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Title: East Coast advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: May 15, 1908
Publication Date: -1891
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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LOCAL NEWS, Oeo. li. rernald Hardware Co. Look .Aliend -Mr. It. E. Minis, of Fort Pierce, was -Mr. Frauk S. Battle went to Man AMONG THE HOTELS.

Dealer in Wholesale i and Retail Hard In town yesterdry.Mrs. Ualllu, on business, yesterday,
of General Interest. and think of the good times have Take note of the hotel, ads our
you'll pn
Topic. ware, paints, oils, sash, door, blind, George M, Robbins I still In -Mrs. 8. E. Rice left for City Point, .
this Summer! You'll need New Suit 7th
lime, cement, brick and shingles a j Washington, Ga visiting her sinter, Mrs )yesterday, on a visit Her little boy, page
why not It ? Last Is all
get now
Machine Shops, all kinds of repair year's Anthony. Tipton, at'.ooml'l\nl",11111 mother. The AnvoCATH is on file at all the
THE ADVOCATE, right for every day but for f'best"
work on engines' bolleis and Naphtha you host hotels In New York city,
IIIrlc 150 per annum In advance launches surely ought to have something tha '* Urevard County Commissioners and -Miss Helen Miller and Miss Mabel

rs .. six\ months Tin and Metal work "up-to-the-mlniite." All the boy are School Board held their usual monthly Whttaore teachers in the Tltusvllle lllah The fUeetwaler' Park hotel, Llthla

2:00 per an to foreign countries. and gas fitting. Good, plumbing Work at, lowest steam !getting our swell 'Hchloss" suit. Why meeting this week. School, left, Saturday, for Melbourne.Prof. Springs! n..., managed by Mr John B.

for the ADVO- don't you2 Easy prices (10.00( Bowen, will open| for the 10"lo'n on the i
,en you subscribe prices up. -Mr. Charles Maddox and daughter, S. J. Overntrvet, principal of '
. by the year, It does not cost you GEO. II. FERSAI.D HAHDWAKB Co., WI-JKTOX S. BRANNINO, City Point, were guest of the Sterling the lit usvllle' Digit! School, 11"fI. Monday, 1st of June

'gluI cents per week, postage Included. Sanford Fla Headquarter for Style and Value, on Monday and Tuesday. for' Sylvanla, G.., tit spend the summer The Continental hotel,Atlantic Beach,
Tltusvllle, Fla. Fla has been closed until Jane 1st
ten cents : rrof.[ Overstreet and his able of a. ,
Reading notice ad, are -Mr*. J. T. Feaster, of Miami, arrivedbare corps
Dr. J. slstanls have conducted antlsfac when It will\ open, for the summer season, ;
r Ibis page. E. Miller paid a visit to In. on Wednesday, to visit' Mrs. B. R. very
ue on -Mr. John II. Same candidate for
with the genial Mr. Bemis In command
and ,
dlanola COCOA on Tuesday Wilson for a while ory tam of school here, and their many
Get the ADVOCATH at Manda- ( 1 treasurer of Brevard county, was In Tl as heretofore
-Editor friends will be pleased to see them returned
E. D. Oslin
tore.Jr. of the Cocoa- tusvllle a day or so this week YOU SHOULD SEE THOSE UAUK-
jewelry
I Rockledge News, paid a visit to Titus foot Sandals for Children at Bran.ning's next fall.IMPROVING. The Sterling, Tit us vllle, has been doIng *
E. I* Brady made a bylines, villa on Monday Messrs., S. II. Peck, of Hock I edge; ----- an excellent business the past two .

Jacksonville on Monday. and Albert 'Taylor, of Cocoa, were In TITUSVILLE. weeks People could l not got accommodation

of Tltnsvllle left -Mr. Geo. S. Singleton, member of Tltusvllle on Wedne.dlTRY \', :=Miss Fannie Budge left here, Wednesday on a couple of nights this week,
J. Poppell ,
Jr. A. Brevard School Board the '
wa
lay, on a vlttt to his old home near pleasant callers at this office of among Monday. IDEAL FLOUR, at Goldsmith'; night, lor Miami, on a month'svisit Workmen are busily engaged on Mr.( owing to the number applying rooms.
with her parents. and blockhouse I "
Mrs. H. 11. Rathbun's cetm>nt
'c, Os WHEX -Rev. Joan B. Lee, agent for the The Gates hotel, Hendersonvllle, N.
THIRSTY, try a Grape Punch, Moonlight sailing on Indian River on Front street. I C., under the able management of Mr.
,' MILLER, DENTIST, TITUS- Southerland College, preached In the
Set* at the Banner Drug
store
rb. e > Tltusvllle Methodist church Monday evening la now in order. Another nice launch Mr. L. W, Halle bal erected a neat- Wm. Hewitt., Is open and doing a nice

t -Miss Susie Teeter primary teacher and left nextday for Sebastian. part was on the river last night. locking fence around Ms residence on' bnlllulI.II: Applications for rooms are

Jr. Otto R Grosse, of Merritt, was In the Tltusvllle High School, left, $at- -Judge D. L. Gsulden, who has been Washington avenue 1 coming In rapidly. Read the ad. on our
tsenger on Monday' train, on his urday morning for her home at Haw Professor John M. Lallln.of New 7th
In Tltiisvllle a week or so, attending to of page
been The frame Mr. Frank S. lUttle's
Boston for the summer. York, who his In Tltusvllle since
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last October, expects to leave for Jacksonville law matters, left for DeLand yesterday. commodious residence Is up and It : Mr. C. W. Gardner the Koya) Palm '

'ommodore J. II. Allen, of the Out- -Major C. E. Graves, of Melbourne next week, to remain a while During the thunderstorm of Tuesday looks as If the house will be ready for hotel: l, Miami, who has been In New 1

r lub, left for Daytona and JaclTsonlist Beach, was In town on Saturday and before going North for the summer. night, lightning struck the electric occupancy In a month or two Turk for a while with )frl. Gardner,

Saturday, on a few days' bustrlp. !- Sunday, shaking hands with his many wires In Tltusvllle, resulting In damageof :: arrived la Jacksonville this week Mr? '
do read
FINE BOX CANDIES: So 10o., 25o., nr--lf you not every pageof
Gardner auditor Continental
friend. $21\. I* for the
Roc, 3.1c., 40c., SOc. 70c., 80o., at the over this paper you are liable to miss. hotel Atlantic Beach.
!O Its Daisy Brady returned home on "OUND.-AT' CITY PIER, A MASON- Banner Drug Store, Tltusvtlle.Kev. DR. HOUGIITON, dentist, Peck Block, some of the most Interesting local Items, ---- --
day, after a delightful visit of sevItys to watch chnrm. Owner can have the Daytona, Fla. tf. which are scattered on every page .JRJ
with Mr. and Mr*. C. 1* Berge same by calling at this office, Identifying E. F. Lee, Presiding Elder of MR. FISKE APOLOGIZES.
JIis Mabel Berge, at New Smyrna. same and paying for tliU notice the Ean'C03llt district, was In town, -Mr. and Mrs. Henry M. Flagler have Mr. Chas H. Walton has bad a forceof .

Monday, en routl to the Djstrlot Con gone[ to their summer home at Marmor- men at work last week and this, COOOB Fla., April :U, 1008. ,

r. C'has.: II. Walton will leave here -Quite a few visitors have paid their ference, which convened at West Palm oneok, N. Y,; but will leave, later In clearing the land he recently bought (leo. H. Singleton Rockledge' Flat I

now (Saturday) afternoon for Day respects to .the ADVOCATE this week. Beach this week, oornmeoclngTuesday the season, for the famous Mount Wash- 10 South Tltusvllle, from his brother. Sir:-In regard to ,your letter of the

on a few days' visit with Mr. andt We are always pleased to see our tends night., Ington hotel, Bretton Woods, N. II. Captain J. O. Walton, of Boston. 10th I wish to .tale, la justice to yourself
M. Holman, and to Join a picnic
S. In this office. -Mr. and Mrs. J, A. Tracey and son, -Dr. and Mrs. F. Robinson, aftera Mis E. S. Wiley, one of our prominent and fatally\ that I retract, (or, to use ;(

-Mm. John W. Merrill, Mr. John F. W. F. Trace, from Beanie, Wash, are delightful visit with their son and residents, Informs us she {'lIIat.rt plaiD English,) take back any statement

'RIC !IM Laura Bailey, who spent the Merrill and Mrs O. F. Scbley, who have recent additions toTltusvllle's growing dauguter-ln-law, Dr. and Mrs Harry building a nice residence on her big lot I[ have made In regard to your relations rl

$1 1 r In Tltusvllle with her grand. been spending the winter at Mrs Mer population and are occupying one of the toblnson, of Pawling, N. Y., left, on on Mstn and Ilopkjns streets, In Novem- with your family,and make you a puLllo 4?

2 er, Mrs. Wetmore, writes us that rill's beautiful home at Tropic, were ou Walker cottages In the northern part of Tuesday, for their summer home la Kl- ber. It will be a very commodious residence apology for any wrong I have done you,

nd her mother have arrived at theirIn Monday's train, en route to their summer town, for the present king, N. II. with the front facing Indian either Intentionally or otherwise.

1'1EN r.I New London, Conn., but missice home In Kapsas City, Mo. Mrs. Wiley says she may build It of I further state that I have not had any
1'1J I TO SEE THEM IS TO BUY THEM -llean Robottom and family have
atato-
warm weather of THusville. cement bloch.MARRIED. moral backing In regard to this
THE DEXTOS is now located at Fort Those Panama Hat at 300. New moved from the rectory on IAlm street meat from any man or woman, and '

1 CLOVER IIILL BLOCK BUTt Pierce Dentistry In all branches shipment just' arrived-all sizes-at to the Kobbln cottage recently vacated IN TITUSVILLE. shoulder the enure blame myself; The I

Goldsmith's. skillfully executed.Dr. Brannlng's. by Dr Robinson and family, on the riverfront only defense I will make Is that my real '

Ir. and Mrs. Oeo. E. Sebrlng and J. Edward Urlcb. -!Mr. O. Kropman, traveling/ agent of where they expect to remain dub Captain Niels Peter Nelson, owner of meaning, In any of my statements, have

amris j have closed their palatial home -Quite' a number of our people attended the Standard 011 Co., who has been a log the summer the Marine I rail",a)', Tltusvllle, tin old beed misunderstood, for no one In this

Id wood avenue, Daytona, for the the May Day festivities at Cocoa guest of the Sterling, Tltusvllle, for several -Mr. K. T. Goff, general superintendent and blghly-respeoted resident of Tltus section holds your f.mllyln any higher ,

er, and gone to Sebrlng, O. Mr. but the ADVOCATE editor had to days, has appointed Mr. George of the F. E. C. Hallway, was InTTIusvllle : vllle, was married on Friday' ...nloillaat respect than I do.

nj may, however, come south In decline a pressing Invitation to be present Brockett agent for his company In this on Wednesday, and his old to Mrs. Rye, who h<(%"b en visiting You and I may differ In regard to pol- 1;,

M August to do a little fishing, at owing to pressure of business -All town, vice Mr. J. M. Osban,reslgpnd.Mr. friends were pleased to see bin Mr. her daughter, Mrs. Jensen, In Tltusvllle, (tic and personal opinions, but In spite

Et h he Is an adept. who attended, report a pleasant time at Golf and party are on a tour of inspection for lomellme. of all that, I am only too wilting to make
and Mr*. S. B. Rathbun, Mls'
r. W R. Sanders, a former reel- Cocoa and Rockledge. Grace Ratbbun, Mr. L. M. Wetmore of the railroad. The wedding was partly a Danish af- this publlo apology< to correct any wrong
of I fair as nearly all the Dunes In town impression my statement may have
Indlanol"but of Miami ,
now Senator Dwight W. Tuttle, of New and Iliac Charlotte Palmer expect to DR. MILLF.U, the TltusvllI dentist, (
Including Mrs Peter Nelson given root to. Jonif A, FUKK.: 't
were present,
a pleasant arrival I ID Tltusvllle on Haven, Conn., a large property owner all on the Clyde steamship Huron, on will be at lodlanola, May 4th, for a
and Mr Anderson of South Titusvlle "
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>y, and has been receiving hearty on the East Coast, has just returned Wednesday next, from Jacksonville to few days. Have your teeth attendedto. .
; Captain and Mrs. O. F. Fischer, THE LOSLEY-RENAKER PROPERTY
ogs from his friends. e t
numerous .
South America New York. They will return to Tltusvllle -
home from a trip to ,
and and Mr. Nelson and
Mr. August
Anders-who I II of the SOLD.
a guest where be went a* attorney to represent In November.PIIOTO.ORpnS.AlIklndl. -Mrs., Gay, who has been spending .
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family
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ng- he In town two -
lock says may stay New York /gold mining company. That In South Tltusvllle with Her I
the winter
a
of Rev. Wm. Stones of the Tltusvllle
pastor
no "'eeka.EAUTIFUL. photographs On Monday morning, st the Court- ;
was why he did not visit Tltusvllle this taken In up-to-date style, and step-daughter, Mrs. Oeo. E. Prltchett, Baptist church, officiated. house door, Tltusvllle, wa sold, by

PICTURE GIVEN past winter. much cheaper than ever before. Port left on Wednesday for her home In Georgia. The many friends of Captain Nelson I publlo auotlon,the eas 100 feet of lot 4,
II to all our patron. Let us tell STORE YOU WILL Pastel and Mrs. 1)al11\ spend the summer join the ADVOCATE In wishing the
AT BRANNING'S rafts Crayon, Water Color of block 7, of the town of Tltusvllle, to
u how to get It. Tltusvllle Thar- find the Largest and Best Line Shoes 011 Paintings molt reasonable rates, with her daughter, In California; and Captain and his wife a long life of hap- : gather with the big brick building and d r

oUt 'y shown on the Coast. For the Infants, and enlarged from any small photo, the winter In Tltusvllle, pines and prosperity. other Improvements thereon, adjoining ,

LIZ I 11'1. Lucy M. Wetmore left here. ''M IlOel, Women, Boys and Men. All graph. Babies taken as quick as a -Mr, and Mrs. J!. Frank Wootao and --- -- afro G, F. Ouren's meat market, on ) xl

coo day' for Jacksonville, to spend a standard makes. Every pair /guaran wink. Call and see samples of our son, prominent resident of Cocoa, were FOURTH OF JULY MEETING.There Washington avenue, having a frontage 1{

fins days) with her friend, Mrs. W. P. work, and then you will know whatwe passengers on last Saturday's train, on of 02 feet. ,, 'j

LA. "m, before. leaving for New LonConn teed.Mr. Charles Murray, of New York, can do for you, their way to Ashevllle\ N. C., where, will be a meeting of the mer At the same time was sold the follow. I

., and other places to spend who some one of Tltus II. 1"AtJlT. Tltusvllle\ Fla. they have gone on account of Mr., Wool chants of Tltusvllle on Wednesday even. ng personal property One refrigerator .
was, years ago
1m mer. Mr*. Wetmore-who has vllle very popular young ladles, knownas Governor Napoleon B. Browird was en's health, which we hope wilt' be Ira- lag next, at 7I'M:: o'clock, at E. nf Wa and bar fixtures, three pool tables, several

"lying with Mrs. S. S. OladwlnKk Miss Laura Lorrimer, has arrived In a pleasant visitor to Tltusvllle on Mon. proved by the change of climate. ger's office, to discuss the matter of hold- set of bedroom furniture, dining- rw
)A.Ili'. -has rented her house and Ice 1 lag the usual 4th of July festivities In room and other furniture In the buildlog. #,
Jacksonville: on a visit with' her sister, day, and registered at the Pslmbarst. E3T" Our mailing clerk Is tending out
Ito Mr.A. S. Platt. Mrs. Frank M. Ironmonger, another After giving a speech la the Courthouse bills to those who are In arrears to the town. : 7f
Let us have a long pull, a strong pull dual decree
sale to
The was ewing a
(r. E. P. Porcher, of Cocoa, dls- former resident of Tltnavllle. Mrs. Murray Governor Bro"ard-w I I. a candidate ADVOCATE. Singly, the amount It very r
and and the event will .
altogether .
a pull 10 partition rendered In Brevard Circuit
ticK agent for the Indian River and has a host of friend In Jacksonville, for United States senator-left for New mall, but when there are a hundred or 1
be a. heretofore big success.. Court, In Chancery, wherein Mr. F. A;
Worth Pineapple Growers' Al ocl- who are giving her hearty greetings. Smyrna and Daytona.Mr. more subscribers: arrears, It amountsto .. I.S
A. Losley was complainant, and Mrs. \
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ash, arrived In Jacksonville on Sun-:: Captain N. N. Peony, of Nathan, C. J. Denhun and sister, Miss a nice little suns If you have not bOUGHT THE HOTEL. Emma J. Renaker and other defend I .

fight, and la making his beadquart- ba* been In Tltusvllle a few days this Sophie Smith, left on Sunday morning'searly I paid your subscription, remit. Look at ants. r''

'"'I.the Aragon. He I..* a companlhi. week while his boat received some repairs train for Augusta, Oa., to visit. the date on the ADVOCATE: or wrapper. Messrs. H. II. Peck and Albert A. Tsy- The property was knocked down to I'
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wife and three charming Also read the notice U* subscribers: on
Mere on Slmonson' "aAlthoollh their mother Mrs Denham expects to bur were In Tltusvllle, Wednesday, In Mr. LosUy for $0,200.00.!(
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t and wlU'remalnln Jackson"oughout over 80 years of age, Captain Penny Is return to our cool, river breeze In acouple our 6th page connection with the Isle of the Indian -- t'Uillner.

''D.-11 the pineapple shipping more active! than some men many years of months, but her sister will, River hotel and land, at Itusvllle, to .. and Luncheons. 1 o\I

ORfJRR mel-Union. his junior-looking after his business probably, remain la Georgia until Sep Launch For Hale., the Tltusvllle Hotel Company. A meet

Mules: for Sale, attentively and doing laborious work tember. ing of the directors wa called In the afternoon Beginning on Monday, May llth, the {1 ,::

dally. Captain Penny was a seafaringman / GLOBE-WERNICKE Elastic book cases Fine family open launch, 23x0; 7 h. p. at the office of Geo. M. Kobblns, Talmburst, Tltusvllle, will\ serve mar.F

Pair of routes, sound and In }good spending his life on the ocean, and Talking-machioee, Records, Needles. Autouiarlne engine; 43; gal. solid copper when the money was paid over and chants dinner or luncheon at the priceof
'Itlon, for ala at reasonable I the benefits of an active: outdoor life In deeds mail for the thirty-five cent ;
a price, House, Boat and Copper Taints tank. Speed, over 8 miles. Just over. out property..
)JUT T o vlng no present use for them. Florida Is standing him well In band- labis FURNITURE, DRY GOODS, SHOES. hauled. The boat baa a fine freeboard, ---- Table d'hote dinner served at sic: ',i

Address BX, : old age. Rugs.Csrpets, Linoleum, and Matting. and ha frquently been run out outside. Car Loan of Iron I Coo II HUT. 'o'clock, at the price of fifty cents. .

odaLOF ADvoe ATE office, THusvlUe, Fla Edison and Colombia Batteries. Cost over $50000; price, $2r.O.MO. A ticket for three of either of these :.-f

Notice to Grower Baseballs, Mits, Masks, Gloves DH. J. E. Miu-r.'n, Jest received at fort Pierce carloadof meals will be sold for 0.* dollar ';

Hardware Etc. CRA A.GAaoarkTitusvillePhon.34.2Job tf Tltusvllle Fla. Galvanized Corrugated Iron Hoofing :1:1n. '
' Marx Brothers, Jacksonville: Fla., I Lowest price fiend us your orders. HAT OAV1J INN. :

all kinds oi'iii"are; both shelf wish to notify Growers that they will be I Printing. Ward' Rhode elated Iteds. 37-2 East Coast Lumber & Supply Co. Bat Cave f
F Freeman Proprietor ,
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Fruits and Vegetables '
eav" their
Pants( to handle
J Oils, Ship Chandlery, glad I
Y. f* and Glassware this coming season If they will Do not forget the fact that at the AD lfor N. C. In the midst of finest scenery la
call on as. Stove W oa
'h'e the good sound stock. Overripe Fruit,I VOdATB office, THnjvllJe, ire do Jot Greatest utility fowl on earth. Egg le. J western North ,,Carolina, situated 14){
goods and are ship ,
our prices Vegetables, or Packing House Refuse printing of all !kinds, neatly, cheaply and balance of season $1 per setting UK Best In town.all heart $7.00percord, miles from IJendersonvllle, N. C., and "I ?

aUf '"1 orders resolve attention. will not be received. ezpedltlonsly. Letterheads, Notebeads,,I Pullet at |1. each. Free catalog. 2.40 per strand and $1.20 per X strand 20 mile from Ashevllle, :N. C. The a .4' "

JAe PBITCHABD prompt Respectfully, Billhead, Envelopes,Tags, and all othei LAKEMOJT POULTRY FABM. Try It and be convinced. famous Chimney nook and Bat Caves
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COAST ADVOCATE, TITUSVILLE, F1.A HAt 8.19(18(

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i I shall aitalnut them. I recognize ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOR CLERK OF THE CIRCtIT ';
Labor and Statistics and an amendment vote Cot
Free and JOHN W WATSON'S PLATFORM to the Constitution of the State prohibiting the f"(ci bar the: art pending mlllloni To The Voters of Brevard Count)

Accepted Masons. th. negro; from voting of dollar adveitlsingand developing thet"4I. >on STATES ATTOKMKf Thanking you tor' past favor i .
ithem far
I have uodehlie. lu
an to
beg announce
STATE COX> ICT myself a* .
for a
out, ', long a* thy orerate) wlihln the I hereby announce my candidacy for election .Ibd d
i a to the ,
SENATOR TELLS office ,
CANDIDATE FOR STATE lands .i! :
Knowing that the turpentine In law. nomination to a second termof the office the Circuit Court :tk'
Florida will coon have all been worked, that etlenceof twelveaucceatlvu of (State Attorney In and for tbe 7th of brevarrf 0'B.
Believing
Indian II No. 90 HOW HE STANDS ON MATTERS OF Mod that /the Stern will\ b"ve tn provide < ,vent In my the exi I' xglftla'iu qal'' Judicial circuit of Florida, .ubJeot to the' subject Democratic to the action of th .)?

other ....t. of working tier convicts, I Introduced Ifiea me for the pof.lilou, 1 earnestly> oak decision of the Democratic Primaries to for Primary, and w" ?,'ii the
River Tltu. l1Ie, MUCH IMPORTANCE.To a bill creating Prison Commission your anhpr'rtforthesame, FiMnlfeintf be held on May 19, liXM. If again trusted you kindly your support

but It waa not reached on tbe faithful. service., with the administration I of tbla most lteepeetutpy' .
Lodge Florida. tbe DemocraticVoter* of the-Thir' calendar Tlie bill provided for working you I am joiirn' sincerely Important. office by tile people, I wlll./ss A. A irkxt'

Holds Its i&atingt the saoond and fourth ftarotsoli .. teenth Senatorial District of Florida: the roads wllh convlcti The growingof "Oltiv, WATSON I have always strlved to do, perform my FOR -
month o'ol.ek\ In the Miwoiilo Temple, fltusvUle Gentlemen* Being a candidate for corn and cotton and other agricultural duty Impartially and fearlcssls\ for the SIIJtRIFF
st T ISO p. in. State Senator for the district componei product on mate farm would to my best Interest of tbe Mate, To the Voters of Brevard County

P. W. RolMirM, Worshipful Muter of Urevard, lit Lucia and Dade counties. opinion, produce a*. much reTenue f''r JOHN r JONES I respectfully announce

Omar liar,.,A.Wilson/Htawsrt..lunlor ftanlor Wardlln.Ii. Warden. I beg to aubmlt for your conatderatloi tbe //S'ate.1 the piesent system do iand Albert W. Gilcjirist Stale Attorney 7ll> Circuit. at the next 1'ilmarv inyne'lcandidate EU u
K. WIlMin, Tre..urer. my record a. a amemb Freak K Walker, ft"nmtrjr. Representative for the last twelve luocmudve State the business of dealing and barterIng FOIl STATE SKNATOIt. County Seer!
iMMMin.Thos
L.same'Hsms, Hunlur, iMisooa.ChM ,ear,, together with a few serlou In human belnga( It !I. well known To the Voter of the 13th Senatorial District I would appreciate the
: Walton.u'.1.::: HMtwsnl.J thought on tbe dally political Issues, that many people have !grown rlcb In : port o( all our people. earnest a

: 1 W>:Kiinls Frailer, lryler.Junior Stowwd.J WHO IB JOHN W, WATSON t leasing and subleasing.. tbe State any I hereby announce myself a candidatefor Yours truly

M. S. Name, Cliaplatn. I WAIl born and rallied In North Carolina. vlcta. Candidate for Governor of State Senator for the 13th Senatorial JOSEPH p CII01\'II.. \
At the age of 15 I went to Louis. RAILROAD IIILIS.I District. composed of lirevard, St. Lucle
l lane where, for 18 month, I cut cordwood voted for a bill fixing passenger I and Dade counties, subject to fbe will of .OR COUNTY JIIX.E!:.
INDIAN ItliKK tllAI'TKIl; NIL i7. and drove team of mule Afterward rate at 2i}! cents per mil; a bill r< qulr- the Democrats, u expressed In the ensu- To The Voters of Brevard
I lug separate windows tnI'I the sale of FIorMa J. W. WATSON., County
ROYAL ARCH (MAHONfl. I secured a position In a country; InK primary. served the
white and for block Having
i tlcke's. nnn fur one Miami. Fla. uaetpired tern
The Indian' lUiyal Arch Mason general store for six month at a aatar;" bill fur Judge A D. Penney, aa
.n.ela the nnt Wednesday.: ul each month st tb. of $3.(") per week and board. I then re people; a requiring separate can solicit the County Jud(;
ssoiilo) Ttimuld. turned' to North Carolina but left again white and black pnnnengjtro; a bill permitting To tbe Voter of the 13th Senatorial Dlattlct hereby suffrage of the r
The lulluwlnic are the onmm): of this(chapter the railroad commission to have : cans of Brevard Count for re-tUx,
lor
when I was 21 oldcoming to (
M. ... Gem Kicflllunt High Trlsst Ida where I married yeara and have remained authority to look after the physical Cnn. I hereby announce myself a condldata to that office and promise II elected
J. R. Walker, King of all railroads In Florida bill administer the duties of the
iltlon
; a ''JlUee
!Senator from the Thirteenth la
<). K. I'rltcholt, HorllHiIt ,' ever *I I I lived Klsstmmee, Kla for re election as
R. Wilson: T- aiiur rO. for 2J :::;., where ita in a small placing rah'graph companies charge of Senatorial District of Florida, fully and unpartlally,
A Htewart r. rlnet.I Jn the hardware buslneaa. I movedto the railroad commission ; a \bill to betterputted subject to the action of the Democratic D. R"IL8Q)
: : way
T H Hsmlnrs atit ( conductors engineer and other
,
I*. W. llnlieru. Principal rt..Jinrner.. Miami about three yeara ago and am Party at the approaching primaries I I'un'CtUN; ;
.... A. !Morgan, lU.val *r<.h < sil.lp.J now In the hardware buslneaa Miami. employees, and a bill taxing the tall- F. M. IJUD80N. COMMISMOMit.:
N. Wsller. Meeer"FThird V, rends $10 per mile on all trackage
That I had the confidence and
I1.I.:Hall, blaster of Hnmmrt V. respect, District Mo. 1.
O. K. Htewart. Mnxu-ri.f First V. good will\ of the people of Osceota county] TFMPFUANCK III LI.H. FOIL KKFIIFSKXTATIVK.
r.:A, llur, kniatl.ui.ORDER is shown by the feet that they electedme I voted for a bill regulating for Bale To tbe Voter*of Urevard'County: To the Voters of Brevard County
County Commissioner for four year, of whiskey and prohibiting selling to I hereby announce myself at acu
and Representative In the btate Leglsla mlnois; a hill prohibiting the sale of I respectfully announce myself aa a data for re-election to tbe office of>'on

OF KAWTKKN!: 8TAK.rrlendnhlp ture for ten consecutive year, and It was whiskey dry counties; a bill to pun.leh I candidate for It piaii !ntailve In the Leg Commissioner for District No I lc
always the cattle men, farmet and fruit the sale, gift or exchange nf Intoxicating lalature from Urevard county, at tile alder the office an important one and
: hapter: ; No. II,Tltiisvllls hntils: Its meetlngethe t the grocers that elected me.LEGISLATIVE .. \Hi lorn to drunkards, when written lmaryleellon, to be held May 10th nominated and elected, I will attempt
MMiiiitn on
lodge rixiin Is ('I.e will\ und stale| 01
... hRa been My platform t glvalta I business administration
.rst and third 1in* Uys In aRCh month at IKH !: ICFCOKU. notice objecting to the same to'
''' following are the oflluers. of the always given; a bill prohibiting the all Ipplnl( of H the people of UrevHnl county I have belt of my ability, J M 0 BDistrict .&,
thepterlIdle. In the legislature I have endeavored
and clitted
wlilHkey Into counties tbat have voted no pet schemes, if sill\ only
Zen")). Stewart, Worthy IIfdron. to pas law that would benefit go aa jour lepieHt-n'ttilve! 'Thauklu No. 9.
H. U Wilson Worthy fimnMrs. tbe farmer the mechanjo or laboring div.I
M. K. Itotihlns, Assnnliil Matron. labor believe that the mill of the people you for your support, I remain, To The Voters of Brevard County
) ..... 1C. K. Wlla"u, melnered. Heorntarjr.Mrs. men advocating and supporting should be snpitmc. and If whiskey la Yours truly, Jonv Hofsros.
Men IaWI ( to cattle atealingaid I hereby announce myself
Ihirtha Slit ",1 rosmirnr. awe prevent u candid
voted should bit
of It
1'ha following tMmr van appointed I for bettercoiintry acbool* and school out a county kept To the Voter of Hi evard County r' for County Commissioner from !Jilt!
Mrs. Devon M"m", Adoh out and I atn willing to submit all pub
MI. "nale Taller, Until. houses. I candidate for No.2, subject to tbe action of the i irnary.
Ho question' to the people, whether It beTemperance am a Hepresentatlve, .
If elected I .endeavor\
Miss Lens Mmiilel, KeLl111r.Mn.llanwl PRIMARY ELECTION: LAWII. Drainage or County Dlvlilon and respectfully ask the support of all tot
.M A. Hrrlniixiiir., wartlesMr. Kim.t&. I Introduced! passed tbe first primary and will\ be found upholding themIn Democratic voters in the coming prlroaiy. the people a fair and impartial nervier
ChM H. Walum. Wsnlnr.JuhnK law Florida ever bad so a* to give their decision No (action, machine or ring Very truly KeKppclfully,
Walker, axntlnnlUeo. every man a chance to vote hi* choice, brought hIm He cane out U It. tlT&WAI\'t.' JOHN lt. Nio,
M. Hobblns, Cbsilaln.KMUIIT8 STATE INSANE ASYLUM out. asa
KAILHOAD COMMISSION For tbn past ten year I have given cantlltlatfl alone and lnzlw liund Brantley, Fin. ))..Irlct No 3.
J voted for the bill creating the Kail-
considerable thought and study to the cd. lie will bn glnd1' receive the FoltTAX COLLKCTOK. To the Voters of Brevard County
(IP PYT1II AK( INIII AN HI VKHO. road Commission, and have ever since Insane Asylum of our State. Have mate fu ,
I.UUOE 103.I. voted for their measure In the legisla several visit there Investigating the support of the corporations, of the To'The Voter of Uievard County. I respectfully announce mj elf ardidate
for re-election to the ofliw
tore condition and treatment of the un I herewith announce candidacy for
poor my
.hibitlon. Commissioner for the Third,
OAMK LAWS. .ntl.\orporMtl'lo.lhl'
County
fortunate Inmates, That there haa been pn the office of Tax Collector of Brevard
Knowing that he wild\ game In Florida considerable filctlon between the management lets of the local nptlunlnti, the County If elected to this office I prom. filet Will appreciate' your support)
belong to the citizens of the State and \ B. A (:OXKLXIoDI.trJ..t
and come of the I Inmates, no one l taelo give my best services to the peo
( t believing/ that It should be protected, I Familiar with the situation! will\ deny, 1 1 CbnstUni an\l the Jens and, of the pie, and trust I will receive their aup-

Introduced! and passed tbs present game am told tbat for the lust few years the gentiles, the "''Publlcnn and 'sin port at the coming primary No. 4.
S laws, fixing a penalty for killing/ game condition have greatly Improved. FIIIUP II. AVnioiiT. To the People of Urevard County
out of anason and fixing a license for ners" He .wouldt even accept the
\ klnnts every tnd and 4th Monday evsnlng In Unfortunately, under our constitution\ I hereby announce myself a candid,
...rooms.... at I o'olnck. non-rosidente before they can hunt In the tile people In control of the Asylum are support of the PI arlatea.. FOR TAX ASfelSSSOK. for ie-electlon for County Commliwl i

('"&..,,,Iliir\ (loinmuuder..R. M. XsllovVlns Sots This license tax I la a aoutceof ilwir\s; politicians and usually\ have The do without To the People of Urevard County : from the Fourth District, subject
Imnoollur I .. H (> title much revenue In some counties. Friends tu reward by giving them corporations con j the .
df Democratic
: :. :: :: :::: .WItlienMaetsratAim. po- action primary
1-relat :: .. I respectfully announce myself AH a
..... .. .. .. ..... .. .".,'A. Knelt PENSION HILL. iltlons. or k; dblr: to punish, by removing the pertple, and the peoplecan candidate for re-election as Tax elected, shall give; faithful attentior
Meeker of Work. .. .. .... .. .. John It, WalkerIairerItiant The pension bill met my approval. good, and efficient I men. the [County the duties' of the office, and enpeciwork
.. ... .. .. .. .. W. T_ Mathnrs True, it carried a large appropriation I believe that the Asylum ahould be do without corporalioni .\ ellsor. for good roods and lower taut,
.. .1' V. has
Otitswuuard. () rManmr Trusting work met
tar KirhnqiMtrMa ;i :::::::::::::I): II. I rltehert I but us the bill was gotten up by a comnlttee under tha Control and management of aboard Neither should be allowed l Ito oppress proval and my for your. ap and shall favor giving all county worl.
.terof HKwiperof ... .... I. ...(leo. Hrm kett com posed largely of old soldier of director, "compound of three : thanking you your sup\ the lowest responsible bidder.
( Iteaod.and brut.O. A, Stewart I[ was willing to give Mien what they eminent bvslclans, one lawyer and one the o;her. Capital organ port. I remain, T. A. !lnlllxsol
All\ vlolUnl Knlglits cordially Invited l to at. asked for, Justness man, and If elected, will work Ized labor should organize Tour truly
land L W. It. HALL.
along theRe lines District No. R.
LOCAL HA UK COUNT; HU.I S. The license tax lAW licensing
{ Introduced and passed a memorial to UII.I.II I VOTED AGAINST Eon COUNTY TKEASI'IIKK.Courteuay To The Voter Of Brevard County,:

f' TITt'SVILLK: CAMP NO. 111. Congress asking that the llomesteadera I voted agalnet the division! N of D.vlo each little enterprise should be Fla., March 25,11)08. I hereby. announce myself a candl,'

In the storm district of Dade county be county amended! In order hat ,luxation For County Commissioner of the /5th
.....l f-. permitted' to bave and Use all\ timber that lat.-Because over 1100:\ men In Dade should bear To tbe Voteia of Urevard County: trlct If elected, I promise to dot
l0:7;:" 1t \" vas blown down on their respective county, and many. of them living In wore evenly Having decided to offer myself a* a can to give the people of this dial.

r ht ,.,." lomeateada bj the tor in of HKXI.) ( This the part asked to bn out oft, petitionedme Article XI of tbe Constitution i candidate for nomination at the coming good roads and look after the gen'
\\I' asking that. the county not bo di Democratic primary for the office of
t / memorial I was Immediately certified toby welfare of the county.I .
for Local 1 he
\ .. vided.2nd. provides Option County Treasurer, 1 renpectfully
''''''' ,'" our representative In Congress, and request I will\ appreciate the support of
',.. .... :'::' ..'t. ...'', the department hat long since Issued order : -Horsnse It wee no Inane\ In the qualified. electors ( trot the Governor your:: ; support and, promising you that, Ifnominated many friends in the 5th district
,' giving the timber a* asked for, andIt campaign and the wlnhoe of the people elected, Iwill fulfill tho O. C IlAXSh'
t' { b 'tllre'I ; was worth considerable to the parti.* were nor, knt14D. ) approve or veto cormltutlon. duties of tbe office In the Interest of the
t. f; ntereited. 8rn-IteoeJse" I thought It too ranch of al amendments. lie I Is not on the people of Urevard county aa In the past .
I Masts every first and third Monday In each Recognizing tbe great Importance of a responsibility for any one man to assume. when I was bonoied 'with your confi FOR MEMBER OF SCHOOL 1IOAIDistrict

,, munlliat. p. in, slurp at the ..Masoulo deeper, water at the Ot Luole Inlet, ao alto Ant proposition Involving linndrecla "recentlyconetructed,, band wagon" dence. Very respectfully, ---

"amlle.Oon.nl enable larger boat to come Into the of thousand. of aero of land, He commenced life working in JNO. II. SAMS.I No. 1. ,
Co..wan..r..r.N. HlUihnork and the Interest of thousands of taxpaying To The Voters Of Brevard. County:
.. liver to Stuart and the
.. along Indian
Advl.eiLlenteuaut 1' W. Huberts up
Banker,.. .,., ... ... ::::::::.iiIMutd.Ilis i river, 1 Introduced a memorial to Contres puople ahould at leant be die Quincy ( UlsrkKnoort. .. .. .. .. .... .. ....J. L.. (:.arruth.... and secured It. cusped by the people Interested before month and boarded himself of Urevard county, and respectfully solicit \. candidate' at the next primaries
...... .. .. .. .. ....Lieu. H. HrovkMt passage asking action la taken. per the of all school board member for district K
WauihmauBentrjr . .. ..f. r.(Julian that an appropriation be made for sur any hasty support voters at the com
..., ....,.. .,.. ... ."..". (Leo, W. Hanford YI'lnRod/ deepening! / 'the entrance to If elected tu the /Senate, I iiball endeavor lIe has himself been a hard work. ling Democratic primary I; ball appreciate. tbe support of all

M.....10\11 rs.... .. . ":A.: I'.. Iruliar. ... ..r B.J: II, ,NurKinAUvUltlnit Slack: aald liver. ICKtVeame pleasure to state to find out the chilies of the hag, struggling man, and he 'knows Kocklerlee, FU., R. 11'. HATCH. A, J. CARTE,
that the U. t 8. dredge Florida ia there at people upon the subject, and I shall, be April 15, 1IOI'I.!
Waedmeuareoursllally/nvltedto' / what It means to other. He has District No. 8.
governed[ accordingly, and I sincerely
attend the me iliis, work and, I believe, will remain there
until a good deplh of water can be hope that the people who petitioned me never married, be bee always had FUR SCPT. PUBLIC 1NSTKICTION. To the Voter' of Urevard CountyI
malotAln..d.Ilntroducol.. last session, asklHg that I cot divide the am a candidate for member of
obligations.. Ills life has been To The Voters of Drevard
and passed a bill enlareng county, will not vote against- me now. County: Hoard of Publio Instruction, for 1
Mental 1'overty. the territorial limit of West Palm for complying with their request spent more in thoughtful consideration Yielding to the solicitation of many yard county
p. wh leach a bill declaring DanU a I voted HR.ilnitt, the Drainage Itlll be- friends, I announce myself Respectfully
Recently a New York merchant <} ; legally of other than hIm. alt a candi
Incorporated town; a bill abolishing the entice \It wan a live leave In the campaign, people date for nomination before the coming (l. !P*. MNfiLETITDistrict
rich to retire killed him-
9 van enough and a bilge majority ot the people ofI1ado
bid Miami charter and organizing a new self Ha feels lure he will be primaries' ,
edit because the closing up of business county( salii, .at. the polU that they 3.
; city goveinment; a bill legalizing: all the elected If nominated and reelected I shall use >u.
"if he
I' left him nothing to do. The mau' aotstif Airs Annie K.' Dearborn as clerk were opposed to It, and representing gets enough votes. my best efforf, as In the past, to pro. To the Voters of Ureviirl: County

whole mind had barn wrapped up In of the court In and for Dado county theRe people In (the Legislature! my duty He does not propose to trade offa mote the Interest of our whole Public I respectfully announce tmnc"candidate :
wits to either vote their wishes or resignmy
\. the petty cares of his business, and OKNKHAL lULLS snat. single!! oltlee. There ii honor in School System. at next primary, for vl I

; vita those eliminated he was like a The-Flahlna Industry.Keallzlng 1 The Drainage of the Eveigladea U no Respectfully, Board Member Will appreciate nipl
Governor. If it is tainted
being JOHN a. WALKER of all. K B AnwU
the Respectfully,
f' fish out of water. A little less greed great importance of theishlng mill* now, but believing It will benefit
Industry of Floilda, giving, a* Itdoe. thus Kiollon of Floods, I shall, If eluded with dishonor be does not want
for wealth and kindness of human '
more
.l1'' nature with trust In other people pie,*I. employment believe It should to thousand be protected.of peo-\ 1 work vote. an If It appropriation IasskedThr. to continue the tbe office vWALTOV '.<*) *'.***ll.**...*..ltrt ...*.*...tt.i9.'IItF.3' *'**ill

i would have saved that hopeless therefore Introduced and passed a law I voted against tbe Immigration: Bill) ),

1 ,; poverty of rnlnd.II' requiring all non-resident fishermen and bNJl"u"lt would open the gate ot our SELF.LOCKING BLOCKS
fled dealer to pay a license to the State tttte to nv very undesirable titan: of "
The normal man makes money In before enltalln10 t.he.bUlllneall.. That aieliiner and l laborers who would out Patented In all countries Only tackle t LEADING

order to use It for a variety of noblet resident llsbernten are forced to pay tax- wag"n and, depilve, molDY of mr cltlrons block of the kind In tie world. FItted !

purposes. Ha may ba a man of fads Ce on their bouts, nets etc? but the. nou- who have their home with u* mill tielrfatntlfvk | with the Walton-Vtnton Roller

d or a man of social and civic duties resident m.t when the season to''PJ'or" ofjtu honest living. Dearer Useful In place where CANDIDATE s
K' gets a good of the business, anti 'rlle attune' It come of the work 1 have' any !
i' Even his fads may be beneficial to ben sal Is hoisting I* done. With these block I
away .ltboutoonttlbuUnlt done In the Legislature of our !Mate, and j
r others and they certainly give him cent for the privilege If etectei to the Senate, ( c |R1!| continue 1 one man can do the work of two. I

something to live for. In China then If elected to the Senate I will watch to work for the hear iotereat.of. the: Thousands sold In the north. Call FOR k

nan Is trained throughout bis careerto closely all "fishing, bills," and will auu- count lea I reprtsxntAa I and ace them la working order at this f fI
thoan tbat dl'lIlr"I the people
port are by It) corporation, If tbulr measures I *
be ready to retire at a certain age Interested In the fishing business. are right and just I shall vote .with, them. 1 office, or at the Atlantic Supply Go's I

The event la no surprise, and he drops I supported a bill creating a Bureau of It they are "wrong and oppre the people, !, store, Jacksonville, Fla, | UNITED

I. naturally into diversions which he has _. -- -- .
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found attractive. Uvery active man --
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l should have side lines of Interest

I t. (:I'Owtnlp about him. Then relief 1 STATES ? '

from business cares will come a. a CONGRESSMAN Author ofEmployeri Liability flaw In aSENATOR :

pleasure, not as a calamity Florid \'
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I peianto Is said to be the moat accurate Voted for Railroad Commission Uw
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and convenient language ever Florida Legislature In li&7. _
! Inventod for expressing human WILLIAM B. LAMAR \

thoughts. Then It should lie fully Impeached Judge bwayne In Congress. DUNCAN U.FLETCHER

equal to the occasion when the scrupulous

but hot tempered citizen steps on / Introduced bill In Congress to protect.

I r a tack In the dark.. WINNING Sea Island cotton i .

Stands for These Principles :
If Europe considers the diplomatic Voted against free trade on tobacco.
CoaHrol
: of /
Jateral.1. Carrier
Interstate
service merely a'. a means of having Commerce by
Favors National Drainage of swamp' : Commi.oo.
more American coin circulated among \ : F ver. Income
t Candidate for United. State Talc.Sl.Bd. .
and over-flowed land
.
the shopkeepers It is time for Uncle for T.rfU
neri.lo.n. and Benefit to :
Ram to sit up and take notice Favor protection to fruits and vegetable FUrid Parnera and Frail Grower I.

i lost, .. Egyptian CoUoa. '

The German emperor cannot worry : e3r In Florida. I G.*aramenl Appropriation for Harbor

along on $3,1X10,000 a year and might Senator Favors National Aid to Good Iload*. l"Un4 Rivera and W.larw.re.to .

get pointers from the discussions opeeM Tru.la sad aU MoaopoliM.Carr.ner .

y about getting married on $12 per ,F..r. n.I..1Ii

.week. I ',!Idiii6iE6iEfiE;"ttEt46f"' .M f".. .".U.f tff a.

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COAST ADVOCATE:; TITOSVILLE. FLA. MAY 8. a os. gYYYYY

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'Y/'YY'1PYYYY'at"a/ (' 1'Y11f'b'eii 9 TM tbOdVho offered to bet nV4 t TITDSVILLE FLORIDA. I-

,, couldn't do It It being Sunday I :Mason :M. Clark Co. ?

The effect of malaria lasts a long time. I dldu't take the tot and I'm glad, for I t / I
I would have A Favorite Spot In a Favored
lost I have talked more I '
, You catch cold easily or become rundown than ten inlnutHS." Secton-The Famous East Commission Merchants, i

I : ( because of the after effects of malaria. O Coast of Florida. ,

THE DIVINING ROD.
Strengthen yourself with Scotfr # ,
2tJ7W""blnltlon. ALL FLORIDA
ON THE BEAUTIFUL INDIAN RIVER :
EmulJlon. *y) IN. Mysterious Virtues Hidden In the ,
VEGETABLESOUR
I Dowser's Wand.

It builds new blood and tones up your nervous ()1t | In experiment: with n divining rod Tli* town of Tltuvlll I I. situated on NEW YORE SPECIALTY ;

.y.tem. |181 tied for discovering: un.1..rltToun.lupplll'a the Florida But Coast! Railway, U4

t.) of water! 0110 of the geologist I' mUfI souU> of JaeXvonHllv, 145 miles '
ALL a
DRUGGISTS COo. and
| AND $I.OO. 1 Oranges Grapefruit Pineapples. '
0OOO of the tultl'lStale.; geological I j north of Palm Beach and 212 miles ,

YYYY YY YYYY'tf O 'OOOO 1st survey found hut at mints it ttirnttl; north of Miami The TluitvllJe branch -

-- .. -. -- -- downward UvloiKMidwitl.v' of Ills will i of the defunct Jacksonrllle Tampa & =
lional-- Onrllli' but more complete test ,,1 )wl'J that Key West lUllroad, now controlled. by J? Huhlman: : c& Co.

otea' the down turutiifc resulted from flllgbt, the Florida" Slut Coast Railway) Co. I '

BEST PLACE TO LIVE i and-until wutclitHl for- unooiiKcUiu.i also runs Into the to'I' -UIIII being this ) k"
5 :Ml W'aahlu,:tell t'l. I l NKW YOKIC.
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BOBBINS, change In the! Inclination of his tardy terminal point of that branch. Thw th
KO. M. I I S Murray Street, | X, Y.
j I the effects of which wore communl- are several trains arriving dally hum .
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'ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR 'j rated through the nrma and wrists to Jacksonville] and Sanford during the I

Tribute Paid by Dr. James R. I tho ,..." ;No; inivonoiit of the rod from ''''"'11 l( i

oI I AT-LAW. Day to America. routes outside the body could lie de- Aa the county seat of Drevard county Oranges Pineapplesand fe 1

I practice la State and United I States: I tpctcvl. and It scup ...'('lIme obvious i It has a court house and modern .

.Court ,' that the view bold l>y other men of ; jail building, with rarely] over two or I r
science Is ('correct. that the operation I Florida Fruits 'Our Specialty .
Office at TITUSVILLK, FLA. PREFERS EARTH TO HEAVEN. three InrrMUea. The population Is over .
of the "dlvlulng rOIl" l la generally due ....
1000. Illness 'Ja no rare. that one doctor
to unconscious movements of the kale \V. represent several of the largest sliir iera In your State and wish to represan
Intownfiudesmpletlme to act al< fl.
t L. GAULDE or of the rmwles of the tmnd. The
ex.rl"rll1ll.'ltll
Syracuse University Chancellor Tells Justice of the Peace and :No fII,." t" you also. Jive lisa trial shipment, Ktabllnhe] 311 ,oarl.
made chaw that tbem move'ments '
ATTOR EY.AT.LAW. Y. M. C. A. Members He Dotin't lie, besides attending Ni hi*, l'r
happen most frequently 81 t
Yearn For Mansion In the Sky-Defends I' practice "while the other nn:1: tli. ,
,,11 practice In all the Courts of the BtatelorKUt places where the operator's) exj>erienoo ,
and tbe United State Couru. Wealthy, but Deplores Squandering has led him to believe that water maybe go hunting

0 Box,235. :TITO8V1U.E:, FLA. of Their Fortunes tOil lid. I i Around Tltusvllle are a number C ;

tI t The UHeliAwupM of the divining rod I fine orange groves ant vegctabU
chancellor ,
Rev i
I Dr. James n. Day "HEYSER
U Indicated by the frets, that, the rod l farms
WEBB U
I J. of Syracuse university who spoke to a may l>o worked nt will hy the operator|, i Here la virtually the bead of the Indian

I S ATTORNEY-AT-LAW crowded (house the oilier aftoruoon at that he falls to detect strong current I I I lilver, and the favorite point for I

the Harlem branch of the Young Men'sChristian of water ruuiiliig In tunnel mud oilier fitting! out and starling of numerous
, nil practice In the Courts of the 7th
lulL Tares paid'for non-roilident association In West Oue [Channel that afford no surface Indications I cruising parties during our balmy win i

rents mad accounts collected Hundred and Twenty- tth street New of water and that his location ter months; .everything necessary, to BALTIMORE ivI .

8VILLB:. FLORIDA.. York scouted the idea that the United la limestone regions where water flows oomfprtably equip a pleasure yachtcan COMMISSION FRUIT & PRODUCE '
States was lu a state bordering on In well defined channels aro rarely here be obtained at the .moet ree

I commercial. and Industrial stagnation more nuceespful than those dependent| sonable prIces This It evidenced by RELIABLE PROMPT UNSURPASSED FACILITIES ''l
TEPUEX E. FOSTER, on more In fret Its o >erators
He contended'that after all. this Is I a guetmtMt. ( the fact that 'the! lIme parties have PRATT
) WM. HEYSER ST. WHARF BALTO. MD.
are sncceRaful only In region In which sr1
ATTOKNEYATLAWJyal'Upchurch good world and altogether well worth been coming here annually for many
O\'cunll\ definite sheet
ground water
living In."Wouldn't. winter for that puriHwe.; In preference -. '
Hulldlng, .lax. In porous material l or In more or ICMclayey .
,you rather live here than I to any other point along the KaslCoast.
I deposits, such 1111 the pebblyclay
JACICSONVILLE'FLA.: In heaven asked the chancellor. "1 N
or till In ,,which Although H* tow
.would, but I'd like fr iro to heaven failures OC'ur'ellil would Ret water To the southeast of Tlltinvllls] Is the El1.Le .obon i

A. STEWART, when 1 can't toe here. In fact I think anywhere \ I wide sweep of salt water bay (about.

I I'd be rather dlwounted In heaventill Ground water occurs under certain sis miles In width! ), formed by the waters i ,

r FIRE INSURANCE I got adjIlKtt'd.011 can get say definite condition* and KM In humid i of the famous Indian River. Here THE BEER OF 1 '
thing want herM You ran live : QUALITY, ,
presents only, strong and reliable you regions a stream may bo predicted fishing wild duck shooting tailing

companies. under forty odd Jov"n OIPDt". meet all wherever a valley I* known no ono familiar and rowing can -be Indmlgod' In to the '. ,

I, 'IICI' corner Palm and Pine Street the nations of the world eat all the wltt rocks and ground water heart' content of the moat fastidious Dost Tonlo for tho Sick,
fruits of the world and kind
get any .
conditions may predict place where sportsman '
TITUSVILLK, FLORIDA, of climate that you choose. So America bo In direct 11LUK RIBBON hEld: CINCINNATI PILSNER BEER 1
((1'0110118 tl'r can found No appliance On the ocean hooch, nearly a
Is l the bent to lire. Out 1
I place either electrical or mechanicalhas line east ot Tltus IIJe h. Canaveral :2 dozen, . . . . ..::1 l (CHI :3 down. ; . . . $3 00
ARRY 0. UTLEY think when n man can't stay here any yet been successfully used for tietectlng Club surrounded by over 10,000 5 dozen ft (00 to 0 IX) ft down 4 50
longer he ought to steer for heaven water In places where plain sere of land. This property Is ownedby I 10 rtozon: : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : . U tK) 10 :dozen.: : : ::: : : : : : : it'00'to 0 00:
"For my part I've never been very '
common sense or mere guessing would Home of the most prominent and 10'. O. H. Jacksonville, Fla., Bottled at. the Brewery, r
of I
idea
with
PHYSICIAN' A SURGEON. much fascinated the core
e not have shown Its presence Just 'ft* wealthy residents of Boston, who come .
ner Iota and mansions In the skies and
well The only advantage of employ
TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA songs and harps and such things I witch "" the south to hunt every winter. We are also agents for the celebrated I'ABST MEADE, the temperance
I lag a "water as operatorof
l like a place because It's busy and the the divining rod In sometimes call The cool, refreshing, hpal cent. Mold only In barrels, 10

more business there Is tbe better I I sod Is that skilled services are obtained oixme-hvden' e&M wafted across from dozen pint, .tll.CH'( _____ l

\ GENERAL DIRECTORY. like It. Give me kits of work and lots most tM>n so employed being keener the Atlantic Ocean and the broad bay,

of people to oppose me, and then I'm and letter! observers of. the occurrence are one of the moat enjoyable features A complete stock of Imported and tlomeatlo wines Fine' Clarets from |1,00 '

happy. and movements of wound water of this phenomenal location to tl.M) per gallon, In bottles fiO.Ola.' to i$L'JR: \
.
U.B SENATORS. "I men-and old There 4s a large area of primeval
fali laferro,..... ... ........ ..Jaresonv. l l hope you young than the average |x>raon.-Scientific f
1I00Iu'7..".. ,. .... .. .....I.eulllOCOl. men too-all have work. If you American. forest and prairie land beyond the HULK WIIISl lEB HJ.OO( to KI.OO\ TKIl GALLON. j

, 'U. S. CONGRK89MEN. haven't ,you will have soon. This antfonis northern', southern and western noun1darles \ I

H'1ark.. .. .... .. .... .. .Lake City too big to be ruined too big to of Tit u vlll e. awaiting the ad' The following have express charge sdded'to price of goods( e '
8|' rkman ..Tamita. stop long. The business of the country Notice. tilt of t.he thrifty settler to till the
LLamar..e.:: : : :: :: : :. Stontlcello.:
l Isn't going to stagnate or wither. It la fertile soil, which noy abound In .I qimrU Bunny Brook . . |3 OIl FINE Bf.ENDKD WHISKIES.

U. 8. LAND OFFICE. going on. There's too much wealth In IS IIRRKHY': GIVEN!:: THAI SIX: Here be found quajl, snipe, U: It . IS OH Paul. Jones, quarts. . . $5 00 l'
can ,
Ombh ? ...,........Releleter.II NOTICK after date. I shall simply p. il. U.Wlimm gam Mottled In Bowl; ,
< Warren..,... .., ... ... ... ..?Receiver.Oltlue the interior too much property on the County Judge| of llrevwftl oonntf, turkey and deer bunting to suit the: 4 1t1.llwo..KI. . . 4 Mla I.e"I',1I6., 4 quarts . . . IS 11))
*at Galneavllla. ,Florid. too much harvest on its broad' fur final Ul as ailiulnltrau of the quart
surface tt t.t.ut Mrm. Nartiia: 7..IM'hnvler: I most ardent huntsman.Tltusvllle It . 1:1: (Jel llarperIgnart. . . S 00 .'
EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT acres too many factories, too much 21-47 1VALThItSWEENEI.!: 'tias shelled streots. eleo- Bottled in Bond.. Cotoade TonneJiee, 4 quarts . 5 00Ilium's
r. leon, B, Hroward....... .. .>......On vet nor,. money-that's got to "Invested to lie GnvkenliDlmer! .. ft (X1J > t I tJ
4 '
'hyt'rswturd. Socretarr of State. tree lights, a reliable bank, .a mammoth quart Monogram 4 qts. Mend. or
Knntt.. .. .;'::: : Treaiurer. safe for us to halt very long. .......................... saw mill employing about 130 : . U: 75 t' 'bottled In bond "t

I I. ladle. ..' ...AiWrrey.tieoeralCC l. "You've heard that sublime stupid .. Government Bottling; 4 quarts, . . . 4 20 .
Crown,....,... ..... Comptroller. men; several fine brick block and '
I
half dozen men putting . 4 (K) '
;; ; ;; : : nonsense about a Moncrlef Hprlng '" 1
MrLfn.CommissionerAarlcunnre. quarts MonogramIlium's . . 1' 00 L
: tore In them occupied by uDkI'date 19q" )
I Hollows,... ....8ut.| fuMlo Iimtruotlon. the world in their pockets and not i ii very : It Ou.
turd R. Kotter.... ...AdjuUntGonAiul.Bndfurd letting anybody else get any. Why, merchant; a Hoard of Traxl. Also Bottled In Ilond, Sylvan JUn, 4 quarts' 3 20 :

,H"M. ,. ..,... ...."..... ,................Burverur-Ueuaral...Btata Chenil.t.. you may be 'one of those balt"dozGD i IF, YOU RECEIVE!: A SAMPLE five ,white churches, I la>ge: fisheries, 4 .Flees Hermitage . . . B flU( ) Ilium's Sylvan Glen, 0 quarts 4 50 :;
Amos ........... ....,State Examiner These men aren't going to a tanning extract and palmetto fiber Old Good and Bottled<< In Bond. Ilium's "Sylvan" CHen, quarts.. 0 40 ,
Ufflcei at Tallabanea,Florida. some day. : COPY OF Tins PAPER; real Pure NurUi: Carolina White Corn, A (1 l0 Blum's Sylvan Olen, U quarts.. 0 Of) .'
i iIT Ice law and
Methuselah's'prospects
SUPREME COURT JUDGES.DIvish Jive forever. If they had factory an factory Black snd'lilua' Corn, 4 quart, :.1 (110 Sheridan ( lob, 4 quarts . . 2 73Nherlilsn If
< n a of life It might' be a serious t W 1'0- g estate office*. an opera house, a well- Harvest Corn 4 quart, 8 140 Club, 0 quarts . .. |l 00 I t

uM.Rhrklefnrd 1 ? dimes B. WbilHeltl. ;RiHirt; 8 Cockrall.I I get fat and get dyspepsia and die. Tbe ThAT'S and comfortable 'hotel., besides a a 11'

I >lvl{'lon B. Lord takes care of that. Most of them J WE WOULD LIKE number of boarding bouso' In various 33 Send for our Price List EE

IrkTaylor .... .. ... rrenlillnc Juntlce
I;; are fool before they die end leave parts of the town '
llhaio A. Hooker,Cbu.B. rarkClll. their millions to their sons and daughters t BECOME A SUBSCniltKIt.. The facts a* presented should<< have '
. rLORID.LE0I8LATURE.!. : Charles Blum & Co! :
instead of to university.And
Syracuse i attention of
M'Hl'' on, Miami .,, a tendency to direct the
e n..Jono,Titusv'llle i .?,Repre.entahre;; roost of the eons,are fools too. many prospective visitor to our cony :1

CIRCUIT COURT. They spend the money for autos and< i I f town', In making their plans for the .

''''II.Jon"l. Tltuavllle....Circuit JiulTfc.| yachts and great establishments winter Long Distance Telephone 188. '" :;
ao< .Proracutlntr Attorney, .by and by you all .-.NNNNe..e.eNee'tt
IranTorm-Fourth: Tueaday In March. We. I dl rono-Krmnh' Tuesday In Cotouer. "Tbe daughters distribute wealth too. Tttusvllle where Indian River, Ixydg t t
II I COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD. They give some of It to those counts 617-519 W. Day St.TT3HL3E a J".ob.nV'I.11o; F1ft '
Indian River Chapter
No, 90, F.&A.M,
and are full of.
balker Superintendent.Tltusville, no accounts tbe papers }
, T' R. Arnold, Malabar| O. S. Slngle"w Most of It goes abroad but It come The Sower B.e Royal Arch: Masons, Frlenxtahlp _
,toco*| A. J. Carter, Turpbull. back again. Many of the daughters of No S cond Clwitc Chapter No. 11, Order of Eastern Star:

COUNTY COMMIftSIOSKllS.llnn :! the slab dell themselves and give a and Tltuavllle' Camp No 141, Woodmen "
Oood ems myi make the mart : JTOSJ: ZpiPF::: CO
t. of the World and Indian River ? K
,(Chairman ;\ bonus We have a market here In this of mnL ,
'i.TltUIVIII.1. J"hn R.-Allot, lmiianolai much I Lodge No. 103 Knlgbt of Pythias, ''F10r1.c1a.
,City folntj i T.J. Cockihiut Laeati country for rich girl. Just as FERRY J'c oiiaonvi11O: -
market as they have hi Constantinople. meet regularly.
..to lewloni are held lint Monday in each To this market go' all the ragged tattered SEEDS .....- Also a> city telegraph office and M' The best known and largest liquor house

BREVARD COUNTY OrFICEM. royalty that nolxxJy has any use press,4ellerr: a carriage ud wagon inthe State.

( for abmnd. It Is n spectacle for men .::...J"t'I'\ ''..wMUrsM hand mwa Bnl-MUaFear's Meted and a tin and sheet Iron shop.

.Titunvijie..County; tier o>.. and aogrts. You can't .be personal Bead Anew_d ,.. 1505Mn The East Coast Advocate Is published These prices include express charges: These prices do not include express

I f.. Hc11T I lll :, .....Tax AiiMMnor. about slid>> things, but you know what .'boo"boI... UunM a"+e sow1/RI<<7-_till raa eel:. me n. every Friday morning and by a cliargns. If you want us to prepay, add
&beMkJ. Tee
*ll.Tltunvllle.\' Tax OollMtor. I mean end you ran put it down thatmost 4 Forest! Lawn Hye. . ,t 2.75 a* frl loeet 1 gal, !60ota.{ :2 /gab, 7bct.r; ;
1.11T7: Ti tune iile.| I; :::;: ::::: .. Treaaarer. I. M. furl lei., lkaetl.Wu glance through< Its advertising column qU. :3 '.. Wtots. 4 gale.LID.' ( '
otiter. Tltu.Tllta.. ..Cesuperlntenmieut. "of those sales aren't turning apt\ you can easily! sea who are the prominent 12" '. '. A. Tituevllle.' .. ..
K. ,Tituevili. ... .... ..... .Hherlff. very well. And that's a Rood thing. merchants: of our town-men 'who 4 'Deechlanditye. . . 2.73
x'orwuod, :: ; : tbe material outlook Is very : Extra 'Drny., , .Per (jsl. fl.BO
Tltu.villa..Registration Officer "Yes. And we won't blame tbfprosperous. ._ are tip-to-dat cltliens, and who "rs 12 . . 8.0H Excelsior lty." . .. .. .. 1.75

I.TITl"8VILUC TOWN COUNCIL. encouraging. all wont to beprosperous asking for your patronage. Read the 4 UlenI.IIJ. . ,. ., 3.20 Kedman,., . .. 2.00
wllem|I J may"" ,1. Y. Walter marshal tmecause we axis, on every page very carefully. JI" t. .-. ooo Kastland Rye . .. :1.2.: "
WehIi C ourselves. Let ns all be : ' ' .
:
Dn Henri tai:.eaiH>;{ O. A.'Stewartlrun Sample copies of the Advocate 'will 4 Jim liuck'iier Hy' . . 4.K( ) Maryland Monogram .. : a.oo
,o.ir. Prlwhard,P. J. Hall and f. without that dangerous antagonism to FOLEY'SHONEY 12.. .. M .10.0.1. I'"". Valley . .. .. :: : :.1.00
b1 1 alderman' be sent, free, to any part'of the United .n .
The ouuncil lineITI:8VJLLE out of sonrce\of "
meet flows . 3.50
d'114sc4 wealth that 4 's Wopdford Count/. .' 4 M Echo Spring . .
month. malignity and Ignorance. State upon application. 12" .. .. . jo oo 1. W. Harper . . s' "t 8.60/

: BOARD, Or TRADE. "Do you think there's any dans'r of The Sterling Hotel 1s practically .. lt>.. Valley . . ""SuiTvV) !! . . .. . 4.09
J''t R'hh'us'. ,prmldunti i M. Plxon, tno..- anybody's being too big? Not a bit of new, ruvtns' boon entirely.. re-built, 1:1.: M M U.OO( . . . :" B.OO
'' "' .
rUSht In.eacb aenmury.month at Meet their aeoond rooms.Wed- It Of course there are thieves In all ANOT' AR. many more room added dining room 4 Folio Spring! . . 6.K( ) Malt Whiskey '. .. : 3.00

classes of society-thieve* both big and enlarged, piazzas erected and. all DWJ.ern. 4 .4 I. W, Harper . . . ft .) \lp to"s' 4.INI'
J "eorgU Corn . . 1.50
today 4 4 rive Oak. . . ft.fxi
aren't as many convenience Installed and bas .
80 YEARS'EXPRIENCE little. But there will 4 I..wls'WI, . .. .. lUll TenneMee Corn . . ; :: 2HI(
a. there/were yesterday, and they been completely refurnlihed, Aeooraanodatlons 4 Hunter . . . . B.OII N. C. CorD., . . : 2.00/
be still fewer tomorrow. The; are The original are of the beat 4 e..o..I"n. Club. SIN( btone Monnuin . . a.oo
fast disappearing Ira. the gospel of The Tltu.Tlll Livery Stable baa a 4 5. Can WprlnK ttiODli: 6.11//) Tom ( l.W

ChrlM. not legislation, that's doing LAXATIVE cough fine lot of horses and) rigs, tad pay 4 J.E. Pepper bottled ID bond 1U)0) Holland Ole . ." t.RO
remedy. "
'
A sway with them. special attention to the and the 4 "' Duff,'. Mail . . 4.00/ up to 2.00 ,
"Those 'congressmen making saints tout 4 American Mall . . ft (CO) New England I Rum . 1.75 I
No not a bit of It. They'renot For coughs, colds throat and lung sportsman, 4 Laurel Valley (jorn.11...0 up to :2.60
of u,1 ;
troubles. No opiate. Non-alcoholic. /Tbs Tltusvtll Graded! lIIah'8ebool Cognac Peach Apple
TRADE MARKS waking business. Youdon't 4 Stone Mountain Cora 4.00 ..
Dxsmcu In the saint Good ner1bodl" Bold everywhere, Sat an efficient corps of tethers, all 4 /e Gopher OlD 'l'IRlo 4..u< ) Apricot, Blackberry and .,.
". Col vaua"r.! need (law to'make you good. The) genuineFOLCY'S of whom told Sr.t grade teacher cerUftratee 4 .1 Pevtl's Island Gin 4.(.) Banana Brandies, . 1.50
*F.I.Mlnl'. u*et* :: How many of you know" what the ordlnancefc . : : I 5.1 O tt 3.00Don't
4 .Phosphate
: oesees \ and baa a school term' of Catawba
rI; 2."r< \e"ork, art HONEY and TAR Ula
< n.M'--: : .llama of the city of : Port, Sbeiry\ ,
"'r"'a'"' I/tmed.r.e" AND8DO{ There are a great many of them and YeUowpackage. KefuaeaubstitttteaJ. eight month. Hens the children are Overlook These Goods are Blackberry Wines . ; .' 1.00 1:1:
.,, ,., .
"q." yaia t C marh it.:,: a. a T.e.ln.sae you walk: the streets every day and Prepared only by given Instruction and prepared for college Bottled at the'DUtllUrv., up to.' to 2.00Anhcnsc"JU8Cb

nltMsmto ,. te m. think of them. All yon need to Foley A Company Chicago. course, under good moral condition Budwelser Pint l0drxpercask,1120" "

S ti nnflt .lmerlcaa. never keep out of trouble is a spirit of righteou For sale l>jr Tltu.vlHe Pharmacy.f and associations Les cask, per do*. . .. 150 ::1'I I
'You have that within you; Th. Pal mhorst Is another hotel opened t Export Blue Label. 10 dos. per cask. ? 8 M) I
.f" :...hnl n.rrafM".."".. Joa"welly, iav.e.t or....... ,eta.. ness. from violating the law. In Tltusvllle. It I ii nicely located near BEEHSmAST e .. Lea than cask, per do* . 1 IX) 0
ntb..'L eulakrsiln..d.ai., a that keeps you OLD XKW3TAPER3: for Sal
and fitted
the F. E. C. It station U
Hal & Co. "I .came here to talk: ten minute -s__ =-- ---WRITE BOIL PRICE LIST i ,j=Jb.---t == n
t e'Stir.edaNCWr ( Cheap, at this ofBee.t with every convenience.
IJDIoe,,; (;rkrs last outslda the door I meta pious .



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LAST COAST ADVOCATE. TTTDaVILlJSE, F1A MAY .1908.
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HOW TO GET RID OF MOSQUI JAMBS PBTTCHABD. :President; F 8. BATTI VicJjT:

BAST COAST ADVOCATE ORMOND-DAYTONA RACES. I W K, JACKSON. TOES. B. W. FlAiLK Assistant Cashier


W..BLY l017all.1o 1I&01'.D 1'0 Tra >>.,..... tbe Ormond meet I Apamphletissued, STATE :
t 1 of I
HE slogan COMMISSIONER tbe P'l rldaStateDoar.1 INDIAN RIVER BANE
0..... or ran UIDI.II stray LAIR CANDIDATE FOR RAILROAD
!) will be "One Hundred
*Ain SMOAITBBBAVaBOTIOIB.PUBLISH tor 1809 I of Health give tbe following( \

Mile* Per Hour," and' the great ASKS FOR SUPPORT. useful advice respecting tnoequttoe: COUNTY DEPOSITORY. '

*I "VIIIFXIDi.T.: race of tbe meet will he a contest I 'I'b.. oflU of Railroad Commissioner!" Listen! Stop:! just a minute and learn
handsome In wbicl comfort In daytimeand Authorized capital, $ i
for a trophy of the mOlt Important that the voter bow to add to your ioocr
one
BnUred at the I'ostufflr at TUuivltl Florid,! the cars will be required to do one of the Htate have to fill. refreshing sleep at night during the Paid up capital, $25:001:

i a* 'MCond-claM matter. hundred miles to the hour or get I Just anybody might make some ofCommissioner Hummer month Kill mosquitoes Mos .-. ,,, Average deposits, $20ooc!
should give How? Bv oil, and wire screen
If the people
t" CBABLBI B. W ALTO_, Kdltor Proprietor. no prize. The contest will attract him vote enough to place him in office! quito egg can be prevented.from hatchIng .

Member of tbe Florida Tren*Auoclitlon quite as much attention as the two But for this ofbce the people should ex I In cisterns, sewers, water barrels and Transacts a General Baniic 1

mile a minute race, and the entry erclse'oaieful discrimination '1'be place'! well*.

HABBT WIUWK" ,. .. Bupt Controlling'" Booms list will be a large one, for the hon. should go; to the candidate who I I. beat Remember tbat mosquitoes must have Business
qualified to perform tbe duties of Kail viiater to lay eggs In Try the expert
will ha worth the while The
ors and
of preventing
Is notices In local oolnnn, f'ont page( load Commissioner, acting with justicet meat mosquito killing ''
heading Aniericawho Largest and Oldest Bank
of dividend
Automobile Club In
10 mnu a line the railroads aud justice to the peo for a month and receive a on the Hit
IUu fur dlnplay sdvcrtlilng made l known on management' of the present meet ple. ease and enjoyment for every hour expended t th Exchange bought and sold
JD ?
aproluattnn.All':: Klvertlnlnir. Mils become due after flratSTipmranr was so satisfactory, will again run A utmi/ of the announcement made: by In that dIrection. Countries yoiw C1
1 of advenlsnment, nnloMi otherwise In J90i and the driver W. K.: Jackson for Railroad ComroU. 1. All mosquitoes are Irritating, an
the meet ]
ulaUHl In conlrwt. rsrtlvs not known toll loner convince hat be 1* superior noting and rest breaker P..tronjfr a..pre"latfod7Prompt > ,
one
:Ui'!>.. required to isy for advertising; In '.1ranee. wbo took part this year are more to the otber candidates by reason of 2. Two varieties of mosquitoes we poaI'lvely > tr.atmentaodever'ervative banking tarnrWUelsteot.gbp i ;

Ulsonntlnuan: of ad...... mint bemad.personally than satisfied Mr, .Lou It J. lierg greater experience: closer observation \ know to carry f\laeaae: The teg. CORRKSPONDLMH(granted

at this ofllo.or by wrltlnic doll, the young Philadelphia mil. clearer luitlght and a more analytic omyla faclatla convey yellow fever and Empire Trust Corananv. 42 IIr..h",.
chill and fever.
the mala .
anjpheles
t to be bane mind New York. ht, Y
The EAST COAIT An"O<'ATR Is fl.110 per an llonaire promise on Mr. Jackson la right when he aa that The yellow fever mosquito 10 I tbe common The Atlanta National }sankFlaof; .JaCklOnV\JI'\ '
noml nil mnnlhi TftflK. To Korelvn: ( ovntriraft with a car made especially' for the< the Intejeats of tbe railroad and the house mosquito The anphele .Jackeon

a4.aooe..no per annum HuUcrlptluin Invarlalily In. great one hundred mile stunt, and people should be mutual; that the de. live, and are found principally In the TITCJH'VIJ IL.IS, F'LA .

I cabled the makers of tue Benz In velopment and prosperity of tbe peopleare i country .
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.- thai ADVOoArafoInforina-: for In a moasute dependent upon the J. By preventing standing water mosS -
.. writing to Germany IP at once start a car
Non of any kind, the writer will ot.hirs by enClosing railroad, and that tbe success of the qultoe can be barred.
a iUn pad.aildreaiwd envelope him. HA will enter considerable railroad I la dependent upon the prosperIty 4. Cisterns and rainwater barrel and ;Motor :Boat Supplies

I racing team for the 1909 meet and of the people-that there I Is no legit. well, when lined to bold drinking water .

Cboo.......0..11108 Orders.Kto.,nliould In mad will go after the. 300-mile blue rib :(mate reason for antagonism between the should be screened lining wire 20
payable to CBABLBS H \'fAl.7OlfI'roprl'lor.' bon event also. In fait the Benz two. mesh to the Inch. Carbonized bronre Mttil: Order :E3:0"l1Sc.:
,
wire doe not rust and I I. less ezpen.lve
lie say that all the people want I I.
Address all oonjroonloatlona will be an active contender' for all just what they are entitled to, and all than copper or bras wire Oil all privy; for your boat and engine at liberal discounts from )

EAST TOAHT ADVOCATE: honors on track, hill, road and the railroad should want I. just what vault or otber water container on the EVERYTHING prices. The THADK supplied RIGHT. Shafting, I 1'

TrrnsviLLB" rix>aiDA.r beach for Rome time to come and tbey are entitled to, and that the Rail. premises, A half I lat of rellned kerosene pellers, Batteries both Edison and Dry Timers,Spu:

-- Mr. Hergdoll will do all possible to road Commission should allow them no oil\ will cever fifteen equate) renewed feet of CollIn Spark Plugs Carburetors. Brass Pipe and Fittings, Deck Fittings fet*
water surface, and will, when
U. B. Department of Agriculture make automobiling as a sport a real more.Mr. Jackson ha had ten year Itglsla< about every two weeks, effectively pie ig Gear, lioat liullder Supplies.

Weather Uurenu-Jupiter, Fla. sport. ________________ live experience He was a member of vent wigglers: from hatching out. The and BOAT BUILDERS AND USH COMPANIES given special discount
oil make
thin film tbe water
the House of Representative In 1800. a over

FROM a humorous standpoint, 1J01 and 11)03'waa: ; a member of tbe Senate wigglers cannot !get air when they come :Novo': Pn.1D1er: :mng1.p.osarraoged : :
The following II a comparative statement HKVi; and 1007 lie voted for and to tbe surface to breathe. _
of temperature and rainfall for tbe Mr. Roosevelt's latest message has helped to paM every section of the Railroad B. Stock ornamental fountain basins to my specifications with WATER JACKET HEAD, extra: sized pump
week ending Tuesday, May B, 1HH made a hit in the Senate. Not a Commission law on the statute with goldfish or minnow" They will Make and Break Ignition U perfection for Fish Boats Discount allowed,

-190H- -1W07- few of the colons of the upper books eat mosquito larvae (nlgglers). .

DAT*. MAX. MIN MAX. MILT house are possessed of enough In his announcement for the office of 0. Empty and renew dally all drinking Lamb: :: Xznginolsi :
Et It Ht 72 M 73 Railroad Commissioner Mr, Jackson trough and duck pond t
says Ideal for Craft.
ti Jump Spark are Pleasure
them mil.
worldly goods to rate as and
7. Keep premises free of I tin cane
(0( 88 71 84 II: that what we need what we want and i
1 74 00 MJ: 70 llonalfes, and they were visibly what we are l'Iutllled to I* a ready, safe, any castoff receptacle which will hold By writing for prices before sending away I sl\vey

I :a 7u (01: 81 71 perturbed over bis reference to the rapid and cheaper transportation of ourpersons water after rain showers SAVE MONEY money. Give me your trade. 1 have sold goc/( '

a /82 0(1( HI: 71 "crafty rich." Tbe president re product,property and supplies 8. If possible screen with wire all win -. from fernandlna to Mlal I.
4 8.1' 71 M! 70 lie will not be able to see all the voter dews 'tend door Use not larger wire
5 83' 73 *;:a 73 ferred to "a particular kind of: In person, and be I I. taking this mean to than 20 meet\ to the Inch !vv-. o. SN'EDEN' .J'3JN'SEN' I''LQrrapofruit
Total rain fall for the week 33 Incliner rnultl.millionaire, a man of whomIt get before a* many of them a* possible U. Use mon.alto Dele at night, nspecl ,

Departure from normal rainfall for the has been well said that his face This, then, may be considered a direct ally If tbe hounea ale not screened

week minus Jit Inobea Departure has grown hard and cruel, while appeal to every voter to cast his ballot for e 10 Have mosquito) net nut too high ; : : and: Orange Trees.
above mattress, nu that It can easily be
from normal rainfall alone Januay ),
tr hit body hat grown soft ;. whose W. K. JACKSON brushed out. Tuck sides all around under that
y mioul G.83 Inches. We have over 200,000 of the BEST QUALITY can be produced w,
t, HAL.. HAKDIH, Official charge. son Is a fool and his daughter a for Railroad Commissioner. mattress, and carefully\ that there skilled labor and our experience of over 2U years

.. foreign princess." Those Senators are no mosquitoes Inside before going to We bud principally on SOUR OUANGK S10CK. but can supply Grapefr
---- --- -- --- -- sleep *
r- whose Income moderate much and some Oranges on otber stocks
are
BEWARE: OF CATS AND DOGS.
11. Use these precautions; against mo'
l'OITMARTJtn.OENIRAL Meyer hast enjoyed the discomfiture of their roil Till: IlKNKFIT OF OUR CUSTOMERS ALONU Til
qulioes and will have peaceful night
issued an order permitting the per. you INDIAN mViit, we have established a BRANCH NURSERY NEAR FO
who! have the coin and Health and good health
colleagues They are Dangerous to
Pierce where have ) choice and trees budded Sx
foratlon of United States. we 35,000 Grapefruit Orange on
pORtag'eetampe Among the most efficient and least
Indulged In many a hearty laugh Stock and two buds in floe condition\ for
One of the wont menace to life aDd -one year planting
for.thn) purpose of Identlflca when these latter gentlemen were health In the permitting cats and dog; troublesome cujllcldea one devised by; HEMKMBEK-that In buying trues here, YOU TAKK'Tso RISK OF mtnoi
Prof Mime of New Orleans, which con
\ tlon only. It Is aimed to protect seen peering Into the big mirrows to lie about In the kitchen. They ate alsti of a mixture of carbolic acid and WHITE FLY INTO YOUR OHOVK.

large users of stamps against theft In the lobbies, trying to discover If loaded with microbes, both upon their camphor, vaporized l by the heat of a Send for new descriptive catalogue with prices and full Information

-- .. ---..-.. their faces have "grown bard and bodies record and In well their authenticated breath. There evidence are lamp. The door and windows of room GI.ifnJl .H 1011101111 IVlaVWOl'lON.So .

IT is becoming evjdent tbat the cruel." A number also, were I upon)? children getting fatal dlptborla from be troubled closed with and mosquitoes the mixture or evaporated flies are to and Retail, So. Office MIAMI, Fl A.

manager of both tbe Bryan and thoughtful enough to direct Sena. caressing cat. The cat haunt the when after an Interval of 20 minute.
Elklnt' attention to the matterof kitchen whenever she Is permitted to do the be entered with :
the laft presidential candidacies tor room may safety J\IAI..SBV CO., Ailnltltzte: On.
4 I international matrimonial ao. bhit I. especially food of warmth The floor will be covered( with dead Insect .
have fixed their the results the
hopes on
and appetizing odors. If tbe cook' back
41 South Forsyth Street
*. If one window" I la left with the
of the first ballot, and If either fan alliances for, besides being very I la turned a moment, up hop pussy upon abade up, while the others are drawn

find any solaoe In the present out. rich, the West Virginian's daughter the table, Rumpling cream, custard and down the mosquitoes) will be found ou -

look tbey are welcome to }it.Tin Is popularly supposed to be en. beefsteak with her dirty, microbe-oov.ored tbe_ floor under the lighted window Complete line of Engines, BoilersS
tongue. She sleeps In the warmest Mills Shingle and Stove Macliln
,
Ahruzzl Ibe carbolic aold crystal and cam
the Duke of
to a
aged ,
L. .. __ nook of the klicben When she get -
-
phor are mixed in equal weights and Edgers, Planers, and all other, wo'
member of
Italy's royal family. tired of lying In oue position, ahe rollsover
In wash ba
largest appropriation placed an ordinary granite
:
army and
working machinery supplies carr
and shake herself. Uemilt-a clone
r -- aID to be evaporated.( An alcohol lamp
bill ever passed In time' of peace erete of dlntherla I scarlet fever and other dls give the bear, being surrounded by a In stock at doe) above address, which,

carries $03,820,000\) and was .carried WE believe th a law to com* ease breeder, fills the air If her akin piece of stovepipe eight Inches high and and has been our only place of builc.

through tbe Senate in 108 pal every owner of vacant,property feels irritated, she scratches herself violently six inches In diameter. Near the top end for more than a quarter of a century

ti' minutes. When the Naval bill Ie In Tltusvllle to keep it clear of all (Same result Being larger, dog of the pipe one-fourth Inch holes are Get tbe best It will save mom'
arelf possible, even worse than oats in ; you
piled on top of it we shall have new undergrowth: weeds, etc There the lichen The doctor. convention cue punched out,to and admit near the air.bottom Tbe lamp piece are for We can supply yon Write forcatslop

a + proof of what a very peaceful nation are some dangerous Iota around assembled were particularly Severn on safety, I I. set In a tin pan containing one-

we are determined to be, this town that need clearing, and the uncleanly and dangerous custom half inch of water A* the camphormay

.. the law should be enforced by our among people of letting cat and dog catch fire spontaneously If Incautiously .
-- own council. Uncleared lots are make a living room out of the place heated come supervision 1* need : A Handsome Rocker
where human food I II for
IIIE new mileage book. of the prepared eat ed to
prevent overheating
not only dangerous, 'In case of fire
ing.-Florida Agriculturist.BHKVAUI The take but 20 minutes
Atlantic roast Line, good for Flor evaporation ffJ11fl11!
ida travel in distances of 1000\ but are unsightly and Insect-breed- and I is effective Sulphur acts aquickly FREEI
Ing places. Let them be cleared ) COUNTY TKEASUItKKS but its fume last longer and Injure fabrics
Individuals
miles for at 2 cents
per by all means Pyrethrum costs"" more aud must
mile and 600 miles for families f at STATKMKNT. be burned two hour Mitt ilv"
.. Send Today for Full Information
.
I. -- May 1st lOflft.Halaune of cnlllclde Ii the
S 2 1-4 cents B mile, are a very excellent a Eight ounces the
,: considerable v CARE OF SHOES.An rash on hand April 1.t,1905..$ 11.an* 4flAinuuut maximum: quantity to use at one time Chairs ft Factory prices
+ thing;, being a ruoelrert in April 1_....... 7103 6* sufficient
t being to clear a room 2,000

,. concession from former prices, says Total ..+...... ............. ... .. ...f4>,B37 W cubic feet capacity. The method may Illustrated Catalogue Mailed on Request
the Tampa limes. A man and his excellent preventative of shoe Le.a warrant pall. In April 100$, be troublesome but the harvest of tiles -
leather Is vaseline If a small quantity and delivered to County uiumualoa t FLORIDA CHAIR FACTORY
family desiring to visit city hiI ... and mosquitoes swept up after the job Is 1)U)
any be applied to new shoes It will\ soften the arl an U School Hoard ...... ... 716489
for all the
completed amply compensate Ifti
the State can procure one of these leather, .nd It enameled leather will Balance hand May lit, 1908 ..aiXsrTliABOVB labor. 44 JACKSONVILLE FLA.

latter tickets and me It for round keep It soft much longer than ordinarily "-rr', :
I trip purposes at a great saving and repder\ It loss liable tn crack. It B ALAMO*) I* HCLD A* FOLLOW r -- - -- -- --
worn shoo are cleansed and and black. Deposited In Indian River But '
'j The books will undoubtedly pro. ened ,and then rubbed with vaseline Hank;aa per dwhinr rwrtiaoate., at Record of the Past.
mote travel l and business Itaolicil to monthly reportand cash
l their appearance and wearing qualities In sate. ... .. ... ....... .....U,8T216
.. will be much Improved. Have a box: of
,
IALAMCBS BBLOXQUW TO BACH PUVD YOU\
,
oat handy, and when the shoes are taken LOW I No Stronger Evidence Can Be "
if1' Tin project of a great; inland oil remove all mud and dirt lace or button County Ravenn*-flei erai Fund .i,510 10
H, waterway extending from Boston them till\ +mlf full with oat and stuff shied and DrUg .uud. .. ....... at>OI TIN Produced.Look .
...
to Key West, Fla, wits' recently the tops: with crumpled paper. When e Fine Hulldlnir: sot Fund ltire"'iind.; .,.'::: jet 17 M mAI well to their record. What they r vi thydOlJC1
,
45 discussed with President Roosevelt necessary to wear tbe shoes, empty them eo.n aid Knuil.. New l>l.t.r.o': : 477 W have dne( many times In years gone by
and they will IMS found to have kept their M :.. ::::1,013! MJ
e o u e ,, Is the beat of future result
while 3 j( o enI guarantee
members of the House .
from shape, and will not( be drawn if they : ii u M .. .. 4..::: 11-t W
the States interested were present. were the least damp when taken off. u a w 5..,...? 4(4 MFUm Anyone with a bad back, an/ reader
About Want.n Fund.... .. .... ....... tIeael suffering from urinary troublea, from
week bill Introduced
ago a was 1 of Itooruml Persons Fund..., 19 W
in the House providing for a 1Tax Statement Crntyk; ( -(tanttral Fund..... ,,.. t as any kidney Ills, wiliflad In the following
; HMMlal I School Fund O" BUM aid. .. S3 IS
S o evidence that relief and
survey for a 10-foot inland waterway proof cure is

e from Boston to Beaufort,N.C. Tax statement for the month'of April Total .513,17215Jolla : near at hand:

.t y. It is now proposed to amend the 11)08. For titans levied: and collectedfor I Hlta\. County Treasurer, Mr. O M. Myers the well-known shoemaker

tbe year 11)07) ac per Section 6.'. Winchester avenue ROIl J.tthItr.et.
bill so as to for of
provide a -
K survey Chapter 4 m, Laws of Florid '. to Assessor W. H. Hall '
Letter
the entire Atlantic coast as far as Ashland Ky, pays: "DoaD'1Kidney
I follocteil In Amt. vet toAirll
: ::: Tltnsvllle Fla. Till like true friends the .n t.i
: Key West. The President repeated 1908. fat ColU are 1
Co. Her.-Oea Fund.. .. .(3.1J6 lit 1 4.W2 4Jrh longt know them tbe better
that he feels a deep concern in the .Mil Knnil............., .. Ioh17d 8.mM m Dear 8lri Mr 8: C Ashes house In you theyare iErdJ'TrY6 OFf/4'Ew'v' "I
Improvement of all waterways' in toad and I Bridge\ Knn,I..... lmt: 1* 3.B73 tfl Yorkvllle, S. C., was painted Devoe 21 appreciated I can add nothing to
Spew Runt Fnuil l>!i.No. I. I IT) M eTd 69 Y"lUlan and hsdn't been painted since; the statement I first made In 1800 after
.r this country that will aid In fur. No. ft. S6. U idol I HI
I nlahing additional Polls(School run)..,.. .. IKJ uo tel OJ \\I. lea handsome i touae and the paintwas I[ procured the remedy at the Ventura
transportation.Jonv In good: conlitlon when we were
Total..i wtin |i4Ms"jalCt.Ct. ; there three years ag>. Drug Co., and took a coarse of the treat-

; BAl.] A Clerk. A. HnCWAKC.Circuit Court Do we therefore say that Devoe wean meet which cured me. I was absolutelyfree

L. SLLLIVAN, one of Bos i 21! years In foutu Carolina? No; on the from all backache for nearly three
ton's famous resident's Rand! count, where the sun I I. hot, and
seems to 1ear., then I noticed a alight ache
a*
Cure I-rollertyl"or Sale At KauQallio the; flying and cut the bark off trees, ,
I' have been' reading the political doper 3""voo I I. tbe only paint that wean more lie result of a cold. In ray back. A box

f t sheets between his two vaudeville: Florida.I tbADue year.1.oollllle.dl. of Doan's,Kidney !ills disposed of It I

: i appearances dally, and has figured <<..r; Devoe doesn't differ.it have recommended this remedy'to many
it out that his friend are numerous have seven acres of land for sale on I I. tbe paint that take least gallon and have never heard of one who did EASt! COAST ADVOCATE NEWSPAPER AND JOB PRINTING OKFI'
the bank of Eau: Game harbor Indian to cover slob and make lead coat and
.J. R enough; to make him tbe next may. wear longest; how long depend on endorse the claim made for It"For .
River, Fl*,, adjoining the Inter head.
or of Boston says the Courier. SUD. wind sand eta sale by all dealers. }Price CO
of the Intltnte
Kentucky Military
Wherefore he that he quarters Yours truly,
announces cent. Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, N.
t. > 6i: K W. I>DEVOE '
CO
will be
.
candidate
\ a next year, and Water front excellent boating and P. S. via. Prltchard: Son tell our Y., sole agents for the United State. "

elates that there will he something .bin?. Good, safe harbor Flag at*. paint Remember the name-Uoan's-and e I .

t doing as noon ,a* he is snugly en. tlon adjoin land. Train pas for I take no other Does all Kinds of
b sconsed at tile city hall. We advise .ookledge, Palm Beach and Miami: and YOH Typewriter For Sale. '. and Description
''t
4\ Mr. Sullivan connect with West Indian I steamships.line ,
to pick out
a new
of for winter
piece property Draylng and hauling
.I. brand of dope and try another eoal. homes or semi.trftylcal\ gardening. Fine Here' a chance for you. A lecond- '. \
If he continues to hue mental vie. winter oil mate. hand
Yost typewriter for Bale for only .All kind of
Ions of himself as Mayorof Boston Will sell Hbeap. i 10. Call and see It, at the draylng and hauling rob Frirl..t1Y1
attended : : : .
',. we suggest that be consult a palm. Walton Write 8elt.I..ookln:1Block J.O.WAI, .TOW, Co., ADVOCATE office promptly guaranteed. to I and Satisfaction e, .

let.I Boston Mane I
Tiluvllle Fla. Joan Krnus Tttosvllle.


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EAST COAST iiwoci.1'$, WTUBVnJ-BX! FLA MAY 8. 1908 5'

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Mims. I Shop worn. Goods. A, MORGAN, MANAGKR. CIIA8. H. WALTON. '

EAST COAST NEWS. t It was a hot afternoon, and lItra.r't1rk.lna. ..Ii 1 .IiF
Morgan A Walton real estate dealer .
who had taken the children, '
Titusvllle. ft "tba show :Il.IOeGJV: .LrI'ON: :
In to greatest rf
*******************. I seven number
i iNeWSV on earth." felt tbe host and was other- I 8 I;
E. A. Green I II recovering, from his recent I wise! much illssatunoa< "What's the :::

Notoa Contributed bv i illness. the demanded of DEALERS.I
Our Ro ular i nationality of them? REAL ESTATE

.C of East Mr. L. E. Wilson spent the tat of one of the guards pointing to the elephants.
Oort Coast Corre
,0 pondents. i May at Oiteen. "

,0 .. 1eee.................. ....._._.*.....*................ Dr. J. C. Spell wa In Mima on Mou. Those are from Africa." replied the (Licensed.) I
.......N. day, professionally. man, and Mrs., 1'(1tkln. looked dubiously Watch this space if you want to buy property !
from the great animals to the guard :
tlRit Miss R. N. Mlms I la having her house
< Please need all communications Rockledge.Mrs. repainted this week. and back again to the elephants. on the famous Indian Rivera:

Item for publication to "Editor, "They appear dreadful light colored ..I ,
Fine ;:
showers
Fla. this week, and vegetatlon to hare from Africa, soeuis 1 tome \
Tttuvllle come
oars, Frank White of growing I luxuriantly. No. L Fine building lot In SuitS '11tusvllle : w,,,,
Daytona, I II Hdt 1 ." she remarked "atul that giraffe No. 0. Northeast t{ of northeast tf, ,.
log Rev. and Mrs J. II. White fronting lN( feet on the Indian 18, township 3* south, range41 east, : ,
Charles sec
f We cannot guarantee to publish Cirllle, of LaGrange, calledupon << neck ain't what I expected for longtl, River and extending back to Front street, uncouth fork of Lucle rt..er40 aorea."I. .
"tIC! that do not reach this office before now Chas Wernlng! formerly of Rockledge, f i lend here on Sunday either and there's only one ,double a distance of :a73 feet' an Ideal spot for a Dade *H WU,(N) acre ; .
a resident county per .
Thursday. 8"er of Grant, Is visiting J. B. A. J. II IIlJt\D\ bottom. of long Corner, bumper among the camels, anti tho Winter Home. Price .4.H.iO.( j a
,on wa here on business on Monday.) hair' all rubbed off him In sK| >ts. 1reckon No. 2. Lot 10.tiT.25\ on Front street. No. 7. A rare bargain: A 54 tore '
, '" II. J. Magruder.of. Oak Hill this Isn't tbe first show h,,'. line tract of land, 10 sore of which I I. a bearing Ii 'j
front the
Jar was rlaitIna ; Captain U. )R. Masters and family water just location for a Mel- :.
were plantation near
Will correspondent oblige us by hla parents, Mr. and Mr*. C. B, Ma. !guest of relative at Osteen last week. been In by a Rood deal." residence, live minute from poslofllce Pineapple Dock,
vod house
bourne. U Packing
njr the name of people and place grader, on Saturday.D. She detached the youngest Perkins mid stores; price, HX.00.) Pine< foocltl with woven it t
tramway. are
'." !jjnly as possible t F. Merwln has sold his orange erov In G.Mini Nolle*. Plenty has tbe will finest watermelon. from the monkey' cage and turned No.. 8. West h of northeast l{ and wire fencing 'I'hll! I Is an exceptional ,
90
>e ripe by May
''Y\I\), adjoining Mr*. Chatfleld1 property to a again to the attendant went S southeast '4, sec lit( township chance for A party who will\ live on' the 1, i
Mr. Seneca, of Aberdeen, Md. W. A, Green I III again In Mime with "You tell the manager of thin "bolV 3J: rang .11)), Itlt :20-100.! acre, bt.! Luole place Crop last year, 1,500 crates. : r..

Melbourne.uRD Dr. Hughlett was called to attend his brother, and expect to remain per. from mo," she (,commanded "that I county *(.l,(K) per acre (Price" If sold before A I'rll.1", ft nOO.OO.( t
manentl,. No. 4. S. W. l of northwest l and Title i ,
Major Magruitor, on Saturday, and had han't pay 60 cents for myself ant { { perfect
'testate him much relieved In a abort time. N. J. Halley has resigned his positionwith f 1.73 for this tines of children another west 4 of southwest tj, sec H: : township No. S. 10 acres In Lot No. 3, 8eo. 28, .
W. OOODB -H*&l NotaryUo 8J: tines 3D, 1:JO, acres St. Luole
M Kast.
Prltchett Bros. :21 South Range j.
4 a* night watch colored anta Township
to lee light elephants
Agent
Aetna
and 'onnvanoer. ( Ifor Mr.And Mr O. year
Currier closed their county ft 11.041) !) per acre. Hammock land suitable fororange A
rMTwol I and London and aiol>e, n *! *Companies. Hpoolal attention on Monday, and left for No, fi. :Northeast IS of southeast fi, *, grape: and vegetable, and Is
Ito u.Inle""ta at nan,resident their summer home In New Jersey Mr*. Ii. C. Smith spent May l Day at neck and legs and a poesy of ali gle slid township :IN south, range 41 east; located about a half mile north of Titus. .

Nearly everyone from this part attend Oitwo, and attended the dance that bumper!, with only one double bumper close to O. K, Wood's pineapple plantation \ An exceptional bargain. Price, '
gub crlptlon* for the ADVOCATE, ed the May and all evening. find hint secondhand! on HU Lucle river; 40 acu-s, hade ttMM>. Half cash; balance on time, to J.J.111I0.
alt pink pRIer| of the East Coast, will be considered it :!o:0: ever held 1t+. S. Ballot la fast recovering from "You tell him that from Mrs. I'bl- county, |U.(Ml ;per acre salt purchaser .'
t : ,red *t tLe Melbourne Pcmtoffice., there. bill recent Illness, much to the pleasur lander Perkins, and tell him I meaD I It .

5ptSte Mable Wbltacre i la home again Mr. and Mr. A. N. Clark left for their of his friends. too!"-Youth's Companion you want a home on the Indian River, call and lee u*. We have many

iTituivllle. I summer home in Plalnville, Coon, 00 G. E Marsh left on Saturday for his LOCKING bargain In Husvllle and, elsewhere on tie Kast Coast
Tuesday Mr*. Clark has been very lick home la North Carolina, after pending ALTOS BLOCK to'to'If 1!
n AddUon Fee received a welcome for the past two mouths, but had Improved the winter, here. are for st by the Atlantic Supply Morgan: ot WaltOI1: j
old Melbourne Mends.u '
abet many HO much that she was able to Sunday school Sunday after. On, Knst' Bay street, Jacksonville, JUt.1C4'l'A'I'K ))ICA IKlts, /

Helen Miller' friends are pleated take the trip. noon at three v'clock.every All are cordially )!'I.. TITUSVILLK, FLORIDA. 'I i
,
paey .MI ber bright face In Melbourne Miss F M Bristol, Miss A. A. Bristol, invited to attend. ------ ---- .- --. .--- ---- !, !t t..
a. Mrs. Mary I Dalton and a I lady friend let Wood Sale
Mr. Cox after
spending a few week for
n. R. W Oood spent, last Thurs- for their summer home In Hillsdate. N. her with his sister, Mr*. Smith, left for "
sod Friday In Cocoa as a guest of these Y., on Wednesdays We regret to have his home on Tuesday Pine or oak, any length. Al.o plow. Percy G. Walton ff t w wT'itulwi11o
bcboonmaker and family. good people leave us, and hope ,
address J.
they will return early next fall. A heavy hailstorm wept over our log and harrowing. Bee or
tptain J. 3. Samson aed wife, Mr. neighborhood Monday afternoon, hut W, Jamison Tltnsvtlle. Fla. {
lira Alex. J, Goode and son, Prlcb- We were sorry for Lackland Singleton, did very little damage. : Fla.. '
( ', rod Claude Edge were among those who was taken slow with the mump and t
'spent May-day in Cocoa could notaitend graduating exercise Mrs Nolle and Mr. McGuire were la JOB PRINTING of. all kinds done at I I
with hi* class, and receive his diploma. New Smyrna last week,, visiting the, this ottloe, at reasonable rate. Give \1
. i May day Melbourne about 60 band Melbournelte, Lackland Is the third son fit our towns former's ton and family, us a share of your work. FIRE AND TORNADO

ga'e ittucoft.ding the All reported a,good spent time tbe man, Oeo. M. Hngleton, and Is a' talented Captain and Mrs. C. J. Coggln, of Cocoa INSURANCE. ;: ;

cnio, ball game add danoe. young man. were In hums this week, looking) NO MORE PURSERS ON THE .
A large number from here attend after their orange grove.P. .
ear*. John D. Lee and Wm. Tidball CLYDE LINE
the
hiving great sport, these days, fish- all pronounced exorcises of It the of Cocoa the finest school, and W. Roberta spent'! May Day at 'Cocoa RiILIABLK COMPANlKH: I'ROMI'T PAYMENT: OF LOSSES.' I I i
one
enter. ami attended the Masonic
meeting "
elrrn weather TheMe gents got were warmer wise North.to stay un talameut they ever saw There were that evening, returning on (Saturday The Clyde, Steamship Line have abo. LOWEST UATKrt, ACCIDENT" POL1CIKS ISSUED.11WTOTL .

or. Oeo. R. Lyon and family are some display very of dramatic good essays talent, muslo, and and Siiperin a fine Mrs. 1'. A.week and daughter were la I shed the position of puiser from, their. : : ] IO.t: 71" IN J'IANcrl
and their duties wilt hereafter
tendeut Mines last visiting at the hospitable steamships, ,
In tnelr elegant borne In Waukee- Walker never spoke his piece
,110'I ilL They wrote to friends here belter. home of Mr. and Mr*. J, Z. Kyzer.Edwin be pel formed by tbe chief steward MARINE AND FIRE. HATES ON APPLICATION1. r"

I)( they had found cold weather since E. Knox, 'of Titusvllle, wa, of the line, all far a* the passengers are

teaL kft sunny Indian River. The World's nest Climate driving through Mime on Sunday afternoon concerned. The steward will hand) Your Business Respectfully Solicited !

r. and Mrs. GoUache have sold their I II not entirely free from disease. On the with one of Tltusville' pO(+1t18r tbe fares, assign passengers their berth

utlve home place, on Melbourne,. high elevations fever prevail, while ot young ladle*. and seats at the table, and his asslstan Reference: Indian River State Dank, Titusvllle! Fla ,
"to Mlci Aluda Pine of the lower' levels malaria I II
Chicago encounters Several of our prominent democrats
will see that hi* Instructions are carried -
till welcome Miss Pine to her newt to a greater or IOHS extent, according tc. spent Monday In 'Iltusvllle, and bean '
and send all good wishes to Mr. altitude 'To overcome climate afTeotlon > the address by Governor Broward. at the out. : :,
Mrs Gottscbe In Oregon. We know *, lassitude) malaria Jaundice'Ln.I Ilousneas Courthouse EES-
will return ere long for winter vii fever and ague, and general lrayutg T .:: ::: ; 1
Mrs. Ads
alley lave bouts of dear friends debility, tbe roost effective remedy I Is feumtnorlo, of Oraro, WIs.,
Electrlo Itltters, the great alterative and expect to return to her home next Draylng or hauling of sill I Ind prompt ,I Idnd.
blood purifier; the antidote for every week, after a lengthy: visit with her sis y attended to. Meet all train*. Stove

Valued Sumo As Gold. form of bodily weakness, nervousnnsi, ter, Mrs.. C. S. tUllou. wood. for sale at all time. From OcUawaba Nurseries are giving| greatest satisfaction to ,our hun.,

,S 0. Stewart, a merchant of Cedar and insomnia. Sold under guarantee at that 11. R. HOLTEN. Tltucrllle. of ouato"lr. In Ylorld. They always

,ID'WP ', Miss., says: "I tell my customer. the Titusvllle Pharmacy. Price ftie. llano On. grow, and they always l hear fruit true to Dame of variety -
o they bay a box of Dr. King' New I Cold that' bang on In the spring deplete WHY USE OLD STYLE BLOCKS,

Pills they get the worth of that Indianola. the system, exhaust the nerve, wben you can buy the best bolf-Lock rrch kjold la weight, if aftllcted with and open the way for serious Illnes' Ing Tackle Block at nearly the same Some satisfaction this,
.tlpatlon, malaria or bllllousnfss.'. Take Kolcy's Honey and Tar. It quickly price. Now In tie In the United TUK SUCCESS OF, YOUR INVESTMENT
ID'' !oDder guarantee at the Tltusvlll bo tops the cough and expels the cold. It States Army and Navy Department. depend on the tree*'you plant MAKE NO MISTAKE, but come to
There will service
racy :jjfto.Georgiana.. next Sunday ''III safe and certain In result. Tltuivllle Examine them at the,ADVOOATK: office
T.Ong morning only, at 10:30 o'clock. Preach. Pharmacy Titusvllle.fjlf for Reliable Trees I Tre l to arrive
Ing by the pastor, Rev. Wrn. Stones. -_.----------- Headquarters tlo.llon na order fSS

''rgra *jj jjHughlett Rev, Mr. CaUerall and .lfe, Mr. Oklll Do you want to buy some tilne. don't, we replace tlo n. NO WIIITE FLY.ADDKFHS .,
and two children, Mr. Itobllng, senior, Fort Pierce.The apple laud In St. Lucia I .and Dad
r. baa been called to attend and Mr. Arthur Kobllng, all left Satur counties f I have some to dlspo,
ttlitfeld\ whose condition la quite day for Scranton, Pa. (i of at a sacrifice. I have no time ,- Oa W. CONNER Prop'r.FLORIDA.
'nun. editor of the AUVOOATK has some to look after It. Address, Chas. .
Mr. E. A. Hildretb started' for his
land for sale Lucle 11. Walton, Tltuivllle, Fla. '_
bt.
on River which
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r Cannatta came down, Saturday, home In Columbus, 0., last Friday, goIng _. .
i IndUnola) to pick and ship hisfes. a little sooner than lie expected to will be sold cheap. He baa no time to -- -- --- FLORIDA.

on account of his wife' Illness, look after It. In a few year this land !Slice itopnlrliio __ ______. ___ .__ ... d. ._ _.. .. __ ___ _..._ _
..rn, May I, 1908, to Mr. and 11'1. A number of tie men attended the will be worth four times as much a* I la I do all kind of boot and *boe repair
Brown a line daughter. Mother Masonic meeting In Cocoa Friday evenIng now. asked for It. log, and do not forget It. Opposite Ja.. )
thud doing nicely.r at which lime two degree were con Pritchard !Son: ANDREW Gumoif, East Coast 'Lumber & Supply CoDEALERS

Page; shipped one of his cows down ferred upon ]rev. Mr. Catteiall. -, 'Husvllle, Flo. -
:Nice rain have fallen the
"daughter, Mr, W. B. lIalullD, In A number of our people attended the past week re's
Ht I one dy lust week. Mayday picnic at Cocoa last Friday and L. Baker ha returned from a visit to H JlluIr"ln I IN- .

three Misses Robinson and Mis enjoyed the day very much. Most of the Georgia \ Lumbor: : cb uilcling: a..tor1.a1
Mt young people remained, or returned 5 acres,hammock land, 4 acre of bearing -
r home Wednesday la Kenosha of, Wl last. week for again, for the dance In tbe evening. town Harry, Tuesday.Jennings, of Walton,, was In orange grove, about 1 mile from StvIon. OK ALL KINDS.

r. E, V, Mr.*. David Carter, her sister, Mrs. Crops-1!>05.$80.; ltJo4tiIn.11107! | f
Hall Goff and
took tbe boat Lena to Hupt In their
Tucker, and cousin, Mrs. Klngman, left party privateoar *VK()I). Will be ld at bargain. -
''Jllie Monday, to have her hauled for their home In tbe has been stationed here the lotere. *) a JUST RECEIVED IN fORT PIERCE CAR LOAD OF CORRUGATED GALVANIZED IRON
wd put |In first class Monday morning d'YI. This U. a rare chance for anyone who/
coalition. Kast. While here ttrs.1}after bad considerable OOFINS WRITE US FOR PRICES.
j lie a number. of our people went to work done at the house, and n.I B. Halsten attended the May Day want an orange grove.Address x,

,", day picnic at Oleander Point. ballet tbe contract for a new boat house, celebration at Cocoa, returning Saturday MOIIQAN A: WALTON' __ .n .. _
repel ted the largest crowd and tbe to be, built this summer to A. S.: Hum night. Titusvllle, Fla. .

Plcnlo la a good many year phreys. _--_.__ Rev George Moore held' service In /tit.: t W. .HCTITUSVILLK PARKER: :

ni'irhl 4 day will be observed, 'as $100 Kewanl $IOO. Andrew's church last Sunday morning .................+....... .. .. \
Books have been ordered with to a large congregation. I
FLORIDA
tillable for the occasion. All the The reader of this paper will be pleased 'I'' ,
tilt be decorated Come, and i to learn that there I II at least one f At the regular meeting of the L 0 O. TO Tin: and Shoot; Iron: '''%7Oroxlc.ozv'
Monday night, Messrs. SUBSCRIBERS.
TOW flower. dreaded disease that science ha* been Dan McCarty, j jAn i'
r Hemming, Halstens and llifv. McNa- TANKSOF1tLL KINDS' MADE 'JO Oil ;tEll,
able to cure In all its stages, and that I II
-- mara were given the 2nd and 3rd
degrees.
It Jutarrb. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is the only ROOFINO-TIN: AND GALVANIZED IRON

Hutched the Spot. 1>OIltive cure now known to the medical Peter Raulersoo, of Tantle; J. F. Hell, order of the 1'oi.ioffloe De <[ BOAT PUMPS AND TANKS A SPECIALTY,

E Humphrey, who owns a large raterity. Catarrh being a constitutional (If White City; and Paul Kroegel, of Val- : 41> Dealer In BICYCLES AND: BICYCLE SUNDRIES 1 1clonoralltopair
II' store(. at Omega Ohio, and Is disease require' ) a onstltutlonal treatment ; karla, were la town this week, attending partment, Washington, I). (), ef '
t >f the Adams Oolinty Tele- Hall's Catarrh Cure II I taken Inernally to their duties a* county commissioners : active Jan. I 1,1)08! ...ro"1II8IIbat Woridc.c" ,.-

,1 f' as well a* the Home Tele- acting directly upon tbe blood Quite; a number drove down to Jensen _____. .. _. .
subscriber hall be - -- -- ---
no delinquent
.e 'f surfaces of the ,
KI Pike County, O, says of and mucous system Sunday, to sue. tbe result of the bad
''aits New Discovery: It saved hereby desirylng the foundation of tbe Irs early that morning. The citizen of carried longer than t.hrco emontbt J |
j. At I think It did. It disease, and giving the patient strength I I :
has x
that :
"> J reach thenspot, the 'nest by building up the constitution and as- III their town great misfortune our deepest, sympathies giving a* a reason that the departmeat < \ lY'1tlYlgt: : :

r' 'Kb: when" everything else fall. slating nature In doing Its work. Theiroprletors I* furnishing a low rate of ,' ',
Dr.' King's New Discovery not have so much faith In It* Ian : I PAPERIIANOING KAIJSOMININO VARNISh ING '
: FINISHING'
n' postage on and does STAINING
newspaper
'' .r tbe cough It heal uratlve power that they offer One hundred A ,* Luck.'The .
""t spot; that It fail to ; /SIGN: PAIN'llNG OK ALL KINDS, };TC. 't tOld
P >ts and the weak spots In Dollars for any case BO for tbe benefit of a bonallde*
.t, 'lungs and cheat Sold under ure. Seud for lint of testimonial luckiest day of my life wa when = ; Furniture made to look like new. Mirror! Made and ReSlltered.Reasonable !: .
\11'''' at Titusvllle Pharmacy, 50o Address F.J. CHKNKY Co., Toledo, I bought a box. of Bucltlen's Arnica cilber who pay for his paper J ; .
st''' Halve," write Charles r. liudahn, of Rate*-
lr bottle.. Trial bottles free. Ohio Please take notice of the "b-I;
Sold by all Druggist, 75c. 1 racer, California. "Two );)0 boxes
, AL.VOCATK your Job Printing pile., which had troubled me for years C .
lon. iiid that yielded to no other treatment" paper or wrapper' every week. Shop jo Bcrlmgeour llnlldlng,

Orange Grove For Sale.. oliI barrnacy.kinder guarantee at tbe Tltusvlll e e4.44 NNNNNNr !.! TITU8VILLK:, .!* FLORIDA .

KIBLINGBBlutofflobile _. 4

Famous Turkey Creek Orange Grove Dade County Land For Sale. BUB8CRIBK FOR THE f Hodgson Bros. West End Pharmacy

and Truck Farm for sale at a bargain; FLORIDA TlMfS. UNION ,

200 acre of land about one mile river For sale,cheap, the northeast quarterof BAU OALLIE,, INDIAN RIVER FIJI EAU OALLIE.' FLA.S. .

and creek front; several hundred bearIng southeast quarter it section 8, township The Great St.,.Paptr Marine Railway; C. Hodgson, M. D., R P.,
CO 38, south of rang 41 east; close to DsILT ::r.'D4'' peMO.Ttt
orange aDd grapefruit tree; acres Tafax .' i Mom .., "I Proprietor.Corner .
O. K. Wood's Twti't Mesa ..9J, >> General Hercbaot and Ship Chandler
well eal- pineapple plantation onSi
suitable for celery. Artesian of Young and Houston Street..
H WHEELS. Lncle River 40 sere. The Seml .Special Facilities.,
ly driven. Flag station of F. E. C. Railway ; -WeeWyllmes-Uniooand

SOLIDTIRES known as "TlUman," on land.) Also, the northeast quarter north- : The Farmer and fruit Grower J or Oaullog; Out, Storing amid Repairing I Complete 8toek of Drug and Druggist'sbundrU .
suited for winter emit quarter of section 18, township 38, I I *, Cigars, Stationery, Per- G
U* IAdar I.a..V tb dnMwl '
ANDARD Beautiful place; just mtwa.aly' Yachf and Launch fuoiery, Toilet Articles, +
TREAd: la Afrl ulUml. cad CIUM rrulu. U 0
of Melbourne south of range 41 east; on sonthfork ofSL >
home. Three mile south tea' ,..,.pen Io i Souvenir Card,
37 5.00 I, Apply to D. L. Oaaldeo, THnavlJle, Lade River; 40 seres Apply to Mall r ,ou,..._..!"airHff"fflof1diTlmeiUil.iJlckjot Mmtlon tile 4BVOCATD wh.. wrtUng. Candles, Kto. '
and
Up. Melbourne CHAO n. WALToN I I
Fla ; or Ooode Real Estate, illiFU.
UJDERWOO, FortPiercena. Fla. tf Tlta vIIle Fla. JOB PRINTING done at this office Prescriptions Carefully Compounded. .: ra

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EUOT COAST ADVOCATE TITDSVILLE. J'L.MAT 8, 1908.

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SEED-CORN. I nothing inembered but that!good In silage oil of warn tbll'fed'worl and I Y w a ,a r i ir FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWA

DO spoiled allege was allowed to accumulate '
tttorago Place Should Do Dry, Airy and i In or around the silo When
Free From Frost LOCAL TIME CARD No. 15. IN EFFECT APRIL
adage impart a bad or dlaagreeable 14, ,INo. le
3ecd corn should bo stored In a dry flavor to tbe milk from It '
produced .
19 No 7
No, 99 fAIN LINE & No.
) 98-
well ventilated ..
place aa soon gathered almost Invariably the cause la tbat tbe Dsily Dally De.lly

atxlln inch a way tbat each ear silage baa net been fed properly or 1 ,2xav 1 pm wi i'r. __....M. Ie sons T-_.... r : Dally.
\vlll bo exposed to a free circulation of ...B.Augntlne.Lv' /slopw ,' '
that spoiled altage baa been uaed. 825pm 1066 am
t: : ::::: :: :
nlr. It should never in sacks r, 7 a2 pm l l Cu sin : = gait YalattL. Lv J a oa pm i t sa
hectored
It ahould not be understood from tb'ladlacuHBlon nkf, 812 pm 196 pm La.Ormond._.__..Lv S 21 pm qa:
t boxes or barrcj or In piles on the floor, that tbe time of day a food y a uo pm L9A" pm Lv__..... ., n.L" lOT pm 1. i1118pm ..
for here the i I. I incut to Is 10 pia I"1'J' pIn -.Neaemrrna.Lv 180 pm
corn a
sure
lit fed which day impart a bad flavorto Tlmrvhla. .LV
f' mold or ferment and lose Ita vitality the milk III'or no conMHjuence., All 1200 at 412.99pm pm: w.; =: ,Grout.,...:..:: =Lv 1m c:: ,. ern- :in

Neither should It be stored over large feedsatf this nature should be fed after Ilo4sm ae am 116 460 pm pm: t;:::=:.::::.Eatt.Rockledae..L.::::..:=: ; 122ApnIl 11H am i.. :is:

bles quantities of imall grain or over ate milking and not before to avoid the r 1249 2 60 am am a gg c: Lv.Lv.Melbourne::::=:;:::: FI.'Pierre.::::.::.;:.::::.Lv.U 1114 5 66 :: ::
occupied by animals for from th. tit
possibility of producing/ an unpleasant ', got w'est Palm Bracb. T fla an
grain and stable moisture la constantly flavor In the tclllc. I eon Ia6am am 1046 c: t:.:::::.r6 Lsuderdale...:;::::t; ire sin am r. hm

Chen off. The corn absorb 7116 am H:: t--::: : : = \::: ::::::::::::: 9610 60n. sm m e yp)t ra:
this moisture and In Injured by Mold tllou.m .1000.ID .._.....Homextesd....._ ...L" '"210pID ,I
or frost The 8ecortdCC Crop Potato. t300 Im ....._............... Ar.Knfghl'Kerlleck..a..Lr..... ..... I 1200pa Wen
Wherever the corn la stored It should, Tbe second crop potato baa com to r. g .Dally xecptfe uoday. tHllod." aDd Thllnda,.0111,. tTumdari and Bati.nl.;;;
stay Jbe yield from such la not materially
either be bung up or placed In drying PALATKA BRANCH "-
renter but this vine la more .. __
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I vigorous, resists !Insects t better, ma- Leave EAST PALATKA Arrive Lave PALATKA TO A';

d4alk 1 lures earlier and there are very few _Poloaka TO PALATKA Palatka PalalkaTilo I :

full, says a southern writer In Country ( MamMam No. 4fl 6 Warn am ...,:..
Uentleman. In tbe came cellar the mm ( ..........>o. 4$ L a1ly,,...... 646 am 8 DO amIt .
825 am1160am ............No. W I ally,........ 945 am IB am ::: : : : : : 1: :
sprouting of the spring and fall planting Y .._......No. 52! Pally, ...... 1210pm Ito pm
\ of tbe same kind varies elx weeksat 4 (A pra ?, ....No,64D.Ily.,., ...425pm 1Itfpm: :.:.:. : : : )):;
6pm ._ .. .No. M Dally.. .,. ft 15 pm 7 OB pm ... ,
least, and all potatoes Intended for Four Sailings Each Neck 1ij m ., .,,?,....No. M Dally....?..>...... TMpm a:oo: pm _- :t:':
late use are for this reason full grown.
BAN MATEO BRAN
Another advantage in the fact that BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK Leave EAST PALATKA Arrivo |_| L av*
when a large second crop potato la e Est San San
planted it Is not prone to spring more Palatka TO SAN MATED Mateo Msteo

than two eyes and to find a three sulk Calling at Charleston, S. C., bothways) 5 e0 am ..No. 49 ndy,. ,.. 560 am 900 am I.,.,.... '
.,..,...,. 66 D./I/ ............ aaM1 m aril m ..,....,
effort stool even This la Is a tbe careless reason planting there are la an so The Finest Steamships in the Coastwise Service K.. SI ho. IDDally No. 17Dally MAYPORT No. 0I

Very few culls. The northern potato Dallyeoopm BRANCH

matures nbout with our second crop. Clyde New England and Southern Lines.plrect 2 oopm a 46 am 1v.Jarkeonrllle..Ar TOO

It has von general acceptance in the Service Between {B40 pm|> 245pmT10'm8"0j 140pm65pm 1021aro 1026 sm,1.vAllantlelteach.Lr Lv.P.bloBsseb.Lv 516 I

,on 11), uiid theoretically it ought; to be | >r- 1041 am_ i A T... Mnyport,. ,.T/T 00 I
as good. It hall been tried by hundreds Jacksonville, Boston, Providence and all Eastern Points T4 3 No. I Co. a No. 4 I
of lhlly ballyez. Orang.CltyBr.nch Dallyex. I> I
planters side by aide but the con
senses of opinion Is that in every Impartial (Calling at Charleston, 8. C., both ways) /) u. Nun gun.flOOam. ex.Bun Sun. ex.
140 LT. New Smyrna Ar.LT. 115pmI1 600
pm851pm pm
ltTINCl SMALL tjtlAllTlTlKH. trial the native seed la superior. kmthbonnd ...............,...,.. SEMI-WEEKLY .SAILINGS.. ........'. ..fromLnwIi Wharf, Soon 10 BO am Lake Helen Lr.LT. > pmaopra 411 pra
The second crop seed Is notvdlaposed Northbound......... ......,........... ...... .. 8M ftraJ40 10 MamII00 Orange Cljy LT.Af. 410 pm
from foot of Catherine Street, Jacksonville
rack In tbla way ,It will dry but to pm am Orange CHy Ja 818 pm 4 00 pm ::Vi::::;::: ::: :::::::::::::::::::: : :::
run Out. The writer still continues -
readily and will be free from danger the-Mme /
lineally stock ha first purchased -
of freezing. Corn that la thoroughlydry nearly or quite twenty yearn Clyde St. Johns River Line .e'I boss TIME TABLES ahew the tlmti at which
will not be1njuix.il by freeklnc. rlTe.nd d |>art from the aTeral atfttlonm but their
ego, and tbe last planting la aa vigorous st.ted is not euanatesd,toe does the Compasy bold .
When too amount of corn to be BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE SANFORD.
and healthy as thb first !ran enn.s.nsnse.rt.en thsr.frnm. l
stored la small It should be Lung up. --- Stopping at "Palatka Astor, Berciford (DeLand), and intermediate landing on the For rnpr of tho r.neol Tim Cant or O !I
This con be readily nccompllahvil by : Bt.Jolmi "MJMM Tim TICJiOaT (
... tying, the ear together In .palra. the Th. Corn Brooding plot. Steamers "CITY of JACKSONVILLE"li J. D. RAHNCR, Assistant General P
buaka being left attached fur that purpose The following advice to New England appointed to rill a* follows i Leav JackaouTllle, gundayi,Tuesdays and Thursdays, at 3:30: p.
and hanging them over a wire corn breeders is given In Rural m. Ret.rnfoe.loses Bantord.Mondays, Wadnetdayi and Fridays, 10,00 a. m.
fattened to tbe beanie or rafters. An. New Yorker liy II:. It[. East, Connecticut Yuth i' inn Hnnh BoundReW BULLETIN N6. 2.
experiment; station who says: The Aown, SCHEDULE Bead up.ro .
other way la to tie ten or a dozen
eara breeder cannot 3 30 tarkaonslU5 .. .. ..... 6 00
In a string with binder twine and bang corn ( afford to sell the leave 9 00 p.p. m in. .. . :. .Palatka....:. .. .... Leave us i 10 00 p.ft. m m '
the strings on wire or nalla. product from ills' breeding plot He Leer 3 00 ft. in.., ;;;; :: i : ::: :::: ,,:..., Astor.......;:.:..:.::.;..-.;.;.; Leave 4 00 p. m, Party
should make 'a' second selection of all leave . IleresfordDSGnd). .. ..... Leave 1 00 p, m
If tli, amount of corn saved for seed Into a Ofl I. m. .,.... ..... ...............Sanford ..........,.....,..... .. I t. large It la advisable to bar special. the good seed ears from the boat yieldIng I.>,,. 1080 a. m. .............. ...........Knterprlae.......................... Leave 10 SO a. ui.
rows of the plot and mix the seed EFFECTIVE APRIL 8rd, 190
rack. Passenger and Ticket Office, 122 W. Bay St., Jacksonville. ,
together to plant a field from the
These racks be
may, made by using For partlea of ten ((10)) or more I
boards six inches wide for standards, product of which he can sell to his H. H-'taAYMOVD, Vloe-Preiildent Manager,New York
customers. Care should be taken to 11.E. MAYNARI' ... T. M, G.n.ra\\A.C. IIAGERTY.0. P. A.. eling together' on one ticket t ( )
let the length of a plastering latb Pler8e N. York Pier as, N. K., New York r
apart. To both edges of these boards have tbla field also Isolated from other r..s. scROKLEd. Ay.R.,1'I'W F. M. IRONMONGER, A. .'P.A. cents per mile' per capita\ ,
nail the lath far kinds of corn in order tq prevent cross I._aburg.t Fla. J..kooovllle. Fla. per capita fart fifteen ((13)) cents
Just enough apart to _
LtD.JONKS<< T. JOHN PRNDKKL T. P.A ,
accommodate one row of corn. Sufficient lug It Is rare in all the !!1m a points\ .. -o yfti'II.. JaokwMiville, ,Fla. These rates .rA open to the !
that counts, for we are not opt to makealltakes O. P. J..oVELL. Agent,Jacksonvllle Fla between
pace should be loft between tbe and apply any point on
in the large generalities. GENERAL OFriCKS Pier38 North River,New York. .
racks for a man to paaa. Tile use of a
There'll great reason to believe that

1 ii by the, use accurate of proper tests methods of germination of aelection :; ----- Atlantic Coast I I IW.


i to can and proper double treatment our present of corn the soil yields we, ::LNo: Operation' ,

lm I greatly; Increase our profits aDd still I

maintain the fertility of our srtll.

at. J. CRAIG, T.
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Mrs. Malinda Akers, of Basham, Va, writes! : Passenger Traffic Manager, '

"I 1 had what WILMINGTON, N. C.A. .
doctors call prolapse/ and couldn't

NATURE stand straight. I had pain in my back and "'\s\Tm JPrltot:

shoulders and District Passenger Agent, Atlantlo
was very irregular and profuse.

Doctors said an operation was needed, but I JACKSONVILLE, -

AND WOMAN'S WORK couldn't bear the thought of the knife. After tak- .--

ing three bottles of Wine of Cardui, I'I could walk PRINTING'Y h I

\ ntExraaarva' RAcas around. Can now do my housework and am in Mallory
Ito or other artificial beat In the b splendid health." T
seed house has not In a general way aT >

proved aucceaaful. The corn la often Cardul is a Sure vegetable' medicinal essence, I
overheated whllo atlll\ moist and
germination
results. Where a )thorough reeves adapted to cure womerTsdiseases.. It SPECIAL PASSENGER-EXPRESS

p circulation of air la had some beat to excessive periodical pains, regulates and
Largest moat thoroughly equipped
t dry the atmosphere can be used to T ( irregularities, and is a paaaeuger
-NO OVERCKOWDINa
good advantage 1I0\\8,01',1f there la x
safe and
pleasant FREE ADVICE
reliable
Ume for natural drying of the corn before STATEROOMS ARE POSITIVELY
the freeclng weather it la safest remedy for all Write ut 'letter d eriM.. all IMPORTANT
your .ym lom.. an l we will atnd you inlpg, M no tickets will be god| to
and most dO.llrublo.-rrofeallor a. L ff, sick rree AJvke.ln aealfd envelope.Addrr .
women. In plain
Christie, Indiana Experiment 1'' successful m LaJIn'Advliory I Department.: or> the.aeatln capacity of Dining Ilalla, thus Insuring'
In Farm and Fireside. Station use for over 70 TIM Chmtinouia, Tenp.! Medicine' Co.,Chattanooga eirlca and attention. t.

Try it.
years. :PASSENGERS LEAVE JACKSONVILLE

I FEEDING-SILAGE. (.. J Jr::> All'L' ) At Every Drug Store 'In $1.00 Bottles. (See Schedule of Ships in rtoiida-' -.. r

Wh.n It imparts a gad Odor or Flavor A EFlNK: LOWEST KA TES TO NEW YORK ANP ALL
to the Milk.
L r The following observation on tbe Nature and a womanV work combined WINE Including dellghttul DAYLIGHT HAIL,
have produced the grandest J II'AMOUS"SEA "
1 ISLANDS.
effect of to
feeding
, l k adage dairy cowabare remedy for woman's ills that the CARDUI N
, been puhlladed l '; t' world has ever known. OF Through tloketa told to northern\ points For full
of the Illinois exi>erUuent* ftatlon. who In the ffooti old-fashioned days of tractions offered by no other line; diagrams, reservatlna 1Ii
i' laid: The dairy herd wna divided Into
our relied
grandmother they
(
upon
two lots one of which was fed forty the roots and Jicros of the field to F, H. IRONMONGER, JR., Assistant General

k pounds of com silage per cow dally, cure disease and mitlgat suffering.! 22 WEST BAY STREET, _/ r

,, while the other lot was ted only closer The Indiana on our Western 'JBE: : W.T iTT J' I

r hay and grain. The nilllt from tech Plains to-day caulJ'lul'6 roots and .---.

lot was standardized to 4 per tent and herbs for every ailment and curd

/t' otherwUo cared for In exactly the itiiniemanner. diseases_ that_tattoo! the must skilled SE B<> E
k.: Samples from each lot during .
who have
In
r physicians spent years '
the course of the uperlaneuta'wore the .
study of drugs. AIR LINE
submitted to 372 for -SELF-LOCKING
person an vpln
From the
v, Ion the roots and herlfj of
aa to any difference In tbe flavor of
tbe two sampler. anything objectionable field Lydia K.; llnkham more than"lhh.ty SAVANNAH COLUMBIA, CAMDEN SOUTIIERN
years ago gave to the womenof '
about\ either and any preference. v MONO, WASHINGTON,_BALTIMORE. .
the world for their
a remedy peculiar
The I'Ol.\1lta.lho"6.1 that per cent
ills moro potent and efficacious .
preferred silage milk, 20 per cent non- TACKZtaIE Ii
silage milk and 11 per cent had no than any combination drugs Three Elegant Tralna Dally .

Lydla E. lnkbl\m'. Vegetable Seaboard
choice. When|\ the allege was ted at Express.
Compound is now recognized as the .
the time of milking the percentage in a
t favor of allage milk was much higher standard remedy for woman's ills. Seaboard Florida 1
N
than when the allage was fed one hour Mi'!'. Bertha Muff, of 615 N.C. St.. .' ELOOX.

t before milking or after milking. Fire Louisiana :Mo., writes i ( MODERN PULLMAN

samples of each lot were Bent to milk Complete restoration to health 1 .

exp,rta' in different cltlfrf. three of mean..au much to use that for the sake ... .
whom, preferred alias milk, one non- of other suffering women I am willing TUE.SEABOARD FLORIDA .
: silage, anti one bad no choice. Nocomplaint to make my troubles publlo. Is a new and great Invention, aa it saves time', money and labor. Ic: will work Solid Pullman Vestl holed tralo, St. Augustine and "

was received from a hotel I "F'ortwelve years 1 had been. nuffer- loillontally, upside down or at any angle It la Impossible for the rope to slip Richmond and Washington Dining Car (a la carte .
t to which allege milk was delivered for lag\ with that the time wont forma ft'maleUla. : when locked and oo lever or trigger rope attachment la uaed In this device room Sleeping;Cars, Stateroom and observation Car : t
t a period of one month. On the whole, During I hydelgvendifferent : There Is one m., and Jacksonville::) p. m., daily, Including '
physicians without help No tonguecan only hoist, loiter and lock the load, and It Is Impossible for the rope to
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It was apparent that the greater number tell whkt I suffered add at timer I jam or chafe and there I. nothing to get outof order In this original tackle block.

.1 of people were able to distinguish could hardly-watk. About two year' I May be seen at the ADVOCATE office, Titusvilleand are for sale by tbe Atantlo For full Information and aleeper reservations 1Ar
between the two kinds of milk but afro 1 wrote .Mra. I'lnkham for 1k\lce.
L found nothing objectionable about either I followed It, and can truly My that $ary! Co., East Bay street, Jacksonville, Fla. Seaboard, or write

kind Lydia B. IHnkhKm'a Vegetable Com- 8..C. BOYLSTON JR., Last Gen. Paaa.,.Ait.,
dp7t'
: If of Good Q" lity. pound and Mra. Itnkhau'a adTlo restored -
health and atrength. IU it
C This la strong evidence! that If the worth mountain of THE
gold to auffemigwomea.
I h ailage la of .good quality aDd used In ."

1' other reasonable. amounts it la in connection with What Lydia li llnkham's Vege- Walton Self-Locking Block. Co, SEND YOUR ORDERS TO S

feed one of the beat feedsobtainable tablet) Comiound did for .Mrs. Jlutf, ,
k' for dairy COWl when pas it will do for other Dt
ture Js A9t n.Uable._Itjnu be i.- suffering women. .e 4W. Atlantic Avenue, BOSTON MASS. FOR ALL KINDS OF JOB



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I thank' you too, for the flat of IIENIEIISONVILLE, :N. c.HEHDEBSOHVILLE I (

Hotel HOMAGE JOA A BRIDE former country that you have \Ilt i

Met e Travelers JACIt&ONVII.I.., FLA.On rADII the not cattle forget"today. It.. a trlbut N. Ca1 BLUE........RIDGE.- ".BNOUNTAINS. ,,

the American and European Plan- fag. had been presented to Uw l I'

t 1 Cnd r new management.: Newly furnished and 'JeAllant l Gypsies Greet Countess\ Gladys count by Reginald! Vanderbllt
n
1 ,ally home. ; Plan $:J.OO and $j.50j; Europeana. 'ncta 2WX! > FEET ABOVE SEA T.RVKL. _
tad All can form Union bUUon stop at the door. '. Szechenyl Like a Queen. How He Saved Money.A ;.

II. W. country politician In Pennsylvania
L Riverside hANCOCK,1'ropriete.r. elected to Ha a population of 3.500., On main lln* of Hoiithern!_ Railway. Through :.
located the legtda
hotel managed to get
at Groan
3' taa.uf.lly Cove Spring. I. under the STREETS FLOWER STREWN. sleepers from Jacksonville r'la,, direct. EllclIt1ntrout fishing In the J 'I.{
same for
management; lure at llarrinlmrg one terntlVhenhe mountain streams riding and driving and a hotel that I* modern electrlo '\
cam. back he built himself a flue lighted Otis elevator and a cuisine and service that plea***. This section t
Old Glory Wve In 6arbrle Wei- house costing about $20.000.:: Ilia oU of Western North Carolina I la proDounoed the SWITZERLAND OKAMKIUC'A. ."
JACKSONVILLE, neighbor! who knew he had no money For rates, reservations, etc, address, V I{ '
he U Everett Hotel com. Horn at Century Old Castle before be went to llarrUburjc and who t
WM. HEWITT Manager Hotel Oates HKXDERSONVILLE, N. 0. '
FLORIDA.Florida's In Hungary-Crowd* Cheer Bridal| knew the salary of a Pennsylvania' 0
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Pair- on Journey to Count Lastlo'i legislator, were curious to discover 11

Feudsl Estate.A where the returned statesman !rOt NI \V YOltK. f.

, Largest European Hotel. means to build tbe house. So one daya '
company of peasant outrider garbed -
committee waited on the' man xvlia>> I
la the Hungarian Dii,:,.'lona! co tutn, built the house!, and the spokesmansaid '!
rrlnte Bath. Sample Rooms. Long/; Distance Phone in Every dorm galloped before and bAlnd ber cur : Hotel Marlborougli

'n -Tbe Best of Sit vice- rlageat the Countess'' Gladys Szecbenyl "Jim. It may be none of our business. ,

arrived In state at ber castle In Oer- to your thinking but we think you owe 11
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OO O. II. MASON Manager 30th and 37th Street New York. ,.
4 It to who sent to the legislatureto Broadway
tner-oe the other day, tbe end of her us you .
. long. journey to her Hungarian home. explain where yon got the money Completely Renovated lUll transformed every depnitment. Most centrally 1r ,

i ST. AUGUSTINE. Gypsy band and dancers lined the with which you built thl bouse } 0\1\ located hotel on Uroa4Ma,. KLECTKIO LlUHTrt] nail TKLEniONR N
-- ---' didn't have cent before went to
I a
you
II'' highway; the vUlage cblldrcu spread In every loom( In the house.
I'I HarrlsUurg and owed everybody In the
I 1 flower beneath her horns' fet anti place How about It?" EUROPEAN PLANJ0( .l lUx>m*. 200 bath room Rates: *1.50 and upward

1j 'Oh 6UTJD1116: cried, "Hall our counted!" a* she passed "Why" said tbe builder, "It's simple without bath. (:J and upwani with bath. Parlor, bedroom and bath U) f t .

, by; the dowager countess kissed her enough. You see when we were lit and upward., l'al'lor, two bedrooms and bath *5 and upward.SWEENEYTIFi1NEY .
.. and turned over the key of tbe estateto HarrUburg/ we didn't keep a hired
.. her a* she entered. And In her HOTKL COMPANY, t

. 1r'1 T3 a.:4Tffn 'J$ ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA honor for the first time In Its history girl.-rtrgouaut. E. M. TIERNEY, Manager. l lh'
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an American flag waved over' the ancient
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In the Frttlts of the S... -
4 end. iDf'nUalloeattoa city fctrlrUr fireproof. ht" tin. rooms well
. fumlnho'lHOOOP. oulr.. Oven November to June, Aadre.s .. nl>n>e. chateau all day. The freaks of the sea are the anglerssoil "
: A queen could bare !been attended to The Oldest KHUlilUliml Drain and Mend Home la the Btst*.
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-- bat tenon. The people of North-
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' her palace with but little more .-- --- ----
'I pomp
Carolina have tl1 named the anglerthe
t tel l Granada ST. Auau. TrvE. FLORIDA. and display than that lavished upon alhuonth for the tall begin where 1
, the 'former MU Vanderbilt of New the mouth ends. Inhabiting the north Wm. A. our>o & CoJu t

,I Under new ownership and manag nient. Directly facing' main entrance of theo York by Count I.astl on the Journey Atlantic, the angler ha* been given' a .
,,,, de I.eon During the past season .20.("", line been spent la improvements to tbe home over which: she la to .preside variety of names. On the \laJ''I\'bu-: ( ,, GRAIN HAY AND GARDEN SEEDS +
lie mil private I baths Culslno and service unsurpaksed. All amnsemrnta. u* his wife. j etts enact It !la known a* gnotiefliihRhotto I: t
! .., I*.'>(O per d,y; $12:!.SO per week up. Adoommoil.itlnns for 173.: Now open Two hundred dollars In tips to the Island terms It 1K"1I0\\'nlh. anti!

meets all trains. White service. h. THOMAS/ PEXNA, l'ropiletors servant of the Budapest hotel were Connecticut gives it the cognomen given by Szeihenyfa* he emerged with
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Il"th"
Jamaica bay calls carpctbflggcr. -
T : DAYTONA HI2ACII. --I IW tho countess and began the ride to England, Ireland, Scotlandand 2
V Oermeane In a private car bedecked I ;
,''I'' Wale all have :tlielr local name Froe. Warehouse (n track of $. A. L. H'y, and A, 0. I.. Icy f: f
with flowers cable die
" says a special
The names of the English give to this
Seaside Inn D'A\TONA BEACH FLORIDA. patch from Oermero, Hungary, to the om fish! are expressive. its habit, to 'I IA
New Yprk American. Crowd gatheredat '
say the least They call It toiidflsh A

I Good Fishing and Surf Bathing Rates: t2.M per day and up. every way station to greet the new frog, fishing frog dt-vlMli-li, sell' devil. & Baker
counter In spite of a heavy rain. At nassfloh, monkfish, poiketflsu wide MeMurray
furnlibrd for for '
Also cottages rent housekeeping, each stop Countess Gladys walked'out gut kettleiuaw and wldogiip. Thouiiu i

| IIOKtLK F. STEVVAUT Owner. upon the roar vestibule! and cried Pennant who In 177(1 wrote his "IlrltIsh .
II 401-413 East tiny Street II Jacksonville Florida, ,
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"Thank you! In Hungarian Zoology," did not like the name of ,
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-, -- As the count and countess left tbe fishing frog, then applied to the fithso I -Maker and Jobber of- t..
81 AnItBHZIn train at Oermezoe the dowager Countess he "chnnffcd the old name of fishing. .
Irene came forward from tbe station frog for the more simple one of angler. ,
platform caught 'her son la her ." Vehicles Harness Carriage and Wagon Material
f arm and kissed him again and again ,

n 116 Breakers.&EA1JREEZE, FLORIDA. In her joy at greeting Count Lasilo Chronic VunRtll>iitlon Cured.One di }
Rubber Tire
his mother evidently forgot the formalities Saddlery" ,
who suffers. from ohronlo oon.Npotion .
for moment because she did not
a ,
I I. In danger of many serious ailment First-Class Repairing and Painting, Etc. Etc.'f'
/ release ,him from her embrace until
*. Kolny' Orlno Laxative cures
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be drew tbe American countess forward -
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Rates $1.00 per day and op. Special by Week or Season.S add, gave her Into the dowager'sarms. chronic constipation M It aid digestion t '
and stimulate* tlio liver and bowels restoring ''.
Out the belated welcome lost tbe natural action of these orKan $2.15 THE GOOD OLD SUMMER TIME '

I. M. MAUDE!.E, Manager nothing In enthusiasm. "I am 4>ver- *. Commence taking It today and r.rres.w' IS WIIL" YOU NEED Hw
joyed to find you In such a state of you will fuel I batter at once. Foley'i
happiness! ," said the Countess Irene Orlno Laxative: does not nauseate or '"""""'
warmly. "I hope nothing. will ever gripe and I I. pleasant to take Refuse mass J PORCH CIIAIRS i
NE1V SMYKNA.m substitute. Tltusvllle Pliaimncy.
mar your happiness or my son'
-V V throughout your lives." j Wt h..f ovrr 3.UUO\ r.nh: Clwlr onM .Ie
"Thank Countess The N.w Croiler Bullet. I'oM mt FACTOIV TO You-
responded
>i House #EW SMYRNA, FLORIDA "1 you I' The new! rifle bullet developed by .__,.u., ..... II .. .. ...
Gladys am sure that. nothing ever -. ....-...., ..,., -.-.. .....
will" 'I' Brigadier General William Crotler: rA -........... cia es ....
, Open all the! year. Aocommodates 100 Overlooking Indian River. After tbe station master, tbe mayor chief of ordnance la 1 said to be one of a.e ss ,am.err"s., a.trgreee, e W

Table service the belt. Room single. or en suite, with private bath. and the Tillage parson bad tendered I the most Important recent achievements fLORIDA CHAIR fACTORY :
For rate call on or address FRANK W. SAME, Proprietor. their ocgratulaUons and been thankedthe of that department The head rie.a.tim. ,

l.u'tJ'-entered; a four seated car of the bullet baa been modified and .
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rlage and started on tbe six: mile driveto a powder produced which give the
TITUS VI L.LH.. Oermezoe castle, tbe century old rifle an accurate life of some 4,500

home of tbe Szecuenrls. The dowager rounds At tbe outset of the experiments THEY

countess and Count Stephen Laszlo's. the accuracy ef the rifle was ARMOUR FERTILIZERS

be Sterling TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA I brother, had covered the floor of the destroy'1 after but 1,000 round. '

carriage with a dolp carpet! of Hungarian '
flowers. Tb. four horses, caparisoned Value of Liquid Air In Mine.

with barbaric splendor, also Liquid air was used as an explosiveIn : are made from highestquality

caracoled beneath a load of floral bloom tbe building of tbe Blraplon tunnel GROW

and tinkling silver J Jjell*. and more recently! It has been found of animal products, which arc everywhere "
y e wV. As the procession started for tbe good use In English coal mines.

'entitle flf.v mounted riders suddenly
V known to be the best
appeared at a gallop blew a fanfare Guarding th. Deposits.Gentleman
of unfurled flags at tbe About Town-An' If a
trumpets
pommel of their saddle and surrounded guy swiped a. coin outer de cup d'yer BIG forms of plant food. Use them
!I the carriage galloping for mean f say de dog 'ould yelp an' grab

1I IK, ,ward with It Imposingly, behind him Near Blind Pf'rllon-Sul'tt he and you' crops* will grow bet- '1
I lie director.
N'i ahead and abreast would, aln'f uo dummy '

A mile from the village the 'ualt I Tuck ter and'your grow U 1 ,"
pocketbook
N''I cade pulled up In a wooded road glen i ----- ---- CROPS '

while gypsy maidens! fantastically The Story oft M(,<<]I"lne.Jt.llIIIJJfI"fff.lden fatfor than ever before.MANUFACTURED r
and wild ,
!garbed ran out sang tangs
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Medical Discover
r and danced at the side of the carriage.A .
ntlVJStyk 4tr'tw' '
c lids M; tlY4'xf wa tuKgotPd by one of IU. mnnylmbnrt\ ..
the serenade
bit farther on was by
and valuable ingredientsGuldenheal
ant I f
r r a company of savage looking Tyro root IN' '

i.1: leans, and a* the party finally dashed Yf.rttLor ago, Dr. Pierre dl- ..

.SW1 S ea', Into view of the castle fifty village covered could, by the' use of pure, ::T'aokoon 5..11e. :e-'la
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girls emerged! from tbe surrounding trlplo-reflnnd glytttrlnn aldud by a certain .

Conveniently located close to F. E. C. Ry. depot, wood end threw flowers Into the I beat and degree with of the constantly aid of apparatus maintain and 0 ,
in tbe famous INDIAN RIVER ORANGE SECTION "roadway for the countes! | carriage to
applUncostlcslgnnd: for thai purpose, extract -
This house Is practically new, fiavlnf been entirely rebuilt puss over.' from our most valuable native medicinal .. Williams'' Mammoth Mail Order House i
r many more rooms added, piazzas erected and all modern conven-- Tfio carriage stopped, and the Count I root their curative propertiesmuch I
fences installed, and baa been es. Gladys, arising. gave the girls better than by the I use of alcohol, \ ,

COMPLETELY RE-FURNISHED. thanks In their own language. I so generally employed. No the now world- 'ill'West. Day St. -Po O. Hex 01JACK80NVHLE' FLA. '
Accommodations for twenty. Rates: $3,00 a day and up. At the state entrance to tbe castle tented 'Golden Medical Discovery* fur \ ,
spec al and the carriage batted, and Count Laszlo. I the cure of weak stomach Indigestion or U t
weekly monthly rates ; .1. .r. WILLIAMH I Proprietor
orblllouanes* and e
torpid liver
I'. G. ALTOY, Propr leaping out ran to the open doorway I kindred derangements\ wa ant mad a* \

-- where he stood with open arm awaiting I It ever! sin a has iVn. without a particleof
formally tbe entrance of the conntecs alcohol I Iti It* mKup (f'lOODS' PAll' OFFER.'U
j list of lulngredl- CASE -EXPRESS SPECIAL :
RAN.'onn. Into her new. home. As she Approached A glanceVo> >fjuU[
nuts. prlnuia ou weW bnule" wrapper Idlebrook Whiskey. druml-JlaUller1.
E80TO RYE.
--- -- him leaning upon the aria ,will show that I It I II nuity from;the L Expres* Collect.
of. tbe dowager be embraced her and valuable medicinal roMtvound rowing 4 Foil Quart* . . . . .1 bk'0 ifOPintstiadrnntl, fllOO'; ,
SANFORD, said the formal word of welcome. I I In rMlrntx our American'I fore C J All ,th**.M**. tW t{ :: .: . . . 7 H) 200 fllstaladrum.33x; ;: : : : : : : : : : : )
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lie drawn la line l' Isold drum. Will not break drum
Sanford House Tbe servant op upon + ..' ru ,reI only by
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1 ,FLORIDA the outside bent their 1 12 freight paid 111 (110.) OLD HOMESTEAD CORN WHISKEY.
tills
at time honored WILLIAMS NO. 10 RTE. ,
knee! ceremony
and a* It ended! tbe admUitstrator of Li i ILIJ 'M.-tg lTTr<(- Coder the the rotate came forward and began a lul!j < btiob ol Ibt-Mj et" oneDell II'. .. . . . . .. "0 CORN WIiISKEt'-Ezptess Cot1ecC.J .
of ,
management .::J lout speech tn the native tonga The been compiled: by 'ril R. V. Ilcrra, of ': ...... . . . 9 Ol) Rock, Fork, tr bottle . .t1 00
Y. and be maii.d ta
HARRY I'. DRIVER V new counters stood at her has band'* '' any Buffalo ono X.asking, same postal card/r<4, or OLD HALIFAX RYE. Rocky Forkpecaso, .. .. . . .totio .

side until the long winded welcome fttttfr *4dr(wu..) to ebl) a* above. 4 Full Qnart. . . : . o. 420) N. O. White an 'lets asslitant manager of San Juan Hotel Orlando, Florida.DC''K .- was finished, then gave two crown From these endorsements, copied from '1" .. . . . . f OO N. (3. White, better. t. .. . .. 200U"
to each of the children who bad come lUiulsnl mwllcal (bonUsof all the different ., 1:100: N.0. WIJte. tine. ; . . . 2 W ,
Into the castle. .buoll of praettra.: It will be Sound i : laurel ValleyCorn: . .. . '" 800
to ting and passed on that them ,: tbe Uold- SUNNY SOUTI! RYE.

y When tbe next function the key en only Medical for,the lllbrcovery of rl" above are advised mentioned not 4 tun Quarts . . . . ., 2 71i UTE 1118KEY',.Express. Collect

> '' SIIOOTING,. =FI8UIN'G.MOTOR had been performed. Countess Gladys diseases, but also for the cure of all catarrhs IS" . . . . .' 4 00 rer Gallon a
wa* taken to her boudoir where! !, bronchial and throat affections' 1:1": : . . . .8 01') Copper Distilled and J jug. . .0.11 6.'S' ,
antS FISHING BOATS at all\ time four prettily furnlibed"rooms had beenprepared accnrapalneii with eatarrhsl discharges JU' rlou. ,. . .,. . .1200 Queen (:'IIy . . . . ... J 00YELLOWSTONE
for her exclusive use Moreover hoarseness. sore throat alt lingering: orhangoncosgbe HUD01.Mouth. .+,. .r., ''' J &0,
LITIsr: ; 3.00 and Special weekly I and onthly. tbe bath, formerly of most primitive whicta and those wntlnx and BOURBON Re Mala. . . . ,* .8 ,
ap.V nature bad been modernized an- affections If not liable promptly to terminate I Bottle, . . . . . . .. I roO lIurple Rye, Spfcl,1, . ,!.'. .to 4.00 r"
tent celling had been trussed ,and iconsumption: are Take l>I'lwce's Dlncovcry > Case . .. . . .. . . 1200) O'erbol'. . . ., .1<.. .. 400.
- rST .--- -- - -- [ tad been op. In time and ire use OLD nooNi-ElprN. Collect.Itloa 11111. . . 0. . . of 00 ,'
tbe>vated itructure. throughout ren- I until yen give It a fair Tovmnchmustnotbe trial r'ntnl It I is not Bottled III Loud byr' the U. S. Gov'm't Plauter. . .\ (II) 5

likely todlsapitolnt. I F.U Quart . . . .. 1 25 :
Gladys was frankly pleased. "You of will not perform PrinteSeal; i>
i COAST ADVOCATE PRInTING OFFICE have don all this for me." she aU a* rf1.: 1I11"'DO.. cur consumption; JI .' ,. . . . 11; 00 Williams J 01)
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I In its advanced at.. *. No medicine will.It
the embraced the dowager again. 1' uUl care 1.h" aff.' that Je4 up to -SEND US A TRIAL ORDER =- .
bogs COMMERCIAL PRINTINO.V cannot thank you enough. You have cvntamptJoa taken tri time. *
ALL KINDS OF SOCIAL AND ifomeeomln' .
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BAOT COAST ADVOCATBv TTTUSVILLE.!: FLA. MAT 8, 1908. .'
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BREVARD COUNTY COMMISSIONER Joe Redlok road work . 37 75
Ronald A Flake tool. . . 9 65
WRITE FOR CATALOGUE GIFT-GIVING GOODS $. Sf J Field feed for 21 20 John Walker ti Co
ILLU+iTHATINU 1'ho* Bolton road work. Id CO
The Board of County Commissioner I M Cox hauling lumber. . 1 no
Diamond Clocks, met at Tltusvllle, Fla., on this 4th day N M Flab road work . . 20 oo ,,
Watches, Cut Glass, of May, lKi! at 2:(.) o'clock p. m Sam Waller road work. . 8 IX J)
Ring. Pin, SllverTeaSets4' Present: K. A, Conkllng, chairman; J. TituBvllle Lumber Co lumber 33 20 -TUB DEPARTMENT STOKE-
Brooches, 11 2 811 verFlat ware !* M. Osban J. R. Mlot, 'f. A. Robinson, G F Paddlson road work . 6 2J
Toilet Article T J. Cockabutt, A. A. Stewartclerk; J,
Fob, Chain, No.3.J .
Hand Tainted Brown sheriff ROAD FUND DOT. CARRIEb A FULL LINE OFt
P. ,
Lockets, The minute of the last meeting of the M Herndon road work. . 825
Oroisei
A Lars .ror enllen building bridge 20) (00
18471togen' Board were read and approved
Charm Buckle, 't i I Plated ware. K E. Love'a bond for carrying a pistol W Brother team hire . . ;M r 0 Clotlh.iri.g, :Dry: Good.s
and was refused No reason given far car J S Stone teats blr*. . . 30 (no) 7
Bracelet as/ R R.re Ilu.a. xo pistol and Insufficient fees. M Young (jigging; ; marl. . I 0 73 '
rlnl'lucb ,
Shoe Grot Etc.
all kind of .mot. Notions Millinery, Furnishing, :We represent
4sed1'rloese.eOplus. Bond of Lars Jorgensen for carrying N E KlnnUrd team hire . 4 (10 'If" )f
line Jewelry .] sirs. pistol, Smith 4: Wesson, No. 730, cal.. 32: A A Simmon* digging; marl. .J .2t 01ft8 ) largest and beat Tailor\ .Made Tothlog House In America.

wa approved and permit granted. J 0 Slmmona Road Supt. . 60 1 1
aoJr Petition for a public road, signed' by K A kins hauling . . :. :U i 50
Frank Foster, Peter Bertelwin and oth T J Shave Co team hire/etc. 137 21 Furniture' : : .,

era, waa presented for a road that run R W Goode marl . . 7 00
JEWELERS ILVKKDMITHt at present weat from the river to the F. J M Hunter feed for mule. . 10 00 : HOURS and Office Furniture of all Kinds and Descriptions.
:t 41 West Bay St.Satisfactory JACKSONVILLE, FLA. K. C. R R. track on the southerly line R Downey marl. . . . 7 1 60 I
Guaranteed. Ue Prepay all Forwarding Charges of Lot No. J, Se.,. '11, Tp. ::111), 8. Range J R Mather 4 Son mule feed 301& !
i I 4 E. Said road to be opened or widened J II Lanier digging; marl . JS 85EC1.&SColumber :: 3ardware: .
*********************i w******************** 10 feet without expense to the county : . . 130 07 I ,

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-- -- The rolls for witnesses In Circuit No.4.
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-- P' pay ROAD FUND DI9T.
A Full Line of Heavy and Shelf Hardware, Ship Chandlery, Hunter
DOUBLE MURDER IN MIAMI Court, Spring term, IIIIS! amounting to Morton William road work 33 00 SUpp
Go ,, Everything needed by the FIherman.Grooeri.es. .
Robbins & Graham $247.60:! were approved Henry William digging marl. 32 a
In favor of T..A. I
Warrant No. 13107, Will Binea digging; marl . 3.t 315
On Friday evening last about 8:30: Carllle, for $20.:20! drawn at the last J P Parkershoeing mule. . 0 00 : : :

(Incorporated) o'clock, at North Miami Henry IIo P- meeting of this board, April 7, 1DOH, C II Ulbba road work . . 61 00 ,
PAID UP CAPITAL tlIlOOO.OO: having/ been Illegally Issued wa cancelled Will Jonea road work. . . 13 00
kIn.*, formerly of Jacksonville, hot and and the clerk wr Instructed to W M Davis road work. . . 10 60 A Full nod Complete Stock of Staple and Fancy Groceries
Tlitaoorapany* Instantly killed E. E.: Stafford and J. D write across the stub of said warrant, In Peter Robinson digging marl. :27 90

:X3ST> :3D S,, Walker In Walker'* saloon. The trouble t red Ink, the words, "Cancelled May 4th, Peter Glen road work. . . 3 76 -
started Stafford and Walker refuting 1908 the same having been Illegally lamed Will Robert road work . 110 have
over ." Send your order and all your need filled at once. A trial} will ,
the Indian Hirer On the 8tLnole .,
Country
a ; Webb Edward road work. 0 75
to go on the bond of Hopkins who received, of the both In and trouble
The Treasurer' report was vines you great Raving money made by ordorlnt
Wm Sweotwlne road work, s 25
/ River; at New lllverand on BajBlioayne. y r hud been Indicted In the Federal court, and checked up and Messr 1'. A. Robinson John Lorn ax road work, 20 00 your merchandise from THE DEPARTMENT S1ORE.

Price to suit, the time for complicity Healing from the cargo, I and J. M.O ban were appointed a Joe Redick road work, . . 10 00
of the LaHalle' which committee to destroy the }laid| war Wm Cook ley digging marl, 34 311
steamer wa itrtn- ;
,
Send for Land List
rants turned over by the Treasurer ..ININN11111NN.111 NI N.NNINNIN.NNe4N
ded the beach off MIAmi several W F Barrington road. . . 33 00
Offloe at Tltuivllle and Miami. Fla. on with his report. They reported that Abney A Abney feed for mule. 31: 80 H. G. UTLIIY,Oonlral Manager. Da E. It. BLAKKWOOD: ReKlllered Dru tO'lI
and i
month ago. they had performed their duty were J M Sander harness . 1 15
Friday night Hopkins entered the na- discharged The Treasurer bad a certificate N M Fish road work. . . 18 00

East Coast Meat Market t loon and fired on the men. Stafford wa log that the attached amount to his his report report called show.for ROAD FUND DIET NO. 6.Vf .- ft*

titling down and wa killed In his chair was on deposit In the Indian River It Morgan road work . 4 CO I TITUSVILLE PHARMACY

O. F. DUREN Agent.a' Walker ran and took refuge; behind alight State Bank to his credit County Treasurer Larence Brooke road work . 4 60
pole but wa pursued by Hopkln R S Smith road work?!. . 4 60 ,
Report of Clerk of Circuit Court of (f E Stone roa 1 woak . fl 00 (Successor to the Red Cross I' .
armac )
killed ,
and shot four times almost
oc being fine and forfeiture* In Circuit Court (Henry Carllle, viewing road '. 2 00 i
Instantly. during the month April 1008, was received. *
,5- S of GAME: WAUDKN rUMD. TITUSVILLE1 FLORIDAA
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Hopkins escaped but was caught; at
J r P Brown game warden . 300: .
daylight.; lie admitted the hooting Report of County Judge of fines and J C Glbert com on hunt'g Iice'tte 4 (I M)
g"p forfeiture during the month of .
April Stock of
: and said be would do the .ame thingover 1908, was received. A B Carter com on bUDt'It lce'ai :2 00 Complete -

= '. .' again lIe wa drinking at the Report of Justice of the Peace I,. K.Myers FINK: AND FORFEITURE FUND. I '
=
\ time of the ahootlng Hopkln and W. H. Itoescb and J, M. Sanders I B R Wilson crlm pros In Co J Co 4 67 PURE DRUGS AND DRUGGISTS SUNDRIES

Stafford known gambler and was received. J P Brown crlm pro in Co J Co 135 05/
were a* ,
'i : the former had been arrested several Report of Clerk of Circuit Court of J P Brown trim pro In Clr Co 10 00 i jTPrescriptlon Filled with the
Us redemption and purchase during J P Brown oonv'g to Ref school 117 Oil)
:;;.- time for; petty offenses the months of March and April, 1008, J P Brown crlmplos J P court, 22 00 i Utmost Care and Promptitude*

w Mp Hopkins lived in lltusvllle a while, was received. J. P. Brown orlnj pros Clr Co M 85
Tax Collector' report of license\ collected John Staten wltnes . 5 00
TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA and waa known a* "SI" Hopkins, WE WANT YOUR TRADE. GIVE US A TRIAL ORDER
during the month of April, 1008, Jim Moody witness . . 5 ()k CJ I ,
amounting to $ .00 for the State and J 8 Stone wltnes . 5 00
CHURCH NOTICES $;J100: ) for the County, 'was' received. Ike William . . . 2 CO .......................... ....................

t Tax Coli eo tor'* report of poll taxes Frank William witness B M
-:- collected during the month of April, John'London witness . . 5 60K
METBOIDieT CIIUBCII. 1008.I for the year 190(1( amounting to A Crinkling I witness 5,40J
CM: ),,00( was received and checked up with II I I'n . : : : : : : : '* 5 BO Titusvillo Lumber CoARE
a Service*, at the M. E church ,ne I the Tax ColIlI tor'* stubs and found to Randall Akin witness. . 5 00

F. P. MoCall will\ preach Tltuavllle on be t correct R A Conkllng 'witness I . . 5 40

Sunday at II a. m. find 7:30 p. m. In Tax Collector' report of poll taxes Joo Gore witness . . 4 (>0
o'clock collected daring the month of April, J P Brown com on' fines, eto 3 08 NOW
Mini at 3 :,
1008, for the year 1007, amounting to J I' Brown feeding of prisoner, 112 00
44' .4 ; 4t Sunday school at each place at tbjee '118'!: : .00, was received and checked up Wm R Roeicb crlm fro J P eo 4 78!:

sC '' 'ne1 o'clock. Prayer meeting every Wednea- with the Tax Collector's stub and found Tb. Board adjourned to meet on the tfLUMBER

day evening, at Tltusvllle, at 7:30: p.; m. correct. first Monday In June, 1008, at 2 p. m.
Petition of W. R. Roesob, et al, citizen '
4 EriBCOPAt CIIUBCII. of Eau Ualllw, recommending the
Dean Kobottom will officiate la St. appointment of S. B. Stewart a* beef and GOV. BROWARD IN TITUS-
cattle for the Eau Gallie dl-
Gabriel' rhu/cb, Tltuivllle\ on Sunday Inspector VILLE. AT THE: FOLLOWING PBIdl
tract, wa received, and, on motion, the

morning, May 10( at 11 o'clock; and In same waa granted .. framing dressed four tide*. . . . . .. $1 1:,

St. Mark' church, Cocoa, on Sunday Report of Sheriff to State Auditor of Governor Napoleon B. Broward wa B. Flooring, Celling and . . '
fines Imposed during the month of April Siding '. . . . . 21'
{
1 evening at 7.30.BAPTICT: 1908 was received and approved Salareport In Tltusvllle on Monday, and at 10 To. 1, Common Flooring, Ceiling and Siding . . ,. ... . l 15 N

CHURCH. showing $33 10 fine and cIIII.' o'clock' he gave: a speech to quite a numer No.2. Common Flooring, Ceiling and biding\ . . . 1 11'Door {''
.+ I m Rev. \Vm. Stone 'will\ preach on Sunday On motion the Board adjourned until > of people. A* most of our reader and Window Casing and Finishing Material, dressed four tide. 21''
1 1You
next at Indlanola/ ,' at 10:30: a. m. ; May The II, Board 11108, at of 8:30 County a. m.Commissionersmet know, Gov. Broward la a candidate for Sheathing, dressed one aide . . . . . . . . l'iF 1,''
will not make a mistake by try and at Tltusvllle
at 7:30 p. m. this 5th day of 1!>OH at 8:30a. United State Senator. 0. B CARS
lag the above' brand of WWskej-It I I. on May, TITUSVILLE, FLA.- PROMPT SHIPMEN
Present R chair- The Governor' talk plain and to
for the a. A. Conkllne. : wa _
the grandest .
money. man; J. hL Osban, J. 11. 101 lot,T. A. Rob- the point. He did not jump, rave, or -1" -
HANNE BROS., BIG FIRE AT JENSEN.. nson, T. J CMckihutt, A. A. Stewart, badly abuse his opponent. lie took D. H. SPELL. DR. J. C. SPELL, Reglsred Pharmi
up
Jatksonvllle: Florida. Clerk, and J. 1'. Brown Sheriff
Complete Price List for the Asking.b A very disastrous fire occurred at Jenen It wa moved, seconded and carried many publlfl question of the day-espelally Banner
Sunday morning, which destroyedthe that G. W. Holme be granted perm I.- the drainage matter-and his audience Drug Store.
on to build a water break along the paid great attention to what he
business part of the town The fire public road in front of his land under TIIUSV1LLE, FLORIDA

started.. In a small tore, and then burned the same condition and provision a* laid. '
every building (fn the vicinity of the the construction of a water break In Among other things the Governor got Toilet Articles, Perfumery, Stationery, Et

railway .taUoD, 'inollldlnlf the canning front of A. Z. Dixon'a )land oft some little joke on his opponent t
It wa moved, secondod. and canted
lessri. Fletcher Lamar and Beard.allof
factory and F E. C. n,. station. Sever Ibat the Board .have constructed portable SODA WATERS and ICE CREAM
whom are known In Tltuivllle. lie
aJlrtllllbt oar were also destroyed. abed for the county mules' and for e ,
rrbe majority of the building; were In- he road roller, and that J. M. Osban be aid Duncan U. Fletcher was the best of i n
appointed a committee to look after the his opponent, but said he had been the
for email
tuned; amount.
.PURE FRESH
TRADEMARK >urohae vf the material and the contruollon paid attorney of corporation; W, B. DRUGS.,
of the
HIRSHBERG IIOLLANDEK A OO'S Claim of Mr same. Clancy J. Ragan tor Lamar wa the nearest approach to a Mall orders promptly filled. Will order anything we have not In Stock

Stag brand VARNISH WOOD STAINS, WOOD-WINDHAM. Confederate pension was approved.The male fashion plate which be.could find
.
Quick Drying, Elastic and Lasting t; following I voucher were examined In human form; and John S. Beard wa I

Coloring to represent any natural wood, On Saturday last, at the Baptist and approved and warrants ordered tobe like a wile owl, and afar a* he could E. 31*. :se :c & :aeO.:
'and Varnishing at.* same application.Can Tltuivtlle the Kev. Wm. drawn for the same, on this fitb
parsonage; wa just about useful to this
lee, a* .
not by excelled i Hones united In the holy bond of matrimony day of May, A. I)., \IXXI: -DEALERS IN-

ONE GALLON MAIZES TWQ. Mr. Geo. W. Wood and Miss Eva GENERAL FUND tate Asa aa an owl Governor GROCERIES GRAIN AND HAY AND ALL FOOD PRODUC
Brow
For sale byRONALD A FISKE, J M Osbnn Co Comr . $800 public speaker, ,
Cocoa, Fla. Wlodham. Only a few of the friend of J K Mlot Co Corn and milage' 12 40 and baa much Improved since we last We handle PRODUCE pf all kind. We are agents for MAPES FERTILIZ

the contracting parties were present. R. A.Conkllng Co Com, collage 16 80 heard him. He closed his remark with We deal exclusively the above line of good and aollcjt the trade of all com
f' -THE- The bride and groom left on the night T A Robinson) Co Com and collage 11 00, hearty applause from those present er. Write n* for price on Grain and all Groceries, delivered at your*tatloi>.
,
T J Cockabutt 8 80 11:. L BRADY A: FLA. O
train for point south and Heath A: 1 TITUSVILLE,
Co'qstore 01 whom promised him their !,
TWO BEST SPARK PLUGS A A Stewart accountant . 30 00 ; many sup-
wa closed on this account -
J P Brown waiting on board 4 00 port in the coming primary election.
1.79 Oy TAE MAUKET..!.oo. A A Stewart minutes for pub S 00( Mb1L'vGyrOOI: : : MEIN: ,
_. ? W Norwood Sup of Roglatrat'n 11 00 to F. E t
BITTEN\ BY A RATTLESNAKE Drew A: Co book for treaa office 7 ()() DEATH OF PROF TEETER. TITUSVILLE, Next C J R" depot._ FLORIDA.
Drew Co pena for clerk'office 1 Ot.>

Ltt Society Warren'; 3-year old boy 'wa .I P Brown janitor. . . 5 00 Professor Teeter, of Hawthorne, Fla., -Maklug a Specialty of- n
bitten by 'a rattlesnake at Mtm J P Blown caring for O II gr'ds 30 00 FJ.'cli4h rl'ILlttet
on died Saturday night after ; juicl OniicllcM:
Wm Malr palnl'ft jail, etc 160 U on ; last a ling t
t: Tuesday. The wound wa od the left W II Parker rrp'r to Jrll etc 3: 40 ring illness lie was principal of the CIA"nrM niia, Ool: l D..iuh
toe Dr. Utley attended to the little P !'I frt on ditinfeot't I S 80ff Tltuavllle High School about five '
fI1Z colored boy a* soon a* possible, and he LJ :Bray:A Bro rndse for jail. 3 20 ago, and his many friend here will year re- Try LAGER BREW-a Non-Aloohollo Beer
.i "'I :co getting along nicely.PURCHASED. R J Dunnam Supt C.IImel, 4J (X) SANFORD BREAD, CAKES AND PIES-always fresh. 1
u : E W Dunn cook at. Co Home, 10 00 gret to learn of his death. Tour patronage solicited Satisfaction guaranteed. 1 1r
ex: U F Dnren meat for Co Home 6 (;(0 Miss Suede Teeter, who had charge oftbe .
C < E L llrad v A: Bro mdse for Hume 4::1 75 primary department of the Tltusille tT.x 1G
1 2: A HOME. E C L A S Co screens for Home 11 00 Fri.lday G
left
High School for home on SVc.Lm:
: Lrv-mn..y: STA.D::
0o E O L sit 8 Co basket for Home 0 M
' > : 4 ,Mr. J. 1'. Wilson, bead salesman for E W Stoke: ferryman . 5 00 night, taking the flrat train after

John R. Walker & Co., Tltiuvllle, has A A Stewart tax redpt . 3 40 school closed, and arrived home about AND SALE
{ :' the Rathbun A A Stewart copy preo bound'* 4 OO nine hour before her father'* death. FEEl SADDLE ROBS
t purchased cottage on Hop- A A Stewart for State Att 1 40
copy
kiss street and expect to take pose A A tile war. cert copy of sent'ce 3 fill The ADVOCATI joint the many friend ...STADLE5... BUGGIES, r

. Ion M soon aa Mr. and Mr*. Ratbbun to' M Taylor env for Co Coni'ra ,2141 of the family extending sympathy d

WflTRENFOBD I eave for their summer home In llama A A Stewart ached for Co. Tree 3 00 their aad IonsSTABBED. BAGGAGE suaU r
UuRvllle 11:180: I. ("o llgbu 10 60 +
mondsport, N. V., which will, probably' J It Walker A Co rndse for jail, 6 10 TRANSFER, aDd TURXoUT'

RACER- be nut week ROAD FUND I>I8T. SO. 1.E AT LYRATTA. HAULING ETC ail kind.

NO parking-:' tinker with. Absolutely OM L Brady Co feed for mule !6844 "
'Tight Ixmir (round tapering )Joints,|wrf cttttGutrtat CLUB MEETING. W Woodard road work. . 6 00 Fred Walateln, colored, who wa reently >
**! for on* r* r.MOHAKCV TnLlnsley road work. . 1375: stabbed by another colored man J. M. OsbcLr1
\V R Morgan road work. . S3 no
Mae) M meet Clio demand for a IVillar Pliiir There will be a meeting of the Progressive R 8 Smith road work, . 30 73 named Joe James, at Lyratta ha goneto TITUSVILLEIn rear of Bobbin Law Offic_ 1LO
Batter than *1.M plug sold I !HatlnraoNoauimntmil. .
( .any Culture Club, Tltusvllle, Mon J \V Osban: road work. . . Jit 00 his home at Enterprise, and I. getting -- .

Made with Double. Improved; albs n. day afternoon, at three o'clock. All po E Stone ro'd work feed mule 80 00 along aa well aa can be expected, a* the 4
t<;o scrap mlra. !. u..d la th. 1..Ula" membera are requested to attend aa this Itucvllle Lumber Co lumber. 7 0.1 cut wa a deep and dangerous one. Dr.tley INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORY.TITUSVILLE ,
,
? enrd Brook road
HpeoUl DUoonoU to the Trad work. . :29 73
will be the last meeting for the summer attended to the wounded man
; RONALD & F1SKE ROAD rcxo Die?. No.2.

l STATE AGENTS. months and there will be business to R B LaRocbe hauling marl. . 10 00 I prepared tofnrnl.li Ice In any qnantlty,.:., Jacked FLA. looe. Special att." I

Cocoa, Fla. transact Solomon William road work 21: 23 FOR ALL KINDS Of JOB PRINTING paid tacking for Yacht or ottc'.
If your riculor' doe* not handl th.m,Mod lo us MRS.! E, B. WILSON, Secty. Asbury Walton road work, 36 00 remember the ADVOOATB offloe. or for family use Fair dealing It my n>

.. .. A. S. PIATT, proprJItor.,1a.i .

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