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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: October 9, 1908
Publication Date: -1891
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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OL. 10. NO. 7. TITUSVIL.LE, FLORIDA FRIDAY OCTOBKll a. 100H. PRICE Bo.

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LOCAL NEWS Crisp Styles, for Fall. The Fernuhl Hardware Co. 01 Heat Orange HoxcA, ,

Sanford WHEN THE POSSIBILITIES ',

d Topics of General Interest There's all the snap of the season- We furnish orange boxes with tbLock
the breeze and briskness
of
fall In our
Have just received a carload field Joint Panel Heads (tbehead whirls
BroV'.o.rCl 801.1 ;
0: OO'U.D."tY:
new models Just' out of their \\'rapping*.
THE ADVOCATE fencing a carload of wire nails and took the prize at the last State Fait]);

$1.50 per. annum in advance. selections You should see them and make you barbed wire, car of saab and doors" solid or panel centers! fiber or birch Are taken Into consideration land here cannot he said to '
,73 six months, now. Also hoops, smoothly cut pine sides and can
Iron pipe fittings, gasolene vngliwspnmps ; ,
12.00 per an. to foreign countries. All the new shades<< and patterns Ire corrugated Iron roofing, and print your brand on heads and sides. lie expensive although It does cost something to do the i

IVben you subscribe for the ADVOTB here; many of them exclusive; some everything In the hardware paint anti We also soil C"mentcoRt,,' NailsWraps first clearing. After the Und U In condition for cultlva. j jtlon
that will be hard to !get later on In the the' succession of that be raised from It i I.
Field Boxes and
,
by the year it does not coat you building lines. Cypress Spruce I crops may

ee cents per week postage Included. season Write for prices. Ladders frequent and rapid. Profitable crops may be produced for '
They're Scblovs Bros. You know .'
Tux FKHNAtn' HAKDWAIIH Co., W A. MKRHVDAT A Co., month In the after the other the
ten one on same
f- Reading notice ads are ten cent what that Wans. The newest styles, year, ,
61 4w SANKOHD FLA. tf l'alatka."I&.
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line on this page. always effective, never extreme; exclude land. Clearing cost money labor cost money, fertilizer

fabrics cut tailoring and workmad cost but the return are large certain and j
; pioflta.ble.
of Miami was money
S.
Hon. F. Morse -A baby girl artlved at tbe home of Major F. M. Taylor apent Tuesday tsome
the Palmhurst Tltusvllleiterday. ship unexcelled.. Come to Tltusvllle and look the' 0",11aveI'\ We have
;lstered at Mr. and Mrs B C. Norwood on 1Vedne.d .- evening at Melbourne, representing Tltusvllle -
We're aa proud to sell them as you ay. at the Republican speakingDr. of the finest hammock land in the State. Call
I will be to wear them. upon"v"v
Mr. August DIesner of Jasksonvllle No hampering of choice. The big -Mr. K.: r.. Brady went to Miami, Harry G. Utley, who has spent Morgan & Walton and nee what they have for sale ,

pending the week In Tltusvtlle the variety makes right selection easy Wednesday, to look after his business the past month at his old home In North -- --- -- --- .- .- - ..> .. -- -- -- .- .,.r.

slot his mother Mrs Dora DIesner. Prices: tlO.OO, $1200, $15 000, 11801 Interests there Carolina Is expected In Tltusvllle today MILITARY COMPANY FOR TI- AMONG THf HOTELS. f

IE SATURDAY EVENING POST and (20.00. : DR. MILLER, DENTIST: TITUS- WILLIAM TEl J. Flour at OoUI"nilth's. TUSVILLE.There ;'

.t Banner Drug Store. WINSTOX' S. BRASSING, \'l11e. FU. C Take note of the hotel ads on our .
Master Rlchaid Kobblns
Headquarters for Style and Value I aocompan Tin ,'
-Mr. E. S. Wiley, who has spent the Tltusvllle Fla -Mr. Rufus Robblns left Tuesday, led by Ms brother, George left )ett... Is a movement on foot to organ page j u

comer In Atlanta G.., Is now In Yalta to re enter the law department of Stetson day for Washington, Oa., to put George he" Military company, or a companyof The ADVOOATK Is on file at all the (,

on a short visit, before returning UnlverHlty DeLand.Mr. into school National Guards. at TUusvllle. best hotels In New York city I
CLOSED BY THE SHERIFF'Our This Is a move In the right direction, )
Tltusvllle. Clms. II. Walton Is at Rending -Miss Myia Williams. returned to her 'I'be attention of our renders. U calledto
and<1 successful will be of great benefitto
of Titus- Mass, enjoying a visit with Capt. and home Hock after the ail. of the Palinburat Tltusvllle
-Rev. W. F. Allen formerly people were neatly suprlsed on at ledge, onTuea""y, this section. A Military company I.a In ,
Ie,but now of Key West, was In Titusla Monday morning to see tbe d are of the Mrs W. M. Stewart and family for stew spending several days In TltuNvlllo, the good thing for the young men, as It which U receiving a good 1 patronage, and
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several days this week looking af- big: department sU .i of John R. Walker days guest of Miss Susie Gladwln.Mr. given. them much needed training The la very popular with the! travllng (.pub- ,

bis orange grove Interests here. & Co., cloned and bherlff Brown In DR. HOUOFITON dentist Peck Block, and Mrs C. A. Spencer expectto Military praoilcn alone Is of great value lie

Northern people are already begin- charge.It Daytona, Fla. if. return to Boston, next week, after from a physical standpoint' and the By' request' we republish the opening

I g to cast their eyes toward Florida, has been known for several years -We call tbe attention of'all boatmento spending several weeks In Tllusvllle on training throughout I III of much' benefit dates of the famous East Coast Hotels, i

1 lour Mr. Chas n. Walton Is putting that the firm was flnancllly embarrassed I, the ad. of the Can field Company, of business of the Acme Palmetto Extract all through life. as follows I ii.

tome good words for Jacksonville and all various judgements had been secured St. Augustine They are offering something Co., of which Mr. Spencer: Is I president.WANTED But the great benefit of a Military The Florida East Coast. Hotel ('0., an-

East Coast. against them but as the caedltors that Is of Interest to every boat -A good faithful servant oompany, Is enjoyed by the business In.terests nounoes the following dates as the periodof I
holding these j Judgements bad been lenient of a town, as It gives prompt protection operation, of the llutels of the System a
E DENTOS Is now located at liar- owner. gill Is wanted by Mrs. P. Nelson,
) and allowed the firm to make regular when the Boers( of the law are during the. season 1\\lCJ8.I): :
lion Dock Eau Gallia. Dentistry payments on tbe same, tbe cloning of -The County Commissioners at their South Tllusvllle. tf. unable to cope with the situation. This season and .hereafter the Hotel !

a all branches skillfully executed. the store was not looked for. On Monday neI, ( meeting to be held next Monday, -Mr. E. E. Knox, head salesman In This movement should have the heartiest of this Company will open on date ,I

Dr. J. Edward Urlcb. however they demanded Immediate will, no doubt, award the contract for Brady Bros, grocery, Is expecting his support of all the business men of stated and will positively remain open _,

-Mr. A. A. 'Stewart and daughter, payment, and forced tbe firm to the wall the repairing and remodeling {of the fine bird dog. Dan which has been at' the town, who should try to Influence until the advertised closing day.

KS Frankle Stewart arrived at their The firm of John R Walker A: Co, is county' jail: as per the advertisement on Asbevllle. N. C., all summer Mr Knox Is those.In their employ to join, Tonne Da l.elln-H& Augustine, opens i
I
uivllle home on Sunday afternoon composed of John R. Walker, of Tltusvllle our 3rd page preparing to enjoy the! fine busting as A good Military company gives town Tuesday, January' 5, 1IKX. Closes Monday .' J

t, after several weeks spent most ; and II. B. Mace, of WilliamsburgN. WE ARE NOW RECEIVING our new soon as the season opens. prestige that nothing elso can give and April 5, IIKX 1). Mr, Robert Murray \1

aaantly at White Springs Fla. Y., a regular winter,vUltor to Tltusvllle pack of Custls Bros',canned Fruits and -Mr. C. J. Yates, was In Tltuivllle, should<
-Mrs. W. P. Giles and daughter Bes- Vegetables. A trial will\ make a per. two, or three days this week, visiting as the Investors appreciate the protection Alomar-St. Augustine (European r

left Titusvllle Sunday, for Jacksona About two years ago thl.arm branch manent customer 1V. E. (toldsmtthDon't friends. Mr. Yates en route to his that l is offered by a local Military Plan,) opens Saturday: December 12, ,j

where Mrs. Giles' mother, Mrs. ed out, and established a grocery and a home at Fort Pierce from the hospital company: In casa of any local trouble. 1008. Closes Saturday April 17, 1001) '
fall to attend the MUll Meeting
as. Fulton, lies dangerously\ at St. .hardware store, and occupying three of -at the Court house nut Thurs- at ttt. Augustine, where he has under. It also Is a great factor In preventing Mr. John Anderson, Manager ,
the largest store buildings Tltusvllle. on crime an.lla assisting the officers of the Ormonll-Onnond-oD.tbe Halifax l i
tea hospital. There Is little hopes ojf gone a severe operation
day' evening at 730 and in ,
These ventures were not a success, and participate law In protecting prisoners after arrest opens Wednesday, January 0, 1000 ; ,
s. Fulton's recovery. plunged the firm greatly In debt, and be,selection of our town officers for tbe NOW IS THE TIME: TO PLANT The fact that we ones had a Military close Monday, April 6, 11X>I>). Mr 1. D. -

'OW 19 TilE TIME TO PLANT this, coupled with some bad accounts next year. If yon Lave any pride In your gardens, anti Crenkhaw Bros., SeedJo' company at Tltusvllle should make Price Manager \

r garden, and Crensbaw Bros.', Seed put tbe firm In such bad financial straits your' town dhow HIDr. I Tampa, Fla., Is the place to get pour these advantages more apparent to our 1'he Breakers Palm Beach, oppna t

Tamps, Fla, Is the place to getr bat they have not been able to get on and Mrs. C. M. Carpenter.of St. seed Tbey hue True Bermuda Onion oltUtna, and the organization\ of a "m. Thursday, December 21, ]111)8. oldies

seed. They have True :Bermuda heir feet since. Betelph street, Boston gave a delightful Sets and Seed, absolutely pure stock, pan at this lime will be the first step Saturday, April 3, lOUt Mr Leland ,

on Seta and Seed absolutelyjlpure: The sheriff seized the store building, dinner party to a few friends on Friday and don't forget they have FRESH: gar.de'and In tbat line of advancement made In Starry, Manager, '

:kand don't forget they have FRESH which Is a large brick structure, the evening last. All tbe delicacies of the flower seed aud poultry supplies. many years-si noo the old com pany was Royal, J'olnolana-ralm Beach opens i\

den and flower need and poultry sup- tock of good and horse mule and wag. season were on the elegantly decorated -Mr, E. L. Brady has had his sidewalk disbanded, when so many of our young Saturday, January 0,11100. close Tuesday )

a.. 5-4 ons. table, and the dinner was thoroughly from Washington Avenue to the men moved south with the extension of March 80, 1000. Mr. Fred Starry N

Mr. Cart Leavltt who bas taken thee Deputy Sheriff Waller has been In oyed. Those present to represent Florida river, put la first-class order by removng the F. C. C. Railway. and Mr H. E. Bemis, Managers. M '

of Mr. C. 11. Klngroan as mall charge, Mod Is busy cleaning things and were Mr and Mrs. J. O. Walton and all weeds and grass laying a 2 x 4 The gentlemen behind this movement Royal Palm-Miami, opens Saturday, ,11.!

at on the Tltusvllle Sanford branche arranging the stock, and tbe Sheriff will Mr. Chas. U. Walton. stringer on each side and re-shelling.This are Major V. M. Taylor, of many years December 12, IftOH closes Thursday '

!:Sunday ''eft Jacksonville, Wed- sell tbe perishable good. at auction on NOW 15 THE TIME TO PLANT Is a long stretch of sidewalk! : and Is experience In the United States, Regular April 1, 1001). Mr. Joseph P. Graves, d{

lay Mr. recovered Monday next also the horse and mule another demonstration of Mr. Brady's Army, and Mr. r.. D. Geiger who wasa Manager. 1 1
Klngman having garden and Crenshaw .Bros. Seed
your I
enterprise Let others follow his example roembej of Company I>., known as the The Colonial-Nassau (Bahama Islands
n an attack of dangue fever which Fla. Is the
to
Co. place
Tampa get
your
WOODMAN MEETINGThere Metropolitan Grays, of the First Florida ,) opens-To be announced later), ,J)
kept him at home for three days. seed. They have True Bermuda Onion
Regiment, and stations at Jackson- closes-(To be announced later). Mr
lion Duncan U. Fletcher, Senator. lets and Seed, absolutely pure' stock -Miss Frances Robinson of Elklns, ville. Mr. Gelger's moving to Tltusvllle II. E. Bernie, Manager. i,

1, of Jacksonville, and Hon. C. D. will be Important meeting of and don't forget thy have FRESH! gar'eo N. H., was a guest of Mm J. O. Walton, caused him to resign from Company D., Tile fJo'ltinental-Atiantio Beaoh ,
dls Tltusvllle Camp No 141, Woodman of / and flower sued and poultry supplies.. of 602+ Blue Hill A..., Franklin Park, i'
of
DeLand a cousin of Judge and ha Is so well pleased with the Mill; open Saturday, March 20, 1000, close"during
die, of Chicago, who fined the Stan. the World at tbelr lodge room In the -1>r. Helen Mack a prominent lady Boston, last Friday, on her way to New tary training that he Is anxious to assist August, 1000.( Mr. H. E. hernia
Hall evening, October York to the III' of {Jr. Roblalon' .
Monday Owing .ae
Masonlo
on
.1 1011 I Cos, 20,000,0K( were registered! ibyslclan and member of fourteen medIcal In the organlcatlng of company of National Manager .
full attendance 4s requested. the friends of Dr.
Palmburst, Tltusvllle, yeeterllaj.I 5tb, a associations, and her sister Miss mother many Guards at Tltuivllla Mr, Geiger I

were here oo'l legal business beforege B1 order of the Conul Commander. Wllbelmlna E. Mack, of the Majestic, and Mrs. Robinson and Mis Robinson I was with Corn an v I D when It, with oth- P. C. C'AND V, I. A. ..f
HAHKT U'lt-so' Clerk. will to learn tbey will
no doubt regret ,
Jones. (Cambridge, Mass., gave a dinner party a companies did such'good! work la
Tltusillls
not be able to visit this com-
for Sale. few days ICO.eJO which Capt. and Mrs.J. \ reserving order and protecting property The Progressive Culture Club and V.
ng'wlnter
FOR SALE. Cottage O. Walton sod Mr. Cbaa. II. Walton 10 Pensacola at the time of the big streetcar
I. A, will resume tbelr weekly meetings
were Invited. Ice dinner was elegantly strike 'last spring. Oc&.6th 11)04( 3 This
c.ntrallylocatect In CAMP MEETING. on Monday at p. m. .
*o pair mules,medium weight sound Five-room cottage, served and enjoyed and was followed by All those who are Interested In the all '
business are required
meutlag
fruit trees, being a ,
U good working condition. Tltusvllle. Twenty young vocal and Instrumental music, Or. Mack formation 6f this company should com- '
*o two-horse wagons some In bearing. Terms: Spot cash, or aDd Miss Mack taking the leading parts The annual Camp Meeting of the (fri- munlcsta ...Ith. or call and see either to be present.E. B. c:t

ne Diebold Safe, good a* new, out. 73 per cent cash and balance on time. la Impromptu concert. These ladlesare caa ". E. Church will be bald at Titus- Major .... M. Taylor or Mr. L. D. Geiger, WILKON Secretary

dlmenllonl.28dh3.1IDchel. Address, "A. B." care ADVOCATE. excellent musicians and have a boat vole from October 20th to 20th. at once.

>e Letter Press. of friends la Boston and suburbs, They Special rates have been made by the BASEBALL ,

*o Babcock A Wlloock's 129 h. p. Orange Picking JIoxe may visit Tltusvllle this winter. F. E. C. Je,., between St. Augustine and Sot Hat. 4 1

"rne Palm Beach,and a large crowd la expect.till. -. Tile Tltusvlll Baseball team want to ,"

Casey A Hodges' 80 h. p. boiler Have ordered for October delivery carload FURNITURE DRY GOODS: 8UOE-4 The season's new .shapes" Soft Hats Daytona yesterday to cross bats with the :
Wheels and Boat Cushions.
boxes. Write us Steering h"n.l.ome.I..r.. so, we think Daytona team,
glees, Heaters pipe folding p'cklog ltean Ire very ,
pumps, water Fruit Jars sod Rubbers, Tops.Olob.Weroicke Seed. I
'IgS, bOlts, nuts, hoop lugs etc., etc. for price. Elastic Book than u ual.
"o about one-half of East Coast Lumber A Supply Co case, and We are showing several shapes that Made a Man of Him. :
three and acres Stop-Leak Sticks for Boats and Roofs. New Fall Bean seed, 1,01)0/ to 1
5.4 I Esn Game Fla. Extra Early Refugee Price/ onlappllcaIwu. are entirely new. !
Tacks, Oalva'lxed Screen. ;: :
Copper
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friend In business and
The soft hat has more tod..ytban A man once prominent
anew hating no further use fore Bath Tub enamel. E. I*. Brady A: Bros. Grocers.
Waterproof before.Extremely social circles bad fallen to the lowest
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Big llargaln. aver
are disposed to make disposition Tltusvllls Fla.
A.OAUDJEK.TItusvlIle.Pbone
CHAS. swell for fel- of when a relative!
shapes young depths degradation
me at a low price for CASH. Ap- LaUDa;
t'> ACME Co. Cruising S'. Fall Cabin. ows. conservative block for modest placed him In the Keeley Institute, and she i
PALMETTO EXTRACT ,
Tltusvllle, FIa.liard Drop, Window. 24 b. p. Engine. Flea Notice! to, Grtswers. Notice-Established. lfi5: rassars, '1.00, ,..rO, $J,00, M 00, 81.0'l ) I I. now back In his former class, successful -

trio Light. Sands Closet. Hleapa Four.'ools To Whom It Msy Concern -I beg to and IVOG. and respected. For detailed and .'

Tic dinghy, carpets cushions. cur I I The oldest and most reliable Frolt and tata that 1, John B. Massa, am no long- We've a hat for every man's> face, confident! Information address. ..

tains-fine outfit. Worth IJ.0IO.00.; Storedat Produce house in the State of Florida, er connected with stare at 217 W. Bay puree and fancy. TUB KEELEr INSTITUTE, .

Price now f950 00. Act quick' solicit\ consignment of Traits sod Vegs 1 .St., nor am I connected with any partner lOur Leaders-Hawes and Stetson 47-13 Jacksonville, Fla.
rail kind of both shelf Address A. J., care
Hardware llama, Fla.
and outside of I stand by makes. I
table. If you wish food price my a. ray reputation
heavy Paints, Oils Ship Chandlery] EAST COAST ADVOCATE. WIXSTOX S. BHAMMIMO and Haulluir.
quick returns-do business with D.. Werqaest .. being the oldest and one of the : praying
kery and Glassware, call on as. Tltusvllle FUpf -
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that you do not send us overripe most reliable commission man In the
e have the goods and our price are Wood for Sale. stock or packing boas* refute. We south; 'ber.forelle..e'I' to the Judg- All kind. of draylng and hauling ,'.
t. subscriptionto
Have paid
l'l' orders receive attention. Pine or oak, any langth. Also. plow. cannot band Ibis class of goods. meat of my shippers to ship their stock the ADVOCATE you If your not, our mailing promptly attended to, and Satisfaction '
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prompt See or address J.W UAHX DKOTUCRS. tract: to John B. Massa, Jacksonville clerk will soon sand you a personal reminder. ruarantaed.
,1As.Palrcu.aa& SOS log and harrowing. JOHX KITTL, Tltusvllle.
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Jacksonville, Fla Very respectfully,
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Free and fin, Mr.' Watson Mr. fflsgen or Mr. "Tli* Pevll." 4n'it T'," ''u I' ....,"i...,Mi f'I\IIII.. 1 laAMI The Oldest KstaMlibed Grain and Seed house the Step,

Debs New Yorkers now may go to "The | i 11 [,).' "If" "' H.siM' ;! \"i'nr% I'ntll

t Accepted Masons. I Devil" every night at two theaters. U for. I'M-M !Ix.'n- hlairwhe I '! h" 't'1 lint PII BA Ji

The Unwritten Law. The play U the work of n Hungarian .I'llH'ic. s overt ill-, -in, 1 lil- Imwl wmr:: A. :SOUrS: dc Co.

Long ago the duel was prohibited bylaw Franz Dinar, and. while It bears all new \. IH thn' elf 1,1.1., .":'I"et!: of II -'1 ninent -

Indian No 00 and thy world was" well rid of It. the earmarks of a ounce. It teems "U. \'I1'f' |1'rrs'n1, ':' .tf M. water, < n> II i GRAIN HAY AND GARDEN SEEDS

Hirer Tltu.YllIe, In Its stead In certain ensue all too wltb,sltudtlons. forced at times and puny alit n ...Irr'' iliMli-r Wr ,refer t" ,

common, we have today an appeal to at other BO simple and natural thatIt the riKil:'' l "(rini> i' niir Kn-jll"h; frletnl1lialiltiiwllr Flour Grits Meal and Fertilizers

Lodge. rVFlorida.. the unwritten law The newcomer gives promise of Iplterork In the rt'prntent! American husl. nraSO ,

Hold' /lu niaftitiffii the wound mail fourth Friday seems fully as objectionable Its predece : future ness men n* .'living the puce I hut sr, loves, Ma 200 EastBay: Street, J JACKSONVILLE FLA,
fltoivUle -
MMonlo Temple
of each month In the
at ?JO o'clock p. m. or, more so In certain Instances The play Is declared to be symbolism kills." wbvreaii the uumber of Americans
free. Warehouse on tracks of S. A. L. R'y. and A. r ,
P. W. Rolmrt, Wornhlpful Mauler.c In. the old'days when the duel was a In model Barb. The devil appears who have c-ontlniu-d active In Catalogue L Itj
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(> r A Stewart, senior WardDiuHarry method of affairs of ... -
popular settling -
a business -- -
Wllnnn, Junior Warden, a blKlily polished gentleman up to the ages of anywhere
W. It. Wllwm, TrAKiinr. honor a jealous husband could challenge of cynical wit and worldly philosophy from se\enty-five to ninety la very

Jno. R.8.InA Walker Senior, Sotroury.Krank Itoaoon.Th'M. the man he believed had violated and Is Intended f
., L. same, Junior Ixwcon.Chan his home and seek revenge at side of mou'ii Inner Oonnclence personified / MeMurray
H Walton,hen for Htewanl.J.
I. W. frailer. Junior 8teward" the pistol's point. Ills enemy, guilty while be never passes the> line of "
: dBLOODWe
D. Kntilt, Tylxr.
H. 8.Bam, Chaplain| or* guiltless of the offense charged<< mortal possibility and might, after all. 4O1-413 East Day Street, Jacksonville, Florida
then had at least a chance for bU Jlfe bo nothing more than a meddling cyn
The unwritten laW Is far < i f -Maker* and Jobbers of-i-
INDIAN KIVK-H. CHAI'TKU: 140.x1 method ic. Ills victims are tour normal members blood and
live by our on
ROYAL AKCII safer for the husband wbo Is actual/! of Viennese while the ,
(MASONS. society,
I it. We thrive or starve as our
The Imlluli River Chapter Royal arch Manona aggrieved or who merely fnnclen he Is. only one 'who escapes bis clutches Is blood is rich or There is Vehicles Harness Carriage and Wagon Material
lIl..te thellr.t ednwuay of each month at the poor.
Dy an appeal to the unwritten law fl already a social outcast ,
Maaunlo' Temple.' i nothing else to live on or by. ,.
The following are \bl oftll..r.: of thli chasten mon may make sure that his honor One critic declares that It seem* a '' 1
Tires.
M. .S. Rama, Ktrullont Hitch I'rlent.' will lie satisfied without When strength is full and J3addlerylRubber
even a
J. R. Walker, King, suggestion pity that Rfeat artists should U compelled
O. K.. ITItohett: H
O. A. Wllaon.Stewart' T-Booromry.e.eorer Is necessurytor him to do In to pro- order to establish their eatue... -bone, muscle and __ n. __ .._ ._ _. .. ...._.
T.:B. Bandera, of Hoot.' brain in body and mind-with
Cant cure a and after testing It ,
pjstol!
Why, be asks do dramatist
I'. W. KolK.ru. I'rlnctliwl, rtojonrner.r. so many
flow of rich blood. 1Wnob.l.n.ory: : Ooxn.pn.nv
A. Morgan, R..y''r..h Captain. thoroughly find his Intended victim assume that audacity Is the greatest continual : ,
J. N. Wilier. Muter of Third V, I This is health. JACKSONVILLE
: : under circumstances 2:1: OCEAN STREET FLA.
either
P.J.:Hall. Ma C.r.A.UMleyHentlnel.R. Stewart, Mmtorof. hint. V. explanation or resistance. One or I nearly every writer In the dramatic When weak, in low spirits, no PORTABLE AND STATIONARY

more shots will then meet the require- field assume that one particular crln cheer, no spring, when rest is ENGINES. BOILERS,* SAW BiLls,

ORDER or KA8TKKN!: BTAK.rrlendiihln ments of the case. makes the most effective rltuattotu} not rest and sleep is not sleep, WOODWORKING MACIIJ ERr

Chanter: No II, hold Its meetinev' In New York recently two brothers Why do they throw decency to the we are starved; our blood is SHINGLE l IMILLS, LATH MII.U,
the Maixiiilo I Lodge.: noun, Tltunvlll, on t Jerrt one of them officer the othern I there is little nutrimentIh J
an line
carried
army In
and third Tim". In each month ..tlOO wind and offer "problems" which a* poor; } Complete stock for Immediate
E. in. The following are the ofllceM of the novelist who had already killed his simple common, nauseating and eVpraved It. shipment. It will pay route
i ;hup ten man: bunted up the alleged violator of ? consult before I
Ml" indie Stewart Worthy Matron Back of the blood is food, us buying. PORtal will

R Mr.. It.M.Wilson E. Kohhim, Worthy,AMOolnM fatrnu Matron.' tlje officer's! home. The brother were One of the best things Bald of tie: to keep the blood rich. When bring our salesman Write for illustrated

. Mr.E. It. WilKon, reelected i Beoretary.Mra. well armed and one of them bad cometo late Branson Howard was that his i it fails, take catalogue; and prices.

The.following Bertha Kline otlloera, Treasurer were'aiiolnted' I day The victim was unarmed defenseless plays were always clean and yet r We are General Southern Agents for Celebrated Farquliar Engines, Bollen

Mrs Itevoe Htinn, AdabMine unsuspecting lie was mur- many>f them were successes Shaw SCOTT'SEMULSION and Saw Mills.THEY.

I"I MlmLina SualeTerter. Mendel,Ruth.Knitter.Mra.llanMil "- dered In eight!, of his wife and. friends Ibsen. Sudermnnn and their follower. -- --__._ -=--- Y -_ '-

I' : M A. Hnrlmunnr., Martha.Mra. Klecta.Chaa. who were as powerless to aid him as wbo have' too often taken a contrary

; II. WaIte Warder ha was to aid himself course have undoubtedly produced
.....
John K. W..lko"oIntll.
Ueu. M.Robbb.a, Chaplain' Now the, unwritten law, aided by a plays that have been talked about but t ARMOUR
FERTILIZERS
or It sets the whole body going
---. plea Insanity will be Invoked by their IIn ('e8s on the stage-has been

KNIOIIT8 OF. PYTIIIA8.INIHAN JtlVKItLODOK the murderer In order to cRcnpe the ephemeral In this country nt leant, again-man, woman and child.

'/ ; NO. 10.1 i electric choir. lIarrl' K. Tbaw successfully and a few representations \have pener- .

Invoked It. Will I Captain ally 'been sufficient unless some great of Send paper this In kdvcrtUcment which It appear, together, your sddre.aandfour with name are made from highest quality
Peter C. Halos, Jr., U. 8. A., be equally will tend
actress like Naislmovit compel n longer! cent to cover portage and we GROW
) successful? you a "Complete Handy. Atlas of the World." I'I
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bearing through great histrionic Mill
a j animal products which are everywhere -
SCOTT&BOWNE, 409 Pearl St.New York ,.
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r Hunting( Lion In a Palace' Car known to be the best 1o.
Meet every. 2nd and 4th Monday eveuluti( In Two women have Just been touringthe ,
each montb. at o'clock.
Chanrello rVmiinauiler.,, .. ... ...,R. M. Italley jungle where Roosevelt' Is expectedto : LARGE ILLUjriTMTED BIG forms of plant food. Use them ,
loe-Chnncellor .. ,...H. U. Utley revel In "deexls of derrlng do" and
Prelate :.;;;:::':' .', .....:.W. H. Itafl. 3 CATALOGUE MAILED FREE 11,
MaeteratArm...?.. .. .. .. .. ...I.A. II.1I1t tell the world nil about It at a dollara ilYEO ON EYERI CNAIR and will grow bet-
1 Maxter of Work...... .. ".', ...John K, Walker word. One 4,8 your crops
. Inner Guard........ .. ...W.Matlmra of the women an American tae b aw -ar.vy.
Outer Onard........ .. .T. F. DeOourry has just published a book which .,r, Ira NisM and ')
I Matter of Kxohequer,: ,:.;::;,1rII.Pritohari: Ya0 eNILW Myal i ter your pocketbook grow :',
I Matter of Klnano .... .. .. .,<)Jlroeketl, takes the reader Into.tbe wild haunts M aal.,,h Ile M CROPS .' ,
ti t t Keeper lUioordiMiil rkial.... .O.A, Stewart of zebras, gnus giraffes, hyenas and 1...... re. .ar, "., fatter before.MANUFACTURED I '
.. --' thap ever .
,Y All llltlnr Knlghta cordially(Invited to at. .a w assort. r'ar ea .1
tend."r' lions la central Africa. The whole xw, a NM lb l'ae i M ,
... .r W Yrl cal
f
r -- trip was made In palace cars and In
.aa. as err Nr was Yaa e". 'trro
TITl'SVllLE CAMP NO. 141. steamboats, and all the terrors of tho wr a.a a .w We.. I

,. r Jungle, except perhorm! that lonely feel ONaunt FIARiDAtiw FArmw K M M-.-- IN
...
O11a F ing when Is rv.e T.ew w. w..r
one nailed there by fate, err
t were experienced JACKSONVILLE, r...r.r.r Taclsori.ville., I Fla.
.ea YNFr./w""
ref. One lion shooting described by the ?"
writer Is -.--------------------. _._._ _. .
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a match for Roosevelt's bear ---------- -- -- ---- ----- -- ---- -----
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laying feat In the wilds of
Louisiana ...N................................................ f
A huge lioness Williams' Mammoth Mail Order House
engaged\ In a race with

* I. I tho train} and When the train pulledup i IN THE YEAR 1819FLORIDA i ii tl I
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Mn Hnt and third Monday In each
I month:-"avr'p: :iu.t slurp at the ,.Ma ouloTempi I crouched In a clump of gross seventy 211 West Kay St. -I'..O. Box 401JACKSOYVlJ.LE, FLA. il<1
, *. feet away. All the men on the
Oonnul Commander, ..........,F.N. hltehcockAdviser train rushed for their guns and lookedto i Z J. J. WILLIAMS, Proprietor, '
Lieutenant ..,.. .e. W. Rob.rtllallkor. .
g ..... .. .. ,.. .".. .O.I. Mandavllleu their ammunition and "no one wasfrightened" IQ'r
(J1..rk. ..... .. ... .. ....Harry. Wilson i was bought from Spainlfor i IQ'R
Enoort .. ., ... .' ......Oeo. H. Hrw.kett Is the naive remark of the CASE GOODS-EXPRESS PAID.' OLD HOMESTEAD CORY WHISKEY,
fl! Watchman. i ::::::: : ":: .. :.J. O.tMbsnSentry '
.3. .. ,....... .,. '.. G o. W. llanlard traveler to whom this scene was very i $5ooodboooToday i DESOTO RYE. 1 gallon jug cxpresi,raid l M :
Mana"erl.... ... .. .. .F, II. mack exciting. nut the men were too slow ,
J? A. 1'.Oruler $,J. Norton or too long disputing the the 'assets of the 4 Full Quart . ? . . .$500 SPECIAL OFFER. "Yi
All vlnltlng' WiMxI-non cordially invited to over honor of 'i _(J" . . . 7 attend till iu..etlu's, the first shot and the lioness coolly a 12" .. ., . . n 75 Bottling Express Collect,

leaped across the track behind the BARNETT NATIONAL BANK 12" "1 freight paid . 12 00 100 PlnU In drum . f13 (JJWTITTAMSNO ) R.bI

ir'. That Chinese Alliance. train and disappeared In the jungle.A i 10 RYE. 200 Half PlnU In drum eeA')
I Sold drumhv,,! not break drum
The recent suggestlou of an alllanaI little later another lion was seen 4 Full Quarts . . . I 3 20 only by lie,

: between America and China seems to close to the track near the station. It OF 1ACRSONVILLE 6" .. . . . 460 CORN W1118KET :prel" Collect. "DI
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U"
i'i'i i meet with only remains to Imagine Roosevelt on < .
Ij more tavor In the latter "" Rocky Fork, per bottle }list} R.L
\ the train and all the men giving way t are OLD HALIFAX RYE Rocky Fork, per case. . ,

Chi-0.: to the mighty American hunter who a I 4 Full Quarts . . . . .f 4 20 N. U. White, better . i .11 A

lighted with the Idea Dud the naturally must be the hero of his own a $5,485,949.81 6" .. . . . . .600 N. C. White, line .. . (%) 0R
mere '
I lion oeonibl. i 12" . . . . .1200: Laurel Valley Corn. .. .
I suggestion has revived hope for a shooting stories In order to This progressive, strong and conservative bank founded In .
1 SUNNY SOUTH RYE. RYE WHIhKE" Explesa Collect] \ O.P..
:l thorough regeneration of the empire. money. 1877, and tbe Urgent In the Stale, invites -
'li., It Js 81erted"treeI1 by eminent Celestials i 4 Full Quarts .. .$ 2 73 Ter Gall ,8
Roosevelt hoe i YOUR ACCOUNT : (\I" .- . . . 4 CO Queen City . . . jij
( that with the moral support of President just appointed 12" .. . . . . 8 00 Sunny South . . . S 11.1
: America, China would succeed In a commission to see what can Banking by mall i II a safe, simple private and time saving 3U Pint . . . . 12 00 Rye Malt .. . ... ". .. 8N{) "'It'
() ;
.,If abolishing her political and commercial be done to make farm life mom attractive I : method.Vtlte for i YELLOWSTONE nOURBON.Hurdle n.e.8pecnal'. . rLo
40
,'y p' evils reform her financial ar- and profitable As to profits. i u. t'ANK ;ott I'". . . .'. . .g121! Overholt Kiou mil. : : .; .. j TINA j '611''

". raDgfuionU and elta\JlIsh" good government perhaps the desired object could be 'I' I BARNETT i Clfce . . ." . : . . 1200 Planter.-: : : : : : : :,; : : : : :

Bee A red If a law were to be passed OLD BOONE-Express Collect Old Boone .. IOU '1. '
These oriental statesmen admit thatChina' Williams Private v"'i 0 W "
the it
compelling summer boarders to '
N. W. Corner Laura and For.yth St. Bottled in bond by the U. S. Gov'm't. ode
worst Joe up to date has been ,stay all the year round. JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. i 4 Full Quarts, Exp paid. . ,$ 8 00 r/ ALCOHOL

I f' China herself. Her weakness, due to i G. R. DicSAUSSURK 1:1: Full! SuarUtExp2ld. . 12 75 One Grade Only and jug ,4 (w)
the lack of aggressiveness and love of Japanese dispatches say that the war DOS H BARNETTE, 24 Full ., Rap paid . . 1375/ /*

peace of her people has retarded her party controls the new ministry.?. That : 1'reeident. Cashier. 48 Full PlnteExp.paid.1500, GIN . . 3 00, :3 00 and 4 w

} progress. Her vastness of territory Is unfortunate. In this country the :.........................1...................,.:...: -SEND US A TRIAL ORDER. 1

has presented anything like good gov war party is restricted to certain newspaper I.
ernment. The richest -- ---.-- _.. -
virgin country -- -
offices, where It Is able to find --- ----
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t. now remaining In the world China amusement without doing real hurt to

more lias been especially the magnet of Japan.of all That nations country anybody, :SL-cr:: =j :eISSOthe: Beer of Q-vn.-lit3T

,a has recently been making every In the opinion of most authorities In .
possible effort to secure a dominant physics 1$ In the "heavier than air" i EST TonIC :FOR THE SICK A
urnmr
Influence, taking advantage of her alliance flying machine that contains the promise :
a with Great Britain of aerial navigation, but It BLUE RIBBON EERI:) CINCINNATI PILSNEB BEER: 4 quart. Sunny Brook. ? $500 '}'INE DI.ENDEDVDI8KIF.S.. .:,
appearsto ,. .. d .
",S Some of the most progressive among I be the province of the gas bag to establish :3 dozen . .., . '-. .flOlI: ) :dozen . . ."J. . . 00 12:! .. 13 00 Paul Jones, 4 quarto *' ro?
Chinese statesmen A\ dozen. .'. . n (X) ft dozen . . . . 4 50 Bottled In Bend" Lewi. CO, 4 quarts . 6d
1 are of the opinion records In actual flights. . . . . 0 4 quarts Mellwoud< : 4 no d
10 do en. . .. .' . . .12 00 10 dozen. 00 1 .
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U' : 4
Harper
that the time hns come when something t .1300 quarts A hre. ,
rP must be done to check the advance Experiments made recently In Eu- F. O. B. ,Jackionvllle, Fla., Bottled at the Brewery .. Bottled In Bond. Cascade Tennes.ee, 4 quarts 1d( rul.,
I 4 Guck . . 5 00
quarts enheimer Blum' 4 blend or
qts.
1t.' of the Japanese on the Asiatic rope show that vegetable paper preserves 12: Monogram.. MlUd(
y; We are al.o agents for the Celebrated. PABST MEADE the, temperance 13 76. 'bo\tled In bond
.1 mainland. An alliance with a first the freshness and flavor oftllu Government Bottling.; 1J II
Sold In barrel. 10 ,
drink of the .oason. Aloohollo strength IJtf per cent. only oi quarts "
class power would put the empire on better than Ice, a pointer for the ice 4 quart. Moncrlef Spring.. 4 00 U UO
dozen pints, 11.00 x 12: '5 12 quarts MonogramBlum' ?
11 00
} Its, feet and Inspire Us people with trust ,. ,, '
Al.o Bottled Bond Glen quart.
t .. new confidence In their ability to work A complete'stock of Imported and domestic wines. Fine Clarets from $1.00 4 Fives Hermitage/ .la. .. ... 600 III um'I Sylvan''' I 01', quarts. ,1/1 Ii/
1/:' a great reform. China fears Japan The !latest hazing episode at West to $1,00 per gallon, tn bottle. SO-oU. to $1.2 oJ Old Good and Bottled in Bond. Blum' Sylvan Glen 8 quarts 6 (XI

;;''I 1 and distrusts her professions of Point rather unexpectedly resulted in Pure North Carolina White Corn 3 00 Blum' Sylvan Glen 12: quart t 'P; 1'01RO

friendship. She Is dismissing\ her Japanese the hazing of the recently matriculated.ecretal'1' BULK WHISKIES, $2.00: to 40.00 PEU GALLON. Black and Blue Corn, 4 quarts. 3 00 Sheridan flub, 4 quartsbheridan .. p
of Harvest Corn 4 quarts. . 3 1\0\ Club, 0 quart. T 8111 ,
'1 teachers and Is trying to boycott war. The following have express charge added to price of good* Laurel Valley Corn, 4 quart. 3 60 Sheridan Club, 12 quart.. .... .ipK.
Japanese goods. Trouble of a K.Lt

P' serious nature Is almost certain to As It takes a soldier's,weight In leadto 3] Send for'our Price List -f-- Long Distance Telephone 188 0:

come. Small wonder that the proposed kill him war airships will have to 1 Ale

: alliance with America Is hailed with carry weight If they are to destroy .t q'lib

:' 1 enthusiasm In China. Thus far on armies. CHARLES BLUM
& CO:
't' this side of the Pacing there baa been the r.1II
i no scramble to get on the Chinese- Fortunately for babies William ,

t.f !Jr. American band wagon on the part of Is a name that U likely to be In style '

eJther.MtlTaft Mr, Bran, Mr. Cua- for a good many yean to come. :T'a.cksoc.: .ville. 517-519. W. Bay St. Florida:

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I mAST COAST ADVOCATE TITUSVltUC; HA. OCTOBER 2, 1908. 3 .

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Cards. NOTICE OF ELECTION. [NOTICE OF ELECTION TITUSYILLE FLORIDA. heat nor ('olll-oulYl'arn alone-but tiered j

S is lOUR ERRATIC[ SENSES[ lining of the eyelids can feel I

r>EO. J C. BOBBINS scarcely anything but cold. The I'

TUB!: SHKRHrr (hIP ItllKVARlCOUNTY. I'A Favorlto Spot In a Favored mouth 5 i* every one knows can enjoy

). AND' COUNSELOR 'VH under the, THK<' I. fJI<*LTl'RIC OF1 IIW7, TO or the but of Florida.' I Secton-The Famous East ten or coffee at a temperature that i
ATTORNEY on titutlon of 114130, of tbe.
AT-LAW. I State f rl"r''"... "J paws three Joint 1$. IT Kxowx, That I. H, TLAY CRAW FORD. I Coast of Florida.ONTHEBEAUTIFUUNDIAN. Some of the Curious Facts Recorded would give treat pain to the hands or I
Rejolntlunj propiHilnic amendment to the (:'>.- Secretary of the Slat nf lorl.la, or the Stale of tile aame henuy gi I v* r.tt
a
Ill practice In State and United State wsre agreed to by a vw, of thWS'wfth.' of all sits I by Physiologists. _
members i"1"p.u'jftoriwhl'oiiB' i that the Totem I UKMUAL ELECTIoN : / RIVER
(Qourt. on said
He"ulutlu"l' AN ANGRY LION.
were entered upon| .
will his
h.'ln
' Uialrrmiwetlte Hrevar.II.'ollllt t, State, Florida,
lounml.
5it Office at TITUSVILLB FL.L. ...." with yea* and na,. Ion Tnriiday not lUt-cmMling the flrat rfonday In
thul.on.aDd th." dl direct PHENOMENA CF SOUND.
th. oslO. Joint! Uwmhulmm he ml.inltteU ui tint November, U. IWi,the*..Id Tu..a"Uy belnK till I Tli. tow of TUusUUe Is situated on THE Movements That Always Precede the

N QAULDEN elect November<>.. ot the lies.Stat ** Iii* OeU<>ri11 Eluot'011' 'In Timti I)AY or NOVIMMIK the Florida Bait Coast Hallway. 154 Animal's Sprlrs.A S

Now TiiVnKKOiiK, I. If. ("LA V (CRIWFOIU. For, Five rr* I ld: ntlat Elenlor. mil** south of Jacksonville, 145 mile lion's first sign of anger are as.
and the Lowest Nottsof
of Mice
Secretary of HUte' of Ropreaeniaitv, from Uud Squeals
th the
I BUM of Florida, d. 'ongressiinsh(
212 irUles
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW hereby give notice that a Dlatrlct of Florida. In this 8IaI1.lIn l Control I I north of Palm Beach, and an Organ Are Inaudible to Some follow: Its tall rapidly twists from

of:: I'nltrd Kiatet. north of Miami. Th TVuavlUe bran side to side, the bottom slightly raising
Will practice In all the Court) of tli* BUM OHNKUAL ELECTION (fcivernor of the State of Florida.Hoc I Per.oni-Pscutiarlties of the Dll-
and th* United Btate Courti. to re i ary: of Mate of the Sin e of Florida.' of tbe defunct Jacksonville, Tampa( & and the Mack tasnel" at the end beating

florid, will be held In etch county In Florida on Tuv*. "u AttonteyOeieral i. of the State ol f lorlilat'omptrol : Key West Riallrosd now controlled by cats 8ns of Smell.If the air. It lower Its head more
JIoK,23lI. TITV9 VILLE.: rI &. er of this MUM of Florida.
I
1.0 ber day,next A. I).lucoeeillUK lw, the maid the Tueday flrat Monday.Iwlug In th Noteui* "I> Treasurer of the:r'lf.;:: : Florida I t.he. Florid East Coast Railway Co. jou *Lua.' tin' )'If' >'ou wt'nk."l1 than tidual"' and growls, at Interval
Siiwrlnt OtIs Stat of FloruU runs your oii8o! of 11\ urllll//.. Try it ith n
J. WEBB, TIIIHO HAY OP NOVUMIIIMI For CoiuuilaBloner of Agrlcull-ur of the Stateof I I terminal point of that branch Th rare watch and the iVMiiltI1I Hurinlatf jou.If coi
C ATTORNEY-AT-LAW for the ratification or njertlon of the Mid Join For Florida two ,Inmloeiof the 8iipni Court of the I several trains arriving da4Iy from you sip u ulns of cull water you- and lowers ltd enrd" the movements of
Resoillt on. prop.ml.itf) aiiien.luieut to IhB Con State of Fhiilil*. I I! and Sanford during theI tbo toll lucreniilmr alt the time."
Will practice In the Courts of the 7th itltutlon of the elAte of Florida vial l>'or Railroad Coiutulanloiivr uf this HUt vf. Jacksonville will Increase for a short time jour* At the time of charging-that Is,

rcult. Tares paid for Dou-re.ldentll Florida WiKie* I season, |H \or of VtStt/ Fur Senator froiu the Utli Senatorial', ,
: As the countr seat of Brevanl! coun
it d rents sod accounts collected. I IITI18VILLH I A JOINT KKBIHTIOXpropoi.lnii. an amendment niatrlot. ol Florida vror I I I with water, you ,\'111 grimily treunth- lu tbe air until It U. almost vertical the j'
:. FLORIDA to Section Mne (9)) of Article r lye ot the of the HUt of h"h.rihs.ForeounWJuIhgs. I en jour souse of smell. black tassel continues to move the
Umntluitlim of Florida relating to judlcwUK Jail bulldlnf. with rarely over two, or
IIlIlarlo'... Many sluiilur curlunx fuels nliout tillS ears nro flattened completely, and the

TEPIIES' E. FOSTER, IT RKSuLVKII UV TIIR LKOIHLA11 BK OF Tile to Clork of tly th3sioi&tgI5ts.|. l t animal come tow aid you at a slow .r'

STATS OK Kl.llhlOATh : .> County AaMMor T...... 1000. Illness Is .so rare, that one doctor There In u uiultlluJo of souinln\ .auiU trot then" at a gallop( and finally;
t Section Mue ii of Tax (;Oll"r. la town finds lime to act arj .,J
( ) Article Five (51) of the ample for Instance
In the world' day
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW 14 o\oiy < springs forward with mouth and
CoiiHtltntliiii of the HUM. ol lorlda be and the County ttuiwrintendeut of I'ubllo 11I.lr"oI, open "
name h.. Shun j Justice of the Peace and Notnf T' which cnnnot hour lioe>'t'r cloliey
i
I > r< by auiendud a* to read.a*lullow, WI extended claw 11
Jyal-Upchurch Unlldlng! Jax. I vllol __.or. County Treaanrwr. I II lie. besides attending to his sound lust
be. i\cry uiut a
shows th..se'nrlou't
('IIIOt Si .. I wily Hornet line It .
Hwtlon Nine ((9) 'J he salaries of JII.t..... ot roes' r. I
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JACKSONVILLE FLA. the Bupreine sits. ,ii, Circuit Judi ,, Judge, Fly cVuntv t ..i of ( ilmlnHl, ( ouru of Itoooid f.I1a: : Ihree Meiuher. ol the County hit<."'tl of I '
I Beet 'l lo
the Legmlattire. S by : l-ul.llo! Inxtrnition< 'I I co hunting, the car. If It U nu extremely fs'< < prudence, but It never charges with }

-\ A. STEWART: : 'I'hut the forKoliit( anipmlinent of Section For Juatlce ol th:* I\uuxi In and for the f.ill.iw-. Around Tltusvllle are a number i soinul It must hint iulte two socoiulu out showing them. When the tall.rises

I Miiei Florida'<9))la of hereby Article I agreed Flv:: (ftof to, and tHeCoiwtltiitlon the mini I shah o..t Inn .limtlce N.,..IMntrlcU,9is.vm< N.... i fine orange 'groves and vrgetsb'ifarms. : ore cauuot boar It. Hut. no matter< the hunter" run< bring his rifle to the J

FIRE INSURANCE. be nubiiiltt to this elertor of the HUU. for ap. I II how bug It lust, we cannot lieur It If shoulder, coil await his opportunity. In ,

i.Q.;. Represents only strong and reliable proyal Keprewiutatlve or rejection at lioruaftur the next, an mineral required electloiof by 2 1\ f s 13-U Here Is virtually the head of the Indian It U. a very loW or It tery hlsh. imte. I hunting a man who, Is on his guard Is J

Q.to I4ttctli thite (i)of Artio 5 8uvenu> (17) of said 4 hiS River, and the favorite JOInt for nxtremvly Hiunll niilmnlit omit smca. worth four. ':
companies.Office LX>n>tltutlon.JOIVT ,
For (\",.tahle In aIlJ< for tlirf 4 fo hiwlng Jimt Ire ntUn out and ctartlnr of nUmerun high noteii that \\o uetcr henr tlietn. A rhnrRO ls extremely" dangerous, al. .,

coiner Palm and. Pine Streets.TITUSVILLE DlatrluU vmNo 801110 1'-tll,11I> | cannot es't'U lienr the inrmt always fatal when, unexpected: ;,
11d *. NOD. N,,.. cruising parties during' our balmy win ,
FLORIDA. UKSOt.UriON 1 hi quenl of mice. Tho lowest notes of either liecaimo of tbo dense vegetationor
proposing| an amendment Ii ter months; as everything necessary to
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to Article Twelve of' th,:* cVmntluitliin:: of ; 7 II niero ruuibllntt nolwos to 1
an 01 Kim uru other ('n u"", ,,.)ut If you sea the animal
) acht
the equip pleasure
BUM or Florid relative to education to be 3 8 13 oomfortiftly a ) ,
1'\ JARRV O. UTLEY, known as Section HIjiMmi of said Article, pro- 4 iiI can here be obtained at the most reasonable most |"I"'plt'. nml BOIIIO cnnnot hear getting rady light Is useless.Ptand .
tiling: forth* 'levy uf a sie'iel tax for the cupprt.PalId InIn them ut till. Tile to
: \ 3'our'grOuuil. only thing
oahiite.iguice, of the Unlvirmtv: ofle ToHtlinony Wh..I. I have hereunto price? This Is evidenced by {
htato of I It In by uienim of the extermil' ear we do In. to keep cool and trust lu
Florida,thin Florida r eiualeCollnKe al't my Imiid and Hlllxwl the hood hItch your '.
I'HVSICIAN A SURGEON. this ImtltiiM for the: Hllnd:Deaf and Dumb:,am [L.B.J] of the Mute of *lorlda al TallabanKW, the fact that the sam parties have Jiidne the dlrwtlon from .which noutulconieH. weapon. If yon have no confidence Injoitmelf !
: :
the Colored; Piormal, ttcliiHil.MB th* i ,, tbl tint of
aplml. tue day Sop.| been coming here annually\ for many ,.
a. clock
1 plncojour
8tOl1< fncliiff .
IT BKKOLTKIl HV umlwr, A. I) IWIM.H. It In prudent to avoid measuring -
TITUSVILLE:, FLORIDA. crate OK thiS H.IMIIDAI LKIIIKLATI OK TUK CLAY: CRiWFORn.. winters for that purpose In preferenceto ImiuU III front of your OHM. with your strength agnhidt, these anlmnls. -

That the following amendment to Article To J. P. Hi own, ShorllT Rrevard S creury County of Hum. any other point long the East tho iiiilnm< turned back. close! your cyen; .-Exchange.Ovnalou: .

Twelve of the Coimtltutlon of the fILets of *'lor- CoHt. you will then think the clo'k In behliul ,(
Ida to lie 'known a* cectlon Id of ald Article, be
GENERAL DIRECTORY. and, I the name Ii hurnhv airreed to and ahall IwubDilttodto : Order to Appear To the southeast of Tltusvllle 4s the you. *.

the eleo Urn of the tttaM at the wide sweep of Bait water" bay (about Why rnu souiu onhunln smell more
If have !been
S next eenoral election of Itenrentiiitatlveii, to lie jou ever annoyed by a
held in the year lOrt.forraiitl.>Htloiiorrojtloii8eo. : six miles In width), formed by the waters keenly tUnn others? It In a question of too rnterpilsing barber, you will ap i

U. 8. SENATORS. 19. A special Ux of one irlll on the dollar 1IKKVARU COfNTY of the famous Indian River. Here the space with III the nono cnpublo of predate tho little Incident that left .
P. fallaferro..... .......... .Jacksonville of all taxable prourrty In the tttaM nhail INCiKCnfCOlTKT thin In i
Mallory, ... ........ .... ....... ..Tenuoola.. levied auoitallr for thi.*iipporiaDrtin. ..liueianu of the University of sin HUt of Florida, the Martha I.. rlmtn anil Jalnu')) and rowing can U. B..CONGRESSMEN. Florida Female (Collere, the luntltuM lor thiS LuiiUkiu. iierbi ank Clark..... ......'.... *.. ,.,..Lak Cltv. Hllml: Deaf. and Dumb:: soil this Colored: Noriia V8 f Order to "J'I"ar.' heart's cot tent of the most fastidiousvortimaft. Inch. In doff unil uumt maiuuinU It Having shaves the customer, ha ran
M gparaiuau ..Tampa Hchnol which hall he paid in to the St..... Julio Thompson| et al. J la very much larger Tho 1'011'01110 hOI his hnnd over the man's head and said!
m.B.Lamar..::::..:::,:.K,.., ...:Moutlceho: Treaaurer and srI apart hy him to this credit ToJolmTlionimonof, of smell. Then coiucs man.nml .
of the Stale Board of Kducation to lie aiiuortloned Ulcer| BaniluokT: Ohm l lo; On the ocean bench: nearly In a direct no Bcnoo Insinuatingly 'I'htiive
U. S. LAND OFFICE.f. and llnianed| of for the hunt-He of said hattie H. I h'i i.ii poon, It..Illil II. 1110111111111Harry : Also tltie. monkeys, whulea hind all "
line of Tltusvllle\ I I.. Canaveral a hair trim today sir?
C. hlllahe; east ,
Tlioiupnon,
5, Chibh I lntitiitlon a< 11",1 the Thoinpoon
.. .. req bv art c..Unl.nd
jeld. Warreu.:..::..:: : :: ::. f.. ::::::Keoelver Register.( : tilMlntalnl I | the: aituie, known a* Chapter: B.IHI
OrHce at Galneivllle, Florida. die Law of Florida, appioveU June: B, 1UUB.: loorga ;W. riiiiiipnon Ibonipaoii.: ivarl j.IJo'I': ;:: : |'*:::, acres of land. This property! Is owned feeble smelling power.'ltcn people "Yesj: It looks pretty long." S

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT.poleon Knuwaxdllll .ui II Kr..uwi, bAr luiclmii.l| and talk of vulture scenting dead %'eil, how Is the boss. barber en ,
of the most prominent
'B. Rroward ...Goveinor<< JOIST RKStlimoX proponliiK, an amend sIn kiinliw, Anna Lose'ii\ lC I',nina llinuipwiu: .lohn :lhou.-; : |.- by some bodies they iniiko< a mlMtuku. Lion, hair trimming Is he pretty good?"
i< < | on and Have Tlminpinii, who
: residents of
:: ::: :s:; wealthy Doston coins
:
'
S CUyCrawfora .. cUrjrof HUM: HI-IK to Mootloii rhlrty Hire ol' Article Five ot Hot Marion, ohIo Wllhelmiim, Weytnil ndFdwm tigers solved, etc., can scent them at "
5,V. Knott.......n ..., .... ..... ..Treaucrer. the Constitution of lurlda, relating. to sstab.hishnents : 8 WayanU I IMT IniMlmnd, of h1eaterl'siitbnylvaniah south J.o hunt very winter. Ye'a bets pretty good all right Dut
5.". Kllln. ...... ..... .....AttorneyUeneralonioC ol (Court. .. long dlKtnuccB but vultures depend on why"
Croom .. i HoiiryN. 1.0.v Harry O Lee The cool refreshing health-giving
.. ..
Coinntrnller I of
K. McLIn......" .'::CiiramlMloner; ; j' Agriculture: lilt IT HKROLVKII HV TUB: LKOKLATURB OK TUB: sod Dent t).1b>iiiponof Coluiulm, Uhlo. their BOIIHU sluht. Well, he trimmest" my hair yesterday -
5. W Holiowa. ... ...Bupt.. fulillo Instruction sTATS: OK FUIH1IIA You are hereby required tit appear In trs oeone laden breezes wafted! aoro s from The sx'iiHO of smelt In' exceedingly delicnte. "
-Philadelphia I/edger.
Clifford It. ...OIter,...... ..AclJutant-Goneral That the following amendment to Ruction Clerk Olllue of Oils noun at lltuiivillu<; Florida the Atlantic Ocean and the broad bay, If one ouueo of musk worn divided
Bradford,. .. .. Thirty-rive! of Article Five if the ConitUutlon to the lull of 0 y*. ROM, .......:'.:' ..'..'.....Burvejur-Oeneral, .State Chemist: : of t lorlda I I. hereliy agreed to and hall lie l>ro.tKiaed ahovscane dir lmrtll.1.ii- or -luiirla.---.-, .,.n-- .M.__.m..._<__as." are one of the most enjoyable featuresof luto 15.0UO,000)00) ) parts ono of
"....Am"" .... ... .. .. ....Mtate Kaamln..r. ana -ubniltted to the elector of the 14i.ale theKtb day .;fi"'uiher. win.1 this phenomenal location these lutlnltesliual parts would bo perceptible Some Heights In the CstskHls.
,lOltiees at Tallahai8UPRKMK ...., Florida. for approval or rejection at the next general 'I'hlo..l"r will lie publlnheil this EAsT COAsT Tbe height of some of tile tallest and
election lierealter that I* to any, laid Hootlon AimxuTK, at Tltimvill. riorlila. onu e.oU There Is a large. area of primeval by the nxernuo person's Ih COURT JUDGES. Thirty live of anl Article Hall Iw auiehiled *o wok for four oonMoialvi' week. forest and prairie land beyond the On tho other bond many people have most Interesting mountains In the
I. Division' A. 0I to read a* fulliiw i Done and ordered at the Clerk'. Office Cntskllls I* as follows: Slide mountain

Irnraa" M. SharklHf.irrt. .... .... Chief Jtlntlo Section Sff. No (Otinrt other than hereinanmllteit at'llUMvllle, Florida. till* 1 HUh day of northern southern and western boundaries no "ower James II. WbiiftelU Rulwrt B Cockrell. shall beentah,lalied In thus State, n. [US.] .""....t, IINM. of Tltusvllle, awaiting the advent such as mlKDonette vanilla violet. and Black
Thomas
Dorne. 4.004 Cole
slept that the Utghilnture : mountain
mav provide for the A. A. STHWART,
Lilvlilon R.rmmlrk nrontlnn and fiulilfnlimmit of the thrifty seWer to till the pninolc add.
of such adiltlon
8.075 Mount Cornell Peak
I William A. ; j.,tba. B.Farkblll. come hotness .rv, anil lor the apiMjIutnient bv this Pert of the tonifuo appreciate o' Moose mountain, 3,875; the Witten.
FLORIDA lovernnr and continuation by thin Heuat LEGISLATURE.
additional l 1 otrcnltJviliiMii thernrnr who different avoI'L At tho tip we per
< ** tcrnn ProclHiiintlon.
M. Hudson ]Miami. ... .... ......Senator of otliua and L'eneral jurlxllution ihall !<' this turkey and deer hunting to suit the ctlvo tastes at the alden Peak 3.800; Toother mountain, 3,800;
best
ole l H.Jon,a, Tltunvllla ,...Rapnwentativ aain* aa I is hareln" |irnvl<:led for this circuit: most ardent buntsman.Tttu sweet Wlndbam High Peak. 3,034; North
jiidKtti h"raln, provlilnil for and acid tastes and ut the buck bitter
already bay ;;
CIRCUIT COURT. clothe any Railroad ComnilHlon:: with Jiitilolsli.ower. ACCOIM) iVOB! WITh '11110 () >INACK8of ..vill4 'bas vhelled streets electric tastes. BubHtaiH-c must 1m dissolvedIn mountain. 8,450; Overlook mountain,
'norS.Jonex TltjyII1..Circnitjudgn.: I In all matter uoiuiectod with the fnllo- IN the 'Town of TltmvlllB, I, H. It. \\llnon, reliable 3.300; Plaatersklll mountain 8,200 On-
lights a bank a mammoth : ;
It.Jones, Oratio.I .,... "rosecutiug; Attorney.: thus of their oltlo*. Mayor of.ald Town, hereby. Inmie toll my order to lilt tainted and a dry morsel

' ?SlrlngTermyourti*ll ter&u-J'ourt;; tunodty: in March. proclamation, calling) an saw mill employing about ISO In a dry mouth has no flavor. Thin 1" teora mountain. :!,OBIS.

,, Tuesday In October. AXNtIAL ELECTION men ; several flue brick 'blocks and why mnokcm cnnnot taste well. Their
1 ha vote* cant In compliance with laid
COUNTY
propound
SCHOOL
BOARD. Motion of the
o :R. Walker. amendment*, and this oanvana, deWarailiini : to he held on the 4th Monday I In October A. I>. evety tore In tbem occupied by up- mouth gland, which manufacture- Sun
Superintendent. .... ,Tltuvllle.uber and the Owing to the revolution of the earth
re.urn theraof. shall lie aulijuomd to IIIMIIItIlnjC /ilih dav th..r..r. at the CoTlrIUIUM to-date merchants a Board of Trade tobncro.Very
; tbo I
.-R, B. Arnold. ]\falabarl) O. B, Blnglo- the -ama reirulatlon, and reHtrlotlona. aa are provided ), fllr the pnriHmeol eleotliiif. live, nan pnralyced by the neenis to make Its circuit .
"nun dally
ton, Coooa j A. J. Carter, Turnbull. by law for general electiun, In tin State I One Miyor.Tbre five .white churches large fisheries. hot or very cold thing are scarcely '
1 Alilurnien.On around ui which'of Is not
of *croix "", course
COUNTY tanning extract and fiber all. wont to get
COMMISSIONERS. Clerk anil rreiourer. a palmetto tasted, nt If you ;
,) n. A. ('?nMln chairman, Tllliuani; J. ]M.ini IN TK8TIMOVY WHKRKO. I lie,. line Maivhal and O..I1"'to'. factory, an ice factory law and ra| the/best lluvor from your food It must the cliHO. But the sun 1 Is revolving/
I \ T'tuvlllej' ; John H. Mint, Iniilaoola i bervunto net mv hand and. Kilned this One Amien'Or nl Taxed. about Its center quite as truly Cs the
:;; Koblnaon, City 1'OIDtl 'I". J. Coclulmtt. LiJeKular -) [ftKAL] u"t i Heal lit the HUM of Florid' at And I liernby ammtnt A. A. h Itetliea.I lji J. "Nir.ton estate tffflce, an opera house, a well- bo at some temperature bet\\,1'1J W en till In. It was one of tboonceptlousvf
a ('" Talluhanane the Caplial, tblr twenty and J. M. O sIo.n siis I,ectos's of c.tlonand organized band shooting! club large and 05 decrees.
Hfth day of July, A. l). Uloid. .. that most remarkable Sir
teuloni are held lint Monday III each U 1. Mandevllla I clerk thereof. i how tho nina, Job.it
II. CLAY CRAWFORD, A mans meshing uf this cltlionn: uf the town U I and eomlorta.bJ8oteJ.a.) ,!, besides a Every one know easily herschel, that tbe whole solar system
BnKVAED COUNTY OFFICERS. Secretary StaleS nereuy, called to meet at the onnrt-hiiiiM on number of boarding houses In various nermeiof I ,sight In deceived by optical
Tutiriday evrnl r ai7 :Wi p. ui., rui'xir 1,1\1(11I.( bud motion In space'and was advancing .
R.Wipo-:: : i' ou Judie.S for the iiiiriiiiM) of niimln..tinif: sill oniier, *. parts of the town. purxles.: liut, a curious deception In toward In the heavens
IlcUitien :::: : a point
Titusyill ;, .: .. rros AttS : H. \\1L1MV. practiced on u'* all throughout our
A. S..art... Tituevllle,. .. ..,Count' CiscS Mayor of ritnivllle. The facti M presented should have tienr the star llercule Sir John's con
115 ... N'Otlto CoiitractorN.FIRST. ) IIv/I arid It.
over perceives
,I ltal. Tltll19l11e. ., ...Tac: A..s..r. no one
a tendency to direct the attention of liold
w 1 Idea
hail. CC"IJtlol1-u an as ever entered
Titusyllie .T&x (toilector. There I III blind In the where
'hu HenryS Tittisyille.I;:'::;: :: :::: : : prospective visitor to our a spot eye
It. Walker TItuyIIie ...Trea.urer. NOTICE HKRFRV fJIVEN THAT Jon PKIVTINa of all kind done at many cosy the optic nerve enters.. In everythingwe the !human mind-Is pow generally -

0. Priex, '' .. :' : : ::(.Soperintiiniient.. Surveyor.: Board of County <;toniilooh.iiers (ifHrevard this office at reuooable rt.s. Olvf town. In making their plans for the look ot/ therefore thero In a ,little Mcccpted. by astronomers and the

.P8.Iivown' '. .. ... .... ..' er. county, lorlda: will rirelve pro.poshs '11'1 D tcr. I opinion I I. julte uulveroul among tbom
a >orwood; Tltuivllla i :,Registration; UltloerTITUSTILLK up to thefithiif October, isis, at Uo'cf.n kIIIKrecording us a share of your work. Jl'Op where we see uotblnx. Hut Dip one S
., U,.. to no.alr and relD.KI..I this 'ollnty .r"I' bnUd. We Jiav a fine Masonic Hall In i In swore of It, because It t ban< been the- that tbe entire system Is tracing out a
) TOWN COUNCIL. I tAl plan and niwclncatlon' on Ills Vherre Indian curvilinear path In a course
River IxxU I space
n. R. wjl ,on. mayor .1. 70. marshal In the Clerk' Olllce of Ilievard oOlln.,. Flornta Titusvllle. j ease since we first opened our eye*.
WaIler
I ,,); tac,: fon"*<"'I, J.P.WIUon, clerk anti, treaa- Such propoaltionit" or bid to be ealrd and No. 90. A.M.-Indian River Chapter In eNi.ltnntlng dlntanco wu Judge by around' some mighty (renter probably
.
I'J ,r; Henry, tax axueawiri O. A. Stewart, marked proposition* to repair the county jail. SEEDS. Royal Arch Masons Friendship I the In walking. at Ilerrules,
n. Ii. T'trhard P. J. Hall and F. bullnlnK of ....va'lICIllntl., Fla., and handed or ; experience we gain
,) i.Ouiey ftftierweo l The oounuil me.u lint mailed to the Clerk of the Circuit (onrt MI that Chapter No. 11, Order of Bat-tern Star: The eye Itself cannpt Judge dlHtances.
"wilay: |Q each month. 'It will be received liv the (lerk on on Iwfor* the BUttBETS UCOS SUCCEED I ISPCCIALOFFER is j Qjod
IJ Bth day of October tiNs at M o'clock H. and Tltusvllle Camp No 141 Woodmen A near Mil nml n distant mountainwill Enough to Charge For.

., TITUS VILLII' BOARD 01' TRADE. prouonltloniiliall rrltl" bonlflde blddors; : of the World, and Indian River each form an luiHge of tbe lame When William) H. Scott was man-
''. ] and ucli 1 bid shall b* accompanied by Kopd anilufllrlent jla<. *. bs J '.M.lh''ln J. u. ., president| J M. Dixon tre...- I bond double, the: .mount of the bid:: for scUm you gar prmauoteiutonMrII f Lodge No. 103 Kn g/hts of Pythias, size on ito eye. We know till mountain aghig clerk In the earjy sixties for the

*day i JiflV1: In each" oretry month, at M their eta II8 The Hoard of ('mllI'omnll..lonertlwill
UK Blunt =f*pl aim receive propon| athens from reliable con .1 1** n fcik A van.n la all./ Also a city telegraph office and express '.
tractor to repair and remodel the County Jail 6ItJ..4JrTEU' Te PL""L jmtii. Hut wo ran often make an estimate away No member of the firm was In.
.1o mlldlnR In accordance with sail plan and \Vrtto to-4yt ,Mention ,this Paper 'delivery; a carriage and wagon of In curious Accordingly, Mr Hcolt with some hesitation
kkkL&AA4 60 YEARS' iipeUni'atlim* alMiv mentioned. The work to he 'hop' and a tin and _h et Iron shop. distance. a way by
dun* 'by this EXPEDIENCE the wcnnd of thMhotloe, shall The East Coast Advocate 1s published -
Mrtlun they Ute
fo Mr. CIl'\.IRIII. In he
focus came /
CENTS' A near object we must bulge
the t mount they will charge day for overneelnic -
or uonduotlnv this work per and furnllilni( 105mw......_. ,...1.<.MS _..skIn...I.alll.tE every Friday morning, and by a the lenx and to focus a distant Objectwe explained 1 tlio c'irc
all :labor on silt I hthihhig.: and Klv this le. Kthor .1 Sends. Saofltsi pant aId.b..4 5.qOh.c...4Ik PIs.4.0:<5 !;!,. glance througn fW advertising' columns iniiNt flatten the len*. The amountof sit him the o(>lnloll. )Ir. Cleveland

( thneln which tbe'lrol"10| oompleM' the I t MIIMM '.. you can easily see who airs the prom I- looked at him with smile and then
muscular n <
**ld work 1 labor used In doing thin
tine The Hoard reserve the all Hunt under this blil..,... H. W. Buckbie .ui'::, oW.1Jl. neat merchant of our town-men whn gives im, an l lies of the distance of the rend It with care. "Humph." said he;
tn or proposition or
reject any
r.1
ubmltteiLCo. ; are up-to-date( citizens, and wbo object, 'pretty poor opinion but It will do to

-'S. T"ADE MARES ( Com. Heal) ft. A. CONKLITO. asking for your patronage Read the A man seeus much thinner In dark chaiga."New York Times.
Chairman: rf Hoard of County: C 'rvT' COPYRIGHTS Dcsuess' AC.Ps : Urevaid County Florida.Atteit ada on every page very carefully, than In light clothing. All. black things

n I Sample copies of the Advocate will In fart smaller than white A Caustic Reply.
::; k d '' uppenr
; :
:, ::ar: ,:. :: A. A. Btemirl, Clerk. 3-4
:: :\ : I be sent, free, to any part of the Unit. thing of the unme n\re.\ An Imagi" re- A gentleman once said to a barrister
I'I; ::r.r.J.1ir &BGof'::;;)
ad State upon application. maims on the eye for dome tltno after "That wan a very good germon of your

,, ... :.' :' :: !';, ':t. '''1 Application for Pardon. The Sterling Hotel Is practicallynew looking st an object. If the thing In father's today." To wbkh be replied

'sc i without cC.,. .in theCkiitIfIc 0 FOLEY'SHONEY having been entirely re-built, very bright tbe linage remains a longtime "1""*, He Dlllllt have cribbed It from

.nrncrIan. aud sometime look Hut tbu fattier overheard
many more rooi added dining room If you directly "()Ute one.

A SlntIo'ndonmsl! IIInttt.\ wewhl,. T r-"t elr. mAKE.1. nrst NOTICE Thnnday THAT-November.I WILL. A. I)OV. IWM THE, or enlarged, piazzas erected and all moi-: at the sun you wllf carry the Imago this remark and reminded him that the

"n: ?: mnT"> lu..q.oec. l-Mirnal. 1*rmi.. l> a. .a om thereafter... lOla, be beard apply' of It n round wttb you (or days. Bible says, "Tbe ox knoweth hi* owner
liiir" ? t. autUbrali n* for a pardon for Ion a* Williams, who was con- Color blind have dtf/ectlve nnd tbe bid master's Thl
people a < ass crlh
& CO.30lDlHdw.,. New York lutml at the spring term of the Clroult toilet, keen completely refurnished &ooom-
Breech. om... 4126 I' BLo Wuhimgiuih 31.L: f or Hrevard o..unty..n r!na. They confuse different caustic< reply silenced the barrister.
intent to commit munli-f. Anyone desiring notes and curiously tbe confusion of London Telegraph.
icy then b* beard on. tli* merits ol lbs appllca- The Tltusvllle Livery. Stable baa a6ae green blind people differs from the

l>.UIe t1<">. WILLIAM C. HODGES lot of borses and rigs, and pays confusion of red blind people. Color The Rapid Rise of Clivo.

County Land For Sale. Attorney for Petitioner.NOTICK. I The original special attention to the tourist and the strengthen the sense of taste Roil, ap. The evidences of Cllve's genius, ..aldLord

For sportsman pies and tomatoes and strawberries Curzon.: were Incontestable In

sale, cheap, the northeast quarter S LAXATIVE cough remedy. The Tltuivtlle Graded High School and green pickle. htsts better than the nine jvars he bad risen from being a

outhe,iit Quarter of sections, town baa an efficient corps of teachers, all selfsame vegetable and fruit when poor lull unknown clerk 'to be one of

'ip 38, south of range 41 east; close to For cough colds throat and lunjf of whom bold 1IMlt' -ad. teachers' certlfcate they are paler. the most fatuous captains of his own

S K. Wood's pineapple plantation on "I\.TOTICJ\ : 19 IIEB BY GIVEN THAT SIX troubles. No opiates. Nonalcoholic.Good *, and bas a school term of For feeling wo hare a variety of or any other ago. -

Lacle Illver; 40 acres 1month. after data I will present my ao- for every bod,.. Sold everywhere. eight month. Her the children are nerves Home spot on tbe "rtkln fed
count and vonchT la abe stats nf Caro> 1
AIIO, th. northeast of north- line Chandola to B. H. llwm. Count Judge: of The genuine chen instruction and prepared for college pain, some wsrmth some cold audIt His Early Struggle. :
quarufr Hnvard County,and IIi ok for dual di.tliarg,. simple touch. The tip of thefln'r
courses under good sacral m.1 about
quarter of section 18 township 38 rOLEY'S hONEY and IaK* f IS IaaYellowpackage conditions "Tell me your early struggles,
J. L. CARKUTHERH.Ezoutor.. has
a pinch better sense of "
'Jth i and association. grandpa"
of 41 Kef u*.substitutes.
rang. east thfork of
; on .o S S touch *
I.uele Tb. ralirthoratis another hotel opened than tbe forearm or the check Oh, I never bad no early struggles.
River; 40 acres. Apply to S Prepared only by nut tbe cheek and the forearm
ik 10 TltusvllU. K |II nicely located near are Jar Johnny. I allus took things jest as

CHI, n. WALT JT, 5,- OLD NEWPA
Tltusvllle Fla. Cheap aft hi)* office. For sale bjr Tltusvllle IMmrniacy. with every ctnvenioraceS vf the eye wa can, .tej kItber..tuc!!, hal S





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Jams PBITOHABD. President; F. B. D.ATT'.I' < Vlce-Pt,
to
PotTHASTEB GENERAL MKTEIt' Rival Organizations. Letter to C. H. Walton. R. W. HAILK, Assistant Cashier
EAST (COAST ADVOCATR.waILTaoPanALDRVUTIDTO circular letter to the postmaster The man who had been keeping hisseat "7Yt.llk. Fla.

of the United Stated, urging them In a Lexington avenue car the Dew Sir Tbe real teat of a paint I.I STATE
Ta. Darl4OTMUT to confer with the school author!. Beats of which were well occupied by how many square fet will/ a gallon of INDIAN RIVER BANK
o. rHIl IIDIAI arras, LAID women spoke at last to the woman It covet? And all the paints swear they
ties short talks t as to and who bad 300 feet two coats. Mildly
WDITN.UII' 11110.1114'110'I'I0.1. hanging ou to a strap cover square
bow toaddrers letter, and describIng beeu eying him latently for some time they prevaricate. COUNTY DEPOSITORY ,

IUSLIauk1. .:VKRT FBIDA.T. the scope of the postal service, "I know I ought to get up and let Li II. Fercbaud, builder. 1108 Dupre "'" Authorized capital, $ I ut,,cc
has two very practical ends In view you have my seat, madam" he said, St, New Orleans, covered 1900 square G..,- Paid up capital $250
feet with three gallon Dewoe-. last year;
Entered st the rontotttce .t Tltunvlll Florida. ,. It will\ fit the children for perform. but I'm pletlgpd against that sort of and paints all his job Devoe Thai's Average deposits, $200,0

u .Moond-clius) natter.CBASLBI ing properly an every day duty thing .1 have just joined the 'Sit Still I bow the tale gets to us .
and if It Is thoroughly done will club' in organization we have formedIn He doesn't say whether one or two Transacts a General
H. WitTOit, Editor & I'rol|>rleu r. aid the dead letter office Immensely, Hftrlem and If 1 should violate the coats; If one, there's. nothing wonderfulIn Bantu
Member of the Florida ITBM A sooltlon.HABBV solemn obligation I took when I became If two, they roust have very small \
General eltti
4 I'ootmsnter. Meyer was 1& d
u member of that body 1 should to New Orleans, Bnsiness
former member of Canaveral Club be and held 1 Devoe doran't stop at 300 Get; but I'
to the
expelled
WILSON,.... Bupt Computing Room up execration -
lituivllle. and his recommendation of all other members" over COOl Most paints, we suppose, can I i Largest and Oldest Bank on the Rii!
be stretched to 300 feet, but Ibey'remhzbty .
lltusvill
} ( ,/1 Reading notice In local column, font |page was observed by our "That la. all right air." replied the thin; they I cover well 150 to .MO! Jacbaoge: ought and sold 'u all vorel0 :r
10 OMIU a UnaRsts postmaster Major F. M. Taylor, on woman "Y.u rnuutu mind my lookIng When N R Watkins, Loin Texas Countries, '0101
for dlnplsy sdverllnlng made known' on Friday morning last, when he give /: at you so bard lam a member of painted his house before took 13 gallons -
n application quite an Instructive and Interesting the 'Stand and Stare club' ; Dovoe 7 gallons, That show tbe Patronage treatmeutandevery appreciated favor Prompt connlHtni?rviea! silkp, rs1.
All adfertlKlng bone become due titer fire address to the pupils of the Titusvllle .. After which sue continued to stand etreuthof the paints. nrvsttve banking grained
r 01 advertisement, unless otherwise, W. B. McCluney painted a house In CORHE8POMt\T9' '
appearance School. lid stare! at him lu such a fierce manner oil
stipulated In contract rtrttos not known ton High Springs Miss, to test two pure Empire Trust' Comnanr
that he waved her IIr""Wl1.
will txrequired to I pay for advertising. In ad --. --- .. - finally pot up pants; one coat 6 gallons Devoe; tbe New, York, )I. 4i p
Into his neat rind said "I I'll The Atlanta National
guess resign
vanoa.DIsoontlDusnM. oilier coat 10( gallons <,f a New Orleans .Jl O _1 Jacksoovills.kFI ,Jnckeosvllk
1 of advta.mnetbemadeper- TOTAL August excavation on the from my club and. join yours right. oalnt. That shows tbe strength of tbe

(a sonally at this. office or by writing. Panama canal was 3,252,500 cubic now madam."-New York 1'resa /Surfaces differ ;. one take more, rr17Ui S VII I..E9 1 LA.
I of 1,963,814cubl another take less Devoe covets more .. ..
yards an Increase; ------------- -- ---- ------- --- --
The EAST COAST ABVOCATB U si.80 per an. yards over excavation for Mot Useful''' Tree than any other paints two to one In tbe fli.
of half tbe But bow manyIt .'
paint
4 barn I .li months TBeU TI Foreign Countries August, 1007. Col Goethals con. The carnahuba palm of Brazil Is saidto case don't know till we see the ."
covets, we
'' f2,00 per annum Hulmerl|>tl<>ni invariably I In tlnues to make every shoveller do be the world moat useful tree. It surface. TRF Fare ;s II!,

advance hit duty. The Colonel, who is now given to the people of that country; Yours truly,

trio writing to the ADVOOATB for Information In Washington, says he has all the everything Its roots; make from a drugs valuable to medicine-a cattle feed. 73 F. W. DEVOE A: COP :Lie JJ

} of any kind, the writer, will oblige"' by In laborer be needs, in fact, more blood purifier. Its timber takes a high S. Jan PiltcbaidAhooscllour Fr.om flrVbunha Nurseries ,giving greatest satisfaction to '>ui bu' J

Closing a .taml.e.I..ddre..d envelope. than he can use to: advantage Justat polish and la In demand by cabinetmakers dred. 01 customers In Fkrida They ales elMI'

this time, The sap becomes wine or vinegar Shoe Repairing grow, and they al 11\.ai)a bear fruit true to name of variety, ,

CbeCk.i'octeMesOrdemEt0..lh0Uld be made .. -- according to the way It Is pre- aD
paykbl toCBABLBS H WALTOK, proprietor. I do all kind of boot and shoe repairIng In planting !groves now, think of (be
fut
pared, and sugar and starch may also satisfaction in this !
THE dust the roads throughout Jas. Some 'nee
: on be made from the sap. The fruit of and do not forget It. Opposite TIJK SUCCESS OF YOUR INVFhTMEV

Address all oommnnloatlons the New England states Is several the tree Is used as cattle food, and a Pritchard A Son.:: ANDREW GIBSON depends the trees you plant. MAKE :NO MISTAKE, but come t
EAST COAST ADVOCATE:, inches deep In some places, nut It bears Is a fairly good substitutefor 'lltusvllle.Fla. 11.a1

TlTOSVILLB riXIBIDA.U owing to lack of rain. The Boston coffee From the pith of the tree for Reliable Trees to arrive at I II
Headquarters JKirtnS
e "1'he drought of Sep. i
l Record says : corks are made. Send the ADVOCATE: your Job Printing order. It hr
lumber is becoming almost as serious 11 don't we replace::them. :NO WHITE FLY. I
( 8. Department of Agriculture ... ''UNrei
at that of early July waa
.
Weather Ilureau-Jupiter, Fin There are predictions and prediotlons TITUSVILL.T: ADDRESS '
0 W. CONNER
of rain, but there Is no mois Prop'r. hit

Thefollowlngi: a oomparative statement fure In the air, but dust,, every. bee
of temperature and rainfall for tbe where:* \ Hotel Palmhurst TITUSVILLE FLORIDA. TANGERINE, *1.OR1DAOllR.OAlLYB.ACE tb,
4 week ending Tuesday, Sopt 20. 190S.DATB .- ..- ... .-. 'elU1
i -11007- ,
-
-
-IBOH- You need not pay five cents to '
MAX MIX. MAX. MIN. OF BUSINESS : .
,!t 23 81 71 H6 71 lend a letter to England after Oo- Now open Everything brand new. Elaborately: furnished. Spacious id IN ATLANTA WHERE WE I HAVE elen
B 24 82 75: CO 73 tober let, for an order has been Issued corridors.
Every room an outside one. Ventilation, plumbing and light KEN ESTABLUHED FOR MORCTNAM e
25 Sfl/ 71: SO 75 by'the Postmaster-Genera A QUARTER/ or A CENTURA AND VHtRWE'CA1IR"t / ,
it 757J 89 70 Ing perfect. 230: feet enclosed piazzas
26 80 date the ,
putting into effect on that AUMCH AND COMPLETE
80 85: 7\:
27 :Sire
ljG 28 87 73 85 "13'e postage rate of 2 cents per ounce, CUISINK TilE BEST- soo oFENc \ ESuotL'ER: $ aeen .
20 80 75 00. 77 applicable to letters mailed In this ow',
Total rain fall for the week 1.27 Inches country for the United Kingdom ot One acre of ornamental ground, surrounded by primeval palms Its Gl'r'eant<9atcs. ejU fit.. ,I2la' SAW MILLS\ ALL NoODWOR'e' .
Departdrefronknormalrainfsil for the : IdACHINERY QRAINTHRESHERBAtt KINDSlOF I SAWS,: BEUTINC... ..ANO MjU f\ ail
f Great Britain and Ireland. surroundings most conducive to solace, rest and recreation,
f week) plus 102Inches. Departure SUPTUES: OUR 5 MAMY, USANDS: 0 F'T>E.FFECTI.XSATISFIEDCUSTOMERS : ,
1 from normal rainfall since Januay ], '-- Accommodates 40. The Palm unt potter meets all trains. Rates CAN TESTIFY'TO.TrlE. ( MtRIT-S OF OUR.CnOODSWHICNARE r.

minus 6.00 Incbcl.ll4L. Coriots have at last fallenin reasonable. : UN&IJRl'ASStt FOR1QjJALlTY.. ANt CUANTITY OFWORK-T>ONk ads'iii)

v I P. HARDIR Official charge. New York and Pennsylvania, WRITE FOR .TALOc.UE.-Atm.TERMS" ; '

incalculable benefit I. N JOHNSTON, Proprietor. PHILIP TOWNSEND, Manager. Co H.I SOUTH V CtA Ing
-_ . - and were of besides subduing MA L5BY I.F 1tSYTH'ST..ATLRNTA" err
} to growing crops,
i DEMOCRATIC TICKET. the.big forest flres which have been i- B.,


t For President: destroying of dollars thousands of, hard upon timber thousands especially East Coast Lumber &:' Supply 1 Co IoiIe I

WILLIAM J. BKYAN. in the Adirondack section. Xe"IDI"

Star Mail Order HousePure
K For Vlce-PrcBldent;; --- --- Dealers In- eel!

[ v I JOHN W. KERN Da. S. WEIR MITCHELL joins Alex. ,
'ak
ander Agasulz, George Hill, the astronomer -
4 For l'realdentlal1leoLon!: : AND :BUILDING tbl
and Simeon Newcotnb LUMBER MATERIAL

I'H.. W.P. BAILEY BUTLER,, the Royal Society of England. :: r::!:' O:1EtNED: roe el I

ROBERT E!:. DAVIS They are worthy members of the SASH, DOORS AND BLINDS PAINTS, IN FACT, EVERYTHING 'Il I
I
scientific so.
most distinguished
GEORGE C. MARTIN, TO BUILD 'A HOUSE. 0,
I SAMUEL PASCO. In the English I speakingword Pure Food Whiskies, Wines, and Liquors.YOU hi'lie ''
Write us for special prices In carload lots direct from mill
'i For Reprebenetatlve. In Congress Second ... -- -..- -- _

: Congressional DlltrlctlFRANXCLAUK. THE "Lincoln Farm Association"has nor

I ; secured nearly $200,000 to pre. WILL FIND A COUPON WRAPPED WITIIIEACH QUART OK OUR .' LUMBER LATH SHINGLES: eel dl t
Lincoln cabin and farmat
the
'r For Governor: serve Whiskey By returning twelve of these coupons we will send you one quart ,. tel ,

lU ALBERT W. QILCURIiT. Hodgensville, Ky. The' sum FREE. BRICK, TIME, CEMENT, RUBBEROID ROOHNG. 'e\l\;
should be sufficient to keep the
For Comptroller: place in the style to which "Honest Write for Delivered Prlcel.NorD1an. n,1''-
I.t I IOs
A. C. CROOM.' Abe" was accustomed r S. ::aisyton
'
l For Treasurer: ---'--- Packed In plain eases. No marks to show contents. DAYTONA, FLORIDA. G
I .l
W. V. KNOOf. SINCE: )May 1, prosecutions in. "1110W. ,

t For Beoretary State: stituted by the Boston pollen under Express paid. 1'rioefor4gt.bottles. Raymond Rye . . . 300 NOTICE.N01ICR ,

a H. CLAY CRAWFORD the automobile laws have resulted One Star Rye. . . . .$ 2 50 Forsytbe Square. ... ? 3 gO .
,
in fines amounting to $7,579 The Two Btarltye. . . . . 3 00''Dual Club . . .. . . 400 i is hl'rebY'jt"hf'n that the following described lands will be sold] > toei
General
N For Attorney : penalty of recklessness piles up ata Three Star Rye. . . . 3 50 Old Mountain Corn. .. . . :2 I 00 Auction on the fifth dllr.of October A. D., 1IMW, In front of tl> IIIm.1

PARK M. TRAMMEL.- rate indicating that it has no FourJStar Rye . . . 4 50 Kiowa Corn . . . . :2. 60 door of the Council Room at Htusville, in the County of tre\nrd an ills

+ For State Superintendent. of ,Public Instruction terror. Five Star Rye . . . . 5 00 Sugar Valley\ Corn . . . 3 00 State of Florida, or ao much thereof as will\ be necessary to pay the amount togetb dt
the Town of litusville for town taxes therein set opposite the name,
4' : -- -- Old Mountain Corn. . . .! :2 I 50 Canton Maryland Rye, 2 stampedFersytheSquare with the costs of such sale and advertising A

WM. M. HOLLOWAY. v. ( Rye . . 3 43 straight 5 years old . . 3 50 C

h r For Commissioner of Agriculture : A WOMAN'S HACK. Sugar Valley Corn . . 880 Silver Stream bourben, stamped, r .: -

Harris l..eYYCo, . .0/. 300 straight 6 year old. . . 3 60 rJ I cc eg.I(!
B. E. M'LIN. The Aches and Pains will Disappear Duval Club Rye. . . .., '3 80 Iron Chancellor\ Rye,2: stamped, DESCRIPTION OF LANDS. 5 I.a m e .r OIVNER I"k ,Ie II
delads
For Justice of the Supreme Court: If the Advice of this White Oak Tenn. Whiskey. . 4 00 straight 7 years old. . . 4 00 sI .. S:

WILLIAM A. HOOKER, Titusvllle Citizen is MellwoodKentucky| bourbon (l>ot- F. (. Walker Rye, :2 I stamped, n F MAll vat,

THOMAS M. 81IACKLEPORD! Followed.A tied I In bond) . . . .' 4 50 straight 0 years old . . 5 00 mock 2, IUce' addition to .t
For State Senator-13th District: Harris Levy A: Go's bot. In bond Peach and' Honey, Rock and Rye, Tltlllvllle . . . ,33 21 35- J. L. 1'aramore t tI

t tf F. M. HUDSON. woman's back has many aches nod straight bourbon . . 5 00 Blackberry. . .. '. .$1.50 to 200 Lots and 9, Block Titus' ad. f j
pain*. i ditlontoTltuavllle. . . 34 21 33 Unknown
of Most times 'tla the kidneys' fault HarrlsJIyevy :A Co' bot. In bond Port, Sherry, Catawba, Muchetelle Lots 8 and 9.BlockoA'fltua' addition .
For Member Legislature: Backache 1 II really kidney ache, : straight Rye . . . . 500 Wines ,$1.50 to 4 00 I to at 21 35 O. O. Bravo. fl.tee.
14 R. B. STEWART That's why Poan's Kidney rills oure It, I Echo Springs . . ., . 5 00 Peach, Apple, Apricot, Banana 8. 3 Lots Ii and 6, Block B.. 3:22 35: D. W, Tuttle 1.1;

1 For County Judge: Many Tltuivllle women know this. Deep Springs, original Tenn. bottling Brandy, from.. . . .$2.CO to *325 Lot 7, Block 24.. . . . 3 21 85 Isaac Jones,. 1 lilt
Read what one hw to gay about It: i LOll 8, 10 and 11, Block 24. :8 22 36 II Iou 8trirkiAnd, ,
1' B. It. WILSON Nra.W. II. Parker, livingon Washington . . . '. .. . 5 00 Magnolia Gin, 1, 2, 3, 4, and"5stars Lot 0, Block 2-1. . .. 3 22 33 O. Strickland. .

j" For Clerk of the Circuit Court: AveMlltusvllle, Via t says: "I bad lewl.67IRe.. . . .r. 5 00 . . . .$1.7Ho 3 25 Lots 1\ and 7. Block A, Fllller's 11 ro.
been greatly troubled with kidney disease I. W.|Uarper. . . :. 500 addition toTitusville. . 3 22 35 C. W Grigg. B
r A. A. tiTE ART. for sorre lime, and I>oan's Kidney Marcus Grand Old Gin 5 00 BEER, BEER, BEER. .Lot 4.1111)'k D'laltl.r' addition 1 'Ebec
Pills benefitted me In every way. I am Magnolia toTitusville . . . 3. 22 33: 101. Mal1affry.y 1
For Sheriff: pleased to give them my endol'1lement..uttered Old Oscar Pepper Rye, 4 full qt*, 5 00 Bud welser per cask .. . $1J 00 Lots 2-1 and 34. n. W. 70-1t Lot
$ l JOS. P. BROWN I t incut constantly from dull, Express paid. Budweiser per dozen bottles .'. 1 50 31. Joynervllle, addition to r.

For Tax: Assessor: nagging backaches, accompanied by Intense 8ugarValley Corn, 4 full quarts.'. 3 80 Blue Ribbon, per cask . . 12 00 TltuIVIlie '.' . . . 3 22 35 "Carrle' W. 8attl'rth. 4 Ice,
through the region of waite. . .
: pains / my .t.oau
Express paid. Blue Ribbon per dozen bottle. 1 50\
W. 11. 1IALL.l '
The kidney secretions WAIl Lot 35Joynerrille I addition to
tldneys. ,
very Irregular ID action and at times We are sole distributor. Plel's per cask . . . . 12 60 Titusvi ie,, : , , ; 3 2:1: 35. Unknown, 11 '
:For County Tax Collector: caused roe a great amount of annoyance.I Plel's per dozen bottles. . 1 50 Lot 5, lub-dlv.l.ot :ld, Joyner- 11villI' ill
J P. D. WRIGHT. at and addition to Titullvllle .
could not rest well night morn. 3 22 35 Unknown
Express collect Per gal. Star Brew, our own, guaranteed WI
t I' logs arose' with headaches and dizzy Lots 61, 62, 6a, Uerde1\\ add I-
For County Treasurer: I, pells. I used a great onany remedies Lsh more Rye, . . . . 4 50 as pure and high grade beer as tlon to 'l'ltu vllle, . . 3 22 35 RamlgerlJelr( ) 1'Block its/
ip F.
A For County Superintendent of Pubic Instruction not Improve. My mother finally advised (uapaw Club: . . . 2 50\ Per dozen bottles . .. . : ,93 Block. 36)) flat Book I, page s : ,
me to try Doan'a Kidney tills aa they 6011..... . .. ... . . . 4 22 311 Unknown _
,
tad given her great; relief. I procured 'hi I

JOHN R. WALKER. a box. used< them according/ directionsand Tltusvl11e, }Florida, J. X. WALLEn, ..etage/
R, For Supervisor of Registration: they gave me the desired result In Sept. J, 1008. larlbal and Colhctot
a short time I feel a great deal better
W. S. NORWOOD.For since Doan'a Pills and am lOll
n using Kidney -
County Commissioner: glad; to recommend them to other aufferra -- --- tb

Dial 1. J. M 6SBAN, Harris Levy & Co. at
''. For sale by all dealers Price 50\ cents ; BARBER: : :: SaOJ:
2. J. R. MIOT, Forter-Mllburn Co., Buffalo New York Wait log.I .
a 3. R. A. CONKLINO, ole agonts<< for the United States. ,Flflt-clall Barber Shop, with Two p.tOoDate 1Jalbera. :No Long hehe

4. W. A. IIEATON, Remember the name-Doan's-and Open Sunday morning from 7 to.10 o'clock

II 5. T. J. COCKS nUTf. take no other I oauBet
421 to 427 W. Forsyth St'l.Phone 528 \
I The following pllcel are charged for going out to work. '\
Members of School Board: j'ilair -
'"' ,or ty-If you do not read every page Cut, SOcta. Shave, 50( cts MauAge.1 Wet.,, hair SLzF:.,,n.cl'( 1uII
Dist, 1. A. J. CARTER, I, lent
of this are liable to msssome
paper you '
II w' II 2. O. 8. SINGLETON, of the moat Interesting local Item, Jacksonville Florida. [Shopiopposlte Prl'chard's Hardware Store. Phcne 74,. .V nuv

J ." 3. E. B. ARNOLD. which are scattered on e.ery.page. ..JK: t. Shoes SblDed.1 rxltRv JOHNSON, Proprietor.




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Fort Pierce. 1'. A. MORGAN, MANAGER CHAS II. WALTON.
EAST COAST ISTEWS. i HaUtuttl\ '

Mr. Rufus Booth of Eden was a pleasant MORGrt&WALTOI:: :: T

******************** : visitor in town bat unlay. Constipation

Dr. Holmes, of Sharps was a pleasant !
Newsv Notes Contributed bv Our Regular :i visitor In town Sundry returning Monday May "tojvmxamwy'! cweicomecy prtpor REAL ESTATE DEALERS.

Corps of East Coast Cot'respondents.Yf t personal efforts{ tKlrW, } t aSJitaycc
of the ont truly (tjoicjicial; t 'Wqti (Licensed.)

................_..._........................--- ------2. Mrs I.. Baker and children left, Mini- remedy,Syrup,,1lcc ono L\i\ \r efSrn. *.
..... .
yy. - .. ... for Watch this
day Madison| FU to spend a few :jwrmH, } enable; ft tv to form regular spacejf you want to buy property

pleas send all communications Eau Gallie. with relatives I Kab tb daily 50 that' AS&t&mco& &* <>- on the famous Indian River.

,i Items for publication to "Editor, Mrs Edna Trowel), of Port Orange arrived hare maybe tra,}lualj-
Tltusylll Fla." In town on'Vilditr, on a visit to her' wllenholongerttcetlcj( &\$the t5t Gf ,< J
DVOCATK, No. 1. Fine building lot In South 1'1tusville !- No 5. Nortbeast *{ of northeast
Sunshine and showers during the past many lends here. tt'n1f'tlirsIU'n; rrtjtitmi, arc to assist! fronting,100 feet on the Indian sec 18, township SS south raage4I east, Ii

'*fVe cannot guaranteo to publUbuni week. Mr V. H. Fee returned, Friday night nature anti H not to AupJant the t rtatun.of River and extending bark to Front street, on Bout b fork of Wt. Lucle river; 40 acres,
do not reach tbls office before ) functions vKi jlt must J} ulii' a distance of 273 feet, an Ideal pot for a Dade county ft),00 per acre. 1
that .
Major II. L. Jordon has been quite t III after a pleasant vacation' spent In some tlcpt'nt Winter home Price H30.00.\ '
'on on Tbursdajs.ill this week of the northern States, tttate1y upon proj>OV houn.sl" tent, No. 2. Lot lo. 13:!& on Front street No, 7, A tare bargain: ('A 24 acre ;
p'J'\pn: |rcJorta f nfcM livio grrttralrlogetitt / fine water front just the location for a tract of land, 10 sores of which Is a bearIng I
Alex. Near Is drilling an artesian well Circuit Court finished' bulsneas for 1'lnelll'Ile) plantation, near Melbourne
residence live minutes from
correspondents oblige us by Lt'"f"t<\l! effects, always postoftice
riling the names of people and places for our townsman 8. K. Watts I this .term on Friday morning Quite a OltY the genuine\ and stores, ; price, f\l!HK),(CO.No. Tramway. loud fines Packing are fenced house with woven Dock :
number q'f cases being disposed of. 8. W'ltof northeast and .
plainly as possible t Hurricane warning was hoisted on the I lf wire fencing.. Ibis Is an exceptional>
flag staff Mr John SV 5'yrupcJfl s.\rl ixrofSennq; west }g southeast, 14, see JO, township chance for a party who mill live IJU tho li t
over Hodgsoos store I this week. )on returned Friday night
!12 St) Itll 20-100
: range : acre, M. Lucle place Crop l last year, 1,5t) crates. 'I
Melbourne.CIURU A Jully dance on Saturday evening last from Kaimervllle N. C. after a few. weeks county. f\OO(I ( per acre. Price, U sold before April t, ft400.00.\

In the W Tf. W. hall, was much enjoyed rest, his family will follow later on. CALIFORNIA No. 4. ii. W. if of northwest >\i and Title porfeot.i

W. GOODIC.-RMI fliiiUto, ttotarryelle by those Mr. Casper Mltns left west of southwest" |>4, see :in, township No 8. 10 acres In Lot No. 3, Sea 28. "
present. Sunday, for IU1 FIG SYRUP Co. 32: range 8l, 120 acre. Ht I.ucle
end ConTcyanoer. Agent for Aetna >< ONLY Township :21 South RangS :t3 East" ,
,,rarpool and London and..Globe and HartfordInnntr.nc.lbmpaole. Mr. McAllister has his launch in the tlmore to attend his last session at the SOLO BfALl. LEADING DRUGGISTSottettieoniy. county, $(U\ q) per acre This. Is One Hammock land suitable for

to tae Interosra of non-reildeota Special attenttunld waters of Indian River, and ready for Dental College We wlph him all sue r g,,'lar price 50fr...ttottl. No. ft. Northeast 3j of southeast Ij, oranges\ grapes and vegetables and Is
the Work.O cell -.---- ---- sets township :.IS south, range 4 t east; located about a halt mile north of Tltuo-
winter's
;- ubhcrlptlons for the ADVOCATE, close to O. K, Wood's" pineapple plantation vllle. An exceptional bargain. Price
paper" of the East Coast, will be I F. Paddlson Is renewing the lawn Miss Edith Tyler teturned home Wednesday The Spanish Royal Standard. on 8t. I.ucle river; 40 sores, ]>ade tlll( )(). half cub; balance on time, to
eyed::1 i at the Melbourne Postofflce.e about his fine morning after.. spending a few Tbo.hpaulgb_royal standard la most county fllM) ) per acre suit purchaser.
grass residence
and also
The rod of
complied niid jpilow
months
very plesently la her former
Meurs.\ Cbas. Bolton F. J. Farley and about the Harrison cottage. home la Conn.MUs the Kpuulab flag Is said to lit derive If you want a home on the Indian River, call and seetus.{ We have many l

auk Forest, of Malabar, were la town I Dr. Urlch In tbe Dentos, Is now In the from thin occurrence: lu 1378 Charles bargains Tltusvllle and elsewhere on tbe East Coast.TITU5VILLE "
harbor !Ruby Swain was the wlnn y of the Bold dipped bla fingers In the blow'
ueaday.H. doing dental nork. The Doctor
the gold medal at the planofoit recital of Geoffrey, couut of lliiroelonu, and Morgan: : c.*3 "Wolton.HKAL ; : .. :
E. Morey of Tennessee was aewant la In a safe place In the event of a storm of Mrs. Howell Att "lel'lIel"NN Saturday drew ''them down tho count' golden: : ESI'ATK: PKALERS,

visitor in Melbourne lately. lien Miss Carrie Shave and Mill E. Isabelle! afternoon shield lu token of him appreciation ot FLORIDA ;

a guest of the Brown bouse.Mn. Hodgson left for Stetson University at the lalter's bra\er.v. The shield, no : .. ... f;
DeLand Mr. sod Mrs. T. C. Nicholson and son, marked became the anus of Bnreo- "
on Monday last via. E. C. Line
,
Rboda RoberUoft la having many left Saturday nip;lit, for Melbourne Mr. louts which became part of Aragon :

luible Improvements made on her late The St. Sebastian owned by the Eagle Nicholson returned Sunday night late and Its arms were taken by that king G. Walton "

ircbaie, Grand View cottage Fish Co., of Sebastian, Is on It dltlon'l family are going to spend a few week, doiu. Now to the royal ttaudurd: 10 Percy ,

ways, this week, being cleaned and there the first quarter or upper left band .
aai Mrs. F. C.
Mr Nicholson and son, painted part of the flag are the arms of Leon
,bert, of Fort Pierce were the guests Tbe Rev. George Moore preached his and Castile, tile lion and the castle tu.ovl110. Fla.

their mother Mrs R. Nicholson, this 'r'heEanOallle harbor Is the refuge/; list sermon as tx-ctnr of St Andrews. The second quarter la taken up one. ,

ek for quite a fleet of launches and flisMc Sunday mornlug to a large congregation: bait by the arms of Araguu. ollC .hlllf

Mill C. Marsh returned bOlD, last boats this week, owing to the threaten Owlug to his advanced auto: be asked the by tbe anus of Sicily, Tbo upper thin FIRE AND TORNADO
of tbo third quarter- Ing weather,
Bishop to place him the
on retired 1I.t.Mr. .
ak after
a pleasant summer spent In flrKt-shows the Austrian colors INSURANCE.
Northern' States with relatives amends Ingleslde, the winter residence of J. Ruben Sumraerlln returned Satur The lower two-thirds U' divided! betweeu .

: A, Gilbert, is receiving attention and the day evening with his bride, nee MUs, the flag of Burgundy and tbe

lln Robert Nicholson and daughter, lawn Is being prepared for the arrival of Mae Rawson, from Kansas City which black lion of 1 lan<1ertil. Tbe upper RELIABLE COMPANIES.: PROMPT PAYMKNTI.OK LOSSES.

si Mollle\ have returned to Melbourne< the family from Odessa, N. Y. was quite surprise to all here. We third of the fourth quarter shows the 'LOWEST RATES. ACCIDENT\ POLICIES ISSUED. j
(checkers another Ilurgundluu
device
er a pleasant summer's wish them along life of health wealth
visit withatl'el San Martin was fn Eau Galllo this
while the lone4 two-thirds Ii shared
and friends In Detroit .'llch.Mr. week, doing work on some of the motorboats and happiness| by the red eagle of Antwerp and the 1JOr'Or: X30A.r1. ::INS IJ-I..A.NOE

and Mrs. W. T. Wells and Mill Eau Gallle's engineers being ah During a thunderstorm of short duration golden lion of Hrabnnt, and on tbe top MARINE AND FIRE RATES ON APPLICATION

:viys, who have spent tbe summer occupied and having more than they Monday night about 12 o' IOck. a of aU this arc two shields, one showing
,otbi In could accomplish. bolt struck one of the cruHsuii on 8t. Andrews ; this Portuguese onus tbe other tbe
Highlands N. C.
aqd Inter.
,
French fleur-dc-Ihi. Your Business Solicited k
Episcopal chinch spitting of Considerable of aflag Respectfully ,
tin; places In Georgia; are now al The grounds about Hyde Park bas. part that
tbe roof In
open one place also set ions
northern home in New YOlk State. Albertine Treutler's fine residence, !is beIng done Reference: Indian River State Bank, 'JMtuavlllo, Fin.
damage was to ut olb\r'"rte of tbe
Republican Speaking at Melbourne.Ion. cleaned up and Improved by Robert church Good Cause For Tears -- -
J. M Mensel who has the place in charge dui i' certain mediaeval sultan bad all the irx
III for Cheney and Republican rand( lug tbe absencexof its owner. UeafueBs' OHIIIIO HO.Cured mirrors removed front his palace', so 'cT: VILIaTi7: :c..XV-mrl"V 1r3T1LI3L1D.: t tl+ "i'uf
Governor
Hon. W. R.
that be might avoid tbe of
by local spplicnilonn, n* they cannot pain svo-
Vent, candidate for Congress spoken Services In St.John's Episcopal church reach the diseased portion of the oar. Ing his own face. Thin sultan called

.the platform of the Auditorium on on Sunday morning next at 10:30.: Holy The e U only one way to cure denfiuwn, on his grandlzler: one day and, by norldent FEED AND. SALE SADDLE HORSES 1C it I
eada f night to a large audience The Communion will be administered bl; and that la by continual remedies Deaf happened\ to catch sight of bli
new* Is ou.ed by ,Inflamed' ...STABLES... BUGGIES
alters an condition reflection. Ills
i were hldeouHuess ,
!given a hearty applause Dean P. Robottom. Seats free. Al of overpowered
the
their sentiment struck, as It often did: rell/Iouslylncllned/ are cordially Invited Tube. mucous When this lining tuba of In the inflamed Eustachian you him, and bo broke Into violent BAGGAGE SURREYS

rciponding chord In tbe audience to attend. have a rumbling sound or Impeifeol solibrng. In this outburst the /vizier
8 platform was beautifully drape bearing, and when It Is entirely clotted Joined Finally the sultan calmed TRANSFER and TURNOUTS ol
:li flags. Hon. R. A Paying Investment. Deafness tbe result, and unless tbe In, down wiped bite cvres and cot ready to
W. Goode chairQ lUmatlon can be taken out and<< this tube smoke and talk. Hut not so the vizier HAULING ETC., ..all kinds.
Introduced the speakers. Mayor Mr. John White of 38 Highland; Ave.. restored to Its normal condition heating lie .obllt'd'on and on. ills master tapping ''
hn )f. Ferguson gave a cordial wel- Iloulton, Maine says: "(lave been will be destroyed forever; cine cases out his slipper Impatiently on tbe T. 3VE. Oelbcr, I
')e In behalf of Melbourne> to these troubled with a cough; every winter and or ten sue caused by Catarrh which la cushion, waited for him to tense At
TITUSVU.LRIn of Robblns Ol1lcoTI.ORIDA.
spring. Last winter I tiled manyaher. but rear Law
nothing an inflamed( o.Hiclliiou
uored gentlemen: The Melbourne Used remedies, but the cough continued mucous surfaces, of tbe length tbe sultan got angry and exclaimed ._ _.._ .- .. .- --.. -- i
d t furnished suitable music for tbe until I bought a COo.: bottle of Dr. Klng'i We will give One Hundred 1 'Jnllnrs for :
talon, which was loudly applauded. New Discovery; before that was bait any case of Deafness (caused by catarrh) M\Vby do you weep longer than I, INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORY.TITUSVILLE .
tel Carleton was gone, the cough was all gone. This that; cannot be cured by Hall's ('ntarrli 'vizlerT""Juan
headquarters
for the
.. winter the same happy result has followed Cure, bend! for circulars, free. ," the grand vizier replied "you FLA. ..
u 01 honor, among whom were Dr ; a few doses once more banished F. J. fJliUNMEY A CO Toledo, O. wept 0 commander of the faithful ,
I'. W; Holmes and wife, of Sbarpes tbe annual ooagb.!: I am now convinced '' bold by DrugglHM/ 7.;>o I tiecaime you saw your face but for an prepared[ furnish Ice I In any ul\nttl-8acke.l! or loose Special attention

>t.C Hi Schoonroaker and wife, of that Dr King's New/ Discovery Is the" Take Hall's Family J>|1U forHouatJ instant, but I see It all day and every paid sacking for Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing Is my motto.A t

01; W. II, H. Gleason and wife, of Sold beat of under all cough guarantee and at lung Tltusvllle remedies.Phar patina day." S. PLATT Proprietor.

u Gallle; Major F. M. Taylor of TI. macy. COo. and $1.00. Trial bottle free<< -- .--.- .> -' >
illleCom.\ J. It does no.barm to tbe barn
H. Allen, Alleohurst; The Peoples of Italy. keep
W. Goode and wife, city. It la need. Rockledge. There l la It marked difference In stat clean sweeping, out the mows when
" \ emptied and the floor still oftener. N
to say Proprietor J. M. Ferguson ure and temperament between the people The Winter Haven Nurseries
\ Clean stalls each day
Industry, a
wife made the guests feel at home Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Baldwin are expected of north Italy and those of south fork a shovel and a broom will work ,
made this one of the most pleasant this week. Italy. The reasojt is because while wonders.
nti la the history of Melbourne politically one they are, racially separate .4. l\oJ::. LE1'K1W:. Iropr101or::: ; ; ,
Mr. aad Mrs D, D. Ramsey spent I
peoples. Ixmgobards. or Lom --- \
A Snrc-enouftli Tuesday Cocoa. I I bards who about 1508 took. possessionof "fOR ALL KINDS OF JOB PRINTING Established 1884.f Winter Haven Florida.
Knocker.
northern Italy and remember tbe ADVOCATE office. ,
permanently established
Mrs J. B. Bower Is very sick this
C, Goodwin, of Relds'ville N C., her. themselves In the rich valley
Is
-: week Dr. Hugblett attending
"Bucklen'l
Arnica Salve la a sureJRh watered by the Po and Ita affluent,
eon knocker for ulcers. A bad one Mrs. A. II. Smith arrived here, last \rere of Teutonic stock, their original t" 4'N.r1N'NN''1'Oee1 'f'I Wholesale Growers of Citrus Trees of the Beat Commercial Varieties

derful my salve leg knocked last summer It out, but In a that few week, after a four months visit with home having been the region on tbe W* guarantee our extensive stock to be well grown free of Insects
" Iranleed Not for even plies| a sores scar remained.burns etc..'' relatives New York. Magdeburg and Luneburg Germany I TO SUBSCRIBERS i \ end true to name
,
, tTltusvlile rbarmacy.lrt > The genial Capt. Cogglas and charmingwife while tbe Italian south .of Lombardy 'tit;
are with us again, having returned, are of tbe old Latin stock. This fact : :
last week from their tour of the West. explains tbe physical and other differences An order of tbe 1'ostofflce Ue- SILVER CLUSTER GRAPEFRUIT OUR LEADING SPECIALTY .t

UeOr2lana. between the people from the i partment Washington, D. C., .
II. J. Magruder was bone, last Friday, north 'and the people from the south of Jan. Prices Right. Grading and Packing Perfect, ? "
Jane Taylor to see his lather Major C. D., Magruder; Italy. fecllye J. 1008, provides, et-I
I is was visiting Mes- who was quite sick for a few days last i no delinquent subscriber shall Write for Catalogue. .<.
Hall and Peachey on t
I II
dneKdolY ofUughej last week. week. Adding to His Offsnslvsntss. ; carried longer than three I -- -- __._4i

n'C. D. Provost lion O. 8. Hardee shipped a carloadof The man who told us so U always s: giving. a reason that the depatmoot i

Brecae and bright little fine grapefruit this week and some doubly bffeqsivJ If he come around Is furnishing a low rate of I
and Miss Ollie Page and after the arrival ,of our troubles and : < :BO THEN '
t' Eva have made small ship
Owens were calling on Auntie other growers tries to look as If he had forgotten all postage on newspapers, and does < >

"be s on Tuesday of last week. ments. about It-Chicago, Record.Herald. : so for the benefit of a bonarlde sub- ; i "

'Icb r- Cinch a nephew x>f !Ir. Frill I Mr. and Mrs. J. J.' White returned When and : scriber who pays for his paper. J ; and dealers In Boat Bottom Paint, drop us a card with jour address and learn "; I I
ot here Tuesday from Frankfort Mich. a young lady gentleman
Germany on
, to pend the winter, arrived with several 1:11'uncle days They were accompanied by Mrs. M. K. have a controversy about \kjftslng they : Please take notice of the name- ) \ bow to keep ;your boat bottoms clean for six months or more without scraping..' \ I

auot. Mr. Md Mrs. Ulrifch. Spencer and daughter, Grvilla, of Lake ,generally put their heads together : and-date slip pasted upon your !' '' Trade discounts to merchants.i! .

: or week.N41MNt'NNN.aNNti4e. 'f _
ill Worth. paper wrapper every .
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, Wlttfeld Is visiting friends

','"'bury and Boston, M...., New'aDd "low To Get Strong. SEEDS OO Ca.z2.f5.elca., : Company: ;

rQ home other places She expects: to P. J.Daly, of 1J47 W. Congress St., Bnctber's "Pull of Life" Nohem CrownPedlireed N 1.+....*.........+...... ,
with Mr. and Mrs. Wads- Chlcagotells of a way to become strong: Seeds have a reputation of 38 years ofsuccenful ST. AUGUSTINE FLORIDA. i':

lb, about the 3rd of November. lie says: ,"My mother: who la old and plant the best.Saesonsble seed. irowtof behind ben. 1t pays toKartlcM _. __ __ h h. _h' -_- _-- -._ t
he WM very feeble Is deriving so ranch SpfcUllU,
. river still continues to rl.e. and Is benefit from Electric Bitters, that I feelI'smy DUANS Ma1E37 2MCooli.lxi.ox3r: : Company: : i i2'J
'' than it has been for No duty to tell those who need a Red Valenti Bushel : IP YOU RECEIVE A SAMPLE f
years. Relurra-Extra Early It.5O Bushel: OCEAN STREET, -Telephoo.574- JACKSONVILLE FLA.
age, medicine about ; Pal : ; :
except to docks and tonlo and strengthening New BtrincleM I Green Bebd l
10. land. gardens on it In my mother's cue a marked gain Wirdwell. Imp. Kidney l W.. 5v Boshsl : COpy OF THIN PAPER We carry at Jacksonville a large and
No fear of a flood-too Insomnia has been 1.Ia"I. New White Wes t.r1 Bushel
. the inlet to In flesh has resulted fa Cnrri. Rut rrool Wax :30! Basket d : -IT 19 TO- complete stock of
tbe ocean for anything overcome and she steady growing PtlAMFstra PORTABLE AND STATIONARY
at kin.1. Bitters quickly AU.ka Bushel t
Electrlo Earty ft,50 t
atroDjfer. LET YOU KNOW THAT
BOILERS A SAW MILLS
stomach, liver and kidney com.lalnts. New Early Gradus . S 50 Bubel ENGINES ,
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Honford t Market C.rden..50 Buhel)
hey Take > Sold under guarantee at 11tu- Biickbe Lightning EaprcuLttt $5-se Bushel WE WOULD LIKE YOU TO J all WOOD WORKING MACHINERY
The Kinks Out. villa Pharmacy. 60o. c., R4uh aad a loll I line of > all kinds of Saws, Belting and Mill Sup. ryplied.
. have used Dr. King's New, Life Pills ------ Seed Plant and UItt: growing prlcea: BECOME A SUBSCRIBER. We bay many thousands of satis i
nany yes with increasing satisfsc'kTTheye'kethe 9JIf you take any Interest In your your Send requirement tor complet: and eatalofiM will quote or price aubnlt. a lot of ,w i fled customers who will lentlfy Jo the
kinks out of the home newspaper, send c>bring any Buy direct from the rrower-Save Mousy.Write s : f merits of our goods. It will pay you to
ilctl\, M says fuss Item you may have to tbe ADVOCATE: today. Mention Ills paper. get our prices and terms before buying,
i. V.n'. Guaranteed N. n. Blown of Pitt. office. Do not think It too, mach H. W. BUCKBEE We are General Southern Agents for Farquhar Engines Boilers and Saw Mllla-

uiiu Pharmacy. 25o.satisfactory at trouble. U33Sea I'. dwlfor i J(W ..... RsIfwe,Ir. NNNNINNNN.N.INN A Postal will bring our salesman. Write for Illustrated catalogue.
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GARDEN- ---NOTES.-.- ---' WESTERN WIND BREAKS.- baskets for the smallest of all Even 'ilea/ I FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY[ -

these will span two seedling net near j! pnn iqqnt' eqi aitujru[ UI| pospja t

I I' together. 'xa eq pinoqs! ejaa posn eq o> ai| .retail T
Some Lat Summer Work Apt to Be Experiments to Determine Their Us** LOCAL TIME CARD No. 75. IN EFFECT APRIL i
fulneee to the Prairie Farmer.Tbe Choose a cool, shaded corner for let eql nelU'qaa.lJ aaqjo PUB elggnlemoJJ | < ,Ion(
Neglected. tuce. If you have none such, make a ejjjiqguosvaj pee pazJ3.qnd| No.9J! No.1J! MAIN LINE No.78 No,98
The mont Important point now la the I I sudden ruin that hot winds retreat for the succulent delicacy, .lleug 'qjoorag s| nos eq naqti 610010 Dally Dally Dally Dall

cllture of good vegetables of any kind I I sometimes bring to growing crops in flare a movable screen of reeds or LISA 8'1.10.U ino eq) Dr| UA<1oqll 1 pili am'. ac 1100' 1 e....,.- 86 JIID, i'Y. .

la to see that they keep growing freely. I, ports of the west la well ,own. woven twigs with which to protect the 'sarpaoq eqj no aUll| /
Hood qualify M always absent from I: Blowing strongly across the .unobstructed lettuce !bed from the noonday sun. [ 11| sSop poj eq n q.\\ 'pnno.m esopm 018 pm 188 166 pm pm: t:=:::::Daytona.OrmoudLy:==Lr 601 0 21 pm pm1010pm : N :io

vegetables (lint are stunted and grow plains, these winds may in a Take It down at night and do not putit aq jo eoBjana eq) japan )*nf ntu o) I20pm t: -., ? L, slops t66ia:
4 I 4jn Jo iwnnna; nam''IlftJl| emsapj 1115 : O r9 : == .Tlturmlle..Lv, i is :
| pm
| pat eq ) | pm
slowly during; hot weather They are few days blast all hope of even a partial up on cloudy days, Uy a little care 1200 0& 'l2pm Lv...... .-.twos----, L, 'n12'na pm t 2'.
and instead of lender I harvest. Thin U particularly so In In' this respect you will secure sweet ) oqvv jaA.ip| #q) )o Jti33A| mj' 1801 ama pm Lv..Rookled i .iti:
tough stringy 'Hjaiiuiu. oq 1855 ::: 460 pm: =:.::: GallL.==:t: IHU: ; i

when cooked, while salads are never the lower portion of the central plains salad.shows a As tendency tbe first to run supply to 'of 1.00.plants. have to Jj.iaq; ail) ;o monO crUpand nice under the circumstances.One I region and iu "parlot low lb
unusually Jut! etLJ.' 'pal 1I0JI OIU 10 1I.J1IiUI 1')111.1 600 am 006 pm ArWest Palm lIeacb.L 754s,. .06 "n
of the plant that Deed; ,a great I rainfall. Here the winds most to be a second and a third Installment readyto 'M .11I 1045 pan Ly..r&.landerlole.L, 5as.m 7 'I &"

deal of water la celery. The young l, feared blow from the southwest or take Its place. Lettuce that grows Fole,'. Oilna Laxative Is a new remedy $1000 786 em am 'T 110pm 60 am t;..,..:.::::::=Miami: .:::=:= '610 IM00am p. -, rw
should be I in the nun gets bitter and when the the laxatives ot 1l00.m 1060<> .m Ar..Uome.te.dM. ..Lv If1p.
plants } 0210) I-
now growing
1 and happy I III the grower who.freely hat a I; south. Iu the northern prairie region head elongates Into a stem It is past former, an Improvement years, as It on does not gilp or f800 pm ........................ :.......KolSht'.KeyDnek.,.....L' ..........,....>.11I......... t I JOOpi>oo

f. good water supply and can run the the farmer I Is exposed to the hot use.Radishes nauseate and U pleasant to take. It I IKuaranteed. la Dally eifcspt 8uoda,. fSuniUjri and Tbunde,.only .tTuMda ynDj faturdt,.oe:
Chinook wind which sweeps down also thrive into Juicy mildness Tll svllle 1'barirmcjf.
hoso Into tile trenches at will and keep __.__ PALATKAi3RANCHLsave
the roots always moist Celery with from the Canadian mountains This In the shade, although they will
either dries out growing or If It bear more sunshine than lettuce. If EAST PALATKA Arrive Lesv. PALATKA TO A
crops East
the roots In n cool moist coil 1* Indcv
MODERN IMPLEMENTS.Make TO PALATKA Palaika Palatks EAST PALATKA s
I pendent of the weather., and. no matter prevails before! the danger of killing set so..near a'brick wall as to feel tbe P.Ltka iP.c'I
p fronts Is past duties loss through radiated beatas well as the direct 550 am ,,.,...,No, 45 Daily 000 am 666 am .. ..No, 47 Daily.,, In
how hot the can It wilt grow rapidly, urging rays It Possible For the Farmer toDlipenuo e 86 am ,,. ..No, 45 Davy.....,. 646 am eta em .,,..,.,No, 45 Davy,.,,,
." the leaves soon spreading out and tegetatiou forward: prematurely, I Ij of the nun. they will develop too fast 080 am ..,,.Ns. 60 Daly.... e46 am 1116 am ., .Na 01 P.IIy ,, ,' II 18pn
With Extra Help 1100 em 68 Delly.y,1210 200 pm ,.$o, et Pally,
CoIJ winter winds also do and become and pungent pm ,
in- pithy Here,
Z forming a due shade for the nfots. j| great I The scarcity of help farms 4ubpm ... ,..No 04 D.tfy,. ,,,,.,, 428 pm 480 pm .,.No. t6 Daily.." IM
Where thla convenience is not at hand Jury to crops, make the climate more too. It Is wise to have a succession of on may 606 pm ,.,,,..No, 64 flatly.. 086 pm 106 pm .., No 67 Dally..,,, 171
nod watering by band bus to be re- severe for stink and men and Interfere crop Manage this by Judicious renewal ultimately drive landowners to greater T46 m ..,. .No.6e Dail ?t,?. 166 m Bq m .., ,,,,,No. 60 Dal) ,?? rip

' t Korteil tof the job Is herculean If much: with an even covering of snow upon of young plants or by sowing economy and to a more general use of SAN MATED BRANCH

celery in grown but It must be at. the ground. Thin Is true from Canada seeds at different times. devices and conveniences which lighten Lssa'. EAST PALATKA Leas. SAN MATED TO Apunka

tended to until the plants are strong almost to the gulf. Green" peas should be planted earlyIn the work. It is surprising bow TO SAN MATEO FIee Mu s EAST PALATKA p
aim
} In southern California winds the season. Give them rich earth, many to net: along by muscle |power
enough to take care of themselves. dry Ts ;;; '
i I II 4s Dan 560." 000 am 6o Da11y, ,, p
k The grower who uses plenty of decoyed i| from the north amt\ northeast sweep 1 plenty of light and heat, and water alone never trying any other method, ems m Nn, M Dan mrs m 540 ,.,........,No, 64 Pau,,. ,,,,,,,,. tap
I which
I might save half their work.-
, manure in his trenches as we!> down from the Mohave desert with de- I N.. 21 No.19 No. 17 MAYPORT 14o, is '' t lie.22 rat
An old farmer Bays that his neigh
advise will be reaping the benefit I: structlve results. Coming In June bors called him lazy when he tint Daily Dallj Daily BRANCH Dally Dally hl4oprn
In these winds may reduce the wheat
the of
now healthy strong growth
brought a hay loader on his farm, and 200 pm 916.m LyJarkaonvf/le.Ar/ 1720 cop
I Mp
i the plants. I yield of unprotected fields to almost 11 IIIIgg 44opm 140 pm 1024am Lv..i'abtonrach.Lv en ate I Ilecam6M
I. when he rigged/ up a cable and used a '
102tlamLvAtlantleheseh.Lv 616 4Ilesam
eb5pm 546 am ,
nothing. Windbreaks of eucalyptus and pm //
Potatoes need lot of
a cultivating trip hay fork to unload his hay Lo-haU 710 m em m loOse, Ar,.. Mn rt..Lv 600 am II20em 600
,. now and until finally banked up they Monterey cypress, now In such common a 4rYowd of neighbors. around him,

y must be kept hoed frequently. The use to protect orange proves and :.:Just'to see bow it worked." )ally pally Orange City Branch ally llaly Ldl. stntordBnnoh Lilq
k potato bug U: never no destructive In orchards, long ago convinced possessJ ex.aun 05.50w etaun, ex.Nun, ex, dun, s.
r i The economical and date farmer
v to
plots well cultivated though of course i J ors of highly valuable Irrigated lAnd'i up 'co pm 900em Lv,New Smyrna Ar, 116 pm 800 pIG 500 am Lv TltuevllleAr, Olt
i counts all of these labor savers just 526 pu 10suam Ly,Lake Helen Lv. lOOt pm 461 pm 90 am As, anfurd Lv.Is
spraying should b, followed up for of the value of tree planting for protection that much of his and It Is ass pm 1060 am Lv,Orange City Lv.1000 pm 410 pm .,. .,.. ,.... ,..?..,
i theM+ and for fungoid diseases. As the purposes. equipment eon m 11tH." ArOran a Clt Jo 1216 Im 4001m ....,...,?.. ......... ..........,,,,,
only by using them that be ts enabledto
early rows are lifted, late cabbage and But there are two sides to the windbreak meet present conditions. The walk- ('nnneerlena made et Knteeh. K. Dn.k f.r Ka, west and Havana,

i coleworts may be planted or, In localities question.\ Some prairie farmers lug stirring plow and walkingculti- Th..s TIME T'ABJBB ohaw lh. tlmee at whtoh train- may be er peotmi ie
' 1 favorable for their declare positively that belts of rive rddepart from thesev.ra1station.bettheir arrival ordeparture stthe5.tat.
growth Savoy
FI oaago vators are back numbers. Now the 1. sot auaran/ead,nor deee the Compwy bold itself respenaibte for a.,
cabbages edit the various kales for orange, for instance, are a "nuisance." or ae .on.rq urnes eri.in therrfr.m.roe .
sulky or gang plow H used, and three
a whiter use. There Is still tune even Others clio figures to show"positive big, lusty horses will turn over threeor Cop' of the Lnret Tire. ('ard or Other rnfermatloaa'E1LL1
Tor leeks, though/ thone transplantednow benefit A farmer who lives near TIIJ'l TICKIdT AiIrNTr'J
f a four acres a day. .D, RAHNBR AI.I.ta General Pa.... Alit, ST. AUOUSTINB FLOijDl'ljturCla
iJowus r..an.lIve" his yield of
will not bo so large as those putout / ( corn ,,A manufacturer has got out a rotary
z 'll earlier. from a field protected on the south I
They will, however be
harrow which Is attached to the plow
very!' useful for soups and flavoring. a row of tall cottonwoods as six b/
I els than / and the land Is turned and harrowedat ) .shown above for the l1yport Branch Rod Orange fitly Brauch tn
Where acre more places
good lettuces off desired, thin per
If i !
i one operation
any man justified -
the row early and again when the I' there Is no protection. About fifteen In venturing money It Is the farmer are not coned 1'eseengera .hUlI1clllf'o..re .cIJI' ule lafoimatlon. for there 1m
benefited! In this It Is from an.F.. E 0 R'l AIIc'nt
thinnings are large enough for use. acres are way. I when be Invests It in up to date .
They will not do as well now transplanted highly necessary that the windbreak .. .
tools and Implements for more rapid -- -- - -- ----- ---- -
unless very carefully looked ihould occupy only sufficient land to USIMO ZMPTT FBCIT DOSES. and better work on tbe farm

J' after and It Is best to now thinly I offset: this benefit. often should the season be dry. Train

whero they have to stand, preferably An Illinois farmer sums up his observations upon sticks against the wall. It you Early Tomatoes. '

la a shaded or partially shaded border upon this matter thus: "My have room for two crops plant a second A truck gardener tells that this lethe Atlantic Coast Line R ] 1
.
$ Late .tomatoes are having a good experleuce It that now, In cold and three weeks after you put tbo way he rained early tomatoes( : tie
'
I lime the weather stormy winters, wheat protected by
wnrra, dry suiting
first Into tbe ground. This will Insure took a dry goods box 2 by 3 feet
r t them well If the plants are kept right/ timber belts yield full crops while a succession of "messes" of tbe Incomparable : and eight inches deep. In each corner
at the roots and well cultivated. The Held not protected yield only onethirdof
vegetable, which Is nevereaten of
; the box he set a piece of two Inch
early plants are getting well set with a crop. Twenty-five or thirty years in perfection unless It has been
f pipe so that he could water the plants I
fruit and as this begins! to swell freely ago we never had any wheat killed by gathered on the same day It Is'' cooked from the bottom, pouring In the water Goes Everywhere
? the plants may be fed and watered a winter frosts and every year a full and served. I
and letting It the
permeate through \ t
IF % I lljtle more liberally. Keep a sharp crop of poaches, which In now rare. At Cucumbers flourish under direct and I soil, which was of
composed a sandy
lookout for the side shoots and that time we had plenty of timber I
pinch! ,
radiating! sunshine being of tropical
loam put Into tha box after the bottom
them out regularly as, they take the around our fields and orchards, now origin. They, too should be eaten soon !
bad been covered to the depth of three North South East and
strength from the flower and cleared away.
away after they are gathered. Horticulturists Inches with well rotted and sifted stable I
f fruit clusters. As the stems grow secure The United States forest service proposes hold that if plucked while the ,
them to stakes or wires whichever to find out just when and how dew Is on them in the early morning I I manure The seed were plantedand .

r' Is, most (convenient so they will much windbreaks Increase the yield' they are more wholesome and have a 'moist lightly,' but covered not wets and In the one soil week kept CONSULT TILE 1'UBPLK FOLD Kit"
of Measurements and tests will
( not be blown about by high winds. crops. better flavor.
Cucumbers outside are beginning to be made and elaborate data will be after planting tbe green tops appeared

fruit, and the vlues must not suffer collected by experts who will have and In three weeks they were transplanted For detailed lofoimatltn' fates, schedule, l"e..ervltIo1l8. see '
CUCUMBERS. Into a similar box InlllIet
*
charge of the study.
for lack of nutriment Continue to I
: .. an Inch deeper than they et agent, Cali\ on or write to I,_
grew
I --
, .f pinch the points of the shoots of the
I + They Nd Plenty of Heat, Light and In the first! box. They grew In the I
plants where they have not a
I 'l y young sufficient iMinbef of vines, and as the PLANT PROTECTION.Ways MoUtur box In sheltered places for three FRANK C. BOYLSTON, or, A. W, '

(h To grow cucumbers to perfection weeks, when they were ready for the
4 fruits develop cut them when quite
Traveling Passenger Agent. Division
young: A few cucumbers left to go of Shielding Them From the Hot, plenty of heat, light and moisture are garden.

to seed will take more out of the vines Direct Rays of the Midday Sun required. They will thrive in any Wood Ashes as Fertilizer. ATLANTIC COAST LINE, ; I
If plants are not protected from high good soil not too sandy
heavy or
than a large crop cut as soon as ready Wood ashes are.obtalnable wherever ,
winds and too much sun they will not Seed may be sown as soon as tbe i --_
Where shallots are fully grown they wood Is burned In large quantities.Tbe .
+ .. may be pulled and laid In, the nun to flourtuli, especially) In the nrly stages danger of frost is pant. Six or eight I potash contained In them Is water : 1 "_ -:=-,; : .i nGo-: :':!
dry but let them have another weekor of their growth. This la (particularly seeds should be planted In each bill, soluble and easily leaches out. Wood
true of the plants In the vegetable gar the hills being about six feet apart
teed
two If not ready. Continue to ashes are excellent as fertilizer, and
the onions us long as they are growing den, and fortunately there nro many each way. none |bould be allowed to go to waste. I

i1 and draw out at once any attacked easy smut' simple methods of providing In the early spring seed may be Do not apply 'at base of plants, but FMyY

by maggot or mildew thorn with shade Empty soup boxes sown In bills which are protected by spread broadcast about bushes or trees.TbU }
fi raised on, blocks empty fruit baskets, glass covered frames When the

rolls o'f carpet and matting spread out plants have grown to about four

AUTO POWER IN FARMING. on supports to look like awnings way inches in height and there seems to belittle writes Mrs. Mary Hudson, of Eastman,

all tie UNed. Old mattlnga; or carpets danger of them being Injured by advice which was/to take Cardui.
my
The Ingenious Devle of a Connecticut that have Been their best dajs: may enjoy insects or other causes they should be ,
w 4 Farmer a new lease of life as plant coy thinned out to about three plants In a r'" staying with me and whs in terrible misery

I An enterprising farmer, E. C. Delden erings." The great thing Is to cover hill. dui helped her at one .

of Suffolk\ Conn., uses his automobile the plants so that (they will be shady, Frequent cultivating is needed until

to drive farm machinery. The Illustration the vines begin to run freely Aa cucumbers I

shows the auto In position and are subject" Ho several diseases

ii F connected with one of the farm ma- the old vines should be destroyed I

. I chines. He lines It quite extensively F or cleared away in the autumn (

4% for driving wood' saw. and the crop should not be planted ,4 1 T CiR

The wheels are blocked to keep the J/ ns ritCre l3+yjI two years in succession1 on the same

f machine steady, using sticks of woodor y7r,y" \ n Ir. t land. The worst feature of cucumber w PP.I'I

making small boles In the ground. y culture la the Insect pests, but these

Into which the wheels are set To rl may be controlled by dusting with dry

connect with the machine Mr. Delden Insecticides or even with bone dust tt Will You
Help
made an extension for the crank shaft riarCs.9s" Cucumbers for pickling should be

The extension has a flange with holes gathered when quite small. They maybe

for cap screws, which are threaded *'e. successfully preserved in brine, "Last 'spring," Mrs. Hudson

r ,! Into the hub of the balance wheel the .' fWxtarJt jaj1 sY from which they are taken as needed, in a rack of pain. The doctor did no good,
soaked in fresh water and placed In woman says Lydia E.
I
to take
There varieties Ptnkhitrn's Vegetable Compound Cardui The first dose helped me.
vinegar : are ,
many
u saved her life. head her letter. in better health "
am than in
f each good for a purpose) ,, three years.
} rs. '1'. C. Willadsen, of Manning, I Every girl and woman needs Cardui

l T' Eradicating Wttdt. Iowa,writes to :: I'mkhain: ,
4 '
I irregularity headache
; falling feelings PP.I'b
In many sections of the west when "I can truly say that Lydia E. Pink- i ,

the weeds get too large for the narrow, hum's Vegetable Compound Raved my"I' I similar female troubles. Cardui is safe ,)

farmers use what is known as a life, and 1 cannot express my gratitude'to I scientific. -Try Cardui
you In words For years I suffered f
slicker. The details of constructionare
with forms
the worst of female complaints AT ALL DRUG STORES
M shown In the accompanying lllustratlonf continually doctoring and
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,spending1 lots of money for medicine "" '
COVEIUUa THE UTTUCB WITH MATTINO. The slicker is usually about twelve without help. I wrote you for advice, .

1' but 'not without air Even castoff! feet wide, with four runners. The run- followed it AS directed, and took LydiaE.
AUTO POWEB ON TUB FAB1I.' bats maybe used to l>r':P over a delicate Plnkham's Vegetable Compound and I
balance wheel being on the end of the new plant and us straw allow It has restored me to perfect health.
Had U not been for
crank shaft lu this type of automobile the air to circulate it will not' lie entirely you I should have SUBSCRIBE FOR THE .' TN ,
in
been my grave to-day. ,I wish
Other style: of autos might require deprived of oxygen. Stones laid LLi suffering woman would try it." every FLORIDA TIMIS UNION Ne Second
: different U1P,hol1a of connection.' ou the 'uutbrlm will keep them from
Good am es eaYe
1:. The nmcU'ne' as arranged makes avery blowluir away o1 a windy day LQ FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN.For Trio Great State Paper

convenient addition to the farm: Castoff fruit buckets are excellent to 'thirty years Lydia PI link D' ILY AND SUNDAV.Wr MONTH I
r equipment being available either fort cover trausplnti'J plant They provide ham's' Vegetable Compound, made Tbr. Month..51.60 ill Meatbt..t00 l
for farm for from roots and herb has been T..I.. Moetha 5600
travel or power or a sufficient shade and do not moth them
h combination when work Is to be done er the plant because the opening let y Ui q vj standard :remedy for female ,* The SemlAVeekly, Times-Union and

In location some distance from the. in air. They are very light to handle .and has positively cured thousands 01 The Farmer and fruit Grower A.Dal..tawl.ra.w mrU.nA lu 1".r.

farm and easy to store because they net Into A BLICKEK. women who have. been troubled wjth, the Pride" bus the n>IW.kly. 'd- r.y. .eefI .,,

each other, betides being tBclently ners are made of 2 by (0 Inch or :2 by 8 displacements Inflammation ulcera-1 t 11-voted..to mia Acrlraltonl and Cliru.rrulti live :: + ::
TbctwoiHipMVforliaoptrfMf a.kmaUea'o
Where Hogs Follow Cattle durable to last an entire season or Inch scantling. Hoard. are nailed on tion, fibroid tumors, irregularities,1pcriodio : Mall iu jour lubMrlpiloB/ ti M. fUn 5 t0..
/ Ei en If In addition to cern other long-er They cost nothing, can be top of tbe runners. An Iron flve- pain! backache, that bear- FioridaTlmet-UalooJatksonyill

concentrates richer In protein and ash collected anti saved to.....the purpose, eighths of an Inch In diameter is fastened ing-downfeelhigflatulency. ,indiges- ., FII.

thau Is corn are fed to steers, the corn and weather does not destroy them at the back of tbe runners so tlon, iztlneSNol'nervous prostration. -. --
In the droppings: Is much more readily quickly or winds blow them easily that it drags In the soil one to two Why don't you try it ?

t found- and tho benefit derived by the about Use i
hoe from the feeds other than corn Is Err plants, plum and grape "ba lar-I of steel as long as the width of tbe women to write her for nilvict. EAST COAST ADVOCATE

I not very great Although it Is believed fur smaller plants, or for two or Implement, about two Inches wide and Kite has guided thousand to

that some benefit may be derived. Qt lhL v.fr.1...!.utanesL. and t awberry sharpened_on, the front t..I haolnetlms! health. Address, Lynn, 3Iaas. DOES ALL KINDS OF SOCIAL AND COMMERCIAL



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mAST COAST ADVOCATE. TITUSVILLK.! KLA. OCTODER 2, i9(8 \ 7.!

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' JACKSONVILLE. n Treat Influence over the perfection of "
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SUCCESS WITH PLUMS.Good .
both the flavor and color of fruits, la Handsome Frame Residence.Attractively .

unfortunately not nearly so generally
( Self Travelers Hotel JAC1wONVILLE. FIA.pn Effect of Mulching and' Spraylnp present In abundance or Dot In avail\
190d In the Spring.'
I able form There Is no plant food that
the Aml'l'Ic and Ellropl'aQ PlaDder By JAMES ELWJN Minnesota. ", Is applied to fruit crops with such beneflclal and Conveniently Arranged-Estimated
lym Dew ma...;.mf\ot. ewlv turnlMbeft and renovated. A pleasant Last winter IDOtI\ I bought s I effects as potash. This In beet
fD bOiDe. Rafts.: American Plan, f.l.OO:. aDd $240; European, Mcta straw stack In order that we might supplied from the several commercial Cost. 5500.
ItII "up"AH ours forte Uulct; bUtlon stop at the door. mulch
end my plum trees to keep them forms. such n.. muriate' and sulphate
H. W IIANCOCK bark Ui late frost Copyright IDOdl by Henry Wltltklnd. Chleafo. I
Proprietor. In the spring cnt.e it of
IIII potash null U needed to perfect the
IIII beautlfulll located Riverside Hotel, at Green Cove Springs, Is under the might come after lilossuiulug We only fruits
same management; raulcl ftl about one-half and mulched
Supplying' Potash. .
'II'II them la February, when the grouudfroren.
-- Some fruit growers say that potashIs
1.e 1.
emto was As the season was very the paint that nature uses to make

'''II'II Everett Hotel JACKSONVILLE, backward I could not till If It held her colors. Whether thin la true or not,
'11'II them back or not but I do that =
' e 1 FLORIDA.Florida's Mow there U. no doubt that wo can materially !' -
'11 ,\ on those that were mulched the fruit and to the marketable value 'of
'
'11 Wail totter more of It. owing to i.. _
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" ------ situ our hulls by supplying available\ pot
.!.. the moisture v ,
the mulch
retaining !
ash to tbe soil In very many cases An
Largest European Hotel around the tree. On trees that mere!' application of :200 pounds per acre of -
not mulched the fuilt In a Dumber of Si
---- -- either muriate or sulphate of potash la

!m rlnt Bathe sample: Ui*>mi Long; Distance Phonea In Every Room.I cases. wilted and dried up before ripenInc. almost sure to help any orchnrd or '

+4d he Runt of / other fruit plantation writes II, 1-:.
1"f\'lce-'
[ The spring of 1IKNI\ was the first yenr Knriuer,
4Ib Van Denmu lu Orange Judd '
06 OEO, 11. MASON, Manager we sprajod We sprnypd before the Try thin for a few years along/ with i + '
10 e trees were III'' blosnom with bordeau other plant footle. sad good tillage anti
tit and paris green and commenced the ;
oft DAYTONA IH:ACII. notice the rewulta Certain roots! ortrees
second uprn'jIuR after the fruit had .should. l Ito I.'rt'lthol1t the pot"lthtt l
formed. With only a knapsack sprayer \i
show the contrast
'
11 Seaside Inn DAVT<>N'A BEACH, FLORIDA It was Blow l work and we were unable .
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Cse to finish the orchard." All the

alas trees. I bat were sprayed twloe had very Mllll,.n.. nfJtx>ttlM of Kolev's Honeyand

a Good Flailing and Surf U Iblor. Rates: 12./50 per dy and up. Special fine fruit and those that were sprayed Tar hoary boon sold without any;

of ,let by tie week. Also furnished cottages for rent for housekeeping. only once were Inferior. A number of poison ever liavlngexpeilencod any otber / ,
VI nW
vas than beneficial results from Its use for PCKSrECTIVH
the trees that were sprayed twice yielded
Dui IIOKVCE F. STEWART Owner. cough, C'lld and lung trouble '1'his is .t I
of
slxteen- crates elegant
two II
!beeausothe tennlue Koley's Honey and I tNv
50'I' - fruit '.r In the yellow package ooutalrm no
Duly In 11)07) I purchased a barrel 1 opIatr vr oilier harmful. drug (1IlIrdYOlir
too SIlnU:EZI *.prn.\rr.' which made the work easy, health by refusing any but the = :'

va I on One) man would thrive and pump and genuine Hold l by. Tltusvtlle rharnmcy,

Jilltd two would opray. Uy thin lueausi* -- t+.star d10'r

could! spray 200 trees an hour. We
Breakers.SEABREEZE( FLORIDA. !Inirdeaux ORCHARD PRACTICE.How .
N e sprayed twice last year, using ths.lxata'
& lull arsenate of lead .. d
r Black Aphis Expert Fruit Growers Expect to poet, 000's xlroen leech. tNa leeta ,
Fight Peets This Yurt i.a etal o4'-e4 ua-e'selr
The first three years blmk aphis wan
t.rut Rates $1.UO per day and up. Special by Week or SeseooI very;pre\alent among the trees. enpodally In n recent address. l before thee' \\' e a

r .. v the I+e Soto. Last mourner after 1"01'k'lItOt(' fruit growers Henry M, qsuw

the second spraying I noticed nearlyall Dunlap of Illinois gave the followingpoints I It.t.k

M. l\fAnBETTE. Manager. of the new shoots were covered l on fpnijlng, : u 1Ds
,
GRJDto _- -- -- -- _n_ .__ u with this peat and thought perhaps\ No persou'who exports( to be WIIII-OKM.
I spraying bad not belpetl It, !but Iu n ful will undertake\ tn grow uu oiclinn 1 r'.us 1 110'.11 ,

AIELIIOU1tNIL II few dll)'.. to my surprise I found It without Kpmjlng the treys trout. tin / r
concluded the Insects ,
gone and
I all first year of their planting. I tune no ewMDto I ,1
tot working down to the part that wa tired lest dainni u from grasshopper: vest u.hrrl CHAMeeoaecepIION
B BROWN HOUSE MELBOURNE FLORIDA. 1 sprayed obliterated them. In conclusion and other IimecU. In young orchards. ale M4.tald tltooauo
Bievard County. I w Ish to Impress on the minds of II 1 1Isdred 1t
planted to corn than where there wan
CENTRALLY LOCATED, with fine view ot Indian River and Ocean. >3JAnieilean I those raising plums that It la not advisable no (orn, It takes little time to spray

Plan. Rates $2 (I iO) per day. Special rates by the week i iI. .to offer' them for sale In. bUllh..1baskets. young trees. and one moon ,can drive \ 1E1

MRS GKO M. ________ the teim/ and spray such trees HiiccexHfnlly. r
BROWN Proprietor.
I I. The leAf skeletoulrer wblob' In a.er !
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THE MAGNET.'
our section begins. Its work In the Lit

e iIINDEISQSVILLU. :Y. c. ter pint of June IH perhaps the tu..KI

Promising, Early Winter AppU of Rich serious |peat of the young t....-... Sprnj

Yellow and' Crimion. tug at the time the!' eggs hntch out will FIRST FLOOR PLAN.' SKCOM FLOOR PLAN.

Spend a Part of Your Summer's Vacation This promising early winter variety six on IK en, of purls, green or HA eijnlvnlont '. ,

In a seedling/ of Wlnesap which orlg In nrscnutc of lend to fifty pil

IE BLUE RIDGE MOUNTAINS OF WESTERN NORJIf CAROLINA Inn tod with the late Dr. J. Staymon at Ions of water will exterminate* this Thin attractive frame house. of two stories. ,. bnsement and attic was designed 1

I Leavenworlh. I Drink breathe
water Uod'a air where the
pure spring pure nights are merclal Introduction of the variety np" Methodi. '
Progrvtiiv
< cool and NO MOSQUITOES. roof. The flnt floor contain a large living room with open fireplace, a dining
1 pears to have been by J. W. Kerr who Our more progressive growers art d
with bay window and built In ldeboard. reception room stile ball,
catalogued It for the fall of 18S! and! Jnlklng of living dining/ I ho comlniKprlng room 4
:r. GATES has 140 furs rooms< electric lighted Otis elevator spring of 1g1'O oa "Stayman' 1." lout the follow lug* Tbrce kitchen and pun try. Upstairs sro four largo bedrooms anIll bathroom. .One t

bioad verandahs ball room and orchestra that IsconslderAl It U evident, however, that at different pounds rif liliio vltilnl fire pound. or bedroom has an open fireplace." In the attic are two finished rooms. The

the finest In the State. Cuisine awl. service the best, and at prices times different names were used bent lime and six ounce oTpurl green interior finish Is onk on ho first floor with oak floois except In kitchen and

within the reach of all. Write! and tell us what you want .. we' to fifty gallons of water The nppllon pantry, and whltewood, on the second floor with fleorgln. pine floor*.

give all correspondence our personal. attention. Address I lion of this spray mixture rliouM IK 11KNKY WITTEKINU "

tt U made nt least three times. The first .. _. .
WM HEWITT: Manager Hotel Oaten HENDEJISONVILLE, N. O. I IK. before tl\ ------ -- ----
_. application Immediately :
bloom opens and after the follugo anti

NEW YOUIC. I buds. have iH-gun/ to show somo development

( IbU, spraying should, Im ns.

tieIA clone In time to the o|>ciilng of the bloH'

0 soins as pouslble, considering the !

I tel Marlborough amount of spraying to lie done. IInv iI

t Ing a good area of orchard to co"orwith I
,, t''! I
'ry6 spray, sometimes Html ten days l '
!
Broadway, 30th and 37th Streets New York. ahead! of the time I think the bloom. I ,
will be out, and then If there N 41me I

Completely Renovated and transformed In every department. Moat cen- go over the part first. eprajed'tlu'! rop- I ._--
" illy located hotel ou Broadway ELECTRIC LIGHTS and TELEPHONEevery and time conttnnlng the work of the

room In the house spraying. tinttl the actual opening\ of .T. 1UA.TT> OARROT
the liloHHoms In this way a considerable .
EUROPEAN PLAN. 400 Boom 200 bath rooms Rates: $1.60 and) up .
of the orchard a double '
puitlon( gets
and without bath. $2: and upward with" bath. Parlor, bedroom and bath !f 3 + MAGNATE APPLE iprajliig.* The m-coiul spiny U Applied Successor. to MASOVjil! CLAKK: CO., \

.
O.as >d upward. Parlor, two bedroomf and bath tl and upward. /or this variety as Red Sap, Magnet Immediately, after the bloom falls "\'VIIOI.IMAIJ. COMMISSIONVtEnciiANT.

. SWEENEY-TIERNEY HOTEL COMPANY, and Magnate! tbe latter name being the third about three weeks later. I

E. M. TIERNEY, Manager tbe one how adopted. t regard tthe second spraying/ the one APPLES, EARS I Cable Address "
The fruit Is described by WHllatn A after the bloom"' falls, ns t the moist I Inv PEACH; POTATOES '

Taylor ns being of a rich yellow color portant, all things considered.A FLORIDA ORANGES, 'ItOLLFRUI'l'NEW YORK" '

washed with crimson over almost I The ORAPEFKU1T, Ct'fI 'r- -
entire surface and Indistinctly striped
PINEAPPLES :267-200 Washington St. \
Deal
>- with dark purple and covered with Square ,I

Jr.I rn whitish bloom; dot/ variable In size, It assured. you when you buy Dr. Tierce.( ANDSOUTHERN NEW YORK.' 1
//I Ar ...p numerous" yellow or red. The flesh I In family mnllelnes-for aI! the Inpndl- VEQETABLK8F.

I t tsr. yellowish, stained! with red. flue grained cots cT.terlntt Into thl'marA prlntwl on .. )
and their formula
half tender and Juicy. The case the bottlo-wTappcni' .
r. are attested under oath as tain* cumpktoand .
Is small, with brown seeds;
\ numerouy
subaclJ. correct. You know juat what you are Ruhlman: c& Co. \
A the flavor rich with quality paying for and that the Ingredients are .
30 very 'good; season September to Do- gathered from Nature's laboratory, "bring

member In eastern Kansas, about the elected from tho mont valuable native ::.: 201 Washington St. I NEW YORK ar
tame as Jonathan. medicinal root found growing, In our 111: Muiray btrtet. J N. Y. ;
American fore cnm as are perrCTH* h rmlW I >>iiQ to the most XITVe

, -COLOR OF FRUITS. delicate worn\ s rniliiTTcTrNot! a jlmnr' ; :

lI I MmhC1 Miti-rTlnto I their, c n*,.,Mtfjj'iTrni Oranges Pineapples ..nth.nthand .nthr
; Minerals That Should Be Available In Iv r I 1 rO: ,

T the Soil. .
.rfrrlrr -aY t I p o re .rl II I. 1.rL ; r :-
l'elId One of the. chief attractions of the err I ', 1 a lRPII !re Florida Fruits Our Specialty.
: :; : : ,
fruits that are sold on our markets c fl it:1 1 131 properties of IU own \
thing! a most valuable antlaeptlo and anti-
and that win purchasers for them at ferment, nutritive and soothing demul W* represent several of the largest shippers In your State and wish to rap reaea

ICtet, good prices Is their color. A fruit may cent. !
/ Glycerine I plays an Important part In yon also, (Jive| us a trial shipment.. Established 80 years.
be good In flavor, but If It Is not._at. I i,
Dr. IVrce's Golden Medical Discovery In
tractive to the eyeilt, Is not likely to the cure of Indention, dyipepula' and ,. -. ." .SS-.
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sell nearly ao well as one of poorer' weak stomach attended by sour risings, I .:;

: quality that has been decorated by nature poor hnart.-appetite burn. foul, gnawing breath fueling coated In tongue stet, Ga-ra>po. :=volt and Orange Troes. i
beautiful coloring ,
with arb, billoiianevs and kindred, : derangemeats
; There a'ro several things necessary of thentoroich. liver and bowels.Besides have over 200.dOO of the ItB-ST QUATJI'Y that can be produced with ,
:
.
to the natural coloring of fruits among curing all tint above dUtremlngallmenu. klllml labor, and our experience of>>ver Si year '

which! are moisture, beat light and I spnclfia l thn'Uolden: Medical' Dlscoverjr We bud principally. on HOUR OKANOK<< 8l'OCK/but supply. Krapefrnltind'ioma 5c.
Is a for all diseases of the muoous I :.
r the proper elements In the soil aud In membranes,, a* ...catarrh whether of the : Oranges on other stocks. > 'y,
available forms. Indeed nearly all naval paaaaffes or of the stomach, bowels VuitTin: HKNIKITOIT: OUR OITSTOMKUH Ar.USa TilE
plant growth depends on all these. beIng or pelvic organ Even In Its ulcerative INDIAN JtlVKIt, wehaveentablUhedat' UKANCH NU1WKHV NEAR KOHT 1,1
I supplied In abundance. stages It will yield to this sovereign rem l'lerce. where we hove 301,000< choice Grapefruit and Orange trees, budded on Sour 't
IHE odr If lUnaebaperaeveredln. In Chrome Stock and two, buds In floe condition for planting. ,. ,
: -one year
Estentlal Elem.nts.But Catarrh of the Nasal pamag**.. It U well,
Some while taking the "Golden A.ed lea I Discovery" KAJlHJC-that!: In buying trees here, YOU Thus NO IIISK 07 IIfOIYO
ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING OFFICE I It does not matter bow pure the fur the nncnsiary, eonatltutlonal WHITE rl.T INTO YOVtt OKOTK.: .l'
: air may be nor bow mart sunshine If treatment, to cleanse the ponsaKos freely Send: for new decorlptlve catalogoe wUh prices and full Information.31'III1III1g'N .

-. I the proper elements are not In tbe soil two or three times a day with Dr.: Bairn's POJUOUn. N1U..CI.JC. :$1
Catarrh Kem !dr. This thorough ,
course
which the coloring matter I*
IJ'o I from rryty : '
of treatment generally: cures the worst ) FLA. gee
usre --- extracted. There are several mine ale caes. Wholesale. and Retail, \Bo.: Office MIAMI

that are absolutely essential the) In coughs sad hotniene etniuwl" by bron t
" Does all Kinds and, Description of tbestVre this: throal and Junir .traction, excrpt con- ------ -- ---.-- ----.-.-- -- -- -
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Among
coloring itimptlim its .o?>nrn Iron magnesia and potash. *% .Jed..1 lJt.euvery. I. a vast .m"II'I'' rein-
ed,. espectsltr In those obstinate b..ntr ,
unroutfhe
Lime la often needed and"no" are |tart' caused by irritation tedeonCastknof .1 i
ash phosphorus. aud a few other tnln lbs brunclI. si mucous menlhnnw.. 1 h. Lois' 0---1- i
U not *>.<.>., for acute rou.he sri.dug. .- OOK.SC'R'E'. llt.l Tj'4
erals. Fortunately Iron wblcb In one from sudden cclrtn. nor muss U bo espect.d ... .Uot. ..
FI ebb Fri. ti.c.g-: of tbe most essential of the Coloring to curt cnmumptlon In lu advance>(l ." It I I.

properties. Is usually contained In all stow-no this medicine, chronic will courhi do th, which t-but If fur n"lfrJ allobetln.M. : : .:''I d..lw., 10"'' i I

"- arable soils In snfncleof quantities and =.,.it,: ::bet' tresu'ol" lead. thst up eta .
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e In available! form potash, wblcb. balI put THE fMAJIIIlLl"URNU CO.. Ivy $U, AtlaMsi ; f ,

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8 I BAST COAST ADVOCATE), 'USVILLE. FLA.: OCTOBER 2, 1908.

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.....+ti+srit................M......+tM..+f"t+....+fv.N..... GOODALLS' GENEROSITY CONTROLL OF WHITEFLY.For .

WRITE FOR ILLUI4TJtA CATALOOUE TINU GIFT GIVING GOODt-; N'"E

The Sanford (Me) Tribune of recent Introducing fungus use the method -

Ifl : date contains a two page article about of spraying the spores (!germs) of the
Diamond l tioe Jewelry
t. the dedication of a town ball, which was fungus mixed In water against the under ,

Rings VW: sues., !I'lns, .. w 110 g..J.' Cut Clocks Glass, : made possible through the generosity surfaces of the whitefly infested i :Fr24i41:4We : 'G<><>De
B roocb ell, :sr:; of Mi Thomas Goodall, and his son, leaves Several trees treated with the r
Silver Tea Set
*
i Fobs, Chain, .,.. SilverFlatware f Mr. E. M. Goodall, of Sanford, Main, red Aschersonta( by this method at I).-

Locket, h w and Daytona Beach, Fla., who are so well Laud on April 21 and 22:. 1008, had near
Crossed, Toilet Articles have just received a large shipment of the
W .1.
i M Charms, "r ('. Ilsnd.Painted known to many of our people, as they ly half of tbe whitefly larvae on them

B.Ckle., n' China, 4 4'A i own valuable orange(; property near TI- Infested and dead by tbe middle of the Famous Royal Scarlet and Robin Hood Brancla

t Bracelets and "! 1847 Rogers' tusvllle, and spend some time here every:; follo'IDjlJuDe.: Trees treated In the same food
The finest Products in
of can good the
all kind of Plated ware.
: winter. way and with the same fungus at New

N We.would like to reprint the whole Smyrna on Nov. 2<>, 1007, showed slmllar World.. > .

; 9c4; article, but lack of space prevents. One results by the twenty.flrsj$ of August

of the orators of the occasion, has the of tbly year Other experiments have COME IN AND LOOK OVER: THESE GG'-Ds

.Z. JBWELEKS SILVERSMITHS.JACKSONVILLE. following to 1&110 part of his address z I not been equally successful In some

a 4 41 West Bay St. .. FLA. 4 The speaker remembers with great instances the causes ot failure are not We are agents for Btllards Oblisk Flour, Chase

3 Satisfactory Guaranteed. We Prepay all Forwarding Charges. i pleasure and greater gratitude the happyas well understood; lo others It was doubt & Sanbprn' and Barrington Hall steel cut

********************** ********************* well as profitable hours he spent whena less due to the extreme drouth. Thereare celebra'ted
boy In the private library of Mr. Good- however, only one or two Instances Coffee, also the Mapes Fertilizers
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all, because be had learned some way, 1 I In! which the writer failed to get any

Robbing ijiiaiii.: WET OR DRY ELECTION. do not know how, that 'I was a reader. growth of fungus at all, when good fresh

Many an armful of literature be broughtto material was used between the1 dates of

(Incorporated) Sbarpes, Fla, Sept. 2', 1008. my father's house for me to read. April >he 41 and November 20 E. L. BRADY & BRO

PAID UP CAPITAL $:..IISOOO.OOThlloomp' Ediforlast Coat Advocate( One of the most fascinating things WHBN TO APPLT THE FUNOI. ,
r Will please Insert the about It Is that no one knows If It Is one .
you accompanying It Is at thowtlmes when the larvaeare
1 owns3L notice In the columns of the ADVO- i hundred or five hundred rw.n whom,
first second and third
young ( stages])
.
: : .A. IfcT ID S like the speaker, remember some deed of TITUSVlLLE, FLORIDA
CAT and oblige our A ntl Saloon League.To 'and abundant, that the fungus can be
I kindness done this whose I
by man
the Indian Rivet Country; On the St. the Public : great most readily started. For some time
business activities have not been so ,
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Lnole Hirer; at New River and on Bay The wholesale respect paid to the law great that be has forgotton his fellow past young larvae of the first, second
and third stages have been abundant In
Intoxicants
the sale has
forbidding of
Biscayne Prices to suit* the times not saved the taxpayers from the dangerof m.n. Prosperity bal not spoiled! biro." whttefly: -Infested tree, and they wille ....................................................
Send for Land Lilt, : One of the oldest burying grounds ln
another pensive wet and dry campaign : ntlnue to be more or less abundant 2 H. O. UTLBV,(toners Manager. D.. E R. BLAxswoooBegtst.red; fcnutgut t
Offices at Tltuirllle and Miami. Fla. unless defeat he Sanford was the Nanson. Cemetery, located until about the end of November. It
we can petitionnow
where this building now stands
circulated for this should, therefore, be an easy matter to

f: East Coast Meat Market The being people have so recently purpose.given Na The son first, who body died burled Deo. 15 here, 178-1.was. In Peter the tart be a growth Introduced of fungus now Funguscan | TITDSVILLE PHARffiAGY I

r their mandate at the polls In favor of a at any time from .
y year 1000 Mr. E,1,1. Uoodall. foreseeing ,
about till November
April : except
dry county that It does seem a shame per-
p, O. F. DUhEN, Agent. that Sanford would some time need anew brief
that we have to try It over again so soon. and tbeadvantages bpI during a period In May: or (Successors to till! Red Cross Pharmacy)
! town building recognizing I
I June just before the Issuing of tbe second
i All the Urge employers of labor In the i '
: of this lot, very generously brood of
At that
adulttwhitefiys. period
0I TITUSVILLE FLORIDA
the saloon them
pa county regard open near -
offered to the of removingthe
-. pay expense of the larvae J
ao would be In the
I many .
to their business If not
y as a menace a i
sa.: : bodies to Oakdale Cemetery If the
r o: r wd calamity, as labor Is so difficult to direct fourth and fifth stages, when they appear -1 Complete Stock' of-
would deed their land
tfasson heirs to
to be In Immune infection
to by fungus
when
=pa' If the whiskey law fail convenient of Its and tbe town for a public building, and It that little success might be attained PURE DRUGS AND DRUGGISTS SUNDRIES
Pit_ sa.: : purpose, our was done. The building committee's December :
sheriff and his deputies and the marshals January, February and I E'
report has told you the rest. You have March favorable ,
not for the Introduction
=a In our towns can not or will not do their are Jpgr-Prescrlptlons Filled with the '
beard how the f30,000 was raised by the of
because the
fungus
probably
eeN utmost to enforce the law, then such a Utmost Care and Promptitude'RWE
town and proved to be Inadequate to
larvae of tbe
=' wbltefly are then almost all
petition Is the logical outcome, otherwisethe
g.. build such town building as we needed -
In the fourth fifth .
ra Antl-Saloon League calls upon hall how the Gnodalls, with characteristic or stages.PRECAUTIONS / i WANT OUR TRADE. GIVE US A TRIAL ORDER, I'n

4 TITU8VILLB, FLORIDA. friends of temperance to deollne to sign public spirit, came forward] with '30,- TO BB TAKKM. ,

it the petition. Respectfully, 000, which was Increased time and again Use f iingiis which Is well matured. NNNNt NNNN1N.H..NNNMNN/N111 .

QKO W. HOLMES, Thy should be either r.t.. bright red ,or
b1 additions for armory, town clock,
,* President of Brevard Co.,* ntl-S.loon grsdelng sidewalks and otbeq thlng until a bright lemon-yellow color, .accordingas .

t1 League a total of $I2M>0 has been given I. the red or the yellow species Titusvill Lumber Co

-_ When I was passing through the which Is taken Since much of the sum

Tltusvllle, Fla., Sept., 21, 1008.!! building, today I looked for some tablet, mer' growth: of fungus frequently becomes -

Editor Eaut Coat Advocate: at least telling tbe story of generosity: weathered or drops from the trees ARE NOW SELLING 11
before the following spring, It believed
the of someone. I rememberof
on part
I beg In valuable to
space your paper to be best to use plenty of it now, and II
make a statement In regard to the petition seeing fine concrete bridge In the .
11 I" still avaiable to Introduce
IO DOW being circulated for the purpose eastern part of the State not long ago, more LUMBER
.
next spring Rains Immediately followIng I
f t nrr 'tinK of calling a wet and dry electionin against ODe side was a great bronze,
Brevard county. stating the reason for building 1 IT,[, and Introductions of fungus appear tobe .

In the first place, I want It distinctly who paid for it, and I remembered a conducive towards getting a good S AT TOE FOLLOWING PRICt
understood that I a bridge in my own town, built and paid growth; but It Is not necessary to wait .

am solely responsible for the who as road commissioner for rain when spraying i Rough Framing . . . . . . . . .III 1
f for Its circulation. No citizen of Tltusvllle by man Cut down the chinaberry, umbrella Framing, dressed four side. . . . . .v.( . I it t
3, ., ty i I+R Rru nor any other precinct In the county that year, charged two dollars for tree and other food A, Flooring, Ceiling and Siding. . . . . . . 22
State, or anywhereelse has had one his ,services. He covered the whole plants of the whitely B. Flooring, Celling and Biding . . . . . .. ". 2J(
ha ''illN to do with It. I the sole length of Washington street with crushed It (see Bulletin 88,) and so stop the In'estatlon No. 1, Common Flooring, Ceiling and Siding . . . . . 'IS
gi 1 I thing am stone lIe one thousand dollarsfor spread by these. No. 2, Common Flooring, CeIling and biding . . . . J'
author of It. Jt Is a right guaranteed gave Door and Window Casing and Finishing Material, dressed four sides, 2\1\' e

mi under the law A right that my dry State roads He and his father gave TWO BPBCIK9 OF WiriTSFLY WHICH UE- Sheathing, dressed one side . . . . . . . . 10

friends exercised two years ago, and as the larger part of the money required to QUIRK DIFFERENT FUNOI The above prices are for carload lots, f. o. b. mills, Tltusvllle, Fla. o

i Ton will not make a mistake by trying this Is the only Incorporated town In the build this beautiful building. It Is not The fact that the citrus whitefly of PROMPT SHIPMENTD. -

t the above brand of Wnlskey-It Is oounty that voted wet two years ago, necessary to put their names on any part Fonda represents two distinct and easly -

y N( the grandest for the money. and as this town has been my home for of this Town building, for they will\ be distinguished species has only recenty ._ u -_ -- e

rt' k HANNE BROS., many years, and, as I believe, I am .the remembered for whit they have done been established by the writer This Pbarm
H. SPELL. DR. J. C. SPELL Reglsred '
t Jacksonville, Florida. only maq living In the county today who There may come a time when this bullring discovery Is of Importance, since It appears 0'er

Complete Price List for the Asking. has even been engaged In the business, I will 'bs marred. Tt'oe will come that the yellow Asohersonla will

feel that I am the proper one to raise when we shall be /gone, but Indelibly not thrive upon the species A, which Banner Drug Store

the question on the part of the Anti-Pro- stamped on Its history and prosperityare haa amotbe and generally light colored m

1 West End Pharmacy blbltlonlsts. the names of its greatest benefactors, egg, pupa cases which do not collaps TirUSVILLE, FLORIDA.

I wish to assure the public, generally, Thomas Goodall, Its foremo.t'oltlzeD, when empty, and adults with unmarked Toilet Articles, Perfumery, Stationery Etc,

EAU OALLIE. FLA. that there Is no politics, nor' graft. In E. M. Goodall, and those men who,associated white wings. The yellow, Asthersonla roa'

-0'S.. C> Hodgson M. D., R. P., this move, only a straight forward business i with them, have done so,much to appears to thrive o ily upon the other '
SODA WATERS and ICE CREAM
Proprietor. proposition, and every one who build up and beautify Sanford species B, whlch, has rough eggs, cover-

-' Corner of Young and Houston Streets.I knows me, knows that I have at all .- \ ed with a microscopic net work of six. Ied

times willingly submitted to the wishesof MANDAMUS PROCEEDINGS. sided meshes, and generally dark..or !. PURE t,
FRESH DRUGS.
Stock of and
Complete Drugs Druggist'sSundries ,
of fellow citizens black. The pupa oases collapse when
a majority my
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per -
: Cigars' Stationery, eru
,.e Pt, fumery, Toilet Articles, Respectfully, Judge Minor L. Jones, heard the man- empty, and the edges of the silt through Mall orders promptly filled. Will order anything we have not In StocL

,, 4 Souvenir Cards, F. A. LOHIKI \ which the adult emerged. become- more "
Candles, Etch i damuy proceedings of B. J. Lasseter or less folded Inward Into the empty
I and R. J. Mather vs. the Dade county I"M
case. The adults have COMPANY I"t
MASS MEETING white'wing. INDIAN RIVER
t Prescriptions Carefully Compounded. I Board of County1' Commissioners on with a smoky- 61ored area visible towards ort I"d t

There will be a Mass Meeting of the Monday, when attorney G. A. Worley the end of each fore wing, when f -Dealers In-
citizens of Tltusvllle at the Court house appeared for the complainants and at- red
.
i these are viewed they lie folded on the
Hodgson Bros. on Thursday evening, October 8th at orneys R. H. Seymore, II. L. Ilussey back of the insect These distinctive STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES or

7:30 o'clock for the purpose of nominating and R, B. Gentler represented the Couny character can be made out by the use At.Competitive Prices Id

EAU OALLIE, INDIAN RIVER, FLA town officers for the ensuing Commissioner.
year.
hand
of a magnifier. The red Ascber- GASOLINE, CYLINDER OIL, CUP GREASE, ETC. ae
The prosperity of the town' depends on Judge Jones sustained tbe decision
Marine Railway. souls and the brown fungus are knownto d
of the Board of County Commissioners -A.lloxxla.xi.rst: (QAULOVER CANAL) 3P1A
the selection of its officers let
so
everybody
'y'v General Merchants and Ship Chandlers. thrive on species A, but will also, growto aA
of Dade In to B. F, Tostoffioe AddreaTITUSVILLE, FLA.
t attend this meeting and take apart refusing grant
some extent at least
VacUltles. on species B.
I' .Special In Its deliberation. See the call for an jasseter a license to run (a i saloon In ,If there I. aqj doubt In regard to hln

for Hauling Out, Storing and Repairing election on page 4. Precinct No. 10 of Miami.In which specie is present, send specimens I
i the case'\ of R J. Mathers, the L. ar. QOFt.EY:
Yachts and Launches. to the Experiment Station for Identlflcation' ,
Mention the ADVOOATB when writing tare Property For Sale At Eau Judge ordered the County Commissioners It Important to know which Successor, Marvin Goodman. Next to F. E. C. Ry. depot.

1tM' Gallle Florida.I to reconvene and go Into the merits species Is being dealt with, In order to TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.
and demerits mow. throughly that Jus-
r .know which fungus use -Maklug a Specialty of- Or.
Orange Grove at a Bargain Ice may be done to both sides I
have seven acres of land for sale on For more detailed I Information writeto d
I the :bank of Eau Osllle harbor, Indian tbe Experiment Station( at Gainesville Fresh, JFViiits; mid On-iixlieH,

5 acres,hammock about land,4 acres of bear- River, Fla., adjoining the winter head Drayiug.Draylng for bulletin 88, and for press bulletin 80 Gijam-rw Raid Cold Drink; OIOI,
Ipg orange grove: 1 mile from Station
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Crops-1005.$80.15(6$150.; ) ; 1007, quarters of the Kentucky Military Institute. I of all Inds 82 and 88 SANFORD BREAD CAKES AND PIES-always Fresh. T,
1500. Will be sold at a bargain hauling prompt. Your patronage solicited. Satisfaction guaranteed.PAPERHANGING .
This is s rare chance for anyonevbo 11 attended to. Meet all trains. Stove .
Water front, excellent boating and CARD OF THANKS. dA.,
wants an orange grove. wood for sale at all time. .
Good
safe ,
harbor.
flshlng. Flag'ata- --'\ -
Address, MORGAN: WALTON .
i R. E. HOLTKIT. Tttasvllle.
lltusvllle tion adjoin land. Trains pass for Id
lie.
I' Elockledge, Palm Beach and Miami, and Mrs. C. Cllins and family wish us to Fairl.: : t: :rl.g: x I 0,
1, It Is said that tbe condition of King express through the colusos of the ADVOCATE x ..
connect. with West Indian steamships.Fine .
Orange Grove For Sale. eopold of Belgium despite rumors to : their sincare thanks to those
piece of property for winter FINIS31SIGN sa
e the contrary Is not aucb as to cause who so ti'ndl1&1l1llted them In administering KALSOMINING, VARNISHING, 8TAINIVO,
homes or semi-tropical gardening Fine
t Famous Turkey Creek Orange Grove printer climate. serious alarm In which connection It to the want* of Mr. F. Ferrerla; PAINTING OF ALL KINDS, ETC. !. rrFo

and Truck Farm for sale at a bargain; Will sell cheap may be recalled that whom the god and the assistance rendered them at the Old Furniture made to look Ilk,* new Mirrors Made and ReSlivered.Reasonable
love die young and his Belgian majee- time I of his death and burial.
200 acres of 'land, about one mile river CAST J, WAITOH, Rates-
and creek front; several hundred bearing 5C2 Blue Hill Ave., ty has never displayed virtue to any "'
fatal extent v"AT ES.: ; :eED:
threatening _
+ orange and grapefruit trees; 60 acres Boston, Mass. aFHURCH NOTICES. ,

suitable for celery. Artesian wells easily Shop In Scrtmgeour Building,
How varied and unequal are the pecuniary ,* BAPTIST CHURCH.Rev. FLORID IJci
1 driven. Flag station of F. E. C. Railway Job Printing. TITUSVILLE, -

: known as "TUlman," on land. '\ ; rewards of authorship! PresIdent Win. Stone will preach at LaGrange onWI
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Roosevelt Is to receive $2 -
per -
Beautiful place; Just suited for winter Do not forget the fact that at the AD on Sunday next at 11 a. m., and 'bt
borne. Three miles south of Melbourne VOOATB office. Tltusvllle, we do job word as a hunter of big game, while al TltusvUle a 7:30: m.
p.
Ma
Apply to D. L. Gauldon, Tltusvllle, printing of all kinds, neatly' cheaply anti Richard Harding Davis gets only $1.47 EAST COAST 'ADVOCATE PRINTING OF1
t' Fla or Goode Real Estate Melbourne expeditiously. Letterheads, Notebeads, per day as a Westcbester county
; Have .
Billheads, Envelopes Tags, and all other (N. Y) deputy-sheriff. yy you paid your subscription
Kla It kinds. f Look at tbe date. "" DOES ALL KINDS OF SOCIAL AND COMMERCIALl" rRISTISG.




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