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Title: East Coast advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: May 29, 1908
Publication Date: -1891
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Succeeded by: Indian River advocate

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,L. 18. NO. 40. TITUSVILL.E' FLORIDA FRIDAY 'LVJ.lU! +. PRICE 60. f {



LOCAL, NEWS, den If. rernalil Hardware <<:.0, Queen Quality Oxford t ip.'IAO( ,. taro Property For Sale At lan -Wo are having delightful weather at AMONG THE HOTELS. i; j Ii;

$:ioo. 92.no. Uallle, Florida; present.Vr. j '
of Generalloterellt. Dealers Wholesale and Retail Hard. Take note of the hotel ado on our i q
i Topic S. E. Rloe made (tip to Kronenao -
ware, paint!!, oils, seal, doors, blinds Where there are a multitude of wo- I have seven acres of lamb) for sale on nn edneaiUv, ills page. ,

ADVOCATE lime cement, brick and shingles. men's shoes trying to be sold and one the bank of Eau Gallle harbor, Indian The ADVOCATE lion. file at all the r rbrat 'j ,

THE Machine Shops, all kinds of repair shoe far eurpruab all others.In volume JUer. Fla, adjoining the winter, headquarters -Mrs* Wm. Cleveland and children, I hotels In New York city 'j

il.5ft per annum. In advance" work on engines, boilers and Naphtha of sales, there must be a rea"<.n fur It of the Kentucky Military In of Arcadia, Is vUltlng the former'soimln I 't'

7J all months, countries.lreo launches That one shoe la "Q'teen Quality." One stitute. Mra. J. M. OnbanMr Hotel Gates Hen lersonvllle, N. C, :

,2:oo per an. to foreign 'fin and Metal work, plumbing steam pair will tell why. Sold heie.WINSTOX under the able management of Mr. Wm.lewltt '
you only Water front, excellent boating and T Blake Walker, of Jai,,"kaonvllle '
subscribe for the ADVOi and gas fitting. Good Work at lowest 8 BRAN ha 140 elegantly furnished ,' j ,
you iIRn, fishing. Good, safe harbor\ Hag{ sta spent part of vestertlny In'lttua- !
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the It doe not cost you prices. Headquarter for and Value mom, elnctrlo lights, Otis elevator; Its i
by year Style lion adjoins laud, Trains ,pass for Ille with Caps, and Mrs. Ju, Prltcbard.
Dente per week postage Included, GEO. FERIAIM HAKDWARB Co, Tltusvllle, FlMr. .. Rockledge, Palm Beach aDd Miami, and lobbies, parlors! dining room and ball EI I' : I
Mrs, Charles Fulton of
formerly
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oom, areooualdoredthelsrgosl and finest C
notice ads, are ten cent Sanford Fla. connect with West Indian steamships.: I U'I
Reading Mtusvllle but of Jacksonville Is on
f DOW of hotel In Western North Carolina.
this page.: A. O. Frank, of Eau Gallle, was' Fine piece of properly. for winter vUlt her W P, Giles 'I any 1
:foe on a to daughter, Mrs. The water nand In this hotel I I. abso }
-\fro! J, LQll6flard'a commodious and
In Tltusvllle on Wednesday homer or soml-tropical. gaidenlng.' Fine I
f Get the ADVOCATE at Man Ia. cozy houseboat Is being pushed forward winter climate. of this planebla.ter lately pure, coming from the ruouutMnpi ,

'i jewelry (store toward completion. -Mr. f.. R.: Decker paid a visit to Wlil sell cheap Rlchsnl. Robbins, who has Ings, piped direct to all parts of the : t f

Pal atka on Tuesday, returning here next been a student at Rollins! College, Win, 1 hotel, The orchestra conies from the I.Orphenm I''I
Hr Geo. Glngraa, of Rockledge, was Willie Morgan Is nursing a wound In Writ J, \VALTOX.. ,
day. Theatre In New Orleanswbloltmeans 'J j
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Park the lI'hnnll..rln la ,
ter during ex-
Walton Block Co.
visitor to Palatka. theconerot his left which here Self-Locking '
c not eye that the musla will bathe highest :
HAWKS' 'MXI STRAW HATS ARE pretext home today.Dr .
Boston' Mass.Mr. 'I
t BATHING SUITS GO TOBranning's. oeived while splitting wood last Monday. the Hesl. At Brannlng's. ype posnlble and will please Oolf,ten- t trefs
f.. T Daniel, of Cooi. paused
DR. MILLER DENTIST, TITUS- riding, driving and the best of all, t" I"
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I -Do you need a mule There are 'V. |11.11| nle&lIon,vf EanGallle, ; through here', Wednesday, en route to'smpx
vine, FUMr but not last, Is the trout (lulling In the I
Mitt Cattle Snowden of this place, some floe mules advertised forwleoo .was In Tltusvllle on Wednesday. i to attend the meet lug of the mountain steams. The eulalne and serloe t.'
Miami visiting her uncle, Mr. G. L [ Oslln of Melbourne, was In this State Dental Association,
page.Mr -Mr. J. A, Mn.Uletle, of Fronilnac, .. will please you The rates are rcaonablo '

p,and family town a short while on Wednesday, liar- E. lt. Wager now possesses. a fire jo'ned her husband\ In Minneapolis i OK I10UO1ITOV, OrntlHt, Peck Block for the service rendered. Try 1'" '

Hn, Geo. Massey, of the Palmhurst, Ing brought the election returns to ton n, flne-Iookloq Ford automobile, and he Minn j i Daytona, Fla. tf, lotel Uat"[ Hendersonvllle, N, 0. i,, Il

ntfrora I Saturday until Monday with A BEAUTIFUL PICTURE OIVKV and bis friends enjoy riding In It, I .
of the Palmhurat
Manager Massey ... Harry G. Utley r In said to have '
udi d Daytona and Seabreeze. Free to all our patron, Let us tell NEARLY DEVOURED BY A F
FINK BOX CANDIES, 60 lOo, S'io, spent several days, this woek,'u Tallalassee aught more tlsh this week than Vny L Lr

Hr Allis Gruber and family have you how to get It. Tltusvtlle Phar 80o., .Jo.tOo.., 000.. 700., 80o, at the visiting his cousin. lady In Tltusvllle She Is quite an expert SHARK Jr, ,

ed Into Tltusvllle from the country, macy. Banner Drug Store Tltusvllle.; A CQ' l'LETK STOCK O'F ALL THE at hauling In the finny tribe ;: t '
bare rented the Taylor cottage Intli Miss Louise Brown of Miami( who : Our Georglana correspondent aonds! :
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-Mr, Henry Piltohett of Jacksonville Latest. Straw and Panama Hats. -Rev. K, I'. McCa.ll, wife and child, the AUVOOATH the following account of .
Tltusvtlla. resided In Tltusvllle for has ,
many years,
was In lltusvllle on Wednesday, At Brannlng's. who accompanied the remain of Miss\ msn's narrow from death
a
young escape
been In Boston this week visiting Mrs.
,
r A BOTTLE OF SCHLITZ FIZZ visiting his brother, Mr. Geo. E. 1'iltch- Taylor to Swift Creek, Fla" last week.re&nrncII ,
J. O. Walton. -Dr. .T, T. Chi vert, who has been while ID the surf at Coooa Beach i It
Marvin Goodman's near the depot. ett with bill brother for a few months, has to Tltusvllle yesterday At Coooa Beach Sunday morning '

Hr D. G. Monroe, of Osteen,' a pro- -Dr Allan 8 Klrkwood, of New -Mr. Trezsvant Wilson, who has been gone to City Point for a while -!Mr, and Mrs. Gao. E,1'rltchetand everal were In bathing, when young<< La. n '

7 owner in Tltuivllle, was In town York a property owner at Uockledge, clerking In Messrs. J. R. Walker Co Tl family expect to spend the summer In lochs screamed that he was shark bit
hand with old has left for Qulssett, Mass., for the sum for of months Is -Mrs. W. II, MoFarland Is no pleased be fun
Sunday, shaking store a couple or so, the mountalna of Georgia and during Tbe[ others thought was "just

ud>. He came over to look after hi* mer, accompanied by his family now occupying a position In E. I<. Brady with the lovely weather. we are having, heir absence from Itusvlllo t pielr, ted plug." )But the next dive the monster lit i

Try Goldsmith for Groceries. A: Bro.'a store, (in Tltusvllle.Mrs. that she does sot want to go North for a ence *lll probably be i tented by Mr.rred. made at the boy threw Its tall out of

while ,he and then the horror of the situation
A, Morgan water
Hit. Adheroar Brady entertained the -Mr. Geo E. Prltchett who has been 11:. L. Brady and Lucille, and r

<*" of the Progressive Culture Club In Georgia for several weeks, looking Miss Daisy Brady left here, ytwterday, -tlrl. K. At, Chat field and mother, -Mr, [L P Paddlaon, Jr, of Lake dawned upon them It tore along
R R Brftck have closed their gash on tbe Inside of his thigh bit
Mrs .
residence Monday after arrived l InTltusvlllo for Vamden 8, C vUlt to M and lelen eet"rd..1train. {
er cozy on after his business Inter a. on a r. was a passenger on ,
[ home and to New oft the calf of one 'leg and one heel and
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locktedge York
n. A* usual, they bad a delightful Sunday on a visit to his fame Mrs. F M, Woolen., Mr, Brady accompanied gone en route to Ran Gallle. lie 1.lrI'
New Haven and Ohio for the tWit more bites not quite so serious
i, Mr. Brady being a capital enterer ily. hla fanilly as far as Jacksonville sii'nmer. be bad to be In Jacksonville to-day, and
Ore bites la air. The wounded. boy waa
and will return to day or tomorrow.Prof. '' would probably meet bis slater, Mrs.Geo i
celebrated
-Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Berge and Miss -The colored people Emancipation helped to shore and brought across to I

Goldsmith for Groceries. Mabel Berge closed their winter home at -.. J. M Laflln ,,who has been In Day on Wednesday, The bin at, RobUtns! In that city. leorglana, where Dr, Chambers did all i

lira :Xawcomb Barco and baby of: New Smyrna yesterday, and left for Tltusvllle Mince last October, left on : saw mill shut down to .give the colored -Mia. L, A. Brady and suns, Lawrence he could to relieve hlllulTarlngll. and af*
N, J Wednesday for Jacksonville and New help holiday. Quite a number went to and Parkhurit will leave to-day
idla, r'la., a sister of M r*. 8. E. Rice, : their summer home In Adelphla erwards taken lo Cocoa for I>r, Hugh-
York While In New York Prof. LaUIn! Cocoa for the day, for Ga where Lawrence "
has been spending the past three We hope to see them In Tltusvllle next Washington left to perforni ,\the surgical operations

ti In Tltusvllle, left, Saturday last, winter.PHOTOGRAPHS.. will make his headquarters at the Gllsey -Dr, and Mrs Chas. Hill, who have will remain for some time, Mra. Brady nvoessary. The slxeof the shark WM entreated ft r I
House Broadway-near 80th street t and Parkhurst will then continue the to be between 12 and 20 feet In
taksonville, to spend a few days be- .-AH kinds.of photographs barn spending several' months at their
returning to her home. taken In np-to-date style, and where he will .be glad to .ee. bis old winter home at Indlanola, werepaeeen- journey to Boston, to spend A couple of length, It Is for first time that the bath
friends months or so with the former's uncle that beach ha. been molested
era on ever \
much cheaper than ever before. Portraits geri on yesterday's train, en route to ,
Commodore J, II. Allen' mother Crayon Pastel, Water Color and TO TAKE A LOOK MEANS '1'0 BUY Scranton, Pa, for the slimmer They I aid aunt. b y these monster of the mighty deep. ;
Doit winter, the lovely .
occupy Oil Paintings at most reasonable rates, 'loose Panama Hats, $3.00. were accompanied by )(r. D St. Clair -Dean !Kol",tom will leave for Oran --- -- --'--- I
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bought Daytona. pre and enlarged from any small photo At Brannlng's. Nlsbet and little lon, of lodlanola. Jo the first part. of next week where FISHING NEAR TITUSVILLE. :
itrt Allen I Is In Syracuse, N Y., I
graph. Babies taken as quick as a he Will make an address before the graduating ; '
ALL KINDS OF! JOB PRINTING -
Commodore la looking after the Alexander roR
Mrs. Coobrane wlte of
has been
Fishing with hook and line
hclioolMr. '
wink Call and see samples of our olasa of the Cathedral I
''Dg Club property at the Haulovertl will what Mr Alexander Coobrane, member of Canaveral remember the A DVOOATB office. excellent, of late, acd big/ catches of
work, and then you know Goldsmith for '- Macon O: EIIU, "liocommittedolclde !
Club near Tltusvllle has opened 'fry grain. trout, sheepshead, etc, are being dally

EV THIRSTY1, try a Grape Punch) we can do 11.for FAUST you. Tlfusvllle Fla her Pride's Crossing villa, near Boston -The Daytona' Halifax Journal 'referring In Jacksonville, last Saturday! made Men, women and children maybe '
well known In Melbourne where he
a.> at the Banner Drug store.Dr. for the season. Mr Cochrane sailed for to the address delivered to the was seen dally on our streets, with big

Dean bottom, who delivered the Europe, several week. ago, taking file graduating class of the Daytona High esUleJ, with his family, fur msny years.Mr. string( of trout baas, sheepheadeto., '

and !Mrs,, B. n, Wilson left on address to the graduating class of theJllgh daughter Mrs, F. Murray Forbes and School by Dean Rubottom, says "Ibe Cheer JefTorson, Mr. Sckuyler caught with| hook and line, right In front

early morning train, Friday last, ft
near Green Cove Spring; passed through here, Saturday, on him. tom war one worthy of mootlon, and on r.lond".ln, Hsrry A lien's Uiinch.ilrs. Heine fishers the Indian River have
here their Mr. W. C
iiu I resides daughter, 1A way" to Eau Gallle and Melbourne, -Mr. Kd. E, Knox left for Miami, on will no donbr, linger long after this JefTersnn will join them here on been doing very well this season, but a
and who seriously
Dr. Wllnon returned, to was Tltusvllle on were he preached on Sunday/ Mrs. Tuesday, to take a, position( / E. L, evening, with both the old and Ibe new Thursday. The trip down was delightul. catch made last Friday with a drag net '

'JaT' but until Robottom and coo, Irate, accompanied Brady A Co.'s More. Mr. 'Knox has members of tbe alumlnl.Dr. ." They are occupying their cottages broke the record. v S
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Mrs Wilson\ will stay the Dean, and they returned to 'IJtua-, been chief clerk at M ellra. E, L. Brady on Narcissus street )fr, and hire J ferson > Ishlng fur the Eureka Fish Company
i Thomas Is strong enough to travel, F. M. Robinson who spent thewloter
ten vllle on Monday. The Dean was taken A Co,'. store, Tltusvllle for several leave shortly for New York and Prank and Joe Louisiana, Jan. Mettger
with his
In Tltusvllle
bring her to Tltusvllle.AT .. family,
III while away, but |\1 now much better years but the position be now holds In write. ue from bis summer home In El- later In the season will go to their summer and Riley Brooks, at a point a few mile

.- CITY PIER A MAbON-- In health. Miami will bring him a higher salary, kits N (II, as follows: "The weather home In Meddybemps\ Maine. south of Tltusvllle\ hauled lu 3,000
tch charm Owner can have theme Tropical) SunyjTflt ounds of sbeepsbead. bass and trout
THE DENT'OS: Is now located at Fort as be has taken the position of manager here Is delightful and we are having >
by calling at this office, Identity Pierce. Dentistry In all branches so ably held by Mr. Henry Rgger who floetmutfl.hlogin the lake record-- you do not read every page be catch netting $11783: : to the fisher, ,

gums and paying for this notice. skillfully executed haa reHlgned to go Into the brokerage breaking brook, trout was caught here of this paper you' are liable to miss 'men. _r_ j ,

hlr and Mrs. Chas. D, Jefferson, of Dr. J. Edward Urlcb. bueloeaeUr. last Friday, weighing pounds" It some of the most Interesting local Items, Notice.

'"* Sound after spending about a _Mrs George M. Bobbins, who has Iloughton entertained at tbe would make the do tor'. face a wreath which are scattered on every page.QQ > i

'tb< In West Palm Beach will leave Club bouse with bis flea of smiles If be saw the big catches being I of the Indian '
been away for about five wee'is, visiting Yacht grama- I tr Our mailing clerk Is sending/ out II special mooting
New York and other places the lat- her sister Mrs Anthony Washing phone Thursday night. He has a floe made In front of Tltusvllle. I blab to show who are lo arrears to the Klver Haulover Outing 'Club a corporation

, Dirt Mre of Jaw, on a pleasure trip. Mr ton, Oa".; and her parents, Captain and Instrument, and many very fine selections. -- APVOCATB. Singly, the amount Is very duly organised and existing under I'I'At

'In Jefferson-who spent last sum Dire, R.I'. Paddlson, of Point Caswell Mrs. F, H. Hougbton leaves for Here lit your Chance small br .beo there are a hundred or the laws of the State of Wisconsin, the

Florida, looking after their pro- N. C., Is expected home tbl. (Frld.)) I her home at Columbus Ohio today Dr, more subscribers arrears. It amounts name of said corporation was changed<< to
f-will\ sail on the Clyde steamship afternoon, w remain Tltusvllle all the' Hougbton Is busy with professional duties I understand there are some mountain to a nice little rum If you have u6t Indian River Company.' "

*be, from Jacksonville to New York summer. Mra. RoUblns will be aaooCpooled and will keep fib dental parlorsopen trout In Colorado that weigh te'o pounds paid your antmcrlptlon, remit. Look at JOHN S. MAIS, Heety.I .

June 3rd. They will visit vsrlcm but F. H, Iloughton Jr will I west ti see them. .ted : 4lb 190, 40-3
by her sons,George and Douglas, the date on tbe AnvocATK or wr.p..r.A'.o > May ,
Including Boston, Buxzard's Bay maid. Mr. Robblns has I'JIII'O shortly leave for Oklahoma where he Isengaged To) get the money for the trip I am roll tbe notice to subscribers on --
and
Sandlcb, Maaa., this summer to meet" his family In business.-Osytona Halifax going to offer you the biggest I : discount our 6th page. Dinner and Luncheon.
Jacksonville Journal. on dental work you ever beard of. Come I

:\Iulell for Sale, In and get my prices right away as I MOONLIGHT SAILING. Beginning on Monday, Nay 11th, the I ;
Notice to Grower GLOBE-WRRNICKR: Elastic book ,
cases want,to go soon Ouly about two weeks I'almhurat, Tltusvllle will serve roer.
Wr of rnnleii souud ,Cnd, In good Talking-machines, Records, Needles of this. Borne work has been cut SO per chants dinner or luncheon at the price
"UOQ, fur MU at a re,gamble price, ')(arl: Brothers Jacksonville Fla., House, Boat and Copper Paints. cent. Da. MlLLRB: Denliito'Vard" Mr, L. A. Brady treated fib friend to of thirty.flve cents.

b vtng no present use for them. wish to notify Grower. that they will be FURNITURE, DRY GOODS SHOES.:: some delightful trip. on Indian River Table d'hote dinner served at six:
I lo handle th<*r Fruits and Vegetables .- Rngs.Carpets Linoleum! and Matting. drrlng the moonlight nights. '
Address BX.ADVOCS.T glad .. Rhode Island |Cedit. o'clock, at tbe price of fifty cents.A '
this coming season, If they will Edison and Colnmbl Batteries. !f
& office Tltusvllle, FU. ticket for three of either of these
ship good sound stock. Over-ripe Fruit, Baseball. Mlts. Masks Gloves.CHAf.A.GARDXCBTItusvlIlePhone3U. Greatest utility fowl on earth Eggs: Hto"eVood for Sale. meal will I be sold for one dollar. I

Vegetables or Packing House Refuse, balance of season 11 per setting. rx uO
Best In tow a,all heart. '7.00 per cord,
Hardware Etc. will not be received Pullets at |1. each. Free catalog 'A .
12.40: per strand and $1.20 per *i strand. HAT 1: INX,
Respectfully LAKKMOXT: POILTHY FABM, .'

(**all kinds of Hardware' both shelf MARX BROTH IKS.Draytng Job Printing. 0-9 Winter Park Fla. Try It and be convinced... J, U. EJINIS.AVooil B. F, Freeman-Proprietor Bat Cave :

'hwI"", Palnta, Oils, Ship'Chandlery, Do not forget the fact that at the AD .. N. C. In tbe mliUt of finest aceneiy In .

|skate and Glassware, call on ns. and Hauling. TOCATK office Tltnsvllle. we do job Orajring.Draylng for Sale. western North Carolina, situated 14%" 1--

t. the goods and our prices are and haolln printing of all kinds, neatly cheaply and or hauling of all l! inds promptly -- mile from Hsndersontllle, N. C, and \

"l All kinds of draylng expedltlonsly. Letterheads, NotebeadfBillheads attended to. Meets all trains. Stove 11/ne or oak, any length. Also plow. 20 mile from Ashevllle, N. C. The r r

Orders reselve prompt attention.jA promptly attended to, and Satlsfactloguaranteed. Envelope,Tags, and.all other wood for sale at all times Ing and harrowing. See or address J. famous Chimney Rook and Bat Caves

.ParrcHAHDA So*,' kinds. n. E. IIOLTJ:_. Tltusvllle. W. Jamison Titusvllls, Fla. are near the Inn. Rate* reasonable.
Tltnsvllle, Fla, JOBS KrrrLM: TltosTllle.
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EAST COAST ADVOCATE. TITUSVILLK, FLA. MAt< 22, 1908
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Free and with comers and painters or bad money who more deserved Imprisonment than Use of Windbreak. The Oldest Established Grain and Seed Hous ,i u.515

,", said the official. Vbst have you M. Vldorq." protested an Indignant of Tbe maid use of windbreaks la to
Accepted Masons.: to sayr fleer to M. Henri' one day. shelter an orchard or residence" site, PEA

"Only that *_y Innocent monsieur nut'IoI'l1 was too useful to tie to prevent hot wuid* from scorching/ 'VV"txl.: :: .....e-. Boors $2 C

though the people ID the house where hastily set aside. !Never' bad the criminal Held crops and to conserve soil moisture

No, 90 I lodged were guilty of Inch practice iff Paris such a bad time.. they : within the protected area. They GRAIN HAY; AND GARDEN
Ddiao *. I bad the honor of culling oamonsieur were now enjoying' ,,'lIb'ltlOl'q lu the may also be planted In open( pastures 5 SEEDS

River TltnsTllle, come time back and of saying detective forre. I' for the protection of stock Incidentally ,

that I could put It la his power to lie organized/ the Drat really efficient the windbreak may furnish useful Flour Grits, Meal and Fertilize

Lodge Florida clear Paris of such couodrela." detective service on the continent Tbe 1 material, but It must be placed where

Rolls lu mMtinir the econd and fourth Frl- The man the officers bod found upon task of selecting twelve assistants was It will afford tbe most effective protection jfojjS& gjjjfjt 2K5( EaatBay Street, JACKSONVILLE. "LA.

In the Maeonlo Temple, fl- the roof and who addreased thosewords confided to him. Vidocq chose the without much reference to the
::I"Nrn: : u'oluuk\ p. m.P. I Catalogue Free Warehouses on tracks of 8, A, L. R'y. and A <
of them from the cleverest Service.
to the police omclal was one majority character of the soil-Forest L. J
w. Rolwru, WuTublprul Mater _. _
thieve be knew Those that rind ta'eupickpockets -- -- -- ------- ----- --
/).."..r A Stewart .Annl r Warden Vk10i\.. a milD deatined'to become famous ..------ -- ----- -- ----
Harry Wllmm Junior Warden. a* out of tbe greatest detective be made wear glove It

Jno.H. U.K.Wll Walker">,n, T'.uno', Mec..t". "., of modern times.Vidocq was Impossible( for them to Indulge In

frank Ham, Senior IJniuMin.Thoe. bad been concerned for yean their former bad habits while wearing MeMurray & Baker
.li rUmii, Junior LMwoon.CbM. HOUSEWORK
I those fashionable articles.
ILWaltonSenior i Btewerd. pant In all manner of rogueries. He
3. W. Frasier l Junior: Steward. bad received various terms of Imprisonment : Tall of mnfrolDcent physique, with

.M.Lp.: ..Semi KtinU., Chaplain.Tylt-r. : He woe regarded as one of what IB known MB an "open" countenance 4O1-413 Cant Hay Street, Jacksonville, Florida,

the moat dangerous of the hundreds with large twinkling blue eyes 'hh
of criminals that threatened the bonft I and a mouth that seemed to lie ever ( -Makers and Jobbers of-

$ CIIAI'TKK 1'10.11.' to break Into good natured
INDIAN RIVEIl citizens of Paris. lie was daring, re/i'ly

lOYAL A1CCII IMA8ONS. full of resource, a man of marvelous laughter. Vldocv was perhaps the lost Vehicles Harness Carriage and Wagon Materi]

The Indian River Thapter' Royal, Arch Maaniiitneeu pilyaicnl'strength and audacity. Upon mall In the world to be taken for a detective. ,
the Bret; Wednesday of eavb miintb at tbeMawmlo two previous occasions his accomplice .

The following' Tem""Ie.are the ota, ors of this chapter I bad knowing bow much the police val. "I always regretted," he declared Saddlery, Rubbet Tires

tt;, M.S.Semi. Kioellent lllli( I'rleit. ued his rapture, betrayed him into once "that my duty prevented me from
I J. I<. Walker, King. their hands. Thin was tbe third time cultivating a mustache but It would be First-Class Repairing and Painting, Etc Etc
(t K. ITItchBtt, Horlbe.lM.
.
1(. Wilson T-oiw'irer. Vidocq bad BO suffered. Two could a sad hindrance to my disguising my -- -. --

O> A, Stewart, ,':m.t.I: play at that game. self. I had to give the Idea up, Crlni-
,
T. B. Hanilan Cant
I
P. W. llolmrui. I'i*nnlpal "Hojoiirner.F. "M. Henri.", said Vidocq "make me Inn In would have It'ottokoow that mustache THE GOOD'OLD SUMMER TIM 1l;
A. Moriran, Koyal Arch <'a.Gain. one of your agent, and I swear to put of mine." yt $2.15
.N:Waller, ManUiror Thlnf/ V. IS WIIDJ YOU NEED
I',J. Hall. MwiUir of HwHtuil V. you In poHKpsslon of tbe secrete of bait So hi.* remained a close shaven man CewrtYN.
I O. K. Stewart blaster of First V. : the criminals la Paris" to the end of his days. Perhaps there Fen's It..h.6
K.A. Uwluy, Sentinel p t
I The offer was a tempting one, for Deter was a more energetic! dlsgulser = PORCH CHAlRS-

i I' the Parisian police were then baffled than Vidocq. He relied upon his mar-

OltDKH OF KAKTKIIN "TAU.e ,,101 criminals of all description, and scions facility In making up to utterly tt We hive over 3,000 Porch Chain on lalaFon -
. Parisians were crying out for more berillde the professional criminal he -
THI FACTOY TO 'YouAa -
rrlenflnhlp' Chaptnr, No. It,hnlcU IU meeting I *
I the MuHinla IxodgB!: ; room, Tituefllle: on tlie efflcleut guardians I bud to deal withIn ItnttM WMI Cub Mt prfM. ........ err
) Brat and' third TimwUx In each month etS-oo "We will aPe" replied tbe official. one day's bard work he assumed I .a w.I' roes KMM*,-mt ....,M. prM,..-... .v...
1 I .'.....
The following are the oWcer of the fwa BKlm nun I.It tut area
liha't.. A short time later Vidocq found himself I no fewer than twelve wholly distinct :...,-__wweYw.W: -.Otor". .."..

S. Mla Z.ndle Stewart Worthy ]Matron. In prison, condemned t6 serve a ,MlsgulNealHo I Thousand of American
womenIn ...
X, K. Wilson Worthy Patron FLOR'D' A CIMIi4 FACTORY ...>1UIto"
sentence of eight year' But thnt miserable went, when be was not In disguise ,
"
Mra.M. K. Kohhlna AtiwUl Matron. our lioiiu'H! are daily sacrificing "
S ]Mra.K. II. Wilnon, r...*..>eI..1 Huoretary.Mri. convict sentenced to that terri constantly armed. A pistol lay their liven to duty.
i ll rtha Klln, Treaminir. ble sentence was really a police spy ready to bl* band In a pocket of his
The following ollloer were appointed. I tMm In order to keep the homo neat
1 IMvne ".mo, Adah.. He was popular with| the other convicts handsome clothe, and a dagger wu and pretty the'children well dressed
I Miss' Susie Tenter, Until. and learned all their secrets. concealed In tbe front of his coat: ,
and overdo. A feliialo
I Miss Miia Mundnl. Kither. tidy, women THEY
Mra.lUtiHol. Martha. '/ Inch night l>e used In his cell to write At the end of ten r..arl' service be weakness or displacement L* often ARMOUR FERTILIZE!
Mre.M Bcriinoonr. Elect.
out an account of the discoveries behinl retired.
(:h..... II. Walton Warder brought t on and they suffer in silence
John It. Walker Bfnlhml.Oeo. made during tbe day The report Tile hew spread all over Paris. VI. drifting aluiitf from bad to worse,
+ .M. Robbins, Cbaplaln." woe dispatched to the chief of tbe pollen docq. who bad made the police of Part knowing well that they ought to

and proved remarkably useful. more feared tbun they bad ever been have help to overcome the {ulna and
made from
KNIGHTS'j'YTIIUIIJN'HAN ItlVKH One day the criminal world!! of Paris before was actually- In tbe bands of ache which daily make life a burden. GROW are highest qualitani'mal

was amazed and joyful over the, marvelous the poileellie It' ii to these faithful women that
(.()f)1C >0. '03.I .
escape of Vidocq from prison. bad after his retirement from tbe products, which are ev

They received him with open( arms. force established a private Inquiry office LYDIAE.PINKHAIVrSVEGETABLE

AI a matter, of fact, the authorities and clients of all kind flocked to COMPOUND erywhere known to be the bes

( bad come to tbe conclusion that Vidocq him. nell he opened a'n agency for
: could be much more useful to them the protection of shopkeeper and merchants cornea as a boon and a blending
,.., outside than In that grim place. Ills against fraudulent customer na! it did to Mrs }<'. J<:Ui'1worth" ol BIG. forms of plant food. Use the

escape, bad all been planned. Vidocq lie bad as many as 8.000 customer on Mayville N. Yn and to Mrs. W 1\

Meets every 2nd and Ilk, ]Monday evenings In returned to his aaaoclate us a hero. his books when the police arrested lloydof )leaver Falls, I'll.,who say: and your crops will grow bet
each month at a o'clock
rhanmllor ('ommander..R. M. Hnlli-y In fact, he was a npy-a spy with the him nod be Will now accused of having "I was not able to do my own work

Vlce-niaiioollor, ... .H.<< ( I'tloy keenest, eye, tbe moat alert ears, the In many cases become tbe ally of owing to the female trouble from which ter, and your pocketbook grov
Prelate ... .:: .: .. ..::::,W,lit. Hall. I suffered. Lydia K, Plnkham's Vegetabe -
Master. at Anns.... ... ..... ......1.A. Hone 1 most subtle brain to learn all tbe villainy tbe very people from whom he was >Compouud helped me wonderfully, CROPS
p4 Master of Work... .. .... .. John K. Walker going. supposed to be protecting his custom fatter than before.MANUFACTURED
I ,' Innerdnard... .... .. .......W.T.MsthereOuterOuard.'l' and I am HO well that 1 can do as big adimy'a ever .
P. DnOiurcyMaaterof It was wonderful what HI luck 'began ers lie was found guilty and sentenced work as I ever did. I wish every
: Eachequer..H; :: ::::::: II. i'rlteharlMset"rof henceforth to dog the criminalsof to eight years' imprisonment: sick woman would try it. .
Klnanii ........ ... ...Owl. llrwknltK.oiwr
of Itaoorde 'vnd Seal..I). A.Stewart Purl. AH their plans came In some When be at last got the conviction reversed FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN.For .
All Y'.llInl' Kii4hts cordially Invited to at. mysterious manner to the ears of the Vidocq found himself a ruined IN
tend. police.\ Was It Vidocq( who betrayed man. thirty years Lydia K. Pink-

them? / Rome of them were BO con One of the attractions at a place of ham's Vegetable Compound, made Tacksoss.ville Fl;
lITUflVII.LK VAMP NO. lei.MM r1s vinced of It that at last Vidocq found entertainment In London years ago from roots and herbs, has been the -

It necessary to disguise himself and won M. Vidocq The great detective standard remedy for female ills -.- --. -- -- .
act the pert among them of a new had taken to the stage! \Enormous audiences and has positively cured thousands!' 01

bond In crime. A consummate masterof came to see the strange man women who have been troubled with '
inflamm.i ion ulceration Williams' Mammoth Mail Order House.
disguise be went among them still who related hla extraordinary experiences displacements :

unsuspected In his new role. and seemed like a dozen different fibroid tumors irregularities,

I He waa certainly 'one .of tbe most men upon the stage by his marvelous periodic pains backache, that bear. 211 West Bay St.:. +*i. -P. O. Bor: 401- JACKSONVILLE, FI!,
useful fellows that the police bad ever quickness In changing big appear ing-down feeling, flatulency.indiges--
I tiondizzinesitor" nervous prostration.
'
find as an ally ance.
I don't it ? J. J. WILLIAMS, proprietor,
Vldocq.," aald III.. Henri to him one One day In 1857 a white hatred, feeble Why you try

>" every Unit and third Monday 'In each, daffy, "we must find that fellow Fauna mumbling old man lay dying In a Mr. IMnkham invites all nick'
month at p. m., abjrp. at the ,,Ma unia women to write her for advice.
Temple. r She has guided thousands to PAID. SPECIAL OFFER,
the prison at Brest He II In Paris, miserable Paris He
Coiniul Cominandnr llltolioock street was Vidocq,
Advl.erLieutenant ................ W. Koboru somewhere. His Is In health. Address/ Lyiia MOM. DESOTO RYE. Idletrook Whiskey In drurn -Dit! ,
biding lodging a the marvelous detective! In
Hanker. ....... .., .,,... ...(S. Manilavllie. Helpless' ------ --- --- -- oullnjEr.prelll: CollecU:
-- ;
Clerk ... .. ... .......J L. CferruttienKnoort house .In a bystreet near to a market poverty, dependent on the charity of 4 FulKQuarti $500U f
.. .... .. .. .. ... .. ... A ? 100 riots In drum. .
.U. H.HrockettWatrhmiu plll'e.; l And there are yellow silk curtains friends, tbe once terrible man lay there . . . . T ti0
.. .... ... ,... .....1. U.t Mi>an"entry ". 2OOHalfPlntAlgdrum '
... ... ..... ". .. '". O..o. W. Hanford to the window of his room. In awaiting' tbe approach\ of death. Almost FOLEY'S.KIDNEY ; .r ieljibi'; . 12 75 /bold only by drum. Will not bleak
Manages,.,. .. "... ...K. II. neck Ibe mini, house there lives a woman his last word according to one U" paid : 12 00
i A, P. Oruber 8.:J. NortonAll OLD HOMESTEAD CORN WHIi
with a bumped back. That 1s all I can who attended on him, were "You are WILLIAMS NO 10 RYE.
Tinning Woodinon are cordially invited to
attend the luuetliiKfl *. tell you about the fellow-all I have my prisoner."-London Tit-Ilita. 4 Full Quat.. . . $ 3 20' 1 gallon jug, ezpiess paid I

been able to learn." :: . . : . .4 50 CORN WHISKEY_Expre 'oll,
.,
It waa a vague clew to work on. CURE U . . I 0 00
He tOLD
Why Was Excused.At
Rocky Fork, per bottle, !
t4 'A fl FAMOUS DETECTIVE \ anxious to distinguish himself, the Dublin city sessions one morn HALIFAX RYE Kooky Fork, per case,
.
; set off. A window with yellow cur ing a juror prayed to be excused and WILL CURE YOU 4 Full Quarts . .*J. . .420 N. C. While and .

talus: woman with a bumped backl) said. he bad a doctor's certificate that) II" .. . . 60U"N. O. White, better

for weeks he walked about Parts be was not fit to serve. He banded upa of any case of Kidney or U" . . . 12 (00 N. O. White, tine .
1 searching. for such a window In a closed' to 'the who Laurel Valley CVm,
,. envelope recorder, SUNNY
fcOUTII
The Rise the Achievements and RYE
; Bladder disease
that is
house In which lived such a female not
found It (contained a letter from a well 4 Full Quarts . :. . . .. 2 7UYE: WIIIi.KEY-Exprees ColkI
the Fall of M. Vidocq. He found It at last The humpbacked known Dublin medical man. Amid the reach of ( .. .
beyond medi- . . . 410' TcrC
1 lady was a ...mat".aa. and great laughter: In court the recorder 12" . . . 800 Copper Distilled I and jag I
Vidocq! made himself so agreeable to rend this letter aloud: cine. Take it at once. Do 3U I''10'*. . . . 12 00) Queen City. . .

GREAT FRENCH POLICE SPY. her that he quickly learned all about "Thismuon has been asking for a certificate not risk having Bright's Disease YELLOWSTONE: BOURBON. Munny South . .

tbe lodgera In'tbe building foseard that he I I. unable\ to serve as a Dottle. .... ... . .
or'Diabetes. There . ,. . . .$ 1" hurdle .
I under another name, of course-tenant. Juror. I don't know whether be Is a is C.M . . . . . . 12 00 Jiye; /bpeclal
t His Career. e Coiner, a Burglar and ed a room at tbe top of the building knave or a fool but be baa little brains, 1 Overfcnlt. .
nothing gained by delay. : . .
OLD'Ji00NE-Expresa Collect.J.lch III11 .
the Aieeelst ef Thl.veHe Knew and he reeks of porter"A
How wns be to be got at? He wan a
Bottled In bond by the U. !8.: Oo.'m't. Planter:. .
the Secrete of Mere Than Half of wan of prodigious strength, a man who SOc. and $1.00 Bottles.Mirutl 1 FulJ\ Quart . . . ,*,1 25: Old Boone .

the Criminals In Paris.The had vowed be would never be taken Pen Point. SUBSTITUTIS. 12 . . . . K 00 Williams Private heal
alive, a man who always carried firearms
k fellow hoe made bla escape by'' "I bare an Idea a glorious Idea!" For sate by Tltiinvlllo pharmacy.Ferry's .
ready to slay any one who might -SEND US A TRIAL ORDER-
1b
. be roofr seek to take hint."Such cried the Inventor's wife. "One of -- -- '
A little band of Parisian police bad' his those simple little Ideas wherein millions Fa \
Is best taken In tied. -
l a man fssE 4L ---
paid a surprise visit to a mean, dirty lie."
M. Henri suggested' Vidocq. The only ,
house In one of tbe mont disreputableparts be "Yee?" said hc-i tossing tbe long
difficulty was bow It was to milD'a'tl'd '
of Paris. It was about 3 o'clockIn to take him so white hair back from his ars. "Pro.col" rscRirrw"r.'ilhvlt LLVlrl1ATp "

the morning when an officer tappednt FoHsnrd, In spite of his being such a ( drew

I the door and demanded admittance desperate trlrulnal, was a bit of a fop "It Is n two pointed I'Cllt"! cried the ?r
i of the trembling who opened U. lady "A reversible You write
+ peruou lie lined to keep a tattle of eau de pen.
/' Slipping poet him. they crept swiftly cologne, In his room. That scent was with one, point till ymt la worn out; Reedsre '
and noiselessly up the rickety stairs to tbou you pull the from the holder, ;
to prove his undoing It .le not the pen file beet known nrsithsmairellableeue.l. 1 p e.t
,, the door of a room opened It and rush only occasion that | 'rfume baa proved reverse It and write with the otherpoint" I .vrown.Kvery l>H
her behind U the
package reputation
ed In. But the bed In bad
which they disastrous. to criminals who have indulged ol ft house whose buUneM standards are the
expected to find their man was empty' "Excellent, but""I bltlhoa' 10 the tradqFe
to A few later
It nights wheuKossurtl
He must have heard them stealing upthe wise In bed<< and fast asleep I should soy U was excellent!' For .11 .."'s...k.5505......Berl U ..A...n.......". .1..1 will be. mallO p......FiFiS. eon'
stairs and escaped| |>y the window. l the some money out of tbe same .nv.aad ftUlriMrniHluvi*.prtiplwiiini .....", d''D..ne I'I
lie was awakened > a timid knock at ,,
y r ever of \" l'l. and
Tbe officer lu charge of the party his door 'Calling out to know what quantity of material two pens instead IW.C 5'wla In. :writ:: Rend'(::It,

looked out. In the darkness lie could he Will disturbed for, be heard a timorous of one. Whore are your patent application D. M. Finer CO., Detroit, Mloh.IV .
distinguish nothing. But the man i ers. James There's timeto
|it | no
child' voice In rlOpl,. It Inform. I --- --- ----- --

niimt Ill! there ills clothes still. I liiy tie- ed Iroa.IIQJI that tbe knocker wan. poor be lost. 'I e.........................
aide tbe boil, where be bad cant them little Louis, the nephew of a woman The old Inventor shook his head and .
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down when tie bad retired the night smiled sadly .
on tbe next floor who bad I been taken .
before. "Jenny be sold. "never try to Improve .
very 111 and who bad sent tbe child to .
Some of the most daring of the om.t'el'tl on the steel. pen. Tbe subject 1s
beg M. Possartl to lend her his bottle ;,i z i
s crawled out nfi*>r him. while others of eau de cologne. Fossard llrol'l'd| I tooold.Too many minds{ bate!" been YOU RECEIVE A SAMPLR I *
went for ladders to reach the roof ahead of
: you. That Idea of yours for :
round for the bottle and with It In hlshand ('OPor THIS TATKIt .
from tbe street: The man must be threw open the door. Vidocq' a lien| point at both ends was patentedall

(caught! He was found at last. CrouchIng and bla helper were on him ID an in. ovtr the world In IScfi. The pen apepoured i -IT IS TO- +.
down and aeoklug to hide himself taut +,.j! on the market In 1STO. The *

among tbe chimney stacks, the officers "Tbe most terrible man In Pari,,"., 11l'Opie'oilid have none of It:. A fail LET YOU KNOW THAT .

pounced upon him. aucb became' tile description among ,:, ore It was withdrawn. WE WOULD LIKE YOU TO |t
A short time later be was before one "But
the dangerous clmwfli of Vidocq. now: penmakers and the patent pea .1
ef tbe chiefs of tbe police. a recognized agent of the police. pie tell rn* that never a year goes by BECOME!: A SUBSCRIBER t
"Good day 10.. heart" be said aalut- I .
He was not regarded with favor by wltbont the arrival of a hundred or so s -
tag tbe aern looking ofllclal. "Some members of the detective tervlce. They of excited letters from people who like 1

one has once" more betrayed me luto might well Indeed look askance at a yourself think that they have bit on 2Z

your bands. man'with such a record. I an epoch making Idea, a two pointed i i EAST COAST ADVOCATE NEWSPAPER AND JOB PRINTING OFF'r'
"Jou are accused of being In leaguer "-!New' Orleans Tlmes
"I have never caught am. criminal, pen. -Democrat. .... . .*...... >... ...N
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O o o 1 experience for the am time what norelUis : ,. ,
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"n oog rtoturlbo as au 'e ile' feallng II rA- TITUSYiLLE I FLORIDA, Mason M. Clark Co. t

Convalescent need] c. blue of I loft the library and found I had missed ,
amount "
nourish. 0 I my tialn Favorite Spot ,In a Favored I'

-... pent in easily digest.'I: ; ':. sn.Scott's t I Next morning I utlontfd! what I Secton-The Famous East Commission >$$ifek Merchants

j bad sees to a local cl"rIUDI4n. .who on I Coast of Florida. '

) Emtttj/c '; ia powerful nourish. ;:; I bearing my description said.! 'Why. I !
II II11i that's old ( .f I ;
J Soon after 1 now a photograph '
snent-hlgMy coaeentrat 2d7->rt WanUlnijtiw St. r t r AI.L FLORIDA
(from a drawing) of Q. aidI THE BEAUTIFUL INDIAN RIVER. :

I tbe rvieuiblunce w as certainly striking ION S VEGETABLES
It makes bone Ibcd. < i.l
: tmucie
without Q. bad lost all bin. hair eyebrow and NR\V 10HX .
t The town of Tltusvlll Is situated! on '
OUR SPECIALTY
putting any tax on the '.; !.;!tion. I! all from I believe a gunpowder!' accident I eke Florida Kist Coast Railway, 15i
Ills walk was a peculiar rapid,
.1 ALL DRUGQISTSi BOc. AND I.OO. r tulles south of Jacksonville, 145 miles!'
high shouldered ehufle. loiter Inquiry Oranges Grapefruit and Pineapples.
north of Palm Peach nit 212 milesnortltof .

.a.A Y..A". i A....A... A. A. A_ A&rf5i_ .. r
Ibis In. a capital Illustration of the of the defunct Jacksonville Tampa &: r

r ;of6I'Csional Cards..+. Notice. re\euaut typo of apparition the KeyV t Railroad now controlled-by J? Ruh1n an & Co.
c
"gliobf tuttt 'traits a locality with the Florida Best !}cast Ralrway Co. .

18 HFREHY GIVEN which It was familiar lu life also rims Into the town-this being the ,
K0. M. ROBBINS, NO months: after dale I Hull, ; apply| THAT to H.SIX K. Then there In the "ghost" that appears terminal point'of that branch. Thereare Ml Washington 8t. ) NEW YORK I. ;
finial" i{ ". "' llrev r for a aleh.rgIte3is! a.hutnl.tnLAr or lime to warn a living: peroou of Impending several trains arriving daily frvni d
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ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR M7 Esute oa Mr.' MarL aZw !"gWEKNEVi I misfortune. Take tbe strange Jacksonville aad Sanford ,during the 'F

AT-LAW. radii) of Mr. F G, cf Boston who ma mi n.

11i 11i'u In State and United State I writes: As the countr seat of I!rev a nl county. OrangesPineapples t
:Notice <
prtctloe of I'liblleatloii. "In I t07 my only slater, a young lady It baa a court tuuiM and a md t .
..Court.Otlioe of eighteen yearn, died nudJouly of Jail building with 'la I (1h o or
:
TITUSTILLE FLA. cholera in St. l.ouht attachmentfor and Florida Fruits Our
at :, THE ('IRCL'IT! IOUIT i>r THE HKV My throw Inmate The poPulatlon Is over Specialty. '
" IN eiith I Judicial ; her was very strong and tbe blowa
Circuit ul
Florida lu
i--' and tor 1000. Illneas la 110 rare' that one doc t
, Hra\r (_ouory. severe one to uie. A year or so after W" represent' several of tho UiRott uliippers In your State, and' wish to repreaeu
L. GAULDKX, .. tor In town finds ampJe time to act a''
J. E. Mcl' w..ll ) Rnrnro iiient of Lien her death the
) writer became a commercial .
vi. j sSnward tlr l'ulJIIj&uon Justice of the Pence anal :o.ot". .." te you alas. Give us a trial shipment Established 30 years t
.AT.LAW Robert 'fdwardlauiel Robert 54- traveler and It was in INTO I
ATTORNEY attending
lie betides to hU
,
".nlol. while on one of my western trips, that
!Iif l >practice In all the Courts of the! SUM To Robert Edward,; VMM Defu.i.Unt. in the the event occurred."I practice, while the other flats: ti.. -- -

,odds, and the United States Courti.. abovtcaura: had 'drummed the of so hunting. -.. KUUI THIS ...+
It a".arlnl| ( hy l an anllnlt filed In thin relies. city St. Jo. ItOUSU IN UND 'a 1
(U.I B 1,239TITUBVILLE, FLA.. that your wlu-rvaliouu In not known and that wph. :Mo, and hnd !gone to my room at Around Tltimllle\ are a number
yen are over.. twenty one yearn of nne fto the I'ncltlc HOUKO to semi In orders fine orange iro\'", anl vogctabl
\ ,
Vow, th rer J. WEBB, your appearaiioa tu' the bill need In the shrove I, wbldi were unusually lurgtt oiu>s, no farm. I

Raima>ve Court KIT ;dust' at you.Tiui.>In rlll the, f|Fiurlda lrrkh I on(tiiif or iwlora,thalH that I was In a'pry happy frame of Hera Is virtually the head of the Indlan I HEYSER :1'

A ATTORNEY -LAW the 3rd day ot A" !,,.t. A. 1 II lie. t nlf.K you mind Indeed. The hour was high: noon, River, aDd (Tie favorite point for I
.
ill practice In the Court of the 7th knit defend a* aino oonlvKwiil, the. Hill by of you(,oni and|)lalut the cauiw will its will ta. and the mm wan shining cheerfully! fitting out and Mailing of numerous : ,

cult. Taxes paid for non-re8ldentl pmeeed l ..x pirteUNdlreutlthftt. I Into my room. While busily smokinga cruising parMM" during our balmy; winter
rents and accounts collectefi.alvILLE .. title order, l htt piilill.h...d In I cigar and writing out my orders I months to BALTIMORE IVID. !
the tAr tAt A IM'CM'ATK, a weekly ne..i>apr ; a* everything nocesrery '<<
FLORIDA. |> imblMied at lltimvllia, Hrnvard oontitr., suddenly Iwcntne conscious that some yacht, '
comfortably rqnlp a pleasure
' t-lnrliU. once a week fur eight oon.epiillvweekii .. ] COMMISSION FRUIT & PRODUCE ;;
one wan sitting with .
on toy left ouo
.
with nn litlle delay is limy Iwi; Hint a can here be obtained at the Jiiout reasonable -
copy !>. "posed, at the t mart bu".. door lit lire. nrm resting on the table (Quick as a Is pvldcnceKl I
This by
OTllKV E. FOSTER, Yard county wltnin twenty: dan from Ililmlato, flash I timed and the price RELIACLE, PROMPT, UNSURPASSED FACILITIES. .
IKine anl ordered at the I'lo k' : distinctly SAW have
tiflh of the the fact that (the turn parties
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW above court at ritiiHVIIIu. Florida" Inn the HU form of my dead sister and for a brief WM. HEYSER, PRATT ST. WHARF, BALTO., MD jl
: .. been coming here annually for many !
layofMay.U ICt$' A
A.SI'KWAItTt second! or so looked her squarely In the
I (1(.U.8,) Clerk l Clo" 'tilt' (' I;' Itrevanl Co. winters for that purpose. In preference ,
Jyal-Upchurch Building, .j ax. *. .T.Vebb, Att'y lor C"iuilaluant.Send |, face, and so sine wan I that It was she
JACKSONVILLE, FLA.A 8111 that I sprang forward In delight, calling to any other ,olnt along the last: '

her l It;>y nnmp, and an I did so the Coast '
STEWART the ADVOCATE your Job Printing appailtlon Instantly tanlshed Naturally To the southeast of Tltiisvllleis the ::: rue Zibhora i

I was startled and dumfounded wide sweep of salt water bay (about !

t FIRE INSURANCE. almost doubting 'my senses; but the six miles In width), formed by the 1\'a, .t

MYSTIC APPARITIONS.The cigar In "iv mouth and pen In hand ten of the famous Indian River Here BEER

V present only strong and reliable whim the ink still moist on my letter I fishing, wild duck shooting, tailing THE OF QUALITY ,

companies. satisfied myself I had not been. dreaming and rowing can J be Indulge(! in to the

3 Sea coiner Palm and Pine Streets. and was wide awake j heart's content of the moat fastloMoiuB ," Jest Tonlo for the Sick \ 1-: '

TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. Weird and Puzzling: Enigmaof "Now comes mho most rerun rkll bid poitt>man r' j
e confirmation of my statement which On the ocean beach nearly In a direct BLUE KIHUOX' 1 1IKKU: CINCINNATI PILSNER UKRHl *, /,

-- Ghostly Visions. lannot be doubted by those who know line east of TltusvlUe Is Canaveral -,' 2 dozen . . . . .3: (H'' 2 doren . .r. . . . .$J1 00 I
O. UTLEY what I state occurred. This
t TARRY actually Club! surrounded by over 10,000 A do/on . . . . . n on) 5 flotim . . . .. 4 50 I \'
tlsltotlon or whatever you may rail it acres of land. nil property Is owned 10' down . . . . U: (00 Id 1() dozen . . 0 00 r +
MESSAGES FROM THE DEAD. so Impresuod me that I took the next J
v PHYSICIAN & SURGEON. train home, and In the presence of my by dome of the trout prominent and F, O. li. Jacksonville, Kin., lUittlrd at (time Ih'ewery,1 /

parents and others I related what had wealthy r.'dent..or Boston, who come

TrruaviLLB, FLORIDA. 'The "Ghost" That Appears to Warn a occulted. My father a man <>f rare south to hunt very! winter., We are also accents for the celebrated I'AllHT" MEADE the t.!niperano .' It

Living Person of Imp.nding Mitfor* good souse and very practical ?rims Inclined The cool. refreshing:, 1It"altbf'Vlnr., ill Ink of tho suHmin Alnobollo strength 1'j; per cent Hold only In barrels, 10 .

tunThe Strange Cat. of a Boston to ridicule me, as he saw how oeone-lad, n. breezes wafted across from dozen plpts, IIMNI' t tA
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GENERAL DIRECTORY, earnestly believed what I stated. Hut the Atlantic Ocean and the broad bay, I '
Man and His Deceased Sister.
be, too was amazed when Inter on I are one of the most enjoyable featuresof complete stock of Impoited and domestic wines Fine Claiets, from $1.00 I

U. 8. SENATORS. In the "Kiddle: of Personality" tbe told them of a bright red linn or this phenomenal location lo tl.M() per gallon, In battles Mots, to 1.2.1:\ I;' it'

fillnferru.. .... onvIlle. author II. Addington Bruce, discussIng ec'otl'hCII the right bund side of my There Js A large area of primeval t o l

Mallory,. .. .... ... ..... .1'enaaoola, tbe that human sister's face which I distinctly had forest and prairie land beyond the I
proposition personality HULK WHISKIES. tJ.OII: ( ) to fKH() ) J'KU GALLON '
U. 8. CONOUESSMKN.tClirk beislsts beyond the grate seen.Mieu 1 mentioned thin, tuy northern, southern and western' boundarlwt '

..... ..LnlwClty.8wrkraan mother rose, trembling to her tart and of TltusvUle awaiting the advent ; ,' I
|' ,. ., ,. .. .,Tamiia. cites a number of Instances of apparitions The following have enptem charges added to, price of food( .
,B,Laiuar: :.:. .::.:.:. :. Moutlool'; : that closely Investigated by nearly fainted away and an loon as I of the thrifty settler to till the .

U. 8. LAND OFFICE.: were Research she sufllcIeiKly recovered her self pot !I fertile soil which now abound In 4 qii.rta Hunny Urook : . I'V 00 FINK BLENDED WIIISKl1CS. I .

ClraW! R | r. the Society For I'sjchicnl session with tears streaming down game. Here can be found quail, snipe, '1:1: J'* d'l' . 13 Wi) Paul) Jones, quarts. . . . $5 (00) i
I Ill Warren, ,. .. 7t J ::: r: and says. her face, she exclaimed that I had Indeed I I '" J IU"1-,
II deer bunting to cult tie IUood' I I" (11I\ . .
a oo
011I00. turkey and quails !
at OametTllle Florida.EXECUTIVE In order to depreciate the nature of seen my slllter. as uo living tuor-i I 1 grub M ? . . 4 oO ? .
DI\! >ARTME1T. the evidence accumulated let us tal but herself was aware of that I most ardent huntsman. U" i' .. . . U: Oo Harpttr, 4 quarts. . . 5 00 '
Ito. B. Broward ....Gov rnor. scratch which she (had accidentally : Tltusvllle has shelled streets, ol ctnlo Bottled In flood CSMcode 'ennpssoe, 4 quart. 0 00 ''I
Crawford .BeoreUry of State glance at a few typical Instance, each lights a reliable bank, a man. 4 quarts Otiokenlielmer fl 00!
mum's 4 blend l
P. : made while doing some little act of Monogram qts. or
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Treaaurer. :
J"1"! drawn from tbe society's records amt la '' . I* IOnveroment
H. |l .... ..' ,.AttornejMieiutral kindness after my sister's death. She I moth saw mill, employing about ISO .t bottled bond (I .
C troora. thus sufficiently authenticated to meritserious I Mottling 4 . . . ; ,
Agriculture said she well remembered how men, several :fine brick block, aDdeve4'y quarts. . 4 20UOO i,
'-'n'' ,,Commissioner : pained 4 quarts, Monc.lef. Hprlng. .. / (H'
( H.Ilown... ..Bupt. i'uhllo Instruction. con lderatldIJ. We may begin .bo was to thluk she' should have unintentionally store In them occupied. by up- Ii" 1119) 19 quarts, MoBogrminAlso . . '
!< ''8raUord Foster,. .,... .,... ...Adjutant-General.BurvejorMJeDeralBtftto with an old fashioned "ghost' story of I marred the features of 1 to-date merchants: a Board of Trade Mottled In llonif. Ilium's Hylvan (lion, 4 quarts. X 20

.Rooe...."....,... ""'".' .. Cbemiat the simpler sort. In this Instance the her dead daughter and that unknown I five ,white churches, large fisheries 4 Fives Hermitage . . . B 00 Ilium's Sylvan Glen, Oquarts. 4' 50
"Amos UIHoei at Tallahassee,..State Florida.Examiner: percipient a Mr. J., was a personal' to all (how she Tuad carefully oblltet-\ I, a tanning extract and palmetto fiber Old Good and Bottled In bond Ilium's Sylvan lieu, Squads. 0 40

SUPREME acquaintance of F." AV, II. Myers who abut all traces of the slight serntih j factory, an Ice factory, lam and real Pure North Caiolinn, WhitsOrn 3 00 Ilium's HyVtan, Olen, U quarts i U 00

COURT JUDGES. obtained a first hand account of the with the aid of powder etc, and that estate office, an opera house, a well Black and Blue Corn, 4 quarts. :lIIU( Sheridan Division A. Mr. Corn 4 quarts------ 8 IM) hherlilan' Club, 0 quarts' . *. (00
ule Jame.M' Rharklefnrd' ;; .. Chief tIC.DI.lelon experience. In 1880 It appears she had never mentioned It to a human j organlced band, shooting club large Laurel Valley (;oin, 4 quarts 3 /CO Hlierldan Club, \1: quarts . . 8 00 ,
M. tmttem, Robert: ii Cockrell. Q., the librarian of X. library, died, !being from that day to this.. In proof i sad cooifortable 'hotele, besides a

B."rjc and Mr. J. was appointed his "fcces- neither my father nor any of our fan ] number of boarding houses la various 3 Send for our Price List HE '
Taylor ..,.... ...
I .prenldlnr/ luRtloe
'Ilium A. Hooker, Chaa. B. rarkblll sor. Mr. J. hod not known 'Mr. Q, nor ply bad detected It and positively wore part of the town
had be to his knowledge seen any unaware of the Incidentjet I saw the
should havea
FLORIDA LEGISLATURE The fact as presented '
Hii'luon, Miami, ... ... .....Ronator. portrait of him when In 18S4. or four scratch as bright as If just made. tendency to direct' the attention of Charles Blum & Co.
e H,Ji>nm, TltusTllle. .: .. ,ltepreaeutative.i : years after his death, he made tbe old Whatever explanation of the apparition -l many pro pecMv vlsitort to our cosy I ;
CIRCUIT COURT. librarian's acquaintance under these It was tbe means of bringing Ii
town In making their plans for the r
'SJotiM TltniTllle,.i......Clrcultiudga.( circumstances: the son home to take a long last farewell -
,''*IW"/_.Orlan\ -<"lo,..... PromoutlnK. Attorney: "I was sitting alone In tbe libraryone of bis mother, for she died withina winter Long Distance Telephone 188. ,)'
**' TueeUay March. 18SI finishing We have a floe Masonic Hall In .
term-Fourth Tueaday October. evening late In March 1. fortnight of bis return "happy in -
hours when It her belief she would her favorite Tltusvlllewtere Indian River LxUMo. "
COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD. I IW4lker. some work after rejoin
.Snperintendent.Tltu.rllle. suddenlyoccuired to me that I should daughter In another' world." 90, !P'A.1I..lodlan: River Chapter 517-619 W Day St J'ao1c.OD.'V':111o: 371 A.oo ',! ;

'i.7! ,7E> B> Arnold, Malabar' ; O. H. Singletoooa miss the last train to II, where I was And now to turn to (pwyitilcal phenomena Royal Arch Mason, Friendship t-u_ I ,
| A. J. Carter, Turnbull. then living! If I did not make haste.I of another type, tbe auditory Chapter No 11, Order of Eavtern Star: i''

.. COUNTY COMMISSIONERS' gathered up some books In one hand hallucinations by which knowledgeseems and Tltusvllle Camp No 141 Wood' I IiJ"no1.J.SOD.
iinl'"n Ttturtlle.,S. :Z.A.IF : ,.
\ ; John R Mlot, Indlannlai;
r :' '"ion, City Puinti; T. J. Cockahutt La.f.1ar to leave the librarian's room, ring far outside the normal ken of tbe .ode No 103: Knights of Pythias. ." .- '1c ricIa.:
which communicated by a passage percipient The nperl'luy of a Mr, meet regularly. 1n
: -.100. are held Bret Monday In each.
BREVARD with tile nialu room of the library. As Worabey Is typical Once when planning t Arm A city telegraph office and express The best known and'largest liquor house j

COUNTY OFFICERS. 'my lamp Illumined the passage I saw a congratulatory letter to a friend delivery: a carriage and wagrm ,

:''i1SenTTUW"1"1;. ..... ..County' Jnilite, apparently at the
84mtrt.Tltu.ville: : I:'..,': ':"bountyClerk! face. I Instantly thought a thief had man? Write to a dead man?" rang In Coast Advocate .
I Is published
H Hell .. .... ,, The East These prices Include express charges ilisae pr>*a do not Include express I
tuiy"l. ....Ta AMewnr.u' I turned back | his and be later found that his
",. .V Into the library. eurs4 charges. If wsot ta addI
; )' "'"'vllle..... ,? .Ta* ; TiV"T"\' '. ... ...TreuMirer.r4 Into my room put down tbe books and I friend bad been dead for some days.Far glance through its advertising columns 4 qta. Forest Iawn Hy.. 210 a. foll(,,,., 1 grol., Gllc\.. ; :2 ..11., Iletsl; ;
Tltueville.' :: :::: j the safe and, bizarre au Incident related : I
Superintendent.tnTllla.Reistratlon took a revolver from more was .. .. .. 8.00J gall.t IHlcta.14( gabs., $1.s/.
husvllts. ....Igant7Sorveynr. behind you can eaijly l IH who sire the prominent 12" . ( I
H ". f.,,, ,,, the lump cautiously ] to :Mr. Myers by a Mrs. Davies. .
;:; Z'TI:: : ,, ehnrld. holding I .merchants of our town-men wDn< 4 Ieechlantiltys-----------' 2.7:1:
"; : OfflfcerTHTSVILLE me, I mode my way along the' passage j An acquaintance of hers bad changedher :. :. .. kxtraStar: fI lye. . . .rr (Ual. tI.AO }
TOWN COUNCIL. Into the main room Her I saw DI abode unexpectedly and if was are up-to-date citizens and who are 1:1: ", . 8.011 Excelsior It,., . . ft, 1,10 0

:-.1I'1llIOn., mayor! .T. N. Waller inarabal but the room was large and In-: arranged that Mrs Davles should receive asking for your patronage Read tie 4 lien Lily. . . . :J.tO: (ledmaa U'e. . . _" .. 2.00
It'eolle"GM I J. P.Wilion. clerk and trees one ads on every page very carefully. R..tlIlDd It,.. . .. :2,20
.
'> Henry, cumbered with bookcases | her mall until she could communicate 1:1": ? . . 9.01' .r H' "
beat' p. B,tat Prltehard ameanor, P.; O.J. Halt A.,Stewart and F., called out loudly to the Intruder ( her new address to her friends Sample caplet of the Advocate will 4 Jim JJuckoer It'a. . .,.tHI Maryland Monogram( . 2.60
"JT.> alilermait The council meet flnt "I several times more and to her husband who be _cent free to any part of the Unit.d 12" a . I0.1i!' Rose Vallftl, . . It 3.IH' ,
eaco month. to show himself particularly .. 1':1& '\ . '' F.
4 COllhtl.'. 4 GO I'\rorlDjf :: 8.110
TITt'8VILLI' with, the hope of attracting a po.sIOi'.' was lu India. One evening a letter arrived States upon application.The 12" Wool ford .. . 1060 t. W. lIar"t1r. . . :: 3.00
a Rtbbine BOARD OF TRADE. policeman than of drawing the t bearing tbe India ponimark. Sterling Hotel 1. practically. 4 Buse Valley------- ,. ,: Silo yolace. . . \.., '' 4.00 .1'_ ,
'?(,*' .nut'smretary: .|1.1.Meets M. DUun.second trussd Wedt -- truder. Then 1 saw a face looking,, and Mrs. Davies placed on the chimney new, having teen entirely ...bullt. 12" . . U.OO bilk Vtllnt. . . '0 ", 6.00 i'

in each. month at their. Tooms. round one of tbe bookcase I say piece, intending to ask her brother many more room added, dining room 4 ):cho IIprlDI. . . 6.110( halt Whisky . ., :0 :, 2.00 I
round but It had an odd appeafance, to barb it next day to the addressee. enlarged, piazzas, erected and all modern 4 't I. W. l1".r . . 600 op to t ".110
If the body were In the bookcase, as j I Suddenly she became aware of a convenience Installed, and lias 4 Lire Oak . 6.11" Georgia I Con. . . e. : I.W I J
60 YEARS' as closely to the edge strange ticking sound that seemed to 4 I.ees L' fJlJ. . r .'1. 6./111 Tennee.ee Corn. : . :' 11.110
so been refurnish, Acooinxnodatlons .
face came completely
the N. O. Coro, . . t 2.00
The face was from the-letter' Itself. Her 4 't 1111 nltlr. . . . bop)
and I could see no body. j proceed are of the beet: j t' Krone Mountain . 3.0"
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of 4 CJan..JJM Clsb . . 61H' :: ::
orbits
pallid and hairless and tbe j! brother too, heard It. and. yielding to The Tltusvllle Livery Stable baa a 4 't CaD. Sprlng' "bettled Inbond ISS Tom (lb. . 1./10/

IiQETnaoc the eyes were very deep. I advanced ( superstition they Imagined that the fine lot of tiorsea and rigs and pay 4 : J.IC.Pepper.buttlejlolond ItOlI (JolI.DdGID. . :: :: 1,54) '
toward It, and as 1 did sx> I saw an old sound meant: "Important! To be delivered pedal attention to the tourist and the Dufy'.Mslt SIN) up to 2,00
man with high shoulders seem to rotate -j at oncer' The brother there sportsman : American I Mali.: : : : : : 5(9):( New fnllan.l: Rum . 1.75

out of the end of tbe bookcase upon put on his bat and carried ,tbe 4 it Laurel alle7eorn.. . 3.t0 up to .t 2.110
MAMa and with his back toward me and with t' letter to'tbelr friend who found It to Th* Tlttifvtlle Graded c High School 4 t' tone I'.ntaID Corn. . ....110 Cognac, Peach, Apple, ,
Dcsionsb" l baa an efficient corps of teachers, all t' Apricot, blackberry and
: walk rather quickly !be a communication from an unknown 4 UnJlh..r Hla 1'0010 ".nll
Corveveasrs&e.'b' a shuffling gait lIaoan..1Jr.nlIe.. . 1.60 I
a the door of a J sdm of whom toM Unit-grade teacher certificates. 4 Devil's Island Gin------ 4.00 ,
to correspondent servant or companion
bookcase
.e' a".In I. r. OUf a kNehand.OMn, rN eerlMMe./. .. from the which opened from the ber, of her husband and baa A school term of 4 .. OlD Phosphate. . G.11O C.t.rba i 3,00
.. : !I'Ah f'ew.meMw.t email lavatory notifying J'ortShear/ ,. ,
I"aay: eoeqdenerai. AwSSDDOg. on swat. library and bad no other merest I ( death. eight month Here the children Are Don't O..rlook. These a.Klda are 1IIack\>err, WlnM. . u 1.00

., wltboutasLksr.ais' thrrorfur..n.n th.lo'h.yM Spars.S nt4a4Ic. leard no voL e. I followed the man at Taken singly, such Incidents as the given instruction and prepared for college Bottled at the Distillery up to' ::1.00Anl1CnScrllusch

S i lace Into the lavatory and to my extreme I above are not without ImpressivenMs courses, under good' moral coo.ultlons Uia "elMr I'lotl 10 des pet cask . .'12011LN.

kii1I1r( Jlmerican. surprise found< one there. Considered la the aggregate and as and associations.The tliao cask, per do. . 1 110n nY
b'hn'a 6 nv mn.tntM lreekly. .r.eM Completely mystified. even looked massed by the thousand wltlf corroborative ralmhoratls another hotel opened Export Blue Label! 10 duz per cask------ MOO.
,' ,: .: \ .r: the little cupboard under the data carefully preserved In the la Tltusvllle. II Is nicely located Dear E E Ia S Less haD cask, per dos \ . 100 ,

lp ANN &C Co=; =:New 1 I rk fixed Into basin. There wa*nowhere hiding to society's archives, they may well girt with the f.every E. C.convenience.Ry. station*,.and Is fitted =-=.--. ...... WRITE FOR rRICE LILT } ,

eh"moe,; a r.a.WMII..........DoC; for a child- and I confess I began one p ue.
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', p BAST COAST ADVOCATE. TrmsvnxE., FLA. MAY 22, 1908.c .
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JA.MU PBITc .aD. President F, B. BATTI .

c BAST COAST ADVOCATE GIVE frlEM EMPLOYMENT.The BREVARD COUNTY' DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY, R. W HAILK: Assistant Cashier: icr


WUZL, ,,,,...U. IC"OTaD 1'0 Tas D.".'" schools are closed in Florida RIVER STATE
INDIAN BANK
Oran 0' ra. 1..111. arvsa. LAaawoITS until next October and many of the
axb.una vk eu.110'I'I011. HELD TUESDAY MAY 19 1908 ,
pupils are idle, but not by prefer. ,

PCBLUHK"" VKKl KB1DAT.Cottrxl ence. It Is, indeed, creditable to COUNTY DEPOSITORY

these boys and girls when they -1 Authorized capital $ i oo c

t at tb.ro t<,ftlce.t TltuiTtlla, Florid, manifest a detire to earn something ; _;; te- I Paid up capital $257:
/() I-I"I"
M aeamd-clwt mttter.C I during tbe holidays. Many w I C I Average deposits, $200,0|

of them are poor and wish to assist CAXDnH'rE. 1 :;; .!! i 3

.AmLM H.WILTOK Editor ft Troprleuir. themselves and parents In main. CI .:: I ..I.: I 'EI.g .. ..I '" 0 Transacts a General
Member of the Florida ITMI AMnclvtlon.ontpMlnf taining the family They are our 0 0 t7 G I FU 1H -- Back

ITKHT VtlUKOi. ... .. BUIt. Rramal home children and deserve encour. S. $,',,atorTohn I I Bn iness.
---- agement says the Metropolis. t4. t'ard. . 8 1 1 4. .. .'. 11 15N .
I notices In local column f'ont 1''leI sensible knows the n. Hroward 20 47 16 61 34 111 12' 8 4 II 1112.7nllnran
10 Reading ixinu s linn.RMM Every person U. Fletcher . 25 '1. 1 (tl I 0 I a 1\\ 0 2 18 t Largest and Oldest !Bank on the R1r;
for dlnpUj a4.rtl.lntr[made known oPA'lCiul risk that children run when Idle. William n. Lamar. .211" 12 Ir II 6 1 1 174Rt't'reMl'lItatlve e'R' Exchange bought and soldConntrlet ,
,I :: : :rtliilnr kills hooora due attar fire Many criminals are made by Idle. In Congreesl'rsnk .t 'I' "Wls;

appearance stl =elated In contract rurtlen not known tour EI6'lorll- rrtronatro apl'reclated"7proU'rt
vllltm required: to pr for advcrtlnlng In ad and dishonor just because they . II 16 IGOP. tnmtment,and verr favor omalsteot w-rrlci( a
II. I', IJallt'y. . . 40 23 30 18 II 2 6. j aerans with t
bauklnR
DUo'ontlnnanMi of adTU. mil at b*mad per. have nothing of a proper nature to W. BIIJll'r . 4l: 10 211 JII II 4 U tI 32118 (}()8POXDENTS: arosted
tonally at thin' ontoe or by wrltlnK. occupy their minds. They drift Robert E.: Davis . M 2f>> :12 22 0 6. !I. 12 171\111 Il''t' Empire Trust
from one bad thing to another until George I.I.appington. 2 31 1/1/ 20 12 IS 6 f 0 7 10) 12:1: New Comnanv.York: Id. 42 v IIro"'J.
The BArr COAUT AnvocATK* I* 'IJSO per an sink into the of George ('. Martin 6 87 2'1 22 J3 0 tj . 0 II 1"l1l7Hallllll'l tl._ JThe Atlanta Narlonal; Jackwsrat
depths .. .._'
vnt'kF'
ala inontln 7V-I( ". To Korcliin; ('mrntrese2.oo they __ :; .
nnrn| . .
aubecrlptlnnsnvarlobly" InItampml.addrtiiiiyia I 1'8KQo. . . 8 37: 18 2J5: 6 1\\ 4 8 1I13O.
'. advanoe.111n per. angum turpitude from which few are ever J, Strozh" 2 13 4 I 0 \I 2 4 . 4. 0 I 4 57Member. "1 "'1" US"\rILLE, I.'L.L t..
1 l rescued. Keep their little hands JIl'1II Nat Corn.T. .
II i ;. wrtlnR W tIe AnvtaT* fur Infnrma.. and tender winds employed at some : Albert Jennings . 3 2o1! 11 27 11 Ja 4 . 6 6 -I lUll ----- -- --- ---- ------- -------

t Non of any k/nd. the writer will ohhlle by enclosing honorable and thus William S. Jenuhlgs I . J6 M 111 :U II 7 3 f 4 0 10 WII
a euvehgw.| employment :Motor: :Boat Supplies.
Dale toO Nat lJt'l1I Oonv- IargeJ. .
save them from a life of shame and E. Alexander 7 62 11 :u J5 FI 6. 1\\ 8 11153
Cbooll."OIIt.otfIOl OrderKto.ilmula In mad. disgrace.The/ null o. lIowdf'f J 2l: 11 13I 2 2 . 6. :3 I 6 75;
,. pyablstOCIALasit WU.TOlfolrol'rletor.j man or woman who employsa Max 111. Brown . .. 4 2R 1'1 1to1 11 II 4 .. .6 /5'11112 XtHci.ll: Order .:DE3Co\a.so.
j girl or boy Is a real benefactor J. Hall Ilrllll1"t'1 . .3 I J8 JO If>> 7 2 4 1\\ 3 7 74A
,. Addrsn i all nnmmnnln ICABT COAHT tlon AUVOTATE to and worker in the moral and Industrlous O. Clewls . 3 12 4 n 8 2 2 1 R oil For your boat and engine| at liberal ; TlTUSTILLK. rLOKIDO. ... a Charles F" Eaton': It 31 ]10 I 8 7 4 3 .. I 7 "ti3 EVERYTHING I price. The Taw: supplied BIOIIT. Shafting
1. t\ vineyard, and, in the 1). J. lerrin . . . .. J 111 3 of 7 . I //I 83A peiief Batteries both Edison and Dry. Timers,SD PI
coming years, can consolingly look J. I'. Julian..1 1 b 6 7 2 233A Coils Spark PliiK. Carburetors, lira* Pipe and FillloKS, Deck Flttinge'ite,
. i 8. Department of Agriculture back and see what they did to 1'\. . . 25: 3:I 1. 6 I 6 6 a8 |Ing Gear, Boat IJulklcru' Supplies.
Iliirean Fla. Jail, HlIl'vey W. Phillips :I 2 4BOAT
Weather -JupKer,
children wise and .
. r, make little men Frank W. 'ope . . .. II 21 fi 14 11 8 1 1 .7 74J BUILDEKS AND KHH COMPANIES given special discount
Thefolloaing tag comparative ttate pure women, ornaments to society H. Reeve: . . 1 20 6 11 6 2. 3 63R : '
: IDiot of temperature and rainfall for the and proud factors in tbe business H. Sharkleford. . . Ji 6 13 II .4 \ :3 48F Now Palmer: : Eng1.nos
,'. week ending Tuesday, May 10, 190H. world. Thousands are thus saved n. tlnt'lIJan . ,1 13 4 8 4 2. 3.. 8 87DdIe
arranged to Kpcciflcatlon with WATER JACKET UBAtH extra sized
-1008- -1907- i to :Nat 00nv.2 CongDietK I my } pump
BAT. WAX MIN MAX. HIM from a life of wretchedness, and W. Bond . . . 4R 11 211 U 1 8128 Make and Break Ignition Is perfection\ for tlab Boat*. Discount allowed
13 82 7.1: SI 007J those instrumental in the saving 1'. 1'Havis.. . . 4 31 10 17 11 D I 10111
'. I 14 82 72 81 : deserve the plaudits of a grateful Pat 10 13', ,8 4 6 : II 64 Lamb: : Eng:1nos:
15 84 75 HI 73 nation )' 23: 8 J2 7 4 6 I 711J'H. Jump Spark are Ideal for Pleasure Craft.
10 85 70 8iHO: (10! We have always thought that the Murphy..1 1\1\ 1 7 II 4 t'4U
81 IW 70 2..S By writing for prices before aendlnir away, I 118'e<
( U. 83 70 H2 (14 grandest work of life Is the rescuing I 0 3 2 :3 I ] 2 31 SAVE MONEY / money. Gibe me your trade. I have sold you f'
19 8871| 84 05 of our fellowman from degra. : 3(1( 8 16 211 14 \ 2116 from Feinandlna to Miami.
I Total rain fall for the week .03 inches dation and assisting him upwards. John Y. C. Stockton .. 2] 07 17 66 8:1: 6 I 17 265Seeretsry

Departure from normal rainfall for the A' kind word a timely act often of Htatt'H 'VV' O. SN"EDEN', JENSEN, I'xGFrap.oiruit
,
J8 77 27 M Hi 20278
,
Crawford
7 week plus .63 Inch l. Departure Clay 2p
believe saves human .
we \being.So ------------------ ------ --
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from normal rainfall aloae Januay 1. Attorney Ot'nl'ral- I
mlntia 10 Inches now It you have anything the W. H. Ellis,, . . -I 22 0 13: \\I 6 8 00I : : and: Ornngo Trooe
HAL. P. n4 Vllf. Official charge: little boys or girls can do during I'ark M. 'l'rammell . 18 07 J8 40 2:1: 8 10210Comptroller
_.. vacation employ them and Inculcatein I We have over 200,000 of he BEST QUALITY that can be produced WI
, I'I I, Thomas J. Appleyard ... 2 12 7 U 7 8 b //S8 skilled labor, and our experience of over 20 years
MORE\ : cement aldewalki are needed them habits of Industry, hon I A. O. Croom . .. . 11.1 17 21 M 311)( : 16 ;IfJ-I, We bud principally on SOUR; ORANGE bl'OClibutcan supply Grapefn

,i in TituBvllle. Property owners esty and business, 'and thus show I J. W. Knljtht. .. . .. II 1 ? I 3 1 J8I and some Oranges on other stocks a
/ should attention to this Impor. your desire to do something for the 'J'rPIIIIUrl'r (i"tate- Foil TI1I3 BENEFIT OF OUIt CUSTOMHK8 ALOXiJ Til\
tant matter.pay young, who always stand in need I, W. V. Knott. . . . 16 70 2(110 2U, 13 6 ".. (I 10 13 202J0! INDIAN Itn'l n. we. have established a BRANCH NURSERY NEAR KOI
; :, State Snpt of publlo In8t.WI1I. .- Pierce, where we have 33,000 choice Grapefruit and Orange trees, budded on So
of moral
advice
,; -.. '' good end training. !r. Holloway . J7 78 20 b6 8t Ii 8 . 60 J4 202SJ: Stook-one and two year buds In floe condition for planting.

Commissioner of Agriculture REMEMBER-that In buying' trees here, YOU TAKE NO RISK OF miiNGi: )
TEXAS U now actively and Intelligently KNOLIHH cities n. E. McLiR :. . ,15 00 26 43 2(1( J3 7 ? : 6 10 12 1i'245 WHITE FLY INTO YOUR QUOV1C. -
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advocating good roads, are adopting an For Railroad OommlsI'loner- Send for new descriptive catalogue with price and Information
I and a change for the better' Will be automatic gas controller which Is Royal (1 Dunn. . . 16 7 47 21 8 6 J 0 7 4 16 103Adlutant .
apparent soon no doubt. adaptable to any type of incandescent E. 1V. Irvine . 12 :3 6 1 1 '2 . J 31 4E: I iliitsL'w I011a011Hv Nure4crib55Wholesale ,
l burner (Its lamp and Is 1V. K. JseksnnTuliuSalomon . .. 4 111 10 6l I 6 3. 1 'S' 4 0& 60 and Retail So. Office MIAMI\! FLA.

-- -.---- ---- Instantaneous in any lighting and, ex. . . 1 6 t1 I 3 3 2 ? I. :2..I. 24 ____________ ._____ ___ _____._ __n_.

TiTimviLtB badly needs a good tlngulshing. The mkchanismconm Oliffor(1 Opnpralj. U. Foster- . 207b4 27 47 27 16 7 6 10 11 182t7 l\.rAL nY CO., Atlnurn.. Gn.
up-to.date laundry-one that will slsts of a clock which can be so State Cbemlst''T t

send for and deliver tbA washing regulated and set as to light the gaS n. E. love . I. 70 2U .a 2"1 16 9 . 6 JO 1 11 1"l27; 41 South Fonytb Street.

every week. Who will start a laundry i iJ Justice ff Supreme Court- -
each night and extingush It each 67 22 11 6 8 0 16206(
n 22
10 : 6
in Tituivllle? William A. Hockey . Complete \line of Engines, Boilers,S.i
morning, so as teJI make an auto. Thomas[. hackll'ford, t61 :10 4U J7 13 6 : 6 0 1:1: 16113 Mills MaclilEdgers
Shingle and
Stave '
-- --------- matlo variation to the .
according Attornt'Y- .
State 25: 03 28 GS 35 la 12 7 II 13 JO 321 9 Planers 'and all other wo,
i GOT of 1(053,602, pieces of mall calendar. tt is 'claimed that the (\ JOill'lI. . : ... ,
working machinery and
Stnte M'nator- luppllp.cBrriIn
received in the dead letter oflle controller will require no. attention F. U. iiudaon . . 20 27 12 L4 88 6 14 10 21 3 7 7 202.9J. stock at tbe above address, which
;, during fifarcb! over 600,000 were except winding once in a week or 1v. ,Watson . . . 4 ISI 17 10 27 17 U i 2 14 O' II II) 3210Representative : and has been of butn! '
our only place
t' returned to the senders. Postal experts fortnight, and that, once adjusted, '
llt ; 6 46 7 16 6"1 12 7 2 2 6 1 q 156n. for more than a quarter of a century.

of careless are growing writers wise In the ways out will not the have year to The be reset gas through can be .)hnB. Io'tl'wart'. : : : : : : : : HI' 01 Is (14 7 10 JO 10 JlI 6 15 22 231; Get the best, It will'\ save you moo>

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,,1, ._ .__ turned off and on at the meter, independent COllnly.Tncljte-B. H. Wllllon . . . 20 011 28 fiO 3:1: J6 8 0 I 10 13.15307Sheri6' : >
of the controller whichis s'ing'LEADING
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DAME RUMOR says Miss\ Sylvia quite necessary for the renewingof .T. 1'. Drown. . .. 201U ,m 11 43: 18 1:1: . 8 10 15 20369 .
: Green, the young daughter of Mrs Clerk of Clroult Court-:f'
rr /
the Incandescent mantles. 2:1: 05 20 BI'( 46 J7 1 11 7 I 10 16 J8 S37 = .
-I; Hetty Green the richest woman in A, A. "'tl'wart . .. 'fff
.
I the is -- -. -.-- Connty Tax'I Assessor11' .. .. (tw ,,1'! ;,
; world going to marry a man 73 .7 .
n. Hall . . . .' 2. 102 28 ',47 18 13; 10 1. 203)0'l'ax : \ *r
without money-and over 00 yearsof WITH receipts of $183,685,01S: Collector-l \ )f t( : j

age as well There Is consider) and expenditures of $190,238,288)( ; jllht. . . 22 I.I 20 611 311 l"l 9 ., 7 \\J 11 18331 4
i able "kicking" about It among the For the past year the U. S. Postof. Co Supt. ot Public Inst.- i ;;,;; ,
08 2(1( 71 SOII 0 6)0) 20320: '
O 14
younger men but Miss Green says flee Department makes Its best John H. 11'alker. . . 2 CANDIDATE

she will whom she likes showing thus far. It is not, how- Connty lIl'veror- 113 27 110 3:1: 17 8 10 183011 \
marry J. O. j; ''' . . . 22 ." 6 11) : U
jl even if he I. old and poor. ever, wholly satisfactory With a County Trt'a8url'r- I,

marcels post the deficiency mightbe R. ,F. Batch . . . 8 aa ,21 72 47'U ; 0) 4 J'J 8 16241 FORUNITED
f r wiped out with great gain In John[. "Sama. .. . . J8 17 1. 12 I 18 8 01( 380i p \\J 7 I14;! :
TUB: Prince Edward Island legislature County OnmmlsI'lonl'r- I
General
utility. |Is
almost ]District No. 1. i
:
= a bill excluding unanimouslypaned motor cars from Meyer's plan to be Side-tracked' to 3,11[, Ollbll . . . 88 . r.>. . .. 36J

that province. Asidn from preju please Speaker Cannon? n. Dielrict Xo.,2. '" . 6 .1" . \\J. 15 80 : j r,
'' I
1 dice the --- -- ---- -- ,
against pesky things, mew.t 1)I..trll't. 'No: 3.
ben proba ly'appreclate the finan. R; A. Conkllnll' . . :. 0' . 3t! 10 . . U 80 i STATES
EVER WATCHFUL. District No 4. : : f
cfal value of territory In which no 1V. A, 1teaton. :. . . .1 "', 21 61 . . .. . .. 6:1: ... I
{ horn "honketh" and the gasolene 'r. .A, Hobln"on. . "" 23 . 60
"smelleth" not. hiotrict No, 6. s 1
A Little Cure Will Save the 'r.'T.f'wkehutt 1M 12 . . J SENATOR"M
hoarier Future Trouble. o; J'.IJanl'l'l. : : : : : : : : 8 'n."1 . ... ... .,' .S..8.1. : r
THE medical director.general of 1''b\le\ .
Watch the kidney secretion. Ml'ml.I'r Board In8t- I ; 0

ii AmeYican the British army leads reports the that world the See that they have the amber hue of 'A.J.Carter District, No.. 1.. . 64 . .. . '1" . MJ ) I
army M
DUNCAN
\ health. Dietrlet'No. 2 U.FLETCHER
with a death rate of 0.14 per 1000. The dlkobargea not exceislve Infrejuent. N. Chalker. ,,'. . . ::11 36 1. . 6n. P
ht For this unenviable distinction or t'I. Inlllt'ton . . ../ . 7 0&1'1 '. ?. '. . .; Mmlltrlt't N
/ there la no To he No. 3.E i F r
'II excuse. sure, Contain no brlck-dust-llko undlment. R. Arnold . .. . . l"l 15 . I. .. I? 11 74 Stands
service in the ? for These
Philippines makes Doan'a Kidney Pills will do this for A. O. }''rlnk . . 41 7 2 tI UStt x Principles: :
v for a death rate higher than that .
1I1*r"IIIn of Rrglstretion- M t Control of Interstate Carrier: l.ten'.le
which obtained when the army's :you They watch the kidney and cure them N orwoo.t. . 21 b4 '29 62 28. 1:1: 6 .'. 7 ,10 13 17 :.02 Commerce CoraraUoCon. by J
sphere of duty was confined to County Member !State 00111.Wa.io .- =: Favors Income I
.
when sick 88 22 63:J 21) 10 Tax.
temperate climes, but the bad they are !i. Jones . ill 16 8 IJ 12 162j2M $ Stand for
Mr John 2 oil I en, City Auditor residing ItetnCongComnlttee-, Tariff ReHnloii. and Benefit to
showing made Is mainly due to .t 731 Robert street, Newport, Ky., (}. F, Duren:: U 8tI ::13 62 20 13 7 7 II 13 102TJ = Florida Farmer and FraU Grow r. II
glaring deficiencies In the'medical Members Dern, Sen. Cum- DolT 011 Egyptian CoUon. .1
,1 ,I" .corps. That fact our own officers say.! "A man who lia. never had back 1V, L, liu hlett. 18 62 28III 28 17 7M. . 6 II 10 182() G45versmeaAppropriaiions for Harbor' 110I
ache or kidney complaint In of Ita nil 1U 36 16 :1 0 16 tai I
I readily admit any 1'1.' I'alll": i' . ,1523 U 6I lo A bland Hirer and Waterway a
forms'can
many scarcely gauge the tuts- 4, Opposed to Tna... and all Monopoli. .,
err a aufferer endure who I is annoyed I Favora \
: fell to Rntative Currency Reform e
h 1Vnu.Eimmigration to the United day and night t>y this far too prevalent Ampiiff\ the contested olrlceu the !State .. Hudson; I I

r' Slates is almost at a standstill, the trouble. To all such ply advice I la pro- to K. I). Stewart: ; County Treasurer to U. F. Match For Mvinber of the .""fEEFE4'' tEf4FfEEf kt4'EacE6E.( +E E.tF4t+Ef tiE E4f rl,

volume of Immigration to Canada acre Doan's Kidney rill and take a School Board all the old members are reported elected

grows, and transatlantic !lines pro. course of the treatment. The result of "'hilI' 'the County Cominls loner! of District Nea.1, 2 and 3 were reelected .

l pOle increase the Canadian ser. the use of three boxes:: proved to the that without opposition, In No. 4 "'. A. Heaton defeated T. A. Robinson! and lu THE ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING OFFICE

vice to accommodate it,.says tbe the remedy la UP to repreaentatlona and No 6 0. 0. Manuel and T. J. Cockhutt tied. a I

Boston Record The Dominion is e"rvea my unqualified Indorsement" I The following were elected Member of the County emoeratlc Executive

getting great supplies of men, and For sale'by alt dealer Price 50 ctt. Committee%. F. A. :Morgan, Oeo. B. Gardner S. F. Travis, W. It. Roench,0 J. Does all Kinds and Description of i

desirable ones. The great majorityof Foster-Mllburn\ Co., Buffalo, N. T., sole F. Campbell, F. A. Drake, J W. Urlffla, R. V. Smith 8. A. Osteen and S. F ,

her settle, aside from those agent. for the,United State. Gray. ToTo ;.

i. who come from our own Northwest Remember the name-P" ns--and For Justice of the Peace, the following were elected t 11.Ii Wilson, J... K. Frirtti: : : g-

are some from the United King. take no other Myers, W. H Crl'880n, J. M. (Sanders, W. K. Roesch O, },(.Brown E. Svedellus 4Pr Pr

dom. Industrious, Intelligent al. ---- O. II. Nauman, n, F. Knsey: and W. C. Peterson -'-'--- ---_. --- -- -- --- --- .- '

most always possessing some dapl. lal'T Do you want to buy aoroo plno- For Const ablest J. N. Wailer, P. W. Robert, J.C. Gibert.N. E.KInnilrJ, haVe not been received. full in Mile es: .t '
Tltiif other source
sal, they are both producers and apple land In St. Lucia and Dade Leon E, Adams, B. W. Watton and F. M. Wilson. official returns, which will not be canned by before any next week, when wc v

ontumers. Of such no country counties f I have some to dispose The above tabulated report of the Primary Election la correct, and was give the official return. It' r

ever has too many. Considering of at a sacrifice. I have no time furnished by our representatives, with the exception of Georgians and Meg We take this manner of thanking those sent rte th'' c '1 I
who
cur own low average of today we to look after It Address, Chaa.H. rite On occoust of our representatives at these points sending v* returns from this clecl! ) ;and are oOI'orr so kindly the favor bT 8 ,
we
cannot
return .
envy her Walton, TltuavllI, Fla. from other prectnctt, we have no return from these two pointy, .. they them the complete returns of the county ;

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Shiloh.David TO KILL MOTHS. F. A, MORGAN, MANAOICK. CHAS It. WALTON. f w wMORGAN'
COAST I -
EAST
NEWS. i
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Taylor went to Tltusvllle\ Mon Contrary to the general belief cam : & W'.E ..LPJ'O M '

******************** : day.Dr. phor, naphthalent tobacco will not : '

Miller\ of Tltusvllle\ spent a few : kill clothes mothT, says Suburban Life .

i day; inhere, last week, doing dental work They act merely as repellant; where ;

WeW8V Notos Contributed bv Our Regular/ 5 Misses Anabel Williams and Gertrude j they are used the moths will not deposit REAL ESTATE DEALERS.

C Corps of East Coast Correnpondents. : Mosbey, of Oak Hill, were pleasant call-, eggs. If tbe eggs are already laid, or U .
0 '
0 ers In Shiloh
4A Sunday I the young have hatched substances of (Licensed.)

..1111 N1 NNN.NN.1NNNI............ ...J% Miss May; me Taylor will go to Oak I this nature will hate no effect. I'
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0i T.-.TT Hill friend, Sunday and spend a week with her In May or June the moths appear and Watch this space if you want to buy property ,
Miss
Gertrude
,
{ilifu i Please send all communication Eau Gallie. Mosbey. lay their eggs; wtylch soon hatch Into tbe on the famous Indian River.I

tame! for publication to "Editor, Hill H,. J.were Magruder In and J. Peteet, of Oak destructive grubs that feed on feathers,
Shiloh Sunday viewing
era, TltuuUle-, Fla. the fine woo), fur and other things of an animal No. 1. Fine lot In South Tltusvllle ,
: Wedding bells will soon be ringing in orange \groves of our little ll building No. O. Northeast ti't l of northeast}!, \
our towo liege texture. The campaign against: moths fronting' KM) feet on the Indian leo, 18, township 3S south range41/ east,

W; cannot guarantee to publish The Democratic Mr. and Mrs, A. X. Noble and little must start early In tbe opting If Immunity River and extending back to Front street, on south fork of$L Luole river;40 acres,

r that do out reach this office before q ull'tlylo Eau Gallie ptlmary on Tueaday passed last.off son, returned home Saturday after a for the rest of the year U to be en- a\\lnterlloruo.distance of :275 Price feet, .an...'Ideal 11.00. spot for a Dade county fd.OO per acre. .. ,

Thursdays.; pleasant visit of two weeks with Mrs. \ i it..act
og Joyedj No. 7. A are bargains A 24 acre <
Mr. Warren Slathers left No. :3. Lot l05iJ2.1: )front ;
for :New York KuhU on street ii '
The easiest to rid cloths of moths of land, 10 acres of which ls A boar-
for
e a way line the
holiday and business hut water front, just location for a
trip, week.
Lin correspondents oblige us by Mr. Claude McCandloHs spent several Is to give them a thorough brushing residence, five minutes front postofllce hag Pineapple Plantation, near Mel- h 6
and Mrs..J. 1'. Bobottom and son Ennls days with\ friends and relatives Ibis bourne l ocl Packing house Dock 1
If the Dl\melof people places et and stores; price, *'HKIK) ). I
once a week'D.t then them to
I were guests; of Mrs. C. K Taylor on bun place, last week, and left Monday for eipoxe Tramway. Pines am fenced with woven ,
,
'1.AI 11 afy>| as possible ? day and Monday; last Yew Tork air and sunshine Where they are to be :No. 8. West !Si of northeast }{ and wire fencing, 'llils' Is an exceptional y

packed with carbon bl. west \t of southeast. l j, seo. township\) chance for a party who will\ live on the
Captain J. II. Andrews left for Wai Misses Minnie Glass and Mayme Tay; away fumigation 32: range 8l>, 111 '..'(>.UK) acre !St. Luole Crop last l.BOO crates. '
Melbourne.lion ton: 1<'14., this wef'k. after the oveihaul lor, David Taylor and Claude McCand sulphate Is the surest method The garments county. $(li.t l 00 per acre. 'Price place., If sold before April year 1st, 85,500,00.'

Ing of his sloop, Dixie. lees spent a delightful evening with Mr are put In a tight trunk, with No. 4. 8. W. tj of northwest l{ and TItle peifcot.No. '

W. OOODE.-Rest Estate: Notary Mr. J. A. Gilbert bas been adding to and hire J. W. GriMe, Saturday Muslo moth matbles. Then a saucer i Is placed west of southwest l{, see ft.1: township 8. 10 acres In Lot No. 3, Sea 23, t
B rind A fortuna and
tent
Kiwi i uid'anevanoer.London and Olohaand I ( Hartford his business Inteients at Odessa, X Y games were enjoyed until a late hour on top of the pile with four or firsts. .12: range 3D, Ul: ) uuiea, Hi. Lucie Township :21 South Mango II% East: 1:

I I iN.iirino: *Companies. 8|>eolal attention as well as In Eau Gallic, FI.&. --------- blan|>nftil. of liquid carbon bisulphide county 9(1( ,(N) per acio. This U line UamRlook land sultablu for j I

10 the latereeta ot non-restdente. II. N, Hodgson; la adding a room and Cold,*- that Hang On. In It, easily obtained at all druggists. No. A. Northeast tj o( southeast lit oranges, !graphs and vegetables/ and 'U
: coo townshipH: south l t about half mile north of Tltua- 1
making other Improvements Colds that hang on In the spring deplete rallge' east; located a
for the to
orlptlons ADVOCATE one of The lid Is closed and the trunk left
Coast will be his Houston street cottages. the system, exhaust the oerxas, undisturbed close to t)I. 1C Wood's pineapple plan villa An exceptional bargain.. Price, ..
nil paper of the East and open tbe -way for serious Illness, until tbe clothes are wanted. tailon on Ht. Lucia rl"frj; 40 acres, Dade tiUHi. Half cash; balance on time, to :'
ice.
.ii I., !WI 1 at tie Melbourne Postof almost Fishermen are arriving; In Eau Gallie. Take Koley's Honey and Tar. It quickly Tbe bisulphide evaporates, and being county fll.IKll'f'l j Viicre. suit purchaser. t J

daily for the summer's work. stops the cough: and expels the cold. I h heavier ,,
E.; D, Onlin has gone to-visit atIbar" This point Is an Important than air, settles through the I
In thl Is
safe
pato one and
; home In Georgia. Industry. certain In results Tltusvllle\ garments. It Is derftlly to Insect life and If you want a home on the Indian River, call and sue u"" We have many
Pbaimacy. bargains Tltuavllloand elsewhere on tbe East Coast.TITUSVILLK d
will It In all ,
reaches friends here that Cyrus A severe wind squall passed through destroy stages. No odor ,

rind family arrived safely at their Eau Gallie on Tuesday last Some trees Valued-Same As Child. will remain In the clothes, after airing Morgan: : c4bKKAL Walton; : I !

'Pn home. were slightly damaged but nothing of U. 0. !Stewart a merchant of Cedar them a few moments, so that they can be ESTATE DKALK1C4,

master! Goode has a man at work: Importance Injured. View, Miss., says: "I tell niv customers used as soon as they are taken out The :, FLOUIDA.

D weeds away from sidewalks There will be grand ball at the K. M when they buy a box of Dr. King'sYew moth marbles prevent other females _" __ h _" _. _..... N
,1 sifbli place. & N. I., at Lyndon Ky., on the eve of Life Pills they get the, worth of that from crawling In to lay their eggs
Monday, the 25th lout. Cards much gold/: In weight,' If Bfllicted with
melt Hedges where Is busy clearing//: his received by friends of the school.are being constipation malaria or bit llousnee"." A simple wsy, but not so sure, Is, after "
he Intends G.
Dg lot, summer. erecting Sold under guarantee' at tbe TltusvlllePharmitcy brushing the /goods, to pack them In ordinary Percy aIA1tonTituavil1o '
iige this Cards of Invitation are being received 25o. boxes llour ,
paper jr bags, pastIng ,
and Mrs. Thos. Cbaffee came up from the K. M. A N. I., by lends of this
well known college of learning to tlicommencement a strip of paper over the cracks '
this week and ,
Miami are again en-
r t life In tbelr Melbourne home ou exercises May 21-27' Fort Pierce.The order to keep out the moth For closets : ., Fla..

!uff at L)'ndon, Ky. ,cracks, carpets furniture, or carriage j :,

and Mrs. Claude Beau jean and There is a I movement on foot to close editor of the furnishings, a thorough; sprinkling\ of d\
ADVOCATE bas
all places of bnsiuess on Sundays This some benzine will clear ii' FIRE AND TORNADO
Mere, the Misses Jessie and Grace, or gasoline out (
'Jo'I Sunday at'Melbourne Beach the Is a move In the right direction. Some land for sale on St, Lucle River which eats INSURANCE v

of Captain Deaujean. people think the merchant does not need will he sold cheap lie has no time to I __ __ .

a rent from. his week's labors, and forge' look after I It. In a few years this land Looking For Light. It"Iv
i Margaret Johnson, who spent thetilth the merchant's Is
day from all hours of
be'worth "Do think
; Mrs. John Ooode, left, last the morning till all hours of the night. I will four times as much ss I II you nilRglna' would make RELIABLE COMPANIES PKOMPT PAYMENT OF LASSES \
ltd visit her now for It. a !good husband?\ asked the conscientious '
for Baltimore to asked HATES. ACC1DEVT" POLICIES 8UED.
|ter, Mrs. Lena Hood and family We are sorry to announce the death of ] youth. / LO\yE8T \ \ J
fnR Captain flame, of the faculty of the K. "Why do you ask'" Inquired the girl '
: t taxpayers and property owners M.A N. I., of Lvnden, Ky. Captain W. it. llardee, of Jensen was In town In surprise. Pif.L": O"l. T301t'1 INSIJJ"Z.ANOE
bourne( are much annoyed bv cows Hauls made filends Wedues.la .
Iq Eau Gallll on ,
' : many "Borauao If you think such a tool as MARINE AND J KIRK. UATK8 ON APPLICATION .
'ifw at al large, much to the disown during hU stay at Military Park this .
Mr Itloou, of Jensen was a pleasant ttllRKlns could manage It I have a
Hhe( public and worry of the little past winter and )h4s friends extend to
the family their sinceie In visitor In town on Wednesday. ftooct mind to take a chance m.1elf.-) \
sympathies !
Your Business Solicited a
relay afternoon tbe Melbourne band their gt I eat loss Quite a number of pineapple drum Washington Star; Respectfully I

I i publIc concert on their new band men have their headquarters here. Reference: Indian River State Bank, Tllusvllle, Fla." ;\. l II

In the town square Few small A C'nlifornlau'n Luck. The election passed off very quietly; Insomnia. .
i of Melbourne size have such here, about I'M going to tbe polls.. "DIJ you try counting 1.000 sheep. as 1\1
\
t, We are justly proud of our floe "The luckiest day of my life was when \ told you?"
I bought a box of Bucklen's Arnica We are glad to see Sheriff: D. 13. Carleton "Yos, doc. Hut then I got to figuring '
Halve," writes Charles F. Budabn of on the streets again, after along TEEES; + "
I the what I could get\ for 'em by tbe pound :i
Sunday following guests spell of illness "
Tracey, California "Two :2! >o boxes
> :
| it Hotel Carleton for dinner: Dr. at present prices, DOlt after that I justcouldn't ,
cured me of an annoying) cane of itching Dr. ;
intend wife, Rev. Mlllldge Walker Rev Moore held services in St. go to j-Ianllll City .

I wife, R. W. Goode and wife, Mrs. and pile,that which yielded had to troubled other me treatment"Sold for ;year large church last Sunday morning Journal. ere giving sstisfaotion to bun. ''I
iGoode, Mrs. Moore, Miss Margaret ; no to a oongicgatlon. From Ocklawata Nurseries greatest our ., ,, '
under guarantee at the '\'Tltunvlll sire| I' I
}Brand McPheison.i. D. Is ,f costumers In Florida, They always
W Edwards ,
9e Pharmacy I of Jensen was a His Lssd.llawhIDS ,
John ----.-- pleasant visitor In town on Wednesday.Ills -How's Henpeck getting on grow, and they always bear fruit true to name of variety r- 't "
B. Lee Wm. TidballDr
, many friends were glad to see him since his marriage He used to vow
Onborne are having: fine sport Georgiana.Mr. again.Mr. In think of the future ''
planting now
that no woman could satisfaction In this grove .
rib 12, and are glad they stayed dur ever get ahead of Some I II
fir, Instead of leaving In April to and Mrs. Watts accompanied b1; him. Hagg-Ob, be's still lending, IIIIJppOll TILE SUCCESS OF YOUR iNVESTMKifr

6n Ixght In cold storms, as many have, and Mrs Ezra Simmonslet Tuesday Miss Volmer left on Tuesday for Caztn but she's lx>blml-holding the I depends on the tree you plant MAKE NO MISTAKE. but come to ,

lire wishing they bad staid South ovia, N. Y., after spending a ploaaao reins.-London Tit-Bits. I ,
r, of last week! for their borne In Ken- winter here We look for them again for Reliable Trees
. -- osha, WIs. next fall A Twisted Answsr."Don't Headquarters ; r Tr/ o derl1Jlttthey I

'JI he Mrs. Satab Allen and, daughter; Miss don't replace them. NO WHITE FLY
World's'llest Climate Miss De'aie Veltoh left for Menominee, you ever get homesick, we ,
captain
Esther left for two weeks'atay .
Tuesday a ,
:Mich '
Tuesday morning. Her uncle, ?" asked the
entirely free from disease. On the passenger on the '
.ations fevers prevail while onset at Daytona it. Whyte accompanied her as far as txcnn litter ADDKFH8 .

levels malaria Is encountered Mrs Handy left Tuesday for her home Jacksonville. Miss Bessie bas ina
niter or loss extent, acooidlo tot In Evanston, III. Her aunt, Miss Wright, great many friends, who hope she will replied the ,
'aptttlll.-I'ltlladelpblll Press.
To overcome climate affeo- will spend the summer here with Mrs. return next winter I i\
TANGERINE FLORlD \1
Baldwin ,
i latitude malaria bll- Quarrel
jaundice, You peopfo ,
IIQ, fever and ague .and genera Mr. E. V. Hall and family, and several Orange Grove For Hale. easily reniemlier .. r
that -- -- ---- -- -- --- -- -
no quarrel really
t.r, the most effective remedy liiio friends, went to Cocoa Beach (Saturday was ever -

Bitters, the great ,alterative!, .and In the launch Lena. They returnedhome Famoui made up.-Atcblnon: Globe.
Turkey Crook Grove
Orange; -- -- Lumber
PHI' I IW the antidote for
; every Monday. East Coast & Co.
of bodily weakness* nervouiwnss' and Truck Farm for sale at a bargain; !Shoe -lepairingI <<" Supply
"zinnia. Sold under guaran Cfo! atiiuivllle Mrs. A L. I?r liner and daughter Miss 200) acres of land, ab Beth, came over from Cocoa, Saturday, do 1'1klodl\ of boot and shoe repair
Pharmac Price BOo.Indianbla. .
to attend church and visit relatives and and creek front; several hundred bearIng lug, and do not forget It,. Opposite Jas.Prltcbard DEALERS IN- '

,rlendl. They returned Tuesday. orange! aDd grapefruit trees; M acres A Son. AMUHKW Oilmen,
Lu.D1bo'r: cto; X3vi.llc3.lziH: ; J.\4'n,1ori.a.1;
Mr. and Mrs.. Hughes. Rev. J, B. suitable for celery. Arterlan wells east : Tltiisvllle... KlaYoMt /
Hawk and I.ee Baldwin were down to ly driven. Flag station of F. E. C, Kail- --- I OFALL KINDS. /r '

see Dr. Wlttfeld, Monday They found way, known a. hTlIIl1an,""on laud. Typewriter For Hale.

taro Field and Philip Scbu/lerare the genial Doctor much Improved In Beautiful place; justsulted for winter JUST RECEIVED IN FOB] PIERCE CAR LOAD OF CORRUGATED GALVANIZED IRON j'

"I a Cruise |In the Mayflower and I every way. home. Three miles south of Melbourne Here's a chance;; for you. A secondhand .

"> ta far down as Miami. I lair and Mrs. Hughes Mrs. Brunor Apply to 1>. L. (:gulden, Tltusvllle, Yost typewriter for sale for only OOFIN3. WRITE US FOR PRICES k

4 sad Vrs, diaries nil) D. 8t. clair and Miss Beth were out driving; Monday Call .
t Fla ; or Goode Real Fstate' Melbourne, '10. .and sea It, at tint ._.
Iud Iii le son, "Bubble," left last calling on Mr. and Mrs. 'JraJTord -
*, for Scranton Pa.., for the sum- Mrs Baldwin, Mr and Mrs. Carter and Fla. tf ADVOCATE office,
Mr and )Mrs. Brown spending a very ------ Tltnsvllle, Fla. "
day '7V. :EC.T1TUSVILLK. :E?.. .:eXEe.: : -
I 1 me hers bas a warm welcome pleasant Application for Tax Deed.

R. Binders: sod only regret; that Mr and Mrs. Trafford have been here / Dade Comity Land For, Hale. FLORIDA.

IQ"'( count' him as formerly-one several days !looking after their place. Under Section I of Chapter 4Mft.. ,I..wi of rinrlilsNorrcR "' e f
: Iron
JSHoot
Ti
on ibt They were out driving Monday after m HERESY: OIVEV TIIAT SUITE For sale, cheap, the northeast quarter :nn and. ; 'V'or1c.or,

noon calling\ on friends In the north end .' piiroluuuir' of tea eitrtiHoau No. of southeast quarter of section 8, town TANKS OF" ALL KINDS MADE TO ORDKK,
SMnlers has been visiting bis of town. Thereturned to tbelr homeIn 23, date.l l His, and day of July A, 1... i
I 33 south of KOOFINO-TIN
"tl t week 1905, bMtttal. Mil oertlflcat In mv "i.fftuo and chip range 4t east; clone to AND GALVANIZED IRON.
....t"i hays. been downhin the pillage Cocoa Tuesday Uu made application: fi.>rti deed l t> biiiiin In maouriUuna O. K. Wood's pineapple plantation on BOAT PUMPS AND TANKS A SPECIALTY, ,
--------- with law. H lil certlrtumtj nihriMws
ton old friends the(,,110"'.nil denrrlbiMl firoiwrty e.toetelllnH_ 9t Lucle River; 40 acres. Dealers In DICYCLEH/ AND: BICYCLE!!: SUNDRIES. .
jjllOO Reward 1j4100. ra r Wfik, In 'the ,'ove"o'n. Hegtit. :nj.. K of .8W some of Lot III, run E Also the northeast quarter of northeast -Q-g :noral Ito air "'V"orlE.- '
w" lo mowing plowing and The readers of this paper will be pleased ft, W 40 ft, ( twine nf Ix.w of section 18 88
anserine:, will be almost spray to learn that there la at leaat one r.td fo'It: F, Tltu ::1r Hm.3, Tp.part Ki, a. K. WTbe quarter township .. ,_ _ _. __ u. ._ __ u_____. H___
ClOp south of 41 eat sontbfork of
EMt. range ; on
.
it:, In this section and the dreaded dlseasv that science bas bee8able I
Mid lend Imlng'
MimiiMd at the date nf the
In,; < op will\ be light to cure In fall I Its staces, and that Is Imuauoa of niich rcnllK'KUi. In the name of St. Lucle River; 40 acres Apply to
tai Catarrh Hall's Catarrh Cure Is the only smith, Lr. n & fields.. I nlrni.* sold. r.rtlttr t.. .Crux II. W ALTO_, :?; : Fevin.: tiJl.g: 1?
<
mlmimed ,
run Mathews who was known to the medical hull Ix wrnrdlnic n Uw tax deed
'1110> w i-elflrs" at Ft. Wayne, Ind.. >ositlvecure Catarrh now being constitutional will IMIM tUareon OD tbe'I:<,I day of Jam, A.D. Tltusvllle Fla1NN1111Ne1N11Ne11e114
'raterlty.
II.'' 'iy Injured; WM well known In disease requires a OMuttltullonal treat KWltnM* ntj offlrltl aljloature and>Mal this the --- --- PAPERHANOING, KALKOM1NINO, VAKNI8HINO! STAINING, FINISHING
raving visited his 2211 day l of May A, D.. 1'urn. .
parents Cure U taken Internally
Catarrh e .
'11. moot lUil's 4', SIGN PAINTING OF ALL ETC.
"ar here for several winters.ist ('t. <)t. real A A. STEWART KINDS
.Or acting directly upon the blood Clerk; Circuit; Court Mi_erd ooiintv, lorMs.
sympathy of their many' and mucous surfaces of the system, 4<> S II,O A. TKWAiiT, Iy .C. Old Furniture made to look like new Mirrors Made and Re-Slivered. '
110 uia section. Is extended to the' the foundation of the _.
thereby desirylng! TO SUBSRIBERS -Re"lOoabl. I t i
parents' who have been parted disease, and giving the patient\ strength OLD NEWSPAPERS for Sale I

,, tie punt chlldrwtr three, a yrarn.daughter- and siding b, building nature up In the doing constitution Its work and The as- Cheap, at thJs offlcs. I -"V 7_ W_ :eJLDeEC: :: : '

faith In ivs An order of the Postofflce Depart I
-+-- proprietors have so much Shop In Scrlmgr.our Building,

It "Hclied: the Spot. curative powert that they offer One Hundrcd CIllLIN'GElt.Automobile. r men t, Washington, 1>. C., TITUSVILLE, ; -. FLORIDA i ,
thai It falls to !
Dollars for any case f. ,
aE.: "npluey Send for list of tentlmonUls. s fectlve Jan. 1, 1908, provides, I
who owns a large cure. I '
r" at Omega Ohio and Uhe Address F.J. CIIENKY Co., Toledo, i shall er'l .
f : no delinquent subscriber arose End y-: .
ArUm County Tale* Ohio. Hodgson West Pharmacy :
all a* tI'e HomeTele- Sold fty all Druggists, 7Sc. carried longer than tbre. >

1, rik. Count, 0., says of Take Ball's Family Fills for Constipation giving/ as a reason that the ; ; eiUGALLJK:, INDIAN RIVER, FLA EAU OALLIE. FLA. :

: .4* leant Dlncuve'ry Alnlr: 'It saved. ItVh meat Is furnishing a low rate M ', Marine Railway, S. C. Hodgson. M, D., R P., I j, ;

pot very Grove Proprietor. .
the the seat ''' I'e a Bargain postage. on newspapers and doss I' ,' General Merchants and Ship: Chandlers.
p J. when everything else fall HIGH WHEELS Corner of Young and Houston Streets
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Kin tt:',, Haw Discovery not 5 acres hammock lend,4 acres of bear. z so for tbe beDefl of sbonarldssub-i .oIPf'Olal! Facilities.

the cough snot;, It be-Us log orange grove, about 1 mile from Station SOLID TIRES, scriber who pays for bis paper 'or Haullog Out, Storing and Repairing Complete Stock of Drugs and 1>'1111(1.> ,', l'
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and the weak spots In Crops-1905.*#).; 1J6.tJW.( ; 1007, Sundries, Cigars Stationery er.. ;
X.1: STANDARD TREAD. Please take notice of tb. name Toilet A
und chest. Sold under bargain. ; Y cii) and Launches fumery, Articles
Ia, 81' Tltjsville Pharmacy 50o $500. Will be sold at a who- ;k sod-date'sUp' pasted I Souvenir Cards, (
: f '' b<.ttle. Trial bottles free. This Is a rare chance. for anyone 8375.00 and Up. f } upon your Mention tbs ADVOCATS wba writing. Candles Eto. I

wantte an orange:::l f paper or wrapper every week.
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Address, Carefully
:'is ADVOCATE your Job Printing 1'Uunl1le, Fla.r I P. UIDEBWOOD, Fort Pierce, Flit .t1N144NN/NiNNNNNN. JOB PRINTING dons at this office Prescriptions Compoanded.e

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EAST OOAST ADVOCATE TITUSVILLE. FLA. MAY 22. 1908.
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RED RASPBERRIES.Young RINGING PLANTS.The ond. 1b early ringing also hindered I
MELON APHIS. the opening of the bivls of all but one i FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWALOCAL

I Plants From Newly PropagatingBeds Effect a Detriment to Tomatoesand variety, \but the second ringing has

: "Begin Treatment at First Appearance FOP Betting Out.I Chrysanthemums.Itegardlng tened the maturity -of the flowers of CARD No. 75. IN EFFECT
the Pest of the five varieties, though only APRIL
of always tine young plants from new ; tents which have been' four K I'
the severe IOHMCK occasioned by thu |11 propagating beds, as In Betting made at the experiment station at C). to a slight extent No. 99 No. 29Dally MAIN LINE No. & No,9
vrelon aphla In It* Beanonn tit 8reateht't..tmcUv..nesll strawberries, because: older bushe nova N. Y.. In ringing such herbaceous As noted under the test with tomatoes Dally Dally DAllt

could be largely mltl! from fruiting bed are not desirable, lu I plants as tomatoes and chrysanthemums the roots were much retarded, by yl eapm m: !40 sin"lOM.m Lv::==.!lt ac, .munv111e lIn.,,.::Mir:::=...LT.LV elope 716pu:::, }u';
(Gated and In many cases almost entropy many cases being exhausted to such, results with' the I latter are givenas ringing and few or no suckers formedon I52pm Ii 41 am Lv. ....,, ..,.EaetP.lntka..._ sod I'm "'
prevented It the employment of on extent' as to render them un pro fit- the roots of the plants first ringed. a it pm 131pm: K ... .: .,.M OrmoDd.?.,,. .Lr 821 pm \ :
: 7
follows "- 026 pm IMpm120pm ::...... ...Dtytona.. ... = s N Pm If aofoiOpm
methods for Its control were begun upon able, writes a New Jersey grower hi Conclusions Arrived At. Lv.f New Smyrna.. auii
In the season of 1000! chrysanthemum t
: LV.: ==..Tltuev 11.., == : Ira:: ,
the Insect's first appearance, accord- American AgrlculturUt. This Is where cuttings, or five different varieties From' these tests It appears very 1200 la pm D' Unpin 4lipm L',.._.._.Cn o.....__...Lv 13 a2 I'm 31,sm
lag to a circular! of the bureau of en a great many make a mistake In setting doubtful whether ringing can ever 1Ie 4 15 pin Lv .. .Ly 12 2H ,m
were secured, anti 100 good uniform .Rockle.lye.: pe
jtoznology. For Its urccsuful treatment out old plants Instead of getting beneficial to herbaceous plants, 'sine gg: ::: 4 50 pro: Lv.:::=:.:::: ; .,, ==i.v 11 M ..mU44 ,a;tm
plants of each variety were selected N. .Nelbourn..L,
it li DPceKHary to keep constantly strong, thrifty young plants. Then for a test of the effect of ringIng the visible\ Ions lu vigor la great and 1249 an. am am 600pmTOOpm: : : Ly::::::::::.FIi'Ierne.::::.::.:..::::L vestPatnneseh 4w am tra : ::
la mind several fact In ordinary,,- i 500sm 001 pro Ar. .,.., .Lv 78 m Fm
are system of planting but 1 I gains. : ;
many on flower production. there are no compensating ewam: : I040pm Lv.FILsnC.rdaie.:: ::::Ly 6 M am Pt7aaam
eons the iip<>cU'ii !la controlled by th"l will only suggest n few, and each may Each plant was trained to a single The tests also raise the question 11'5 pm7IW Ar.._"' ...Ntaml..e ..Lv II" am I aid
,.. .... ... I
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Miami I ,
i Lv '
select the one best fitted for bis use I stein and only the terminal bud\ was whether the deteriorating effect ot lout: ::: .10 H am am ::::::......Hotn Ht a t& I p4e t Two Method. I allowed to develop. The ringing of ringing ou woody plants has received ..............e....... Ar.........Knlaht'.KeyDnck.Lv.........,. pm I "'tom

r I First method I la to plant the raspberries )- ; one-third of the plants of each varietywas sufficient attention These plants must .Dally eicept Sunday. 19aaaT! and Thartd yi oal). }TuedsyaandeaUMrp, ;;;
l five feet lllart each way, BO as done when the buds bod just appeared suffer in the lame way as do herbaceous PALATKAIIRANCH --
1 !lu cultivate with a borne both ways, and of the .second group twenty species from the decreased vigor -
I Allow five shoots' : 'to each hill I On alnrte days later, while the remaining. plants of parts below, the rings though per. l..ave E.a EAST PALATKA Arrive Leave PALATKA TO Am,
3 scale I ret plants In rows five to served as checks. baps not to tho same extent The more Pdaka TO PALATKA P4letka<< Palatka. EAST PALATKA J Pq I IIIM.m ,

I nix Tout apart north to south, and apparent galuit In early and larger ano sm ,.. ,No.n Daly,...,,,,. sea sn _'''M.No.47 D.IIy
J'
% eYM / Injury to the Foliage.The cur, ant 4A Itally...... 546 an 8 UO liD ....._..No. 4\1'1'11)\ 1Ipa!
1 I from three to tour feet In the row, ]I Injury t(> tLe foliage of the ringed fruit have received the greater notice, 920 am .. ..,,,No. 6O Dstly.,.,.,..,, 946 snn 1116 1m _._No. III Dally 1\\111110 \>
r 1 plant potatoes every other row north thanIn -but It U possible that careful study ii to ste .. ,. .,Na 62 Dslly..,.... 1210 pm JIm _M.No. 118 D.tly. I D
plants was. more pronounced
Ott pm ,. ., Na t 425 em 480 pm _.....Noe M D.Ily.
+ a and south the first year, and after that the case of the tomatoes In name would show deterioration great enough aoapm ... ,Nato Datly., ,..... a26 pm tub pm No, 57 belly, I II
; tho wbole'spaco Is given to the bushes. case amounting to a practical loss of to overbalance these gains. tA6 m .,,......,.No. 6D ail t66 m 500 m .,.....,,...Ho. no Its)),. ". 1 a

The second method for a small garden all the leaves. Klmllar.enlargement of BAN_ MATEO DRANCH

,. the plants can be set In narrow the atoms above the rings appeared Feed Crepe Leave EAST PALATKA Arrive Leave SAN MATEO TO Art
rows, one foot apart In the row, where marked almormolprotnberancf'lI. With tie highly improved southern SAN MATEO pjenm lq
amt on one\ variety i ka TO PALATKA 'ipGa :
t I IIt' ? .
the work I Is to lie done by band. 1 farms
I With the the question of .cheap teed Is
chrysanthemums so am .No,40Dslty, ,., ato sin 0m am ___...No. 110 Dally. 'Ii
: would recommend the rows be four though not with \the tomatoes settled' for there Is probably no sec Ito m ,,,..,... ,.Nn, 6A lnll .......,... 5A6 m act m .....No. M Dallr I"No.18 ",
I feet apart, the fartbeejihe better Four the ringed plants were somewhat boll of America that can produce' N..2t Nola o.17 MAYPORT '. No i'it

I II or five of the thrlftlofit canes are d WR rted. cheaper feed Especially Is the !great P.117 Ddiy Daily IIRANCH Dally Dan, D.
enough to allow to grog and mature Tbe flowers were. decreased In size variety of legumes that thrive In tbo .
each Tho fruit I It Il00pm tMpm 046am Lv. 1arkaonv111e.Ar 700am
the 1110pmiboe40pm
year. crown on south
worthy of notice and these
by the ringing, one-half an Inch In f4opm1f02/am Lr.P.D1oNeach..t.I 620 am ItOam ,
two-yenr-old wood. Cultivation In very diameter by' tbo.flrst ringing and more crops with cottonseed meal, settle the laripm a42 pm 102tam LY.AIInnlclteach Lv 016 am itrl ann I'
Important in BI'lIrlrllllwst results. 710 ,m 2da1 m 1n 4nsmA?.. Nsv rt.. ..in eOO.m pt p
than oji 4k'NM71 Cultivation Required. No. 3 ( l No.4 I N..
utoly "JJo.ni'
= ItHllyex.Hun ally Orani City Branch Dallyex. : Sinlord Brinch l>,
: \ Though many) people plant raspberries ---- --- -- -- --- ---- .x:. sou. ex.!Pun Bun ft..!Bun." ""I r
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i i. T Klvlrfg no cultivation or care aft 140 pm 800.m Lv.NewSmyrnaAr.. 115pm 100 pm 800.1D LvTHinvllleAr.. :
U I W erword, expecting them to bear well 1 8 2t pm 10>0am I.T.Lake Helen LT.LT. 1211 pm 4 81 pm 800 aID Ar eanfum LT. tK
10 Mam .Orange City I/T. mo 4 10 .
n THB MCLON: A1'Hls.ICantaloup.leavea.howing Just the some, you can always tell the + ant Ijn rm pm 11 (Kin in Ormmn City Ja 1215 pm pm 400 pm pm :::::::::::: ::::::::::::::::....:::..:I:-

curling cauiim] suecesMful grower by looking at his ('..nn"'I'; rondo "t KnIThts Kay I.rk fnr K.-r Went and It.van., .

by melon aphis. Aphides on lower aur patch iluilng, the picking season. Ills t-lhme TIMR TABLES: ihow the tlmea lit which. tralna ma y be eJrl.4'..
Itf (ace.) rows will be found straight, well cultivated. rise and depart from the several alMtlonm, but llielr, arrival or departure at thi., '
; tree from weeds, with plant atated II net ffuaranteed. nor d..... the Company; hold Itself reaponalbl ter a.,d rr
combined operation of natural element or asy rnn.rgnenee ....'n. th..rr..m.
not too thick In the row, not like the .
and laced enemies I but at times For Copjr of the Lnral Tim( ard or Other InformationJ.D.
I. when the I weather It unfavorable tothe patch of A carelcws neighbor, which Is : .] :1'.1:1.: : T1CIQT :]) ..
development of bee enemies the At thin tint a thick muss of canes and RAHNER, AsslVt t .Oeneral i Pass. Art., ST. AljaUSTINE, FLORI

grower should be ou the alert. The weeds. --
,1 I (presence of the aphides lit often not de
'looted until tliey are numerous and A NEW STR;AWBERRY.Vert .
oven lieu they are not apt 'to bo noticed r

r unless the lower surface of the Promising I Variety That Makes a Atlantic Coast Line B ]
leaven be examined. Beautiful Fruiting Row.

f' .' All thing coiiHldt-red the moat natin- The following description of the tJs10A
I .r factory way of controlling this Insect King Udward strawberry Introduced
11 1* by fumigation. An an aid however In 1005 and hers shown Is given by

f 'cultural methods are Decennary.* In the Ohio experiment station!' GOES EVERY WHERE. P
jibe couth spraying with kerosene and Large bluntly conical, very slightly
.>,;, totber emulsions lit I preferred to the necked regular, uniform; color bright,
r bisulphide of carbon method and tobacco fresh crimson when''fully matured,
I Ie
f, la now much need especially In glossy and attractive. Flesh light In
North South East and Wes!
r I, Texas. The encouragement of natural tutor, firm fine grained mild, sweet
'I 1; enemies gives promlne of success. and good Id flavor. Flowers perfect. ,

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: Treatment of Old Lawns Through: Pullman service all trains
I, A Connecticut man snys that be has .
Four Each Week tf
Sailings .
I alnwn twenty years old on which be { I CONSULT THE "PUIirLE FOLDER.1

1ms sown, new need every year applied s I I
bone etc., but which apparently needs BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK. .I.
I other treatment to give It a new lease {
of, life and usefulness. Perhaps this Calling at Charleston, S. C., bothways) For further. information, schedules, rate, reservations nee tour' net

tarns Inwu or is overrun other weeds with hard dandelion to eradicate, plan- The Finest Steamships in the Coastwise Service Ticket Agent, or call on or write to .

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and the growth of grasses Is weak and
.. FRANK C. BOYLSTOX, or A..W. FIU1OT.
tt. thin. The beat thing to do with It In
New and Southern Lines.
Clyde England Dlatilct Pa Agl(!
Traveling Passenger Agent leDger
that case, In my estimation Is to plow
I'
\\11 or spade It up( turning the sal over Direct Service Between ATLANTIC COAST LINE, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDAMa1li'y
- t: pretty well, then applying a coat of Jacksonville Boston Providence and all Eastern Points,
top dressing and stirring that Into the First blossoms May 7, full bloom May (Calling at Charleston, 8. C., both ways)
1\ nirface. If it then could be left In this 21. First ripe fruit June 0; period of CEMI-WEEKLY 8AIUNH81luutbbonntf.

k. condition for a season giving It tree heaviest fruiting; June 13 to 23; largest .., ........,. ,.... ..... ...... .......from Lewis Wharf, Hoatonorthbound Lines
II!fi. surface cultivation right along; no as single picking Juno IS-three and one. ....... ........ .......... .. from. foot of Catherine Street, JackaonTlll

to Induce most weed seeds near the half quarts; last picking June 2to: ; -

t surface to germinate and then to kill tat yield for the season eleven and oqe- Clyde St. Johns River Line
( them at the next cultivation the land bait Quarts, riant large, vigorous,
v would be In Rood shape next fall Oft light: green hi color, making a beautiful BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE .AND 8ANFORD.Steoinen SPECIAL PASSENGER-EXPRESS STEAMSHIPS

prlng tor reseedlng using seed very fruiting row. A very promising stopping .t"atlla, Astor, Bereef..rd (island). and Intermediate landlngl Oft the
1 thickly and a nice new, cleau lawn variety originating In Holmes county em,Johns lilYer. Largest and room thoroughly equipped paaseuger steamships on the cout

i t, will be the result 0., where It la reported as having done "CITY of JACKSONVILLE" -NO OVKRCRO y>INQ- II
.
I ,, If the soil IK I overgrown with mosses exceedingly well again this season' la appointed to tail aa followi I Leave Jacksonville,Sundays, TuMiU/ and Thurtdaya, at 3:JO p. STATEROOMS ARE POSITIVELY GUARANTEED
: tir weeds, giving evidence of acidity, or m. Returning,leave 8an'0'll.Ionol.'I., Wedneauaya and Fridays,10.00 a. m. IMPORTANT
ships, as no tickets will be sold to exceed the number of lx
dimply. nod bound It may bo scarifiedby Supports For Raspberry Bushes.Stakes Froth Heron Nurth'Nouud
sharp"cutting barrows, going over and, twine are generally used ltd..! 8CHKOULIC Newt up. or the seating capacity of DI Dg.llal1., thus Insuring allpawengers lodlv
the It Lea.. II 80 p. nt. ...'' .-.-. ..-..-..-........... :"" '".., AIII.\/ \...... ....Inns 600 a.m. service and attention. ( '
patch quite often so as to rip( up for supportlng ratipbeny bushes but .. .t'aalka. .. lave I
thoroughly Then apply a dressing of when the wind blows tUe canes sway Leave Leave 900 5 00 t: :' .:::::: ::: : :: : .::: : :: :::.:::::: :-::..:::::.:..;: Leave : : p p.: :::
Ivo .... .... ........ ......Astor.( ). .... ,10.... .... 1.eave. .00 P. m. ;PASSENGERS LEAVE JACKSONVILLE! EVERY FRIDAY.
lime or wood ashes and perhaps a coat bock and forth and to wenr away and II... lOO'.ID........ .. ... ................eanenrd... .,.... ..... ......... leave 10 m ". In.De. IIR
of old manure or leaf mold or good old, break the twine.> Another aud a more '.080.. m..Ynterprise.' ............. ... .........Leave in to a. m. (:See Scbedule of Ships In Florida 1lmes.Union)

garden Boll, sow grass seed liberallyand complicated method Is I Ito net posts PaSSenger and Freight Office, 122 W. Bay St.. Jacksonville.
Dually barrow with a smoothing or along the rows at fixed distances and LOWEST HA TES TO NEW YORK AND ALL POINT8l\OR'l'O.

similar harrow or roll with a good roll stakes. between with a wire running H. HRAYMO\D. VI.et'reeidentssd G.n .1 Manager New. York Including dellghtlul DAYLIGHT SAIL, through the
0. P.LOVILL!: I'la. Freight' Agent, r. M. IRm..iuNGE A. 0. P.A.'larku.nv111e
er. It will most likely become a good the length of the rows or two wires I Fla. IackwaviileFia.w. FAMOUS "SEA ISLANDS.
' lawn again. Kentucky blue grass leone one on each side. To the latter method M. TU."R. AG1eNT, JACK8UNVILLE. FLA.
of the best lawn grasses even when there are more objections than to. the GENERAL OFFICES: ; Pier ::18, North River New York. Through ticket sold to all northern points. For full Information regardin

mod by Itself. We usually .!add/some/ former. It 1 U> more expensive ana less _. -- -- -- \ tractions offered by no other. line; diagrams reaerratlns, tickets, etc. applj'A. k''

't white clover to It or, for wet spots, red crTlcleut.' In heavy soils posts and W. rYE, F. M. IRONMONGER. JR.,
top. These dimple grasses are Jnut as stakes are liable to get loose by heav General PaaHCDger Agent Asst. Gen. I'au. Al[ r

Rood ns the moat expensive lawn mix. tog! lu winter, the wires to Income 122: WEST DAY STREET, JACKSONVILLE, Kt
ture.-T. Orelner! lu Farm and Fire- lack and the whole fixture entirely

side out of order, A simple, cheap and effective Every' Month '
way to train the bushes Is to
A Hardy Fernery. encircle each, clump with good strong
J11LI3Ai WAIR
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t In every garden there are certain to twine-heuip or Jiite-running; It just I writes Mrs. E. Fournier of Lake Charles, La., "I I II : 1
110 found In which all attempt
some corners above limb or two to keep It In place
a
to make flowering plants thrive Each can Is strongest against; the I used to suffer from headache, backache, sidoacbe, LINE RAILWAY.

t j Hntlxfuctorlly prove abortive, and the wind from a certain direction and ( pressing-down pains, and could hardly ,walk. At .....

places consequently become neglected weakest In the opposite direction. Tying last I took Cardui and now I feel good all the .time. SAVANNAH'COLUMBIA, CAMDEN. SOUTHERN PINE RALEHH, Bl'
,
14 and a disgrace to the otherwise trim the canes together makes each onea \ MONO, WASHINGTON, BALTIMORE. PniLADELPUIA, NEW YORK
I and well Iwpt parts. We often hear support for some other one. ii
,1 the remark: "What can we da to beautify
I, that corner, which quite mars the Geranium-rr Slips r Three Elegant Trains.Daily 1A

f, appearance of tho butler near which It Is not at all necessary to keep a Seaboard Express. Seaboard Mail
.
CAROU I
: It tamest Nothing seems to thrive In geranium longer than one .wishes for TAKE
It, and the vail behind It Is naked and Seaboard : A
1 tow 'plauts grow more readily from Florida Limited.
," The Is is
ugly That the
reply : pot slips When the long strut Is cut off,
for a'hardy fernery. It M! under\ the ,
,, If another plant of the shade la desired
boundary wall. It faces north, la shadedby take the end bud with about an Inch 1 JJS MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT...

trees, and the earth In It seems of stem cut most of the leaves off to It Will Help YoaCardu
t quite parched up. Now, a spot ,,'IthII reduce evaporating/ surface and bury TilE SEAJJOARD FLORIDA LIMITED.

i all these apparently terrible condition the lower half In the pot foil pressing' Solid Pullman *" >utod train to dew 1
-Aunnatlna and Jacksonville
II L Is the beau Ideal of n Bite for ferns the soil hard about It, suggest a writer is n medicine that has been found to act via Richmond and Washington. Dining Car (a la carte M>nlce), Double Dn",

j 1' Care 0--;:; :: Plants.Netfloct In Country Gentleman If the soil Is I upon tho cause or most women's 'pains, strengthening room m., and Sleeping Jacksonville Cars Stateroom WS5 sod observation Car Leave St. Augustine 11- C
not allowed to become very dry every p. m.tally, Including Sunda/..
;,II will\\ bring on insects Aid Blip will grow and at once l I' the tho we kel1ed womanly organs, that'suffer be-

: .' I plant health by proper watering weather is warm. Resides, the new Causo their work is too hard for them. For full Information and ; Agent
""a cleansing thu foliage removing dead plant will blossom almost at the start but sleeper reservations call on any
i It is not 1)111"killer a true female .
a
4. loaves aud faded flowers and repotting; Seaboard or writeS.
I us nettled If a few Insects I I < nposed of purely: vegetable ingredients C. FLORI h
appear Monthly Rote Bushes. remedy, ci BOTL3TON JR., Art Gen\ P.... Agt; JACKSONVILLE,
E notwithstanding( this treatment' pickthem Cut back the monthly rope bushes as I perfectly ] rmlcss and recommended for all sick wo- -- -

off by hand, Watering cannot be soon as the first blossom wither. This | men old or Try Cardui. "Women's Relief. | -
neglected without serious young. '
consequences.In will insure a second growth at once, C
summer the best time to water Is SEND YOUR ADYOCA
);', Coward nlgbt Coolness and moisture writes blooms It. n. la always American come AgriculturistThe on. the new AT ALL D&UGr STORES ORDERS TO THE r

t will then surround the plants until
,'J Inorulu growth. I I FOR ALL KINDS OF .JOB PRINTING

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EAST COAST ADVOCATE TITUSVILLK FICA MAY Si: 1908. Z }
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JACKSONVILLE.

'' they, he"stands ready' td prosecute an .:

A' USE PRINTER'S INK aggressive' campaign' against the mall I ':I'EE1 ..A.LTON' I

is g New, Travelers Hotel, JACKSONVILLE, FI.A. ,. order Idea.action What among Is necessary the merchantsand Is concerted

,1\I\ -On the Amerloan and European Plan- a liberal use of the local columns. ItSELFLOCKING'

.9' Cnder new management.: Newly furnished and renovated.' A ple.1aant Mail Order Houses Flood the to ('onlnethe: people that they can

,ftp family home. Rates: American Plan, $::!.W and *2,1 50; European /blots ave money by trading at home
'1 and up All cure fona Union Station atop at the door. Country With Advertising.

" ift V?, .
110rro HANCOCK Proprietor BunMn's Pocketful of Orders. .
beautifully located Riverside Uotel, at r011 Cove Sponge' under the CATALOGUES AND JOURNALS. Professor' liuimeu thought more
.ame maDagemeDt.; e .
bb highly of his scientific discoveries than ..9.9I &
b he did of the many' orders and other

In Fighting This Serious Menace Merchants tokens of honor that were unoweml on I r rT..A.OXLE

empm 6 Everett Hotel JACKSONVILLE, Mutt Resort to Publicity and him during his long life. Ho was apt

pmpm FLORIDA. Advtrtia In the Local Press-Con" to forget to put on his crosses! and ribbon

carted Action Necessary.The when Invited to official cercuio- r t
-------- uleu, and his housekeeper tried to remind -

pm Florida's Largest European Hotel most serious problem, confront him of his duty by putting his ,

lag the retail merchants of the coun, various orders In tho pocket of Ms

fietrtl-,,' try today and the one that U gtvlns dress suit trousers. On one occasionhe .a.rT C Ck. '

Private| t Baths." Sample Kooms. Long/ Distance Phones In Every Room them the moat concern I I. hat of the was Invited with the other Heidelberg .. ri..

.-The Best of Sen Ice_ 10 called mall order I.stem-the retailcatalogue professors! to dine with a batten I'

" honse trade. prince He entered the room late, ,
OEO. If. MASON, Manager after the guests had \assembled" and /
s Thin Is combinationstrusts
an era o{ -
one of his colleagues turned to him
both Industrial and
11I e DAYTONA III:.\CII. commercial. financial! and laid: J"ExcuBe' Is anew and great Invention, MI It NM time, money and Inbor. It will work
Hut the most DI'uat'lnjltrust
I s.. I me, Herr Gehelmratu. but
horizontally, upside down or at angle. It I III Impossible for the' to slip
In the world today, says Maxveil's what have you done with your or. any rope

i Seaside Inn DATTOXA BRACK, FLORIDA Talisman! 's| the commercial dcr.d" when locked, and no lever or trigger rope attHchmont U I used In this device
combination that tends to destroy the
Hunsen was taken aback. lie thought There Is hoist lower And Wk loud q
only one the and It la Impossible for the rope to
retail business of the .
toG country.Not for n moment and then plunging his
and Sirf
Fishing Itaton
Good Uatlilnff. : 12.M per day and up. satisfied! with the mercantile field, for n moment:!; and then, plunging Mn jam: or clufe, and th'rfll. nothing to get out.of order.la this original tackle block. i

Iplu Ales furnlfbed cottages for rent for housekeeping. those commercial trusts are also seek ed out a fist full of stars and crosses Ma/bo seen at the AOVOOATIC ofllisp, Tltiinvlllej; and aro for ante by the At,

HOlt CE F. STEWART lag to become the financial depositaries As noon us they recovered from their litntlo Oo. East ,I,
Supply ol iHllloKU.
Owner ny street, < '> '
blb for the rural districts by opening bank astonishment every one begun to

__ .__ _u_ .. __ departments end, us nu Inducement to laugh but nunxcn said good naturedly -

SIAI11ELIii the farmer offering 0 per cent on de "Oh I have a lot more," and pulled s st

sr posits. another handful out of the right hand
The retail catalogue houses are manAged of bin .
pocket trousers.
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sro. I",,
by farst-elnjt and brood gauge ,

business men Mho fully realize the value .
Breakers.feEAHREEZE, FLORIDA. Chronic Constipation Cured. aie
lie ii of advertising.( They have beau '
r'a ra a. spending; million of dollars a year In One who suffers from'olironlo oonst|. f
e potion Is In danger of many serious ailments .
In fiyIx
i systematic advertising campaigns. Fo'ey's! Orlno Laxative cure d
addition to their elaborate catalogue chronic oouallpatlon as It aids digestion'

Rates *1.00 per day and up, Seclal| by Week or Season. they sustain with their patronage hundreds and stimulates' the liver and bowel, te- I

It. of mall order Journals These storing the natural action of theMLorHIPS. .

ell journals have a combined circulation Commence taking It Codny and

1 I. M. MAUBETTE, Manager of 32Ki0.ooo( ) a month. They are sowed yon will feel better at mice, Point's

broadcast t through the country, Nor Orion Lnxatlre done not nauseate, or
... gripe and Is pleaoant tn take Refuse
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.. do the catalogue houses stop here.
substitutes. TUuavllle Mm. ( c
Iql maty.Custcr'and THIS
TITUSVILLi cry magazine agricultural( or religious SHOWS ,

paper that will accept' their advertiuemcuta THE FRONT .

carries them. .

The lines of this great conflict t'otneen In General :i.orils Ranseur Sclmff's m ivinliilsceiieos. OF-- THE .

fie Sterling TltUSVII.LR norm. tommerclul Interests are clearlydrawn. ) WALTON d '
,
"Tbo Spirit, of Old West THCiC ARE OUR "
On 8111&'are the retail merchants ,
one
Point," there .U nn liu-ldeut that goes I ,
and the publishers' of the local PAT BLOCK PATENT LONG'
to show thnt not even (tlio llrnt bittern
press on the other the catalogue houses /RS of tho Htruggle between the north ROLLER BLARING : c
I
and the numerous publications which and the south could put out ultoRethttr 5MEAVL6.TIJOU&ANIW M
r. hare nprung( up In a night, backed by ,
the fires of friendship.\ It wan' the ,
that run Into I
adverting appropriations fate of Stephen 11. Kaumeur of North J
The enemies of the local
t the million
Carolina to fall lu time Confederate j s
v I II IY ,,
and the retail merchants are
publishers \
8I'r\1tp. Ills liiKt hours hud a clone
allied as perfectly as In any; other modern
connection with West I'Olllt'hl'I'{' he ; ., '
I'
trust. bad hewn' enrolled as a cadet When I
of the larger catalogue: houses "
Many In the darkness: after the battle of Cedar
now do their own manufacturing. In I r .. I
Creek tho Union cavalry charged 4
I end the manufacturers :
the jobbers
the broken and fleeing remnants of ndlrlslan .\
who nell to the catalogue houses
now
of Hurly's corps, Ouster 'who
be eliminated. When that time
,.u will wait lu the midst heard ono of Ills :
comes, and It certainly will come Unless :
troupers who Iidd n-lKi-d the horses ask
something In done] to prevent It, a
; tltT-drlvcr' whom he hat In his ambulance -
few great commercial slant monstrous -
In size. Influence and resources f @ : I
I) ) lLas "
"Io not tell him commanded a M 1
wl practically no competition will
buying
1.
weak, husky voice.'Vherl'uJoli "
t combine to dictate the price the mass CIIIU'r.'bo recognizedthe ,

of the people roust pay for every nr
voice as ono he had sH; often beard
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sell. .
tide they; j
at't'"t Point exclaimed
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Conveniently( located close to F. E C. Ry. depot, This Inevitable conclusion Is not a *
; "Is that you. Rumseiirt" HEI.LINO'JN \t'
RIl ID tbe famous INDIAN RIVER CHANGE SECTION. pleasant tots' to contemplate, and It behooves Owter had him taken to Sheridan's" OF THEM TUB NEW KNOI.AND STATES ,

This house Is practically; new, having born entirely; rebuilt, those who are already feeling. headquarters where his old friend, _-For all kinds of buslnvMoa where a Tackle look Is used-
many more rooms, added, piazzas erected, and all modern conveniences the heavy hand of this unnatural coinjlnattou' -
Merritt, Custer and the gallant Pannlngtun -
Installed, and hal been a for control of-trade to bestir
I gathered around him and
-COMPLETELY RE-FURNISHED themselves In tbelr own defense and .
showed<< him every tenderness to the
Accommodations for twenty. Rates: (2.60 a day; and up. adopt measures for self protection.The last. II* died about 10 o'clock tho nextday _- __h a + 'fj
Special weekly and monthly rates. retail merchant and the local e
P. Q. WALTON Propr. press are entirely unorganised and are ..

In uo concerted way making common Fail- Plowing.

cause! against a common danger. "At- Thorough plowing of the land dur- \\

SAN.l'O ltD. tempts have been matt by the merchants .vuK) the fall and winter Is not only time IhjltPtl ii ++

In some localities to stem the I menu of destroying many; bollworm .

+t. tide by refusing to buy from jobbers pupae but Is of Importance from an

who sell lolatalogue/ houses This U. agricultural standpoint In exposing the

lie Sanford House SANFORD, good oo fur as It goes, but If the cataogue soil 'Ito the action of ruin amp front

Ite FLORIDA.Under Louses cannot get the goods from thus helving to !break up Its fonstltUi
It'j cue source they will get them from another ants. mind render them more readily\ dissolved I

anti If necessary will !buy; the and consequently available for I, i I '' II II III

manufacturing Jlt to secure' the out.// plant food. Fall plowing Is also a I I Ir \ .,jet
the management of put.> Ito: long/ as hay can by a la requisite for early planting.

we of pi'Inter's Ink create the demand /
HARRY I'. DRIVER, -
Just so lung will they manage to (get I I

l late asslttant manager'of San Juan Hotel, Orlando, Florida. the goods to supply that demand. I The Story ova Jledldno.

Fight tile devil with fire. Any plans Its namo-"Goldon M llcal Dlsroverv *

for the protection of the retail merchants I was suggested, by ono of Its most Iml"rt-
and the ,jobbers and the manu.facture. am and valuable ingredients Gulden

... who sell to the trade must BOo /Heal: rootNearly '

DUCK SHOOTING, FISIIINO, the very root of the evil-must meet I forty years ago, Dr. Pierre" dls :
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n the catalogue house competition at every I covered that La could, by the USA of turn, J-
W MOTOR and FISIIINO BOATS; : at all times. point and on their own grounds, trlplo-roflnrd glycerine, aided by a curtain
malntalnnd
degree of constantly
BATES: $1.00: and np. Special weekly and onthlv.r ; the advertising field. I beat and with the aid of apparatus and A

I The catalogue houses are..conductingbe appliances designed for that purpose, extract -

Y most comprehensive systematic; from our most valuable native medicinal WaltonYinton.Patent Roller Bushed Sheaves
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and farreacblDg advertising campaign roots their curative properties .

IIENPEUSO.sVILl! Y. c. but was ever plauned, and they have much better: than by1 the UM of alcohol, .
been at !It for years, spendttg dollars so generally cm ploy od. Bo the now world-
famed Uolden Medical tllIt'ovcr"fCJr
where the retail and wholesale''tuer- the cur, of weak stomach Indigestion ordyspepsia .
uaUdo
W ,
NDERSONVI-LLE H fl 8MOUNTAINS. chants have spent; cents. They have torpid liver, orbillouanese and
u, BLDR RIDGE md the business courage to put their kindred dcrnngemrnts was first made as These long Roller Hearing Sheaves, which are looked upon as the greatest:

money Into, publicity knowing' that It ever alcohol ilnie I In Us has tv-n, without a particleOf tntl-ffiction roller bearing In the world are without cages to bold! tbe rolls In p''

" FEET ABOVK!: SEV, LEVEL. hey would get It !back multiplied a A glance t mallufl.t of Its Ingredl" place[ and tbereforn are far mom! durable and run. with far Iras friction than the tf
2,500 -
lundredfold.] They have created the enw, prlnUnT BTiT\f> bottle-wrapper J 1d-style The abeave castings lire made solid standing doubts
:
most; cage. .the strain of
demand for their goods and educated will show that I It Is \vp from the
the skeleton Iron ahe" ,,..
valuable medicinal crowing '
rcWWi\fouml
Ba
a population or 3,500. On male: line of{ Southern Rallw" Through the people to look upon the mall ordt-t In our American forenCVJ AllthpjfjnrriHilPnU I (

scr'pert from Jacksonville Flo1,. direct J.xcellent trout Sating 10 the business as a godM-nd. have refflifd t ie f UtfjjpHflorsc -
i cwt ads itreame riding and drlvlnoftl and a bolel that I. modern, eleetrlo What has Versa done In an organized ,rT>e"t rrm tliy, ImJiint lutdlrTTfy
tell, 0la elevator and a cuisine ao,1 service that pleaell This seo to offset this avalautbe of mail ororJournals tar t., Tiff:
ray
'n Nester North VaroIlDo&.IA ptbtounnedtheMIVfZERLA9D' OFA and catalogues Block
\ \ I Ire r 1al Walton Co
IE"I'I A' For ddress, Self-Locking
rates, reservations, etc Nothing. i j>iuLiiaryir' ii-.m," u..
W M. HEWI'rT'Manaer IIowl Ofeii, IIENDKK'SONVILLE, X. C. Some of the local merchants have I u t_eeeen orsetnen a ,
been complfed'by' 1)r. Jl. V.'jiercu. of
u advertised liberally In toe local press, Bnffalo, N.: Y.. and will l be mated free to e
but number have utterly 40-1 Atlantic Av"uiie, BOSTON"' MASS
\ a much larger any one asking tame by postal card, or '
N1:1V YAIIK.OtelMariboroughBroadway ailed to keep up with the procession |letter addrewMj to the Doctor as abovo.

often do Cot know what From them emlorsfments, copied from -- -- ... .. -_. -- -- -- -
i The people standard medical looks of all the different -
the local merchant has< In his store; srluiols of practice\ U will be found
'
either do they know the prices, but that thelngrwllenucomposing the'Gold .
do kuow wont the catalogue house en Medical Discovery" are mentioned
they only for the cure of.the above
THE ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING OFFICE
baa to !sell apd the price Is always be- diseases, but also for the cure of all catarrhal .- ,
fore the eye. i bronchial" and throat affections,
3Clb and 37th Streets New ,York If the retail trade Is f> bold Usround accnmpalned with catarrhs! dlw.barges,
h > s llricrlnif, orhanKonconehs
against the competition of the and al( thowi waatlnciffiTtlons
Completely transformed In department Moat oenlocated ,
Renovated and every
catalogue houses abel must meet them wliicn. If not promptly anJ
1a teally hotel on BroaJay. ELKRrKIC< LIOUW and TELEPnONEfy 011 the broad field of .advertising and properly treated are liablei terminate' Headqifarters{
e'* I In Take Dr. Pierre's Dlvoovery
room lo the boose. publicity as 'well as on the field of consumption.
In time and ix-rm-vrn In Its use
EUROPEAN PLAN. 400 Rooms. 200 bath-rooms. Rates: $1.50 and up i ia id prices.> And this tenet be done through nni.ll you glen It a fair trial and It Is not

*lr l without bath. with bath. Parlor, bedroom and bath f:3M the local press.In likely to disappoint Too much must notrC'i't
$2 and upward
upward. Parlor, two bedrooms and bath M and upward. nearly every town the local pub- be of lItlt..lIO cure will consumptionIn not perform JOB PRINTING
t tn
Usher bas stood<< manfully by the In-
I 1U advanced Inge''*'. :No medicine will. .
SWEENET-TIERNEY HOTEL COMPANY ercsts of the comraonlty! by refilling It wUl care the affection that lead up to tn

K. )I. TIERNEY, Manager. ta yen mall order advertisement rnr- conanrnptlott, if taken in Umc.

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EAST OOAST ADVOCATED TrruavnAE. FLA MAY 22, 1908.
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N1+f fMhNlfl fl1 f111M fM +N/1+fV+f1MMi1 f111t1f111M 11 M1 1 KEEP FLIES OUT OF THE A DAY ON THE BEACH.Last .

WRITE FILLUMTICATING GIFT-GIVING GOODS : HOUSE.This Sunday seamed to have been tin John R. Walker ft Co.

Is the season for the return of the day of the season for "Beach Parties"
Diamonds Clocks, and Tltusvllle was well representedaa ,,
fly It Is Banter, to keep them out by *
Cut Glass, filled with human freight
atcbes, five launches
Silver Tea Sets proper screening than to get them out -THE DEPARTMENT STOKE
Rings. Pins, left the city pier at 8 o'clock bound for
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Brooches / HIlverFlatwar I when once they get In. Home of our -
t k I Beach where a day of quiet
Toilet Articles Klondyke ,
Fobs Chains most eminent bacteriologists are laying
> CARRIED?! A FULL LINE OFNotions
Hand Painted hunt
jChina turtle
pleasure surf bathing, egg/
i Locket, great stress upon the necessity for the I
Crosses J shell and feasting was enjoyed -
gathering
log,
f Rogers' prevention of diseases caused by
1847 proper
Cbarmn IluckleH., ., +...ec._ t f Plated ware the fly. Scientists of all countries agree by all the lollow- Clothing: : Tory: Goode
Brocket took .
Bracelet and t I' upon this point-Hies not only carry disease Mr. George
II kinds of 1tai z ai Holt 430.1 Vrtar9t.no HuckU No H germs In their body but also upon lag party In his little launch: Mr. 'nnd Millinery, Shoe. Gr-nts' Furnishings, Etc., We reprerclargest I
)line Jewelry Mrs. Waiburton and little son, Mr. and House
Illus. Jt size. : their feet They are readily Attractedby and beat Tallor-Mada Ctothlng In Aroerii .e.
Mrs. Harry WI'lIon, the Misses, Maggie .
filth, which they devour greedily, no "
r / a; Wi ,d 4 common decency would suggest the ad Collins, Zandle Kate and Frankie Stew- Furniture' : :

1e vlsablllty of keeping them out of the art, and Messrs Clifford Rogoro Tom ,
; JKWKLPItH SILVKHSMITHH. De Coursey Geo. Brockett and Roy Os-
houses and oft our food. louse and Office Furniture of all Kinds and Descriptions.Iardware .
41 Went Bay SUSatisfactory JACKSONVILLE, FLA. i ,
i The Merchants' Association of New
I* Guaranteed We Prepay all l Forwarding Charge I York City took up the subject of files asa ban.The launch "Annie," Geo. W. Han-

i ********************** ********************* I menace to the health of the city. In. ford'Captain took the following) party t ::: : : .,

the Mr and Mrs. R. M. Bailey and little
employed during summer -
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daughter, Mr. and Mrs J.V.. Frasler, A Full Line of Heavy and Shelf Hardware, Ship Chandlery IIuntet uppll, ,
shore line and docks
I and the entire
Robbins & Graham GoIiioorpnraMd TITUSVILLE PUSHING AHEADMrs. examined. Fly cages were distributed MIssiMaggle\ Oruber, and Messi Bert.I Every tb log needed by the Fisherman.Groceries .
Si Johnson and Oeo W.
Wesley Joyner
Delsner's cement sidewalk has In all parts of tbe_ city. At unsanitary]
.) and when tlanford. : : :
( ( been lild. Let others follow ,suit on points flies awarmed, capturedand owned ,
Launch "West by
PAID UP CAPITAL M,000.00; examined were found,. In some Instances Virginia
1 r Washington avenue. to carry thousands r>f mIcrobe. Will T. Mathers, took a party of youngmen A Full und Complete Stock of Staple and Fancy Groceries
'l'hll company owost Mr. A. 8. Platt lessee of the Titos- healthier composed of Frank Hall, Frank
on single foot. In localitiesand .
ij&. 'asriD: s, vllle Ice Factory, who bought land near farther away ,from the water front, Skill, Rush Wilson and Jesse Battle ,
the Ice factory, will bave a cement.block while Captain Leon Wilson's launch took Send your order and have all\ your needs filled at once. A trial will
a the Indian River Country; On the St. Fewer flies were noticed, and when examined a
residence erected thereon. were found to be practically the following jolly party: Mr. and Mrs. vlnce you of the great saving both In money and trouble, made by rderlpg, ,
and
at New River on Bay
Lnola merl; All the outside work on the Battle harmless, If not clean. I Tree. Watson, Mrs. W. II. McFarland, your merchandise from TilE DEPARTMENT STORE.

(, Blsoayne. Prices to suit the time. residence facing the school-house, Is The flies began to appear about the Miss Helen Wilson, and Mesars. Ralph

Send for Land LI.t. nearly completed and the pAinter. have middle ot June. The greatest number hub, Rush Wilson and Laurie Halle. NN11N1NN11/111NNN.NNNNNNN111N1N1

Offices at Tltusvllle and Miami, Fla. given It a first coat of paint. appeared from July lit to October 1st. Messrs. Frank and Tom Battle with H. (t. UTLBVGeneral Manager. UB,,to. R. BLAB xwooo,Registe Druggist
their children In the "Little i
Mr. Chas. II. Walton has a force of The last week of July and the first In went up

carpenters at work this week, altering' August the largest number prevailed.The Cruiser" and spent part of the,day on
East Coast Meat Market the beach. I i
and putting his cottage ID South 'I'itus. number of deaths from typhoid fever TMSYILLE.
Everyone had a good time, and re- PHARMACY
vlll In good condition for renting this and Intestinal disease rose above the
i, G. F. DUREN, Agent.t coming, winter. average about the same time culminated uroed with a good coat of tan and sun ,
.. burn. While the captains and engineersalt i
., .Niels at the same high point and gradually do- Successor to the Red Cross
:-= Capt. I' Nelson owner of the "had troubles of their own," and ( Pharmacy.)
t COp oreaBed with the falling oft of the flies.
urine bill had shed andboat
Ways, a large
shoals
some found the In Indian River
"harmless"
This Insect annually causes TITUSVILLE FLORIDA
53- aa.C : storage build erected on his property and but launch -
one
to make 910: deaths from typhoid fever and 7,000 Mosquito Lagoon, i
: more room for storing I
hall thirteen on board, and two of that
w launches from other Intestinal dUennos In New -\ Complete I Stock of.--
aI number were born on the 13th of the

P1t Mr. B. IT. Wright the n ..1y.elected York city. and left the at .
month they City pier
This advice Is timely t Put In screeni PURE DRUGS AND DRUGGISTS SUNDRIES
tax collector for Brevard county Is bar There 1:13: a. m., so, no wonder. However, all !
cEe promptly and protect your home. i }
I lug seven acres of land cleared near Mr, returned safely about 7 o'clock.
=: t Gear M, Bobbins' orange grove, upon II no doubt that Insects are disease conveyors CsVJPreicrlptlon* Filled with the y,
= and that some of the find
hick be will build a oozy residence and germs EDITOR'S Utmost Care and Promptltude"W
i \ =' make an orange grove heir way Into the food! and water\ sup THE APPEAL. t

TITUSVILLE. FLORIDA. plies. The only safe way Is to keep out WE WANT YOUR TRADE. GIVE US A TRIAL ORDER..
the flies.-Jacksonville MetropoUI.DECORATION My friend help the editor, If you take ;
ELECTION IN TITUSVILLE.The 1"NNN ,
any I Interest In your home paper or town.
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i f DAY. When your friends come to see you, If ,
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primary election, Tuesday, was you are not ashamed of it, tell him ;

one of the most quiet and orderly elections Tltusvllle, May 21, ld<>4. when your wife gives a tea or social
Titusvill Lumber Co.
I we have ever seen In Tltusvllla, and EdItor Haul Coatt Ad"fJcfJ/t/ : party If you have recovered from the

the cause, probably was owing to there I would )like to call your attention to effects of the gossip drop In with the

being ao little opposition. the near approach of Decoration Day, news; If you buy or aell a piece of land,

,o. Very little enthusiasm has been shown aDd would be glad to have some action or n house, don't think It tod much ARE NOW SELLING

b1> our people In this election. Most In-, taken by the people of this town lookingto trouble to send In the Item ; when a baby

9k erest seemed to have been centered In concerted celebration o! a day dear tothe arrives, fill your pockets with cigars and

nn. Y t'ren the; candidates for governor, United hearts of so many, both the Blue.and call; If you go to a party, steal some of LUMBERAT

states seuatbr, State senator and representative the Gray, which were nnltedln one corn., the good things and leave 'em with the

and.a tabulated report of the mOil Interest In the Spanish American : Item la our sanctum; If your wife licks

votes they received will be found on our you, oome In, let us see your scars aid

N 3 F 4th page war.The:; 80th of May ls dedicated to 'the I tender sympathy through the paper; if THE FOLLOWING PRICE

7 Ida >' The great event will be the National soldiers and sailors of the Union whose 'I' your TOQther-lu-law died, don't; be Framing, dressed four sides . . . . . .15 I

g r, i election on November 3rd, when all par. tents are pitched on tbeoamplng ground ashamed about It, give It all the commonplace B. Flooring, Celling and Siding . . . 20'' I
III I
6 goc gFU 141S ,, ties-without, dlitlctlon-can cast their of t tbe* llent, and whose ships are anchored I news [-jhort, whatever makes STo. 1, Common Flooring Celling, and Siding . . 13''

r SO IUu ballot. In the harbor of the great be- you feel sad, lonesome or glad, submit ito No. 2, Common Flooring, Ceiling and Siding . . 10''
9 Mr. J. P. Wilson was clerk of election 'Ond. your 21-karat wisdom, and see our Door and Window Casing and Finishing Material, dressed four sides 20''

and Mesurs.Vrn.. Futch, L. W'. flails ,.It la replete with tender recollections' matted locks part and stand on end with Sheathing, dressed one aide. . . . . .'. 10'''
You will not make a mistake by try and A. A. Bethea, Inspectors. and cherished memories of the past; It gratitude, which will pour from every F. B SHIPMENT,
Is O. CARS TITUSVILLE, FLA.- PROMPT
lag the above brand of Whiskey-It
j invokes thanksgivings for the blessings pore like moisture from the dew-besprinkled -
the grandest for the
money --
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BASEBALL. e of the present, and Is pregnant with earth.-Gainesville Bun.
p HANNE BROS.. D. n. SPELL. DR. J. C. SPELL, Reglsred Pbarmaci
lopes and Inspiration for the future.

: Jacksonville, e Florida. Yesterday afternoon a spirited game HThe sunrise gun; the flag at halfstaff: I SURPRISE PARTY.
Complete Price List for the iking. :Banner Store.
of baseball took place between the boysof the marching columns of bowed and i Drug

Tltusvllle and Cocoa, on the ball tended veterans, whose steps are timedto About forty friends of Miss Llllle ,

i ground; near the City wharf. Although the mournful measure of the muffled, I Banks Tarver of Silver Springs, Fla., TirUSVILLE, FLOK1DA.

1 It was .a warm day the ladles: were out drums; the singing of the National an- I and Miss Annie R. Battle gave them a Toilet Articles, Perfumery Stationery, Etc

fi In large numbers to witness the game, them.; the memorial address; the decoration I delightful surprise party, one night last

: ,. which terminated! as follows: Cocoa, 10; ofthe graves of our dead, and the : week, at the home of Mr and Mr..Tbol.
SODA WATERS and ICE CREAM.
rituivlllo, 0. The Cocoa boys were strewing of the water that runs to thelea Battle, near the mill. IJ

'vasi loudly cheered at the close) of the game, with flowers, .,mbol. of a hope that : The evening was most agreeably spent

I b and ID the evening they were tendered a Is eternal and of a faith that I. sublime; In various game, Instrumental and vocal .PURE FRESH DRUGS. ,
TRADEMARK dance at the Opera Louse', which was the divine Invocation and the funeral saute muslo. .

IIIRSHBERG HOLLANDER A CO'S/: well attended. A large crowd of Gocoates are object lesions In the school of The party was In the form of a pound Mall orders promptly filled. Will order anything we have not In Stock. 1',

WOOD STAINS came up with the ball club and patriotism, teaching unto the American .
Stag brand VARNISH party, and after the entertainment feature )
Quick Drying, Elastic and Lasting. heartily enjoyed the festivities citizen the duties which be owes to him- all were Invited' Into the spacious

I Coloring to represent any natural\ wood elf, his country and his God." dining room where refreshments, of many H. L. :BRAL: : Y' 'and Varnishing at same application.
STATE ELECTION RETURNS.Aa 1 he of the ice will be '
lobby at
Can not by excelled poetof kinds: were served In abundance.

; .' ONE GALLON MAKES TttO. tile service of any committee which maybe To and from the mill the couples from'Ituavllle GROCERIES GRAIN AND HAY, AND ALL FOOD PRODUCtWe I rI r

I' d, For sale byRONALD & FISKE, we go to press the returns from organized for the reception of flowers walked In the bright moonshine ,

Cocoa Fla. over the State ate so complete aa to ad that day. F. M, TATLPR 1>., M.! and flower-scented breezes, makIng handle PRODUCE of all kind. We are agents for MAPES FER1 ILIZR f.
I make the election of any candidate the forests echo with We deal exclusively In the above line of goods and solicit the trade of all conn "
-- lively convene era. Write us for prices on Grain and all Groceries, delivered at your station
but
certain from Indications
I BESTsIp ; present CHURCH NOTICES. and merry laughter E. L. BRADY A; BRO. TITUSVILLE FLA.
J TWO R PLUGSON N. B. Broward and D. U. Fletcher will I _

be In the second primary for United
THE.MARKET, States senator, and Qllchrlst and Stock KI'IMCOl'At CII U IICII. WHO IS TO BLAME ? 1W.A.B."VXN: Gt-OODMILN, "
.t.OO.
t .1.'J5 ton for governor Dean Robottom will officiate In St. e Next to F, E. C. Ry. depot.

1 Royal C. Dunn seems to lave bad an lark's church, Cocoa, on Sunday morn ," INDIANOLA, May 20, 1008. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA '1

.' ,If: easy race for railroad commissioner; and lug, May 23rd, at 11 o'clock, and In St. ?<(ior Earl Coast Adiwatt -Maklug .a Specialty of- n

? It looks aa If Park M. Trammel was In Gabilei's church, Tltusvllle on Sunday Dear Sir-Please let me have apace In I Frc..h JFVuitw tt>tkd CnndicfiioC, .

lit la tbe lead for the office of Attorney.GenraU evening at 7:30: o'clock. The public U your paper to' Inquire who Is In the Drink I
Clsfivf mid Cold
cordially Invited. II
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# wrong when a man has paid his poll I
BAPTIST CHURCH. t kx: and It Is not marked paid on the Try SCHLITZ FIZZ-a Non-Alcohollo Beer.

z X A SMART CAT. Rev, Wm. Stones will preach at Titusllle otlnf list This Is the way mine has SANFORD BREAD CAKES. AND PIES-always Fresh.

0 I V li ,\ on Sunday neat at 11 a. m, and at been for the put three elections., Now Your patronage solicited. Satisfaction guaranteed. IJ

11, a< Captain J. O. Walton, of Boston has a Oak Hill at :H p. tn.WATERMELONS: It: must be carelessness of some one, and -- -- -- -- ]

C Z little black oat, called Tom, and be has I would like to know who that someone TITUSty-IIjT.aL7 LI''P aiX STA.D

1 0 not only taught him to Jump through PEACHES._ I.. Tours truly,

> :E hoops, but to retrieve like a dog. When T.S. SANDERS*

t7d Captain Walton shoots a bird, the oat Watermelons are now coming Into FEED AND SALE SADDLE oa&
will stand his side and watch for the
? by
"d I Tltunll1ela goodly numbers and peaches WALTON SELF.LOCKING BLOCKS 'v
_m'tben ...STABLES... BUGGIES,
Thecat
bird to rush for
't\ drop. will soon follow, as they are nearly Patented la all countries Only tackle
: the bird It back and it the
bring lay at BAGGAGE BURS
rip.. Hucklebrrle and pineapple are block of the kind In the world. Fit
j I Captain's feet. She may be called a lentlful, but blackberries and mulberles ted with the Walton-Vlnton Roller : 4
I 1. "bird cat," Instead of a "bird dog. TRANSFER, and TURNOUTS
are over. The June orange Is also Bearer* Useful In aDY'place where

IIKN FORD Ri.I:BRNo for sal In Tltuavllle's stotes. hoisting Is done, With these blocks HAULING ETC ..an kinds.,

.,. poking to tinker with. Absolutely fleaUuermued ,BOUGHT A HOME. one man can do the 'work of two.
Tlirht. lx>ni{ ground tapering}Joint*,perfect ft,. JOB PRINTING of all kinds done
t for ono year at Thousands sold in the north. Call J'. M. O&ba
,. MONARCH Mr. R. M. Bailey, lumber Inspector at this office at reasonable rate. Gin and see them In working order at this TITUSVILLEIa P1.0
Made. to meat the durnknd for a Dollar Ping rear of Bobbins' Law Offio.- }
the Tltuivllte Lumber Co.'s mill, has u. a share of your work.
Hotter than any ft.M plug sold aettatacttow office; or at; the Atlantic Supply Co's.stoke ij
guaranteed. purchased one of the Walker cottages, Jacksonville, Fla. -- -

M 1''< M l..lo with Double Imp......" Mica Innnlatlon.Mo la North Tltusvllle formerly occupied WIlY USE: OLD STYLE BLOCKS, INDIAN RIVER'ICE FACTORY r
Mo scrap", nilue Is ued la the construction.." by Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Wilson, and will when you can buy the best Selt-Lock
8 Trad 1f
,h |>sotsl Discounts to th*
log Tackle Block at nearly the same WALTON SEi.F-LOCKING BLOCKS
!. RONALD & FISKE, take> possession at ones. price. Now In use In the United are for sale by the Atlantic SupplyCo. TITUSVILLE, FLA. 3
) STATE AGENTS State. Army and Navy Department, Is prepared to furnish Ice in any quantity-Sacked or loos Special attaa
r Advertisers In the ADVOCATE well East
are Bay street, Jacksonville\ '
,t Cocoa, Fla. Examine them at the ADVOCATE once: paid looking for Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing U my motto,
If jrour ilenler does not handle them tend to ui repaid for the money thus spent Tttuivllle. :Fla. A. S. PIATT, Proprietor.




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