Group Title: Florida star (Titusville, FL)
Title: The Florida star
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Title: The Florida star
Uniform Title: Florida Star (Titusville)
Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Star
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: S.W. Harmon
Place of Publication: Titusville ; Cocoa, Fla.
Titusville Fla
Publication Date: 7 31, 1908
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075901
Volume ID: VID00660
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 34175599
alephbibnum - 002071719
lccn - sn 96027111
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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TITUBVILLE, FLA., FRIDAY, JULY 31, 1908


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RMK OF THE

PRESENT WEEK

Puh t ItIn ertaliig to Ib ti
TnuMspir( A t Tsm
Mr. G. L Mandaville spent several
days the past week and first part of
this week in Jacksonville.
Mr. Bert Johnson had a finger on
his right hand badly smashed Wed-
nesday by a'truck running over it on
the city wharf.
Mr. F. W. Bailey, of Atlanta, trav-
eling representative for the Gulf Re-
fining Co., was in town Saturday,
Sunday and Tuesday.'
The old fashioned ice cream is hard
on digestion. Our "New Process"
cream is predigested, and so harm-
less for children and invalids-Ban-
ner Drug Store.
Mrs. H. G. Utley and her mother,
Mrs. Percival, left st Friday after-
noon for Baltimore via Savannah for
an aseneoftwo or three months.
Dodor Utley will follow later.
Mr Harry Wilson returned Sun-
day from a visit of several weeks in
-the northern part of the state. Her
brother, Mr. Stewart, is now enjoying
a vist with Mr. and Mrs. Wilson.
Mr. Leon S. Wilion has purchased
the lot at the corner of Palm and
Garden streets on which the building
formerly known as the Boone cottage
was located. his is a ine ceon
to his home lot on the west.
Mr. Jake Mendel and family have
gone to Daytona beach, where they
have a cottage for the remainder of
the summer. Miss Lena Mendel ac-
companied them for a visit of several
days, returning the first of the week.
Mr. G. W. Scobie, Sr., arrived
home from Norfolk, Va., last Satur-
day and expects to remain here per-
manently, having disposed of all his
busine interests in that city, where
he has been a commission merchant
for several years past. His friends
are glad to see him back again per-
manently.
Storm warnings were sent out
Tuesday by the weather bureau and
everyone was worked up over the a p
parent prospects of a tropical storm
of considerable intensity. Tuesday
afternoon, however, there came a
bulletin to the effect that the dis
turbance was off the east coast of
Florida with deepening intensity and
nmving northward, so the danger
was really past and the weather clear.
ed the next day with the wind in the
northwest.


Church Notes
Rev. Wm. Stones will preach at
LaGrange on Sunday next at 11 a. m
and at Titusville at 7:30 p. m. Lord's
supper after evening service.
The pator will preach in Titusvill
Methodist church Sunday a. m. at 11
and 7:30 p. m. Sunday school every
Sunday at 3 p. m. and prayermeeting
every Wednesday at 7:30 p. m.

Fine Monday Offerings of Men'!
Clothing
We will put on sale about 500 pair
men's trousers in all the new and up
to-date patterns, prices ranging front
$2.5 to $5W.
Men's clothing--blue serge suit.
worth $18.00, special Monday only
$12.M.
JULIUS KLINE,
Titusville Fla.
For Sale
Five-room cottage with bath, nea
Indian River hotel. Apply to W. P


3.5o ANKLE FITS 3.5o LATEST
The secret of a good oxford lies in o
the ankle fit and the heel seat. If
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too tight, it binds and your foot feels
as if in a vice.
Abbot oxfords are carefully design-
ed and the pattern 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
Titusville, Florida.

Value of County Buildings
I see by the Cocoa and Rockledge
News of July 23rd reference in re-
gard to the value and moving ol the
county buildings from Titusville to
Cocoa.
What is all this fuss and talk for?
Do the tax payers want to go to all
of this trouble and expense to benefit
a few individuals? It will not help
the people at large. I trust they are
too wise to be hoodwinked in this
style.
Now, the great cry about the value
of the county buildings, the News
says the jail is a total loss. That is a
mistake. I'm practical builder, hav-
ing a practice of 65 years in all classes
of buildings, have built many county
buildings from $4,000 to $40,000 in
value each. I have made a careful
estimate and survey of the present
walls and iron work of the jail, and
can replace the building as stated to
the commissioners for the sum of
$2,900, The court house is a good
substantial building and the lumber
in it firm and sound and a far better
quality than can begotten in this
county at the present time and it can-
not be in any way compared with the
Cocoa town hall. Taking into con-
sideration the many rooms and the
general construction of the court
house it is worth $6,000 more than
the Cocoa building. Now, when you
come to the clerk's office, the News
says this is a small building and can
be taken down and moved for small
sum. To take (his building down,
clean all of the brick, destroy all of
the plaster and painting and most of
the roof and floors and lumber, move
windows, doors, take down iron work
and counters, draw it to and from
Sthe cars and put it all in place again
What do you think Mr. News, don't
you think you can make better cal
culations setting type? This office
with all fixtures cost about $7,000
The county judge's office with safe
and fixtures is worth $3,000. Their
Stake into consideration all of the out
buildings, tanks, fences and sewers
the county has property, aside from
the land, worth $30,000.
SNow, is it policy to put the tay
payers to the expense of $28.000 foi
s new buildings, which it will be if th<
county seat is moved? Where will b
the gain to the people at large? Th<
little difference in the expense o
travel to the public is all nonsense
There may be more people south ol
Cocoa than there is north. What i
there is? There has been 100 pel
cent more people settled within r
few miles of Titusville within the pas
few years than there has been new set
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Bargain Sale
Fint large horv.. buggy and har-
ness. Horse perfecLiy gentle and ex-
cellent in saddle. Will dispose of
separately if desired. Addirt-e H.
care STAR ortie.
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;just as I am doing now."
SThe Metropolis learns that 1.2~')
men are now at work on the -ast
Coast extension.


the same time and yet more coming.
Some one made the remark: Mr. Standard Sewing Machine Want to Exchange
Decker wants a job. Thanks, I don't The best and lightest running on the Siall contact 4 h. p. gasoline niotor
want any job, quit jobbing two years market, does both chain and lock stitch suitable for small boat, weight l:;1*ibs..
on the same machine. Can be furnished turning 3-blade 14 inch propellor. or
ago. I want to rest. but will do as I with either rotary or vibrating shuttle. motor of about 3 1-2 h. p. that will tow
have stated in regard to building over Spot cash prices or easy installment sh boats. Address M. care STAK Rof-
the jail. L R. DECKER. terms or rented. fce.
INDIAN RIVER MuSIC HOSE. .....
S Fr Se Titusville, Fla. Spoiling Men's Lives
Wood For Sale C -r Ca And ruining happy homes by the
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Pmnal Pmagnphs Akot People tlat
Tnmil Ihn ul Thn
Dr. Miller, Dentist, Titusville.
Mr. Chas. H. Nauman,-of Clifton,
has been in town for a day or so this
week.
R. W. Rhodes was up from Miami
the first of the week looking after his
orange grove in Turnbull hammock.
Mr. Julius Kline expects to start
tomorrow night for New York and
will probably be away for several
months.
A letter received from Mrs. Utley
since her arrival in Baltimore states
that they experienced a very rough
trip from Savannah to their destina-
tion.
Rev. WVm. Stones and family mov-
ed into the Baptist parsonage this
week. This cottage makes a very
pretentious appearance since being
moved and overhauled.
The Miami News Record of Tues-
day says: Mr. Charlie Sams, who
has for several months been employ-
ed at the Biscayne store, left Sunday
morning for Tampa where he will be
located in the future. During his
stay in Miami he made many friends
and his departure is regretted by all
who knew him.
The families of Dean Robottom and
Mr. G. M. Robbins spent the day yes-
terday at the Haulover canal and on
the ocean beach while Mesna Robot-
tom and Robbins were out of town,
arriving home about 11:30 p. m. The
late return was owing todifficulty in
finding the lagoon entrance to the
canal after dark. In the party were
Mrs. Robottom and two daughters,
Misses Francis and Mollie, and son
Innis; Mrs. Robbins and sons Mas-
ters Rufus, Richard, George and
Douglass, also Miss Merle Scobie and
SMaster Ryals Wager. The ocean
bathing at Klondike beach was said
to be fine.
S Norwegian Steamer Ashore
SThe Norwegian tramp steamer
SDeremore, with cargo and bound
South, went ashore early last Sunday
* morning 'at Pompano, near to the
t wreck of the British steamer Copen
- hagen which became a total loss
e there about sic or seven years ago.
The cargo is being transferred tc
L the Standard Oil steamer, North.
Western, which will pull her off as
Soon as she is lightened enough.
The latest reports from Fort Lau.
derdale are to the effect that the
Deremore is still hard and fast on the
' beach and that all efforts by the tan
r steamer, standing by. to remove hei
e have been of no avail.
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Special Sale at Kline's LOCAL GOSSIP

'--A r AND -PERSONALS
MONDAY, AUGUST 3, 1908.
We are going tosacrifice our prof- Smlthlilg AIlt thi PIpll of Titu-
its as we must have room for our
fall goods and call your attention to lle U ThJy COnS U1d 0
Bthe follnwn bargain sh. Selling out sheet music at half cost
Bleached epperill mills sheeting,
9-s, the best in the land, special 27 at Indian River Music House.
cents per yard. Mr. N. Rasmunsen, of Grant, spent
The same in 10-4s for 28 cents. several days in town the first part of
Unbleached sea island cotton, ex- t .
cellent quality, 14 yards for $1.W. the week.
Amoskeag gingham, blue, brown Mr. A. P. Gruber severed his con-
and pink checks, guaranteed fast col- nection with the cool drink stand in
ors, 12 yards for $1 ual the Titusville Pharmacy Wednesday.
White cambric, extra quality, for
underwear, 10 yards for $1.. We are informed that Dean Rob-
Indian Head linen, already shrunk, ottom has joined the rank of local
44 inches wide, special 19 cents per motor boatmen and has invested in
yard.
Black taffeta, yard wide every yard a launch.
guaranteed, special $1. per yard. Capt. Frank M. Wilson, of Canav-
Pillow casing, Pepperill mills, 46 eral, will soon install a Regal gao-
inches wide, worth 20cents, Monday's line engine in his cat boat.. The mo-
special, 16 cents per yard.
oile, 44 inches wide, extra fine tor is expected to arrive here in a
quality, worth $1.75 per yard, Mon- few days.
day only, $1.19. Mr. H. Fairbanks, with Mers.
Black mohair, 40 inches wide, R.R. Riccou & Sons, of Jensen,fish
worth 85 cents, Monday's special 59
cents 85 ce, Monday's special dealers, was in town Saturday, re-
White Marsellaise bed spreads, ex- turning from several weeks' visit in
tra large, worth $2.50, Monday's the north.
special $1.49. Call and se the beautiful line of
Comets in all the newest styles, fa- Cand the ne of
mous R& aG, special $1. each. lQueen Quality oxfords, in all the
Misses and children's hose, fine latest styles, we call especial atten-
ribbed, sizes 51 to9i, worth 25 cents, tion to the Brown Russia 2 button,
special 15 cents per pair. Ooze top. Large shipment just ar-
White nainsook, in checks and ved at B. a '
stripes, up-to-date material for shirt rived t Brannings.
waists, special 25 cents per yard. Mr. Jas. Mitchell returns to Cocoa
Trunks and dress suits cass, at less from Jacksonville this week, and Mr.
than cost, for the reason that we E Porher and fmily wil visit
must have the room. .r y visit
Ladies' readyade skirts and shirt with Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Peck in
waits at actually less than manufac- Petosky, Mich., for sometime, leav-
turers' cost. ing Jacksonville this week for that
Mail orders prompt(lled on any place.
of the above goods.
Juof the above goods. A letter from Mrs. Wetmore states
uuus, that she expects to leave Goshen.
Shipping Fish by the Caoad N. H., next Tuesday for Medford.
Shipping Fish by the Caload Mass., where she will visit about two
Mullet are being shipped out of Ti- weeks. About the 18th of August
tusville now by the carload and the she will leave Boston and does not ex-
height of the mullet season is not near
height of the mullet season is not pect to stay in any one place over two
at hand yet. It takes over 15,000 weeks after that date.
mullet to make a carload, so the read- er rthett
er can imagine the magnitude of the Mr. Henry Prithett is having a
business when it reaches this stage. two story building erected near the
All of the fish dealers are doing a big plant of the Titusville Lumber Co.
business and fishermen from other which he will use as his office when
parts of the river come here to take completed. Mr. Pritchett at present
advantage of the fish harvesting time. has his office in the lobby of the In-
From now until the closed season for dian River hotel building until his
mullet commences the business prom- new office building is completed. As
ises to be excellent. he is now the sole owner of the Ti-
s t b e tusville Lumber Co. he will undoubt-
Has Not Changed Ownership edly spend most all of his time here
A rumor has been going the rounds looking after the management of the
and has been published,in several large lumber business done oy this
newspapers to the effect that the East plant.
Coast railway had been sold by H. M. Mr. C. W. Williford, of Rockledge.
Flagler to the Atlantic Coast Line. arrived Tuesday to pack up and ship
A Jacksonville Metropolis reporter away the property-in the Indian Riv-
saw J. R. Parrott, vice president and er hotel which was conveyed by Mr.
general manager of the East Coast Bast to Mr. A. A. Taylor on account
system, and asked him if there was of rent which does not belong to the
any. truth ian the rumor. hotel pr,,l;rty. There is considera-
"'Not a scintilla of truth." !t-plied ble of this in the wayv f furnishings
Mr. Parrott. 'Mr. Flagler has not which the h,,t'l company :iiui nrt cart-
'made any deal or is he thinking of to purchase at any price. on account
Sti while some fanciful dreamer starts worthless. -) wirn to thte fact that
This canard that the East Coast rail- a majority iof the i,otl dlirvect.ors are
way has been sold or is about to ~;. ut of town Mr. W 'lillfor ..enrt rnbmem-
l....1,1 nl rh n u.. h t, ,lnv it yesterday to a aiait th.ir re. urr:


f The cemetery committee of the V.
. I. A. has had the Titusville cemetery
f put in good order and fibre placed on
Sthe avenue between the large gates
and from the side gate. Tota! cost
r $22.75.
a We now request the lot owners to
t destroy the trash from the lots and
-not obstruct the paths with same.
Com. MRs. ADHEMAR BRADY.
n MiR. JAS. PRITCHARD.


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'F E SPECTACLE AT SYDNEY,

MlMen of Uetrie UIht to Is Used
Ia I-m--aItl6- t--ars Display of
Flewerlm-_ eumdat_-.-SOt... of Pe,-
mMemt Memerw to so LAl9L
e reception of the United States
battleship Seat t yday, Austral
rting Ib wond crpie will provide a
atble spectacle. The whole of the
Meat iM, m y anles in length, of
the fe arbor s to be brllishpty lnw.
aatedl the numerous headlands at
th expems of the federal and state
gevrammis and the Intervening
ebore by public subscription. Mil-
lmeof electric lights will be used.
In addmtl the British and other
weuhlps la the harbor will be ablae
with light, as will the merchant ve
tL, ferry stamer and other craft
Thre will also be a display of fre-
wks on a large seale, la which the
esels of the AumtrilMi squadron
l participate.
In the city of Sydney Itself the deco-
atiam and lumlatis will surpass
tbo em the occasion of the centenary
eo the state or the proclamation of the
emmonwealth, says a Sydney special
eemrrmpondent of the New York Times.
Sieal arrangements are making for
tertalnng the ocers and men.
S ear Admiral Charles S Sperry and
his captains are to be the guests of the
adl of Dudley. governor general elect,
and the Countes of Dudley and wll
be entertained at a grand ball in the
grounds of the government bouse by
Lord Northeote. the present governor
geera and Lady Nortbhote.
A magnificent ball is also to be given
In the Sydney town hall by the lord
mayor and the city corporation, and a
large number of dances, dinners and
other entertainments are being ar-
ranged by the ctttsens. All the the-
aters and other places of amusement
will be thrown open free to the visit-
on, who will also be Invited'to attend
the great sport carnival In which sev-
eral thousand public school children
will take part
The leading cities and townships In
the interior are most anxious that ar-
rangoments should be made for en-
abling portions of the crews to see
something of the scenic wonders of
the state, especially the Blue moun-
talns and the Zenolan caves, and It Is
understood that all accepting the invt-
tatton" will be conveyed to the various
points of interest and banqueted free
of cost. There Is, however, great dis-
appointment in Queensland by reason
of Brisbane not being included in the
Itinerary. It la proposed to ask the
American admiral to permit a party
of his officers and men to visit the
state metropolis. It is doubtful wheth-
er It will be in his power to do so.
It is estimated that there will be
over thirty war vessels of American.
British and other nationalities in Syd-
ney harbor at one time, and a con-
siderable amount of water space will
have to be set apart for their accommo-
dation. The vessels will probably be
arranged in two lines, each about a
mile in length, north and south of the
harbor.
The official landing will te. an impos-
log affair, the visitors in:mrching in
proces.lon to the lhonain. Sydney's
largest :nd ,oldest park. under tri-
Iimph:l arc'he.s ntd past hcintifully
decorated buli!dinm. where th vy will
be received \w rbh cil;r-!':'l:i:tt, i y the
thousnll s of .Au.sIianius .-se nthld
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be marngm. They w. brewer f.
clude rvets to Baflat. the i-de
cty. where the aims a ;e pweepring
a widm demnamom tatMO. Te Aer
Isa !eImnt Is vey T bon to VIe-
tuar, W~ceh ved a eumelable
accessom of puutlAtbm from the Unit-
ed tat- duitng the earer days of
A'wt'apJ' gld lImesvd.

tty Miatry.
Tyt knoe in a handkerchief to Jog
ea m memory had Is origin 1n oCina
-M-nI of yseam ago Before writ-
ing was Invntd In that country,
which did not happen until 3000 B. C..
memorable and Important events were
recorded by long knotted cords. The
most ancient history of China Is still
preseved as told by thee knots.
When Emperor Tachang KI invented
writing the entire system of "knot-
tng" was abandoned. And today the
memory knots made by us In handker-
chieft are the only surviving descend.
ants of that ancient custom.
A Dofect.
The five-year-old daughter of a
Brooklyn man has had such a large
experience with dolls that she feels
herself to be something of a connois-
seur In children.
Recently there came a real live baby
Into the house.
When It was put Into her arms the
ve-year-okl surveyed it with a critical
eye.
"Isn't It a nice baby?" asked the
aurse.
"Yes. it's nice." answered the young-
ster hesitatingly. "It's nice. but its
bend's loose."-Lippincott's.
The Revolving Cat.
Little Susie has always been deeply
interested In mechanical toys and
numbers several among her choicest
possessions. Recently the fan!ly cat
having apparently eaten something
which disa ed with her, began a
mad race aMund the room. leaping
chairs. diving under sofas and turn-
ing somersaults. Susie's mother, much
frightened, seized her small daughter
and mounted a convenient table. But
Susie remained unscared. Clapping
her hands In glee. she shouted, "Wind
her up again, mamma; wind her up
again "-Woman's Home Companion.
A Wonderful Drummer.
Probably the most remarkable drum
mer who ever lived was Jean Henri.
the famous tambour major of the Em-
peror Napoleon. One of his feats was
to play on fifteen different toned drums
at the same time in so soft and har-
monious a manner tha:. Instead of the
deafening uproar that might have been
expected, the effect was that of a novel
and complete instrument. In playing
he passed from one drum to the other
with such wonderful quickness that the
eyes of the spectators could hardly fol-
low the movements of his hands and
body.
At the Flood.
Hearintl of a risiiig river at the head-
waters of the Euplhrutes. with a falling
baroimeitr and ini!ic;iitionis of a flood
stage in the valley, the pilteoc:autbropus
changed his mind and frankly admit-
ted it t', Nrab. His ni:uiliner was that
of a ch'f.tetedtl aiid softeiiK*d person.
"Yout I monkI'ed too, l,ug.." a..id the
p;tri::r'h. "\\'e gave 'youl a c'li;tiice to
It. Nw \', have irrati gei fr a'l the
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ye wer to have e re tooth in yer
hed exracted It wouldn't make you
a stuplMr, yes know."
Sm sida eve ntnely in .moth_
a sti eo with Ma f toeh Uttle
wtl 'b t Ce MaM a mal dress.
Crderm Leather beets.
At the court of Elisabeth the wide
topped Ipanis boot, handsome and
to our eyes, theatrical, became popular
among the rival courtiers, eah en
deavoring to outvle the other In the
quns eyes. The most handsome and
admired o all were made of white
Cordora leather, edged with comtl
lace and having old spmrs. Some
times buff ad red and m-eh more
rarely tie now prevalent black ather
was the material. Shoes for men
seem to have gone out of fashion dur
ing the Stuart era, so far a the upper
classes wet. Your plate dtisen al.
ways adhered to a more or lees sub
tantal alboe when at home and sel
dom drew on boots save when on a
Journey.-Leodon Saturday Review.

In one of the old buildings in John
street. New York, on the top foor.
reached by an antiquated stairway, the
first steps of which start from theb
pavement, is an office, on the door of
which Is a sign. Under the tenant's
name are these words: "Olfice hours.
twice a week. from 11 to 12."
"I s'pose John is still takin' lit.e
easy." said the woman in the wagon.
"Yes." answered the woman who
was carrying an armful ,of wood.
"John has only two regrets in life
One is that be has to wake up to eat.
an' the other is that he has to quit
eating' to sleep."--Washington Star.
"My poor man!" exclaimed the benev-
olent old lady. "How did you lose
your sight?"
"Well. you see. mn'am. It was this
way." explained the blind beggar: "I
once went over Niagara falls in a bar-
rel. and I got a cataract in the eye."-
Philadelphia Record.
Grogan-Billy has got the true sport-
ing spirit In him.
Kilkey-What's the matter with Billy
now?
Grogan-He ran against an open door
and blacked his eye, and he tells every-
body he got the black eye in a fight.-
Boston Transcript.
Mae- Our pastor preached a sermon
on marriage last Sunday.
Edythe-Did It seem to have a stim-
ulating effect'?
Mae-No: on the contrary, it was so
solemn :ind conveyed so many warn-
ings that it broke off two engagements.
-Liverpool Mercury.
Sunday School Teacher-Did you ever
forgive au enemy?
Toruuy Tuff'it--Onst.
Si uuday School Teacher--And what
uiii, se'ttiment was it that prompted
yout to do it'?
Tommy ['uffnut-He wuz higger'n
,ne.--London Fun.
A fox can scent a man half a mile
aweay If the wiud I** liblowing in the
animals' direction. A mouse can smell
cheese fifty feet :tway. A deer may
tie sound l:*-leep. a ind yet he will catch
Ih(e 'enlit of :t person passing iN0 feet
T ',. rili)!it depends more upon
his cti I~ lhlan his nolte.
"I just saw ,tidgter. :ined he was ver.
l;.l', intlecd."
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T Y alm Prm Qui ek Luneh
S- a- d Hetele ilasme Uneleen
Pem F-r Many Diseases.
STo te who leave their oees each
mom to satch a hasty lunch the Unit-
ed State government has a word of
advice to ofer. It is this: Whenever
a etauratear offers you a cracked
mug and a chipped, seamy plate on
which food is serd, Se it as you
would the pestle ce. In the recesses
of thead cracks lark thousands of bac-
terla, and they draw no distinction
between the mille-irre employer and
his ten dollar a week stenographer.
The bureau of chemistry, at the
head of which is Dr. Harvey W. Wl-
ley, has recently concluded experl-
meats on cracked china utensils taken
from the lunch room of Washington.
The conditions they find to exist nl the
restaurants at Washington are dupli-
cated In every big city. In New York
aad Chicago, where trade at quick
lunch establishments is much greater,
a far larger population of germs is
believed to have taken up it abode la
the cracks and crevices of the table
service.
The olwmlniatlO of the chinaware
by the government came about as a
result of a crusade being aged
against unhealthful kitchens and erv-
tag rooms In the District of Columbia,
says a Washington special dispatch to
the New York Times. With the ap-
proval of Secretary Wilson and Dr.
Wiley the government chemists were
turned loose on the trail. They dis-
covered millions of germs in the
cracks
Dr. George W. Stile. bacteriological
chemist of the department, had charge
of the tests. Several dosen cracked
mugs, plates and saucers taken at
random from the counters of lunch
room and from the c aes of hotels
were examined. The result was that
Dr. Stiles discovered twenty-three
distinct species of organisms lurking
In the cracks and seams. In the final
test it was'found that these organisms
ranged In number from 486 to 14.580,-
000 to every square Inch.
Nearly all of the bacteria belonged
to the family of bacillus coll. which
Dr. Stiles says "unquestionably be-
longs to the group of undesirable bac-
teria, particularly when associated
with foods in any manner."
The bacillus coll Is blamed as the


.ause of many Inflammatory diseases,
principal among which Is appendicitis.
Many of the other bacilli found In the
e'racked chinaware are due to unclean
condltlons. These may not be notice-
able and the kitchens of the lunch
rooms may be clean and spotless, but
the Impossibility of cleansing the uten-
sils thoroughly when they are cracked
leaves the bacilli to Increase and mul-
tiply.
The prmseuee of the breeders of dis-
ease is just as much a menace to the
girl who has left her typewriter to
snatch a substantial meal of cocoa
and chocolate eclairs as it is to the
man with the drooping mustache who
regales himself each noon on "coffee
and sinkers." The bacilli are no re-
specters of persons. Dr. Stiles in dis-
t**usnil tlhe result of his tests says:
"This is a question which must
necessarily appeal to every responsible
Individual who seriously considers the
matter f eating clean and wholesome
food. When we consider the great
number :and variety of organisms stud-
led lu relation to these cracked mugs
the quie.'tiom of household sanitation
bectomians ore limper.ative than ever.
and a stitly of the suinitary conditions
In private and public life would in
inan!y lii '.tain;lc furnish startling re-
sults.
"Many of our hotels. public restau-
rants and cafes are particular to see
that splellid serving rooms are pro-
vided and elaborately furnished. which
from exterior appearances seem to be
all that could ie- desired for the wel-
fare and comfort of their guests. but
let one go behind the scenes in many
places anil note the changed condi-
tions. The picture may be entirely
different frtm that expected.
"IThe sanitary aspect of refrigerators
and iceboxes during hot weather may
develop conditions beyond human tol-
oration. Why people do not take bet-
ter care of these plan-es of storage Is
difficult to say. However. It Is a re-
rrettable, f,'t that many such places
oftenn contain highly objectionable ma-
terial. and if not intended for Im-
mediate use It often contaminates and
kL.- .L. anti s mntantal f the Ice-


Si incw r im that t1h t e
wee ast made mmcme. if they e d
bee he 10 i wow"memohlge comM havo
hai dme to adrie te lurkag belet
bealt em the lunch room aof the


enish parrws to the Frot.
New York talte Etomalm*Wt U. P.;
elIt says the glh sparrm s wl
take cae of the white winged Iad
motho which recently ateted New
York cify and which have reached Al-
bany and Troy. It was to rid the
country of thi moth that aglish spa
rows were Introduced la 18O.


ELECTRICAL TYPEWRITER.

Cleveland Man Says He Has Device to
Do Away With Girls.
A typewriter that runs with eleo-
tricity has been invented by Fred F.
Main of Cleveland, O. The device, It
is declared, will operate an ordinary
typewriter just as swiftly as and more
accurately than a girl. It is operated
by means of perforated slips some-
thing similar to those used in a piano
player. While the invention will be
hailed with pleasure by business men,
the wives of the same men will be
more than delighted with the luven-
tion.
"Of course my invention sort of puts
the pretty typewriter girl in the back-
ground." maid Mr. Main the other
night, "but the machine is accuracy
itself. I have fifteen of them in op-
eration In my workshop and expect to
put them on the market soon."

The Olympiad "Fereigners.
The hammer throw had been announced;
the bugles had been blown;
The heavy hammne flew and bounced, by
mighty giants thrown.
"Who wine ltr cried the eaer throng.
"Who captures this event'?"
And the Irish entries came along, rettr.
ing to their tent.
"A foreigner has beaten us,"
They answered with a groan.
"A foreigner-Unlted States-
A fellow named Malone."


A dosen men were crouched to start, and
the starter fired the gun.
And as a bow projects a dart the men
were off to run.
"Who wins It?" cried the eager crowd.
"Who captures this event'?
And the German sprinter. sad and bow-
ed. retired upon their tent
"A foreigner has conquered us."
They said and winced a bit,
"A foreigner-Unite 8tate--
His name is Otto Bchmldt."
The hurdle race was duly called, and the
starter fired the shot.
And some there were wee overhauled,
and some there were were not.
"Who wins It?" cried the multitude. "Who
wins this last event?'
And the Frenchmen, beaten and subdued,
retired upon their tent.
"A foreigner outhurdled us."
They said. with little heart.
"A foreignek-United State--
A man named Bonaparte."
The running Jump was on the card, and
men went high aloft.
And some men lilt the island hard, and
others hit It soft.
"Who wins It?" cried the eager mass.
"Who captures this event?"
And the Swedlsh jumpers sadly passed.
retiring on their tent.
"A foreigner .hs won." they said;
"Some fellow frtin Wisconsin.
He yump like sixty, and his name-
His name bain Yonny Yonson."
St. Louis Post-Dlsratch.

Fencing With Umbrellas.
A nuinlmbr of English society ladles
are at present endeavoring to popular-
ize a new form of sport in London Ie-
centl.; imported froi i Paris, which con-
1sits of fencilu with umbrellas. The
exercisee Is IIntended to render them
more indeplndtent of niale protection in
thel' event of an attack liy hooligans.
1'l.ler the gulta1n-e of a well known
iteali'r of fencing, certain of these
laidl-.; have already l acluirel ;suaating
dexter !'y In the use of this novel
weapon.

Owls to Kill Off Sparrows.
T h' y i. i''- ovi'''it'l i '\. a to, thin
I;I, th lia !l .\ia:A ':'.:"i-.li l:ri'!' IErie. I'.i. Twv .'.'vli h '. ia htii\a taknil
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BEST FOR TEE ""- **
PiAtAo fua an IU"sI l ht hil way am by 1om f 1t1 tm ene sm i
Seld not Mt bck to i botL He writeanul d tesainm. i
asked first one and them another, but tored ladias1 had dslea ts0 v1 1b
Sa orwSe~ rtem the foreigners apparently dM not an. nes of many natve plants bem d i
Sw- 1a wn1udo' "Mh'a p *ew derstaid thei own Ia At bSt advent of the white rasf TbhilN m
vwFmw= I t s o dstn t OW i se At a uetion, Imparted freely to the wbals i
rii>Sr m rin Sa sheer disguast be tore a leaf out of the later to coatlne I misSIII s I
Sa D his pocketbook. wrote pon It theto-day we have a r
ANDY name of his hotel and silently prMsent- valuable American medicinal ms-
m ed It to the next passerby. The man
looked at him compassionately and Dr.Plce belves that ew Am I
beckoned him to follow, and without a aefs InM v*lua da m tIdas
word they proceeded up one street and t"o e mas obeuM sad tal
down another. Finally the wanderer Il
saw the door of his botel and in hiswit-h &M
joy blurted out in English: "Thank you
very much. I am greatly obliged to ""
lAT W A" CANDY you." The other stared at him in
lies-e PIS.bl tet ate Doe._ amazement and then blurted out: aYouo
seo ever 5k Ion. ieel" or ripe sad
*J*asteres. Writf*or.teaple.and book. duffer! Why didn't you speak before? are i _
aV 141 "M 4111 1mmd even valvular NAd other sastimo 49
A em ampI. Cm. I thought you were deaf and dumb." the barn yield to Its c aha e lu. he
iSaBira lm The good Samaritan was of his own reaon wi It cures these mmd maW oe
TeI TOOK U LE nationality. aletloas, Is lealy shown is a battle bimS
of eatracts f om them standad meileal IIe
Sis a e ty. Rootless Cactus of California. watel Is maled fee to *Mnam1 fr Dt &
u IMost peo hae t mpression t Curious among vegetable growths of V P na t Y, toaM
fun and humor are life incidentals, not the new world and one which is el-
necessities; that they are luxuries and dom seen of men is the rootlem cactus Not s marveMia. In the ne110
of the California desert. This plant, a cure is tis ostantly mak s of ws mss
have no great bearing upon ones ca- round, compact growth, rolls about the S1ar pecull aectom, weskess
eeany think of fun as frivolous, Indi level floor of the desert for some eight Fd tvs ~Is D
or nine months of the year, tosmed r 1,_0- r-ts-*- -.--
eating a lack of serious purpose in life. ther and yon by the nd whicar itdlD
The re ar e parents ho buke their blow with fierceness over all of Call-
chi!dreu because they t to have foERRa's n l atdu nDthse mofth
fun Ald go in for a good time. These fornia's sand plat during those moths.
Atteoaegeta At the cowing of the rains, or, rath- u 1
h fun d uo pla in er, the cloudbursts, which sweep thea at e yFll Ut lel
prt which fun and humor play In the desert in its springtime, this cactus
physical economy and their induence takes root wherever it happens to have "Z -
on the life. been dropped by the last windof oth the Ilover metiomed mediclreas
What a completl revolution in your been lped b th lut wind o wholly made up from the ulrpfroC ettaetx
what a compiq revolution in yourwhich it was the plaything and Im- native. medicinal nr)ts. Tanmn ma-
whole physical and mental being plh ed in their manufacturer ware oris w l
omes after seeing a reallynny play mediately begins to put out all around with Dr. Pierce, and they are carrIed a b
comes after seeing a reallyunny played t small shoots, which in turn become skUled chemists and pharmacists with the
You went to the play e. Added. i of apparatus and applianc s aw"e
SA l cacti, exact Uke the parent plant designed and built for this purpuw.
worn out, discouraged. All your mental Thee y*ung growtM lacrosse in s1e medicines a entirly true tem alokx
faculties were clogged with brain ash. all o th er harmful. habit-forminl druls.
You could not think clearly. When rapidly, .sucking the moisture both full list of their Ingredlet is pistatsd
youfrom the parent plant and from the each buttlewrlwn .
you came home you were a new being, surrounding earth. The roots do not
-Success Magazine. penetrate the soil deeply, but spread .So YAW. .
Elephants Hate Camels. often over a circle whose radius is not
Elephants in Africa have the bitter- !ess than ten feet. These roots, too.
est enmity to camels. When the camel are small, but practically innumerable.
scents the elephant it stops stUl trem- and they get every bit of moisture and A
bles in all its limbs and utters ln In- plant food to be had in the territory
terrupted cry of terror and fright. they cover.-Technical World Maga
No persuasion, no blows, can induce it sine. Iv a" RIA--
to rise. It moves its head backward
and forward, and its whole frame is A Golden Wedding Anuyeas de a aselSebi a s m
shaken with mortal anguish. The ele-mse tm Q raGPSMiasS
shaken with mortal anguish. The ele- means that man and wife have lived to a good ael-m n oaeIs" &.00
phant, on the contrary, as soon as he old age and consequently have kept healthy. UoSIBMI
perceives the camel elevates bhis trunk. The best way to keep healthy is to see that stf t"k l
stamps with bis feet. and, with his your liver does its duty 365 days out of 365. eUe=, wiRout teo
trunk thrown backward snorting with he only way to do this is to keep Rallanlrd's
trunk thrown backward, snorting with Herbie in the house and take it whenever
a noise like the sound of a trumpet, he your liver gets inactive. NO cents per bottle. A a omdwy atrated wo ky. Isiest iA.
rushes toward the camel, which with Sold by Banner Drug Store and Titusville ca iLo of anpy seleu S : Ter
Its neck outstretched and utterly de- Pharmacy. mouts. SL- le n
fenselt s awaits with the most patient "You must try to love your papa fa ome rat.. w .aHaLsD.
resignation the approach of Its enemy. a much as he loves you." sald the -_~~ -- ---- -
The elephant, with Its enormous, shape- good lady vlitor. TA, n Iahabl, Set of 1',zch aud es-s.
less limbs, tramples on the unfortunate "I..I him more." replied Tommy. iudtdaumg %, voi ee r PAahised.
animal in such a manner that in a few "indeed: Doesn't your papa love
minutes it is scattered around in small you very minuch'" RUDDER
fragments. -Not muhI. le sys he oily !oves me HOW TO BOOKS
Only the "Effects. when I'm geiod."-Philadelphia l'ress. Ovr, ; .. b,. "r,,m the e
On one of the western rivers some ..I undertl"iIatlh." said the old tileO priilrd ited 1 *... a;,.-, stliu, e lt.lA in
eve:y .very SeA Full detail
years ago the steamboat F. X. Thomp- fr'uk friend. thatat you are getting dr.,in. ..,; i..,i, : whit is ard
soun ran on a snag and was sunk. It right exclusive." ho, t.. ::'.% I \t c\.A:,n'. smple.
settled in the water in such a way "Wolf." answered Mr. ('urlir, OW TO BUI.Dl A RAC.R FOR 0so
that only the initials of the name that'sts preit._ly what mother anu ti .. . ... ',, .I : a. ;.I
painted on the side of the boat showed gihls call it." Now TO BUL. A sopjACK
alote the surface. The wreck was re- "w'ha:t do viui ,all it'' ?"' ,,,.: . ,
garded with much interest by the pas- "Plain 'lon.e..mne.'"-WashingronSitar *. :
sengers on the next boat that went up ow .o Bu, GUL A RACING S.oop
the river. One of them. more curious 1 ..... .r' .
thii the others, hunted up the captain. Over Thirty-Five Years -.
"t.'aptain." he asked. "do you know li 1.-72 there'. '. : & at *.;tal .,!a.,ii ,..t. MOW 1o -..D A ,.'oToC LAuNCM
the name of that steamboat?" y .ly .iat,,rv :tiii ,tlt iiin;t&uiii. It .I i ... '.. l
"Ye., sir." answered that officer, ti. i tilc im ( h1mtini3rlatih'. I ,i>;. aI hi.>e'; r4ow TO 'jI' ) A KNowC AnourT
"That's what is left of the F. X. cia l Iti;errhaNa ltieiedy w thii.t l r..rIi lilt i .. '-"
"ThoupSOll." n .. It lr..\'.l ior sW'u,',a. il th." t ;tiiy HOW TO L. LD A SHOA .-DF .aGHT SLOOP
"W'hat happi ended to her?" athi. r re''riy ,ar .~r.ittIca lit. :ili hai-'ir Ithiir .. ..
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by the interstate commerce commis- As son as you shall decide by your
sionat Washington that it would con- vote that the county site shall bet mov-
sider the reasonableness of rates af- eat your board of county commission-
ter notice of increase by shippers an,! ers, un,!er section 808 of the general
prior to their filing protests, is re- statutes, as amended on page 211.
garded as being of widespread im- Acts of 1907, may levy an additional
portance. five mill tax on all the taxable prop-
This following closely upon action erty in the county as a building fund
of Cincinnati shippers in appealing to to erect a court house and jail. This
the president to induce the conm.is- five mill tax on the taxable property
sion to take this course is generally of the county would yield a special
believed that the suggestion calling building fund of $10,717.17, and you
forth the statement came from Roose- can figure for yourselves how many
velt. years of special taxation it will re-
There is much interest in the action quire to replace the buildings we now
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T iM apprelate the pledges
.a good honest support by the regis-
tmed voters in the south end of the
ent who will votefor retaining
the county site at its present location.
Te people of thesouth ed can plain-
ly dsera the "niger-in-the-wood-
le" and understand thesituattio
thoroughly. And you might as well
try to stop the wind from blowing as
to attempt to convert them against
their will and judgment.

The executive committee of the
third congresional district has de-
dared J. Walter Kehoe the regular
Democratic nominee, after a prolong-
ed contest. Upon the decision of the
committee Hon. D. H. Mays, who
bad a majority of 49 votes on the face
d the returns, gave notice that he
would appeal to the people in the
general election. The committee
has been enjoined by Judge Malone,
however, to canvass the returns as.
sworn to by the inspectors and de-
dare the result accordingly or show
caue for not so doing. This puts a
new phe upon the contest and the
outcome will be awaited with consid-
erable interest.

The baldest statement made inI
their address by the five prominent
eitisens and business men of Cocoa to
the people of the county is that para-
graph referring to the jail wherein
they say that "the jail is virtually a
total ruin." It is not necessary for
us to question further the .falsity of
this statement as too many of the cit-
iens of our county havealready been
here and made an investigation on
their own account and found out that
the walls, the cells, the cement floor,
are intact. Even the creeping ivy on
the big north wall is not killed.
Those who have not seen with their
own eyes can take the statements
made in these columns this week over
the signatures of such men as Dr.
B. R. Wilson, county judge, and Mr.
L R. Decker, a contractor of two or
more score years of experience in
contracting and building.

Estimated and Actual Losses
There is no extended reply neces-
sary to the article in the Cocoa News
of yesterday. Estimates of the loss
to the jail were grossly over esti-
mated by everyone and the real facts
were not obtained until the building
had thoroughly cooled off and the
cells were examined and found intact
which at first were thought runined.
Estimated and actual losses are al-
ways at variance. We believe the
loss was published in the Times-Union
at several thousand dollars more than
the local press gave out.
THE STAR has never made an esti-
mate of the remainder of the county
buildings placing them at $30,5o0.
That estimate was made by Mr. Deck-
er.
We can give several very good rea-
sons why the Indian River hotel prop-
erty was sold cheap, but this has no
bearing on the question at issue. a id
our personal regard for Mr. Taylor
leads us to withhold these reasons.


SA the Coasty SIt, be Mofved?
T the Tax rP Pmt Wof o'0mm.
Ow to a petition m d by mre
th aone-third of the registered vet.
oers Breard county, yourcounty
ommn- i iOers were competed by law
to order an election, to take place on
August 19th, 1908, at which election
you are to decide by your votes
whether the county site shall be
changed.
If by your votes you decide to move
the county site, it behooveevery tax
payer in the county to look calmly
and dispasionately into the matter,
and count the cost to themselves and
the county before casting their vote
on so important a question. Permit
me, therefore, to call your earnest
attention to a few facts that you
should take into consideration before
casting your vote:
The court house lot in Titusville
composes a whole block and is thor-
oughly cleaned up and well fenced
and is well worth $2,000. It was
deeded to Brevard county as a county
site and for no other purposes.
Should you by your votes change the
county site, it will become a question
at law as to its final disposition, as
the Titus heirs will surely bring up the
question of reversion when no longer
used for the specific purpose for
which it was deeded, and I have been
authentically informed that this ques-
tion has been decided by the supreme
court in several instances. Should
this matter be thrown into the courts
the county would be debarred from
moving or disposing of anything on
the present site until such question
should be finally decided.
The present court house is in per-
fect repair and is of ample size and
has all the rooms and offices necessary
and in itapresent condition cannot be
duplicated for less than $6,000.
The clerk's office is on a different
lot and the present building with fire
proof vault could not be built for less
than $5,000.
The county judge's office is of brick
and has a fire proof vault and could
not be replaced for less than $3,000.
The jail, as it now stands after
the fire with the steel cells (which
are practically uninjured by the
fire), is well worth to the county
$6,000, and Contractor Decker offers
to put it in perfect repair, one story
high, with iron roof, ceiling and win-
dow casings, making it fire-proof for
$2,900.
The sheriff's house, which was to-
tally destroyed, was insured for
enough to rebuild.
The water system, sewerage and
sanitary fixtures of the present local-
ity cannot be replaced for less than
$500.
The total value of the property be-
longing to the people of Brevard
county on the present county site is
$22,500, and this is a very low esti-
mate,. as Mr. Decker, after a careful
examination, estimates its value at
$30,000.
Now, Fellow Tax Payers, let us
look the matter squarely in the face
and act with due judgment and de-
liberation. Are we in such prosper-


20,000 TELEGRAPH

OPERATORS NEEDED

Young Hen Prepare Yourselves For
Good Positions

On account of the new x-hour law
passed) by congress in the interest of
telegraphers,.n anis, on account of so
many new railroads being built and old
lines extended, an unusual demand for
operators has been created. Conserva-
Sti inmates have placed the number
of additional o,lctrato,rs that will be re-
quired during the next ten months at
approximately 2 ,0X0.
YOUNG MEN NOW IS YOUR OI'-
PORTUNITY'r nriill in our school
NOW and in only four to six months we
will have Vou qualified for splendid p,-
sitions. Telegraph operators receive
from $. 0).it ulpwarls. Our school has
been established twenty years; its equip-
men t is perfect; instruction thorough
and practical; positions positively guar-
anteed our graduates. Board in .lw-
nan is very cheap; the town is health-
ful and the people are cordial. Two
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It would rqre over two years for
the additional fe rmHlta to pay for
the lm the eomty would sustain, not
countng the interest, by sach a
moe. Are you willing to vote such
a debton the county? I askthese
question in all candor, and that the
tax payers may look at this matter
calmly and without any prejudice for
or against any particular locality,
and Ifeel that with a alm and dis.
pi-mntm eosideration of the facts
the people of Brevard county will not
permit themselves and the county to
be involved in any such complications
andre unwilling to assume such a
debt as the removal of the county
site would involve, as weil as the ad-
ditional taxation. Our present rate
of taxation is high enough in all con-
science.
Fellow Tax Payers, our county is
now in prosperous circumstances and
we have been able to carry on some
improvements throughout the county
but if by your vote you change the
county site it will take years to get
back to where we stand today. Then
why should we make any change?
Why would a change of only nineteen
miles nearer the geographical center
of the county be of such benefit to
the county? Is it not better to suffer
the evils we have than to fly to those
we know nothing of.
The present election will cost the
county $400, the perfect repair of the
jail, making it a fire proof building,
will cost $2,900-In my humble opin-
ion a heavy enough debt for our
county to shoulder.
The matter is now in your hands
and I trust and believe there are
enough disinterested and thoughful
tax payers and registered voters in
Brevard county to prevent the im-
posing of a heavy debt on the county
land a consequent increase in our tax-
ation. Respectfully,
B. R. WILSON.

We take pleasure in directing our
readers' attention to the advertisement
appearing elsewhere in our columns of
ithe Southern School of Telegraphy, lo-
cated at Newnan, Ga. There is a great
and constantly growing demand for tel-
egraph operators and we are glad to see
this worthy and well-recognized institu-
tion doing such creditable work in help-
ing supply that demand. Any young
man wishing to learn a good profession
should investigate the opportunities of-
fered in the telegraph field by writing
at once for the school's free descriptive
literature.
Boy's Life Saved
My little boy. four years oll. haul a severe
attack of dysentery. We huad two physician.i:
INeth of them tavte himi up. We then trave
mim Chaniarlain's Ctolie. Cholcrua anid [iar-
rhoat RICeledy whi'eb cared hiiu and hIliev,.
that aved his life.--William H. tr,llil,2.
* agrl* n Hill, Al.. There is n1m, iultlt ult this
remedy saves the lives of nmaliy children each
year. (;ive it with pastor ,,il ac jmlaiin print 1 dlirecti<,nit anr l a .iare is c'ertaiii.
For s. h" le y ritusville IharmII;t' y

Special Session Talk
Some who are very close to Gov.
N. H. Broward. in Tallahassee anti
Jacksonville. claim that he will wait
until November :3rd. when the new
legislature is elected, and then im-
mediately call an extra session.
These friends say that the legislature


was grave doubt ato w Ptrk'
could legally call the new M
gether as some law years
that the term of ofie did not ib
until the January following.
It ws finally decided to wait until
Governor Fleming was inaugurated
and he called the legislature in spa
ial session.
Should Governor Broward call the
new legislature in special s ion the
matter would have to be sttd by
the courts and all of its work tied uP
until the question was determined.
Governor Ihoward, by any such
action, would show that he is a poli-
tician pure and simple, ad in utter
disregd of the best interests of the
state he would scheme in this way to
pas some of his pet measures
The people of Florida do not want
any extra session, and that they do
not subscribe to Broward's policies
has been settled at the polls.

"Dr. Thoma' Electric Oil ir the best se-
dy for that often t Wl dueme--crup. Hu
bee used with aceear in oar family freight
yeasm.-XM. L Whitacre, aBulo, N. Y.

An Old Pioneer Surprise Party
Last Friday night in honor of Uncle
Tom's birthday, just as we had finished
supper there came a rap at the door
and upon opening it there filed in quite
a crowd of the old pioneers and theirde-
seendants. On seeing such a crowd I
was led to exclaim (like the Dutchmane
whose wife had presented him with trip-
lets) "Mine Codt, did any of them get
avay?". They came with baskets, with
babies, and some with freezers and Hen-
ry Carlile brought up the rear with a
cake of ice, Then all hands went to
work, some to piling the good things on
the table and some to making ice cream;
while some of the older ones, after
lighting their pipes, sat in a corner to
spin yarns of olden times in the late60's
and early 70's. How we used to meet
every Saturday at "sun up" at the old
blacksmith shop on the Carlile hill for
our weekly hunt for venison t w the next
week's supply; and how well we remem-
ber the last time we went on a hunt to-
gether, when we did not go two miles
from the shop, back by 3 o'clock with
14 deer. After that hunt we divided off
and hunted by 2's; and one told about
the time in the late 60's how a panther
got after John Harrison's hogs; that he
got old man Reddick and his dogs to
hunt the pantheit which was in the
night, but the dogs soon "treed" the
panther in a little thicket, and how Red-
dick was on one side and Harrison on
the other with a torch, and that before
Reddick could get a "bead" on the pan-
ther it gave a spring and landed right
on Reddick's dogs, gun and all; and how
Harrison, in his haste to the rescue,
stumbled and fell, and out went the
light, and off went the panther, to the
joy and satisfaction of all. With many
of such yarns it made us "old.codgers"
feel like living them over again. Then
all hands were called to the dining room,
and such a sight of cream and cake.
But in about half an hour the crowd
made four gallons of cream look like 30
cents. After all had been filled there
wrT 12 baskets full of cake left that
had never been touched.
There were just two regrets: One
was Aunt Emma tried to catch the old
rooster, but he got away. Second re-
gret was Uncle Tom was sorry she did not
catch the rooster, for that meant chick-
en pie. that Aunt Emma is foremost in
making. Never mind, someday she will
get vexed at that rooster and knock his
head ofF. then I know she will call Uncle


CATARRHI MAD! Lf!
A BURDEN TO Mt.
M ISS AiNSLE ( CTRATO N Malin
St., CancinnAli, Ohio. writeIe:
ea" I have found Ptruna a blessing
for a severe case of catarrht of Ii* h.-
arid Irum&t which I sqJITdrcd f r..m t-r a
rcuiilcerut yea;', I ,m 4Ifl v' m*tplrased
to gire it my personal eodum' iIeDt.
l(';etarrh, such as I uffel df trim.
frv -eW life a to arrelin to m -. n my b v u
was offuwIve, oA- cb bSAP 60. eo My
be" 240pped upowk that I wal U-izausi
Ir-uiiltiit aWilli hx.&AcIei. and altoun
i tried many moI-called reniaitee. D' ta
utt ir2av me pernvant itelf. I wao
r-ciher dloctmurag-ti %,th;b& I ull dlelean.-
wihen Peruria wa4 o s e" t.- iii.
*'O11wever. L I didur a toitiil. anti t.-
1.'?r tht W w tiad nied U. 1 i.& U a
.;i.Lrked4 cha-ze ini na r rfcletartue n. Mu v
? 't.mrag- !I kript 1.1 ii na' I %%"A LM1.
PCIeiey C&d IIii'A -0411is "'Iu4 iv~ll". id
1-m161 that Dgy geneit-l Lceal I& I- I', lo
L'e I h L"
Peop!e who prefer a-lid it 4~-am
ah.oueI try Peru na t athr ta. E lb w e. i.
ws.prs.-n t i rer .te ci I'..ru'
Man-a-lin the Ideal Laxative.
Tom to help her sing "Who Killed Cleo
Robin. "
In conclusion I must say all hanti. .
a jolly, pleasant time. i. alcuave 1. 1;
the settlement sent a delegation w'r
valuable present it wouli not havtw .1
my heart near the good As to 4ev tn4 r
bright faces, one and all, giving f run.
their true heart& conilratulataons, aft,,
our hving together in love and pea.'.
these 40 years ad my prayer iL
brotherly love continue.
Tom Joics-oo
Notice of Special IlZetion
A petition uibtn i h d Utoi t ii -i cc t time
tendt voter, cmi Brevarei eclmhtv Forlil. pia.
jug 14fr a change tof tht lematiacj c4 tbt *.c4* -
bite. bAvint bett Prewiltlttd at the r-,:
July tweetius citthe bolari d'f ccO'lu aaty #'11 1.
4ioauers: It i* ordereti tuat an lPatil.c L I.
atthe several Pritiucincain Brevard
Floui;J.i. olu WelufraldA. August WLkh ijaw
the .cW;tiiU cl. -f .4ilr (*iithit "Iite
'Plt electiOII will lo eo 4 lm41Zu.(t LII tile
ihtiiacstur III i thmte et tt c p I i? V t'
of Such eletqtitcu ahal I w li .i t.. i I.tI r.
remNJ~iS'ai4cZer% cti to) the clei k L11, 14
said bocard wall. iiii thet-fifth IA. ,e
elec~tio ll 1416i c.1% ,46111 M tile
PlAce recriviteg a wunjerity i !as
viotli. e at bha; b.l the oo.t ll ti y ?.qit
couuty for ten ymr%.
V-Pteii loartil lost I liIJ its 1 .
htx registtered .ru~i hAl* the ,walat. t A
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to throw away this amount of prp-
erty to move the county site only 19
miles as we!l as the !oss of time and
the immense inconvenience and trou-
ble involved in such a move? Are
our taxes so low an l our burdens so
light that we can willingly awl with
open eyes involve the county in such
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to be elected in Novenmb.r is n:more in
harmony with the g,,vetr;or and that
he will have thereby less trouble to
get his pet schemes through. says the
Jacksonvi'le Metropolis.
There is a serious questionn as to
whether the new legislature will be
a legal body li,.fore January next.
The constitution of the state in ar-
ticle 3, section 2. h,oweve.r says:
"The regular sessions ,,f the legisla-
ture shall be hld bhi-ennially, com-
mencing on th,- first Tuesday after
the first Monday in ;Aprill A. ).. 1I7,
and on th-. corresponding ,lay of
every ,ecoid year thereafter; but the
governor may convene the same in
extra session by his proclamation.
Regular sessions of the legislature
may extend to sixty days. but no
special session convened by the goiv-
ernor shall exceed twenty days.'
In the yellow fever epidemic of 1$s
there was a great demand for an ex-
tra session of the legislature in order
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Them em eOf Sewls.
Although bowls is a aneeat Brit-
Ish game It s still popular, says an
aetish writer. It is played on a
smooth. level piece of greensward. g-
erally about forty yards long, surrond-
ed by a trench about six tches dep.
IM urg h i believed to have the la
-at bowl! gree.mm In that city there
an umrmus duebs, each with ta own
parade bewlng green There Is a A
SId. This gree has eZibed slace 16t.
The am s the amm as that playe
by r Iraiaes Drlke In 16. Bowls
can be trmeda tfar back athe twei te
ceatO7. Formerly the gas was us-
lawfui, but the restrIetkI has bee r

Makig Ue eof Leve Lettere.
0 cemmstal woman aovoist boaset-
e4 to me at afternoon Weception of
the Authes that se worked up most
Sbhr paionato love senesmmm hm a
mat coUeton of old love lettm that
she had cured fron gir triead and
had eaved fro her own boistero
eMhood daya I ftt much like askag
the names of her tfrie whe had sur-
rendered the preelous letters la the
laterest to pure ad undefled "litra-
eer." One naturally felt-a bit nervous
bheeas omeM old sam might bave
made merchandie of an overheated
affection. When a man is attacked
with a desire to write letters of ame,
he should consult a physician or go on
a long Journey.-Julltu Chambers In
Brooklyn Eagle.
Traveler' Tales.
A llttilcguished traveler and war
corrermpondent ou a lecture tour ta
&~-o:l.iud spoke one night t a little
village four miles from a railway sta-
tou.
The chauirmani vt ihe occasion, after
introducing the lecturer as "the mon
wha's come here tae broaden oor Intel-
lect said that he felt that a wee bit
prayer would not be out of place.
"And, 0 Lord," he went on. "pit it
lntae the heart o' this men ote speak
the truth, the hale truth and naething
but the truth, and gle us grace tae un-
derotan' him."
Then, with a glance at the lecturer,
the chairman said "I've been a trav-
eler myself."


A med of Bayoets.
A most remarkable feat was recent-
ly performed before the rajah of Man-
Ipur by a Mussulman, one of a cot-
PmS of acrobats, who reclined at full
length upon the points of seven bay-
onets ixed in the orthodox method in
as many muskets. Four of the per-
foruer's assistants lifted him up on
to his bed of spikes, where he care-
t lly adjusted himself and distribut-
ed his weight so that the bayonet
points did not pierce his flesh. The
back of his head rested on one point.
Shi shoulder blades on two others, his
elbows on two more. while the hot.
lows behind his knees engaged the
remaining two. The acrobat declared
after it was all over that he had felt
as comfortable as if lying on a bed.
Clog Almanacs.
In early times in England the people
used what were called clog almanac'.
which remained In ue till the begin-
alng of the eighteenth century. An old
writer thus describes them:
'This almanac is usually a square
pe of wood containing three months
on each of the four edges. The number
So days in them are expressed by
onteheS, the flrt day by a notch with
a patulos stroke turned up from it
and every enth by a lare ied
S~otch. Over against many of the notch-
es are placed on the left hand several
n marks or symbols denoting the golden
number or cycle of the moon. The fes-
tlivals are marked by symbols of the
Sseeral saints issuing from the
Scotches."
Orn thelgiotd Wddbings.
Thee wa a ROnt appopriateneo
In two recent weddn which were
celebrated In Londoe In which Mr.
Bird led Miss Linnet to the altar nd
Mr. Wre was linked to Miss Nightin-
sw .. . ._ .A.. *e ann. comes


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Stractmsd by J n. Crow. ia nseae cem.
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a st a Ral, aad the assst asxton Is a
ta, Hmmr Lawf e mck ss-Lo H S wn
M wextr'tsd by Joh Crw, swames de
a& "*It web r o a famebr tbw smal
Ow Saft a i"prte, "tbat the sestmn's
er6 aMM Is.BasvesM. Mat the pew pe@D
man ks aOnVA and the anstat snxtme b a8
Ut Resry Laye.*-Lookes am.


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N-ot% od an be t
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m3see ami the he ti mo
INhg that has happwme a
hema an then I dlap am f to be
-- ekwoods Magasrae.


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and financially able to carry out any obliga-
tions made by their firm.
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Wholesale Druggists. Toledo. Ohio.
WALDIN, KIsNA, & MArVIN.
Wholesale Druggists. Toledo, Ohio.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, act-
ing directly upon the lood and mucous sur-
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Sold by all drugeists. Testimonials free.
Halls Family Pills are the est.
Notice


The registration book will be open at
the court house in Titusville, Monday,
the 3rd day of August. and will be kept
open Monday. Tuesday and Wednesday
of each week until the second Saturday
in October for the purpose of register-
ing, transferring and restoring voters.
W. S. NORWOOD.
Supervisor of R.gistration for Brevard
County.
SHEKHIF'A SALE
I',,ler and by virtue ,f an exct'1tion i -uit-l
out of the circuit court, in and tor Brevarrl
county. Florida. da.tel June *th. ik>. in a
c(use wherein Mary A. P. ~;u h-z z et al were
complainants. and William M. Dl)Illam et a4
were dlfeudants. I have levied upou and
will sell at public uctiou in front of the court
house door in Titusville. Florida. during the
legal hours of sale on the tirst Monday in S p-
teu her, A. D.. 19Kw. being the Tth day of aid
month. to the highest aud best bidder tor
cash. the following real estate of the defend-
aunt. William M. Dallaut. situated in Brtvard
county. lorida. to wit:
lk.giuutiig at a poiit tone hutdretl and
twenty-one chains south nine degrees eabt.
from the northwest 4cruer of the Hlerunilo 4e-
gui grant, there running north seventy-uine
degrees east, four hundred and sixty chains.
moreo r less. to tt!e wtet boundary line of
Acosta grant. thence along the west and
south hKundary line of said Acusta grant
to range line. thence south, twelve chains
and thirty links to the south hImundary
of Segui grant, thetie south seventy-nine
degrees, west five hundred and fifty chains
to the southwest corner of aid Segui grant.
thence northerly one hundred and ten
chains to the point of beginning, containing
five thousand and twenty acret. Also:
Beginning at the intersection of south bound-
ary of Aca ta grant. with range line running
north seventy-three degrees, thirty minutes
rcat to Indian river, thence southerly along
the waters of Indian river, fifteen chains.
more or less, being half of the distance we.


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Man rheumatic attack are due to
Pedd in the blood. But the duty
of the kidneys to remove all uric
acid from the blood. Its presence
there bsows the kida e are native.
Don't dally with "uric acid sol-
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the kidneys y will never get well.
Doan's Kiiey Pills not only remove
uric acid but cure the kidns and
then all danger from uric acid is end-
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prove it.
L W. Haile, living on Washing-
ton avenue, Titusville, Fla., says:
"I can highly recommend Doan's
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which their use is intended. I suf-
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my back for some time. The kidneys
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Doan's Kiney Pills and procured a
box. After using them n accord-
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secretions became regular in action,
natural in appearance and the rheu-
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vanished. I have not suffered from
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For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the United
States.
Remember the name-Doan's-and
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Notice to Teachers
Office of Superintendent of Public In-
struction of Brevard County, Titusville,
Fla., July 17, 1908.
The follow is a list of text books
to be used u the basis of the Septem-
ber examination, 1908:
Orthography-Reeds Word Lessons
(25c.), Maynard, Merrill & Co., New
York.
Reading-Any standard author will
answer.
Composition-Maxwell and Smith's
Writing in English (75c.), American
Book Co,
Arithmetic-Milne's Standard (65c.),
American Book company, Atlanta, Ga.
English Grammar-Metcalf's (60c.),
American Book company.
Florida History-Brevard and Ben-
nett's (60c.), American Book company,
and Fairbank's, H. & W. B. Drew Co.,
Jacksonville, Fla.
U. S. History-Field's Grammar
School ($1), American Book company.
Geography -Redway's Natural Ad-
vance (1.25), American Book com-
pany.
Physiology-Coleman's Elements of
(90c.), The McMillan company, Atlanta,
Ga.
Civil Government--Yocum's Civil
Government of Florida and the United
States ($1), E. O. Painter company,
DeLand, Florida.
Algebra-Milne's High School ($1),
American Book company.
Physical Geography-Tarr's New
($1), The McMillan company, Atlanta.
Theory and Practice-For all grades
-Classroom Management, by Bagley,
($1.25), The McMillan company.
These books may be had of most book
dealers in the state, or from the pub-
lishers by mail, postpaid, on receipt of
price. J. R. WALKER,
Superintendent of Public Instruction.

CITATION NOTICE
IN THE ('IRt'tIT COURT IN AND FOR
BKEVARID cOUNTY. FIORII)DA
IN ('HANCERY


Royal J. Whitney. Complainant. vs. Mathieti
Sourielle and his wife. Eliza M. Souvielle.
and Sarah C. DeFriese and her husband,
Lafayette Hoyt DeFriese. Defendants:
NOTICr TO NoN-RIS IDINT DIFVlEN IA .T
To Sarah (C. IkeFrie, and her husband. La-
fayette Hoyt DeFries*. Defendants:
Y It A1RE HEREBY RE'UIREI TO AlP-
pear to, the Hill of('onpl;int tiled hherein
:,gailt t you in the alve entitled c ise, on ,or
lwforec th irl (l y ,f Aurust. A. D. lm.
"'rt. FI.,RII'A STAR iS hIereby desigiate.-l :s
the n,'w-tai-r in whihli this order .hall tIe
pubii-liled. ,Ie :i wee -k for eight colsecuttive
weeks.
WitIess. nIu handle and wal ot' ottie thiti.tlh
day of Ju m. A. D. 1940.
Seal sf A. A. SrEwAtr.
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4 a 90 75 95 74
25. 90 74 86 76
26. 92 70 88 m
7. 8s8 74 91 74
8. 90 76 91 74
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Oe of Po* Who KIed Thom
Told the Story.


SECRET KEPT MANY YEARS.


George E. Downer on His Deathbd
Declared Father, Mother, Son and,
LIaughter Were Shot Down by Vigi-
lantes After Hot Pursuit.


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the' w\iagoi.
"Kaite had Iben driving. but at this
-ihe stopped tlih waint short, spring
tit. ,cut onle of the horses loose, the
Snee said to have I4.nli given her by her
wo-eer. and tlped :\way on it. One of
o;:, party shot her horse under her. It
r'l!ed over ,ln her. land before she could
,-itra:ct lihr''.elf we eovertcook her.
"*Ve disltio led arid ceut toward
her. exitec-ting to help her and with no


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When the Bender family of Infamous
memory fled thirty-five years ago from
their blood reeking shanty on a Kan-
mas prairie, their disappearance was ua
absolute as if they had been swallowed
by an earthquake. Time and again ru-
more of how they escaped to foreign
countries or that a sheriff and a United
states marshal had annihilated them
were circulated and discredited. Their
fate was recently revealed for the first
time by a man sick unto death, who
tor over thirty years lived the life of a
,pected and honored business man in
p Chicago suburb.
The man who told the wonderful
etory gave nothing from hearsay, noth-
tag from rumor or "reasoning," but his
was the recital of an eyewitness. of a
man who watched the fends, who
helped to organize the posse which
putuned the fendish murderers and
was present, gun In hand. until Kate
Bender, fighting to the last, plunged.
with a bullet in her forehead, across
the bodies of her mother, father and
brother.
George Evans Downer of Downer's
Grove, grandson of Pierce Downer,
who founded the settlement In 1823,
told the story, fully believing he was
on his deathbed and that It was his
duty to publish the truth to the world,
say a correspondent of the Chicago
Tribune. A compact entered Int9
by the member of the vigilance com-
mittee at the time kept his lips sealed
all these years, but realisation of the
fact that if he did not peak the truth
might never be known Induced him to
tell how he assisted in the extermina-
tion of the fendish family.
Mr. Downer lived at Independence,
Kan., during the bloody reign of the
Benders. He personally visited the
Bender farm on the road between
Osage, Mo.. and Independence. He
went several times In an effort to gain
a clew to the mysterious disappear-
ances from that neighborhood. It will
be remembered the Benders fed after
the murder of Dr. York. It has al-
ways been supposed the butchers got
clear out of the country. As a mat-
ter of fact, as Mr. Downer revealed
for the first time, the Benders were
put to death the night of their flight.
Downer, whose visits to the Bender
place had convinced him that the Ben-
ders were guilty of monstrous crimes,
associated himself with four other men
In an effort to capture the human
butchers. They had no idea of Inflict-
iag summary Justice themselves. They
planned to capture the Benders and
turn them over to the legal authorities.
They discovered that the Benders had
fled and took up the trail only a few
hours later. From this point Downer's
story Is told just as he gasped it with
dying breath to his wife and son. lie
said:
"The night was dark, and we feared
that they might escape us. but our
luck was good. We sighted them rac-
ing as fast as they could over the
prairie and shouted to them. The
moon had risen. but freqiieutly was ob-
Hcured Iby heavy (clouds, and the riding
was anything but good. As soon as
we shouted they opened fire on us. and
thi.s delerliine'd our .ourse.
"There wa.s itnow no question of litk-
liiCl them prisoners or giving them a
trial. There was unly oi'c thing to do.
and. though it lihas troiunlek-d me all my
life. I couldn't see hl,\ 1 could have
act-ed differently.
"W'V'e .t-t our horses gei glu at break-
it" k ;'e'd. tuid tl lie till'ts Ilew fast
S:'ei Iulth It heh'.s. l!ih liadtl Ii.ht nnd
i'Ie rough going over the hilly prairie
ia:itle' :)iiniiing almost imuiposible, but
vwe eite overtaking them rapidly
whvl'n a shot frc';i the wa:gionl struck
itne of our punrty. killing himn inst:intly.
'l'!len tieli older Ilender. who was tiringi
l'froi ii he hailck 0l the i iagut. pitched
ouit ou ie i rairie iri e ad. alti Juohl. his
e.ui r. hilni 'ed riidl raih. lie f ts slot
Ielfore lie hail runll a hundred fce't from


The old man and John were dead, and
we found our poor comrade stark dead
ea the prairie, guarded by his faithful
bore, who stood over him like a sentl-
eLt
"Kate, wbose banda had been partly
loosened, calmly admitted that they
had killed Dr. York and many others,
burying their bodies tn the orebard.
We asked her why she had done it,
asking why some of the people who
were known to have no money had
been killed.
"'I liked to see the blood come,' she
answered.
"As she talked I thought of tbe time
I sat at her invitation on that fatal
hench. and the goose flesh came all
over me. The others were as absorbed
as I when she turned suddenly.
snatched the gun from the belt of her
neighbor and fired at him point blank.
The bullet buried itself in his arm.
"Before she could make another
move a bullet struck her square be-
tween the eyes. With a groan she
pitched forward across the bodies of
her father, mother and brother. It
was all done in a flash, and it was fully
a minute before there was a word
spoken.
"The man who fired the shot had.
It seemed, anticipated some such move
on her part from the beginning and in
consequence was the only one on his
guard.
"A sigh of relief went up from us
all when the last of these cutthroats
was buried. We burned every trace of
them and made a compact not to re-
veal the names of the vigilantes nor
the fate of the Benders.
"We returned to the house and ex-
cavated in places where traces of clay
showed on top of the black loam soill
of the orchard. 'We turned up the
body of Langchor and his seven-year.
old daughter. The body of the man,
as In all other cases, was naked, but
the arms of the little girl were tightly
clasped around his neck, and in her
hands were clutched handfuls of clay.
showing that she had been alive when
buried.
"We then notified Senator York. and
200 men were on the place the next
day. We allowed a story to circulate
that the Benders had got away some
time before and that our attention
had been attracted by the deserted
appearance of the place and the dis-
turbance of a starving calf. This was
largely in order that the attention of
the supposed confederates of the Ben-
ders might uot be attracted to us."
It is not known. how many murders
the notorious Bender family commit-
ted during their stay in Labette coun-
ty, Kan., in the early seventies. It Is
known that no member of the family
was ever legally punished for any one
of the crimes committed by them. The
family consisted of William Bender.
about sixty years old; his wife. about
fifty-flvd years old: Kate. about twen-
ty-five years old. and Jobh. perhaps
twenty-three.
In the early seventies the only roads
were trails across the Kansas prairies.
and the Bender farm was located on
what is now the northeast quarter of a
section. The house stood on what Is
now the north line of the quarter and
wast on the main traveled road be-
tween Osage mission and Indlepend-
ence. IIere the Benlders kept a little
store, s'i)plll' wih fo<, for .maIn and l
l".;st. )ut it is said to have Iceei more
of a de' yoV for we.irr tr:ivlT'' than
ainythlne else. Here it was that many
tcrinme were committed of whil'h the
wnrld will never know.
Kate BRtnder professed i,, to e a matg-
netie hle:tle'r. .A dele,'ripti,,n of the*
h',netu tr : 'v.hi.-h tlc ,'rp ril, s wc're' *,ct n-
mittted rad"s like ti' ln. Neverth l-
l,'~S wtl:'' W 1S lli~ ,'v reel ;fte-r t leir"
sttii-'ti *,,'iuprt'ulre' t,,ur. ,,ti :il th, ,to1-
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ASH PILLARS IN COAL MINES.

Plan to Prevent Cave-ins and Make
Remaining Anthraeite Available.
In some of the anthracite coal mines
ot northeastern Pennsylvania ashes
are being used a pillars to prevent
cave-ins. Flashed Into the spaces for-
merly occupied by coal. the ashes
form a solid mass when the water
drains off, capable of holding up the
earth and rock above. Thus they en-
able the miners to "rob pillars"-to
take out coal which they had been
forced to leve as supports.
This device~ i illustrative of the con-
t:ast between highly developed nmin-
Ing practices of today and the wa.te-
f'U methods that once prevailed. Then
the object was to geilt as mnuc'h c(.:l
out of the ground as possible, anul lit-
tle thought was given to the fIutre.
Now. though. experts have lnguni teo
predict the date when there will Ibe no
more anthrclte, and the mining crmn-
pany of today is us careful of c(vn-
servation as of immn-dinte production
A mine just outside of Scm'rnton.
Pa.. Is near to a big boiler print.
which consumes 300 tons of coal daily.
Naturally a large supply of ashes is
created In the tire boxes ,lt'n,:lth thL.
boilers. It is estimated that about
fifty tons of ashes a day are sent
down into the mine.
Water pumped from a nearby mine
Is used for the flushing. Running
through a wooden trough. It reaches a
tunnel that passes beneath the ash
pits. This tunnel slopes at a grade of
three-eighths of an inch to the foot.
At Intervals the ashes are shaken into
It from above.
The flow of the water carries the
ashes to a bore hole leading straight
down through the ground to the mine.
At the bottom are pipes leading to the
worked out places which are to be
filled. Through the pipes goes the
torrent of ashes and water, and the
ashes are piled Into the abandoned
"breast." or gangway, while the wa-
ter seeps and drains away. Grad-
ually the pile of ashes grows until it
reaches from foor to roof. Then it
becomes hard and firm. Near by have
been left pillars containing hundreds
of tons of coal. When the new ash
pillars are large enough to be safe
supports the coal can be taken out.
It is a costly process. The piping Is
worn out very rapidly by the sulphur.
which Is always present in mine wa-
ter, and therefore has to be replaced
frequently. The economy Is one the
benefits of which are more for the fu-
ture than for the present. Owing to
the rapid exhaustion of the richer and
more easily mined veins it is neces-
sary to use all means, no matter how
expensive, to make the remainingcoal
available.

NONGOSSIPING SOCIETY.

Pledge Exacted From Members of the
Order of the Rose.
Now comes the Order of the Rose as
the newest organization for young
women. It Li based on the uuiversali
reputation of the tiewer for beauty ani
dis.retiou. Every member of the or-
ider has to Ipledge herself never to
gossip,. never to say more thilln is Itne'-
essary to express hc r liten':iiiig. never
h) it'll aiythiung ubeut u li I.,Icl',I th.lt
i.s liK, kind. \ll the limin b.rs weatr' itie
badge of the ocrdter. a ro.-e of onell kiiti
r" another. siays the' New Ycrk l's..
Tb'i'e is tni i're',ril.cr ,l 'n.,r. la'.-li
girl w,--'-s the rIose it) I .' isite, tl her
comitplexi,)li ; alt.l btu..d. T.it *, 1;,,;,,
ralza 'es frilit Im tihe' t.-el y ci i I isk i'
the lc'li' ile It'a. livery I.lI- !;e'! hi.is
u r e e,,e tiiiler< err- erythling; she ,,u a-,. t; .he' lin tli Ic' r'. i iei0'.l ,*f .ii '. **rl. r-
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fl,|ntlaI. s, I kr'.n u Ihtat i miv
start Iv b lyrii: .i-' r : i..- w p.
per.. 'hli at. '1 rit-ur.
II 'r. Trew'i-! I t think Mr If tL
k iln' 1,n *.I r l, .- t t (1 ,.' I % 1e
hwir,-l if. wihho' r r-s. ,prtion
Mrrs JeI!.in \ wh :, .** i
doflnti
Mrs. l ewtf.l Suiid a annri .. r :.r.
tlon of hi% wife's .affectlonm andl tl the
damages at only 10.--Judge

A FACT

ABOUT THE "BLUES"
What is known as the "Illues
.s~ilom occasioned by actual tci.t -
.., .:Ltrn3l conditions, but in t Lc
.--'t majority of cases by a di--
irdercd Ll\ I.R.
TI115 IS A FACT
%lichi na) be demonitr..-
ted by trying a L ur.v out




Tutt'sPills
Th..y controland regulate the I IVTR.
I heybring hopeand bou% an to the
:i.d. They bring health anJ Plastk,
'i to the bod).
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1'HI'HSRIH1; E OR TIIF.

FLORIDA TIMfS.-UNION
The Gre!a Stjt.: Paper
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DIARRHOEA
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vean after he retebe dJ poW, 0 '"W-0
where be has to use a trunk strap 1or
a belt a man still feels that be h as A I
pleasing personallty.-Puck.
Ella-bhe married Stone Just to get MOM Two I w
Into society. i
Stella-Made a stepping Stone of Aibnede VZf _
blm.-New York Press. ~p ia
Wellington Waggles-Dey y dat
money talks. Henry llobl-But what's
de use when It's at de other end of de
phone?-Scranton Tribune. I V" | i
cal WNI O MNow
He-I'd go to the end of the world se\O ei h
for you. covered Msa d
She-You wont have to g;o thal:t far; I seifc rra b
I'm here.-Sphinx. 'Dr. KikmMt, th
S- se t o -
It is satide that the mst try ig nmo- der spe a st, ad Is
ment in a girl's life is when her young wonderfully MuccMdful in promptly ourtag
man's kin call on lher pass judg- lame back, idney. bladder uricacid tmo-
metit.-Atch son ;Globe. Ibles and Bright's Diase. which is the wost
form of kidney trouble.
Teacher-Tommie. can you tell me Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Ret is rot rec-
what ef;Tf'-t thIe mon has on the river? ommendedforeverything butf you havekid-
Tommie-Yes'm: makes it moonlight- y, liver or bladder trouble t will be found
Yonkers .tatswan. I just the remedy you need. It has been test
Sin so many ways, in hospital work, in private
It seems rather strange that love practice, among the helplesstoo poor to pur-
shoull .hange so, very little when so chase relief and has provedso successful in
many advances are oustantly eing everycase that a special arrangement has
made by lovers.-iarfe. been made by which all readers of thispaper
made by over.-ie. who have not already tried It. may have a
Teacher-If you are kind and polite sample bottle sent free by mail, also a book
to your playmates, what will be the telling more about Swamp-Root and how to
result? Shel:ar--The'll think they find out fyou havekidneyorbladdertrouble.
can lick me! -Philadelphia inquirer. When writing mention reading this generous
an lk me-Philadelphia uer. offer in this paper and
"'Papa. what is the prison called who send your address to
brings you i;l onltac.t with the spirit Dr. Kilmer&Co.,Blng-
world? The bartender, my son."- harmton N. Y. Tshe
Houston Post. regular fifty cent and uilisn -a
ouston ostsiare sold by all good druggl
"Circumstaunes ovei which I have Don't my ak.e any tk.t rt nd.r
no control" originated with the Duke the name. Swami.l-rc-,t. lDr Kilint-r- an
of Wellington. but was made popular Boot. and the asldirnM. HBtItaghaApt.V11 \N
ly our frien.l Miciwber. on every bottle.
An Irishmanii demriles a savings Tonmmy 'P,. ,l'.:,I>w teil iue what lt
bank as a pilac'e where you can de- the differein.*- btrt wt.n a diliogiie aad
posit nmoney tolay and draw it out a nuonolo 4r!e?
tomorrow bIy giving a week's notice. Tonimy's I'op \\Wh.u t" w.-im
Gold is nearly twi.-e as heavy as talk. i'. .,,t it*' at liatl l .'-. wht"n :i
silver. Thus a cuble foot of the former "'*wtn rr..- ,** r' *) r..r-, I c'ir
weighs 1.210 pounds and the same her Ihus-tandi it s a m,,orl ;.*:,' lhila
quantity of the latter e.'5 pounds. delplhit lite or,
A horse will eat in a year nine times w l'-p r S; -, '.,- I In. i ,-'I thb'
Its own weight, a cow nine times., a t nv'lr u*r li- t.* .;lnl:
ox six times and a sheep six times* I *. nw'"Iiircrs
own weight. t.r I..T .i. .


Queen Anne's speech to parliament
In Aprll. 1710. was probably the first
royal speech ever printed on handker-
chiefs and so distributed.
Old Gentleman-Have you any fam-
ily ties?
Willie--Oh. yes, sir! Father makes
sue wear all his old ones!
Somehow or other after a girl geta
pretty well along in the thirties It
doesn't seem to make he ao mad to
Ice called a coquette.-Puck.
<;i:i;- *,i- I wonder what sort of col-
lector I would make': !ardrum-You
might let me bare $dSt for ten days and
find out.- Smart Set.
I.lttle E.win- Mamma, what is
liquid i ir Mlannma--I don't know.
A\k ,>:ir pari. lie's always going out
betwee\t-n the acts "to got a little air."
"-why vcid y',it tell your wife you h;al
had :* hightitll I '

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S7 ma every Oae was M stening In-
he* paIM d and with a smile
t. tht O the rare occasions when It
Cae played with a charming light
w hbb grave, clan ect face he add-
ed:
"Remember that with every tele
phone there s always the other end
o the line."
Quaint turns like the, semlhumor-
oue, yet really summing up the vital
philosophy of the subject. seemed to
relieve the strain of bis more serious
speech and labor.
Once when he ofictated at a wed-
ding and lookln, about him aw many
of his tfamly and relative in the
room be exclaimed:
"They sy marriage is a lottery. but
it eeme to me more Ilira pottery."
Thi became known as the bishop'ss
joke" and was widely repeated.


tobpop Potter was preaching one
Bulday evening In a small town In the
Adiroodacks where be had a summer
camp. When the services were over a
tall. gaunt man, with the air of a back-
woodsman, came up to the bishop with
osttretched hand.
"I've heerd ye preach twice afore
thi," be said, "an' I like yer preachin'.
I allus I'arn something' new from ye. I
rid ten mile tonight to hear ye, an' I'd
'a' r ten more, ter, as usual. I beerd
asmethin' new tonight that I never
knowed afore."
"Well. I'm glad of that," said the
bishop, shaking the outstretched hand.
"And what was it you learned to-
night?'
"Why, bishop, I found out fer the
fost time In my life that Sodom and
Gomorrah wasn't twiner,

"While up on a West Shore train,"
said Bishop Potter in a speech deliv-
ered a few years ago, "two young
women were standing at the step ut
the car. and it was In the last minute.
'Is this train stopping at Orangeburg?
asked one. 'Yes: get In. get In,' I re-
plied rather Impatiently. One of the
young women asked me if I was the
conductor, and I told her I would at
least conduct her to a seat 'Well,' she
remarked, 'If you are, you are the sas-
slest conductor I ever metro "


TEST OF SIGNAL CORPS.

Will Be Expected to Give News of an
Invading Army.
Novel and Important maneuvers are
to be undertaken in the fall by the war
departmueut t at Washington to test the
efficiency of the signal corps. The
plan contemplates the placing in the
field of two corps commanders with
their staffs and a limited number of
men.
One of these corps. to which practi-
cally all the men will be attached, is
to represent an army moving from
the Mississippi river, while the head-
quarters of what will represent an
army waiting attack will be situated
on the western slopes of the Alle-
gheny mountains. The Invaders' line
will extend from the great lakes to
the Ohio river, and the signal orps
will he required to keep the defenders
Informed of every move of the "eue-
imy."
The great extent of the line and the
remarkably divergent nature of the
country over which the adv\anins:
.,rmy v ill travel will give tile signalt
corps opportunity to use practically
every fo'inu of eilo.iiui 'LIt itn means of
cotmnill!nicition niow elmloyed by the
:r 'ny e'-tallisiih.'ait.

A Difficult Lesson.
"It is next to lnpossilt.l for a tman
to teach a pretty girl how to, whistlee"
said a musician who is a ,ood whis-
tier.
"How is that?" he was asked.
"Well. providing she is not ,'.;: wife
or sister, when a Iretty girl g:-s hl.-r
lips properly pu.;'-red she u ,;:.
looks so bewitchingly tempting that 1he
kisses her, and the conseqluenr doesn't have a chance to blow a not *"
Neat Building Apea.
In west Africa there Is a species of
apes commonly known as the nest
building apes. They bolld their nests
of blane of trees and leaves that
overlap each other, so as to be per-
fectly water tight. They use them
also as a shelter. In this case they
S.. ... r..^n. the tr~e# inside


Ow 6 t= am hihlwet emp1't
.^ Le eat -Pp wast
flo* Phplp s ik hqt
mi m. i elak a well-h
e family. Of th great actor
WI k It t I related that ha dMd net
OM p eopip or oths nUse"d
S sta e bcase ha e wa so natural
tW he d nt a seme to esre at all.
Amiat D~tiy.
The rst mentioning of tooth extract.
lg In l literature aem to be by Cicero.
who names Ameaslaplm (the third) as
the Inventor of pugae and the art of
Oxtracting toeth some 1O years be-
tore Chtit HippoatW four ce-
tarta etfor Christ wrote much about
the eare of the teth, and a tomb at
Tangra of about that period furnished
a aet of fale teeth.
To Change Her Tune.
Old Gobea Gold clutched his head
with both hands desperately.
"Automobile,- yacht, diamond neck-
lace-autoftb bl, yacht, diamond neck-
lace-they are the only words I ever
hear. I'm sick of them"
Hi fair young bride gave him a
glance of corn.
"Well, get them for me," she said.
"and '11 ask for entirely different
things hereafter."-New York Press.
The Gladiators.
The gladiators were originally male-
fsctors who fought for their lives or
captives who fought for freedom. They
were first exhibited at the Roman to-
neral ceremonies 26 B. C. and attqr-
ward at festivals about 215 B. C. The
gladiatorial combats were suppressed In
the east by Constantine the Great 325
A. D. and in the west by Theodorle
about 500 A. D.
The Usual Reason.
"Even In a begging sermon," said a
member of the church, "our minister
can amuse. He began a recent beg-
ging sermon in this manner:
"'A deacon said to the minister's
wife:
"'Why is your husband always
asking for money, money, money r
The minister's wife sighed:
'I suppose It is because you never
live him any." said she. "
Power of Deep Sea Wavee.
In a high gale mile long waves, 200
ft from trough to trough and forty
feet high, roar along the am at twenty
miles an hour with a weight of 60,000
pounds for every foot of their length.
Upon these a 600 foot ship will rie like
a outing leaf, but if the III fated ship
drifts upon a lee shore blows of 100,-
000 ton, delivered with fury, crush it
like an eggshell.
Church Sticks.
The "church stick," which from
about 1650 down to 1725 was so
common an article of church furni-
ture, was a stave about four feet long
and about an Inch thick, to one end of
which, In some caes, was fitted a
rabbit's foot, while from the other
end hung a rabbit's tall, the former to
give a rap to unruly boys and sleeping
men, the latter to tickle into wakeful-
ness the dozing sitters.
The French Wife.
In France a wife's earnings belong
to her husband. If a woman earns :a
dollar by washing and Ironing or hun-
dreds of dollars by a great painting or
a popular novel, every cent of it be-
longs to her husband. If she should
happen to get possession of the money
and put it In a bank., she could not
draw it out without his written con-
sent. It Iwlongs to him to do with as
he wills. Exchange.
The Headsman's Ax.
In days gone by the London public
were always made aware by the man-
ner In which the "headsman of the
'l'Tower" c.:rili the ax. whether the


prisoner, who marched immediately fol-
lowiln him in the procession to and
from tIe place of trial, had been sen-
tonced to death or not, for as long as
the' Irisoner had not been convicted or
condennted to lose his life the ax point-
ed forward as it was borne before him
by the headsman. But from the very
nolu'et that c:ipital punishment had
beeu decreed against him the edge of
the as pointed ominously his way.
Rehearsing the Play.
(Overlheard in Bro&dway:
"Whitn I scuttle with him. just before
I tr;ingle him. you rush forward.
knock the bottle of poison from my
hand. and say, 'Fair play, fair play.'
Then grab the two pistols, rush to the
window, left center, and yell. 'Stand
back: I slhoot to kill' That's the sig-
nal for the tenin to be blown up by
dynamite. a nd I fall on top of Bunko
Bill's body with blood streaming from
my mouth. You tear the pipers from
his bosom, and. as the rof falls on
you. shout. 'The girl is mine!'"-New
York Times.
Their Full Title.
The chairman of the entertainment
committee was acting as the master of
ceremonies at a social function of an
assembly district political club on the


at a way to le b eI a @lal ha-
wth his wife as t"he am a MU
Omp~maw Mees." Nest esme a
aph who wMre mn t noaw to the
ater of eWemele but after reeev-
tI tas eartet mam In a whisper he
anaouad, "Mr. and Mrs.I Ispect of
fl diats, Fuaeets and bSop Work Gl-
llgam."
InI-
Old Engtish lave
Before the conquest and for a leog
time after, at leat two-thrds of the
people of england were denuded eo
all the ubtantial attribute of ee-
dom. The lords had the absolute d-
poal of them They might be at-
tached to the son or tanferred by
deed, sale or conveyanme from one
lord to another. They could not change
their place or bold property-in bhort,
they were slaves under their obliga-
tion of perpetual servitude, which
the consent of the master alone could
dissolve. The system was not fairly
abolished until the reign of Charles I.,
and so late as 1775 men were bought
and sold in Scotland with the estates
to which they were bound.-New York
American.
Didn't Want to Loe a Triek.
To a reporter whose questions came
rather thick and fast a Chinese diplo-
mat said: "You are pushing me too
hard, young man. You are taking ad-
vantage of me. You are like the
Pekin poor relation. Did you never
bear of him? One day be met the
head of his family, a mandarin, in the
street. 'Come and dine with us to-
night.' the mandarin said graciously.
'Thank you,' said the poor relation.
'But wouldn't tomorrow night do as
well? Oh, ye. I suppose so' said
the mandarin. 'But where are you
dining tonight? he asked curiously.
'At your house.' was the reply. 'You
see, your estimable wife was good
enough to give me tonight's Invita-
tion.'"
Listen to Yourself.
"If people would listen more to their
own voices," remarks a successful
teacher of elocution, "they would be
able to get a very accurate impression
of themselves. By this I mean that
they should endeavor to appreciate the
quality of the tones they utter. There
Is a lot in tones, as they would soon
And. Unless we happen to be in front
of a mirror we cannot ee ourselves au
others see us, but It Is easy to hear
ourselves as others hear us. We only
need to keep our ears open. Listening
to oneself will not cause self consios-
ness, rather the opposite, for the habit
soon becomes unconscious, and aelf
conceit does not flourish under Its rule
Just try it for a day or two and see
what you will learn about yourself."
Served Ingalls Right.
The late Joseph E. Brown, ex-gov-
ernor and senator of Georgia, was a
ponderous, platitudinous man, who
talked interminably in the most dreary
fashion, says the Saturday Evenlng
Post.
One day the late Senator Ingalls of
Kansas took offense at something
Brown said and replied In a speech
that literally flayed Brown.
A day or two later Brown came back
with a long. involved, wearisome
speech, trying to reply to Ingalls.
After he had finished Senator Butler
of South Carolina, wanting to be nice,
said to him, "Brown, that was a good
speech."
"Well." replied Brown complacently.
"Ingalls brought it on himself."
Licking Them In Advance. *
There is a custom which embodies
the wisdom of Solomon observed by
the Pueblo Indians. Once a year an
Indian, garbed in the skin of a moun-
tain lion, which represents his God,
whips such of the children of the com-
munity as are between the ages of
four and ten, both for the wrong they
have done and the wrong they are go-


a


ing to do. The happiness of these chul-
dren, who have paid the penalty of
their misdoings for a year in advance,
is difficult to estimate. The respect
of the Inalian loy for his elders :andi,
his ot4elienr-e to lirs parents testitii.
to th.- *r'ic'y oif this treatment :mnd

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Ants as Fertilizers.
In South Afri.-: white e ants are now
re':.ardin d a- ferti'iz.-r-. In the i,.ich-
hrho',dl of the ant lhillk. whbih :iat'tin
very lIarge proportions. corn and maize
g',rw IT twice the size of the ordiln:ar
plants.

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THE FLORIDA STAR


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SIBRS mOTmS

mLit ia Tt om Iml e
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rs. H. C. Young returned Thur-
Sfrom Titusville, where she spent
ee weeks.


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tuati.-'m neuralgia. lumlbgo and all muscular
soreness and atitfim ia. 2Sc.. 50c. and $1 00.
Sold by Titusville Pharmacy and Banuel
Drug Store.


Stops itching instantly. Cureapiles. ecze-
ma, salt rheum. better. itch, hives. l, rpmw.
.cabies-Doan's Oiutment. At any drug
store,
EAU OGATT.TR
J. G. Spottswood, East Coast claim
agent, was in town Tuesday.
Miss Mary Whitfield, of Georgiana,


Alberta, left Sunday for their home
in West Palm Bech, after a pieamnt
visit with Mir Virgil Singleton.
G. C. Bek spent Suhday with his
mother, at White City.
Mr. Bitch, of Fort Pierce, arrived
Wednesday as he will beemployed as
engineer in the Edge & Co. mw mill.
Mi Edna Snell is quite ill this
week with measles.
G. F. Paddison has had the large
boiler brought down from off the


Mrs. J. C. Jones and children, of
.Klondike, are 'visiting Mrs. J. M.
Sanders this week.
The stone wall around the rectory
adds very much to the appearance of
this cosy little home.
Harry White leaves Saturday for
St. Augustine, where he has accepted
a position in a large drug store.
Miss Vollie Savage is wearing the
Sunday school gold medal again this
week, and Birdie Gibert the silver
medal.
Mrs. White moved Tuesday into
the rooms over Mrs. M. E. Hill's,
store, where she will continue to keep
boarders.
The many friends of Mrs. C. W.
Harrison are pleased to hear that her
health has been greatly improved
since going north.
Mrs. M. A. Thomas, of Braiden-
town, arrived Thursday of last week
to vist her brother, E. C. Johnson,
and other relatives.
We enticed quite a number of
Georgianaites in town Tuesday, com-
ing by boat. Among them was the
genial and popular merchant, C. D.
Provost.
The teachers met at Mr. and Mss.
A. Inumert's Tuesday night. There
was a good attendance and the leson
was well diwuwed, after which re-
freshments were served.
The Sunday school still holds its
own in spite of the heat and mos-
quitoes. There were fifty-six pres-
ent Sunday. Supt. Lemmert is a
hustler in Sunday school work.
Messrs. Andress and Myers, of De-
Land, are stopping awhile in town,
coming down via launch. Mr. An-
dress was here several winters ago
and he finds many improvements
since his last visit here.
The song service at the M. E.
church Sunday night was well attend-
ed. The subject was God's Love, and
the talk by Mr. Lemmert on the sub-
ject was well rendered and the sing-
ing was good and enjoyed by every-
one present.
Moving the county seat is the topic
of the day. Should Cocoa be fortu-
nate enough to gain the honor of hav-
ing the county seat it will mean a
great deal for the town and surround-
ing country. But it doesn't looklvery
neighborly to pull down one town to
build up another.
Mr. Heaton received a twenty-five
pound watermelon last week from
Rev. McCord. Those Georgia melons
are something fine. Mr. Heaton di-
vided with his friends, which every-
one enjoyed. The seeds were saved
and will be planted and will be called
the McCord melon.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Davis are en-
joying a visit from their daughter,
Mrs. Carrie Briggs and husband, of
the Briggs Cottage in Palm Beach,
They arrived Saturday accompanied
by Miss Mary Davis, whose many
friends are delighted to see her smi-
ling face once more.
A Contented Woman
is a wayu food in the stme house with Ral.
lard's Suow Liuimeut. It keeps every mem-n
!,'.r of the family free frunm ache and jpiu.s.
it heals cuts. burns and vcalds and cures rh'ta


"The luokie~t layV of Iny life wais wi.n I
thought a hix ,ft hliklh', ArI.iia Sxlve ."
whrit.e4 has. F. ItulIahnt. ,f'fra(cy. ('alifori;a.
"rw, 2.1-1. ioxN,. u .d i l til t*' an ll a lo.vin
for years a.-l that yielded to no other treat-
ment." .,old nid.jr guarantee ;t iBainir I-rug
Store'.
For a mild. easy action of thie lowels. a .in-
gle dose of loan's kegulets is enough. Treat-
went cures habitual constipation. 25 cents a
box. Ask your druggist for them.
Convict's Death Accounted For
A coroner's jury in the case of Ira
French, white, a Brevard county pris-
oner. found "that he came to his


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steamer Canaveral and will use it in
the new shop.
J. T. Garner and wife will occupy
the cottage vacated by G. C. Beck.
Reid Stewart was visiting relatives
in town this week.
Mrs. Jeffords and daughter, Mrs.
Maddison, of Canaveral, are visiting
friends in town this week.
Mr. Ray Redstone returned Tues-
day from St. Augustine hospital fully
recovered. His many friends are
glad to see him again.
Prof. and Mrs. E. E. Macy return-
ed home Thursday of last week from
Gainesville, where they have been at-
tending tht normal school.
Claude Law has been quite ill with
measles but is very much better at
this writing.
The Ladies' Aid society will meet
at the home of Mrs. E. Spiller next
Thursday afternoon.
Mr. Edge will move in his new
store this week, all work having been
completed.
Services in all the churches next
Sunday: At the Baptist morning and
evening, Rev. Keith, pastor; at St.
Johns Episcopal church 10:30 a. m.,
Dean Robottom officiating; at St.
Pauls M. E. church 7:30 p. m., Dr.
Hawk will preach a special sermon
to the young people.
Mr. C. C. Houston has purchased
several acres of land west of town
and will put in a fall and spring gar-
den.
The Guild was entertained at the
home of Mrs. A. R. Hodgson last
Tuesday.
E. C. Braddpck and family have
moved into their new home.
A new comer put in his appearance
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John
Simmons last Sunday morning. Moth-
er and son are doing nicely.
0. O. Poppleton, of Stuart, visited
his daughter, Mrs. E. F. Hatch, Sun-
day and Monday before she leaves for
the west.
Mr. P. A. McMillan spent a few
days this week with his daughter at
Bovine.
T. A. Snyder Wants a Divorce
The New York World says: "Thos.
A. Snyder, a millionaire Cincinnati
catsup manufacturer, has brought
suit in the circuit court of Dade
county, Florida, for a divorce from
his third wife, Effie K. Snyder. The
two former wives of the millionaire
are dead.
The bill of complaint filed by Sny-
der's solicitors sets up three different
grounds for divorce under the stat-
utes of Florida, viz: Extreme cruel-
ty toward her husband; second, that
she has had to be restrained from do-
ing bodily harm to her husband, and
the third and most important allega-
tion is that Mrs. Snyder indulges
freely in strong drink and upon nu-
merous occasions so much so that she
became helpless and the husband has
been frequently required to have her
taken to institutions for treatment.
A Californian's Luck


(CO- EDUCATI )NA L)
Lake City, Fla. BANNER DRUI
Colombia college offers splendid opportuni-
ties for youngmen and young women who Titusville, Flor
wish to At themselves for usefulness and suc-
ce in life. While we aim at mental culture FANCV a d TOT
the practical is not overlooked and moral FANCY and TOILET A
training is emphasized.
The organization of the college into the sev- PERFUM ERY, STA
oral cbools covers the entire education of the
student: Soda Water and Io4
I. THs SCHOOLor ACADEMIC GRADEB-Pre- BOda W after and lo
paratory to the college claasis. Fresh Pure f "uga and
II. TH SCHOOL OF LIBAL Ars-over- Fresh Pure Drugs and
ing the languages, the sciences, mathemat-
i a a etc. Mail orders solicited and promptly filled.
III. THa SCHOOL or FINE Aars-Music, haven't in stock
V. Tuz SCHOOL OF PZDAOov--Teaching, ....... ........... .
gaining, etc.
IV. TnusnHooL or PEDAGOGY-Teah ing, -
V. THE SCHOOL OF THE BIBLE-Study of
God' word and religious culture. etc. eed
VI THE SCHOOL OF Buais za-Book-keep-
ing stenograpay, ete. Feed
VII. THE s'HoOL or DoIrTIC SuCIENCB--
Cooking. dremsmakin,. needle work, etc.
VIII. THE SCHOOL OF PRACTICAL ABiB- SA
Gardening, dairying. poultry farm, etc.
Competent instructors will meet the classes
iu the above named schools. Facilities and
apparatus have been provided to illustrate
and demonstrate the work in the several de-
purtments. and
The College Co-Operative Home offers ad-
vantages at reduced charges. We aim at the
best possible education at the lowest cost con-
sistent with comfort, neatues a lnd social dig.
nity.
Fall term begins Sepltember 30th., 1. .
For information and catalogues apply to


G. A. NUNNALLY, President


East Coast Meat Market


G. F. DUKZN,


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LTIONERY, Etc.
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and Sale Stables

3DLE HORSES
BUGGIES
SURREYS
TURNOUTS
of all kinds
Hauling, Etc.

OSBAI, Titsville, Florida


EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY CO.


AGT --Dealers in-

Floridaand Lumber and Building Material

Western SASH, DOORS and BLINDS, PAINTS


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In fact everything to build a house. Write for
special prices in carload lots direct from mill


Indian River Ice F


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Insul'lance Pure ice manufactured floiii Usliied

11 V VE 1"IM water. Prompt deliveries to all points


A. S. Piatt, Proprietor


I represent some of the leading
companies of the world and any
business entrusted to me will re-
ceive prompt andcareful attention

RobbinsLow Prices for Lumber


TITUSVILLE LUMBER C
Are now selling PINE LUMBER at the following low
Framing, dressed four sides


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' prices:


$ 15."


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Extension Work to be Resumed JAMM raUiPEtaCIDP. n t.
There is a slow but-steady increase w.
of activity in all departments of the
Florida East Coastrailway pertaining
to the building of the extension, mak-
ing ready for a'general resumptionIn ian iver
of the work south of Knights Key in
the early fall. OCX3U01 3---0DW Wt3P 0,
This activity consists mainly in pre- Authoried Capital, $10,oo.0 M- u0MI
paring for the reception of new ma- Aera DpitW s"
trial, taking inventories of that on TalEumAC A
hand and in every other way neces-
sary getting ready for a renewal ofGRAL BANG BU
activity.
According to the Miami Metropolis LARGEST AND OLDEST BANK ON THE RIVER
there is some uncertainty whether
there i rs i uncerta inty whether Exchange bought and sold on all foreign countries. Patroma
headquarters will be maintained in appreciated, prompt service, polite treatment, and every
Miami or removed to Knights Key favor consistent with conservative banking granted
when work is resumed, though it is CORIESPONDETS-Empire Trust company, 42 Broadway, New York City; The At-
generally believed that the direction lautic National Bank of Jacksonville. Jackson% ille, Florida.
of the work will be continued from TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.
Miami, as it would require consider- _
able time and much expense to move
headquarters to another point, since E. L. BRADY & BRO.,
the yards there are stocked with ma-
terial, a complete machine shop is in Groceries, Hay, Grain and all Food Products.
operation, a ship yard built and main- We handle produce of all kinds. We are agents for Mape' Fertilisers. We deal a lvely
trained, and in every other way con- in the above lines of goods. and solicit the tradr of all consumers. Write uo for prison
editions such that it would not pay or Grain and all Groceries. delivered at your station. L. BRADY A B30.. Tr ItrILL.PA.
be good policy to change the base of
operations. INDIAN RIVER COMPANY

ea meant of Ce Deers in STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES
B. G. Stewart, a merchant of i'edar View. -
Miss.. ray: "I tell my customers when they at Compettive Prioeo-- -
buy a box of Dr. King's New Life Pills they -t mV
get the worth of that much gold in weight, if GASOLINE, CYLINDER OIL, CUP ORM~A8E, ET0 .
aficted with constipation. malaria or bilious-
o. Sold underguarantee at Banner Drug ALLENHURST, FLA. (HAOLOU I CUA
__tore. c___. FO OiICE ADDRESS-TITUSVILLE
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