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: 01 15, 1909
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00075901
Volume ID: VID00684
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 34175599
alephbibnum - 002071719
lccn - sn 96027111
lccn - sn 96027111
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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for mary occamions. Very

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A wdurf alvue for seh a rea-
ab prie. Staunch and strong,
ade from good leather with tough
oak nsl astblb and comfortable.
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Headquarters for Style and Value
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Dide Mr.Gabis hotaeel manU
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S bow, Nrmstown. This his fir
t4pto Infiariverand he alre
dl dghted with what be has seen.
Riverdde Social Club Organia
The Riverside Socal club was o
Sdaed atthe Hotel Dixie Wedni
Safternoon by the election of tl
81ow!ing off ers and board of dire

: PrOimdet, Dr. B. R. Wilson.
Vice president, Geo. M. Robbins
Secretary and Treasurer, FredA

Board ofdirector' W. F. Gree
Go. B. Gale, L. A. Brady, E. B. W
w gw, C. H. and P. G. Walton and 1
4 G. Utley.
Rnemmber The Alpine for lodging
S and quick lunch when in Tituvill
Atomobile for Sale
I dilla model M 1907. First la
condition, $600 cash. Box F, Coco
b O serhaagofeallkimad prompt
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Dr. Miler, Dentist, Titvile.
Pther M. J. Curley, of DeJand,
w in town over Sunday, and held
service in the Catholic church Sunday

Mr. Geo. R. Gomph, latecashier of
the Fort Dallas National bank, has
returned to Miami. Hewillbeawit-
noe in the Brown trial for the gov-
*ernment, which was to commence
yesterday, to be tried by Judge E. M.
Sheppard, of Pensaola, as Judge
Locke could not be present.
Mrs. Julia Howell arrived Wednes-
day from Dade county on a visit to
her mother, Mrs. Nettie Feaster, and
relatives in Ttuville. Mrs. Feaster
and little nephew, Walter Anderson,
left yesterday afternoon for Miami,
where Mrs. Feaster will spend some
time with her son, Mr. Jerome Feas-
The work on the new city dock was
brought to a standstll Saturday by
the mbtor on the pile driver breaking
down. Up to the time of the acci-
dent the piles were being put down
at a lively rate. Another motor was
secured Wednesday and the piling is
being rapidly driven. Mr. Mobley
expects to complete, the pile driving
in a day or two, so the first or mid-
dle of next week should see the con-
neetion made to the old dock at fish
house No. 6i where the new dock
will stop until funds are secured to
carry it further out.
The rapid rise of a man to a posi-
tion of the greatest responsibility is
pxemplifled -n that of the incoming
present of the New York Central
railroad, Mr. W. C. Brown, who as-
sumes thel presidency of the above
named road on the 1st of February.
He began his railroad career as a
wood corder on a Milwaukee and St.
Paul locomotive in 1869, when 16
years old. Within two years he be-
came a telegraph operator and rose
rapidly to many responsible positions.
Mr. Brown is an own cousin to Mrs.
Adhemar Brady, of this place, and
naturally she feels very proud of the
distinguished position he has been
called upon to fill.
Park Dramatic Company
The Park Dramatic company is
playing here in Titusville this entire
week under their own canvas and
have played sbme very interesting
and instructive dramas. The mem-

Cobum's minstrels played to a
-ma but very appreciate house
hare Monday night. This show is
t#demin evwy reject and the

a they presented was fast qad fu-
roO, the sogs the newest the dane-
g uis urp-.ed and the orchestra
especially The os werenew,
bright, lever and rally witty-the
oldtme ones being buried so deep
the cannot be heard. Thebe t min-
ttel show ever presented in Ttus,
vi1le is the general verdict.
SSpecial prces to Florida planters.
a Pean Nurseries, Palata.
The Novlty Store
Stationery Books
Pictures Candy
Post Cards Tos
I. F. DoDoN.
Seconds Mot Be at Coamr Sat
Beard's newly elected county
treasurer, Mr. B. F. Hath, has made
the discovery that be cannot remove
the treasurer's books and records
from the county seat and keep them
athisbome in Rokledge, hee h
has cured E-Treasurer John Henry
to act for him until such time that he
can arrange his business affairs so as
to remove to the county seat and take
charge of the treasurer's office him-

d Mr. Hatch made the run for treas-
r- urer under legal advisement that he
Is could attend to the duties of thatof-
' fbe at Rockledge as long as he met
f with the county commissioners and
a- sehpol board first of each month,
at There is no statute prohibiting such
dY being done; but the constitution of
Florida, which is higher than any
d statute, bears plainly upon this sub-
ject and reads as follows:
ir- Article XVI, section 4.-Miscella-
e- neous Provisions-All county officers
he shall hold their respective offices, and
c- keep their official books and records,
at the county seats of their counties;
and the clerk and sheriff shall either
reside or have a sworn deputy within
two miles of the county seat.
n, Country Produce Wanted
a- Fresh vegetables of all kinds and eggs
H. wanted at Hotel Dixie.
GRami & GALE, Proprietors.
Wagons, buggies, American fenc-
I ing, farm machinery at carload prices
e. Florida Purchasing Agency, Palatka
SKline's Gents Furnishing Dep't
, Men's neglige shirts, made of an
excellent quality of percale with
laundered cuffs, worth 75 cents, Mon-
Sday only, 5M cents each.
Boys' suits, made in the latest
styles, at prices les than the goods
can be manufactured.
Men's clothing, we will cut the
price almost in half; the price makes
*, no difference, the goods must go.
Titusville, Florida.
For .Sle Cheap
Several beds mattresa amnd spr
hin Mk M*ww' *ai l. I . - .

ClearuceSale line's
MONDAY, JAN. 18, 1909.
Fancy taffeta hair ribbon, excellent
quality, in plaids and stripes, also in
solid colors, 5 inches wide, special25
cents per yrd, Monday only.
Ladies' underskirts, made of good
quality of lonsdale with insertion and
embroidery flounce to match, worth
$1.50 Monday's special 99 cents.
Galate cloth in the latest stripes,
very stylish for suits, 36 inches wide,
Monday's special 15 cents per yard.
Window shades, all colors, mount-
ed on Hartshorn rollers, 3 feet wide
and 8 feet long, 35 cents each.
Ladies' ready made corset covers
made of a fine quality of nainsook
with embroidery and edge to match,
special 56 cents each.
Special prices in quilts and blank-
All wool blankets 11-4s, worth $3.50
special $2.49.
Fine quality of ruching, three
pces in a box, special 29 cents per
Special prices in ladies' and chil-
dren's coats.
We have quite a few remnants in
singhauas and dress goods of all de-
scriptions. Will sell you these at a
great sacrifice.
Remnants in embroideries at a
great sacrifice.
Juuus KLINE,
Titusville, Florida.

Church Notes
Rev. Dr. Badger will preach in the
P terian hurch of Titusville next
Sunday at 7p. m. on "Just as I Am."
A cordial invitation is extended to all.
Dean Robottom will officiate in Holy
Trinity church, Melbourne, Sunday,
Jan. 17, at 11 a. m., and in St. Johns
church, Eau Gallie, at 7:30 p. m.
The Rev. W. H. Cresson will officiate
in St. Marks church, Cocoa, Sunday at
11 a. m., and in St. Gabriels church, Ti-
tusville, at 7:30 p. m.
Rev. Wm. Stones will preach on
Sunday next at LaGrange at 11 a. m.
and at Titusville at 7 p. m. Confer-
ence at 8 p. m.
Auto Service to Palm Beach
The Jacksonville Metropolis is au-
thority for the statement that the
Florida East Coast Hotel company is
about to inaugurate an automobile
service between Ormond, Daytona
and Palm Beach, and while the THE
STAR wishes the enterprise success it
hardly thinks such a scheme practi-
cable under the present condition of
certain stretches of roads between
Oak Hill and the charming city on
Lake Worth.
Here is what the Metropolis says:
"A regular line of automobile ser-
vice between Ormond, Daytona and
Palm Beach is about to be inaugu-



SmIthlng lik t th0 fu of rt
vlle u The Cen ad( io
Mrs L. Urich, of New York, a~.
rived Tuesday to spend the winter
here with her son, Dr. J. E.Uricb, oa
the houseboat Dentos.
Mrs. M. Kucks and Mrs. C. Vow
and daughter, Miss Adelaide Von,
from Brooklyn, are spending a few
days at Hotel Dixie.
Mr. Sam Martin, of Melbourne,
was in town Monday to confer with
Mr. Hedden in regard to changes to
be made in the houseboat Eclect
Mr. J. P. Martin, of New .York.
stopped off here yesterday on his way
from Miami to Tampa to meet his
friend, Com. J. H. Allen, of Allen-
Mr. W. T. Hedden, of Dowagiae,
Mich., has purchased the Brainrd
houseboat Eclectic, which hasbeen
at Nelson's ways for the past month,
and will have a motor placed terein
for cruising on the Florida coast.
THzE rAR office received a pleasant
call last Friday from Mrs. R B.
Burchfiel and two sons; of Anthony,
Kansas, who are visiting relatives in
Georgiana, and Mr. H. K. Hughes,
one of the old residents of Geogiana,
who spent part of the day here, com-
ing up on the motor bat Lena.
Dr. and Mrs. Lane and party were
entertained royally on Wednesday by
Miss H. W. Brown, superintendent
of the Canaveral clubhouse, while
spending part of the day up Bnanna
creek. In the party were Mrs.
Frampton, Mrs. Gale, Miss Haines
and Miss McClellan, of the Hotel
Mrs. J. Begg entertained the Pro-
gressive Culture club most charm-
ingly Tuesday afternoon at her home
on Palm street. In a contest of nam-
ing the authors of various books, the
titles being given, Mrs. W. T. Math-
er captured first prize, and in a draw
between Mrs. Emma Reed and Mrs.
E. B. Wager, for second prize, the
lucky straw fell to Mrs. Wager. De-
licious refreshments were served and
all pronounced it a very delightful
Art squares, tapestry and ingrain
Bleached sheets, fullsize, 65cents
Sheeting for single beds
Talking machines, needles, records
Leather belting. 5x16 for dynanmo

bers of the company are experienced rated by the Florida East Coast Hotel Sectional book-cases and books
in stage work and the support in ev- company for the benefit of the guests CHAS. A. GARDNE, Phone 32
ery act has been fine. of the hotels of those resorts. The Yacht Onawah II Arrives Here
Monday night they played Lena service will be furnished by three 40- The yacht Onawah II, which left
Rivers to a fairly well filled tent not- horse power A. L. Co. cars, which Norfolk early in December, charter-
withstanding the attraction of Co- were shipped to them a few days ago ed at that city by Mr. F. Lewis Clark
burn's Minstrels at the opera house, by the American Locomobile corn- of New York city, who has his wife
and each night so far they have had pany. and a guest on board, arrived here
a splendid patronage for the size of. "The cars were selected after a last night from Daytona, where a
this town; Tuesday night, Tempest competitive investigation of various day or so was spent this week.
and Sunshine was the play; Wednes- makes. It is said that one considera-
day night, the high class and inspir- tion f importance The Onawah is on her way to Mi-
ing drama, Thelma; yesterday after-on df mportane was the dist- ami in charge of Capt. McQuarrie,
noon at matinee, Lena Rivers was tive feature of a direct drive on both and was piloted to this place by
given again by special request; last the third and fourth speeds in the Capt. Leon Vann, of Daytona. She
night the play was The Great West; A. L. Co. cars which will enable the is about 85 feet long, beam about 23
tonight the show will be Queen chaffeurs in the sandy roads to slip feet, draft 4j feet, and on account
These plays are away above thefrom the f her size the trip from St. Augus-
average dramatic tent shows and ev- from the highest speed into the next of her size the trip from St. Augus-
eryonewho h attended them has one lower and still be ona direct tine to New Smyrna was made by
eryone who has attended them has the outside route. A few days were
been highly pleased. With special; drive." spent on the St. Johns river.
scenery and fairly full stage effects' i spent on th t. Johns river.
the company is enabled to make an Fine box stationary, pads, pencils, r S
as attractive presentation under can- pens and ink. For Sale
vas as seen in many theatrical halls. BANNER DRUG STORE. Building lots and the best of pine-
After concluding their week's en- apple land, at Horti, Banana river.
tertainment here tomorrow night DENTOS DENTOS Address J. B. JONES,
they go to New Smyrna. Located at Titusville one week longer Georgiana.
Have your work done now at half price
For Rent Full Set Teeth $8.00 and up Rock Island Batteries
A two story house fronting on the Gold Crowns, Bridge-work 5.00 If you want the best dry cells
Porcelain or Pivot Teeth 5.00 write us for Rock Island ba, three
Banana river, central between Ca- old or Inlay Fillins 2.00 write s or Rck I and bat three
naveral and Artesia postoffices. For Pltinun. Ainv ,nrS sizes Nos. 6, 7, and 8, at 30c., 0 .,



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*Ilfti'wfll-hAltt vees of twb eo
Sthe thaeier Mhlara
a bA wear e is evesy wq.

SI oNws what lO aof these
am-a thb women, humt
a w'year the wor e wl oee-
t Set that these hao ben a
Spsehagis a m ee which will be
a 'e thstr advatn M."
h< e han d l a n ltesestim

as p- Latrlet p p mea ba
S t Ilw e Ms bee ole. I mw of
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I dom* t r ad m wver ae. n t
in Up-Oo-L "I didn't dare to
t - It ba aees ea o the fal-
o,, lte t oe fema Turks at home.

Saset. I tel you that there
wae ay eountry Ifke America.
a paradise, eute re home of free-
oay' poae wher a manw t a man
at a e- a woman, where human
er tes peevals, where an religious
b'e-f are tolerated, whee those ao
every ith work together or the com-
e- pioo I don't believe you know,
ye people who were born here, what
It t to be a American citien. I am
proud ef this country, and I love it as
I do my children and my wife.
"DBt my owrs home. my own Turk-
I country, is my first love. It Is a
prea country, with great pbestbUltles.
oW centuries we have been laboring
to cblt off the yoke which held us
down. Today It has been cast aside.
We a no loaer a country of slaves,
but a country of freemen. Ten years
from today you wil not know Turkey
r ts people. Japan has been the wbn-
der of the world. I believe that you
wl reeoa ne that Turkey Is the most
wonderfully progressive nation the
wrld has known in that time. She
wl duplicate what Japan has done.
"The Young Turks of the best fam-
i es in Parts. Berlin, Vienna, New
York, everywhere, were working all
the time to make the people free. No
Imople on earth ever fought as brave-
ly or suffered as much for freedom as
have the Turks. When the 'whole
story, as many of us know it, is writ-
ten It will make all of the other strug-
gtes for liberty pale into insigniflcance
beside It. Eighty thousand men. and
good men, too. bright men, brave men,.
noble men, sacrificed their lives for
their country.
"At home everything handicapped
the man who tried to succeed. Over
here It is different, and it will be dif-
ferent now in Turkey. Today they
write me that business men are al-
ready beginning to branch out and in-
resap their business. There are coal
mines, gold and silver and copper In
Syria and other parts of Turkey.
Theea minea will now be opened up.
and the people at home will make
*mabey, The Tong Turks want a

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'hsy tdamt dae to.' saie my brntb
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S-ld10 I e a my what I pleiv .
aime I ke. That is what r -r
.e msM e cum talk with, ,,
'wIr ef m a sdim. I ,
Smolcm.. bharst my brother t
'd maeowltd upoa bh. The old
tsabld b r his asety. bt be wa,
asta. Other Toun Turks did the
sam tal. Ma got together and
Ma Ita over and read the papers
wib were set them anddreamed of
ftdom. Te YToung Tdrks abroad
kept up the work. Like yeast it son
bIa to leaves the whole country, or
the mat Intellient part of it Thou-
sands of dollars were sent to help this
eaeo aloem. I wouldn't dare now to
say bow much or wbo sent It. but It
was seat. Thonands, yea, millions of
dollars, as much as was needed, and
nally this magUnifcent Mlasl Bey de-
livered his ultimatum, and It had Its
efeet, and what seemed to be the im-
ponible was brought about without
"You people don't appreciate what it
meant to thousands of homeless wan-
dorer when the sultan opened parlin-
ment the other day. It means life to
Turkey, an awakening of a giant that
has been dslping. Mark what I tell
yoe, ten years from today Turkey will
be making more rapid strides than
any nation In tie old world."
Too wueh wace
Yea foela f yon had one oe too many
whm you have aemlgs, doat you? Save
the hem, ouasy ed it but gt rid of the
mesma -alying hll aUd% S, w Liai-
-met f iam am Ithe word for rheamu-
ti r algia, bar, uta, Mid lame back
aad la B Maeold by TilesUle Pharmacy
mad Haiam Dra
ggeheGl as Mantle Now.
Ehirelfs as gas mantles is an Idea
frm Germany. The contents are
drawn or blown out, the ends are neat-
ly t of, and the body of thk ell ia
end ln postloa like the relu artl-
ele. The light thus obtained is very
good, whie the new form of mantle is
Tre of World Power Prodlead.
"It will not be many years until Cki-
na controls Asia, Germany domineers
over Burope, and the United Btates, my
beloved country, denmu te- the two
Amercas." Returning to ths country
after an absence of nine years, during
whieb be has become one of the most
prominent ogures In the musical cir-
les of Burope. Louts Lombard made
the above prediction at the Waldorf-
Astoria hotel. New York.
stomach Truble cOued
If yeo hav amy tremble with your stomach
yo sheld take Chamberla'Is tomach and
ver Tblets. Mr. J. P. Kloe, of Edina,
Mo., "I have ued a great many differ-
et medidcs Ifor lonoh trouble, but find
Chlmberlaia's Stomach and Liver Tablets
more benecial than any other remedy I ever
used." For mie b, Titville Pharmacy.

Deubtless the Reason.
Professor Searchem waj engross-
ed in the study of all things that
crawled. To him a pin had but one
purpose-to impale insects; tin cans
but one use-to house worms.
"Professor," complained his young
wife one evening, "how the prices
of vegetables are soaring! Just
think of it! Two dollars for this
bushel of apples, and half have
worms in them !"
"Perhaps, darling," commented
the professor as he strove to part
the few remaining hairs on his shin-
ing head, "they are of a very rare

species."--Harper's Weekly.

The Floral Decorations.
The housekeeping bride was
ticular to keep a flower or two
vase on the dining room table.
afternoon she came in late

in a

started to arrange some roses, when
her colored maid exclaimed:
"Oh, you got some, did you? I
was afraid you'd forget, seeing it
was so late, and I knowed we had to
have something green, so I just now
fixed it."
The bride went into the dining
room. In the center of the mahog-
any table stood one of her hand-
somest vases full of romaine salad
leaves.-New York Press.

The melancholy visitor peered
about'the grocery store.
"You keep the only commercial
enlDOrium in thea t tann v1n,

Os, WW to Whid 6o Old timrs

&Not hlu ao tbre wea a lecture
dbiveed in t Loik o the lost
ats before a small, selet gather-
ng," way a local scholar, "a the
name of which the lecturer strove
e bad to show how many arts
and wi totally unknown to us,
were pamR-d by te aneiats.
"I was particularly impressed by
one stat ent concerning the im-
mense sie of some of the blocks of
stoe used in the temples of Baul-
bee and the pyramids of Egypt and
the enormous weight of the great
granite blocks from which were
hewn the giant statues of the kings
and gods. Some of these blocks are
conp ted to weigh seventy-five or
eighty tons, and the lecturer inti-
mated that the ancients must have
posseed engineering machinery
superior to our own to be able to
lift and transport stones of such
immense size and weight.
"As a fact, the great cranes em-
ployed in our gunnery and armor
plate works would pick up such
blocks and carry them off as easily
and quickly as though they were of
"There is no mystery at all about
the way in which these blocks were
moved. In several histories of
Egypt there are reproduced pictures
found on the wall of an Egyptian
tomb which represents the moving
of one of the giant statues. Scores
of ropes are attached to it, and hun-
dreds of men stand ready waiting
for the signal to pull. The statue
is on a plank road and rests on roll-
ers. Men with jars of oil are greas-
ing the rollers, taking them out be-
hind and placing them in position
in front. The superintendent of the
work stands on the pedestal with a
trumpeter by his side. In the next
picture he gives the signal, the
trumpeter sounds, and everybody
pulls for dear life, while overseers
run up and down the line with
whips in their, hands making sure
the pulling is well done.
"This is one of the lost arts, and
no one need regret that it is lost.
We accomplish by ingenuity and
skill what the old timers did by
brute force. It is not probable that
anything of value has ever been
lost, and, what is more to the pur-
pose, we know a hundred, perhaps a
thousand, useful things of which the
ancients had no conception."-St.
Louis Globe-Democrat

A Warning.
Last summer the congregation of
a little kirk in the highlands of
Scotland was greatly disturbed and
mystified by the appearance in its
midst of an old English lady who
made use of an ear trumpet during
the sermon. such an instrument ie-
ing entirely unknown in those sinm-
ple parts.
There was much discussion of the
matter, and it was finally decided
that one of the elders-who had
great local reputation as a man of
parts--should be deputed to settle
the question.
On the next Sabbath the uncon-
scious offender again made her ap-
pearance and gain produced the
trumpet. whereupon the chosen
elder rose from his seat and march-

ed down the aisle to where tlih old
lady sat and, entreating lihr with an
upraised finger, said sternly:
"The fir.t toot-ye're oot!"-

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sorr for It-whme nervous or
hroe dyspepsia r l ted, ad
the have not bees able to ere t.
UUse Kodo aad prevat having
Everyone s snbjest to tadlgs
tik. Stoaceh deraaemet oeows
tomaeh abuse, Jlt u nataraly
and jst as surely as a sou d sad
healthy stomach results upa the
taking of KodoL
When you experileae s arass.
t stomach, belehinb at f a ad
*-nausea* fluid, bloated sensation,
pnawin pain In the pit of the
stomach heartburn (soca ld),
diarrhoea, eadaebe dulteas or
chreic tired feeling-yo need Ko
doL And then the quicker you take
Kodol-the better. Eat what you
want, let Kodol digest it.
Ordinary ppet "dyspeps tab-
lets" phyes, et., are not likely
to be of much beanet to you, in
digestive almna. PepIn is only

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vgl ctea he eard above any noise
tht me a e made by the locomotive.
Amta as this gog and oa the fac
tdothe box ar the little red smaphre
a the rd danger signal, and when
the gong mounds the semaphor goes
to danger" and the ad light s ashes.


Improve, Don't Ablish Five Centi
Theaters, bays Chioeg Pester.
In referene to the present agitation
concerning the condnct of fve cent
theaters, or "nickeleta." as they are
widely known, the Rev. A. L. Bartlett
of Chicago present the view that the
entertainments should be Improved
rather than abolished.
"Amusements have no character in
and of themselves," he says. "They
are good dr bad as the people make
them so. It Is both unjust and un-
N wise to condemn outright dancing.
card playing and theater going. All
wholesome amusements are needed.
but Instead of trying to abolish them
the church should seek to purify and
uplift them. The five cent theater has
become one of the great problems In
recreation which our city must solve.
Its low price has enabled It to reach
the multitudes, including many clhl-
.rea. Our city needs these cheap
amusements, but It does not ued nor
shoel it suer coarse and s clean
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S ima--th-m RI A tiblta
A Marathon re was the feature

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and d him. It was
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00ed Was a eem. cuaue te at
At ls Itte admired the corona
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.ft, fatth w from the resendst emprhat

paii n a their John was shown
w ise amde the pilgrimage to the
e of St. BSraphim td pray. for the
e d heir to the Russa throne.
The -mrue of the dead print was
IrIgI, bmt It was known to only a
ew of ns followers, he being Father
3Jm to virtually all. I
e r am ad the reglgious fa-
atleism of the uBssian peasantry are
hlatra ta In a striking manner by the
almost Mbaspheius veneration of
which Father John, much against his
wil, was made the object. Some time
Sa peasant In the government of
Kostroma wrote a hymn in honer of
athr John, placing him almost on an
equality with the persons of the Trin-
ity. The Kromstadt priest wrote a se-
vere letter to the peasant, rebuking
him for his bleeVemy, but this had
o ea ct, so he was compelled to go
n person to Kostroma in order to
apt a stop to the growth of a sect
which was being founded to worship
him. Thi Is only one case out of
many. There are cases la which peas-
ants openly maintain their conviction
that Father John was the Chrst, the
e.ear.tClen of the divtn spirlLt
Oe aged pilgrim who holds fast this
belef when he' was arrested and
threatened with ppnlshm t declared
with ewtbuslsm that he would gladly
die for his savior. Portraits of Father
John are frequently used as cons and
ar venerated n the same way.


ritish to Be Invited to Celebrate
Their Defeat on Lake Erie.
In the Interest of peace and tranquil-
lity between two great world powers-
Great Britain and America--plans are
being perfeted to invite the English
government to take part In the com-
mmoration of the one hundredth an-
alvernary of the defeat of the British
tl one of the notable conflicts of the
Whr of 1812, the victory of Perry on
Lake Erie.
Arrangements are being made by the
state of Ohio to promote a grand peace
carnival and joint Industrial exhibi-
tion to be held on the island of Put-in-
Bay in 1913. A commission has been
appointed by the governor to formu-
late a program, and thin winter the
state legislature will be asked to make
an appropriation which will put the
Smatter in concrete form.
It Is now proposed to have Canada.
through England," share equally in the
plans, with a view to creating a fur-
ther tie of friendship between the two

The Judges Warning.
Judge (about to sentence)-Pris-
oner, you have used this poor, half
witted fellow most unmercifully.
You have beaten him most cruelly.
Prisoner surlilyy) He attacked
me first. Besides, he is a rascal and
gave me no end of trouble on the
farm. It's not my fault his being
an idiot, my lord.
Judge (severely)-You should re-
memlbr, prisoner, that idiots, after
all. nre men like you and me.-
'rprln. ~-raps.

The Meaa-t Mann Town
is the oe, who always wears a frown, is crm
wad dimgreeable, and i s ahort and sharp in
his aswoe. Nime caesoutato tea it is not
the po fellow's blt, it's his liver and di.
gatio that make him feel s miserable, he
at help beian dialrmble. Are yo in
s of gSeting into tha eooditioo? Then
dart at oeekinga Ballaud's Herbine for your

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r-la U6m40 am j ad pl-ed
-. t60 E itd lot s bsdors tbor
dMhw be sis wet pave.
-g-ni and d oImWed that b how
=-I airsl hielf ID the mater.
"a WImmrme, wbl at tkde Park.
m- ?t ..i, MaI6., Mr. Weattlg-
s-- oUe*d a tem of hrasw on a
wt. may motni walking over the
asm-t asphalt with som sort of
cLd a (besir feet le had them
st d stating, liked the
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Lame Shoulder

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IMe, ia Uahk etsklua t
1r Mewass S LI r, a CeUas r
df C U ANMm., "MS be
vatt a a Mw dish to tiefe t as p-
atm of thm eeating assne
The new frat or vegetable rnlted
from an ezperimet made several
weeks as by Mr. HIUL At that'tim
a orane tree was nlat ll bloom I
is cucumber bothoue, at the same
time the blossom of the cucumber
vines t appeared. Mr. Hill tran
feared the polen from the orange blos
soms to several cucumber Bowers.
The first appearance of the ruit was
the same as that of an ordinary infant
cucumber, lbt as the frit grew the
result of tie Ioculatim became ap-
parent. The cucumber Instead of
leathening out remained round, like
an orange, with the orange bloom scar.
but the skin was that of a cucumber
with the same cotraetions. When
ripened the new product assumed a
bright orange color and from a dis-
tance appeared the sam u an orange.
With the seeds from the best specl-
mens Mr. Hill i growing a number of
vines and thinks that the new tfrit
will become established and prove a
favorite, as the taste of the orange and
ccuuat -r blends in an excellent man-
ner and makes a pleasing combination.

Seath Dketa Chureh "' Trt.
The Methodit Prbytrian and
Itheran churches of Parkston, D.,
have entered into a combine for mutual
protection. While neither of the three
churches I strong enough to stad
alone, It is thought tdat one chureb
made up of the three comgratio
an get along swimming. Accord-
agly a meeting of the three boards of
director was held several daysago
and articles forming a "trust" signed.


e-ge O.raham Vest's Tribute to
Main's Unlellsh Friend.
The folloi tribute to man's
unselfish friend was delivered by
Georg G. Vest before a Missouri
ury in a dog case:
"Gentlemen of the jury, the
best friend a man has in this world
may turn against him and become
his enemy. His son or daughter
that he has reared with loving care
may prove ungrateful. Those who
are nearest and dearest to us, those
whom we trust with our happiness
and our good name, may become
traitors to their faith. The money
that a man has he may lose. It
lies away from him perhaps when
he needs it most. A man's reputa-
tion may be sacrificed in a moment
of ill considered action. The people
who are prone to fall on their knees
to do us honor when success is with
u may be the first to throw the
stone of malice when failure settles
its cloud upon our heads. The one
absolute, unselfish friend that man
can have in this selfish world, the
one that never deserts him, the one
that never proves ungrateful or
treacherous, is his dog.
"Gentlemen of the jury, a man's
dog stands by him in prosperity and
in poverty, in health and in sick-
ness. He will sleep on the cold
Ground, where the wintry winds
blow and the snow drives fiercely,
if only he can be near his master's
side. He will kiss the hand that
has no food to offer, he will lick the
wounds and sores that come in en-
counter with the roughness of the
world. He guards the ,leep of his
pauper master as if he were a
Prince. When all other friends de-
sert he remains. When riches take
wings and reputation falls to pieces
he is as constant in his love as the
sun in itr journey through the heav-
ens. If fortune drives the master
forth an outcast, in the world,
friendless and homeless, the faith-
ful dog asks no higher privilege
than that of accompanying him to
guard against danger, to fight
against his enemies, and when the
last scene of all comes and death
takes the master in its embrace and
his body is laid away in the cold
ground, no matteNr if all other
friends pursue their way, tlhre byh
his graveside will the noble dog be
found, his head between his pnws,
his eves sad, but open in alert
watchfulness, faithful and true even
unto death."
Funeral of Puritan Days.
A Puritan day funeral took pIlrce re-
cently at North King ston. It. 1.. when
the body of Jo,hnl S. Smiaith. former
town councllnIII:i, was carried to a:
grave on his farm in nl old fashioned
wagon drawn by a yoke of oxent and
followed by a procession of several
hundred mourners. The ancient cus-
toms were followed at the dying re-
quest of kr. Smith. lie was eighty
years of age. For many years he had


EKdney Trouble akes You Mlserable.
Almost everybody who reads the news-
papers is sure to know of the wonderful
| L cures made by Dr.
f Kilmer's Swamp-Root,
the great kidney, liver
and bladder remedy.
: I It is the great medi-
cal triumph of the nine-
teenth century; dis-
covered after years of
4' r scientific research by
r Dr. Kilmer, the emi-
l -| nent kidney and blad-
der specialist, and is
wonderfully successful In promptly curing
lame back, kidney, bladder, uric acid trou-
bles and Bright's Disease, which is the worst
form of kidney trouble.
Dr. Kilmer's SwampRoot is not rec-
ommendedforeverything but ifyouhavekid-
ney. liver or bladder trouble it will be found
just the remedy you need. It has been tested
in so many ways, in hospital work, in private
practice, among the helpless too poor to pur-
chase relief and has proved so successful in
every case that a special arrangement has
been made by which all readers of this paper
who have not already tried it, may have a
sample bottle sent free by mail, also a book
telling more about Swamp-Root and how to
find out if you have kidney or bladder trouble.
When writing mention reading this generous
offer in thispaper and
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Latest Labor Saving Devices to Be
Displayed at Chlage Show.
hse electrical farm which will be
one of the features of the electrical
show In Chicago in January will oc-
cupy an entire floor in the Coliseum
Annex as an adjunct to the electrical
trades display in the main building.
The advancement in the science of
practical farming has been marked by,
the invention and Introduction of elee-
trical machines and devices In great
numbers, which not only add to the
comfort and convenience of farm life,
but are advantageous in the matter of
production and labor saving in all de- I
apartments. I
There will be electrical incubators
which will hatch chickens, ducks and
geese in plain view of the people.
Cows will he milked by electrical ma-
chinery. The cream will be separated
by electrical machinery, and butter
will be manufactured on the spot by
electrolytic action. Electrical machin-
ery for planting and harvesting will
be exhibited, there will be electrical
pumps that replace the windmill and
an electrical chicken in the model
Don't Take the Rask
When you have a bad cough or cold do not
let it drag along until it becomeschronic brown.
chitis, or develops into an attack of pneumo-
nia, but give it the attention it deserveand
get rid of it. Take Chamberlain's Cough
remedy and you are sure of prompt relief.
From a small beginning the ale and use of
this preparation has extended to all parts of
the United States and to many foreign coun-
tries. Its may remarkable cares of coughs
and colds have won for it this wide reputation
and extensive use. Sold by Tituaville Phar-
New York Chaufours Wear Veils.
Latest among the fads of Broadway,
New York, is the custom of wearing
women's veils, which have been adopt-
ed by many chauffeurs. The veils.
which are of many colors, are substi-
tuted for goggles by some chauffeurs.
although other drivers 5of automobiles
wear the veils in addition to the gog-




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|e ni Metropolis adds:
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S:.-'llircld wtasa ua .vi=m and
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Bm where In the tate sometime

'4, H. Herich, prudent of
S5eri r fh ealty company, of New
1k ftt, bin St. Augutine this
S oma bulaem vljt of nlder-I
3L 2 NlotmerimaIe He ia looking for
orti for orme forty or 8ity Ger-I
a'm ml s of New York state.
so heIr g moe almioaul with cooa
Amo lin the empire tate and desire
:. to d-ro Qto a more genial eme
a- a*s- opporbtulties are greater
Ssdetur s n their lbor ab re
Su. maistifuny.
ca a heasem for Brevard,mas
S* C U Ityca offerthem all that
St w M seeking, richly so, pleasant
B / *Namroumat and big returns on their

ram the aermes from all
U-d. are beginning to turn to
SIld now, so who will take the
ShuI g ti ag tiem inteeted in this

Bch"e Rec vl c Sodxak
f'Sr published lat week the
4 vAtt memt de1eAno of the al
.B -asLoutoa thesupple
B^,' nmr for high
n :x rca d or certain country
hrio that mintaaed an aewmag
stmumjosr of P0 p erent
5^^oh awtihoda t HBOloway ib
>n "b -nl g that thh pace the
,,, .. I black on a par with those of a

i ,; e 5 ins a already due the schools of
T thAe tati $167,756 under the 80 per
oot.Lat, and the high school act. In
udi there is also due them the
-.000, whichshould have been ap-
popriated by the comptroller on the
irst of January, 1908, if at that time
there bhd been money in the treasury
for that purpose. The aggregate
am nt, therefore, due the schools
n the fhrt of July, 1908, was $217,-
This large amount is lost to the
eools together with $165,000, which
would have accrued by the first of
; July, 190.
The law establishing a system' of
high schools wasenacted in 1903, and
'r the other acts coming under the de-
So dao of the court, were passed in
K :, 1906.
,While it seems from this decision
that the state is not able to appropri-
ate any money to the public schools,
for the reason that the appropriations
a w. ant~d in fact to a levy for school
Spurpoes, by which the legislature
was doing indirectly what it could

not do directly, a special county
Stax of three mills by districts may
be lawfully levied in addition to the
. regular county levy of seven mills,
and by this special levy it may be
possible to keep the schools up. to
present standard and length of term,
but the abolishment of the high
:ehool system is a very serious blow
to public education in the whole

SSchool Superintendent Walker in-
Sn fo usIthat theschool board did
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pleurisy or ipneunmita-then to something
tuore seric.ut. 16llard'(i' olehobnd Syrup
will cure the tronihle at ni otwiall prevent any
e'nipi;iv'i-atiou. ,ld by Titusville Pharmary
anl Drtig Store.
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elate Editor Rotoevelt there will be a
contingent of congressmen and sena-
tors wearing *mile* that link ear to
FRAtrK J. C2H3WY make oath that he is
the senior partner ofthe firm of F. J. CHXuZ
A Co., doing business in the city of Toledo,
county and state aforemid. and that sid firm
will pay the sum of One Hundred Dollars for
e M and every eae of atarrh that cannot be


CAoNm Nrod Mms
We desir to m to the honorbe
bod of eouItr eam-nlil- mr that
n their as proeedi (pub
ed In another colun) they hae gar-
led and misquoted the article that
they refer to as appearing in TH
uAR oS Dec. 2mth.
We did ot say that th6 road from
Turbull to the Voluia county line
eould be put in good condition suits-
able for automobiles to travel over
for $400 or $00.
We said nothing of the kind.
What we did say, and the para-
graph the commisoners referred
to, reads a follows:
'7rom Tumrabll on the north to Se-
batian (the county line) on the south,
aad to Fort Pierce, in St. Luce county,
the roads are fairly good for automo-
bles md with an wpesditnre of foer
or fve hundred dollars could be put in
very good shape."
Instead of the joke being on the
editor of T H SrAR it seems to fall
on the honorable board of county
commissioners and it might be well
for them to read newpper articles
twice over in future so as to be sure
they are right before attempting a
joke on the editor.
Now that we have the good roads
subject up we do not want the hon-
orable board to misunderstand THE
STAR's position upon another point
of this important subject.
While we have mentioned the need
of good roads, using the word auto
to designate what would be termed
fairly good' roads, this paper has re-
peatedly emphsied the fact that the
proper thing to do in developing,'
system of good roads is to construct
centering roads about important
towns and connecting near-adjoining
towns first, in order that the farmer
and actual settler can utilize the same
in hauling his freight and product
to market.
It is more important that actual
residents get the use of road im-
provements than the non-resident.
In other words we have more sympa-
thy for the cracker pony that hauls
oranges through Florida sand than
care for those who simply want to
pas through our country on sight-
seeing tours, it matters not whether
they are on a tally-ho, or in a 40 h. p.
touring car.
When Brevard an put down avit
rifed brick speedway the length of
the county we will be able to cater
to the auto speeder in such a way
that he will think he has struck par-
adise sure enough; but until then the
home resident with his runabout or
his neighbor who owns a span or
drives a single should receive first
consideration. Are we right, honor-
able board?
Ilurr- h (,r i!,. .. ; .. .. ; .
er.t'i." iwho i. I, , a , i., e ., I
showing th;lt lie wa:s iw c, .ers oil li;
Job. And. by the way. the job will
last long enough to earn a service
stripe or two in addition to the medal.

Every Mother
is or should be worried when the little ones
Imvu a cough or oldl. It I1My lead to croup or


of all Kinds.

I will be at the following places for the pur-
pose of asesing the taxes for 1909. at the
time named below. I would take it a a great
favor, if all would meet me at the designated
places at the time named. It will enable me
to cinplete my work earlier and more cor-
rectly. W. H. HALL,
Micco. Jan. 11, a. m., at P. Bertelson
Grant, 12, L. Jorgensen
Valkaria. p. m. E. Svedelius
Malabar. 13.. m. Aruold's store
Melbourne. 15. Brown's hotel
Melbourne Bch. 11. 'Postoffice
Eau Gallie. 18, The Inn
Tropic 20, Postofce
anyan, " p.m.
Brantley. 1 a. m.
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uat Oa thew 1 h soa. Oaea 09
swlmkme h es fawr natb as
Nyw YT k or oi the Met abhrr-ae
ba United Se wt atm thy have
bea -e fruwmtly reptaed from
South Carolina ad the gulf states
and from Lower calite They
often swim in schools or shoals ad
have a curious habit of turt ig som-
ersaults near the surface, some0mes
leaping as high as ten feet out of
the water and churning the sea into
foam. If the devilfishes could live
and move in the air in their mode
of progreion, they would probably
be said to fly, for a sort of subma-
rine flight is really what is accom-
plished. It is by flaps of the long,
winglike fins that they speed them-
selves along.
em TYms of Proof
"I have had seve year of poof that Dr.
King's New Dicovery is the bet media ae to
take or eoais md eold ad for every die-
eed coditi of that, cbeat or I ,"
W. V. Hery, of Panma Me. The
has bad thirty eight yea of proof that Dr.
Kic's New Discovery is the bet remedy or
o courand clds, la grippe, asthma bay hvwr,
bronhCti, hemorrhe of the lup sad the
arly ti of eonsumption. Ito timely use
wy prevent the developmeet of pau-
mou Sold wander sarantee at B er Drug
Store. 50. and 100. Trial bottle fre.
Painting the Town Red.
The expression, "Painting the
town red." has been traced to "The
Divine Comedy." Dante, led by
Virgil, comes to the cavernous
depths of the place swept by a
mighty wind where those are con-
fined who have been the prey of
their passions. Two faces arise
from the mist-the faces of Pran-
cesea and Paolo. "Who are ye?"
cries Dante in alarm, and Francesca
replies sadly, "We are those who
have painted the world red with
our sins."-Argonaut.
Weekly Weather Report
TrrsusviL, FLA., Jan. 1. 1000.
Statement of tmperatarMs ad ranlufl for
the week ending Wednesday.
Jan. 7 --..------------. 70 54
8 ---------------------70 54
S -- ......... 77 4
10-.........--......... 74 50
11-------------------- 73 5
1 .7 8
"IS 81 S as
Total rnlall for the week .08 Inebm.
MAX L. VoN KoPaAow.
Cooperatil Observer.
Watched teen Years
"For Mate yar I have watcebd the work-
in of Buckle's Arnia e ive; and it bes never
iled to cure any sore, boil, aloer or burn to
which it was applied. It a saved say
Ia doctor bill," ays A. F. Hardy, of Eat Wil-
ton, Main. Sao at Banner Drug Store.

Robbins & Graham Co.
Paid-Up Oapital 8S.000
This company owns lands in the
Indian river country, on the St.
Lucie river, at New river and on
Bilcayne bay
Send for land list

East Coast Meat Market

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4ST CAN recommend Peruna a a ood
A medicine for chronic catarrh of the
stomach and bowels. I have been
troubled with it severely forever year,
and also a cough.
"Now my cough is all gone, and all the
distressing symptr.ns of catarrh of the
stomach and bowels have disappeared.
"I wil recommend it to air s a rare
remedy.."-Mrs. FP. E. Little, Tolono, 111.
44 HAD catarrh of the stomach, bow-
1 ela sad lower internalorgans. Had
a great deal of pain in my right hip,
which felt likerheuqntiam. Also, pain
in my internal organs. The water was
highly colored, my back was weak, was
oonstlpated, and very restless.
"I commenced to take Peruna accord-
ing to directions, and began to improve.
I have taken ten bottles of Peruna andt
think I am eared."-Mr. W. C. flesp-
ill, Lousville, Miss.

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'* LW. . OREEN and family, d
V wLews Creek, Md., write: 'We
cannot express to yesm or thanks os
what Peruna has done for mother.
**When she began your medleine
was not able to be up all day, but now
she is helping with the work and aM
present hasgoe on visit. Her hbalt
is improved In general. Nodisciarges.
Good appetite. Bleeps well ad looks
f4(DY following your lastruette sa
D taking your Peru a and Mauaa
I am cured of cstarrh.
"I had catarrh for twelve years d
quito a bad cough so I could not sleep
night. I do not have any eough row.
If I feel anything in the throat I take a
swallow of Peruna and I am all right.*
-Mr. W. D. Smith, Br.. 3n6 Fose* a,
I Port Huron, Mich

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t mid convict for
|S^B^^^^-^w1" t^S SS-IcfdlXM tt ^ ^J
kikeaitlf si~d eonvief fo

I- : ..* be itimens of Ceosoa
1' S:~' Msouty ad be given to
Hb'hf;eily ishere.
f "f^ "y*lJa. u5, for action.
,: 'Prt utt showing
S :, 1SplCI e ta mld paid over
S'.; t et t.e r $10.50 from
S.e,, Yms ulmsin district No. .
T. A. RobTiBmb showing
bW etedadmturned~ over

( usesn iddis AtrictNo. 4.
1 p .&t J. M. Om b i Mwlagthat
~-h A HS 0t a d apd over to

m u aIf i s In district No. 1.
\rtetde ker the dreir t court
..d 11.IptNO. and purV asesm
tem th o December, 1908,
|a.y Wlfm id.
S, tO tal delk ret court, Co.
F Jmiessof the Peace L. K.
b C. H. Nam C.T. Me-
Mat tm W. C Per n nd J. M. San-
S+ "~Mul t o sad fortfitures during
q4 llri Deembea0, were

":fM salry ofa tMhe oaty auditor
-srhspintec wounty auditors books

W lomsw h la $8 to $50 per

ScoUmetr's reportof olelses
S'tetd duri- the month of Dec.,
S, amoqnting to $15.00 for the
S mto and$ m O for the county, was

h f collector's report of licenses
:laueted from Jan. 1, to Jan. 4, 190,
SmatiMng to $.60 for the state and
S11J5 for the county was received.
STax coler's report of poll taxes
colleted during the month of Dec.
108, for the year 1908, amounting
Sto $88.00, was r ceived.
1 Tax collector's list of discounts al-
lowed on taxes collected by him dur-
ing the month of November and De-
comber, 1908, on the 1908 assent
amounting to $51.09 on state and
county taxes and $1.32 on poll taxes
received and the same was approved.
Warrant No. 14,177 for $10.85
4" *dawn on the road fund and payable
I to Fee &Stewart on December8,
,. 108, having been illegally drawn,
the same is cancelled and destroyed
ad the clerk instructed to write
cross the stub of said warrant in red
i, ink the words, cancelled by order of
.' board of county eommiodoners this
4th day of January, the same having
Sbes illegally drawn.
The following bonds for carrying
pistols were approved and permits is-
med to J. O. Andreu, and W. M.
Scott; and bonds for carrying repeat-
ing riles were approved and permits
l iend to Carl J. Wittfeld and W. E.
The board adjourned till Jan. 5,
"when the newly elected members of
,, theboard being present as follows:
J! -. .On st district; J. Mot,
Sbd; B. A. ComkHin, ad; W. A. Hea-
Sto, 4th, and T. J. Coekshutt 5th; also
Swrm prsnt A. A. Stewart, clerk of
.the circit court and J. P. Brown,
Ssriff. A. Co inrmilg was elected

Pand. A uidt WeSt.

prm that tie publie
rad outh at L.K. b-a`ond's be
m ndthat ad road be
Srun sramght from Mir Johaon's
soUta east eorner to where it now
rme the railroad was received.
C m. Carver, James Carver and E.
S edelus a e appointed a committee
to vew tahe mum and make report
thereof to this board at its meeting
on the first Monday in February, 190.
Mers. T. J. Cockashutt and J. M.
Oban were appointed a committee
to select a place at the Florida State
Fair building for Brevard county's

James F. Mitchell i appointed to
take charge of Brevard county ex-
hibit at the Florida State Fair at
Jackonville, Fla., and his salary is
fixed at $125.00 per month.
The board drew the list of names
for the jury for the year 1909.
The sheriff was instructed to have
A. J. William ad his family moved
to the poor farm.
R. A. Conkling, chairman of the
board filed a report showing that
be had collected from the F. E.C.
R'y. company $280.00 for county
mules killed on the railroad. He al-
so Mid a receipt from the county
trearer showing that this amount
had been paid into the road fund.
The following voucher were ex-
amine and approved and w~ilants
ordered to be drawn for same.

P id t inpetoa drkes ad deputy
oris of special eleiom..-.......
J. M. Ob.., couat omminioner-..
J. It. K nk .6.
. A. Omkliln -
T. A. RBoblson, 4 *
W. H.eaon, "
T. J. Cockshott. " *
A. A. Stewart aosaotent ...
J. P. Brown, waiting n board.......
A. A. Stewart, clerk and auditor board
onsty eomaimaiomerz
John Henry, om.. ao. tro rorer.....
W. 8. Norwood, regwtraion ofcer, etc.
H. A W. B. Drow C. blank for J. ..-
John Heary, freight and haallng taso
Wterner's desk
attorney'a* de---- ...............
A. A. Stewart, sples --..............
J. P. Brown, Janor.......
J. P. Brown, amre of courthbom roand
J. P. Brown, planting trees h. yard-
J. P. Brown, dellverid ballot boxes--
Mm. .M. Brown, rent of room for
elodes--------- -
Ol a & Johnson, work at court house-
Ja. Pritehard A Son, mde. for jail
and court housae-......-...--....
P. J. Hall, accomat of Jail coutract-
P.. JHall, uacont of ailor's home--...
B. .L Willon, med. for prisoner-----
Cbs. Gardner, mdae. for Jail-....--
W. Banning, mdse. for Jail------..
.I J. Dnnanm, supt. co. home, etc...--
Tituasille Limber Co., lumber co. home
G. F. Daren, mea for eoanty home- -
E. W. Dann. cook at co. home ........
Ja. Pritchard a Son, tools, co. home. -
E. L Brady A Bro., groceries co. home
F. C. Advocate, printing election tick-
etc, etc-............................
E. C. Advocate, advertising list of
stricken names. etc. -......-........
E. M. Stokes, ferryman-......- -...
A. A. Stewart, report of tax redpt... -
S 100 ooples game laws...
6 writing certificates, re-

sait of election ------------.........
Mr. Emma Reed, home rent ...----
A. A. Stewart, minutes for publication
Ttuville Electric Light Co., lights..--
Elli Cobb, work on courthouse yard-
E. L. Brady & Bro., mdse. for jail....-
Frank Beaty, cleaning courthouse lot.
SW. Hall, commilaious..----------

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Bad work, etc ....--............. 17"70 4
Road work, etc. -------.....-....-.. 45 9
Road work, etc.--------------------- 463o
Road work, etc..---------.. --....... 16883
Road work, etc. .-------.... ----.... 64 40
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te e era M da i wea in thq
Nit M I-- them Wr," to

Ab s ttm t**** i on
saleW.teople easy ma t yas ago, but it is sa Ar-
ym roe that hs been srve to
Sthraoh the ag -thu t have ao
history excepting that which oimes
from a scientific study of the lan-

, one of our sister languages has
preserved this root so much un-
changed a has the Gnglish, though
it s found in all of the family. The
Dutch come nearly a close with
their "ster," and the old High Ger-
man is a little further off with
"sterro." The Anglo-Saxon has
"steorra," the Sanskrit "stri," the
Icelandic "stjarna," the Latin "stel-
Ia" and the Greek "astar."
The other branches of the lan-
guage have their "star" words near-
ly as close to the root, and they all
use the word, not in the sense of
brightness, but in the sense of
strewn or spread, that which spreads
out or dispenses, a star being a dis-
penser of light.
When our ancestors had intelli-
gence sufficient -to thoughtfully ob-
serve the stars and began to be
able to speak of them they used the
word "star" as conveying the idea
of a something which scatters light.
From this same root has grown
scores of words which contain the
idea of scattering, dispensing,
spreading out and strewing. The
careful reader of the dictionary will
notice them in many places.
"Straws" that "show which way the
wind blows" are from the same
root, because in the word is the
idea of that which is scattered or
"Strew" and "stratum" are
among the many children of "star,"
and even such words as "consterna-
tion" and "street" come from it.
The idea is in "consternation"
through the Latin "consternere,"
to bestrew, throw down, pros-
trate. Consternation metaphorical-
ly throws you down, and street
conveys the same thought of some-
thing spread out, strewn with pro-
tecting substances or paved.
It is such little words as "star"
appearing in so many different lan-
guages, always having the same un-
derlying meaning, that tell us of
the union that must have existed
between the peoples whose descend-
ants have preserved the words.-
New York Herald.

Setting the Verdict Aright.
Years ago an elderly and brusque
jurist from Sndusky used to hold
district court in Cleveland, and on
one of his visits a beautiful young
woman was tried before him and a
jury on a charge of stealing $85
from a man. She was clearly proved
guilty, but the jury, impressed by
her youth and beauty, found a ver-
dict of not guilty.
"Mr. Clerk, remarked the old
judge, "pay the $85 to the prosecut-
ing witness, it having been clearly
proved in this court that the de-
fendant stole it from him, and you
may also pay these twelve fools
their fees and let them go."


Are You Sure Your Kidney are
Many rheumatic attacks are due to uricacid
in the blood. But the duty of the kidneys is
to remove all uric acid from the blood. Its
presence there show the kidneys are inactive.
Don't dally with "uric acid solvents." You
might go on till doomsday with them, but un-
til you cure the kidneys you will never gt
well. Doan's Kidney Pills not only remove
uric acid, but cure the kidneys and then all
danger from uric acid is ended. Here is Ti-
tusville testimony to prove it.
L W. Haile, living on Washington avenue,
Titnsville. Fla., says: "I can highly recom-
mend Doan's Kidney Pills for the purpose for
which their use is intended. I suffered from
rheumatism in my shoulders and a lameness
and soreness in my back for some time. The
kidneys were also sluggish in action, and the
secretions when allowed to stand deposited a
dark sediment. I read of Doan's Kidney
Pills, and procured a box. After using them
in accordance with the direction the kidney
secretions became regular in action, natural

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is- aUppner hra tere.

is^ t e while heur hus-
ly to death, their blood
Us dtogir~olkbstdyin. He
I ar a them rl mld a
a .ee a ttetld to
thewater theat bAtear pac-
INlor rts e aght

SIsalh al he rett turned to
Stomow, wble b her bas-
tIgS 3Isup tgheg 0o tG It was
TrM ma to d ao, t yr blood
j her ftest matadmtr. he
Slit.akm out alfl burt id de t
ls ven knownl n her name.
ir ar t Mamamashe hard thes-
E latd= that immediate fly

gna t hhL a pile hao debreog
~san&a mao a betri U yo-.
*"p wght tao Iwrs dhla. Her
li pa bf mb the int o ex-

toft a r he turned to
LL Ip !MJ~r all Idu. lt he was
b POW the or-. It was
.p .e .h ..... t stasy back to p h i

a. L' hs s@ cu e i
," at I ts a" emu bb maged o tos
bumi,, .s p. ars er thedher

1, 't becrAtied, for pityr aske
M11#10% mms onto ras"
,. ll etavem I was at the the.
ATi Ii'r iht, ad I *pploded
i I have a mother. Don't'

s wrma was eventually dug out
b -MM snlnre. sby remember the
ltm- saMt d' d h rescuers to
rek be we paned down. He also
Selt lteed In a little night-
-tw aseTd well and unainjured
aW Lif Clab for four day on a
g -a f osO et e6aftora to a house that
, w o o sntt- demolnhbed.
S the Marqnui dl Buvollto, who visit-
ed the stricken district of Calbria.
I have visited Reggio and the sur-
rmding district. The railway to Reg-
o tam e lallna and as far as San Ore-
orto was invaded by the sea, and the
rals are still strewn with corpses. The
tidal waves roared over and swept
dear two districts of Lazaro and Pel-
lao,. It is Impossible even to tell
where the houses stood.
The waves at Salna raised a man to
the height of the second story of a
bhoue and swept him through it and
for a distance of 500 yards inland.
His head was like a broken eggshell.
One house, that of a postal offclal, re-
Snaled erect at Lassaro. The waves
ooded it so that 4sh were afterward
found In the upper rooms.
I found a man In Regglo pinned
alive beneath a fallen roof. He was
hidden from view, but his rAlatlves
were feeding him through a narrow
The grotesque intrudes everywhere
upon the terrible. I saw a corpse with
a vast block of stone upon Its head
ad shoulders. The man had died
while pulling on his trousers.
Near the mayoral offices a man was
ying buried In such a manner that
hs parents could speak to him, but
dared not seek to save him. A great
wall tottered above him, and the least
movement would bring it down. An-
other buried man who could receive
help through a crack in the wreck-
age maintained complete tranquillity.
When his relatives came to feed him
he asked why they had not brought
him any liquor. When they told him
that no attempt could be made to res-
ce him till the next day he answered
coolly: "Au revolr. then. I will see
you tomorrow."
Slanor Vidala. the proprietor of a

.^^ nW~ak MIMI' bb
him on "his bny

wa i wa tWrOI ltle a wild look-

~~ S.g ti me and then w-
pp pi i I sI al'ilo am bereft 91
adyI batay." he interrupted "I now
m ale- ta the world, Ibe you, VI
4ls .- It was evidet that this man
ws hal enar He had saved a
,~ghter uom the rurls, but his two
at' r had been killed. after he died
of his njurls.

ndiana Prefee Deplores Outside
Srmpleyet of Maried Woewn.
'Advance in the age of marriageex-
perience In and distaste for domestic
duties, uneconomic habits of spending
and a more ready resort to divorce as
a refuge of domestic ills are some of
the pathological resufts of the Indus-
trial employment of married women."
Professor Ulysses 0. Weatherly of
the University of Indiana thus criti-
cised the conditions that followed the
entrance of women Into Industrial em-
ployment at the recent convention of
the American Socological society in
Jersey City, N. J.
"The defective conditions of home
life that result from the outside em-
ployment of the married woman," he
went on, "react on the habits of the
husbands and are disastrous to child-
hood. The Infant death rate is in-
variably high where married women
are employed and children are de-
prived of the normal bome discipline."

Canadian Will Defy Niagara In
Uniqe Rubber Vehicle.
Another man is planning to try the
trip over the Horseshoe falls in a vehi-
cle different from anything that has
been tried before. It is an immense
rubber ball which It now being con-
structed by a rubber company in the
United States. The voyager is Robert
Leach of Chippewa, Ont. and he plans
to make the perilous trip next June.
There will be two balls, one within
the other. The outer ball will be thir-
teen feet In diameter and the inner
one. In which Leach will hazard his
life, eleven feet In diameter. The in-
ner ball will be held in position by
I our spiral steel springs, and sufm-
cient oxygen will be pumped Into it to
give the man a bare chance for lis fIf
anything goes wrong.
Chiage Street Sweepers' Headlights.
The street sweepers that operate at
night on the more Important boule-
vards of Chicago have found their
work hampered and rendered danger-
ous by the carriages and automobiles
that throng these avenues. In order
to relieve this danger each man is now
provided with an electric lamp, which
Is attached to his helmet, fed from a
storage battery In the sweeper's hip
pocket. The entire outfit weighs less
than a pound, and the lamps will burn
ten hours without recharging. The
sweeper does not have to give the ap-
paratus any care, as It is properly con-
nected up and fitted to him when he
starts to work at night and needs no
attention until he returns from work
la the morning.-Scientlfle American.

Same Settlemnent.
Diner (who has run up a heavy
bill)-You are manager here, eh?

Well, six months ago I dined here,
and, unfortunately, being unable to
pay my bill-er-you kicked me
The Manager-Very sorry, in-
deed, sir, but business, you know-
er-I had to-er-
Diner-Oh, that's all right, old
chap, but -might I trouble you
again ?-London Telegraph.

A Fair Question.
A quarrel had taken place at a
fair in Ireland, and the culprit was
being sentenced for manslaughter.
The doctor, however, had given evi-
dence to show that the victim's
skull was abnormally thin. The
prisoner on being asked if he had
anything to say for himself replied,
"No, yer honor, but I would ask,
Was that a skull for a man to go to
a fair wid?"
Ever Borea
Fever aores and old chronic eores should not
be healed eatiely, but should be kept in heal-
thy wmalH il 'TP l him h As.. hw rnl.vind

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churh toatmes o the word. It ah TIM 1APAT Arsa esh ACi Me ,
fwtess story e uildigadns a anyI e dine.eke* iweach. It bas es us es is
chumeh combled, the church belogs it od bytr ta i a iaf i thu hbums hear s an ,e i a
the midds with oices risig aln lti d a med A" tod a

ago this plot f ground was give for ol s e i s da
church purposes, the restriction being | r. tabll Ukot to seia th s adar sh Iamna
that It "must always and ever be .a u-ed'- .| l ls al N o -ma.1
for church purposee"
Several churches have come and rhyieel~l U m thL *T O
one on this most valuable plot at ihey bllag npodesysc
Sixth avenue and Smithfield street, In aid. Thy LurI htm ih d a dVl
the heart of the downtown district to
while skyscrapers have gone up all y t tiim la EA I W T AUYT iNMlT.
around It. The congregation cannot TAKE NO U IUTES* Thiseb medr has provenI Islf the re mad
sell and rebuild in the suburbs, as It tried friend of the human family hby alvi
would like to and could do at great Wasp and Its Prey. prompt relief when taken for Oonpatia.
profit, so the happy thought was evolv- As Dr. Darwin was walking one Indisestion. Biliousneas. Drnpess. Disl-
ed thatan office building and a church day his gaden he perceived eert andbl cld e M Mor.
could be combined. day his garden he perceived inactive iverandaclomd up as's.
The front elevation sh3ow a front- wasp uon the gravel walk with a Itisapleuant remdy of reatspowwr.and
age on Smithfield street, with a cathe- large fly nearly as big as itself, Nuttre's s an tn the ihedr I
dral style church front in the center. which it had caught. Kneeling i made n both liquid md p i form s
The church effect rises with the build- down, he distinctly saw it cut of ple acsnt and aveeble to then tat. T ar
distictlyin action, and leaves no sicadkenmi waks
Ing for about seven stories, then per- the head and then, taking up wi h ins after effects
mits the office part to continue sky- its feet the trunk or middle portion It Is anm lIde Lf.wr
ward. Thereis to be a great chime of of the body, to which the wings re- We have a las number of letters frm
bells in the church, and the whole ed- mained attached, fly away. Buta itised patm.ns who haveybe b bea tds
iee will cost not less than $1,5000. breeze of wind a i on the wings and cured by it.
iT ^eTEACHING PLANU of the fly turned around the wasp St. Josoph's Liver Resulator issid
PATRIOTISM TEACHING PLAN.with its burden and impeded its bdrusand eerl m banter
I:n send tonus for it. Pries. Liuid. ee-sm
progress. Upon this it alihted cantndtxor.PrsLud5 n
National Red Cross Arranges Special prog es. gpon this lt lighted bottle. Powders. in tin boxes. 0 eents a
Sunday School Membership Sch again on the gravel walk, deber- box.Sample of powder and book et
A movement which Is likely to have lately sawed off firestone wing and free on apuaton -
farreaching results In the teaching of then the other, and, having thus re- gKM mie W.
patriotism in the Sunday school hqs re- moved the cause of its embamrrass- e p
gently been launched through pubia- ment, flew off with its booty.-Lon--
tUons of the Congregational, Methodist, don Globe.
Presbyterian, Lutheran, Universalist s
and other denominations. Through Net the gardener. ~
the efforts of Charles A. Brand, editor When in 1883 Professor Freeman l-----
of the Pilgrim Teacher of Boston, was mining Battle abbey he I
the American National Red Cross has found himself dogged by a person S
made a special membership arrange- ound ime1 dogh e b peron .s s
ment for the benefit of all scholars who, as he thought, somewhat of -
in the Sunday schooL The member- eiously obtruded his offers of as- 10
ship fee has heretofore been $1 a year, distance. After vainly trying to A Go
which put it out of the reach of most shake him off he broke forth with: .
of the members of the Sunday schools, "I don't want your assistance. The t.. "
and yet the children are the very ones Duke of Cleveland promised that I l -. t"." .
who should be learning to take an ln- should not be interfered with by the .... .
terest in this great humanitarian and" o f *
patriotic work. By the new arrange- "Exactl so t reply "*
ment the American National Red was te
Cross will enroll Sunday school classes hope they have obeyed my orders. -------- -
as classes on the payment of $1, and I am the Duke of Cleveland."
the Red Cross membership button and
the publications of the Red Cross will encosistent.
be sent to the president or secretary "What an inconsistent fellow
of the class or the persons designated Jack is?'
to take charge of them for the class.w "How "sot i h
"He wrote in Blanche's auto-
NEW FISH TAIL PROPELLER. graph album that he wished her a C O U
life of happiness."
Test Promises Great Possibilities Wa't that all right ?"
Latest Marine Device. ta al riLJ tL|
Driven a propelling device whoo "I suppose it would have been if
Its ventorby adapted fropelli the structure he hadn't turned around and within
and propulsion operation of a fsh's three months married her."-Kan-
tall, the thirteen foot model of a bat. mf City Tndepedept5
teshlp raced through the water of a s o Lhw
big tank in a test on top of a Broad- ~ T, of the
way (New York) buihllong recently. Secretary Wilson ays "Oe of the oe
Sbulg of the law is to inform the consumer o the
The novel jointed propeller, working presence of certain harBmfl drosin mredi
between twin keels, sent the little boat does." The law requires that the amount of
along with such power that it traversed chloroform, opium, morphine, and other habit
the ninety-one feet between its bow maforming dru e a on the label of eh
and the end of the tank in eight see. Cough Remedy havealwayuelaimedthattheir
bonds. This is at the rate of eight remedy did not contain any of these drug,
miles an hour. and the truth of this claim is now rally proven
as no mention of them is made on the label.
Most interesting of the prowess dis This remedy is not only one of the afest, but
played by the fish tall propeller was one of the best in use for coughs and colds. lhlle1uy sg l i sh --B-M -ad
its ability to stop the vessel quickly Its value has been proven beyond question b s i ta e. It ...s M -a" a
and gather sternway. In this it a during the many yes it i s beenin general
outstripped, the experts present said use. Fso ~ e by sT hm Ml a aIL
anything now possible with screw pro Any skin itching is a temper tester. The k 25 aI igl M
pellets. more you scratch the worse it itches. anan's
J~ .... .... Di..,R i i O it intmnt cures piles, ezema-any skinc itch-

A~s lrUL8I UUU 51ruIJ A\LU ~ ing. At all drug stores.
the inventors, assert that their fish tall -
propeller will produce a speed at press Cats Aong the Egyptians.
eat unequaled. Cats Among the Egyptians.
The tutelary deity of cats was Di-
To Make Church Sound Proof. ana, and, according to Plutarch, the s a"7 ym m to t.
The Bedford Presbyterian congre- cat was not only sacred to tl)y niBl SawE a taIm sea
bit it tr~w tfie a We lave
nation of Brooklyn. to which the Rev. moon, but was an emblem of it; bee.u Inprmoa oweradrqetabe
S. Edward Young of Plitsburg was re- h,.c cats were treated with pe- M eewoEl toe s. P
cently brought after considerable tron- culiar consideration in the land of iosm. akgbt a ket--er'.
ble, Is going to have a sound proof edl- the pharaohs, the death of one be- lo s
flee to worship in. no matter what it P r f lm -d -My
costs. This fanct was n:Inunn.d from ing regarded as a great family mis- u.nv ,lS mh.
the pulpit. and IDr. YV',R t said an fortune. Egyptian cat funerals were
architect lind been f,.nld who has celebrated with the greatest pomp
guaranteed to make the church a-,ous- and ceremony, their late owners
ties so perfect thatt not : ti:t wheeled showing respect by shaving off
trolley car or thle he:vlest wnaon rum- their eyebrows and wearing sack- JOHN Wl ITE & C
ble can be heard by the worshllers. cloth for nine days. In the time of Lousvt. KYy.
Moses it was a capital crime to kill m--a s-
A great many people have kidney and blad- a at, and we are told by Diodorus s S maseO
how a Roman soldier who killed one nw FURSaw
der trouble. mainly due to neglect of the oc- how a Roman soldier who killed one w FU
rasional pains in the hack, sight rheumatic was tried, sentenced and finally put maild l3
pains urinary disornlrs. etc. Delay in such to death. w-.ele
cases is dangerous. Take DeWitt's Kidney
anid Bladder Pills. They are for weak back What Others Say About It
backache. rheumatic painsandall kidney and Many of the best people in Tennes ee aed l ILL COUCH
bladder trouble. foathinl to etn tietic.d adjoiningstates recommend St. J,,seph's Liver MI CURE mt LUNOS
ac.t promptly. Don't fail to get DeWitt's Kid-
nry and Bladder Pills. Accept no substitute. Regulator as being a splendid laxative and
Regular side c. Sold by Banner DrugbStore. liver m dicine. Its occasional use will keep
ular e Sold Sore the system in good condition. thus as Ai.tiDng
nature to establish good health. It will re- WITH. ki
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il.axs-ib evaiy ans haie-
to.' r tI pmdt of the fox
it *s f t the w ing of
iv, isi d pon. It was
St "athe hunt should
,7- ll -t Wifrm to a red coat
.: 4, with a small frok sleeve,
Sa r elet cape and green I
: v- eoL ad that the sleeves have
ftte a, tlhe rd addle cloth to
b lbg;bd with green instead of
S It appears evident that
i goteim e sacridfed their
b o tks' for a red oat because
S ta the oely orthodox color for

leathers does not
aeesi.cafyated upon
i he ea, r the reaso that at
ft te w they wae universally
rn s r ihli hunting mm This
i a sad rWlt r Ie of the Tarpor-
ye tler 5tb U h doiun "If any
Mi a t he society should marry
b to pnesnt eah member of
o he thAt with a pai of buckskin
ioLs I'reoter, "Any mem-
wa f the hunt who marri s a r-
-a 0. i ie two pain of
ei hdt" We ay af~dy infer
fbm thee rnle that in 1770 a red
set and least breechs were the
Insect wear othe fox hunter. It
is itereting to note the dose and
L f p ails of this hunt.
i .et e the slight t deviation
inu whih led t a t be of a guinea
or W"y saeb offeIse.
It is a recrd that a member
r nAed for "not taking the bind-
ifg of the buttonholes of his coat,"
while another. gentleman paid for-
ft for bhaing his sadde cloth
bad with purple instead of the
orthodox *oaemt
Surely the Tarporley Hunt club.
whieh is still today, with its race
meting and its toasted cheese, one
4O the most revered institutions of
Cheshire, may be regarded as the
greatt of champions for the eti-
quette of hunting costume. Bai-
ly's Magazine.

A Pleasant Po peet.
A Philadelphis woman whose giv-
e name is ar, as is also the name
of her daughter, had recently en-
aged a domestic, when, to her em-
b-rrasment, she discovered that
the servant's name, too, was Mary.
Whereupon there ensued a strug-
gle to induce the applicant to relin-
quish her idea that she must be ad-
dresed by her Christian name. For
'some time she was rigidly uncom-
"Under the circumstances," said
the lady of the house, "there is
nothing to do but to follow the
English custom and call you by your
last name. By the way, what is it?"
"Well, mum," answered the girl
dubiously, "it's Darling."-Harper's

Courtehip In Spain.
When a Spanish young man
wants to pay his attentions to a girl
ha must get notes smuggled to her
or "play the bear"-that is, stand
under the window of her room and
try to attract her attention either
by srenading her with some music-

W fvlb' ts t aWtfW -'enot morn
- but a)DId I hit himr No
"it ibd a ato or aMle 'ptt m'

'iMaf. th tias I've stood olast
toa d hole an' sho at a big, fat
del praM dog setting' up on end
IoUm' IstIaiht at me an' not moving'
an eyelasb. But did I hit him? Not
though I bhad no more wabble to my
mitTa tha days than th' rock o'
Jibberaltar. All I seen was a twin-
kle o' heels an' tail, and when th'
moke cleared away they wasn't no
prairie dog layin' dead beside th'
vestibule of his playshal abode.
Neither was they none layin' dead
side, as r found out if I laid low
lang enough an' een 'is assy nose
come poknl' up to daylight ag'in.
"Smart sellers, them prairie dogs,
even if they are dang fool animiles.
The weak p'int of a prairie dog is
his curiosity. Fight him on any
other line, an' you'll keep your re-
spect far 'im. Quickness, keen
smelling good hearing' an' eyesight-
he's got all them; got a diplomy
from Prairie Dbg university in all
them branches. But he ain't even
in his freshman year when it comes
to rastin' that curiosity o' his'n.
It s a frinht.
"So th' feller that wants a prairie
dog an don't care wait a few
years till he can shoot one an' gt it
without diggin' up a whole town-
ship has only jit to take advantage
of the prairie dog's weak p'int an'
hes got 'im.
Take a bar'l an' cut a hole in
th' bottom big enough t' set over
th' prairie dog's hole an set it over.
Then ay down beside that bal an'
wait. Th' little feller hears some-
thin' going' on around his front
stoop, an' he wonders what it is.
As soon as hebegins t' wonder he's
a goner. If he could just keep from
starting' t wonder he'd live free till
he died of old age. But he can't.
Cur'osity ain't no trat with him-
it's disorder.
"No sooner does he hear that bar'l
ionnLin' an' tunkin' around up
there an' no sooner does th' noise
stop than he scuttles right up there
to see what's doing First thing, he
scrabbles through that hole in th'
bottom o' th' bar'l!
"Th' feller beside th' bar'l hears
'im scuffin' round, an'-zip!-he's
shoved that bar'l aside so th' hole in
th' bottom ain't over th' hole in th'
ground no longer, an' Mr. Dog
can't git back, an' he can't climb th'
sides o' th' bar'l nor nothin'-jist
goes rampagin' round, wondering '
how it happened he got took in that
"So while the prairie dog, as I
said in the beginning is right peart
an' hard to bamboozle in most ways
he's a easy mark fer th' chap that
knows 'is weakno'-s an' tikes advan-
tage of it."--('hicnaz- News.

How is Your Digestion
Mrs. Mary Dowling of No. Atbh Ave..
San FrancIco. recommends a remedy for
stomach trouble. She mys: "Gratitnde for
the wonderful effect of Electric Bitten in a
case of acute indigetion. prompts this teati-
monial. I am fully convinced that for stom-
ach and liver troalea Electric Bitters is the
best remedy on the market today." This
great tonic and alternative medicine invigorate-s
th system, prifies the blood and especially
helpfl in all forms of female weak nea. sOc.
at Banner Drug Store.

The Chemics of Life.
"In the pursuit of the science of
chemistry," says the professor, re-
moving his glasses and rubbing,
them thoughtfully with his silk
handkerchief, "we find it of the ut-
most interest as well as importance
to discover the affinities of the dif-
ferent elements and substances."
"And what if you discover the
wrong affinity, professor?" asks the


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Hemen and Umbrellas.
"If the umbrella is for a gentle-
man I suggest that it be cheap," the
clerk said. "For a lady, the costlier
the umbrella the better.
"Ladies, you know, never lose
umbrellas, never leave them in cars
or shops, never carelessly allow
them to be swiped. ihy, there are
gold and silver handled umbrellas,
the property of ladies, that have
been coming back to us for repairs
for forty years.
"But men-dear mel Men are
liable to lose an umbrella the first
day they take it out.
"For a man, you say, sir? Then
I recommend this strong and serv-
iceable article at 74 cents, reduced
from 9S." New Orleans Times-



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ito itfl~ft wi -tUL Wbatha der
It as be aswed and weem d so
s- ately that bathtalp and cis-
tua m ade perfectly water
tiget i by joimg the edgp of

Sltde got uoutf the ground by
meua of biting, holein bond
into it with steam drills. With der-
ricks and hoisting chains the ronO
dab are lifted to the edges of the
quarry, and then they are rolled on
trclks to the shanty of the splitter.
The slate forms naturally inlayen,
and the splitter, following the grain
or "ribbon" with a large chsel, sep-
arates the blocks into strips of the-
proper thickness for roofing slate.
Then the slate passes through a
cutting or trimming machine, where
by the blows of a heavy knife the
irregular pieces are*cut into rectan-.
gular "shingles." Boys often oper-
ate this trimming machine. After-
ward the slates are piled up in
squares, each pile containing
enough to cover 100 square feet of
In the neighborhood of the Penn-
sylvania quarries one will find
houses whose walls are entirely of
slate. The blocks of which they are
made are smoothly sawed, and the
walls are exceedingly substantial.
A Pennsylvania factory where.
various articles are manufactured
from slate contains three horizon-
tal saws twelve feet in length, each
f which is furnished with sevent-
five cutting diamond. Probably
these are the most expensive saws
in the world, or each one costs $6,-
800. There ire also in the factory
diamond jigsaws, a circular saw,
four planners and other slate work-
The huge horizontal saw that
works on one of athe bloc of lte
is lowered by a ratchet t the rate
of a quarter of an inch a minute.
The saw would cut iron or steel at
the same rate. Water is played on
the saw to keep it cool and wash the
slate dust from the cut.
After the sawing the block is
planed by being moved back and
forth by machinery under a firmly
fixed chisel. Then it is polished,
much as marble and granite are, by
means of a rapidly revolving disk
of cast iron, called a rubbing bed,
which is kept covered with a sprin-
kling of fine sand continually sat-
urated with water. The slate is
bored by means of diamond pointed
Slate land was once so little val-
ued that the tract on which the fa-
mous Chapman quarry in Pennsyl-
vania is situated was sold for a pint
of liquor. Its subsequent owners
have taken millions from it.-Pitts-
burg Post.

Always have Kennedy's Laxative Coagb
Syrup handy, especiaJly for the children. It
curm the cold by gently moving the bowels
through its laxative principle and at the same
time it is soothing for throat irritation, there-
by atoppiug the cough. There is nothing as
good ,oMl by Banner Drug Store.


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ter laws of Florida, and traas-
s ~r the mn of 8.75 remaining in
said fund to the county school fund.
I T'h nImbers of the board of pub-
M li e inaction of Brevard county,
elected n the 3rd day of November
S A. D., 19, were: A. J. Carter, of
Turbel, reMding in and for school
board diriet No. 1; Geo. S. Single-
ton, of Cooa, residing inand for
school board district No. 2, and E. B.
Arold, of Malabar, residing in and
for school board district No. 8. Of
these Mms. A. J. Carter and E. B.
Arnod, having met on the above date
in the office of the county superin-
te ten t of public instruction, and
each for himself, having presented
his commission, as a member of said
board of public instruction for the
ter aof two years from the first
Tuesday after the first Monday in
January A. D. 1909, and until his suc-
ceor is elected and qualified, pro-
ceeded to complete the organization
S of the board: Mr. E.B. Arnold was
elected chairman. Mr. John R.
Walker holding commission as county
superintendent of public instruction
for the ensuing four years, appeared
in person also at said meeting and as-
aum~-eis duties as secretary of said
board as provided by law. The board
thus organized then fixed on the first
Monday of each month as the day for
holding the regular meetings.
A letter from Mr. E. E. Macey,
principal of Cocoa school No. 16, to
the chairman, was read to the board.'
The letter was disre -ed and a mo-
tion refusin the request contained
S'in the letter was unanimously car-

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A Giarmtee of Pure
HMiua.l Daficim Food

Mr. L. A. Paek and Mr. E. V. Hall
haye bean helping. fnih off the Lena
this week.
Mis Adah Williams, of Ea Gallie,
spent Friday and Saturday with Mis"
Mary Wittfeld.
Uncle Hughey was not able to be,
in his accstomed place Sunday.
Uncle brought a large dose of grippe
back with him from Jacksonville.
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Le, of Kan-
s City, Mo., arrived last Friday and
are at home in their cottage on the
river front. We are very glad to
have them with us again.
Mis Rome Carter is at home just
covering from a severe attack of
neuralgia. She was obliged to give
up herschool. The Canaveral school
is the most isolated of any in the
Everyone is glad to welcome Mr.
and Mrs. Handy and daughter, who
arrived from Illinois last Saturday.
The north end of town is beginning
to fill up, but Mr. Richardson and
family have not yet come.
Dr. J. B. Hawk has been stationed
as pastor on the Melbourne charge
for another year, the seventh of his
present pastorate. The churches are
Melbourne, EauGallie, Georgianaand
City Point. He enters on the work of
the new'ferm Sunday, Jan. 17th at
Georgiana, preaching at 11 a. m. and
7 p. m.
Saw First and Last
The "youngest old man" in Florida
attended the inauguration of Govern-
or Gilchrist, Judge A. O. White, of
Quincy. The next birthday of this
gentleman will be his ninetieth, and
he is as hale, hearty and vigorous as
a man of fifty. He informed a re-
porter of the True Democrat that he
also witnessed the inauguration of
the first governor of the state. He
was then a young man, a member of
the Quincy guards. The judge has
many friends in Tallahassee who were
delighted to see him. He is advanced
in years far beyond the usual limit,
but wears his age lightly, and like
the great lawyer of old, of him it
might be said, "his sight is not dim-
med, neither is his natural force
abated." The judge is still keenly
alive to the welfare and advance-
ment of the state, of whose history
and public affairs there is not a bet-
ter posted man in Florida today.
May he be with us when Governor
Gilchrist's sucessor is inaugurated.
-Tallahassee True Democrat.
Hair Structure.
Some women's hair is naturally
curly or w -v, to the envy of their
friends of the same sex. Others
have straight hair, which can only
be made to wave or curl by artificial
means. The difference between the
two is easily explained. Straight
hairs are oval in section. A negro's
hairs kink because they are flat in
places. The heat of the curling
tongs when applied to straight hairs
causes each of them to contract on
1one side and to curl in that direc-
tion, whence the beautifying effect
obtained, which is necessarily ternm


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Chime. Wesdis.
The chief incident in a Chinese.
marriage is the arrival of the bride
in her bridal, clothes before the
house of her chosen one. This is a
de facto fulfillment of the contract
The wedding day is determined by
the parents of the groom. The im-
perial calendar names the lucky
days, and on such days the so called
"red celebrations" take place, both
in the city and country. The same
bridal clothes may be used several
times. That the chief part of a
Chinese marriage is the arrival of
the bride at the house of the groom
is illustrated by the fact that the
sons are often married without be-
ing present at their own weddings.
It is not believed to be fortunate to
change the wedding day when once
decided. If the future husband
therefore happens to be called
away on the wedding day the mar-
riage takes place by bending the
bride to his house.

The Cobgh of

Your doctor will tell you that
fresh air and good food are
the real cures for consumption.
But often the cough is very
hard. Hence, we suggest that
you ask your doctor about
your taking Ayer's Cherry
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A ers d",ator
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