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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 16, 1908
Publication Date: -1891
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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19. NO. 8. TITUSVILLE FLORIDA FRIDAY OCTOBER O. 10O8. PRICE Co.



NEWS Fashionable Clothes for Mennm The Fernnld Hardware Co. of lied Orange lluxnn,
LOCAL HEN THE POSSIBILITIES
Young Men. Htuifonl W

And Topics of General Interest We furnish orange boxes with the .

Fall and winter IPOt and 1009 designed Have just received a carload of field Lock Joint I'anellleada (the bead which of: DOrov: nrc1: OouuaLty Soil

THE ADVOCATE, and made by the celebrated master tall. fencing, 'carload of wire nails and took the prize at the last State Kali;);

11.50 per annum, In advance. ers and designers Schloos Bras it Co., barbed wire, car of aaah and doors solid or panel centers, fiber or birch Are taken into consideration, land here cannot be said to

.7J '. six months, of Baltimore. Also Iron pipe fittings, gasolene' enginespumps ; hoops smoothly out pine sides, and can he expensive, although it does cost something to do the
ti.OO per an. to foreign oountrles.When The new models now on display; are corrugated Iron roofing, ameverything print your brand on heads and Ilde..
,
After the Und l Is In condition for cultivation
the highest expression of the tall first clearing.
subscribe for the ADVO very In the hardware, paint and We also sell Cement-ooated Xall, I .
you the It does not cost. you or's art, In style, drape and distinctive building lines. Wraps, Cypress Field !Boxes and Spruce the succession of crop that may be raised from It I is

CATS cents by per year week, postage Included. nee.; they give character to a man's flg Write for price, Ladders.W. frequent and rapid. Profitable crops may be produced for I.

brae ure, and they Impart the consciousness Ties FKRMALD HARDWARK Co., A, MfCRHYDAT CO., ten month In the year, one after the other, on the lime I
Reading notice ads are ten cents of being well dressed at all times. $10
rr 51-4w SANPOHD FI.A. If Palatka Fla.Mr. .
land. Clearing costa money labor costs money, fertilizers i '
per line on this page.: 12.10, 13.ftO, 15.00: $18.00, 2000.
cost but the returns are large certain and profita )+
,
-The Board of Publlo'lnstruotlon met WINSToN S. BRANXi\a, -Judge M. S.:: Jones Is In Miami this C. W. Oilgg; has his sister, money '
(to TltusviUe and' look the field We have'some
ble. Come
for and value
memben Headquarters Style over.
he first of tbe :week, with all this week holding Circuit Court. Mrs. McCormick, visiting him.
Titusvllle, Fla. of the finest hammock land In the State. Call upon
pre. ent. jMrs. j. -Mr. (Carl C. Curtis was shaking -Mr. A. S. Pratt lost his black horse,
& Walton and eeywhat have for sale /
L. A. Brady will\ entertain tbe -Mrs' W. II. McFarland expects to hands with his numerous friends In Titusvllle Wednesday: night, by being run over by a Morgan they

Club on Tuesday on Monday. train. -----.--- --.--- '-
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regressive leave In a few days for Jacksonville .

afternoon, October, 13th. NEW Nackeral at Goldsmlgh'a. TilE SATURDAY EVENING POST WHY ANOTHER ELECTION AMONG THE HOTELS.Take I
-Mrs. C. Collins left last Thursday,

-Miss Annie Norwood, who has been for Cocoa, where she Is visiting, Mrs. -Mr, E. W Cross, Is now behind the at Banner Drug Store. '
month tbe citizens of Brevard note of the hotel ads on our
vacation of about a We call upon
DJoylng a Uoldimlth's
Goo.
F. Perry counter of W. E. grocery -Mr. Carl Battle:expecta to leave today 7th
M returned to ber position In the Star county to stand by the best Interests of page. 'I
tore. for Greenville S. C. where he 1 bas
DR. HOUQHTON dentist Peck Block
,
the county In the present tnmperenc The ADVOOATB I II on file at all the
ffice.Mrs. Daytona, Fla. tf. -Hon. Oeo. DeCottes, attorney-at' accepted a railroad position agitation. Less than two years ago the best hotels'in New York city,

J. E. Miller wife of our popuar -Miss Ma&l Schuyler, of Walton, law, of Sanford, wa here, on legal bull- -Mr. A. F.; Miller Is the new night county went overwhelmingly "dry.
dentist, who has spent tbe sumer this week of the Falmhurst.Mrs. Tbe new Hotel De Soto, at Tampa,
bas been In Titusvllle for tbe past week ness, guest operator at the depot. He was formerly Why should we be asked at this time, to
,
'a the north, principally at Chloaco: re- Fla!, I II open for the season under the
home In West Tltuavlllen visiting Mrs. P II. Wright O. II. Nolan, of Jacksonville, with tbe Norfolk & Western R. R. re-open a question BI> recently settled at '
urned to her management of Mr. W. L. Parker.
arrived In Mltuavllle yesterday on a the polls! To open this question again
,
Saturday last. WANTED good; faithful servant THE DENTOS Is now located at Uar-
vfslt to Mrs I.. A. Brady by calling an election will cost the tax 'l'be attention of our readers I I. calledto
neon Dock Eau Gallle. DentistryIn
Is wanted Mrs. P. Nelson
BT( YOUR FALL HAT THE LAR- girt; by J payers of tbe county literally hundreds the ad. of the Palmhurst, Titusvllle,
all branches skillfully executed
gMt assortment of the season's latest South Titusvllle. tf. Conductor Hale, of the SanfordTItusvllle of dollars. Do we want to pay It f which I I. receiving a good patronage andIs
1> J. Edward Urlcb.
r. .
cats are shown at Brannlng's. -Mr. M. S. Jones, Jr., and son Minor, branch resumed his run on Monday Brevard county Is In a prosperous, very popular with the travllng\ 'pub

-Mr. Carl Schuylercame up from of Quay, returned to their home on Fri. and Conductor Hampton returnedto -Mr. Richard Robblns left, Wednesday growing condition. tier criminal docket Ito

the Sheriffs day last, after spending several days 10Titunllle fct Augustine i via Tltnsvllle Sanford, branch for Is clearer than for years. The homes of
Walton, Monday, to attend A four-story addition to the Duval
ale of perishable goods of tbe firm of -, vlsttlne relatives. DR. MILLER, DENTIST, TITUS- Winter Park to resume bis studies In her reople are the abode of peace and Hotel, Jacksonville, Fla., Is under con \

ohn R. Walker Co.. but as the sale -Miss Susie Teeter one of the teachers tulle, Fla. C I Rolling College plenty and sobriety. Formerly many of struction., Among other Improvement

''u over by noon, 'he arrived too late. In tbe Titusvllle High School, return' -Mr. Wm T. Mathers, has purchased WILLIAM TELL Flour at Goldsmith's. these homes were ravaged unite by the to saloon defeat are the addition of some private baths,
all citizens
Let
Ie[ returned home on the night; train. ed from Arcadia, Sunday, where she a new Fox shot gun, and expects to enjoy -lion.,L. 0. Starbuok, of Orlando, the traffic.call of another election, by refusing hot and cold water In the rooms, some

-Mr. Casper Minis, of Fort Pierce, had been called on account of the death tbe fine quail hunting Afforded! at appeared before Judge Jones Friday, on to sign the petition asking for such redecorating and refitting, telephones, \\I, .

u In Titusvllle, Saturday shaking of her sister Mrs. Reed. TltusviUe., in Important law case While In the election. steel ceiling for the_dicing! room, etc.

ends with his friend He sloped over CLYDE LINE TICKETS FOR SALE. -Miss Mable Waoamakerstenograpb- city Mr. btarbuck stopped at the Palm. Yonr for permanent prosperity Her U the good news the Florida hotel

Titusvllle and Mlms for a day or so, Two tickets for sale over the above er for the Tltuavllle Lumber Co., waa burst Tbe Brevard Co. Anti Saloon League, men are waiting for, {fresh from Del. ,

'Itb his sister Mrs P. L. Kyzer, of line, cheap. Call at ADVOCATE office. called to Orangeburg, 8. C., by telegram -Mr. G. E. Swindle, of Yaldosta, G*., r aw.re: "Basing their belief upon the J

lies, en route to Baltimore, where he TltanlllHr. announcing the serious Illness of her who own a large orange grove; near TI. TO REBUILD JAIL, action of squirrels, now busy storing

111 enter a dental college for his last .. Wm. M. Brown, and daughter, sister tusvllle was In tbe city three day this away winter supplies, and upon the unusual ,

erm. I Miss Louise, formerly of Titusvllle, are -Mr. and Mrs, Hy Oaye, who have week In Interest of bis grove, Mr. Swin, The Board of County Commissioner growth of weeds, farmers In thIs

NOW 18 THE TIME TO PLANT i expected In Boston, Mass, this week, boem spending the summer at Asbury die, who was guest of the Palmburst, at tbelr meeting,.this week, awarded the vicinity are preparing for a severe win

our garden; and Crenshaw Bros., Seed i on a visit to Capt. and Mrs. J, O. Walton Park, N. J., spent a plesant day at the left for the north, Monday : contract for the rebuilding and remodeling ter. They claim the weed grow higH-

'o., Tampa, Fla., II the place to !rtet your I at 602( Blue Hill Ave., Franklin Palmhurst hotel here, en route to tbelr -Mr. and Mss C. L. Berge, and Miss "f the Brevard"county jail to when heavy storms are coming, which Ienature's

'ed. They have True Bermuda Onion I Park. winter home at Fort Flame Mabel Berge, of Adelpbla, N. J., who Contractor P. J. Hall, of Titusvllle, for way of enabling bird to find

eta and Seed, absolutely pure stock, ban a host of friends In Titusvllle expect 13,405 00. Considering the changes seeds to eat when the ground I I. covered.
D. Provost
-Mr. Chan. a prominentmerchant -Mr. L. W. Wares prominent knightof Farmers who believe an Ibundant'per..
nd don't forget they have FRESH gar. of In town to sail from New York for Jackson.yule made In the plans and specifications( ,
.
Georgian, was the grip, who represents one ot Jacksonville's simmon heavy winter
en and flower seed and poultry supplies.Miss on October 8th, en route to theircosy the price at ,which the contracts was crop prosage a ,
tbe Sheriffs sale of
Monday, attending \ largest wholesale grocery the fruit this I II
say year unusually plentiful
winter home In New Smyrna. The awarded I III much cheaper than the
Frances Robinson, who Is well the perishable good of tbe store of houses, was a pleasant visitor to Titus ."
ADVOCATE will follow. at which Mr. Decker offered to repair -
sown In Tilunllle, and who bad just John R. Walker A Co., and purchased a vllle\ Monday, the guest of tbe Palm. price

en visiting Mrs. J. O. Walton In Bosn fine mule, besides a lot of groceries hurst. NOW II THE TIME TO PLANT the jail, making It a one story structure THE SALOON AGAIN,
before the seat election
. had a from death garden, and Crenshaw Bros, Seed county I
narrow escape THE: TIME TO PLANT your -
NOW JS -Dr. and Mrs. Harry O. Utley return and the County Commissioner are to be
"t Friday. She was on ber way to your garden,$ud Crenkhaw Bros., Seed ed to Tltuavllle Wednesday evening Co., Tamp., Fla., Is the place to get congratulated upon getting the jail rebuilt Merritt, Fla., Oct. 4, IfKW.

ew York, from Providence, R. I., when Co., Tampa, Fla., Is the place to get your Tbe doctor ha spent the past month at your seed They have True 'Bermuda and remodeled In such an up-todate Editor Kant Cecil Advocaltl
Ie steamer the newest Onion Sets and Seed, absolutely2pure;|
Commonwealth
seed. They have True Bermuda Onion his old home la North Carolina, while style at such reasonable terms The great outcry against the change of
id largest: Fall River Line steamer, ran Jets and Seed absolutely stock, tock.and don't forget they have FKKSII .
pure Mr. Utley bas spent the summer with ---- the county seat from Titusvllla was the
to and sank the Norwegian freight and don't forget they have FRESH garden her mother In :Halt I more. garden and flower need and poultry sup SAGO PALM BLOOM publlo cost Involved, which would be

earner, Volund, In a dense fog, off the and flower seed and poultry supplies.Mr. plies.. --T- 8-4 I saddled upon the taxpayer The voting
'we Rock, at the eastern entrance of -Mr*. A. W. liule, of Jacksonville,
F. C. Glfford, wife and children, MASS MEETING Mrs. P. Nelson had, last week, two sago taxpayers: decided to risk no Increase of
ng Island Sound, N. Y. There were arrived In Tltuavllle Saturday' last, ona
of Vero who have spent tbe past two palm ttaf were In bloo' The I"Ira taxes, aDd tbat tbe county seat should
II XX()() board most of whom week's visit to ber sister, Mrs U. F. i
passengers on
months visiting New York City, Long A mass meetlne of the citizens of TI- ; palm rarely blooms before It Is ten to remain where It I is, In Titusvllle.
ere asleep In their berths! at the time Duren. Capt. Bui i* on a cruising trip
tusvllle held the house last
Island Vermon and across tbe border was at court fifteen years old, and It Is quite a pretty Now a single resident of Titusvllle, on
the collison between with a party of railroad officials, having
tbe two steamers
into Canada stopped In Titusvllle Tuesday evening. and a large number was present sight; the bloom forms. like a cabbage his own responsibility, start the movement
he collision chartered a boat at Miami and expect
,
took place at 100; a. m., '
via. lead being completely wrapped In the which demands that the taxpayer
d en rout home, having come ;
the W..t.Grandmother .
terrible. to cruise to Key I
panic on board was CI'dll Line from New York to Sanford.For Tbe meeting was called to order, and ago leave till It opens, when U varies I of the county shall be subject to the cost

ortunately, no one was drowned, It I II homes o'f Sharp, O. A. Stewart elected chairman, and E. from a bright red at the center to a yellow of a wet and dry election. This may Involve I

id. The bow of tbe Commonwealth a number of years tbe white accompanied by Ler husband, Dr U. W B. Wsger secretary. *J'he following tick at the end of tbe petal too, tbe support for life of the '

a* badly smashed above the waterline, people, ladles especially] bUll enjoyed Holmes, spent yesterday In Tltusvlll et was nominated : Mr. Meteon brought some of tbe victim of the saloon which It may paunrlz -.
d she Is laid In York for exoilve of fishing from the city
New he fine
up sport visiting their granddaughter and Mr. For Mayor bloom to the ADVOCATI office where It > *.

repairs. Muse Robinson and theher pier, but this year the pier bas been F. B. Hooble.: Mr.. Holmes took this B. R. WIL8 Y. baa been of considerable interest to It would be Inflnately better to pen .

passenger are rejoicing over their monopolized by the negroes. la past method of celebrating ber birthday although For Marshal and Collector: those who>> hue seen It.SHERIFF'S Ion lbs men that must be supported by

ry narrow escape from a watery graveLong years this bas been a sources of much she I I. not naming the number J. N. WALLER.For the nefarious business, than to let the

Island Sound. pleasure during the long summer days, Clerk: SALE. saloons loose upon the community agate

and many have expressed their regrets FURNITURE, DRY OOQDrt, 8HOK8, J. P. WILSON' A. R. Moons

FOR SALE.One I hat It could not be enjoyed this year. Steering Wheels and Boat Cushions. For Asaesor of Taxes: Sheriff Jos. P Brown held an auction

Fruit Jan and Rubbers, Tops. JOHN HENRY.'or sale of the perishable !goods of tbe arm rrn.n you paid your subscription i ito

p lrmules, medium weight, sound Cottage for Sale. Olobe-Wernlcke Elastic Book cases" Councilmen: ofJphoR. Walker A Co., whose store the ADVOOATI t If not, our mailing ".

kd In good working condition. Stop-LeakStlcks for Boats and Roofs. W. E. GOLDSMITH.V. was closed by Lira last week, on Mon. I clerk will\ soon aend you a pet lanai re ,

One two horse wagons. 11'1"e-room cottage, centrally located In Copper Tacks, Oalvallzed Screen. T. WORLKY. day, and sold from 18000! to $00.00 minder. I

One Letter Press. Titusvllle. Twenty young fruit trees, Waterproof Bath Tub enamel. All tbe office/. nominated are the worth of perlsbsbU groceries, the good; ;

Two Babcock A Wilcock's 123 b. p. some In bearing. Terms: Spot cash, or CHAS.A.0.4aDluen,TItusvllle.Phone 342. present encumberanU, except the two bringing: a good price, awl In some In- )tare Property For Hale At Eau

''iljrs."ne cent cash and balance on time. than the retail
73 per Iderman. ____-_____ stances bringing more Gallle, Florida. II I
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Casey A Hodges' 80 h. p. holier.Also Address "A. B. care ADVOCATE. Notice to Growers. Pall Mean price of the goods. '
Seed.
about three and one-balf acres of The horns was sold. to Mr. W. E. Gold-
nd. Orange Picking Itoxes.r smith for 111100, and the mule to Mr. han seven acre of land for sale on }
New Fall BeaD 8- 1,01)0 to 1 and
) The oldest and most reliable Fruit and the bank of Eau Oallls harbor. IndianRiver ;
"ners having no further use for Have ordered for October delivery car- Produce house la the State of Florida, Extra Early Refugee Prices onappllcalou. || Chat D. Provost of Georgian, for Fla., adjoining the winter head- 9
""e, are disposed to make disposition E I & Bra Grocers.Tltusvine 70.00.. .
Brady .
lame .1 load folding p'cklng! boxes. Write us solicit consignments of Fruits and Vege quarters of tbe Kentucky Military Institute -

y to at a low price for 5lASII. Ap- : for prices. able.. If you wish good prices and Fla. Itcglfttratlon Hooks '.
ACMB
: PALMKITO. EXTRACT Co., East Coast Lumber A; Supply Co., quick retllrn.-lo business with us. W* Water front, excellent boating andsblng. ;
Titusville, Fla. Ean Gallle\ Ha. Notice Entabllfthed' 1 H'SJ. The registration' books of the town.of'Itnsvllle .
do lend -
K.4 request that you not us overripe Good, safe hart>or. Flag staon ,
house refuse. We are DOW open, and will remain
stock or packing adjoin land. Trains pas for
Hardware Etc. To Whom It May ConCernI beg to till and Including the 15th: day of
handle this class. of open
goods
Big Jlargalu. cannot Rock ledge, Palm Beach and Miami, and .
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MARLJtaorniae.Jacksonville. state that I, John B. Massa, am no long.er October, at my home on Hopkins street.J. 't
: with West Indian steamships
For all kinds ;Hardware; both shelf Cruising IJancl3; >9. Full Cabin. Via connected wItb store at 217 W. Bay P. ,WILSON, Town Clerk. connect of for winter
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Fine property
piece
1 heavy, Paints, Oils, Ship Chandlery, Drop Windows. 24 h. p. Engine.; Electric !5R, nor am I connected with any partner .
homes or semi-tropical lardeaIDFla.*
'**ery and Glassware call on ns.Y Light. Sandi Closet. Sleeps Fopr. outside of my son. I stand by my reputation I>raying. mete
use hue carpets, cushions, curS Woo<>|j tor Sale. as being the oldest and ODe of the : winter oil 4I
the Tools dinghy,
,
are
goods and our prices most reliable commission. In the sell
men cbuap.
of all I Inds Will
Draylng or hauling prompt- .
'1It Worth <<
$3,000.00.Pala :
.4
Ulns-flne outfit :
sovtb therefore I leave It to the
'Mll I orders reaelve: attention.JASrBTTCHABU bow $! .">0. 0. Act quick. Storedat Pine or oak, any length. Also plow- of; my shippers to ship their. stock Judgment 11 attended to.. Meets all train. Stove I CAFT. J, O. WAI/TOW, 11'ii
prompt I See address J. wood for sale at all times COJ;; Blue UUl Ave. I
MUma, Fla. Address A. J., car lug and harrowing. or direct to John II. Muss Jacksonville.

Tltasvllle A S.K,,Fla. EAST: COAST DVOC"'TE.J. W. Jamison Tltnartlle, Fla. Very respectfully, Joii B. MAISA H. E. HOLTB. Titusvllle. Boston 11.... ,


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e The Oldest Established Grain and Seed House In
Free and "Dean of American Playwrights." Private Bcttlaf and Gambling. |ltie 4r"c">. tae Bute
TonnIM .MIII !lop I I"MI* In dreamwVUivtntipM *
Financial SUCCCHS In a new and difficult
No well balanced
Accepted ;,, Masons. person ever con I n-H I to hilt I trnit! an: PEA I
profusion was by no moans the tended that itrlvate betting Is a crime, more Ti... lie N''l i e'I "" |ifi '.lour: HI \N''JIl.' ::: A.I :SOUJS: dYI4T fcCo..
--: sole reason for railing the late Branson '
and Gaynor's. .
Judge
recent decision In r
you \ ere f1** Itro' 'lo--'l1.: It was'uia
No. goI Howard the "dean of American play a Brooklyn court Is a rebuke to those Indian GRAIN HAY AND
wrlghts. lIe wrote for an active the who wish to obscure-the Issue In wars love \. i''i 'nn.' itni' '. !Ifill.l I lie Jilted me.- SEEDS,

RIver TltunUle, ater and produced playa to meet the up(*> gambling by making a test on CittbolU .-i.iulai.l uii.l TluiPH) .

requirements of bin. time. But hit private betting What tbe anti-gam -.". -N 4b Flour, Grits, Meal and Fertilizers

Lodge Florida.Hold. worked carefully and conscientiously, tiling laws aim to regulate and check How It Happened..: l '
IU meeting the .....ond and fonrth rrl-. and bis plays by winning recognitionfrom Is True. I hinl (lii was dark, but bt .r. touts. Ma 200( EastBay: Street JACKSONVILLE, FLA
day of each month In the Maaonfo Temple, rltu.vnle not Jibe wager between man and
at ien o'clock p. m. ) the public opened the way for man upon a golf or ball game or the appeared: to Jump"deliberately In front Catalogue free. Warehouses i/n tracks of 8. A. L R'y and A, 0 L. Ry
+ of the automobile
,4 Robert., Worshipful Master. native effort
P.Vf.
speed of auto turbine
an steamer
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Warden.Harry The -
bublt
()wear" HUewart lien I. "Force of poor --=
Mr. Howard himself
Wilton,lunlur Warden struggled long even a race horse.
actor and naturally dived for
was an
H R. WllHon Tr.a.unr. for recognition. When he began foreign .
What the antl-gambling laws are Kansas City Journal.
Jno. R Walker Secretary. the spot light"-
li I Frank taina, Hanlur ItaiuionTlioi. adaptations were the vogue here meant to reach are those flagrant cases MeMurray & Baker
L., Junior Iicaoon --
I : Cha..H.Waltonhentorateward.J. Kyn.' and disputed tbe field with the classical of betting which under the assumed
W. Frailer .lunlur Hteward.J drama. The first to I t i
produce a
Scott'T"Emulsion
sanction of law sometimes
conducted
J. I>. Kunl, rpl.r. i are
M. S. Bauw, Cluplam.; Howard play, Augustln Daly was himself as public business for tbe sole 4O1-413 Least Bay Street, Jacksonville Florida,

an adept at adaptation. It wa* profit of professional gap biers. Those -Makers and Jobbers of-

INDIAN RIVER: CIIAHTKJl NO.si' easier and cheaper for a manager to ,wbo think that they can Involve the issue -

KOYAL ARCH \IMAbiuNH.Tbe \) "- borrow plays from foreign sources or ralxed by efforts to control this sort and

d t Indian the drat River WeduenUay Ch.]>tor of, Royal e.cli Arch inuutb Maonnamenu at theMaMinlo pirate them, as the phrase was, thanto of traffic king wltli tbe issue of per. Vehicles, Harness, Carriage Wagon Material, I

Teuiple.The experiment with the efforts! of native sonal liberty as Involved In the laying n
+ I hgarethentaoer.ofthlecbaptert\ .authors. Howard fought for the with Rubber' Tlres.
l1. of bets on games or any form of Innocent of Cod Liver Oil Hypophosphites 8addlery 1

M.S.Burin. Walker, Kxcnllent, King Hitch' 1'rlent.J.R. recognition of American authors, and recreation are' either ignorantly should always be First-Class Repairing and Painting Etc. Etc
(I. K.I'rttoheU HorlheH. If bis-. ,
direct Influence
K-WllMin.: ""r-. ii.ur, <:T. was ephemeral wasting tbe time of the courts by kept in the house for the .
his general service to the American - -- -
O. A.Rtewnrt, hecret bringing such actions -
:m""t.1 up or are maliciously following :
I r T.J':.H W.Bunriera ltoli ,ru,'1'aua l'i tpclpal, ...>Ji...rner, drama was considerable. When he began ) seeking to discredit.the principle reasons I 1X A1s'by nohl.1ory: OOn:1pnny.: :
r. A. M>ir,nn, Rum Arch ( aptaln. there, was little Interest First Because, if any memberof
among
' J.:N.:Waller MiuUimf. : ; Third V. of laws which< Justly restrain and 22: OCEAN STREET, -Telepbuneb74JACKSONVIILE\ :, Ft A.
''I J>.J. Hall, a4.eu't" <>f "H".,cH>nt V.O. playgoers In purely American 'types control. the family has a hard cold,
K. Stewart, Maser of Klrnt V. We carry at Jacksonville a large/:: aDr''
F. A. Lxmluy,Bvntlnel.OIIDKK and more especially' none In distlnctiyAmerlcan It will cure it. complete stock of

themes. Nowadays managers Mr. Ilnrrlmnu now cpntrols seventeen Second-Because, if the children PORTABLE AND 8TA1'IO\.\nr

t !: OF KASTKltN!: HTAK.rrlemlnlilp give the Ireferenc to plays dealIng railroads lIe is a ;young man are delicate and sickly, it ENUIXE8( BOILERS & SAW Mitts

i Chapter No. 11, holds Its: meetings I wholly with America life, and the yet Noah, It must be remembered wiirmake them strong and well. all WOOD WORKING MA( HINEK
the MtMiuilo, Ixnltt: J riKiiu, TitiuvlllB, on tie New theater, which proposes to strike was COO years old when he corneredthe t all kinds of Saws Belting aDd Mill Sup
: lrat and third Tuxiiilaye In each month atKM: if the fatheror ,
u ,. m. The following are the oftlcera of the out In new path, announces: that the transportation business of the Third-Because, y1r(tt plied We have many thousand of tall
VbaVtera American type of play Win be made world.In mother is losing flesh and j-. v*p-4 y /fled ciutomers who will testify to the

t Mini Zaw.lIellt..art.! Worthy.Matron. the most of on its Jtxurds. George becoming thin and emaciated, 'arY merits of our goods. It will pay you Lt.,
)'. R. Wilnon, Worthy TatrnnMri. and terms before
+ M. K. nu\bllla, AM mime Matron. Uronson Howard, the novelist, should spite of Its tragic end Count Zep it will build them up and give get our prices buying
Mr. K: H. Wilnon, reelected. HeoreUrjr.Mr We General {Southern Agents tat Karquliar Engines Boilers and Saw Mill
confounded she
bunliaKIInn,TieaHuror.The not be with the family of t>ello'l record breaklnr'alrablp may figure them flesh and strength.
'ti i following odloern were appointed sI I the dead dramatist Mr. Howard had In the the real ATontal will bring our salesman. Write for Illustrated catalogue
history
as pioneer I
I Mm. Verne lUirm, Adah. Fourth-Because it is the __ .
HuileTactwr, Kutli. children and 2. -- --- -
Mint no It Is said that the nov in man's copquent of the air -
Mice Lena' 'Mtndel. Kather.Mr standard remedy in ''all throat
q1- *.Hensel,iMartia.Mre.M. \ elist was not related to him In any
A. rWliuoonr.. El!: "et". and lung affections.
Cha.. 1 If. Walt warder way. THEY
John U. Walker Sentluet.i '. Reatonrbly Sure., No household should be without ARMOUR FERTILIZER!
Oeo.M.Kubbla.Uhaplatn.KNIGHTS She-Ix>ls writes for the magazines
King Edward, Diplomat.Tbe '
.. it.
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lie Shell get 'em if eh. sends tbeprice "
animosity which keeps cropping
.
OP J'YTIIIAS.IN111AM 1UVKH -Judge
out between those two great: rivals Send this sdvertlieincnt. together with name
innate!: NO. loj of paper In which It appear your tddrctt and made from highest quality
are
In trade Great Britain and Germany hurt the
He scolds bent that can
t four cent to cover po6tal/e. and we will lend
It -a U a constant drain upon the resources least-Danish ''Proverb. JOlla Complete Handy Atlu of the World." GROW
rr AI c-inimal products which are ev- .1
.Ii
of both and a constant menaceto _. SCOTT A BOWNE. 409 Pearl SU New York .1 i
the peace of the world. King Edward '_-= = :: w-=
j. erywhere known to be the best
seems to consider It his mission r
f
to pour oil on the troubled waters .
Meets. every Ind ahtl 4th Monday evenings In LARGE ILLUSTRATED r' forms of plant food. Use them
1 neb month ate o'clock. and be Is rapidly earning a reputation 1/ BIG w.I

I i Chancellnr0ommander, .. .. .. .R.M.ltalley as the greatest diplomat In the world. /3 CATALOGUE NAILED rmE: -

y Prelate Ice./ hauoellt.'....... .: .'..:....:.. .. '.......>.lw.lit.Utley.H' fI. He Is his mother's superior In breadthof i lAVED ON and your crops will grow betCROPS' -

1 r' 1 Ma.teratArm-------------------Muter .if Work' .. ..John K I.,A Walker.Vttg. mind as well as In adaptability to ":"-.:: :=:
1 1nn"rOuant.. .. """ .. ......W.T.IIt..tll",. all sorts and conditions of men. Ills .:.v:. :4Sl : ter, and your pocketbook grow
Outer Hinrd. .... ..., 'I'. F.lievmrcy I,
,6 Muter of K>che'; <|uer. ::. ::.n.II.l'rltcbanl part In the foreign policy of the nation\ er..t-...a-.......EVlRYCHA'MR 12,,!.
t -v Matter of of "Finance ttouord' ,\nd....Iloa1,0... .. .,.Oeo A.. Stewart r04l"eUKeel.tor Is plainly one of Initiative as well as .W, --..... fatter than ever before.MANUFACTURED .

All visiting' KnlflitP oorcllally (Invited to auUnit. criticism. Ills friendly visits In various -..."w Wr.. LJ w,,
courts have been fruitful. la results M.ei My-M
.
These results! may not be eipresse --ONI"IU'fOAU. ,' IN lot

TITUSVILI.K CAMP MO. 141.e ,In formal treaties, but they :o..r;:: FIARiDACI1AIR FACIiORY :'-.w..-:w w.r..w r w.r 1.n

are none the less tangible The entente ---- JACKSOm11.U:. fIlA. =:; -F.: ':. Tacl soriYville Fla
pYwY ,
cordlale wltb Russia and France ..e Y.YrrYY.YYY

1s mainly due to him !In view of his .
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visits to the German and Austrian emperors t -

+ It Is. not too much to hope tbat .......1...1.1..1....1.N..................4....4.... '
rt, International Williams' Mammoth Mail Order House.
some recent asperitieswill
\ IN THE YEAR 1819FLORIDA
be softened While It Is easy perhaps i i ii

to overestimate the Influence of 211 West Bay St. -P. O. Box 401JACKSONVlTLE, FLA. '

month Meet aL every H Ores and., tb third. Monday at the In'each personal Intercourse between the beads Proprietor a
p. I" rp .lItuonlo i i J. J. WILLIAMS, ,
Temple. of states It would be idle to pretend Mule

Coniul Adviser" Comman4er..F.N.U"uttu.bt .. .. .... .. P. W.Hltchooo Roberta that this Influence Is of small account : was bought from Spain ifor
a Hanker. ..... .. ... ... .. ....Of. MtmUvlllCllerk Nowadays a king Is generally regarded CASE GOODS-EXPRESS PAID. OLD HOMESTEAD CORN WII1SKEI
.. ...Harry. Wilson
r l ICeo.rt..I: )?. .:..e: :..:......1-... ......OeoIi.HrorkeltWatchuisa as a high salaried figurehead, i $5,000,000.00Today :1 DESOTO RYE. 1 gallon Jug, expiebs: paid I I i b
r
t ...)w.'W./ :: ::: :: :: .:: ; : .O.tMlan HanforManaK :' a lay figure personifying tbe nation Itself OFFER I
sentry _. t the assets of the 4 Full Quarts . . . . $ 5 00 SPECIAL ,
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t "n '. Irulwr.F 8.J.1I.III..okA. Norton an Individual who lays cornerstones 8 . . .-. . 7 <110 laiebrook Whiskey In drums-DMilteU
AIlTlnltlnu Woftdiienaraoordlally to opens bridges and Inspires the : . . 12: V Bottling.! Express Collect. \
I .attend the meetings. cheers'ot the multitude King Edward BARNETT NATIONAL BANK 12" ". freight paid . U: 00 1001'lnllln drum. I IWIL1IAMS I::13 b
i ii 20 Ual Riots !in drum. ;;3 (' h
In
- by no means a flgurebend and on I NO. 10 ,.RIB. bold drum Will, not break drun

It is subjects of Importance 'to tbe nation 4 Full Quarts . . . . $ :3 20 only by
just forty years sine that his advice to a British premier has OF JACKSONVILLE 0 ". .. . . . 4 60 CORN WHISKEY-Express Collect 10I.a
f classic of American childhood. Louisa ',
i M. Alcott'a "Little Women first much weight .t.000| Rocky Fork. per bottle. J1'
e
apI i are i ii OLD IIALIFA '1tYE, Rocky ...ork.I"ercaite. I I. I

peart-. IHecently a special edition ot 4 Full Quarts . . . . $4 20 N. C. White, better 9I J !
Iu '
100,000 copies of the book was Issued, Reading Red $5,485,949.81 U" .. . . . o 00 N. C. White, fine .. li'( V.I..
11' evidence that It does not appear sntl Astigmatism Is often caused by readIng i i 12" to ;', . . 12 (X) Laurel Valley Corn. I
In bed or on rapidly moving trains. TliU. pTojnewlve, strong and conservative bank, founded In ohII
i 'quated to the young readers of today. SUNNY feOUlII RYE nYE WIJl KEy-Espre.1I Collect
Reading In bed In a recumbent position 1877," and the largest In ,the State, Invites j 1KI l III'I'
+ \ 4 Full Quarts . .' . . .. :2.73; Per Ga
See that the rights to that dellgbtfuIHtU Is a bad practice. r YOUR ACCOUNT 6"I . . . . 4 tO Queen City . . ?;!
1 toy the air torpedo, have jusbeen Astigmatism, which Is In many cases i 12" . . . 8 00 Sunny: South . JJ
sold. Uy the way what has become hereditary, Is a condition wherein the : Banking; by: mall is a safe, simple private and time saving 30 Pints. . . . . 12 00 Ry Malt . . . j1|( DOd

of that lovely temple of peace, refractive powers differ In different e method NY lite ,us for booklet. t YELLOWSTONE BOURBON.Overholt] hurdle Rye. Special.' 1.1 nrI.

i located somewhere or other and all meridians of the eye. It Is caused by Bottle . . . . . . .$ 1 23; Rich i k : : : : : : : : : : : 1 1

the wecpful promises of disarmament Irregularity! In tbe curvature of the BARNETT t NATIONAL I BANK i Case . . . . .:.. . la 00 planter . ... . jj 1 tie

"Are we so soou forgot?" cornea. People who read In bed to 'I OLD BOONE-Express Collect.Old:! Boone .. GDotL.lellln
4 away the time during and after Williams Private Seal, G
pass \ X. W. Corner Laura and/Foiiyth Sts. bond by the U. 8. Gov'm't. rev
Keep In mind that It la only by per. severe Illness should remember that at JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 4 Full Quarts, Exp. paid----- $ 1\\ 00 ALCOiIOL.l2 a.

slstent effort In the face of discouragement such times the whole systeut U In a BIOX II BARNETTE, O. R. HKSAUSSURE, Full Quarts, Exp< paid . 12 75/ One Grade Only and Jug, *4 (
weakened condition and peculiarlT susceptible : : 24 Full Pints, Kfp paid . 1375' .,
that any of does 4 I
,t us ever anythingthat : j President a Cashier. t 4* Full }$ Pints, E,p,. paid 15 (CO GIN. . . .200, J:J 00 and
to Injury from overstrains of
.i U worth while The
) really doing. any kind. When rending in bed is :....................................................
fellow \tho Elies np when he Js once -SEND US A TRIAL ORDER- ,

beaten Is made of mighty poor stuff.Iloosevelt. .- practiced in a reclining position It I J .. .
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taxes the muscles of the eye, and tbe
action of these muscles upon7the form I 1

,' A r.usslau who Uas lived 120 years of the organ, endeavoring to adjust It
OUR SPECIAL ;:
was presented to tiro czar the other to trying position. Is very likely to setup LEADER

ay-ni> a sample, we suppose, of i trouble which may last a lifetime .
a
what a Russian can do by not attractIng I becoming more aggravated as the vie.iim *

the attention of nihilists and bomb grows older. I c'' Guaranteed to Please Or Your Money Back ,II.,
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.tbro-n'ors. One of tbe greatest blessings Is a u.ar

pair of good eyes Tbe Individual who 1 ....., ,

I perhaps abuses and misuses such a pair Is uawine. .. EXPRESS CHARGES ADDED TO COST Of-GOODSBlum's arh I
Senator.Alllsou the most 1

.AnUlied! type In American public m.of fie

i that ul1'srylug1rbnnlt1 which I. A London dispatch states that an

l Frequently as rcfilstlras ns the most English Nimrod went hunting to tbe BLUM'S MONOGRAM\-4 ILS4WhISKE

i energetic and aggressive demeanor. arctic regions and shot twenty bears

In ten days-two bears a day. Here Is

Studentat West Point and Annapo- a hint In case of a !lion famine In Africa D

Ala must be a little disappointed be- s
$8252BOTTLED"
,cause Mr rtjjoseveK did not Insist on VyNISKEY I Mo ogram-12 Qts.
F'
.omA sort of a. "boys w'111 be boys"planlt -The corporations cannot make contributions '
tealily
: In the Chicago platform. to tbe political parties this

year. But their money should not + ,? ? +eaio YatsM
go
i IN BOND OR BLEND
Even Minister Wu's recipe for living begging. Lots of people could tell la"41ra';aU M I. I.
'
'200 year is not going 1o help much them bow to spend it ILAI

"so lorfgjjj people who cnr}'t swim per- j SEND FOR PRICE LIST -

_\tat In going Into the water. Now that tbe nominations have been LONG DISTANCE let out

made there Is a good deal of hot air

So and the swinger treat German of the emperor mailed fist warlord II In evidence np the., crops.but fortunately It won'tburn I 'PHONE (188" GHAS. BLUM & CO. 517-519 W. Bay St., Jacksonville, Flat h1

t known only by his mustache.

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EAST! COAST ADVOCATE: TITITSVILLE FLA, ,OCTOBER 9, 1V08. 3 '

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professional Oards.EO. NOTICE OF ELECTION [NOTICE OF ELECTION. TITOSYILLE FLORIDA w
_-. isiiiuiia ina.i iji xap. M SAN JOSE SCALE. Nature is your true exclusive. She

only showers tier best Meanings on him

)[. BOBBINS, mOTHK BHKRIXT: OF WREVARD COUNTY. A Favorite Spot In a Favored 'Insects That Are at a Certain Stage who knows her belL

ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR 'VH under RI.h THE Constitution LF.OISLATDRK nl liws.OF of 1907 theIt'.olutien : J. or the Bute of Klorl.la Socton-The Famous East Survive- the Winter.

tllate,of eminglainendninut|! three Joint JiB IT K".....""., That I, II, Cr.AYrRiWKORn. Coast of Florida.ONTHEBEAUTIFULINDIAN. The full grown San tome scale In Tho builders are tbe benefactors of

AT-LAW. stitution of the ro Htat rni; lands:and, to the the Con Secretary of State of the State of Florida 110 bout the. Klze ol a pin bond quite) flat. the voce. Hearken to those' who plant,

In State and Unl ted States were agreed to by a vote of same hereby give my lee that a who foster who construct
111 j practice th..llfth.of all the I round (circular/ In outline niul vary In;
memtwrs eluded to each bouse; that. the. vole OB ]:.tAr4 ELECTION RIVER
,IC (lrt. Oil ald Joint Resolutions were entered In rotor, but usually grayish brown It will
their respective ,nllrllal.. with and upon will\ he h..hll.. Hrctvard Count, Slat.if Florida A strong frequently keep
Office at TITDSVILLK, FLA. theie.in.and they did determine and yeas direct nays that. on Tuesday nextsiim-pwtinir the. first "Monday. In lies rloMoly against' the hunk 1t'1Ior kerosene or
the said Joint Resolutions, be submitted to the )November A. I>. law, the..II Tuesday. Iwinicth The town of TUua-TlU It situated OR fruit, and the port seen In not really sway Insects. Turpentine, .
electors or the State at the General Election 10 Till III) Florid Efeat Coast Railway 116 carbolic acid mixed with some powdery '
DAY the
OF NOVEMHK1For : ,
GAULDEN, Novemler,1150<< $. the Insect' Itself tmt (the i>li.MI or scale substance and scattered over the f
D.L. Now THFitrroKit, I, H. CLAY ('R WFORO. Five Presidential Kleotors. i mile south of Jacksonville, 145 tulle .
Secretaryut:: mate of the I SUM of Florida, do Re|>reeniatve. from thetml ..nltft! olun.1 north of Palm Beach and 212 mll* which covers It If this scale l.e llfnl garden la often sufficient
'
hereby give notice TMntrlot
that Floridarln the
ATTOKNBY-AT-LAW, aIMHAL Blstyarst Congressof with n pin a very small orange
the United II....... 'I north of Miami. The TltuevlKe branc
Will practice In all the Court of the. State ELECTION Fur (feivernor of the Stale of "flitrl la.tocrotary yellow rpock will lie found (IxMienth H.I The greatest need In gardening 1.
.. &
of the defunct Jseek.onv1lleTampa
Florida, and the United States Court ( of 8\&II..r the Pia e of Florlila., sod tilt ht i IK. 1 the ncnle I lumvt. "thi man who knows." The second I
i will lie bold In each In Florida Tue.. A tUiruey Hotipral of lie Mute ot t 'I"la. I Key West Railroad, now controlled b, J
county on :
Bos33a. TITDBVILIJC, FLA. liar next anciwedlutth tint omptoilier of the BUte of lorlda.. When winter nets In the Inaects are greatest need Is "(lie man who does.
In
r.o ber | Monday Voveui- ': Treasurer of the Sate If Klnrtil l I the Florida" East eout Railway Co. these two should .
A. U. hale, the said Tuesday being the : present In all Kliu-ca> of growth from A combination of
8n| this the
feeing
also Into tbe town
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WEED TlllltO the Pate of Florid' I run thoHo Just torn to those which are full mnke a grent gardener
r J. DAY OP NOVUMIICKfor for "Commissioner Agriculture of the Rtsteof terminal point of that branch! There
Florida' I grown and are IlieiiiHelvcs produclijyouiiif. 1l ,
A TTORNEY.A T.LA W the ratlnontton or rejection of the uld Joint For' Two Justices nf the Huiimue' Court ot the are several trains arriving daily from The winter however kills nexcept li seems a paradox that the more .
ItHsoltit'ons proponing ainen.linums to the ConUtmlon State of I-lot I Ida.
Jacksonville and Sanford during the rosebush the more It should,
Will practice In the Courts of the 7th of th.lJtIOl. of Florida, vial tar 1 Kallroait: Commissioner of the Slat or I thooc which are from Unit on weakly a
Florida ease 11. be pruned but such U the best method
Taxes paid for non-resident half to twotbl",1MI'OWI1.. no that tau '
nd Ircult.rents and accounts collected. I I1T118VILLIIi I For mate Florida Hvnator tr {1u the 1.1th SanatoriaDlntrlctnl As the county seat of Drevardcouaty. Ihliii mlalu cnu usually )be found I In to give It vigor The same Is true of 1 i

A JOINT RFBOLrno* proposing; an amend- K(ir MI. Member of the Hiiime of Represent. It ,has a court house and a modern early spilnff./ many other shrubs, vines and trees. I
FLORIDA.TKPUEK bent to Section Nine (s) of Article rive or the .
tlvm of the State of Florida.For
Coiutltutlou: of Florida relating to judicial County Judge jail building, with rarely over two or 80 fur us In known them* Insert indortto ,

.alarleit.BB ,... Bherlff three Inmates, Tbe population is over DO iliHnfiCK liiilna the tlntoHOAI.B Gardening cannot bo learned from j
E. FOSTER, IT BKHuLTPn HV.TIIB LKUIMLATURK OK 1',15LTATitov Clerk of the.Circuit Court. doc books. Tbe experience of others maybe .l
1000. Illness Is rare that one
KLtlhlOAlTh :: (:-, Asee.sofutaxes, so .
it Section Nine (II) of Article Five (S) of the Til lollixtor.untv tor In town finds ample time to act aJustice a help of course, but only one'sown
ATTOKNET-AT-LAW ronialtutlouoftlieHtateof. County Buiwrlntcmlent, lutillo Instruct- home and J
Florldalie and thearm. experience goes stays. 4
of the Peace and Notary TM,
loss I
.
ii her by auiemlud o ae to red. aa follows. 1
Jyal-Upohurch Building, Jax VlX.I For County Treasurer, lie. b* (del attending to Ms I'' The ssw to the effect that the way to "
Section Nine (II). The salaries of Justices of Ciiuntv Bitrvevor. \ I l lr bo a lawyer Is to practice law applies
JACKSONVILLE, FLA.A the Supreme hurt, Irrnlt dodges and Judgesof Klv: County ( iiminlsslonrrs. practice, while, the other finds tiii.u I II I
t tlmlual ( ours of Ueooid shell) be fixed by Three I Members ul the County Ihitrd. nPulillo If go bunting.Around here.If .
the Legislature. Instruction. 1
STEWART, Tint the foiegiilnff amendment of Ruction For Juxtlre Urn Peace In and for the follow Titusville are a number t the newtpnpers of America would :
Nine(O.t) Article' rite (6) of the Constitution of Imr Justine Districts. visi.us. l' I1P
+ Florida' i U hereby agreed; to, and the sauce shall 1I. >....- N.X. fine orange groves and vegetable render A real service to mankind they !
FIRE INSURANCE. be submitted to the elector of the Slats for ap 1 II 11 farm. would take up universal crusade

Represents only strong and reliable Representatives proval or rejection at hereafter the next a.icenerai required election by a T s uin Ida Her" Is virtually the head of the Indian against dirt and noise. It is time that

companies Buotlon Constitution.one (I)of Artioe Seventeen (Ii).of said C 10\Ra River and the favorite point for I we Americans as a people were learning j

For OIl,otahiO 111 and her the to lowlllit In.t''ieUII.lrlol. fitting out and starting of numeroucruiadng P all the joys of life, and we cannotdo I
Palm and Pine
Office corner Streets .No.VI.I. Nosh NOlI.I partdes during our balmy winter I p I II It so long as we permit the civic \
I
TITUS VTLK. FLORIDA. JOINT RESOLUTION proposing| I an amend- 1\ 11 months ; as everything necessary to nuisances that exist In our midst 1;
went to Art trie Twelve of the (institution: nf .... I I
the Mate <>t Florida relative. to education to lie : : n comfortably equip a pleasure' yacht. to loan
O. UTLKY, known M Section HUUwm of. Raid Article, providing e \ea can here be obtained at the most row WhAt soap i U and paint is j
HARRY ; for the levy f a i|>e< lal tax for the rapport to houne in to a lawn. What
n so limns
of and maintenance: of the Unlvtraity of In Te.t..ony11..r.. I have hereunto sonable prices. This Is evidenced b,
the State of Florida I ,the Florida Female College; s<.t my hand and alnxed the Great Seal have most Inndacnpos need is simply to have :
the fact that the parties
PHYSICIAN A SURGEON the liutltuM for the Hllnd, bleat and Jlllmb..n.1the i ft,.81) cif the Slate of t bride at TalUhnMieethelaplul same their faces washed. This Is also true I
Colored Formal /ttchool! this the first day of Sop! been coming heie annually for many
umber, A. U 11ff1M. of motet villages. Of all the frowzy \
1IB IT KKHOI.TKII BV TUB
LKOIHI.4TI OK TUB
winters for that In preferwioto
H. CLAY CRAWrMRl" *, purpose the
TITUSVILLE FLORIDA. STATB OK PLOUIDAI dirty looking things permitted on
,
That the following amendment to Article. To J. 1'. Brown, Sheriff Ilievard Secretary Ittuuty ol, 8tU' any other point tong the lOut .1' 1. I, earth the average city\ und village are
Twelve of the Constitution. of the State of Florida Coast.
and ell 1 because people will
the "
to he known certlon 10 or said Article' leMull I worst
GENERAL* DIRECTORY. l the lame I* hi rehy agreed to and shall I lie: To the southeast of Titusville 4e the AT I>lrFBIIBMT AOKS not take the time ortrouble to beautify .
.u IoIDI tu.d to the elect. of the HUM! at theneat Flowering Shrub.. wide of salt water bay (abort surroundings.It (
general election of Representatives, to lie i sweep but when the sap lieKlim to flow freely! their .
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held m the year IJOMiforratinnatlou or rejection. The only pruning that may b* const J. six mile. In width), formed by the waters In thin' wprlntf tbu youiiK Denies which "

I,. a. SENATORS. Sen. Id. A special tax of one n-ill on the dollar Bred essential for ordinary shrubberyIs I II. of the famous Indian River. Here survive resume their feeding! on the in to bo presumed that all amateur
P fsllaferro..... ... ........ ...Jarrwinvlll of all taxable property In the glace shall' be
a. UMallory .. .......: ./. ...... .lensaoola levied annually for the support and uiiliiM'ano that of thinning I out tbe plants by fishing, wild duck shooting, sallln sap vblcli was Interrupted by the cold gardeners nil well as all experienced
of the University of the State of Florida' the removing old branches that are about and rowing ran b* indulged in to the weather laud complete their growth onen are aware of the value of
U. B CONGREBSME."i.ranClark. .
Florida Female College, the Institute for theHllnd '
,.K,. ..,............. ....Lake City. : Dmf and Dumb::: soil theX olored Noriral destitute of young growths. The Worst heart's content of the most fastidious becoming adult In June Ueprotluctlo the agricultural tdeparttnent's reports
"' MBparkman' .4 .,V School, which shall. be paid in to the State treatment they can receive Is that of then lieglud, the young being born and bulletins. It not they should writeto
wm. .. :::::,::::..;::::. ::: MOD ::: ::; Treasurer and act apart by him, to the creditof growths during rportaman. and avail themselves
the summer and thin contluueii for about III tho
shortening alive department
the HUM Hoard of F.dnoation.to; lie ap|>ortlonedaiid On the ocean bench, nearly In a dreot ,
U. 8. LAND OFFICE. disposed uf for the hem tit of said the fall; especially that of shearing easTof Tltusvllle I Canaveral weeks, each female producing an aver of Its Information nt once Tool
II Chnlih .. ...... ............. ...Register; Institution at re<| ilreil by the act creating and Into round stubby forma with line The much cnnnot be given the work:
them of about 400 praise
Melds Warren.. .. .Receiver malntalnig the mine, known Oihapter03siof Club, surrounded by over 10,000 Hire young. young
OlUoes at Gainesville, Florida. the Laws of luhda. approved June: 6,1IKI5. hedge shears, at ouce destroying the acres of land. This property Is owned Insects arc .very smnll And after thQit! of the Carious bureau chiefs, from

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. natural, graceful beauty of the plants and birth crawl out from benenth the scale Government Chemist Wiley and "the
by some of the most prominent
Nipotmn B. Rroward.......i. ... .... <\veinor. JOINT mcS'lLUTIOV!: proposing an amend- and removing the best of their flowerIng where they were born and move a"out. poison squad" down-or up, .accordingto
I,Cliy Crawford: :: .:::....:.Secretary of State m-nt to Section Ihlrty live Itr Article Five of shoots Just as they are preparing wealthy residents of Boston who com seeking a place on whlcb to settle tbe point of View,
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W.V. Knott, ... .. .... ..,TreasurerW the Constitution of Florida, to establishment south to hunt winter
H, Kills. ?....,....,......Attorney-tieneral of Court. relating for,an abundance of blossoms. For example every This take rather more than a day on '-
\ .. .. .. ...... The oool refreshing bealth- "ID'
onto C. Crooin, ...Comptroller free ,
i E:, MoLIn,.,..,,.::Commissioner Agriculture< : Bit ir BIMoLVRIl BIT TUB LKOIKLATVBB or TUB tbe foraythla usually a from an average and during this time these Potato Rot
wafted
'W, M STATE UK FLORIDA I will make shoot osone-laden breeres across
Holloway.Supt.Puhilo Instruction growing hardy plant, tiny yellow crawling young may be
I.Clifford .. ... ... ,. That the ainendinsnt broad A man who has tried tbo export-
R. Foster ... Adjutant-O neral following to Section the Atlantic Ocean and the bay,
john Bradford. .... ... ,...gurveyor-Oeneral. Thirty-five of Article Five i f the Constitutionof several feet In length during summer seen<< wnuderlng about, On finding a ment claims that It is very easy to prevent
K.E.RoM,............ ........-State Chemist lorlda Is hereby agreed to and shall be proponed will be covered with flower buds toward are one of the most enjoyable features good l lijoatlon they becOme,quiet, and from I
nut Amos ........ ,.state Examiner and submitted to the tleotor of the Biate blossom of this phenomenal location. works potatoes rotting by placingIn
to through
fall and prepared each It. long beak the
at different of tbe which
,OSI es TallahuweFiends. lor approval or rejection at the next general parts cellar la
election\ hereafter, that Is to say said /Section! profusely early In the following year There Is a large area of primeval bark or surface of the leaf or fruit"a they are kept a box containing a .
SUPREME COURT JUDGES. quantity
Division A. M Thirty to read five aa of follows said Article i snail lie amended 10 Any pruning which shorten tbe shoot forest andpreJrle. land beyond tb. the case may t>e, to where the sap of of lump slack lime. He states that

9mu M. Sharkleford .... ... Chief Justice Section 8ft./ No Courts other than herein simply removes the flowering *wooc northern, southern and western boun the tree can be obtained, and the Insect this lime absorb the moisture which

James H. Wbllflelcl Robert S Cotkrell. needled.ball( he established III tills mate, except and cannot in any degree benefit the darle. of Titusville, awaiting the advent sucks this sup for Its food. Its has such a detrimental effect upon potatoes -
that tbe Legislature maY for the
Division' B.R creation and tetaulinlmient. of provide such additional plant peutzla. ,.spiraea, welgola of the thrifty settlor to till the legs now disappear, Its body becomes and In his case has resulted la
,FenwlckTa: lop ..t..'....Presiding tnnlce judicial circuit as from time to become shrubs and white thread
may
William A. Honker, Cha*. B. 1-arkblll. neness irv, anil for the apnolntment" by the and similar! flowering require fertile soil, which now Abound In tiemlMplierlcnl, waxy keeping his stock of this commodity

FLORIDA LEGISLATURE. Governor and t : the Senate of the same kind of treatment Tbe 'Amoe. Here can be found quail, snipe, apl!>ear over ltd back. These mat together always in good condition. The plan U

FMHudson additional 1 circuit'J'j,dgee therefor, whole terms !bushes should be kept rather open so and deer hunting to suit Qe to form a white covering or and is well worth a
Miami,.:. JL ,,,,.,,,Senator ofofltoeand general jurisdiction shall lie the turkey simple enough \
Wad H.Jonas,Tltusfllle : ..:.Representative: same as Is (herein provided: for the circuit that the branches may receive' full most ardent huntsman.TltuevllU scale, and such young recently formed trial by any grocer who has had difficulty -

CIRCUIT COURT.r judge any_ herein Railroad already Commission provided: for with, and Judicial buyclothe '' benefit of light and air. This la effected IM shelled street, elee. scales are often very noticeable. Lat In keeping his potatoes In a

Minor 8. Jones. Tltusvllle by pruning out some of the oldest er a. the Insect grows It molts or shed
'.C.Jones Orlando.1'rosecutlngAttorney. I'Ow.tlln all matters connected with the functions trto lights, a rellsl bank, a mammoth damp cellar. 5
/ of their. olttc*. branches or thinning out some ot Its skin, aud the molted skin is addedto -
Spring Term-Fourth Tuesday In Man'b. saw mill employing about 110
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Fill ferm-Fourth. Tuesday la October the young shoot where they are too the scale, which because of this and Few fruits pay better than straw-
men several One brick foloelts amevery '
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COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD. The votes rant In compliance with said proposed dense, and these should be cut close by weathering becomes darker, grayish lerrles. and scarcely: any are less understood.
';R.Walker Sup.rlnte..d..nt..T1tllnlll... amendment, and: the canvas, declare11,115 I to tbe base of the plant which will store In them 'occupied ,by up- or even blackish often showing rings Tbe first requisite la to get
and realms thereof shall lie subfected( to to-date
merchants Board of Trade
''Istnbers-E. R. Arnold Malabar) O 8. Singleton the awe regulations ana r...triu.tonl: .IM are provided encourage the growth of vigorous flow. ; a of lighter and darker color. The renter rood plants: Her la where most amateur -

Cocoa) A. J. Carter, TurD bull. by law for general elections in the Stele prlng branches, thus keeping tbe plant five 'white churches, large fisheries, of the scale I. tbe highest point and growers fall Plants should note

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. of "lorida florlferous from year to )'I'ar.O.. a tanning extract and palmetto fiber around thin Is a circular depressed. I> taken from an old bod. They
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bean R A., Tlto Conkllng. ''lf.,l chairman.John.: K..Mlot Tlllmani; Indlanola J. M.)j IN hereunto TESTIMONY mt my hand WHKRB6 and afflxnd have tbe Corbett. factory, an let factory, law and real ring If tbe Insect beneath the scaleIs should be young and vigorous. The

r.....4'bln..o.; City Point; T.J. Cockauuit Ls- t SEAL] (lest Seal of the HUM of Florida, at r estate office, an opera house, a well u female, tbe scale will remain nearly xwt way I III to buy them from somo '

Jocular. aesslon are held first Monday In each flfth day of Tallahassee,July. A. i)., the_.Capital tnlf twenty. organised band, shooting club, Urge circular In outline; If a male, the ocsl dealer whom you know, and then

f}. CLAY CRAWFORD The Irish (f) Potato. and comfortable hoteie besides a scale Is more oval elongated In form, be sure that they are from fresh bed

BREVARD COUNTY OFFICERS. Secretary of Stain The potato la a native of the Andes. Dumber of boarding house. in various In a lltllt more than a month from sud from good besrer They should

I.R.. Haulden Wllio-, Titnsvllle). t.........,...County Jndge.>. particularly of Chile and Peru and! parts of the town the time of Its birth the Insect becomes be set out Immediately In rich and
Titunillol. .CountyCler have adult and In turn begins to produce ; well prepared soil.. If tbe soil 1* sandy
? ti.Bitr: ; ., ,'. Home writers claim that It was fount The facts u presented should
l*, '. .:...Tai Assessor. I'roclaniatlou. about It should be' well rolled tb.t'lt
;. "' Hall.Tltusvllle.t ,, .,, ,,,,Tax Oolleotor.Tltusvllle growing wild as far north as the a tendency to direct the attention of young, the first ones appearing; so i*

.ohs. Henry! I ,',.,.::....., .Treasurer.it Toltec torse- In southern Colorsdo. It many prospective visitors to our oosy the same time as the last ones of the compact. Once In the ground the right
R Walke'i Tltusvllle.. ....Superintendent. '' These de kind of will bear for
preceding generation. young strawberry plants
Fries Titusville .. ... ACCORDANCE WITH THE ORDINANCES probably was first Introduced Into Europe town In'making heir plans for the
PHrownTltusvllle County. .. .Surveyor.BheHff. IS of the Town nf Tltnsvllle, H. K. Wilson, by the Spaniards about the mid- winter. velop In tbe acme way n* did their years There I* always a market'for
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w.B. Norwood, .i :: Officer Mayor of said Town, hereby Issue tills toyproclamation I be raised\
tlnm constant overplus
55 great an
Tltusvllla..Registration In 1550It parents, giving a succes- s* can
calling an dle of the sixteenthcentury.: \ We >have a fine Masonic Hall InTltruevllle
TITDSVILLK TOWN COUNCIL.TITUSVILLK was to England from Virginia lion of youug from tbe middle or end lants set out In tbe spring will start
takep where Indian River Lodge
'4x :n: Wlreon ANNUAL JMXTIONto "where however. It was prob- of June In Massachusetts till wiater.toJ'tI hearing tbe second year.
d r ;!p clerk rind teas. tit. 90, P.4 rerJnhn' he held on the 4th Monday In October A. D.1HUH. the prOt.'t'IIII.II.. T. Fernald.
Henry, tax derived from Spanish source
A. a
< ably
assessor Stswart
.. P: Uunn. D. B. Pritchard, J...}: Mail ind F.: llnir the 2IIlb day. theraof. at the Courthouse In slow Its tert Royal Arch Mason*, Friendship Maine, A* dirt Is nlisy11aced matter, so dls-
Looley, for the p"rl"or electing Its progress Europe was _____
alderman Tb. council meetS litlt Chapter No. 11, Order of Eastern Star;
cord Is
ueeday Id sash moutb. One Mayor. culture even in Ireland not becoming misplaced harmony evil i* mls-
Three Aldermen. and Tlt/usvllle Camp No. 141, Wod Pasture In New England.Tue placed good and ugliness Is misplaced
until the middle of tbe eighteenth
One Clerk and Trea un>r. general
BOARD OF'iTRADB.MP men of tbe World, and Indian RI..et'Lodee pasture problem threatens the
0. One Marshal and Collector. but it Is a staple beauty, What I I- needed In each cases
:J'.Bobbins\.: pre.ldent I-J. M. Dixon, trea. One A>se*,or of Taxes century, now No. 103, Kntgbtf of Pythias Future of New England dairy farming a rearrangement and readjustment.This .
MrtL. S'J11 secretary. Meet second Wed- And I hereby appoint A. A. I J. Norton fond In most temperate climate. )
i night; In each month at tbelr roome.T"ADC and J. M. Shan inspertors of h.d8.. meet regularly. Tbe old hill pastures are slowly but I I. effected/ In ODe Instance by

and (F. L. M.nd..vllI.rl.rk thereof.A Also city telegraph omc. and en- surely running out and are keeping soap and water, In another by the musical

hera'-y mass called meeting to of meet the at cltlsens toe coert of the-hon.e town on Is The Hop Vine. "* press delivery; a carriage and wagon fewer( and fewer cattle every year. I faculty, In still another by moral

6O YEARS' Thursday' even), ,( at T JO p. in, Octolier*,.isle, We, lone much beauty In fnrden by fbop, and Un and sheet Iron eihop. Host of them cannot be plowed at and In the last by good taste. The "

EXPERIENCE for the pnriMiee nomlnatlnir. K WILl'fI"l.said nfticers.M. : Ignoring thing like hop I remembera The 'Cast Coast Advooat It published any reasonable cost under present con thing, that belong; U the thing that

Mayor of Tltosvllle.NOTICK. gnarled apple tree over which the every Friday morning, and by a dltlons of farm labor, aud clearing off harmonize with Its surrounding. It

hop hAd spread its vigorous shoots,and glance through Its advertising columns be bushes U of only temporary benefit. fit* that with which It I I. brought Into

It would not have been easy to discover Unless pastures can .be plowedand oatacl. Holt in the garden I III a God
you can easily see who ace the prominent -
I a prettier bit of free and picturenquo cultivated for a few years there given thing but cm one's band I I. not
merchaats of ellllr'h"
growth. It makes a happy our town- ..emlll.o be no hope fof them, and .o divine. Industry Is most praiseworthy

18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT SIX contrast to clematln, the mass of deepgreen are up4o-daU citizens, and who are hey gradually turn into wood lots, thus except when applied.to stealing .

DxsfeNSAnnoesoilasketrhanddaslaoarlPptk MARK NOTICE t after vouchers date: I In.the ill e<:e'ola:; aommntsand leaven .intensifying the color of asking for your patronage Read the reducing: tbe dairy capacity of the urass I* the poetry of the lawn, l.

Ac. line (han.loin. to H. R. Wh eeL, County Judge; of the deep blue flowers. art on every page very carefully. 'arm.' Many pastures are needlessly but the anathema of the garden. Art

_, mar Krevard County,and ask for a final dlsrharKe. .-- ._ ---- -- Samplecopies of the Atfvecate will Injured by turning, the stock out. too arr.nl. thing where they belong "
; unrisln our oelnlen free whether an L. CARBLTHEBS.Kxeeutor..
::">n tiprabsblrpMenishle: CominunKaHnXSmX J. be sent, free, to any part of the Unit- early In tbe spring especially when coil In tbe rlgnt quantities. Gardening
t .
Palen, i.*"*a'pen..F-lur.erurnda MNOBOOIC on lwt Patents.nl". ed States upon application. It has been eaten flow tbe preceding that I I. not an art I I. nothing

taken tbrooih Muim A CUreselve. GRINDLaxative The) Sterling Hotel Is practically yesr. They tramp the aol) too, weE and

Scientific flnteriCiitte. I I11S. new. having been entirely re-built, gnaw the young plants too close to the That Is true art which doe not appear

many more room added;; dining room I Tound. It Is much better to let tbe artificial. Tbe highest and finest

esffi1011'!! .."ninstmtixl.......1.1110 'weekly..urnol.. t fT..rt..ml'**M"' .aSJH.IJJ' .. SUCIBEE-S! BULBS SUCCEED) enlarged pia zas erected and! all mod grass get a good start, then put on landscape effect/ are those which seem

11I0Mb.... ekllol ,all ...".1'1<001..... SPECIAL OFFERlt. Fruit ern conveniences Installed/ and ills the stock long enough to eat down the the work of nature and yet would not .

m < &! 761Cro./wsf, New k t. ...IU M.w BooI_ A SyrupPleasant been completely refurnished Aoffocu; rasa and move them to another par have been produced by nature without

anon F a4wsahmetuwD.Dade trial will. Bar.r.oa meke oa tnara.t p.rm.ee.a++.d,oat saetimer. your modatlons are of the best lure. Unless pastures ere large enough,, the assistance and, direction of man. r

e moq"'..4.... mela+.dr.._ to take The Tltnsvllle Livery Stable ha. a to be divided in this way they quickly They are the effects which charm and a

3oannir, ,,..y C'ol"lec'tloe, !. ? .:,:::..ra..erY?, a,:: One lot of horses and< rigs, and pays become Injured under ordinary methods. exalt unconsciously. Like true hapltality A
County Land For Sale. .w a e.Mr : The new laxative. Does It U an expensive" way, but per. they are not obtrusive, but iOu
:\ Se'i"t"4Mti. !:: = pedal attention to the tourist and thesportsman '
>aps It U tbe only way to manage old u* without our knowing. Like

For "Iurw'yw..".. uwr, -" W w Suns Yrra.'sa not gripe or nauseate. without grszln tbe land too close great music, they stir In us the highest
sale : D Tft FLEAeEWAHfnday The Titusville Graded High Sebool "
cheap, tbe northeast quarter M.nrlnsfAleHree'ltl3v ----- aDd sweetest thoughts without our reAlization k
r Hiitbeirt quarter of section 3, town sus Cures stomach and liver': iss an efficient corps of teachers; allof Te Prefect Tender Bushes.A of the origin of our thinking.

hip' 38, south ol range 41 east; close to .._ .. 'f..t"Zoo l..l.wIM..el.a' I whom tol'd first.grade teachers' cer- nay to protect render bushes Is to What America rnour needs la to learn

i' $. Wood's I pineapple plantation on {,.ear,,nwe.swrlr.sea rr.N r s'.wa.rr\':" 'w.Lrwaswrawwwprw troubles and'chronic con- Ifacateej, and has a eooool term of bend tWui_ carefully down to the this sort of art in all-Its braDcbe.. We

t Lucie RI..er&o i: "" { -.- a.a.re the eight month.. Hers the children are round, held them In position with should exhibit It first In our treatmentof
; acres. t stipation by restoring
Also, the1 northeast of north- =; a==a== hen; Instruction and prepared for colege taktt and then cover with leaves, nature Landscapes and gardens .

* quarter of quarter 'tow tti.l natfiral action of the stom- courses, under good moral ooadltlons straw er earth says a writer In Farm can bo made as truly the expression ...
section 88
atn 18, township H. Y. Butk6et uou and asnocisUov Journal. On my own row tied I folio and Incarnation of great thought, of ",
of
t, Lucie range 41 east; on southfork of ach, liver and bowels. The Palmharst la'aoother hotel opened this plan using a heavy layer of leave ''Doble poems, of lofty music heard. j,

River; 40 acres. Apply to III Titnsvllle. It Is nicely located near held In place by a wide strip of wire hough silent and of high dreams aa ;f fcan /

CHAS; II. WALTON, Refuse ubaWute Prlo BOO. be F. E. O. By. station/ and Is fitted I. chicken netting securely: staked .at the a picture, a itatue or an Immortaljeompouitlon. \.
For Bale by:Tit unUJ e I'liarniacr. with every convenience
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PBTTCHA. President; F. S. BATTLE
JAMU Vlce
THE: International organization -prea.
BAST COAST ADVOCATE. R. W. HAILK Assistant Cashier
of antl-slavl.ts Has. taken up the

treatment of native of Angola: a DENTLEGBAMS.

4 WBBBIY*Of Of*Tun t
i* aau.I.carsuaT 11(7I'10.. and the British and American .. .. .
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hav been asked = .-.. '.:- .... ,
governments to COUNTY DEPOSITORY.Authorized .
PUBLISHED MVEHY FRIDAY intervene. This cafe does not offer Children's Teeth --
If"ft capital -$1
the excuse: of International suzer OO.COO

il, Entered at tlx PostnfflO*a t Tltnavllle.+ Florida, ainty present In the Congo; State Seventy-five per cent of the children In this community are In need! of den r r' Paid up capital $25,000

,1 as Monnd-clM matter.CKABI.M but humane feeling would justify a tal work. Facial deformities, pains half nourished bodies bad breath and Average deposits.! $200.000

vigorous protest. Barbarous abuseof allied ailments are the results of neglect Mr. and Mrs. Parent Its your dutyto
H.WALTQa,Editor ft Proprietor. natives by Portuguese; traders, see that your' children have a fair start. In life. See to their teeth. Transacts a General Banking
Member of the Florida Press AMoclatlon. who have the sympathy of colonial
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BARRY WILSOK,...... B"Pt.Composing; Booigs officials, was shown In a comparatively Care of the Teeth Business,
recent series of articles by
k II. W. Nevlnson and other travel. Largest and Oldest Bank on the River
Reading notices In local column front page A visit to the dentist at least twice at year Is the best ponsible care you
10 eenu a Una. lers In Africa add corroborative can give your teeth. Try this.Replacing. .' Exchange bought and sold on all Foreign
Rates for dlnplay advertlnlng made known onapplication. testimony. Conditions constitute, 1 Countries

a reproach to civilisation. / I P.tron ce l"precl.ted-p"mPt: nerrlre, .
becomedo. after flret roll
An advertlnlng bllli Lost TeethThere tr.at.nwut,and every favor eon.Iaeot with am
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of ulvertlMiiient ontoes ottierwlMstipulated ervative banking granted,
14 appearance rartlet not known to ui A Sugar,refinery la ,what is now CORJUt8I'OYDIt1"T81Empire
In contract clothes I
j p Is no excuse for any man or woman to be without teeth Elegant
to for advertlalnc In art being advocated by exchanges. TrnCnanW"
will be required pay our lIroa.tut.Tb. ,.
nay make you appear like what you' want people to think Itrd are, but the New York, N. Y.
non e. Why a state that can .Atlanta National
R I yes produceraw
Dlaoontlaaanas of ad",. meat be made pert like Florida should havea care you' give your' teeth !Indicates what you' really are. : flli'kI ackllOnVllle."r .

oDally' thli office or by wrltlnc. sugar What right have you' anyway, to approach people In business, or otherwise, rL"USVILLE.: ? FLATREES
refinery within Its borderi. If .
with a mouth so full of decayed teeth that your friends Involuotarllly take a
the south wishes the -
highest possible --
The EAST COAT AOVOCATS' l> |l JO per an- step backward to escape your breath Haven't you noticed Hf"
nnm| six montli 7BcU. To Foreign Countries returns from its many products g
I $340 per annum. Bubeorlptloni Invariably l In we must right here In our midst
s i advance.rrln' where the raw materials are pro Artificial Crowns e

duced also have the
manufacturing
wntlnii to the ADVOCATE' for Information facilities which I Can be so nicely adapted that detection is Impossible. When a tooth la..
by they can readily
of any kind the writer will oblige by .n 'passed filling have a porcelain crown fitted to the old root, making It useful ..I
be converted Into articles of Imme From Ocklawata Nurseries are giving| !greatest c satisfaction to our bun
closing, a atemped.addree..s envelope. admires nice that teeth are
t diate use. And in this particularthe ever. Everyone looking teeth the knowledge your dreda of customers Florida. They always

CheatPatoflla0rdenEte..hocldbem.dSpayable : south's prospers! are unusually well cared for, will be a great satisfaction to you. : grow and they alwajs" bear fruit true to name of variety.

> to CBABLBS H. WALTOn,proprietor. bright for we shall, before long I
f cease to be merely a producing Artifical Sets of TeethWhen Some wthfartinn in this.Io' punting groves now, think of the future

( iy t Add,.. all eommanlofttloni to section and will soon be both producers TIJE SUCCESS OF YOUR INVESTMENT
EAST COAST ADVOCATE:, and manufacturers. your old friends have gone either through misfortune or neglect, depend. on the tree you ((Slant.)) MAKE NO MISTAKE, but come to
q TtTUSVrLLB FU> n>A. get the kind that do not ache have 'to be filled crowned or extracted. Get
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OFFICIALS of the Pougbkeepsie good .ones-the best that can be had. Do not get so "Gad Glnged" stingy as Headquarters for Reliable Trees: tlnalloD Tree, guaranteed'tD tSJ"i'J;

"Son removed.A to try to save a dollar on a set of teeth Save' It on.a coffl i, but get the best good.
U 8. Department of Agriculture jail prisoner want who occupies Harry" and com. teeth made. It will pay. don't, we replace.them. NO WHITE FLY.

Weather Bureau-Jupiter; Fla ,
fortably furnishes a corridor gets ADDRESS '
flowers from the feebleminded and Teeth Without PlatesWhen O. W. CONNER Prop'r.

The following is a comparative statement bill food from a hotel and takes ,

II I cf temperature and rainfall for the weekend trips, does not make com. you have teeth put In without plates, you are beginning to show TANGERINE, FLORIDA.

week ending Tuesday*Oct. 0,1908._1907DAT mon criminals about him any bet. signs of living In the 20th century Teeth without plates offer you all the ..

-1908- MI If. ter contented. The Impression inevitably blessings and satisfaction of natural teetb. They are Immovable self-cleaning, .-- .
Mil. MAX. .
80 M4X.85 70 HO/ 77 develops that money makes artistic and in everyway represent up.to-date dentistry. But get tf,)>e new sanitary OUR \..V.AtE. Of' BU31NE9S

1 81 71: 86 70 a difference even in jail with Harry bridgework as we make itExtracting. is IH ATLANTA'WHEREWEHAYE:
a 84 74 86 73 Thaw. BEEN ESTA'8UaHEI FOR,MQR THAM
f 3 80 78 85: 73 ,__, ___ A ftUAHTER OF A' CENTUR'CAND vmWtCAtKY
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t A 3 81 (.9 I 85 74' TeethWhat AlXtftl AND COMPLETE
ti 6 78 70 IK It FOR many years Russia and the '
0 81 71 m 74 United States were close rivals In a horrible thing It,used to be to have part of one's anatomy taken sTO ENG\NES\ ; O'tER' ,

d;' Total rain fall for the week 2,24 Inches the the production of petroleum and hold,of, shook pulled and twisted until something gave way. All that Is a QJA7 easxmStsv.illP;, SAW MILLSAllW00DWORKING\ \
normal)rainfall for
week Departure from.15 I Inches. Departure so recently as seven years ago Russia thing of the past; today, extracting teeth is painless It can even be performedwhile ft'tACHistgYTGAaINTHRERHERSALLKINDCI/OFi6AWS: -'B LTINCyANDMILL' t (

from I normal plus rainfall since Januay 1 1. was ahead Now however it you alt'lp-DO extra charge for lodging.: By the use of the South-Amer SUPPLIES' : 400URMAIPt< .THOUSANr SOF TERFECTi-V-SATlSpED: .

W minus 4 88 Inches.UAL. Is estimated that this country leads ican anaesthetics you can have one or a dozen taken out without pain even CUSTOMERS CAN TESTirY'TOVTME'ME.TllTS'OF'OUJt, ->s'WHtCHARElUN4aRTASSEDFORlftyALlTYAMO +

P.; IIAB IW, Official In charge 100,000,000 barrels. The out. the children say, "I never felt it." I QUANTITY OFVORkTOMtK >
** put for 1007 was. about 166,000,000\ FOR.CATALOGUE-AHD.TE RMS:
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barrels more than double that of Prices of, WorkThe -Ol.F'ORSYTH; *_ .,AltANJ&jWVEast
' i DEMOCRATIC TICKET 1901 which amounted to 77,000,000 ,

barrels. It is an amazing flow cheapest thing la Tltusvllle is dental work. Come In and take a lookat

---.-- --- .-.. Chicago prices. I have them the kind of oftlolli that do the cheapest workIn
I For Pre.ldentlWJLLIAM!
Coast Lumber &
Co.
J. BRYAN. Tax Oklahoma bank deposit Jthe city. Fillings for which I charge $1 00, they charge from $1.60 to $2.00. Supply

guaranty law in. challenged; by a Most every kind of an operation is 25 per cent higher than my charge. I .

for Vlce-Presldents;. stats bank which refuses to pay the positively refuse to use cheap material. The Postmaster can tell you that I

I 1 JOHN W. KERN. 1 p. c. of deposit required. The buy from the highest priced people In the world I have let several' hundred Dealers In-

For Presidential Electors: state supreme court having upheldthe dollars worth of work go out of the otttce because people wanted some thing

H. P. BAILEY law. It will now come before cheap. There Is nothing cheap In dentistry I It takes skill and good material LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIAL

P. W. BUTLER, the supreme court of the United to save" teeth, even for a little while. ,
States. An adverse .
decision
there
ROBERT E. DAVIS, SASH DOORS AND BLINDS PAINTS IN FACTf EVERYTHING
would be no surprise. The law ; '
GEORGE SAMUEL C.PASCO.MARTIN seems repugnant to the federal Another Thing Worth Considering TO,BUILD A HOUSE.

t For Reprewnetailve\ fa. Congress SeooodCougre..looal constitution When you have your work done at home you have" interested someone in Write us for special prices in carload lots direct from mill.

4 ------,,--- your teeth, some one who feels the responsibility of their care. Ton will be .- .- --
t' Dlltrl9t: THE Mexican people assert their surprised and shall bJ pleased with the number of little courtesies your dentist
FRANK: CLAUK. claIm on President Diaz's servicesfor : will-extend to throughout the
you year. LUMBER LATH SHINGLES
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: For Governor: another term of six years In ,

! ALBERT W. OlLCHRIbT. his 30 years at the helm he has I
Patronize' is BRICK LEIS CEMENT RUBBEROID ROOFING.
The kind of a-Dentist
literally created modern Mexico\ you
For Comptroller: Write for Delivered Prices
and It may be that be can be per.
tt A,, C. CROOM suaded to complete certain Import. Another thing N'orD:1nn.- : : : : S. Dny1on.:

For Treasurer .. ant reforms now under way. lie Isa DAYTONA FLORIDA.

W. V. KNOOF. beneficent autocrat. 26 years of continued work on bad teeth ought to stand for something. you ,

lA ? For Secretary of State: --.---- should feel reasonably! secure In trusting your.teeth In my/' care. My experience -
CLAY CRAWFORD. Born Yale and Harvard have or. attends along all kinds of teeth of all tuitions you might say. Its a NOTICE.NOTICE .
II. .
Ii dered the English boat building pleasure for, me to have tbe sole care of a set of teeth it makes me feel like at
II hereby given that the following dl'lqflbpd lands will be sold
For Attorney General: firm Sims or Putney, to build doing m/ best every time.R. :Auction on the fifth day or October A. D.. 1008. In front or the
tl PARK M. TRAMMEL. eight-oar boats for 1909 of the door of the Council Room at '!'ltusfIllPt In the County 'of Erevard end

of Public Instruction same pattern as those used by State of Florida or 10 much thereof u will be necessary to lay the amount due
For State Superintendent
MILLER the of Titiisvllle for town taxes therein together
y I Cambridge in recent Yale D Town set opposite the same,
p .1 I IWbl. year. with the costs of such sale and advertising:
M. HOLLOWAY. has ordered two boats one of which

will be built under the supervision TITVSTILLE FLORIDA. I I rI.) I I I I -"
i For Commissioner of Agrloulture: of Guy Niokalls, the famous sculler e # 41 aC H

e. B. E. M'LIN. -- -------
DESCRIPTION: OF LANDS. 2 OWNER, I
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1' For Justice of the Supreme Court: THE: geographical commission = *wos

WILLIAM A. ROCKER, appointed by the Mexican govern 1i to :; eel /

THOMAS M. 8IIACKLEFORD. ment has discovered 7679 towns All Block 2. nlce'l addition to

,' For State Senator-13th District: which were not officially known to TltulVllI . ... . ... 33 21 35' J. L. Paramore 159
r exist. As a tax'dodgers' paradise, Lots 8 and 9. Block Tltul' addition .
F. M. HUDSON the Mexican Republic would seem toTitusvtlle. .. . 321 3j; Unknown :l 43
T Lots 8 and 9. Block Tit.us' ad-
d For Member of Legislature: to have no,equal.DANOEII. 43 I
dltlon to .! 34 21 ,M O. O. Bravo i .j
II B. STEWART. s. Lots 5 and 6. Block B., 3 22 3.1 D. W. Tuttle. . .
IN DELAY Lot Block 24.. .. .. . 3 29 35 hue .T onel. . el
For Count.Jud: t tj lou8, 10 and 11. Block 2". 3 22 36 Iou Strickland. :I 11
B. R. WILSON Kidney Diseases Are Too Dangerous t Lot D. Block 24. ... ._ . 3 22 3j; O. !Strickland, 67
Lilts 5 and Block A 'lsher'l .
7.
For Clerk of the Circuit Court: for Titusville People to 93
I addition to Tituevlile .. 3 22 35. C. W,Griggs. I
b's A. A. STEWART.: Ncjrlet.The Lot 4Block D.n.her'l addition I

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F that they Ret a firm hold before the ) Lou 24 and 34.n. W. 70-ft Lot
JOS. r. BROWN sufferer recognizes them. Health Is $ S-I. Joynervllle addiUcn to .
gradually undermlnded. Backache, 2e 'l'ltulIVllle .'. ._. . 3 22 35 Carrie W. atterth."I
For Tax Assessor 1
: rarlr .
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headache, nervousness' lameness, sorenens waite..
W. it. HALL ri lumbago urinary troubles dropsy, Lot M, Joynt'rville addition to
i Far Tax Collector diabetes and bright disease follow In Titullvllle. . .. .. 3,22 3j; Unknown, . I t1
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County merciless succession Don't negletyour' Lot 5. lub-dly. Lot 36, Joyner- S ;
P. II. WRIGHT. kidneys. Cure the kidneys with the vine addition to TitullV lie. 3 22 3s: .Unknown. . }II Il
For County Treasurer: certain and safe remedy Doan's Kidney! Lots 61. 62. 6t.; Rerdell'l addi. .f(
i F. R. HATCH. Pills which has cured people right hereIn a a tiontoTitusville' .. . d 22 M Q SalDlIgerlh'lrs( ) I
Vltuivllle I ( h rr- I Block '34. M. 36. ((ex S. IOO-ft

; For County Superintendent of Pubic In- Mrs. John Noble! living In THuivllle' h v Block 36) flat Book I. page 57,
r Fla., says: "our little girl suffered from 503.... . . .. . . . 4 22 36 Unknown. i
.truo loo. -
kidney weakness for three years' and abe I "
i JOHN R. WALKER. seemed to have 'very little control over Titunllll!, Florida, J. X. WALLER 0

9 For Supervisor of Registration: the actions of the secretions especiallyat Sept. I. 1008. Marshal and CollectOr. )
night. She doctored and took several
W. S. NORWOOD.For .
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remedies but nthlnll.eeomed to help
County Commissioners: her In the least. We finally learned of '

Dlst 1.. J. M OSBAN, The Doan's Kidney rill.has and obtained tbem.h"wti.ne THE ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING OFFICE J /-- :eSEe SaOJ: : ? I
completely cured
I" 2. J. R. ),MIOT : eJI
B la now able to retain
3. R. A. CONKLING the secretions, and i Is steadily\ growing First-class Bather Shop wlth'Two Up-to-Date Darben. No LoDg s aiticg. r.

4. W. A. 1IEATOX stronger. We are thankful Indeed, for Open Sunday mornIng from 7 to 10 o'clock;", n
5. T. J. COCKS HUTT. the benefit she has obtained from the Does all Kinds and Description ofJ"o"b
use of Doan's Kidney rills." The following pricel are charged for going out to work o
For Members of School Board: I For sale all dealers. 2bcts
Prfoe CO
by cents.
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Toole
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hair Cut 50 cte. 'Sh..e, 50().ct. MaeeagettOcta. Hair Singe'SGats(
Disk 1. A. J. CARTER Forter-Mllburn Co., Buffalo New York,
t'. sole agents for the United States. :
O. S. :
2.
SINGLETON .
rll'1t1Ye1g': : 74.
.I Remember the name-Doan's-and Shop oppoeltePritchard' Uardware Store. Phone
3. E. B. ARNOLD.
take no. other. Shoes Sbloed.1) PERRY JOHNSON Proprietor.



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There Is more Catarrh In this section F. A. MORGAN, MANAGER CRAB II. WALTON
of the country than all other deases plat \Halritual\

EAST COAST NEWS.Notes i together, and until the last few years
was supposed to be Inoureable. For a MORG-AN': : & VV A2.dTON"REAL

**..ir***..*******.** great many years doctors pronounced It. Constipation
local disease
i iNowSV a and prescribed local remedies

and by constantly falling to our. ;

Contributed bv Our Regular i cureable.with local treatment, pronounced It In flay k?permanently'! overcome\,> proper ESTATE DEALERS.Licensed.
Science hal catarrh to
proven oathtlte .
Corps of East Coast Corrospondents. be a constitutional disease and therefore Praosval c'f.fo(( osf\s\llnrt, \ t

i requires constitutional treatment Hall', tthe ont ( .)

+ ++.1..+.+.../......*.<.................NNNN.. Cheney Catarrh .t Cure Co., ,manufactrued Toledo, Ohio Is by tbe F.on J,. r w'" Mm'edyS enable)'rupojhyaantiUur.4Scana, I !t. one to f orm regularHoWft ) Watch this space.if you want to buy property n

ly constitutional the market
.- please send all communications Eau Gallie. II Is taken Internally cure In on doses from 10 aaiiy &that a5ctctcncefona.. on the famous Indian River. Jt

for publication to "Editor, drops to a teaspoonful. It acts directly! lure may: be raiKia/f!/lr dispeescdwith" !
Item on the blood and surfaces of the
Fla." mucus Wn ho longer needed A$tht oestof No. 1, Fine building lot In South Tl-
Tltusvllle, / No. 0. Northeast:# of northeast) t
oats Showers and system They offer one hundred dui-
high N and N-E wind lars for any case it falls to cure. fiend temtdiesWltcn "tCfunJ., t aicto assist tusvllle, fronting!100 feet on the Indian sec' 18, township 38 south, range41 east,

We cannot guarantee to publish during the past week for circulars and testimonials.! nature ant not to supyJarvt' the\ rtatur. River and extending: bark to Front street, on south fork of Ht. Lucle river; 40 acres, 1

IA that do not reach this office before Mr. Sullivan Is now In his new store Address t F. J. CHENEY *: CO., Tole. Alf) ttacttensMhtch. must Jcpenj: unit; a Winter distance Home.of 273 Price feet, 'an''dOIQ.Ideal(' spot fur. a Dade county *(0.110 l per acre.

do, Oulo. Sold by all Druggists, 75o.: No. 7. A bargain fA 24 acre
on Thursdays. on Highland avenue Take Hall's 1I'aml1I'III1 for natefy upon proj>ev tioun.sKwent No. 2. Lot 103325: : on Front street, tare bear
consump tract of land 10 seres of which la a *
The tlon. p'rt'Pftcffot'tAeutt\: l livm! <* ral/// tine water front, just the location for a
water remains Plantation, near Mel
at lug Pineapple
a high In
point
Mil correspondents oblige us by the Eau Gallle river I rot t ,its beneficial cjjfecls, afwaSOvy residence, dye minute from poatoftlce bourne. Hood Packing house, Dock, 1
8au..gs.y
owing
to recent and stores; price, $1HX).00.
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the name of people and places The the \ Tram war. Pines are fenced with wovenwire
of rains
possible t The Bdunage dates \back to the year gcnuinea No. 8. West X of northeast ){ and fencing 'Ibis la an exceptional 1

ilnly II Dean Robottom, of Tltustllle the 807. It has been asserted that tbe Syrup piflgs.O\rt l ix ir1&"etaiaar..j west J 9 southeast 1 If, seo. 10, township chance for a party wliowlll live on the
was SJ: 39 1111 :!().JIJ( acres M. I.ucle i
range place. Crop last year 1,500 orates.
guest of Mr. IUd Greeks! In the days of Homer ruanufuc: >yUi
Melbourne. Mrs P. A, McMillan on turgid sausages, but this prehistoric county. tiMiQ( per acre 'rice, If sold before April lat, 3,600.00.
Sundarlalt. CALIFORNIAFIG No. 4. 8. W. H' of northwest U and I Title perfect.No. .
mixture had nothing In common with
west of southwest Jf, seo. :85, < own- I 8. 10 acres In Lot No. 3, Seo. 28, '
nOODB-ReaI: Kstate: Mr. J. O. Simmons has modern
W. Notarylo been our product. The ancient so
,\RD sod Conrcvanoer. Agent for JCtnairpool ,ImprovIng SYRUP Co. ONLY ship 3l: range 39, I'M: acres, St. I.ucle Township 21 South Range 33 r
>.J London andOlobeandHanforda.araaeaCompSH.es his grounds and residence during the calkxl sausage was composed of the SOLD BVALL LEADING DRUGGISTS county, au.OU per acre. \ This Is fine llammoolt land suitable aft; t

the Interest of noa. -gpeotal resldeots attention, last two weeks. same materials' which enter Into the OQtttie only' rorter pt"tf. :.0t I'ft' BottU No. A, Northeast }{ of southeast J4', 'oranges, grapes and vegetables, and.la
110 makeup of tbe boudln of the French sec >, township ;* south, range 41 east; located about a half mile north of Titus I

..- Subscriptions for the ADVOCATE, Capt. Bennett's grounds are a mass of market and the blood pudding of the close to O. K Wood's pineapple plantation yule An exceptional bargain. Price r

,I ink paper of the East Coast, will be colored blooms, and are among tbe prettiest French Canadian. The ancient sausage They Were Good E tera. on Ht. Lucie river; 40 acres, Iade turn\ Half cant; balance on time, to p

cud at the! Melbourne Postoffloe. In Eau Gallie. wee ?uveloi>ed In the stomachs ot One day l>i, Norman McLeod, wbo coun'v. '!).00 per acre. ,suit 1 purchaser i

gnats. It was not until the tenth ceu was a large and iiealthy man and one

(h water and high winds have torn the The painters now have their turn at tnry that Santiago willIe'of hashed pork of bin buily elders went to pay a visit If you want a home on the Indian River, call and aeeus. We'bavs many t

. of our city dock new addition to the Hodgson store become known It was lu or near the to a lertalu Mrs. MacLareu of the bargains In Tltusvllle and elsewhere on the East Coast. ,

part premises. An oil room Is now being year i.'t>D that thanks to the Introduction congregation who lived over the Scotch t

. C. J. F. Campbell has finished built. .' Into Germany of dllllll mOil and bills She was d frugal woman but :3VCoxffrx: : : eto "X7\7"/xlton: ,

leg the Inside of the Bazaar and II Mrs. Treutler and snlTrvn. the sauxages of Frankfort and since she knew that a call from these URAL ESTATE:: DKALER9, 4

painting the outside Mrs. Elizabeth Uor Straasburg! acquired a universal repu two meant tbat they would stay to TITU3V1LLE, .\ FLORIDA. I. .I
nig are expected In Eau Gallle
this1week, tatlon. draInssc .
upper, too, she determined that they -- -
, E. P Branch has returned home I after, a pleasant visit In Chicago aDd should bate the \beet In the house. So L

a visit of some weeks with relative points,north. Contrivance, she plied the table with Jollies and jam

''ilend and looking after business As Dr "DarwIiJ woos Walking one day
Letters from and preserves and shortbread and all G. Walton
C. C. Plngrey of Dele- ,
Percy
**. In bin garden be I perovhed a wasp i the delicacies of the season, and, tbe ;
van, N. Y., report quite cool weather and
upon the gravel walk with a large fly; journey having been long, they partook
J. 8. Sammie and wife bave fires during the I
plain evenings. Mr. Plngrey nearly as Mg as itself which It hat unsparingly, and after the meal the

ed the summer In their Melbourne has a cory home In Eau Oallle. caull' t. Kneeling: down, he distinctly!; elder said to her; "tusv111a. Fl.. 'I)

The Captain has some of the fin Tbe Sebastian saw It cut off the bead and abdomen "Mrs.: MacLareu. were you at the 1
a large motor boa
round and building In Melbourne and then tailing up with Its feet .the kirk Sunday: j
owned by the Eagle Fish Co. left for ,
trunk or middle portion of the body to "
well cared for "Oh she said. 1
hey are aye, was.
Sebastian on Sunday last after FIRE AND TORNADO I
an overhauling which the wings remained attached "And what did you think of the

, Peek and wife returned from New at Hodgson's boat yard. fly way. Hut a breeze of wind, acting treatment of the miracle The Ber- INSURANCE.

Sunday night. They had a pleasnit The town marshal Is thoseof on the wings of the fly, turped round mon bad been on the loaves and fishes
notifying
but were glad to get back to our citizens who bave cleaned tbe wasp with It. burden and Impeded "I thought It was good" said Mrs. I
not
old Melbourne. It Is needless foray up its program.' Upon thin It alighted MacLaren. RELIABLE COMPANIES. PROMPT PAYMENTItOP' LOSSES.
their yards and,grounds to do Tbe
so. again on the gravel walk deliberately
we are also glad to see them "And what Is your Idea on tbe subject LOWEST RATER ACCIDENT POLICIES ISSUED.
result is a decided Improvement. sawed off first one wing and then the ",
once more. Mrs. MacLareu? persisted the l\
other thus removed the .
and having
Many of our people attended minister 11I0r1'012: DOA" INSURANOE
young
a ,
. A. B. of Ita embarrassment flew off !
Taylor writes us from Sank dance In the Carleton Hotel at Melbourne cause "Losh." said their hostess suddenly,
Mich., that about December laW with Its booty. "I'm think In' that If you and tbe elder MARINE AND FIRE RATES ON APPLICATION .
on "Saturday night last. A most
R. Stephens and her daughter, had bin In'tbe congregation there L

i of Mrs. Taylor, will, be here to oo enjoyable evening was spent. by those Oamb tta's Lost EyeGninbettn. wadna bin twelve \baskets of frag

the Taylor cottage. Mr. and Mrs. present. the French patriot, bad menta for the disciples to gather up!" I Your Business Respectfully Solicited, i
but one eye. How be came to lone tbe
Ir expect to come here In Tbe grounds about Crag Appln, the
January
residence of other In childhood Is told by a writer: Maintaining Hie Argument Reference: Indian River State Bank, :&Xltusvllle Fla. .
C.
Capt. W. MoNab of
i Myrtle Allen, of Green Castle, I! "It appears tbat Gambotta had such n One night at lirooka' when Coke was ... .. .. ,
Youngstown 0. ---- -- -- ----
ii a guest of the Brown House are being cleaned up dislike to going to school tbat he said In l'
present Fox, allusion to something
Allen Is our new school teacher andy and put Into complete order, In expectation to his father tbat unless he were taker that had been said made a very din. TXT'C"SV"XLc..m XaXV""IIJrt.Y: a ST.AnLm. !
ofthe arrival of tbe from school he would ke of hieyes -*
! our children claim she Is O. K. owner. |n> one paraglng remark about government

xtend a welcome to Miss Allen,and :Mr. and Mrs. Christian are going for out. Ills father Insisted on bl. reo powder Adam attorney gouerul to FEED AND SALE SADDLE HORSES
school Gam-
mnlnlng ou at whereupon .
she will enjoy her stay In Mel. a vacation, this coming week. Mr C. betta did as be had threatened to do the Prince of Wales who heard It. considered

.Ie, has been it a personal reflection and ...STABLES. BUGGIES
closely confined to business for and on his father remonstrating with ,
sent Fox: a challenge. At the time
appointed \
t Sunday, October 4tb, at the homept. a long time and has well earned this va him be said that If bin father sent him .
Fox: went out and took bin Utlon BAGGAGE SURREYS
cation. They will visit In bark to school be would the I
Alex. J. Ooode, a aurprlse din. tbe north before again poke standing full face to his adver-

M given In honor of Mr and Mrs. their return. other eye out Such a determined sary. Fitzgerald pointed out to him TRANSFER, and TURNOUTS of
character be that his father bad
Cootie's 39th wedding anniversary, wan that lye ought to stand aldeways.'What <
finally to give way to him. HAULING ETC. ..all kinds.. '
ich were present their children and Had A Close Call does It matter?' protested 0:1.: t I 1

children, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Mrs. Ada s L. Croom, the widely) J known "I am as thick one way as the other. !I"
, He Deserved the Watch. The signal to fire was given. Adam O". IMC. O/ei) L n
]an and daughters, the Misses Jes- proprietor of the Croom Hothl, Vaughn,
yA little boy wbo bad been promised
I Grace Miss, says: "For several months I suffered fired, but Fox: did not. Ills seconds, TITUSVJLLE10 rear of Robbtna Law OfficeJl'J.ORIDA.

Mr. and Mri. Claude with a severe cough, and consump a watch In a too Indefinite future greatly excited, told him that be must --. -- -, --- -
aDd eons, Leon and Clarke, Mr. lion seemed to have Its grip on me whena snowed a tendency to revert to the Ore "I'll be If I do!" said Fox.: ,,'

n. Alex. J. Goode and sons, RichId friend recommended Dr. King's New subject with a frequency which finally "I have no ijuarrel." Whereupon the INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORY.

Alexander, making fourteen In Discovery. I began taking It, and three overcame the patience of Ills Irate father. two adversaries advanced to shake
", aDd bottles affected a oomplete cure.'.' The "If you say 'watch' again In mypreBeD8
Capt W. R. Beaujean, of bauds. "Adam, said Fox: complacent TITDSVILLE: FLA. ,
fame of this life saving cough and cold "
I'll thrash was the ultimatum.
urns Beach. Beautiful decora- remedyrand lung and throat healer Is text" morning you at prayers when ly, "you'd have killed me If it hadn'tbeen is prepared to furnish loeln any quantity-Sacked or loose Special attention .

a fine dinner and a Jolly good world wide Sold at Tltusvllle Pharmacy each member of the family offered a for" the London badness Ilellman.HabtC of .government paid sacking for Yachts or for family use Fair dealing Is my motto,
a"e this Sib and 100. Trial bottle powder. *
one of the
pleasant events
free. Bible verse tbe boy demurely gave bin A. 8. PIATT, Proprietor .
life of Mr. and Mrs Goode fill he fixed bin parent with his eye and "

tppeated. "What I say unto you I say Action repeated becomes habit y

, A Healthy Family (Jo orgPana. unto all, Watcbl"A Habit long continued becomes second i

"r whole family has enjoyed good nature. We are today what we were The Winter Haven Nurseries

i since we began using Dr. King's Woman's 'aoe. accustomed to 'do yesterday and the

,Ifs Pills, three years ago," says Uncle and Anntlo Hughes are enjoying No words can express: the almost divine .day before.-Lyman Abbott ,
Bartlet, of Rural Route 1. Guilford their No. B Edison Phonograph love and tenderness and the per.
, They cleanse and &.. 3VE.Established :. ::u.Lm1t4:: .. I'rojpriotor;
tone the system feet trust and happiness of that girl .
'''IlUe Mr. and Mrs. Wadsworth and
way that does good. 25o a son wife's face Into
you as she looked tbe eyes
1I"lIIe pharmacy. and daughter, and Miss Mary Wlttfeld of her husband-and smiled. Other vOn remember ALL the KINDS ADVOCATH OF JOB office.PRINTING t 1884, Winter Haven, Florida.

arrlfed on Saturday. holiday Impressions nay grow dim and

Fort lade but that sweet woman'
Pierce.water Hall] away
E. V. is building a flneeruls-
very face remains stamped on my memory ...INN.................4e '
lug> yacht for Messrs.,Ronald g"Flske, of Wholesale Growers of Citrus, Trees of the Best Commercial Varieties
has been forever.-Wynne in London Reader.
t week. unusually high Cocoa. These gentlemen and their We guarantee our extensive stock to be well grown, free of Insects

wives were over Inspecting It Sunday Ungrammstlesl ;Justice. I TO SUBSCRIBERS f *
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\7' E. Tylander Is and true to name. .
expected borne morning. "Prisoner at the bar," said tbe mafia I
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ay from
DeLand. t rate, "for the crime of overspeedlng
Mr. and Mrs. Provost and little son,
Julius Tyler arrived home last you will pay a fine of 910 or be took to An order of the Postoffloe Department SILVER CLUSTER GRAPEFRUIT OUR LEADING SPECIALTY.'I
'lay 3reese, Mr. Martin, Mr Coleman, Mr. "
faom for ten days. '
her jail
summer vacation. I !
Washington D. C. ef-
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and Mrs Hughes, Mr. Rogero and two "
"That not a correct sentence mur-
last the heavy northeasters have daughters, Misses Ethel and Louise, and mured the prisoner. Philadelphia > fective Jan. 1,1908, provides, that Prices Right. Grading and Packing Perfect. ,

Bather Let us hope we' may have some Dr. Wlttfeld were passengers on the' Ledger. | no delinquent subscriber shall be Write for Catalogue.BOATMEXT.

at last. Mystic to Cocoa and return on Saturday ..
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carried longer than three months
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bridged -
c J. Anxiety never yet successfully --- --- -- ------"
Yates
He returned Saturday Miss Margaret Carter opened her over any cl1..m.-Rumnl. .' '. giving as a reason tbat the department "
bad been to tbe hospital at school on Monday morning with nine .
.'URtine Is furnishing a low rate of
and underwent an opera. teen pupils. She taught here last win : .
lie Tbe easiest for the sultan of on and does
returned to work way < > postage newspapers,
on Monday ter, had a good school, and gave good
g. : Turkey to Induce the women to begin so for the benefit of abonartdesubscrlber I
satisfaction as a teacher. If the patronsof jj
wearing the veil again Is to supply
County commlllllon'era have been the school will stand by her, as they them with automobiles. ; ; who pays for bis paper. and dealers In Boat Bottom Paint, dropus a card with your address and learn

ion this week should, she will make a success of It Please take notice of the name- i
among them we bow to keep.y "tor Kaulerson, Tantls; John Ba- again this year. J and-date slip pasted upon your t
Trade disoounta to merchant, '
Jeniwn. Saved Ills no, Life ..
Paul
"' ; Krogel, of CebasF. Archie Chambers and wife are expect I paper or wrapper every week. : I
J F. Bell, of White City. from Jacksonville Wednes-- My three year old boy was badlyf/ uuntlpaled ,
ed to arrive ,
1eacon had a high fever and was fn an N fe 4 .. . .. .... ...H.01.N .
Johnson arrived here Frl- Mr. Chamber's health has not been ,
day Carl.:8.e d.
: Cosr1pan.y: ;
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bt awful condition, 1 gave him two dosesof ,
from Orlandrf. He has been good for some time, and It Is hoped that Foley's Orlno Laxative and the next ..................... ... ;

'** b7 Bishop Gray as archdeacon the change will be of great benefit to morning tbe C.ver.1I gone and he WMntlroly : : ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA. 1

'over east coast. He conducted ilm. Their many friends extend to well Foleys Orlno Laxative
Ne"Ices saved his life," A. Wolkbus, Calmer, i __--- - -------- --- -- --- --.-------
|In St.
Andrews' church, hem a warm welcome, and hope their Ri
Wis. Tltusvllla /
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''"fagatlon his brilliant was talk simply, and carried we be- Flew Rebuked. COpy OF' 'THIS PAPER; 21TIS THE ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING OFFICE .

treat growth for this diocese. AVIiere Bullets ..Ya..." said Cbolly Sllley: "she was TO- .

ul,l David Parker, of Fayette. N. Y., a vat I out when I called, bat I hope for bet. LET YOU KNOW THAT
arortsagr The.Farm eterau of the civil war, wbo lost a foot tab luck next time"

rmer on Rural Route 2, Empire, at Gettysburg, says: "The good Electric How ungallant of you I" exclaimedMiss : WE WOULD LIKE YOU TO Headquarters
A. bave done Is worth more than "
: "Buck- litters Knox. "You should wish her tie I
ulcaSalve cured the says two worst fire hundred dollars to me. I spent BECOME SUBSCRIBER. \, ti i
luck Exchange.
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bad of
eVer saw: one on hand and much money doctoring for a case
'a; leg. It 'la worth my than stomach trouble, to little purpose. I .f v '
:>,t In gold. I would mor hen tried Electric Bitters, and tbeyour- Foley's Honey and Tar cures coughs .
' >J host to mortgage tbe not be WIth. ed me. I now take them as a tonic, and quickly strengthens/ the lanes aid ex- JOB PRINTING ,

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year when celery In not In 'demand 15 the boards I always'count on fearfoft I CUTTING TREES. I FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAYLOCAL

SHADE TREE PESTS. New York city, so there can be no $1.000 a year from my little patch of

doubt about getting good ground.
prices pro Dictates That Saplings CARD No. 75. IN EFFECT
TIME
., ; Tit* D.spoll.rs of Semi of Our Favorite Tided the celery Is up to tbe mark. .Economy Should Not B* Foiled. APRIL 14,1 I

y w Shad Tr.*.. To raise celery to be marketed In THE FRUIT CROP. It la worth while for farmers to pay v No 99 No 29 MAIN LINE No. '78 No 98'
The nests. of the tall webworm, are June my work begins& In January. The Dally Dally De..Uy I
Da11T
t forming unsightly white blotches on first step Is to get good lery seed Some ld.aa Worth Putting Into Prao- a little more attention, to their farm Ttipn1 :@20 am L. ..,.. .se eonlri.A' ._iI6pm it!, .'
i timber lots. Any one who has had to elbpm 10 M am ,._ ...olrU.tlo..L 410pm504pm > aID
*4 the rich foliage of our shade and sow It In boxes In a greenhouse. tic. Nut Stsson. Lv.--xut Falalk' .._ f
grimes 'J as pm 1145 am :
trees. They lire most frequently found Under normal conditions it will require It Is a mistake to suppose that fruit buy lumber lately knows that Its price a 12 pm IS3pm Lv _,.,....Ormoa ...,...,,...t: (n par: (Od a to:
' three weeks for celery seed to la almost prohibitory ro pm IMpmIMpm: : t; .Dirtonc :: = t: SOTpm880pm: ( flat
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; ,;,4. on tbe elm. blckory, ash, apple and bearing plant will do their best If In tact, building operations on tbe to pm N w Smyrna 066 am
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there have been .19 LvSltun'lle .Lr
come up though occasions receive tll5pm pm lUpm1312pm !
they attention te
plum but occur only less commonly only now and farm a* well as elsewhere bare been 12 0 41pm .Gmoa. ,_Lr ahIs
when I have forced It up within then. Irregular care will Dot amount to :: am 41ipm4Mpra: t::::=::Rockledee.-.LI; 12 28 UB1164am t : us
: on many other sorts of deciduous trees. eight days, and the result was In much. Moreover, the cultivator should greatly kept buck by the high prices 1.111 .10 Lv_Eau Oallte.__Lt 11115A2
1' asked for all kind of lumber. t9 Ly"lbouro.L 1144
.m (00pm :
The Insect that constructs these web ant 10
every way satisfactory. As soon as ...... .. .
as soon-as the bearing season Is over 2b0am 00 pra04pm Lv. .ri.W .L. MamTMam
.. Ibex two little leaves appear on the Take a trip about tbe country and 6 oo; am At=::. .rt Palm Knob.rt. .:-.Lr : 11I0pt 0 M
begin to consider what may be doneto you will see some things that will\ 11M .m 104 pmlliSpm Lv.,_ .Ln plants the process of "pricking" begins Induce better .,,,. .
a crop next I 766am 600am :
and drag through February and year. make your heart ache If you: care any o0am: ibOam t ==...Miami:::::::.=Ar '.610 pm a I''
Many old plantations of raspberriesand thing for trees. In the lulll yards of tlOOaro lOtoam .r. _.....lJome.t.eacJ,...._, ..Lv .110 pm t C"
March.As blackberries that are filled with to0opm ....._............... Af........Knlght'sKeyDoek..Lv......?.......,....... tooois
tbe east and middle went' where hem-
regards the greenhouse I would dead canes and weeds can be and Thuridayionly.
so renewed Dally axocpt Sunday. tSundaji tTueadayaandSatnrd.rsoeU;;;
lock aud pine grow, you will find little
advise plenty of moisture and air, but and renovated that they wlU
trees, hardly as large around as a PALATKA BRANCH
not too much heat At whatever tern- bear an abundance of fine fruit To
. IH-iature you begin always I be careful keep berry patch In the highest state stovepipe, waiting to be sawed. L..v EAST PALATKA Arrive Lave PALATKA TO Ares,

''' to keep It from the time tbe seeds go of productiveness tbe old canes should Soma of these will hardly make a PalatkaMara mod_/ TO PALATKA Palatka _Palatka_ EAST PALATKA patad*-" sh

f III the ground until the plant are be removed 'after fruiting* and the 2 by 4 scantling ( No. 46 Pally 6-i (Ham ,, .No. 47 Dally.No. .. e 11
" ttileu: nut to be set In the fields. WhenI If those saplings could have been I 1ft am : ...,__No. 48 pally.:/: ..= (46 am 800am ::.= 49 Dally.: .=.: e2pa as
young growth of small cane properly permitted to stand few longer ear. am ..__.No. 60 Dally..No. __ 146.m till am _.....No. iii l'.lly-_., II h
I h-ivt had occasion to force ray seeds pruned out and thinned in the row. If a years jibe am __-. M Pally. 1210 pm 250 pra ....No, 68 |'atty.- IIOpm a
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I have 'carried the forcing process this Is they would have been worth many 4 OS pm605pm :.. ....Na. 64 Pally...= 426pm(36pm 430 pm =. -No. M !> ur. .,=rll:
' neglected next year you will i __ .No. M Dall,... pm _Na67 Dalyy__ t2iC
I" straight. on until tbe plants were readyto have a small crop of Inferior berries, times more than they are now. But H nj" ............No. M P..'lly.....-....... TMpm Soft pm -,.......No. 68 Dail..?,.' ''.' h".
I net o4t As a rule, I put aeodJn the spirit seems to be to cut the trees .
yr my good neither to eat nor to sell. SAN MATEO BRANCH
Jill .. ice down and let them for what
.v ; with trie thermometer In the eighties now go
Blackberries and tbe red or sucker
1 ,, r it r t1j.a. they will\ bring. This 1 Ie Njulte In line Lvov. EAST PALATKA Arrtvo Lea'* SAN MATEO TO A..1Tf\oe
and keep that temperature' right varieties of
raspberries! require similar E
et I '-- 1\- atka TO SAN MATEO Mateo Nat.. EAST PALATKA. i
I y //I ,.tra II: t through.In culture. In May begin, to cultivate nod wIth) much we do In other directions at Pa PaltiDally :

Tea TALL WEBWORM. April an noon as the ground Is to thin plants Jn the row. Blackberries the present tlm'e. Tbe dollar we can e e1M1 8o, am ro :..:,.::::::.No.Nn: :: Ddb 0111.i0--1=:::: taM1 ::: I I540 pm :::::::..No, : Dldy.Dell. : :::::::::::: 4fe 17D: .}
warm enough to plow, the out of door should get now Is the dollar we must have .
bo
passes the winter as a dark brown tulnped so tbe plant N :ll I No.l8 NOon No. 18 ""' .# t Vo.21
I Tomorrow look out for Itself. MAYPORT lia.k
work begins. After the ,ground I* stand may I
will at an average distance oft .1I
1a helpless creature, entirely unlike either thoroughly plowed tbe fertilizer must Tbe tarmer'haa It In his power to / j- ally Dally BRANCH bally rt Dally hnr

i' the 'worm' from which It came or the be'sown, and with a rake and harrow put a check to this waste. How? Dy .a (00 pm | 2 00 pmS 45am .JlIChon"ll..Ar 700am \ J IS7opmB: J
f moth Into which It transforms. This tbe surface must' be made to look as cutting only aunt trees as are dead or 40 Jim 140 pm 1024am !Lr..rat>loB ach..Lv a cam I 1\i'Jf: U40 aim :IO)'
otsamLv.AtlantleBeaoh.Lv 616 ;
R dark brown pupa, inclosed in a thin (65 pm 2 46 pra! am { ileaam n
nmnoth' n* velvet Tbe young plants beginning to die. The hest farmers do .. 'IO"m.lOO"m 1045am |Ar.., Ma' ( rt..Lr COOara MtAiNo. ,,, &00...
< of silk 'wlth hair
Intermixed Is
1 cocoon ,
are then token from the greenhouse, not this themselves, and If they rent their 3 ps 1 Ball! No.4 Na. 9 'Na ID
t 1t i stored away In some crack or crevice, lands they Insist that their tenants liallrI. / Dalyy Oranta City Branch ? Dally Daily Sinlors Brine ixlq
under rubbish or even In tbe ground It. t the Bun ex. sun. ex, See. ex, IUD, "".800. ago, .
shall do same. And then they may
4 self. In April or May the nearly or i 24apro 800am1080am L .Nav Smyrna Ar. IK pra (00 pm 500 am t.TltuvvllteAnap.
set out trees
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more
'' white 825 pm Lv. Lake UalauLr.LT. 1211 pm1210pm 411 pm eoo am At. Banford lv pass
moth from the
quite emerges coT If compelled'lo cut live 884 10 MamllOOam Orange LT.Af. 410
they are City pra
any pm ]
coon, flies Into the trees and In some 840 pm Oranga City Jo :Il16 pm 400 mCnaneettone =::: : ==::=: ::=-
, trees for
building purposes, they may
' 4p cases deposit as many as COO( eggs. 'r'' ?7Ffr also set out other smallec trees to take mad.. at K."t4 ge.I/nek fnr K.. ,,...and Havana.d .

: V These eggs are set close' together on r their place. They may alsofight, Ore, --lba TIM TABLKS i showh.times atwhieb trains ms be e.p.et.dis
one leaf, forming a single tier and covering vi.. and from the several station.{ but S Cale arrival or departure Ithatlirlfflnc .
the worst enemy we have In our for stat.d 1 '?aaarsnte.d, sir d. the Company held Itself responsible tor..,"&
; an Irregular patcb on tbe aura JT
face. Tbe larvae, hatching, construct Jt laws Apd they may educate their for Copy of the Lanai Tlma Card or Other InformatlmHJfiia
t ; Y a tiny web under which they teed. 'As x 'J'1113 TI4O3 O they Increase In size more and more them boys to growing Jove the woods and try to keep J.D. RAHNER, Assistant General. Pas. Art. ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORID V'II,

foliage Is Included In their web until -
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td v they may entuiil three feet In diameter. -
4 :When the caterpillars become fully Savoy Cabbage Jl'lgurelllho"D above fortbe, Mnyport Branch and Orange Hty Blanch tm

grown theyl crawLdown tbe trees and Sfvoy leaved cabbages are largely are not correct l'IIaBcnJler.III".ld schedule lafoimatlon for these till t

seek out biding places, aa already rw used In Europe. They are marked bya from an F.,E 0. n') Agent

described, In which to transform and __ .
-T" -- peculiar fine crumbling of all the -- -- -- -- -
a lie during their helpless stage. From TBalNINO vas PLANTS. leaves, particularly those of the head.

1 the cocoons thus formed, In late July about ono foot apart In the row. Save They are generally} of better table

;,, or early August, the second brood of only the largest and best canes. Tbe quality than common cabbage, more

moths emerges and deposits Its eggs on width of the rows may be two feet, I tender, finer In texture and of more Atlantic Coast Line R. I
99 the leaves for the second brood of delicate flavor. better
with a space! of four feet between The'plants are
; "worms? This brood on reaching maturity -
them Keep the ground clean with able to resist cold but do not give so e I
' form tbe In which It
cocoons cultivator and hoe and the soil stirred large a yield of heads and tbe heads ,
w f passes the winter. about tbe plants. are less solid and cannot be bandied

Ordinarily certain two and four Keep In mind, the 'tree form when so well as tbe more common sorts.
l 4 winged flies parasitize a sufficient per PLANTS BOABDED HP. pruning. Pinch off the top when the Goes Every"vhcrcNorth

I e cent c* the caterpillars to prevent them too many at a time and set out- After cane la about tour feet high. Tbe laterals Pruning the Curvant.'
fromlIrtou.11\ threatening the life of the setting out the raking begins and .
will then
: grow, and you will havea In general a currant'busu should be
s any well grown tree, but ,tbla parasitism then the fight against! weeds. If therele bush something
like a tree pruned to competed of from five to eight stalks
1* rarely sufficient to prevent the any place where weeds grow faster form. The laterals about -
vase should be cutback topped eighteen to twenty South East and West
formation of some webs. than In n, celery patch I have never e
i to one or two feet In length, and Inches In height If tbe plants are vigorous i
Ties property owner who values tbetw"uty seen It. Of course It Is because there the new growth will then make a bu.bof shoots stopped at this height will ,
I of his shade trees cannot afford Is always so much more moisture In a
/ I sufficient size to make a large crop. produce several lateral branches, thus
to depend on natural enemies, but must celery patcb than on land where other
Tender varieties that
must be laid Forming a compact broad headed bush <:CONSULT TILE "PURPLE FOLDEtt"For
resort to artificial measures. If tbe I vegetables are grown If the weeds down In winter should not be so with a maximum expanse of bearing '
t nests are within reach the simplest ever get a start In a celery patch the pruned. Blackcap raspberries and' 'ood.-L C. Corbett 1 1tr

method Is to wipe them out of the i only thing to do Is to pull them up by blackberries require, more room between ; -- detailed Infoimatloo. rates, schedule*,'reservations\ see your nearest

4 1 tree and crush their contents It I band and haul to a pile and, bum. If the plants In the row than red et cull on or write to* .
they are. beyond reach they must be ., weeds don't grow on the ground, It la raspberries. ; agent- ,

destroyed In any one of three ways no use to plant celery Cultivate If possible, until July, then WOMAN'SBACKACHE I
,t ; they may be burned out by mean of : Along about the first of June I begin place a heavy mulch of strawy manure FRANK C. BOTLSTON, a or A. W. FRI1'OT.Tra ,

tj a long handled torch; they ma/ be cutaway to board the tallest of tny celery between the rows to. retain the moisture ellng Passenger Agent. Division Passenger Agei:

t with pruning shear and their Boarding celery now takes the placeof and furnish plant food. Bet posts ,

contents crushed or burned; their occupant banking earth around It In June four or five feet high. Nail two piecesof ATLANTIC COAST LINE, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA

t may be poisoned by thoroughly 'lit Is Impossible to bank celery with'' board about two feet long and four

/ spraying the, foliage Immediately anything satisfactory results. Even inches wide horizontally on tbe posts, --_ -- -

r about the nest with arsenate of lead at the boards will sometimes rot It before i one at the top and one about three

tbe rate of three pounds to fifty gal- tbe blanching >ls begun. For feet from the ground. Nail" smooth

; Ions(of water. Paris green mixed with this purpose I use ten Inch boards ten fence wire to the ends of these board !

't J twice Us weight of unslaked lime and feet long. These are carried Into the or arms to support the canes.

used at thf rate of sir ounces to fifty 'patch and laid between therows.. I The plan described for raspberriesand i I Remarlable Story

gallons of water may be substituted Once the boards are In position only a I blackberries may be best adaptedto .

i for the arsenqla of lead but does not few minutes are required to finish the general culture but there 1* anotherby ,

;1 stick..to the foliage so well.. I process, and as 'a rule. I do that part which the finest dessert fruit may ; The story of Mrs. :Matilda Warwick, of "Kokomo, InrF

;- ; :'of the work myself. The boards are be grown. Set the plants aJ>out seven of

,t -, 'A WOMAN'S CELERY FARM. I kept together by a wire hook caught feet apart each way allow only three, Ind., as told below, proves the curative properties w

r I I across the two boards on opposite or four canes to grow In ,a hill set I that well-known feniale reniedy Wino of Cardul u.
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t A Crop That Ylalda Good Returns sides of the rows of celery at each end I three posts around these In the form
of the boards This Is done over the !Irs. Warwick
N.aretty.. of a triangle and nail some wire around says:
' entire patch until nothing of the celery them for a support Make the soil rich
Miss Helen L. Bailey writes enter'talntngly
Is visible but tbe green tops showing and cultivate both ways with a culti-
o'f her experience In raising above the boards. Four or flve days vator. In May of each year keep back

i celery for the early New York market after boarding the celery Is ready to all of the new canes except three or

My home 1* twenty miles up the ship. four of the strongest, for next year's I
4) state and convenient to the railroad. I Though the shipping lime mean extra fruiting. Give clean cultivation until The back is the mainspring of TAKECARDUIIt

:All told have less than three acres of hard work, 1 always enjoy It, not July then mulch between the rows. woman's organism. It quickly calls ....
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| because It comes at a time of attention to trouble by aching. It ..
land and wben'l started In to earn my only If you wish to set a new patch of tbels.T.
the year when I enjoy belhg out of tells, with other symptoms, such as
living there ,was a mortgage on the ---- ------ -- .
[| doors but Because It brings! money re ,.: : ... nervousness, headache, pains in the
and les than $100)( In my pocket .
celery turns. You get the fruits of your five t.4 M------------ loins, weights in the lower part of
has paid tbe mortgage on my I months' labor and If you have kept 1 e the body, that a woman's feminine Will Help You

p home, !Kis put money In the bank for I I up with I the market you can cal : organism needs immediate attention. Y

' : me and baa enabled. me to educate a latth a fraction I of a cent what : p In such cases the one sure remed)
shoulders.
1' nephew and niece.' My average crop each shipment will\ bring you. Tbe ;e r I I which jpeedily! removes the cause, "I/suffered from pains in my head,

of celery I II CO.OOO heads, and the aver I wire hooks are jerked off the boards 1 ;'s and rest ores the feminine organismto I limbs, side stomach l low down, dizziness, chills, nervousness ...

age price Is 40 cent a dozen. For and the-tall bleached stalks of celery : a healthy, normal condition is fainting spells and other female troublesI -

pulled up bunch by bunch. A few : ffil LYDIAE.PINKHAM'5VEGETABLE almost, dead. Three doctors did not help noe.
roots was
I strokes of a sharp knife, and tbe ,
with the few unsightly outer stalks, : COMPOUND At last, I took Cardui, and with the first bottled'tained ;

drop otC and the transformed plant 1* '' Mrs. Will Young, of.6 Columbia relief. Now I am cured. But ,
loaded into the baskets to be takento 1 Ave Rockland Me.
I says : "
1 I1 dead.
would. been
the washing and packing shed. "I was troubled for long t!jie with have Try .Cardui.

I This final process should be done In dreadful backaches and a pats in toy

) I flgl fresh cold water and the celery should I 7 0.;.;:;. ;...;;.-.........._-..;.---v; aide I doctored, and was until miserable I was discouraged in every way and AT ALL DRUG STORES ..
be washed and picked over,until each CONVJCNIEMT CBATES.
thought I would never get welL I read
bunch looks as white and glossy as berries select a deepy clay loam, but what Lydia E. Plnkham's Vegetable I -

Ivory. It i I. then put a dozen bunch"at make It only moderately rich with stable Compound had done for others and C

a timeInto a wooden form and tied manure for raspberries a* the decided to try'lt J after takingthree

with tape the color preferred by the cane are less hardy In very rich soil.' bottles I can truly"say that I never felt SUBSCRIBE FOq. THE rs
1 grower Into a square compact bundle. so well in my life. ;
The marketing\ of small fruit, maybe oane.pnriq
All .excess top Is trimmed away and greatly facilitated by having a number Mrs.Augustus Lyon,of East EarL FLORIDA 11MIS. UNION atnityLnf.n ,

1 11 ill the bundles are then prcked while of basket crates. A plan for such ra., writes to Airs llnkham: The QreMt Sttto Piper la a set.ea c '"
l dripping wet with fresh cold water I MI had very severe backaches, andpressinrelown
1 1d 1i container la shown herewith. Its dimensions DatLY SONDAV aoe MONTH
Into paper lined crate I i three pains. I could not sleep, Tbra ..h'ft.M bis Movtbi.WOO tooiL
are so arranged that fi
and had no appetite.' Lydia E. Pink- Tw.", Month* HOB they
I have sold celery a* low a* 20
of tbe ;
t ; 'v cents a dozen and as high as '$1. The crate can be made to occupy ham's Vegetable Compound cured meand lilt Son Weekly Unlaland iral6m
: |i tbe space of two when It Is desired to made me feel like a new woman."i wentt '

/i first price hardly pays, while the lattergives i store them. Tbe dotted lines Indicate 1 FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN.' The Farmer ,and fruit Grower yorteenU lfseerd.KO J 1 1e.
enormous profits from the tarmer'l '
'
: how the two crates may be arrangedopening the < temtWtrtlF.d* 1 ,
standpoint In the New" York mar I to For thirty years Lydia E. link owd la Agrteul onto d Ctuu.rrulli, U>* \ eoeKkr i
i opening so as to contain the ham's Vegetable Compound, made' Sloe*,BIO.. Tb. two pcpen tot SI 00 par,..,
count 40
ket a grower can on getting
third. The dimensions the crate Mill .
of
f ta7eursobwrlptlos.FlorldllTlmeU:10laeksollllie
I from roots and herbs hoes
has been the /
cents a dozen for good celery and 00
are shown on tbe top crate the same standard remedy for female ills Fl k Yth'
:. loll
cent a dozen for all extra That I
being sixteen and
one-eighth Incheslong and has positively cured
thousands ol M.Ftuf6t4EAST
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and has advantage
gives a good living profit I
thirteen and
II one-eighth Inches women who have been troubled with
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of
being
aure.Att'r
I wide and twelve and one-eighth Inches displacements,inflammation ulceration -- .
'I paying all bills for labor fertilizer high, with two end cleats which makes tihroidr -
tumors !
rent on land (which of tune |I irregularitieS: OFF
PLANTS IN IIOXE8. the capacity equal to a bushel By periodid pains, backache, that bear- COAST ADVOCATE PRINTING \,
Is
I goes Into my own pocket and only |i turning the paper to tbe right a better Ing-down feeling flatulency
,
't extra large& head I receive CO cent a amatter of form), the wear and 'tear tlew of the crate maybe bad. tiofdil2IDeasor ,indiges- \. PBlKTI*ff<

a dozen Tbyre lsu''l a uioQth Jah.. flD. the ,Kreenhfiuse,, .rd.n 14461 ...ii d nervous prostration DOES ALL KINDS OF" SOCIAL AND COMUERCAL



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In a performance of "Tbo Lady of soon as a pioneer boy vas big) ,
tbe Lake" the actor who took tbe partof enough to level a rifle he was given

t'piiiiiiiui'st. TITUSVILLE Roderick Dbu was knowu to to In powder and ball to shoot squirrels. I Old English Style House.
FLORIDA
[O pecuniary xHQlcultles. When Roderick After a little practice bejvus require :
,, w gave tbe line, "I aID Itorkk i hu," to bring !In as many squirrels as be f

FlUjaruea rcfipondod, "Yea, and your had received charge under penalty ofa
Now open. Everything brand new. Elaborately furnished. Spacious rent's due too" On the production of severe Imture or even of having his Field Stone and Shingle Residence, Two Stories and

oorrldors. Every room an outsld one Ventilation, plumbing and light t& piece called "The Spy"::: the early jacket "taniml." At the ap of twelve "

perfect. 230 feet enclosed pUzeas.1CUISINK acts showed that It was going to prove the boy became a fort soldier, with Finished Attic-Cost 94,000.
log a failure. So whcu at a certain point loophole assigned him from which to
Copyright. 1908. by P. T. MaeUfan. 805 Bro.d Str..t. Newark. N. J.
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THE BEST: a character bad to rush ou and shout, fight when tbe settlers rallied against .
Tlve hundred puuuds for the spy!" an Indian foray Growing older he .

One acre of ornamental ground: surrounded by primeval palms Its tbe autbor-actor, who was couccaloJ) became a hunter of deer, elk, buffalo

aorroundlngs most conducive to solace, rest and recreation. behind a rock anise HU.\. cried "It's and bear skilled III (railing and In
yours-copyright/ manuscript au>! utilizing cover capable of enduring
Accommodates 40. Tbe Palmhiirat porter meet all trains. Rates parur: Tbat was tbe end of the per long marches through trackless mountain .

reasooab'e formance. forests At night be was content
When eating takes place ou the to curl up In a single blanket beside a
j. JOHNSTON, Proprietor PHILIP TOWNSEND, Manager.ACKSONVILLi stage tbe temptations to play tricks small fire and sleep' under tln roof of

with the food are naturally went. In hem'en. If It rained lu a few minute f :
-- "Henry V." the I leek bleb that luluil-- be built him a lodge of bark or bough

/ :. table braggart; 1'lntol baa to' rat I N, with no Implement but his one poum

usually made front au apple. But on tomahawk Inressant war with the

cue .occasion at SadU-r'n. Wells the ItMllftii taught hint to l>e his. own geni -
IH New Travelers Hotel JACKSONVILLE, LA.. Fluellen of the e\culug gave him a I, to be ever on the alert, to keep|
real onion and be bad uo choice but ,;.< head l and shoot straight/ under fire. L
-On tbe American ana 1 European PlaD- ] It the
to struggle through though fitted Against AU enemy who gaDO
Coder new ma... '!mont. Newlv furnhihed and renovated. A pleasant tears coursed down his fat clun-ks. quarter but tortured the living andsculped
home. Rare: American Man U.UO/ and
family : S2.b0; European, Wets
Coruhlll MaKOZlue.Saved .
and up. All cars forto Uulcn Station atop at the door. the dead be became himself n F ,
stanch fighter" who ne\er surrendered
I
II. W. HANCOCK, Proprietor.
Hit Goldfish The tldernexs brent men. of Iran
|.lie beautifully located Riverside l Hotel at Oreen Cove Springs, U under tile When a Bavarian peaHant treats himself ( 1

same management. to a new hat be does not throw The Churchyard Ysw's Secret !

the old hat. away. lIe just puts the "Why are yew trees found, In cemoterles > i II-:
new hat on top of the old one. The only" said a forester Vhy. t .1
JACKSONVILLE
he Everett Hotel other day an amusing !scene was wit all over the world-saving. bore, where ,

FLORIDA. ncsuc-tl at the Munich raiiway- atatlon. they don't 'xillt-dn you find, III cemeteries .. *. I .
A I'oiiRiint who had\ Itought a new hut great yews of Immcinoilnl age? :';;' j; I
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and a howl coutnlulug several goldfish Antiquaries have' tried to attach some! 111II.1 '- ---- .. .

Florida's Largest European HotelPrivate found himself hustled by the crowd dnildlc significance to the matter Yews M1'''''' -.-/- -
surging/ at tbe entrance to one of the grow In churchyards and nowhere else) :
platforms lu the crush the bowl was hence they 'were sacred to tbe dead lithe .

Bathi. Sample }too mil. Long Distance Phones In Every Koom. broken and, the fob fell out. For a time of tho Druids, and It was as l'lmSl'F.CTI'I'mw.: .

-The But of Service- inoiuvut the |'iua iuut knew not what to erroneous to plant them In your garden I, ,
do. Suddenly bo made up( hilt mind. as to plant tombstones there", I 1PasACN
OEO. Ir. MASON, Manager. lIe snaUhed: his two hats from hits hare exploded that superstition 'On a J

bead, and, picking up( tbe lively fish walking tour of England one summer !t
DAY'I'ON.m AC 11.m : be put them Inside Use old bat which asked every farmer I met why he hm r

ho then filled with water nt Ibo nearest no yews on bin place. Tu answer .. '
water ti\t Carrying the Improvised' was always tbe same: 1)0 you think 1 I

Seaside Inn DAYTONA BKACII, FLORIDA. aquarium the Ingenious> peasant en wont to lone my cuttlnY' or 'Ilnd one, DID Reon BID ROOM I
tered hilt train smilingly but very care but cut it down. 'Ihe lieiKtles not at It. DIN/er.w.oM I i
,)'.-Munich Coy London. Globe. and jew leaves Is poison to time beast rt.sxlro
Good Flahlojf'antf Surf lUthtng. Halee.2: M per day and up. Special I I '
les. Yes that Is time secret of the 147'x.99;
rates by the week. Also furultbed cottage for rent for housekeeping I/la a goo 130 Iqo
Facing a Waterspout. churchyard yew It prows only III 1
IIOK1UE F. STEWART, Owner.snAHiMii What It nienns to eucoliuter a waterspout i cemeteries because the miners havedefltrojed BCD ROew I
In the south eyes Is described by : everywhere else Its leaves O
,
-- -- Beatrice Grlmshaw: "First of all. n being Injuiloiu to live stock."-:New .LlvrrdGRooM teoatto i NAIL ssvli I

; .. black trunk:, like au cli-pbaut's, beganto Orleans 1'IlJt'I.It'UI'rn. HALF
-- feel blindly about In midair bang- ahOa200 I BEDROOM jl.i .BCO ROOM 1 1I

lug from a cloud. It came nearer and Washington and a Dog. I w,, 6
1
nearer with uncanny speed drawingup While the British. occupied\ Plilladel 6a t .0 ||| IRtt( IYO< I ISetemp
he Breakers.bKA HREE/EJ FLOIU DA.Bytbe to Itself us It came a colossal cone; winter tbe Ameilcuu tutee lay In ,,
of turbulent sou until! tho two joined quarters at Valley forge, one
Sea. PIAZZA LAN Lb"d0
OOH
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together lu au enormous black pillar day \Vu.KhliiKtoii und his staff were ,
some quarter of a tulle broad l ,at the dining a One bunting dog which was
base and probably a good thousandfeet evidently lost came to seek somethingto 4
Rates $10Q.per day and up. Special by Week or Season.I. high uniting us It did, tile clouds ent. On Its collar was the tin me,

I and the sea below. Across the darkening ,'Oeneral Howe." Wusbltigtou ordered MUST FLOOR PLAN. SECOND= I'LOOR PLAN.
.
if. MAlHiKTTE, Manager.. Bl'a. against the threatening, copper that the dog should be fed and 1 then be I
crimson sunset came thin gigantic horror sent it to Philadelphia under a flag of
waltzing over troughs/ of torn up truce with a letter rending/ : "Genera Title design represents a IIOUHO In thb old English style to be built for

water In a veritable douce of death Washington's compliments to UeneroHowe. bout 4000. Tbo first story U of "1'1t1lt"ue., the second of shingles The t

lUI:L OUHNE. like something blind but mad, and He does himself the pleasure roof J In shingled to contract with the second, story. The first floor Is trimmed

cruel trying to find and shatter our to return to him a dog which accidentallyfell'Into In bard wood, the second |I" Qprexs. ,There are three finished rooms la the i iatde. 1

IE MELBOURNE, FLORIDA. fragile little ship. his hands and. by the The cellar contain laundry, heater room and provision room. !
BROWN HOUSE Brevard Bounty.CEVTKALLY Inscription (HI tbe collar"ap|"'iirs lo belong P. T. MACLAGAV.r .
A Gladstone Bull. to-Oeni-ial Howe. The Ilrltlsh

LOCATED, with fine view of Indian River and Ocean. Mr, Gladstone dearly loved a joke commander lu reply sent a cordial letter ,

American Plan. Rates $2 00 per day. Special rates by the week. even at bill own expense, sod bo possessed cunvejliifr his: warm thanks for this. I
act of courtesy! of his
considerable mimetic enemy
MRS. OEO. M. BROWN, Proprietor. powers.He
was once ivillty of nn amusingbull
-- --- ----- --- A Poetical ,
lu a debate on the question of dis Judgt's Rcqutst. Tilw'tTraM of Southern P>m.F mlur rrole.lw.! Tn.laN>iM'"
In "Memoirs of Pnmous Trials," by tMrMeerolul rmiiii d Mr,our thnuoiili kroM i
NKW YOHIC.iotel establishment. Dilating on the bold HmhrmnUM
ISA.alpulrm"m.al Uw a Mr lvt ere t.1U.UI.Hoi to bwl< rdud lard
t held on the affections of the people by Rev. lV. IliiriiHby Is ,un amusing *"'*' Trees for Many Purposes !
tbe Church / tilt, be laId: story iibpnt the late Lord Itowen. "11 rxn.sr d.nr kdlni q.rl.llko.rondrN llr rror .o.M 1y 1(14( Ill.l.t mry Mr. w. 1
(n..r Imnrrry nen"M I I'w d lrn, cur,.inn ell.wo1.VrIM Mlm enell.ea sou mid Nr.o qda,.
"When an Engllebmafy wants to get brllllR lit. Intellectual and clever\ Jtidgo. dM MfM Y n/H-IY.Yl.nty MnM,Hh. Ills lonlnblp noted a !lift! to the lord Cl.KN sAIN'r MAMV NUHSKHIKS COMPANY, Boi 44.Gl.. I.I.I M.rr Horid.
married to( whom, does be go? To the
Marlborough
parish priest. When Uo wants bh clmncellor'tt. breakfast In 1F83 and addr"t'd -

child baptized to whom does lie go? the following request to hU

Broadway, 3Utli and 37th Streets N' w York. To the pnrlsh priest. When bo wants old friend. Mr Justice Mathew:
to set burled, to whom does bo go?" My Dear J C.-Will you b. free to car.fy J. PTA: vI1T 9.AflRoT4L
Completely Renoyated and transformed In every depaa'tmett. Most cen The house answered with a roar of ", ma. beside of If ttie. In your bug*** toaelbornc's "

tally located hotel on Broaday. ELECTRIC LIGHTS and TELEPHONE laughter, In which Mr. Ghaslstollo.him- w., on I November tan breakfast next D.he V.Intends, eighteen for Successor to MASON ,M. CLARK CO.ii .! ,

In every room in the house. self joined adding "Aa I was contrasting hundred and eighty-three A. D.. for Lady "\V
the English church with tbe n.. from Cornwall O, will absent b. and IIOI..I HA ; COMMISSION MMROJIANT.
EUROPEAN PLAN. 400 Rooms. 200 bath rooms. Rates: $1.60 andftip / says that alto would rather aee her lint- '
ward without batb. $2 and- upward with bath. Parlor, bedroom and batb f3and Irish a bull Is perhaps excusable. her band bo l) dash D than lend to London APPLES, PEAtty I Cable Address
bugge for such a melitnohaly acresa.
upward! Parlor, two bedrooms and bath $5 and upward.. His Punishment Bulborn*'* toast and Molborn, teal PBAUtlM- POTATOES, 'ItOLLFJtuI'l'NEWYORK"FLORIDA
OKANHE8.JKAPKKRUIT : .
SWEEXEY-TIERNEY IIOTBlj COMPANY, It was beginning to rain and' a man -
who was on the point of starting for \ ( _I I /
TIERNEY
E. M. Manager.
267-/00:
church discovered that there wunu't an PI Ni:APPLES Washington St.

-- umbrella tbe fcouse fit for use Making Good AND
"You cau borrow one from tbe T-s There Is no WHY of making. hmtlnti BOUTIlKftN VEQETABLKS NEW YORK
next door" suggested his better half. frl...ii Plerrfl's iniMllclniiH' well *emillfv| title. .. .
'
uever to church. --- -- - -
"They ,Ro and. tholr friend after. morn Uiun two I
> he answered with firm decades, of ,
:\0. Laura, popularity are nuniUnd by
the. hundrmlM: of thou"l\.nd.. Ibey hut vi,
ness. "It Is wrong to borrow umbrellas P. Huhlman & Co.
made ir fI.4j ou Sunday I shall punish myself drunkards,

for my carelessness by not going to A (t'KxI. honest, square-deal tnwllelni! of 201 Washington/ I NEW YORK
church this morning. known eornKMiltlon| U (JI'. Pierce'* Golden sjL 1
g3 Mm Street ( N. Y.OraiigesPIeapp1es.
Mdlul l bM.ovcry.) It still enjoys an Imnwnitfl ray
yMan Carpet eat1y wblla I 1 most of the rIreparaLions s
that have coma Into prominence: In
Clara-I'll give you a conundrum. the earlier porM of lu popularity havo

Wry !Is a man like a carpet? Tom-I "gone beard of by, the'I hern busrd"and riiunt ho are some never reason more for

give It up. Clara-Well, he's no sooner thin long-Urns popularity and that l lit to
down than people walk all over him. be found In Its superior merits. When
f Toin-Oh,' pshaw! Man la totally unlike cuire given a fair trial for weak stomach and Florida Fruits Our' Specialty.
f or fur J liver ....1.hl'KN1 affections." Its supe
A carpet, for the more dust he has riorruratlvequalltleaareanon' manlfih.tj
tbe less likely be Is to get the shake. Lotion It ha survlvi'd'' and\ grown In ''opWar Wit represent several of the Urgent shippers' In lour State, and wish to reprcs.s
Illustrated lilts.A favor. M hilt scores of Imu rltorloua 1 \
articles have "ii Jj : for a brief period and! then been a* soon
Vary Md Dog. forgotten. ,. .. .
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.\ little girl 'came running to tell For s torpid liver with Its. attendant r

EAT y'dn about a mad dog she bad seen "We indigestion haps dlzzlriMis, dyers? foul:-psla brtalh, headache, nasty ,coated per C7rrnporr'U.: and Orcvaaaro Trees.

Af, 1/.. aw a mid dog!" she gasped but tbe tousle, with WttiT lost of appetite,
rta
X r words seemed too tame to do justice to with distress eating, iiervoimnen r7\V, have over iMIXX/) > of time BEST: QUALITY that can be produced with
tbe situation. "O l. he was_mad InJId I" and Plerce's debility UoMnn! nothlnir Medical: Is x> gad: as Ur. klllmLJabor., and our aperlonce of over 80 years. .
she added frowning and pumping her an hon....t, NquariMleat wwllelne lMwoverv with> It's all We beet prlnrlpslly on HOUK OHANOK; hrOCK, but can supply irspefralt
flts. rile wad fin-low!"-Ilotper's !iu IngrniiHiiU: printed on Ie and some Orallll'". on other utinkn. < .
''W'kl- no secret, no hocuvpocii ;humbug; I-'OICTIIK lir.NIJf OK OUIt CUHTOMHHH ALON'il TlinNOtAN
therefore don't except n substitute thaithe ItlVniC. *" have .tsblUhrd a BRANCH NUKMKKY NEAR FOItTleroe \ i
Thiaki p'Put.I I wlmrv we hate ;13.101 choice Omj.ofnilt sod Orsngo trees, budded l on Sour
.... ft profit. /Hje t on have
your right to
-.-'"- '" The Old One-In udoptlug a, theatrical what you' rail for. Itock-one: and two year buds In floe cltnd Ir Iou fur pUntlng.
career you are entering a touch lion t buy Dr.f I rco'. Favorite Prtscrip- ICE I E1\1 IIEft-that In buying trees hero You TAKB NO BINK or BBI.IOIXOWHITM '
tlon "expecting Ui prove a "eure-all.* It FLY INTO YOUH OIMJV*.
and Jealous profession. Keep) guard ,Is ditty advliMvl fur woman's .,.('ffi,& all. Mend for new descriptive catalogue, with t'rioey and Information.
over your tongue. The New One-Ob, menu. It makes. weak women strong and "
I've found out that I'll have ample opportunity sick women well. Lees advertised than Oi'llIIiiur'M l>oiiiomi. IViiiM.;i'JoH.

THE ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING OFFICE to think before I .peaklPnck. sums luautrllng preparation curative sold virtue for like mil tiurpown maintain, Wholesale and Retail, tin Office/, MIAMI I FLA. eof

___ __ __ eksd lu portion In the front ranks, where It _. .. .
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over twj --
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decades ago A* an 'Inylgoratlns -- -- -- --
i Were N.flOtd by Their, Wivss. ; tonic and strerinitienlna: nerv

Does all Kinds and Description of flit! Van Wliiklo. Socrates PHrucblo. IIM who It want I is unmuslmi.*biioM.> for It won there't satisfy I* not a those drop AuKind.. o. I
Agamemnon, Joseph' Gargery Solo( of ulcohol In it.
:
0 mon. Mr. Caudle. Mr. II. I'eck and Dr. Plcrce's Plcamnt P.ll ti. th" ortg4nod -_.......oM. .h.'N"..,GREDT;
beadle Iftmble.: Any addition sent Into Little Liver J'llls, although the first It'OOKS, 11Ioo.".... ... 4.
pill of their kind In /i
the market .
Itllll..lft. Mar! In
rob this list will Ui regarded lo tb. I nd w ben once tried are ever afterward ....,. W. nvwiiM your r.

::Eric.: tirlg': strictest eunfldeucetp<- b lei If 0 Tribune. In threw favor.adose.Easy Much fn take imitated a* candy but.-r.n.metier to t1 Lrpr. .d.rlr! a: .Are Wnw V IM: =. : ':; :l : k

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yjW**.***...*****....*4MMM ********.******.*********** GOLD STANDARD ADOPTEDEditor .e Mr. Bryan's was In the manner of obtaining -

WRITE FOR CATALA0TOUE GIFT-GIYING GOODS. \ It, Mr. Bryan believing that this NTWri

.. I East Coatt "d"O/a country was great enough to establish It S

t'a' \.. i A good deal ha been said. by way of of their own accord, and our Republican
tine
Diamonds, Jewelry [ friends bell..lolthat/: It took tbe consent
suggestion and pretended in
argument
.. Watcbell, 'tit,,I. Clocks, + of other nations.
.
I/O tbe Republican press and some thoughtless GOOD
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Rings 1'10'. v Cut Glass, LANCELOT !
lit Broocnelt, speakers have even g one so far ts to
SilverTeaSete JSIlverFlatware
lit Nobs, Chalon, 01 say that that if Mr. Bryan was elected .
Lockets, .. ., -t! :* DEATH OF MRS .
1 2 be would put this country on a silver I

Charms, Toilet Hand.Painted Articles basis. It la certainly overlooked by We have Just received a large shipment of the

G'y BucklerhBracelets I those who put forth this sort of argument Mrs Chas. Fulton, died at St. Luke Famous Royal Scarlet and Robin Hood Brand

and 1847 Rogers' .- that such a suggestion Is wholly Emergency hospital, Jacksonville, on
i all klndll of kn1 Plated ware. of can good The finest food Product in the
: groundless, unless they are of the opinion Thursday night of last week, where she '

|: that the secretary of the treasurywill had been confined for about ten days,, World. .

/ ( 5 : ) violate tbe plain letter of the statute. suffering from a complication of diseases .

;, r These pretended arguments are the which had made her a great sufferer for COME IN AND LOOK OVER. THESE GOuDs

*JKWELEKS SILVKK8MISTHH. :: reminiscences of tbe campaign of 1800! many yeara.

;: 41 West Bay St. JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 1c and 1898. Some of our Republican The remains were brought to Titus We are agents for Ballards Obllsk Flour, Chase

' Satisfactory Guaranteed We Prepay all Jl'orwardlnlCharge./: *. : friends do not desire to meet the IssuesIn Vllle and entered ia Jhe LaGrange ceme _

i ********************** -A******************** this campaign, but Insist on going tery, along' side of her husband wbo bad 4; Sanborn's and Barrington Hall steel cut

-- back and arguing; tbe Issue In the campaign proceeded her a little over a year and .a Coffee, also the celebrated :Mspes Fertilizer.

i past and gone, tie purpose of half ago.,. The funeral services were

Robbins & Graham Go. A ScottUli Too gentleman Much Collection paying a visit this I I. to avoid any effort to come out conducted at tbe grave by Rev. Father

I boldly and take a stand on the present O'Boyle,who was priest of tbe Tltusvllle
to London
was taken by his nephew to
i (Incorporated a service la 8t Paul's cathedral. lie (,sues; and a. ,they 'were so highly successful Catholic church for many year, and E. L. BRADY & BRC

PAID UP'CAPI PL us.ooo.oo had no acquaintance whatever with In 1800 and 1808 In scaring tbe counted Mr*. Fulton. among his faithful

the liturgy of the Church of England.lie people with the silver business they Insist members.

i'' 9a' This company owns picked up a prayer book and became on referring to their same old argument Mrs. Fulton was comforted during

i L -A. 3ST 3D S, very much interested, but as be In tbe hope that the people can be her last moment by her three children TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA

,r turned over the leaves bis face became frightened/ again. Mr*. Walter P. Giles, of Tltuavllle, Miss
I
the Indian Rivet On the St.
B Country;
clouded with look
a of Intense Flora Fulton and Mr. Charlie Fulton of
I For tbe last eight: years RepublToan ,
River at New River and anxiety. lie placed the book
w Luole ; on Bay carefull'i down looked prayer pell binders and tbe Republican press Jacksonville.

Biscayne Price. to suit the time cautloiml maintained should be maintained In
around picked up hi.* hat and crept they ..................................................
< Send for Land Llit. stealthily to the doer. ills nephew power because the Republican party hadestablished WEATHER REPORT.By X
H. O.'tJT.tir; ,QeoenU Manager Da. E. R. BLAKIWOOD,Registered; 1>ru rtl:
Offices at Tltncvlll and Miami Fla. followed him and aald: tbe /gold standard.

"Are you III, uncle What la the; I So. when the argument was produced Rev. Jan. II. White, observer for
matter?' that would this Weather Bureau U. S. Government.
Mr. Bryan put country i

East Coast t Meat Market The uncle replied, "No. But It I Is on a silver bast we took tbe pain to Investigate SUMMARY FOR AUGUST 1908. TITDSYILLE PHARMACY

, enough to make any man 111 to see the tbe law, and found that according -, Highest temperature on Cth, 00.0
I number of collections made In this. Lowelt" 10th . 700 ,
, G. K. DUREN Agent. to the Act of March 14, 1000,
f" 1 klrkr' Mean for the month .. ., ..... 77.3 (Successors to the Red Cross Pharmacy)
r 13Ms ::!3PI "ColI ''onlr' said the nephew, iu Sectjon 2639, United States revised statute Rainfall In Inches . .. ..,. 1:1: 64
I I surprise "It there ia'any at all. there 1001, being the conference Unsocial Prevailing direction of wind." .. !,. NE
TITUSVILLE FLORIDA
> _. certainly won't be more than one." bill of both branches of congress, It I I. Number of clear daya..t. . 14 -
M fair It. . .. 10 i
CIQc "Well," sold the uncle provided, "That the dollar containing
should
t ::. av: "they ', "cloudy" . .* . 6 --\ Complete Stock of-
no' mark BO many in the book. There' twenty-five and eight-tenths grains-,of
p.ast. ", days with rain . 20
naethlag but 'collect' and bits of gold, nine tenth fine as established by days with thunder. 13

.. prayer, then 'collect' and more prhj era, Section 8511 of the revised statutes of Rockledge, Brevard Co., Florida. :. PURE DRUGS AND DRUGGISTS SUNDRIES

and 'collect again And says I to my. I the United States, shall be the standard E
=ag sel', 'If I bide here until all these collections JC; Prescrlptions Filled with theUtmost
unit of value, and all forma of money Issued
are ta'en, I'll no' have a baw Letter to John Henry. .
or coined by the United States Care and Promptitude'
VJN bee in ma pocketr "-London Tit-Bits Titututlle, Fla.
:;:: shall be maintained of value
at a parity
of the
Dear Here's tbe
Sir : gist paint
+ !"2 = Hew Indians Tan Deerskin. with this standard, and It shall be tbe WE WANT YOUR TRADE. GIVE US A TRIAL ORDER.
question I ,
4 TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. The skill dressing of the Indians, duty of tbe secretary of the treasury to 1st. Every job painted Devoe takes

both buffalo and deer skins Is generally maintain such parity. less gallon than of any otber paint .NNNNNNNNNNN.NN.NNNNNNN....

I very beautiful and soft They now could our Republican friend Insist 2nd. The paint that takes least gallons ,
stretch the skin either on a frame or that tbe country could be put on the wears j
We can'tbelp
longest Always."
on the ground and after it has remained silver hauls by Mr. Bryan when the law It. ; Titusttille Lumber Co
there for three four
with
or days,
his the
would require secretary of treasury -
the brains spread over the fleshy aide, Yours truly,
they grain It with a sort of ads or to maintain the gold standard? 74 F. W. DEVOE A CO. TITUSVILLE FLA F. E. C. R. R.
It Is suggested; that since the treasury
chisel After the process of graining P. B. Jas PrItchard&Son sell our paint
though the akin I. apparently beautifully note were to be paid In coin that they

(finished, It passes through an could be paid In either silver or gold at THE PALMHURST EXPANDS Saw And Plaining Mills. ,- Dry Kil
other process-that of smoking. For the discretion of the treasurer, but the

this they bang the skin on a frameIn ante act require. that "These treasury MANUFACTURERS OF
Mr. J.'V. Johnson, proprietor of the
a smoke proof bouse or tent The notes, when presented to the treasurerof
fire is made at the bottom out 'of rot the United States for redemption, Palmhurst Hotel, Tltusvllle, has secured Florida 'Pine Rough and Dressed'ALL
ten wood which produces a strong and an option on the furnishings and lease
shall
be redeemed In gold coin of the
peculiar smell. The Ore must be smothered of tbe Sterling Hotel, and will take possession
standard fixed In tbe first section of this
to make the smoke. The grained on tbe 15th/ inst.
skins must be kept la the smoke for act," etc. And this same section fur- It is Mr. Johnson's Intention to. connect GRADES CEILING, SIDING, FLOORING and SHINGL!?
ther requires that the secretary of the
i three or four days, ahd after this the
tbe two buildings with a piazza or
AI skins will always' remain the same treasury, In order to maintain the gold

6 ru 51. j2 uQ1A even after being wet, which does not standard, shall keep a gold coin and bullion sun tel. parlor, and run them as one big ho SOLID CAR LOTS A SPECIALTY

belong to the dressed skins In civilized fund of one hundred and fifty million -
v countries:"Life Among the Indians." dollar In the United State treasury Here's. success te you. Mr. Johnson.

and In order to maintain this fundIt PROMPT ATTENTION TO LOCAL ORDER
You will not make a mistake by try The Partitions of Poland. CHURCH NOTICES.
A makes the duty of tbe United Statesreasurer "
the above brand of la
tag Whlskey-flt There have been three partitions of )
?L the grandest for the money. tf necessary, to Issue United "
1 Poland The first was In 1772, wben
Section 11of EPISCOPAL CUITKCII. D. II. SPELL. DR. J. C. SPELL Pbarnx
HANNE BROS., Prussia took the palatinates of Mai- States bonds payable In gold. Reglsred
.1 Jacksonville berg. rooierUi( \Vannla the same act provides that tbe secretary Dean Robottom will officiate In St.Gabriel's
Florida. an' a partiof
1 Complete Price List for the Asking Culm and a part of Great Poland. Austria of the treasury Is thereby author- church Tltusvllle ou Sunday Banner: Drug Store.TITUSVILLE .
took Red Russia, or Gallcla; a zed to receive at the treasury the pres- morning, October 11th at 11 o'clock and

part of Podolla, Sandomtr and Cracow, ent outstanding bonds of the government In St. Mark' church Cocoa on Sunday FLORIDA. I

West EniPhaiwcy and Russia took White Russia, with all and to Issue In exchange therefor evening at 7:30. Everybody are cord: Toilet Articles Etc

the part beyond the Dnieper. The second an equal amount of coupons or registered tally invited Perfumery, Stationery,

,, 'EAU OALLIE FLA.S. partition was in 1703, by which Kinds of the United States. payable.prln- r

+il c, Hodgson M. D., R. P., Great Prussia and acquired a portion the of Little remainder Poland of, Iple and Interest, In gold coin at tbe Married Man In TroubleA SODA WATERS and ICE CREAM. i

Proprietor. I and the Russian boundary was advanced present standard value married man who permits'an memo
Corner of Young and Houston Street to tbe center of Utbuanla and We would like for our Republican ber of the family to take anything ex- I

Volbynla. la the third and final partition friends to explain where they get the authority cold eept Foley's and long Honey trouble and Tar The, for genuineKoley's coughs, ..PURE FRESH DRUGS..

s, Complete Stock of Drug and Drngil.t'lSundrle. in 1703, Austria bad Cracow, for the statement that .If Mr Honey and Tar contain no Stock.
opolatea Malt-Orders promptly fljled. Will order have not In
*, Cigars, Stationery, Perfumery anything we
Toilet Article I with the country between the Pllica Bryan were elected president be could and Is In a yellow package. Titus-
,
Souvenir Card, and tbe Istula. Prussia had the cap redeem treasury note and government ville Pharmacy 1

+ Candle, Etc. ital, with the territory as far as the K>nd. In silver coin. It seems apparent,
Miemen, while the rest went to Russia. I INDIAN RIVER COMPANY
bowever, that they simply overlooked ,
Braying and lIauling.All .
-Neur York American.A i "
; Prescriptions Carefully Compounded. is enactment of tbe currency bill of -Dealers In-

Dramatic Author. March 14, 1000, In their extraordinary kind of draylng and hauling n
GROCERIES
Like most actor managers, Macready effort to use the free sliver scare again. promptly attended to, and Satisfaction i STAPLE AND FANCY .

Hodgson Bros. was pestered by would be dramatic authors The free silver question I* not an Issue guaranteed. At Competitive Prices. .f f

An ambitious young fellow 10 this campaign, and we do) not see how JOHN KITTLES Tltnsvllle.
N
EAU OALLIE, INDIAN RIVER, FLA. brought him a five act tragedy one any effort of our Republican rlenda to GASOLINE CYLINDER OIL, CUP GREASE, ETC.

'. morning to Drury Lane 1on.hu.rs't: (HAULOVER CANAL) r11t. .
Marine Railway. f make It one can avail them especially Job Printing ,

General Merchant and Ship Chandler. I "11, piece," modesty explained the ,when they are unfair enough to make It i'oBtoffice Address-TITUSVILLE, FLA. II
author, "is a chef d'oeuvre. I will answer -
apparent that the treasury notea and Do not forget the fact that at the AD i
..Speolal Facilities.. i for Its success, for I have consulted
bonds are redeemable In silver when tbe VOCATB office, Tltusvllle, we do' job n
For Hauling Out, Storing and Repairing the sanguinary taste of the pub- printing of all kind, neatly, cheaply and 3Lar. : =
lic. My tragedy Is so tragic that all statute expressly provides that they are expeditiously Letterheads,Koteheads, aaOE: ::: l.E1-Y: ,

Yacht and Launohea. the characters are killed off at the end redeemable In gold. It Mr. Bryan Is Billheads, Envelopes Tags, and all.other Successor to Marvin Goodman. Nest to F. E. C. R,. depot.
of tbe third act" elected he 11'11I'unqueatlonabl redeemthe kinds. H'r
Mention the ADVOCATB wh.D.writing. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. H'T r
"With whom then," asked tbe manager bond and treasury notes la the manner H'I
"do you carry on the action of prescribed by statute In be believes John Dayton of Greenwich Conn., Is -->Maklng a Specialty of- I

I Orange Grove at a BargainS the last two acts?" ID the enforcement of the saw. dead at the age of eighty years. Until Fresh FrultH find CDndicH?! ,
\\ltb the ghosts of those who died a few days before his demise be was
The most unique thing about this Re- DI'Iul:
rand Oold tJ
0 ,hammock land,4 acres of bear 10 the third! -Cornhlll Magazine at business every day. and his business OignrH
publican law of March J4, 1000) t la as follows fresh e
lpg orange grove, about 1 mile from Sta" was that of president of a savings SANFORD BREAD, CAKES AND PIES-always
tion. Crops-1000,'80.; 11HK150.\ ; 11)07) Gray: V.r."Brown .. : Section 14. "That the provisions bank, vice president of a water Your patronage solicited Satisfaction guaranteed.
{:,;,110. Will be told at a bargain.This The length of a stage varies throughout of this sot are not Intended to preclude com-
I I. a rare chance for anyone who I Persia depending ou the character the accomplishment of bimetallism," pany and a shoe dealer. We refer to =-- h

f wants an orange: grove. of the country, and Is reckoned in-far- et.o. '.So It Is apparent that our Republican the case because our English/: friends

j Address, .MOJ04NV Tltuivtlle 4LTON., Fla. eats, the old Greek parasaug. The far. congress In passing the gold standard habitually\ represent. American business x Faic.: tirl.g: I*
men as "living
sak Is a most elastic and uncertain did not care to forever close the doorgainst the pace that .
1 measure, and as animals are paid for bimetallism kills," whereas the number of AmeN a
provided they can
Orange/ Grove For Sale. jer farsak as many as the credulity of get the consent of other nation. What lean who have continued active in PAPERHANGING, KALSOMINING, VARNISHING, STAINING,, FIYISOI t
the traveler will allow are crowded business up to the of 11,
han friend ages anywherefrom SIGN PAINTING OF ALL KINDS, ETC.
to
right our Republican
Into each say
stage. "How far. I once) eel
Famout Turkey Greek Orange Grove asked an old Kurdish muleteer. "Is aarsakT" bat Mr. Bryan I I. unfit to be president seventy-five to ninety is very Old Furniture made to look like new. Mirrors Made and R-Sl1ver '
large.
fI and Truck Farm for aale at a bargain; "As far as one can distinguish because he at one time Relieved In bimetallism -Reasonable Rate*-

200 acre of land, about one mile river a gray' from a brow" TL.camel," since they expressly declare A Jeweler's ExperienceC. t'r
EJLceED7
and creek front; several hundred bearIng was the discreet answer. TSty average bl tbelr own act their belief that bletalllsm R. Kluge, The Jeweler, 1000 Virginia V_ w_ : : :

orange and grapefruit tree; CO acres about four miles and the stage will some day be brought Ave., Indianapolis, Ind writes I Shop In Sorlmgeour Building,
suitable for cel"r,. Artesian well easily : bout .tJ' farsuks or twenty-five tulles. bout? "I was so week from kidney trouble that TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.
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4 1 driven. Flag station of F. E.CT: Kail- So If the belief bimetallism render I could hardly walk a hundred feet x 'rb'Ik
Four bottles of
novel Foley's Kidney Remedy
way, known as"Tlllmao," on land. "Three Week" was gen- Mr. Bryan unfit to be president It I* cleared my complexion, oured my*,back

Beautiful place} just suited for winter rally considered a "warm" proposl- quite likely that we would not find amac ache and Irregularities. disappeared,
'et
41 home. Three mile south of Melbourne. tlon but as a play It was a "frost" In fit to be president In the Republican and I can now attend to business every EAST COAST ADVOCATE PRINTING OFFII ,
Apply to D. L. Gauldeq, Tltusvllle day and recommend Fole,'. Kidney
ai
xsndoa. The critics agreed that if It party, as they themselves also .belIeyed all
m Remedy to sufferer, a* It cured me
Fla; or Goode Real Estate,. Melbourne, held the board as long as Its name It la blmetallsm,tbe only difference: after the doctors aid other remedies bad PRIM G's
Kla. tf would be doing very welL between the Republican position and failed. Tltutvllle Pharmacy DOES ALL KINDS OF SOCIAL AND COMMERCIALJ



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