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Title: East Coast advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: July 17, 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
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Succeeded by: Indian River advocate

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LOCAL NEWS -Mr. H. \udiews: of Cocoa was Stand "In" Cro8xctts, and You'll -Mr. A. O. Frlnk a well\ known lonl- Hare Property i'or.sele At KHU AMONG THE HOTELS

in Titusvllle on Monday aDd Tuesday. Stand Mror" Them. deut of Eau Oallle was In town un GnllltS riorldu.I e

nd Topic. of General Interest. Judge M. S. Jones left here Monday \\'ell UNltl.y, Take note of the hotel ads. on our '

for Fort Pierce to hold a special You only need to try a pair of the -Mr, and Mrs Ii. Hughes, prominent have seven acres of land for sale on 7th page

THE ADVOCATE term of court. smart new Crosgett which we're shoe residents of Georgians were recent pleasant the bank of Eau Oallle harbor Indian Tile ADVOCATB Is on file at all the ;

In advance. TUE DKN'TOS Is now located at the ing now In order to appreciate them.A I tellers at this office. River Fla, adjoining<< the winter headquarters '. best. hotels In New York city. I
CJ' 11.50 per annum shoe Is as good as Its weakest pait of the Kentucky Military In.
,75 six months, City Wharf, !Stuart Dentistry in Send the ADVOCATK your Job Printing The Breakers hotel, 8Dabro i The have .
i reason why we built the .
countries.
to foreign up I
12.00 per an., all brancbes +
skillfully executed. the !Seaside Inn, Daylona Beach-two
of Cronsetts with wife of the Water eioullont and
reputation our -Mrs. I. N. Johnston front boating
subscribe for the ADVO- Dr. J. Edward Urlcb. good seaside hotels. -are entertaining
When you ers is because there Is no weak clltom.I' lessee of the Palinhurst, left yesterdty "fUlilng." Good, safe harbor Klag station

N L by the year, It does not rout you -Mr. and Mrs. P. Berlelsen and their which we must apologlce. for Jacksonville/ to spend a few days, adjoins land<< Trains. paws for a number of !guests "i iI

free cents per week, postage Included. daughter, prominent residents of Mlcco, part which will give out and spoil the !Rocklpdgp, Palm (teach and Miami, and Mr.I I N Johnston lesaeeof the Palm
-The steamer Lena, In command<<1 of
Reading notice ads. are ten cents were recent pleaaant callers at the AD hoe for you-It Is solid and dependable.WINHTOV I connect with West Indian steamships hurst, Tltusvllle, arrived<<1 here the first
:r 'Japt. E. V. Hall took a number of people
line! on this page. voters office 8. URAMNINO, )Fine piece of property for winter of the wOtk. amid has been getting
r !, to the plonto at Cocoa, yesterday' >
the ADVOCATE at Manda- -County Commissioners T. A. Johnson Headquarters for Style and Value, homes or semi-tropical gnrdonlng. )Fine things In readiness for the opening,
tfGet Tltunl1 ', Kin Moonlight sailing Is again In older winter climate. which will\ be as soon as the house hasbt'ei
store. J. M. Osban J. H. !idiot and R. A. .
le's: jewelry : on Indian River, and those who goon Will soil chesp. I thoroughly overhauled and cleaned
Conkllng, were la attendance at the
-Mn. Julius Kline and daughter left 'neeilng of the Board this week regular -Mrs. Tree. Wilson left here on Wed. these trips seem to enjoy them.Brevard ) Write .1, O. 1VALTore Mr. Johnslorr4ias engaged Mr, Philip S. I

Xew York on Sunday. nesday for Daytona Beach! on a visit. \ to County Jail can be placed Walton Self,Locking Mock. Co., Townsend a popular hotel man, as head : '

-Capt. and Mrs. Wm. II. Sharpe of TIlE TITUSVII.LE PHARMACY will Mis Coo Massey. In lirat,-class condition for *JK)0;( No use Boston, Mouse. clerk If possible Mr. Johnston will
fill your mail orders promptly and at the I'almhuut.umorro".
,arpe, were welcome visitors to Tltusle. reasonable prices. -!lr.V, W. Dewhurst a prominent taxing our jroperty owners to build a open

: last Saturday. lawyer of St. Augustine was In Titus. u"" jail, just to pluMe a few people, HEAT WAVE WAS AWFUL, Atlantic City, N. J., has somewhereIn
-Dean Robottom held service In the of nine hundred
vllle from Sunday until Monday. the neighborhood
Oaulden has been In Dll. HOUGtlTO.V dentist Peck Block
L.
-Judge D. ,
Episcopal church at Courtenav, Wednesday Twenty-throe tiled In New YOlk city lintels, Including the larger boardinghouses
,itusvlNe! a few days this week looking -Mr. and Mrs. 8. 11. Ratbbun's ce 1)aytoga, Fla. tf. '
on Tuosday A telegram from New Yoi, k .
afternoon at 3iO.:: () baptizing the During the height of the season
1 tor his legal business. Infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. La meat block residence Is going along -Mrs. Fred W, Kettle of Tallahassee city says that on Tuesday alone t..nt.1. these houses shelter nearly a quarter
}1 1I. bslln and Ie.r nicely, and will\ soon be up to the roof. but resident of. St. three were killed and
-Mr. E. D. editor prop Roche of Cocoa. formerly a popular persona of a million visitors. In the summer >it>

of the Cocoa and Rockledge 'XWII. -Mr. K. II. Fren1!y, a former Vest- -Mr.Vm.. R, Roesoh editor and pro- Augustine, Is again In the Ancient City prostrated by the heat wave In the eight- there Is hardly room enough on the II

:u t pleasant caller at this office on dent of Tltusvllle, but now of Miami, pi'tetor of the Eau Oallle\ Record, was visiting bet mo'her Mrs. (t. \W.; Ilowatt. hums ending at \J'M: :: o'clock that night boardwalk, especially In the heart of
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onday.Mr. among the pleasant visitors to Titusvllle 1 be polloe records do not show t those the resort to along with comfort.
was a recent caller at this office, and -Mr, and Mrs. W, B. Prevatt of I' move
the 4th.WILLIAM. who. died from heat under care of private divide the crowd
Rufus Stewart our next repre- "planked down" $1.SO for a yeai's sub- on Jscksonvllle who are visiting Mrs Pre- 1 The boardwalk police

otaUve In the Florida Legislature, was scilptlon to the .\DVOCATR.ur TELL Flour at Goldsmith's. ."U'. sister, Mis. W. S. Brsnnlng were physicians. Within has the last foity-two: at the center of the sixty-foot wide<
hours (tbe hot spell claimed forty.
Saturday last, shaking hands made happy on Tuesday evening by the structure and keep a stream of people
town on If you take any Interest In your -Mr. John C. Jones who had been In four victlbs. The ollloUl tliernioniotur In either direction. No wonder
old-time friends. arrival of a fine eight pound boy moving
ith
I. home newspaper, send or bring any Titusvllle for a while, visiting Ills family touched IJ degrees at boon ou Tuesday<< the Grand Atlantic hotel, under the able e

-Messrs. A.' R. nodgson and W.m. Item ;you may have to the A DVOC TIC and parents left for his home and orange -The ADVOCATH
II. Gleaaoo two prominent residents office. Do not think It too much' grove at Klondike on Wednesday the presence of about 11 beautiful young weather with a strong breeze such an Immense business

Eau Gallle, ''were In town from Sun.ay trouble.Mr. e ladles and cbaperoncs from Cocoa and blowing across Indian River; and wotk i
-Members of Brevard School BoardE.
until Monday. We,acknowledge a Rockledge on the 4th. Call again ladles. men on the buildings have not, this sum Hotel Champlain, Clinton Co., N, Y, .1.1I.
W. C. Thomas, of Orangedale, B. Arnold, Ueo. 8 Singleton and A.
enact call from Mr. Hodgson. You are always welcome mer, lost an hour's time through the Is open for the summer soraon. Mr.
spent a few days In town with Dr. and J. Carter were In town this week, attending
heat. )Robert Murray of the Ponce de Leon, at
LYDE LINE TICKETS FOR SALE Mrs. B, R. Wilson where his wife preceded to their usual dullest on the -Mr, Henry Itchett\ of Jacksonville, 'I:
In four deaths St. Augustine the new with
Philadelphia and manager,
fifty
Two tickets fur sale over the above him a couple of weeks or so ago. Board. was a welcome arrival in TTfusvllle YBI.terd.y.aDd .
SMr prostrated was the result of the' hot wave, his assistants, have been busy for months
line at ADVOCATE office Mr. and Mrs Thomas returned home
cheap.-lJp.11 was around town shaking ;
eVicePresident and Mrs Hoffman Allan well. '[It beat was Intense, and there was preparing for his guests Situated In r
Tltuivllle. the first of the week bands with his friends. His broth
. known Baltimore visitors to the Kant many great suffering the heart of one of the most beautiful I

.So.So J. K. Farrott Oen'l.) Try Goldsmith for grain.Mr. Coast, are/ now staying at the Marlborough er, Mr. Geo. E. Pritchett, Is I In, Georgia regions la the United States, Hotel

ipt. R. T Goff, and Supt. Wakeley of and Mrs. Fred. A. Morgan and hotel, Asbury Park N. J., but -Mr. (teo. M. Bobbins has been at TO REPAIU CITY JAIL.. Champlaln. la A most aooesslbU summer

(r Ie Florid East Coast Railway, passed will, later, go to Bretton Woods, X. 'I.rr Fort Pierce for several days, defendingan resort. It It on the main traveled automobile .
Master Roser Morgan, were In Daytona
0(I I8t ,rough Titusvllle\ Tuesday, I Jon their a couple of days or so this week guestsof : Have you paid your subscription action for 110,000 damages, brought At a joint meeting of the City Council : road between Nsw York and ,

0 II ay to Knight's Key. They were on an Mr and Mrs. E. M. Holman. Launch t Look at the date. by a former railroad employee against of Titusvllle and the County Commissioners Canada, over which an unusually large

(0 apectlon tour of the road. riding and automobiling was much In the F. E. C. Railway Co., for Injury received of Brevard county, It was arranged number of motors pass At this hotel

-Several! hundred people visited TUiville ordei by the above party as Mr. and -Mrs. Utley, wife of Dr. Harry O. while In the employ of the road to repair the Titusvllle\ city: jail\ there Is a variety of sports that must
Utley, !Is getting to be quite an expert In
with atttletlo Inclina
on the 4th, 'and the ADVOCATK Mrs Holman own a fine Rambler auto- running her husband's automobile, as -Dean r, J. Robottom aDd wife, the by erecting a metal building over the please every one \I
cells where they now stand and to use tions. Jolt, tennis, I bowling, battling,
flee was Inundated with pleasant call- mobile and a couple of fast launches.Mr the ADVOCATE editor can prove, (she I. MII.e" Frances and Mollle Robottom, of ,
TI during the day them the same! for both county and oily\ pileoners canoeing, horseback riding and driving
-among many always pleased to take her friend for TltuBvllle; and Miss Jlerta Branch, of
and Mrs. F. Hemmlngs, of : until the county jail Is repaired make the clays palm quickly, while the r.
arming ladles from Cocoa
yoking i Fort Pierce, were In Tltnsvllle a couple' a ride, among them being the editorof Orlando left here on Wednesday_ by taken with bridge Informal
wkledge Eau Oallle and other places : This Is a good move on the ,part of the evenings are up
of days oi so the first of the week Mr. this paper launch, for Courlenay and Cocoa on a County Commissioners, as It will keep dances concerts and private' entertainments ; .
long Indian River.O i
visit with friends. They are expected I
mmloKS came here to represent Cocoa .
-Mrs. W. T. Wells and her charming the prisoners here while awaltlug trial, ,
, SEE lIIKJl,IS TO BUY THEM, i who presented a petition to Brevard daughter\ Miss Gladys Wells prominent home today and save the great expense of uncling Mr. Chas. F, Adams, chief clerk of the '

those Queen Quality Brown Russiatwo I County Commissioners calling for an residents of Melbourne were passengerson "Taxpayers' Brevard<<1 county should them to Ht Lucle county, which In svmecasos winter season, Is still with Manager, I

button Qoze top Oxfords that election to vote on the removal of the Wednesday's northbound train, en not be led, astray by a few people. To would mesa as much as three Murray. ___________ l.

have just arrived at Uran'ntng's. i county seat from Titusvllle to Cocoa, route to Tallulah Oa, and other places.Mr. move the county seat' would cost the trips, at a cost of approximately, $100.00for '.
in ." HOUSE DU NED,
-Mr B. A. Waublnton, who Is mak- thus putting the taxpayers an expense Wells-who la )looking after his big taxpayers many thousands of dollars each prisoner, which .the taxpayers

Ig the abstract books for St, Lucie I of about*;0000( ( for election expenses pineapple plantation-will soon follow. Our people do not want to throw away of Brevard county would rather not pay. '
About 7&0: P, M. last Saturday, a Ore
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'uot' i county property worth about $10,000( for -- -
from the Brevard ,
), county reTd MILLER
DR. DENTIST TITUS ,
alarm was sounded, and It was not long
left on Wednesday, for ARE YOU EMPLOYED f If yon desire vllle, Floe eMrs. the purpose of moving the county seat SALE OF LAND. before an ADVOCATH reporter was on the I

,lie, to attend'. second Jachon.1 a position that will give ;you a 10 miles south of Tltusvllle," said a of residence .
the the
spot, to witness burning<<
00 of the FlorlJaAbitract !good compensation, It will be to your 1C,, C. Scrlmgeour writes us prominent down-rlver resident Monday was legal sales day, when the of Mrs M. J. Day, a widow lady, '

on, which convenes at that city thiseek Interest to communicate with 'Uusl- she Is having a delightful time In Red- --- Ilrevvd odunty land advertised In the situated the loe
I lands California, with friends. In whose ADVOCATE during the five weeks whose house was near
ness 130 Orange ave., Orlando Fla. NO, SUMMER QUARTERS. past factory, )Kxoept a couple of trunks,
big ; packing-house she saw In
orange sold auction much
I IIILI was by publlo -or so
:$' Our mailing\ clerk Is sending out -Mr. and Mrs E. M. Holman of Day. use the Walton Self-Locking Block Co. thereof as was to the nothing was saved from the fire. The
1 1DVOC4TIC. arrived here last Friday to spend have and and have necessary pay house was Insured for the small amountof
to those who are In arrears to the tons tackle blocks. The blocks are now In People to eat sleep, amount due for texas, together with the

Singly, the amount ft very the 4th with Mr. and Mrs Fred A. use In every state In this country.We to have expenses the anus In the middleof cost
,'call, but when there are a hundred or Morgan of South Tltua l1Ie. They ar : the summer that they do any ether No one was In the hodse.. at the time,
The took at the Court
Ilore subscribers In arrears, It amount' rived on their cozy launch and reporteda are sorry to learn from the Day. time: of the :year: It costs money to live, sale place Mrs Day having left It but short while
hone door Tttus tlle and the auctioneer
Hftlifax Journal of the death of ,
.. a nice little sum. If you have not very pleasant trip, as there was { cool, : tona It dues not make any difference where before to visit a neighbor, and looked all
Tax Collector E. Hall
was W.
Dr. O W. Waggoner, of ferry, Pa., who
\\'Id I your subscription, remit Look at strong breeze blowing. They, however, you are, or what you are doing./ The doors before leaving."
l'ie' date on the ADVOCATE or wrapper bad a good coat of tan on their faces owned a winter home and other property result Is that a great deal of the doll condition IS being the ,lib. of July, It Is supposed .

U ho read the notice to subscribers on and arms Mr. and Mrs Holman started : In Daytona. The summer before last \ trade Is due to the fact that It Florida floes. l)ry. that a skyrocket descended on the dry

>'ar 5th page.iDEnE'S on their return trip about rive o'clockon I the editor of the ADVOCATB made the people have accepted the summer as a shingle roof; and as there was a strong

I Sunday morning Their friends were ocean trip to New York with Dr. Wag. dull time and worked to make It so. It will not help the man or woman breeze Mowing the shingles soon ovight
A REASON A 5CitNTIP'ICone !: them In Titusvllle. goner and be was a general favorite on lire and made a blaze before It was
pleased to again see A merchant will push his business dar who has a craving appetite for Drink.
why cream1 Is best made. 1 1Ir. At New York '
our the the steamship. we were
DOtloe.l,
ing all the year until It vets up to July, The desire must be removed. If you
Easy on digestion, harmless for the -\ Wm. Thompsonof Chicago, : joined by Capt. and Mrs. J. O. Walton,
and then lax and Indifferent
heiwllj\ get bare a friend or relative whom you
hablei. Danner Drug Store. rites us as follows: "I, u an old newspaper and the whole party pent an enjoyable
I an to his business As a result business would like to save from the ,dllak or DEMOCRATIC MEETING.
-Commodore J, 1C. Allen, of Allen- mao, congratulate :you la gettingout day slgbt-aeeing at Coney: Island He Is dull with him. There Is no Cobtabout drug habit, write Immediately fur confidential .

trot, was in Titusvllle from Saturday so good a paper. It Is not only a was a genial, whole-souled gentleman, the fact that the man who goes Information to On Htturdty last, at the Court-house,

"til Monday. Commodore Allen( tells I credit to you, your town and merchants, whose death we much regret. Dr. Wag/ out after the dollar Is pretty apt to get THE KKKXKV INSTITUTE( :, Tltusvllle, the Brevard County Democratic
I e that 1 but the whole East Coast The Florida goner died at his residence In Corry, Executive Committee met the
Commander Hugh L. Rodman I It. The man who does not go out. afterIt 4713 Jacksonville, Plc.r ,
bo Is in East Coast Railway Co. should also appreciate from cancer of the \liver.FIREWORKSI being and sworn in I
charge of the Sixth Light."e r Is not apt to get It. The next three following present

'< District, with headquarters at 1 the ADVOCATE:, because has FIREWORKS!! months' business will\ be Just what our Iuring the Mummer. (i. U. Gardner .. .LaGrange

karleston, 8. C., 'ha promised to eup7 : been the means of sending settlers to the Crackers, Rockets, people decide to have I&. .! F. A. Morgan, .Tltnsvllle*

,'I beacon" for the east end of.tbe HaulTer East Coast, to my knowledge. ,,1 will Roman Candles One very effective way: to prevent the II. 1'. heal ,. . .Sharper
i Canal the entrance to whioh Is very again be with you as loon as cold weather j Panty Exhibition Goods, summer from getting dull Is to advertise During the Summer Is the time to W. R. Roesch .Ewa Oallle

L and sets In. Let me know when :you cometo Lave your Teeth attended to. In the .Melbourne
to ,
find at night-especially by All Trices. freely to advertise constantly Induce C. J. F. Campbell "
Chicago The latch string bangs o winter we are all busy taking the tour .' . Grant
ngeyachts coming south from Jack- LADIES' BATHIXU SUITS people to buy and keep the money from R. T. Smith "
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onv le, St. Augustine, Daytona: New out,' and I will give you a royal time" FURNITURE, DRY GOODS SUOK-J./ : be coning stagnant I 1st'here money fur be;e1l.peo"u that Is what It. You be comes down I 8. A. OateeD,, . Lotus
see why '
myrna and other points.hardware CnAs.A.GABDWEHTltusvlIlePhone3JJOrange 4 word to the wise Is all that ought to C. D. Ftovost. Georgians

\ Notice to Growers. be necsssrjr.JackonvlIl! Metropolis.Job can work more) reasonable In the summer J. W, Orlffls . . . .Shllob

Etc. don't you. After some matters of minor Importance

Marx Brothers, Jacksonville Fla., Hose. I'rlnting. Don't go around with your mouth were discussed Mr. Gen Bl Gardner .

For all kinds of Hardware, both shelf wish to notify Growers that they will\ be looking like a burnt hole la a blanket. was elected chairman, and Mr, F. A.

',W heavy, Pita Oils, Ship Chandlery, glad to handle their Fruits and Vegetables We can veil you Cummer orange boxes Take advantage of the) low prices. lam Morgan( secretary; and treasurer ,

rockery and Glassware, call on us. this coming season If they: will 1 at all point between East Sklloh or Do not forget the tad that at the ADVOCATK working for a laborer's wage,

We have the goods and oar price are ship good,sound stock.: Over-ripe Fruit Mime and West Palm Beacb, except office, THusvlUe\ ire do job Die Xu.uuIentl. Wood for Sale.

ight. Vegetables,"or Packing House Refuse, Cocoa station, and will\ be pleased to printing of all kinds, neatly, cheaply and '-

Mall orders resolve prompt attention. will not be received. make qllotatroDa; also on wraps hoops expeditlfwly. Letterheads, Not beada, JOB PRINTING of all kinds done at line or oak, any length. Also plowIng +

JAS. PSITCHAAD sit Sow, Respectfully, and nails. Billheads Envetop- ,Tsgs,'and all other!, this office! at reasonable rates. Give and harrowing., See or address J. d

THnsvlUe, :Tla. MABZ BBOTHCU.afc 45-4 East Coast Lumber Supply Co. kinds ns a share of your work. W. Jamison Tltosvllle, Fla r'k.

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/ Free and companlmm twenty end thirty year I I "He used to say, 'Hello, you white The Wolfs' Tooth as a Maioot. Tb. eldest Eotabl'-bed' Grain aDd Seed Rouse x >RIi

were assembled to bid him farewVll. haired. lx>jT whenever hu saw me,. and A singular revival Is taking place In

Accepted Masons. Hardly an eye was dry Gay stepped after that h. was the only man In Paris for wearing tbe tooth of a wolf Y41i11t1

'" forward silently and clasped the hand Newmk: wbo could get H drink at or badger set la gold as a mascot An wmr: .. SOUrS: : ds CC

of one after the other. No one njmke. the Hfth Avenue hotel when the bar old superstition connected tbe wearing

No. 90TltusTllle With I solemn gravity the old man passed I was 10N'd. of such ornaments as provocative of ,GRAIN HAY AND GARDEN
Indian down the line. As he reacho l the "I/ shall never forget, the 'time King good fortune Tbe custom of wearing SEEDS

River fIl end he sold In a voice choking with( Edward then the Prince of Wales, a thumb ring Is also being resuscitated.! ,

; emotion; i came to the hotel. It was In 1800. I Flour, Grits Meal and Fertilizer
Lodge Florid. "Boys, we won't forget each other, think He was a young man. and his

Hold It* meeting the _oDd aDd north rri- will wet 1 won't forget you, and I suit of governors and retainers took Italian Diet. ev rA.DI. Ma 200 East Bay btreet, JACKSONVILLE, "LA i
dayof.arib month In the Miwunlo Temple, fly don't believe you will me. We'.,. been him to tbe hotel and ensconced him Tbe low restating power of the Italian

Y tu Yllle. ,at tea o'clock\ p.m. friends. some of us for forty years : comfortably In aulta 37 and 38 on theparlor even among tbe more favored Catalogue Free. Warehouses on tracks of 8. A. L. R'y and A. t : R"
P.W. Rotmrtu, Wnnhlpful MMt r.Onokr the assaults of disease baa
Ronlor Warded.Harry but now the time has come to jrf{! loot. They thought be was classes to
A Hlewert
''I'. Wllwm. Junior Warden. Don't forget the old house t>oys. She' safely nettled for tbe night but tbe long I beau ascribed to tbe profession of
H. K Wilson Tnunrer almost than Ife'' he would like to the well nigh farinaceous and leguminous' '
is dearer to me my prime deckled see a
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Jno K Walker,
Bonretary
j h Frank Smmn, Henliir IMoconThoi. and daughter, and-and"- lint ft the city before going to bed. tare vu which be aubltl..tatber.all MeMurray & Baker

.. I,,.rum*, Junior ixuuwuCluu Hteward.. With a sob the waiter stopped, hesitated lIe rang, Iud 1, answered. He asked on the heart in the later stages of
H Walton, "Senior t
\ .1. W. rrutltir, .linilur' rttewaro.J then turned his. back and bur. me It I had a ladder. I did not know pneumonia, for examplf:: too often finding -

:l>.. Bauia KnuU,,Chaplain.JNflIAN Yyl.tr.M.8. Fled down tbe stairs. Later, when he what lie was after, but said I bad one."Well Inadequate response from the defect 4O1-413 Katnt-Uay Street_ Jacksonville, Florida,

t Wee found at bis home In New York bring It around to the front of tbe muscle forming constituentstn

\ by a New: York Evening Mall reporter of the Tiotel In an hour, prop It up the diet of tbe patient- London -M Ueri and Jobbers of-

IlMKIt CIIAPTKH MO. 91, be told some 'Interesting stories of the against my window and then go away: Lancet.

ROYAL AKtll (IM""OIlI. Fifth Avenue. hotel during tbe civil he maid. ----- - Vehicles Harness Carriage and Wagon Material

I' t ThelndlanalverchetarioyalArch Masons war "I waited awhile, got the ladder, set ,
11 meet the flm WMlnmilaf, v of each month at tliMaaonlo .. "At the outbreak of the war In 1801," It In place and went around the corner

following Temple.The are the offlier of thin chapter he said, "I ran away from borne to en ao that I could see'wbnt happened. Saddlery,|RubberTI res.FlrstCIassRepalrlng .

i ]M.B.rUm. Kxrellent High Frlent. list but they refused me because I In a little while three or four well ..y '
J. R. Walker, KinK was too young I lived In Ca Dovla. known men gathered about It. Then and Painting Etc. Etc
.
rt.K rritcliett, Hurlbe.II.
H: Wilson:: TeiMiirer.O. tip state, and afraid to go home again the window opened, and down came -- -- -- .
A' HMwart, Secretary I came to New York. The Fifth ;Avenue the prince fully dressed. It 'was midnight -
lt T.H,Hamltin, ('a.t.of llnat< :
l\snoh.:1n.ory:
1'. W, Krilwru. 1'.lnOII'.ll'InJn..ml'. hotel hnd been opened by Metmrs then, and all bin: governors weetut n1EJby OOn.pnny,
e F. A, Morjcan, Royal Arch ( apMln.J.N Stevens, Hitchcock and Darling In asleep The prince went out with 22 OCEaN STREET, .. JACKSONVILLE, Fl,\.
Walter ManUir' of Third Y.
rJ:Hall:, ,taster of Honmid Vfl. 1851)! and I came here and asked for a his friends, saw the city and strolled PORTABLE AND STATIONARY
ft,Stewart Mauler of First V. Job They sent me to Mr. Stevens. and bock up the ladder about daylight And
hentlnel.0101)Klt ENGINES BOILERS
,
V.A.Luelnjr, bujLj,,
----'- Be asked me what I could do. "Every- the governors were: never the wiser

filing I replied, and he gave me a job "John T. Raymond, the actor, spent a WOODWORKING MACIHVRRT(

OF KASTEHN STAR. as waiter In two months I was head good part of Ills time at the Fifth Av SHINGLE MILLS, LATH MILL

FrlemlHblp Chapter, No. It,Soul. tu meeting I waiter! enue. lIe was great for games of ..Complete line carried In stock furl:
theMuonln IA Titus III"I on the
IHH oem
t eat anti third ruamUyi In each mouth atl-flo "Tho closest call 'the hotel ever had chance and would sro around all day ?r } mediate shipment It will!) pay yet

Chapter m. Ihe following arc the ofltuer of tbe was during the draft riots of 1&G3. just with a twenty dollar gold piece tryingto Mrai ,_ i consult us before buying;, Postal ,

14 MlM. Z"ndl.llt.t i Worthy Matron. before the battle of Gettysburg A get;: people to match with him lie "' I bringouraaleeman.lVliteforiliuetn4. ,

H, K. Wilson' Worthy Patron, great mob, numbering thousands, gathered would alt and match money al| night catalogue; and pi Ices. :.
Mrs, M. K. Kohlilni, AMiwIaM Matron above the hotel and
on Broadway If be could find one to do It with
.. any
M. K H. WilRon, reelected Hecretarjr.Mr We are General Southern: : Agents for Celebrated Farqubar Engines, BoUt
ItortliaKllnH.TrwuiurBr.The after firing some buildings and committing him, .
follow)ni(olttomni. were appointed I IMri. other depredations began to Proof is hioxluiustlblft that and Saw Mills.THEY.
"Most: people don't know that General
.
S Devon Hni, AiUh. .
rj, Mine Hull, Toouv, Kulh. v march toward the hotel, sbouttng.'Nowfor Sherman attended a ball of tbe Lydia K. IMnkliam'a" Vegetable - -
Mina I : \ hotel employees at Irving! ball, down
.4 ElocU.Chae "There was a big crowd In front of near tie Academy of Music Sher through the Change of Life.
e.1$ II. Walton Ward- the .hotel and the lobby was packed
tRt John It. Walker,H iillnal.tllKj. / .. man was at the hotel with Colonel fend the letter Mr*. E. Hanson, ARMOUR FERTILIZER!
k .M,Koblilna' Cbaplaln; with" guests and lollerf'rs.Ir.. Stevens Hooker of Vermont One day at din. 304 j<;. Long M,, Columbus, Ohio,
and Mr. Hltrbcork had a harried consultation
I ner I handed the general several tickets writes to Jlrs. lmkham :
and decided that If
KNIOIITgOF. 1'YTI1IA ,IN1'IAN BITER barred the doors It would they to our ball lie smiled and didn't "I was pausing through the Changeof
act
only as
say a DJ'thing. I did not think be would suffered from nervousness ,
7 LOHOK NO. 103, an Incentive to the mob. The bar was Life, and are made from highest quality
come, of course. While the ball waS In headaches and other annoyingsymptoms GROW

cloned progress: tbe door opened, and there My doctor told me that
"The proprietor. did not dare close stood Sherman and Hooker. We led Lydia 11:, 1'lnkham's Vegetable Compound Animal products, which are everywhere I
It of their owp accord for fear the mob waa good for me, and since taking
them to a box, and beforethey left
would break In and demand free drinks hod for it I feel BO much better, and I can known to be the best
they bought champagne everyone ; \ ,
and If they were refused would tear again do mr own work. 1 never forget
the hotel I to pieces. So we had big In the hall to tell my friends what Lydia R t'inkham'a -
t MeeM every Zml and 4th Mouday.trenliiK* In sign stuck up, 'Bar Closed by Order a of "The day after Fort Sumter was fired "Vegetable Compound did for me BiG| ( forms of plant food. Use them
"
eacn month at I o'clock. on the proprietors of'the hotel offered during this trying period. .

Chancellor Commander.. .."" ...R. M:Palloy tbe Mayor'"Stevens to pay any one $50OOO who would takeIt and will bet-
-Clianc' lli>r. ... ,. If (1. titlePrelate. nod Hitchcock were men of FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN.For your crops grow
....... .:'.::;::: .. .. ..:,?...W. H. HaA action and did know off their bands for one year. Nobody E. Pink-
' Matter at Arm'*..,, ... ........I.A. Hwaic not wbat'versonalfear would do it, and It wa. well for the Lydia
{, Muter of Work... .. .... .John R, Walker meant When they heard that the wouldn't for In ham's Vegetable Compound, made terand, your pocketbook
inner ...... owners that they that
It uanl .. .. ,1.WTMathersM
they CROPS
1 hitter(Uuaril<< ... .,., ......T.r. IHtOnirvy mob was on Its way summoned all year they made a net profit of 1150000, from roots and herbs has been the
Muterof Ktnhequer..D. ITItohar.l the employees, distributed rifles and tbe hotel standard remedy for female ills fatter than ever before.MANUFACTURED .
"Ll coln used to to
Matter of Klnanne. .. .,. ..0....UrookettU. come I 01
I Keeper of itocorde tntt seal....... A. Stewart pistols and stationed men on tbe par. octailonally. 1 showed him his room I and has positively cured thousands ,

I' All Visiting' Knlllh. cordially InllAId to at. lor floor at the top of every stairway. the lint time. After that I rarely saw I i women ho have been troubled with
,{ t.ntl. "The hot water apparatus was In full 8J and \C'cmcntl.ol.lnflammation.,ulcoratiou -
._ him. He occupied rooms t3 ,
bleat Hose was run up from the engine Mrs. Lincoln was there for a long time: fibroid tumors irregularities, IN

TITUSVIM.W CAMP NO. 111.r room and tbe furnaces set roarIng It woe rumored that her sympathieswere :: periodio pains! backache, that bear

t so that we would\ have a good IUP."Iy with the south, and tlje president II ing-down feeling, flatulency indiges- :Tac: : :: :: .vi.lle., *3TlaWilliams' I

of scalding water to greet tbe rioters did not llfftT! to come too ofteu tiondizzitfeSSornervous piostration. II I

It necessary l I Why dlJb't you try it ? -. -
r "lie always came at night, and hardly
"On the top floor and roof were hundreds I any one ever knew when be was here ::1\11'8. IMnklintii Invites' all nick .
t at of loose bricks that were aboutto been women to write her for advice.
The rooms he uxed to have have Mammoth Mail Order House.
aids be used Jo build some new chimney. occupied lately by lIS r.. Williams, Hhe has {chided thousands! to
.
\ Muss.Iwi..u.rwrwar
health. Address Lynn
,
Tom, take three men and go on tbe daughter of George Law.
when ---- ---------- 211 West O. Box 401JACKSONVILLE., Fli.
O root to tumble off these bricks I "General Wlnfleld Scott was at the -- Day St. -P.
give the command,' said Mr. Stevens niiii .I-Jin rr..JMrr.ra
hotel when I was there. lie had suit

Mobs at every I p.Ant ni and.' .h third..rp at Monday the .Maionto In oaohUoutb quietly. We rushed up and got everything 12 and 13 on'the first floor. He was a FLORIDA CHAIR FACTORY J. J. WILLIAMS, Proprietor,

t Temple. \ In readiness to give the rioters gruff old recluse and would just as Sclllnl Out 31000 Chase Sweat I* CMMMMT pi

Connnl CommamterAdTliorLlautenant ... ......F.N.III..hOO<'k the reception oC their live. soon fire a glass at you as think. 85 i ,
....... ...P. W Roberta $1 12,48
.1'i, Hanker.. .... .. ... ..,0,1..11I.11\11I. "Up Broadway we could see the "When General Grant was In tbe Asa CASE GOODS-EXPRESS PAID. OLD HOMESTEAD CORN WHISK!
I Clark .. ... .J.. ...."......Harry Wllmm street black with them, marching steadily city be made his headquarters at tbe tsar rNq rrl 4r?Para 1 gallon Jug paid I I'
snort: ....... .... ....Ooo, H.Hrmkett res. R..Lr. DESO1 By E. express
down toward the hotel. It looked M rk
Watohmao . ... ... ....J.O.UAb.n Fifth Avenue. Whenever there was a LM .Mda .
sentry ... ". ..... .. .... ... .Oeo. W. HanfoM as though we ,were In for it when I dinner at which he was a guest he adar 4 Full Quart . . . $ 5 00 SPECIAL OFFER ,;
1 Manager.... "... r II.KIark little hurriedly r".I ors (1" i" . . 7 <110 Idebroo'k! Wblukev In drunw-PliU I
push across
saw a nan to have
: used to to and ask
\ A.I"hj.UI..i: H:J. NortonIll come me : : .
W: .. . . 12 7 Bottling. Eipresi Collect
flitting' Woixliito iDYIt.ed0 the street and enter the hotel door. It tbe niter serve him'wltb a plain din i(,
cordially
]2" freight paid 1.. U W lOOPInti in drum. .::13''
att nd th* weettn'a.t 'Little Mac' General George B.
t was ( nero which meant corn beef and cab-
McClellan). who had recently been relleved bago, his favorite dish. WILLIAMS NO 10 TtTE.: Sold 200lfalfPinteindrnm Will, .not break -j3 ruU"

from the command of the Army "He always insisted %n having this 4 Full Quart . : . .:$ 3 20 ./ only by drum ,

of thi* Potomac.yMr. fare while the other guests were eating || .. . . . 4 M) CORN WlllSKEY-Exprenolollect.

t MEMORIES[ OF A At i Darling and General McCle'.Ian: capons, ttuflles and other fancy 1J It . . . . Sal Rocky Fork per bottle .1'

) t were great friends They held a hurried I dishes I never knew htm to eat rich OLD HALIFAX JIVE Rocky rk'ltel'clille.:'] t

; conference.<< Meanwhile tbe mob food and I don't think I ever saw him iilwlrsiel rr.ca. sioga. Maser.' arere.e.Iedtx'boir..r. a.hw..d 11 War .. 4 Full Quart . . .f 4 20 N, C. White, better J JIt '

FAMOUS HOTEL was rapidly npproachlng. Suddenlyone without n cigar! except at mealtime. Melees le Alt Ch.ln t.r.l.Ity Peeked' ( It .. . .. . o 00' N- C. White, floe .
St l
'
: of the employee came running upstairs. I "Those old days have passed I'm It: It . :. . . u: Uti( < Laurel Valley Corn .

t 'General McClellan is going.to I going out west on a little farm I have SUNNy.toUl'U RYE. RYE Wdl KEY-Exp'l"as' Collet

I -- check the mobr he shouted. A minute I bought with my savings, and ray wife' DINING Tf 4 Full Quarts . . :. .f *. 75 Per Gall
"
Thomas Gay's Stories About tho later 'Little Mac' ran up tbe street Ht Is comlrjj to join me soon I am CHAIRS, I II" . . 410. Queen City . a. I

met tbe mob ut the Worth monument IOloj"todoylecaulle I do not want to -..-, 12: . . .. . 8 00 Sunny South w'I:
Historic Fifth Avenue. and the leaders recognized him 'Stop see them begin to tear down the old -.".... M 15! Malt . . '
boys! he shouted. 'Follow me"A! hotel" :-:.wy -.. 001lrd t'peC'al' 4 ': ;1

"The great crowd of wild eyeir men I -'....., YELLOWSTONE' BOURBON.. "Jrboif3'8'. 4''
RENDEZVOUS OF GREAT MEN. broke! Into a cheer. 'Hurrah for "Lit : -,. ... Bottle ._. . . /. . . .. 1 2J Rich mil i : 4 '
tie Mac" and a tiger!' they jelled. It I Every time the president gets hold rwr w)xwr elrMM .xM cane . . . . . U 00 punter : : : : : : : : : : :
I I of a coin bearing tbe motto be will be I T'
was just what the general wanted. rl.rr.s OLD BOOVE-Eiw-eaa-ees Collect.oll Bootie . I
:
t. Head Walter at New York Hoitelry" reminded of another trust that refused C5c $1.%% WlllUma Private Seal
Seizing the opportunity, he faced about Bottled In bond by tbe U o. 0o"'m't.

Who Waited on Every PreildentSine and, with the mob falling lu behind, to stay busted iW r.....-_.............. MN.of W_.....WY 4 Full Quart, Exp. paid . .$500 ALCOHOLi [ ,(
Llnoolri T.II. Intereitlng In. marched down Broadway/ to Twenty- M..w.r"/LMy. .W,-r., .....r Aun_W.....li".w.__r WMr Full . ill fj J I
............. ew .....__ AU !i gSSTlciSM" !S One Grade Only and >Jug
eldent Wltne**.d During a Sarvlce first street where his house was sit The more belt our warships have the eWW IwwMcaVr -...,....,.....". -......-..-.....,.. : Full . : 73
I of Feriy.)* Ycara uated.. He had saved he notely more belts they can take from the enemy a.FLORIDA r arras err C.asy 4UFu!l
!d <"None of the men who were at the without being done up. CHAIR FACTORY jAS.'I..na..
Heaitbrokea be
::, sue hotel at New York, In \\hlch he have burled them all-proprietors, emplojees -
-- -- -- --- -- -- --- -- ----- ---- --
spent forty-six:: year of his life, Is tot and guests. I am the last I 1I 1- :

I' lie torn down to make room for aa omce guess I have come Into personal contact I 1

rt t bul1dlfl Tooma Gay, tbe aged headwaiter I with more great men than any other I EAADER
fellow in the status
Mho has personally served every "
I "I'll tell you how General Phil Sheridan
president from Lincoln to Uooaeiclt -
got to be the onlyVnan In New
In the hostelry, left recently for .
York who had free access to the bar
r Steamboat Springs Colo., where he will Guaranteed to Please Or Your Back
during the war. I had been at tbe ho- Money
Into seclusion on little farm fort
KO a
tel only f\ few mouths when Shorldau
the rest of his life
and General Balrd, who bad,married t
i During the long; years he spent at EXPRESS CHARGES
' old Gerrlt Smith/slaughter: and was ADDED TO COST OF GOODSILUM'S
1, the hotel Gar collected many lotereetI. -
i living at tbe hotel, cnme in one night
I.. lag anecdotes of the great men who
' and wanted a drink. The -rmr was
made it their rendezvous. cloned,. and tbe clerk told them so
With tears In hU eyes Gay bade tare't.1I '
r That made Sheridan mad i I $4Q
\\ to the hotel that has sheltered MONOCRAM-4
'I 'I don't give a It the bar I la : 'f Qts.
famous than other
4 more guest any closed
I I am going to have a drlnkr ,
the world. he I II ;
hostelry Slowly -
passed he shouted. 'Walt a minute,' said I General ,.. m I ,'era
I r r rtLt"I
1 from one epaelou.'room to another, I Baird, who knew me. 'IVrhups I WMISK.d :: ...; t iMHISKE, ..
''

"t 1, end forward la each to meet a train him.of {boats stepped can fix,::where that all I was rlgbt'at He work went on the upstairs \ .IN OOH wti lEY tRt9p lWl!.R.' Blum's NIonogram-12! Qts. $1 I2oo '

"...
"This was Lincoln'. room, here on I "' -- iltnirotc _- .\
park floor, and called me aside I I :- :. "0 i
I = :: I ::=:.1
W the floor be mused. "I = '
1; parlor canfI.9 Thll Sheridan Is down below, and i I tky awn it a.a.a.- ...++ att etuR "
1dm IIOtbe first time I led him !
he has got to have a drink. What can |I : BOTTLED IN BOND OR BLEND
up h tJre with his Bagging black suit and .
8LU".o
you do for oar he said. SJBJSU*
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Inimitable einlle. And, this room 1. tbe : ,
l 1 slipped down a back stairway,
I oue Grant always bad when he was opened\ the back bar and gave General SEND FOR PRICE LIST .
licro. This Sheridan's this Parra-
was ,
Baird a hint that It was all right He
gut: 'e, and here was where General Mc- LOG DISTANCE '
and Sheridan slipped In and opened a _

t I Clellan's: Vfheu the first old daughter waiter reached was born.the" din. bottle favorite of drink.Bourbon General whisky Baird fiherUlon's; told him 'PHONE 188 GHAS. BLUM & CO. 517-519 W.. Bay St. Jacksonville Fla .I

I, '' fig room the employees, many of them I had arranged It, and be never forgot ia igyn.

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TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA ;i (hirers rallied under the bnnn.r- of The Tenesnelan port. Then Castro A

Rickets. i VENEZUELA GAME- revolt which he ralxed. remembered the Monroe doctrine and .T

vCI J A Favorite Spot In a Favored That font which Castro now attempt. appealed to the United States. Tbe *|

Simply the visible sign that baby' tiny bonesare 3: I Sectori-The Famous East ed was no tank fora cowsrd." It was COO American minister, HiTbert W. Bowen, .

not forming rapidly enough. I miles over the roughest trail to the was given; full \power by Castro to
Coast of Florida. COCK OF NATION$
I ..c.I capital where death would bet the portion make an nRreement with the creditors
Lack of nourishment is the of decent earlier
cause. t( Perhaps In an who came collecting with warships. ;

Scoff'J1 Emulsion nourishes ON THE BEAUTIFUL INDIAN RIVER.The I age or a more historic clime (lint I Mr Itoxxan suggested Tile Hague tribunal .
6r< > : march might be coinpartnl to Hannl-
of arbitration. The
as a source
system. Stimulates and makes Latin Republic That t May Feel I lial's crossing the Alp. Castro ll\ei suggestion was accepted. The Hague

town of Tituevtlle If ltuatd on Stick's" on the country The villages! bu PIINHIMyielded should
the "Big Weight. decided Venesuela pay A ;
Ry, Exactly what baby needs. babyalentire the Florida East Coast Railway, 1St I both provisions situ recruits.Caracns certain per cent of Its revenues to Its

ALL DRUGGISTS SOe. AND $1.09 I 111 f froteaaional miles south of JaekonTille, 145 mile I opeiusl UK\ irate Castro ws* creditors.' Castro greed. Mr. Dowen

north 'of Palm Beach, and 212 miles ITS RULER AN AUTOCRAT. sujireino. returned to Venezuela and found that

OOO OOOOOO OO north of Miami. The TttucvIUe branch: It In neeilleiis t>> tell of the revulutfoim Castro was silently cheating bl* creditor t

of the defunct Jacksonville Tampa & ('UIN put down before be became *.

Oards.O. I ---- Key West lUllroad now controlled bj Character Study of President Castro, absolute! III* band won heavy Castro hn"-, played equally fast and

Notice. the Horlda East Coast. Railway Co.. Who Has Insulted the World For anti his cneinli felt Us \\'ela'ht.11I' loose with the United State The Eu-
I "(111.. .." III IMU1\ \,,
also runs Into the town-this being the Years end Violated All Rules of Diplomacy tro was ( prealdont rol..an| nation were merely creditors.
I : IS HKRKBT GIVEN THAT SIXVtiPStStflMiK The Venesueliin! term Is for six year "
NOnCE Castro hate the I'nlted States The
M. BOBBINS, the. after terminal point of that branch Thereare -A Farmer Boy Who Is ,
'. Wdwm, t. linty / ,, A president! |b forbidden by ibis ctmstl- United Ntntes I overshadows Venezuela.
:i: :: several trains arriving dally from !
r"r Now ImmenseWealthy.
a ? adminlrtnt.rr ; the ; I tit U>u to ucceed lilnmelf. Most rulers dimmed.
rui"M : Therefore Cnntro's star I.*
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR .. /. -.I..r. : Jacksonville and Sanford during theN .
>H7 WALftK 8WEENKV.Changed The nolty little txintnm that makMKlnirp of Veneauela tmvir HdiulesoHl In this The most solemn proiulHe and pledges

AT-LAW.II oU. Uncord In the barnyard! of nations I to the' extent of electing l'UI'I".tl| | In I. ti> the United States bate linen broken)

In State and United State As the county seat of Drevard county i, (loch """"I. Castrn knew letter wayIle and Castro haa sought to gain IUl'porCII
;| practice His Mind.A I It baa a court house and a modern -tlmt li Venezuela. Chun.:Um the
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had ili-oture! him "provi
congress ""' )Jul by Riving\ concession to Kuroponn -
gentleman
(Court. who served U the
onco torniciitlniraggmvatlutf
on in IUl'tlll'lwr.'l'nr.lI&14 '
jail building with rarely over two or
sional l're..Io'lIt"l for six ""111". When *. .
ai TITUSVILLE FLA. Irish Jury tell on mousing story et his threelnni.., The Is I \ small lay who eocnpes the i
Office experiences When the
hearing was l.OOO': and the 1 M *n rare, one a iTK'ilur rlectlon ngalu. Amerlnn concosHlon by tho assertion.
over Jury retired to their room
S L. GAULDEN I In town fludi ample time toact al cuiiKe the big bo.v he ppiitpFs are afrnli With Castro lower the Venezuelan that they wen secured Illegally It 1
to consider
Y, that they stood their elovtu verdict to 0110 they In found favor' Justice of the Peace and Notur- *..<. of Icing called 111I11I,-. If they strike! so cnngn UH-mue ns UMi-leH a* the \povrrlcH would bo a tax on credulity to believe g

A ATTORNEY -LAW, of an acquittal, but the ou e happenedto lie, baxidea attending to his malt an nntugunlitt seiinte of tlfgenvrato Koine. II thnt this were' not true Hut Castro

ITLI ill practice In all the Courts of the But tie a very complacent( old gentlemanwho practice, while the other fln>:a tin < I' Hut there H\ always Borne ona infant who met only to lug the praises of Castrivl cannot cover hllU"I'lt'lth the cloak: of
takes the clnmorlnn
lurid,and the United. States Count. rested his chin upon the head of a &hunting. eventually >ny* were spent In su attempt to tiud morality. That stolen from the nationIs
his kneo and edminteterathe
.U Box,239. TITU8VILLK FLA. thick bamboo cane and announced defiantly Around Tltusvllle are a number r terrible over a tlllo to fit bl* uuxiiMt/ 1..1'11.\11. "Uruiuliniirnliul not .rvitwed! ( to the people even If
right; remedy In the proper place. I of the, nrmles of Venezuela" "
tbat ho was ready to stay there I fine orange groves and< tegetabKfarm I Castro lw the "restorer. It goes Instead
LLr and events appear to tie polntlug/ that snit "the
"tht mnrahal I oflctory": Into the pocket of Castro and hi.
as long III of them. I *
J. WEBB any to the United States, the self appointed
Ir duty end
founder of peace" were weighed,
the .\visitors\ Venezuela\ agree
Tho hours dragged' on, evening ar' Here la virtually the head of In. and uuttmnked. guardlnn of the gnug.
tUIIIIII'onlhl1'. At last he limplratloncniiiv.
oa'ak ATTORNEY.AT-LAW rived and the old gentleman obHtluate- 1 dlan River, and the favorite point fur I the Kanmis City \ that the country I h. U-Ing robbed shamelonsly -
I.fltlii rcpubllm, snys Hall\, III in 'VH"tro, the restorer! Taxes are coiiflsratory. Industry
'
Vlll practice In the Courts of the 7th ly held out The other Juror w enrllyarranged fitting out and starting of numerous Htar. Several iuro: |>eiin nutlonn have VenemioU," It was *ngfft>Bteil. And
Cas-
11111..1 The to
U .t spoil
goes
Taxes paid tor non-renldenU theDl elns to make a nlghtof cruising parties during our balmy \\'In.1
!roust bpd, the noisy |IWllt In the, proper Attitude It wo mi dec rtarl.
Ire and blue
J 1 rents and 'accounts collected. It. From time to time the old gentleman ter monthl; aseverjthing necessary to unit the IIIIPIM'r| polwil to apply the The nuMt 1 exlruvngaut laudation ws Castro Is supporter 1IIIIIII'IIII'Iy.althy.. There I

II \ruiriLLR FLORIDA. would contemplatively suck the comfortably equip a pleasure yacht. smart but the United Suites linn always poureil nut iiHti| blm.Ie\ wss soiue- are several, counes open to him. lie t
head of e
the cane.Finally here be obtained at the most reasonable lu bound to regretfully tl
can felt duty thing! sublime something otnul|>otent, may fine to some other country andS

TEPIIKN E. FOSTER he fell asleep, and the ratiodropped ] prices. Tile Is evidenced by interpose the Monroe doc-trtno to stay irresistible. a* a sign to the nations. |>eiitl the rest of bis. lift In luxury He
floor. Then
heavily to the cue the fact that the same parties have the oliaitteulng. hniiit. Now Europe may the bright, refulgent star to which tin might b" able to continue hh rule Indellnltely -

ATTORNErATLAWJyalUpchurch of tho Jurymen picked It up and found, been coming ,here annually for many hare the plcnviro of seeing us |put, our world turned In admiration and awe \ A revolution may drive him

to his surprlHe, that It wa Dearly full obntreperoti want In the closet until! he of which bowel his modcnt k
Building, Jax. of Irish whU'kThe eleven passedthe winter. for that purpone In preferenceto ; to all Cairo from power or su asuuiala may cot
any other point along the East promises to lie good ns plan are be bend sad repllud: short, his career The future may he
JACKSONVIM.K, FLA cane round relieved it of Its. con In for tlm uioblll-!
elaborated derail
Coast. lug : "Uitt I ought to declare that I am Judged by the past Vvnesuela aselxemhern.
tents and then awakened Its slumbering

be lifted the To the Bouthrast of Tltusvllle U the ration of n )joint mtlltiiry snit naval hardly more than the agent of a some-' The safest prophecy I II thatCui.tro'a

A, STEWART, owner. Slowly cane s.b not force Venecticlfui waters as icon ns hung superior Unit watchus over the bound lu of the
wide rweep of salt water" hay ( fate Is up one
bl looked his and
to mouth at watch
Y after (I'resident. llooitevelt ol>- of tlou... .
possible fortunes of tlrluous people, nil .
e then arose with\ the snuouncemeut"Hoys six miles In width), formed by the waters last two pusMlbllltle
FIRE INSURANCE. talus conirreiiHlntiat sanction to resort cake tu fultlll the high destinies of
of the famous Indian River. Here
I'm afther chungln' me molnd. '
to force airnltmt ( "trOo It may not lie civilization and Af progress."
Represents only strong and reliable London Telegraph. fishing<, wild luck shooting, sailing deemed necessary by the aJnilnlHtrntlon \Mlli his enemies. dead\ confined In Clean City Plan For Children

com panlell ana rowing can t to fSii>k<> this martini demonstration dungeons. ilrlron Into Cilia or rowel
Office corner Palm and Pine Streets. Inheritance of the Blind. heart's content of the most fastidious the wnrnnd nary dopartments are l>othmapping Into ubiulnNloii, Castro bad lime to devote I'a.11111\ ox tended' 1"'nll"lol1 to Mrs.
The blind child-the deaf blind child Cochrnne, chairman of the
TITUSVILLB, FLORIDA. portsman. out s tentative military move to "a Iffotiin! fdrelgn ,policy"There Henry Clay
I -has Inherited the mind of seeing and On the ocean beach, nearly In a dl went were vnrloua outitamllng cUlnmstmlnnt civic Improvement committee of the

hearing ancestors, a uilud measured to NOt line east of Tltusvllle\ !J. CanavtrM There Is only one explanation of Venezuela's Venexueln. These claims were New' Century club, to Introduce Into

O. UTLET five senxes. Therefore he must be Influenced ( the public schools the forma%, on of d
HARRY Club surrounded by over 10,00 Irrnurrcrable insolence. Tbe held In Oreat. Itrltaln, OerinMiiy, Italy
even If It l he unknown to him of This Is owned believes It Is fie! companies' among the children of from
acres land. property land of stand still" ) Krnnee.. Kpaln llelglum, Holland. Norway -

V PHYSICIAN A SUUGEOS, self by the light color song which by tome of the most prominent and leer If not the superior, of any lower Sweden\ and the United States ten to fourteen years of sgo of a society

have been transmitted through the wealthy resident of Boston, who come on the globtt and able to hold Its own All of then nations tried to collect to he called the league of Good
language he Is. taught, for the chambers Cltl enhJp, the object being to en- ecourage
of earth. showed
FLORIDA. south to hunt every .winter with tbo warrior nations the Castro and lit* predecessor
TITUSVILLB of the mind are ready to receive th. children In ail matters' relating
The cool, refreshingealth-gIving\ One man more than any other Is re- the collectors. the door'or made promIMC '
that language. Tbe brain! of the race to good citizenship, with tbe
crone-laden breezes wafted acroM from sponslble for this exalted national eg Is so permeated with color that It dyes view of eliciting their co-operation In
Is Castro. Greet Britain, and
GENERAL DIRECTORY. the Atlantic Ocean and the broad bay That man Cipriano Dually Germany
even the speech of the blind. Every combined In 1UU2 blockiiils keeping the city clesn.
One nlnioKt falls Into the old language Italy Ina
featuresof ,
of the most enjoyable
I think of Is stained with the are one .
object
this phenomenal location of royalty and adds. "by the grace ofGod" ---- --- -. .-. --- "" .-. -. -._..... ._
U.S.SENATORS. hue that belongs to it by association president of 'Venezuela for Castro

a p..rallarerro...... .......... ....Jaokannrill v and memory. The experience of the There Is A large area of primeval .
LMallory.. .. .. .... ...... ... .renwoula. deaf blind person In a world of seeing forest and prairie land beyond the the Ignorant, Castro the rvlentleM.rules THE POSSIBILITIES
A* If by divine right Jut a* dee WHEN
U. 8. COSGRE88ME hearing people Is like that of a sailor northern, southern and western boundarles .

....CI..rk..... ... ...... ...... ...,Lake City. on an Island where the Inhabitants of Tltusvllle, awaiting the advent I potlrally by grace of the farclohl sufrrato
M Rparknian- ..Tampa.a.H.Lamar of the Venezuelans as does Nlch-
,.:.: '...<:. ':::::*:. :::'Montloelo.: speak a language unknown to him of the thrifty settler to tillthe, alas In Kunnta or A lulu) Ilamld In Tur Ox Brevard OocucttySoil

U. S. LAND OFFICE.R.Cbnhb whose life 1* unlike that he ha* lived. fertile' soil, which now abound in key.

. Reitliter. He I I..* one; they are many. There Is no Here ran be found Quail, snipe, Aro taken into
1. gam Ignoniut Clprlnno Castro may l>e, but consideration land here
lid. Warren; ;:::: :.:: :: ::: :::::::KaoelvtT.Oitioea chance of compromise. He must learnto the ,
at OameeTlMe Florida.EXECUTIVE turkey and deer hunting to suit ho U not unintelligent It history both- cannot be said to be expensive although
with their to hear with ,
see eyes most ardent buntsman.THn rnt'wlth him at all It mimt do him tbe

.polwn( B. Broward .DEPARTMENT.,.... Oovernor. their ears, to think their thoughts to .vllI 'Sits shelled streets electr juitloe of admitting that ha I I..* n statesman jt does cost something to do the first clear-

Cary Crawford .. ...SeoretMry: : of state follow their Ideal.*.-Helen Keller In .
:
V. Knott,.... :.; ::, :: Treuurer.H. Century,'
t fcMU. ..... . ., .,Attornpy-uenoral. moth saw mill, employing about 110( I stormy soss of International diplomacy tivation the succession of that
.. ...... ... ... crops may
'wiaoC Croon Comptroller.Mi .
Sheridan- several tine brick block and for nine years and caped the punishment
K Lin, .... :.Coramlaloner; Agriculture.: : Star Actor. men; be raised from It is frequent and rapid.
.M Hcilloway.,. ....8ut.| nubile Inntrnotlon. When Sheridan wa a he every tore In them occupied by up richly I earned by playing one na !
Clifford R. Koater,. .. -Uenerai manager Trade'five tion'! cupidity against; the finger of another Profitable crops may be produced for ton
: to-dat merchants a Board of
'tn Bradford,. ,,,: ..: .,.SurveoMieneral i : even Indulged in such catering to the ; ,
et 'K.K: .M.. .. ..... ... ... ....... State ChomUt.nntAmiw public taste ss offering to the public a .white churches, large fisheries, to the end that Venezuela bas always months in thcy year, one after the other on
.But Examiner. and leave
Urituet at Tairhaesee,Florida. dog.plece by Heynolds. entitled "The a tanning extract and palmetto: fiber tho bag managed' In the to other slip away fellow's hand the same land. Clearing posts money, labor e

SUPREME COUltT JUDGES, Caravan; or, The Driver and the Pog." factory, an ice factory, law and real costs
Rninethlng j about this extraordinaryman fertilizers cost
"})I.I.loo/ A. Of Its first presentation It II recorded state ,office, an opera house, a well- money money,

comas M.Bharkleford. .... ..A. (Chief JuetlueJaiuei that Sheridan after \Nltnesslng the performance organized' band, shooting dob, large U ueremiary t6 a correct umler- but the returns are large certain and prof-
t H.Whliflolcl, Hubert S Cockrell. standing. of s situation (hat has exhausted
L>"lvision n.runwlok suddenly entered the greenroom and o comfortable hotels, besides a the patlunce of President\ Itootie- itable. Come to Titusville and look the 1.

I Taylor ,.,,.,..,',,rreiMIni Tu"tlne shouting: "Where" II 111..7 "'b.reIs number of hoarding bouse In various vest and caused Secretary hoot to say field over. We have some of the finest
William A,Rocker,Chat.H.I' rkSill, my guardian nnll("? PreMimlnsr bo parts of tbe town. could do
(hat nothing more.
: tllploiiiHry hammock land in tho state. Call
meant to congratulate the author upon
FLORIDA LEGISLATURE.H. The fact as presented should havea It explain a little of his character
))1u .... ... Reynolds replied. "Here I nm!I" "Pooh." may Morgan & and what '
t ale H.1:. .Miami Tltumr Ilse.:.' .,Rpreasutauve.CIRCUIT ; Senator., replied Sheridan "I don't mean you: I tendency to direct the attention) of to tell! that there J. Indian blood in bis Walton, see they have
many prospecMre" \ visitors to our cosy veins lie Will born In sn obscure vllInge for sale.
COURT. mean the dog Later one Dlgmim I ,
,nor R,Jon\, .Clroultjudga o who-played( la the piece, approached town, In making their plans for the In the mountains, anti the fact that i C _.._..___.
\TltunUlej'roaecutin: Attorney. winter. lie Is sn "Auitlno" (bern In the Andes)
: : Sheridan one night with woeful counte
:
SpringTerm-Fourth Tuesday ielelarehi Masonic Hall ID of bl blemlitbes In the
fine
rail We have a I. one greatest J.
forru-Fourth Tuesday la Octo".r. nance. Baying/ : "Sir there I I. no guarding Pll.A.T'r .CA.IliRCXCTl
of the arldtocrata of the nation. '
I Tltusvllle, where Indian River Lodge eyes bI
.
COUNTY SCHOOL HOARD agoillat Illness. It 1* truly lamentable ,

R.Walker Superintendent,.. ./.. '.TltuiTllle. to stop the run of a lucceslltulplay Ko.. 99, P.&: A.M., Indian River Chapter That he bus rises lu spite of that great\ Successor tu MAMOV M CLAKK ('0.,
ubera-R. R. Royal Arch Masons Friendship drawback\ Is only one more proof of the
Arnold Matabari O. S Single. like this but really" "Keally wbatr ,
"'0.Coooal A. J. Carter Turnout) cried Sheridan Interrupting him. "I Chapter No. 11, Order of Eastern Star: nun's natural ability. AViiou.sAr.K COMMISSION MKIIOIJANT.

COUNTY COMMIftSIONERH.: 141 Wood'men First a farmer boy, Castro later
No.
TltAiivIlle
am so unwell that I cannot go on and Camp ,
a, A. Conkllnir, chairman wnrkej In hoe fa I her'1 store, where APPLES I' \ns
,
longer than tonight. "You!I" exclaimed of the World, and Indian River Cable Address
RoD mua Clylwlot T. fCooluULlt"La.'anxe | liquor and grucerles were sold roong PKACIIKH\ :!
: I'OTATOKM
terrIfied of
,. 1 J. Sheridan. "My good fellow, you Lodge No. 103 Kn'ghts Pythias, 'ROLLFItIJI'CNEWYORK"'
the lad of the village he was a leader KJ.OUIIU
OKA NOES.pKArJCKItUIT
tartar.....Ion. are held Oral Monday la each me. I thought "you were going to meet regularly.Also ,
find he early established a reputation
\ -
I 'etc "
any the dog was 111. a, city: telegraph omce and eat ,
BREVARD COUNTY OFFICERS. as a rider and s fighter, Hume writer
press delivery; a carriage and wagons I'JNEAPPLKS 207-200 Washington St.
R.?"' ".TltnaTlllet. .......Count"Judas( tmve called Castro a cowar.Ue\ Is
L.GautdenTltu..lll.I .. .. ...Pn4Att'l' What waiter who thought Thaw must s". and a Ua and cheat Iron shop not. He "'1bt... and be fights well. ANDyOUT11ERN
Stewart TttUMllle. :: .::..:.CnnntyClerk.I five Coast Advocate 1t VEOKTAMLE8 NEW TOIlir
published
him East
J1TltuiTllle-' -... .. .....Taa A...n....r. 'be 'Insane becnuse.be gars a The No enemy b.. ever found him a laggurd -

Hill..1.ltunlll.. ..... .. ...Tax f101l..tor. dollar "tip" is not a dime museum every Friday morning, and by a In war Tbe sword raised him to
ten Henry Tttu.vllle, ..... .... ..
R. Treasurer bid for th glance through Hi advertising columnsyou That be Is reedy If need Im to
a1ke't TltOKTllle.. ....Anperintenilent. freak but lis> made a good tower
II\' : ,. ...County Snrreyor. told that story. can easily .e-QI who ace the prominent quit the psluce fur the field makes Lie P. Ruhlman & Co.

F.Hrown S. Norwood.Titu.vilte, Tttu.Hlle.RegUtratlon,,.:,. : ., Sheriff.Officer: job when be : merchants of our town-men who sway secure.:

TnrSVILLie Folet't Oilon Laxative tbe new Uia-. are up-to-date citizens, and who ire Castro jbe boy, got what education
TOWN COUNCIL, e2til Washingtonlt!' I t NEW YORK
:i.L Wilson, .r. tire stimulate, but doe Dot Irritsi It asking for your patronage. Read .the the Inadequate village school afforded (
N.
:J mayor: .r U3 lurray tstrut ( 1 Y.
tao entlertor! !J. P.Wiln.n, clerk, and.t::. Is tbe heat laxative. Uutrsnieod or your .&I. on page) very carefully. II. stiwleumited this with rending
eve/y
,
,
erlohn I.: : Henry,tax aaaaenori O. A. Stewart, money biICk..* Tltuvllle Pharmacy, and It Is certain' that he can speak
U"Iran' to. M. Frill-hard,F.J. Hall and r. e..mplecopletl. of the Advocate 'Will
.LaIcy">.! In. alderman Th. council meeta Oral --- be seat, frte, to any part of the United and write fluently lie I III densely ignorant
y each .
moatb.TITt:8VILLir Sat..l\ipon application.) writers ....ert. of tbe power OrangesPineapples

BOARD OF TRADE. and extent of the nation outside of
Hotel Is practicallyn
The Sterling
I.,M j Robbins: preal.lenti l | J. M. Dixon, treie- FOLEY'SHONEYANOTAR Veuecuvls. lIe his been beard to declare -.
? Rat,aocretary. Meets aeuond Wed- having teen entirely re-built, that be did. believe there
'do' ,night In each not was and Florida Fruits Our Specialty.We .
month at their rooma. many more rooms added, dining room
a finer city In tbe world than Caracas

enlarged, piazzas erected. and all modern One of those revolutions which are represent several of tile largest slupixrs In your State, sail wish to represea

e0 YEARB'' convenience" Installed, and has so common la that part of the world

EXPERIENCEIt' been com lefel, retl1rttllhe4. Accommodations came when' Castro was I young man. yon tllO. live ns a trial shipment, KtabllheJ 80 year.

are of) tee beet 7e supported the governmentAsnd led

The Tltutvllle Livery Stable bas adue the forces of Lie state against the revolutlonMs e.a.'taw .raa_ er -ear a

lot of torse and rigs, and pay rested with him -. --i KUtJI THIN MOLTSI4 IN MIND

'The original special attention to the tourist sod the o Victor In the extravagant

sportsman. Hpanlab-American sJyle, be was balled

T..ol: Masse The Tltntvin Graded High School as the "conqueror never comiuered.
LAXATIVE remedy.
cough HEYSERE3ALTIIVIORE
1frsicNS bas an efficient orp* of teachers, all not Csstro's vslor did not avail. The

...... u./f! =T :; of whom toll Srst'grade teachers' erUfkcates revolution/ triumphed. Catro fled Into
Setli
r, Par coughs, colds, throat and Inn ifroubles.
"1 a ran dde pIha ws exile. For six be remained on
year
:; ee.th and bas a school term of
: r :. .:"u-:':: No opiates Non-alcoholic. ranch In
.., ,':':etiioea.n. t.rt HANUBtlak. {eon I'._i.r Good for n err; body. SoldfYerywhere. eight month\ Here the children are Columbia MD.

:W.. UIJatw taaq ,Lree.h axe rW.=:r:Le..etr.Scientific given Instruction and prepared for college Among Castro's literary acquisitionswss ,
.........aa LIo. The gen'IneroLEY's a life of l'i.f' >leon. Tbe mountaineer
courses under good moral eon.dllfons COMMISSION FRUIT & PRODUCE
HONEVand TAR I In lai saw la himself a counterpartof

Jlmtrltan..r' Y.Uowp&Ckage. KefueI uUtitute and associations.The the Corsican Castro took unto himself I
a....."- ... _" Palmboratls another hotel openedIn RELIABLE PROMPT, UNSURPASSED FACILITIES.WM. .
..'.:! of a",.... ". 'BrieiINN Prepared on\, by a star'aDd became a man of des
located
It 1 Is near
-J..I. Tltvsvllle. nicely MD.1
Chlcsgo. Tbe of revolution stirred HEYSER PRATT ST. WHARF", BALTO.,
tiny.
Foley A Company spirit ,
&Co ....::: the F. Eo C By. station, and I la fitted .
Newt wub blm,, \ 'hndfolof his
&. TltusrUle rbarDla with every convenience. q mono ,. e..r..rararaa tn.nesa
.ca 1IIoe, a r pt.."... :: For sale by 1. ,

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,1 JI1ABT COAST ADVOCATE TTmn"tLLE. FLA. JULY 10. 1008. e

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President .- F. 8. BATT ,
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JAMK/PBITCHABP. T
EAST COAST ADVOCATE, TRIBUTE TO TRAVELING MEN. Model Double'' House R. W. HAILE:, Assistant Cashier apte1,



W.&LY JOURNAL 0" Taa IIfDIAIf O.UTMO arras 1'0 Tea. LAaawoaaa DaVSGOPNOT Every a business young career man: should in preparingfor spend Copyright. IOCS by P. T, Msctafan.-- ---695-broad- Street. Newark. N..J.IWONT INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK]


AND .iOATae aATUOIOPa.PUDLIkki.IVIRY two or three years on the road, as ,'\

a traveling salesman Some of the h COUNTY DEPOSITORY.Authorized J Jr

: fBIDAT. most successful l men In business .
capital, $ oooorl '
today began as traveling men.
Paid up capital. Szsioool
r -
Entered at tb.I'oet..ftloe.t ntnsvllls Florida,, We never see a traveling salesmanthat I
Average deposits
!
aeoond-oliuis matter. .. $20oooc
a* we do not admire bis easy

grace, Ills politeness: and his fa
ClAtLM H. W"'LI'OJf. Editor A Proprietor with and conditions. Transacts a General
mllitrity men o ..-. -- r Basking
Member of the f'Jorhl.I'retll Aasoolstlon.IIA : ,
Traveling men are nearly always

well Informed nearly all of them : Business
; .
BUT WIt.aolf.... .. Suj>t. Cnmposloft Itoomi _
education from travelIng :
acquire an l f
.. largest and Oldest Bank on t th!
Reading notices In local column,'' f-ont pageWIUe .r"und.n( rubbing/ up against Vk, 'tij"f > RJIKxobauge

? for a dfn'plar advertising made known on men. And an education of this ( 1 : : bought anti sold t::1:1

dlatlon. kind is better than n college education Countries.

PA | xiveitliilnit of ailvertlnemeiit Milt/ .Ixmnrne unlne due after otlierwlnef flintnpearanne for practical purpose Ptronine! appreciated-;;:-Prompt: ...:

I i.tilated In oontrax rartl.. not known to ut joke hook treatment,and even renu.ite i 'u IJ hpL
Many a was : : ea
years ago eervatrv
win be required to par| for vlvei-tliilng In ad. tanking gratiuiCORREBPON
Issued purporting to contain the'jokes" : r>KKmplr \T"
'YJffftHinttmianw:; be made
of sluts ninat per- Trust Cnmpanv
told salesmen 411
tonally at thle oflloe or l I'y writing by traveling L New York lvi. \ it wti

raveling men are not given to t The Atlanta National l Hunk .->r .11 .;e,
; + Jacksonville,
KlaMotor
The bIT COAST A"VIICUII li $1 J.1iO per an telling "Jokes. They are serious
nnm| lxinomlis T5cU. To Foreign CountriesS3 and! well-behaved the notion that "r.l'1" U s"rILLE, 1 .T..A.

.00 per annum. Subscription Invariably In noted .
advance they are cut tips originatedwith -- -- -

the joke book Issued many f ffl

and which Is still offeredat :Boat Supplies.rcflOr
Kr-ln writing W the ADVOOATK for Information yean ago
of any kind the writer will dilute by eueloilnfC railways news.stande. 'I'ravelIng .

( a itaui|>ed.addreiuHid euveII.Cberkal'oatonieOrdenEto.ahou". men lire nearly all married and ,, t I : : Order IIOTJ.SC.:

we have noted that they are nearlyall

t>o made good husbands In nine cases -- ------ For your boat and en lDO at liberal discount "i"
payable to CBABLE H. WA .TOJf.t.rot.rlelor. when ,. EVERYTHING I I 'Ices. The TKADK Ii
out of ten, It traveling manpfnea pi supplied IUOIIT Shafting/ 1'ropellers (
J || Batteries both Edison and
on a vacation trip be take Dry Timer park
Address all eommnnloatloni Colin, :Spark TliiR: ., Caiburetom, Jirass Pipe and Fittings: Deck lining teer
his wife with him. Take >
EAST COAST ADVOCATE a long rig Gear, Boat Builds Mir>plieit.
TirosviLLi FtoaiDA. ride in a ,Pullman, and lounge '
BOAT BUILDERS AND J-HII COM \\N1ES given
about the smoking-room, and you special discount.

t 1 will note that the cleverest men
U. epartmellt of Agriculture Now Pa1n:1er: ;EJn.g1.nes:
you meet are commercial l travelers

Weather: Jliireau-Jupiter, Fla. Therefore you want to give your I IJ arranged to my specifications with WATER JACKET HEAD, extra sized rum), aDd
Make and Break Ignition Is poifecllon for Fish Boats Discount allowed
son an excellent business training, J Ili[d S ti Thl

'1 Vii; The following ii a comparative statement get him a job &III "a traveling aale Lamb: :: En3:1.nos:

i of temperature and rainfall for the man lie will acquire steadiness
week ending July 7 100*. Jump Spark are Ideal for 1'lcasuro Craft.
4 j Tuesday, business ability and Integrity for

-I00H- -1907- a comuierclt I traveler soon learns '4i' i Ity writing: for prices before tending away I *\I'eYOQ
:
DAT* MAX Mil NAT MIH SAVE MONEY
money Give me your trade. I have sold
1 8.:) 70 8:1: 71 the Importance of giving everybodya ( from rernandlna to Miami.w. goods!
2 fit 70 84 7l: square deal. / 4
4+ 3 84 74 toe" 71 !
------
HT; 71 toe:1: 71I : o. SNEDEN, JENSEN, :J:'ILA,

4n!4n 84 71 71 ELEVATION. -- - .
---
ti =3 CURE YOUR KIDNEYS. -
I ; 84 70 73:
I 7 8H 78 110 7:: l\IAI..SBY: OO. At.lulltn, Gt.al .

k Total rain fall for tile week l.a:H inches PEN Ntehl South
!r: Depatturefrom normal rainfall for the I)o Not Kiulaltffer Life When nTltiiNvllle s Foisyth Street

.i week i plus .0.1 I Inches Departure Citizen Show You

,: from normal rainfall since Januay ], trio Cure. I Complete line of Engines, Boilers,SawMill

minus 3.71 Inches, Why will\ peopie continue to suffer the *, Shingle and Stave Machines,

HAL. P. HaRuiN Official In charge. agonies! of kidney /complaint backache, )nTCBLN xet0Woeh .iiitcnea 1110 moss ys.auas. Edgers Planers, and all other woodwalking

)'. urinary disorders, lameness, headache '
machinery and supplies carried
.
yl languor why allow themselves to become N'e'o. ae ,.. .ea.m.eset.Yr
i DURINQ the year ending March 9 tihronlo Invalids. when n certain In stock at the above address which U

1. J\ last over 4t>,000 persons paid for cure It l offered them ...- and ,has been our only place of business

; 1,' admission to 8hake.pure' birth. Doan's Kidney rills Is the remedy to "'- for more than a quarter of a century
,
' 1,: place, and 32,000 paid to ylslt nan help, because they .need It to gives; perform to the their kidneys work.tbo Get the best, It will save you money,

j't W Anne llatliaway's cottage which i If(you' have any, even one,of the symptom 'i'na"k 17ATSw..Naentw We can supply you. Write catalogue..

; possesses only twice reflected Inter. of kidney diseases, cure yourselfnow eAT"Ran lae --.- -
I 'I s est. The visitors' book contains before dlabetl'II'1' dropsy IJrlRUt's ale. p cr..
\ 0'
disease seta In. Read thin lltiuvllleteatlmonvi
''J I the names of representatives of COnationalities. .

"' I. "Immortal WI1I'r)lathe J. W. Webber living on Main street, Atlantic Coast Line B. I

'I world' poet, the universal play. Tltnsvllle, Flu, says; "{ used Doan's
Kidney Pllla and that did
can they
say
'i\' wright 1StD,",00,", /Sf D 1'1'00"OItlltCJt '-
I I __ me a (treat deal of Rood My back was OIONt/ moos
( ; OM i
very lame and sore and pained me latnnsuly .Jr.nv .eanw.s
WATCH for the big potato grown It. stooped or lifted anything I '
.
I In many sections of the continent wad kept In almost constant ml ery. My -twf ttNrwl "

I It is this vegetable that Is chiefly( kidneys were also very Irregular! and on Goes Everywhere ';,
J account of the too frequent action. of
counted the farmer make
on to help
t the secretions I was forced to arise many
a big profit out of denatured alco times riming. the night I read about

hol. It Is about four times as big Doan'i Kidney Pills, obtained a box and ::. =1.

as the common white potato with had lined them but a short time before I l I \ NAIL North South East and West :
felt great deal better By the time I
.I: small value for edible purposes, had flplitlxid t.he contents of the one box MALE ,

1 but an acre of them will make 000 the backache had become a thing of the .
gallons of alcohol or means light past and the lameness and soreness had PAKlew Awlefa / <

heat and power for a farm house disappeared I am now able to reat well .bt.r sateav situ rr'MPewa11 CONSULT 'THK'" >tJRPL $ FOLDEK" _I''
hold fer The residue Is at night: lily back Is much stronger and .s .....'-6. \,
a year. I better \/ts.uu
am feeling In every way i
still useful for feeding to livestock. for sale by .all dealers. Price M cts.Foster i .
For detailed information ticket
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rates, schedules, reservations, See your nearest
"" *. Mllburn Co., Buffalo New York, )
h 1')1 '
sola agents for the United States agent, call on or write to x 'j
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TilE Maxims, English: shipbuilders Kemnmher the name-Uoan's-and 1laa..s.G ,

n. are constructing for Japan a take oo other FRANK C. BOYLSTON, or A. W. FRI1OT,
new type of ship for the transpor- '
jJ tatlon of small submarines which Notice of Special Election Traveling Passenger Agent .. Division Passenger Agent, w

J FIRST FLOOR PLAN SECOND FLOOR PLAN. .
be from the hold
discharged
.1 may rKTITON fllQMCn BY OMC-THIRD OK ATLANTIC COAST LINE, I JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA
; )f unperceived by the enemy, by the flh_ ; rpKl i,,red vo.*r. ot Hrntanl County, This la a modern ..flathouse having the exterior appearance of a private ,
mean of locks. The boat built to KIM.tpnvliiKlarkohanm, of the location re ldence. Each flat bat all.ba conveniences required by a family of moderate
ofthennntysilo.::: ImvlnE Iwenproenredatthe.. means. It should prove a good Investment to a builder who will occupy one CN
I strike like an assassin in the dark regular July nieotlun of the it and of fountCoiniiiiMloniini -
III.I.I ordered tint s',election be story and rent tbe'otber. Three rooms are finished In the attic. The architect .. .. ; ;; ; ; .
adds another terror to naval war. h..lda.th. "-.rall'reolno\.lla Hrevard county .... ... ... ... ...N. .. t' e'....... : I,
estimates that this
building trimmed iu
Florida. soft wood and betted with steam,
onWICDNEAIIATA000S't
;I' fare and fresh Importance to the lent, |W8.fof will cost about $ .300. I'. T. MAO LAGAN. IN THE YEAR 1819 ; I:h

submarine. Underwater fighting the luoatlon of surti County Site .

gains steadily In the estimation of Th.elM,tlon will be conducted In the iiniml' .- --.-- -- ----- ._-------- --- .
In the science of manner pran'rlneil by law for btlltllll U ueralKloottoim FLORIDAwas F i
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I exports war ; In this flute, e.ool.t that the roturniof G1-x'LLpotrulc: and Orange Trees.We .
auob KlBatlon shall l>e male to the County
I
Uoiniiiluloiera' or t>i the lerk thereof,and: the I
said Hoard ...111. on the fifth day after ald elect have over 200.1XH of the BEST; QUALITY that can be produced with bought from Spain for : ;
.4
THE new postal order excluding tin liuereoolvlnit killed labor and our experience of over 2t l. years .

from the mails matter tending to hall I lie the k majority Count-I Hit of the of number lirevanl of county votes cant for' We bud principally oo /SOUR ORANGE MOCK: but can supply Grapefruitand 5000000.00 : I

"Incite to murder, arson or assassin ten yewe. tome Oranges on other stocks. f '
stints" requires newspaper magazine i : : election mint bereattereIandhavethesane I POrt TIII BENEFIT <>r OUR CUSTOMERS ALOXO TilE To-day the assets of the i

pre.reqiilHttm' tit ""tlu" sa In (1.lIeralllk''UOIII.; 'INDIAN In"I:U, we have established a BUANtU NURSERY NEAR FORT
and book file
publishers to At said. ..eioet. Inn the taunt need shall, be a plum : Pierce, where we have 35,1X10( ( choice Grapefruit nod Orange. trees, budded on Sour
with postmasters Kngllih: tran la. on white one 1.1.dill l e thereof of pair having written. or panted Stock-one and two year bud la fine condition for planting. BARNETT NATIONAL BANK i

done of doubtful article. printedin ". ......p.o.t removal of County Bit from Tltimvlll KEMKMHEU_that In buying trees here, Too TAXI NO alai, OF IIRlJqGIYO 41

a foreign( language/! As to pub. .. ...For removal*. of County. Bite- to.............. WHITE bend FLY INTO \0\.H: OBOVE. ; IIi .
licatlons in English: the order will Thefollo..luK Inspectors and clerks of electionare for new descriptive catalogue, with price and Information. OF JACKSONVILLE : '

j doubtless have a salutary effect, hereby pnluwd'\ to condiiot salt election Gi'llUiiKT**! IPoiuomilVinwcilow.. ,:
Iu thnlr ree j but additional precautions are required t No. l.ljkOranit*-L K. Mjern. P L. Wholesale and Retail So. Office MIAMI, FLA. i are ri \
K>Mr, Henry CarlI1tR lust|HirtortU| .li.Gardner
to make it effective with clerk.ITenlnot. i .. .
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!o' periodicals and in No ], TltUKTllle J, Hall I, t.. W. oil i $5;485,949.8fThis f .
papers foreign Smile. W. P. Fn6chInetscton i| J. V. Wllnonclrrk .
.,\'. tongue We cannot expect the rxi tuovil.l.e :E3l.o.okcxo.1:: tho Shop! progressive, strong and Hionservatlve. bank, founded in .e
t'remotNo.eClty IMInt-H F. Heal, W. It
'. 'criminal to call the attention of the 8ha..1.| 1>. lutter, IlIo"|eoU>r*| ,. J. Jcyner, J. D. ENNIS Prop."J. 1877;, and the Urges tin the State, Invites. II
authorities his o. EoI
otTen.e.lJ
to .
: Precinct No. 4 Ruckledice PH>| Johns, J, M.Bmdeniapertun' i I red Fuller All kind of wagon made to order. KepalrlriR. all kinds done on abort I YOUR ACCOUNT h
clerkfreolnot.
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No. A, Esc.: <) lll_P. A. MoM III.", notice. Now is the time to get your wagons made, before the ruth of work I Banking by mall is a safe, simple and time saving S 'i
: THE: loss which the Roman Oath .lohn Huuntou..J. h. Mather, Inspectors) W 11, comet in, Insures best of work at the cheapest price possible. private
ItiHtwh. I method. Write
olerkI'nwtnotNo.a.MoUMMirne as for booklet. : e
t: olle Church has suu"ered France -< M, Bnedekor,W. .
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\ through the Pope's Interdiction of O Uallaa I H, M, Martin., loau'; .t<>r*| C. J, F.: '
Cainplv-.il olerk.1rorlnotNn pl plN .
the formation of ecclesiastical cultural T. M"lab.r-C. W. Hoi ton, O. W. BARNETT NATIONAL BANK f
"" Waahlmra, F. M. Forest, yupecton t K. W.Oonutotk i ,
societies, to which the gov. << ,clerk.Preomnt .
No. S, Orant-'harl.1 (ClirUtlaniion W. Corner Laura and Forsyth fits. : 1
ernment was ready to transfer a John l<..n.on, tars Juergvawut, Inupmtorti T JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.
THE ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING OFFICE Z )
portion of the church's property AilolpU Henson olerk. r
rraclnot No. t. "n'a.-ft.. R. Stewart, W. J. : BlOJf H BARNETTE, O. R. mSA'USSUT.B, : d
which is now sequestered, the 1'arls Kaftan. L. Stewart Inspectoral I S. A. Oeteeu .
el Figaro estimates at :20,000,000 No. 10, Geuritlana! H Wlttfet I, t. m.A
francs, or 11,000,000, as the amount .|Tain*.rov*,*."'Tuttle clerk. A. B. Carter, inspectors: C. t>.. ................................................_ .A

formerly belonging to the church Preclnol:" 11, Merrlttn J. I>. tteini,T ". Does all Kinds and Description of .- .
c pension funds and $8,000,000 "Aanden, .. U. lluniphrey*. inspectors J, H. -
asi Stood. clerk.Precinct %
the amount of money left for masssi No. |l Hantorer-J W. Grtfflu. B, It. *
Wattoo, T, K. Crook, VT. Walton, ;
Inapeoton;
for the dead which would have clerk SEND YOUR ORDERS TO THE ADVOCATE
I ; accrued to the mutual societies Pnclnof No. 13, Oanareral Oeo. (Quartemi, ,
Howard L. Holmn, W,C. .*.tenon. Inaiiectoni I rob Frintic.g
but were lost because of determination N. N. llnny:: olerk.Com.8 oe
( .al)) R. A, COX'KIXNO. .t
not to yield on a question or Chairman Boanlof County Comiuuwlouen, '

principle: Attest: A.Krererd A.8Mw countr n, Clerk., Florida. \ II. FOR ALL KINDS OF JOB PRINTING .<:





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EAST COAST ADVOCATE. TTTtTSYIULn. FLA. JULY in.. inns .. .!.' 1
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Rockledge.Dr. TO THE VOTERS OF. THE 13TH SEHATO- .F. A. MORGAN, MANAOKU. CIIAS, II. WALTON.
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K EAST COAST NEWS i Wm. Wlttfeld-visited John Freyon BAIL/ DISTRICT OeGJV. .LIJ'Ol'rREAL : : '

KJ ******************** : Monday. i 6

Oslo Hainlln of Miami I visiting his ;
: FaLLOW rrnitxs: I am a candidatefor

NeWI3V Notes Contributed bv Our Regular Z cousin, Mr. Ilervey Mowers.Mr :' the dial Senate, and I stand.furThe ESTATE DEALERS.

Cot of East Coast *. John Frey left on Tuesday for Com pact.
Corps Correspondents" Newark N. J. wHir
000oce stopping over a In
T The
I political organization of u
Sanford, en route. I IItev. society (Licensed.)

.. ....................................._...........: J. B. Hawk able never has and never can, satisfy the demand
- preached an I of human nature The Watch this space if you want to buy propertyon
last Compact
sermon Sunday, In the Chapel to a
{in r Please send all communication Eau Gallie. good congregation. I I I la a new a"l..oceblcb teaches<< the true the famous Indian River. ,

to i organiiatlon of society. I stand for The (
Item I for publication "Editor \Ve are pleased to know that our KUirida -
Titusfllle, Fla." delegation have a candidate for Vicel'rraideutof Compact beoausa It vtlll\ satisfy the do- -
No. 1. Fine lot In South 'IVtusvllle
Summer building
CATK.
weather and showers.The their own state mantis of human No. 0. Northeast 14 ofj'nortbeastjf'; ,
nature perfectly. The ) feet the Indian
fronllnglKX on
18 township 34 oiitb'rang41,
leo ,
:ilk r \?. cannot guarantee to publish Is work on the A. P. Edge law mill Rev A'. W. McConl will preach at the piinclples of The Corupnc are stated In Hirer and extending back to Front street<< on south fork of St. Lucl river; 40 acre, t
being .
'jIfclil. that do not reach this office beforeon pushed on as fast as possible. Presbyterian church Hockledge next a small tract which I will\ tend to anyone a distance of 273 foet, an Ideal spot for a \hale,[ county, WO per acre. ,
A. It. Hodgson and W. It. II. Oleaoon Sunday afternoon, at three o'clock. Winter Home. I'rlcetI..
.daja.in making the .
TUar request.The No 7. .\ rare bargain: *f A 34 aero
were In Tltntville oo btiHlnetison No. :-2, Lot IOAx.lM: : : on Front IItr..et.
last Monday Gen. Huston and family left last "week declarations of the candidate bi tract of land 10 sores of which It a beantog
' cos.t for Atlantic City, N. J., lvavlngC.lt. fine water front, just the location for aresidence Plantation near Mel
oblige u by fore (he late Pineapple ,
correspondent primaries are evidence of "'
!11) live minute from pi&Uitllce
The Hlbbs 1 In of their Dock
Eagles Hand. practicing steadily. charge property bourne. un..1 Packing house, ,
>IX tIle name of people and placesiialy thioiigh the heated term Kau Jallte I* I the mal-alljustment of our social, i tella and stores, ; I'rl'e.11111,00.\ Tramway. pine art fenced with woven

an possible f proud of her Band head the bc-vsy EAST. COAST ADVOCATE I tlon*. Every candidate advocated some N'o. 8. ,,"<<'8ti l of northeast Vt and wire fencing.! Tills U an exceptional r I
and 1
then send
carefully, It
to some
, :a Mr. Porson friend In the North who, Interested In' needed reform The candidates' tint the weak to i of southeast 14, sec Ill, township rhanoe fur a party who. will live on theI'IIC'o
Paddinon I I" visiting his SJ: : range :lilt, KU( :30: .KM 1 acre, M. Lucia Crop last vaar, 1MK() crate.
Melbourne.lRl brother, n, p, Paddison, of the K. C. I Florida. penplewere divided. All were aiitagonlstlo ,
ftl.CO
I county per acre. If sold before April lilt, f ,BOO.OO.
& S. Co. ,
this .
week.. About 30 went from here to help rein* I The struggle for supremacy must I XI). 4. N. W. 14 of northwest t{ and, Title pel feet. to

- W ooor E.-Real l Kstate, Notary Ball game on the K. M. &: N. I. diamond brate the 4th In Tltustllle; and great! I continue while political organisationlasts. nest 'i of southwest, If, sen. :1to'n.: No. 8. .10 acres In Lot No. :3, Seo.: 2U,

J..ami Cimveyauoer.LnnuuiiknilGlutw.and;i Aironc for Hartford Ktna on Thursday of this week Eau many more would have gone, If there : \ ship Si: range 3H), ISO: acres, HI. I.ucle Township 21 (South, Range :'M Rut
mil -
V .il Gallie vs. Cocoa. bad been boat to take them county, f(.I 00) tutor acre Hammock land suitable for
. :I'' Innw Imuiwnles. special l attention Under Time Compact, which !II society This III tine ..
to tin Intsreits ot nou-ra.id.at.. The building\ boom goes steadily on, Dame Humor says he AIIVOCATK of organized for the purpose ot satisfyingthe No. 8, Northeast '4 of southeast *4, oranges, grapo and vegetable, and I.
liceTitu.vlllewascrowded sec V township: ..south 41 located about half mile north of Titusvlllo. -
; and the addition to our Public N-hool > with visit range eNILI; < a "
Subscription\ for the ADVOCATE, demands of human nature, unity close. to II, I K Wood' [ An bargain. Price, .
will be started as soon as possible. ors during the 4th, and they were all pineapple 'plantation exceptional .
ink paper of the East Coast, will be warmly welcomed by Editor Walton I will take the place of discord; under The on HU l.urle river; 4ii scioa, l"adecounty. fill HI. Half calm) balance on time to i

lilt .ed at the Melbourne Postoffice.Wbitacre !Many of our grove owners are using a Compact the world will turn to useful |1I.Utll'or sere suit purchaser. I
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I'ro spray of 1 package gold dust to 5 gallon Moving the county capital from 'f itu. ,' .
vllle to Cocoa Is all the talk In this service the energy now wasted In cruel ---
,. and daughter iliac water, and the I tree are showing the part, '
'arkeell .
returned home from '1'1 t usvllle benefit of the treatment. these days; but we hope the move will conflict. If you want a home on the Indian River call and see us.. We hare many
I 18. not Increase our tacos, for bey are high' lam not bargains In Tltulll[ and elsewhere on the F.ast Coast
lay Gen. Plas returned to Eau Gal He from enough now, standing for an I Ideal, a theory .

"C. [II, Horton and daughter; Miss New York state, reporting quiet timesat or a hoary precedent, I am landing Moi'Mnn; d:1: 'V'V"n1'ton.
"I left on Monday to'fcpeod the sumhirth his old home ills sister, Miss Mamie !tit.. 11. lI.'1\IJtl.: who occupied Oitlc for a scientific truth. ,
DKALKIW
"i liKAL EslPATK I
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cliff for several mouths left fur
Plass cottage
remained the north with friends. ,
Every readercau> know TITUSVILLE: FLOIUDA. ,.
Itrooklloe, Boston, (Ill Saturday. Mr. that The Compact -
,, Green Kodes and daughter; lire Mr I and hire Jesale St. Clair are now K, enjoyed K<>ckl.du very much, anti I I. a kolcnco. I am prepared to di.. -- ,. ---
aDd il." Mrs. E. K. Wallace left Monr cosily settled lu their new home at the she vtlll return In the fail cues tIlt facts and the pilnclplei of The
', few weeks outing. north end of the town. Mr. St. Clair Is I
a employed on the East Coast line at this Wm. M. Garvey. of Fort Myers spenta Compact with any ono who wishes to Walton
L. A Peek and wife are upending point. few day here last week, looking over make] an Investigation Theio are only Percy G.

.....k at "Heabreeze Inn Seabre ze. his [large orange grow Ho was agreeably three new> facts: 11Tituovi11o
his them a pleasant outing. The large four-story building/ being surprised at tin line condition C11t
erected by ,J IV. Itos itter i Is last taking his trees and the big crop of fruit. I. The law of demand f w
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ofdr Claude Edge boa Just purchased shape In the hands of, the contractor. -- _- _-.L.___ 2. The ustuial division uf "", .Int". ., Fla..
Mrt. U, N. lteau jean the corner lot Thin building Is In a commandluf position 3.
Ding one Mr. Edge owns '00 the on Highland avenue Host the World Allordt, Oigaulntlon for the purpose of
rot Camp and 6th street satisfying Vie demands of Imo
ratan nature
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Eau Jallle captured some of the prizes "It gives me unbounded< pleasure to FIRE AND TORNADO
L received a pretty postal from M rt. contested for on the Fourth lokt at TI recommend liucklen's Arnica Halve," ,am nut posing as a loader, but I am INSURANCE.

hcrlmeeour! from Kedlands, Cal.delighted tusvllle. The E. U. Y. C. mill have a says J. W. Jenkins, ot CCapel Hill, X. C. necessarily In I the position. yf a teacher

I with ber trip, and her special room In their Club House where "1 am convinced Us the best salve the The man who votes for, ljh; Compact

C mine frleflds her stay the different caps and prizes woo will bepipced world affords It cured! a felon on my I le not a suppoiter or follower.
He
enjoyable does
I< sill be a roost cue on view on special occasions, thumb, I&uliit uever fall to .heal[ every not depend. nKLIAHLR COMPAXIRS: PROMPT PAYMENT OF H.OS8EH.LOWF.ST ,
sore iurn or wound to which it I II ap upon me>, does not need me.
.. John Goode and daughter Mrs. POI.ICIK8 IMMUED.11i0TQT. .
HATKM. ACCIDKVT
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Poison Paddison and J. Klngan Hodg plied. 2ic, at Tltusvllle Pharmacy.Fort JIll vote mean a demand ,if or an Indus-
i, made a pleasant visit ar the home
nr ,t. Treutler, Eau Gallie[ Mrs Trent. son returned to Eau Gallie on Tuesday' --- tllal.qrganUUIon of society which can :1Oars r .INNT1tA.NC1: :
afternoon last
after 1>
a spin to 01'\ and
e.. mlngdown" for them In bercarrhge.IrUe Pierce. must satisfy all natural demand.; A
Pierce lu the fast motor boat Bnby'tinllet. .
:
'00 I from Melbourne to Eau Gallie The boys report more m .q'llto.' .. votejfor; The Compact mean that the MAIIIXK AND FIRE: UATKS ON APPUCATION.

ed a very pleasant one than usual[ and several showeia en route voter understand. his right and how to 1

I.'II I. ho shot that big brown bear ]Mon/ Senator Hudson. arrived In town Wed secure them.
olfjht at liavvlew Why Alex J. The consumption of gas In Eau (iallle nesday I r
' stand on this Your Business Respectfully]) Solicited
proposition
e get first shot at him, followed by has grown to such proportions that the :
Claude iI. lie Edge Iteaujean brolth agencyat
In town IVudnesday.mt Uoferonoet I Indian IllverMate: Dank Tltusvllle, Fla.[
' this In the of human I
.y.1t [r iriand: and Don Beau jean.,_ For point near future. The nature perfectly v
e, [, time Alex Goods bill known that a demand caused by the great number Mr. V. B. Updsay and family\ left (Sunday The proposition replies -.. ,1
I yof bears were enjoying I life-living of motor boat engaged In the lib( business for a few weeks change study, and
fresh turtle In Eau Gallie. every statemont of The Compact should TJT"CTS'V'XLLm: : LX'V'1Drt.Y FtT1A.1lLIJ.: .
ion egg and ripe plDe1. -
Mr. E. J. hhattuck of Eden, was a be verified.
,and the boys decided to go on afur The National Holiday! the 4th of pleasant visitor In town Monday
July,
Whether
i I them. They packed banket of the assumption (that
I t thing 'j eat and the jolly five left pasted off very quietly In Eau Gallie. Mr and Mrs. Praugua of Vero, were Compact Is. false, or that II I I" true doe The FEED AND SAIIC M SADDLE HOHHKHlltTOOIBS
Boating was displayed from of
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many our
mrneln the launch Ida !May Capt. pleasant visitor In town Monday "
cltlren. homes. Numbers of our not matter, provided< there follow ...STABLKS. 'i;
I I IemiJ! an. About6:30p:J( m., rateupp.t young a ,
people attended the celebration In neighboring The County CommlMlonet and School thorough I Investigation '
i at view then
with load
\ \ Bay 1
towns the elders staying quietly Board have been In session this week. 'l'h. UAQOAOKTKAN8FKU J SUKKKYSo4
mi went" to the ocean beach to hunt existence In the optilar mind of
At taut the boys decided to alt at home but for the boating displayed The many friend of Mr. Allen Lowryare the Idea that there -
It might( have been the Sabbath day judge I I. an enemy nf the j,, TURNOUTS of
!:
i 100 lie( bluff have a social cbat ande. glad to see him back from the Mo. t
As they were telling bear stor- ing from the quiet streets, The different pi tal, people Is not without foundation But

along up the beach came his royal places of business were closed. The E. C. the real enemy. U political orjanlutluD., HAULING ETC. ..all kind.
L. Co. their Mr nod Mrs. leUay left for Charleston -
gave employees a picnic, Th
ly. They say be weighed about tI, C. night few notion that a king, a railroad or
which wee much enjoyed, Capt.. A. O. Tuesday furs weeks 4.
,'tiunds(bourne, At midnight be was landed Frlnk, Manager. change corporation I la the enemy, Is a rtuliislon J'. :M.: O 'bnX1
packed In Ice and Tuesday
,
.log out under the palmetto trees Mr K. Whyte and daughter Harriot[ A broader knowledge will. show that TITUIiVILLE1m roar of Hobblns' Law OnceFLORIDA.

the hunters having tbelr pictures Just i\-acMy night.' left for Ashvllle, N, C., Monday for a all the Ills. of society must disappear un .

a by Mr. C. J. Y. Campbell and be few weeks. tier Ibe natural organization/ of society. -- -
ilmlred 1 have used Dr. King's New Life Pill
d by all our citizens who for several Tears, and IInd them just exactly Mr. Roy M, Lewis"" left Wednesday. Our I Ignorance, not the law of creation, -x- Xx

Then out en he mans was dressed to see and and divided admire right," says Mr. A. A. Kelton, of night for Wills Spilogs( N, C. oo. a throe ha produced human misery.[ J.tl: :: t J.rl.QX: : I

md. many of our housekeeper will IlarrUvllle, N. Y. New Life Pills relieve week vacation/ ". -4 AbllCMAM flutter. I

Iota, of the nice roasts, stake and without the leant discomfort. Best Mr Tim Sheffield returned Sunday, after ---- --
made from that bear. The mother temedy for constipation' \ bllllousnessantl a short vacation and ha resumed his ........... PAPKUIIANOINO, KALSMIXIN,JrAKNISHIXO, STAINING, FIXISIIINQ I
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k. malaria. 2.;>o. At Tltusvllle Pharmacy ...... ALL '
a oj her two line cubs still live on duties! at the store.M SIGN PAINTING KINDS, ETC. .

'I>cean the beech, where they come to ,r. and Mr*. W. II. 'I ubb left Mondayfor j Old Furniture made to look like new Mirror. Mad. and ne-Slinred.

boys summer.e would .be ilIad to have our Indianola. Norwich, Conn. They. expect to ba f TO SUBSCRIBERS. i -Reasonable Rate*-
'" away about four month
deaf
Roosevelt come sod join them .
pturlng mother bear* and ber -cubs.ould Miss Kverndou of Ormond sister of -' i VVT. JL.3DZS..E31D: : ,

| then ship the "Cubs to Chi- Mr.. Flail took a number of Indianola the railroad agent here, Is visiting Dr. o An order of the 1'oitofilon D.
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people to Tltusvllle, In hi* launch, the and Mrs. Kolllns for a few day. Shop In Sorlmgeour Building,

Francis, to celebrate the 4th. ;; riartment, Washington J 1'. C., ef TITU8VILLK, FLOIUDA.
Mr. O. B, Robinson, of Orlando the :
It Can't lie nt. Mr. Shaw, of Cocoa, I II helping Mr. A. Court Stenographer I I. here attending a ; fectlve Jan 1, 1908, provides... tbat -- .

& ,beat of all teacher la experience. S. Humphry build the Bird' Nest special session, also Judge Jones and a no delinquent[ subscriber shall, be

Harden of Silver Cltv North CarMy which i I. coming along/ nicely. good many lawyer. : INDIAN IIIVEU ICE FACTORY.
1 I,, *: "I find Electric Bitter doe carried longer than three month,

1i r ut's and,claimed!Kidney for. troubles!It. For It Stomach can't be ADvocATE Every one' It should Is the read largest the weekly newsy Monday Mr. Porson shaking Paddlson hands was with around hi. many town .1 giving a* a reason that the depart- TITU8VILLK, FLA ,

1 I have tried It and found It a moat new.paper'bn the East Coast friends left. He here.noted It many was five change year since be sent la I furnishing a low rate of prepared furnish lea In any quantity-Jiaoked) or loose. (Special attention

1 t lent niodlclne." Mr. Harden laI Joe and Bartram Field[ scent the 4tb i; postage on oewspaperv. and doe paid sacking for Yaoht or for family use. Fair dealing my motto
. ; it's. the bent of all medicine also A large; number of our citizens accompanied
1 eaagee.., lame back, and all run In noon Jacksonville, well pleased[ returning with their/ Sunday trip. after the Band to eW Palm' Beach ;t| so for the benefit of ( bonatldeiubJ .' A. 8. MATT, Proprietor.

.1 a condition. Best too for chills Friday to spend Fourth. returning J | scriber who pay for hi. paper. -- _u__. -_.- -- ..- .----- -.--
. nalaria. Sold under guarantee at Mia Fannie Moore of Merritt, and Saturday night, all report a most enjoyable 2 ----1'------
.1 Ituavllle Pharmacy 6
. -- guests. the past few day of Mrs. A. H.Humphry A "game, between the member. of the and-date slip pasted upon your ", TEEES -

. *. Oddfellow Lodge and Woodmen Lodgewas I
1 Georgiana.iVer T paper or wrapper every week.
Saturday afternoon. The
. Mr. J, Heed still baa the best record played
. r, W. O. W. being the wlnoei by 17 to 14. .......!+ +..,....,..........
of
catches fish !
far
[ having caught
. WIttfeld has four Land large .
*busy In t/II| evening there was a dance at the ;
are giving greatest satisfaction to our bun/
. the two week From Ocklawaba' Nurseries .
iRand'shlpping his large crop of! during/ past elghtufn where '
.. a{1."le.. lIe has the largest Held of hark and many other kind of fish. ; hall the [late hours.dancing was indulged In until Orange drove For Hale.Kamout drools of tlll..toRten [In Florida.[ They always *

. ,on the Island now. They look fine.rVarbey growl and they always bear fruit true to name of variety.Some .
. A tery pleasant song service was held ----- ,
. I.e I.r I.r I. and her coo Charles, aDdulCbter It the home of A. S. Humphry, Sun' I
Turkey Creek Grove
Mis Kate, arrived from day evening, with Miss Fannie Moore at'' Demote Ointment for Catarrh Orange/ satisfaction In fhi la planting' grove now, think of the future

. illit and outing on Wednesday of the organ; and Mr. Hall delighting that Contain' Mercury and Truck Farm fur sale at a bargain; luio. TJB SUCCESS! OF/ YOUR INVESTMKX: i I'

"s'k. They are glad to be at home with some floe selections[ on the violin. mercur.1II surely the 200( acres of land, aboiitone mile river depends the trees you plant. MAKE NO MIHTAKE:,, but com to "
e destroy
and a sense
ee their neighbor are to glad to I 1 and creek front; several hundred bearIng t
tllI-m. This I I. kindly neighborhood, a* each of smell and completely derange the
a
ee share with[ the other the good things of' whole system when entering It through orange and grapefruit tree; />0 acre Headquarters for Reliable Trees: Trees guaranteed to arrive \t'dee.
e r.
r t 1 >BIt took a party of fifty to the garden and field a* the writer well' the mucous surface Such article I suitable[ for celery. Artesian well easily tloatlon 10 goott order they

rr r E, V"f July celebration at Titosville. know, having received mangoes, flgs thoold. never be used except on "recrlptlons > I driven. Flag station of )1'. K.: C. Kali- don't, we replace_them, NO Vl1ITE FLY
rr Hall
and family[ Mr. and Mrs. and from reputable physician a* the ,
plant cowpeas "
hr peaches pineapples, egg known a* "Tlllman land
way, .
on
.
r rankllo
Allen C. D. Pro. will do I Is fold
Mr. the
ten
which damage they to
lately all of were greatly A1-RFMM
, Mr Colernan, )Ir. Martin and Jim- I appreciated. ; good you can possibly derive from them. Beautiful place; just lulLed for winter 0 W. CONNER Piop'r.TAXOKRINE '

r, rr Tuttle were all that went from here. Hall's Catarrh Cure manufactured by boro! Three mile sooth Melbourne.. .

all' report having a line time. F. J, Cheney Co., Toledo, 0., contain Apply to D. I.. Gauldeo TltusvllJe
. + *" ..... .. .+.*.N*. S"
1N
r, a large crowd In TltoavlII. ++ .1 I I no mercury and is taken Internally, acting Ha. or Goode Real Estate Melbourne FLOIUDA. ,..
inning ; ,
i or carousing of any kind, : :1 directly upon the blood and mucous
p leafy of fun and good humor I surface of the .,ltem. In buying Hall' n.. tf ._ ._ .
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rr rr | ZI, Catarrh Care" sure you eel the genus rIre.


.r. 'I The'.'' Hemeriy. New That Discovery\ Does.K1ng' I*.. the IF YOU RECEIVE A SAMPLE t i Toledo Testimonial. It, Ohio I I. taken free.by Internally F, J. Cheney; -and made tit Co.In Dade County Land For Sale. PRICES ON LUMBER DELIVERED IN CARLOAD "


,. d1 that does the beating other Z COPY OF THIS PAPER $ I Sold by all Druggist, 73u. For sale! the
cheap northeast
n ,
quarterof
"' but fall to perform," says Mr*. Take JIaU'el'amil, Mils for ConstIpatlon. -. lot ft dlx: oot :from: :xn.111.
t
< ir of Z -IT IS TO- I southeast quarter of section 8, town
ont Auburn .
Center
Pa.
A F. O.JI. Car F.0. II. Can Eau Ft. Pierce
caring! me of t ship 38, south of 41 east close to
a throat and lung : LET YOU KNOW THAT range j Tltusvllle to Cocoa. Galll to Sebastian to Stuart.
r.'ii long* standing t that other treatrellevel WIlY USE OLD STYLE BLOCKS, O. :K. Wood' pineapple plantation on Rough A Dressed Framing- '

0 v.r1 u only temporarily. New WE WOULD LIKE YOU TO T when you can buy the best St Lucl RI""r"O; acre. Cm and under x2l and under flit U) SIB ftO t7 00

t '*1 confident doing me so much good SUBSCRIBER. lug Tackle Block at Dearl asell.Lock'j Also, the northeast quarter of north Flooring and Siding 11 grade, 24 00 21 BO SKI: Of
BECOME A .
.
its oootlnuedne *
0 price. Now In UM In > > M N>. i common 1'J: IX) }III RO\ :UO OIl /
=> souable length of time will ree00 '' ii t Htate Army and Nary Department east quarter of section 18, township 88, Cypress Shingle No.1. 4 fly 176 4 8.2. .'\ t

x perfect health." This re- Examine: them at the ADVOCATE office.TltnsvlU south of range 41 east; on southfork: of .. .. 3Ml 8 HO :375 I
*** and cold and ..I
a aDd lung healer I I. sold remedy*' the TI. *. \ 8t. J.ocle Hirer; 40 acres. Apply to !:r-L.t u* figure oo your complete bilL W* carry everything necessary to

.1 i..t yy**** *' 60o and 'UW per iII PRIITINat CHAS H. WALTOK, build your housa._ j11II

.! bottle tees .. .. . .. .. .....,..... JOB office Tltusvllle his EnS1; 00a81; L'UD1bor dJ: 15upp1yCo.

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DART COAST ADVOCATE TITCSVILLE. FLA. JULY 10, 190$.
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average for tbe'past ten years so shipped Globe Onions. I EAST COAST
FOR ASPARAGUS.Suitable GREEN MANURING. out The proportion of the total Connecticut's Southport famous Southport Globe FLORIDA RAilWAY

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crop which Is merchantable Is estl-

FertUI..r, With Formula For Favorable Results to Crops FollowingRed mated as 77.7 per cent of the 1007 crop, onions stand unsurpassed of among popu LOCAL TIME CARD No. 75. IN EFFECT APRIL
varieties tbe onion. 14
H.me Mixl"". Clov.r. lar American I Iy
89.1 cent of the 10OU and 84.
per crop
There of C. V. They are In blgb favor In some of the No 99 No. :29DB.UV No.7 ;
are a great many acres aspnrffus By PIPER. as the average of the past ten 1pa .*. I MAIN. LINE No.9r
commercial onion districts I
finest growing DallyUpm Deklly
: rained where a complete fer Rome exceedingly Interesting results The quantity of out In farmers D&ll,
I of Ohio and New York and during O i pm .m..e nor 1._ __ r ar."r -- .
e tillzcr is imod, and many, of them are on red clover .s a green manure, secured hands on March 1 Is estimated as 33.II 10 SO am AL..RLAUCI.tln..Lv ]aiopm I ,r.. r:
a few year past have mad It, ;:n: : r-
commercial brands bought from deal. by the Ceatral Experiments: per cent (equivalent to 207470.000 I 1143 am Lv.., ,?..BulPslatka.Lv 604mZI.m 4v

pre for that eipress p1Jfpo e. A fertilizer farm, Ottawa, have recently! been pub busbeUi (It last year's crop as compared steady advance In standing everywhere 912pm l8 praIMpm: Lv LvOr.1ond.== ,::.Dsitona===t: :or pm: I 1 tt ::
as a highly bred perfect onion. Eastern : ..._ .. 8mnn.L. I 0"
lished. In enne of these' experiments I with 398 cent (384..Jal.000'bulbel. 1010pmlliapm *)0piaIWpra 2aOpm

trogen that 8 phosphoric will analyze acid 4 per and cent 10 potash nl four plats were planned to spring .) of tbe per 1000 crop on hand onion growers use the red end : lloont 4 It pra: Lv.Lv.-.Tlntavills..L: :-== .Cnooa.; .. ,,,=Lv, 114pm1919pm I ai iii:
I
Globes
grain with red clover and four to the March 1, 1907, and 373 cent (311 white Southport to produco 1104 .m118B 416pm4Mpiu L.N''M"Rockledl'I.L.! 1220 |..nllMnm .! as
per
fit ai good an all around article a* I r
same grains without red clover.) After tbe exceptionally large, solid beautifully -i :m LLvv..1MaeulbGnaulmllr.: : : : ; ::: ::: Lv i'i ::
can be recommended for general use, ,023,000 bushels/ ), the averaga of the I 124 m 6 00 pra .Lv 1144 nm ; ao
formed bulbs that bring top .....
the grain crops were harvested theIr past ten year, of the quantity of the 1160 .m 100 pm .._... .FU Pler"'N..L. ebb .m I III
writes a grower la Rural. New Yorker prices! In the New York city maikets. BOO amDM 904 pra r.WeetPalmReaeh.Lv: }Slant +t: 1
A formula tor tbla mixture tor I crop on bund March ,l. It I III estimated II am 1049pmlliSpm ::::::..FLLsnderdal.Ly, B&S.m500.ru t7
asparagus Besides tbe two varieties named, ....
TKftamtlOOOtm .. .. Miami. Lr
only would be nitrate of soda, 300 that about 28 per cent of tbe crop will there Is a yellow Southport Globe that1iy '760 am t : .:?.?..Miami\ ,??, ==Ar _5 10 pm 1'J t:

of ammonia 100 Ir ,' be shipped| out of the counties where tl100.mI060.m LAr..MM.*.....HomeMead....... _L. .210 Im 300 "

pound pounds;; tankage aulpbat, 200 pound;, add grown as compared with 27.0 per cent fa oo pm ....._.._."........ Ar........Knlght'i K y Pock.......Lr............ :.:. I! ," 0"..

phosphate, 1,000 pound, and muriate of the 1000 crop and 27.4 per cent the r DtlIy except Bund.,. tSund T snd ThnncUyi oDI,. ITut.dstsndS.t,;; St,

of potash, 400 pounds lioue may lie average for the past ten years 10 PALATKA_ BRANCHLeave _. -

substituted<< tor tankage It more d.-. shipped out EAST PALATKA Arrive Leave PALATKA TO AmaPEat

i slrable. Tbe main object of oltlji", THE INDIVIDUAL EAR. TO PALATKA PaUtRa _PalatkaBli_ EAST PALATKA fSa

tankage or bone JI to get a mixture i 8Tam2taro .._.,.._.No. 45 Patty ., 660 am > am .?...No. 47-Ps1I7" :
dry enough to drill! In discussing fertilizer I ..?-...No. 48 )>ally..M. .... S40s.u KiO am .._...,..No. 49 Dally. lj,
tor this I do not wish to t Stop and Consider This Easy Way to 2AamU ..?No.. M Pallr.. .. 946 am II 1ft am _....-No. 61 l all>.
fr. t crop a Lot on a Corn Crop. W am ...>.wNo. M I> llr.LJrNo6 ....? lliopm4i 860 pm _.....No. 68 I'mlly. 1161,0
be understood 01 Advocating a complete AS A 4 06pm605pm t40.54 (ashy ?..?.. pm 480 pm __No. 65 Pally_. jp0p
Djr J. B. PETERSEN Kansas ., !! J> iir",?,.. 6t pm Coo pra: .. No. 67 Pally .
fertilizer What constitutes an Ideal ear ot / 'ht I i l J Hit pm ....., ....No. 6a Pall .,.....,..., 7 Ml pm BOO pm .,,,.......No. 69 PallrT,, .,
ll'i Il l
When Applied. 1 l"t corn? This question must bo answered Ip l r SAN MATED BRANCH

p In my own practice I use acid phosphate by every com breeder If be wishes to Lave EAST PALATKA Arrive Lnsve SAN MATEO TO Ar ,
and potash, three parts of the EaetPaUika San San
succeed. He must have an Ideal III I TO SAN MATED Matee Male> EAST PALATKA Pad
p former to one of Ito latter. Mix thoroughly

r and apply broadcast very early i mind and work to that end. Tbe ear of 1 5 00 am ....No. 49 Pally..?.. 550 am 0m am .....?No. 60 Dally..
II j jX jaou'nyonT 115 m '. aA U.II ., ........ 655 m t+0 m No, 64 Dully... .
la tbo spring or late winter and work his Ideal must 119 determined by the

la the soil with future cultivations. condition of the soil and climate. In He, 11 I No.19 Na17 MAYPORT Mo. ISDally INa j.oilDtiiy

'TLo farther down near the routs this buying seed corn It I JII not advisable to Parry J Dally Dally BRANCH n \ tts,[

Is left when feeding time begins the secure It from a long distance. 8oo pm I zoo pm 945am Lv.Jaekaonv111s.Ar 7 oo am20am ';V JthtM l6r
940 140pm 1024 am Lvt. i'ablo Beach.Lv A 1 hi40in
eta
better. The nitrogenous part of my Peed corn should not be shelled until 46 inn 945 pm 1025amLvAtlsntloF', eaeb.Lv ( is am f < i HS5 np

fertilizer-usually nitrate of soda-I e '4 near planting time but early In tbe WHITB opoox. r/IOpm ) goo pm IO46am Ar,., Ain rt..1.t 600 am > llltflamNo. 600 lap

apply broadcast when cutting seasonIs germination 3Dally fie IDally No.I i No.4 JSo. 9Dally No.101
over. I fully Indorse the mixing of CLOVEII HOOTS WITH NOVCLEH. spring a test should'" be resembles the others In shape and general Oraof*Cliy Branch ally Dallytx taniorif Brtneh uiirf

made of t"Bc1ear and tbe poorest ears character but Is of a rich yellow" *x, Hun es. Bun es.Nun. 8tin. **. Sun eitol
' r fertilizers at bone for this or many discarded and the good ears shelled color 40pm2t SOOam LT.New Smyrna Ar, 116 pra (00 pm 500 am Lv TltuolllsAr.uss
.other crops In preference to paying a l>lnts .and, having ,attained a good and the made '.a1010amLv.1..ksIleleiLv.12)tpm 481 pm 900 am A4eaororaLvtrim
greater price for an unknown article, Iro1"b81 plowed under In October. corn ready for planting/ The white Is one of those beautifully IM pm 1060am LT.Orange COyLy, 1290 pm"pm 4 10 pra ...?....... .??.. ,, .?..?
I There Is perhaps wr one thing thai white perfectly globe shaped onions I 40 pm 1100 am Ar. Oritrga Cliy Jc 400 pm ................
and further than that the grower who The) remaining four plats without red
will do as much to Increase the yield that take tbe eye and bring highest Cnnn.mrtnouns Is at Knt his itse U.ok for Kay 5'o.t an4 Hovon.,
knows his soil and Its requirements clover were plowed at the same time. of
feed The corn on every farm as the testingof price in .any market Its skin is tbln 4*-rhes TIM TABLKS ahow th*time at which tralaa may bs expert 4u
can more Intelligently by applying following spring all eight plats
t each ear to be used for seed. The and the flesh fine grained rive and depart from the a.vsraI alatlonm but their arrival or departure a then*.
that which in deficient In larger were seeded to oats. Those that had paperllke. tatd Is notguaranteed, nor do es Company bold itt.U relpoatlbl foranyd l>
4
quantity and withholding that which tieen in clover yielded an average of Importance of discarding the ears thai crisp. and mild flavored./ Add to this or an ann.. nsnee ..loin therrfrnm.I .

''I. not needed. 49 0-10) bushels to the sere against 'are poor In vitality 1 III essential whenwe that, t la a tremendous cropper, and It 110.Copy ..this oral Time Card or Other iDformattoa"WJliia
realize that one good ear 1'1'111'plant' 'Jl'1113 TIOJtUT .AOiaiNT.
represent* almost an Ideal product In
38 4 5 bushels for the plats that had ooelghtb of an acre, Its line J.D. RAHNER Assistant General Pan &t., ST. AUGUSTINE!, FLORID,

PROFIT IN ONIONS. no clover. All four of the plats that Tbo simplest and beet method of tp"", .

-' tiad been In clover showed an Increase
w fag tbe germination of each ear Is by --
Satisfactory Returns. In Growing the the greatest being 19 2-5\ bushels and Too Early Tasting. /
using a germination box. The most
($ Ysllow Globe Varitty. tbe least 1 1-3 buxbels. Without addl. convenient box Is As s consequence of the last poor
3 4
by feet with
An Instance/ of where Connecticutriver tloiml fertilizers the same plats wereseeded wire stretched crosswise forming corn year thousand' of farmers who Atlantic Coast t Line R. R I
the following to barley. have pet'er tested their seed corn are
valley farmers are. making farmIng Those that bad been In year clover/yielded squares large enough to bold six to probably doing so for the next crop.
Is afforded the kernels. Fill
pay by experienceof eight the box with sand.
there is natural result to
And
a very
an average of 37 35 bushels to tbe
Arthur Hobart of franklin county, Number each one of the Take
squares.
be feared-namely, that, of testing too EFFECTIVE JUNE 1 1808
while the others
acre, yielded but 20 ,
Mass., last fall. From" two and a h lfItC1'e1l a few kernels from each ear and put

of his land there was' harvested bushels This experiment furnishes a In each of these squares. Then wet early In the season. This very early 400 Mile State Family Ticket, $1 1.25.
testing! Is by no means sure to prove
2,050 bushels of Yellow Globe Panvefs clear demonstration that the good effect the sand and place a damp cloth over for Good over tbe Atlantic leant: Line In State of Florida for the head or dept
satisfactory, an exchange
5 onions. These sold! at CO cents a bushel of the clover) lasts more than ono the box keeping the sand and cloth It art that suggests eat member of a Family Limited to one year from date of sale
frequently happens corn
or more at the time of harvest, and season.In moist and warm. Keep a record of Individual Tickets $20.00.
will five a high percentalgprmllJa- 1000 Mile Interchangeable ,
another experiment oats were
In the entire lot there not : the time of
was more germination and note the
crown on tour plats, following tlon In the middle of winter while tbe Good over the Atlantic Ooaat Line siu) 8(1( other Lines In the Southeast. lag:
respec-
ten bushels of small onions 1'er- i kernels
than which fall to
grow of sale
If months from date
seed Limited
brome mixed wltH- same kept two longer gating 30,000. one year
I lively grass, grass
Alllz r was applied at the rate of oue '
What Eight Good Ears Will Do. have Its'vitality
may greatly Impaired.
out clover, mixed grass with clover 2000 Mile Firm Ticket $40.OO.
j! ton of high grad to the acre. Thiscoat ,
After the
germination test tbe next that
Where In It cannotbe
corn placed so '
,'I about |45. The field was takenon *nd clover alone. The respective yields Good over the Atlantic Coast Line and 30 otter Does (In the Southeast!"
step Is to the corn for tbe frozen there is less of this
prepare danger
shares and Mr. Hobart figures that\ were 33 1-10 SO 3.10, 40 1.10 and 43"husbell. Itatlnir 30,000) miles, for a manager or head of dim and employee, limited
,
pl.nt..r-1J1 the mixed ker-
removing happening but even then better result of audi at II time. Limited\ to one jr.'
The average'of the two plata five, but !good for only one persons
the rent of the land for the year re where no clover bad been used was nels, tbe ununlform kernels; tbe Injure will be obtained If seed testing Is left from date of sale.

turned lira $125.It <<1 or rotten kernels and tbe tip and until some time during the early spring
::14% bushel, while that of the two I 15 Cents i
In the
Is quite a frequent practice
butt: kernels, when tbe corn should beocar..tull1 dujs.We. .
onion growing belt for. n man to impsruciMK where clover:: bad been used averaged shelled. have In mind an Instance wheregood Saved In passage fares by purchasing local tickets from our agents/

44;4 bushels.The Alliniorohanll"ble, mileage/ tickets of Atlantic Coat Line Issue told prior i
Tbe value of the of )
testing vitality dry oats 10 cent better
benefit derived from the red gave per June lt will be good on thi'ne linen ID the State of Fiol Ida .Juue lit and iherrifu
corn which Is Intended for seed cannot termination In the middle of January
clover amounted} to ten bushels per acre Above books are on tale at all Coupon Agencies.For .
be overestimated It Is : did the let pf
strange tuan.tbey on April. All
more .than wasderived<< from tbt&TR'JllMI. how many farmers even today are seedsmen will tell you that they find it further Infoi raatlon, call ou nearest Coast Line Agent or call on orwrltt

, I I Other experiments conducted In thin willing to plant corn without the least necell ar1'to retest seeds I Id' the !spring! FRANK C, BOYLSTON, or A. W FIUTOT

; same series showed very marked favorable certainty that tbe seed will garrolnate that hare, been tested during the win. Traveling Passenger Agent. Division\ Passenger, _.tgeeATLANTIC "

results: both to crops of fodder and produce !good, healthy plants. ter In order to make sure of their vital. COAST LINE, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.

, There thousands of acres that have! It1'. __ _
corn nd potatoes following closer. In .. I
"I been planted over each year on account -
the of the Increase amounted
case corn
of the poor Vitality of tbe seed.I Wrinkles In Lstttfeo Growing. Sssa!
fl
to 40 cent lDllln the case of
per po-
j wish each farmer would stop to A combination method of Indoor and
atocs to 28 cent
per consider this. Get a seed tester and outdoor lettuce culture that sometimes
Crimson clover Is also much
'I grown est: your seed this spring. Tbe vital-! works nicely Is starting bead lettuce lu

M a green<< manure and forage crop! t1: of each Individual ear of corn Intended he greenhouse, hotbed or cold frame Every Month
along tbe Atlantic seaboard from New
for planting may be determln- transplanting to tbe open ns-soon
.'sey southward and to a less ext -
ed. You can discard the poor ears, as the weather Is favorable. Not only

t ONIONS. In the gulf states. It ha* IJt>t'nrq'o keeping tbe Rood ears for seed. Borne do we thus get earlier lettuce but tbe writes Mrs. E. Founner of Lake Charles, La., "1
In
ply the land, the fertilizer and bolt other<< state to a slight but owing extent to the various frequency farmers say they have not tbe time to development of head lettuce seems to used to suffer from headache, backache, side ache,

tho DUll lot second est seed. lJe very fine under these conditions
sued a party come : the I
with which It winter kills It wa.lk.t
In and do all the work, each taking Stop and consider that It only takes Deacon: Big Boston, May King, Black pressing-down pains, and could hardly

half at the barveit. One good point has not been established as an Important from eight to ten good ears for each seeded Tennlsball. Market Gardener's last I took Cardui, and now I feel good all the time.

urged for this practice J la that it la crop. acre. Suppose you plant an ear of Private Stock Iceberg and Improved
In addition to Its. value
as a green
4 mutually profitable to all Interested low vitality. Then you are losing one. Manson are varieties suitable for this
manure, crimson clover la also Important
rolandora frequently lease laud In thin eighth of yosr'crop, and It takes only
as a cover crop, tending to prevent
way and with the help of their families a few minutes to make the germination -
the leaching and washing of '

and Immedlato friends handle a soils, especially on hilly land. As 'a test ', ---.;.?. TAKE CiRJ21 I
of work the
largo amount during rea
cover crop It Is much employed In orchards
son. In tact It la said they will ban- Applts on Long I. a"d.

die more than twice as much as they lands Long .Island In the past was noted
For the Improvement of poor
would working as day laborers.In for Its trees, both fruit and foliage, sad
la
fn the middle Atlantic region there
the cut, from Jjew England Homestead many rare foreign trees are thriving
10 better plan than to use crimson
are shown specimens( of the onions clover as' a winter crop and) cowpeas today on ItI.J<1cal soil with Its mild It Will Help Yo

that contributed toward such satisfactory climate to back It. It has developed
a summer One farmer who
us crop.
results. tome of the finest apples known,
adopted this plan .succeeded raising among them tbe Newtown Pippin both Cardu is a :medicine that has been found to act
bushels of wheat acre
thlrty-flve per
Apples In Storage. green and yellow; Flushing Spltzen- tho of mostwomen's strengthen
on land that had never before yielded GRAND JlAPIPa LETTUCE PLANT upon cause pains,
It.Jins been determined that well more than sixteen bushels f burg Long Island Russet Long Island [Grown In pot for transplanting to bench ing the weakened womanly that suffer because -
colored, bird ripe fruit will keep better Seek No Further and other varieties. or box J organs{ ,

In cold storage than fruit picked The Yellow Newtown Pippin Is undoubtedly combination culture. The last two are their work is too hard for them.It I
REPORTS.
before It li mature or after it has gone CROP tbe most widely known of curly leaved varieties, but under proper is not a pain "killer," but a true female

beyond fitII ripeness Many varieties --- all apples. It Is unsurpassed as a dessert cultural conditions form good, beads.
of : ingredients
,
Tho Quantity. of Grain Remaining In remedy .aposcd purely vegetable
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of apples when stored Immaturity dot or a cooking apple, And for cider The plants are started In the greenhouse -
Farmers' Hands
velop n trouble In storage known as Ie stands unique both In clearness{ and transplanted Into flats and hardened perfectly ; rrnless and recommended for all sick women

scald, the skin becoming brown In Tbe crop reporting boded ,of thA, bureau of high quality They are known In some off In tbe cold frames. They are old or young. Try Cardui. Women's RebeL |
I of statistics finds from reports
patches, especially ou the green or sections as Albemarle Pippin, but all then set In tbe open ground In row

: poorly colored side of the apple which correspondents and agents of the bureau came from a seedling originating at fifteen Inches apart and about ten AT ALL DRUG STORES

that the quantity of wheat Infarmer' Newtown. N. Y. Introduced Into Eu-
detracts ,from Oho appearance and commercial Inches apart In tbe row.

value of the fruit.-8. A. hands on March 1 was about rope by Benjamin Franklin In 1750, It Another wrinkle In the growing of

23.5 per' cent (equivalent to U .121.000 still brings two and'eveu three timesas
Beach. early lettuce Is to grow the plants In
I bushels) of last year's crop as compared
much as any other apple. It bt"araannuall3"
pots until about the size of that shown
with 28.1 per cent ((200,.>44.000
hence It Is all around
Buckwheat Profitably Grown. ; an In the figure and then transplanted to

6'' In quantity produced buckwheat Is bushels) of tbe 1000 crop on band 'good thlng.-II. B. Fullerton. tats, In which the plants are grown to SUBSCRIBE FOR TIlE
{ and 240 ceut (155.-: .
March 1. 1007. per I
the least Important of our six: principal -
maturity or at least salable size TIM Sower
q' grain crops, but It la nevertheless 203.0UO bushels, the average fur tbe Commercial Fertilizers. FLORIDA TIMES. UNION No Second O ..-
past ten years) of the quantity of the
of value a* a source of food and feedIng The most economical use of commercial Favorite Figs TIle Great State Paper Good MOM mr note th'mcnwu.ara
hand March 1. It U estimated
crop on on
stuff, and Is very probably grown that about 63 per cent of the fertilizers Is only reached when Black Iscbla Is known as Blue Ishla. DULY AND SUNDAY. IIJPMONTR

for green manure ts a catch crop and hey are applied In rotations In which (' This and White Iscbla are prime Thnw Month II to ftu Month.MOO FERRY'S
crop will be shipped out of tho coun- s T..L.Moatha,94oo l -
f +1 for the Improvement of the' mechanical! with tbe soil I III maintained lii good moisture avorltes. Fruit Is considered a* goods ".

'i condition of the soil ties Sal: per where cent grown of the as 1000\ compared crop and 630 condition by tbe use of barnyard manure tbe bent! for Georgia and the south. The Semi-Weekly Times-Union and SEEDS

1 per cent! tbe average for the past ten or the vegetable matter frorj Skin violet black pulp rosy red<< meat The Farmer and 'fruit Grower. ......"""' .it4e" FeryS:: "5'lk. "l::

Onion 8 sods shipped outThe crops grown for tbe purpose. white soft and melting. Dries on tree. Frtdq boue 0' the IIeIDI-W..kl! ,, 5. _UoeI...
so vies
H. II. Jcokhis.. Connecticut! find that rears In farmers'bands Although the food elements In a commercial tlpen in, August White Ischln baa 'ow4 .W 4gnenltuml aD4 ell....hul.Uwe trv'm .., Mimuf' ,.,taF.RMall ,?
quantity of corn. Swes.ew. The too for .., .
papers ,
onion Reed oue year old usually baa a on March 1 Is estimated as 37.1 fertilizer form but one of tile the same qualities except color. It It t your suh.enpioa: per tea tlM.kln Whol* I'a: rw tt"*

Ii'' '' much lower sprouting capacity than pet
6': new seed, although seed from a good of development of the crop, It Is Impor ,
bushels) last year's crop as compared -
Ii 4 crop one year old sometimes germinates with 44.3 per cent 1298000.000 tant that these elements should be Spraying Ptaeh Trtos.

quite an well ss new seed from suited to demands of the at
I't bushels) of tbe 1000 crop on hand March the crop One spraying with bordeaux mixture

an Inferior crop.- I, 1007. and 3O4 per'
I product will not be aa large as the other blossoms continues to effective In
Carrots For;Hor*... bushels), the average for the past ten prove Klsd. oa
conditions would permit It ls the the prevention of 'leaf curl Where r
I Carrots of the quantity of the I
are considered of high value years, crop rw w tun J A.Mob.r..
I f. for all classes of stock but especiallyof on band March 1. It is estimated that most common practice to use this class fungous diseases only are to> be combated -
of fertilisers with the annual the bordeaux mixture I Umil.ll, iO.Mrml ..4 M.wwM A..A.
crops : pre-
., 'I;J great value for feeding horses. The about IS per cent of tbe crop will "A Book More U your hom." h 1.
''f'' leaves of carrots appear to be of hjgh- be shipped out of counties where and there are good reasons for such I t.rred.'bere scales are present the Ire*. Wm.todar. waewww i mlur d..M..
practice, as shown by fertilizer exper- sulphur sprays may be relied upon for Orrw.lU(sows Wan br catalogM ire
er feeding value than the leave of grown as compared with 23.2 per cent Tao(so-so .d"d. asst tow V da .wY, M r..r.. '

mangel or rutabagas. fit the 1900 crop and 10.7 per cent thee meats.-W. IL Deal eat .curl prevention. D. Selby. Dtpt THE fRAMUIN-TUmil CO, 6J-71 Ivy ;,s,6e

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JACKSONVILLE.Ee : .

THE ESKIMO KAYAK. The Oldest Ftrename.

,y I I In ancient times people had one = W A TSELFLOCKING

e Net Travelers Hotel JACKSONVILLE, FLA. This Greenland, Craft It s Most DiM name only, a* Adam or Uarld. and In .. ..

cult On. to Handle. 1There order to distinguish persons of this .
(! -On the American and I It the custom to adz
European Plant same name was
ha la no craft no' difficult to handle j I
; Under ma..."ement.' Newly urnlnhed and renovated. A pleasant I the description "sou or* Isaac or Joseph
home. Rare: American Plan *:2. and $2.50 as the Eskimo kayak. The only
r family : ; European Me,. as the case might !be. Thus "e
and up. AH oars form Uu.ci !Station atop at the door.n. boat familiar to us which In any way 'get Solomon ben Pavld among the

I W. HANCOCK, Proprietor. resembles It la the rating shell, but I Ia It : Hebrew and Evan ap Richard among '

.31. be beautifully located Rlv rMde Hotel, at Green Cove Springs, It under the crack oarsman of one of our crack I the Welsh, to .quote two examples. Although .

a same management. college were tied Into a kayak anti I the argument that thorn name
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. I smooth I were not strictly "fowQauies" la not
. told to shift for himself even In ,

I water he would hare a bard time" of It, without weight, jet It Is responsible

1a 1U JACKSONVILLE, : to accept them a* sucU Mooing that the
. 'he Everett The. kayak baa been evolved throughhundrde TACKZ1as9 :
.
. HotdL FLORIDA of years. of necessity.. Without application'bad to be nupplernentetl by .
0a I another for the sake.; of distinction
0U It the Greenland Eskimos at lets
. -- -_ : We are therefore entitled to Include
would not be able to provide their dally them within the scope of tbe question i
,
0a Florida's Largest European Hotel bread or more lroporl1 speaking. Adam and other early l1blk,1llImea, st

0111,, ----- their dally blubber. are regarded as the oldest for obvious C C
- reasons but. excluding these, the a.aataae ewaas is
It Is singular that all the materials ; a.
Uooms.
Baths. Sample
Long DlnUnce Pbonea In
Private Every Room.
tiseJ In the construction of the kayak choice falls upon Maruindiike, which
-The Be. of _
11.. t ServiceOKO.
Is tho modern rendering of the ancient
OIl come from the sea-driftwood for the

I!, H. MASON, Manager. frame" sealskin for the covering Chaldean Merldug, also written Maru I
" dale and Merodach. the foil who Interceded -
Ut thongs for the harpoon and dart. Ivory

ian!at AYTONA. HIACII. and bone fer bow, stem and keel and constantly humble: ) !between the bill angry; la a new and, (rr",t Invention, as It Have time, mousy and labor. It will work; I
l Jpt for the various Implements. The woni Ian: and the Dittulkna. fa'

t ape Pct en prepare: the skin covering am tier and mother Th Itomans used liorltontally' upside" down or at any angle It la liripnsulule for the rope to Up

W Seaside Inn lUVTOJJA 1IEACII, FLORIDA. stretch It over the frame till It Is as both forenames anti family names, amt when locked add no 1 lever or nigger rope attMoliment la used In this device
of the former two that date back about
tight.anti firm as the bead of a drum :,:oo jenrs are still with us-namely. There IB only one hoist, lower and Kick the load and It la Impossible for the rope to
0111'b occasion there Is great ex
a Good Fishing and Surf Bathing. Hates: *2,M per day and up. Special cltement In the community. A roKUlu Marcus and Luclun' represented hl jam|: />r: chafe, and there la nothing to get out of order In till original tackle block.

rat a by tld week. Also furnUbed cottages for rent for housekeeping. "kayaa bee" la heldi); even refreshments i modem tonguiHi by Mark and the fern May be eeen at the AIWOOATK ott.\n.Tltunllle, ; and are for isle by the At 1''
Inlne Lucy. The old form Marcus Is
notUCE F. STEWART Owner. are not lacking, tor the owner of the still retained lu some fa mil leu. lantlo Supply' l o", East flay street, .lAcksonvlIlt, )'1",
as kayak treats to coffee all around when .
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A llel'elatlltl.It .
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SI'\lUUmZB The completed boat Is a triumph of -

lip Ingenuity and skill. It Is about right Is a revelation' to people, the eaveieasts a ,

pp Olin feet Ion*, sharply |>olnted at lIch of lung trouble that have been 4. .
cured by Folt-y' Honor and Tar It noonly ,1
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tip stops the coiuli but heals and '
.Ilp Act h he Breakers.&KAUREE.K: :, FLORIDA. its width about eighteen. It M *trenKIhens tint lung IM M.( iI.g( .i's. f
u cohered tor the little 1
entirely save Keasiinnr I'IINI'WI Itp..: "Tu? d..eturs .
round hole Into which the owner slip, Raid 1 hud ooni.il 1111t| I on, and I gut tit l

pushing bin feet underneath tho skin better tiuul I took Koloy's" JlunuJ and \

dock In front. Tar. It slopped the Imniuithuizes and

Ratei $1,.00 per day and up'. Special: by Week or .Season.I. This hole Is fitted to the person for pain In my IIIIIK aud they aio Due s. 1

i whom the bout Is designed) and his sound an a bullel." I ,
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thighs completely Oil It up. When ho c'TH1s
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M. MAHBETTE The Life Plant.
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Manager.SANFOIUI 1
la Heated In It and bill wlltfl'rtlotJllc.'ket tt
There N a slrango wild pl.nit In On adeloupo SHOWJ (lh

_. _. ._ .. h h. __ Is tied securely round the edge called the "lift plant" If n THE FRONTOF ..
the wives whIch
he la able to defy
fID leaf bo broken off niul pliinod. by the
wash over blm or the ruin which beats THE
T stem to the wall of a warm room, each p
upon him. The fclx tbong loops arranged -
of the angler In-tween the curves of the WALTONPAT. .
,
tiio front tho
on deck lu and TMI5C ARt OUR ,
leaf out number
soonthrows
margin a
SANFORD, three or four behind bold his Implements of very white tentacle, or roots and .: BLOCK PATENT LONG- v I
he Sanford -bird dart, Isuceii! knives 8u.l.mo..t .
House soon a tiny new plant begins to sprout ROLLER BLARING
Important of all bla bar|>oon. A
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FLORIDA. and In tbe course of n week: or two attains
\ little stand Is arranged directly trout 3MCAVE3. "
a height of two or thl't't"lnehPII, ,
of him Upon which la colled the harpoon -
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When the old leaf shrivels the new '
behind
line und him on the !
Under the management of. ? plant Is cut off anti planted. When
kayak la the harpoon bladder, which Is
carefully (cultivated the Ufa'plant produces
attached Inflated ready for use, to the
rt .JIAKKY P. DRIVER, curious red and yellow blossoms ,
line.
As a plant freak It certainly Is as Interesting .
late asMttant manager: of San Juan Hotel, Orlando Florida. The most expert are apt sometime'sto ,
as the ever)ANI Ing plant of \
r be overturned. It.mll1 bo by the Mexico. a .
:gr attack of a walrus or even a seal by n

e careless movement or nn unexpectedly Why Qo' to Bed;" ... v. .. .

DUCK SHOOTING I large wave. If he does not right It 1<1'1'11to me we innke a mistake In I ,

__ FISHING, himself at once, bo Is Inevitably drowned prescribing\ / special hours for going to \

..d.dJ! MOTOR and FISHING DOA'1' i at all) time unless 'comrade comes to bin assistance. |boil I| and for petting 'aa+. Why shouldwe \
inetuod! of turningthe
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The usual !
thus gorge ourselves with slumber 1 '
RATES: fI.OQ; ) and up. Special:\ weekly and onthly. kayak upright again Ja by using Why should we not follow the exampleof I (oO) 11.13 :. ,
holding It along >51. ;
the paddle ns a lever / the dog and take un oocnulonal nap ,
the aIde of the bout pointing It toward 1;'
when we ha,'o nothing .better to dol
the bow, then sweeping It through/ Ills. : ,1
''II IIKNDEKSONVILLK N. C. Why should wo go to ld, when we
fie water, but those who are thoroughly/
t don't feel sleepy Wily should we not -
proficient! are able to do It by means of
take forty winks when Inclined thereto

Ie Spend a Part of Your Summer's Vacation their their throwing bll n,1. stick. their arm or even\t\ method? It and strikes regularity me there about In. too our much so inolferous '. TIIOU8ANIH: OF T11KM SELLING\ : NEW ENGLAND STATICS.:

arrangements-Ashby-Sterry -i For all Mod of businesses' where' Tackle lllook Is uaed- \

'El, THE BLUE RIDGE MOUNTAINS OF WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA.Drink The Earth and the Moon In London Graphic.The "
An the original earth nebula con
pure spring water, breathe God's\ pure air, where the nights are donned the lighter materials were dlstrlbuted .
ay" cool and NO MOSQUITOES. EUautlts. .
quite uniformly over the entire
Cary of Virginia surveyed the Met. .
surface, but these are now mInn
TEL> GATES hag 140 elegantly dixbed rooms, electrlo lighted, Otis tie- the ropolHim( Opera House tier and par-
log from one hemisphere, reason
valor, broad verandahs, ball room and orchest that Is consideredthe seeming to be, as I'rofenscr O. II. linewin tlerre to Monks.with critical eyes; then ho turned Walton-Vinton Patent Roller Bushed Sheaves

finest In the State Cuisine and service the beat, and at prices : demonstrated In 1870 that a pur "
"When I.. he .
a beauty nota beauty?
within the reach of all. Write and tell us what you want as we i tlon of the earth's crust has \been _________ r I
asked .
give all correspondence our personal attention. Address. thrown off by> tidal action, forming the "(Jive It up." said Mocks. _
I The surface density of the
WM. HEWITT, Manager Hotel Gates, HEVDEUSONVILLE, N. C. moon. the III"'t"hltJ, times out of a hun ._ .
continent Is about 3.7. ----- --
present droll" said t'ary.-New York Tribune
mean density of the moon appearingto t

NHW YOltKt be .1.4 or not far from that of tho ,
An Awful Threat.That .
missing continents to the depth reach.
--,- was PD awful threat of a puKillnt ; .
r ed. The moon It Is computed equal ..
to bill antagonist. "I'll twlat
a mans having this surface area of (beterrestrial you '.
round your own throat until there's
otel oceans and a depth of thh'tyalx
Marlborough nothing left of you hut the ends of
miles, avid It U concluded that
shirt collar sticking out of
the crust when thirty-six miles thick your : your
i-yes"-Pearson's Weekly..
) New York. must have been torn away over three-
Broadway, 30th/ and 37th Streets "
fourths of the earth, the. remainder
C unpletely Renovated and transformed la every depaitment. Most cenHy breaking apart to form the eastern and! A Most Valuablo Agent. .

.. located hotel on Broad.a,. ELECTRIC LIGHTS and TELEPHONE western continents, wltb Australia and Tim glycerin employed Dr. Pierce' II -
inndlclnps. greatly enhance' tint tmidlcliialproperties ,u a ,
and
continental
i 'y room la the bouse. other Islamla. These I
which It eaLr eta from native
Island fragment oated.llke great Ice ,
EUROPEAN PLAN 400 Rooms. 200 bath room .Rates: $1.50 and ;up modlrlnal roots and holds, in solution / Illli'I '
floes on liquid material of a densityof '
ird without bath. %l and upward with bath. Parlor bedroom and bath 13 much butter than alcohol would. It alsopenuwsea I
This
3.7 or more. great rupture '
medicinal properties of its own, Ilryll'il
t sad upward. Parlor, two bedrooms and bath $5: and up*srd. gave the earth's surface Its chief Irreg' being a valuable demulcent nutritive I f .

SWEENEIT-TIEIINEY HOTKlj: COMPANY( ularltles, with a mean difference of antlw'ptlo.and antlferment. It aids
three miles between the levels of the greatly' to the efficacy of the I'.lack' Cherry*
]D. M. TIERNEY, Manager. continental plateaus and the ocean hark, Bloodroot, Gulden heal: root, Mono

buds, and as the water condensed In root and'' ijuoen's root eonUlnnd In
.
Golden Medical Dlcovery"ln subduing
\ the cooling depressions, with the Paclflc chronic or lingering coughs, bronchial,

: where moot of the moon bad throat and lung sffoctlolU! ,for all of which

;Ec: :: been, the dry land was formed that three agents are recommended by standard I '

has made human lifo possible We medical authorities.In I '
i may consider that without this Change all cases where there I II wasting These long Roller Rearing She"'vr, which are looked upon as the greatest \

the earth would be now In the coudl away of flesh, loss of appetite, with weak ntl-frlctlon roller bearing/ the world, are without cages/ to hold the roll In

'tMSr tlon of Venus, .with water over Its .toOl' b, a* In the early stage of eon 'laoe, and therefore art far moie durable and run with' far less friction than the
sum ....m,thrra can be no doubt that il,.
whole surface. culuo/acts st a valuable nutritive and Id-style cage. The sheave canting are made solid, standing double the strain of

aid Jnie V then boil atone root, the skeleton Iron sheaves;:
Guar Fish Quetfj, To{>t and too h<>rr b rk In

At flrst, thought the electric chair, tteih promjungf aiiifl,frengih Igeatlon, controlling and building I the up cough the '

which send the criminal to bis doom, and brlrif fig about a healthy condition '
would seem to be a refinement/ of In- of the wliilit t ivitem. course U must

; ,..rtet t vention possible' only Jo moo's genius. not not cure be r fueled t: tnsumptionexeeptlnltsearlier to rkO miracle. It will '-Walton Self-Locking Block! Co .

Rut the electric eel| can benumb a atalf'. fawin) fnn vrrT i-yw nWI; ,
borne so that It will drown before recovering nut", MnDrtl. < l.rf.nie r iuyllj ,
= iF .. \
tttw 71 from the shuck:, and the all MN in r. n... haWl9 I 1 I CU.qI N Hp

fiercest nab Is rendered helpless by the I 'iioi .oe i1cltv a. if Is In ths lingering 401( Atlantic Avenue, I DO'rOY. MASS.
gentlest touch of this mature. NmatI hfngota: eofghsor thowiof longstanding,

wander these eels" flourish\ In their na- oven when accompanied by ll l...xlln\ < fromlung '

Lire waters aud seldom faU to find /, that It has. performed lu. mod -. ..- - -- -
marvelous cares.l'rof.Finley
foal enough and to al'arel! Klllngworvt,M. IofBen-

At' any rate, the gentleman angler n-Jt Med CbilegeChieagonys of gly

casting his fly upon the ripple Is wrirwi THE ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING OFFICE "
*I btdispe J atsevveaan.xslletitpntpoar' ,
unique. Barely no animal can match Flolains1/ t ae.i quantity: of Guts: iwruxlJ* oIhyda.aea
the rod and peel Tel there Is a Ash In .mluilon.. U oii. of tits !...
.Bi.nnK-tor d 1II'Ud..of thayreaenthwy. la
I wltb a long, slender filament drooping Its sctUm swat rnfM'lilfxI.cllwjnlrnxl awn-
forward from its bead tipped wltb a .a. b., ivp.wially It I1.em ..e .1..r.Uol1 or fit.
ralarrhBl InflntimalUm
fleshy, wormlike appendage. Th. fltb runny tarrbaJ..f..trlll.. a nx M' fltrlent prop>rlon.Mirrrln Headquarters
lies quietly on the bottom and awaits :' will rrlixT* mtnrrumof prrol leta..artbuml
.- t r .a J arts excessive cutrla (Uu>iucbK >
a nibble. Soon a minnow makes a Irttiir.*
dash for the waving luscious morsel. e".lileri 11"1..1 Dltlpowsvr, .enriches and .
pnrlflMi tlM tad earlrtr blotfhM, Dimple*,
1.- COlSTi ADVOCATE NEWSPAPER AND JOB PRINTING OFFICE. The huge mouth opens, and-the.finny! pniptkm*.crotuiuu.U1&tl1l sad olU_... .
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angler has dined A veritable Bhylock: PRINTING I
I &n.l:::rn.bP. n. V.TMereo.' of Boffvlo. If.ToO JOB
thin. with rod line and bait of his own" For fnnouklot tvlllntf *ll ah.tat the natty tDiMlWInU I S ,,
Oath and tooet Cblcag>; Record.tiers mote eomtiu>) .t..n'I: wutulvttulBMxUclim
REASONABLE RATES. there I*no It
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EAST OOAST ADVOCATE, TtTUSVILLE! TLA. JULY 10 1908. ,
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.................... .. ..... .... ......... .. THE FOURTH IN TITUSVILLE TO RE-BUILD COUNTY JAIL

WRITE Ton LUTi ATINa QIFT-GIVING GOODS. 5 i John R. Walker ft Co

<< A URGE CROWD HERE AND ALL HADA BAN BE ,DONE FOR $2,900, AND BE

: 'Diamonds line Jewelry : )
PLEARANT TIME. MANY WORTH $10,000.00 WHEN
: Watches, Clocks :tto -THE nUFAltTMISNT: STOKK

) Rings, Tins, t e Cut Glass, FINE PRIZES, COMPLETED.
Brooches, + Silver Tea Sets :
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Fobs J..ock'eu Chains z SIlYerFlatwareCros8ea << The Fourth of July turned out to be a The Hrevard County jail which was CARRIES A FULL LINE OF
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Toilet Articles :t beautiful day, with only one shower in burned on June .28ib, can be repaired
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I barms, 'r't Hand.Tainted <<<< the morning and In a few minutes all and placed In flrst-claas condition for Olotlilza.g':: : Dry Goodes

Buckles, China Rogers'Plated, traces of that bad disappeared, and a 12d>ab so Commissioner R. A. Conklingwas ,
1H47'!
IJra'elet.&od i .
all pleased to state to an ADVOCATE reporter -
all klndiof ware. strong breeze kept up day Notions Millinery Shoes Gents' Furnishings Etc We repret' It d
<<<< Several hundred people arrived In town before be returned to his home at largest and best Tailor-bfade Clothing House In Ame I

by: boats carriages and trains, and Till man, on Wednesday tf I

: everything wore a festive appearance. This would make It a ooe-story ZET-uur it"a.r

: Fireworks were much In evidence during lag of the same dimensions as bUlld.j ,

JKWFLKItS .I LVER.M iTH.. ] and the small aDd without the story which wasnot
girl
: tbe day, boy jail, upper ;
41 West Bay St. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.S.tlefactory H used. House and Office Furnlturu of all Kinds and Descrlptl>
had a good time.
Guaranteed. We Prepay all Forwarding Charges.. i
( A large number of visitors to town Contractor L R. Decker Informs if l

*..*.*************** *, *********************. called at the ADVOCATE office. The that be will build the jail up In first- ,:J3ard.: ""VV'are.: ,

-----,---- ------ steamer Lena In command of Capt. E. class condition according to 'speclflca- '
WHISTLES. Vcsey Hall brought up about sixty lions, with all brick work complete A Full Line of Heavy and Shelf Hardware, Ship Chandlery Hunter $,uPI;

Robbins & Graham Go WINDMILLS AND passengers; and the Rochester from theiIaulover metal roof, metal celling 'Iollde. cornice. Everything needed, by the Fisherman.Grrocories .

to town of metal and brick two front rooms and
fifty or sixty ,
Fort Pierce, Fl q July 9, JIJ08.
'(Incorporated) All the stores were open and did a ball, with brick partitions and cement :

PAID UP CAPITAL ';l ,OOO.OO Kdttor Etui Coal Adrocalfi big business. The ADVOCATE: staff, floors; all windows and front door to be) ,

\ Thlsoompany owns Dear Sir:-Allow me to register/ a kick however were'given a holiday replaced; all painting and everthlDflcom A Full and Complete Stock of Staple and Fancy Groceiies

In your widely.read paper. I recently The Indian River Band of Tltusvlllei \,]ete for the sum of 2000. When
3LiA.. US' :3D S spent a couple of days and nights In It be
gave:i a concert at tbe Bank corner at 9 this building Is completed will

I the Indian Riper Country; On the St. Jour town( but between the running or o'clock a. m., which -started, the day's worth $10OIXl.OO.( ) Send your, order and have all your needs filled at once A trial -Ill!1!

Lode River; at New River and on Bay squeaking and groaning windmills all celebration. The band was In line trim Contractor Decker also says that all Vince you of the great saving both In money and trouble made II) \\lrderlnr

/ night and the long blasts of steam and rendered some good music, which the other buildings, Including Court your merchandise from THE DEPARTMENT STORE.
Blscayne. Prices to suit the times whistles at daybreak It was a hard mat Clerk's
was (greatly appreciated by the hundreds house County Judge's office

t Send for Land List ter to put In any sleep. Why don't your who gathered on the street to bear It. office, etc with all tlitures are worth +*..*+..++..>*+*+.>...**............+.......... +,
Offices at Tltnsvllle and MIamI Flalt Town Council pass an ordinance to stop This was followed by 1:10,000.00.: without the county land.
j .
General Da B: R.
H. G. UTLir, Manager. BLAKEWoODReflitcred tmetfLTITDSYILLE
these nuisances f Ism the i < by no means Now, do the tax payers of Brevard
TUB: MOTOR BOAT BACKS.
only one to complain. I have two windmills want to be taxed for moving the
East Coast Meat Market but I'never allow\ them to run at The Motor boat races were In charge of ''county county '

night to annoy people. Then again It Com. J, Lorlllard, Jr., with Dean P. J. seal'I 'I I PHARMACY
Robottom Dr II. G. Utl and Mr, G.'C.
y BRAVO
0. F. DUREN, Agent. wears out tbe windmills to keep them' DEATH OF CAPTAIN ,
continuously' running. Battle Judges.Class __ I
J. T. JAMES. A.-Speed boats of 12 miles andover of the (Successor to( the Red Cross Pharmacy,)
a Capt. Stephen A. Provo, one
were raced according to time
J S3.: CLEANING O.UR STREETS. handed In, and If they exceeded such most prominent navigators/ the Stateof TITUSVILLE, FLORIDAA
Friday
York
died In New on
.. c:> a f pa time to be penalized double. There Florlda"
of of the mouth and his
-
night cancer
aeo Some of the streets lltusvllle have were first and second prizes consisting of Complete Stock of-
taken St. Augustine for w
: been nicely cleared of weeds, and our handsome silver\ cup*. Course 9 miles remains were .to

w- town looks all the better for It. If any 1st prize, Trente'Sept Oeo. Gfngras, interment Capt. Bravo bad been suffering r / with : PURE DRUGS AND DRUGGISTS SUNDRIES

eEl of the residents of Tltusvllle have weeds Rockledge, owner.
s C'D the for tbe past two
-. .. In front of tbelr houses, or branches of 2nd prize Baby Bullet, Georgo F, cancerous'growth f Prescrlptlons Filled with thee
1=1 years, and for nearly a year he had been
trees hanging too low over tbelr sidewalk Paddlson, Eau Gallle owner Utmost Care and I'omptltude-\:
the
10 New York city under treatment at
i w d we hope they wl'l be removed Class B.-Motor boats of speed 8 to 12 .l
the of effecting a -
hope permanent
hospitals
i TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA miles per hour. Boats In this class cure. Despite the started from an anchor with motor not In
THE VARSITY LETTER. number of specialists however the
--'- motion. Anchor to be raised and engine that death +...........+......++....*.+.+.........+...*++ +<
disease such
t. gained headway
To the College Man It Is ss a Flag to started at signal from a gun. First and
ensued late Friday night
a Nation. second prizes, consisted of handsome

What a flag Is to a nation a varsity I silver cups Course six: miles The CaptaIn',wlfe was summoned to Titusvill Lumber Co
New York when her hn.band'kconditionbecame
letter Is to a college man. Like t banner 1st prize, Skeeter 8. M. Martin Mel.
serious and she! and her son
,
411 a varsity letter\ clustered around bourne o"ner.\ % I
with comedies and tragedies, with 2nd prize Friday,, D. B. Prltcbard sailed from Jacksonville on Sunday

, I M I Iw yearning and heartburnings The Tltusvllle\ owner June 28th for New York.* ARE NOW
"H". of Harvard the "Y" of Yale, the Capt. Stephen A. Bravo was born In
Class C.-Mofor boats of speed not exceeding
"I'"lof Princeton and the varsity let. St. and
Augustine fifty-one years ago i
8 miles hour. Boats In this
ters of the various other colleges and per was reared 1ri that city At the age of SELLINGLUMBER
clam also started from an anchor with
universities have meanings to collegemen 18 years he decided to follow the aea and
not In motion. Anchor to be
which never occur to others And engine ,
continuously followed this vocation
there are strict rules] and conditions raised and engine started at signal froma las k
from that time.
surrounding the letters. gun., Six cash prizes $8, $5, $., $3, $4 I
fQk For he commanded steatuers AT THE FOLLOWING Flit
who"wins many years
MQ Every Harvard athlete an and $1. Course 0 miles

00 n "H" sweater must obey the unwritten lit prize, Ripple, L. P. Allen, owner. plying the St. -Johns and Indian Framing, dressed four sides, , , . 11 1: I
rule of that un"erllt-tbo rule which rivets, but during the last eight years ,
2nd prize, Kathleen B. Watton Clifton B. Flooring( Celling and .

says succinctly that an "II" sweater<< owner. of his life be 11'.10 command of I elm. No. I, Common Flooring, Ceiling and Siding. '. . , .
must not be dliplayed nave on the field of the Florida East Coast Rail Co. Cu'
3rd prize" Aver J. D. Ennls Tltusvllle ere way fo.. 2, Common Flooring Celling and biding 0' . . '
of action. Even In such appropriate b
.+ running between Miami and Key West
el places It ought not to make its appear. owner. Nassau. Door and Wladow Casing and Finishing Material, dressed four sides y'II 1 I

ance with excessive frequency. On ordInary 4th prize, IHawatha, R. II. LaRoohe, and over tp Sheathing, dressed one side . . . . J(
You will\ not make a mistake by tryIng Captain Bravo was DO doubt the most
the above brand of Whlskej-It Is occasions !good taste at Harvard Courtenay, owner prominent and moat popular steamboat F O. B, CARS TITUSVILLE, FLA.- PROMPT SHIPMENT
I tbe grandest for the money Inspires a varsity athlete to wear 5th prize Wash, W. C. Grlggs Tltusvllle
' In Florida. In fact his friends
navigators
school sweater At
class
1 a or prep \ owner I
HANNE BROS., numbered from all the United D. II. SPELL. DR. J. C. SPELL, Reglsred Pliarm
Yale a "1'" man, If be be a modest Gth prize Gertrude L. 8. Wilson Tltusvllle are over
Jacksonville Florida. fellow generally, may appear even In Stat .. During his long service on the

Complete Trice List for the A iking. Chapel street In his "V" sweater but Th city, owner.wharf was well packed with Cast Coast he came In almost dally con Banner Drug Store.

that sort of thing at Cambridge la absolutely act with many of the notables ,of the
people to witness the above boat races;
prohibited / 'had country traveling the popular route TirUSVILLE FLOK1DA.
KIBLINGERAutomobile It Is generally thought that the man and Mr. and Mrs. Geo. M. Robblnl
who would dlnplay his MI" la the quite a party on the tower\helr residence whose friendship be always won by his Toilet Articles Perfumery, Stationery Et
and affable disposition/
1 streets or In the ",..rd"* Is tbe sort of where a fine view of the roes genial; Capt.
man who wishes people to know that was obtained. Bravo was likewise popular with his

1. bo baa done something Therefore, the IUCACLK R CIIi. superior and Inferiors In the steamboat SODA WATERS and ICE CREAM. n

argument runs, be Is the sort of man mslness. Asa navigator In this section,
who should feel the force of. the gen One mile open.-First prise Diamond In his long service on the sea he bad

eral contempt. bicycle chain; second prize, one luggageand navigated every mile of the Florida ,PURE FRESH DRUGS..

HIGH WHEELS There are four kinds of "!I" sweaters parcel carrier combined coast, he knew channel and port b
every Stet
Mall orders filled. Will order have not In
field of promptly anything we
which,may be worn on the lat prize Joe Gruber. 2nd prize Carl perfectly and was thoroughly posted on
SOLID TIRES action. In baseball and track athletics Battle.
the peculiar topography of the Florida
I solid crlranon sweater Is the
a
STANDARD 1 TREAD. reward of superior excellence black Two mile, six minutes""limit.-First seaboard. E.'L. :ee:: :c & :seO.DEALEP.8 .

$375.00 and "II" for the baseball and a white "H" prize, Solar oil lamp; second prize three Capt. Bravo leaves a widow and two tl

Up. for the track. The vanity football coil spring saddle. adopted children also one brother, .1. C. -

W. P, UHDERWOOD Fort Pierce Fla. sweater at Cambridge Is black, with a lat prize Joe Gruber. 2nd prize Carl Bravo, of Miami and a sister Mrs. Wai-) GROCERIES, GRAIN AND HAY, AND ALL FOOD PRODOC ,
,
small crimson "IV Tbe crew sweater Battle. lace Murdock of Tampa FERPIUIV /
We handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agents for MAPES L
e Is .olld white, with a crimson "}I" One mile race, for boys undet 15 years deal exclusively: the above line of goods and solicit the trade of all coen.
Of late years tbe custom has grownup First bell second Write us for prices on Grain and all Groceries, delivered at your station N
prise, rotary bicycle ; CHURCH NOTICES.
West End Pharmacy of giving some sort of "1I" recognition E. L. BRADY BRO TITUSVILLE FLA.
to the varsity men In the minor price Blllups A Spence wrench;,third -

EAU GALLI!, FLA.S. aporte.iii prize, baseball rait. EPISCOPAL CHUKCII.
C, Hodgson, M. D., R P., basket ball the athletic power 1st prize Frank DeCourc,. 2nd prize INDIAN RIVER COMPANY v
Dean bottom will officiate In St.
witha 3rd Albert LaDe e
Proprietor. that be confer a crimson sweater, Roy Osban. prize, '
( which contains betweenIts Marie church, Cocoa, on the morning I
whlto "II"
100 large
Corner of Young and Houston Street. Slow race, fardl.Flret prize
uprights two small *Bs" bottle Three In-One; second price tube of Sunday, July II at 11 o'closk; and In "FANCY

Complete Stock of Drugs and Druggist's The varsity tennis men get a white of Never-Leak. the evening at 7.30: In St. Gabriel's STAPLE AND GROCERIES

Sundries Cigars Stationery Per* sweater with a red "11." In the lines lat prize Wilson Tajlor.lZnd prize church, Tltuaville.urrnomsT'.
t At Competitive Prices.
fumery Toilet Articles, of which are small "Ts. o
Souvenir Cards, The hockey men who are strongly Rabun Battle e CUCKCII. GASOLINE, CYLINDER OIL, CUP GREASE ETC.1111onhurfst ,

Candies Etc. touch with the football team cam an 200 yard dash;First prize, pair Genesee Rev. F. P. McCall will preach In Ttnsvllle : : ;,. (HAULOVER CANAL) Vlt' r

"II. T." black sweater. pedals; second' price, continuous Sunday morning at 11 o'clock I'osioffloe Address-TITUSVILLE, FLA.
Prescriptions Carefully Compounded. The has when a superb ringing\ bell.
day gone by and at Mimi at 4 p. m. Come and bring
t athlete can reap a collection of all the Rat prize, Joe Gruber., 2nd prize Carl someone with you There rs a place and

"II'.." for the faculty now restricts an Battle. a welcome for you.BAMUT. 1x4.xt7-xN'' G ooa: a

Hodgson Bros. athlete's participation to two major Five mile OpeD.Flret prize, Solar gas Nest to F. E..C. By. depot. I
port*. In the nineties it Was possible CHURCH. TITUSVILLK FfOIUDA:
N lamp; second prize, $3.00 tire; third ,

t, EAU OALL1E, INDIAN RIVER FLA. rowing tor a man. baseball to earn and an "II track.In.-floeton football prize, large door pump; fourth prize There will\ be no preaching In the -Making' 'a Specialty ofJFVttits -

pair Star pedals % Baptist church, Tltusvllle on Sunday d
Marine Rallwa). Herald. F.1.CfioJh find Cnn lIcfooI,
J
4 1st prize Joe Gruber. 2nd prize To m bUt. Pastor will be absent/rom town b
General Merchants and Ship Chandler DeCouroy. 3rd prize, Carl Battle 4th Oig-n...* and Cold !::1.111:

..Special Facilities., Hra3'lolr and Hauling- prize, J. L. Batbea. rOR ALL KINDS OF JOB PRINTING Try 8CULITZ )FIZZ-a Non-Aloohollo Beer.

for Hauling Out, Storing and Repairing All kinds of draying and hauling BASEBALL MATCH. remember the ADVOCATE. of lee. SANFORD BREAD, CAKES AND PIES-always Fresn

Yachts and Launches. promptly attended to, and Satisfaction Hundreds of people witnessed the Your patronage solicited. Satisfaction guaranteed.

'DUOD the ADvocATs wb'D writing.I guaranteed.JOHN KITTLES, Tltusvllle.I \. ma4oh between the Eau Gallle and TI. WALTON SELF,LOCKING BLOCKS

I w tusvllle teams which was a spirited one Patented la all countries. Only tackle

> nrg.. throughout. It was a very close game block of Ute kind In the world Fit V7. :HhARKER: :: r
Orange Grove at a Dargaln I and cheers were frequently drawn forth ted with the Walton-Vlnton Roller d

4' 3 acres,hammock acres of bear- Draying hauling of Inds prompt- for the players on both sides. The game Bearer. Useful In any place where TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. e

Ing orange grove, landl4 I from Sta. I ly attended to. Meets all trains. Stove ended as follows: :Tltnsvtlle, 4; Eau hoisting Is done. With these blocks Tin: Axxd: siaoot; Iron: 'V'Vorl'Or' N

tson. Crops-lOOS.*SO.; 1900,$ :o.; 1007 wood for sale at all times. Gallle, :J. one nan can do the work of two. TANKS OF ALL KINDS MADE TO ORDER.

e t3iO. Will be sold at a bargain. n. E. HOLT**. TUnsville. Till: BALL. Thousands sold in the north. Call HOOFING-TIN AND OALVASBOAT IZEJ k
This Is a rar*chance for anyone who
,, wants an orange grove. Tbe ball In the Opera house,was largely and.. tbem in! working order at this PUMPS AND TANKS A SPECIALTY _J
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Address, MORO X &t WA.LTOX.aitusvtlle XT' OLD NEWSPAPERS for Sale attended, and the merry dancers kept office, or at the Atlantic Supply Co'.. 1 Dealers In BICYCLES AND BICYCLE SlG1roxLot'LI1 H

Fla. Cheap at this omoe.I the ball going until mid-night. store Jacksonville Fla. X1.0"Dal.r: : 'VPOr1t.-



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