The Florida star ( July 17, 1908 )


Material Information

The Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Physical Description:
S.W. Harmon
Place of Publication:
Titusville Fla
Creation Date:
July 17, 1908


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
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).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier:
aleph - 002071719
oclc - 34175599
notis - AKR0018
lccn - sn 96027111
System ID:

Related Items

Preceded by:
Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by:
Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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NOot IOS OIWS'064 All hZt fO 'tl. qoo4 of OtIr., lseo.

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UM6 baby, of At-
Tom or puentp.

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hrrbo o -

i~bc Gmok and dausbter
mIa a fa dewdoya

ar.L L 0d a atArmed iL stst_
m b-lo Atba Mn.e Sad

MR=s Ki Ia a Mm Joe
W. CrOv d doter, KM-
la afroem as j etrip tol
WHe M, woe they vhited with
Bahr mB.Stor*

nlm e me saleftr
i's-tin. Our "New Proes"
mm kjw a mlad. dsIo harInm-a

fr A.O invapl .lds-it-s

are peope from long di
nMo.-I n tMat ..lLs of
to yuDar appara te a rn t
~lltIi to sendthe mnumeralt

o your ase arne adre dem buh
laes eleaaW lhaplrce as

UW6 or H. Y. Stillman
tor ppearae t aod enjoyment
sa w o ret teeth. Se to hismat

TSe new.
r boa Jouralts beach cor-

1 Mw amliw dwasteamorl
baswdeant any trihat Mr. the. T
et the ekarid climates otie ppdee
ung future tiaM Mr. Mrmi and
S a agotiated for quite a lot the
phoe, Mr. GP i of H. Y. StDlhan,

Rrto 1=0ex thpct is reoecr his
mot n boat rEptton for ae worked
blad be is oday and waa turned
- that afternoon by the builder,
Kr. Ge. Gigras ofockledge. The
heat wan out on trial runs the first
of the week and ended antiipn-
With a 20-h. p. Sterling motor
h makes about 16 miles. Sheis36
set over ll and isquitea roomy
Craft, Later ona removable stand-
lig room camowpy top cabin will be
provided. Mr. Gigras spared no
effort to make this craft reflect his
well-knwn uautation for fine work
tad she is pronounced a beauty.

$2,2NA Ienurance Paid
Draft for $2250.00, to the order of
John Henry, tremurer, has been re-
eeived to pay the ir.uance on the
aheris home. The loss was paid
cah without a discount by the
South Department of the Phila-
dWlpha Underwriters and remitted
to their agent here, Mr. O. A. Stew-
Fhe Monday Offerlags of Men's
We will put on sale about 500 pairs
men's trouers in all the new and up-
to-date patterns,prices ranging fi om
Mena othing-blu e erge suits
worth $1800, special Monday only,
JuLus KLIum,
Titusville Fla.
S. Wood For Sale
m or eak, ay e Ith. Al. plv

Dfanamtagasnkimis prompt-
iti.vfilc, Fla.

TYou wa't look twice atyr three
4d8an ad af er you've looked
at thuAb t. Iti ths e best three
do and asWdrs wrth er offered
Ia shoe ibate
We ase Abbott dSaes became we
polig of this tore, vis* "Hiheest
o- value et lonmt poibme


Fine oti Hat, oes, Men's

TIrmovite, Florida.

Hc the Deed Reads
Shmpe, ha., July 18, 190.
aiorTme ?lhNsma SnAB
In simate of value of county
bu.ldi youur wdm is "aot count-
ma-s tbat the land wan deed-
ed the county for spedfic pe p
mad if tais is aot ceNmws it reverts
to r o How n this?
If ro, tht th bld_% o with it,
d eoure. PepectfuDy.
4 G. W. oLm .
For the info ati of our readers
md our car adat we publish
below the mdI of the deed a it
-ppem ofd regrd to e court hose
It sMo require a brainy lawyer and
hpe apBa e-ao of the supreme
courttoflhmly decide the question
pm omdd .y Dr. HobnIt and w e
a it fed He ea T to draw t s
owa -i4rr m.
We nerustaed hat oae of e Ti-
ta herlm (awell Tite, attrne
said oe ya rs o tone of the
mat pront ne ti ane sof dcon-
tat e oped the ourt hoase
would id -n d tfm Tibsrfle, an
in thrt -event d proper wealid
come bak to tm and they would
also come into poes n of al the
buildings upon e land.
This indenture mde this th22d day
of April, A. D., 11 between MyE.
Thu and Heary T. Tus, tof Titmville,
Brevard, Ca., Fla., parts of the first
part, and the county emmimasers of
BreardCo., .l., parties of the ecod
part: Witns th that the said parties
of te first part forand in csiderationo
of the sm of nme dollar, lawfl money
of the United States of Americato them
in and paid bythe id parties of the
second pat at or befe the amealin
ad defliery of these parents, the re-
eipt where i hereby ackloaWdged,
have grated, bargained sold and by

and their ucessors in ofiee, forever
all that pareal od o ad atuate in Ttus-
vie, Brevard Co., Fl, being part of
lot, see. 3, towanip S., R 3M E.,
described s follows: Bounded norther-
ly byPiet strt, easterly by Palm,
southerly by Pahetto street, westerly
by DeSoto street, and being block No.
5 as shown on the plan of Titsville
recorded in the clerk's offiee in Volusia
county, state of Ph., and it is further
stipulated by the grantors that this con-
veyance shall be conditioned upon the
location thereon of the court house of
Brevard Co., Fla., and such other build-
ings as the county commissioners shall
determine, and the erection of a suita-
ble fence around the above granted
land and the clearing and iaiproving of
the same after the location of the court
bouse aforesaid upon the above granted
land And the said parties of the first
part for themselves and their heirs the
above described premises to the said
parti of the second part do forever
warrant and defend against all persons
whomsoever. In witness whereof the
said parties of the first part have here-
untosettbeir hands and seals the day
and year first above written.
MARY E. Trrs,
HENY T. Trrus.
Signed, sealed and delivered in presence
of us: MILLs 0. BURNHAM,
Wn. S. Noawooo,
JAs. A. MCaCv.o.

If Florida Goes Dry

It will not help the man or woman
who has a craving tite for drink.
The desire must be removed. If you
have a friend or relative whom you
would like to sav from the drink or
t, write iainMeditealy for
til information to
THe KE~a Y lI.i sit rm.
Jacksonville, Fla.

ha tsis m rm o ams IN fr
The boardof public instructon
met Monday, July 6th, with full
board present.
The minutes of,- the last meeting
were read and approved.
Trea her's report for June was
found correct and redeemed war-
rants **-eullpd and filed.
The tax olector filed his rept
with the board, abshowing list of poll
taxes paid during the month of June,
1908, viz., 2 for 1906 and 6 for 1907.
ImiAi IL sUIII arT.
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a WWW6 obt4Irit F ~ u~rog-
K Q Advrnte, pdsindo Sum. dat.
Joh BHory. eonr m6. e-
Buwmd b, Ibfte bea"k, l.
John Heary. tpewr Pak
Joh na waib, mamp es P r J
IL3& Aid, pw dkiem a mlhu9go
0 & .gIb. pdi an dadimig
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The board made the estimate for
1906 and submittd the same to
the board of county a am imm.
The following aignment of teach-
ers for the 190840 scholasti year
was made:
LaGrange, Mrs. Eunice Scofield,
term 6 mos., salary $40 per month.
Shiloh, Mim Maymie L. Taylor,
term 6 mo., salary 35 per month.
Mime, Miss Nellie Schofield, term
6 mos., salary $35 per month.
Titusville, Prof. S. J. Overstreet,
principal, salary $100per mo.; Miss
Helen Miller, 1st ast., salary $60
per mo.; Miss Mabel Whitare, 2nd
aset., salary $55 per mo.; Miss Nellie
Geiger, 3rd sst, salary $60per mo.;
Miss Susie L. Teeter, primary, salar
$55 per mo. Term 8 months.
IDcnekes, Mr. H. Keith, term 6

Special Sae at Ili 's

MonDAY, JULYr 20,190.
adies' white wsh belted witheari
bodde and handsril embridmed
worth 50 etsi ial 29entseaeh.
Wdieswhiten adersirtswith wide
ounce of embroidery, worth $1,
Speiday L t each.
Also oe made of excellent quality
of loMndale with o~trid bher titc
, ial 99 cents.
'ginghams, good heavy qual-
ity, new and -date
really rood durt patte e
Scent per ya rd
ies'white sawilo ha, large u
todate dhapes, eda WM ents
saies' mbrellas,made of good
quality of oria and variety of
mhandlesl ai W cents each
Wite dot wis, worth 20mente

special 15 mnts per yard.
See'ial prices m novelty white
owds in stripes, e se and dts.
orders promptly filed on any
of the above goods.
Juuus Ku u, mTitusvlle.

Another Dwelh m lres d
Sunday nihtthe fire alarm wa
again heard and this time the dwel-
ling of Mrs. Caroline Brown, who
livs about a mile from town on the
county road north, wa burnt to the
ground. Anll the family were at
church and had had no fire in the
building as the kitehenis detaheed
some 20 feet and wa saved.
The origin of the Are is a mystery
and will probably remain so. The
building had four rooms on the
ground floor and two rooms upsta-i.
Nothing was saved and in the flames
were consmed many valuable and
highly pried family relish.
The building was occupied by Mrs.
Brown and her daughter, Mrs. Gru-
ber and family, who are now using
the Hanford cottage in town until a
new building is put up, aul*t-.p.u1
help for which has already been

The sympathy of the entire com-
munity goes out to those bereft of
their home in a twinkling as it were,
Mrs. Gruber and Mrs. Brown being
among the oldest residents in this

There was no insurance.

New Ice Factory
Messrs. J. N. Waller and W. P.
Giles have ordered a brand new 10-
ton ice plant which isexpected to ar-



Smiig Abut the *ph MT l
vll a TA CM cmaro
See price 0on lumber, page &8
EAXr COAhr LuuM &A SurLY.T C.
Mr. and M. W. Hindle quat

Mathers will comne on later.
M. Wltm went to PahB Bm
here, W. for a

Mr. A. dy epe to
for Boston et M ay to Ji
= md Mat ert ds
aP Mand e Mar Parkhurst s a

Mrs. M. E. Webber reeiavd oe
her inph P t m he Mrm
nly l a bright boy of 15 rwy
Te famly of Mr. J. L. -IIh-
m dto Sanf orWedmed o wI
pl Yttehebe4etosak wbbeh-a
parliTer ith them te be W-
of tir ammiyfrieds ere.
Mr. and Mrs. P. L Wright b
rmnldme. ofaLk Hmll, were v
in itmei reurM and ld' .
Mr. W. expectIto ship dabot -
bona of orange this witer.
Mr. PbilipTownend, thea ew-
ager of is the Tit-wvie
corrpesa nt for the T7mI.Ui
mdi- -rbep C Hmme to recive mamI
and personal itm for a puarIea
Cahl and me the beutiful huna ao
Queen Qality oxfords, in all the
latest styles, we eaU e-peal atte-
tion to te Brown Rusia 2 buttoe ,
Ooae top. Large hipment just a-

Mr. and Mrs. V. W. Bdred eme
call to Pine Level, Fla, on J
10th, by the death of Mrs. EldreP
mother. They will hbe accompanied
on their return by Mrs. I led's is
ter, who will make her home in l-
Mr. Ernest Amos, state auditor;
Rev. F. Ley; Seriff D S. Carl-
ton, of Fort Pierce; T L. Beckwith,
T. F. A. F. E. C. R'y, w ere o
the guests at Pahnhurst te th rt
the week. See'ad. of Palmhurat ho-
tel on page 5.
Mrs. G. M. Robbins has purchased
the fast runabout launch hull adver-
tised in THE SARa only last week. It
was owned by the editor and will
make a very handy, runabout with a
new Stover motor. So you see it pays
to advertise in TM SAR. -

mos., salary $35 per mo. rive and be in operation by the first Mr. Jake Mendel and family, of
Canaveral, Mr. J. T. Green, term 6 or middle of September. The plant Porto Rico, are enjoying a visit with,. is ~to be so .a-nged that the his mother and family. Miss Carrie
mo., salary 35. is to be so arranged that thecapacity endel has also returned home,
Cocoa, Prof. R. L. Moon, principal, can be incresacd with very little ad- cupanying them from Porto Rico,
salary $120 per mo.; Miss Agnes E. ditional expense or delay. where she has been for some time
Coughlin, 1st asst., salary $65 per j The site for the plant has not been past. Mrs. Mendel and the children
mo.; Miss Francis C. Arnold, 2nd fully decided upon yet, but will prob- will spend awhile in Daytona and
asst., salary $55 per mo.; Miss Clem- ably be south of W. E. Goldsmith'sTampa before returning.
entire Singleton, 3rd asnt., salary $55 or not far from the old extract plant. Screen cloth, yad or rol.
permo.; Miss Ada Comstock, 4th asst, Mr. Giles gives up his position with Insect powder, FRESH.
salary $50 per mo.; MissStella Mims, the Electric Light Co. the first of Columbia ad Ediso batteries.
primary, salary $60 per mo. Term 81 August to take charge of the new, FURNITURE, DRY GOODS, SHOES
months. plant. Refrigerators, water coolers.
.. .. .. .. ,Ice crean freezers, $1.85 up.
Georgiana, Miss Margaret Carter, For Sale C rus. A. GARDNER, h
term 6 mos., salary $40 per mo. Five-room cott e with ath ne Churc Notes
Lotus. Miss Eugenia Stewart, term Five-room cottage with bath, near Church Notes
Lotus. Miss Eugenia Stewart, term Indian River hotel. Apply to W. P. h
6 mos., salary $35 per mo. ; Giles. Rev. J. B. Hawk will hold services
Banyan, Miss Gertrude Stewart, --- -- at the Georgiana church Sunday,
term 6 mos., salary $40 per mo. Bargains in Trees July 19.
Eau Gallie, Prof. E. E.mMacey, Fine lot 2-year oldgrapefruitbuds Rev. Wm. Stors will preach on
Marsh seele and s-i, --j Sunday next at I aGrange at 11 a.
principal, salary $75 per mo.; Miss nMarsh m r seed m. and at Titusvi:e at 7:3) p. m.
Ruth Farley asst., salary $50 per mo.; J.c s e B0 peH, There will be 'nc-athing at the
Mrs. M. AMacey, primary, salary; West Palm Beach, FVa. Tslle Methodt church Sunday
Sper mo. Term 8 months. --_at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p. m. Your pres-
55 permo. Term 8 ence is appreciate
Melbourne, Miss Myrtle Allen, Orage Boxes ence is appreciate.
term 6 mos., salary $50 per mo. We can sell you Cummer orange Card of Thanks
Mala-ar, M"iss Gertrude Mendel, boxes at all points between East Shi- .o
Malab, Miss Gertrdloor Mims and W. Palm Beach,ex- We wish to thark the kind friends
term 6 months, salary $40 per mo. cept Cocoastation. and will be pleased who so generously came to our as-
Valkaria, Miss Clara M. Morse, to make quotations also on wraps, distance at the time and since the loss
term 6 mos., salary $35 per mo. and nails, of our home by fire last Sunday eve-
Grant, Miss Gussie Booth, term 6 EAsT COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY Co. ning. MRs. C. E. BROWN,
.-- -- - Mas. S. E. GRUBER AND FAMILY.

moa., salary $35 per mo. For Sale Cheap For Cash
Micco, Mr. N. G. Hall. term 6 mo. About 88 acres of good hih land on
salary $35 per month. the eastor ocean side o the f river
Letter from R. B. Holmes, relative at tI Narnaw desribd as follows:
nt No.ksetion 1, aimlotNo .3 see-
to fire insurance, read and filed for t M, M t=~ p msou th,range39
future reference. ;est. This lad is ampfoved but fine-
Letter from Mr. A. B. Carter, hl C For further particular ad-
Cat " a d E~ M. Low,
Ceatianed a ps a Brockton, Mass.

Orange and Grapefruit Trees
Grown at Shiloh, Fla., on high
hickory hammock. Free from white
fly. One year to two year old buds.
Prices from 25 to 35 cents. Careful-
ly packed and delivered at Oak Hill
station. J. W. GRims,
Shiloh Fla.


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and swam, -tr ever an b o
.he was missed and the Vae-
k bat hwk an bwa nir aurt
SNwasi Ka nt the a lt t Ad d
at b Ia st nr Meda
l ftabetlIs Se aCwe.

I t.e ae ak swat to su mmon Huhar

SAbo. A asrchofd the beat
'Wiwa thrby Capeat Wil 487I. h
ed to dimmor. He mwas et to be

am s, a& as son ma thtdis asemd the
at that the young an mast be ever-
- Ibrd the vesem t was pt i be and
it tetrak em her esurae.

a 1 tw the wheel, In wa case it
ce a tha tme. aaginee W e
wOuM have beam aB elo We picked
-Am uedpo a w ea ht 1, aftrw e had
-X isw minma dr early a hatr."

oid atre as bent ae coasu i lfon
T- e In the water di nmt eves mater-
stat weakest M m, ant he west o
ek tortly arftr he was res a ed.
@ad Wreak at Oeala
(Ocala 8tar.)
SSaturdar after a few minutes
abar 7 clockc, Mr. Mr. W. T. Mel-
v 's train was wrenake wMrle ear
the water tank l the northern part
a t mw, and whlec the auty loss
te the AJ C. L railway was consad-
eals everyea is happy that there

arred eS e or two minutes later ser-
eral pole must of a'eartainty have
met instant death, and most likely
alf of the twsty or thirty pasaenag
Ser would have bees killed ntright.
Mr. Mellvalse and Ls crew stopped
to pat some eight cars n the siding
cemoeg out with the engine, having
1L4 the three coachesb a the main
e a the tra wa appsed to be
clear at that time. hgineur Witter
wasu Jut starting to back up and
eauple nto the coa ees and come up
to the depot, when the crew heard a
train coming down the track at a
rapid rate, ad began shouting for
everyone to tumble of and the
passengers were not long in doing o.
The coaches were emptied in an in-
stant. One woman, a Mrs. Hays, with
her three children, only barely got off
when the crash came. TIh colliding
train proved to be three flat cars load-
ed with railroad inron. the worst and
most dreadful of all railroad rams.
and the coach in which the passeng-
ers had just escaped from was badly
demolished and almost every glass
and seat in it was broken.
Had the passengers been slow in
getting out of the coach many of
them would surely have been serious
ly hurt andl. as we stated, if the train
had been backing up. as it woulhi a
moment later, the c-alamnit: w-,ul.1
have been terribli. a. trhe irtn w',tl .
*imply have ri*i.l1- 1 rl-he eac s.
An Important Devision.
A decision that was :await**l sith
considerable interest in the cities an'l
towns of Florida. was renel'red by
Judge 'Wall. sitting in circuit court at
Tampa Monday. The city of Tampa
had Issued warrants against the
American National Bank and the Cos-
mopolitan Bank and Trust (Co.. Wall
& McKay; Citizens' Bank and Trust
Co, and Bank of Ybor ('ity, E. R.
Gunby; First National Bank, Spark.-
man & Carter; Exchange National
Bank, Peter O. Knight; City Savings
Bank, W. C. Bigger for non-payment

of the city occupation tax. There was
also a case originally made against
the Bank of Tampa. but immediately
upon being notified this bank paid the
tax, and was left off the list of those
placed under arrest for failure to pay
the tax. The basis of Judge Wall's
decision was that the national banks
are exempt from this special tax, al-
though the ordinance of the city might
provide that all "banks" be required
to pay the tax.

hm itching im-tatly. CUpre le. e-IC
m__t _re tttes, it e, hives. herps
-Me--Da'ss Ointment. At any drug
. I

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Iww escape f m a hribIMe death1 t l ku-ding unto
I1 w -ho0 d i i sight and
Stepping from the rummin board of Ae is usually be l Uf e i er-
Sa switch eglme bheraan *tg a ap etly healthy. w y beaMatifal
.*t.-* .-n. *.i.., jau st--- J, loa her ha" ad ctmsitu-
right switch, the impact thrpwirl tin remsowa aq lon. ti sbea iroa
to the track, sad partly under the he back. le, depei night, and
nsagina which was advaeacg slowly. how oon dos it take for wrinkles,
phe -%6 of te an cow's fee and dark circles to appear
The sder e th ea- in the faee? Her cheeks ws eror
struck his holdMer mad phed am milm he bean to -sBr from woman
frm the track and et o danger. weaknme ad the comaly recr-
But far this he woud have bea ra n ad drairm broht her
_IHwEy =hr the beautifal ae to the
Sover and hia fe crraed t. premat middle age. It was not
I aaineer HeUry Wagner, who was meant for women to suer so-it is
pioth the ease, saw M r. Ilnville de to our nano but civiied
Sfll and be O* methods of living, ad to the fact that
l, ad e oedakyso threw O many nglet those mall ills which
the power and stopped hs ealne. soon lead up to larger oes. Nothing
He raa back and fomd the man lylag so drag a woman down as tbose con-
aucomadou by the track. In t allag sal recrig periods when sbe
Suffs moe ard more fronm a cbromic
Mr. mvile'* head track th t trek con.ti' that can be eily cred. Ho
ald he was stued. He did not woman should take an c aom-
hnow how near he had bee to death. pod for that will disturb digetio
k n w no b md the food is quickly com ped ard
Dr. Arthur Beyer was called and he become hard and toah im contact
revived the man and had him take with alcohol, rendering the food in-
to hs home. Beyod some brue di tibe. She must to Natre for
.invile is all right, d hbea fw a wre frn.m wTe nae of ear
asm of his earaes to death lat called a marveloousy lci a medi-
ight. cinal plan "Squaw rootF -what the
The accident occurred in the of r d called C
board yards near the foot of Nebras- Coboeh, Seal, lady's Slipper,
ka avenue. ad uniorn root, are imponart
Ia edint of a wonderfully ccess-
A Nar cad in modest times, ms ely,
A Narro w Eap. Dr. PieSre's Favorite Prescriptio
In a practically ncnc m* ead-i IlHaving made a specialty of the dimma
to., with three severe ballet w as of women in the eary sxtie Dr. Piece
oon found that a glyceric extract of
n her bod y. Mrs. Lac Tartt ife of these root with Hdr or Golden
Cliord Touart, until recently a ret- Seal and lady's Slipper root, combined
dent of Perncos, lies at the point of i just the right proportions, made the
deh ** *- --.. ,- T vry beft ionic and cure for the SaN-
death at the residence of Bes Jernl- sicg compant r of women. Whe d
sing complaints of women. Whe.e
gas, jut across the Backwater River women suffered from b-ckehe weak-
from the big mfl of the StmnCafl- I, nervousness and lack of sleep, i
var Lumb er C at &a was usuallyr due to functional trouble.
SLmber Co at Bana_" The To t heforetis prescription directed at
lets were fred from a 8-clib re- the cause ee 98 per cent. of mel
Svolver in the hands o(f Cord Touartces. That is why Dr. Pierce soot
who, maddened by hi W is dter, form easily to be pro-
-...icued ove the United Stae.
iaatio to visit Peacola tor the par A in from head to foot-that is
pose of attending to some malor boa- she oitio,- that admits some women
is ater ad aftr dpte at ed priods-backaheli, diiness.
and pains almost unbearable. An bo-
a scufe, ran Into the home of Chas. ea and a ae remedy which no woman
A. StUnaom, his uncle, at whoe home can afford to lose the oplortnity of
Touart and his wife were stopp i for the care of these distssing
mt surdth we wera c iomtplam which weaken a woman's
ad cured the weapon with which tal i Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre-
the shooting was done.-Milton Cores- esription. Dr. Pierce not only amree
pondent to Penacola Journal. Io that his Favorite Prescnption" is
honestly made, but he lets you know
just what it contains.
RATS AS A WORLD MENACE. The best of medical authorities recom-
mend and extol the virtues of the above
Ingredients in 'Favorite Prescription."
Mai MsM Drv The Out oT s Thus F. Elllngwood. M. D., Profesor of
Drive, Says French Scientist Materia Medica, Bennett Medical Col-
Dr. A. Clmette, a PF ch sietiaLt. Chicago. says of Golden Seal: "It
is an important remedy In disorders of
la a recent number of La Revue du the womb. In all Utarrhal conditions.
Mole predicts that mankind will bave Of Lady's Slipper root he says: Exer-
to engage In a general warfare on ces special influence upon aervos co-
dition? depending upon disorders of the
rats befi- many more years elapse If female organs; relieves pain. etc." Prof.
the world is to continue to be habita- John King in the AMaMCAN DIrskma-
ble. He points out that the peril Tnav, saMs of Black Cohosh root: "This
eis a very aiv powerful and useful
omes from the migratory rat. whi remedy." Play a very
follows the march of men into every important part in diseases of women: in
dime. Rats of other breeds have been the painful conditions incident to woman-
known ever since man bean to keep hood. In dysmenorrhesIt it s surpasd
known ever since man began to y no other drug. being of greatest
records. The migratory or sewer rat utility i i rritative and conaetire con-
s first mentioned in 1620, when he editions "Its action is
was a native of Persia and East In- s"ow- but Its effects me permanent."
"For headache. whether congestive or
dia. He did not Invade Europe until from neuralgia or dysmenorrhea it to
the eighteenth century. promptly curative.
Professor Calmette says that the Ikr. John Fyfe. of Saugatuck. Conn.,
sewer rat did not a in A a Editor of the Department of Therpeu-
sewer rat did not appear in America tis in THu ELRcrIC RnVRsw Rays of Cni-
until 1~ G. As late as 1870 he had not corn root (Helonuias I~Mrp. one of the
yet reached the be;:dwaters of the chief imrlrediens of lr. Pierce's Favor-
Uisounri R iBy 1 he had gone up to ito Prescription: "A remedy which in-
sourL By 190I he had gone up to variably acts a% a uterine womb invlg-
the permanent k-e lbell. orator and always favors a condition
At present, the scientist continues. which makes for normal activity of the
entire' reproductive system, cannot fail
this oratory dent s destroying in of great uful and of the
the \est Indies. In the Aores and in lat.'Met importance uto the general prac-
the C'aie Verde Islands annually hun- titioner of medleine."
dIreds of thousands of dollars' worth "'I Helonia. we have a medicament
which more fully answ.-rs the above
(cf toffee, banana. sugar and orange purliposeshatr ay ter druq with Ul Mc
plazuatiicns. I *.na ,rcqwinted. In the treatment of
As a sample of what he a.-n do the dtie'ae Ipeculiar to women it is seldom
t,,a .a case is .e,-n which dthw- not
Sase of ::u ialnnd in thie estuary of the ;r'r,.-unt ssac indication for this reme
river Ilumriner is ,-i:ed. This island di.l ageu L-
onc-e kept in -oinldit :arol,;ld :alout ::.0(t) head of cattle. The Now the Lizard Hat.
I!::-.e was infested by nrts ffteen Of all the outlandish fashions which
years ago Tldar there is not enough the present season has ushered in the
verdture tou the island to nourish a wearing of lizard skin hats for the
rabbit, auto is the worst. The Idea makes one
Dr. ('amette sa.v within two ears creepy, yet those built aftdr the Paris
a single pair of rats will ordinarily model look very well. The lizard
multiply to 1..t. skins are mostly from South America.
Killing them there for the Paris mar-
Funeral For Part of a Finger. ket. where the lizard hats originated.
A futtier.l much out of the ordinary Is a profitable business.
was held in Littleton. Colo.. a few Lorgnette Parasol Fad of Hour.

days ago. when a full sized and quite Now comes the newest touch. and not
expensive coffin was used in which to from Paris. but from a New York con-
btry half of a man's finger and a piece cern. the lorgnette parasol. It is sim-
of his scalp not larger than a dollar, ply a parasol with an extra long han-
A hearse was used. and there were die. into whi.h fits a pair of eyeglasses.
pallbearers. The section of finger anMl b!ut the idea is susceptible of many va-
piece of scalp were all that could be rations. One recently made for a wo-
found of Luther Heckman. son of Mr. man of fashion, always among the
and Mrs. William Heckman. who was first to adopt new conceits. is of alu-
blown up at the recent explosion in minlkm rimmed with gold. Of course
the neutralizing house of the Du Pont thee will be dozens of silver and here
Powder company at Louver. and there one studded with stones.

The World's Beat Climate A Millionaire's Baby
attended by the highest priced baby specialist
as not entirely fire frm dier s, on thbe high could not he cured of stomach or bowel trou-
elevations fevers ptrvaiL while onm the lower ble any quicker or scorer than your baby if
levels malaria is encountered to a greater or you give t McGee's Baby Elixir. Coresdliar-
less etent, acrordiug to altitude. To over- rhaea, dysentery and all derange-ment of the
come climate affection. las-itude. malaria, stomach or towels. Price 2.5 cruts and .o
jaundice. bilionssnew, feverand ague. and men- cents. Sold by Banner Drug a.tore and Titum-
ral debility the most effective remedy is ville Pharmacy.
Electric Bitters. the gnst alternative and blood
purifier. the antidote for every form of bodily For a mild, easy action of the bowels a sin-
weakneas. a.,vOU. and isomnia. Sold gle dose of Doan'sRegnlets isenough. Treat-
nuder guarantee at the Banner Drug Store. me-t cures habitual constipati,.. 25 cent a
rice 9c box. Ask your druggist for them.


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ti r WEEK You won't look twice at your three In the Public Schools of Breiard for in Every Department AND PERSONALSSomething
dollars and half after you've lookedat
.' the Year MONDAY, JULY 20, 1908.
?" the Abbott. It is the best three Coming

t #, Pungent 'Notes Pertaining to Events dollar in shoe and leather.ahalf's worth ever offered I I The board of public instructionmet buckle Ladies'and white handsomely wash belts embroidered with pearl About the People of Titus- ;

.; :;; Transpiring,Abont Tom We sell Abbott shoes because we Monday, July 6th, with full worth 50 cents, special 29 cents each. yille as They Come and Go
know how well they represent the board present. ; Ladies'white underskirts with wide
ti Dr. Miller, Dentist, Titusville. policy of this store, viz: "Highest I The minutes off the last meetingwere flounce of embroidery, worth $1.50, See price on lumber, page 8. ;

Mr. M. M. Ramsey, of Georgiana, possible value at lowest possible read and approved.Treasurer's I I special $1.00 each. EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY Co.
spent a part of Saturday in town. price." I Also one made of excellent)] qualityof Mr. and Mrs. W. Hindle spent
report for June was
Mrs H. J. Egger and two daugh- WINSTON S. BRANNING lonsdale with tucks and hemstitching part of Tuesday in town. J
found and redeemed
correct war- special 99 cents.
of Miami
are spending
ii weeks,in Georgia and Alabama. HEADQUARTERS FOR rants cancelled and filed. Bates' ginghams, good heavy quality Mr. W. T. Mathers arrived home
: Fine Hats Men's The tax collector filed his new and up-to-date patterns, from his vacation Tuesday. Mrs. t
Clothing Shoes report
Mrs Walker and the baby, of At- specially good shirt patterns, special Mathers will come on later.
lanta, are visiting with her parents, Furnishings with the board, showing list of poll 12% cents per yard. Mrs. Fulton went to Pablo Beach

.Mr. and,Mrs. Frank Battle. Titusville, Florida. taxes paid during the month of June, Ladies' white sailor hats, large up- Tuesday after visiting her daughter .

:Com."'J.. Lorillard, Jr., bent the 908, viz., 2 for 1906 and 6 for 1907. to-date; shapes, special 98 cents each.Ladies' here, Mrs. W. P. Giles, for several ,
How the Deed Reads umbrellas, made of good
; sails on the Arrah Wanna Tuesday FINANCIAL CUMMABY. weeks. ,

,morning and left next day for Cocoa. Sharpes, Fla., July 13,1908.' Warrants outstanding last report_ $ 7,068.76 quality handles,of special gloria 98, endless cents each.variety of Mr. L. A. Brady expects to leave
M .___
Mr. L. Thursby, of Merritt, stopped Editor of THE FLOKIDA STAR isoued this meeting --- 410.77sms. White dotted swiss,worth 20 cents, for Boston next Monday to join Mrs.
... off in our town Tuesday on his In estimate of value of county : ; special 15 cents per yard. Brady and Master Parkhurst for a '

way to New York to spend the sum buildings your closing is"not counting Warrants paid in Jane________ 5,33643 Special prices in novelty white month or so.

mer.. the land." Warrants now outstanding______ -3,04305 goods, in stripes, checks and dots. Mrs. M. E. Webber received the ..
4r. Mrs. Wallace Crook and daughter, Rumor says that the land was deed- Total cash on nand?..-_--._._.- 353 92 Mail orders promptly filled on any sad news Tuesday of the drowning of
of Clifton, returned a few days ago ed the county for specific purposes, of the above goods. her nephew in Maine-her sister's
visit of of weeks in Deficit in funds_____'_.______. 2,687.13 JULIUS KLINE, Titusville. child
from of
only 15
a a couple and if this is not continuous it revertsto a bright boy years.

Jacksonville.. original grantors. How is this? ITEMIZED EXPENDITURES. I The family of Mr. J. L.Carruthers
\ If so, that the buildings go with it, County school fond. I Another Dwelling Burned
Mr.E. L. Brady returned last Sat moved to Sanford Wednesday, which
S. S. Jones for No. 103 f 7.65Titusville.livel'J'
of course. Respectfully, sup.
urday from Atlanta.Mrs.. Brady marl Sunday night the fire alarm was place they expect to make their home,

and little.Miss Lucile and Miss JoeBrady G. W. HOLMES. for No.6______stable_____hauling__________ 16.50 I again heard and this time the dwel- carrying with them the best wishesof
arrived yesterday. For the information of our readers their many friends here.
Cocoa & Kockg. News, pub. call for
ling of Mrs. Caroline Brown, who
Mrs.S. W. Carroll and sister, Miss and our correspondent we publish i bids_____,_.--------- 2.50 :Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Wright and
below the wording of the deed as it lives about a mile from town on the
Annie Hudson of Daytona returned children of Oak Hill
W.A.Hart, repairing tank No. 102. &20 were visiting
} '' lastSfireek from an enjoyable trip to appears of record to the court house Florida Star, printing__.._____ 6.40 county road north, was burnt to the in Titusville Monday and Tuesday.Mr. .

A I Gainesville, where they visited with square.It 1 2. C.Advocate printing finan. stat. 2.00 ground. All the family were at W. expects to ship about 3,000
tHeir mother. may require a brainy lawyer and John Henry, corn as co. treasurer 240.M church and had had no fire in the boxes of oranges this winter. ,
perhaps a decision of the
' The old fashioned ice is hard supreme Brevard Co.State bank,interest__ 12 38 the kitchen is detachedsome Mr. the
cream court to finally decide the question building as PhilipTownsend, new manager -
t on digestion. Our "New Process"'cream propounded by Dr. Holmes, and we John Henry typewrtg. min. for pub. 2.00 20 feet and was saved. of Palmhurst, is the Titusville
is predigested, and so harmless John B. Walker,salaf'1Bupt. for Jane 75.00E. correspondent for the Times-Union
leave it for the reader to draw his
The origin of the fire is a mysteryand
B. Arnold, diem and mileage 17.20
for children and invalids-Banner own inferences.We per and.will be pleased to receive news
Drug Store. G.S.Singleton per diem and mileage 12.20 will probably remain so. The. and personal items for publication.
understand that one of the Ti- ;
A.J.Carter per diem and mileage. 9.80 building had four the
rooms on
"Mr. and Mrs L. A. Gingras, of: tus heirs (Howell Titus, attorney]) W.:Milton refund poll taxes____.. 2.00 I Call and see the beautiful line of
.Rockledge, and three children left said some years ago to one of the I ground floor and two rooms upstairs. Queen Quality oxfords, in all the

H Wednesday,to spend the summer at most prominent citizens of this coun- Total $-110.77 Nothing was saved and in the flames latest styles, we call especial atten-

Saybrook, Conn., where it is hoped ty that he hoped the court house The board made the estimate for were consumed many valuable and tion to the Brown Russia 2 button

a change of climate. will improve, Mrs. in would that be'event moved the from property Titusville would, as 1908-09. and .submitted the same to highly prized family relics. Ooze top. Large shipment just ar- '
G's. health. rived at Branning's.Mr. '
come back to them and they would the board of county commissioners.The The building was occupied by Mrs.

Dr. Miller, our dentist, believes in also come into possession of all the following assignment of teachers Brown and her daughter, Mrs. Gru- and Mrs. V. W. Eldred were
keeping busy. His summer rates buildings the land. called to Pine Level, Fla., on July
upon for the 1908-09 scholastic ber and family, who are now using
are attracting people from long dis- 10th, by the death of Mrs. Eldred's '
tances. Nothing will add so much This indenture made this the 22nd day was made: the Hanford cottage in town until a mother. They will be accompaniedon

n,, to your appearance and enjoyment of April, A. D., 1881, between Mary E. LaGrange, Mrs. Eunice Schofield, new building is put up, substantial their return by Mrs. Eldred's sis-

.as well kept teeth. See to this mat- Titus and Henry T. Titus,of Titusville, term 6 mos., salary $40 per month. help for which has already been I ter, who will make her home in Ti-
ter Brevard Co. Fla. of the first tusville.
} now. parties
Shiloh, :Miss :Maymie L. Taylor, promised. .
The Daytona Journal's beach I part, and.the county commissioners of: term 6 mos., salary $35 per month. The sympathy of the entire com- Mr. Ernest Amos, state auditor; '
respondent says that Mr. cor-I Brevard Co., Fla.,parties of the second Rev. E. F. Ley; Sheriff D. S. Carl-
Mims Miss Nellie Schofield term munity out to those bereft of
and Witnesseth that the said goes I
Massey, son are part: partiesof ton, of Fort Pierce; T. L. Beckwith '
with the superior climate of the the first part for and consideration 6 mos., salary $35 per month. their home in a twinkling it were, T. F. A. F. E. C. R'y, were among

and are seriously considering beCom- of the sum of one dollar, lawful moneyof Titusville Prof. S. J. Overstreet, Mrs. Gruber and Mrs. Brown being the guests at Palmhurst the'' first of ,

ing future citizens. Mr. Massey and the United States of America to themin principal, salary $100 per mo.; Miss among the oldest residents in this the week. See'ad. of Palmhurst hotel ';

' .son have negotiated for a lot on the hand paid by the said parties of the Helen Miller, 1st asst., salary $60( section. on page 5. '
beach of H. Y. Stillman
property ,
upon which they expect to construct second part at or before the ensealingand per mo.; Miss Mabel Whitacre, 2nd There was no insurance. Mrs. G. M. Robbins has purchasedthe i

4 ,a hotel shortly. delivery of these presents, the receipt asst., salary $55 per mo.; Miss Nellie fast runabout launch hull adver- '4
whereof is hereby acknowledged, New Ice Factory tised in THE STAR only last week. It
The new Gingras-built semi-speed Geiger, 3rd asst., salary $50 per mo.; was owned by the editor and will
have and sold and
motor boat for E. B. Wager reached granted bargained by Miss Susie L. Teeter, primary, salary Messrs. J. N. Waller and W. P. make a very handy runabout with a

Titusville Sunday and was turned i these presents do bargain, grant, sell $55 per mo. Term 8 months. Giles have ordered a brand new 10- new Stover motor. So you see it pays '
the said of the second
over that afternoon by the builder, I parties part Beneckes, Mr. H. Keith, term 6 ton ice plant which expected to ar- to advertise in THE STAR."
and their in office foreverall
Mr.Geo.Gingras, of Rockledge. The successors ,
4 boat was out on trial runs the first that parcel of land situate in Titus- mos., salary $35 per mo. rive and be in operation by the first Mr. Jake Mendel and family, of
Fla. Canaveral Mr. J. T. Green term 6 or middle of September. The plant Porto Rico, are enjoying a visit with .
of the week and exceeded anticipa- ville, Brevard Co., being part of ,
his mother and Miss Carrie
tions: With a 20-h.p.Sterling motor lot 2, sec. 3, township 22 S., R. 35 E., mos., salary $35. is to be so arranged that the capacitycan Mendel has also family.returned home ac- ;

she makes about 15 miles. She is 35 described as follows: Bounded northerly Cocoa, Prof. R. L. Moon, principal be increased with very little ad- companying them from Porto Rico,

feet craft.over Later all on and a removable is quite a roomy standing by Pine street, easterly by Palm, salary $120 per mo.; Miss Agnes E. ditional expense or delay. where she has been for some time .
room canopy-top cabin will be southerly by Palmetto street, westerlyby Coughlin, 1st asst., salary $65 per The site for the plant has not been past. Mrs. Mendel and the children
DeSoto street, and being block No. fully decided yet but will probably will spend awhile in Daytona and
provided. Mr. Gingras spared no mo.; Miss Francis C. Arnold, 2nd upon -
effort to make" this craft reflect his: 15, as shown on the plan of TitusVille asst., salary $55 per mo.; Miss Clem- be south of W. E. Goldsmith's i Tampa before returning.
t. well-known reputation for fine work recorded in the clerk's office in Volusia I j
not far from the old extract plant.
entine Singleton,3rd asst., salary$55 I or Screen cloth, yard or rolL
of .
and she is pronounced a beauty. county, state Fla., and it is further
stipulated by the grantors that this con- per mo.;Miss Ada Comstock,4th asst, I Mr. Giles gives up position with Insect powder, FRESH.
Columbia and Edison batteries.
salary $50 per mo.; Miss Stella Mims, the Electric Light Co. the first of
$2,250.00 Insurance Paid veyance shall be conditioned upon the Globe-Wernicke book cases. tI
location thereon of the court house of primary, salary $60 per mo. Term 8;!' August to take charge of the new I FURNITURE, DRY GOODS, SHOES ;

Draft for $2250.00, to the order of Brevard Co., Fla., and such other buildings months. 1 i plant. Refrigerators, water coolers. .i.

r John Henry, treasurer, has been re- as the county commissioners shall Georgiana, Miss Margaret Carter,. I For Sale I CHAS.Ice cream A. GARDNER freezers, $1.85 up.Phone M2

ceived to pay the insurance on the determine, and the erection of a suita- term 6 mos., salary $40 per mo. j I with bath #!j I _____ t
I Five-room '
sheriff's home. The loss was paid ble fence around the above grantedland I Lotus, Miss Eugenia Stewart, term: Indian River cottage hotel. Apply to W.near P. :! Church Notes

cash without any discount by the and the clearing and improving of : 6 mos., salary $35 per mo. i Giles. !j Rev. J. B. Hawk will hold services i iI

Southern Department of the Phila- the same after the location of the court I Banyan, Miss Gertrude Stewart,, at the Georgiana church Sunday, '
delphia Underwriters and remitted house aforesaid upon the above granted I i Bargains in Trees July 19.
land. And the said of the first term 6 mos., salary $40 per mo. I Wm. Stones will preach on
to their agent here, Mr. 0. A. Stew- 1 Fine lot2-yearoldgrapefruitbuds,
Eau Gallie, Prof. E. E. Macey,
part for themselves and their heirs the Sunday next at LaGrange at 11 a.
: Marsh seedless and Standard, 30 11 11Rev.
art. above described premises to the said principal, salary $75 per mo.; Miss cents each $25.00 100. m., and at Titus\i"e!: at 7:30 p. m.
of the second do forever ; per There will be preaching at the
Fine Monday Offerings of Men's parties part Ruth Farley asst.,salary$50per mo.;:;; J. B. BEACH,
and defend all
warrant against persons Titusville! Method church Sunday ,
Clothing whomsoever. In witness whereof the Mrs. M. A..Macey, primary, salary West Palm Beach. Fla. at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p. m. Your pres- ..
+ We will put on sale about 500 pairsmen's said parties of the first part have here- $55 per mo. Term 8 months. i; ence is appreciatea.

trousers in all the new and up- unto settheir hands and seals the day Melbourne, Miss Myrtle Allen,, Orange Boxes -- -- -
to-date patterns,prices ranging from and year first above MARY written.E. Trrus, term 6 mos., salary $50 per mo. We can sell you Cummer orange Card of ThanksWe 1.
boxes at all between East Shi-
$150 to $5.00.Men's points
Malabar, Miss Gertrude Mendel, wish to thank the kind friends
clothing-blue serge suits Signed sealed and delivered in presence I loh or Mims and W. Palm Beach, except -
4 worth $18.00, special Monday only, of us: MILLS 0. BUBXHAM, I term 6 months, salary $40 per mo.. I Cocoa station,and will be pleased who so generously came to our as- '
$12.00. WM. S. NORWOOD, I Valkaria, Miss Clara M. Morse,, to make quotations also on wraps sistance at the time and since the loss *i
JULIUS KLINE, JAS. A. MCCRORY. and nails. of our home by fire last Sunday eve- ]
term 6 mos., salary $35 per mo.
Titusville Fla. i EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY Co. ning. MRS. C. E. BROWN,
I Grant, Miss Gussie Booth, term (; MRS. S. E. GRUBER AND FAMILY. ,
If Florida Goes Dry
: Wood For Sale : mos., salary $35 per mo. !* For Sale Cheap For Cash f.
It will not help the man or woman N. G. Hall term 6 ,. and Grapefruit Trees
Micco, mo Orange
Pine or oak, length. Also plow- land
any who has a craving appetite for drink. About 88 acres of good high on l
ing and harrowing. See or address J. The desire must be removed. If you salary $35 per month. the east or ocean side of the Indian rive Grown at Shiloh Fla., on high '
W. Jamison, Titusville, Fla.Draying have a friend or relative whom you I Letter from R. B. Holmes, relativ*> at the Narrows, described as follows: hickory hammock. Free from white
Lot No. 3, section 35, also lot No. 3, section -
a.; would like to save from the drink or to fire insurance, read and filed foi]" 36, in township 31 south, range Si ; fly. One year to two year old buds.
s drug habit, write immediately for i Prices from 25 to 35 cents. Carefully I
Drayingorhaulingofallkindsprompt- future reference. east. This land is unimproved but fine- '
: packed and delivered at Oak Hill
confidential information
to located. For further adJ
attended to. Meet all trains. ly particulars -
ly Letter from Mr. A. B. Carter
station. J. W. GRIFFIS
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i". *'\.-iS Jo';.:.......'t.:-'.>' x\a.' 'l?il? ,fr ordinary fell .to. the lot of Amos the Seaboard Air Line,_had a narrow -

d: s 3 Hulchard, a deck hand on the big escape from a horrible. death !

} {..* Friday night. '
J :;;. Stepping from the running board of she .

..''Z' overboard and swam for over an hour a switch engine he*ran against an upright .

before ,he was missed and the Van- switch the impact throwing himto just. ;

.7fMkt # dalia put back on her course in search the track, and partly under the inve to

a _,' of him. He was not the least bit discomposed engine, which was advancing slowly. bow :

by his long swim, and was The low cylinder of the big- engine in

i working at his post next day. struck his shoulder and pushed him until

y Hulchard belongs to St. Petersburg, from the track' and out of danger.But .
..; a ,: and Is about 18 years of age. for this he would have been run ring 1&l.

(....:- ; '. When the Vandalla was off Gad- over and his life crushed out. [ FINE

si sen's point, or practically well around Engineer Henry Wagner, who: was

BW it,the cook went to summons Hutch... pilotIng the engine, saw Mr. Linville I due :; J '

ard to dinner. He was not to .be fall, and he immediately threw off so -

found. A hasty search of the boat the power and stopped his engine.He soon

was ordered by Captain% Will McPherson ran back and found the man lying eo >

( and as soon as this disclosed the unconscious by the track. In fallingMr. 8uff
fact that the young man must be overboard LInville's head struck the track

'. the vessel was put back, and and he was stunned. He did not

took the back track on her course. know how near he had been to death. >
and :
,,4 An "I knew that he was an excellent Dr. Arthur Beyer was called and he >

a, s -. swimmer," declared Captain McPherson revived the man and had him takento with ;
,. r t : "Hence my action in immediately his home. Beyond some bruises a @
i putting back. I was afraid, Jnvllle is all right, and bears few times

f however, that he might have been signs of his nearness to death last

-' s struck by the wheel, in which case It night. cinal t tr

would.have. been all over. We picked The accident occurred in the Sea- ( )
him up near light 13, after he had board yards near the foot of Nebraska -

been swimming for nearly an hour. avenue. and ,

.Hulchard was making his way forth r ul 1

shore as best he could. His long A Narrow Escape.In Dr.

,, stay in the water did not even materially a practically unconscious condition .

b 4, +n weaken him, and he went to with three severe bullet woundsin of

s* work shortly after he was rescued. her body, Mrs. Lucy Touart wife of these oon

P sxz 1-st Clifford Touart, until recently a resident seal I

ri t Bad Wreck at Ocala: of Pensacola, lies at the point of in

: (Ocala Star.) death at the residence of Ben ,Jerni- sing very !

gan, just across the Blackwater'River ;
Saturday afternoon a few minutes '
from the big mills of the Stearns-Cul- ness,
after 7 o'clock, Mr. Mr. W. T. McII'value's was
) ver Lumber Co.. at Bagdad. The bullets -
{ train was wrecked while near
were fired from a 38-calibre the
revolver -
the ,water tank in the northern part
In the hands of Clifford Touart
of town, and while the property loss
who, maddened by his wife's determination put
to the A. C. L. railway was considerable *
'e to visit Pensacola for the purpose .
everyone Is happy that there
a of attending to some minor business the
was no loss of life nor even a. serious at '
matters, and after a dispute anda
x .' injury. Like hundreds of otheri and
.: scuffle, ran into the home. of Chas.A. eet
wrecks there was a great big "might
Stinson, his uncle, at whose home can
have been. Had the accident occurred :
Touart and his wife were stopping
- p one or two minutes later sev-
and secured the with which om\
:4 eral people must of certainty have weapon
the shooting was done.-Milton Cores.
met instant death, and most likely
pondent to Pensacola Journal. Son
t half of the twnety or thirty passengers

A would have been killed outright. jUt

r .. Mr. Mcllvaine and Lis crew stopped RATS AS A WORLD MENACE.Man .

to put some freight cars in the siding
) Must Drive Them Out or Be Thug
coming out with the engine, having
( Driven, Says French Scientist.
the three coaches on the main
? leftj lege.
Dr. A. Calmette, a French scientist
line as the track was supposed to be I Is
in a recent number of La Revue du the
clear at that time. Engineer Witter Moise predicts that mankind will have' Of

was Just starting to back up and to engage in a general warfare on des

7' couple onto the coaches and come up ras bef"** many more years elapse if .4'C' 1
the world is to continue to be habita- '
: ; to the depot, when the crew heard a
ble. He points out that the peril
s. .' train coming down the track at a Is a
comes from the migratory rat, which
rapid rate, and began shouting for
follows the march of men into every
everyone to tumble off and the i, clime. Hats of other breeds have been the

t'; passengers were not long in doing so. known ever since man began to keep bv

The coaches were emptied in an In- records. The migratory or sewer rat

stant. One woman, a Mrs. Hays, with Is first mentioned in 1C20, when he

her three children, only barely got off was a native of Persia and East India "slow

t He did not invade Europe until
when the crash came. The colliding
the eighteenth century
train proved to be three fiat cars load- )
; Professor Calmette says that the
ed with railroad iron, the worst and sewer rat did not appear in America tics

most dreadful of all railroad rams, until lSf"s late as 1S70 he had not corn

and the coach in which the passengers jet reached the headwaters of the ite '

had just escaped from was badly JIbourL By 1000 be had gone up to n : "-
demolished: and almost every glass the iiermanent ice ll{>lt. :

At the scientist continues
and seat in it was broken. f>
this migratory rodent Is destroying in
Had the passengers been slow in to I.
a.. the West Indies In the Azores and in i
getting out of the coach many o( the Cape Verde islands annually hundreds i

them would surely have been serious of tbousands of dollars worth I
s ly hurt and :u; we stated, if the train of coffee, banana, sugar and orange
N had been backing: up as it would a plantation I 1 I

/+ moment later, the calamity woulhave As a samj.le of what he can do the die.that' !
< of ?Hand in the of the
< a se an estuary
been terrible as the ?run woal : pry-
river Huinbrr is Mted This island dial
4 simply hate ri-i-llr-l hAn co3hrs'i .
once kept in condition r.Il the yea I !
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around about 3000 head of cattle. TLeph't.
Important Devisioi.A '
.' was infested by rots fifteen
A decision that was awdit*l with years aco Today there is not enough the I

f considerable interest: in the cities amti verdure ou the Warnl to nourish a I

i t towns of Florida, was rendered b rabbit t''

\ Judge Wall, sitting in circuit court at Dr. Calmette: says within two yearsa \ r t
single pair of rats will ordinarily t
The of
Tarawa Monday. city Tampa
a multiply to UKVl. "
11 ; had issued warrants against the ,

American National Dank and the Cos- Funeral For Part of a Finger.A i ket

raopolitan Bank and Trust Co" Wall funeral much out of the ordinarywas i Is a !
& McKay; Citizens Bank an.l Trus held in Littleton. Colo., a few I

Co.. and Bank of Ybor City, E. R. days ago when a full sized and quite t
I Gunby; First National Bank, Spark- expensive coffin was used' in which to :
i half of man's, and i
man & Carter; Exchange National bory a finger a pieceof ('
his scalp not larger; than a dollar. ply i
r 40 Back, Peter O. Knight; City Savings 'l \
t A hearse was used. and there were die.
Bank W. !
C. Bigger for
pallbearers The section of finer and but \) t :
the city occupation tax. There was piece of scalp were all that could be ', :

also a case originally made against found of Luther Heckman, son of Mr : : .

f the Bank of Tampa, but immediately and Mrs. William Heckman. who was (

t 1 t: upon being notified this bank paid the blown up at the recent explosion In :
l the neutralizing house of the Du Pont
i tax, and was left off the list of those
Powder company at Louvler
,..' placed under arrest for failure to pay

f .i r r I the tax. The basis of Judge Wall' The World's Best Climateis I Co.

; -: decision was that the national banks
'< not entirely free from disease,on the big .,
are exempt from this special tax, a elevations fevers prevail while on the lowe ble

k '. though the ordinance of the city might levels malaria is encountered to a greater you
less extent according to altitnde. To overcome -
provide that all "banks" be required climate affections. lasMtnde malaria,
to pay the tax. jaundice biliousness,fever and ague,and sen -
eral debility the most effective remedy is t
Electric Bitters, the alterative and blond
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< f"JJO'F.f About the same age as Mrs. Leavltt WOMAN SWIMMER'S
>t.t.I' 'DARING. Woman's '
:?l'N1..- .,r". "" .... ."... :. she looks no younger than the daugh BEST FOR THEBOWELS Cures .
; "
:C"t ". "'.-. ter of the We refer to that boon to weak .
commoner, but is the type Rides Hers Half Mils ,nervous, '
J : to Sea Amazing
?!' i :" .. : : of girl on whom trouble weighs light Crowds by Her suffering women known as 1h.1'lerce's
u. ExploitCrowds
h :. 4.
,., 'of' ly. She has all the hearted Favorite Prescription. .
Mrs: Leavitt gayety
.i',. ,; J..._ : and of every class now line the Dr. John Fyfe one of the Editorial Staff t
'iB-'":.... + within her own nature to get pleasureout If yon bvren't sro nlarbealtbymovement of the
iWJ ... i: 'J LongworthCo: : trasted of that her poveii every day,you're UI or will be. Heep you shore In front of the Octagon hotel at of THE ECLECTIC MEDICAL REVIEW says t J'J'of s
comes way, JOweU open and be well. Forte,In the shape of Sea N Unicorn root (Hewnlal Dioica) whichIs
"J'Jj1' ;;."( .- sail Dot; only to get it for herself but vtl_4 pajtU et pill imUoB,ii UacKcroB TIle Bright, J., where a few days one of the chief Ingredients of the "Fa '
s mootnett,
ewiett,mOlt perfect of keeping
;I :YOTH to extend It to others. the Howell clear and clean U to take way ago only the wealthy cared to loll. vorite Prescription: .

K"J VISITORS AT DENVER While at the White House before CANDYCATHARTIC From faro Long Branch and Asbury A remedy which InT ri bly acts M a uterIne s

; : her Mrs. Lbngworth Park on the south and from Invigorator makes for normal ac "
marriage used to Atlantic tirltr of the entire reproductive system.* '

\, .Marked amuse her girl friends immensely by Highlands on the north hundreds daily He continnes"lnHeloolasweha.esmedka- .
:f' '" Point of Difference Between doing acrobatic stunts for them after visit Sea Bright to ment which more fully answers the above ....
: the see unusual purposes than any other drug with vhich 1 anacquainted. .
fi /, Daughter of Mr. 'Bryan and dinner while waiting for the men to spectacle or Miss Caroline Kayton of In the treatment of diseases peculiar 1
; President to women it Is seldom that a case is
; : 'Roosevelt-Reached Con. finish their cordials and cigars in the Brooklyn go In bathing with her saddle seen which does not present some Indicationfor

j.1i: ventlon City Almost at Same Time dining room. Out In the middle of horse a coal black mare. this remedial agent. Dr. Fyfe further I i mifP
says: "The following are among the leading :
j "": "Mrs. S. Holmes I Detective.- the Door ane wouia go and do a start a Miss Kayton wears a plain black Indications for Ilekmias(Unicorn root). Pain I

f :' dance or a gymnastic feat such as putting bathing suit, the horse nothing but a or -aching to the Daek.wlthslentrorrhaa ; I
: Two '
: .young1 women whose presence her foot on the back of her neckor <-- bridle. Bareback atonic(weak)conditlof\of the reproductlr.
it"the EAT 'EM LIKE CANDY she rides into tbe organs of Xomtn. mentct depression and irritability. .

> ,, Democratic national convention some other equally difficult proposition Pleasant. Palatable,' Potent, Taste Good Do surf, while hundreds of spectators applaud ajssocUted witi)chronic disuses of 1
.' It and When the Good, Never SUlfn.Weaken or Gripe: 10. 25 and tbe reprod 'UTe organs of womencunstan\
.iftJ.::" grace beauty as well asa men, hearing the M tents per box. Write for free sample,and book. her daring and dangerous feat. sensation a! beat In the region of the kid Hk? 1
i Y measure of distinction happened to shrieks of laughter coming from the Jet on health. Address 433 Occasionally she is compelled to dig nejrs;merySrrhagls flooding),due to a weak
: reach Denver drawing would hasten in Sterling Remedy Comport Chicago or New York. her heels ened con ILlon of//tbe reproductive system; tf
;;. recently as chance room to Into the animal's sides for amenor r ressed or absent monthly ,

,;j-F- would have It, within ,; few minutes learn the cause, they would find Miss KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN the mare is still a little afraid of the p abnofSxAl eriod condition I l from of or the accompanying digestive organs an ..

k tf each other.' Alice sitting at the piano rattling off booming of the waves. and 4/xmlc ( thin blood ) habit: dragging -

: One the i coon song or chanson. Mrs. Once sensulons ia the extreme lower part of the
.:: gay through the surf, both rider

pos.elbWty a Longworth is quick as lightning at A NATIONAL!0 A "D A AOr. GEIII and horse seemingly enjoy their swim. abd more ea"If or Ices of the above symptoms i

' president they are the direct antithesis repartee. One night at a diplomatic Out they go. sometimes a half mile a "I' 1" n iTtvaiin'e" : f eft' -
Petu IJr. Fierce Javoriu? ,
r an a s '
of each other. From the west came reception at the White House she was from shore the mare keeping her nostrils r're' +cripnonroue ol tfie leaoing ingredlenuoiM&icti :: ,

t f. Mrs. Ruth Bryan Leavitt, primed for talking with a young German attache. just out of the water and :Miss Is Unicorn root,or HelonUs, ./ d

the sensation of. her life, the excitement Tlie diplomatist was resplendent in a Darlington's Warning as to Kayton bending low. so as to put as and the medical properties of which U i': > ,

"f of seeing the power of her distinguished gorgeous uniform his chest covered little weight as possible on the equine most faithfully represents. I'1J .
Of Golden Seal root another prominent .
father, William Jennings Bry- with decorations the significance of Cause of Heart Disease. swimmer. Being an expert horsewoman ingredient of "Favorite Prescriftlon.- J""

an, In the Democratic national which Miss Alice was inquiring into. she has little trouble In keeping Prof. Finley Ellingwood
conven- ..
tion. Out of the Naming them overhe pointed to one her seat nett Medical College, Chicago, says:
east for
a genuine "It Is an important remedy in disorders of
vacation and a good time, arrived Mrs. and said in his broken English, "Zatis MENTAL AND BODILY UNREST. When coming out of the surf, whichis the womb. In all catarrhal conditions *

Nicholas Longworth ze order of ze seven keeses. Quickas often high the horse is often swept and general enfeeblement It Is useful." ,'
formerly Alice. Prof. '
John M. Scudder, M. D.. I late of
RooseveltThe a flash she answered. "I'll give you backward by a receding wave. An angry Cincinnati, says of Golden Seal root: ,

trains on which the ten for It." But the German was nota Equanimity Need of the Times, Says snort gives vent to the mare's dis -la relation to Its general effects on tbe .

almost met at the Union women station traveled true sportsman and did not takeher Health Commissioner-Cardiac Disease approval. On reaching the beach Miss then system i such there general in no medirine unanimity in use about opinion which It \ i

but the distinguished visitors did not up.That. Mortality Increases, While That Kay ton dismounts, and a groom takes is all uniorrxatttf debilitated regarded state" as the tonic useful 1,

President Roosevelt's daughter was same evening Miss Roosevelt From Other Maladies Declines.. the horse to the stable. The daring Prof. R. lUrtholow, M. D.. of Jefferson ,

hurried in a special cab to an isolated retired to a corner of one of the White young woman then trips to the bathing Medical College says of Golden Seal : I
House drawing rooms and matched That the effect produced by nigh pavilion amid the applause of the Valuable In uterine hemorrhage mt'nor4
corner of the '
railroad yards to rh&gia flooding) and congestive dykmenorrbcea -
strung nervous tension induced
quarters with a officer. She by assembled crowd.SEAGOING.
t await the arrival of young (painful menstrual iont'
take her an automobile to won, leaving him with a triumphantface modern methods of social and business Dr.l' f>rce's Favorite Prescription faithfully l
away from the curious # all the above named ingredients
gaze competition must be regarded as a represents -
and back
of the The calling over her shoul- and the diseases for which .
masses. daughter of the causative factor in the production of SANITARIUM. cures ,
"Remember i'
commoner you owe me two dol- -- they are recommended.
stepped lightly from the =---
functional and ultimately organic cardiac
lars and a half. This shocked some
train unassisted and walked Ship For Invalids Undertaken i
briskly by ,
disease was tbe point made the j
good people but what's the difference 60 YEARS'
to a plain, everyday street car at the other day by Dr. Thomas Darlington Builders of Mauretania. ji
pray, between batching coins and play-
r nearest corner. In personal appearance ing bridge? commissioner of health of New York According to the Neue Frele Presse! .' 1

they are as unlike as It would be Like father, like son, is a saying as city at the twenty-fifth annual meeting of Vienna a company Is being formedto ei j

possible for two women to be, and in old of the American Climatological association provide a floating sanitarium for invalids
as the bills but It should be in this A ,
character, in training in ambition. "Instance which assembled at Boston likely to derive benefit from a
like sire, like daughter, for
there are no parallels. the eldest child of the president has under the presidency of Dr. Thomas D. sea voyage, but whose requirementsare Y
Mrs. Leavitt is taller than the not at all o ,
aver- Coieuin Augusta.. Ga. or only-imperfectly met '
been as he himself has always been, i
,.} age woman, slender, dark with the independent What she would do she "During: the early years of our na by a voyage on ordinary vessels. An DESIGNS

brownest of brown eyes and the man- does. tional:.".** said Dr. Darlington, phys English firm, builders of the Maure COPYRIGHTS Ac.

ners of a diplomat She Is without affectation She is crack klllat'Oru the rule and vsseptial in tania, have undertaken to build forXX,000 Anyone ending a sketch and description mu .
a shot as was proved Quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an
of manner has plenty of the ;; vessel ( for Invention U .
good iitiliuildiug of the country. but withit. specially designed probably patentabla. Commnnlea.tion
one day at Coney Island. After seeing
*strictly eoQndentUL Handbook
sense and Is a good talker. Her moth- everything that was to be luud in laud went the normal and invalids and devoted entirely to their sent free. Oldest acency for secuiEgMtenta.on Patents t
i er's gentle manner and her father's seen wholesome needs. Patents taken through Mann & Co. receive 4
shaking hands with some Filipinos conditious of living Imposed rpecial notice,without charge, la the L

a quickness of repartee have given her whom she had encountered at the St by the limitations of a young Whereas ordinary vessels are obliged Scientific American. p

both charm and wit. Apropos of this Louis exposition and having, as she country and the virile qualifications to follow a pre-established course and ,

gift a story Is told which states that inherent In the hardy settler. to take storm and sunshine as they A handsomely Ohiitrated weekl,.. I.rrwt dr- i
expressed It, "the time of her life, rotation of any cientifle Journal. Terms 13 a
Mrs. Leavitt had never regarded Mr. Mrs. Longworth (then Miss Roosevelt) "Then with the advent of what we may come, the floating sanitarium year: four months.II. Sold r

J" Bryan's political'' ambitions very .seri stopped at a Wild West shooting gallery are pleased to call the concomitant would go in search of good weather, MONH&Co.3618: ,New York Aft

ously. When he'was defeated for the seized a gun and hit the bullseye attributes of civilization came the age seek shelter from bad weather and Stanch Office. 825 V .Washington.D.C. I } i
presidency the first time she considered three times out of five. of social and mental unrest vast commercial consult solely the welfare of Its Invalid .r..' -

it a rather'good Joke. She was then opportunities and competition.We passengers. The ship Is to be
"Waal, Miss Roosevelt you can shoot The Mitl'aluable Sel of Yacht andSoatBuillinz -
twelve years old. Racing one day fora some," said the owner of the gallery. are paying our prices for our social designed to contain a swimming bath Book ever Published.

street car which she caught she announced -- **I knew your father out west" and material advancement hydrotherapentic institutes and a hall I RUDDERHOWTO

to a group of schoolgirl "Does he shoot any better than I "Out of 275.000 children' examined in for gymnastics and other exercises ilk

friends, who congratulated her on her do?" was the girl's laughing response. the public schools of New York city All cabins are to be constructed so as BOOKSOver

sprinting abilities "I'm a better run more than 70 per cent were found to to afford their occupants a maximumof 1
But the wild westerner was wise in 070 boats hive b: n built from the lines
_. ner than papa any time." However, in his generation and sidestepped the be suffering from some physical abnormality direct light and air. The Adriatic printed in these books Successfully wiled m

her father's second campaign she was question. -all handicapped at the very and in particular the Austrian Riviera every clime and upon every sea-Full detail '
drawing of all parts showing what it b and
more of a partisan. She attended the Mrs. Longworth is a first class horsewoman beginning of their life struggle-and and the Dalmatian coasts are how to mule it-Text extreme'simple..

Kansas City nominating convention, of these children nearly 3,500 had heart contemplated as the usual cruising
and a sleight of hand performer HOW TO BUILD A RACER FOR $50 .
'. and accompanied him on some of htour's. of than amateur disease in some form. There is a wide ground of the new vessel |fi to*-.. .!.....t hit,-" .1 14 l.niU.fumes ill b COnrpr
more ability. 'p, guuf tv km Uw tmaiin ia.
gulf between the three UV which were r
The Republican convention was also HOW TO BUILD A SKIPJACK
Ever since she was fifteen old In the Heavy, impure blood makes a muddy, pimply ,
years attended by Mrs. Longworth, who ha-1 taught country school fifty years complexion headache A En. ..*., ,... a"-.-.. t aI'DIlllin" ahovt bCtr
indiges ... ,
Mrs. Leavitt has contributed articles to and nausea Ile.h. -n- Lailt.iap or cw
such a lovely time at Chicago that she ago the extensive and overburdening tion. Thin blood makes you weak,pale sick ri,. i:lp."a.elpa tai a.l..ap4kdawra j i

her father's newspaper, the Commoner. went on to Denver impulsively to fol system of education now placed ly. Burdock Blood Bitters makes the blood HOW TO DUlL A RACING SLOOP =

Her writings afford evidence of maturity before the children. Economic conditions rich, red, pure-restores perfect health. Xoflt gpfMimlcl m a? mwhme ?.vr .....ilfJlO"l ; a priswmrrr
low up the excitement ia Viff, Ana w4 awtrjIU; toy to bald|awto {
of mind and rare power of reason Fond of a good time and eager for today are also bearing hard upon .,...IL "

their physical well being. Corn Eating Device. HOW TO BUILD A MOTOR LAUNCH i
gayety Mrs. Longworth smilingly said .
ing.According Simpl+ awl "..ihoww fcow 11
Y to her own statement it as she stepped from a special car: "Children acquire by subtle inference Americans fond of good eating enjoy bulllvrbwititaiui prartH) '.'Mr.. ..rr.-fal* other l roMtrKt plana a MM|

r was during & vaudeville performance '"I have no earthly interest In the the thought that the ultimate measure sinking the teeth deep in a steaming HOW TO BVILD A KNOCKABOUT r ru
. .. ...... ..
in a Denver playhouse .that Mrs. of gain is the acquisition of the 'ale ear of sweet corn. Yet for the A nn- .1& and ...- b a. send eabU; excvQuiualrr.
convention-that is, I mean I don't very,l...oha...>w.j|.ra.
,' Leavltt threw her hands and ex mighty dollar.' With such habit American taste is misunder
up care about the political phases of th a goal the HOW TO BUILD A SHOAL-DRAUGHTSLOOP

,''!..:. claimed to her girl companions: gathering but I love a crowd, and 110i'e race starts early in life and competition stood. In England a popular Idea prevails
"Pshaw, how perfectly foolish! I could is the relentless pacemaker. that field corn is generally eatenin
the and I love the
write a better sketch than that my- enthusiasm which a meeting of this "In this connection we must take account the United States, a thing the Englishman FaytfL.lide..r.rh! ';.trlpb'j.-ibeersnforabe f
f.., of lobegw wnLcaabrtxa>;.cry rbe.plyen..r gaup or,-at",
self. o'r. kind provokes. And I think too, that the modern tendency to overindulgence could not do without offend
'; It so happened that one of the girl I love Colorado." in athletic sports. It is well ing his national pride, and the French A nmftr dr..-npt A:on MOCEL of tow to build YACHT a uoM;alo liaai

fl companions rather liked the little skit Mrs. Longworth bails from a part of known that overactivity in this direction man considers the mode of eating i it 3l lull Bvd ia tad t
they had Just witnessed so she :said, the country where the women stand in with the physical strain resulting inartistic. However that may be, as $1. t

: .'1' bet you couldn't Ruth." The lat holy horror of the suggestion! of mark- from keenly contested games leaves everybody knows, the flavor remains PAPAI .y EXPRESS Asrarc.E EACH! j

ter, being the daughter of William Jennings Its imprint on the physical status of delicious when the corn Is properly
ballot She would
bag a possibly not Bonny in tlo'h-Gold Irtterini-Size of ,.
Bryan who doesn't take dares, bother to vote if the right of suffragewere the Immature or under developed youth. cooked. A new device for eating corn 9 by 12 inchci-Larje,ckul/.!rasa plans.pag

went home and rattled off a one act hers. Insurance companies consider athletes is in use at a well known American
:'i= playlet entitled "Mrs. S. Holmes, De poor risks and this attitude is well cafe. It is the invention of one of tb e CO. W
fr tective." BAN ON COLORED SHIRTS. grounded. It would seem that the medical proprietors. Jacques Bustanoby. A silver
for the is inserted in either end of S'rut. t. I Ruth evidently won the bet profession might well take cognizance :: prong *uc /jr.iH Library.

playlet has been on the boards of aNew of this matter to ascertain what the cob by a waiter, and the cob restsin
London Lancet Says a Man Who
York vaudeville house and the Wears Them Is a Sloven. bearing It has. if any. upon this question a sort of silver trough of soft but --

critics were kind and even indulgentto of the increase la the prevalence ter. By turning the cob several timesit
,,.. 0
.r: According to the London Lancet a 4EE _
It of and death rate from heart disease. Is evenly buttered without any in Ltd
wlr \H'arsIorl'd shirts Is a .
Mrs. Leavitt does not like to be man r .O! sloven. This fastidious medical journal 1
called a politician although she is has given to his profession its mnstor
also din-lares that colored handkerchiefs -
enough of the diplomat to be one. Shevotes word. and in it is held if not entirelyat 'Clubless Police.

\ as a great many Colorado women artan abomination. least partially: the solution of our The era of a "clubles cop" has ,
finds It convenient
"Whon a man to
but there never has been any difficulties.! dawned for Chicago. The Toledo Ideaad'ocated
do. "
wear colored shirts and cuffs, is the .
especial activity In time of campaign.It 'Equanimity U the uei-tl of the by the late Mayor Sam
medical journals lofty argument. "I t
-k. is tacitly understood! that Mr. Bryan tlai! and the need of tIe! pei'i'Ie.: Let Jones-that policemen in rp:1l1tythn.n he can dirt
has given"strict instructions to his means carry us teach it: let us live according; to its be armed with clubs and revolvers and : :< s'rtr'i'.liietx-c rown.
for a little louder without giving offense : ka I) i i nd 'i the repui; >
law. calmness of things of that sort Is tried ia y fro
out of partisan conflicts s mind and evenness being
keep ,,
daughter to than if he wore spotlessly white n' ns aastsudan! at :
and to be as inconspicuous as of purpose t'... may find the panacea Chicago.:; This applies however onlyto !i .' I:, tbtr.t< .

be.lrs.. Leavitt material. the world is seeking to combat the illsarfeuas the traffic squad of KO; men who. F- .'. rfry .... d \n. al OlIn 81".,' I i '.KI:
she consistently can "Material which do not compel constant :j".. .ij>?iI .. .rs. ". .u .. rut itiit i pl.1" '. II t-f
.. ofn Jane JeffersonDemocratic from mental and Yvh5scavm- tike Kew York's: cros&tns; SwaT&\aus: I I >n=rr-,]).,.at1 e rr eprl.' s, .'' r.''I .!<*
)s president I changes by Incoming offensive have f.r Hsiitin: ov r\:, n :.Sirs et C ,
club but while abroad and rest" really no use for police heavy HJ"-<* S+.ts. Jn'.lcaIML 'u all. "'enJ r"r n.
to the eye, if ever so slightly soiled
Colorado she absented herself artillery. D. M. FERRY i CO., Detroit, Mich.
in western 'are hound to be worn too long.; Again, .
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for months. Over Thirty-Five Years -.' I IIILLTHE
from Its
by wpnriag only religiously) clean linena
Twenty-Five Cents is the Price of
Instead of trading on the name other i man reduces the chances of pickinsup la ISM there was a gnat dt'al..r diarrhoea, Peace COUCH

father Mrs. Leavitt has battledfor had'ri\" dysentery and cholera infantnm. It was, at
individual distinction and has relegated this time that Chamlrljiin's Colic Cholera The terrible itching and smarting incideiitto AND CURE THE: LUNCS 4
certain skin diseases, is almost in.tantlyal1aYl'll
society to the background, while and DiArrhoea Remedy was first brought into by applying Chamberlain's: Nthe.PriN" .

she struggles: to find her paw In the It Beached the Spots I i use. It proved more successful than any 23 cents.; For sale by Titusville Tharniacy. -

general scheme of things. Long- E. Hnmphrey, who owns a lance ge p. J I other remedy or treatment sad has for thir- _n_ ___ WITH Dr1 King'sNew

;worth who has been called "PrincessAlice" eral store at Omega. O, and is president of i i i ty-five years maintained that record. FromI
the Ail County Trlvphone Co.. well
ms as as
the orientals, is or medium i I I a small begiunning its sale and use has extended :-
by of the Home Telephone {:o_ .f Pike county, j CASTORIA
height, plump, blond, with great animated O. says of Dr. King's New Discovery: "I It !i'! to every part of the United States and Discovery I

blue eyes and pretty ways. She >a\td my life once. At lead I think it di d.i j i 1' to many foreign countries. Nine druggist d For Infanta and Children.

Child of fortune, It seemed to reach the sp ,t-the very seat of!I out of ten will recommend it when theiropin- :&IUi.
is the pet pampered my rough-when e\'el.thing else failed." The Kind You Have f COUCHS l' .
|1 i Always Bought
not affected because she Is first of allan Dr. King's New Discovery not only ifaohes ; ion Is: asked although they have other midi Trial Setae flee

American girl, but a woman who the cough spot: it heals the sore sputa au
attention and expects It weak 8'iuts;i in throat. IHIHM and chest. Sold I!always I* depended upon, even in the most // GUARANTEEDSATI6FA
-, appreciates of her under s larantre at Bjniirr Drug Store. 3oe.1 j[ severe and dangerous eases. For sale ly Ti- Signature OB. MONEY
by virtue of being the daughter aud $1.00. Trial bottle free. I 1 toavillt Pharmacy. BEPUNDED.




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| :!? ..::THETLOREDA. STARe PROCEEDINGS THE to keep the county prisoners there ( An Hwwst ecerPerw06.

; ..1 '- e and'save expense of carrying themto .
Fort Pierce for safe keeping.
.Eateredatthepast; mceatTitua.Mien
A?f' .k. v "*" second-class mail matter. I! The board will pay rent for a house

tj rl5: The Brevard county commissioners for the jailer.
? ? "f> Bills 8..Water, EditorsadPubWher. The tax collector presented his list
met at the court house in Titusville,
s Y:K of discounts allowed on taxes collected
tr'4.. PUBLISHED MORNING J July 6 1908 at 2:00 m. Present :
EVERY FRIDAY p. during the months of Novemberand
#. R. A. Conkling,chairman; T.A.Rob
81.50 PER ANNUM December, 1907, tax assessment
I inson and T. J. Cockshutt J. R. Miot :
r rolls of 1907 and the collector is given
and J. M. Osban with A. A. Stewart
Furnished ,
bate 00'
''to Advertising credit for the following amounts:
} _. clerk J. P. Brown sheriff.
,, : Application?v ; ,
County revenue general fund_._.$ 74 31
The minutes of the last +iyrie(
meetingof Poll taxes____._*._____.____ 102 _
Bryan's Political Strength the board were read and approved. Spec. road fund Dist.No. 1 _..._.__ 2 28 I :1S

1 Democrats who arc'in doubt as to Notary bond of Catherine H. Stew- .. .. If U5_._...._ 258 '

Mr. Bryan's political strength woulddo art was approved.Tax The following vouchers were approved

well to pay some little attention Collector's list of poll taxes and warrants ordered to be

to'the signs of the times. collected for the year 1906 during drawn for same.

General Stewart L. Woodford, the month of June, 1908, amountingto GENERAL FUND

j who is a very prominent'leader in $2.00, was received. J. M. Osban, county commissioner__$ 1600J.

F the Republican party, is ,authority Tax collector's list of poll taxes R. Miot, county comm'r and mileage 24 80
collected for the 1907 during the B. A. Conkling N N 3360
for the statement that "never in his year
= life has he the Republican party month of June/1908, amounting to Robinson, 2200
i MYy. seen T.J.Cockshutt. 1760

.; r in that state so torn and divided, andS $6.00, was received. A. A. Stewart, accountant....__.__ 3000J. ;,

j, that if victory is wrested from the Tax collector's report of licenses P. Brown, waiting on board____ 4 00 ;

i S = Democrats after a panic, it will be collected during the month of June, A. A. Stewart, minutes for publication 5 00 > ) J

I the first accomplishment of its kind 1908, amounting to $7.00 for the A.A.Stewart, waiting on board, etc.__ 116 00

state and $4.75 for the county was John Henryvcom. as co. treasurer27016 by any political party. E. W.Hall, com as tax collector___ 518

; Here's the opinion of Mr. West, received. \V. S. Norwood, registration officer_.._ 15.)
the political editor of The Forum, The treasurer's report: with deposit j.- -". Brown, janitor..._...._.-.___ 5>>

and one of the shrewdest observers certificate attached, was received J.P. Brown, care of courthouse ground 30 00

; t it his and checked up and paid warrants Wm. )Maier painting sheriff's house,
in this country. He gives as jail, etc. _._____ -__._.__.._ 5142P.

opinion that "Mr. Bryan is stronger destroyed. J. Hall,work at jail ruins__.__._ 44 ) .bUlTlI.
; than he ever was before," and that Report of superintendent of poor J. P. Brown messages sent on account

c his chances are more promising than farm showing that he had sold produce of jail floe.-....-..__.-._._....... 2 < Robust Health Ruined. !
from said farm the Titusville Pharmacy, med. for prisnrs. 3 SYLVESTER E. SUITI.I'.oom
_. either of the former times he was during MR.
B. R. Wilson, medical services to" 2 Granite Block, St. Louis, Mo.,
+ S nominated.Mr. month of June, 1908, amounting to E. L. Brady & Bro., mdse. for jail.500 writes: "Peruna la the lust friend a

West is right in the political $51.31, was received. E. C. L. & S. Co., lime for jail_____ I sick man can ha\e.

center of the United States, and has Report of superintendent of roads Frederick Disinfectant Co, disinfctnt 35 "A few months ao I came here in a

good'reasons for his opinions. for dists. No. 2, 3, and 4, was re .B. J. Dunnam, supt. of co. borne, etc. 42 : I wretched condition. Exposure and
I tr: s ceived. i E. W. Dunn, cook at county home.... 10 dampness had ruined my once robu tlicalth.
y There is no excuse for despondent Wilson &; Toomer Fertilizer Co., fertilizer I I bad ca-

i may' Democrats throwing up their hands Bonds for carrying pistols were issued for county home..__.._...__ 13 The Sick tirrhal affections of

S Q and wanting to quit the fight, neither to M. J. Salano and T. T. Tin-. E. L. B.& Bro.. groceries for co. home 33 Man's friend. the bronrliiil tnb. ,
G. F. Duren meat for home. and for a time there
should they give the ticket lukewarm county 8
t dall.Report of sheriff to state auditorof J. B. Walker & (X mdse. for co.home 24 was a doubt as to ins recovery.
support just because they-cannot get
My good honest old Doctor: advised
H.O.Utley,medical service at co. home 4
% -"* their heart aroused into the cam fines imposed during the month of Titusville Pharmacy,med.for co. home 3 me to take P-runa, which I did and in

{ r.,.' paign. June, 1908,amounting to$782.72,was G. B. Johnson, guarding prisoners._ 6 a short time my h..:Mh began to improve
examined and found correct. very rapiJlj, the bronchial
Fred B. Wright, guarding prisoners__ 4
Statements CorrectedWe Reports of clerk of circuit court, J. N. Waller, team for conveying convicts trouble gradually di-appeared, and in

county judge and justice of the to Mims..__._._.... ....... 1 three months my htalth was folly re
wish to make correction of one peace stored.
TitusviUe Electric Light Co. lights. 17
'. ; > 'or two statements which appeared in Dist. No. 4, was received. E. C. Advocate, printing letterheadstor "Accept a grateful man's thanks for

e' the Cocoa News of yesterday; one to Bond of W. F. Ronald to carry rifle clerk's office____.::.._..___. 7 his restoration to perfect health."

'> the effect that the town of Cocoa has was approved and permit issued. The. Florida Star, pub. tax notice etc. 4

deposited with the tax collector an The tax collector presented his list 'S. recpts. for treas.of. j Tampa's cigar factories.-Tampa Tribe

of double and John Henry, appor. tax red....__.__ 12 une.
k ..a =Hk. amount considerably more than the errors, assessments E..M. Stokes, ferryman' ._..__ _._____ 5
i" = *|' cost of the coming special election. insolvencies for tax assessment of A. A. Stewart, making copies.of noticesof Boy's Life Saved

Jr It is not the amount we are question 1907 and the same was examined and meeting tax assessor_._..__...___ My little boy. four years old had a severe

! it :r' ing, but the disposition of the money found correct and the tax collector is A. A. Stewart, cert. copy of indictment 1 00's tUck of dysentery. We had two physicians:
both of them him
Q. L. ._.. gave up. We then Kate
i" f' Cocoa has paid in for poll taxes, allowed .credit for the followingamounts. Mandaville. telephone rent 7 him Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar
John Henry, making report to state rhoea Remedy which cured him and believe
which goes into the school fund and auditor ________________________ 25 that saved his life.-\\ilium H. stroliin .
1 cannot in any way go into the general County taxes__..____.____________$ 189.31 ROAD FUND Carbon Hill Ala. There is no doubt but this
Special road fond dtet. No. 1.________ 20 55 remedy saves the lives of many children each
fund to help defray election expenses. a' .. .5_____ 3.11 Dr. Wm. Whitfield, shell for road..__ 100 year. Give it with taster: oil according to the
.' plain printed directions and a cure is certain.
o We do not want any misapprehension Poll taxes______________________ 18400 ROAD FUND DIST. SO. 1. For sale by Titusville Pharmacy.

to arise that Cocoa is furnishing the Tax collector's list of poll taxes not Jas. Pritchard &. Son, tools_...__...__ 2

funds for holding election. That assessed but collected for the E. L. Brady & Bro., feed for mules__ 16 Notice of Special ElectionA

expense comes out of the general year J. C.Obban. team hire______________ 87 ;
1 fund and has to be paid by the taxI 1907 was received and the tax collector E. C. L& S.Co, corrugated iron___.__ 28 petition voters' of signed Brevard by one third Florida of the, registered

was charged with $100.T. John Glass, team hire ____.___._______ 134 ing for a change of the location county of the county pray.

I payers. J. Cockshutt will purchase one Alex Wadsworth road work_____...__ 30 ute, baring been presented at the regular
I The News also states that the petition pair of mules to work the C R. Hunt road work _______._____ 39 July meeting of the board of county ovmmis-
on county sioners It ordered that
; for the election had "consider F. E. Stone. feeding mules_.__________ : is an election be heldat
roads. the several precincts in Brevard oonnty.
! r-.; ably more than a majority of the : Ander Ellingwood, road work ._u____ 25It \ ( Florida, on Wednesday. August 19th. 19tM. for
voters of the Statement of school board was received 1' Geiger, driving team __u_______ 4 the location of such county site
qualified registered
j F and filed. Titosville Lumber Co. luaber______u 8 The election will be conducted in tbe usual
This is mistake. The manner prescribed by law boKliue
; \. ._ county. a W R. __ ___ general
The road running from sections 3 Morgan, driving team -- -- 20 elections in this state, except that tbt turns
: .- petition had a few names more than and 4 on Bartons avenue west to railroad Arthur trf.ley, driving team.._______ 26 of such election shall be made to the county
. the necessary one-third, and not a J. \V. Osban, road work, etc......_.__ 51 commissioners,or to the cJ'rt thereof and tie
, i is declared a public road. said board will tbet fifth
on day alter said .
;: majority stated. These small \V. E. Goldsmith, feed for males... 68
I- f as are The sheriff is instructed to have election publicly canvass the same; and the
t matters of course, but we believe in SPfcC. ROAD FUND DIST. XO. 1. I place receiving a majority of tbe number
the county jail cells painted. votes cast shall be the county atr of Brevard
t' ;/ the discussion of this important question E. W. Hall, com as Us collector_-___ 19 I county for ten years.
The appoin J. W. Osban
." Voters
participating in said election
our Cocoa contemporary should ROD FOND DIST NO. 2F. mat
I census enumerator for the fiscal be registered and have the same i4ahtictioaf
< confine himself to absolute facts. A year W. Mun on, feed'for: mules_______ 31 and requisites to voting as in general eke.
: ...: of the beginning July I, 1908. W. 11. Davis road work________. lions.
r majority registered votersr
The millage for tax levy for tax as- :Sherman laity, ** "* ____.u___ 29 At said election' the ballot used hall be a
: ,. would have hundred plain white of having
required over a sssm nt for 1908 for county purr I.. Whitfield, M ____Un__ printed on one piece side thereof paper ; -: wrrttaB or

: more names on_the_petition._ : .ms :vas fixed a* follows. Edd KudMll, ____u.___ --__Against removal of county site frees Ti.
Harkms! ** ct<%,______ tusville
Coroner's Jury Render Verdict General fund. 5 mills; school fund, 1 __.For removal of county site to -__h.
KOVIf WORK Dr-T. >O. 3. The following inspectors and clerks of eiec
7 mills' road fund :3 mills. -
' We, the undersigned jurors in the M Young dicing marl.________-____ 27 tion are hereby appointed to c *liKt said ;
; matter of a coroners inquest held P.tition of registered; voters praying A. libbers road work::_________--__, sa ( election Precinct in No.their respective precinct

; upon the body of one Ira French. for an election for removal '.V. Fulwood. digging marl ___________ 30 P. I* Kyur. henry (Grille. inspectors L. E;. Myera.; O. R I

(white) a county prisoner at the state county site was received and checkedup Will Brothers, digging nwrl._-__---- ( ( ) ianiner. clerk

convict camp at Mims, Brevard county with the registration books.A L.T. LipMtiniK, team hire___________ 3j f.Precinct W llaile,No W. Titusville.}'. Futch. IIH-. 1'.tors.J. HslL J. I* I
s, i 1 state of Florida, find that the T J.Shave & Co. etc------ 153 Wilson, clerk pet ..

c- said Ira French, being physically un- proposition with plans for rebuilding W. W. Bro hrs, :__.____u_ 44 : Precinct No 3-( tv Point B F. Real.
able to work in the manner of" con and putting in first class W. H. bharpe J_ I). Hatter. insprtt.tb.J. J
victs in said state convict camp, came condition the jail destroyed by fire Joyner clerk.Precinct .
Simon Jacobs digging marl ___ 12 ( Sn. Rocklcdge. J. P. Gwtper
to his death as a result: of exposure was submitted by Mr. L. R. Decker -- K. C. Johnson J. M Sanders,
f msfrtis
'or J. S. Stone, team hire _________ u___ ; Fred
1 to the sun and of a series of continued Fisher clcrlL.1.rt"Cind
convulsions. for the sum of $2,900. On motion Fee & Stewart Co., tools______--_____ 15 No. 5-liu Hslli.. P. A. MeMil

W. S. BALLOU, the proposition was received and filed E. U. L. &S. Co., tools-_____--__--_--_ Ian John Houston J. R. )"th(.... isslwdars: :
W. K. U"'SC'h. clerk
G. NOLLE, and in view of the fact that an election J.II.I '\ni'rdi inmarL-u.----._ 15" Precinct No Melbourne. tl. S.
T. J.Shave &: Cr, feed for mules ___ 107 SMIk.
R. W. BARROW, has already been ordered ken \V \\allaiv.. S. M. Martin
P. L. KYZER for a R.. W. Goude. marl____________________ I'. J. F Campbell clerV t.x. i
W. A. GREEN, vote on the question of changing the Rhodes Broh, team hire ________. Precinct No. '-CV. IMton.V. W a* .

TOM'BEVIL. county site the commissioners deemt J. O Nminons, road work..... 35 stock burn., F clerk.Precinct M. .'CIh>tot. iOtI"'tufo! ; FV. IVsa. ;

inadvisable to make any contractsfor N. E. Kitmurd, team hire---------- lit Xo.Orsnl Charles Chmtiao

1 T Weekly Weather Report. rebuilding, but that it is to the en- ROAD FIND DI> '. N0.4.Win. sou tors.John Adolph IVusou lten
JCPITEE. FLA., Jciy 14 19'18. tire counts interest that the exposed Cookley road work_..__-_.__ ._ I Precinct S,.. !>-Iltnyan U B. Ste wart.
r r Morton Williams road work_ _. 33 W. J. Kapin, l'. I.. Stewart, monitor; S .i
Comparative statement of temperature cells, worth thousands of dollars ---- -- (Mcen. ch'rk."rnillct .
)t'i '. and rainfall for the week ending l'nesdaT.lOOS \. N. Chilker, rock _______u____ .___ 9S No .
should be lt -(i''oTKiaiu. I' II.
1" 1007 properly protected from Samuel Peters rork______________. _n 30 felt Janice Tuttle, A. It. Tarter Witt-
'' z DATE UX. IIN. II\X. MIX. the elements pending the election. ('. H. l'r.v.wt i..l''rt.
'* to 73 W. F. BarnnRton.;: road work uu__ 33 clerk.Prreimt
: July 8 t411 8S 76
.- t .. 9 iP2 7 6 87 73 The sheriff is hereby directed to prop- Dan Robinson, rock .__..____Uh__ 32 T. : Na U 'Mcrritt. J. II s.1U&.

(. -.- .'. .". 10. 8S 72 89 76 erly have the same protected by a Wm. Swectwme, road work.____--___ 36 J. K?J Heed tn'!,' F." IIIHlIl'h), iRi't'C'k.n. ,
11. S3 73 M. H 0 ** ** ________ Xo
John M
to Morgan, u : --Ilaiilo\. J. W.
roof and other Un',
16. 87 74 878tt 70 protection.It .
:, B U Watton
T. K (Crook
M 17. 86 78 73 Horace Jones uu ; iU'I't'CCort; W .
':. "' :. s.... I 44 18. 87 74 83 75 was moved, seconded and car- Will Bines .. _uh__ Walton I'r ciuct rlcrk Xo 13.-umrral: -:

h r' Total rainfall for the week .27 inches. ried that the county pay $90.00 to- Peter Robinson, _. __Uh_ Lau Howar.1. liolmr5W.\' IB-
; :.- Departure rainfall for the week minus..87inches. wards repairing the town calaboose Abney & Abney, feed for mules------ 43 > M'ertow; N, N. p"Hiiy clerk
: I' ;. (Com Seal)
:. { Departure rainfall since Jan. Irt, minus. the town to pay the balance of such J. P. Parker, shoeing county mules 3 (bairman IU rd of C mnlrtte CONKUNS.
4 58 inches cost of such Henry Williams road work. 3 Ilrevart '.,unly. n\"I.It.
"'',. I repair the
;: H. P. HARDIJ county to Brevard County State bank. money ,\ t.
', Official Cbarge.L said amount for A. \.
.t; in pay repairs in order use l for road work.n 170 STEW\KT. ;'

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.S- "><,.- ASSIGNMENT OF TEACHERS Announcement for SenatorTo ROLLINS COLLEGE y

the Voters of the 13th Senatorial District
from page L
;JA.IR FLORID Fellow Citizens: I am a candidate Florida's: Oldest College L

; Georgians, relative to last warrantto for the senate and I stand for The college,Academy and School of Magic,Expression Fine Arts. ,Domestic and Indus-- -
'< -:.: : trial Art and BavloeM.
;liie:Towns' Miss Margaret Carter, read and CompactThe Carnegie Hall and third men's dormitory BOW rlaJC up; e1f11'tr1e light;steam and '
the .
if referred for political organization of society furnace beat;largo faculty perfect health condition;fine rymiuuiam, athletic field;. =E
t; .- :: '-' superintendent fur- tennis court,coif link; b..bal-.nd basket-ball teams champion of Florida this tyear.
:< t '
< 1i.the Pe Insuta ther consideration. never has, and never can satisfy nearly a quarter million dollar endowment; expenie* moderate; cbolanhlpeTallable. rr r
:.,.( 1 y:>?--,!,< "- J, .:: the demands of human nature. The Chrluiaa,but undenominational;stand for '"

,":'t."'Ii--.t.. _, z;.'" 11' <<;_, ..}",.,*'-'.. 'wwacola" bas ordered Letter from B. B. LaRoche, relative Compact is a new science which Character Culture Oondiaot
''' r ,s iew $ fe e e at,.a_cost of $5,000. to painting Courtenay school teaches the true organization of so
Next session begin October 7. For catalogue address the President, -
-F1' ,!'!iJt.J, to be zoned "Mallory"Astloek house, read and tabled. ciety. .I stand for The Compact be- +
'::f.A- ;.. cause it will satisfy the demands of S
Petition Wm. F.4BLACKMAN Ph. D. Winter a.rkFla.
from ,
the P. &
company T. C.
f'- with' a capital o! as- human nature perfectly. The prin- &

;. *":>- 1O000'ba. been Gaines- sociation, asking that Mr. Geo. F. ciples of The Compact are stated ina

..j". .vIf. for they building and'operating of Paddison be appointed supervisor small tract which I will send to any

.t a:;sanitarium.The,; : read, and Mr. Paddison was appointed one making the request. fvlfillflfi r
E : The declarations of the candidates
Hi members of the First Christian supervisor of Eau Gallic junior
before the late evidence
primaries are '
church at Jacksonville on Sunday last high school No. 22. of the maladjustment of our

G l raised $15,000 to pay off the debt on Bid of John Nettles for-supplying social relations. Every candidate INARDWAREJas.

<'- the church property. i ten cords of rock for Cocoa school advocated some needed reform. The

baseball I grounds rejected candidates and the people were di-
A stock company has been as being excessive.
vided. All were antagonistic. The
z organized in Lakeland, with $1,000 Petition from patrons of Bonaven- struggle for supremacy must continue -
s already subscribed'and more to come. ture; asking that school wagon go to while political organization lasts. Pritchard & Son .

; A first-class team will be put in the 25 mile post, read and the prayer of Under The Compact,which is society .

a field. the petition granted. organized for the purpose of satisfying *

The Jacksonville Clearing House Letter the demands of human nature Handle
from Mr. E. the Finest Lines of
.'V Verity requesting -
unity will take the place of discord -
(; Association has compiled figures that school boat route be extended
under the Compact the world
showing that the bank clearings in two miles below Heavy and Shelf Hardware .
Merritt was read, will turn to useful service the energy ,
i that city for the first, six months of discussed and request refused. now wasted in cruel conflict.I .

f' 1908 amount to $36,319,174.66. Mr. Singleton presented an estimate am not standing for an ideal, a

,,:' Several cases of hydrophobia hav- for material to be used for theory, or a hoary precedent, I am '
fences, etc., for Cocoa, No. 16. The standing for a scientific truth.: Our Stock of
ing developed Gainesville and vicinity -
superintendent was instructed to Every reader can know that The 1 '

the city authorities have issued give the bill for lumber to the Titus- Compact is a science. I am preparedto Guns and Sporting Goods .

I positive, orders that all dogs allowed ville Lumber Co. discuss the facts and the princi- f

outside of private premises, must be The bid of Mr. C. F. Redstone for ples of The Compact with anyone is complete at all times [

muzzled. doing the work and the bid of the who wishes to make an investigation.

East Coast Lumber & Supply Co. There are only three new facts:
The electors of Wed-
Daytona on for furnishing material for the ad- 1. The law of demand. .1 '
nesday last voted in favor of granting Paints and Oils of Quality
; dition to the Eau Gallic school were 2. The natural division of society. f j
\o Adam Schantz a twenty-year franchise accepted.Adjourned. 3. Organization for the purposeof f

for electric lights in Daytona. to meet the first Monday satisfying the demands of human one of our Specialties

The vote stood 54 yeas and 22 nays in August, 1908. nature. j.j j

with 9 ballots thrown out as being I I am not posing as a leader but I .

improperly marked. Notice to Teachers am teacher.necessarily in the position of a Quotations for large or small orders will i J

boast of advantages Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction be given personal attention. Mail Orders ;
Other towns can many of Brevard The man who votes for The Compact t'4i
County Titusville,
but none that will enhance Fla., Jul17,190& is not a supporter or follower, solicited and promptly filled .l. "

I' the value of property and the general The following is a list of text booksto he does not depend upon me, does

appearance of a place more than good be used as the basis of the September not need me. His vote means a de- TITUSVILLE ; '
> examination, 1908: mand for an industrial organizationof 1
. .
cement walks. Eustis can be proudof
Orthography-Reed's Word Lessons society which can and must satisfy '
. over three miles already laid and 25c.), Maynard, Merrill & Co., New all natural demand. A vote for .YmNmNm1mNMYM !

" likely an extra two more before win York. The Compact means that the voter
standard author will
ten-Eustis Lake Region. Reading-Any understands his rights and how to -- -- -' l

,The total fruit shipments from Composition-Maxwell and Smith's secure. them.
Writing in English (75c.), American I stand on this proposition:
Avon Park the past season reportedto Book Co, The Compact will satisfy the de- tT1 ihiiiieiI i

date, with two or three parties Arithmetic-Milne's Standard (65c.), mands of human nature perfectly.The .

yet to be heard from, is 6,366 boxes. American Book company, Atlanta, Ga. proposition requires study and

Those still to be heard from will bring English Grammar-Metcalf's (60c.), every statement of The Compact
, the amount to over 7,000 boxes of American Florida History-Brevard company. and Bennett's should be verified. Just opened under new management, everything brand new
Whether the assumption is that Elaborately furnished, spacious corridors, room an
I which about two thirds was grape- (60c.), American Book company, i
b and Fairbank's, H. & W. B. Drew Co., The Compact is false or that it is true outside one, ventilation, plumbing and lighting perfect
fruit-Wachulla Advocate.The Jacksonville, Fla. does not matter provided there follows -
plant and properties of the U. S. History-Field's Grammar a thorough investigation.The OTTISXRTEZ TaE:: BEST

School ($1)), American Book company.GeographyRedway's existence in the popular mindof of I
Pensacola Water Company passed 250 feet enclosed piazzas, one acre ornamental grounds ,
Natural Ad-
into the hands of the city on Wednesday vanced ($1.25)), American Book com- the idea that there is an foundation.enemy of surrounded by primeval palms, most conducive to solace,
the is not without
muni- people rest and recreation, accommodates 40, Palmhusrt porter i '
July 1st, marking the first any. But the real is political
Physiology-Coleman's Elements of enemy orga- meets all trains. Rates reasonable
ownership of public utilities by t
cipal ([90c.), The McMillan company,Atlanta, nization. ;
the municipality of Pensacola. The The notion that a king, a railroador I I. N, Johnston Proprietor Philip Townsend Manager
than is the is ,
S, deal involved $187,500. More Government-Yocum's Civil a corporation enemy, a :
Government of Florida and the United delusion.A ,
r $50,000 will be spent immediately for ---- ----- ---- ---- -
States ($1), _E. O. Painter company, broader knowledge will show t
extensions and improvements. DeLand, Florida.AlgebraMilne's. that all the ills of society must disap- Ford Model "S" Roadster. I
High School ($1),
I The total valuation of the exports American Book pear under the natural organizationof ,
the port of Pensacolafor company. society. Our ignorance, not the
through 1
Tarr's New
Physical Geography-
the fiscal year ending June 30th, ($1), The McMillan company Atlanta. laws of creation, has produced human -,Reaches the Acme of Achievement in Automobile Construction: :

is $20,328,609, exceeding the previous Theory and Practice For all grades misery. ADHEMAR BRADY. :

-Classroom Management, by Bagley ,
,,1 year by more than a million dollars. ($1.25)), The McMillan company. The city of Pensacola is now oper- '.' j
' Shipments of cotton, naval stores, These books may be had of most book .
lumber, phosphate and tobacco all dealers in the state, or from the pub- ating the water works plant, which it I I.' t

showed a decided increase. The June lishers by mail, postpaid, on receipt of acquired possession of on July 1, and : \
4 price. J. R. WALKER although the city's ownership of this' 'tIt!
exports amounted to $1,340,982. I Superintendent of Public Instruction.It "
public utility has extended only over
e ,
; Work is still progressing on the two days, indications point to a sat- tJ
will be
is said that provision
hard surface' road between Daytonaand isfactory and profitable service. The
made at Tallahassee for the paymentof
DeLand. It is expected that it I water and gas committee has adopted
the 15,000 appropriation for State
will Le completed by next winter. i new rules governing the plant which
Fair premiums, thus far held up be-
K\en now it is in good condition, an promise to obtain better results than
cause of the lack of funds in the State 'rl
automobile being able to make the the system under which the Pensacola
Treasury. This is a matter of In-
trip with ease between the two cities Water Company operated.: -Pensacola
terest to all those who won premiumsat 1
-_ i in about one hour and fifteen Journal.
the last Fair and who have been

minutes.-Daytona: Gazette-News. patiently waiting for the State to No other car at twice the price offers greater value to the buyer than !j '

"come across.-Tampa News. How'* ThliT is found in this latest creation of the Ford factory. A 15 h.p. 4-cyIinder .

EVER HAVE IT? We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for car of rakish design, capable of any speed from 3 to 45 miles an hour on ".J '* ,

Help for Those Who Have Stomach any case of catarrh that cannot be cured byHall's any kind of road without a change i in* the gear. .*

If You Have the Statement of This Trouble F.-J.Catarrh CH Cure.!;>E\& Co., Props.Toledo O. A car that incorporates many of the features of a $4,000 car, including -

Titusville Citizen Will Interest You After doctoring for about twelve years furs We the undersigned have known F.J.Cheney rumble seat, semi-enclosed body long sweeping fenders, protested .
bad stomach trouble and spending nearly five for the last 15 years and believe him per- running board, all at a price of $750 F. 0. B. Detroit, Michigan '
Ever have a "low-down" pain in hundred dollars for medicine and doctors sonally honorable in all business transactions

the back? fees I purchased my wife one box of Cham and financially able firm.WE."T to carry. out any obliga- INDIAN RIVER MUSIC HOUSE, TITUSVILLE, Handles the FORD CARS .
and Liver Tablets which tions made by their
the ? berlain's
In the "small" right over hips '
'" did her so much good that she continued to Catalogues giving full information sent on applicationFlorida's
backache.It's .
home Wholesale Toledo Ohio.
That's the use then and they have done her more good Druggists 1
caused by sick kidneys.That's than all of the medicine I bought liefore. WALDIV, Kiv 4jt& MARVIN, -- - ---- - -
Doan's Kidney Pills Samuel Dover. Folsom. Iowa. This medicineis Wholesale Druggists Toledo. Ohio.
why HaTs Catarrh ('ureistaken internally,a 'tin -
Titusville Pharmacy. Samplesfree.
for sale by Educational Institutions
cure it.Titusville. g directly upon the loud and mucous surfaces Higher
people endorse this of the system. Price, 75c. per ottle. .
,f Read a case of it: CITATION NOTICE I II I Sold Halls by aU Family drul1:21sts.Pills are Testimonials the est. free. The State College for Women

Mrs. C. W. Griggs, living in Titus COURT IN' AND FOR
! IX THE CIRCUIT (Florida Female College) University Of tbe StltC Of Florida
vine Fla., says: some BREYARD
4 prior to using Doan's Kidney Pills I IN CHANCERY NOTICE Tallahassee, Florida. Gainesville, Florida.

suffered from backaches and kidney Royal J. Whitney, Complainant vs. Mathieu Notice is hereby given that on the 17th day --- ,
1 1.
A dull grinding pain bou\ielle and his wife, Eliza M. Souvielle of July. A. D.. 1'JUS I will apply to the lion. A high-grade institution fo
i and Sarah C. DeFnese and her husband, B. R.Wilson,county judge Brevard county. young-
i i through my lon: kept me in misery Lafayette Hoyt DeFriese.Defendants for leave to sill the following real estate of parallel offering literary scientific en-
Learning of Doan's Kidney Pills, I XON-RESIDEVT DEFENDANTSTo Sidney Carpenter,deceased ti.-wit: college
i. NOTICE TO Begin on the east shore of Indian river five school agriculturalandpedagog-
D procured them they soon gave Sarah C. DeFriese and her husband La- ((5) chains and forty six (4<>) links north of ; courses. ,
me the desired relief. My husband fayette Hoyt DeFnese. Defendants: the south line of lot one ((1)), section six (6)), school
also used this remedy when suffering ARE HEREBY REQUIRED TO AP- townhin t1\'enty-su (3>). range south.thirty- tion in .
f from a lame back and a soreness ,. YOU to the Bill Complaint filed herein seven (3;) east, thence east twenty-five (J5\ organ, faculty; well equipped lab-
.;f the loins and it soon eradicated against you in the above entitled (cause on or chains to Banana river, thence north along tion, ; thorough instruction both '
: across before the third day of Auzust. A. D. 1908. the Banana river to a point three (3)chains
;' the trouble. Doan's Kidney THE FLO"IDA STAR is hereby designated as due north of the east described line thence Forty and practical; careful su-
Pills have also been used in my f ather's the newspaper in which this order shall be west fifteen ((1;;) chains and ten ((10)) links to states and discipline; high moral } '
and the best of results published,once a week for eight consecutiveWitness the east hue of that tract now owned by one last
weeks. M. M. Ramsey, thence sooth along said Ram .
their Fine
'S have always been retained from my hand and seal of office this 5th sey's line one (1))chain thence west along said
use." day of June. A. D. 1908. Ramsey's south line fourteen ((14) chains and for one tuition charges to Florida stu- J
Price 50 J Seal of I A. A. STEWART, sixty (60)) links to Indian river,thence sooth
For sale by all dealers. 1 Circuit Court J Clerk Circuit Court ward along the river shore to the point of beginning I i sive I Other expenses very low.
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, By O. A. Stewart. D. C. ,containing six and one-half!)acres rP'A I and information ad
For catalogue ,
.c New York,sole agents for the United D. L. Gaulden,Complainant's Solicitor. more or less. .
Said land to be sold for the benefit Michael logue ANDREW SLEDD, .
S. States W.L"ITED-Seamd hand bags and burlap Carpenter, a minor son of Sidney Carpenter,
Rememberthename-Doan's-and any kind, any quantity anywhere; we pay;deceased. RoxiEFlVE. '

take no other. freightRICHMOND BAG CO.,RichmondVa. Guardian Michael Carpenter :Minor..

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The mirror;is the nearest thing to, a but little care, white Well n..

.f J W mt SEND[ OFF ls luxury that appeals to them ,and I TO O mum mands a high figure. :: 35 as ; l'

sr han a sufficient'supply on" board" the pressed that they should Made i Miserable

Rf Roosevelt last them tor years. raised on a commercial

.# :t ; '1 I Commander Peary said he would depend fore this. In many Kidney Trouble.

;;; Thousands Cheer as Explorer absolutely on the game to be School of Preventive Medicine law against killing

00 ...J-. .. found In the arctic for his ,meat sup- thought that If farmers ...

Starts For North Pole. p ly. Some of the foods he will carry Plan of Columbia University. them these laws would trouble preys upon the mind dis .
." and lessens ambition beauty vigor
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with him, in addition to his supply of i;" '!

pemmican, tea and pilaf biscuit; the Perambulating and cheerfulness when the soon kidneys 1:; i
MANY DYING disappear
rEVERYBODY! MOST OPTIMISTIC three staple foods for use In the arctic UNNECESSARILY An ingenious are out of orderor

are canned vegetables and a large supply ered a new industry. diseased. l'

of canned peaches and pears. Paris, as, of course, in Kidney trouble has
ti Commander of Expedition Confident of "I alwajrs see to It that every person Dr. Ditman, Urging Establishment of city, many houses that I\ become so prevalent ;

Getting Farther North-Vast Quantities with me has a dessert on Sunday" said Sanitary Science School, Declares tq the great that it is not uncommon '

of Provisions Commallder'Peary. "and that United States Loses $600,000,000 for a child to be born
on Board-Large is why 1 habitants thereof. The ;:,

J .. Assortment cf Useful Presents For ,*m taking peaches and pears. Yearly by Preventable Deaths. question realizing this, l tte =- f* afflicted neys. If the with child weak crhv kid- 1

_' Eskimos. Pasteur has said that "It is within, bath which he lets on ates too often, if the
A Golden Wedding who cares to pay the scalds the flesh or if, when the child
the power of man to make all infections
aboard the
Undoubtedly every one means> that man and wife have lived to jrood mands and moreover, an age when it should be able to t
1st; Roosevelt. Commander Robert E. old age and consequently have kept healthy. diseases to disappear from the essary hot water. Ills the passage it is yet afflicted with

: Peary's arctic bound steamer, felt a The best way to ke *p healthy is to see that world" and statisticians estimate that franc 75; centimes per depend upon It. the cause of

thrill as tbe big weather beaten vessel your liver does its duty 365 days out of 365. 400.000 of every LtOO.OOO deaths occur difficulty is kidney trouble, and the first
pects a pourboire
The only to do this is to Ballard'sHerbiDe
f pulled slowly out of the recreation should be towards the treatment of
inspite of the fact that they are "
in the house and take it whenever pre k
-f. pier at the foot of East Twentyfourthstreet your liver gets inactive. 50 cents per bottle. ventable. But every year sees some PRAISE FOR OUR important organs. This unpleasant t
,, New York the other afternoon Sold by Banner Drug Store and Titusville is due tQ a diseased condition of the
advance in the science of preventive and bladder and habit
Pharmacy. not to a as
at 1 o'clock, while from.the. shore thou .
s, ; : As Good as That of
medicine. One of work in that people
; scene suppose.
; ; ;:; sands of voices gave lusty cheers for German
THE COST OF A BET. as well as men are made mis
cr direction is Columbia university in
the he started
.'" Intrepid explorer as on Among the advisers of with kidney and bladder trouble,
: his third quest for the north pole. As New York city. Plans for a school of both need the same remedy.
Took Beer to Get ministry of education ""
: the ship passed op the stream she was a Wager Down and preventive medicine, a school of sani- mild and the immediate effect of
Wine to Get It Cashed. salted regarding the :
saluted by three whistles from every tary science and public health are ; : is soon realized. It is said
craft that was withlu The problem of getting a bet downat ers between the United in
sight. printed in the June supplement of the fifty-
: al- '' From early morning until sailing the race track under the presents Columbia Quarterly. Dr. Ditman has Germany was Alois and one dollar
k- time tbe Frew were rushing about pil- ct interpretation of the new an !- developed the plans, and there are of the English language You bottle may have mail a) :

ing in as fast as they could the strange betting law was solved the other day hopes that 'the money will be forthcoming university and president also by tell-
pamphlet of
Home SwalUpB
and miscellaneous cargo that goes to at Gravreend, N. Y., in a rather In- to establish the school."Onethird man Shakespeare all about it, including many of the

: make up an arctic equipment That genious way. of the human beings born specially asked It it were of testimonial letters received

,the crew will not starve is certain to A man who was anions to wager $10 alive die before the age of five years that the American sufferers cured. In writing Dr. Kilmer

.. any one who saw the enormous number has been attained largely from preventable teach English with a .. Binghamton. N. Y., be sure and
on a
supposed "good thing" approached
a < of boxes and bags containing food of causes." says Dr. Ditman. lome of the advisers this paper.
a one time bookmaker and asked what
'aU klDds. "The death rate of children in some Professor Er: ndt"s make any mistake but remember ,
; "It ain't all salt horse either. the price he would lay against Rye in the tenement house districts in New YorkIs clared that the -. Swamp-rout Dr. 'Swamp--

' Irish chef explained tor we have fourth race. teacher's English and the address, Bingbampton N. Y.,
got as high as 204 per 1000. The number was :
k arctic fodder to a* science:' now and "Oh. four to one." was the response, of deaths occurring in the world as that of the average bottle.More .

: "\ we can )have our spring vegetables, "but I don't know you and don't care from epidemics of plague smallpox lie was further of

1'. ; out of thim tins ye see. on Christmas to be arrested for accepting the cash." yellow fever and cholera Is still enormous lish Is quite as well Daylight In Canada.
day 'at the pole when there. "That's all right replied the anxious in America in like a realization of Mr.
we get in spite of the fact that methodsfor as '
--; and It's sure we get*there at that." bettor. "Come and have a beer. I'll prevention of these diseases are strengthened In this view vmore daylisht" scheme ha

Every one from Commander Pearyto' pay with a ten dollar bill, and you can known. mad recently to London juhieved by the citizens of Fort

pick np the change. Of course I'm getting : and Port Arthur. twin Cana
the bo's'n are optimistic 'regarding Dr. Ditman continues: mentary schoos! where
a shade the best of it but youwon't towns on the western shore of
the success of the venture. Commander Each year the world yields up 1,09..000-:: ed to hear children:
For of time
Peary said: mind that" our own country lOOooo-or Its Inhabitantsas from Shakespeare In the Superior purposes

"This certainly has been a splendid They had the drink and five minutes a sacrifice to tuberculosis. althoughthis lect b is divided Into five sections

'r send off. I am deeply grateful for the later a certain man rooted long and loss Is not necessary. Pneumonia lie deduces from the section having a time one hour In
kills 106000 people in the United States of Its western hour l-
hard and ( or one
jubilantly when Rye
honor. We are ready for the trip. I annually and the number Is increasing hideous cockney
have done entirely too much work in galloped home in front He then rush rapidly yet the cause of this disease Is by the way be declares to : its eastern neighbor These two /;

that country to be certain of anything. ed off to find the "memory broker" and known and It should be In our power to hateful of all dialects to have hitherto formed the ex

so III not promise anything before I get his money, but the same old prob- stamp it out.Twentyfive. thousand people in the l lishmen and from the eastern limit of the section flI

start, except that I am going to put lem confronted him again. United States who are needlessly blind rious other dialects "" as "central" but in response to
= Into It every,bit of energy, moral, mental "I'll tell yon." slyly suggested the one could have had their vision saved bad the English that the signed petition the city coon I r

t, and physical, that I possess. time layer "come and have a bottle of causes of blindness and methods for Its England is not on the have agreed to become tbe extreme ,

wine. I'll for It with a fifty dollar prevention been widely enough appreci than limit of the "eastern" section. ,
'I feel confident that In any case I pay ated. Five hundred thousand people are purer that spoken In

shall carry the American flag farther bill, and you can pick up the change. killed or crippled every year in this country which he made a close means that the Inhabitants will ,

north than ever. Unless the unfore- Of course I'm getting a shade the best as a result of preventable accidents. twenty years' continual assuming that they continue to

seen happens I shall plant the stars of It but you won't mind that. from While the annual loss to this country American students at at the same hour of the clock-on deaths is
preventable $600.000.000
f and stripes at the magnetic pole. The wine was opened and the trans- England by the employment of shies and when in nearer dawn. They will also fin

The Roosevelt has been thoroughly repaired action completed and then the bettor preventive measures during nine years man representative at the their tasks one hour further away ; .

; from her last .struggles with turned: away, remarking, "It costs (1S80-9) saved 51 .:m.OOO as the resultof ebrn t1on. the sunset and thus obtain an 1

r : the ice has been fitted with two new something to win a bet under the Ag- an expenditure of its death of rate$375,000,000.during By the a"e reduction Professor Brandt hour of daylight leisure. Tbe

.. boilers of 500 new-Hart law. of can twang is rapidly comes into effect on Slay 1 and
.. :. horsepower each making years the city New York
4: her now an abler ship as regards has saved $150240000.; that some day it will be a hold until Dee. 5.
New York city's annual loss from tuberculosis
'S- power than she was three years ago. NEW SUNSTROKE CURE. is $23,000.000. that of the United- past lie says the average t

1 She is, so far as we are able to make States $300.000.000-a wholly needless loss. being educated into a The Reason. i
i R her The annual cost to the state of New his accent and Is
equipped to meet any emergency.
A Chicago Society Reveals It For Pub new directolre gown Is expen ,I
I York for the maintenance of public institutions
If conditions and eradicate it
are no worse the next
lic Benefit. uncomfortable: to and i
for the pauper the insane wear very
! '.y season than they were during the last No more sunstrokes and no recurrences the blind the epileptic and the tubercular The Rev. Walter \\ l'w ;:: in its appearance which I is !

voyage I shall hope to accomplish the of the same for persons 'wholave Is 511.SW000.) From an economic point of fessor of Anglo-Saxon at the dear women wm bald i on f
,.il0. object of the expedition and return in view then. it is seen that rarely can Investment university, who Is the >" It
been stricken with heat
k may be made more profitably than

; about fifteen months-that Is, In October merous philologicalTorks. --- -- l
A' The Higher Practical Educational society through action by which sickness. poverty -
i 1909. I am prepared however. of Chicago believes that It has accident and crime are obviated. dorses Professor Alois
s for, a stay of three years. The last decade has been marked in this Berlin university In his
t made a discovery that will be of practical ,
Huge bouquets of roses and other country by two notable efforts conceived thatmt'ri'ans speak as trsPis J
benefit to thousands perhaps for the determination of the cause of
flowers filled the cabin in which Commander millions. physical and social evils by the establishment as English themselves.

Peary will spend much time The is of the Sage foundation and the Professor ked
proposition simple-Just block
?a during the next year. The cabin is Rockefeller Institute. Both institutionsare l lent pronunciation of
the Inside of hat with felt and save the from j
your dyspeptic
of fundamental and extreme Importance many
to the fact that that
comfortable and as well furnished as a :
will suffer from and for daysofmiKryandcaablcblmto cat
you never sunstroke.The necessary next great
F similar room on a big ocean liner, and society is not absolutely sure of advance in the field of prevention-edu lish Is carried on with he wishes. They prevent t
t. it is far more homelike. Nor will cation.In strictness and to a far
this but from is HEADACHE
there be lacking books to while away positive order then to complete the em den.C in America than in ,

F -'. the tedious hours-when the Roosevelt that a felt lining will prevent any're }' of both Institutions in the accomplishment great schools treat Latin the food assimilate and nour I
e;' carnage of heat trouble. of praC'tictlnds It Is essential that of :. the body, give keen appetite .
Is whiter primary importance
bound in the northern Ice means shall be found to transmit the
y J. W. Gossard of the society Is j
fields. The publishers of New York very knowledge thus acquired regarding the attention to teaching En FLESH

Lave seen'to that. They all chipped t Into enthusiastic about It. causative factors of disease. crime poverty tion. :Moreover the study "
"There are many men who went etc.. to the ultimate desired goal- is taken solid muscle. Elegantly sugar
in .
furnish books for the explorer and seriously; \ I -
through the Cuban and suffered Individuals. homes and administrative departments -
his crew. All told more than 200 vol war having jurisdiction over these is almost unknown in No Substitute. _
from heat who have been
umes ''have' been stowed aboard the fields. to a few students. The
repeatedly attacked by the same trouble The scope of a school of sanitary act that the ordinary
vessel, and they represent almost ;; $
ever since. he said the other day nce and preventive medicine Is a broadone. SUBSCRIBE FOR THE I
tirely ignorant of his
type of literature and
;y every every The complete attainment of Its ends
"and when
we accidentally discoveredthat
large publishing house In New York. can only be accomp'ished by enlisting the lIe adds:
i Among the stores on board th e men thus afflicted could withstand aid of all associated fields of effort For **I see no objection to :! TlMfS. UNION
the rays of the run if they wore this reason the benefits to be derived went Americans
Roosevelt are 16,000 pounds of tour, to : The Great State Paper
from influence of teacher si-
their winter felt hats decided on pupil. ph>
we to
L.OOO loaves of bread two tons of cod clan on patient charity worker on depend Iwcjnse they give DULY StVDl flflrMOVrn

fish. 200 cases of beans. 2.500 gallons experiment.: For threo seasons now '!it. oman on :social conditions and ject and understand Months IliO MX: Months fat
of oil for fuel and lighting.. 200 cases we have had men wearing straw hats --Islator on legal enforcement can bestr talking a'uout" Twel':e Monthfr>or)

' of tomatoes and several hundred of with felt linings, and where they formerly ..? attained school by with amalgamation such an institution of the proposed as- Semi-Weekly"Rmes-l'nion' and

F r !. brown bread. were obliged .to hunt the shad Columbia university, by which means are NEW SLEEPING fsrmer anti Fruit Grower. !
': now they sufler no inconvenience at made available for its the school of
'r. An of the use
a important part cargo oa Fri'Uj Usue of tbe mlHrtkly, d. !
' \ the Roosevelt Is the large assortment all. law the school of philanthropy. Barnard to Agricultural and dire Frulu U.. i
+ coll.-ge. the Teachers' college and the Roman Cathclic etc. The two l'aPf'u roe li QJ per rear 1
f1. of useful presents that Commander Coleg' of Physicians and Surgeons with Coach: Has Berths In M all us Jour subccrtpiloa .
rf : Peary is taking north for his friends its num robs clinic and hospital connec The IIov. I.eopold idi TlmesUlln.1I cksceulle
f tions.Ih" tuatlon of these departmentsii Fit.
the Eskimos. lie knows
everybody ia I !
Danish Inventor Builds Machine That tIC h?art of a city of the type p.f Xew tor of St I'eter and St l'
1Y, the tribe except the babies born sinCt'ri' Is York Ajuld also op.nte effectively in Catholic church in

: ..f his visit and not a person has been Very Light. provides opportunity for the study of invented a fcieepiug car

h.'i- forgotten The presents are all staple A new flying machine has been constructed social end industrial conditions. sorts will supplant;those in

things for on his first expedition tithe n b} Christian Ahl. a well 1 .\roji:; tIP >u' ,'r('t<; of study sug' rants at
present 'I
.! polar regions Commander Peary known Danish inventor says a cable! r;ste-l for the ihuol are tenementhouses. Berths are arranged In DIARRHOEA

_/ I fount that the Eskimos desired only dispatch from Copenhagen Denmark. swuhops, slaughterhouses the car instead of on the fs
Bamboo i U the material used through dairies. markets anti watersheds offen.sive -
those that
! > li things were useful to them tuaL.*s it l..r,.lble to open
iY- They cared not for beads fancy out, and it answers the purpose as well I trade and dangerous (X''upatinn. ventilators on the side of rr : is no need of f
as steeL The wings are covered with anrcne rft
L clothes or toys. -, child labor and fat"tone*. antitoxins -
silk. It is easily packed into small 1 Inuanent steps are tong with this i.s" see. f : i
filtration and
vaccines disinflation
1 am taking a lot of things for s ,
bulk for floor to the sMes of the l \: a quuk lOre It is ry: l.t. >_ i
faifhful friends there," said Commander purposes. Uietho-i to take a few
up top stop may I In? used as dose orChamberlain's I
Int'entorhl says that he has utilized Dr. Ditman also advises teaching of
Peary. -Some of them are for shoes or c-iothlng. and
the principle of the Indian snowshoe the relations lJttwt't'o"arieti'S of food i i
presents pure and simple, while th' to sit ou this step and rt
flstTill be used in paying them forth and the bird's wings The flight and dl';:(>:15l". utilization of sewage for or outer clothlnz
of the aeroplane is intended to resemble commercial method of I
services they render me. It would 1'11J"I1O-'t'S. garbage In FathT Cholera and 1
that of a bird. ,
modes of transmission
he ridiculous to offer them mo'ney. disposal has plated an aloe l on !
It Is easier to work than any form..rtlylng of l'Ontaimls llisea .', epidemics and Diarrhoea
have the uni -
They no conception of th' IxTtln tear the n Comedy
of value. 1 am taking the men Mich machine, and. according; to the modern conditions of life in generalPlan eULtepii inch passageway II
Inventor. It cannot be upset. If thrown fcct, in most
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., things; as guns, ammunition, knives 'Urths. This would (' cases one dose is
from a tower upside down it rights to Have Stockmen Raise Deer. ( It never fails and
steel shoes< for their sledges hammers to pass from the side of an b*
itself immediately. The motor of four The department of agrHiIture I- upon to the most severe and I
hatchets and other other
useful tools. Those and from end to ;erota ,,
horsepower, capable of driving the Moves thltlet..>r can be raised the :1nwas bU. IS equally, VJ-; I
are the things they desire and prize HotTschneider says be for ch-.Uren and
machine with one person aboard. beef cattle and its experts have set is the n.,-.,-, i
the most. his the the
parish money he saving lives of
weighs only thirty pounds. Ahl declares themselves to the task of popularizing .: many children I
"For the women I have large qua his Invention, which is: year.
that he has solved the aeroplaneproblem \euiMn. A bulletin on deer farming; In the wortJ' f
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titles thimbles scissors and no medicine
perfectly. The invention has; will soon be issued. The idea Is to O A. S T o H. ever met with i
mirrors. They do not want beads no greater success.
been patented throughout the world have stockmen raise deer just the gears tb A Ito Kind fox tia I
do they have any, desire for the fancy 250.
a French company providing the saws as cattle and experts declare B;gaatoro URGE SIZE 50c.
4ttings that .the Indians _hanker for # .
money that they are easily raised and require of 1

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