TITUSVILLE, PLA., FRIDAY, JULY 24, 1908
Not fos OqmselPs Alo1qe, Sqt fos tl. qoo of Ot1ess lso.
-OIIGS OF THE
Pmhlt Iotes rtailag to vnomtS
Trunplrlt Abit Ton
All quotations withdrawn on ac-
count of advanchit prices.
EAsT COAST LUBER & SUPPLY Co.:
Mr. S. N. Gladwin is continually
making improvements upon his resi-
dence property near the station.
Mr. Fred Black moved yesterday
from the Dodson cottage to one of
the Walker cottages in North Titus-
Mis Bertha Branch, after spend-
ing a couple of weeks here with her
friend, Miss Frances Robottom, left
Wednesday for her home at Orlando.
The old fashioned ice cream is hard
on digestion. Our "New Process"
cream is predigested, and so harm-
les for children and invalids-Ban-
ner Drug Store.
Mrs. Walker, of Atlanta, who'is
here on a visit to her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Frank S. Battle, says she
'finds the weather no warmer here
than in her home city.
With the end in view of making
the St. Lucie river a protected har-
bor, the government has sent a large
force of engineers to Stuart, to sur-
vey the St. Lucie river at Gilberts
One hundred and eight barrels of
fish were shipped out of Tituville
Tuesday afternoon by express and
the shipments for the past week have
been running heavy, one fish house
shipping over fifty barrels in one day
Mrs. Day, whose home was destroy-
ed by fire on the evening of July 4th,
has decided not to rebuild on the
burnt site, but instead has purchased
one of the Carruthers places, the one
formerly occupied by W. R. Knox,
on Broad street.
The U. S. government dredge boat
Florida, in command of Capt. J. P.
Sharpe, which has been dredging out
the shoals near Jupiter narrows, has
gone to Jacksonville, where the ves-
sel will go on the dry dock and be
lengthened twenty feet.
Neither Miss Nellie Geiger or Miss
Mabel Whitacre, who were appointed
by the school board to teach in the
Tltusville high school, will fill the
positions to which they were appoint-
ed, and School Superintendent Walk-
er is now endeavoring to secure
teachers to take their places.
As Miss Beck Saw Taft
Writing from the Denver conven-
tion to the Pensacola Journal, Miss
E. Nellie Beck. one of the most tal-
ented newspaper women who ever
worked on a Florida paper, remarks
incidentally in a long chatty and in-
teresting article, that "Taft is round,
joHy and genial, but so is Florida's
Appleyard." It'sCol. Tom's time to
set 'em up.--Short Talks, Jackson-
Fine Monday Offerings of Men's
We will put on sale about 500 pairs
men's trousers in all the new and up-
to-date patterns, prices ranging from
$2. to $5.M.
Men's clotRing-blue serge suits
worth $18.00, special Monday only,
Wood For Sale
Pine or oak, any length. Also plow-
ing and harrowing. See or address J.
Lower Court Decision Reversed
Word was received here Monday
afternoon from Tallahassee to the
effect that the supreme court of the
state had reversed the decision made
several months ago in reference to
the spur track having to be rebuilt
to the river at Rockledge by the F. E.
C. Railway company. Mr. Robbins,
attorney for the company, does not
think the spur will be rebuilt at all.
Important Partnership Change
An important change in the part-
nership of the Titusville Lumber Co.
was effected last week by the pur-
chasing of Messrs. F.S. and G.C.
Battle's interest in the company by
Mr. Henry Pritchett, of Jacksonville.
The deal had been under consider-
ation several days and was effected
The affairs at the mill are going on
just the same and we hope the
Messrs. Battle will decide to remain
here as they have made a host of
friends who would regret to have
them leave Titusville.'
Mr. Pritchett also has purchased
Mr. F. S. Battle's stock in the Indian
River State bank.
13.0 ANKLE FITS 3.00'
The ecretof a good oxford lies in
the ankle fit and the heel seat. If
the ankle isut wide the shoe is loose.
Result-cMd ng and blisters. Cut
too tight, it binds and your foot feels
asi ifin a vice.
Abbot oxfords are carefully design-
ed and the patterns are adapted to
all ankle types. The heel of the shoe
fits the foot. We can fit you and your
pocketbook with an Abbot shoe.
WINSTON S. BANNING
Fall Work on the Florida Keys 18 foot boat which will be installed as
The Key West Citizen has the fol- soon as it arrves.
g to ay relive to e The new August records for the Vic-
lowing to say relative to the recent
tor talking machine will be on sale at
visit of F. E. C. railway officials to Indian River Music House next Tues-
that place: day and Wednesday.
"The arrival of the officials at this By reference to the weekly weather
time lends color to the report that report from Jupiter, published on page
the work on this end of the extension 5 this week, it will be seen that the
will begin soon. There would be no temperature on Saturday was 95 degrees
call for a visit at this time unless it which has occurred but once before in
was expected to begin the work soon. 21 years, viz: in June. 1890.
The officials refuse to discuss the
matter, though they readily give the Statement Grossly in Error
assurance that the road will be corn- In their address to tax payers the
pleted shortly." Cocoa committee make this state-
In speaking of the probability of a ment: "The jail is virtually a total
resumption of work in the keys, and ruin." "It would not be safe or
on the terminus at Key West, Mr. economical to build on the parts of
Parrott said: walls left standing.
"It is not probable that work along Tax payers. compare this state-
the keys would be in full swing be- ment with the offer made by Con-
fore November because of the mos- tractor L. RI. Decker to, the county
quitoes, but we will have a force of commissioners that h, would r1-
men at work on this end before the build the jail and put it in tirst
first of August. This is encourag- class condition for "2 ,IN.(4 and it
ing news and will add greatly to the would then be worth $10.().(H).
already flourishing business of the Since the fire scores of you have be.,n
city." here in person and seen with your
own eyes tiat the jail is not a "to-
See Nature Take Its Course tl ruin" by any means, and that
A man in Orlando was up before the statement of Contractor Deckter
the mayor a few days ago charged is correct and can be carried out.
with the offense of trinminng hisside Hv Mr. )Decker's statement the jail
walk trees, which causes the Ocala
Star to remark:
"We neither trim our trees -nor
do the city authorities care a tinker's
lead if they do it, no matter how
many parasols, umbrellas or ladies'
hats the low drooping limbs snatch
bald 'headed and ruin. We love to
is today worth $7.,100 to the people
of Brevard county.
Rev. Win. Stones will preach Sunday
at Titusville at 11 a. m., and at Oak
Hill at 3 p. in. Conferenceafter morn-
see nature take its course in Ocala, There will be prayer and praise ser-
no matter who it makes mad." vice at Methodist church Sunday night
at 7:30, led by L. A. Cunningham. The
Bargain Sale pastor will be in Osteen Sunday.
Fine large horse, buggy and har- Dean Robottom will officiate in St.
ness. Horse perfectly gentle and ex- iark's church, Cocoa, on Sunday at
cellent in saddle. Will dispose of 11 a. m., and in St. Gabriels church,
separately if desired. Address H. Titusville, at 7:30 p. m. The public
care STAR office. is cordially invited.
care SAR offie. -
Special Sale at Kline's
MONDAY, JULY 27, 1908.
Ladies' white wash belts with pearl
buckle and handsomely embroidered
worth 50 cents, special 29centseach.
Ladies'white underskirts with wide
flounce of embroidery, worth $1.50,
special $1.0 each.
Also one made of excellent quality
of lonsdale with tucks and hemstitch-
ing, special99 cents.
ates' gingha good heavy qual-
ity, new and up-todate patterns,
specially good shirt pattern, special
12% cents per yard.
Ladies' white sailor hats, large up-
to-date shapes, special 96 cents each.
Ladies' umbrellas, made of good
quality of gloria, endless variety of
handles, special 96 cents each.
White dotted swiss, worth 20 cents,
special 15 cents per yard.
Special prices in novelty white
goods, in stripes, checks and dots.
Mail orders promptly filled on any
of the above goods.
JULIus KLINE, Titusville.
We can sell you Cummer uth.ige
boxes at all points between East Shi-
loh or Mims and W. Palm Beach, ex-
cept Cocoa station, and will be pleased
to make tquotations also on wraps.
The Daytona Journal of Wednes-
day states that "C. T. Massey, a 'pro-
moter' who has been stopping at the
beach for a few weeks past, and hails
from Titusville where he ran a small
restaurant near the depot for some-
time, came to the Journal office last
and nails. i iurs.:4 1 anu ucussetu out tne city
EAST COAST Lu'MBER & SI'PPLY (o. editor. C. Fred Price, who had a war-
rant issued for his arrest on a charge
Cutting Canal in the Solid Woods of using profane language. In the
Capt. seasonn. superintendent of mayor's court Monday morning Mr.
the East Coast canal. reports that ex- Massey plead g ilty and paid the
cellentt progrss is being made in the costs of .:2.50. Mr. Price not desir-
cut at the head of North river to ing to prosecute him further he was
connect with 'abllo creek in the cmn- turned loo,.- with a reprimand from
struction of the canal between St. the curt to niot let it occur again."
Augustine and Jacksonville. Mo, re
than one half mile has btlen cut into, New Totafari Mango
toh solid woods with a width of se\- IDr. i'. .e. of the state agricultu-
t. ft et- ainl aiLI .oS't to the rc'luirnd ral x erii mental station at Miami.
hlpth. .All of the excavators aind last w\\'k sent Mr. John 1.. Iehach one
dredges are working well and oni full of twelvt manIes of a new variety
time. This work is being pushed oy that he has grown in four years from
the canal company with all possible a plant sent him flrom HWashington
For Sale Cheap For Cash
About S acres of good hi.h lan l on
the east or ocean sideit,f the Indian river
at the Narrows. described as follows:
Lot No. 3. section 35. also lot No. 3. .:c-
tion 36, in township 31 south, range ;9
cast. This land is unimproved but tine-
ly located. For further particulars ad-
tIr. E. 1. .,,Lw,
Five-room cottage with bath, near
Indian River hotel. Apply to W. 1'.
Spoiling Men's Lives
And ruining, happy homes by the
intemperate use of liquor, is .irnie-
thing that should be prevented if
that had been imported from India.
This fruit is called hthe Totafari man-
go. In the presen-e of a few friends
Mr. Beach cut aij(1 examined the
fruit. It \wt.ighel 't I ounces, was a
handsonut lemon ym ow in color, good
shape'. k-in.g full i. the ta.m-, well
rounded arnd full! I.died. .setd long
and slim. ftle.-h li.h yellow, custardy
and with litt!.t til,'t. ilavc r very p.iLas-
ing atndi .picy. LTh. unanimous ver-
dict of tho,.e present was that it
would be a valuable acquisition to
our mango family and well worthy of
proIipagation for variet.y. West Palm
Orange and Grapefruit Trees
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Dr. Miller, Dentist, Tituaville.
The northbound train 78 Wednes-
day was delayed four hours.
Mrs. T. B. Wilson has returned
from a stay of several week it Day-
Mr. T. Hall, of Indianola, left here
Wednesday morning to spend a few
days in Tampa, expecting to return
this Friday afternoon.
Mr. James L. Conner, who recently
went from here to Daytona with C. T.
Massey and son, returned Monday af-
ternoon and says he will remain some
Mr. L. A. Brady left Monday af-
ternoon for'New York, Boston and
Bethlehem, N. H., where he will join
Mrs. Brady for a stay of six weeks or
perhaps two months.
It was Mr. Geo. Gingras and fami-
ly who left Rockledge last week for
the north, instead of Mr. L. A. Gin-
gras, the two being brothers our re-
porter got the names somewhat mixt.
Mrs. J. N. Feaster, after a two
weeks' visit here with relatives, left
Monday afternoon for Seale, Ala.,
where she will spend the summer
with her daughter, Mrs. T. W. An-
derson, and family.
Mr. Geo. M. Robbins' runabout motor
boat Spray was tried yesterday after-
noon with the Stover motor andis doing
Major F. M. Taylor has ordered a 31-2
h. n. Hartford gasoline engine for his
Skatlg A kt th P oplo of TItU
rtlle u Teqj Cm uid k
Work on the Rathbun cottage,
which had been stopped for a week
or so, was resumed the first of this
We felt the need of that new Ice
factory again this week. We can't
get ice fast enough from adjoining
cities to supply the demand.
Another little daughter arrived at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. *-
ban early Saturday morning, com-
pleting a bright little feminine quar-
tette for them.
Call and see the beautiful line of
Queen Quality oxfords, in all the
latest styles, we call especial atten-
tion to the Brown Russia 2 button,
Ooze top. Large shipment just ar-
rived at Branning's.
Mr. J. L. Mobley returned the first
of the week from Micco where he at-
tempted to get an artesian well for
Peter Bertelsen, but met with fail-
ure. He will drive a well for the In-
dian River Co., at Clifton next.
A fisherman by the name of Haines
is having a novel floating houseboat
built at the city dock. It is 11x16
and is floated on top of eight kero-
sene oil barrels. It is probable that
four more barrels will have to be put
under the structure to flat it prop-
erly. This floating room is intended
to be towed from place to place with
a motor fish boat.
Screen cloth, yard or roll.
Insect powder, FRESH.
Columbia and Edison batteries.
Globe-Wernicke book cases.
FURNITURE, DRY GOODS, SHOES
Refrigerators. water coolers.
Ice cream freezers, $1.85 up.
CHASE. A. GARDNER, Phone 342
Cussed Out the City Editor
t -' t~
Lumber Prices Looking Up
Eau Gallie, Fla., July 21, 1908.
Editor of Tus FLORIDA STA&r
It may be of interest to your read-
ers to know that at the last rpeeting
of the Georgia and Florida Sawmill
association their reports showed a
very encouraging outlook for the
lumber operators. Stocks in the
yards throughout the country are
lower than they have ever been
known, and the stocks on hand at the
mills are getting very much depleted.
Planing mill lumber has already
advanced from $1.00 to $2.00 per M.
and with the prospect of still further
advance the yards throughout the
country are placing heavy orders.
The outlook in all lines of business
is distinctly encouraging and there is
bound to be a strong advance in all
lines between this and winter. Those
intending to build should lose no time
in placing their orders.
G. F. PADDIsoN.
Gen'l. Mgr. E. C. L. & S. Co.
F~ic~i~ ~T~T~~C~ `I~r, ~n
At F '*.-
* .ll* .tBigfla
Lt. Lne comlunty m owners
ae set the tax rate at 25 mills for
West mn street, oe of Galanes-
vWle' principal thr..ghfare is to be
pave with vitriied brick.
The stamp sale at the Pensacola
po.ste for the fiscal year ended
JIue lth amounted to S5.647.Ji.
Jesse Hunter, sheriff of lake eon-
ty. hbu resigned and the Governor has
appointed B. A. Cassady to the pdl-
A little Italian girl was run over by
a Tampa street car Wednesday. At
the hospital the doctors were com-
peed to *mputate a leg.
So far this season more than ue
hundred carloads of watermelons
have passed through Pensacola for
northern and western points.
S Th convention of the Florida state
League of Potmsters of the Fourth
Cla, adjourned at Orlando last week
ad will meet next year In Jackson-
The school board of Osceola county
will replace the burned high school
building at Klsimmee with a new
structure which is to cost not les
Hon Thomas A. Darby, former State
Senator 'n Florida, who recently mar-
ried Miss Caroline Brevard, of Talla-
hassee, died suddenly last Monday in
Alaska, of apoplexy.
Adjutant-General Foster has refused
to accept the signature of the Tampa
militia oicers who sought to retire
frao the Second Regiment, Florida
State Troops, on the ground that the
time for their withdrawal Is unoppor-
tune and would be detrimental to the
welfare of the service.
The St. Petersburg postoffice shows
a gratifying increase of business for
the fiscal year ending June 30th last,
over the preceding year. The total
business of 1906 was $10,077; of 1907,
$11,587 and of 1908, $13,671. Money
orders issued this year amounted to
$53,276; money orders paid, $50,617;
stamp sales, $12.578.69.
The offer of E. M. Kean, the con-
tractor, to increase the flow of JacK-
sonville artesian wells 1.000,000 gal-
lons daily for the sum of $1,000 was
accepted by the board of bond trustees
of that city. His method for increas-
ing the flow is a secret, but he de-
clares it entirely practicable, and
guarantees that it will not injure any
of the wells.
As evidence of the rapidity with
which the English sparrow multi-
plies a flock of not less than twen-
ty-five of these little pests were seen
in one place on the pavement on 13thl
street this morning. Less than four
months ago not more than half a
dozen of these birds could be found
in the city. At the present rate of
increase it will be only a short time
before the town and county will be.
overrun by them.-Mianmi .lMetropoli.s.
I,. L. Carlton has the ielt for raising
the largest watermelon in this section.
Saturday afternoon 1e showed us on:1
which weighed eighty-,.:~gt poun.ls.
and which was rais,.d by him in th.
southern ,art of town on what is
known as ('arlton's pasiare. Il state--
that the \ine vhich pi ldu *. !th-:
melon has lKrne seven others. a:ll ot
which weighed ver thirty pounds. Il,
is saving the seed from all the mieloin:
of that vine and will plant three or
four acres next spring.---Fort Pierce
On last Saturd:ly. while Mr. C. ,K.
Johnson was coming o town. Capt.
Hickman passed him in his car. wh!ch
frightened his horse. and before he
could be gotten under control, th-
horse reared up and fell on tl!e nl
of the shaft, which penetrated tho-
horse's side behind the shoul.!er, kill-
ing it almost instantly. (apt. PFi!--
man. when he saw that the ho.rs,
was frightened, stopped the car .]nu.
waited until Mr. Johanson asted him
to go ahead, and it was not u.til
after the car had passed around and
in fu .- the horse that it began to
rear and pitch. Vhtl'e Mr. H'ckitan
was not to blame, and was not held
Many asagd ae In IroSes as the
ashool lrd ldr of the at Coast.
PWt Orange aa Oak Hill h inL
an to have addltt ; He =y 1I s to
hve, a a new site farther nrth, a
twootory badliam at a cost of $1 ;
Sea Breee will have a twoetory ad-
dition to eoat 11.30; New Smyra.
also, a twostery addition to cast $1,-
300. New Smyraa is to be made a
ju-or high school next tall Stk
further down the cast West Palm
Beach is erecting what will probably
be the fnest public school In Florida.
Mial sl also building a large ward
Jtm Hall was crossing the railroad
track Just this side of the Bearhead
tank Monday morning with a cart
load of logs behind a four yoke team,
when the front end of the logs tipped
down and hung on the rail. Before
he could get it clear h heard the
mail train coming Lacking anything
else to ag it with, he Jerked off his
shirt and ran down the road, waving
It like mad and yelling like a Com-
anche. The engineer saw him in
time to stop the train within half a
dozen yards of the logs and cart, and
save both from a smash-up.-DePun-
Business is pretty good in DeLand
and Volusia county these days. The
season's crops have yielded good prof-
its to both producer and merchant, and
the consumer shared in the benefits,
too. Owing to the extensive building
operations going on this summer, there
are many people in town at this time,
and almost everyone has a Job, with
the prospect of steady work for a good
while to come. The bank Is doing a
heavy business and the postofice can
show an increase in money circulated
the past few months over the corres
ponding period last year-DeLand
Three crops of oranges on the same
trees it one year Is certainly unusual,
and yet this is what County Commis-
sioner Farabee has done this year.
The first crop was from the regular
February bloom, the second from the
June bloom and the third crop from
an August bloom. He brought a
wagon load of the third crop of fruit
to town last Friday and presented
the Advocate with a liberal supply.
fruit was of a yellowish-green
but was heavy with juice and of
flavor. In short, the oranges
very fair samples of the Florida
Leaf tobacco from the various
farms about town is now being
brought to the packing house in large
quantities and a force of men are bus-
ily engaged in "bulking" the same in
the packing house, that being the first
step in the packing house process.
The leaf is in fine shape and is as
pretty tobacco as one needs to see.
In the meantime the harvesting of the,
crop goess merrily on at the farms and
the in:inense barns on every farm
have been filled to their utmost capa-
city. and sonit of the planters ar' bhe-
Imoaning scarcity of barn room. The
'rop, is a "bllpiiit'pe" one in every re-
S..\ rr'rtl lm nths :tiz! \ule'n the %\at i'r
'vt r th "sh\w gras-i" (a marsh for i
dil Il. tlhe Iack after r from the electric.
,I,,lt ldaii onl thc Hlillsborc rii'ver wa.
!uitfe le.-ep. Roy Hfean wvas wa.tint
.roundl 'v r th mniarsh shootiing ildk..
'.1- t.ia ;il. A it $1i) in his pl(io kt'lho.U k
o-' ii'. i.; pe a, li. an
.I 1c t(, -,I it \#.-t -I tlie lpock t ,
', 'n his iha. 1:;s hait wa.s blown
b r .v 1 ., \\ : I ;u il ll 0! hl',i ,l I ** ;!; I
" t ., 1'U. "<,'i< '" o,,i K li ilt' 11,' .''' 1l "
'I;t w.I -:I-,nll s; itb t : s i f
k, 1 i(ll Mihd :ti tl ait'. ( ing to thlt
I-( ,' t :le''"ht h' s'aw gli.A s" :
itl w it l:-y. A !' f .,l:i 's ago the !io k.'t-
' iC'k \\;a f, midi. the i;ioney bting v'c'.
ttl e, t wo's to or its l(on, slihib i" -
n1 .- S0' ir (oir.-sipo ). 1in t to T;in
)(11ingl the thl'i I!t-; stiorl of Siunn. tv
a!liternoon a herl of cows bltIon-14ing tto
II. A. llrallock were gr';aing inl a
astuir'e at Alla;patttsh %when onei (t
thr'ii w's struck by lightainl. TIh-.
lmIt struck the vow on the back anui
oi,' fell to the rouiiid without a kick.
Att-tr the rain stopped some .ie who
ha:. witnessed the occurrence went
out to the dead animal and found that
the flash of lightning had split the
con's backbone from end to end. The
cut was made as clean as if made by
a butcher's saw and must have caused
death to the animal instantly. The
Mr. 0.0. Ha. er has on esxhiitio
a master wildat which he captured
a bw nlchts ago. The eat had been
eaag hi chicks, and a trap baited
wfth a lite he, played the Important
part of the capture. Mr. Hensler has
not taken the cat from the trap-cage
but is willing to give the curio to any
person venturesome enough to do the
deed. In length the cat is about thirty
inches and is a scrapper of the 8ulli-
van cla-s.-Apealchicolp Ttmes
Pullma parlor cars which are
operated on the morning train to aad
the night trait from Jacksoanrie will
be continued daring the summer. This
is the first eason that the A. C. L.
has attinpted to keep these cars on
as late as thi, but it is the policy of
the railroad to give its patrons the
best possible service, and it is hoped
by the officials that the patronage will
be sufcient to warrant making the
service permanent-St. Petersburg
Daytona Is now well supplied with
summer fruits and vegetables, mostly
raised by local growers, and no one
has much trouble in selecting the par-
ticular kinds to suit their particular
tastes. Peaches and watermelons,
from home orchards and patches, pine-
apples from further south, oranges
from California (the Florida crop hav-
ing been already exhausted) and
Michigan grapes are among the fruits
on the market. Green corn and other
vegetables are plentiful. In the west-
ern part of Volusia county, peaches
are so plentiful that they are a drug
on the market.-Daytona Gazette-
Mrs. Steinberg lost five cows about
five months ago, and after diligent
search and inquiry was given up as
having been driven off, as they were
milk cows, with calves at home. Mr.
Archie Brownlee was attracted to a
vacant place within a few rods of the
postoffce, and in a kitchen found the
remains of the cattle. They had been
attracted into the building by some
corn husks stored there, and when in
the door became shut and fastened.
and no doubt died of thirst. The loss
was a heavy one for Mrs. Steinberg.
as the cattle were blooded Jerseys
and had cost her a considerable sum.
-Florahome correspondent to Palat-
At 9:15 o'clock yesterday morning
the Mallory steamship Rio Grande ar-
rived at her docks in Tampa. and after
loading a fair cargo of freight and
taking aboard a large passenger list.
sailed shortly after noon upon her re-
turn trip to New York. The officers
of the Rio Grande reported that the
trip to Mobile was made without inci-
dlent and that the stay at Mobile was
made most pleasant by the maritime
people as w.il as some of the large
shippers. S,\eral hours delay, how-
ever, was .Xl ,iriencc.e by the Rio
Gr.;nits upon her trip from Mobile to
T:mipu, occasional by several large
saiilini ve\*ssels keepiin ah.al of the
v.'ss. l. -Tamil;pa Tribuntit.
l.;ik 1\' -r. 1 h,. a;l.,, l),-\o l so
lllll('l'nu erous ;11n.) p st'.dif,,l'oils a;ft'r the
c(hicknli.s th t ;a Iniil te'' of larties
,.:i\" !^." li ,ll l "' ,' 1r tl,,!:l ;illl l S.at.lll-
a, y nii'hlit : "oI i ,i'I'~l. itiou laidi six
I'"\v. "t, ,,:;.,r ;iiaht 'i possum ti ',
;afttr lMr's. .\. l:trt :n's c hickens at th.>
:;*ir'e il !'la' a;t I: i t :; k.* :i4l niur m .e
<. i ; t i,. ,; (r tl;at Il "* \\ 'h ll ho'l.--.-
holi l \\ ;.s :; i,.ni..i ;a 'i i. i th., oio) lr -
;im i( \ua.- founl 1 thd i th ,. h. i .|r of
lthl tiock 1: .], h-.l ':;'.'r .| ;iw i m b t
;pi" n a c4lser -ar
"o~i ti!.g. *-*:', *eI'. ,nl ; ('-iiunk of woo.l
in an optin v i'4 ; n\i ; t'h l1oli.
lit, w as. r.* I.. I, i i ip i ssil In-
;i., f tombi to s i .: a lio-rniir
:;ong.-- Orala Star.
'liiM latinig th. t l \;iii )I- j of Manul
t' ie ,rfo. \I ilo rectm il ay arrival in th!
'.-t'. tra\.,linrt on foot fr,!oml ) .N w York
I'ity in :in "ffort to get back to lhoei,
andi friends. not ha;\iiin thl Ilt onl-yV t
tra\ve anYy oTh-r way. a party of Ybor
('it youliing m n havt ,' cilaroli their
intention ot ridIing to New York clty
and le return on llheback. taking no
Inoney along and making their living
as they go along. They are Joe Mo-
rales. who will act as captain of the
expedition and l ill be allowed th
honor of riding a horse. Jesse haveve.
Manuel Alfonso. J. ('. Salas and Abe-
larlo Hternandez. The party expects
to start in about three months, and
the young men will make their living
on the journey by holding moving pic
yon wil! 9a1lwyvm have gro)o I.culth1. What jq Yiro* to a man
thasi~l Ii 'i.th All ~ j rine t mth- woriti Cau t uah'
h-n~th k i!-. wwi. Ballard's SmwO Limimem
CURE RhCurantiSm, Cuts, Burns, Spraim, NeftIlgi&
CURES Sres, Siff Joits. C tractedAlmack. L.&
Bac.k and all the Ils that FLsh is heir to.
One Who KnoWL.
J. M. Scot!, S.0t T ak ('vt. Vt.4h. writv;.. I umoifloC
too hi~h'y raktai, your ballArtl'- i Siw I.anitmvt for
the r olf.'f of a&!ute rhemn an5 i.;im, (-14mw.j lv r' aI.'-Ivm
and exposure to the wt- h h.'r. I al.m F'*t-'wri, id
Ballard's Hort-himn&I 'v nrp for uuugh 3uid
T.hi:sb ustud tsed thitr &lr au ll pain.
GET TaM GENUINE. Three Sizes 2Uc 0c. 1I W
Ballard Srow Liniment Co.
5OO3 0orth Wcacow S rect,
ST. LOuIS. *0 m I !DI
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THE FLORIDA STAR
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eyes. Go to him with happiness beam- discuss the men who are backing him,
ing from your countenance and over- beyond stating they were among the
lowing from your heart. Take a le- wealthiest horsemen in the country.
son l i happiness from his creatures, ie has been sent South by them, as
the birds with their songs of praise, they desire to establish a circuit. It
the gliltter-ng fishes as they flirt about
like lt.11hi'g sunlamws in the silvery is their 1prpo1se to bring their best
waters or the aunrials as they gambol thool:ti.tL birs andl thus hav thelti
on the' tgreensard. Crime and de- eat;i thliiri winter cost.
pravity are unknown to such of God's Mr.. Il'on Ihas isite.l Norfolk.
creatures. It is left for man to be Charleston. Atlanta an.l Savannah.
morbid aud sorrowful-and sinful. I iH.a go as far as Havana. He will
"There is no crime in the entrancing tln 1ur11 to ('iinnati wh.re he
strains o( music, no sin in the simple t' It to ('ii(iiati h he
metrin t enjoyment ca ll the slmles nowill re .,'t :ant further plans will be
Mle.iiis of enjoyment called gamllies, no
secretivei'ss nlor wrongdoing lu this "za1'ik. It tihel oui'l0ok is satist:ite,ry
bright and cheerful glare of God's elec- the c.t:es whidh ha inilrtesse l hin
**Blue laws and fanaticism wl!l find
uo place iu the religion of the future.
There will be more recreation parks in
the new order of things and very much
less Ignorance. sorrow and crime. In
the good book It is related that God's
smile is reflected In the hapliuess of
his people. Such being the case, God
must lie srii!lug mnit) benignly on this
gathering, where all is Joy and happi-
ness. T'l)o.'e of you who profess to
be Christians. I beseech you. do not
seek to take away the joys of the peo-
v. ill bt- selected for the circuit. He
i\\ill thl..nl' return to the cities se-lected
!andil delinite propositioiis will be nlmaide
to) tl, b- i.~ t'.n s 1:iwn aii,l others who
l e intereslteil.
A iO:tt\-dlay Ii'tt , .I wl.o I be, htlli in
04- wded k a t2 =bs ow,
as e. .f.wi Ins e. low NW
h tat t laes of mUm 7t
ct sarn incharator Ioy Klled by Hi Frwand.
A Live Seueere.
Pr d tch to the Tbtem UnIon fom
d te thaleen, areae tri ecan tmged
a god et to de of inqthaig years, w accidentally shot and kll-
a wie cage, woithen, Rbert Te, a of
~f by tt d, that everybody kunws the hakerd i a
New ChureIin very early riser ad starts to crowl
meno to Dd a e nd his han which keep the crwas rei
WDearing that the laknown t a- several children not aware o thet
ptneI ehurch. Behindhthe moLeaws t rfrt th th t w loaded. It failed to
A ide b r pSnt-t m a of h o; Soy Killed by His Friend.
At ne ondayr meeting at Lun Pak A dispatch to the Times-Union from
te othe Distr it at pnbis too street LakelandO ys: Tuesday morning at
and that this situation s th a aiKathleen, Clarence Strickland, aged 15
many good itisaso d t o n iniat atty years, was accidentally shot and kill-
sad vice" an attempt is beilang made ed by his boy friend, Robert Terry, of
S o tthe sRev. Theodoe oValant, that pa. Young Terry had a gun
evagPolst, to ovetow fu a e et n man his hand, which he was snappin
Wsmhh- cM Belt the bM eO te to 0a-
S a e at several children, not aware of the
the Behi the fact that t wa loaded. It failed to
Sappl for artl of corporations friends. The funeral will be conduct-
semal ut ~d go off at frst; however, it finally did,
At In open air meeting at Lnaervs with the above renn lt. Great excite-
the other e eght the pintbples o the ment sooi prevailed, the unfortunate
aw denomlwi on were st forth, afair coming as a great shock to the
Ote of theof acm dig to the Wave people of that section. The young
lamer. Post, is t overthrow the "ble an was extremely popular with all
wThe Ra Mr. Vlint was the prictne with whom he cgme in contact, and
pl ker and perm strit the people to epit or the Tamp Postoce were
d epon n P ei otthe popletoOn his untimely end is mourned by no
of the labbatws one more than the one who took his
It was announced that the new et life, the boys having been bosom
will apply for rticles of incorporation friends. The funeral will be conduct-
ely u n the austmn and that survich ed this morning at 10 o'clock, ingter-
for the members will nt be hld In ment being made in Socrum cemetery.
any partic ar bilnd sn. Ot of doos9
ll bwll be ured atus o often ape Government Revenues at Tmpa.
sibe. The meeting recently beld was (Tampa News.)
the second of a to be given this (Tampa News.)
summon e. For the fiscal year beginning July 1,
The Rev. Mr. Valiant was the prinGci 1907, and ending June 30, 1908, the re-
pal speakers tad his strictures upo cepits for the Tampa Postoffe were
the singers and the .games Just
condition were e dy of greater than during any previous dis
audience gave him especially close at-
of the "blue laws" and declare the postofie. The n increase othey te t
church of the lture will offer its mem- year just closed over that of the pre
brme such attractions as are to be vious fiscal twelvemonth is $9,729.17.
found in amusement parks such as the or a few hundred dollars greater than
one in which he spoke.. the receipts of the month of June ust
"Misret merrment and omilin, w h e o $9,11015. Re
ligion of the future." the Rev. Valiant celpts for the scal year ending June
sid. "As in the olden times, men wat 30, 1908, were $117,635,59. Receipts
women wtil be won back to God froa for the year ending June 30, 1907
depravity and crime a j out s gath- were $107,906.82.
erWing as thisbL. There will be the Internal revenue receipts for the
dancing women, the cymbal plsaer. fiscal year just ended are not as
the singers an the pat. gta s Justly ra t acosed they werevious ones.
there were in the days of Moms and Thetheted to
pthyed to inghth peopda oMto M ge ati
olomon. Morbidity ad solemn tyrei e present year R ey amount
the twin children of mother evil. $784,964.66. The year before they
Crime s hatched where mirth s not; were $881.338.31. The shortage is
depravity bourishe G i the shades of $96,373.65.
secretiveness. Custom House collections are short
cThe old bell of tee old neligton, with this year $152,168.07. Receipts for
wits ham yu milte and from the fotscal year ending June 30, 1907,
poras aof which mobidity s d fear were $1,722,522.43. For the fiscal year
thing of the past. It was adroitly em- just closed they were $1.570,83.36.
played to frighten people into the
hborch. Today the modern religion Southern Racing Circuit.
doe not pry pon the fears and Ig- (Jacn is expectsonville etropolis.)
noran the moo te people. It forys Gods
Slove and the betterment of humanity or the puomorrow from S avannah.ckson
It bds you come to church with me- ville in a circuit compoarried of several
laims of o. t president feat cures as in oean the leading Southern cities fora
whundaich you y ornin-mile and roigt te forty-day meets, n which the best
portals of which morbidity nd fear horses in the country would be en-
aver bdoes not wantshed. tered. Mr. Brown, a well-known
"Thim cwitrch of te utur that willSavannah yesterday, but would not
make the most converts for Gods'
cause and the betterment of humanity
is the church that will ofer its mem- If the plan is carried out it will
bers such attractive features as we mean the bringing of a considerable
fnd in the park this pleasant July amount of capital to Jacksonville, and
Sunday morning-music and light and also prove an advertisement that
harmless games and the laughter o would be far-reaching. It would draw
joyousness. thousands of wealthy and desirable peo
"My friends, be not deceived. Our to wealty and dr ab ino
Lather does not want us to approach p i
him with long faces and dowocast Savannah yesterday, but would not
cashier. Capital stock, $15,000.
June 19, 1908.
Wilson and Parker Company,
sonville-George M. Parker,
dent; A. D. Polk, secretary and
urer. Capital Stock, $15,000.
June 19, 1908.
Greenville Tobacco Company, Green-
ville-T. J. Redding, president; M. A.
McDowell, secretary and treasurer.
Capital stock, $100,000. Filed June
Madison Cou-'y Abstract and Real-
ty Company; Madison-Charles E.
Davis, president; R. M. Rowe, secre-
tary. Capital stock, $2,000. Filed
June 23, 1908.
Over Thirty-Five Years
In 1872 there was a great deal of diarrhoea.
dysentery and cholera infantum. It was at
this time that Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy was first brought into
use. It proved more successful than any
other remedy or treatment, and has for thir-
ty-five years maintained that record. From
a small beginning its sale and use has ex-
tended to every part of the United States and
to many foreign countries. Nine druggists
out of ten will recommend it when their opin-
ion is asked, although they have other medi-
cines that pay them a greater profit. It can
always be depended upon, even in the most
severe and dangerous cases. For.-al- by Ti-
Large Pear Shipments.
Sixteen car loads of Le Conte pears
is the record so far made by fruit
growers between Pensacola and Flo-
maton and from reports and indica-
tions this number will be doubled be-
fore the end of the season. In addi
tion to the pears being shipped to
the northern markets several car
loads of peaches and a number of
cucumbers have been sent from the
same section, though the cucumbers
have not done as well as expected.
Large pear orchards were planted
several years ago, but each year here-
tofore the trees have suffered from
the "blight" and as a consequence but
little fruit fit for market could be
gathere.l. This year however, there
has been a fine crop, and the owners
tf the or, hard are shipping in large
lu;intities and obtaining good prices
for the pe:rs, wtlich are the lines'
irown in the south.
While the, section north of I',Pn.-'
cola has been sending out pears, that,
'.t I P'-n.saas t Ias bee,-ti shla Iii;i-
2::.tli' 1 'l 1a ; I" f. t i 'l l,' S w att'ler :: tIll -
t( njarkft. 'U p t" !:i.-t II:u lt I! 41 '.-
Sthan '..9 ca: tl.a' tha-I Iass. through
Sl .s'l o .er thl- 1.. A N. tor V:atri.n.
i,;iInts. an-I this is Ti t he le -iiinii.
*: til* .-hlip:ll0':ltS w hi! b !l a;l t tal tel '..
It Reached the Spot
each cvity an!sI th'ii- lst' -. lae-.e-s inll th, Mr. IE. litiimpi br.-y. wlis', ,%% is :he rL:. .i-
-,,-al -oirt, itt 4 )useat ) a ,i s- I i.- er t. us t ,-
'- county '.o ajuhli be ersttcii. %it~.IBr`Owu Itlit- %thssm ( 'tv011v I'tclphouu, I 'e. ;v, w
st ateb that t bo-Se who 'ate be hi n't him li' t t lie II. telt'T-lph.'i- S e4e.' Pf lI kv 'u titv
S, P ).&' iof Dr. Kiiita- N 1)s~a-elv..a : --It
woul.d1 Sl~it-ens a great deal of eal xvjuI1c i l Ills vlift- ..,(.At I. I t Isk it di4
in v eh pilave ch('lot'5 tor the purpose It se"ried tto mich tlht iit-thc' ve'ry wat '4
't* cuIaugh-wh ea ewh iythil-- ig eles faitlt-d."
up tracks i u 1s. Kiu; New Dim-i .etv u tieit --n',v re-;t-ls
ho ii ec..ssit iesofa irst-class q.J the. r-ic hIsiht it h.ls t he r-N'i~- sltI,.
UAT mILA GAMUY
i p-t s.... eus Ntro T nt, ra e
lr se. a. rkno W
KlP TIim Me, 1iw
New corporations filing papes with
the Secretary of State at Tallaha-see
were: Jacksonville Floral Company,
Jacksonville-James H. Payne, presl;
dent; A. N. Duncan, secretary. Capi-
tal stock, $15,000. Filed June 15, 1908.
Pensacola Hotel Company, Pensaco-
la-J. H. Muldon, president; F. F.
Blngham, secretary. Capital stock,
$200,000. Filed June 15, 1908.
Leslie E. Brooks Co., Pensacola-
Leslie E. Brooks, president; J. D.
Waters, secretary. Capital stock,
$10,000. Filed June 18, 1908.
Bank of Floral City, Floral City-P.
S. Cooper, president; L. J. Cooper,
Nexp tdie -4+iitl.t-ineri albo)4P. Iidit. un- THE RUDDER PUBLISHING CO
dlertook to take tlh.- oil frmii four of 4 MUMMA 5?ALET NEW VOr4. U S. A
1hio whales. tho- halasiwte of tht. iiino' '
,,hich w.:sho-J a ;slior(. twitig work-d .'''i
by a pai-t'% fri 'iINew Aniis a.
,11t. blut-L %% ;\ as w fr l.t th
.~~L1.:aIII* tiifl. to-a Ik,.~t (Jr1.ig.- .1
(),ze t~i~l hIt. I; sai-i t~lar ful!v-N
as iticuh oil w Iab aS~~'t' i
ilig to tlt. Iv i11pope ,It' li~t '-S 'ui hazi'!-
lili It. FERI?'9S
The i o ill be Thj;%ije l's \..2 smog
Yoik text week.
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Fe's Seed An "a ma Ue19"
Diarrhoeu aRemedy W would Have"Iti- -,&II IL
Saved Him $100.00 o. M. EUmVa &M kias km.
:h~ii 1I11 tH~kKILI mTH cCOUCH
rI..I;.I. I .t'iIri .t. i 8 AS s N CURE 'I'.8 LIINC8
I ;,a- 'L %I tl I V ii hsI I :I!tks1,
1 K ..ti I : t'# iU. I A I 1 s4 hI s
311-1 Dim r~i...-a liviii-d% %%',I:. h -,w 11-- "'10111111 I L H C OH
WITH Dr. King's
~a nrta I uANo w :....
STAT cOCIAULm aSUT. -- ,
lWket is Named tfo the Na eWember
(Manatee Reord.) Mis
The state convention of the SoauM It YI -I m i
party of America came to an cd st op
irday evening at Manatee. They drew ems ad (the maul
up a state platform which sets forth
their principles, formed a state ticket rhal
to be balloted for at the elections In A I l
November, and pledged themselves to _wlkW ( =
the support of the natinaat l Socialist
The state ticket is as follows: a,,-
for presidential electors, E. D. Bar-I
ker, Manatee; C. E. Post, Jackson-
ville; W. H. Lee, Pensacola; E. C. l
nth, 0caa; J. J. Collins, Osona. on orword woa-
For representative', in congress, C. C. has caused the break-down*, Vrt
A. Prescription will be found mete fe
Allen, St. Petersbag; A. W. Jackson, I, building up t oe street Se -
Jacksonville, and George R. Smith, the womanly functions. sbduin M
Pensacola. For goirnor, A. J. Petti- M iiof th l eal y ,
condition ofte whole syste.
grew, Manatee. For secretary of state, A book of particular wraps eadh bett
i giving the formula of both& m- lae am
A. C. Sill, St Petersburg. For state guotig whot omr of elmboth
treasurer, A. B. Kimball, Ormond. For icl authors, whose works are coMahs
by phyticiams of all the scboob of
superintendent of public instruction, by pud icin prescribing. of ehoo.
Mrs. S. F. J. Finn. Eustis. For co gredient entering Into thm- --sedl
The words of prain bestowed on6do
missioner of agriculture, Chas. F. evera d prgraedi entrig towl D m
Schneider. For railroad commissioner Pierce's medicines by such writer shboi
J.Clark Beach. have more weight than any amoet of
Jon profewioual teutimonials. bsk
such men ar writing for the gu ds
The World's Best Climate their medical brethren and know whe f
they speak. *
is not entirely free from disese, on the high Both medicnes are nmo-aleohol,
elevations fevers prevail, while on the lower secret, and contain no harmful haut-
levelo malaria is encountered to a crter or forming drugs, being composed of glyeAic
Ie- extent, according to altitude. To over- extracts of the roots of native, Ameileam
come climate affertions, lastude, malaria, medicinal forest plants They ar beth
jaundice. bilioosne, fever and ue, and gen- mold by dealers in medicine. Youe ot
eral debility the most effective remedy is afford to accept as a substitute for oWS cI
Electric Bitters, thegreatalterativeand blood these medicines of known compo itles
purifier, the antidote for every form of bodily any secret no;trum.
weakness, nervousness and nsomnia. Sold Dr. Pierce'sd Plllets. small. sugar-coa i,
under guarantee at the Banner Drug Store. easy to take as candy, regulate and t
Price 50c. vigorate stomach, liver ad bowels.
Taxation of Express Companies. gO YA .
Wednesday afternoon Judge Jones
granted a hearing in the case of the
Southern Express Co. versus the city
of Miami which was brought about by
habeas corpus proceedings instituted
by Attorneys Price and Rand, counsel
for the plaintiff. This case arose from Anmy me1 a111 hi ml
the failure of the Southern Express VI sonaJ P as
Co. to pay a license fee of $100 as ns '~is Jtu
fixed by an ordinance of the city. a"? tame itIf
Last December the Judge of the tiilh
municipal court ordered the arrest of W
the official agent and he was given a of any
hearing but a stay of proceedings iMlft lf
was granted and the case was drop. i :l~ mr I_
ped for the time being. When Mr. -
Stubbs left here and Mr. Brown was 74, .fM r I abu Sd of/ Ydct and BwJI
appointed in his place, the matter Bass sy FHcuks ere, Ash:t, d.
was again revived and Mr. Brown had RUDDER
to appear as a dlefend at in the suit. H "/'l BOOKS
After hearing the arguments of the HOW TO
Over o o .,- h.iv- Leen t'uihltv insthe lkwe
city attorney anti that of Mr. Rand. Or inted ,.n r:. ;.. u&I tuiu, uhedk in
Judge Jones declared that the city every ,irle "IJ ,;,, e,,rv sa -ulFl dd.ld
drj'Ainr.. I 'a .i -r "i ^ hat It i ais
had no right to form an ordinance how tou 11e *t- I i c';;;.ii u;pie.
that would levy a tax on the business now TO BUILD A RAcZt roRn se
of the express company greater than ,,.','..... .. ...-
that fixed by the State law, and he MOW TO BUILD a S IPJACH
then ordered the release of the agent. .n.., . . ..... 'i ,, r...* ,
What the Whale Oil Brought. MO... W ..LD , ,L..,., .
itriir 'r ,, \ * ..i t r ,,,i *'. j to ^u .
(Daytona Gazette-News.) ......
HOW 3o JIT O A MOrtOR LAUNCH
The company composed of J. D. .. ,. .....,,
Maley, Elmer Oliver. J. C. Pettepher. Mo""w .' . ;O a nocsoT
.OW TO l'-t,.O A KNOCKABOUT
and Capt. S. Bennett has completed a in i . .4 . . ....i-
its labor of extracting sperm oil from MOWTOBUILD A SOAL.DRAUGHTSLOOP
four of the sperm whales which A. i.I. -~ ... ..- ..t. . -. ..,I-
stranded on the beach near Mosquito now To BUILs A FLAvTIs OR sAnPICS
Inlet about three weeks ago. About .*'' i *',.. ". u.r
-J k t i ,.. . -,' .... n o ry
2.000 gallons of oil were secured. Mar- now TO BUILD A ,OGCL YACnT
ket quotations from New Bedford, ,, "', .. -*,,. ,,,,,
Mass, show the oil to be worth forty- P E EAC
eight ct.nts a; galloni-this is ;in aver- PRICE I . EACH
PtLP,.. tV .I zPflrI ANYW*.sNL
age' an, inclhlt.ds all grades.
As pr \viou.sl' toll in thi. (t;/zette- . .. . ... l. ... ....
* ';- . .
* m a rn -- -- ^^i B
w ealarlrsOe, ea,,a ess a&a ,
SiH iBD E Y AY MOENINE
otber aOdin's arithmetic is bad.
If twewere only 706 qualified reg-
ed vowOters why was thbeecemry
m-thi d to call the election placed
Spreading Flimsy Reports
We understand that reports have
been circulated down the rivet that
if the county site is retained at Ti-
tusville that an expensive court hous.-
costing $25,t0o r $;0.tMk would fol-
low. This report no doubt was put
out to influence people to favor a
change of the county site. but it
F9, V. *,aw
The Western Federation of Miners
bha lot twenty thousand members
darig the past year. Ill advised
arikeb resistance to the law and vio-
1ne have been the chief causes.
The convention just held minified a
dsire to embark upon a more peace-
tul program. The failure of a vio-
lat policy hasseldom been more em-
A Republican contemporary calls
the predisposition of laboring men to
vote for Bryan bl ngatitude to
Mr. Rooevelt. It is not apparent
thatMr. Roosevelt is a candidate,
ad it is equally plain that the em-
plyer' association nominated the
Republican convention. The labor-
ib man who expects that the Re-
p Yllm party, if in power, will show
. tbr fairness or favor needs enlight-
Hon. James E. Alexader, of De-
Land, was in town Tuesday and paid
Tax SrAa office a very pleasant call.
It is very well known that our Vo-
lusia county friend is very close to
Governor Broward, and in reply to
our query as to the proposed call for
an extra session of the legislature as
mentioned in the Jacksonville Me-
tropolis a few days ago, we are pleas-
ed to quote Mr. Alexander as saying
there will be no extra session. Mr.
Alexander is a candidate for speaker
of the house in the next legislature
and has assurances of large support.
fte says there is no question but that
Hon. F. M. Hudson, of Dade, will be
the next president of the senate.
Jeems Alex has just returned from
the Denver convention, where he was
the leader of the Florida delegation
that helped nominate W. J. Bryan.
Has Set the People to Thinking
We learn that the article published
in THE STAR last week under the
heading of "How the Deed Reads"
has set a good many of the down riv-
r people to thinking seriously if it is
best for them to favor a change of
the county site?
In the event that a change is order-
ed and thevaults and cells are to be
moved, there is every probability of
injunction proceedings on the part of
the Titus heirs (two lawyers in the
family) which woutd throw the coun-
ty to an expense of a $1,000 or more
for attorney's fees and perhaps two
years' time to secure the decisions of
the circuit and supreme courts of the
state. Granting in the end that the
county would win. there wouh! lhe a;
expense of several thousand i dollar-
taking these calls and vaults ,.i,:\':
and moving them. A doa t:ed "i.e
and $5.000 would not more than rne't [.
this actual expense. Adh to this ie
cost of a $10.1N00 jail. a $15~i41.t court
house and we can see at a glan.te
where the taxes w,,uldi piile t'p li:
.'ears to c,'rone. The |i;bseni caa'.'rt
house is in good .i ape. the clerk'.-, ,'-
tice mntof the best in any of th .
smaller counties of th,, .-tate andl trhe
present jail c'an he made a< gtood a.'
new without any increase ,.of ta~;ation.
the iddle and south end the
There ar oly two ways by which
money for a new court house could
be raised. Firstby bonding, which
would require an election at which
bonds would have to be approved by
a majority of the voters of the coun-
Second, by the commissioners levy-
ing a building tax for a number of
years which could not be done until
they had given a thirty days' notice
through the newspapers so as to get
'the sentiment of their constituents
upon the piopustion.
So the report that Titusville would
move for an expensive court house
falls fiat and should react as a boom-
erang upon the parties who circu-
We have it on reliable authority
thkt at the meeting held at Cocoa on
the night of the 21st to get subscrip-
tions for erection of county buildings
at that place, should it be chosen as
the county site, that instead of $25,-
000 being raised, which would be the
amount necessary to save the tax
payers from extra taxation in case of
removal of county site, only a little
over $5,000 was promised. To be
available this amount should be
placed in the hands of the county
treasurer prior to the election.
The law requires that if the county
site is changed the county commis-
sioners shall as soon as possible erect
a court house and jail at the place se-
lected and the county commissioners
could be forced by mandamus pro-
ceedings to tax the people for this
purpose, and under an act of the last
legislature they could impose a spec-
ial tax for five years to erect these
In the case of the change of the
county seat of Baker county from
Sanderson to McClenny, C. B. Mc-
Clenny entered into a bond by which
he agreed if the town of McClenny
was selected as the county site he
would at his own expense erect the
county buildings within six months
McClenny was selected, whereupon
Mr. McClenny, instead of putting up
the buildings himself, brought a writ
of mandamus against the county
commissioners to compel them to
perform the duty laid upon them by
the statutes of erecting these build-
It is essential to add however that
in this suit the court decided the elec-
tion was invalid, but the law will ap-
ply to like contests in other counties
Letter from J. D. Crabb
Lake City, Fla.. July 21. W1lS.
EalitorT 'rl ILD, R i STARB .
I have just returned from a two-
weeks' visit in South Carolina, where
I spent my happy b ,yhood ays. (in
Marlborough and Marion counties
meeting many ,hi friendly and rela-
tions. In these counties will nbe found
the finest farms and the miost moI,:rn
ideas in farming lo ie found in tlhe
Metropolis was informed
most authoritative source
governor will return from
Denver next week and will soon
thereafter issue his call for a special
session. The source from whence
the above comes leaves no doubt as
to the governor's intention, as it em-
anates in a positive statement made
by United States Senator Milton to a
citizen prominent in Florida affairs
and who in turn gave the informa-
tin this morning to, the Metroolis.
"As Senat,,r Milton is Governor
Broward's c!,sc-.t political ally in
Floriia, his stat.:,!et. i- entitled toa
Ul'.ti' all iP r ei', t I lt tlt'W
"Governor lin'. ;rdi. it is said. wil
draina' ge il"w;.tS-z t. a'-in h- wi,! 2 ,-
""'tia : : I' ) : : -
mna y law -a'i t nr. *> ,-> t ;'ati:-
cal i.i e-xi "' et "l e.
"W hi e i o ). ,
I' i', i ii i. i t :' I t I. t!
tla i' sio na t,-'"-. L S a" .
b t1.S1 1 '1 0. .
S'Vtv ei I IIt $t ; at a )II f a2 .! : a ll r -.
it is v~'!:. ,t;a'', ,..., '.\ n that th : ..-
tarf th:vta**-:tftt-a *f x -.m tma ntian-
hery a)1[. a. ... f :,'e: :,-
tto ''s oll tr i .-'. 't t. '. ', -
taiiled ~ t n. t '-.a:L. i an. ti, anj i- n:
wh!+!..' i- a o~' :
leadinir t o sm, at, A ii. ph lr,,hi ti,,,.
" -\raus or anytwar making btfu!!J
then.acity, a h,,, as 'ta s '.i,,r.
tblit it wiil bring. d,...vi ,,*i his h<.ad
s;'vere condemntinttion r,,i all part--
of the state as the ,lew lrmi.-Jature
will meet next April and tuere is no,
cause for any iaw\ making b-fore
The Thrd District Trouble
Unfortnate indeed is that politi
cal wrangle in the third con ssi-
aldistrict of Florida. Itis the re-
sult of two popular candidates run-
ning so close for the nomination and
of each candidate having friends in
the congressional committee which is
to decide the result of the close pri-
mary vote cast.
It matters not how the contest is
settled by the committee, it will cre-
ate asperities which may live long
and be damaging to the best inter-
ests of the Democratic party. The
contention is that irregularities were
practiced or allowed in various coun-
ties, and an effort to throw out a
few votes, which may change results.
Big majorities are always best for a
party. No candidate likes to be de-
feated, nor will he be if he and friends
can prevent it, and that is just what
is the matter in the third district,
and the finality may be two Demo-
cratic candidates at the general elec-
tion in November. Though unusual,
it would perhaps be the most satis-
factory way of settlement. This
would determine the most popular
candidate, as the vote to be cast in
November must be straight and cor-
rect, as the United States govern-
ment exercises a certain controlling
influence over elections in which con-
gressmen are voted for, and woe un-
to him who attempts to violate the
The first and second districts did
the thing admirably by each having
only one candidate before the pri-
maries. All Democrats regret the
squabble in the other district and the
future bad results that may grow out
Talk of an Extra Session Again
Governor Broward will call an ex-
tra session of the legislature. This
is the information furnished by the
Jacksonville Metropolis of last Sat-
urday, which says:
"In utter disregard of public opin-
ion, Gov. Napoleon B. Broward, fac-
ing certain political suicide if he does
so, is determined to call an extra ses-
sion of the legislature in order to
carry out some of his pet schemes
and incidentally to pass a law cor-
recting primary evils and one to reg-
ilate the saloons.
At a meeting of the board
ty commissioners in and for
county, Florida, held July
and 8th, 1908, the valuation.
by the tax assessor on the i
described real estate were
Unknown N's of Ni of
Garvin grant, section 37, 1
20 S., range 34 and 35 E., a
Raised from $1,000 to $1,5U0
Unknown S. of Ni of Will
vin grant, section 37, towns
ranges 34 and 35 E., acres 50
ed from $1,000 to $1,500.
J. S. Snowden. Si of Ni
( les 2A. as Des. in deed boo
13~)) and strip 33 ft. wide or
of SWi of NWi, as Des. in d
W. W.. page 35. section 6.
22 S., range 35 E., acres 40.
from $200 to $250.
fC. W. Griggs, personal, rai
5$11 to $40.
J. L. Crawford, part of
part of NM of NEt. as Des
book Y.. page 32 and M. M.,
section 22, townshipl 241 ..
K., acres 32. Raised from
C,. H. P'acocek. part of
lKs. in dt'ed look X X. paXy,'
it 2. township .21. rai,
te'IC. S 15. 1 i .a.! frITi .S71Ni
I ut!i-< Sav\,' r. part of SK
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.a -e< :a .i* .>."oi tao ;oon
,.\\ ; ,,. ian s< ia..an t fi n t ir.ta
*>f .\i;.iu-t It, lo,.. at 2::"i, ci.
t,, he i.any tll .rteal.- tltat th,
ltt a' s of the albIo \del..er
-t aI- tay desire tm give
vaiuaionts tixad by tihe
c' >i rity Vcomnmis..ion,, s shall I
Satead Titu-s\ ille. F'a.. .Ju!
t'o. Ciomrs'. Seal)
I of coun-
s as fixed
hip 20 S.,
k E. page
n N. side
Eau Game Is a CmdU
From the a Ganlie eewed.
As the county seat question is bR
fore the people and mst be settled
we have aspirations of oar own. En
Gallie is a candidate in this race ad
has great hopes of ultimate access
These hopes are inspired by the
expressed good will of the people in
all parts of the county.
There is no longer any doubt as to
the intention of the people to place
the county buildings in the center of
the county and Eau Gallie is geo-
graphically as near the center as they
can be located. Our natural adva
tages, high grounds, the very bee=
harbor, deep water and an extra
healthful location, which taken in
connection with the above situation
must appeal to the voters of this
county. Eau Gallie is easy of access
to all the people. The railroad
offers every facility in coming and
going that it does at Titusville, and
much more than is given to our
neighboring town, Cocoa.
The Banana river section' which is
destined in the near future to be a
thickly populated section, has every
access to this place, it being situated
right at the mouth of the river.
All down river points should favor
this place because of its natural ad-
vantages in location and for its good
harbor, the same rule will apply to
Merritts island, for all those places
are tributaries to this point, their
people have business at the county
seat and most of them travel in their
own boats, if it is located here they
can leave their boats in the harbor
and go about their business with the
assurance that their boats are per-
Eau Gallie offers advantages in
more ways than one that no other
place can offer and a full detailed ac-
count of these will be given in the
Record during the campaign.
-")r. Thumna.' Electric Oil in the best nlmr--
dy tor that often tatal disesse-roup. lHa
been, tIMl 'th 6ui ''eo. in ourmily fiy i eight
yea:-. --Mrs. I. Whita'rr, lluful,,. N. NY.
HEALTH VERY POOR--
RESTORED BY Pt-RLAA.
Catarrh Twenty-fie Ye n.rs-
Had a 8,1, 1t.-iF
M iss SophlaiKit &1-v.#n.I % A i
"I have t 1 in tr.ami.I. %%:t: A
for nearly ii-ilt '-. #. .
tried many ur. .;fr It. .: it.
very little h bdp.
k T h i.n l ly t or o t hlit or ..i v i i i t. -
Pertuna, and I did.
-MV heaMlth %3.lo at
I 'ioo-an taking. V. ri. i;a. td. a A
very aa're anti I t1 d., I. o.161 i
"Peruaahas cured am. Tha ihrybasa
calarr is gone arid =Y health is er'
tri. s l~wha o .re tr,)z '1-s I
PtRcYq ATA3LCis: ***** 1II
ter Lablets, rathe.- tha iv i.
fluid form. Su, -hpcl' A a m o lin r
na t0 -1,1 tp;, w hoich r.-oors--to-it tij.. ni-Alitol-
nal uzired ierat s 4 f V-i ,m dn:. Faoaim LA t
equal~i otie. oo. ra,ti. --- *- rV1'.; !;.t.
Man-a-Bin the Ideal Laxative.
Bishop Potter diedit Tuu 3 nigh
his summer home. Fernkigh. N Y
the age of 74 years.
Boy's Life Saved
My litilv Noy. (tiur %tr 1 -.
attackl afd cy~eatery W~hi a.;t
1"1111 .4)fthen& A cve l111W up W Ii .
mWIni (haiabeLaiiin Ioaijo 4 la.'. a Iri~
rhoea IMrouedy which tizre.i huia tilo t
that saved his li r. --WiallAu H str
('arlmouj Hill. Als. T'rhre ~, tio i .. i .11.m
rltoIdy ives the lia.." of MAlldV, 1017V. .,
ye r. G;ive it with 6,a.%t..r ..: J.. f I !)
plain prin t .ilf rthrtow i.-n .a .1. & .-
Fur sale bY 'Titust.-ii it, HIA- r11 1,
Notice of Special lWe t tw.
tertal 0 1 t' Ar'%eta rrara aA I I.b I
%itcv. )having b I...ai j.:1. -. *aa
July uiectauug a.1 tlit. too.ai.i '1I of
"ifoli erlool It i., *a iI.r. al *h.4" i.
At t ht' 1 U 141 ot#- I jr.. I : 11 i Ir- io
t lir 1:1 a.- ..itll -1
aTi o i~itial i aba i,:..%:;' a
Ia-I II it A I I a 1 I t-.I I .- 1
is-ol fromni --iai ta,-.ar I %T ,Ia. 1ii* a
t I I I -II I Ii I#
j'Ad. a 14 6a !%111' 1 111 la:4 f. I N,
l)t 1 an % 4 It at% h.aI! to Ilat..I IIa
ill (deed aaaamt1,-r sa teh va.al
*pagce -12. atl~ atlI a11).&T 1.Ia ,I)...
A112. SaW- I i6..)a-t-Ia. .'lt4 :! .
19 2.,it a.
I t kI
'AIV t l j I 1.: i
I-a)a" o I
-a I a, I a. I- I
1Leli a a1 r
f--at a i ,
: call'k Jb l a .- It, a.
lit~ ~ ~ ~ ~~I hil I l .Ia:.
-P .',. -
hoat ill) th lb.a csvewthtr llaf '11e01rv
C(ilurulmlia. I tamd I Ihvmni iL-4 w
h~irr,- tt i Z.roa bi-ck-Ltao l!aa:-idt vhtre
a t I
I'I f tI
iriv, St. t
a:l :r V IS L u.a 3.1.1c ~i a (I' lt. *a'c' r: v.'\
-ulic thedAlii~ j-!am11 the ca~oait? fli
o t, r tKa110 4 tat lt-Cobt tile
itata1(c)fa y t t 1)i'.t. I Itt. t I.,-i I
make 'a fre gift (if the nvvHsary
public buildings tob the count'?
I think the voters of t he Iower014o1
of the county will (do well to to stf~p
and deli berate. murs .trly.l
~Br~P~;O$a~!~r~-=Y~,i ':; 5
C:P- .' ". '
w WW ... .. -"e .- r
- r. S
i'iSim4 aboutr tbs-a
hLBt ote word against the
i ane spreme court.
B .hi not moe word denowWin&
W^ i bank notes and advocating
r w l back currency.
There not one word about gov-
earment ownership of railroads.
There is not one word about the
initiative and referendum-and it
was not so very long ago that Mr.
Bryan threatened in effect to drive
everything out of the Democratic
party who did lot believe in the initi-
ative and referendum.
There are faults in the Denver plat-
form, but it shows a very great im-
provement over the platform of 1896
and the platform of 1900. It shows
a very great improvement over many
of Mr. Bryan's speeches during the
last two years.
Without modifying any of the crit-
icism which it has made against cer-
tain planks, the World believes that
the committee on resolutions is en-
titled to great credit, that the nat-
ional convention is entitled to great
credit and that Mr. Bryan himself is
entitled to great credit for a defini-
nition of party policies which con-
tans so much that is good and avoids
so many of the disastrous blunders
of the pastL-New York World.
Help for Those Who Have Stomach
After doctorinl for about twelve years fora
had stomach trouble and spending nearly five
hundred dollars for medicine and doctors'
fee, I purchased my wife one box of Chamn-
berlain s Stomach and Liver Tablets, which
did her so much good that she continued to
use them and they have done her more good
than all of the medicine I bought before.-
samuel Boyer. Folsom, Iowa. This medicine
is for le by Tituville Pharmacy. sample
Srewminm In the Kitehen.
This really happened at a meeting
of clubwomen at Topeka. Kan.: This
dub had a new member who was said
to be so literary that she knew under
Just what head to find anything in the
encyclopedia, but she bad so far never
been on the club programme. Re-
cently a member who was to have
had a paper on Browning was absent.
uad Ahe chairman got up and said.
"As Mrs. Blank is absent, 1 will ask
our nirv member to talk on the sub-
ject." There was a flutter. Now the
members would really hear an intel-
lectual treat. The new member arose
and began. "While I did not expect
to speak on the subject this afternoon
and must confess to being a little rusty
on It, not having done my own cooking
for a number of years. I will say that
for pies and cakes I like a hot. brisk
fire and for beans a slow, steady one."
Gully, the Plunger.
A prire tighter named John Gully,
born and bred iu very humble circum-
stances. was so successful in his turf
operations, bookmaking and backing
L-rrses that he became member of par-
liament for iPontefract aud owued Der-
by winners and collieries. lis horse
Margrave won the 6t. Leger and t0S.-
000 ia bets for him. lie had a very
big gamble on the race. He won an-
other fortune of i:t.000 when his part-
uer's horse. St. Giles, carried off the
Derby. When his own horses. I'yr-
rhus I. and Andover. won the E-psom
classic he on both occasions netted a
very large sum of money. He was-
one of the most consistent pldltl.ers'
ever known on the turf. lie was uiar-
ried twice uand l;had twenty-four chil-
dren. Sir Robert Peel said of himu.
"Hle was the only member who liter-
ally fought bis way Into parliament."
A Restaurant Don't.
Those persons who eat in restaurants
learn many little bits of wisdom that
home keeping mortals are ignorant of.
Here is one of them;:
"Never," said the restaurant habitue,
"preface your order for a meal with 'I
think 1 will have this.' Especially if
you an in a burry don't think audibly.
It wUl take you twice as long to get
waited on. Besides lMwerg you in
the estimation of the waiter, rte iude-
cislon gives the Impression that you
haven't made up your mind what you
-. -A k ailvai vYOU time to
Tee xalted Taste.
A well known family In Catholic cf-
les, bleseqd with three very small
daughters, spent last winter in Rome,
where the small daughters were sent
to school. The family, being quite
hospitably Inclined, entertained quite
lavishly some of the dignitaries of the,
Returning to Phtladelpb*l they re-
eelved a hearty welcome, and among
others some of their priest friends
called to bid them welcome home. The
mother, always proud of her three
small daughter, seat for them to be
brought downstairs to see a father.
After awhile they came, the three lit-
tle golden haired girls, but they only
stood in the doorway of the Opacious
room and refused to come any far-
The mother, very mortified at such
behavior, said to the eldest: "Come
here. dear. Don't you remember good
Father -. who used to come and see
us from the cathedral?"
There they stood, the three little
blond tots. and. looking most disap-
provingly at good Father -. the eld-
est spoke. "We like cardinals." is what
she said.-Philadelphla Ledger.
Weekly Weather report.
JL'PITE, FLA.. Juiy 21. 90..
and rainfall for the week
'Ttal rainfall for the week .3; inches.
I pa:rture rainfull for the week auinuu. .,NI
3% inb ho's.
S T ,"le r.-' ir'l fo r .1 ine. .9 eLt.re'-e. .'v utinill
hlnt le, e. f,0 I Ore. 1'9 t 1 ill -I ye:m ..
1'. I't iiifai a. in.
,ttii 0! Ii: h r ..
: <':tSi ie fr ."ttrit I ll that l in .t t "* .urn il l1 3
ia (a irtl o e I- r It :el 11-a
F..1.('iltE v %. 4 < .. I'l';,-. T,,!eel,. (1.
\\',' t ," ii eler-i:n,',l hil.- kn,,wn F..I. (hat-
mi t !'tr ith la t I v.a.ir -. :, lid i ei i,. h uTi r-
. tnalla i oin, raT. l in: 11 lntl i b isi tra : t s. ctini!.
;atil li taia illny i t able te carry out any ioblig
ti.>- n>;hl" h'v lth tirtirin.
\Vir-T i "'TRtAX.
\v'l.il a "l t Druggi.its. Tohledo. ollhil,.
\\'1.DIN. K INN .N~ MARVIN.
Wl\Vedh- ith lDrcirugi-ts. Tolelt,. hlio,.
i |,i ; ( 'at.tr ha ii re i- ta kel ijlt':n:tlly. a'tl-
in ehr" t'f tv l I'<'l thite h<,,l taail luitnlletai. ur-
ot' t' the v-tfni. r e. 75.'. I r elettlc.
S.1hl h.v .ll 1 r mii ts. T '.tinionial.k tree.
Ihal!- FI'amily 'ills are the e(st.
The registration book will be oven at
the court house in Titusville. Y- anday,
the 3rd day of August, and will ue kept
open Monday, Tuesday and Wednedday
of each week until the second Saturday
in October for the purpose of register-
ing. transferring and restoring voters.
I wish to add for the information of
those wishing to register for the pur-
pose of voting in the county site elec-
tion, which comes off on the 19th of
A .....i m .ot I will Kha hliaedr ton clnan
_B" I I waba u
Sa amA ple to the "baks"
i P ah rmmsy mIt appre
Umf Someties ma= e when
WW URMtake to be fmeteos and
"Oak sesa" to a eaer wration.
A eoate phiradaa who has sn
mea than oa family E4xrirame the
satuad aument tmreas tare u en
matuis was reeotly called to attend
a weasa who has maployre him when
's med of a physiian for the last
twenty-ave yea On this particular
vTait e eDlod her mouth op a llinsial
thermometr and strolled around the
room whle It was doia Its work.
8topplng before a picture of Boa
Boaheur's donkey, he remarked in a
would be funny manner to tmh daugh-
ter of his patient. "I suppose this Is
mo of your tfrieds?"
"Ye, air," came the reply straight
from the shoulder; "It's our family
Great Thoughts ef the Anleenta
"Plato." said Socrate, "you have ob-
served, 1 doubt not, that we have two
ears and two eyes."
"Now that you mention it" quoth
Plato. "1 have."
"And but one toanu."
"Herein nature doth teach us that
we should bear and se twice as muc
as we talk. Is t not sor'
"But. my master." objected Plato.
"we have two ostrils and only one
mouth. Must we therefore smeU ev-
erything twice before we eat once
"Plato," Irritably rejoied Socrates
"anybody can make a flippant com-
ment that wil knock the juie out of
the wisest saying a phUosofher can
pull off. I wlab you'd cut It out"
On preparing the stuff for publica-
tion, therefore, Plato prudently cut out
his flippant comment.-Chkao Trib-
Notice to Teachers
Office of Superintendent of Public In-
struction of Brevard County, Titusville,
Fla., July 17, 1908.
SThe following is a list of text books
to be used as the basis of the Septem-
ber examination, 1908:
Orthography-Reed's Word Lessons
(25c.), aynard, Merrill & Co., New
Reading-Any standard author will
Composition-Maxwell and Smith's
Writing in English (75c.), American
Arithmetic-Milne's Standard (65c.),
American Book company, Atlanta, Ga.
English Grammar-Metcalf's (60c.),
American Pook company.
Florida History-Brevard and Ben-
nett's (60c.), American Book company,
and Fairbank's, H. & W. B. Drew Co.,
U. S. History-Field's Grammar
School ($1), American Book company.
Geography--Redway's Natural Ad-
vanced ($1.25), American Book com-
Physiology-Coleman's Elements of
(90c.), The McMillan company, Atlanta,
Civil Government-Yocum's Civil
Government of Florida and the United
States ($1), E. Painter company,
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price. J. R. WALKER,
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JLEVES IN ONE TERM.
Meet Be In SyAipathy With the Pee-
pie-Deolares Our Government Not a
O.e Man Affair-Favore Viee Presi-
dent Es x Ocleio Cabinet Member.
"But the presidency is the highest
position In the world, and its o<-cli-
p.ant Is an important factor In all na-
tional matters. If he Is a devout be-
llever in our theory of government.
recognizes the constitutional distribu-
ilon of Ipwers. trusts thoroughly in
The people and fully sympathizes with
them In their aspirations and hopes.
Jie has an opportunity to, do a splendid
work. lie occupies a vantage ground
from which he can exert a wholesome
Influence in favor of each forward
i .w e h
fee ar b y sad while the laboe of
the oace a&' exattl g ed tad amhttr
the eld of service is t Id, m .s-
ing r gratness by service, a pI!-
St the affeetion of hi fllow elit s
while be UIves and crat for him-nf a
permanent place In his naton'as b-
William J. Bryan, Democratic noml-
Mse for the presidency, has written
an artice for Collier's Weekly on "My
Conception of the Presidency." It
Teds as follows:
"The president's power for good or
tof barm is often overestimated. Our
government is a government of checks
S ad balances. Power la distributed
among different departments, aud each
41*dal works In co-operation with oth-
4ta. in the making of laws, for In-
taace, the president Joins with the
nseate and the bouse. He may rec-
ommpend, but be is powerless to legis-
late except as a majority of the sen-
ate and the house concur with him.
The senate and thq house are also In-
dependent of each other, each having
a veto over the other, and the presl-
dent has a veto over both, except that
the senate and house can by a two-
thirds vote override the president'%
veto The Influence of the president
over legislation i therefore limited.
Be shares responsibility with a large
number of the people's representative.
"lvea In the enforcement of law he
s hedged about by restrictions. He
acts through an attorney general whose
appointment must be approved by the
snate, and offenders against the law
msut be prosecuted in the courts, so
that here, again the responsibility Is
dlrded. In the making of Important
appointments, too, he must consult the
senate and Is of necessity compelled
S to exercise care and discretion. The
most important requisite In a pres-
dent, as In other officias, t that his
sympathy shall be with the whole peo-
le rather than with any fraction of
'the population. He is constantly called
epon to act in the capacity of a Judge,
deciding between the importunities
-of those who seek favors and the
rights and Interests of the public. Un-
ess hI srympathes are right the few
are sure to have an advantage over
the many, for the passes bare no one
to present their claims. They act only
at eleetios and must trut to their
representatives to protect them from
all their toes
"The president must have a broad
knowledge of public questions and the
ablty to discern between the true and
the false. He must be able to analyze
conditions and to detect the sophis-
tris that are always employed by
those who seek unfair advantages. He
must posesr the moral courage to
stand against the Influences that are
.- brought to bear In favor of special In-
terests. In fact, the quality of moral
courage is as essential In a public of-
filal as either right sympathies or a
"A president must have counselors.
and to make wise use of counselors
he most be open to convictions. The
president lh committed by his platform
to certain policies, and the platform
Is binding. Lie to also committed to
certain principles of government, and
these he Is in duti bound to apply In
all matters that come before him. But
there Is a wide zone In which he must
.act upon his own judgment, and here
be ought to have- the aid of Intelli-
gent, conscientious and faithful ad-
viaers. The law provides these, to a
certain extent, In giving him a cab-
inet. and the vice president ought to
be made a member of the cabinet ex
offlclo, in order, first, that the presi-
dent may have the benefit of his wis-
dom and knowledge of affairs and.
second, that the vice president may
be better prepared to take up the work
of the president In case of a vacancy'
In the presidential office. There ought
to be cordial relations also between
tlhe presldent and those who occupy
positions of Influence in the 'o,-ordl-
nate branches of the government. for
our governmnllt Is not a one man l ov-
ernient, but ;a government in which
thie chosen n'pri'sentativu's of the peo-
ple labor together to give expression
to the wilI of the voters.
Mrs. Brace when she heard him
ita would turn thte house around.
rest of lth l i'cht lie \would spend
In; thl' Irolit slo i.) finallyy hi,
fmor iIme. ainidI \vw, pinwiel uip the
table. The ihousie burned down a
while after that. and when Brace
a new one there wasn't any turning
JOKE ON A DENVERITE.
"Merry On-ha" For Congratulator of
Mrs. Longworth and Mrs. Leavitt.
Mrs. Nicholals I.ongworth. President
Roosevelt's daughter, told an amusing
story the other lday of her experience
at a reception ;1 few nights ago in Den-
ver when she stood in line beside Mrs
Ruth Bryan Leavitt. William J. Bry-
an's eldest dauihiter
There are two directly opposite rea-
sons why some people cannot obtain
credit One is because they are wn
known and the other because they are
A Golden Wedding
means that man and wife have lived to a good
old age sad consequently have kept healthy.
The best wy to keep healthy is to me that
your liver does Its dsty =6 days out of 65.
The only way to do this is tokeep Ballard's
Herbine in the house and take it whenever
your liver gets inactive. 50 cents per bottle.
Sold by Baaner Drug Store and Titusville
TIMBER TESTING MACHINE.
Device to Tell How Much Shook Struo-
tures Will Stand.
Bridge builders and contractors for
buildings which are Intended to carry
variable loads will find much of In-
terest in a unique machine designed
by the United States government to
help them to answer the question
which comes up very often. How Is
the strength of wood affected by re-
peated shocks? At the present time no
satisfactory answer can t, given. To
11l the need for Information on this
Important subject a special form of
Impact machine has been designed by
the United States forest service to in-
vestigate the behavior of wood under
repetitive loading, and it Is to be built
by the University of Washington at
Seattle. Wash., and is to form a part
of the forest service timber testing
station operated in co-operation with
This machine will be provided with
a 1.500 pound hammer which can be
dropped upon the wood specimens un-
der test from any height up to three
feet. says a forest service bulletin.
It is so constructed as to be both au-
tomatic and autographic. The record
showing the behavior of the specimen
under test is drawn on a long sheet
of paper which constantly unwinds
from one cylinder and rolls up on an-
other. This record is drawn by means
of a pencil attached to the hammer of
the machine. When the machine is
started the hammer is automatically
raised to a height previously deter-
mined, when it falls on the specimen
and continues to be raised and dropped
until the machine is stopped.
From the results to be obtained from
the tests made with this machine the
forest service hopes to be able to de-
vise more accurate and reliable methods
for calculating the stresses which tim-
bers used In bridges and other struc-
tures subject to repetitive loading have
WHY TURNING HOUSE FAILED.
Mrs. Brace Used to Keep Brace Chas-
ing the Front Stoop.
The recent statement that William
Reiman, a jeweler. has had plans
drawn for f revolving house at Bay-
side, N. Y., cause. much interest In
Chatham. N. J., ibecmuse the late
George Brace of deyersville, near
Chatham, invented a house of th re-
volving kind a long time ago. Wesley
Bond of Chatham, one of the carpen-
ters employed on Its construction, said
the other day:
"The house' was swung on a turn-
table. and thle table was turned from
the dining room. Brace was Ingenious.
and he combined the dining room table
with the wheel to turn the house
around, so that be could use the wheel
for a talale at meal hours iandt for a
whe*el when heb wanted to turn the
hoi., *irouund. Ilis idlea was to face
Ihe front porch :uudl stleu'ping rooms to-
ward the Ibreeze in summer and away
frori tlie winds In winter.
'"It w:l1 :1 great sulc(esst as far as
that f':iture went. but Brace found it
inlconveliic:lt. lh, would come home
somewhat overwrought at times. andi
Alce ami9e an& Aow, and the gallant
paes on to where Ms. Leavitt stood.
"Mr. Leartt,"" he said. "1 have
voted for your father twice, and I
hope to vote for him again."
Mrs. Longworth, who seemed to be
busy receiving the next In line. turned
and with a smile mid, "Consstency,
thy name Is man." Both abe and Mr.
Leavitt gave their congratulator the
"merry ba-ha," and he glided away
through the crowd.
Island For Caribeu.
An Island In Lake Superior has been
stocked with caribou. Caribou island.
so named because it formerly was
noted as a home for the animals.
again shelters a herd. Six of the ani-
mnals have recently been taken to the
Island, and it Is expected they will
largely increase in number. The cari-
bou were procured in Newfoundiand.
The berd on Grand Island, the original
members of which came from the' Ca-
nadian wild, Is attaining goodly pro
portions. There are no hunters to mo
lest or wolves to prey upon It.
Girl's Relord Swim l Mississippi.
Miss Lottle Mayer. a courageous
young woman with well developed bi-
ceps and a robust physique, swam
twenty-six miles in the Mississippi
from Alton, Mo.. to St. Louis the other
day, without missing a stroke to rest
In five hours and eighteen minutes.
This swim, it Is said, never has been
made before, except once. nine years
ago, when John C. Meyere. floating
much of the way on his back. covered
the distance in seven hours. Miss
Mayer's feet Is declared to break the
LOVE IN AN ART GALLERY.
American Saw a Painting, Found angl
Married the Original.
A romantic story of Harold Abbott
Titcomb. a wealthy American unilulu
engineer, who fell In love with a pic-
ture in the Tate gallery at London and
married the original of it the other day,
has been told in IALndon. Mr.Tltconhm
is a direct descendant of ..ohn and
Priscilla Alden. the lovers in Iongfel.
low's "Courtship of Miles Standish."
Visiting two years ago the Tate gal-
lery, he fell In love with the face of
the younger girl in Ralph Peacock's
painting "The Sisters."
So fascinated was he with the beau-
ty of-the girl that he wrote to the art-
ist asking for a copy of the painting.
Some time later be met at the artist's
house Miss Ethel Brignall, the original
of the picture and sister-in-law of the
Like his ancestor. Mr. Titcomb was
successful In his wooing. He spoke
for himself and married the maiden
in the pretty little parish church of
Beddlngton. The bride. In a classical
gown of white embroidered with sil-
ver, and the bridegroom, dark and good
looking, made a remarkably handsome
The bride's train was carried by a
tiny nephew. Roydon Peaock. the
original of Ralph Peacock's picture
"Roydon," exhibited at this year's
academy. Mr. Peacock's present to
the bridegroom was his latest painting
of the bride.
door to .ee what bad caused the Ital
lans to stamilede. There, I'.tide tihe
tb*rllnce.. Iny the cause ao all tlhe
l uror'e F'lazg:an's sixteenl pi,.i :4l| hIiatu
'tli' Ilili:ai:s had mistldlake.i 1 the Ir.)ji
bull fIor :mi.a l boh and the log (n vire, han
die fo(r a fiis. seo f citourse the laitgih
% :iS fll .Jih n.l
Soda Water Gas to Run an Auto.
John Carroll. an inventor of Plhilai-
delphi,. ilppleredtr recently in a1 ii intot-
ti,'l'ile propelled by ain engine drivel
iy a:ilronlic acid gas. I'arr',ll dlvt.
the ..ar uip a hill. stopping several
tiles ,on the incline and thl ena starting
again Whenl he got toI the top he
tIlrnl l arounlild land came down, then
ciriiell;v rigg:'ed ill for the *.xpelrimiiet.
Lilt tlh'r- ia\s general surprise :it th.e
I.'l1ilen I t ..4 of construction, and few
S. l dill the inventor's st:itmrli:ii:
Or io til.., little elgillei. li1 t' half .1i |, i
i ;',i ior lin:iry s.alp box., oliul (i|
,a ': ;:.*i I:. rsepiower. T'he nacilh ,
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VICTORS IN OLYM W-
New Clubmstes of ngemnond w P
p"d egwd Their TWms b
New YTek athettes m 1raly
Irih-imecarsn AthletCe eb ammbel
particularly have had a general Joll
cation over the news comeerana the
succea of John Flanaan, the hammer
thrower, and Melvin Sheppard, the
runner, in the first finals decided to
the Olympic sports in London.
While the wearers of the "winged
fiat" and m.:ny other close students of
athletics au:ticipiated tie victory of
Flanagan iu his favorite game, the
general excellence of Sheppard's work
In both heat and tinal of the i. P)
meter race was a much discussed
William 1.. Jones, a well known New
York devotee of amateur sport, when
he read the cable announcing the auc-
cess of his protege, said:
It only bears out what I've always sa:,l
about Melvlr.'s running. and his world'
championship in the 1.500 meters will be
supplemented by a victory in the 30
meters. which is the event he went over
to win. While I have always considered
him the greatest middle distance runner
I've ever seen. barring Lon Myers. I did
not think him uuite up to taking thi
measure of the world's best milers. as
he has Just done.
I look to see him put up a time per-
formance in the i0S meters. It was ter-
ta!nly a hardship for our team to have
such men us Sheppard and Halste ad
drawn against each other in the trials
I feel contdent our point column suffered
because of the seeming unfalrnes of the
draw. as Halatead's work in the Phllm-
delphia tryouts. where he did 4 minutes
1 1-5 seconds for 1.500 meters. seemed to
assure him a victory against ShepparJ
-or any other runner.
When Melvin comes home I will en-
deavor to have him assail the half mile
figures of Klipatrick-1 minute 53 2-6 sec
onds-and the 1.u)I yard mark of Myers-
2 minutes 13 seconds-which have with-
stood attack for thirteen and twenty-
seven years respectively.
At the Irish-American club's New
York city home there was open house,
and even the competitive enemies of
the "winged fst" were well received.
Patrick J. Conway, the. orgauisa-
tion's president, to a bunch of athletes
Interested in the success of the team.
individually and collectively, said:
While our men are showing up In fine
styltk boys, it's all for the good of the
stars and stripes and only what I ex-
pected Of course I rather looked for
John to duplicate his fne work at Tor-
rington last month, when he threw the
hammer 175 feet 1% inches, a world's rec-
ord. In all likelihood when be gets on
his native heath he'll get it out lS feet,
a distance Iv seen him accomplish many
times in practice. You know our boys
Intend to tour Ireland aftEr the OlympiL.
John Flanagan had a novel expe-
rience a short time ago as he was
leaving New York to compete at some
athletic games. Following the usual
custom of weight throwers, he carried
along with him his own weight. a six-
teen pound Iron ball. with a thirty-six
inch wire handle attached. On the
way Flaiungiin met some friends, and
they called In at a "cold tea house" to
enjoy a couple of tall ones.
Ileing painfully modest, John decided
to leave the hammer outside, so that
the folks Inside would not get wise to
the fict that he was a great athlete. A
fe\ minutes later along came a party
of Italians talking In their native
Suddenly from put of their midst
came n fearful whoop, and the bunch
scattered like wildfire, seeking places
of safety. One rushed Into the cafe
where John and his party were stand-
Igt anid shrieked at the top of his
"'iigga da bomb!" "Rlaik Hand!"
"Ituunn fast"' a
'With that he disappeared and was
up the street in a jiffy.
l"lnag.itafll ;aiiil his friends sted1l tIt
lreathiles's sl;ciice waiting for the ootf
of the building to be blown off. Ihut au.
no explodion came one ,,f tl,, miimb'l,
took courage and l'peepe! '" ,f tl'
The father aWd ruit Gr*aer
the Pridayr llne ol the S'emi vA '7 ,1t
voted to Agrlcultura soDan 'liri. Fruillt I,.v*
tlock.etc Tbe twopprr. (url l uper.rs:
Mall w. your *ulrcrlptilon
FlirThni llluJilcbmniini, Fl,.
There is no need of anyone aLt --
inK long with this disriv I,,:
htct a qui,.k 8- .:e I a r.,y :, ,,
sary to take a few doses of
Col, Cholera and
In fact, in most cases one d,,< is
suficeLnt It never fails and c-n be
rc;ied upon i'- the most severe a J
danLgeous carls It .. ....-.. -
w x l; -w a, a-,
drove to WIl wuatI
ie was ceaugt ta i
w hn e be l te i
trousers wie fn taflis b h s
spattered with =u41 MIS
a pair of pants &ad 0w 0 VI
the hired girl washed the etOr a@r.
WUhelmy went calling oe ftlt.
and when be returned he I" S
crowd In front of his brotber'sahe e.
'1he sight of his roll danglIMg a the
clothesline and the gaping crowd was
too much for him. and he collapsed
The girl had been in the United
t:ates ,only a few days and did sot
know It w.as money After she had
wailshed the pants she found the roll of
bills, which were chlely made up of
ones and ti,.s. i.ndl wih clotbespllin
fastened each on the line and left then-
Severe Cure Fer Prestratias.
"On these hot days I make the men
abut down every window and tnrn on
the steam beat." saki the owner o' a
big factory the other day. "I know
that sounds like a crazy man's act, but
it Is the only thing to do. Working
away as they are. almost stripped, the
draft from open windows does the men
more harm than good. The thing that
makes them feel the heat Is not s,
much the soaring of the mercury as
that of the humidity. Ninety-nine out
of every hundred prostrations are
caused bly the humidity By shutting
the windows to keep out the moist air
and by turning on the steam beat I
thoroughly dry that which is already
inside. The temperature i driven 5
to 10 degrees higher by this means.
but the conismluent dimnluutio of bu
millty more than counteracts tblh
Before I caught on to this scheme I
used to have employees prostrated al
most every day through the summer
months, and on very hot days I had to
shut down altogether. Now the mein
work on the hottest days. and not one
has been prostrated this year. I know
it sounds cnrsy, but you just try it and
you'll be :mr.Prised at the result."
National Cemetery on Der Island.
A new uialioial cemetery aual,,guu.
to the Arlington cemetery at Washing
ton Is to be laid out oa l eer island
according to present plans of theb wa
department, says a Boston di.patcb
It will be reserved wholly gor soldiers
sailors. officers and civilians who died
while In the employ of the Uulted
States. Many sailors who died of bshi
fever and a number of soldi,,r' who,
suecumnhed during the war of i 1.' an.l
the rebellion were burled on the bland
will save the mdys--yti s m e
days of misery, audeMe -i e eat
whatever he wishes. They psevest
cause the food to assmilste sad ser-
ish the body, give kees appetIte,
and solid muscle. ElegaUtty gar
Take No S.,b titrlte.
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D 1 iLY ANIl -i1;).\Y T 'l .TH,
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STEER HORN CHAIR FOR TAFT
Ranchman Selecting For the Purpose
Largest That Can Be Found.
N. R. Piowell, a stockman of Pet-
tus. Tex., went to ;an Antonio and
closed a deal with a local manufac-
turer of horn chairs for a special chair
to be presented to William II. Taft on
March 4 text, when he expects him to
take hii seat as president of the U'nt-
"My deal wlti the mu;nuflfacturert *
sl:id Mr. Powell. "is to, construct t
'li-lir out of hiorus which I will furniA.
I i:i. It will not In, lnectssary for hinm
to foi!!ow the instructions given to N,:th
whe:i litr Iuilt tlhe ark. lbut hoIh of i:s
rc',.'.:ni7e that an ordinary chair is outr
,of tlli' quesl-tionl. I have Just ll dliv.-rl
lii;i llt o p:;r oif l,,r:>-s .alo o it iiu ;sii
',ir'-lil focrt from tipi tio til)--tl:it wll
mi:ake tlie lma-k of tlhe i'ichair aliu ;i p"r-
tlimi of tile nr:ms : ianl iwi!! a-ith r iI,'
Ili oit le-r sp.'elmai:) I have soelhc.'d l1e-
t '':i S n:i Sl ti A ito i, l, t!i' l:ioi Ir;ralid
wI I .1 i. l th!i' i : .S- .\lla :lr a
i %* -al r \ i! I.. ;: c0 rn;. a 1 1 :1 laie',-
S"r ll I;. paw;s w\hic.h Sa.i Aintoiii li;as
lrovils l i aiihe n w .-,...l-- '.\ v ::.
w r,<'.li',: w itl. !!I. ir ,' ;-,*:! i 0: 1;: ;.ili
1i1 \\';tSli~litloll m w i! uit th s:mi!nC l!nil
i>" abl e i t> e!.j.y soil'" l *. ,'. o it','rlr s
.jf Texas. ;a 'rl ;i;o! i 1.*1 'ai lly IManu
icamiot fail to daily a;pp-re i;n. "
Taft's Favorite Flows'.
The l'v. .1. Ir f '
Ky.. v!"-e p '' i!a'iil iif Lh a:\\r:i,.' i
Protstlant ,M!nL..,ry, ti!n.;. wrot' to
Williamu II. Taft, the Rlepublitl. 'ino::i
inee for lipre-'!n.'! na-
nnme his fau,,rire flower Hle rec-.'ntly
rep'lved a roply th.it the white 'arna-
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'*7 ~~prnr u
4 ~ ~ ~ r ** .. -.-
OWW;' ,t .1
4 0 t* 4
4 0 a r it of Tr Free."
If Were JT eLd.
A. Ote, exuchaplal of the Kan-
so, IMeatr reformatory at
*ihmam, Lan., recently brought to
a maeestfl coacluslon a very inter-
ftlg contest A few months ago he
wart a letter to the various state
peal and reformatory Instltutions
throughout the country offering a
eries of prisee for the best articles
written by prsoners on the subject,
"What Is True Liberty. Its Value and
How Obtained?" There was a ready
* response to the Invitation to comptes
In this contest, and the prices were
awarded a few days ago
One hundred and forty-even manu-
scripts from Institutions in twelve
states were received by Mr. Gates,
and eleven prizes were awarded-a
frst praise of $25 a second prize of
$10, a third price of $5 and eight ad
ditonal pries of $1 each. No. 15,312.
Massachusetts State reformatory, was
the winner of the first prize, Convict
J. E. R., Alabama State peultentiary,
won the second, and No. 3,219, In-
diana State reformatory, was given
the third prise. The winners of the
first rank In the dollar prices were:
N. B., State Industrial School For
Girls, Beloit. Kan.; No. 4,177 and No.
5,018, Indiana State reformatory, the
three being given the same grade of
merit Other lustltutions winning $1
price were Ohio peaUtenttlry, North
Carolina State prion, Missouri peni-
tentlary, Iowa penitenttry, Iowa re-
formatory and Allegheny County
In explaining the manner in which
the contest was conducted Mr. Gates
sld to a Kansas City Star reporter:
"After the one hundred and forty-
seven articles were carefully read by
me. and some of them reread several
time, thirty-eight of the best were
copied on typewriters that the manu-
script might go into the hands of the
Judges In uniform style. And that
there might be no question raised by
any one as to the absolute fairness in
the grading of the papers a comp'-te
set of these copies was placed in the
ands of each of four judges, who re-
aide In different states or different sec-
tons of the same state, with the writ-
er's postoice address omitted and his
name or number marking the author-
ship of the article. The judges were
the Rev. J. Kent lizer, pastor of the
Trinity Lutheran church. Tipton. Ia.:
Miss Kate Smelser. a member of the
Alumni association. Earlham college.
Richmond, Ind.; Mrs. Cora G. Lewis.
Klniley. Kan., and the liev. W. It.
Gray, pastor of the First United Pres-
byterian church. Hutchlnion. Kan.
"After the work of each of these
Judges was completed the articles re-
ceiving ihe ranking positions as Indi-
cated by each judge's grading were
placed in the hands of the fifth judge
(eorge W. Witnans, ex-state superin
tendent of public instruction, for fin:tl
grading. I feel that this gave ano al
solute correct ranking of the various:
efforts of the prisoners and a good idc:i
of their several abilities. I believe thal
such contests not only hell, to develIoi
the mental faculties of the prisoners
but cheer their spirits as well. licnl<'it
ing, as it does. ti;hat there are plers4in
on the outside who are interested II
APPEAL FOR THE MULE.
*hall It Not Have a Vacation as Well
as the Government Horsa?
The postoffice department at Wash-
Ington having decided to allow all
horses owned ly it thirty d:ays vaca
tion, the same as its clerks and offlt
cials. and as numerous applications
have been received from among the
.39000 rural carriers for vacations for
their horse.. an Inquiry has been re-
ceived from Baltlmora as to whether
the government mule. from time im-
memorial a faithful and lo.ral servant.
is to be taken care of. LiPef (lerk
Conrad recently received the following
"Will you please inform the Balti-
more letter carriers it the vacation ap-
plies to the government mules of the
postofce of Baltimnor as they are
now haow a hard tiae."
It Is dert-od that the postmaster
e Batlimore has recently curtailed
vacation In his office.
W ^'jIa^Y w Is their j
t b wt l ck ite iioe a light
C.** t r h gel h l "and let
Strll tI naet btqM them as
A s: or vwM upoa tbo aract m
ierm tfew lers tle etas io ta d
tak tfrom It a mal of mall shedlh
er other Oay s fruit.
"Wvrywhere the a's surface teems
with animal and vegtable matter ca-
pable of mtaining Ufe."-New Orleans
A Broken Pidge
There used to be th Albany an eeen-
Ie ebaracted named Pete, who pledg-
I himself to be neither shaved nor
morn until Stephen Douglas came
Sthe presidency. He lid not kep his
Maolution however. One day John
[organ, a nero, who had acted as
urber for many governors and who
serlbed himself on a sign over his
hop door in Greene street as a "ton-
rial operator and capilary abridger,"
ad a slip pasted on the mirror In
mnt of his "operating chair" on which
* had written. "Douglas not elated,
at Pete's hair Is of."
The following was told by the grand-
aughter of an old lady who lived In
ae of the southern states and had
men known throughout the neighbor-
ood as one who had a keen sense of
he ridiculous: After a long illness her
nal hour was supposed to have come,
nd her children and grandchildren
gathered round for a last farewell
rhen suddenly she opened her eyes
ad, on seeing the mournful expres-
lons of those about her, remarked.
rith all her old time vigor, "The
watched pot never boils!"
To Relieve Burns.
For burns nothing is better than the
bite of an egg beaten to a foam and
nixed with a teaspoonful of lard.
rive drops of carbolic acid make it
A dressing that will prevent scarring
ad give immediate Allef is one dram
if bismuth subnitrate to an ounce of
baselinee with five drops of carbolic
cld. Before applying this, wash the
lurtace with a solution of one dram
t common soda to a pint of water.
Iqueeae this from a cloth upon the
ura, then apply the dressing.
Would Have Been Ineide.
Walter Scott and Morritt were once
n Gaigate, Bernard castle, where wua
situated the inn the Burns' Head,
which had a portrait of the bard as a
sign. Morritt showed this to Scott and
asked if it was like the poet.
"How long has it beeu there?" asked
"Two or three years" was the an-
"Then it's not like Robble," said
Scott. "Robbie would never have
stayed so long outside a public house."
Leisure is an obsolete form of kill-
Ing time. It once existed in large
quantities. It is now, however, a
thing of the past Leisure at one time
was used quie extensively to produce
statues, laws, legends, poems and oth-
er masterpieces. Its place has now
been taken by labor saving devices
that turn out figures, franchises, gossip,
doggerel and other quick sellers. Will
leisure ever come in again' Not as
long as there are things to advertise
In the meaitittile we are too busy to
write any ilortr' n lut it.
The magisntrate looked severely at
the ~umall. red faced man who had
I, eni sumi,
rcturn'ed his ga:ze without lahtchiug.
'So you kicked your landlord down
tair'?" said the umai.stratt. "Did you
ilua'Ine that was within the rights of
"I'll bring my league itn and show 11
to you." said the little man. growing
still redder. "and I'll wager you'll
agree with me that anything they've"
forgotten to prohibit in that lease ]
had a right to do the very first good
chance I got."-Youth's Companion.
How a Picture Is Composed.
In examining such a picture as Mun
kacsy's "Christ Before Pilate" or De
tall's "Saluting the Wounded" yot
are inclined to think that the painted!
siw the scene as a whole-that he ar
ranged his models and straightway pro
ceeded to delineate the scene on virgil
canvas. But. alas for this theory, wer
you to take a knife and counmenc
scraping that same canvas you woulh
.iud a pathetic record of figures one,
alive and now forever blotted out-th,
soldiers or the Pharisee who one,
stood prominently here now stands oL
acurely there. This tree or house wa
yonder. and yonder figure's place wa
once filled by a post or a detail o
Mahowry I M fto have heat
brought to angland by ir Waltr
Raleigh la bNuk t et to have mM
sInto gmeral u ntl 1173
bhe stumbled awkwardly ver a
"I hope you enjoyed the ttrip" h e-
Editor (in daily ce)- Bck
have you read my last editorial
"I hope so," was the crusty ply--
She (approvlingl)--Yo won her
He (rather glumly)--Hmpbl I pre-
sme so. I'm under her thumb.
The wives of Samese noblemen cat
their hair so that it stocks straight up
from their heads. The average length
of It Is about one and one-half Inches.
Howell-Wbat do you do with your
money? Powell-Give It up. HoweB-
I've beard that your wife is taller than
you are.-New York Pree.
There wer covered market create
In ancient England for the shelter of
traders, and they were generally to
cities where there were moaateries.
In putting up leather belting be sure
to place the hair aide next to the pul-
ley. It not only clings to the pulley
better, but will wear much longer.
The juice of the mulberry was at
one time declared to be a sovereign
remedy for gouty and rheumatic afec-
In 1731 Benjamin Franklin founded
the Library Company of Philadelphia,
which he called "the mother of all
North American subsription libraries."
Btella-Can you dress within your
Income? Bella-Yes. But it is like
dressing within a berth In a sleeping
Owner of the Coop-Who's in there?
Quick Witted Rastas (softly)--Taln't
nobody In heah 'ceppin us chickens.-
"What course is your boy taking in
college?' asked the Interested friend.
"A course of mental rest," confessed
the truthful father.-New York Preis.
Entering the hotel, he asked a waiter
what he could have for dinner.
"Roastbeeiambmuttona h- n," re-
plied the waiter.
"Well," said the hungry man, 'I've
never tasted it, but you may bring me
some and I'a see what it's llke."--Ln-
A man very much intoxicated was
taken to the station.
"Why did you not find some one to
bal him out?" inquired a bystander of
"Ball him out!" exclaimed the other.
"Why, you couldn't pump him out!"-
The passionate rhythms of "The Mer-
ry Widow Waltz" floated through the
office, and the boss looked up from his
desk impatiently. "Frederic," he sad,
"I wish you wouldn't whistle at your
work." "I ain't working sir," the odce
boy replied calmly; "I'm only just
whistlin'."-New York Preas.
"The easiest way to succeed, my
boy, is to give the people what they
"No, sir; you are very much mis-
taken. The easiest way to succeed is
to make the people think they want
what you are giving them."-Chicago
"What! Going to leave us so soon,
"Sorry, sir, but I must tell you as
'ow I can't possibly put up with the
missus any longer."
"But, Thomas," appealingly, "just
stop and think how long I've put up
She--Have you ever made love to
any one before?
lie-No, nevre. dearest-on my hon-
or. dou't you know:
She- WVel. run anay. there's a good,
dear fellow, and get some little prac.
ti, "-. "i y',U ,,:1'1 t Ile aite at ll well at
pr, ..,t. Stray Stories.
"'I .:n very fd ,of my home."
:r i.1ti'e that yolu don't stop
*..'I'tI' Imo a:se I anl so E) careful ol
S\\'i.: t has that to do with it.''
-I ,:~*u't want t!, wear it ut."-Ex-
Gcorz~-That wava nai awfully mean.
low down trick t 'ny plinyed ,on the
Evelyn-What was it'
(eor're They gi t a stencil out of
a shipping otflie and stamned on the
jewel trunk, "Glass Handle With
Starved to Death
is what co'lild truthfully hl ,aid tf ri:tny chi-
dr-.n whlt, ie 'rh y la;' worri-. i,.or liltti
thain:.--tli y dlo414 t k iw v. it id va-t lod i't r,.a-
lizet it. Ifyur c4hildl i r .,. 4 fretful, pasty
complexion anll I, -ici.. t : ;,r no apparent
reas-sn. give it White's <'r.eam Vermnifugt.
you will tw .. rlpris.d at th'- re -nlt- and how
..;.L-.1. i; ,t .we.. t i n .hlr hr ritusii ille. Phar-
The Kind You Have Awys Bogeht, amd which hm br
in usebr over 80 yeas, has. oee the agma ore at
and has beema-de mW Ar hb -
Snal supervrbieo srice t Itafltm
Allow no oe to deWeelv you satth
AlD Counterfelt, Imitations and "Just.-a-good" are bu
3xperimenm thai trifle with and endanger the health et
Intuait and Chbldrena--perience against Experime .
What is CASTORIA
Castert isa a harmless sbtitute Pfr (Cas~ Oil, Pamg
gorei, Drops and Boothing Syrups. It is Pleamm I1
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Nareote
substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Wom
and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhea and Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Coonatlaton
and Flatulency. It asimilates the Food, regulnat the
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural deP
The Children's Panaces-The ,Mother's Friend.
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
nBea the Signature of
The Kind You Have Always Bought
In Use For
Over 30 Years.
" m"nMi anm" m Wm o omn
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
STHE H.& W. B. DREW CO.
" JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
The Trade su pplid at the same wholesale prices
f. o. b. Jacksonville a charged by Spaulding on ship-
ments from New York. Save the freight
Send for Catalogue
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able. Once thoroughly infected with
these germs a fellow will have to
take them to his grave.
Presiding Elder E.I. Ley held (luar-
terly meeting in the M. E. church
Friday night. He was very much
impressed and delighted with the
church work. The report was the
be-et ever for this place.
We are sorry to hear of Mr. Jalma
Lapham's misfortune of losing his
residence by fire at Indianola Sunday
morning. The lire originated from
the flue in the kitchen. Everything
was saved except one or two pieces
Mrs. R. M. Packard and children
returned from Hendersonville, N. C.,
Monday afternoon, where they spent
two months. Mr. Packard states
that it is much warmer there than
in Cocoa--no breeze. That speaks
well for our breeze on Indian river.
Thursday of last week was Brother
.. j .. .. .. .*i r ..
Lifte Iiip ll ui s Ha t 1t a
up thl wly It mNp
Min Vollie Savage is wearing the
Sunday school gold medal this week.
Mis May Davis is expected to ar-
rive home from Palm Beach Thurs-
Philip Watton is wearing the Sun-
day school silver medal, second prize,
Capt. Sharpe and Mr. Beal, of
Sharpes, were visitors to Cocoa Tues-
Rev. W. W. McCord preached an
eloquent sermon at City Point Sun-
John Patterson returned to Jack-
sonville Sunday to resume his studies
at Massey's Business college.
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Grimes left
Sunday for Hot Springs, N! C., where
they will spend their vacation.
Miss Beth Bruner returned from
Georgiana Tuesday, where she has
been visiting friends for several days.
Rev. Hawk held services at Rock-
ledge Sunday afternoon. It is hoped
the doctor will preach in Cocoa soon.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. White, of Rock-
ledge left Monday for Lake Michi-
gan, where they will spend three
There was 66 present at Sunday
school last Sunday. Presiding Elder
Ley preached and held conference
Despite the rain and mosquitoes a
party went to City Point Sunday af-
ternoon in Mr. Lemmert's launch to
Mr. Cabot, who had charge of the
ticket office two months, left Monday
for West Jipiter, where he will have
charge of the F. E. C. office.
Lackland and Palmer Singleton
left Saturday for Atlanta to join their
mother and little sister, who are on
a visit to their brother, Willie.
Rev. W. W. McCord and wife left
Monday for Sycamore, Ga., where he
will conduct a five weeks' revival,
after which he will return to his work
The teachers met at the home of
Mrs. Gould Tuesday night. Mrs.
Gould surprised all present by serv-
ing refreshments which were greatly
F. B. Hamilton, who has been vis-
iting relatives in Tennessee for sev-
eral months, returned Saturday and
has resumed his duties as ticket
agent and operator.
Some people are still curious to
know who the correspondent to THE
STAR is. Curiosity killed a cat once.
Those that are still curious had better
ask Mr. Foster, perhaps he knows.
There is no hope for little Johnnie
Patterson. That is the doctors pro-
nonce his case of Cocoa-an-i-ty incur-
EAU OAT ,TTR
Mr. Noland, of Tampa, is visiting
in town for a few weeks.
Mrs. Ensey and daughter Fedora,
of Tropic, were in town Monday.
W. H. H. Gleason was confined to
his home last week with la grippe.
Mrs. Greek and son, of Cocoa,
spent a few days this week with her
Mr. Reid Stewart, of Jacksonville,
arrived Tuesday night on a visit to
Major Jordan received the sad
news of the death of his sister this
week in Michigan.
Mrs. T. J. Shave and daughter Al-
ma left last week for a visit with
friends in Kissimmee.
Mrs. Hilliard has purchased two
lots and a house from Mr. Roesch
and will move in at once.
Mrs. Treutler and niece, Miss Hor-
nig. left last week for Chicago for
the balance of the summer.
The teachers for the coming term
of school are Prof. and Mrs. E. E.
Macy and Miss Ruth Farley.
Miss Louise Majewski and sister
Alberta, of West Palm Beach, are
visiting Miss Virgil Singleton.
Mr. Comrad and two other mem-
bers of the East Coast Lumber &
Supply Co. wtre in town Monday.
News from Mr. Ray Redlstone, at
St. Augustine hospital. states his
rapid recovery, of which his many
friends are glad to hear.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Powell and son.
of Melbourne, returned from their
visit to Jacksonvile, stopping a day
or two here with their parents.
Masters Earl, Raymond and Gla-
dys Winstead arrived Saturday from
Jacksonville on a visit to their grand-
parents. Mr. and Mrs T. J. Shave.
Mrs. J. T. (arner, of Jesup, Ga..
arrived last Thursday for an indefi-
nite stay as Mr. Garner is employed
in the shops of the E. C. L. & S. Co.
Work has begun on the new addi-
tion to the school house. Contractor
Redstone will put a large force of
men at work at once and it will be in
readiness for the fall term.
S T & 1r 1 I .. -
Lee Baldwin has harvested about
$100 worth of fine hoey this year.
Mr. Peachey, who has been under
the doctor's care for sometime, is
Cartl ittfeldarrived home from
Atlantic City, N. J., last Wednesday
evening, asrprising his family and
friends, who are very glad to have
him home again.
The topic of the Sunday morning
sermon was The Motive Power, and
in the evening The One Talent. Both
sermons were fine and people who
had come a long way through heat
and mosquitoes felt well repaid for
Last Friday about a dozen mana-
tees came down the river and were
feeding along quite close in shore.
Their antics were certainly amusing.
Two boys went out in a rowboat and
attempted to drive them still further
in shore, when the whole herd turned
and made for deep water, causing a
great commotion in the quiet river
and a small tidal wave on shore.
Mr. C. H. Casper is building a
packing house on the river front.
Mrs. Ensey and daughter, Miss
Fedora, and Mrs. West spent Monday
in Eau Gallie.
Mr. Albert Mathers is putting up
a substantial wood fence between his
place and Mr. McAllister's.
Misses Gertrude and Annie Stew-
art, of Banyan, were guests of Misses
Schofield and Harrison Sunday.
Mrs. R. I. Jeffords, after spending
a few days with her aunt, Mrs. Scho-
field, left for her home in Miami Sat-
IV. THE SCHOOL or PeDAGoo(v-Teaching. YTIT-.* VJ arhti-r
V. THE SCHOOL OF THE BIBLE.-Study of
Gitl's word and religious culture, etc.
VI THI SCHOOL OF BUWsinEs-Book-keep
ing stenognapny, etc.
VII. THE SCHOOL OF DOM EsTIC S(CIE:NCEs-
Cooking. dressmaking, needle work, etc.
VIII. THE SCHOOL OF PRACTICAL AR1B-
(;ardening. dairying, poultry farm, etc.
Competent instructors will meet the classes
in the above named schools. Facilities and
apparatus have been provided to illustrate
and demonstrate the work in the several de-
The College Co-Operative Home offers ad-
vantages at reduced charges. We aim at the
In-st puosible education at the lowest cost tcon- ...-
sisteut with comfort, ucntni es and Mocial digi-
Fall term itKius tFptember :3lth. 190u.
For information and catalogues apply to
G. A. NUNNALLY, President
East Coast Meat Market EAST COAST LI
G. DUREN AGENT mh
I-- ,11M6 P And
Feed and Sale Stables
of all kmind
J. OSBAN, Titusville. Floridd
UMBER & SUPPLY CO.
Florida and U "uuiI UL U I JUIII11 I VIUUI 1Ui
Western SASH, DOORS and BLINDS, SAINTS
In fact everything to build a house. Write for
special prices in car-load lots direct trorn rill
of all Kinds.
0. A. STEWART
I represent some of the leading
companies of the world and any
business entrusted to me will re-
ceive prompt andcareful attention
Robbins & Graham Co.
Paid-l'l Capital f25.o00o
This company owns lands in the
Indian river country, on the St.
I .. Aw :. e.b Nt ,.., e .. a r. :ar-anf .d
ice manufactured firo Im i .iied
Prompt deliveries to all points
A. S. Piatt,
Low Prices for Lumber
Are now selling PINE LUMBER at the following low prices:
Framing, dressed four sides
R and better Flonrina_ Ceilinor and
THE FLORIDA STAR
will be glad to welcome himself and JAMutlP lTCXALD,Pmna.mt. .i P
wife among them. .w W. HAim A IrrMIW
Mr. J. A. Perry, of Narraganaett
Pier, R. I., a regular winter visitor
month. Mr. Perry was sick only a diaRiver State
few days. He made'many friends
during his stay here who were sad-O 13 M b O3
dened at the news. Mrs. Perry has Authorised Capital, $zooee Paw-Up CAes *.WM
the sympathy of the community. Avrag Depwoit, sae,
They own a fine home north of town. TrUAINCT A
Death of George M. Brown GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS
George M. Brown, proprietor of
the Brown House, Melbourne, Fla., LARGEST AND OLDEST BANK ON THE RIVER
died on Monday, July 20th, of paral-
ysis. Mr. Brown had been sick but Exchange bought and sold on all foreign countries. Patronage
sis. Mr. ron had een si t appreciated, prompt service, polite treatment, and every
a short time and his death came as a favor consistent with conservative banking granted
shock to his many friends along the CORRESPONDENTS-Empire Trust companyy 42 Bnrudway. Ner Y.rk t'tt. Th A.t
East Coast. lantic National Bank of Jacksonville. Jacksonville. Florida.
The funeral was held on Tuesday TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.
afternoon with interment in the local
cemetery. Dean Robottom conduct-
ed the services, assisted by the Rev. E. L. BRADY & BRO.,
The hotel will be continued under Groceries, Hay, Grain and all Food Products.
the management of Mrs. George M.
Smn n We handle produce of all kinds. We are ageuts for Mapes' Fertilis.rb We lesl izclusively
Brown, wife of the former proprietor in the above lines of goods. and solicit the trade of all c-.nsumers Writ. u-. for prices otn
Graim and all Oroceries. delivered at your station. L. BRADY A BR()..TITI-SVILLI. FLP
A alifornian's Luck
'The luokiest day of my life was when I N
writes Chas. F. Budahu. of Tracy, California.
"woes e or m oan aoying Oe in STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES
cue of itching piles, which had troubled me Deers in AND AN GROCERIES
for years and that yielded to no other treat-
ment." Sold1 under guarantee at Banner Drug - a- t Competitive Prices
tore GASOLINE, CYLINDER OIL, CUP OGMASl, ETC.
For a mild, easy action of the bowels, a sin-
gle doae of Doan'sRegnletsis enough. Treat- ALLENHURST, FLA. (HAULOVER CAInL
ment cures habitual constipation. 25cents a
box. Ask your druggist for them. POSTOFFICE ADDRESS-TITUSVILLE
D. H. 8PELL Dr. J. C' SPELL. K.gIt. e -r. iPharnma lst
COLUMBIA COLLEGE BANNER DRUG STORE
Lake City, Fla.
Columbia college offers splendid opportuni- Titusville, Florida
ties for young men and young women who
wish to fit themselves for usefulness and suc-T
cesAn life While weaim at mental culture FANCY and TOILET ARTICLES
the practical is not overlooked and moral PERFUMER BTAI Etc
training is emphasized. PERFUMERY, STATIONERY,Etc.
The organization of the college into the sev-
eral schools covers the entire education of the Soda W ater and Ice Cream
I. Ta SCHOOLto Ac.DMIC tcGADEB--Pre- Fresh P re D gs d Chemicals
tory to the college ls.Fresh P re Drugs and Chemicals
II. TH2 SCHOOL or LIBICAL ARTs--Cover-
ing the languages, the sciences, mathemat- Mail orders solicit i and promptly filled. Will order anything we
ice, etc. haven't in stock
III. TH ScuooL orF Flx. ArTs-Music.
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