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 Material Information
Title: East Coast advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: April 24, 1908
Publication Date: -1891
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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System ID: UF00079908:00069
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Succeeded by: Indian River advocate

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LOCAL NEWS, Geo. II. rcmnlil; Hardware Co Sunday next I I. Easter Sunday A Ur>' nt Hunter: Showing PRESBYTERIAN SERVICES. F. E. C. RY.SCHEDULE.

Dealer In Wholesale and Retail Hardware .
Nearly U
Topic of General Interest. everybody rejoicing over You will\ Mud a great Easter display of On Sunday nlpht at the Presbyterianchurch Effective at mlilnlk;ht1\ Monday night ;
nd paints oils, IIR.sb. doors, blinds, the fact that we have had a few showersof .
the newest thing at our store. No Kev 1.. T. lobe preached an rloquant the Florid Kant Coast Railway lime, cement bitch and shingles rain at last after the
long dry spell.
matter what department you visit, you set mon on "WllUm111 Ye Servo" train No. 91: known aa the fait
Machine Shops, all kinds of ,,'palrwork I
THE ADVOCATE TRY IDEAL FLOUR at. Goldsmith1, wilt And nothing but the newest and luteripernlng. It with an. Interesting account tourist service. .
on engines bolleis and Naphtha .
In advance. most desirable goods; the kind you can : of how, he was I brought to the foot Train No, 20 will leave Tltusvllle, at ,
dllleri $1,50 per launches -Mis* Blanche Ballou of Mime, Will
.75 '. liE months, .. In \ buy with a feeling of satisfaction; the of the cross by: translations. of the New ,3.Jit:: p. m, arriving at Miami 11:4H p. m.
Tin and Metal work, plumbing steam Tltusvllle Sunday en route home '
UOO: per an. to foreign countries. and gas fitting Good Work at lowest from a visit with friends In Massachusetts klod I you will\ take pride In wearing' Testament In Greek Latin and the Spun- I Train Nl). W will leave Jacksonville at y

When you ubcrlbe' for the AnvoJi : prices. He It .a tie, a ht, pair of shoes, a ahlrt.; lab l languages, after having been a follower i 5:10: pm., arriving at Tltusvllle at 11:18: ,

It does not cost hose underwear a suit, coat and pant, of the world for years previous.Ills p. m.
by the year, Included.ypu GEO. II. FKRXAI.D HAHDWAHK Co., -Ml I..a Sallie Battle la Mutating Mrm or topcoat-each article I II of the very i seiinon was listened to attentively, I Train No: V* will leave Tltuavllle for i
week postage
sp.U tree cent per i Hanfurd Fla Sortmgeour in the pOlto loe. during the latent do"lgn-jullt the proper stele) for lie a1si>'announced that two more Sundays -I taeksonvllle all II: p. m. r

or Reading notice ads. are ten cent absence q>f rostma tel; Taylor who Is IPOS Easter would,end. his services lucre x 1 Train No. 08 will l leave Tltuavllle for

rUDe on this page.: -Dr. W. W. Fails pastor of the Presbyterian taking a much-needed rest at Canaveral If you want to be rightly! clothed for The music on this occ""lou'Ia." well Jacksonville' and Intermediate point At ,
and chairman
church Miami
U y Get the ADVOCATE: at Manila- of the Dade County Board of Education A GLASS OP SILVER LIMEADE OR Easter you should see our clothing,and selected\ and admirably rendered Mis :Jloa: m.

jewelry store. of GOLDEN ORANGEADE will refresh furnishings.WIMBTON. Lash[ Loaley at the organ and Airs. Geo.tV. On the Tltusvllle" ,Sanford )Branch the
Ille' waa In Tltusvllle Monday. s
on
YOU If drank at the,Tltusvllle\ S. BHAXIIICI, t\oob"t. Jr, with the cornet, gleatly rain leave at OOO: a. m. and arrive at 6

-Mr. E. p. Torcher, a prominent rosiest THE NOVELTY STORE IS SELLING Pharmacy.: Headquarter for Style and,Value aided the choir of young voices 1,110() p. nl, ,it

of Cocoa, was In Tltu vllle on Moni Goods at Cost. Come and get bar. Tltusvllle Fla 1 -- -- A train will\ be operated during the ''0'I
Mr. Frank II. of Jackson- ; I"
gains. -I. M. Poimov. 31-2t: Webber MR. WOOTEN WITHDRAWS. summer frum Miami to Knight' Keylock
vllle after spending several day In Tl }
CARDH.Itev on Sunday and Thursdays of each
,ET TOUR EASTER SIDS FOR -Mr, W. E. Sams of Courtenay who tusvllle, with his wife and baby who are ANDY'S FOR POST To the Voters of Bievard. County tOn week train to leave Miami\ at W a. m. '''

the whole family at has been at Nassau, Bahamas for sever visiting his mother Mri. M. K. Webber J. T. Hunllngton after a short account of Ill.health I have decided Returning the train will\ leave bjnlgbt' tire''
al months ball returned, and la now at left vUIto Hotel Ormund and" hl.orl\nlte
Lard for home
will meett on Wednesday
Fortnightly : Club to withdraw from the '
-Tb* my name announcement Key dock at 10 a. m. on Tuesday and
Titusvllle\ where he will make his home place at Lyrata, hat returned to
the home of Mr*. Oeo. W. booble, on grove column of the ADVOOATK andto will make
-Mr*. L. M. Wet more, after a delightful laturilay The train. connection
uhlngton avenue on Thursday next, for the present.Mr vl,lalt' with Mr. W. P. Webster, hi* home In Hartford Coup. decline to be a candidate for the olllce with the arrival And departure t

prll 23rd, and Mrs. Hoffman Allnn, who of Jacksonville; and with her relatives I -Judge J. p. VaoDeman and family, of County Treasurer In justice' to myself of .steamers fur Key Writ and Havana. ;

-Mr. Geo. Glngras the well known spent the winter at the Royal PolDclana'1 Mr. and Mra. Booby, at Hotel Conti! I who have been spenning the winter In and my family I feell am justifiable'

oat builder, of RocVledge accompaniedy Palm Beach write the ADVOCATE they rental Atlantic Beach, returned to her : their OOI71H/nlt\ Rockledge left ibis In taking this step. In declining the EASTERN'STAR MEETING.There '
have to Chailesion: West Vhglnla. : week for horn In Delaware kind of friend I do with i
bit popular wife and'family, spent acw gone Tltutvllle home on Saturday much to their summer urging my so 1st

days this week with relative In to look after their coal land, the pleasure of her family.Mr 0 the keen sense of gratitude to them for will be a grand reception' of the ;

heir past support and their present.. member of the tbova Order In Daytonaon
TIlE OF A LIFETIME TO the Wo.
iliitka.HERRY. CHANCE [ *. Halley and daugbter, Mlta -The.11\ be a meeting of
I have held ofllco. In this 1
buy a Phonograph at first co lit. Records Laura and 'OD. who have been spend- mau'a C bilstlan Temperance Union. at uranoca Monday evenfng+ next April 20th
h CARDINAL, THE NEW for and, therefore when several from Tltutvllle to
county many years expect;
cheap. TiluavUle\ Pharmacy Ing tbe winter In Tltntvllle with the for the home of Mrs C, F. .Fischer Julia I",
I Drink at the Banner Drug Store.Mr. I oannot be accused now of shirking In attend
mer' mother Mr*. L M. Wetmore will street, on Thursday next, April 2Jrd.
at
chief cook the
Ilamp Moore declining to be a candidate ibis Lime On Tuesday and Wednesday April 21 I sand
L. C. Branding a former popu-
leave, on Wednesday next for their borne Mrs F. S. Battle Secretary.,
and
Thousand Island Club last winter
resident of Titusvllle but now of Ml- ; J. F. WOOTICK. SU: the Grand Chapter( of Florida, ,
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ID New London Mr. Harold R
Conn. .
also for the houseboat, Captain Jack .-Mr. and Mis* Jas. Williamson son Ormlerof Eastern Star will hold its 4th F
ml In town day or so the first of
was a
I.,week, shaking hand with lilt many leaves this "'eek. for Brunswick, Ga., for Perry, of Wlnittead Conn.will\ also leave and daughter-la.law, Mr. and Mr. Jo*. GOING TO BUILD. annual session In Masonic ball, Daytona .t
on bin north for the summer. Hamp home the same day. Williamson passed through here Wed. '
,
way New
: will Mr. Nettle V. Turner, of Smyrna -
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lends who hope he and his family
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Tltuivllle to reside.Mr. will return to Tltusvtlle In the fall. Commodore J. II. Allen managerof nesday en route to Mlddletown Coon, Lumber I I. being placed on the ground I I. Grand Matron ; Mr. John VSlneath /
to
turn for the blllldlDK'of nice resldeuoe for
-Dr. L. Schnnttetly, of Freeport the Outing! Club property Allen and otbor'1acell., for the summer They a of St. Auguatlue, Grand Patron;

Geo. E. Prltcbett turpentine' Pa., who spent the winter at New Smyr. burst, after spending a day or ao at the pent the winter at Coo
Aerator and saw mill owner returned Sterling left for the above place on his M r, Gardner between the Robbln Grand and, Ir.. George 11.
na, with his wife writes the ADVOCATE -On our 4th page will\ be found the Secretary;
'RI( I hit home In Tltuavllle Sunday from that lie caught 7801 bs. of all kinds offish houseboat, 'luesday, and opened theClub' an noil aoo rn en t of Mr, R, K. Hatch of and.Halle cottages, on Washington. avenue Robbins of Tltus lll., Grand Marshal..

r eorgla. Mr. riltchett hall sold his two during has three months stay at the store that day. Work on the lockledge, who I* a candidate for the TltuavllJ
ne river front lot*-one to Mr, and Mr Work un Mr. and Mr*. 8. A. Ratlibun'scementblock
elegant coqnlna-rock club house will CONTEST.The 4
above place. Wb:.!n an Inlet I I. opened office of County Treasurer, Mr. Hatch HOMESTEAD .
B. Ratbbun of Ilammondsport N. house will also soon com
near tbe Ilaulover canal,. It will also flit soon commence. la so well and favorably known In Ure-
and the other to Dr. and Mr. F. M.oblnson mence.Tltusvllle.
J ; the lagoon with all kind of flsh. WHILE YOU ARE THINKING about ward county, that It Is almost unnecessary greater pan of three day were
of Elklna, N.. U. They will I II forging ahead. before the
taken In
1I taking testimony
for to comments up
style for Easter don't forget quality. u pas any upon
DR UOUOUTON dentist Peck Block
ulld up-to-date oemeD block winter ,
I Clerk of the Circuit Court Tltusvllle
the tots. Daytona Fla. tf. The good honest clothes made ..bySchlos t"ITIY THE SPUR AT ROCKLEDGE.
raiei on when Max L. Von Kojipelow contested<< 4 .
Bros., are on sale at our ator. OUR GRAPE PUNCH AT THE!: )
OST CARDS AT MANDY'S. -) Bert Merwlo of Mllford; Conn, '10.00 to $:!O 00. Winston 13. Braoolng.Mr. .Banner Drug Store. The railway company will replace the the right of Ella.Forster and brother to II {

was !I. 'lltuaville Wednesday. He has spur leading from the Kocklodg depot the United States hom.steadjpf| George

Irmis -Rev. Ilarwood Iluntlngton and bride bOf'n'at ckledge for a while and his Augustus PI tou,one of New York' -Mr*. J. B. Komi, who ha been In to the ho'ela.. Engineers are at, work Bates deceased. The testimony was

bo e wedding, a few weeks ago at father and mother joined him the first prominent and talented playwrights, New York for a while visiting her ocatlng the aiding or Y, to that the forwarded to the United State Land )'

. Tingfield, Mass wa reported In the of the week at their beautiful winter showed his genial countenance In Tltuavllle harming, young married daughter MI.I train will not have to cross the mainline office In Oalnoavllle, Fla .

DVOCATB have left California for lion- home at Kockledge', where they are en- last Friday, accompanied by his Wright, has returned to her Daytona In milting the detour to the hotel. D. L. Gaulden represented Ella Forester

'lulu and Japan where Mr. Huntlngtod oylog their visit very much. They owna charming wife and two maid. Mr. and I tome, and' her many friend ar.jtl\'lnj( The work will\ be finished lln lime for the and brother and F J. Webb represented

Et ill deliver some lectures In the Unlver- lovely home at Milford, which theAntrnni Mrs. Pltou bad been pending the winter her hearty greeting. It I II almost neod- coming winter' bimlno.-Cu44>a-Kock. Max LVonKoppelow.HOTEL .

ty of Toklo. Etpra that city Itev. Mr.untlngton *!;* editor hat -h.lltho--.- .-- pleasure at their beautiful orange grove placeat less to say the genial Doctor la delighted : edge New. : .

and wife will\ go to Shanghaid Of visiting.I Hobe Sound and were en route home over his wife' return I MASS MEETING. f

other place before returning to Dartrd .: where the ADVOCATE: folfowa. Referring
Conn. Next winter we hope'tothe THE DENTO4: Is now located' at Fort to the above party, the Jackson -The Boston, Courier says: The Ito.ton .- a -Mr. I). St. Clair NUbet.of; Indlanola, residents Interested- In 'the
In- all branches. Club met at the Revere was la Iowa yesterday Alt pur-
e Kev. n. huntington and wife In.. Pierce. Dentistry vllln Times,Union My*: "Mr. Augustus English IMessrs I chat of the Indian River hotel, Tltuavllle

ituiville with' the Rev. John T. skillfully executed. Pltou. actor playwright and theatrical house, on Thursday night and hail a* -! Gen. and Henry I'rllchelt are requested to meet In tbe Courthouse

1 lock untlngton. We understand their or. Dr. Edward Urlcb. manager I I. at the WIDd.o, .with his !guests Lleut.-Colooel MoNamara, of tbe left bore, yesterday, for Eau Oallle on a this (Friday) evening at 7:30.: ,

"ga grove place at Lyrata In the Turn- -Or. and Mrv F. M. Robinson andMiss wife Mr. Pltou I.I one oy the best British Naval and Military Veterans Association business trip. The ladles-who have the welfare of r''

tail hammock, Is In fine condition. \ France Robinson arrived In New known and most successful theatricalmen and Captain J. O. Walton.A -Mr. BorJortba arrived In Tltuavllle, this town at heart-especially member "

Ir. Chan. II. Walton spent a few York at6tolat: Sunday evening, aftera In tbe bUll Des.. He mad his (flrit U. One lunch of Tltusvllle was served.Fla.Mr Charles. yesterday: front DeLitad on a visit to of the Village Improvement Associationare
was unaomously
Walton
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aye this week'at the oozy winter borne rough passage. Dr. and Mr. ,Robin- professional appearance In Edwin Booth elected member of rfr. rUII Mn. E. t.. Brady) and Miss Brady" specially Invited to be present.
f will remain In New York with their company, at the Winter Garden Theatre, a honorary -----L.
)UG0o Mr. and Mrs. Chris. L.' Berge In ion he above club. -Mr. R. L. Baldwjn and family, who '
,New taking the of the
week and then to York part prlettn
for another go
retry New Smyrna. It I I. one of the son, have been at Fort Pierce. for some time TROUT FISHINGK,
d. Y. to visit their on, Dr. Hamlet. He later became leadingman DR. MILLER DENTIST: TITUSvllle '
Pawling 1
teit winter home in town, and 1 Is ) have returned to,Tltuivllle to reside "
ucb admired by residents and visitors\ harry S.: Robinson before leaving for of the Booth company ills managerial FU. Fishing by those who know how to

oaA.. 'though' Mr. and Mr*. Berge have only their home In Elklns, N. II. Mist Kob- experience commenced with the : -lIlr. and Mra. J. C. Kant prominent If YOU VUSH TO HH1NE IN THEE fish tay It I III excellent on Indian River.

upled their new thomaa few months (neon ha gone to Cold Spring N, Y., on management of the DaolthefT He later resident of Martha' Vineyard near meter day parade get a new Hohlos At the Ilaulover canal large catches offish

lJ Ivy have many kind of rose bushes a visit to relative, where her parents eased and managed tbe ,Grand Opera Boston, alter spending five month In el.l at Winston.S. Brannlng'a. are made dally with book and Una.

ad other plant In bloom; aa well a.T1Dge. will join her for a while house, Toronto Canada. He ha been rttutvllle with Dean and Mrs. Percy J. ,Yr, J. L. Mobley la driving a well On Saturday last one man caught over f fI

A. grapefruit aDd other tree grow. -M r. M. A. Sprague after pending manager of the Fifth A venue and Booln'atbeatrea lobottom, left on Wednesday for their for Mr. W. P, Ullei, after which be will\ He ha
In New York. beep
I? In their garden-to say nothing of the winter with her ion and daughter- for such celebrities alV.. J.Scaloo summer home; but tbelr many friend itart on the well for the city waterworks aid there-were no /fish ?

vegetables. Mr. Berge ha also pun In.laIt., acid Mra. C. L. Berge and manager will give them. a hearty welcome on their ----v-
KNIGHTS
Robert Mantel) Joseph Murphy
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'Med 19 ,acre of land to grow celery family, at New Smyrna has returned to return here next fall. Mr and Mrs. Tom F lum- OF PYTHIAS-
lose[ Cogblan Chaunoey Olcott,Kath,. -Mr. Doyle a prominent i
Iii ad he expect to' bring south next V. J accompanied Cent-who were accompanied by that
men her home ap Ardena Kidder and others. In late year he baa bee merchant of Grand lUpldi, Mich., )
all Indian River Lodge No. 103 Knight
to work the land. Mr. and Mrs. grand daughter popular young lady Miss Annie Leeca I ,
her bright young
by managed the Grand Opera house New arrived at The Hurling/ on Wednesday.
erge and Miss Mabel Merge are just the Viola. Mrs. bprague' youcgo$ daogh- will\ vlsltthelrdaugbter' In Scotch Plaint, leave for borne of Pytbla, held an enthusiastic_ meeting .
to tomorrow,
]gh. York and various traveling. companies, na[ expects f
when Mr. Oeo. II.
a81 who know how to make a guest feel 1 1I her Mra Gilbert wife of Judge NewtonW. N. J., on their way to Massacbussett on Monday evening,
I home-hence the ADVOCATE: editor had .,Gilbert,of Manila Philippine Inlands,' lie baa ,been a collaborator on several The Dean and wife are rather lonesome TKY WILLIAM TELL FLOUR ATGoldsmith's. heath wa Jnltlated Into the mysteriesof >
'site| successful play,aod sole author of manyothers. the rank of Page Tie Lodge In a
an enjoyable visit New Smyrna gave a lawn party In for of Secretary : ." since the departnre of their parent

much Improved since our hut visit, of War Taft and party, and about 600 of I Capt. F. A. Root aDd wife, Mlee Iarj |. prosperous condition and has degree

ad l II r.pldly.forglnjf ahead. Many tbe elite of Manila were preaent. Mr*. SUITS TO ORDER. ORDER Notice to Growers. ,\ Fred Knot L. Hanten and J, Armstrong work for a number of meetings ahead.

antes have been erected and cement Gilbert was known at Miami Rocktedge now and N ready if eature* taken on the Urge bourn"ebuat Buckeye, -foci

)RSIIT' 'dewalks laid, which add considerably Ormond and St. Augustine Egg dye rabbits, cblcka.flltja. basket Mtu Brothers Jacksonville Fla, propelled by the power brats Badger Hotel > Kate. ,
1 the I Tltnsvllle, husband I I. FURNITURE. DRY.GOODS, SHOES. wish to notify Growers that they will be and Truant arrived< appearance of New Smyrna."We Edna Berge. Her
re all Mia Five-drawer Drop-bead Sewing Machine glad to handle tbelr Fruits and Vegetable front a trip extending to Cuban shores Summer rate at the Pslroburst, Tltuvilla *-
under obligation to Postmaster C. Judge of the Court of First Instance, They left' Monday mOl DIDI. fortbelr
R '"hn for carriage drives; and to Mr. M. Manila. Judge and Mn. Gilbert and warranted 12 year, $29.50. this coming "!"On; If ,they will hornet la Daytona. are a* follow t Table, board $3.00

Clouser for an automobile drive which recently left Manila for Australia, Screen cloth by yard or roll, 200. ship good,sound stock Over-ripe Fruit per week; Room and Board $7.00"per
Mod party CRAB A.04RDIUB.Titusville, Phone W. Vegetable, or Packing House Refuse week Meat hours Breakfast 6JO:: to
to y. editor pleasant stay In tin a pleasure trip. Some day we hope .' Hto Wood for gale.
d.I,0. '.w 8mr!!". Judge and Mrs. Gilbert la Titus wilt not be received. 8:00: a. m.J: Dinner )12J0't1112.00p.| m.; a
to see
For Sale. < Respectfully, Meat In townall heart. $7.00 per cord, Supper 6M till '7.00 p. m.
vllla. ,__ __. MARX BHOTUCM. I2.4D per atraod and 91.20 per % strand. PALMUCK-T Tltuavllla Fla.
Hardware Etc. A new aeml-speed lanocb, JJx3: >4, 6h. Try It and be convinced;
Wanted.
Sour Orange Trees /> J. J>. Easts.Job .
For alt klndq ; both belt p. motor at a bargain. Building. Cottage'For Itent. "Dose Kent,
o.are. Several hundred for budding of large larger bust LKO DEPLAJII: ,.
.Dd< heavy, Paints Oil. Ship Chandlery, size. State size and price.32.ac 33 4 Daytona. Fla. Small cottage forwent In South Tltut, I-rlntliig.Do Large 10-room house all modem
v rockery aDd Glassware call on n*. Elful'. Tropic Fla.
IL e W. vllle, partly famished Recently vacated not forget the fact that at the AD Improvement, completely furnished for

Ight y have the,good. and our price are For Kent. 'Wood for Sale. by Mr. and Mra.,Taft, of Perth Am- rocATB office Tltuavllle we do Job house-keeping. Kent from May lat to
of all kinds cheaply and
neatly,
Mail>l order reselve attention. suites of room Pine or oak any length. Also plow,. boy. N. J.Apply ezpedltionaty printing Letterhead, Notebead, Nov. 1st. 4
prompt or .
0a Jai The Taylor cottage, aeuo. lug and barrow!og. See or' address J, to CUA. U.WALTOK Envelope,Tag; and all other I Address, 428 W.Duval atreet,
pBrrcHAJtD A Soar, furnished, for summer beads
11a.sssas ,
ADVOCATE office Tltutvtll 32.3w Jacksonville, ,
Tltntville Fla. M: u )f& F. M. TATLOB. W. Jamison Tltarlllet ;ITU. ,

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Free and The "Atlatlc Peril.'* The Llacola Centenary and After. "Dishrtttrn la New York by 006000000 OOOOO OOO

\ Whether the alariut ID parts of oar a "wWle" negro minstrel "My Old
Masons The rtarslag of tbe ninety-ninth anniversary

Accepted main territory over a potstM Japanese of the birth of Abraham Kentucky Home" by a PennaylvanUn The effect of Scott's Emulsion on thin :

Invasion by way of Immigrant port and "Maryland. Mj Maryland." by I is
Lincoln Is a Biting time to call attention pale children is magicaL

Was iMswIeW'or DOt this country can- to the centenary, which Is only a rttfSrot of a state tbat never Joined

ndlsn No. M Dot be put In the ridiculous class because year ahead of us. Needles to prophesythat tbe Conre4erlcy It makes them plump, rosy, active, happy. i

of the ffotmt of that
blgb
River Titus vllleLodge. ,I protest there will be a national celebration It It contAins Cod Liver Oil Hypophosphites .
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bave been aimed agatpnt the ImJIOr'U.I The! name which Mitts Vanderbilt .
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In 1009 that wlil fitly teatlfy to
rVFlorida. thin of Asiatics Our neighbor north tbe esteem In which the memory of taught I II asld' to he pronounced -Say- and GJycerne, to makefa', blood and bone

i < Holds at eacb Its ne month..tiuir>In tbe tbe moron Maeool* and Temple hearth,frlay ffcuvLl >- and south having Pacific roast Interest Lincoln Is bell by the whole country. ehaln-yer." Some day sbe'll feel like and so put tc.her:: that it is easily dileatedby

*, at TUO o'clock p m. to guard are more outspoken! than ourSelves The growth. of Lincoln' fame hap making It "8ft, -chain yer money* little foH!;.. )(

r.T Bohnrt. Worshipful ....-. over the projx.it It Ion of Count down." _____ I
() ea, A ftwwart, Henlor W_.. Okuma. nll.r of Japan to push been steady, and considering that be ?______ ALL DP \ ':....:.ST3 | BOO. AND SI.OO.
Harry Wtl"'n, lunlor Warden.H .a-p has been deed less than half a century An Iavltatle

R.. R.WII Walker_, Tr, _.u_,.rerJno &,..,. Japanese eipnonl<1(i uutll the subjects and that the passions of the era In Dick-Yon are such a funny- girl. I O 4 + dliawa'Sra lV dde9rtdtdt tt r' 1 O e

rrsak Sam, ttenlor ItrwaunTt" of tbe mikado over-spread tbe face of which be wrought have been stilled never did know bow to take 700. Kitty "=

>*. U Mama. Junior LMaoon.Ctian the earth like cloud of locusts. Oka- You tried.
a (coyly)- never beeteffort
; my as In the
H Waltaa.Hmlorntevard.J. only within thia prevent generation.\ ANNOUNCEMENTS.; past,
W ,.....Ier. Junior Steward. ma points his countrymen! to CLUe or baa been marvelous. The of --- -- .- mote the Interest of our whole] PuBlh
name
J. D. KnnU.: Tyler School
Syitem.
Mexico Peru BrntU because of
M. I.Rums Chaplain.IMDAJC or or
,
Abraham Lincoln Is cherished In the ]
the scarcity of labor there. To this FOR STATES!:' ATTORNEY Respectfully,
south today as well .. la the north JOHN K. WAI.ach.
the Chilean minister of foreign for
proposition I hereby announce my candidacy
RIVER CII4MKH x0..1, While. preparing for a national celebration
/ affairs answered In a recent! Interview 1 nomination to second term of tbe office -
of tbe It would be FOR CLERK OF TilE
ItOTAL ARCS IMAHONB.Tb a* follows centenary 4. of State Attorney In and for the 7th CIHCIIT COlRt

IndUn River ''h.pter Rnrsl *rch Mumuueu well to arrange for a repetition of tbe y judicial circuit of Florida, subject to tbe To The Voters of Brevard County
the Ant Menlo' each BMOIIB M tic Japanes* Immigration mu.t b* firmlyopposed
ceremonies each. lit future. The decision of the Democratic Primaries to Thanking for
year
p Mama you past favors
Tempi not only In South America but ,,
Thedbwlug are tile?moss of this chapter In th. whole American continent." The annual celebrations of the birthday are be bold on May 19, DOS.{ It again trusted beg to announce myself. a <.andidlt,

M. w...."' *. &....11"01 Mlgb Prl.**,. earn remark applies to Chinese Immigration not tbe wltbthe sdmlnUlratlon of this moat for re election to tbe office of llfrk \
J R. Walker, King. sine everything. that provoke general throughout country, Important office by the people, I 'will aa tbe Circuit Court of Brevard of

H.H. K.R. Prltebrtl Wilxn, ,T'munrrrIt. Horlb: peril or threats for the future I* to be nor are the exercises uniform. i I have always strlved to do, perform my subject tn the action of the ouDt1,
<<
te r rt avoided, and any discrimination In the In fourteen out of forty-sir: states I duty Impartially and fearlessly! for the Democratic Primary, and would r01U1u
: r.Ct'ii
tluuik
: : treatment of Aalallc would offend the
T. V.tender Kutwrw. FrliKrti.al ost.1f itojourner.r. Japanese and arouse their yet ungluttcdarwd Feb. 12 U a legal holiday. Sometimes beet Interest of the /State JOHN C. JOKES you kindly for your supportliespectfully.

A. WMt.n. Kn?.l N Waller: ttenier nr 'IV':. might thus be afforded them of proving State Attorney 7th Circuit. A. A. STII:1Rt.FOR : .
r J Hall MtsfsnrtMwail to eulogies delivered before patriotic
that their naval and military force. were
C. R. Btevirt. Muter fI' rtnt V.
not Intended merely for parades In short societies which arrange their
a r. A. Lrwleysentneel.i x FOR STATE .NATOK. SIIKRItF:
these threats of Okuma should ttiduc thecatione annual banquet for that
day Again
of South America to adopt the To tbe Voter. of tbe Pith !Senatorial District To. the Voters of Brevard County

i OKOKK or KAHTKK1 TAK. Monroe doctrine, although hitherto It has societies which are not distinctively : I respectfully announce J
been regarded with auiplelon by Europe myself u
II hold lu neetlnc I Itatrlotlc fix upon the birthday for an candidatefor candidate at the
rrlend.hlpcbapt.r, u. I hereby announce myself a next I'rlmary KlecUon
: and with Jealousy and far by the republic :
the Maaonlfl, l.reige| r< >ni, Tituarllle.. on tlierat of South America for many years annual meeting and make the attention State Senator for the l.lth: Senatorial for election as Sheriff. ,,.t .1"00..... _,
aa n Tb. fullowlnK are tbe urnuera of the paet. paid to Lincoln' memory Incidental to District corapo ed of Ittevaid. St I.ncle: Couot)'.

Cbspter.i rMu. fan-Americanism ha. Indeed no'reaaon other exercises It has been laid that' This woman say she wa saved and made counties, subject to the will of I would appreciate the earnest rug

y ndl. Rtewort. W"rthMalroa. for Its existence as far aa regard Europe from an operation by Lydia 1!. the Democrats as expitwued In the nnu-- port of all our people.
li. a. Wilaon' Worthy' I'tlton for th. tendency of .European .xpanalon the closeness of Lincoln'* birthday to
W. WAISx.
Mn. M. K Ki>.Miina Aaa...,laie Matron.Mn. I. purely commercial and paclfl that of Washington', which has long .'lnkhal ',.Vegetable Com pound.Ixsna lOll primary. J. Yours truly I
.K. H. M ilMin rav+,ciwl" secular', It ought however to b* adopted as an Miami, K1*. JOSEPH p /lO\U.
Mn. Hontia Kiln. TrMwurrrTb Invincible weapon again the plan. and been kept all a legal holiday In e""l''latale V. 1 lenrv,of Xorristown,

11'.1.* fo,e'lowing.... ". lately risen to new life To tbe Voters of the 13th Senatorlat District .
Ku'nM so up "I suffered untold misery from female
: ntanlfeata l lii rivalry. Tbla I la unfortunate, and it To Tbe Voters of Brevard County
Helena vtvmliil. Esther. and already so dire a greed of troubles. doctor said I tI
Mn. MaiiMl. arihaMn. conquest. might be well to select some other day My an opera Having served the unexplred oil
M Hrniiiixnir. F.lw.la. tlon waa' the only chance I had, and 1 I hereby Announce myself a condldate term
('b... H Wallo Warder, Unlike tbe'Soutb American state of mark In Lincoln' career u a substitute dreaded it almost as much aa death. for re election as Senator from the TLIr- Judge A. D. Penney, aa County .Iud!:!

John H. Walker rVntlnrlOeo. d hmlltl'll. Canada' western territory for the birthday to be observedas .One day I read how other women teenth Senatorial District. of Florida I[ bereby solicit the suffrage; of tbe citi:I
M. Ktibblua, liaplalo' lane of Brevard for I Ito
IZNIGiiTIDFPYTIIJAglxlIAMRIVEIt doe not come within Japan'a "sober.| a tribute to> his memory. had been cured by Lydia E. Plnkham'aVegetable abject' to the action of the Democratic! that office! and County re-eleclloi tiladminlsterS d
w Compound and I decided! to Party at the approaching primaries.! promise If elected
!: of In H iietn* on the Pacific" aa outlined try It. llefore I had taken the first F, M. llt-Dftox. the duties of the office faith I

+ I IJIIHIK. NO. 103 by Count Okuuia Nevertheless, the The atory.of tbe alligator tbat ate a I I I bottle I was better, and now I am en fully' and uopartl.Uy.c' .

"Asiatic peril" eiempllfled by tbe ag. bridal couple In. the Balsas river down trely! cured Foil KEPJtFSKJITATMK.To !: B. K. AVao OJ.

greftslvenes of tbe Japanese lmml. la Mexico, will have to be denied Every woman suffering with arty
female trouble should take Lydia E.l'Iokham'a the Voters of Brevard County FOR COUNTY COMMISSION!:R,
grants bring no little alarm to the again. A New: York dally baa just published Compound."
Vegetable At the solicitation of my friends I.
1 ..1 1 thoughtful people of the Dominion. I It as new., notwithstanding, tbs hereby announce myself a candidate for
FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN.
.. Referring to the partisan attitude followed I announcement a week ago that there Representative from Brevard county lo District No. 1. II

by certain statesmen wbo have ; was no such thing a* au alligator In or For Vegetable Lydia E. link- tbe next! Legislature subject to the ac- To the Voters, Brevard County .1

aacb Meetr roonit.every. !nd o'clm and. .k 4th. Honda, tvenlugl In tried to adjust tbe Vancouver matter near the river Balsaa. ham's Compound, made thou of the coming'primarv election of I hereby announce myself as a cand.I 't
at *
t from roots and herbs has been the 19tb. J. W. OBBAN. late for
May I reelection touotvl
to theoflice
of
rnsnnellnr Oommsuiler. .. .. .... ..R. M. BaileyVIneOuuiMllur amicably with tbe Japanese govern
a .Il. I. Itlnr Among who standard remedy for female ills Commissioner for District No. I I coul '
Prelate .: :'" : : : HallMMierat mrnt tbe Toronto Globe said recently not crowding and has positively cured thousands ol I eider the office an Important one, andh
.. .. .... .. To tbe Voters of Brevard County: >
A rm. ,J A lintRMuuir -\\liat Canadian will bold on to Is the rank* of the unemployed or hauntIng nominated sod elected I will a
women ho have been troubled with attempt
i of Work . Jnhi R. Walker
Inner Gaunt . '".. .....W.T, Milton* tbat our Pacific shores shall not be tbeI bread line are those coal displacements inflammation,ulceration I respectfully announce myself as a. the; It a boslnrsH administration wIt
/mterOnard. .T r fM'outer candidate for Representative! In the Legislature I best of V,
barons whom the national my ability J, M. OBAI.DlHtrlet .
'b : ::: : : overrun wltb Asiatics. Tbe Toronto against power fibroid tumors irregularities
-
MMWruf Ki< 'I'Q.r' .D.hi.l'ritchwI from Brevard county, at the _____ 01
Master of Klnann. .. .. leo, Hmrkett. Saturday Night declare tbat the ndrals- were! at one time understood to be periodic pains, backache, that bear. primary election] to be held May 10th. I r
,... I
of ICeoord and teal U A.Btewart .
Keeper, ?Jo. t.
Invited aU Ion of Asiatics to English speaking pitilessly arrayed lng-do\vn feeling, flatulency, indiges My platform la s "The will .and wish of
leAlladvisiting Kalhta- cordially _____ tiondizzinesMornervous prostration. the people of Brevard county, I bave To The Voters of Brevard County 11
e
countries "on their own term must
It 1 II reported that New York' Four Why don't yoq try it ? no pet schemes, and If elected will only I hereby announce myself candldatJ
top and continue: "
TITlttlLIK OSMP \ Hundred have shrunk to 200. While no Mr*. IMnklinm Invites all\lrk\ go as your representative. Thanking for County Commissioner from Distil( TI
WO. Its .
W* must possess the country more completely women to write her for advice. you for your support, I remain No. 2, subject! to the action of tie pif
than wa do before w* can feel cause Is assigned' tbe shrinkage U Tours truly JOUH HOUSTON. Will
She lies iruldeil thousands to mary. If elected I endeavor togs'|
sure of It sgalnst an Invasion from the probably due to tbe previous' shrinkage ITo
eaat Tou can walk alone a street In health. Address" L.nn.1\las.: the people a fair and 1mplrtlalllt'rvlce.HeapeclfllUy ,

"cither Vancouver or Victoria and by of security ialuo the Voters of Brevard County: ,
turning a corner find yourself In Asia.Wher < JOHN K. 1'<1t. j jDM
I candidate for
am a Representative
before In .
a moment you were a
modern whit. man city with wide streets, Isillaly" and rerpectfuily ask the support of all
ps spacious buildings, brilliant lights, you .4".t.t.ttttttttt..tt.ttttttttttJ. Democratic voters In the coming primary. I. riot No.3,

are now In a close packed warren of : Very t lt'T"WAJIT. To the Voters of Brevard County e
y
hoary Peking In a house where fifty J .
r K. B.
whites. might have boarded are crowded. h. *1 ,\". ::;h 0/' Fla. I respectfully announce myself: awl

II..... ..frjr Unit Mid third Monday In eachnnnlbat together a thousand Chinese; In a room I LEADING i "i '" Brantley, a Idale lor reelection to the office f p m., allrfp at lb. MaaonloTeu when one white man used to sleep twen.ty : f : County} Commissioner for the Thirddi.jriot.

|>.... orientals not only sleep but make their '!l. '" FOR TAX COLLECTOR.To Will appreciate your support
Coned Coinu. ... .r.N HIt 'hMl'II .fIf9o< 'If
f
u> < homes. Each house can give forth a 111I'
AilriMr Lieutenant r. W. Holwru The Voters of Brevard It. A. Co) KLI G. |
population equal to that of a long street i : County
Hanker ... O U. MandarllieOlfik CANDIDATE \
., .. .. ,. ..J L,. < *rrutheMKaurt of home occupied by whites. In a roomy t i I herewith! announce my candidacy forth
I .. ., ... . .......... H.Hnxkett. continent with space unlimited these office of Tax Collector of Brevard DUtrlct No. 4. -
t watchmen . ..I. C.Italian people pack themselves away Ilk. sardines .! '"
{ ...tr, e ... .. ..... ... Oeo W. lUi.fordMniHen In a box. You com back to the = "l.J', >:j' '" County. If elected to this office I prom. To the People of Brevard County
... . ., ..r. H lllaokA. main street from your vlalt to Chinatown FORUNITED lie to give my beat rervlce to tlA> people thereby announce myself a ca dlda' IA
y r.nrubw I.J. Nortour feeling( that you have emerged from Alia :' rt :j : and trust I will receive their' aup- for election for County Commiwlirol'

Ill .t.ItID" woodmen an(wrdlally ltvltd wal..od and the back ages, and you wonder forth .e, ,, "$. y port at the coming primary from the Fourth District subjection! 1
.
u. W..yuga rest of your natural life why munld. PHILIP n WIIIOIIT.
t pal authorities, so particular In other I t; ) > Ws action of the Democratic; primary; ,
matters, allow Asia spots to fasten upon elected, I shall give faithful' attention i
ell and grow In such place.. Surely this Is FOR TAX ASSESSOR the duties of the office and erperlfc

The Oo.
It la asserted bjr the friend of tbo lea-we saw It first-It Is worth holding I Y I respectfully\ and shall favor giving: all county "ork'G
:s{ announce myself as a
and worth controlling, and w* should I
tnooBure to establish oteau mall linen square away to the job of riveting K STATES i candidate for re-election an (County Tax the lowest responsible bidder

to Until, ArgvntluM and other South down .. O.T*. It would be foolish to giveaway d..). Ji t >' Assessor.Trusting. T. A. KOBINSOJ.
: point In this great race game.While ? I '" work has
my met
: your approval
America countries a* well as to Am- [ ,
a union under tbe banner of 't and thanking you for jour sup District No. A. fa!
a trolavla, Japan, China and the .'blllp.Jlnl'll | SENATOR port. I remain M.
added pan-Americanism Is offered a* a,remedy WW To The Voters Of Brevaid Count:
that or )
toe ruan $1.0UOOl)0 f.J Tours truly
:
In South America the Canadian I candldil
q hereby myself a
II. announce ok
W. HALL r
tool he annual prottta to the government :
tbd
o are exhorted to crowd the yellow out : for County Commissioner of the 1.111'tllct.
1 f".', from the <.n>w ut iiyateD of mill erv- ... w If elected, I promise to do ill I .11.
? and whites In.
by bringing more
more
leo will rover the coat of aubvpntloua toil COINTT TItr-ASlHKU can to give the people of this dl'l"
DUNCAN
to new itemiiern and lastly Improve Tbt* last 1* a compromise measure a. j U.FLETCHERfir I To'the Voters of Breval'd County j good roads and look after tbe geD&'b

thing stand and might result merelyIn "Ida
welfare of the county.
the service. Tbe InJuntrlal benefit to
.., After reading the notice of John Henry of i imafiy OJ
to the Inevitable I will appreciate the support
passing on posterity
,
tbf country or tbo roiiHtructlon( of the ." in our last weeks county papers, stating district I ,
friends In the 5th
new hips will It Is contended fully battle for wblte man'*.rule. Stands for These Principles : : that under no clicumatances will be bea O. C. HA!I*HI. |

candidate for any office at the next
: justify the "siimlng of the financial The young man who' thought be : Control of Iolerilal0 Carrier by Interstate :; primary election I herewith announce V. hi

bunion by the ffoveruiuent On thinS would hate a proposal. 'or two before Commeroa Comralaetoa.F ... my candidacy for the office of County FOR MEMBFU OF SCHOOL.Ulatrlct DtUB" hC

point the Iron Trade Review Treasurer of Brevard Ill
says: i Tor Income Tax. county If elected
the middle of .
Is =
Jauunry
now begin.fling '
An Item which It le believed will appeal .KUntN. for Tariff Devleilon. and DrneflU w to this office I promise to give to, the No. 1. Ilrot
to ouspmt that there la .
aou people of tbe .
to the annatortand congressmen from 1110rlda Farmer aid FroU Grower WD.1y county good service as 1 e The Voter. Of Brevard, Count: ten
the Inland atntrn U that the money which thing wrong wit ft hit looks. M infbtfen given by our present and most I aau6unce myself' "I
will be ei,ondpj In the conelruction of en Egyptian CoUon.GoTeramenl gr efficient treasurer. I ttiist that I will receive respectfully I II
candidate the' primaries
those. proposed new .t..me.-wlll be> distributed I ApproprlaHon for Harbor. your support J, F. WOOTK.V.Courtenay at next 1c.I
In
t throufhuut the entire United Ixnidoit 200 Uirlxrs will hare a I Inland Hirer and Walerwaya. school board member for district |

Stiles. ounecrvmlve eellniat* fa thai contest to decide which can shave a shall. appreciate the support of IlL .If... .
each .hl:will coat on an svera e of It.eoocnio .- man lu tbe hot-test tltue. opposed lo Trust a4 all Uonopolle*. Fla., March 2t, 1008 A. J. CoiRTlL fH.
\ uf this "... sum fully M per cent Incidentallythey Favors Carreaoy n.t.rm t To-. the Voteia of Brevard Caunty: .
.. will be expended upon the labor cost In. can also teat tbo courage of 2lW
vnlved In the production and manufactureof London niii." "' hEf EEi EtFEtfEEfffl6fE""6b fEEfFEE4ifg Having decided to offer myself as a I District No. t. "S.
b... .., candidate for nomination '
sleet wood and other cnnetrue at the coming To the Brevard County .j
( 'I I in materiel', .,...101... the boiler and engine Democratic primary for the office of Voters of t: rail pntI r
------------"f -- ---- ---- -- member
Its building The tabllitiment cf the pro. ---------------1 County Treasurer I respectfully requestyour i am a candidate for H.
posed seven tlnm ?f s1eenship.| mean the support, promising I Board of Public Instruction, for ,
dlttrlbutlon of fully U600om the ; : you that If I .\Val.
t among nominated and elec'ed, I will fulfill the yard county.
warewnrkrrs of the United 8tat' *. the duties Resrectfully, oars
of the
employment, of lliou.anil of killed mechanics office In the Interest of tbe bivJLtt luo,
and unskilled labor now Idle. CONGRESSMAN Author of Employers Liability law 111Plorld. xsople of Brevard COli In O. 8. :
when I wssTtnoored with coat r

I e ... dence. Very your. 4.t
Rlrrimuu the 31,,". respectfully, District No. 3. II
JNO. II.
SAMS. '
Upon the death of bilmuntt Clarence Voted for Railroad CommlHston law To the Voter of BreVnaJ" County: irs.

Stc lutan. the poet the, New York Tribune tmIsr
myself!
Florida Legislature ID. 1S87. FOR SECT PI-RLIC I respectfully announce J, Is.
WILLIAM IMSTIUCTIOX.To
which fjiihcrt many of the richest B. LAMAR d. The candidate, at next primary, fort: 8ft
Voters
f fruits from life pn, printed thin Impeached Judge Swayne In Coogrese.f of Brevard County: Board Member. Will appreciate pupof \Vii.
A'
tribute Yielding to the solicitation of many all. Kespoctf ully, E. B. A1I "> Oaul'Sin,:

t Introduced bill In Congress to protect rlends, I announce myself aa a candi It Ifa
What he did In the linpvreonal labor of
date for
4 writer he did nomination before the coming JOB of all kind d' nano
a as a ruin In private life. WINNING Sea Island cotton. prim arl eo. PRINTING A ?
lie was nil old Tribune nary and In If this office at reasonable rate .Walk

1 these pagrs'any tribute to his character Voted agalnaCfree trade on tobacco nominated and re-elected J shall l bee ns a share of your work :
would Inevitably I poseees the note of peculiar
undorsttfndliuf, apt'notation. ,i. =- .Kure!

But we hare reason to know that an Favors National Drainage of swamp
.euraordlnni number of man and women Candidate'or '
everywhere: must share ID the 'rstltude ( United Slate'Senator aDd overflowed lands. THE ADVOCATE JOB OFFICE

and the grief felt by his Intimate comrndee PRINTING

11 fie had a genius for helping other Favors protection to fruit and
vegetables ley"lie
,, *, a rralti which persleted even when e ,
le ws well nigh overborne by his own In Florida.
tinier and sunrows Admiration for eFavor. Does all Kinds and Description of TTtk
h St... I.IB.I, s brilliant powers and his noble e Good "
.a.i of them follow. him to tic grave, and Nations Aid to &wa. ,J.Res(
silk It the love which i U only yielded to a.

S man as rich la qualities of heart as lat -. :

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mAST COAST ADVOCATE TITOSVILLE; FLA. APRIL 17, 1903 3 r; (




INDIA'S WHITE ANTS. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA, Hot Stove-Cool KitchenHow I

Growing Cirls Only On* Kind of Wood, Sandal Call A Favorite Spot In a Favored
Withstand Their Attacks.
Secton-Tho Famous East do you expect to endure
Insects of various kind are a pcrcn .
of l
I' Coast of Florida. the broiling days : I
ulal plague to Indian dwellers ta '
growers and others. summer if you prepare all i,k

Growing girls need care.'advice and medicine The tea bashes lu the Assam gardens ON THE BEAUTIFUL INDIAN RIVER the load over 'a Blowing coal ,
,
bare no lens than tour destructive\ eue" 5 i firef

especially on reaching the age of puberty. A mice from which no mean of escape ,r n ( You need a "New rerft'C'I : ,
tender has yet been dt'\'I"I' by man. These' The town of TUusUll I I. situated on "
mother's care and words of caution will E, lion 011 Stove that will
are the Imrk eatlui borer the sand the Florida Bait Coast Railway, 154

often accomplish wonders. As for medicine, a xvloh caterplllur, tbe musQUlto and tbi miles south of Jacksonville 145 miles I do the cooking without cook '

safe and reliable white ant, all of which attack the bash north of Palm Beach and 112 mile jag the cook. It concentrates a'

gentle, strengthening tonic Is and do immense danuiKO. north of Miami. The TltusvlUe brine plenty of heat under

Wine of Cardui, Ry tar the nrnt, of these 'lns\ios I1. lof the defunct Jacksonville. Tamp 41; the pot and diffuses little t

It-will prevent and relieve J. the white ant. the moulto| merely at Key West Railroad now controlled by or none through the roorrt. a
pain regulate the
tacking the leaser mid causing n Might the Florida .East toast Hatl'Wijr\ Co? Therefore when working

functions, clear the complexion and strengthenthe I The ants, however begin) at the rood also runs Into the town-this being the
and eat upward reducing the wool tnowder < with theNEWPERFECfION
constitution. I ) terminal point of that branch. There e
and leaving only the bark to
from
are neverartralns arriving daily
I It is :a valuable medicine for growing girls. It support the top wtilch noou topples Jacksonville and Sanford during the .
over by reason of its own weight.
has tided thousands over a critical period, and There In no Indian wood Which''World _11011.
I of Hrevardcoimty. '
As the
them from of resist tbo ant*' Inolillous, attack except I count feat
saved years suffering. It can never I It hu a court house and a modern
I sandal. It delights! in reducing pine Wick Blue Flame Oil Cook-Stove
do harm and is sure to do good. and white wood to a i>ow
not work in the light, but must get at three inmate The population U over
p A relief or cure for all female disorders in girls the wood from some dark recess and i 1,000 Illness Is in: rire." that one doctor the kitchen actually seems as comfortable as you could wishit

and women.At work within a shell. In town lInda ample time to act al to b*. '. 4

In some mysterious way the white Justice of the Peace and No(..r" *Y This in itself is wonderful, but, more than that, the It New 1
in
druggist's $1.00
bottles.
every Try it. ant gets indoors and has a particular lie, beuJdes attending to his Perfection" 011 Stove does perfectly every

penchant for penetrating) Into a veneered i practice I while the other flnCs tn.,vto thing that any stove can do. I It is an ideal

or lacquered picture frame, and la a hunting all-round cook-stove. Made in three sires; '

short tlmo nothing will remain but the Around Tllusvllle are a number r with
WINE and fully warranted. If not .your
t veheor or lacquer, ncthlns tlsft being) tine and vegetable
orange grove
n CARDUI left but a sraall portion of I bit powder. farina, dealer write our nearest agency!;

J the rest being coiiHniucd or rrruoved. of the In
Here .Is virtually the head
OFProfessional Tim method of attack In by emitting Ra Lamp

, dim lllver, and the favorite point tor 0 I IS
a kind of acid which dootrors tbo
"
-- fitting out and starting of numerous substantial, itronffly -
wood. And thN ant has been, knownto .
Carder Adm Inlstrator'!, :Notice. bore holes through the sheet trot cruising. pirtilet during our balmy win. I made and handsome ( M
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with
for hours
to lamp. Burns a strong,
ter months at everything necessary
bottoms of trunks. Several long allpporting ; 1
mellow light Jot what you need for tvsn-
LIVEN : joists In a consular building In comfortably equip a pleasure yacht. the'dining-room. IfSotwlthyourded.rwduournureetagmcy
yrOTICK IS HEHEBT TO ALL THK Ing reading or to light
ROBBINS
"BO. M. j. j creditor, lairawtti. dlntrlbutotw.j and all : Calcutta were eaten out no completelythat can here be obtained at the wont re-a. Iii M
J persons having olallOl... demands attains) This II evidenced by
onable price.
the estate of Arthur C. Firth deceased to lireHint they had to be replaced will STANDARD OIL COMPANY ( '
I ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR y the same to me at Tltunvllie' Klorlda. ,on or steel ones. the fact 'that the earn parties have (1__.........., V
before the /ftth of March' IKitt' ,
day ur the Mine
ATLAW.U will be barred. While these destructive! white ants been coming free annually for ninny

I practice In State and United Statei Sheriff Ktvard 3. P. BROWN Florida do not seem to possens much literary 'winter fAr that purpose, In prefr "nce

l'' Court. and Bx-fifHoto : Administrator27S : ; taste they sometimes attack books to any other point along the Kas

j 27 of tbe estate of Arthur Firth and destroy them by boring bole' Coast, :Mason :M. Clark Co. '

Office at TITUBVILLB! FLA. through leaven and cover from Hide to. To the iouthea of Tltusvllle 4s the ,

Notice. aide. wide| sweep of salt water bay, (about

I L. GAULDEN, r An English:: tes4lcnt In an Indian city six miles In width), formed. by the waters Commission Merchants 'e''

r had a flue set of upholstered furniture famous Indian River Here
of the
TICK IS HtRKIIT!: GIVEN THAT SIC
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, NO innnthe after date I alull apply to A RWllnon which he protected by some covering fishing wild duck shooting, sailing
County Jililf8 of llrevartl as well as he could before leaving his
III pmctloe In all the Courts of tbe Btat' county 0\b Indulged In to the
final nurlmive ailmlnlntrauir of tile and rowing can < : __ AM FLORIDA 1
florida,and the United States Courts.OBoI.238. rta't,ot Mrs, Martha/:Hi l;IniOer: I home for an absence of some months heart's content of the moot fastidious 20720w! >ViuihlnKton
itl-47 WALTER SWEENEY. on business! and when he returned he VEGETABLES
.
, TITUBTILUC:, FLA.
.I sat down In a chair which collapsed portsman. NEW YORK.
( .......................... under him like a framework of card On the ocean beach, nearly In a dl oItn SPECIALTY '_
D 'J. WEBB, board.-Westminster! Gazette. reel line east of TltusvlUe I.* Canaveral .

:t I. e 9 Club surrounded by over 10,000( Oranges Grapefruit and Pineapples.

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW i i A Pet Besr. urea of land. This property Is owned ,

nil practice In the Courts of the 7th Rears unless hungry or abused are by some of the most prominent ana __._
"u
cult. Taies[ paid for non-residenteI IF YOU RECEIVE A SAMPLE good natured animals and mnke amusing wealthy residents of Boston, who come

I rents and accounts oolleoted.UeVILLE Z j; COPY OF THIS PAPER J JIT pets. "When I was In tbe revenue south to hunt every winter J? Rulilman c& Co. -

FLORIDA service at Alaska." sold a lieutenant The cool, refreshing, health-riving, ,

: IS TO- "we had a pet bear on the boat, and ooone-taidAn breezes wafted. across from
,I 201 Washington Mt, t I NEW YORK
II TEP1IEN E. we called him Wlneska. He used to the Atlantic Ocean and the broad bay
I FOSTER i LET YOU KNOW THAT 03 Murray Street | N. Y.
, I climb to the cronntrees going, op handover are one of the meat enjoyable features ,
I ATTOKNEYATLAWJyalUpchuroh 1 WE WOULD LIKE YOU TO hand by the ratlines. One day be of this phenomena location ------ -

Building/ -Tax. t BECOME A SUBSCRIBER ventured out on the yardArm: and There is a large area of primeval '
there he stayed. We bad to get a rope the Oranges Pineapples
forest and prairie land beyond
JACKSONVILLE< FLA. and baul him down. Once be vaulted ,
northern southern and western boon
over the head of our Chinese cook and .
i of Tltnivllle awaiting the advent
AI, STEWART, went into the lockers where be helped dudes and Florida Fruits Our Specialty. '
i of the thrifty settler to till the e
T himself to sugar and butter. We had a .

T, FIRE INSURANCE. ................ ..N...N. tackling made for him much the same fertile soil, which now abounds. In Will epreaent several.of, the largest shippers In your tttate and wish to rsproseayoualjo
as a barnes of a pet pug, and we game. Her can be found quail snipe,
:presents only strong and reliable WHY USE OLD STYLE BLOCKS, would drop him overboard with a rope turkey and deer hunting to suit the: Give us M trial shipment Established 80( years.

companies. when you can buy the beet Self-Lock attached to take his bath. Once be most ardent huntsman.

flee corner Palm and Pine Streets.! log Tackle Blocks at nearly the came landed In a' native boat and nearly Tltu vlll. 'tae shelled .streets, elec- --- -

TITUSVILLK, FLORIDA, !price. Army Now and In Navy use In Department the UnitedRIales Frightened the occupants out of their trio lights, a reliable bank, a mammoth '- KLJKF THIS HOU I3 IN MIND

Examine them at tbe ADVOCATE office a IU. lie was as playful as a kitten saw mill employing about. 130

TitusvilleTb. and although he sometimes ,dUobejed. men; several fine brick blocks, tad
O. UTLEY
i' IARRY he was never treacherous or unkind. every store In them occupied by tiptodate -

+ When he was lost or bid himself as he merchants; a Board of Trade. 'HEYSER'ESALTIIVIORE '

L ilYSICIAN & SURGEON. often dl i. we would look lu the dark five\ ,white churches large fisheries 1
Sower II. till two little balls of fire.
we saw a tanning extract and palmetto fiber
TITUSVILLK! FLORIDA. No Seeoo4 Ckrmee These were his eyes and gave him factory, an tee factory, law and real l ll
,; rock, the mat "
Good sense eeve time. \ IVID.
of We.rat Away every estate office, an opera house a wellorganised .
,
band, shooting club, large '
GENERAL. DIRECTORY. FERR1I'SSEED She Carried a Parcel. and comfortable :hotel,, besides a COMMISSION FRUIT & PRODUCE
..... The In of tbe attend
laugh on one
.
number of boarding house In various RELIABLE PROMPT, UNSURPASSED FACILITIES.WM. .
Sbve ants at the Congressional' library at
U.B. SENATORS.V : mad.and keM fsrt AnMaweMlcrawam Washington. One of the rules Is thatno parts of the town HEYSER, PRATT ST. WHARF, BAL TO., MD. t
rallarerm...,......,..... ....JaoMonvllle.reuuoola.. INOUr ItblWFerry' The facts at presented should bars .
M.Uory;................,. ..... .. Seed Annrator 1808am one shall be allowed to carry a par a tendency to direct, the attention of r.
kind into thoebulldlug. One
eel of
FREI'' rear any
B. CONGRESSMEN. m whole send ptorr-wms

I 7 1h LaperktI.au'i.n Clark;; ;: :::'.!.,.:..r"..""rS!. :ZAPF CO..

I .B.Laiuar,.,.,.....,,......x/Montloello., bad under her arm winter.
that she a parcel
j ao1 sonv111o: F1or1.c1a.The ,
U. B. LANO) OrriCE.Chtihh he (told her that it was against/ tbe We have a fine\ Masonic Hall l In ,

I .... ReKlnter. rules for her to take it with her She 'ntusvlllewhere Indian River Lodge best known and largest liquor housein
'1(11" R'arre.::::: :::: ::,::: ,,,::::Receiver.Othoee .
at Oalneavllle, Florida. 6O YEARS' demurred and pronounced the rule No. 90, F.&AM, Indian River Chapter the State.

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT EXPERIENCE absurd. There were certain parcel Royal Arch Masons, Friendship ,

. ']ww BrowarJ,. ...... .. .... ....G jCr wfora....... ....Secretary state. with them and so forth and so forth and Tltiusvltle\ Camp No 141, Woodmen cbar,,,,, l( you want us to add
' [I H.' n"tt.!, ... .. ..AtWrnejJiSSSerS. 4 qta. Forest Lawn Itye, ,$ \3 75 M follows! 1 gal,, loots.( ; \2 gab, dilate, |
I I' i it ;;;;; V; .., But tbe man Insisted that he must en- of the World, and Indian River
:'1 arLln>C, Crooni'.... ,..:..CommleeinnerAgriculture......; .........Comptroller: Force the rule and that she would haveto Lodge No. 103, Knight.& of HyLhJas, 12" It . 8.00.J sral,., Islets.; 4 gala? '1.(111. '

ti trHOllo..a,..>....Bupt. fubllo Instruction. leave the parcel with him until she meet regularly. 4 Beechland Bye. . . 2.71:
:: Extra Slar
"I : [ RyePerlal$1,51)
nHtadfurd Foster? ....,.......,...... T"ADE MaSRS came out. That settled tt The young Also a city telegraph office and fIJ[' U .r a *." Excelsior[ Rys . 1.75 '

'f 1 Ru.,:. '" v .AdJutaDt.oeDtlral'l; Da.ioneCiorvaLMTS woman deliberately opened the parcek press delivery; a carriage and wagon 4 to Ulen Lily. . . . 3.20 lutdman Itye? . . i. a.0000o
'"' :::::: ::: ::::: :
of black stock
i 'I II
three "
4C. took from it pairs Kastland Rys . . a.Sift
I u . .
, omuei at Tallabwee. Florida. bop, and Un and sheet Iron shop 1:1": . .
Anyone.eendln.. s aktleh and deeortptkm mq aoahe.t I rigs that she evidently bad Just 4 Jim DuckDer Itye. . 4.00 Maryland Monogram :' ': a.6O
.. .. um free Coast Advocate 1i put "
FLORIDA The East
LEOI8LATURE.I one wmmoMbarmna her ., .. . : .(
them Rose M
{ XMiubt and hanging over to Valley
U. . . 10.oo
Hndeon ... ....... : : :: :r.r.'W:; ::: ..
t Miami. .. .Senator. t ; r.r o l'u.on eataeta IIlhCd dvery Friday morning, and by a Echo Hprlng . . 3.50
I. the
R.Jono,, TltuiTille,,:. :.:Representative.: ttenaree. t ter"f arm she !gave the attendant paper 4 Woodford COIIOt' 460 '
r'y.::'
Putniue t tirouuh MUII.I : In which they had been wrapped saying glance through Its advertising columns l .. .. . 1060 I. W. Harper . ." 8.00
CIRCUIT COURT. "F.riaeullq.wahoutoh.ree.ist e you can easily see who are the, prominent 4 't nOlle Valle)". . . 5 mi 1olac . ;. . <" .. 4.1)0)
ltJon :
.Jnnee; Ihlando,1'roeeoutinR l Titusrllle Attorney Jadftb., Scientific Jlm rl\an. There, please keep that until I come merchants of our town-men "rhn 12 It .. . . 12.W fclk| Velvet . . u. a fl.OO
:Tenn-fourth in Manh. 4 EchoSpring. . 800/ Malt ,\Vblskey. . . : >: 3.00
G' 'Prtlnp"! Tueeday .% we.kly' '' mwt elh out. I have no pincer! now."-Chicago are up-to-date citizens, and' who ire ::
r'D-VoUJ1b Taeeday. li October.. :.r. r'o' .ear.rlMn.ae: l.wrrvd 9'erm./1 a 4 I. W. I ar"er. . . B 00 p.( )
I COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD. fonr.wmtbe.4L c'::: ;'1 wjriBraocb \ s'ews.. liking for your patronage. Read the 4 .. Lire Oall. . ". . A.(10 Georgia! Corn. . .. .'. 1,00

Walker Superintendent.. .... .TltatTUIe.tf M & CD. ,I 'rf ids. on every page very carefully. 4 .. J".II' Otl. . fl.(X) Tennessee Corn . . ", It a.OO
; :, B> Arnold, Malabar)) 0. S. Single.t omueT** fiLe Wa.hu' ,.tu''.B. What Audiences Believe. Sample copies of the Advocate will 4 .. fJuoler . . 5.0) N. O. Corn. . . to a.BO
".Cocoa; A.J. Carter, Turnbull.' The light suddenly went out during be cent, free to any part of the Unit- 4 It CanadlanCittb. . Sot htone Mountain. .. "' 1.00
Tom (Olo . . Ii 111 1.1'0
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. e me of my performances Waterbury. kd Btate upon application. 4 ii Cane IIprloJ.bott.lttd! IO'IODd A.00
4. ('oDklloK. Chairman, Tillman I J. M. A panic was In pronpect However, I The Sterling Hotel U practically 4 ", J.E. P.pper bottled In bODd ft.X( Holland Olo. ? II. 1.60
a R. Tltoiiv /..; JObD' R. Mint IDdlanola; IOLEY'S shouted ont: "Ladles and gentlemen 4 .4 Dulf's MAlt . . 4.oo .pto'r :a.K) ,
'"' ".,Clty I-olntj; T.J. Coolubntt, l.- I about to perform most marvel- new, having been entirely rebuilt, 4 It American Ilah. . . 6 (0 New England Kusn. 1.75
i' i am many more room added, dining room up to to to 2.60
a 1t.1ar MHlona are held tint Monday In each lemon but 4 Laurel Valley Corn 3.M t
trick. I have bere a ;
' OUI enlarged, plaizai erected and. all nwx4- 4 II Stone Monotalo VurD: 4.1)0) (Cognac Peach, Apple, ,
BREVARD COUNTY OFFICERS. of course, you can't see It. I an) about Aprloot, Blackberry and
,
ern 'convenience Installed, and has: 4 Uopher uta 1'lInlo ".111)
'neon' to cut It In two" and bring out of Itan Usoan Brandies. . to to 150Jin
r JM! !.' Tit.u"p1talCounty; Judre.( been completely refurnished, Aooootnodatlons 4 Oevll'a lalaod; Ulo ".( ) "
Tltaevlll..True Att elephantT' 4 . . 6.00' op to ::3,00Don't
: / Pbospbste.
rtTltu : :::. HONEYANDTARThe
.
Tlll ,
H.Hail Conntytlerk ; are of the best Port Sherry Catawba
,
'. Tltui llle .. ....Tax Anneewf. The audience settled down. Squash! )
"lSi.T'lMTUtoi! : '.., Taxrolleetor I cut the lemon. "And now" I said The Tltusvllle. Livery Stable' baa a Overlook. These Goods are llIaekb.rr, t'lona . It 1.00
Tltu Tlll I.::::;: :::: : Bottled tbe to" 2.00
.qM M. has It has. walkedoff Ine lot of horses and rigs, and pay at Distillery up
Tltu.Tllle.. .,. e tbe elephant gone.
kw- Tltu rllle.".,. ..". tbe stage. Dut, of course you can't ipedal attention to the tourist and therportstnan. Anl1cuscr-Jusch Uudw'elaer l'Inte1 10 dot. per east . .113 00 4
?
!{ .Tim."UIe"| ....".. .8upertnteDdent'l original Less than cask per doc: . 150
IrwOOd. TI tU"'III. ee It, but that doewn't m.tter.1tSure 10 do, oask. . H
base
? Export Blue Label per
TlTt'8VIUIC TOWN LAXATIVE cough remsdy enough there was heard a alow The Tltusvtlls Graded High School n E E It S e Leas than cask, pce-doa 1 00
t.trni0"! "ayorrJ. N. Walter, marshal burning sound quite appropriate, sl- has an efficient corps of teachers, aUof ..
lohSlSrtorlJwUaoB: : ; clerk and treat I though It was made by the fat stage whom ,hold first'grade te-acbtra cerI0cate =-"" -_ =WRITE FOR PR1CE LHT

.n"ran. D.'Tt.tat PrtUbard..1.amteeiiort O.. Hall A. Stewart and f For COtl b., colds, throat Nonalcoholic.Good and lung. manager, who was shuffling across the and has a school term of __ .. i .. ..n",___.. __ __ __. .-..-- ._
le1. No opiates.
111la imeruan The council meets Brat troubles. Sold everywhere. toardJ In his slippers. Tbe light re- eight ninths. Hens the chlldrea are
ach montb.TITl"8'"ILU for every body.
turned, there was much applause and given instruction and prepared for cof-

Y.Itbhlne BOARD or.''nuDL The lenuln.rOLEY'S all was well. Tbe .next day a man loge courses, under good moral conditions THE ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING OFFICE
TAR I.in5Y.llowpackage.
J'tt ':" president; M.DIzon. treaeH HONEY and topped me la the street and laid be and associations.The ,
Meeteeeoond WedIn
aecretary. substitute
Refuse
.
+t alrht : each month at their I rooms. considered that trick the most marvelUS Palmhnrst Is another hotel opened

Prepared only by he bad ever seen and would I be"in. Tltasvllle. It Is nicely located near DOES ALL KINDS OF JOB PRINTING AT REASONABLE RATES t
S. OLD NEWSPAPERS for Sale roley A Company, Chicago. giving It again that nlghtl ire true I- the F. E. C. n,. station, and is fitted i

P. at this office.e For sale by e TKtuvill Pharmacy. Uorace GoWn In Casaell's Msgaslne. wIth every convenience. ,



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EAST ADVOCATE. TTTTJSVnJUE. 1OA. APRIL 17, 1908.
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JAMes p.r ..u;). ptulhn: %- f- 8. BATTLE Vice-p..
EAST COAST ADVOCATE BREVARD SCHOOL BOARD. R. W. IIAILE, Assistant Cashier. *


WISSLV*OCB>AL DRTOTRD TO T.. coos [continued from page 8. ] .1l INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK
oraarr OP n. ivmax areas, LAEBFTSBLUHKD I

WO.T.cafe -'ItOAr..'AT..erroL !I Xo. 108. Melboarne;A. R. Smith Wur 21 Where the finest biscuit F J
I month' salary $11I\.110 per month ; : I COUNTY DEPOSITORY.
(TKBTEnMrad ramA\- >o. 1W, :Lan OsIHe, Miss Bryan, four Authorized capital

k I I month; salary tJO.OO per month. j cake hot-breads crusts \ r- Paid up capital. ., Sioocor szs'oor
,
.t UM Potoffie at TltiuvUl Florida The proposition from tbe town coup ,
Y Marne elMS natter.CBABLES ell of Cocoa, wa presented by Mr. bio- Average deposits, $20oooc! ,
gleton. Tb. eonndl desire to drive an puddings required
H. WILTOV, Editor A rroprletor.Member artesian well for fire protection adjacent or are Transacts General 1 1I

q of the Florid Vnt A** .'Ioo. to the Cocoa High. School building. r-- a Banlin
' The following motion by Mr. bl ogle-; noyal is indispensable. -
Hiaav WMLSOU, .. SaJ'*.Composing EownsItMdin ton wa unanimously" JltAld: I Business,
"This Board reallElng the argent: nec -

*) nntioM In local eolana, Mont pc Mlty for fire protection, will Iladl'l I 1 !' Largest and Oldest Bank on the Rllp
"twlnle If bear a proportionate part of the
BatH 'or ot.play advertising mad boon os.pptlcann. drive well sufflclent-to 4'1
.. Deoeary to "a Im : ExobsuKe bought; and sold >n an i r"nllp
Innl.IDC l bills -I das *rt All <<
appan5n 0' 1<< ...."...-.,. unir. + _rwl., Tbe Board adjourned to meet at 8,30: =
ePJll'DCletett--i:
.Mated Ia enatr..6 r.rtfre cwt konw lo: o'clock Tuesday, April 7th l' N. OYAOr P.uo.aze prompt 'errire, JIOIr
will: 1s treaUDeD', '
b I* (or advertising con.l.vo'
I
*regstred p T Tuesday. April 7th, 1WW.1 The Doard :. erysour X grant wIDsee,
'"itwntlBiaif;: of advt. nnnt b*nd per met pursuant to adjournment, with full COERE8PONOENT8Motor :
sonaoiy 5 late offla or by wntlocTb Board
present. Trost
nmplre Comoan'
Tbe Superintendent, In reporting the POJYder tiew Yortr. Ii ltrtw.1'rat'

RUT COAST A OYOcA TIle |IJIG per aD condition of schools, buildings ete, 1 Dakin!, __ n. Atlanta rational Jsckeonville hank, of .Jtclnrgb!: ,
sum;six. _. TSets. Tcr rorelpi ConDtn drew attention to1 the Eau Gal 11* UlgbHcbool I : Fla
''f (2.00 per aIID."'. ubcrlptlni Invariably la building and stated that It wa I. ri Absolrrt4elYPurei rr '1"'I1S''ILLE. FLA.
advaac : even now Inadequate to the demand, and j
that It should be bv all mean enlarged II .
its wntlDf U>the \ .(I.TI'nr Informtloa *- before the neat school: term. I,
i Not for rich fine food
:Boat
of any kind. the writer. will nMiire by en After a full dlculon of the matter only or Supplies.
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losing B .ta Jped.add. envelop 31 r. Arnold, having called Mr. Carter to I
I the chair offered the following: I I or for special times or service.
' Order .Ktc.should b Buul I Order IIc:
Checks rnstofllne Gentlemen of the Board: Having for I Mail: uso.
h paysbhtoC.aMLa. H, WALTOH, pr |.rl*
that the position of the Superintendent I II. For your boat and engine at liberal discounts from 111
i Bit Communication MEABT I I. correct. I therefore mono that a committee preparation of plain substantial Jlt1 price. The TRADE supplied BIGHT Shafting IvI
1 / COAST ADVOCATE. be appointed to make plan and I U l AJU M. A AAA*.w yellers; | Batteries, both Edison and Dry Tlmero.SptJ'

TlTDVIU.B. FWam& estimate I cost of addition desired and re i I foods for all Coils, Spark Plus, Carburetors. .. Pipe and Fitting, Deck Fitting hull
every-day
port to the May meeting, and that I he occasions log Gear, Boat B-ilders': supplies.\ -
of Board at that time advertise' for bid, to
U. Department Agriculture do and complete the work prior to September It makes the food more BOAT BUILDEIW AND HII.COMPANIES. given special dlicounti
Weather lIureau-Juplte, Fla. 1, llx 18; 'I
The Hoard named the following com : ta&y nutritious and wholesome. Now olmoi: : En.g1.n.os:
Th.folloaingrsa oomp.ratlT.lt.te mlitee: E. II. Arnold, Ueo. F, Paddlson kit I
.ant of temperature and rainfall for tbs and A. It. Hodgson. arranged to mv specification* with WATER: JACKET DItAob.atra sized pump it
A week ending Tuesday, April II, IfIO'4. The Superintendent presented the following Make and Break Ignition I II perfection for.Hah allowed ,
.1004 -1007MAS. written of his to
report trip ft:3F! .. ;ai:
DATB. MAX MIX. MIX.M Washington tn attendance at tbe Convention T..fi.'ry: : T-> 3ZJH.SllXl.OJ3:
8 HJ 7. 70 of the Department of Superintendence
Jump Spark are Ideal for Pleasure Craft.
' 9 HIHI 7H'" Q5 National Educational Ansocla --
67M -
10 79 61 Uon. By writing for price before ending away 1 <
11 81 C1: "1r7 61 (U..otl.meoAgree.bl. to my promiseI mary Industrial training to socialize and 1.Vb a t should' a good county super\ SAVE MONEY money Give me your trade. I have sold saveyo goo<.
12 M 077O 11'7 submit for your .consideration a brief luiluntrUUze oar ao called grammar I I- know? from FernAndina to Hlalal.SNEDEN' .
' 13 81 81 M review of my attendance upon tbe X K. arbools i the abolition of the old time 3. How can trained supeilntendent
A 14 82 "74' M 110 AauclsdooIcpsrtmeotof feufierintend cliMlcal high school a* such, and the Introduction and how should they be selected w. O. 'JEJ.\TSmN: FLA
t Total rain fall for tbe week ,(K 0 Inches ence), Washington I*. C., February :35, of general manual training ? ,
C Departure from normal rainfall for the iO and 27. cad commercial course* la alt high S. When Inspecting school what<
weekt minus .b$ Inches. Departurefrom Our trip over the Southern Railway schools, and the establishment of at should a county superintendent see and
normal rainfall tlnce Januay I, from Jacksonville\ Washington was leant! one secondary Industrial school: In do?
minus 4.20 Inche not only pleaiant but, to me, profitable. our city.Tbene'quMtloo. .What can the county superintendent $2.15 f THE GOOD OLD SUMMER TIME

HAL. P. HAHDIS Official charge. Coming. In contact with some of tttl best : were ably discussedby lead tbe people dot 13 WHENOU NEED
educator In the State, the Informationfrom other gentlemen. 5. Ity whom should tbe teacher be cs.rsre

an exchange of views, experience, The morning session closed at one selected? r f J
FEW business men have more to : eta, wa alone worth the coat of the trlp. o'clock, and the convention was called to C. The relation cube county superintendent I PORCCHAiRS

contend with than an editor. Th I We arrived In WashingtonMundav, February order at two o'clock for. the afternoon to the teacher. ..!
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2J, and quartered at the Raleigh session. This session ss devoted to the 7. TheTelation of the county auperinUndent rr "
Wt ha.t 3.000 Porch Chun tile
editor bat for makfug over on
only mean* an
Hotel. Home of u* were up early Monday dlhcusslon of Industrial education. Prof. to the county board.
-raou FACTORY
a living for himself and those morning and spent tbe day In sight Mlilott. of the University of Wisconsin, Papers were limited to 12 minute, ,te* bet TO Your/
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dependant upon him if by selling; ...101[. laid tbe land resounds with exclamations and opening discussions to five minute ti, -Pwrft -IIM *.-_.1, lit.)w.r pn.,".*..m,,.. .... eel..IaII .
In the column of hit Tuesday njornlng, February 25tb, the of loyalty towards a genuinely pubHo The discussion ofthese subject was Interesting IWr BMM*Mil, III, -.-. .. .. Ira
C pace paper. Convention convened attb Metropolitan education, an education for and by and educational I came home 5l5.5.vr.roa"a..
Hit newspaper Columns are thegame Memorial Methodist church. More than and of the people. He spoke of the need feeling better equipped than ever for the II '' 'u.
tQ) him,as the helve of good two thousand educator from every see for I Investigation to acquire fact pertaining Important and lesponslble duties Incumbent FLORIDA CHAIR FACTORY ,a':

are to the merchant. No one think lion of the country were old to be pres to Industry, and to children and to upon me. I thank you, gentlemen,
of Biking the merchant to give bio) ent. Speaker Cannon W. il. Hays, Com* determine the extent of the demand for for this educational treat.
mlssloner MacParland and U. S. Com trained workers In sj>eclflc field of !Industry. Respectfully submitted.
t the dry goods from his shelve, but mlaaloner of Education Elmer E. Brown, JOHX R. WALKER, Gr4apotruit o.zi.c3L: Oran.go Trecs.
few there are who heiltate to ask addressed tbe member of the convention. Howard D. Brundsge of tbe State Superintendent T QUALITY
the editor to give,,them space in blap.per Frank E. Cooper," Superintendent! Training Schools! of Menominee "II., There being no further business the We have over 200,000 of the DE that can bo produced vil,
of 'he School at Seattle, Washington read a splendid paper on tills topic, setting Board adjourned to meet the first Monday killed labor, and our experience of over 2(1!( years. I
and President of the Association called forth the demands for this great social In May, hints(( at i"H p. m, We bud principally on SOUR CHANGE STOCK but can supply Grapefrcl!
the cession to order about tt.30: ( o'clock. and Industrial need. Many other' Jno. It WALKER and some Oranges on other "locks.
AT the Farmer Congress at In. After the Invocation by Bishop Earl look part l In the discussion of this subject Secretary and Superintendent. FOR TIIK IinXKFIT OF OUR CUSTOMERS ALOXU Till
dianapoll 31 r, Otto Dorner, the Cranston, Speaker Joe Cannon wa to. and evorv phase- of It ass touched. INDIAX K1VK1C, we have established BliANCU NURSERY NEAR P01
Milwaukee member of the Leagueof I troduced. He arid, In part aa Speaker At the evening' session an Illnsirated Pierce, where we have 35XX)) choice Grapefruit and Orange trees, budded onSoJ>
of the House of Keprepntatlves a coordinate address by Assistant Secretary Agriculture block-one and two yeat bud in /floe condition for planting
American Wheelmen national i branch of the goverplnent that llaja wa the feature. He .poke A FATAL MISTAKE REIEMlJER-tbat In buying trees here, >. ou TAKe no BISK OF imWIIITK IlOD:(
committee for road improvement, I I. most near to the people welcome you of the plan to unite the educational FLY INTO 101B OROVK _
told the truth succinctly when beaald I, here. You superintendent touch Sit,. force of the Federal add Mate govern- bend for new descriptive catalogue, with Prices and Information.

: "The elements entering Into : (000,000 youth who are qualifying for me, means, as planned by the Davis bill then GI.UIlIlI PdIllQnu :
declared In In Made the Wisest t'.illl14cPieM.Wholesale '
for sovereignty. lie !. that educational pending Congress Quite a number Olten Iy
the transportation of grain to the Institution should be'independent discussed this question, some for, other and Retail, 80. Office:MIAMI, Fl.!.
railway\ are time, home and vehi I Qf the State and should be maintained against It. People. I

cliBad] road consume them all ; by fating tbe people. Nest came an address of greeting by h'. a fatal mistake to neglect back.
goJfl road. conserve them. lie I ommliwloner! MacFarland followed "Senor' Eeequlel Chavex Under Secretary ache. '
that since New I with a hearty welcome II* laid Washington of Public Education, Mexico spoken inSpanish Backache I* tbe /first symptom of kid El1.Le RibbcriTHE
out Jersey
r pointed wa not only the political<< but the and Interpreted by Mr. Branch ney 111*.
I e had undertaken the construction of I educational center of the country. Hero the Inspertoi of English and Mexican Serious complication follow -
good road tt equ.ntltyof potatoes I the greatest educational force., and her schools I was too far away to get muchof Doao'* Kidney Pill cure them
that could be hauled to the load the educational treasures, both under the this speech but It wan well received promptly BEER
had Increased) from 60 baskets. to control of the National !government, are and enjoyed by those more favorably Don't delay until too late. OF QUALITY
to be found here and her eated
alone. All Until It becomes diabetes-Bright'*
85 or 100 backets.SIR. scholar of thing American come to the Wednesday morning the session was disease.
American capitol taken up .with the election\ of officers, Head what this gentleman says: Bast Tonic for the Sick
AiHlstant Secretary of Agriculture committee report, elo Before adjourn. Captain W. D. Welsh keeper of the
WILHOM CaKWDftoN, chairman W. M. !Hay wa the ont"pecker. his ment announcement WM made that the Wood County Infirmary, Parkersburg, BLUE KIBBOV BEIR: CINCINNATI PILSNER BEER:

of the council of the Japan Society, described the relation of the experiment President would receive the convention W. v.a sans; *I bad to go around tryIng 2 dozen, *. $1 00 2 .
point out that the grave near You. stations and record work of tbe Agricultural at tbe White House at :2iJO o'clock In the to evade pain constantly, aware that 5 dozen,,. : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : A 00 5 dtz-n: : : : : ]I "

otuka In Japan of Will Adam, Department to>> the educational afternoon. After lunch I went over to a false step jerk or twist would bring 10 dozen. . . . . . .1.700 K dozen . '
work of the couutry. His speech wn the capitol, and, through the courtesy of punishment and I waa afraid to handle Ii
famous In history as the first Englishman able and logical. 1 wish had It In full. Senator Tuliaferro, wa given a seat In anything; for fear of a reminder In the F. O. B. Jacksonville, Fla, Bottled at (he Brewery
fusel foot in that country, President Cooper neat Introduced. U. the reserved 8en.te gallery. Just aa I shape of a twinge of pain. I trade at -

in the reign of Queen Eiizsbeth, S. Commissioner of Edncatloa Elmer E. seated myself Senator CulberUon of Hr..J. N. M urdock'a. drug store on Third We are also a&ota for the I. celebrated 'PABisf MEADE, tbe temperar'|
Brown. Among otherthlog* Mr. Brown. Texas, began a speech!' oa the money street and have something to la the
get
ha fallen into decay and need aid there are two great; end !In prtleu psnio. I enjoyed this speech so much drug store every time I com In. It was drink of the teason. Alcoholic strength I!, per cent Sold only In barreldozen | :

considerable repair. Will Adam lar which. we may bop* may furthered that I forgot all about the Presidentand there I learned about Doan's Kidney pints, '11.00.. "
wi BO highly respected that be wa* by our meeting I of the year 1003 In the did not get to the reception Pills and I took a supply home with me (,
I ennobled by the founder of the Ut city of Washington First It may bring Thursday was devoted almost exclusively and used them My wife used them, A complete stock of Imported an 1 1nestle: wine. Fine. Clarets fiora I' | .,
\ of and his about. more perfect union between the tn r"untlt.bl" conferences: and my sister, Mra. A. Amlck of No. to fO.00 per gallon, In bottle fillets, to 1.25 ,
family bhogun
memory force that make for culture and tbe (s). State and County Superintendent V41 Seventh street, used them They f
1 la tlll\ so, highly revered in that force that make for industrial training. cured the three of os. I am her In the =: t
country that a movement ha been In the second place, It may strengthen' (b). Superintended of larger cities. city every few day and can substantiatethe BULK WHISKIES *p.oo PER GALLON. :
set on foot and a considerable sum the bonds which make of our many (c'). Medium and smaller cities remark I have made." ''I

subscribed the leading Japanese State systems of education, one National (d) Agricultural education For sale by all dealers. Price M Th following have exp,es. charge added to price of goods 'I r
by
of education. He of the As I could not attend all I
system spoke went to the cent*. Koster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo*\. ,
statesmen, general, admiral and responsibility of the nation with regard State and County Superintendents' meet- Y., sole agents for the United States 4 quart Sunny Brook . . $3 00 FINE BLFNDED: WHIsKIEs: 'P
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other, to restore the imposing but to schools. Ills wa a masterful effort! log, where listened to the disoitMloo of ,t I Remember the name-Doan's-and Ii .. 0 . 13 00 Paul JOD,. i ** iil
I fat perishing tomb which mark and demonstrated his filoea for the position such subject as- take no other Bottled In Bond t quart I,
I'' ; the place of his burial the h* occupies. 4 quart il ell wood . t,4 t.O Lewi t,0, 4 quitit* |I t.:
among President Cooper Introdncod 5. I.. -- ---- --- --- .---------------- 12 . . . 13 00 Harper 4 q'mru, I ?,
beautiful hills that overlook the Heeter, Superintendent (I' Schools at St. Bottled In Bond Crt case rcnn....e, 4 quart ,h
great naval, station of Yokoiuka.Tut Paul, Minn, who took up the first topic l\JAY-SBV:: CO., AtlnlltR. GU. '4 quart Guckenheimer . .5 00 Blura' 4 blend or o.
.. Monogram qta.
offered the convention fur consideration 1:1":
U 73 'O" .. 'botlled to bond I I
Saving of Energy and Tim In School 41 South Korsjth Street. Government lioullng.) I u
tt billion in gold in the trea. Work. 4 qUArt. Moncriet.Springs. .. -4 00 4squarU. C a.1l .
ury today make .a new mark for First. In Mow of the Increased demand . 11 00 12 quarts Monogram :
the United Mate, and one that will\ I upon the schools, what opportunities Complete line of Engine*, Boilers,SawMills Also Bottled In Bond. D1W 8ylvan Glen, 4 quarts
be the nation ; are uttered for economy In teaching Shingle and Stave Machines/ 4 Five Hermitage . S Bgm's!: Sylvan Glen, ft quarts I 'I,
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appreciated among the course of study I
Old
t Edger, Planer and Good and Bottled In Bond Blum' Glen 8 quarts n
all other woodworking Sylvan ,
of the world at well a* It ,,11at\ Second. What modification In organization Pure North Carolina White Corn, 3 1 t
00
U
Blum'a Sylvan Oled, : qllArU ,
home. Here it I II an index of the are necessary to secure recognition 'I machinery and supplies cairledIn Black and Blue Corn 4 quarts 3 00 Sheridan 4 tub, 4 quart I
billion tuitt the country raise*, fur pupil of varying ability, p rlloularly stock at tbe above address, which U Harvest Corn, 4 qnarU 3 M Sheridan Club 6 quart i', d
for the ablest and ha been our only place of businessfor Laurel Valley Corn, 4 quart J 50 Sheridan m
dig or cell each year, and here Mr. Heeler, In treating this subject, Club U quart
i also a* .a fundamental resource it aid In part, we are proud, and justly !lOt more than** quarter of a century 3 Send fie
will arouse, a* it must, new digu of what we are 1'1'01\110 believe to be the I Get tbe belt It will\ save you money for our Price List ( e ti
actual condition in finest public school sstern in the world ; W. can supply.yon.'Writ for catalogue
over
currency a system which has marvelously level-1 I
; which could lead to such a criii oped along pretty definite line, but there r -- -- ---------- -- ------- Charles Blum & (] o.,
a* we reached last fall. The billion I I. a growing feeling that the Mutorle curriculum j

'' of gold In the treasury should (unbalanced and one-sided; that X F X btl
have bum 'azrs.ting: :
we
up a system of school:
remind that
u* great a* are our whose academic ;
course bed meet tbe Long Distance Telephone 188.
resource of forest and mineral, need of the majority la the sues of
( our population U riling at a rate rapid I v changing social and Industrial PAPERHANGING, KAT. OMININO. VAn ISIIING, STAINING, FINISHING ;Jt!

that will\ certainly exhaust them condition ws have offered the man of SIGN PANTING OF ALL KINDS ETC. 517-519 W. Bay St. Jaokson.V'1.11o1: ea

unless nation such knowledge to million, but oar school: Old Furniture made to look like Mirror Made and ---- .
the a* give have not yet risen to their reapoaslbilitya new Re-Silvered. \--- I
w aew attention to agriculture, The Instrument of the state la the development ; -Reasonable Rate*)-- kl,

/ ton billion, should In gold-etir, banked new determination in Washing lie recommended of popular efficiency.several remedies for \/- \JV_ ::ELC] : EC: EAST COAST ADVOCATE P PHINTING OFFI'| :

the condition b* described. Its advocated
t to furnish the people who own It a the Introduction : r rid
Into the tint
six Shop In Scrirogeour: Bnildl.grTITUSVILLE ,
J banking .tem that U adequate. grade of a comprehensive system of prl- DOES ALL d
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BAST COAST ..A.DVOCATnTU8VI FLA. APRIL 17, 1908. 5 M .
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Letter to A. S. Platt,
Rockledge.

EAST COAST NE"\VS. i Tltusvllle Fla. Favorite Fertilizers are the Best I

O. Currier Is building an addition to Dear Sir: You manage men and ma

[ ******************** his packing bouse. chlnery: no-one knows; better than yon ,
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i that one man t I. worth more than another '
formulas
for
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Clay left, on Sat. : that one machine Is worth more than Special 1
urday, for their kammer home at /San-:: '
$e\vsv Notes Contributed bv Our Regular i dusky O. another machine Sometlojea you pay :
:
the t"
' man more, sometimes you don't: ORANGES
,COt .
Corps of East Coast Correspondents. i Hon. II. M. Flagler was In town for a sometimes the machine costs more, ,
'iDOo short time on business with S. U. Peck, sometime! it doe u't. The difference( Inwometlmes t

).ooo 1111111.......................................... last week coats not a,cent.two or three to one, an< BEANS, ; .

Capt. Hall left, last week with a partyof 80 with paint, and more too; the
:kin g P> please send all communication hearty thanks lie quickly vanished under eight! on board the Lena, for a trip to paint that does best service makes a less TOMATOES

Item for publication to "Editor the shadow of night and what a ohorn fet. Augustine first cost o( the job-yon can paint De. ,

TltusYllle\ Fla." of laughter as be re-Joined bis merry Re sure to subscribe for the ADVO toe at less expense| than the meanest .
.OCATK, company of. tramps behind the oleander CATE and have It follow you to your tuff you can get. CELERY

Bin) hedge here they been eager listeners! X or them home. It Is like a good steady man or ma- I
iTfl-e cannot guarantee to publish It was" a company of fools who had first' chine; but goodness. and steadiness haveto AND CROPS. : :
nib, that do not reach this office before been fooled and then enlisted under the Geo. A. Matthews and daughter/ be pald-for, In men, In machines not ALLJTRUCK
i Thursday leadership of the one who had fooled Gladys, left for their home in .Nlles, always, anti never In paint. Paint la t
oo them Mich., last week. cheap In proportion to strength '

lIiocL"J JOtrN \ When! all disguise' was removed this Our esteemed winter r resident Judge It Is pure paint that Is steady and good; Get literature giving prl'ces analysis and testimonials. from "

Rill correspondents oblige us by oillllaot actor proved to be the wife of VanDeman and daughter left' for their It Is paint adulterated that Is tricky, W. Jo:. GOLDSMITH: Agent, Tltusvllle, Fla.
,eg tbe names of people and places our A nut door neighbor summer home In' Delaware Ohio, ou There Is enough paint In time worst of
possible t Kloilda Is prodigal of her sunshine Tuesday.We those mixtures to look and feel like --- --- -- ---
as
:Inly This late variety, somewhat" rare, yet full paint, and enough adulterants (whiting,
ItJIt: of !good cheer, may well be called prodl. are very tbaukf for the fine rainswe china clay, barytes ground stoue, ben

Melbourne.tRD gal "sun-shine." J, JJ$ o, had the first part of the week, which tine water) to make two gallons fit one Sanders Fertilizer
Melbourne, Kla. cooled tbe air and revived the drooping : There ate right pure paint In the Company

- vegetation.L. I United States; we know of no more; .

lie Got What Ho Needed. P. Merwm of Milford, Conn, Is there are :2lO) adulterated. We analyze Jacksonville Florida. iii
W. GOODS.-Re l 'Kntate Ni' >UrjHo here for a few day, looking over his all, and know whnt they! are made-of ,
J. and Conveyancer.Lonuonsnd Qlot A(tent,and for ItsrtrordronranasGnnpantea Attna lfNlno years ago It looked as If m1 property interests lie la accompanied 1'iire lent all; you want strength. The 5 -"- !
.nwol, / and at.eolalattention time had come," says Mr. 0. Farthing, by his wife and son. least-gallon! paint I I. Devoa. .t
die I tae lutereate ut non-roaldeota. of Mill Creek Ind. Ter. "I was so run Yours truly, F, A, MOUOAN\ MANAOKH. CHAS. 1(. WALTON, 1,
down that life bung on a very slender Capt i). I*! Holmes and wife and their W lI'. W. DEVOE CO.

r Subscriptions for the AnvociTK, thread It was then my druggists recommended friend U. W. Brooks have been having I I'. S, .las. Ptlichard.& Son sell our A.I
mIll pink paper of the East Coast, will\ be Blectilo \Hitters. I bought a a pleasant! time the past week, hunting pslut MORGAN' dzJV TON'REAL : :

1'Iv wed at the Melbourne PoKtofllce, bottle and I got what I needed-strength. and fishing on the Banana river. \1

Spiniteti I had one foot in the !grave, but Klectrl Mr. and Sirs Homer Underwood and Shiloh.JT '

FLORIDA SUNSHINE. Bitteis put It back on the turf again sou, who have occupied one of White's ESTATE DEALERS.LtoensiMl '
and I've been well ever since" Sold cottages the past winter have returnedto r

t- e'. Dr. J,, I.... Daniels a worthy and under guarantee by the Tltusvllle 1'harmacy their home In Edmeslon, N V. : The A>>VOOATK. TltiiHvlllo\ does .
rxo bottle.Eau .
"red visitor from Olivet Mich., writes : per Miss Cornelia Klagrtider, who has been all kinds of Job Piloting. fjMis. ( ,)

,..letter to his home paper The OH- spending tbe \I".r\ with her brother at J. N, Moibey +pont a few days In Watch this if want to 'f
Optic, and says some aloe things Gallie. Oak Hill, returned a few day ago to Oak Hill this week space you buy property
Ip ate lit Melbourne and Flcylda sunshine spend! some time with her parent.
me pleasure In reproducing it: J. W. Orlftls Is having a large pump on the famous Indian River. -. .,

C have Just returned from a morning/ hummer weather and showers during Mrs Mary Bartlett who has spent the pipe driven In Ms nurseiy.
fll II returnedto rNo
winter with the Nellrlr iIo m )', e
no Dr. Lyman, a fruit grower near the past week Miss Minnie of Oak lilt Is vis- No. 1 Fine lot fn Mouth Tltusvllle \ '
errand her home In Republic, 0., ou Monday Dyall, building 6, Northeast t.( of northeast(,
'. Our needs and was cuttings to secure from some the Sir end Mis. Better left for Sanduaky, She: was charmed with Indian. ting I her sister, Mrs. Cooper; of North fronting KHi feet on the Indian leo 18, township 3.1 south range41 east,
I ee some Ohio I lut week Ulver. !Shiloh. River and extending back to Front street, on south fork of Ht. Lucia river; 40 acres, t
River for budding We ,
JOO. ID them orange to California at the The K. The friends of Governor Ilrowad Jack Wagoner, of New Jomcy.U clerk a distance of H75 foot, an Ideal spot for a Dad 1 county. fit.X( ) per acre
< ending ret I.t; N. I. left for Lyndon, many Winter lIome. 1'n ice ."jn.lio.) > aNu.
of a friend, to use on his own Ky., on Friday a. m. last are pleased to know that he has entered Ing In Oak Hill for the firm' of Monbeyit 7. A tare bargain! A 21 aero a
No. Lot lOIIon:\ : : Front ..trt'lttne
2. \
nds. It may seem strange to be toe race for U. S. Senator. lie : Urinis.\ : : tract nf land l. 10 acres of which III a bearIng -

.,4 !loll such things to the Golden Mate moved Mr and Into Mrs.Eau: Hoffman Uallle fortbe.suminer.and family bav will have a !great many votes In this :Misses Mayme Taylor cud lords Moss /residence water, front live ,minute just the from locution postolllee for a Pineapple, Plantation, near Mel yttbourn.

,.e i home of the Naval oranges, and I sect ion. bey and with .. (Lost Packing house Dock,
Saturday Sunday
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spent .
and stores; price" .'HHIK\ () .
there la a reason : Miss Carter and Miss Young, of Mel. Mrs. Ueo. Kuhl. Trarawnv, flues are reocell with woven
bile a Redlands or a RI verslde orange bourne called nponfriends KauUalll: L. W. Kattenfluld a prominent resident No. it. \\'cstoW! of northeast '{ and. wire fencing- This I I. nil exceptional n
:E lI gel's food or even ambroMa with I this "eok.Mrl. of Barton avuuuu, has had a nice Sirs Jane Tjnor returned, Tuesday. west jti of southeast 4|, coo Ill, township chance for a party who will live on the 1 a'.lave '
cb Burner feasts thu gods onjilouu* ; cement walk laid the entire length! of bill from 1'lerson where she had boen visiting 3J: range 311, 1011'O-JOd: 1 acres, St.: I.ucle Crop last year, 1NH' ) antes'
lupus, yet It Is food On the other i I. 0, Gilbert Irft for Odessa, N. front, and U Ills having an acetetyn gaa plant I Mrs (jade county 11.110 per acre Piloa, If sold! before April 1st, *M,50t.110.
Installed lu residence.H. .
d i tbe Indian Klver orange |is. the : the V., Wednesday last, where she will spend I Mrs. /iy and son, Felix, wIll) leave, No. 4. S. W. t{ of northwest H and '19tie\ perfect I INo

, larlbat always crowns the banquet : summer / W. Matthews, one of South Rocks next week, for Varuells Station: (1 a., to west Ij of outhwest !> (,- eeo :'M, township S. 10 acres, In IM No. 3, Heo. :28,
II carved In golden cups, fresh atom I Mr. Jess Tucker has been stung by a ledge's leading citizens, left for his sum spend the summer 32, range ail, I'M: .01'01. HI, Lucle Township :Ul Mouth, Range :'M Kast. i
..1.1lito trees and perfumed '"IIh bloRsuros, H'lngiay and has a I'alnfllilime ahead of mer home In lianonm Ohio on Monday county, *U,(K) pur 1&1" 1'hlela line Hnmimick land suitable for

a liquid sunshine clarified aDd cons I him. The flab struck his foot. He was accompanied by his wife and Miss Blanche Tyner, of Salem Ky, No. A. Noitheastof southeast |>j, oranges, grapes! and vegetables, and UUioated '
lied In nature's laboratory. It neudsivernment Miss Julia Smith They will tl.avarl- arrived on Thursday, and I. the guest
north of Titus
Easter services in John's coo I, township ilH:I ,south lange 41 east; l about a bait mile ti ,
teats or pure fond labels, ,' M. Episcopal ou* places on the way.Death of Mesdamea Kuhl and Taylor, Price
close to O. K Wood's plnoapplu 1 plantation vine An exoApllonsl; bargain. ,
church on Sunday next at 7IO: in. i
i a i take the !golden .goblet* from the I /beats: frcfl. All religiously Inclined p.are -- S. M.: Stevens and Alex: IY>|pe. of Lake, on St. Lucia river; 4U acres, Dude f. Half cash; bnlunoa oa time, to
'sand drluk them ('down.f welooiie. laud, were here (last week, and ahlpjiec county, flMM! per acre. suit {purchaser,
heartily Wa.. On Hit llceln. _
f filch U tbe magic of this constant daily I the late oranges of J. A. Taylor.

Q nhlne, and one well may ask, "whate I J. A, Gllhert left for Odessa N. Y., on Jesse P. Mortis of Skippers. Va, hat sue
; Florida without Its sunshine) Wednesday last. )lr. Gilbert Is one of a close call lu the spring of ItXKi. He MIRII'Oertie Mosbey went to Oak 1II1I, It you want a home on tho Indltri: Klvttr, cull us, Wa have many V

i'distilling the nester of the orange Is, the bukiness men of Odessa and returns says: "An attack of pneumonia left me Sunday, where she will remain and as bargain In Tltusvlllo noel ulsowheio on the East Coast

ever, but one of Its thousand offices to work after a pleasant winter spent In so weak and with such: a fearful cough I slut her brother In the store. Miss Her .f
tie will be missed l her friends Morgan: cis Walton.
'3. ,lumes tbe birds paints the flower' Kau Uallle. that my friends declared. that coniinrnptlon by many
>ores the cheek and gives life anJ -- REAL : DRALKK9 '
bad me, and death was on my huelf KMfATK ,
Several and numbers I
vi.efts; arU all animal being. It is tbe one new cottages o Then I ",pmsuadod d to try Dr. King's Folny's Orion Laxative is best fur women TITUaVILLK: FLOIUDA.!

iff for which everybody cornea to additions to others are among the various New Discovery It helped me Iniinetllalely and children Its mild action anti .
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Eau Uallle's -- - --- -
>rids, For on It all other good thingsend Improvements on summer and after taking! two aDd a half! pleasant taste makes It preferable to vies
work list. Is
Our town advancing lu a bottles I was a well man again I fount lent purgatives, such as pills, tablet I ,
ind Indeed what, Is life without sun very solid manner out that New Discovery Is the best rent eto. Cures constipation. Tltusvllle\ Phar G. W alton r

TIIM ncf What Intellect without heart Archdeacon Kobottom delivered the edy for coughs: and lung disease In all macy. ____ Percy ., ,
.FOLSO at It reason without love? The stare last of the series of lectures on ThPrayer the world. Mold tinder guarantee at

Viblno brightest In the winter night Book, on Monday eve last, In Ht. TltiiHVllle Pharmacy, O'l) cents and $1.00 Lotus.

VBDt. who stands shivering In the snow to John's church A very Interested audience Trial bottle free.v Tit'uQ 7i11o F o...
.
ulre their
hiIlliancyf The physician was present to hear the archdeacon

diagnose your case perfectly butt I Dr. and Mrs Vaughan and Mies Mr. liartoa killed l a four foot alligator*
It be brings no healing remedy.no the first he and several others
:t: Micco. Monday,
; Vaughan, of Ogdensburg, N. Y., return.
. Inhlsface? Who loves a crltlo, had ever seen.Everything FIRE AND TORNADO
nakoa the ed to their :New York home this week,
dog-faced cynic his Mend! ?
INSURANCE.
t one. after a pleasant sojourn in Eau Uallle left from the drought l la

I-Is the cbeerle heart that warm the We hope to see this family again this Mrs. Dawson recently ,gave a pleasant looking refreshed after the continued

Id. It Is the sunny face that bright- fall. card party, with light refreshments. nice rains of this week. ,

the pathway of life. The good \ picture of the motor boat Baby Hnl MIMI Nellie /Hcliolleld has returned Tbe best rain ID over three monthsfell RELIABLE: COllf>ANIo1I.( : PKOMPT PAYMENT OK LOSSES

'libor bring sunshine I into you home let may be noticed lu the l last la iie of homo after a very successful term of bund.iy: night aDd Monday, but came LOWEST JtAT I'4., ACCIDK\T POLICIES ISSUED arL
e* friendly spirit everywhere makes that popular monthly Tbe Motor Boat. sqhool<; taught here. too late for the spring crops.E. .
nds, The Baby Bullet Is owned by our towna. "
: Yrorr. :MO: .J. INI'-JTIANOE' &
Dertelnen recently II. Conkllii and returned,) Friday .
ad Indeed there are twoltlndsof sun man, U. F. Paddison, and Is entered la I Miss Emma << entertained family ,
.ie In a few of her little friends, after night from a pleasure, trip an far as
Melbourne. We have been here the fleet of the E. U. Y. C. WAKINE AND FIHE. JUTES ON APPLICATION. I
tooth ancLj have not as yet sewn aId tbe cloning exercises at the school.Mr. Palm lieacb In their houseboat

and dal k day. two or three show: and Electrlo other lights Improvements, a new sewerage are contemplated system- ., and Mrs J, A. Jarrett, who enjoyed Capt. Casper came ap on Wednesday, (
have fallen. But the clouds have'lit-\ winter here have and .took excursion to Your Business Solicited.
a pleasant returned quite an party Respectfully
for the K. M. & N. I, at MilitaryPark ; ,
rodit: for
these. The oldest lobabl to their home. In Charleston W. Oueanus Bench or Cocoa Beach a.* It Is
tbe Eau Uallle River Col. C.
on
R; ,ate]I us, "we pay no attention to W. Fowler will leave nothing undone Virginia. sometime called Reference: Indian\ River /Main Hunk, Tltusvlllo, Flit. -
dl
liere. If It rains at all it
,2l sign out of a clear sky", There general-laO that will\ add to the comfort and efficiency MUs Nellie Kchofleld I, who line been There are yet about'OO: boxes of tardllf -.- .

,2s truth\ la this; for Florida can of this noted military institute.Cgmmmloie teaching In Miooo this winter, ,was" recently oranges: and grapefruit yet to be shipped
pro9 and from I otu.. The Is nine
given a recARiloti card party / quality very
eu perfect rainbow with no apparent J. A. Carr of the E. O. I
Berlelsen and about half russets and "no-half
at tbe cottage one. TEEES
i'barlostown Va thls
Y. C., left for W. .
brl bl'
be social sunshine here is he has home. ,
even more week where a summer -- --- --
Slittul,. On coming here we knew Tbe Commodoie's family accompaniedhim. There Is Mne talk of more real estate
rvIt one peraon Now we know almost MJS. 'carr. Miss Leola Carr and A T we'll ty-yeur Henteuce, changing bands here. W. lo not ear

r ybody. The people greet you on tbe Mr. Lester Carr will be much missed la "I have Just cwmnlu'eil a twentyyearliealtb to lose any of our neighbors, but thereare From Ocklawaba Nurseries are giving/ greatest satisfaction to our bundreils -
-t. They open their doors and their our society circle. Their Eau Uallla sentence Imposed by Bucklen several vacant lots here we would of customer In Florida. They always

t eta. borne is one of the most hospitable In Arnloa Halve, which o..ied me of bleed. like to sea dwellings on._' and thetalw.ya bear fruit true to name of variety. 1 1grow
: albourna Is a small place, with only our town and beautiful/! situated oa: the ng piles Just twenty years ag">, !iresO.H. ,
hotels for tourists. It I+ a Northern harbor The Commodore's flue launch U'oolever, of Ijeftavsvllle, N Y.
". N> Haron'! avenue, oa which we tracker, ls housed In their boat tonsa Bucklen's Arnica Salve hells, the worst ANNOUNCEMENTS.run Some satisfaction in this.n planting groves now, think of the /utura

located, la said to have but one for the summer mouths. sores boll burrs' .' ,",'_ end cut In ; SUCCESS; OK YOUR INVESTMENT

tuern IlciaD.resident Ii.. is an excellent The K. M. & N. I. left, for their Kentucky the shortest time. 25 cents at Tltnsvllle\ depend on the trees you plant,: MAKE NO MISTAKE, but coma to y
c"me here Invalid for tbe .
an Pharmacy COUNT TltKAStltKH.I
home Friday lain at 7 :::1&< a. rn.fbelr _
0iv t tt att'. and, prescribes goes dally climate to his for office his and pas Southern on home, Military>ark, wa am a candidate for CoTinty Treasurer Headquarters for Reliable Trees: a Atnnninago; 1 to order arrive If at they des

t[ etorp In a scene of activity from 0 a. m. The of Brevatrt county, and respectfully soil\*
a \\ four
tasayteepick neighboring: business village effects of the military duties of the cadets Ceor&iana. cit the support of all voter at the com- don't, we replace them. NO WHITE FLY. .
IIf up enough when the loading of Demooratlo
Ve.Ie. was apparent ng primary '

Congregational church here Is the baggage began. No confusion no Miss Beth Kroner wa 111 last week, Kookledfrft, Fin, K. F.IiATCIc. Ai- 1

", Its house of worship home-llke .0,118.com further maud !torn than the the officers sharp clear In charge wordof bat Is well again. A 1'1'1116, 1WW.Uraylng << Et4M0a W.i CONNER, Prop'r.TANGERINE '

I attractive its spirit genial and re-
of tan: Oallie's citizens, Including Mrs. Hughes recent pleasant
'hag! its motto Many was a .
If Iti
I to write
I
0L' slower, and all we were are brethren" the mayor ft. 11', PaddUon, S.:! 'It.Watts, guest of Mrs Bruner ..Jra1In" FLORIDA.,
J. E. M. Uodgson, O. C. Plngrey,* and a
t iron Pastor l Is from the North a good large number of the fair guests and citl- Mr. Trafford baa mea gathering and banting of all I Ind prompt __ __ __.___ _._. .no > ... .. .. ,
week days and excellent his
an
slier jens of Eau Uallle, were present to bid packing oranges.IIIr. attended to. Meet all train, Stove
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on
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Sunday I.I both
in and, fl her of Ha men. a good toe cadets gond-bye till the! coming fall Robinson and wife left here for woo 1 fur sale\ at all time.
1. >n season, when the battalion again return their home la Wisconsin on Saturday. East Coast Lumber & Supply Co.
or open bars mar the quiett' to their winter home. Tbe name of the D, E. 1(0I.TBlf.11tu.vtllo. ,
1 ;10 An automobile a rarity. Fowler Archie cfiamberKand ""wife of Jacksonville .
changed by Cpl.
been
has
n IJ-n; site ,
w bo
raoed hour their father and
1 eighty miles an are visiting
leek from Sarno to Military Park, a decided WALTON StCLF LOCKING BLOCKSare DKALWW I INeft
at Daytona and Ormond do mother, Dr. and Mrs. Chambers.Mr. ) -
II, P at Melbourne. change for the better. for sale by. the .& ,
f 6 se v.b this placa are --.---- and Mrs. I. C. Ellis and their two C, :;.."t Bay street, J.okaoavllile\ Lum1Or ? Du.:11d.:1n.g: : :: 1\o1a.'tor:1n1: : f
I the mlddle children and Miss Uutb AIIAo left for Fla. OF ALL. KI.VDa.AT .
west Grand View cot- I .. Tills ? .1 rw
s >n which Wood River Junction K. I., .Tuesday. ---- : .
we are has
m tjnnectlcnt. representativesI We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward Miss I.utb wl1lllpeol the summer there, -YAUH4! ..

0s:,11 I and Michigan\ West;" Virginia They are, hens for any case of Catarrh that cannot then join her slater, Miss Mary, at theiraunt's I{KILLING UTU8VILLE, COCOA, EAU UALLIE, FORT PIERCE':, WEST I'ALM IIEAUI;
.
0a unahine be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.F. Mrs. Llzzlst Brownof Chicago
BJ-.es and are not disappointed J. CHKVEY & CO, Toledo, 0, We are! prepared to meet VI fair competition on house order for slilp-rju
w* snatches Hall and left here In
are surprised by E. Vesey family ,
n Ate We. the undersigned! bare known F.J direct from mil If. t _
at night It lla.be like the be Lena, for HU Augustine, last I'ue- n
fast and be- ktofflobile
t 15
w Cheney for the years, ..
and I.' -
b gone, yet It leave a trail honorable In all business day Ur. Wilcox went with them sadIrs. -- -
him perfectly
igotness and good cheer on the sky line and financially able to Wilcox and run, Stanley, started n
transaction., e
example last night, quite late, a made by his for their home In..Wisconsin, the Mine hARIiER
0Pt obligations vv. =
I K out any .
nun appeared at our cottage door. carry WALDMO KIV.TAN 4: AURVi-j, the boat party left her. .
wrnate" flftn. r
the and told
1 pathetic prc.dlgallOn Wholesale JUxuggUta Toledo O. TITUSVILLK, FLOHIDA. ,
HIGH WHEELS
C story la the ttrsl pernon. Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally, ,
h all's '
ter
of Trouble
wa. consuming him. No food the blood and mucous Plenty Tin: : .n.cOL: Shoot Iron Wor11Cor
*' acting directly upon SOLID TIRES -
y-four| hours save Doe stash) Testlmonl- I. caused by stage"Hon of the lifer and ,
kl: Le surfaces of the STStemw TANKS OF ALL KINDS MADK TO OHUKIt, r,
, u could otniy see the light In To rid of It'and beadnohe
free. Price 73 cent per bottle. towels. get STANDARD TREAD.S375'.00 GALVANIZED
jaoow. of the dear old home once ala sent HOOFINO-TIN AND II>OV. ,
a all druggist. end blUioneness, and the\poison thai 1
Sold by
' saapicionyere aroned. Was Hall's Family Pills for ooosttnaion. brings jaundice, take Dr (Clog's 2ta r and BOAT TUMI'S AND TANKS A SPECIALTY, .
tl.a it their.rf.rstory, fact or fiction lie : Take. .' Life Pills, the reliable partners thai do I' Up. Dealer In BICYCLES! AND BICYCLE SUNDRY tiGfronoral

crossuestionlng well. Our the work without grinding. griping.
"from landlady gave him a. bounteous Bend the ADVOCATE: your Job Printing 2i: cents at Tltnsvllle\ Pharmacy W P. UJDEBWOOD, Fort Pierce, Fla. : 3Tl.oiDolx"W'o: .- 1
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STEAM COOKING.An NEWS AND VIEWS. N .....
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Improved Arr ng.m nt of Pip."or Apropos of Toothsome Moat For the ., :.. ;. :' .. .. :.
Quick Work. Holiday MarktUBy :. .
The most common way of cooking B. BBXJAMIX. JR. rq. 1
grains and other tOfJl!' In barrel and Short crop and probably long price f 1f

kettles Is to Insert tbe pipe which con may um up the prevailing Impressionof l '\ 1r
vejs the steam from the boiler Into the the turkey situation for the country

t content of the barrel and allow the at large thin season. The uncontrollable 4 "'a. .
steam to pass, out of the one' ownin blackhead disease baa greatly dls- ,
In the end of the pie| and rise through heartened molly Rhode Island growers, flJ
e the Slop or soaked feed Ily thin (riau who have In consequence turned their .
a good deal of steam escapes, (ai the attention to cblckena, duck's and geeseIn
nurfaco before It In exhausted. An 1m preference. to the turkeys that In the .Tkiq i i'CI
provement over tile way of turning Ii 4r 1XYY A '

the steam ,Into_,the rt. feed la Illustrated Florida East Coast R. R.I' R






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'' a14w
i t Four Sailings Each "Week. /
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} < LoZE.5'/ BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK.

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Calling at Charleston, S. C., bothways) For Detailed Information a

r in the drawing.STB AW One COOKER drawing shows The Finest Steamships in the Coastwise Service \ t

two pipes which have been arranged
at right angles .t the end of the Inlet jlyda New England and Southern Lines.

e pipe and little boles have hccu bored WIJ1TK HOCK, LADYOP QUALITY Direct bervloe Between "SEE THE TICKET AGENT."
la the upper surfaces of thew to allow (past[ brought them fame aa well as

tbe steam to pass up Into the feed In money, ( The goose, In fact, looms Jacksonville Boston Providence and all Eastern Points iI
.t
small Jets Tbe other plan shows higher than formerly on the holiday ,

where the steam Inlet Is near the bottom orlzon.[ roultrymen In other part of (Calling at Charleston, s. C., both ways) alSri
of the barrel and continue as a New England aa 'well aa In various SEMI-WEEKLY BAILING s

circular pipe around the bottom. In turkey sections of note In Kentucky I lonthbonnd........................ .,........ ....... .. .......... ..from Lewis Wharf Button 1 t
the upper surface small holes have from foot of Cathorlno Street, Jacksonville )1
Wisconsin
Michigan, and Minnesota .
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been bored to allow the escniie of also Dna It advantageous to give to I ,' .. .:.. ., -
steam, as In the first, IlIlItlln<'O. When different fornn of .
poultry and to egg St. Johns River Line \ '" 1 'o" 'I' ;,1h.
poodle cooked with this kind of an arrangement production some of the attention that Clyde ", "
of Alpo It Is more quickly bas !been more exclusively devoted to I' ",
done and at less for steam than where tho turkey. To offset northern shortage BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND SANFORD. '*. *
a single epenlug I Is used.-Iowa Home Texas sends large) supplies to Stopping< stead.
northern tnarketa. Steamers "CITY of JACKSONVILLE"appointed
1 The present depressed condition of
la to lall a* follows I Leave,Jacksonville Sunday,Tue*.30 p.
f SWEET 'POT TOES. the turkey raising Industry seems to be m. Returning,tear Sanford, Mondays Wednesdays and Filday. 10,00 a. m. -- -
due principally to the dreaded black-
-h L North Rauad
A'
Proper Temperature Should Be Pro. bead disease lu some sections of the Bead down, I SCHEDULE Heed lies BULLETIN NO. 2.

vldtd to Prevent Rot. country to the and lu all the of northern the regions e.vf : .iao oo |p.p.m.MV rn.. :::::; ::::::::::::::::::,,/ackaon,,1-alatka iile.).I...::::;:;::::::::::::. ..:: Due leave 10 ft 00 00 p.a. m.m. 0"f,
In order to lessen or prevent rot tho susceptibility young leave 00 .... Astor Leave 4 oo m. F
potatoes should lie perfectly dry when turkeys: to troubles caused by cold and leave a: m ::::.o.:::;+:::::::: Iorestord; <(IBLand)'::;:: ;; :::::::::::: Leave 1 :00 p p., in. Fewrty ares
Uue Ion a. m. ........... .................Ranford.KimrprUe..... .. ........... ......... Lear to 00 a. m. ,
put In storage and kept dry throughouttho damp weather. In favorable years all Duo 10 SO a. m.. ............... ........... ?, ........................ Loan lu 30 a. m.
period.of storage During the may go well; lu others with a spring ten
Passenger and Ticket Office, 122 W. Bay St., Jacksonville. EFFECTIVE APRIL 3rd, 1008.
sweating period just after the roots are like the past, results are disappointing t
atored care should be taken to leo that It Is essential that young birds be kept For of ten 'n.,
parties trav.
If. H. RAYMOND, Vloe t'reeldent and General ((10)) or, more ado
> ventilation Is provided and that In dry quarters, and very early settings C.IIAGERTY(3.P.A..
V.t pcr IL E.MAYNAItn: T.M A. cling together on one ticket; two ((1): )
1bo temperature be kept at about 70 not advisable In cold latitudes. It Isdlt'l'erent Pier I 88. N' R., New rork. Pier aa, N. H., New York
L. 8. 8CROHLE,C. A., F. M. IRONMONGER, A. degrees Tbe temperature, in case where the temperature Is Kla. Jarknonrllln, Fla. ,
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., enough roots are stored to make the ullder In winter and the spring comes L.D.JONK8.T7F. A. JOHN PKNIiRBL. T. 1>. a? per capita fare fifteen (15)( cents i
erection of a regular atorago house early preat care Is necessary In rearIng Jaokaonvllli, rla. O. P. LOYELL. Agent, Jacksonville, Fit. Jacksonville, Fla. These rates are open to the public

profitable, may best be secured by young birds aa they are then very GENERAL OFFICES,Pier 36,North River,New York. and apply between any point on the
means of a small stove. Where tbe ender, though afterward very hardy.
t roots. are stored In the usual dirt covered Apropos of table fowls I am reminded ----
a, piles It I la Important not to let that I met a practical poultry deal. "
water get on them whenever they are er the other day who remarked Atlantic Coast Line R
opened to remove any potatoes. The "I have Just Qulshod dressing a big G
fungus requires a certain amount of lot of fowls for market and of al the A
moisture for its most rapid development breed. handled 1 like the White Plym The Best for the Price on the Market.All .

and this Is too often furnished oath neck best They have an exccp- W. J. CRAIG
T. C. WHITE
l by careleesness opening, those piles. Tonally well developed breast white
!' Never employ diseased roots to secure slid floe grained, and they dress out In Passenger Traffic.Manager General Passenger! Aft
sets. Destroy 1 by burning all diseased nice, attractive shape. Certainly many Our Gods Sold Under Our Personal Guarantee. WILMINGTON, N. C.

roots and seta, and do not feed will agree that the White Hock Is a A.. "W. 3'j itotf;
y the diseased roots to animals If the load[ bird. / District
Passenger Atlantlo Coast Line
Agent
resulting manure Is to .be placed upon With not a few farmers going out of ,
r the field where the potatoes aro to tie rattle feeding and lot? swine growingnoAST Charles Blum & Co. JACKSONVILLE, .. FLORIDA

k. grown. In general commercial frrtlll- T
son are preferable In sweet potatocul--

ture on the above account and particularly
f
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In the bed, employed for the MalloryLInes
Wines. Liquor Beers Etc
growing of the sets. As you select ,
your sets It may be well to lift the ft f.
Toot and discard nets coming from
roots. showing the rot. Do not place 617-619 W. Bay St. Jo.olc.son.xrHlo: JTMa SPECIAL PASSENGER EXPRESS STEAMSHIPS
dlieased potatoes In storage as the (
IONS may be' very great The young ,
Largest and most thoroughly equIpped steamships on the onset
j'. sets If diseased 'bo with passenger
may sprayed AGENTS FOR .
bordeaux mixture. It the disease hast -NO OVERCROWDING-

proved serious during the past year, \ IMPORTANT STATER; ONS ARE POSITIVELY GUARANTEED

it would \be well to mix a tablespoonf LlTTLD via m PROSPECT. Pabst Blue Ribbon Bottled Beer, Jung's CincinnatiBeer ships as no tickets will be sold to exceed the number bnf ,
of sulphur with the soil about each
act aa It la planted. Practice rotationof on account of grain crop conditions Lewis 66, Sunny Brook, and Mon- or the seating capacity of Dining Halls, thus Insuring all passengers IndlTldi t'
roast pig might well figure on the holiday service and attention. ,
fields It one field becomes too badly! '
Infected with tho fungus. Collect and menu. Roosting pigs are the crief Springs Whiskey. :PASSENGERS
\ burn all diseased roots and Iu-ma.-E. youngsters from three to six weeks old o LEAVE JACKSONVILLE EVERY FRIDAT.
M. Wilcox\ and weighing from fifteen to 'thirty (See Schedule of Ships In Florida Tlmes-Union)
10'. xninds.. They have not been generally ....................Mrf..............................

r,_' A Jersey Trucking Center found quoted In market reports .. they .LOWEST ItA TES TO 'NEW YORK AND ALL POINTS NORTH,

., An Important trucking district Is that have coin to market In very small. Long Distance Telephone 188. Including delightful DAYLIGHT SAIL, through theo
around. Freehold, N.. J. The land lei numbers and only during tbe holiday FAMOUS "SEA ISLANDS."
i light and not heavy' season
clay remarkably
Mr.Y.. Dietrich of Illinois classes .******** ***....*******..**.***.****************** Through tickets
sold
although holding enough clay to retain to all northern points. For full Information regarding
moeturo fairly veil In a dry season them as pigs of very nearly uniform tractions offered by no other line; diagrams, reservatlna, tlcketa etc., apply
like the present It In an Important grade; taken direct from their dams
potato section the land toeing adapted dressed with head and feet on and _We Will Ship You--: F. M. IRONHOm, JR., Assistant General Passenger Agent,

to the crop and mostly fairly level and served like spring chickens or turkeys. 122 WEST DAY STREE* '- JACKSONVILLE

? easy to cultivate. The price varies greatly ranging all 4 quarts Sunny Brook ,'. . $5 00 Sheridan Club, 0 quarts $i 00
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Potatoes are raised In good sized he way from regular live hog pricesto 12 A'i jV 13 00 Sheridan Club 11 quarts . 800
fields, the work being done mostly by that paid for poultry. It must tie B .
machinery and horse or mule power. admitted that the delights of roast pig 4 quarts' Mluwoll10. ,nd\ 4 W Pure North Carolina White Corn. 300 SEABOARDAIR
The conditions are somewhat like those are classic rather than popular as yet. 1 a : .1JOD Black and Blue Corn, 4 quarts : 300 C.n

'. In the potato region In northern Maine. Bottled In Bond Harvest Corn 4 quarts. . .. . SCO
The season I Is long but more subject Comparison Rations. 4 quarts Guck nbelmer. .'. . 5 Ort' Laurel Valley Corn, 4 quarts . 3 60 LINE RAILWAY. IfI
l:3 *' . 12.//5
In tests made at the Vermont Imported Scotch Whiskies Brandies
to severe drought and to attacks of disease experiment ,
and Insects Labor Is fairly abundant station It was found that an al. Government Uottllnfr. Qn| port and Sherries: delivered In 4 SAVANNAH, COLUMDIA.' AMDEN'. SOUTHERN PINES RALEIGH BIC
4 Moncrief Springs ., 4 00
quarts
and of the best Machinery alftf meal ration made less milk and bottles, as follows: MONO WASHINGTON PHILADELPHIA TOBfc
e not quality. 1:1: 11 4 bottle. Club Blend Scotch Whls- BALTIMORE NEW S
Is rued to the fullest extentA butter carried less fertllltlng value Also Bottled In Bond key delivered for 6 00
four home, ixitato digger Is seen on and was fed .,at a loss as compared 4 Fives Old Crow . 5 00 4 bottles Morallle Freres 3 Stars
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almost nil large fields, an Implement with a wheat bran ration, the meal 4 Fives Hermitage . . . 800 CoRnao. 6 00 Three Elegant Trains Dally .
which throws the crop out lu very costing $27 and the wheat bran $18.:>0. Both Old Goods and Bottled lo Bond. 14 bottles of Don Carlos I; 'Sherry! '. 4 00 Seaboard Express. Seaboard Mail,
1 short order Potatoes are picked up Had each cost alike the former would Remember all above Whiskeys are 4 bottles Nierport Tort ,, 4 00
'4 t t by cblltren. who are paid B cents per still have been outclassed. An alfalfa bottled In bond under Governments 4 bottles Hill A Underwood; Dry Seaboard Florida Limited.MODERN' .
i barrel. The yield on commercial fields meal ration made one-seventh less uperrislon. or Tom Gin. 450/ I I
milk, 0Ile..l.ltllle8. butter and tbe 4.bottle Sir Robert Burnett. . 6 00
liI ) ranges from 100 barrels downward. ration FINE BLENDED WHISKIES...
containing It carried sizth less 4 bottles Crystalized RocK A: Hye PULLMAN EQUIPMENT.THE .
Other oue-
u1rl'tabll'a raised extensively
> are Lewis CO, 4 quarts $5 00 or Peach and Honey .; 350
including cucumber pickles plant food value than did one coutaln- hunter, 4 quarts, . . . 5 Ot) vviiTavtira i atr
cantaloupes, asparagus peppers apd fug distillers' dried groins. It la uttery : huger 4 quarto,, . GOO.BULK Orders.Ccbo SEABOARD FLORIDA LIMITED. J
tom a tOl.'.. Fruit Is a very' Important outclassed at equal prices I' Spring, I quarts. . 500 Per'Gallon Solid Pullman wMubaled train St. Augustine and Jacksonville to S>*T 1
4 5 crop some of the largest pear orchards I' }a cade Tennessee, quarts . b 00. Sunny Brook, 0 years old . $:} 00 via Richmond and WalbloRton. Dining Car (a la carte service), Double Drw"
ilk the country being found in this sec Ants 'In the Cotton Field.! Hum's Monogram, 4 qts. blend or Gibson Pure Rye 4 00 room SleeplOIl i Cam Stateroom and observation Car. Leave St. Augustine 11.
tion. They are mostly of tbe Kletter Tll following are some recent records I ,1 bottled In bond Lewis 66, Blend : : : : : : 450 m., and Jacksonville 13:56 p. m., daily Including Sundays.
and similar varieties.; Early apples' of the work of the ant shown by 4 quarts, . 4 20 Wblte Mills Bourbon. . 3 00 .a
12 quarts Monogram . . 12: 00 Indian Hill 100 proof. . aw
add In moderatequantities. examination ef "
peaches. are grown squares picked at random Hum's Sylvan Glen, 4 quarts. :H 20 Land of Flowers Blend . . 3 00 For fall Information and sleeper reservations! call on any Agent
Concord grapes promise a from the ground in cotton fields' In Hum's Sylvan: Glen, (J quota,4 60 Green Briar Tennessee . . :3 00 Seaboard, or writeS.
good crop various parts of Texas: At Beevllle. Hum's Sylvan Glen quarts. 6 40 McGuffies Halt :. 2 (W C.
4 The section Is situated within a com Tex. Aug. 13 out of 874 weevil stages Hum's Sylvan Glen 13: quarts 900 Canadian White Rye J 60 BOYLSTON JR., Last Oen. r.... Agt., JACKSONVILLE 1 rLOUJ .
t I paratlvely few miles of New York. round two hud been destroyed by ants.n Sheridan Club, quarts . 373 Fleetwood Rye" 200 1.l.l
w t Philadelphia and other large cities, another field also at Beevllte. on :
S and the products quickly reach marketat Sept 3 the antI had destroyed 11 out SEND ADYOi
prices which this season afford"/.' of 117 stages At Dallas, on Oct. 13. 33 Send for our Price List !HE YOUR ORDERS TO THE J
lA fair margin of profit to the growers. tbe ants had destroyed 3!) out of. 247

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has a special natural protection to the NKW YOU.
A PECULIAR MONSTER eye and through a duct escapes the .

Travelers Hotel fluid when the monster weeps. In
New JACKSONVILLE! FLA. fact be Is a peculiar brute altogether/ Hotel

I -On the American and European Plan- v);lth tnnny special gifts besides his Marlborough ; ,
ruder new roauajreraent.: Newly famished and renoYat. d. A pleasant The Fierce Man Eating Crocodileof huge jaws that help to make of him ,

borne Rates: American! Plan $.'.(10) and >2 50 the terror he Is,-Svdney Mall
mlly ; European Wets
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f Australia.A Broadway" 30th and- 37th Streets New York e
Station I ;;
torso Union door
|aDd up All carl stop at the correct so far as It goes. ncro Is the .
1 Completely Renovated and transformed In every derailment. Mont centrally
H. W. HANCOCK, Proprietor. i result in case sortie reader should ht located hotel on Ilroadjtay. ELECTRIC LUlllTii and TKLKl'HONE

wilfully located Riverside Hotel, at Green Cove Springs, I.I under the PATIENT CUNNING BRUTE. sexed with. au irresistible desire to in every room In the house
tame management. carry It a state: or two further: EUROPEAN PLAN 400 Room. 200 bath rooms Rate: $1.60 and upward
11.41.: :I\ : i 9atealCR t""S" :4: M7'1I\II6711r.637t11.\ without bath. 'J with bath. Parlor, bedroom and bath $J
t 3I 1"9 3'9g: E47it5LhelOttbtl3OT3OR/4l5:: 2736tl3btSA and upward. Parlor, two bedrooms and bath $5 and upward.
This Powerful and Savage Saurian, I'
Everett Hotel JACKSONVILLE, I MVKKXET-TIEKNEY HOTEL COMPANY aE
Sometimes ,
e Twenty-sev.n Fat 'In Undoubtedly however of nil the now i

RIDA.Florida's Length, Will Tackle Anything Froma sdraltttdly uusohuble nsun? problems ,. Id. TIERNEY, Manager.,
) Sheep to a Half Ton Bullock I which have from time to time occupiedthe -
attention of mathematicians the II RN IKSONVILLK N. C.,
The crocodile of the Nile differs verylittle
iI Largest European Hotel I most famous la that generally known
from that of Australia which U
centrally termed In II squaring the circle The time and fMtiistml on ths ftummlt of Ihe
: "alligator. though It In N. C
thrown upon days
energy! away HENDERSONYILLE
''rntA! Baths Sample Rooms Long Distance Phones In Every Room reality a true cmuO'la Th bond of I gone by are simply anintlng A Dutch ., BLUE RIDGE MOUNTAINS.

-Ihe Best of Servic 'a true alllgntor is bronde end shorter Professor Jacob MirceUu by name

than that ft the 'crocodll There in worked at It for r"rty.thl''e years and ) FEET
OKO. 1|. MASON, Manager 2,601) ABOVK!: SEA T.EVELllae
also considerable difference teeth rome at last to the conclusion that the

aud their disposition lu the jins The circumference( contained tho diameter
ST. AUQUSTIM: a population of :3.VHt. On main line of Hiuthern Itttllnay Through
teeth of an alligator are unequal. and exactly
sleepers' from Jacksomllle Kla. direct Excelleut In the
tront fishing
the larger of the lower canine enters a 1 ..00II73r.1141G79H:8:18.K9.!!'! ::
r8\1Iln the upper Jaw, while that of A6er71t3637i40e1344003sc31t.21701 mountain stream, riding and driving, and a hotel that Is modern, elnctrlo _

: aIIc a crocodile simply fits into a Rroo\ on :: lighted, Oils elevator, and a outline and service that pleases. This seotlon -

: ; the outside of the upper Jan, leaving/ times lie was wrong Another notable \ of Western North Cm oil n\ Is pronounced SWITZERLAND> OK

ti the tooth clearly visible when the computer one Ludolph van Ceulen, AMERICA For rates, lenervatlons, eto., address, .
mouth of. the monster la closed There continued his calculations as long as he

are also 'differences lu the webbluu of lived and at his death had the result WM HEWITT, Manager Hotel Gates, IIKNDKRSOVVILLE, N. C.

the toes and the form of the legs, Inscribed on his tombstone at Pt ('e-

though to the general observer there h tors church Leydcn
little or no difference I Yet II third enthusiast worked out the 1 The (tl taut KnUlilUlioit Grain and ("taml I HOUM In the Rut

ru"'i--M.u .fcj > u r* t < -- T-n The crocodiles no doa,bt feed largely calculation to more than 700 places of -- "
:rnTirrrrrT? r t B? ? T Hyrfl!<*f rt'UPonoo upon fish but as they grow older and! decimals find even<< then did not get so

stronger and require great qunntltle of I near as Peter Metlus who guessed nt f. T7\7"3: : n.. -<&.. 2Bo-a.ro: cSs Oo.s .
food they will when hungry attack! his aniwtr fhU latter lucky gentle S

anything from a sheep or kangaroo to mini asserted' that the diameter In to i1'' ,

a bullock a big. crocodile making short the circumference as 113 is to 353. Thin GRAIN, HAY, AND GARDEN( SEEDS,
work of a bullock. weighing over half a I Is so nearly right that the error would

ton. Some of these monsters' measure I be less than a toot In a circle with a ...,, | Flour Grits Meal and Fertilizers
as much as twenty'seven feet In length 2,<)xn( ) mile radius l't71uM MILtStn.'r"

and possess immense strength beside For a long time this approximation' ''' :' 2M1( East Ray Street: JACKSONVILLE:, FLA )
tot do 3Lsoon.BOBT. wonderful cunning and. patience. One was us near as any one got but In ISiKI -
will lie In wait at any catering place a lady mathematician went one better Catalogue, Free Warehouse on tracks of d. A, L H'y onJ|A. O. L. Ry.
MURRAY, Manager, frequented by animals hardly dlstlngulahable Hero is her formula: "Troni three dl
from a log of wood no ametcrs deduct eight thousandths and

still and Impassive It has become. The seven millionth of a diameter, and to
animal coming down to drink Is seizedIn the result add 5 per cent." We hove McMurray & Baker
\on 6UlDln61f3 ) the crocodile's huge Jaws and drawn then not quite enough but the shortageIs

Into the water and drowned. ?, only at the rote of about an Inch

At other times the tall Is used to and a 'sixteenth of an Inch lu lionci 401-lia Itast Hay Street, JiickMonvlllc, I Florida
STREETS T weep the animal into deep water, miles. lually, an Englishman named .
PUAZ A J* ST. AUGUSTINE l FLORIDA where, even though Its prey may be a thanks succeeded In reducing by more -Makers aud Jobbers'of- ;,t

oit IM'nirallo".UOQ In the city, Slrlrtly fireproofKomri Minty" fine rooms well heavy bullock, U baa little or oq chance than one-half even this "well nigh Infinitesimal ,
rur"t.he.l.. oulr. Oren November Iq June. AdoJr.... as above and there for the
against Its enemy, which U specially error, Vehicles Harness and Material
'--- provided by nature with an arrange present the matter rests, Carriage Wagon i
It be of interest to note, however .
ment that prevents the water rushing may
tel Granada;. ST AUGUSTiNE, FIARiDA. down Its huge throat even though Its that some little while back a manmade HadJlery, Itubber Tires

Jaws are folly distended through holding a great! hubbub In London because
nder new ownership and man"tgement. Directly facing main entrance of the its prey. Thus after a few brief lie bod not obtained the reward First-Class Repairing and Painting, Etc. Etc.
defect, During the past season tJOXH) ) has been spent In Improvements.
10 sod private batl.s Cuisine and service unsurpahsed. All amusements. seconds the unequal struggle U over, which he alleged had been offered for -- .. .- -

$2.:F)0 per diy; f 12.50 per week up. Accommodations for 176. Now open aud the saurian takes the carcass In the discovery of the correct solution atit' Ma1l3by Mn ob.ivory: Company: : ,
meets all trains. White service. THOMAS 1'ENNA, Proprietors' tow to some favored locality where be although! lie claimed to have arrived i
Iistaueo'I'hone
Long B74. tl Ocean Street.
can enjoy It at ids leisure! lie- said he did It by actual' measurement JACKSONVlLLEt .
FLORIDA
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-bAYTUNA In the early days at Port Darwin, and It "was found on InvcstI I
tn:ACII.
South Australia bathing lu the open gatlon that he hod constructed a boxwood PORTAULR and STATIONARY

sea was forbidden owing to the danger disk of twelve Inches in diameter C KVOINK.H and IIOILKRS.

Seaside Inn DAYTONA BEACH, FLORIDA from crocodiles, there and nearly everywhere i which he rolled atolig a straight rail SAW MILLS WOOD WORKING ,
else in Australia called alligators !- Tho man "'ala Joiner by trade antI evidently ,
e though In reality no true alligators !-I knew well ,v lint be was about MACIIINKUV and SUPPLIES.Complete .
Good Fishing and Surf Bathing. Rates: 12.f.O per day and up. .- exist In Australia. A young 'I' when he tmasured, ,for his answer +. line carried In stock.-

Also furnlihcd cottages for rent for housekeeping. trooper named Davis, a flue swimmer, ,,3.H25. Is wrong by> 1 less than one In ti, Lllmral, teims. Write for Catalogue

disregarded the genera] order and one 3,000.-Pearson's Weekly 1,t 5t- !state Agnnts fur the Olds Gas .and
BOH ICE F. STEWART Owner.
morning early went for a swim Tar ,,R- Gasoline Engines.:
out la the harbor he noticed what h* Address communications as above.
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n : A Common Mistake
NEIV SllyItNA.an and others took' to bo a floating log IMC A.OCXNmrLY:: :
Many of the northern tree float and 1 Many women mistake kljuej and bladder -
,.. .
troubles for irregulailly -
are washed down In the wet season to some peculiar
House the open"* sea Out went the strong to the sex Foley's Kidney Remedy '
NEW SM\ RNA, FLORIDA. oorieots Irregularities and makes women
\ swimmer, nearer and nearer to the
THEY
*ell. Ml.s Cattle llardln. Howling
Open all'the year. Accommodates 100. Overlooking Indian River supported log until too late be recog, Urevn, Ky, writes, "I suffered much; ARMOUR FERTILIZERS
nlzed his mistake and that he was approaching from and bladder trouble
Table service the beat. Room single or en suite, with private bath. pain Kidney
instead of a log a huge and until 1 started to use Foley's Kidney
For rates call address FRANK W. SAMS, Proprietor.
of or '
apparently listless crocodile. l Remedy. 1 he first bottle gars ma great

... -. Hut the knowledge came too late t<> relief, and after taking the second! "bottle made from highest
I wan entirely well." lltusvl|| 1'liar- are quality
TITUS\'ILI..I be of any service to poor Davis, though GROW
some men called out to him from a ,macy t
4 small craft close by to "Go back) Go animal products, which are everywhere I

back!" and Paris did make an attempt The opponents ttf l'rohlbltJon'are

e Sterling TITUBVILL, FLORIDA.d retreat and was swimming manfully pointing out that lllimarck J was a known to be the best

shoreward when the hugo brute mighty, hard drinker'up to the day of

flashed down upon him at a terrlOd his death itt the ago of eighty-nine. BIG forms of plant food. Use them
speed and opening his great Jaws. to
Hut they carefully forget the thousands \
their utmost capacity, came down with and will bet-
of hard drinkers who died at the your crops grow
a smack that wait heard even, to the
v e t shore, and inside' their cruel grasp was ago, of thirty-five.
ter and : tbook grow
Trooper Davis head. Then with thoqukkneHS CROPS yourpock\ .
common to the saurian. It
bad disappeared with its victim. Nursing Mothers) andOn'rl.IUro'nccl fatter than ever before.MANUFACTURED .

Crocodiles at nighttime low and bellow WomenIn

Just ,like cattle especially' like nil itatloni of life, whose vigor and .
bulls, and I have *j>cnt some night vitality nay have been) undermined and INWilliams'
In an open boat In Cambridge gulf, broken down by over-work, exacting
northwestern Australia where the social duties the too frequent hearing of
cu
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;, whole pined' seemed to bo alive with chlldrdi.or Favorite: other cause' will find In Dr. :Te': okoox'iV111o: : : : ., F1o4.
cv anA Pltrco'n 1 rescrlptlon .the mot
them, and what with their splashes
potent, Invigorating/ restorative strflngth- .
u the weirdness of tho l -
fries, wbolo scene giver ever devised for t special bedsAt. -
'WA '9p+IMp1 4V.w4lbs 4t and their clone proximity as they at Nurslngiraothers wnjlnd It especially '
times rocked the l>oat sleep Will Impossible I valuable l\sustalnlni "Ir strength Mammoth Mail Order House i
y
't+ II'I I for there are several Instances and promotlngXn a" undant irlshmenl ,
itlffn 1 t {Ji for the child tx 1i n u n too
(P record where crocodiles have taken
on will 1 find It a prlcrle\_ anX n the 311 West Bay Kt. -P. O. Box 401- JACKSONVILLE; 'n.A'. ,
or have attempted to take men from system for baby's coming rthnC Ing
out of camps and boats tbe ordeal comparatively palnleuTi'lV" .
>* or ""HiKfc'lU .7. .', WILLIAMH, Proprietor>> ,
Conveniently located close to F. E 0. Ry. depot A poor fellow named Heed, the mote hiVm 'Ll'T-t-'. .-
in the famous INDIAN RIVER ORANGE SECTION.This or second mate of the Julnan, had <.iituui. lit rVoul,' weak women. who
house Is practically new, having been entirely rebuilt, gone In his vessel to some river In infer from : : "nt.'w! backache *. CAsk I !
many more rooms added piazzas erected, and all modern conveniences Carpentaria "lIt-I believe the Roper, d ;: : downIn OOODS-KXPREbS I'AID.DKSO10 >>. SI'ECiALOFFER.

installed, and has been The vessel was at anchor near the the monthly abdomen periods, or from, gnawing painful or or Irregalar distressed It YE. Idlebrook Whiskey In drums-I>l li| |!..ry

COMPLETELY RE-FUHNISIIED-J J mouth of the river. The mate, Reed, sensation In stomach. dizzy or 4 Full Quarts . . . .f IJ 00 Itottllng., Express Collect.
Accommodations for twenty. Rates $2.60 a day and up. had been dispatched In charge of a faint spells see Imaginary specks or spots ff ."..,.- .- . . . 7-O l 100 Pints In drum . . |:W 00
Special weekly and monthly rate.ie ... watering party and was some distance floating before eyes have disagreeable, U .. .. U 71M : i 1XIialfl9otsledrum. ,break SIliO: s
drain ante-
catarrhal prulapttus Hold drum Will not eta
pelvic only by \fm
.
P. G. WALTON, Plopr. up the river In a large open version orretroversionorother displacements : 1:1": C freight paid (X)

--- boat. Water bad been obtained, and of womanly( organs from weakness IYVILLIAM9 NO. 10 RYK. OLD JIOMESTEAD CORN W1JI8 JoY,

t4ANFOIU they were oil ready for a return to the of many parts or only will, a whether few of the they above experience symptoms 4 Full Quarts. . . . . .$ 3 20 1 gallon Jug, express paid . .$ 'i 60

ship All being made snug, the tired find relief and pnrmanent cure by IS" . . . 4 60 CORN WjmKEY-Eipress ColUo-.
----- fellows turned In. having made their alloy."It fllll' and fairly persistently. U" . . . . ,0, W)
FavorltoI'reserlption. Rocky Fork, per bottle . . .$1 HO
In the boat The nlghf averT
iIi camp was This world-famed specific for woman's OLD HALIFAX1RYE. Rocky Fork, per ease. .. . ,ln 00
SAN FORD, fine one, the moon shining brightly weaknesses and peculiar ailments Is a 4 Full Quarts ,. .. .$420 N. C. While and Jag . . .'l HAN
e Sanford House -'b.n toward midnight; the sleepIng pure gljrrerlo I extract! of the choicest native. 6" .e 6 Of) C. White, better . . i "tI>
FLORIDA.. caalp was aroused by some terrlflcuLrlok alcoh! iiUKilclnal l make-tip.root without All Its a Ingrndl drop ofJJ'tI1 1:1": .. : : : : : : .*, : : : : : : : : u uo X-C White, tine---------------- 2 M o

*. These were the cries of poor ants \ plain Kngllxh; on Its bottle- Laurel Valley Corn, . . ft (N)
Reect who enveloped la bin bedding wrapper and attested under oath. Dr. SUNNY fcOUTH ItYK. :

rtler: tie irioagemerit'of .f J JHARKY and mosquito curtains, was being pierce thus Invites the fullest Investigation 4 Full Quarts . ",' '' .> 2 71 RYE WD18KEY'.II press ColIl'lf
.
.J ... borne off by a crocodile. of his formula knowing that It will 6 ,,", . .'. .. . 4 (Jf) Per () i l Ion
.t P. DRIVER, "- It Is said by those who knew him be found to contain only the I'"t'i: 12" .. . . . . 8 00 Copper Distilled and jug . .1 l 8.1 4
known, to tbe most W Pints-------------------- 12 00 Queen City. . . . . :I.I uHunny >
,at well and accompanied him on tnls and sell nrs of all the different schools of prac South . . :i 0Kye
ansUtsnt San Hotel Florida. tlce fur the of woman's
of Juan Orlando, cure peculiar tit
manager other previous trips that he bat, the weaknesses and ailment YELLOWSTONE JJOURCOV.Dottle Halt . . , . ,,3 "
habit of sleeping with his toot on the If you want to know more about the . . . w. . . .$ 1;60 Hurdle Rye, Special . . .. .e4. ttOverbolt >
gunwale of the boat, and no doubt tbU composition and iirofmslonal eiulonuv Case . ,. ? . ... 1200 . . . . 4 (10
) I afforded the crocodile an easier opportunity merit of the-avorlta 1'rfllerIPtlon "send OLD liOONR-Express Collect.Itiob Hill . . ., . .. <0
L J( K SHOOTING : FISniNO, of seizing him. postal HafTalo.card N. Y.request, lot his I to fret Ur. booklet R. V, Pierce UeaV-, Bottled In bond by tbe U. tie) Oor'm't' Planter. . . . .,.. 0

Tile crocodile( has a remarkable eye. log of same. ,1 Fall Quart . .. . .$ 1 2S: Old Bootie .. . .. .. (Ia
r MOTOR and FISHING BOATS at all tlmea. It can arrange the pupil to a verticalor You can't afford to accept as a substitute II" . ."?. . PJ 00 Williams PrivatSeal: ; K it
this known ,
for remedy of eunputMun
horizontal position at win to suit
R.l'1't8. and onthly.. a secret nostrum vf unknown ovmporttitan. -SEND US A TRIAL ORDER--:
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$100 and up. J. Special weekly its requirement by day or night It Uon't do IL \ If
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8 BAST! COAST ADVOCATED, nTUSVILLE. FLA. ''APRIL 17, 1908.


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.................................................. + E W Dunn cook at Co home 101 II' BREVARD COUNTY SCHOOL

Fla Star pub bounds of vot pre I 82 fit/ BOARD .

I WRITE. FOR[LLUr1TItATINGa" OATAI.OOUE_ GIFT-GIVING GOODS. A. A Stewart cert copy G J pr. I IA 18S b John R. Walker & Co

A Stewart cop lilt juron. etc 4 OCI I The Board of public Instruction met
.
C n Robinson C. Rep and mWe. 2101l0D
Mon
Fla 2tO: m.
InTltusvllir, at :: p. ,
Dlamonda Nt Cloch, S n WJlIon! draw'l Jury for C C :9 .(1(1 Present : E. B. 1
day April Ctb.1908.
1 : Watches '3' Cet liars, ,
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1
.e I R Ice Co tge for Cir; Court. A. J.
Arnold chairman G. 8. Singleton
w;w. t ; -TilE lJn.AJtT1UE T ETOllfe.CARRIFb'
SUyer Tea Seta. -
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611/
lIngsylos
"! J J' Drown drag IIId sum Juries 2fi Carter and J. R. Walker secretary
Brooches, / 8therFI.t"ar. : J P Brown sum wit for grand j... .a 6.', The minutes of the last regular meetIng
Fobs Chains >'i ., Toilet Article. Ct. 00Jo.
.w J I' Brown messages for Cir Ii
LuciieG rv llaodPalnted were read and approved. \!: A FULL LINE OF
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VII11s ballllt for grand jury 6 23S his
I Ihe Treasurer presented report
t f8 '; iolt.r.' E \V Stokes ferryman II 00, of the moneys received and warrant .
Charms
4 A A Stewart tn rllfJpt . 4 00
,, Iluckles Plated "are. K paid for the month of Mar.*1008. Name Clothis g :Ir'3i': Goods
;, o I. l\1aDdnllle telephone T W was examined and found correct and the ,

t Bfacelebind er rb, ,, ; b n." Hue..l. JOr.. ROAD FUND' DIRT NO. J.J..l'rltchard redeemed warrant*.duly cancelled and

f }all kl nd. 01 'J i nOIlPrloe.&O 1 di: Son tools, 3 3:1: filed. Notion, MllUnery, Shoes. Ornt,' FurnUhlngi, Etc. We represcat 'vav,

", Ins Jewelry -- IIIu. J. size J E O.ban road work 4 6f financial Statement. largest and best Tailor-Made Clothing House In Amer."'i,

W Woodard road work.- 4 b04t To Hon.A, 4.Stewart,Clerk of Circuit Court:

4tc{; Jr J W O.baa road work. 11 1,0e1 Bit-in compliance. with Section 8, Chapter
r R 8 Smith roa,! work. . 525 hru, Uw*of florid, we hereby ills with you F-t .rz-s.ituxe!
5 all ,
of moneys
Itemlacd statement
'+ ; JEWELERS IL 'EiI5MITN6. J If E Stone road work . 9 (00I" the recelreil following' appropriation made. and warrant* "
K Stone care count, mules. fI roIe laauea for the month ending Ap.1I8. 1008.Wsna'nt ; House and Office Furniture of all Kind and
r 41 West Bay St. JACKSONVILLE, FLA. IBatlalactor Descriptions
L Brady A Dro feed for mules 20 10 ouutanrtlnf at lint""..r\-
r Guaranteed. We Prepay all Forwarding Charge. 3I TltulYllle Lumber Co lumber 8 It Count1ICbool fund...... .....ll,7WIJC! !

***....*************** ********************* MAD FUND 4)UT. No.2. We"antll.,1IfI at Ibis meeting* : Iardw:: are,
........ '.! 70
_. A.buy Walton road work .. MOO County ICh..oltuDd -t fa
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J E Field feed for mule. . 2t 10 /I3.6S3 111 L. I
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Warrant:: pii.l'In'Msrcblooa-: : I A Full Line of Heavy and Shelf Hardware, Ship Chandlery, Huntert
BREVARD COUNTY COM N M Flllh mlleaf("' . . 24 00lJ .... ...... Sup;I
Robbins & Graham' County school fund > Ri3 3T.. i Everything needed by the Fisherman
D l.aRocbe luaallnjf.: . -66 W
I
MISSIONERS. J E Spearman baullol . II M .I71'I6130

) S J Field feed for mule. . 27 97 ===-a Groceries J01Top
(Incorporated Total follow* :
now outstanding s* -
The Board of
County Commissioners ROAD FUND DIAT N0. 3. County school fund. .. ......112.1/11 80 ,
PAID UP CAPITAL $:iISOOO.OOthl.
met at Tltusvllle Fla} this Oth
on day J n T."Dler road work . 88 21i Total cash on hand... ... .. .. M 04
of April, 11)04, at 2:00: o'clock p.. m, A Full and Complete Stock of Staple and Fancy Groceries
ownsi -
t company 1'reaentS R. A. Conkllng, chairman J. N Ie Kinnard road work. 40 21i Holt In funds.......... |i2'fii'iJCalh

:3L., A3ST 3D S M, Oiban J. B. Mlot, T. A. Robinson; ,, n W Goode marl .. 2000 llalance. ...
T. J. Cocksnutt.A.) A. Stewartclerk J. T J Sbave sit; Co team, eto . 2M 2. County school Sand-

i a the Indian Rivet Country; On the St. P. Brown, sheriff ; J 0 Simmon. road wotk . 69 :lit Hal nah on hand at'laaC report t 1..qReoel..d Send your order and have all your needs filled at once. A trial will
minutes ohio J n Malher. sir San fred. . '71 '71 In March, 1110II( ... HO. _IT of the both In and trouble UOp
The 1.\meeting ufJthe vine you great saving money mAde by order '
Lnol River; at New River and on Bay J H Livingston road "ork. s 39 OIl .75
Total. we! ee6eie.nwarrantioMtiinMarlOml
Board were read and approved.On :
J B your merchandise from THE DEPARTMENT: STORE.NNNNNNNN1NNNNNN. !00p
Blicayne. Price to suit the times motion, T. J, 'ockshutt was Instructrd Stone road work 60 ;:; I'223i 4Hpeo.

to reply to Itatements In the n Akins road "ork G 23 .fund C\hap B3S3' law* Fla. eD '
Send for Land Llt. Roads Bro. team blr. . 6 MOT 7'
Cash haad.t last .,.. 83 75
on .
grand jury presentment report. .. .... t
Offices at Tltusvllle and Miami. Fla. Notary bond of R. Wr Beaujean was J I1l1l1ard roa.1 work, 1800 Total .............. ...... _II_asiN!. by
H. O. Uri-a-T,General Manager. Da. R. BLAaxwoon: .
approved.On ROAD FUND JlJIIT. NO. 4.s BJ. ReKtI'lered Dru C1' MotsRea

motion. the County Treasurer I Morton Williams road work, 28 M Itemised Receipt '

authorized to purchase the necessar;, E GeotTert road work . :JO 00 bounty cbocl fund .
East Coast Meat t Market books for his oflloe. C Uammolld dressing picks. MWm (Reo'dfmmJ'avhonband at K la Walker..t renort..a If.8. 1649 aeon

On motion, John usury Is employed to Cook ley digging marl . 12 00 school' honks' sold TO 00 i E.PHARMAGYJ Ce
G. F. DUREN, Agent get! up statement of money etpended 1 In henry Williams, digging marl 39 (N. Reed K W Hall tat IWiT ::::: MB ft '
the( different road dlstilots during the Peter Robinson digging: marl,, 30.00 n.-o'd M from e poll.S.1I7 urn\ .' III no Jew
Comp to 06 87
::!3c lat twelve months. Frank Wllllams road work. 1000o .. o /" 'M to '07. 811 61Rse'd (Successors to the Red Cross Pharmacy.) Ir. P.'the.
: On motion. Ibe application of Mrs. O. Stahl lumber . . . 1 0.5 from Jit w.i: tuition' i
F. Latham to capture a, manatee for Will Dines dlltlllnlf marl. 30 00 1_. .... ... .. .... ..... .: .. 80 oo- fieetqperlal f I

r s: scientific ijinpoaea was granted. W F Darrlnltton road "ork. 2T 00( school fund' 0"chapMM Law.. i TITUSVILLE, FLORIDAA ndayheKi.

W W On tnotlen, the application of P. A J E Hpearmao b"la sq, 2 76Abney" Hal east on band at last report 83 78 ,

r-r s>> 1tf oM iliaD to capture a manatee for sclen Abney luol. . :'i9 I 80Joelteddick Total........,.. ... ,..... '-(8flO-41temliod -A Complete StoolfcT)! CAR
tlllo purposes was giantedIt road work 19 71i i
e. was moved seconded and carried N M Flllb road worn 2/j/ lNl BxpendWure.
that the Board of County Commissioners Julius ltsevee road work. .a 6 tlO ouO'1 School FLndTrachers PURE DRUGS AND DRUGGISTS SUNDRIES r mer'

..1, ca::: grant no more applications for the capture non aid sir 'I.ke tools. 8 M ranKnnrtntlon salaries of pupil... ..o ...$..L9M00:UO no ad all

4 gibta of manatees In TJrevard county. ROAD FUND 716T NO. b. .I H Walker ., pontage,etc, t ft i r-Trescrlptlons Filled 'with the toutCLO'1
=- ..- (sheriff's report to State Auditor show J R Walker wary suet for Mar. TS 00
Qoya log the amount of fines Imposed during: R It Cbaudoln road 3:1: 00 n 8 Singleton per. diem and mllas 1* 20 Utmost Care and Promptitude" -
Ben Kitties hallllog" . M8 00 E. H. Arnold ? 17 HO:
the month of March 1908
amounting to A J Carter per milage a Mtxmoa at Go,
T A Carllle .
hauling 20 1\0\ I'.mN':
1/71.01, was approved. A RiM.kl*< | pub i
TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. Report of Superintendent of farm L () WarlnlC road' work, 3$ 21iA.J llnhluic financial( atatement POI WE WANT YOUR TRADE. GIVE US A TRIAL ORDER.NNf 'I.M.Wrlgh'.
poor Poppell{ road .ork . 2 10I" \ t KWikeflelil Janitor No Id,... 7 on "- !
showing that he bad sold $:J 1.91 dating ..
I, the month of March, 111118<> was received. Ie Stone hauling . . 27 73; H"avld F Dnren Hunter janitor Wood No.8.No 24 .. 8 3 00 TO NNNt..N....NNN...NNNN. :

s Report of Clerk of Circuit Court of W A. Green .leed. . . 62 07 J. F. Farley repair >o. U. .. 6 15 Land,
till and R S Smith loading marl. . 8. r.o ,I. J.Ovemrett 'sup lies Nn.6 I 00 lth J,
: redemptions purchases during ,.:
John Henry com sa Oo Treue 411 24
v T A Carlile road work . 23 UOiIOAD
the month of 1008 AmerlVMik, Co. free books
17 TOO. '
February,. was re I cour'ra.C.l:
ceived. FUND..Into C. Merrian A Co,.W"b' Titusville Lumber CARE
auir1. Dictionary for No IS .. 10 15
Bonds M. D. Jackson and JuliusJeffords henry making .tatement. II qlE John' Henry typewriting mln ... t 00revard ... i
to carry pistols C H'1 freight on roller : lot no Co State Hank. int Mar,, 20 elI iturda)
and no fee or cause for :' ::0o:1J:: ::: The A. W. Co roller and scraper 3.1:1II: / ) K State of Hank tnt for .arch .... "4 nolank sit for
date m
rt Pleroe Int to
permits accompanying aald bond., the Bt Luole Co rep Sebastian ferry, U SO ae.A: etewamHsnkersletMar. SMAvld k NOW SELLING ,
granting of the permit are refused. > Hunter, laolauxl puplla.. 116 po the w
44'' q X49as Dud of Roberl*llowlerIn carry a Mar GAME WAnDEY FUND.J M. Kamitey" ... to 4i) 00 her fa

+rat' + lira repeating rifle, No. 33.1670, cal SO.'H: I' Brown game ..arden. . :33 qo Uu Hunter < ", 60 00
+ yes 2 ns r Total 1..lIe......... ... Il, Trn: MILIKU.
was approved 1 and permit issued
LUMBER
FINE AND FORFEITURE FUMD.t Attest: E. B. ARNOLD
,
Claim of Andrew Davis, Confederate .
soldier pension, was approved. R Wilson orlm pros In Co J Co 13 2S J. R. WAI.KKH, Chairman, pro tern.
i3 vr8'utl0I- Claim of John M. /Handera: for a Con. J' P Brown crlra pros In Co J Co 1i9 21I Secretary I 1'1. J.

nIL I ''' fs;,1erate soldier pension was approved. J I P Brown crlm pros In Clr Co, 64 6.jJ On motion, the salary of R. A. Bobbet aireci',
F P Brown com on one) etc 13 7<> AT THE!: FOLLOWING Fill
i'i'r On motion tbe Board adjourned until I. luoreased to t3 00 per month on ao- of the c

00 !#.< Arr117,11108, at 8: id a. m. J P Brown feeding of pilsoners, 113 00 count of extra !servlo. framing, dressed four side. . . . . . r iD. t 'ilar aDeeting9
The Board
I be Board of County Commissioners adjourned to meet on tbe The following assignments of teachers
Flooring, Ceiling and Siding . . . .
melon this 7th day o( April, 11MJH, at8JO: r st Monday In May, 1908, at 2 p. m. for summer schools were made and *alales -

? V 00 f 1 0 a. m. Present} R. A. Conkllng, chair fixed : No. 1, Common Flooring, Ceiling and Siding 'I-, na, thinDEAL

094 mF i manJ.; M. Osban J. It. Idiot,r. A. Rob PARTIES GO TO COCOA. No. !29. Tropic Mrs. Eunice.Schotteld, No. 2, Common Flooring, Ceiling and biding . . . .
k Jason T. Cocksbutt A. A. Stewart elf months alary $10 month.
; per ,
i Door and Window and
Casing Finishing Material dressed four sides
Clerk1 I ,; J. I'. Brown, Sheriff t No. 101, Titusville\ S. C. Scurry: five he, Tltu

F You will not make a mistake by try. Tax Collector's report of licenses collected Cocoa's population was" Increased by months; salary $'':\.00 per month. Sheathing, dressed one side. . . . J . . i

{' log the above brand of Whl.keJ-lt Is during the month of March, 1008, wenty-flve people from 'lltusvllle, Sunday No. 101, Tltiuvllle, Victoria Gibson, F. O. B. CARS TITUSVILLE, FLA.- PROMPT SHIPMEN Ir weekl I
the grandest for the amounting I to $38.01 fur the State and last, who went down to attend the five months; salary $2 .00 per month : OperadDg
money *.,!!).(X) for the County was received. revival progress there. No. 101,' Coco, !rtadle J. llogani, live -- -- *0

HANNE BROS.. Tax Collector's report of poll taxes Captain II an ford's launch left here at month; salary $45.00 per month D. JI. SPELL. Dlt. J. C. SPELL, Regiwed rb m| that ''T Jacksonville, Florida. collected during the month of March, 8 I a. m with a party composed mostly of No. 102 COCOA, to bo supplied, five ,
Complete I'rloe List for tbe Asking. 11108 for tbe year 11KKI, amounting tofO.OO adles. '1'bey bad a fine trip for a part of months; salary $::10 00 per month. 8 progiIkln .
and the amount collected during the way, but finally the engine. got eonrary :Banner Drug; Store. rioNOVEi

the same month for the year 1007, and tbelr arrival was detained a (Continued on page 4.J .
amounting to tl">8.00, was. received. few hours behind scheduled time. \ TirUSVILLE, FLORIDA ,
K. K. Cbaudnln bating tendered his Cnpt. Qrlgg's launch left tbe city dockat li at (

resignation as superintendent of road 2 p. m. well Oiled, with young, old and CHURCH NOTICES.. Toilet Articles, Perfumery, Stationery ..
for Districts I Nos. 1 and A, It was moved, middle aged of both,, sexes. Tbe wind -
seconded and carried that tbe same be was blowing sharply, causing the riverto EPISCOPAL CHURCH. re. Ball

accepted.It be choppy, and the party bad an up- During tbe season of Lerit there will SODA WATERS and ICE CREAM. Frank

r. was moved, seconded and carried aod-down tlrrm of It, but errlved without be services la !bt.: Gabriel's church, Tlusvllle who .p
that F. K. Stone be elected road superintendent any mishap except what Is l1.ualdurlnlr ,
for Districts No. 1 and 5, lire- rough voyages.Both on Thursdays at 7:30 pm., and :alley'
J D
\ TRADEMARK / = vard county launched started on the return on Fridays at 10:30 a. m. .PURE FRESH DRUGS. Jf Titus

IP was moved, seconded aud carried after the night services closed and found Dean Robottom will officiate In St.Oabrlel' '''me la-tl
IIIRSIIBKRO:; HOLLANDERA* ; CD'S that the abet Iff have the necessary paintIng the trip undesirably! rough. Besideen, Mall order promptly filled. Will order anything we have not la SIt'I sir mar

STAG Brand Herat,paste Paint.U done on the count,'. buildings. countering rough water and strong! wind church, Tltusvllle.- Sunday; ,
warranted to be made of perfectly Report of Clerk of the Circuit Courtof they were overtaken by a squall and evening at 7:11):: u'olock-Ea.te Sunday their

Par Material. and U absolutely free of Ones In the Qlrcult Court during the thoroughly drenched, while one of the Rev. W. Hr Cresson. will bold morning E. L. :: 3RAI C Y" &i :S RDEALERS O ERS, II
any form of adulteration month of March, 1908, was received. motors refused to mote, delaying their .
Report of County Judge of lines/ Im- arrival until after a a. rn. One of the prayer and sermon In St. Mark's church, e !: tty line
ONE: GALLON MAKES TWO. IN-
po.elln his office during the month of ladles of the party remarked next day, ,cocoa, Sunday morning at 11-00a.nl.. ; tan, blH
,
For sale byROXALl A FISKE, March, 1908, was received. 'lhat waa seeking salvation.under difficulties. and evening prayer and sermon: at St. GROCERIES, GRAIN AND HAY AND ALL FOOD PRODH.cuu, I
,
Cocoa Fla. "
of Justice of the Peace .
Report L. K. '
Johns church, Eau Oallle at 7.30:: We handle PRODUCE KEHT11 Tientji 1 J
Myer was received. Another party of several couples lefty p. rn.rRBBBYTRUAN of all kinds We are agents for MAKES u

-TIIE- Certified copy of Presentment of the > train: for Cocoa yesterday afternojn, CHURCH We deal exclusively the above line of goods and solicit the trade of all) r. and b I
Orand Jury tiprlng: term CJrcult) Court, on a similar nnsston; and returned after era. Write us for prices on Grain and all Groceries, delivered atVoursti... .
TWO BEST SPARK PLUGS was received., services, last night, In Mr. Taylor's fast Rev L. T. lobe will hold divine aer- E. L. BRADY A BBO. TITUSVILLB, FUM11R.PIN whoat J

The following vouchers were examinedand launch I Ices next Sunday morning at Rockledge that

1; Oy THE MARKFJ. approved and warrants ordered to Presbyterian church at 10 a. m, and at y will .0

I alas .'..00.m be drawn for the same, on this 7tb SHIPPERS' MEETING. Tltusvllle at 7:30: GOODJW.A.N: I thtOITEr
p.m.BAPTIST
day of April A. D., 11)08: Next E c Ry depot
> : the
: OBNEHAL rt"U ; : CHURCH TITUSVILLE, FI.ORID
Jacksonville Fla., April 13.:! 08. "J, was th,
J M Osbuo Co Comr .. .8 00 There will be a called meeting of the Rev Win Stones will preach on Sunday -Making a Specialty, ofFJ.'CNh -
J It Mlot Co. Com. and toga' gl"
milage, 12 40
I.. l1 1 Florida Fruit A Vegetable isblppera' next at LaGrange at 11 a. and
m.
R. A. Conkllng Co Com, milage ItJ ROT Protective Association .I rttitse mid> CnudicI'of, o r, of 'flUENl'0
to be held at at Tltusvllle at 1.tO::
A ltoblolODCoCom .aDd p. m.
llage 11 01(
T J Cocksbutt 8 80 Lakeland on Tuesday April 21. at 10 Cifi'zti's4 .n.ud Ooltl ])1'Iu 1 '
All
a m. member end subscribers
Z A A Stewart accountant, . 'JO) (00 urged to attend this meeting, and, also are, CHIUMSr Try LAGER BREW-a Non-Aloohollo Beer, "+. De
J Brows waiting on board. .a Oil
7 xM SANFORD fully
all fres
growers not already member BREAD. CAKES fIXelto1
are re AND PIESr-always
o A A Stewart nil on tea for 0
ua pub 00 quested to be The following double acrostic tell!
present. You will be not! a Your
i 1BKXrORD : D: A. A. Stewart"' walt'g on B'd, eta 08 75 led of patronage solicited. Satisfaction guaranteed.
place of a moral and
meeting on arrival at tory, points describes the
John _
o Q Henry, com, as Ufo Treat 134 81 Lakeland. Cr
: : John Henry, !State: Aud'r rep't, 2A 00 affection ul.tlDIr between two'of. Titus, '
order of the
By Directors.
( 30 0 rg E. W. Ilsll com, 07 ....mt roll 400( Oo ,III.'. raosi cherished buds. TITUl3'V'IIaLXa: x..rv'liJEl.T S"r.A:13: f>bb, of

> : W 8 Norwood Sup of Keglntral'n 15 00B J. C. CHAK:, Secretary From early.childhood to th. present hour il i la .Iooe
o R Wilson blka Co. J. office. 4 80 ''M otter
? Mugleal bond h y. bound this
;a II A W B Drew Co Mtg Record. 18 (X) RAN ASHORE AT CANAVERAL And sickness.sorrow, pain and pleasure twain, FEED AND SALE 80 *red the .
A A 8te"a1Ex pd book
on Mtg 05"
Eaoh In turn has hot I
itrengtliened the' chain. ne ftiipany ,
J Brown janitor . .. 5 00 ..
( steamer .STABLES.
The British eefortb. In corn Now with a sonnet we will doubly alM them .. BUGGIES,
l J P Brown caring for 0 II gr'd 30 atTltuivtlle w Ii
mand of Captain O boro bound from Knby-llpped BiSlden that each 09/1 adores_ BAGGAGE
Electric L. Co, light. 10 50 Never Inseparable. all gladly Invite SC they ten!
A A Stewart recelee diet bound.6'10 Baltimore to Tarapluo or Vera Crui, Llkeanicela of from them t, dl I the
trt
mercy .
heavenly
'J P Brown dellyregla'n books. 23 00 passed Jupiter the llth inore* TRANSFER TCRNO
on and
lost. 1
re- natlll
e ; your devotion that other may follow and I provl
J E hnnls wood
for jail 7 to'\:
.. I RACER Wu Mater. painting water tower 23 71 ported to the local U.S. Weather Bureau loch good example. ths IMKOO may teach, volumeIi ,

1 Nopaaklaff to tinker with Absolutely las Win Mater. palnt'golk's office. 50 A3 office she had been ashore at Cape Can Envy not other but b* titter and brother- HAULING ETC. ?aU kin
Tticht. Lonif round tapering Joint, at.
Guaranteed for one year.MOHARCK perfect P J Hall w'k at jail, and C U. 788 73 averal. No detail were obtainable, but Blnoemy lead to the goal we would reach.

Jaa Prltchard A Son md for jail 11 DO a* the steamer was proceeding to her Path. with fold many lining with and artless stories dUdaia quit cleverCaptivate -. m. O>< 1b4'L71 a''
Made to meet the demand for a Dollar rlu. E L Brady A; Bro mdie for jail 4 70 ri
Better than any 91M plus aid. BatUfaotlonuaranMed. J P Brown fr't on coal for jail, a 13 destination, It la supposed she floated Break friendship united,with heartless. endeavor TITUSVILLE.In rear of Bobbins' Law Office .01 I kindseel

( The Geo U Fernald Co coal 13 20 uaasststed. and was uninjured. \ Only to cau e them much sonowjind pain. PaJ
Mad with Double Improved Mloa lamlatlon. E 0 L A; S Co sack of cement.. 81 UM Judgment In frlendnhlpe, listen teaching, -
Ko wrap mice I* used In the oonniructloo. R J Durnam Supt Co Home 4,1 00 JJe wise hi youth U you'd be happy when old.. *'and G
"Bpeolal Dleoount to th.Trade; Praying and INDIAN FACTOR
Hauling. .
J P Brown team for grand jury 4 (I() Dladaia unholy and aneeran at preaching, RIYER ICETITUSVILLZ ".,'. theben

RONALD & FJSKE E: L lined, md... for Co Home. 25 A7 AU kinds of draylng Insist on the 'leeeon that the Blbl nnfoldOeatl ;
STATE AGENTS.i J R Walker Co mdse Co Home 28 11 and hanUng *and kind your twl_hoochu herenrter FLA..
Cocoa, Fla. Julius Kline indse for Co Home i 34 promptly ruaranteed attended to"*" and Satisfaction Endeavor to cheer th*.......D.d at will, U prepared to furnish Ice (In any quantity Sacked or loo**. OF- I'I r,
.
.' your dealer due, not haadl th.m.a d to a* Wilson A Toomer fer for Co U. 9 00 Joan KETTLE, Tltnivlle. -\7-K.all...*banished many hearts your hafcpy clear,|n ringing Tltuivlll laughter. paid sacking for Yachts or for family Ole. Fair dealing U n>7 11I0 J.U.1

e A. S. PIATT, Proprietor.



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