of the financial center, and when
be appeared in Washington to *save"
Union Paciflc he was. comparatively
speaking. an unknown man.
It was then that Harriman got his
stride, and be never lost it. although
up against influence and combinations
thai would bave destroyed most men
similarly situated, at times confronted
with the entire power of the federal
administration at Wasbingt'n. active-
ly and openly aided by apparently in-
vincible Wall street alliances and secret
enemies In his own camp almost as
strong. How be ever escaped ruin in
the face of the tremendous interests
combined for his disom0ture Is the
marvel of financial history. yet be
loonme up grelter and more powerful
than ever before. the acknowledged
king of the rillromd world.
Here sl a list of the railroads In the
mannafument of whieh Harriman be-

* a te a meNt t e mes.

4 ia Jame q -w-uws i -

a b bIL health of *se ete10

e pete. am them at all tamll-
ir WithiO dBAy t lB I te lab m Ta
ag Neider wee they wItrtled
wham he rtwued three months laoer
Ia ttiWe ettr emattc Um Thew ar
i It wa that t b ad ot come long
ag, r f o maeo d M keep up the
pace that 'lRB tma- he without a
beabdeows coaW. BHis dally U bfe has
bee w bi m buIano hudnees
o Apt for a lttle time on the golf
IMe to br iy rest th braln.
A direetr In forty-oe corporations ,
thiodlg some of the largest in the
comtry, and playag a Ieding part la
the managmert of thirteen ramU ds.
the tracks of which stmeth a distance
at 4C000 miles oone nd not be told
that there bha boen little time left
the man for recreation. As roceotly
asM d mootbhs ag a visitor the raU-
rad magmate's oe foai hm so
bul that he did not take tim for
hlmebeo. Whtle be talkdo to he
ea er h e d hsl dek a table, at-
ag as b workeL d ad taobd Afew
yen ago Mr. Harrimas doearld to
an interview that wha be reached the
aga of dty be would rtIr. Be wa
sity-oe years old on o PW 2L19.
sad eve whie being tesd i Ui
mrhpei ble sy brat conttlued to plan
further Crtachlev-met. .
Hamrwa f itt I-i way to a pIpr-
tloee a pOaer i the mread am baam-
eSI woeld suc k as s man a n VW
bewse eojid tad. It may be tty
tMy stated, will ever reach again
to thin eCaOty A derlya's o,
boren In powrC at p>-1u N. T.
be wasm frce to sift Tor imelf t
an early a, and be shlfted lamd-
a .ly to Wal trt. New ork u a
dwrk. He ws oly tweFty-e whe
be bed aequllm --**e to buy a seet
as the g tok hchabg and his mar-
riage with M im Mary Avel, daugh-
ter of a weloU kib flonas e, enlarged
hIb feld of opel-tlo-
Bla "big career." as now stand.
has bo emampreied within the limits
of tea year. Nothdn meeh was bard
f him behor he ng nrd the deal

from time to time, by their resolution, to be
necessary or convenient for the fertilization
of lands, or the fumigating or spraying of
trees and plants, which belong to the mneul-
ber of this Association. Also to buy and
contract for the purchase of anything that is
considered by the Board of Directors u sful
or necessary. for the prevention of insect
s ts. or for the destruction thereof. for the
benefit of its members as fruit and prdluce
growers. Alms the right to own, contract for.
and operate all necessary apoli:anc.s that the
Board of Directors, at any tiue. may think
necessary for the fertilization ofl roves alnl
fields, the fumigating and spra.y ing of trees
and plantsor the extinction of ias>ect Ie.ts.
on the lands belonging to the' members of the
Association. and to charge thereflr. and col-
lect. such reasonable rates for said services.
as may wh established by the Iloard of Direc-
tors from time to time. for the axw;.v
mentioned. And said Associaticn shall In'
empowered to engage in a brokclage factor
and commission selling b),iiness. to purchase
boxes Ipaper, nails, and other packing mater
ial; to elgagec ill antit coltluct a drayage.
transfer. Ifrwa:dinui. and shipping business;
to purchase. hold. lease, or otherwise acquire
freight and refrigerator cars. wagons. drays,
trucks. hoats vessels,s and other vehicles, and
the nece-iaty motive powerand equipment for
the saume. and to engage in the transportation
iusineas of all such produce, material and
other commodities as may be owned or con-
trolled hby it. but not as a common carrier.
And to dispose of the same at will. To borrow
and hlan money by or upon mortgage on real
estate. orotherwise. and generally to trans;at,
carry on. and perform all such other business
M. mUti. asas e oal.nio, r.r inceninrnalt toI the


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ea i M*e lga l eG meeat."e.. ..
.. Baste .s ..Pe*
(dJ 2i *^***** ......*,.......... oo** *AD

i e L L ateat ne I s-r V at te-
MV. lUet ww skfrsstya jm
bb aV, state at TOZ. Several
OWya o Buaarrm waas qek tore.
a hi worth Nd ft.. eCoWM for
aOthM Papti bhem was p at the
e-ld a the Lsarl esparUt of a
the Barrman UM

9 aUin uHK T SmiTr That fre (4)
W siL f d h6ssof aa e ul. lip-Awl
MieAsNb ele" Abeklh W.-
r ofslt, ofl dt r 14Wst2 s
pth -$-"- t", m eidtal
ma me-mIs, ti a body oiteMd Corper
Ie, un-sr lhe smef the Iais Blver Citrs
rw Js' Assudati., ader the isown
Ch a n ud ties of Ineormpatm the
rihdl olfwah dewil beoeali l the eoe
eof tsa a H. Cy Cwml, secretary
ofthe Oe of Florida, in the City of TaUa-
bses, during all time of the publeation of
tUIs nods.
Dted this loth day of September, 1Im.
Artlee etf lsemrpewatse tih liUsm
iUver c Irs ewem sAmeeiA sleo e
That we, the nade iDed aitrs fruit grow-
es e the o tat of Florid at lst three of
wrho are nsidents and ltiens of the State
of Florida. have this day voluntarily a-ociat
ed owumlves together for the prpoe of form-
ins a Hortieltaral cororaon d ocis-
tio under the laws of the tate of Florida.
providing for the incorporation of horticul-
tnral adagricultaral non-proft associations
urad .F i.tlIon-s, in accordance with this
charter, and we hereby adopt these
A1ei of Incorporation, which shall be
the charter of aid corporation, upon the is-
soance of letter patent, according to law, and
we do hereby certify.
That the name ofl aid corporation is the
Indisw River Citrus Growers' Association.
That this association is organi d under
the laws of this State s a Horticultural ao-
latbon, and entitled to all the rights and
pril conferred by the laws of tis State
on uar corpoa o and the voting power
aId all other rihto and privileges of each of
the meben of this A elaton. holdil a
ertidcate of m.mbeuship in the sme, ll
be equal
That them shall be o capital stock of mid
amoeiautoL bot the mane shall be orlanised
ma a Hortioulturl assoation and corporation,
mat or prat, and it shall notisueany shares
of took whatever, and shall not at any time
declare or a any dividend, or other proits
oa ny holding n id corporation, but all
moneys coming nto this aociation, for ser-
vies rendered, or otherwise, shall be used by
it for paying the expense of and otherwise
maintaining this Assocation, and any surplus
thereof remaining in its hands, shall be used
a the Board of Directorn of this Association
shall deem to the best interest of the Assoda-
ton, and said Association shall Iaue to each
pmson who shall become a member thereof.
a certificate of membership, and shall
receive in return therefore the sum of One
Dollar ($1.00) to be converted into the Tress-
ury of mid corporation; but no person hall at
any time have, own or control more than one
certificate of membership in said Association.
nor shall any person not a grower of citrus
fruit become or remain a member of this
That the purposes for which this Asociation
is formed are to buy, lease, rent, sell, occupy
and use, hold and dispose of all real and per-
sonal property which may be necessary or
convenient for the conduct of its business, and
to build, leae and rent packing houses for
the packing of fruit, also to punrhase all
material that may be necessary or convenient
for the purpose of packing or preparing citrus
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
locorporation or asseation, similar to this
Association, existing for the advancement,
and protecting of fruit and.produce growers
in the State of Florida. Also to purchase and
sell to the members of this Assoeiation such
fertilizer, and fumigating and spraying im-
plements and materials, as may be thought,
by the Board of Directors of this Association.

That the Directors of this Association shall
have the right and power to charge and collect
from its meIllmhrs. and other fruit. vegetable.
and produce growers. reprel, noted or served
by this Association. such compensation and
renmuneration, to lw paid tc said Assmiatiotn.
as said Directors may fix and chargeT for its
services to him. her. or them. in the pIicking.
ackinig. hatdlimng. markctim. shipilpinig. :ndl
selling of any and all ,,of tie ir preiice. and
material which this A-i,,ial ticil is hImrin
authorized to handle awld nmarket.
It is Iherehy mutually agredl andIl illy
tnderstchd. lby anld Hl wcl tW 11 lll 'hIc I.W' ,,i-
lcecoming unInilxer. eitf this A.4sowitiom. awl
t'tirtlh ru'orc'. fully letld.rTt.el :ml :ead r-d.. I.. cy
all lnrsoeil who m lcllaty hc:lftr 1K',o | Inclli
IKtrs of this AssAwiatioii. that ione elf ltheli pi -
Ioses andd ltobje'ts o' thi As-,.iation i. tio lriilg
ah,,ut and v;arry itinto e lict. a syvstcnell oi' Itual
ct-olperation betweetlOl tihe iltsi anitd other
Iprodice growers of tie .Statei of Florida. ini
the picking. l ackili:. handling. shippieil. a id
nlarkctiilg. of all itru-s fr 'it. ;ad cther iro -
dllct' ownedl,.and llll 11iIntrlled i 1, theI mtllc till-rs
cf (his aind kindmil re .4.iltliciim' ini tin.' State
of Flrida and t that eud that at th is A eia-
tion is created anld orz;atlizeld in c',mnticcttiein
with and tinder the Florida ('itrus Exdiamne.
and will at all timnle 'nol-.eorat.e witl and
through aill Floerida C(itrus Exchange. a a
part of'm ofexchaiLge', which o teo
nake uip. control. anil olcr.ate said Florida
Citrus Exchange. whose' liImeadLuartersarn liow
located in t hi-ityofl'Talpll. .and State of Flor-
ida. And that all citrus fruit. and ,other ipro-
duce placed in thel hands of this As.'iation.
sball 1w marketed exclusively through said


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orida tA d a the rityo this Astl o the
i place te the ant Taeerd in ay, od ealm
nad every ear, at whicd time sad place it
Diretors shall be elected and inducted into
ARL3cu vni
That eah and every member of this As o
elation sha the peaking ad handling
of all citrus frit, and ach other produce a
may be handled by this As ation, and
rown or cotroled by him, her or them,
nto this Association, and that this Associa
tion shall charge for the packing and hand-
ling ofa such fruit aad produce, such remson-
able omape ati as the Boad of Diretosn
of this Assoiation shall fix and determine.
But, any member of this Association, shall
have the right to withdraw his fruit and
produce, for any one year, from said
Aoitino. without penalty, by giving
in writing to mid AsciaD notice, e with-
in toen days next before the annual meeting
of this Association that he desires so to
withdraw his fruit other produce from the
sme, but ir that events aid member giving
notice, ceses to be a member of aid Assoca-
tion, and all right and privilege in aid
Association, belonging to said member shall
thereupon cease and determine. Provided,
however, and it is hereby rd and flly
understood by all persons Joining this Asso-
ciation, that any member of the same with-
drawing from this Association, by disposing
of his fruit or produce through any other
source than through this Association, or
withholding same from this Association,
and without giving the notice, as hereinafter
provided, shall forfeit to this Association, a
aed for liquidated damages to this Associa-
tion, for asch withdrawal the sum of
fifty cents per box. for all citrus fruit or other
produce, produced by him during the year of
amid withdrawal, and so withdrawn by him.
It is further hreby understood and agreed
that in case a member of this Association
who has withdrawn his fruit or produce from
this Association as above describedafterwards
wishes to return and rejoin this Association,
and exeris the rights of a member, that he
a do aby, and with the consent only, of
Jority of the Board of Directors of this
Association, and upon his paying to this
Assoiatio all penalties that have been
assesed against him, and not previously paid.
That the term for which this Association
shall exist is fifty years from and after the
date of its incorporation.
That the officer of said Association
who shall transact its business shall be
a Board of Directors, a Presidentand a Vice-
President, and aid President and Vice-
President, shall also be the President and
Vice-Preident, respectively, of aid Board of
Directors, and each of them shall, at the time
of filling maid office, be a member of this
Association, nda director in the ame. And
this Association shall also have a Secretary
and Treasurer, both of which offices may he
filled by one and the same person. And the
number of Directors of this Association shall
be three, but the said Association, without
amendment of its charter, may. at any time.
by a two-thirds vote of its Directors, increase
its directory, and may at any time. after ea
inereasing the same, and by a similar voen
of its directors, decrease its directory, as said
Directors shall see fit. But at no time shall
the number of said Directors he increased to
a number greater than nine; and at no time,
shall the number of said Directors be decreas-
ed to a less number, than the original number
of directors herein specified. IThat the names
and residences of the growers who are hereby
appointed by the incorporators of this Associa-
tion, and who shall act as directors to said
Association for the first year of its existence.
and until its other directors are legally
elected and qualified. are:

.. Z. Kyser,
P. W. Roberts.

MIimei'. Floridla.
'M imes. Floeridla.

And each of said imemblers of thii~ Ip oelme-
Assewoiation. andl inioriorators whoi ha. tl-
-crield his namnie hereto. has Ipid into the
Treasury of this corporation, now lcii_'
re.ated. the sum of (ne Ihllar. f,ra itreilit r-
ship thereof. which will en ttlet'e.ih of thim.
llpcnll the issuance' of letter ptIetlt to t lhi
A.s-wi:tioni to a me'nembeh'rship in the saunc. :ati
a ccrtificate lfsuch imenmiership,. ullpo I h.I w -
ever suctih ieron signinig the by-hlaw, .,f -:al
As."c iatit, n. ilncluldingt the c.tcll rt t',;r hii
ior leTr fmrumit t io .lid as'.ciation at- l".i il'*e ili

I \rlTcr:tteea III1 :e 1 t. lW N ,r ..l-- ,I,
imiirporrator and nevinevi. nt ihi N .Jr.t-sl
.\--.'eiation. lea' II r.intoI I .'il .I ie l Li- :..:'. .
anld V tlix .l hi- seal tI t,,I -'* A. i, !- :
Ilnmrloratiion an l Assowiatioi.

Sa aclle
C1. ('. lhansell.
.I. Z Kyzetr.
1'. W. RolIrt-.

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He-fiert' tIilt- me idt'rigcmeel alt-int 'ety. irp tee11:
ly alelornet'il (I. 4. Ilan-el.El. .1. Z. K3r ctii- 1'
WV. 1ileeh-mt... whie, leimeg lbyme e luly .ccc''itm
diel. each e forhbIIImI'. i1.-1-,'e.mav amell-I
Aekticcwlt-c41d. th:ct lee ic leserjrlb d iil, teatec
top teeL aleecyc Icorieee 4imter e4I thet
Ineeiate River I Itru-, 0E;,ruwer- As~ Illmi. ealil

atfixed hi., -.eal to thee
,Ipurpojes. nmewntioned
in orhler to validate

*..amain. for tie el-i. ai:\
in .aid 'lhaiter. *ua7
andl ack.nowhli-l' tlhe

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w oewr "a in thi euetr to
Inth r the ea at wsm u
wmr the rfet Cmi at NMamre
susd, the &N-. wPs K_ misms
at Mn. OUver H. P. Brils- t aid if
thr ei anytjWg la smeal Istlp
them the moem t has had a tre-
mdoi wave of success.
To have Mr. Julia Ward Howe, the
aunt of the late War McAllIster. at
o of the meetiags and to have thi
*dtty year olad Pmee of the wo
mu'a e e address the gatherlag was
In Itself an gphlevmeat of Mrs. Be-
moat. Another noted speaker was the
Bev. Anna Shaw. who, base of a

MWl. O. .. P. 2loNrr AIXD MIn. JUIJA
accident which happened to her *sv-
eral weeks ago in Mineapulis, when
she broke her ankle, was obliged to be
brought in a wheel chair to the n..ot-
lng. She was so splendidly enthuiaw-
tic and spoke with such fervor ;n'd
brilliancy that her accident was u:-
known save to those who happened It
see her wheeled across the lawn.
Mrs. Howe. who also came nl a
wheel chair, was helped to the plat-
form Ltv Mrs. Belmont. and iher ad-
dress was notable in that every word
she spoke could be heard distinctly by
every one present. The pioneer re-
viewed her work of fifty years' activ-
ity and remarked, "The chauinge in tie
position during the ninety years of my
life have been marvelous. and today
woman is entering her own."
For years Mrs. Belmont has been no
advocate of woman suffrage. but only
recently has she Htone' 1,::(t' f iol


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of 200 feet and will be In the shape
of a Roman Doric column 100 feet In
height, making a total of 300 feet.
Karl Bitter, the celebrated sculptor.
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.1. Z. Kyser.
P. W Loberts,

Milus. Florida.
Mints, Florida.
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Lmes J. sReves, i P olahas
-anounced for the United States sen-
ate fre Florida. He wasborn in
Alabama in 186, I ld raised in Wia

Brevrd County School Board
The board of public instruction
met Monday, Sept. 5th, with full
board parent.
TIe In Fn of the last meeting
we read and apm oved.
Treasurer's report for Aug. was
found correct.
The tax collector presented his list
f poll taxes received during the
m nth of Aug. 1909, same showing
$.00 for 1908.
Warrants ottatadlnglast repor.- $ 7,A32
imed thab eetalm..... 976.65
Warats paid in Au-----.... 88L0
Warmants now outstanding------ 8,150.s7
TOtl mah os hand .37
Ddiit in fds -----...---------........00
The following preamble and re-
solution was offered by Mr. Single-
ton, seconded by Mr. Carter, and
Whereas, So much of the county
.i isolated, as regards schools, and
Whereas, The drain upon the
school finnes,it its effort to reach
these children, has been so great, the
board has been compelled to rescind
the isolated pupil rule; therefore
Be it Resoved, That from and af-
ter this date no school will be operat-
ed in this county unless there be an
enrollment of 'ten pupils, and an
aversqe the whole term of not less
than mx.
The following petition was pres-
ented and read to the board:
Eau Gallie, Fla., Aug. 25, '09.
A Petition to the Boad of Education
of Brevard County, Florida:
We, the undersigned, taxpayers
and patrons of the public school of
Eau Gallie, Fla., are willing, for the
present, for the Japanese to attend
the public school:
J. E. M. Hodgson, C. C. Houston,
E. E. Macy, E. Spiller,
S. K. Watts, W.I. Boyett,
A. Bennett, J. S. St. Clair,
A. R. Hodgson, C. L. Taylor,
W. S. Thomas, W. A. Hoffman,
C. J. Young, J. M. Law,
G. C. Houston, T. J. Wolfe,
John Houston, H. W. Christian,
J. F. Hart, G.W. Sullivan,
George Gosch, J. O. Andrew,
A. 0. Frink, C. G. Redstone,
P. A. McMillan, A. L. Roesch,
A. E. Mathers, J. B. Mathers,
J. T. Snell, E. B. Taylor,
J. C. Boyer, A. N. Mathers,
J. J. Arnow. J. O. Simmons.

The board argued this petition pro
and con. The board yields to the
wish of the patrons, but is unalter-
ably opposed to making a precedent
of this kind. In yielding it is the
distinct understanding that as soon
as there are as many as ten Japanese
pupils of school age, a separate
school will be provided for them. this
action does not affect or apply to any
other school in the county.
The board adjourned to meet at 9
o'clock. Tuesday, Sept. 7th.
Board met pursuant to. adjiurn-
A petition from patrons of Eau
Gallie school No. 32, read and re-
ferred to the superintendent for dis-
A petition from citizens of Aurora
asking for school building and school
read and discussed. The prayer of
the petition was refused, as the num-
ber of pupils represented were not
enough to maintain a legal school.
Mr. Gus Hunter came before the
board asking for school. The mat-
ter was discussed and laid over for
future action.
The resignation of Mr. F. A. Drake
as supervisor of school No. 24 ac-
cepted, and Mr. J.F. Farley was
duly elected to the position as super-
visor of same.
The resignation of Mr. E. Vesey
Hall as supervisor of school No. 17
accepted, and Mr. R. C. Copeland ap-
pointed to fill the vacancy.
There being no further business
thi board adjourned to meet the
fAt Monday in October at 2:30 p. m.


Few Sete of Forty Years Ago
Ar Now Lhyg. Notes on
Gales and Pbneapples
Titusville, Fla.,Sept. 15th, 190.
EditT eO T T Ps FU A 8ra.
i When we grow old, as one great
Georgia hilosopher, Bill Arp, used
to say, our minds can but go back
and "ruminate" over the past; and
as my mind is in a state of "ruminat-
ing" today, it occurs to me to jot
down things of the past as they come
before my mind's eye.
First I will mention the names of
men who were then living on Indian
river, who were pioneers in this wil-
derness and who are now living on
the river, when I first saw the Indian
river, Feb. 18th, 1868, which was at
the location where Titusville now is.
Since then I have seen this river's
great progress. I have seen rough
places made smooth and the wilder-
ness made to blossom like the rose.
A little more than forty-one years
ago, commencing at LaGrange and
Titusville in going south, at La-
Grange, where I first settled, there
are none of them living now. At
Titusville there is Mr. J. R. Watson,
who came here at the same time I
did, no other. At Canaveral there
are Capt. Henry Wilasn, O. A. Quar-
terman and his brother, George.
Capt. R. A. Hardee and his brother,
Senator G. S. Hardee, had been here
and located their lands at Rockledge,
had gone back to Georgia, but came
back afterward. Then there is Capt.
Jno.Houston,at Eau Gallie,and Mr. C.
L. Stewart, now living at Banyan.
Charlie Stewart was then a boy.
Then come Messrs. James and Tho-
mas Paine and James Russell, at St.
Lucie, then known as Ft. Capron.
Then Capt. Jas. Armour, of Jupiter.
None of the places mentioned above
were named then with the exception
'of Canaveral and Jupiter.
This sums up twelve of us-the old
settlers of the old times-if my mem-
ory serves me right. None of us so
bad but what we might have been
worse; each trying to do the best he
could in a new country according to
his lights.
And now another thought occurs
to me. It is thought by a great many
that Capt. Richards, of Eden, (and
by the way, the man who gave that
place its name) was the first man to
grow pineapples on the. East Coast.
I knew Capt. Richards well-knew
him to be a grand good man-and I
know he never made this claim for
himself. The truth is, that the first
pineapple plants he ever owned or
set out, he purchased from Capt. M.
O. Burnham. They were the variety
known as the Egyptian Queen, and
were grown on Capt. Burnham's
place five miles from Canaveral
lighthouse. I do not remember what
year, but it was in the latter sixties
or early seventies. The agricultural
department at Washington sent Capt.
Burnham two dozen plants of the
Egyptian Queen variety, and those
two dozen plants were the foundation

of the great pineapple industry of
the East Coast of Florida, and Capt.
Richards became the king among the
growers of his day. Capt. Burnham
so.,d many, many pineapples before
Capt. Richards ever saw Indian riv-
er, and some of them were sold in
Thayer & Saul's store in Enterprise
for as much as one dollar and a half
a piece. I write this to correct a
wide-spread error concerning the
earliest pineapple growing on the
East Coast, trusting some who are
interested in this will be pleased with
the facts.
And now I'll jot down some mem-
ories about the gales, as they have
visited Indian river, at least in the
vicinity of Canaveral lighthouse.
Capt. M. O. Burnham took charge
of Cape Canaveral lighthouse in
1852 and he saw no storm sufficient
to drive a vessel ashore until 1865,
when the Harriet B. Tyler, a cot-
ton laden ship, was driven ashore
awiht milua ntrwk ,hf ,t h liahthn, -o

Paua Tabts Tested.
What are the P Mara Tablets good
fr? Has anybody ned the enough
to know what they will dot Read the
following letter and so. If you have
any doubt as to the genuineess of the
letter, write to Mrs. Lobr, enelose a
stamp for reply, and ae whether her
tstiomial l genuine or not:
Ravenna, Mich., June o, 19.
The Peruna Drug Co.
In regard to the Peruna Tablets, I
have used about ten boxes in all.
While I was in Chicago my oldest
daughter was bothered with a cough
all the time. She has had it for four
years. Sometimes it would go away,
and in the winter time it wa so bad
that the doctors and professors said
tathae had consumption, and the only
way to give her any relief was to per-
formon operation.
I spend so much money for different
medicines, sad for doctors also. Noth-
ing seemed to help her.
So I saw the Peruna Tablets adver-
tised in the paper, and I got a tbox
and tried them. She could get some
sleep by taking them. She would be up
all night and cough. So in all she took
six boxes, and never was bothered any
I will leave this for any one to in-
quire at our old residence, where we
lived in Chicago. All our neighbors
would say tliat she could not live with
such a cough. You don't know how
thankful I am. She is eighteen years
My oldest son also was bothered with
his stomach, throwing up, and his
oowels so loose all the time. He was
all run down for four months. I also
doctored with him. One would say thia
and the other something else. I started
in to give him the Tablets, and now he
is all right and healthy looking. He
took four boxes. That is all he wants
to take whenever anything ails him.
So I praise your Tablets Just as high
as I have your Peruna. That is all
the medicine that ever comes in my
house. Whenever I travel I take some
with me. I have had three of my chil-
dren sick with scarlet fever two months
ago, and that is all I used, was the Pe-
runa and the Tablets. I fid not lose
any of them.
Sf there is any more information you
want. why Just let me know and I will
be glad to do so. Yours truly,
M)a. L. Loan. laveons, Mioh.

day and night. Then just eight days
from this we had another almost as
bad. This made# us an average of
one every two years through the
seventies up to 1880, this being the
last. The storm of Aug. 16th, 1871,
was the worst of them all, that is it
tore the timber and country gener-
ally up worse. The gale of 1878 was
the wettest of them all. Indian river
and the St. Johns were higher than
they have ever been in the memory of
man. There were hundreds and
hundreds of cattle drowned. The
gale of 1880 commenced, I think
it was, on Saturday, the 29th or
30th of August, at any rate, I
know it was August, and blew until
Wednesday. And be it remembered,
this was the nearest we ever came
having a gale in September, all com-
ing in August or October, though
those coming in October were not
quite so bad nor lasting long as those
of August. There has been no gale
later than the 22nd of October.
Good Lord deliver us from any
more gales like these. I have never
seen but one man that I thought they

frightened as much as they did me,
and that was my old friend B. J.
Mims who passed to the Great Be-
yond some years ago, God bless him.
Why, friends, if what we said in
sympathy with each other when we
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That any person or penon, who is. or are
boa fide fruit or prodaue growers, or who i,
or are bafide representatives Oftfruit or,
owen within th territory next adjacent to
te beadquatr of this Aociaton my be-
mM a member ths Amoistom; but this
Ausclato a will Iet at Say time receive into
its memabeMhip, aben of any kiadred
Amlationsu whle frit or produce lads are
heated nearer to sak other kindred Aso-
tios tha t are to this Asocaton.
without the bmmst of the Amodlatom next
adjacent to where aid holdings are located.
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aMm 1 %e @ lwe LAmoIism

,s iifU lbtsee at hmflJuee of

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atm th Itsla% u of Flridner
Stie a laws eo isBwe is HMo S0lt ort
1the i them*Ism of hois amle
M INh a sdnd with this

M al f s taMid Bspa the o is,-
a fltbom imUo patet dim g to law, amd

SThat the smm sf aid corporation is the
TtoaviMeIdis ive Citra s Growers' Asm.o

That tos am ation is oa ia.d under
th laws of th tame a Hortiea ltarall ao-
tle sad Otit to all the rights and
eo aforre by t laws of this State
oat la opt~I and the otig power
a all other rlilaned pirtile ofeach of
themSmbers ths Amoriatte holding a
esrtficate of mem-beahip I the sme, shall
be equal.
That there sall te ao stock of said
mestlem ab ti e r oae hbe orgaaied
as a Hortlultural vo lom and corporation,
at for pero b and it shall not seany shares
of stok whatever, ad shall otat any time
dare or pyay al ieod, or other profits
amany hodian i laid orporaton, but all
m eI'I comaieg late thua -atlu. fhor sr-
rim ended or ortherwis, ohal be used by
it hbr pyil t p te m rad otherwise
maintain lgthi Asul ati. oad any surplus
therosf malting la its had, shall be used
as the Board otDiretos of this Association
hall deem to th best interest of the Asoia-
Mie, esa rid Asciation shall mse to each
asm who shall become a member thereof.
a estioats of melmbo shia, aad shall
rnsil la return therefore the sum of Ome
DOnlr (1.e0) to be coimerted no the Trem-
iryof aide orporati; bt ao pero hall at
aay time hav, own or control more tha one
eartUlate af membership said Assatuon.
ar shall any peson aota grower d citrus
hfrit become or remain a a ember of this

That the purposes or whiph this Assoiation
is fmed ae to by, lease, rent. sll, occupy
aud ua, hold an disoe of all real and per-
sema pe wkhch may be necemary or
omeat for the adct of its business, and
to build, lease ad rent packing houses for
the paking of friht, ao to purchase all
erialthat may bo nIenssary or convenient
for the purpose ofaeking or preparing citrs
fruit, or other Florida grown products for
market. Als at sol, -as aent, citrus fruit
and all other kiads and variety of fruits,
sad produce, .which may be grown
or controlled by members of this
Asmoraton. Also to own stock n any other
iaorporatiorn or association, similar to this
Moderation, existing for the advancement,
ad protecting of fruit ad produce growers
in the State of Florida. Also to purchase and
aell to the members of this Association sub
fertilier, and fumigating and spraying im-
plements and tahterials, as may be thought,
by the board of Dirctois of this Association,
frm time to time. b their resolution, to be
meosmary or convenient for the 'fertilization
ef lands or the fumigating or spraying of
tre aued plants which belong to the mem-
hers of this Amneiataou. Also to buy and
eantraet fur the purchase of anything, that is
codsideed by the Hoard of Directors useful
or seoes-ary, for the prevention of insect
pets, or for the destruction thereof. for the
henet of its members as fruit and produce
rowers. Also the right to own, contract for,
and operate all necessary appliances that the
Board of Directni, at any time. may think
niece-ary for the fertiliuztion of groves and
tield the fumigating and spring of trees
and plant or the extinction of insect peats
on the lands belonging to the members of the
Assodl on, and et* charge therefor, and col.
lect, ucb reasonable rates for said service.
.s may be established by the Board of Direc-
tors from time to time, for the uses above
mentioned. And said Association shall be
.m powered to engage in a brokeisage factor
and commirssion selling business, to purchase
boxes, paper, nails, and other packing mater-
ial; to engage in and conduct a drayage,
transfer, forwarding and shipping business;
to purchase, hold, lease, or otherwise acquire
eightad refrigerator cars, wagons, drays.
truc boatb vesels, and other vehicles, and
the maOmury motive power and equipment for
the same, ad to aurcage In the Uaipenttlote
baelasm of all so produce, material anad
other ossabodtes as may be owned or coa.
trolled byt, ht not as a common carrier.
And to dLoe the same at will. To borrow
and lesa mmnsy by or apon mortgage on real
**state, or otherwise, and generally to transact,
*rry Oa, and perform all such other business
peratiosu, as are germain or tirncident to the
purposes above matioad.

La(range, Brevard
County, Florida
LaGrange. Brevard
County, Florida
Titusville, Brevard
County, Florida

That the Directors of this Association shall
have the right and power to charge nd col lect
from its members, and other fruit, vegetable,
and produce growers, represented or served
by this Association, such compensation and
remuneration, to be paid to sid Association,
as said Directors may fix and charge for its
services to him, her, or them, in the picking,
packing, handling, marketing, shipping, and
selling of any and all of the produce, and
material, which this Association is herein
authorized to handle and market.
It is hereby mutually agreed and fully
understood, by and between all the persons
becoming members of this Association, and
furthermore, aflly understood and agreed, by
all persons who may heraftr become mem-
bers of this Association, that one of the pur-
poses and objects of this Association is to bring
about and carry into effct, a system of mutual
o-operation between the citrus and other
produce growers of the State of Florida. in
the picking, packing, handling, shipping. and
marketing, of all citrus frit. and other pro-
duce owned. and controlled by the members
of this and kindred Associations in the State
of Florida; and to that end that this Associa-
tion is created and organized in connection
with and under the Florida Citrus Exchange,
and will at all times co-operate with and
through said Florida Citrus Exchange, as a
part of the system of exchanges which go to
make up, control, and operate said Florida
Citrus Exchange, whoe headquartersare now
located in the City ofTampa, and State of Flor.
ida. And that all citrus fruit, and other pro-
duce placed in the hands of this Association,
shall be marketed exclusively through said
Florida Citrus Exchange.
That the names and plates of residence of
the subscribing members and incorporators
to them Articles of Incorporation and Auxo-
clation, are a follows:
Names Residences

George B. Gardner,
Andrew Frucher,
George M. Bobbin,
Frank H. Boye
iar.r krkilem

LaGrange. Brevard
County, Florida.
Thusine. Brevard
County, Florida.
Titosvlle. Brevard
Tlusville. Brvard
County. Florida.

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VeNml AndM tA m psamal1 m m andtg
tmb te As Timsb 1hall May, stash

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oD al e imDtem M ad mdan 4. le
m_ L-e h-ed by ti A odati, sadt
tM sbNA O-an M member or this As.
Gail- Wssnob

i or e otrlled by him, ber or them,
ni tm d tat -dtl hits Amthc
ren shaUl d arM e the kigand hand-
.gemgteh tm it ha n--ld aln drms.
uns ss mmm su thmeaea -
aMebwe p 1m"ti B-Crd a Directors
athi Abti shall iz a determile.
to am embwe ths Amodatdon, shall
have t right to withdumw his fruit ad
mMd for m eme yar, m t id
=6: =oauwaret LMMlov in g
la writg to said A ehISm tI with.
Il t danext bulore the amual meeting
of this Aotiot, that he desires so to
withdw hs frult or other produce from the
nme, but in that evet. kmid member giving
metia em tobe a member of mid Amola-
ti, andall rights and privilege ina id
Amlatlib, alouging to said member shall
therepoa eae and determine. Provided.
however, ad it is hereby edand flly
*undetood by all person Jining this Asso-
elatioc, that any member of the same with
drawn from this Ameldat by disposing
of his frut or produce through any other
M than ta through this A-oiation, or
withholding same from this Amessation,
and without giving the notice, as hereinafter
provided, shall forfeit to this Association, as
and for liquidated damages to this Amoca-
fon, tr isch withdrawal the sum of
fty eeats per box. for all citru fruit or other
produce, produced by him during the year of
mid withdrawal, and so withdrawn by him.
It is further hereby understood and agreed
that in eae any member of this Aomciation
wlb has withdrawn his fruit or produce from
this Amisation, a above describedafterwards
wshea to return and rejoin this Aoi iou,
and exercise the rights of a member, tt he
maydo do by, and with the onent only, of a
majority of the Board of Directors of this
Association, and upon his paying to this
Asoiation all penalties that have been
seemed agasint him, and not previously paid.
That the term for which this Asoiation
shall exist is fifty year from and after the
date of its incorporation.
That the officers of mid Asociation
who shall transact its business hall be
a Board of Directors, a Prsidentfand a Vice-
President, and mid President and Vice-
President. shall aso b e the Preilent and
Vice-President, respectively, of said Board of
Directors, and each of them shall, at the time
of ailing said ofce, be a member of this
Association, and a director in the oame. And
ti A-socation shall also have a Secretary
and Treasurer, both of which ofaes may be
flled by one and the same person. And the
number of Directo of this Assoiation shall
be threq but the aid Association, without
amendment of its charter, may. at any time.
by a two-third vote of its Directors, inreate
it directory, and may at any time, after me
increasing the ame, and by a similar voe
of its directors, decrease its directory, a mid
Directors shall see AL But at no timeshall
the numberof aid Directors be increased to
a number greater than nine; and at no time,
shall the number of said Directors be decreas-
ed to a less number, than the original number
of director herein speifled. IThat the names
and resident of the growers who are hereby
appointed by the incorporatorsofthis Assoca-
ion, and who shall act as directors to mid
Asoeation for the rst year of its existence.
and until its other directors are legally
elected and qualified, are:




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Notice of Applicatlon for Tax Deed Under
Sectlona of Chapter 4888, Laws
of Florida
Notice is hereby given that James F. Mit-
chell, purchaser of Tax (ertificate No. 33.
dated the 2nd day of July. A. D.. 1906. has
filed said certificate in my office, and has made
application fur tax deed to issue in accordance
with law. Said certificate embraces the fol-
lowing described property situated in Brevard
county, Florida, to-wit: N. i of N. E. I and
E. J of N. W I Section 19 Township 24 South,
Range 36 East. The said land leing assssed
at the date of the issuance of such certificate
in the name of Levy Smith. Unirm said cer-
tificste shall be redeemed according to law.
tax deed will issue thereon on the 4th day of
October, A. D., 1909.
Witness my official signature and seal this
the Srd day of September. A. D., 1909.
Clerk Circuit Court Brevard County. Florida.
I Circuit Court I
i seal i

Notlee of Application for Tax Deed Under
Section 8 of Chapter 4885, Laws
of iorlda
Notice is hereby given that Lena Mitchell,
purchaser of Tax Certificate No. 36. dated the
1st day of August, A. D.. 1904, has filed said
certificate in my office. and has madeapplica-
tion for tax deed to issue in accordance with
law. daid certificate embrace the following
described property situated in Brevard cooun
ty, Florida, to-wit N. 221 a. of8. IE. of S.
E, Section 29, Township 21 South. Bange
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A Chicago newspaper man tells
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start from home one bitter morn-
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was hovering around zero and a
raor edge gale was hustling in off
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gloves, and, turning to his wife, he
asked: "Whatever became of that
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"I wouldn't wear those things if
I were you," responded his wife.
"Why not?" inquired John, look-
ing at her suspiciously out of the
tail of his eye.
"Why," returned his. wife, in a
resigned tone, "you wouldn't any
more than get downtown with those
ear coverings on before somebody
wbuld ask you to 'come in and have
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it, and when you found it out the
shock might kill you. Then I would
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John had closed the door and
gone on his way-without the ear
Overruled the Court.
The rigid observance of English
rules in South Carolina courts and
the neglect of the same on the part
of a barrister well known in his day
gave rise to the following passage;
"Mr. P.," said the judge, "you have
on a light coat. You can't speak."
"May it please the bench," said the
barrister, "I conform strictly to the
law. Let me illustrate. The law
says the barrister shall wear a black
gown and coat, and your honor
thinks that means a black coat?"
"Yes," said the judge. "Well, the
law also says the sherifT shall wear
a cocked hat and sword. Does your
honor hold that the sword must he
cocked as well as the hat ?" He was
permitted to proceed.
He Had No Objections.
He had held one of the fattest
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boss, and when he died there was
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tion. The first man to reach the
boss had no particular claim upon
lim, but merely placed his faith in
the adage of the early worm.
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It was then that Captain Tilton
nearly lost his life. He was the last
man to leave the ship, and just as
the boats were being pushed off he
jumped from the vessel, but missed
the stern of the boat and fell into
the sea. Luckily, however, he man-
aged to catch a rope that was
thrown to him, but it was not with-
out difficulty that he was pulled
into the boat when he was dragged
The mist was so dense that they
had no idea of their locality, but on
reaching the shore they saw the
rocky headland of Cape Parry loom-
ing over them, and then they knew
that they had at least 400 miles to
travel before regaining Herschel
island, this, too, along a barren and
deserted coast line in open boats
and probably in a raging sea.
This wreck occurred on Aug. 16,
yet on Aug. 26 they arrived at Her-
schel island, every one of them
strong and well and no whit the
worse for. his adventure. Theyl
made the whole journey through
rough seas and through gales of
wind. Every stitch on their backs
was constantly drenched.
Of supplies they carried only that
scanty portion which a whaleboat
always has on hand for an emergen-
cy. Nor are the emergencies con-
templated of such duration.
Every now and then they had to
put ashore to find fresh water and
to snatch a few winks of sleep, and
I can answer for it that putting
ashore here is no easy matter, for
there are many miles of coast line
along which it is almost impossible
to find a place for landing in a
strong wind.
These men doggedly held on
their course, crossing two large
bays, Franklin bay and Liverpool
bay, until at last they reached the
Mackenzie delta, and, keeping well
to seaward of this, they arrived in
a storm which prevented ships from
putting to sea.
They had made a fine, heroic ef-
fort. It had been a case of do or
die with all of them, and they had
carried on a desperate and unceas-
ing struggle and had accomplished
an average daily" journey of forty
miles in an open boat.
John, Thomas, Richard, Etc.
The popularity of John is be-
lieved to be due to the supposed
suitability in baptism of the Bap-
tist's name, just as Jordan was a
name usually given to children who
were baptized in water brought
from Palestine by pilgrims or cru-
saders. The prevalence of William
is due to William the Conqueror.

that of Robert to sympathy with
the misfortunes of his son. Thonmas
came in with the murder of the
great archbishop. The crusading
exploits of Richard I. made the
name popular, while to the adven-
tures of the paladins we owe Po-
land, Roger and Reginald. In the
fourteenth century Charles, Jamnes
and George are almost unknown.
Charles only became popular after
the execution of Charles I.. and
George came in witl the llanove-
rian dynasty.-London Notes and
lecturer, talking; of economy.
cited the case of a leadiigl Ialv a
told to him by her manager.
The manager one Monday night
entered a leading lady's dressing
room with a huge bouquet in his
"The florist just sent this over.
with the bill," he murmured con-
fidentially behind his hand. "I'll
have it-er-thrown on at the end
of the trial scene, eh?"

This World Famed Place Owes Its Ex-
istence to a Lottery.
No city in the world offers more
curiosities for sightseers than Lon-
don, though the places of greatest
interest are miles apart, such as St.
Paul's cathedral and Westminster
abbey, the Guildhall and the par-
liament buildings.
The British museum is in that
part of the capital known as
Bloomsbury, which at one time wa-
the abode of the elite, but now. is
the boarding house district. "hri
institution is really the center of
artistic interest, for it contains onr
of the richest and most costly ol.
elections in the world.
It is not generally known th;it
the institution owes it- existen,'.
to a lottery. The faiimni-. Slo ',
collection. v o w-
fered to the l~!t r'-h goverT!'nt ft'T
$100.1(,0,1. in I:;.l. ; ,n'l ,'ariim 1 l
voted that the silit -, int!,i I,. raii-,.l
hv a lottery. unldr t'1 .;i'ce- -of
the archlishop of i an'riiur t. I
lord chancellor ai :ind l -it.k,.r of
com mons. Thi.- \ v\;i ,, ;an,! t ,
reill iri,! a ion int rii-,i. lT h ,. ot-

an1d transferred to tl:,- M:_ .
palace in Ploom.,iryv. w!iich ;it thi *
time was situiited on teic out-ki;-
of Londom. Public interest i.;'l
been aroused, and from that tiiV
on patriotic Britons have enriti.--!
their priceless relics into the in-ti-
The British museum has t':,.
largest library in the world. It r..-
The Lund Glow of Doom
:is seen in the red fa'-. hands anAl imlI y of
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quirle forty-ve miles of shelvang
to house its book, and there is a
annual increase of 100,000 vol.

The library has a Chiase eney-
tlopeda consisting of 5,000 vol-
ams and an endless amount of val-
uable manuscripts. In 1907, when
for the fint time in fifty-two years
there was a general houseeleaning
in the palace, it took jut six
months to do it, at a cost of $10,-
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%r.p--. ncum a qer.
The met's Eye&
he es of plant are in the
leaf. The paper and lower sur-
faces of leaves are covered by a saT I,
thin, transparent skin, which in nt ..
many cases can be peeled of easily.
When examined under the micro- wow
scope this akin is seen to consist of if t l
innumerable compartments, or cells,
many thousands of which are found
on a single leaf. They contain a la
clear, watery sap, and their shape
is such that they behave like or-
dinary convex or plano convex
lenses, the rays of light which fall
upon them being converged and it
brought to a focus in the substance succeed wh o everything ea a
of the leaf. According to Professor In aervous pr atrui ad
Haberlandt, these cells enable the weakness the me the **i*
plant to perceive the difference be- m~udy, a tbousanwS ave
tween light and dark andset up a FOR KIDNEY UV AND
stimulus which results in the move- iSTOMACH .UIleM
ment of the leaf into such a posi- ove a dn aggit's rcnW
tion that it can obtain the maxi-
mum amount of light.

Children Cry
Work cf 'h, Fiv-'-.
The annuii ranfa!! on all the
land -ur." -f t:.- b,,.. ::,. ;n ,
to ?.Of ,0(t, .'" o.,.: one-
fifth of t:*-. :)r ;,.i,00 c u ic nillc;.
drains off t'tr,'v-:h river-. The rest
is absorbed a',i1 evaporated. But
each cubhi- nl- of river water car-
ries in solution ,m an average 76.,-
000 tonr of dli.-olved foreign mat-
ter. P. ,'! I;ll* ri ers 5,000.000,000
tons of :olid, substance is thus car-
ried annia!vf t.) the sea. Suspend-
ed sedinmnts, ior silt. the enormou-
mechanical load of streams, are not
included in these figures. Only the
dissolved matter is considered, rep-
resenting the chemical work on
rock and soil which the percolating
waters have accomplished. The
Mississippi carries past New Or-
leans each year 98,369.000 tons of
dissolved salts, the product of chem-
ical erosion.-- uineapolis Tribune.

So Tired
It my be from overwork, but
the chance are Its from a- aIn
active LIVER.
With a well conducted UVER
me can do mountain of labor
without fatigue.
It adds a hundred per cent to
eaes earning capacity.
t can be kept ia healthful action
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There is
scarcelv any limit to the
Sposible improvement in s **r ;.
but it takes time and mo" '*. h -
been improving flower a i '' "
reeds for over !, year.. rr- t' ;.: .
people work ing to maL, Frr-rv
Secault you. Buy the he t -'-rr'-
For ale everywh-rr.
FErnmrs seei o ANNIVAL
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The corn in the farnir's b In d.tsnotot plam
tmelf. No more can Nature, alone az.'i ut.
..Ieia. always perf'rrin the eiormlottu tasks are s tiften tibrcveiI u: wIi her.
Nature Needs an Asslstan.
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lit ret. czmiltlisto ofh Isiwi '-rk Ihe Ir't'i V.42 i
Hit 4'Willhitm ii.~e l froonltitle Aaeteivaa
G eticit 13 i'vl5 I'& t'34' I l yt n e*' i 3 1 .:i t 'vtii .*
Ver his 'Xlbl4Stlitlst, iwotrk. sle vasi-
vitf' l it)I E lam mal a tl a rtnteei 'd a Vold
11itue mIn frro t I hIt. 1 141ait1 4 ;tirn 1 altb'a I
mw'itet3 .lfir b5tidofla tad a sinmi Ia I 11441:1,'
from i hie Bo ul SNottish (v'ot'-aphvii;v
awciety3 of
after r Ithi'lapse if ita yoi r Penry wt
greatly to underinke unfmthier :tretle Iril'
and hats been the iiiiO selprsistenta't :trv
tic explorer of recetat virs-i E'I:
time lie sltcic4vded iii 14-E4iW2 furtrele!r

north, reaching 84 degrees 17 minutes
I t

oadied, capable oIKinZ yonv t .inan
around to the otnifhe of a bi rncn-
tractor who had a position hye wa t-
ed filled. I thought I had found
just the man for him. Bit tho
young man came back here disap-
pointed and said he diiln't ret the
job for some reaison-hoe couldn't
figure out why. I called up themion-
tractor, and lie iexplino(l ldiow it
was. 'The fellow kept whistling a
lot of tunes s,:li a.& ".\Aild I.:Lini
Syne" and "The S.uwanw.e l:i\r"
while he wa. waiting to ,e', m'e.
said the contractor. 'andl I dctile.d
that he wouldn't d1o ,before I even
saw him. lie mrvt 1, a ,low 1mov-
ing,,. slow thinki-nl ti;iT or !' "io,'ll
whistle livelier I in '-. S r.,i ,1

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Hoppity Hop
Arvy yoti *j.ttb tarky .rettinsg anlolu44 b% I t lIt.
a:id of cfllt thi. (,3a : eraise'? Un l.- 3l 1:t
a I antis esat lrav'e :i I'.rnair-m it sti ijr 131-i
lilt- is rheumatki~n. Itlumsbago. ~Sonul.aS.'t iij i Jutz..
esir any'tingill*Cestlike nata I te uwl1ile a I1d'. S3l' w
L tinime taitlt 1341 ill, iss little yusat4-:11 '. 1 e I


e' etI* a We WM s tte set s rsti la mesrm fsr the
ib BPr a btho pert pole, m
-v-e I Uw'-'-K u. ^A m eAb psh*
-ue W~ -itt o i maa 6 w ith"
P ,eiw0L R.mst ai t tCi s WHO WAS FIRST?
asod bere1 0 e ashe ot ma o --.
Wte he plate tre tars ad.:5 Tee1 Cetver w over Who DmlsO ed
f tMhat f to O M gal eM A pr 'tl North Plte
U I he fty-t t=r years sad After fet uri of vain search for
fibbed a ta brpn whbe tUi rt tte artb pole two men wltin a week
Mr. Peary Is a sattve of Pn t. amMmced Its diasovery. and the eon-
Taaln wr* tbe was bor ia the little. trov y now o over who was frst
Ylage dt Ciema e- May 6. tIN B o to reb the coveted goal promle to
ia the ma oft Caries N. sad May b ce of the greatest of modern tunes.
Wary. wl was a Miss, W'le before Te claimed of the repertlve explorers
bar arra. The ftUre arctic ex- will be fought out
porer reelved bi early train in tb ert e corner of
tbe public acbools of his native village the eartht ad the
ad whm tbea rew older entered Bo-w. r .eeIost will have
eta colle. from whleb be was grad- a problem on their
uted Io 1T17. Pura made a specllty hnot be solved, from
of drU d agtoeerii In btI colleLg not be solved, tom
m cl all appearances, for
some time.
How the contro-
venry will dlnally be
. setled is problemat
D. COOL al. lentisay
it will fially develop into a court trial
with the foremost selentists of Anwr-
kas and Europe sitting as a tribunal.
Both Peary and Cook will be called
upon for proof of their claims. The
whole disagreeable cootroversy will
be thrashed over
by whe scwentits
In the weight
of the iletuntitli
proof each aan
can bring for-
ward to back up
his claim. The
palm will go to
the real conquer-
or of tbe pole.
The one time
controversy re-
garding the
shape of tb he
ea rth promise t
to dwindle Into SOBERT 3. PRARY.
om0arl a igr. Ins lgicaulne beside this latest quarrel
of the scientists.

course, and four years after hbl Irad The enmity between Cook and leary
nation he ramed a brilliant examlu as been of years' standing. and to the
oi fo entrance into the s ulted Intltiates of each At these explorers
states navy as a civil engineer. the controversy they have started did
Peary's frst activities tn the frozen not come as a surprise. Dr. Cook
north began In it 18 when be was went with onole i'rry expedition to thei
temporarily detached from the canal polar regions as surgeon to the party.
work. He made a reconnolosance of Upon the return of the narty to the
the Greenland Inland lee cap east of United states it Is said Dr. Cook made
Dteco bay. The most northerly lai some bcarges against Peay. claiming
tude be reached at thattime was 7 that the members of the Peary party
degrees. His exploration work in this had'not treated the Esklmos properly.
venture attracted national attention While the controversy may never lie
and It was only natural when the Acad settled. there is at least cause for Rat-
eay ot Natural ele:Wices of PhIladel Isfaction that the north pole problev,i
pbkh In 1IDl organized an arctic ez- is now solved In a muanter beyond
pedllion that Peary should he (hboen dispute. However the claiius of Cook
urs the ( nltde'r in chief. and Peary may ti regarded. that the
'his c.xlidititi was lawa:ly tiftseell pole has actually been discovered t and
piol ths. Frolrn in exllonltion st and by an Amrerican no one will now deny
pollt it twa hix rhly le.y sftl. lear . *
st thli.t lied Itnll y facts about the lnn't let the hhy sultidr I'roam e'ZanI.. ires
4G.reeniand boundary line which lup to or any itching of the skin. Ihlail' (lintllenlt
Ihat lilmle' were niikntiowt' nto s. cl't) -iit tiists iv itt:lt relief. res q1tic'kcly. l'ertlc'ly
til'r for c.hidrenl. All slruggits . w 1e it
iod g.e griphelrls. He found :land
1aurntulr I IH ej n s~tni el'it Iry. reacbhilig a
ltitullde of n dgrtes. lie :also dii Picking 'Em by Their Tunes.
.over(-d and llnlted .Melville aid Ileil- "Eimployers have their own idea-
prin i:all. lying Ineyonid 4 ;r'enl:inid. about the .4)rt of, iman that will fit
He also, s.ta..llist.l beyoI d the ;ut's into a certain job." said the titan-
mioni of a ultIbt ihut (;reetlhiand in 1 ager of.a local enpllovmnent httreat.
tishll(d. "Not mRn. days I .,nt an al,!o-

English in Java.
X ps~kithil~ili'etI II Java, called
''"1lw t.'' JavaJ'raivvlcr-' 4Gildc,''
-a'.' asf -nmat~til -nitairittit "A It
vl1.0 u.-tll- tcrilt -; a phli*'-i'iaui.

1' sr daily I reatriesqt, wt itt1-lc s)f
w,' li.-raie'tal-III (CildItri len .wteii
p':irs Ipt fssr lodl!Ze's h.Of of the

me-l = jitliel'-: re 'ids; [1',m
*tl*eh list.Ij W11i fwri-:Hi in er

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ret. O)11\ :t!c'1.t-'itI 141" ;Il-es ac~imtl- iII!) Ie

t i salotfI ftdfle ho iir-e and t1 t aid'
are AIt at sed wI 1 be fore Itt+:t

W6 deS N ear Amild s
M r. basert r-y, w.lh of At
bailm m who ,mse d ao

baie r manrri t oMr. Pry ai
an a"MI NW *Mbftltas ex aN-
m- saI Is L* O de aml a

dte epermdot e art -the o
sM hMrs aHer d&gMsWar. Me*
Aurrho PWry. was berno I thb r
more t I o Us ad saw ittl dayfghte
til he was ei months ol.
Mrs. Pery Ir well know to arefr
expklmr and eeb t anllt and haM ebe
of iret lmtanse toa, her blend In

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his work. Upon entering their home
at Eagle Isle. Malne. a visitor can
see at a glance every evidence of art-
tie explorations. 'TIw hallway and
walls at decorated with curios and
relics Irought home by Commannder and
Mrs. Pea ry from former trps. About
the foors of the dr:inwlinr rnmnis are
mounted skins of ithe polar bear and
other ;alniialor of that cold'region. On
the walls are hung arctic scenes. the
various implements of lthe Msklnios
and the picture ol llItle Ah-ni.iihl-to
Peary in Eskimo 'ivslum'. A enhinelt in
one corner caintaiins mliln:iture' sInw-
shoc-., snow sleds. pike-s :Ind Eskii''o
It Is a str:anig cnllncilncte tha n 11t M
Peary rrcvl'Jvcl he Ini'~w of lher htiI-
bhnd's aretlh seeoss n l Sout li llarpr-
well. Mee.. just where Mrs. Coiok got
the first news that her husband hiad
reached the pole. Mrs. Peary was ly-
ing down at the time when her daugh-
ter burst into the room. waving in her
band the message of success. crying:
"Oh. glory, glory, mamma! Papa
has been heard from-be has reached
the pole!"
Mrs. Peary quickly came to the door
and, seeing the messenger, said, "Oh,
God bless you!"
A large American flag was at once
run up at Eagle isle.

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James Haisten, Rev. O. A. Wright ler on Thursday. Florida andl
officiating. Miss Gibert is the eldest Rev. Carson and wife spent Tues-
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Gib- day afternoon in Melbourne calling Western
ert, and numbers her friends by the on Rev. Shafer and wife.
score. Mr. Haisten is a young man Rev. Carson will fill the ulpit at Nlats
St. Paul's M. E. church next Sunday
young man of sterling qualities. We both morning and evening.
wish the young couple every blessing The Baptist Sunday school gave a minds
in life. picnic to Melbourne Beach last Satur- '-t OD
The two council ordered two miles day. An enjoyable day was spent. "n--ruviLLE, FLORIDA
of cement sidewalk to be made. Cocoa Rev. Thiot launched his new boat
is to have a public dock at foot of last week and made a trip to Lotus. A. STEWART is the biggest value for the money ever offered in a car
Sandet street. This is to be one of Sunday, preaching in the afternoon. Practical demonstration of Ford car and full particulars
the most complete docks in the vie- Miss Julia Arnold, of Malabar, y as to the new styles and models given at any time by
inity. It is to be a free dock-with spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Inn lnn E. B. WAGER, Titusville, Agent for the Ford Cars.
a large warehouse on the end. It C. C. Houston. E. B. Arnold was e n uraI c
willextend into the river 250 feet, also town. i lnua R IC O M PA NY
by 30 feet wide, thus giving room Mr. Carl Powell and family re- IND IAN R IV ERR CY
for twotemsto drive tothe bulk- turned to Melbourne after several TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA Groceries
weeksspent in town during the ab- Dealers in Staple and Fancy Groceries
head, which will be 80 feet in length. sence of Mrs. Powell's father, T. I represent some of the leadingJ at Competitive Prices
It will be a great benefit to our town Shave. companies of the world and any
and neighboring towns. T. J. Shave, wife and son arrived business entrusted to me will re- GASOLINE, CYLINDER OIL, CUP GRFAS, ETC.
Your your temper is der- Saturday from afew weeks outing ceive prompt andcareful attention ALLENHURST, FLA. HAULouVE cANAL
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1A Not-drop Indian River State Bnk
1 0 10ar wsT s t lle Mr. D. 9L C boB.IN S

Mr. C. Jomn 'b NOWvin m hs mod he is hav ther ground h ve fth modern "01edical science. A aw
CMrs. arith ty t Mr ace m an uh prlscr i n e ve lirly, if
w a r in tn on td W. ,w alcohol A ys days. Th En
aO a o wee tovpsewe vegebl n doctor. s oow hiadvice as twd E A alters- GEI G
.ball a th C.o_ mo n Tha- ~b ta wintr ORT eveive Nw York C. This is all In keep
.t r. e.. .obw tarted i met Uc u derablesa their aboud wth modern medical science.ILLE,
Slot ared. put in order for ths purp It explains why Ayer' Sr- LARGEST AND OLDEST BANK ON THE RIVER
Mrs w h Ch Ciat Poit, Mr. Clan o ad tt he sa aillt i now made entirelyE T AND tOLD A NONT
iw avt adi in toingo Ga. t ua. Dnwdy of er rio str in town free fo ao coholr Ask your nchi pa bou t adon r d on 1 faei u

Ms. D. Prvnst andl ifl May to plant where he discovered it but by takhi laxativeo|at doss ofAvrs o s
n Ge l on te Indian eo ere to play reeed no c ldion door. FPolow his advice. -ma two olten with Cotive an

Mr J C Shaw reached homeCla awo dlan to Je hadi to. on t in Texs ad iloao. S 1 1it hara iv Sn
We V6 0110 ow rtessals CORRUBPORDERTS-Empre Trust Company, 42 Bmdway, New Iork 01y Tb. At.
"day. North Polad a e% o an. .ional.ank of ck TItle Jackso nvile. Florida.
vi have strtedan meatco themcuona these about the rst ofTITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.ober having
mhs o hme in ore with Car nthe north pole in the nedwspbers.A st t t
Knorwl In Eo mn w man o have toapo to the actdisc iacnlle
Ms Win. Heato ~regions to find one. .ohn R. Field U. hIaac Od he ,boe

and at Indian pttings, a. upon it.. He had n stu or stripes c Tboutrcoayeting your continpatson
Mrs.C. D Preto it and Ws May to lant where he discovered it, but y taking laxative doses of Aver Pills. HA
MI~- % a"owe atvvw.= hom e ae llt a The eould witn u la cwd. O. ashore wa .. tw O Olu, a -
Whitied, of eoen Har were oA the new, that he had found the pole.e h
em.m on the Indian River. He received no cog.tioklations, butI sing, arrived Monday from a two
J. C. s ched hone lastwa told to get out. So John had t month visit in T and Clors.or n oo
t th vin pent the summer at get out in the yard and e his Mrs. Gleason is ext d to ,arrive
Mr... clothes and hang them on a clothes about the first of october, having
town o ith home eptiorth of hi two line ior week. It hat uppened toand be stopped or a visit with her sister Handle the Finest Lin( iV
Mrls M. Hill a Co. will hve a a pole oat. His won wres not dis in acksonville.
enera s.millier oping .. I puted orut of a Jftie, Cor he ar fTol remede a bay contatly fain to Shelf Hard
eam. Hare g getting r ad fort rel diCoerd t ag t last Thursday between pastit and
MthrMoreto m aith a. son and DeWitt's Little Eal Ri is the afe sue, the home team was witnessed by a
liAn =d w... little P.ills. he original toal-e I crow The- score was 3 to i
ater, isM Lena Harris, of Atant, It itch ats Save DeWitt'. The in favor of the home team. On Fri-tock of
to be from something they had eaten highe istam bied ader bo. It isng theor day the Hastings team left f or. Sporting Goods
Sbhour of sale, beinnin at eleven market It i taken eternally in do from be pe nal attention. Mail rder
at the bme are a rt it a ellin clc a ood for pa Sold by Pierce on the boat Indian River. te ll
Mr. B. Jeialrn, of Banyan, hh The blor more o urfh in r th stion of te is compl at tim
bo-uht Mr. HaiWn's property. in Constable's Sale country th oan al other disease put together.
town with the eeeptim of Mhi two Notice is herebyy ven that under dbe incuible. For rat nyw years sd tos
byinr T anda S"^ ^^' P d de moniala. Adre F J. CEY AO., Paints and Oils of Qu * *
Iotandme dweling and pavioonreceive. by meIr, ronounaed it oFam dis a nre the be
ad tineed ot of a Justice's Court for Iroc remedimand by ostatlyfailinu to
MThe o Hardee & Gingrwa lost Bremd County, Florida, against A s ureith loM trameeitin o e of o r Sp
t ion e m as hr t week. As they u Waldo c, n which the LaRoche ur bl Sience prove ea rrhA t e
o p o wes Brons. e plnttiff, I have levied Eupon on-titutioonrl diseasR they, reform requires

ditreet ght This little Street is im- district, to contest against Congres- IN GREAT DEMAND!! We handle produce of all kind. We are aent fr Mape' Fertilie W l xcliv
i rir ht_ lo anFrankd will rkl t public auction to the man. J. Cheuotations o the trae o maf all o F. J Chene. Write ay f ri C
to be Irm something they ad elcl. higohet bidder for Cs, during the lel Ohio, is the only constitutio al cure on the ir saE. L. BrADY A Bor. Td r wrrls
SMr. Henry Bank, of LaGradeng, pres ofii le,that ing t eleven mto market. It ir taken internally in does from be
Shas been the get at the Cocoa opok iin., on Modssy th e th day 10 dropl to a teaspoonful. It acts di rely oD n
on the A. S8. Walters place, which of September, 1909, at the store of tbheblood fnd muous surfaces of the system. solicited and promptly filled
La-. -oc/he, ortya Flvorid h a ,Threoter one mhndredollars f or Pany amr
Hous fory belonged to Mr. H.a J. M-on of may well Cposrtend peoplidae thi. care.l an d W fint r cthn ithere- s andn

owns a winter home at City Point heZ oth and cothe ror prAof the Unied StaOte
Gn. .. ... ... ord -.,- - monialas. Addrem F. J. CHENEY & CO.,
Ginnis. This is a fine location, oebdnt. o old by dyosa 775e. Toledo, 0.
handsome dwelling and pavilion are J. R. Ml< iloml's Family Pills ar the best.
ton.ebe built. _Constable 14th Ditlct Articlese thPerfumery Stationer
to be ed o l m t st. YOUNG MEN, LEARN
The coh puihas ordered sidewalks Zim Will RunForCongre u ss TELEGRAPHY! a a. Ie BRADY r BRu
'on Mulherry street and to connect ).W. Zim, state senator from St. TELEGRAPHY"
street. Also lamps to be sed for A didacy feor congre s rom the Secon orders sicited and r ied i rder anhin e
street lights. This little street is im- district, to contest against Congress- IN GREAT DEMAND!! Wehandleproduce of all kinds. We areagentsforMapes' Fertilizers W.lflcius
provng right along man Frank Clark, which will upset in the above linesof oods and olicit the trade of all coaturs. Write u fr px
-r othe calculations of many who made BOYS. THI 8 YOUR OPPORTUNITY Groin and all Groceries, delivered at your station. E. L. BRADY &B RBIl). TarrVnLLL
.Mr. Heny ens of range, prediction that Clark would have no toeiarn a reasonable tht oad at good
GA., hai been the guest at the Cocoa position. It seems to be the opin- salary every month in the yar. There w ill D. H. PELL l)r. J. ('.PELL. Rgitd Ph Tor
House for several weeks. Mr. Banks ion of many well posted people that this Fa demand for Teleraph OpertorB
wi v r i years pest.. The prominent railroads of N
owns a winter home at City Point Zim will give Clark a lively race. many pt.he parts of the United States
the 8ohth and other wirt of the United Staten
andacom. here at this time of th iweekon't wste yor money buing pl are writing us to quality as many young men
year to esape the hay fever. W. hen you can gt a bottle of Chamben rlSain' t o d character forl thPeir service as we po-Mnu re DisWa
D.e C. Cunfeld, of Melbourne Gnnel dmpened with this liniment yi f th o pewl ra l ttophr isd golde In rem re D s A l

A ew crk r.J .Gbe Tu any pl ate forme n oBn ka st ,ost pi it THE NEW FORD MODEL AT 825.
sma rshaon a hi wife's health per- Aor 3ATTT anleasnt work; permanent employment; haven't in stock. k
Marriedts. rs. Alenrd, and the baby will Our tuitiLadies Aid Society was enter- onable; ard low
join him there in a couple of months. Mr. Farley, of Malabar, was a rte; Newnau is extremely healthful; fie John e. Van De Veen W.e. Ford
visitor in town Sunday. climate; excellent drinking water. Write at
neday. The same officers were this week at Ft. Pierce. postal will bg T I EiI ILL I U t U U.
Mrs. P. A. McMillan, who hasbeen oTe'p Pure Ice Manufactured from Distille Water
Hughlett for Mayor, Messrs. E. C. quite ill, is very much better this lOX 171 nEWmll, GEOBGIA Prompt Deliveries Made to all Shippin Points o the Florida East Coast
Daniel as eouneilmen, Mr. R N. The "Guild" was entertained on iast niast Net MarketL
Andrews, clerk, and Mr. J. C. Gibert, ITuesday at the home of Mrs. E. B. THE NEW FOR) MODEL "T AT 5825.
I Taylor. Marke
Married, Sept. 23rd, at the Metho- The Ladies' Aid Society was enter- G. 1. DURII, AOGNT _,.:



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