East Coast advocate
Full Citation
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079908/00059
 Material Information
Title: East Coast advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: February 14, 1908
Publication Date: -1891
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
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
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071720
oclc - 34175701
notis - AKR0019
lccn - sn 96027112
System ID: UF00079908:00059
 Related Items
Succeeded by: Indian River advocate

Full Text
-, '' .+ .__ ,.. ... ., .. .. ,. :: ;;;; /' 'i1'r *1
Ar ,\ F1.TT r'T"" -- .1I-"f'J----' A ...."'"pgi,5'3' "1\*t,' 'gIRere '. + ,'yTO"" '.' r'1' "III '7 ""J"" <.!'!i 1 r'Wr
A1'q :,"'" \ I t ,


+ + r

e 1 I


LO yOl10 tf; QA FAy fQl j

t ,





e.I: ;;; \

2 I ,


-.s f" .
.T wrwura.w ti",1. '+-y '% 6''i''ar1'- .. -+ ? __ y _, t'


------- -- -------
-- --- -- ---



LOCAL NEWS (Ieo. II': rerimld Hardware Co. Important] Notice to Men +Mlas label Ucrpe returned to NewSmyrna -Mr, Julius Kline, who. Irfi hrrtthun-t AMONG THE HOTELS.

And Hoya.We on Tuesday' after a pleasant day floe arrived New York.
Dealers In Wholesale and Retail Uard-
d Toptcn of General I Interest. vl.lt with M..... D. l I' Prttchard. Take not of the hotel: ads, on oar
war, paints, oils, dash, doors, blinds -The PlckerU will hllber. next week'
lime, cement, brick and shingles. cordially Invite yon to .1..lt our -Don't forget the Band' Conceit on so Koouie your neais enily.Messrs. 4th and ?lh pages."

Machine bhops, all kinds of repair store, Tnestlef neat, the lltb. We will\ i the main street, Saturday, Feb. 8, by .. 'I(he AnvocATK I bon file at all the i

THE ADVOCATE work on engines boils and :Napbthelauncher. have with na Mr J. M, ;ha, rrprenentatlvfl Prof Kiltohfleld's Military Band.Mr. Fieeiusn. and t'o ltef err eaported bout hotels In New York city,
of Ed V. Vr\oifJt\ Co,, the Large la Tltnsvllla ,tuday. from tlirlrvUll
{\,IbO per" six annum months la advance" Tailoring hoime lathe US. who motif and Mrs J. (), Crabb and Mis. to Cuba. tJT The Sterling, rlo e In F, E. C, :
.7 'I'ID aDd Metal work, plumbing, steam H', II, MeFarland have retiuned home station Tltusvllle I III for !
42.00. to foreign counts-let. have exhibition Five Hun ued I Rallay open
an. Large
per and fitting. (ladVork at lowest -The I gas after a pleasant. visit to Jacksonville. the Rend ad 7th ,
season on ;
lien yon suoscrlbe for the Ai>vo* prices.GRO.. Spring' and Summer Sample I church, TltusvilHi, will Ime f.>r sale' 10.i page I Itilt

g by the year, It does not cost youe n. FKRXAJD HAKDWARB Co., Call and let u< take your m asuie fur GOLDSMITH FOR G ROCK KIRS. morrow nfterniHin ("J'"N.lI10' Mr. 1'1. I II Peck, propil\ "tor of the pop t

, cent per week postage Included. Sanford Fla. your summer stilt, -Miss Maggie Collins, who Is now Daren's store, hone.made |>ltK, citkrs" ular Hotel ruxi at n,>Rocklmlne spent I

If not ready for a suit, fart now, ball holding position In St Angustlne, Is hrerd! l baked' beans and candy.KV ,, Tuesday. In JscksonvllU,\ mingling with t
". Reading-notice ode are ten cents ffndmakeyiiur selection and have ..ult.hlpp..1 1
ton ilnts In the Interest of his house.During .
:Nights In a BarRoom, under a1 e.I't..oted; home tomorrow, for a shortVlhlt. : : If you aie. looking for a fuiuUli*
Ins on tie page out when wasted '
big tent for on% night only, Saturday, *d cottage for the winter lend the ads. summer seasons Mr. Peek conducts 1
Miss Ruth Boyer of Tltusvllle left Feb. 8. Don't forget the date WinToN H. H RAN XI NO, on this the New Arlington, at Petoskey
-Dr..Cb. Weld had page
Sunday for Jacksonville. The Clothing Housf, .sO. who Wn at Mich, which I I. one of the., largest! and .. i
-Mr, Thomas;Dm bam, a smart old Tituaville Kla. Canaveral Club for quite a while, left on -n,.,.. Kdwsid .K. Ley, pirsldlng elder in
Mr. I. F. Spencer left here, Monday' gentleman of 83yearr: with his charmIng Friday I fart, for hi* hfttna In Brown Mr, of tbo East. Coast dlstilct, delltfied' avery treat Ltkes section

Guthrle Oklahoma where be ex- daughter, Is at 'the Jefferson. reol- -Dr. J, K.!: Mlll.,r and family are now Dudley U. Kay ..llIu'lel&' & fIr Boston the Interesting sermon In the Titus 1

ls to remain for a while. deans, Robe hound. settled In their,' nosy home just west of same day. vllle Meihodlst. church, "last K\ ''lx.v A delightful) dance was, given: on Sat
urdav evening tliu Hotel Ormond casino .
lltnsvllle.Mr 1 .
DIGEST VARIETY CIOARS, CIGA- TRY GOLDSMITH FOR GRAIN: -Thn Picket. Co; III one of the most evening.The. It WAS the first <.t these pleasing a

flee and Smoking Material, Tltusvlllelarmacy and fr.1'\ 8. Modicette of diamitlo companies. tint has i
II'V.. II. u..ltlK\ allln'IIMor for popular Piokett Companv, A the (lrora hops of the *o son, and was: eDJI)1"llmmenl..I / \

Brevard county, left Tltusvllle i SuocUr, Mlonespolln, Minn., were among last ever vlslied Tltusvllle. At the. Opera. hOlllle, 'lltiiHvllls\ Tin'OB nights Feb lybyall Luiln the balance of J

Mr. A T. Pattllo a prominent met* for down river points, expecting to ho Fiday's( passengers on 'their way to house, Feb. 13, 14 and 13Ale : 13, 14 and 13 llokala for sale at the the winter these Saturday evening affair ,

Df of Osteen was a recent guest of away about a mush Mr. Hall Is on their wlnlerbome at Frontenao ,era., R A. Cockling, John R. usual place Reserved seats, T\o\: \ general will\ bu a feature at the Ormond. There

and Mrs C. B. Klngraan of Titust his annual tilp, arteiulnt the propertyof MANDrs FOR POJT CARD Hint and t. A. Robinson county com.rntusloneis admltslon, 8V: will IH another dance. to morrow" (Saturday !

e. Brevard. In town tbla w..ek.. attending ) night.Mr. .
-A delightful time Is anticipated at
-Mrs. J, T. Knox 1.1 New Smyrns, .
GOLDSMITH)( FOR GROCERIES.Judge STILL ANOTHER: L' IUHf SHIPMENT: who baa been the guest of her son, the meeting of the Board a report the oyster bake, entertainment, etc., to I
of which will published In our next and Mr. A Olpplnper, of I
be by theEastern Star rod biuone
Minor S. ftones left here on of Queen Quality (Shoes lecHvedj j all Messrs E. E. and J. 'r. iaaa, both of ftlven I
M.I. who winter
Wesiover ,, are regular
l laxue,
next Wednesday evening.
the very latest mtyles. Send us your Tltusvlllo, returned tt> her home on Sun Kvmybodynvltpd.
Pierce hold oourt.
day for Fort to visitor to Tliusvllle left yesterday for
Bands of music. AdmUslon ,
Jones her husband ordeis Winston tf arming.. day -Mr. and Mrs. D A. ,Btodgelt and !
. aooompanled free I lodtunola, on a visit. of a few day.
Master Delos Blodgett of D..ytona,
has not been in his usual Road -There 'will b. a upvcUl oommuutcatlon Messrs. L. A. Biady and P. J. Hall, I 'd
showed their genial countenance In TItdevhlepeeterday -Mr -Mr, IT, Turner, of Oik Hill, arrived !
th the past few weeks of Indian Kf{ver L!rlga! "No 00:>, F. & of South Tltusvllle, are netting other and Mrs. Gen. M. Robblns and '"
\ They were on their 'at the Sterling yesterday. lie expect .
little son returned to Tltusvlll last Friday
A. M, at Masonic hull, Tlluavllle, this people a good example In plauting.bade
Oet your reserved seat tickets for few with hi son from England anll.I here to see :
to Coooa to spend a day ,
from visit of nearly work In De-
way a a
Friday evening at 7:33: o'cl',alf. There trees In front of their property, If you
Pickets at Branntng's stores Ala and Mis. E Poiohsr, Land Winter Park and Jacksonville. Att'l. about chartering a sm,H yacht for bis I
will be conferring of degrees, and a full want to Imprave'Cltusvllle" plant more
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Battle and read \ latter \ vlsltrd the Mid. sn to take a cruise' along' the onset
family attendance of mem bin Is requestedThe shade trees on our streets. gy-H you do not every pageof pla they .

e moved from -the Robbins cottage, this paper you are liable to rates \\lnter Exposition, blch they guy Is -"Tea Night In a Bar )Room"I the
article In the
ag the school-house, to their new some of the most Interesting local Item., well worth seeing.. production which was presented tinder i
caption of "lIenr, M. FUgler on the Braanlngn, Tltu.vllle-Ibe best made. ,
dense, JUKI aouttV.of rttusvllle.\ We which scattered canvas* here Tuesday night, and was en
are on page ffOn EDWIN CLAPP AND (;ROS8ETTShoes I
bouse Is for- Eut Coast of Florid, written b., Capt. All else Prices, t/S.IIO/ ( and *S 00. }
erstand this date
up.to- joyed by a large audiencerllomflrvllle
Marootte 'It excellent one and 8th be found the ; always a most complete stock
Henry an ; R. Conkllntr our p"ICelit
County Commlsslcner A. Ns. 1
All the latest styles" will be found atBrsnnlng's
are that cannot produce announcement Sheriff
we sorry we re Jo. P. Brown
siioonsitful aid well known fruit
Mr. and Mr. Cornelius 'Cbrlsilancy It la these columns owing to a rusk of and vegetable grower, hat the thanks "f During bli long tenure of olOce, Mr. Tltusvllle.Mr -The Fortnightly Euchre Club metal I

ort Orange", arrived at lie Sterling work.PHOTOGRAPHS.. the editor of the ADVOCATE: / a present Brown has rude a good and efficient and Mrs. P. 8. BlllklII. promt Mis. W. T. Mathers', last Friday after

'svllle, on Sunday. Monday Mrs.stltncy .-All,Jilnds; of photographs of a couple of basket of delicious sheriff for red county and we are Dent tesldents of Clevel"of.O. arrived anon Mrs. Bailey of New London

left for Orlando, on a visit taken In np-/-datd style, and stiawberrles, grof In hi* own garden. confident he will be ie-elected. at the Sterling on Tuesday; and their Conn, held the lending score at the I
her brother and sister lo-law bit
friends In Tltusvllli were glad to see close of the game. Light refreshments
much than before. Portraits Miss Charlotte Pi/liner who bus w
cheaper ever ,
Mrs. Tom Howes. TH IS DENTOS U located at Stuart
and them here again. They spent last winter were served and a pleasant hour brought i
) Color
Crayon Paste, Water Dentistry jn all of Its branches "been at' Fort Pierce for several weeks,
T CARDS AT MANDVS. here aooompanled by Mr and Dire to a close. 1
Oil Paintings at most reasonable rates, executed. arrived In Tltusvllle last Saturday, and
and from small skillfully I I. with W, W. Balkwlll, who are erpeoted: hei. announcement % II \
S. J. enlarged any photograph Dr. Edward Urlch.Mr. staying Acre D. R. Wilson, In -The of Mr. V, ,
A copy of the Perth Am boy ( ) \ '
Bonder- Babies alien as quick as a North Tltusvlll Her friend are pleas. today enthusiastic U.Iltor; re-election county tas collector II;

mlcle d sent us by Mr Jeppe wink. Call and see samples of our Landon Roeder left for Dsytona ed to again see her Mere. hunters, but they are too late for deer. will .be found on our 8tU page :'
tells ns Of a big fire that destroy- St. Augustine and New York Sun They will leare tomorrow for Miami! to
work, and then you 'will know what on Mr Hall hu made a good officer, and
all b'ock the business
a In section we can do fur you. day He wan accompanied as far as lit DRINK FRESH GRAPE JUICE.- /|oln friends, and then go tarpon fishing moat of our reader will agree with ua .

'erth well Ambo known,. Mr.In Tltusvllle SondergaardIs -lost- n. FAUST Tltusvllle FIs. Augustine ,,by Mr. and Mrs. lIe,ward Healthful,.Refre fjlag. At TltusvlllePharmacy. for a few day before returning to the to hi* executive ability to fill the

and Miss Boeder. The above genial SterllD,.
above ofllce
valued tt. II. Lalmbeer Jr. of New ,
at $10,000. Judge ,
erty I
party have been' cruising on the schooneryacht tfeanP. J. Robottorn will deliver a
York, who Is spending the winter with -Mr, E bI. [Holinan of DatoDa.wrlf.a -There ar* quit a number of prominent I. .
of the ADVOOATB'S Capt. Jack, for many week. lectu"ID the Opera'house, Tltusvllle
Referring to one the ADVOCATE follow Our
his wife at Hotel Ponce de Leon St. : a* : ladle and gentlemen' the theatrical "r'I\
York subscriber's, the newsy Palm The latter four returned to Tltusvlll0 on tbl* (Friday) evening at 8 o'clock This hens are laying butter than eer we expected. \' I
Augustine, wait' a pi.ssengrr on Sunday'strain world at !Hob Sound, among them
ch News Charles Wednesday, afternoon and will again tall will be an lotersstlng lecture, and a* It '
Dally We 00 and
says Mfr bis to St. to do got egll..ln one day, :
on way Lucia a befogs Mr. and Mr Char It. Jefferson
timers, of New York U at the Royal little fishing. The genial Judge has off. after fish and duck-the weetbRbeing Is to be given for the benefit of one the next day 64. Our 'garden I Is lookingfine )[ and fcfrs. Augustus Pltou Mr sadMrs j'j'lr.

clans for bis annual visit. Mr, warm trod delightful The ladles of the best organization In the town of and we have stack of celery, cabbage .
been ADVOCATE subscriber for Olootr Or and Mr.
an many Cbaunoey I Io
hman.\. an enthnslastts golfer and reported a very pleasant time In SI>( Tllusvllte the Villag/ Improvement onions, c.ollll..er etc. Everybody i,
rears.TRY eo. W. Purdy, Mr. Joe Arthur Mr.
rman, and occasionally plays tennis Augustine. A.lloolatloa--e hope every seat In the who has seen our cauliflower say

* GOLDSMITH FOR DRAIN GOLDSMITH FOR GROCE IU ES. TRY GOLDSMITH FOR GROCERIES. house will be filled. The V, I. A. Is doIng It U the largest and finest 'they have OloottplsyelgJaokuorlilethb.vanlng. 41
: Commodore J. II. Allen who had good woik In cleaning) our streets ever seen grown la this neighborhood, Large Hoti -llout Wanted. ;.i j
Mr. George M. Robblns left here on -Miss Nona Warnock of Jamaica, N.
the Park eMi so do not fall to buy a mote ,
I have just planted 80 different _
day for Fort Pierce,to represent the- been In Jacksonville and Daytooa for a Y, daughter of Mr. and Mr. Wm. A.Waroock ticket: whether yoii can attend or ant i:
kinds of surub and bushes.
C. R,. Co. In a few law suits. Mr. while!, arrived softie Sterling: Tltusvllle, who ha been la St. Augustine It Is for a good Doors' The subject lal: rove Wanted an auxiliary House Boat. ;
on Friday last, and left for the Outing ADDITIONAL LOCAL and about 01x10, with a draft of about 2 ft.
bins has to be in New Orleans onoesday for some time, attending[ many "Joan of Arc" Adults, 2": cts; children, personal
next to appeal an action Club, at the Haulover Canal, Monday social functions, bs j lined her parents. lOots news on page 8. You must reed every Send lowest cash price and all partlcnUr \

lapages, against Mr Chas. I. Craglnromlnent afternoon. The Commodore was one of at Eldora, where she I.I taking a much- _._-..------ page of the ADVOCATE:, If you. wish all to "House Boat" !

resident of Philadelphia a merry dinner part at the Sterling on needed reef Miss Waroock I I. accompanied Houne To lent the News. AUVOOATH office

Palm Beach, at the Circuit Court: Sunday Those fuming the pleasant by Mis Alice >metbrt, of St.Angus.tloe .. Tltusvllle Fla. "

dinner 'party were Pr and Mrs. F. M. : who also needs a rest after Up-tifcdate unfurnished hours for Launch For Hale. -- -'- '

The that West Mr.Palm Charles Beach D. Jefferson'Tropical I .Sun and Robinson Miss. Francs Robinson Commodore attending so many social' parties In the rent on Was&lngton ...., TItosvllle, adjoining Fur rater a full cabin launch SUxOft.; Hiiotln LcHllre, Etc., For Hale.

J, II. Allen and Mr. Charles U. Ancient City. Too much social excitement Mr. Seoble's residence. Contains
Charles Chambers are doing some 24 h. p. engine elootrlc lights sleeps This Hunting and Fishing Lodge la j

work at Mr. Chambers' studio Mr. Walton''s \, la not' conducive to health and eight room, Including bathroom Four. Fine ciuier, Stored at Miami. situated on the JUulover Cans), Indian '

arson in landscape afad monotype Shoemaker and It Ialrer. strength. and kitchen Plenty of holy and oold Cost J,000 to duplicate; price, OJOOD(/ River Fla., one of the best hunting and '1

k, and Mr. Chambers In figure stndy FURNITURE DRY'GOODS SHOES water; Insfde, toilet; A large kitchen quick tale I' flitting sections ID the grata House I Ie

heads He has just completed aotype All work guaranteed. D. PACIOXANA, Shetland Flos and Germantown Saxony rao e. Call. at law office of Address, "A J,," furbished Born, decoy ducks fishing1 t

of Mr. Jefferson's father In j offs Street, Tltusvllle Fla. Gas mantle and chimneys, Lamp., GKO M. Romans, oars ADVOCATE tackle, eta Will loll,\ cheap "

characteristic part of Rip Vau Win- Art Square, Carpet, Rugs Mattings, Tltusvllle Fla.IlaiulMonie' ] w Tltusvllle Fla. f L. Ii. BRACK:, ..

that has been pronounced the beat Notice of Bale.. -New' line Buck Combs, Inlaid, plain Home rove tf Evanston, 111. +i'l

ness ever produced of Jefferson In Transparent Post card envelopes Country Orange JUralii -- i t
of vested In
virtue authority me
bin famous creation I By "If can't find It < For Hale Orange Grove For Hale.Famouf .
you try"CHAS.A.GAJiD N A bammook rebf bear.
by the Board of Dlrrtors bf the Eureka acr lml,4; 1

Fish Company I will, on the llth day :", :",Tltu.lIIe.Phoil. 3.. At Ing orange grove, about I mile from Sta
a to close estate.
Pine Piano For Sale. Turkey Creek Orange Grove
of February, 11)08\) sell at publics auction. A Colonial house wltb Hall Drawing I tion. Crop*-llxm.'l.fJ.j! ; '!)()fJ.tl50,; 1007, 1 ,
for sale
and .Truck Farm at a bargain;
through the sheriff aa aucttoner at the Stove Wood for Stale. iniO Will be sold at a kargsln., :
Room, Reception Room aad'Stalra In I 2f( k> acres of land, about one mile river
,>r sa'e! a fine, Canover Piano nearly. Town Wharf, at Tttusvllle Florida, at loft Addres "M'arre ADVOCATE! '
Red Cherry; Dining Room to Black WainoO and creek front several hundred bearing .
It ,00 but will\ be sold atargot. Bert to town,all l heart. $7.0Qpercord ;
cost ($450 ( 10 a. m., alt of the boat and other pro- Five floe mantle fireplaces
Urge and SO acre ,
grapefruit trees
.. For further particular, pert; of the Eureka flab (:tmpn,. fi: .40 per strand and 11.20 per even rooini Shingle .
Metal suitable tar relay Arterlan well eslly > ..,-1'
It and convinced I ..
1, floor rooms are furnished complete.Large Wanted, young, Uylng hens sod small I driven. FliR station of F. K. C. Rail \\1
office, 21 31 By O o. JC Pnc hett. I ,
Fla. lawn, beautiful palm driveway, bro eu ; '/lIeM. tin keys' game, Ireeb tlab.Also way, kn'xvn 'at'-THIman," on load .c
and yr. Shrubbery and rare Imported palms, fresh fruit and vegetables. Beautiful plice; just suited for winter :

Notice to Growers. rrnlaa well, 400 barrel. cistern cement Apply, MASSEV C: ., home. 'I'lift* miles south of Melbourne. ,1
Hardware. Etc. Wasted a few yoang laying bens, and cellar Address tf TJi* Palcuhursr Tltusvlll, Apply to D T.. Gsnldsn, Tltuvlle,) ,. '

Marx Brother*, JacJlworllle, Fla., a few youoir turkey: Address n.,B. YAKBOBot'on. Administrator, Fla ; or Good Real, Estate Melbourne, "

>rail kinds of Hardware, both shelf wish to notify Grower that they will be t DUo J, E. MlLLEK, Daytona, Florida. Por Hal-, Cheap. Fla. tI ':,"

hoary Pa lots, Oils, Sblp'Chandl.ry,' glad to handle their Fruits and Vegetable TltusvlllerFla. _-_ '.}

:kery and
re have the goods and oor prices are ship good sound stock. Over.ripe Frnlt flood for Sale. Lraas the business and dwelling- hundred of extra copier of the ti's

t. I Vegetables, or Packing House ,Refuse, For sale, 28ft.:. House Boat, with'or house, sad lot. at E.u Gallle Fla., MJ2a t Coast Advocate" all over "
all order resolve prompt attention. will not bereceived.. 4Respectfully Pine or ""k. any length. Also plow. without power 28x8;. fall standing cabin fronting a bargain the pilne.Indian For hirer particulars, are offered, ad-at the State, and it will be. to your ,1,

JAS. I'BITCHABD ft Boa, y log and barrow("g. See nr address J. BxUft. Address, arras, W Ir. GLEASON Interest to place.your ad. la our '

TltnMllella. -bas: BROTHERS. W, Jamison THmvMle, Fla. Dos 3, Melbourne, Fla.ifcrffe 15 0 Eau Oalne. Fla. columns. 1,9

/ -


ir ., '' .. "
: ::, .r '. P, } J;). a ,. ,*" .' ,".,.. tay ,.. ',., ; J ; ': ....;..... "' .
.",," ,1; ;HtI.t ..t .fat"'rc 7 r 4 t 1'\ ( w ,... 4 '" ., "V: *. "t.<,.?.. *. 'H* *v >IiIi; dMYlfY-.r .1/,6'r'. "r I., e1tW Jt r"i uA 1'i ," ':. i.t


.. -I. -
,' P, 1..I I H. a ors


or --

Tbe Old lt Established Grain and Bead Bouaa. ID the
Free and Colonidl l \ stay
SECTIONIt Cottage. "
Accepted Masons. i' =A

"VV'r.o." : : A. SOUrS: & CO.

Refined Type of the Style) Now So Much In Votfue.

I Indian 4) No.: 00Tltusvllle Takes In Portions of Virginia Estimated Cost, 5250. GRAIN, HAY, AND GARDEN SEEDS

: and North Carolina. ,
River Copyright J"T, by Clenn' L. laaton. Minneapolis Minn.

$ Flour, Grits. Meal and Fertilizer
Lodge Florida.

Hold lu meting the ..and .rt.t fourth frldayofaaoh ENORMOUS CROft IT GROWS. er wets esa 200 East Bay M JACKSONVILLE, FLA
month In the ....010 Temple, tltuivtlla /- L'R

at 7 do u'ulurk\ p. in. / Catalogue Freo. Warehouses on tracks of 8. A. L. R'y. and A. C I I.. R.MeMurray ..
P.W Rnlwru. Wonhlpfnl'. MmUir, Nineteen Counties! In the Two States
.. .
(IM'.., A. Stewart "Heulor' U*nl..... -- --- .. --- -- -
Harry Wllimn lunlor Warrton.H Product an Average of Twelve Million
R. Wilson. Tr ..tnrer.Jnn Wh4SF
R. walker, Hwiraury' By.h.l.l a Year-The Way the .d /
I VrenkSaneXtnlorlhtuon.Th Toothsome Grow & Baker
Goober ar'yyP -
*. L. hems, Junior UeuuxinChan x
I H."rlton 801110' "Ie.el.
J W Freeior l Junior Srcwerd.V. Suffolk Va. I III the greatest peanut
:1>. KnnU. 'ir'yitr. shipping point In the world More of ;
)(.B. Sam,, Chaplain. 4O1-413 East Day Street Jacksonville, Florida,
the delicious goers! n rC' rnlmnl lu

---:- e NanMPinond county of which HufTolkIn : -Makers and Jobber of-

INDIAN RIVER CIIAI'TKK NO. a7. tin capital thou In any other county -- + 1yre111'IV ,
'' H01AL ARCH IMAHON8. on earth l r y Vehicles Harness and
Carriage Wagon
P The Indian' River l'hspter. j Royal' A roll Mammi If one takes the mnp and draws a ., .
nmU the flirt w"f nth mouth sttliaMuonln ,

i The lolluwiiiK/ Tmntila: are tlia ollHeri of this
M H.Ram. Kxrollent Hlf\t\ I'rleiit. North Cnrollini he will put n fenr\ ,
J. R. Walknr, King ( a.
and Etc.
FirstClass.Repairing Painting
C H K I'rluilrttt, HoriheH 110 to speak around the greatest |>en Etc
:1C Wilson I Twwiirnr.O. : nut section of the\ world Tbone c-onn- .- _.._ ..
A.Stewart, $. .auui ilf.rr i (
T, B:BanilKni, < anp. mOI'"I Iv ties are: In Virginia. :Nnnnetnond.' Nor
Ma.1S1: yMaohinory: : Company
W. Kolwrw. rrhiciliMtl rkijoiirner, of Sue ,
folk tale Wight Southampton ,
K. A. "Morgan It.,.., Arch <..|it"ln. Long Distance ''Phone 074.. :2i: Ocean Street.
'' J. N. W llur. va.iu.ror tIIe'x. Oreenrlllo and Prince OeorKe: In
: :
P:J.:Hall % 'tear' nf Hnmmil North Carolina, Pna<|tiotnnk. I'erqul- I ftl4tldiUdlui111'1UJ
M ."wr of First V.
O n.I't. I
., 11'.... LotII" .....lItillel. mans nates, Hertford( Chow'an, North PORTABLE and STATIONARY
ampton, Halifax. Edfftcomb. Martin. ENGINES and BOILERS

Pitt. rtertl and \Vnwhlnuton.ThU .
,, territory which In within n rndlua
(halter, No. II,tint ill Its meetings
of 150 mile from :'Norfolk and SUPPLIESComplete .
'+ the AIIIIIO Ixiilitfl room, Tituarlllo, on tile pro-
fist (ml th'ril' 'rufmlMSi in nth month Sot duels 3000000 .bog of peunutu every 1'ERsrccTivn VIEW ia...,t, line carried la stock
the oflUwr of the .
The are
Chapter p m i following Yl'A": Every bait contain four bunli- q t' Liberal terms.' Write for Catalogue

J Mil /: n It. K WilMin, Worth Patron average nnnunl production. The hlp- IIIPaRM "c. Gasoline Engines.
,r M,.. M K Holililnn, Amorlala. Matron.
Mn, K. II. W i IKON, nt-ftiwted, HiorutaryMra ping centers of thin licit are Suffolk > Address c mll1'lolcatlon"RI atone
HerihaKlln..,T........,.,'. Norfolk Petersburg and Rmllh l'hl. all
JVE: -A. O II I KT 3E3 H. IT
The fo'I iwmtt nlUofir were appointed I
1'' )h.. IMvoa (t.tn., A.lah.MI.I Virginia. / Some peanuts are rnlHed 1IrrCKCNe I Iir
Tow.terltlllh.lr. -------,- ---"
"" ,11 In Tennessee. and California but the Sae14A
Is III tae na Meudoj, Kutlier.Mra. ozll a
nartlia. crop of those states U a bnintelle an .
Mra, M A.Snri.uun"r.Eleata.: i com pared with the production of the '
II: Warder,
thM 1 Walto POtCN r '
John K. Walker, B.nthi/ l. Vlrjrlnla-North. Carolina territory 6fatOnY F I.
k ; Ono, M.Hubblna, Chaplain.; Itul shelled peanuts are planted tiJ ,

,1 about the middle of Mnr,4>y means of _t' '}!f '

drops.. one or two kernel In a place + 'T I .-
NO. 1O1Montr ; ;\ ueRMY liioYa OUMAtRFrcxll I \ ) '
J t about twelve inches. ",Iur.t. The Boll / a 1R'aMfro' ti lo aaot. ,r i 'r.'f' lJWJk ;rJ l.t'r: 15
that raises the lx>Ht |>vnnutii U, light/ J l g:t '' r riJ( '

sandy Ion in. It ueed not 1 he rich. In I Iuvrc

x 'tr 1 !). k,I fart, a great deal Virginia land that frrMerf FLORIDA' MID.WINTER EXPO ITION.-NOW OPEN
was considered In the antebellum day SrAIRHAU

too poor to mine anything on Is. 'now n I II .JACKsONVILLE'FLA. .

producing great quuntttlog of peanuts. 'Pulace of Industry, showing theOnrlumilt. of Floilda; Japanese lnaiIggortte
i every Slid mil 4th Monday evening In Very little cultivation la required! Li M IfNAMaCR! .J Village; Streets of (:ehn. a'be beet Band in'the United btut
11'I1 1 I"*
aaohnioutl lOt a o'cbmk.Channellorommander ,Jtyc.iT' Aclii.
Special Features Kiea worksAdmiesion 25\ Lo
Peanut land are usually plowed only CIlStT Every Dsy Khe, cto.
t ,,, ....... J.M llalleyMo.
Hate all Kxllroad.
hanoUr\ I F,. wnc.r' or twice when the plants are CNlrllsCR i on
1'relata: : ,.::.::':. :: ....;. :N'ii. Ilell once i t4sT. PARLOR 1 l't1IIClOol .--- -- --- -- '-- .. .. -
M rat A run ..,IJitka small to choke out the !grnsa. ISMIbe dean l
Meter: mf V\orkIniwrOiKnl ::::::'. ::::::::John: ; It, Walker The digging/ time la October when /
t ... .,.. .. .. .......W.T. Matlmrn
r BK totter Uiiaril... .. .,..,.... .. ...,....11. K. King the peanut leaven turn yellow A plow USED ,
ManU>ror hie,; .hiiquarofrinanu ..WlnetonS.ltranuingr Is run under the peanut vines nodtht'o"'l 1cRCN L '
; Matter 1., ... ... fashIon :
the goohera after the
<>l IUui>nli ami Stat..0 A Stewart ,
of digging lotllIOl'II"I> the north. ARMOUR
All vUltlng KnlKliu cordially Invited to at. FERTILIZERS
tftiul. 1 Poles seven or eight feet tall are stuck A Q

Into the ground and the vines are

'. 1ITUSVILI.K CAMP MO. 141MteuavcryAratsitd shacked around them with the peanuts FIRST< LOOR PLAN SECOND I'LOOR" PLAN. --- --..

I IM next to the pole, no that the leaven and

Tines form a protection from tho Thin neat colonial: cottage baa proved very popular In nubiiilmu towns lu "VIJ "Y ?t :J3EC.A..USE. .
111y weather. If the weather .be bright and Minnesota Spedul attention In called to the fact that time U no little waste

Ir IW cloudless wbie: the peanut are curing. epics lu the pious. The abundant and room,. tlnttets nn also to be noted eswell

.o much the .better If rain sets! lu the as the archway owning between the room The first floor should b want the best.
rf, Irl' Mt G hulls become blackened and mlldewod. finished In ,ricinlgh oak am' ted Wrch stained uiafiojcanv; color with ball and

which mucus the value of the crop in white enamel. The second floor should I 1,1' finl hed entirety' lu Y want what you pay, fore

Formerly all peanuts raised were white enamel. Estimated cost. $3.250; 'il.E.NN L. 8AXTON.Btulrcaso au want better crops

picked from tbe vines by hand. Now .--,- -.- do not want to fail
third, Mouday In Mob machines similar to thrasher separate

'rAW nuiithat I''''' (t l>. U., .11 rp at the Maauulo fully 75 per cent of tho peanuts from TEE are the best .

Onmul Comil.nilr, .. ... .......P.N. ItltuhooohP. the \tues No machine has been In ::AT A.LTO'SELFLOGKING T
*, Uncr Lluut nunt ,.. .... W Hoberli ventedhowever, that will do this Th are .what you pay for.
(tanker. I I.. Mandavtlief'terk
.I L I'urrullierjlpo work |perfectly. Tbe tendency of tuB'l'lt11npt. ey crops.
Bnoort: . .. .....( n.llrork..UWatolulIlIll Is to crack the hulls and NEVER
;. .. .. ..... ....1. (J.Unlian peanut FAIL.
Mauagary ... .. ... ...................., II. |theta .
A. Urulier H.J. Norton When the peanuts are separated from Sj; E. RICE, Agent, TITUSVILLE. P. W. EGBERTS Agent, HI1JIS.
ill\ whetting WooetluClII are oordhdly Invited to ,
attend the" u.ttetinge.. the vines the farmer sacks them and I D. STCLAIR NISBET, Agent, INDIANOLA.. .

hauls them to a factory, and gals work S. A. OSTEEX, Agent, LOTUS. GEO E. CHESTER!: Agent; CITY TOlVWilliams'

: ends there. Delivered at ,'these to .
' t Fiddle and Grow Hair.It TA.O= EI -- -
called "factories" his nuts bring 3 to B
la now a scientifically proved fact cents a pound (each bushel containing!

' that music exercises a great Influence twenty-two pounds) for the best grades a.li..lZOC
on tho growth of the hair. It Is with and IVi cent to 4 cents a pound for Mammoth Mail Order ffouse.

good reason that !great musician, such lower grades. The nuts etlll. have on a

i'r as Pagauinl Liszt and 1'011t'rewllkl, generous coat of dirt. 211 West Bay St. -1'. o. Box OlJACKSONVILLE, FU
are represented with a growth of hair "
At the "rn torJ' they are dumped

which Science Absalom has proved might that have stringed envied In. first into a drum where the dirt is remo Is a new and great Invention, as It suras time\ money and labor It will work J. J. WILLIAMS, Proprietor,

rtrumeuls have a favorable Influenceon >'ed and a powder, la mixed with horizontally, upnldit down or,at any angle< It U Impossible for the rope to slip
them to brighten aud polish them. At when locked( and DO lever or trigger; rope attachment used In this device.
the growth of tho hair while brass the same time two fans separate! the There only,one hoist, loses and lock the load au.llt Impossible for the rope to CASE GOOPS-EXPKESS PAID. '
lust rumen t act lu tho oppoblte direction light Rod shriveled nut front tbe per. jam or clufe, and th..rel. nothing to got out of order In this original: tackle block .
Every cue had probably observed feet ones. 'rho nut are then clumped I May be seen at the ADVOCATE: ofUoo Tltuavilla; and are for sale by tbe At DEsOIORi'E. Idlebiook\ Whiskey drums-Distil'!

that a bald violinist Is as rare as a on slowly revolving tables where ne i Inn'lo' /Supply Co., Kant Hay street, Jacksonville .'Ia.I 4 Full Quarts . .h.s 600Ia0Pinteiodrum.s ( Hot:I I I Collect. ;

bald born plnj'er la common. Wood Instruments gro women and girl continue the 6 . .1. . 71o : 1s 3l I
such us the flute seem to I 12'." . . . J2 75 :n00llalfPinteindrum.: .
have no pronounced Influence either process the I.ad.! of. separating the good from THOUSANDS OF'TUEM SELLING IN' TIlE vEW ENGLAND. STATES.For 12' ." frelgb'paltl..I 00 Sold*only by drum. Will not break dr

t1 ,,'a1.-l'arl. !Icnestrt'l.HI. When the nut are cleaned aud separated all "kinds' of bimlooHHOS where a Tackle Block) Is u.ed- WILLIAMS NO. 10 RYE. OLD. HOMESTEAD CORN WJl1K:

they are carefully sacked anllralll'll 4 Full Quarts . . ., . p$ 3 20 1 gallon Jug ezple8a paid .l j
Wife's Ad vie*. according to quality and ore 0 . .4 5lCORN/ W UISJ Culled
Sir William Trclonr' toll me once of then old at 4''j! to ell'ot.* a pound to 13 ". . r. . . I 0 00 EY-Elpre ll 1
Walton-Vinton Patent Roller BushedSheaves Forlr. it
C the ocr\oiiHnrR he felt on the very From Rocky) ; per bottle .
i Jobber all over the country the OLD HALIFAX RYE. Rocky Fork I
,7 liMIt ommlou when be acted as a chair
yr, lie tenterhooks he jobbers they find their way to street 4 Full Quarts . . . $ 4- 20 N. C. White and lug. .11
wan was lest
) on vendors candy manufacturers and factoilus I t1.. . . . 6 00 N. O. JVblte, hotter f
honld do anything malapropos: and that make peanut \butter and These long Roller floating Sheaves, which are looked upon as the greatest 12" . . .1. 1:100: ) :N.O.Whlt..fill.. ... M
ronxultcd his. wife oa to how he should salted peanuts.....Uschaage. antl-f i lotion roller bearing the world are without cages to bold the rolls In ''SUNNY Laurel Valley Corn . H
act "I do not know what are a chair. place, aod thereto," are far more durable and run with far less friction than the bourn RYE. :

mitn's duels but If I were Incited to i>ld-style cage The nhvave. canting are made solid, standing double the strain of 4 Full Quarts '. . ... 2 75 .RYE WIIISKEY-Express: CoJldCl
tike the chair I think I IIho| 'l 1 sit In Empress Euganla's Playf" n.... the skeleton Iron sheaves:! I 6"I (I Per ,

A It." wag Lady Treloar's reply and this Some years ago the Empress Eugeniewas )2" . . . 8 ooM Copper Distilled and jag GaN

advice the Knight of Ludgnte IIIII a capital baud at whillng away . 12 00 Queen City :. . .
I I tier own and ottyer people's time when South . . .
rigidly fo1IJned.-Londou P. T. O. YELLOWSTONE BOURBON Sunny S
renldlug at obscure watering places 'Walton Block' Coe Rye Malt . . .
where the accustomed resources ofrojal Self-Locking Bottle, . . . . . .* 15fi IlurdleRyeSpeclal '. . 4
Seasoned.Auntie C..e . .,. . . . .'. ij 00
.4 Kllf'typre at fault Ou game Overboil . . :
-I notice your dolly doesn't which she !Invented and which gave 404 Atlantic Avenue, BOSTON MAS. OLD I BOONK-Express Collect.filch Hill . ? . .
cry "Mammil":; when she Is squeezed much delight was this: A costly jewel I Bottled In bond by the U. S. Gov'm't, Planter . . . 6

' r cow She did when I bought her.for was placed upon a saucer and covered 1 Full Quart . . . .($ 1 1S: Old Uoone . . . .
-- -- ----- ---- 12" ., . . I'rhatelfal. f
# you with an Inverted teacup, A lady then ; U 00VlIlIl1m. !:
r' Sletr-No. auntie: but you forget this tossed them to a gentleman seated 'on CLrapofruit: ; and Ornnge Trees.
v In her second season out.-London Opinion I I -SEND US A TRIAL ORDER-
the opposite tide of the room, nnd If ILyST QUUALI'l'1" I .
We have. over 200,001) of : that can be produced with _. .
ho caught the flying utensils with -
sucha ---- -
I skilled labor, and our experience' of over 20 years.We -- ---------- "
pfrady" hand that the jewel tva not I
bud principally on SOUR ORANGE: MOCK, but can supply Orspefruitand
No Such Luck. displaced from under the cup the gem l some Granites oo ether stocks rALSny CO.; A ln.ntn. Gn.
"And do yon dell these beautiful '
thought of soul for dolhrn" became the property of the ludy. Of roit Tim 1US .WIT ()(oun' CUSTO i:usINDIAX J\\.OXj TIII:
yvitr mere course the gallant who was to 'catch"' JU\'I:H. we have established.a ItKANCIl NURSERY NEAR FORT -41 South Forsytb Street
I alit I'xclaltned. felt an Intense solicitude Inasmuch as Pierce where we have S8t' $$) choice Orapefiult and Orange trees, buddedSn Sour
"Nope" ," Mid the poet sorrowfully "I the prize for the lady which bill adroitness Stock-one and two year buds In floe condition for planting. ':ef PEST MACHINERY ON1 EAn"1I

I t i Keldom get more than W cent for might gain or Jars awkwardness REMEMUER-that In buying' trees here, YOU TAKBJ :NO BISK OF BRIXOIXOIK : I FOR SAW M1LI )"|
'em.Clerelaud Leader lone had a value which .rendered. Its Will"" FLY I:>ITO \ovn oiiovit:
i '- -- potmcMlou exceedingly: desirable and Send for new deaetl pave ealalogae, with \prices\ and full Information. A' tra.e.r Our Portable Sap Mill Outfit snMoney > f
.. ..
. Tit For Tat. made Its loss acutely felt It I* said G1.lJnl1A".M IOI11O1IH IVlll'WO 1'JeF. Sa
"Jaiitf.** floated downward a voice, that the emperor was the bent catch Complete line Portable sod 81' J t
Wholesale and Retail
"lf that N Mrs So-nud no. I'm no, In." er" of them aA. and when he wan pl'elJ. So. Office, MJAMI, FLA. Engines and bolle,.. Wire Cable,

I ,.It U Mm -ltllo1-ao.\ ," floated upward eat the game was played With an enthusiasm -- .--_. .- -- -. -- _- { a Saw Mills] and Wood Working ypachicarried

a voice "andie! \ glad to bear It.- ,' which would rival that of a T \ l la syxik\ kIet

. KHUKUH Cite Journal. thfrUy populated nursery. THE ADVOCATE JOB PRINTINO OCHt: : i DOE:! LT-TO-DATE WORK "know Jour waos, we caD
Write for catalogue.I .
ply you._

av ay .

.' .:
.. .. .:.1 ,,tit : .
.... :....' I'', '. ', "f" : ,' '
J..i-iw..altl J. s.
> ,
'IfL ..
: '''. l.j
j 'I.
!f'o '!IIot ,... ..J.hf .d.. : .; ; d .. {
._:__tl : : <" ". . ", L-; r: \, .


iii' -. . . '0' ._ "n '' '
u '





.. .
--- --- --- ---- ---

t.. YYYYYYIP Y9i'YY "Y1i'sd'li' /' 'OVi SHIRO PLUM.It I I THE STOKESIA.The Mason M.- Clark Co., 1 1

I Is a Remarkably Good Keeping and Plant Can B* Easily Multiplied.

Shipping Sort. Division of Root Commission S5SS5 Merchants
NQi Don't neglect your cough. i Among the plans of comparativelyrecent There ere relatively few perennials ,

Introduction In Nova Scotia that will bloom tli J flrnt year ffon

t few If any Rive greater promise of tIng seed even 'when the seed U started Indoors I AM FLORIDA
i Statistics how that in valuable market sorts than Shlro In March or earlier The stokc 4a 2o7.StH 11'aahingtdultit. 4
New York
City 0 It is one of Luther Kurbank'a varieties II will do so, and thU Is the must stitli. VEnETADLKSOUK '

en alone over 200 people die: every week from :s: entage.and has a somewhat rompllonteil par masses factrytay for bedding of raising! It lu large NEW \"OHJ\. SPECIALTY

consumption. It makes a well fonneil. TaM bnpej In mixing plants from semis I found t

-aa head neither too upright like Wick- tin extraordinary diversity In foliage Oranges Grapefruit and Pineapples.P. ,

Ry, son nor too spreading. like Burbiuik habit and flower" Some plants did. not .

It has t x>n a rigorous grower and so fewer until late fall, while others ___ ___ J
And most of these *
consumptives might far as tooted (wblcU I think hits boon bloomed very early and kept it up for ;

conflnml to our bent fruit section tbe three mouths R/uhlman & Co. ,.
be living now if they had not neglected the .e> Antmpollii valley) It has p o\.(.l perfectly The stokes can bo easily hIIIt1IIIl',1hy < .

handy, sxys a writer In Hardening. (Mvtslon of Us roots., each on, ofSTOItS'
warning cough. 201 Waiilitniilon St 1 NEW YORK
/ I. i
2S' It needs heading I n. like any otber
OS Murray Street, J N. V
the strong growing Jftlnnl'Be plums.

It comes Into b..nilqg fairly early
You know how quickly Scott's and onrrlo n heavy crop of fruit almost I. :

< entirely on the t\\o-yenr-old wool' Oranges Pineapples I

I II Emulsion enables you to throw off a $ I .

cough or cold. S> Flo-Ida Fruits Our SpecialtyepreiHont / rand

i iH'

1 several, oftho| largest alnppers In jour flute, am) 'I'l.h to reproaenyuualnn. 't ''j
t ALL DRUGGISTS Boa AND f 1.00. J\

1d s1 live usa trial alilpnient FMabllsheil 30 rears ,
'OOOOOOO' tQItQtOc.OOOOOtQt' I"rrl t r/e' I

y, -

)A, Professional 'Cards. No lee of Publication.IX TIE eYe:>

KTIMJ CIRCtIT COtTRT'Of THE I REVKVTI tt' 1 t 1 1' Jt tolisomv111o: : F1or.1 1a- '

EO. M. BOBBINS, Judicial CHroult of Florida, In sad fur "
r Mrevaril County In Chancery: A. 1). IUU7. The best known and largest liquor house '

l Melt P. Nelson S "Knit' for Divorce Order ofJ d
1 l".":>l'<> tloo agaluli<< Maggie| I ,
ATLAW.I Maggie NelM! Nelson,
Jt- To Maggie Nelson efeniUnt In the above cause t These |>ilcra Include exprms charger" These prices do\ nut include express
I practice In State and United States It a|>|>uarlnft by au all!"larlt Hind In Ibis einne" charges. It )iiu want HI to prepay, add j
>gue, that your where bout I* not known ana that
and ,(Court. you are over: twenty one VMM of age, eto. 4 'Ita.| Forest Lawn KyelleicMandltte ,f I 2 75 "* folio"i 1 gl, Skis t 12 gain., "Gets jg ., I
Now, tlierrfore I It la or lertMl that I you enter 's' J gals., \Vdots\ t 4 gals, *1 lit I ) I '
U. . . (H) ,
Office at TITUSVILLE, FLA.L. your appearance to the bill filed In \the above
tow O..IIM&lCalnot yon. In the olert oRIn of the 4 . . *.7S '
starve| court at Tliimvlha KlorliU, on or before TUB smuo ri.cu. :: : ? KxiraHiar Itye . .Per Oal. fl.BO
OAULDKN, the tenth day of 1<'ltbM..r" A. 11..111I""f. Entree) ASTIR. U .. . . SW KioeUlor: i.7:h

e you taken defend>>* oonfeued came, the by bill of and o iuilalnt the| cause will will lie For tills reason while It bears abundantly [The largest blue flower of the eompoilte 4 lion Mly . . . :I.O:! Hfdmnn U> ? . .?. '. a.(16 ,j 1

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, proceed I ex rarteItlaDlreotHil you ; 'it rarely bunks down from the family Btokes alter (Stoke.is eyanea). 11 .. .i .. . j. I DINI Kxillnnd Hye, . . :a.25
that tMe order tie niilillnhpcl In loud of fruit as tines two-yenr-old wood hardy perennial that blooms the ant : ManlNiul Monogram '. :ICO/ y
4 Jim ttiiekner' Hye. . 4 (1"1)
practice In all the Courts of the Btataorlda the EgerEnACT ADVCX( ,ATK, a weekly newnalfrpubllshndst'1itnevIIe.Brevardennui Florida I IssutllcentystrongtoeuplWjtit.( ( ] | This ).car from ae.d. Flowers four or five 12 ? 10(Ml IIIMe Valley . .. .. ::1.1()

,and the United Btatei Com*. once a week for eight oooMtciitl we..ki? with* 1s well shown In the accompanying 11. Inches aoroas when well JI1'OwtJ.J] 4 .. WaalfortiConnly 4 50 I1"1"' r' lillntf. . .. 3.BO j

O Box,13ft. TITU8V1LLOC, FLA.. little delay a.* may be| and that 001,1.. posted ..- lust ro tlou. bleb It disconnected, and given good 1:1": : ,, : 1050 1V. Jlarl'"r. . .. 3.AO4.X
.t the court hou ediMirof Urevard .
"Irlnn twentylave from lain county The fruit Itself is very handsome one care w'ill make a plant and will bloom 4. .. flee. Valley . ... j (0,1 .". ..t ))
J. VVKLtB Done and ordered at the above court,at Tltunvlile, Florida, lists ftb nay 4 Kolm "'ruilng . /AIM Malt Whiskey" . . .' :a.oo
of December A, D., 19(17. Js large to tery large running very Is easily practiced by an amateur .
4 1 W . /A XI up to .(N)
[ttt.Ct.Sell: "' ) A STEWART, of IlmperMve
uniform to slz. heart shaped a and It Is the commonest methodby
A ATTORNEY -LAW Clerk Circuit Court; Itrevard Co.fhry. 4 .. Oak . . ft.flll) GeorglaCorn ,. It 1.60 '
111 practice la the Court of the 7th ll IITawAsT.P.C. fine light goldeu Fellow with a wblto which desirable varieties of hardy 4 .. Lewis' (VI. /K (no TynnesBes Co,D, . 2.1 H) I

ult. Taxes paid for non-reeldents r5 J. Webb, Attorney r f .A'I o

1. rents and account" oollected. would bo described as follows: Form, these varieties have been furnished by 4 .. Club . . /A 0(1( Mone. Mountain, . . .' yool.fiO)
of Mortgage. roundish heart shaped; size large to seed I 4 .. CHUB: ('suilng.irltllydlnhoud A.(MI Tom (IInUuttYs . . . .. ',
aYILLE:, FLORIDA I J. k' botilod Holland (Din . .. 1.60(
very large; rarity shallow
CsmShl riRrtTIT FOR BRE- narrow; stem, medium length slender; hardy In western New York and even 4 .. MaltAmerican . . . 4.00B up to .". a.(HI
FEPHKV E. FOSTER, IN Yard County; *triaNJoAl; ,. ,, suture merely a Hue quite distinct; Boston, and. so far as I know it has 4 Matt . . \ (110 New England Hunt, . 175 ..o, '
4 Laurel Valley Corn, 3 SO .H|' t< 2.60 (
Royal J. Whitney, apex very slightly painted; (color no Insect enemies or dI8I'Blllt"I.-II. O I
ATTOKSET-AT-LAW fV>Rnsc, reach, Apple|
4 Sums Mountain C..n .t.TIZdIO p
clear golden yellow; clots, small and In Garden Magaalne '
Complainant 4 5. Ilopherlie 'I'onto. . 4 (INI) Anlool, Blackberry ana A
Jyal-Upchuroh llulldlntf, Jax numerous; bloom thin and white; skin, llunnaa. llraatllss. . 160
4 Devll'n Island Olalln . . 4.oo +
JACKSONVILLE:, FLA. VS ) FoncloRiire ofMortgage. smooth firm and tough; flesh yellow Bride and Bridesmaid Ao.... 4 .. ( 1'hosiihate . . B.liO up to" :ii.00
rA Mathleu mvlelle and his wife, and juicy; stone small!, oval flattened, New varieties of flowers are either Port She, ry, Catas ba.
Fill' vt 8onvlellll,100" HarahO. nearly free; flavor pleasant subacld seedlings or sports-that I". either the Don't. Overlook Thtee.Oouds Ire Uiackberry Wines, . 1.00
STEW AUr; Ih.Frle.eand her husband La- to i Bottled at the Distillery up to" II :300
Kayette Hoyt DeVrle. almost sweet; quality, good very pollen of two existing kinds Is mixed. I
FIRE INSURANCE. Defendant.. good. thus getting a new variety called seed fl"1111"1'. 1'lnta, 10 dos. por cask . ,fill 00
NOTICE TO NON- &8lDENT DEFENDANT It Is a remarkably ,good keeping and lings. or a bed of seedlings U planted i.JIIlUll&lrJLllnUll IAl' Ulan eaak, per dos . 1 60
To Br h C DoFrleM and her himband. Lafat* 1/17 Export: Blue Label, 10 dos per osak HBO
present only strong and reliable shipping: plum owing doubtless In conS If the goddess Flora Is kind somewhere I) T) C2 ?
ette Hoyt Dei'rleM, DufeudanuiYon to Its firm flesh and ) IJ 111 Jv o s s l.".s than cask, per Hint . . 1 00
companies.ice .. are hereby reoulred to appear to the Bill alterable measure in this bed a flower will grow
[ corner Palm and Pine Streets. I of toruplalnt tiled l herein ."..I..ot. the la the tough skin standing/ up Well duringhot the same In size odor and shape but =: ",?w1r---. --=WROTE FOR PlUCK t IiTaz=:. '.=: ::::"-=--=
above entitled caner, on or before second . .
weather early
dsyof MarchA.D.laol. TheKA.T CoAr Ao- different In color, called a sport. The --- J JI
ee TITUSVILLB FLORIDA vocals I I. hereby. designated a. toe newipai. In the season when jrooa and attroc- I names of theme are Influenced by their f

In we whichdhlh.k for flteoo I ordxmhill* Hutlve lie weekWltneiw inililliheil-. once a the plums are scarce, It bring high I pnrentnge. For Instance, a hod of I

ARRY 0. UfLKT, IU' hand and neal. of 011I,>. this 17thilay prices, as Its size and color attract purC'ballt'rII seedlings was planted which because
of lanuarv A. D, IW'K at onceSpiraea .
of their Immaculate whiteness, were
[dua.ofot.ctl) A.A. STEWART, I
Clerk (lira lit (ViiurtByO called Undo roses They bad not beenon IOR

rnrsiciAN & SURGEON. D. L Gloutplaloaut, A.STEWAPTto.C. Anthony Wsterer I the market and. this planting wan n

rVilloltor.Notice.. This charming plant has many admirable venture to nee If their color was "true.

TITUSVILLE,, FlORIDA. qualities all Its own, says Gar Winery they bloomed, a single pink

/ dening. Tbe new leaves are as pretty flower was discovered among, them

as flowers being Irregular, In white identical In everything except color, LL PVRPOA EiS

r. GENERAL DIRECTORY. is IIERKHY SIX l pink and green Later on the lose' the which was promptly designated Bridesmaid .
NO mnntheafter slate' I ( r.Epr"HT. iJ. K' brightness of leaf and the stlffer stems 1

U.8.8EN4TOM.rallarerro for a Wilson final nmrhnriie, County, Judge a* ailmlnletraUir of lirevard oounty of the appear growing/ from twelve to six: These two flowers have attained a The "CHARTER" .

,...... .......... ....J&01<.on.III.. Kutateot Mr Martha Z 'Arhuvler: I teen Boutetlmes eighteen inches and higher note than any two pink and I
.. iil-47 WALTER SWEENEY. bearing blooms as large as the stem white roses In this (country states the Gasoline Engines ;

i 1315voter. U. B. CONGRESSMEN. will hold of pink flowers lasting In New York Sun. There Is scarcely a

k Sparkman Clark.... ............. .... ..Lake.'faiuiia.H City.. jy OLD NEWSPAPERS for Sale- 1 bloom for a long while. wedding/ not adorned with them in Will furnish power at a trifling cW for

Lamar::::::.:.:::::::::. ::. Montloello.: Cheap at this oBlce.11' spite of repeated efforts to bring otber every purpoiie.! No englnrrr required. Every )I

U. B. LAND OFFICE varieties into vogue farmer ran utilise The "Ch rtt'r" In a dosen ft

Thnhh, ......i.. ... ?........ ...Register.Kublnaon ways. We )have them In any bores, power '.
..... ... .. ... ... ....Kooelvor \11'" ,. f:>- ,:. )/t .f The American Bird Cherry. We are the largest dealers In Klurldn, and '
Offices at Oaiuesvllle, Florida. Qf'1' JII t''j"t' can supply l your wants st a saving to youWe \I
.. The American bird cherry or plu
l .1.., .. aim
DEPARTMENT soil Marine Motor Boat
EXECUTIVE .;.. ...:r cherry leon II. Browsed ...... Ooyeinor. sup Iles. etc.
1'II'If'I Uttliigfl ,
: |
s- ." |
; '" : !
lay I Crawford .Secretary of State 1. .>: ,...- .sf( 'jr. '" '"h/oU/ shrub and more useful for
Knott,.....:::'::.:'::. ..... ...Treasurer.illin. I -- certain kinds of planting than Is usually Write for beautiful Illustrated catalog,
ail ......, ..,..Attorney-general :. .') r No. a I. .'
H>C, ( room,''.. .. ... ...Coat ..troller.MrLin.CormlcloterAgriculture. c.o"Q + ort' UH' I'jII,. rt'l'.l1o\h\r' \ 1\ supposed It thrives In nearly all '
i ; : of the United States and Canada
/t1 parts
I Hollow;... ..,.Bupt. Puhllo Instruction
Ton R. Foster.Adjutant-Ienenl. and In many sotln especially on dry, FLORIDA GAS ENGINE

Hralford ... .... ....HurreyortteneralRoue Bandy tracts, where it is difficult to get \
,,,,.?? ...,:., ..,.... .State Chemist: John White & CO., AND SVPL Y CO. \
tAmo ........ .....State Examiner good results with many of the common 1
Offices it TaUahu.M'lorld.. LOUISVILLE. KY. shrubs. The tree grows usually TAMPA FtA. :

eliJlJI FLORIDA LEGISLATURE I IHulnon bUbllilMd_ IUTBlllnrt r' ,,r x to a height of fifteen to twenty feet J
H *
Miami,,... ....?Senator. raMr...? 4'wia/r though it may grow taller under favorable '
HJou.Titusville.Repreeenuttive.SUPREME :: ::: .
FURStnd conditions a rapid grower
lye -.- ;
: COURT JUDGES. tits and "will nake,a good showing when

t drl .H. ':rki.iii:::.'::.':::':.:AleoUate,,..Chief Justice.Wbitneld Justice I: .. .Hldea.w. .... w 0 tip two or three years planted The tree WASTING STRENGTH.

Islilullet e. ..... ....... ---- is not particularly shapely or band. .,

RAILROAD COMMISSIONERS FOId some as a specimen being. better
CR r" : = -
rsoq B' Browne etairman.Key West adapted for massing In backgrounds or
:nelson' Burr .: .. .....::::Little I Hirer.Klltuh tiorA proof that Lydia K. IMnlcmill's for screens The foliage is bright and
tl Dunn, i rk't; : ::;:::::::: : ':::, woman from surgical operations. clean and the flowers abundant andbellu'H1 I Women who suffer from unnecessary, disagreeable, I:
alquartere and offices atTallahaaMe,Ha.
.-F. A. Waugh la Gardening. '
{1 CIRCUIT COURT. Maine Dire( S.writes Williams! of Gardiner; painful* weakening, female complaints, will find that

'' .Jones.TltnsTllle. CircuitJudg Powdery
Jonea Orl.ndo.i'roeeeutingAttorney.I :;;; : i I was a great sufferer from female Oidium Mildew. Wine of Cardul is a safe and pleasant remedy for all
I I'rtnl Term-Fourth Tuesday In March. 1tFerrv'ePetila troubles, and J. diaE.Pinkham'sVege- Oldlum Is one of the roost serious diseases ,

ail ferm-Fourth Ijesday lu Outolwr.COUNTS' / ; able Compound restored me to health of the grapevine and the only ills. It all the delicate Inflamed .
ilea Rrctlielieiill.iltheinoatn ,,;n 1 .1 their acts directly upon ,
SCHOOL BOARD. uI own. In three months, after my physician serious fungous disease of vines la
Walker. Superintendent.. .... .TltusvllleJ'sE. -very psc (.iofabounowl ,' (1 I I.l.IItlherrpolatkm declared that an operation was ab o- California. '. tissues purifying the blood throwing off the clogging'
G.'I ,
jHatamlaidauro tha ,
B R. K Minis jtilgb )
; 'l. Carter:: : lowly necessary. It Is capable of destroying 'the whole
Turnbull. stlai
'II Honaventurei COUNTY COMMIftSIOVERS.Conkllnir J. r.rrrS % >'S h. ,r Jil IB M mailed FREabail Mrs. .Alvinfc Hrerllnjr JilL of 154! Clcy. crop In moat vineyards In bad seasons 'matter and relieving female disprders such as Irregular, $$1\
u. roessl. Ave Chicago writes

S 1 A,, Tltnsvlllei I ,;chairman John R, Mlot Tlllmu; Indlaaolai I' P. ;A.un 11lower."Til"'PioIs r-aTi.-i.iit.IatM.R, P leuad.'Sad 4 rysSJSKZXSZ tar. an* bourne*. I suffered from female, ,troubles s a If Much not controlled.more damage U done to vines scanty, profuse, painful catamenia, prolapse, etc. {

lloblnion, City Point| T.J. Cock.lmit; La.ii tumor and much Inflammation. Two and grape4ln California than is usually .
1:1>. D. M. PCMRY CO., Detroit, Mktri. of the best doctors In Chicago decided Also relieves headache, backache, dizziness, ,
.. ,
lar sessions are heM first Monday In each supposed but the control Is much
that an operation was neceytary to save .
6 6S 6e Q.BRETARD COUNTY OFFICERS.nnr 6O YEARS my life. LydlaU. Vinkharo's VegetableCompound easier and more certain than In most cramps, dragging pains, nervousness, irritability, etc.
cured without wine growing ('Ountrlell.-Fredfrlc' T.
+. ,Tltu Tite.viiI..PrN lllet..County) Judire."ainden EXPERIENCE an operation.entirely" me !l BloletH. If you need advice, write us :a letter, telling us all .1.:

Stewart, TltueTllle. : :: :::County /'Invite I _.
'Ull, Tltu Tllle-. .. ../.Tax Ae.eacr. FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN.For Seed. We will send free advice (in plain J
.HAII.TIrn..llle..Tax f ollentnr. thirty Lydia K. Pink.ham' Pansy your symptoms.
Henry, Tltusyllle i;:: ::. :::. Treasurer.J years Growers commence to pick sleds
.lker, TI'navllle.County. Tltuovllle. ...8111"rln.I."t.Frl. Surveyor" .. from.roots Vegetable and herbs Cbmiiound, ba been, made'the from the middle of t May< till July sealed envelope). Address : Ladies' Advisory Dept., l

rown,TIliwTllle,... .. Sheriff.Vorwood European pansy seed comes too late Tenn. ?
: i standard remedy for female ill*, The Chattanooga Medicine.Co., Chattanooga,
I. for this remarks a writer In
TRADE MA"a8 and has positively ulWl thounnnds! country, ,

*- Wilson, mayor TOWN! J X COCNCIL Waller, marshal CopynoliTs Sedans a0.Anv.use.ndl women who have been troubled with Rural What New we need V9rker.here Is fresh seed and '. .
.x nollertor: ;J. P Wilson, clerk and tree. Ea.eedeholdSarrl.rtnwm.vgnlcalr displacements,inflammation,ulee ration ALL DRUGGISTS SELL IT IN $1.00 BOTTLES ;::
tl I :1 JolMt Henry, tax >, A Stewart I ar.v..ln au elsean ra.r a.Pva.lNnl.PronahlrnnR librofd tumors Irregularities American seed for American climate is
=rd.rj. onane. ,
IXiran, D. B. I J. Hall and T.ley : ,
I advice
I : good
, ylII. .. alderman The council meet drat tua..suutlsnso.ntial.L HANAMDtUO .t P.r.aeew ,r.. periodic imins, backache, that bear : .
ur..rur..yya I -
'lay In each mouth.TITIJsYILLr I .ant cr UTAW ::::::: t4et'"' resolesppeeul ng-down feeltngttatuleneyindlges- > anoints 'F1 J
....,6U. iirho.'isnr.a.5 Hardy .
BOARD or TRADE. londizzireH8ornenou3 prostration. ; The t kind of which "1 WROTE YOU 'WINE I 1 1In
hardy perennials
'\*. Robhlns president 3.M Dlnm. trra- Scientific' jfimerican.A Why don't you try it? .
Jtcbi J. .. U
rtr. :Sir IMnkhnm Invited all nickwomen MV" by '0)11 CARD
e t-'-ht| each month tl thelf reams, I b.newrirtayllls.Med ewtla:: rX.enlf.: Jjwreet erme.M a write her for advice by sowing seed as soon as It Is ripe. "'k'OI' lwrdul..r F...... fm.1oIH
J51i f"moXtna..$k kid-sy all New I pe Hj York the hall Rnlded'thousands! to Itemore faded .flowers from ill other were l..a..A.rwN-ALa. k.5. WalllK'J12 0 F
ALL KINDS OF JOB PRINTING & Coal : 'lealth. AddrCM, Zynn MaiL perennials :
ilL. T klo l.IXU
is member the ADVOCATE office. Jiraada
e .


_; 'f \ tr-i 'j ...i\&t Jj).) tru'l (!... 'I .'....\ ._i..I: ,i1 iDNd4tllvf., ....!- ..i1'JtJ/.t! ,,,"".,,, ., '" W' .;..,' '". v'A'' :.:: +.4.10<4 .uww......J ,...'r .. (,I"... ?..,-....c... ,<.dl Q.M.iYiNAr" e



------ -- --
J doss!. PBITCIIABD. president: F. 8. BATTI6'llca,!*,
t EAST COAST ADVOCATE Micco. n. W HAILE:, Assistant Cashier

+ t i ...IILY JOUYDnL .onO'PItD 1'0 ,.11. DaTIL Dr. atd Mrs. Dawson visited Sebastian
, + OMIMT or.. .'>ir IMblAH WTIB, till SundayS BANK
: r woa"B A '"OAYAII01'IO.
..- K Hurford left, Tuesday for a
j a
short to Cuba tOUNTY DEPOSITORY.
" trip
FUIILIkr L.! IvJl.aaID r. ,. ......., ._-_.";;. _.*
Col. Robert Carp I I. suffering from a "" -' > Authorized capital $ toocc

rj J Entered.at the rush';:at THiiavllle,, Florida,: severe cold, this. week I\ Paid up capital, $25,00

ai second-clws matter. Mr and Mrs. Catclerwood, of Charleston rr. Average deposits; $200
i W. Va., arrived In Mlcoo Sunday
CII".LU H. WALTOH,Editor Si rrorrlptor/ .
f ., MU Emma Dertelsen was missed from d Transacts Banlm
: a
Member of the Florida Prens Association.8nj school this week. she having the Ingrippe. JlCI = .

e i B".ny WJLIIO$.... ... >t. 'omlo.lnS Boomi r } Business

Miss Nellie SchoflelJ was the guest of ., .
1 {min writing the' AHVOCATK for Information Jean Ilurford and \ t
I Miss Friday evening '1
1 I, f losing of any a at&kind' adilrewwd the writer. will et>vel ouliirs).. by ep betas rday. j '. ; fJ.." Y .f t; Largest t and Oldest Bank on the Bin

John Day of Glencoe III, arrived In ySy: :- :' Exchange bought and sold on all J'Ol'elp
CheoasCoswIllaUrdenaeah"ulalwmadsy ; Mloco, Tuesday, to spend tbe remainder ;1:;; (;;J".c."" '!'J< rr" t I Countries.

a,.bts to C.ABLEa II, WaLTOH,proprietor, of the winter. \1 ,, r"J. .'' I ...tJoo" ... ..."recl.tfld.'Prom..h..rvl
Miss Katherine Greene returned Wednesday 1h1 + J 'wj + troatmeutandevery favor oonaUteut"Iirl
Adlreis all oommanloatloni I 4,;. 1"yt'.I Tv wAtlanta, banking It1'lnrerr.t.t. ,
KASf CUAMT AUVOTATB from a visit with friends at Palm \ ,

r I TrrusvibLB. FUJEIDA. i, Beach and Jupiter. /fl'7A\ i'.:tt ,..lrJ.?r'' ";.,, .x'w, {t1't I a. i Trnut CORRESPONDENTSEmpire CoMotor ml.a: ,. 42 lIro..I....
: = ,
t .
Mr, IlertelHCH, Mr. and Mis.' Bronx and I,i\.. !:t \\if;;. .I'"" ',*"I .', ". ., New Yor". N. V.
t .A; u..f .fI.{, : ; u! .t:4 The National Bank ntJaeewra'''
MR. DURHAM'S BIRTHDAY Mis. Ouerln bad a pleasant drive to Grant ?' aL'lt' -5 y JacklOftv\lle.: \ xis.rrii"U&4's .
on Munday.afternoon. '"
ANNIVERSARY. I1i.c, x i&.
.' Mr. Oueiln's handsome house U pro 1Bkffig Poderrrvtit .. ..
-- ---- ---- -- -
r grassing: nicely under the skillful workmanship -
;;.. A most unusual Interesting affair of K. E. Roberta
na, ,
: took place on Jupiter I lan
,;'; Sound Fill;, Saturday evening feb. 1st of ftrevuid onuniy was here Monday.
... at the Jefletsiin cot I ape, "Suuu Hal bor," Mr. Itri'tblseii<< took htm to Kuteland and with K ya! Grapo Cream of Tartar IraJ3 '

a ; which ha* been tented for the winter UlMDl. frog grapes-- : :

treason by Mr. Phil Johnson, of Phllft Means. O, nod W /Scott and James .

delpbla. rbe Interior of the house wee Strirett of Chnrlrstun, W Va, who Insures healthful and
i have been stopping at the Hertelten onto i
and decorated
artistically beautifully by rage for l be pat awn weeks, left for delicio.iis food for
: :Mr, C. B Jefferson, with tropical plants, Mlaml'l'uclld"l1flerlluun. every :L1Ari1 order House

\ flower and brunches of fruit*. Twenty .1. A. Jarrett, of Chailestoo, W. Va., home--every 'day. JsM DUomnt from List : fccljeblcr and Kingston Carter
relative and friend were present to who U spending the winter with Mrs.
+ I a ,4or 33 per cent., Unitersel 1, 40 per cent; Moniich, 50jimiI
celebrate liaR 8":>th birthday of Mr. Carr, at Em Onllle, made Mrs. Uertelsen Safeguards food
.., your against ,
,, and Madam Guerln a very pleasant cull,, -rt- AH brass (fittings, rough and polished, (fid) per ctr
Thomas Duiluni: one of Philadelphia'sino Saturday afternoon promising to return alum and phosphate of lime T RAJAH SPARK PLUGS and Protector end your nand
piomliient citizens, and a gentle later for several day's visit spray tioubles-Hat price, *i,80-IDT pore, prept
man whoHO mental and physical vitality *1.SO complete. Altjles deck HltlcRS, Edison Batter

+ 1 t are truly remarkable for one of his ego.It Mrs.A surprise Johnson party,'Haturdiynvenlng: wan given to! Mr Those and I and park lit fact foils, Wlif, Timers Dynamos, Lights, \\histt

was fittingly aald by one of the prenent were: Mr. anti Mis. Jnetln, Mr .. .. .. .. .
-- - -- Your
r speakers of the evening, that it had and Mrs. limns Mr. and Mrs Beitnlsen ,, Everything for Boatjnd Engine

ever been the> custoui of poet to exiof and daughter Emma, Mil! i.n.. Mlfs EAU GALLIE YACHT N O. bcjioltel.1 aod E E Roberts. .
at low
correspondingly prlCt'lI.II.VERYTIIINO'
youth, and turning to Mr. Durham be Muslo wa the older of the evening Mrs ,
*1 added that IJhakipeare In his "heven Kelly', of Mtelgwr' 111, rendering 110\1111111 i! I AND BEST; QUALITY AND IN STOCK.'W' .

Ago of Mau", bad depleted old age ai beautiful veleoilous, Dtillclous refresh o. siainiJDaaiiNr, JENSENFL.A
senile and tottering, but had be met men motile wets nerved and adraae asIa said K. M. & N. I. ATHLETIC GAMES.
-- '--- --- --- --
at 11:81):: each one wlshlag such evenings
1 of Mr. Durham' mould he surely! would week. ,
came every .
bare modlflmi those lines out of respect : .
to loch a glotlouexception. a* hi mHe'f.Seated The Jumping Off 1'luce. ; .
at I lie bead of the table the octogenarian

could see along Its sides to his and"Consumption I had almost had leached me In the Its jumping!grasp 1:; Racks Open At LP a. m. satisfaction to ours

right and left, his cone and. daughter .off place when I wa udvl fd 10 try UrKing's From Ocklawaba) 'Nurseries are giving); greatest
Athletic Games At 2:30: m. dreds of onstomeis In Florida. They aivt
and grandchildren, who all love, honor ) New Discovery; and I want to p.
and reveie him Some bait, Journeyed sly right now, It saved my life. Improvement Ball in W. O.; W. Hall: at 8 p. m. glow, and tbey always bear fruit true to name of vailety.
began with the first bottle
all tbo way from Philadelphia to show sod after taking one doKin bottles I wm' MOTOR BOAT"*'HACK, CLASS D.MOTOR DOT RACE CLASS Apupd ,r
t their devotion to this grand old gentleman a well and liuppy' mau ag4.ln," lay Speed 12 mile. or over > 12 milts or under Some satisfaction in this' )n i'lltDtlri' groves now, 'hinfcof the fun
and celebrate his birthday: a* I II George Moore, of Grimeslasd N. 0 A* Start at 10 a, m.
s their yearly custom. a remedy for coughs and colds and healer Start at 1130: a. m. tat Pilzo I -Silver CUT' depends on the trees you plant. MAKE NO MISTAKE but come
t of 'oak.aore lungs and for preventing ; lit Prize-bilver Cup 2ndPnell.mallo'Whistle

..j speeches When the anecdote coffee _served and roininlsenoes.there were .neuraonla( f>0o and $Ne.0.1.at Discovery Titusville Is 1'har-supremo. 2ud:1: Way Light /3id -Cumpaae.SICATS Headquarters for Reliable Trees: Jl oa,,irif'IS i to order.arrive; Ji1 P

Mr. Augustus Pltou offered the toast of many Trial I bottle ,free PICNIC GROUNDS and UKFKESUMEVT3 on LIGHT, ROUSE POINT dou't' '
I we replace them NO WHITE FLT.ADDUFSS .
theevening, which 'wa drunk standing ------- -- ----------- -- "

t,, aadrosilng Mr. Dunham be said! "My Keeping1 Open Ifouao

dear Sir, yon have passed the lour score Everybody> Is welcome when wo fee -- 0 W. CONNER Prop'r.FLORIDA.

mark and added five year to It, may you good ; and we feel that way only when KRITGHFIELD'S' BIG PRODUCTION ? .

live to paaa the five Moore mark. During our digestive organs are working/ ptop-
oily Dr. King's New Life Pills tegu TANGERINE, .
w the Intervening; yean may your mind late the action of molnnch, liver and
ever retain Its present resourcefulness bowel so pelfeotly one can't help feelIng -

.1 and vitality and may It never feel the good when he uses these 1'1111. :lit
t decay of the body at the Tltusvllle Pharmacy. TEN NIGHTS IN A BARROOM UNITED A PINEAPPLE WRAPS.

Those piencnt were Mr. and Mrs Phil

II. Johnson Mr. and Mrs J, Weiley NOTICE. lAT

Durham Mr. Israel Durbam
Wei I He Durham Mr 't. V, Durham, Mr. Tjtusvllle) Fla, Jan, 18,4008. i The great labor saving paper. It has mar

and :Mr, Stuart A. Morris, Mrs Joseph I will be at the following places for the I TITUSVILLE advantages over all other papers.

P1 Arthur, Miss\ Chailotte 8, Wood', Mr. purpoMO of assessing the taxes for 1008,
at the lime coined below. I would takeit
George D. Gideon Mr. and Mrs Ueorge aa a great favor If all ould meet meat Do not buy pineapple paper' until you see

W Purdy, Mr. and Mrs U n. Jefferson, the designated plHrJn at the time samples of our
Mrs. named. It will enable to
Cliauncey Oloott Mr. and idle, ma complete

'' Augustus Pitou and Mrs I. L. Wolf. my work earlier. and more W.correctly.II. HALL, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 8TH, '1908. TTra-itod. .A..

After the table was cleared dancing! ,
AI.olI.or'l It will be to your interesj"A
singing and friendly conversation Illbid Melbourne, Pat Feb. a. a. m, Brownn Hotel
out an evening' the memories of which H, Mon M, a. m. 1'0.I..ft\c.
xauhiltsTare.\ .> Its..at.'McMlilanh', Under a Mammoth Tent. WORD TO THE WISE 'IN SUFFICIENT."
willever linger la the minds of those Tropla, Thurs... 13s. a,. foRUiHIoeKunvitn 1
1 \ It "
e who participated. Hrttnila' Fri lap.10 14,a. in. It. --- United
Intro 14.j> m. It Paper Companj:
Isorirlniis ant .' III,.. 01. Pro,OIIt store
Indlanoli Wed "
las.m. ,[1.rrL.A.Th7. 11 GA..
Morr!tt.. It *' 19\,p.m.It ** .
Miami Metropolis n.ekredge'fhnrs. voa\ iu. "tAwkhart. B
suysiThat C: the. special three '\mill road tax Coy Point Mm 114, a. m. 1'ontolllo e

levy made by the Board of County Comrnlsalonorii Tltmvillo Hharpe Wet" "".84 Ml l,,p.a, m ni., "" Court" HOUR*
In their meeting (>( August ]lUlU!, Tbnrs 117.a. in. "'fontullloel East Coast Lumber & Supply C ft
.a drnnKa, Vrl. BH,a in. CooI..r) Chop
1907, Is Ulegil 1 Is the opinion of Judge N.i hen, 'I .... >toh, 3, moss 1'oWlllo. 40 PEOPLE 40 ,
Cm.veralWed. It 4,.,nit" "
Minor S. Jones who so ruled ((4tunUy .
Artei-U, 'I'hnrl" II.( a,m, "
afternoon when the matter wa argued, 11.u lover, Man usiu, Thue Cracks DEALERS IN-

before him In Tltusvllle. Lum.'bor: tip D"U.1.1d.1.n.g: ::rd'n"tor1.nl

It will be remembered that aevtral OF ALL KINDS.
I days ago( Judge Jones ruled adversely -YAKDS A"J'-

to the putltlou of ft. C. lUrJce of Ltoyn- TIlUSVtLLE COCOA, EAU OALLIE, FORT PIERCE, W ,ST PALM BEd(
ton, represented by lion W. I MOlt.
I I No Stronger K\Ilcnce Cnn lie y
; calf We are prepared to meet all) fair competition on house orders for IblpDl'dh'ect
{ on account a technicality the .a
+I C I'rotluct'd. from mills.
t t1 County Commissioners not having been
: i made a party to the stilt.h Look well to their record. What tbey '

t However Mr. R. H. Seymour ttor> I I have done ,,rnany times In years gone by i": HAVANA A88AU 1-ORfTAMPA MIAMI KNIGNT'SKEY IvW'!

;, Dey for the board of County Commissioners I. the beat guarantee of future results :

agAln appeared at 'fI ul\'lIle. Any one with a had back, any reader Peninsular &. Occidental Steamship CompaDjj l

Saturday, to. defend the tax levy and suffering from iirlniry troubles from
after considerable any kidney Ills, will find l In the follow.\ I "UNITED IO t
argument court STATES FAST MAIL ROUTE ::
Jdenoa DI r!, 'gSSZti.:*:,
ruled thnt the levy was Illegal It ailing leg e: proof relief and cure 1 Is .I

to come up to the) requirement of Sro- near ut hand: SCHEDULES STEA

lion 850, Liwaof PloiUU, wherein It la Mr. G. M Myeis, the well.known .. ,r '_ MAGNIFICENTLY APPOINTED PASSENGER

: required that sixty days notice shall to shoemaker of Winchester avenue and '= 1'4 =:1 .,(, r *, -. .*-- - Effective Feb 6. Inns, snteot] to oliang and Individual without out'o"*
.' given by publication the county's attorney 14th street, Ashland, K,., says: "Dmn's 'ft wn otlbu mvt Kuto( m on ftwtt 3 t S*r' "'!r" -.---------.--- -- (iMtpooeitent- -

B falling\ to show that such sixty Kidney Till\ are like true friends, tb. -- ------- F.pa4 ILrMlami. .. ..d..I'V < :-Ftldr.' :: I I
know them waM Ar .... ".... ;.. TuneaThnn, sate
longer tho better
div notice had been you they I MIAMI-NASSAU N
glvon. Weot .
Naeesa... .... .
1 Tax Collector Ilardee would da well are appreciated. I can add nothing: to Beautiful Scenery. ----- war<1Ar, Jlllami.. ... I1Vels, rllt"re..jl\atB.i. .ty
to levies the taxes on Dado the statement I first nul. In 18l)0 afterI Superior CasteKritchfield's : Lv tort Tamgs.. TTn :ire ii ;
county property ; .
Ire eet w Weda
a' now Judge Jones bas given the piocmed, the rented at the Ventura PORT TAMPA.KEY 80"b.I R. lbnnnds.I da'WedeFI : I'ILI1 r0.
Military Band 1
and .. ::: f
above decision. l>iug Cn. and took coulee of tieat- I Af .vans. Toes 1bsn sus
.....v..n... Tun... 'lhuu, .ate. J: !
i meat which' omrd me I was a1""lltlle.It OrchFSstra WEST.HAVAtIA, teorth. Ar Key W lIt. .. 1'".... Than I'IAta. ,
l Nelsliliorliood Favorite rl free from all b \clie for vastly three Noonday .. wand LY KeY West .. 1 Tnet .. Than /S"tB. II
ArPnrTsmi's. .., nos._ iktis, !"" '' f
1 :
Mrs. E. I>. Charles of Harbor Maine, ,cars, then I notlued\ a .alight lOb, as -" SouthILv Knlabta .11) Ntmd iTaw..76.in Ii
speaking of Klectrlo Bitters, says: "It the result of a cold Iu my back. A box Concert. ...... KNIGHTS HAVANA g ", ard.r, HaYIlla "IMOndb'wed/. 'rl',! fI"__
neighborhood favorite here with KEY ) urth. v t5.,... ; yiai'iTAi.ITiids;
Dona's Kidney Pills\ I I
us. qf disposed of IU I : .1
t,i: It deserves! to be a favoilta everywhere. ----5------- .to wsrdA, Knlpbts Key : Tue. /: Sats .J
It gives quick relief ID dyspepsia, liver have recommend this remedy to.many, DOORS OPEN KNIGHTS Buuth. ILv Koighi:Key I"all,aieepiwardiAr Cturday, I "
7:30 P. ,
complaint, kidney and have never heard of ODe who did not M. KEY WEST Key West Dsil aaturday"I! J
derangement malnu ape I r
KEY !forth v id 7' Weed ( Snuday
trl LIon, nervousnes. weakness and endorse the claim made fur It." wsr.tr hnlahte Key..ltttttiy, : ::aptKpp.t1! .
F general debility I'" aoUnn on the blood For sale by all dealers Price /50 cents
ass thorough purlflef makes! Ifrespeolnl-' Ticket reading tetw.MCnlRhU Key: and Havana can he nail vIa. Key West. f
I )ly useful as a spring medicine. This F'oote" lIlbllrn Co., Buffalo N. r., sole V .\ Time shows. U Central Standard IIIttb luerd), e:0. ,t ac Najwau which, Is Maaa time. f
q grand alterative tunlo Is sold under agents for the United Status., ( Inturm.t.os. and ilabamas AI to rhevrfnlly,'...""jter furul and '"t lieU''Jlb&upon rates application to all points la the United 8i.t f. C.apill.

t guarantee at the Tltusvlllo Pbarmaov, Remember the naroe: -Dosu'e and take Popular S Prices CHAS. T. MTtR3 P. J. BAUXDERS, r. M. JOI tT
; ,
0o. ee .
r on other Manager Taste Anent T. F:sit 1' A'


L F '

... .

F .... .\'''-'' .- .: ...:. ,'," e ."- < "." :'j...oM.........,.. ....1/ ..1+,wrl.. 'aWaL..9r. L5'.ir L'.CldltaY.pd 1 JiIti--" ... e ''f .'" ,",' .. r'' u'" v.

a .b,. .



I --- i :
........ ...NNNN.
NNN.NNNN. held at be Ion last.
on Thursday ee FIX IT AT HOME.
Thirty-five of the members weie prca I
EAST COAST NE"WS. : enl and the evening was much enjoyet Favorite Fertilizers are the'Best

Quite number of new members also There I I. so much Rheumatism.here 1 III
'; joined Refreshments were served about our neighborhood that the follow.
*******************. II o'clock. Col. Fowler resigned; the now i r 4

: prealdenoy)and t.: Alnswortu wa elcc log advice by an eminent authority, who Special. formulas-for ,

ed. writes for readers of a large Eastern dally -
News Notes Contributed bv Our Regular i ., '
will be '
Z paper, highly appreciated by *
1Git Corps of East Coast Correspondents Simple Restudy for Lu GrippeLa those who suffer. : t,: .
I '
Z grippe cough are dangerous a. Get frdin good balt "'> "*
any pharmacy one- -
1Nt NN1N4 NNNN.1........................ ... they frequently develop Into pneumonia.Foley's ounce Fluid Extract Dandelion one BEANS, '
Hour/ and Tar not only stops
it the oougu but heal and strengthens the ounce Compound Kargon; three ounce '

Please send all communications Eau Gallic. lung no that no serious results need 'HI of Compound Syrup 8arsapaillla.' Soak TOMATOES

Items for publication to "Editor fesied. The genuine Koley'e Honey and these well In a bottle cud take In teaspoonful ,
Titulflll.Fla.." Tar contain after each meal
yellow package. Refuse substitutes i
Ill .. SARAH ('. HOIXJSOS-riMll "XD 8ua. Tltusville Pharmacy bedtime; also drink 1)leuly..f good water
We cannot guarantee to publish OICOM. Kill Gallia, Florida I It Is claimed that theieaie few victim AND

p that do not reach this office before of this dread and loiturou diaeas ALL TRUCK CROBS. .
;uol weather
during the past meek. Mims. '
on Tb and ay a.fill who will fail to find ready relief In ibis -- |
asr The work of filling: In and leveling the
liver wall In the harbor i I. simple homemade mixture anti In mOlt Get lltcratuie giving price, analysis and testimonials from
doing steadily
\ correspondents oblige n.* by Moigau & Walton real estate dealers,
I ls
on. case a permanent cure the insult
W, E. GOLDSMITH Tltunvtlle Fla.
Tllusvllle. Agent, ,
tbe name of peoplu and
ig place This Is said
Menur .Mulligan and Hopkins simple recipe to lit r."lllh.-n
.. caught --- -- -
.inly a* possible I 120 n H) worth of fUli In our harbor and cleanse the eliminative tUsiit, 01
Lillian friends
e Ii Mrs Billion I Ie visiting
i Monday. In Yoluala county. the Kidney so that they can Illtrr and

Mr. David Ca tlemao returned to : train from the blood and system the Sanders Fertilizer
Melbourne. 1 W. Roberts called filend In TI. Company
on acids and ,
platoons waste which
Kentucky on Thursday last, owing to tusvllle I matter,
Uaeh lu the familyCapt. > on Wednesday event nil. cause not only Rhoumailsm" but nuinorou 1

I J. (1, Deal of Oak. Hill, wa In 111111'a other dUeast Every man or
O. W. Hopkins and the house Jacksonville Florida.
woman here who feels that their kidneys .
%RD W. OODE.-Re. It.tat@, Notary boat Wolveilne was from few days last week ou bu"fdet.. ,
lo and Conveyancer. Aiceut' for Mlut reported the me not healthy and active, or who .
I i oudonand. Olol...and Han runt 1 Narrow, on Monday lant. Henry K. Trltchutt of Jackm.uvllle. siitfeis. from any urinary trouble whatever ---- k

Ito T."ano.:tbe Interest Companies.* ft non-Special re.ldents.. attention l'apt. Knight; and a party of Yew wan lasts on business on Saturday. should not hesitate I to make up: F. A. MOROAN MAMAUKH. CIIAS.. ii. '\-AI.'ON. i

Yorkers, In the launch, ItoHoiutiry, were Mia J. T. McGuire U In Tltuavlllr, this mixture, as It Is certain to do muchgooi

.. lu our haibor, Wednesday lmt.Dr. : keeping house fur bur brother, A, N. ; und rtisv save you from muob OeG.6.JV: LPJ'O ?''
Subscriptions for the ADVOCATE Nolle. mUmy and suffering after while. t
nk paper of the East Coast will be C. C, Uootb' launch Is nearly Our honredruggists' say they will either
ved at the Melbourne Postotflco. ready for her owner, who 1* expected I 10 Wni. King! baa been receiving rftuin supply! the Ingredients.' or oils tile PIT-
..e5m tau: Oullle\ shortly irom Youngstown, O. for beau, biclt Hold for C4 M) per a'rlpllon ready to take If our re.uleik sac
and Mrs. J. B., Brother and! famt- Capt. JarvU, lat of the 78th High I hem.. _

Canton O. have arrived beret landers, ii. M. 8., left for point on the A old wave leached hire on Monday.

lower river, lu his yacht, E.ul.| ou Friday; but no damage WM' .dune to growing Inc 1ciL11G P1.o1'U.190aDo'V'o1opob.; Licensed,
A. Love of Buffalo, N. Y., joined last vegetation. ( ) t
ccCI ,letfd Mr. R. 1\, Glllman for tbe .. '
The Rrcuind* at the K. M. A N. I. are Mid Blanche Hal oI1 I.I now on a vtnlwith We take pleasure calling"'your at Watch this space If you want to buy property ,.

pa 0A ready tor(Ire base ball game ou the !2l'mwlmu : relatives and Mend In Boston and tentlon to the high grade '
sail Anne Erneat of Jacksonville, Is Uollln on the famous Indian River.No. .
College will coatnst fur the other places north kodak
nlIn i if her dang bier, Mrs. Charles T. honor pilnilngof and earner plo-
ride. I Mr. Marsh la planting quite extcn..lve' hires we" ate able to supply by means of
The finance committee appointed for ly In Irish potatoes Rmdeulnjf on the our 'long rxpailence In this line of wotktogether 1. Fine building lot In South Tltusvllle sop \. township :3S smith, ran/t 4l east;
Hanlngton and his brother-ln- the 2'Jud: of February 1st: Commodore; property. of M. T. Jones with the use of only the purest fronting loll feet pn the Indian close to (). K Wood's pineapple plantation I

Mr. Long, arrived from Chicago; J. A Csr r, J. E. M. Hodgson and W. II. I of rheinloals, Velox paper tied a mos IIIvef and extending\ bark to Front street t, on Ht. l.uole liver! ; 40 acres, Dade
reek H. Uleaxou.Me Andrew Kioscher Rnd inn, !M'or", thorough washing, process, tumbling. nIl a distance of :S73 feet", in Ideal spot fur a county. $11.(JO;) per acie.
were callingontheir friend I'. W. Itob- to gunantee perfect satlsUctlon and Winter Home. Price ';;
had T GOde'b"" to his Cbl- : '
gone i... Ullb"rt'Anll Couch returned arts, Sunday afternoon No. (I. Northeast if of northeast(
home after spending a pleasant from their .shoaling trip, Friday laxtI permanent' No. :3. Lot t01iU5: : : on Front sttet' sec. l 18, township 3* south, r.njtenealt,
Our rlo <. are'the Insist when
> <
; point
In Melbourne. Mri. George M Robbins and Miss tine water front just the location for a
left the I.l1clelh
hey game In the woods, h !t.v. on sun Id fOlk of Ht. rl.aOaore.; ,
la .
France.Uoblnllovf Tilunillol, were In quality ooiiHldeicd, "s pictures areprimed live mlnntos from .,
residence' postofllc
Ing made its
10 to Mr. and Mr. Claude Edge escape at Iron S I each 1)adecounty. fll.tlO( per acre.
a slims }rio. aud roll tlluis
on Monday, calling upon MI I and Moto; price, $\IHX) ),00.
on the 4th Initant. They are reng The developed for lh and according to No. bargain A 24 acre
judges" appointed to net on the Roberts and Ron up, No. of 7. A rare I
l$) !
We.ti northeasti aud
congratulations, lUjd/ me William T. {Well, of Mel .Iz.,. \ tract of lund 10 acres of which Is a bear.wflsttiolaoutheaatt4seo.Idtowaaldp
bouine A. !I, TerwIllelRar made hla first trip Full\ paitloulaiaand) price mailed for ( Plantation, near Mel
\ ing
and Mrs. tlubbnrd and ; C'apt. Wood. K. al. & N. L : and Pineapple
/ 3. 8t Irtl :20 HH> St. (l.uclu
outside, with packed orange( IrOm Xew the range acres,
of Edwin Conklin, of Lulus, Fla.Capb. Biking bourne. Good Packing house, Dock
Mabel Fargo N. D. are again
tl( )
county; acre ,
Hmyrna: to Savannah, In bU trim little Dixie Piioro Sfpptv Co per frame av. Pines are fenced with wovenwire
me guest at the 0's.rleton.DuBose Bennett took a Jolly party of launch Feb. 4tu. 224 Dept, A. Jacksonville, Ha, No, 4.Vo t if of notthweat J.. and fencing This Is an exceptional

and family, of t flu'vinoe, the K M, & N, I cadets nccoitipanioc Scholl re-opened on Tuesday, after a west t6 of southwest Jf, I iH). !lfl, township chabce for a party who will\ live on the

', am. again In their M..II"II i'tne by Home of I the olllOeiH, to the beach onbiimUy vacation of two week, caused by the ::1:1.: range 3D, Kill acres, Ht Lucle placa. Crop last year, 1WH) crates. i

for Ibe winter ranch to the de- lu tue luuurU Kocbeutei.: nuinipa among theocholai. MlHitSupbl Rockledge. county fll(I 00 per acre Pi 110., If sold before April\ tat, .*,OOIl.OO.) ) I

of their hosts of Meudit.i Capt. Cross; uf the Fluilda Fish A Smith I 1 Is again In chaigeof the ncliool. No. 0. Northeast Jf of southeast ,;4, i' Title |>etfect.

unit i schooner .f. F. Powell, oC Mel. Produce Co., was In Eau Uallle this
Elor e, left on M OA. here fist of the week
nard were lile.ors..tt.,1b. Powell Comet! oo Hodgson's ways while here | bargain' In lltusvllle and elsewhere on tbe East Coast IMorgan
on a few daya' visit l to hilt friend At, T.
Powlll, John Rodes W. H. Wright The houseboat Wolverine and party Jones, and to see after his ol'aogelotrove, Fred Buck took a trip to Jikiknonvllle' : : alts Walton.REAL ; .
amen Derry arrived at Fort Pierce Tuesday mornIng on Haturd'iy.'
CU last Mr. will Ml* Ella Kmmon In on aplcanur : ESTATE DEALERS
i. Lyon son of the lion G. R. Hopkins spend adayor ,
IL trip to Palm Beech ,and I Miami enjoylnvthe The Matthews brothers are having A .
has arrived for his anuuxl visit two at that town and then leave for TITUSVILLK:, FLOIUIA.Percy
boat house
pleasures of the paint 111 Kant Coast erected
parent' oozy borne on'the bluff- Palm Beach _' __ __ __ __.._ ______._ t
hotel but be In Mlm
expect to : before
G, W. SchuvW left for his borne In
view cottage. His host of Mel.e Col. Fowler and Capt. Wood returned March.
friend are glad to see him here on Monday from Fort Pierce with a large Mlabar on Tuesday. ,

Itnce! and social will be given at boat, In tow of Col. Fowler's launch fo Mrs O. T.gallon<< will arrive to-day. Mr. and Mrs A. I. Avorlll visited the G. Walton
the 7th and remain until tbe I
useIn the naval department of the K.. Newtou's on Saturday.
Carleton, Saturday, Feb 8th! for weather, sets In She will be at the bo- ,
U, << N. I at this place
nellt of tbe Melbourne band Ad. pliable.' home'of her mother, Mr*. C, 8iallou. Albert BlakcsUe, of New Haven Ct..
in, 25ot Patronesses: Mesdames Mrs. Kitchen and the MUses Kitchenare ( Is visiting his grandaionts.
Cumpbell, J. M. Ferguson and 11pode. cosily nettled In the Harrison- house; ; Tit W-7illo. ..Fla.
for tbe season. These estimable ladle W. W. Dullard, a prominent orange Our three hotels are In fine condition
grower here who, has been on the ex to acnommodi'e, guest this winter
ale a welcome addition to
our '
> launch Ida May Captain Claude society tension of the F. K C. Railway, at the
, van, carried the following circle and are very popular. i II urn and Charles: Prtln. ..f Foil '
hod here Jut week .
: key!' art aq extended
Christmas, are visiting J, R, House. FIRE AND TORNADO
to Cocoa and Rockledge 1 last Wed Capt. W P. Holmes, of Georgians; visit with bin mother.
iv, stopulng at tbe New Rock led jr was In "our harbor 'Tuesday with his Harry Klein Mod friends are enJolog'them INSURANCE.

'Inner: Mrs. Alice Hlllmao. Mrs fine passenger motor boat, with a jolly! Editor Charles II. Walton Dr. F. M. el..., fishing on: Lake Poluset. .
ard@ of Buffalo N. Y.; Mrs. F. D. Her crowd of tourt on board. The Robinson and wife anti Ml** France
i Mrs Murray Waukegan, 111.; hd a jolly time In Eau: Uallle. part Robinson were rnjojInR a drive through Mrs Freason, of Ocean Grove, N. J.,
Wallace Harden and sister New our thriving village on Monday after Is stopping. with' Mr.. (Je(). Zimmerman. RELIABLE COMPANIES PROMPT PAYMENT OF LOSSES,

; E. P. Ooode Chicago; Mm. Cy St. John's Guild gave an aftomoon tea noou. Dr. Robinson wa driving a fine Dr Allan Klikwood after pleasant .
at the residence of Mrs. A. H. of horses from the Obmi LOWEST: RATES. ACCIDENT POLICIES ISSUED. .
Hodgsonon pair Livery
'rter and two daughter, MisIt ; visit' returned to his borne In New York .,
Robertson, Mrs. G. H. Snedeker Friday lail. Tbe proceeds wete lu stables, Tituivllle.

R. W. bode, Mrs. J. D. Kodes, aid of the guild fund. Quite a Dumber number of city.W.
Quite n our people
of wloter visitors II. Blair use so far recovered his "
our. were
lelen Powell. .. present
will attend the entertainment
given by Tour Business Solicited .
health Respectfully
a< to return to his home In New
Gen. J. It. Cattleman took a short run the Eastern Star and Masons at Masonic. Haven Ct. .
to Kentuekyand return, last week. The ball, 'J'ltunllle.on! Wednesday eveningnext
Reference Indian River State Bank Tituivllle Fla.
est Oeoreiana. General, expresses himself as dellghte.ltb February 12th. Everbody will hit Mr Kitiost J. Lake Lledt.-Governor ,

I! the situation of Eau Gallie, ''.nd welcomed and an enjoyable lime will of Connecticut I I. visiting' Mr and Mi*. -- '

may be a permanent winter visitor while away tho evening.; Don't forget B. A. Newton.R. .
ry one U glad thatvRev. J. B the and date I
has been returned to us for aootb; The Halifax River Yacht Club have Utb.day -Wednesday, February A. Potter ,sifter closing the affair "

ference ,ear. expressed their.Intention of attending of the (Knot estate returned to his homein :Palmetto Roots I II
he Eau Gallie Yacht Club Bristol Conn.
races on the ,
Dawley Improving{ slowly and 22nd with a Ileet of boats The Club STAT OP OHIO, CITY OP TOLEDO )t i 'f'I
to be 1111' fen M. Ifustun has moved into lit*
to return to her own LUCAS 1'0\1l'1TY. I I .
be of
assured a hearty welcome Si
loa short time ."" may Frank J. Cheney make oath that he I II. new home, the Root cottage Ire will
Lena her second G. F. PaddUon took a run to Cocoa I.I enlor partner of the firm of F. J. rOn i take a few' Weeks' cruise on his Wanted-- 1O.OOO Cords Palmetto Roots, ';1
was makloff
lib and Kocklodge, on Saturdayfa'st the Cheney A Co., doing bnlnbN In the City .

Ibonrne a merry Beach party Tuesday., of excursionist, WDooalnd also took In the dance a, of Toledo County and State afomnald, Mr and Mis7u.: W. Matthews, of lias- FOR WHICH A :FAIR AND REASONABLE PRICE WILL BE PAID.

tbe hotel at Hockledge.; Mr. and 'r.. and that ialdfirm: will pay the um of tomb, 0., have Arrived,, and are settled
I It Ellis finished Mr. Simmons Couch and a party attended the dance ONE HUHPHKD' DOLLARH for cads' and 111 their. cottage- Miss. Julia Smith accompanied
i, Monday, and It will soon be aillo.hlr.I every caoeof Cattarib that cannot be them.
for many pleasant trips, as In the cured by the ue of II all' Catarrh Cure
and Mr*. Stillman. of Clean JT. Y. delivered
Mr. and Mrs. W, 8. Oarslde, who were Roots be well summed and tout foot
one by, for themselves and lends went In Eau Gallie calling friend FHAICK J. CIIENKV must cut to length. and at
upon ,
Iu Kockledge last'winter, are at Hotel .
Sworn to before and subscribed In
1 and Mri. Wadaworth and on Tuesdav. Admiral and Mr*. Glllli me
hdLan River. Mr. O.i..
a prominent Tltus'.Ule.
I Into their new bouse last Mon. and Mr*. F. \V. Mickoey were Also In my pieience' this Otb day of December, mslnru man uf Toronto, Canada Palmetto Attract Work., J
A. A. W. Oi.EAiox YM
They are getting It fixed up quite the party. They came up Inl, the Ad. U.,1880. .
nd comfortable and have a nice mlral' fiDe launch. (JKAI.: ) 'Notar, I'uohc. Capuln D. P Moines made his first -"i
Hair Catarrh Cure U taken Internaly excursion to Melbourne- Beach In his .
idlpe ... The committee on athletic for the I ,'-iud act directly oq: the blood and new' hunt, Lena, carrying about 60 passenger .'

Welsh and daughter, ills) Jean 2-'od: IM" M follow: Major WeUowin, mucous surfaces of the system, Send AH\ bad; an enjoyable time. C. A. Spencer & Son.GROCERIES .
i cago; III, arrived Monday, and Mli11)r Ewing and l/'spt.; Miller U. 8. A. for teHtlmonlal free. .
room at the home of Uncle and These" gentlemen are all on the utatf of JI'. J. CIIENEY & CO., Toledo, O.

Hushes but take their meal the K. M. & N. 1,01 KauGallie.. SeeK Hold b7 Druggists. 7.M3. /iiifferlni; & Dollar, Havrd.K. _. ...
-- --- -
11*. handy
rod Mrs. Beck of Chattanooga CATER- ( lion ___ l.am, a carpenter" and l have bad many : RESTAURANT .
I IIhlve.
t arrived Saturday aDd are stop There'will be a doce la the Carleton severe cur lienlod l bv Bucklun Arnica ;
th Mr and Mr*. A. L. moer. 1I0tel..at l Melbourne In aid of tbe Mel Malabar. It him saved me tuffeilug and A good supply of Fresh Groceries Fish and Oyster a- Speclalty.' :.

, .ore old time friends of Mr. and bourne Dnnd. Let a good number at- ollars. It Is by fur the bUilt Letting always kept on band. Meal at, all hour*. I t'1

bile and Mr.-fllscock, when they tend, a* the Melbourne Band has been salve I have ever. found." Heals turn, Have money by patronizing m*. Special U'llt'iI1, tbe week. ..
oj living la Athens Tenn., many very helpful to ns In the pat and Bandmaster L. A. Tuttle Is here with his mammoth sores, ulcers, bye sore eczema and .;
go. Modes deserves all the patron; talking maehln J'U". >ar> IO at th/Tltusvllle !'barmao,. Your patronage solicited. Satisfaction' guaranteed. (ryM1l.EL'QIN
iI. Taller, of Madisontllle\ Tenn., age we can give Miss Nina Arnold baa been spending a : : GOOD M A N", .\

Tuesdiy of last week, and Is The Episcopal church,on young street, few days at her home here.Malabar Next to F. E. O. R,. depot "

her cousin, MM. A. L. Bruoer. wa filled to the door on Sunday morn. : Is enjoying revival ..ervlccs IiEPSKIDNEY TITUSVILLE:, FLORIDA
her third vista here and she has" I ng lest, W* ar pie iced to welcome conducted br 1t8 v. A. White at tin
I.. fiend* that are glad to see her General Cai'leman and family a* member school Louse
her marriage abe was. Miss Dru- of the St. John's_ Episcopal church! :
0. lbreath> and spent more than a They are from Louisville Ky., and are Miss Grace Brown and) Mr. Davie, of

Cocoa. Her husband died about I, among the first people of the state. Chattanooga/: are spending a white at CUREWILL Columbia Steam Laundry.One i :

.. r* ago.mnsry. The baseball game between tbe EolIfl IIlr.I Arnold'.. .. I.

. 31st, Mr*. White celebrat- 1I College nine and tbe K M. A N. I.nine Mitchell Newman tlll remains at Mr.
,S2nd birthday. About forty of will be played on the K. &f. A N. I. )rake'*. He wIlL be greatly missed CURE YOU "

. nda gave her a genuine surprise /grounds on the Kau Gallla Klver on the when be leaves / of the most modernly! equipped plants' Florida. We do strictly ahigh ;'
'I going with well filled basket 2nd of Feb. Tickets of admission at of of -grwle Domestic Finish Work v '
Mrs J. F. Farley paid E"41 Gillie a any case Kidney or
i log a picnic dinner on the broad he Institute gates, where an officer and IsU on Saturday last, and stayed with We ara'AiiaoLVTCLT KutvontioiK for all laundry sent lo us. We guarantee
. She received several nice and guard will be stationed during the game. her daughter, Ueatrloa.. Bladder disease that is not to please you and aollcli your business. Accnt wanted lo every locality.PrtKTER .
'. .resent. Mrs. Bower, of Rock PROS., Prop s
er *heir daofthttr came over on' the Archdeacon Bobottora started for beyond the reach of medi- (. 1* Ma lavlll., Agt., Tltusvllle, Fla. Lake City Fla,
rlcOly moinlog, and .ptnc' the 'ropie on Sunday afternoon last, but A Kensatlon
. > lathe high winds hunch bad cine. Take it at once. Do ... . .
0.leg --- -- -.-
night with her father and molh- Themarvell"nscurative, propertieaofFoley' ( -- ---- --- -- --- -- SS ; 'ti

we ruing to Rockledpe next day, to return after wetting the uoeupanes I honey and Tr h"s proven awnmlonln not risk having Dis-
from hud to foot. Tbe wind wan also of Omymir.Draylng \ ruylnsr and ""ullo::. ::
-- many eases severe coughs
cold which added to the deoeral dincom- Diabetes. here is .
and cohlsthit hud refused toleld to ease or
eanlnj and Ire ln>f., tort Ibe Archdeacon left for Melbourne other treatment. Foley's Honey ..ndTar or hauling of aliI! Indj prompt All kind of draylng and baullog ,
v tbe afternoon train where be
on nothing gained '
by delay. ;
rk done up-to-date. Call and held services during the .,enlol{. and will expel stop tb.your cold' cough.from Leal the system.lungs 7 attended to.' Meet* all train Stove promptly attended, and Satisfaction

Andrew Gibson at the Parlor The first meeting of the ban Gillie Contains no harmful drag your TUutvlllofiarmacy. 50c. and $1.00 'Bottles.RiriltK woo.a for sale at all time. guaranteed, ;

>hop on WasUlngton avenue. Four Jlundred Five Hundred Club wa ,P CUBCTITUTI H. K.: HoLTCH: Tl'ufvtll' *. JOHN KETTLES, Tltusvile :;

/ 1 A ,
e "



,, J. ". .

_, ;,)1,/, tf4&k..UiW*, ulL. ':.1.t+.''''. .' ..:I."r.,; ,.it '>4' C *' J::. 'ff."""" :' -,-,. i t ". l /. '-':LR M'rd- Y'.V ktY1 ,. ... '. > \ ,...:.( I. ...... ._ .. .. ., ',0 V".f' ..



: '-, '4 '' ,, .. .. ," . p ,, .

, l'f: "\


I II'' I


, f '

"t time tbe shots were directed thai ny of our wines or liqUor
: no HALF .

n IAAn A BOLD TEXAS RANGER laid tbey low claimed only eight one luck't'eal.teed.human victims The and FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAYLOCAL DRINK ,.

greater were thoroughly beaten, and TIME CARD No. 73. IN EFFECT JANUARY 7, 1908
the eight or nine ntlll on their fee not
. : dashed toward tbe river tearing their No. 99 No. 29 STATIONS.No.. 7* No. 14,No. 98 SEND THE REST BACK j r presented a
Smiling: Silas the Pluckiest ofSimmons' .
wounded mate to their fate Simmons Dally Dally)170' : Dally j Dally j DeLlly
800 pra 1000 \'........... ae.rouv r.... ... .,Ar pm 740 pm 6tO am
Band. called to tbe two men left with BIO Jm 1100 am 820.m ..........HI. AugustineKanttalalka......... JIM: pm '.01'0\ 716.m
the corral to bring the horses and 1016 pm ItM.m 112IIam Lv........ .. ..... ....., IIII'm 646 1"0 618 am ,
up. JIM pm 125 pm ..., .. .... Ar.... .... .llutel Ormond ..... .. ,L. .......,.. .OIII'DI ....0.... CII.SLS. .B-o-rz-Lette: :: 6s Co.
tbe tired beasts responded "bravely to 12 03: am 111& pm 11 t 06 am L.,.,.."..... ...(irmuuill ...............,Lv .:22 pm 1116 I'm 412 am :
HIS FIGHT WITH CALDERONE. 1214 am 14* 1117am120UDO .. .. >arlon .. 844 41a i i
made 807pm am
the demand them. pm pm
upon II Ml am pm122pm : t: : .:.::::J ew Smyrna; :.:,::::::'t:. 180 pat:: .117 pm 846 am BAY
"The Americans followed tbe Mexicans IMam pm 112: pm Lv....... .... TluuvUle. .... ... ...Lv 112: pm 213 pm 18O.m G35, 637, 039 WEST STREET

The .national FlnUh" That Cam to on a swinging lope and before "2.ait""am... 8M pm SM 200 pm pm: t:::::.:..,...::.:ttiwkledge Fan Uallle:.::::;::;: :tlna:: JI7 I'm .146am. Jacksonville Florid
8 the half mile to tbo river had been .... 147 Lv. ... .Heibunrne.Lw .. ,
the Pursuit of the Mexican Terror covered by tbe leaders In tbe mad 'B13"am" boo pra 460 pm pm: Lv ::::::. :Fort Pierce :::::::::::.Lv lAM ::: 1186 pm m'"j, ii'j

? and of His Gang of chase four saddle were emptied and Tlft am 766 pm eta pm Ar..W.'I..lm pset..Lv 74O.m 1I..m 1100 I.ID I WHISKEYS IN BULK OplJ Band 100 percent. Corn
the Remnant 7P6 am 808 pm 706 pm Ar. Ruyallnlnclane. Lv am 987 am 55) pen
Across the Rio Grande. only murderous Calderone himself! and 706 am ail pm: tin pm: Lv. ::::. ::..,.,Brisker..,.:.:::::::Lv n am 982 am 545 pm: per Gallon Double stamped j
i Murderers 10 U am 1026 pin 010 pm ...'........ ..Miami.... .... ...'. .Lv 480am 716.10 800 pm Florida Special Rye. ,'; . *1 50 I GIN
three of his the break ,
crew were on .
."The pluckiest chap I ever saw 'wan our safety I :::::::::: :;::;::::: 6to so0: ::: AN Lv'::::'..:: :Nome.teA.Miami. ;:::::::::.::ArLv ::::::;;;: :;;::::::: 12 8>no 0 pm pm: Congress RyeBrookdale . . . . 2 00 Domestic Holland Gin .

r a young jflexas ranger known a* Smiling "Tbe surviving brigand urged their ____:_L_ a J'.II .erupt XnnASy Rye . . . . ,2 60 Belle Brand Gin, . |.;

Silo, ono of Simmons' band, on tntlng steed down the slope to the PALATKA % NCIf Paul Jones Rye. . . . . 3 00 3

the Rio Grande border, and I never river, forced the horses to lake, the J Caat. EAST PALATKA Arrive Leave PALATKA TO Arrlv Eaat* Bnlle of Maryland Rye . . 3 00 EXPRESS: PREPAID

I, will forget Hut way that laJ, single water and when the rangers gained Palatka TO PALATKA Palatka Palatka EAST PALATKA "Palatkaatom Paul Jones Old BAKER . . 3 1 50 1'erGiJ,,
handed, rounded up Pantaloon CalJo- the Texas bank the fugitives were In ; ? ....No.401Nny.. ...,.. aonam 745ameou ; ...... .Nn..7 Tally...= Ana 7m- 4 00 Key atone I Club, . 4;
., . .
....... .. ... Livingston\ Rye. . .
sail am .110..8 iJallVNo e 40 am .m .. .....No. 4U Dally ....... (20 am Old Kentucky Rye, .
,. rone, a Mexican terror, and three of Mexican territory and Simmons held sea am _. ..... 60 bally.... .. V66 am 11 to am ....... No. 61 Dally....... 11M am Old Gibson Rye . . . 5 00 j
, dldn jip bin hand la a tout ilgnal forbidding 120ft pm ... .....No. M l>.lly...... 12 M pm I"0 pin .....No. 68 Dally....... 120 pm Old :Monogram Rye ;
the greaser's followers I sea that abets be fired. 416 pm ........No 6i Dally. ... .lI6pm ..lipm. ?....No. 66 Dally....... 606 pm Malt Wbtskey . . . . 3 00

the sensational tbe plains-flu uo Inn wlnh to I the liad chase-but "Ihe rangers any more were altogether 10(60 IB: pm pm: .::::::.No No: M M Dally Dully:::::: I 1086 6)0 f pm m 1040 V4O tm|:m ..::::::.No No: 57 M Daitv.Dally: :: ::......::. 1100 1000 fm pm: CORN AVIIISKET Keystone Club . 4qt F0 UU!:

across ; ditched lot when they lined up on the SAN MATEO BRANCH Old Georgia Corn.. . . . $1 50 Old Bailey . . -j 25 !
half breed
It was given to rue by a boy Texa side of tbe Rio Grande, They N. C. Corn . 2 at(
Leave EAST PALATKA A Leave Arrive Marlon County, I II . . .
SAN MATEO TO Cavalier 4001112qt(
Mhod looked on from a safe dlitance ., a 25
had mode a splendid fight It Is true. E.MJ San E tPjalMka I. Special N r Yellow COIn. .
e "It was Lack In the early eighties," HIU! rid the earth of fifteen or sixteen Palatka_ MATEO-- Maieo.I JMateo.466am. EAST PALATKA Old Pilot MOUNTAIN Corn . 2 50 Golden Wedding: . 4 251 11;
cattlcuinn 480am ....... ,N o. 46 Dully.No ,:= 460 ,: 46 Dally........ 6 It am
began the J'ezas ."that Slia- desperadoes; but then, tbe prizebeauty /2. pan ..../.. 68 846 M Dally ., 410 ain
moDS' rangira came down to tlio river of the robber bunch bad escaped 1106 m :.:.,,,.Nn: ae CW..::"': 1126 1 ::: If BO pin am .No.:::::: : VI Dailr: : "' : : 11M pmNo. WHISKEY IN BOTTLE'S: '

4 to round 'up CnlHrono and his''"cut and their work was practically 26gun, No; 21, No.19 14n, l7 MAYPORT No. 18 No, 20 No.22 4-gta. .

throats. The. Mexicans mnile life on for naught a* Calderotiv would soon1 .JL!! HunOnly Dally sa Dxlly Nun. BRANCH D..UTlOOpm RunOnly Dally MonoiiRahela Rye . . . .. . . . . .$.1 20. tK UO

the border miserable and were capable recruit his band. Simmons called the 1010 am1060am (00 OOtm Lv.. The Leader t PursRye, . ... . . . . .35U. 9110( )
roll and found all his In sound pm J.clrllOn.I1I..Ar 710.m loom (On prim . . . . . 376. 10(10
men 140pm / (140 pm 84'>amS48 L. ..I'.blo JII'ILCIt.... .Lv r.o.m 1210 419 Old ( low K>'e . . .
of dark deeds.
/ r. of all aprtu No theyweren't good health with the exception of 149 pm: 10 Mam1110am:: 46 pm: am Lv. AtlantlaBeacb. ".t: 644am 1211pm pm 418pm pm Monogram K)e. . . . . . . . . . 3 75 1000
bravo In the same way that tutfm 700 pm 9 00 urn Ar.:... Ma ,"rt.. : seem 12Wen 4W . : 4 20 1050
two Illley and llrlnsuead, who had received m Private (Stock Rye . .. . . . . .
American road agents were courageous slight wounds In the fray on NDhj N\' Orange City Branch: No' NoDauIt Sin lord Branch No. 13all WllionVbllkey . . . .. . ..'. .. . 4 40. 12 00
but they MjHucssod a certain the Of tbe robbers were l Ja 2wall I Datiy Belle of Maryland . .'. . . . . . 4 40. 12 00
;, comliTned prnlilc eight (16pm (Boom L.'I''lmrn.A1.( I oo pm (80 pm eaoam L'FTltu''FUI.Ar. 100 pm 'Paul Jones' Four Star . . . .t. .. . :. 4 40, 12 Oil)
amount of during, which, tone dead and the rent were wounded 400 pra' I loo::am Lv Lake Helen! Lv.121s pm 601 pm 080.10 Ar. ".Drord L. 1000 . 4 40 U 00
4 11 pra II SO am1180am Lv:Orange I Ity Lv 1106pm pm Livingston Hv,, . . ".. . .
a', .with tbe craftiness of Satan blumtlf some badly and some with only 4 16 pm -. Orange CI Ity Jn: 1700 nn 440pm 480 m :::. :::'.:: :::::-::::::::::::-- ::::::::::::: Old Oscar Pepper Bourbon . .. . . . 4 40 12 UO

made them deai*radoes of tbe. worst crotches I might as well get through PENINNULAR ANI) OCJUUNTAL: f4TJlAMI"1I1': Ja*. E. l'rpprr Bourbon . . . . . . . 4 20 11 (00
'W with the prisoners at once. Three of CUNNRCTIIIN8 AT MIAMIClose Canadian Club: . . :, : . . . .. . . .4 50. 1300
"They! "worked principally ou/the them died of their wound and the ConBectlo0 Mid at Miami With Steamships of tbs P. 4 0. S. S. Co. for Mt. Vernon Rye .S . to. . : . . 5 00 1400(
''y' American ride, and after raiding a rest were banged to trees and riddled N AS S A LT. HA VAX A. AND K M V WEST Dewai'H Special Scotch. . . .. : . ... . 4 50 12 Oil

t I6nely ranch and murdering every with bullets e-Tnme. TIME TABLES ehow the time*.t which train .. King William Scotch . . .. .'. . . . 7 00 18 M
i man woman and child In their way felmmonn and his men' remained on ..and depart from the ....r.' station but their arrival or nuaybeeapeot.dte departure nt the tlmoe rrl Ouffi's Malt Whiskey . . . . .. . . 41>K). 1000
toted la aoteuraateed, nor doe* the Company held itself 3 75 1000
i they would swim their horses across the bank of tbe Rio Grande -until or any enn.ee.nna arlntnn th r>rom. reaponalble any d.l.r"o Canada Booth'a Malt lorn 'Gin i : : : : : : : : : : :\ : : : : : :'. : : : : :: : : : : : : : 8'75: 1050

the river gain Mexican territory and nightfall, and the chief refused to Us Copy of the Local Ti'.. Card or Other lnfi>rmlaa Gordon's English Diy Gin . . . .. . .. . 8 75, 10 VI

u .. laugh atpuisult Simwons'i tneu, truck ten to the Importunities of his. men to J.D RAHNER, Assistant'I'IIPass. STALiOUsflNB Geneva Holland Gin . .. . . .. . . . .420. 1100(I()
their trail and followed It for about ten carry tbe pursuit Into :Mexlcap territory Ajt., FLORIDA lymoutk Gin . . .; .. . . .. .. . 3 75, 10 50
tL miles along the river, and they were 'We can't cross this river; boys ---.-- ------ HenoeHsee **e Cognac .. .. . . .+ . . 6 50. 1750
Just In time to see the greasers walking I he said 'ca ule the greasers,down In Supeilor Rlsckbetry.,3 00. 700

their dripping horses up the opposite I Mexico City won't stand for It.' 's> Old Apple Brandy . .. . . . . ... 3 75. 1000
t bank of the Jellowlsti atream, I "That night though, Smiling Bllas. Atlantic! Coast Line R. R. Old Peach Brandy . . .. . . .. . 3 75. 1000 00
/ 11
f "Calderone bad burned a.ranch, killed who had been one of the boldest; la the Old bt nix: Rum.)0..
the ranchero named Day London Dock Jamaica Rum .. .. . .". 460. 1300
a man fight on tbe plains slipped from camp Gin Phosphate . . . . . . . . . 4 20. 11 00
ton, from Michigan, and ruthlessly addled his horse and holding the Rock Rye . . . . . . . . :. 3 (K). 700
slaughtered about fifteen or twenty stood by the bridle swam the river. Connect at Jacksonville with all train of the Florida East Coast Hallway, Best Banana Brandy . . . . . . . 3 20. 8 00
t bead of cattle and Simmons wanted He landed safely on Mexican territory for (ill point'North
him the worst lu the world but Simmons his pistols and ammunition all right

wasn't tor running a chance of and waited until daylight behind a

International complications by crossing fringe of chapparal. When tbe sun was South East and West. Cla.eLS. :E\lrn 'tte dz+ Co.,

that river and Invading Mexican terri : up be looked for Calderone's trail and
i ,
r) tory. lie dispatched a messenger over : found It It led south through tbeme.II I
r to the alcalde of a little sun baked district to a range af bills and .035: 617, o30 WEST BAY STREET
Through sleepers and Parlor oar to :Tampa and St. Peteiiburg, and Pullman -
town and the drowsy oftlclal assured about 11 o'clock In tbe forenoon became Florid
and to Washington, New York and all point East; Jacksonville -
the Senor American that be would upon Calderono and his three leaping dining car

end word to El Capita Barrio, who companions The robbers were sleepIng and Pullman steppers!' to Atlanta, tit. Louis, Chicago and Intermediate point,
'{ would soon got the murderers with his under a broad palm tree their If you desire to prepay the expteKs'charfrea oo any or our good add

rnrales That was all there was to It, horse's tethered close by and Silas Connection, to all points following amount / '
though It Is true that El Capstan could have shot them ere: they rould "CONSULT TILE PURPLE FOLDER" 1 gallon 1 JUR . . .$ 00 6 gallon j jug. . $1 00
2 . . 75
; Darrlos a little sallow faced cigarette hate bad time to arise and defend I 3" .> IX) 4 quart, . 50

11 i smoking chap did cross tile river and themselves But he disdained such a For further Information ee your nearest railroad agent or write 4 II 1 00 12" 71
confer with Simmons but despite tbe course Dismounting from bis horse
;it fact that Barrios made himself out to I and tying the animal to the tree tae FRANK C. BOYL9TON T P. A,' Jacksonville, Fla., or ------ -------- ------- '----"-- -- -

\ be a hero of the Sir Galahad type tbe I If walked! right Into the midst of tbe robbers ..4. ''VV' J1Wr1to'1;: ;, l

'.tl rurale never stirred from their comfortable ] and aroused then with a loud : Line
Atlantic Coast
Dlatilot Paasengor Agent, ,
d' barracks In the abode of the I cry. The grease sat up and reached t

palm trees I for their guns Instinctively but a pistol JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. Mg
"Simmons and his rangers spent a barked from each of-Bllaa' bands ------ ------.------------
few days In loping back and forth and two of the ruffians toppled over to '

along the border keeping a sharp look. arise never again. The other two

oat for Calderone and expecting every Calderone and one of his lieutenants MalloryLines
1 hour to receive some word from liar- gained their feet and the lieutenant

rlos, but no sight of the robber did broke for the woods 'Ilnugl' cracked _

,ql they get and never a, message came Smiling Silas' long barrel gun and the

from tbe rurales runaway fell on his face with a bulletIn SPECIAL PASSENGER-EXPRESS STEAMSHIPS

"While the rangers were In camp his spine.

one dark night Calderone and his "Just as Silas fired Calderone turned the
y Largest and moat thoroughly equipped passenger aUamhipa coast.
band numbering twenty I believe re- loose his gun and the bullet carried
''d crossed the river with their horses and away the ranger's bat bllaa jumped -NO OVERCROWDING a I y

; struck northward over a sweep of toward his. Amman, before a second STATEROOMS ARE POSITIVELY GUARANTEED on these
I'l; prairie land. It was late the next day shot could 1)0 sent and, striking him .hlp*, as no tickets will be sold to exceed the number berth.,
of the In the face with the butt of his revolver
when the rangers were apprised thus all Indlvlduaseivloe
or the Beating capacity of Dining U"I1I.. Insuring passenger
bandit venture and, saddling horses, stretched him dazed find bleeding
h and attention
.' they hit the trail with a vengeance on the ftround The American drew .

J, "Thu Mexicans looted a small ranch, buck as Caldt'rone struggled to hU .''PASSENOMS LEAVE JACKSONVILLE EVERY FRIDAY.See .
killed about half dozen and feet and the half breed Who
a people boy was .
( Schedule of Ship In Florida limes Union;
then describing a broad circle beaded attending 'a flock of sheep on the rising

back for the river Late In tbe afternoon ground gazed at the strange and '
by cutting across the prairie tbe thillltug picture spellbound Calderone
rangers closed In with the band, and swung bit pistol over his head In a Including delightful DAYLIGHT SAIL, through the

Simmons. urging his ten sturdy fellows trt'mblhband., but ere he could use I FAMOUS "SEA ISLANDS.::! "

forward, put hl. straining horao to Its It Bliss topped In and wrenched It Four Each Week
best to get within shooting distance of from his grasp ''You Mexican snake!' Through tickets sold to all northern points. For full Information regarding at Sailings .
I trsotione offered by no other line; diagram, reservatlns tickets, etc., apply to
the robbers cried the ranger. 'Pull your knife! .
"Just when the river was In sight I'll give you a chance! BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YOI
4 the greaser, appreciating that their 'Calderone was an expert with the F. H. IRONMONGER, JAI, Assistant General Passenger Agent;

horse were spent and that the Americans bow le-most Mexicans of bis stamp 124 WEST BAY STREET JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Calling at Charleston, S. C., bothways. )

were gaining on them turned to are-and, seeming to gain strength on .
--------- -- -- ---- -------- ----- ---
t fight They quickly dismounted and the Instant, ho whipped out bin long
tk The in the Coastwise Ser
fought Indian fashion, rcstlug their dagger and sprang toward the Atnerl Finest'Steamships
SE <>
carbines on their saddles and shooting can. Silas bad dropped his pistol and : .
from behind their horses; They outnumbered I .with bowie In bond met the assault Clydo New ,England and Southern Lines.

the rangers almost two to Tho knives clinked: us the ranger parried AIR LINE: RAILWAY. Direct_Service Between
one. but. then they lacked the sand the downward thrust of the :Mexican :

..a 1, and lighting skill that Simmons' boys and the guherlng bodies of tile SAVANNAH COLUMBIA CAMDEN: SOUTHERN PINES, RALEIGH, RICH-: Jacksonville Boston Providence and all Eastern Poinf (

r t had The rangers seeing the stand I two combatant came close together MOND, WASHINGTON BALTIMORE ;PHILADELPHIA, NEW YORK. ,
the greasers bad taken drew up their with the long ktrlps. of steel locked at (Calling at Charleston S. C., both ways)

t horses out of shooting range and. I, the hilts. It was then that Silas' SEMI-WEEKLY SAILINGS

springing from theft saddles advanced American training stood him la good .Three Elegant Train Dally 8outhbouod...........t.......... .. ........ ....... ......... ..from Lowli Wb rf,
Nartbbouod..... ... .... ...... .......... ..,.... .... from foot of Catharine Street Jacl"
on foot through the long prairie grassla tend, and while bIll right band was '
crouching attitudes Tlually when engaged with the knife bin left swung Express Seaboard Mail r -

e'. within! good pistol rouge Simmons :yelled l free and ,he brought tbe member over Seaboard Florida Limited.
St. Johns
a command to his men and down with a wide sweep flush upon the side __r.i / Clyde Line
tI.p they fell on their faces. while from of the Mexican's face Calderoue fell
r ie their elevated right panda cracked the back, groggy and bleeding from the MODERN ,PULLMAV EQUIPMENT BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND SANFORD.

I deadly pistols. Nearly every slits told force of the blow. and, Sllns leaped aft Stopping Palatka* Astor,Beraaford.Jobn(DeLanil River), and intermediate l..dlolt.OIl U"St. '

sad half a dozen klcklnx bonte. went er him like a tiger cat lent upon no :. itt
1' to the earth I. and three or tour t curing prey. The greater feebly ranted
bD'hllt. ,
Snlld t Pullman VcHtlbuled train. St. AuguMlne and Jackaunvllln r 0 New York are appoint to sail aa followat Leave arkannvllla, dally except Saturday at3: ""M
yielded up the gaunt at the same line his knife to fend a stroke but Silas'blade vU Richmond and Washington Car ....
Dining (a Ucartekervlce. ), Doubts Drawing.room ;. Retaining Sanlord d..1I1."OOP'Pundaja, 10.no a. m.
The :Mexicans\ had l'cMI \'ed their Ore I swept tinier blx arm and burial
sleeping Car, Stateroom and nhnorvatlon Car l/rmtt 1t. Auguttlne 11] :& a.
too long-that Is a falling with them I Itself to the hilt In bin heart Calde m, and Jacksonville 13:;:VS p. m., dally, Including !buuday: Re ad down, 8CHEDULE N f;*

you know, for they either shoot too roue fell to hut %, rou lid a corpse, and f'e.v.-r88np.m. .-.. .... .... .... .. ..c..ooAlll. ...-. .... .... .._._. ._. lIuII _
14. loon or too late-and when thy did 10 the band was exterminated, Silas/ Leave p, Pahtka ... .. ". I' 0o
blaze the with reached! the Uhf night but For full I Information and sleeper renervair'| n" call on any Agent: Lea,. 0o a. m.: :::: Astor I tare ,
k at their camp same ;
away enemy Lean l .:..... : : .. ; .l- '.
: ( .
carbines and pistols their aim Will bad bo did not tell where be had IMHU! until Seaboard, or write 16es MI a. m; : ..... ::::::::::. ... SanfoM( ..:..DXC<::.: :'. j

1' and their bullets either Hew over the the halt breed Mexican boy related the .8. C. DOYL' I'ON'JR., A*"t. Gen. Pass l Ajt, JACKSONVILLE' FLORIDA Dne a. m Eoterprl. ,

beads of the attacking party or plowed story a week subsequent to fhe com '- Passenger and Ticket Office 122Way St., J ckeonrIt. 1ea
op tbo soft soil la front of them I bat"-New Orleans Picayune - -

Simmons, seeing the disastrous er- R.RAYMOYDYIes' i'reeldentandllenemMan.trNewTerk. u
feet of his first tire to bin feet Madrid-Paris Teltphone. II.E.MAYNARn Y.T. )1., A.C. Ap
Jumped I SEND YOUR ORDERS TO THE Pier l M:N R.. New York A'R'fl'/: Ir.
and.' calling to his melt to follow him Tbe London Stand ird prints tbe announcement ADVOCATE L.8.8CROHLB.C, A. M. IRONMONGER/
charged straight foe the line of struggling that a telephone\ betweenthe l' I ..lurf Fla. Jaoknonvlll ,
horses and shrinking men. The capital of Spain and that of Frsucs Taiktonrtna*,?Kla, JOHNrFNURKUT list 86, >. g.'J;.

rangers fired a* they ran, and thin U projected. FOR ALL KINDS OF JOB PRINTING. C.P.LOVELL, Agent,Jarkaoovllle, I la.tiKKERAL .
OFFICES Pier SO, :>orth River New York.

4Q. ,


I .

4. .. '"

-- .------ -- ---- -- -- --n - ---- -- --_.
!'!\: ; :

,. .' .. ,

I'L1 : 00' : I

JIA.ST" AS''" ADVOCATE.> T1Tt18v....... FLA. FEBRUARY! 7, 19Q8. 7

UOn 1


SANFORD, Hotel Plaza
-On the American and European Plan- The Sanford House on the INDIAN RIVKK.
Under new management Newly furnUbed and renovated A pleasant FLORIDA ,

family home. Rates! Amerloan Plan U: .00 and $2 60; European. 6ooU NUnder .
) and up. All car tono Unloo Button stop at the door.H. Under the management of 8. II. PECK

-, \V. HANCOCK Proprietor. the management of Located on the famous Euat Coast of Florid: 173: mile south of Jacksonvtlle t

i beautifully) located Riverside Hotel at Green Cove bptiog. I I. under the HARRY P. DRIVER In the very bears of the world.renowned Indian Hlver Orange Grove Just t

came management. the place to break that tiresome ride from Jackionvllle for Palm Roach Finest

'nd late amlitant manager of San .luaa Hotel Orlando, Florida alt and fresh water fishing In the State Boats, launches and guide at reasonable -.,

ST. AUGUSTINE; .s ratea. Excellent hunting; delightful walk*. v ,

100 comfortable sunny. steam healed room; handsome modern hotel; room

1'r I with private bath ; 60 acre homing orange prove Retest |:R per 'day; special sv;<,
1U weekly. Orange free to gneat. .

.tip r.' /% MOTOR I and HMIINU UOA1S at all time*. I
t2I tc+ '. 1 r M
RATES: #:9.q and Special and 1Itbl .
up. weekly < '

Gal, v te : Hotel t I Indian I River'ROCKLIIDOIq I ....'

lI I fcjjgap/*. .irwj'm* | T>er jj frying rtrryVi r THE WAY IT WORKS. J[ t.urt. lllwoil, Bktn IMmmum, rnnevr.UronlMl i .

vHotol Bleat 1'urltlt.r Kw.If I
*r ,7 + food la Impute thin dUemiodhot OPEN" J .\V, 15TII rilAULKS: F. DWYER Owner and Trop.
Teaching a Clf to Drink I I. a Soul .
I 2 2J or fun ot hutnois, If you have blood
00(J $ Trying Operation |1"I"on.| cancer, caibunoltH, eating suits, _________ V
25 II Thooo who have had a mournful experleuce. scrofula, enema, !itching, fining .mil! (

(JOlt 1.00thot there li nothing bums| .oabby, plinily, slat, bone |>alus, Steam heat, ', vlrctilo lights, elevator, )pure: drinking water, 80 aoro orange
251 Ii! more trying to the soul than the opera cxtarihrheuuatlanoranyblued diseni.es take liotaulo Blood Balm vr(U. 11li finite( boating, cahdng, hunting, tennie blllliird, music dances, eta. *J.(X) per

thou of touching a young calf to drluk. all '''It'll ben), "hl'l.IIOt pains i '
) neon |
..a ) dxy and up. Sfei-liil' weekly rRh.II.11119 for llooklet i
yN' The process Is familiar to every man stop' and the blood U made pine and rich.
who has brought: up u calf from Infancy lriiKitb "i" by esp'sa. (Ivr large\ | -- -

Its 00 1011.00 <3LoMUUKAy Loon.ROBTt You seine\ H pall of warm milkCo bottle, 3 bottles for ,J: 60 or 0 bull"., for .',,\ 1.\1 nl .\CJI.
#3. Sample fie. by wilting Blood Halm 1
00 ( ManaKer Into the stalilt-. catch: the cnlf by C.., AtUn'a.. Oa li U. It. I I. especially ------- -. --- )
lIO the earn back him Into a corner and advised for chronic deep seated oases, ". 4)
' 00 bestride! his neck The Idiot rather U cures after all else fold poach Ot..10 Ccufo.Itcoipornted : .

''M like thin. and while you are renthlug ----- '.
00 yon 6UID161J for the pall! he employ his time In Boiling Ceo Without Water. ( ')
00 ] slobbering tile lower curium of your Chit art: lids a new kink It Is boll. OrKV JANU}KY lAUI, .

,00(00 jacketoi discover what the blockhead lug egos/ without the use of water Adjoining ground of llo'el Royal' rolnclina" 1'aliu Huacli, on the north. 4

,00l1 I I' about and box his eat'll.'ou sajs the Now York Prows This no\ci
(I() > 'ST. neoRnll.' sTReeTs .;A ST. AUQUSTINfi" FLORIDA cant help It. You feel I that way dud ty I III exp'oltwl! at one of Chicago Breakfast Dinner and Luncheon at all Hours. ;

::00 nt reiitral location the city, Mlrlctly' Hrepraof. Sixty pun ..0...... wall let him have It. Hut (the! calf cnu't lending hotels, and a* the feat I I. ac- :', r.
,, 00 | ftirnl.U.,l. Koniri ouljOnon Novomber to Jun. Ail... .. .ho.. tell for the life of him why h<* linn.been ouipliohed directly before the eyes. of Fi .t-ch" Chef: Cuisine\ sod Herylce, '.
00 .L -- the guest the now way of cooking Kenerally -
struck and he gives a sudden and un- .
, 50r00 eXpI''te.1flount'e.." lie believe! be attract attention and comment Open -tv-.om.'bora: On.l3r.: .'

I ((10t I() el Granada ST. AlfOlMTINE, FLOiUDA.ndei will go over nnd' stay on the other wide The waiter places a bo\IIUe apparatus Older, received for Dinner Tattles of any number at all hOlln.0 .

1M of the stable, nut he down announce In-fore' the guest and turns on a . ...: -
-- ---- --
1 1M stew ownership and mltn'fll'ment.: Dliecily' facing mAID entrance. of the this liofori'lmnd Up start on the Impulse little electricity from the bracket on r
de I.von. D irlnir the ast, season t.f.OIlIlI"M! ) been wall nUll the tohvd NIVOKK.: '
I ((10 I() I *|"I'nlla Impiovements of the moment and you can't tell the place mini :;:.
150 I and private h tha+ CulHlno and nervlce iinsurpa-i>e!IC1 l All amusements. just wr'!n he arrives tll..rc.011 ride her tif eggs In the heater In about a
L |jnO pirdij ; $12ftO: per wc'fkup' Accomnioda'loisfnrl7J.' Now" open.. half the limit / 1
150 minute nod a half, or
along with him n little"! Hut the
bee< all traluH. Whl'e' 'RY.
s servloer PEN K A A
U\'RSK'i. I'ropiletors
iOOIlIO laws of gravitation are always about consumed br tho hot water process, : ;

the same Your KIT*-one on each side the eggs are cooked To n turn. The Hotel l'l'Uroa.I"1.
'100 l\1.\GNOL\ a SIMMNUS. of the 'rlttl'r-k't'p up with the calf process Is au Nell{ ; uilglnuted by Pro Marlborough

::00 100 for about a second but jour body lessor, Kadtke of Armour institute.Signs "

100 MAONOU SPRINGS, FLA., doesn't You slide over the calf and ) :IMHh and 37th Street, N.w'orlr.. '
700 gnoliarings}I O'i M.. 1'al'IIIIISt. J."hnM UUrr 24 mile from Jack- your bock kisses the floor Your bond of the Times. f
400 g urnull: by Ailintio CoHHt Due Ky, and Hlver $: team/ Is conking In the! pull( of milk. When Does your Vlfo; rush out to meet you Completely Renovated and tnnnformed In everj' ciepattment.' Mont Oeutrally ,.;
bIH. when you're coinlnn home at night I tIts I
you get tip J.DU are nmd-uncommonly located hotel ELECTRIC LIOHT.S and
VKnbilnn Air 1'uie Ikilnklng Rater Modern Ape near Christmas.Do on UrvadMlI1. : "t
hnlr and Imprccatlons
Milk from
BO run your her eyes now beam upon you with an ,
1."lnIOlen'"l'erfect Haultatloo. Well kept Golf Link, out of your mouth. old remembered. light every room In the house.

'., I Tunis ouit. There It buttermilk In jour eye. and It.. near ChrUtmanDoea EUROPEAN CLAN 400( Kooma 200 bath rooms Rate*t II.CO and up.
FHIIINO SHOOTING, BOATING. she hove your slippers warming In "
.Swlmlng Pool and lUlhs. |4 W per day special you solemnly declare you will learn the India of the are T ward without bath U: and upward) ; with bitth. Parlor bedroom and bath $3
that calf to drink or break bin blanked moos ahe sit and r;... upon you .. If she
tel t l weekly rate. O, D SEAVEY, Owner and Manager.MAGNOLIA nock The cnlf doesn't know of this cnuld never tlroT and. upward. Parlor two bedroom and bath $) and upward. '
J/ Doe she telephone you dally till\ the taffy
one ( IVN-A small family hotel. resolve and he glares nt you In stupM chokoe the wlr.e1It's I 8WEK EY-TIKnNEY IIOTKI, COMPANY "tr
fright from the itable He I.l
near K. M. TIEUNEY, Manager, 'III f;
not aware! that he waft the cause of
ds add DAYTONA UI ACII. your downfall and wonders Ignorant!.irwlmt Doe your helpmeet. leave you sleeping' ; I i :!
and steal softly out at dawn
00 In thunder, la the matter. lou It'. near Chrlattnof .
don i try to explain It to him but furl Doe she have the kettle singing ere the .
50 Seaside Inn DAYTONA BEACH, FLORIDA. r ously catch him by the .pars look back night has quite withdrawn ,1
It Christmas.Dope
over shoulder at the milk pall and \
75 your ahe learn her approbation on lust '
Good riiblnK and Suit' Bathing. Rates: $2.M) per day and, up. back up townrd It. drugging the calf everything you doT The Best for the Price on the Market ]

Also after you. who bnvttn out in n manner Doe ahe put cream In your coffee and "
furnished for for .
cottage rent housekeeping.
l which seems to say "Is till, the way two lump. of sugar tnoT ..'I
Doe she cuddle up end snuggle up and .; .\ '
IIOIUCK F. STEWART Owner. you trout a fellow creature7"ou nice thing to .
say you AllfOur Good Hold Under Our:P''rsonal Guaiaotee.
1 again/ back Into the corner sling your It. near Christmas. ,
---- I
NEW SMYUNA.an left leg over him and once more try to There are Christmas bargains waiting In I I
get bill head In chancery The calf attempts the yawning .hop. In town) 1

a e a little more funny businessand Them's a It little s near bit Christmas o' woman who would Charles Blum & Co. ,"

House SEW SMYRNA, FI.OKIDA. plunge: snddeoly' forward You like. brand new gown: : .
'1 are on the lookout for I breaker! this It's near Chrlatmas. .

'1F. Open all the! year. Accommodate 100. Overlooking Indian lUver. time, and having a firm hold on his And .that I. why she cuddle you andnuggles i
? up to you;
, ,. Table service the bet. Rooms single or en suite with private balb. earn, you mutter through your clinched It s a shame she has to dot Just to. tet I
"No don't bonp '." But he Wines Liquor Beers Etc.
you ) what I* her duel ,
r7 For rate. call on or addiess FRANK W. S.tMS: Proprietor.
does, though/: and ion "cross the conti Loosen tip and make her happy make
'It) nent" together the "rapid "transit her Christmas dreams come true!
-- -------- by
--- -- ---- ---- ---- "
TITUSVILLi:. line.011 hadn't Intended to go but ,It. near. Chrlatma Houston Post. 51-.519'W. Bay St. TAOlC.SOZX'Vlllo: :3TM.C ,

I that IK whore you and the calf didn'tsee .
) alike. You take bin view of It In
The Farmer's Wife
f a few moments later-you astride of I .
*y e Sterling: TITUSVILLE FLORIDA. the calf neck and jamming the ti very careful about her churn. Abe AGENTS FOR I

finger: of one bund Into Its mouth youplace scald It thoroughly after using and give cis"
rri the other the back of his head It a sun bath to sweeten IU Mm knows "
on Pabst Blue Ribbon Bottled Beer Jung's CincinnatiBeer .
; that If her churn l 18 sour It will taint the> ,
end shove his 20x0 Into the pall fully
butter that I I. made In It. The stomach I la
ii resolved to strangle him If be docsn'tdrltik Lewis 66 Brook and Mon .
a churn. In the stomach and dl (i'.tlvo Sunny ,
i and nutritive tract are performed proeo I
: The calf holds( perfectly still-ominously * BO-nnd tbeiet\ silence In heaven churning of butter. li It not apparentthen
for the spites of half a nilubte. at that If till stomach-churn 1 Is foul l I. .. t Iwwwwwwwwwwww..www..ww..ww.
r the end of which time the blockhead -tniLi. .. foul' all \I hlcli la put Into It? ;.
i IC.n; -eJi- ; T T T T T'r'fw'e'rT'r4r11MT'rT'iM f'rwwirIt11
who hnsnt drank a drop suddenly) Tho evil ot. a I U not alone '
the bad taste In tho mouth and tho foul '
makes a splurge knocks the pull to breath caused by It, but the of ::
1 } corruption Long Distance Telephone 188We ; :
"kl milk and ;
:rtlorn come, ails; you are the pure current of blood and the dissemination ,.
YdSet again! reduced< to a horizontal from a ( of disease throughout the body. .""
perpendicular and when you rise the I>t. I'lerce's. Gulden Medical Discovery **************************************************** ,

excitement Is latIAe.011 hate buen make. tile sour and foul stomach weou '\ .
x Bonked! with milk. "lIlobllC'N'd" on and It do<"* for the stomach what the washingand ., .

hurt and abutted the worst way. Not I sun bath do for tbochurn-absolutely Will Ship You'I:

'ati p "Jhl''d2Qr'! ,t khl4 ,IPtr I,! 'N'H,1M1k! IY,,k%':.' tr a drop of milk has cone down the Infernal removes every tainting or corrupting eleenent.
brute's neck and there be stands In thin way It cure blotches, 4 quart Hunny Brook. . : .5 00 Sheridan Club, 0 quarts . .1 1 00 '

glaring at Foil ready to furnish you sores pimples, or eruption open rating, scrofulous ulcer.welllnIl8.and all, I 1S" Bottled" "In !JOII". . ; H: (() Sheridan Club I) quarts . . /8 00 .,":r'tf'

another free ride anywhere you want humor ordlsoasetarlslnR from bad blood. Pure North Carolina White Corn 3 00 ;,:
rt, quarts Mellwoucr . . 4 r.o
; sow to go. With an affidavit, you bung him If you have bitter, nasty foul tasM in ly '.. .. . ". . U 00 Black J and Jibe I C'orD. 4 quart. 3 00

over the headvllb the empty pall and your mouth, coated tonll'lIe.loul breath Bottled i In hood Harvest Cora, 4 quart . . 3 60
Poi>i ii |<'onvenlently located close to F K. <'. Rv. depot. bobble out of the pen. mad and hurt are weak and, easily tired fed depressedand 4 quarts Ouckonhelmer . iS ()I) Laurel Vallev Corn 4 quarts .. 3 60 '.
In the famou* I\Dl\N RIVEU ORANGE SECTION all through fully resolved to let your dospojident have frequent headaches, U i 7 Imported scotch Whiskies, Brandies, f
dizzy attacks gnawing dltro In stomach
This house is practically new, having! boon entirely rebuilt four footed fool starve. Cleveland ) Government Uottllnx/ Gina, Port sod! Sherries delivered: In 4
many more room. added. piazzas. erected and all modern convene Plain Dealer bitter, constpatod or irregular bowels, sour 4 quarts Monrrlef Hpilngs: 4 XI() bottles, as follows ,
i barf or rising after eating and poor 12 -. . 11 (110 '
J"P fences Installed and baa been considerable 4 bottle Club Blend Scotch Whiskey .
-CmirLETELY RK-r'URVISHEDVcoommo Apputikthe..aympkmaor any Also Mottled !la Hood. delivered for . . ft 00 /,.\ 1 .
Lion number of them
Indicate t
- Shooting you arosuffering 4 Five' Old Crow: . . 0 00 4 bottle Murallle .1: Stars
Kste: *2.50 a day and How It feels to shoot real lion In from bllloun: torpid or lary rrere* ,
Iatlon for up.
< twenty a : i 6 (00
Fires! Hermitage . .
liver with the usual accompanying l Cognao . . . 000 :;
I>fl I ration I or and their atteadeeS 4 bottle of Don Carlo bhcrry 4 (K>
P. Q. WALTON, Propr. Agnes Herbert, In ber "Two Din".. In I dispepala:: Remember all above Whiskeys are 4 bottle Nlerport, Port . : : : 4 00)( ':
Somallland:" "Wltl quivering tall ei .i. n t. e t 1 MUlUf.lmi.T.iJ' bottled In bond under Government' 4 bottle lllll fc Underwood Dry +

itMnA 'tended and moat horrible coughing r" ," supervision. or Tom din . . . 4 60
1 111 1 II
snarl, the lion seemed about to disprove I .( bottle Sir Robert Burnett . 5 00)(
: tel Palmhurst TITUSVILLE FLORIDA. the 1 idea that he was no match 1 .. .r i 1 i.rj. l .I bottle Cryatallrvd HOCK fc: Rye
t:3OPaee: for a mounted horsemen Hut away (O, 4 quart . :. . .. (00 or reach and Honey . . 360 ;\Y1:
.and dashed the to' jTrjiITrre} <77Tlil..n (. ..11r Hunter, 4 quart*. . . . .. A OO
little BULK WIlI KIE Order .
away sporting
nnujii.ijjf That thl I. I* absolutely true Harper quart, . . . 6 00 ( "
.. Just brand Elaborately I furnished. Spacious pony and bl'* majesty turned his ter will tie readily proven to your satisfaction Echo Spring 4 quart . A (*> Per Gallon .,'.
Jt" !opened-everythlng Dew. rifle attention to us and In a whirl of If you will but mall a postal card request for! Cascade Tennessee 4 quart. 5 JO! Bunny Brook, 0 yoai old. . *3 00 J
light to Itr It. V.llerc*. liulTalo. N. Y.. afree
orrldors. Every room an.outside one. Ventilation plumbing and tossed up mud came to within forty of his booklet 1 of ei'rsctsfrom IJI. m"* Monogram 4 qt*. blend or Gibson' Pure Ky* 4 00
copy .
ee et41 ng perfect, 2;>0 feet enclosed piazza. yard of the place "where" Cecil and I the standard medical siilhorltles.I giving I battled In bond Lewis m. Blend : : : : : : : : 4 511< ..:t''
i i't.r stood In the open, rigid and awaiting the names of all the Ingredients entering 4 quarts. . . . . 4 'JO White Mills Bourbon. . . :300)( '
. y--CUISINLr THE BEST- the onslaught Then! we let bluff| have Into his world-famed ml'll l "\\ni* and *!bow> 12 quart Monogram . . uuo Indian Hill, JX) proof . .: :2 6O( ,; ;
? It.' I .nw bl* trvruendqu bend or.- l-u-: what the masts eminent medical meu Blum' Sylvan (lien, 4 quart. ,') 2" Land of Flower, Blend,,. ... :.1 ( ) '.

sonvIt One acre ot.or us men tal grooods, surrounded by primeval pain Its ray eights a* In short I found he rlenrrd of the.age sir of tbem. Ilium's Sylvan Glen, 0 quarts. 4 Ao (Irefln llrlar Tenueise. . .." 3 00 .
--- --- Blum's Mflvan lil.n.) 8 quart. U 40 McOnfne Malt . ., .. ; :2 60 'Vfl
. tiiToundlngs moat condoclve to solace, rest aDd recreation. the ,!llItalttltlt separated us I iy' Do yon want tn May. some. pjeie-} /Ulnm's Svlvan Glen, H quarts I" (10 Canadian White Rye . .... ;\J'. :260a "+

, ... fired ulinultiineoualr with my cousin land In Hi. Lucia and I)4 le bhstidpn'CIub1qusrls. . ,. :275lIrerwtw.dRye. .. . .,. .. : oo :f
'/ ':i'ie --ENNI3'FOOL AND R QUET-- II. crumpled up like s toy with the apple < .
,', ra watnuprlng broken and sank as be counties f I bass Mini to dispose. .

*. Accommodate. 40, }:b. Palmhllnt porter nests *H trains. Olates very finished hi* last'spring, wltb bbi man 'of at a sacrifice. I have no tint \ 3a Send for our Price List EEt

reaaonab <-.. sire bead between bill paws- majratlc to look after It. Address, Cba

I i MASSKY A CO. and magnificent sight" II. ,Walton, Tltuavllle Flo. .

I I --r

f \

'. :-,. .w.1..jUoII\tb> ,.. .. ,J.. ...' .,_ '. .", .. ,. ..."' +..:v.... .Jt H't ,....A''''' o>., <. ... .. '" '' s..n ,. ,_ .,'.f\ .. .... ......," 1.' S.tx. .
J, .:

.. __
__ ----i------


iw---------i---f------------------ .

i. R a --
__.. ..
\ v., ... ..+his..xe................... r. rtcr......... t EUCHRE PARTY. J ANNOUNCEMENTS.linder .

3 WRITE FOR OAT.\I.ormE GIFT-GIVING GOODS. : John R. Walker & C Co
, = I IL.U+4T1tATINO : Miss Palsy Brady gave a progressive this head will, appear the announceiiMUUof and-
euchre party at the borne of her parents,, oandldotes for the various elate

la .If. Diamond, .. ? Clocks, f Mr. and Mrs H. L. Brady, on Ocean( I (OonntT The: charge ofUoes'for Insertion of annonnwinen ,]

Watrhe' !' !! .........._... ;;:: :dl Cut Ivor Glass Tea,Sets IMlverflatware Jhi avenue Tltusvllle.\ It was' given In hon from uo,now an exception until I thepnmartes.&reover.,however, being mule will In theease laa -THIS DEIMJtTMKNT STORM-
l: *It Kings JJroocbetl Pins, :''V. V; << or of Miss Mabel Berge, of AdelpbU, N. of tbiMie and who Metulwr seek eleoll of the in Gguuty a.County Hoard UomnilMlonera of-

', t # '\ !t Toilet Articles I J, a young lady who has many friends I 1'uo le Initnictlon I who will ba clurged ftM,
: Fobs Chain, h' ; CARRIES A FULL LINE OF
: "! "" Hand.Painted It U to lie distinctly nndf-ratraid" that no an .
lit Lockets, : ; 9p 'r l I' In Tltusvllle. nouncement will be aliened without being paid
' Crouses, A'rE-.. 'ra+ ?a China, KCbarma There were six' tables prepared for the, for In advance, a* we have learned from e"|ierlno -

:" It !luckl.....,, (J" ', .';:-'.,;.,.?" ;" 1.f. .I." (1847 Mated Rogers'ware. ..J.. participants their,seat and according at 8.30 p.to m,tbe eath table occupied that this U the only sale rule. Olotb.: .:rl.g.: 3Dr37Ooocis: ,i;,

, Bracelets and l -rr.'i il w. txk' FOIl TAX: COLLKCTOKT I
all kind ut '. A .... ,, ti lll x'- Hk and number written on their scoie card. Notion., Millinery, Shoes Gent1 Furnishings, Etc. We represent two
of Drevard
I .71rt Tbe Voters County fl
tC09I'rloeU.5uIllusJislze. .
""- ,, _, (
FIDe Jewelry -- ;.t_ ._ .. Play then began-with a deal of excitement I herewith announce my candl.r cy for largest sod best Tailor-Made. jC'othlng: House la America. j

the ladles. Rapidly the: Brevard .
among the office of 1 ax Collector of
1 i'c8f merry throng played their cards, the County If elected to this office I prom. F'urs' : .iture:
r' t ? 'winners (rulag toward No 1 table with lie to give my best ervlce to the peo ,
q I : pie, and trust I will" \ receive their \support
: JEWELER BIL\KKHMITIIH. smiles theiroouseoanors.: At
genial on at tbe coming primary House and Offlfee, Furniture of all Kinds and Description
1 41 West Bay St. JACKSONVILLE, FLA' 11 p. m. play was stopped by the homes Pun,IP II, Wmoiir. .
f. i -R : HaVlMfactory'Ounianteed. We 1'repay all Forwarding, Charges. | and the scores were counted
23ardwa: : e
e .k************************** ************************** MUs Frankie Stewart won first prize: FOR TAX AfHKSBOK. ,

ti .. .. --.--- for ladles-a prettily.embroidered hand- To the People of Brevard County t
----- ---- --
- Hardware Ship Chandlery
I. Hunteri
--- and Shelf
---- A Full Line of Heavy Sup'

(; Robbins & Graham Co. TOM AS.GOOD AS HIS FATHERA kerchief Messrs, Bert Ives and FiankSklll. lied candidate I renptctfully for re-election announce as myself County; as Tax a Everything needed by th"e Fisherman

fair sized audience saw" "Rip VanWinkle" for tbe gentleman's prize; they "diew" Aaaessor.. .
Trusting work baa met '
your approval
(Incorporated) presented at the Majestic( theatre for It, and Mr Skill became the owner and thanking my you for your sup Grxocerles: ,

<,.t PAID UP CAPITAL $;l ,OOO.OO Perth Amboy, N. J., on the 2i th of the prize-a sterling silver key ring. port. I remain. '
> ; I nit, and vigorously applauded Thomas As .the guest of bouor, Miss Mabel s Yours truly A Full and Complete Stock of Staple and Fancy Oroceilci
This company owns W. U. 114 Lr..
'r I I'f' Jefferson, who, ably appeared In tbe Berge/Was presented with a pretty Nn.

; I ZA.. 3ST' 3D S, I Ii' stellar role. Refreshments were then.dalnijly lien .-. '\.ron
811 KniPF.To : Send order and "have all needs filled II' once: A trial .m 1
P t. the Indian Rivet Country; On the St.Luole Mr. Jefferson ls a worthy successor of : ed by Miss Brady and.A bevy of charm your your ',
' H
\ : his father, tbe late Joseph Jefferson, log young ladles, and all left for their tbe Voters of Brevard County t vloce you of the" great saving both In money and trouble, made by ordei

1 oJI- Hirer; at New River and on Bay :' who made the play famous Those who respective homes about 11:)) p. m., some 1 respectfully announce tnynelf as a your merchandise from TilE DEPARTMENT: STORE
S r i Blscayne. Prices; tn suit tbe times candidate at the next Primary Klecilor .
of the temirktng to the society -
have seen the veteran actor said on guests for reelection aw Sheriff of Itrevard r----
Send for Laffrl List this oca utlon, that his son Tom has everyllttletrlcK i editor of the ADVOCATE, that Miss Bradywas County s11111N1N111N1N111111N11111N111111lt. *
Offices at Tltusvllle and Miami. Fla. j of his hI hor. i an'excellent hostess. I would appreciate/ the earnest sup- O. UTtrv,General Manager. Da. E. R. BLAIUWOCD,Beirlstered; Dranf

There were six act and every one will The following were present t pelt of, all our Yours people.truly, i

t that few realized that Misses Mabel Berge, Kate Stewart,
' so presented JO8KPII; P. BllOttN.
' East Coast Meat Market they were' not In a Ne.* York theatre I Frauces Robinson, Zindle Steward, Annie TITDSVILLE PHARMAC1

5 y The scene In the Catsklll mountains Norwood, !Myrtle Willard, Helen FOR SCI'T. PUBLIC INSTHUCT1ON.

V G. F. DUUEK, Agent where Kip awaktns after a 20 year sleep, Miller\ Susie Teeter, .Bertha Oliver, To The Voters of Brevard County: ,

Nt a was, very realistic and strenuous applause Fraakle Stewart, Laura Bailey, Sophie Yielding to the solicitation of many : (Successors to the Red Cross p armooy.)

M : :9co 101l0werl.-l'ertl1 Amboy Chronicle. Smith friends, 1 announce myself as a candidate
S>> I Messrs. Pert Ivea, Charles 11. Walton:! for nomination before the coming I TITUSVILLE. FLORIDA

i4 E: Q: Mr. Jefferaon's brother>lr. Chas. B. G. L. Maodavllle\ Bert Johnson, I. F. prlraailen. J I
S>> If nominated and reelected shall use
Jefferson-Urea at Hub Sound, on the Spencer, Frank Skill, George Brockett, my bant effort aa In the past, to pro- -- V Complete, Stock of;-
I .ti4 -==- lower Indian River. U. R. Perry, E. E. Knox, Ralph Halle. mute the Interest of our whole Public


cE3U2 JOHN K ON FEB 22ND. I- fVPrescrlpttons, Filled with the j&L
.. fc EPlHCOPAI.CII U nCII, il
and \
eta WILL MAKE GROVES. Utmost Care PromptltudolRQhWE
There will, be two races at Rail Gallle\ Dean Robottotn' gill hold service and

y at:: on Washington's Birthday, on.tor boats' !rotors In St. Gabriel's cburchj! Titus- Attorney Geo. M. Robbins, who, Is a WANT TOUR TRADE. GIVE US A TRIAL ORDER.

TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.mlmTED1 m,klDg 12 miles per hour and overt ando vllle, every Thursday at' .3g( p. m. The believer In tbe future prosperity of TI.

>e for boats making I... than II miles subject of bU lectures,dining the winter tusvllle, has bought more property. tie 1 NNNNNN1111NN1111NNNONI1N1111D.

par hour will be "The History of the Book of has purchased the Puss house and four -. -.. .. -- '"

y Boats will be handicapped according Common Prayer," acres of laud, near the Tltusvllle Park, U. SPELL. DR. J. C. SI' U."Re5tl.rell rbar

( t> their ,rating, under the American Dean Robottom will officiate In St. and will\ plant tbe land In peacb trees.

pJwer Boat Association Rules. First In Gabriel's church, Tltu.vllle.on Sunday This property adjoin Mr. Robbins' orange :Banner Store.TITUSVILLE

P wine, Entries Free All boats Invited.' morning, Feb. Otb, at 11 o'clock, and In grove. Now Is the time to buy Drug .

Write to G. F PA<1dlun. Ecu Gillie\ Merritt, on the Island, ar 3 p. m., and In property In Tltusvllle and neighborhood, FLblUDA
Everyone: tq know that w ship and Mr. Robbins knows It.
i chairman racing Cocoa In the at 710.
out on the next train all orders evening Toilet Articles Perfumery Stationery E''
I for Whistles, Wine., Deer and All entries must ba made by February There ls service In St. Gabriels chuich Mr. C. B. Klngman: a former residentof ,

Malt, and that we Mil better 20th, and boats must be measured for every Thursday at 7 :30 p. m. Dean Lakeland, Fla, who recently arrivedIn S -

i goods for lees money than any rating, by tbe measureis, not lAter than Robottom Is delivering a course of leo Tltusvllle, has been making thorough SODA WATERS and ICE CREAM
other hove lh Florida or el.
the of Feb Sfit. Investigation Into the
where. It want and morning turns on th" lator, and Contents of 1 orange growing
you prompt
r oareful attention try the old established TO MARRED. the Book of Common Prayer The Industry In this section, with tbe' result '
h that be has five of fine land .PURE FRESH
house of public Is cordially Invited. bought acres DRU5S
which, l he will\ plant la orange tree.. ,
L Tbe following has been received by PBK8BYTKRIAN: CIIURCU. Mall oideia promptly filled. Will order anything we have not In SiX
HANNE BROS. aDd Mr. R. W. Rhodes, a well known merchant
the editor of the ADVOOAT :,- refers next _
Rev L. T. lobe will\ preach Sunday of Miami ls tree.
planting more
Established uearly 20 to his' friend, Rev II: Huntington, at 7 pm., In tbe Tltusvllle Preabj" *
years til his fine north ofTltusvllle
1 e orange grove) Just
t JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA of Ht. Michael's church, West 9'Jth st., terlan church. Sunday School at 3 p. ru. -In the,Turnbull hammock. Z ai :rs.t: : .r g XX
New York; and a popular young lady and Prayer meeting at 3 o'clock every
.IIIllIIIIIII II who was, a guest of Hotel Ormond.on Tuesday afternoon Quite a number of prospectors hare

several occasions: been In Tltusvllle this week, looking tqr fAPERUANGING. KALSOMINING, VARNISHING, STAINING, FISW
"Mr. Charles Leonard Ooodbue requests orange groves, and good: land for grow SIGN! PAINTING OF ALL KINDS, ETC.
tbe honour of Mr. Charles II. Dear Friends of Tltusvllle: log fruit and vegetables. :
alton'. presence at the marriage of his I am delighted to have my home'for In this section of Brevard county can Old Furniture made to look like new Mirrors Made and Re-Sllverd
daughter Grace Beeober, to Reverend Reasonable Rates-,
this year with you. I believe the Lord be found some of the best fruit and
Harwood Huotlngton, on the afternoonof has sent me bore. I am planning and '
+ Saturday, the JJnd of February. 11)08, vegetable land In Florida. .Tsr. ELDeEJD.
i"tr' at four o'clock at the. first Church of praying for a great revival our midst.I y ,

Springfield, Mass. Reception after. the have already made some strong friends A SOCIAL PARTY, I Shoo In Serlroeeotir Building..
ceremony;Sterns Hill.". tbat do not know the Lord as a personal TITUSVILLE, 'FLORIDiXjJL
b TRADEMARK We extend: hearty congratulations In saviour. I long to see them saved The Mr. and Mr. W, R. Battle, of Palm
(1 ,
STAG Brand Paint advance Lord willing, I will\ preach here Sunday street, Tltusvllle, gave a very enjoyable
r KXCBLLS ALL Semlpallt.OT1IKHS, morning at 11 o'clock, and evening,at party last Friday night, In honor of Miss TXTUSVXLLJiJ: : 'V "LJIVST: STAD

r For SPREADING CAPACITY, 'TEMPERANCE LECTURE.Miss 70 o'clock. You are cordially Invitedo Tarver, of Silver Springs. ?

I BEAUTY of FINISH, the Methodist church to all services. Game. and questions on a penny were FEED AND SALE' SADDLE no

WEARING QUALITIES Holllster, who has been travelIng Sunday school every Sunday morning at the ,features of this pleasant evening

F ONE GALLON MAKES TWO., In the Interest of the National, W. C. 10 o'clock, in care of Bro C. B. KID It. Miss Carruthers and Mr; Houston tied ...STABLES... BUGGIES,

Tousle byROXALD Cocoa, Fla.A FISKE**.,* T. U., spent several days In Tltusvllle man. JI'. P. MCC LL. on the number of questions answered on BAGGAGE SIITRANSF&R

this week, and gave two lectures for the he penny, and won the prize-a box of v _

-TOE-' temperance cause, at tbe Methodist OYSTER BAKE AND SUPPER candy sod TURXO '
church; and on Thursday morning at All reported most enjoyable evening,
TWO BEST SPARK PLUGS the home of Mr. tT; F. Fischer, on Julia The Eastern Star, Masons and Ladles' Those present were, : HAULING ETC. ?.n IIIDd

ON THE MARKET street, organized a W. C. T. U., with Guild will give .a big oyster bake and Miss Annie Morgan, Miss Carruthers, I
\"' .1 T5 .l.00.KEVrORD eight members. upper at Masonic hall, Tltusvllle\ on Misses Annie and Bailie Battle, Miss I J. JW:. bs/b4an:
TITUSVILLE10 of Bobbins' Law, Office7LI
The following! ladles were elected as Wednesday evening, Feb. 12, co-mm.nG- Whltaore, Miss Tarver; Messrs Over. rear

officers: Mrs. F. P. McCall, president; log at six p. m., when, supper will be street, Houston, Gruber, DeCouroy and

Mrs. Q. F. Fischer, vloe-presldent; and ready for all comers. Carrutbers. /
W. :8:. I'ARI:: ::ER: ?
Mrs.. II, o. Utloy, secretary There will be lots of amusement and .,
.' ['IIz MARRIED IIN TITUSVILLE.Mr. A chance on a big Teddy bear will be Tin: and Shoot; Iron oPor1Eai

r I 'TJ: x. given to everyone purchasing a valentine. -MAjor F. M. Taylor spent yesterday TANKS OF ALL KINDS MADE 1O ORDER,
o Wm. F. Vapderbllt Sbritra, of Oysters baked and stewed, sandwiches, la JaokionvllleTbe HOOFING-TIN AND GALVANIZEDBOAT
70 a: 1 Columbus, O, who' has been la lltusvllle coflee, Ice cream, ,cake, home-made PUMPS
C < for several day's, was met here on candy, and lots of other delicious things Tltusvllle High School will observe StSD I
Z Monday afternoon br Miss Bertha B. wilt, be served by a bevy of .charming Arbor Day, this afternoon, with Dealers In BICYCLES:: AND BICYCLE

> 0oj Berton, of MldJleport O who receiveda young ladies' special exercises and the planting of Q-orxora itopaix'E. ::: ork-

:!: welcome from Air Sbrum trees AH parents\ Invited, -- -- .--.- ._
hearty ; as See the feature of tbe evenlnga! : sur -- -------- --- -

[?'II' she stepped off the train After being lo pried for alt Don't fall to attend-you -Mis. II. C. Sparkman, Wauchula : L. =R.A.S 5 &; ::S O
gather a short while, they secured a may see the cct>Crated !goat ; with her two Interesting little boys, wlliarrive { ,
marriage license, and went, to the etb.OOllt Admission free. next week, for a visit with Mrs.Sparkman' .s
mother, Mrs. KAte AND i HAY AND
parsonage, on Main street, where of the Myers oottsge. Myers, GROCERIES, GRAIN ALL FOOD PROD
the Rev F. 1"'. MoCatl joined< the happy TEN NIGHTS IN A :
I We
handle FEBTItWe
I -Fish of astonishing size are.being of all kinds. We are agent for MAKES
pair together In the holy bonds of matrimony : caught In tbe ronfcka Mr. Roll Adams deal exclusively the above line of goods and solicit the trade of all een. "
RACER- In the presence. of wltness"". Like the Sun' It Is none the less beanllful and another fUherman got elltht,. Write us for prices on Grain and all Groceries, delivered at your ItL
t 1\10 p'klnlf to tinker with. Atimilntvlv\ ns ---- because of (Iis age, U the remark seven bIll speckled trout nd :bass that E. L. BRADY dt BRO. .. .ITUSVIU.E, !
ti 1t1 1 3 Tight.OUa'&I1tee"Loaf for!around one year tswrlnir| joints, |>erfvrt III, SAID PASHA. made. by a minister of the gospel while: were !good tt look at and mlllbt good -- -- -.-.-- __ ___ h__ ___._,__ .___'___ _
MONARCH speaking of "Ten. Nights A Bn Room" : to ea,.. says the Oroon-l rrespondenlof
Made to must the dnman I for a ItolUr "'It. lhe Bugger Prlnoe Comic Opera Co. and how true are his words for this T ,U One of tbe anglers started out The StOre.:
Better than any SI M plug sold, B tlnf.ot uu with sixty.live foil of line, and by the N'avelty
I guaranteed. gave a perforroano I lo the Opera home, famoua drama haslived\ for years and 1.1 time they stopped angling there wa*

1 N No Made with Double Improved Mloat Insulation Tltusvllle, ten Monday.niD<.; and notwlthstandlngthestrlngenoyln now a* popular as ever.' Mr. Kil'ch-' scarcely ten feel left, s.' vigorous were Stationery, Books. Notions, Fancy Dli.be, Candy, Toys, Eta (*, wl
Map mice' U need In the onniitructloa ,
"Hiwclal UlHiouuta to the Trade" the money field has spared no pains tlr expense in : tbe tUb Both rods were snapped In Counters.
marker the house was packed. There [>Ices and U was nfCeuan to out nap- -HOLIDAY
v t RONALD & FISKE!: making Krltcbfleld company one of lings aDd use them for pole. A -+--
STATE AGENTS. are quite a number of performed In this the strongest on the road. The company 1 Three doors south .f J. R. Walker's Dry Goods Store.
Cocoa all of whom, did to the L >I. DODSON .. v. TITUSVIi.tf-
Fla. company, justice number over forty people, traveling What '
Everybody Wants
( I U your dealer, dime. not handle them,Mad to us. audience and themselves, The perform. '
|aa their private oar A strong feature T -- -
era were loudly applauded throughout.. of the attraction is Everybody desires good health, which
Krltchfield's celebrated ,
Shoe Repairing! Impossible the kidneys are INDIAN FACTO *
Military Band and "Concert.Orches: Healthy. "'ole,'. Kidney Remed corrects RIVER ICE '
Fol., Orloo Las atlve Is a new remedy .
I do all kind. of trk. This mammoth production will Irregalailtles and cores all formsof
and shoe repair an Improvement on the laxatives offormer !kidney bladder TITUSVILLE FLA.
or disorders ,
Ing Pritchard, and do A not Son forget It. Opposite Jaa. years, as It does not gripe or be seen la Tltusvllle, Saturday, Feb. 8, : Fole,'. Kidney Remedy at once and Take prevent is prepared to furnish IoeiD'an,. quantity! -Sacked or loose Sped*" -"
ANDREW OIBSON.' nauseate and ls pleasant to take It Is
at this Brlght's disease and diabetes. paid sacking for Yachts or for Fair Is 1 lotfloA.
\ guaranteed. Tltusvllle Pharmacy JOB PRINTING done offloe Tltasvllle Pharmacy .. jo
Titusville .,S-,PIATT, Proprietor.

j >

: rt :...;J' ",/ : ,
t.L'r' \ :
...,, ; ,,' > '" .. .. : ; .,\, ,, :: ', "r. 'n',1" ; : '
\ '
; .. .I : ,
'. >> '" ? Qf.: y'1 1
t tf ,. .:
,. \ -i llti .. '. I :
!' \ iitMIiiI n. .... J: &'l.I''t <,
"', _... ..., . .7 ,.. '- ""