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: 10 1, 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).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00075901
Volume ID: VID00721
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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Ms l W.N. ldry, of Fort Plere,
ai 4 w in oa r rh t hLrw wit

rd oumamuded the summer
Tb1iam biat-bday seaon. o From
w o all tor eswill remain open
all de ayt t aay
Mr. J. M.LMan received a carload
of lae looking mules yesterday,
emot of tim purchaedin Atlanta,
|or In Jaksorville.
SMi r Iniia Cooklang, of TIlman,
retursmd to Stetaon University, De-
i-d, Tesday, where she will take
m aoter year in voeal instruction.
Mr. Fred B. Sekie is having his
reoatly prch-bed lot on the river
frost leared of serab and grai, im-
prom i its appearane very much.
Mrs. A' B. Whildin and baby arrive.
ed froan h Gallie Wdneaday after
oon. Mr. Whildin and family are
oeempinga of the Taylor cottages
Sin Suath Titoville.
The Artei mall boat failed to
make the trip Tueaday on account
of motor trouble and played out bat-
tries. Brok Revel, ithe carrier,
made up the lost trip by an extra one

Dhahip Wa. Cane Gray stopped
oi here Wdnasday afternoon on his
worim a tip down the coast, and
the gm I of D-mobtam
omer night, Maivng yet y morn-
ing for his home in Orlando.
The Petodey (Mich.) News, of
Monday, Sept, mth, contains a full
w account of the narrow escape of the
New Arlington hotel, of that place,
from fSe, of which Mr. S. H. Peek,
of Rockledge, is the proprietor.
Conductor BHale had the pleasure of
having his family with him at Hotel
Dixie from Saturday until Monday
i morning when Mrs. Hale and Gar-
land, Eugenia and ihahbeth return-
ed to their home in Jacksonville via
Those. Mackey and Leroy Brown,
colored, in the employ of Hotel Dixie,
were arrested the first of the week
for stealing, having been caught by
Manager Green with a decoy. Search
of their rooms showed they had ap-
propriated some of the hotel furnish-
ings. They were tried before Judge
Wilson Wednesday and sentenced
yesterday to pay a fine of $25.00 and

Bureaus, dressers, dressing stands
W ashtans frators, springs
Matter kitchen safes ice cream
frear (White Mountain), chairs
Tables, wardrobes, iron be, rugs
Mattinga art aquares, carpetL
CtS. A. GA, 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
as follows: Lot No. 3, section 35,
also lot No. 3, section 36, in township
31 south, range 39east. This land is
unimproved but finely located. For
further particulars address.
E. M. Low,
Brockton, Mass.
5 or 6 doses 666" will cure any
case of chills and fever. Price 25c.
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
urpoae of reaisterugs voters for the

it m shri Tartuiomi
Get i the habit of Aoml- like
yodr wff does. o&ok a=und and
waCW W, quality and priea.
We ite arin for we have

eat nmterials ii and out-you get
a a bargain ever time you buy
a ShloS= gamet Ivetigate and
beoe convinced. Lare shipment
ut arrived, of al that Is new, in
Cal Cothing. Prices from $10 to*
we50.. For style and quality at
remonable prices give us a call.
02 ?dm OiM.t Sim
Tftuavil, Florida.
Found Refuge in Canaveral Bight
The steamer Goldsborough, which
has been making regular trips be-
tween Jacksonville and Key West
and Cuba, anchored in the bight of
Canaveral Sunday after being six
days out from Key West trying to
make Jacksonville against the stiff
northeaster blowing last week.
The vessel got as far north as Or-
mond when her coal supply and stock
of provisions was too low to permit
her trying to reach St. Johns river,
and Cpt. Lewis, in charge of her,
decided it was better to go back and
anchor in the bight of Canaveral than
to run the vessel onto the beach.
This was accomplished and First Mate
P. M. Dickey came ashore and was
brought here Monday by Capt. F.
M. Wilson in order that he might
telegraph Jacksonville for coal and
provision. The mate left Tuesday
for Jacksonvlle and it is expected
that the tag Three Friends will bring
a supply of coal, etc., to the Golds-
The Goldsborough is about 800
tons burden and her captain will be
remembered as one prominent in the
filibustering during the Spanish-
American war, having had charge of
the Dauntless.
Mate Dickey states that off Or-
mond in about eleven fathoms of
water they saw the top mast of a
sunken steamer but could glean no
information in regard to her.
The Goldsborough did not have a
cargo on this trip, but was pretty
well ballasted with heavy machinery
in her hold which helped her to
weather the rough northeaster.
To Organize Sub-Exchane
The incorporators of all citrus
growers associations on Indian River
are requested to meet at the Star
office in Titusville on Monday, Oct.
4th, at 1:30 p. m., to organize a sub-
exchange. W. H. C.
Zeeburg's Valuable Cargo
The steamship Zeeburg, of Amster-
dam, with a cargo valued at $70,-
000 was grounded on the south jetty
at Mayport Sunday and will probably
be a total loss. The ship is valued
at $100,000, Her cargo has been
duplicated by cable and insurance
companies will probably take charge
of the vessel and cargo.
Notice Club Meeting

The Progressive Culture Club will
hold its first meeting of the season
1909-10 in the club room on Monday,
Oct. 4th. A full attendance is re-
quested. MRS. J. A. BEGG,
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

S l Deai I MONDAY, OCT. 4MT, 1909.
AID P a Uwvi wide, in beautiful designs, just the
thing fBor oneiece dresses and shirt
SUmmtbut btl p t o n tu waist Suitpne 1 cper ymd.
.Galatea oth, worth 25 cents a
Tile U ft am Ei N yard, 36 inches wide, for coat suits,
Dr. Miler. Dentis T tavfi. in stripes and checks, Monday only,
Mr. A. P. Anthob, of West PalmanHe linen, 45 incheer wide
SBeach, was registered at Hotel Dixie for 19c.
Sunday. Teal duck, Monday's special, for
Dr. H. G. Utley is rpeted to ar- Se per .of Bate'
hf new line ofBates' searsuckers
rive home tomorrowfrom hismonths' and toil du nord, just the thing for
vacation spent in North Carolina. children's school dresses and boys'
Commodore and M. H. C. Roome blo"ues, at ls a yard
i36-ichinbleached domestic,worth
are now at Daytona, where they wil 10c a yard Monday's special, 14
remain several weeks before coming yards for $1.M.
to Miami to spend the winter. 6-inch wide beached domestic
soft finish, worth 12jc per yard,
The last issue of the Lake City In- Monday only, per yard
dex says "Roy Crabb, who is con- Just received a full line of Dr.
nected with the United States sur- Posner's adjustable ankle brace shoes
veying corps at Jacuonville, visited for misses and children, sizes from
his parents here SQndavy. 5 e to 2s, recommended by the best
his parents here Sunday." physicians for the ankle.
Fred Hand, Miami's pioneer pho- JuIus KLINE,
tographer, who has been in Germany Titusville, Florida.
will return to Ameica October 1st. -
He will join Mrs. Hand and daugh- MIM"
ter, Gretchen, in Atlanta, and will G. Nolle has been gathering and
return to Miami with them. shipping gaspefruit.
The contest for the prettiest girl W. W. Ballard is expected to ar-
in Titusville, which was concluded at rive at East Mims very shortly.
Titusville Pharmacy Monday night, M. T. Jones has improved very
after a most exciting ticket sale that much and is able to look after busi-
day, resulted in favor of Miss Violet ness affairs again.
Windham, with Miss Helen Wilson a C. Coggin is expected home in a
close second; the vote standing 5760 few days to make preparations for
for Miss Windham and 4880 for Miss shipping his fruit.
Wilson. A. M. Terwilliger is here for a few
Church Notes days from Shiloh looking after his
Rev. E. E. Shafer, of Melbourne, orange grove interests.
will preach at the City -Point church Leslie Bennett, wife and daughter
next Sunday morning, Oct. 3rd, at have moved to Mims and are occupy-
110:30 o'clock. ing the Coggin cottage.
Rev. Wm. Stones will preach on We are in hopes the F. E. C. rail-
Sunday next at LaGrange at 11 a. aren s the F E
m., and at Titusvilleat 7p. m. Lord's way will reinstate Wiley avenue or
supper after evening service. East Mims as a flag station for the
Dean Robottom will officiate in convenience of those, living in the
Holy Trinity church, Melbourne, on fruit belt.
Sunday morning, October 3rd, at Mrs. L. L. Price and children has
10:30 o'clock, and in St. John's been visiting her sister at Shiloh for
church, Eau Gallie, on Sunday even- been v her sster at loh for
ing at 7:30. a few days. Mr. Price is expecting
his father, Calvin Price,from Lexing-
Farris to Run for Congress ton, S. C., to spend a part of the
'"I have gone carefully over the winter with him.
situation," said I. L. Farris, of Jack- We are glad to see that the orange
sonville, to a Metropolis reporter growers are getting interested in the
Wednesday afternoon, "and I have Florida Citrus Exchange. The ex-
decided to make the race for congress change method of handling the or-
against Frank Clark. ange crop of Florida is the only sal-
"A man that runs against Clark vation of the grower.
must go out after him, and I believe
I am capable of doing it. When I Wedding Announcement
make my announcement I will pro- Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Stewart an-
ceed to make a vigorous campaign, nounce the marriage of their daugh-
and will visit every section of the ter, Catherine, to Mr. George Gordon
district." Brockett, Tuesday, October 12th,
1909, at 6 o'clock p. m., at St. Gab-
Inspector Appointed riel's Episcopal church, Titusville,
Capt. Tyler, of Baltimore, has been Florida.
appointed inspector of steam hulls in
this, the Eighth Steamboat Inspec- All friends cordially invited.
tion District, with headquarters at Limeade, delicious, healthfuland
Jacksonville, succeeding W. A. Shaw, delcoushealthful and
deceased. Capt. Tyler is an exper- cold, 5 cents, Banner Drug Store.
inced steamboat man and competent 5 or 6 doses "666" will cure any
in every way to fill the office. case of chills and fever. Price 25c.
Rooms Wanted Gun Repair Works
Furnished for light housekeeping All work guaranteed, also guns
by quiet couple young without chil- stocked and rebored.
dren; must he neatly furnished. i H. BENECKE, Titusvil'c.

Wanted by 9th inst. Address,
Roomers, this paper, giving descrip- All Property Owners
tion and price. Should realize the value of identify-
For Sale ing themselves with a home bank, of
For Se joining interests with those who are
Six fine N. C. Hound pups. working for the advancement of this
EDDIE RAMSEY, town and vicinity. This matter is of
Footman, Fla. real and actual importance to each
NOTICE and every one of us. If you are not
Sa property owner and would like to
To THE TAX-PAYERS AND PROPERTY become one (every man, every wo-
OWNERS OF TITUSVILLE: man and every child has a right to
Before your city council (three of and should have a home -a home in
whom will be elected on the 4th Monday "L:i, oLla hav r0^ ?!^m?
in October) will come the question of which they can feel a personal inter-
allowin October) will come the question the est and take pride i adding the lit-
allowing animals to run at large on est and take pride in adding the lit-



TmRI hn0 l Thnn
Miss Minnie Nelson arrived home
last Saturday afternoon from her
visit to New Jersey.
Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Johnson are
expected to return home tomorrow
from their three months' summering
in the northern states.
Mrs. C. Collins will resume busi-
ness at her stand next week, consist-
ing of groceries, canned goods, fruit,
etc., cold drinks a specialty.
Mr. F. P. Ziy, who recently came
here from Varnell, Ga., to look after
his orange grove at Shiloh, sold his
grapefruit last week to S. M. Steph-
ens and returned to Varnell Friday.
Mr. Leon S. Wilson received his
new motor cycle Monday morning.
It is a 7 h. p. twin cylinder M. & M.
and capable of making over a mile a
minute. He may enter this machine
in the motor cycle races' at Ormond
next spring.
Judge Gaulden arrived in town
Wednesday afternoon. This is his
first appearance here since being op-
erated upon in Jacksonville so suc-
cessfully last summer. He now re-
gards himself quite well. He will
spend most of time here and in De-
Dr. A. S. Badger, of Waukesha,
Wis., has been called to take charge
of Memorial Presbyterian church,
St. Augustine, but time has not
elapsed yet to receive his acceptance.
Dr. Badger supplied the Presbyter-
ian churches at Titusville and Rock-
ledge last winter.
The double-header baseball game
yesterday between the fats and leans
on one contest, and the longs and
shorts for the other, did not mater-
ialize, as only three of the fats show-
ed up. Two pick-up nines played
a game, allowing none of the regu-
lars. and the score was 18 to 3.
To Form a Booster's Club
There will be a meeting of the cit-
izens and business men of Titusville
at the opera house next Friday even-
ing, Oct. 8th, for the purpose of or-
ganizing a Titusville Booster's Club.
to advertise and advance the advan-
tages and business interests and gen-
eral welfare of Titusville.
Every person who is a resident of
this place is expected to join this club
and become an active worker in ev-
ery sense that the word active im-
plies. And the ladies are invited and
expected to be present and they will
be enrolled as honorary members of
this club as they have already shown
that they are boosters of the first
Now, everyone be sure and attend
and see if everything don't wake up
and move ahead in Titusville more
than it ever has before within the.
next two or three months.

In Fine Footwear

Our line of shoes was never so com-
plete for men and boys' in the cele-
rated Edwin Clapp, Crossett and
Selz makes. In prices from $6.50
down to $1.50 per pair. For all stand-
ard makes, double guaranteed. Lar-
gest stock on the East Coast. Give
us a call or send in your orders.
Style and Quality
Titusville, Fla.

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Rade y emeutt et ti-i. (By who lasaee the Cook a"pe- for t aeor wio of bo-tihl. omom t m eve memer g B. .

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S..- t t t a ti t demta r on every cotinent. Ind. wdo eiby e o h member of ahe me with- My ommii epinre st aday of J al
S mn by ds tht mld ame tlattng mome of his hutln g expert- -a. t.. d da" v at oi oluI ish [ n l]

.1 .e- l eomotake mo ei tr i emees8 t recently Mr. Bradley said: s 0. .e thn threh th od oo- MA -sM a ne t adner
ay cr ae wettrit 1fs tolmt had "I will never for one experience .Tha the .nae of d orpoto withho me i fro mts Ards. t s wmSm.s
et am*MMe, he d~e0d snttl which I had with a rtinoeero. i was dTit vihlle.India voerC itn Grdower' Am 1 saswithoutgiviathe ee, beifte

thR sela o o hprowlted aa ftorfetly B tolothalo one day th roaoh an open clNon. ?i oA mties is hegeby Ien that JaMl V. Nit-
SUtht htif wy flef pertyp n lao a etoon of the ouetry In equatorial A "t, for aeh withawal the em ofs J l

o okart u o to the eleanty ap- Arte. my earavan ploddlang along bed- That this location i aornized under Ahifty eent per box. for adll citrus fit or other m aed teS i e of yM ad hI mae
*"pelttg8 essapve camber ot4te ma,- hind me. About 300 yards away to wistion cadetiead we he reights a d mth d witad5wO, ban so mitrawd mbe uha. wihon wo. ad saeeriud tktene me the the-
Mi- Ne plaeo wieb te pepeo et MtaU the left I aw something which at privileges conferred by the laws of thi Stte It is farther hereby odertood sad P reed dwinh da. d Sapmertsit me
h war cotr d tor ap4tt, tracted my attention and. gettla out on similar corporations, ad the votiag power that iw cae say member of this AM ollatyo ot rd toi in.

KA ,gh a Deoet. he was twter my glamea, discovered a rhinocero. adnllotrrhdtad pivi ofe of wom wid fdrit or pr rm oN-W Sectiom 1m Township "4 Vboth
se I he n eepubv hdentuIes otn ev about. 1 n mDartiste of membership in the oe shall wish to return and rejoAi this wA M da o imo eir u

tIa stme to seedap that cmber of lhim 1 fti ed samd saw rom tn e kick be equal and exercise the rights of member, th he
paWS I onut be etb1ry was a aon oesrcn r ARTIcBrlo 5h 61ad:Ta offcpri th tieltnhristeshll she redeemed Aot rl inD t, uwr
Sdv other e dyk That there shall be no cgitaltockofuid Ashocnton, and upon his paying to this t ided will there on uth day. .
0Jo 1 A.1 JOi Wt bor at St. Pa B a location, but the me hall be oranided Auociatio all penalties that have been thesysi ar n., D. ,h-
Sg- Mta Jaly S, 1881. HI pmara-ts a w a,, HorticalturalaMiocationandcorporation, ased araigt him and not previous y paid. the asy of mr A i luu
r bo k au ee o thweedant. Da-rtac l not for proTft, at d it slloou aoy n dBshrs x rxc u ithe rA.A Tpe. an he maT
Meateeute chambe ar- hd o 0yof toek whoever, sad sall o at i ay tim Th- t the term for which this Adouration ClerngrtlheCoyerrt frevrd d.auty. Fil, Nrida
his polar. w a hih t motber had to y w s elato and it lMd t at brti shallwelt d aty westh from td aa.eer the f -o
atm atm amlmag to keep emr boy tn e at moneys coFnfr into this eociion, for se- o dSte It i urpe n to an a
nils twelve. At that vie a repdort, on oth evrwio, wse ll be used by AsImanrttcl.h xb-
chawes an ovewhemgl B b "h Ia as w ithinabou10ya t merpay.o theisptC oiad otherwolin That the oieapratof oid Aociatiu E. @ofm n-W iedoteve Tnt hi memeer

e hiateoO lartaf h0i sdtaa ^dies maiotalnina thi Asulation.and sourplnm whoshlIl t its business shal aett Che t age. Laws
oft aM la to wor.m Ho a job la thereof ml its hands, shal be ned Brd of Directors, Prmeidmet ad A Vice-
g ceartic Wateofe pamd e rm 10 a theBod of Drertols ofthei Ase sao Priseset. and jid n Prmdent ad Vice. Note herbyiven that Lea Mitchel.
h eto op t t cher oiall deem to tee beet interest of the tAonia- PrGident, shall aalo be the Prea m leb t and parc hMer of Tax Omrtalea ot No dated th-

d h isasd vcr wasl a@ tmo RIL ton, andid Ao iao shall s to emh Vice-Presdent respectively, ofid ardoflt iday ofAegmt. A. D.. lM. ha em aid
N S to bdo mother. He toiled emary npeh who hall become a member thereof Di retors, sad ech of them shall, t the timeertate ia yo e aad has made apl
STt ta t the ale olf torteee be hert e s eof membership, ad shall of filling aid o nee, be a member of this tid for taw deed to eue imn aic ance with
Sn eeive i return therefore the m of One Aoociationsan andl director in the iame. And law. Said certircate embrace the followir

ta *f 0 Ovr C t n we Dollar ($1.00hrb) to be inverted lto the T this Acion shall so have ereta derbed p taed Berd -
t If o e k a "t0 Jl L 8av fats s orya oftidtal matuuio t opeonhall at and Tresiurr, bothof whichioes my be ty, nlod oo-wit: N t a. of K. t8
ward t ere the employ of ua r. any time have, ow or cntl more than one ed by one and the me pon. And the Sction Tow hi t.ouh. a

.', eontniter at a salary et S7 a ertsse of membe|hip in sid Aso1iatio. number of Directors of this Aoation haU a Est. Thei aMid d I ain, asi-* a t h
ornor vll way peM not growerad of citrus bt three, bst thhe Tid At location, withostadat e tofthe hea ace of such, 1s th
trkW frui.t bheecome or eman d memb her of this aendmBt iof its chauer, my. ay ayt time. name of L. A. Coleaua. 'ul vaid e rti l
,n peore P sad rapndty. He eadcaead tsl nation byl two-thirds vote ofits Directors. increase cats ohall be redeemed accurdi to hlaw. tax

' bother sadetar aed beeshe the ] Airactz Iv its directory, and may at any time. after e deed will imue thoreou on the tlh day of
A Sincrasing the ameo, and by a similr dmgo Octoser, A. D. sleJ.
That the porpoe for which th rA location oIf its director deares its directory, Witness my icial atrt aI al th

!/, is formed rar to bay, leae, nmt, ell, occupy Director shall se eft But at no time shall the 8rd day of September, A. D.. 1e.
ad u b ue old eld d lisoe ofall retm and per- the number of mid Directors be oloreled to A.fA. orewerr.
edmo uon lea S venient for the conducts of its botaesi, a nd ce of d ed Dmoiborin he y Oeft r
atni baild. isee and resnt packing houses for dshallt number, amd thieonal abeern l
US palm work he gotao the asking Iof It h ans to pwrvhase dl of diretors herein speiriede iTan the names
A"mm' omwhch b was him my ae *material tt may be neeto ry or onvehes et and resident of the growers whoi an re ierhby
1 o s hal deem tthbwhel mintoD f t Inaot Presid0 e for the purpm e of i acting or preparing citrus appointed by the incorporatorsofthis Aoad

hctoanndmidA Io AtmCs. fhaill or other giorodh grown products for tton, and who shall act as directors to said ai
to Mf deStfobltbcii mofr etolbedprksl o Also w to all s ame er al t wuit s Aetoreiat in or thte rtaadear of iths existece

%=a aw rnd too high. In a second be kickand produce, which may be grown elected and qualified, are:
d le wh eled and wset co lag for me like or controlled b ,y members of this d t.
&"y a.eisocatei na b n tpTon. All so ,own stock any other Names o hies ayden e
o owarthvi. rdth epoyofaral-ay Ancoapa8 .tinha owr onla mlr tb hisanized A andltheA the

va both natires h dlshed pe oro ntag owe of cts George B. Gardner. Am l a on1rug w otar h ae ee
Sbmy Wla esteh and with this opened tand prbotierangof.ffut and produce growe t Andrew Fro chear. LaGrale. Btvard o L umem
myvenftewa Winceste aat whi thi o ened n rotecting9'=e ffrit said Assodcatiown. ndmbrwf F~roeher.Ltuur.Baral -f this& ?ebmsf

dre on the rushing beast. and In elev- i no e orCot Flo rida s 10prns
,ote nell te-o the members of this Association such CountyiFloridad
en seconds more or thereabouts had fertilizer, and fumigating and spraying im- eore Robbins. Tivle. red
pumped eleven bullets into him, most elements and materials, as may be thought. (eunty. Florida
of them glancing off from his snout by the Board of Directors of this Association, ARTICLE XI F2 'se
from time to time, by their resolution, to be That the Directors of this Association shall -
Sbut one fortunately breaking one of necessary or convenient for the fertilization have the right and powerto charge and llect
his knees. He is too heavy and of lands, or the fumigating or spraying of from its members, and other fruit, vegetable,
clumsy a brute to do much on three trees and plants, which belong to the mem- and produce growers. represented or served
legs, and I was thus enabled to ma- bers of this Association. Also to buy awll by this Association, such compensation and
contract for the purchase of anything, that is remuneration. to be paid to said A tsociation
Saeuver so as to put a bullet through considered by the Board of Directors useful as said Directors may fix and charge for its
his brains." or necemary, for the prevention of insect services to him. her. or them. in the picking, t n
How Mr. Bradley came to aend an petor for the destruction thereof. for the packing, handling. marketi,. -hipping, and
exedition to the north ole is an benefitof members as fruit and produce selling of any and all of t pr and
*,expedition to the nuBorth pole Is an In- growers. Also the right to own, contract for. material, which this As..'iati.', is herein IW U
teresting story ln Itself. Primarily he and operate all necessary appliances that the authorized to handle aiil mark, t.
did not equip his schooner, which later Board of Directors, at any time. may think til ai_ f8
e necessary for the fertilization of groves and %KTI I.E XII
be turned over to Dr. Cook, for fields, the fumigating and spraying of trees It is hereby mutually agreed and fully
old family bome, which the sheriff strly polar expedition of discovery: and platobrthe extinetiem ofinsert pests. noderst.h1. by and between all the pernosl
was selling ot. Then came his great but, having hunted big game In every on the lands belonging to the members of the l'cwmini imnibers of this Associatiou. and
other quarter of the globe and sighing Association, and to charge therefore, and col- further wore. fully understod and agreed, by
opportunity. A balf laterot In the other ae th let, such reasonable rates for said services, all pei-'ns who may hereafter become mem-
Daly Herald of St. Peter was for sale. or other game than lions. leopard as may be established by the Board of Direc- hers of this Association. that one of the par-
Johnson hadn't the money to buy t. tigers and rhinoceroses to conquer, he tors from time to time. for the usesabove 1(isesail objects ofthisAs'ciation istobring is th ..!
but hi worth aind elf rellance had determined to *hoot polar beam seals mentioned. And said Association shall be about and carry into effect. system of mutual
Shi friends who came to b ad and su other ame as could e foud empowered to engage in a brokerage factor co-opeation between the citrus ad other
woo him frend who came to b hid nd h other ame a could e fu nd commimion selling business, to purchase pirodne gn)wers .of th. State of Florida. in
In this crisis and advanced the oece* along the northern fringe of this con- boxes, paper, nails, and other packing mater the pickiu-. plackins. handling. shipping. and S
Nary funds. So Johnson became an t1nent. He wanted sport. and Dr. ial; to engage in and conduct a drayage. markt.-ing. of all citru* fr .it. and other pro- Og
t"f. forwarding and shipping busine; dut .,,wntld. aul .>,:, h>v tlo- ui.iuber --
editor and in his new sphere grew to C k o had bcore notable a to purchase, hold, lease, or otherwise acquire of this and kinired Associations in the state
be a frre In the community. Bla pa- first man to conquer Mount McKinley. freight and refrigerator cars. wagons, drays. of Flo ida: and to that end that this Assoeia-
per Inoresed In popularity and power. In Alaska. the tallest 4nd bleakest trucks, heats, veaels. and other vehicles, and tion i. create-d and organized in connection
n s peak In North Ameriea It not in the the necessary motive powerand equipment for with and uniehr the Florida ('itrus Excihange,
and his nae became known through- ert the same and to engage in the transportation and will at all times '.,l-")rate with and
out the state. western hemisphere, went along af a business of all such produce, material and through said Florida Citrus Exchange. as a
Is I8M Mr. Johneon married MIs* companion and to make scientific -, 'other commodities as may be owned or con- part of the system of exchanges which go to
Ilnore Preston of St. Peter. Minim.. to serratlons. trolled by it. but not as a common carrier. make up. control. and operate said Florida Vw redy. gave the fullest
Sr toof t ern Anl to dispose of the same at will. Toborrmw trust s Exchange. whose headquartersare now afor t bot all
wbleb alliance the governor attributed cond Thoughts. and loan money by or upon mortgage on real located in the City ofTampa. and State of Flor. maSon ao
muchb of his later success. ougtate, or otherwise. and generally to transact. ida. And that all citrus fruit, and other pro- S
Through hib newspaper business "It cannot be," sighed the maid. carry on. and perform all such other business duce placed in the hands of this Associatiou.
Jot terested n potlra and I respect you highly a Hunter ge ai or incident to the shall be marketed exclusively through aid Fd
Johnson got interested In politi-s and ,i respect you highly, Mr. Hunter, purposes above mentioned. Florida Citru% Exchange.
was elected state aenator. He was but we are incompatible." ARTICLi V ARTICLE xn11
alao Interested In the national guard. "Well, I suppose it cannot be That any person or persons, who is. or are Grasses and Clven.
ervang seven years in It and tweomtng helped," the young man replied bona fide fruit or produce growers. or who i. That the names and plates of reidece of Vetches, Alia
a captain In l9N be was nominated hld r or are bona fide representatives ot fruit or the subscribin members and incorporators S. Whi Ot5.
a c|ptaln. Mn 1 ne was nominated pocketing his chagrin and looking growers within the territory next adjacent to t these Article of Incorporation and A o.- Se Whey. ets.
for govwnor of Minneota. Even hisabout for his hat "but it defeats all the headquarters of this Association may be. citation. are as follows: Re, B y, etC.
most sanguine admirer had little hope my chershed h' I aed come a member of this Asociation; but this Names Residences tells all bout
at firt of seeing him elected in a state opens. I had planned Association will not at any time receive into George B. Gardner. LaGrange. Brevard
so heavily Republican. but be made a house in which I fondly imagined It membership, members of any kindred County. Florida. V a
such a whirlwind canas that some we might be happy. It was to have located nearer to such other kindred Aso- u F d& wer
ot bhis opponents were driven to adopt had a pantry twice as large as the elation than they are to this A.sociation. George M. Robbins. Titusville. Breard that e be planted in th fall o
the disgraceful expedient of attacking ordinary size. with a roomy closet in witbout the cnsent o.fthe Amciation next County. Florida. avntage d pro ad bout





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k ad i much ame
S Id tver. He b t b

Spaas In t sat eve country sl te

wA o asl IeMaiso Anly ate rGted
" eed to etvttjoo ho wr Bradity lwoy
SaISt is llow e
at -eltr epi n With a eqipmepat
SlM hadr tab t o or with SM asees
hsC et die e 1w Thie thewo meo plna
Ssad hated this trip sethOs oeteb

Mr.. Bradleny I ion a t Bft o N w

b aw exd treafler. He has ot biga-
a med l srroly ev ti comt drotd o

A pr 1O fotr -- of Oape
verki and busalso leae some noted
r i amGt Sa aDr. ter oook

asulthe a the frifom tre bph at
PA I LBradley isa resieat a Nehalf

Syortl an fto wared mch amerns ad

ua of nd thdeatho. He hb Hot bid
worlt a hi ra *b -ader oonaote
rned tO rctiawho was rew Ddley
luaebl. n tPefrge Miad trvipw at
lle sor aw the atomy years o ted.
pawast bna I orkotten t.t to oHe d
of tre cMdithat.e t

-r mff tha he edg ch

boe ewuihMted by. Uierwemed & on-
asAIlu a W al rMs a os e .
deages oAerd at Cornel. His cour-
age ad acholarhp attracted the at
tet i of the fMulty, and wbhe Conm
msnder Fusy e numst his espe
mmdl fi tin ulr o year ago
ad-d Cornell to lend hbi a vtgoroum
man to collect cltentfc dat thoer
was o bsltancy tn selectit Marvin.
who was abl, ready and willing for
the adveatur.
Prof or Marvin and Commander
Peary boee se loe riMend, and the
meoset twe latter decided upon a fnal
vetotr to the polar re lonb Invited
Profegrse Marvin again to become ast
arlistant. Marvin accepted on the
Physically Pro r Marvin was an
aldc ana of powerful build. He
was fve feet eleven mces In b eight
Sad wbbed 160pounds. Before gradu
ation from Cornell e completed the
tWo years' cOas e n navigation o
board the New York nautical scbool
ip St. Mary% and later held a posI-
ton as quartrsut~ r there for oe
year, visiting the reports of Iurope
and oortern Africa for t e saum-
mars. He received the dere t A. B.
from Corell unlverftty nt Juneo 1905
and tanmotadtly aBm :Uaai was
chaoen s0 o spa au Aecrtwe-
tary lad a ostat hor the expfttoo
Ot tis04
Ap p Prm New Tork booker
H.lrit ML. II W k m bb tees

mvopt Ovar sIntlo
This terrible esamity ofta hampe be-
emesa aselm smada times rivers
waralnge-growml ripplemsad ater mrrsat
_sm,',. mwanm am kind. That dull

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bo I MrI 3 aa
and aw est enr
a d arm tmagm

In 1 Mr. Bridgman Was with the
Pary o orth pole expedition a a tax-
Idermsot aSnd to 1901 was placed t
arge of theo reoif ashp 3rk and
1aGde-tany the tria dshi between
moelf and Peary wa ecomeatd even
ob arob ly, for the exptor koow
that so on wished for hio sucesO
more than Brldgman. f
In 18. the year that Mr. Brldgmn
turned with Peary after his expert-
men as a taxidermist, the Peary Are.
tic dub was organized, and Mr. Bridg-
eaan was made scary and treas-
rer, which position has bold ever
Captain Robert A. Bartlet, sailing
master and ~ e nav ator of the Roose-
velt, who did such good work on the
Ptary *vpetlo was born tn Brigu
Ooa option Bay. near St John's, V.,
Aug. 15, 1P Thtirty-three years of
ag, six feet in height, weighing 170
pouds he is the Ideal type of the
c ard New oru odnd sealer and fBb-
erman. Young In years, hbe Is well
matured arctic experience and a
fo representative of the new genera-
toe of the Bartlett family, already
tamed for It aucceIaful arctic work.
George A. Wardell, chief engineer of
o, Roosevelt, wa born ot Yankee
parent at Bucrkpot, Me.. Feob, 1.
1ry p18L bHe Is forty-
seven m ortytr age
five feet eleven
Inches in height
and weighs 240
pounds. He Is mar-
ed and t thea
wife and one son.
dyNHe l ear and sbhi
ac Jule trade as a mariner
S engineer In tehe
etloy of the Bartet. tiy, alaud

hu or s p shipyards wh t e ro e
the Roosevelt was
rt a b later constructed.
After this e went-
to a and served
EART WlITft. as engineer on the
Macot. Julciet. Hugona and several
p w o rnds ar c

Otersspending ovenr tears In the
vblpyards wabgre

mp of noo firelt m.
He wras again in the emplo of the
athrs peni6t 6o6 ait yeonr to_
De was ofala t a the employ oi the
DBuckport shipyard when the Roose-
velt was being constructed there. This
awakenda a deep interest in the enter-
prise on his part. and,. being perfectly
famlliar wftb all her construction and
worklag, be was well fitted to be-
come e elef eatImer and was so
engaged n her Iret trip north. This
nlattu knowledge of her construction
Ipeoved of great value tbroubghout the
bet voyage.
Many others on the Roosevelt dMid
Good work on the trip to the pole and
areO entitled to share In the honor. but
nly one of them participated in the
hLt part of thbe dash to the pole.
This is Matthew lenson, Commander

hAs s i

td- io _w t % -sam
Mforam a -a twMe

hat in d t I la maM
lua idt naen m ho ir- o .

e o a thepo ro hetoai oi nd
neotly in th the eot w,.ft w he

eet atr at Dr.o t C b a0 ALt no h

eama nradu br T#at an d mnee
hem ftl a tSaw ears O ate at the

e hiled in Coorao thoe alst sr

a heats, In that ate. He Joinen the
Peary expedwit purely fram love of
spert S athoppd at ta, Intorto
Wmaree aen amber t af wealtho
BSYO te aOue he n6ed thrt tha o
as ane musk ox sand rindor adoo-

wI in tbat rte a. It wasr ber that
bouk grae bIm hta ye eard. M
Mr. W tney a few pyearso tohe rco t
monhe the holora of theo wlar to
brive tha d bear and beprthatdom o
u Pary7i witer purely or love of
sport a oppedat bt nrt

Tere are a Cnumber a of P thess w
Mre in the ruit niovery the Sd t
wil doube t get full redit fr thr
morn wlbe the history of tewo to
wonderet a Treveme nt of Dr. ers
aerik A. Cook and Comanmder Robert
IL pary.


Presidents Chum and Physlelan Will
Be Busy on the Tour.
President Taft started on his great
tour recently in splendid physical con-
ditio for the Journey, and from now
oe It wtl be the duty of two of his
companion on the trip to me that be
remains sor Thee are Dr. J. J. Rich-
ardson and Captain Archibald Butt.
his aid. Captain Butt Is one of the
most splendid physical specimen inl
the army. More than this, e is a royal
good fellow and the president chum.
He will se to Mr. Tat's exercise,
whle Dr. Richardson will be on hand
In case bis serves are needed.
owme of the president' exercise will
be taken in his private car. More will
follow on golf links from the Atlantic
to the Pacific and from the gulf of
Mexico to the Potomac river, to whieb
Mr. Taft has been invited for an occa-
tonal game.
The president will get more natural
but equally violent exercise in the In-
numerable automobile and horseback

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rides pl.innsed for bis eintertainunwie
In tlhe coristlanl struzgle with trentI
crowds of hbl aldmilrinlg eitlienis wlho
will tl,.n-ktde hls path wherever be-
goes ;:dlil in the bhrd work of lp 'tilc;tl
llvlng, i lonmrtd an ei c'ihy foot ear
after wteeks of freedon- on twenty
acre iolf courses anld nt.ver ending
Mnasaishusetts roadways.
For some time before starting on his
trip President Tatt worked like a
dock laborer to reduce his weight un-
der the eye of Dr. Barker, an expert
dietitian. As he is to attend twenty-
two banquets on his swing around
the circle, be will have to exercise his
will power if he hopes to return to
Washingion n November In good con-
dition for the winter's work.
Imperfect Digetion
Meaus lew uutritiou and in consequence le
vitality. When the liver fails a Mreterm hile.

i 1 t de tmant
l otereating
vents of

SPreldent Taftrs
twer w be thea
"- meeting bet woo
im and Prelsdent
Dina of Mexico es
Oct. 16 and both
c hie executives are
looekig forward to
-It with keen delight.
S It will be the.first
A time to the history
a of the United states
and of Mexico that the presidents of
the two republics have exchanged
greetings wbile t office, and the event
st one of unusual Interest because tt
will In all probability be the great
Mexican's last trip to Americ assoi
Twenty-ix years ago Dias came to
the United States, bt that was before
his wise rule had made him universal-
ly recognised as one of the great men
of the world. This visit will be made
by a ruler whose greatness s a prov-
erb, whereas the visit of U83 was that
merely of a southern ruler whose
standing among nations was only be-
ginning to be felt as better than that
of the little depots farther southward.
An added Interest is lent by the fact
that the great work to which General
Dis bhas given his life is practically
accomplished and that before long
Mexico will have to demonstrate for
herself whether her superiority over
other southern countries is due only to
Diss or whether she herself deserves
sone of the credit
President Diax flrst will visit Mr.
Taft in the city of El Paso. Tex. Then
the president, crossing the Internas
tonal bridge over the Rio Grande, will
return the call in the quaint little
Mexican village of Ciudad Juares.
United States troops will be gathered
at El Paso and Mexican troops at Clu-
dad Juares to lend an official aspect to
the exchange of formallUes.
In El Pao the president and other
distinguished guests will view a gor-
geous pageant, which will pass the re.
viewing stand at 12 o'clock. Bands
and military of bo"h republics will be
at the bead of the parade. and these
will be followed by civic and fraternal
organizations of both El Paso and Jua
resx an by thousands of school chil-


dren from the two cities, who will
cheer both presidents as they pass the
reviewing stand.
From the reviewing stand and froui
every building In the downtown dis
trict the colors of both the United
States and Mexico will float to the
breeze. Every street will be brilliant
with the red. white and blue of the
United States and the red. white and
green of Mexico. Prominent in the
line of parade will be the Ohio society
of El Paso. with Its membership of
300. the members of which will wear
buckeyes, as will President Taft.
After the parade has passed Presi-
dent Taft and the presidential party
will board the palatial train of Presl-
dent Diax and go to Mexico with him.
In Juares President Taft. his clbl-
net officers and the others of his party
as well as the city oftcials of El Paso
will be guests at a banquet tendered
by President Dias. The federal gov-
ernment of Mexico has expended $.A).-
000 In the erection of a banquet hall.
71 by 72 feet. In the
S patio of the federal
S.. *-. building. The dec-
orations of the re-
S ception and ban-
quet balls will be
S magnificent.
At this banquet
the two presidents
will have opporru-
nity of exchanging
views, as considera-
Sble time will be al-
lotted for this so-

dak hu as =*

Bom Mk - b t to tdo
M u w&AS *atenk a a W

aMe mN, w dt -U f a mye
that tho" ed t tte O sahi
states win be tipumei wth bin dy.
aiae ame b and hiswemisr vir1
sir. thegh er seeWty ye at
age, he aqp rs about aft.

Co mud Pmsr AheNem" s vso
e Mamufatuers lWas
SIm gn against the mWteb4 mat
of the north, nbettlg ther way t
ward the pole. with dangers pa
every sift Oek
I and Pery Nae
thaot bt of te
Sfme that wa to
be theirs. Aad
who koow but
that it given
even a hint of
I n rl E what wM to f0-
J low the discovery
of the north pole
they woaud aot
bave turned back
long before reach-
ing it. for It
S seems that al-
Smot everything
THU COOK BAT. new coming out
these days is named after them.
There is the Cook hat. for Instance.
a hat ouggeetive of the polar region.
It seems as high as the cartoonists
picture of the pole. although In reality
It is only two feet tall. It is coo-
structed of brown fur, fusy ai'd ex-
pensive. It is Just sach a bat as the
famous explorer might have drawn
over hbi head when the wind blew
cold. and it looks massive and sold
enough to furnash forth a good soup
In case of arctic emergencies.
Then we have the Peary clear. a
long black affair that Is nklqo S:.; s-
tive of the north
pole. to say notb-
Ing of a bead-
ache and that
tired feeling. Just
as the Cook and
Peary expedi-
tion will always
be remembered,
so will the effect
of smoking one
of those weeds,
although other
Peary brands
that appear later
will no doubt
give good satia-
faction. In the TUt PEARY CIOAR
mad rush to be first in the field the
only Idea, of course. was to get the
north pole effect regardless of quality.
And there is the Cook cocktail. an
arctic concoction that is declared to be
real nectar. This drink is a mixture
ot lemon and rugar with a numbh.r of
different kinds of liquor. and it la
served In a very tall glaas-the north
pole effect again. One Cook cocktail iL
said to be snfcilent for any normal
person, and should one Indulge In two
be would probably start on a bunt for
tbe north pIle at onae.
The 'most Ipopular cookbook is now
*The Life of t'ook." and almost every
day sen asnmethlng new coming out
tsnamed after the
fa nou ex plorera.
SThere kI tbe Pea-
ry helt. th bac-
kle of whlcb
bears the bead
of a polar bear;


rthe Peary shoe.
built to prevent
ll ipping on the
ie. und the Dr.
C Coo k pudding.
tbree-fourths of
THI (on,, 1.RoK. whi h c is see
cream. Probably before the manufac-
turera get through almost everything
we eat. drink and wear will bear the
name of the men who reached the
north pole.
A Helpful Allusion.

'There were times when the Rev.
Mr. Pomfret felt that he failr-' tl,
reach the hearts of his pari-lhione-..-
Sometimes he even failed to reaci:
their ears. Therefore he was. much
cheered hv something he saw in the
Elton pew one Sunday mornir,.
"I--I couldn't helr wonderin;.
Mr. E!ton," he said litidently when
he met his parishioner the next
afternoon, "what it was in my scr-
mon that-er-particularly caught
your attention yesterday morning
I happened to be looking your way.
and I saw your face light up, and
you slapped your hand against vour
knee as if something pleased you."

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H. Peacock to the position of assis- won ?" Can't rest at night;
tant manager to Mr. Gillette. Mr. i..r a cear head a stout heart ad strong Enough to make any one "give
C. H. Harness was promoted to Dr. maiudl. IM itt' Littl Early kisers. gentle, out."
lsafe., ew*.V, plt asant. little pills. DeWitt's
Peacock's former position, that of hrllized Witch Hazel Salve i unequaled Doan's Kidney Pills will give re-
cashier, for anything whare a l:lve ii rneted*ti. and i need life.
eoptcially good for Iil". Sohl hy Baner i
Perhaps the most important action Drug store. They will cure the backache;
of the directors was the appointing Cure every kidney ill.
of press and publicity agent. Mr. Procamaton By te Mayor Here is Titusville proof that this is
R. H. Rose was elected to fill this In accordance with the ordinances of .
the City of Titusville, I, B. R. Wilson, so:
position. It will be the duty of Mr. Mayor, issue this, my proclamation, V. T. Worley, of Titusville, Fla., 19, M
Rose to cover not only the local news calling n annual election, to be held on says: "For some time my back had
the fourth Monday in October, A. D.,
feature, but he will visit the various 1909, (it being the twenty-fifth day of been giving me considerable trouble.
sub-exchanges of the state, mingle October) for the purposeof electing one Every time I contracted slight cold P
with thegrowersand inform them of Mayor, three Adermen, one Clerk and it settled in my kidneys and my back cylinder
Treasurer, one Marshal and Collector, breto
the operations of the central body. and one Assessor of Taxes for the en- became so lame that could scarcely bureto
Mr.Roseiseminently fitted to take up suing year; and I hereby appoint S. E. getaround. I suffered intensely when
and further the splendid work done Rice, J. Norton and L. Hale in-and if attempted to lift
spectors and J. P. Wilson clerk of I topped and if attempted to lift,
by Organizer Reid. He spent three said election. B. R. WILSON, Mayor. sharp twinges passed through my 1
years on the Pacific coast and is thor- Whereas, in the above proclamation loins. My kidneys did not act in
roughly familiar with the workings the call is made for three.aldermen their normal manner and the secre-
of the California exchange. A bet. while section 21of the new charter of the
city of Titusville says that in 1909 only tions were very unnatural. In final- Grs
ter man for this position could not two councilmen shall be elected, ly procured Dean's Kidney Pills and plant in
have been found in Florida. Indeed, Therefore, under said e bter there used them as directed. They banish- marine n
can._ only be two elected. The tree
the Forida Citrus Exchange i ll ave their ams e on the ed the lameness and soreness in my take no
been very fortunate in aurin mfan hallota hut the alaettnMr es mc w vnntA k A ,--p.i A ska- ;fla.,l,, .f.iwk t iti

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Immdt0_10-sthTdv om
....OnWVk -Wy nu ..u.....ut .Dr. W.. WittfadM d- e the
--- ; h, at hU nas" l k d l z.-timer. The worthy doctor was
-, tV. i m t(W Ydi vdope ate pau ols, or here before the war, but left during
ir. wanet o d 9. POI R BrcUbb, or ple=lt y. As- the " utw./. am. d returned
bu g, .i a Ip row toeatod her way ke t ask your doc- soon after, but the exact year I do
a the dot'aewr Ma, reod a w ter m Ayers Chewrr Pc- at know. The Field brothera-J.
ik the beard bo trderwasmWedo m d. IwI ht e ny, The bea R. and S. J.-settled on the Island
byhe had seeded fro- Coagra th r as," 1has take KI. li '68, I think, also the Sanders
S obai. Mr. abMey ha several Do a he y, ayway. brothers-T. H. and W.;R-all of
-e groves, having at otAoi- 01*0sI them rtil among the living.
w*aly mover one hudred M. with- w-- Will Mr. Norwood allow me to
ia due lat three yem. The lettr orrect one or two errors he has
Ip-ed the herty mpthy of mlae? First, he says, in speaking of
SC r an with the movement that we have had none in Sep
m- d ,otulatedaseo n Meered with lis aan ~ IsBta .etember. In this his memory is at
the enterprise maifstd ia the t blee a ae ,e s-remvwediftrom fault, the gale of 1878, which he
IForida (trams Exchange they s s An i-.- Kn i characterizes the "wettest of all,"
this daager, deTes always iaqure ab :
S. the cen4ta of the bewel. Ayers Plls. was in September, commencing nc-
All Puh ad Pall To6ther. -a.e.o.A~rO .. -s..m-- cording to my diary, on the 7th and
Titasvile is not te largest town lasting the best part of four days be william
on the Fat Coat but from its 1011UG FAST ON CANAL ingaceompanied by an almost con- inently ide
.... kchleago an
healthful location ad environs it tinuous rain. Several vessels were in the form
should be. Why it is not is a ques- IH That tt CSt C tltrwI driven shore, and almost everybody t.oubies.
ton the business men sbould answer. Willa OP y J l from New Smyrna to Lake Worth Within
A posh and pull together will se- -.were beach combing for days after- present he
A paushd runib P lft mt a otr With the dredges and excavators w pd remedy. W
e- iandmke thriftatda enter- lW 5. ; xa.-atrouble, yeo
cutting away at a fat clip, it is ex- treabley ye
pi g community In ever imtance. I1 a a Mr. Norwood antedates Capt. excellent p
A better illustratio cold not be peted tht a preliminy forty-foot Richard's arrival by several years. This bri
given than the succes of the ts- cut will be completed at the upper He came here from Newark, N. J., to fel the
ille ball club. With few players to d of te M anl a that brings, his own boat, the "Frank- chooses
select from, united as they were, t can b usedby Jan Thelin," with him, about 1876. That he ,?
CREW. will then be widened to its re-
pulling all together, using their ca w en be widened to got yptian Queen pines from Capt. Kidsys A
bral.and brawn, they have master- glar eighty feet at this side of Pablo Brnhm is no doubt correct, but M'r. M- B
ed all team on-the Floridi East creek, the St. Augustne Re- his first venture on a large scale was national Bro
Com.t. with some 40,000 plants of the Red writs from 43
If these players' fathers would Two bucket dredges and a suction Spanish, from the Keys, which he set As follow :
unite and push and pull together, s dredge are now working in Pablo the peninsula opposite Eden, 1 A have bee
ing the mne brain power in boost-andtwex St. Johns. A wr where they proved a complete fail- ind have bee
ing Titsville that their boys have in and th w exnd ato are e woringly at ure. He then set on the mainland, through the U
playing ball, they would make T this end d there is only a little where they were a grand success. during th
vile the best business point on the over two miles of cut yet to be made. While Capt. Richard was the first keep bottle
The two excavators at this end are house, and by
Florida t Coast. tto vt th d o go intothe business on large amfe.lin
9 sloon to be moved three thoousanld .. e f
Will they do it? ft inl from tis of the ca ale, the pioneer of the great plan- a qlne of
t nlw fm this e o e tations, on the lower Indian river, Peruna is eq
Fighting the Exchange a they will tee b mny pines had been set years be- ."usanents.
One of the be evidence of the o to land to- re. The Stewarts, Maj. Magruder ut Idouo
Oneatvlueof the growerid s of the wards Pablo
great value to the growers of the e firsand Dr. Wittfeld all set and grew soeqa:li."
Citrus Fruit change idea the arrived through that ppines, but only on a small scale. Theold
howl being made about it by the pro- be received through the canal rom severe cold of Christmas eve night, Mr. Jo"eph
.... Oler f T'opeka, K, .,
due papers of the north. Jacksonville. This will also permit 1868, killed most of the plants on the -.%Y,%
The papers are published in the th asieof yachts south before mainland but those on the Island es- ana s uu-io
interest of the common men who t i completed to itsull caped, and more or less have beerb _
will be the loose if the growers .r I grown therefore market ever since.
conclude to market their own fruit hby a sw 'm rilaines s.a d We hope W. S. N. will continue
without the intervention of the mid- ver T ets. ad the healthy edition of his "ruminating."
he_ men. the body and mind which they create, makesH.S.W.
die men. one feel joyftl. Sold by all dealean. H. S. W.
They fill their issues with charges op. erache n two minutes; toothache or A shaking Up
against the exchanges, and are car- in of brn or a n ve minutebe May be very well so far as the trust are con-
ner, bn hour, musIclsebe. two hours; ore cerned, but not when a It coms toh ills and o
trying on quite a spirited campaign thMt, twelve hour--Dr. Thomas clectric erned. but not. hen it o .to chil and
against growers who have cut loose il monarcboer pain. a real curead l' Herbine. Contain no
from. the commission men. harmful drugs and is us certain as taxes. If
*t e it doesn't cure, you set your money back.
The object of the fight is too ap- "It i- aminazing the interest a soldbyalldrggisf. T
parenttocauseany uneasinessamong .'re"-,! w'Il t;;ke in trifles!" exclaim-
.*growers-they are on the right track ~d tihe lrst cynic. ChIidrert Cry
and will reap their harvest by stick- "In't it '" exclaimed cyuic, num- FOR FLETCHER'S
ing to the exchange idea.-Miami br"' t,,. ,"I quite agree with Voll!" C A A T O R I A
News-Reord. "'Viv." proceeded cynic number i
one, "a' I was coming along just tIVmf mUle
Directors Meet "ow I saw a fight between a bull- GIVING OUT
The regular weekly meeting of the dog ad a mastiff: and, upon my le aey a
Florida Citrus Exchange was held in word. during the fifteen minutes I The wrgle Diacouraga Many a
was watchiQg more than fifty men Citisen of Titusaille
Tampa Wednesdlny last. were standmin round! How can peo-
Among other important occur- pie take, an interest in such things?" Around all day with an aching
rences was the promotion of Dr. R. "I can't imagine. And which dog back; m

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KIday Tr-Me r Nearly TMrty Years
SBalley, Past Col. Ene. No. O. Union Veterane a Ls, and pros
ntifed with many of the great lamor protective asocatoiuli in
d New York, and secretary of one of the largest amoeIations
ler elty, had for nearly thirty year* been alietod with kiday
a short period he has been persuaded to try Peruna, and his
ithy condition is attributed to hi. jucdiioun ume of that green
ashington climate is notoriously bad for kidney and liver
t by a judicious use of the remedy he lo now quite cured and in
aysical condition.
ef statement of facts, without exa~z:er:ition or hyperbole, appears
hole etorv, which the Perrnao comp:tny 's authoriaed to aU. if
a, believing, a4 I do, that by Po doing it wil lhe for the general
William lailev, -x4 I St., N. F., WaVlshington. D. C.
4a- <<- 4 ^1 W - '%I S* -.-04C.s
ffneted--ac4 k Weak. the same. A few hottis built up her
roderick, Secretary and health and strength.
cal Union No. M4i, Inter- L" took Peruna f.,r a cold which ase
therhwod of Teamsterm, tied in my kidneys. giving me muck
3 R.4tilh 8t., Chicago, ll., ptai. In two weeks I wa.4 muhie hettec
and in a few mouths I was well."
n suffering from a weak frf LiUvr adI ld-ss.
mey trouble for some tuie. Mr. W. H. Armisteia, (umherlaal
n ablo to find relief only C. H., Va., writes:
te of Peruna. I "Your Ptruin hWu neared me of hroate
e winter season I usuallv catarrh of log usmanatiug I thank yoe
of your medicine in th- i so much for your advice. I thiik it I
r taking a dose at night l a great medicine. It will do all tba
e the next morning,. you recommend it todo. ILeoides, I
ny friends me that recommend it to cure all liver sad kL
jlly as good for their var- I ne troubleo"
as it is for my comipli:at ; Creaft Knsey Troe ae.
w thit for kidney trouble JudgeC.J. Park, K. F. I. 1I, Hucikhe 4
from a weak back it hab 0., write:
S*For a long time I was troubled wish
*ttled In KIdeys I "atrrh of the kidney. and after t.,iag
Ki.e, 215 E.ast 4th St., i'eruna I feel like a new man. I thtK
write"r: it ib.- grestiuit catarrh mendic'i:,e ,f the
ok I.ersinaf..r liver troninh,. i ,.. ai;i t.:.ieve will cure any
wn condition ilin.-lcul to.... ~.'tit uo record.
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Tka tnd ieM d isall ti a intks and
ltod t-he ue ILdmlbistite
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Set ila lt a to priil ieae of
the mems of this A-MmlenU. balding a
beut"a b lon e be tw ime shr

STatrltea bta ee etelIe off ad
me is a oem ,iTirna d othe-lid-
"as to s imaOl tnu M C muem ie ne
net l r prai, art hal nt ha *ysare
oft k d wrt andha e at y tim-
a f eseM snisn, hat all

dew f1_7t An"ortea r peM"
Y I le theespea i C sad otherwise
Atht -i AmaNitie a4 enand S le

ar*or ia ., ht htb4e C thnk
as ea-rth eta l athisa Ammisnfa
shall deep the b" n od the Aomis
ti-.- -ad am d Am-- --t s ash--
* eguflsase of memaHbeuh- and shall
senre ItSmo I nt t heebA to a t ofn
Dt ar 4n.e) W be wa vestt s the r
sanytme has ewo e aekel mm n a-

arstaee ee memtha a teei no mid rameon.
e shba any pmast a |y ewe of sitrn

eu baem ime t, smae a memb ert this o
ismefuss an ton, to psellmm

MA n d" at is imiNem fan
htobuld la umle d ud p du k ar
th aue. 6f 4 tla. te ia other all

. e0t I an hr
markt Abefismal, as aeln, oM. frakit
n all ats eekinds and t vary of fLnit,
a nspod a. wtich rae ma b grown
otr e marsted by members of this

tsrele byl wit.b nots i currier .
AMd at te. Almo to iown toL it. ay other
ai orolb t~ eatoni asiemila to this
-l~~w, or Wath g r the advanoemwet,

Lor for Im he destoeettea thot fpuore
au teotemaso rt s ofi- tk i At eati n .m
*rtiisr, a t fois g and spray ingJ
Am t-o wl motkl s b S be thoeght,
=ad o Banrd oMat o rton ofts ad1taO
fthItime btotim, by their reslutioe to be
e--u ay or eso ta t sfor tmde hofrtim
ofm l or th ftumigatil or sponyian of
trMe ad p laaa wkto blon to the s pa o-
lbes o tlehi Aioiat.oth Alo to bmy a
catc to or the pared h ofJdaytiu that
- aeder oadby tha Board of Diraetn aefgl
oarRaary. for the prevention of WiueOt
Moaorhfrithe destructioo ntrot. for the
t of ts members as fruit and produce
rowers. Also the rilt to owe, contract for,
at opes in*t r ul wiu ry sap liuoce t at the
Banul tIf Misct a, at any tiat ma tionk
otcrh e fr the fertliastmao of groves and
aldls the flumilptig and prayntigof tnew
and lants or tbhe extioctioa of irset oata
oa the I minds belanrcia to the -bIas of the
Asclation. and its charge therahr, and col-
lect. such r'aaenabl rates for aid derriee.
as may be tablishd toy the Board of Direc
ton fwso time t- tie, hor the uses asove
umenetiond. And mid amoclatton shall be
Cowered to lcu*Ke in a brokesoae fetor
o tauuniu mthe r be m o is as=ubmet
bwea. paper, nails. aid other packing mater
jal; to eugase in and conduct a drsayae,
amafer. forwading and shipping busine;
to purchase. hold. lese. or otherwise acquire
right axd refrigerator canm wgons. diay,
trucks, boats weels. and other vehicles, and
the neceary motive powerand rquipmentfor
tka he m, ard to enae i the tranporttion
baem of all ucb produce, material and
other comodities as maybe owned or oon-
trolled by it, but not as a coam carrier.
And to dispose of the sae at will. To borrow
and loan mony by or upon morpa on real
eate, or otherwise, and geneaily is transact,
carry on and perform al uch ether tbuin
oeraMomsb, a are genrain or incident to the
parpoMM ahev mentioned.
That any penos or persons who is, or are
hena Ado halt or prodaeu growers, or who Is
or arbern d krpreanLativse fruit or
growere within t territory next adjacent to
the beadquartersof this AOartlo ma b-
Asocdation will not at any time receive into
i meunemb-ip, members of any kindred
A-solatloawhose fruit or produce lands are
located earer to much other kindred A-
abtion than thay are to thia Ansdatlon
without the comment of the Asoiation noet
adjacent is where mid holdiu- are located.

Neth in them Articlw shall be oonsrtred
astointrforewith the 1 bor Alde alofreal
-tau t hnscLar of property, togeer with

the hit or other produce rsowi theon,0
as ieofs amlE k tiso ar. Th
if an peson who be hage as -
Shr psrtdmb year krc ln -t
m. m .ii. h as is har l ammd

at bb ftk w pmow" AnOAt l ae i.h
rsr tL, tm fo a tLdis sa or
WUMM ~ngm 4 fe
!hPYlaI u aembr is this Am he, ma
Ard hr ,li M-iMonto tibi t A ml.
Mti, r anh wthwa tke of
wfty s per ba_ fr all miti faler other
a....s a o. roll dtra tm wet.w
p.eia rue-Ad a i dia 4rtthe year of

Lt as isth er herey a ms1 a- a.- eed
whe ha witsdiawnhiso hem tor pdce m
W11h411 rICVT and r" n this IAsuLm
ard ere Ae rits ofS a meber, that ke
a e by, amd wi thof the omty, of a
mqjly o1 the boad of Dimisms aithis
ami etdog and apen hes paying as tahs
alemst- a i all mid e tit saVe beIo
seoad s- him and p net previouly paid.
That the trn fr wUhi thiLs Ame at
shall exit a y y from a after the
dabt. i of IiorpOPratoA.
tbht tM k oaerm of aid Anociatton
wre ahall trat its budminm msall be
a Bard of Direosw a Prdeaud a Vice
Premldt. amrd aid Presdent and Vice-
Pnridmt,. alil almo be the Prdident a d
Vlcs-Prerldet resptvly of said Boad of
Diretos ad mea of t wmshall, at the time
of 1111imi id u Ie, be a mmAer 1 thi
Ausatama ard a diretor ia teanmr. And
thi A-elation shall alia. h@v a Smereisry
an Triamrer, beth if wisek uA abe
AU1d by am amd the pemeT.- Athe
nauberofDiresn. ofthIs Aadaiu shalU
be three, but tke maid -ution. Mwitbeut
anme--entofIt carter, mwy.atay timan
by a two-third vt ofe o it Dineot. intost
ts diretory ad ay at any ti, M. after
lamring6 te sme, and by a silar ve
ofLt edirnetoside dIb ts dirnetory, wlaid
Diremtos hall ee it. lit me t shall
teo aamberof aid Direct be ireaed I*to
a nmber greater tkan nine; and at no time,
I the nuber of mid Diresobedecrea-
ad to a l umber, tan t orial nber
ofdiretsoa ff tIrein d. na--
Sreidence of te growem wo are hereby
platad b te iacorpoauto oftkkAi Is
ta, and who rhal at as director to maid
Aocistion for the nLtryear ofits existeac
and until its other director as ally
elected and qualified. are:

0. C. Hanmmell,
J. Z. Kyer,
P. W. toobertas

Mim, Florida.
Mims, Florida.
Mims, Florida.

That the Director of this Associationhall
have the right and power to charge and colect
ho is member, and other fruit, vegetble
and produce ower, repreentd or rred
by this Amociation, mek comp-tin a
reomueratimo to be paid to aid Ameation,
a aid Directors may f and charge for its
services to him, her, or them, in the picking
pack handle, marketing, shipping, aa
selling of any and all of the produce, and
material, which this Asociation 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 Asoeaton, and
fartherore, fully understood and agreed, by
Mll person who may berefter become mem-
ber of this Asciation, that one of the pur-
poses and ob)eets ofthis Asociation is to bring
about and carry into eflet, a system of mutual
o-opration 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 member
of this and kindred Asociations 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 o-operate with and
through said Florida Citrus Exchange, as a
part of the system of exchanges which go to
make up, control, and operate mid Florida
Citrus Pebange, whose headquartersare now
located in the City of Tam and State of Flor-
ida. And that all citrus fruit, and other pro-
duce placed in the hands of this Associaton,
sLall be marketed exclusively through said
Florida Citrus Exchange.
That the names and places of residence of
the subscribing members and incrporators
to thee Article of Incorporation and Aso-
ciation, are as follows:

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

Mims. Florida.
Minm, Florida.
Mims, FloridLa

And each of aid members of this p.opmoed
Amociation, and incorporators who has sub-
,cribed his uame hereto, ha paid into the
Treasury of this corporation, now being
created, the sum of One Dollar, for a member-
ship thereof, which will entitle each of them,
upon the iusance of letters patent to this
Aocnation, to a membership in the same, and
a earticate of uch membership, upon how-
ever ech person sJniug the by-laws of mid
Amoelat, including the contract for his
or er frit to aid muo*eatfe as provided in
mid by-laws
lacoryea!to and maben of this proposed

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Sesam &a ina ba bean m66 khde
Of ast A u ,d n U am
taom A. runvm '

A-ese, th Indien, a rest Rumsa .
Pul Aeesoa the Imdau nruer who
beat lte Appleby ta their reeat -t
teen mile fee at Winnalpe. i a -
ber thef lklI tr tbe of bansIxs
I f4latr I the efb and sixty-eee
yeaes of a. Paul Is tweaty-r
year t oa me stans "ve fst -bw
lee-and wel*e 123 pYda.
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Sltearhat theais at leas eo dre fal
dieas tat mslsoa bas able to arer in
an Its m sma4 that isCnMWar. HallsCo.
It Creis tk ofnly paitive oar knwn
to t h* idal fstrnmlty. Ct"rrh bai a
omMtuittial diss requires a co e it.-
Isai tMsMeLH Hall's CTarrh Ourem
aken intamally. acting dirctUy upon the
bled and Meem rsrb of to h Mbel ,
thera bat deiet t he andatna of( t
oes, and giving .a patient etrega in
baUidia tkd o owltatiog and s-ting
1006iM In Lxits w1 k. Tkh prorieton
nave so uneb within its eravtieo
taMtbootytrOne Hundred DollaMwfrany
amethatltfalmtocure. Send for list ofte-
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We could ot aftSd to make m-
an ofer, unlea we positively Lw
what Kodol will do for you.
It would bankrupt mi
The dollar bottle Coatlones t UM
as much as the fifty cent bots.

Kodol I made at the laboratory"
of E. C. DeWitt 8 Co., Chicago.

Sold by Banner Drug Store


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A 0AAATW- CU- for all diseases caused by a TO&
PI UVLI One bottle purt:....ed to-day may save you a serloun
slek spell tomorrow. *
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ol an d actReooommmondmd

Balancing your cah is an ey mat-
ter if you have an account with....
The First National Bank
of St. Augustine, Fa.
The stub of your check book will
show exactly how much you have on
hand. You needn't have to count
and recount in order to be sure of
the amount; and each paid check will
be a receipt showing exactly where
your money has gone and what for.
Why not have such an account with
all of its advantages?



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Ideal Fertilizers
GARDENERS: Send for our booklet entitled, "Florida
Vegetables. It contains descriptions of our old relia-
ble vegetable formulas and our new Special Crop
Formulas, for Beans, Tomatoes, Celery, Lettuce, Cu-
cumbers, Watermelons, Potatoes, etc., and forty-six
pages of practical directions for raising the various
crops. Each article has been revised by a successful
grower of the product taken as his subject. Sent
free on request : : : : : :
SEED POTATOES: Our northern grown Seed Pota-
toes will be on the market the latter part of October.
We are booking orders now. Remember that secur-
ing the Right Seed is an important factor in your
success: : :

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ter medalist on two ocr~asloon and
Sthe aatimal cbamplmeipa. before
1ar secem at Klrkdale, thi year.
Whs Me woe the adla' open golf
\ ebapo.nma, she captured the stlver
medal aad than brse msdals.
Mi Campbell therefore comes to
thbs o- r with a very formidable
l h m*od give a good account
tA =t. a ebaealw d to par"tica

hisel f thattd State Ot aao -
elati wo*ar's hamplonahpa to be
tpay1l at the Merlo Cricket club.
avette, Pa, and t tthe contests
wll eamt mne Amerlean woman play-
es who ave also made geat golf

Dut fl e"
Th Mac Tvish family were en
oylag their Sabbath dinner after
their ave mile tramp home from
the kirk, and they eagerly watched
Mr. MhedMI h caring the fowl,
Snone o eqerl, however, a the
dog, for tht inll t animal nev-
er took its eyes of the luscious bird.
The direction was
pae when suddenly the knife of
te carver 'ppd ad sent a frg-
ment of p try rolling on the foor.
"ich mr crind MacTavrih.
"The llt Ma ain favorite bit!
.The 4og' titit"
"Naw, flthr," mid theyoug-
eot olhoot of the clan MacTavih;
"hell no get it I've putten ma
foot upon' t"-Dundee Advertiser.
Itebriated Churhgoewr.
The man sat quietly in the pew
of St. Paul's church--at through
the sermon, very drunk. When it
was over they consulted awhile and
then the exton and some others
draged him out of the church,
erOs fhe yard and through the
ga~ which they shut on him.
Ce come ia here to church oc-
emigd lly on Sunday," sid the offi-
cialg pastor. "It's a strange thing.
h say there is truth in the wine.
Thae a lm o reminisnces. In
all Ioba t he was brought up by
pi~l parean, who taught him to go
to cburcl. Now that he has become
a drunkard he comes here as a mat-,
ter of habit It is a sad sort of
thi to have to put him out so
r itseems to me."-New
Yod Press.

UM L-ki- For a it.
"Mr," aid the youth a he enter-
ed the rvte office of the busy
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MUSN OWI rfl baved bass u J
andi tar stMee s be
bnd 2kw k kUsa s ema
hea s mt be Mia, sea mear

OmI Wlhtak hve baeren moat

ild wo" the wortd' ebpo the
Rhale woee the worM's champion-
dhlb took the grand price at BrMeed.
eoverta the emro of diz ad ome-
flth milms as require Ivd e tdm- In
4 maftut e4 seconds. He alo won
the prte fr the quickest starting, his
time being 8146 second.
Another famous Amercan aeronaut.
Orvile Wright. ha been addtag to hbe
brfllant aebhevements abroad, and bis
xhlbltlons ta Berlin have attracted
great attention. On one of his lights
the be was accompanied by a wo-
San. Mrs. vor Hildebrand. and they
remained up eleven minutes.
In Bngland recently Colonel Cody
Jatled the confdence of hi friends

2"n Inrmm In. IU = uev.

by making an aeroplane ligbt of forty-
seves miles no 63 minutes. which is
asserted to be the greatest distance yet
covered tn a *reas country fight.
Count von Zeppelin has also been
continuing bla lights with marked suc-
cm. oI the fleds and in the parks of
Berlin more than a million pereaos
wo gmbee to him arrive In his
a~s-etr arslp recently. It was the
gnal t crowd the city ever had as-
sImble. In the multitude were the
kaser san all hs court and distin-
glsbed visitors from many countries.
Os. of the visitors to whom most at-
tention was shown was Orvlle Wright.

"Welsh Rabbit" Parallels.
It is ft be feared that the namer
as well as the inventor of the
"Welsh rabbit" is lost in antiquity.
As early as the eighteenth century,
when Grose expounded the vulgar
tongue, the false "rarebit" deriva-
tion had crept in. "Welsh rabbit"
is exactly parallel with "Scotch
woodcock" and may be compared
with the humorous nicknames of
many other delicacies. Thus, a
baked sheep's head used to be
known as a "Field lane duck," a red
herring as a "Glasgow magistrate,"
a "Norfolk capon" or a "two eyed
steak," potatoes have appeared as
"Irish apricots"or "Munster plums,"
and "Gravesend sweetmeats" were
shrimps. In America a "Cape Cod
turkey" is a codfish, and a "prairie
oyster" is a drink. And the "colo-
nial goose" of Australia represents
a leg of mutton with savory trim-
mings.-London Chronicle.
Anelent Inkstands.

An inkstand that was probably in
is 3,400 years ago is in a museum
in Berlin. It is of Egyptian make
and is supposed to belong to the
eighteenth or nineteenth dynasty or
somewhere about 1500 B. C., al-
thoufh its real age can only be judg-
edo approximately. It is made of
wood and has two compartments, an
upper one provided with two holes,
gne for black and one for red ink
and a lower one for holding reed
pens. The black and the red inks
are certainties, for some still re-
mains, in a dry condition, within
the reeptacles. Another ancient
inkstand is supposed to have been
intended for the use of a schoolboy.
It would certainly hold ink enough
for a ushnntlkv'.a mA,,w fnr it kLea .n


carry on, and perform all such other busim.,.s,
operations as are germain or incident t, thi.
purposes above mentioned.
That any peron or persouis. wlo is. ,r :tiit
bona fide fruit or produce ,rtwers. ,ir wi,, ,..
or are bona fide representative. ot f rruit ri
growers within the territory next adit:evtit ito
the headquarters of this Asaokiationm uway le-
come a member of this Asau'iatitoi: ,but thi
Association will not at aay timen' r'cei\v i' ,
its membership, melumers of any ki1ll41.4
Associations. whose fruit or product litund- ;ar'
located nearer to such other kiudnrtl A- l-
elation than they are to this Asov'iati,ii,.
without the content ofthe A.-.amciatiin ni.xt
adjacent to where msid holdings arte hi-eated.
Nothing in these Articles shall be e,-ti-t true
as to interfere with the bona tide sale .tf ,ial
estate; the transfer of property. together with
the fruitor other prnoduc growing tlm. rcon.i.
at the time of such sale; that is tonsay: That
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pkse mydw 2k. 1dM
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ANSI& Tmto yalats sad mswh--Ns

-a ade g .-all tims the pulest-B of
ths m^ats.
at hea Ift day dof tSept.
ArtSlesr IF e S Mof S C
Chrttneeowea's Amdmhlim
Tat we, tbe aitMis d d aU frsit PDow
en of State of Florida at let there of
whom are reldeuts and cti m of the State
of Florida. have this day volutarily amdat-
ed eundves sto seth r tbe surpm eVf in-
ina a Hortiealtral a orpa a and -mei-
tiom under the laws of the Sta of Florida,
proved frthe inoorpmatit of horticul-
tanl ad agriultural non-prodt -molatione
aad port n accondace with this
pmred charter, and we hereby adpt these
rtles of Ineorporation. which shllbeeo
the charter of wid corporation, lpoa the se-
maes of letter pent, edi to law, amd
we do hereby certify.
That the name ofnsmid corporation is the
City Poit Citrus Growers' Association.
That this association is on ized under
the laws of this State a a Hortialtnr amso-
iation, and entitled to all the rights aad
privileges confrred by the laws of this State
on similar corporations, and the voting power
and all qther rights and privileges of each of
the member of this Association. holding a
certificate of membership in the rame, shall
be equal.
That there shall be no capital stock of mid
amociation, but the tame hallbe organized
as a Horticultural asoeation and corporation,
not for proft, and it shall not Isueany shares
of stock whatever, and shall not at any time
declare or py any dividend, or other profits
on any holding in mid corporation. but all
moneys coming into this -orltton, for ser-
vies rendered, or otherwise, shall be used by
it for paying the expense of, aad otherwise
maitainin this Association. and any srplus
thereof remaining in its hands shall be ued
as the Board of Directmo of this Asociation
shall deem to the best interest of the Asocia-
tion. and said Association shall ane to each
penor who shall become a member thereof.
a certificate of membership, and shall
receive in return therefore the mm of One
Dollar ($1.0o) to be converted into the Tree-
ury of mid corporation; hut no person shall at
any time have, own or control more than one
certificate of membership in mid Awociatio.
nor shall any person not a grower of citrus
fruit becomeor remain a member ofthis
That the purpose for which this Aiociation
is formed are to buy. lea, rent, sell, occupy
and use, bold and dipee of all real aad per-
sonal property which maybe necesry or
convenient for the conduct of its business and
to build, leave and rent packing houses for
the pecking of fruit, also to purbase all
material that may be necesary or convenient
for the purpose of pecking or preparing citnr
fruit, or other Florida grown products for
market. Also to ell, as agent, citrus fruit
and all other kinds and variety of fruits,
and produce. which may be grown
or controlled b y m .mbers of this
Association. Also to own stock in any other
incorporation or association. similar to this
Association, existing for the advancement,
and protecting of fruit and produce growers
in the State of Florida. Also to purchase and
sell to the members of this Asociation such
fertilizer, aud fumigating and spraying im-
plements and materials, as may be thought,
y the Board of Directors of this Aesociation.
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 mem-
bers of this Amociatiou. Also to buy and
contract for the purchase of anything, that is
considered by the Board of Directors useful
or nemmary, for the prevention of insect
pea., or for the destruction thereof. for the
benefit of its member as fruit and produce
growers. Also the right to own, c ltrac.t for.
and operate all necewary appliances that the
Board of Directors. at any time.n may think
necessary for the fertilization of groves and
fields, the fumigating and spraying of trees
and plants or the extinction of insect pests,
on the lands belonging to the members of the
Association, and to charge therefore, and cul-
lect, such reasonable rates for said services.
as may be established by the Board of Direc-
tors from time to time, for the uses above
mentioned. And said Association shall be
empowered to engage in a broke age factor
and commission selling husinets, to purchase
boxes, paper, nails, and other packing mater
ial; to engage in and conduct a drayage.
transfer, forwarding and shipping busitae.;
to purchase, hold. lease, or otherwise acquire'
freight and refrigerator cars. WMOioS, tlrays.
trucks, boats, vessels, and other vehicle,, atd
the necessary motive powerand equipment for
the same, and to engage in the transportation
business of all such produce, material and
other commodities as may he owned or con-
trolled by it, but not as a common carrier.
And to dispose of the same at will. To borrow
and loan money by or upou niortgaue on real
estate, orotherwise, and generally to tnraiset.

W. H. CreamoI.
Wiss. H. Shatm i-.
t4,,. E. ('1h ster.

'ity Point. Florida.
;ity I'out:t. Florida.
t'ity Point, Florida.

Thatt tihe I tirects of this Aswociation shall
have t he right awl powcr :t charge andt toI ltet
from its memiewrs, and other fruit. vegeltalle.
and produce gurwers, irpresentedl or served
by this Asiociation. Isu'bh compelnsttion amnd
remuuertion, to be to o said Ax-.'cia"ti.,i.
as said Iire 'to,rs may fix anid charg- for its
services t., him. her. or them. in the. i,ikiiug.
packing, haintling. marketing. shipping. llid
selling of iay. alnd all of the preiMlure. atid
material. which this Aswa'iatioii i l i(;n
authorized to htatlle aI ul matrkLet.
RTIst L.: xl
It is hereby nmutuaily agret.i amIel iily
untdersto ld. hy amid Itwt-ctl all the pI,'i ,Ies
lw(',omiig niaw-nl-rs of thi.i A.s'-o'iatin,,. altl
furthermore, fully umInderst m.u aidl :t' ed.. by
all per st, io illsy hIerearr ter t-Iteno o iltmcttu-
bers of this As.iwt'i;tii. that ,irc f u l thi pr-
lMet aruil otltjec abliut andl cr.ry iintoltiI '-t.i . ;.: i ni ":t
co-opjeratioli bettweeln tli. citrus aw;it ltr.r
produce tower. of thie State of 'l 411tal., Au
the picking, |sackiaig. aImltlini:. *h.i.i :m amdi
martkeiting. fall citrus fr it. antid .t'! ;,pro-
duce ownt.el. and ontai tolhld Iy tihe i
ofthiaIand klltdrdti .A n.ciatiiniIs 111 (lit .-i.te
of Florida: and to that eud that this A,-wia-
tio, i- ;,cittted aal4d eIr:41nAi/A'Il int c with a.-! utaid-r th,- Florida Citrus Exchai'ane.
ali,'' a :At .All tiltI'e c,'-oiwrate with alnd
through a id Florida t'itrus Exchauge. an a
litrt of the -ystetll of .exchainges which gsa to
make tup. rointrol, anti operate said Florida
('it ru, Extchatl:ange. whorte headquarters are Inow
tloiatead in the City ofTaumpa. and State of i'lor.
ida And that all citrus fruit, and eth-e prio-
dure Ilact-d ill the halids4 of this AsM-'iailiin,
shall be Imarktted excl'luively thrtougth said
FI ol ila (itIs 'a. xechaiag-.
RTItCL.: XI111:
1'lattt lit Iilaitie aind places .of residence of
lthe liu -c.riiili~ n t nitIaiN.dM? and iltorlmrators
tl, tht-. Articles ocf InctorirAtiiou anl AMj>-
( l:Ltila'. ;ar ; Ls filliowt :

W 11 c'reasoi.
\\ I. If ShIarlt'.
(i'o. E. Chest' ter.

City i'otut. Florida.
City P'oiut, Florida.
City Point. Florida.

A nil each ,f -aid memlwnrs of this pI;op'ost
.\ andIt who ban sub.
Srill hi Itiale hereto, h aiaspid into the
Trt.a.ury of this ,orpnratiou. now t-ilng
crnntled. their um iof Oe IDollar. fora ienmber-
liil, thetreof., which will entitle eaih of them.
uilpui the itsiiaitSLce otf letters iatcnt to tbhi
Aqswiatitil. to mnemwership in the same. a nd
a certitim:ate -t cfimlh uctiitulr.hip. upolu how-
ever suchrli .'cr. i igniigil the by-laws of said
.A"e iition, including the contrat't for his
or hl r 'nillit to said :nsMciatiou as provided in
-.aid hv.l ?.

air rmeIp s Ws D eeMrd of DimreNt
ofth Am tlr -U fix and deterinTa
Bat, any mbe r of thi Aussimta shall
have te right to withmw hi fruit sad
re r ome yar. said
in writing to aid A=ssct e oie with.
in tera day net before the annual meeting
of this AeMaia that he diires s to
withdraw Ist ruit or other produce from the
aame, but in that event said member givian
notice, esses to be a member of said Aseslca-
tio., and all rights and privileges n said
Association.:belonging to said member shall
thereupon ceme and determine. Provided.
however, and it ts herebyI gred and full
understood by all person oining ths A -
ciation, that any member of the same with.
drawing from this Asmogeioe, by disposing
of his fruit or produce through any other
source than through this Aocath or
withholding same from this Assoiatiou.
and without giving the notice, as hereinafter
provided, shall forfeit to thie Assciatio, as
and for liquidated damages to this Aeocda-
tion. for such withdrawal the sum of
ffty cents per box. for all citrus fruit or other
produce. produced by him during the year of
said withdrawal and so withdrawn by him.
It ti further hereby understood and agreed
that in cae any member of this Amociatioa
who has withdrawn his fruit or produce from
this Association, as above described.afterwards
wishes to return and rejoin this Association,
and exercise the rights of a member, that he
may do so by, and with the consent only, of a
majority of the Board of Directors of this
Association, and upon his paying to this
Association all penalties that have been
messed against him, and not previously paid.
That the term for which thi Association
shall exist is fifty years from and after the
date of its incorporation.
ArrICLt x
That the oicers of id Association
who shall transact its business shall he
a Board of Directors, a President'and a Vice-
President and said President and Vice-
President. shall also be the Presilent and
Vice-President, respectively, of said Board of
Directors, and each of them shall, at the time
of filling said office, be a member of this
Association, and a director in the same. And
this Association shall also have a Secretary
and Treasurer, both of which offices may be
filled by one and the same peron. 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-third* vote of its Directors inreate
its directory, and may at any time, after se
increasing the same, and by a similar vso
of its directors, decrease its directory, assaid
Director hll see fit. But t no time shall
the number of mid Directors be increased to
a number greater than nine; and at no time,
shall the number of mid Directors be decresu-
ed to a lees number, than the original number
of director herein specified. bThat the names
and residences of the growers who are hereby
appointed by the incorporatos of this Associ-
tion, and who shall act as directors to mid
Association for the first yr of its existence,
and until its other dirret legally
elected and qualified, are:


left side, and under im

shoulder blade, could not %leep
on the left side, and was so shor.
of breath the least exert ton
would bring on the most distress-
ing palpitation. I had scarcely
taken a half bottle of the leart
Remedy before I could see a
marked change in my cowlitien.
When I had taken six bottle, I
was cured."
Northtield. Va.
If there is fluttering or palpi-
tation it is ai indi ,tioir of a
wvakne.s of the ners ev anil Ilus-
cles of the heart. It is not i ccel-
sarilvy dieased-just ,cakk iruni
over-work. The heart may be
weak just the same as the eyes.
stomach or other organs. You
can make a weak heart strong
by taking Dr. Miles' Heart Rei-
edy. Get a bottle from your
druggist, take it according to di-
rections, and if it does not bene-
fit he will return your money.

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Left Till CaM Pwr.
When Wilkison went to hlr -
fce one day lat week he feft Imli
I and contented. He hadn't any nd
to worry about his wife's lonefines
any more, for he had bought a api-
tal watelog for her.
But, 0 when he arrived home
his wife met him with the deplora-
ble news that the dog had gone.
"Eh!" said Wilkinson. "Did he
break the chain, then?"
"No," she replied, "but a geat,
ugly looking tramp cam here and
acted so impudently that I let the
dog looee. But instead of tearing
the tramp to pieces the nasty dog
went off with him."
"Great Scott!" said Wilkinson.
"That must have been the tramp I
bought him from!'"-Lndo Ex-


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Five Years

of Hart Troub Curd
Dr. Milmt Heart Remedy

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over five years. I had painl-, Ms



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pbs" emn "- m matat W as noh
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ivmat. Dr.3. sat at s Qthbr

am -m a amSe w m
the Sredets of CtristlaMsaed bad
bees eagerml awal the arrival of
the M h bticn M ftrom Oopseha-
m. Dvery vMseMl the harbor wM
sV4WIrNd wt' 641adM ah the
a~v "li l 01081 craft had bee. char
tge to brig out ightseersn frm the
AshM. A atateof Nvat Mrn was
m ftbm the dk oft th Meleblor
aM MMawer b y on guim from the
Ohrbdana d toret This homer was
aoseadea Dr. Cook, a evillan. on a
spedal order med by Kml BHaako.

*nisa'* Moeth.
T. inspector was examining
taard 1, and all the elass had
bee specially told beforehand by
th=r master, "Don't answer unless
7y are almost certain your answer
historyy was the subject.
"Now, tell me," mid the inspect-
r, "who was the mother of our
gpMt Scottish hero, Robert Bruce ?"
He pointed to the top boy,-then
around the class. There was no
S amwer~. Then at last the heart of
the teacher of that class leaped with
jty. The boy who was standing at
the very foot had held up his hand.
"Well," my boy," said the in-
reo .meragin~m gl "who was

"Please, air, Mrs. Bruce."

A One Word Epitaph.
"There is only one one word epi-
taph in this country," aid the un-
dertaker. "It is m the town of
Worcester. I believe it is quite a
drawing card. Holiday makers come
to ee it from miles around. The
epitaph consists of the word 'Gone.'
A Worcester auctioneer lay dying.
He whispered to his wife, with a
quiet smile:
"'I've been "going, going," all
my life. Now Ill soon be 'gone."
Put that on my tombstone. dear,
that one word bonen" only.'
"The wile complied."-New York

*bhYo Unertunfte Delay.
He t years old. Onthi
day ote a
with uml ee ad was very
maek disl d to have him ome
in wih dlthn dirty and tor
She had so t told him he

ha varbasurd in ge i ty as re
ardd his friends. This particular
fri ys of this trait:
"I found it extremely difficult to
t him to accept any money due to
h'm for transactions undertaken for
me. If I asked him, 'How much do
I owe you, Bard he invariably an-
swred in the same strain, Eight
thousand five hundred and nineteen
pounds four shilings and seven-
pence,' or 'Give me half a million,
and we will cry quits' If we dined
together casual, one, two, six of
us, he invariably managed to get
hold of the bill and pay it.
"This trick of his, of course, be-
came familiar, and we seldom asked
him to dinner unless we had ar-
ranged the matter beforehand with
the powers that be. When he dis-
covered that fact he would say:
0Oh, this is a duke's affair. All right,
I expect to be treated as in a ducal
mansion.' It was the same with
cabs and trains. He was a large,
stout mas4 but he had a curious fac-
ulty of reaching the cabman's'hand
or the ticket office before the slim-
meet of u,
"H was a confirmed turf specu-
lato-a strange pursuit for a singer
of ongs and dreamer of dreams-
and it need hardly be mid he lost
far more than he gained, but when
he as smeesful-end occasionally
his winning were large-he always
managed to find a means of sharing
is ood fortune with those less
eged than himself. One of his
many methods of telling white lies
ws thb: 'How are you, X.? I
owe yo 0.' This is the inrst I
have heard of it,' would likely be
the reply. 'Oh, I took the liberty of
putting a sovereign on King Charles
for you, and he started at 20 to 1,'
and forthwith he handed over the
Words to Frese the Soul
"Your son has consumption. His cae Is
hopeless Them appalling words were spok-
en to (eo. Blevens, a leading merchant of
dringfeld, N. C., by two expert docton--
one a lung specialist. Then was shown the
wonderful power of Dr. Kiug's New Discov-
ry. "After three weeks' me," write Mr.
Bleven, "he wasas well as ever. I would
not take all the money in the world for what
it did for my boy." Infallible for couahs and
cold, its the rsaest, surest cure of desperate
lung diseases on earth. 50c and $1.00. Goar-
antee satisfaction. Trial bottle free. Banner
Drug Store.

Chlnoa Worship of Ancestore.
The one spiritual force that dom-
inates every class of society in Chi-
na is ancestor worship. In the Chi-
nese religion there is no other that
can take its place for a moment. A
man may or may not worship idols.
He may express his utter skeptic-
ism about them or profess belief in
them. No one cares what he
thinks. Let him, however, neglect
the worship of the dead and he is
looked upon and pointed to with
the bitterest scorn both by his own
relations and by his neighbors. The
worst taunt that the heathen can
hurl against the Christian, and the
one that stings him most, is the
sneering statement that he has no
ancestors.-New York Tribune.
Hoarseness in a child subject to croup is a
sure indication of the approach of the disease.
If Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is given at
once or even after the cough has appeared, it
will prevent the attack. Contains no poison.
Sold by all dealers.

The Eyes In Writing.
Many persons who think their
sight perfect have a greater visual
power in one eye than in the other.
With regard to the respective pow-
er of the right and left eyes, a well
known optician finds that a person
occupied in writing all day has, as
a rle, stronger vision in the left.
Writing with the right hand and
his left arm resting om the table,
his left eye is nearer his work, and

id ~6i~ ~k

landlord's daughter, a girl of four-
teen. Some of the men followed
her at a distance, and she went into
the yard and up to the ghost, flap-
ping its arms about, and discovered
a man's white shirt flapping on the
clothesline in a strong breeze.
That's about the way all ghosts turn

Feel languid. weak, run down? Headache?
Stomach "off"--Just a plain ease of lazy liver.
Burdock Blood Ritters tones up the stomach,
promotes digestion. purifies the blood.

Kinglake Storie.
Kirglake, the author of "E
then," was afflicted with gout, as
he had a fancy to try a lady doct
and wrote to one to ask if gout w
beyond her scope. She replii
"Dear sir, gout is not beyond
scope, but men are."
It was Kinglake who uttered o
of the neatest of mots on the peci
iar character of the Times. He h
little fondness for that journal,

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n wm-4 a- e we ser i
0 -A- wfet sof WN PO W
Wiah ua peIotie or tha oks
Ale a, who hid been ping i
the dae-oator's windows, ally e-
td msad a Mk to Ms paple a
wal paper.
"About what price" asked the
F cents a rolvl," Mid the m .
"My Wie won't pay ny more."
Wel," said the clerk, takiMs
don a rl, "here is something i
light color that"-
"Oh, no; that won't do. My wife
mys the children geht t colored
paper soiled too quickly.
'Here is sormethig in a darker
shade with"-
"That won't do at alL My wife
wouldn't like that because it makes
the room too dark."
"Here is a design in a medium
"I'm afraid not," said the man
nervously. "That has a small fig-
ure, and my wife says small figures
are always monotonous."
"Then how about this?" asked
the clerk wearily, "with the big
roses in it and the"-
"I'm sure that wouldn't suit my
wife," was the answer. "She thinks
the room is too small for large fig-
"We have a very pretty pattern
done in a conventionalized"-
"Oh, please don't say that!"
begged the man. "My wife told me
particularly not to get anything of
that kind. She thinks they are too
dead looking."
"In that case," said the clerk des-
perately, "we have the very thing
-medium background, with small
flowers sprinkled on it in neutral
colors, altogether a very"-
"I'm afraid that is hardly it,"
said the man, looking more worried
than ever. "My wife says flowers
on wall paper never loqk like any-
thing bat smudges."
"Say," said the clerk, rolling up
his stock, "you don't want wall pa-
per. You want a divorce."-New
York Herald.

Mrt women an troubled with kidney cor.
plaint, and you know very -ay serious and
even atdl dri rmlt frm them nMlected
kidney trouble. If you will take DeWitt's
Kidney and Bladder Pills directed you
be eondent of good eslto Try them
m ee how really good they are. Beware of
Imitations, pills that an intended to deceive
you. Sold by Banner Dr g Store.

A Sad Lt.
Gibbs (visiting)-What sort of
neighbors have you here?
Dibbe--A bad lot. There's a
blacksmith who's engaged in forg-
ing, a carpenter who's done some
counter fitting and a couple of fel-
lows next door who sell iron and
steel for a living.

Your cough annoys you. Keep on backing
and tearing the delicate membranes of your
throat if you want to be annoyed. But if you
want relief, want to be cured, take Chamber-
lain's Cough Remedy. 8old by all dealers.
Net Afraid of a heet.
In a village in England a man
went running into an inn at 9
o'clock at night and cried out that
there was a ghost in his back yard.
There were fourteen men in the
inn, and not one of them dared to
go home with the man and investi-
gate. There was a person who
dared, however, and that was the


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Capt. C. J. Schoonmaker represent
the SignalService Corps at Cocoa
The citizens of our town by public
subscription have purchased the
equipment, and the pole vas placed
on the hall on Thursday. Weathe
flags will notify the community oth
erwise the stars and stripes will grace
the pole. Long may it may wave
and may the cold signal be laid oi
the shelf.

It is in time of sudden mishap or accident
that Chamberlain's Liniment can be relied
upon to to take tplna of the family doctor.
who mcno always be found at the moment.
Then it is that Cbamberlaio'h Liniment is
never found wanting. In cae of sprai.
cuts, woud& amd bruises Chamberlain a Lin
iment take out the sorenwand drives away
the pain. Sold be all desers.


\ 5m e~aadbrolm
k h b9mee e day this week.
Mr. AL-~U ro, o Ge orGn
Swaist v ur ia town on Thursday.
DMs- o coming moth and the
retw of the travelers has also set
Lhe mLool w on rom the north
isloaed. Whee do they get all the
Mr. M.-Faina and Curley reached
* home lat week, water a pleasant isit
In Indiana.
TheBan Glie ball team played
Cooa lat Thursday but we failed to
get thesaore.
Mr. Frank Allen left for Arizona
on Tuesday. Mrs. Allen and the
baby will join him later.
Our stores are busy putting in new
stock, and we notice all the necemar
es for light housekeeping.
Mrs. A. M. Weson celebrated bhe
SSth birthday on Tuesday and reeilv
ed a number of remembrances.
The revival begins at the Metho
dist church on Sunday. Rev. Dr
Cecil. evangelist, will be in charge.
Cspt. ad MrnH. lseher and fam
fly and Mi Marguerite Dixon have
beer in Augta, Ga., this pwat week
The topi d the day sidewalk
Sand several are under way and con
trcts rave been given for the bal

Mr. m. Gould and son, Willard
reehed home on Tueday having
spat a delightful summer in Atlan
ta, Ga.
Mr. Cas. Morant spent last wee
with his family at City Point. He
is traveling for the Armour Co., of
The new potographer D. C. Can
field has been busy ani i.g hil
studio and will open for buine.
Oct. 1st.
We have had some rough weather
this week, but it cleared up with a
Regular nrther and every one is en
joying it.
Coeosand vicinity "beat the Dutch'
for windmills, viewed from the riv
er but the lenenines e fast
taking the windmill's plce.
Mrs. 8. Jones entertained a num
ber of young folks last Friday even
ng iin honor of Clarence Jones, Johr
Paterson and.Aubrey Chalker.
The officersof the Epworth Ieague
were installed Wednesday night al
prayer meeting at the Methodist
church for the eha*irat six months.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Morison anc
Gene, of Philadelphia, expect to be
in Cocoaearly this season. No place
like Cocoa during the cold weather
,The "Indian River," CaPt. H. Cas
*er'r large and speedy boat, is i
great convieiene to the Island peo
pie south of us. He makes regular
trips and gives anyone several houri
in town.
Theo. Travis reached home Sun-
day. Col. and Mrs. Travis, Mimi
Evelyn and Anita Travis and Mastei
Bob expect to be at home this week
They have all had a pleasant summer
at Demorest, Ga.
Mr. and Mrs. B. Snider, of Ger
mantown, N. Y., have a new auto
mobile which they will probably
bring south with them. They hav,
a pretty winter home on the rivei
road on Cocoa Heights.

School opens next week and the
little folks are happy as they look up
their books and pencils.
Mrs. Lily Sims and her mother,
Mrs. A. B. Carter, spent Tuesday
with Mrs. F. W. Munson.
Mr. S. Singleton returned to Eau
Gallie Tuesday after finishing his job
at the point. Work on the Banana
river dock is still going forward.
There is a good deal of talk about

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we to sbm t" b;ZT H.2 i alQft
-dow. Wo. mlda *nRlllldloll U
be will eotires to paka '
Thb weather the Wpt few dlays O ur 2W _as
ar a aorm at e. The river Athuim Cap-- -al, ps ese .. IF
is wey igh and a heavy northwest Li-SS-. .
blow just now would do good deal of A
damage to our rhi ifro Tet. The INE
wind hn been uxhero, bwevers.ENI
and the air cool sd delidous.
Ga., lat Tuesday wherehe will viit Iexchan- bou.t d sold on al foUds c0Mm1ntrm.
with her sister tmtil the rest of her. ap~Cd, prpt service poettn rUt, t and evM
family return to Georgia. We shall co gt wth eon rrvati bk~lg mt oed
mis her bright face from among our ooBRUePOWDwrM8-Z-pi Tri Compoay, a BamW, New TrTk I; The At-
young people, especially will she be Ismo Wetsa k of _J=ekU jsmvlln, ou dd

L dim96 Lpg L SwiS-
'aJtsm ov-bKb k to a a

ti fd ew i b n r Pa b t ad

Mas. As e Httar ADIm lm w**
S uemedW ftmr n her mrent Mi a
.teLtdsbl bsmto bodtat p in a
S'rw dms wlaMr.AD et, be to
Imae fo Aiamoms.
V RIt jopoaed oby county
to awdst the old county road be-
Stwon City Point statiand harpm
at ohitat the handling oUrit to
the oatnral modatom ptngr hou
S Mr. T. A. Robion mand om, ae-
Scompanid by her father, Mr. Sharp,
arrived home Sunday to the great
I tfaction of her huahand. Mrs.
; Robinson spent the summer at her
old home in Tennessee.
SOwing to the largeamount of fruit
Pledged to the City Point Citrus
Growers' association, the directors
have found it necessary to materially
Sinrease the size of the new packing
house, giving it a capacity for hand-
ling two cars a day. Last week Mr.
SCremon visited the large packing
House of Chase & Co., at Sanford,
Son of the beat equipped in the state,
* getting many valuable suggestions
a to the latest and most approved
* methods, which will be adopted here
slightly Oord With now
Whb youe tat kid of weather forec
* kIwo that W MMir wtherl at d.
C t r se d f b y arettin a botia f
BD ala4'ssaow Luislt. Finest thing dade
fw rbeoumtim, chilblain. frh, b.r mre
mMd tiff Joints ad muscle.1 all che a
pa me,80e and l.00o. Sold byall drug-

A. S. Humphrys has his launch
' well under way.
Sam Sanders was a visitor in town
on day last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sweeney were
I callers in town Saturday.
S Jas. Cannatta has gone north for a
few days' stay, business calling him
- away.
SMr. and Mrs. S. J. Field and Mrs.
5 E. Madison spent Saturday evening
with Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Jeffords.
SE. Madison has placed an artistic
- sign in front of Field & Schuyler's
store showing his handiwork at sign
'painting, etc.
Capt. Bart Field was busy Satur-
Sday hauling lighter loads of lumber
- up to Dr. Glover's place. He has his
. dock extended out 1,700 feet and will
a build a boathouse 30x57 feet.
Merritt Island is about thirty miles
e long and five miles wide at the north
t end, running to a point at the south.
Courtenay is the most northern set-
I tlement on the island and is the term-
inus of the mail route from Cocoa.
- The people at Courtenay are pros-
. perous and well-to-do, having the
* most beautiful groves on the island.
' South of Courtenay is Indianola, sit-
r uated on the west bank of the island
s with high bluffs, beautiful residences
and lovely orange groves. More
*I money is represented at Indianola
Than at any other place on Merritts
. Island. Indianola also has a nice
r church, school and social club with


Mrs. C. C. Houston, Mrs. Christain, ALLENHURST, FLA. Mrs. E. B. Taylor; Piano solo. Miss

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mimeed in Sunday school. Her moth-
er and brother accompanied her to

Miss Mary Alien narrowly escaped
steppi.w on a small rattler, one day
this week. She came out of the
kitchen door and down the steps justA R D W
as his snakeship was going leisurely d a-___ "
by toward the ridge. Though a deal
startled, she tried to kill him but he Ja. Pritchard & Son
got away. This is the first rattler .
seen here on the front for a long
time. Handle the Finest Lines of
A ;aqueH edShelftHar
pread ber you would do no d Heavy and Shelf Hardware
you couldn't eat What good can food do a- ---- -
child wheUo m t a iteaten iust'ssto ait i i -
i atn by worms. Thaes the r yo r er Sk of
baby is tbilin, crmw psed i Guns and Sporting Goods
Give it Whites Cream Vermife. It will _
epge the worms and set as a tonic for the u s and Sporting Goods
8old by all drugg et.
Vp Before the a is complete at all times
N. H. Brown, an attorney,of Pittsfield, V,--
writes "We have mad Dr.l Kin's Now Life -
Pills for years and nd them a c oodh P in
family medicine we wouldn't be without i n s
them. For chillscostpation,our Specialtiesbilosess
ick headache they work wouders, 2c. Ban- one of our Specialties
er Drug More.
UBAU tYA TT I Quotations for large or mall orders will
T. J. Shave spent last week in be given personal attention. Mail Orders
Jacksonvie on business, solicited and promptly filled
C. T. Me-rimmon, of Miami, was ited and promptly fil
in town on business Tuesday.
A. P. Edge, of Fort Pierce, was a
visitor in town a few days this week.
The Guild was entertained at the
home of Mrs. R. S. Snell on Wednes- L BRADY & BRO.
day. E. L BRADY & BRO.
Mrs. Carl Powell, of Melbourne, Groceries,,ay, Grain and all Food Products
spent last week with Mrs. T. J. U a
Shave. We handle produce of all kids W are agents for apes' Fertlier. We deal exclively
Services both morning and even- in the above line of goods and solicit the trade of all consumers. Write as for pries on
i ng at the Batist hrh on Snda Gratn and all Groceries, delivered at your station. E L BRADY A BRO.. TITrmrus .s
ing at the Baptist church on Sunday
by Rev. Thiot. D. H. PELL IDr. J. C. SPELL. egistered Pharumst
Mrs. Montgomery, of Melbourne BANNERR
Beach, was in town Saturday, a guest BANNER DRUG STORE
of Mrs. E. E. Macy.
The Ladies' Aid Society will meet "TI'ta mv lle, XPloWrdla
next Wednesday afternoon at the Fancy and Toilet Articles, Perfumery, Stationery
home of Mrs. R. F. Whitehurst. Soda Water, Ice Cream, Fresh Drugs, Chemicals
A party was given Warren Math- Mail orders solicited and promptly filled. Will order anything we
ers on Tuesday evening in honor of haven't in stock
21st birthday by the young people.
The baseball team of this place John L. Van De Vee W. H. Ford
went down to Fort Pierce on Thurs-
day to play ball at that place. They TITUSVILLE ICE CO.
went on Capt. Casper's boat, Indian
River. Pure Ice Manufactured front Distilled Water
Mrs. J. F. Farley, of Malabar, Prompt Deliveries Made to all Shipping Points on the Florida East Coast
spent Wednesday with her daughter,
Mrs. R. S. Snell. Mrs. Farley is THE NEW FORD MODEL "T" AT $825.0
very much improved from her sum-
mer spent in Maine.
Mrs. S. E. Barbour and Mrs. A. F.
Friend arrived Tuesday in a private
car from Verona, N. Y., and are
pleasantly settled in their winter
home, "Walden Cottage."
Mrs. West arrived Saturday after
a two months' visit in Jacksonville
and points in Georgia. Her daugh-
ter Mrs. Caraneas and baby, accom-
panied her for a few weeks' visit. -G
Rev. H. G. Porter, district super-
intendent of the Eau Gallie district is the biggest value for the money ever offered in a car
of the M. E. church, will arrive is the biggest value for the money ever offered n a car
Saturday and will hold quarterly Practical demonstration of Ford car and full particulars
as to the new styles and models given at any time by
meeting Saturday and will preach E. B. WAGER, Titusville, Agent for the Ford Cars.
both morning and evening at St.
Pauls M. E. church. ND I N PA
On Oct. 7th the Recreation Club A I V ER C MN
will give an entertainment in the hall S and Groceries
of Hotel Inn. The programme is as Deaers in Staple and Fancy groceries
follows: Piano solo, Miss Canova; -- -at Competitive Prices..._
song, quartette, Miss Ellen Mathers, GASOLINE, CYLINDER OIL, CUP GPRASPA, ETC.




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an up-to-date store, run by two
- young men who have branched out
for themselves.
e Chamlwrlain's-Cough Remedy has become
r famous for its cures of coughs, colds. croulp
and ifluensa. Try it when in need. It
cnnt;ana no harmful sutbtance and always
B gives prompt relief. Sold by all dealers.
S "I suffered habitually from constiptipation.
C Dean's Regulets relieved and stretgtheuted
e the bowels, so that they have b*een regular
d ever since"-A. E. Davis. grocer, Sulphur
r priugs, Tez.

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