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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: July 3, 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 )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Succeeded by: Indian River advocate

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LOCAL NEWS, -Editor E. I). Oslln, of Melbourne, OUT YOUR TICICETS SURPRISE PARTY Ituro Proprty Foe Nulo At lau AMONG THE HOTELS. ;

gave the ADVOCATE olllce a call on Mon FOR T1TU8VILL15.1U1VY 4TIO U\IIt'\ 1'loridra. \ 1

ad Topic of General Interest. day. Last Friday evening a number of the Take not of tbe hotel ads. on oat f'

To the hundreds of visitors who will\ Miss Annie n.bllnRattle 7th ..
Have young people gave I have seven acres of land for sale on : p., p
KST paid subscnp-
tlon t jon Look at your the date. visit Tltusvllle July 4th we announce to a delightful lurl'rllel'arty at the the bank of Eau Uwllls, harbor, Indian I The ADVOCATM Is on file at all the
ADVOCATE
THE those who are not already customers a home of her parents: fro and Mrs Thus, River, Fla., adjoining' the winter headquarters brat hotels, In New York city

1 100 |1./50 (per annum, In advance" -Mrs. \Vm. Mickler, of St. Augustine, few of our leaders: Battle, at "Smoketon." of the Kentucky. Military Institute. tiThe

ing.; ,7J six months, oountrtes.Wben who bas been visiting her daughter, Mra.U. Clothing-SobliMs Bros. At7.IOtbe:: young people met at the Sterling, Tltusvllle has been overflowing -

U.00 per an. to foreign II. Fuller, of Main street, Tltusvllle\ Trou.or.-PAragon and Walil. Walker home of Mr. and Mrs Jas. 1.. Carrutli- Water front excellent" boating and with. guests this week{ but tire'

you subspribe for tbe ADVOTI for two weeks or so, left for home last make ers, on Lemon avenue, and at 8 o'clockall lulling.( Good, safe harbor Flag station dining.room will\ close on July let, and

'... by the year, It does not cost you Ft iday. lists-Hawes and Stetson left' for "Smoketon. Music, games IJ'lnll land Trains pass for remain closed for a few mouths

ree cents per week, postage Included. i Shirts Wilson Bros and International and social chat were enjoyed until about R<>cklt>dre, Palm Itcufcli) and Miami, and The Seaside: I Inn, Dsytonn Reach ; and t1
DR HOUGHTON dentist Peck Block
let Reading notice ads are ten cents Fla. I Shoes-Edwin Clap and Crosaett' 10 o'clock when all were Invited Into the connect with West Indian steamships. the Breakers Seabreoxe, two seaside 10
Daytona U.
jf this page. Hosiery and Underwear-Wilson Bros. spacious dining room, whore dainty lefrvshments Kins "plece of property for winter hotels, are open for the summer, and
line on
TheodoreTravis Overalls-Headlight<<\ and Brotherhood. well served by charming bomesor lIeml.trulloal gardening.. Fine are entertaining quite a few guests f

rr Get the ADVOCATE: at Mn'ndne'i Our line of Neckwear, Trunks, Suit young ladles. winter climate,
Tile, E lt1OllInn at Llnnvllls, N. 0.,
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J : Jewelry store ing a visit In Jacksonville this week, Cases, Umbrellas and Parasols are the After the refreshments all went for a' Will sell cheep 15
Is now under the able management
en route to Aihevllle, N. C., on a short best. that money can buy. promenade on Battle's dock, after which : Write J, O. WAI.TOM, open; '
-Mra. G. 8.Singleton and Miss Mamie of Mr. James 1'.,Ylnlng, manager
pleasure trip Queen Quality Shoes, for'ladles. all returned horn In the "'".e sinV Walton Heir-Locking Block Coq,
irdee of Rockledge, were pleasant of the Jefferson hotel Key West
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Pad and Irving Drew Shoes for Mlssvs hours," hoping to have another such Boston Mas.
(Itol'tlln Tltusvllle on Monday.See Try Goldsmith for grain. ,
and Infants. party 100D.Amonlt A letter to the ADVOCATE- from New
Eall\
price on lumber, page 6. -Miss Frances Robottom, who has (Call and give us a trial, let us aid you those present werel Misses IMPROVING'TlTUSVILLE. York says that. the famous ,Oriental

'ut Lumber Supply Co. been attending tbe Episcopal Cathedral to the list of.'our Satisfied Customers. Ethel and Helen Wilson, Sadie Duren hotel, Manhattan Beach, N. Y., was to
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-Mr W II. Gregg Sr.,*who spends School at Orlando, for the put six or Your patronage will be appreciated. All I L oha and Mary Carruthers Kltsibetli Dr. J. S. Daulel hal completed the, open for the season yesterday, June 2.1: 1

{ winters fishing: on the East Coast, Is eight months, returned home, last Fri of the old customers. of course will give Stones, Mamie and Annie Morgan, Ma stone work on )I. concrete. oottsgeeun under the management of Mr. Joseph!! P.

at Penetangulahere, Canada, where day, much to the pleasure of bee parents us a call. non Urubor, Annie Battle, and Melllln.I Palm street ()revrs, manager of the Royal Palm

and friends. WINSTON S. BRANNIMO, Bert Johnson, Jeff Carruthtra, Ralph hotel, Miami
ADVOCATE follows I Mr. V W, Kldred of South Tltusvllle
Headquarters for Style and Value, ,
FRESH LINE FIVE AND TEN CENT Halle, Guy and Jordan Houston, Cliff: of the
I Robert
of Cat he does not want to be last In making Mr. Murray, manager
-Yr. A. S. Hslgh, owner Cay, Tltusvllle, Fla.Mr says
Gruber fronchor
Candles at Tltusville Pharmacy.We Rogero, Joe Norris palatial Ponce d. Leon hotel, St. Augustine
hems Islands, and a well\ known Improvements, so be Is placing a
Carl Willie
and Jesse Battle, Morganand
Hotel
human, Is enjoying tbe summer with return thanks, those pineapple A. O. Frink, of Eau Oallle, was Rosooe veranda on two sides. of his house ""., Is now managing the
Sharp
I N, Y. AnAnvoeara
01N itives at hit old borne near Hudders- ; and peach growers who have been In town on Wednesday The new, wood fences around, the property Champl.IoLake, Champlain,
subscriber writes us that this t
ld( England. kind enough to'supply us with nice, -Mr. C. N. Patterson, a well-known A SMALL BLAZE.A of Captain James l'rltohard, on hotel Is one of the most charmingly

0 YOU WANT A BEAUTIFUL'Icture fresh fruit this summer; It shows that resident of Baltimore., Md., arrived at -A- I Washington avenue; and that of Mr. cated summer resort hotels New York'

they do not forget the poor, hardworking the lire alarm sounded the whistle Chas, H Walton, on Palmetto street, ,
o. Free t Tltusville Pharmacy. Sterling on Wednesday by big state Mr. Cbas. 11'. Adams, chief clerk
editor and bU staff. completed Mr. Walwa to
are expects
of the Tltusvllle
Ljiimber Companyat the Ponce de Leon during'th* winter
-Mr Geo. M. Bobbins attended the DR. MILLER, DENTIST. TITUS- '' of
block
-Mil. Fannie II. Sams, of Courtenay, 3:30: Tuesday afternoon caused much put a concrete 91'.1along\ the In Hotel
vllle FU. C All the same posUljo:
tag of the directors and stockbold- south aide of his lot. 4
who bas been amending bt. Joseph's commotion and numbers of people on CbamplalD.Messrs ,
of the East Coast Lumber Supply
Academy, St. Augustine, during: the Misses Sadie Duren and Helen Wll- foot,on horseback and In buggies, wagons Contractor I'. J. Hall and staff of men
", at Eau Oallle, on Monday. Fromat pst term, arrived on Sunday afternoon aon are anticipating mueh benefit and and automobiles. hurried In the direction are placing the Rev. Wm. Stones' reil C. T. and George Massey, late
wenPto :
Jacksonville\ to at-
Tltusvllle
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place tier father and brother met her st. Tl pleasure during their regular annual of the alarm to render what aid deuce In habitable condition. This house managers of Palmburst, ,

,die some legal matters. tusville In their launch,' and escorted visit to Daytona Beach In July they could In sating property and suppressing was recently sold to the Baptist Church left here the end of last week for: Day-

apt. Herman Fischer, commander Miss Fannie home. DENTO3 the fire fiend. trustees by Mrs,K!:. S. Wiley, and movedto !tons Reaob, accompanied by Sirs Oeo.
THE Is now located at Buttun' Before
steamer running between Savannah The first to arrive learned that the the church lot on Hopkins street, lx- Massey, to spend the summer
DO NOT TAKE THE OTIIER FEL- wharf, Walton. Dentistry In called at '
ICES I Columbus, Oa, has been In Titusa alarm was caused by an unusual; blue In tween Julia a..4. J Main streets leaving town, Mr. Geo. Massey
low's word for It; be Is talking for his all branches skillfully\ executed. I the ADVOCATE office and paid the whole
for several days, having a pleasantt the planing mill which lhreatened'dlredisaster -.- ---
M50 side Let figure on bill Dr. J. Edward Urlch.Mr. Daniel'ad
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your bills. Dr. *
own of his advertising
with his and Mrs. valuable In clone
> parents, Capt. to the property A TRIP TO THE BEACH.
20 (D I of nfttferUI. East Coast Lumber A E. Pilichett memberof vortlesd the Palmhurst for rent In this
F. Fischer, on Jolla street. Captainher Henry a proximity, but the promptness of the
151(I'' pald'a visit to his slater, Mrs. Supply Co. a 4J4Mrs. the TltusvlllsvLumber Company, arrived mill foreman In manning the fire apparatus < Mr and Mrs Chas A. Oarcloer, Mrs, paper last Friday, and be received many

100( lon, of Cocoa, this week. : 'E. U. Chatfleld, wbo owns a at the Sterling on Tuesday, to re and turning three 2-1 no U streams Gilmore and Miss (Ollmor chartered the replies to the ad, lie say he ha,leased
20 D winter at main a few days looking after his bUll the Palmburst for a year to Mr. J. N.,,
and
Goldsmith's. nice home orange grove of water on tbe blase soon oonyertedjt Wilson launch, and on Sunday morning
100NT.(I U.I AM TELL Flour at who will
Rockledge, Is now In Worcester, Mass ness interests Into a smouldering mass of smoke and they blel l themselves. off to the AtlaotloOoean Johnson, of Jacksonville, open

apt and Mrs. Benj" Hogg, of Fort after a pleasure trip to several northern -Mr. Jesse Ksrrlck, a valued employeof cinders, and all danger was over, the loss. beach, at Chester Shoals, where) It on or about the lat of July

- ice, were guests of. the Sterling, :Ti- towns. Mrs. Chatfleld writes us that tbe Miami News-lteoord, after spend 'being. comparatively Insignificant. they had a delightful. time sea bathing f'

.micids rule, from Saturday until Monday she will Join her mother, Mrs. R.: K. ing a week's vacation with his parents The Tltusvllle Lumber Company Is hunting sea shells, turtle eggs, etc. A* A METHOOIS 'PICNIC.

icing, when Mrs. Hogg left for the Breck, In Bedford, Ohio, nest month. and friends at Daytona, spent MondayIn well supplied with all necessary i fire tight the weather was lovely, and a big stock

rtb via Sanford aDd the 8J Johns Tltusvllle on his return to Miami. Ing apparatus and an abundant supply of of provlslitns'on, band, everyone enjoyed The Cocoa and Tltusvllle Methodist
er, and returned home ARE YOU EMPLOYED f If you desire Sunday schools gathered at the Tltus
Captain Hogg
water, the use of which bas been found the day's outing/ It was Miss Ollmore's
launch. They own real estate Inmille. a position that will give youa WE' WILL HAVE A FULL LINE OF very necessary ou'Veveral occasions'since first visit to "(Irand Old Ocean," and vllle Park, on Main street, last Friday,

We acknowledge pleasant good! compensation, It will be to your Fireworks, Flags, Candles, Canes, the equipment was Installed. those "knock-downblows" sherecelvcd where all had an enjoyable time W*.

itc, Interest to commcploats with "Busi Horns, Rooters, eta, fcjr the.Fourth of ------"'-- from the surf Cook her by surprise, hope our Cocoa neighbor will hold fr\

ness" 130 Orange ave...Orlando, Fla. July Call and see them.BANVEB quent' picnics the Tltusrill Park.
Mr. and Mrs. Qeo. F. Miles, of St. FISHING AT TITUSVILLE. for Jssper, Alabama, does not furnish
-Commodore J. H. Allen, of Allen : iJBuo STORK.: and
of
kind
that amusement. Captain
inline[ l left on Sunday evening for
"fret Center, Coon", to spend the render I hurst was a guest of the Sterling from -Capt. J. W. "Wll molt, of Orlando, J'lihlng with hook and line, off the Mrs Orlando .(J isrtermaii added much Last Friday a m.rthe. boat Leona

of the .ummor at their cozy, Monday until Tuesday, en route home writes us: "Pleale discontinue rayadvt wharf Is excellent, and big< catches ate. Ut the pbuaure\ of the partf while at landed 84 passengers from Coooa, who

try home Mr. Miles may how- I from a business trip 'to 'Jacksonville I have sold my cows through the ad. In being made dally Tbe,wholesale fisher- Chester Shoals. Mrs. M, E. Webber was o.mlllp..opionio with the Tltusvllle M.K. .

,ICk. r, pay one or two visits'to St. Aug- Tau? Commodore has sent In a petition I the ADVOCATE. If you have anything moo are doing a big.shipping business also one of the party, and reports a fin !Sunday: school In the City Park. In

Ine before the summer Is over, tot to Washington to have the postofflce I to sell, always advertise It la the EAST Yesterday they' shipped 144 barrels offish time! en the trip., appreciation' of the kindness shown them

after the work of dredging the Clifton moved to Allenburst, *t the COAST AovpOATE.Mr which looks as If there were a few -- ------ by the Tltusvllle people at large, they ,

) t Coast canal between St. Augustine Haulover canal. fi.lr left In this section of Indian River, KEPT OPEN HOUSE Invite all the Sunday: schools taplonlo
R. Parrott of
., J. president __ 1... fboat
Jacksonville work which the real- IT DOES. OT PAY to use poor gradesof the F. E. C. Railway, and Mrs. Parrott, with them& Cocoa on July Oth. The

of Indian River will be pleased to Lumber or ,,only part dry. Tbe of Jacksonville, are guests of the palatial Mr. E. L. Brady returned home yesterday Last Saturday- being the first anolversary Leon will make the trip for 111.00
UCTS from business to Miami. vf .the of tbe Banner DrugStore children. All that wantto
Bobbed. contractors find that It pays to use our Hotel Plaza, New York. Miss Helen a trip opening and can take (10

..iZ'ossu "It material If It pays them It will pay Parrott, who accompanies them, will\ I Try Goldsmith fur Groceries.Vudge 11\'1'11"11I., the denial proprietor go down are requested to hand In '

U.i A CHANCE. How- do you you. East Coast Lumber A ,Supply, soon leave for England a nd the Continent I originated! a new euetnm by "treating"every their names, by July let, to Mis Marlon
o. cow that our prices are not III good 43 4 : D. I.. Oauldeo has been la one who called on that day to Oruher, Sunday School Secretary.
r better than tbe other fellow sT Ifu Company. of Europe, to spend a year or so, : town a few,days this week, attending to one of their many delicious cold drinksor ------

do not let us figure on your ma- -A letter to the ADVOCATE says that before returning to Jacksonville. legal matters. a bowl of Ice cream. The store was DREDGE TOMOKA AT WORK.

y rial r East Coast Lumber A Sup- fro and Mrs. W. W. Balkwill, who were., RETAIL PRICES are necessarily higher I -Mr. Nils Rssmunsen, a well known well patronized during the day and until

/Company. '3-." popular guests of the Sterling, Tltusvllle than prices In carload lots, Hired of Grant a fewx ate at night and Doctor, Mrs. and Miss The big dredge Tomok* started this
orange grower spent
Mr, and Mrs Henry M. Flsgler, who for several weeks last winter, have from the mill. Get oar prices on ear !I days In Tltusville this week. Spell> and the polite soda dlspenner, Mr morning on her voyage up North river

.t ome time at Hot Springs, Va, just returned to Cleveland, from a' load loU delivered before placing Cain, were repaidor their hospitality to tbe!!.ead of that stream, where dredging

cow at their summer borne at Mam- successful fishing trip of tbree weeks In your order. East COllt- Lumber A OUR LUMBER, when Quality considered with smiles, compliments, good wishes operations have commenced on the

leek, N. Y. A Utter to the ADYo.C Canada. Mr. Balkwill Is having a large Supply! Company. 4'L4Mr. we guarantee as cheap as and a fair patronage new out of the eaoat. Ibree launches,

from New York, says Mr. Flag- houseboat built In New York, which he Alexander Cocbrans member other mills can furnish material East I the Hustler, Anita and Baldwin, towed
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will have shipped to Tltusvltle fn tbe I Coast Lumber A Supply Co. 4.1-1 the tide from
who the machine against
was Ill\ at Hot Spring I II much of Canaveral Club, Tltasvllle, and president ICE FACTORY CLOSED DOWN big
C\. "r In fall. All' the Balkwllls are enjoying the south end of town, and the pull was
launched
health. Long rosy be live. of tbe Bell Telephone Co., who was -Mr. Jsoob Lot II lard, Jr., bas
and MI'1I. Flagler will\ soon le.nlor long ride through the country In their: a guest of tbe Sterling, a short while I' tile large houseboat It was hauled Th. boilers of the THnsville Ice Factory a hard one, Tbe most critical place to

palatial Mount Washington.hotel, ourlog automobiles. We hope to see last winter, bas jost ,returned to his out Into deed. water by Mr L. A.Brady's gave out the lint of the week, and pass was the draw of the South Beach

lton> Woods, x II., which Is so ably tbe Balkwllls In Tltusvllle hezt winter. I home In, Boston, after spending a monthat i launch, yesttrday. y the factory Is not running. Mr. J>laU, bridge, bat no mishap atteodrd the passage

d aged lby Mr. John Anderson, of Or- Iloies. I Clarldge's hotel, Bond street, London. I -The home of Mr. and )f,.. D. B. however, Is getting plenty of Ice from through the narrow opening The
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\. I, Fix We anderstand Mr. Flagler Orange----- his Mr. other .and 'delivering It around Tomoka has just been repaired new
He was accompanied by son, rltchsrd[ In South Tltusvllle was mad polnta
t Ie lgned his position as vlcepreeiof We oan sell you Cummer; orange,boxes I Francis Cochrane, and they report a delightful happy yesterday afternoon, June 3'tb, town, as ususl. timber replacing old one in commission where needed at,
of the and she will be put
W. Standard Oil Company, and It ill points between East Shiloh or time In London.FIREWORKSI 1908!) by the arrival of a son,and heir. have been at workon
H. Tb excavators
Tilford, treasurer of the com- Mlms add West Palm Beach, except ; Furnished CwttAffe. aoce.
ah"""+. ', "M FIREWORKS! the out for some time and their path
elected to fill the place.\ A* Cocoa .t.tloD.nd will be pleased to I Mule for Sale,
Bier Is about Crackers, Rockets completely fur will) be followed by tbe dredge.-St. Augustine
711 years of age It Is hake quotations; also on wraps, hoops Roman Candles For rent by season, '"
sh. 11 time It should) take a rest from I ntthed eight-room cottage at $sabreese, Kerord.
9 and nsils. Fancy Exhibition Goods, A pair of males sound and In good -
of his bnilness 'cares, and let Lumber Supply 00. on board walk, next to The Breakers -
"Iter men take hold.Hardware. .:s-4 East Coast All Prices condition for sale at a reasonable price.ow'er Hotel. Address, MBS.( II,'3. ADAMS, Wood for Sale.

LADIES' BATniNd SUITS having DO present use for them. tteabreex Pie
to Growers. 49-9 ,
Notice
FURNIT URE,U RT OOODS, SUORS.Caa..AOABDxxaTltnsvillePb0ne 37-tf Address BX. : ------ Pine or oak, any length. Also plow.

Etc.\ Mars Brothers:Jacksonville; Fla., 342Launch ADVOCATE office,Tltusvllle, ria.IJraIDI' Job 1'rlntlnir. Ing and harrowing. See or address J..
''r all will be W. Jamison Tltusvllle, Fla :
kinds of Hardware, both shelf wish to notify Growers that they 1

,r, *M,y, Paints, Oils, Ship Chandlery, glad to handle their Frujts and Vegetables For Sale and Hauling.All Do not forget tbe fact that at the AD .
key and If they will Draytng.Drayingorhaulingof
coming
Glauwar call this season
Shave on as. Fruit A new 9 to 10 mile speed launch, near TOCUTH office, Tltusvllle. we do job
the sound stock. Overripe
I IBO t. goods and oar.price are' ship good, Packing House Refuse, ly new, 0 h. p.' motor. Only reason for kinds of Braying and hauling printing of all kinds, neatly, cheaply and alll Indi prompt.
Vegetables, or ,
attended to and Satisfaction ezpedltloualy.: Letterheads, Noteheads, ly attended to. Meet all train Stove
411 selling, going away. Price, 16000. promptly ,
orders received.Respbctfully.
,DRIa M3 \lv* prompt attention. will not be Leos A. DESPLAID, guaranteed. Billhead., Envelopes,Tags, and all other wood for sale at all time.
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PBITCHABD A Soy, n. X. HOLT**. .
JOB KITTLM Tltn.dlie.t2 kinds. Titasv1111.lv ,
Mail: DaoTxrtas..r 43 2t Dayton, TIa. ,
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(I" twrt.hy given that the followln" dt'lIulbt'd lands. or 110 much .- \I() Ii. i""C .. I: .. : ..
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NOTICE .. wlll'I br necessary to pay the amount due for taxes herein ,etopp "$ IJ Q .I:. ... S-I=: ,J. 0 !t

.' &tetothesaint', together with Wilt or such eale and ady-'rtllllnlf.! will be ) = .

sold? lit public ancliononlheGthday in jui.jlltimville \ () at the Court Jloulle door, All fract'. . . . . 2( 22 37 n4 Canaveral Club 128 for JlOIJ.! . ; . 6 27 37 t 20 Unknown 61 I .

Florida, In the County of Brevardrj" All fract'1 . . . 27 >22 37 JIiO Canaveral Club 4 (10 f' of8W ofSWj . . T 27 37 2(1 Unkno\1\n.: N
? . . . 8.27 37 80 Unknown
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1.01.18.4. / lIulxl of Gov't lots 1, E"" of ,!' K3... :211 I

I 2 and 11. . . . . 16 23 36 117 F, D. Callel. . 3 110 Part of lot 2 AI deem Deed BookS 37,0
rna fart of lot J &II dell 1 n Deed Rook page 273.. . . 0 27 I 08-100D. W. futile 311

DESCRIl'1'IO. o p r4 i OWNER, a A 00, page 318. IIubd ot Gov't ; .i Int in all 118 per plat of AIplnwall .

lots :2. 4, 5 . . . . 19 2:1: 36 IS ]6.JOOR. N. Simmonsetal :304 all des in Deed Book
% c a 6FaS Part ot I"W 3j of NE 34 all dl.'a. X, page '1:10: (ex Iota J. II V.

F -' In Deed HOlik J.. page '10. (except Y.) ? . . . . . 1* 27 87 105 Unknown. . 1311
lotlldt'l. In Deed Book 1":01: Lots A* and Yas per plat of As-

Lots 1f & N ot I. A. "'tl.'wart'asubd'n page; 108)). . . . 27 2.1' 86 2 H. B.I'4. Martin I 011 plnwall all des In Deed Book
ot Wm Oarvlll grant 41 20 M 2 lease I'errl. . j 1 ::1 PArt of I'4W 1< anti part, of lot 2 zpagl714). . . . H 27 37 U Unknowns b :

All f'lfullfrallt, . . . ? 4& 21) 35 162 Unknown . 271 III dl'lln Deed Book<< f' page I Lot .u 1 Block 11 plat "fEa Oallle 10 27'.37 Mrs Gertrude 1Ioo.I s

All SeKulgrant. . . . 45 20 :a.s a:1O: Unknown . 507 656 . . 3B 2:1: 811 20 DW.Tuttle. . 083Lotleubdof ton.. . . 311

l'art ot lilt 1 ae d"II. In Deed Oov't lut 2. . 85 23 31 10 Joe. Lynn. : . 164 W ;, of loti 1 and 2 Block 22
nook VV, pege 711. 2 20 M 20 l'ialll"y. Yard . 797 An andj lot In N Ji of J..t 8 plat of Eau Oallll: . . 16 27 37 )rrl. Mollie Snell II1f

Part of lot J all dt'/J.ln/ fled Bonkvv and all of Ii . . 31 23 3S 160 Hampton & Graham 1 94 Jot 16 Bl'k 22 plat of Eau:: Olllle 16 21 2'7 Hampton Bradford 12 ri
page 79. In arrpa,. for Part of lot 8,10t1J,6, Deed Book Lots 17 to 2:1: Inc B'k! 4 lIuM of

]fMb( . . .. . . . 2:10: 33 20 Sallie y, Yard. . 8 27 }'.I."lalCeIl4. . . . 31 23 3S 10 Room &Jefforde. 311N3aofdloaof ont Iota 21, 22, 23, plat ot Eau

8W 3j: ot HE ot I'W! J.:( du. In : NIV3auf8E Oallll . 1627 87 Unknown'. . ::424

Dl'ed nook 40, page 812: . 31 20 M JO R. M. Davlll . 2 20 . . . . .. 6 24 3G 3 Unknown . 146Naof810aofNW3jof1Ej Tot II BI'k 1\\ sub ellv of outlota \
All frao'I . . . . J, ::10 811 45 M.n.l\lahaffy. .. 334lS 21, 22, 23 plat ot Eau Gallle 16 21 81 Mose Ta'lor. 311

of NEV. . . . 2:1: 21 3J 1'0 Henry Johnson. : 331N arrearefor166. .: . . 6 24 36 3 Unknown .. 146 Part of lot 15 al des In Deed
: U ot NW 34 . . U 21H: 40 Henry Johnllon. 1 61SIV Nfl 3J-JMJ a of Ii 30 32.100 a ot S1V nook 1)D. page 3, Ilou.tonaddtoEanGallie

;, of NW . . U 2J 3& 40 Henry Johnson 1 clNE 34 or I'IE 3j. . . . 6 24 36 6 al-lIIOUnknown.: . 1 46N' : . . . 21 2787 Unknown . A11
.... ot NE;{. . . . 7 2J M 40 John apinwaM :2 711 6 ::1.I.lMI; ( a of 1'1 sa 32-J(1) a fit Lot 23 Houlton add to Eau "

NW 31 orN\ !i. . 821 3.'i 40 JohnAllplnwall.' 1123E2aofH7atHW SW )j ot I'IE 3i, arrears for v Oallie . . . . 21 21 37 Mrll. Iollle Snell !;, 4r

; otI'WU! \IOIJ . . . . . 6 2i 32-100Unknown. . . 176 J.ota 1.2, 6. 6. BI'k n, HOI."IICIl'1
ofN1V (. . . . 20 l1 35. :2 A.l'tanlf'Y.! . .. 10j H4chand48ftof8103jofSW aiM to Eau GatHe . . 21' 27 37 Ada L.Itoeech. 546

Begin at (J. n. Mlllhllll"8 HWcur. Sj and Ii 1 rh and 411 ft of lotS LOLL, 4,7.8, IU'k n HOI'IICh'l

run N 110( )'d", W ::1:40: 1d. AI dee/ In Deed Book V, page add to Eau Gallle . . 21 27 87 P. Boesch . 3:181:

S11(1ydaE226: : In .. . . to: 21 :35 5 JameiYoung . 170 212. . . . . 17 24:16 21, Unknown . . S71 Lot. 1 Bl'k 0 UOl."sch'1 add t.o

An und half Int part of'lEU W L'otl'4'V }j. . . . 23 24. 341 MI M.'J'honlpfJon. : . 2:. 81N1VofNW31aad Eau lallle. . . . . 21 27 87 Mrs Mollie Snell 1OC\
of 41C3/. dee. In JJt't'd hook W32ofS .; 1.01.12.4,6. BI'k 0 ROt'lIch'a add

"Hy: page bll.: . . . 20 21 8.'i :3 O. E. Young (Trull- 21 27 37 Ada I.. .ROI'ach
lY3 ot NW./ . . . 26 24 30 .00' MTbompson. . :217 to Eau Oallie. . 1j\)
tee.l jAn fart 01 lotS III dee In 1)eed Book Lot II lJI'k 0 Roesch'l aced to \

undivided lilt. In pllrt ofHE 'J''!'' page 41\. . . . 27 24 36 !"H. B. S. Martin 1 70 Eau Gallle . . 21 27 37 ::1\r8.\ :Mollib. 8nl'II J !II
: of SE4! ; ftlldt'I.ln: Ut'1.11Iook Part ot Ii\\ 3j ot SW .3j all tlell Lots and 4 Bl'k D, Hot'/Jch'/ .

] ,$ pRICe 110.. . . 20 21 M. 3 Unknown . . 184 In Deed Book EJ. .age: 288. 214 24 30 :3 I Unknown 1 04 add 10 Eau. HIIJ1ie . .' 21 27 87 .Ada L. ROl'lICh 1 94

Three a III Town flat ot Lalrat.ge K20aof/W/:! 3j otI'lW 3 i. . 282.& 36 24.1 J. W.O.R.; anJ. Lots 8. 16 BI'k D HOl"sda'a add

( : between ]t. It ,,''reet. ., A. t'tz.,.. : . 4t0: to Eau Gel lie. . . . 21 27 37 Ada I.. Hoell'h i In
and H. It. rightofway.. . V.8 21 83 '.:3: Unknown . . I M .
fart ot lot 1 Ilea In Deed Hook Lots 3. 5. 6, 7 BI'k E, ltol./Jch'lI/ I

Two area ot land b'd on N by 1 Jpage223, 33 2-l 36 1 Unknown. ,. 135 add to Eau Gallle . 2l ::17 37'I Ada L.'ROt'll'h. I 91
county road, E by land A/Jd'I./ I I'art of lot 5 a" dea"I In reed All BI'k F, Uoeach' add to Eau

In hoed Hook Brevrd)age 1Ia.1! Hook Qt J. page 118 J .M lSan- lallle . . . .' . . 21 27 37 I Ada I. Roesch I 191S

IS by land of 00.. and dt'ra.platofVocoa. . . 332' 3G Win. 111ndle . 282 M of.W, 3i of OXW 3i . 17 27 37 20 Laura A. Bradford I Gj
'If ,y land a. dl''.. In JJet'd'Book Part ot Jot 5 des In Deed Book Air of ISW ; (I"X landul dt'alnUt'I.d .
l JUt, page 144 . . 2J 2J 85 2 Unknown . . 200 UN J. :M. t'anderll' I !j : HO
If lQ, page Beaks U, page 00"IlalCe31
Five-acre square In NW cot ot plat of CocoaarreareforlfklO( 83 24 30 Win. Ilindle': . 22!! and lot 1. dea In Deed hook R. W h4.1 feet ot lot 0 J. M. Handl'r'a Part ot MW del In Deed
3 aa
page' 611 . . . . 83 21 83 a D W. 'fullle. . :3 J 91An . W.
JllatorCol.oa. . . 832136 l'iarahA.Matht'I. 311 Hook GU. page 81. . . 17 27 3T 8. D. Tuttle I !q
undivided Int. In lot I, T.llt47JIs.on'laddtoCocoa.! 332130 Alouzo Itow.) r. . 611 Part of lot 2! a. dell In Dj'ed

lJlld.! by Oov'tlot2. . . 83 21:1n: 5 n. W. 1'l/ttle. . 149 1..01.. 3 Dixon', adltto Ooroa. :1:1: 21 36 Unknown . . 105 Hook N. cage J01 . . 21 21:17 84 John Alplnwall 124v ;
'
An unlllvldt'd Int. In lot 18, LotSllNxon'eadd toCocoa 3:1: U 30 Unknown . 105 \ iofl . . . X28! 27 87 1.0 mJkno\1\n. HIv
. 33 21 83 10 1) W. Tuttle .
; 2'20
a 0ubdbyovtlot Lot 8 IIl1rdt'l. plat of Indian E of I"F:: ; IIr SEj: . . 83 .l7 37 20 UnknOWII. !k!
.
NEUofl'F! :: .. ... .. . 3:1: 2J 33 40 J.O. Mend.." . 218: ItIvt'rClty 3:1: :II 36 Ell loa Wllklnll. . 648Al Lot (a BI'k. A .Metcalf'l add I to ,

All Block 2, Hlrl.'l. eito TItuvtlle of lot :3l( and atrip201twideon Melbourne . . . 34 27 37 Mre TholllM J 7(
? . . . . 33 :II 85. I.II.I'aramore ? 2 20Lota and add
E between lots 2\1\ 30J1arllee'platot All Bl'k 1 Metcalf'a to Melbourne -
1 and 3 . . . . 8 21 80 112 Canaveral Club a tII .
JOl1lan River . . . . 34 27 87 Unknown 43SY3iofSV34'
4' lots 1, 2, :IJ NW;f SEU and ES2 City, arrears for ]UIJ.() . 33. 24 3IJ Chal. Ht'rrln.. . 0 O1Lot :,. . . . 1:1.: 2a 3ri 40 Calvin latt. I IbLot3
of HW 3 a . . . . HI 21 8n 1131 Canaveral Club J6 00 .
ii Aa.eeeor's pIstofCocoa 33 Wr.lllndle. 401N20aoflots Block D Melbourne 2 214 37 Unknown. I
r, 1.0111 . . .'. . . . 11 21 ao 1\14 Oanaveral Club 2.18 2and3. . . 2 ::1 : 8 J.T: : lloocl, : : : : : : 104: 4 Hl'k fI ,.Iat plat of Melbourne 2 28 37 Unknown I bLot I.
Y All frac'I . . . 'J3.21JU: 273 Canav'raIOJub. 8 40Lot.2and8NWU
ofNWLS lot l .ubd I lot lot I and N part Lot IS I'k'D plat of Melbourne 2 :lij 37 Unknown 18 I

of lot P. II 21 37 /S/ J ha A. Hood. . 311 Lots tJ nod 9 Bl'k IJ 1IaloIf Melbourne .

;, ot NW3i, SPrT and H&1' } N 3 a of E part'of' lot 2, deft. inDeed . ... .. 2 28 37 Unknown. S I CLot :
(/ HW'r . . . . . 14 21 ::10 400 Canaveral Club 12 fIOAlIfrac.t'I. '
Bonk fl. g1t! . 10 25 3G :3 I Wm. Merwin heirs U 50( 11131 k J5 oMlbourn2 .
J'aA'e plat
. ? . . . 0 21 87 52 Vln8\'l'r.IOIl/b. Ion)
2 In Deed Hook
a u dee r"pllgtl a 28 87 'Unknown. J ?I
Alltrllf't'l. . . . . 'Z 21 117 70 Cllnavl'ral .
Club 148 L. 11 Ga..lnl'r. . '
182 . II 25 36 1 010 Lot 9 lJI'k 16( plat ot MeJbourne 2 ,
All fracL'1 . . . . . 14 U 37 4:1: Canaveral Club I fll 1)eedviook 2''
I" .
2 \ :
a a.11e.In a 1114 :17 Unknown I A.i.otOBl'k29
,'''. . . . . J7 21 87 122 Canaveral page
All frat.t : Club. 3112): GarilllPr'''
182:!, arrears for J\JO.{) . 11 l 21i 3G 2 1.1'1. . 1 40fart I plat of Melbourne\ 3 28 37Unknown. I U I),
All tral't'" . . . . 1121' 117 1110 Canaveral Club 104 and
of SE 3q part I Lot 4 lIulId ot HI'k
All Irlll.t'l . .,. . .I J9 21 87 6:10: Canaveral Olub 1865 V'cr; : I new 22 plat '
of S I lot 3 Ilea In Deed of 1I1'Ibourlle. . . . 2 28 87 'Unknown)1. l3N I

I All All fract'L fnrt'1: : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : ; 21 21 : 120 51MJ: Canaveral'Ciuh Canaveral Club: : : : 1480 3 9297 I 1I0uk\Eollalre4H.: . 1825 a6 22 M, J.8nlllvan. . 578I'art ::10 rt of lot 4 'Bl'k 24 plat of )I

of lilt 1 all dee 111111'(011 Bonk '. Melbourne . . 2 28 37 O. B. SIcnt'td le I vLnt
All Iract'l. . J. . j. . l1 37 J8 Canaveral (flub. 1 0:1: SH 336.: . . . U 2i: a6 '1 1/1./ 1'. Eb1 .I. . 548fart 7 nl'k.l plat ot Melbourne 2 :l8 31' Unknown l
I All tract'! . . . . 28, 21 ::17S311/ )) Canaveral (''lob U '78 'f"l'l' of .
/ :1 end part SIV ,j Lot 8 BI'k 29! of )1l"lburno 8:1 Unknown. J (I''I.
I plat
:E )6 and .: J'lfNW 3(. .5. :21)! 21 87 4(1(1( () Canaveral (illlb ? Ii fNI) p7
lit NE deemi J )11't'11 Book I"S .
3 !Lot ) \
BI'k 2\1\ of Melbourne
I Wtyof "SE34:: . . 3:1: 21 87 80 Canavt'raIOlub. >p7(1NR .> )page 3:11I: .t . . U 25 I 30 032 H. I'. Eby . . 1050 arrears' torlll1.10.plat . . 3 28 37 J lfnknown I ;
: ;jN ff ot NW 3j, BE: 3j ot .
All of (mov't lot 8, I'c21. 1'wp' Lot HI'k 82 of Melbourne\ a 214 IT I"allle j
{ : plat Savage
NW ( and lots 1 and 2. 33 21:17 olIO Canaveral Club It r.n
2fy: Range 16: and all Jot 4. Seo" Lot 8 BI'k 3:1 of Melbourne a 214 37 EnoliOaukttr I j
All frl\.t'I. . . . . 84 21 37' lOll: Canaveral CluA9. I 0 11 \ : plat
114. Twp 2:1, Hanjle37.; (except: Lot 2111' 110 plat ot 1..lbourne a 28 37 Unknown PLot3B1'k3Oplatof
$ of lots 5 and 0 Block B
:f lalld. all dt'll In le QdllookAA: S Il"lbourne 8 21i 37 Unknown I
'l1Luavllle.1..3 2:1: &S D, W. Tutti". . 2 0:1
ltobblnN : page 84,1'. page J3-1,QQ. page 21 \30 Lot 3 BI'k 47 plat ot JlIl"lbourne ":f 214 3T Unknown I r..
Lola JII anti IS &
H. 75 llndUU.IalCe2U3)). . 1025:17: 64 Unknown. . . 904 Lot 4 Blk plat of Melbourne' a 21i 37 Unknown . I 6.ton' .
i Ora 1111111 add to1'ltulYllle. a 22 8j; D. ,V. Tuttle. . ..
500 Lot. 214 Plat of Oearglana . 30 2i 87 2y! U. Watroull 4 00 Lute I, 2, 3: 4 I'atne Ilarring-
f. lots, 7, 8. II, 10 JII1nl'rvllle, T.utlOI'latotOeorgla..a: .ISO) 231/ 5.8' 0.'D. Watroue. 164 BUbt1 and add to Meld '
an add toO Titnavllle . 3 22 3& Carrie AII..n. . 3 04
dt'liin
Lot 4 1 1)f'l'd
((1'X1'1'1 a 1111 bourne aK platten In Plat I
r. 8 ? ut to'1'Itusvllle. ', an Hook I" page 2140)) . 10 25 37 263 j D. W. Tuttle.. . 8 11 Beak Xo. 1. page M, and as
add . . a 22 35 Unknown ,I. 2-26 .
of all lot Lot 1 (except S 5 7-JO a and S del In Deed IIbok Pl'. page 113 8 28 37 Unknown 8 i
N !, lot 16 and l7Joyuerville .1I8:1-IOOaotlotI3): ) . . .11\ 25 37 026 D. W. Tuttle. . 54NV Part of NE'C all dee In Peed

I r Lot 3:1: an add 1.0 Tltuavlllo3X22 aiM : :m Unknown . 2 20 3( oflll.Hi. . . . 27 :26 )8'1 .w M. M. 164Nj IlookW, page: 5... . . . 32837 \ D.1feBrtde. 31:

H'" Joynt'rvll, all toTltuavllle. \ } Q.r Sll't'. andlot2: . . 23 :l0. 87 122: UDkno(1( Part or SE's! of ISE y: &II cues In
. . .
3
Jot 5 lubd ot lot ::10" 22 83 Unknown." ; . 149 I.lItlbrlli rrart'I. . . 29 :l0 37 14 Aj/III.'IE.; Dale)' . U 6:1: Dt'ed Hook W page 25. . 3 28 .37 ( Unknown 31EeLjaofV I
r. Joyner. Lots and 3 anti W ;{ of $1; ( 30 20 37 2\I() Agnes E. Dale)' . H 03 2)a: of NE 3( ofSIV
vlll, an ad(1 1,0 Tltueville ? 3:I 22 8i Unknown .. ... 1 49 otsE . . . .. 31 20 3'7 80 .
I.otl/ add to Titusville 144 3j .AlachuaCoullt.Abatract :\ }{ . . . . . S 214 37 6Y' 1n?:Fannie Durns i"N
f Ul'rdI.'JI'/ Co. . A 48 : of NW' of NW 3j . II 2\i\ 31 o Wm JlI. Wbl'ell'r' 10(I
. . 8 2:1: :JS: J, Jamillon. . . 248 Ij ?
1 3:1: 37 88 D. W. Tuttle . 4 00 1'4 1"
'' I.ot10/ Rertlell'M add to Titusville 1 Ui 2.6 40fXW40tNW .. 328 :17 :10 B.Adaml. .
4 \ plat i of :Stewart'f; llouue-; E ofI'4W 14 otNE !j. . 4 :11:1: : 37 20"A.H1 ! 6: . . . . H 8 2:1: s.'i. Carrie AIIl'n. . 2 20 stead . . . . . 33 20 37 1114 J T. nl'lI. . 7 84NI 3t ot :sw-34, X !j tHW 3j

. ,f", All ft.Blorb ot 3',83.30, (EI. WO I <: !i ot sEM' . . . 2 27JI: 40'1LMSnell.1 . 4M( ) and N Wj of I'E'}.. . 10 28 81 100 Unknown . H.

Block :10)) subd ot E 3p't. It "I. . . . . . 13 27 30 4s0 Unknown . 11 19 SW }jofNWN ofSWa .
t.t. ut Nil: Plat .
3j all per rl'eordl'll NW 1lof /S11j . . . 13 27 311 40 Unknown. . 140 'and X\n4 of ISE Arrears .
In
;" des.Deed In Hook I. page 0//101) and All . . :. . . . 14 27 3a 640 Unknown.. . . 1557IV for l1JOO. . . . .. . JO 28 37 100 Unknown 80''

" \ &II Deed HOlik rIKllt.of-e ):-ut NE ; W ot'lE! )4' I.otal and 2. . . . . 18. ::114 37 70 A. E, Valentine
U. n.
21i8. (except alldW t'ofISW'i' . . 1/1/ 2736 240! Unknown . .. 6 42NWLjandiyofSi,3i heirs. . l9 rjtexIn
) . . . . .a 21t 3i
way Unknown. . 050
: . U 27 aa 20 Unknown. . . 612 SE ot hand XF:: 3t of HE
4'V.
Lot Ibnr'e
811M. of NElO: a All IrarL'1 .:.. . . . . 16 27 86 OlIO Ullknowri' . . 1463 ; ( Jt. n.rlght-ol-way) Ii :ztI 37 73 A. E. Valentine
ot Deh.plnegrant. . 3 2:1: SIS UnkJowh . . 1 20 Loll 1 anll2.. . . . . to ::17 36 143 Unknown . . 2 8& . 1 (
Lot 6 Wllhur' "ubd ot NE
20 a N ofN34amIS1Y3jofNW3; 21'l7' : 86 :!204)Unknown . JIi XE ot XW 5 . hers 5 ;
3j .. . 16 2S 1.\7 40 W. Culbt'rl
t ) 4.
Lot of 114 1)elee WI nr', frlUlt. . . 3 2:1: 31 Unknown . . 2t0 All . . . . . . 2:1: 27 :36 1140 Unknown . 1357AIISexSE3jofW3j1 Lots 8,4, 5. 6. 7,8 (I'X that part

subl. of NElOa: Unknown . . 23 27 36' lOll) Unknown . . 148:1. : of lot 6 E ot creek) Iopllon'l. I I

of L 1)elo.ine ot of frllnt. .Wllbur'l. . 8 2:1: S5 . . l.aUW N ty . I. . . . . 1t4 2'7 ad .320 Unknown. : . OlNW .ubd 1\1 recorded In flat Book ,

p111)41., of H :JIIE, 20! lot of 20 ,.. . . . . 26 27 36 JOO Unknown : . 4 21NE : No J, page 62. . : . 24 2S 37 UO Mollie E: Hopsou 131]

a Delesplnel ofV34 . . . . 28'27 36 .j0 Unknown. . 140 Lots a. oj, II, )J.I 7. '8 (I.'X that part
I grant S, i .3 lot 22 SIS Unknown ... . 149\ NW 40fSW ;( . . . 28 27 36 .0 Unknown . 140 ot lilt 6 E'of (.rt''I'k) I0P1'CIII'I .
of lll W11bur's
31subd.. of : N of XW ot 1II} 3i. . . 28 27 ::16 20 Unknown. . (42SEL4ofJ IIlIb.t AI rl.'cordl'd Plat Book
NE 20 a of t'lt'I'Iplnl' : 'L" . . . 2tJ 2'7 3tl Unknown 140 131 1
Lot grant Wilbur'. . .. . . . 3 2:1: 35 Unknown . . 1 4\\ NEyjof NE . . . 3:1,27: 311 ,,40 40 Unknown . 140() Lot Xo.D all lage62arrear.for1683 dee In: Deed Hook V, 24,2S 3T \00 Mollie E. Hopslln
21
subd of NE 2Oaof ( NW of NEj. . . . : aa .0 Unknown . 140SW1 page AJ7! 1I0p"on'. lub.. all .

'21Wlibur'esnbdof 3.....22 :JS: Vnknown., . . 20r of 1'E&j . . . 33 27 30 40 Unknown. . 1 40 recorded In flat UOllk No J,

E'ljJ of lot : : SE t..40t NE 4. . . . :J3 27 36 010. Unknown. . 140NI 4
: I :20aof: ; JU'1f1' 6J . . . . U 28 87 11) n. H. )flJl .
Dph'"plnerrant. 8 .2:1: M Unknown .. 1.0
!.(.\ W uf lot 22: Wllbur'l luM of ; <:} ofNWt . . . ;il; 27:10 40. Unknown. 1 40NW NW bj ofI'iW J.(. . . 211 214 :11 40 D. W. Tuttle. t
IJ : of NV ).. . . 33 ::17 311 40 Unknown. . 1 40l4VyofNWrj. J
'G ,4 ? ? W6aotSJ..ofJot4. . . 028 Si G Bank of Ft. Fierce a.
NE20aoflele.pine: 2:1 33 UnknowA. . . 1 (14 o
Itrant. .It :
: . . . 3.1 27 40 Unknown . .
Lots 4 all.11I 36. 140 Lot 2. . . . . 2t1 :.Iii 314 45 John'A.pinwallLot
t' 1I111'IIplaw frant. 1 23 35 111 M. J, Htephena? C ItO Sit: 3 ofN\\' 3 . . 33 27 3tl 40 Unknown. '' 3"SE
tI 4 of N ot lot ( j. : ',' 1 40NEtjotSlYaj 1. . . . . . :.n 28 38 2\1\ John \Iplnwall
-.. I 6 1I1"h'"plnl . . 3.1 27 ::16 40 'Unknown. . I11tIt :; t i ot XW } and XF: ofI'IW
t.j. . . . . 1 23 M X23 0.E.1I&mor. . 2 20y ( S of SE t( or SW' . . :11; n 811 .O Unknown. 02N1:3jof : 34 (ex 1 a &II des InDeed .
8
\:. 'of and N 3 of ISIO 8E 3.. . . . :13 n 86 40 Unknown . . 1 40 BookGG, 8. and
',1 \ldt''Ilnl'' grant . . 2 2:1JS: : : 100 Mary J. Steplicn,. 5 37 page \
X SW iot SE tj . . ::13 27 ::10 40' Unknown. 1408E.ofI'lE i Sy. page j :no, 1o a as dt' 'n \
}Y of slot'I'/ of 8E )j Delp . . 3:1: 27 86 44.1 Unknown. . 140NEJ. 'heed j
nd grant . . . 2 23 35 27 C. E, Hamor. 1 :tIJ Book UU. page 08. lOa ., .
.. of .NE4.: . . . 34.27 :Itl 40 Unknown . 140 to \\'I'JI al del In Deed Bcwk r
All fract'l P..II'1'lllnl grant J3 ::13 :33 6111 Unknown . /I\K/ \ xw .or NJo .& . . . ::1& 27 :IU 40 Unknown. . 140 l OllBle II) (n: 10 ato Dutrh'tor -

44- All fract'lbele.phre grant J4 2:1: 3i 610 Unknown. . )893S :! MW J. ot NEtj . . ... 3. ..7 .3t40 Unknown . 1 40I'II&ofNIO. &II des In Deed Book W
I'" 1II'II'Ipine grant . . 111 2:1: M 3II: Unknown . 0) OIl .
. . . . 3.2736 40 Unknown. . \11\
( 1 40NEjyofNlY . !. .
.
All ) page 2.:1): ) . 8 '2O 38 M L:. K. Bralnard.I.ot
ldcapine frl\nt. . . HI 23 35 1I.j0 Unknown.. U (13.A1I1J1'11'.plne r,
: . . :14: 27 :111: 40 ,
; Unknown .
t' 140NW' d . . . 10 2\1\ ..38 $2. 'John Y. nalrll..
Krant. . . 00 21; 35 (1411 Unknown. . . 18UJ tj. .
\ . . 34 :17 811 40
.otNW : 1 4081Yt4ofS11'd1. 1lIt t! .
. JI: 19: 31i JohnY.B-lrd
21
All Ielespine grant . ::11 ::43 M I.jO Unknown . J8 V3
All 21 I . :. ? :U 27 S6" 40 Unknown . 140SE)4of X IOaoteWXjofNEtj.: . 17 ::1\38\ 10 E, Cecil. 1 II
(except a lying Hot) DelI NV4 . . . 34 27 31110 Unknown... . ,140 .
eedne . \ . Xll1.otliiof NE 3j. arrears ,
22 23
grant . M17 Unknown 1023'I.
1'1 ofNE3j of bW . . 71 21 36 20 Unknown . I
h 3j 9'J for 10Jt( }, .
All rllet'l III n..ll'lplne Itrant. 211 23 3.400 Unknown: . '. 12 Is) . . n 29 38. 10 E. Cl"clJ. ,
X'torl'lW 3 g . . . ::14 27 ::16 10 Unknown. . 140 N6 aofEtjofNE 11
] . 17 :rol 314 ECecil: .
All fral.t'l III Ht'll'lIplne ICrant. SO 23 85 .G.O Unknown. . . J6 IIJ NE .... . 40 6Jt
).ot8Et. : . 31 21 116 Unknown.. . . 140 N6yaof" 8E .of NE .
All fra.t'l In t'leIlne IS :U 30 40 Unknown . . 83. 4ar- --
Krant. SWof SEj. . . at' 40 1
J.ot8 :11 27 140 rears for JJOI1.! . . . 17 20 3S E C..rll. .
. aJ'
2,8,4,8. . 1 31 1:10: Canaveral Club 3 1\.1 ,
IJ!: 41: 1. of SE . .
. '
( 11. . 8.j ::1'7 80 40 Un.known. . 1 40 All of 8E } or NE .} S of land?
]ut" 3 4.17. tJ 9. . . j .
a 2:1: 31 212 Canaveral Club. 5 4:1: Joofl'lw..J: q .
. . . 3.27 8\1 40 Unknown . 140 del 111
a. heed Book IJ '
All fract'1 . . . 4 22 3T 4S0 Canaveral mub. ) .ti. page
JOin N11'3'otISW . . .'. . 33 27:10 40 Unknown . J320t
,j 140S11'
and RH, page 14.. . J'7 SiJ. 28 Ce..1.. .
Lotsito9Inc. . E.
. A 22 37 2\0; Canaveral Club 1141\ ; 2)
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jotSWi4. 33 IT 36 40 Unknown . 140 All ..
' or ISE ,( ot E of S lands
Lots Ii O. 7 . . . .
. 6 12 37 lOll Canaveral Club 2 81
SE: Saof IS\\ }j . . . 3J 27 30 ,0 Unknown . 140NE1 d..1 In
Lots 1,2,3. . . . . 7 2:1: 3T 110 Canaveral Chub. 3 03 811 Deed Book Ii. page
of SE . .
. no 40
;, 3 27 Unkno\\n. . 140 320 .
:NE '4. .. . . . . . 8 2:1: 31 100 Canaveral Club : 4 2:1: and RR page 14. .rrnrl I I
All frart'I. . . . . \I 2:1: 31 .HO Canaveral Club. 1083' \11'tjofSE3 . . .I. . 53 7 80 ,40 Unknown. . . 140S11.14of for 11100. .. . . J'7 2D 38 28 E Cecil . .
!Sl(: . . . $6 40 1N30aotNEjof
. 8.'i 21 Unknown . . 140 .
N34)aofNEj of SEyj. . Z.Cec1L. .
n 2D 30
All fract'I. . . 38
. .. . 10 2:1: 8T 154 Canaveral Club 4 fMI ot .
SEf! .
80 40
I'E..S: . ,136 27 Unknown : . 140 SEarrean .
All (except SE )i. . . 11 2:1: 3T 5:17: Oan.veraIClub. Jj 86 a. .. //1!
Lot . . .
. . 1 11 37
331. Ala\hu.AbatractCo 1 114 tor 1111.11'1 .. . . .
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All fract'1 . 11 238\ 30 E. Cecil
. .. hI 2:1: 87 7S Cananral.Club. 2 21! Jot 4. . . ... .
. 87
AlachuaAboItractCo 164 S
.: t:\\' J j of NE ;j and Iota I 2. 3. J,27 66r ]0 a of :N' U a ofV } ot tE! S
W ) of XW I.i. W 2 of8W 'i, .' .". . .. ..... ... 4
17' Hunt.
4. //I./ ;.i'o. U 2:1: 37 S05 Canaveral Club 7 84 and of 29 38 10 A, O.
Sl1 lV
$
4" 2 273T 200 W. l1. IL Gleaaon. 1023
.
All tract' . . . .. . 15 2:1: 37 420 Canaveral Club 10n '' '' NS a ot SIStoCNW' U of6E I
1.0111, 2 3 . .
. . 3 27 37 U& Glulon Bro .4 00 754
Lot 1. . . . . J.j as d"l In Deed BOOk RU"
.' . . 16 2'J 31 71 Canaveral Olub. 2 29: Part ot Iota 1 and 2 dee In 1
.1 Ljof: O . ,. . . 2J 22 ST 80 Canaveral Club. 234 Book J. I'l.'d }pagelli. . . . n ..J 38 II &IcK.nna
3-9. 3
111 page . 4 6'21 37 Nra.C.B. McBride 2'17 NbaofS15aofN\V l of SE U.1.
tract'L 22 37 3.27 Canaveral Club 8 141111fract'1 ias
:: : : : : : : :, : :: : : : : : : : : ; 22 87 305 Canaveral Club: : : : 7Ml Part Book of(lob 1 and 2 des In Deed 13 des In Peed Book$Rpage 1 ,
i(1pae41. . . IS 21 37 D. W. Tuttle . .
4SO:
frarL'I 141. .r.al"l'ra for 1901 . 17 I 0) _
. U 2:1: 3T .Ju: Canaveral Club 10 M ; 38 5 JMciCennaContlnued :
of ;
:SEj of X): } . 6 20! ,
S' .i. 21 8T : Unknown. . . 1)2
..;\.2 and 8. . . . 2\: 22: 371M Canaveral Club :3 J 64i IS :. of 8F. t of XE Ji, arrears
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EAST COAST ADVOCATE TITUSVILLE.! FLA. JUNK 26: 1908.Sccft 3 4

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Qi! ( > OO O--=- <> <><>(:'()<>O THE RACCOON. TITUSVILLE FLORIDA. 1 I IDlti

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I V1:1V1'ION o : OWNER, ; si 8j
In It. HkkHs This Animal Greatly Reaembles -
.t Cmttfofon strengthens enfeebled A Favorite Spot In a Favored el uS
the Besr.
:g Secton Famous a FadOullnued :
8 nursir :,- 3tl.*trs by ipctawing their flesh and A coon seems to l.e a composite snlBill. Coast-The of Florida.East M

made up of parts of Mar fluher tech l'RI'I.: .

nerv" < sod monkey, with considerable devil S 10. ot'iW t. tlf SE t : 11 "I 8M IItJ, Ceell I. . 1 0ta
g thrown in for luck says a writer In ON THE'BEAUTIFUL INDIAN RIVER 10a of 'iW '" ur 1'1-: !4, are ..

: It provide! baby with. 11!.e necessary fat Forest and Stream II* Call use his .rl'l'.r.ltor. Ite11 1. . . . 11. 211 84 10 R': 1.II. ? . . I 04

tore paws. handily ss a monkpy, sad WjofNEl4ofNWttE13aof : .
of Tttu.vlll U situated oa
Th town!
'
'
y of NW t or NW .
and mineral food fcr healthy growth. what b* cnnnot noJo with his handsbe Co FlorIda Ba lt Coast Railway. lit .11.11.tj: 1\: a of X t. of 1'1\\'tj t l. .

I can gnaw off with bis teeth As miles couth of Jacksonville 145 mlln of NW 14 . . . 11\ a II 3't B41 ('. 1'. l'IAtt. . S4I\' .... a
1 ALL DRUCCISTSi 5Oo. AND I.OO.. tf Miss "Iurf -CbarlM EgbertCradJocksajs north of Palm Beech and 212 miles A 1\1\ a of I'EV: ,.f n. It '1i.III: 38: III unknown . 2 SINE

OOO O OO } la one of her stories b* baa "a north of Miami. The TltuavlUa brine: t.. . :tf' :!III": Ifill( UllknowlI. . 7 1\1\ sN'a
O 60I tliEtjandSfitjofslto ::11; 11\1\ 8t J2I1 'lIkno". .. I(5)N (
I r. -- -- great deal of heat) utiifBuji" Any one of the defunot Jacksonville, TamVa A I I. of FE t4 and &.F.5: utlE Iterresrsforiit's

Professional Cards. who dl twllovi'. ID original sin had better KyV.st IbIUro.d. now controlled by ". . ::13 lI1: 3.4 1lIi: Unkuowu . . 190
1 :NohcfI. keep I raccoon for a pet or try the Kkirld Bait Coast Railway\ Co N It or'I/ ).: i4 ftllli SR" : t." uf SEd. '

trapping on*. alj runt Into the town.-Uil. being the tI. arrears fur 11IIU . sa 21'! :dK h'O Unklluwn . . t 3f} ;

1 M. BOBBINS NOTICE hI.Saf HFRKBY dne! I shall GIVEN!:apply THAT to a SIC'U. In cnptl lty raccoons are very cleanly terminal point of that branch There NW '.tlf'lW! '4' . . :Ulll: aM tG Unknown. . 9: 81 '

tl: CEO. Wells.,, C..uat Julj1'8 or U..v.rd county. I often "'u blng their hands and always several trains arriving dally from M tO a of 1'1 U tj . 10 :to 38 1111 Mrs' U. 11. McBride :9 Ift :
for a duel HIM har MI xluiliilntreviir vt the are a... dt's l III 1 ptv'd> JI"OIk 0. page ,
:
ATTORNEY AND COUJfSKLpn!>> 1"1 Rita. of Mm, : /WALTER. ftrlmli, washing every kind of food except Jacksonville and Sanford during" the ::1:1:) ? 20 :Ik) :But I& .'. I.. lIto'h..II . 1 91

, ATLAW.Vlll 8WEKVEV.NOT1CK1S eggs before enttag They know .eatouAt I R a. des in I'etl Book 0. page/ '
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all about fcm' without any tt-ncb'j I the county teat of Hrt>v nle<>uy' :30. IIrrl'lIft1 for UIIMI . 2\J ::111:1: >4 .1 F. I.. lltrl.11. 1 04IAt

I \ practice In State and United States' :N 0 lieI'. I ing. One will take II hen's egg slid ty. It liaj a court house! and modern 11. . . :fli l :all 3\1\ II Ullklll1WH. . ., 11 iii

(Court. lying on bin backA 111 toss It' up ami jail building with rarely over two or Lots Ii. 111. 11. 12. 13. Grant $l'O 37
catch It .. It It were a ball outll lot>- I I I (I 1"leulingirant/ :10: 81'1 bl J. Wngrltdl . 1 JI(
I Office at TITUSYILLE FLA. I r .1IKKH1MjV, TIUT. THE coming tired of tbN aiuuseuient. be three lntnte The population It over Lola ii. 10. 11. 1.1.: 1:1: Grant !Sea tI t l lFleudng
a< OuardUn of NU Mad
*r a minor will I iplT to the Hon Minor Day. will hold It In the left band and by 1,000 Illness la m rare that ODe doe-I' (llrant arr.ftrlfill' 87 t
L. GAULDEX, s. Jon..JMlge.t< ; Urn, l licutt Guurt In and for: It nail will I tor In town nude ample) time to 111011 . . 30: as t3 J. I.. (OInjrlldl . 1 711
Hrcvaril ('mintf, Kli" "rlil... In vacation. 1'ltn. tapping llfhtlytlj one .
D. l nn Lots ii. ID I 112,1.1 tlrant SeO IIFlellllllg
Xotarv .
.. Justice of the Potifemnd I
., drill
.I'a..r i wherever tnl.l. Judge may heat a small hOle In one end and ben dratlt\
IS ATTORjrar-AT-LAW, the time, umii| the Htlt dar of July, IM.M or .< lice be u4d.a attending to hit arrears for 37lIM11
suck the Its holding capacity
8Ot.n tliBrtwrtor. >|.|"illcation ca'.1 Ixi h..rl., for contents I 311 4M ::1J.: J.. Olnjl'rlh'h . 170Lnt.
In all the Courts of the State leav. to sell 1 at the umllvliled unit Is coiifUlernUle, at r"hsvu known practice. while the other flnut; tiu. I'I 2A0llrant '
J Will practice i :Internet .\\a e".i'\-: ::; : I : 2cl. :27. :I : !leO 87(11"lemlugIiraut
of add M l
,t Florida, and the United !States! Courts I to the following ilmcrllwil real er.estate t minor., Ui nit In and; a tarn one which cot loose to kill a''! 1'01ntln'". I ::111 ::1i'4' \ :13 J. Wn/otrlt.'h/ . l..iJ ,

t f.O) Box 230. TiT UBV1U E, FLA. Thirteen ((13)) acre* more or lent ill Hpctloiii S3 sitting ben and luck thlre>n eggs. In I Around Tltuavllle ar* a number < Lola ::1\: ://11. n :lM.11:/ (1rRnl !Ne0 '.. I.' I
and Merrltf.114. r<>*i..blp :3e, Oouth.. Range S7 lUnt. on this cane thirteen was an unlucky I! line orange grov*. and vegetable. 0\ "I..mlng( (lr5nt. arrl'RrIr.lr a'7 I.

" dencrilad Nand l by tortes, llrvranl Arid I IH county>UIII|>, in ria a,deed as fully recorded numlKT for the owner of the hen : farm.. 1101 . :111) :3t 23: J. Olnlr\t'h\ .. I 711
T. 3 WEBB, In Iovil H I ; Florida. 1I..d Keourdi.
4 r. I I 11\ 'Io'mlug (irant. arresre fur ::17 2
ATTOU.VEr.AT.LAW tWill 1'KAllL: JKNNKSS, where they catcb frogs and pick up dean River, and the favorite point fur 1\1111\\ . . . 811J: 1S J. IHngrltl'h . 1 711 y(
ij in the Courts of the 7th Onurdlan of t-la! Mal Pwyor, a minor, undnr some dead 811h. An their habits they I fitting out and starting of numeroutcrultJng Lilt 27 Unlit 1'\-0\ 7 'll'lIIlnlf

Io ult.practice Taxes paid for Don.ro ldent.Dd Kiirn ietten>Kat*of'.(Onnrt)u rilln In anil hli> for Inured the(out'minty of and the greatly; resemble (team, and like bears parblea during our balmy winter Grant . . . ::111) :3t 6 Ullkllllwn. .. :. ... 011Init j
4 rents and accounts collected. State of New Vork.tleo. they eat any kind of flesh or flub and months; an everything necessary to 28 (1runt. See 7 l"t'1II1111C! t#

M. Robbins' Attorney 4J5Xotlco : most sorts of berries, nuts and grnln: Brent . ::10 I SR 6 Unknown ;' . n 00I..ot )
I comfortably equip a pleasure yachtcan
FLORIDA.
4 1TI1IVILLE. but unlike heap, they do not remain 20! butt Nee 1 Flemhtg

steadily In their dpus, but often at I here be obtained at the Bloat rt"a- Grant . . no Sit It Unkno" . . 011 .
qt Publication. enable prices This la vldonce\l! by Lot ::1:1: Unlit Men 1 )
5 FleOijng
w
TEPHEV E. FOSTER any time In winter when there In a :
u the fact that the same .parties have ('rant . . . .10 .11'4 1\ Iinknown ; . 00Lut
\
warm spell or a thaw, they will com
ATTORNET-AT-LAW THE CIRCl'IT COt'RT OF TUB' BEV.entn been coming here Inn11111for\ many :31,. ClI'IInt l4trt 7 tlI'lIIltllft1rlllt ;
Judieiai winters 'purpoMt.
;. Jyal-Upohurcb HulldlJACKSONVILIK (. .Jax, Hravard County. into open water to dig for frogs Lot M Ul'llIt toot't1 7 Fleming .

FLA. J. K. "McDowell Enforcement of I.len. A number of times when there were any other point along the East UUllt. . . . . ::10 n8 1Unklluwn.. . . 110
ij VI. f Order of PublicationaKaiimt several feet of snow I have caught Coatt Lot 30 ( rant l 1'4..0 'l Fleming '
Robert Vdward; DanlalIN Robert h.d-\;
ward: Danlil them In traps set for otter both In To the ,outhe iit of Tltutvllle
it f-\ A. STEWART, To Robert Edward Daniel Defendant In the springs; and, In water too swift to I wide sweep of salt water bay (about I 1.00li: (unlit 1'11'0 1 1.It'mllllC
abuvecaunt Urant . . ::1t1'8H II W)
a freeze: Although I never trapped coonspurposely she miles In width), formed J>y the wa ? HllkIlUWIl" . .
t FIRE: INSURANCE It appearing. by an affidavit filed In this reuse I Lot 314 OrRnt Sea 1 "I..IIIIIJIC .
that your whereabouts not known, and that txTHime they are not worthIt ten of the famous Indian River Here Grant . . . . IItI 314 b Unknowll. . . OU
7( Represents only strong and reliable you Now are, over tlmrclore twenty, It one.is .rh.1 Fenn of sire hut, eU you>. enter I have caught them In traps set fishing, wild durk hooting, tailing Lot III Cll'ftllt' 'H" 2' 'Ia'lIIllIjl i

companies your appearance t<> the bill Semi' In the alx... for nearly everything eille. One of the and rowing can Jlt indulged\ In to the t1Ullt. . . . 3t1:1: 1Uok.luwn., . . 00
Office corner ralm and Pine Streets. c.u.e aiave.urtat'Irtueviila all'llnat011.. In the. (Flurldsui'lark'. immure or ot before the most comical sights I ever saw was a hcart't content of the most fastldlouiportanian Lot 54 Grant //41'(1 T M9elning 1

:< the B.d day or AlIlllllt. A. II. Ilan Dleaa yon large coon caught by both fore feet In a (]rant . . . . . ::10 3'4 Unknown . . .W ;
&< TI1U8VlLpr: :, FLORID.f defend value the Hili ot Complaint III be ta- bearer trap II.. wee stranding on his In direct I.flt tt3 Grant Neo 1 nt'11I11I1C .
On the beach nearly a
f ken &It oOI.re"1'. by you. and the 'ause wllip.leal'Irte. bind feet turning the trap first" one ocean (Grant . . . . 3tll1'4: 8 U11knowiu . . \\t
line east of Tltutvllle t* Canuer-
61 It Is direct*! that this order be published In and then another teeming to be Lot 84 (irant. tlt'o T 'It.mllljl
HARRY aPHY8ICIAJT-, UTLEY, the KAKT OAST AHMMJATK, a weekly) newitpa- way bad al., Club, surrounded by over 10,000 llrant . . . no 88 1Unknuwn. . . 00LotIH4 )
I: per publluhed at Tltinvllle Hrevard oiiimty, studying whet It was that caught acres of land. Tills property It owned \ Or.llt t\'Q.'l l'lenling'

A bURQEOK.TKTUSVILLE Florida, ,with once at a little week delay for .eight. may oonneoutlveweeks be) that a hull by tome of the most prominent and Grant. .. . ,. . so 54' 8 UllknowlI. . . OUi' i
7 I copy be posted at the I onrt honne dimrorHrevard -
county wllliln twenty dale. from this Cone and ordered at the (IB,k'. oflloe of the twuth to hunt very winter.
p, :, .FLORIDA.U above court at Tltnuville Florida this the t: ,
The cool refreshing, health ( rlvlog, ]!: -v. 1I.k.LL: :
d.'OfAlay.D I 1's's.': A. A..K'I'KWART\ The 10 e'Cloek tins Was Suggested by .
.. clerk Circuit Court Hrevard CoK. .
( 81 oeone-laxlen breezes weftexl across from '
L Webb A try for Complainant.OT8 the Indians Tax Collector Brevard' Florida.
3 GENERAL DIRECTORY. the Atlantic Ocean and the broad bay County,
The most original and primitive way
. are one of the most enjoyable feature .. .. .. -
-, Kf marking n boundary was probably --- - -
,2ttai t r'M Sale. of Dido and her colony nf this phenomenal location
i IT.a. BEVATORS.P thnt Queen
(I, !' ...... . ....... .. .Jacksonville. when they stipulated(\ before the rOOl\I.1( I There It a large area of primeval
H. MAllory,. . ... .. ... .. ..reniaoola. log of Cartbnge for as much land as forest and prairie land beyond the WHEN THE POSSIBILITIES
\DEIt AND IIY MRTIBOir A FINAL I
U. B. COVORE88MKV.!! : U rti 'ree In foreohwure said tale, I inanrd nut could be Incloaed by a bvll'a bide. All northern southern and western boun-

j rank Clark.... .. .. .. .. .... :. .Lake City. of the Llronlt Court for the Seventh Jullolal tribe belonging to the infancy of ,I dance of Tltutvllle, awaiting the advent .
j .I\I'arkman... .. .. .. ....... ( Circuit of Florida. In and for HravardCounty
p 1.III.aLam..r.| .. ..... .... ... ...711outloel.o, I ) Florida" In a cause therein dpp n I wherein the Indian RIver Stale Hank, a corpora| reckoning I i fertile aoll 'which now abound la
! U. 8. LANi OKFICE. atOmuaderIii. lawn: of tlorlila la cnnipUlii' I
p. (.S. ('htilih. .. ... .. .. ........ ..f.HelHU) .r.blelili ant and 1 la M Hector: Jonathan K. terry, From a point near the mouth of the I I I game Here can be found quail snipe, Are taken Into consideration land hero
6. Warren, ..... .. .. .. .. ....Kecelrer.Ottloes Hoonre. Neleon. Mentor K: H. II.time*, Canhltir. Mlnml rher Extends northwest through turkey and deer hunting to suit the: cannot be said to be expensive althoughit
at Oamesvllle Florida. I for toe tine andlwndtt' of the Krvvard ( oiintr i I I ,
But hank Inaan M. Apl.el| | l Mark. H. Hi'haul, Indiana a boundary known as the rnodt ardent buntimtn. does cost to do the first
KXECLTTIVE DEPAHTMBNT.pnlenn tliaa Aiipnl and H (t. A'.1s' l partnerii trading "10 o'clock line." This. h one limit of I \ something clear-
II. Rroward ...... ........Ooveinor.i aa Apiwl, iVrsohaul j| the C, H.: twr.tlolil R, Kera ;.. *cor tribe bad J' Tit II vlll. Las shelled Mr'letl.eoo ing. After the, land is in condition for cul-
I'lay i Crawford .., ltste.4V IliitfU 1', Innman John A. Smith and an Indian grout When the tr4o llhta, a reliable bank a mammoth
.Kn w? ....:, ...:::::.Seoretuyof: urer.i lartimrn, trading' aa Innmttn: agreed to ('\'lIe.! portion of'their territory about 110 tivation the succession of that
i' '''.H. Mils: .... .. .. ..Attornef-O. neraJ.ioiiioi Smith I V Co | JuliunB. thinner 1 tiiuiitiel. Kudrtand raw mill, employing crops may
:. Lrooiu,..... ....... . ,t Mtten.iM .r| Otto Frlu and ItUh- for the purpose of marking out the
I v.\I: 11.Iloway..Supt.Publio. Inntniotlon and rritz uain..rR, t..UIlIl aa Frlu Hrntlicni I very store In hem occupied by tip- Profitable be
it for
Clifford K. Foster' .... ...AdJiitanMKneral C). H.Aahuieurl.aaeieuutoroftheentaleof John ground. A surveyor was pre e> and to-date rnArcbants; a Board of Trade crops may produced ten
I bn Bradford..Burveyor-Oeneral. (Clark dorraiwd. once senior Partner of the late bad mounted bin compass and telescope months in the after the other
1. K. Kane,.. . .. .. ... .... Slate Chemist arm of John Clark Bon &< C x> | the C'onxilldaled tripod The bead man of I five ,white churches large fisheries, year, one on

t m..t Amos Ultioet .'Tallabaeeee.; : : Florid N.tae Examiner. Onoery'o.acr."ntlonI and.r,O,UhrlHttiuher.aradKfandanU: | WII lam: 8. Whitman I( will. the tribe on a went up to the a tanning extract and palmetto fiber the same land. Clearing{ costs money, labor -
Hell atpubiicsmile. In front of the ('....rt IIOUM an Ice factory law. and real
factory costs fertilizers
(1'I cost
Inllruwent..I
SUPREME COURT JUDGES. house door at Tltoavllle, Florida, between. the stared steadily at them money, money
Division A. Ingal hour of sale, to the highest and "best bid' grunted and returned estate office, an opera house a well- but the returns are large certain and prof-

t !torn* M, Hhiu-kleford .. .. .... Chief Justice Uer for Utah on the about the council flr. Not a word I organized band, shooting club Jarg4 ,
Junes B. WbltH .ld, !Wben' Uwkrell. FIRST MONDAY It JULY A. D. lone\)( was spoken by any one. Boon another and comfortable hotels, besides a itablo. Come to Titusville and look the

Division H.k the tame being the nth day of old month, Indian arose walked sedately to the I number of boarding house tn various fiolui over. We have some of the finest
.renwlrk Taylor .. .... .tI.,. and a legal ..1.. (day the following ilpniiritieil. I t,
H Ilium A. ooker, Chas. B. Park. real estate ulltiated. In the ninny of Hrevard Instruments gravely examined them, parts of the town hammock land in the state. Call upon
, t and KtU of KlorliU, or ao much thxrvof aa .will grunted and returned to his place by The facts as presented should have
FLORIDA LEGISLATURE suffer paid darrra and oonM t>..wits I Morgan & Walton and seo what they havo
'; H Hiiilnon' Miami .Senator.C ConinipncliiK at a margin of Indian River I lethe the Ore. Tills example was followedby a tendency to direct the attention of .
I >atilt.Jouael'Ituerlll.Repreeentauve.CIRCUIT : : ::: ; ;;; Southeast comer of lot No 1, In blink 14, aa half a dozen others, after which a many prospective visitors to our cosy for sale.
shown on a nlat of the town of Melbourne, and 1 II
COURT now on. sin In the oflh e of ore Clerk of the Circuit short consultation was held town In making their plans for the -- -
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'hu"r,8. .. ..Circuit Judge. Court of Hrevartf. County Florida, and The chief then approached the whit *
I I' .C. Joue8\TltunUlec.\ .- Attorney. thence Wert on the. South line or old lot: tn the b 9 I winter ,
, j | ring: Terra-Fourth" Tuesday In Maroh. Southwest corner of naldlot. thence North mess 'That what Indian know" We have a fine Masonic Hall IDTlftisvllle T. 3P.LiA.TT OA.KKOXJIL.
''.ll furnj or mid lot twsnt sight fart small circle the
line
-ITourth Tuesday in October. aloud tha Went said drawing a on .
where Indian Iliver Lodge ,
South line of said ,
thence East parallel with the
COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD. lot to the margin of laid Indian River, theme ground with a stick. "That what I No, 90, P.* A.M., Indian River Chapter Successor to MASON M, CLA11K CO .
:R\. Walker. Superintendent. .. .. ..Tltus'llle"omlwn.K. along margin of said river to the point of heirln.nlnit white man know" drawing larger : < ,
i 11 I H. Arnold Malabar) n. 8. !Singleton with riparian r |r'l( dated alan all the the 4th rltarlanrlichti 'ilav I of circle round the first "TUls what no- Royal Arch Mason. PrtenAshlp \\VIIOLIHAL COMMISSION MKHOIIANT.
mentioned In a of Eastern Star :
11 Order
Turubull. No.
toooaj, A. J. Carter Chapter }
Au cu ,|lose, in'recordad In Book "I. on pafftiKM body know, he added fainting to
COUNTY CoMMI Hravard Deed Record and Tltutvllle Camp No 141, Woodmen
SIONERS. and JM of County what lay without the last circle I
R. A. rnnkllng\ .chairman Tlllman I J. M. JOIIV: HENRY, of the, World, and Indian River API'LEH. I-KAKS: jSjERte .. Cable Address
"White know that Indicating
**". Incilanola RiMTlal ManMrP. man 1'EAc'n's' ) .
Tltuavilto H
John Mlot )
I 11 i Robinson. : City I'oluq f. J. Oooksliutl, Le J. Webb, Attorney for Indian River Slats the Instrument. "Indian not know It. Lodge No. 103. Kn rhts oT Pythias, OKIDA. JmlxS' & $ & '"oiAriiuiTHKwroBr*

R K Bank. Indian know the sun. lIe never cheat111w meet regularly ,.... --- i
rect.gottar. 1tI..looi. bell lint Monday In each -- '--- ---'- always aamo. Him tbrow shad :, Also a city telegraph office and express < (WAPK7KUIT) ,

I BRKVARD COUNTY OFFICERS. qa.u.w w w.waeuw aernwwarawnr. ow. Indian give white tnnn land one delivery; a carriage and wagunaitop 1'lNKAl'PLKI 207-Si! l WiwhlDKton St.

1 I' R, Jll.o", Tltusvllloi' .... .Ootinty Jurtra. FLORIDA CHAIR FACTORy side." !I and a Un and sheet Iron, shop AND .,
i.nsal.knTltusrllel ... .. .Proe) Att NEW YORK.
I I1 J ; *. '*wsrt:Tltus; lll ,!:: ,. ...:County Clark.I S Jlhil Out 35.000 Clwlrt Direct I.Cu rawer After long consultation It was decided The East Coast Advocate 1| published SOUTH Kit V VKOKTAItLKH
S \. H. llall TltU..IIJ..T "_.....r.I' .d8 W' Hail.Tltunvlne....... . ...TaJ folJeotor.) every -
'nHHnry, Tiesvllle..Tnuurer. in wtiltb the sun would cast a glance through Its advertising column

R.o' 'walker" Tltu.Tllle. ...Superintendent. e;L:1f +IV.sa shadow from an agreed |>olnt at 10 I you can easily see who are the prominent P. Ruhlman & Co.
Tltusvllle. County Surveyor. ..
P, I.: : ; o'clock should be mail tie boundary,
.. Mr. nTltiiBvllle;:.::: :: ..,. .. Hhfrift. i sob I merchant of our town-men whoA
S. Norwood. Tltusville,Rag latratlon OfficerTITUSVItLK the white man taking the land on one
TOWN COUNCIL. tara s. side and the Indians keeping that *n I are up-to'date cltlsens, and'bo ire 2A1 Washington St. I t NEW YOHK.U3MurJI&JtltrM .
asking for your patronage. Read the X. Y,
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RR, Wllaon, N. the other. Th other boundaries of
\ mayor
red let M =: lt.'X't ads on carefully
rnllnetorl J. the concrBslon were thorn of the original I every page very
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ro'.I..hn
; lI..nn.taa o. A. Stewart
rl of the Adyecttt 'WillI
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r, burn,. lJ.ii. I'rIICl/uord. P. J. Hall grid F.I territory of the tribe supplemental Samplecopies
1 V council meets ant be cent, free, to any part of the Unit
I ..O x Such lines hate been frequently used .d States upon application/: ,

i TIT18VILLI BOARD .TRADB. In concluding bargains with the Indiana The Sterling Hotel la practically t

i I't 2;;M.'luilibias G, ";w preotdcntiJ t"r. Meets M. Dlxun.second: traae-Wedas4r ALarI Nri .t111 n.l and nave become known aa "10 new, having been entirely febulltmany and Florida Fruits Our Specialty.We .

I nUht In snob month at their footiis.CO Wuva''.4+a .. se.n..INwbl.aa. o'clock !linen."-Mlnneapolls Journal. more rooms added dining room

I ; I : hr.. Kl 4M (1.Ir.Ga.alirr.raeeDINING enlargedplasxas erected and all mat- lepreaent several of the largest shippers In your State, and wish to repreaea

Unique School If R.llglon.' era convenience Installed ; and hat

1' EXPERIENCE YEARS A school of religion to Ie located atAnn been completely ,refurnished ACOOODmodatlona JOq .1.11. lire!l us a trial shipment KstablUhed 80 years h;

Arbor, Mich, In connection with) are of the best. .
flAIRS the University of Michigan and to present -I The Tltutvllle Livery Stable has a -

t ww+.a, I Jhe study of religion without sectarianism flne lot of horses and rigs, and pay _' E .aKUI THIH ffOU l3 IN MIND -

or even the giving of favored I pedal attention to the tourist and the w
4 nwr..rvn.a. place to Christianity wan advocated
.Dortsman.The .
1 b" the other day by Professor U.TVenley Tltutvin Graded High Schoolhas
i' TltADC Mamas ..wrta..,rY of the department of philosophy 'HEYSERBALTIMORE
DESIGN. r r.r.MNw./ an efficient corp.: of teachers. all
of the University of Michigan\
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: A-- bOFTXiaMTSI AC. of whom toM first.grade teaeb.",' ee(-

**.. +?i iU""n::*one..k.en0aa*'h and p..6.th.r"MMMInn. BIST anI 6+c ><1.ZS7r.r Mrs. 8. L. Dowse., of Wajro, W. Va, tlflcaUt, and has a school term o{

u. ',s sty: P".b.by ennnesnt .I.M SINOBCnII 1 =:::.= w ,..,, raw sat writer "! wait sufferer from kidney eight montiWk Here the children are MD.
o'..u"a 014Ntag.n rr Iur a..vri4lyawne, -:-=: =::.rrrw ; diseaa. so that at times I could Dot get given Instruction and prepared for college ,
M'.e taa.n tan : ...... M.wlwn :z::::;. ......:r=*...--. I out of bed and when I did I could Dot
I Scientific Atnzrkan. .:... + r--- ... _'-. PIoooo6o. '' stand straight I took Fole,'. Kidney course, under good moral condition COMMISSION FRUIT & PRODUCE ;

Remedy. On dollar bottle and part of and association.

& d".I'01..01...... ...1I1y. tannest rah. FLORIDACIIMR.oaMm.rwtawtrmlatetesswrrwerN. rta the second cured me entirely" Foley The Falrobarst Is another hotel opened RELIABLE PROMPT, UNSURPASSED FACILITIES.WM. .
) r' .n of aa7 _.nu.u.wens. or...... N y Kidney Remedy work wonders where In Tltnsvllle. It Is nicely located near PRATT ST. WHARF BALTO., MD.
MUiNNr& r3 :: others are a total failure Tltnsvilla the 1/'. E. Q. R,. IU.tJOD. and I I. fitted HEYSER, ,
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nxerr COAST ADVOCATE, rrruflviLLE. FXA JUNE 26, ID08.t .

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J.&xu PBITCHABD President; F. 8.
PROHIBITION GROWS. OFFICIAL RETURNS BATTLE, Clcaprw' ,
BAST COAST ADVOCATE.OrMMT R. W. II A ILK, Assistant Cashier


waI.LyJDO/rILDIWtIDtoTo. Daa6. 1 here can he no doubt that the

WOETHABD Or. tea uiNOAlirasAVssorioirs.PUBLISH INDIA* B.ITSB, !.*... prohibition sentiment It growingby BREVARD'COONTY DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY. INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK

leap and bounds in the United
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VBIDAT.Kutcred States and there are indicationsthat COUNTY DEPOSITORY.
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the near future will\ witness ,
HELD JUNE 16TH 1908. Authorized capital, $1 i oo
,cor
"t the rostofflce/ at Tlt .YIII.. Florida, the enactment of sumptuary legit- ::: Paid up capital. -
$25000
u .Mound-olu matter. latlon of n much more stringent 4I : Average deposits' $20o'.ooo: I
character than tbat hat thus (
any .b isCANDIDATES
PropleWr. e r I tl
H. WALTOH,Editor A: n. = "t ..
AatE far found place Jn the statute :: :
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Member of the Florida...... JUsoclitlon.8u book the Boston Courier. ., ;g A ; ,Q.Q a ,,, .. .E '; a -! fi Transacts a General Bankin
",-a"ys c .. So: = 'i: :! I: '" .. ; : '

B.a.y Wlww I1f..., ,.. |>t.Composing Room 'Ibe. Prohibitionists are greatly c c = o. F Easiness.
elated over the sucrets they have -
U. Senator/
Reading notice. In,1001; column front |>"K. attained In the last year and one Y. n. Hrowllrd . 22L 89 12 41! 41 to J.I I o 17 11 13 712118Dunnn ; tl Largest and Oldest Ban on the
10 minus for Ilne.Retes display advertising made known cm of tbe leadt re. in a published statement !. U. Fletcher. IIf"'IO III 14 21 7 7 1 II .J 3,134; F Riy8Kicbanf
*' : : his declared that the saleol Dole t.o Nat 11..," Oon- J.arge f : bought and sold ,'n all r. ,?_
All a of ailv rtlit 21
.lIpul.teilln a coiitrwt. r rtl/*. not known to u. Max ?,1. Brown, . 11:11: <1 6 III :1:1: : 10 7 0 0 II 7 139A P..lron&ge appreciated' .
will be required to pay for advertising iu a4- law in every !State: In the Union In C. Clewla. . 8 18 ::1 14 II 4 2 2 2 2 2 II 6.8 treatment.and every favor Prompt consistent sentr r.'Ih
tsnes Irinoontlnnanyi. of adrU. roust b*made personally lUll than three years I Charles .. Eaton. 8 2ft 18 10( II 5 5 II 10 I't 2 1118'i/ '! C settrauv* banking muitoU elU l-*
,I at thla ofllee or by writing. There It ground for this belief. A. S. 20 1" 20 17 10 1 813 8 I 8 2: 7,1":11,, : CORRESPONDENTSEmpire
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I. Alabama it now a "dry" ttate- n. 11. 8:1: 4 211 U It 7 5 2 .3 4 II 21111JJ .,. Trnst Comnan.; ez lima 11'1)J
New York, .
/ The| six EAST months COAST TfcU.ADVOOATS To Foreign) .. 11.80 Countries2.00 pr annum made to by a law which was patted F, to 19. J 37 '11) 21 18.9 7 9 0 2 4 1 71142T TheatllDulvatloD.l Jacksonville]tank, Iris of' .Juk"nv, : k.

| per annum. Subscriptions Invtrlably ID by the last legl.l.ture-and in the -o 1:4.: 31) II :.11. 20() fl' 6 10 10 'if /I/ I OlU3 r.r .I."USVILLE.: FLA.
Bdranoe.CTln. recent elections In Chicago 120 ta- rat :28 8 10 6''C 3 I 5 10 r. It 6 4
loom were put out of business, and Frank. / 35 3 10 II G 3 4 4 :2 6 4, 1100, -- -- --

tlon of any writing kind,to the the writer ADVCMIATI will oblige for Inform by ..n an ordinance, wblcb probably will! Albert} Mann---------------P: -...7 112 8 U 2. 9 I 5 12 _, 11 1l: 31)6; Motor :Boat Supplies

closing B .Un>i>e the council making another sectionof For ( e.
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Cheeks,Poitufllo*Onlera,Kto.ahnuId be ms/d the city, a mile square in extent Royal 73 I 9) 37 26 0 J i 0 1\:\ 0 0 J 4 8228W. Mail: Order HOUSo.
paysblstoCIAILS.H WALTOIT.proi,r lei or. K. IT 10 1" 10 3 5 8 11 8 :2 I 83
completely dry. About 75 towns For Co.: l : .I

Address all oommonloatloni to In Connecticut voted for no licenseat 1'. 1. 814 . 4. MO. EVERYTHING For your boat and engine at liberal discounts from Hit\
V. .. .. . \ prices. The TRADK supplied RIOHT.
BART COAT A1VOCATE.TITO.YILLI tbe last election, and .a number 21 . II. U Batteries both Shafting. iw
yellers, Edison and
; Dry. Timers
FLOBIDA. of country hotels have already been The above Official Returns of tbe Second Primary practically tbe same ai Coils, Spark Plugs, Carburetors Brass Pipe and Fittings, Deck Flttlozs,V Snarl tee -
clone their door while .
forced to leg Gear, Boat Builders Supplies.
published ID the ADVOCATE: of last week, sod furnished us by ADVOCATK representatives -
be follow
others will obliged to
7. 8. Department of Agriculture tbelr example. Tht southern part at every polling precloot Iu the county, -ATbe BOAT BUILDERS AND FI3II COMPANIES given special dl.counts.No .

Weather Uureau Jupiter, Fla. of the ADVOCATE wishes thank
proprietor : to all of Its representatives for
of Delaware bat adopted a prohibition Pa1m.or
their promptness and accuracy In furnishing Its readers with the result of the eleo- Eng1.n.os:
The following u a comparative state statute by large majorities,
ment of temperature and rainfall!! for tbe while the "wet" majority In Wilmington Jon In Bryvard county while "the bloom was yet on It." arranged to my specifications with \JATKK JACKET HEAD extra sized pump aDd

week ending Tuesday, June 23, 190S. and New Cattle was con. -- --- '-- .. --- .-'-- Make and Break Ignition Is peifectlon for Fish Boats. DUcount allowed,
_Kxm_ -1907- %
OATl. ""I'. MIN. MAX, MIN. sltlerably below the estimate. Under crapotruit: ; and: Orange: Troop.We'llave Lamb: :ngine3s:
17 ft? 71 8J: 70 the law tbe section which went Jump Spark are Ideal for Pleasure Craft.
18 N5 75 J85 75: "dry" can have no further election over'20
10 184 74 H8 00 without another act of the Legislature skilled labor, and our eipeilenoe of over 20 years. S'AVE By writing tor prices berort'llendloll' away. I site yes
to( HI 72 Il0| 7.1 We bud principally on HOUK ORANGE STOCK, but can supply Grapefruit MONEY mone). Give lIIe your trade- J have sold stood
21 Hi 70( 80 73 while the voters in the "wet"districts and some Oranges on other stocks. R from 8roandlDa to Mlatai.Ws .

2J: 85 75 84 75: IDlY make new appeals at FOIL TIIK BENEFIT OP OUR CUSTOMERS ALOXO Till
I 23 8(1( 71 83 73 stated intervals. IN1MAN JtlYKlt, we have established\ a liKANCU NUB6EHY NEAR KOUf o. SN'EDEJSI'J.. JEN'SEJSI', FLA.Ar.llSny .
tj) Totalralnfallfortbewoekt.75IncheiLep.rturefrom The spread! of the prohibition Pierce, where w* have 3 ,OOO choice Grapefruit and Orange trees, budded on /bout:
normal rainfall for the Slock-one and two year bud In floe condition for planting. '
I week I minus H7 Inches. Departure sentiment It one of the social pbe-. HEMKM13ER_tb t In bujlng trees here, YOU T.&K& NO HISK: or BRI.VOINOWIIITK II: : CO., Vtrlfiiitrn: On.
I.I from normal rainfall since Januaj 1, nomena ot the century. The further FLY INTe-YOUR 0110 vie.
minus 0 37 Inches. development of-the propaganda Bend for new desoftptive!' catalogue, with price and full (nfoimdlon. 41 South Forsjth Street

HAL. P. HAHDIN. Oflldal, In obarlle.II will be watched with.deep interest GI.Jflluj1;, >01110U'", HViiiMfl.... -,

in all portions of the country Wholesale and Retail, a<>. Office MIAMI FLA. Complete line of Engines, Boiler, Sit
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I A permit for the construction ot! and bide fair to become one of our Mills 81a1D le -
and
d_ -___ --__ __ c-ccc.___.__ ._ e Stave Machine,
an office building 300 feet high in national ittuet. Unless the men -------1 Edgers, Planers, and all other wood

II Liverpool must be regarded at signalizing who are opposed to sumptuary laws Ponderous Wurihlps. The money taken back to Italy Busila norklng machinery and supplies carried

the advent of the era ol take Immediate slept lo turp back It la said that warships of the and other countries from which the' In stock at the above address, which\\a

skyscraper in Kngland.: Tbe next the on.ru'thlng tide of prohibitionthey Dreadnought type which all naval stream of Immigration has flowed to and bus been our only place of bunloeu

English generation will know the are likely to be overwhelmedand powers are now Inclined to build, may the United States moat freely during for monvtbau"' a quarter of a century
cliff dweller their business" destroyed. be-'declared obsolete after the very first recent Get the
1 years by returning emigrantsIs beat. It will save! you monej
.---- .- trial of them iii) battle, If not before. having a remarkable effect, and If We can supply you. Write forcstslogui.
It has already been shown In firing C -
TUB Cunard people have landed lut bill the signs are not, deceptive on the
pottofllce appropriation
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practice with the Eugllnb monster that
: their $750,000 subsidy from the as sent to the President provides first appearance of a return of prosperity
the effect of the concusRlon In a rapid
with\
shall be overwhelmed
English government based on 'peed simply for proceeding In the future we
Klmulttineou of the
discharge bIg
guns 4TH
new waves of Immigration. It Is related OF JULY
each of the
rate for two new great against the anarchist breeder and orkj havoc with the cipuclty of the
the that
that knowledge some
; turbine liners. Something of the preacher. The amendment to pro. crew on board Some are' disabled I
call for It may be 'due to the appearance titbit the publication of incendiaryor with vertigo and'"others with temporary i emigrants who In a couple of years

of the corporation in the Inflammatory articles was further blind saved enough to carry home with them ,
DOR* .DroHduought'nbnttery
.' market at London with an issue amended by the conferrees an Is TJie as much as $500 In gold ba* created'stremendo
composed wholly of hill ,
f of $1,000,000 mortgage debenture that[ the new provision of law will guns and unless she can use them all I villages every l excitement ablebodled and man that'who In LOW' EXCURSION RATES

I stock _.__ ___4f be as follows : In a crisis her size Is a drawback rather can together
scrape passage money
And the term "Indfoent" within the InUnd.mitofibls .
than a benefit She would be at the to d and will Invade the '
notion hall Includ* mutter of a means > so
f KINO MENKLIK'S: envoy to this charMuir uniting to luolt THUD, murder. or..- mercy of an enemy having smaller '
land.
' I country liven his argument for a ...slnitlun,. guns. promised VIA.

r general return of blacks to Africa The mn who goes tatty the butlnem -
One of the captains ID tbe Russian After having been locked up In arc-
with a statement that Eve was a of promoting the slaughter of :
fleet which Admiral Togo sent to the tic Ice for than Sir
more sixty years
negren and Solomon Moses and others' may be put Intoprlson without bottom so quickly three years ago said nobert McClure's famous exploring
, of color." How the need of a special appeal
Homer
''I' about "gentlemen Helen of Troy Ghengls from the chief executive. that the Incessant rain of six and ship the Investigator, la reported Atlantic Coast Line R B

Khan and Alexander the Great ? eight Inch shells did -the business. Jo'pan's once more afloat The vessel was ,
new mammoth ships carry only abandoned In 1 54 on the northern
a While the Rev. Checizzll. H.Sc.
four large guns and a secondary bat- shore of Bank Land. She Is reportedIn Tickets will be
sold
". to all points south of the Ohio and Potomac and Eu:
Is It he
about
H.A., etc., may at EVER of half the
terjt throwing only
guns good condition, even her supplies
) r well add a few more black diamonds WATCHFUL. weight In metal of the larger guns. and Instrument having suffered no of the Mississippi rivers,,on July 2nd, 3rd, 4th, good returning July Sib, 1 19118

I A to his racial crown. In tbe new ship she I II building there great deterioration and It' Is expectedthat For Pullman reservations, and ,all Information\ call on or write to
A Little Care Save TI- !
'" '- Will Many Is the same f..ature-hen guns for she can be towed to Alaska and \1
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, : GENERAL: A. W. GII.CURIST, with timvlllo Headers Future Trouble. special occasions and smaller rapid eventually returned home Division" 'VV' 1 .1o1; ;,' '

i (. a majority of about 7,000 and 1\Ir.1 Watch the kidney seoretlons. fire guns for prolonged bombardment.A 'JACKSONVILLE Passenger _Agent..,_
t Duncan U. Fletcher, with a lead of See that they have tbe amber hue of pitched battle mltfbt determine the The foreign demand for. American FLORIDA

I 3,000 votes, was; not a bad.ihowing. health ; merits of tbe different types of ships heiresses Is so strong now and the \

r They were both supported by the I Ii' The discharges not excessive or Infrequent and ;yet It might not for most battles supply so limited that It takes a royal

EAST COAST ADVOCATE because we
1 thought they would be "the right I Kidney rills will do this for of countlet used to do. I

I I men In the right place. We have ron. Books Predicted.A ?
i' known Fletcher for many when They they watch are the sick.kidneys and cure them writer Cheaper la tbe current Munsey's The most enthusiastic supporter of Does all Kinds and Description of ;
I. 3.ear8'1 the Monroe doctrine wilt hardly deny
f and our impression It that :
Tltusvllle testimony proves U.Mrs. predicts a sharp tuiuble' In the priceof
be a credit to Florida wlffrt JoKpphlpa A, Lewis, \living In Tltnsllle. books more particularly, novels, that a little coercing may be a good TOb

1\ inside the Senate chamber at Wash suffered Fla.;, say: "For some time I aid says that It U Inevitable. Eng thing for Halt and for everybody PrlY: : tiJl.g: I:'
from weakness of the
n kidneys, concerned.
ington., and action of the seoretlnscanoed .llsb publishers have read! the sign of .,
.1 Irregular '
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me great annoyance. My back the times and now brine out new nor .-.-- - - n -. .. _u .._ ._ h .__
TUB "penny pott" arrangement was also very lame and weak, and I suf- vie at Co: cents, retail price. The writer
with England: not only carries out ered constantly from a dull, nagging
: eaye' that very few copyright novels
.jj the long-desired rate with all Knglleh > pain through n>y loins. I oould not rent In tbls country now reach a sale of OUR GREAT MADE-T .ORDER
well at night, and at times was In such a .50
.. t' speaking peoples, but moats mlseiable condition that I could not attend -, f.0,000 a decided "sluftip" from the 1 3 i

mean a universal 2-ccnt rote .to to my household dutlns. I used "David Harum" and "Eben. Holden" a
/ Europe. Negotiation! bet ween Eng. several remedies but did not obtain much -;
record of 00,000.. SH II-ANNUAL. ;I
rz relief. I flu.I1I..arntttl of Doan's Kidney SUIT SALE
: land and France have been satltfao. Pills and obtained them. They TheV&rtlcle; recalls "Looking Back .
i ,
torily concluded already. This will\ >roved to be far more beneftolttl to me ward" and "Air. Barnes of New York" \

1 give us basis for extension Pot- I ban any other remedy) had previously which bad enormous sales at.CO eutl.It .(,
master-General and Bus.t. 'used. The lameness and soreness across Continues to
k b Meyers Is, argued that the American authors attract hundreds of customers
ton and Ambassadors Bryce and ray back .vanished my kidney secretions < ,
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vhiust aid In bringing about the
t. acted and I feel
regularly now strongersod
KeiJ divide the credit. nut It II.I. better! In every way. I give Doan's revolutlon' n book prices by accepting from all parts of.: the State. Orders are com

i... John Henniker Heaton English Kidney Pills the i credit for this !great smaller royalties per copy and thus A

;,; man, who began tbe missionary change! In my condition." enable the publishers to reduce the retail ing in on every mail and ] scores of
For sale by all dealers. Price M cts. requests r
work whose
ten yean ago, hammer 1 Foster. Milburn Co., Buffalo New York prices. In the end, the writer argues .. .,
I inS hat been 'iTectual. I 1 sole agents/ for the United States. the authors will gain because for samples and order blanks have been received. -
Remember the name-Doan's-and the heavy Increase In sales wit yielda j

THE: world it one step nearer take> DO other, bigger total In royalties.! ,. ;. Already several hundred Suit's have Y J

learning the great secret of which Orange Grove For Sale. ,r)
' II Lemolne assent he manufactured After ten yean the skeleton of the M been delivered, and all have given perfect
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diamonds. The high courtIn Famous Turkey Creek: Orange Grove Maine Is likely to be removed from ,:,

London has ordered the Union : and' Truck farm for sale al a bargain; the mud of Havana harbor: The work A satisfaction.- THE SALE: WILL CON- ;'

of London and Smith's bank: to tor- 200 acres of land, about one mile river la undertaken none too soon. The .; t.

render the packet It has in Itt keep. 'and creek front; several hundred bear country owe at least sepulture In TINUE TWO MORE WEEKS.: ;

ing which contains the formula. leg orange and grapefruit trees; CO acres American soil to tbe men who perished ,II

The application was made on be. ultsble for celery Artwilan well easly In that awful disaster dII

,-. half of the police authorities of driven Flag station of F.XK.? C. Hallway -that +

1 Paris where Lemolne In under bailen known aa ""Tlllenao," on land It really the kaiser Is 11350r'

the charge of defrauding Sir Beautiful place; just suited for winter writing too many letters, but perhaps

Julius Wernher by meant of hit home. Three miles sooth of Uelboarne. the day will come when hU correspondents 111 .113j50

diamond making scheme, and the Apply to D. L. Gauldent Tltusvllle, 1 I can keep tile wolf from the

I', iome of. the Humbert swindle will\ Fla.; or Goode Real Estate Melbourne [ door by selling the confidential epistles IRJ1CKSN'SIILLE

soon have another to match It. Fla. tf for. a round sum la cash. r"
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Rockledge.. TO THE VOTERS OF THE)13TH SENATORIAL F. A., MOnOAN, MANAQIR. CHAS, II. WALTON,

EAST COAST NE"\VS. i .

KJ K Just enough mosquitoes to make us DISTRICT :MORG-.AN; d:; WwA.I TOZ: : T .

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1 Mr. C. II. Hlbbs Is still making rook Fit LOW CITIZENS: I am a candidatefor

Newsv Notes Contributed bv Our Regular i road at a lively rate the State Senate, and stand for The REAL ESTATE DEALERS.Licensed.

cocOOfl of East Mr\ M. C. Salmon spent Tuerd-iy Compact, .
Corps Coast Corre pondentB. with Mrs. J. N. Cbalker. The !political organisation of society

000 . . . I t Mrs J. I. Swlnson last week never has, and never can, satisfy the demands ( .)
.....................'..NNNNt1NNNNNNjEau : spent
1 1I visiting friends at Frontenao. of human nature, The Compact Watch this space if you want to buy propertyon

log Miss. Eva Owen, of Oeorglana,, vlsltei l la'a new science which teaches the true
send all communication the famous Indian River.
Please Gallie. \ Miss Hattle Bower, the first of the week organization of society. I stand for The
for publication to "Editor
Items Rev Hawks, of Eau Gallie was vUltIng Compact because! It will satisfy the demands .
jocATK, Tltulfl1l, Fla. I Captain Hardee Is piping his large fish: friends In South Rockledge on Saturday. of human nature perfectly. The No. I. Fin building lot In South 'Tl No. 0. Northeast t.( of northeast

liPly boat at Hodgson's yard I pilnclploi of The Compact are stated In tusvllle, fronting 10O feet on the Indian seo. 18, township 38: south, range41 east,
\v'e cannot guarantee to publish River extending back: to Front street, on south fork of St. I.uole river;40 acres,
\\t that do not reach this office before Look out for the eclipse on Sunday Oak Miss Hill Cornelia Magruder has gone to a small tract which 1 will tend to any a distance of :273 feet an Ideal spot for a Dado county. gl( .t)0 per acre.
morning frame to 11 o'clock. to spend some time with her one making the request. .. Winter Home. I'rlc.u.OO..
on Thursday I brother, Hubert Magruder. No. 7. A tare bargain! A 34 acro
Peaches The declarations of tb. candidates he Xo. 3. Lot 103323 on Front street,
t 'it, cantaloupes and pines are tract of land, 10 acres of which I* a bear* fi
ta, showing In our stores this week, Professor and. Mrs. Wakerield have the fore the late primaries are evidences of fine water front, just the location for a Ing Pineapple PlAntation, near Mel \
Will correspondents oblige ns by sympathies the entire residence, tin minutes from
community postotllce
InnU the iual- iljuatm' nt of social relalions. bourne. Oood Packing house, Dock,
Kobottnm Is the of Mr the loss of their Infant our and
the names of people and places guest daughter. stores; price, fiMXXIH) ( ).
a lately'ing a* possible f e and Mrs A. K. Hodgson this week Mr. and Mm. George: II, Huston and Every candidate' advocated some ;: ,8. West *-t of northeast If and! Tramway wire fencing i flues: 'this I are fenced Is nn with exceptional woven t j

ak, Robert Mensal has returned from a son, Arthur leave on Monday next for needed reform candidates end tin west ft southeast l{, see 1(1( township chance for a party who will live on the
trip to Chicago and northern point Atlantic City, where they will spond the people were) divided. All were abtsgonlstio. U; : range at, Ml ''JcvlK( ) acres, St Luolecounty. !place. Crop last year, 1,500 ornt
Melbourne. Dean Kobottom was the guest; of Mr summer The struggle for supremacy trust tMX( per acre 'rice, If sold before April lat, ,roo.OO.
and Mrs. II. U. Hod ountloue while lltloal Xo. 4. ". W. )4 of noith' 'est \f and Title perfect, '
so a on Sunday: last. Mrs M. E. Spencer and daughter; Er ) )K> organization
U1U w. OOODB.-R l Estate, NoUrjrllo villa, left, last week, to spend the lasts west } pit uthwest J|, sea 3\: township No. 8. 10 acres In Lot No 3, Seo. 28,,
and Conveyancer. Arent for Altos Tne Iron for the C. G. Redstone A Sonwa.e sum 8J 3D Luele
: St.
range J2" acies, 21 Sooth Range !U East
Township :
tmool and London and Gl Mand Hartford Is to band and mt'r In Ms. Spencer's old home, Frank. Under The which :
the I.
work will be Compact, societyorgaolxeit $il 00 acre,
. ,e Ino..aono Cc>mpaol... Special attention fort., Mich.Owing county per This Is line Hammock land suitable fop
Jto ihalnteraata oi non-residente. pushed on to completion as soon as pos for the purpose of satisfying Xo. A. Northeast t4 of southeast t., oranges, grapes and vegetable, and U
sible. to an Injury lately sustained, the demands of human nature, unity] axe ,; t township; south, range 41 east; located about a half mile north of Tltus
Subscriptions for the ADVOCATE, J. W. Kosslter- budding a large, Mrs.I E. Bellows will be compelled to will take the place of dllc".11 under The clone to O. K Wood1 pineapple| plantation yule An exceptional bargain. Price,
pink paper of the East Count, will be roomy house on Ills home lot. It will be give; up her northern trip this summer, ) on Mt, Lucia river; 40 sows, IMd, KKH). Half ciufiji balance on time, to>
red at the Melbourne Postofflce. much to her disappointment. < Compact the world! will turn to useful > .
lilt two stories, and make quite an additionto county fll.1I0 per acre. suit i>iirchasvrIf "
Pro Highland; avenue. We are sorry to announce the death, of servloa the energy now wasted lu cruel i

lark _.k began to the taut Lyon Monday house morning, on the on The A. I'. Edge store and dwelling Is our old, reliable cnmrolnalon man. W. J. conflict I you want' a l home nn the Indian River, call and see us \VI have many

eer- ;Jr.repairs A. J. Ooode has the contract, a.d .- being pushed on to completion as fast as known Duncan, who Indian was so Ulver well and favorably I an nut standing for an 1<1"1. a theory barlalnJlln; Tlttuvlllo and elsewhere' on the Kast Coast
on The business
< by C. M. Heaujean, Clint Lout aDd possible Mr. Edge: will put In a genera or a hoary precedent, I am standing .- t
will be continued 1
under the old
firm >
I stock of merchandise. fur a sclenlldo truth, .. a 3VCor: an.n.; : cto: "Wo.ltorx
en. name by his son, W. U. Duncan, who has
r. t S.V'. Way and wife, of Orlando, 0.1V.:Hopkins writes us that quite been with his father for 23: years Every reader can know that The Com KKAL KSTATK:: DKALE1W, FLORHsA.
TITUbVILLK
pleasant guest of Hotel Carleton fleet of motor boats has" Invaded) Dear paot Is science I am prepared to dls -
Lake, Mich. Mr. Hopkins tiles the K. Mrs. Bessie Wakefluld aId Mr. Frod _. .. .. _. ...
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week. Capt. A. J. Ooode took them --- -- --- -- -
D. the facts and the of
aDd lialdwln were married In New 11 a. cuss principles Tbe
U. y.
C. burgee on his Michigan launch
Melbourne Iteaoh to vUlt ITituovi11o
r to Old( yen, Conn., on Wednesday last at I:3() < Compact with HUT one who wishes to
i. The lamp In front of the Episcopal a. m. Both are from this place. They. make an Investigation. !There are only GWaltonI
r. and Mrs. C. U. Stewart'are[ enjoy. chinch, on Young Street Is a grand sussees. will spend two weeks In New York city Percy
their visit North, and tbls week are Why can't we have these lampsIn before returning UK Mr. l1al guests of lion. Geo. It. Lon and sea for lighting our up-to-date little here Congratulations for a happy married I. The law of demand
'
Pot eat their elegant home In Waukee- towuf life _____ !2. The natural I division uf society, Fla..
odasv ,111. The Thursday .half. holiday Is much 3. Organization, \ for the purpose tor
Thinks.. It
Saved Ills Life
r. W, T. Well and" Mr. R. W. Beau. appreciated by our young people, and we ) satisfying[ the denunijsof' h ain tn nature
continue to ship their fine of note that some of the older citizens are Lester )(. Nelson, of Mapleav-Malne, I '
crop lesder
am stet posing a* a but I
am
FIRE AND TORNADO
\. HI from their plantations across the pleased to 1 Uy off for the half day and says In a recent letter. i "I have used l Hr,
r 1 at East Melbourne and Melbourne take In the ball gimes.: King's New Discovery many years, for necessarily In the ponltl. of a'teacher. INSURANCE.

Icb Mrs. Aaron Bennett Is now In Canada, coughs and e..lds) and I think It saved The man who votes for The CompactIs
Oliver Glbbi presented PostrnanteAt visiting friends. Mrs. Bennett has not my life I have found It a reliable remedy not. a supporter or follower. He does :

with a basket of peaches from his been North for over 15 years and Is enjoying woiiht for no throat more and be without lung complaints a Knttln,than and I not depend upon me, does nol need me.infi I RELIAIILK: COMPANITA: PROMPT PAYMENT OK LOSSE4. ,

nation at Melbourne Beach. Ills her trip very much, (hough seeIng I would be without food.;; For;: nearly) vote means a demand l for an Indus. LOWEST RATKS, ACCIDENT POMCIKS: ISSUED.11C0'1'O2 !

. lOll trees are doing One and he' expects many changes In her old bomef forty years Vow", Discovery has stood 1 ut ttlalorganlaatlon/ of society which can

have fruit to sell, next year. W. B. Cross, of Fort Pierce, will opena the head of throat and lung remedies. and must satisfy jail natural, demand A : ]: 3CA.-I' 11'4, [ITJ"I NOEl
Ie& Irs. Mary K. Moses left on Wrdnes- ll-li business III Eau Hallls. 111. fore As a preventative of pneumonia, and vote f,>r The Compact means that the ; i
pod t for her home In )J'hllsdelphln, Pa man Is now on the !ground and the work healer of weak lungs It has no< equal' voter understands hU rights and how MARINE AND ..1m:, RATES Otf f APPLlCATIOX.: : ;
to
proceed Tills Is of the Sold rfnder the .
led <>r spending the winter and! springe. : { one Impor guarantee: at Tltuavllle J ,
It' JJrs.. Moses was the last of our : tant points on tea East Coast for snipping Pharmacy 4Uo und 100. Trl.lbottlefreeCocoa. secure them. / I
data to leave, and we look for her re- all kinds of'161t food : I stand on this proposition Solicited.,1,
ell Your Business
a with pleasure ,the coming winter. 1 he naval boat of the Kentucky )Military I Tbe Compact will satUfy\ the demandsof Respectfully

'llw Elizabeth; Waters, wbo spent tbe and Naval Institute was hauled buman nature pcifwtly. Reference I Indian River State Dank, Tltusvllle Fla'
eyII t year In Melbourne a* assistant poet. out on the ways and painted this week. Tbe proposition requires study and
.
,. veer, has returhed to her home Inituue. Col. U, W. Fowler keeps>everything up There were 80 out at Sunday school statement of Thai Compact should / '.-
Miss Waters made many good to the mark about Military park The last Sunday. every TX-r'C'S"VXLLm LX'V""IDrI.Y RT.A.DLm.: '
Rev Dr. Uawka and be verified. \
odi here who regret to sew her leave family are occupy .
serious illness of her grandmother lug the bungalo; for( the summer months. Miss Kertle Olbfrt Is wearing the .Sun Whether the assumption ; The ,., ..
This Is Col. Fowler's private residence day school gold. m.iUI for the 4th weok, tram ;
e the of her ,
cause
leaving ; Compact Is false, or that It Is does :
FEED AND SALK 8ADDLK HORSES
situated the ,
on -gaounds I of this line educational The Cocoa and ,
Rockledge
I Institute. Sunday not. mutter, provided there follows! a
A Grand Family : schools will Jilcnlo at Oleander Point on ...8TAIILKS... BUGGIES
medicine. thorough investigation : ,
Mrs. Albertine Treutlen and MIssLlxtie July Hit and they have Invited the 0uh-: rL
'It[ gives me pleasure to speak a Rood Hornlg will leave soon for the North, day schools of Tltusvllle, Gedrglana, Indlanola The. existence In the popular mind of UAGOAGETBAN8KER o j $ 't SURREYS
I'd for Electric Bitters," writes Mr. 'visiting: Chicago and other points during and City> to join them the Idea that there Is an enemy of the .

nk Cohlan.of No. -430 Houston street, their stay of about two months Robt. i people la not without foundation. Hut TURNOUTS of a
fork -It's a grand! family medl- Meneelwill be In charge I of Hyde Hark TWO CENT POSTAGE 'RATE the real ell.1111ls political organlntlno. *
e furdjsprphla and liver oompllcai during the absence of the two ladies, HAULING ETC. .all kinds.,
; while for lame back and weak" Capt. Sollver bM his sloop Ease on WITH GREAT BRITAIN The cohort that a king, a railroad or a )
nejrs It cannot be too highly reoom- the ways tbls week. This vessel has a _. corporation Is the e1 l emy, Is a delusion
'fded." Electrlo Bitters regulate the standing keel )12 Inches In depth.. The Postmaster-General Meyer,'announces A broader knowledge< ; will show that J'. I\tI:. Oa.bJais:

eitlya factions, purify the blood, and Captain was on Indian River and this that an agreement has been reached with all the ills of society must disappear under TITU8Vn.LEIII real of Hobblns Law 011I0.FI.ORIDA
part renewed coast In lidS
vigor and vitality to the ,
ak and 1 debilitated of both vexes Sold __---6-_ the British government providing for a the natural organisation of aoclety, -. ------ --.
let, guarantee at Tltosvllle Pharmacy. The nest Pilln. ier Hold letter postage of two oonts '1'0 ounce between Our Ignorance, not the laws of creation, '
I 7 cents per bottle. the United State and Great Ilrl- has" produced i biiipanmisery.AimCMAH.
"After doctoring 13 for chronic x J?'aixi x
years : irs.g:
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I. Indigestion, and spending over two bun tain, to tecobe operatlv.Qct. 1, 1008, DIIAUY. I

IIu'. Indianola.uhn drud dollars, nothing has done me as Ho stateu further that the British Postmaster \

much good as Dr. King's New Life Pills -General, Sydney Boston, was WilY USE I!: OLD STYLE I1LOCKH, PAPERHANGINO, KAT. OMININU, VAKNI9IIINO, STAINING, FINISHING. a
I consider them the best pills ever sold," like when you can buy tie beat J Bolf-Lock-:
making a announcement to the SIGN! PAINTING OK ALL KINDS KTO.
: Riot I I..* owner of the Hero, the writes If. F. Ayscue, of Ingleslde, N. C. Ing Tackle Blocks at nearly the same I
.'8 t sailboat In the village, and has her'Jled Sold l under guarantee; at the TUueriHePharmacy. House of Commons price. Now In use In the United Old: YurDltnr. made to look hike new. Minors Made and He-Silvered
out for repairs. She wU be I :2.:>o.Geor&iana.. The matter of a "penny postage," as hiatus Army and Navy Department, --u Reasonable Rates i
informed Into a launch his oalll'oIln England has been under Kxarnlnethera at the ADvoqATK office,

'dr. Williams, of North Indianola, has consideration for some time, and as far Tltusvlll_._ __ __ ___ .. \J\T.. ELceEC7: :
'fight the as last July President Roosevelt .
large back
lighter of Mrs. J. L. Deg Smugglers.Smuggling In Sorlmgeour
Shop ,
a"ford. and will put It In good work- approved Mr. Meyer'scourse In urging& a'restricted Jtnlldlng
.' by dogs Is greatly 10tOC'u. TITUS VILLJC. .
order for w FLORIDA.
use on D*. Glover's place- Lee Baldwin Is the onion with Knffland" "
shipping honey by
men',the W. 1{. Sanders grove. on the frontier twoon Italy' _. _... ....
barrel. It Is a One grade- of honey.. On October.1, 11)07, th. Universal and Switzerland notwithstanding all

t.l4.'' Ilumphrys her the contract for Mill Eva Owen (fs visiting Miss hattie Postal Union, which governs; the International the efforts of the preventive men stationed .
'Wing a nice, large house for Joseph Bower, at Kock ledge, for a few da).. transaction of the various civilized 'i. along Ibe billy'country north of INDIAN RIVER ICE FAQTORY.TITUaVlLLE .

IWorknthiegweekValthouand 1 oomroen-rain and John Brown sold a hundred white countries, reduced the late of letter Coma. The dog are trained for smuggling FLA

*'qmtoes make outside work rather Leghorn hen last week, They know postage from 0 cents a half ounce flat to lay lint) Inculcating within then) '
rd, -' bow to make poultry raising a success. S cents first once and three cents for each a mental terror of the customs oltlcers.Tbls Ie[ prepared to furnish Ice In/any quantity-tiaoked or loose,,Special attentloi
Is done by dressing up a man paid sack log for Yachts for ... Fair Is '
The chicken coops of LaphamDon. Uncle Hugble, Dr.. WlttfeldJ: Mr. Roll: additional ounce, which Is the present 'or family u. dealing my motto.
''t, Williams and ,idiot were recently ero and his two children, Albert and rate between the United States and Great In lire custom house uniform who :: :.*:: A. 8. PJATT. Proprietor. .
""ten. No one' has been successful In Louise went to Cocoa and return on thrashes thp\dOle'letpr", whenever he
.. I'turiDK the marauder-supposed to Saturday Britain, In which we have direct steamship seen hlni./ and\ tho animal, having thus ."-. ..- . ..... -_. -. -- .__ ___. __,_._,_.._u_ __
either a wild cat or Mrs O. A.'Falling has soldher houses f communication, aDd Is also the rate acquired a wholesale dread of the uniform 'tnv

""ugb; Mr. Lapham' Is minus. ansteelThere at Oceanus to be toru down and moved between the fulled States and countries i will fly for hi* life at the sight [ | !
p.
I' elsewhere, and her lot 1'acerson and with which w,have to pay an additional : of a dounnler. The smuggler ou tbe T.EEES: .

Is a magnificent night-blooming Johnson, at Cocoa. It Is hope this once charge 'countries. through which It I(a I hid side, who ownavth dog pets .
.
'us growing on A. S. Humpbrjs place. popular resort will aial' be built up. passes In transit. Under the articles pf It and trat, It well, and when the dog .

ill completely palmetitf.surrounds the trunk of a Messrs. Provost aad, Copeland havebought the Universal Poster.Union, however, la tdken to the Swiss-smuggler, whose 1 From< HPHflWarm Nurseries are giving/ greatest satisfaction to our hug
palm for twenty feet o/ the sharp. cottage, at Oceaaus tobacco( Is to pe tak.n'across. the frontier
and has' been full of blossoms 12 any two states can form a restricted!" an wltfiout dMd of ou.tomerelo, Florida. They always
Beach, and moved It over and re-built I It It In first kept (cbsloM'Up
,il'1. takldes Opened at once on two different near the store, on the east aide of the 'los, Examples of the restricted unions food fop some1 days,,then packed round gross and they always bear fruit true to name of variety.

10/ many other road. They aN making a very nice- are those now listing which permits alcent |tie' tautly with a belt containing the

''nnlog one c",having rus-either a fragrant C. OrandiHora, night-:( looking house out. of It. ao ounce letter rats between the contraband good and hunted off with Some satisfaction is 'this.In| planting groves now, think of the future ,

t J yctlcalqsj-wlll confer r favor by ---- United Stares and Cs.bsf the United blows and cries. Needles to say the : bUCCESS OF YOUIl INVESTMENT

r" loudlng with Mrs. A. 8 Horn't' Iltirkleii'ft I,1\ Salve Wins. btates end Paoam&and tbe United!State dog's miraculous Instinct makes him depends the trees Ion plant. MAKE NO MISTAKE, but come to

II slab a view tor either exchange or Tom Moore of Rural Route ), Cochran sod Canada. bead straight for borne lie ruches off

inAT Ua, writes: "I had a bad sore come' I'oetmaater-tJenerat Meyer Is of the at full sperd, and once across th* frontier headquarters for Reliable Trees: arrSJ *ZEn at.doa.
w --:----.--' on the instep of ray foot and could find be and hit beloved matter awl 'a If.they f
"rOwio, Tifr OK TOLEDO, t I nothing that would heal It until applieduokleo'l opinion that this redaction la the rate ...rtq welcome awaiting him. don't, we.replace llttn. NO WRITE FLT. je
,
of postage to the United Kingdom ultimately / "
LCCAS Cousrr. ... f Mt Arnica. Halve. Lea. than half t "
Frank L 'lieney. makes oath that he of a S3 cent box woo the day for me by will result In an Increase I a receipts A Thunderous Megaphen. ADDRKrtH r

"*- >r paifner of the firm of F. J. affecting a perfect cure. Hold aDder because It slwa'js has been found On Uio French coast there soon will 0; W. CONNER; Prop'r.FLORIDA.. \

T euuy, 4 (;0. dulo* business In the City guarantee ar the Tltnsvllle Pharmacy. bat a reduction of the letter rate resulted i be a )JlfbtliuUM J equipped with a mon r ,, '

I "Mo, County. snd State aforesaid, ---- finally In Increasing the revenue, '1i.Is i sterol mouth and a compressed air de- TANGERINE .

.V.rj.1"1 *rn> DOLLARSbfgr..111 Of I' Dade County Land "od8aIe. oleo of the opinion that iajoer post- rice "wLkb will enable It to shoot Intone I
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,yIM every case KE1 of)) Catarrh that eaooot each age will lead to a fre commercial I Inter i oi thunder to ship on the borlcon. .- ..- .. .__ -. ,-_. '_. ,_____..._4

,."Ircd b/ the use of Hairs Catarrh For sale,cheap: ;northeast quarterof coarse Dr.. Uarago of I'srU 1* the Inventor I

're" "7* FKANK J. CUENEY.I' aoutreaat quarter of section 3, town i Manufacturers, be says, ate Increasing\ It will bo to exact Imitation PRICES ON LUMBER L DELIVERED IN CARLOAD3.1xoot
a to
before me and subscribed la .nip 38, south of Rng.1t east;, close to their sales la England, and muse rely, to of the) bnraan throat and _mouth, wltbin .
!tCe' thu 6th day of December, I air pump for )ODP. Teeth, lip,
A. 1 1v.: 'A. ,v. OLBASOJt, O. K- Wood's pineapple plantation on a great extent, upon tbe,malls for order 'jawbone and all are Imltsted-exactly. 1o"t l < : from: nalll. \ '

I1eIL' ".Notary Public. St Lucie River;40 acres. and for Increase; of 4e. ':far\ber," With t mouth six feet from corner to a.
I I F. Oil. Car P.O. B. Car Eau Ft. Pierce
j : % t.V"h directly,/ C.ell takes Internally Also, the northeast quarter or northeast h. said 'this will be a'Vfeatboon to oar corner, It. U estimated' that the 'arti '- Thnsvllte to Ooooa. UIIIeto Sebastian.Koogti to Atnart..
I ;
,j. ;rurfacea/ of ou the the. blood and mu for quarter of section 18, township S3, adopted Eogllsk!: speak. ing Citizens: partlcnlarly ficial voice of the llgntboo* will be 'A Dressed rfamtog i

1lmonlai free. 'ltemSeod/ south of range 41 east; on aontbfork: 01 those of loiUsvi( means*, as It, Understood from three to six mllm/ tin andhnder *24 and on.lsr 110 00 $1J M 117 00

",rj CHENEY XOo. Toledo, O. 8t. Lncle River; 40) acres. Apply to wlH enable them to keep up correspondence .. away, according to weather conditions.Sleuths Flooring" sod" Hiding." It grsde 2200 21NIL MI RI: 00-
75o H. WALTOW
CHA*. with
their
Take ielaves sod friends let!
No. 1 :
Uall' bhlngUs 4 6'a 79! -I M
__ Family fills for be H 1.1 the 1fII. of UM Dew VrencbllgbthouMr "
ConstlpaKINDSOIJOBPRDOING .. .
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llle Fla.jy
Tltus "
\ the ,old country at doro stl rales. "of AJS etqamen come over the 2. 3 60 3 HO :3 7$.

Jll postage" horizon from Africa or' America and lri-l.et a* figure on your complete hill. We carry everything necessary to r
ALL OLD NEWSPAPERS for Sal build your house ,JfJ '
,
Job are sighted eec of lu months will tarn
remember the AUTOCAD office. Cheap, at this once.I Send the ADVOCATE yonr Printing seaward anti ,-lIow "Utjlor!* Ea.St; Ooast; Xau..nl.'bor: ab 15uly' Oo.

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EAST COAST ADVOCATE. TITOSVILLE FLA. JUNE: 26, 1908 .

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and was rebellion against wholesome discipline l FLORIDA EAST COAST
Free Individually ninny of these It has been said tbat each one of a* y'S5E ; ? ; RAILWA/

Accepted Masons. could write one romance out of bin
local and
case may arouse sympathy
own experience, and If that be true 'nteepntya! LOCAL TIME CARD No. 75. IN EFFECT APRIL lhl
Tbe
eI toleratJon. young are generally J
I Impulsive Even district school scholars the subject would be "Love" Ian anl.acls.bylk.meelre,. Farmer* No 99 lAIN LINE No. 78 n'

ndlan fI' No. 00. have rebelled and bad tbe community Maclsren. 'Tr 'x' ha.TtconfideiKlnthembcciwe.) Dally NoIIy29 De.l1y Deg''\

'I know they I pm y_.. ac IODr.. .+ ._ r :I8pj,
with themWholesale they
9repm 1086 ::111 Ar... ..A\lIfU.UO..Lr 810 .lull
relied *
TltolYme, Venezuela may make It necessaryfor can be up Phi
River 712 1t 18 .m .BeetFaluka,., .Lv Ybsapm
condemnation of striking txm taoorl- pm ao/p
i on t:==. ::
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Mr Root to employ a different with cfr..p ire pie .Ormond..Lv 5iipm s926pm
Florida. students may be unjust. Nevertheless ment aute- lee ._.... ." ...__ S07pm j.It ..
Lodge tone from that which be customarily ee la your 1010pm 1:111: m Lv._ .... 8m _._.Lv 211OJ11O
awwmd and fourth Frl the tendency to strike out of sym tyllcalnbuylnffcedaaentoulby Y
Holds lu nmtinffk the employs ID addressing South Americans 1116pm 111II. Lv..Tltuntllec..Lv 111pm _
day of ech month 1 ID the Maaonlfl Temple, ntiUTllle 12005.1 112 ..Cocoa. Y1204sm
at T.ao o'olock\ p. m. pathy with a fellow student who hap and conacteatiou tnutwortbyhouae 116pm pm: t:=== ii=t: mH:: :
been disciplined seems to bo growing, ; 12811 .m ,11II pm _. .. Galll.L. 11 ham "
P.W. Rolwru, Worahlpfol MaaUrOnoar nne.t / 12".m I00 "m Lv...__...Melhouraer..Lv ii st.m '4 Y
A "Ie"art.llenl..r WardenHarry and Is an alarming symptom In a college Ieevy'. e..45 ..... .
Lv..PIF/erte.
Ship- destroyers, like rabid anarchists abeam 7mpm L. Snoam
PItZK. Adds. +
toe Lnl. :: : ::
Junior Warden :
Wllwn : ;; :: : :
Young who 600 am /0pm ArWest Palm Heacb..Lv 7 Bt am 1 t t79aam
or university men
.,,
H. It WII./ TrawurarJno even blow themselves up to make IMitunlce.9eat.Maa .lMam 10.e"m Lv.Ft. Gudsrdde..Lv IM .m :?

R.Same Walker Sealer, Heorataryfrank UxaounTh have a higher education provided for I good on their name -- --- }10 W sm e7 Itulpm r.O am t::===Mlaml.:=:..=Ar e610 5Wam: :>o: ;
r ">.. I, M..no. Junior UwaoonLhaa them are supposed at the outset to be thou.. .1060.10 .r.Hom.a...... 'M.Ir .p j sot.
J H.W.Iton..mowanward.Kralor tumor Steward. persons of honor-In other words, to be I. In many millions there is much _.SOOFm ...._...:........... Ar..Kntllht..rc.'Dock..Ly. ..........::.p'a Y

:T: I'):Knnli. men who will net like men and not vorce clJ.l -DsHyeseuptSunday. tsundayrandThanedayeonly. ITuee4yvandashtlnns. ;
M.S. Bams, thai; lain. GRINDLaxative -
I like mere'''schoolboys. They are put I. PALATKABRANCH --

upon their honor to brook wise, and Lave" EASt! PALATKA Arrive" Lave" PALATKA TO A

I' lI'UIUIIUVItU CHAPTER NO.n7' ncciimary supervision/ and control by, E..ePalatka TO PALATKA. Palatka PalatkaTwam EAST PALATKA

ROYAL AltCII (MASONS the tollego superiors. The" IndlvldJa Sao am ._.._.No. 49 Dall,.,.,,..... 6 Warn _.,...Nn. 47 Dally pLe
A The Indian River Chapter. Royal arch MaaonDIMM Fruit Syrup !a6 am Xo 48 Dally 645am 800 am ,.. ._,No /9 DallrA.m /n.
-
| evades his
tli. ant Wednesdey ut peril niuiitb at the who secretly rules betrays I :25 am :;.;;:::.,:No:: W Dilly.:: : ...::.. 945amISlOpm: 1115amS50 : .No: 51 Dally:: IIYi
Mix nln Terr pie. fellows Where a large body of students like am _._No. M 1>all,__. pm _No. 5S Dally.
The lull<..iwinff... tilt oftt*>n of tbla chapter! 4 05 pra __ __No, M D.ily>.._ dill pm 4IW pm ...-. .No. 55 Dally.. l

M. K.H.Walker"Hams' Kx, King nllent lllli| I'riantJ betrayed.rebel 1 A the large honor.cboo.of tba..college.a .ma l Is II Pleasant to take ,7A6: pm.m ::::,,.?....No,6eDally..626pm:No: M Dally::::::....:. TMnrn: 705 j|>mioo m ::..-.._..-_.No:No.: 57 eg Dally Dally: : ,Its t,Iiboa

OE.Prttchett: Harlb and breach of discipline e The laxative. Does SAN MATED_ BRANCH
H:K: Wilnon, If'eaenrer. Army, every grows new
O. A Stewart Hrniretary. heralded from there encouragesthe l.eav. EAST PALATKA Arrive Leave SAM MATED TO A
T:H:Umlan, l ant. of Ifoat I IP not nauseate.
gripe or TO SAN MATED Maier ft. EAST
hoodlum element cf : PALATKA
W. linlwn. Principal! *"J."rn.r.r ie country f.JAftersuffering ipa.a0
A. Morgan' Knyal Arch!: < K|'lain. to fight agalns the restraints of socl"ty and liver am ...,.. .....No. 49 Dally.......... 160 an 9m am .Non 50 '
:N. Walter Master of Third V. T Cures stomach stn .m .,,.,,,...,,Na 61 DUI .,,,,,,,,,,, aA4 m a/d m Nn. M Dally.. .. /
t ]'.J..n.lI. I/.r./ of Served V. : _
I r:A: Loalejr,ileuthel.l .
Shifting Ilrltlab Politics. Dally Daily Dally BRANCH Dally Due

A careful survey of political condl by restoring the OOpml 100 pm 845 am Lr1024am _Ja/-E onTllle.Ar 700 am 1120 pm1140am
STAR. a 14) Lr1059am ,.1'ablo fiMCb LAtlantlcKaach (20 V a
EASTERN
nitPICK nr 6401 m pm455pm ? am i
o done 1C England: leads to tbe conclusion natural action of the stom- 145 pm ,ITO45amiAr. .LT 115 am 11M
FrlenrtHlilp Chapter, No, II, hold Us mwtlne ,. .. ...'. am n
the Mwole L.nlge::| room, Tituavlllc, un tl.. that tbe change In the premier. 7 10pm ark fin Mayport 600 ma 1110amNo 60,

ant and I third TiHNxUys tn each month at I-HI ship caused by the' recent resignationof ach liver and bowels. 3 i Ys. l yleqtly Ne, 4 No. 8
following ar. the officers of the Dally qtly Oranf e City Branch D.IIr Dally lantord Branch Lug
., Gbapt.rtIsln.| I Sir Henry Campbell-Raiinertnan Refuse ubatltutea. Price BOo. en.Sun exSua. exSun, ex.eun, *x, Sun. 05k

7/mll Stewart. Worthy Matron will hasten rather tban retard tbe dissolution for seven yearn, 140 pm (00am f.r.New Smyrna A rLr. 115pm 800 pm e00 am LvTltuevllleACllel
Jl, It. Wilwn, Worthy. 1'attnn. For sale by Tltusvllle Pliarniacy .
125 pm 1080am1050am Lake IleleoLv 1211 pm ell pot 900 am Ah Sanford G ta
Mra M. K. It."lilna. Ainoclaia, Matron of the Liberal government, thU wntnnn wan rent Wra K H. Wilaon, ro-elnoiml. HeoretaryMra which bal held power for the las) by Lydia J .I.lnkhnna'lI'egctabJe It 40 pm 1100 am Ar,Oran a City Je I216 m 400 pm ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,, ?
.
Klint..TrouurarThe
Hortha stead her letter. ,
Compound.
following olfloara were a|,fwlntad l three years. ;Banner man. whoso personal WALTON SELF LOCKING BLOCKS, Cnnnec0lon.mad.atRnl his Re Ueek for K.r Went and Hans.AITh..e .
y Mra IMo Min,, Allah Mr*. Salliq French of 1'auoaunla Patented la all co otrlel. Only tackle
TIME TABLES .how th. fclmeamt whlcn trelas b*
with all/ and may eapect.dhply. M
Mine .1.TII 1"'r, Ruth popularity
P'j Mlaa I.enaM.ndet" < Kather.Mm parties Ind. Ter. write!' to t1rs.1'inkhaml'I block of the klod In tbe world FItted .and d.para from the s.v.rel station.| bat their an tea or departure at thetlt
to HaaeelMartira.i factions was very great, held tbe heterogeneous :fated net Rnarneteed, nee d.e. t Company bald itaeif raapooalbl for anyd
had female troubles for
i; ? I seven with theY. lton.Vint on Roller or n rem. oeneearl.ln Ih.rehnm.
Mra M A IVrlinoour Klecta. elements In
parliament together -
was all run-down and so nervous
(:b.... II. Walton. WardwJchnK years Bearer. Useful to any place where For Oor.y' of the oral Time Walker BenlIn..l lUao as long as he could by tact. .r could not do anything The e.SJ Ic ; A(3E1VT."
M. KobUna, Cbailaln food nature and the faculty pt playIng doc tors treated' me for different troubles hoisting It done With these block t aeneraPpMS. A ?, ST. AUOUSTINe, FLORID
but did me no good. While In this con' one mad can do the work of two.Thousand. .
t off faction
one against another ---
--- ---- ---
ditlon I wrote to Mra Wok ham for advice
sold in the north. Call
KNIGHTS or PYTHIAS,1SIUAN HIVKB!:
without diverting tbe III will( of either and took Lydia K: l'I kham's Vegetable
: ,NO. 101S5 : and see them In working order at this ,
.LOUOII Compound and.1
to himself Dut be was not able to am now strong
ttr reciAii-lle and well."- office, or at tbe Atlantic Supply Co'.. )
tbe demand of tbe Nationalists ,

for home rule with tbe convictions FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN.For ..tore. Jaokaonvllle, Fla.Atlantic j 11v4

;. 1 1t I' of his ablest adherents In the cabinet thirty years lydia 'K I'lAk- _

I and In the Liberal party, nor could be ham'8 Vegetable Compound, made .N11N N' N1NNt NN N

e keep the Labor and Socialist: embers from roots and herbs, has been, the
r standard for female ills, 6 teal
remedy
Meeta every tad and 4th Monda>"(nvenluga In united on the Issue of government
each month. at 1o'ol.bk.p eAYwe ,_'.aM help for unemployed work logmen.. and has positively cured thousands> ;
Chanrellart'nmiaander .... ... .R. M. lUlley women who have been troubled with
Got V Vloa bitnoellofPralat H U L'tley What Danuermnu! could not, do bis
M : :..::::" .: .::.: .W.H.HUIMaser successor will, not be likely to accomplish displacements,in Hani mationulcera, IF YOU RECEIVE A RAMLECOPY
at Arm Hr'ggr' tion, fibroid tumors, irregularities,
Master of Wort:.:::::. .::: :.:J.tii"i't.; Walker From t ow on the Nationalists periodic pnhis backache that l ear. OF TIllS PA1'RR1T
Innertuard......... .. ......wTMathere ,, ,bs
Outfir Uuurd. .< 'F. F. iCoure1 are almost certain to revive against ng-down[ feeling, lllatulencyindigestiondizzinetiaornervous J1 TOLE'I' -
Maatcrof 'JH.i' .r:. ::::::U: II,1*rltohard I he new premier the policy of harassment prostration
Masteror Klnano4" ... .. ..(too. Hn"'kett ti l
Keeper of '.......rel.Mid ....1,.... .O. A. Stewart that accelerated the fall of Why don't you try it ? YOl' KNOW THAT 1 yrVl

I, All.flatting Ktuclit;cordially Inrlwd attend the Balfour cabinet. Ityelectlons held I>on't hesitate to write to Mrs.Plnkham WE WOULD LIKE YOU TO. -

f fi'r .- recently la various'' sections! have if there is anything.
I ado. your sickness you do not BECOME A SUBSCRIBER.NNN .
TITt'\!!,!,. CAMP NO 141. shown a strong reversal of political/ uniln-Ntand. She will treat your tea ;A.nt11T4 ,-
sentiment Liberal majorities bave letterln confidence anclall viNe you

l)AH been wiped out at the polls wltb nn free ityo woman ever regretted :

ease tbat astonished the victors and writing her and because of her i
vast experience: she has helpedthousands. !
could but alarm the covernnient ;
Address, Lynn,Mass. .NN.NtN.N.Nf t. Qe
Votes i taken In the house of common. ...

H have revealed .the hopelessness of trjt- -- .- - ( r.\. I\\\ r r1f.f\UWIUUJt.1 II ) "

lug to keep the ministerial support l ,J
Ill,, 0 .
tolldly arrayed against the growing

Mea every lint and third Monday In each opposition. How longttbe new mlnls- Coast Line R R Four Sailings Each :\Vee1c .

"' "nth.t. 8 p. m, ah.rp at the ,,Mwoulo try coo survive Is an Interesting topic ,
Tempi
Consul Commander. ..,.,..OI.r.N. Hitchcock for speculation, but that It ,will outlast BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YOR
W. Hibert
Advl.etLlnutenana.P.
Hanker ....... .. ... ...O. I-. ManaavllleClerk another session of parliament Is EFFECTIVE JUNE 1, 1808.
r' ?.... .. .. ..... ... ... WllnonE
.. Harry not to be counted the probablll. at Charleston S. C.
among 400 Mile State Ticket $1 .26. Calling bothways)
.o< rt .. .. ... .... ......... ... ..... ............0.1....t.O.u..h.n lea. Good over the Atlantic Coast Line In State of Florida for the head or depend
Sentry ... ... .... .. W. Hanford The Finest in the Coastwise Sent
Manaiera.... .. ... .. .. .r. H. Hack tint met bersut a Family Limited to one year from date of sale Steamships
,, A, P.(irubei) B.J. Norton The Pall of the Plug Hat. *
1000 Mile Individual Tickets $20.00.
, Interchangeable ,
All Halting Woinl-neQ are cordially Invited to In the fashionable precincts of New \ .Clyde New England and Southern Lines.
atutnd the nieetlu;. iAmerican. Goo over the Atlantlo Coait Line and 80 other Lines In the Southeast,8ggre>
\ .-.- .. .- -- York tbe Prince Albert coat. nd tbe gating 80,000. Limited one year from date of sale Direct bervlce Between
" regulation st!:k bat Appear to have been .
i Peasants ? raulcally abandoned Fashion has 2000 Mile Firm Ticket, $40.00. Jacksonville. Boston Providence and all Eastern Points,

14 Mrs. HumiUrv Ward has written issued no edict and tbe disappearance Good over the Atlantic Coast Line and 30 other Lines In the Southeast aggregating Calling Charleston
( at S. c. both )
,
Home very readable and diverting: DOT.els 30,1)00 mile., for a manager or head of firm rand employee, limited to ways
of tile U evidently
the due to .
using character and local color stately ) five\ but good for only one of.such persons at aitime. Limited to one year C 8KMI WEEKLY BAIIJ BSl Bot
Southbound. ..... ....from LewU Wharf
belonging to England which 1ber be fact tbat something different Is from date of sale Northbound: ::::::::::;:::::,:::::;;.::; : ':;:.._ ':::::. rom foot. 'i Catherine Street! JaUM"Clyde
comfortable and In the of
more eyes -
I home Recently she delivered A lee who 15 I Cents / .
hone! set the pace,' "Just asiOOd.
4 ture the In literature before Saved In fares local ticketfrom our agents '
on (peasant ." There Is no regulation about pasaage by purchasing St. Johns River Line
d. Interchangeable of Atlantic Coast I.Ine Issue sold to
a New lor audience and made mileage tickets prior "
.
he hats which succeed the
the break of boldrag for analysts stovepipe.The June lit will be good on these lines In the State:! of Florida June let and thereafter BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND SANFORD.
up
'
, r the "American derby holds the field for most Above books are on sale at all Coupon Agencies Stopping Palatka.,Astor Bereaford(DeLand).and intermediate landing on the
class" Toiler
peasant but there U also the Johns 8lT r.
very
European mind the purposesv For further Information, atCoD nearest Coast Line Agent, or call on or write to
I everyday dignified soft bat In all/ colors and I Steamers"CITY of JACKSONVILLE"Is

I typos found In"novels depleting life ,ihodos of color, which will stand no I FRANK C. BOTLSTOV', mr A. W. FRI1OT, appointed to sail| u rollo....I Leave.Jackeoa.TUIe, Sundays. Tuesdays and Tbur (l.}..all*:

In New England Tennessee and on tbe coil of ban8'lnllll8 crowd or scooting Tra'ellng.r&lIlDger Agent. Division Passenger Agent, m. Returning,leave Banlord Mondaye, Wednesdays and Ftldge,10,00 a.m

P plains ore peasants because they hare ATLANTIC COAST LINE, JACKSONVILLE::! FLORIDA; hl uoe:
before the wind and take
hands shape again = :::::. SCHEDULE. HYAd

+ : coarse and are seen at their by a little caressing with a brushPerhanii --- --' n a ao p. m. ... .. .... .........../at'k.ondll.. .... .:-.... ....-... .... tee 64o a
rough tasks. In saying; that the_ + Leave Slap. .. .. le. vs Saar

peoplo make delightful" studies In lit. hat doeam tbe.ueed knowledge to be that even the on plug the Leave a ed a. ; ...:...
,i, crature" Mm Ward moan to bo compllnientny leads of those who wish to be counted # lot IA.. 19 a en 30 a.a. t .. .:.;:. .. : ; : .t.i: heave,e tense I"

,' but she falls of attaining well dressed will brng a sigh of ....
( Jacksonvlll
'; to tho whole truth by not kno'lulIthat Passenger and Freight Office, 122 W. Bay St.,
.
lef throughout the country Very few Cramps

they represent American life. men of sense enjoy having their expansive i, H. H.' iLAY \D. Vice Prealdent-and General Manager'New( York.
i There are no peasants In America C.V.LOVEIX, r rtAR.nt, >. M. I UNMOM E': A.nonrLkdkar.nnvllle G RA:
and expanded brows held as In I 'lad\ fack
except the few who come here from storks. especially when the thermometer -i Thousands 6f ladies suffer agonies every month. *W. M: TLn'KR. AGENT, JACKSONVILLE FLA
Europe GENERAL OFFICES) Pier M, North River, New York
to escape tbe Intolerable class

bondage of tbelr fatbeFland In trutb, he sun Is above,fierce 00.Neither the walking Is It pleasant bad and I If you do, stop and think. Is it natural' t Emphati- j .

the American plain folks who get Into to bave to Jam a hat down to tbe ears cally and :positively-NO! Then make up your

novels were never in tbo peasant Wans. when the wind blows a gale. Since mind to prevent or cure this needless suffering! MalloryLinesSPECIAL
They come from ancestors of the mid!
here Is much good money Invested In .
dle and even upper( classes In Europe, I silk hats, they will not disappear from

i who emigrated to enjoy tbo blessings I the streets of' American cities and _

I of free thought and free worship. owns. for a generation perhaps, but PASSENGEREXPRESSSTEAMSHIPS I

Those combinations of philosophy aud some people will be pleasefl to know TAKE CARD U I

V humor, with jliyslcal, hardihood sod bat \they can lie stored la tbe attic Largest and most thoroughly! equipped passenger steamships oo the oosst
i endurance which
woke characters for
1 with no risk \lolatlng the unwritten -NO OVERCROWDINIS-
literary treatment result from the
.
,
laws of fashion observed on tbe avenues 00*
,i, clash of culture with wild nature of New York. I 112 IUPO'ATANTSTATEROOMS ARE POSITIVELY GUARANTEED'
I And so the loan with the hoe'can lin- ihip., as no tickets will be aid to exceed the nomberofb*

4 prose tbe prayer meeting and sway' Tbe advice to "be content with what It Will Help Yak or the seating capacity of Dining Ilalls, thus- Insuring. all passengers Ind ]

the town meeting with thoughts' ,that hate" Is bound to look like a service and attention.
you
p are dangle,. although his language and cheap "bando t" to tbe man who has "I suffered 9 years" writes ){rs.. Sarah J. IIosI ;.TASSEXQEIW LEAVE JACKSONVILLE: !: EVERY FRIDAY

'delivery may be unpolished It require nothing but trouble
tact lauded estates to breed a nearly' cramp to death. My'ba and side would

rate oC peasants, aud never Oese fortunately A rate bar cuts the fare between nearly kill mo with pain. I tried everything to get LOWEST RA FES T( NEW YORK AND' ALLTOINTS NOrfTH

with.I' America. his been cursed Brazil and Europe to ft.00. A man relief, but failed, and at last began to take Cardul. I Including delightful DAYLIGHT SAIL. through the
must be very well to do It he can at. "
FAMOUS "SEA ISLANDS.
I' ford to stay at home at that price. !Now I can do my housework' with ease and I give I

I t Student Strikes. I I jDardui! the praise for the health I enjoy.' Tiy. Through tickets sold to all northern points. For fall Information rwr11"*
\Ylthlu a few weeks Insurrection of tractions: offered by no other line etc. apply *
Just when the advocates of nnlyersjI ; diagrams, reserrsUns, tickaU: ,
students at prominent Institutions of I AT ALL'DRUG STORES .
.
peace are ready to cheer up "two or A. W. PYE. r. M. IRONMONGER, JR. ,t
l learning bate been reported In various geD
General Passenger Agent Asst. Gen. PMS. "
+ three nations take the bit In the mouth |
quarlereluevery- case the .strike! and show fight 122 WEST BAY STREET, JACKSONVILLE f


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EAST COAST ADVOCATE TtTUSVILLE. FLA JUNE io, 1808. 1 I

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JACKSONVILLE.Traveled .
Changed His Taste. The Yeung Idea
The Oldest ublUbd Grain and need louse In the State
The Empress EII 'I1I". whom Napo- The following are specimens of some .
-New Hotel leon III. chose to chare bU throne, had absurd and amusing answers made by FU& A -- --

(/ I JACKSONVILLE, FLA. a ready wit which, although It never schoolboys and schoolgirls In exsmlua- :
the American veiled a sur. often cvnfiifUHl' those on tlon : 'VV'n'l.: J30UrS: & 0 o.
9t'ally -On and European 1'1"11- papers
' rnder new mftu.;sment .Newly furnished and renovated. A pleasant whom it was directed. The late Dr. T. Iron Is grown to large quantities for

finally home. Rate: American Plan U.W:. ) and $2: .60; European COcts W. Uruua tells In bin reminiscences manufacturing purposes in southern I+ "' GRAIN HAY AND GARDEN SEEDS ; '
a aDd up. All cars form Uuion; /Station atop at the door. the story of a dltluRulb' senator, Trance ,

eu Y H. W. HANCOCK, Proprietor. who, on being asked what be thought Q. tvflne the first person. A. Adam.A 1 1e

beautifully located Riverside Hotel, at Green Cove Springs, is under the of the speech lu which Nauolrou bail parallel straight line ls one that Flour, Grits, Meal and Fertilizers i;

I 4Y e same management.ie declared Ms' marriage intention to thedepuUl' when produced to meet Itself must not elea 2tMt KastHay Street JACKSONVILLE' FLA. I I
'', replied: meet
iiiv "A fine '11N''h.-envllcntt Cut I prefer Blood consists of two, sorts of corkscrews
/ Catalogue Free Warehouses on tracks of 8, A, I.. K'y. and /. C. L. Ry.
4 JACKSONVILLE the sauce to the dob. meaning that red corkscrews and white cork ,
4p1In e Everett Hotel Napolcim's words. were letter than his screws.AtLed. \

FLORIDA. choosing of a bride. to explain what, a buttress is.

e reP. .1 Some weeks later at a dluiior givenat one boy replied "A woman who makes & Baker t
e Ps.q the Tullerles, thU senator was seated butter" MeMurray i

Florida's Largest European Hotel: nest to the empress who, observing Teacher's dictation: "Ills choler rose .,
aa tbut 'after baring boon helped to to such a height that pasiilon well nlgb .. ,!
4Ol-il.'I East Street .Juokxoiivlllc "
I the turbot he declined tbo st ace, said choked htm." Pupil's reproduction, : I liny Florida 1

A noels Baths. Sample Kooms. Long Distance Phones In Every Room. to him smiling roguishly: "Ills collar rose to such a height that -Makers and Jobber! of- .
p'1'Li' -The Best oll'er"lce-: x"' "Monsieur, I thought It was the UI1I' fashion well nigh choked him" I ,
.
you liked and not the lisa" Gravity was discovered, by Isaac
OEO. H. WASOX, Manager. With rave presence of mind the senator Walton. It is chiefly noticeable' In the Vehicles Harness Carriage and Wagon Material

hesitated but a moment autumn when the apples 'are falling ,
DAYTONA In:ACIf. "A mistake, madam" he said "for from the trees.

which I am now trying. to make The diet of Worms Is the grub that I 8addlerylKubbeiTlres.! /I

amends." blackbirds and thrushes feed ou.- First-Class Repairing and Painting Etc. Etc. .f
c60,00 W Seaside Inn DAyTOXA; BKACII, FLORIDA Haruvr'a Weekly.W ,.
.... _
The Corn.r Days. t
U. Ward of Dyersborjr, Term.,
Some aged folk like take
to
Good Fishing and Surf Bathing. Rates: .2.M) per day and up. Special country writes: "This Is to certify that I hate J.\2nls'by: nohl.101.y: CQm 3rnk3r:: t ttl
note of what they call the corner day
itea by the week. Also furnished cottages for rent for housekeeping. used 1<'ol"y'Orlno Laiatlve for chronic : OCKtN STHKIUJACK ONVULJC, FLA. 1.
-the 20th of March and the 20th of
101N. constipation, and U has proven withouta
IIOKICK F. STEWART\ Owner. September-v>hen the sun crosses the doubt t.. be a thorough pr.ctll'"lll.'m. l'OR'rAUU: AND STATIONARY

Duea Hue niul the dn-s'and nights am of edy for this trouble., and It Is with pleasure ENGINES notLKUH, SAW MILLS, "
--- --- -- -- -- -r -- equal length aDd the :Nth of June (the I offer my oouscltutlou rotenone! ." WOODWOUK1NU MACHINKUY, '

600cm S1ABREEiie longest day of the year) and.the -01 li Tliusvllle 1>lIarmao,. SIIINOLK'\ )MILTS LATH MILD

of Doceuilicr (the shortest) After the
Two Cambridge University Jsts. Complete line carried In Block for iota ,
20th of June "When the duyp'
they
'( say media shipment. It will towill ,
I m mr' The fellow commoners were always + pay you
grow shorter the weather grows hot.
at Cambridge called empty tattles consult bcfoio rental I
lit buying
h Breakers.SEABKEE.E FLOIUDA.U t'rnnll after Doc. :20, ".5s the days .. .M wFe i r
aIi I e !begin to lengthen. the cold begins to from the following circumstance tbatoc'ur..1 I -- .. I bring our aalmtnian. Write for Illustrated
Wine merchants "
.strengthen. at Emanuel: "I catalogue and pilot
..1
send their (porters occasionally round I
Levi Ileclw, a noted old weather the colleges to collect the bottles. One We are Central Southern Agents for Celcbiated Karquhar Engines, Boiler
prophet who used to watch thu weather I and Saw Mill.
Rates f 1.00 per day and up. t Special by Week or Season. from his eyrie on Ikmrtown mountain of these men during the hour of lecture ,
It.u
knocked at the lecture room by ,
southern Kerkshlre, Mass., made
ra mistake and called out "Empty, bottles '
I. M. MABBETTE, Manager. prophecies which \\ero greatly prised. !" The tutor, then out of humor:
Ho willIe his prognostications, a THEY
at being attended only by one fellow
study of the winds, the clear cloudy there ARMOUR FERTILIZERS
RID, -- -- -- -- -- -- -- - commoner when were twenty
and stormy days fur lea days each side
TITUS VILLK.
In college, cried out: "Call again another
of the corner days and multiplied them "
but This
time. I have now one.
- by 3 to tell the weather for each 'succeeding
soon gathered wind, and these young
and 1 he made mado from highest quality
some
quarter aro
4 gentlemen of the flirt class went oftenward \
TlTU.VJLL..J.OIIIUA. marvelous gUl'a8t-Xe\V York Press. GROW
e Sterling throughout the university by the
!. came of "empty bottles" animal products, which aro everywhere j
1
Tim. and the Man. Ai to professional students (tome

.e (Some one way suggest that If Cromwell very few esrepted) they art worn known to bo. the best
und Napoleon Kouaparte and IllsJluarck scholars leaving college than at their

r and Ueoige Washington and admission. I heard one tutor once
forms'of food. Use them
\ Abraham Lincoln hud not appeared to censure a ;young man at lecture who BIG plant ;
\ do the work they did others'would three .
\ had been nearly years at collegeby
M rr bare arisen! equally capable of doing, saying that he knew less than afrenhnuin and your crops will growl bot I

though perhaps In a different way. To who sat next him."Well '

this BiiKnesUou there are two answers. nnd ", 'ha ItT' retorted! the tor, and your pocketbook grow !

One la that It is pure conjecture. The youth "11"! ,Is Sot just come from CROPS

other answer Ji that history dhows us ch'>olw! -Corahlll SluBsrlne.bnfnleret : fattor' than over before.MANUFACTURED .
many occasion tt hen the great man '
:To Women/
wall needed 1. and when the need of him i il
was acutely felt and 1 )'et when lie did o sac women' as are not seriously out l ,,
not appear. Tbo greatness of some I Iat health but who have exacting duties INWilliams' '

men Is. largely due to favoring conditions. I toperform) either In thejway) Of house

'I. Other men perhaps mure brilliant hqld cues or In social duties and funorlously ""
: J'"aol= 'V5..J.J.O. Fla.
'I achieve ICBM than their |powers tl t hi II .' tax their strength ::oorl.: : -

'! seemed 1 to IJI'olUlllo because they were '51 we ur.Ingmothers, Dr.Plerce'sFavorite
most -- -
I' ription hat proved a
e E not quite In key; with their own age.
valuable rung tonic and InvlgoratH
1'erhaps they were uhend of It.-James
moth
IIH tlTP1y 11"4'
moraine H/ Mail Order
Mammoth House
halt Uazl'a'
Bryce In Pall te. '
prima\ alt'knraa II' xm1 l"-t rnuy xt"dw ,
Conveniently located close to F. E. C. Ry. depot cmeratlng table and theM
From
in the famous INDIAN RIVER ORANGE SECTION Crest Little Csusss.AVhllo '''"' 11 II.. w ,2i West Bay St. -P. O. lies 401JACKSONVILLE:, FLA
This house I la practically new, having been entirely rebuilt, staying at the court of Frederick -l Mom hive_ to h, empl.TH I this m rat I
more rooms added, piazza, erected, ..od.1I modern conveniences II. of Prussia Voltdlre preneute lMme.de '
many "" ii" I f >Yijli R .J. J. WILLIAMH, l'r |>rletor, I
Installed and has been Pompadour's compliments to toln"go 4jimf t The'h'avurltel4o.crip-

-COMPLETELY HE-FURNISHED the king, who Hcornfully replied "Je tun" us pro\en"s, boon to expectant I .
Accommodations for twenty Rates: $2.00 a day and up. no la connala pan.. Out of vengeancefor mothers by preparing the system for the
CASE OOOD9-EXPUKS8! / PAID OLD HOMESTEAD CORN WHISKEY,
Specialweekly and monthly rates. so much Insult as she deemed It, coming of baby, thereby rendering child 4
p.,, o. WALTON; I>ropr. madame induced the weakmluded Louis birth safe easy, and almost painless DE8OTO' RYE gallon, Jug, express paid . .$ 3 CO '
Bear in mind, please that 1>r. Pitnet'sFavorite :
11 11t XV. to convert bill country's longstanding ls not a secret or' 4 Full Quarts . . . .I 8 (J JO 8J'RCIALOII'FER" ,
8ANF01CI hostility against Austria Into Proscription which the tnnutIntelligent II" . . . . IK) Idlebrook Wblhy'q' drums-.Distillery
friendship. A Franco-Austrian.. patent. medicine, against 1:1": . . . 1J 70 Bottling Express Collect, .
people are quite nkturallyaverse
then took the field against I'ru'lla.and because of the uncertainty at to U" freight pald. UOtl100rIDt.lotlrum.3( 00

as It woos an easy matter for madame their composition and harmless character. WIUIAMSNO.10HYK.. :gal Half Pints 'In drnm . . 3:100:

t Cl/ SANFORD, to enlist the practical sympathyof but U a MEDICI pr KNOWN COMIOSIrioif > 4 Full Quart . . . 3 20 Hold only by drum Will not break dram

he Sanford House Elizabeth of Russia who had been a full list of all, Its Ingredients being' 0 :: :: . ... . ? 4 60 CORN WlIlI'4KEY'-E.pr. Collect.
FLORIDA. of Frederick's Indiscreet bottle- . .
1:1 00
the subject prlnt.od.ID plain English on every : .j 0 Kooky Fork, per bottle, . . .1100
remarks half million lire examination of this list of
also, a were wrapper. An 00
OLD HALIFAX UYE. 3
Kooky lrorkpsroase.r
disclose the fact that It Is
u'- lost-Ix>ndou Notes and Queries.He ingredients-aicoholio will In Ita composition chemically I.4 Full Qnarta./,1. 4 20 N. (I. White, better. . . . 300
Under the management of '\ non' pure, triple-refined glycerine taking II" 6 q I() N. 0. White floe . . ,. .360
Came Back st Her. the place of the commonly I used alcohol.li' 1:1": .. : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : U 00( Laurel Valley Corn. . . . sots
HAimY" P. DRIVER "Many mendicants," Mid a New In Its make-up. In this connection '
may not bn out of place to state that the SUNNY SOUTH RYE RYE WHISKEY-Express Collect.
late assistant manager of Sao Juan Hotel, Orlando, Florida. York clarity offIcial, "are humbugs, "Favorite Prescription of uri Pierce lethe 4 Full Quarts .. :3 7) Per Gallon
do well to refuse their requestafor of
and we woman's medicine: \ put weakness up l"a and curs al Imenw I- II" . 4 M, ) Queen City . . t. . . a: (00
help. WbauCI.'lIe.Dt digs, though. and peculiar sold through drugglKts, all 12" 8 (JI) l'4unDyliouth. . . .. . :360
they sometimes give us In return. I the Ingredients of which have this nnanlmous au Pints . . . . ... 12 00YKLLOWMTOVB Jy.Malt..I. 3 00
remember the case of a farmer' wife endorsement of all the Hullnit Hurdle Ryepecia.' 4 00
r DUCK FISHING who refused a tramp a night's lodging medical writers and teachers of all the BOUHBON.Bottle Orerholt -. < i.. 4 00itlob
SHOOTING ,
''''eIJ\then ma'am,' said the tramp, several schools of practice, and that top .' I 1 25 Hill i. : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : 4 00

.. MOTOR and FISHING BOATS at all times.RATES 'would you mind If I slept In that big as remedies for the ailments Is re ommended.A for which. Case . . : . U: 00 Planter. . . . . . . B 00
Favorite Prwicrlptlon" . . . . *B
meadow there behind your barnr little, ,book: of these nndoriM-menU will OLD IJOOXK-Kipress Collect.Old Boons 00
. : 3.00 and up. Special weekly) and ontbly.IIKNDEltSONVILLK "'No,' said the ,,woman 'you, may be sent to any address post-paid. and Williams Private $.sl. . . . 0 00UottJ..lln
absolutely free If you request same bypostal bond by the U. H. OOY m t.
.., sleep there It you like 1 carol, or latter, of {}r. U. V. Pierce, 4 Full Quarts, Exp paid-----e S 00 v ALCOHOL
.
----- --- r 'One thing more, ind'am,' said the buffalo:: N.Y.10r 12 lI'uIl4uar"1: Exp paid. . 12: 75 One Grade Only and Jug . .MOO
N. c. tramp, 'before I say good nlgb< Will Plerce's Pleasant Pellet cure eon- 24 Full': Plats laxp. paid_ 13 7ft

".a you please have Die called at o'clock ttlp many'tlon.'diseases.Constipation Cure the Is cause the cause anti r of U 48 Fillip l'IntsE.p paid 19. 00 GIN 3 00, 3 00 and 4 00

sharp J. want to CHtcn the cattle the disease. EUT to take aa candy. -
cure
. Spend a Part of Your Summer's Vacation train to taarket.. -SEND US A TRIAL ORDER


THE BLUE RIDQE MOUNTAINS OF WESTERN XORTII CAROLINA.

think pore spring water, breathe God's pure air, where th) nights are DELIVERED

'a> cool and NO MOSQUITOES. t oo' AS-QUICK-AS-A-WIHK.


'TtL' GATES has 140 elegantly fnrdlnbed rooms, electrlo lighted, Otis elevator

broad verandahs, ball room and orchestra that Is consideredthe '
We Guarantee to Orders'Same Are Received
Ship Day They .
finest In the State. Cuisine and service the bent, and at prices

within the reach of all. Write and tell us what yon want as we x

give all correspondence our personal attention Address. WE WILL ,SHIP YOUr

__ WM HEWITT. Manager Hotel Gates, HENDBKSONVILLE.. X. C.
__ : t r ... Charge Added ''to( Cottof, } Goods )



NEW YOJUr.IotelMarlborough : 4 Quarts SUNNY BROOK $5.00



I ( 1 '' 7Yy1'( RO
Quas'is'Sunny Brook $ g3.00i'
wme Poo. Wire POOR
I $am cNlyll UKU'J' wM/Sx (
3Cth and 37th Streets New York.
Broadway, '
rb'r+ ; w Y BOTTLED N BONDUWDEH
Completely Renovated and,transformed In every department Most oenteaily -

located hotel on BrosuUay. ELECTRIC LIGHTS and TELEPHONE(
I la I GOVERNMENT SUPERVISION
every room in the.hou... II..

EUROPEAN PL/ N'. 400 Rooms. 200 bath rooms. Rates: fl. .and'up Prico-

ward: wlthont bath. $2 and.upward with bath. Parlor bedroom and b wth f 3 send for List Long Distance 'Phone 188

and upward. Parlor two bedrooms and bath $3 and upward. \ LT32

SWEEXEY-TIERNEY HOTEL COMPANY CHAS., BLUM *c CO., 517-519 W. Bay Street, Jacksonville, Florida

E. M. TIERNEY. Manager. r

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COAST ADVOCATE.. TTTUSVlliE..&. JUNE 2(5( 1908. I
8


........................... ....................... !. PLEASING TO THE EVE


a: WniTK-FOUCATALOOUK: r. $ GIFT-GIVING GOODS 4TH OF JULY beautiful"To those and who take have a delight"an eye In for seeing tbe John B. Walker A Co


Diamond I'me Jewelry : lulls, flowers and vegetable grown to ,
.
c .. Watched. Clocks, -AT- === perfection on Tltusvllle soil, there Js DO -THE HEPAKTM EN I1' STOUE-

1 : Rings. PinHrobcbea yo ,l Qr.. iaas, :: pot In this section more pleasing to the ,

= !JPr SlInr Tea bets :: eye than the cozy home place of Mr. Jif ,
CARRIES A FULL LINK OFClothir
Pob CbalnsLocksU
*,
of Palm
y w SllverFlat"are TITUSVILLEII : Osban, lpcatedoo, the corner
:
er I
Creases, Toilet Articles :: and Hopkins streets Choice rose, gera

r Charms, ,: e -. r.: lIaDd.J'aIDted': alums, vine and shrubbery ,lorD: the :;> : .g, :c ry Goods
Jlucklen. Cbllla, front yard and veranda, giving the en
JJracelel\ nod "Pi II'J JtH7 Rogers ..
trance an air of gentle refinement, while Shoe. GrnU Furnishings Etc. We
:t all kind of Plated ware :: Notion, Millinery, repreiem 'wo ,
( .. tbe scrupulously clean appearance of the largest and, |best E Tailor-Made Clothing House la America.
: side and rear yards, well filled with a .

: / J9 S doe clock of grown fowls, broiler and f Furssiture: :
.
little chick, give evidence that the occupant ,
if
c JRWKLEHS KIMFKgMITIIH. have for tbe culinary* well
41 West Hay St. JACKSONVILLE, FLA. tBatldactorl I a* the* domestic a care department. All of this I House and Office Furniture of all Kind? and Description.

Guaranteed. We Prepay all Forwarding Charge.
*
: I II pleasant to look at and create good .......
.+*._*_ *+******.*****.**.- ..********************r Impression, but. the vegetable garden, .:: 3ardware: .,

., adjoining tbe/Jsrd on the west side, I la a t .
---- --- ----- ---
veritable model truck garden, a credit to A Full Line of Heavy and Shelf Hardware, Ship Chandlery Hunter' SUPI

Robbins & Graham Co. DEATH OF MR. JEFFERSON tbe town and a wonder to look) ,at. Well Everything needed by tie FUberroan.Orocories .

fringed on the north aide with tall
We much regret to learn that our : '
(Incorporated.) ,heavy-follaged banana plant a* a pro :
valued friend
I Mr. Cbas. B. Jefferson, ,
:PAID UP CAPITAL $25,000.00: eldest son of tbe late famous actor-Mr. "lection against the wintry winds, fertll 9

This company own Joseph Jefferson-la still seriously 111 (zed up to tbe highest point with ra. A Full and Complete Stock of Staple and Fancy Groceries.
l from the stable weft supplied with
UST 3D S with malignant stomach trouble, In StLuke' poet ,
H.
,
water whenever needed by an irrigating
hospital Cathedral Height, New
ft the Indian IIIrei Country; On the St. York. Tbe specialists give very little CONCERT 9:00: plant, vegetable of every kind and of I Send your older and have all your needs filled at once. A trial will

Luole River;' at New River and on Bay hope for Mr. Jefferson''reo very. Aj the choicest( varieties are grown to per. vince you of the 'great saving both In money and trouble, made by orderl'!
BOAT RACES = 9:30 the round The DEPARTMENT STORE..
: faction year corn now your merchandise from THE
t XMacayne Prices to suit the times most of the AnVOC.ATB reader kaow,
growing there I la vlelng with the banana
Mr. Jefferson' home and
Send for Land List. are at Hobs Sound, on the orange south end grove of BICYCLE RACES ? 2:30: plantain height and abundance of foil Nf N1N.N.NNN.N.NN NN.NN..N.NNN
Office at Tltusvllle and Miami Fla. while the bean okra squash and
,
,
e Indian River, and he and Mr*. Jefferson age X H. O UTLIT,General Manager. DB E. It BLAKKWOOO: ,Registered Dru CI.i .
tailed from Jacksonville on tbe Clyde BASEBALL3:30: other vegetable are keeping pace with

East Coast Meat Market steamship Comanche, Sunday, May 21- the corn A sleek Jersey cow nipping

Kr the ADVOCATE editor being "with Mr. GRAND BALL 8:30: grass on the Yawn, a litter of spotted

and Mr*. Jefferson up to a few minute pointer puppies In the, kennel, a trio i TITDSYILLEPHARMACY
I O. F. DUREN, Agent. bandiom-
before she tailed. Mr. Jefferson did not of the rosiest, healthiest and ,
est children: In tbe State, all give vivid
enter St. Luke's hospital on the 12th of The Indian Hirer Band of Tltusvllle to tbe Red Cross
Pharmacy.
((5UOOOll.orll )
has solve
Indication that Mrs. Osban
May, a* stated lo several Northern and will tbe Dank i
concert at at
give a corner
"f Southern newspaper He wa* on theEast 9 o'clock which will the problem of. "Howito be happy thougbmar.rled. 'TITUSVILLE FLORIDAA
start
a. m., tbeda'a ." ,
'I. .4:3": 1 1rn Coast of Florid on that date celebration.
l".,' If a few ot\ers would devote the same
Tbe prize for the bicycle race will be care and attention to their premise a* Complete Stock of-
announced next week
I : == I.ATKH has been given to those above described
.. Since the above was put I Intcftype" The following race for motor boat tbe expense of living would bn !,reduced, : PURE DRUGS AND DRUGGISTS SUNDRIES,

\I I a.fl new ha been received at this office live been ,,arranged for the Fourth of the owners made happy, tbe town made 8 Y.
0-; ; that Mr. Jefferson died July celebration Tltusvllle t ''Prescription* Filled with they
fl =, on Tuesday prosperous and beautiful, and there .
a a.i night Iq St. Luke's hospital from a com das A.-Speed boat of 12 mites and would be attractions for visitors and Inducement Utmost Care and Promptitude

tt i : plication of stomach trouble. He II I ver, to be raced according to time for them to locate here. I

TITUSVILLK FLORIDA: survived by a wife and four daughter handed In, and If they exceed such timeto WE WANT TOUR TRADE GIVE US A TRIAL ORDER.

Th funeral service will| be private be penalized double. Tbere will be THE ECLIPSE.

r and the Interment will take place at Irat and second prizes consisting of +*..>..NNN*.....+..*.....*....+....NNINN

Sandwich, Mass., where Mr. ,Jefferson handsome silver cup. Course 0 miles Mr. A. R. Moore, of Merrltt, sends the
owned a pretty summer home, and Class B.-Motor boats of speed 8 to 11
! following to tbe ADVOCATE:
where the editor of the ADVOCATE visit mile per hour. Boat In this clan. will The moon will pas between the earth Titusvillo Lumber CARE

fI ed Mr. and Mr*. Jefferson a few summers tart from an anchor with engine not In and the sun on Sunday, June 23. The
-- motion. Anchor to ba raised and engine \
ago. eclipse wilt be total In Florida on a line
k Mr Jefferson was personally known to started at 'IIItDa.1 from a gun. First and from
\; Tampa Bay Florida, to Cape Ca. NO\\ SELLING
the editor of this paper, "who knew him second prize, consisting of handsome naveral, Florida. Seven-tenth of the ,

to; be a whole-souled, kind-heartd geut- silver cups Courses! miles.
sun will be obscured on a line from Dallas -
I leman, a man whoso sad deatb will be Class C.-Motor boat of speed not ez. Texas, to Philadelphia, Pa,' and :
,. ceding 8 mile hour Boat In this LUMBER
regretted by thousand of people In this per tbree-tenth.o'f the sun will be obscured I.
1- class will also start from anchor with
country and In England, where be was ,: an on a line from Los Angeles, Cal., to Duluth -
partly educated engine not In motion. Anchor to be Minn

Mr. Chas. n. Jefferson wan his father' raised and engine started at signal froma At Philadelphia tbe eclipse will beginat AT TUB FOLLOWING TRICE

manager and personal representative for gun. Sis cash prizes, ':S, *5. '4, $3, U 0.10 a. It will be'deniest at 11:08a.

a great many yean, and after his death and $1, Course 6 miles m. framing, dressed four side*. . . . . . . t1J:,
m, ending at 12:51 standard
ii' r )itr Jefferson became manager for his Class C start at 9:30 a. m. (eastern) timer p ,m., : B.jrJooring, Celling and Siding . . . : . ItNo. ('

brother, Mr. Thomas Jefferson, who was Class B starts at 10.10:: a. m. In Florida the. moon will\ ap-pear' to 1.Common Flooring, Cell! ig and Siding . . . . 15

'" \ playing "Rip Van Winkle." Ha event Clan A starts at 11 :39 a. in. No.2, Common Flooring,CellDg; and biding. .. . . . 10Door
.
,: pass completely on to the sun's disc. The
J i.f i. ally relinquished the position, and went Boat must be entered In such event sue will not be completely hidden, but and Window Casing and Finishing Material, dressed four tides 20

!I I You will\ not make a mistake by try to his home at Hobe Sound, so that be as correspond with their best peed. will be surrounding the black disc Sheathing, dressed one aide . . . . . . 10

i Ing the above brand of Whl.ke1-lt Is could devote more of bU time to his Entries. to be made to Commodore J. of the moon with brilliant ring of light F, O. B, CARS TITUSVILLE FLA.- PROMPT SHIPMENT

1\\ tbe grandest,,for the money orange and grapefruit grove and 'look orlllard, .1 r., lUusvllle, Fla., up %to Now Is the time for a popular study of -- '- .- -

' 11 "f" :: HANNE BROS., after the Jefferson estate at Went Palm July 2nd Inclusive f astronomy. Open the children' physical D. H. SPELL: DR. J. C. SPELL, Reglnred Phsrm
''t,' Jacksonville Florida. Beach and In Louisiana Entries are free, and all motor' boatmen geography and see the beautiful cut

1 Complete Price List for the Asking." Mr Jefferson wan 57 year of age are Invited to enter' their boats In of the heavenly bodies we are most famll- :Banner Store.TI
When these event Drug .
dining with Mr. Jefferson and lar with; studiously consider the earth :
'amlly' In New York, Mr. Jefferson The event of the day will\ close with a
I IUBLINGERAutomobile presented ID its dally rotation, It. annual revolu- FlOhlDA.
the Grand Ball at the Tltusvllle Opera House
: ADVOOATK editor with his
U Ion, its size, 2.\OOO mile In clrcumfer
photograph, which hang: on the wall of commencing at 8:30::) p, m. Music by the nee, its orbit around tbe sun, 600,000* Toilet Articles, Rerflimery, Statiohery, Etc

I our editorial office. Tltusvllle Orchestra. boo miles the tbe north
; planets, star,

::1 1 I GILCHRIST THANKFUL. be rhoon, In reflected_ light, its Influ SODA WATERS and ICE CREAM

DEATH OF, EX-PRESIDENT nce upon the tides, its circuit around

CLEVELAND. the earth, the sun's orbit eto
To the People of Florida:
,t I Successful farmer observe the phazss ,.PURE FRESH DRUGS..
I wish to fruy high
HIGH WHEELS Grover Cleveland, the "ent1..ecoDd express appreciation of the moon In planting seed and In rals-
, : i for the vote given: me In the recent Mall orders promptly filled. Will order anything have not In Stock
SOLID TIRES President[ of the United State, died at Ing stock. Are such observation Intel-
I 'prlruart election. I feel profoundly
his home at Princeton, N. J.,on Tuesday !gent or superstitious
STANDARD TREAD. grateful. Before and during my candidacy .
morning at 8:40: o'clock from a complication I was a Floridian. I am a Floridian B.: L. BRAY: : dz RRO-,
of diseases. He had been differ* CHURCH NOTICES.
$375.00 and Up. now. I hope every one will feel that
i I .ti leg for a long time from Indigestion,
they are Floridians and that this Imposes AND AND
j W. P. UIDBBWOOD, Fort Pierce, Fla. which Indirectly .wa the cause of his upon them the duty of working EPISCOPAL ciiirncu, GROCERIES, GRAIN HAY ALL FOOD PRODUCTWe

, t4t death. It wa stated tbat Mr. Cleveland: tor the prosperity, growth and develop Dean Robottom will\ officiate at St. handle PRODUCE of all klnda. We are agents for MAPES FERTILIZE
lad suffered from gastrointestinal troubles We deal exclusively the above line of good and solicit the trade of all coma
ment of our great State. This can be lark'*church Cocoa at 11 o'clock Sun-
t : fiWest organic disease, of the heart and er. Write us for price on Grain and all Groceries delivered at station
End Pharmacy kidneys and heart failure. Heart failure* test accomplished Inculcating a spirit day morning, and at St.Gabriel' church, E.: L. BRADY BRO. TITU8VI tour FLA. _
,
of kindliness and good fellowship. I Tltusvllle, at i.::10 p. m. All are welcome -
t rr EAU OALLIE, FLA. pulmonary tbomboilt and oodema were all
rust that unpleasantness engendered -
.:' \ S. c Hodgson M. D., R P., the; .direct oaUlea of his death. It was t
during tbe late political campaign will DA.PTI8T"ClltTRCH.. INDIAN RIVER. COMPANYDealer. ,
.. known that President Cleveland' condl-
Proprietor. soon be like the campaign Itself, a thingof Rev Wm. Stone will preach to TitusIlle _
r: Corner of Young and Houston Street tlon: wa very low but the fact wa kept In
tbe past Had I been defeated I would on Sunday next at 11 o'clock a. m.,

;' Complete Stock-of Drug and Druggist'sSundries secret by fors the time pbyilnUnt, Tuesday and morning lamlll'J'hoUlb simply have said, I regret I did not re- and at'Oak Hill at 3 p. im-: STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES

eel enough vote
Cigar, Stationery, Perfumery ye
there wa a show of rallying, a sinking MeTHODIST CUCBCII
, Toilet Articles, In conclusion, I wish to express mji At Competitive Price.
Sou,eo''If1 Cards spell cane and he died very soon after Prayer and praise service at 7:30: p;m., GASOLINE
h M hank* to the people of Florida for gly/ CYLINDER OIL, CUP GREASE, ETC.
Candles, Etc, ward Mr*. Cleveland was at the bed. led by L. A. Cunningham; Sunday
IDg me not only enough vote, but '
many .A.l.1cnhu.rs't (UAULOVER CANAL) r'1L
aide The children are at their summer achool at 3 p. m led by J. A. Bogg. ,
Carefully more than enough, to nominate me for I'osioflloe Addre
** TITUSVILLE FLA.
Prescriptions Compounded.Hodgson home la Tamworth, X. IL, In care of Church conference Wednesday. m. just ,
' the high office of Governor of the great
i there grandmother, Mr, Terrlne.
after the
prayer meeting. Every member *
'- State of Florida. Very sincerely,
Al.FRED W. GlLCtlHIST of the church I* requested to be M11RVIN GOODJ.\iI.AN,

i r Bros. Orover Cleveland warn born In Caldwell resent. The paator will preach at Os- Next to F. E. C. R,. depot

Essex couuty, N. J., March 18, CLEAN UP. teeD Sunday a. m. and p. m. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.

EAU OALLIE. INDIAN RIVER, FLA. 1837 ,Ou tbe paternal aide he was of -Maklug a Specialty of-.

i Marine Railway English origin. Moses Cleveland eml The loosening of the singletree Fretylk JsTlMlitW
The Jacksonville Metropolis says: on IlllCl OllIKlloW,
General Merchant and Ship Chandler. grated from Ipswlck, County of Suffolk, "Determined to make the city of Jack. John Kittle dray caused the horse., so '
England, In KU3. and settled at Woburn Ols-firm. and Cold DDrinfe'Try
..Special Facilities.. onvllle clean from one end to the other, rue away, yesterday afternoon, pulling .
M...., where he died In 1701. Ills descendant SCHLITZ FIZZ-a,Non-Aloohollo Beer.
the hold
Mayor, W. H. Sebrlng flu Issued an or. he dray by back (trap*. Start.log
For Hauling Out, Storing and Repairing William Cleveland wa a silversmith Fresh.
1 der asking that the weeds, eto,be removed from tbe West end of town It ran SANFQRD BREAD, CAKES AND PIES-always

L Yacht and Launches. I and watchmaker at Norwich) from all vacant lot. This order round a few block without damage uaII Your patronage ollclted. Satisfaction guaranteed. _

: Mention the ADVOCATE when writing. ionn. Richard Falley Cleveland Ion of Issued annually, about this season of It tamed from Julia street into Washington -- -
the latter named, who graduated at Yale '
the year, and those ;who fall to comply avenue, when It would have run

ID 1SJ-1,wa ordained to tbe Preabyterlan with It will be prosecuted In the munl- Into the postofflce but. for the Interfer W. :a:. PARKER E : : .,
w R Orange Grove at a Itargalu ministry, In 1829!. and la the same year clpal: court." once of a "V. I. A." barrel.\ LeaIDrtbe .1

*'b 6 acre, hammock land,4 acre of bearIng married Ana Neal, daughter of a Baltimore TUutvllle property owner should Mow body and two wheel the borae ran near TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.

orange: grove, about 1 mils from Station. merchant. These two were the suit. the curbing, overturning everything lo Tin And shoot Iron 7Porhor,

Crop*-1WJJ$80.; I900,'15Q.f; 1007, parents of Grover Cleveland the way, down Goldsmith', store, and TANKS OF ALL KINDS MADE TO ORDER, '
*50O. Will be aold at a bargain. it
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This I la a rare chance for anyone who of kinds WALTOX SELF-LOCKING BLOCKS ben across to Norton's, where It demol- ROOFING-TIX /AND GALVANIZED

"want an orange grove. JOB : done at are for sale by the Atlantic Supply Ilhed the steps, benches: and. everything BOAT PUMPS AND TANKS A SPECIALTY

Address, MonaASf W.ALTOlC'L this office reasonable. rat... Gin Co., East Bay street, Jacksonville, tandloug outside, before being captur Dealer la BICYCLES AND BICYCLE su'DR1
ltutllle, l'"la. a* a share of your work Fla ed. The hOrN WM not hart. '
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