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

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U". Id. (). 00. .TITUSVIL.LE, FLORIDA. FRIDAY APRIL ,4, 10OH. PRICE. Bo., ,
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XCAL NEWS, Geo. II. rernald Ilnnlwure. Co. The Smart "llAltlinore" Stilts for MAYDAY AT COCOA. DAYTONA ELECTRIC LIGHT AMONG THE HOTELS.
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Dealers In Wholesale and Retail Hardware Young Men. AND ICE PLANT BURNED.Fire '
of General Interest... The people of Cocoa have responded Take note of the hotel ads., on our )
Topic paints, oils, sash doors, blinds,
lime, cement brick and shingles ,Here Is a style tbat appeals to every liberally to pay the expense of their destroyed the entire building of rth page.The .

Machine !bhops, All\ kinds: of repair young'man who sees It-graceful lines, May-Day celebration May 1st. It Is true the Adam Scbnntx Electilo Light' and ADVOCATE I.I on file at all the l

TaE ADVOCATE work on engines, bolleis and Naphtha .a nifty contour, smartness proclaimedIn that Cocoa has for years furnished entertainment 10 Plant at DayUna, at I l:1.: :210 a. in. last !fIat hotels In New York city\ ,

,IUeri annum In advance. launches every detail. for people along the Indian Wednesday, entailing a lobs estimated at
1.50, per
75 II six: months, h 'lln and Metal This In one of the designs that "rusk- River, and this kind of n celebration li $1M>,000.The Captain Geo. II.UDaIIU) Matthews,
!,Doper an. to foreign countries.. work plumbing, steamand log Baltimore famous" as the home of somewhat of a cherished institution flie"started la one of tine many proprietor of the City Hotel Daytona, ,

subscribe for tbe ADVO;: prices.GEO.gas. fitting Good Work at lowest swell "Younl Ieo'." Clothes-and the The citizens here will\ furnish plenty of( bath rooms of tliu Lily' taster hums was In Tltusvllle; yesterday, trying/ to

en by you the year, It does not poet you II. FKKNAID HARDWAHE Co., great house of Schloss who originated It. meat bread and coffee! for the dinner from a defective eleotilo light wire and make come .arrangements for Ice durlnrthflll'mmer

cents per week postage Included. Sanford Fla.Tlton1l Come In and see this model, we haveIt and visitors may bring baskets of the 10 less I than half sn hour the entire block i
rtJ'lJ In all the new cloths and colorings- more dainty substantlsls, and thus havea was one roaring furnscs. The Despland hotel Daytona, under N

Reading notice ads. are ten cents swell novelties In Greys, Tans, Drowns, general barbecue and basket dinner. About KM yards to the rear of the the. able and popular management of +

ne on this page. \ Camp No, Ill, Woodmenof Olives and Elephant shades." All sizes; dinner and sports will\ take place) at mrnlu; buildings are located two large Mr. L. M. Waite cloMtMl,1"l, er.la't after I '

lJ lJrm Get the ADVOCATE at Maud- the World, held an Interesting meetIng all prices-$10.00 to .20 (110. Also see Oleander Point except the ball fame Iron tanks, owned by the Standard. Oil a v.rII1I1COf'I"rlll.ealilln.' The Despland

jewelry store.r on Monday evening.Mr. I our fine line of Spring Furnishings which will be at the ball grounds.. Company, In which they store
Mime J. W. Frazier and bride are now WIHSTOX! S. BRAINING, moo RAM. and which, only for the heroic measures Order' of the Eastern Star, and all\ spoken I k'
Roberta of was
P, W. callers, at this office pleasantly\ located In the Hall\ cottoge Headquarter for Style and' 'Value 10llOa. m.-Moat race for boats 14 miles adopted by the citizens In lighting. the high terms of the courtesies shown

i tbs pleasant on Washington avenue Tltusvllle\ ,Fla and over, distance 10 miles Price lames away from a close-bf coal shed hem by Mr. Walte. Mr. Waite and "
,oda)'. b means of a bucket line, did they save family will soon leave for Narragansott '
-Mr, and Mrs Cbaille V, Doolittle $15: ((10); 2nd prize, $10(10, Music y '
CARDS AT MANDY'S.be Fred. left Melbourne band tins city front a still larger catastrophe, l'ler. It. I., for the summer
arrived, yesterday, from Cocoa and left, -Mr. A. Morgan Sunday by
Knights of Pythias will hold aa this morning, for Indian Springs, Ga. For Jacksonville\ on business connected 11:00: a. m.-Boat r"ce. boats under 14 The city Is In entire darknewi except
meeting on next Monday even. with the F, E. C Hallway Co. He re. miles; distance five miles Prize for kerosene lamps which articles were A LAWN PARTY
JUT* Have" yon paid your subscription In great demand the day following the
ad all Knights are requested to bet turned home last night $1000: sooood prize F1.al, Trapshooting
there Is degree work on hand to the ADVOC/TB f If not, our mailing\ Music fire. The loss of the lo. plant will\ be Tuesday afternoon Mr, and Mr. K.i. .

ai clerk will soon send you a personal re MANDY'S FOR POT CAlm 12:Oo noon-Free barbecue and bllllkedlnDcr" \ seriously felt during the summer.. non.of llolnisn of Daytouagave" a delight\ f
CLOVER IIILL BLOCK BUT. ml odor. the nearby plant have line capacity fob htwu p"rtln honor bf Mr. and Mr. l
-There will\ be a regular meeting cf
at Goldsmith's. -Mr. Kate and bride, of White Spring Indian River Lodge No 00( ,' Free and 1:00 p. m-Public speaking by State and for furnishing morn than their local de. Stephen Flnley, who are about to leave

I. M. S. Jones and daughter Mr. who .mere married on Easter Sunday, Accepted Masons, at the Masonic' hal, county candidates. mauds. fn tholr home In l'lalnlleld, III. Croquetand

Wright left here last Saturn+y, are now the guests of Mr Kite's cousin, this evening. 2:00: p. m-Baseball game, Cocoa v*, TITUSVILLE HIGH SCHOOL.* music were In order during the aftrnoon .

'Land, to spend the Easter boll Mrs. W. T. Matheis, on the river front FIIEMI DISPLAY FIVE AND TENCent Fort l'lercej; other sports; music. which passed away only too r

''Ith Judge Jones, who has been administrator 8:00 p. ra-Dance at the opera house; Dean Percy J, Robottom will\ preach qilonly. 1
-Mr. J. L, Carruthers, CANDIES. Tltusvllle\ Pharmacy Mrs Itolman was assisted In receiving
y g court In the above town. music by Melbourne orchestra the Commencement sermon for the Tl-
or the Chaud >ln estate, has just had a by Miss Harry of Pitt.burg and Daytona
I Quite a number of our people will\ usvtlle IHh School on Sunday next at ,
C. E. King and little daughter handsome marble tombstone erected at PARE
1'1. and, It Is almost needless to say, the
attend the celebration on May Day at
uurday for Orange City where she the grave of the late Mrs Carrie Cbau- Cocoa, The railroad has granted a One fare rate on the railroad from 1:20 p. m., at the Tltusvllle Episcopal !guests received a hearty welcome from

sit for a month or two. Upon her doln. ntusvllle, on the north, and Sebastian\ burch, these ladles.
special rate of one fare for the round
On Thursday evening April 30th the
uliewlll\ pack ber furniture and on the south and return. Good on Mr. Holman and son Albert also were
WHEN THIRSTY a Grape Punch ,
try trip.
School will\ have their
her father's home at Atlanta, Ga.MILT.ER. train No lU[ April ;30 and all trains May Tltusvllle High on hand, assisting at the lunch and cold
Sets. at the Banner Drug store
In
exercise conjunction
DENTIST TITUS- -There was quite a windstorm on 1st, good to return May :2. commencement drink tables where all klmta of temper

la, Baggagemaster; W. 8. Mobley of the Wednesday afternoon, followed by a Remember the day and make your with a musical recital by Mr*. 0. James anoe drinks, lou cream, cake, candy, and
Tltusvllle-Sanford\ Branchleft for his old heavy rain, which was quite acceptable, plan to visit Cocoa and have a good tenham' muslo class, In the Opera other delicious things were served.

n. J. P, Wei borne, of DeLand home In Georgia, on a vacation, Wednesday as It had been a week since there bad' time. __ house The exercises: will\ commence at About 5tD,) p. m, automobile began(a

>recently Initiated Into the mys- and E. R. Johnson Is holding down been a good rain, and It was getting a 7:10: p. m., sharp, without regard to the arrive, and away went the guest to their I
ol the Order of Eastern Star, was APPRECIATED. punctuality of either patron or pupil
line Job during his absence little dry : respective homes. all voting this pleasant
I ilar' and enthusiastic attendant ateetings and will be conducted with the sameronlptne'aa
Grand In -Mr. Harold R. Perry who has been DR HOUGIITON, dentist Peck Block, ; the .octal party one of the events of the clcs.ng .
of the' Chapter Editor Ead Const .AI"'IJrfII > and precision as regular
spending the winter with the family of Daytona, Fla. tf.Mrs. of the season at Daytona.
na, this week. school exercises.'There t
Dear Sir;! Please allow me space In Guests from various
Ifavera were
Mrs. L. M. Wetmore, left for New present
Geo. W. Bcoble most delightfully will\ be no graduates the High
IDE.II, FLOUR at Goldsmith's.. Conn, last Friday-a few days earlier your valuable paper to partially express talon, among them being: Mr Chas. 11. 1
entertained the Fortnightly Card School this year, but there will be some
kind of lltusvllle
thank to he people -
my Walton of Illuavtlle.TITUSVILLE. t
Tltusvllle Brass Band bad theirr than be Intended. leave. i
Ie In the Grammar
Club at her home on Washington ave, who were so generous and thought- six or eight graduate

,jEt> weekly practice Tuesday night, THE CHANCE OF A LIFETIME TO yesterday afternoon. Delicious, refresh till a* to send In such a bountiful supplyof ohool, and' diplomas will\ be Issued to HOTEL CO

Opera house and succeeded In get Phonographs and Records, Cheap ments were served, and a most enjoyable "goodies' last Saturday and Monday. these ____________ :.. <
leg some familiar sounds and the 'lltuiville\ Pharmacy afternoon by all.pIIOTOORAI'nS.All.
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vent About 8 o'clock Saturday morning a
[uraSI' tbat could be recognized. The TOCELEBRATE THE FOURTHOF There was a mass meeting of cltltenaf
will make the address kinds of photographs large fine chicken wa handed to me, the '
and will\ make -Dean, Robottom \ 0 Tltusvlll* last Friday, I In court
finely
progressing exercises of taken In tip-to-date style, and and Wednesday morning he crowed his JULY '
'Ikln of at the commencement touse, to discus the>> matter of purcbas-
the 4cb July. o
ring on
the; Cocoa High School on the evening of much cheaper than ever before. Portraits last time before being served fora, feast log the Indian River Hotel property ,It '

NOVELTY STORE IS SELLING Thursday April 30tb, and at 'tbe com Crayon Pastel Water Color and Several time during the day friends Tltusvllle will celebrate) Independence was largely attended, and was an enthulastlo -

,li at Cost. Come and get bar. mencement exercises of the Daytona Oil Paintings at most reasonable rates, ailed In with appreciated presents, and D.1. and considerable vim and festivity' meeting, Anne luncli-supplied

, E '. I. DI. DODBOIT. 312t High School on May th. and enlarged from any small photo would KO away leaving our hearts meltedto wIll be put Into this auspicious occasion.ID b y tilt O T. Massey-followed, and wa

I ro. Bailey, Miss Laura Bailey and graph. Babies taken as quick as a tears In thankfulness for their kind.ness. this, as In other things for tho ben. foul) ample Justice to.
Frank Bailey of New London -Dr. and Mrs F. II. Hougbton, their wink. Call and see samples *of our oft of Tltusvllle our townam.Dptol.all Another m.etlnjf-of the stockholder

who spent several months with son Mr. Frank Houghton, And Mr. work, and then you will know what Monday morning I received a nice lit- "the merchants-should :work to nty-wa* held In the law ohms of Mr.

:alley's mother, Mr. L. M. Wet- Sheppard choirmaster St. Mary's Episcopal we can do for you. tIe; box: from the Sunday school at Mime getber. -unity and harmony always have Geo. M. Rubbing, Saturday evening

Tltunvllle> left for ,their su name church, ,Daytona; are expected II. FAUST, Tltusvllle, Fla. and upon opening It, I found a beautiful produced good results In TltiisvlIU when the following were elected directors

In the North on Wednesday; here, from Daytona, to morrow, Saturday -Mr. J. A. Modlsette who has been bouquet of flowers, an appreciated note Let everybody get together, work to- :

I air many Tltusvllle friends will on their launch. AM the two latter spending the winter with bar family atFrootense and a nice little\ puree of money as an !gather and pull together, sod than we Geo. M. Itobblns I.. A, Brady, Frank

or their early arrival next winter. gentlemen are good singers, we hope to left, on Monday for his summer Easter greeting will\ have a good, old-time, Fourth of S. Battle J, S. Daniel and E B. Wager '

ERs have the pleasure of bearing them In the home In Minneapolis, Minn., where Map God's richest blessings rest upon July In Tltusvllle.Itemember This was followed by the) election of Geo. t
0IDC IF YOU WANT TO SEE Episcopal church while In lltusvltle lie ADVOCATE follow each and all that remembered us In any Tltusvlll will celebrate M, Itobblns for president i Frank 8,1 Battle

tty \line of Infant's Shoe., In pink -Mr. J. T. Waters of Walton Fla., a way. Yours humbly, )1'. P. M!<-CALI,, ha 4th of July, and Indian River people vlos.president; L. A. Brady. treasurer <
tan, black and white, In high and valued correspondent of tho ADVOCATEfrom GO TO MANNING'S FOR YOUR Pastor THusrllle M. E. church. South. requested to make a not of It.; ) and K. B. Wager secretary.
cuts, lace and button. Large Tlbbals, before the name of tbat Shoes. He carries tb.farlt".t and beat

rILJ nent just arrived at ranDlng'.. town was changed stopped over In TI. line In Edwin Clspp Crossett, Queen COMMENCEMENT EXERCISE, FISHING. EASTER SUNDAY",
IIIt10 and while driving Quality, Pad Make for Men, Boys,
r. Mrs. W. W. Ken yon and tusvllle Monday night,

rLLfD1 who have been spending the From St Augustine to his home. He Women and Children. The> public are cordially Invited to the Trout. flsblnt on Indian River I I. exellent :. This was an Ideal day-th* theremom-

at their Dayton cottage, write was accompanied by his .00. R. J. Waters Among those from Tltusvllle who Graduation of the first class from the and big catches have been mad star registering about 74" In the shade

will noon leave for their home and they had five head of horses to attended tru Grand Chapter meeting of Senior High School of Brevard county, this week. Even the ladles are getting noon. There were no 'I'Itu.vllleohutches\ \

ibtown Branch Long' Island N be used In hauling pineapples from the the Eastern Star at Daytona, were: Mr. 1t the Cocoa Opera house Thursday enthusiastic over fishing. among them open In the morning-much to the regret

. ere the ADVOCATB follows. Mr. fields to the packing house and depot. and Mr*. Geo. M. Robbins, Mr. and Mrs. evening, April 30th, 1008.\ Jra.. Harry (I. I'tlsy, who lias been of the tulles, who could not show their

'I was the owner of the residence John R. Walker and Mr. Charles II. Class-Mr. John Bracco. Mr. Lack catching some.. big trout while trolling ,' new Easter bat and gown to advan

\oge grove now owned by Dr. J.er WILL BUILD PARSONAGE. Walton Mrs: Robbins and Mr. Walton land Singleton, with Dr. Utre,. tage. Them were, however services at

of Tltusvllle.Is were present at the big reception given Besides the class orations and Scenes Dean Robottom had" a hard tussle with\ the Episcopal: Presbyterian and Baptist

ill DXrOi: now located at Forte The Tltusvllle\ Baptist church have by the Order at the Despland1 hotel, from Shakespeare, aclSd by the pupil of an Bib sergeant fish yesterday morning churches the evening, when appropriate

Dentistry In all branches torn down the old building on their lot Monday night when there were about the High School Dean Robottom will which b* eventually landed. music by the choir, and excellent

F'res fully executed just east of the church building and will\ one hundred persons present deliver an address.Presentation sermon for Easter were.delivered by the

Dr. J. Edward Urlcb. start the erection of a parsonage In a White Mountain Ice Cream Freezers.Ladies' Walker.of diploma by Hoperlntendent : TO BE BEAUTIFUL. minister of the above denominations.It .
sveetka. was a lovely day for driving and i
', Roy Crabb son of Mr. and )Ir.. few Tb. building I. to be a seven room, White Waists button front. Eiorrrii ORADB GRADUATION. yachting, sad many took advantage of it

3 ebb, of Tltusvllle? has been at cottage, and will cost something Euchre and Whist tally cards. The exercises of the Grammar School The golden.tressed, peachy-cheeked, The air was redolent with the odor of
)1.' since the street oar trollblea.II two story over $1,000. Pearl Bcckles for wash belts Department of the Cocoa High School .uony.smiled orangsvfad gtrls of Joyous, orange blossoms and other (lowers,and
DRY GOODS SHOE*.
FURNITURE
Ittendlnlfachool at Like: City, will be held on Wednesday evening, racksonvllle are mo beautiful that girl such delightful weather wa much ap
BOIl oed the National Guards at that Mincing\ Knives Weeding Forks. April 29th, 100( $. elsewhere are endeavoring to get In their preciated.
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For Kent. Handles Enamel.
'ne afternoon, and next morning Sadiron Stovepipe The play Aladdin. *Is to be presented. class. One In C'hlcK announces that
"P-ny was ordered to Pensaoola -1 .of CH AS.A.G ARDIfIR: ,Tltusvllle,Phone 3(. All friend of the school will be welcomed. she will subsist oo orange juice for forty Hotel Hummer Rates. .
suites rooms
cottage or ,
: tney remained nntll Monday last The Taylor days. All right honey, but II yon wishto
Ill' furnished for summer season. For Sale. rates at the Patmburst Tltusvllle
the Summer
troop. were ordered home, be beautiful yon mast start off with
fokl a Provisional company composed 3Ut' MBS. F. M. TATLOB. A new serol.speed lanncb, 213%, 0h. Ward' Rhode Island Ked, / Florida\ home-cured
lonteers.. p. motor at a bargain. Building '(restest utility fowl; on earth. Egg and corn pone then take the orange per week; Room and Board, $7.00 per
Notice to Growers. week. Meal hours lireskfast, d'-IOto-:
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boil LEoN Dxerz .an dishing tonchTlmes.UalonFurnlshnnol
larger balance of season $1 per setting. GOO juice a* a
Hardware Etc. Fla. 8:00 a. m,j Dlo'aer. 1J.-GO till 2.00 p. m.;
33 4 Daytona.
Pullets at $1. each. Fre talog.LAKKMOMT .
Marx: Brothers, Jacksonville Fla., house For Kent, Supper 5JM:: ( till 1,110( p. m,
FL Poui.Tur FARM
*11 kinds of Hardware' both shelf wish to notify Growers tbat they will be Job Printing. : I' LMIIURltT. TltnsvllU, his
30-3 Winter Park, Fla .
cry, Paints, oil Ship Chandlery, glad to handle their Fruits and Vegetables not the fact that t the AD Large 10.room hour, all mocha
'V and Glassware call this coming season, If they will Do forget Stove Wood for Sale t i I' e
on ne.Ito. Wood for Sale. completely furnished for
rocATK office Tltusvllle we do job Improvements
sound stock. Overripe Frnlt S
1J the goods and our prices are ship Vegetables good, or Packing House Refuse, printing of all kinds, neatly cheaply and house-keeping. Kent. from May lat to Best In townall heart.;; $7.00 per cord,

received. xpedltloasly. Letterheads, Hotebead, pine or oak, any length. Also plowIng Nor 1st. $2.40: per strand and $120 per }' strand.

order. reaelve prompt atteDtloD.J4.8. will\ not be Respectfully, Billheads, Eov.lopeeTaga. and all other and harrowing. See or address J,, Address, 4M W. Dual.tr..t. [Try U and be con lsoed., ,

ParrcHA&D Sow, MARX B OTDIBI.: kind. W. Jamison Tltnsvttls, Fla. 32.3w Jacksonville, his J. D, XKIS. ,
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2 mAST COAST ADVOCATE, TITUSVILLK. FLA APRIL 2J' 1908
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Free and Are the Kilroa Juggling > though It Is far from perfect" An Improved The Dead I>e.n. ANNOUNCEMENTS. School System our wht"le pub l! A

Official railway statistics show that rural I free delivery and a par Called the dean of American poets"by Respectfully.

Accepted Masons. at the end of January about 14 per eels |xmt are among/ tbe reforms Urgently tbe voice of the tlt'llt of bU contemporaries FOB 8TA'TE' ATTORNEY JOHN u. ts' Y Itll

cent of the total number of freight demanded In some quartersVe the history of the late Edmund candidacy for -
I hereby announce my
cars In service on the railroads of thin \ now' nave the postal cord to carry Clarence Ktediuan reaches back nomination to a second term of the office FOR CLERK or THE CIKC.I o;;

t ndl n CJ No. 00TitUSVllle I( country were Idle. Yet last September: biixlne messages for 1 cent and It I I. into day when be groveled! It may be of State Attorney In and for tbe 7th To The Voters of Brevard (' 'nl!)

the claim was put forward that there a question for expert In tbe postal department aid. "through long days of labor" to Judicial circuit of Florida, subject to tbe Thanking you for post tat

River was an embarrassing congestion of to determine whether It will come to his own. Htedman's was a decision of the Democratic Primaries to beg to announce myself a* tnCda spa
be held on Hay 19, 1008. If again trusted for te election to tbe
Lodge. ,Trorida freight Not very long ago J. J. Hill be wise to cut the letter rote in two typical' Amrrknn literary career of tbe with the administration I of this most the i Ircult Court of office Brevarc"> "'leek
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Hold It* mmting the inoond and fourth Friday said It would require the expenditureof while doubling the bulk and weight of old school First! a war correspondentat Important office by the people, I will, M subject to tbe action of tL, ?

of.each month, ID the Maaonlo Temple, fttuivllleUltimoclock a billion dollars a year for five the letter molt and also double the the front In the sixties and later anew"pnllt'r I have always strived to do, perform my Democratic Primary, and came' r C'''

P.W. RolMurt, Worvhlpfnl p.m Muter. years at least to enable the railroad. weight for merchandise without a cor- ) worker la New York city duty best Interest impartially of the and State fenrlesals for the I you kindly for your support

Oscar A MUw.rt, Kenln'I Wanton. to catch up with the traffic of the country responding Increase In rate. he early l>ejMii to put Into verse the JOHN C. JONES:! : I Uellpeclt '1110
Harry WIIamJunior Harden.H A. .
l R. WII.,,". Trmurtr.Jno In respect to cal'rtlnataclltt1H.. sentiment and emotion aroused by State Attorney 7ih Circuit. A fa'.u

R Walker, HMirfltary.frank freight car shortage being a thief taco Historic Landmark bis dally assuelntlon He wrote poetry '
k ".m., Hauler IMaoonTb'Hi FOR 811JRI!: FF
L. ""mI. Junior iMaoonC"ia tor In the delinquency After many year of effort and all because that was a fitting vehicle for FOB STATIC SENATOR i
the Voters
To
of Brevard
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H Walton Heritor Hteward. County
J W. Kramer .Junior BUwaril. It really looks as though the talk but endlesa stages of discouragement the expression of the thoughts that To the Voters of the 1:ith Senatorial DI.. ; I respectfully Pr'ao

J M.: ;B>.. Santa KnnU,ChaplaIn.Tyler.' about freight congefttlNn by railroad the historic Fraunce tavern In New breathed within hint tilct: candidate at the announce next Primary myself! u

men way have been for a purpose' York city has beau secured to poster! In his prime Mr. Stedmnn wail called I hereby announce myself a candidate for reelection aa Sheriff of Iler\Iireu\!

or that there Is a "colored gentleman" ty In Its oilglnnl shape It Is nwown..1 the bunker-poet" He went Into Wall for State Senator for the 13th Senatorial County
INDIAN RIVER CHAPTER NO. *T, District composed of Itievaid, St Lucle I would appreciate tbe
l h of the: hoes of
bidden In the pile of Idle freight care y the Society street to make money, but"not for nion- the will of earooit 't IT
ROYAL AnCIIIMA801'f1l.' and Dade counties, subject to port of all our people.
320,000 reported for one week's "lay the Devolution, and nothing short ot'a ey alone nor for the more vulgar things tbe Democrats expressed In the emu t Tours truly
The Indian River' Chapter, Royal iron Ma on
rata" the Unit WedneeOajr of each: mouth at the off." When the alarming freight congestion revolution In American sentiment can that money will buy lIe wanted to log primary J. W. WAI SON, fOSFPIl: P Ilttuvx|

"....alo Temple Vas dwelt upon by Mr. Hill ever turn It from its proper destiny emancipate his pen from tbe fetters of Miami, Fla. dl prW
The following are the offlMra: of this chapter I
M. .H. ".m., Kiofllleni High I'rlmt. and others the country was scoldedfor the enlightenment of Aiuurleuu cIUens commercialized literature. It Is said FOR COUNTY JIDr.E

", O.J. R.I'ritohelt Walker, King Hiirlhe not putting Its money Into railroad" & 011 tbe stirring event of the past that St..lmon'lmollt Important literary To the Voters of the 13th Senatorial Div '1'o The Voters of Brevard County t

t R.It.Wll.un.1F'iairer.: : : :: ; stocks and bonds, so that the fa ell I- TbougbtleHHueiM mid greed would have work was done after be came In touch tilct : Having served the nneipired term

(1.T::.rUnrtera Stewart' ,,
I'. W. Ko.....'.... l'rliioiiul| Hniniirner, ed Mr HID even Intimated that the where Washington took farewell of hi* sprang from knowing 'men for re election as Senator from the Thirteenth I hereby solicit the suffrage of the ,t" e
K'. A. "Morgan, R val Arch ('...tain.J District of Florida tens of Brevard County tot re-elec,
N' Waller Mnrtnr of third' V.P Federal< government might have to officers at the close of the war of independence at they arc from seeing the tragedies bcnatoilal \&that office and promise
: :
: J Hall Sluts of Hewiml VI subject to tbe action of the Democratic elected
). R. Ktewart' Maauirof Vlrat/ V. come to the aid of the roads In order to but for the vigilance of a as well a* the flower paths of Ufa. Ilia Tatty at the approaching primaries administer the duties of tbe olUc (fad pr

Y. A. Loaley, Routine! prevent a paraljtatlon of tratD('. Now mall handful of patriotic New Yorkers fume matured late, !but while not broad F. 11. HUD80N. fully.and unpartlally. 1000,0A

It will be remembered that just when Other moiHiineuU of the "l1a)'* In 1I0pe.IL I* likely to bo enduring, and B. R WIUO

OKDKIl OF EASTERN STAR the attitude of the railroads was that that tried men' souU" throughout tbe no doubt that posterity will rank him FOR KFPKK8ENTATMK. FOB COUNTY
COMM1SMOM11Dialrlet :
: .
r Frlenrlnhlp Chapter: No, ll.holila: Hi mmtlu' of throwing up their hands 'In the face country hate likewise! been preserved with Lowell whom he resembled la To the Voters of Brevsid County J.
the Maavmln l ream, Tituiivllle. on the
ant end thir'l TIMUM iilK"!*}* In each month atR-oo of the pressing needs of the country Rome few are still In danger; of neglect many re"ptCIII."an,1 likewise Longfellow At the solloltatl f my Jilends. I

f. m. The following are the oflloer of the and of the demands of the public thefederal and pcrhap lie at the mercy of vandals hereby announce myself net ididate for No 1.
gh.IlAIrt| from Uirtard In To the Voter of Brevard .Pill p
Representative county County
M''.. 7ancll Stewart Worthy Matron. Investigation! were drawingcloser
II. It WilMin, Worthy Patron to the roots of the business Recently the name of square in The death of James HIder Randall the next 'legislature, subject to. the action I I hereby announce myself al acct jrcultLtrent
Mra M. K. H.ilihlna, Aur"male Matron. I author of "Maryland, My Maryland" of the coming primary election of date for re-election to the office of'!:ou
Mr*. K H. WilMiu r-..i cUMl Kocrotary every day Somehow a financial/ panic I historic north Ilowton was changed In May 10th. J, {V. Commissioner for
Mr. MHrthaKltrD ,Treaaorar at the comparatively early age for a OSIJAN.! District No I lc, rUlvl
The following I oltluere were appointed j I happened along just In time to clinch I order to honor a local politician, who famous war figure, of nlxtyuine recalls elder the office an Important one, and

Mrs. In.,,.. Htma, A'lull. the arguments of the jugglers-If juggling was an adopted citizen The same Indifference To tbe Votersof Brevard County: nominated and elected I mill attempt
I Mln.au.liTeoter Kiith the fact that be was only twenty- TEPI
M IM Ina M.mloi{, Father.Mra there was-and It Is significant to sacred associations any I give It a business administration 101>
I Haiixiil, Martrg.MnM two when be literally "dashed off" at respectfully announce myself as a beat of my ability. J. JI. Gnu
A. ttnrlniumir. Flocla.C that the report of a largo number of unless checked by the protest. of patriots midnight his historic terees Itouget candidate for RopreRenta'ive' In tbe Legislature

ha*. II. Walton Warrinr Idle freight cars came simultaneously eventually obliterate other hU- trim liievard county. at the
} John It. Walker, HentlnxlUoo. de Lisle was thirty.two when he composed primary election to be held May lOib. IHatrlct Ne 9.
M. ltubbipa, Chaplain; with the announcement that the operating torle names or landmarks in the region' ,
also In a single night the"Marseillaise" My platform U i "the will and wUh of To The Voters of Brevard Count
s. expenses of the roads would of this (]uAre. In many of the countries Randall SOUR was the people of Prevent county I haveo
I
have to be reduced, and the usual expedient of Europe thin. mutter of preserving pet schemes, and If elected, will only hereby announce myself a candid
KMnilT UF PYTIIiAI.INDIAN JIlTER destined to immediate fame, for It was for County Coinmlnslorer Die; 40
of reducing wages was foreshadowed memorials I III In the bands of national go: as jour representative Thankingyou No 2 to the
subject action of the
LODGE NO. 103. sung to an air well adapted to the expression I I !
for remain
Were It not for the Incessant authorities. and historical monuments your support, mary. If elected I will endeavartoP

reports of the resumption of Industries are considered the property of of passionate appeal Yours truly JOHN HOUSTON the people a fair and Impaitltl( servlcIteHpectfully .

throughout the country this widely the i people I In England' there Is a epret
At the very heart of the antlHaloon JOJlN 1L MM
heralded plight of the railroads mightbe society formed to act 'as trustees for To the Voters of Bievard "uuuty :
the forces at work
movement same are
lice
accepted as a natural condition of places of historical Interest or natural I am a candidate for Representative, o
that explain the demand for and the 1)1.1
and respectfully auk tbe support of all rlct Vo a.
things and one to call for public sym, beauty holding powers under act of
enactment of law against cocaine. And Democratic voters in the coming pri To the Voters of Brevard Countj
MNtI every 2nft Sad 4th Monda, .unlnal In path and toleration: Perhaps the parliament and It Is proposed to make Very truly
each mont\:. all o'.I.'k. at a thousand or maybe 10,000 persons mary. I respectfully announce myself a cdld
Chancellor Cximmander.. ..... ,R. M. Ilalley freight car shortage was exaggerated It llleRil for private owners to destroy suffer from alcohol where one sufiers R. B. bTRWAHT. te lor election to the cfflcf ARIrn ,
Vlns-lhauoellor I ..H. (>. ItUy and this about the sudden slumpIn monuments which their associations Brantley, Fla
scare by ,
1 relatu : :::::: : .: ..::,:,W. H. Hall. from cocaine the numbers and IntensIty County Commissioner for the Third
Mauler at Arm... A. H.aa traffic Is somewhat overworked belong to the whole nation trlot. Will 'rplecl le your support
Mulct: : of Work:::::::::::::::::jlin.tl'; WalkarInnerUuard of tile foes of the saloon are easily! FOB TAX COLLECTOR; K A. Cotton' '
..... .... . .... W T Mather* Somehow the facts as alleged do not I ranl't'. Germany and Italy exercise! explained. I S
(hl..rU""I.... ... .... .. .. ......T.F.Ikd.mr.y. agree with the everyday experiences of the right of expropriation ,whenever To The Voters of Bievard County ,

Maaterof Mauler uf NerltalnM..DII.iVitohanl Kliianc" | ,.. .... . ..0"0. Hnx' kettKeeper the watchful public compulsion Is necessary to acquire historic Now is tbe time to size up tbe naval : I herewith announce my candidacy for Dl.lrlot No. 4.
uf Uoourda and Heal.. ... ..O. A, BMwart the office of Tax: Collector of Krevard To the People of Brevard Countj
site or building for preservationas
scroll whether it be to
fame I
All "laltlnlC Knights' cordially Invltad. at. Two Ouuces For at Out. of greater County. If elected to this' office 1 prom. I hereby announce myself candid
tend national memorials \Ve are not behind hove place among the fighters on the lie to give my best services to the people GEt
Tbe Postal Progress' league ha* au- for reelection for County Com miNk i
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foreign countries In patriotism, and trust 1 will recehe their
Donhomme lllcbarJ, Commodore Per. support
e nounced from the Fourth District subject i
that Its for the
.TITUSVILLB CAMP N0. I l.MeeUavxry programme and we should not be lean vigilant ry's heroes those who bad breakfast' at tbe coming primary. action of the Democratic primary
will be to push A measure fora PJULJI' II.
year than they keeping uplurentlve* to with IieweyVat Manila Bay or to sail -WRIOIIT. elected. I Rliflll give! fallhfull\ttenllot hltatL
vIA common rate of I cent for two lbdutl lftbe' fficP- ,fe rrtl' Ratio,
bstrlotlsm In coming venerations: ?
nmfjJ Rah ICvnrm to the Pacific.
ounces of mall matter whether of the I I FOR TAX.A8SFS80B. work for good: roads and lower tan
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first, third or fourth class- that Is to To the People of Brevitrd County i and shall favor giving all county no nk Clar
.. the lowest bidder Clark|'
say, where matter Is now carried tur .V iifai9.- .- IMl.- g.- iltiiii.- iltippi.lt............... .!. I respectfully announce myself as a responsible !'II.IA,

:2 cents an ounce and for 1 eeutyitll fn candidate for re-election.as .()lIunty Tax T. A Pom\i
... < w A Buettsor.
ounce there shall to n reduction so as ... e. Chubs
Al .. I >', ,, '> : Trusting my work has met your approval District >o. 5. eld. w.
It / to the two classes In of .yo, "
put now excess and
thanking you for on
LEADING ., your suppoit.
... it' To The,Voters Of Brevaid County
.. + r
I 1 cent for two ounces on a plane with _, 't 1' ,' I remain, gxaeon
llral and third Monday In each Yours I hereby announce myself a cand!
month at I p. m., sharp at tua_..Maaouio matter already being carried at the \ : truly for County Commissioner the 5tb II
W. U. HALL. l 1.CraV.
Con Temple red Commander.. ,... ......F M, thttahonek rat of I cent for two ounces. Per. i CANDIDATE I tilct. If elected. I promise todoi Km
7 AdvlM Lieutenant ... ... .. .P. W. kotwrl hai>)a the Idea la that If the government FOB CtHJNTT canto give the people of thli dill II. Llllr
Hanker. .. .. ... .. . ..Ii I.. Man.lavllie mall matterat TREASURER good roads, and )look after the( get ram. M,C LinM {
can carry name Important
CI"tlt: ) ........... ..J. .. .. .. ......lleo 1..Carruth.r.gamrt II. HrtxkelWaUthmau the rate o'f 1 cent for two ounces It oa i Cry Courtenay, Fla., March 25: 11)08\) welfare of the conntj'. \ Hall,
,... .. ... .. .I.J. C (iMtia : FOR To the Vote of Urevard County : I will\ appreciate the mipportof Iffurd H.
Gentry ..' '' '' .Oeo' W.IlanfurdManagers can carry all the matter offered for frlebd In the Sth district nHraifCOI
many
: ..:::..:: : .:.: :,...: ...K, 'I II, lilac: i Having decided to offer rnyscftf\ as a O C IUi .5 wee.
A. P. Oruber R.J Nvrto. that sum .. candidate for Domlnallut.t'1It the corning eta 1M
umSCI
All vl"ltlnit Woodman are cordially Invited to It Is said that the league looks for a w Democrat. primary for the office of '.
attend the meetings. public demand for postage reform that UNITED : County Treasiner I respectfully request FOB MEItHEltorr SC1KMH 11011. /

will reduce the expense of business! ... jour support and, elected promising: I will ton; fulfill that l the, ifnominated \. ear w. !

An executive order to abolish the traimactlons With regard to letter duties'of the office in the Interest of the District 1'0. James I I'm'lrk

evil of abscnttiUim among! array otfl service, which Is now Immense the : STATES people of Itrevanl county I
con would doubtless breed more IndlVldunl league says It "would cost the govern- ww when I WAS bonoied with your confi I respectfully! announce myself Wtlhaerl
dence. ,Very Candidate! at the next prlmarie
grievances than did the riding went little more than the present ounce respectfully: Kchocil board member for district N I 1

,tent, but theme who might be hit by It sen'Ice" to handle and transport two i SENATOR JNO. II. AM8. shall appreciate the support of all ""'H.Jn"H0de0

,would not receive a great amount of ounce letters and adds "Every kind i A. J rmi'

sympathy from the public. Absenteeism of trade could' be Ixnieflted by the lama candidate for County Treasurer -_ ','I.Jon
: of lirevard county, amt respectfully solicit '
: lalrlrt No I.I
JOnn
reduced tax .
'
la perhaps the most demoralizing on correspondence the support of all voter. at tbe com
.' thing! that ran happen In a body of England now has a two ounce service w ing Democratic primary I To thus; Voters Brevard CountyI :,nn Tnru'f.:

olllcera.\ It seems Innocent, built lean for 1 cent and It is argued that because DUNCAN U.FLETCHERj Kockledze, Fla., n. F, HATCH. I I am a candidate for member of

: evil and ono most difficult to prevent the postal revenue have Increased > April 15, 1WS./ )' Board of Public Instruction for ', WiserIonK
yard -
here tho much talked of "pull" since that rate was adopted the reduction county Respectfully "IIICu

." 1* used effectively, and It U time that which brought It about was u Stands for These Principles : J FOR SUPT. PIBLIC INSTIltCTION. O S. MVOIM!: COI

tho United States military authorltle good stroke of business: Tbe point I' To The Voters of lirevird: County: A. Cr"i ,

take some action against It. also made by postal: reformers that reductions : CoiHrnl Commerce of Inleralat Comralnajfan.Carriers by Interstate' jjj; Yielding to the solicitation of many \- District: No. 1. R'bln. 'Tit,

o( rates In this country hats Farora Income Tax
Now the Russian reactionaries want ultimately.beon followed by IncrentP Shade for JjJ date for nomination before the coming I respectfully announce rnywl 18.
TaHtl Revision and Urnrflt l to bring rinlaud under the Iron heel in postal re\enue Hut we have hn'I Florida I'jiiMerw and Fruit If candidate! next primary
nominated\, and
Grown./ elected
:jjj I shall use Board Member. Will predate ml .
of centralized despotism once more also heavy increase of population' extension I Duty on Egyptian Co 'on. ,y my bent effort, a* in the past to pro of all. Respectfully, );. U. aR"0'' _.WIIIlO nuude9uwar',

:t If the pendulum keeps on clinging of the area of douse populn Government Appropriation' for Harbor, f., ,

: Jjack, w'e shall soon have to forget tlon and a shifting of population, three Inland Hirora and W..._.,... W ,11411.1'Hall,

'that there wa* ever ,so much a* a be- factors In lu reasluK the use of the Opposed to 1'1'''''. Last all Moaopolle JJ n, W.lko H.n7 .

crlnntng-\ political reform In Russia. malls and of postal revenue FaTora Carraney Ileforna y J '. ran. T'

I Our postal system U a blessing a)- 'i aMr i.Nmwn xurwtaTITt'. '
ft FEEbMfEEFt N tbE6 .bE66b6ltECF .f EQ t fE EEf
I Home one has said that ":Jerk Twain
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humor In -- -- R.11..,
pI, can see anything1' Then he --- -" -- --
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t ought to be near "busting" every time i.i tik 'lax;J"hllll."".,

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he looks In that bank book which shows : nllr\lIrall., .1.

his $:nOo balance with the Knicker "..'IneaTITt:8
bocker trust CONGRESSMAN Author of Employees Liability Iaw InVoted ,

n Flor'd t.' 1(. !\oJh!"
r.
A good snowstorm In a godsend to aKaniahl ,
for Railroad
CommUsloa law
f the "army of unemployed In
our
ly e towns and cltlen but not even Deity WILLIAM B LAMAR -.t, floilda' Legislature In 1&>7.

ran help "th..world-o"e.-Ule-"oUlulI" ; [
} brand of Idlers a p s>7 Impeached Judge Swajoe In Congress. &ijQjfffl' 1


n Introduced bill In Congress to protect IIit"
It will be just like some "laggards la

f + love" to nay :"TbU 1* BO sudden" when WINNING Sea Inland cotton ,

proposed to by )'ollnlllndll'1l they hate
Vo'ed
-g A4As free
against trade
f on tobacco.
been spooning around for about seventt 'st, ;

years. Favors National Drainage of swamp

Candidate for United State ant ,aer
j germso and overflowed lands Mi p mxr
All grip matter how thoruglily -
Favors protection to fruit and /
domesticated! should be firmly vegetable
SSS
ltd out of doom and left to freeze. Cq In Floilda.. :

Senator '..; ,- Scicns
Anyway this 1s a hard winter to see I Favor National Aid to Good):.Koads. ('oaetnel

{ through when you want to guess what r rny yf aUi

t tkt next weather 1 I. going to b.I '" EAST COAST ADVOCATE, NEWSPAPER ANT JOB PBISTIIVO OFF''
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EAST COAST ADVOCATE TITUSVILLE. Fl-'. APRIL 3 /

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o ooooo o oo ooo to the other ship. I
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J TITUSVILLE FLORIDA
: ) Whenever a ship has to give way, to Mason M. Clark Co. \

A New Orleans woman was thin. another the color of the light of the ,
$ other ship Is on the same side aa that A Favorite Spot In Favored

''IH Because she did not extract sufficient 0 to which the helm must be moved. Secton-The Famous East Commission / Sfe: Merchants ',

nourishment from her food. 0 Thus when a red light Is seen on the Coast of Florida.
right band (starboard) tide the helm

&:a She took Scott' Emulsion. *? Is put to poYt, the side of the light r AM Fr.o'lVEGETA
;.da seen. ON.THE BEAUTIFUL INDIAN RIVER lo7-2tW Washington
Similarly when a sailing ship I*

IkmaI : Jg, crossing from port to starboard show V LES ,

I log her green light, that carried on her The Iowa of Tltutvlll Is situated NEW VOIIK. -
' on
amp' OUR SPECIALTY
a pound O
r.Result, a day in weight. starboard side the
tb&1fU, steamer' puts her the Florida Pest Coast Railway, 116
I 1 helm to starboard to Ttear. This rule .
ALL miles south of Jacksonville, 145: miles "
I DRUGGISTS SOo. AND $100 tCa could sound be signals followed, quite. easily with north of Palm Beech and 212 mile Oranges, Grapefruit and Pineapples .I

OO O O OOOO O north of Miami. The TltiuUUe brand

.._. -- of the defunct Jacksonville' Tampa At r

Professional (IOa.rdfli. It I I. claimed! Stereotyping.It that stereotyping was Key Went Railroad now controlled! by P. Huhlman & Co.. ,.

known la 1711 It was practiced by the Florida East Coast Railway Co. ,
II :::.; THE BELL[ IP1 THE[ SEAHow Wlllluul. led of njlnburgh about 1T3O. also runs Into the town-tlil-t>clnc the A r
::1111 Washington St. I t NEW YOU.
eteT.. !O. M. BOBBINS, Some! of God' plates are to beacon at terminal point of that branch There A
It.:) Miuray Street J N, Y. t
11 the Itoyal Institution, I. ndon. A Mr. are several trains arriving dally from (
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Il ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR 'James attempted to Introduce Gcda Jacksonville and Sanford during, the ,

AT-LAW. Ocean Liners Hear Their process In London In 1TJ3: : but tailed.Stereotype neanou.

Way In Thick Weather. printing was used lit Holland As the county seat of yrtvard court Oranges Pineapples '
Ry In State and United State
,
,.
U practice during the last
century and a ty. It lias a court house and a modern
,Court. quarto Bible and a Dutch folio Bible
Jail building, with rarely over ho or
Office at TITUSVILLK, FLA. FOG SIGNALS 'UNDER WATER. were printed there It was revived! three Inmates. The population Is over and Florida Fruits Our Specialty. t
London l It- Wilson In 1H04. Since 1850
.
1000. Illneaa Is *r rare, that one doctor
rill the durability 6f stereotypes baa been \V.. i eprcseut several of loft largest shippers In your State, and wish to represnD
ud, L. GAULDEN, In town finds ample time to act .>
t ). Method by Which the Submerged greatlyincreasad with or by olcctrotyplng, them Justice of the Peace: and Notarrv. you .1st'. Give us a trial shipment Katabllabed 30 :year 1. 9

ATTORNET-AT-LAW, Gong It Operated and the Apparatusby copper sllvej I lk. besides attending to his ;,
I'I
tdfar Ulpnctlocln all the Comer of th. BUM Which the Sound Is Picked Up The Cure. I practice while the other dins: ti. .
tat United State Courts Miles Away-Port and Starboard hunting
Holds,and CO '
Professor W, K. CrnnKt-, author of
-oyIL .0 Pol,231. irrnSVlLLE: FLA. Lights. the "History of Primitive Love," alluded Around Tltusillle ore a number t,

To those who go down to the sea In In the course of a lecture In BOK'ton fine orange groves and vegptab:. d dI dar

J \VKBB, ) to the modern cynical view of lore farina. rHEYSER I
ships
probably no discovery In recent
r I that prevails;: "I 1 remember once. Lear- Here Is virtually the head of the Indian ,
times has l> of
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW s een more Importance or lug a bricklayer and n plumber discus River, and the favorite point for .

\rill practice la the Courts of the 7th tends more to save life than that of love, 'I hold. said the bilcklayer, 'that fitting out and starting of numerous
paid for non-residents the possibility 'of signaling from shipto If are In love the .
-ult. Tares you terribly way to cruising partite during our balmy winter '
:at 1 rents and account collected. ship and from ship to shore by euro yourself Is to run sway' The months; as ever}.thing necessary to OAL.TIIVIORE IN/ID.

0111Ic ruiviLLK, FLORIDA. Bouud, writes Sidney P. Walker In tho plumber shook his bead and sneered. comfortably equip a pleasure >'a & PRODUCERELIABLE
rod London Mall. It literally, when fully 'That will cure you' he said 'providedyou ran here be obtained at the most reasonable COMMISSION FRUIT .

apt TEPHKJf E. FOSTER, developed will enable steamers to run away with the girl."* price. This Is evidenced by PROMPT, UNSURPASSED FACILITIES.

\\0 I Ia "hear" their way under all conditions the tart that the lame parties have
Literary Coincidences, WM. HEYSER PRATT ST. WHARF, BALTO.., MD. ;; ;
A TTORNEr.A T.LA WJyalUpcburcb of weather and particularly fog Just been coming here annually for many
said of
Tennysou a strange literarycolncinenre. ,
-
Building, Jar. as well as they now see their way on "A Chinese \ tome winters for that purpose In preferenceto
clear nights the aid of any other point along the Bust
the
by lights
JACKSONVILLE, FLA.A % time ago "rote to me saying that In anuoknown
that each whip carries and those distributed untranslated Chinese Coast
lid poem To the southeast of Tttusvllle the IB1-UL i b bOrl.: :: lf
i
iei'I SfEWAKT round the coast of every civilized there were two whole line of mine almost ,
country word, for word." Byron In hU wide sweep of salt water bay (about r

I FinE INSURANCE. The whole apparatus binges upon monody on tbe death of Sheridan eU miles In width), formed by the waters .

O.vie. here, he says there will never be an- of the famous Indian River Here F
Tact
the that water Is conduct
a good THE BEER OF
vie.M presents: only strong and reliable-. or of sound. The readiest exampleof : other Sheridan tho mold being brokenup fishing wild duck shooting, sailing ... QUALITY
companies. employs, word for word terms'ln and rowing ran b*.lnd IIJoo In to the + I
this of which the writer Is aware Is j
Office corner P.Im'and Pine.Streets. to be found which an ancient Sanskrit document heart' content of the most tartldlouiportsman. Best Tonlo for the Sick ,
FLORIDA usually at mineral bnths refer to the death of !ham notwithstanding \ t

TITUSVILLE There Is, nearly always pumping going that Byron could never haves On the ocean board, nearly In a direct BLUE IUHUON HEKR CINCINNATI TILSNKH nERlltdoion 1'r

ae'iOt on In connection with the baths but rn the document Shakel fWare"* line east of TItusvlU: I. Canaveral :'J doeenA . . . . IKK: ) 2 . . . ,N. . .ttJ OA
JARRY O. UTLET, under ordinary conditions the pump In passage about love and lightning In Club surrounded by over 10.000 dosen,, . A (IMII) / dozen . . . . 4 60 '
rd, not heard. When undressing, for Instance "Romeo and Juliet II, 2, Is almost acres of land. This property Is owned 10 doton, .I. . . ,' '' .I M IK) 10 dosen. . . . . . U 00

t. PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.. to enter tbe batb one can very Identical with' a quotation" from "!''tIo. by some of the most prominent and F.. O. Ii. Jacksonville, Pie", Mottled at the Brewery 1
IS' rarely hear tbe pump but Immediatelyone lata and !Madhava, au Indian poem
wealthy residents of Boston who come) -
Is !In tbe bath If one places one's by Rhavabntl. written nine centuries
TITUSVILLE; FLORIDA. before and not translated to Shakecpeare' south to hunt very winter. We are also agents for the celebrated I'ADST: MEADE, the temperance t
head under water the pump' Is almost up .
aDd time The cool, refreshing, keakh Riving, drink of the season.. Alooliollo strength l''< per cent Bold only I In barrels, 10 '
painfully (evident an engineer ,
ORone-lad breezes wafted( across from l I
could easily count tbe strokes bad hea dozen pints, $11. lid _
GENERAL DIRECTORY. Notice. the Atlantic Ocean and the broad bay,
lie watch at band.
I are one of the most enjoyable features A complete stock of Imported and domestic wines. Fine Claret from '1,00
For signaling purposes a bell Is employed -
10J. u.8, SENATORS. Immersed some distance under N OUCK: I* HERKBT liVEN THAT SIX l of this phenomenal location. to *Q 00 t per gallon, In bottles BO els. to tl.3ft

lot 'f lt ferro... ....Jar nonTMallory the wote-r'Rnd Inclosed In monthsefrerdale, Gmintr. ., I shall of. HrovHrrt apply U, it n.Wilson I There. a large area of ;primeval -
a HlUg : omimv
L ,.. .. ,... .. ,.. ..1'onBaOola., : chamber \ '
for forest and land the :
a M alnlol.traln' u' tor prairie beyond 1 ,
.
tlal' the hammer being worked by compressed KuMMotMn Martha Z. fthnvlerWALThll, HULK WHISKIES, aj.uo; to $(,a) PER GALLON ,'
U. 8. CONGRE89MEM. air operated from the surface. 01.11 ; 8WKENEY.IK I northern southern and western! boundaries -
Clark,.... ........ ...,.. ...LakIlClt). .. of TItiisvllle awaiting the advent .
QI0' Rparluuan' ..Tam pa. The sound of the strokes on the (ellIs o The following bave charges addod to price' of goods,
express
- ,:H,Laiuar,.::::..:::::::.::.*;:.. 'Montloollo.; transmitted to a distance of several .......................... of the thrifty settler to till the

U. B. LANU OFFICE. miles and can be heard by suitable ap : fertile soil, which now abounds In quarts Sunny Brook . H 00 KINK BLENDED WHISKIES "' '

rhulib, ,...1t ItIAt8r.Ida paratus. The hearing apparatus consists : I. I I game. Here can be found quail, snipe, 1:1: If . 13 00 iJonus) 4 quarts. . . $3 00
.... .. .... I Untiled ; :
.. la Bond
Warren Heoelrvr.Offloet '
; at OalneiTllle,'Florida. ;, of a microphone", a modification I I turkey and deer hunting to suit the 4 quarts Mel I wood . . .A ?? Le.IIOIJ( 4 quarts . . ft 00

II EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. of that we use every time we speak to f YOU RECEIVE A SAMPLE i most ardent huntsman. U ". . 1300llarper,4quarts: . . 5 00 11.,,
IIpt ileon 11.lImw rd... Ooveinor.? the telephone Inclosed In a chamber! Tttii.vll! Tias shelled< streets, electric Bottled In Bond Cascade Tennessee, 4 quarts 5 00
'UjCrawfurU..Becretary of BtaU.. Inside the ship and connected with the COPY OF TIllS PAPKR- t lights, a reliable bank a mammoth 4 quarts Uuuktnhelmt'r.I/ m Hlum's Monogram! 4 qta.. blend or
V. Knott ... ., ,
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III H I. Ml: .. .,.Attorney-general.Treasurer. bridge by wires In the usual way. j saw mill employing about 130 u.. .. j .. 1": 73.. II bottled |Iu bondOoveroment .
eDII 'nap 1. 1 room,.". ........ ": troller. The microphone chamber Is filled with -IT IS 1'0i : men; several fine brtak blocks,'' and liottllng 4 qu.rta. . . 4 20 1 (

\ 1
WirdR. Fmter .,., .. .. tbe i "
.Adjuunt- nenl. have found tQ answer purpose
to-date. merchants a Board of Trade ; Sylvan Men 4 quart' 9 20 i
0C altar dn ......Burvetor-OenenU. WE WOULD LIKK YOU TO f ; Alan Boll led In Ilond.' ,
there at arranged -
..ROM.. .State Chemist.Atn' best, and are, as present five white churches large fisheries, .a Fives Ilermlt Kn. . . . t ifJO( Ilium's Sylvan: lien, 0 quarts. 4 60
-1I. .. at..Tallahawee. ..,.,HUM Florida.Examloer.OIHuei one chamber and ono microphone i BECOME A .U n8Cn"" .. ', '. a tanning extract and palmetto: fiber Old Goods and llottlqil In Uond. Ilium's Sylvan lien, 8quarts, .0 40 '

on each bow below tbe water factory, an Ice factory, law and teal Pure North Carolina' White Corn,, 8 (00' Ilium's Sylvan Oleo, 12: quarts, 1) 00J
\ BL'l'RKMK COURT JU1KJE8. line. In the chart house on the bridgeare black and Mine Corn. 4 quarts 11110( Sheridan Club, 4 quarts, . . 78II
IHrlslon X.M a pair of telephone receivers similar i estate j fficf an opera house, a well I Harvest Corn 4 quarts . ,3 M Sheridan Club, 0 quarts . (X) t

mu James.RhRi-klefnrd H.'VMiltfleld,.Robert.., ._8. Chief Cuokrall.Justice I to those we put to our ears when : organized bands shooting club large Laurel Valley Corn, 4 quart 3 CO Sheridan Club, 12 quarts . 8 ooLong

' Division H. we talk through tbe telephone' shore, i : :1 i I and comfortable hotels, beside I

1 'mrtekTaylor I ....'.,..Presiding rustles and a switch enabling the receivers .......................... number of boarding !house In various 33! Send for our Price List GE
. William A.Mocker; ,Cbaa.B. Parkhlll. to lw connected to either of the two parts of the town.

SJ. FLORIDA PEGI8LATURK.Hi :. microphones. WHY USE OLD STYLE UI.OUKrt, The fact a* presented should have
direct attention
J.fl. : Several of the lighthouse on the a tendency to
I I.K..Jmae e,Tltuerille.Repreaentaave.i :: ::: ; : : Ing Tackle blocks at nearly the same r..
the writer prospecM revisitors to our
CIRCUIT coast of America and some price. Now.lo use In the United many cosytown ,
COUKT.
'Bra,Jones Titssvplet..CIresltJudga.' !believes, on that of the United Kingdom Male Army and Navy lJep.urmtnt", In making their plans for the

lone,, ) I FroeeouUnK Attorney are fitted with bells as described Examine them at the ADvocATE office, winter, Distance Telephone 188.
Vail tprlngTenn-Fonrth rorm-Kourth Tuesday I March. above which\ are rung at certain Intervals Tltuavllle. We *ave a fine Masonic Hall In
la Octolwr.
Tuesday
,d I each lighthouse having a different Tltu vllle. where Indian River IxxU tl'1
COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD. of that particular 617-610 W. Day St. Jao1l.: cPa :c7illo 3P1/ .' ''' ''C
..W.lker, Biiperlntandent... .... TltasTllle.. number beats 00 any I No 'SO, F.&A.'M., Indian River Chapter ,

'''f-.E. M. Arnold, Malabar a. 8. Blnglevm llghthouxe Is distinguished by Its rs5ENDSIbrfn.h Royal Arch Mason, Friendship ._. .. M
,loooai I A, J. Carter, Turnbull bell Just as In clear( weather It Is distinguished Chapter. 11. Order of Batern Star: -
.
of Its ,purity and rlllitjr.Perrjr'sSeeds .
COUNTY COMMI&8IONER8. by tho arrangement and Tltiisvllle Camp No. HI Woodmen ,
'a A., rnnkllnlf! chairman Tlllinan J. M.,1t""vl"'U lights An approaching ship can tell n a cliiae by themeelTM. of the World, and Indian River "rI-IE JC:>>S. ZAPF CO: : ? tl
John. R. Mlot, liidlanola Karmere
; close approximation as ,
ro"I within
.Robinson..: City Point|IT.J.Cockthait; La. mathematicians/ a very would say bow'It lie >> bar*confidenceInthrmbecaiue Lodge No. 103, Knights of Pythias J a o1Leonvil1e, :F'1orl.da.The : f
meet regularly
I .Ur ieinlona are held tint Monday In each w-1th regard to tbe llp-litbouse, because r they know they
canberellrdep* Also a BREVARD COUNTY OFFICERS.J'W" tho bell will\ !IM benrd loudest In that L on. I on'1 toperl. ,
IIII microphone on the side, of the ship on meat with cheap press delivery; a carriage and wagon
Tltuavillet., I.,., ..County Judge. Lour corr. In the State.
'" iiirten TltniTliiei......... rnjevitfy. which the lighthouse Is. and the orUrer 1 ; see glln sbuyln. shop and a Un and sheet Iron chop

Ii.! t HA wart|, ntnirtlle Tltua me," : ....Tax:Coontr AMwaM Clerk..r. of the wittth can steer accordingly .ecdaxntontbirconaclentloue The Cast Coast Advocate 1s published These prices Include express 'h.riOi These prices do not .loolul1e expresscharge.

,;R.II.Tltinrllle. '?..... ...Tax roUector. All ships' cnrrr a red light lit night \ ami trustworthy every Friday morning, and by a .. It lOll want us to ;add
Henry Mslker. Tltuivllle.. Traaaurer. the left hind, export. side and a horse lance through It* advertising columnsyou 4 qta. Fotl'ltl.I.D It,.. II 71 All fellw.t I gel.fillets.; :I gels, 7ltt.. ;
; Tku .. BnperlnUDdent.: on Fray'. >e.4 anneal II lraJa" IIUctl, 4 gala., $100,
111'1.., TltusTllle,. .. ...County Burreyor. green light: on the right hand, or star- for saw M rkaa. Aarwlk.runat.isesetrsa ran easily see who ace the prominent 12" It .. II : . 8.00 ,

i, .n.TltusTlH! ,. ..Bhorltt.' while all steamers carry / merchants of our town-men who' Benchland . 9,70
v 4 Bye .
>r hoard .hIe.
l
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oo< Trtu Tlll ?
tlonOfflcer Oal.
.R tl.tr : Extra Sin R, Pet 'I.M
TtTl' VILLE TOWN COUNCIL. In addition a ",'hltelltbt\ showing on I are up-to-date citizens and who ere 1:1: -4 .. . 8.011 ICzoelllor Rye . . It 1.76

a. Wil! on, ", Wailer, marshal both sides. << !Neither of the lights; can asking for your patronage Read the 4 (len .Lily. . . ado Re ':';,Ifi.'tor J. P.Wllson, clerk and tretnjj l tee seen astern or for some distance ads on every page very carefully JI': 0 (Ofl) :r..thto,1 Hye. . . ? 2.26:
.: :'rag n llenrr, I) H.,tax Prlwhard.aiUMnori f.
( '" alderman| The ooancll m ",
in each month.jrrtBviLur little astern of her middle point PO 4 a. Woodford Count I 460 Echo I-Iprtol . . at It 3.110
BOARD n a ship from ed State upon application.The 12 It .ay': : : : : : 10.50 1. W. Harper . .. . : :: a.M' s
or TRADE.: approaching
that: when Sterling Hotel 1* practically Solace . . ,.. .110
h ,Ins 4 nuae Valle . . 3 (Ofl !
to the ,
prenldent J. visible ..
M. DUon treae- ap-
are
J.O.: ; astern no lights new having been .. nUr.! rebuilt, .. Milk IS.OO
,
Rest y "
L 'secretary. Meets second Wed- Fruit SyrupPleasant 12" . . J100 ro
her full lights are Whlekey..t.
oorbt! 10 Mch pronchfng. ship, but .. I'fJMah II 2.00 ,
month at their mom. many wore rooms added; dining room 4 'F.eb" I1Prtol(, / /' \
visible from the snip approach.u.When enlarged,-
k -two shls: are approaching to take convenience Installed and has 4 .. I.he Oak . . /I.l 51 Tennessee n, ". .I. :: 1.60
YEARS'.EXPERIENCE each other from opposite directions end been refurnlaSed, 4 6 n ia' 00. . e.... . 6.00 Corn; . 210Les
on. each: ship will see tbe other's two The laxative. Does completely Accommodation 4 l Jl ater. . . . IUIII N. O. Corll. . .. II' 2,60 '
r light and can easily steer to new are of the best. 4 C. Canadian Club, 6.11 1 htone alountaln. .. . .It 'I :.I.Of'
three
or There The TItu.rllle Livery Stable baa a '4 a' Cane! .bottled i 'l lobond ,'W Tom (lb.. . . . l.t.o
other's
out of each way nauseate. .. ..
keep not gripe or
this and incidentally fine lot of Sprees and rigs, and pay 4 a' E.I'epl.er bottled In bond 3:'If' Holland Ola. . . t.1IO
.ii a ulinplo role mentioned for that the dam'ger Cures stomach and liver special attention to the tourist and the 4 a' Doffy'sMalt . 4,011 up to :: :: :I.Of'
It may be New England hum. 1.75
4 .Amerlcan lIlah. . 5151 .
Is. least In this case provided that troubles and sportsman 4 'a I.aurel-Vall. Cora, 3.r.o up to II. 2.M
T""ol Masse H>tb ship are properly bandied. Tbe chronic con- The Tltusrin Graded High School 4 'Hone MonDtalo CorD . 4.00 Cognac Peach, Applet

r DlalGNeA. danger of colllslon arise principally stipation the has an efficient\ corps of teachers, all .. t' Uopbflr Oln'J'oDlc, . ".110 Aprlwt, lJllckberr1 aOel.. ;
.........?. 'n.a.kfll Co.rrtterrvedto.-. a..errttMl mar from ship crossing each other and for by restonng of whom bold first'grade teachers' certificate 4 lIe"I\.1\ Island (;Ia. 41)U Banana randl.l.. .t' .. .II. 1.60

::/'::' ear t nasal : MhNlm. this also there are simple rules COY natural action of the stomach *, and has a school terra of 4 .010 PbOI, "ate. . 11.00 Cataaba 3.00

:,':":ti7mfled.... i r.rt.AIII. YDsoo _P.i : armed by what Is called tbe rule of the eight month Her the children are Doo' Overlook These Ooale Port Shetry II
as tm, ".t.c....", fvr._rlll.)c'asabalolly are lackberr7 W IDee. . 1.00
I =t .:', Mathe ." w-I.' road, leaving out tbe question of sail-\! liver and bowels. given Instruction and prepared for college Bottled .c the Distillery up to II.. 2,00AnhcuscrIhl8ch $,

$tf nnfiC ng ships for tbe moment the chip Rvfus. wubatltute Pric. OOo.' eo\Inee. under good moral con adwelMr Plots 10 d".. per cask. . ..120.. v
ka Jfm rla.. which has the other the crossing ship For sale 1JTTltnn1l1eharmsaq.. dition'and associations. } Le..ilea teak. per dox .. 1 ISO i,
loti-"'Mn00tpIlhe4AtMwekly4, .. r____ on her own right band (starboard) side The PalmUnrat Is another hotel opened ) Export Blue Label 10 dos per cask ? 8 60.1)rd
I ..any. s.....".... ",arbu. "TsrmM.. Ia.UNNr e ha. to keep out of the way, and It does In Tltasvllle. Ik Is nicely located near E I\r S t s t Lee. than osek. pr dos '.". .: I.W
& CO seitkaeae' ; so by turning slightly to the right or TOT OLD NEWSPAPERS for 8a3s 1 the F. E. C. R,. station, aDd I I. fitted \ '
New Y nik at this once with .. ._WRITE FOR PRICE LIST
snack her left aide Cheap, everconvenience..
"!Doe, q,r ah watboatts,D.t-; to starboard presenting ,


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COAST ADVOCATE.! TITCSTIU.K. FLA. APRIL, 21, 1908.


)0'. S. BATTI
pr.dint;
vce
JAMES. PBITOHABD. I.
BAST COAST ADVOCATE. BUILD (UP TITUSVILLE. I R. W. HAILB Assistant flashier


waaaLT lOU.II" D.YOT.D ro TM. D/Iat, At an inducement- to bring a I i INDIAN RIVER STATE .BAB

OVMa1T or TI. aIlDI" arras. ..".. sturdy class of all.the-y.sr,round I OY4 .
.aono.a.
.0.1' ARD ataOATPR aAT
citizen to this sectlori, which would

FUBUSBCD BVKRT 7KIDAY.Botarad build up the country for miles COUNTY: DEPOSITORY.

aroutld and put 'lltusllle at the I r:o Authorized capital, $ ooc

of the lilt commercial and Paid up capital 5'0
at the Paatoffioa at Tltusvllla. Florida, top ; u a i : $:!

a* ,saouo
chance desired than .It found right S =w ; 14
e
C.ASLaH.WALTOsEdltorterrreprletor. here at our doori. Transacts a General Basil i
Member of the Florida Pi-ass Association.HABIT The excellent quality of the land

'WIU'OX.,.. Bupt Composing Room bordering this town for gardening, r rAbsolutely Business,
: trucking and fruit railing li too ':

ItMulln-; notion In local column, float page well known to need further commendation t Largest ud Oldest Bank on the >Vrs roT
10 Dana a line.Ilaua .
"
for display advertising made known OD.I'.l'ca and evidence of it can ,: Exchange bovgbt and a M
:: : dna be teen dally in Tltuivllle grocery: ... ."; Countries, relp'
lulv.rtlomenm unlHM ntherwhe and In the Southern ': ''I '
appearanoa stores Express F.troni aappr olate7 Prompt ..
ill iiulated In contract. fartles and known to us
will W required to pay for :adv.rtlMng In aU blpmenta. Celery, lettuce', beans, traauneDk ervativa,and cvarr banklnK fator coimlitt'.I111tr.
cauliflower onions beet, gr ui A
cabbage ,
Tamaof
adru. most be mada per. COaREBrOMENT9Emplr
sonny at thl* ofltoa or by writing. tomstoes radishes potatoes, fresh Trn t '.n 42 it* tlr
!
cy' '11'
:
from the garden and ai fine ai New ...., X, V :, pIa
THa Atlanta National' Hllnk of
The HAST Coast AIWWATK I Ia I1JXI per anintnislxniiinllis was ever grown are brought In _. .. Jr.ck.oavllle, 1'1.. ,.rllC'koonulo
( TArts, To Voralitn/ Countries Pure
flJM'per annum. BubscrlpUotis invariably/ from the farms of Mrs J. H. Wale* 'El'I' US"V'ILLE, FLA

advance.nr ker, L. W. Doolittle A Co., Carlile Tito only baking powder --- ------ -- .- -- -
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: ln writing in tha ADv'w'ATs for Inform Hros. S. K. Rice Geo. 1). Gardner. matlo with

tlouuf any .kind the. writer will oblige... by an P. L. and J. 'A. Kyzer P. W. Uoberti Royal Grapo Motor :Boat Supplies. RA
eloalua; a stamped. addrawwd nvelo| ,
Goldsmith &" Cunningham and Cream of Tartar eli

Checks,Potufr.Or t t payablatuRAMLUn w..TCIIO.'rol'r..Ir.| the Campbells, worthy colored peo. No Alum, No lime Phosphate 1\lCn.I.1: Order :E3:0u.so.: dr

.6.4dr. all eonnunDlostlonsto pie are banking money from their "nd
For your boat engine Rt liberal discounts from I
BART COAST ADVOCATE. little patches on the outskirts of EVERYTHING prices Tbe TRADE supplied IIIOIIT. Shafting, I Ipelers I', pte

TlTCIVtLLB, rtOBJD l litusvile.) -- --- | Batteries both Edison and DIY, Timers.SB 1 tv
But few of those mentioned above - Coils, Spark| Plugs, Caiburotors. Bras Pipe and Fittings, Deck lining, bu

U. 8. epartmcnt of Agriculture have extensive farms and raise rlnu kinds are the main,'end altogetherthe INTERESTING LETTER FROM tag Gear, Boat liullders f'lupl'lIt'l.| 'no'red'

Weather Ilureau-Ouplter, Flai enough to ship In large quantities, most profitable, crop. WEST VIRGINIA. DOAT DUILDEKS AND FIAl1 COMPANIES given special discount, '
however sufficient In seen to satisfy I am living at Fredo Sanitarium and fel'

Thefollowlngis a comparative slate any one what might be done if indulged have charge of the garden the floral decorations Short Creek W Va., NoRt Pa,1n:1or, : I7nginoeearranged : : : lid''ot.Ir.,.

went of temperature and rainfall for the In on a scale which de. the ilawns, etc. We have six April llth, 1908.Editor .
\ to mv specifications' with WATER: JACKET HBAII: extra slzou
week ending Tuesday, April 21, 1008 1. pump .
t acre of land all set to fruit and we End Const Advocate':
-jfHjri- -1907DATB. *** manded carload ihlpmenti. Make and Break Ignition is peifcctlon for Fish Boati. Discount alluwed33zi.elZ3.08 tolI !
MAX. MIN MAX MIN The boasted and boosted potato have peach tree which I budded one Dear Sir: I hope you have not concluded

4 15 82HI 74 74 (It) and celery lands of Halting and year ago last August and set out on tbe by this time from,that I list have of droppedlha Lump: : : :

k 16 70 76 00 Sanford can be fertilized with the place last spring with just the one bud pink magazines paper after receiving my its regular papersand Jump Spark are Ideal for Pleasure Craft. Iebo
J7 HI) 09It W 01
loll In hammocks on them, that are aa full of fruit buds weekly vlslta for about thirteen" *. r/
. our 10 experts year
J8 81 ( 81: Hy wrlllnjf for price before sending away i IIavl1
, \, 02B now as they can stick. The fruit Industry No, Indeed Mr. Editor. If I were so SAVE MONEY rlt'
19\ M: 116 81: I say apd yet, for,lack of development Give roe your trade. 1 have sold gag '
situated that I would bave to economize
20 80 70 88 08 it is allowed to waite its Is comparatively ,a new venture here Ir would be In some other way than to from Wnandlna to, MlalJlI.vv bled
21 84 70 80 73 and there are but a few orchards of good ,
the desert air.
sweetness on connection with the East Coast
i' Total rain fall for the week ,11 Inches fruit that In full bearing We of sever Florida my -. o. SNEDEN, JEN'SEN, FL ,el.be
r Departure from normal rainfall I for the The vegetable express train of are jet. I through the medium of tbe .,
located "Nob '' and In EAST COAST ADVOCATE:, --- -------------------+------ -
week minus AS Inches. Departure the F. E. C. railway which awakensthe are on HID nearly -

from normal rainfall sinus Januay 1, hatlvei far and near at six the center of a tract of land almost two 1 look deal forward of to Its weekly and visits with to Grapofru:11: : ; ab.c1: Orango T1-OOS.
a delight
> great pleasure
minus G.IIO( Inches o'clock morning by its blow. miles square; devoted exclusively to the I lead of friend's with the IbI
every success
my BE'I'f
'
I( We have over 200,00001> the : QUA LI IT that can be prolucedkilled II'
HAL. UARDIM Official charge
fruit business. Now for the of the and the tribe. It atter
}. ing and roaring as It rumbles \ part : game finny gives me labor and our experience of over :20 yean
through Tituiville from the South matter that will be a surprise: pleasure to read of the many changes We bud pilnclpally on HOUK\ OUANGK blOCK, but can supply Grjpefr! .
and old Tltuivllle.
In
One of our nearest neighbors who Improvement and some Oranges on other stocks
No Intelligent farmer should should be an Incentive to land. When I visited the Kant Coast In 18'B, pro 1
; waste his time hauling half loads to owners to wake up and be doing, owns a peach orchard In full bearing and stopped off Rt 'lltusvtlle. an entire FOR TIIJ UKNKPIT OK nun CtJST(). II:ItS ALONU TlINDIAV I lbdm,Ia

market. for our facilities are better in every I was offered $2)00: an acre, just for the stranger, looking for a goon town and IMVI.K: we hUll wtabllnhed 1: UUANCI1 NURSERYEAit KO!, !

_____ -__. ____. _- climate perfect water acres.Bible crop, last fall, and refused to sell He point to make my headquarters to branch Pierce, where "'e have :J5,000choice) Grapefruit. and Orange tires, budded cub.
way ; Stook-one god buds .
out from In little by water for two year In Hue O'-uditloo for plnntlug.KEMEMBER ,1L
STATIC Comptroller A. C. Croom no, rock to drill through: no took $J,:!tOD from It per acre.. Another quail and alligators trips, I selected Tltnsvllle duck tint In buying tines here YOU Tales NO RIRK ot litlOiGr

i writes us'he will be a candidate for overflows the land easily cleared who bad an orchard of ten acres of BarU M the best town, at that time to get supplies WHITE: FLY INTO "'''l'R OUOVK.: 'a r.

re.electlon In the coming primary. and hundreds of miles nearer the lett pears sold' them on the trees for $16.. of all kinds from. After visiting It bend for new, tlimcilptive catalogue, with ...rlol'8 and full Information. ,.8

markets. 000. Another had a cherry tree la full for several winter I realized that I had GI'ltlillI=>>01110Iln NUrl't4el.Je""" tierIra

Other the coast have bearing and harvested and sold 51.00 not made any mistake, and that \IE was a Wholesale and lie all :
THE Denver convention ball is places up good town to live in.I So. Office VI AM I, Fl.!
: their boundariesand worth of fruit from It; another of the _. 10Pl'
begun to develop notice ------ -
the ad.la tbe JIDVOOATB: -- -- - --- --- -- -- --
said be mile from the ; .
to one near. the results have exceeded all same sort $(flJ.0\ / and so It goes. that it I la keeping tip its record and advancing l\t=ALSBV CO. ..Avtn.nEZL, Glt.l slit
saloon Such couldn't
est a thing expectations a solid car of What would Ohio and Michigan farmers with the time I wi sorry to
happen In Chicago. free see that you had lost by fire the Extractworks 41 South Forsytb btieet topnit
having been shipped from think of GOO bushels of potatoes from "f
and hope It will be rebuilt larger;
-- land near Daytona last week, and an acre of ground Now every one can and better than the old one was. I

TRIM off the branches of the trees uncleared land near by ii now finding raise just these kind of crop here, but I am sorry to see that you are allowingso i,,4y Y scpdr- ', I Complete line of Engloe-, ColtersS.! Ion.Ie.

ever-hanging the sidewalks so that ready lale at good price they ,woo't. In the list place, where many foreign clubs to come la and spa, Mills, Shingle and Stave MaclilnKdgers '
take all of the best ,, like
and available
I pedestrians may walk without havIng The utilization of the rich ham. Irrigation I II necensaty It Is suicidal) not sight up for bunting and most flshtog. I -7'4'A 1 Planers and all ollirr wo ko

to dodge their heads from the mock lands in this neighborhoodwould to have the land properlle"eled..o the fear that In the futuie '.'Itu."ille11\ be la5"t; 1 working machinery and supplies unit i lag!:

wet branches be worth more to ritusville, water can be carded' to all places alike. loss attractive! to the average tourist In stock at the above aililrest, 11 bid '"J r rII

t __ __ the year round than all the tour. Then the best quality of trees must be when thj beat, bunting and fishing points .And has been our only I place of !bum' ,em

AT forty.two, lull Milton\ the ists that \could be crowded In the selected aa wall as tbe best varieties of are whole'owned preserve by private beld for clubs members and only.the for more than i quarter of a century, ,

Dew Senator from Florida Is con. town for the winter season and it fruit, the land must be thoroughly put Make your game law more severe and Get the beatIt will lave you mom IIplD

eiderably older than the late Sena. only remains for those owning: the la I shape and great care experienced insetting 'shorten the open season for killing quail We can supply you Write for utI I",! bpi

tor Bryan but still for the land to make a grand united effort the trees, and they must be given or you will find yourselves, a* we are today
young almost without when
place. The South is drifting away to bring worthy truck growers into good\ attention during the first jeartlien year, ago It was most game abundant, a few FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY

from its habit of lending only the our, midst by offering Inducements the battle oommencei. In 1871 I crossed the plains and less msate

white-hsired to the upper branch which they cannot refuse, even If The,trees must be pruned every year than M O miles west of Omaha Neb, the bit'e

of Congress.DID they, have to allow the use of the and that I III done In .the winter or very antelope were abundant along with the LOCAL TIME CARD No. 75. IN EFFECT APRIL 14, l i90E :
buffalo and Indian How la It today
land free for: a few years. The early In spring Then spraying begins. All gone, and the country used for agricultural : No. 99 No. :29 MAIN LINE No. 75DeJIy No.98 ill I ISo

notice the cement side town of Miami was cleared up, first for tbe San Jose scale, only once a pur pones. A very few years ago -Dally DallyAam Dally.
you laid out ADd the streets and sewers year the codling moth, two or three I was In southwestern Texas shooting 1IOpm : ) ".._...?.. J*.<.kionvll ._...._.? r T :a&pm I.... .m lnbrC
old. sidewalks e26pm 10ISm ..._ .
walks and the time Ar. .Bt eio 7'0am
built for the donation of times a year, several kind of lice mil. geee, ducks quail and prairie chickens 71apm 1lSOsm _.., AUIfIl.Un.r..L": : pm trlsm
after a shower of rain this meek every : which were most plentiful. Today the a 17 pm: 128pmis : t::::::..,,,...Armond. :::,:::.:::.Lv 604pm121pm: 114 am
dew when the harvest
Have cement sidewalks laid, by all other lot, and the Investment was etc, but comes, sound of the reaper Is abroad, In the valley auopm pm Ly..II.'tooL.L.. SOT pm 400Sm1010pm
Thereare then the bank account. One orchardlst : Stopmlaupra Lv" .NewSmrna........ ..Ly >30pm114pm Inane
means. Ihe attention of the County a wonderfully profitable one. Instead of the report of thelfuo. 1115 pm : Lr:::='?..Tltuvlllew.Lv : l61.M
baa 1)01) of fruit but he History Il.IIe1l. and good old 1200 nt ,. .... .. ,
still better advantages open ,, percent perfect repeats 4Upm415pm I : t ? Cnooa M 19 Sa pm 1 b! am
e Commissioners" and School Board ledrawn 1204 am : :=: .: ,=::::=t:
here Yor truck Is with his Florida will band exception. Florida I I. M Roakledga 12 W \>n 1Dam 'log
to the sidewalks in front of right enterprising unusually thorough\ spraying. I 1469 ::: iiwpra600pm: t ... Fan O.llle I .? 11 64 am 114 in10J
who will make our wasted Wa have an Inspector ,In Ihls county developing rapidly, and M population Increases 1 lt :::::=.....:Melbourne..:,::::::t: 11 44 am9M .m
growers 960
the property under their control. the swamps drained aud the :: alO TOOpmt04pm L".I"I. PI.rr..L" am 11 15pmi4pm 1'1.
hammocks bloom and blossom as who I is ou to his job If any orchard la country cleared up, game will become Sus 60oam! Ar..W..tPalm ".cb..L", 188am .( hey
am .
the rose not prayed he I II dead lure to know oft less plentiful and hard to get: 136 am 1046pm1143pm: Lv Ar:.:.?.?">:.ytLanderdal.LV""" MIsmL....:::::=Lv t6 600 am sm 721 J put pm900pm lei I
An order the Chicago Pass more stringent laws and t10wam *TMsmIOMam Ir. Miami t ., *
posted on | and when shipping time come be I II game : : : : .MM MM .At 610pm 1900pmtItOoam dbis.
:'JT.U: : I
)
Ar.Hnmmlead :
shorten the and the I to
open season, save pm
k Northwestern railroad forbids A Tvreutj-jear<< Sentence, sure to be on hand and that; man don't sport for the natives and tourists as long .a.act m =..=' .:. Ar.Knight'e- Key lloekLr ,,,.=:::.:U"OO! a ]

the throwing I ofold shoes, rice and "I have just completed a t"lIot.yeRrIle.llh Chip any fruit, and If he makes an effort a* possible. *D J1aietpt gundsy. teuaAThur.dayaonly.: n eidaTiand guturdniioiilf '1155lies.

pt other "wedding accessories" In its seoteuoe. imposed by Biicklen's to do so he I la arrested, fined and impils- Enclosed please' find money order for PALATKA BRANCHArrive

stations or trains. It I li too much Arnica Salve which cured me of bleedIng oned. Your Di other, one dollar and fifty cents to re-new ray Lave EAST AIT!" Site
that the I write (>. sabscrlptlon toIle KAMT COAST ADVO. PALATKA Leav PAL TKA TOP ,n.
will
to expect engaged piles just twenty yean ago 8 G, KOBSITBR :sika TO PALATKA 'Fault.
Palalka PALATKA
another
CATS for Palalka EAST !
S. Woolever of IxslUysville, N. Y. ;year hiet
it ffom with those
come to afar.but Uuckleo'a Arnica Salve heals the worst With kindest regards to all friends, I I 50 am ,,,, ,?..,Ns. !e Dstly.. 660 sm 6-Mam! 'M'M.llo.47 Pally..... Ill uSffiuo .

1 residing; In territory it tape it Is sores, boils, burni, wound and out lu am, yours truly JOHN J. JACOB. 523 am ........ ....,NO No 60 46 Dan n-.iir.. .w?, 54' mI''uo am :;=. :.1o./glally.Voi: : : ...,...* .It08 INs'ae "dorthu
61 I'ally.
bound to become the most popular the shortest time 25 cents at Tltusvllln lIM are ...,.,, am
No 61 DnllT.....,", 11 10pm tM pm ,..._.Ho; 6. I'ally-. /IOp"
a line, with all others' distanced. Let Pharmacy, A FATAL MISTAKE 40 pm ? ...No M bul7. 42 pm 430. pm ho. 66 Pally......" IMPS
6tepm .. ::
No M R.IIy,,1M.Z! .,,. ..: 126 'lent
616 ::= .
7 P.IIT.No Pe
tho reform spread East Letter to Winslow Blsbee 16M1 m ... ....?.No, M Dulli,...,,,,.?, 766 _t>m m 1100 OK i pm>m ............Ho.. ; 57 60 Pall;...... .... A4 ..10r

-- MR. ROSSITER SENDS SOME Lotus Fla. _JAN MATED BRANCH r.

J A ocNKUAL: cleaning day is a NEWS. In Otters Made fly the WisestI'eoplel Dear Sir\ A certain paintmanufacturer r i:' EAST PALATKA Axriva Lsav. SAN MATEO TO G illjabA
advertisedaldorfAstortapttlnt- Palatka TO SAN MATED 9 atO Dluens PALATKA 'p.la-
EAST ,
\ good: thing to adopt. In Sedalia f7'

Mo., a general cleanup of the town I Mr. II. J. liosslter who la well known It's a fatal mistake to neglect'back. ed of throughout the basement with was my BO paint painted A;part not 'man .........No.40 M Dany D l .. ... 8 M Mamj goo sm No, 10 Dany, ... P let'

under a plan suggested by the ladies at Hook ledge. writes at a. follows: ache. satisfactory; painted Devoe next time. 3o J4 >*, ?! >o,19 No ;i rag ev
17
I has been found thorough and State boldler Home llackache Is the first symptoms of kld- There's a certain paint, a big concern Dallr'725pm MAYPORT No, 18 No. 90 ,
D'h
Dflylltl. and ambitious Dally Daily I Dally Dally "p.Ns'
proud that bated BRANCH Dally
very to Dally
effective The town has been dl. Erie Co., Ohio, April 10, 19118.( _
heilous complications follow see so big a job of another
paint; ao it Soopml' 100 1 70pmle0t
pm D11aroLr.J.rker.nrll tlm ,
vided into districts and mf'n. women Editor East C and children take part In the promptly. That former paint baa sl>ftnt two. $l<>* m,7lnlm ft '' tSsl''" 'KVlianitoKSli tj elb'am 566 amNo. III6u,6, I hI'din
: I enclose a letter from ?$fjjLmJLl'L"t! 111ea tire.3 '
effort to wake it a real "spotless. Don't delay until too late. third not paint, but this proud and ambitious r"r r Marpo rt. .Lr 4fDO.m
,
my brother, from the Hate of Washing Ujitll! It booomes dlahatea No 1 i'IU
-ItrlKbt's paint was only about ope third Lally Laity fc ? No.4 > 1
e town What do the ladies of the ,
OrmpCltyBn.ch BrinchLvTItuTlllaAr
ton, giving sons Idea on the growth disease not paint. It succeeded In Retting a e Aua ox Run, | .t, Bun. Uailyax. Hun. .tlua ilertf er,sd 'isle,
Titusville\ Improvement Association Head what tht gentleman :: trial: 23 gallon 5 kits of en
care of fruit etc., 'In that co-intry says gallons rich.; 40pm SOOamlOM Ill
about the ball Captain. I). Welsh keeper of tte When the had NtwgmTrnaAr mpraUll 600 roooaw i J2SKo
say. "starting think that-though t be counts les differ painter used! one kit h* 2,1pm IOAUam Lvlake Hales I r 411 )00 am Ar. Sanford IXo.il> "III:
rolling?" WOf..t l County Infirmary, I'arkersbuig, called I the manager not satisfactory; 4 I6A aM pro m Lv.Orange LYIy La 1700 pro 110 pro ?,. ....,,,. fl 1fB
._ a* widely a* the distance between W. Va "I : m IlOeam Ar n e CltrJe '
s&>sj; had to go around tr, of the kit returned. A paint, one-third His nra 100 m
I Till them-the Washington fruit R; 'were log l<. evade pain oounUntly, snare that not paint Is Lot good enough; to displace C.ne.eel.n,muds as Kt, ,. Dnek fee K. w.'s and'MaranaItTh
paper is endeavoring to have adopted l. and are enforcing, some a false step, jerk or twist would bring lero. "e KTARLLaeh.wth.tlm..aswhlehteals. wgbestPM"A( r.lr
give its patrons the best service method punishment and I was afraid to handle This was severs) years ago. That lh* '- st tl ..| h lr.rrlT.l mil,
that the Florida Asr
fruit a.ted Is.
t that it is ponlble to give and all men anything for feat of a reminder In the proud and ambitions paint i I. better now; .. enn.a sae Rsaranteml nrneear1.ln' am*'" 'h*Company. held ita.U r..powlbl* ror ear 01ohe:r.
might tlod some valuable pointer ID. shape of a twinge of pain. I trade aHr It Is ufarer honest; (Itlsn'tshoi4-nieaurs tharehnm.e'er
that the patronage will\ permit. We are several hundred' mile\ slot th of J. N, }urdcck'i drug store on Third at all and oii'y! 15 per cent adulterated ('spy of the Le.*1 TIn. Card ov Other Inf.rm.tUBl d

The ADVOCATE ii being frequently Chicago and only 13i ml1 let from the Pa I street, and have something to pet In the It's a pretty good paint now; 13or 14 JMINERAsssiert Dege ii Agt.sr AUUU9TINBs FLORIp ID.Iat.
comijllmentedon( its appearanceandthe drug store ev<*y lime I come In. It was gallon or It goes aa far a* 10 of Devoe. a ,
elite and
Coast
amount and kind of matter it naturally one would there I learned about l)oan's Kidney Judge I I) Fairchild own two houses :
contains. Our merchant and citizen suppose It would be much colder beret I rill\ and I took a supply home with me alike In Liifklo, Texas J 51 Torreuce t tbep
than there, but we are eating young onions and used them My wife used them painted both houses one Devoe and the Ps..5n ting xPAPERIIANGING
can make the paper itlll more grown out of doors and spinach Is, and lay sister, Mrs. A. Amick of No other with that proud and ambitious -x
effective liberal both 045./I Seventh street uaed them. adulterated-12'
by patronage i They percent paint It took
.. FPblON
nearly Urge enough to
In subscriptions and advertising. \t. mired the throe of us. 1 am heia In the 10",,' gallons Devoe and 30 gallons of the KAL&OMIVIVO, V.\I We have to Irrigate for everything w. city every few days and can substantiatethe proud and ambitious paint.It PUSTINfJ OF ALIKIND+: Lr1C.
will
The endeavor ,
paper always to produce here but It beats raIn all to remarks I hare made." take a pretty.good paint to disturb Old Furniture' mad to bok Ilk, new Mlrro lad. ard B.- .Ie' 9oinl

merit the patronage; but all our piece, becauae our crops are a dead For sale by all dea ler.. Price, \0 Dsvoe. + -Reasunabla R i*>_i !
merchants should help us to makea cents., Koster-Mllburn Co., Ru fslo, N. Tour truly, f1tn

better paper, and thus bring more an sure excess thing of, no water.la fear. of either a drouth or I Y.Remember, sole agent the for the naml"an'l-aDd United States. 61 P.H. Ja. Tritcbard F. W. DKVOK Son sell CO.our V- VV_ :rnn.zpjbKLi: : : IIn

'I settlers to our to"n.'I this immediate vicinity fruit,, of va- take no other. paint. TITUSVILLE b.h.p In rlmllour Itoi.eeeo'L 'IAmJl AioL1DA8T



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BAST OOA8T ADVOCATE.! TITUBVILLE:, FLA. APRIL 21, 1908. e 5 n

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EAST COAST 1 i Mims. Rockledge. Favorite Fertilizers the Best '
ICSTEAVS.
Tltusvltle.M Morgan.A Walton, real' estate dealers built.Geo. M. Huston is having a cofferdam are 1

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........ iNcwt1V E. E. Ilanck bas purchased an auto-
.
T. Jones has finished shipping his mobile from Geo. Huston. Special formulas for

Notos Contributed by Our Regular Tardiff oranges! Home of the candidates for office are :'
J. M. Oabao of Tltusvllle In Mlms
waa becoming ORANGES :
friendly now.
very
Corps of East Coast Correspondents.1111N1N1NN1111N11111N1N111111111. i last week on business _,
Frank Hatch Is erecting fine residence r
I P. IICtcer baa received' fine .
J a potato on his lot on the boulevard ; t. '
BEANS
& .. plow with a rake attachment. ; ,
(K W. Brooke left, last week for his
Tom Bush has. finished putting a summer home In Norwich N. \t.
l inI Please send all communications Eau Gallic. flue house un his new. five-acre lot. TOMATOES '
The new spur of the t, E. C. Ity. Is going ;
;items for publication to "Editor T: R. Wilson and wife\ of TltusvlllewaslnMlniK to be much more convenient than I'

fOCUS, TltuavllleFla.\ Summer weather and showers last /Sunday calling on. friends the old vine. CELERY.I'I'r r a':

week. W. A. Green, who has spent the last The Indications are for a light
very
'
Ii'l ffe cannot guarantee to publish six week at M Ims, will arrive here May of but of :
Town election crop oranges, a very large crop AND ALL TRUCK CROPS.
on Tuel"laylaat .
that do not reach this office before ,paned lit to reside primanently. grapefruit. e .I
Ii'a ji
off without much excitement.Mr. .
BOB' Thursday. G. Nolle Lisa. secured a fine flow of Wni. Wood steward of the New Hock-! ;:
\ and hire C.; W. McXab left ; .
Youngstown (). for splendid water, and hss his gasoline engine ledge hotel! and his wife left fur their Get \literature giving prices, analysis and testimonials from : II
I?, on Monday last. In line working
shape home Zterryvilie r
Will respondent oblige us by ID Conn., on Friday
C. O. W. K, uor.\h: !ITH, Agent Tltusvllle Fla. ,
Kedittone
the name of people and 1lacel"laIDIRI Son are working em Will Campbell: has purchased, from W, Kst. ,
ting
); their
f, possible f new marine railway in the harbor.; II. :Maurella line house. with live acres Mr. and Mr*. I. W. Dattenileld. promInent

Hodgson Bros have been fertilizes of 11'Dd. part of which. In grove residents of Barton avenue IIt, for

IiI their different orange groves, for the r'. M. Mote has pure hound five acres their summer home In Delaware Ohio, Fertilizer \

Melbourne.HARD past week of line hammock from M. T. Jones and on Saturday, Sanders Company

The Eau Gallle band Is making great will set It at once to uiange trees Still, this late In the season, there are ,

progress under the tutorship of Bandmaster G. K. and Henry Prltchett' of Jack. parties looking for orange groves. There' .

W. GOODS.-Real Kiutt Notary Kodes. sxmvllle were in Mims part of this week, his not been so much demand for grove Jacksonville Florida.

1 nnxwl him and and Conveyancer.LonclonandQlolw A I treat,and for Hartford Aetna Dr. and Mrs. Vaughan and Mss looking after their large business interest since the big freeze. .. -

n,iiiwiimncs,, (Xinipanles. 8)>eolal attention Vaughan left for the New York State ,. I The many friends of Capt. Eddie Ma- At su
-idto the IDterenU. ot non-retdena. home on Monday last. G. E. Marsh expects to leave on a gruder sympathize with him In the loss K, A, MOUOAN MANAUICB. CHA8. II. WALTON
I- short vacation to his home In North I of his wile. Capt. Addle was a popular
r Subocrlptlons for the ADVOCATE and A Produce portion of the fleet of the Fla Fish Carolina as soon aa lie finishes shipping' resident here for a number of :years O G &; VT Lrro:
, J of the East Coast will be Co., under Capt. Calllle, his
pink paler
Jh | crop.I
dyed at the Melbourne rosw 1ce. arrived In Eau Gallle on Monday last. I MIssFlavta !Bristol Is having 'a nice .
n. G. Monroe has had carpenters busy cement walk put In front of her lots and,
Kev W. II. Cresson of City Point the past week renovating his lecenlly around her residence. Hope the good
Wood and his two sisters left held services In ISt ,lobn'schurch f flicensed.
'rank on on REAL ESTATE DEALERS
purchased cottage in his liue young I work will be kept up by some of the
(rlda1 for their Northern home. Young. street on Easter Sunday at 7:30p. :: orange grove, > I other neighbors. .

lelbourne now has an attractive band m.Mr. Ed. Mitchell tisslumberon the ground Capt. Dsnlet P. Holme and wife left, ( .)
the theot. and Mrs. C. C, mak
ad built In city square near PIngrey are
and will where .
commence atonce to erect a tine on featurdsy for Norwich, N. Y, i
Our band boys deserve It. ing 1>Delevan preparations N. Y. where for their departure for dwelling on the ten.acre tract of land bo they will remain till the season opens nt Watch this space if you want to buy propertyon 1'n

, a Ir.aod Mrs. Claude Edge and two lit mer homo. they own a sum recently purchased. : Thousaud Islands, where be will own I

M>ni spent Sunday in Eau: Gallle, the Jim Huston has completed a floe and run a boat that will carry 100 pas the famous Indian River. nil

',Mot Mr. and Mrs. A, P. Dodge. :E. Splller the painter Is occupied on dwelling on his recently acquired 79 acre sengers. -

vlex J, Ooode Is building a shed near the Improvements Park' the Kau inaugurated Oalllo quarters at of Military the tract of land here and will start at once We are pleased to know that our for No. 1. Fine building South I- 1'1tllnllle. No. (II. Northeast I of northeast) T''

boat house to belter, for the sum- K. M. & N. I. Col. C. W. Fowler Is los to put out orange trees. mer genial neighbor 1C V. UoiigUs, has fronting 100( filet on the Indian sec 18, township 8rt south* rauge4l east,
ra number of/lauDchel/ left In his log no time. MIMI Blanche Ballou, who spent the purchased the Prospect) house Iu Jacksonville River and extending back to .'rontatrv"l.a MI aoiiih fork of Ht. Lucle river; 10 acres. '
1 rite. past ten \/Iet'klln/ Boston and Koxbitry: and his Indian River friend distance of :275 feet, an Ideal spot for a Dado county .tJIIO per acre f
00II' be Sayers cottage, on the Bluff la J. A. Carr and Miss Leola Carr left. Mass, Is at home again and ber many will know ",here to slop, for they know Winter home ..1'IIQeo.IO.' *
1AII
No. 7. A bargain! : sore
that will be Heated rare
-ed for the summer, as the Martin on hursday last, for Charleston W. Va.. friends gave her a .e100el(. they tight.Quite No. 2. Lot lOlx.'i.'S: :.! on Front street tract of laud 10 acres of which Is a boar
where Mr. Carr bus extensive business In. of "South" Rock- fine water front just I ho location for a
,
dly left on Tuesday. night for their S, M. Stephens of Lakeland the lar- a delegation our Ing Pineapple Plantation nnar- Melbourne *
lIelD Indiana terchts. Mrs. Carr and Master Lester ledge winter resident left on Tuesday.Mr. residence, live minutes from postolllce Dock
Ristorangu buyer that ever speculatedhere HOIK! Packing house
Carr will join them about the 1st proz. and Mrs. Geo. Zimmerman for their and stores; price $IKH' ).(K).
be children's Easter service under Is expected In Mlms tomorrow and .traD\"" "". Pine ore fenced with woven
ible training of Mrs. J. S. Ham nils, The north end of our town Is making will be a guest of P.V.. Kobeits for a homo In Green SpilngnOhio, and Joseph No. 8. West ,!-8 of noilhnast a grand success The churches were great strides and several cottages are few da>I. Nelklik Mis. Ann Hopkins and hiss west "! of southeast, t/; seo 111. township chance for a party who will live on the
utifully decorated. likely to be erected during the coming Mary Fisher for their home In Kopubyc,. 3J: range 31), 1UI :'M-HM) acres, HU Lucle place. Crop last year l.ftOO crate.
I summer months all of which will be One of our prominent tiuck growers' Ohio. _____ county. $11.110( per IICI'.. 'rloe. If sold before April\ lat, .1\011.00.'' ( ,
received last : for eleven
f.i(1> net
fr.I'II, Hell of Wabash Ind, has arrived "t'pk.
ojr occupied by tenants already secured for No. 4. S. W. if of northwest f. and Till perfect
crates of green beans, while another le- Death Wan On lilt HccU /
the In Melbourne. HeI ,
>l frond> summer. the coming winter season of IMQS-fl.! eel ed nearly $:(100& for four barrels of west M of southwest J/, see :'M, township No, 8. 1 10( acre' In No. 3. 28,
I be ">lth hi* brother-in-law W.O.I :JU, 3l\> 120 Hi. Lucle 1I' A3 O'a
Jesse P. Morris of Skippers, Va., hail range uotva, Township 21 South, Range .
01, .'lace, In the Huh business. Baird Hedstone carried a jolly party new potatoes. close call In the spilng of 11HMI. He county $U,00) per ante This Is line Hammock land suitable! for

dmlral James Olllls wife and daujhI over to the beach on Sunday last, la Mi 0.. C. Haosel has been getting out says: "An attack of pneumonia left me No. A. Northeast Jf flf *oulhf>ast >J., oranges,. grapes, and vegetable, and I III
kt' I A. btlckney, and Mrs. Waring, large auxiliary yacht, Mattie II. The some large Umbers for the Tltusvllle I') weak and with such a fearful cough sea i, township :IH' south range 41 east| located about a half mile north of Titus- ,
0 Melbourne Beach, and Mr. and part numbered over 20, and a most en- I.umberCo: Tbo timber was for a special that my fiUnds declareIthietoonsnmp- close to O. K Wood's pineapple' plantation vllle, An exceptional bargain! Piioe
', R.V Uoode were the guest of !loyable day was spent on the beach older and had to nqjareldllU Inches tloo I I.A'I I me, and death was on my heels. ou St. l.uole river; 40 acres, Dud tJM( ). Half cash} buluno on time to
'. Scott, of Canton, Ohio at Hotel The vessel returned at 5 p. m., with a and tip feet iu length Then I was persuaded( to try Dr. King' county ''1I.IKII''r' acre. I suit purchaser ,

ileton, last Sunday at dinner grand supply of clam L R. Deofcer of Tltuivllle was inMims New" Discovery. It helped me Immediately l. t
and after taking two' and half
a
,
[rs. Scott and daughter Mrs. Hlgley, Eau Oallle High School will have an lastwook, in company with two bottles I was a well man again. I found If you want a home on the Indian )River cull and sue us We have many
t'S. iDtou Ohio who have been among addition this summer to be ready for the prominent Japanese who are In this out that New Discovery the best remedy bargains In Tltusvllle and elsewheie on the) Real Coast. IMoi'g4an I ITITUSVILLK
prominent gunats at Hotel Carleton next term of school wotk. The school country to soothe manner of growing for ooiiahs and lung disease In all
"winter left, on Thursday Intending l growing steadily in numbers and con things and tbulr cultivation. the world" Sold under guarantee at : d3 "VV"n1'ton.:

top at Atlanta Ga., for a few days sidemble growth will be shown at the Immense quaniltles of green beans are Tllusvllle Pharmacy, 60cents and 100. UKAL: K8TATK DKALKRS,
'. E, P. Branch will go with them for fall term opening. Prof. Macy Is the going forward very day. Among the Trial bottle free. FLORIDA.)
'lilt to that charming: city right man In the right position. hugest shippers are J. Z Kyr.er. Wm.
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King. E.; 8 Los, 1'. L. Kyeer I',11j. Rob-
'on Geo. R. Lyon and charming
Several parties are being organized to
Pl'ta. II. K.: Masters, (1. E. Marsh J.., E.!: FLORIDA STATE HORTICULTURAL -
In e left on Thursday for their home in attend the May Day festivities at Cocoa.
+orri literati/ III. Mr and Mr. Lyon Launches and the., F. E. C. Rv. will be Cuyler II, A. Campbell and B. Cuyler. : SOCIETY- Percy G. Walton

ko life very pleasant In Melbourne utilized as a means of transportation A. M, 'lYrwIlllger made a flying tripto ,
mg!: the winter by entertaining their The old Oleander picnics have always this place Thursday his fine launch The next annual meeting of the Florida

cbnt ij friends royally In their handsome been gloat successes, and are looked and left\ the next day with 500 boxes of /State Horticultural Society will be f'
II.1 on the Bluff Riverside Cottage upon as belonging to the whole of Indian liiHclous Indian River/ oranges for toe held In Gainesville commencing on the t'\t.ov111o.: Fla. !

on their fine, large launch The River and Its people Ancient City sir Terwllllger will finish evening May 12 and continuing through
,
dips, Mav their summer cup of! his Immense orange crop s
[plneiis, be full, and we look forward Copies of the Cadet Adjutant have shaping. the 13th, Itih and l.Mh.
.;I.J I.. It i pleasure tu their return In the fail: come to hand. This bright newsy publication The horticultural Society will celebrate FIRE AND TORNADO w

Is tile work of the K. M. A: N. I. Mr*. Lillian .lirltton entertained the its glit birthday", at Gainesville, INSURANCE ;I
school holars number o'
Trouble cadets of Lyndon Ky., and Military Sunday tithe
Plenty of Park Eau Uallle. Fla, The first page :35 with aD faster egg hunt on flood Kil- aid: It Is hoped the membership on that I
y mend by stagnation of the liver and hasp fine view of Eau Halite's harbor day when nearly I ISO aullfu"y' oolorud date will exceed anything heretofore l lLOWEST

ifs To get rid of It, ,and hea'daohe and the landing I sage at Hodgson Bros. eggs; were hidden In the large fount yard The Gainesville people have promisedthe II RKLlAllLK!: COMPANIES. PKOMPT PAYMENT OF LOSSES ;
bl.'joueness, and the poison that of P. W. Roberta Alter they were nearlyall
. place of business itA TEIi. ACCIDENT POLICIES ISSUED./
member a good time and the meet
M jaundice tal.i Dr. KID s New found hot cream bunk and lemonadewas

i I'l'lllA, the reliable purl Hers that do St. John's Episcopal church ,t this served to the little onus who had log promise to be one ofJIIDulluallDter.1' :1 [O'1'OTL: :I30.A.1' 11VH'I-TIANO.ll: :
work without\ grinding or griping. point hOI boon presented with a complete had a most enjoyable afternoon eeL I

sots at Tltusvllle l'barmacl.Ueorglana. set of altar linen for the Holy Easter Sunday passed Into history and The'Society I II smtalned by a mem: MARINE AND FIRE. RATES ON APPLICATION.
This Is of the
Communion service. the church one baa Into the minds of the little one here as bersblp" fee of $1,00 and each member I III
valuable
presents
most none of the pleaiantest d;y* for a longtime entitled, of the of
to a proceeding
received for Home time. The altar copy Your Business Respectfully Solicited
The day ass beautiful and! the ,
cloths In this church are also very fine, night was one to be> long remembered.The the meeting. These reports are valuable ,
'. Capron and sister, of Lotus, were and are the gift of Mrs. I. U. Gilbert of church was decorated with large to any one Interested In the development Reference Indian! River" fetal Bank Tltusvllle, Fla. '

tag Dr. and Mrs. Chambers Thurs- Odesna, N. Y.Folny's festoons uf beautiful calla lilies, roses, of Florida. Whether you are able -. 1 1I 1T

, geraniums: violets, orange blossoms and to atu-nd or_>t, the H.OO( ) membership ; I
Orlno Laxative is best for wo too many other kinds of tljweri to m ,-
n.
, Lily bimm and Miss Lucilla mild action and fee Is well! Invested. You not only have
bey were callers at Mew men and children. Its ion' Mrs. Lillian: Itrlttsln bad cio-t appropiiate -
pleasant
I II I ci Hughes, Rogero and Hall on Monftornoon. pleasant taste makes it preferable to violent exercises for the children a:11: I Information tbereport will give, but TEEESe
II I purgatives such as pills, tablets the way U was carried out showed great It will give' help to the Society to meet I t
I etc. Cures constipation. TitusvillePharmacy. pains had been taken. A 0 Easter offerIng 1
I Dast
its necessary expense year It was .
.n Hose Stiller and her step-daught- of (3.0.1! : was taken up after the
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-DIDIr dips[ Malile.w8re: calling on Auntie or- clsea, for.the pastor,,:... F. 1'. necessary. fur some of the member to From Ocklawaba .Nurseries are lylV greatest satisfaction to our bun.

'lies and Miss Wlunifred Dixon, Monfteruoon. Fort Pierce.The The following was thin \ make a voluntary contribution to enable dredofiu.tumerslnKlorlda. They altta,.

splendidly carried onto -.Jarcb-by uer'l the Society to pay all of its expense It t grow, and t.he1.lw!')'. bear fruit true to name of variety.

...et.t ,B. Carter has gone to Key West Sunday school Scripture I II hoped this year there will be ufflclnnt

eb Mr, fi;Is i..nt's large first-class editor of the ADVOCATE has some Recitation Mrs. Britton, Henry Lord's U'nnell prayer) ; t''a.s, by reel funds. on Land to meet all this obligations : Some satisfactIon In this In P'011"' groves now, think of the futuie I
.t f '' ,
ihu N'rodha to have her
TilE SUCCESS OF YOUR INVEHTMKNT: :
u ''(d lout and land for sale on bt. Lucie River which tlon, five girls; l Uecln.ilon. Mitchell K."I !
pwpp pa1eted.rtbur will be sold cheap. He has no time tu zer; :Song snrli' rn., 'Huiiilfnl' ,.Ki> ; If you are Interested In the building) up depend on the tree you plant. MAKE NO MISTAKE. but coma to
SIlO 1111 left for: his home In St. Recitation Utn ll'nwl I; r.., .&'. '
pwL 'IRtiDe.' Tuesday, M", Shnms will look after It. In a few years this land I Higdon Ik.il!; Keel!..tlon, Estelle F.JI'i of Florida end 1.00 tnembeVshlp fee to Headquarters for Reliable Trees: S3.rr I'J.'Vtt.Vdon't '
"" several day longer until heror will be worth lour times aa much as Is nom; Clans] retiUlVu, the little r.Us; t'ue Mono. State -Horticultural Society 0Uf1

roturns from Key West now asked for It. Song and chorus, Tim Stone is 'Itailiug I and 1'11 will never regret doing so.VrtdrtM we replace them NO WHITE( FLY.

.row ''I1';"'" Allen the little son pf Mrs. Away; Recitation Irma MimI: Raclu E. O. Painter, Secretarv.Jack
.cu "Al'jn! got his band hurt badly left for Jacksonville Lion, Will FoUom; Rucltatlun, Ora Maa- sonville Fla. ADDRESS '
A. C. Dittmar ,
five childrenKaJtter
ten Clan" recitation
wn the ; 0. W. CONNER
huh, and the dock Prop'r.
body of to attend court. --------
""Mr Provost's Sunday Offering! a !glfj to 'ur pastori' I ,
dock
Tuesday Miss Miller of Jensen was a pleasant Recitation, Ethel Foisuti; Kong' sod lie dot What He Nt't.ded,
V Hall with the Lena and her rus, What the Flowei Say; K<. ;
dx visitor In town Wednesday "Nine years ago It looked a* If my TANGERINE, FLORIDA
1pa.ty, returned from bt. Augur llowaid MaitistKecltarlnu) O"t"I"rb..j! r \
time 1.111100111., saps al C. Farthing
inrdsy. Mr. and Mrs Arthur WI1II..enoard. of Eden, was a pleasant soon; Recitation Aleph Kyzir and of Mill Creek. Ind. Tr. "I was so rundown ; .. ... .- -. -. .
''me. of /M: Augustine accompanied visitor In town Wednesday Masters; Sung,,by buoday school j l : that life bung on a very slender

I''Irn79, 'Jr a visit with A B. Carter J. E. Hendrlr: Il'ft.laat week, for 'Cam. ology by all __ thrp""*". It was: then my dr'urgls' r-
to pa on a short visit to his parents. commend Klectrlo: Bitter I bought a East Coast Lumber & Supply Co.DKALKKH

:'f I- i lie Wethey, the charming The political pot I II beginning to boll Ifow'M Tlil. ? bottle ind I got w bat needed-strength. .
*r"f and I bud one foot In the b'lt ElectricBluers ,
arN our 'lormer merchant meet candidates: on grave:
and can Hundred Dollars
One Re :
Outer but now you We offer It b..ck turf again,
put IN
now of 8t Paul Minn., -
'king' her former schrol mates, eyery street corner ward foranyraseofCaarrl.'t )caODut ttttl I'v been well ;.1hh: ..." Hold .
el M!. Ie and hops and MIllS Messra. Hemming and D. T. McCartywere boo cured by Hall' Catarrh Cur. nn !" "" "intee by the Titusvll! Pt rmcy LUn:1.bor: dJ:: Du11d.:1n.g: : 71ntor1z: 1
s t ..It!"eld. Cart Initiated Monday night at the F. J. < T1KNUY! CO., Toledo, (\, Lou per liortla. Of ALL KINKS.
meeting of the Oddfellows. Vo. the updersleneJ, have known f. .... _
regular -- ---- --- -- -
r. lei Mr. A. L. ijruner and their J. t beney for the last 15: years, wl I* -VAKDH A'l
using daughter Miss Bethleft bore W. II. Jacksoo left for Jacksonville, hove\ him perfectly honorable fn all bn"l- 1(18 LINGER TTITUSVILLE
d attend the Grand Lodgeof COCO EAU JALLIE FORT PIERCE, WEST PALM UEA' IIW
esX for their new nome *n Cocoa. i Sunday Bight; to ness transactions and financially able lo ,
L IM, |'MriHughes: went with them Oddfellows which is still In cession. carry out any obligations made b' his are prepared to meet all fair mpetltlon on house order for ship_n }

';&j 's outing and a picnio dinner This section was Yisittd by a severehunderstorm firm WAU>I! O, SnrrAir A MARVIK direct from mill. i

ID D \II' house and heavy rain, Tcesday Wholesale J Drngglsu, Tole., (tr&.I1'1 Automobile ._ _. .. __ .1, ..__ .. .. _ .
''lib. which balled with deigut. Catarrh Car Is taken Inter-. tl o ,
a regular honae-gong night, everyone
acting directly' upon the blood an ..Isar
.''*)''1:1.: l>. G. Taylor, who has coot surfaces of the svsum. Teatli.oil W. E FAK: :=: ER:
wloter with br I':> afor Mrs. V' I. Trowell left, Sunday, for Amtell, she 1 seat free, Pries 7* itaalu per bil. .
Kniner left, Thursday, ber ,Ga V> ear. glad to bear. that be arrived, Hold by all drneglsts. FLORIDA.
D
>r Madlsonvllie Tenu. Mr.\ and trait be 'I in HIGH WHEELS TITUSVILLE .
wiling fairly well may g Take Hal'! *.FamllPUI, f9r connMr.atlud. -
::1. o.; N.Saturday for bs! home In a ..,oed, recovery.IUT. SOLID TIRES Tin: and: Shoo Iron: VD'orhior' : : ;:
Y.
Mr. and Mr. W. P. ---- --- : t
er ''t far their borne In Bedford, Dr. Moire held service In St. : TANKS OF ALL KINDS MADE TO ORDER!: f.

.Monday, Mrs\ Odell and her two Andrew'a eburcb Sunday. The Interior rayinf ana llauUrir. ST"'NDARDrREAD.. KOOFlNrt-TIN AND GALVANIZED 11:4.: ,: e

"OR: daughter, HlM EUubeLh was very pretttiydecoraeed attendance.by the ladles.The All kind of draylng and hail'leer 8375.00 BOAT PUMPS AND TANKS A SPECIALTY i
1r It, aDd Mr.. 'There[ was a very large and Up. t
cousin I
n Durbana a In the evening was a son service promptly attended to, and Hatifac.o> -o Dealer In :BICYCLES AND BICYCLE!: /SUNDRIV
Cell's, left service
: for lhlrtvnnston.
0 .'o Monday, the choir when all the hymn goat 041. teed. I W. P. !JI:'ERWOODI Port Pierce Fla. '
"V'V'orb-
by
III. MM, Canipbell Jones KKTTU.S Tltasvil. -9ronorL: 1 :rt.ODnl.r:
Iroaday in good style.
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:' LILIES. PEACH TREES. / D r : ',. .; V.',

August Budded Stock Finds Favor ,
(Two New Varlttios That Ar. Roaarde With Many Planters ,

With Favor. An Inquiry regarding tbe best timeto A9 \ .
The only Important hardy bulbil that bud peach trees elicited the follow.
' tore commonly offered In Hprlng/4re cer Ing replies, menu others as given In ?
lain ]lilies.]/ Iut there can be no quea- Ilural New Yorker '.
Ion that September and October are From middle of June to last of July r
I; the beat month for planting hardy lily la Georgia and Aug. SO:! to about Sept '
}ulba. All fly bull are,soft and sap 13: In Connecticut.-. II. ]Isle.
t>y. and they lone a treat deal of Ujtallty 'In Maryland. I
In the .Inter" It stored In a Two carefulmade! l:laU of both
fwarm/ dry place. An American cporlallst June and Anguftt build<*!! poach trees
i ( who grows Illy bulb CODIIIKT- by planting of same rarlctlcs of both '.4 Coast
daily( tell. me be tores them la moist. type of trees In same orchards show B B
xphagniiin moss wbkh, keeps them ed the following resultsThe smaller- : .
rom drying out, unys a writer, In theo Jane buds-started more promptly and -
Harden Magazine He declares that led In growth the first two years produced 1111,
more freely at fire years of Ago\ ;
than the standard or August budded t t'r /
trees. but at ten year their \\eor was d Ps
whelt| : while tbe standards were}at their Q
list a'id bore profitably after the others April 14th.
were exhausted.Vbere quick YL
bearing and a short lived orchard Is I.I ; ( .
desired I the Jane budded trees would
be preferable but here In this county
(Caroline), where peach trees of standard e Four Sailings Each Week .

years typo and bear even profitably longer (I up hare to an twenty Old. BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW i I

mlipu Free that Is fifty-seven years old

IL and has a fair sprinkling of fruit on It Calling at Charleston, S. C., bothways)
this year), the August budded trees are
largely In favor with well Informed The Finest Steamships in the Coastwise I, *
planters. To any one familiar with the -

operations of June budding It should Clyde New England and Southern Lines.,
be obvious without further explanationwhy : AGENT.;
the life of such a tree In shorter Direct Service Between
than that of the August budded tree.
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For my own planting the latter Is decidedly Jacksonville Boston, Providenceand all Eastern -

preferable., W. Kerr Maryland .
(Calling: at Charleston, 8. C., both ways)
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aEMI-WEERLY SAILINGS
.. .. from Lewis ':
House Plants. Northboand Hrrathbonnd::::.:::;:::::::::::::;:.:;;'::':::....''::::from foot'of Catherine Street ': :: ; ,
There are no plants that will bloom ) :
LIUUU BrWlOHOM, PAIL JlUUlltU. all the year round though some have : ;W. :

{ I mils! should Is lie a planted universal In the favorite.fall By All spring IllleaI a long period of blooming Plants thai Clyde St.: Johns River Line '
t I the fleshy bulb have loot tnuch of their bloom In summer will not usually ." \
i1 strength, and the root ar. dried up] bloom Jo winter,, and vice ersa. To BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND SANFORD '

poany of bla customer report success get an active growth of a plant atone Stopping*t r.l.U., Astor Ilereiford (IXiLand), and intermediate landings ItI
} (from ttprlng planting. Nevertheless time we must give It a correspondIng Bt.John* River "
(the only reason for planting Illlea Inthe period of Inactivity. Some plants, Steamers "CITY JACKSONVILLE" j

( Hiring U that you hate forgotten such as fuchsias petunias geraniums It appointed to sail M follows' Leave Jacksonville Rundajm Tuesdays and --- -- -
(to do so In the fall and It would be etc., we can have flower either In sum 01. Returning leave Banlotd Mondayi, Weilneidayi and Fridays, 10.00
lunwlae to rlRt| any large sum of money mer or winter provided we rest them Smut Round N : 2.
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Ion spring planted Illlea. at tbe alternate season. Other plants, Jtead down. CHEDULK
In this counectlon la given the following such es oleanders do not flower "well '. 31i 'j p': in. ... ... .................. lscksanellle ..... .. .... .... ... .... Use
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description of two good newlutes except In summer. To get the best leave Leave e"p.m. : .::::::--::::: ::: :::::'.::.Yal.tka.. .:::'.::::::::'::::..:::::..:. : : : ::::
foliage and flowers from a plant dor- 1_ ................ ....IIc..rordIlJeLand). ....... .... ....I..a..
of which Rural New Yorker U"." II (111 '. w.-.... ,....., ................Manrord .................,.......... _"'
itayt: ]Itwent explorations In the far log Its active season we roust make Ita pus 10 30... m. ........................Ent.erprl........ ................... 3rd, 1908.
__ *ast hue brought to light several meritorious rest as complete as possible. When aIllaot
122 W. St.
Passenger and Ticket Office, Bay ,
) show need of rest active
llllums/ new both to l botanical growth 3- ( ) more trove
fwd r
science and to horticulture.\ Chief of and flowering cease the leavesbegin K H.RAYMON'D, Yloe-PrealdeGeneral Manager, New York. two ((2))
!these U I.. henry the "yellow speclosum" to turn yellow. Some plants abed H.E MATKARn. R..T. M.. A. V.HAOKRTY, (I.
Intercut In this vigorous and their leaves entirely. To encourage Plr W 'N. R.,New Tnrk. 1'lxr M N. : minimum
1"aSCRORLEd. : F. M. IRONMo\OER:
ihandsrttue Hpuclea I* Increasing It" IK>- resting water should be !given la reduced AH .... ( ) cent,.
quantities and the plant net In L.P.305) 5 rfffcJackaonvllle JOliN r'RVDHKL T. the. public
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dng asked for lu quantities an large aa i ,.ha. Jackaonville. / :
p i5,000 bulba" for a tingle decorative a 1'001. dark limes as la a dry cellar. c. P.LOVELL, Agent,Jaokaonyllle, rl4! on the
!planting It ia needless. to say It la The plantj should be examlnl'd'occa. GENERAL OFFICKS norM, North River New York.
not on the market In such number alonally and just enough water, !given
1'lanters.rouHt still content themselves to keep the plant or bulb from drying :
with till*I One spt'cles by the dozen or ip entirely. Plants that are wanted Line R
hundred at good round price for even for summer blooming chould be cellarH WASTING STRENGTHWomen
Much limited quantities. or otherwise rented from October

Lllluin autcbeuenenne from.. moetern to April.! MASS.'r

,China, la bright and graceful
a very -- T, Q. WIITE. .
opecles of tbe tiger lily typo. The
(blooms are orange red with black-pur- THE COME AND SEE SIGN who suffer from unnecessary, General Passenger Age .

like spotting, and have rcflexed petal female will C. /
painful, weakening complaints,
: our native swamp lilies. It grow : :,
I tall, and the stems are heavily clothed Wine of Cardul Is a safe and pleasant remedy Coast Line,
with \try narrow leave It appear
to be entirely hardy, our trial bulb I their ills. It acts directly upon all the delicate, FLORIDA.
wintering perfectly with no protection
hint their earth covering. Though the tissues,' purifying the blood, throwing off the -

iblooma ..rv perhaps not no large, It 1*
and female disorders such
far more reflned and decorative In matter relieving as ,Lines
r .growth and appearance than any tiger
lily we, know. It will, doubtless become scanty, profuse. painful catamenia, prolapse, etc.

H great favorite when, It can be had In Also relieves headache, backache,
,quantity.. .
cramps,,dragging pains, nervousness, irritability, STEAMSHIPS :

POPULAR APPLE. If you need advice, write us a letter, telling steamships on tbe COlli!.

Handtome Market Variety Medium. your symptoms. We ,will send free advice (in -
ODth
Early and Very Salable. GUARANTEED
The N'st apple of It. season is generally sealed envelope Address: Ladies' Advisory to exceed the number bert
considered the large, showy This ntn in permanently attached Insurldg all Indlrldj
well flat owl Oravell teln. No other to the front of the main building of The Chattanooga.Medicine Co., Chattanooga, passenger'

} apple of the medium early class In a K. ,llnkham Jledicino
wire of n good market In eastern cities.F.ven etmpany, Lynn, Nasa. : LE EVERY FRIDAY
lu n year like ISM when other What I)OCM This Sign( Mean ? ALL DRUGGISTS SELL IT IN $1.00 BOTTLES"I ( Times-Union
early tllIl.1I'1'ro a drug lu the market .It means that public insjvction of ) I-
'. and unsalable nt any reasonable the laboratory and methotu of doing ALL POINTS XOR1H
bustnesefshoneetlydeetlrttItmeansthat
price fancy Gravenstetus were selling
In llostou at 75 cent a bushel. It I* there Is nothing about the bus. WROTE YOU WINE HAIL, through the .
neaa which is not "oi>en and above ."
/popular In foreign! markets also and
xmnl." tar xlvk*. and by following It nUklnf CA'Ra 0 I
nmkes u feature In the early export Lardul.' my Female Troublnwtrt 1
trade in apples. It means that permanent invita- rur4. ."-Mu. U.it. W"ll ". 'or full Information regarding<<
0 F
The tree Is much more vigorous ingrowth Ion is extended to anyone to come Layoce.All. JU ., tickets etc., apply' J
than the ordinary varieties and and verify any and all statements
( node in the advertisements of Lydia Passengef Agent,
t :B. linkham'H Vegetable Ibmptmnd.l JACKSONVILLE
J:4: It a purely vegetable compound -
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made from roots and herba-without .A..LTO J -
druga ? .
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Come[ and See.Di :RD
.ft' )the omen of America continually ,
f
IIII line aa much of it as we are told ?
Gene and See. -SELF-LOCKING. .
Was tbt'1'e'er such a person as
Lydia R llnkham, and ia there any PINES. RALEISI1, KICJ
I Mrs. I'mkhaiu now to Mlioiu sick PlIIA. NEW YORK

,.+ woman are asked to write? .
Come and See. T.A..OXLE
I< the vast private correspondence Dallj .
with sick viineu conducted by Seaboard Mail
wI1Ueuonly.and are the letters kept
strictly confidential ? T Limited.
Jonio and See. J3
,.OHAVKNSTBIM.. have they J't1811y.got letters from f-
when lu bliM>m Is remarkably beautiful over one million, one hundred !t :\ .+

t with Its extraordinary site, pure thousand women correspijndents f E
i white blossoms, hardy and fairly pro Come and Sec Is a new and great Invention, as it saves time, money and labor It LUIITED.
ductive. Have they proof that Lydia E.ilnkham'w lorlmonUlly, upside down or at any angle.! It la Impossible for tbe aDd Jacksonville toee T

The fruit la large to very large The I Vegetable Compound has when looked, and DO lever or trigger rope attachment la used In ( carte. service). Double 11 II'
sample photographed for the Illustration cufvd thousands of these women? There I. only one botstlower and lock the load and It la Impossible for Lena St. Augustine
Come[ aJ1d. t"('.
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t by the wee Ontario three department Inches long of agriculture by ThU advertisement is only for Jam or chafe, and there la nothing to get out of order In this original Sunday

doubters. The great I\rmyof women May be seen at the ADvocATe office, Tltuavllle; and are for sale
three and three-quartera broad; form Aieot
oblate conical, somewhat one aided who know from their own personal antlo Supply.Co., Boat nay street, Jacksonville, Fla. call oa any I
$_ lens aklu experience that no medicine in the C .
and more or pentagonal; : ,
greenish yellow to orange beautifullyatrlpigl world equals Lydia K: llnkharn's JACKSONVILLE FLOro l
Vegetable ComllO\mlt for female ills
shades
and splashed with two
will stilt on using and being ben. J
of red stem stout, about one-half Inch go

i, calyx In .length: ;partially, net la closed"dl'p.; wide narrow long cavity segiueut -;, efited akebe suffering by taught it woman: but confidence the must poor, for doubting her healso own, "Walton Self-Locking Block. THE ADYOi :

net In a wide Irregular alight, :
might Just aa well regain her health. 404 Atlantle Avenue
'I ly russet basin.-American Cultivator BOSTON, OF JOB PRINTING.


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BAST COAST ADVOCATED TITU8VIIJUE, n.&; APRIL 21, ".B. l''

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JACKSONVILLE No one, for Instance, has yet succeeded NKW YOKK.

THE SQUARE ROOT OF 2 2No lu extracting, the square root of 2, r \

Travelers Hotel although Pro W. IL Colvlll. a civil surgeon .
ytr e JACKSONVILLE, FLA.On of Ragdad succeeded !In working ,
Hotel
I the American and European!: Plan- It out to no fewer than 110 placesof I Marlborough 'j ij
Under new management Newly furnished and renovated. A pleasant One Has Yet Succeeded In decimal, and, moreover, h's! titanic ;

fimlly. bora. Kates: American Plan, *:i.OO and ,2 SO; blMta< It sum has been proved to be absolutely I',
I Extracting Accurately. 30th\ and 37tli Streets New York
aDd up. All cars fon Union Station stop at the doorT correct, 110 far as It goes. 11ere Is tbe Broadway,

H. W. HANCOCK, Proprietor. result In case some reader should be Completely Renovated and transformed In every (department Moat cen.

he beautifully located Riverside Hot 1, at Green Cove: Springs, Is under the SOME IMPOSSIBLE PROBLEMS seized: with an irresistible desire to trally located hotel on Broadway. ELECTRIC LIGHTS and TELEPHONE! j'

same : carry It a stage or two further: In every room In the house, .

trot: :ray actan+catta a 4'OOO\I: \vac! tstirraerrratte : and
.. EUROPEAN PLAN. 400 Rooms. :200 bath rooms. Rates: $1.60 upward .
tlir.s9'lIi3:41't:411210'lOOII34.127a.; : ; Tr.3i:
JACKSONVILLE Th. Effort to Cultivate a Blue Rose, 01&MS3.Undoubtedly.+ without bath tl and upward with bath. Parlor, bedroom..and bath 13 '!: i

|be Ii e Everett Hotel the Starch For Absolute Zero, the however of nil the noV and upward. Parlor, two bedroom and bath tl: and upward ';\i iSWEENEYTIERNEY : '

) FLORIDA.Florida's Perpttusl Motion Phantom and the admittedly unsolvable tlIlllN problems
COMPANY
Squaring of Jhe Clrel which have from Unto to time occupied HOTEL : f
\ E. M, T1KRNKY, Manager. :
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I There died In the your 1002: Largest Hotel .
European most fatuous Is that generally knownas
Felix\ a imall village in the depart'went :;
of Haute Garonne lu France: M squaring the circle. The time and The OltlMt K .Mlihwl drain sod Bond Hon e la the BUM

Private| Bath. Hamplrf L1'be Hooms. Long Distance Phones In Every lloom. wealthy octogenarian horticulturist, gone energy by thrown are simply away mating upon It .\In Dutch days jj

Best of Service. who spent the last forty-the of
Drears professor, Jacob l1al't'elill hy name ':
OEO. H. MA.SOX, Manager his life and a um variously l estimated worked at It for fotty-three years and I ::: : l t

at from 12000: to 15.0OO: In attempt. cargo at last to the conclusion lint: the
if"I:

ST. AUGUSTIXK. tuff a blue to produce rose. by artlflclnl cultivation circumference exactly\ contained the dliimeter ,

He failed and for the best of re1801l11the 10(18U9Ol( tutlasst: 'tstwl&RD18aGa3tu6191Oe319.71re }

task la one Impossible of accomplishment S I
): MIttS. ,
yon 6UTJDTn6oI As lie Caudolle. a great authority times. Ho was wrong Another notable 81'081 ulln... MOo 2iMl: KastHay 8tioet, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.fnUlomm j.

on this subject, baa pointed out
computer one Ludolph van Ceulen' lI'r< fellow and blue aro tho fundamental: continued bin calculations as long as he !
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types of color In flown, and these cool: lived and at his death had the result r

(ITEPOSTOFF SaIEm aJl ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA ors are antagonistic, mutually exclud Inscribed on tile. tombstone\ at Bt Pe \

Mot (\t'nlra11..UOD In the fHj. Mtrlrtlr fireproof. Klitr One room wellfurnished. lug each other Yellow by culture may i ter's (church Lcydeu. & Baker ':
Honirt oulr. Oven November to June. Ailrireu as i.bov. be ('hllllltt..llnt red or white, but never Yet a third enthusiast worked out the McMurray I

calculation to more than TOO pbnrnx of
I
Into blue On the other baud blue
decimals stud even then did not get so I'f
/ Mill\ Into red but Into 4Ot-4ti: Hast Street Jncksonvllle Florhln,
)tel Granada ST. AUGUSTINE, FIORIDA. pass never yet: near as Peter Metlua who guessed at lay ,
low. \\e baTe a yellow rose; hence
latter
This 6wntll'l11an
bill answer. lucky -Makers and Jobbers of- Ii
Under ne a ownership and management Directly facing main entrance of there there la DO blue. asserted that the dlnmeter la to C
de Leon, During the past season fiO.OOO()( has been spent In Improvements The pursuit of the absolute cero polo. theclreumferenceasI13isto8aS.; This

illc and pilvate Jbaths. CuUlne and service unsurpassed. All amusements. Is to chemists what: the discovery. of Is so nearly right/ that the error wouldbe Vehicles Harness Carriage and Wagon Material ::1:
dry $12.50 week
V) ,
M, H per ; per up. Accommodations for 175. Now
open.( ,
I: with ,
Is circle
meet all trains. White lerwct'S./ THOMAS PENNA, Proprietors the north pole to geographers "er loan than "it foot In a a 1 f
since Fahrenheit lu 1TJI: broached the I 2,000 mile radrua. ;
Saddlery Rubber Tires. } t
-- problem scientists Innuniernble have I'or a long time this approximation I

DAYTONA III:ACII.W striven to reach the goal In vain 01.I I was as near as any one got, but In 18t3 First-Class Repairing1 and Painting, Etc. Etc. f uMn11513y

though each In turn tins succeeded In a lady mathematician went one better ,_
Inn outdistancing the other. Here Is her formula 'From three dlameters '!
Seaside DAVTONA UEACII, FLORIDA.Good '
Thus rahrenhelt boasted that no one deduct eight thousandths amid : nob.1.n.orY': OOD:1pn1Y: J ;1

could ever attain artificially to a seven inllllontbs of n diameter and to long \1)Ietance'1'hnne 67UJACKSOVV1I.LK Y9: teem Street. '

Fishing and Surf Uithing. Rates: 12.50 per day and up. greater degree of told than ho producod the result add B per cent" V\4 have I FLORIDA 1
:(
Also furnished cottages for rent for housekeeping. with salt niiil Ice seven degrees I below then not quite enough but the shortage roKTAULH and HTATIOVAUV :
eero-although, of course, bo did not II only at tbe rate. of about an Inch ,:1'
t IIOIl ICE F. STEWART, OWDer.I suppose that cold ended there Yet and a sixteenth of an Inch hi 14,000 ENGINES! and ItOILKHS. :' '

--- within a few years of hU. death over miles Finally, an Englishman\ named I SAW MILI, WOOD TVOKK1NUMACIIIXEUV s ;
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1 N1.1V SJI'IINA.can 100 degrees below had been obtained, I Shanks succeeded iu reducing by more and sUl'l'LIES. .':/ U'

and Professor James Dewar whose researches than one-half even thin well nigh Infinitesimal Complete linn onrrlod In stock,- .. /
.
In the field of low tempera error and there for thepresent S '.
Q, Liberal terms Write for Catalogue I ,r
House NEW SMYRNA, FLORIDA. tures have brought out so many new the matter rests.It '. Hute Agenta for the Olds Gas and a
.
and startling facts succeeded by coolIng may be of Interest to note, however m- Oasollne, Knglnes.Address ,
down the rate gas helium by the' that some I little while I pack, a manmade J
above
Open all tbe year. Accommodates 100. Overlooking Indian River oommnnloatlons as y
aid of liquefied! < hydrogen/ lu reKlitteilng a great hubl\b. la London because
Table service the be<>t. Rooms single or en suite, with private bath, the almost Inconceivable temperature lie had not obtained the reward 2VE .A.OXEXJSTmrl.Y': : : a ..1 I

For/aies call on or address FRANK W. SAME, Proprietor. of 42.J: degrees below zero F, Hut thin. which be alleged had been offered! for ._- tI-

Is not absolute zero and the problem' the Itecovery! of tho correct solution,

remains unftohed alth/l;b lie Indued. to hate arrived at
TITUS17LL1Lji THE GOOD OLD SUMMER TIME
Hero and there, In odd corners of the It, I rye| said he did It by nctnnl measurement. $2.15 .

earth gray tent men still pore over and It was found on' Investigation r-"s.w. IS WHEN YOU NErD I Irw.a

ji crucibles seeking the philosopher's, that he had constructed a box sos.r. -

Sterling TITUSVILLE FLORIDA. Ktonethat mysterious and wonderful wood.disk of twelve Inches In diameterwblcli '=r I PORCH CHAIRS ,
substance which will they believe ho rolled along a straight rail

when found change the baser metals The man was a Joiner by' trade and evidently
We haw over, 1.QUO Porch Chain on ...Ie'WAf
Into gold. It never will be found, of knew well what he was nlxMit .
-! yea FACTORY; 1'0'ou-
course. for such a substance, In the i when ho { for his answer,
,
nature of things, CAn have no concrete 3.140025.: Is wroukby less' than ono In -I a..wA.ss..**, aviswl,,H 1.11-nM.! iwu>,..-e--------.. .f.aa... r, rr..a
?F existence.! Nevertheless for hundredsof 3,OOO.-Pea i'son's \\eekly. t n.A .._ ,,m, Fn. w p". a..
1---- we.e.e.CO.nrFLORIDA
i rr years the best brains and keenest I
: t intellects lu Christendom sought It I A Common Mlntuku CHAIR FACTORY "':' "gin"

4"a early and late. I

Nor were their labors wholly wasted, I Many women mistake kidney and blsd-. .
der troubles for some IrreKiilailry" poou-
for It vai! while searching/ for thin i
liar; l I" the sex. Koley's Kidney Kemudy
that Itottcher stumbled
mythical treasure I ooriecta IncKuUiltle/ and makes. women
on the secret of the manufactureof well. Mint r rrle I lard In, bowling THEY 1
ponelnln; Roger Uucon on that of (keen, Ky., wilttn: "I snlTeied! much ARMOUR FERTILIZERS d
the composition of gunpowder; fleber pain fiom Kidney and bladder tfoublo

on the properties\ of acids; Van Hel I until I Matted tonne Koley's<< Kidney
mont on tho nature of gas and IHf Kctnedv. The flnt bottle gave me great
1 dlanbcr on tho "gaits which bear his relief' and after taking the second' bottleI arc made from highest quality
ll 'IW" iqj well.?'
was entirely+ 'lltusvllla l'lar--
t r name. After a similar fmhlon, too, GROW

I I I ( the three century long hunt for the macy. animal which "'
+ j 1{ .. + i it'a products, arc everywhere
> Jr' elixir of life bequeathed> to us a whole

M1 .114 iet host of valuable remedial drugs/ and Chsmleal.Iu known to be tho best '
the Indirectly of saving: or,
was means Prestbury\ churchyard( near Maccleg I

Conveniently located clone to F. E C. Rv. depot, at ell events, prolonging literally. millions field. KiiKtnnd, may JI>e found the.I forms food. Use them v
In the famous INDIAN RIVER OKANOE !SECTIOV.: of lives. following epitaph on a chemist: BIG ofplant:
I th This house Is practically new, having been enllrulv rebuilt, So also' as the result of the valu a .
.
TVIIllft's ..en many more rooms added, piazzas erected. and all modern conveniences search after perpetual motion thero Well never 'ix Mm more and your crops will grow bet-

,id' I Installed, and has been was evolved the greatest of all the generalizations It* thought to drink ot. ll'U,

-iCQMPLETELY HE-Ii'UR.'HSUED-l] of modern physical scl _':?w a.. -1I'80". ter, and your pocketbook grow Y"

Accommodations for twenty. Hates: $2.50 a day and up. once the principle of the conservation CROPS

Special weekly) .,,and monthly rates of,energy, and< even now tnoro or 'le/t The flood fa Tho Life." fatter than ever before.MANUFACTURED .
r. Q. WALTON, Propr. Important discoveries are being constantly

stumbled on by seekers after Sclnnca has never gone beyond the
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the same perennial will-o'-the-wlsp\ above simple' statement of acrtpturn. Hut
SANrOUI). It baa IHumlnahxl that statement and
be Imagined
I'or let It by no means IN ItTac
given It it meaning' tvtr broadening, with
that the perpetual motion cranks are
the I Increasing breadth of knowledge./
nil dead and gone. On the contrary When the blood Is "bad" It coz-s.vill Fla.
or Impure :: : : -
8AXFOID, they are probably fully as numerous la not alone the body which suffers ,
: he Sanford House and as mingi'lno/ ') today as they were In through disease. The brain Is also

FLORIDA. the time of Lelbnltc or Newton. clouded,*tit* mind and Judgement are

Of course the thing Is Impossible and hS ected,an YI I lias been proved so over and over the //rht ectly traced to tbe \

Under tbe management of .1 J r alC tln, but that does not deter them. Imp cube _Foul._ _''mrl1l.bIOO_ _!! I
_ Only the other day a man turned up can b* mirln fare by '" 211 West Bay St. -P. O. Itox 401- JACKSONVILLE FLA.
HARRY P. DRIVER, at the office of a well known parent Plerr"'e !)olden !ledlrel lll.rovery,.
:
agent with a model of a perpetual mo curls ,r1 niul ennui,.. the )lovJ there y ,1. .f.
AVJLLIAMH, Proprietor,
late assistant manager of San Juan Hotel, Orlando, Florida.. tlon machine which depended for Its curing, pimples, blotches, eruption and ft

\ proper working; upon the Interceptionof other cutaneous affections, as eczema! -.... '
gravitational attraction. Utter or aalt rheum' hive and other \
Tbe' principle of the Invention the manifestation of Impure blood CASE (jOOD3-KXPKIC38< PAID.DKSO1O 8PECIALOKFKU.. [ If

C Inventor was good enough to explain; 9 9 9 RYE. Id It brook Whiskey In ilrumn-Dlull.l\ryHottllntC.
: DUCK FISHING(
J\, SHOOTING. was simplicityItself., The only thing In the cur of scrofulous swellings, enlarged 4 Fill guar a . . . . | fl (00 100 Pint In drum. Kiprens. .. Collect.. . .|TI 00
all t linen.1X that remained to be done, he Ingenuously ,laMIOJl'l'I1' eating ulcers, or oldIOJ'f'I. 8 . . 7 (l"0It "
MOTOR and FISHING BOATS at the'Golden Medical Discovery .. 200 lUlf pints la drum . . al I no
. 1J 7
remarked] was to find the proper Mold .
Will break
only by drum not dam
RATES\ : ) and Special weekly atH ontbly. material for an Interceptor. Is It PUH- performed the most marvelous cures. Incases U" M freight 1,1.:1, ): (00 v
up. of old sores,or open eating ulcers,' OLD HOMKSTlfiAD: CORN WHlSKtSY.
ilble to conceive of human folly going I WM.MAMS NO. 10 IIYK.:: ,
11 Is well to apply to the open lore Dr. 1 paid . .$ 2110(
further than this I rierge'a All-Healing Halve, which poet 4 Full Quarts . . .<. f 3 20 gallon Jug, express ,

Among mathematicians the two most I t susses wonderful healing potency when O .. . . . 4r.o COnNWnrMKEYtzprea"Colletu

IIINAIItSONVILLI.' N. c. ._" famous unsolvable problems, are the used as an application to the sores In con- . . . 0 (011 Hocky Fork, per bottle I . . 'I I <;OItockyt

trisect! Ion of the angle and the duplication Junction with the use of"Golden Medical OLD HALIFAX RYE Fork, hercaae, . . . .lir Oil

of the cube. !Men have tolled I Discovery a blood cleansing coniUtutlotul 4 Full Quart' 1, ."' $ 4 20 N. O. White and Jug . II. 8 A
: 8ItuatedoD'bSuDJmllo'tbe nt one or tbo other, sometimes at both. treatment If your druggist 0 / :. .". . II (XIIt N.O;.Wblte, better . . I HI 1
ENDERSONYILLE N. C of these for fifteen twenty, thirty' don't happen to have the 'All\ -liealing to II . . 1J Wl N. 0. White, flns-------------- ? a>> rUiNV.tOU'rH r-:: i
T. ,, BLUE RIDGE )lOU T1IIlS years, only to retire at last baffled and t,I Ealve" In stock,you can easily procure It RYE LanrelValley Corn, . ,'. .n. I
,. beabn. Their calculations dtul. methods by Inclosing flfty-fmir cents In postage
3 /, of work have lu Instances I t I tamp td Dr. R. V 1'lerce,1I63 Main Mt, 4 Full Quirts .-. . . 3 71 RYE WlHSKEY-Epre Collect ?
many but tho i, Bnffato. N. y", and It will, come to you by 11" . . ., . 4 (0) Per (,lf-If'l "i
IMO: FEET ABOV3 SEA LEVEL. been published to the world I return post. Most druggists keep It M 12" . . .8 W Copper DUtllleJ and Jug V r W
subject Is too abstruse to attempt to I well a* the -Golden Medical Discovery." 3'1 l Pints. ,. . It Oi+ Queen City . . Jif I IYELT.OWSToNE
do more than merely touch.upon It In II I H"tuny Mouth . . . V 6OKynMslt
0 a < *
i popular article of this kind. I BOUnBOV, . "', . rt I" ,
of unknown comjxntUlim a* a> snhiitltuta . ., . 11 00
al':P" Jacksonville direct. Excellent trout fishing In theme find that figures. Just plain, : CaM i i Ombolt, ,1 4 Oil
from even '
Fla. ti '
>
II: lor"Go'dl'b' Medical Discovery,"which I.I la
: :
Klrh IIIll : : : :: : : 00
aID *tr afus, rising and driving and a hotel that I modern. electrlo ordinary arithmetical figures such as 1 I a medicine or KDOWN' COMPOSITIOS, OLI llOOXR-.Eipt Collect. ,
G" Otis and"culnlne 1 and service that pleases. T .a secvV SIre easily understandable by any mod having a complete list of ingredients In Bottled In bond. by the U. A Oo'n>'t. Planter------------.t UOldJtaone "
elevator, i I I . . ,, .
1 Full Quart ... ,. .1 1 ?1 '
;iiol have Iflv.n.rlJleto
t1 OF board boy, .
3 'If *tern North Carolina Is pronounced the SWITZERLAND ,IAMtC. era qulle'.1 Incapable of sola-1 plain English on It* bottle-wrapper, the 12 If ,* 4/ :. . .1200 WIlIT"m*.VrtrateSeal.t 1., .f.>
problems I mime bring attested correct sunder' oa th. ,
:: address '"
\. ,
For rates, reservation, etc., '
of' ,
wt
of those
tlon as any springing Dr. Plerce's Pleaaant VetlAts regulate ORDER-
-SEND US A TRIAL ,
, V7M. UE\VIT1', Manager Hotel Gates, I1EVDERSQNVILLE, X. C. the higher mathematics. aDd invigorate stomach,liver and boweU

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8 EAST! COAST ADVOCATE,TTTUSVILLE. FLA. APRIL 24, 1908. s t


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A 'fI1M Ir #4 fi tth +i 1of M#+f +f +)#!f rfX + EASTERN STAR. at 2 p. m. and continued nntlH:30: when I

WHIT FOR CATALOOiJE, F Mr. George F. Smith on behalf of Live B. Walker &

ILLUSTRATING GIFT-GIVING GOODS, Meeting of the Grand Chapterat Oat Chapter: No. 5, Invited all visitor John Co J

Iaytolla. to take a drive" to the ocean beach and

Diamonds Clocks, *J this week through beautiful Daytona, and, as far
Daytona was' quite gay on
Watchea, Cut Glass, editor could see, all
>. Blogs Plne, -- 4 Silver Tea betsj account of the Fourth Annual Session of at tbe ADVOCATE of this liberal except -THE. DEPARTMENT STOKE- !,

Brooc es SlUer Flatware + the Grand Chapter of Florida, Order of took advantage f ,
Chains Toilet Articles about six. It toot quite a line of I
\
Fobs, Eastern Star. This Order convened on CARRIES_ A FULL.LINE OFClot3a.i3a.gr
Lockets, 1 Hand-Painted carriages and horses to accommodate 10
I1H47 Tuesday and Wednesday, but It was preceded
Crosses, China but Mr. Smith was equal '
large party, "
Charms, .....: sot Rogers' on Monday nlgbt by a grand reception
Buckles, Plated ware. at Hotel Despland attended by to the occasion, and had a place for everyone wry: G-ooa

Bracelets sect t M 1gp k about 109 ladles and gentlemen. Referring The weather was bright and lovely, ,

all kinds of 4uO1'rtee fret HuekUN t.M* 4Illus. e to the reception tbe Halifax Journal"YI and all spoke In high terms of the beautiful Notions, Millinery, Shoes. Gents' Furnishings Etc We represent\ ) oft I

me Jewcry! --- -_ ?'B site f : scenery of Daytona and tbe ocean largest and best Tallor-Made C'.otblng House In Amer""''..

beach. The party returned to the De
of TbeDespUnd.
"The large reception room ,
where" the reception wts spIced about 0:15: p. m, fuss In time for :Furniture' :

was handsomely decorated wltb djnner. ,

1 JKWKLKK ILVKK8MITIIH. Forming a very attractive beld.l Tbe session was continued Wednesday
tbe of handsomely gowned House and Office Furniture of all Kinds and Description.
i 41 West Bay St. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.Satlafactery who bevy assembled here and therein evening, by the Installing of the officers \

Guaranteed. We Prepay all Forwarding Charges groups, chatting merrily, stopping for the ensuing year, and Grand Marsbtl 2ardwa7.e

********************** ********************* and then to greet some new arrival or Mary E. Robbins, of Tltusvllle, "did herself :: ,
partake of the refreshments served from
proud" on this occasion Mr. Robbins -
-- -- -- -- --- a neat little table, presided over by Mrs, I Sbelf Hardware; Ship
arrived from Jacksonville that nightto A Full Line of Heavy and Chandlery, Hunters SuppU
MARRIED AT ROCKLED&E George Smith of Daytonaand Mrs Jennie needed the FIberman.Grocer5.es. .
Robbins & Graham Co. Head, of Key West assisted by our be Installed with the rest of those Everything by

worthy brother scribe Chas II. Walton I elected.
The beautiful hone of Ez
-Senator ana while
of Tltusvllle, Fla., In another part the session It decided that :
During was
(Incorporated.)
and- Mrs. GaMner S. flardee, at Rock- of tbe room Past Grand Matron Mrs. ,

PAID UP CAPITAL $26,000.00Thlscompany ledge, was the scene of an Impressive Mary H Weeks, of Pensacola. Fla., sold l Jacksonville' be the permanent meeting

owns ceremonial, Wednesday morning, when some elaborately 1 decorated handkerchiefs place of the Order of the Eastern Star, A Full and Complete Stock of Staple and Fancy Groceilet.
emb'azoned with familiar scenes decision the big
one reason for this being
:LtAN, :3D S, their charming and talented daughter, of Florida's beautiful cities, made by expense of railroad traveling from one
Miss Grace Stuart, was' married to Mr. Mrs. O. J. F. Campbell of Melbourne
I .' the end of Florida to the other Send order and have all your need* filled at once. A trial will
m Indian Rivet Country; On the St.Lncle John Arnold Flske. Fie The proceeds of this sale Is being your ct
Masonic Ihere Interesting Items vince of the saving both In money and trouble, made by
River; at New River and on Bay Dean Robottom used the beautiful devoted towards building a were many you great ordering
I Home In this state, Mrs. Weeks being and events In connection with tbe meeting your merchandise from THE DEPARTMENT STORE
a"" Biscayne Prices to suit the times marriage ritual of the Episcopal church., tbe chairman of the building fund. of the Grand Chapter we would like
In the of adistlngulabed gathering
presence convened In Ma-
Send for Land List. of relatives and friends The Grand Chapter to publish, but as we go to press at 7:30: .................................................
Offices at Tltusvllle and Miami Fla. sonic Hall at 10 a. m, Tuesday, when carious Friday morning time wjll not permit usgiving
The large, spacious Interior of Mr. business connected with tbe Orderwas H. G. UTLBV.Gonersl Manager. lla E. R. BLAKIWOODRegis; DruKglat.i .

Ilardee's borne was beautifully decorated transacted. a longer report.

East Coast Meat MarketG. with roses and trailing vines-the In the evening, Live Oak Chapter, No. Tbe Grand Matron,, Mrs. Nettle V.
Turner, of New Smyrna, was highly complimented
officiating clergyman, with the bride 8, met for the purpose of conferring degrees TITUSVILLEPHARMAGY
f< excellent work she did |
and groom standing beneath a bower of Mrs. J. W. Shield and Mrs. tear
F. DUREN, Agent. \ lli upon during the ; and so, also, was Mrs ,
sweet-smelling !>wers, while the service W. J, Morgan, of Daytona, who went
H. C. Heath, of Holly Hill, the worthy
., was said. through tbe ordeal beautifully. Tbe (Successors to the Red Cross Pharmacy)
Matron of Live Oak Chapter, No. 5, who i
A delicious breakfast
followed ,
p the
s: work of the nay tonk Chapter was fullyxeropllfled
presided at the pianoforte during the
S.
:: .
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FLORIDA
ceremony.Mr.
eAC .: and the floor parade was i TITUSVILLE -
p.o Fluke has had a beautiful concrete session.
: done so well that those who took put In
: house built near the bank of the Indian It were, enthusiastically applauded by Tbe n. I'y-l'leoted Grand Matron, Mrs --.V Complete Stock of-

at River, directly across from the Episcopal Jeannette E. Gretber, of Jacklon..llle,11
the audience. The Chapter
church where he will take his brideon 'large room an excellent choice of the Order and she
vas beautifully decorated with roses, PURE DRUGS AND DRUGGISTS SUNDRIES
elected thus
was unanimously showing
=E their return from a short honeymoon lilies and other /flowers and palms. E'

e=: trip to New York. This was followed by an elegant ban her popularity. : (t Prescriptions Filled with' the
Mr.' Flake Is Among the officers, delegates and visitors
) 1=1 well anti favorably known
In the Masonic room which
quet dining to the Grand Chapter convention : Utmost Care and .Promptltude-:1:
of .
as one Cocoa's most successful
I 5"1I = mer was done ample justice to by all present, .
who registered at the Despland hotel
I TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA chants able and; and affable socially gentleman-one, as a most of agree-sterlIng and thoroughly appreciated. were the following: i WE WAIT"YOUR TRADE GIVE US A TRIAL ORDER.
devoted
to
Wednesday morning was
Mrs, Nettle V. Turner, New, Smyrna,
'Wort '. the election of officers for tbe ensuing/ ......NN......N.N............. N..........1"
.! Mrs. Flake (the bride) Is a lady of delightful year, and the transaction of other business grand matron; Mr. John W. Slneatb.,
yt Jacksonville' grand patron; Mrs. Jean.E.
personality, who, by ber lovely pertaining to the Order The fol.
disposition makes friends wherever she Gretber associate grand matron; Mr.
lowing were elected to fill various offices:
Bobbins Titusville Lumber CoARE
Geo. M. Tltusvllle, associate :
goes Mrs;Jeannette E. Gretber, Grand Ma-
The ADVOCATE joins tbe host of tron Jacksonville. grand patron; Mr, Arthur If. Carter,

friends of the f Holly Hill, grand secretary; Mrs AliceE.
happy pair, In wishing .
Geo. M. Robbins, Grand Patron, Tiusvllle.
them a long life of connubial bliss and Robbins, Sanford, grand treasurer; NOW SELLING /

w. and prosperity.One Mrs A. H. Carter Holly mil, grand
Mrs Orpba D. Bruce, Associate Grand .
chaplain; Mrs. Mary E. Robbins, Tltusvllle

Matron, Tampa. grand marshal; Mrs II. C. Heatb,
nKI of our Cocoa correspondents, after Henry W. Davis, Assistant Grind Pa. LUMBERAT
Holly Hill, grand organist; Miss A,
the above In sends tree St. Augustine.
,
i was type, us the
Carrutbers, acting grand Adah; Mrs. .
following report of the wedding; Arthur 11. Carter, Secretary, Holly
at i"" Mary McCarthy New Smyrna, grand
I Qt'S Hill.
U One of the loveliest weddings ever Mrs Marie S. Weeks, Treasurer, Pen. Ruth; Mrs. Cora R. Franz, grand Esther; THE FOLLOWING PRICE
seen at Rookledge was that which took Mrs Nellie Reed grand Electa Mr.
aoola.. ; framing, dressed four sides . . . . Ilk
place on Wednesday, April 22nd, 1008, Margaret L. Campbell Melbourne
7r at. the home of Ea Sirs Mrs 'Cora K. Franz Conductress, grand B. Flooring, Ceiling and Siding . . . . : ENo.
. -Senator and G. warder Mr. E. M, Savage Eustls grand
< i youngest daughter
F Mary E. Robbins, Assistant Grand sentinel; Mrs. Orpha D. Bruce, grand to
Miss >.To. 2, Common Flooring, Ceiling and .: .
Grace Stuart Ilardee
became .
conductress
Conductress Tltusvllle. ; Mrs. Nettle Waite, associate '
,
Door and Window Casing and Finishing Material dressed four sides 20
the bride ,
of Kr. John Arnold Flake grand conductress and others whose
Promptly at 10:30 the bridal Dosing! the morning session ; Sheathing, dressed one side . . . : . 10''
You will not make a mistake by try : a. m. names tbe AnvocATB editor failed to
leg the above brand of Wblskej-It lithe party entered the parlor, preceded by a A VOTIC OP THANKS WAS GIVEN. learn. F. O. B, CARS TITUSVILLE FLA.PROMPT SHIPMENT.

grandest for tbe money. sister of the bride to be, Mrs T. .T. non We, :your committee, on the part of Among others present at the convene T ...
the Grand
]
Chapter of the Order of tbe
HANNE BROS., aid, as matron of honor, followed by the Eastern Star, present the following as a tion, we noticed Mrs. Guy R. Pride, of D. II. SPELL. DR. J. C. SPELL; Reglsred Pb rn cl

"' Jacksonville, Florida. bride, a perfect picture of maiden loveIness mall mark of appreciation for tbe Jacksonville; Mr. and Dire II. W. Davis

1 ,' Complete Price List for the Asking. leaning OQ the arm of her father. ourtesles extended this grand body many: Mrs. George A. Miller !(r, A. L. Hunt, Banner DrugStore..

They were met at a beautifullyImprovised St. Mrs. .
N.
We desire to heartily thank Live. Oak: Augustine; M. Barney, Miami
" altar by the groom and his best man, No. ft ; Mr. and.Mrs. John R. Walker and TirUSVILLE, FLORIDA.
Cb"pter, Daytona, as whole, for
Mr, Louis Andrews
the acts of kindness and Mr. Charles Walton, Tltusvllle; Mrs. Toilet Articles Etc
i fr) many care Perfumery Stationery
The ,
r Impressive Episcopal ceremony shown to the visitors from other Chap- J. F. Welborne, DeLand; Mrs. Marlon : ,
was performed by Dean Percy J. Robot- B. Reed
t ten, for the. splendid ''entertainment Tampa; Mrs. Marie E. Weeks,

tom, of Tltusvllle, and the solemn words given, for the perfect exemplification of Pensacola; Mrs J. B. Conrad, Glen- SODA WATERS and ICE CREAM.
were pronounced which made them man wood Dr. J. Wilson
the work, and the determined effort to F. Lakeland; Mrs.
I, ; and wife. Jennie Head, Key West; Mrs Dora
make us all feel at home.

h TRADEMARK A very delightful reception was held ;To Halifax Lodge No. 81, F. & A. M., Bronson,New Smyrna} Mrs. J. B, Allen, .PURE FRESH DRUGS..
after tbe marriage service, and the daintiest Indianola; Miss J. S. Dittmar Fort ',
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\ IIIRSII ERG HOLLANDER & CO'$ of refreshments served. Daytona, for the use of the beautiful Pierce Mrs Callle Holies Wildwood, Mall orders promptly filled. Will order anything we, have not In Stock.
;
,I. STAG Brand Semi-paste I'alnt. lodge room, and for the unselfish andaluabla ;
, -1 Is warranted to be made of perfectly The spacious, rooms were tastefully .. help they have given U.. Mrs. Fowler, Pensacola; Mr. J. D.Greth.r .

1 Pure Materials! and Is absolutely! free of decorated with a profusion of beautiful Miss Dickey, Jacksonville; Mr. E.
any form of adulteration flowers, palms and ferns. To the Knights of Pythias for kindly McCarty New Smyrna, and many others. L. BR.L: .:C'Y' dz : 3R4etDEALERS :
I living one of their
up meeting nights,
The bride Is the of
the six
youngest IN
ONE GALLON MAKES TWO -

For sale byRONALl) AJFISKK, lovely married.llardee, sisters, five of whom are and room.allowing us the, use of their lodge CHURCH NOTICES. GROCERIES, GRAIN AND HAY, AND ALL FOOD PRODUCTWe

Cocoa, Fla. To the members of the Daytona Press, handle PRODUCE of FERTILI
all
It Is seldom kinds. We are agents for MAPES
one sees a of such
family
for courtesies shown the members of,the EPfHCOPAI CIIUHCII. We deal exclusively the above line of goods and solicit the trade of all COOl
exceptional
-TIIE- 1 personal charm, and Mr. Order. ers. Write us for prices on Grain and all Groceries, delivered at your station.E. .

Flske Is to be congratulated on his To the EAST COAST Anvoc4TK,Tltu.- Dean Robottom, will officiate In St, L. BRADY BRO. TITUSVILLE, FLA.

TWO BEST SPARK PLUGSON choice of a bride. yule I for printing cards, for which no Mark's church, Cocoa on Sunday mornIng -

TIlE MARKET Mr. Flske Is one of the firm of Ronald barge was. made by the owner. April 20th, at 11 o'clock, and In St. :MAR."VZN: : GCOD1KAN

1.75 S)1.00.. t Flske, of Cocoa, and Is a young man To the Despland, and other hotels l. of Gabriel's church, Tltusvllle on Sunday ,

of sterling character and business ability, Daytona, for reduced rates given, and evening at 7:110.: TITUSVILLE, ,Next t /. E..C. Ry depot. FJ.ORID

iir I and Js one of our most substantial and for the use of their parlors for committee BAPTIST CHURCH. -Making a Specialty ofewli. -
energelrb citizens.
meeting., Rev. Wm. Stones will preach on Sun Ii JBVuitw
+ Tbe bridal couple left on tbe noon To the citizens of Daytona fur the : nud OnudicH,
,
day next at Tltnsvllle at 11 a. ra., and
011rrJ train for New York city, where they will kindly use of the city, as it seems to at Oak 11111 at 3 p. m. Lord's Supper 01"u.1."t"..9 nud Cold :D1'iilk: .

spend their honeymoon. On .their return have been turned over to the members of after morning service. Try LAGER BKEW-a Non-Aloohollo Deer f

Z :t to Cocoa they will go to housekeeping the Order of the Eastern Star SANFORD BREAD / Fresh.
CAKES AND
METHODIST CllfRCII.F. PIES-aJways
d la their new home, which Is one To the Grand Matron, for the full and Your
, : I d atuL.I of tbe most palatial stone residences on interesting report made, and for the P. McCall will'" preach Sunday mornIng patronage solicited. Satisfaction guaranteed.

:0C Z< tbe banks of Indian River kindly Interest shown by her to the delegates at 0 0'0100to the convicts at Mimi, -'- -'- '.

Tbe presents were, and and at 11 o.'clock at the church at Mints
:::0 0 numerous particularly of this committee. TXTUSVZLLm I,='p-pRy STA.D:
> : handsome, thus attesting the I To the Grand Patron for his words of and at 7:30:: Tltusville. Sunday school Y'

high esteem In which bride and every Sunday at 3 p.m., and
0 groomare cheer: and good will, as shown by his re- prayer }
?31I1t held. port. meeting every Wednesday 7:30 p. m. FEED AND SALE SADDLE lIOfL

----. ----- To the Grand \ssociate
Matron, for PBESBYTKKIAX CHCRCII. ...STABLES... BUGGIES,

AUTOMOBILE ASSOCIATION. he beautiful respoae to the address of flee L. T. lobe will hold his last services .
welcome.To BAGGAGE SCRBI
In the Tltusville
all others who spoke for Presbyterian
At the recent annual\ meeting of the the Grand Chapter. the goodof church on Sunday next at 7:30 p.m., be. TRANSFER, t and TL'RNOUDHAULING
-i -
East Coast Automobile Association, at fore returning/ his home at Caney
FORD RACJR-: ,
parking to tinker with. Ab..lotflly. OM" the Clubhouse Dayton Deacb, the following Brother Especially to the Grand Secretary Kan. After the sermon,the ordinanceof ETC ..111 kioda.
Arthur II. .
Tight Long ground twrlujt Joint, porlWt lit.u..Dl.tted were elected ofUoeis for the ensue Carter, for the valuable baptism will be administered to
tor om>wr. assistance given, and for the laborof a
MOVAKCIlVMU: log year: love, as shown by his dozen children, and the doors of the J. M.: Os t>etia.

to meet the demand for a Dollar Duff J. B. Foster, president; S. II. Gove, Interesting church/ will be opened TITUSVILLElo rear of Robblnl' rl>

Batter than.say SI_60 plug; sold Hstursotiuii.fuarantMd. : lit vice-president; J, II. Allen 2nd vice, report Also.to Brother Jame. Carnell for the Law OfJIoe- -

Made wltb Ditnbl Iniprovwt Nina Insulation. president; T. E. Fltsgerald secretary; great Interest he takes In the Order Drayiug.Draylng .
Ko scrap mice U used In the (omnlructlon F. N. Conrad, treasurer, Tho directors INDIAN
"B)oll Discounts to the Trade." Respectfully submitted RIVER ICE FACTORY.
b are: E. White, II. B. Welch, R. M. Bond,
&I RONALD & FISKE e JOHN R. WALKER: Chairman, or hauling of alit Inds
E. F. Gates, J. n. Moore and A.HIllUrd. prompty TITUSVILLE
STATE AGENTS MINXIE I. MILLICR, attended to. Meet all trains. Stove Is prepared to famish FLA. ._
j" Cocoa, Fla. ELLA P. BASKET. wood, for sale at all times lee In any quantity-Sacked or loose Special I ,

'j' It your dealer does not handle them send lOt... Send the ADVOCATE your Job Printing Business was resumed on Wednesday B. E. HOLTUT. TltuiriUe, paid sacking for Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing is nr motto, '
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I A. S. PLATT, Proprietor.


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