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 Material Information
Title: East Coast advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: June 12, 1908
Publication Date: -1891
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071720
oclc - 34175701
notis - AKR0019
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System ID: UF00079908:00076
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Succeeded by: Indian River advocate

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OL. IB. NO4Q.. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA FRIDAY JUNK 5.1OO8. PRICE. C>o.I .
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NEWS Geo. N. reriiiild: Hardware Co. JUST AKUIVII Mrs. B. Clark and children
LOCAL D << spent TITUSVILLE FORGING AHEAD AMONG THE HOTELS.

a few days In Jacksonville this week,

i Topics of General Interest Dealers Wholesale and Retail Hardware Another shipment of -Mr, Wade 1I. Jones' was In DeLand, Woik on Dr. J. S. Dvnlol's" houses recommenced 'Take note of the hotel ads on our
paints, oils, nash doors, blinds, HOT WEATHER CI.OT1JES, '
on Mondty.: "tl p
a few this week lulling Mr. Jas page.
days
lime, cement, brick and shingles. Hot from the shops of the 8 blo,sBros. (
TOE ADVOCATE, Alexander Mrs Januts Cnrllle Is have her rest The AOVOCATH Is file at all the
Machine bhops, all kinds of repair A Co. They are the very latest In on
UlO\ per annum, In advance." work on engines'! boilers and Naphtha style and color beautifully made, and Try Goldsmith for Groceries, deuce enlar ell and otherwise Improved. best hotels In New York city I, v
six months, Workmen are butlly engaged on tho 1
.;'S : launches
are guaranteed to stay la shape. The Continental hotel Atlantic Reach
to foreign countries Judge D. r... Gaulden, of DaLand!. ,
12.00 per an. Inside of Mil( Prank' H. lUttle's residence
Tin and Metal work, plumbing, steam Just run Into our store at tb *(lrst op. spent a few days in town this week attending has opened for the summer, with the '

hen you subscribe for the ADVO- and gas fitting. Good Work at lowest portunlty, and pick out what you want. to legal business on Washington avnittie. energetic Mr. )Bomls J In charge as heretofore -

.i by the year, It does not cost you prices We have them-Coats and INinls ol Contractor T McDowell U making ,

ee cents per week, postage Included GKO. (I. FKR\AI.J HARI>WAKK Co., every description tlO to $:ll). loud -Mr. K. L Brady teturned here, yesterday oonorets blocks R* fast an |""Niublr, for

'Sanford! Flu ,values every'! one.WINSTON'!. fromlils. business hip to Miami the Ritthbiiu .n'.ldonoa!,! In South Tlius If you Intend spending! the summer In
ten centl1I0e .
ads
notice are
Reading the mountains would do well to
r you ,
S. HKANMNII Mrs Brady Is visiting her mother' In vlllo.
on this page; read, the nd of Hotel Gates' Henderson-
-Mr. J. M, Cuban paid Jacksonville a Headquarters for Style and Value, Copenhagen, Teun, 1 A grand stand Is being/ cracked on the .
the ADVOCATE at Manda- villa, N, C., on our 5th page This fine "
r- Get visit on Sunday TItusville\ Fla. -Mr. Joseph Paiion a prominent ba..eballlrllllllla near the City wbaif, so hotel la under the able management of

u'r Jewelry store. -Ever'bodla orange grower of Rockled p, was t passenger that people oan watch tbe games with I
delighted to see a few 1\1 r.V m, Hewitt, who' has made a special
Editor E. D. Ohlln, of Melbourne, rain showers, after the long, dry spoil.Mrs. -Mr and Mrs. 'V",. finale, of Cocoa on Monday's northbound train rn comfort.Mr. rate for families\ \ and children during

In Titusvllle on Monday, was In town on Monday. to Jacksonville on a business trip, E. B. Wager bias built" a coiqmodt the montb of June.EASTERN .
Tree, Wilson left here
Monday, hust hnuse In front of his residenceIn .._
A haveed :SJT": Have paid subscription cue ---- -- ---
4fr. and Mrs. Fred Morgan for Indlanolu, to spend a week, with Airs\ you your -Mrs, E \\tleyeipeota to soon
Into the Prltohett residence' for S. J.'Field. ? Look at tile date. pay a visit to Atlanta,
lie of short duration for she likes expects to follow snit
rammer. -Mr. Walton to ,
Harry a prominent orange .
I
STI.L another
of
large Trous
Goldsmith for Groceries.Sir. I era just arrived-all shipment the latest grower at Clifton, was In Titus- spend the summeis In Tltusvlllo\ I 'ontrsotor P. J, Hall has" a staff ol i im..n Tbe regular. meeting of Friendship"

I very villa on Wednesday. -A communication received at this employed" moving' the residence iecently Chapter No 11, Order of Eastern Star,

Goo Glngras Rockledge's ex- patterns at Itrannlng's, Tltuavtlle.; i oihce! says that Die Stats Prohibition bought by the Bnpllst church I was held la Masonic hull, Titusvllle, on
Gen M. Robbing inJacksonville
yacht builder, paid Jacksonville a -The rugular monthly meeting of the Attorney was Patty will meet at Gainesville Fla., on from Mrs II. S. Wiley, to the Baptist Tuesday evening, when the usual routine
tbe first of tile
t the first of the week. County Commissioners and school Board to legal matters week attending June Oth. :Each, county Is entitled to church I 191 on Hopkins. street, business was attended to. I ,

Prltchett of Jackson took place this week. I before the closing of tbe Ch.pter.l\lrI.
,
Mr. Henry two delegates.Mr. Contractor K. H Mason Is placing a
GET your Straw or Panama Hats for (feo. M, Robblus on bi Wednesday
arrived 1 In Titusvllle, ,
-Dr. J. E Miller spent, a few days at and Mrs. T. J. Cookshutt, of fence around Mr. Charles '
*>k after his business Interests. Canaveral style and value at Branping's'Mliis : foal&un's house In Titusvllle.Alm of Friendship Chapter No. 11, In a
thU week, and got Iota of LaGrange, loft for Chester Shoals, yesterday II. South .

Mrs, h1. M. Bailey, wbo spent the turtle eggs/ on the beach j also soma line Susie Gladwln'a many friends to spend a few days with Capt. > new'" balusteis! and newel posts A neat little sHMcli| presented Mrs Mary. r
with beautiful
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er In TItusville, with her mother, tarpon scales.Mis. are pleased to learn she hal returned and Mis. O. A, Juarterman, at the U. S. around tbe veianda, which will consider SorlmgaouT/ a gold'
l>n <* that the weather f U at last pleas- Louis A. Brady and son, Park to Titusvllle for the summer House of Refuge ably Improve the appearance of the pro very feelingly thanked the

I ,n New London, Conn. hurst, have left Washington, Ga., and -Do not fall to read the big display -Mr., E. II. Armstrong, of Day toni, perty. ,n members. 'Tha name tif the recipient !

YOU WANT A BEAUTIFUL are now with relatives In Boston, having ad. of Ronald: Flake, those energetic the new Afpreanntsllva for the popular -Mr, Ewing flee, of Jacksonville, and the Chapter\ is neatly engraved on

ture, Free f Titusvllle Pbairoacy a very pleasant time. and up.t>date merchants of Cocoa. and tellable commlsulon house of Marx has boon In town a tow days I the badge. It was presontod to Mrs.Horlmgeour '

Miss Lena tbe talented Tbe ladles of the Aid Dros.., Jacksonville, was In Titusvllle on as a token of appreciation
:If f you know any Item that will In- Conkling, Presbyterian -Dr. Edward irrlcliN the well known
of Tltusvllto will another Monday, calling; on our merchants.f for ber faithful. service to the Chapter
t yourself and tbe public, do notk daughter County) ,Commissioner H. A. Society, give of I dentist Is now located at Walton, Fla.
it too much trouble to write andIt Conkllng, of Til I man, arrived at tbe their; sales of A>oked foods ,at Duren's I RES1I LINE FIVE AND) TEN CKNT I since its formation In Tit II U llIe. To f

Into tbe ADVOOATK: for publicr Palmhurst on Monday, to spend a few market on Saturday afternoon.Mr Candles at TItusville Pharmacy I' -If you want some good mules at areasonable the regret of her many friend, Mrs
dajs price, read, the ad. on this Horlmgeour will leave for California on
T. 'Johnson Cockahutt has his Attorney R. J. Whitney, of Alton, page. or about the 17th ID.tlllt0 visit relatlvus x

\\Ir, C. James Deubam left here on -Mr, Raymond Battle and baby left announcement In this Issue, calling III.; and Dr. M. Houvlwlle, a prominent and she my not return to Titus-
lay for Augusta, Ga.,' to join his here this morning for Georgia, for tbe attention to the fact that lie Is In tbe physician of Jacksonville, were among GIC'I In line with the butWlred of satisfied villa.

1 who preceded him about six weeks summer She was accompanied by Miss race for the office of County Commissioner the pleasant callers at the ADVOOATK: customers and, buy your shots Refreshments 41 of Ion cream, cake, etc,

1D o Mr:and Mrs Denham will return Lillie Bank Daoks 1'arver. They went for the 6th district. office Wednesday,. They are guests from !llrannlng's, TltulYl1l1'lneall"le followed", and a pleasant social eveningwas

oI I oo uiville In time for tbe 4ih of July via the Bu Johns Hlver route. TRY A BOTTLE OF\ HCI1LITZ FIZZ of the Sterling! trains, a quarter of a mile spent /

1D 1D a Try Goldsmith for grain.Mr. at Marvin Goodman's, near the depot, I -/llr. and Mrs W. It. Prevstt, of long, have boon. going( northwards tbe ------_ a

L MILLER, DENTIST:: TITUS- Charles II. Jefferson, of Hobe -Mr. E. M. Holman/ a well known Jacksonville, arrived In Titusvllle\ a few past week or so.Mrs. TEACHERS' EXAMINATION

o FU. Sound, to whom we referred In last property owner of Daytona, who recent lays ago. The former has returned Van T. Worley and two little

T lien Daisy Brady one of Tltusvllle's\ week' ADVOCATE:, Is now In bt. Loke's I ly went to his former home-Worcester, home, but the latter will make an ex boys leave, to-day, for Palatka and Ml The regular Ju.ua examination of
teachers for Brevard commenced
'sr young ladles, wbo 'Is visiting hospital, New York, receiving treatment Jan.*,-has returned to Daytona lie ended visit with her sister, Mrs.. W. S. canopy, on a several weeks'' visit-. with In the High Mchool bnlldlng county lltusvllla
writes that It rained all the while he trannlng, of Palm street. retail yes
0( ,rother.ln-Iaw. sister Mr. and for bill stomach trouble. \\'e hope to us
on Tuesday, Mr, John It. Walker, County
F. M. Woolen of'Camdeo,8. C., learn of Mr. Jefferson's early recovery was In Worcester, and after a week of -:Mrs, 8. V. R. Carpenter and Misses -Mr. I.. W. Doolltlte has. returned Superintendent of publlo Instruction, la

i us that she I Is much pleased with -We acknowledge receipt of an invitation such weather, he returned<< to Daytona Hattie', Grace and Daisy Carpenter, of from Atlanta, Ga, _where lie went on account charge

'en, but abe misses tbe Indian. from Mow Fannie IlenlettaSamll/ to spend the summer Miami I, who are known to several residents of the sad death and burial of his Among those who took the aiamlna-

breezes. to attend the closing exercises of that i-Miss Allie Gilmore, a charming; and of Titusvllle, were passengers on son, Mr. C. V. Doollttle.Quite tlon were:

CII. .Royal J. Whitney, a prominent popular school lu be. Augustine-St.'oseph's popular young lady from Jasper, Ala., V dne daj's train, on their way to Domorest number! of our people left WIIITK.

i e y of St. Louis, Mo., has been a Academy Tbe exercises take arrived In Titusvllle Wednesday, to Ga, for the summer. here yesterday, for COCOA, to be present Miss" Jessie Miller It Ellen.}. I

of the Sterling, Titusvllle\ for a place In Genovar' Opera house, Wed spend the summer with ber sister, Mrs Cards are out for tbe marriage of at the baseball match between Tltusvlllo Barbara 4t'

or so, bavlng come here In con nesday evening, June 17lb.A /has.. A, Gardner, at their lovely home Miss Ella Cornelia Singleton to Mr. Elton and Coooa," The game terminatedas Una K, 's

'" with tbe of on the bank of Indian River. This Urllss W. Hall, on Thursday, June 18th, A. Ada M. Comstock, Malabar. ,
foreclosure suit letter from Mr. C. I... Berge to follows: Titusvllle It 4 j COCOA, "
any vs. Souvlelle published In tbe Gllmore's first visit t.. our town, at 11 a m., at St. Mark's Episcopal Gertrude Stewart, Panyan.
[ he and his found
his office
family
says Worley the two old son "
much with Percy year Ruth Farley Malabar. ,
**TK. The for and she Is pleased It. church, Cocoa The bride-elect Is the ,
[ cue came up a everything In good chape at Ills summer of Mr. and Mrs Van T. Worley fell from HcofleM l )
Nellie Tropic ,
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talented of Mr. and Mrs (leo.S .
daughter
LC yesterday I IDIX1'Oi home in AdelpUa, X. J.; and although fJIOT OHAI'US.-AII kinds, of photographs the plains a few days ago, and sustained
be weather I Is pleasant I't does Lot taken In up-to-date style, and Singleton, ot Cocoa. OOIOKKP.
:: Is now located at SotI Compare a severe fracture of the collar bone !Dr.I H. O. McMillan Cocoa:
wharf, Walton. Dentistry In with tbe Florida climate. Mr. much cheaper than ever before. Portraits Governor N, li. Broward, who bad J I, C. Spell set the fractured member, It It. Monroe, -
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,inches skillfully\ executed ierge \has a cozy winter home at Yew Crayon, I'aatel, Water Color and been at Key West and Miami, delivering and the boy Is getting( along nicely.Mrs. Susie 1':. "

I>r. J. Edward Urlcb. Smyrna.> 011 Paintings at most reasonable rates, political speeches, was among tbe passngers 1 f
Wm. Mlokler of Bt. Augustine Annie II. Tsrver, Titusvllle. .
C and enlarged from any small photograph on Sunday's northbound train ,
r E. T, Hatch, of Washington, D. DR HOiroUTON, dentist, peck Block, Babies taken an quick as a and In conversation with the ADVOOATK arrived lo Titusvllle, yesterday, on a \,. W. Coihbln, West Palm Beach. J

'0 11'11 a guest of toe Sterling Tie -, Daytona, Fla. tf. wink, Call and see samples of our I editor, he said bU prospects looked very visit to daughter, Mrs. II, It. Fuller, Victoria Gibson, Tltusvlll

DlIs. for a weekor so, was among the Notwithstanding the hot weather work, and then you will know what I good for hi* election to the United! who resides on Main .....1I8t. Mrs. Fuller W. E. McDuffy, Oc la. ,

ot callers at the ADVOCATE offlce lilt Sunday morning, there was quite a we can do for you States Senate and children met Mrs. Stickier at tbe /.. W. Whlteroan Daytona.

- ''allay. Mr.( Hatch Is employed by good attendance at bu Gabriel's Kplnco- II. FAusT Titusvllle, Fla. trains />. W. Moore, Live Oak.
'ted'' State -Miss Maggie, Collins now occupies a H. C, Montlcello. JDELINQUENT
Scurry :
government to get lltmvllle where Dean Ho* Jack. ,
'.ca of the pal chuioh, I. -Mr.' and Mrs. F. T. Budge| Misses position In the TltnsvllU [Postoffloe !JaY. CJolonel John W fackett! of ______1-._
timber In thisFort
standing usual excellent
of his
bottom gave one sonville. on the government Corps of ''
and Helen and
I. Fannie, Dorothy Budge, Ing entered upon her duties a* assistant
Pierce TAXES
Is his next stopping sermon Daring, the offertory, Mrs. J. Engineers staff passed through h.re.
faster John Budge/ of Miami, arrived postmaster, Wednesday", rice Mrs. MaryA ', f.
-orlllard sang a solo, "Lead Klud1lLlgbt visit yesterday' on bU way to Ht.' Lucia River,
In 'lltusvllle, Tuesday, on a abort Hrrlmgeour, resigned Mrs. Scrim* We Brevard d.
are publishing county
'a''J' A, St. Clalr Abraras, one of ," which\ was beautifully rendered., with"Captain and Mrs. James I'rltchard, geour will leave the Postofflce on Saturday to look after the government dredge Inqnent' lax Hit this week, so If, you

moat brilliant\ criminal\ law. -Commodore J, U. Allen, general frs.> Budge's parents. Wednesday. after InlUatlnj Miss Collins Into boat. Florida owe any taxes your property will be

resident of Park street. Riverside manager of the Indian River Co., Allen they left for New York, en routs to her new dutle.r. ..- '" sold by auction on Monday, the 6th of
ovine, was a guest of tbe Sterling hurst, who bad been on a business tripto to WakefieM, R. I., to spend the sum Cows: VAC For Rale. llXtt.
July
[) M. of ,
rda pnvlelle, Jacksonville
1'1. and Sunday, and met many Jacksonville and Daytona, was a mer. They went north via Clyde steam r .
"'ds. Major Abrams was '.accom.b rued of the :Sterling, 'Titusvllle! part of hip; and were met at Charleston, 8. C., was lo Titusvllle on Wednesday and'bursday One 7 year-old *oow. Notice.

hit charming wife. Mrs. Geo Monday and Tuesday. The name of b y Mlns Stella Budge, wbo has been attending connection, with a fore Three Of -
'bins closure t>f land suit The Doctor says e.
gave a small party In honor Indian River llaulover Outing Club"was Converse Female Cblleg, Hparanburg ODe" Aa special meeting of the Indian
Is much ..
lor 'Itusvllle Improved since .,
aDd very < /<
bore Abrams on Saturday too long, so It has been changed to S. C. Mr. Budge Las shipped | liver Hanlover Outing Club, a corporation
his last visit but If the
Indian River Company." his big automobile north, so that he and ; towspeopU Two belfvrs-one 8 months. and one duly organized and existing under
would Improve the river front tear down
:SF. ---- ------ his family can tour the country. 10 months. The above e iws will come the laws of the State of Wisconsin! the
Mulen for Sale the old railroad wharf, plant out some *
1)eo,1st.
10 fresh
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Notice to Gmeri. of said was changed to
Millinery Wire, Flowers, wreaths etc. more shad trees on our streets, and lay Jersey stock Will sell reasonable name corporation" ..

ir of mules, souud and In good Marx Brothers, Jacksonville, Fla., Bias Seam Binding In Cambrlr.Medalions more cement sidewalks, this would be CAPT. J, W. WIIMOTT, Indian River Company
Joiin H. MAIN Keet .
sift *>. for vale at a reasonable price, wUtfto notify Growers that they will be Stan and Anchors one of the prettiest town on the East 20 Orlando, Fla.; '
baring| Dated Jlay 4th, IDOL 4f golderlne for meodlog agate ware, etc.
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present use for them. to handle their Fruits and Veget- Coast.
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Address BX, bias this coming season, it they wi!) FURNITURE DRY GOODS, SHOES. For Hal"l Cheap.

... Anvo4Ta office, Tltusvllle, Fla. hip good,sound stock. Over-ripe Fruit, Screen Cloth 30,_33, 30 and 40 Inches.Talkingmachines Cold Drinks, CAVI:: INN slB

Vegetables, or Packing House Refuse, Needles, Records. Most complete outfit. Ice Cream and -
and
Hardware will not be received. CNAs.A.GARnaxaTitusvIBePhone :Iii Sodas, the beet made. Service ones* Small Soda Fountain, Apparatusdt 1". Freeman, Proprietor, Bat Cave oI; I '
Etc. charging/ same. N. C. In the midst of finest scenery In
OrJ celled.
Respectfully, Everything up-to-date.
I kinds AIIO."WlndmlllaDd Pump western North Carolina; situated 14% '
of Hardware Job
both shelf MARX BROTUIW.Draylnc Printing. BANBKU DBI-O SToaK.Drarlnar.
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7. Paints, Oils, Ship Chandlery, 41.2 W. II. OLEASOX, Eau Jallle, Fla. miles from Hendersonvllle N. C., and, ;..

, and Glassware, call on us. and JlauJln. Do not forget the fact that tt the AD 20 miles from Asbevllle, N. C. The I

a'e the goods and our prices arestdery I VOC T. office Titusvllle ire do Job Wood for Bale. famous Chimney Rock and Bat Caves

All kinds of drsytogsand hauling printing of all kinds, neatly,cheaply and Dray Ing hauling of all) lad.promptly are near the Ion Rate reasonable.; .

.U- eaelve prompt attention promptly attended to, Satisfaction. zpedltlOQsly. -Letterheads, :Voteheadi, attended to. Meets all trains. Store Pine or oak, any length Also plow- .1

Jo lu.PBITCBLaD" Sox inaranteed. Bulbs ds, Envelopes Tags, and all other wood for sale at all times log and harrowing. See or address; J. TOT" OLD NEWSPAPERS for Sal. II

TUusvlll,,I"la.I .. JOHX KETTLE, Tltnsvllle. kinds D. Kt'tloi.TKY. TltuavlUe. W. Jamison Titnsvllle, Flu.t Cheap, at this office.! "'1'ax 'tJ J


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NOTICE. tY ODESCUtI'TION
rJ OWNER j; DEI'iClUPTIOS': o Owner

U hereby given that the following described lands, or no much !o : t -; t :
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NOTICE as will IMJ necessary to pay the amount due for taxes herein set e < Eow ] H (x <) E. ;:t
opposite to tin* Name, together with cost of such sale) and advertising, will be h c -

sold It publl" an/iononthe0thda7'. or July 1UfoI/ at the Court House door, All lra..t'I. . . . . 26 22 37 34 C.na'l'r.1 Club j 1 28 for 1110O. . . . . .'. 6 27 37 20 UnknownS ,4 ;

'J.tulVlllp! Florida, In the County of BrevarJ. All Iract'J. . . . 'Z'1 :.Pl 37 100 Canaveral Club. 4 00 of8WJiof8\V . .. 72737 20 Unknown ;
Lots 3, of, 6, ubd or Goy't Tuts I. E ,4 or SE J' . . . . 8 27 37 80 Unknown

rn 2 and :8. . . . . 16.2:1: 36 117 I.'. D. Cape) . 3 M Pert of lilt 2 AI deslnDeed Book .
aDESCIUI"PION ...s Part or lot 1 u d..ln. I Deed Book I 1'4, page 273.. . . 9 27 37 D 6S-100D. W. Tuttle !

: d 'rJ. OWNER a MyL 00, page 813, .ubtl of Uov't 3' Int In all as per plat of AIplnwall.1I -

,g 1:1: t e g- ;.. lots 2.-4, A . . . . II) 23 36 If 16.1001t. N. Simmonll et.1 :3 04) des In DI'"II Book .
at Part of I'4W J j or NE U II des X. page 7J0 ('Xllltl J. 11. Y. :.

,::: -t t':0! : _. In Deed Book la page 76, (t'sCE'pt Y. ) . . . . . ? It 27 ST 105 Unknown
loladt-.. In Del'd 1I0ok Hi: Lots V and Yu per of Aspinwall (
Deed
Iota 1t1 d N or I. A. Atew.rt'll 108)). . . 27 23 311 2 11. 73.14. Martin I 1)6) .1 des In Book
lu1>4I'n or Wrn. Garvin Ir.nt. .11 20 81i' 2 huo 1't'rrl. . j 1 3.1 Part page 01 I"W Sj end part of lot 2' X. pale 7i1O. . . . 14 27 37 21 Unknown !

All l'lullrant. . . . H 20 3S JOlt Unknown. . ::176 all des In Deed Book IF, page lot4IBlock pl.tofEauOallle ItS 27 87 )IrIGt'rtrudt'll, '8. QI

All BeKullCrant . . . 43 'lOl5: 3:10: Unknown. .. . 607 M6. . . 30 23 ItIJ 20 1). W. Tuttle . 683 ton
fart of lilt 1 I' dc' In Dt'ed' Lot lsutalof Oov't lilt 2. . :J.23:1T 10 Jos 1.1nD. . 104 W }j of lots 1 and 2 Block 22
Book VV. page 79,2 20 3.; 20 SaDieV. Yard7 97 An andj Int In N }. of lilt 3 plat "r Itau Oallle . . 16 27 37 1I1rl. Mollie !'III'III.ot I

fart or lot 111I dell. In J 1)'wd Itookvv and all of lots45,6. . . 31. 23 3i.: 160 'Hamptoll&Graharn 10. 16 Bl'k 2'2 plat of Eau Galli10. 27 27 Hampton Bradford 12 I
page '79. In arrears for Part or lot 8, del Jn, Deed Book Lots 17 to 22 Inc Bl'k 4 .IIM of
111(111. . . . . .. 2 20 33: :ro SalHe y. Yard 8 27SW3jofSEyofMW4deeIn A
1'. )', JIIIle W . . . 31, 23 3i 10 Room .4 Jefords 3 11N3aof$10auf out lots 21, 22,23, pint or Eau \
NWS4of8E Uatllt . . . . 10( 27 87' Unknown
Decal Hook 00, page, a12. 31 20 3.; 10 A. )1. Davia . 2 20 . . 6 24 30 3 Unknown . 140N3aof$10aofNWl4ofEj Lot 11 BI'k 6 sub div of out lots,
All rrao'l . . . lit :1II: 45 M. H. Mahaffy ? :3 34 ,. 21. 22, 23 plat or Eau Oallle. 116 27 37 Mose Taylor u1e

H S6 of NE 1/. . :lJ: :21 :44', 1010 Henry Johnson 3 34 arrparlt for lUfJ.! . . 6 24 all' 3 Un known. . 1..6 Part of lot I 13 III des In Deed .
NW 34 of NW 3j . . 21, 21 .0 Henry Johnson 1 6lNW3 l N632.1slaofS3632.104)aof14: : ) Bonk DD, page 3 I, Houston

of NW ;:j . :U 21 34 40 henry Johnllon.. 1 61 5j of 6 24 311 6 :32.1o10Unknown. . 1 46W add to Eau: Uallie . . 21 27 37 Unknown
NJ i(11 NE . . . 7 21 3.\ 40 JohnAlllplnwalJ. :276 N'1 3.2.1(8)i : /S 86' 32.1(1)) e'o f Lot 21: 110u8ton'I add to EaaGallie "

NW J j 01 N 11 4..8 ,21 3.J 40 John Atlplnwall: 0 23E2aof ;j 01 I'\E\ ;j, arrears for . . . . . 21 27 37 Mrs. Mollie !'UI'IIIot.

: M 7a (If ; 1111111.( [ . . . 6 2:166: :l2-100UnknowlI. . 1 76 J, 2, 6, 8, BI'k B, Hoescb'. i'I ',
or N\YJ1'. . . . . 20 21 35 2 A, Rtanlt') . . 1 01ltegin 84chand48ftofE.'ot14W add to Eau Gallie. . . 21 27 37 Ada I" HOt'lch

at
cur run N 110 yda, W 2&OdllHlJOYd"EIU'dll. : RII dE'l In Deed Book V, page! add to Eau Gallie . . 21 2'1 37 I'. Uo..ach 1 mi

huff{ : :! ., ,, 20 21 36 6 J.nw.Yolln/r.' . 179An 212 . . . . 17 24 ::16 .21Ji Unknown. . 3 71 Lot 1 BI'k C oe8ch'l add to norsflll

and tnt III part of SEf Wf of I'\W\ . 23 2" :III 1010 M. 'l'hompl4ol1. . ;..I 3&NW Eau Gallle. . . .1. 21 27 37 Mrs. Moille Snell
f 34' ()II'\E\ ;.;, dl'lI III Ured Uouk of NW ) 11I11 w 4 of H Lots 2,4,6 BI'k 0 Rot'sl'h' add

f i. $, poge 59. . . . .20 21 3 :3 I 0. L Young (Tru- Wg of NW i,.j. . . ...'. 26 2-:16: 00 M'lhompson. . 2 IT to Eau Gallie. . . . 212737 AdaL.Roesch
tee) . ., . 1 61An Part 01 Jota .11 des In Deed Book. Lot 6 BI'k C Hllelch' add to

1 undlvlllPtlt, a.dell.fnJl'e(1 '1'1'0 page 41.: . . . 27 230 13j H. B. 5.Jtartln. 1 "10 Eau Cattle . . . 21 27 87 Mrs. Mollie 1I1It'1I
; .
HE ;j ofHE fart of I'IW 34 of N\V i" leg 1.lItl 1 and .a BI'k D HoC's'h'lI .

1 k$4pegeb9. . .of 20' 21il :3 I Unknown . : 134 In Deed Bunk: E", page 2H8. 21'1 24 36 :1: Un k.lOwn. . 104 add to Eau, Oalllt!'. .,. . 21 27 87 .Ada L. HOI'1II1'11

Three a In 'J'own flat leW 8 :!O.of I'4W tj oflS\V .. 28 U 3tl 20 J. "'., C. 11. and J.A lots 8, II, 6 BI'k B RIIC'S"'I' add ail

; Grange between n. H Itreet t'\t'tl. . . 4:10 tl.l Eau GAllle. ,. 21 27 37 Ada I.. Hot'sl'h Id ret
and n. H. rllCht-of. wal. . .IH: 21 81: jJ 1 Unknown ;. . 210 Part ltoosch'sadd '
of lot 1 des In peed look Lots :3, 6. 6, 7 BI'k E, 0ITEI
Two acre or land b'd on N by Jpage223.: . . . 33 2311 Unknown . 135tsrtof to Eau Gallie . . 21 :.17. 37 .Ada L. Urn'sl'la
ronnty reed, E by landudrs lot 6 811 des In teed All Bl'k' F noellI'll' add to Eau '
In Deed Book 664
4 00, Coenltv )took (ll, .,alft' 118 J M l'Iandtr \ Gallle . . . . . 21 27 37 Ada L HOt'al'laH
H: -by land or nrt'Vllrl .' plat of Oocoa.. . . 33 24'& ::10 W/II./ 1IIIIIIIe. 2 82 01 I'\W\ 3j: of NW4. . 17 27 37 20 Laura A. Bradford
; hind dt'. In peed fl
by a. '
Part of lot II dt'll In Deed Book Aul of HW landsas del inDeed
_
Book RR. II/lICe 141. . . 2) 21 315. 2 Unknown . . 260 3j (.x
\ J. M. Sanders'
QQ 118 Books U HO OU '
} In NW of page page .
'Ive-aere.quare) cur lat.ofCI.olt"rrl'ar'ltlo..IIIM' 3324 36 Wm. Hlndle . 2 82! pll e81.and< puge' 147)). 17 27 37 13Gl' Unknown
lot I dee in peed hook It
W (0 feet of lot 6 J. M. .Sander' fart 01 I'\\V\ del In Dt'ed. .
61)) . 832131: 6 (l 4j all
W.'ruttle .,
n . :3 J 94
page of Cocoa .1.1: 21 ::16 Sarah\ A. lathes 3 11
An Ulldlvldt'II lot In lo1 plat Hook G(1. page 31. . 17 27 37 8J' D. W. Tuttle
H Lot 47 Dl ion's add to Cocoa 33 2ao Aollztltow. . 09 Part ot lot :I 814 del In Deed
Bubd. b (lov'tlot2. . 33 21 31n"w.. Tuttle. . 149
) 33: 24 30 Unknown. . . 1(5)
An undivided Int III lot 13 I.tlt8Jilxon.18dlltoC : BookS: rage 107. . ZI: 27 37 8J' John Asplnwall1VoofVv 1

Ti 'mbd.byOovtlot2.}i . . .,. 3.t: 21 83 10 D..W.'l'ulll.. . 220NF : Lot 51 Dlxon's add to Cocoa 83 24 3d/ Unknown . . 105 y . . . . 2t! 27 87 i. UnknownE3 +

: of .. . . . 3:1: 21 815 40 Mendel Lots Hardee's plat of Indian otMEjofsE3! . . 33 27 37 20 Unknown.LotU .
.1( 1'10/ J. C. ::111I1 '
All lurk 2 JUre'" ,add. to 'Titusvllie KlverCity . . . 33 :24 30 f Eliza Wllklns 5 4* BI'k A Metcalrs add to :eprf
,
All of lot iO: and strip 20 ft wldnon Melbourne . . . ,8 27 87' Mre A. 'I'hIlIllRM
. . . . . 11.1 21 33 J. I,. l'aralJlor, . 2 20
E between lots 21) and 30
Tot. laud3 . . . . 8 21 80 112 Canaveral Club. 383Iot.1 I All 131k 1 Metca1f' add to Melbourne IIDC4IIARI
2 3 N and u. Hardee's plat of Indian River . .. . . . 327& 87 Unknown ,
01 HW, ,3 1. 1VSj. .NEj. . .Eli: 10 21 ::111 f)31 Canaveral Club. 1091 City, arrears for HUM( . .. :33 24 :30 ChaaIferrln.. . 0 08Wm. HW !> of s1V3j: . . . . )::1 2M 86 40 Calvin Platt
? Lot U Assessor's. of Cocoa S3 24 30( .l 4 00)
I.ot 1. . . . . . 11 21 ::10 M Canaveral Club 2111 plat' : : : : : Lut3Block (} plat oUfelbourll8 2 :lH :n Unknown .
N 20 of lots 2 and 3 2 24 37 8 J.iT. Hood l 04
a 1.01. 4 BI'k! 91Iat of.Mt'lbourne 2 28 87 Unknown
All frao'l . . . . 33 21 36 276 Canaveral Club 8 40 .
).otl2 and 3 of NW Lot 1 subd lof lot 1 and :X pare; Lot 1\ Bl'k 9 plat (If Melbourne '2 28 37 Unknown.
N1Vtj ISE and SIof 11,14of of lot 2. 11 2137 5 Julia A. Hood . 311 'I.otM and 0 JU'k 0 plat of Mel- .

N1Y3j. U Ii N :8 a of E: part of lot 2, des in bourne. . . . 2 29 37 Unknown
I'\W\ 4 1 . :: . . .H 21:10: .00 Canaveral Club 1200Allfract'1 '
DIM 10 25 30 3Wnl\ llerwin[ heirs 60
12
. . . . . 6 21 87 //12 Canaveral Club. 190Allfrpct7 peedBookIpage : : Lot II BI'k 15 plat 01 Melbourne 2 J'lJ
\. . . . . 7 21 :i7 70 ('anav"ral Club :2..J 4AlIlract'l :J a as des In Deed Book Lpag :3 28 87 Unknown .
182 11 25 36 :2 L. SI.( Gardner. 146
,. . . . ,' H 21 37 4:1: Canaveral Club. 1 61 .L. I.o 0 1U'k Itl plat ot Melbourne 2
All frat.t'! . . . . .,. .17 21 87 122 Canaveral Club 3 92 2 a as des In Deed Book L, IlJA'I! .I 3 28 37 Un known.
182: for HKHJ\ .7. 11 2311: 3 I I.. M. Gardner 140
arrears LotOBI'k20 plat of U"lbollrn8 8 28 37 Unknown
I All fraet'I( . . . . .IH 21 37 1110 CAnAveral Club 6 '9"Allrrl't'l '
. . . ". '21 37 6:10: Canupral Club 186:; art of' H Ji! of HK: V jl'sallWJ:: I IJlooklO Lilt 4 new 8ubd of Bl'kll: : plat GEaltar
of )lot .
', All Iral't.I ... . . .i,20: 21 87 "KI) Canaveral Club 141111 H 3 as of llelbonrne . 2 28 87 unknown ,
; 13 23 30! 22 T'1( J. Sulvan! . of
42 i ( 678 24
page : N :IU It of lot -I lll'k pint "
All frart'i . . . . ..i21 21 117 1211 Canaveral Cluh 392
. fart of lot 1 as des In )Deed hookS Melbourne . 2 28 37 C.13.'McBride
Allfrect'I . .. :n 21 37 18 Canaveral Club 103: .
8 3:10: . . 14 23: 30 1 H. . .
pHge' / IVKby; 6,48Part Lot 7 BI'k :20platof Melbourne :I 28 37 Unkllown.
.
All frnet' . . . 2H 21 37Sail/ Canaveral Club. 16 16
E3and Ej ofSW: \ ;(. . :10: 21 37 4110 Canaveral Club. 12(6)1Y1' : ) of lot 2 I and part of HWi \ Lot 8 Bl'k 20 plat ot llplbolJrno 8 28 37 Unknown l Malls

01 1'\F..l.\ . . . . al: 21 87 110 Canaveral Club of XE Aj deals Deed Book )"Ii I Lot 8 Bl'k 20 plat of Melbourne
.
I 4' N4 uf NNj, fiR ;l (If $ 70'NE page 3:1n: ,, . 15 23: 30 6,1. S. P. Eby . . 10 50 arrears forlMe4.: . . . 8 2S 37 Unknown it Liar
All of Gov't l lot> 3, ScoSJ( Twp Lot 4 BI'kl: plat of Melbourne :3 24 :/7' 1t1l16 Savage
1'118jaud loti .ndl.: . 3:1: 21 37 .10 CenaveralClub . 1260. :ItLifail.
All freet' . . . ... 8'' 21 37 aoo Canaveral Club 011H 2t., Hange :IM and all lot 4, sec Lot H BI'k SJ platof Melbourne 3 28 87 Enos Gatlker
}.. 01 lots 6 and 6, Block 1\\, 11)1"25) : Hnnge37: (except Lot 2 H'k! ::!lIlllat Mt'lbollrne 3 2S 87 Unknown

'J.ltuHvllh'[ . . . . 8 22 3.\ j). 'V, Tuttle. . 20:1: lands as des in Deed Book AA Lot3 B1'k39 plat of Melbourne 3 2S 37 Unknown /
l.ot.1.,11! mud HI Hobbins .t page 84, YJ'"R'eJa4lNp"gl' 21' -30 Lot 3 BI'k 47 plat of Melbourne a 2S 37 Unknown I, .

Oraham', .. 8111to TltulVlIIl'? 8 2.t:. 83 D. W. Tuttle . 6bI 73 and UU, page293): ). 19! 23 37 B4 Unknown. . 904 Lot oj Blk 47 plat III Melbourne 3 2'i' 37 Unknown w.R 0"E"
) l..ott6, 7, 8. 9. 10 Jill nt'r,1 1If', .(il 28 Plat of ieorglana. 80 237: 2}{ (D.Watrous . 4 00 l.otl'1,2, :3 I. 4 Paine lIarrlnl-
I Lot ;30 Plat of 30 33 37 6O.. D.Watrous . 164 I "leon
anaddtoTiluevllle. . .'. 3 22 31 Carrie Alien . 364 lleorglana ton' Bubd and add to Mel- It
Lot 4, (except 1 a as des In Deed In tar era
botgrne a. pllltted Plat
H }' of lot ll: Ju'nt'rvllll', all V. his..
add toTItii.ville. . . 8 22 33 Unknown . .. .. 2 20 Book P, page 280)) 10 23 37 20)4- D.W. Tuttle . 3 11 Book No. I, )1811'1' 661 and 811 x. lUll-
N ,', of lot 16 and all lot 17Jo- Lot 1 (except H 6 7-10 a and S des in Deed BOllk PI', page l1J: 8 28 37 Unknown "nC,1

Iu nerviliean add to '1'ltll"vlII., 3 2:1: 36 Unknown . 11 82-100:! a of lots 3)). J2t: 37 02'f I). W. Tuttle. . : 3 48 Part of NE Sj: a8 des in Deed .1If'Lh{ Hnlherd .
1,01. ail Joynl'rlIll'. an .Ihl. to :2 20 NW >{ of HK\ Ji . . 27 20 :30 40 M.\ M.\ Snell . 104NljofSW'3jandlot2 nook W, page 5. . . . 3 28 37 C. n. McBride ,<< I

., 1'lttlIlV1II8. . . 8' 22 s'J Unknown . i 1 41) ,. :23! 20 37 122: Unknown . . 4 0(1( Part of I"E of l'iE ( as dee inDeed .Wendtlass. ,
Lot 5.ubd uf lot UfI, Joyner. xit 1 or all fract'l . 29 :20! 37 14 Agnes E. Daley. 14 at: Book W. page 23 ? . 3 28. 37 3! Unknown 1 Liu.

vllle, an add to Tousvllle. 8 22 83 Unknown . . 1"1) Lots: and 3 and W }X of SEt 30 2tl7! : 200( Agnes E. Daley . 14 63 E6tjaoflV :20a of NE 4 of Oftl8V' ',

Lot 66/ Herllpll'. add to Titu.yule. .- Ny( ofHE Jf. 3120 87 80 AI"l'huaCountyAb- ISW !.c. . . . . 8 28. 37 6. .t 1I1r8. :I<'annle Burn'

. . . . :3 I 22 :m J. Jamleon . . 2 48 1 etractCu . 3 43' Y Sj of W"40f Wt$. . 8 28 7. 10 Wm. Id. WheelerS
J q. Jot M. Hl'rlleU' add to 1'Itu.-. Jot Iii . . 83: 2(1( 37 88 1). W. Tuttle. 4,00 jj of\\V:"\ U 01 4" '' 3 28 37 30 B. Adams eu tt.r

vlllt'. . . . 3 2:1: 83 Carrie I AUpn. 2 20 Lot t'of Stewart's Homestead E of H W'11' of :SE Sj. . 4 28 37 20 A. H. Fee Imes i i1Ork
All Ilk. k. 3", 3., :III, ((EL14 100 / 33 20 37 m* J. T. Snell . . 7 84 SW jofNWjNyofSW3j
ft. of Blo'k Iltll) subd. of E ;, J t I NK.t40fHE tj. . . . :2 27 31 40 M. M. Hnell\ . 4 (8)) and NW ot I'IE 10 28 87 100 Unknown /

of NE J. AI yor Plat rl'cordl' r Ei. . . . 13; 27 30: 4HO Unknown. . 170NWSjofSIV4' NWjofNWSjNttoft4W3jand ,

In Deed Hook I, Mil and : . . . 13 27 3d! 40 Unknown . 140 N\V3ju I'iE 4' arrears FIHldllO

al del. In peed) Hook page /A"' All. . . . . . . .127 30 C40 Unknown . . 15 57 for 1801 . . . . . 10 28 37 100 Unknown. ,
2M, (except H. H. 0111l11C8, w_ W H uf NK if, W } ol SE Iutll and 2. . . . 13 2S 37 jO ;A. E. Valentine i K..lOil
if ) 4 22 38 'IItiit ;. and W |" of SW li . . 15 27 36 240 Unknown. . . 64:1: heirs. .
Unknown .
Lt4Wllbnr'ssub.LofNE20a' .1. : 660 N\V4jaodIofS1Vrj. 13 27 30 210 Unknown. 012 SE 01 XE 'tjantiNE of SE3j1ex Sass's,

of Iele.pinegrant.. . .:. 3 22 36 Unknown . . All fract'I. ,*, : : : : : : 10 27 80 000 Unknown.: : : : : : 14 (13 In H. U. right-of-way) U 28 37 73 A. B.: Valentine Jones,
220
> Lot 6 Wilbur'. .uM of NE 20 a ].ot.llland2. . . . .1. 21127( 30 83 Unknown. . . 234N'4 r fl T.

of DalesOne{ grant. . :8 I 2:1: 35 Unknown . . 220 : of N H' and SWJf of. NW J{ 21 27 30 200 4438 XE 44 or NW Sj. . . . 16 2i. 87 40 W. C. Culbt'rt4on ruCol
'' 'o'l Jot 18 Wlomr's.ubd:: :I, of' NE20 a All . . . .2:1: 27 30( 6.0 Unknown. . . 13 B7 lots 8,
oflleleepinegrant.. . . 8 2:1: 33 Unknown. All ,ex t>E Vf of'SW )ijji, . 23 27 3d ')00) Unknown. . 14 63 of lot 6 E of creek) l lopHon'. Walkerl.aIl
4 W Ji ot Ii N of lot 20 Wilbur'. . . 149 N ty .. . . . 24 27 :30 320 Unknown. ., . 801NW lIbd_AI recorded Plat Book .

iii, lubll. of N E 20 a 01 Dt'It'Plllne 1.. . . . . . . 262738 1(10( Unknown. . . 423 Xo. 1, page ( : 24 28 37 GO) Mollie E. Ilopson tot,a,

It //rant. 8 2:1: 3/1/ EJ'ofI'lW *f . . : : 214 27 30 .0 Unknown: : . la: Lots 8, 4, 6,6,7, S (ex that part; COIt.
!, dl" Unknown . 1 49 ,.. . . 2827311 40 Unknown 140'' ran
E }. (Ir Ii ty'of lot 211 Wilbur'. NWSjof(4\Vj; . of lot 8 E ot creek) Hopiton'ssubd ',
.. .ubd. ot .1)241 a of IIt'II'Pllln8rllllt Xj" of NW .of [taEj. . 28 27 30 2) Unknown. . 02SE as recorded I'I.tBook Lttua TIW
: tlf 1'1 1''; . . .. 28 :27 30 40 Unknown. 140 ,
'(a
/{ . . . 3 2:1: J6 Unkllown. . . 149 .iNo.lJage62arr"arlllorl1111J! 24 28 37 00 Mollie K. Hopson
1 Lot 21 Wllbul', .ubl!. tlf :0111a ; XE&of'xWtfof ; .. . ,. . 33 27 30 40 Unknown. . I 40 Lot 9 as des ln> Deed Book V, ''slat ass
NW ; 'of . 33 27 30 40 Unkno" . .
NEj n. 140 n.IIRBY
,
01)7) snbil
()f 11t'1t'lIpln8 rant. . 3 2:1: 3\: Unknown . page llopoun's as
1 2:10: '
E I, of lot 22 \\'lIbur' 111M of :NK If . . . 33 27 36 40 Unknown. . 140 recorded In PlatJtookXo. 1, ,
I (Efcof NEiKjrofxw . . . .33'n: :30 .0 Unknown. . 140 . gLup ,
'F:2)aof I 1>. lespinegrant. It 2:1: 3.\ Unknllwn. . . page 6:1.: . . . 24 28 87 10 D. I8.MBls.N11' a+uldel
i, 'V I.I! of lot 2:1: WIltJllr'. IlUbti of e 1 .u : J4'.. . . . 3i: 27 :30. 40 Unknown . 140 4j ofI'lW"i . . 20 23 ;l7 40 p,1''I'uttte 610001
VU'Uof XWKifofNWJf> . . . 3:1: 27 30! .ao Unknown. . 140SW H,6 'i
.
.
'... .r.J.:20atlf; : )'It"J1lne grant 11 2:1: 31: Unkntlwn. . 104 W6atJrH-aoCJoU. .. . 0 28 33 tl Bank of Ft Pierce .Hall,
1 tll NWtj. . . 33 27:16: .0 Unknown . 1 &01'I.
It.) 4 and 3 Delespin'e grant 1 2S 311 111 Id. J. . Lot 3ot .I.\ . 2D 28 33 45) John Asplnwall MenrynaT
lt'J1h..n.. 6110
1''I\ .N of lot 6 111'1tpplne[ .. . . 33 27 3(1( .0 Unknown. . 140 (. 1 . . . . 21 23' 38 2I! John ApJllnwall /

, d atrant. . . . . . 1 23 M 23 CEItamor. . 2 20 XJo 44 of sw t?, . . . JJ; 27 ati: 41) Unknown. . . 140 OE: li of XW M and XE H of sSW anon,,
-. Ii .4 nf NE 44 and.N !i of-E: J111'1I''plul' ( S1 *of SE SF.8. of$1Vj. } . 31; 27 30 20 Unknown . ((2 <4' (ex U. a as des InDeed k nranTITI'B I

grant . 2 2:1: 33 ItlO xfc *.( of ; . . . ::13 27 30, 40 Unknown . . 140 Books O({, page 8, and *
6.. N of H l tit NLy" of 8)O 1)elpPne 1Iltr1. t"lhl'n. ,. II S7 SW 14 of 1"1t . .. . .. .. ::1:1: :27 80! 40 Unknown 1 44)SE.of21Eaj HS page! 219, 1y! a as des inDeed a,
: ; . . . .. : 30 41) . ,,' wl),,,
3:1.27 Unknown 140 *
It'rllnt. . . . g 23 3.\ 27 O. Halllor. .t. 1 Book UU, page ((18, lOa .
49
j '. All fra't.1 Ielt'PJllne grant 13 ::13 :1.61H IJnknown . ., :m UH Ei4' ofNfciW4of ? . . .,. 3.. :27 3(1( 40 Unknown . 140 to Wells All des !In Deed Book ;: Wole
. :I.j 27 30 40 . '
NE14. Unknown .
'. All frat't'lllel""I.lnl' grant. 14 2J: 3 1 040 Unknown . .t. ? 140SWS4ufNEtj GO, page ) (ex 10 a to Dutch- ; > a
.
1+493 . . . 3. 30 40 . r.l r
:27 Uoknown 1-10 in
N''' Dale.{pine ICrant. . . 15 2:1: 85 3'41!)) Unknown. . 060 er as de'' Deed Book W, \ 1110 eatm'sr
All Delete! grant . 10 231.tJj0 Unknown :- Eli of NK4' . . . . 3. 27 86 40 UnkJl\\n. . . 140NES'ofNw4 page 232):! 8 29 38 88 L. K. Bralnard
1M tIS . . . 3& :27 30 .ao Unkllll"'II. . 140 S. '
All Dolesduegraxt.;. ) . 20 2J: 35 1140 1Jllknown. . . 18f13 Lot; ? 10 29 88 32 John V. Baird
:SW L3 ofNlVtj . . .3. 37 30! 40 Unknown . (
140 I.ut
1
All lteleepnegrant.[ . :.II :IJ: M tJ-j0 Unknown. . 38 113 15 2!) 88 2>> John V. Baird 1' 0 l
I'IW . . al 37 30 40 Uoknown aa
1'1' .t11eseept( ] 24 R lyingof)) Del- I4 ofSW3j, 140 \ K) a of S\V .V4'c f NEt i; 21) 38 10 E.Cecil. rarh '
S.J'ofN\\-: . . . 3-:1736: .ao Unknown. . 1 40S.L .
., . . . .2:1: 2J: 31617 Unknown . )02:1: N 10 a of :SW >4' of NE ;., ar-
:', All .Jllnl'' nt-IE''plnl'' jt'rant. 211 U: 3.400 Unkno-.rn. uf EHt.tb\V ;.&. . . 'H 27'' 30 20 Unknown. . . 02N1SjofS : rears for 17 29 38 10 F.. Cecil
All fral't.'lln t-II''lllnl' grant 30 2:1: 83 11.0 Unknown . .. J201) \\' J-i . . 34 27:16: .ao Unknown. . 1411NE I :VO'/ a 01 H JOS ors: F. \' . 17 20 38 6'. E. Cecil
All IrR't'lln Uplt'IIIf'lnt' : 18 JJ: M 40 )6 111 : 44 of SE I/ ?. . . . 3. 27 36 40 Unknown. . ... 1..0 N 84 a of SEi: of NE fr, arrears .
grant Unknown. . -
3 34 .
Lots 2.3, 4. 6. . . 2 2:1: 37 1:10: ('anl\t'ral Chub 3 ..tr S1VSjof SKljj.SK . . . .3' 27 :SO .a0 Unknown. . 140 fur 1KW!/ 17 29 W 6'i! E. Cecil
l.ot.I. 4. 44. 7, 8, O. . . :3 2:1: 37 jli ('anaverel I Club II 4t V4 of SK IV.-. . . . .' 8' 37: 30 40 Unknown. . 1441j All Of SE 'U of NE t| H of landsas

All Ir"'t'I.. . . . of 2:1: 37 430 Canaveral Club :s..t ofSWfiNW . . . .3.27 80 .0 Unknown 140 des in Deed Book H, page
', Lots to 0 .? 6 2:1: 37 2\0: Canaveral Club 10(11 : fiof SWlf. . . . S27: 30: ( .0 UnkrlOwn. . . 140SV4tof81Vtj. 820, and 1113, page 17 29 38 S3 E..Cpdl.

. J.olIll,6, 1. . . . . .. 6 VIl7: HilI) Canaveral Club. 0 281:itJ . ... . . 8.27 31110 Unknown. . . 140 All of HEi of NE 4.4 of H lands ,
I'Iln. of SW 3j . . . 31: 27 :30 49 Unknown. 1 ..iONEtt des I InDeed
I Lots 1:1,3.: :. . . . 7 2J 37 110 Canaveral <'lob 8(3 as Book H, page!
NE of :eE34. . . 337./ 30( 40 11nknown. . 140 33O, and KK 14 arrears
.
) . . . . . II 22 37 10lt Canaveral Club. 4 2:1: page ,
All t'rlirt'J. . . . .. . II 2:1: 37 4)0 Canaveral Club 108.11 ) \ ..ioII'l10{. .. . . 337./ :30 .au Unknown. . . 140 for 1000. . . 17 29 38' 2-4 TjCecll.V ,.
.\ fraet'1 . . . . 10 2:1: 37' 1M Canaveral Club .00 SWj of 'E'4: . . . . 8.27 30 .ro Unknown. . . laOI'IEI.of 30 a of NE If of RE l 4 17 29 88 30 E.. Cecil
NE 3j . . . 3.27 30 40 Unknown. . . 146 30 of NE\ .
All (PXI't'pt NE U. . 11 2:1: 37 627: 'Anavt'ral Club 111'8 ? a >i of SE !{, arrears.
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't; All fraet'I . . .. A. U 2:1: 87 Canaveral Club Itot Lot 3. . . . . . . 1 87 37 331. larhua.1b1trat'tCo 1 04Lot for 111)jJ! . IT 29 38 80 K. Cecil.
N1VAj of NE l j and Iota 1 1,2:1, 4. 1 27 87 663, Alacllua.1b1tractCo 1 6- 810 a of N 13 a of NW31ofl1K .. .,I'

r F .a, 6. . . . .';. ... .\.. 14 2:1: 37 3113 ('8n\ypral Club 7 8.a W.>, of XW V, W >{ of SW U, 11 17 :29! 3S 10 A. O. Hunt. 04 14,
All .: ;. 1:1: 2:1: 37 .2t Canaveral Club andSKtiofHWW. .. 9: 27 S7 200 W.U.II.OIea"on. 102i: N II. of H 13 a of :XW W of 8Ei 'Ik0 nHH
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lot fraet'1,1. . . L." . ]0 2:1rr: 77 Canaveral Club 9233i :37: Lots I, :23.: ., .DeedBook 3 :27 37 124.: Glenon Bro. & Co 764 \ al des hi Deed Book KB, -
Part of loti .
I I.2 des in
} (If IU.. ... .H. 1 ,. 21 2:1 80 .olVt'r.1 Club 234 D page & 17 29 38 -6 McKenna
i II fral.t.I. . . ,'.'. ... ..\.. 2:1: 2:1: 321 l' Club 8 14 1. page X4D. B 27 37 S )[r.. C. B. McBride 217 N5 a of 1'4 l:1a: of NW Sj of SElf' /.. -

I' 'II Ir..t.I. . . ... . VIII: 306 Canauareralaveral Club 761 Part of lots 1 and 2 des in Deed as dl'llin Deed Book KR.page ,' A
All fraet'L .. 21 420 ('anaveral Club 10 10 Book no-lllIffl 41. . a 27 37 13 D. W. Tuttle. . 430 HI, arjeers. for 1008.) 17 29 38.. 6 J. McKenna
and 8. . : : 26 == g 133 Canaveral Club: 3 64W S 3, of U. lIn 37 20 Unhowp. . 92: R o
of of NE
SV HKi If, arrears ?
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EAST cmsr ADVOCATE; TITOSVIIJJC.: FLA. JUNE 5, 11108. 3

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O O OO OO OOOO V CROSSING THE OAR. TIIOSYILLE FLORIDA ,

'" 7HloJ"'OlHl'TlOX. 1

r is less <. Dying Words of Some of the World's I.)w nm. !
t, Consumption deadly than it used to be. Famous.. Men A Favorite Spot In a Favored Ji1lli I

Secton-The Famous East 6 ha I
Notlmsirel who died alone In bU .I.. I
Certain relief and
usually complete recoverywill e'ti1J room, food Ills own symptoms| tu tlu Coast of. Florida. ---.----

I result from the following last A letter to his asfUtaut I Ir Mid Continurlfrom1'age2/ )
treatment r{ .
: to hit\e elided as follows: ""'rlt tt"u S10aof\lt't4of $i: 14 17 21) :d I$ 10):' Ct'.r". ",, . . 104
, late o. the etruliig. uf July 0 Just after ON THE BEAUTIFUL INDIAN RIVER, S10a ofhrtlMh; \.t. SI': tjar .

Hope, rest, fresh air, and-Scott'\r tx'|,rrleuctiiK these meters attacks- .tI 1 17 :1i eM III 1-.C..I1I\: > ::. . 10..

1 died of calcification of the arterlos." The town of TUusvllto l Ie situated 011 HtofNEtotNWl4E13aofS \
EmulJlon. of\Wt'ofNW\ J.i ,
I i Traubo also made olmcrvntUms on him the Florida Est Coast Railway, lU anti k J\:\ a or N .1 j ut tI\\ t4 .

ALL DRUGGISTS COo AND SI.OO. I IOOO self to the \ery end Ixicoik' expressed miles aouth of Jacksonville! 145 miles ot S1.. . . . lit N1 I 3i frI) C. 1'. Platt . 1 b 41.;
a wUb to be proM-tit! at the |>oi tmor- north of Palm Beach and 212 mile Slit a of'oE! tj \\ ot 11. .(. :I/OIlIi/ : :'id,/ 10 (ITDknowf---------. :2 141 ,

OOOOO OOOO torn examination on hiwr-eit, and auiourf north of Miami. The TUusvlUe branc ll NEt4 :111:111: 3" lull t T II know.. . .'. 7 11&
.- Cuvler's last recordedord* Is a remark l of tbe defunct Jacksonville! Tamp & otI"E'.an..I"I" SE14ofIdEt4" : ;RI 1; 2\1\ 8t1 UII (TllkIlOWII.' . . -100 '

i as bin fingers! twitched Inrolun- : S ntSEtgandNEt4ofSK1d! : .
Professional Cards. Notice.' tartly: "Charles Hell la. right: 'Ce slot I Key West lUllroad, now controlled bl arr"arsfor1155. . : . ::13 :211 3/01/ IUnkttown.:!\ . . -I SO v
the Florida East Ooast Railway Co. S I.. of SE' 44 amid. ,$F: tj or I"E" ?
lee forte de la \olonte qul soot maladlfs. -
IS 1IERKHY OIVKN THAT NIX .' labo runs Into the town-this being the ljarr"sreforlisi. . ill'211: :38 IO:! tJllkllllWII) .j. . 4,30
1 -110. M. BOBBINS NOTICE: after date I shall apply to a. R. I Dye Dntldaou. professor at terminal point of that branch Thereare NW t4 t.f SW t4 ., . ; IIlJ: 8d 40 tlIknuwII.! . :2 81
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Y for Will..'". County Judge of Un.var.t COllnl,. Aberdeen died Immediately after ea) several trains arriving dally< I hum SUOaof t'Jn4 . 10 ::111 :td tlU Ii re. (). )H. 1lclirid2: 2:1:
anal
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR Itutateut a Mr.dlerherga, klArths ;..P.chovler wimintetretnr:: the log to tins ('class speaking of the next I II I Jacksontllle and Sanford during the 4 a AM sits In Ilw'd 1ttok (l, 1'1I1r" (

::11..7 wu..1'lm 8WKESr\: meeting which was never to take I au 20 ::10 ::1/01/ 4 F. r.. :\lltdlt'II. 1 9. r
., ATLAW.a I place, "Four o'cloik on :Monday, soasoii. -I a as d11 III I I1etol I Book\ O, pair.-' t
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In State and United States .\ > >lic.itlon for Tax C tleiueui; 4 o'clock. eeu'l As the county seat of rflvard ...0110t etlarr"arsfor11551: . 211 ::10) :it 4 F, r.. It\tt'll.\ ., 10.4 !
, practice | i : heed Several doctors have taken ,, It has m court house and a modern ieet :2 t . . 1\; ;:\ ;Inm .14 11111.1I.Wn. . . S IS
,Court leave with a Meting to those around jail building with rarely over two or ietta I 11Ill. 11 I. 1!. 1:1.: (lrAllt :Stat :BTU

FLA. Under Section I If Ch 1t'1II111/trallt ::10 &I 2J, I.. Gingrito'h 146
Office at TITUSVILLK ( i>ter4Mi8Ijiws of HorldrOriRIS them Astley Cooix-r's last recorded tore Inmate. The population Is over
I.tlil. to 11. la: tlrftnt R
, \ HEHKHYOUKN!: TIUTSIMIK 1:1.: Set
*- K. ltr."l>-J'"rchotll8r of tax rvrtincate Nn. words are, "God bless you and icoodby 1,000. Illness! Is no rare, that. one doctor }'Jt.mIIlKirallt.. arrears for 87 tlIiWli

L. GAULDEN, mi, has!l.1.. flled dated Mil the rertlrtoata std day In fir July A... U, to you all lie bad previously nakl to In town finds ample! time to act' Itr ( 1 . 1)1' 3A 23 J. I.. Olnjrltl'll .. 1 ,11 .

baa maileiplluatlon. | for tax d....,.n t>,ils i..lIIl..ua In. and aoounUiira tip physicians Itrltfit. and Chambers. Justice of the Peace awl Notr' ., *. Lots 11.111.11.1:1.: U Grant Nee 0 .

ATTOR. EY.AT-LAW, wit. law 8lil oenmoat embn<."s "( oo'. will t he done; Got bless you ll.e. b *ldes Attending to his I II FIeidng (lrAllt, arrears. for 711"11I
thetollowingdeerrlhed property| situatml luliravardouiinty.Florida an 01'4 ::13 J. I.. (llfgritci) I 711 '
rill practice In .11 the Conn of the But to.wit: lath! adding 'ou must excuse w. practice, while the other fin'.* tn .
and the United States Courts. HoRlu rat. tevt Kof 8W curter of Lot 10, ruin K but I shall take no more medicine" I huntln I.ute25,20,2i: :2H,2l1trantMI I ::11o .
rtorlda,
M ft. MM ft, W4HU, SflUft; J.rtnflAtt go F'Irnthlgtirant . :IH :1/01/ 21 J. I... (IInJrlh'h . ,1 .11
.0 Son,23&. TITU8VILLE, FL.J .. sand;. 10, ink F.'Iltu.vllle: 8e\). S, te.I., S, H. M Ilenjamln Unxlle was beard to mutter, I Around IHusvllle! are a number Lute :.t't.: 2tl, :27 :II. :20 (Irl\lIt Seed
Ka.t.Tbe "After all. God Is jood" The tlrant
said IMn.1 l being: aanmiMMt at the date of the very fine orange groves and vegetabltfarms. Fleming< IIfrl'Rra for ::17
WEBB, iMuanoe of Midi. n>rtinoat. In the name <>I saddest of all recorded last world ale 1IMIII. . ::10 ;all :23 J. HlngrltC'lI, 1."
Smith Lon fields. t'nl..ss sail' certificate probably those of Oliver Goldsmith Lots ::120.: :l1, 211.1I: ) II rail t SeteF9rmingUrsnt .
Indian
the bead of the
lull be iwlneniuil Here li virtually
nuoordliiK to law tax dentwill
\\ho. when aked Ills If IJ t'r
by physician
ATTORNEYATLAWfill Untie tliireun on. the>;l,1 l day of June, A, U., Hiver and the favorite point for arrears ::17.
Ions. bill mind was at f'Dlle. said "No, It Is flMI\ . . ill :eM X23 J.I.OInltrltt'h. 1711
\ practice in the Court of the 7th Itness my ciiHi'l
reult. Taxes paid for non-resideata 22dilav(cl.ct.Meal or .HayA.') 1>., I'A..'IH.STKWAR1- : Hunter's mind Seems to hate lieen full cruising parSes during\ our balmy win t Ira II I. . . . :1":111: Ii 11l1kIIUWII./ ,. . 011

d rent and accounts collected. (lerk Circuit Court, lire,sod cmnty. 1<"10'hla. of bright thoughts at the moment of ter months; a. everything necessary to Lot :IS (!rant St't1 7 FI"inlug /
,'1 fy0..1.STIwASTDC.' (!Irllllt. .. ., ::10 11M A Unknown-------- 1111)
FLORIDA. comfortably equip a pleasure yacht,
rusviLLK:,
death, for be said, "If I could hold a Lot lU: Urallt Sec 7 F'Iwning '

Notice ol 1'uMU-atloii. |ten what I hook I could writer'! can hero be obtained at the most reAsonable (haft . . 30:1"1: S lnknawn) . .. 011 r'
TEPHKX E. FOSTER, rnnteur! and Darwin though not 'be. prices.: This ls evidenced by : left ::1:1: Grant //1"0 7 f'lt'l1Iltll& 1'lrllllt

longing to the medical profession, "are the fact that the tam parties have ( . . ::10 its/ 3 Ifnkuown . UII 1
ATTOUXET-AT-LAW THE IRCVIT fXltTRT OP TUB SKVenth venerated by It os teachers. Dii twin's been coming here annually for many r.ot :JI U;rant Nen T 1-'lt'mIIlK. '

Jyal-Upchurch Building jaxJACKSOVVILI IN liravard Judith\ County) CI reult, 83 Hunt "
S"o 7
afraid to die." Pasteur was offered scup other long the Has 1-'lt'l1Ill1l&
FLA. J. E. McDowell ) Enforcement of Lien to any point) unit . . .
30 II i
K, vs. lonler of I'ulilloannn of milk and being unable to 1"11low Coast > UnklluwlI . OU
Robert Bdw.rdDeniel!: ) gamut holwrt td. lot 86 Grant /'Il'7 lo'ltltJlnK !
ward D.nlel. It. murmured. "I cannot" HepasRed ( To tbe no ut hen at of THnsvllle tbe ()lent . . . . :IOll4) : 5 Unknown . . 00 ,I
1 \ A STEWART, To Robert Edward Daniel, Derendaut. In tbe away with one band In bis wide sweep of salt water bay (*.boM r.otl1: lent See 7 1-'It'IIIIIIK '

FIRE INSURANCE. .above ca"lel wife', the other grasping A crucifix. six miles In width), formed by tbe wn' llrant . . . :\\IIn.: a A Unknown! ,. ,. lIU
It appearing l tlt.tyonr wheraaliouts known, ten of the famous Indian Rivet Here i
not mid thatyou
ipreaeDt: only strong and reliable are over twenty one )enrs lei ace, etc. Mlrabeau. which are Bald to hate been haling wild duck shooting, tailing Onllt . . . till IIH A Unknown . 00 ").
Now, therefore It 'ordered tlit pie enter addressed to a doctor. Ho wrote on u Lot NI (Jrallt11'0/ 7 1"lt.mlnl If

companies.ffic yonr raum appearance font tn In the the bill('lerk'edare tied In the of above, slip of paper, which he gave to bin and rowing can b* lnd(ilt! mc you. the
> corner Palm and Pine Streets. above Court at litu. lll rlorldaonorl.iote physician, the philosopher C'abanlft. the heart's content of the most fastidious Lot I'j: trait /N"ti 7' 'h'lIlll1l& ,

TITUUVILLB: FLORIDA. the 3rd day of AII,1I1ot. A. I) IlKii\ I nleiis. >1111 sportsman. (Jrant. . ;di) 3'4 :1 Unknowtl . 03 .
"i rmfr. Another 1
Ingle word u account
defend same the Hill of loinpUInt, will I.e taken Lot P3: Grant /1"0/ 7 f'll.'nllnIC

proceed as contemn ex |'trieItl.dlreclOltlmt. liy you and the cause will which may be an expanded version On the ocean beach nf'arlln a dl. IranI . . . . 311:111: 5 Unknown. . 1111 f
CanavvrM
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O. UTLEY, this order. lie published of this Is lint after legging! for reel' line east of TltusvlU I.ot lit (!rant idea 'l f'h'UIIIIIC

TARRY tbe EAST ." .OAST... AH"O".TK. a weekly) newspa" an anodyne he said reproiu'hfully to Club, surrounded' by over 10,001 lrlnt . . 30 I 38 1Unknown. . . DO '
ilnrldA, once .at."'lltu.vilie....k for' ,eight Krevard oonnwnthoweeks oniinty, the doctor: "Were you not my physician acres of land. This property U owned Lot III" Grant I'4C'C' 7 'It'lI1lnl ,

1'flTSICIAN A SURGEDX.TITUSVILLB with M Hula delav a* any 1"1 that a and my friend Did you not by some of the most prominent and Urallt. . . 31: :ltd\ II Ullkllown' . 011 i

copy van! county lie 1".t.IIU wltiiln the twenty t onrt hat.house from iloorofHre this ilntlone ,,-. promise to spore me the suffering. of wealthy residents of Boston, who come Tltinullle, Fin., June Mil, 1908 1\;\

:, FLORIDA. and ordered at the I le.k*. office of the such a death Must I go sway carrying south to bunt every "winter.
above ...lIrt..t Tltimvllle, riorlila" this the I;HllUnvof .
May A.l). IHIK., A. A, SfKW"UTI with me the regret of having confidedIn The cool refreshing beal (US.) Cl(lark Circuit Court Hrevard CoK. you?" This Is rather a long and oeone-Isden Breezes wafted aeros from .

GENERAL, DIRECTORY. 898. .T. Webb, .Att', for Oomplalnant. rhetorical speech for a dying man. the Atlantic Ocean and the broad bay, Tax Collector, Brevard County, Florida. .
British Medical Journal.
are one of the most enjoyable feature __00 -,- .. .
U. S. SENATORS. Mattter'M Hate. of this phenomenal location ; 00-' ---

Mlaferro,...... ...... .. ,.Jaernnnvill Japanese New Year Cakes. There 4s a large area of primeval
(Mtllory,. .. ..,. .... ..' .. .1-ensaoola, An annual event In Japan Is tbe forest and prairie land beyond tbe pEN THE POSSIBILITIES
AND BY MIITI'B OC A FINAL
: making of the :New ear's cake, which
U. 8. CONGRESSMEN.: UNr1ER .
In fnrvuKwnre and sale, Issued mil northern southern aiu) western boundaries
ikClirk,.... .. ...... .... ..Lake CIt,.. of IbeUrriiltUiurt for the Seventh Juitlolal every family must have If good luck tbe advent .
Sparatnan,. .. ., ,.Tam a. ( Irault of lorlda.. In and for KravardViunty Is to follow It during tbe ensuing of Tltusvllle, awaiting
I:H,Luuar,. :, ..::::::::,::. ,,: 'Muntlceho.V. : ( riorlda, In a caiisn therein depending| :, year of the thrifty settler id till the o: :Brovard CO.lU.3.ty: 8011
wherein the Indian Itlver Ntat.lrank, a corporation This cake Is made of a i ecwllar. varietyof
B. LAND OFFICE. I l of,riorlda. In romplaln.ant. rice boiled and pounded In a great fertile soil which now abounds In
oIi5htb"ie
Cbihh. : and : :tot, Jonathan it. Terry, Are taken intb
consideration
''I Warren! :.'::" ':":::':::::::.Receiver Reglnter:! ( .urge Nelson Heotor R. H. Holmes. Ca
I oniues at Oatnesv111., Florida.EXRCIJTIVE fortneune and .......u; of the Hrevard (oiinly, of dough. Although; tbe pure turkey and deer bunting to suit the: cannot be said to expensive although
State IIlI.nkI..o) M. Apjiel Mark H. Hdimil
: : DEPARTMENT til an. Appel and H O Appel partners trading white dough I Is often colored yellowor most ardent, huntsman.Tltusvllle it does cost something'to do tho first clear-
"ton H. Rroward. .... ... ........Govetnor as Appel *;Hcliau1+ j the C.! 11:Rogors <;)., a our pink the shape of the cake U always Dar stalled street, elec-
tyCrswford .. Secretary of State ; thigh r. Inoin ie, John A. Smith ami ing. After the land is in condition for
Kn'itt ..: ::.: :: .. Treasurer. lio..n" partners adlng as Innmnn, the lIamtbat of tbe sacred mirror trio lights a reliable bank, a mammoth cul-
K. 10:111.: . .,,AttorneyGeneral. Smith A (o.l| JiiHu": H. Uloser. hamuul Kuder one cf tbe three sacred symbols of aw mill employing! about ISO tivation the succession crops that
"SO.'rooiti,. and L..ul. Otutiiwawr, (llnner may
.. ,,,,, Comptroller paitners trading a -
SrLln,. ,. :Comml.elonerAg? '; .,alture.: Kuder ottn <>M-r| otto Krlt and i Rlob- I the Shinto faith. A piece of this cake men ; several fine brick block, and be raised from it is frequent and rapid.
1 d Ht>llo..ailutdlt ... .. ..supe. t'llbllo III.tr"nUon. ard I<"rU..I"rt".n. trwllug a* Krlu" Hrothers; Is offered to the Shinto deities because tore t In hem occupied by up-
Fester..AdjutauNleneral. r. II. A ehmeul. .>eie. ,utoroftliee.tat..of JohnCiar every Profitable be produced for
.;"nvlford .:: ,.:. ..rSurveyuMaenenl.: I: k, clureawd nure senior .partner of the Is la It Is of the shape of tbe sacred mirror to-date merchants; a Hoard of Trade. crops may ten

"Amos 110.., .. .. .. ... .... ...State. State Ciutu... .. (Nun Jroueryro.a of John Clark oorl'"raU..nl, fton &: Co| All| the,'lain('ons S.
Umoes at Tallwheasee, Florida.BLTRSMK O'OhriHKiplmr.are rielendante, I lllsell out of the cave where she bad bidden a tanning extract and palmetto fiber the same land. Clearing costs labor
: at nubllo mete, ;In front: of the Court housebouse herself la wrath and thus saved the money, -
COURT JUDGES. door at Tltinvlll"' KlnrliU, between the factory, an Ice factory, law and real costs fertilizers cost
land from total darkness. Each member money, money
Division A. legal: hour of sale, to the highest and_, bid. estate offices, an opera house, a well
nu VI BlmrktHforrt) ,. ., Chief Justice dur lor c".U, on tbeJl'IRSl' of the family taken a band In the organized band shooting club large but the returns are certain and prof.

Juwi H. Whuneld.; Robert I* Cockrell I MONDAY I* Jl'LY A. P. Won, manufacture of tbe New Year's cake. and comfortable hotel. besides. itable. Come to larger(lie and look the
Division sold month, Is and his
H. the same being tin IItb day: of Even the baby carried out
r'hatch I Taylor; ,' rtesldlne lustloe and a legal/ sales da\, the following ilexiritwil. baby hand guided In lifting the heavy number of boarding bouse In various field over. We have some of the finest
Sill,..> A. Itocker, Chas. M. Psrkblll.fU real imtale sltnat'' l In the county of Hrevard
and State of riorlcU, or 110 much thorHof.' as will wooden mallet for a "good lurk" blow. parts of the town. hammock land in 'the state Call
)RIDA LEGISLATURB.It satisfy said de tr., *. and rout, KvwltOnnnnenalng : Enough Is made to last near/! the The facts a* presented should have upon
H'i'Jmn, at a inargln of Indian Hirer in Morgan & Walton and see what they have
Titusr'ille.Repreeeiitaiire.: ::: ; ;; : the Southeast corner of lot No 1, In him k 24. at whole year through, and U occupies a tendency to direct the attention of ,
shown on a plat of the town or Melbourne, mud an Important place In tbe dally mellu.I .- many prospective visitors to our cosy for sale.
CIRCUIT COUHT.I' now on file, In the office of the Clerk of the I:Ir- c
i: I"' *. Titueville..ClronltJudga. cult Court: ot Nrevard'('aunty, Klurlda, and I Leslie' Weekly. town in making their plans for the .. .. .
n s,: ,I ProsecutingAttorney.; : thence West on the Houtli line of raid lot: tn the ... winter. --- -

Wllt1JcTenn-Fourth P.11[ .,nu--Pourtb" Tuesday TueaUay la In October March. knithwest along the West corner line of of said Mid lot lot.twcm thence Y-eltfht: North feet i Two Wattrlaos. We have a fine Masonic Hall In Mason, M. Clark Co.
calftot
tlmnce Rust' parallel I with the I Mouth line of | where Indian River 'Lodge J
Tltusvllle
COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD. to the margin of mall Indian River theiioe It In a very curious fact that a good ,
:
Welker.Superintendent... ... .Tituavllle.iK. alone marg n of said I Averts the: point of; Iwgln.; many people do not know that two Js'o. 00, F.ti 'A.M., Indian Hirer Chapter

too,too. B.. Arnold, Malabar Jrbl t :? S. N"tale. fling rights with nientioiiwl riparian In rights a deed;dated also all the the 4'h riparian day I of battles were fought at Waterloo. Both / Royal Arch Masoni, Friendship Commission I Merchants,

( j A. J. Carter, Auguat, lull and rronrded In Hook'," on pKgtsM of these were fought. against tbe Chapter No. 11, Order of Eastern Star:
COUNTY and lOt of Hrevsrd County teed K( orclH.90'IN .
*. COMMISSIONERS. : HENRY French tbe first under tbe commandof and Tltusvllle Camp No 141, Woodmen
Cookling. r
.V"' "' chairman K Mint Tlllman Indlanolai( I. M. Hiwrlal r Master. the Duke of Marlborough on .\UI:. of the World, and 'ladtan River I r ) ALL KI.OIUDAVEfJKTAJILKS .
*.. City Y due for Indian River Ki tHank. 07-20 Washington Ht.
J. Webb,
F Attorney
>o,
'.... ; T. J.Cockshott l' 4iDRINO II 17 1705 who on- this date actually occupied Lodge No. 103, Knights of Pythias,

,.'"w. sessions are held Bret Monday In each tie some ground an the Duke of meet regularly.Also ; :
NEW
YOUK
BRtVARD: COUNTY OFFICERS Wellington did a little more than a a city telegraph office. and express OUR HI'ECIALTT

tri.w, century later, June 17. 1815, the only' delivery; a carriage and wagon ,
Tltu..llle I. ."*. ...Count; Jurtf* difference! Icing that tbe former was
nnulden Tltu.vlll. .Pros sop, and a tin and sheet Iron shop.
liTIlVr'tuv'9'! : '::....' :'" ::*'.County (11 ler:': marching on lirusxolM and the latter The East Coast Advocate U published Oranges Grapefruit: and Pineapples.
j'.11111 TitiiHwiiiA
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Tax A."oor. .
was marching from 11 Mill... I.... In the
Nal1Tinuvllle.'
.. .Tat rollaotor. every Friday morning, and by a
Henry TltuiTllU II : : :;. ::: Treanurer. Brut battle the French were defending .
Walker, Tltu"...IIIo... .. ..8\Jperlnteo..ot.. glance through Its advertising column
-Fins. Tltunllle.| . ...County\ Surveyor. Laxative Fruit SyrupPleasant nruflxel. They marched out to meet you can easily see wbo are the prominent
kroen P. Huhlznan chi Co.
N:: TIlMnvllto I .,, ,,Shrill?. Jlarlliorougb but owing to the slack
r'w>,l, Tltusvlll....RegliitratlonomoerTlTtsVILLKTOWN ; merchant of our town-men who
ness on tbe part of Schlangenhurg, the
COUNCIL to take Dutch general, who was fighting with are .up-tC>-d citizen, and who ue Jfll WasMoctdn. Ht. I t NEW YORK

J. *!'""n', niator r.fcll d. N. Waller, marshaljS"rt"r him. It was not a success Marlborougb asking for your patronage, Read the U3 Murray 1st red. J N. Y.OraiigesPinea.

*:r:: Henri I'J.tag, ;awwesorj; 'm. clerk O. A an.l, Stewart trees, The new laxative. Does only taking a few of the French troops ads op every page very carefully. ---- --.-.-- -- .

sal.1'UI.1I. )o. I'rlehard f J. Hall and F. all prisoners Tbe following one Sample copies of the Advocate will
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alder...
"rinwicb month.T"18VILLB Tbe. council meets flrat not gripe or nauseate. fought against Napoleon by Wellington be tent, free to any part of the Unit lest

proved to tie one of the greatest ed States upon application.
BOARD oro TR DII:. stomach and liver
Cures
"du.' victories ever recorded In tbe annalsof The Sterling Hotel 1s pracUcallyo
'.i.a i presi.lsutlJ.M.Dixon.' tree.-
t Me Useuond Werf.in troubles and chronic con- England\ hiring been entirely re-built, .
altht each moeth at their room. many more rooms added:, dining room and Florida Fruits Our Specialty.

stipation by restoring the Couldn't.. B. Divided. enlarged piazza erected and. all modern s
In Felix :Moscbelea' "Fragments of convenience installed and baabeen Ws represent several the largest sinpp.ere In your State, and wish to rspresf
6O YEARS''
'EXPERIENCEATENTS natural action of the stomach an Autobiography" occurs tbe follow. completely refurnished, Aooom- you also. live us a trial stilprocnt. Kslabllsbeit 80 years

Ing: Mme. Hcliumann was wanted to of the fcesl.
bowels. mod at Ions are
and
liver play at a little musical reunion, but -
The Tltuivllle livery Stable baa a
she did not respond. Sir Moscheles
Rfu. .ub'tltuteau Price BOo. was deputed to approach her "Was I cine Jot of bosses; and rigs, and pay .. K1UP THIS HOUSE IN MIND-

For .sale liy Tltuvllieharmllcy.. special attention. to the tourist and the
she Inclined to play? !
"Particularly disinclined.' was tbe sportsman.
TH, BC MARKS WAL.TOV SELF-LOCl IXO BLOCKS, dlscouraglug response. I The TUufTirie Graded High School

DssloasCo.vsl6NTs Ac. Patented lo all countries. Only tackle The envoy tried again end mentioned has an efficient corps of teachers, all 'HEYSERBALTIMORE.

M'j s..oo. ;rtin'a.e.es..n4 Haar I..Mn ntr block of the kind In the world.-fit her bustand's "Cat-naval" "One of whom bold first-grade teachers' certificate 'r I

Me.' i l'ma.nlyM.tn'ainle'wsmoMnl.[ "*' ted with the W.Itoo-Viotoojllolbr part I particularly love the 'March of *, and has a school term of

+"rr" ''i":.,. IWHUI. MnOJOOaOBCawnte' : : Bearer. Useful la any place where the DarUsbundler." If I could only eirhl month Here the children are IV.D.

>\OJ 4':*"boat ttruab,ebanie Mt, ark la tbe lw .-I.e boUtiog Is don*. With there blocka Lear you play Just that page or two!" i given Instruction and prepared for college ,

i work of "two TbU ronsexl her. "Page or two. 'In* course, under good moral coodltlons '
do the & PRODUCE
FRUIT
call COMMISSION
$ !ific one man
Hmerlcami "
teed! she cried. "Wenn man tie 'Car- and association,
north. Call
sold in tbe
J02''jnh' *TW|.c1 ywe.Yl.yL 1m :.. Thousands naval spielt. splelt man Ibn <<.nz." I I The Palmiinrst II another hotel opeaed RELIABLE PROMPT, UNSURPASSED FACILITIES. ;
feet r J"' ,tC..tt&l.t.a"lI.1:r s. M.e. and see them In working order at this ([When one plays tbeCarnanl.: ," one In Tltusvllle.. It 1 Ie nicely located near 1 '

HMRBsafisIe* office, or at tbe Atlantic Supply tt's. mast play It all.) And she played tbe tbe F. E. C. Ry. station, and I II fitted WM. HEYSER, PRATT ST. WHARF, BALTO., MD.

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:I+ ; ; -I mar COAST ADVOCATE TiruaviLLE. FLA. JUNE r>t 1008. --


JAMES. PBITCHABD. President P. 8. BATTI. V1ce.h.

BAST COAST ADVOCATE ANNOUNCEMENT.In I THE MAN WHO DIDN'T' MAKE GOOD It. W. HAILI Assistant Casbler.


wauLv.aovu... .V01'JtD 1'0 Ts. P.r f RIVER STATE
OMEN, ow 1'1110 tK1'IAa .ttaa. LAIawefTI the Hecond Primary, INDIAN BAN!

Ann stun VMS aAVsconons.ViUY Juno lOtli, Hum. : GILCHRIST A GUY AND LAUGHING STOCKAS i

For Delegates to the Natlo'ual Demo- COUNTY DEPOSITORYAuthorized .
rBIDAT.BnUrsd .
; PUBLlIU" ocratlo Convention from the State at capital
$100

at Lbel'oAI.eltte'e. TUuivllls. Florida. Large. SPEAKER OF HOUSE HE WAS UNCERTAIN, UNDIGNIFIED AND LEGISLATION WAS r"': Paid up capital $26,00

at eea nd.oI.as. matter Vote for thiee. Average deposits, $20o'o:
-------------- X MAX M DROWN IN CHAOTIC CONDITION WHILE HE PRESIDED-LOLLED IN A ROCKING CHAIR
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CBABLES Member H.of WALTON the Florida Editor"" .&A.Proprietor OOI.tlon. X. A. C. CIEWIS. AND CRACKED PEANUTS DURING SESSION-IF ELECTED, WILL BE OBLIGATEDTO Transacts a General Bankin

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X It. II. SIIACKLKFOUD.
HABRT W.a..AnIf.. 8ut>t.Compoaingnorm.; WHISKY RING. Business><
i Delegates to the National Democratic (By Claude L'Engle.)

\ 10 IU Mn"dlnf" a( Una.IUt notions. local column Pont pugs Convention from the Second conJre"l When General GHolirUt wa Speaker the whisky Interests will du their bid. Mir Largest and Oldest Bank on the Rlru;

.. for dliipUy advertising made known on sional District: i of the Hoiine of 1UOT; It was tbe most dlog shoo tbe time arilves for him to s ,t Exchange bought, and told 'a.1I ramp

I tippIio.Uen.All adrertliilnr bill. beftntns sloe afferent Vote for two. chaotlo body ever known In Florida It gIslatton. act Governor owing his election CoantrlesP .

.. .nmwrtno t d*In of contract advartlMincnt, 1-artla, union not otborwlMtlfiul X .T. H. DAVIS It was hard for anybody to ; a ..trc>n&m.""reclat.e--lYomiit term, ,,
: wo"I: the whisky men would exercise hi* personal treatment,and favor
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for inlvertlnlrm every co :
will In required I-/ fay I x FltANK O. SKBRIVG. !know what wa going on. ervativ Unking gr :iJ. "rp ,
vsnce. '
JHnooDtlmimv. of ..htoe: iniiirt >* msua personally General Olkhi 1st aat In rocking chair and official Influence on tbe members -i CORREBPON EXT.Eroplre .

-t this, odti'. or by writing. FOIL touxrr. COMMHSIOMKII.tlflh ai he plC "ldJ
The EAST COAST ADVOCATE!!: Is halt l per snDominimonths nidi-let. leaf' fan nonchalantly and cracked pra- lation; a Governor owing his legl"l its. .1 The Allant> tlon-l Rank Fta"aU''I::'
I 7Mi./ To Foreign Ctmntnea2,00 To the Voters of the Fifth District: nut lo accompaniment to bn absent special Interests would be \ ...a -- Jirkionvlllp, '

/ per annum. Bul>.rrl|>tlons Invariably" In I am still a candidate for County Commissioner knowledge of wbat wa going on. I aw protect that interest. If occasion came for '1.11" U S srILL I I L.A..

advance. In the Hecond Primary June this with. my own eye. him to determine a question that placed -
aDd If I to serve
elected promise
16th House which General! Gil- tbat Interest In jeopardy.
l BCIo writing t.> the APVIMIATB for Information the people to the best of my ability andas The over
of any kind, the writer will ohhic by enClosing the conditions permit., christ presided wa Just like General These things are true on, tbe face of Motor :Boat Supplies.

a .t..mp.d..d.1. envelope. 1 thank you moat merely for your nilctulst loone-Jolnted, vague, Indeterminate them The people are not supposed to

1 support In the first primary., and I trust nebulous and uncertain! groped know that Gilchrlst la being backed by :1\I.InL1 Order
r : o'U.so.
Chenk.W"n.ma0rdenEtoehoaldbe cads that I may l>o your favorite In the sec
pyabletoCCAILnit WAI.TOM,proprietor.Addrss ond. Thanking/ you In advance for any Iti way through the maze of legislation the whisky ring. Gllcbrlst can get up

favors that you may show me, I am, without a guiding band In a lazy, hazy and disclaim! that he I I. the whisky candidate For your tenet and engine at liberal discounts! (Mill!.

all eommnnlostlons to Your very truly O. C. HANSKI.. way, lacking purpose or power; soft clay ; It Un't likely tbat he would admit EVERYTHING I ( prices. The tRADE supplied RIGHT. Shafting. )I't
EAST COAST ADVOCATE. :, hand. 'It He the pollens, Batteries both Edison and Dry Timers.s
In the of the legislative/ manipulative can cover charge partlybyaaylngtbat plI
TlTOiVILLB, rLOamA. he I I.. candidate of all Coils, Spark Plugs, ella bureto... Brass Pipe,and Fittings, Deck Fitting. btu,'
To the Voters of the Fifth District: potters. a ng Gear, Boat Builders' dupp:;! es.
A* Speaker of the House of 1001( ) General the people and want the vote of them,
U. department of Agriculture I hereby announce myself as a candi- Grlcbrlst bad 'an opportunity 1.0 be they whisky dealers or not General BOAT nUII.Dins AND FISH COMPANIES given special ducouim
date for re-election to the office ol
i. Weather Ilureaii-Jupiter, Flo.Tbe show eiecutlve ability, If he bad any. Gllcbrlst not obliged to know what
County Commissioner of 6th district; Now Ili33.or TTJ-ri.ginos
t Since be failed to do so It must be concluded the whisky men are doing to elect him

following\ i* a comparative statement and thanking my friend for their support that he bad none. He failed utterly and he may say with aome truth. that hedoesn't arranged to my sicclflcattoos, with WATER JACKET BE4Dbestra sized pump
In the last primary Make and Break Is for Hah allowed
Ignition
peifeotlon
of temperature and rainfall for tbe In the Speaker's chair to give a know
f'' week ending Tuesday, June 2, 11KH.DAT I am, your obodleut servant*. gleam if Intellectual appreciation of Ic Is reported that tbe whisky men
LaD1b: En.g1.n.os
-IOON- 1007 'I'. J. COCKSHITT.:
what the place m..nt. and ba would fall have contributed a large aura to the Gil-
!. MAX. MTR MAX. MIN. Jump Spark are Ideal for Pleasure Craft.
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I.:: 87 00 flO 84 73 more oonsumately la the office of Governor christ campaign fund. If General Gll
2H 93 71 8f! 72 Fort Pierce. > -the size and extent of his failure Christ la not to be of service to tbe By writing for prices before sending away I sav'r
it. 20 02 fin 1012 72 SAVE MONEY Give me your trade I have sold l <
""" "" > s In the office of Governor would be measured whisky men In the office of Governor money. goo
SO 8J( 7J: 8' 71: from Fernandlna to Miami.
.. The editor of the ADVOCATE: has some In the same proportion which measures why should they contribute. to his election
81 89: 70( 87 70
June land for sale on St. Lucle River which the office of Governor above that of f Why should they be Interested. In .w_. o. SINTIUI IEIM, JENSEN, FLAT

1 fU 70 111. /ItS will he sold cheap! He( ha no time to Speaker. his succemf No reason at all. i
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'+ 2 S.. tIll M 70 look after It. In a few year this land Public men are judged by what they If General Gllcbrlat should be elected !
Total rain fall\ for the week I.19 Inches Q.rapofru..1.1: ; LLnC7. Ora.ngo Trees.
will be worth four time a* much aa I is have clone after they have been tiled he would owe his election to the whisky
Leparturefromnnrrnal rainfall for the
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week: minus .5(1( Incites Departure now asked for It. out. General Gllcbrlst baa bad a trial men. The enforcement of law Is already We have over 200,000 of BEST QUALITY tbat can be produced till

from normal rainfall since Januay 1, and ha failed. He lacks the proper bit. UllchrUt, In standing for whisky, skllle labor and our eiperlence of over 20 years.
minus tiN Inches The dredge/ lorlda left here Tuesday sense of public duty ; he lacks abilityand STANDS FOIl! A MORE LAX ENFORCEUKNf i We bud principally on SOUR OItAVGE blOCK but can supply Grnpefr
HAL.. P. HAKDIN, Official In charge., for (J1I\Jer\ '. H,ar, and some Oranges on other stocks.
force be lacks" : dignity. Rememberthe of whisky lawa.
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Volt Till IIRNEPIT OV OUR CUSTOMERS OXU Til
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-- -' \ Mr. 8. M. Buell and family are visitIng rocking chair the palm leaf fan and This Is true because the sheriffs, constables I INDIAN KIVJMt, we have established a BRANCH NURSERY NEAR FUN

/ JDIHIB LuMMif, of Lynn )IUI., relatives In DeLand. the peanuts-and don't forget the monkeys and deputies will take their one I Pierce where we have ;J. ,OOO choice Grapefruit and Orange" trees, budded on SoL

rules that expreis companies have Miss O,ilda\ Watts. has accepted a potion from the man higher up and will deal I Stock-one and two year bad In floe condition for planting.
In Capt. Neibltt's store IlEMKMBEK-that In, buying trees here, YOU TAM NO TUSK OF lIU1XGLWIUTIC \
Ullohrlst member
When of the
a rlgbt to transport liquor through was a lightly with that menacing "apeak easy, i '
FLY INTO ToyS OltOVK.
that city on Its way,to "wet" Na. Mr. Wm. Atwater returned, Tuesday' House In 1001 he sat In his chair with the blind tiger. To molest the blind tiger /bend for new descriptive catalogue with priers, and full Information
% night, from a short visit In the upper his feet hi. desk and smoked and
This li local
hant. liberalizing on ate Is to cutoff revenue from the whisky
states.Mb. GriJnJl 'M U ) l1Oll1L1S111'MO1'iM."" .
option In a generous mood. peanuts while the House wa In session.I meD Tbe sale of whisky whether legal ; i
Jim Halstens( of Coooa has beenaround saw him doing this day after day. He or Illegal I II for the pecuniary profit of Wholesale and Retail, So. O'mce' MIAMI, Fl.!.
town, the last few days, shaking I .
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'ADDHEBSINO a trade conferencein band with his many friends here, wall considered almost a* big a nuisance the whisky dealer; so Is It also contrary
aa Wells of UllUboro when be left off to the law and
order peace dignity of
London John Henniker Heaton Mr. I/an Mc'Carty left Wednesday
M. }>., "the father of the Imperial night for Jacksonville to meet his wife, retting his feet, smoking and popping the State and community
In on her return from Charlotte N. C. peanuts long enough to Interfere with Gilchrlst stand, for whisky and all
; advocating a
penny postage
penny telegraphic rate between Messrs. fliftord and Jaudreu of Vero, legislation by propounding the Constitution that It carries with It; Stockton stand Star Mail Order House

Great Britain and the continent of attended tho 'meotlolr of the W. O. W., and raising frivolous parliamentary agalDHt whisky aud all that follows Its
Tuesday night returning on the night questions wake.
Europe, said that it was common
I train. Aside from liU\, lack of (linen\ for the Gilchrlst I I..* not avowedly and openly a
knowledge that with
the United penny pottage Pineapple* are leaving here In largequantities position I of Governor General GltchrUt candidate of the whisky rings, but he I*
States would Boon be ::r-crsr T! oPErTE:
daily. We have frequent niceIIbo..er. lain the bands. of the SPECIAL INTERESTS tacitly and willingly so, and this he can

adopted. ____________ them. ., which are of great benefit to These are the WIIISKY AND not deny.

CORPORATION INTERESTS.: Stockton Is the candidate of the

THE United supreme court Mr. Alma Meri wether and her two people Pure Food Whiskies Wines and Liquor
PROHIBITION 13 NOT AN ISSUE the moral ,
law-abiding, llberty-lov-
left for Port
has declared unconstitutional the daughter/ Orange, Tuesday
IN THIS OAMPAION but the fact I Ing ho do not want to seethe
night on a visit to her daughter lire people '"
law
Texas imposing a tax of one
'' Tedder that General Gllohrtst Is being supported State governed by special Interests.A .
the of
cent on receipts
+ per railroads in that state.pros Tbe amouut St. Andrew's Sunday school plonlo rtrongly and expensively by the vote for Gilchrlst Is a vote for these YOU WILL FIND A COUPON WRAPPED WITH EACH QUART OF 01

was held last Tuesday, two launch loads whisky men Is evidence that the whisky special Interest They possess Gilchrlst ;
of state railroad regulation thrown Whiskey By returning twelve of these coupon we.will send you one qua
down to the Eden where
i going pavilion men! have some point to gain) something already It Is vain, for him it declare
into the rubbish heap the past six they enjoyed a line dinner and.a dip In FREE.
months by the courts is something tbe surf.The that they want done ,by the man who bla freedom of them when> he stands
ooJuplet the office of Governor. shoulder to shoulder with them. He
extraordinary. And It apparently oounty commissioners have been t
Inanition Ibis week" to their If General GllchrUt Is elected Go'- cannot clear himself of the contact by show
& will grow greater. attending Packed In plain cases. No marks to contents.
duties, among whom we noted Mr. Kro- croon HE WILL BE ELECTED DY mere assertion. I "

gel. of Sebatilan. ; Mr. Peter naulerAon.of TUB WHISKY VOTE.A A vote for Stockton Is n vote for a
;1 CON GUI ss but satisfies the dictates Tantee and Mr. J, F. Hell, of White prohibitionist In the office of Governor man who baa spent a life-time fighting Express paid. -Price for 4 qt bottles .Raymond Rye. .' . I''I

of justice In granting annuities City.At I cannot make the State dry and a corruption In this State who 'now ants One Star Rye . . . .. 2 fiO\ Porsythe Square S

b to the widows of Sur eon! ,!,r. the regular meeting of Indian River whisky man In the office of Governor for recognition/ at the hinds of the pea Two Star Rye .!. . . . 3.. Duval Club. . . I

roll and Ltsear who died from yellow !> Camp No. 4.13, iv. O. W., last Tuesday TbreeStarRye, . . .3/10/ Old'tfountaluCoro, S
Lou cannot make the State wet, but- ple for whom be baa worked long and
J fever caused from the bites of night Mr. A. vet was Initiated Into who Four Star Rye, .* . _.. 4 60a \ Kiowa Corn . I
1t the mysteries of Woodaraft, after wblch A Goveinor owea hU election to faithfully. Adv't
l infected insects in experiments Ice cream, cake and cigars were servrd. _._ .. Five Star Rote . } . oo Sugar Valley Coin 1
conducted to discover the cause of A most enjoyable social! evening was -- -- ---- --- ------------ ---------- Old Mountain Corn. . . 260 CantonDiaryland Hy.SJ stamped

,1 the disease. They gave their (lives spent. Forsythe. Square Rye. . 3.4-: straight 5 years old. I

in gstherJng. Information of great ------ Atlantic Coast Line R R Sugar Valley Corn:. . . . 3 80( Silver lream bourben 2 stamped,

t value in treatment of the fever. WHAT THE KIDNEYS DO Harris Levy A Co. . . 3 m atrafgbt 5 year old 3

Duval Club Rye . 3 80 Iron Chancellor H'e,2 stamped
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White Oak'Tenn.Vhiskey. . 4 00 straight years old I

DEATH OF EDITOR WILSON. Their Unceasing Work: Keeps: U* : EFFECTIVE JUNE 1, 1808. Mellwood Kentucky bourbon (bottled F. O. Walker Rye!, 2 stamped,

Strong and JlenUh). In bond) . . 4 CO straight i 0 years old )
400 Mile State 1.25. '
Family Ticket $1
Tuesday morning about 3 o'clock, All the blood In the body passes Hanls Levy A Co'a boLo In bond Peach and Hooey, Rock and Rye.
Mr.\ Geo. W. Wilson edltor ln.chief of through the kidneys once every three Oool over the Atlantic Coast Line In State of Florida for tbe head or dependent straight bourbon ... 5 00 Blackberry.$1.1'/ ') to :S I
the Jacksonville Times-Union died. minutes The kidney filter the blood meralers of a Family. Limited to one year from date of sale Harris Levy &: Co' bot. In bond Port Sherry, Catawba, Muchetelle

t For the last two year* Mr. Wilson had 'they work night aud tlav. When 1000 Mile Interchangeable Individual Tickets, 2000. ItralgbtRye" . . . li 00 Wines. f1.5uto 4
healthy\ they remove about JUM) grainsof
been a very sick man, but about Sunday Impure matter tlally. when unhealthysome Good over the Atlantic Coast Line and 30 other Line In the Southeast ftggrc Echo Spring . . 3 (tO). ) Peach Apple Apricot Banana
l.wt his condition became serious, lUll i part of this Impure matter I I. left gating 30,100. Limited one year from date of sale Deep Springs, original Tenn. bottling Brandy from.. .*2.M to W

with the very best of medldal! attention In the blood. This bring on many disease 2000 Milo Firm Ticket $40.00. . . .. . 5 00 Magnolia Gin, 1, 2, 3, 4, ands

and most skillful nursing he continuedto headache* and, Imptoml-paln nervousness, hot In, dry the back akin, Mood over the Atlantic Coast. Line and 30 other Lines In the Southeast, aggre Lewis' '07 Rye.. . . ,5 00'.tarl.. . . ft.73 to S

grow weaker an.llt was realized that rheumatism gout, gravel disorders of RatinRtotou: \) miles, for a manager or bead of firm and employees, limited to I. W. Harper . . . 5 00 .
the end was approaching. the eyesight and hearing/ dlazlness, Ir- live but good for only one of such persons at a
To the family I.I extended the most regular! heart debility drowsiness, from date of ante Old Oscar Pepper Rye 4 full qta. 5 00 Bud"el.er per cask. fl'
dropsy deposit of, the urine etc, Hut I
sincere and heartfelt 15 Cents Bud bottles
sympathy of tbe If you keep the Miters right you willhave Express paid. welter per dozen
people of the entire State for Mr. Wilson no trouble with, your kidneys Saved In passage fares by purchasing local tickets from our agent .Sugar Valley Corn, 4 full quarts. 3 80 Blue Ribbon per cask, 1f

was one of the best known men In Florida John M. McCrorey living\ on Main Interchangeable mileage tickets of Atlantlo Coast Line I..utlllold prior to ExpreH paid. Blue Ribbon per dozeD bottles 1

and bad hold numerous positions, of street, Tltusvllle, Fin., says: "11y back June lit will. \ be good on these lines In the State of FlotidaJune fat and thereafter We are cole distributors, I'wl' per ca kPlel's U
was Try lame and sore, and when I Above boob are on sale at all Coupon Agenclea. 1
honor and .
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dozen bottlesStar
trust I found I per
It
scooped,
er llttHlvanythlng
For further Information sail on nearest Coat Line Agent or Callon or write to
He waa amative of Kentucky, having very dlMloult to regain an erect position Express collect Per gal Brew iXf own, guaranteed

bean born In Boone county on May 10, I[ could not assume a position at eight. FRANK C. BOYLSTON or A. W FRn' T, Asbniore Rye . . 4 50 M pure and high grade beer aJ
that comfortable and I felt miserable
TWO ills early youth was spent near was Cbandon . cak. 1Quapaw
( The kidney secretions did not act Traveling Passenger. Agent. DI.trlct'I'Mllenlrer' Agent, Rye :I)0 can be produced per
Hamilton, Ohio, where he received his in their normal manner and gave me Club. .. . 2 50 Per dozen bottles. : .
education. He came to Florida! In 1ST much annoyance finally Doan's Kidney ATLANTIC COAST LIME, JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA ,

with his parent, settling at Orange Lake PINS came to my attention and I -- -, .- -- ---- --- --- ------ I

In Marlon county. He wa Identified began Inking them according to rilrwtlons. 1.rA.InY: CO. On.
They proved to be just what I ..t ..ln.Jltn.:

with years the, and policies took part of the In Mate all movement for many and required banished-Boon the eradicated lameness and the backache soreness. '41.South Forsyth Street

that vtfte for the benefit and welfare of The action of the kidney secretions was It Harris Levy & .Co.

i hi* fellow m.iu. Ills first Journalistic also corrected, and I feel better In every Complete line of Engines, Boilers,SawMills ':
I sincerely recommend Doan's ,
way
venture was lu Marlon county and It rill Shingle and Stave Machines, ,
Kidney to any person In need of a '-
N 2k was In 18U7 that he entered the'metropolitan reliable kidney remed," Edgers, Planer, and all other woodworking

ileM In Jacksonville, being/ primarily For sale by all dealers. Price M cts: '" machinery and supplies carried .421 to 427 W. Forsyth St Phone 528.

: \ \ instrumental In building\ up 'a Foster-MIIburn Co., liuCUlo New York, In'stock at the above address, which la ,
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sble for the United .
Slates.Kemerabnr
agents
I. paper tbat ha no equal In Southern the na.ne.Doao'aIndtake and baa been our only place of business

",: journalism, He I* survived by his wife. no other. for more than a quarter of a century. '

i:, two ions and his mother Mrs. S. A Get the belt It will nave you money. Jacksonville Florida

: Stewart. JOB PRINTING done at this oGIce.dJ..JJ. We can supply you. Write forea loJtu.. ,


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Geor&iana. to the Cemetery, Comrades. Holmes K. .A. MORGAN, MANAOKH. CIIA8. II, WALTON. e
Hughes and ltisbea each carrying a large 7
EAST.COAST NEWS.Notes i flag followed byabout thirty young .1
Don't forget to read every page/ In the people and children: each with a Nag. MORGAN W.ALTOI
*.***.************.* : ADVOCATE>> If you want newsy news.Mrs. Behind them marched the congregation
U'ben the" reached the Cemetery theIxareta 1
Luna Halnlln, of Miami Is visit of the large tUg fllt'll In
: past
NeW'SV Contributed bv Our Regular s ing! her father and mother, Mr. soil Mrs lit two lima, tlltbt! about," "forward," REAL ESTATE DEALERS.
0 X, Page. 'march ;j" .topped In front of the large

00 Corns of East Coast Correspondents.please i Dr. Wlttfeld Is still\ Improving. He lags, and saluted the tlag. Then they;
diat",d all 1 the In the Lloenaod. .
00ii11 . . . Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Fry, at Bonn- graves Cemetery. ( )
.......-."..- ..........' ...a'e....Nt)1'1N...NN. venture, this week, ---. .-- Watch this space if you want to buy property !

Mrs. Hughes Is visiting[ Mrs. Falling Cocoa.
...- send all communication Eau Gallie. and her brother, A, L liruner, and family on the famous Indian Rivera. 1
j Item for publication to "Editor, In Cocoa, this week. -.-- x

,VOCATB, Tltuul11t", Fla" Thunder and lightning Dr and Mrs Ueo. W. Holmes, of City The Methodist churoh Is receiving a No. I, Fine building lot In South Tltusvllle No. II. Northeast ''I| of northeast .
week hhowersthta Point; Capt. fechoonmaker, of Cocoa; coat <>f white paint this week I frontlnffjlOO' feet on the Indian 1(10,18, township Bit south' rao\l-Il\: east,
j tl'Its :r lire cannot guarantee to publUbDi Mr and Mrs M. C. Pinion, of S,). Kork- The Cocoa Sunday, Hrhnol) Imtl sixty River and extending: bark tu Front street, on south fork of Ht. Lucle river;40 acres,
' tbat do not reach this office before The MlHHen Anna md May Pauforl ledge; Mi. and )fr.. liiobce and Mrll.Walk..r.ofl.otua present last Sunday 1'he11I picnic a distance nf :275 feet, an Ideal, put for A Dade county, lttn) per acre
are visiting friends In Lima, :O. ; Mr Stewart and faRl. soon Some talk of their to Tltusvllle Winter Homo. Pilce *4.MI.K, "
on on Thursday.. fly of Hrantlcy; J. H. Hawk cumlnf N,.. 7. A rare bargain; A 21 acre ? s
A No. 2, 1.0lo.'h32 Front street
Orn&I&I on ,
I pretty wedding took place In the wife and son, (tattle, attendedthe : i tine tract of land 10 acre of which la a bearing ;
front this location for
_Will correspondent oblige UI by liaptlRt church on Tuesday evenldg last Mentolall1!! tenlcos here, Satur Roe \\'. W. McCord preached to anappreciative.concregijllon rrsldenre water, live ,minutes just 'f"'DI ;ponlufllce a Pineapple Plantation. near Mel .
Mr. and Mrs. Whllden day at City Point, bourne. n..n,1 Packing house, Dock, I
are visiting and
of and (
the name people place atorwij; ,
I'r\llo\
Itloft Mends at Jasper, Kla this week' before Sunday at 3111':: n. Quite a number fICXJll\ TrnrowaV. Pluea are fenced with woven i
possible f e Mr. and Mrs. Everett I>.mlev and four No. 3.Voat *, of northeast tj and 11
plainly as leaving for the North. went up from Cocoa. wire fencing Tbl Is an exceptional "
.t children, left Monday for their former west S aoutliciut '4, sec, 1(1, township chance for a party who will live on tho '
Rig Six: a large launch owned by J. hoot at Wood! River Junction, Ithode 3i: range 3D, llll UKUK> aero, M. Lucle place. Crop laxt .ar 1,500/ orates,
Melbourne.HARD \V. HoMII"er, left for Jacksonville, tuba Island, with the hope that a change of STATIC cr, Onto, CITY or TOI.KDO, ( county. HUK per acie Price, If I..Mllt'f"re Aprll1st\ > ,rJ l.I.OO( ,
.... week, to fill a contract. climate health would' ba of some benefit' to the LUCAS CUVSTY. ( 1111' No. 4. 8. \V. 14 of northwest 1.( and Title perfect. '"

W. OODE.-Jteal Estate: Notary Alex. Near has a contract for an art >- 111 of Mrs. Daw ley, who w.. taken Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he went ,. of southwest ,1 j, see, :1lOlll'D': No. 8. It) acre In loOt No. 3, See. 29,
I I,,lio, *and>l and Conveyancer.London andOlolw.and Agent for Hartford. Atn IIll'n well for the lumber firm of A. I", very been able on to sit January a day let Mnce., and haa Mr. and not is senior I partner of the firm of F, J, ship ::1:1: range 30( U'O: wars, St. l.ucle Township ill South Range :))5 East .
II ,'in Ira In.urane Companies. Bpeclal attention Edge: A Co., of Eau Gallie. !Mrs. Hughes up them n* far Cheney it Jo.., doing tumlnems In the City; county HI.00) per ache Thlal la line llammoclc Itnd suitable for j
itH to the intereats 01 noo resident. accoRlraol..d of 'l'oledo,0ounty' and Mate aforesaidand I No A. Northeast of southeast and la
If 14, and vegetable,
I Cottages of a medium size and rental as Cocoa., 111 the party to : ; ; of i oraniim grapes
: are needed la Eau Cocoa In the launch Lena.MvmorUl that said i firm will par the sum .fo township ;H south, rang 41 eu"{ located About ball mile north of Tltusvlllo. I,
f Subftcrlptlon. for the ADVOCATE:, such homes Gallie. Enquiries for = USE HUNDRKLJ: DOLLARS for each clone to O. K Uixwfs pineapple plnqtatlvn An exceptional bargain.\: Price,
a pink paper of the East Coast, will be are being made dally, and every Owen of Catarrh that cannot nn St. l.unle river; 411 acres, hade like Half cash) balance on time, to I

1 cited at the Melbourne Postofflce.Kit. The auxiliary sloop, Mattie n". left U"r a' GvorgUn. he cured by the use of Hall's Catarih county, '11,011 per acre. .. suit purclmmT. :1
1h for bt. Augantlne Cure. FRANK J, CIIKNKV. "
on Tuesday last, with
C. H. Hector has returned from aUto Baird and Roy Kedntone Saturday: last was Memorial Day" and Sworn to before me anti subacrlbed '
board.
Pn tee ber daughter, M fl. Uurnbam, In on Georglana had the best ptogtamrne this my presence, this Olh day of Duomibur, If you vtaul a \home on the liullau River, call and see) us. We bave many S
icon, l>a. TheLaRes'Guild: of St. John's church year, and the most succesufully carriedout A. A., IM4H. A. W. GMCAMON bargain In Tltusvllle and elsewhere on the East Coast, .
met at the residence! ot Mr and Mrs. II. that we bave ever had, and was SH f> Public :
xiLJ] Notary
Mr, Chan. FaraD wa tbe last of 1I0telrJeton'.lIu U. Hodgaon on Tuesday p. m. lint follows. ; Hall's c'starili CureUtakeu' Internally; Morgan: cto Wilton. .,
ltl to leave for the North ,1'
Plana and specification are out forth Song-America. and acts directly oil the bl.xnl and inn m<:AI, KSl'ATK DKALKILS,
'I I May :2lh.I addition to the Eau Ciallie' High bcboc Prayer-Uy Rev J. Ii. Hawk' I>. D.I cons Sill laces of> the4 system. Send tot' TITUSVILLK:, FLORIDA, i

Dr. U. R. Osborne and wife nod Dr. building. 'I'bey may be seen at llod Heading-Another Memorial Day, by tesllmonlaln. frets" -
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, atIr ,'beriun ire now enjoying life In KaliMO.MIcb. son llron. store .'I. K Hughes .a. J. (THKNEV O.)., Toleilo, O.
SlInll-lp'IIIielU.: Sold by all Druggists> 75o.: I
Mr. and Mrs St. Clair will\ be at hometo lteepeetforourdaadcomrade., by Dr lake Hall's Family 1'111. for Count I patlon. Walton ;
Mr. C 11. Stewart write a friend here tholr bends, after this week, In the 0, W. ([nines. I "* Percy G. :
at be and Mrs. Stewart are enjoying Casy house, owned by the groom, at Ito<: Hesitation Memorial Day, by Miss ___ --- I"
,ilr Halt In Illinois.Mrs. north end of Kau Gallie., Either'A lien. Nut loo.NOriCK .

' John Ferguson has been 111 for I I, W. Booth & Son have completed an Song-Tenting to night Tit1..avi11o. F a.. '
outiql u, pant two week, but we. are glad to 01 her chimney for U, II. Hodgson. Thl Hpcilatlo-MellJorlal Day, by Mlas
port ber improving firm has many fireplaces, of their plan C. Wlttfeld. [ IH HKItKIIV I\Ktf THAT THh >
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ping, In Eau Gallie and all salisfactory. Recitation-The girl behind the (lag, r .. as (tuwilUn irf I lula Mat l>wyr I 4'
irs France Q. Moore returned home, are by Guy Munoon. ,a minor, will apply to ills Him. RlnoS. l
A nday, after a two week' vIsH at IIo- Our Nation's Dead, a poeiu-by Hev. Itrevarll'unotyrloridaIn. .TonuJtilK4of. 11,5, .01.hoop varaili Tonrt:: ,la alTlttinville .and/ fur FIRE AND TORNADO !
>n INSURANCE.
I Carleton with Mr*. John W. Fergu- Dean Kobottom will lead the lesson J. li. Hawk. -' Horlcla, nr wherever said< ..IIIHK may lost ,
>. ''D. and administer the holy sacrament, o n Sung-SuneetCLlm.a,> '" thus time. ,"I"thaHtli Uv of July, l lea i , We are pleased to see Mis. E. P. Sunday a. ni..next In ht. Joh n'. church, H..cltaUoD-Our Veterans, by bliss leave tlwnutltar Ui nil at private a*' K|>|illiation.aln, the sun unillviilxt IHI hard lialInuirmi lute. ?t I
ranch lit borne again, after a visit of: on Young street The services will begin Cora Mtinson. of ..hll.l.. Mai Dwynr, a minor. In anti,! RKLIAnLK COMPANIKrt.: PROMPT PAYMENT OK LOSSES. I
at 10 :u30. lteclt"tlon-lIeropl of war, by bliss to has following UfwrrllHXI real e.tste'N. witt t t1'r.
'rae time In Atlanta*Oa, where she unrrwpnt Xlna Ualdwln.' Thirteen KNT POLICIES; 1 8UED,
fro a sncceRiftil operation on her The colored baseball team of Coco and se linriiKLIpm, Wroth, k..lIK8| IT luut, inM .
'''es by that renowned Dr,. aud EAU Gillie I"cltatloo-Nor.wlng, by toll I" mtt'i' > lulanil, Kravanl must via I aa futly
spuclallst. crossed bats, on lon.la1 Ollie ('age.Recitation; .doarrlhed l'jr uiKlm sad txinnilii I in a .' en- <>riot;. ) 10..1':1.IN: : .IJTl.: \.NOE. f .
III ilboun. last, on the Flan: Gallie diamond Eau oonledInIcedIu.v. "HO," pageY.nnrwrsnl.
011 Grandma lathe won the game, which was close, Cover them over with VoIIDt)', Flonda.ltet.. | HunoriU. MARINE AND KIRK. HATES ON APPLICATION. "
Odin had I the roUfoituuem beautiful Dowers
: by four young ladies,
hot and well played. KtU!: Gallle's 1'KAKL JKNNKHH,
days ago, to fall down stair and pitcher, each carrying a beautiful basket, trimmed
Uiinrillanof tats Mal minor, under
was a wonder. Dwynr. a
reak her arm above the elbow, and uth and filled with Howors-MlHsns Father Issued mt nf thusN.retg.te'UCourtillaml
IL'I rll'lee i badly bruise faeiHelf. Grandma Captain larder, of Sebastian, Is now Allen, Nina Baldwin, Winifred' Dlxon\ :: : : :II :I'f Otis': lnasty aaUBl Your Business Respectfully Solicited
over 80 of We all Mamlo Itftmle ..l. uf Nsw York t
years age. bope forer owner of the motor boat Jumbo and one ,
: Reference! Indian River /State Hank Tltnsvlllo Fla.
I
leo. M. Holililul, Attorney 42-6:
ipeedy recovery.Tbe I of tbe largest vessels tbe ll.h buitnen. Song-ISattle hymn of tbe ltepubllaFlag _. I
launch Ida May carried the '01. i 9 the Indian lilver. This large vessel : drill-bf twelve' young people, \ -. .-
,wing party, last Sunday, to Cocoa was formerly) owned by the East 90l\8t each carrying a flag, l xtfin., and l wear- WilY USB: OLD STYLE BLOCKS, t.TEEES t.
,< b.Cap: aID It. W. and Mr. and Mrs Turpentine Co., of Eau Gallie. log sashes' owed, white and blue-Wini. when you can buy the best Self-Luek.
fred Dixon, Esther. Allen, Clemle Witt ing Tackle lllocke at nearly the sium
it. JSeauJoan, tbe Misses Jesus. aDd Tbe third wedding In Eau Gallie withIn .
fold, Dorothy Allen, Ollie Page, :NM price. Now In use la the United .
race Ueaujean, Mr and Mrs.
Alex J. the last month oil Tuesda
came on
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Dawley, and Maateia Robin, IJIr.nlllud Males Army and Navy Departments.
oode and sons Richard and Alex. and
last In the church highland
liaptlst on
William Allen. Examine: them at the AnvoOATK: attics
on Beaujoan. All report a good time avenue The Rev. Mr. Keith performedthe :: J
Then they marched from the chirred\ Tltuavllle.
aatUfaotlon hundreds
are giving greatest to our
i I Mr. and Mrs. John B. Lee left'on Sun ceremony. The contracting parties From Ocklawa'a Nurseries
4f for their summer's Outing to the are both well and favoiably. known cltl of customer In Florida. They always
I ''koimin lakes, where they will enjoy zoos of Eau 01111 Ie. Miss Malbla, ell- grow, and they always bear fruit true to name of variety '
cuing, then they will visit other states ash' daughter of John It. Matbla. and

r< returning In.the fall' to their hand. Mr. JesHe St. Clair, )'ounlte.tlon of Mrs planting' grove<< now, think of the future
25 PER CENT CASH Some'satisfactIon In lllIC
'me Melbourne home Mr. Lee bad the Maggie! :sl. Clair Uoth bave hosts of 1JIK HUCCKH3 OF YOUR INVESTMENT
,Ufurtune, a few day's' before he left, to friends In Eau Gallie and along tho East; "
"flic' al\Verecut on, bis hand, while Coast of our state.! The chuich was beau. depend on the tree you piano MAKE\ NO MISTAKE, but come to I

reined tuning the a tree wound.Dr. Peek sewed and tlfully, decorated was-altogether, and Inadequate during the to ceremony hold l i Disoo1.lrl.: t Sewle Headquarters for Reliable Trees: Trees gusrrinteed to "i at des-

r the crowd of friends. who were present. tlnallon In good order. JC they
OD the afternoon of May 28th light- A reception was given the young coupleat ). don't, we replace them :NO WIIITK FLY

''nj? struck the outlook oo the hand- the home of the bride, and later lathe __ __ .. n. .. __ ._ _. .._ _.__._____ .. .. .___._

\I. line ion winter Mestiri.home R.V.of. lIon.Unodo.George Charles K enadeifby evening, the the Fagles young Band couple and were a number ser TWO WEEKS ONLY. -ATHWKHH' 0 W. CONNER Prop'r.'

I.I. impbell, A J. Goode and Claude Edge: of tbe friends the bride and groom ,
era noon |In the building with tire exuguWiers Being Invited Into the house they were I'I'TANOKtnNE I'I

but were pleased to find not served with Ice cream and cake. After: -' -' KI.OUIDA.
and a badly damaged roof and three wishing the young couple long life and bi a-JU-NE.-i4TH.

'talrs rooms.'Mr K. W, Goode has happiness on tbe Journey through life STARTING JUNE 1ST E ___ .. .u. .___ __ .. ._ _
'Ie roof covered until tbe adjuster forinsurancecompany the company then separated to their several ,

'. arrives when le i homes.Ilucklciitf. ._. .. ---. -
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till itlll be made.--'t I Arnica Salvo Win. I Between above dates we will sell at a dis- East Coast Lumber & Supply C6

I count of 25 cent the articles listed below.
I A Grand Family Medicine. Torn Moore, of Rural Route J, Cochran per
1t I "It! give Oa., writes: "I bad a bad lOre come These are the best prices that have over been DEALEKS IV- IrIaumhor

J ord fur Electric me pleasure Ulttem to,"speak wilte a good Mr on nothing the Inntep that would of my heel foot It and until could I applied find offered In the State and it will pay: every housekeeper : c*? ]Z3ullca.lx: : : 1t&'n1orl.a.1; :

rank Cohlan.of, No. 4JO: Houston street, iucklen's[ Arnica Salve. Less than half to take advantage of the sale. OF ALL KINDS.
ell jotk,
I 'ICs a grand family tuedl- of a 33 cent,box won tbe day, for me by
a. fordTSprpsIa and liver com plica. affecting a perfect cure. Hold under To enable our out-of-town trade to secure

J vn'i iny; .while It cannot for be lame too back highly and reeometded weak. guarantee ar the Tltuivllle )Pharmacy the full advantage of the sale, We will PREPAY JUST' RECEIVED IN FORT PIERCE CAR LOAD OF CORRUGATED GALVANIZED IRON)

," Electric Hitter regulate the the freight orvall orders of $5.00 or more DOPING WRITE US FOR PRICES, '.

'atl'e fuctlon, purify the blood, and Shil9h.S. to point Indian River.
I "I''part renewed vigor: vitality to the any on ... .... ..
1I '.* and debilitated ofand .exe Sold List of goods which take the, 25 per cent ,

I ,"Her"* cents!guarantee per bottle.at Tltuavllle Pharmacy M. Stephens, of Lakeland, spent a discount : a I \JV. :E:. P.. :eXEJe",
few days here last week. "
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i, Miss Gertrude Monbey spent Sunday' China, .Glassware, Tinware, Enamelware; TITUSJVILLK, FLORIDA.

, Indianola.: wltb Mobbey.II her. parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. U. Pottery,. Souvenirs, Baskets, Fancy Lamps, Tin: : nnc1 153hoot Iron: V'or1l.or"

TANKS OF ALL KINDS: MAIE'J'O ORDER: ,
J. Magruder and Percy Peteot ofOak
I B rtram Field and Phillip Scbuyler I Hill, were calling on friends here, Alligator Goods, Cooking Utensils, Galvan ROOFINO-TtN AND QALVANIZKD IRON. '
see returned' from tbelr cruise down Suoda,. : BOAT PUMPS AND TANKS A SPECIALTY,
II llan i/ecl Tubs and Ware Fiber
I laver Horace Bennett returned home Micexday '<'1..1 Trails, Japanned Dealers In BICYCLES AND BICYCLE 8UNDKIRS.Ctorxoxro.1 .

Mr and Mr, John Macdonald left on from New Smyrna, where be .t. and Wooden Tails Cut Glass Silver Water X1.oT3o.lx: "or.1E.-'
'irony for their home ended school the session. ,
I m"Divllle, Mass. summer at past _..- .. .-'- .- .. .... .. -- --- -
I>r. O. W. Holmes, of Sharpen, was Coolers Fishing Tackle. Jardinicrn Disc -
Stewart Bell has gone to Fort Valley, ullcd to Shlloli\ last week, to see Mrs -x- .:
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''*"" where Le expect to remain about II. Keebel, woo has been very ill, but Is llccorc' Pa. t- : x
Phonograph
40 months, packing pbaobe. \ slowly Improving. ><: ;, ..&.... ... .ng;; '

C Peacock has had a drove well put .... Miss Mavmle Taylor returned, Sunday -
,'wa on bus- \piece, and expects to have from Oak Hill, where she has been RONALD & FISKE c. 'NO, KALWMININO: VARNWIItffO, STAINING, FINISHING
"ereS,\packing house enlarged this sumrecently making very pleasant visit with Miss SIGN PAINTING OF ALL KIM, KTC.Ohl .
Gertrude Mobley. ,
Furniture made to look Ilk. new Mirrors Made and Ke-Sllrered. ".
W.' lad another scare from Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Taylor, Miss May -Hea onable Rate--
vilbout It doing any great barm. It me Taylor, Truman Aaron and Olivia Cocoa Florida.
presumed; that the rice Laving in aylor, and Mrs. J. X. Mobley I expect VJV_ ELpeED:
urge the work of clearing up an old leave In a few weeks for Kentucky.wbere. ,

jture I' for E. lllldreth were not a* care- they will visit friends and relatives .. -- Shop In Horlmgeour U"IIJIJlI',
the fire a* they ahould have
n, TITUSVILLK, FLORIDA
'n.l that It crept along the grass Think It Saved III Life. II CSIUINONVIN. c.
tul ..
It reached the old mul table, ,... .
tkh: had not been used for and Lester M. Nelson, of Naples, Main,
as Sc years letter "i bay. used Dr. :Mal: by 1\oIa.ohl.nory: : : OOn1pnny":
great loss; but from that the lire ays In recent '
JlI1j1@j{ ,croll' Jog's New Discovery many years, for Spend a Part of Your Summer's Vacation 2J OCEAN STREET: JACK4ONVILLK, FLA.
cad) the foot Mr.Ulldr.th's. grue.. coughs; and colds and I think it saved b
.'4 c''-bed the life. I have found It a reliable rem PORTABLE AND STATIONARYKNOINKS.
Ant of my
I>t1 row orange and I N THE: BLUE RIflE )JIOUNTAIX OF WESTERN NORTH CAROL1NK.DHok .
-r. badly J}for throat and lung complaints, P.OILF.R4 SAW MILLS, "
would no more be wltbont"a bottle than pure spring water, bre..}b* God' pare air, where tie eights are .. WOODWOI1KINO AACIIlNEny.
wltbont food. For nearly
The I would be always 1 cool and KO MOSQUITOES. 8IIINOLF. MILLS, LATII MILL8.
Ile t l-ills Ever Sold forty yeaisw Discovery baa atowj// at
Af the bead of throat and lung remedies. I Complete line carried In stock for Immediate -
'.J :' ''n doctoring 15 years for cbronlo AI a preventative of pneumonia, and HOTEL ((\YE." bin. 140 elegantly fardlfthH rooms efeirl Babied, Olla tIe. thlpment. It will pay you to aY

'f 4, Co ars' aDd, nothing' l'n<"nK baa over don eau healer of weak lung It has oo equal.. witor broad veranJabe, ball ryoot and orcbectra bat I considered 4.AJ.. noDnnlt eta before buying." Poatal wilt ta ,

"ac.o,' r'1 der Fr'Iennbe best .old." barmaey within the reach of all. Writ and. tell at 'what you want M we catalogue and prlon ,
> B, Ay.cnof Ingle Jde. N. C.rmac all our personal attention. Addrean.WM. '
give correspondence
4d Under lluaraDtee a' the TItovllle OB ALL KINDS OF' JOB PRDfTlXO We are floneTal; Southern Ag,nt. for Celebrated Farqubar Engine, Boiler

20; remember the ADTOCT of e.. UEWITT, Manager Hotel Gaul, UILNDEILl9NVILLE. N. C. and Saw Mill. .

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Free and Mrs. H. L. Bowen of Wayne W. Va., trial of "probation" tbe "gTflng of offenders 1 s EDSporfrce
writes: "I wee a sufferer from kidney '
law EAST COAST
against tbe one more FLORIDA
Masons. disease, so that at times I could not let RAILWAY
Accepted out of bed aDd when 1 did I coup Clot chance to U good bate teen summedup anepndg.odrcll.buuyr.rcy's..e.

--- stand etralgbt.; I took Fole,'. Kidney and the record! Is Interesting to ..iBBcUeibTthem.Mine. .. I LOCAL TIME CARD No. 75. IN EFFECT APRIL
: Itemed;. One dollar bottle and part ol _ever}'body. About every family group Farmers 14. 1908
f No. 00 the second cured me entirely" Foley +tt.F Ar have confidence No. 99 No. 29Dally No.
751'No..
Jnllan ) baa its derelicts, the youthful or half l(. InthembecauM MAIN LINEJackeonvllle. l 9SJlWp
Kidney Remedy works wonders where : ,J know they Dally Da.I_ Dalha1
River TltOSVllleFlorida. others are a total failure! 'lltuavll grown offender against! rules. The can the y be relied upon. -- poi! .rn ..._. .. .. ...!'r :*r.nl y t
Pharmacy method in "probation" baa been to Don'tespert eMpm 10.6m A.et.Augeatlne..L lOpra604p ,
,' ti. mint with cheapaeedeyouraurc' 782 pm: it 43am ::.=..Ea.t Palalk ':.::: :.: : Lodge sift out the caaual and the accidental y' 1231'11I Lv..e _....Or mood__.. ., 121pmlOTpm
.......__... .14 111I
Holds 'lu meetings the "eoimil and fourth trd ', Japao'e Ocean Commerce. offender and give him or her liberty to / ty IIMlB buying 926: pm 1114I pm Lv..New.D.'ton.L'emvrna J1010pm
T.>f each month In the MaaoDlo Temple, Ttruvllle .. ti eccdiwntoutbyconKteatloua : nn: ,:==.TltUK .::=.Lv SSOpm114pm:::
Advices from try again to be good. Four out of 1118
\. Tokyo seem to Indicate a pm
wk 11na
,at f hM u>
p. __. ,
trustworthy 1200n' a12pm Lv."_ .Cocoa. __,,,..Lv 11 S3 pin .
P.W, Ruheru, Worxhlpfnl Muter.Otwar that lie ambitious Japanese are not to five of such cases have ended In permanent house.thj 120am a16pm t- ...Rock led e. ..,._Lv It W pn1164am- "
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A, Htewarl, la irry's $eed aBKUsi 1289am 4AOpm F.e'iGilla"Ly i :
Harry Wllann 1 Jnnlnr I'\a'.f.n. swallow at the first dash the Immense reform. Tbjs a saving of rori LF.a. Addrea. 1219: sod 1100 pin 1.f: =.w..M..lbourn.L' 1144 am I
h. K Where, Troaniirer." ocean trade of the orient Immediate! workers to society and also a savingof 1 h.fitiICs1aarMicaSend IlfiO.m 700 pm L'.I.I.lerr..L' 8 MaraTMam 11 III

Jno.Frank R.Ham Walker, Henlor Hnoretarjr.Ioao .D.rh' after the war wltb Russia great expense of maintaining! persons :oo lie em am 1014 901 : t;::::::.Wmt. Palm.uderdale.JZIT"I Heacb: "t: 6 69 am N i! ,
-- --- ......_Miami... ...... a, : tri.m
.... I,, Hxma, Junior. Ixtaoun.Cliaa. 736 Ito 1168 pm ? ? BOO am J
of
lines were projected for the pur in Idleness at the expense society. LV. .. M1am1 /. II.Walton, Senior Hteward..T Hteward.J. of The of the court tbe ADVOCATB Job Printing f tloo.m: .Ksoam 1060am Ar.=::::..IlomeeeWLv:::: :,: 510pra 210 : =
frailer tbe "probation" your
D W.. KnnU, Tyler..lonlur) pose wresting freight traffic of theory tBWpm!! .. ................. At...?....Knight's Key Itnfiil...... ....?.......pm......... ...lin.am,
M.8.Hmiu, Chn.dsin. tbe Pacific from other nation" Bill Is not based upon belief In regeneration .D.11e.eept5unday. leundaysandTbnredaeoaly. tTuetdaytand:

enterprises naturally appealed to a people I ,_ a radical change of heart but ............... ........... PALATK Balurdty rs1J-:
bat had come oat gloriously In a upon plain common sense.! The offender t i BRANCH

INDIAN ItlVKIt CHAI'TKIlXO.: ollOll't wltb one of the fi oat powers. sees. tbe> error of his ways Le.E.a". EAST PALATKA Arrive Leave PALATKA TO Amve
KOVAI AKCII IMABONS. TO PALATKA Palatka Palatka EAST PALATKA bast
monster'sblp bitter and is Palaka
One combine organized through experience anxious : P.lukaYJ
Thn Indian I River' Ohaiitor, Royal anh:: MaannDIMU : in Japan to' operate new lines the to mend them. This i* not con t'It' \( ........ ..N'o.4 ". 680 am "IM-.m ..._.No.47 I'! II,...
| on A
niniitb tilViuonln ant Dsllj.
the nnt WediteMlur or will it lb ..No. ,. e/6 900 in "__.No.411 "all'M.
YOU RECEIVE A SAMPLE i .
,' > Temple Pacific never got beyond the paper version but enlightenment The subject 92115,1: ;:::::.Na :, Day.: :: ==: 945 :: 1t 16an1 .... ..No. 61 e40a.
1.'oll..lnl.. the offliern of this thapuir II 60 .m .__".No. 69 trip,.__ 1210 phi 260 1'11I ,,.... Na 68 i atlj"w.4OIky 1116 im
M. H. Ram, Kioellant 111(11I'rlaat. stage, and a vast amount of energy is transplanted ,from a criminal COPT OF THIS PAPKK ZIT phi _. _No. M .,.11,__ .2& phi .110 pm ..,,. .,No. f Dally,,,,,,. ,

e M.:H.: WilMin: : 'II''e.aunr.:: glory And profit to accrue from a prac works with that for his own salvation. SAN MATEO BRANCH I IArrt"
r 0 A etewerL, N.wreterr.1T i LET YOU KNOW THAT i _
:s.:i ndxr., l'aL: of lir.eI.t Heel monopoly of ocean commerce on Tbls Is better than punishment Inflicted Lean. EAST PALATKA A lVe Le.v. SAM MATED _
1*. W. KolHiru.) frlunlpal rtnjourn one side of the world. This huge fizzle merely as a penalty and which TO e
: WE WOULD LIKE YOU TO !:
K. Mnriran, Koyal An'h t'e'mein." TO SAN MATEO Meo Mateo EAST PALATKA
J.:k Wilier.; Muter' of Third V, led the Japanem. to take second will 1 bo squared, with Interest perhaps I P.Ltkie.e
P.J. Hall, M..rof Hamnri V. : BECOME A 8 U US OR I BElt. i ia am _,., ,.No. 40 1).117,.. 660 am 900 aro ......_..No.1IO Delly."_" :49...
C.M. rltewart, Mauler of Pint V. thought, and they find the field already by further acts of rebellion. Human a 1M1 m ,.., ,.No. 68 Dill nR't m 810 m ............N M tall............ r M m

,I FA.Inaley: tenLinel. more than. filled and profits very nature in the main is disposed to be i N.. 2l No.19 No.17 MAYPORT No. l/ 1 Na. 22 NoV71

.imMl. Smaller companies organized lenient toward Orst offenses due to impulse. i Dally Deny Daly BRANCH Dally Dally Ddtyeoopm

In the wake of the big combine have ., Perhaps human nature la a i'i2 ; "
OKDKIt OK KAftTKKN TAK. i 200 pm 940cm LrJcekeonllle..Ar 700.01 1 j pin eM I'll'
(Unhanded or contented themselves safe guide. eioI'm 2/0 pm 1021 am Lv.l'ebloJle.ch.Lv 620.. 1 l/f 1I40.1D lotpn
': r'rlendehlpChapterNo.11hold.ltemeetinmLb. :: I ....4NNNNeeNNNt N. etpm 240 pun i02aemLv.AtlantieBeohLv eUarn 1186.01 lops .
Maaonlo I Lodge rimm, Titnirllln, on the with a small share of the bustneas I 710 m IH m h/0 emAr. Ma nrt.l.v 800..m. .. litO am ao .
{ Brat and third lumiliijs In each month at S*IUf .nlVe.3
p. ro. The following are the oflloera of the clone at home. Dividends upon ships -- --" - 10.1 (a9 Ne,4 No. 9 No. 10
Chapter i .Ily or.spCltYBrsncb ally Dally Daily Bunted Brlnch hon, n
In operation It Is said have been
Mica Zandls Stewart. Worthy Matron.H kept sr, Nun e x Pun, ex, Pnn, es. Pun, ex. Sue, er,_ Rur,
It. Wilson, Worthy l'ttonMra. up by government subsidy, and. being J
110 pm OOOam LNewSmyrnsAr. 116 pm e00 pm a am LvTlniwilleAr.l4gpm
I M. K. lloblilin, Ainx-laie M.tr..n.Mn. already debt, tbe government cannot a26 pm It 80mm t.v.IcC. Helen Lv, 1261 pin 111 in 900 sin Ar. Sanford Lri atoam
K. H. WiliMin, ra-rincK.il. Heoretary" 6343 pm 1060am Lv.Orang. ClyL,. 1220 pm 110l.a ...... ,
Mra. Bnrtha Kllno,Treaau..r.The hack new Miterprliirs and may be compelled 810 .m 11OAiitn Ar.Oran a (il Je 1215 pm 100 .m ...........-e.... ..................... ..... ... ......?..
folluwlnK oMIoem were dppolnted i
Mr. IMvoe "H-m', Adah.. to drop some of tbe obligationsof 0 nnt.e Ions mod. St Knteht. Kn) Dealt for K.v SVe.t end )(.vn..
MI.. Hinle Tarter, lluth.MIH .
Lena Mendel, Ktlher.Mm. tbls nature already assumed. ce-l b.>e TINS TAR LEN ehow the tlmci at which tralm may be expected te arrive
llanitnl, Martha.Mra. The and depart from 5 several alatlonni but their arrival or d.psrtor. at the time*
new
restrictions placed upon emlitrallon stated 1. not 5uaranteed dnee the held itself for
]M Korluiitonr.. KlocU.fliaa. nor Company reipvutlbl any delay
its Welton. Warder. from the mikado's realm are aLlow or anyeonane n"nre.rl.Inptherefrnm.

John H. Walker,itwntlnpl.Ueo. for the ocean carrying 'ompnole.. For Cop of the Local Tin*f'aril or other rt f"rmtltoaI.e4I
]M.Kubblni, Cliaplaln. II''i'lIIJ TIOKJ-2T XOJdNT."
We know In this country what a lift JD.RAHNERAaafatant General Page. Act.. ST. AUOUSTINE FLORIDA

Immigrant fares have been for steamship 1 9Ch ,
KMOIITH PTTIIIA.INIIAN )tl\'hitLOOOB er
companies and railroad. The
NO. 10:1.I" : .
tourist traffic now makes up In large

measure for the relative decline In j

orient iroflts' the from tourist?Immigrants.traffic which But In was the it t ro q Atlantic Coast Line R R.j


never great, Is on the decrease, and r

without profitable business in emigrants

Mmt every 2nd and 4th Monday eveulugi In the steamships have no certainty -
,
each month, at* o.c..II. I GOES EVEUYWHERE.
('h.noellorCnmmander .. ... :...It.MHallevVlnaChanoellor. of profitable operation. New tariffrates
.. .. .'... .. ,H. U. I'tler1'relaM on Importation. which Japan is N
...... .. .,.; ... : "..:..W.H.1.11
M..teratArnta,.., .. .. ?.I,A. Hen* adopting are temporarily disturbingocean
Maator of Work.,,::, :. :::: :.John; R. Walker trade, and freight la not to be
Inntlr (lu.rel........ ... .......W.T. MatbttnOiitorOnard North South East and West.Through
........ ..... ......T.K. l Ireine reckoned on as a warrant for increas-
AleetrofaachegeeL. .. ,... ..!>. H. PrlttihanlMaaterof ..
Klnano ... .... .. ....080. llrorknttHee leg the .]>erof Record Mid Real..,,.. ..(>. A. BtowartAllvUltlng Ia the end It will probably appear that
Kiiiht cordially Invited attend. Pullman service all train
the lines already operating will be sat-
Isned W''ath small returns and bar out Four Sailings Each Week "
CONSULT TilE "PURPLE FOLDER.
A TITI'SVILLE CAMP NO. 141 newcomers In the Pacific field. I
:
BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK.

i, Isli living Honest Second Cbteaee. I. I

Recently the results of a aeven years' Calling at Charleston, S. C., bothways) For farther Information, ncbedul, rate, reaer atlon see your nearest

i -- Ticket Agent or call on or wilto! to
The Finest Steamships, in Coastwise ServiceClyde l I,

I FRANK C. DOYLSTON, or A. W. FRITOT,
New and Southern Lines.
England
JFI, vast HELPFUL Direct Service Between Traveling: rtusenger Agent. District Passenger Agent,


Meets ev.ry flrt and third' Monday In each J JackSon Ilie Boston Providence and all Eastern Points ATLANTIC COAST LINE, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA,
month at 1 p. m., Ibup at tin ..MwwioTemple. ,

tfnninl .C..mm.nd.r..r.N. HltohoookA ADVICE r (Calling I at Charleston, S.C.'both ways)
4*lar Lieutenant., ... ....... W. KnlierttKanker
.. .. .... ".II........ .. BCMI-WEEKLT RAILINGS Ilonthbonnd. .
... II" .. ...0.J. I L.]Mandavlllailerk TarrulhernKioort ........... ............ .. .. ...... .. ...."..... ......... .from Lewd Wharf, Hoatononbbound
..'... ::. .:.::.. ::. :.::.:.:..Oeo.:H.HrSokettWatohmau ...... r. .... from foot of Catherine Street Jackeoavllle MalloryLines
:. : : : .. ....J. O.unbanf
).ntry.... ...........'.,... .11 Oeo. W. llanfordManagers .
.... .. ... .".. .....F lIN IllaokA. St. Johns River Lino _
P.: Orulwr H.: Clyde
All vlalllng Woodmen cordially Invited to
SPECIAL PASSENGER-EXPRESS STEAMSHIPSLargest
attend the iiieellnga. BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND SANFORD.

.. .- Stopping Palatka, Astor Bereirord (DeLaml),and intermediate landing on the
Bt.auhna Hlver. and most thoroughly equipped paKKeuger steamships on tbe coast.

j' The epidemic tit bomb throwing Steamer "CITY of JACKSONVILL1J" -NO OVKRCROWDING-

of suppressing anarchy, but doe. not m. Returning..,. Sanloni, Monl.)., Weilnewlajra and Fridays, 10,00. m. IMPORTANT STATEROOMS ARE POSITIVELY GUARANTEEDouthete
A ships( as no tickets will be Bold to exceed the numberof bertha,
the work of the I nu l'i.Rt d
simplify Bupprosaors. '
:
r r Read H.mm.: SCHEDULE: h .. uu or the seating capacity of Dining Halls, thus Insuring all passengers indlvldu
Itusula, Germany and tome of the oth .. ... okonallle.Uoe .
3 8 Oil
er old world countries where the law. i.e.sari ve e II in in, .I ,falatka ... : .. .xre 10 M p.a m.m. etTlce and attention ___ ___
Imavs I in....:. .:: ;: :;:: ..... Astor ..... :: ;; : :; Lea,. 4 no p. m.
.1.
lea elements bare at lead a color of hive ;; : .C. IleresfordilieLajBanford LY : :: ; Leave 1 00 p. mmline ;PASSEXOEKS LEAVE JACKSONVILLE EVERY FRIDAY.
excuse for their outbreaks have ,in A in .. .. : Inew la 00 a, m,
Iht. m. .. .. .ELterpd.e.. Leave 111 no a. m. (Se Scbedule of Ships In Florida Times-Union)
summary way of dealing with the offenders .
Passenger and Freight Office, 122 \y. Bay St., Jacksonville.
but In a, republic Ilk. our. the LOWEST RA TES TO NEW YORK AND ALL POINTS NORTH

matter Is far less. simple. Nevertheless You won't tell your family doctor It. H.RAY M OND. Tloe-IYe>l
the uecoHslty for stamping out tho whole tory about your private C. P.LOVKLL, Fla. Krelitht JeekoieIlle.A gent, ria F. M. IItONAIONOiR JaokRonTllle.ria.' A. O. F' ,A. FAMOUS "SEA ISLANDS.

this .ort of crime Is becoming more Iliness-you am too modest. You W. M. 111'PIR. AGENT JACKSONV LU!, FIJI.
need! ( not be afraid to tell JMrs. Pink. GENERAL: OFFICKSt Pier. ae, North River, New o Turk. at
and more Imperative. Through tickets sold to all northern points. For full Information regarding
barn at Maaa.\ the '
-, could, not Lynn explain: to the doctor.thlng*Your)0\1 -- .- -- -- -- tractions offered by no other line; diagrams, reaervatlns, tickets, etc., apply to

China I. moving steadily toward the otter will he held in the strictest con. A. W. PYE, F M. IRONMONGER JR.,

goal of industrial Independence Her Idence, From her vast correspondence General Passenger Agent Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent.

I'! latest effort In that direction Is to e.- with sick \\\omen during the 122 WEST DAY STREET, JACKSONVILLE, KI.A.

tabllab u government printing office, past thirty years she may have Don't .--
-- - ----
+ BO tbat there will be no necessity of ruined the very knowledge that will WorryIf

drawing upon foreigners for such help yourca. buc\ h let terj as the fol-
SE B<> :HD
lingfrom grateful
women, establish i
thing as postage stamps stamp duty .
certificates, bank notes and other official beyond: a douht,the powerof you aro side, don't worry, but begin at onco

6' ,1 papers. There Is no doubt If they LYDIAE.PINKHAM'5VE6ETABLE I to make 'yourself well. To do Ibis, wo but repeat i AIR LINE RAILWAY.

set themselves to It the managers of COMPOUND' I the words of thousands of other. sufferers from I SAVANNA, COLUMBIA, CAMDEN. SOUTHERN PINES RALEI3I1, RICHMOND
a governmental printing establishment
In China can give some other nations to conquer all female diseases. ; [ womanly Ills, when we say: WASHINGTON, BALTIMORE PHILADELPHIA, NEW YORK.
Mrs. Normnn Barndt of Allen-
points In economy of production. ,

town, Pa. writes: II Three Elegant Trains Dally ,
h Castro Is excellent line of Ever since I'was sixteen' years of
: getting an
i awe 1 had buffered from an organic tieanfrement Seaboard Express. Seaboard Mail
, advertising against the day when he
and female weakness) inconsequence
may come to tbls country and have bis I had dreadful headaches TAKE CAR.D D-I Seaboard Florida Lirnited.MODERN .

; name enrolled among the high priced and wan extremely nervous. Sly physician

platform stars who art out for the I said I must go through an opera
Ion to get well. A friend told me PULLMAN EQUIPMENT.
stuff. about Lydia K. Pinkhain'a Vegetable

Compound, and I took it and wrote you 121
Insanity Is to U the plea advancedby for advice, following I your dtrectuwisarefully It Will You TilE SEABOARD FLORIDA LIYIU .
1 the Korean who killed Diplomat and thanks to you I am to Help Solid Pullman Ventlbuled train St. Augustine and'JaoksonTille to New'ork 'r
day a. well woman, and I am tflllng l via Richmond and Washington Dining Car (a la carte .rvlcc), Double Drawl. *
Stevens In San Tranclsco. How quickly .
d all my friends of my experience" For 50 this wonderful female has room :Sleeping Cant, Stateroom and observation Car. Leave St. Augustine II s'
I the alert foreigner picks American years, remedy, t
i up ( m., and Jacksonville' 13W! p. m., daily; including) ,Sundays.
/is methods: FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN. been benefiting sick women. Mrs.\ Jennie Merrick,

:For thirty years' Lydia K l'1nk.ha.m' of Cambridge City. Ind. says: "I suffered greatly ,
nothing For full Information>> and sleeper reservations call on any Agent
There may be about Yegetabln Comi I tbe American multimillionaire, but It'. from rooU and herbs, hate been the I I with female trouble, and the' doctors did no good. .Seaboard, or write

I his( flush condition that pleases European atandard remedy for female ills, i They wanted to operate, but I took Cardui ami it 8. C. BOYL3TON, JR., Asst. Gen. Paw Agt., JA'CKSONVILI.E.. FLORID

princes who need the money and has positively cured thousands I made me f'ellike a new woman. I am still using ----- --- -
who have been troubled withiaplacements
women inflammation,ulcera- [ this wonderful medicine, with increasing relief." i1uiiiiCTE

By arranging to buy houses for dip. lion fibroid irregularities SEND
II 1 tumors, YOUR ORDERS TO
t Jomatlc representatives this country periodic painsbackachavthat. hear i AT ALL DRUG STORES

4 will enable Europe to sell us real estate ng-do\vn feeling flatulency\ indiKes- I
4i
i as well a* art treasures. t.iondlu1nesstornenoU prostration FOR ALL KINDS OF JOB PRINTING i


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EAST COAST ADVOCATED TITCISVILLEi FLA. JUNE 5, 1908. 7

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JACKSONVILLE.

FIGURE FLOATING FAD. MORAL PAIN REMEDY.French The Oldest K.UMI.h.d Orals and Seed lions la the But. ,

Y Travelers; Hotel Nsw Exercise For Women at a Chi. Method
ft New JACKSONVILLE, FLA.On Athl.tio Club. Society' to Cur a YA4a71
cape
Heartache by Sclentifia Toothache -v'V'JXl.: : ..A.. BovLro: cSc Co. It
the American and European Plan- "Figure floating" ts the latest aocl-
One pain drives out another. daresay
t Under new management. Newly furnished and renovated. A Pleasant ety fad.
family home. Rates: Amerloan Plan, *::tto and ti,50, European, ftdcts Five huna-v4 Chicago women fought ;you are familiar with that old say GRAIN HAY AND GARDEN SEEDS ,
and up. All car form Union Station atop at tbe door. Ing. On tbe Idea contained In this ,
and struggled the other day at the proverb a man of genius has founded
H W HANCOCK, Proprietor.The Women1 Athletic club 150 Michigan a society which has already attracted Flour Grits 'Meal and Fertilizers
located Riverside! ,
beautifully Hotel at Ureen Cove
Springs Is under the
,
avenue to nee the Chicago Initiation a number of members.
sane management.. of the new ierclse for women. The name of the organization Is the a 3X( \ East Ray Street, J JACKSONVILLE FLA. C

Eight Chicago' society girls whose Society' For the Suppression of Moral
Catalogue/ Frog Warehouses on tracks of N. A. L. 1\',. and A. C. L. R,.
Identity was closely guarded Introducedthe Pain by Physical Pain. And tbe
The Everett Hotel J JACKSONVILLE, figure floating to the women of worthy founder explains its aim and

FLORIDA the club, under the direction of Miss purposes In a circular which hn* been
AmlcL *XT Iiu tu lug director of the organization. sent broadcast' writes the Parts correspondent -
-- -- of the New York .American' McMurray& Baker

Florida's Largest European Hotel The girls clad in neat and uncuin- For Instance, a man Is stricken with
bersome btthlng be la brutally .
suite of varied hue, some great grief Perhaps
nq-;: plunged Into the Dimming tank at a abandoned by a dearly loved wife, 401....1:1 inat play Street, Jacksonville .Florida "

Private Bathe Sample Room Long Distance Phones In Every Room. given signal and floated like mermaids, and life becomes an Intolerable burden and Jobbers of
.v. -The Best of Service_ while the excited women spectatorswho Now- Instead of dreaming of sul '-'- -
could get near enough to see: the clde, he merely telephones to tbe soclety -

tktm OEO. If. MASON, Manager exhibition wllllly applauded them Hundreds Forthwith,dentist Is sent to his Vehicles Harness Carriage and Wagon Material
lID who could not get Into the swim house ,
111IID) DAYTONA IIiACII.I ming tank room because of Its phys That able man approaches the desolate
.gym -. ical limitations shouted and fought for husband and a-I'f's'bhn an Injection 8addlerylRubber Tires.

positions of vantage while the new society which causes immediately a ragIng Etc.
am.i Etc.
I New Seaside Inn DAYTONA BE.tCII, FLORIDA show was In progress. toothache Tbe I pain lasts for three First-Class Repairing and Painting,

The Chicago !girl floaters had been days The deserted husband groan -
!.V' and Surf > trained for weeks! for the exhibition by and roars but during the three days "
.ttk Good Fishing Bathing Rates: *..V) per day and
up.
I&ID Miss Amlik, and they presented' a at all event he does not tblnk of his. 1 ; A Handsome Rocker I AN
Also furnished cottage for rent for housekeeping. pretty spectacle ns they glided on the broken heart This society' It seems tome

''ll surface of the water baa a prosperous future before It.
ROIL tCE F.
. STEWART, Owner, FREE
After the Boating maneuvers bid been ,
__ .. \V R Ward of Tenn
:1 IF .- u --- --. concluded tbe sw lining girls Dyorsburfj, I
gavean
T writes "IhlsU to oeitlfy 'ibat I have
pm SHAnIUmZJ exhibition of high; diving and swimming used I-oley'a Oilno Laxative for chronic.
pmpm Man was tarred =No" member of constipation, and It baa proven without Send Today for Full Information 1

m the masculine sex gut within gunshot a doubt to be a thorough practical tenierly 'v o"* 1 Chain at Factory Price i
range of the building, and scores of fur ihls trouble, and It la with pleasure
Ior The Breakers.SEABREEE, }'FLORID women were disappointed' because they I offer my conscientious loiereitne" ti __,._ Illustrated Catalogue Mailed on Request j jJ

could not got within seeing distanceof : lliusvllle Pharmacy.
lID -5 the swimming tank. --- --- FLORIDA CHAIR FACTORY ;

111I I Besides tbe floating and swimming Fiddle and Grow Hair J JACKSONVILLE FLA.
It Is now a scientifically proved fait
- features exhibitions In dancing the '
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- Rate $1,(00) )per day and up. Special by Week or Season matinee waltz, the gypsy dance, buck' thnt music exercises' a grout I 1\1I1I1I'Ol't' P' I
M and wing and the guvot were given I on the growth of the bnlr It U wllb )

tar by girls, ten In each group. The dancing good reason that great musk Inns, such
=- I. M. :MABUETTE: Manager programme came to an enthusiastic as Pngnnlul. liszt and PmlerowskU THEY ARiOVR
"'\\lit" growth of hair FERTILIZERS
are represented
___ u. u' _ _____. climax with a Spanish dance )performed 111t'uvlell..
which Abunloin ,
DA by Miss Hopkins, a profession might/;
TITUS LLn al. Ilefore the dancing a bout with Science' tins protest that stringed Instrumcntn -

dueling swords between Miss Florence have a fatorable Influence
Chapman and A. M, de Rauvlere stirred on the growth of the hair, while brass are made from highest quality
tbe women spectators Instrument act In the opposite dliectlon GROW

The SterlingJT1TU.. n.LE. FLORIDA It was the first athletic event of a Every!: one has) probably observed animal products, which are everywhere i
l public nature given by the Woman that a bald violinist Is aa rare a* a

Athletic club for several yours, tbe pro- bald born player In. common. Wood In known to be the best
gramme being designed to arouse tbe strumontu, such a* the flute, seem to
Interest of the members In athletic exercises him no pronounced Influence either il
forms of food. Use them '
BIG plant
At Its conclusion a tea party \\'lIv.-l'arlli Manestrel)

was gtt'Pn, and so ninny rushed for tho .
How to Clean Wicker Chairs.Dirty better
tea room that a panic wall narrowly wicker chairs and table are and your crops will grow -

averted.
easily cleanwd and umde to look like
new by being sl'ruhht.d with salt and and your pockotbook grow i
Nn NEW WAR ON WALL STREET. water and then set In the lUll and air CROPS
fatter than before.MANUFACTURED t
s to dry, over .
Farmers Won't Tell "Gsmbltrs" How "
Much Gram Thy Have Planted The Fnoclt-ont Blow.
iu3 :aass.,. t The rnni.ers union In Kansas re-
The blow which knocked out Coiheftwai IN
fusis to give luformatlon to assessors
a revelation' to tho prize flghtiri.
as to the area planted, with corn wheat From the earlinet day of the ring the 1
and other crops, says a Topeka dispatch bnuck! -out blow was aimed for the jaw, Tackooz.vill: : 0., .Fla.Williams' .
,pre[ bltk' 4 .W F 'I )nU .'' R'l N J d',+4ti E. II I leu. Ins. state president, the temple or tin Jugular vein Stomach I
._ _. :
est gives this reason: punches were thrown In to worry and "0
t. ,' If "The Farmers' union has recommended weary the fighter, !but It a aclentltle man
had told of tho old fighters that the '
to its members that they refuse one Mammoth I Mail Order House
make Information mod vulnerable spot, we the region of, ,
to
public concerning
the stomach, he'd have laughed at him !
the amount of grain which for Ignoramus, Dr. Pierce U bringing
t, Conveniently located close to K. E. C. Rv. depot they have planted. This In the only bow an.to the public a parallel factj. that 211 West Bay St. .* -I1. O. Bozt01JACISONVILLE, FLA.
INDIAN RIVER CHANGE
In the famous SECTION.
Information which we want to keep tbtfkVmacXJi the most vulnerable
organout
This house U practically new, having been entirely rebuilt, secret and tho reason wq refuse to \heprtM ring a* well at In It.: we J. ,1. WILMAMH, fruprletur,. ,
erected and all modern
many more room added, piazzas conven
protuctVurhojfta, throats, feet and lung
give tbe Information to tbe assessor
fences Installed, and has been
but theVMMiSbWe
are utterly Indifferent i
Is that we don t wont to give Informa
COMPLETELY RE-FURNISHED to, until dlse Xdnd* the solar plexus
tlon about our business to tbe gamblers CASK: GOOD'SEXPRESS!!/ PAID. SPECIAL OFFER. p
and knocks uiouW Msh n s om ch'ie
Accommodations for twenty. Rates: $2 50 a day and up.
Special weekly and monthly rates. in Wall street n and Stropg by U o mi u[ UP801'O'RYE; Idtobrnok Whiskey drums-Distillery ,

P. 0. WALTON, Propr. ''We have urged congress to take w i e w r I r ter"e Full . . ft (K) Mottling I K apron Collect.:
4 Quart )
.
some action to check this !gambling, I m, u ft, 1Milntaludrum( I , . ,f:11: 00
__ 0 u . . . 1 IK)
0' but they don't seem to do anything so t M Oolden Medical Discovery HOO) Half Pint* In drum ". . 3300
SANI<'Oun. we are doing what we can to keep cures "wtllf stomach: ," Indigestion' ordyspepsia 1J U .." i freight; 'j paid' : : : : l 1J U: (11(10 Mold only by drum Will not break drum Ft
torpid liver, bad, thin and Im
them from getting Information to use OLD HOMESTEAD CORN WHISKEY
blood and other disown of the ore WHLIAMS 10 UVK.
NO.
In their speculations. We propose to pure gallon eapreaspaid . $ II 60CO
Jug,
have some of our own members get gins of digestion and nutrition. 4 Full Quart . . > :1 20 I !
this Information about what our memberm Tho "Golden Medical Discovery" bat .. II" . . .,' 4 60 UN W I II I Iii KIC'Y-Iaprel.!: Collect
The Sanford SANFORD, specific curative effect upon all mucouslurfacei 1:1": It . . . . 0 00 00
House are planting, and after we have and hence euro catarrh no Hoclr111'ork. per ottle$1$
seti FLORIDA obtained It wo have no objection to matter where located or what stags It OLD HALIFAX RYE Rocky \Fork, per 00
'tis supplying Information to the state may have reachnd. In Nasal Catarrh ItI 4 Full Quart . . . ,1 4 20 N. C. Wlilte and Jug . . ,ft 81
board of agriculture for Its report. We I II well to cleanse the passage with Dr.8ae'l II to . . . . 6 (tN.) O. White, better . . . li Of)
0U X C. While, fine. , . :'J M
Catarrh Remedy fluid while using It It . . 19A: )
board of : '
Under are not hitting at the aCt'l.cullure. "
the management of the "Discovery "a a constitutional remedy LaureiValley Corn, . . ,9W
We are willing to give the SUNNY SOUTH RVK.
II l\v the "OoMen Medical Discovery
HARRY P. DRIVER, Information to that board but not to "cures catarrhal dlscuiws, as of the. 4 Full Quart . . . ,1 a 71: KYK WHISKKY-Express Collect

Hotel Wall street"New stomach bowels, bladder and other pelvloorgans 41" . 4 (0( I'er Gallon
late aSIItant'maoag r of San Juan Orlando, Florida will I bo plain to you If you will I 1:1: II II . . . . 8 Of) Copper DUtllleil and jug . \\1 Mall
Diamond Drill read a booklet 1 of extract from the writIng II Tints. . . . \t: a() ) Queen! City .. . . . . 3 OC) t'TELLOWTONEIiOUJUION. '
of eminent medical authorltlns, endorsing Nuuoyftouth\ . . . :a 60Ky
Australian mining men rejoice In the Its Ingredients and explaining. Malt . . . 3 00
poHseMtlon of a nw diamond drill their curative properties.! It I III mallud Bottle! I . , . .I 150 Hurdle nye,6peclal . . . 400
DUCK SHOOTING, '"rj FISHING. neighing only I 400 pounds while the free on r iucsL Address Dr. n.V. I'lnrea, Case . . U: 00 O.erLolt, . . 4 00
at weight of the machines now In us* Is buffalo. W. Y. This booklet gives all the OLD Collect.Rich Hillplanter . 4 Of)
MO'lOU.and FISHING BOATS at all times. iIOONE-Express . . 5N)
three or four tons. Ingredient entering Into !Jr. Plrca. Bottled In bond by tbe U. tI. Oo lm't. "
RATES and* medicinal from which It will be sewn that I Full Quart . ..$ 1 :21 Old lluone . . . . ft Of)
: $100 and ifp.: Special weekly ontbly. St "
For Array ... they contain not a drop of alcohol, pure strlpinreflnml 12 ,. . . U: I W William Private /Meal. . 0 00

\. __ ___ __... .. ._ '0--" Trained falcon to carry dispatches In sDr Plrrca's.glycerine great tbo"artll-J&gflt being used Instead.Itlustrat \ -SEND US A TRIAL ORDER-
time: of war have been tested In the ..d Common Hens Mwllral Advisor. .

IIKNDKIISONVILLK, N. C. Russian army Their speed U four will foe sent free paper. -txmnd, for 21 onefntstamiis . - .. .___ 000-- .-- _._ --
,or cloth bound for 31 sUajps.
tlpies as rapid as* that of carrier
pIgeon Address Dr. Pierce a* above THE ADVOCATE JOB PIIINT1NU OfHCK: DOES I'-UTO-DATK WORK


HEliDERSONYILLE' N. C. BLUE 8ltuatlldtlDthe8ummlt RIDGE 140UN11113.rthe
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2,500( FEET AC- SEA LKVEL. DELIVERED AS..QUICK..AS..A..WINK'lie


A
J Ha!; a population of J.600 On main: Hoe of Southern Railway. Through m

sleepers from Jacksonville, I1'la., direct. Excellent trout fishing In tbe Guarantee to Ship Orders Same Day Thoy Are Received .
'r 1110 lain streams, riding and driving and a hotel tbat I la modern!, electric 1
"Kbu-d Otis elevator and a cuisine and service that pleases This sea : t::'

lion of Western North Carolina la pronouncod tbe SWITZERLAND OF t e WE WILL SHIP YOU
AMERICA For ratel, reservations, *>to., address, .
WM. HEWITT,. Manager Hotel Gates, HENDERSONVILLE, N. C fJ : .
: : : Eiprtss Charges AdtUd to Cost t of Goods.

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" NEW VOlnC.J (41 ? 4 Quarts SUNNY BROOK& $5.00




!Fotd J Marlborough :p00t> f'bRE tvnasarr PLOD 2, QLlarts Sunjny Brook $13.00,


_1 I'UqI rooD 1 J'f1oBW'E /
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TTft. -
Broadway, 36th and 37th Street New Yor!(. .:; : Wtts"tY, : ...:..:a.: E+::'" \\ BOTTLED IN BOND

Completely Renovated and transformed in every department Most cn"y .....:==- -.;:;..:-

,, located botel on Broad..,. ELECTRIC LIGHTS and TELErHONE' =:.: :;:: ---. UNDER GOVERNMENT SUPERVISIONSend

'IU eVlori room 10 the boue. t c

1 EUROPEAN PLAN 400 Room( 200 bath room Rates $1.60 and upward I, for Price List, Long Distance 'Phono 188

4 4J without bath,. f J and upward with bath. Parlor, bedroom and bath 13 ,
ant] upward bedroom and bath .5 and upward.
two

Parlor SWEENEY-TIERNEY HOTEL COMPANY( I CHAS. BLUf/i & CO., 517. 519 W.. Bay Street, Jacksonville, Florida )s

E.. TIERNET, Manager.

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EAST COAST ADVOCATE TITUSVIIXE. FLA. JUNE 5, 1908.

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r f -warn FOR CATALOGUE GIFT-GIVING GOODS GILCHRISTMEETING John R. Walker & Co.


ft m Dlamond. Clocks, J ,,
--e Cut Glass, :
,
t > Broocbeb Ring.Watcbea Pins, -' s tt Silver SllverFlatware'Tea Sets* -TIIK DEPARTMENT STORE

Fobs, Chains' ,wW yr Toilet Article CARRIES: A FULL LIKE OF
U and Painted i *
Lockets, + China, AT THE -
Crease. ; j
t tt Charms 1847 Rogers' ** Olotla.i3a.gr: ZDr37Goods:
Buckles, Plated ware ,
Bracelets and ,;,; !;.;;M TITUSVILLE OPERA HOUSE
t all kinds of y-f eonYrleease.aow Notions, Millinery Shoes Cents' Furnishing, Etc. We represents',> ? LI
bine Jewelry i'" 'r -- Urgent and test Tailor-Made Clothing House In America.
t Him, ', Size.I J

k Furniture: : ,
.
I JEWELERS SII.VKK8MITRH. [ I House and Office Furniture all Kinds and Description\ .
41 West Bay St.Satisfactory JACKSONVILLE, FLAT
I :t Guaranteed. M e Prepay all Forwarding Charges.
.. } :: 32 :rdware.,
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t .
----- -- -' -'-- ''' and Sbelf Hardware, Ship L
'J A Full Line of Heavy" Chandlery, Hunter !Supplle
MOTOR BOAT RACES.The I Everything needed by the Fisherman.
"I Robbins> & Graham Go.Incorporated. *

I ( .) following races for motor boat Groceries: : : ,
have been arranged, for the Fourth of
dlDr
PAID1 UP CAPITAL ':J 6,000.00Thisoompany
own July celebration at Tltusvllle: A Full and Complete Stock of Staple and Fancy Groceries

Clans A.-Speed boats of 12 miles andover
t L :-A 3D B, to be raced according to time -
handed In, and If they exceed such time Send your order and have all yourtneeds\ filled at once. A trial sip call 11tu
.
the
; the Indian River Country On 8t.Lnole
; vince of the great laving both In money and trouble made by
t<\be penalized double. There will be you ordering a Rem
I
,, Hirer; at New River and on Bay first and second prize. consisting of your merchandise from THE DEPARTMENT STORE.I ,.

lilioayne. Price to suit the times handsome silver cup*. Course 0 miles
-
Send for Land List. Clan B.-Motor boats of speed 8 to 13 ......44,.....................................NNN aYc

f r Offices at Tltusvllle and Miami Fla. miles per hour. Boats In this clan will\ H. (a. UTLIIYGeD.ral Manager Da. E. R. itLAazwoon,Registered DrurgtTITUSVI'LLE
",. start from an anchor with engine not In Wednesday June 10 1908 attic,
motion Anchor to be railed and engine tell[

r' r East Coast f Meat Market started at Mgnal from gun. First and PHARMACY 8t
I second prices consisting of handsome PROMPTLY AT 8P. M.
, :owl
a. F. DUflEN, Agent. silver cups.. Course six miles. b

Class C.-Motor boats of speed not exceeding (Successor to the Red Cross Pbarmac,.)
i ES: S3 8 miles hour Boats In this Tb
Sf per The Hon. Frank W. Pope of Jacksonville
r class will also start from nn anchor with TITU.SVILLE FLORIDA 111
H-. i5 I>>: engine not In motion. Anchor tp be I. TitoIn

'C) raised and engine started at signal froma -Stock of--
Fla. and others will address the meeting. P
f.' gun. Six cash prize, .tf,*.5. (4, $:), $i DRUGSAA'; .. n0yini

I J_>> ca. and $1. Course 0 mile ---- ------ ------.---------' -- ----- PURE DRUGGISTS SUNDRIES '
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Clan C starts at l 0:30: a. j. I,
=E .;
: t Claws start at 10.::<0 a. m. -.yO'J'E FOR:: ,;0Trescrlptlons Filled with the a I hbit
tf", r. Clan A starts at 11 :flO( a. m. >
I. Utmost Care and Promptltude'tK: -
i g. y Alt
Boats must be entered In such events

.'\' t; TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.a correspond Entries to be with made their to best Commodore speed. J.Lorillard Royal CL D1.t.rl.rl.: : : : WE WANT YOUR TRADE, GIVE US A TRIAL ORDER. ,of pao'

\ Jr., 'Iltusvllle Fla, to "
up WNNNNNNNL NNNN1t NNNN1N.Nt NpNNN1 I ;
July 2nd Inclusive. f: Ort ,
t Entries are free, and all motor boat, II bor
men are Invited to enter their boats In iorior.Ho
these events. :ZESallzoad.: : Commia Titusville Lumber Co., B

i
t' ': MEMORIAL DAY. LED nearest opponent
ARE NOW 4be
votes In i 1st
last Memorial and by 4,772
Saturday was Dy ,
as usual the occasion was observed In \ SELLINGLUMBER RoD
Tltusvllle by the decoration of old sol- primary, and secured a

t dlers' graves, etc. All over the United t pl.
States little bands of grizzled men, the majority or plurality In gere

remnant of a mighty army that rose, almost AT THE: FOLLOWING PRICES
fV 64't half the TWENTY-THREE coun e of
: a century ago wearing
I ,\ 3, uniform of those days of stress and storm Framing dressed four sides: . . ". . . $15 1: (0)I

as they marched with faltering step and ties. B. Flooring, Celling and Siding . . . . 20 ()V I .1.Ed
t rylt oo laden with /liowera, to the mounds where No. I, Common Flooring, Ceiling and Siding .. . ,.. ... I 15 fJI'' met
gFU1L41 repose the forms of comrade with whom Has been SECRETARYof No. 2, Common Flooring,Ceiling and biding .' .. . .. . 10 0')(I
they shared the weary march the lonely Door and Window Casing and Finishing Material, dressed four sides 20(0)I 30

vigils, and braved death on the field of the Railroad Commission Sheathing, dressed one side .. .. .. . .. . . . . 10()K(I ate

A You will not make a mistake by trying battle. Even In the States which were for SIX YEARS andIs F. O. B. CARS TITUSVILLE FLA.- PROMPT SHIPMENT
the above brand of Whiskey-It lathe ', =
swept by the sword and the lurid flimes -
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grandest for the money B
HANNE BROS., w of war, wherever there are men who familiar with the workof If,. H. SPELL. DK. J. C. SPELL, Re,, .red Pbarmaclit org
1 < and'
fought under the Start Stripe,
Jacksonville Florida Memorial Day I II observed; although ni
the OfficeFAVORS :Banner Store.
Complete Price.Lilt for the Asking Drug
r those who participate In Its solemn and ua'tot
beautiful service may be but a little TirUSVILEE FLOK1DA.
composed of those who when the i ,
strife group was ended went baoic to the country : : Toilet Articles, Perfumery, Stationery, Etc dul

1 against which they bad fought and 1. Only reasonable ratos railroad and express, con- )1
: oast their fortunes with those whom -SODA WATERS and ICE CREAM.
i.t i. they once looked upon as enemies slstant with good l service, good wages and fair ,piedl h

interest honest Investment.
on an ,
t, P h CHURCH NOTICES. ,PURE FRESH DRUGS.. (v
i: TRADEMARK 2. Good service and good tracks. G
A GO'S Mall orders promptly filled. Will order anything we have not In Stock
h IIIRSIIDERQ IIOLLANDKK :
C brand VARNISH WOOD STAINS METHODIST CHURCH, 3. Working with Interstate Commerce Commission rift
Stan The Pastor will\ preach at 'Iltusvllle
t t Coloring Quick to Drying represent,Elastic any and natural Lasting.wood, on Sunday morning at 11 and evening at for fair rates on shipments Into and out of State. E. L. IBSe:: A.3D-ST dz seO., tie YI

Ii' and Varnishing at same application. 7:30 1: o'clock. Also every evening at 7:30:
Can not by excelled. o'clock throughout the week There Is ....;;;... ....;; .. ..f ..ff... ..f fi DEALERS IN- tae
b ONE GALLON MAKES TWO. a place and a welcome for you GROCERIES, GRAIN AND HAY. AND ALL FOOD PRODUCTS I
f For sale byllONALI A FISKE, i
Cocoa, Fla. 11APTMT CI1UHC1I. We handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agents or MAPES FERTILIZER Toll
r' = We deal exclusively In the above line of goods and solicit the trade of all conionMS. 'or''
>y Rev Wm. Stone will\ preach and administer LEADING W Write I as for prices on Grain and all Groceries,delivered at your station.E. ply
the Lord's Supper at LaGrange = L. BRADY A BRO TITU8VILLE FLA.ME1rtyx .
{; KIBLINGERAiltOfflOiJilOl: on Sunday next at 11 a. m.; and preach 1

at Tltuavllle at 1JO:: p. m. CANDIDATEFOR 14to
I l : : G-OODa.2.A.N: : ,

.1' COCOA MimoDisr CHURCH." Next to F. E. C. n,. depot.
Sunrise meeting every Sunday. Sunday TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA y

school 10 a. m., August Lernmerf, s ; -Maklug a Specialty of- J

Superintendent. Pleaching every Sunday : rl.CtK1L( JaTVttitM: 21,11(1 OfuiclieM, t

, \ HIGH WHEELS 11 a. m. and 7.10: p. m. Prayer UNITED OisTJiiTM ruitl Cold DOi'iul" of
meeting every Wednesday night; Cot
i ii
:Z SOLID TIRES, tage prayer meeting every Friday night I Try SCHLITZ FIZZ-a Kon-Alooholio Beer ,Ftd

STANDARD TREAD. Ladles. Aid Society every Monday afternoon SANFORD BREAD, CAKES AND PIES-always Fresh. ue
at 4.80.V.,W, McCom>, Pastor STATES r i Your patronage solicited. Satisfaction guaranteed.
83T5.00 and -------- anat
Up. : -
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W. P. UNDERWOOD, Fort Pierce Fla. A TRIP TO THE BEACH, SENATOR J-. '! TXT'D'S"V'JLLDJ: LZ"'V'1I]:n.Y $3T1iI3L: :: 1.

Mr: Leon Wilson took a party to the :
ocean beach at Cheater Shoals on Sunday :: = FEED AND SALE < MtfiH SADDLE HORSES
West End Pharmacy ; where they were heartily welcomedby rrs t
...STABLES... BUGGIES
Captain Orlando Quarterman superintendent d
DUNCAN
EAU OALLIE FLA.S. of the United States House of U.FLETCHER BAGGAGE SURRErS' a

C. Hodgson M. D., R P., Refuge. The launch, started from the 01DAVLING tf
Proprietor.Corner Tltusvllle City wharf at 8 a. ro. and returned TRANSFER, and TURNOUTS

of Young and Houston Street about 7JO p. m,,the'whole partyreporting Stands for Thesr Principles : i ETC. _- ..all kIDd.

a dellihtfa'time.. Among Control of Interstate Carrier InterstateCommvraa .
by
Complete Stock of Drugs and Druggist's = =
I- Sundries: Cigar, Stationery Perfumery those who went on the trip were: Mr. Conmlalon. ,,y J. M. Oaloetzx: *
Toilet Article, and Mrs. Tre. Wilson, Mrs. George .. Farora/taconio Tax. 'IfI FLORID
TITUWILtE.10
Souvenir Cards Massey, Mr. Leon Wilson Miss Helen Stand lor Tariff Revision and Beneflia to' : I I a rear of Bobbins' Law Office :I Po

Candle_, Eta. Wllaon. Mr. Bert Johnson, Mr. II. A. Florid. Farmer and Frail Grower : I -- __ __------
0 4It
McLendon, Master Hush Wilson. Duty on Egyptian Cotton. .., INDIAN FACTORY.I I
Prescriptions Carefully Compounded. I Government Appropriation for Harbor : RIVER ICE ItR

Inlaad HI...... and Waterway
WALTON SELF-LOCKINO BLOCKSare TITUSVILLE FLA.Is .
0...... to Trmat and all Mooopolle 6Y
JOB PRINTING of all kind done. at for sale by the Atlantic Supply Faror prepared to tarnish Ice ID any quantity-Sacked or loose. Special atteadospaid
ibis office, at reasonable rates. Give Co., East Bay street Jacksonville Cnrreney ,Itetorm. >1,,, W sacking for Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing my motto.

ut'atbare of your work. Fla., ;Af, ...iEiht..i8if.fafE.ENtdti '(.".,.... ...1hEFEE4.aW A. S. PLATT Proprietor.






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