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Title: East Coast advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: June 5, 1908
Publication Date: -1891
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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OL. 1*. NO.4:1. __TITUSVILLD, FLORIDA FRIDAY; MAY Jit{). 1DOH. = = PRICE [)o. Ca ,
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LOCAL NEWS, Qeo.. II. rernald Hardware Co, Queen Duality Oxford $;},no,, -Indlanola Items came ton late for IN HONOR OF MRS. dEO. M. AMONG THE HOTELS. 6)-

$1.00. f$2,114l. this week's Issue BOBBINS.

Topics of General Interest Dealers in Wholesale and Retail Hardware Take note of the hotel' ads on out 4
nd -Mr. Orlando Quarterman of Chester
paints, oils, sash, doors blinds, Where there are a multitude of wo Shoals was, In town today. A recent Irsue of the Wanhlnaton( .)) 7lh page.The .
lime, cement, brick and shingles.; men's shoes trying to be sold and one
After lull In
quite HOclal '
Reporter says ADVOCATE lion file at all the
THE ADVOCATE Machine all kinds Little fans and Fried Walker loft .
of
Shops repair shoe far surpasses all others in volumeof I
affairs the afternoon bridge of MisG. .
host hotel York ,
In New city
,
(1.50 per annum In advance." work on engines boilers and Naphtbi tales there must be M reason for It. last Saturday fur Fort Pierce, to visit T. Anthonyon Friday 1 wit welcomed,
CIIg
73 six months launches. That one shoe Is "Qiievn Quality," One Mr J. W. Swain and family. '!'he Sterling anI' Pulntbiirst\ hotels, "
. : to foreign countries. with delight It was In honor of M ra.Jeo. '
U 00 per an. Tin and Metal work, plumbing steam pair will\ tell you why t Sold only bOle 'lltiisvllle are Mtlll\ open and entertaining -
HAW Kb' *100 HTHAW HATS ABE ( M I Robbins, of TltustllKs Fla, a
When you subscribe for tbe ADVO. and gas fitting Good Work at lowest WINSTON 8. IlKANNlVO the Host At !Brauning's. sister of M rl. Anthony many guests

. at by the year it doe not cost you prices. Headquarter Style and Value", Three titbltts of progienslve b..hlltovetr.. Manager harry 10. Driver of the Sanford -
N week, postage Included. Gao II. FKKVAT HARI>WAIUC Co., Tltusville\ Fla. -Mr. Joseph Dawson a prominent
,reo cents per (played after which delloloiis lefiesh- (House, Snnford I Informs us hi[*
t resident of Orlando, was a guest of the
Sanford Fla.
Reading notice ads are ten cents meats were served! Those wbopArllclpatrd house. will\ remain (open all summer

f line on this page.; : --Mr. -Mr. E. I,. Brady has bean at Miami ; Sterling Tltusvllle\ part of yesterday In the pleasure of tlii K&ine were
r Hotnl 1 Windsor Jacksonville under
and tm
George F. Ensey of Tropic was this week, looking after his business I today Mt'McUmeHUl.( S, Irvin, T. M. Grwn H.
at Manda. the of Mr. will\
tbe ADVOCATR management Whltten
;:7Get In Tltusvilleon Tuesday and Wednesday. I -Mr% I.. N. Giles, of Orlando, was In C. Kenmii, ,*moo M. Kobblim, of Titusvlllo
-Miss Susie Gladwln attended the remain all through' the summer
,lie'i jewelry store. He came up to town on land business Tltusvllle on Sunday, the guest of his Fin; J. K. Reynolds W It. Latlnier open f
oommencement exercises! at Rollins College ] notwithstanding reports) to the contrary
-Dr. W. L. Hughlett! of Cocoa was -Little Miss Corlnno Walton is now Winter Park this son, Mr. W. P. Silos superintendent of I Katherine Hill, J. A, Terry, !E. I'. ...
weckj J
town on Monday. riding a new Yale bicycle presented to the lltuivtlle Electric Light Co. Wlltlngham; Harry llxokor, K y. Illll\ Mrs S'a Chapman, a foroior .welll'knowo

FOR BATHING SUITS GO TO and MUsHe Kathleen Unite VUIllnmette and popular resident of Jacksonville
RBSn; LIVE FIVE AND TEN CENT to her on her 7th birthday which was -Mrs, B. R. Wilson returned home on ) aud"
on Tuesday, tbe 2Cth of May. Brsnnlng's. Or..n.M now has charge of the office and
Cindles at Tltusville\ Pharmacy.Miss Tuesday after visiting her daughter
Bobbins\ the guest of honor was I II"er floor of the famous JuUlana Spa c
"": Attorney Geo. M. Bobbins Mrs. W. C. Thomas of Ounlt.I.'e.' Fla.
of Miami had Try Goldsmith for grain.Mr. paid a
Louisa Brown gowned black and while lisle madeprincess' and hotel at Green Cove Springs Fla,
visit to Tallahassee the first of the week\ Mrs Thomas Is exptotnd In Mltunvlllo !
very enjoyable visit with Mrs J. O. E. T. Conrad a prominent resident and trimmed with exquisite. which" I III so ably managed by Dr and

ilton, of Blue Hill avenue Boston, of Daytona, was a guest of tbe upon terday legal afternoon; business returning home yes on Monday. lace Mrs. Anthony wore pink chllTi Mrs Williams.

" Bt week, Sterling, Tltuivllle; from Monday until -Word to hand at the ADVOCATE with valunolennes lioosnd made lingerie Mr. J, t). Prloo, manager of Hotel Or- '

-Mri. I.. A. Brady and Masters Law. Tuesday when he left for Enterprise, to DIC HOUGHTON, dentist, Peck Block, office, from 'Miss Mabel Merge says her style _____ mond, Ormond, Fla., and( Bretton lull I ,

floe and Parkhurst left here, Friday look after some land business Daytona Fla. tf. parents and self have arrived' at I heir New York, has purchased of Mr, Lapp

it, for Washington, Ga., and probably; -Mr. C. J. Dt"nhamIIleaye" \ here Master Rufus Robbins who has New. Jersey home after a vety pleasant A DEPLORABLE ACCIDENT. the fast running launch" "Captain Jack." ,'

,.eton, to ipend the summer. Sunday for Augusta Ga;, to join his been at Stetson University, DeLand, trip. Mr. John Fraslcr, a young man of Its took his first lesson running the mo-

HE DEXTO3 Is now located at Fort wife, who preceded him a few weeks during the past six months returned to DR. MILLER DKNTlsT. : TITUS about ID years of age met with most tor Tuesday, on the Halifax River and b

Pierce Dentistry In all branches ago. Mr. and Mrs: Denbara will returnto Tltusvllle on Wednesday, to spend the vllle, FU. C deplorable accident on Saturday mornIng uYI he Intend to wear glovos( hereafter

Tltusvllle before the 4th of summer. ills hand are said to be In bad
skillfully executed. July -Mr. Jack Batton of Cow" Creek; Mr. taut, which resulted In the Ions of

Dr. J. Edward Uricb.Mr. sports take place.; -Mrs. E. L. Brady, Lucille Brady and B. R. Monroe of Osteen; and Mr. A, J. his loft sins. ahape to go. to New.York. ip
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Henry Prttchett, a well known THY A BOTTLE OF SCHLItZ FIZZat Miss Daisy! Brady, of this place receiveda Kennedy of the F. E. C. Iy.( bridge In attempting to board the log train of I

rpentlno operator whose office Is inC Marvin Goodman's, near the depot." very cordial welcome on their arrival /gang were In Tltusvllle on Monday, at. the Tltuivllle Lumber Cu. at Mime, K. OF P, MEETING ,

at tbe palatial residence of Mr. and Mrs I tending .a meeting of Tltusvllle\ Camp whlls It was In motion, his wan thrown
(
building
DyalUpcburch JaCklD-1 -MUs Susie Oladwln, who baa been Quite an enthusiastic crowd of Pythian
F. M. Wooten of Camden, .S. 0., where; No. 141, Woodmen of the World under the car, the wheel passing over
le\ returned home last teaching school at Sebastian during tbe .. elbow met at their lodge room In the Masonic 'i 1
they are being royally entertained. his left arm ate. Inches above the
,ending a week In Tltusvllle past term, has returned to the home of -II! II. Geo. C. Battle and children left distance Hall, on Monday night last, when :
and then again about the same '
-Mrs. F. R. Houghton; has arrived her parents, Mr. and Mrs 8. N. Glcd- FOUND.-AT en-v PIER, A'MASOX10 .I lltusvllle yesterday morning to visit relatives below the elbow, Messrs. Geo. H. Heath and 11. W, Os- ,

borne In Westervtlle, Ohio, where win, of Tltusvllle. Her friends are watch charm. Owner can have the at different points In Georgia, for Dr. Wilson was telephoned) to meet ban were taught tilt beautiful lesion of \.

,eli having a delightful; time with reives pleased to see her In town again same by calling at this office, Identifying i several months Mrs. Battle Vtaa accompanied the train, and had the young man re* Pythian Knighthood. '
111Itona. same and paying for this notice. by Mrs. Sam Hannah, who After the Initiation each of thelllgen-
still remains
Dr.
Houghton WHEV[ THIRSTY try a Grape punch moved to the home of his brother Mr '

CIUI but may go'' North In Septem.'r. ficts.,at the Banner Drug store -Mr, H D, Mao, who has been In I will visit relatives at .Waycross' Mrs.Hannah's J, W Fr..ler.ln South Tltuivllle.wberp, tlemen addressed tbe asssmbled. Knight 4

Tltusvllle since last October left here on daughter has been at Way on Sunday' momlng Dr, II. K. Wilson In a most entertaining manner
-Miss Annie Leoce who spent the cross for the past weak The next meeting ulght will be on
1015' Wednesday en route to his home In H. (I. Utley and J. (1. Spell amputated
VEJJOX! CANDIES, 5c 10o., 25o ,
with Mr. and Mr.
In
winter Tilusville June ftth when there will be an election r
I era. 35o 40c COo, 70c. 800. at tbs New York city, to spend( the summer DO YOU WANT A BEAUTIFUL the'ami a few Inches below the shoulder ,
,
Mass and
Kent Is now In Edgartown; of timoers fur the term.
) ensuing
10 I Banner Drug Store Tltusvllle. lIe ",11returo\ the latter part of October.Mr. 1'Kture, Free f lltusvllle Pharmacy, blade. (
she writes the ADVOCATE that she has
!O. Mace accompanied by his valet, Mr Krasler Is doing as well as could
10'IT.'I -Mrs Geo. M. Bobbins left here one found It very cold 1 ilnce leaving Tltu.1l .. Mr. John Geltch. -Miss Mollie Robottom who has be CULTURE CLUB. '' U
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sir a. m. train, Wednesday, for San- ",\ Mr. and Mrs Kent and Miss Leeoe been at the Cathedral Seminary, at Orlando expected. --- d t

'rd and Winter Park, to attend the went North too soon. -The lion T. Jefferson Coolidge a during the past six months or so, The library of tb* Progressive/ Culture : l
member of Canaveral Club Tltusvllle, returned to the home of her parents WOODMEN MEETING. t 11 '!.
Cole ,
mmencement exercises at Rollins( A COMPLETE STOCK Of" ALt. TIlE ... Club ,11be\ open on Monday afternoons
ail: will\ sail next month for England, to Dean and Mrs 1'. J, Robotlom -
Master pay yestur-
where her son, Richard, Is a and Panama lists from 5 to 0 o'clock during the summer
ident. Mrs Robbins and Richard Latest Straw a "visit to his granddaughter, Mrs. Francis day, accompanied by her Mend MissMinnie There was a special| l meeting of TltuavllleCsmp month,
At Brannlng's.Mr. L. resident of No. Ill, Woodmen( of the tMr
fumed also HlgglnsoD a London Irawlck, daughter of aoelnbrated "
to Titusvllle
r. Robbins yesterday; J. R, Parrott, vice-president of prior to returning to his home In Boston electrician formerly of Little Rock) World at their; lodge room In the Ma- *. Ja*. Prltcbard:; entertained the lif

the Kv E. C. Rail-ray: ; and Mr. R T. PHOTOGRAPHS. \kinds of Ark., but now of Tampa Fla.Mr. tiilo Hall, on Monday evening I".t. Progressive Culture Club on Monday af- ;k
-Mrs and photographs called for the of Initiating Mr,
J. E. Miller and son, superintendent showed purpose .
general
tc ter four Goff taken In up-todate style and and Mrs D. G. Monroe, of Os- the of the .ernoon lash
+ Mrs. A. R. strong with her In Tltusvllle B. K. Monroe Into mysteries
their genial countenances Tbs club I I. now rending Htoddard' ; i'
much cheaper than ever before. Portraits In Tltusvllle for
Idren, who have been here all tbs teen were on Monday Forest! of Woodcraft
last Friday afternoon. They were on eoturos, and will meet. the home of '
inter left Crayon, Pastel Water Color and the purpose of packing and shipping their Ihe of thU'Order will
on Wednesday for Chicago, regular meeting
home
.f
after Inspection tripto
their an J Jr. .
Mrs.
way Lorlllard on Washington
Oil Paintings at most reasonable rates where Ii
vhold to Sanford
tiou goods r.
lit when
will\ return In October. pro Miller the terminusof be held on Monday night next, a
Knights Key, present and enlarged from any small) photo Monroe has just bad au'up-to.dste residence aveniU, next Monday afternoon.
rather lonesome on his orange grove and hot full attendance Is expected I fI
the railway dusty
a long, graph. Babies taken as quick' ,aa a erected for his family, Mr. Monroe .
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roperty since the of CHILDREN'S
departure
ally ride during the dry weather wink Call and see samples of our however, still\ retains his home THE SECOND PRIMARY PARTY, r';.

k. Try Goldsmith for procerlell.Mr. work, and then you will know'what place ID Tltusvllle as be says he may, '
o TAKE A LOOK TO BUY, Little Miss Corlnne Walton of Tltusvllle
MEANS ,
S
do for :
we can you day his business affairs In
some get
/ Urevard
Jefferlon of The scoopd primary county
and Mrs Chas. B. ,
Those Panama Hats 5.00. H. FAUST, 'ritmvllle, Fla. such shape as to enable him to make had a birthday party on Tuesday r
be for State off
will almost
York the wholly core,
At Brannlng's. Hobe Sound, left for New on afternoon, aad she levlteil a number of
., steamship Comanche, Sunday-nearly a -Mrs. Geo. M. Robbins, who ban been Tltusvllle )all permanent Soma Mr. a* tbs only tie vote among the county children to attend and celebrate the oc

-Mrs Geo E. Prttcbett and family month earlier than they Intended leavng. visiting ber sister, Mrs Anthony, at Monroe expects to purchase an automobile candidates was that of the County Commissioners casion. It was her seventh birthday, '

07o& ft here on Tuesday, for Jacksonville, :The ADVOCATE: editor met Mr. Washington Ga. ; and her father and so tbat he can quickly visit his tur. In the ftth district. Mr O. and Corlnne and her numerous little '

here they were met by Mr. Pritcbett. and Mrs. Jefferson In Jacksonville on, mother Capt.: and Mrs. R.I'. Psddlson, pentine farm, sheep ranch and celery C. Hsnsel one of the candidates says enjoyed It Immensely, Icecream,

rum that city they proceeded to Con. Sunday, and they said the reason they at Holnt Caswell N. C., returned to 1'1. farm be I la still In the race for the office of cake candy] fruit, etc were on hand for

111, and other place in Georgia, where were leaving here so early was owln; to tusvllle last Friday accompanied by ber BREVARD COUNTY VOTE County Commissioner, and Its his an- all who were present, who said, they had I'I'friend. 1

er "111 spend the summer Mr. Fred Mr. Jefferson being suffering with stomach sons, George and Douglas Mrs Rob- nouncemeut In the ADVOCATE column.Mr. "a lovely time." Corlnne received many

Morgan has rented the Prltchett trouble and he wanted to see a speciallst bins reports a delightful time on ber On our -1th page will\ be found) the ----- birthday presents

+Idence, In South Tltusvllle, during In'snob cases. They expect to return ,five weeks' visit, but Is glad' to be home corrected tabulated vote cat In Urevard John Macdonald) prominent

Ie absence of the owner and family.Mr to Robe Sound In November. Mr. again to enjoy the lovely Indian River county. It Is, ho"'e'er..r' little different resident of Indlanola, will leave tomorrow Notice.At .

aDd Mrs. Geo. T. Gosling, well Jefferson
'I own and prominent resident! of Oosvlllo famous actor, Mr. Joseph Jefferson We -Tbe Misses Helen Foote and Ruth week's ADVOCATE as we obtained the summer. a special mewling of tbe Indlaaftlver

[ near Stuart, were In Tltusvllle rust Mr. Jefferson will soon be himself' Roberts started for New York on Monday returns from a corps of very reliable cor Try Goldsmith fur Groceries. Haulover Outing Club. a corporation -

st Friday, and RTe 'the ADVOCATE again. ___________ and Miss Claire Wilkinson started respondents. duly organized* and existing under
I:, nee a pleasant call. Mr. Gosling own s Wednesday, joining them In New York\ -Mr. A. ". Italgh, one of our valued the laws of the Mate of Wisconsin tbe

large Teachers' Examination Here Your ClianteI subscrlbsri, who own Cat Cay, Hahaniss said .
of to
Pineapple plantation and winter from which dry they will sail, via the "* name corporation was changed

'lIIe <"> the St. Lucle River where h* The regular June examination of Holland-American Line next Wednesday I understand tber. mountain and who -O"lS a flue yacht, has "Indian River_ Company"
are some
hi i Mrs gone to LI* old bom near Huddersfleld, i 4"* H. Marx, Secty.
Gosling will\ remain until teachers will\ be held at the Tltusvllle for Rotterdam The Misses Foote trout In Colorado that weigh ten pounds

K"t. when they will\ leave for their High School building beginning on and Roberta will tour Europe, while I I want t'J see them. Yorkshire,Fngland, to spend tbe summer Dated May lib, 11)08 40-9
with relative. The
AbVOfATf
Jlne In SanFranclsco. They spend the Tuesday June 2nd, at 8:30 a. m. Miss Wilkinson will spend tbe summer To get tbe money for the trip I am -
,
''at ir and part of summer on St. Lncleer J. R. WALKEB, painting la Belgian and Holland.-Day- going to offer '011h.. biggest/ discount follows. Dinners and Luncheon
,
where the ADVOCATE:follows. Superintendent. tons Gazette News.OLOBIrWERNICKE. dental work ever beard of. ComeIn
Hale
on you For Cheap
..1 Beginning on Monday, May 11th, the
Elastic book cases and get my prices right" away, as I .
:Mules Paimburit, Tltusvllle wilt serve mer
for Sale Growers.
Notice i -to Talking-machlne., Records, Needles want to go soon Only stunt two weeks Hmall Sods Fountain, and Apparatus chants dinner or luncheon tbe price

A pair of mules, sound and In good Marx Brothers, Jacksonville, Fla., House, Host and Copper Taints. of Ibis. Some,work has been Ctlt 60 per. for charging same. of thirty-five cents.

.I .ndltlon for sale' at a reasonable price, wish to notify Growers that they will\ be FURNITURE, DRY GOODS: SHOES. cent. Da. )MiLLkR Dentist.Ward's Also, Windmill and' Pump. Table d'hote dinner served at sis

.3 ner having no present nee for"them.tf glad to handle their Fruits and Vegetables Rugt.Carpets Linoleum, and Matting. Rhode Island JCetlfl. 41.2 W. If. OLKASO, Ea'i' Galile Fla o'clock, at the price of fifty cents

1 Addreii BX this coming season, If they wl!) Edison and Columbia Batteries A ticket for three of either of these.

, ADVOCATE a fflce, Tltuiville, Fla. ship good,sound stock Of er.ripe Fruit Baseballs, Mils, Masks, Gloves.CiA.AGAunxaaTltusvillePbooe. Greatest utility fowl on earth Egg Stove Wood for Huio. ,_ meals will be sold for one dollar.

house Refuse, : ::1-.2& balance of 11 MX
Vegetables, or Packing season per setting.
Best to town all heart. l1.OOperoord
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will not be received Pullets at 1 I.each. Free catalog "
Hardware HAT CAVK INN
Etc. I 12.40 per strand and *1.20 per % strand ,
Respectfully, LAKEMOST( Poci.TBr FARM
For : Job Printing.Do and be convinced.
all ; ;; Trlt
kinds
Hardware both shelf MARX BBOTHER Winter
6-* Park Fla
n'l J. I D. EiJfis. B. F, Freeman, Proprietor Bat Cave,
heavy, paint, oils, Ship Chandlery, N C. In the midst of finest In
scenery
the fact that at the AD
rockery not forget .
and Glassware and Hauling! Draying.Drayfngorbsuling .
call on n*. Draping! situated '
ke have the VOCATB office, Tltusvllle, we do Job Wood for Hale. western North Carolina 14J
goods and
jht oar prices are All kinds of raying and hauling printing of all kinds, neatly cheaply and of sill Inds promptly miles from Hendenonvllle, N. C., and

stIJ **U orders resolve attention. promptly attended to, and Satisfaction txpedltloasly. Letterheads, Notebeads, attended to. Meets all trains Stove Pine or oak, any' length. Also plowIng 20 miles from Ashevllle, N. C. The
prompt wood for sale all times.H. Be address J. famous Chimney Rock and Bat Cavesare
JAS. PWTCHABD Billheads, Envelopes,Tags, and all other at and baf'@wIDJf. or
A Soar guaranteed.
THoivlUe,Fla 'eJoni KETTLES: Tltanllle.s1..L.IiIQJ. kinds. K. HoLTEf.: Tltaavire. W. Jamison Tltusvllle, Fla. near the Inn. Rates reasonable.



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EAST COAST ADVOCATE; TITUSVIIXK. FLA MAY 29} 1908
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Free and Stay "West," Young Mao I hem of Anarchy. thereafter the friend. of a newly' appointed a r The oldest Established Grain sad Bced ROUM m m 1\1a".
Secretary Straus, at the bead of the
It Is natural for >oung men with oo ambassador to the kaiser'scourt
Accepted Masons. department of commerce" and labor, PII=A
capital but energy to turn their eyes will have no little fun guessingas
bit tbe true note (recently with regard Wm. A. :SOUrS:: d
toward China as a land for business I. tb whether be Is going.or coming. = Co
to tbe seeds of discontent which breed
adventure. With all the nations
Indian ., .lo. 90TitnsTlIIe standing guard over the empire as a anarchy Discussing our development Point t I. tnHde that tbe tact of his GRAIN HAY AND GARDEN SEEDS
/ as a nation he said, "There are no ,
bone for rich pULIng.. some day, Itseems being the err' baldbeaded man to run ,
River greater enemies to this system of our
for will give Senator Knox '
president
to be just the place for pioneersto Flour Grits Meal
Ideal than those who ,
la Its principles
Florid a big lead over bis opponents ?
Itodge, plant their stakes and the sooner
Hold It* meetings the enond aDd fourth Tt\- the better. But there Is another side make an effort to substitute soclolog .. wars, Ica 206 EastBay Street, J i i
lay of Moh mouth In the MadoDlo Temple, tlMuTlUe leal vagaries fo..IIW and religion" A'Mr. Those women who want ta Introduce c
\\k It and of consular. official' .
>,at Tiao o i> ro. to one our .
Warehouses tracks of S. A. L.
Straus observed In the same coo- Into substitutefor Catalogue Free on !
telepathy politics as a i
P.VT. Robert. worshipful' MiuUr.Oxoar recently sent Lotus a warning to young
nectlon. we are not perfect lu our In- - ------
Wardnn thanksof -
the -
A 1 KMwart, H Dl r speechmaking Reserve -- -- --- ----
men to stay In the west China as a i
.
Harry Wllann.luntor WanUoH. stltutlons and policy but we have not .
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K Wllmin Tr.unr.r.Jnoi. field for muscle. and brains alone In the antl noise pert pie. I
Walker, """ ,eta';. reached our Ideals and are slowly tollIng .
Frank Bum, senior IMaoon.Tho more than overdone. Foreigners who &
*. L.s.ms. Junior iMwoonCban toward them. Anarchy springs The moral differencebetween a man McMurray
fill business' and public positions It)
K.W.IIun. H nlor nuiwari.! prImarily In Ibis country at I least, and a woman Is that a woman bas a
J. W. rraaler, Junior BMwara.J.I China are specially trained for theirwork.
: ). Kniili, Trl'.r from a want of faith In tbe national i character and a man has a reputation.
M.a. Kama Chaplain. They are so well taken care of 401-413 East Hay Street -
i good faith with respect to Its Ideals
that practically "few die and none re-
sign. The Imlatleo.t sociologist will not walt Tbls yell somehow every Installment -Maker* and Jobbers tit-

INDIAN IllVKK CHAPTER IT, for evolution to bring on tbe mil of real wintry stuff Is greeted
The social dead line la the far east
i+ ROYAL: AKC1I |MA SONS.Th lennlum. He wants to get there by a with a hearty encore. Vehicles Harness and
Is set tortb by the consular official In Carriage
I Inilltn Rlv""r Chapter,noy 1 Arch: Miumnnwu abort cut ,
the Ant Wcdnmuajr .. No doubt many anarchists are destructive who his
)" .nlo Turnpl He Is Indeed wise keeps
from the bottom
Tb.following r. the osiers\ of this. cli."iUri. thing as working up by nature. They don't wan order dup 8addleryRubber Tlrea.
shovel good working
ITlBnt.J round to a position of dignity Officials snow
M. H Urns, KimrUnt High
J. It. Walker, King professionals and business men to build better 0..tbe1 would find abuu Irr an "open First-Class Repairing, and
t <*. K 1'rttonatt, rtnrlba 1 dance of unoccupied room for new
Ile Wllunn: '1"elMllrerrO. look down all who "outside"of -
upon are --- -- --- -- .
A Stewart' Heniwury structures. Said one of the followers
.I
T.:H:EUnlHra, (ant.of Jlnut I their class and refuse to associate
1*. KolMrt. l Hnjoiirnar.V of the red flag In Paris a generation .
W. "rtnntl".1| with them In social clubs and In various
A. MUfr.en, Kuval 'nlh Cu'plain.: ago "The way to help France la to THEY
J. N. MMUtrnf'fhlr.l V. forms of recreation. Promotion
I*.J.:Hall:, Muior of weed V kill 2000,000 people right away" They winter"J ARMOUR
O.11.Htowart. V. beyond a certalo grade U Impossible I
r.A.IAmIuyhnii r.ol"lr.t were opt killed yet life for tbe French
for one who begins on the fringe. I
masses bas grown' better every year a
Furthermore this report says that t
since tbe flag of anarchy was virtually
climatic conditions are most trying made from
are
OnDKIl OF ICA.TERN.TAR.
I banished. from the rep bllc. The j
i III and that H Is next to Impossible for GROW
rrl..nfl.hlp Ci.ptnr No IIhnid.Its meetings mind. +
active anarchist Is of weak HeIs
II the MiuMinlo Jx>'ilta| room, Titn* lllir on tla. a stranger to get on without adoptingthe animal products
ant and third TiiBniUjr. In tech month at t-oo like a child who wants his toy right ,
. m. The following arc th. oftloero' o( the custom of continuous liquor drinking -
away Dupe to his own morbid think
Vheptert which Is prevalent throughout the erywhere known to
I I MlH ZiinillD Bt ....rt. Worthy Matron.II ing, be Is further Imposed upon by the
K Wilson Worthy .'atrfluMr. entire east Finally there Is a !better
*. M. K Knlililn, AMOptnl Matron.Mr opportunity In America normal yet misapplied thinking of well forms of food.
fOWUllnelll.to.
*. K. K W i(eon, .....iwt.. Burtha Kline, Treasurer.Th .. social life and for progrViis In self
.following' .. were appoint. *!!) seek to substitute vagaries for
Mr. I....... Menu, AllahMh education than anywhere In the orient. Inexorable laws. Men like Robert ;1 (1 and your crops will
.1 It"..* TtM.tAo Kutb.Mil The Chinese themselves are eager to -
tons Mendot K.tlier Hunter are honest In tbe belief that
Mra.: )llanwil, eardre. Oil all the ponltlons usually allotted to ter and
Mr. M. A. HnrlmiMmr. Elects.I things" are not Ideally right In .this your
boys l and young men! heroand do It CROPS.
than: 'M Walton. War'ler.Jolin .
I It. Walker: tontliml. for what an American would consider country But there are tens of thousands More proof flint ydla JL Pink- fatter than ever,
0.<>. M. Kolllllnl, Cheplaln.INIOHTeOrI ; equally honest end capable
ham'scgetablcConi'roundsoteawoman
a pittance.The ..
thjnkers In the pulpit In sanctum In from surgical opeiutioiis.Mrs. .

legislative halls and In schools and S. A. Williams
> Saloon la Switzerland. of Gardiner,
J'YTJUAI"INIlIAN" II iVKHLLDOE
J'' NO. lox Consul Mansfleld l report from Lu- colleges who believe the same thing Maine, writes: MANUFACTURED
Tbe difference/ Is that they are workIng MI was a great sufferer from female
cerne upon the system of controlling troubles, and R 11 nkham's
the saloons In the republic of Swttzor- on In silence to male that Ideal a Compound Lydia restored me to health Vegetable ,Tacksoz-s.ville: : ..

\ land Is of special Interest at this time. reality some day. Tbe Robert Hunters In three months, after my physician
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j livery canton Is locally governed and admit that progress must be slow. But declared that an operation was abbO-

t regulates. the number of saloons orbare tbelr weakrolnded students, Impressed Intel f necessary." ,

granting licenses according to the by the respectability and learning of lrs..AlvinRperllng', of 154 Cley. Williams' Mammoth Mail ;

Merle every !lnd and ttb M"n4.evulug. In the "parlor Socialists." think the cause bourne Ave Chicago, I1L, writes :
flllCb montb. at a O'OIrMI(. ocollty. In some towns and cities, "I suffered from female troubles, a

rhaitodllor Commander.... ...... ...R. M. alley there may be ono saloon to every 200 must be right or honorable men wonld tumor and much inflammation two 211 West Bay St. ._ '. 0. Box 401-

Vlne-t liiuioollor...:... .: ::: :::.,".: .....:,...'..twif.tJtlsylrelat Hall nbabltanta and In rural districts only not speak for It and, belug right, can't it the best doctors In Chicago decided

Mauler. at Arm.... .. .. ...... ..1.A. Heir* to 1,000 people or even more. come to a bead too soon. Like the that an operation wa necessary to save J. J. W1LLIA9IS, Proprietor
Manor of Work. .. ... .. ..".....Jn II. Walker one French '' my life Lydia Pinkham'a Vegetable
InnnrUuanl..,... .. .. .......W.T Mttlinr The license fee varies and In the "red. they can see progress Compound entirely cured me withoutan
''t Outer Ouanl..:. .... .......T.F.leelnirey only In killing and destroying. It Is "
f Manterof Kirlinqunr. ... ......II. II. 1'rltohanlManterofKlnanie canton of Lucerne ranges from $-10 up operation.
... .... ".,Ooo HriHikelt to $1.200 per annum. All revenue from one thing to teach progress/ on a lofty FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN.For CASE GOODS-EXPRESS PAIR '
.,.. .
:Keeper of Kauonla Mid Boat O. A. Stewart
plane and another to teach It Ina Idlebrook
All tuning' Kk.clits oordlalljr Invited tu at. the traffic Is devoted\ to school and thing thirty years J.y(111Eo link DESOl'O RTE )

.' tend. road purposes. manner and In a place calculated to ham's Vegetable Compound, nude 4 Full Quarts- . . . ., $ 5 fin lOCI| Bolillnfc.druln/ : > (

I --.- The rule governing the saloons In Incite war and revolution. f from roots and herbs has been the d ? . .. .. . (" 200 Half Plntijn' Pints In :\ ()
u" ? ..... . . ,3 :
:
standard for I'z
.. 1 remedy female ills "
1ITVBVILLKOAMP HO 141.Me sold I
Switzerland are very strict, and any .4 $ only by
and has posi lively cu red thousands of It freight paid ? ? l.t: I'n
Te Make tile Army Over.
results In forfeiture of
infringement a OLD :
I e e11eAJIy There seems to beas wide a divergence women who have been troubled with WILLIAMS NO. 10 RYE !
the license. As the number of \licenses
!
of opinion as,, to the !best kind of displacements,inflammation,ulceration 4 Full Quarts . . . j 3 20 1 gallon jug' e : I'd.

Is restricted the possession of as there .U. as to the merits of fibroid tumors, irregularities, 6" .. . . . 4l\O CORN : )
one constitutes a valuable franchise, army |periodic< pains, backache, that hear U" ,. . '' . 9W)( )(,
(
different types of war blpl. A bill Is ':' nooky Fork, per
and the bolder Is bound by self Inter- -down feeling tlatulencyindices- OLD HALIFAX RYE
Fork

est to obey the law. The consul states before congress which If, It should be. ilondizzines8oi' nervous prostration. 4 Full Quarts . . . . .$ 4 20 N.Rocky C. White,and per :

0I teat, while drinking Is general among come a law. would turn the ranks of Why don't you try it ? tI.. .. . . . . 6 0() N. O. White, : ( '

/ the men qf Switzerland drunkenness tbe regular establishment topsy turvy. Mrs. IMnklmm Invite all sick .. . . . . 12 CO N. O. White, line : ''
I M t U evnri. flrataud third Monday. In each I. tare and confined almost entirely The bill limits the time of tbe enlisted women to write her for advice. Laurel Vllej CIAYI.r'i
SUNNY SOUTH RYE.
month at I p. U., sharp at the ,.Ma\ >uulaTampla. man to eve and would thuscreate She has guided thousands to I
:: I to touring foreigner This means years liealtk. AddreiM, Lynn, Mass. 4 Full Quart . . . . .$273 RYE. W
Consul Commander..r.N.llltahrmnkAdvlurj4eulenene hat the Irresponsible element abuses an army of citizens Instead ofin 6 . . . . 110
.. ............P. W. Iobetll army of professional' soldiers, as 12" .<' . . . . 8 00 Copper Distilled 1f
Banker, ..... .. .... .........0. I.. Afanll..UleO'ek the saloon privilege and It Is this element
I, .... ... ... .... .... ....J. L. CarruthenKaoort tbe tendency Is at present JO Pln'\s. . . . . U 00 Queen City . : ,
........... .. ... .. ........(Ko. II. Hnx.k n chiefly which bas brought the MUDD Kuuth . :
Watchmen ..,.. ... .. ... .....I. C.uebau under the ban of The new Increased rate of pay tor YELLOWSTONE BOURBON. ) ,
naloon public opinions 1 ()(I
.... .. Hye Malt .. . .
.., .. ,... .. ., .
sentry Oeo W. HanfordManagbn FOLEY'SEYANDTAH
.... ...... ... ..F. IllackA In this country. enlisted men found favor because It Boule. .. . .. . .f 1 6f Hurdle Rye, ()(I
T.<)rulir 8.l Norton; i was argued that It enables the service Cllle . . .. : . . ,. . 12 00 O"erholt. . .

I All visiting l Womlmen. are cordially 'Invited to Crime's Prayer lloohs. to compete with the civilian labor OLD BOOXK-Expresa Collect.Wch Hill. . J:

kttond the uiooUnit Organized society Is just now paying I market and keep the ranks filled. Premium Bottle l In bond by the U. S. Got'm't. Planter . . '
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1 -- v. --- 'jnusual /attention to the work of au- I Is offered to men to stay with 1 JTull Quart . . .flU t Old Boone . '
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J ir . . . U oo Williams Private r
agonizing crime and aids the Ueelopmeut
to the colo..n up to twenty and thirty -
d The Theater Outlook. of crlwlual imputes'aud lutlnct -
years. Tbe new bill copies the -SEND US A TRIAL ORDER
The hard times uatunlly bit the theaters '. We dlt know how easy It Is to German plan of a single term of service

is the rrry drat, but It Is said that see the mote and overlook the beaus.Thereo' the .recruit to be Instructed In callIngs The original ,
.
the depression may be followed by an -'--'- -" .
Is a beam and sited "
a good -
k they will follow in civil life and : :
Improvement la tlie matter of presenting growth It Is, too In the magazine and I! sent back to tbelr homes capable mechanics LAXATIVE cough remedy -- Ic
c playa. There U a promlsa of-more r
Hovel stories which treat of crimes ,j: farmers and business men. t

i stock compuale tills year than ever and give minute directions as to crliunnl ': The maximum age at enlistment is for coughs,- colds, throat and lung ;

before. This means the services of methods. When the results of i j I fixed at twenty-one and the time de- roubles. No opiates. Non-aicoholfo. Suffering

+ good actori and the offering1 many rime are depleted lu stories and the I i voted to drill would be lluiltdcl to just Good for everybody Sold everywhere.

good now plays which hove failed to inevitable moral deduced therefrom the The genuine
what.is required to keep tbe men up
' hold on lu the large cities because ot usaot crime to give point to a story la {! lu maneuver and train them to tbe use FOLEY'S HONEY and TAR is la are urged to follow 'the example of

tbo bard times. objectionable.. But the careful of arms a Yellow package. Refuse substitutes. their sisters and take Cardui. R.t

\ Summer stock companies bare multiplied working out ot the method of a pun r Prepared only by I mineral .

( during the last few teanons,. but Icular crime merely to make a novel : The ease with which a certain French Foley A Company, Chicago.For non-intoxicating medicine for u.k

the lndlcatloas"for. this year are that tin Interesting story Is. to let loose. a "nobleman"with a blguty spiced reputation sale by Tltiixvllle Pharmacy. I is for sick, weak ladies, with sick

the number throughout the country flood of moral |K>lnou. The mind which i ican j gained admittance to this country

will be more than doubled. They will find Interest In such stuff U morbid recently suggests the need of further

offer good plays, with good casts, at If young and weak. It Is certain amendment of our Immigration )laws. 1t 1u

reasonable prices One advantage of Last a woman who belonged The Sower U.eNo .
to imbibe the polsou and pass over all year young

k the system li that plays are selected the moral lesson luipliod.: as It was alleged/ In'tbe same classon Seeon4 Cha.e. TAKE tAR I 8P
to suit the Good sense sty. oaks ehS mat
where
I locality they are to Parents are Careful to keep their the other side was promptly deported of lb.ant e

be performed and not primarily because chIldren from asrnxhttlon with the as soon as her presence here and

i1 tuvy accidentally scored a bit children of vicious families for fear oIOr I her European record were made knownto Iii ERRV'M.

some time somewhere else. he example that might "be set them the officials. Asr

b1 .association.. But the story Is I .. It Will Help r
9 Once In awhile that anti race sutcld m.d.d keM Iarti a.ea Bn.Laeq
also a companion and the fact that Its Thud -disposition, to treat George arlai.W m W.wwMF m.r/{ bidiury'e
joke Isu't a Lilt tuonto. Instance. awd 1901Mlq
printed and finds a place on tbe tam | Washington as an ordinary buman befog Awesafee

when a $::!.",OOOOOO estate Is so affected fly reading table given It M certain { males It terrible. to think of what la.whde. Iwu'tww.-L sad/story-e"t uue.N f ItER raua..tmit. il.a. It Is a genuine, curative medicine,

r by the birth of a ninth heir that the w.mall a co., (knee, fie.N .
w'arraut would lie said If bo In the female
were a positionto
11*.. the eyes of youth There up system and relieves
t7 other heirs stand to lose about
000) to the new arrival. $3,000.-' I. enough curious barmll'1 and entertl1luluJr DCj j I Intl'l'tf're'lIb' anybody's present political ?: Irs. M *. St. Clair, of Eskdale, W. :
tlon which Is also to keep all proMpects.It "Before
taking Cardui I had given
up
the boys and girls amused everyleleure
Railways are Issuing orders against .N99NN9e1NNN/N99. getting well. I had
r hour.of their lives. The struggle may lea admitted without violenceto : + suffered for 3 .
'
profanity can among control pmr their oY tempers I. It ,passengers the- of a, boy or girl In honest endeavors '' our feelings pride and patriotism : : left side and was confined to my bed, so: I

the moot Interesting .u bJkr ever that the United States navy like everything and now Cardui has about cured '
railway men to. my
surely ought
!
taken up by on author. Many yearsgq i else In this world has not reached t '

the prints were. Oiled with stories a point when It cannot be Improved IP YOU RECEIVE A SAMPLE tcoyr AT ALL DRUG ST.'ORES
Anyway, It will be much nicer to
()qypoor boys who made their W81"tothe' upon. .
i have the kahil''dee.lIttbted'' when toe or THIS PAPER _-_ '
top In New York, then the one i. : :
receives our'amba4adl.lr la Berlin than
t' the metropolis of the western world. These : Dr. David Jayn Hill must hue beenaurprllt'd t -IT is TO= :---- -----------________ h_ ____ ._ __ )
just opporlte. +
at finding himself
the
ales were exciting and elevating center \ LET YOU KNOW THAT t

I Wireless telegraphy Is past the. experImental Youth revels In stories of real boyhood of after 110 living much so International long among professionalpeacemakers disturbance WE WOULD LIKE YOU:TO f THE ADVOCATE JOB

stage but wireless as of Lincoln and Webster, for i
politicsbas
I, at The flag e. BECOME!: A SUBSCRIBER. Vi
not even reached that stage yet nstance. Therein la found Inspiration i iI i

for toll and self denial. But tbe printed i 1 The neetulnesogress Is frequently Does all Kinds and r

Some men are convinced that they whether biography'It treats of a of successful fact or notion criminal, la Impaired by a feeling that It I i
not o"b.
{} are fools till they remember thelove will be time enough to take up Important : Frio. :
letters they bave written. only a text book for ssrrtpUUous .

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EAST (COAST ADVOCATE TITUSVIIAH. FLA. MAY 29, UI08 3 ':I

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(tttCt "WAKING" OF A NOTED HOTELWhy TITUSYILLE FLORIDA.

.j: That hackin cough continues & Mason M. Clark Co. r

the Old Fifth Avenue, In New

(i Because your system is exhausted and S York Refused to' Be Closed j A Favorite Spot In a Favored S h207.28s

I of resistance Tits -valilng" of the! Fifth A\'!!'DUII Secton-The Famous East Commission Merchants ,
your powers weakened. X
hotel lo New York lasted all day the Coast of Florida.

Take Scott's Emulsion I ether day ILo hotel wan officially
0
.yam I clostnl! on a Saturday at nildulght. by ALL FI.OKIDA
Washington
It builds up and strengthens your entire system. Louis Sclbold.! prvRldent of the men ON THE BEAUTIFUL INDIAN RIVER

0 COrDl'r." It wile not until I o'clock the I { VEGETABLES.

It contains Cod Liver Oil and Hypophosphites so next morning that even! tlt4 'auieners" The town of Tltusvtll I.1a situated on SRW 1OHK OUR SPECIALTY

C prepared that it is easy to take and easy to digest. would! leave the building; Then they the Florida Rait Coast Railway, ltd

0 marched out singing "Auld IjtngSyne. miles couth .f Jackcon\ lle, 143 miles 1Y
ALL DRUGGISTS
i SOe. AND Oranges and
io north of Palm Beach and 212 n\Jle. Grapefruit Pineapples.

ooo ;ooooooot Even after the organization which north of Mla.ml The TttusTllle branch .
olwrqulc Haul deoertedthe -
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I building stud It should hire been

professional Oards. :Notice.NOnCK locked! up until the wrt't'kttrs me to the K..y.t Florida railroad( ut Cost, now RalVvray controlled Co.by. \ P. Ruhlman <$ Co. 7

tear It apart uo one could be found
19 HFRRBY OIK\ THAT SIX who would seal the door The also rune Into the torn'n-this being the
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NKW
I YORK
:ifltVashlnK >n M.
BO. M. ROBBIN'S.TTORs'EY h* after Wllaon was probulv lust ninny The Ul: Mreet. N, 1"
tViuni, Jud a of Ilivrard county, years ago! Murray (
for anal a(' a. lnilBl.irau ot the only time tbat the doors of the hotel I are several trains arriving ilartly fromJarkIKJnl1Ie
:Mara\ : : -------- -
: AND COUNSELOR KauteutMn. :Z thhiivlvr I and Sanford during the
were locked after It
"-" WALTER 8WKKNKY was opened was
AT-LAW, r during the draft! riots In 1SU1 Seated .

! la State and United State Application "The hotel refiiBes to be cloned! sold As the county neat of Brevardcoon- Oranges Pineapples
CU1] practice for Tax I)ee , Court. Managers DurlUiff) and \llus. and the! ty, It has a court house and a modern

{ most"' that they would do toward that Jail building with rarely over two. or t

Office at TITUSVILLE, FLA. I Under Section 8 of Chapter ..1\8.Laws of Florida' end was to bring out a couple of tbe three Inmates The ropulatlon Is over nnd Flo'ldo Fruits Our Specialty.We ,

NOTICE IS. ,.U RKHY EVEN THAT RU 1K old fashioned whet covered settees of 1,000. Illness Is no rare, that one, dqc'tor
purnitsser of tax certlrtcai No, .
L. QAULDEN, ", doled' the Sri, day of July. A. U., the office and with them Imr the dool'tt.aut In town 11\111a ample tlms to art a'' .tlprtl""nt| several" of I lie laigpatalnppers. In your Mtate, and wish to represeayouaUo. :d
i 1IIIlI.! baa flied said I wrllnoat In my ifttne, and '
has made aii| .:lluatlnit: for tax dead l toliwue In accordanoe these slight barriers furnished no Justice of the Peace and l Notur ro (live lisa trial shipment. ., KalabllslieJ SO gears
TTORS-EY-A: -LAW, will law 14.10| certllicat. enihrHi-ea obstacles to the crowds of curious lie, besides attending; to IIIv
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the following ilmrrlhed |property| aituated ".11_ who gathered nbout the
historic old
Conrtt of yard ,Florlds. while the other tine: --
rill pnotloc In all the the State county toes It: practice, in -
) United States OourU.O Begin m test K of. "w comer of lot 10, run K hotel and wished to take another look .
Florida, and the 4fl rt, N '. Hoi,238 TITUSVILUD, FLA.J N audio, Hlk lltuivllle, Sue.: 3, Tp.'A, 8. R M Around lltusvllle are a number '
Ita-t. The lobby'"" was thronRrd all day long '
The said.land I Iwlnir a.iM-.... WEBB I."a"oo..r such ifrtltliate lu tile name uf. farm tk tkHEYR
Smith, Lvon, 1'1,101..ul..a aald cortlltiatealiall had ut t times teen giients of the hotel
I lie reIOtu..ed, acmnllni tu law tax ilmni come to take a lust look about the Here It virtually' the head of the la :
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW will ww, Imue thereon on the 'Ul day 01 Jcue. A.i>., structure. ; dlan River, and lies favorite point fur I 1

Will practice in the Courts of the 7th W Hnm my ..\111,101 nature and seal this the The meiip attending the closing of fitting out and starling of numerous i
22'1' day orla>', A. I)., 1I1f..w. .
for non-residents
Insult Taxes paid (<'t. "t. Heal) A. A. STEWART, the hotel will Ihe long In tile memory ; crutsJng parties during our balmy wInter
id rent and accounts collected. .'lark Circuit Court, llrevard county, Florida of those presentVheu the wen who ', months: as ertblng! nerosMry. to BALTIMORE IV1D.

IFUsVILLa, FLORIDA.. .'A Ity (I. A.BTKWAKT I). C. have .been ncuistomed to melts almost | oomfortably equip a plra&tire yacht, -
-- -------- COMMISSION FRUIT & PRODUCERELIABLE
dally visits there for many yearn Dual can here be obtained at tae moat re*. 1

TEP1IKV K. FOSTER, Notice of Publication. ly realized tbat the end had corn the t sonible prices This 1 Is evidenced by PROMPT, UNSURPASSED FACILITIES t s

question uppermost, In their minds was I
I the fact that the same parties have
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WM. HEYSER PRATT ST. WHARF DALTO. MD.
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW TUB riR<'HT Or TUB BEV.eulli where to go. I been coming here annually for many] ,
IN N'lo
Jiiflirlal Circuit la. tn and lor Tbo question was naked over andover -
Jyal-Upclmrch Building In. i ItrevarU County. ; winters! for that purpose, 'In piefervnce4to
again, and there seemed to be no
J. E. McDowell ) Pnforceinent of Lien. ; any other point along the Beat
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. n. ( Onivr of fnlilioation answer. When Wrly lu the morningthe Coast
r- Rohert'tdwerdDaniel! Jacainnt Robert ...d. large throng Bled out. still singing I
El1.LS Ribbon
# ward" Daulel. I To the southeast of Tltiisvllle 4s the : :
81KWAKT "Auld Lang S/ue, ninny felt though
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To Robert Edward Daniel Defendant In the wide B-weep of nIt water bay (about
abovecaueei .. they: bad been turn.'djta'ay from their ,
FIRE INSURANCE. real home six:: miles In width), formed by the waters -
It appearing by affidavit filed In this clues
that your whereabouts la not known and that' All the crowd sang some of tbe lights of the famous Indian River Here. '
Represent only strong and reliable yon are over twenty Doe age, etc. THE BEER OF QUALITY.
Now, therefore, it us :' "r.dr that you enter I were dimmed to mark that the hotel's flshlng wild duck shooting, sailing
companies. your appearance to the bill fled' In the strove career was priding end rowing can tie Indulged! In to the

Office corner Palm and Pine Streets. above oaum Court airlnat at you litui'llle'; In the, Clerk florlda I a ,nllloe on or of before the hearts content 9f the moat fastidious nest Tonlo for tho Sick

the and lay of Aiifni. A?1) 10.. Unlem you potUman
TITUWLLK, FLORIDA. defend dame, the Kill of Complaint will |. taken PLAN TO BUILD NEW ALPS. 1
... oonfetwed bjr you, and the cause will On the ocean beach, n..r11111 a dl. BLUE 1UUI10S\ HKKKl CINCINNATI riUNRU 1JKKIUJ

TARRY O. UTLEY: proceed It I. dlrect.e.1|'..rte! that. thla order lie puMlaheil Miniature Switzerland to Be Ccnatructed rent. line east of TltusvlUs r. Canaveral :2 dozen . .,. . . $1: (fill : dozen..12: 00I

the EAST i )AT AmocATR, a weekly) newapa of Cement I Club, surrounded by over 10.000I ( /ft docen . . . . . 0 ((10 dozen\ . . . . . 60

... e r per lorld publlahud.., once a at week nmiavtlle for ,eight HruvarJ oonvenotlveweek county. A young Alsatian engineer M. Welsa < U owned( 10 dozen . . . . . U: (00) K tJ dozen '.' . . . . . 0.00 .p t"

PHYSICIAN:! 4 SURGEON. *. with M little delay aa may lie) that a. IIRJCBU tbat an artificial range of I by some of the most prominent and F. O. II. Jacksonville, Kla, Bottler} at the Brewery.I'AIWT '
lie
copy looted at the ( ourt IIOUM door of H retard 1
county wltnlu twenty day from tale Sat.. mountains should be built some fifteenmile ,I wealthy residents of Dosron who come 1

TiTusviLts, FLORIDA.. above Done court aim,ordered at Tltunrille at the, Florida
day of Ma".Ol\lIIIII. A. A. STEWART Franco The cool, refreshing, health-giving, Sold I barrets -10Ve
: I I drink of the snsson. Alcoholic strength lea! I per cent only In ,
[IU B.] Clerk Circuit Court llrevard Co: ./laden breezes wafted from Y YA
K) .,. Welib According' to tbe scheme! which he OEone across dozen 911.00 .
for
Att'y Uuiuplalnant pints,
T GENERAL DIRECTORY. 8111 explained be would create a sort of I I the Atlantic Ocean and the broad bay ______

miniature Switzerland within easy I are one of the most enjoyable features complete stock of Imported aod domestic wines. Floe Clarets from $1 1.00

U.a. BEXATOR3.! blasters Sale. reach of the French capital by takingS of this phenomenal location I to $1.M) per gallon, In bottles AOots.( to 91.2A: ,

P. rtiiaferro..,.....R...... ...JacksonvilleB.Mallory strip of territory a mile wide by Ore I There Is a, large area (If primeval
,.. .......... ., ... ,.... ..lenaaoola.U. : relies In length and building; an artificial forest and prairie land beyond the I r
VIRTUE OF A. FINAL HULKVII18KIKH, *:J.(M)() to 90.00 1'KIl GALLON,
B. CONGRESSMEN.: UN decree lu Y..r.r.... and pale, leaned out I range of mountains of from 3000 northern southern and western boun ,' .

nil Clark,..., .t.. .. ... .,.y.keCity. 'of the Circuit Court for the "Seventh JBtllelal to 5.000 feet 1 lu height I the advent .

M.5p.rhmat:b,|Lamar,I.':::...:::::::::::. ::. 'Montloelo., .Tampa.u : County Iroult, Florida of, In Florida a"cause In therein and for depending Hrvvaril, It would he assents, be quite possl-1 I, darles of of the Tltusrilla.thrifty settler jtwaltlng to'till) the The following have express charges added to price of goods

wherein the Indian River I Slate Bank, a corporation : bio to build them mountains from huge ItrookIlotiled . . ,1 00 KINK J ULKNDRD: WIliaKIKS. -
U. B. LANO OFFICE. nmler the laws of Florida, la complainant i I fertile Boll, which now abounds in 4 quests !bunny:

Iid 8.. riinhh.......... .,..............ReKl u>r. and Ida M Hector Jonathan li. Terry, blocks of cement! which would be cast game Here can be found quail snipe U: It 1MIO( Paul| Jones, 41)IIarta. . . $1 00
,field
  • lmee, Outlier, on tbe allot| landscape gardeners'J JI In U,>nd.; ,
    Ufllcea at Oameavllle,' 'i j.j.i.ReoeIYer.;: for the one and beneltt of the Hrerard ('ollnr, would turkey 'and deer hunting to suit the 4M I.elsfW, 4qurlb| . . 500IS '
    State tank j loaa! M. Appel, Mark H. Bchaul I nrrnnce valleys and prerlptcrs 4 EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. Chaa' Apt i>l and H O. A.lal| partner*, trading Ktren...is would be artificially divertedand roost ardent huntsman. .. MHonied . : (MJ II rperi< {quarts .t.00

    poliwn H. Bmward......_ .. ,... .. ..Goy..,nor. aa Appel A-JHchaul | the C.! B: Rogers| Co, a cor canned to fall In cascades Cogwheel I Tltu vil!. tas l shelled! streets, eloc In llond.( Cascade Tennrsaee, 4 quarts . 5 00 e

    C V|,,jr Knott Crawford: .. .:;...,....Buftretary.:: .... ,,Treasurer.of State, henry Leonard I IliiKri, I i.'artnera't Iniimao, John adlng A.aa Buiilli InnmanHmlth and, ,' rnllways would carry the visitor tide lights a reliable bank a mammoth 4 quart Ouukeohelmeria . A ()WI ilium's Monogram, 4 <]ts. blend or
    I'J H Elite I Jt
    00cCroom..Comptroller.'B. Mi-Lin' ,....i.::: .CommieelonerAgricculture.::: : : ; ; r :: and. Kuder Louis Ottenwaer Ottenanaer partner Otto, Fritz tradlnic. and aa Richard Oloer He up estimates the scheme looking lIIaeel'l men, several fine brick block, and 4 Government Monorlsf Bottling. . 4 (Ml 4 qU'Ul"' . . . . . 4 20 e

    M lluliowaji.. .,8upt. hulillo Inntructlon. Fritz. partner, t null MIT aa Frlta llrotheraj $23000000::: providing labor for 20.000 every store In them occupied by up- I quarta" tarings M ** JI . II (X)
    Clifford K, totter, (1.! H. Ailuuead aa eXlIOllu.rnfthee.tet of John :
    ,''inHradford : :: ,'. : .'.:'.AdJiitnWlenonil Surveyur-Oeneral:: I: (Clark HiMvawd, etc scalar partner of the late workmen for ten years, and that It I to-date merchants; a Hoard of Trade Also Bottled In Bond !IIum'I Sylvan: Olenr 4 quarts 3 20 i !

    'It"**,,..... ....... ........'. State Ch..mlt. arm of John Clark San gc Co Wllilam I the ConsolidatedClrooeryCo.a 8. Wluht. would be of national utility five white churches large nnherles, ', 4 Fives Hermitage . . . ,3(4)( ) Hlum's Mylvsn Olen, 0 quarts 4 BO ; I
    nest Am corporation
    Ottioei w etTallabeesee.,state Florida."' Examiner., manandJ; <*. O Jirfmoplier: ,|are delendanta, I will Swine scenery almost at the a tanning extract and palmetto fiber Old Ooods and llottlcd( In Bond Blunts ",IUD Olen, quarts. 0 40(

    Birr HEM sell at nulillnaale. In front of the Court hones Turin Moreover, It would form PlaCInIe/ factory an ice ta\.tol'1'\ law> and real Pure North (:arolius. White IJorn ,. 800 Ilium's Syl van Glen, U quarts 0 (JOa
    I B COURT JUDGES. ttoueedonr at Tltunvllle, Florida liotweeu the of summer In / Black and hire Coro. 4 quart.. :.1 (I K(> Hherldao ( tub 4 75 r'
    legal hour of ante', to the blgueat and best bidder pleasure resort offices house well.organ'zed
    Dl
    estate a
    I vlilon' A.imaaM ) an opera ,
    for cash on theFIRST thousands of people would Harvest' (Corn 4 quarts? 8 M hherldao. Club, 0 quarts . t 91 0//)
    I James ghafhleford K. .... ..... Chief Jnatlo '" band shooting club, large Laurel Valley Corn, 4 quirts 360 Hherldao Club, 1J: quarts. . 800)(
    Whlinald Ruben 8 Cookrell MONDAY JULY A. 11.1001, try bounes to enjoy the air of the artificial and comfortable hotels, besides a /
    Division R. the Same being( the nth day of said I month mouotilnsywblle being able to
    '*J.Tplt' < ... .'..PreaMlnB.tustle, and a legal alee day, the following denorilwd go number" of boarding house* tn various 3D Send for our Price List l GEE i
    Illiaio; A.H.k;; j., Cbaa B. I'arkhlllFLORinA real ....t..M all uat..d In the county of Hrevard Into. tbe city to btiilneHS every day parts of the town
    and State of Florida or ao much thereof aa will '
    LEGISLATURE autlary said decree and mtete, ",,"wit: A"DINNER. The facts u presented should b4ve
    Coinmnncliifi margin of Inillan I Riverts LIVE DUCKS AT diaries Blum & Co.
    !i H.JOOM;, Tltuav'llle: i : :::.Repreeeotattve.; : the Houthnaat corner of lot: N". 1, In hlnek 24 u a tendency to direct the attention .of
    shown on a plat of the town of Melbourne, and many prospective visitors to our cosy ,
    CIRCUIT COURT. now on ale lu the oaireof the (lerk of the CIr: Swam In Improvised Lake en Table at :
    ."" colt Court of Krevard County, Florida, and town, In making their plans for tb-
    jnJ'"VlTltnTlllei! .... ..CircuitJudtrk.a,2" : a Birthday Celebration
    c "r i'lo......rroaecutlna, Attorney. thence Went on the. Hmith line of Mid lot tn the winter.
    :"5Term-Fourth Tuesday in March. Southwest corner of Mid 'lot thence Nortb I Fifteen lies ducks were the guestsof Long Distance Telephone 188. s
    all of aald I lot twenty-eight, We have a fine Masonic Hall In
    rBrm-Fourth along the' Went line
    Tuesday in October.COUNTY dinner .
    honor at a private) party recently
    thence Kant parallel with the South Bite of aald
    Tttusvllle.where Indian River Lodge

    a. *'*""". Superintendent SCHOOL HOARD... .... .Tltu,.ville. I along lot to tbe margin marrinef of laid. said river to Indian lie: point III ver uf.thence beirln. her son given Alfred In a B.New Jlode.York to celebrate hotel! by Mo. 90, F.&A.M.. Indlan'Rlwr Chap 617-519 i ,, ,W. Day St. eTa.oJ.J:: onxrlllo: :Da7lci.r .
    nine"with alao all the
    ""hen.' :Cocoa t B. Arnold, M labar| O, 8. Singleton rights mentioned riparian In(a deed dated tile 4ib riparian day of the birthday of Mrs. Edward llode. the ter, Royal Arch Masons, Frl.nd.hlpCbaptM' .- -
    i A. J. Carter, Turubull. August.'15' "?. and recorded In Hook "1,"on |I'ages wife of a lithographer of New York No. 11. Order of Eastern Star:
    COUNTY COMHISSIONEKS. Wand 2MI of Mrevard County Deed: lteo and Tlbusvllle Camp No. 141 Woodmen
    x 4. iinklinlf' Chairman, Tillman J. M. JOHN HENRY city.Covers THE >S. ZAPF: CO.
    ban tlL.liU""J,6'' J"hn Jt. Mlot. InJlauolai Hueclal I H..trr were laid for thirty relatives of the World, and Indian River .

    : ,City Point{ TJ. Lucluhatt, L.. Bank.. J. Webb, Attorney for Indian River 4J Hiale* end near friends around a miniature Lodge No 103. Ku4chts' of Pythias 3"ao1 sc vJ.11o :Y1c' rldza. e

    1 Ikaular' aeatlom ar| held lint Monday eaeb -- lake which Oiled tbe center! of the meet regularly. -- ,

    roth.BREVARD COUNTY OFFICERS. table, and the ducks In pride and glory Also a !city telegraph ofllce and express The best known and largest liquor house
    Double Cane- sailed tbe surface of the water .
    about on delivery; a carriage and wagon
    foa'D.TVuuV'n.v"rSSsSfc, : i occnslonilly punctuating tile course in the State
    Scat Cottage bop, and a tin and sheet Iron ahop

    ". HAiI. T/tusvills': ::".1..::. .:...:..,...:.Taa: o "JasisH I :. Chair with loud remarks. The East Coast Advocate la published These price I collide express charges Tbes prices do not Include express

    S.HeniwTT"v"lel: I. II .. .Ta lleotor. Flower floated on tbe bosom of the every Friday morning, and by a _____ chBrgeit. If you want us to prepay, add

    it. ?'.Ik"r.' 'rlt'lIYIII..:' l e,::.: : :;.:.. .. Treasurer.: take!, and .In the center a fountain glance through Us advertising columns 4 qts. Forest Lawn Ky*, . 3 ?A !M (f"Uos; 1 R.I., //llctl.lllllal j ., Toots. I

    0 rRmwn' rt.. SssfeSvS Saperintenitent.. 55cEneb threw up| a constant shower The effert .. you can easily see who ace the prominent II" .. .. It . goo :JgsUWcU.4| 1r"le.l 1W.( ....
    wm realistically beautiful, and the -
    i. n.: :. TIW.vi11.RegI.tntlooOmcerTITUsvtLLI | :: ; merchants of our town-men iron 4 IleecblandRe . *>'73
    complete self possession of the feathered Kstra foliar Itye. .I'er Ual. 'l.fiO
    1 : TOWN POUNCIL.' resident of the Improvised pond are up-to-date citizens, and wbo era U It se . 8.011 Excelsior (H.ve. .:: :. I' 45 1:7:
    ICR
    eta wilnon m.oriv.J. N. Waller inarabalihSi caused much merrimentNew asking for your patronage. Road the 4 .. UlenMlyM ?.. ,. . 3.:10!< Hedman Kye. . It Is '...COa
    r. \!'; ; | : clerk and tnta.I V ads. on carefully. Rastland: Kye . . e to 2.23
    l. irln henry u easeseor O. A. Stewart, every page very 1:1": u . . . 0.(XI
    D. I. "rlthar, It..J, Hail aDd F. E Ration For the Army. Sampiecopie. of the Advocate will\ 4 Jim DncknerRy., . 4 on Maryland Monogram/ .. 2 : .no\

    e.-.."',,In. each aobtAThe: eunuch meets Dn' President Roosevelt baa approved the be tent, free, to any ,part of the Unlted 1:1": It ,. . lOO) (tae Valley . _. "" It" :3.00 .
    R 4 .4 Woodford County 4 60 Kc-bo Spring! .. 3.60
    TITl'SVILLrr BOARD OFjTRADI. Y order orovldlnz! a new ration for tbe States anon application. 1:1: fir ,. : : : : 10 50 I. W. Harper . :: "t SCO ,

    IM., tl il"1 President) J. M. IMxoa, treaa. array, and It will be Issued to the The Sterling Hotel 1a practically. 4 Itnae Valley . . BJXJ Holaoe . . . 41)0) 1
    bight secretary. Meet*Moond Wed- service In a few days, to take effect on Dew, having keen ntkely re-built 111 It It. . UOO: Bllk Velvet . . . .5 A.00
    "
    In each month at their room. S May 1, Tbe new ration order .min. many more rooms added dialog room 4 :' Echo taring. . . e,0, Mall Whiskey . :: :"I: \ 3,CO4.JO

    lJ' crease tale cost of subsisting each! man enlarged, piazza* erected and all mat 4 I. W. Ilarj.er I ? . BUO cap to ,
    6O YEARS'EXPERIENCE In tbe army from 23V4 to 25: cents a ern convenience' Installed and hasbeen 4 It Live Oak . ... 6,1ICI) Georgia I Corn . . :. ,': 1m +
    R day. Tbe principal change 1. In tbe 4 It Le.I.'OIS.($ . . .r AGO Tenneaaee Coin. :I.tlO )
    completely refurnished, AOWMOmodatlona N. O. Corn . . . _.raCae
    o garrison ration to which are addedbatter 4 II HunterCanaillanClub. . . IUJI) : : i
    are of the beet, 4 e. . . U\ (jo Htone Mountain ." ,I. : : ::1.0
    N milk apices, flavoring extracts. Tire Tltusfllle Livery Stable baa a 4 .. llBdlnbond" AW Tom 010. . . 1,All
    r
    G lard and baking powder, all of which ,fine Jot of fcorse( and rigs, and payi 4 :: J. E. Pepper.bllttlCHIln bond A.00 Hollaad Gin :: :: 1.60
    luiurle hilt heretofore! enjoyed by acx>
    I are special attention to the tourist and thepoTtwnan. 4 Duffy's Malt 4.(HI) jupto'
    Golden oak finish. let us I tbe American soldier. The new ration 4 American Malt: : : : : : : : : 5 oO New England Rum It 175

    tell yeu how to get at Jbandaome will be tbe equal In quality and nutritive 4 Laurel Valley Corn? 3.60 up to 2.0(
    TftAOC MAsaaoCSIGN. rocker free. Bend fur I value to that of any rtay U The Tlttrtvllle Ofded High School 4 .. tone Mountain Corn 4 00 Cognac, reach, Applet
    Ulostiated catalogue. U. world.Twe. t tu an efficient corps of teachers, all 4 OophfrOloToDlo 4.W( Apricot, Blackberry and I v

    A","lt ljenerndingeekNrCOPYNS.SrTS. &n I of whom bold first-grade tenebers! certificates 4 Devil's\ IsUod Gin? . 4.00 Banana llrandiea. ... . .. to. ISO(

    ..",,:'" .0 II ,.h, Moe: :::: Florida Choir FactorlACNSo1WILL6'fLoRIA4 I Eggs 'Inside an Egg. and baa a school term of 4 GIn Thosubate, . B.OO ep to II. 3.00
    Tort Catawba,
    ot emeaet.l.k? > Mietrr,
    ,
    ,. .d..t nel i' .wn oa7osenP".Weur a, .,.= I Mrs. J. M Cbsney Of Independence, eight month. Here. the children are Doo't Overlook. "b!!'*. Goods are Blackberry VVIoes. . II.. 1.00

    w'wtka 16&kho.t.caan. "e mla U.nA ltA ..score I Kan. found /n unusually large egg In given Instruction and prepared for col. Bottled at the I>lellll.r)'. up toe to 2,00 ti

    Weniiiic K.- Do yon want to boy some pineapple i her henhouse recently. It was opened! 3ege courses, under good moral conditions Ttitcnli Kudwelaor Plote 10 dog per cask 912 Or*

    flmerican. land In St Lucle and Dade I and found to contain another perfectly and associations. 1 I11lCllhC -JJUbLII I.... than cask per dOl. . 1 tiC)

    :triune.: ',m.-.t .""'. Vacuum MeU counties t I have some to disposeof I developed egg! shell and all, floating The Palmburtt Is another hotel opened T> Export Dlue Label 10 dox. per cask. . H. 50( '
    10rtn, -\4.\ OWemesdaaluwr.. at a sacrifice. I nave nq> time : Inside. Inside tbe second egg was still In Tltnsvllle. It Is nicely located near 1> E! E 1b S 'e a Less than csak, per do* . . 1 00

    4N : : to look after it. Addrew.thaa. I a third one very email and only partly] the F. E. C. By. station, and Is fit let! _' '
    &Co -- WRITE FOR PRICE LIST
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    ; q r """ ;" : H. Walton, TltusvUle, Fla.C developed. .*" with every convenience. i ,



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    ( HAST OOAOT ADVOCATE. TTUaVILL.E.! FLA MAY {.1908. I

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    JAIIII PBnc ABII. President F, S. :BATTIK:. v\c _
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    I BAST COAST ADVOCATE FLORIDA'S RESOURCES. OFFICIAL RETURNS R. W. UAILE, Assistant Cashier. *


    ....aLI' jeeaAL DS"ItD. i TG r.. D.".'" Few people' In the North have

    or..II"wo1T.A.DeNOAVakNAraa0r10as.PVBLIYL4l 01' Tae '''DI.. alVaI'. LU. much of an idea of the posibilitie! BREVARD COUNTY DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK

    of Florida. The, have seen a few ,
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    ...J, VARY FBIDAT.Bntered five-inch advertisements of the COUNTY DEPOSITORY.Authorized .

    railroads advertising; tourist rate
    capital, $1\\QL ,coo
    at tb. Pontoflloe at TlttiavllU. Florida, to the "Land' of Sunshine and Paid up capital .
    TUESDAY : ,
    HELD MAY 19 1908.
    M ,lIe ond-cl..... matter. Flowers" during the early month Thc Average deposits, $25.OOQ
    --------------- of fall and winter, and have an $200.000

    CIABLBSH. WALTOM,Kdltor A Proprietor Idea that it is a place where only =
    Member of the florid IY M Anoclitlnn. the wealthy can go to have a good ------- ;- DI.N' : L of Transacts a General Banking ;
    c:
    ; .. I 1'/-1'-
    \ time and the pleasures ot; I. = .d .+ I /
    1iAlarwl4lnw... .. 8111e.|, Composing Room enjoy =
    weather winter CANUIDATEK, : j =. 'E ;; Business
    summer says an .. ;;
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    heading( notice. In local) column font page exchange. ? = Q ., .'I I
    10 rent a one F U G'. 1J n I G+ n w UH Urges and Oldest Bank on the RIm
    Ita.... for dle3|il*7 advertising made known on They are not aware of the tact ?
    ap'Ilo.tlon: that besides being possessed of the U. 1'4. I-Il'nlltor- \ ( Exchange bought and sold' "n all F"
    Au a r .pm>.rmnre of ailrartlMiuii, luilms otli ,rwl.o best all the year climate In the John H. Beard . : 1 1 4 1. I Countries.
    stipulated: In oontrsc't. r rtles not known ton that N. n. liroward, . (1 47 )6 61U: II 19 n 111 U 18 3 4207Innean ) I'etron.geapprerlated."" .
    for la ad- land there are places Prompt rvir.,
    Ilibrequired. to par advertlHlng many U. F9etcher 4 2'i!' 7 7 6 II 1 fl 2.:/. I :3 Ii 84 treatment,an every favor comlM-m ,,'j/,>r' "',
    vanoaUlsKmtlmu.ni* of ads. most mad.pr-, are naturally beautiful ; that the William H. Lamar .. 21J 4 1l: 1 5 1 1 .. 9 6 1 82 erv.rne banking granted ?*
    sonally at this office or by writing state Is dotted with the tqoat charmIng Representative III OonA'rl'lOlI- CORRESPONDENTS.

    inland/ lakes., where excellent I Frank Clark. .17 74 21 &I 3610 811111 42;; 8 7300) Empire Ttn't Cnmu.n'1.42 Br.,, w',
    Anvw' New York. N: V
    The FAJT COAST *
    orelgtiuontr fish abound In large quantities l'rl'.ldl'ntial Elt'.tol'll- The Atlanta atlnnal Hunk nt ,,
    Jack
    naminlxinniitlm I TfkiM 1; 'ee ; /5 46 23 18 11 11 16 8'10 I I.
    fgoupnr annum Bul>:.crf|>tl<>n: In-.rlubly, / In the H. J'. Itailey. 30 2 S 718 Jack-onvll) KlaMotor I .
    fcdrauoe.Kfln. and that Florida has some of P. W. III1t1t'l'. . 4 42 IIJ 20 111 0 I 4 '8 Il: II \\I II oHm ,L11rI LidrTI4ZJr: I
    most fascinating rivers In the country Robert E. l1avl . 8' r.oJ!i1 32 22 0) r. 12 17 1\ lUI\ 722:1norlte : LA.
    writing I t i the ADVOOATK for Informatloitof worth the time of any oue who I.. 1.apptngton.' 2 81 )15 26 12 0 5 7 10 3 0 I 0 I 1133 --- '
    any kind. the writer, will olliice by ..o.losing Ht'orK" 6)). )ll\rlln. 0 I 37 211 22 13 0 I 5 \\I 17 r. II 0 61t17I"lImllt'l
    for the beautiful
    has
    / a atainpel Imesed 811\111'1'0.' an eye to pay 1'8Kc . '8 :J7 )8 ::13 JS: 6 1\ 8 11 6! 16 4 7164n. :Boat Supplies.
    a visit to and enjoy nature's picturesque J.trozll'r.! . 2 13 4 I 0 I D) 2 4 6 4 4 4 1 02Memher. :
    Ch..eklll'ool..ltneOrtlo",Ete; .,ahmil" he made charms. '
    liNn Nat COIJI.-
    WALIOW, > ,rlelo .
    psr.bl.WUMANLaait | roj! But besides all these, the varied 'J'. Albert Jennings. . 8 21'1 11 27 It 1:1: 4 4 fJ 0 I 1ft fI 0117 1\I.Ia11: Order :E3o'U.se.

    Address all oommonlo..tl na to soils of Florida will produce all the WIlliam H. alt\nnings. . lU t4 16 ::14 19 7 a 9 10 3 10 f 2177
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    EAST: GOAT AIJVOTATKTlTUiVILLB. FLOmi. ". vegetable products to be fount Dale J. E.to Nat Alexander Jt'ri\ Conv-. '..argp. . 7 12 11 31 n iii 1\ fiI 11 0 14 1\ 7183Balin EVERYTHING For your boat and enllll1&.at liberal discounts from Litt

    -----= anywhere, and give them forth ate O. Bowden . 1 23 11 13 I(1 2 2 3 0 I 6 3 1\ 4 88 Pricps The TRADE supplied BIOHT. h"ftlnlt'rOo I
    profit to the husbandmen, Corn, lIas: M. Brown . 4 28 )7 18!! II II 4, 1\ 11 0(I 8 1\ 131 pellers, Batteries both Kdlson and Dry. Timer,, park
    r' of Colin, Spark Plugs, Caiburetors Brass and
    17. 8. Department Agriculture oats beans lemons J. Hall BruIDst')' ... :i 18 10 1 7 2 4 :1 7 3 3 Ii 181A. Pipe Fittings Deck Fittings. Jitterng .-
    cotton Gear Boat illders'
    potatoes, Supplies
    Weather 1'lIreau-Juplter, Fla. O. Clpwili. . 8 12 4 II 101 2 2. 3. 2 1 :i ;
    oranges, grapefruit pineap 1'8ton.; fI 31 10 I 101 7 4 ;1 7 fI 1 2 1 4 D6! I BOAT BUILDERS AND FISH COMPANIES given !
    : 1\ The following ;a ;comparative. statement pies, peaches grapes, Ogs, and Dhliarbe . . . I 10 3 4 7 3 1 1 1\ 1 1. I 38 ; special discounts
    of temperature and rainfall for the everything for man and beast I I. A. J. P. Julian . 1 7 /} (I 7 2 2 3 2 1 4 40 Now Hr'Cl.lXXB.OX lXl.O
    DEI3l3.g
    week ending Tuesday, Stay' 20,1DON.DUB : ,. with profit. Cattle, sheeand A. t H. Venn . . . :1 21' ::1 11 6 .0 3 4 tI 3 l\ I S 71JIll. \ >9
    : -, -1007- grown larv l>hllllpll. . 1 2 1 4 I arranged to my nrrelflcailous with WATER JACKET : extra sized
    DATE. MAX, MIN. MAX:, MIl(. hogs are produced for home Frank W.ey.W. . . U f I 14 Il .3 1 ] 7 2 8. 1 2 Sf} Make and Break Ignition U l'elfeolloD for Hah lJIIADi Discount allowed pump aDd
    20 91 VI 8(1( (I) consumption and shipment to mar. 1. JI. ,. . 2fJ 111\ 6 .2 2 1 3 1\ 1 3 /;11H .
    21 87 08 811 i 70: kets outside her borders, and whenwe 11. ""eeekleford.. . Jit 1Ji: II 4 3i. 0 I 11M Lamb Ep.g1.n..os: :
    + ( SJsi' 88 77 .Hj 75 realize that all these industries 1<'. H. fotonl'man; . . 13 4 8 4 2 .1 3 1 4 I 42 '
    87 77 81 73 brie to Nat COllv-2 CongfletE Jump Spark are Ideal for Pleasure Craft.

    21 80 77 [83 74 are carried' on at the present time W. Bond . . 48 J1 20 14 7 4 4 8 4 II 2 0141
    25 81 7t 89! 74 with profit, in spite of the high 'l'.H.lIul". .. . .3 31: 10 17 11 I 0 II tl JI( 1 0 2 4126 SAVE! MONEY By writing for prices before sending away I save ton
    Give
    29 83 07 85 It I rafs for shipment, we are forces I'llt Jurphy. . . .'. 16 13 ,8 4 1\ 3 3 II r. 7 2 2 78 from money Fernandlna me your trade. I have sold !gush!
    to Miami.
    Total rain fall for the-week .:U Incbes to in Many localities, It would Frank 0 Sebring .1 '2i: 8)2 7 4 4, 7 (1 I 4 Ii 5 1 89J !
    bepalturetromnormal rainfall for the pay II. Vlek . . If I 7 \\I 4 1 1 '1 2 '3 1 1 62
    bo well bear In mind that theRe "W. O.
    to JTNTTriTTmvry JENSEN, FLA.
    ( week: i minus .PI Incites. Departurefrom Govl'rnor- .8
    normal rainfall .In, e Jaauay I, industries of Florida are yet In Jefferson D. Hro.wne. . 1) 3 2 :3 I I a 1 2 1 7 4 :H 40

    1' minus (I.01 Inches. their Infancy. Albl'rt W. GUchrllit :31)) 8 16 20 14 4 II 2 1 14 7 21211 Grape r"-1:1.: 1; au4I: Orange Trees.
    1IAI IIiKDiif, Official In charge. There are many things that conl< John N. O. Stockton . 21 67 J7 (15 I 33 r.8 (11710,12 1 ru7: -
    be mentioned trot Secretary of HtateII. We have over 200,000 of BEST LlTY' that can be' with
    here produced
    to bring; Clay Crawford J8 77 l7: M 28 If' II 12 20 .8 26 6 101312 skilled labor, and our experience of :20 .
    A uw'ot fair Chicago these facts before the people who over years
    twenty OeneralW.
    Attorney '
    '
    We bud pilnclpjilly -on SOUR ORANGE bl OCK but
    ana propose to start an "AJaoiless are in search of opportunity to bet. ii. Ellis . . 3 22 SI 1/\/ \\I 0 4 I t; 8 0 I 10 1\ 41J07, and some Oranges: cm. other stocks. can supply Grapefruit

    Eden" in Wyoming. It will be ter their condition in. this world Park 11. 'l'rarnltlell ,. ... 18 67 It! 46 23 7 7. G JO 4 It! 6 ;, volt TIII KRNKFIT OP OUR CUSTOMERS ALOW THE

    easy to start.FROST4in they should be sent out broadcast Comptrolll'r'l'homu J.-Apple-yard. . 2 12 7 \7 3 4 1\ I 5 2 r 3 2 GOA. INDIAN IttYKlt, we have established\ a BRANCH NURSERY NEAR FORT

    over the hnd. Advertising will do O. Croom . : . 10 77 .21 M 3\1\ HI '1\\ 7 16 7 23 6 8! 294 Pierce, where we have 35,000() choice Grapefruit and Orange trees, budded on Sour

    California have -dam. It-let those who have the good to J. W. Knight . . U/ 1 ? 1 .3 J . .' 2 17 Stock-one and two year buds In floe oondltluti for planting
    'frt'8sllrt'r MtateW REMEMBER-that In ,buying trees here, you TAKK. NO RISK op nitivonoWHITK (
    deliver make it known. ( )-
    aged about CO per cent of the grow. V. Knott. . . )1) 76 .20 40 26 13 ,6 13 20 27 0 9293 FLY INTO YOUR OltOVB.
    ing prune crop, and it Is predicted For orange and vegetable growIng State: Slmpt. of Public III8t.- bend for new descriptive catalogue, with prices and full Information

    that prunes, mounting to the rank ,, the splendid hammock land Wm.I1.Holloway. . . )7 7829 M 3111 8 J.I 20 1)I 23 G 8316 (7r1'i1lllllr'/4( /" POl110nn NurMcrJc"" .
    close to Tltusville U hard to beat Commf"lont'r, of Agriculture
    of a luxury may cease to dally B. K l'Lln. . . 15 0\1\ 20 4:1: 20 13 7 U 18 tj 25 6 8276 Wholesale and Retail So. Office, MIAMI FLA,
    't adorn the boarding houso table. .
    4 For Hallroa.J Commissioner- -- --

    "Tin a strange idea but not abao. GILCHRIST APPRECIATES. Royal C. Dunn . . 10 lit 7 47 21 8 e( 4 10. 6 U 7213 DIA.LS13 Y''Ca..Atllintrle: 6-11.
    J lutely unbelievable .K. W. Irvine. . 12 II 1\ 11.1: 'I. . 121 31
    W. K. Jackson . . ... .. 4 11 11 10 6 1\ II 4 4 4 7 1 3 73 41 South For "'b Street.
    --- ------ To the People of Florida t Julius Salomon\ . .. . I 0 I 6 3 II 2 2. 2 1 1.,27

    l A Pimm woman wan killed I wish to express myhlfh appreciation Adjutant (General .
    "while heating, per directions on the to the people of Florida for the great vote 1. Clifford It, Foster . 12 6'7 27 4u 27 16 7 11 18 _Oro: 6 8278State Complete line of Engines, Boiler, SawMills
    Chemlst-A fhlngle and Stave] Machine,,
    t can, a varnish remover found to contain ti, p
    ; which they gave" mean the last primary. 11 E. Rose . . 11 7G 20 40 ,27 14 II 11 1T U 26I II 200 f Edgars, Planers, and all other wood
    I! five explosives sure to Ignite up I would not be true to them, or myself, Justice nf Supreme Court- r '
    its on coming I In contact with heat.This It I did not use every honorable effort to William A; Hocker) . 10 67 22 .J 22 11 Ii 0 10 7 19 1(11232( :\ working machinery and supplies rained
    .
    preparation, which ia widely Bold, secure an election l to the coming primary Thomas Shackleford. .. 8 61 20 40 17 13' G 1:1: 16 1 7 17 II 9237 : In stock at the .above address- which Ii

    I: is no more dangerous than other !State' Attorney !- and. has been our only place of busitxu

    .. compounds considerably used about June rl'lpectrullYllollolt)Utb.I the votes of peo State John henator C. Jones . . j 2:b 03 28 G3 35 16(\ 12 .13)I( II 2U 7 103j8; for more than a quarter of a century

    house-cleaning time. It would be pie of all stations, trades occupations, F. M. Hudson. . . . 20 27 12 b4 38 6 14 7 20 0 21 3 7 :/48/ Get the best, It will save you' money,

    !" worth while to look into sales ofdangerousexploeiveerecommendad business callings aud professions In life J. \V WatsonRepnsentatUe-. . . . .j 8U 18 19 l7: 17 G I fJ II 2 14 9 11.1.10: : ( d. .__ We I._can supply yon. Write catalogue

    "" I thank those who supported me. \I 140 7)0 67 2
    John Houston . 12 7 1 2' P 2 5103:\ I. I
    If, as household necessities. respect t.be.boDeat difference! of opinion, R. B. Stewart . . .,.", III 61 IT 04 7 JO 10 16 2' II 23 Iv 6272 .... ....J..J ..... ..................f. f

    r ----_ or the personal preference of those whosaw County JndA'n. ('- I ; I L .... ... :
    I 20 OU 28 50 3-1 10. 15 O 211 ---.ra:! (:OI1
    : reserve fit R AVllson{ . . . 8 13 U 1034\: ...
    THE: new forest bill Is be. to vote against me. I hope they Sheriff '
    I
    I lieved to meet the constitutional will change their opinions or preferences, J. P Brown . .', . 20110 211 71 45 18 )3 .15 2U )2 31 II 10402 LEADING
    objections raised by the house Judiciary and vote for rue 1 hope to )Je Governor Clerk of Circuit CourtA. -

    .' committee", and it authorizes for no other season than of being Governor A. "Stewart . . 2:1: U5 29 611) 46 17 11 16 )8 11 :12: 7 103/iiO I

    'l, OO.OOO for buying land In the to an honorable, manlywajr. County. II.Tax Hall AtweBitorW . -. . 24 102 28 73 .n 18 15 15 20 11 31 7 10401 i CANDIDATE I
    1 White Mountains and the Appa- I have the honor to be, Tax: Collector .

    i f lachaln. And New Hampshire's Very respectfully, Phllip11.Wright. . . 22104 .20 Ull 80 J7 9 It 18 9 21) 7 0380 I

    J great natural attractions rise once AI.HKHT 'Y'. QILCHKIST, CJolt of 1'ublieinet.-. .
    Candidate for Welker . . 20 1)8 26 71 36 19 0 H 20 ]O :i0 0 1036{ i FORUNITED (
    more in value. The great moun Governor of FloridaA .
    County surveyor
    tale parks will be paid for, ands J. O. 22 US) 27 GO 31; 17 R U 18 ,4)) 21 0 D ::138 P

    1,1. they will remain to Increase the County 1 reasiirerrU J y yf

    charm and beauty of the region .MS FATAL MISTAKE F. Hatch: . iaa 21 7l: 47 It 7 S i6 {1) 4 1 1241 t
    ' r well\ John II Sams . . 18I 'i'7 R 1:4: 18 8 (0\ 7 .8 3:10 10 "
    the .
    as save waters. .. 1 Oj21.j ...
    County Commissioner '> '. ':
    f ;
    : rl
    IIrttrict No.1. I STATES :'t1' I

    A COMMERCIAL convention between Is Often Made IlyPeople. tho""VhlC."lIt J. 3I: Osban . . . 30 . . . r. . . 36Ililllrl't | .M,,> ,\ ,, r

    ' Great Britain and the United J. n. Idiot No..2.. . . . 6.. ... ... 16 0 33. 8 71 = ";;.". I )
    States has been signed at the for It's a fatal mistake to neglect back. Iiet 1 rl't Nn. 3. I I !.

    eign olllce under which British aclio. t.. AI Conkling . . 38 19 9 14 . 80 SENATOR y (
    ; works of art will henceforth be admitted Backache Is tbe first symptom of \klJ' District No. 4. M 4t c ou

    Del Ills. "p. A. . . 1 61 . . .'. 62 ou
    ;, to the United States at one. Serious complications follow .1'. A. Robinon" .. . 273:/ -:. Y 1 . SO y Ili
    quarter less than the present duty.In Doan's Kidney)/ Tills will curd them Di.trtet No, 6. I

    return, American commercial promptly. T, J. On'kllhutt . . ) 12 . . . 3 3:1: DUNCAN FLETCHER 1
    I
    L travelers' samples will be admitted' I>on't delay until too late. 0.0, llnnsel. . 8 11 . . . . 8 33 I
    Until It becomes diabetes-Itrlgho's l\Il'lIIber\ hoard Public\ InctDietriet e
    r free at British ports. The reduction disease No. 1. i

    of the duty on works of art Head what this gentleman says: A.J.Cnrter . 23 6.J :. . . . \. 7 Dt Stands
    from Great Britain was secured Uapt.. D. W. Welsh keeper of the District No.2.J. s for These Principles : y

    under Section III. of the Wood County Infirmary, Parkersburfr, N. 'hftlkl'r . 21 35 . 10.) 4 70 Control of interstate<< Carriers b
    tariff present W. Va, says: "I had to go around try U. K. Singleton . . . 7 41'1 ? . 2\:\ 6 85Dietrlct A Commrree Commlcstoa.), by Interstate k
    act. In future the .
    I1 duty will Inn to evaiU i
    pain constantly, aware that No.3.
    Favor 4to
    be only 15 per cent.. a false step, jerk or twist would bring E. R .Arnold. 1S 15 L .1 8 82A Income Tax. t.r
    punishment and I was afraid to handle : 0.: Frink : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : n 7 S 2' 8 2 e.: : : : : 63 SUixi. for Tariff Revi.lon. and Benefit to 4
    1 anything for fear of a reminder In the Supervisor of U'Rhtratlon- Florida Farmer and Fruit Grower w n
    SHAKESPEARE: tells us that "Kind shape of twinge of pain. I trade at W. S. Xurwoo'[ . . 21 tit 20 62 28 15 6 13 17 8 I 2\1\) 7 10380Countp Duty on Egyptian CoUon. tv e
    ness in women, not their beauteous Dr. J. N. Murdoch'a drug store, on Third Member State Coin.Watle I Government Appropriation Y 1I
    looks, shall win my love," and this street and have something to get In the 1I. Joeee :, 19 S8 21l 6J: 29 16 l0 J2 10 E 24 8 I 0) an Inland Rivera and Waterway tot Harbor.. d 1t
    j'V' is as true as bhakegpeare'a. words drug Hi* every time I come la. It was pent "I'm Cong Committee-( OppotMMl
    <} there I learned about Doan a Kidney U. Jo' Duren? . . :U 8U 2i:, 62 20 13 7 13 16 6 2-1 7 I 98(18) to Tra t* and all Monopolies. I 1eto
    : ; usually are. Sometimes pretty girls Pills\ and I took a supply home with me M'l'lIItwrll Uttlll. Sen. Com1V .- Favorn Cnrrenoy Reform ,
    M. depend too much on the power of and used thorn. My wife uaed them, I,. llulthll'tt )8 62 ::28 6P 211 17 7 I() 18 12 20 6 ,8801 tobI
    I their good looks. They know that and my sister Mrs A. AmlckofNo. 11, M. Sautes" . 1\: O5 Iv ::16 lu U 3 9 li 1 28 6 1u241 I IIE4& t5tf ftFEEEE46fElrBt.E( IUNEiIEtIMF EftiEffE bIu
    045 Seventh street, used them ,
    they are fair to look upon and for They 1
    i'. cured the three of ns. I am here to the .
    get that other! things are alto need. city every low days and cau substantiate The official returns of the Primary Election held May 10th, will be found u
    fill. Mere feature beauty the remarks I have made." EAST COAST ADVOCATE 'OFFICEDOES 1 J JL
    rarely
    PRINTING
    In the above talulat >d form White a little more complete than our report
    if ever, holds fast the love which is For sale by all dealers. Price, 60) ots.
    ast wl't'k. th official returns' do effect the results shown last week's
    Foster-Mllbiira, Co not as by d
    given to it. We are apt to think ItulTalo Jt, V., sole
    ADVOC..TF. I.
    agents for the United states
    t that'a' fair outside mint go wlth'a Remember the name-Doaa's-and Our worthy sheriff, Mr. J.l'. Brown, as usual"- led the ticket, receiving! 402 ALL KINDS OF SOCIAL: AND COMMERCIAL PRINTING 4el

    t I' lovely character, and when *'e find take no other votes, being closely followed by our popular taxssessor, Mr. W. H. Hall, with elt
    that it is not In -
    so we turn displeasure
    401 votes, while our efficient clerk of the Circuit Court, Mr. A. A. Stewart, was
    from the fairest tape. But WRY, USE OLD STYLE BLOCKS, not far behind, with 380 votes to his (credit F. Campbell F. A.Prake U
    J.
    W. Crlffls\ K. F. Cr-T
    F.
    Smith 8.
    a sweet temper, a non-growler when you can buy the beat Self-Lock S. A. Osten,
    wish to help other. to be amiableand a log Tackle Blocks at nearly the same Among the (Olltl'stedllctts/ the State Senator fell to Hudson Representa. B. F. Beal, O. D. Provost'and D. SIC N Is bet.

    obliging] and .,above all kind. price. Now In use In tbe United tin to R. B. Stewart; County Treasurer to It F. Hatch For Members' of the For Justice of the Peace, the following were elected i B. R. Wilson I, K. Y
    Mates Army and Navy Departments, chool Board, all the old members elected W a
    are reported yens, H Cresson J. M. Sanders, W. R Roesrh O. E. 8fed llJ'
    sees will if.Brown
    never pall Mo
    us.
    upon Examine them at the ADTOOA.TX office.Tltusville. .
    White the County Coimnltwioners of Districts No 1 and 3 re-elect O. II. Nauman ti
    ,2 G.
    lasses always catches more tiles were F. Knsey, \V. C. Peterson. J. E. Reed and T. Chamber a1-4
    I than t'd I without opposition, In No. 4 W. A Ueaton defeifted T. A. Robinson, and InYo. A. B. Carter tied in district No. 10. 4i
    vinegar. It is
    an undisputed ft O. C Hansel and T. ;J. Cocksbutt i i
    tied. For Constables s J. N. Waller E.Kinniirf,
    ('act that a continual "growler"and P. W. Roberts, J. C.Gibert, N, 4
    back-blter has few friend FOR. ALL KINDS OF JOB PRIimNd The following were elected Members of tome County Democratic ExecutiveComntitteet. Leon E. Adams, B. W. Watton. F. M. Wilson, 0. R. Tarter C. A Stew rt. 4I
    very remember the ADVOCATB office F Morgan, Geo. B. Gardner, S. F, Travis, \V R. Roesch.C. J.1 James Tuttle and J. E, Field.


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    HAOT COAST ADVOCATR, TTTCBVIU>, FLA. MAT 29. 1908 Gt


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    Fort Pierce. THE ISSUE BETWEEN F. A, MORGAN MANAOKK., r
    EAST COAST : CIIA Il, WALTON
    NEWS. f

    The editor of the ADVOCATE has some STOCKTON' MORG. .N' d= W.A.I TOlT
    J ******************** iNowSV land for salt on St. Lucie River which GILCHRIST ,

    will be sold) cheap lie baa no time to

    Notes Contributed bv Our Regular look after It. In a few years this land REAL ESTATE DEALERS.
    ) will be "Oemral Overconfidence" Is the com i
    Corps of East Coast Corresp6ndents. worth four times aa mholt ae Is niander that
    now asked for it. has lost many a battle ne

    Q .................. .....................-.........-.- - _ w&lln command of Stockton's forces In (Licensed) I h .
    y - - - .... .
    y.yyyy. .
    ...
    tbe first
    This
    primary accounts for
    1 I Carloads of pineapples are being ablpre,1 Ollchrlsfs lead. Watch this spac if you want to buy property ;.

    )II I r Please tend all communications Eau Gallie. north "General Aotlvlty'Ms a commander thAt on the famous Indian River t
    : Items for publication to "Editor, Tom hoses and wife were pleasant wins
    Titusfllle.Fla. visitors In tOil over Sunday mOlt of his lights He has, assumei -

    rocATK, Summer weather and showers!: during I>r. Rollins called supreme command of Stockton's tomes No. 1. Fine building lot In South 'IItusvtlle "-tII.( Northeast 1I of nort.heutU,
    , the past' week., was suddenly to Miami for the b"tte! to be frontlnglUM/ ) feet on the Indian
    fought June 41
    kith south east
    sec 18, township range ,
    .r We cannot guarantee to publish Monday, to attend to relatives who. River and extending back to Front atreet
    Our orange growers were 111.Mr. and with this leader the tight will bo on south fork of tit Loots river;40 acres,
    reach this office before are their
    spraying : distance of
    that do not a 275 feet, an Ideal spot fur a
    111 trees this week Dado county (it.(H) per acre.
    Thursdaja.Nil and Mrs. W. I.. Robinson left for : won. \\lnterllomo. nice ....')tI.OO.)
    v Don Mr. RosNlter has completed another Minnesota on Tuesday, night, expecting Tbe Issue In the race botwetmjstoc I No. :9. Lot 103x:US on Front street, No '7. A tare bargain! A 21 acre
    launch stud added It to his fishing /llee, to return neat winter. ton and QUohrlst is now clearly defined fine water front, just the location for a tract of land, 10 acres of which Is a boatIng -
    correspondents oblige ,us by Plantation Mel
    ) Pineapple near
    the names of people and places Northwest winds and cool weather for Hubert Gorman returned, from lit None can fall tu see It. Th.*'l'IM' loll before residence stores, live miD'!lit".. from postotllceaud bourne Goiwl J packing house, Dock, '
    price KKH\
    lint
    the reason, on Tuesday and Wednesday Luke's hospital last week, much Improved the people of this State !1M I ; Tramway. Pines are fenced with woven
    ',laiD I, as possible last. In health. SHALL WIIIS.KV CONTROL[ TilE No. 3. West >v of northeitst *. and wire fencing 'I'Ills la an exceptional

    Captain Casper, of Tropic, la building 8. S. Buoll\ left for Quay, Thursday' PEOPLE'S!: CHOICE fcOll; GOVEKVO1 :.U west: range l, soiitheant:31)), 1(11<(< :l1).JIIII( t/), see acres III, ,HU township 1.urle chance)lac,, for Crop a party last who will, 1,500 live on orate the,
    another to { year
    Rockledge. River. large vessel for use .on Indian dence commence for Mr operations Attwaler. a large real. There but one answer to this qllPa- county 1d(l.(K) Iwr acre.' Price, If sold before April lit, ft<4AOO.OO.

    lion and the answer Is: No. .&. is. W. it of northwest. l{ and Title perfect.

    t l JUI i we have had a few shower of Services St. Johns Episcopal church J. E. Hendrlx was initiated Into the No! west It of southwest If, seo. :HI: lown. No. 8. 10 acres In Lot No. 3, Sec 28,
    it on Sunday next at (1:10( :: a. m. All I Ifiled. 10' first degree: In Oddfello" shlp on Monday illthrlut, ship 32:!, range 3\, !1JO: acres, 81 Lode Township :ai South Range" 85 East
    !a Seats ftee. night at the a Rood-nalurod, Imppy-g : :
    regular meeting.! county f\IOO\ per acie.No This Is tine Hammock land suitable for
    II Kldd visited Mrs. M. C. lucky man with no record of work for
    n. the
    (Ira A. Norlhenal < of and ll
    The various fishing firms are busy I Dr. Hronum suit family returned on ; soutlioaaV' oranges, grapes aud vegetables,
    !notion Wednesday. with their summer work, and some floe /Saturday from Tampa, mhere he has public good and with no known Ideas of sea >, township :IIS south, ranged east; located about a half mile north of Titusvllle. -

    loot fall to subscribe for the newsy catches are being taken. been, attending the raveling of the State statecraft! received more votes In the olime to O. K. Wood's\ pineapple| plantation An exceptional bargain. Trice,
    Dental on St, l.nole river 40 I Dnde : ). Half cash balance time to
    Kjjely circulated ADVOCATE Some A.lloclation-undergoIDIr an ex first primary than did Stocktou, a man ; sores, fiMK ) on ,
    very line garden corn ou the ear ami nation county f IIOOI'f'r( acre. : suit purchaser,
    iu Cornelia Magruder spent a partlit was showing In our stores list week. It __T-_ who has devoted his life to the botte I

    week with Airs. C. D. Provost, of was grown on Merrill's Island A WORD TO mint of conditions! under which we !lye,
    IrgiaDI, KODAKintS. so that the manes; should If you want a boie on I the Indian River, call and see us. We have many
    be
    Watermelons are beginning to show not ex-
    bargains In Itusvllle and elsewhere on the Fast Coast
    I,"",Dottier, Day and Sobuyler took In our markets Some are very fine aDd As we are agent for the manufacturers plotted by the classes_ and who In know '
    ', J tn Malabar last week, In Mr. would have been larger wiiL more rain of the famous as theclmmplon of pilnrlples that give Morgan eto "Walton; .
    tint t launch.beurtnge I EASTMAN X. C.
    ; i A pretty wedding took place In Saint FILMS, KODIK3 Had SUPPLIES were the people|, liberty., equality and Imppness. REAL K tA'l'K DKALKILS, I
    ,
    growers are busy spraying Paul's M E. church on Tuesday even #rITU VII.1.E, FLORIDA
    trees, and tb%weather condition log last The ne,. Ur, Hav.'ke filling all orders by Return mall from
    Ir performed This happened because the __ h_ __ .__
    put week have been fine. the ceremony. our complete stock of fresh films and up. whisky

    vosrepleasedto, see Rupert Paxton Mr. A. Florence Hodgson, who Is on to-date style of Kodak. and 1 supplies at men took an Interest on account UIl-

    ea aln. He has come to spend his the stair of nurses at St. Barnabas boa roanufaitiuera' prices. We also PREPAY Christ's declaration for local option. Percy G. Walton

    Alton tilth his parents, Mr. and MrPaiton. pita). Newark, N. J., will\ possibly spend *all charge of Kodak and Films It Is possible for a few very active people ,

    her vacation In Eau Gallle this coming when remittances accompany order. who are fighting for their business

    1.M. t.ockhart our well known'mernt fall. Complete catalogue of EASTMAN: existence to record their will over the ""J1 t'Uovl11o. Fla.

    received the sad Intelligence of O. W. Hopkins, of Dear Lake, Mich? KODAKS HAWK EYE CAMERAS will of .great many over-conllileut reo- .
    death of his younger brother, i iKornla In who was under the weather for a week pie.
    last week. h and KOCI1ESTER: OPTICAL CAMERAS I
    or HO again up about as usual ADd
    Thus !
    will be In Eau Uallie early this coming AND SUPPLIES mailed on request. It happened that flllclnUt, back. FIRE AND TORNADO
    apt Cogglns and wife have to
    gone od the
    fall. by whisky men, got more vote
    Expert developing and printing for INSURANCE.Hodgson
    erect parts of the north,to spend theo
    that) Stockton who .
    but we are tare to see them The Ladles' Guild of St. Johns chute amateurs. was backed by nobody ,
    k hers 10 the fall. will have a fair this\ coming fall season. THE DIXIE PHOTO SUPPLY CO., la particular, but by a majority of

    jra.[' E A. Chatfleld and mother, Mrs Proceeds aid: of |the funds of the 2S East Day St, Jacksonville, Fla. the people, general. RKLIABLK COMPANIES.: PROMPT PAYMENT OF LOSSES. a
    R. Breck, recently left for the form- church Very pretty and useful article All the men who voted for Ollcbrlstd
    LOWEST RATES. ACCIDENT POLICIES ISSUED.
    are being prepared
    K home In New Haven, Conn Mrs. not belong to the whisky crowd. Far

    rck will, later, go lo her home into Captain I). O. Jarvls, of Fulton, Fla, ANNOUNCEMENT.KOKCOINTYCOMMI38IONFK. From it. There were hundred who are J'\IO: .J."O"-l. UUA.'L' N-lTI: : ANCJE

    ). panned through ilea: Uallie, last week, I in honestly convinced that UllobrUt Is the 4
    his powerful launch, bound for his FloridA MARINE ANI F1IIE. RATES ON APPLICATION.
    ipt. Fred AldrloL,of Cocoa, Is asslstJdbu home The Captain will probably : better man; hundreds who know 011. ,
    In his
    ; Frey constructing waterIn.
    pass the summer In Northern waters Fifth DUtrlrU Christ end do not know Stockton; bun
    \I r. Frey Intends raising vege- I
    !lee If It ID dry weather Wm. Day Alex Near Is pushing work on his To tbe Voter of the Fifth District: dreds who have for years been political Your Business Respectfully Solicited '

    tforhla home In Seymour, Con D., on new lighter( to be used In his artesian I am still a candidate for County Com enemies of Stockton's.
    'ode', well-driving business. Mr. Near Is con mlssloner In the Second Ptlmary, June These hundred added together mad Reference: Indian River State Dank, Itusvllle, Fla.

    struoling an exceptionally comfortable 10th, and, If elected, I promise to serve --- -
    -
    In, E Bellows, who lives wlthlierightor up a number which added to the number
    vessel, with ample sleeping room on the people to the best of my ability and
    I Mrs. J..J, White .
    had the
    nilstuDo
    controlled
    board. as the condition I permit.I by whisky, and, deceived brepor's

    ,r, tba to elbow fall and, and break otherwise her right bruised arm Messrs U. Kedatone, John Shave, .iKingan support thank In you the Scat moat primary sincerely, and for I trust your spread by wUlsky money, gave .TEEESFrom
    Ollobrlat .
    the
    'wlf badly, Although she Is over 80 Hodgson and 1). R. Kedston that I be favorite In the lead
    n'' of age, she bears up remarkably I acted* ushers at St. Paul's church during ond. Thanking may your you In advance for sec any It will\ be a laming disgrace to the

    IL I the wedding service on Tuesday eve favors that you may show me, I am, State If the whisky men can boast, a.
    ---
    nlng last Mrs Houston acted as or Your very truly, O. C. 41'C"ItL.' I they surely will boast, that they elected Nurseries pre giving greatest satisfaction to our tunUtRldWdlid -
    The World's nest Climate genial at this function. the Governor of Florida the very yea I wu, of customers ,ID Florida. They always

    iotentirely' free from disease. On'the One of the piettlest weddings ever Cold that Hitiiff On. that witnessed the forward movement grow, and they always Lear fruit true to name of variety, '
    h elevations fever prevail, while on seen In Ktu Uallie came off on Tuesday
    Colds that bang on In the spring deplete for decency, morality and cloan In
    lower
    levels malaria Is encountered evening last at St. Paul's M. E. church, (Ivlngl planting groves now, thick of the future !
    I greater or leas latent, according the Kev. L>r. Hawke oltiolatlng.( The the system, exbaukt the nerves, all the States of the South. Some satisfaction In 111 this.In
    and the for Herlouft' lllousi ,, <<: SUCCESS: OF YOUR INVE8TMKNTdepends
    lode, open way
    To overcome climate affec'i contracting parties were Miss Georgia !+ Mr. Stockton Is ,willing to trust the
    lassitude, malaria jaundice oil"nes Spiller of Eau Uallie, and Mr. A. I!. Take Koley's Honey and Tar, U,quicklystops people. on the I trees you plant, MAKE NO MISTAKE but come to t
    fever and and Wbllden of Fla. The churchwas the cough and expel the cold ItIs
    general Jasper
    ague, ,
    'ditty, the most effective remedy I. tastefully decorated Oir the care.mony safe and certain In results itusvllle' flllchrlit .U not. Headquarters for Reliable Trees: Treoa guaranteed tl) arrive a' del.tlnatlon .

    ctrlo Bitters, the great alterative and and, during the leading of the Pharmacy.- 1I1r.Stockton/ believes In encouraging( In "0011 orller, 'If ,t.be,.

    od purifier; the antidote for every service, was crowded to the doors will the poopli! to vote for State prohibition don't, we replace them NO WIIITE FLY,
    m of bodily weakness, nervousness, the friends and connections of the bride JOB'I'RINTI G of all kinds done at If they want It.
    I Insomnia.. Sold under guarantee at and groom. After the church service I this office, at reasonable" rates. Glvr A '
    Titusville Pharmacy l'rlce Ano.aeorglana reception was held at the borne of the u* a hare of your work. I Mr. Ollchrlst' believes In keeping -tEMS 0. W. CONNER Prop'r.
    --- jrldo's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. Spiller, things as they are. .
    who are both prominent members of the Stockton all Governor cannot put on
    ( II. E church The bride and !groom will ,Orange Glove fur Sale State prohibition. C TANUKRINE, FLORIDA, .
    leave for a three months' trip ant, will
    nittfeld visit I In several the Northern states be. Famous Turkey Creek Orange Grove That power lies solely with tho people
    Is Improving. fore their return to Florida MUs bpille whose representatives, In the legislature
    and Truck Farm for sale at
    II.. NelMs Owen In. visiting Mrs Wai was very popular, and had charge: of one a bargain; dopt a resolution proposing a change In { '
    II l Lotus, for.a few day. of the class rooms In the Eau Uallie 2011 acre. of land, about one mile river the constitution, and- East Coast Lumber & Supply Co

    Ira." Peacbey and her daughter, Miss 'High School of which I>r. E.: E. Macy Is nd.creek front; several hundred bear VITH TILE PKOPLK WHO VOTE ,
    Ie,left principal; The best wishes of all are ng orange and grapefruit: trees; M acres
    Tuesday
    for New York. tendered the young couple In tbelr new YES OR XO HV DIRECT BALLOT;'
    N
    .DEALERS ]
    suitable for celery Artesian wells easty ; % ,
    Ir Hughes and Mr. tart la life illclirlut Governor cannot IIcal
    as
    Dawley were keep )
    slog and cleaning up tbe cemetery driven Flag station of F. E. C. Rail option! In force. LUD1'bor cb Dul.1d.I.nK: : : J.W'n1or:161; :
    misy.) way, known as"THlmao," fa land r3E3C
    The Governor cannot veto resolution OF ALL KINDS. e
    A Califonilan'a Luck. a
    ulte a number of the young people Beautiful place; just suited for winter of the legislature. .
    ,Otto Fast Rockledge after buckle- "1'be luckiest day of my life wan when tome. Three miles south of Melbourne
    rlUI, :..xoodaYl'CterDoon.b'co'1nty[ I bought a box of Bucklen's .A ruler Apply to D L. Gnul.len, Titusville, Stockton says to the people: JUST RECEIVED IN FORT PIERCE CAR LOAD OF CORRUGATED GALVANIZED IRON
    alve," writes Charles F. Uudahn, of "I am willing to trust you."
    rla Geode Real Estate Melbourne
    ; or ,
    road in the commissioners are shelling Tracey, California. "Two i:;;o boxes Gllchrlst says to the'people: OOFIN6. WRITE US FOR PRICES ,
    south tf
    end of town. They Ida
    cured ml of an annoying case of Itching
    "I not to let decide the
    getting the shell from Dr. Witlfeld.Miorlal am willing you _
    plies, wlileb bad troubled me for years ---- m
    Day service will be held In and that yielded to no other treatment." 41wTO question of prohibition. Local option Is
    cbul't'h, beginning Sold under guarantee at the Titusville good enough for me."
    *., after" promptly at one : : W. : :I?.. EXEe.:
    all Pharmacy Tbe whisky to the
    allot will march to the men say people"We :

    ''ed 10 wj wltb, and graves win be deCo SUBSCRIBERS. want to cell whisky. It helps us.So TITUSVILLK,' FLORIDA !
    /
    /lo"era Every has i 1
    one a
    ai lovitatlon\ to attend aud bring, or Micco.After we will. ''I 11 .
    Stockton Is Oilbrlst.
    .r.. Come more capable than -
    early, so as to give: TANKS OF ALL KINDS MADE!!: 1'0 ORDER,
    people from City polot and Lotus :: An order of the 1'ostofHce Da- .
    to gel to their homes before dark a stay of seven months In Ml ceo, 4 : stands ROOFING-TIN AND GALVANIZED IRON
    partment, Washington.: D. C., ef- ;; He for morality, decency, freedom -
    Mr. aud Mrs. Camille Ouerln are leaving BOAT PUMPS AND TANKS A SPECIALTY,
    $Juo( Heward for their home In Brooklyn, N.,T. Their .i.: festive Jan. 1 1,1008, provides, tbat '. .' of choice, and- Dealers la BICYCLES! AND BICYCLK SUNDRIES.
    *100. He should! be elected Governor of
    : Southern home In Micco has Just been
    b.wader of thin paper will be pleas- completed; It 1 Is. a beautiful, t,,'o-story ; delinquent subscriber shall be < > Florida. -Gonorn1: Xt.OTDO.l3f: "'V"or1.E.Jew5.rl. .- E

    ded 14, 'Iura that there Is at least one and attic mansion. A very spacious up. ;| carried longer than three months, < > General activity among the believersn --. _. ... -- --.- --- -- - .. --- -
    'tai, dilleaae that science has been per plazta affords a grand view of the t! giving as a reason that the department ; ; good government will elect Stockton.
    tee In all Its stages, and that Is Indian River and of thecountryfor miles I
    ':1'nit. Null's Catarrh Cure la the only round. The rooms are very large, and i' Is furnishing a low rate of ', Now I. the time to get busy. x : : : ti.rl.g: : X:
    ?
    ire now known' to the medical a covered porch runs all around the on and does ', With my paper, tbe HUN, I have been .
    "J postage newspapers
    Catarrh being a constitutional ioun". A water tower In addition to a advocating the superior qualities of John
    TV1, r'1'1lr61' a eunstltntlonal treat. rain water tank furnishes an ample sup. so for the benefit of a booaltde IUbi ;- : '
    'it Ih.'a Stockton for the office of governor. APERIIANOINO, KALSOMINLVO, VARNISHING, STAINING, FINISUING
    the whole house
    Catarrh 'of water through
    Core i taken In- ply !
    'it11.I :; ae leg directly upon*the blood and bath room. The'house will be lighted scriber who pays for his paper. < ; I beltev li) newspaper publicity, and I SIGN PAINTING OF" ALL KINDS, K1O.

    reby III 1 surfaces of the system, : by acetylene gas. A 200ft. wharf : please take notice of the name J ; am iislng4bU means to reach ALL tbe Old Furniture made to look like new Mirrors Made and Re-Silvered. j

    '4 .att)1'r,|' giving)|'lo|
    bt L.'.!' ,' up the constitution\ and as0lD Mr. and Mrs. Guering will return in a i paper or wrapper every week. all with my paper. V"W IEJLHDn EID: f
    Inlt aLII doing lu work The few month, to enjoy the comforts of This is my own campaign for what I I
    '"H lietr-.o,. ; have 10 much faith in Its their new winter borne, among which ....... .............+... believe to t>4 the beat for the people of Shop la Horlmgeour Building, r '; I

    11> rollers thai, they offer One Hanu ,be newsy ADVOCATE: will fill a large this State. It !I. Independent of .
    '" for any case that It falls to space !{IIJLINGEltAutomobile. TITUSVILLE, FLOHIDA. .
    other conducted
    campaign la behalf
    ,.for liNt of testimonials.! _-- any -- --- - -
    -
    ddrees J. of Mr. Stockton. I am solely responsl 1
    CflENEr Co. Toledo
    J It Reached the Spot.
    ''Id ,.'J all ble for this and other matter tbat may IJros. West End Pharmacy

    'IaIce I.., '.DruggieGtlSa! Mr. E. Humphrey, who owns a large appear In tbe paper of Florida, which I ,
    Family mi for ConstipaOrange store at Omega Ohio, and Is
    general will and for
    president of the Adams County Telephone sign pay EAU GALLIE, INDIAN RIVER, FIA. EAU OALLIK, FLA.

    Co., a* well a* the Home Telephone CLAUDB: L'EaruLC. Marine Railway s. C? Hodgson. M. D., R. P..

    Grove at a Bargain Co. of Pike County, 0., says ofnr Proprietor.
    eneral Merchants and Ship Chandlers. /i
    King's New Discovery "h saved HIGH WHEELS Value Hume Aa (Sold.R Corner of Young and Houston Street
    tee'.. land roy life once At least I think It did. It .Special Facilities., '.
    orao::. aramock 4 acres of bear- seemed to reach the spot,. the very seat 0. Stewart, a merchant of Cedar Stack of and "' \
    grove I SOLID TIRES Complete Drngs Drugglst'ettnndrlcs.
    boot mile from 8taP of my cough when everything else fail View, MI...., say: "(tell rov customer (or hauling Out, Storing and Repairing Cigars Stationery 1'er- fil.r I
    : ,
    ; ,:t'tol9Ol$.t80.; 10UOJ50.51007; ed." Dr. King's New Discovery not STANDARD TREAD. when they bay a box of Dr. King's New' Tacbtsjtnd Launches. fumery, '!'Cities Articles,
    histV be sold ate bargain only reaches: tbe cough spot; It heal.tbe !. Life 1'111. they get tbe worth of that Souvenir Cards. ,

    1I11D a. rare chance for anyone who sore spots And the weak spots lo 8375.00 and .Up. much gold In weight, If afflicted with. Meotloo tile AOTOCATS .IIeD wvltloc.JOB' Candles, Etc.
    ) ? grT throat, lungs and chest bold under ,constipation, malaria or bllllouanees. -
    Address, OBQAIT A WALTOS, I guarantee at Titusville Pharmacy, WW Hold under guarantee at tbe Itusvllle
    lltoarllle, Fla. and JUJU per bottle. Trial bottles free. W. P. UMBWOOD, Port Pierce,'fU. Pharmacy, Ji&o. PRINTING done at this office. Prescriptions Carefully Compo>Jaded. t tb


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    EAST COAST ADVOCATE TITOSVILLE,, n.&. MAT 29, 1 1908.A .
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    GRAIN OF CORN. CEMENT MORTAR. A cover crop A Cover will Crop.catch In the tall The drinking Poultry vessels. (tens.should. be emptied FLORIDA EAST COAST
    there will be a RAILWAYLOCAL
    I I each evening or
    -- --
    Instruction In Mixing It Making the nitrates and other valuable plant
    The Kernel a Thing of Life, Flttod For Pipe or Dralntilo.Fur food which would otherwise be lost solid cake of Ice In them the nest
    CARD No. 75. IN EFFECT APRIL
    I Reproduction. In the drainage system and hold It over morning. 14
    A subject that Interests farmers I. timesa ( IW(,
    Although the stalk and I leaves of corn the making of concrete pipe, either for until the following spring for the use Gather the eggs three or feur should No. 99 No. 29Dally MAIN LINE No. 78Da.lly No.9.1'
    ere Important cattle feeds, only the day or they will chill. Eggs
    use In Irrigating systems or as a sustltute of the trees. It also catches the nitrates Dally10pm '
    below Dally
    kernel are ordinarily used for bunia be kept la a temperature not ,...... -
    for clay tile In drainage. From In the spring which are apt to 20am ? .r 1 96gn t'
    food. They grow In double row. alonl the Arizona experiment station come leach out, and take. up the excess water 00 degrees If Intended for comfortable.hatching. 7 e26pm 12 pm 11 10t6.m/tam An.NLAuaastln..Lv'..._ .' __L, 41 004 lOpm pa: I'll
    a woody< cob, from which they ore and thereby the ground In condition See that the fewls are (12pm ,._.Ormond. IZIpm ,
    puts
    j4sa"t:
    the following practical.details of the t t
    easily shelled when ripe. Tin color of This can be done by not overcrowding 15pm1010pm Ba: :==...D rtona:=:= : am pm 1
    manufacture\. of such pipes In mold. ot sooner for cultivation. the lto: pm ...._Hew' 8m.rua.L, 330pm 'a.
    the akin may bo white, yellow, refl. la and by having litter strewn on 11 le pm 579 pm ..__., .Tlttuvfllo.. __I., 11t pm all
    purplish Line or a combination of Iwo feet length The method of floor among which grain Is scatters mite l nt 412pm .v.._......Uoooa....___le 1182pmJJ2S.tr 444
    mixing the cement mortar will be Greatest Corn Statas. 'kledita ....... I I
    use
    <<
    1104 anIt 41tpm :
    these, according/ to "a letl. They are All the states that produced more The point Is to keep the bens busy, A Warn 46Opm t:::=:.::.FsuUatlle.:.w..Lv 1154am :
    rul other kinds of cement work
    for .
    all either white or yellow inside and of In busy hen Is a happy, 'contented one.- 12 4' am 600 pIn ..._..... ><..lrn..L' 1144amMam .a
    also than 100,000.000 bushels com W FL er
    Pleroe.,4 I
    : Ito 7tpm
    differ little on an average save In color. Tboaand should be selected with the 1007 were Ohio Indiana Illinois, Iowa. Farm.JournaL too am amM 904pm:: A,.=:::.Wertttalmheaoh..Lv: : : Mam: y....''pop..

    The kcroef( or aced It must be rernern greatest care. It should t>e tree from Nebraska. Kansas, l1s.ourl"and Tex The Potato Storeroom. 78 am am 1045 Ii/epm pm l's..FRleuderdate.:.:..=:....MI ml.... .,-::,=.Lv Lv 6 ft 00 Mam am610pm ,7(,Irr,

    which tiered la under not Inert favorable, but condition n living thing will clay or dirt and preferably compose as. It I. worthy of remark that theonly The potato storeroom must be dark fiouoamfit00: am elOoam.7 d0 am: Ar Lv:=?M.....:::ii Miami- ':d-t: ::: ::: : :21OI.: II00Pe: i

    of drains of varying sizes. Roughly other state which produced up to ventilated and dry There f800pm .............._......Ar........Knight'IK.yDeuk..Lv ............. (.., :
    well
    develop Into a new plant, and each I.cool
    t speaking, the strongest and densest the limit mentioned was the youngest 'should be a double floor beneath where .Dell, 'efpt 8unda,.. f9and,.. anil Tbur"' .,..only. iThenlsy,anti 8a1l1rdare
    nand for mortar contain. two-tblri suite .f all-namely, Oklahoma-and together. 11II11
    a large quantities are piled i PALATKA BRANCH -
    course grains and one-thlrd much finer that her corn crop for 1007 la set down tor
    There should also be opportunities
    frr.ilnn.: Often a gravelly sand can boPH' nt 113.2C5.000 buabels. walls and at Inte Leav.Gen EAST PALATKA Arrive Leave PALATKA TO Arrtv,
    the
    ventilation E
    TO PALATKA PalatkaBftO Palatka EAST PALATKA
    'pd through a half Inch meshscrceh Palaka

    and then mixed with one-ba Imports of Nuts. vale through the-pile. (80 amV .,...,,..No. 44 Pallf..,. ant 15511- -;; .,........No. 47 J1atJ,..
    \ \ months ended November > am26am .. .,..No, 45 Uahy.,., ...,. eon em 800 am ..___..No.' 4tt Daily. Ptt.
    nJ 'i'rl Its \olume of One sand. In the eleven Oats In Montana ......No. 60 D.lly.., .. 945 am 1116 am _.....No. 61 I'ally. sar 3 a
    A cement" should !be selected" which 1007, nuts to the value of $9,450.! Of thlrty four varieties of oats test. 11 Mara .. No. 69 I.117......_.... 1210 pm JBO pm _....No.. 68 t'.lly. it 1
    406pm606pm .,,.No. 54 426 pm 480 pm ... .No.' 65 lJall,.., p
    -
    Is very finely ground, rather slow set< 761 were Imported Into the United ed for several' seasons at the Montana ?.. ..No. M Dally. ,.. 626 pro 706 pm _... .No.' 67 lJall,.. ,. t 4I 'pa
    ting and of unquestioned soundness. States. Of this total almonds represented experiment station Progress, Swedish TtM1 m ..........No,.to Dnll ....,..,.,,, 768 pm 800 jim No. H9 Pall I

    Assuming the pipe to be fifteen Inches 27 per cent walnuts 23 per cent Select and Siberian were the highest! SAN MATED BRANCH

    In diameter and the proportions of and cocoanuts 14 per cent fielders. Lav Arrive Leave
    EAST PALATKA SAN MATED TO Area,
    the mortar to be one part cement to EaatPaUtka San
    Mates
    TO SAN MATED Maloo EAST PALATKA ''pGk5so ::
    three and one-half parts sand, a batch] :
    ---------------- am ............No. 19 Da11y ..,.,.. 660 sm 9m am ._.._...1'10.' 60 D.11y. 8r1u/ ;,
    ran bo made up as follows: One barrel aLM1 m No. to D.tl ,..,,,,,,... 5th m 540 m ............Io1n. t1 nail"... (
    (four sacks) of cement and three and'a ,
    N.It No.19 0.11 MAYPORT No. 18 1 lo.a: Ii"
    half barrels (seven wheelbarrows) osand.
    Dally DIIIy ally BRANCH DallyTOO Dslly
    The sand and cement should be Duly
    mixed dry and turned three times will Plan for 6 00 pm 2 00 pm 4 40.m 240pm 1024 am Lv..J'sbloNrach.Lv (20am816am J Ii 1140 am altpn,
    Hliovels. \Vuter In then added In at 661 inn 2 4111mT10 102 amount sufficient to bring the mortar I'm I 8"0 l"n |Ar... tte yp
    to a "dry" consistency-that Is, such Summer Comfort M fo,3 fo.l 1eLaryIa No.4 No. 9 '
    Dally Lillyi.Hun. Oranf City Branch Dally Dallyex.Hun. emtordBnnth 1f.il',0
    ,
    condition as villl require much tamping x. Him ex.sun, *x. nun e69,. I

    I to cause water to stand on the sur Don't add the heat of a 140 pm 800 am Lv. New emyrn Ar. 116 pm 800 pm am am LvTItUffVllleAr.At. l2t pa
    ) BECTIOK or A oiuiif or conn. face. 125 pm 1080am1060am LT. hats llelea LT.LT. 12(1 pm 4 II pin 000 am Banford LT.lh 5i s.
    A kitchen fire to the sufficient nor pm Orange City LT. 1220 pm 410< pm ..... .. .. ..,,......., ,,
    ( akin; n. germj: C. ondo.perm.Jpart Tbe !botch should then !be turned ,, ,... .. ....... .
    t1o .m loam ArOrsn a City Je 1216 pm 400 pm ... ............. ....
    of It la made up of cepupeolully\\ twiceor three times and coned It la discomfort of hot weather. ('nnnerlIoe.muds nt Knl ht, Ke, rank fur K.,w..t end IIsn.. ,
    fitted for a particular role In tills proc profitable to work the mortJIrtbor.01l1h11. Use a New Perfection Wick
    .
    at- .. TIM TABLES chow the timee Hi which train may b*expected lew
    OBI of rpi,rod uctiOti. Blue Flame Oil Cook-Stove Five and d.p.rt from the .real etstlunr bet their errl.el or depart... ettb.tln,
    Labor end Curing. stated 1s ant.uaranleed, so.doe. the lompuAj bold Itself responsible for an/dtU;
    need conaiiti
    Roughly speaking, the
    ,
    and cook in comfort. or se ".nee nerve arl.tn th.rrfrum,
    of three main dlTlnlona-tlia akin, the Throe O1et".o to tamp and one to
    With "New Perfection" Oil For the I.ornl Time Cmnl r Other Jnf.rm tlo.
    Stove the of :
    germ ami the f'ndOllplrm. The kin, shovel the mortar-are a satisfactory: a preparation 'Hi o ma TICKET AEPIT.1eJ

    which'' malcra about U per tout of the team and ran mix, mold and sprinkle daily meals, or the big weekly "baking," is done without .D. RAHNER, Assistant General Pass. Agt., ST. AUOU3TINE FLORID

    weight of the wd, holds the whole together afthe rate of forty pipes per day of raising the temperature perceptibly above that of any other, ,J / -
    and protects I the delicate Interior nine hours. The tamping: must be doneIn room In the house.If .

    part. It I. made up principallyof small layers, not over three Inches
    A tough celluloao" or crude fiber, with at a time. you once have.experience"with the l lI.

    come mineral matters Imbedded In It. An Important feature In the manu
    Atlantic Coast Line E 8GOES R
    s The germ la larger lu corn than in facture of cement pipe la the curing NEW PERFECTION

    Yp moat cereals aud form In average About twenty-four hours after tbo
    pipes are made they should be uprlniled -
    corn about 10 per cent by. weight of
    the grain, whereas In wheat It I. only with water, so long as they seem "
    to absorb It freely. For a week: there. Wick Blue Flame Oil
    u 0 or 7 per cent. It contalna the from which the new plant will after they should be wetted every day.

    1111 develop under favorable condition .They should then cure In the air for a you will be amazed at the! restful way in which it

    Tb cndoHperm constituted about 81 week: or two before being laid In the enables you to do work that has heretofore overheatedthe

    TtJ per cent by weight of the grain and ground.On .
    kitchen and
    yourself. South East and West
    reprtHenta the food whlcb the parent the third day after molding a North
    t"t plant baa stored for the early growthof cement pipe a wash of pure cement The "New Perfection" Stove is ideal for summer ,

    the new plant In the germ and should be applied on the Inside of each A use. Made vin three sizes and all warranted. If

    endosperm the cellulose wells of the length. with a plasterer' brush not at your dealer's, write our nearest agency. \ Through Pullman service all trains
    cells are very much thinner than In
    the akin and surround a network: of Sugar Bssts on Alkali 8011. The CONSULT'TIIK 'fURrLE! FOLDER."
    nitrogenous material called protoplasm Beet fields subject to alkali are de- c11 11 R4 Lamp gives pedeetcombustion

    In which the lit. of each cell seems tor crlbed as being characterized by avery .{ _ _ _
    whether higher
    r .klo. The food materials which the uneven stand, considerable Irregularity low. li therefore free from disagreeable odor and cannot .

    plant bat stored for future ue lie In In the size of the plants aud smokt. Safe, convenient, ornamental-the Ideal!lih..- For further Information, schedules, rates, reservations, see your nearerIclcef ,
    the meshes of 'this protoplasmic network prevalence of chlorosis of the older If not at your dealer's, writ our nearest agency /
    Agent, or call on or write to
    leaves and of sprangllng taproots. The
    together with nome moisture. In STANDARD OIL, COMPANY
    the germ much of the stored material cause given for these effects Is that the (U&reUT&D" > RANK C. BOYLSTON, or A. W. jfRITOT,
    Is fat and mineral mattera. In the out alkali retards or prevents the germlna-/: ,
    er layers of the endosperm there are Ion of the seed or that It destroys the Traveling Passenger Agent. District Passenger Agent,

    atored grains of a protein substance plants after germination. Clay soils ATLANTIC COAST LINE, JACKSONVILLE: FLORIDA.
    --- --- -- ---- -------
    ----- ----
    known aa a leu rone, and In the Inner were found to present greater dlfflcul ,

    ' portions ore found quantities of tiny tree In this respect than sandy soils. i
    starch grains with small amount. ofyprotein Attention Is called to the 'tact that

    and mineral matter. when the density of the soil solution ?htt 4 ,
    It may 1 ho calculated that Cl per cent becomes too great the vitality of the Mallory Lines

    i of the cellulose of the grain Is found seed Is destroyed, or. In the,cane of al.

    la the skin, 05 per cent of protein In ready 'growing plants, tb,,.passage of '

    the germ!; 00 per cent of the starch water from the soil Into the plant Isbecked. SS5'

    and 84 per cent of the protein In the .. Tbe strength of the soil sola W SPECIAL PASSENGER-EXPRESS STEAMSHIPS
    ill endosperm ton i ly Colorado analyses was found to
    The food value of corn and Its products a be 2.07 per cent of alkali where the I E fee
    ALn and most equipped steamships on the coast
    Largest thoroughly
    a* compared with each" other and loll mol.tureVII equal to 20 per cent passenger

    t with other food materials of course depends and to 5.80 where It *aa only 10 per Ydfll -NO OVERCROWDING I

    mainly ok the amount of nntrl- ent On the n.ld0 question the r' STATEROOMS ARE POSITIVELY GUARANTEED

    tlve materla II j) or nutrients which the heavy adobe soil two days after Irrl F ,, \ T IMPORTANT ships, M no tickets will be sold exceed the numberof berthlor. .
    digestive organs can extract for the gallon contained from 18 to 20 per cent 7. f fa
    .'be seating capacity of Dialog flails, thus Insuring all passengers Indlvldui
    .
    use of the body. Resides the water of water on the side of the plant next

    4 found Jn nil food materials, even those be water furrow but several days service and attention. ____ ____

    1 which are apparently perfectly dry, after Irrigation the moisture content .
    PASSENGERS LEAVE JACKSONVILLE EVERY FRIDAY.See
    the actual nutrients are grouped InC had fallen to 8 to 12 per cent, and the 4*
    % ( Schedule of Ships In Florida T es-Union
    four cloRHes first, protein or nitrogenous plants. while, still. crowing, were sufcrlng )

    material; second tAt; third from lark of water.-O. W. ,4 1,
    LOWEST. KA TES TO NEW YORK AND ALL POINTS NORTH,
    carbohydrates, Including starches, sugars Shaw> California.
    and the very Indigestible constituents Including delightful DAYLIGHT SAIL, through the

    known as crude fiber or cellulod Roots For Farm Animals tfQ Yo4yl't FAMOUS "SEA ISLANDS."

    (\ and fourth, mineral matters or Roots as a part of the ration have a
    .,b. decided value for all kind. of domestic Through tickets sold\ to all northern points. For lull Information regarding attractions 't

    Protein, fats and carbohydrates alike nlmals. Professor T. F. Hunt and asoclates Y YS offered by no other Hoe; diagrams, reservatlns tickets etc. apply to

    ran yield energy, but since only proteincan in a recent bulletin of the New A. W. PYE, F. M. IRONMO4GER. JR.,

    serve for the necessary tissue York Cornell experiment station lu discussing Four Sailings Each Week- General Passenger Agent. Asst. Oen. Pass. Agent.
    building thin Is usually considered its this subject call attention to 22 WEST BAY STREET, JACKSONVILLE, KU
    main function! and the fats and C4r.bobrdrat. the fact that their effect Is tonic! as
    r : ... are relied on to furnish well as nutritive and that breeders and BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK.

    most of the energy. feeders of farm animals for exhibition

    Corn Is rich In fat and carbohydrates purposes find roots Invaluable.For Calling at Charleston, S. C., bothways) fABOARD

    and no ls a fattening food as Its ex most purposes the roots are chop- i.

    tended abundantly use In the feeding demonstrates.of farm animals pad hand or and sliced power before machines feeding.ate Various on the The Finest Steamships in the. Coastwise, Service AIR LINE RAILWAY.

    Charles IX Woods Maine market for this work. Generally England
    Experiment Clyde New and Southern Lines. SAVANNAH, COLUMBIA, CAMDEV.: SOUTHERN PINES, RALEIGH, RICO
    ?
    Station. I speaking roots should not be ted alone
    a. they carry too much water. A feed Direct Service Between MONO, WASHINGTON, DALTUS'ORE. PHILADELPHIA, NEW YORK I

    The Ranches In th. West may vary from twenty-five" to fifty Jacksonville Boston Providence and all Eastern Points;
    grout 10.000 and-W.OOO acre ,
    pounds a day for a thousand pounds of
    ranches all over the west are disappearing animal, according to the amount (Itdry (Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways.).. _, Three Elegant Trains Dally ,

    under the Invasion of the concentrates and roughage fed. It BBMt.WEKKLT!: : 8AIUNCW Seaboard Express. Seaboard Mail,
    farmers who are satlgfled with 100 or I. usual to put the cut roots Into! the nutbbound....... ....., ."....... **emu WTi rf. Baton
    :20O;) acres of land and who are making teed box and distribute the ground orttibound...., ............ .........from foot of Ctb.rlD.\ Street, JaollYill. Seaboard Florida Limited.

    these little patches remarkably productive grain over them. For poultry, bow- -

    says 1)"n\.t'r Field and Farm. ever. the whole roots may be given Blowing Clyde St. Johns :IJiver Line MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPJIF.NT. e
    Tho time Is not very .remote when the fowls to pick them. It is

    ranches will lie unknown and when the aid by"-some that turnips and rut aba BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND SA>FORD.

    t country now monopolized by them will ,.. Impart a flavor to milk.. How- Stopping at PalatkA,Astor, Brerord(DoUuid and mtonnwllate landing on the TUB SEABOARD FLORIDA LIMITED.
    be broken up Into moderate sized ever, If no roots'are la the milking t.*>)na BlTtr. Solid Pullman Vestlbuled train, St. .Augustine and Jacksonville to New york I

    farms. Tbe rise In the value of farmIng room at the time of milking and they Steamers "CITY of JACKSONVILLE" via Richmond and Washington. Dining Car (a U carte kervtoe). Double Drawing'

    lund Is steady and In a few years are fed Just after milking this mal be II appulnted. to sa.ll as 'follows lean Jacksonville,Bonday,Tota,..and Tnundsys,at I:JO p. oora, Sleeping Cars, Stateroom and observation Car. Leave :at.: Auguntloe 11 55 *
    land which for a decade or two has avoided" m. RetumingleanSanfordMoa.try.wslneedaysandgrids,10.00a.m. m., and Jacksonville 13:55: p. m., dally, Including Sundays.For .

    had only a nominal value will command = 1Mwri-' IICkEDtLJC Numb" ipw d
    s from (20:! to $100 In From Winter Winds. Aowl, 14.d roe
    Injury
    an acre.
    -a full Information and sleeper Agent
    ;;iii; ... On reservation call on any
    to
    In0i n. In.
    the Irrigated sections of Colorado land In some of the prairie states, where tests i u 1 .. .. ...r.IsUr.; .,..... ::; t.e.ve 0e p. m.Les Seaboard or writeS
    adapted to fruit growing Is selling he winter winds are both cold and ,. a; ; : Astor : Lean 1 M p, sr, \ t
    Leave ;; H2.:[ BetwhwdImLndj bZ:5( ;. Leave 00 FLORIDA
    m. S. BOYLStON JR. Pus
    : : p Asst. Oen. JACKSONVILLE
    from ftjOO:; to $2.000: an acre. Sugar dry It Is very desirable that the soil hue a : ,,.,, Sanford .. .ee.. eo s. In. Agt, I.
    beet lauds near factories bring $100 to(3Mi )e well filled with moisture when wlnr hue _10 :: .aierpdw" lasts to a. m. --- ----- ----

    ( ). Good potato lands are worth seta In since during the whole of Passenger and Freight Office. 122 W. Bay St.. Jacksonville. t
    (200 and upward and the best cantaloupe the whiter evaporation from the young .
    y growing lands Bell readily at fruit tree Is constantly going: on, and H. H.RAYMOND, Y1cvt-n4ld.il and O n.ra> Manager Kw Pork SEND YOURORDERS TO THE ADVOCATE t
    0.LOTELL, ria.rnla-Xt Aa nt. r, M. IROXMO.NOtE, A. O. F.A.
    (30O. Experts make annually a net It! the moisture Is not In the soil to ,Jaek.oellle,VIA! -, J.ckeoavlileela.I
    profit of from 10 to 25 per cent on this I meet this demand the result Is the serious W. M. TUWKR.: AOKXT, JACKSONVriXE. rLA. FOR ALL
    t. big priced land. Injury or t.It.cltath of the tree. GENERAL OTriCKSl raw M, >' ortb liver, New York. KINDS OF JOB PRINTING t

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    r of public safety had visited Ida Ifiwkins -

    , heNew Travelers Motel A TOWN SCOLD STORY and had Just Induced before<< waitIng tbe factory upon owner himself to W.A.TSELFLOCKING IT ODr:: :: I

    Y change/ his mind after telling him the t
    -On the American and life history of tbe town scold over
    t'nder rew roauaRement. Newly Sylvanus Crabb Escaped which he laughed heartily and long,
    family home. Rat *: American Plan, : ) \ ; Being Tarred and Feathered. BURR JOYCE
    foria Union /bUtlon
    and up. All cars ( y

    | Mapmaklne. I ,

    Tbs beautifully located Riverside Hotel, OF THE LfTE PANIC The earliest. maps of which we have

    same maDa any knowledge, were made In Egypt ,
    They were wooden' tablets" on which
    Who Always Had Run Down the were traced land and sea. road, rivers,

    Everett Hotel Yown Met His Waterloo When His highways, etc. Marlnni of Tyre, 150
    he o Neighbor. Dttormlned to Save the A. f)", was tbe first to attempt a map rr...A.CXLE1'
    on scientific principles The maps lu
    and Also
    Factory Enjoy a Joke.
    use by the Greeks and Romans were
    Sylvnmts! Crabb was the town scold fairly accurate, so far as they went
    Florida's Largest Coryvllle lIe was a native of the but those lu use during the middle /

    but no stranger to whom be ages were alarmingly luacuirate. It ELOCE:
    Bath Sample Room Long ever would have suspected the Is only within recent years say since. .
    Private the middle of tho last century that It
    -Tbe Best of Sylvanua \never missed a chance
    was possible to make a complete and
    abuse CoryUlle\ nnd everybody and
    reliable map of the world"' anti even
    !bln ; In Coryvllle."Yes. yet the bort map Is subject tn slight\
    Ilr" Mr. Crabb would remark changes.-New York American,
    DAYTONA ( : hi* quid of plug tobacco I* a new and grout Invention, II\t\ eaves time, money and labor. It will work

    the right to the left side of his H. Saw !horizontally, upside down or at any an le. It I II Impossible for the rope to slip

    e ev Seaside Inn DAYT "this here old town ain't tit "Per 2 cents" said the boy with the when locked and no lever or trigger rope' attachment I la used la this device t ,
    the junk I've lived dirty face, "I'd knock down!I""Uf're'a
    heap tthy
    ye
    impossible for the to
    There I II only one bol.t.lo"er and lock the load soil It Ie rope
    , man and boy, for forty-nine de 2 cents said the boy
    Good Fishing aDd Surf Bathing. : with jam and there la to out of order In this original tackle block.
    and the town's beeu goln' down ragged trousers, tossing the coinsat J r chafe nothing get

    Also furnished cottages for rent for since I can recollectea* sir, iris feet and squaring off belliger May be een!> at the AKVOOVTK ofll( .., TUusvllle' and are' for sale by the At #
    ently. "Now come on an' try It, durn
    \ ,' a mighty pore town to live yer I lantlo Supply Co,, East Hay street, .Ucksonvllle, Kla, {
    but some of us can't get out" "", I \
    -- .. 'ot'l de use? rejoined the other
    The stranger to whom Sylvanus con boy. picking them up and backing I ,
    .SI : these, lifelong Impressions would : "
    away "Aln t no sense In knocklu' a
    e patiently; lu his chair on the hotel feller down w'en ye kin get de mUll I __'___' __ I '
    or eland patiently at the depot| Out'n Mm wldout'doln' It See?"-Chicago 1
    0i bill train. Sometimes be Tribune.
    he Breakers. 011101 reply with a question: .

    "Are you In business here, Mr
    IIlJ?" Chronic' iintl|>atloii Cured.

    "ItuKlnoKst 1 I should say not I don't One who suffers. from chronic const!.
    Kate $1.00 per day and up. with the people\ of tills here town, potion la In danger of many seilous" all
    don't. My folks left me tbe old menu. Foley' Orion Laittlv cures
    and xsouie rentlu' bouses chronic constipation\ lu I It aids tlirosili
    I lire off thovlucoinc. Hut I don't and stimulates the liver and bowels, ie- : -
    \ my money around here-no, sir! storing the uatural action of these organs ,
    buy supplies In bulk right straight Comment taking It today and
    my you will reel bitter at once, Foley'! THIS -,
    Chicago and (jet my clothes there Orlno I 1.I.la'lve does not nauseate or 5HOWJ
    ; send my measure In by mall gripe and Is "''o&sant to take Refuse THE 'f RONT ..
    I need any new furniture I look siilmtniius. Tltuivllle\ Pharmacy, ..
    tip lu a catalogue and send right off OP THE ,

    he Sterling It myself These here Coryvllle WALTONPAT.
    I don't make uothlii' off of Syl Jewal l Flowers For Earrings tilt, ThESt ARt OUR

    Crabb-no. slrl" Those who hate l earn complaining{ BLOCK FWUNT LONG'G!
    l Ono day n stranger of distinguished that tbe trouble with so called art Jewelers ROLLER BEARING t 1
    came to CoryUlle. It was lit that they limit theuischrs to :
    4 ... the midst of tbe Into unpleasantnessthe 8oleetlonthin! a range of three. or I 5MCAVES.tOLBS. .
    financial depression, four gfnitf and will not attempt to devise .
    ,
    '(' sir" Mr. Crnbb took occasion mmltlcs. fearing they may not .....
    say to the stranger, "this town's no "catch ; ) at all. No place for business, their: cburgiMt; Floral eirrlngs: lime .f { \ _--
    ." been put upon{ tlie market nod may lie \

    'Ifl beginning to think so my bought to match: the color of different ,
    i ." r '\piled the stranger, "from what costume or the flowers on the latest
    hate hoard from my representatives xprlug. bats says the 1ew01'" !Press. I ,' "' ,
    i' ,
    ." Kowtnu.nots are made of turquoises :

    "And who might you be?" Inqnlred with n |u>nrl or diamond In tho crater ..
    cf the l.wer Pink rosebuds are cut
    "My name la Hawkins," sold the nut '"f pink corn I. Purple, pniiulos and I -

    "an.l I'm lira owner of the violet ere flnltated In aura.thYlt.. Amber '
    'a tA4 t .
    ,
    shoe factory. I came down doc* .dut, for buttercups. Delightful ) )
    F half Inclined. to close up the fac RuMcn daisy earrings are made of .
    for good and consolidate It with rnotheiof. -pearl, with the tip of the \
    inalii works In Chicago, and what petals I'nted! pink. A lejf earring Is
    IdIIIMillutlritk.wi.wJir'A lime told l we about the slowness fashioned of etnereldi Dainty little

    Conveniently located close to F. E"; C. Coryvllle bas determined me to do poppies are set with rublon or garnets.
    In the famous INDIAN I thank you" Certain women prefer the flower earring THOUSANDS OF THEM SKLLFNO IN 'IHK NEW ENGLAND STATES.For r

    This house Is practically new, Mr. Crubb stopped In iris tracks and fitted close to the lobes, whereas all kind of' businesses s" tote Tickle. Hlook Is used- *
    many more rooms added piazzas He was worried for two rea- others ttill cling to the drop design and r
    iences Installed and bas been One wa that two or three have tired! to tbe book or screw a couple -
    COMPLETELY men who on other occasions bad of slender gold or silver links from
    Accommodations for twenty. Mr Crabb that he was a useless which little jeweled blossoms depend. '
    hAd overheard --- ,- ; "
    Special weekly. and monthly rates. to Coryvllle "
    running down the town and had tt.\.
    I Cindy's Easter Hat. .
    Hawkins' statement as to
    Mr.
    <1 lonkyahWhut/ dst comln"What'll ? 'I
    \
    sort loi the shoe. factory tbe one Insti A .,iookln' atT i4 \ jai
    / which kept the town from dis Well, date curs rash CindyIn. i t I!
    (' during the panic Tbe oth- her Easter hall

    reason for Mr. Crabb'a worry was Aln't she dress' up honey
    his four houses, which rented for Now whut ro' think ob datf
    he Sanford n month each and supplied bill en- Done spent all de moneySV
    dst Caster hat
    ; cash Income, 'were occupied by
    who would <*> compelled to leave Whsr she ct dam frlllal\ ,
    add look el"eWbe employ Dem ribbons an' all datT I
    1 S'pect Ah Rwlno ro hungry
    when the factory hosed. they be On 'count dat Easier halt!
    Under tbe management of skilled employee and hay -Prnnk N ntuskett In New York Bun. i I

    HARRY I'. no other truile. ,
    "It's '23' for you." remarked one of

    Ut asstttant manager of San Juan :young men mentioned as he passed DOCTORS MISTAKES
    Sylvanus. Those young men work '
    Are said often to lie buried six foot under
    In the shoe factory.
    But times women call on "
    ground. many
    .f.
    sat In bis home
    night Sylvanus .
    I
    ; tbelr family physician, suffering as they
    AT truly dejected. His final knock Imagine,one from dyspepsia,nother from e t
    DUCK SHOOtINO, Coryvllle had bud results disastrous heart disease, another from liver or kidney .
    -- -
    s I MOTOR himself. But be did not brood long disease, another from nervous prostration J \
    and FISHING somber silence. Suddenly. somebody another with pain here' and there, ,
    RATES: *:1.TO and up. t at bill Hpor, Mr. Crabb opened and In this way they present alike \to
    themselves and their vaoy-golng or over-
    confronted
    door and found himself busy doctor, separate diseases, for which
    \ nearly a hundred ablobodled men. I ho, assuming item, to be such prescribes Walton-Vinton Patent Roller Bushed Sheaves
    wore no mask, or any other dew his pill and potions. In realitytheyire"
    I ill only. caused by some uterine
    i/mpl/mt
    from
    IIRNDI { They were ;younf men diiense. The'pfei: >t lnf shoe factory, merchants of the curiae of luffermrVKVps up THsJreatment ,
    \' Lawyers and others atom SyV- until large bill are uryle. /HOkfferlng
    H_> the '
    l wrong treatment but probably worTJr -4
    years. They carried with them a I These long Roller Bearing Hhnave, which are looked upon a* the greatest I Isntl

    bag of feather and a pot of tar, I ,. ';:.r,:: i.d,9, m'l", 't t,> thr. rnti g' .. -frictlon rnll ry! >enrlng, In the world, are without cages to lipid the roll In
    brush stuck In It. ii' I "N." .u.
    a I and therefore are far, durable and with far lisa, friction than the
    (- 2,500 FEET ABOVE by j r ig use awnoY .ym place, more run
    the
    spokesman" was young scold.man torn, and Instituting comfort Instead of old-style cage. The sheave castings/ ire,made solid, standing double the strain"o .
    bad hissed 23" aftbe town prolonged misery it bas been well said
    lta. a population of J.WK On mMn "oe' : man. after Sylvanus bad obeyed tbU"a disease known Is half cured! the skeleton Iron nh ave..' .
    I I Ir. I'lcrce's favorite Prescription I II a
    :elfrl from Jacksonville, direct.' order to com out Into the street
    aln scientific modlcUm' \ carefully devised by ,
    l
    ," arreams, riding and driving, sternly: I|i an experienced and skillful I physician,
    1, Otis elevator l ;and a cuisine and Crabb, town cold and and adapted to woman' delicate system. TIIP .
    ; 1 western* North. Carolina Is ; It I II made of native American medicinalTowns
    huI3aO unless march
    ('' you
    t..It( A. and la wrfeetly tiai-mlem Walton Block Co.
    For rates, reservations, etc, .t : Jft-ltj Self-Locking
    WM. Hotel / to the hotel, call Mr, Hawkins ef'rr ,_ HEWITT Manager
    ,'
    get Jown on your knees before s "
    .. ___ and "before all of 'us tell hhn that I A.* II iiowerful' invigorating tonic "Fat -
    II tbe best town on earth *I vorltft the whole Prescription system and Impart to the strength organ diatlnetly to 404 Atlantic Avenue, \ BOSTON MASS.
    NESV plead for him to keep .his.. factory feminine' In particular I For overworked *
    ws U tar and feather you and set 'worn-out,* run-down. deblll' _ ___ __ __._ _. _.__.. .. .u.u .. ._ .__ __. .- "
    tated teachers. milliners dressmaker*,
    k
    In town on you"
    dog *boulIO-ljf'f'Ifn
    seamstresses, shop Jrl" ,
    old .. had met his Waterloo. H* cuMingioother" ant feeble women gen* .
    .. Marlborough ed to tbe hotel surrounded by the erally, Dr. Pierce' Favorite" lrescrlptloaIs

    faced men bis neighbors with eqnsl the l greatest as an appetizing earthly boon cordial being I and ua-rotorstlve THE ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING OFFICE ir.I',
    be never had neighbored, and tonic
    Broadway, 36th and kneeling to Mr Hawkins and A* a soothing and strengthening nervine
    C'- his declaration and plea In "K vorlte JYnscrlptlou I unwiotlrd
    leteI7l.Renonted and and I Is Invaluable In alUrlos and::: sub-
    t bail7!! t"cated\otelonIJroaday. tone*, be was permitted to go doing nervous exeltahlllty, Irrttablllty. Headquarters
    10 1 ''* 111. I Inervou* *ibaiistl ry room In the boose. nt day\ the local paper contained neuralgia hysteria, ; .. Vita*'*
    EUROPEAN PLAX. 400 Rooms/ account of the affair and atso stated dance, and other distressing. nervous '
    symptom commonly attendant
    upon
    H :M without bath 12 and upward w:.h : Mr. Hawkins bad determined not funetlaoal and organic disease of the
    J upwaid. Parlor, two bedrooms and to 'leave his factory Coryvllle, ot rus. It Induct refreshing sleep: and
    to enlarge It relieves mental anxiety sn-1 drspondnney. JOB PRINTING
    ;
    Dr. t'lerer's Pleasant. Pfllets\ InvlKoraUtbe : .
    , SWEE EY-Tl1RNEY!: ,,1 r. Crabb also learned from the stomach, liver and bowela. One to. .
    WIJ2 5 QIj. that the committee &.11,.. a dam Eu y to take a*candy.




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    t ........................ law to all governmental operation VISITING OLD HOME.
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    .;. WRITE' FOR ILU CATAIOOE TnATrNO GIFT-GIVING GOODS.Clock .t.. terprlses.I favor of the our employment own people and In public encouiagement -- la Edwsrd visiting/'M.In Dolman Worcester, of Daytona.Mr. Holm Fla.. John R. Walker ft Co,


    : -- : I favor laws to require the postal s"i. was a Worcester resident several yean I

    Diamonds i Cut Glees( vice to be so rendered as to serve th. until a couple of year ago, when Le -THE DKPAIITMENT BTOHE
    : Wfttchen
    fell Tea beta Florida...
    "er In
    RingsI'In.. SIlverFIatware J convenience of those who labor late i lithe took up permanent residence

    Brooches Chan' Toilet Article day.I He kept. a jewelry store on Front store CARRIE/ A FULL LINE OF
    Fobs, Hand.Paloled favor an extension of the free oellv many years, where be did an enormoui \
    Lockets China J of business. For several years he passed
    / and the adoption aches|
    of
    a malls
    Crosses, cry
    1847 Roger and became enamored :
    Charm Plated ware. parcel post. his winters In Florida Oloth5.: g.., Dr37" Goods

    Buckles, 14 IJJ -- ..!...- I assure you that, 'It elected Senator 1( of the country finally deciding
    Bracelet and + /, ,,, t Deft Hurklo Vn *. shall not exploit the great office to wblcl I to locate there. He built a handsome Notions Millinery, Shoe Gents' Furnlsblpgt, Eta We repreien
    all kinds of vet y. 440.11>rlrc4.BO but that 1 residence In Daytona, which I II alwayi largest and best Tailor-Made Ctotbing: House In Ameru
    advantage,
    free Jewelry -- IIIulI. shall find joy only In the work that 1 I open to folk from Worcester visiting In

    :.: shall successfully accomplish for tin Florida whether Mr. Uolman had (lrel- :Furniture: .,
    oars acquaintance with them or not. He
    benefit of our people and the State.I
    I JKWELKKS glLVKUBMlTlltf. T have been working all my life aDd feels aggrieved if any Worcester people House and Office Furniture of all Kinds and Descriptions.

    i 41 West Bay St. JACKSONVILLE, FLA. I all of my work has been on constructivlines. < visit the State without giving him r a
    We Prepay( all Forwarding Charges.A have call, so anxious: I II be to entertain Worcetter -
    Satisfactory Guar nteed. ) i A* a public official I alwayi : 3ardw:: re
    :; people. As be Is the owner of a .,
    ********************* A******************** tiled to build up, never to tear down and also automo
    an
    you have but two of these great office) large touring car. and Shelf Hardware Ship Chandlery Hunter
    --- ---- -- -- ------- A Full Lineof Heavy *
    I -- ---- - to eonferon those who you think wtli\ bile boat, his friend find their visit to -ur)'
    needed by the Fisherman.Grocerles .
    Robbins & Graham Go ANNOUNCEMENT OF best represent you,one now, and one twr' Daytona the most enjoyable part of their Everything

    year from now.. They are offices of sli trip to Florida.
    terms. A mistake would be toe Mr. Holroan II I as brown a* a berry : : ,

    (IDoorportl d.) N, B, BROW,!RD, costly year time and by lack of improvement from the effect of the Southern!: sun

    PAID UP CAPITAL U .OOO.OO that we should have In e"'owe He plan to stay several weeks In the A Full and Complete Stock of Staple and Fancy Groceries

    Till company own make a poor selection We want our North, as he did last year, reversing hit

    ILL, -A. IfcT 3D S, To the Democratic Voters of the State work done now Six years wasted would 1 former practice by coming North for the
    of Florida mean that a tremendous proportion ol i nmmer.-Worceater (Mass.) Telegram. Send your order and have all your Deeds filled at once A trial will j

    r the Indian Rivet Country! On the St. the business life of our people has been A letter from Mr. Holman to the ADVOCATE vince you of the great saving both In money and trouble made by order;
    In Democratic Primary held May
    I Ladle River; at New mvor and on BayBisoayne. 10th, I received more vote than any of lost so far ai they could be benefitted b;, : says It has rained nearly everyday your merchandise from THE DEPARTMENT STORE

    I Prices to suit the time the candidates running for United State. Improvement made through; their general II since he arrived In Worcester, and
    Send for Land LI it. (Senator Mr. Fletcher received the text government. that be will return to Daytona this week I...NN.N.N..+.....>*...N+...*...........NeN

    Offices at Tltnsvllle\ and Miami. Fla. highest vote. Therefore, our names will\ I assure you tb'at my joy will be In proportion Mrs. Holman and son, Master Albert,, I i H..O. UTIBT,General Manager D.. E. R. RI.Aa.wOODRegiatered Druirgn
    for
    Worcester awhile
    will remain In
    probably
    In be
    bo the only two on the ballot,*which to my achievement your
    will be voted In the Democratic Primary half. Your respectfully, longer-If they find nice weather

    East Coast Meat Market to be held June 10th. N. B. Dnow ARD. In that city | TITUSVILLE PHARMACY:

    I am sincerely grateful to the peopleof
    O. F. DURKN Agent. the several counties of the State of THANK YOU. A BIG ALLIGATOR.The i. ,

    a'.7 Florida for the magnificent vote given (Successors to the Red Cross Pharmacy)
    ac me In the first primary. I recognize the Mr. Charles II. Walton, editor and monstrous alligator recently captured
    era
    d well known .hued In Mosquito Lagoon, north of TI. TITUSVILLE FLORIDA
    of that
    rosy
    -
    proprietor
    .- fact that It was not merely a personal : ,
    \ E; tusvllle has arrived In St. Augustine,,
    ua the EAST COAST ADVOOATB of
    v s>> tubule but that they voted at they did paper, ,
    c:> because they believed In the prlDclpalrcprellentedbymeootheltump 'Iltusvllle, Is a guest of Hotel Windsor,, says the Times-Union o< rrellpondent.Tb. ,. -- I Complete Stock of---
    a yi c:2 pa: and In having arrived In Jacksonville on Satur .. 'gator was caught In the lagoon and i
    ,::::a... taken to Oak Hill where It was crated
    DRUGGISTS SUNDRIES
    my address printed and Bent out to the lay Mr. Walton Is well known to many PURE DRUGS AND
    people.I residents of this city and they are always and sent by express? The saurian ft now

    a -1:1III: Il cLN herein assure the people that If glad to give him a hearty welcome at the Reddlngton alligator farm at i L Prencrlptlons Filled with the
    South Beach St. Augustine and will\
    : nominated United State. Senator from on his arrival. He Is a brother of Capt.J. Utmost Care and Promptltudei '
    w:: n,. this State, I will do all In nty powerto O. Walton, who resided on Foriytbitrect shortly be placed In a specially constructed .

    a effectuate legislation that will more before he was burned out In the pen. The men had some trouble i WE WANT YOUR TRADE.. GIVE US A TRIAL ORDER
    alligator
    the
    task In
    FLORIDA and crating
    TITUSVILLE a dangerous
    effectually control Interstate Commerce. big tire Captain Walton II I now a resident

    I will\ urge the adoption of legislation of Boston, Mass where he gives At one. time It snapped at one of .....................NN..N....................
    the heavy two Inch planks, with which it
    Jacksonville) friends a hearty welcome,
    J that will\ Improve the financial Bvstem. .
    was being crated and snapped the boardIn
    I shall urge that the United State when he meets them.Jacksonvilic "
    two as if It had been paper. The reptile
    I + ,
    enter upon a plan of constructing a system Times Union. measures a full fourteen feet but has 1 Titusville Lumber C<
    of coastal canals by which the many I
    lost nearly a foot off Its tall. It I* the
    Inland streams that. frequently parallelour Editor Charles 11.Walton proprietor' .
    largest specimen In captivity.NEW
    coast shall be connected up and be of the popular EAST COAST ADVOCATE,

    made navigable for craft of reasonable Titutvllle\ registered at Hotel Windsor ARE NOW

    Il&e. for transporting\ heavy freight andor on Saturday morning and la I spending a EXPRESS AGENT.

    44 i [ the convenience of all our people. few day In the city. Editor Walton Mr. Wesley Joyner Is now the agent of SELLINGLUMBER

    tirnsr The benefits of such a tyrtera can acatce- ha* one of the finest country De"apaperofficea the Southern Express Company at THu.

    f ly be enumerated In this day of the In Florida, and entertains uundreds vllle having taken the agency on the

    rsrlous kind of power boats, from the of friends during the year lie I iiI resignation of Mr. S. E. Bailey

    I t QiS Freight' boat, propelled by a gasoline engine large propoity owner on the East Mr. Bailey's fish bunlness, the Brevard AT THE!: FOLLOWING Phi

    f to the great houseboats propelledIn Cosst. Mr. Walton's Jacksonville friend* Fish Co., has Increased so that It took up
    the same way In addition to the boatairdlnarlly are giving/ him a warm welcome.-Jack, too much of his time to manage It and Framing, dressed four.sides. . . 0 0 . t

    I and ,. . . .
    f run for pasiengers and freight.I sonvllle\ Evening Metropolis. at the same time attend to the duties of B. Flooring Ceiling Siding : o. 0.

    will also do all In my power to enactlegislation Express agent so be resigned the latter No. 1, Common Flooring, Ceiling and Siding 0. . .. . .

    ; that will open up our harbor FATAL ACCIDENT. so a* to give all his attention to the management No. 2, Common Flooring, Ceiling and biding 00. 0..0. .. .
    to the sea, making them available not of the business of the Brevard Door and Window Casing and Finishing Material dressed four sides

    july for commercial purposes, but aa Rev F. I'. MoCall and family returnedto Fish Co. Sheathing; dressed one side . . . . 0 0 . .

    You will\ not make a mistake by try bavena and places of refuge from storma. Tltutvllle on the Slat Inst, and soon Mr. Joyner ha spent the greater part F. O. B, CARS TITUSVILLE FLA.- PROMPT SHIPMEN*

    lug the above brand of Whiskey-It Is I will do all ID my power to secure appropriations the next morning a message came from of his life In Tltuivllle, has held a post -
    for the -
    the grandest money. for deepening and making ('}Greenville Fla, stating that A.. II. Mo. tlon for many years with the Expresi D. U.! SPELL. DR. J. C. SPELL, Regltred Tbarm

    I HANNE BROS.. navigable our Inland rivers and their Call was accidentally killed, and would Company and this I la a well deserved

    Jacksonville, Florida. tributaries that. they may become serviceable be carried to While Spring that night. promotion. Banner: Store.
    Complete Price List for the A.klog.b' means for bearing much of our Rev. McCall left on the next train to Drug

    Inland commerce to the point of export tee the last remains of his brother and NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. TITUSVILLE, FLOMUA.
    i so that the waters shall not be to be with his father' and mother. All
    wasted, but be used to bear our oom- the family was present,except one brother This ta I to notify the people of Cocoa Toilet Articles, Perfumery, Stationery, E|

    merce. V In West Point Miss.The Methodist church\ and the public at

    rvI I will do what I canto aeoure the par accident occurred by a cable large that Rev. W W. MoCord formerly SODA WATERS and ICE CuEAM.

    M age of a national drainage law, uoh aa breaking and a weight falling and hitting of Atlanta baa been appointed assistant

    the one now before the Senate of the him on the right aide of the bead. pastor of tusvllle circuit, to be locatedat ; ,

    Uplted States, Introduced by a commit Cocoa; therefore there will be preaching .PURE FRESH DRUGS.
    .
    i .TRADEMARK) tee of the !Senate: and which has the PRESENTED TO KING ED every Sunday at the Cocoa Methodist
    r HOLLANDER A CD'S rapport of the National Drainage Congress WARD. church, and Brother McCord will beheld Mil orders promptly filled. Will order anything we have not In i Sto<

    HIRSHBERG VARNISH WOOD STAINS of which I am president, by which responsible for all the assessments ,
    State brand fund derived the United State. made on the church for 190$..
    the by
    j Coloring Quick to Drying represent, Elastic any and natural Lasting.wood, from tfie-) aale of public laod will\ conitltute The London (England: ) Morning Post. I regret'o give up any part of the E..L.,, ee .:DZdti SRODEALERS

    and Varnishing at same application. a national drainage fund and byehichtawtheSecretary gives' a long Hit of those presented toKing work, yet I rejoice that God fa( blessing N---
    { e Can not by excelled.\ of the interior Edward the VII, at the Klng'ale"ee. the entire circuit and It demands more
    GROCERIES GRAIN AND HAY ND ALL FOODPRODDWe
    GALLON MAKES TWO. brilliant affair.
    ONE will be authorized to make contract which was a very service than any one'man can give. ,
    For\ sale ,byROXALI) A FISKE, Among those presented we see the name of all FERHLIWe
    with either the State or with counties, May God's richest blessings be upon handle PRODUCE kind We are agent for MAPES
    .,1 Cocoa, Fla. of our old friend )lr. Edward Sudlow, I deal exclusively" the above line""of good and solicit the trade of all co
    us all. Sincerely,
    Individual
    with cities or. with private of Jacksonville, who Is spending the ers. Write us for prices on Grain and all Groceries, delivered at your station
    -TI1E- or corporations to drain awamp lands; F. P. McCALi., P. C. E. L. BRADY: BRO '. TITUSVILLE FLA.MILRVIN .
    with relative
    In England
    TWO BEST SPARK PLUGS I InitaUment the money\ to without be refunded Interest In ,ten the annual Goy lummer Mr. Sudlow was presented to King A BOSTON PARTY ,

    Edward by Surgeon-Oeneral Sir: James Gi-OODM1lN',
    MARKET
    ON THE
    secured lander contractby )
    rnraent being
    .i.Ts .tnu.ir Thornton t K. C. B, a friend of Mr. Sad- Colonel and Mrs. John It Smith royally Next to F. E. C. R)'. depot.
    a lien upon the lands reclaimed. I low. x entertained a few friends on Sunday TITUSVILLE, FLORIDAJsTiMiitisi .
    believe the Government ha .. much
    last, at their delightful home on Dudley -Making a Specialty ofU'rei4ll -
    and to take water off of land
    power right GOING TO BUILD street, Medford and their beautifully-
    r t that has too much water on It, at It has nud CLa1Iieyye.
    shaded lawn war a treat to the city
    to put water on land which Is otherwisetoo Mr. Christopher Drown who recently dwellers. Those who partook of Col. CiA'u.nnd" Cold ,X rill l
    for cultivation as It li doingnow
    tDII dry sold hi* orange grove and house at (or. and Mrs. Smith' kind hospitality\ were Try SCHLITZ FIZZ-a Non-Alcoholic Beer
    2 In the great West where 14 1 reclaimed antis, has bought a Building lot In the Mr. and Mrs C.:C. Malton, Captain D. SANFORD BREAD. CAKES AND PIES-always Fres

    "II Xo million* of acre, and has under way ) north end of'Titus' vllle\ from Mr. *'. 8. Hopkins, Captain and Mr*. 0. M. Cleveland Tour patronage solicited. Satisfaction guaranteed.TITIISi.vxxJIJ .
    ir Uxl twenty-six proposition embracing the
    : Norwood where he will soon have a Miss Hopkins, Mist Florence Tajr-
    : expenditure of a hundred million dollars.I -- - - -
    C < COIl: home lor and Captain and Mrs J. O. Walton,
    Z will\ do what I can to have enacted a formerly of Titunllle.i : x.rv-mn.Y: STAD
    :0 0xl F law, to put. In motion such action an will Contractor U K. Decker has moved

    a prevent the control of the prices of naval from the Gaulden cottage on Hopkins i CHURCH NOTICES. -n''
    Q: stores produced I.I the State, by trust street, and now occupies the whole of FEED AND SALE: SADDLE BO

    and combines, wtflch\ tend always by the second floor In the Walker: cottage KPIRCOIAL cncitcn. .
    ...ST ADLES... BUGGIES,
    manipulation to reduce the price paid at the north end of Hopkins street, Tltusvllle. Rev W. II.Cresson will hold service

    the producer and to Increase the price Mr. Pecker la drawing plansto at St. John' church, Eau Gallle, on BAGGAGE- SU

    jr PwF l paid by the consumer. The prices that. build a cottage for himself next to Sunday morning next at 10:30.
    I maintained the of Dr. D. K. Wilson. TRANSFER, and TURNO
    now prevail are artificially residence Dean Robottom will officiate la St.Gabriel' .
    by combinations and trust at the lowest church HAULING ETC. sly tla
    BEDFORD RACKR-: 'Iltusvllle on Sunday ?
    parking to tinker with At .olut tv flu point that the operator can possibly SHIPPING PINEAPPLES. morning, May 31st, at 11 o'clock; and In *
    Tight.' Long i aroundtaperlnalotnNperr.otat. live This should be prevented and the
    Marks Cocoa J. Ot
    Ou.rante.d for cite St. church on Sundayevening 1b4an
    year.
    MOVARCrlMiuto ordinary law of supply and demand con I A special train of tl carloads of pine at 7 30.WVC. TITUSVILLEIn rear of Robbins' Law Office .. F
    to inset the demand for a Dollar ring. trol instead It this la I done I believe apples passed through Tltuavllle, Wednesday
    ; Better than. any f I M plug sold BaUiraotlonKuarauUHxI. that the price will\ range from 30 to 40 night, on their way "to various --- -
    #' f. U. MEETINGS.
    ,, Made with Doubl Improved Mlo IniuUtlon. percent higher than they do now places north, east and west. Train loads INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTOR
    4. Ko wrap mlo. I. .... ."
    4? "8|.oll UlMxmnU to tb Trad. liability act to all cases where the Injury Coast quite regularly now as the Crop Is man' Christian Temperance Union will TITUSVILLE, FLA.

    w, RONALD & FISKE to an employee I la not caused solely by acid to be a large one thl season. The meet on the first Thursday at ternoon of prepared to furnish Ice In any quantity-Sacked or loose. Special

    I'4 STATE AGENTS Fla. his own wanton act. above special pineapple train I.I the first each month, 4 clock sharp, at. the home paid sacking for. Yacht or for family use. Falrdeallngls my mot
    Cocoa, -
    ?l If your dealer duel not handle them Mud to ui, I favor an eight-hour manual labor day one this season. of Mrs. C. F, Fischer on Jo'la! street. A. S. FIAT, Proprietor.


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