East Coast advocate
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Title: East Coast advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: May 22, 1908
Publication Date: -1891
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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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
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071720
oclc - 34175701
notis - AKR0019
lccn - sn 96027112
System ID: UF00079908:00073
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Succeeded by: Indian River advocate

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LOCAL NEWS, Ceo. II. reriinld Hardware' Co. LOOK TIIIM OVER _1 Iture Property For Sale At lau FOURTH OF JULY IN TITUS-. AMONG. THE HOTELS. ;

Dealers In Wholesale i and Retail Hardware With A Friend. Gallic Florida VILLE. -
of General Interest. Take note of the hotel ads, on our : 'j 1
Topic paints, oils, sash, doors, blinds, .
lime, cement, brick and shingles. Our new Spring Suite are ao unusual I have seven acre of land for sale on At a meeting held I on Wednosdiy even "lh page <

Machine shops, all kinds of repair ly attractive that you can hardly get a the bank of Sail Gallle harbor, Indian log It was unanimously decided to holda The AnvooATK Is on file at all the fi J

TIlE ADVOCATE, work on engines, bullets and Naphtha fair Idea of them by "trying on" In frontof River, Fla. adjoining the winter headquarter Fourth of July celebration Tltun- host hotels In New York city I
II.88 per annum, In advance. launches mirror.. of the Kentucky Military In., yule, and from the Interest manifested 3
7J .. six months, Tin and Metal work steam The bent way la to bring a friend tltiite.. there will bo a "big day" on 11.at ore- Mr James 1'. Vlnlng, manager of the /:
ii.00 per an. to foreign counties. and lowest along. Someone about your else and Water front, excellent boating and shun Jefferson> hotel, Key West, returned to y
gas fitting Good Work at
ben you subscribe for the ADVO- prices. proportions. Then you can slip the fishing. Good, safe harbor Flag station ; Action WHS' taken as to the programme& his home Ht Ormond ou $"nlay, accompanied "

by the year, It doe not coot you GKO. H. F RrAJ.n HABDWAHB Co., coat you like right on him-whllo you adjoins land. Trains pas for for the day, and It was decided tn have by Mrs Vlnlng. Mr. Vlntng ha. 1
cent week, postage Included. stand off and see bow I It really looks. I Rock lodge, Palm Beach and Miami, and most of the event*-except (the motorboat done a fins tourist' badness, This summer 1
per :Sanford ria.I ,
Try this plan. \Ve will help you connect with West Indian steamship. races-after th.arrival of the ours h. )fr. Vlnlng will manage the Esoeola
Reading notice ads. are ten cent for winter I lift, Ltntllle, N, C., which will open for, : i
p- I Be sure you see the new things! that I l Fine piece o( property bound train. J' 1 j,
'iDe on tbU page. I -Mr. It. E. Mimi of Fort Pierce, a have boat come In. homes or seml-tropical gardening/ Fine I All societies and orders me Invited\ the season on June lOlh. 1 r''
former well known", reuldentof Tltusvllle ---- I
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rtet the ADVOCATE at Mandai No objection to your bringing two winter climate. take part in the celebration, and make It .

i Jewelry] (tore.gr arrived at the Sterling, yesterday friends-the more the merrier Will sell cheSp. tiDe of Tltusvlllv'/ usual SUOCBHHFB. IMPROVING TITUSVILLE.
WHEN TIIIRSTY I WINITON Write .r, o. WALTOIT, Among the events of the day v ill\ be a II.
try a Grape Punch S. BRANM.IO f
S. E. Rice and BOO, Tipton, re- to much work
Co. Otlnff so going on,
Sunday from a' week' visit *lth Sets., at the Banner Drug store Headquarter for Style and Value, Self-Locklng.Block; ) motor boat race, tournament, bicyclerace '.
ed ,
norms to be busy In Itusvllle.
Hostoo, )Ia"l.'II boxing match baseball everyone
Tltusvllle FlaMessrs.
Tiber at City Point -Several members of the Tltusvllle -
Oun' Club had some shooting! practiceon dance, eto. The siding la I on Mr. Frank H. Battle' X
IIr. W, S. Brannlng pent Tuesday PROF, OVERSTREET WHITES. The following committees were appointed commodious residence\ on Washington
their groundsednesday afternoon Massey and Decker paid. a
ford. Bout Race and Finance-J.Inr.
( avenue
I Rufus Stewart candidate for -Prof. J. M. Laflin Ian he. Is In no visit to Palatka on Tuesday; Editor Kant Coiut Advocattl (Hard, Jr.hiloyole. I. i

Hr.tentative, was In town, yesterday. hurry to leave fur New y'olk while we -Mr, I/. A. Brady and family contemplate Dear Sir t I will thank you If you will Race.-K. B. Wager./ There Is quite demand. for house In .1 I I

are having such pleasant leather In leaving fir Boston next week. publish the fallowing) Boxing Content.-Dr. H. (t. UU yTournament. Tltusvltle, and we are told nearly every. \
Goldsmith for Grain. Tltusville.Oil. house I I. rented, : 'r
It was my Intention publish no artl- .-D. II. Prliohard.Baseball. .
Mr. C. T. McCtlmmon, of )Miami, ele, before I left, thanking the ofllcers .-J, M. Osban. Mr Geo. M. hobbies I II having an artesian
IiqUGHTON, demist, Peck Hlock, at Marvin Goodman', near the dppot'Mr. .
!In II tun vllle on Wednesday, and Fla. tf. and patron af the Tltuivlll school for Dance.-W. S. Brannlog.Music. sell driven by Contractor Mobley, I

Oak Hill I a visit the same day.Dr. Daytona, J. P. Wilson and family moved, the loyal support given our corps of .-Capt. Jas. Piltohard. at his place near the THusvllle Park. j ,

-Mr. Marvin Goodman has had a fine Wednesdav, Into their new home-the teachers for the past scholastic yeast I l'rintingTE.!: B. Wager and Chaa. If, (' ,
J. E. Miller left here, yesterday, new sign erected at his place of business. Ratbbun cottage, on Hopkins street. feel sure that every Individual teacher Walton. August Nelson lies boon laying sidewalks R
the Haulover] Canal, to attend to Marvin lea hustler and be In front of MM I Delsner' property
can seen on
has striven to discharge the several duties Treasurer Jouls, A. Brady
'I her Is movement In town
dental work. JIe will probably re- on Washington avenue, Tltnsvllle,
the streets every day with bis handsomenew lint of the dllT..
A ient event
ot her oflloe. In so doing the assistants < ,
toTltusville Wednesday, log to the early cloning of the store, for tlil* week
on and
peanut popcorn roaster the summer. At present It I la too earlyto hare bad the fullest cooperationof together with the prices, etc., will be
TITUS71 later Dr. J. 8. Daniel 'II I pushing ahead Isle
t. the pilnolpal
-Mrs. V. J. Robottom and Master tell what the outcome will boo
1.*. e Innis Robottora will The teaching force has been In fullest two cement block house on I'alm street .
leave to-morrow, I By'-M you do not read 'every \page accord throughout the and we SINGLETON'S STEWARD- 1'hoII\ ba ready for renting this coming + }
it K U llolraan, of Daytona, left for Eau Gallle and Melbourne] ', to be the of this are liable to miss year i
paper you winter.
ednesday, for New York and Wor- guests, for a few days, of some of some of the most Interesting local items, strived to satisfy every reasonable de. SHIP.
r, on a business trip of about two Dean Robottom' patUhloners. nand made upon us, and to adjust every Contractor J, K. McDowell making .
which scattered .
are on e' mj l
i. His son, Albert ,will leave, i rypalf"Attorne1 complaint to the satisfaction of the par. BliKVAlin CO. Pi JIL1C PfllOOM' ) the cement block for the new realdeuce

week, for \Vo-ce ter, to upend the Try Goldsmith for Groceiles. I Geo. M. Robbins, who ha ent and the future good of the pupil. J. R. WALKKII, Hupt. f of Mr. and Mr*. Ratbbun, on ,1

ner. -Dean Robottora left for Daytona on I been In Jacksonville and Miami the pant That you have appreciated our effort Dr. W. I,. Hugblstt. Cocoa, Fla. Front street, Tltusvllle. a

Thursday, to deliver the address to the three or four weeks, attending to law along this line Is abundantly atteited) My Dear Doctor-I am In receipt of
P. J. Bali and force of
I 5 BOX CANDIES, 5o 100., 25o,, graduating class of the High School of I matters, returned to Tltusvllle on Sun. by the fact that so few oojnplalnt have your favor of April 17th, In which you Contractor moved the small houseon

", 35o., 40o., 50o.' '700., 80o., at the that city The Dean preaches at Melbourne day morning.Mr. been rell wred. auk two questions touching the ateward- men Dr., Wednesday F. M. Robinson's, river-front lot
oner Drug Store, Tltusvllle.Mr and Eau Gallle In behalf of our corps of teachers, I
on Sunday I L. W. Doolittle left, Tuesday, Ihlp of lion Goo. H. Singleton: membor In South Tltusvllle, to the Hall lot near

\ and Mrs. Geo. F. Miles\ of St. -Mrs. W T. Mathers and children, of for Atlanta, to response to a telegram thank you for such generous support, of the. e"'uolnoard" from Dl*. No. 2. the corner of Palmetto and Hopkins J

nine, left, Sunday, for Wathlng- this place, left on Friday last for White i stating that his son, Charles V. DoolltJ: knowing that our work must have fallen. 1st.-lisa Mr, Singleton, shape hi* appointment streets,. ash west of Mr. L. W. If chic's

D.C., for a short visit, before Mrs. Springs and Benton, Fla l for a length- tie, was In a most critical condition far short had we' failed to win, and retain a* a member of the School redden.. Mr Hall\ will add! three) or

leaves for Pomfret Center, Conn, ed visit. Mrs. Mathers' friend, Mrs. D. I your good opinion. I also apprecl- Board', discharged his duties well and four room to It,
pend the summer. Mr Mllol will, FOR ALL KINDS OF JOB PRINTING ite the many commendatory! remark faithfully f Answer Ye. No man

ably, return to St. Augustine and II. Palmer, accompanied her I remember the 4 DVOOATB office. about our commencement exercises. We could have been more earnest In hi* de- Mr*. K.: S?, Wiley, a popular guest of ..

THE DEVTOS is-now located at Fort are under obligation to Mrs Trerevsnt the Sterling Tltuavllle, on Wednesday
lUnilve canal work next week. I Word has been received from Rev, Mo- sir to promote the best Interest of the
In all branches Wilson for her criticisms also sold her residence on Main'street
Pierce. Dentistry generous schools and In his dis evening,
Call and family, stating that they made especially own
EAUTIFUL PICTURE GIVEN skillfully executed.Dr. \. to Captain Jas. PrItchard for the free to tbe Rev Wm. Stones, who will
connection and arrived safely at Swift trict.2nd..
to all our patrons. Let us tell fl. Edward Urlcb. uaeof the Opera house, making possible Ha hi relation with the Board have It moved to the Baptist Parsonage/ I
bow Phar- Creek. Funeral at 10 a. m., Thursday, *
a to It. Tltusvllle -
get evening of pleasure without cost to lot Hopkins street facing the Rath-
on I
-Rev.; W F. Allen, of Park chapel, and burled in Swift Creek cemetery been that of a gentleman f Answer, I
7 the uublio. Lastly, I extend to the pea bun cottage, where It will\ be placed In
action of
Key West, arrived In Tltusvllle, Tuesday do not recall any Mr. HlngU-
Ir.Cbaa.! II, Walton returned hoe for a few days business trip,'to look -Mrs. E. L. Brady, Lucille Brady and pie of TltiisTllle my sincere appreciationfor ton' wfilch could, have been tailed, un- (lint clan condition, and painted The

Ant of the ,week, after a pleasant after, his grove, j just north of TI. Mila Daisy Brady expect to leave next the many peisonaV oourte let extended gentlemanly. I presume the Chairman price paid was gtO.00.)( Mr*. Wiley will

wIth Mr. and Mrs. E. A, Holjnan, tusvllle in orange the 'l'urnbll1hammock.\ Thursday for Camden, 8 C., on a visitto to me during my entire stay In would call anyone down who" should large, up-to.(1st* residence-probably

jtona. The time was mostly spent Mrs. F. M. Woolen. Miss Brady will your pleasant little city Your truly, show any dlspoa lon to act In such a of oement blocks-on the lot, and

lomoblllng and launch trips, with ,Try Goldsmith for Groceries.Dr. .. remain with her sister some time, but S. .1. OVKRSTIIKKT: manner when completed, will\ pare some of her

be! parties Mr. and Mrs Hoi- Edward Roes, of New haven, Mrs. Brady will go to Tennessee. for a TAYLOR In conclusion, I believe Mr, Singleton talented nieces come from Georgia to J

have a lovely I little home on Falr- Conn.;, who has been visiting his brother visit with relatives a DEATH OF II alive to the .very best Interest of the stay with ber, .

, avenue, and their automobile and and II"ter.ln-law, I>r. and Mrs J. D. : -Senator F. M. Hudson, of Miami, common school system, and, *o far, has
b add much to the of last November I Miss Lizzie Taylor, an aunt of Mr. F. hinder '
pleasure shown to
Ross, of Daytona, since candidate for re-election to the State no disposition any MOONLIGHT SAILING.
guests. Is so pleased with the lovely weatherwe Senate from the Thirteenth Senatorial ,, P. McCall died at (the Methodist parson movement bat was for the general good

'SD.-AT CITY PIER, A MASONMtch are .having, that he has decided to District, embracing Brevard, St. Lncl age on Main street, Tltusvllle, at :3 p. m. Very truly yours, These beautiful moonlight night are ?I

rbarm. Owner can have the remain In Daytona until June; II and Dade counties, wa In Tliusvllle.vesterdsy on Wednesday, from. tubercular perotl. JUJU It. WALKKII,.Hupt.ritusvltle muoh enjoyed by those wbo are Indulging

by calling at this office, Identify- r OTOGR.U'nS.-AIl kinds of photo fixing hi. political fences, and : oltls Miss, aged/Taylor 45: years who. ha been a fOlle'r.I Flu., Apr1110,1005.BOUGHT \ Jn pleasure tripson Indian River l It

Mine and paying for thief notice. graphs taken in up-to-date style, and i gave the ADVOCATE office a pleasant I mother at Mrs. McCall, has been an Invalid "Several pleant parties have been out I

tr *r. and Mrs. S. B. Rathbun and much cheaper than ever before. Portraits call. '/ : forth. past three year, and came A HOME. this week.

Grace Rathbun, who have spendIn Crayon, I'aatel, Water Color and I I -Mr*. Geo. M. Robbins and Douglas, II to Tltusvllle some three.,month ago for Mr. Fred Black has purchased the JOB PRINTING of all, kind don at \
winter Oil Paintings at most reasonable rates, who have been spending several week health .
. In Tltusvllle\ left Wed- I her Wetmore residence In West Tltnvllle, this offlcn, at reasonable rate Give .
'Ja. ra., for.Sanford, and down the and enlarged from any small photo I with the former' sister Mr*. Anthony, I The body was embalmed by Under consisting of two and one-sixth acres of n* a share of"Jour Work. '

"boa River to Jacksonville, where graph. Babies taken as quick as a I at Washington, lay are now visitingMrs. taker Hindi, of Cocoa, and shipped to land, all cleared and fenced, with a Dice

boarded a Clyde steamship for New wink. Call and see samples of our Robblos mother and father, Capt. White Springs, for Interment at Swift six room house thereon. bIn

eo route to their Hammer home In work, and then you will kn >w whatwe and Mr. R. P. Pad.llon, of Point Can Creek, Hamilton county, Fls", accompanied Th hons is I now occupied by Mr. A. ERRATA,

"oodiport, N. Y. By the time can do for you well, V. C., where they are having ads by Rev. and Mr*. McCall and S. Platt manager of the Tiliuvllle Ice .
last II.u.ln of this i
Tltusvllle Fla. our
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Warn to Tltusvllle In November llghtful time. children. lease for six months
factory, upon a so Board of County Commissioners, w. '
' w cement block house will, prob- -Mr. Claude A. McCandless, wbo has J2P Our mailing clerk I II Rending out TUANk: Mr. Black will not be able to take stated, In the Itemized list of bill. for
<" ready for them. The above lad charge of the public school at Melbourne bills to those who are In arrears to the possession until the expiration of the Road District No. 1. that J. P. Parker '

were accompanied by Miss Char- for the fast term, has been In ADVOCATE Singly, the amount I la very i Through the medium of the AD VOCATB lease. received $3. . >>
y. Palmer, who Is on her way to Tltusvllle several days this week, enjoynga mall, but when there are a hundred or we take. this mean of tbsnklng' Mr. Black has bd an offer to cell a as It abould ban read: "J. P. Parker,
klfD, N. Y. to' remain north until relatives and receiving the many good and kind filend of Tltusvllle but '
visit with more aub.oriberainrrear.., It amountsto building lot, already, doe not oar shoeing mule, $1.00." e
ber' Mrs. L. M. Wetraore JoinJ greeting from his many friends. He a nice little sum If you have hot for their act of kindness and to sell at present.TEMPERANCE.
J Party in Jacksonville and they will soon leave for New Tore, to spend paid your subscription, remit. Look at sympathy to us during our aunt' illness '
I 'lied off and death She never bad Abe opportu Dinner and Luncheon I
together. t the ADVOCATE MEETING.
the summer the date on : or wrapper.
pity of getting out and making friend, :...
Also read the notice to subscriber on --- lltb the
S Beginning on Monday, May ,
, Muleg for Hale 6th yet she dearly loved those who would will be rneeRnif of the Ternperanoe -
Notice to Growers. our pag* ot' There a Palmburst, Tltnsvlllo, will\ serve merchants -
com In to see uk about her. W*
pair' of mules, sound: and In good OLO E-WERSICKE Elastic book cases God' blessing all. Union, Tborad.yarterooon at dinner or luncheon at the priceof
Jacksonville, Fla., pray upon four o'clock, sharp, at the residence of
Uoo Brothers
for Marx machine Records Needle. thirty-five cents
sale] at a reasonable Talking- ,
price, Sincerely, P. P. A L. E. fCC.ALL,
E '""Ing na present use for them, wish to notify Growers that they will be House, Boat and Copper Paint Mr*. C. V. FUcber, Julia street, Tit u.- Table d'hote dinner served at six

Address BX glad to handle their Fruits and Vegetable FURNITURE, DRY GOODS SHOES. Ward*'* Ithode.Island CeJIt. vide; May 21st. o'clock, at the Drloe.,,' fifty cent. it'

ADVO'UIC this coming season, If they wl'.lship Ruga, arpets Linoleum, and )Matting. A ticket for three of either of these -'1)
office Tltusvllle\ FU.
. good, sound stock Overripe Fruit. Edison and Columbia Batteries Greatest utility fowl on earth Egg Htove Wood for Hale. meal will be sold for one dollar

Vegetables, or Packing House Refuse, Baseballs, Mils, Masks, Glove I balance of season $1 per etilog.. WK cord 0
townall I heart.
Best I 10 $7.OOper ,
Hardware Etc. will not be received. CHA.A.OA0iBBTltuvlllPboneM.3Job : Pullets at f l': each. Free catalog. :
2.40 per strand and '1.20 per X strsnd. HAT VA Vi INN ,
a --A Respectfully, LAKEMOST:: Pooi/mr FARM, '

[all!! kinds of Hardware, both shelf MAX BHOTIICM. ,. Printing. 0-3 Winter Park. Fla. Try It and be convinced.1 J. It. E.MI*. II. F. Freeman, Proprietor, Bat Cave t M

'y, Paints Oil midst of finest In I,
Sit Ship Chandlery, Do not forget the fact that *V the AD N. C. In thus acenery "''I
leave, and Glassware, call on as. Drayluff and Hauling.All VOCATB office, TltuivlUe, *e do 'Job Dra1JUar. Wood for Hale western North Carolina, situated 14)'

the goods and our prices are printing of all kinds, neatly, cheaply and Braying or hauling alt'IDdl prompt mile*.from HeodersonvlUe, N. C., and d\\ I,

I kinds of draylng and hauling expedltloosly. Letterhead, Notebeads, ly attended to. Meet all tralss. .Stove PIo or oak, any length. Also plow. 20 mile from Asbcvllle, N. C. The ,

,e orders< receive: prompt attention. promptly attended to, and Satisfaction Billhead, Envelope,Tag, and all other wood for sal* at all time. log and harrowing. See or address ,1. famous Chimney hock: and Bat cans

, J*.. PUTCHABD. $oa, raar&n teed. kind. H. :E. HOLTE*. TUnivllle. W. Jamison Tltusvllle, tla. .near the Inn Rate reasonable.
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Imtte rt *.>u'for antagonism between the ANNOUNCEMENTS.FOR I FOR CLERK OF THE ClRCt: 'IT
f Con
Free and who sometime succeed In stealing the I rt r
I Awn To The Voter of Brevard
greater part of tbe stock which the He that all the people aDt I.J".t la County'Thanking
Masons says STATES ATTORNEY you for
Accepted predatory animals do not kill. Poisonous what i they sets entitled u>. and all I, belt to announce past favor i lit

plant are! another nuisance which I .JIB mllr'*<1. ali-ti'd' want U just what I hereby announce my candidacy for for re election to myself tbe office a. a I ,aodld'
the sin iMid'I'd lu. and that Ilie Rell nomination to a secoud term of the officeof the Circuit ""I I elk
give tbe stockmen considerable trouble Court of Urev.ri, V
No 90 load;' C.mrnl in l I'1 should allow them DO State Attorney ID and for tbe 7th subject to the '?i Ut
Indian In many parts of time country Uncle uioiuMr. Judicial circuit of Florida subject to thedechdon Democratic action Of the )

Hirer Tltunl1l. Sam baa always shown a disposition J..oliMin hit hid ten yeses ItgUlit of the'temncratlo Primaries to kindly for Primary, and would F,*
to co-operate with the stockmenIn i live upeilencw Ha was a member of.' be held on May 19, If oti. If again trusted you your support

Florida these nuisance In fact. the II use" of Reprewnt.tleos| In lWt/ with the administration I I of this most lielpecltijll.
Lodge combating 11101 and l'Kl! : ; .. M< It mt'tJlber the ben- Important office by the people I will as __A. A rurraFOR
day Holdi of each IU meitiega month In the the awond Manunlo and Temple fourth,frl fttiUTUle.at be Is doing better than merely meeting ale lKr! ADd 1007 lie voted' for sod I have always strived to drt, perform ra> !:
JiSOucWkp\ UI. tbe stockman halfway In tbe work helped| 10 i plea'' evtiy ..,,,111..0': | of tie> Kallr duty Impartially and fearlessly for tbe
national forest .iiKl/ CunimUalon law HIM utatutebx.ks best Interest of tbe Stale. To the Voters of Brevard County
P. W. RolMiru, Woralilpf Master On many of the range UD .
awn A Stewart, Hnnlur Warden. for the last rangers and guard. JOHN O JOKES, I respectfully announce myself .
Harry Wllarm luolor Warden.H year In his Hiiaoiiuo-nifiit for the Aloe of State Attorney 7th Circuit. candidate at the next l'rl ''
R. Wllaon TrtuurerJno have been asxlgned to the work: of mar> Eleetfor t
R. Walker, HMiratary RiiilroH l uinmtKi-loiier \lr.I J ,Cll101l1i says election as Sheriff of
Frank Sama, Menhir iMammTboa bunting and trapping with tbe soleaim that what w.. nt-cd, what we want end FOR STATE SENATOR. I, ijounty. brat'

L..Hama, Junior IMMooa of killing off tbe animal that prey char" eve me 'ntl.ll.d. 141 Is a rend) safe, To the Voters of the nth Senatoilat DIs I I would appreciate the
Caw, H Walton, Hrnilor Htcwaro. earnest i
J. W. Krailer. lunlor Steward. upon stock The work has met with rapid situ l chespi-r u'"n."I'i all on uf. our tt iota: port of all our people.
J: 1>. Knnla, Tyler. and hundred of : pKioonii, pioduuta, l'rtptrty' toil mipplle. I heieby announce myself a candidate Tours truly
M. S. Sam, Chaplain. marked success Il.. mill not ba able 'OJ ere 11111 I ilievntersj for Mate Senator for the 1:Uh Senatorial) JOSEPH P Bnowv
I wolves and coyotes have succumbed In per-ou, and he U taking ills means to District, composed of Itrevard, bt. f.ticle -f-

to tbe lJulleta'and tbe polsotf of the get b-fom aa many of tunas HK p INDIAN IIIVEH CIIAPTKB NO. .T, I" be oonnldcie.l, l direct tbe Democrat as expressed In the eDlU' '
bunters Each animal killed mean a then may To The Votera of Brevard
ROYAL AHCII ,IMASON8. apeal L'I every \"hll'lo cast his ballot) forW. lag primary. J. %V. WAT cox.. Countj
decided saving to tbe sheep Industry Having served the
The Indian Rive Chapter Rnjral Arch Manoni J K JACKSON: Miami, Fla. unexpired (tern,
meet the tint Weilaueuajr of nub mouth at tin for It t II estimated that one wolf averages Judge A. D. Penney, as County jur
e N aiwnlo Tanil'", f.'r KnllroHd ninnmloner., I hereby solicit the suffrage of
about 'LOOO damage each year. 'ro the Voters of the 13th Senatorial District tin ,
Tb'uUuwlnlf arc the timers of tbli chapter lens of Brevard County lot
M .R. "Hum' *, Xxnflll..t lUgliVrlest.i / Forest officer are co-operating( wltb ,. to that office and promise II re-elec i
J. Tl. Walker, Kin I hereby announce myself a oondl i time
tbe stork association to stop tbe administer
r I : R. Wlla :n, T-aiir::: ';r, of live stock and run tbe rustlers Albert W. Gilchrist Senatorial District of Florida, fully and unpartlally.
O, A. HMwart, mwratarr.T .' '
K. H'n.lor. ('a"t..r lloat I out of the country The war on polonou ) I subject to the action of the Democratic B, It tt IL,O\
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J', w. Rnlwria' I'rln'II.11 l l rtojoiirnar. plant has Icon curried on for Party at the approaching Ilrl marl..II. I
F. A. Morgau,14.y.1 arch ('r1ltalii.J.N.Watler F. M. IltDSON. FOIL COUNTY C0MMl.SltER1)letrirt: :
MuoerofThtr.1V. more than a year by tbe forevt-service /::
I*. J: ball: sinter nf Honnnil V. >o. 1To .
C. It. Mtowart, Maxtor of Iftrtt V. In co-operation wltb the bureau of ( Candidate for Governor ofFlorid Jolt ItKPHKSFNTATlMC.
K, A. Ixwley, HmillnelOltOKK plant Industry and white the Investigations { tbe Voters of Brevard C mntv
i To the Voters Drevard County i
have just boon begun/ It U already I hereby! announce mjsclt! ,. act !
I respectfully' announce myself as a date for'ereiectioo to the IIlIIcl', '
OV KASTKKN STAR. seen that tbc4r growth can be : :: ; : : i : candidate for Representative In tbe LeglalatiirA Commissioner for Dlatrlnt NI. \.t.t 't.'' i]

checked In many states: If It I* possible from Hrtvarfl !rmintv. at the cider the officB an t :
rrlnnil'lilp Chapter, Vo II, hold IU meeting I || Important one n:11 t
the Maamilo I HK| room, Tituarllle. on tin to check tbe wild bone nuisance primary election to be -'Ma7-JI-I-b. nominated' and elected I will ttten1"
Brat Cud third 'rnnaiUyi In each month at I KMCm as easily as tbe older troubles wblcb t. .0" My plRtf...mill "The will\ and alai l of give It a business administration t!I
The following an the oflloera of tli* I the |' !opla of Utevnid comity 1 have beat of
huts bothered tbe stock Interests, both my ability. J. >I o BA
uo petscheme'and, If elected.III only
MI. 7 n II, H Wilann Worthy 1'itli.n r' ; go aa jour repiettentatlve. Thanking District No. 't.
Mr.. M. K. ilihlnn. Aaicrtilate Matron. find tbe range rid of another serious r you for your aupuojt, I remain To The Voter of Brevaul ( ..
Mm. K. H Wilwin, re-ellOC..llIeore""r". Yours truly, Jons HOUSTON 'nun.
drawback which help >o retard progress -,
Mr*. lItIrtila Kiln. Trewurer.Thefminwingomonre I I hereby announce myself BcinJ,

Mrs. I>e*..eHtni: '", Allah were appointed I in the business. I To the Voters of Urevard County: for County Commissioner from hit
Mica HimleTiximr, HiithMlu I ; No 2, subject to the action of the
I candidate for
Irma MynilH. Killier.Mr am a ,
mary. If elected I will
Martha.Mr. :\ and auk the of all endeavurw.
Haniwl FOR ATTORNEY GENERALVOTE respectfully support
M. A. 'In..,..:*. Klecta.Chaa I + + Democratic voters In the coming pri Ihe people a fair and Impaitlai. serial:'
.,. ra8 1
II Wailoi. Wat i yy ICenprc I fully
FOR ; mary. Very truly, I IK.
John It. Walker, Hentlnd.Ueo. JOHN U MiIMxtrlct
M. Kobblna, ('liaplaln.KNIOIIT I 15. fcTEWAUT.Branlley I "
Park M. Trammell : Fla
| I No 3.
OP I'YTJlI4M.I\I.IIIAN Kit'FBLnnnK FOR TAX COLL :CTOK. To the Voters of Itievard C oimtvt
A Friend to the People. I
MI. 103; 'J'" Tbe Voter of Bievard County respectfully announce nnc':: aa
i dlditte. tor je.election to the flii,
I here IIh 1
announce candidacy for
-- my
County Commissioner for the I"I
Ihict I
the office of Tax Collector/ of Itrevard
r County. If elected to this office 1 .* \\lll appreciate your MI;'port,.
prom- It. A, :
I UoastltDiatrlcl
I- rise to (live my best cervices to tAe poo-
pie and trust 1 will receive their sup
at tbe No. 4.
port coming primary.
) PHILIP II. WitioiiT. To the People of Brevard County

every end and 4th Monday InnlulI' In I I beieby announce myself acaudl
.ach mont!!. at t o'clock FOIl TAX ASSESSOR. for ie-electlun for County Coinmtai

relateManturat. : ,::; :::::".: '.::::..W. It. 1 halt brought him nut, (He) ('II iue out asa I action of the ))emo r"lto primary
: Arma.... .. .. .. .... . .?/. respectfully announce myself aa a elected, I shall give faithful alien i,
Mufer uf Work... . ... .John K, Welker rantlulnte .lone IInc1.lngle hand candidate' )ollOt, Tax the duties of the office and
Inner Ouarit. .. .... .... ...W.'I'. Mather.hit.rOnar'l A Raesnor. eM11t'1work |
< |. . .. .. T,K. l>e ; KinhenuerMater ; : : :::: ::l>. II.. ITItahardOBO : my yo.ir apt and shall favor giving nil county! wo
of Kinaiina. .... .. .. Krocketl support uf the corporation., of the pi val, and thanking you for jour IUPpOI.t. the lowest responsible bidder
Keeper of Keoonla end Seal..0. A. Stewart I remain, ,
All veiling Kbigliti cordially Invited to ttland. antl-j irpnration, the prohihftlon- Yours truly T. A' Rootlet

I..tl. of the (noel option lit", the W. U, HALL. District No. B.

TITIHVILLI5: OAMP NO. 141.Mmttaevvry Christians nml the Jews anf of the FOIl COUNTY: TREASURER. To Tbe Voters Of Brevard Count, I\I..,

t genlllen, the 1'ublicana 'and sinners Courtenay, Fla., Marsh 25: 1008. I hereby announce myself acand,

sIs e ," He WOIIIt!, even accept the To tbe Voter of Urevard County: I' for County Commissioner of the Mtilct. ,.
i If elected, I promise tot do //I
1 ky J i'I support of the I'l erisecs. Having decided to offer myself as a can to give the people of thin In e.,

candidate for nomination at the coming good roads, Bud look after be gel
lime I "rntUns lo with. Democru'lo
corp; can primary for the office of welfare of the couuty 0

out the peopleand the people, County Treasurer, I respectfully request, I will appreciate the support of

\s. do witliout jour support, promising! you that, Ifnominated many friends the :nth:; dUtilrtO
f 1 i the Corp 'Fshone. and elected, I will fulfill the C J llAKill

Neither should be illowed to oppress duties of tbe office In tbe Interest of the i I'I
people of Brevaid' county ulu the i I
flrntaud third Monday In each the other Capital 1.* organ. when I was honoied with paRt FOR 1\1 E III II Kit OF $CIUtotLltOAI 1I 1
month li conti-
at Up. in? *ru lit the .Maaoulo your I
Temple ized labor should organize dence. Very respectfully -- II
tonal Cominandnr .. ..4.. .f. N IlltohnmkAdrlaur JNO. II. SAMS.I District No. 1To I
Lleiituuant .,. .. I*. W. Kolwrta, The license tax law licensing The Voters Of Brevard ':ante 1.t 1
I, Hanker. ,. . ... .. .. .. Clerk Iarrutliitrt little enterprUe should l be am candidate for County Treasurer I respectfully announce myself
K.uort .. .. .. . . .....(loo. II, HrocketlWaUihinan .. of Itrevitrd county and respectfully solicit candidate at tbe next pilniitrlei bnI 1e
.. .1 (' unlwtiUtintry amended' in order that taxation the school board member for distrlctN
...,,i. ... ..... .. ..,. ./,.Oen. W. llanfunl support of all voters at the corning '
Manager.... ... .. .. ... .. .. .. ...K, II. Illaik I / should bear more evenly > Democrallo piliuury. I shall appreciate the support uf .1'l
A. P. Oruber B. J. Norton Rookledee, Fla., R. F, HATCH. A. J. CABI
All vlnltlnff Womlmen are cordially Invited to Article XIX of the Constitution April IS, t .IOj.)! ,
attend the uioetliiKii.t'nclo I District No '*. n
provides for Local the
I Option. J
h To the Voters of Urevard County
YfiAI1 qualified elector ( not the Cover FOR SUIT. PUBLIC INSTRUCTION.
Barn'sMltl florae TeiU To The Voters of Urevard I am a. candidate for member F.

Wild horses by the thousands are) ) approve or veto constitution Yielding to the solicitation COllnt't of yard Board of Public Instruction, for
many county
amendments. He Is the
overrunning the government national not on friends, I announce myself as a candi Respectfully\ t

forests and the authority In WashIngton "recently constructed band wagon" date for nomination before. the coining O. S. MMIEW It

are besieged tub petitions from He commenced life working In primaries.If -
stockmen and farmer legging them nominated and re-elected I shall use District >o. 3fo ""
Quincy .Florid, at a salary of $15 my:: bet effort, as In the past the Voters of Brev-rd: County: '..I
to put a atop to the nulaauce. Ev..r1herd mote the Interest of our tpbi'to I mel! : )
I per.month and boarded himself respectfully announce !
t la a pout to the owner of vegetation School8lItem. candidate,,, at next primary, for sc

and domestic stock Neither the hat himself been* hard work. Respectfully, Board Member Will appreciate sur

forest rangers nor any other employ. ing, struggling man: "and he knows JoaN R WALKER 'Of all Respectfully K B d<"<" t

1 cei of the government bmo beeu told It means to others! He has ..'

to destroy the boraen and uulens I .v.e.. .. aasaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa.a..a.. ..>>". .......>>...... "" ........... saaalastm
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Jhydo GEORGE GRAY 01 I married, be has always had 41. - --p..pP.7'7 '77.7'7'7.7.--- .
receive such orders they will COQ- .rI
obligations. Illat life has been 41 + "
flue their energies to \ '" I
't fencing crops In the list of president! poHSlbllltleit

from the trrspasslnn aulnmls or round- widely dlscusBed His public record more in thoughtful ('on lid. LEADING.

lag them up when they appear and Princeton college In the class of 1850: mid .. of other people than him 1 i- I rl e ItI.

threaten damage to Indeed.If after which he practiced law In
the range Ha feel. sure he will, be t
half the Stot'I': current nt tbe capital ware lS7t.SUnltl'tl "States senator ( 2 I
Democratic "if he CANDIDATE I
senator against the fore gets enough votes, ,
are true the rangers In Uncle
Para's service al\Mould\. have little'chanceof the protective tariff, member of the does not propose to trade oil *111\ I.t
pence commission In the "
destroying tbe big herds that are strike C"oIUOI..lou. tuo-: :!, chairman of .. olllce. There Is honor In I FOR ty.

roamlug o\er. the uatlo '1 ranges 1003 and has U-en sole arbitrator In being Governor, If it Is tainted} W4fHr :

Within the last few yeah they have a member of the International/ court of dishonor he does not'want

incrensed to such an extent that tu with the pence oonferonce at The H KU* .
.f appeal tor the third circuit om e. UNITED. It
many localities they are classed a."varmints ''lit''
e .
," with wolves wildcats -- --- .
and grizzlies and i,
iuan'a rifle
\ i ....,
4 Is turned against them No fence itt STATES

strong enough to stop these horses, ; .\ t 1 1r
CONGRESSMANWILLIAM of Employers Liability law \In 1\ ,
and when they appear In force they ',1.la".

have "Vl'U teen known to knock down 101'", Z'j SENATOR
and kill cows and c-uhvu. After each
'i for K.Uiu ,d4Comml..tilon law
visitation from. a herd tbe ranchman .

t 9 It likely to mourn tbe loss of his domestic B. LAMAR !.). RlaUture ID lS&.. ...

horses, and It ':
1'1'11111'oull a
Judge =Swayoe::\ In Congress. DUNCAN E
few days' association with their new FLETCH
t' companions for the belt broken anl. uc@d bill In Congress to piotect I II"

mils to become as wild a. tbelr nomadic i

comrades. WINNING oa Inland' cotton, Stands for These Principles :

e, Tbe wild horse problem U only one ,aganii! free trade on tobacco. : Control
of the many which stockmen have to of Inl.ra.laie Carrier by Iatereiale

contend with which tbe Itonrnme"ut U National Drainage of swamp Commerce Coimnlnfea. A ",
:: F.ror. Inrome Tax 1 0;',
trying In one way or another to solve Candidate (for polled State overflowed lands. SU.J for :
T.rfM Re- aroft. sand DenefllB to ..
on tbe
rt ranges of the national forests. ....
I Florida
i Farmer
t prelection to fruits and veget and Frelt Grower. ''Of,
aulmols. such aa wolves, / ; Outr
oa Egyptian
CoUo .
coyotes mountain lions and wildcats : In trorl.la. 0*>.. .....*.( Appropriallo.s for n.rfc...... ;\1
4o thousands of .
dollars' worth of dam.lIe Senator LaUatd Hirer cad Watorway. ......,.
to stock each year In all parts of l. National Aid to Good Roads. OPpe.ed to Traal. and aU )Ic esopotl.s.

tbe country. On some ranges forest I: Favor. C.rreaer R torm lNI

dicers have to contend with rustlers g ...... ft ....
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J v OOOOO OQ O OI -I yoa mean?demanded tbV stranger. T! TITUSVILLE- -- ----FLORIDA-- tj

I 11; Rickets. 0tl rUing to his feet Mason M. Clark Co. 'd 4

"Simply a friendly- wager! repliedthe ,
Simply the visible sign that baby's tiny bones I youth !IA; Favorite St"ln; a Favored I II .

o are not forming rapidly enough. The stranger dldu'Uwalt to hear anymore I Secton-The Famous East Commission /4&2R&V' Merchants a

.:Jt but walked out of tbe hotel Coast of Florida.OMTHEBEAUTIFULINDIAN.
g Lack of nourishment is .
: the while the -
cause. (9 quiet youth put away hi* :I -
!bank roll and relapsed once moro Into I'
0 Scott's Emulsion nourishes baby's I thoughtful silence. (II 1 1I !, RIVER U07-SKM>> ( Washington ALL FLORIDA

entire system. Stimulates and makes bone. I Tbl Incident occurred before Riley ICrauuan's i 4 VIOKTAltLKS

? Exactly what baby needs.ALL I' nerve Judgment and luck Tli. town of TUus>llle Is situated on NEW TORE OUR BrKCIALTY! "
I' had made him the greatest; race track t
I' the Florid Bast Coast Railway, 154
DRUGGISTS i AND $ plunger of modern times but It the miles south of Jacksonville, 143 miles q
g I story were told tomorrow to any one and
I Oranges
; Grapefruit Pineapples.P.
oo ; OO O of the many racing; men In the United north of Palm Teach and Ill miles .
" States and north of Miami. The TttusvlUe branch: 'l\
i no name were, mentioned \
he would pick out Granusn am the of Ute defunct Jacksonville Tampa tt

professional Oardn.JO. quiet man. Ills action In letting the KeyY st Railroad now controlled by Ruhlman & Co. :
CDAN1APLUNE ; other man talk until he waa tired and the Florida East Coast Railway Co. .

then knocking him Into a heap with! aim ruqs Into the town.-this being the
\ /- M. BOBBINS, 'I one blow was so thoroughly characteristic terminal point of that brawn. Thereare :ill! Washlnftton St' ( NEW YORK) I t t r r13
1 Murray Street J N. Y.
AND COUNSELOR 1 'of Grannan that nobody who several train arriving <1. ily) from _. .," t, j t.
Reminiscences of One of Amer I knew him would for a moment doubt Jacksonville and Sanford during the
AT-LAW. : that he WM the hero of the
ica's Greatest Turfmen. story. _80U. ;.t'
t nil I practice In State and United State : As the county seat of DrevarJ county' Oranges Pineapples ji
Court. I I They Must B* Hardy : It has a court house and a modern<< ,

I FLA. FORTUNE LOSER AND WINNER I An official of the department' of agriculture jail building with 1'lIro1y'PI' two or
I referred at a dinner In Wash three Inmate The population Is over and Florida Fruits Our Specialty. i ,

I I ington to the amateur fiorlsts who 1000. I'lneM!' Is no rare, that one doctor
L. GAULDKN Greatest Exhibition of His iron N.rv.. spring/ up> In the suburbs every spring In town'fluids ample time to act II' WtO t lepriMtont several 1 of tIe! larlt'dI1.\ .... r.. In your Mate, and wish to represen j 4

I Would Bt In Any Kind of a Gam*. by thousands.! Justice of the Peace and Noisrv *>. Iota "1st,. Ghe us a ttlal shipment Established 80 years ,
ATTORNEY-AT- "More florists
perhaps flowers ,
Amusing Incident at a Chicago Hotel ', lie, besides attending to hit
fill practice In all the Courts*of Urn 8tateTTORYEY.A spring up. he said. while the other .
That Depicts One of His Character practice, flnUs tnto -
Florida,and the United Bjates CourU.i.O "In a need shop one day I hoard 01181 1
Box.2235. TITUBVItLB. FLA. Ittics. j of these amateurs complain about the hunting. -a, -- KBUP '1't-IIN tlOUSU IN MIND 'ta s ,
Around Tltusvllle are a number -
last batch/ of floods be bad bought/ After It
Riley Grannnn. the noted plunger : ,
fine ant
ho bad ended bin complaint! be began orange groves vegclabi 1 1I
who died the I
J. WEBB, other day at Rawhide farms.
to ask floral LAW :\eWIIS one of the moat picturesque I Iflguies !' 'Oil by the way' he said. 'v hat Is 1 Here Is virtually the head of the Indian HEYi4BALTIMOF j'I

d the American turf ban ever a hardy row?" < River and t the favorite point for

Wilt practice In the Courts of the 7th 1 kuown. >eit to ritfsburg: Pnll he was "'11 I III one,' growled the dialer 'that fitting out and starting of numerous I

rcult.! Tues paid for collected.non-resldente tho (coolest gaiucBt; man that made and doesn't mind your wife pulling It up cruising parties during our balmy ", In.I .
and accounts
d rents lost money cm the track. With $00,000 j by the roots every day to see If It has tor tnoniris; everthlng necessary to I E: LV1D. t i4
ITt'IVILLJI:, FLORIDA. staked If'gun to grow yet.' 1 comfortably equip a pleasure yacht
ou a race this man of Iron "
nerve would stand on bin stool on the j can here be obtained at the mOlt re*- I
TKPUKX: K., FOSTER, Uwu and without a tremor watch UU Respect More Essential Than Love. son able prices This Is evidenced b11; PROMPT; UNSURPASSED FACILITIES'
favorite be eaten !by some supposed The most ensentl.il thing In marriage the fact that the tame parties have I
A TTOItYEY.A -LAW second rafr.l'ortuno I Is respect It la above love been coming here annually for many WM. HEYSER, PRATT ST. WHARF, BALTO.'MD.IB1ULO .

, .)yal-U tchuroh Building, after fortune slipped throughhis I above compatibility, above even thepriceless winters for that purpose!. In preferenceto .

JACKSONVILI.K, FLA. hunch but each time until 1U07 be serine of humor. Ilespect! will any other point along the F..altCellt. "
retrieved. Then he went nlnioat abso I make even tbe "appalling Intimacy"endurable .
lutely !broke, and the Ulley Jrannau and will (luring one through; Ei b bOrl.It.
-\ A. 8TBWAKT, who( In the old days plunged. thousandl I the most trying disagreements with wide To the southeast of salt of water Tltusvllle bay (4s about the : : : It. -(
no bruise on the soul, whatever wounds !
FIRE INSURANCE. on two a contest dollar bettor became Riley Craonun the there may bo lu the heart. Therefore sit miles In width), formed by the wa I

Rtpreoents only strong' and reliable The greatest exhibition of nerve the men and women, never never marry :, tern of the famous Indian River. Here THE BEER OF QUALITY

I companies. pluager ever gave was witnessed when any one you don't really respect| however fisting, wild duck shooting, sailing i
paRslopately you love. and ro'lnrIn .tit'' Indulged In to tb.lIeart' .
Office corner Palm and Pine Streets. Henry of Navarre and oiuluo ran a
, Grand Magazine. content of the most fastidious
nest Tonlo for tho Sick '
dead! beat. Grannau. at the eonlth of
TITCSVILLE, FLORIDA: bill career hnd !backing for blue book sportsman, DICKRr' M i,
and decided to riNk everything on A Diplomat.llcnncrs On the ocean botch, nearly In a direct 1ILUK IMHIIOX IlEEH: CINCINNATI l'n,'NItR tl !

TARRY G. UTLEY Henry of Navarre. Other bookmakers -What makes you think that line east of TltusvlUs h Canavcral J dozen $3:l ((5)) 3 dozen $1 00(
posted their prices ugalust Grunnau's Drown Is such a diplomat .Jennl"n-I Club surrounded by over 10,00( A.:dozen.: : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : fl :00 A dozen: ', : .'. '.: : : :'.' : : : ::: : : 4 CO

choice. Suddenly Illley leaped on his When he was shown bin friend's baby I acres of land. This property Is owned< 10 ;,.13: 1 M) Iidosen..U OU

PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.. stool and shouted .prices two points I father's for the first time be sold It bad Its by come of the most prominent and F. O. I3. Jacksonville TU., Ilottlrd at the Drewery.We 'V
Intellect and Its
lower. I mother's wealthy residents of Boston who come t'j l,
TITUSVILLB, FLORIDA. "If 1 bad hall six baiulu Instead of Philadelphia Telegraph.; beau.I south to hunt winter
I I are also, agents for the celebrated l'AI";'I' MKADK the temperance I .
two," bo said later "I couldn't have The cool, refreshing, h/llolI-I1"ln., drink of the season. Alcoholic strength \;{ per cent Sold only In barrels, ]10
I takep the money offered. I beard tbe FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL crone-laden breezes wafted across from
GENERAL DIRECTORY. cry 'They're off!' I beard tbe poundIng the Atlantic Ocean and the broad bay i dozen pints, .tI.C( ( _____

hoots, and I was still taking tbe j VOTE FOR are on<| of the most enjoyable featuresof A complete stock of Imported and dnmpsllo wines' Fine Clarets from '1.00 r I

U. 8. SENATORS.P money. Then come the tbrllllng; call. Park M. Trammell ; this phenomenal' location to ftl.AO per gallon, In ]l/cities>> III) ot.. to U.'J.I: :
hllarerro..... .......... .. ..J r"ionvlll.. 'A dead beat between Navarre and I There la a Urge area of primeval i ";
Hillary? ? .. ..... ..... .. ... renutoola. Domino!* I stood on that stool pre
U. 8. CUNUREaSMEN. pared to lose $lJO.OOO-tbe: amount I I A Friend to the People. northern forest and, southern prairie and land western beyond boun the HULK WHISKIES tl.m( ) to fd.OO) PKK GALLON. ,f'I'I _

I >kCI rk..... .......?.. .... ...Lake City was pledged to pay If Domino won." .
;1'I 1\\ a.aBpvkman,B, Lamar...:::'..::::::::::.'. ::. MonneeYo.U. :: And Grannan never turned a hair i i larlBSof of, the Tltusvllle thrifty,settler awaiting to; till the the advent The following have eiprens. ) chsrfs sided to price of goods, '

I S. LAN OFFICE.: during; those tense moments. I Notice- fertile soil, which, now, abound In 4 quarts Mutiny Ilrook. ., (5 ()X() FINE BLENDED WHISKIES.:
Chutih. .. ... .. ........ ...Reicliiter Tbe number of times Oranuan'watched . 11(5): (
I 11
Here rAn ton found' quell Inl'll8.turke 1'1111| Jones, 4 quarts, . . $3 00 !!
f eldi, Warren ... .. ....... .......Receiver a horse which figuratively bore oi*'I Y GriCE IIKRKHY, ; :: \ game Bottled In Until: ;I
Ottlcea atOatneavllle, Florida cent he bad In the world | nionll\ afM'r'' lal'. I shall apply tn H. K. ) add deer hunting to suit the: Inll 00, 4 quarts . . . 500
back Wllwm, ,
I Its every County udice of Kravard oonnty 4 quarts Mellwood . 4 Get\
EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT would make a long list In a narra- fur a final ill.i'harue aa ailiulnlatrauir" of.i moat ardent huntsman.Tltutvllle 1:1: ." .. 1,1 Oil Hariwr, 4 quart.. ., . .. . 5 00Bottled fI
I !
olwn B. Rroward ..... ...... ... Kutaleol .Mm. Martha "-lnivler.' "
Clay Crawford .Ooveinor.or State. tive of that series of crucial moments !il-7 WAL.Th.lt; HWF.KNEV.; has shelled streets, elfle In liond. Caioado<< Tonnessce. 4 quarts. . 5 00 '1''
' I V. Knott.: .....:::'::.":::Secretary....: : It could not be truthfully stated that lie tic lights, a reliable bank a mam 4 quarts Ouokenhelmer, 1 00II << Ilium's Monogram '4 'Ii. Mend, or
H. Killa. ..... '''AtU>rnef535Sir3'raoC. He would bet 'In & _. __._. & moth sawmill, employing about 130 'U'" . : 75 'btluletllo bond
Croon,,, .... ...... .. quailed once. any T TTTTTTTTTTTTTYYYY
1iMrLIn,...,,..:.Coraralulotier i ; Comptroller.Agriculture.: kind of a game.; It was said be YYYY. men; several fine brick blocks andvery Government liottllog, 4 quarts . . . . 4 20
M Uiillowat.. .:.Bupt. llihllo Instruction bet bow far a peanut would I. : store In them occupied by 4 quarts Monorlef Springs, 4 :(151 13 quarts Monogram . . 13 00
'board. R. Fo" ter..... ,.. .-Ueneral would on up- I 1-1 11 (X) ?
b.llradford.. 'oo... ...SurveroM+enerel. I roll down a bill I' : to-date merchants; a Board of Trade Alsn Bottled tn Ilium's Hylvan Glen, 4 quarts, . 8 20
(.Row..... ,,,,,.. ....... .. .State Chemist.enamm i
, ..!lta') Kxainlnef.: Some years ago a smooth faced young; 1 $ IF YOU RECEIVE A SAMTLE ? five white churches large fisheries, 4 Five Hermitage. ft (110 Ilium's hylvan fllen, 6 quarts 4 GO-
Office at Tallahassee,Florida. man But twirling his thumbs alment- a tanning extract and palmetto fiber Old! Goats and In Uon.l. Ilium's Sylvan Olen, 8quarts, 0 40
SUPREME COURT JUDGES. mindedly In the corridor of 'a Chicago ; i COPY OF THIS PAPKIl factory, an Ice factory, law and real Pure North Catohna Wblui Corn 8 00 lUun,'. Hylisn Olen, U quarts B 00a
Division A. hotel lie seemed entirely uninterested i iIT estate office, an house, a well- II lack and lilu Corn 4 quarts' 8 (HO Sheridan ( lub, 4 quart. . . 75
trpera harvest Coin 4 8 I\\()' Hherldsn Club I) . . tl 00
eat M.8h..kleford.) ....t Chief Justice ID what wa going on around btm. A I j IS TOLE'T quart quart
James u, wiilifleld Robert? S Cockrell. : : organized band, hooting club, large Lauiel Valley Corn quarts' 3 60( Sheridan Club, liqsiarts? . 8 00
wltb huge dlai
Division B. flashily dressed milD a l I i : YOU KNOW TIIAT 2 and comfortable hotels, besides I i

r. I IrkTsylnr ...... Prealdlnic rnstla niond In his scarlet necktie came nol- j f number of boarding home.la various 3 1 Send for our Price List GE
William A. hooker; ha.B. Farkrilll. ally tn and walking: up to the i parts of the town.

FLORIDA LEGISLATURE to one I of the clerks: i i BECOME A SUHSCRIHKK. i The facts u presented should have -
1.5'"ni: Maml| ,'.. ...... .Senator "Joe. Is there anybody about this ] Charles Blum & OOeLong
> to direct the attention of
"11.Jomii,.'' :: ::: hotel that knows a filly from a colt .1r : a tendency ,' ;
visitor! to ,
prospective our
many cosy
house? i t I
CIRCUIT COURT Is there a racing/ uiuu In the .
'18.Jnnwi, Tltu \\IIei........Circuit JiirtRfc, "That man over there goes' to tbe i II town, In making their plans for thewinter

lynngTerm-Fourth r 6* Orlando Tuesday'l'Of08\1t\nlf' in MarOh.Attorney track occasionally.:." replied the clerk. Distance Telephone 188.
'all r rm-Fourth Taeaday: la October. pointing to tbe silent youtb. : ............ ... ........... We have a fine Masonic Hall In

COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD. "That boy! ?" returned tbe stranger. Tltusvllle where Indian River Lodge
1 Walker, Superintendent.Titusville "Well. If there's no one else around 'S DSnempnrlty .No. 90, F.& 'A.3f? Indian River Chap 617-5It W. Day St. J .oliL; ; on.vllloOTOJS F1a..

hero-F.'"">.Cuoo. n. Arnold Malabar) O. B. Single- that can talk borne why. I suppose I'll ter, Royal l Arch Mason. Friendship ---
+ A. J.
IfI COUNTY l Carter lave to Jolly him. Introduce me." and tell.m Chapter No. 11, Order of Eastern. Star;
COMMI&8IONERS. Grannan." cried tbe clerk "this Is and Tltusvllle Camp No. 141, Wood
1 Titouiliel"inkling l chairman John. R. TllhDa.J laoolalcw.'bl..n. J. M.; my friend Colonel Jobnson"Tl1e ht.eke... h F.rmere them.selves. men of the World, and Indian River THE 2APF oo?

I city Point) T. J,Cockahutt, Laaeaaloni silent youth flowed and turned a lia. confidencelathcmbccauae Lodge No;' 103, Knights of Pythias,
r iT a.o], sonv:111o: Ji"1or1.c1a.
4t' face toward the noisy stranger ,
th. are held drat.Monday. In each smiling t'y1/ they know they Hj-egularly,

8RKVARD COUNTY OFFICERS.Wheo. I ."bailers" 011 know" !began,ometUIng the ;latter.about horses"Well, i,y en.caabsMlednp.Iwn'trxpcrl.meat Also a city telegraph office and express The best known and largest liquor housein
., with cheap delivery; a carriage and wagon
TltuavtilelCounty Jtld and I want to the State.
Ltntidan. Titusllls,.......... Pros AU ,. 1'0) a horseman myself tylleslabsylsg hop, and a tin and abet Iron shop.
Stewart,Titusville .. ......COont1 Clark. talk horse for awhile. You see I'm a r' / O
H: Nall Titusvlll.' ... Tab Aaaet.nr \ serd..eatonlbyiml The East Coast Advocate 1s publish These prices Include express charge Tbeae prices do not Include express
..ktllTltu"y11ie, :.,:.'. .. :::.Tax : Iveutucklan. ( rtwoirLny' nd every Friday morning and by a charges, tf you want' u* to prepay, add
Renry Tlttl""tll.....;"' ... .Treasurer.Iker "Teel" replied the youth. "So am I. ?. 'II folio**) 1 gal., IXlet*.| 2 gala 7 cts.
$ Titusville..Perintandent. glance through Its advertising columns 4 'ItA. Forest Lawn' Ilye ..i 3 73 (t {
u : The strnujrt'r began a long dlssertalun aa. 3 \ fl.OI'. l
:: : : gala. IICtA.14 gals .
row ounty Surveyor. to draw his com 1.4 It rasa. AddleS you can easily see who axe the prominent 12' II II If . 8.00
i. ?'TltuaTlll. Sheriff. on horses trying : -
rwuoa, TltuTllle..RegUtratlon j :: i OfficTrrCSVILLK lunlou Into a discussion of the relative S Fu.tICe?kra'rYSa merchants of our town-men who 4 II IltMicbland Hte . *.]? ExtrsBtarRyaPerOal/1.60!'

I TOWN COUNCIL. neriu\ of southern and western animals are ap-t-date citizens And who ire 12 II II a :. . 800 Kkcelslor Rye. ::: : ::: :: It' .1.75:
I :.Wijwn, nayor.; N. Wt8rt) u.nhal but the youth maintained strict asking for your patronage Read the 'a Wen Lllr. . ."-. ., 3.20: 1edmanltye. . II a,00

,.J.I"A::,: \ and. Stewart trees, silence: shaking bin head every once In ads, on every page very carefully 4U; II II . . . non( Eiutland Ky. . . II.. :a.25
1sr Z**! ,n- 1t. Prltchard. P.J. Hall and F.ac'h'tSntia awhile to Indicate what he thought of GRINDLaxative Sample copies of the Advocate will 4 Jim Ouckner Rye 400 Maryland Monogram :J.fiO(
,I. ?" Un011 """" *rat the matter In question at tbe moment. be sent, free, to an'l part of the Unit. ll! II . . 10 00 lines Valley" . . 't ". 8.00\
RohnHuring . II. SM
began; talking e.d. States 4 5..WoodfordCounty. 4M '
the stranger; application.The
JnugviLLf BOARD OF TRADE.: Anally next upon 12 II "' . . tW( 1. W. Harper. . . II 3.CO
tbe day
Ibthhlns. ... about a race to be run Sterling Hotel 1s practicallynew Mnlsue . . . II ".I/) ,
,J a : Prealilent) J. M. Dlxon, tre. 4 to"e. Vallel. . . .00
I','BUh.V1'' "wretary. Menu second Wed. winding up his discourse by Insisting Fruit SyrupPleasant having be lo each month at their' name.So that a certain borse would win. many more roomy added dining room 4 "! Fthof3yring. .. . '. floG Malt Whisky:. . .. 3.00
"He can't l 10_." be said. "He simply enlarged piazzas erected and, all moJem 4 II I. W. harper. . .. . 600 up to( ".1111
YEARS' can't run. behind any of those other to take convenience Installed and bas 4 It LIeOllk . . A.IIII Georgia I Core, .,. . ,. :: 1.60
EXPERIENCE dogs." i keen completely'refurnished. Aooommodatlons 4 .. Lewis' Oaf. . .. . 600 T.aneCorD. .3 ., 2.0O\ 4
The quiet roan listened, but never I The new laxative. Does 4 Se hunter . . . . 6.011 N C. CorD. . .y. :. .1..0 a
did he venture until the' are of the beat 4 It Canadian: Club. . .. 600 Stone' MOuDtaln. . "... JOt
an opinion last desperate effort to not'gripe or nauseate. The Tltusvllle LJvery Stable has a 4 .5 CaD. Kprloj.b"ul..d lD"oDd 6.00( Tom GID$ . .. ., l.fiO I.
tranger. In a i CIne lot of horses and> rigs, and pays 4 II J.X.l'epverboc.lledIDbood A.OO) Holland Gin. . .. l.fio
said I ..
get him to talk : know anything Cures stomach and liver special attention to the tourist and the 4 .. Dulf,'. Malt. . . 4.1111 up to" a.oo
"I don't believe you" sportsman 4 II Amrrlaao Mali .. 51 110 New Fnglaad ]Rum . 1.75
about horses at all. I troubles and chronic con- 4 .. Laurel l Valley Corn a.r.o ttp W 2.60
TR.DE MANKSJ The quest man'a eyes flashed, and The Tltuivllle Graded High School 4 .. stone Mountain Corn 4.00 Cognac resch Apple. .

COPYRIGHTS OCSIONS Ac. ben, looking: op. he said: stipation by restoring the baa so efficient corps of teachers, all 4 It ((0pherGin'l'nnio. ".//10 Aprlpot lllackberry and .
"r'm ktl ...aAln' a a aketPh and ibwonptlnn mat ",Do yon really think that horse will { of whom, .botd flrst-grade teachers' certificates 4 he'll'slslandGin, 4.0() BananaBrandlea, II. 1.60
.*,.,..manal mt"hablf'n oar wanton th free whether an whir natural action; the stomach and baa a school term of 4 .. Ulo rboi/bate. . 500 up to /e 3.00
a CommiinlP*
lya"l" 'If.nnna.nteW.liil* ('. ",,:for H: *.,OBOO. o:PMnW. ta.f'lMlirl'LJ6'0" "'\"br. of course he'll win." replied'the liver and bowels. f eight months Here the chlld/en are Don't Overtook. Tb* /Oo, ( (KU are Port Blackberry Slieirv Wine, Catawba. . ., II II l.PO
: theta,...v. other. given Instruction and prepared for college "
t fc,:.. :eh nre,i\ Bottled at the Distillery!! op to ., 3.00
S saline Jlm rltall. "Well." sa4! the'he quiet doesn't man." and"Ill In bet a Refits ubatltutas. Price OOo. I courses, under good moral conditions AnlicuscrIhischBEEHS od"al.er Pints 10 clJI. per Cask .. .$ia (Hi i ,
I't"hD1 you $10.000 that For sale by Tlta rllle 1'liarniaoy.n '' and associations. Lea than cask per dot . 1 50
.... et nl..rraee. Tamest eht second be had hauled out a big roll of The Palmhnrst Is another hotel opened Export nine Label, 10 dos per oisk. . H BO '
f imontit"en"lla tluW Arab. "'J'nn...ad a.a.. bills and was counting off bank notes .i'lo TUustllU. It Is nicely located near a. Less than cask, per doa . . 1 00 ;
liNN &.OC.t..a. as fast as be conld. I OLD yRWSFAPKRyfor $ale the F. E. C. n,. station, and Is fitted
..... "m", ,. New York kjd tQtt.chlW. what do i I Cheap at this of ic.. with, every convenience. =-_o.--- = WRITE FOB PlUCK LIST
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0.woaTNARDnNOAVaa..." OIP Tsa IkDIAa. Arpavnoa trvaa. LAO.. DISCUSSED SENATOR HUDSONHE favored COUNTY the division- DIVISIOM.I tf, Brevard INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK ,

FUBLUllfcb AVERT FBIDXT. county because every logical reason ofa COUNTY DEPOSITORY.Authorized .
public nature seemed to me to lead to capital

Entered. at the rostufllce at THuivllle. Florida, TELLS WHAT HE HAS DONE AS A PUBLIC SERVANT, WHAT that conclusion. I now believe !that tbe r Paid up capital -, $1$25.00C i CO.COi

u mtcond-claM matter.. results have vindicated my judgment, Average deposits, $200,000

CBUBIBS: H. WAITOB. Editor it Froprletor.Member HE PROPOSES TO DO IF RE-ELECTED TO THE OFFICE ous and to that both division c6untles.has provok advantage ---

of the Florida Press Association.HABBY However, It must be admitted that a I r- ;:...- w Transacts a General Ml

'WILSOM.,. flupt. Composing| llootns hardship bad been worked to a very .r i Business
hardship foresaw deeply' :
few. This I ,
As I have already announced In a WIodluWl1 ride| 9Joui aq 111" 11fl9 t }
10 Heading cents a line.nnUoe.lo local column, foot page preliminary statement I U Is my Intention lion of freight and a SAV4NO OP HIT regretted and would have prevented If I M t l Largest and Oldest Bank on the &11tt
lutes for display advertising made known ont to baHe toy candidacy.. for the f natorahlp MAN LIFE. I could; but I felt that'I roust make a : "1" ,!..,> ,
ap'IIosth Exchange bought and sold on all
All advertising bills become due sfter'Bret on real nod vital U ue*. Introduced this bill at both session choice between hardship to a few Countries.Ihttronageappreclate'dTrromrt. Rarely
appearance of advertisement, anl M otberwi.estipulated hardship to and In that attitude J
f In contract, antes not known moonwlllberegolred0 HANK: FAILURES have lately provedof of the legislature during my tel m. I\ many, .
pay for advenlslng In adVlsoontlnuanvi unwelcome Interest to the people of failed of passage the first time. there can be but one result. tr.atmentandsver1 favor conattr.t<;rvio*.,..f 1''.

vain. of advts. most b* mads personally piule and St. Lucle coun tin. I cannot Tbla law Is no burden on railroad My sincerity Is attested by my action servative a'king granted' ?

1 at this office or by writing. remedy time disasters of the past but I that are I id good c&iditinu and It ls ,a In the last Legislature as to tbe Empire Trust COIUU Comnanv \42 e

t to remedy for tbe future. God send to some sections( of the State division of Dade County, which I favored, t .ii t New ITork. K f T nrnIRer<
The FAST. COAST ADVOTATK Is SUM! \>rr ane.mlmlemontlnTmr propose W The Atlanta Intionel )tank or
I +ea. To Foreign: : Countries where the road have been very remiss. though my relative ultuailon as re. .l Jacksonville, Fla.JackaonrUla:
12.00 pot annum Hubscrlptlons Invariably In INSURANCE OF BANK DEPOSITS versed aDd I was In the losing end. rriz'su ,
Sl advance. Third I supported a bill providing a virAi.i rLA

Ie franchise tax Other citizens of the -- -- -- -- -- .
will effective ---
but It -
It U
kF ln writing t<> the AiivncATR, for simple REGISTRATION OF LAND TITLES.
",losof any kind, the, writer, will. oblige. tm : Tbe plan I la t state pay license taxes and also proper Motor
cloeliiil a .talD".ddre.1 envelop Require banks to pay' a tax on all de- ty taxes. Why should corporations pay I favor a law which will put It In tbe Boat Supplies.
taxes T p wer of Individual to his
,N Cbeaa.,1'mk.PowOrders,EtO.should bemadspayable .. property only any register
to CBABLIS H W..L.OIfI.rolrlelor.. | | Apply the money realized to the Fourth i Wbeu the franchise tax bill 1 end title and adopt the Torrens systemof 1\lIa:11: : Order :E3:011sc.

creation of ao Insurance Fund to beapplied failed I supported s bill Imposing a 11. conveyance.

Address all communications EAST COAST ADVOCATK to solely to the payment of lacing) 'cense on railroads\ of ten dollars pe PENSIONS.My For your boat and engine at liberal discounts from Ih'
TlTUSYILLS FlXmiDtJ. .... depositors of banks that may fall In the mile Why not ? What Is a mile of EVERYTHING prices The TIIAPK supplied KKIUT. l BhaftiiiR: pt

---- future. I do not claim to be tbe orlgl rill road" worth ? lie companies say' ponltlan regarding Confederate pellers Batteries both Edison and Dry Timers, par,
Plug, Cat bnretor.. Brace and
Colin Spark ripe Fittings, Deck Fitting,,
1 B. Department of Agriculture ,n tor of this plan, ; It has the approval more than .2 ,OOO. The license on the peosloLs\ appears to be misunderstood Ing'Gear, Boat Builders' Supplies. Steer
of tbe American Bankers' Association. Investment la ten dollars What doe la some quarters and misrepresented In
t Weather JJurcau-.Iiiplter, Fla. and of so great a Democratic author It; a merchant have to pay on a stock of others? BOAT BUIU>EI13 AND FKtl COMPANIES given; special discount.

Thefollowlngisa comparative stats all W. J. Bryan $15,010) ? Figure out and determine Born In a state which bad been a member Now 1'almor En.g1.n.oaara'aoged
mentof temperature and rainfall for the If I return to the Senate I shall end whether the railroad Is being imposed of the Confederacy of parents who :

week ending/ Tuesday, May 12, l00' avpr to secure the enactment of a law Upon suffered sorely for their loyalty to the to mv; specifications with \\ATKH JACKET HEAD, extra sized pump a
-1WH) -10U7- Make and Break Ignition II pei feet Ion for Fish Boats Dlncount allowed
Fifth: I led tbe the Crlll bill .
D..TII.. .""X. Milt. MAX. MIN to put this plan Into effect. fight on cause reared Insight, almost, of a Confederate
a I too( od, 82 77 In Its original form, and as a result section I battle-ground, In acornmuolly ,Lamb En.gl.n.os: : :
7 KO 71 81 7rt REWARDS AND PUNISHMENTS. :7 f Sf the objectionable portion, was I which had given of Its best In men and;
R RO Oil!) HJ: 70 eliminated.. I voted for the bill In its money to tbe South having a brother Jump Spark are Ideal for Pleasure Craft.;
0 HO AJB8 8fJ 71 The title souuds like theology but I It
10 7t8J 88Hft 71 present form. whose four yearn' service In the army ls By writing for prfces sending: away. I save TO
11 : (tJ: (Oil Is not. It Is Intended to call attention to I I cannot here discuss this bill In de attested by the marks of three mlonle SAVE MONEY money. Give me iyour trade 1 have sold ROW: :
situation la which citizen Is Inll from Fernandlna to Miami.w. .
8:1 73 Hi: 03 a every tail but If wishes to take Issue
U: : ; anyone balls, taught; from my earliest Infancy to
I Total rain fall for the week 1'78: Inches mutely conctuned. It I" this;
It I
on am ready to answer on tbe stump love the traditions. honor the Instltutlots o. ineTL1NSTs
beparture from normal rainfall for the Will\ you lend your aid to the puoUli I'LLitQ''rapounit
week plua'oMS Inches Departure aDd revere the great men 011 the ---------- -- ,
ment of a publlo servant whoIn his efforts SUPPORT Of THE BROWARD ADMINISTRATION ------------- --
from normal rainfall since Jauuay ], South, glorifying In her hi.toryrejuic
for the public good, .baa antagon : ; azncI: Orange: Trees.
r minus 4.47 Inches, ing In ber (achievements, I have In man
( Interest?
HAL. P. HARDIIT Official( In charge zed powerful hood retained the habits. of childhood In \Ve h..reo.er. 200,000 of the BEST QUALITY that Can be produced wit
__ h''' I am masked for punishment Tbe PoHalbly, tbe most painful wound that measuring always heroism patriotismand skilled labor and our experience of over :20.!f years
K people are asked to help. Will yon tlo I have Inflicted on some of the opposl We bud principally on bOUIt CHANGE MOCK, but can supply Grapefru e
that devotion to duty"by one standardthe -
Do NOT forget next Tuesdayis and BoruB.OraDtfei on other It.och.FOIt .
tlon Is by of the of
the day when you oast your bal. urI demand an Itemized account of my the present my state support administration.policies Confederate Soldier. When I c'ale Till ISKNHPIT; OF. OUR CUSTOMERS ALOXil Till
I lot for what you think is the best s to honor' him I shall expert my children INDIAN RIVER, we have established a BRANCH NURSERY NEAR KOP
map.for the office.ACCORDING rnhdaei34 Governor Broward's campaign four to cease to honor me. Pierce, where we have 35,000: choice Grapefruit and Orange; trees, budded on Sot
Investigate my record. See what I years 'ago was practically a drainage Stock-one sod two buds In tine condition for
I consider It the of State to year planting
duty our
.. ..... .
have done to moilt punishment. Deal RE\tEMBER-thllt In .
propaganda. Ills election was unmistakably buying trees here, YOU TAKB NO KICK OF nm>oiWHITK \
appropriate for the benefit of our Confederate
to Klwood: Haynet, of! with me accordingly l ,an endorsement of his project : FLY INTO lOUIl CUtOVK.
I soldiers tbe utmost fartlilng! bend for new dencrlptive catalogue with prices' and fall information 0It
the llaynes) Automobile Companyand WHAT IIAVE I DONE? of draining the Everglades %
which ber financial condition 'will ItQI
the Inventor and builder the .I hue supported his drainage plans permit G.l.jJUUA.'e4. Ponl0nn Nnr..c..Je.. ..i.
and taxes which I for that
it Haynei car of J 1893 which now re. ANTAGONISM OF LIQUOR INTERESTS from the first, and It Is a gratification will bo cheerfully pay contributed. purepoao The Wholesale and Retail, p So. Office, MIAMI, FI.A.

In tbe rooms of the Smithso- to merto see tbe undertaking 4ell advanced n
poses "
As to the firm charge that ls being| | question Is not "How much to pay. u
nlan Institute at Washington as an that Is almost slleno\ 1\J.A.I..SDY: CO. \.llt.iirn. On.
urged against me, I may as well plead eel. The answer to that Is easy. ; Pay all we .r t
example: of the first practicable automobile guilty. I have antagonized the whiskey can. But the real question 1.,,: laving( 41 South For jth Street.

Ramsey and' Wlldgoose Interest, that Is 'o say I have aroused I have supported! Governor Broward's raised all we can, hoc shall It be divided PIto
in 1610, took out an English patentfor their relentless opponltlon. I suppose policies (not sll of them, but so many of 'wf" .-A3./
horseless Complete line of Engines BoilersSi heRr'
a carriage. that those 'who appose me on this tbemjthatl am stamped as an admlnls Under the law enacted by the list legislature Mills, -
Shingle and
Stave Mschlmj
._ tratlon man. because have rested Rr's
) they ,
actuated of two
ground are by one It Is divided among the old sol Kdgers, Planers, and all other *(K
K THE "waterways" convention at Ol the principles' which I believe to be Gla ?
diers whoso record la established re.gardles. working ,
''ya l>'ngton develops at once the Those who are financially InterestecIn fie banlc fnent.principles I of justice and good' of necessity, the rich and the stock at machinery tbe above and.upplieecankin address, which j] hab
familiar strife of men froratllirer.ent the business resent attitude In the govern r
my poor among them share alike. On thl and has been of buster
our only place
sections for "pork" to their owll local In Dade Whether my conduct merits punillh-
recent option contest plan of division the portion of each la for than ,
more of
localities The New Englanders county I do not blame them but 1 Ii meat Is a question for the people of tbe small enough and many old Confederates Get a quarter a century 1
It will
(the best mont
bntlotbox\ decide
have set out very actively by resolution bare no apology to offer. to are still In poverty and want., I We raltie
can supply you. Write forcat lop(
and debate against the west's"pigging" My attitude In .the Legislature has thought that without reducing the total .. ,
all the !16
appropriation given them no comfort and Is not likelyto amount the poor should receive much

And yet on their side they are pull If, as late developments Indicate, I desire to see commercial fishing encouraged and the rich little. rRIt[ l

ing strings to get aid for a Cape there Is an organized effort In the !Stateto and established on a permanent There are men In Florida worth f 100- shithe,

a. Cod canal. 'Ihl, tinder the rules prevent the submission of a Prohibition basin. If we fail. \ to reap our share 000 and more who are drawing from this

of tbe convention cannot be conIdered amendment to bo voted un by of the rich harvest of the sea which Is pension fund and the sum total paid, tp Weak W men isle me

or approved orn lally, Hut the people. brought to our doors, It Is our own faultIn men who do not need It I I. very considerable I'
tbe scheme is to work it in as a legislation on this subject be largo far would Imagine toI.
may a measure Our state illIQuid -greater by than you
part of a great proposed inner waterway divided Into two densest maintain tbe attitude best calculated If you have not investigated To frequently suffer great'pain and misery during the I.

along the Atlantic Coast 1. Legislation to secure the enforce tn build tip, protect Perpetuate' this my mind It would be far better to divide Cal
from Boston which Is change of life. It is at this time beneficial
to Key West that the
rnent of prohibition In "dry" counties great) Industry which contribute. as this fund among those who need It, an,

,I. I not In any tense a local project. and proper regulation In "wet" counties largely as any other one enterprise to ana! hot the rich pensioners be sat I fled effect of taking Cardui is most appreciated, by those d"

II demanded of every Legislature. the prosperity of our East Coast with seeing his more needy brother pro. oU
'j THE: release of Harry K Thaw [ shall support all legislation which Any serious Injury to commercial vlded for.EDtel'talnlnll. who find that it relieves their distress. te

from the asylum for the criminal lIemlltlkell to accomplish these ends, fishing would prove a calamity to all these view, I voted

I insane at Muttawan, Jf* Y., would and I believe that no law-abiding! man bjslnesH Interests, and my attitude will against/ the Tension Law enacted by the II'o

be the most flagrant miscarriage of has. just cause. to criticise my altitude.J bl In accord with these sentiments. last legislature.If ,0A

justice ever witnessed in this coun : The enactment of state prohibition\ Onjthls, question I hate: In the past a dlfferant plan of division had been TAKE ttl et
try. Thaw's crime was pro\ed by the Legislature Is not possible under sought advice from those who are In adopted, so to give the wealthy man's CAR.D U I ran',

indeed it was not denied-and he our Constitution The suhnilsulop of a f ositlnn to know more than I do, sad I portion to his less fortunate bro>IlIer.ID' 1V 1 V

only escaped the electric chair because constltutlorml amendment to be votedon shall. occupy the name attitude In the : arms, I should have given the bill my 5.l's'

of the belief of the jury that by the people (is the limit of legislative future, because I am free to 'admit that hearty support and until such plan e 1Th.

P he war not responsible for his act. power: my knowledge: of the subject la limited. could lie adopted I thought It best to be TIJ .

If Thaw was too Insane for the ex. I shall*give my unqualified support to \Vhen I was elected to tbe Senate content with tbe old law It Will ,Help You --I t };..

ecution of the extreme penalty of ; a resolution for the submission of such there was In force a special act of the I do not believe that conditions our oJe't

the law It is inconceivable that he I amendment, because I ant willing to LcgUlatme: which permitted seining In !State: warrant a Son Ice pension," with- Mrs. Lucinda C. Hill of Freeland 0. writes: ijnj
s ; is now flt to be set at large
community. Ills, cast has already Florida are demanding an opportunity prohibited elsewhere. I looked upon As pemocrats w.e have bitterly began to take Cardui, I suffered so badly '.1001"1'118

afforded too ample scope for 'criticism to vote oil this quest' Ion, and In my this aa clans legislation granting A condemned! the pension'policy of the I was afraid to lie down at night. After I began to

I of American justice, but his opinion It la their right to have it.. special pilvllege to one locality United States for years; but In tbe adoption take it I felt better in ,
liberation now would cast an Indelible Believing this to be unjust; J favoredan of a service pension tbe Mate of a week. Ifow my pains base he'temti

stain upon the courts and their PERSECUTION tN) RAILROAD INTERESTS. amendment of the law which would Florida has net an example beyond which gone. I can sleep like a girl of 16 and the change

processes for the administration oft "They say" that. I have persecuted the put the St. Lurie river on an equal tbe Jtepubllcaa party cannot go. | of life has nearly left me." Try Cardui. 'elect*
law. with the other waters of the district We were that the old soldiers er
; Florida East Coast Itallwity Company ; promised
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t Judging trout some of the opposition and at each session of the Legislature who did not need the pension would give AT ALL DRUG STORES dtIca.

TilE pernicious habit of carrying arrayed sgnlrmt me, a disinterested speo during; my term I succeeded In: pausing It to those who did, and I know of one .
revolvers a disgrace to a civilized' tator would certainly conclude that this through: tbe !Senate a bill to tint effect. who bus fulfilled\ that promlse-rCaytaln +..

e country Many men who cannot charge had some foundation | butI Owing to a imlsunderstanding betweenMr. W.'J. Tucker of Fort Tierce. CM Ie It -. -- .. --.-- -. -.-- -. .. "h k8, ,

wear decent clothes, or get enoughto call for spucllloatlons. Olmsiead and myself, the bill failed I not more business like aDd lees humiliating "

eat, can find sufficient money to General charges are not convincing. t.. become. law at the first session At to tbe recipient for the State to oilb

' buy a pistol. Some men have an Name my offenses hn last session the bill passed the Men pay the money where It ought logo 1., .m

idea that to be armed gives them Whou you hear this charge call. for ate and was. certified 'to tbe house on rather than to depend nn the bounty of THE
the name of being courageous; but particulars May 7th, three weeds before adjournment (individuals to place it properly JOB PRINTING OFFICE 'hlK

they are generally cowards at heart. First I Introduced a bill, and am and beyond that point It was out While I voted against the bill\ In the

.Many good, law.abiding citizens largely responsible for the law, require my control. form presented to the last legislature ;

have been shot down like dogs by Ing separate waiting rooms for the white IW my persistent effort tb paaa the my opposition was confined to my vote,

rulllans or thugs, just because they and colored races at railway stations.All bill I have, much to my regret, offended and the fight Is over, so far as I am con-

hud a revolver in their pocket Asa who think this act was A persecution some of my friends, and brought on ray- oernedv and I have no desire to see It reopened U

rule tbe man killed is a man of of the railway company have my self theU opposition; while others are Yours very truly,

usefulness, while the slayer Is gene consent to vote sgalnst roe. opposing me because my efforts to psss F. M. HUDSON Does all Kinds and Description; of
erally a worthless character. In Second. I Introduced. bill, and am It were not successful '

lirevard county, we are pleased to largely responsible far the law, giving OHAN
note, there are very few who carry tbs Railroad Commission control of the GAME LAWS. FOR ATTORNEY GENERALVOTE

revolvers-one reason being that physical conditions of railroads.\ .. Un- I favor such amendment of tbe game FOR r "

cur energetic sheriff J. P. Brown, der this law the Commission ls now exrclslug laws as will permit the killing of deer .

t* always on the watch for men whore the rl.bf to compel tbe comps when It will\ \ be less destructive to the Park M. TrammellA CToTo rll'ltll': : : .g.

suspicious of carrying conceal olea to put the road bode and rolling\ young and when the meat Is best. 37J ,
.d, weapon tock lu safe condition and, TilE RE- Every hunter la South Florida knows Friend to the People. .

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'e\Vsv Notes Contributed by Our Regular t week, professionally Watch the kidney secretions. REAL ESTATE DEALERS. .

of East Coast CoE' Z11111N111N1 It, A. Bobbltt, a former citizen, called /See that they have the amber hue of ,
Corns reapondontS 1
DC : on old friends here last week health. (Licensed) -f 1 .

00Ot 11111111mot 1111111111.11111111111.Rockledge J. Harmon, of Shiloh, was here this The discharges not excessive or Infrequent
week, on his way to Aurantla. Watch this space if you want to buy property t i

i, I f lie se all communication* Captain L R. Wilson left Saturday for Contain no brlck..Iuat.llk. sediment on the famous Indian River. ;
Ocala for few
publication tolTi1Tltntvtll "Editor, a more pilsoDors Doau'a Kidney rill will\ do this for ,

It E. Mime, of Fort Pierce was hereon
Fla. k
| J. N. Chalker has set out 2X( ) business a few days laU week. you.They No. 1. Fine building In South '1I- No. 0. Northeast til! of northeiut*t,
trees on his new home. grapefruit watch thakldneya and cure them tunvllle, fronting KM) feet on the Indian sao. 18, township 3<4 south, raoga41 east, .
) 1\ce\ cannot guarantee to publish 1', L. Kjzer and A J. Illgglnbotham when they are sick River and { back to Front street, on south fork of HU I.ucle river;40 sores.

a [hit do not reach, this offioe before cool Tin tire; weather past few has.v ,been,"h.C delightful and are shipping cucumbers and squashes Mr. John Zollles, City: Auditor, rNlI
nTbm-sdajs. Joseph P. Brown and familyof Titus- log at "31 Robert street, :Newport, Ky., No. 7. A rare bargain A 24 aero '
II, Illbbs has begun yule, were driving through Minis Sunday No. 2. loOt 1O.'x.I. on Front street, 1
building a "A who of lam) 10 of which laabaaNln -
+1hea says: man boa never Slid backache Ana tract acres e
rock front the location for
road In south water just a
111 oorrespondenU oblige ui by Rockledge.J. A J. Carter anct .CbRl. Simmons, of or kidney complaint In any of Its residence', live minute from postofllce Pineapple Plantation, near Mel- '

t the names of people and place! of his. II.land neabham/grubbed Is and having three acres* ness Turnbull, were here thIs week, on busi many forms can scarcely /gauge/ the' misery and stores; price' HHXt) .00. 'bourne I'ramwav. Good Pines Packing are fenced: house with woven,Dock

L u possible f grapefruit trees In the, fall will, let It with a sufferer endure. who U annoyed No. 8. AVrst !. of northeast *i and wire Ifll1c'lDIt. 'I'his I. an nOflptlooat'Wflllt I
Rev. MrCall delivered" a Anesermon, day and night by this far too pievalenttroublo. i; southeast 14, seo. 1(1( township chance fur a party who will live on tho
J. I. Swlnson and family spent, Sun Sundty afternoon, to a Urge/ and appreciative 31: range. :8i), 161 :20-100) acres, St. I.ucle Crop last year, l.fiOO ''
day with Mends audience To all such my advice U pier . Eau Gallie. at sharpest county $0 per acre ( If sold before April 1st, !\

J. A. Tackash and sister, of Sanford Miss Ella J. Kmmoni, who, has been In cure Duan's Kidney; Till and take a No. 4. N. W. *4 of northwest If and Till perfectwest .

spent last week with their friends, Mr Minis for several weeks, expects to leave course of the treatment The result of tr of southwest 04, sec :X\t township No. R. 10" acre In Lot No. 3,, Bee.. 28,
scatter for the seaaon.n and Mrs John Frey soon for her borne In :New York city the use of three boxen proved to me that :U: range 30, I l.'il acres, $t, )lode Township il Houlb. ( 'I:) East ,

, .orth I II spraying bill grove Chas Orser, Henry and wife were made the remedy up to representations and county '"I till) per acre This Is line Hammock land auitableior, j
our plumber closed his Campbell
No 8. Northeast l of southeast and vegetables, and la d
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deserves { orangea grimes
otk. shop on Rockledge happy, Saturday evening, by the stork my unqualified Indorsement.
avenue on Wmtees-
\ mile north of Titus-
;IIi south about bull
sea township located
range4l a
'. Seller Is planting sweet pota- day the, and will go to New York to spend leaving a fine girl baby at their home. For mile by all dealers. Price, 50 ate.Fostor close to O. I K Wood's pineapple plan( vlllq\ An exceptional bargain. Price,

,,d melons summer II. C. Smith left last week for a few -Mllbnrn O >., Buffalo, N. V., sole tattoo on St. hurl river0; ( acres, lads 1Ms1< ) Half cash; balance on time, to i I

,tooett has Just harvested a..fine Albert Lockbart will learn the plumb- days' stay at Terrell, to look after the agents fur the I United States. county 'II.IMI l per acre. suit purchaser 1
leg trade this moving of his household goods to this .
I diver!| skin onion. summer, being employed Itemrniber the namo-Jo30'a-alnd
by Andy place.N. .
az'er ,CM on Sunday next at 7:30: p. m. Benrdsley. take no other If you want a home on the Indian buyer, call and see im. We have'manT
IODI will be read by Dean Robot's Mr. and Mrs H. I). Paxton were callIng J Dwyer, of Stuart was In Mimi ------- bargain In Tltusvllla and elsewlieis on tl>e Mast Coast .
tree.tBoffman. on Mr and Mra. Salmon on Sunday. this week, repiesentlng the Armour (Fer l4
*its \V It were pleased' to see Mrs, Paxton so tlllrar storks and calling on our local VOTE FOR JOHN W WATSON 1\2Q1.aD -" ''VV"n11on.; .

was disposing ef some much Improved {A health agent./ RKAlTRSrJTIK PKALEKS,
I from his home
Irish potatoes, ly
ihlneek.Mo J. M. McCrady, wife and two children K. F. Hatch, of cktedge! ', was In T1TUSVILT.E, FLORIDA :

left OD Tuesday for their summer outing Mimi, Saturday, Interviewing our votersIn GOOD REASONS WHY HE SHOULD BE ." .--_. .,.--- ,' t
n M Ulan hal completed a new In Braddock, Pa. They atop In Jacksonvllle the Interest of his candidacy for ; .

(for his pllnte use for a number of weeks, where county treasurer. ELECTED SENATOR-A FRIEND OF t=

o'ements are being made In EAU Mr. MdCrady! has turpentine Interests. LaFayette, the little son of F. C. T. THE PEOPLE, Percy G Walton fit fiti

!town offices. Mr. and Mrs J. II Derby cloned their Warren who was bitten by rattlesnake .
'.Hodgson Is having an addition colonial cottage on Wednesday, end left last week, has fully recovered and all are \VnUonUtlia flshermen'a fi lend and

o one of his cottages on Houston for their home In handy Hill, N. Y Mr. happy once more. they will vote for Mm. 'J1: tuovl11o. Flo.
0a D. lies much Improved In health during W. R. 'Sanders, of Miami, a former Watson, If elected, will make a bard -. y.

Mimes Mary and Anna Danfortb, his sit months' stay on Indian River prominent: orange grower and citizen of pull fur lower freight and express. rates, ,

10, N. Y., felt for the North on \\e are sorry to chronicle the death of Indlanola, was In Mlms, lust week, visiting I and the word fall Is not In his makeup TORNADO i
t last Mra. J. C. Paullson, of Went Hartford his IrlendV..Hober". ", FIRE AND
lay Watson believe that the white men INSURANCE.
Coon Mrs, Paullson spent a number Casper N. Minis a former popular I
from C. C. Plngrey of Dele- should run this and at the lust
,tn / of winters hate, and made many lends, :young man here, who has been at the country "
Y, report cold weather for the who ate saddened by her death lull, I more Dental College/ for two years, session of the legislature' voted and

It t his New York home. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Sletor, left, last: visited his sister here lust week worked to stop tnto negro from voting' ItKMAULK COMI'ANUI'l'HOMI: \ >T PAYMENT OF LASSES t: r

ite 01 plcolo to Oceanus for the cl.l1.! week, f)r Far K< ckaway, L. L, where Governor N. U. Broward made an able Watson believes that the money paid LOWEST HAn: ACCIDENT POUCH'S ISSUED .. t hl
101 Saturday last Dr. and
they will spend the summer with M rl. speech at Tltusvllle Moudty week, and by the white people for school purposes
accompanied the little folks Slebor's mother, Mrs. J. n. (lorly. convinced several of our voters here that ..
should NiiJittATci
educate the white children and 1\0".1..01, ao4t.r1": :] I,
IIa '.7, C. meeting on Monday las ---- ---- -- he Is. the fight man lu the right place.W. ire paid by the the ; ,j I i,
neral\ new members were elected money negro negiochildren. MARINE AND F1KK:, RATES! ON APl'LI( ATION.
emblems A Call for n lau's LucK.: S. Norwood, of Tit useille, was here if ., I,
are Ingreatdef.Hopkins -
n for few of
a our prominent
"I be luckiest day of my life was when Vote for Watson He la the people's
candidates this week. Good luck the
I bought a box of BuckWa Arnica friend twelve months In the and Your Business Respectfully Solicited '. :
>\ of Bear Lake, Mich, Halve winners, and may all be satisfied after year, ,
/ writes Charles F, Uudahn
.bailie, Fla., Is at his Michigan the 10tu\ lostSaturday not just before the election
Tracey, California. "Two Slo! boxes Reference: Indian River! State Hunk, Tllnsvllle, Kl" \.
Differing from an attack of mala Watson la successful bust
cured me of an annoying case of Itching Mcsdames Ilannol, Roberts a practical, ,,. "
'?er.IF plies, which had troubled me for yean and Burton, W. J. Bailey and U.C." Han ness man and knows the wants of the "- ,

IF launches Mist, Walter II. and Big and that yielded to no other treatment. sel, left on the early \log train tot Cab. I people, Vote for hlm.Watson' .
tried the school children and pa Sold under guarantee at the Tltusvllle bags/ !Slough, to pick huckleberries, and record In the legislature r
lioOceanus and return, on Satur Pharmacy returned on the noon train with nearly TEEES f Ii I
to a bushel of fine berilos. shows be Is willing to submit alt public ,

Fort Beans and Irish potatoes are neatly all questions to the people. I
: yt
Commodore O. C. Booth M. D.
Watson U the candidate of t
and tomatoes t man,
shipped ate "
now moving
--ungstowD 0., cool) weather / action to Una. ,
reports our
Peaches will follow In few weeks. Watermelons faction! From Ocklawaba Nurseries
lit season, since his return to histown a a or clique, and If elected will ;i17BsrrS:, always
the load will leave They t
by car next
? 0., home. The editor of the ADVOCATE bas some serve the entire people.
month Mora sweet potatoes have been grow, and they always bear' fruit true to naina of variety j'I I
Watson would rather let few Coo-
school entertainment In MoMIl land for sale on St. Lucia River, which and are being planted than ever before. a

. kill, on Friday eve last, brougb will be sold cheap. lIe ha no time to County CoramlsHlonen' District No. 5 fedeiata aoldleis (If they would take It]) satIsfactIon In this ID planting groves< now, think of the future ;

citizens" In force. 'Ihe hall wa look after It. In a few years this l land has two able candidates out for commissioner. I who don't really need It, have a r pension, Some TIIK SUCCESS:!/ OF YOUR INVESTMENT 'p

tallied t ;>ors by an appreciative; au will ba worth four times as much as Is The race will no doubt be close, than to( deprive thousands of old soldiers depeqds on the trees you plant MAKE NO MISTAKE, but come to I
0 The little folks did wonderfullyYachtmate's now asked for It. as both are qualified fur the position, and widows, who do need It, from I

and we need not lear but what our district getting It, ao be voted. for tlu pensionbill. Headquarters for Reliable Trees: Tree" rr"goal! to "i at de. f
Annual Guide aDd will be well looked after for the ae order. tla'1 .

oil Calendar ban. come to hand Mr. E. E. Grimes was calling on our next two )'ea'a.' Walton believes in protecting home don't, we' replace them. NO WHITE FLY, '
Oallla'a. yacht club and oft merchants Wednesday

. also the club burgee/ are entered Mr. Archbell, of Daytona, was a pleasant Cold that hung On. labor, therefore he .otect'! against the

widely It known authority on yacht visitor In town Wednesday Cold that hang on In the spring deplete IIOUO Immigration bill A--"tF0t W. CONNER Prop'r.
Is published by the J. K. Waters the system, exhaust the nerves, Watson voted to better protect engineers .O. ,
Boston Mass." U. Hbe ,
and open the way for serious Illness conductors, brakesmen and all
sock has much matter In It In- visitor l In town Wednesday.
Take It
IIIl> to Foley'a" Honey Tar. quickly other railroad employees. These poople \II
yachtsmen and paval meu In A large numUerof candidates( left Sun. stops the cough and expels the cold. It
ulsr l Members of O. C. risk their lives In the dixclmrgo of their
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day for Fort Drum and untie to tako In Is safe and certain In results Tltusvllla
vault the book at any time bY, ap the picnic, returning Tuesday, Pharmacy duty and they should have every protec t
t to the J t
Sec & Treas. of the club,
Hodgson.. The members of tLe Masonic Lodge! of tion. East Coast t Lumber Co.DEALEKS !
Jennet held I heIr meeting/ 'Inemlay Georeiana. Jive Watson a term la the Stale Seu- Supply _
school children's annual picnic to nlghtln I the Masonlo Lodge here. ate and all will be well. .
u''", Saturday/ last, brought/ out Robert War son lived In Oiceol about
who ball been county
Mr. Gorman INLum'bor
young people of Eau Gallie, and a
>d number of the old ones. The sick for quite a while wan taken to St. Miss Eva Owen Is visiting Mrs. Walkerat tweotyflve years. Ask any of those people :!
urge motor boats, Mlit, Big Six Luke'a hospital last Wednesday night Lotus, furs few days. fMr. about hint tvto 13ui1cLing Matorial

!bl'ie' P., left Hodgson's landing.isu J F. Fell took the Initiatory degree In Halt Is extending hill wharf sixty Waiaon believes I protecting, home OF ALL KINDS ,

e Gallie river, promptly at 7 i the Oddfellows' Lodge, Friday night, after feet further out In .the river InduHttles, whether It be fishing, game, ,
vr and
Mrs. and. Miss and
I i our corps of teachera Macy, were on most which enjoyable a suppei social was hour spread spent a Mrs Hughes/ was calling Mendamus labor or old soldiers, and so voted. JUST RECEIVED IN FORT PIERCE CAR LOAD OF CORRUGATED GALVANIZED IRON ;

Among the patrons of the school'ended Peachy Handy and Hall on Monday NfJ fund wall raised t<> pay Watson's
II B. Houston left Tuesday night for afternoon.Dr. OOFING. WRITE US', FOR PRICES.
were !Mr. and Mrs. W. II. campaign expenses, he pea his' own. .
'""'D' Sarah Le Grand, Oregon! being telegraphed for i
C. Hodgson, M. D, Wlttfeld la slightly Improved In
I of the serious Illness of hU J.Y'. Watson for Stale Senator, .
F account
Paddlsoa, Mrs. A. K. ilodgJ. on health, and his many lends hope for ;- .4 ;'I
/ J. T Snell. Mrs. Johnson, Mrs brother. His many friends were Brry lilts speedy Don't listen to political enemies but I I'I I I '
recovery. ,
Captain A. 0, Funk, and many to nee him leave, but wish !him a good I auk'Watson, he will tell you about his
I.. The excursion voyage O. D. Provost Is adding ao addition to .
was grand/ sue- past record.EXGOVJttllFNNINGS.
Tie hla sore-houee at the east end Messrs.
boats returned to the harbor Jewell the
t La The It. 8. K. preached Martin and Copelautl. are doing the :, FLOIUDA.
.. p. m with a happy, nun baccalaureate sermon, last Sunday, In
ie f,lea J enowhichTwas, a as cool, the Methodist church, to .large congregation work. > Tin: nn.c.1: Slxoot; Iron 'W'orltor,

favor of and a big per cent of the schoolchildren Rev. J\r hack will till his regular TANKS OF ALL KINDS MADE TO ORDER,
wable trip. School bas :losed were present to'lI ten to his encouraging appointment here morning and evening, IHON.
> opening of the fall. teem, when words. on Sunday Msy.17. Everyone Is cordially pALVANIZKD
"''le'1> to, live the addition to the Invited t, attend these'serylcea. CANDIDATE.! FOR NATIONAL COMMIT- BOAT rUMI'8: AND TANKS A SPECIALTY,

'IOolDpl"lt'd. High The School reception commenced and program at :i p. m.of Mond. the- Will Wltlfeld has pur6hased the east TEE AN. Dealers I In BICYCLES AND 1UCYCLB SUNDRIES. ,ioc0i"onoral I

"v, when a large/ concourse of parents end of the lot ", (lib the little school- X'1.0'Dn:1r: : 'RToi 1c.-
rite'' World'M to sea the closing house on it from A. L. Bruuer. Mrs There ate two candidates: named] Jennings
Mend present
and ere
eat' 'ly free from dlaaane. On the and other pieces "were" carried through In north of where it now stands, and put tee. If voters desire the election of W "
'Per"ain, levers prevail, while on tint class style and r..tlectetlll'eat( crediton an addition of one rn<'m. Then ba will J. Bryan President, they should vote -X- xX

*' m,1a, 1 malaria Is encountered the teachers, after which refreshments have a nice, comfortable home. for his kinsman. William H. Jennings, ,J..&. ..tJ.0'. xr.prtUlANOIS'O
"7. or less extent according to were served and a most enjoyable who, on former occasion, demonstrated
? To overcome climate sffec- social hour was spent We only trust vainest bla capabilities In -the service of his
""la'Mltude. malaria Jaundice bllr we may get the same: corps of efficient dame An Gold.H. party, sod Is rccoanlxed by Democratic KALSOMIN1NO, VARNI3IHNO, STAINING, FINISHING
*. : and a' iie. and general teachers for the next: : tel m.Itewanl O, Stewart, a merchant of f'edr: leaders national reputation as being SINN PAIN'IIN'O OF ALL KIN Us! KTC.
most effective remedy U View, Miss., .*,a: "1 tell niv customers one of the ablest and most useful men !
"B. .''era, the great alterative and when they buy a box of Dr. King's Yew that could bo named on the National Old Furniture mll 5 t. to look Ilka new Mirrors Made and Ke-Sllveri. )
p' ". 'r' the' antidote for every $100 $1OO. Life Pills they get the worth of that Committee la management of the coming -Reasonable Rates--:

of bodily' weakness. nervousness, The readers of this paper will\ be pleas much gold In weight If sffllcted' with content. Tbosa sharing this view
ra.alt" ,J. Sold under guarantee. at ed to learn that there Is at least one constipation, malaria or bllllousneas.! should vote for William M. Jennings, v. VT ELceED.:
"hI.;Jpharmscy Price .\tic. dreaded disease that science baa! been Hold under guarantee. at the 'lltusville k

able to cure In all! Its stages, and that" la! Pbarmcy, 2io.Orange. ATTORNEY Shop In Scrliugeour Building,
Catarrh Cure Is the only FOR QCNORAL .
Catarrh. ,Hall'a TI'rUKVltLE, FLOUIDA.
JIBLINGERutomobile. positive cure now known to the medical Uroto For Male. I VOTE FOR --- -----. ----.--
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raterlty. Catarrh being a constitutional I
disease requires a o institutional treat Creek Grove Park Trammel(
ment. Htil's Catarrb Cure la taken internally Kitmoni Turkey Orange M. Hodgson Eros. West End PharmacyKAU -
acting directly! ttpon the blood I ant Truck Farm for sale at a bargain; ,,

I l and mucous' surfaces of the system 201 acre of land, about one mile river A Friend fo the People. EAU: OALLIE, INDIAN RIVER, FIJI OALLIE. FLA.S. .

i thereby dstryln< the foundation of the and creek front; several hundred bearIng ----- Marina C. Hodgson. M. D., R P.,
dlsa.se, and the patient strengthV sod grapefruit trees CO acressuitable '
give orange ; liblfp Proprietor.
building eonstltoMoa and ansiatlDg Oruitffo Grove at a LlarraluS : Ueneral! Merchants awl Chandlers.
nature la doing Its work. Tbaproprietors for celery.' Artesian wells easily Comer of Young crud Houston Street.
3H WHEELS have so much faith In its driven. Flag station of F. E. G. Kail- screw, hammock land I acres of bearing ..Hpcolal Facilities.. .

curative powers that offer One Hun. way, known ..''Tlllman," oa land.Ueautlfol orange/: grove, about 1 mile from H ta 'or Storing and RepairingVachts Compute' Stock Drugs and Drogglst'a
Hauling Ont
SOLID TIRES, dred DolUra for any case that U fails to place: Jutt sailed for winter l tlon. Crops-IfK'fi.tHO.j' ; ItbelHO.11107) Sundries, Cigars( Stationery, Perfumery
Send for list of testimonials. I .. and Launches.Mmdnn Jvllel Artlules, i
TREAD. cure. CHENEY Co, Toledo borne Three roil.. south of Melbourne. $310. Will be sold at a bargain. Souvenir Cards
Address to D. L.' GauUleo ,TUusvllle This U a rare chance fl>Anyone who 1 the ADVOCATS' woes wrttlD Candies Etc. r
i3; ;5.00 Obln Apply wants ao orange grove \.
and Up. Sold by all DrngglsU 75o. FU; or Gooda Real Estate, Melbourne, Address, MOBOAK W. LTo.f.lltusvllle .
IDERWOOD Take H U's Family Pills for Constlpalon. Fla. U KU. JOB FEINTING done at this office Prescriptions Carefully Compounded.
Fort Pierce, Ra. \

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Mulch For Young Crass_ I

A NEW ROSE. After tbe 'lawn has teen establishes FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILW/
and It bas gone Into ",''IDter quartersIt What Stove /

A Winter Forcing Variety With Marks Is well to give tbe young grass a
of a Winner. mulch of well decomposed] stable ma LOCAL TIME CARD No. 75. IN EFFECT APRIL (,14
for Summer?
Tho new rose, Mrn Jardlue, a seedling pure, which shall pot be heavy enough : fJ No 99Dally No. 29 MAIN LINE No. 78-
from the famous nurseries In ..w.tonwlrlill. to disfigure or mar tbe lawn but Dally DeJly De.
IrcJnnd' that produced Kll tihould bo so fine and well decomposer Nothing adds to kitchen -.rwpm Mam L..I.cllaonY1U.M..M.Ar 1i.p' I

lam ) and Liberty. which proved sutlj that It will be'carried !beneath tbe aur convenience in summer weather 7 126 e2 pm pm: 1085 1143 em am t:::.:=Eat Bt AniroHilne Palaiks.,..,-.?:::,...:.Lv Lv a 6t<1D M t p
valuable winter forcing varieties, bus face of the grass by tbe rains and like a New Perfection Wick 551pm 12pm: 189pmIMpm: Lv.Ormond.Lv.:=::::::..Dertona.::==I.T Lv W Tp" 'M'
all the mark of a "winner, ants a writer snows of the winter leaving very little 120pm ,-.New Smyrns..i 28 0, 4' .
iu Gardening: It certainly makes rough or unsightly matter to be raked Blue Flame Oil Cook-Stove. 1010pm 1118pm::: ama pm: t::= .-...Tltusv'II.L: 1 II bt tN;

one ..f the moat beautifully formed off In the spring. It this 'Is not desirable Anything that any stove can 19 1100 04 nt am 4 412pm 11pm::: t"R:: ;.GOGOSj. jf.=.......:.LT Lv 12tu 129tpn iou ; t Sal
Govern' when about half bloomed of after the greensward has passed 1119 am 4 110 pm Lv...-......vsu Oal l/e.L. IIM.III 'j
through, the first winter It should be do the "New Perfection" will 1249 am toopm Ly 1..M.M'elb"nrn..L.... ,.Fl.Ileree....... Lv 44 a l< ::11 t
tieuted to a top dressing of One ground do, and do it better Bakes ) too 360 am amCM g'a::: Ar.::::::,.Wert: Palm; Heach.::::::Lv lie S5ea am? I pt t,L

bone at the rate of a thousand pound I roasts, boils, toasts; heats the wash water and the sadirons 7 S 6 am am 1044 11 44 pm pin: Ar.:.:.?......Ft.Lauderdale.Mlsmt.,...:::??,::::t: 600 ale:;: amt : :

to!>> the acre.-I. C. Corbett and does it without dissipating its heat through the room fiIOU.m::: ::: ,750 10 M: am am Lv::::::.....:llome.,. Miami I .la.<1.,?.-. :...::t: :510 2IOen i m t ,

taonim ...................... Ar........ (nlghCrhe71): k.Lv_ .... ,
discomfort. The
to --
To Secure Compact Growth your
Dally except Sunday. taundaysaudThursdsyonly. ITuenUyund gtnPALATKA !
Mp tbe point out of the youniirowth
of I IMIII If _
thrifty growing plant
dralre to have them \become com NEW PERFECTION Leave EAST PALATKA Arrive Leave PALATKA TO li
rS 1"1'1lnll' bushy Most plants are ben P.Ltk' TO PALATKA Palalka-.. EAST PALATKA 'p 1

1 crated by frequent sprinklings overhead 660 550 am .. .No
Pally am 47 Pan
/ but these should be given In the :: am amNo.:.:::::::.,NO: : :: Polly.-:: ?::::: 546 sm ea) sm :.:::::.No.: 49 Pauly: ) I:
Wick Blue Flame Oil CookStoveactually 9 2.m """"'..No. M )1.111..."._.. a 46 stn 1116 apt .._1\0. 61 ""AI"
morning and never while the sun 1160 .," ......,_..No.1I3 1I.1I.M_. U 10 pm 160 J.m _,.._.N0. 63 P.I' y. I I

t shines upon tbe foliage. am 106 pm pa. ::.::=.No.No.: M t.4 D.IIy..:: ::,.,. g pm pm: : pm pm: ::=.lo..Ne: 66 aT L.IIy Dally.:: ".I1 1:

keeps the kitchen cool-actually makes it comfortable H i>m ............No. 6a Psll '............ 766 >m 1100 bm ........?..1>0.69 J'all' : a

APPLE PACKING. for you while doing the family cooking because, unlike the coal SAN MATEO- IIRANCHLCeave

Table Allow/ Better Selection sand range, its heat is directed to One point only-right under the EAST TO SAN PALATKA MATEO Acrrive Mateo [Mateo Leave S.n. EAST SAN MATEO PALATKA: TOJAPal.aka 'tp

Grading of Fruit. kettle. Made in three sizes fully warranted. If not IIM.m ..........No. 41 DIII1)._..._. 860 am a oil am ..._._..No. 60 'i.
In some region packing 1* done from ,with dealer write our nearest tIM1 I..m ..........No.. M Deli '............ 8H "m 849 I'm ............No. M Psty'l"" ,
your : agency .
NEW\ ItOHK, MI1JI "" 8DIMB. benches that are built tip beneath the 11 1'0. 21 No.1U No. 11 MAYPORT No 18 No'll-'
window, but I believe!/ all thing CIMIJdorcd I
any rose now lu culttrutlon The color Daily Daily Dally BRANCH Dally fillyeMpm
I.I between Itrldcmnnld and I Jllorllel.It that better pocking con be The afford, a ;; I ; S4Sam; Ii Lv.Jsekronvllle..A-; 700s.a .
lpm :
J I. also fragrant 3 very good ten done from tabled, a* they give| thepacker Ra'l/Q: mellow .40 I.n a40pm l)24Cm) L....1'abloIleech.l.v e20am 4 Ii!1400... l
flowers more fruit to choose from and II r.. .245 pm 102aam LvAllnntlelleseb I.v eta am I 1\iin
ture The ore borne on 1(0011 allow him to, do tatter trailing At / light that is very grateful t I _. J-' r.nii.Sftl) j,m i0/SamAr. ... Mft'I'T>ort..I 800 m. un....
stout item The habit of growth la
Hood Itlrer tables are generally' used to tired eyes-a perfect student or family No. 3 No. I \.. No.I: No. 4 No. 9. a
vigorous and strong with buds form Polly wally 1 Or.nie" ry Branch 11.11) 11.11) batty IInlod BIIIIC .
log ou every new shoot 1t.1.I laid to of the style shown In the rut Thin ta lamp. Brass, nickel plated, hence more dur 5.. 5110 Sun.' __"_ ex,Pun, exsu. n, n, .Sun. _ :_I!!
tile In made to Accommodate two pack able than other lamps. .
bloom continuously, acing more prolific I 240pm "OO.m LvNFwSmyrnaAr lI1t'pm 600pm Tllnll\'lJIeAr.1J
era To make such arable take four Tf not with your dealer. write our near 925 "m IOeosm 1I.lIk. lJel than Hrlde Bridesmald.r .
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or .
, standards about three feet high Th est agency sue set: pm m 1060 IlOoam am Lv trOra_ Orange,, a city cnv Lv.1220 Je ilia r:: 410 400 pm m ::::::::::::: ::::::::::..........:-::,':"
top, made of strong burlap about 3 by .
6JMr I .
4'nnnae'Inns msAe at K..IK" 0..1r for K. Waet and lIaun
Crap Pruning 4 feet I II allowed to hung rather loosely STANDARD OIL COMPANY.
Pruning away the surplus wood will 56'1 hee Tnllll TARLES show the tlm.at which trains n.ay b..apeo'....'
I (Incorporated)
Therefore off the
aw tops of the ..11'. end d"pA.t from the says,sl statlen.t bat their arrival 0"dcpartur..tstated 'h.
do much to reduce discuss anti Insect" legs on a luMel *.0III not to have the .Is notausranteed..nor does the Company; held itself reapuuibie for.D,
trouble In the vineyard. The prun .r .n. mm...nenrenrl.ln" Ih..frnm.
sharp corners pntih Into the burlap, ,
e e Ins should not lie done while the tine making point that will bruise or cut A For Copy .f the I.al Time('ard "I'Olb..lnr..m.llo.
?i. '541.7: ] T 17h1 TICKLT AOLIVT."
,oro frown n* the plant (sellable to lie the fruit. Old hose pipe In generally J I J.D, RAHNER Asalataelt eneral Pass. Agt.. ST. AUGUSTINi?, FLO
,Injured by twisting nnd \bonding the nailed arou/llrlbo top of the table to -

.,'lncII. The late wluler and early protect the fruit Decide the braces fS

spring pruning In usually ilune bastl shown In the picture It I III also well to frv > BULLETIN NO. 2.
ly, and If done late In the spring the wire tbe I leg<< and braces together, << firm

vine bleed freely. It la better to ly, a* there IK'a heavy load to support '' 1
prune the vines luttt than not to prune The height of' the table suggested 1 r* r lpy t% Party Fares

them any, but the \beat result will be above In only relative, the point being t ,tk N ',
obtained by pruning early winter. *A "

The young vines should be pruned EFFECTIVE APRIL 3rd, 1908.!
Tory closely Tbe first year after the
vines are set In the vineyard all the % For parties often ((10)) or. more trav
tops should lie cut way, and not more I c ellos together oo one tickett ((2): )

than three bud should bu left at the cents per mile per capita minimum
base of the vine. Thin will leave onlya
fare ,
per capita ((13) cent
stub, but that la ill that la necessary
These rates are to the public
to produce a good growth of vine the open
next jear. and apply bet_o<'n any point on tbeAtlantic

The second year' growth may bu

1 placed on a trelll, and the t tine any
be permitted to \bear a light crop the
I third )'eor. Tbe general tendency Is to Coast Line K

let the vine bear very heavy crop a* W.
noon at they will, and tbo vines are

weakened aud do not prove of much PACKING TABLLTh. ____ ______
value. Tbe first crop should be produced [[ common tp In use at Hood Rlv.r.J] w J. CRAIG, T. C \vnilE,

front not more than ten ors .o to construct It an to allow a packerto Pour Sailings Each Week. rsagenger Traffio Manager General Passenger
twelve buds each Prom the
work with the greatest comfort, WILMINGTON; : N. C.

ou third. the year\\nqti\ on the may number1 be Increased of buds until left Three avoiding feet back Is generally bending Iu found all caiea to be BETWEEN JAOKSONYILLE and NEW YORK. 1i. "VU' Frlto1; :,

the strong vines are left with thirty or about right Ibe surface area of the District Passenger Agent, Atlantic Toast Line
buds after the ban been Calling at Charleston S. C. bothways)
forty pruning table should not be greater than 3 by ; JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA
;r dono Thin will look like very lIevereprunhla' 4 feet, a* anything larger would not .. -
and no it In, but It pioducosIbe allow two packer to reach all point The Finest Steamships in the ,Coastwise ServiceClyde -- -- .. -- -
best and the moot fruit
of It without
unnecessary stretching.
These buds referred to Iu the precedIng la using this table care should betaken New England and Southern Lines. Lines

i paragraph. are on the 'last season's to clear off all fruit at least Direct Service Between Mallory
growth of vines and will produce the
tight! or ten time a day. Otherwtxe
'f young shoots In the spring, which carry much fruit will receive hard handling Jacksonville, Boston, Providence and all Eastern Points
(be fruit It the vineyard 1 III well tultlvateft .
b1: being continually "pawed over.-
tt and sprayed, each bud left on U. J. Lew IB. (Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) I SPEmAL PASS EN GER..EXPRESS STEAMSHIPS

I the lust season's canes will produce on 8KMI-WEEKLY BAILINGS I
louthbnund.... ,........ ... ............from Lewie Wharf, Boston Largest and most the cow!
p anaverage two bunches of fruit The Northbound. ........ .,...... ... ........ ....... .... from foot of Catherine Street, Jacksonville thoroughly equipped passenger steamship on
size, age and Igor of tbo vines should I _._ -NO OVERCROWDING-
determine the amount of fruit that
each should be expected to mature. It Clyde St. Johns River Line IMPORTANT STATEROOMS' ARE POSITIVELY GUARANTEED'
la a good plan to work for smaller I hpg| as no ticket "will be old to exceed the numberoflx

number of bunches than the vines are BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND SANFORD. or the% seating capacity o't Dining Halls thus Insuring all passengers Indit
at Palatka, Sere.ford(lJ4Land ,aDd the
able to carry and have the berry of .Stopping: Aster StJohns ftl..r) tetermedlate landings service and attention. ,

good slrn, well matured and properly

spur system of pruning la the r I. appointed. to sail u follows Leave Jacksonville, Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays, at 1.30: p. (See Schedule of Ships In Florida Times.Union)
ly m. Returning, leave Sanlord, Mondays;Wednesdays and Friday., 10.00 a. m.
one moat commonly practiced This -
system consists of cutting away the Slthtd' Il.no. 8CllltDULK North;lJt l.und LOWEST KA FES TO NEW YORK AND ALL POINTS NOKTll

canes of the last sonaon's growtb and S aij .niaeki i ollIs I ,.. Dus 3 Including delightful DAYLIGHT SAIL through
ree a Jhe
\ leaving only two or three bud at the I Leave leave V00p.m 3 00 a. In: ::;;::::::::::::::::::::::.. 'Astor..I.tka.,..:::::..,.:........:::::::::::::..leare10iOp.m Leave 4 :tie p. m.Easy. m.: e FAMOUS "SEA ISLANDS.,"

. base or the stgh The large branch .... ............ .....lkore.fnrdIIJtoLaDd). .... .. ...., ... .... feare. 100 p. m.JIll. .
that three rfre a OIl a. m. ........... ................Io\anrord .... ............ .......... 1..1". 10 00 a. m. Through ticket sold
carry cane left year Ions 1011II i e. m.. .............. :.. ......EnurpN.e. ........,................ Lesys 10 3/1 a. m. to all northern points for fall Information regard?
litter )'t'lr. A number of spur or old tractions offered by no other line; diagram, reservstln, tickets etc., appl1'F
,, tuba are developed by the annual cut. Passenger and Freight Office 122 W. Bay St.. Jacksonville.
ting of the fruit l IRONMONGER JR. Assistant General Passenger Agent
away bearing cane: H. II. RAYMOND. Ylce-Prealdentand General Manager New York. ,
This system of pruning U simple and C. P.LOVELL. Fla.Freight A gent, F. M IKONMUNUEK, A O/T. A. 12j WEST BAY STREET. JACKSONVILLE, i
I* well to borne Jarkaon.ille ria. Jackaonvllle.ria.
adapted vineyard Till woman that sick W. M. TLri'EK, AGENT: JACKSONVILLE FLA.
grow'Ing.-O. M. Morris, Horticulturist, woolen should says not full to try GENERAL OFflCESt Pier 36, North Hirer New York.
Oklahoma/ Experiment Station In Oklahoma 1.)'<< Tarot JournalNEPHROLEPIS Compound Bite UUl.Mrs. SEA.BO. .:R

\ .A. Gregory, of !2153: Lawrence rraEJ: .A..LTO

AMERPOHLI. St., tempi, UoL, writes to ilrs.Inkhain : AIR LINE RAILWAY.
t .

A Beautiful Rorlsts' Fern With Many "I was practically an invalid for six SAVANNAH, COLUMBIA, CAMDEN SOUTHERN PINES, BALEI1H W
Good Points, gears, on account of female troublf'1ounderwent
its undoubted !
beauty a* tt octor's advice but In a few months I -SELF-LOCKING .
pot plant. NephrolepU anu'rl'obll111 was worse. than before. A friend ad. .
be very extensively grown us an aid vtwd Lydia rinkham's Vegetable Three Elegant Trains Dally .

to making up choice designs The Compound and it restored me to perfect t Seaboard Express Mail.
frond health, such ss I have not enjoyed in Seaboard
have a singularly soft appear
many years. Any woman suiTerinfr as
a nre that flu them well to accompany I did with backache, bearing-downpalnsendperlallepainsshouldnotfall Seaboard Florida Limited.

almoKt any kind of cut dowers, as It

associate equally well with light flov- to WHO Lydia" U rinkham'segcUble TatA.CK'LIEZIOCKt. MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT.

erl like the Illy of the valley and those Compound

of a hen\ler nature like roses FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN.For .
E. J"ink.ham's .
Of Lasting Character thirty jean* Lydia )
Solid Pullman'
Vestibuled train, St- AuRustfne Jacksonville toee
Itut Its attractiveness Is only one of Vegetable Compound made Richmond and .
IU good points Its lagtlug character from roots and hell, fins been the Jii Sleeping Cars Washington, Stateroom and Dining Car (a Is carte service), Double Um. .,'
la such that It remains fresh long after standard remedy for female ills Is a new and great Invention, as it earee time I money and l labor It will woo k ., and Jscksonrvllle::5 observation Car Leave St. Augustine
the flowers with which It has buentwexl and has positively cured thousnnd of lorlsontally, upalde down or at say angle. It Is Impossible for the rope to slip p.m., dally, Including Sundays
are fade, aud Iu some -work. ,,men who have 1>een troubled with when locke, sod l no lever or trigger rope attachment Is used la this device
where a display for a considerabletime displacements: inrlrtmniatlon.uloera. There Is only one hoist, loner and lock the load, and ll Is impossible for tbe rope to For full Information and sleeper reservations call on any .Ajeot
Jam or chafe, and there Is nothing to get oat of order In this original tackle block.
boa.to be kept up. fresh flowers ion, nbroM tumors. Irregularities, be the Tltinvllle and Seaboard, or write
May seen at ADVOCVTK: office, ; are for sale by the (Atantlo
may be added as t)ke drat ones decay periodic xiins, Iwwkaolie, that liear- t 8. C. BOTLSION FLOIU
< Supply Co., East Bay street Jacksonville, Fla. Ja, AssU Gen. Pace .Ag ., JACKSONVILLE,
e feeling rlntulency
without changing the green petting. nfc-dm\7i indices-
Them good point and the fact that Him,d izzinc81( or n('r\'ous proxtration. -

the variety is a good breeder and very Why;: don't you try it r .

easily"grown point to a successful career Ales. IMnkhnm unites! ail nick T"'IWa1tollSelf-Lockill Block Co SEND YOUR ADYOCA
I for Amerpohls( nephrolepla! says women to write her for advice. ORDERS TO THE
has guided tliouaanda to ,
Hardening. It will undoubtedly obtain ,

standard and keep valeties,9tforists'a leading! position ferns among; teulth Address Lynn, l'lt\1iS. 404 Atlantic Avenue, .- BOSTON, MASS. .e FOR ALL KINDS OF JOB PRINTING



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contend that the land .U a* well aU Spied NKW YOU:. I;

I CLASS IN BALLOONING to raising fruit a* before It woe

Travelers Hotel dredged, but be goes further and nay
I.. FLA. that It Is better For tbe poet few

-On tbe American and European Plan- i 3'ears be bas been experimenting" and Hotel Marlborough 1

'0. r8der new ma.. emllnt. Newt furnished and renovated. A pleaaant National Guardsmen Enter the Is In a position to talk from actual observation '

)&1 f bally home. Rates: Amerloan Plan, *..(KI) and H,,50; European 5Oct.d of tree planted among rock.
g up, All oars forte Uolon /Station atop at tbe door. Field of Aeronautics. The soil U oil\ there. say Leggett, the Broadway, 30th and 37th MrteU' New York.

H W HANCOCK, Proprietor. only differentbvlng that It has b'wn Completely Itenovated and l transformed In every department. Most centrally -

N I e beautifully located Riv same Hotel, at Orccn cove Springs, I I. under tbe AERO CLUB WILL HELP THEM transposed, below and the rocks which formerly I located hotel on Ilroad.way BLKCTWC dim and IKLKrilONE {
lLIanaotement.e / Here are now ou top
a In every room In time house 4
In the land now l-l. .g planted a rich
altII 1 loam and fertllhur\ In thrown above EUROPEAN PLAN.100& Itoonjs. 200 bath room lUtei: $1.50 and up

IIi JA'K80'VI First Company, Signal Corps of New tbe root and the whole covered with ward without bath fj and upward with bath. Parlor bedroom and bath $J

I.I. ie e Everett Hotel York Sttte Organlxation, to Take Up. a foot of clean washed gravel and and. upward. Parlor two bedrooms and bath *:1 and upward. I 1
"' Cotirs of In Aeronautical
FLORIDA. Complete Study rocks which hate not \u a suspicion

1.I..1.. ----- ScincL.o Stevene to of roll In them Leggett mates that he SWEENEY-TI ERNEY HOTEL com'ANY. I

Florida's Largest European Hotel would merely allow weed to grow, -
,. Member*.of the First company erg
le which mould have to be culthntcd to
... nal corps: N. O N. Y. are preparingto The OlilMt UblUhd Grain end Seed Hott*. la th. But.
get rid ('t. The foot of Beau 1't1t:1t accomplishes
, lvta Baths. Sample Rooms Long Distance Phones In Every Room add balloons to tbelr equipment and I everything that cultivation -- --- -. --

-1 he Heat of Service_ utilize aeronautical science to the full
Ap would do. It pretentaMHHS! from
: eat. To this end nu aeronautic coipw growing conserves the water and Wm.:) A. Eouro: & Go. "I
OFO 11. MASON commanded Oscar ErluuJneu ,
Manager by Major !
the heat The
1r moreover, conserves
I 1i and consisting of twenty-Hv men bee land bat been turned over and stirredup '' '
1e 1I I :. been organized A complete course of to bedrock. It bas been culthntedas rY .
+ study of aeronautic science U to be envtered
--- no plowcould ever cultivate It.
[ upon, ascension ore to be made Flour Grits 'Meal and Fertilizers
The fruit from the trees. planted as ,
and within a few week tbe mllltla experiment ou tbe rink 1 piles I II fully 1C1 M1L++', ,
men to take tbe constructionof HNI\ Fast: Street JACKSONVILLE( FLA. y
expect up er wmertlc Hay ,
on BUIJDIn6l ten weeks ahead of tbe old orchardswhich
rp several balloons. for practical IIBO
In determining to enter the field of existed before the land was Ibetsloque Free, ttRrohonm-s on tracks of H.'A. I.'. ft',. and AtC L. lly .
dredged This I U on account of the
, aerial navigation tbe men of tbe First
---- 'a S Se
e fact that the rock surface retains the
s ;Aei: .* ST. AUGUSTINE company have bad Ibe hearty cooperation h y
,l FLORIDA beat" Leggett" states that bin rxprrlnients
of members of the
.0& wntMl location In the rlty. Rlrlrtly fireproof .sixty. one roiiinn welllurnl.hed prominent lime demonstrated l*>)'otiil possible & Baker
Aero Club of America In
Ronir only. Open November to June. AJdre.a .. Hbove.DAYTONA adoptingthis doubt tbat all tbe land w filch was McMurray
course too they have attained the
-- -- formerly devoted to orchards lu ao,1aroutlll
muIN: honor of being tbe first national guard
Ill AC 11. Orovllle and which has boon
I organization of any state to utilize dredger" 4Ol-4ii: Hunt nil)' Street, .luck nit\IHc, Florida,
torn up by the ecu be reclaimed 1 !
practical aeronautics, say the !New
York Herald Major Crlandsen. who for horticultural purposes -Makers and Jobbuis of-. -
eln ,, has been tbe gaining' genius In this

I plan U widely known a* a civil engineer Chronic foiiKtlpatloii Cured Vehicles Harness and Material 4
Grot Flsbliit: and Suit B.thln/l./ Lates* 12.V) per day and up lIer'l'ntir said: One who snlTeis from tlnonlo 01)11111.| Carriage Wagon i ;

All furnUberl l cottages for rent for housekeeping 'Our aeronautlceorpe Intends to take pntlon Is In Hunger of ninny srilous .,,11. s

up ballooning at once: U e realize that ments Kolev's, Orlno laxative euros Sad.llery,;Uubber Tire. I
.a, IIOKXtE F. smVART, Owner. we must follow rather than Invent, chronic oimstlpatlon "M It aid dliromUn\

"he 1 ---.. .. and because of that tact we plan to :1 and stimulates the liver end bU""lOb.I'e-" First-Class Repairing and Palr\ting, Etc. Etc.
make a practical 'study of tbe subject tdilng the natural" sot ion of these or '- ....".. .

SB.\nHII ZI of aeronautics and lit ourselves to ltal'R. Commence taking It lodnv sid
vow will feel better ai oboe. Folfy. 1 ,
.0 make tbe greatest possible use of balloons of
Orlno Laxative does not 'nimuM' or PREEIIANDSOMP
and dirigibles On April 30 next gripe!! and la pleasant to take Kpfiuu I

tbe course will open with a lecture substitutes_ ''''I'ltnnlll l''Im, i iacy' .
Breakers.SEtlilUEE, rIORIDV accompanied by the use of lantern .
18 e --- ---

', slides Afterward Leo Stevens mill Tribute to Tstraxxlnl ,,, I.rA r' w" ; -
give member of the class their first One SOUK bird only In this wll IIoj practical lesson A complete miniature Can such enchantment give by simply CHAIRS I
;;;; slnitlnicOlond \
RAea *1 1.00 per day and up !Special: by Week or .. \soo. spherical balloon will be used as n. the sunshine. she comes blltht-
will a large balloon with a capacity of Iv.
11 35: .000 cubic feet of !gns The men. under char,) that touches care Ilk. ft rim.. oJ
'. ferry rha we sell U n .Ic in our own fat(my amid mU >i the WHOLKAI c price M yTiers .
I. M. \t\UIJETTE[ MinigerTITUSVILLi Mr. Stevens' direction will pre The melody thst m"kPlllr. burden l 1.- ''I ll
The carol of a lark or linnet winging
tare. the big gas bag for an ascension Upward from earth and |>.arl, In ..how.r.ftlnlol'ln. : FLORIDA CHAIR FACTORY .r.i. t

- --- -,, -- .. --- though the balloon will not be Inflated: .. Y.I..e.a.. rww.w Jears.ar111g11.eMa. ._,=.. aa.ar ...v..se C

':. During, the subsequent weeks the Which men. may prli. yet fight not topoisess t 4t

men will construct a email pilot balloon
Sweet cousin to the nlRhtlngal In tears
having a diameter of probably Thy rich notes melt upon our. rsvlshdar 1
twelve .feet Though this cannot be .

e Sterling TITUSVIILE, riORIDA. used to carry paspfngers. It can bo And prove yrt I think this doth not sorrow THEY ARMOUR FERTILIZERS '

utilized In carrying skyward the antennae Hut Boiru'lhlngthat divinely would re-

of a wireless telegraph apparatus jutc.l'Iom. ..- .. I
In operating cameras and In heavenly reminiscence In a volt
As virginal .. sending up Ardols lights for practice -Henry Tyrrell In Mew York World. made from highest quality *
In signaling at night After that we are S I
GROW .* i
shall construct a large. balloon havinga
e b ., capacity of at least 33:! Civil War Check For 6f Cents a animal products which are ev -
participates A curiosity In tbe form of a 'wnr ,
of gas If the company In
IIt'tll..nll'nt warrant was Insuod recently 1
AIA tbe maneuver up state during June \ to John L Otirlfh of llefonte. I'a, erywhere known to be the best
we shall take n balloon up there with
for the !sum of 07 nuts. the 1'111111'dt'lphiu
us. though It probably will, have to l bo snjn '
Record tt l H noV about forty BIG forms of plant-food. Use them
bon'ow cdMember.
tour yens slucn UtMicral 1 Curtin wo
of tile Aero Club of America
) hove nldedeus lu every way It la uuiMtirol out of the service. ulIlln all and your crops will grow bet- R
these years lift neverdrt'nincd that Im
probable that members of our oero-
I hnd any such claim nvalnst the Unite,
ter and
nautlc corps will make ascensions with your pocketbook grow
States government It that li
them within a few weeks as several I CROPS
calculating the time of hi enlistment
1. rySNNt, u :' #tI. ,gpd. mIF.tU.! (! t flights ore contemplated" at Plttsfleld/ an error was made. and tills was Ju treuntly fatter, than ever before.MANUFACTURED if
Mass, and other points. I/'
discovered The number of
In the tower of the Kevent.lIratI'l'glment l
the order III lao-'l, which Indicates that .
armory, where tho first company '
there were a few claim paid before IN
maintain quarters the uieuibers ,
thin' one ,
have constructed their own" wlrej

Conveniently located close to F. E (\ H,. depot, less telegraph apparatus With their Tae::: ceillo Fla.l
.It In the famous INDIAN RIVER ORANGE SECTION.\ heliograph, signal/ flag and other Wsnttd Reduced Rates. ,

ThU l house Is practically new, having !been entirely rebuilt, de\lce they maintain constant' communication Unwell I beard of a case of O roe It -- ,
many more room added piazzas erected, aud all modern eonvenlencee with the Brooklyn signal meeting Greek the other duy Powell
1 Installed and has been \\bsts the story How'ell-A mill-
and the
corps tbe New Jersey corps, Williams' Mammoth Mail Order House.
H COMPLETELY RE-FURNISHFD regular army corp at Fort WOOl Inter was married. and when" he cam

f Accommodations for twenty. Rate: (2.CO a day and up. to pay the wedding, fee he asked It I

Special weekly and monthly rates INNOVATION FOR GARDENS.Th. there wall any reduction: to clergymen 211 West Kay 8t -Po 0. Dog J01JACKSONVII.LK, FLA.* : t
P. O. WALTON/, Propr. -New York Press

,J. J. W1LMAMM 1
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--- ---" ------------- ----- Fsshlonsble Should Have Lakes In ----

Them, Says London Gardener I )
'llie Story of a Medicine.
,. One of l..onlon' landscape gardeners .
*doldcn Medical ( FXrRES: PA III.DESOlOItTK. f
4to assures us that fashion In gardens Its namn Discovery .CASE... ;001)8- Bl'ECIAr.On'lm. I
chance almost ns mysteriously aa fnsh I was suKKoHt4, by ono of It* must Import* Inlebrook! Whiskey 'In drum.-DUllllery I' 441 '

SANFORD, Ions In women's bats The plain matter ant and valuable Ingredient*-Uolduntal 4 Full I I Quarts . . . f ft on Uotl hag. KxiircM ()'ollect. II 1
/ COOL .IOIII.lot.odrum,
. . . .$1100: ()
Sanford House ,
e of fact garden with Its trim lawn 0 . . . 71a/<
Nearly forty Dr. Plerca discovered "
FLORIDA year ago ,t' :2lpll.lfVlna In drum . . 3:1:I 00 .
D It . . . 13 75
J. l bordered IY' neat rows of flower bods. that bo could, by Die use of pure, II Hold only by drum. Will not break drum .
II . 12 I>> (II'
Is passing out of favor "Tbe fashion trlplo-rcflnnd glycerine, sided by a certain U freight paid
able garden this summer," bo says, degren of constantly maintained WirilAMS NO. 10 UTK. OLD HOMFSTFAI: : COltS WHISKEY

Coder the management of "will contain a lake. a fountain and beat and with the aid of ipparatu and gallon jug| express| paid . .$ ::1110, ,
I 4 Full Quarts ;. . . 3 20) t
for that
possibly a maze made out ofilaurels appliances designed valuable purpose, ex II" It . . . . 4' 60! CORN WIII8KKV-Express Collect.
tract from moat native -
HARRY DRIVER, our modIUnal
y. Irregularity Is tbe result filmed at. 1J: It , . \\I Of'
root their curatlvo properties Hooky Fork, per bottle . . ,.11 00
l late .(.! taot manager of San Juan Hotel, Orlando: Ylo7.lda.I says the New York Press 'Tor 'Instance much better than by the use of alcohol OLI IIAIIFAXIUE, ltuckl1'otlr.vorcaMe. . . .1000

you mar hare a small lake surrounded so generally employ d :80 the now world- 4 Full Quarts . . . .M 20 N. C. White and Juif . .It an'
by a hedge and spanned. by abridge famed 'Golden Jlixllcal Discovery fur (J" .. . . . 6 00 N. U Whits, hotter .. . .. _. J: 00
-- -- / Py the side of the lake\'; a ntyallludiracr the cure of week stomach Indigestion or II It It . . . .". 12: 00( N.C.W61tefine. ? . .. .. :JSi
house can Iw built At the dyjprpMa, torpid liver, or blllouanets and Laurel Valley Corn, . . . 300UVK
DUtK; FISHIVO" klndnd deranjempnu was first made at SUNNY eouni IIYK; /
garden."reached tortuous
SnOOTIXG end of tbe ty .
It slnaa has without particleof
paths. there may be a beehive, a rain ever alcohol I lit lu malup b\m a 4 Full Quarts .. . . .. .. .J 73 WII18KE1'-Esprea. Collect.

I MO IDE and FISHING BOATS at all times.ITOO gauge or something( which will Interest A g ance\aAj] >cJuH 11kt' lu Ingredient (J" . . . 41 0 Per Gallon
b householder *, prlntea onT\er bottle-wrapper \:tJit II II . . . >. 8 flU Cower| Dlslllleil and Jug . *t 0."
8\11':8': : and Special weekly and onthly.IT tbe will ttow that It I is tuiSf from the mct ; PintsYEITOWHIOVK. . . . 12 00 Queen City: . :. . . :J. (Ml
up. "Statues bidden In unexpected cornersof
valuable medicinal nxwVVfound growing Houth
e the" garden can be Introduced while In our American fore O>J All I the, )n.BTxIlenjtsJtsYf nOUKHOV.Dottle tDrt : : :: : : : :: : : :: :: : : : 3 00 ,

a softly splashing fountain adds a recelvtvl, the tr ,. .itxlxa- . . ., . . ,1 1110 Hurdle Hr, KpelalOverboil .. . .. 4 00 '
charm tt the whole. Many persons I 111'11 r .I MI 1 iJtAJinic m pnn less . . . . . 12 00 4 00..

:. l1ENUEltSONV11J.I. 7 C. have already bad little. artificial lakes I w Lt"'rnKxjSof OUt 1IOOVK:-Expr M Collect Zilch lIui. : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : :\ : : : (en

--- bunt In their gardens this ,ellt'." A i Bottled In bond by the U.KU'J.'tn'C.1.lanter.. . . . . . A (X) .

r: circular lake (term fart In diameter' ILL tljfkecmJumeiiieiiUua. 1 Full Quart . .f 1 21It : OM I Itoune . . . . 5 (00 +

hDERSONYII;..tJ EI 0, BLUE.RIDGEgMOUNTAINS.. nlll not coat more than $10. while con been compiled It 1 by Ir R. V. Pierce: of : I. . . . U 00 Williams t'rlvat.Seal l. . .: a oo(

nrrtlnff a water supply for the lake I Buffalo, N. Y.. and will be mallndre to
any one asking same by postal card, or II -SEND US A TRIAL ORDER-
which must be kept frond If finis are to( .:
addr i .
litter *M< to the Doctor as alx>v
2.500 FEET ABOVE SEV LEVEL.HM live In it should not cost. more than a From three. endortHmenU\Popled! from -. ---- -. ... -- .-.
l few dollars more standard medical' books of all the different .
schools. of practice.' It will ba found I
I population of 3J 4M. On mIn line of Southern Railway Through that the lngrnllentcompo IogtbeJold-
Her. from Jacksonville, Fla., direct. Excellent trout Itching ID them ORCHARD ONA ROCK] PILE. en Medical l Discovery1'are I advised not ,

"' ilu Streams, tiding and driving, and .a hotel that U ro,wlern, fclectrlo only I for the cure of U>a above mentlotiiMl THE ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING OFFICE
-' .?. Otl. elevator, and.ft euUlt.rf and service that pft.*.... 'it1 .ae- Remarkable Experiment In California diseases, but alv for the cure iJ all catarrbal. ,r'I
bronchial and afeCtlonsaecompaliated ,
.*? Western North Carollo Is pronounced the SWITZERLAND OF Made by s Oll.d;. Operator. wltn .throat' discharges, \ ( ,

tnlt A. For rales, reservations, etc, address, Growing an orchard upon a rock hoanennM, sore throat> lingering. or
WM, HEWITT Manager Hotel Gate., ItES'DERgOSvn.LE, N. cST horticulture banz-on-ooneh. and alt those wastlnaIfatloM
__ ,' :_ I pile would seem like / In I which. If not promptly and -
topry! curvy land but thin Is IISIl1I1 properly ireatwl are liable to terrnlnaaIn I Headquarters

I what James 11 Lejwtt. a Uric dredgeepepatof : consnmptlon. 'lakn Dr, Pierce Discovery ;
In time and persevere In IM UHf!
OFFICE sot fortuer onburdlut: lc doing until you ,lv" U a fair trial and It I la not
COAST ADVOCATE PRINTING 'I' at OrovUle. Cat. IIv.boa leveled a lively/ to disappoint.\ Too much tntitt not
I' I be xi wctenl of It will not ptrforulmiracle .'
number of s
DOCK :"which be has dredgrl and U now In Its advanced stacet No medicine will. ,
AIL KINDS: OF SOCIAL AND COMMERCIAL PRINTING.I I this round to fig, It V.-UI cure the .nnctlon' that lead 111'too .I .
planting orange
consumption and JP'llpeL Not only doe .Leggett


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*** ****** *****+****** *********************** *** A PLEASANT OUTING. FAIRBANKS' COUP-

J WRITE FORLCAsTALA0TOUE QIFT-GIVING GOODS J Last Sunday proved-to be one of the .F.ditorEnetCooet-Jdr.Jocllt41Tbat John R. Walker & Co

most delightful days of the season and was a clever game that Candidate

Diamond r Clocks, !1, many enjoyed the balmy breeze and Fairbanks played on Candidate Taft. ,)

Who, 1;,= I I Cut Glass, beautiful! scenes of lovely Indian m"er. Mr. Taft made Sir bid for the tariff\ reform -
Kings Pins, Silver Tea Sets -THE DEPAltTMCNT STORK-
>' Irooclbes, stl P erFlatwsre I which was well dotted with launches, vote In his party; be prepared a

Kolm, Chains, Toilet Articles + sail I and row boats as far as the eye could platform for Ohio In which he advocate
i Lockets, Hand Painted reach. One of the most cheerful of the a special session, to be convened immediately I CARRIES!) A FULL LINK OF

;' Croiiece, China 1847 Rogers i launch parties was seen la Captain Han after Inauguration\ to revise the
liuckles,, plated were ford'a trim llttleboat "Annie" which ,,.tatlff. And then he sat down and Clotla-iKLgr: : :Dry Goo Lc

.laklodeafd settHuckl.N.ttoe carried Mr. and Mrs Twievant Wilson, chuckled to himself over the trick. ,

4401PHCCSHOO Mrs. McFarland, MUs Maggie/ 'JrubeMessrs. But Brother Fairbanks was not asleep Notions, Millinery, Shoes Grnts' Furnishings Etc :We represent "
) Jewelry ;* : Bert Johnson, Ceo A. King, He beard tbe chuckle and winked a sly largest and best Tailor-Made Clothing: House In America <' of I

see.x4 and the affable captain, followed closely! wink to himself In the glass "He platforms .

by Messrs. Will Mathers, Rush WIlso best who platforms last" mused Fur' : itio.ro:
and Jesse Battle, In the former's launch the Vlc -President, and then be took his ,

JEWELERS MLVEItxMITHC.1 The bracing air and bewitching scene pen In band and prepared his bid. II.
/ 1Yext Bay St.K JACKSONVILLE, FLA. House and Office Furniture of al, Kinds and Descriptions
raised the about four month
had a tendency to create joyful feeling Secretary .
Satisfactory Ouaranteed. \\e Piepay all Forwarding Charges. which moved the party to jest, laughter so to speak "Why should business'ba '

********************** ********************,* I and song, Inteiralngled with wit, humor I kept In suspense for a third of a )'eal'" Ierdware: .,

," .. .. ._--.. .- .. and repartee which blade time fly flit queries tbe gentleman from Indiana
and the distance abort until Mosquito And so be Insist upon an extra sesslo A Full Line of Heavy,and Shelf Hardware, Ship Chandlery, Hunter' SUPII

Robbins & Graham Go BREVARD COUNTY SCHQOL Lagoon was crossed and the ocean beach early In November Everything needed by the Fisherman.GrrpcerfLes ; ,

BOARDThe was reached. A dip Iq the surf, which This was not only sooner, but the re-

l (Incorporated.) Board of Publlo Instruction met was immensely enjoyed, was first on the vision t Is sure to be by a Republican con : :

PAID UP CAPITAL 'J ,OOO.OO In lUusvllle) \ Fla at 2'10:: p. ra.. Mon program, followed by a sumptuous re gross, while the next congress) will probe ,

This company owns day, May 4th, 11)08. present E. 1 K. pest of Armour's most choice delicaciesWilson's ably be Democratic This' Is a coup A Full and Complete Stock of Staple and.,Fancy Groceries
Arnold chairmAn O. S.
) Singleton, A. J.
unsurpassed biscuits and cake worthy of a general. Tbe protectionists
Carter and J. H. Walker ,
u The minutes of the last regular meetIng elites and jams In abundance. The would rather bare revision-if revlalo

d : 1 the Indian Rivet-Country; On the St were read and approved. usual "gathering up shell on the sea must come-by the Republicans and the Send your order and have all your needs filled at once. A trial will

Lncle River! ; at New Hlver and on Bay of The the Treasurer received presented and his warrant report shore" followed and many pretty spec!. Republican tariff reformer want It al vince you of the great saving both In money and trouble, made by orderlc

money menu were secured.*,Returning to soon as possible. your merchandise from THE DEPARTMENT STORE
4 Discayne. Prices to suit the times paid' for the month of Mar., 1908. Same camp
was examined and found correct and the tired and weary the party was met bMr. Who will\ deny that Mr. Fairbanks ba

Send for Land List redeemed warrants duly cancelled and Fred Hitchcock and a friend with a won a victory over Secretary Taf If .................................................
Offices at Tltusvllle and Miami. Fla. filed. bountiful! supply of Ice-cold refreshments But what will Senator Knox do? And
H. O UTLET,feneral Manager DB B. H. BLAKIWOOD,Raftered
Financial statement bmgtf,
brought from the store at Allen what \kind of a platform will Governor i
To Hon.A.A.BMwart,Clerk of Circuit I"IrIn
compliance with Section. a, Cliapte4.U.J burst, and for their kindness they will Hughes write All this I II very interesting .
:' East Coast Meat Market ; l.. w.of rNorlcU. we hereby Ale with you ever be held In grateful remembrance but why not submit sealed bids
the following ItcmlMHl (tatoiiiHiit all mnnevirwulvecl
appr.prlatlon.| | mule, and warrant On the return trip the picturesque The fellow) who speaks first is at a dls i TITDSYILLE' PHARMACY

t' O. F. DUKEV, .Agent. IMIIIMI Warrant for the month ending May, lOuB. beauty of Haulover canal, with Its high. advantage and Mr. Fairbanks has made ,
outstanding at lat report
; IlC CountTlMJh'K,1 fund.. .... ..,..tl.Ttl 80 rugged banks lined with the4entsshack. good use of the advantage.Now .

t'.. )o.. Warrant held at thlameetingT and houses of Innumerable fishermen, for Knox and Hughes. Bid up, i (Successors to the Red Cross Pharmacy.)

County sohoolfunj.........,. I.6BO 16
'- "'" | he spreaded nets, the numerous chll gentlemen./: LANCEIOT.

It; :: tt.j t Warrant Total paid.....In...April.........IWH...- -$1,3114616 dren and the quaint attire of the Inhabl i TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA

1' County iliiiol; fund.... .o.,..S2.HOO( M ants caught the eye and admiration ot BET TWO DOLLARS.
j -\ Complete Stock of-
a -. 1itlcio; IIb he entire part As night drew on
: : -_' ': sa. large flocks of wild ducks were seen Seeing a broken chair to front of amerchant's I
,. < ,, Total now onUtandlng a* follow_ PURE DRUGS AND DRUGGISTS SUNDRIES
==a County snhool fund... .....t..*llfilO SB high up In the air, wending their way door, a few days ago, Ctpt.

'\ I e.c: g:: Tul.IO.llbonb.D.I..?........ it Mtxllclt northward after a winter In sunny Florda Jack Lafllo remarked that It should be 1
Prescription\ Filled with tbe
.Ii g. In fund.......... -,,1I,4D7 e 2 wheie provender and snow removed, font was liable to fall down
Cant llalance nlcnown. About nightfall tbe party and be the means of hurting somebody Utmost Care and J>romptltudeWE !
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t\\ bounty school fund_ landed at the city dock and retired to when the Injured party could sue and recover -
TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. 11.1 oaiih on hand at last report 4 29 II
iteoelvvd In April, IIKW,.... 2,5011510 their homes with the happy consolation damages from the mei'chant. WANT YOUR TRADE GIVE DS TRIAL ORDER.Titusvillo .

'i Total ot having spent one whole day beneflcl Contractor Decker disagreed .It'h him. l
Leta warrant*'paid;'in'Apl.5006: ':= II 23 ally and without a dull moment.EXCITEMENT saying the city council would be the I +......m........+.....NNNNNNNNN/I.

81_.fund C,ohap 8383 law ria. -3 proper party to blame, for negligence In
JL11we Cash on hand at lait report,0.,, 13 711 not the
Total .............. ... ... _(Q eB carrying ordinance requiring
he aldeValk to be kept.clear of obtruotlons Lumber Co

Itemlaed Receipt .
EdiltJI' Kant Coast Advorntet '
County lobool fund Then came the pro' and con' from
Dear Sir-Restitution Is a noticeable
Daub on tmml at l beat report, ..I 4 !M
Itea'dKWB.llpnllalISM. .o. e nou feature of the great revival which Is In be numerous "butter-Ins' ," and the log. ARE NOW SELLING

,' y, 4 y, yweua u" u'5 .. ta'.. HW 1MM .0.. ....0, i.IlfTIIi 49 progrelJllo Philadelphia. Dr. Chapman Ical arguments of the principals which
', '\ poll* IM oo resulted In
to'01 received ft letter from a banker In which finally "Captain Jack" bet.
Ru'd from
Coinp tax 113 69 Si
ChKc sine. 'u.. .. '01 be told how Ing Mr. Decker two dollars that the In.
f r to 07. M 68-3.809 811 a year ago, they found

81.eotalllCbool fund' o" chap 0383 Lairs: heir accounts $2 n.OO short The theft jured party could recover damages from LUMBER

Hal nest on band at taut report. 88 'rII was so cleverly covered up, that they the merchant. ,

r Total..................... .T.Ma" iItem. could not, tn any manner, discover tbe The bet two taken and the two men

...."Rxpvndltur decided on :Mr. George M.. Robbins
guilty perron. Tbe f,210: was returned as AT THE: FOLLOWING PRIC
Coonty Aobnol"" FundTeaohen with a letter from the man who had referee, who, In rendering his decision,

TrannportHtlon aalarle pupils....,,,$1., .07H 2ai 00 00 taken tbe money, confessing bis wrong. quoted law which showed that the chair Framing, dressed four Hides . . . . ,-. $1]'

O f t"unn lanltor No 6:iii 00, had was supposed to be put on tbe sidewalk B. Flooring, Ceiling and Siding. . . . . . 2
doing and saying he been converted
>.No rot *l flfl ,.746 l
JI')twakelleld janitor; tic. 16,,:, Too 10 the revival meetings for the merchant's own private use ad! No. 1, Common Flooring, Celling and Siding . 0 . . . 1*

I' J Hall.npamNo I S I HIHlclunl No.2, Common Flooring, Celling and biding, . . 1
t.f t. i I; Milton. rap. No. 101 a 70 It Is estimated that 21,000: to 40,000 attend that the persons who occ.lpl d It did aoat o. 0 0.
Oval ill Kowt.r, diplo'a: No. 16. 1 14 40 their own rlak. Door and Window Casing and Finishing Material, dressed four sides Ji
E. M. Wh.le, ref poll t.aew.. .. 8 00 the meetings and hundreds dally
You will not make a mistake by try Johullenryty1pewrlttngmin EAcyCoasr ; ;.. o. 00 on fens Christ In tbe churches In theat The decision pleased the merchant, Sheathing, dressed one side . . . . . "0"" . 1 11'

tog the above brand of Whiskey-It Is flnanolal AovOVATKpub.Ilehlng tateiuent. I no ere, tac tol'l ell, workshops and In tbe aided the contractor financially and \ F. O. B, CARS TITUSVILLE FLA.-'PROMPT SHIPMEN

the grandest for the money J.K H Walker. Arnold alary per.diem upt, mlleain for Apl TB IT 00K 20 : treets. In addition to the Interior taught tbe Captain a lesson -- ---. .. ;c- .___ .___.____ _.__ _._____

HANNE BROS., 0 B Rlnrleton 990! meetings, numerous open-air services D. II. SPELL. DR. J, C. Pbarmi
t. A J (:jiru-r per dlom, mllair t HO SPELL Regisred
\. Jacksonville Florida tank of *'t. Pierce int on war'nt* 1 OT ; are held In the City Hall plaza, before It Ittaclied the Spot.
t: Complete Price List for the Asking.IHRSHBERG I IsrevartlCo0taterankntwar'ta R RUM Hank tat on warrant. !93 III VI 87 independence hall, or In some public I Mr. E. Humphrey, who owns a large Banner: Drug Store.TI

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e,1/aIslsolstedpul.ll. moo thoroughfare; In the heart of the city eneral store at Omega Ohio and Is
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j Total lull .. .. SI.KHflO of the Adams'
It seems unreasonable to cry down a i resident County Telephone FLOKIDA.
Attest) E. D. ARNOLD; I Co., as well as the Home Tjle-;
J. K WAI.K KB, Chairman pro tern ellglous; awakening because of excite phone Co of Pike County, 0., says ol Toilet Articles, Perfumery Stationery Et
: Seoret ery, ment. Is. there not lens or more mental! it. King's New Discovery "Ie saved ,

The Board adjourned to meet at 8.10 excitement In considering any subject my life once At least I think It did. It "

I o'clock Tuesday, morning, May 6, 11)08 10 which\ tbe mind I is Interested f-say, seemed to reach the spot the very seat SODA WATERS and IC& CREAM
Tuesday, May 6, 1008. ID taking fray cough when everything else fail. ,
a seeking nomination
The Board met pursuant to adjournment ed." Dr. King's New Discovery not
: b with a full Hoard present conducting business, selecting awife only reaches tbe cough spot; It heals
." TRA E MA K I The committee appointed at the April or planning a pleasure excursion the sore spots and the weak spots In ..PURE FRESH DRUGS?,
J HOLLANDEK A CO'S/: meeting to look 'Into the matter of en The more Important the subject, tbe throat, lung and chest Sold under "
I Urging the Eau Oallle school building\ more excitement until the matter( Is guarantee at Tltusvllle Pharmacy, COo Mall orders promptly filled. Will order anything we have not In SWCkEJ.
' presented written report aud tile same and $1.00 per bottle. Trial bottles free.
Quick Drying, Elastic and Lasting. "- is received and IIled.Tue tully canvassed, encompassed and fully
r' Coloring to represent any natural wood!, Superintendent wu Instructed to settled; then the mind turns to other :
; and L. ::se ::c & ::seO.DEALERS
Varnishing at same application Issue a call for bids. tickle of Interest or excitement WALTON SELF.LOCKING BLOCKS, .
. s Can not by excelled A letter front Miss Carter '
ai. Margaret was Patented In all countries tackle
Bam Small said tbat stagnation walnut Only -
For sale byRONALI) A FISKE, road March. stating 3d, that 1UOS\ ),warrant for $:m.oo No.,_77U3l was.'sued lost. nation to damnation. block of the kind In the world. FIt- GROCERIES, GRAIN AND HAY AND All FOOD PRODUCWe
ted with the ,
Cocoa Fla. ice oeoreiary was instructed a Merritt, Fla., A. R. MOORK. Walton-Vint Roller handle
notice In the papers warning bane:and May U.Letter Bearer Useful In' any place where We deal PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agents for RAPES FERTIL
THETWO others not to such K exclusively the above line of goods and solicit the trade of all con
pay warrant war. hoisting Is done. With these block I
" rant Is not found a duplicate will\ be Is ers. Write us for prices on Grain and all Groceries, delivered at your station
. BEST SPARK PLUGS sued at the June meeting.The to Chas. H. Walton, one loan can do the work of two. E. L. BRADY A TITUSVILLE FLA.

bill of Mr. B. .... Deal for tM.00 Tltusvllle, Fla. Thousands sold in the north Call --- -_ .
ON THE MARKET, for Isolated ( was rejected, as the and see them In working order at this
.'.'1'5 .1.110. Board that: : Dear Sir Experience: : teaches some 1W:4.a.VXN: :: Gi-OOnM11N
finds this does ,
pupil not
people sometime; It teaches a few some! office or at the Atlantic Supply Co',
come uuder the Isolated rule. It'. slow f- t- '. E. <*< "f- depot,
things; a mighty school though. store, Jacksonville, Fla. TITUSVILLE "
There being no further business the I that !:, FLORIDA.
same experience
iI ILl. Board n adjourned June to meet the. .tlrst Monday Lot of people paint lead.and 011)paint -Making a Specialty offiiiol -
> 3z 1008..t2:30F m one In three year, and think themselves WALTON 8RLFLOCKLVO .BLOCKSare FI.-CHh
I JNO. I(. WALKKR. L'1"uaitM Omixllewt.n
Secretary and Superintendent : deju; they ant wasting half their money for sale by the Atlantic Supply i
They're so sure they wisethey
I wCHURCH die as they live, paint-foolish.are Ea. Cu., East Bay street Jacksonville, CJ? nr&
: x 1 lerlenoe teaches them nothing Fla. | SCHLITZ FIZJC-a Non-Alcoholic Beer
'I7. NOTICES. 1 here'* another set, who buy paint by SANFORD BREAD CAKES AND PIES-always Fresh.
:1J"o 0 the gallon, and go by the price of a galon Notice of Publication Your patronage solicited. .
an Satisfaction guaranteed.TITUSv'ILLI7
They think one price Is high, and
+ at KPISCOI'At. C1IUHCH. mother la low; and they pay about mid. ---;-- ----.. .-. -- --- ----- _
:0 O kv vq! Dean Kobottom will officiate In Mel. dung; why don't they pay low They CIRCl'lt; COt'RT Or THE SE\ ;-
I' > i know that. milk Isn't dear nor cheap bytbe roteJtl Judicial Circuit of t Florida In and rot LI'D w Y IBT1L73: : :,
o :s >ourn. on Sunday morning, May 17th, puce of a quart; that tbe milk has lira tard County
tsJ at 11 o'clock and In Eau Oallle on Sun- : something to do with It. They don't J. E. McDowell ) Bnforoaraant of Lien
::0 day evening at 730.: I buy "cheap" milk but they buy "cheap1 Robert >CJwtrd vs. Daniel J J)I falnw'Order of Robert Publication td- FRED AND SALE'SADDLE: [ IIORS
paint aDd pay double. Experience teach.' .arl1l)6olel.
There will be no service la St. 6\-
el them nothing, To Robert Edward V.utI.I. De'enlan In clue' .STABLKS... BUGGIES,
trlel's church, 'lltusvllle\ There' another set. They painted abo". cause, 1
m The' Roy Mr. Cre",*on Is unda"1 ,ears aeo lead-and-olit; exhausted that It appearing by an affidavit tiled In tbl* canes BAGGAGE SCRRC .
that your whereabout I I. not known and that
I health, and hopes! to rtturll to his Then trlea something else: It was betteror you are over twenty one year of ace, eta. t I
ID week % wore Then Devoe; it cost about Now, th mfu .. It i*ordered that yoa.nter TRANSFER, lwl and TURS'OUT5
a or two.
, I1KNFORD UACKKNnpaiklnic halt and wore twice as Iou If. That' how Tour.appearance. the bill filed In the above
cause a lnt you In tb*Clerk adios of the HAULING
to &luker with. Absolutely experience teaches some of us. ETC. \rIDda.\ .
nt BAPTIST: CHtKCII.Rev wv*U.ur at Titm-llle, I lurlda,on or Ixfor ?all
TlRlit' loaf Rrouadtap.rtnljulutsperictas.' Tours ttnlv, the ard day of AnEimt A. D -. (ITalM you
1u.rnaed for ouoear.. Wm. Stone will preach on Sun- Gi 1v defend *au)*, the Hill of,Comiilatnt, will .be ta.Ilea .
F. .
MOMKC1IMtit day next at 11 a. m, at and DKVOE A CO. a* eonfMMd bjr you and the oases will J. 3WC.: Oes/b4an,
LaGrange; I'. ti. Jas. Trltcbard /boa sell oar proceed .< p.rte.
Hatter t.than to moot.anT the tl doinaml.N) peal for sold a Dollar BatlHfactlun'BjuarauiMid. naff tTltusvllle at 7::W p. nj. alnt. tIt It. I Ur* dim IOAIT t. d that AnTorjkTK thb order, a b weekly* pnbUw"n wpv"" In TITUSVILLEIn rear of Bobbins' Law Office FLOl

lvr publUbod at Tltiurtllv. Krarard: county, -- Gtb I
Maria with Double Improved Mica lo.uUttion METHODIST! CIILKCII. WHY USE Pllawlds, once a week for right consecutive. I,
I No soap, mien if mod In the ennwtrue".n. OLD STYLE BLOCKS, WMki, with m* little dolav a* me y be: that acopy 'iNiiIANRIVERicEFACTORY.TITUSVILLE.
Dr. J. II. Hawk ,
"ApKlal Ultconnt to the Trail" will preach at Oeorgl( when you can buy the boat Self-Look- I.* posted at tb Court bo.... door of Hr.- .ke
ana on,Sunday, May I7tb, at It a, m.aod fog Tackle Blocks at nearly the same ward county{within twenty day from Ills dau. .kl
I> ordered .
fr RONALD & F1SKE, at the :l tk' onto of tb* I
r at 0.30: p. m. A hearty Invitation price. Xow In use In the United above coon,at Tlttinvill, Florida. thin the lath FLA.
ft STATE AGENTS, to attend the services Mtate Army and Navy Department, ay of May" ,A J>., 115. A. A. OTCWART1 Is prepared to famUh Ice In **" &
Is special
extended any
Cocoa all .U 8,1 Clerk Circuit quantity-Sacked or loose.
Examine Court
Fla. them
: : at the ADVOCATE office Hrerard Cof. .
t :
"'\ f.t your dealer doe not handle them aend to us nearby communltles.w Tltusvllle. IU.\ ... Webb,Any for Complainant ... raid sacking for TachU or for family use. Jalr dealing Is my motto"

A. S. PIATT, Proprietor.
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