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East Coast advocate
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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 19, 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
lccn - sn 96027112
System ID: UF00079908:00077
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Monday ,I POLITICAL MEETING. AMONG THE HOTELS. 1r

after Iris gro r
On Wednesday evening, the lion Frank Take note of the hotel ads, on our I+

on the lot W, Pope, of Jacksonville, /gave an Inter- Tin page' t
eating address to I the people of Tltusvllle\ ,
\ Contractor The AIIVOOATK Is on file at all the i
In the Opera house, telling them why
[ Dead.)'. best hotels In New York city,
they should! vote for Gltohilst for Governor I
!:: of Flotilla; and also explaining: Th. Continental hotel Atlantic Beach
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of the some of the untruths that were. told' Kla, managed: by Mr. II. );. hernia ls 1.
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[ guest of the about General GllehtUt Colonel 1'01'8told open for t he summer season .

I I Thursday them lots of things about John N. Manager C. T. Massey, of the Palm- .

entertained C. Stockton that they bad nut heretofore. hurst, TUusvllle" retained, Wednesday, 4
heard about, and It seemed to "<>i*>u after a pleasant visit In Jacksonville and

", last their des," for many, p ro ml sod to\ support Tallah\ .KH< residence. 'In Gllchrlst. \Col. Pope who receivedrepeated '
followed Mr. and 5lrs.1 Horace Stewart, of the ;
alppl.u.e| was by
people., to- Mr. J, W. hears, of Klaalmmee, who Seaside \aytonIl1l8lcll.\ and family, I i ,
i :: W. McCord, spoke In behalf Sir I DunoAii. U. Fletcher left thl* week for .a pleasant traveling e

I the a candidate for United States Honitor \' tour through the not'thersu" states, their ; "

and a gentleman! of unquestioned In. present destination being Chicago. The

\ : tegrlty and ability. ctrl Hears loU the Inn Is still open,

young amllttnce many (if the. !good. qualities of The Brvakei, Seabre* (', under tb.nlan"lIl'm..nt .
lu TI.
days
Mr, Fletcher, and'some of the falling of of Mr L M,
: the !guest Governor llroward; and In oODolurolon..lIk..t ol'nflII..t week wltlyan encouragingoutlook
and Mr*. E. ,
i them ti) Volts for M r, Fletcherwh, for the summer Captain Rose

would be a credit to them If sent to wife and children, Muriel and Edward,

; Washington; a* their representative of TitlUhansee, 'and I D. J. Blocker, of I I

that will In- Mr. John R. Walker Introduced l both Stetson Unlvtunlty, DeLand, are. among

do.not gentlemen In deaf little* speeches; and, the guests.
considering the warm evening, the at --- --
to write and
I for, publica tendance was a good one, a number of A GENEROUS ACT.

9't: ladles being present '" t

With an eye for the beautiful, and to
little daugh A READING PARTY. prevent any obstructions from Interfering
having a with the view of Indian Riverfront

Copenhagen, Captain and Mrs \V. Miller Stewart the depot and along DeSoto street, Air
to Titus- entertained I friends, on Sunday last, at t
: : Chris. Brown, unaided, and] without any
their home, "The I Poplars, at Heading,
Mass This delightful home I la b autl. recompense except the pleasure the
here, Mon fully situated on a rise, and, with its well lovely 14.mil water view afford, spenta
Court kept drive and walks, shade tree and week' time In cutting down the tree,
shrubbery, I I. a very charming plaoe., Attached clearing tbe underbrush and
Judge Is away open
to the home I I. a model farmwit
t ; court at vari hundred of the choicest poultry, Jersey lag up the street to one of the prettiest
) and 1 Holstein cows, strawberry' and rhubarb sandy beaches on the river front. la
beds, fruit trees, all kind of vegetables order'r that others may enjoy the bracingall
Jasper Ala, : for the been
table etc.
t and he I I. now engaged
I pretty scenery,
so ago, on a Those who had the pleasure of enjoying
In making benches to be plaoed In the
()I I.I so the hospitality of those charming
()I people, and who arrived early In 'the stmdeof the trees along the bench,where
0IX0' : ; [ she expect afternoon were Capt. Louis A.ltt.opP.: all may enjoy ease and comfort without
IX0 \ manager; of the Warrrn Steamship Line, '
cost or fear of being molested This I is
IX0a()( Maiden Mr. Harold McLean, the' New ,
()I who have England representative of the London- a very worthy act no the part of Mr.
(IXI Gallle, ar Ceylon Tea Co., Boston; Mr. James F. Drown and in example' worthy of Imitation
) ", on their /Noutt, rvpresenutlng; the PMIadelpbla. by river front owner more furtun-
1 Coal Co Mr. Alfred
Mining j Stewart
; a while. We ate, but lens progressivethan bs,
superintendent of the Model Farm, ,
; Reading; )Jr. listen (>. K. Mack, Sibs ---- l5

bad quite ; Marguerite Mack, Melrose; Miss \VIIhelmlna TEACHERS'-EXAMINATION.,
Mack, Cambridge; Mr. Ntopp,
this week, Miss Ruth HUipp, Maiden ; Captain and.
In the teachers' examination In the
James 1'I. : Mrs. J. O Waliou, Boston. ;
rmlDIr The' party spent the day admiring the Hlgli Snliuol, Tltusvllle! last week, four
D.daulrb'l poultry; enjoying the mu.lo and singIng ten of the applicant made grade that "
; lounging on the spacious verandas, will entitle them to certificates.
the popular sod doing justice the Inner man. .
The white teacher who received first
Among those who sang and.I played +
: Sanford
\ Miss Wllbelmlna Mack Wall pronounce 1 grade certificates are theMlssea Jessie
)', spent lists artist of the day. The host and Miller and Una K. Miller, of Eden; and
\ l r.. Kingman hoatcii wished Mr. C lias. II. Walton (J'Tlunl1le. the Misses Ada M. Comstook rod Ruth
[ visiting rela had been one of this enjoyable Farley, of Malabar. -
party
.. The Misses Barbara Miller of Eden
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; poor grade J'JDQEJONES AT MIAMI. (Geitrod Stewart of Banyan; and Nellie

dry. The Bonfleld, of Tropic; receivedoertfdd f

to use our Judge Minor S. Jones arrived la the oaten of lower \rudea.T..o > t

l| It will\ pay city Monday night" and this morning of the colored teacher received
: '& Supply convened the adjourned Hprlag term of first grade, five received second or third '."

> [ 4J,4 the Circuit court In and for Dade county. grades, and three failed. .
'S.I
I Despite the fact that Judge Jones bus The grading committee ws composedof
Ros
I;9I i I son,. Mr* been very active and bually.ngagesl the Principal Edwin B. Many, of Eats
I ) past several month with court matter GallU; Miss Susie Gladwln, of Titusvllle -
time auto-
i he Is enjoying the best of health, and I I. ; and, Miss Clementine Singleton, of
E. M. Hoi
[
[ ; and sub gladly welcomed by many rlenes. There Cocoa. _____
I are many cues on. the court calendar,
: and the term promises to take up more BROKE HIS ARM.
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from '
time than usual.-Miami Metropolis
where 'be i While moving the Wiley cottage to the
:
II Hougbton A MUSICAL' Baptist lot, where It will\ be repaired and

City, I used ., th*, parsonage, yesterday, the

I \ the New Or Mls.LeoCvnkllng will\ giv. a musloul lever on the I capstan broke, hitting a

' company, aadstedby Mr. Trex B. Wilson, under negro by tbe name of Cat Moore, andbreaking
winter with the auspice of the Vlllag Improvement both bones In bas right rm-

we sbsll AsuoelatlOD, oo Thursday evening next, midway between the elbow and wrist.

inatten. Jane 18, In the Tltusvlll Opera House. Dr. II G. Ut1o.t set the broileD'member
,, Reserved seats, "'COo and the negro was sent to his borne.
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General &llml"alunl 83o.

: ,\ 1 Children, ,I So. ..- EASTERN STAR MEETING.A I "-

I For sale at ralHlloj{'* clothing; store.Cows -
Cream and communication of Friendship Chapter

nlo. unex: No. 11 will be held In Masonic ball.
I2tc For Male
( tOne Tltusvllle, on Tuesday evening next /
: STOKE.: 7 yesr-old cow. the loth Inst. t Payment of doe will\ be

ser baring no present use for them. wish to notify Growers that they will\ be Medallons, Star and Anchors. Three One 3 "" "" In order, as welt as_other business. t

r tf Address BX glad Ufliandle their Fruits_and Vegetable Solderlne, for meodlngagate ware, .tc. Furnished Cottage. ::1" Notice.At .

9'A ADVOCATE: office, TUusvllle, Fla r this coming season If they will\ FURNITURE, DRY GOOD, SHOES. Two heifers-one 8 months, and one
-- ,hip good,lOaDd stock. Overripe Fruit, Screen Cloth 30, 33, 3(1( and 40 Inches.Talkingmachines For rent by season, completely furnlsbed 10 months. Tbe above cow will come a special meeting. of the Indian.

Hardware Etc. Vegetables, yr Packing Moose Refuse Needles, RecordsCRAB.A.GAKDNBHTltuavlllelPhoDe34.3. eight-room cottage at 8eabreece%; In fresh )ltIO. !at. River Hautover Outing Club a corporation
Breakers
will not be received. on board walk next to The Jersey stock, ,Will sell reasonable. duly organized and existing under

'<* ;; i Respectfully, Hotel Address, Mn4. II. .ADA.MI, CArT. JI W'. WIIMOTT, tbe laws ,of the State of Wisconsin, the
l' all kinds Hardware' both shelf \ MARX BROTHEIU. Job Prfntln,. 43 2. Seabreeze, Fla. 43-6 Orlando Via. name of site corporation was changed its
bevy
paints, Oils Ship Chandlery, '
r*'* f Do 1I0Uori" the fact that at the AD "Indian River Company .
and for
ry
Glauware, call on us. Dray I Dif and Hauling.All Drarlnar. \ Joiit: S. Matte, Seoty.
I Re have the VOCATK office, THtuvllie, we do job N
gh&, goods and oar price are kinds: of drsylng and hauling printing of all kinds, neatly,cheaply and Draylng or hauling;i'all I lads promptly Dated M ay 4th, 1WW. 40tr .:$ '

JI Wall Orders reselce prompt attention. promptly attended to,and Satisfaction xpedltloasly. Letterhead, Notebeadf, I attended to. Meet all train.*. Stove Pine or QAk, any length. Also plowing '.
JAs PHTTCHABD A 80.; !guaranteed Billhead, Envelope, Tags, sad all other wood for sale at all tl tde*.' mhd harrowing. See or address J. OLD NEWSPAPERS' for Sale.

THnsviUe, Fla. I JOB KCTTLKI, TUosvllU, kinds n. E. HOLTKV Tit as vllle. W.Jamison Tlta.JlUna.. Cheap, at this office.I .

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BAST OOA8T ADVOCATE:, JUNE 12, 1908NOTICE.


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I Is hereby given that the following described lands or so much ; I '!:I

1 NOTICE M will be necessary: to pay the amount due for taxes herein setA J d;j Eo : R1. -
tot the lUjf..lllt'r'wlth cost of such sale advertising' will be .

opposite Hold at public unction name on the 61h "aof July. 1905 at the Court lloime door, All fraet'l . . 2f. 22 37' 84 Canaveral Club. f 1 29 for 11100. . . . . 6 27 87 20 Unknown I 1
1 . . 7 27' 37 20 Unknown
Tltusvllle, Florida, in the County of Brevard. All fract'l.. 27 25n: ISO Canaveral Club. 4 00 ,N ofPWt'ofN3j
E ot PIEj! (. .4 . . 8 27 37 !iO Unknown
Jov't lots I
3 4 ubd of
late A. f1nt j
% :2 I and 8.. 19 23 3rt 117 }'. D. CUl'Y. . 3 flO Part ot lot 2 88 deBlu Deed Book
..4 !' n3.. . . 9 27 37 1) 1\8.100D.\ (> W. TutU1
Book
t Part of lot 1 as dl'lln Deed> ige of 4piowall
IJEI'CHIJ"'JOYd r4 OWNER, ig Of, page 313, subd of Uov't all III per rlat A. \
Q lot 2, 4, /6 10 23 36 5 13-100H. N. (Simmons et al 3 04PartofWj all des In Book
of NEtfasdes. X. page 750 .(ex lots J. H. V.

4 .z 0... ; Yo.) . . . . U 27 3T 105 Unknown
F4 4 "Q $ I In ))I''d Book L, page 70, (except 13
ot As-
per
lotmles. In Deed Book SSpage Lots V and y"" plat
Lot. M.t N IIf I, AI fitl'wart'l 1081, 27 23 811 .2 II. B. S, Martin. 1 i 1111* I hinwall a. des In Deed Book

lIuM'n of IVin Jarvin grant 41 20 M :2 "lesac I'erry . I I 3J: Part of HW and part of lot 2 X. age73l). . . . 14 27n: 21 Unknown

Allegulgrant; . . . 41 211 M IIJH Unknown . 270f an des In Deed 4 Book FF page 4 I.ot..ll Block B pille otEau Gallle 111 27 37' blrsGertrudeI( ". 6

All Seguigrant . t. . 45 20 :35 J ::1:11': Unknown\ . . 5 07 M6 . . ,. . SO( 2JI: SII 20 P. W. Tultie . 6 83 ton. t

fart of lot 1 all dee lu Deed, Itt'lIIIhllof 00\"tlot2. .' n :l3n: 10 Jos.I.ynn. . . : 1 64 W 3i ot Iota 1 and 2 Block 22
Hook VV. page 71). . : 2 20 3.1 29 "$"lIle Y. Yard7 97 An und 1 j Int In N 'M of lot 8 plat of Bau Gallle . . 16 27' 37 .. Mee Mollie $n11), J

Fart of lot 1 ""dt'II.ln Decd Book and all of lots 4. 0, tt al 23 38 160 Hampton & Graham 11 94 Lot 18 Bl'k 2.1: plat of Eau Gallle la 27 2T Hampton Brad''..,.,, I 11
vv 79. In arrears. for 22 inc BI'k 0& luM ot
page Part of lot 8, ties Deed Book Lots 11 to
1111111 . . . . . >2> 21)( 31) 2D "aille Y. Yard. . 82741V P. P, page ) 31 23 38 10 Kooin Jeffords. :311 I out lots 21. 22.23, plat of Eau .

U of SE ;' of I'IW ;T ties. litI N3sufloaof: NW4ofSE Ullllie . . . . 16 27 87 Unknown

Deed Hook 150. page 111.1.: :n 20 35 10 S. M. Davis: :I 20 . 0 .24tO: 3 Unknown. .. . 1'4 Lot 11 BI'k 6 sub did of out lots t

4 All frao'l . . . . lit ::1O 311 45 M, U. Nahatfy .J N -S4* of H ibi of Jf W Ji of !HE 4arntarn 21, 22: 23 plat ot Eau Gallle. 16 2'7 3'7 lose Taylor I

H lIfNICt . . . :lI: 21 31 80 IItnry Johnson 331NWUofNW for .. II 24 30 ;3 Unknown . . 1..6 Fart ot Ilt 15 as des In Deed .

3s' . . . :1&: 21:11: .0. lIt'nry.Johlllloll. 1111HWkllfNW N132.1o8aof( ) H 3422.11)aof) H Book 1)13, page 3. Houston

4" . . U: 21U "II JJDrY! Johnson 161 W Ji of ME y4 a 24 32-100lfnknown( : . . 140 add to bran: Gallle . . 21 2'7 87. Unknown .
NEll of XF.1. . . . -l1m: .411 John Aapinwall 2 711 N a :3-2-KM( ) a of 1'30 32-HKi a of Lot 23; lIoul4ton'l add to Eau .

NW 3of N" 04.;. . . tl ::11 33 fll John Aspinwall 6l3: $W'tof HE Jf, arrears for Ollllie . . . 21 27 37 Mrs 1foJ1ie( Snw 6

R2aotI'l7aof4.1f'lW; ; /' (( a 21 ::166 32100UnknownNW . . 1 70 Lots l,2,5: 0, lll'k B. Itoescb'eadd
of NW !.(. . . . 20 21 33 2 A. Stanley :.. . 1 01 S4chand48ftof8EjotMV to Eau Gallle :. . 21 ::17 37 Ada I.. }{opsrh 6

Begin/ at H. B. I1111hnuee SWcr \ ;i and :.S 4 ch and 4H ft of lots .I t Lots. 8.0&,7,8. H/'k/ B ltoelch's

rim N. till yde, W :llO: yds8u as des In Deed Book V, page \ adtl to EAU Oallle, . ,. .11. 27 37 P. Roe8ch 13

J tydeE2211) In ds l0 21 31i 3 :iameaYoung . 1 70An : 17 ,,24 i6: 21a Unknown. . . 3 7J Lot 1 BI'k 0 Hoesch' add \0

and half lot l't/pd; of; SESi \V 3G of HW . . . 23 24 sa t M) M. 'homp..on. . 34 Eau HalJle . . : . 21 27 81 Mrs.IdolleSne1: e
of SEW, des. In look U of NW 'U and W X of S I Lots 2, 4. 6 Bl'k 0 Roesch's add

HI'!. page/ bu. . . . 20 21 35! .3 O. F.. Young (TrueTnundivided 11 ;. of NW . . . 20 SI 36 00 M. .1'hornpeonP 217 to Eau Gaille. . : . 21 27 37 Ada I.. ROl'lIch I
1 tee!) . . 164SE Part of lots as llI In Deed Book; Lot IS ]BI'k 0 HOl'll'h'l add to
'
I, intU part of 'l"r. J1RlCe :' / ? 27 21 36 'a ]I. B. S. Martin :. 170 Eat Mlle . . . 21 27 87 Mrs. Mollis SIIl'II t tI
3ot SE J.,all dl'l. In 1.Itl\ Part of Ii\\ M of HW 34 as lies Lute 1 anti 4. BI'kD. ltOt's'h' ,

BookMpage50* .. ,,. . . 20 21:11i 3 Unknown ,, 134 In J>eeri Book: T.K. page 2(.$. 28 21 36 3 Unknown. 104 I, add 10 Eau tallle . . 21 27 87 Ada I. HOl'IIdl t

Three a In Towns Flat of ..I.aIrange \ H 20 a of l'W'| of HW J( :28 24 30 20( J.V.., C. lt.gaud J. Lots 3. d, 6 JII'k V Hot' d1 add

( between R, B streetand '" A. Seta . : . 4:10: to Eau; UalllC'. . . 21 27' 37 Ada L. tOt'S"1 I
R. 11 right-of-way. . 28 21 8'i: :3 Unknown . . 2 30V Part of lot 1 des In Deed Book I.tlt", 6. 1:1.7: HI'k E. UOl'lIch'lI

Two acres of land b'tI on N bycounty J, 223. 33 24 .ID Unknown. .. 136fart add to Eau Gallle . . 21 :l7 37 Ada I., nOt's1! t
road' E hy lend' aedee. fel lots as des In Deed All Bl'k lo' no sch'.' add to Eau

In heed Bouk Urt'urJ rage 604S and BoY>k Q
by land tit Co ieed 1 :. I IW dera 'plat of Cocoa . . 33 ':21 :.10B3 Win.: lllndle . 2 82fart R }_ ot HW 3j of -iW 34 . 17 27 37 20 Laura A. Bradford I
by lend al des In of lot 8 des 1 In Deed) Book All ot I'IW J" (I'I lands as des InDeed

Bock BR wage 141. ,. ,. 2) 21 .33.. :l Unknown.1. . 2 69 QQt page 118, J. M. /Handera. Books U, page HO, UO,

1 'Ive.acre square In N\V cur of 'plat of Cocoa, arrears for JUliO 24 30 liar. lllndle . 282 pa e 81, IIIIIHlQ, page 117)) . 17 27 37 1:10.: !. Unknown ;
lot I. des I In Deed Hook H. I W W l1) feet of lot 0 J. M Hander's! Port of )4V 4'Jill dell In Deed

i page 69 . . 83 21 3\: A D. 1\'"Tutti!!. . 3: 94An of Cocoa ./ 33 splat 2t 'Ml: Saran A.Jtfathes' :3 11 Hook Gn, page 31.: . . 1'7 27 37 8!. D. W. Tuttle 1

""dlvllll'l'' !4 tot In l III 4 1. l.ot"7 Dl ion's add to Cocoa 33 24 ,'10 Alonzo KDW.Unknown: . (II) Part 41t lot 2. 1\1I des In Deed

III btI. by Uov't lot 2. . . 3.1 21 JIi II D. W. Tuttle: . i49 Lot 83 Dixon's add to Cocoa. 3:1:l 24 :IO . . 1 05 Book N. (page 107. . . 21 27 37 8 John AllplnwalJ UW

An undivided i.lut.. In lot 13. Lot SI Dixon's add to Cocoa. 83e4: 30 Unknown. . . lU 39 (It''"''' t4. . . . 28 27 117 b Unknown gE
etbdb. (Ioyklot2. . . 33 21 310:0.: : W. Tuttle. . .2l0F. : Lots ]lardi' plat of Indian 3t SE 83 :l7. 8T 20 Unknown

of ; ,. . . .. 3a 21 81i 40 J. O. Mendel .'. 218 Itlvl'r City 33 U 30 Eliza Wllkins . 348 Lot lrJr.li IJ} 'add; to

All Block 2, 1lI'e'. add to TItuavllle All of lot 30 and strip 2) (t wideou :Melbourne . . . $4 27 37 !(rs. A, Tholllu I
? .. . . ,. . 3.1 21 3.1 J. L I'aramorll . 2 20 E between lots 21) and 30 All JH'k 1 Metealt's, add 10 Melhourne .
h Lots end 3 . . . ., 3 21 80 112 Canaveral Club. 3 fI' Unknown
]Lardee'splatoflndia& River . . . . . 34 27 87 4
Lots 1 2 I a NWtj HI Etj and E36" City arrears for JIJOO' 33 24 30 Chas { 6 OSWin. HW 3i ot HW l2 28 SI40 Calvin Platt t
of NWj . . . . 111 21 :10 1131 Hl'rrln..J. "
Canaveral\ Club. 16I Lot'H, AcNpsHor'u, plat of Cocoa 113 'at 30 . 4 00< Lot 3 Jllurk 0 plat of'Melbourne 2 21'J a7 Unknown I
lot 1 . . . . . 11 21m: I\I'J v
Canaveral Club 2 I"
N 20) a of lots 2 anil ;a :2 24 37 8 J. T. Hood . . 1 04 Lot 4 BI'k U -lat of Melbourne ::1 28 S7 Unknown I
All trac'l.r. . J3 21 3a -
ofNW 271i Canaveral Club H 40 !lot 1 tmbd (of lot 1 and N part Lot Ii BI'k 11 plat of Melbourne 2 28 :17 Unknown, I

s Lots2and3NIVA. ?f, N of lot :a. /. 11" 21 37 5 Julia A.llood. . :3 I It Lots tI and 9 U'k U plat ot Melbourne .

36' of N\VJ', HJ U IIlId/'lE/' 3jo N :8 I a of Impart of lot 2, ties inDeed . . . . :2'28 37 Unknown 4
. . :. .1. . It 21:10 400 Canaveral .
SW'1j Cillb. 12 COAllfract'I Book O, 604.! . 10 25 SO 3 Win. Merwln heirs 12 60 Lot 11 U'k 15 plat of Melbourne 2 \
. . . . . .0 21 81 6:1: Canaveral! Club 1 Ud page ,
2 den In Deed Book LpngeIttl :3 J 21'J 8T Unknown .
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Alifraet'I . . . . :
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21 711 C.anl\'l'rIIIClub. :lf : 11 23 30 2 L. M. Gardner. 116 Lot 0 IlJ'k 16 plat of Melbourne 2
All tract'l . . . . :. It 21 37 .4:1: Canaveral Chub i tll pufge314'J .' "
2 ties In Deed Bonk L 3 2 I 37 Unknown
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All tral't'I. ... . . . . 17 21 37 hl2 Canaveral Club) . 311.1 ,
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: arrears for 11KMJ\ . . 11 25: 30 2 L. M. Gardner 1,40 LotOBPk20 of Melbourne 8 28 37 Unknown I
All trRl.t'l, I. . . . 1101 21 37f I 1110 Canaveral Club 6 04Allfract'l. ... rillt
Part of H of SK' and lot 4 of l91'k 22:
% 34 part new plat
. . . . 10 21 37
: Canaveral
6:10 Club 180;) > Unknown.
of H of lot :3 J as ties I In Deed of Melbourne. . 2 28'37 I I
All tral t'I. . . . ifNI ,
to 21 37
: Canaveral Club 14$9' .
Book EE, 421 ]13 25 30 22 M. Sullivan ? 3 78 N 30: ft ot lot 4 B1'k 24 of
All tract'! . . . . 21 21 87 1:111 Canaveral page< plat
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t. : Club : :J2 J / '
41 ? Part of lot 1 a* dl'lIln Deed Book Ielhournp) . . :2 28 37 O. B. McBride I
\lUrl".t'J. . . . ,, .27 21 37 J8 Canaveral Club .103: 14 23 30 1 $ '1' . 5 48 ? "
H: 8, page :330: . . Eby Lot 7 JH'k III plat of Melbourne 2 28 37 IJt1knowlI. 2
; All iract'I . . . :. 28 21:17: 639: CanaVl'ral.Club. U 70E3jandE NW ljof .1,
l'a rt of lot II anti part of Lot 8 JII'k 21.1 plat ot 1olplbourno 8:1 37 Unknown 1
.
of NN3(. . 21t :l1 37 flNI Cllnavt'rIIIUlub. 1IINIW : ( SS '
NK desln I Dei-il Book : Lot 81)1'k :29! of Melbourne
ot'IJ/' < . . .j; plat
) nS. 3:1: 21 87 1'10 Canaveral Club >2> 70II '
page8.Hi.: . . 15 23 3(1( O.li S. 1'. Eby..o 10 80 arrears forl9(3: 3 28 37 Unknown J
NE tf N of XW SE of
i 3j } .
3
All uf Gov't lots, Heo2l, Twp Lot 4 JII'k ;1:5 plat of Melbourne :9 t 28 ::17 Sallie Savage ,
NW 4eud lotsIand2>>. . SJ: 21 37 410 Canaveral Club 12 r.o
21"( 30 and all lot 4 :Serf Lot [0\ Hl'k 32 ot 3
HftMtfe : plat Melbourne : 28 87 Root Gaukt'r I
4 All frnrt'L . . . 84'21: a7 :100: Canaveral Club 0 11
lots 11)I). Twp :26, lange37: (except Lot 2 HI'k :.10 plat of Melbourne .:3, 28 37 Unknown.
H ot 5 and II'k
a O. ( B. .
.4 lf lands an des In Deed Book A Apage Lot 3 Iil'k ::11I1)lat) of 1I11'Ibourn8 3 28 37 Unknown .
lItuevllle, 3 22 3\: D. 11.Tutt1g.. .
. 2 0:1Orllh&III"
: 84 Y 21 30 Lot 3 Hl'k ot Melbourne 1lot'181k J
Lots and; is' Robbine; & page134QQ, page 47 plat :3 28 37 Unknown
11,10 75 and UU, IPagel98)\ ; ). . . 10 23 37 54 Unknown . 004 4T plat of Melbourne 8 28 ::17 Unknown' I
add to Tltusvllle 8 2:1: 8\: D. W Tuttle . 6 00 1ot28 Plat of Ueorgiana.Lot . 30 23: 37 2),' D.Watrous 400 Lots I 1,2, ::1..4 Paine Harrlnl.
Iota 0 8 II
7. 10.Juln..rvllll', :lIII'lat of Georglana. . 30 :25 37 6-8 U. D. Watrous. ,104 t01l'1I 8ubel and add to Mel'
an add 'l'ltllll\lIJlU.. . 3 22 3' Carrie Allen . 304 .
Lot 4 1 tie In Deed bourne In
( as
except a aq platted flat
8 SG of lot: 1:1: JOlntrvlllt'. an I Hook P, page :.I'O)). . ,. 10 2.37' :20Jf D. W. Tuttle . 311 Book No I. page M. and asdellnll"l'dllOllkPl'.page1J3
add, hn'l'ltusville. . 8 22 36 Unknown .
220
., : : ; : Lot 1 (except 6 T.JO a and S I S 28' 37 Unknown 6
N ) of lot 10 and: all lot: 17Jor r. / '. 11 8.100: a of lots 3). . . 1211: 31 02,1 n. W. Tuttle 1i-l8 Part ot XE 3U.. des In Deed

Lot uervllleenadd.toTituneville 33: add 3 22 35 Unknown . 22lti I NW 3j tlf Spj" ," . 27 20 SI "II M. M.Hnell. . 164N5 Hook W, (age 6. . . . 3 28 37 0 B. McBrllle 3
JOlllt'rvllll'. an to of14Wxjandlot2: ] . . 2iJ 20 37 122: Unknown . . 4011I Part ot'I/ 3. of HE 34 811 del In ,
Jot'J'ltullvlllu 5 eubd of. .lot 36: Jo . ,. 3 22 3.1 Unknown . . 1 41!I !Lot 1 or all fral.t'I. . ? . :m 211 8T 1-1 Agnes E. Daley 1.1 611: Dt't'd Book W, page :23. . 3 28 .37 J{ Unknown 1EOt.

1.t".r. l.ot.2 and 3 and W 3j of //'IF.,( 30 20 37 2IU Agnes E. Daley 10& 63 \.{ aofW :20a ot NE 3j of

.1'. rllleanadd.toTitusvllle 8 22 35 Unknown . . I.H. )IN" or 8E . ., . :11 26 37 80 Alftl'hua Abstract .
) J.ot'JII! Ut'rdt'll' add to TItuavllie ,j County SW (1. . . . S 28 37 61' MrsFannie) Burns 7N
... ... Co . . li..8 1.:;&I of NW !j of XW 3j. . S 28 37 111) Win. M. Wheeler' I
.
. . 3:1:1 .
9 Jot M. n..rtlt'II'' add, to Titus. : M 1. Jamleon I IJrj ,. 2 II I Lot 1. . . . . . . 3:1: 20n: 88 n.V.. 'Tuttle . 4 00 8 4ofN11 4ofNW3T. . 8 28 37 :3),() B. Adams. 2

l I vllle. . Alen lot 11 plat ot Stewllrt'l nome- B3jof14 Vt'ofNE4., . 4 28 37 20 A.S./Fee./ I
. 3
I ', All Blocks :I" 33 ? Ex,14100 2:1: 85 Carrie l lr . 22(I stead . . . -3.1 :241 37 Hi 1 T': Snell . .7 84NByjofHE41 SW S4 of NW t. X Ji of I'\W 3(

I ft of HhH'k, 3U. ( l . . . 2 :7 :: I 40 30.311.nell.] . .a 011loa. anI-iW ug: ot/'lI/ < . 10 28 37 lao) Unknown P
( aubd of Y.
t of NE t 11(1)) Plat recorded, :I '' '' '' '' '' . JJ: 27 30 4X0 Unknown . . 11 711NW'.otHW34 8W J. ot X- 3', N 3ro of SW 4j '

f j 1111 per . . . 13 27\1.1: 40 Unknown . . 10&0 anti NWjo SE 3j, arrears
!In Jlt't'11 lOll
.a. ell''', III;UIHJk UC'I'II r.Book Sage O and All. . ? ? . 1-1)7 30 6-10 Unknown. . . 1357IV tJr 111011 ..Y . . 10 28 37 100 Unknown 8

:.II8 H. n page 3 IIf X" tj, W .of 9E 3j IAlt.l anti 2. . . . J3 :11'1 37 'i.p A. E. Valentine
1. (Accept rigtt-of- and W 34 of 14W (i . : 15 27 3lJ 2"0) Unknown ? . 64:1: heirs. 19
way) : . . . . 4 22 3'Unknown: . . 688 of
j Lot 4 Wilbur' aibd If N\VjandE16of8V'3j. . U 27 an 2-10 Unknown . . Ull I'Jo XJo Ii anll XE ; of!SE3jtez
I:t1 t. NE 20 a All ffal't'l . . . . :. JII 27 36 ONI Unknown. . 1-1 03Lots1and2 In R. U. rlgbt-lIj'.way) 11 28 87 73 A. ,E.': Valentine
. . 3'22.35 J
Lot ofleleeplnegraut.Wilbur' ,uMot NR 2l1a : : Unknown. . . 220 I . . . . 26 27 30 83 Unknown. . . 231 heirs . 4

Ny 1 cf N)6snd8V3jofNWj 21 :27! 86 200 Unknown . 618 XE t4 ot NW Sj. .,. 16 23 87 40 W. O. Culbtortson SLots
of . . "
U"I."pllle Krallt. 3 2:1: 3Unknown.: . . 2 21)t' )I All . . . . :. 2:1: 27:111: 640 Unknown . 1357All 3.I.. A, 0, 7.8 (t'x that part
Lot hi WIIbur'u eubd of
t' .NE 20 a \ t'XtE 3j of SW3j2. . 2327 SO (111(1() Unknown . . UOJ: ot lot 0 E of creek) 1Il1l'lIon'l

t, .. W of1)eleslnegrant.3 ot S of lot Wllbur'l. . . 3 2:1: 8Unknown.: I' . .. 140 N ( . ? . . . .,. !l4 27:10: 8O: Unknown. . . 801 lIubtl II recorded flat Book .

')4 au 1btl. of, F 20" of NU.. . . . .'. 262736 UiO Unknown . 423NE No ], pRIrt' 62. . . . 2-1 28 :n : 60. }(ol1le E. Hopson 13
I DeleepineI / ;.{ ot K1t'y . . . . 28 27:16: .0 Unknown . . 1 40 Lute nI, 5, 6. '1. 8 (ex that Ilart.
: ,. . . 149
.
1 I grant. 3 2'J 311 Unknown ; . NW4 of I"W 34. . . . .28 27 811 ,-Ill) Unknown . . 1 40NIy of lot 6 E of creek) 1I0p"on'a ':'i;
of lot ,
j Ei 2\1\ Whbnr'ssubd.
. 4f l'n yf: 20 of ofN1V4OfE31/ . . l1l: 27 :10: :10 Unknown . : 92ShtjotEl "ubel 811 rel'ordt'dlll Plat Book t.No. .

a lleleaplnegrant / ; . . 28 '27 UII) 40 Unknown . 140NEjof I. 'arsforl9(06 24 13
28 Mo11Le.E
pllle 37 00 Ifopson
. . . . \f"
3 2:1l: Unknown . 1 49
Lot 21 Wilbur'. I'Jbd. of NE' N" . . SI: 27 SO10 Unknown ., . 140NR' 'I.ot I 0 II des In D,4'd Book V, .
:20'a 44 tlf NES4.. . . . 3J: 27 SIJ Unknown. . 1 40S11'(4ofNt page G1I7, 1I0pllon' lubel 11\ ,
of 1)eleepinegrant. . 3 2:1: 3Unknown.: . . 220 ,.
r. "H. . . 83 27 8a 40 Unknown . laf 'rt'l'ordt'11 ln' flat "ook No. I,
r of lot 2:1 Wilbur', auM
r, 20 I of: Ol'lt''plne' rant.rt 3 M NEL'ofNV'8:1, 27 ::16 40 Unknown . ? 1-10 'IIIIe 6J. . . .", ,. 2J 28 87 10 1). n. Mills. 4
2:1: Unknown . . 140
: 27 30! ao Unknown. .! 140 N IV t I1v I
W Ii of lot :22: Wilbur' luM of 4 j lit MV 4'. ._ . 211 28 :f7 40 D. W. 'J'Ultll' I
&
NY.20RofJ'h'"l'lne N11' ufiW 4j. . . 33 27 311 ,10 Unknown . 140 6s' of H !la ot lot 4. .,. . 6:18 38 0 sank of "'t. Pierce \
l, 4, t.ot.O& and 6 Irallt. !. 3U: 3Unknown.: . 1 t\.C SW J:( of N\V (.'" " 8J: 'l7 ::10 40 Unknown . 1 ..SOI'I"VI Lot2 I. . . .,. . 20 28 38 4.; John A'plnwall r'

t4 of N of I'iespin"lot. 0 M'rallt. 1 3:11i 111 M. J, I't..hl.n". ? 6 $0S : otiW ; . . :13: 27. :30 40 Unknown . 1Ill Lot 1. . ,. . . .? 21 29 3S 2U John All'llIwall 2SE .

1 Hell''Ilnt' IICrallt. N"d. lit sW" . . 3.1 21 :16: 40 Unknon . . 1 40 of NW 3 and N E ij ot ,
s, . . . . . 1 1. I IHW
2330'S. 23 O. E. JI a III or. . :220y t ofi4\Vi'
.
SIjofSE . . :U: IT 8U ::10 Unknown . O2Ni 'i (PI ley ft II des InDeed :
84oofNE44andN ot/'lE.c/ : tt or SIS ".. . ...,. . 3.1 27 80. "II Uuknown. . . 1 40 13ooksQU, page 8, and 'u
r N 1II'It''Ilnt'' I grant$' of .81S. .1)el. ?I. 2 2:1J5: : 100 Mary J. //'ItI'ph..n.. 5 37 $11'.t.of( $E 3j . . . :IJ 27 Its ..III) Unknown . 140SE H-I.: page 21l1. 1/ a a1 des InDeed
3j

u All UIIr lr , , , 2 23 33 i7 C. F..lIalllllr. . 1 49 NE\tr NE} t lv: : : : : : : ; : : : : : : l 27 27 30 30 40 40 Unknown Unknown: : : : :. : : : tgNW : to Wells Book 811 des UU In page Deed C8 Book, 10a

fr"ct'l )11'11.111,100 grant JJ: 2:1t.: GIO Unknown . . 3508 a: 14. . 40 Unknown. . .
jof . . 31' 27:111 110S11'S (JO, page II) (l'X 10 a to Dutcher .
Allfraet'IDelespkne) grant. 14 2:1: 33 010 Unknown . . 3U;, ofNEt,1. . . ? .s ? 34 :n 311 40 ILnknown . 140SF all des In Ieed Book W' .

$.All IV]))1'11.111'111" Krant. . . 111 2:1: 30'S ::1211 Unknown ... D 8U : 3j lit :-iln . . ? ::1.& 27 M 40 Unknown ,. . ,. J 40NE'ufNw l'alt'e2al' : ) . . . ., 82f) 38 as L. K, Brainard II
t'It''plne . . l0 T
Krant. 2:1: 33: ; 1-10 Uniiuown . . 1893
. . ( 40 Unknown . SLot
31 :l7.:1I 1-10 Lot S: .
.
All I r..i. :. . 10 29 38 32: John V. nalrtl.
.
Deleapinegrant. .
.
21) 2:1: :1\: lJ-liI .
Unknown . 189,1r'
All NW of N\\ . . .. 30& 27 3O 40 Unknown. . ; 1 40(4wI.iof)4 1 . J'i; 2UJi: 211 John V. Baird )
4 II..leM..lue. grant . l1 23:I M 640 Unknown 1tl fJ . . lor 31' 40 Unknown I
,All ( 24 31 : 1 40SEjof N l0aof$1V'4ofNEb: (.. . 17 21) 3S 10 ECecil .
I except a lying :Sof)1)elrerlne ) : : NWj.; . . . :34 27JtJ10 Unknown . . 1"0 N 10 a of SWj of NE Sj arrears '
. .
.
grant 22 23 35 617 Unknown . 1023 '
. 94 :17 36 20 Unknown . . DI I
All iIract'I In nl'lt''l'luf' Irrallt. 211 2J 33; .nil Unknown Ii INI HLofNFufSW3j. : for 11100. . . 17 29 38 10 E. Cecil" .
Nil of ::16 . 1
t4 I'I: 27 .10 Unknown 140NE N6's4
All ofE31ofNE4. . 17 38 6 EOeeIi!
All fract'I In lJt'Il'MI'III" jrallt. 80 23 83; 60) Unknown . 11191 3 S of SJo 44 ? . . . 3& :l7 ::16 .0 Unknown. . . 140S1vt4of NBy! llof t1! }jof NE 5ar- ill '
frR't'lln \
DI'It'llllut' grant. 114 il: 311 40 'Unknown . 3 31 SEL: .. . . . :II 27 :al 1 40 Unknown".f . 140EtofSE1j I
t Lose rearsforl9kl. . . 17' 21) 3-i . .
E.OI'11
2.8,4,6. . . 2 2i 37 a UO, Canaveral Club, 3 53: $) 40 ? 6rj \
8'
: lote3,4,3,7,4,9. .\ . . :3 22 37 21i ('ananral Club /542 > .,84 ii : : Unknown: 140NIh \11 ot 8F: 1q of r\E 14 Ii of )ands
All of SW ( : : : : : : : : : : : 31 lit 40 Unknown: : : : : : : : : : 1 40 as des In Deed BOClk H. .
fract'l.
.. . . page
4 22>>: 3T 430 Canaveral (Club 10 61 '
H\\1" . . . 36 411 . .1
lots 1 tog 1110. . . 122 37 :1\0: (1ananral Club 6 3U jof 3.n Unknown . 1 NISW 320, and UK. page14. 17 29 88 n E. Ce-cll. ,
. 3.\27.311 fO Unknown . . 40 All
3jof$11'tj. 1 or
Lofts . tE! tj tit N1S: 1" of S lands',.
6.0, 7 . : . 6
1:1: 37 JOtI Canaveral Club. j 81 '
1.01. /P1)$4ofM\ i . . . 33 27 30 40 Unknown . 140NE'Lof 'JIll des In lH't'd Book U.
: . . page
1.:1,8.
k .
7 2:1: 37 110 Canaveral Club. 303;
NE " (4F(4. .. . . 33 n S6 010 UI/known. . . 1.40NW 3tl: and Rl: page 14. arrears .
All fract'1,4. . N 211 37 160 Canaveral! Club .123 jofE.4. . M 27tO: ( 411 Un known. . . 140(4Wsjot forl\1Ot . 17 2 as. 28'ECec1L., J
. Utl:17111I: : : ) Canaveral Club 10 Moi t'E ,,14 . . . .sJ 27 3610 Unknown . . 140 S' ;11) aofNE3jof8E3.: ? r
All 17 20'88 ao Ct'dl. .
traet'I . . . . 10 U 37 lU Canaveral (Club -I (NI ? E.
All ( I'E 3j . . . . M 27 M 40 Unknown. . . 1 40 N ::10 a of EJofE 3,. arrears
"XCl'pt SEj.;. 11 2:1: 37 627 Canaveral Club. 1:1: M lots. . . . . . n 37 AlarhuaAblltrartCo 164f.ot4 for
All fract'I .4 11 :1:1 1 33I. 111011 . . . . . 17' 29 38 30 E. Cecil.. .
: : 87 711 Canaveral Club 2.l
81Vljof NE3jandlots1,2,1 . . . . ." 127 87 .1i8,1 AlaehuaAblitractCo 164v 810 a of NUll ot NWjof BE

4, 6. . . ,.. ...i\l.\ .,": ,. 14 2:1: 37 31\,') Canaveral Club 'Z 84 I and J.. of SE NW 1. J'(.:w3ofW3'' 3T 200 W.31. t1 . . . >\f ::1') 3-i 10 JO.. IIunt.. 4
I : 2 n H. OIealOn. 102.'
All fract'l . . .. .. .t.lll ( Ji..L 1 N6aofSISaef! Nwy'ofsz
U
2:1 37 Canaveral 108'7
: Club.
Lots 1. I: 3 . . . '
lot 1. . . 3'7 37 14114."a.on: Bros .t Co 7 Ii-4 4j as des In'Dett Book RB '
.
.fL; ? 16 2:1: ::17. r7 anaYt'ral, Club 22:1: .
Part ot lots j
Ljof: NJ U. . ,. . ... 21 211 37 1'0 Canaveral Club :284 1 and i des III Deed page141). . \. . . 1'1 29 .S8 6 McKlilnna
1,
Rook , 37 a )Ira. O. D. Me ride
6. 27 8 217 N
: page aofHJ
111 fract'h . . ;. . 2:1: 2:1: 37 3U Canaveral Club; 8 14 !'art I t 1 and 4'd: io Ihed: ofN'W". of SEj ':. '
lllfra't'I . . '. : 2:1: 2J a. des In Deed Rook UK.page
Canaveral 7 6-1
: 37 306 Club ,13
Hook GOfe "1. . . 5 2'7 37 D. W. TutUe. . 430: 1I
4.1.1 I frset'h . . . . :II 2:1: 37 420 Canaveral! Club. 10502and'Sr. / :i4 tlf / Illarjeerafor1906. . . ; 17 21 88 McK4o..a
of NF: V .
SF.3 . 0 2'7 31 20 Unknown. . 9"J
t.
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+ 21\ 29: 371M Canaveral Club 304 S ,j pf'IE/ t j of N E j, Irrrarl. Continued on Page 8.




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HAST COAST ADVOCATE; TITUSVILLE FLA. JUNE: JY. 1908 3

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'O O'OUC (tal OOtII a:. O OOV FLORIDA TO HAVE AN IDEAL I TITUSYILLE FLORIDA. .. 1'I

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The effect of Scoffs EmuLI'ion : I SYSTEM GOOD ROADS. II I I URSClill'TIGN) :-cIo V O\'NEli, i ,j.1

on thin, A Favorite Spot In a Favored ) :I t.

I pale cliU-Vv: magical.It I. 'O'i I The careful attention ot our readers I.I It Secton-Tho Famous East .IJ lit k. ", q

called to the following bill which WHI II ,
I Coast of Florida.
1. --- -- -
., (.Man plum 0t'
rosy, active, happy. : prepared under the aunploea of the Jack'oovtlle Oamt hlUt'" frlllu I'sge4, ; '

It u, CPC< : Liver OB, Hypophosphites : Board of Trade, and Count) It Ills tlf xl.. fit I'In . 11 iS II 5th 10 1.3Ot'rtl. . . Id4S
ConimUnloneri and Good 1 RoaJt Association ON THE BEAUTIFUL INDIAN RIVER. 10 Is of N1l' t of Nld I t4.

J nd C,: c. : li> mwk<<" tat, blood and bone, of }Florida at tlm convention re'cently arrears for ;lllkl. .It.r 1'J j1! !8.01 10 Jot t7et'il( ; . 10414hl1 ()

and sa+ j I' t 'jj i* her tl.ut: it u easily digested held In Jackoonvlllo. TIi* town of TttusTlU Is sltuatM on W .. of NI<: '" of \W ,' : .\I I
10 I ofSwof :tW i of :NW .4. ,
by liUsd h...... i This bill la the result of very careful tie Florid\ Rait Coast Railway, U4 soil 1115: a of N It fe tit NW' 4' II II"f

J ALL. I IUCCI3TL.: : : C().. AND 8I.OO I and mature thought of 'he people "who miles south of Jacksonrtlle. 14S miles NW t4 . . III.MI: 301 M (t. I'. 1.IIlt. . 3 "I) i I

.*... .. .,. ... Jl I are workers to this great movement and north of Palm Beach, and 212 miles y10a ofl' .a\V'fH.J' 2i'1.II: ::1:01: III (lhtknuwn . . :.1141 'f aNE
tOt bc.p.) r.. .re.t.. ..f'J .It.. *?a1IDCe.O I "we believe, that the bill contains feature north of Mla.ml. The Tltuavllle branca : t.a :"Im: :Ii'I I Iun 11nllnowlI. . .,1 751
s ,. I N1iiiSRt4and$1: ": tufSR" : I :III ti 311 III) llIkIlO\\II.: . 400N'uofSRl4anti
v .. .____ .-_. _.- which If enacted Into a law will be of of the defunct Ja('k cnvllle, Tanya A. I. : .
1 untold- the and : SF14ofSh1Asrrearsfeer11513 : :
I benefit to Stale! at Urge,
t professional Garde.SO. :Notice. I will be tbe lemilt uf starting, Immedl KeyVe.t Railroad now controlled by . :1:1: : 2H! Si'I 1:1\1: \ tJIIIIII\\n. ,. . 430 1 1N
cOdy a system of God Roads extending the Florida; Best Ooast Rata Co. tM of. I"NR" t4 And ME: ti of NE I

I IS HFRKHY GIVEN tbe length and breadth of the State also runs Into the }o\\'n-this being tba t .r..lu.ltllrI\lOl.. \ . :\I; 2113" IO:! unknown . . 480X e

1 M BOBBINS, NOTICE Ills after date I Shull; ,r"t.tll ll Opening the say to secure national, aid terminal point of that brauch Thor \\' l. lit I"W I. ,. . . 3& lH: ::1:01: 40 1Tllkntlul. . l 81 r

W'llan County Judge or 1I..rd OO" I In construction! the came are several trains arriving dally from SIoaof SI'lij . 10 3U 3:01: 151\ M rlt. O. n. cUr.le! 222: t
for a final Olechar' Ir.II"
a : atml.netrator a A careful eiaminitloii of ,the bill will\ 4 II'" tics In 11t.,1 1I'IIk O. pag'tIii '
iTTORVEY AND COUNSELOR Eetata of Mrs, ldxrtha .& l'cc her Jacksonville and Sanford during' lb.aeaaou. .
: 20 ::10:1:01: I .1". 1. lItl'l'II. 111&It
t I.n WALTlilt'SWKEXKY. show provlaliiim Imve !H'<>H made si fe : ,
AT-LAAV. ------- guarding the latereMlsuf each and every It Itlt dos III 111',1 llItlk 0. page r u8e
1 I 'and United States In the State. Road have been As the county teat of Rr iardcounty. : '"rr"r. fur WOII . :lB all :tilt 1 I'" I.. litcht'IL . o 1 II" t
Jcill practice In State Application for lax I>erd. provided: I for In the bill leading: from and: It has mxxinrt house and a modern (.I\tl: al: ::1sa( 11 Unkl.\\'I1.. . . IS Ig t1'
| (Court. *. Lute tl. lit. U. U. 13 Grllllt Solt 111II
to and coDDPUltig" all ceutets with the Jail building with rar "y' o\rr two or ,
. I Under ; : l'lentingllrant ::10 35 ::1.1 J. I.. (Hngrltt'h . 1 Idinlta
outalde world.
oiBce at TiTCSViLLB, FLA. Section II of Chapter..AA.Laws of Florida! three lnm l *<&.. The Population Is I over
u. 10. II 1:1.: 1:1: Urattt !cwt It .
IS UK RBHY GIVEN THAT St'HIB' i The committee having charge; of thin .
G NOTICE rad 1 tmrrhaw; 'r of tax rcrtitl.ate No. matter tried to arranged to have thin 1000. IllneM Is airs rare, that one doctor 'h'mln/of/ (Iraut. arrt'are fur 81' I

tT L GAULDEN, 4i, tided the aral' flay. nf Icily. A. It? bill submitted to the people! for their In town nods ample! time to act a' 111\1'1 .t :1'1: 31 1/11/ J.I.nlngrlt.h. 1 111) 1 ;
1005, ban turd ssl 6 has niadesi. ''plication\ fur tax d I ed my tolamie la ao.eurdanne I ratification av the second primary, to beheld Justice of the Ponce and Noisr r'" I.utautIII'" iIit,1.1GrantseraIl! rt

[ ATTOUNEY-AT-LAW with law. .Said wrtlno.te emhrafvs on June 10 next, In every 0(1101)111 lie, besides. attending to hit .'ll'mtn/of/ Urant!, arrl'arll for 87'I
following tI..rlh..d |rtiperty situated, IuHre.varal I the State but wllhout success for the I\III. 11(1\! :' . 8\( 14 211 J.J..OInlftlt'h. 1'70
3 I I I 'hll. the other first\ ,
fill practice In all the Courts or the State county, Florida. to wit t practice, w r.ul"
:15. 20. :li, :l1l.l1I Unfit 1"(1 :37
leet State Committed: claimed that as It was
L Begin w' K t I f SW of Lot 10. run K
6 Florida,sod the United Staten Courts. 40 ft, N Ml ft, W.40f1. 15410 ft"n. Intt part of lots not advertised In the call for an electlou fo hunting. 6 1 Fle'nlingtlraut ::111:114: lt: : J. Ollllfrltt'h . I 411 i
ll.OBol.13S. TTTCSV-UJJC FLA. e b.t.and 10, Itlk F. Tnunll1e.IIo.o.. ., 't.. ft, 1'. R.M they could nut have the pioiHmitlun Around Tttusvllle are a number < Luis :1\: :20,17,15/ : :211iraut! Nee:; l t t 1 1d

I The said I butt, httlrig naaeiwd at the data. nf the I printed upon the ofllelsl ballot. fine orange groves! and vegrtabli 'h'lIIhllf C J. WEBB Issuance of null r<.rtltlt.ate In tha imnie nf The Proposed Hill. farm., :;0:11: >I ::1:1: J. I.. 01 IIgrll('It. 170 '
Smith Lynn A- Fields t'nhss ssld. rortlrUata lute :1O.: 27 :!5.211\ nrtlllt 1't"1
I 1 shall lie reilmniBd. am on 11 tig to law tax: dawn A 6111, to be entitled' un not relating tn Here virtually the head' of the Indian II 'I.'mllllC (Irllllt. arrears for ::17III ti i
will Issue tliereuu on the 'Ml or June, A. I II., tbe estsbllHbtacnt of fblgbwnk {
day a system find the favorite point fur
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW I River '
I Isla. Roan) of \ \ . . 311:11i: :\.J. I.. (]I nll'rllC'lI, . 170 ,
the of
Till practice In the Courts of the 7th Witness. my nflliUI nl imture and seal this the ; creation a flttlng out and starting of ouoierous Lot :Ii Grant I Sin T 'll"mlnl I

I Ircult Taxes paid for noo.relldentlnd 22d(rt flavor t't. Heal.>nay I) A. 1>., I,A.KM.A. STEWART!: I Mate IHnhwayimmlnKlonor Road Comml..lon"Stale. aollIllog/ his cruising partdes during Mir balmy Inter (nrltnt. . . 'eO: :lG( /I/ UllkIlUW/1. . . In

rents and accounts collected.rruivatK (lurk Circuit {Court Rreardcmuty, Flolds.4't .. for the months: ver)1hlnjc> necosnary to out lit (!lrllllt. "see 7 'I'mllll a. /
compensation providing ooflstruotidn -
I FLORIDA,. a Jly O. A. MTIt":AHT. l>. (,'. I II I of roads; and appropriatingmoney comfortably equip a plvaitire yacht, Grant; :III (Jr.lIt'I", / .1 l'Iendng :Ill) 11I$ II Unkno\\/1 '. .., tllliI.lt -

I 1 to carry the provisions of thin can here be obtained at the most reasonable Urllllt SO 311 5 UllkllOWII . . ? 011 41' K

1 i TBPUKN: E. POSTER, 1'| :Notice.NOTICK He net It enacted into I effect the Legislature of the price. This Is evidenced by ,Lot :ell Unnt "St's 7 .'It.III III I{ I 4

I /ixateof l Florida by : the fact that the came parties have (Ira lit . . . :Bl :85 I IS UllkIlU". . . flit
TTOHNEY.A T.LA W for I.tltU: Oran 1'4"1' 7 'l.-ml1ll
A been coming; here annually many 1llrant
H! HUtEin' GIVEN Tlty THE /Section 1. A board to be. known ai
. . 31) 31 1 A UnklillwII . In
\ Jyal-Upchurch Building Jax ; a. nunnlUn of j.laMel lwY'1 State Road Commissioners of the /State winters for that purpose, In preferenceto i iirallt.
er, a minor, will ai,ply to till Hnn MinorS Lot 3tlr"lIt: St's' 7 'It.mlll"
J JACKSOXVILI, FLA. Jones,Judge ot the I.ireuitCourt: :: lu : I nf Florida" Is hereby created conalstlng. any other point. along the Bant \ ... . . :\\II) Ui'I'I/ UnkllllW/1 . . 011 k
llrrvird Comity, t'1..rhla.ln THomlim at of the Hoard of State la tltnU. n whose! Coast I.IIt
,Isle, Horl.la, or wherever nald .laiaa t nay 1'lIu"l dii'lca shall be la Section 311 Orllllt Neo 7 lo.Jt'1II11I1C
! the time, upon the mil slat i>t July. Ie.w, prescribed: To the ftotitheRt of Tltuivllle 4s the mint . . . ::1(1( 9S: II Unklltlw/1 . . on ,
; -\ A, S1KWAKT, Bonn thurwtluir( an airfliation| can iM inurd, for of this act. wide sweep of salt water! bay (a.bowl I..tl7. : Grant "Sin 7 Fleming
;
|leave UI sell|| private rul*. the undlvuled, half 1 bee, 2. The offioe of Stale Highway
INSURANCE Interest nf aid Isis Mel l Dwyer a minor, In east ConniUstoner hereby treated wbo e IlK miles\ In width), torment by the waters Ur"nt . :III YM: 3 I1l1kIlU\\/1 . 00 .
FIRE to the following. dene rlhau real. i>..l te. to wit I Lot" 811 Urnnt "P1tr'7 Fleming
of ofllce shall he for 'loci of two of the famous Indian River llereitching
Thirteen (13))stares more or lees lu Kcuilou V term a pel Grant . . . . 1111:114: 6 Unklll.W/1. . 'OIlJrllilt
I Represent only strong and rellabla and 84, :rowiiHtli: |' JH, huiitli I Range 17 K* t. onMcrrittiimanil 1 years, and "who shall be appointed by the wild duck shooting, sailing l.ut, !Hi ( t4'I' 1 Fleming
Hrevardconuty, Ha as fully Governor the recomniendatlon of the
I companies lex.rlliai| 'liy tastes and Iwiiiium in a dyed l l recorded I and rowing can .bot Indulged In to the (Grant . .p 3N:J 5 lilt
: Uoaid of Koad Cornrnlailoners
:; : State
I Office corner Palm and Pine Streets In need Hook 'Utr," page vnd, HrevardCouoly heart's content of the most fastidious Lot CI: Grant t4.o 7 'J.'lIIllI. t

I Florida. Html Uuoordii I and shall be removed for cause upon portsman (Irans. . . :. ..'. ao 314 II llnkllu"/1 . . 011
J TITUSVILLE FLORID'A. 1'KAHL J ENN ESS, the recorumen / 7 .Jt'mlnlC
1 said board and whose On the ocean bench nearly In a direct '
1I I Guardian Inla Mal Dwver, a minor, unite ; compensation ((1rllnt. . . . . ,. no :ltd I II Unknuwn, . lilt
letter of Otiardl nKhlii Iewyd nut of the hall not exceed 11,000 per annum line east of THuivllls r. Canav"rat -
\ :
: : I.ut
II f ARRV G. LTTLEY Hurroi;a i '. C'ourt In ami for the County east Which shall be saidState 144 Orllllt /Sec T .'It'lIIlnl \ I IUrallt
I Sate or New York i paid monthly by Club, surrounded by over 10,000 . . . 8U UH Unknown\ . . OIJ
hereinafter
Ceo M. Rohhliii Attorney. C2-1 Ko"d Commissioners, a* acres of land. This property. Is owned Lot 11I4 Grant Neo 7 J.'If'lIIlnlC '

1 PnrSlCIAN A SURGEON. Incurred provided In the and performance such actual of his expenses duties by dome of the most prominent and Jrallt. . a'lM') : /I UnknowH ? 99

Notice 01' I'nbllcatloi under tbe order and approval of said wealthy residents of Boston who come 1.tUIIVIJI"! 1'IaJnoo 5th. 111118.

: TIT flVILLE. FLORIDA. board, out of the proceeds of the general south to hunt very winter I

I i fund of the State The cool refreshing! health-giving, ]: e 1V. ]: I.1..L: .
THE CIRCI'IT COI'I(1' or TUB BEV.
/Sec. .i. The said State Highway Cora i
IN wafted from
cull Judicial Circuit of Florida, lu and torllrevardCxninty i crone-laden breotes across
I ; mlsslouer nhull have. the management\ Ocean and the broad bay Tax Collector Brevard County Floridae
GENERAL DIRECTORY. I and the Atlantic ,
and vision of the conatruotton
J. McDowell" \ ) Fnforwumnt of Lien i iYO. Impel
I J[ Jester of Tulilicalion!, road building In this State and shall are one of the most enjoyable featuresof -_. --. .. .- .. . --
, U. SENATORS.. Robert Cdward Daniel J aoniHt...ardJanl..l.Kooert. 1';<1.1 I have the power to employ such engineers this phenomenal" location ,

I t.raliaferro. ,..... ., ..., ..., ., .J&<'klnnvl1le. To Richest Edward Daniel, linfcndant In the i workmen and laborers as shall lie There <. a large area of primeval
Mallory. ? .. ,... . .. .. .enaaoola, alxiv caste e I IIt found Decennary, subject to the appiovalof forest' and prairie land beyond thenorthern THE POSSIBILITIES
U. 8. CONORtHSMKN. .pi>earlnt. (: hy anaffl,lavlt riled In thin cease the Uoanl of IUIIroa l Commissioners southern and western boun WHEN
that. your wbur al>c>uti I I. not known, and that and shall perform such other duties as t
1 .rink M. Clark i rkman, .,. ::. : ...: : Lake fampa City yon are over twenty one yean of aim, etc usually appertain to the olTlou of State daries of Tltusvllle, awaiting the advent
H.| Uiimr,. :: <. .:..,::... :::: Mottles: yonrapiwaratecC.Now|, therefore to It the in ordered bill lied that.In the you above enlxr lllgliway: Joriiralasloner.heo. of the, thrifty settler' to till the Of: : Brovard Ooia.rO.ty .Soil

U. 8. LANl> OFFICE. cause against VMI", In the t 'lerk'> illloa of the 4. Maid Board ol State Roast l Coinmliisloners fertile soil which now abound In '
I above Court' at Titiiirllle, Florlila I on or beforethea0lslay shall meet and organize a\ Are taken into consideration here
land
!I 5 ('hb) Here can be found quail Inlpe.turk'y ,
'" :" of Auirnnt. A. II. IWI. Unless game ,
you
I I i ; ;::.: :: :: : :::: : the
hields Warren Receiver defend seine. the Hill of CuinpUInt will lie taken soon as practicable after paisaneand" and deer hunting to suit the cannot be said to be
U/II"/ ..at(iune.vfle,Florida. expensive althoughit
an confuim, by you and tbo cause will approval|) of this act, and they stall make ,
EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. proceed ex: |,arteItlHdliwiel .. all such rules and regulations .Us are ncc mot ardent' huntsman does cost something to do tho first clear-
.
Iha" thin order l he | .IoII.hA.lln .
electric
Clay, Craw ford aril..,.........8euretarot state, the EAST publliibed/ OAT at A'lltiuvillo I>V"HUTK, a llrevard weekly: newepa'be moiety' ,. essltry thin provisions to construct of this such act.highways under Tttusvllle lights, a tias reliable swelled bank streets a, mam ing. After the land is in condition for cultivation -

.V, Knott,, ,, ::. ...: :: .: Treasurer: .
*.H. .;111.. .... .. ?.AttorneyOrnitralJnnwC rlorlda, ,with one m a little week delay for. &It eight me y consecutiveweehs hoi I thai a Sea ft' The said lt Crown, '.. Couintroller IX .t the Court. lmu e door 01 "re. CommUsloDers shall lay out a system of several' fine brick blocks and
posted
C.adLln..... .ObnminsiaierAgriculture.;; j; ;: copy. ril witliln slays thUelate.I State roads designated as follows: One men ; be raised from it is frequent and rapid.
twenty
'
'iI. H Holiowa;... ..,Buut. t'uhlio luntruotlon llone county and ordnred. at the I (' ,k-n! :: .:: of the from Fernandlna by way of Jacksonville .. tveiy tore la them occupied by tipUpdate Profitable bo produced for ten
JClm.rrtH. Foster,. .AdJutant-Oed.ral/ Fhurlulalhr.Its.14th: crops may :ii
clove court at TltnuTllle merchants Board of Trad ,
atllrsdf oral :. : r-4)eneral: lialdwlu Macclenny !nnnderson. ; a a
? ? > d.. :KM. A. A.HTKWAUT,
1, Hoe' '.. ., ,, ... Bt t-e tliornistJMttAmns (LeAll'ay] AJ.h; rk Circuit Court Hrevard Co. Lake City Live Oak, Madison (irouovllle lIve 'white churches, )large: fisheries months in the year one after tho other, on

at: Tallahassee.: .,.:ti:, ,, ,,,Florida.StateExaminer.Umeet : : Hoe K. .T. Well, Alt.y for Uoouplhluant.: | i Moatlcello 'I'allaballBco. Quincy a tanning extract and ,palmetto fiber the same land. Clearing costs money, labor -

River Junction, Mailana, Chlpley Westvllle law. and real
factory, an Ice factory, dosts fertilizers
SUPREME COURT JUDGES. money cost money "
Pen-
/ Defunlali Springs/: Milton to .
..n.orgln'EIId
Division A. 3Ii.. ter' Sale.U sacola ; one from Jacksonville to Miami estate office, an opera house a but the returns are large, certain and prof-
tow Bhacklerord Chief Jnstlci band hooting club large
,
Jones ; Rulwri: : by way of M. Augustine/: Ormonii, Day
H Wbimnld, 8 Cockrell.IHvlnluu torn, Tltusvllls; Kocklodge KU Pierce and comfortable: ,hotels besides a itable. Come to Titusville and look tho

1 PetiwickTaylor .. .H.Presiding \ BR ANn lW VIRTl'EOF A FINAL Jensen and West Palm Beach and one number of boarding house various field over. We have some of the finest
desires in fareclsour a and sale, Imnmd nut
William A. efocker; : Chan, U : litl.tlc' of the Circuit Court; for the "' .""nth ..lurllclal Irom Jacksonville to Tampa ,by Orange parts of rile town. hammock land in tho state Call
and for Hrevard Park Green Cove Palatka. |lie. upon
.rlda. In
tlruult of should have
: The farts presented
FLORIDA LEGISLATURE. fc'lorl.Ia.ln cause therein deptiiidlnic, (.anti i. Sanford Orlando: Klsslrnmee as &.
pg.llnden County a Morgan Walton and see what they have
... .. ,
: Miami / .Senator wherein th.lncll..n/ River State Hsiik.a corporation a tendency to direct the attention of
tale H.Jou.s, Tltuellle.:: :::Reprvsentative.: uader Florida" IK complain Lakeland and Klant City, with a branch for sale.
ant, awl Ih"lawJ'o" : i n H, Terry, or loop at or near Orange Park' or Green many prospectIve visitors to our cor

'>"r8 CIRCUIT COURT. !, George. Nelson llect r. It. II. Holmes, Cashier, I Cove springs by way of Mlddleburg, town, In making their plans for the .- -...--
: Jones.Tltusvllle (1rcultJurtiffc, and benefit of the Hrevard County ,
C.Jones, Oriau fall epriogTerm-Forth t : Tuesday In March tliu. Appnlantlll, U. A1eprl l partner, trading ; Hrooksvllle and Dade City, Han We bate a fine f'asonlc Hall\ toTltiuvxllle Mason M. Clark Co.
rurin-Fourth Tuesday Octolier. as Appel A' !lianl| the C;. H: Rogers <'n. ? s cw- Antonio, Tarpon Springs, Clearwater where Indian liver Lodge 1 1I
Hiigh t. Inmnsu John A. Smith ano and e
COUNTY Largo to Sit Petersburg connecting
BOARD.
BCHOOl
I
Ii'n"olll '
AWalkerBuperlntendentTltoe; .. > t'artners, trading' as Inninsn, with the road at near No. 90, F, A.M., Indian River Chapter
Ile. Smith Co.| Julius S. Deer. Samuel. Kuilnr ; Tampa or I .
""Umlwrs-e. H, Arnold Malabar; O. B. Single- aud Louie itteuraer, partners, tr* too, Estes; A. J. Carter, 'runbull.. see, Kurtur* ()Ottonsnwr, tnullng Otto M Writs frits anil Brothers Rlehcr4Frltepartnere Myers hy way <>f Uarco Arcadia and Chapter No, 11, Order of Eastern Star!

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. ('. II. A.lnuead. as eieuut..rorthee.Ut....r John Punta Oorda, and one from Tampa to and 'Tltusvllle Camp No 141, Woodmen -
L A. ("iikllnn, chairman, (lark. Owfaiied, once srnlor ,artu.rof the ISM. 1 Palmetto.
1 of the World and Indian River (8 f ALL KJ.OHIDAVKOKTAIILE8>
":n, TltunTllle! John K Mlot Indianolai) Sri,, of John n D' City Point f.JCockshnit, L.- WIIHam; H.' Wlnlit- Lodge No. 103. KMghts of Pythias,
) from the fund hereinafter 4
mnge, man and ,1.1l.,]hrlsn>|,her, are dclfnilants I I will each county, :
l Msulons are held Drat Monday In twbBaEVARD ell at politic ale. In front of the Court house provided tbe sum of $JfiO for each mile meet regularly NEW YORK
wattLMUIar. hoe" floor at Tltusvllle, Ht.rlila, l-.tww.ntli. of eight foot hard surface lateral road Also a city telegraph office and express Gull /HI'KCIALTY
COUNTY OFFICBRH.lu legal' hours of sale, to the highest an.llt bdder -
fvroiMb. on the built ti connect with the main Slate delivery; a carriage and wagon
a. Wi.' ."" TttulYllle ....... .County and the sum of $ uiC for each
LGautde. Tltu.Ylllel.I. ....... .Pros Jmlire.A tt ,. FIB1! MONDAY IV JULY A. I>. INS, high mile ways of ..lateen.foot fuel', and the sum of boy, and a Un and sheet Iron bop. Oranges Grapefruit and Pineapples.
IWM, ",**", TltusvIHe, .,. ..County Clerk.Itw ; the erne teeing the 5th day of said month, The East Coast Advocate Is published
.... mile of road ,
Il.ll' Tltu..III. .. ....Ts. A.MWMir.IMn and a legal sales day, the following dmrrilmd, |1KX for each twenty-foot ,
HallTitnarllle .Tax (lector. real estate sliuatrd In the rnirutv of, Hrevard when It I I. not less than eight! Inches : every Friday morning and by a .-
B ii 8, rjr- Tltusvllle. :::.:: : : ::::. .. .Treasurer.J : and State nf riort.U,er au ninth thereof aa willautl.r thick on tbe crown and the Inches thickat glance through Its advertising columns

|J, t n' Jim Walker, Tltu.rllle TltunTllle,. :: :::,.Luunty Superlntenilaiit.Uurvevor.: said'Ing dnnrre at a and margin(MMU of, towltCoimnem Indian: River In the berme under tbe direction ol the you can easily see who ace the proms I Ruhlman; & Co.

W i.MMwn:TltunTllle HhwrifT. the Southeast corner of [ rt No, t.lshlorkiM, ail vailoua, boards of county commlsftlotiers, Dent merchants of our town-men' .NorwiMHl, Tltusvllle"Registration:: ; UIHterTITL'SVILLK shown on a plat of the town of Mnlboiirne, endnow and accepted by the State Hoard of Road
on II... In the ntllce. of the Clerk nf the Circuit ; are up-to-date citizens, and who masking *
TOWN .. llrevard County Florida, a id Commlaslooere, 10! Washington/ I t NEW YORK
wn.on.+!' T N. Walller, marshal thence 1-ouit Went of oil the South line of raid lot to ths /Beo. 7. Tbe laid Hoard of State Road for your patronage. Road the 03/ Murray btreet, J X. 1',

'nltatcollantorJ.PflleonCinch i'wJha; \ :; and treasIr -. heWe.llneofaidlottwenteegte Northhtfet. Coromlaslooers are hereby vested with ads, on every page verycarefully.Sample \ -- ----- Y-
L. ii!lIr..n.ll8."rJr.D tax I'rll"'bard.assessor P. J.. Hall A Stewart and F., alrwg thfMioe'KM :\ :: ': power to take land of any person or copies of the Advocate will

njjr.j;. alderman The council meets ant lilt \0 them eldtIndiantRlrethence' persons by gift; purchase, or by condemnation be sent, free to any part of the Unit
r In each month.JITLSVILLK aging II arllo of said riser tAl the pOInt ot leegtn.ning In the Dime of tbe Mate, for tbe Oranges Pineapples
with rllerlan r slew al the rlerlanrlghte 5 and 0 of eod States upon Application.The ,
BOARD OF.TRADK: Inentlone'I; In a deed:: t dated the 4th day ofAugust. roads mentioned la (Section Sterling Hotel Is practically
n..hblo.. .'MII1, and recorded 10 Knoll al." on pagt5 set, ID tbe same manner a. Is now provided ,
Milt inrj' (I. Ilaat.lMJretary.President 1MeetsssexemndtW54: HA: and ::161I of Hrevard. County; Iei l Records. by la.. for tbe county commissioners new, having been entirely re-built, and Florida Fruits Oar Specialty.
'bight In e*tit mouth at Uielr rooms. 9OHH HENRY:" to take or condemn lands for road many more rooms added dining room
HtMirlal Ma-ur.r
.J. Webb, Attorney for Indian .River State purposes.Nee. enlarged, piazzas erected and all ma\- W. represent several of the largest shippers In your !State! suit wish to represen
Hank. ** I 8. That the sum l>f two hundred ern conveniences Installed, and hat
60 YEARS' thousand (IJOO.OoO) dollars be and Is
Established 84
also live us trial shipment.
been completely refurnished Aocoranvodatlons you
EXPERIENCE hereby appropriated annually far the 7.a"4
Oranue lro\e I'or Sale. purpose of carrying Into effect the proVIODM are of the boat. ,

nf this act, and shall tut depositedwith The Tltusvllle Uvery Stable has aOne

1 tbe State Treasurer and be designated Jot of fcorees and rigs and pay rash. .e'oKella TlflH I-IOLJkL IN MIND' -
Grove and known as the !State: road land 8
Kamoat Turkey Creek Orange special attention to the tourist and the '
and expended by the P said of /> Road
and Truck Farm for tale at a bargain; Commissioners sportsman

T'UDC MaflK. 200 acres of land, about one mile river Sec, 0. 'construction of such bard The TKtiiHlle Graded. High School

DeSIGNS and! creek front; several hundred bearIng surfaced bljtuways or roada as herein has an efficient corps: of teachers, all HEYSEROAtTIAIOFtE

aesn.'e"1AIn COrvte0Nre' Ac. anJ grapefrolt trees; BO acres designated shall. begin! .. Man as practicable of whom hoU flnt-grade teachers' cer

!' ''re ;, r:::._ :::.cI ,:emp :: : orange Artesian wells easily after the pasaage of this act on the tlncates, and has a s'cbool term of
It pm" suitable fur (celory of main lines, I
general principal system
MT-f.J".1''''" 5 ntWIl08CIM( ooPatl.t. station of)'. E. C. Rail eight month Here the C'bll4ren are ::>>
IVII
; uj! *** ._envy '"r ...>,"'"..>'*""''.. driven. Flag M provided In Sections 5 and V I of this col : .
given instruction and prepared for
M"N'+ Ck; IttbottT11.M"' lv.r.oNtsScientific known as "Tillinan! en Und. act.
*, tii, way Beautiful place; Just suited for winter 8ee. I/). All laws and parts ol laws In lege' courses, under good moral conditions COMMISSION FRUIT & PRODUCE ;
Rm rican.ir conflict "with the provisions of Lisle act and associations I
miles south of Melbourne
*. """' *lf m tra.A _". Lancet f'ff'o borne. Three be and the came are hereby repealed. I The Palmhorst Is another hotel opened RELIABLE, PROMPT UNSURPASSED rACILITICS. '
"n to D. Io Gauldeo Tltuivllle This shall take effect ID.mediately "
: Apply 880. 11. act In TUnsvliie. It Is nicely located near
m JIIcermontt, Bu14truln..dealuwaa Fla; or Coode Real Estate Melbourne'I open Its passage and approval the F. E. C. Ky. station, and Is fitted WM. HEY ER, PRATT ST. WHARF, (DAtTO., MD. t

!!NH! UIIoe"&!Co 3sltll'.',flew York. Fla. tft by the.Governor with every convenience. I .


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FLETCHER MEN STAND SOLID P PRIMARY, JUNE, 16TH 190 '

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I o1.al

'\ BROWARD'S' CAMPAIGN FUNDS The campaign will be over in a few day) .tinp

: I have not boasted of my riches. I have none to boast of. I have told the continued his clean] plait
Fletcher] has
I to Interest Na cnmpaigi)
whole (ruth-that I was not bound nor obligated any corporate
tional Bank or Railroad Company, fur any of the expenses of my campaign. Governor 'T: .
Broward makes an effort to curry favor and make political capital by alludIng I t % IIe has not abused /or vilified or inisrcpri

to has poverty, or lack of wealth. Yet at Tampa be said that he hart Eighty/ out
Thousand Dollars worth of properly It Is one thing to be poor, and quite another 11:4 A 1r seated his opponent. -Qnly 19,000 vote! Mt i!
thing to use the fact for political effect.' It Is one thing to havif:limited means, IM

d and another thing to be free from ret'llonalalld political obligations-especially to out of 53,000 were cast in tljc] first Primar
ddbr
National Banks and National Banker.-whose Interest would be affected by Cur-

moony Legislation by Congress./ It Is one thing to lack means-It Is another thingto q c1 4t for Governor Broward and his iiiiiohim dire
use the appointing power of the Governor to reward friends, and to take care of (

those to whom you are under obligations of a political or financial nature. tail'dr
Both BearA and Lamar arc now for Fletder. : ]

BROWARD'S MACHINE-HOW IT WORKS van

I Governor Broward has been nearly four years In office, building up a state-wide Eighty per cent of their vote wil at 1

political machine. The power of appointment vested In him for public Intercuts hurtate
solely has been used for his own political advantage. As a result, witness the fact come Fletcher in tlC next Primary. Js a'via

tbat his appointees., from United States Senator to Inspector of fertilizer, are 1

openly and actively electioneering for him In almost every county la the State one questions .this. There can be only on 41
Among his.ofi holding supporters are four convict Inspectors, a fpod and drug Idea

Inspector, an Inspector of feed stuffs and fertilizers, the State: printer, numbers of result. The people} will win their light vr,
naval stores Inspectors, be supervising Inspector of naval stores, tbe chairman and audl.IIie

a member of the State Hoard of Control, numerous dredging employees and wood Let Flctcl ,
Fletcher vilLbe elected. every
contractors, and an army of State ofllcers and employees. Titer.. Is even a State \ .- Its
Detective (for whose appointment there Is no legal authority), who Is travelingover yr.mmt.
this State electioneering! for Broward.. 'iheite office) and employee are re- r v I't er irym he active and vigilant until the yotC!
p ,
mAurk
delving) salaries averaging not loss than Fifteen Hundred( Dollars a year each and
their expense. Tbe Constitution of Florida prohibits the Governor from being a arc counted. SEE THAT EVE1H; rte ahr. t

4'' candidate) to succeed himself. This was to prevent just such machine politics. I
)Jut the Governor Is using the same methods toot/ himself elected United States JFLETCHER MAN GRISTS HIS VOTE pill

I Senator. a re'I.11

p .. WHAT BROWARD WANTSAfter i ifDon't I tndelly-

all, it Dooms to many people that what -veroor.! Rroward! wants Is not Lies
tbe welfare of the State but oflloe for himself; not the goon of the "great-hearted" Believe Campaign 9r,
y people, butpolltlcal power aDlloJll.lInoe! for himself and tbe ability to kelze the Some very bitter and untruthful statements have been made about me In the; rely
highest offices of the State for his firends and supporters. Mill'> the Democrats of last few days by some overzealous partisans of the Governor ppolr,lees of and 'o,I...
j, tbe State of Florida stand for these method.? Is It possible to secure a fair ex- members of bis political machine. I aRk) the people of Florida to take into consideration all
pression of party will If such a system of machine politics Is allowed to be fastened the fact that these are nothing but campaign falsehoods, npiung at the last 'Sprung Election mn,.
d upon the State? Ills DOW for the Democrats of Florida to decide whether or not moment when It was known that I would not have time to anew or. The people on Day.R 1311
I they will endorse such political machine methods lI'LETCUER.tbll State will not approve of such unfair methods Yes
DUNOAN U. DUNCAN V.,FLETC. ER. In


IF YOU APPROVE OF A DECENT AND/ CLEAN CAMPAIGN, CAST YOUR VOTE NEXT TUESDAY FO DUNCAN U. FLETCHER F L E 'logeu ape I


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EAST COAST ADVOCATE. I We Have Made, Suits to Order for- -Pplel;; Most'Towns In JAMES PBITCHABD. President R. W.; HAILK,-Assistant- -Cashier.F. s. BATTLE, Vlie-Ftf fOp'!)ihhy Q.U

Florida'j IIe

p WISKLV orals JOOBffAL or .8. I.DU"DBVOTBD ansa*O TMI, Lau PSVBIrCD INDIAN RIVERSTATE BANKCOUNTY chit'e
I' The Great Semi-Annual $13.50 Suit Sale '' tI
woavaAsa&'SO.".'.."l'tlTIO..

DEPOSITORY. .
PUBLIS KVBBT FWD T. \

Sintered st tbs Pontoffloe' Tltunvllle. Florida, MAIL ORDERS Began Tuesday JUne 9 $$1350 SUITS r r"" Authorized Paid up capital capital, $100Cf$25,00'' 'pr\I

as aeoond-olaos matter ---..1'N Average deposits $200OC etlv
Can be ,filled suet as In this rule are really =..3 .- 1ue
c..i.11L WALTOH, Editor A
Proprietor Ime J
..., Member of the Florida' Press. Aunetatton.ANNOUNCEMENT.. satisfactorily .e the The fame of these Important events has gone broad-, $2b:.! t'0 $1&: Suite. 'I he Transacts ( General Banta ;
0. ,
lop
cast over the State

orders taken right In. ,In our January Salewe made and \le1Iverel1.'u veu1 mat,e r I a 1. aU the Business rods sat;

our store thousand Suits at $l30/) for the full Suit, and $12.50 finest and the making Largest and Oldest Bank on the Bin elk par

for the two-pIece Suit: t.o people In Jacksonville and ,Our'ty
In the Second Primary, WRITE the very beet Exchange bocght: and sold ,'n all Foralp
h Juno lOtli, 1UUH. towns throughout the State of (
1 For Delegate ta the :National Demo- FOR These thousands of pleased customers have made YOU Patrenareappreciated.' "'Prompt tIIrYl.... J pol'

ooratlo Convention from tbe State at ORDER the reputation of the Sale, and title time we are Pre WILL treatment,and every,, banking favor consistent|tr iit ilCORRESPONDENTS ,with eaervat
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Large pared to make twice "I many Suite at the same price t
I \ Vote for three r BLANKS ALWAYS Empire Trnut Company, 48 Rmsdwsy. ._
New York, N. t.
.' 2 MAX M. SHOWN, UE A Tbe Atlanta National Hank of JCkeenrttltJaok.onvitle )
AND $13,50SAMPLES .
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X A. C. CLEWI3, CUSTOMER 1TUsvILLF: ::. ALA.motor :-

X n, U., S1IACKLEFORD. _._-
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'. And they will tie sent It you once give ustey0a nne6ln'!
Delegates tov the National Democratic fJ/lt. I : :Boat'
V, at ) ,1.1. Supplies.
Cooveutlon! from the Second Congressional ; once a

Vote for District two : ',\ e+ iJ/i1/ Q l jldd 1\.aaL1. : Order 'Hour. '''lot'ifillI I boa,

X T t.4. DAVIS, ,
from llprices. > elK
For your boat and engine at/liberal discounts
X FRANK O. SE1M1NQ.Uowden t EVERYTHING TbeTRADB supplied BIGHT. Shafting:\ npeller The
Batteries both Kdlwn and Tlmert.bpai
>, Dry
TilE LEADING MERCHANT TAILORS OF JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA Coils, !Spark: Plugs, ihuretors, Urass Pipe and Deck "Fittings, Me udc6e sit
nnYAN -IJU___n_(_}ATI.___.S.__, |Ing Gear, Boat Builders' Supplies.: Fltringsi I
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BOAT BUILDERS AND FIn COMPANIES discounts
special
Eaton and Makn are tbe only A LAST WORD FROM 60V BROWARD.To very safe to conclude th't It contains to friends Miss Edith leaves thus week given 411
11 Delegates-at-Lsrge ptedgexl to Bryan.Others falsehoods that could bsve been. moonsfully -I for New Haven, Conn., to spend the 'N vv 'Pa1zn.or: : Engl.rics: The
decline to so pledge th8l ael.es. refuted. mummer ettl I I7r
Bryan's friends should vote for and advocate the People of Florid t Vote for the candidate who from his i Editor A. K. }V11 on and family spent arranged to mv speclflcaifons *ltb'WATEH JACKET RE"Dbest,. sized pump e
1 f and actively work for Sunday with friends Walton. I Mike and Break Ignition II perfection( for Fish. allowed.Xjscv2Xklo ,
1 Tbs contest for the high office of past record and affiliations 'will\ best 9.a
DELKOATIS!: BTATBJ AT-LAHGE:, United Slates Senator Is drawing to a serve you, tbe whole people of Florida. Mrs. Erhart and family hive moved to : 3I2zi.fflzi.oei: : : \:totrIIr.

X BASIL C. BOWDEN, close, and as a final word I wish to I have no paid workers Importuning Tantle sawmill, where Mr. Erbait Is running a : Jump Spark. artfjdeal forPle..ure Craft. .

X cn.\ F. EATON thank my friends, throughout the State people. I therefore salt my friends t h.
for their unselfish and patriotic Interest to bn vigilant and unceasing In their ef. Rev. Oeo. Moore held service In St. B'Uln for prices before sending away. luve 7': J.
SAVE MONEY[ *
X A. 8.: MANN. Andrews church last Sunday morning. raon yGive me your trade. I have sold (t" the
la my candidacy.I forts la mjr behalf until the primaries
; number
attended
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have made my appeal straight to tbe are over.
i rOK COCMTT COM MISS10N KM. At the regular meeting of the I.O. O. : "a,
e Fifth UUIrluU people of Florida, and from the people conclusion I alit) to remind you R. Lodge, Monday night Messrs. J. F. ww SN DL JEN'SmN, TL4; '!m.ch,
I alone do I expect the nomination In the tbat the'ballot Is the weapon with which Bell and J, K. Ilendrlx were glvau the ._ -- -.----. .-. -- "- '
To the Voters of the Fifth District l
: primary of June 16th. you must fight your battles for principle, second degree.Mr. \ }\.A..LSDV 3a- Ii';
OO. Atlalktn. .
I am stilt a candidate for County Commissioner ,
y In the hroouil l'rlm.ry.June I have made no political deals or combines and tbe only weapon you have; and Vsnlftndlngbsm and 1 wife, residents .
a1TI
ICth, and, If elected, I promise lev serve with any person, faction) clique when you fail to oust your vote it Is your of Tltu..lll for many years, before l.South Forsyth Street.
tbe to the best of and Interest has Interest they left for Miami arrived In town .
people my ability or corporation nor anyone own you are neglecting: and -
.. conditions on Tuesday, os a visit to their IOn, Dr. 5'" I.e.'alt.-
I the permit. for me, nor bsve I bee approached by which must suiter. I therefore uigeyou Ernest Yanlandlngbani. Complete line of Engines; Boilers,
I thank most sincerely for
support In you the first primary, and I trust your anyone with proposals of this nature, to make every effort to go to tile polls on 'Sunday being Decoration Day with Mills Shingle and StavV'iachisr' usa-
) that I may be your favorite in tbe seoond. and any letter, reports or rumors to this tho 18th of June, and use" the sole meansat the W. O. W., the members assembled Edgers, Planers, and all other woo ghail
C Thanking you In advance for any effect'are absolutely (false command, to Insure triumph for In the morning and marched to the Cemetery working machinery and supplies esrrle-
favors that you may show me, t am. I would ask yen to beware of) tbe those principles which w. believe and ,. where they have three graves, In stock at the above address, which i i' l fo
Yours very truly, O. O. (UA! SKI,. and In tb. afternoon went down In busioe old
eleventh-hour cbArJr"1made against a for which I stand of
and has been our only place
I launches to Eldred, where they Lave
-? candidate too late to be answered My N. B. B HOWARD. of a century.) no4e
1 two < To tbe Voters of tb.Fifth District opponent and his supporters have had accompanied them and very handsome Get the test It will ssve yen mooJ
lberebllDoounoe myself. a candidate ample time to print and send out svery- Fort Pierce. wreaths of flowers were strewn on .all We can supply you. Write forctiiogse Imde a
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for re-election to tbe Office of thing that tbey know about me. A can tbe graves.

i County Commissioner of ,4th district; didate Is entitled to time to deny any Mr and Mrs. Luce 'of Eden art
and thanking my friends tot their support were.In
WALTON SKLF-LOCKINQ
accusation made against him before the town on Wednesday BLOCKSare OFFICE
In tbe last primary, for sale by tbe Atlantic Supply PST COAST ADVOCATE PRINTING
I am, your obedient servant, day of the primary, and when1 literature Misses Edith and Etbel 'Tyler left here Co, East Bay street, Jacksonville, a"'eta..
T.J, CocKSnTTT. goes out too late to be .nl"ered., it la on Saturday for Jacksonville, on a visit! Fla. DOES ALL KINDS:: OR\SOCIAL AND COMMERCIAL PRINTINGG

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Corns of East Coast COl're pondelnts. .
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send Eau Gallie. Indian River. l
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rOCATl, Tituarllle,Fla Summer weather and showers No. 1. Fine building lot In South 'II-I No. 0. Northeast if of northeaatjf, +
during
the past week.Watermelons. -- -. -- tuavllle frontlngtlOO/ on Front Indian aeo. township 38 south, nlalleoCl east,
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\r> cannot guarantee to publish River and extending bark to street, on south fork of St. Lucieriver40; acres,
W r"I that do not reach this office before and pineapples are now Between above dates we will'sell at a dis- distance of :273! feet, an "Ideal spot for a Dado county f 0,()H.)per acre.
01 showing on our streets Winter home Piloe 1J3utet
.,sea Thursdays.trill count of 25 per cent the articles listed below. Ni>. 7. A tare bargain A :91 acre
o.I.: Lot Ktti.1.!: Front street,
ivJ. : on
I tIIIIlterwlll erect house which Is bearIng t
a oo tract of land, 10 sores of a -
bla home lot In Eau Uallle. More houses These are the best prices thathave ever been line water front, just the location for a Pineapple Plantation, near Melbourne ']

correspondents oblige tie by are needed In the town. offered In the State and it will pay every house- residence, live minute from postofllce Good| Packing house Dock,
lay, of people and places and stores) prle'.IIIIIO.( .
ding the names Tramway, Pines are fenced with woven r
Pineapples from
tbe plantations the keeper to take of the sale.
on advantage No. 8. West of nortbeaat and
plainly II possible t?!. east side of Indian River it I. wire fencing. This la an exceptional
shipped through Eau Oallle.are now being To enable our out-of-town trade to'secure west l j of southeast 14, see township chance (or a party who. will 1Ien\the
tlgi,11r the full :.U: range 3l, 1(11( :UO10O( acres, ht. Lucle\ plaro. Crop last year, l.COO crates
advantage of the sale will PREPAY
Melbourne A new glacier window has been placed we county, tll.11O) per acre. Price, If sold before April let, f ,/ROO.OO.) (
} ( In the choir room of 8t. John's'Episcopal the freight on all orders of $5,00 or more No. 4. N. W. 14' of northwest 14 and Tttlo perfect.

'RIR! W OOODEReal Estate: Notary church The gift of a member. to any point on Indian River. west 14 of southwest.{, 111'(1; 'M: township Nit. 8. 10 acres In LuC No. 3, Sec 29,
,' and Conveyancer. Agent for. w lttna Baird and Ray Hedstone have sailed 3J= range 3l, 120: artes, St. Luole Township :21 South Range ,.15 East I
oti' Imnol and London andGI'I.eand Hartfordbinnra List of goods which take the 25 cent county, toOIl(l nci o.No Hammock land suitable for '.
: l>nleii. Special' attention for Jacksonville for a load of Iron for per per 1 his Is line t
oI Ie b'In the Intends of nonrealdcuta.f Kedstone ways In tbe Eau Uallle river, discount : A, Northeast. t{ of southeast l 4. orangra, grapes and vegetables, and Is
sec tow nub)p ::114 eoulfi, range 41 nest; located about a half mile north of Titus
UrI : subwrlptlons for tbe ADVOOATK, Work on the (I. \\. Hopkins canal Is China Glassware Tinware Eimmulwnrc: close tit O. K Wood's pineapple plantation vllle, An exceptional bargain. Price,
.pink pni'T of the,East Coast, will be now at a standstill, owing to the want of on Ht I.urle river; 41)) acres, Pitdn .(UXI. Half ciuh II| balance on title, to \

I lint< rlred at the Melbourne 1>0Iltoffice.aall will men! be with resumed interest later.In the wJik, Work Pottery, Souvenirs, Baskets, Fancy Lamps, county, !$ItiNt' ( per Hero suit pun'baser.If .


td) showers, lately and everything The moon-lit nights tempt many of Alligator Goods Cooking Utensils Galvaiwied you want a home on the IndUn River, call and see us. We have many
fast our to be ,
>sing young people out on the indian bargains Illunvllle sod elsewhere on the hast; Coast
of our people are now planting and Eau Uallle rivers, this "'eek, and ;
!fact Tubs and Pails .
wi! urtr-'aloes; fine weather for them. boating tilps are frequent. Japanned WareFibor, Morgan: : eta "VV'n1."ton.: .i;

turtle egg: genii, puddings;., cake, om: Alex. Near has a contract for an arte and Wooden Pails Cut Glass Silver Water I 11KAL ESl'ATK: DKAI.KKS) :. ,
X III shill bread are now our dally bill of clan well for the lumber firm of A. !', TI 'USVH.LE, FLORIDA

... Edge A: Co.) of Kan Gallle. The work la Coolers Tackle. Jardiniers Disc ---- ."- .- -_.. .. ---- j
to be pushed to completion at once Fishing ,
V..... M. F Martin and granddaughter,
on I.. Etta Rennet, have RODe to vl>It re The Eagles' Hand, of Eau Gallle, were Phonograph liecords. :
resin Mai Una and Cliattaboocbee.Kr entertained at the home of airs A. N. Percy G. Walton I-
Mathers, on Monday evening last, when ,
glittcli and Mrs, Claude Edge.anti snits, refreshments were served and much en.
.inde and Leon, spent Sunday In Eau i iillle joyed.A. 'RONALD FISKE
Ibo guests of :.Jr. and Mrs. A. 1>, Tituau.11o: Flo.
' j ire.fr.. P. Edge Is building a private rest ,
dente at the north end of our town and
Edward Turk ban rented, for the near tike large; new saw mill. The steady
otc seer months, the launch .K lous, growth of Ecu Uallle Is very marked this Cocoa -' Florida. FIRE AND TORNADO
>m Alex, J. Uoode" andfr.! and Mm summer I INSURANCE.
ark are now enjoying dally trips on the :
I
at .rand creek linhlng Captain: jlardee, of Sebastian Is ha*.
I Ing three molois placed In bin new Huh
IIr.C T Mcllrldewho left here Inn boat, bumbo. This Is probably the only t.t.t..J..t..t.tt..t.ttt.t..t..t..t t \
l'E.ie pill to go Into hiisinesa In Jacksonvilleireturned veHBtl on the East Coast having three UELIA11LK: COMPANIES.IMtOMlT: ? PAYMENT OK I.OSSEH.: I

to Melbourne; and re opwnpi engines as the propelling power 4\ i : LOWKST: KATKS.); ACCIDKNT. POr.lCJKS ISSUED.
I store <>n front et!rent. &I r. )fc rl.1, ,) 1\'
ends return.were glad to hive: him Bud his south The bank John of Asrlnwall the Ecu Uallle residence.\ river, on Is the being LEADING >I 'ft'v" : }\1O: "I.10Jl: IJ. ) \.!L" :I T1'N IJTl.A.NOID; : \
ally .
,ton, down, to be erected an a dwel- ,. 'I; MAKIXR AND KIUK. RATES ON APPLICATION.
4t Ii. .f
: Mr. It \V, Iteaulean hm erected, on ately hug on the town cite. \Voikmen, are now : t
purchased lot on Crane Creek, a. busy dismantling this line dwelling, '
's>i, large boat house, for hU launches' I CANDIDATE !
I May and Jesse li. Claude and Douijean Vf. .?. Nesbilt of Ft. Pierce has just Your Business Respectfully r Solicited I
had completed In the auditorium of St.John's '- i'
r the "
'30[ put up building, wbtch'bLira Episcopal cburcb, a beautiful 4\ It' Reference.! Indian River htste hank, 'lltunvlll, Fla.,

I glacier window, In memory of his father FORUNITED : : \ -. -
Robert Nicholson and daughter! and mother, who are Interred In the Eau i JrYc < iI4
u Mollle, have gone to Detroit, Michipend ., Gallle cemetery. The glacier was made t.I.i ct 11i
o
> tbe summer months with relaMH In Belfast, Ireland. :$ ,<; x Fainting: : x
e rn' | Alice Nicholson, wboJs I 10 '"
Hags! at Washington, D. C., will join Tbe government light at the mouth ii;,, .W,
;
ID) tbere. of our harbor, showed a while light one K ". rt
night this week, owing to the breakingof 4\ :tI !{' -. .., PAPERIIAN01VO KALhOMIMNO, VAIIN 1511! ING, STAINING, F1NI3H1NO I

lip. W '1', WelU la now shipping blsi the .glass 1 In the lamp. The damage i /SIGN: I'AINTIVO OK ALL KINDS, ETC

.hfK 'opuf pineapples from bia. fine plantar! was remedied by the keeper, next day, STATES 't < Old Furniture made to look \like. hit" Mirrors Made and .,
'It It E%'t Melbourne Many basket and now the light U red, a" usual,
I this duitclous fruit are finding thai _i U.ason ble nat -.
q Into! he homes of friend hntlng .i1;
here. 1 .
e them Into roarnialade, sweet STATE OF LUCAS OHIO, ('IT!'OF,TOLEDO, I l e1. SENATOR i VW_ ELceED: :: t
die, pifcHttrves, and even vinegar from COUNTY. )f
>.tilmmlnm of tbe plnea.which Is line. Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he Shop In Borlirgcour 1I1111.11n",
is senior partner of the firm of F. J. TITUSVILLK, FLORIDA
A Grand Family Medicine. Cheney &:: Co., doing business in the City
),croo> of Toledo, County and State aforesaid, n DUNCAN U.FLETCHER I -- -- :
"II' gives me pleasure to speak a good: l and that said firm will pay the sum of -
>, m for Electric!: Hitters" ," writes Mr. ONE 1IUNUKED DOLLARS for each J 1E3:: :. :PARKER:
JOClkin r.n> l oh Ianof No. 43(1( Houston street, and every case of Catarrh that cannotbe t

.( Turk 'It's a grand family rood. eured by the use of Hall's Catarrh j Stands for These Principles TITUSVILLE: :, FLORIDA
De for dyspepsia and liver compllca- Cure, FRANK J. CHENEV. : I
,oli; while for lame back and weak Sworn to before me and subscribed In + Coartml of Iolert (B Carrier br Inloralat :, "Tin: anal: Slaoot Iron: "VVor1c..or.

> oi-ys it cannot be too highly reoorn my presence, this 6th day of December, Ai Contmrroe Commi>Boa.FeTorsi .., TANK: OP-'ALL HINDI MADE fio ORDER,
"led" Electric Batters o regulate A. A., 188(1.( A. W. Gi,KAHOW,
,nlve fuctlona, purify the blood, and I [rSaetj: ] Notary Public., = Income Tm* ROOKING" -TIN AND GALVANIZED IKON.
RIft .part renewed vigor; and vitality to the Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally A Stand for Tariff Rev.tosv, and n.neflU toM I OAT PUMPS AND TANKS SPECIALTY/: ,
..k and debilitated both aeiea. Sold and acts directly ou the blood and mucous Florida farmer mnd Frttl Growara.Daly Dealers In BKJYCLEH AND BICYCLEfiUNDRIKS.
,etp' ,d or guaiantee at TltuavlIIe Pharmacy. surfaces of the system tend for on Egyptian CoUon.
', ti -Gtoxiox'xlMnrCPflfl: X1.o'Dn1r 'VV"or1E.-
11 cent er bottle. teallmonlals free.F. .
| 0..8. ApproprS;.tloaa for llarbovse ..,
" pol'> J. CHENEY & Oo., Toledo, O. laUnd Hirrrs end Watarwaj __ ..__h_ .... _ _ __ .. _ ..____.._ __,___
lib eo Sold by all Druggists, 75o. i Oppoa lo Traetsi and all Moaofmllo.Parora : -
Georgiana.Rona Take Hall's Family Pills for Constipation.

_ _ Carraaer Reform TEEES;
+ ,
N.Ivor flee Carter called on hues Wlnl- v! "fE't+E.tNt.EfE.tEFtthttFFEf'bb'b( l I'''''ttkffEtt'NOTE

Dillon, Monday afternoon. Shiloh. x -- -- -- --- .. -.-- e "

Taylor ass visiting her filend, "' : FOR ? are hiD"l l greatest satisfaction to our bun.
O. From Ocklawaba
Baylor, at lionaventure, hilt week. Jack Wagon and Lee William; of dredi orou.toin.r. m Kiorua Ti.er. always

Nn Nash, of Cocoa, was visiting Mea"Qts Oak Hill, spent Sunday In bblloh.
grow, and tbey shays bear fruit true to name of variety m
.. s nays Provost, Munson aqd 'laylor, a Frank Montgomery,of Oak hill, spent Royal O. D1.Lrl.rl.: : :

J. Incle ago. last week bare working his orange Some satisfaction in this.In |ilantlDR groves DOW, think of'tbe future

Hughle, Franklin Allen, Mr grove. SUCCEN1 OK YOUR INVESTMENT .
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'''ber groan Allen, and Mlssea Cora* M union and Mr and Mrs. Oeo.: Harmon and two :for: depends on the trees you plant MAKE NO MISTAKE but come to-
went from here to tliy; Saturday IDbhllob. 1
Aurantla
of ,
]w), to sons, spent
mJi, '"boatI'aUo.quarterly. meeting! Sunday, on Railroad: Com.ixa.loalon.cr.: : : : : : Headquarters for Reliable Trees: SSLnn3 to arrive tit des i

, 11'spar]' We David Taylor and Foster Dennett order. If they
$" ,names of Mia. Nina Baldwin, Jnd spent Sunday at Aurantla, with Roy don't, w* replace them. NO WHITE FLY
and
,tet'l Clayton Carter were nnln Harmon. He LED nearest oppo-
a'l'iualiy left out of tbe write-up of
etsgdrll,| ID last Robinson to leave In a
Mrs expects
week's ADVOCATE, ,
d Haralll and.Hoben Dlwley Instead few days for her old home la Enfaula, nent by 4,772 votes In I 1st ADDRF.NMCONNER, Prop'reTANGERINE
Allen I Alabama. .

The many friends of Mr. and Mrs. E,. Mu: Wm. Robinson and son, Mr. Lee, primary and secured a !:, Jo'r.OmDA. ;
av ttt awieywHI be glad to know that spent Sunday with Mrs. J. N, Mosbtyanil _
p tMa1Hbp t
'f teas .. ,:. ,
It'd their family In -- -- -- -- y' -
11.11): destination June 3rd x 7- majority or plurality
'ed :'.*I'm.trip and that Mrs. Daw ley Mr. Md Mrs. J. A. Taylor spent a verj :: 1Wnoh1n..ory: Cozn.pnny"t : :

\ then when fine sire started.pparently feelingIotr pleasant Sunday day with-ilr.. and .31,.. J. >V.UrlfUs i TWENTV-THREE coun- OCEAN 6TnJCJt-r, .' JACKWONV1LLK, 7LA. i(

.*"',. "-eoree" Carter left for Deadwood, Miss Annie Kubi, f 6f Blacksbear, c'h ties. PORTABLE AND STATIONARY ,"
,yeIQ I *' bout a week: ago. lie got as far Is home for a visit of several weeks with F.N/IINES: BOILERS., HAW! MILLS,
! 1 M>uvllle, bought his ticket, miss- I Kuhl. WOODWORKING MACIIINRRY ,
Mrs
Ilbe ber mother, .
ban went to a hotel to apend Has been SECRETARYof ,
""B'Kbt'{ wheiea sneak thief entered Dr. H. O. Utley, of Tltusvllle", was tllII OLE M1LW, LATH MILLS

.].Q Path r open window and stole all called to Bblloh last Friday, to see Mrs. the Railroad Commis- ,e Complete line carried In stock for lm "
-i 41 a-B"7. lie got{ the money back onM Kubl, who was seriously but is now *, mediate shipment. It will pay you to
"- end leiurued boma. It Is Improving.Mrs. 1
I too consult us before buying. Postal will
; Tee/: ta a good and earned sion for SIX YEARS andIs
*ion' / boy C. K ol1" and little sun, ft Tltusville bring our salesman.. Write for Illustrated
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by bard .
work arrived last week and will\ remain
several days with ber mother, Mrs. familiar :vVvlth the work catalogue and price.
Think,-It Saved Ills Life. Kubl. Wear* General) Southern Agents fur Celebrated Farqubar Engines, Hollers .

car "ter !t(. Nelson, of Naples, Maine, Claude McCandless*. who left here. a of the 'OfficePAVORE and Saw Mills t
la"food a r cent letter I "I bue used Dr. few weeks ago, 1* now_bavlcjt<<> a pleasant ----- ,
"C's Xe.. Discovery many years, fur visit In Chicago, after visiting New. .
.rba and eoldl. aDd I think It saved and lu Cao..ta.. I t
York
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rrl'ch! I< /I III.top. I "and It a reliable rem \. : : DELIVERED 'PRICES ON LUMBER IN CARLOAD

o1Jld) tlaoa' lung complaint, and The fleet 1-|1U Ever_ Hold,
ael'IIf1 iDulIDor6 be "Itboat\ a bottle than I. Only reasonable rates, railroad and express, con- lota; ?yom.: :nalll.F. '.
for chronic
; "A flee doctorogll years
Without food. For nearly ;'
t'"a'l'e" Discovery bu stood a' indigestion, and spending! over two hues slstant w th good service, good wages, and fair. O. B. CUVs F.O. B. Cars Eats
throat and lang remedies. red dollars, nothing baa don. mesamuch Tltusvllle\ to Cocoa. Oallle to bebastlao.. I I
qrsC '...._. preYeDtathe of good as Dr. Kind's New Life Pills Interest on an honest Investment. Framing Lumber, rough and sized CxS aod" "' _
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d of "nil lungs h b. opneumonia qual. I consider them tbe best pills ever sold, undxr & and onder f 17 00 117 50( :
Illder l guarantee at the "TltnVville writes B. r, Ayscue, of 10.1ld.l N. O.No' 2. Good service and good tracks. Flooring, Celling and Hiding: II grade 31 00 H &UW
CEl IrlDlt':5"\ b_'Pdtl.OO. Trial bottle free '
C rr -- barmacy.. 2S5c.qend i. ". 3. Working with Interstate Commerce Commissionfor -SeDd i for oar estimate on your compute bill.-.

i ALL FINDS OF JOB PBD TINO .,...- J Into ma.s t COat Xjxucnloox- Sxxpiply do.a .
and out of State.
rates
member the ADVOCATE: offlc. b* ADVOCATE:your Job Printing fair on'shlpments

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Free and Mrs. S. L. Dowen, of Wavne, W. Va., When Admiral Evans arrived at FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY
writes: "I was a sufferer from kidney
Masons.. disease, so tbat at times I could not get Magdalena bay he telegraphed Washington
Accepted out of bed, and when 1 did could not that tbe Pacific fleet was ready LLY.T Ar.O 1 LOCAL 75. IN
I- stand straight. I took Foley's Kidney to fight at a moment's notice He evidently rSMITIVPAC par /
Kemodr. One dollar bottle sod part of No. 99!
wired before the mall brought ,
I the second cured me entirely" Foley's Dully
Iitllan ) No (UO(
him that article
magatlne showing tbat -
Kidney Remedy works wonders where 110 pm : :
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Titunl1l", others are a total failure, lltusvlllePharmacy. his ships are loaded too heavily the 2tpm '
River 's Reeds / ; f 11 pm
I armor belt too low and tbe ammunition ere the bent k nown andMe .. _w. e 12 pra'jspm I I

Lodge Florida. Old Age Bllcrobes. liotH\s no good. Every maatrellableseMa pack,a e haa behind l grown.It the reputation 1010 m praII : : :::: ::::: : ; C: I :
Hold. Iti mmting' "* the wound and fourth ">!'. of a himae whoa hualuuM standards are the ID pm I
r, dayofe&eh month In the Miuonlo. Tempi, fl 1. It Is plalu tbat many people are hopIng highest the trade 1100 nt i '
tmvtlle,at Tiao o'cliH.k\ p. in. San Francisco finally settled with the ...." seed Anneal win be mailed mFK 1104:: am : : : ;: :
to attain a good old and tbat rmer'a .. .....
age ,
P.W RntxtrU, Wnrnhlpf, .Muter. an eqnnl, perhaps a greater number Japanese Injured In the riots of last .wa.. ,11! nuva.Yl apWh+ant'. Iteeoarwallrt' cnirtloiiaprlj: <<."ndd.r.rUon..Ia. 114 118* am am : : : : : :::: : : : :: :
: and
Omar A.Hiw.rl, Hftnlur Warden.HwrjrWlliK.il ixoa. TariMMt
Slay for the sum of f&50. From the env dMa.Tf ii. IM.m
or
lunl.ir Warden. prefer not to "lag superfluous on tbe.tage" I /leveFle DvaluabteMall. 600am
II. It Wll.oii, Tro..u..r.Jno. amount of war talk Indulged la on V D. M. PERRY CO., Detroit, M'oh' ON am : : : :: ; : :: '
H of life Professor Elle Metcbnlkoff -
Walkxr HwraUry.Krank ,
fUiim, .Manlur Iwiuwm.Tim. of the Pasteur Institute, In Paris, both sides of tbe Pacific one would' --- ---- tlOOO 786 em am : : ::: :: \: ::: : : : : i f ,i
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iManun.Uuw
J. Junior II
HKIIIII have thought tbat tbe damage done ill00 am < .
H.WaItonNenlorNt.ward. Is giving advice to those who seek to tnopm_ I
J. W rrarler. Junior tSteward. was at )least $450,000,000.This .
,t.: I>:Knnli, Tjrlnr.I live long lie believes\ In old age 'Dally. ept ,
f M.14. Raiiii. Cluiplain.VNDI4.V FOLEY'SKIDNEY
microbes and tbat Introduccd
says they are -- ----, ,

1 Into the system tbrougb tbe Leave ;
;
F' ItMKK CIIAPTKK !'KO.2T: Htomatb However It Is admitted that Cant

)UYALAILCIIIMANONIJ.1nI mkrolws whose, "products are verydungeroue ; PaUtkaNam( I L

Arch Mavens mar exist In qunntltle Inan CUREWILL S3nain ....,.
River' Chunlnr lUiyal '
:: the flint WecluMiUy:: fit melt: niunib at tin: 9n am ,..,.. ,
:M annnlo Temple.The organism and jet do no harm If II to sin .. : t: I: ::
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following are tlie, 0111,ere of thl*clmptoriM.H 1 the organism has the power of i twistIng CURE YOU 4 505 to pm I! t

.Ram, Kxrollont illicit 1'rlent. bacterial poUons." Tb trick TAR pm m ,,..... 1 '
J. K. Walker King
tt O.H.:it.E.1 mt'r:::: aorlbe.l- aeunr.| then for people who want to live tong of any case of Kidney or i

O. A.Biawart' Necratarq.l I* to arm their systems against l Itacterlal Bladder disease that is not Loav
T.:H:Sundern, ('cut.of ilo.t.I II' Pil.ika
W. K'tlmru. rrlnclpal mijmirner.V. poisons 1
the reach of medi-
A. Moriran, lUiyal A rah t'aj,tain.' Starting from another viewpoint, l>rZlegelrotb Y beyond 680 am .,..
:N.:Wailer Mauler>>f ThlrilV.f. AIA ,,. .,
m
I, .1. Hall, tinnier Kowmil v. of Itorlln says that tbe diui- cine. Take it at once. Do
v (J.) K.WMwart, M,inter of rirat V,
does not lie In the microbe
11''. A.Loale","Routine). gee pil- not risk having Bright's Disease r
mayfly but In the human system

which" Is prepared for their ravagesby i or Diabetes. There is (
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OltDKH OF KAKTKHN 8TAH. various excesses and Indiscretions. nothing gained by delay. 661
Friendship Chapter, No II,holila ltd I Tin I (
The doctor Insists
,. : meetingsti .: that the hardeningof
MaMinla l/oilin room, Tltiiivllle
Brat am,I third .limwU.is In each nmntb atKNp / the arteries which Js an, alarming SOc. and $1.00 Bottles. Ne ally. 5 I
m The following the unioera of the
"h Chapter symptom of aging Is due to 6verwork REFUSE SUftTITUTIf. IL Dun 'ex. I ri

Nice 7.In"' .Ht.wart, worthy Matron. Ing the heart, and the arteries. Tbe woman' Kara Lydia E.I For sale by Tltuavllle Pharmacy. a 40 pmS ,, .
II. It. Wilton, Worthy I'.uno I Pink Compoundsaved 24 pm 10
Mr. M. K, Kohblni, AuiKilHie Matron. hardening result not so much from her"l..J'lre. li her letter a its pm 10
I Mr*. K:. H. Wilnon, rM|''cied. BBoretarjr.Mri the kind of food eaten \but from the : 8 40 |m )
WALTON SELF LOCKING BLOCK
norths Kline,Trrwuiirnr 5Ira. T. a WilIwl8 of l\tanning\ ('
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Mrs Thefolluwlngolneerewere IMMNMIe: Adah. appointed IIIIla. Inordinate amount of cirtaln kinds and Jowa, writes .to Mrs.\ 1'uikhamj Patented In all countries. Only tackle 4rThea

Nude Teeter lluili. from the ovemtluiulatlon due to gen. I that Lydia E. Pink- block of the kind lu the world. Fitted tit.and

Mien Mm.: Hanwl Lena Mend"i, Martlu.Mn. (, Ether: eral habits of life ns well us habits of ham's Vegetable Compound saved my with the Waltbn-Vinton Roller or stated an is ant

M A, HorlmtM.ur. FleoU.ban. dicing When tfie heart and arteries life, and I cannot express: my gratitudeto Bearer. Useful In place where I 1.Ii
any ]
.
) II. Walton. War I.'r !
work too fast tbe arteries are strained you in words. For years I suffered
John K Walker HentlnxlUeo. hoisting II I done. With these blocks!
with the worst forms of female J.D. "
1It.1t<.ltlJllla, Cliaplaln.KNIUIITgbFI'YTIIIAS.IMtlAN. complaints
find Injured Tlieo (he whole\ systemIs
continually doctoring and one' man can do the work of two.
P ,_..
affected and tbe microbes" of disease
spending lots of money for medicine Thousands Bold in the north. Call
tw It IV Kit have tbelr chance to outfight/ the without help. I wrote you for advice, and see them In working order'at thUOffice ,

'4 k I.ODOK NO.' 101Most microbe of health Tbe Berlin man's followed it as < E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound<< and or, Supply a. I
advice Is to avoid high tension whether
it has restored me to perfect health atore, Jacksonville Fla. Iir
In work or pleasure, to do all things In Had it not been fur you I should have

I moderation and keep tbe circulation of been In my grave to-Jav. I wish every
the blood normal. In ibis may health suffering woman would try it." .........4'................

f can be preserved and although the FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN.For 2 i 1

system must get old, according to tbe : thirty years Lydia E. link.ham's .
every 4ml and 4th Monday etenlum In
a each niontt. at i o'clock arbitrary standard. It will remain active Vegetable Compound, made

e Chancellor ('SmiusnilerVI ... ,... .. ...R. M, llalley' and useful. Helpless old age Is from roots and herbs, has been the IF YOU RECEIVE A SAMPLE i /
.-ianoellur' ., .IL 4),
i1 relate ::.:::: ':', .. ..::...W. II title. generally deplorable Hut active old standard remedy for female ills ,
Matter at Ann.... . HeiK and ha positively cured thousands of cqpy OF THIS PAPTCKIT
Minter:: of Work, ,.::.'." : ::::::.Jnlin; ; "kAw :. age Is just as good as any other age
who have been troubled with
l Inner O."rd......., .. .......W, 'f. Matters If a simple life Is deatb to dangerous women IS TO-
OnterGnrd..r, .T.F.ItetloumrA 'displacements,inflammation ulocra-
Muter Exchequer..1).II.)71trltar1l; | : :::: :: : microbes every one has weapons of Hon (t4
fibroid
tumors irregularities LKT YOU KNOW THAT
1II.\8rotJl'ln.llo.. ....... ...Ooo.JirOl'keU ,
,
ik t Keeper of Iteoorui *Jtd Heal...... .U. A.I'II..wart defense at band. periodic pains, backache, that tear
WE WOULD LIKE YOU TOAtlantic
1 tandlsitnig Knight cordially Invited at. ing-down feeling,llatulencyIndiges-

Marble For Shakespeare.About tinndizzinessornervous prOtitraUoD11Y i BECOME A 8U SORIBER.
the time 1are celebrating '\ don't you try it ?
TIT1BVIILV: OAMP !' 141.i .
r 1 'iO. tbe centenary of the battle of New Or. :Mr*. IMnklmm Invites all sick

,, Is leans and tbe end of tbe last war with women to write her for advice 2 .

0 rLW Great Britain the English people will Him lies guided thousands! to i r i
health Address, L Bluss. i
be having tbe time of ,their lives per .........................

haps coramern.oratlug the tercentenary t .
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1 there they call the proposed memorial, o'U

14'11 d the nature and location of which are Coast Line R R.

IIIlI8U.n" flrtt and Hunt-. Monday In each unsettled, something to wipe" away tbe .
Temple.month I p. iu., sharp at the ,,Maaoulo reproach tbat the capital of the empire .

"rJOBI 8Iel no fitting monument of
Consul Commandeb..F.N." llltchnock EFFECTIVE JUNE I 1808.
AdvinerLieutenant... ......... ....P. W. Roberts the greatest literary genius who ever ,
Hanker. ....... ... .... ..(I. L, ManilavllleI 400 Mile State Family Ticket $11,25.O .
lerk .. ... ..'...............J, LUarrnthenEo.rt used tbe English tongue" Upon two )
... ..,.. .. .. ".. .....tleo. H.llrockettWaUthman the Is oi over the Atlantic Coait Line<< In State of Florida for the head or dependent .
points English public as one-
..... .. ..... ....I. O.Italianhentry
? ... ... ....,... .... ... lieu. W. Hanford there should bo a memorial and a million members of a Family. Limited to one year from date of lale. The
Manager.... ... ... .. II, Black
''' Mile
1 A. P.(Irii..iI:J.' Norton dollars Is not too much to pay 1000 Interchangeable Individual Tickets, 2000.

9 A11leltlngWoodm.nar.oordlallylntadto for IIIOf Good) over the Atlantic Coast Line and 80 other Lines ID the Soutbeaat, aggro
attend tlie meeting course there Is still a chance to gating; 30,00). Limited one tear from date of sale.. -
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make a fizzle of tbe memorial project 2000 Mlle Firm Ticket, $40.00. I
It It tint couio to pass tbat the principal .
la the of tbe world and of poster
eyes Good over the Atlantic Coast Line and 33! other Line In the Soutbeaafc. aggregating
function of the modern ambassador It)'. Milton declared tbat Shakespeare 30,1)00) miles, for a manager or head of firm and employee, limited to ( )

' Is to act u a social figurehead, didn't need "plled stones" as a witness live, but pond for only one of such persons. at a time.( Limited to one year

'a congress should make his emoluments of bis name since his genius bad built from date of aale. Southbound Northbound?, I

I, + fit the duties he has to perform. If, on for himself a tomb for which kings I 15 Cents

4t, i ?I K the Bother hand, the mlaslou\, to the might wish to, die. So It Is an old Bared In paaaage fares 1 by purchasing local tickets from our agent

great powers of Europe are still to be problem this one of bow to do honorto All Interchangeable mileage ticket of Atlantic Coast LlneUaue sold prior to

regarded as diplomatic and not as a genius whose brow Is already be. June lit will be good on these lines in tbe tate of Florida June lit and thereafter :

mere social agents employed to keep laureled with the clouds Q(. heaven. Above books are on sale, \ at all Coupon Agencies Stopping ( )

a princes and courtiers la,, good humor, Among tbe projects discussed for a For further Information, ball on nearest Coast Linn Agent, or calico or write to "

then tbe I i United States ought to make "worlds tribute" are a mammoth pile FRANK: O. BOYLSTON, or A. W. FRI1OT, 1

t, a Its policy plain by the character of Its of stone In some public park, a chain Traveling PaaaeDgcr Agent. District. Taaaengor Agent, Is appointed| m. to

1 appointments. of "Shakespeare homes" tor'womea I ATLANTIC COAST LINE, %- JACKSONVILLE:, FLORIDA Houth Hound \
and various charitable or utilitarian lust Koad down.
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Castro refuse to pay what lie owes, to shall consist of lending them lAmve Leave i 1 00 M p.a.p. ::: ::;;::;:: :: : ::::::::: .: : ::::: :::; :::: :::::: :::: J i

arbitrate or to apologize the United Shakespeare's name and maintaining Leave ) {
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States or some other power will assimilate them out of funds chipped la \by Shake Due ue: 11 80 a: : ::::::::: ::::::: :::::: : ::::::::: ::: ::::::::::: :

Castro and bis whole outfit speare's admirers The event ,to be "NT Young Sister"writes !'
' t without regard to "benevolent"color
. any celebrated lajclght years ahead of us,

In the transaction and meanwhile the agitation will reoTin C.P.LOVELL, '
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popular Interest In the works of I Mrs. Mary Hudson, of Eastman, Miss.\ "tooK I
' Oue doctor that "Ural feelfng"
4 says Shakespeare and perhaps do more In
advice which tale
to Cardui. She was :
was
my ,
so Is He ,
Ik tI many |people get hereditary tbe way of enlightening the world as
I probably noticed that some young women to bin real greatness than any memorial staying with mq and was in terrible misery, but Car. --

A. get It by merely watching their of stone tbat can possibly be dui helped her at once.

mother do the boueewerk.A I erected. I -
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Ilr arranging to buy houses for dip '
The educator who opposes women
w' lomatlc representatives this country teachers because they tend to "femi

t I will enable Europe to sell us real estate nize" the boys banks on the theory TAKE CARD UI I,

as well as art treasures.. that woman Is constitutionally against ill'O

I war In any form Evidently he never Largest

The Prince de Sagnu's attentions will dropped In on a society of Daughter

,,' be regarded as stoning tbat Count of the devolution when a business J30

; Itonl did not succeed In getting all the meeting or an election was In full It'' Will Help You ;

: cash that Anna. Gould could collect. blast i i or the l I

\ "Last spring," Mrs. Hudson continues, "I was | service and O, !
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H' Tbat farmer v.U6 eot a a automobile Japanese rndlcsjs complain that 40
I in n rack of pain. The doctor did no I
good so beganto
to wood cent of national ,
l U; cawing needn't keep an eye per tbe revenues are ; :: !:
peeled for tbe police whenever be spent for warlike purpose Half our take Cardui. The first dose helped me. Now 11 ( '

t wants to eicped the upeetl limit national Income Is so upent now. In am in better health thanjn three years."

Could'g-A'a' was all our history four-fifths of It has eeno Every girl and woman needs Cardui, to cure ::! i
Anna a count spent
falling feelings headache backache and
I No. 2 Is to t.e a prince. Perhaps tbe irregularity, ,

:. next move ttlll, be a Jump for the king A play 2,000 years old Is having V similar female troubles. Cardui is safe, reliable,

,, low run la Paris. Playwright whose work | scientific. Try Cardui. Through "

has been shelved this season may take AT ALL DRUG STORESJWLk1L tractions ;
'k A duke has been sued by a tailor. heart Perhaps their genius 1* being A. W. PYE, !

't Marrying an heiress has Its dlscom- reserved for a fortieth century de-I -' |? .

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\\Y GOTCH THE WRESTLER. BAN ON MERRY WIDOWS. The Oldwl KUatillihxl Grain and Bawl IfonM In the But.

h Travelers Hotel! ,
lie New JACKSONVILLE, **. How the World's Champion Took Up Not ties Play Nor Women, Just the pDIm

19Qtg/ -On the American and, European Plan- Wrestling; as, a Profession View! Obstructing Hal. "V\rXO" A.. Eouro Sc Oo.

Under new ma..agemenL: Newly furnished and renovated. A pleaeasttDdlnpenAll Just how Frank Gotch of Ilumboldt. "The merry widow bat must go or
I" : American Plan, U.OO( :!. Oi; European BOcta Is. mho recently woo through defaultthe our congregation will be broken up"
torts the GRAIN HAY AND GARDEN SEEDS
oars Union /Station slop at door. wrestling championship of the la the statement recently made by a r

H. W. HANCOCK, Proprietor. world from George llackenscbmldt Muskogee (Okla.>)> minister who had a
m few dozen of the new hats in hU con Flour Grits Meal and Fertilizers
located Riverside
Hotel "Russian
,r ns beautifully at Green Cove Springs, Is under the Lion, came to take up wrestling ,
'I same management.fhe cremation on a recent Sunday "Witha M1
lo a professional way Is told as r
,m few merry widows on the front seat PTI, 80(1 KastBay Street JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
m follows In his own language
what'i the UM of any one else coming
.m m JACKSONVILLE "I butted by mere (chance so to spvak. In? They cannot nee the minister aDd Catalogue Free Warehouses on tracks of 8.y\. L. R',. and A. C. L. Ry M
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.I I Everett Hotel Into the business and tbe occasion of be cannot IN them. Besides, with tbe .-.- ----
III FLOniDA. my debut was noythlujf but auspicious.: merry widows only one person CAn all
IIIIII e It took place about eight year ago In where tbree used to sit It I I. difficult

.m m the little town of Livermore, la, where. enough to keep the congregations up to McMu ray & Baker
- Florida's-Largest European Hotel tbe Modern Woodmen were holding a the standard In the summer time under -
only picnic. There were all sorts of athletic ordinary circumstances, !but what'
----- games, and one of the men entered the use to try with the Dew canopies 4O1-11 Kust III'Y Street, '- .Jncksoiulllc, Florida

Private Bathe Sample Rooms. Long DUUnce Phones In Every HOOK. against me la tbe shot put and other worn?"
rtly.4a. ,. -The Bent of 8er\'lce- similar events was a well built Chap It Is understood that the Ministers' -Makers and Jobbers of- ,

.tea whom the crowd only knew as Dan; alliance will take tbe matter up and
tm> OEO.: U. MASON, Manager Nobody knew just here be hailed try to get concerted action to persuade Vehicles Harness Carriage and Wagon Material

,1&11'IU from. the,women of their congregations to go ,
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opeIpm AYTONA UI:.\CII. tie hud the repiifttlon o'f being a bareheaded to church on Easter Sunday .

'')pmntv> fast runner, but I managed to put It or else not wear merry widows. SnddleryKubl' Tire.
" -. Seaside all over him, although 1 was not more They fear that the male contingent of
Inn DAYTONA First-Class Repairing and Painting Etc. Etc.
BEACH
to FLORIDA
6 than a kid at the time. I !beat him In tbe congregation which In usually out
the fifty yard run and was also victorious In full numbers on Easter twill TOW
, OII.th Good Fishing and Surf lUthlng. Rates: f2.1\0) pen day and up. at throwing the hammer. The a TOW never to go again If the mem-

Also furnhbed'cottages for rent for housekeeping. defeats made Dan a bit angry, and be hers got hedged la with a merry wld
she am proposed all sort of things to get oven. ow bat on each tide and one In front l FREE

nonCE F. STEWART One was a wrestling match. of him.V. .. .
vat, Owner / Although -- - I I II
Doll _. I did not know the first thing about \ K. Ward of Tenn ::- 6 ,
Djersburfr
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w the game, 1 consented more because I wilte: ."'1'hl. I. to certify ihatl have IIANOJOMF
'op) SBADIUmZI. was young ambitious and prided myself used .'ol<)'. Orlno Laisttve for chruulo I DINING-ROOM j
IL oil toy strength than anything elate consttptulunand I It haspioven %|ilu>ut CHAIRS : '
"Some one furnished me with a pair donut to be a thorough piaoilcsl. remedy ._ .
1 illy of old trunks and when I asked Dan fur Ibis trouble, .n.II't In with pleasure --- \
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,Ponq he Breakers.SEAHRKEZE, FLORIDA whore we would wrestle he said rath.rII1'rlnIy I offer my ClObACIl'otloIlIIOletonee." FULL t
TIHMvllle I Pharmacy Fvety char, wt ...111. "made in our own 'factory end ...1.1 I'| the WMOI.OAI prut v
piq Sea. 'Right In tbe middle of the tope
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a, street In the heart of the town uiy Cav* 1 It (In FulL 1' =? FLORIDA CIIAIR fACTORY: aI":rn.r..a14ea "

1 lad.' And ho said It loud enough so An old Scottish minister I Rmk It Into ." .,.ww... jMkMavtlta.rtorM X\S\ :S' s/eMabq, J .
Rates >1.00 per day and up. Special<< by Week or Season. that many of my friends aud admirers his head to marry his honsekeepe'r' | j- -- < m
a.u should hear It. Ills precentor lielug 111 on the day \'
"I protested that wrestling ou the
deb when the banns were to lx proclaimed
C I. M. MABBKTTE, Manager.TITUSVILLK. street on tho stones was not the kind the minister, not caring to mike the
of a match I had expected to engage! Intimation himself, arranged villa tile THEY FERTILIZERS'GROW
.. In. I ARMOUR
ball bolt Duo would
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herd boy to do It "Now. lie. sell,
RID hear of .
not It.ot'It.s
., "you Just rill!! out In It loud "011'1'. 'Proc
got to lie lu the middle of the lamation marriage hf'tw1thl! Itev.
street or nowbero' all.' he replied Mr. Murriiy! of tliU. \imrlHb and Jenn
[he 'Von' baie x>aten nio fairly and squarely Lowe o' the snsate I' I 110. ha!I" I ImiulnM are made from highest quality
Sterling TITUSVII.LE, FLORIDA. I at running and throwing tbe hammer the minister an he concluded.VhaM
and a few other things, and. 1 animal which
hue thocht It! The Sabbath came products are ovorywhoro -/
would like to get even. Come, now, round and tho congregation assembled.When .
be a man and accept You are strong the moment arrived the lad who known to be the best
and hearty and ought not to kirk tout
IIn,1July prepared himself rose and
;-. the"My stones friends so long cheel'l"\1l11e as I nui when sutlsflod.I yielded called out: "Proclamation of nmrrlago BIG forms of plant food. Use them
between the Hov. )(r. Murray of this
but I was shivering In lilY akin,
parish and Jean Lowe o' the samelHa. '
thinking tlmt.tlio first time he should ha!I" lie laughed, thinking this to t lx and your crops will grow better -
upset) won I would bleak my skull a port of tbe proctntnntlon'hn'd

against the hard pavement. But I was line thocht it?" Tho effect on the min. and your pockotbook grow
111 for It and had to make the best of I CROPS

Y<: r a It. Well we went at It, anti went nt It hungT11 fatter than ever before.MANUFACTURED .
, good. Ilend spins and all( sorts of

r Mrr v things that you !see In a big hall on a I Modesty or Women
nice 'velvety mot were Indulged) and ,
the! crowd nearly wput wild with ex1cltcment. .laturally makes them shrink from the IN
Just Imagine what shape j Indelicate questions, tho obnoxious ex-
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\\ '44iS m ?a we' ,' 4ili4eK'! ''({ we were lu when |ihlJ! bout ended, andIt meat amlnatlons, which, and some unpleasant physicians, local consider treat Ta/c1Lcoxi: ri11o, .1- Fla.
r e lasted met one hour and forty-five 1 eiuwntlaj In tbo treatment of diseases/ of '
t t'vi ) t I minutes. I Wilt thrown nnd thrown ) women Yet, If help can bo had I It Is .
it good. My back shins and face were totter to submit to this ordeal than let
mtv..ee scratched mid brul*e.I. and there were the dlsoano grow and spread. Tho troubles .1
several bumps ou the back of my head li that no often the woman undergoes all Williams' Mammoth Mail Order House. t .1I

Conveniently located close to F. E. C. Ry. depot, e where I came lu contact with the hard tile announce and shame for nothing. I
tR ThonsandVVj who hive been
women
In tbe famous INDIAN RIVER CHANGE SECTION. pavement." And Dau was used up cured UvDr. rierce'i Favorlto Proscrlptlon 211 West nil SU -1'. O. lion OlJACK80SVJr.J.E, FLA.
This house Is practically new, having !been entirely rebuilt, nearly as much as myself and bleeding wrluv InijHjreclatlon of the euro I '
many more rooms added piazzas erected, and all modern conven
from the diijWnfcvVMi
lances nose which the examinations .7. J. WILLIAMH Proprietor C
Installed and bas been
'"After the bout he took uie by the and local i.fMUMnCt'aThi're. Is no other
! COMPLETELY RE-FURNISHED hand and shook It warmly, 'You're mrdlclne' 'ri 'IIrl' .snit sofa fr ililii'.aniwotrKTi .
Accommodations for twenty Rates: $2.60 a day and up*. the: gamest kid I have ever met, and a't"' sv"riln Prescription.' H CASE OOODH-EXPRESS! PAID. BPECIALOFFKH.! .
Special weekly and monthly rates. a ain't a bad wrestler. Hut,' he con- cures U II Jilil I 1\ting urklns, lrr<'|I uUrlly and
P. O. WALTON, 'k>ropr.SANFOHU you female weakness. It always helps. It DESOTO RYE. Idlebrook Whiskey' drums-Distillery
JnueU- smilingly, ,'ou ain't In my almost always cures. It Is strictly nonalcoholic 4 Full Quarts . . . . a nin lJoull nl(. Express. Collect.
' -- class\ We were both very much to secret all Its 100) ) Pints In . . .
non Ingredients IS' . . . '7 drum, f.tJ:: 00
the: bad so I could not muster up being printed on Us bottle-wrappert contains U" . L..UOO 73 :. Half t'ln"'ln drum . . 8J: 00
enough bad blood to get a temper Bo no deleterious or habitformingdrugs U" /t i freight;'paid : : : : '. J.j fo) ,'Hol(| only by drum Will not break drum
I I let the sally go by the board. I told and every native medicinal'root OLI HOMEHTEAD CORN WHISKEY
asked him who he entering Into IU composition has the full WILLIAMS NO. 10 RYE. .
him and
SANFORD, was my lIe name said Tome and see me off endorsement of those most eminent In the 4 FulfQuarts. ,' . . 172(1 I IU J l /tllon jug >presa paid ,1260
ills! tie Sanford House several schools of modlcal practice. Home . .
and I will tell you who I am. I accompanied :: ? 4 60 CORN WIIISKKY-Eipresa, Collect.
FLORIDA. of these numerous and strongest pro'fessioul 1J . . . . wo it)
him to the train, and Just as endorsements Its Ingredients, Rocky Fork, par bottle $100
the cars pulled out.be banded me a will be found In a, pamphlet, wrapped I OLD IJALIFAXLYE. Rocky Fork, per ease. :, : : : : : : : : : : :10 00

Do> card which read, 'Don McLeod champion around tbo bottle,also In a booklet mailed 4 Full Quart. . . .'" .I420 N. C. White and jug. . . .$1 05
too' Under tbe management of catcb-aa-catch-can. wrestler of the free on request, by Dr. II. V. Fierce, of (1\I Of .. . . . . 0 (M) N. (. White, better . . . 'JIN I ( )
world.' Buffalo, N. Y. These professional en 12 .. . . . . U: (00 I N, (3. Whit., line . . . !4 l 60SUNNYSOU'flt
HARRY I'. DRIVER, dor'llml'ntaJhould bave far more weight Laura Valley Corn, . .,. . 8 00
this Information
dumfounded
"I won over RYE.
than any amount of the ordinary lay, or .
late aitslrtant manager of San Juan Hottl, Orlando, Florida. and, despite( my pains and non-profesiiUmal testimonials. 4 Full Quarts . . . .* :3 7.1: nYE WHISKEY-Eiprsss Collect
aches, gathered myself together amt The most Intelligent women now-a days 1\ It \. . . 4io( Per O.lIoa
l felt rather Important Champion, Indeed (natal on knowing what they take as medicine U" to .\ . . . 000( Copper Distilled and Jug. . ,$1 Mall
I thought I muted an hour and Instead" of opening their mouths Ilk. 1'lnts . ,. . .. . 12 00) Queen City. . . ... . U I (00(
forty-five mluutes on bare clones wltb a lot of young birds and gulping down YELLOW8TONB IIOURBOS''Iuon/ HlIIltb . . .. ". ", . :. I)
', whatever I Is offered' them. "Pavorlta Pro JC AI.I. . ,300
DUCK ,
tl' SHOOTING, FISHING, him, and I might be able tq !beat him aert ptlon' U Of KKOWII COMPOSITION. It bottle I . . . . . ?. 114)/ !Hurdle Kye.8.eoial' '. '. .. '.'. '. '. ', '. 4 OO
.ono MOTOR and FISUING BOATS at all times. on rt nice I mat.become So I wrestler reflected myself Whybouldn't ? makes weak women strong and sick Case . . ;:. . . . U: 00 Overboil. . ?. 4 00 ,
women well.Irr. \
OLI JiOONB-Ei UIJllect.Itleb .. 4 OO)
sb.'Us RATES; .1.00: and up. Special weekly and onthl.11ICNIEItSONVIILLI ,. And I did, and I bare been at It ever 1'lerce's Medical) Adviser Is senlrMon Bottled l I In bond by the press U. H. Oo"'m't Planter . . .IttO J(
since that .time." mailing receipt t only of stamps Hend to to Dr.pay K.eujM-nim V, 1'lerce::: o(, 1 Full Quart . .9 1 3" Old l lJoole. fi .

nptai Buffalo" N.,V., SI one-cent stamps for patiercovered IJ" ,. . u: t0( Williams I'rlvateSeal, . .000 '
Th. Depth of Beauty. ,or 31 sump! for clothbound.If = :
- : N. C. Th. ,skin of the lilppopotatnus( la sail( sick consult the IXictor, free of chargeby SEND US A TRIAL ORDERIIE -' I IP.
letter. All such communication are
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vlll This Is ODe of the held sacredly confidential.In. ... __ ._ .__ ___.._..___ .. .. .
cases where beauty Pierre Pleasant ,,,* Invigorate
Spend a Part of Your Summer's VacationTIE sn't skin dl'f'p.-Boston (;lobe. and regulate ,stomach 'Aver and bowels : ADVOCATE JOn PRINTING OFMOK DOE.-. I'-UTO-DATE WORK

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BLUE RIISOE'MOUNTAINr4'' ov WESTERN NOUTH CAROLINA, v

''fin pure spring water' breathe Ood's pure alt, where. the nights are J3L"t.Te. :: eJeso, the moor: oT3KQT : Q"\Lali.ty-

salt ool.
TOIIJC: FOR THE DICK .
n.\TEg bas 140 elegantly furdlslied rooms, electric lighted, Otis etarator \ r

broad verandabs, ball! room and orchestra that 1 Is considered BLUE; RIBBON REEK!: : CINCINNATI PILBNERbEFI, (: 4 quarts Sunny Brook . . $:\ 00 FINE BLENDED WHISKIES.

the finest to the State, Cui.lne sod service the beats and at prices 2 dozen. . . . $3 (K) J down, . . . . .12 011 13 .. .. '' . 13 (K) Paul Jones, 4 quarts, . .''. U 00
within the reach of all. Writ and tell at what you want, .. we 6 dozen . . . fl 00 diWen, . . . 4 00 Bottled In Bond, Lewis 00, 4 quarts . . . 500
10 dozeo, . . ... . DUO 10 docen 9 00 4' quarts JI ell wood . . 4MI .
give all correspondence our personal attention. Address % '' '' '' '' s 12 a .. .. J 00 Harper, 4 quart*. . . . & 00

WM, HEWITT, 'Manager;: Hotel Gates, I1EXDKR.SONVILLE.: N.!. F, O. D. iat-ksonrllle, Fla., Bottled at the. Brewery.. Bottled In Bond.: : Cascade Tennessee, 4 quarts ? & 00
..d. ..;- It 4 quarts Ouckenhelmer.la . li 00 Blum's Monogram 4 te, blend or
We are also agents for the celebrated PAB8T MEADE the temperance 'It . 1:1: 73 'b4ttl d lo bond

tt S NEW YOICK.Marlborough :. drink of the season. Alcoholic strength 11$ per coed Bold onl% in barrels 10. Government Bottling. 4 quarts. . . . . 4 20

I ter'rid g.. : : : : : 12 quarts Monogram . . . li 00 i a

A stock of Imported domcsllo Also Bottled la Bond Blum's flylvan Glen, 4 quarts 3 20 '
I complete and ,101-'' Floe Clarets from $1 1 00 '
otel 4 Fives Hermltain, . :. 6 ()q() Blum's Sylvan lies, 6 quarts 4 60
\ to tI. per -
OM Oofids and Bottled In hood Blum's Sylvan men, S quarts, . A 4O
', Pure North Carolina White Corn 8 00 Blum's Sylvan Oleo, 1 j quarts. 9 00
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BULK WHISKIES 12x4: i to $0.00 PER BALLON.BMFsV Black and Blue Corn, 4 'qaarts ::1 (II) Sheridan ( tub, 4 quart. . 2 75riherldan
.Broadway, 30th and 37thStreets New'lvrk. e } Harvest Corn, 4 quarts. 3 CO Club fl quarts . $1 <00
MM1ceL The following have express charges added; tofpyce of goo< .. Laurel Valley Corn, 4 quarts 3 60 Sheridan Club, 11 qaarts . 8 OOLong
:apletely Renovated! and transformed In every department. '

:hl ies'er1' ocated hotel on Br'oad",{,. ELECTRIC LIGHTS tad TELEPHONE 321 Send for our Price; ist t-- Distance Telephone 18S EE

; room in th.bouse. .

l'KOPKAN; PLAN 400 Room.., 200 bath rooms. Rates: 1.60 And up '

lag 'ad*V 'coot' b4h $:and upward with bath. Parlor, bedroom and bath 13 CHARLES BLUM & CO *

toeD "I art!. Parlor, two bedrooms and bath and upward. Ija.c1oon t

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r / E. M. TIER 'ET, Manager. v1J.lo., .517-519 W. Bay St. Florida. ;



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WRIT FOR C GIFT-GIVING GOODS John R. Walker &
*,, ILLUeiT1tATINGATALOGUE wedding at tie! Fresbyterla AMttor E
church Oakland Fla. on.Tuesdsy evenIng -
Dear blr-Every thinking man In the .
Diamonds T- Clocks, :C June -Kb, of Miss Wells! Michael, United States roust hav,.- noticed the ,)
Cut Glass
Watches, + .4 youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stephen between tbs DEI'AIITMEST ,
difference T
M Rings, Pins, Silver Tea bets1 extraordinary STORE
>+ Brooch es. s/ SllverFlatware : K. Michael, to Rer. Joseph Wade movement to nominate Bryan at Denver
Fobs Chain Toilet Article HHandPainted Cockling, of Louisville, Ky., was tb. fort
and the efforts that are being put CARRIES A. FULL LINE OFClotla.Iira.gv
Lockets, China, J* handsomest seen at Oakland In many In the Interest of Tart, Fairbanks and

Crosses Charmti, tl .h 1847Kogers' ] years. The bride was attended by her the other Republican candidates The

Buckles, Plated ware j sister, Miss Almeda Michael, with Cbas.M. forces behind Mr. Bryan are popular : : :Cry: : Goods

Bracelets and v 1 Ark I Bell H.rkl.Mo* Conkllng:, brother of the groom, act. and spontaneous lie has no organization ,

all kinds of Price SM.SOHIllus. 44UIW Ing.* best man The beautiful and Impressive no machine working for him. The Notions, Millinery, Shoe. GrntV Furnishings, Etc. We represent 1.h

fine Jewelry _. ,r i size, j jJKWKLKim ceremony was conducted .I*- people want him, and they Intend to largest and beat Tailor-Made Clothing house in America, IF"lr:1

Rev. J. F. McKlnnon, of Sanford The nominate him; and they purpose to

church was handsomely scheme dedicated tort elect him. : : ::).i.t"\lre: .,
OQcaslon, the color being pick State after State has Instructed Its ,
aiLVKKAMlTHM. T and white. The bridal stood uo
JACKSONVILLE party delegates to rote for him at Denver, because House and Qfflce Furniture of all Kinds and Description.
FLA.Satisfactory "
:
41 West Bay St. der an arch made of asparagus fern and :
he Is and
the unquestioned
1 1 certain
Guaranteed. We Prepay all Forwarding Charges.
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pink and white roses. The muslcil part choice of tbe men who have faith In him. '

f. ********************** ********************* 01 the service was ably presided over by II I They know that be stands for their in : Iardware: : .,

------..-..- -. -... .. _. --.-- -----..- -- Miss Eva Baker, of Stetson University, Interests as against all predatory com
DeLand. Miss Lena Conkllng, sister of A Full Line of Heavy and Shelf Hardware, Ship Chandlery, Hunters SuPp1l1ll
HOW COCOA WON THE GAME bloallons and p,,u>ons, whether they be '
Promise Me Everything needed by the Fisherman.Grocerlos .
Robbins & Graham Go: the groom, sang 0, Jus common robbers and thieves, pirates and
before the arrival of the bridal party
There's Joy< now In Cocoa, the people are brigands, commercial mercenaries, monopolies
The church crowded with Invitee
(Incorporated.) was
singing loud, and trusts, or those wbo found ,
PAID'UP CAPITAL fZ; ,OOO.OO The old and young are happy and unite guests front Oakland, Orlando and neleb libraries endow colleges, eltabU.h-laero

This company owns In feeling proud; wring towns. Among those attendIngfrom funds or make other donations of Illlcl A'' Full And Complete Stock of Staple and Fancy Groceries,
distance Mr. and hire R. A.
a were
S Their aim In life has reached IU goal by a money to propitiate public opinion.Mr. .
L1AN'7: : victory lately won- Conkllng, father and mother of the Bryan's nomination will come to .
of Tlllnoao, Fla if r, and Mrs bend order and have all your needs filled at once. A trial
n the Indian mel Country; On the St. Their baseball club flies a pennant flag groom ; him freely and without price and be your will cot
Walter Kltcblng uncle and aunt oi the vlnoe of the saving both In and trouble made ordering
great ,
{ you money by
Lnola River; at New River and on Bay and the season just begun. will enter the Whlto House without fet ii:
; bride of Stuart, Fla. your merchandise from THE DEPARTMENT STORE.
Tbs East Coast towns all take pride ters. ,
great
Biscayne Prices to suit the times dress of
In sport of every kind. The bride's was cream crepe But bow Is It witk...the Republican
Send for Land List. But baseball playing takes the lead, and 'ie chene over taffeta, made princess, candidates They all have their bureaus NNNNNN.NNNNN.NN.NNN....4..NNN//N

Offices at Tltusvllle and Miami. Fla. each boasts the fastest nine; trimmed In duchess lace. The bride their managers, organizations and i H. O. & ,OeD6rai Manager Da. B. R. BLAKCWOOD ReftlitereTITDSYILLE Drulfrttl.
wore tulle veil and carried large bou
This has to be decided In games best machines. Immense. sums of money
Market two In three quet of bride's roses and 1 lilies, of Ib* bave been spent by them or by the Intereated .
r East Coast Meat valley. The maid of honor wore cream lotrre.tl' i
r Before the pennant fig Is. raised that -Interesting back of PHARMACY
moussellns/trlrnmed In fllles lace with
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the
they victors be. them. Wherever possible candidates
a. F. DUItEN, Agent.a Being nelghbor\towos the rivalry was satin folds, and carried a bouquet of have made use of services. of Fed ,
blush and best I
The
rosos. groom: man
-.. warm, and Is so still, the conventional\ blaok. eral officials whose time Is paid for by (Successors to the Red Cross Pharmacy.)
wore <
c 0t Between the bamlet of Cocoa and tbe the people and belongs to them. HavIng .

N -. city of Tltusvllle Immediately following the ceremony .a the President with. him, Taft has TIT.USVILLfe
; ;' reception was given at the home of therlde's had the from office holders -
+ And summer they struggle bardaQd greatest help i
every .
Pw Mr and Mrs 8. K. Mlcbael
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parents
a.\ leave no stone unturnedTo ; but Fairbanks, Foraker, Cannon ,e --A Complete Stock of_

= 1 1b 1r :; conquer to honors every earned foe thsy meet and add Beautiful, where arrangement the decorations'of Japanese were Ian-a, from and Knot that source have ,not been without, aid I PURE 'DRUGS AND DRUGGISTS FLORIDAE-

terns; and water lllilos. The presents to I
The fad for bl\l1la all the go and but little )fro Fairbanks has been'bulldlnz up
the bride were numerous, eleganfand
else Is seen Ills presidential organization for years, jC"Prescriptions Filled with the
valuable. The happy couple,left Tours- and Taft with". !
eo During leisure hours, holidays and workdays oosevelt's assistance,
Utmost Care and \ i
day for points of Interest en route to constructed -
has
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: d In between\, j a big machine. All of
their future home In Loularllle X .
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TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. And the man or boy who can't play ball the Republican pandidates have no support I WE WANT TOUR TRADE. GIVE US A TRIAL ORDER. i
from the
had better stay away, CHURCH l people except that which .

for be'. tied to a ,stake and batted at NOTICES. they have been able to manufacture NNNNNN.N.NN.NN.N..N.NNNN.N.NN....

until be I. glad to play. There I. not any appreciable, popular

But the game which won the honors and BAPTIST CHCBCH.He demand for the nomination of any Qnd

put Tltusvllle on the rack of them. Not one of them represents
*.. Wm. Stones will preach at: Indlaoola Titusville Lumber Co
ri i Was a deciding 'One between the towns 10.30 the sentiment of the country-not one )
on Sunday next at a. m.,
of them can be trusted to out the
and the playing was not slack carry
and Tltusvllle
at 7:30: f. m.
But clubs had picked their nines with policies that the great majority of tbe

care,,'the game went earnestly on KI'IRCOPAI CHUIIClf., American people are Insisting upon ARE NOW SELLING

for quite a while, and the scoreboard Dean Robottom will offiolatelD St. Ga and want to vote for, and not one of

showed Tltusrllle four to one, briel's church, Titusville, on Sunday them could If nominated and eleqted -

, MN Our boys were feeling confidant. each morning at 11 o'clock, and In St. Mark's enter the White House free to do the LUMBERAT

face beamed with a smile, church Cocoa, on Sunday evening/ will of the people. :

The rooters to the. grandstand cheered 7:30. The public Is oQrdla,1I11I1ttte Tbe difference Is great; It is over.

the noise was beard a mile, whelming.
METHODIST CHt'llCII., THE FOLLOWING PRICES
The people will nominate Bryan
But just at Ibis critical moment-Cocoa

al the bat The pastor will preach In Tltusvllle Money, machines and the "Interests' framing, dressed four ,idea? .,.. . . , .. .: .... 'U 0

Three men on the bases and another one Sunday at 11 a. m, and 7:30: f>. no, and at will name the Republican candidate re- B. Flooring, Cellingand{ Siding t . . .. . . ,, 200

I at the slat- 111m. at 4 p. m. Come again, you are regardless of the feelings of the bones No. I, Common Flooring, Celling and Siding. . .. .: . .4 1301['

A bunt was made which( rolled to short reloome. and well-mesning Republican rank and No. 2, Common Flooring, Ceiling and .biding . . . 10 (IX''

who threw It high to third, n.,. W.V.. McCord will conduct file. LANCELOT: ., Door and Window Casing and Finishing Material), dressed four sides, 20 0'''

\ And It was hid among the crowd, which ervlces lu Georgiana Methodist church Sheathing, dressed one side . . . .\ . . 10 (W
I You will not make a mistake b1 tl'1. commotion stirred neat Sunda at 3:30. K. OF P. EL- OFFICERS., TITUSVILLE
some afternoon
log the above brand of Whlske;-It laI F.O.' B. CARS FLA.- PROMPT SHIPMENT.
"'I I the grandest for the money. four runs got borne before 'twa. found Ihs launch "Mystlo" took from Mel ru' T -
At a regular meeting of Indian Rive
and what made fun for all
HANNE BROS. bourne, Gallle, Georgtana and other D. H. SPELL. Pnarmaciit!
'f \ Lodge No. 103 of heldon DR. J. C. SPELL Reglired
r't A woman In a buggy was sitting on tbe Knights Pythlss,
Jacksonville ''i F)or I da. points, a large load of passengers- to City
the
offl
' ball. Monday evening, following
' Complete Price List for tie Avking.r Polot. last Sunday, ,for the Quarterly :Banner Store.
: Bert Johnson was the umpire and be meeting. The City Point folks the cers were elected for tbe ensuing year: Drug
I gave
. : laughed until he cried, '. Chancellor Commander, II, G. Utley.
, Oftyodd'visitors a cordial welcome
TirUSVlLLE
FLORIDA
Our boys yelled foul and dead ball before Vice-chancellor, O. L. Mandarin!
morning and afternoon services and
r he could decide, sumptuous basket dinner on tbBjtr."nd.a Prelate, W. H. If all. Toilet Articles perfumery, Stationery, Etc.

I His breath bad almost left him but as Two excellent .sermons by District ttuerlntendent Master of Work,J. R. Walker

a soon as he did catch It, Ilev. II. G. Porter, and the Master at Arm., T. A. Coleman. SODA WATERS and ICP CREAM
"Let Cocoa have the game," he said, "I Cord's Supper administered by Rev. II Inner Guard T.F.: DeCouroy. ,
didn't see her touoh Itl"! Outer Guard, D. B. Clark. II
G. Porter and Dr. hawk, the pastor, r

made a day of religious feasting. The PURE FRESH DRUGS.
TRA E MARK A TRIP TO THE EACH. I .
! weather and sea were perfect, and all Rockledge.
HIRS1IBKIUJ IIOLL&NDEK & GO'S Mall orders promptly filled. Will order anything we hare not In Stock <
cheerful tine of fel1
Mr. Leon Wilson took a party to the enjoyed a quiet, w.
STAINS J. I. Swtnson
Stag brand VARNISH WOOD shin and communion The privilege of went to Tltusvllle lion
Quick Drying, Elastic and Lasting. ocean. beach at Chester Shoals on dun day, on buslneas.

. ,' Coloring to represent any natural wood, day. The weather was delightful, and looking fellow-workers 'In' tbe face from We have have had a .number of fine E. L. : R.A. Y 65 .B3E3O.,
1 and Varnishing at same ap/lloatlon. everyone bad a pleasant time. whom we are separate:j In the work, Is rain ahowera tbe past week.
J Can not by excelled. one of encouragement and usefulness / DEALERS IN-
J ONE GALLON MAKES TWO. Capt. Ramsey and wife were vUttlng. GROCERIES GRAIN PRODUCn! t
AND HAYAND ALL FOOD
For sale by RONALD &.FI8KE, WHAT THE KIDNEYS, DO n. A. Ramsey on Monday. !
I Cocoa, Fla.t" _MOTOR BOAT RACES. J. S. Coats. was at 8t Luole last week, We handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agents for MAPES!: FERTILIZE" II
looking over his ploeapple crop We deal exclusively in the above line of goods and solicit the trade of all cow :
1 ers. Write ns for prices on Grain and IU Groceries, delivered at station.E. t
your
KIBLINGERAutomobile Their licensing Work Keeps U. The following races for roQtor" boats Capt Ueo. Gtngras is constructing L. BRADY BRO. + TITUSVILLE FLA.
large breakwater around his boat
Strong and llenltliy. ou.e.
lave been arranged for the Fourth of __ I'aCAB.VJN" '
. All the blood In the body passes R. E. Geiger has moved his family In0 .
' celebration at Titus llle
July :
through the kidney once every three the Garvey residence on .the river : : a-oOD:: IN, t

minutes. The kidneys litter the blood Class A.-Speed boats of 12 miles andover root. Next to F. E. c Ry. d pot.

l 'ibey work night and da,. When to 'be raced according to time Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Baldwin left on TITUSVILLE, ,. : .. FLORIDA '
wealthy they remove about 600 /grains Tuesday for their summer home In New =
1 of Impure matter dally, when unhealthy handed In, and If they exceed snob time Haven, Conn.J. -Maklug a Specialty of- +

some part of this ,impure matter Is left to be penalized double. There will be FrcHb .r'ruitfg mid OniisJlew,
E. Bettler Is convenient
erecting a
the blood. This diseases
10 brings on
HIGH WHEELS, and symptoms-pain la many the back, first and second prizes consisting of house for his help at the rear of his Cl"nrl"J mid Cold DA.iii1''''. If,
handsome sliver cops. Course miles range grove.
headache nervousness, hot dry skin .
SOLID TIRES
rheumatism gout, gravel disorders of Class B.-Motor boats of peed 8 to 1J Miss. Cornelia Magruder spent last Try SCHLITZ FIZZ-a Non-Alcobolio Beer

STANDARD TREAD. the eyesight and hearing, dlsslnws. Irregular miles per hour. Boats la this class will Thursday and Friday with Mrs J. .A. SANFORD BREAD, CAKES AND PIES-always Fresh.

heart, debility, drowsiness, start from-an anchor with engine not In Flske of Cocoa. Your patronage solicited Satisfaction guaranteed.
dropsy, deposits of the urine, eto. lint -= uSTADL111
837 .OQ and Up.W. If you keep the filters right you will motion. Anchor to be raised and engine Mrs. II:. M. Br..e spent part of the t

lave no trouble with your kidneys started at signal from a gun. First and week: at Geori{lana with her daughter, ;
P, UNDERWOOD Fort Pierce, Fla. John If. MoCrorey, living on Main second prlfces consisting of handsome Mrs. C. D. Projost. T TU 15'v-xx 7a LI'D"L7Ii.Y :

street, Tltusvllle, Fla., says: "My back silver cups.. Course six miles Lewis Uertlng Is having his boathouse

was very lame lifted and sore and I found when It I Class C.-Motor boats of speed not u. moved further from, the .bore. FEED AND SALE tr SADDLE HORSES
stooped or anything
Smith
West End A. U. Is dolug the work." 1
Pharmacy very difficult to regain an erect position.! needing 8 mlle er hour. Boats in this "
Mrs. M. E. and ,.STABLES... 1\110GIE8, ,
I[ could not assume a position at night class will also start from an anchor with Spencer daughter, Er- 0
; ; EAU OALLIE..FLA. that was comfortable and I felt mlserale. llla, of Palm Beach,are visiting at J, J. .
I engine not In motion Anchor to be 6URRETTRAN8FE
BAGGAGE
White's' and II. M. Lockhart'a real den.ce.
S. C-Hodgson, M. D., R P., > "J'be kidney secretions did not act .
10 their nprmal manner and gave me raised and engine started at algosl from .. They will remain here about three d

+ Proprietor. muob annoyance. Finally Doan's Kidney a gun. Six cash prli sst3, $3. $-&, $J, f 1 weeks, and then go to Michigan for thesummer aDd TURNOUTS:
Corner of Young and Houston Streets. ,
w Pills came to my attention and I and ft. Course miles kinds'

Complete Stock of Drugs and Druggist's began taking them according: to.jllreotlons. Class C starts at ?\ 30 a..nj. Mr. and Mrs A.J. Davis and Rev and HAULING ETC ..all
{ They proved to be Just what I Mrs W, W, UcCord
calling
Sundries Cigars Stationery, Per 'eqnlredoon eradicated the bsckache I Class B starts at lO:'<0 -m. In South were onfriends 4 '- '
Rockledgepn Saturday I J. AC. Osbiln
i X'A turnery. Toilet Articles, and banished the lameness and aoreness.The Class_A startse.YI.1} g!)a/uw .. FLOMD
Souvenir Cards, action of the kidney secretions was I Boats must be entered 'la such eventsas Bucklen'M .\ Sale Wins. TIT1.1SVILLEIn rear of Bobbins' Law Office -
Candies, Etc. also corrected, and I feel better In every
f war I sincerely recommend ()oan'. correspond with tbelr beatd.. Tom Moore of Rural Route 1, Cochran -
Prescriptions Carefully Compounded. Kidney Pills to any person in need of a I Entries to be mae to Commodore J. G writes: "I had a bad lO come INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORY.
4. reliable kidney remedy." i orlllard, Jr., Tltusvllle\ Fla., up to on the Instep of my foot and could find h,
I lJOB For sale by all deal.";. Trio 110 cts.FosterMllburn I July 2nd inclusive. nothing that would heal It until I applied
Co Buffalo, New York I ucklea's Arnica Salve. Less TITUSVILLE, FLA.
than
t PRINTING of all done at half
kinds United I ,Entries are free, and all motor boat [prepared to famish Ice la Sacked loose Special atteo
sole agents for the State of a 95 cent box won the day for me by any quantity- or
I this office at reasonable rates Give Remember the name-Doan's-and : men are Invited to enter their- boats In affecting a perfect cure. Sold under paid sacking for Yachts or for family use Fair dealing Is my motto.A. .

r us a share of your work.i. take no other these events. a guarantee ar the Titusville Pharmacy S. PIATT, Proprietor.

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