Title: East Coast advocate
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Title: East Coast advocate
Uniform Title: East Coast Advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Titusville, Fla.
Publication Date: April 13, 1906
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079908
Volume ID: VID00446
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 34175701
alephbibnum - 002071720
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LOCAL NEWS TUB. IAIttiIS UIUCI STOltl' The Winning-: :Number :Xo. DO.! Sl'KCIAh: HAMS A Popular| UitNitlino Englnc.: ; AMONG THE HOTELS. ,
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Topic of General Interest. ,John It. Walker & CO. The holder of ticket, No.- 99), will\ Of Clothing and fieiitN' Furnish- Mr. J. Lorlllanl, Jr., of the Lorillard Thu ADVOOATK IK on file at all the

Don't ilo I it- please call at our store at once, and get liiff at nlhlt: 'M. Boat Co., TltnsvlIlo, Is advprtlMlng thut, bust hotels In New- York city

Hi- Reading notice ads are ten cents Buy anything In dry good, inlllinerj the handsome Metal (tat Rack. ICs the small things that make the popular and I well-known marine, !gamillnoengine Hotels Ormond and Ponco de Loon ."'

ue on this page. laces. embroideries, etc, until you see If in ten days ticket No. pit) does not 'Impression. A well titling and stylish. made by Termuit & Monnlim: are closed. for tho snason. TWO of the \
ours. show up then No. 1711 will l>e called the suit is the acccssoiles are several of which he has planed ,along the 1 hotel
TilE (ADVOCATE, Important; Florida. East Count lIotoll'\y..h"\ "
Don't do It- winner. Kant Count to lime great+ .. uitlou .nf .
Hll 1,SO per annum, In advance. doubly Mil! romaln open-Ilotol Aloaznr and
Bf ,7.1; "six] months, Be blinded'\ by a few (seemingly! cheap]) If this number does not. come In In 13 An III fitting collar or (,IT color tie can the purchaser." The+e engines Htntlon, Hotel Continental.Mr .

H.00! per an. to foreign countries. catch quotations' look around. days No. 287 will be declared! the win. spoil the effect of the best. suit ever ery portable or "'trllleI".orve. the, at-

Hften you subscribe for the ADVO- Don't do it- nero tailored. So whatever you may need In tent I..., of !the pi'nuuble oustonim, will|) : ( Win. G. Lore, manager of the

H by the year, It does not cost you Let some one else dominate you and See our ml. on page: HVe are goingto ; the way of furnlnhlngs should be selected will be prompt. y furnished with full (Information Klvervlew lintel, Morntt, 1 Via., bas gone ''.

K cents per week, postage; Included. dictate where you shall spend your give away dozens of the beautiful with more than ordinary care-ami you i ican't and price, Haft mi application to Atlantic City, N. J., after a very euo- '

Ht printed Metal Hat Racks. to J. Lorillard Jr TltiKvlllo, V\i\\" cnHHful )<'Iorld,. season Mr. Lore will
te date of expiration upon money. This Is a free country; exercise do yourself justice unless you have
H or wrapper every week. ThisHecelpt This first one given away-the bolder --------- -- -- -- manage the sumo hotel next winter.
paper No need your rights-see us any way.Don't variety at your diMpnsal.
Hi to send for receipt your money.for subscription do It- of Xo. III!) the winner. Our variety In everything pertainingto hide 'VIUl tt (I. The Housldo Inn, Soixtireoz", Is still i"
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date gives: I It to you.HADVOCATKS Take no body's word, but use your Mull orders a specialty. men's furnishings IH complete It open entertaining q alto a number of' tr

for sale at the Red own judgement. If we cannot convince 1'V.oI: EY.li; BUANNINO, therefore deserve your consideration.Mall Bids will be received for the erection guests Manager lloraoe F. Stewart I I. .

L Tltusvllle. you that we can save you money;w e will The Up-to-date Cloth lei s, orders always receive prompt and of a dwelling house at the County Poor much pleased' with the suuonsiifiil season the ,

Pharmacy, "pass." Men's and Boys' Furnishers. careful I aftcutlon.' Farm I'lans and spnoillcatlons can be has 1..1. and ho li.it decided to keen It ::1

LTuclKe A. D. Penney, of this place Don't do It- TItusville, FIRev. ... JULIUS KI.INK: seen at t the Walker Grocery More.Xo the Sn'inlde. Inn open 1.1th\ summer 1

He part of Monday" and Tuesday. Send away for what you can get In Tltusvllle, Fla. blilii'Veonlveil. after first Saturday Hotel Hlly"II'"lm. Mlitml. ha closed \
.
Mlllidge Walker and wife were
t pierce. town, we want your patronage and will In May and .
Hv get it for among the pleasant callers at this office -Capt. and Mr*. Oilando Ijuaitrrnmti The Board reserves the right to rnjuot after a vory "UOOISMfullltl".nn. Mr. "
1KISII POTATOES CABBAGE you. Henry 'V. :Merrill, the genial; ) manager" 1"i; ,
on Monday. of Chester. ShoaU were In Tltusvltle on and all bl.ls. i
Do do It- any
Httuce
String Beans and Celery atKigoner has. gone to New' York where ho and ..:
/ & Co's. Let us show you how well equipped -Mr. and Mrs Henry M. Flagler have :Monday and Tuesday. K. A. CONK; LINte his partner, Mr. Hatch will, as usual, '
to take care of wants. been spending a few days at the Continental :1'I-A: Chairman ltd Co. Com. .
Friends of Mr. Chas. IT. Nauraaa, of we are your Sunday next In Easter Sunday and continue the management of that line '
Do, do It- hotel Atlantic Beach this week service will be held to St. Gabriel's Epis apartment houso on 4Ith street between
too, are announcing him as a candl- Judge M. S. Junes. returned home 1
windmill hairow, '
Remember a plow copal church Tltusvllle at 7:311: m. and nth ,
H Commissioner for the -Mrs. F. A. Copp of Savannah, who {I' Jth avenues
[for County Walk yesterday, from DeT.and, suffering( froma
light hardware or ship chandlery,
district Ilardwaie has had been spending a week or so with : -Miss Jeannette Wilson who spent bad cold. Mr. James Vlnlng, a former popular "

Uo it. her sister 1011'sV.. S. Brannlng/ of this the winter at Palm Bench returned to manager .Ir the Coquina hotel Or. 4.R'mood :.
Mrs E. I,. Potter the charming andBular Do, do It- Attorney George M. Robbins has \
left for Jacksonville '
place, on Monday, Tltusvllle on Tuesday much to the the Colonnades, Seubruoxo; the
;
wife of Dr. Potter proprietor Place your furniture order with us. been spending several (1'Y8 l, In Miami 1'-'
to -Miss Marguerite Pnttlt and Miss. pleasure of her friends.Mr. (Continental, Atlantic hunch and other t :
Clarendon, Seabreeze expects Do, do It- tills weuk. --
con Sunday next for Evanston, ill. Buy your shoes here, and get the best. Gertrude Duvall after a delightful visit Phil. Roberts of Minis, and fine hotels will manage. resort hotel In ".
several winter resorts along the East -Mis. W. N. Ilendry.of Fort Pierce, the mountains of North' Carolina this t 7
Do, do It- Miss Ella J. K Minions, of New York city f
Mrs. C L. Wright who has been en- arrived In town yesterday on a visit to further of which
Buy your children's youth's and Coast of Florida, have returned! to their a regular winter visitor. to Mlms were summer, particular y 'i
HnfiavlsltatSt) Augustine; with her men's clothing here. respective homes In Philadelphia.It i, In Titimvllle shopping on Tuesday.On . her mother, Mrs. Itrndy.. will be given In the ADVOCATE later. t'"

kilter Mrs. 1C. E. Brown is now inKville -Mr, and Mrs Tom Johnson, of La> A hoMt of friend In Florida, of Mr.and ''I,
Do, do It- seems to us that many of the Jlh,. will be found the
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staying with her daughter our page will be to
Mrs. pleased
Grange, left Tltusvllle last Friday. for a Vlnlng, I.
Try our store, and get ourprices In Itrevard are .
grocery owners county
property announcement of Mr. Geo. K. of
L, C. Brannlng. Ensey, Into the hotel '
learn again going
visit to their sou and family at Hasting, they are r
; \ on your whole' bill. We will give In favor. of Mr. John Henry retaining hU Tropic who Is a candidate for the office At residing .
bimtness. thoy are
Mr.' Chas. H Walton returned here a Reasonable Discount For Cash. office of County Treasurer and Candidates. for public ofllcoH woulddo 1 present
you present Tax Assessor. Mr, Knsey. will state. his at their bountiful home ''r .1 ".;
orange grove
first of the week, from Heabreezu, Do, do 11Remember- the I editor of this paper Is of the same ground for asking the support' of the well to get their announcement In the It
at Ormond I. Fla. "! I ,
re he reports a big crowd bathing In that we are anxious to opinion. voters, In our next ISlllle. ADVOCATE as early an poniilblo. Ho..dtho i ,

ocean both morning and afternoon please you; that we have good; oourte- announcement on Ith page The season at Hotel Clarendon Hoal '\if J
\in condition for Married, Sunday, evening, April 8th, -Mr. and Mrs. It. W, Currier Master It had
water being prime ous help In every department and that -Mrs. A, A. Monroe and Miss Daisy brenxe l I III on the wl&no. although ,;
Mr J. W. Peacock to Miss Sallle Hern- ,
lien Currlur and Mrs. Walter Creamer, 't U
bathing. what do we do do. over DO guest In the house oil Sunday
we say we Brady returned home tho first of the
don. F. J. Webb tied the
Attorney of Mass. who have been "
Lynn guests
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for business. Always morning last Thero 'hit been a constant \
Yours more more
week after the of the
Mr. Chan. T. who owns aHitiful attending meeting
McCoy, nuptial, knot. The happy pair have of Hotel Ormond for several weeks, have and build
home just a short distanceof ready to please been hearty congratulationsfrom Federation of Women's Clubs at Tumpn. Improving, ro-modelllng
receiving been the automobile at
attending races Dr an,11\Ir.. E. L.
since
,
JOHN. R. WALKER & CO., lug going on YCotter
of Tltiisvllle, has been advertising their Tltusvllle friends this week, this week. will of
Atlantic Beach, There be a meeting Indian
the old l Clarendon Inn. ,
IHIICK'STOKE.Tltusvllle [ purchased
Bn the ADVOCATE for sale. lie hasH Headquarters : TUB I.AHOE ;
and Florida. T.Ieut. Hugh[ J,., Wllloughby) who -Capt. and Mrs 1'. Nelson Master River Yacht Club at the law office of The hotel I I. modern In its plan, construction
decided ;\I Mrs.
not.to sell. r.
muchHie was among Saturday's northbound passengers Carl and little Miss Ellen, who spent .a Mr. George M. Robbins, this ( Friday) and. appliances The Claren* r 'I w

'oy will remain In TItusville -Mr. Whit Kirby, of West 'Palm en route to Atlantic Beach and couple of weeks or so In .Dnytona, on evening at "f'.M:: ) o'clock. All members don I I.* on a high blulT, overlooking the ' .
friends.
pleasure of their
many Beach, Is spending his vacation with J. Philadelphia, Informed as he had purchased board. their house-boat Keweenah, have are requested to be present possible, Atlantic Ocean and the fatuous International i /,

Mrs Wm. M. Brown and Masterk C. Osban, LaGrange.Mrs. ten acres of land at Sewall's returned to Titusville. Also.the chief -Mr. Chas. M. ticlmyler! formerly of automobile race course Last.

Brown left here Saturday last, for G. E. Eady is spending a few Point, and that he Intended doing a lit- engineer, Mr. E. Morgan Mr, and Tltusvllle but now of Jensen arrived year lOCI) new rooms and (15 private bath. .

ter'Park, to visit Miss Louise Brown days this week with her husband at tle farming. Mrs. Nagle and Mrs. Adams, guests of beret yesterday and was kept busy were added and It control. and I I. connected

'lent at Rollins College. Mr. Brown Jenaen. Mr. Eady will soon return to -VIr. and Mrs. II. L. Kochersperger, Capt. and) Mrs. Nelson, have returned baking hands with. liln many frlouds. with the Breakers. an adjoining '

I on the same train, on a business TItusville for the summer. who have been spending; several months to their respective homes In Hokokus, lie expect to return home this after- hotel of about AD room f he Clltr o
to Cincinnati and other places. Mrs. at their Chicago homo have returned to N. J. noon. will probably remain open until the 1st
*n and son returned to Tltusvllle on JUST RECEIVED A LARGE SlIIPment of May and on that date the Breaker 't
,
Tea at Seabreeze, where they own a deal of -Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Holm"n's cozy -Mr. Richard Stevens of Pltlsburg,
slay of White Rose Ceylon will for the summer noruon, under
property. Their niece, Mlsj Kittle Kocherspergei winter home \In Daytona Is nearly finish Pa., and Daytona, "'11'., has completed open "
Wagoner A 4 Co's.Two of Mr. II. J.'
Vr. T.. W. Doollttle wLv has been Is In charge of their Chicago ed. On or about the 27th of this monthMr. the building of his fine launch which I Is the popular management

Atlanta for the past month or so, big automobllew came up to TI. home. and Mrs. Holmnn and son, Master now In the water. Mr. nod Mrs. Steven Holt manager of the Austin Daytona,

fog after the Interest of the Atlanta tusvllle last Friday from Cocoa one -Mrs. Geo. :M. Robbins left here on Albert will leave for Tltusvllle on a and their Attractive niece, bliss Harry, assisted With Or by hi Potter* taluntixl are the wlfo.following able', .

and Produce Co., during the abva them having Mr. Geo. Huston and family Saturday last, for Winter Park on visit short visit with Capt. and Mrs. 1'. Xel have been having some enjoyable halting assistant C. II. Knappo,
and obliging : ,
of his son, Mr. C. V. Dooltttle, on board. They returned to Cocoa to her son, Master Rufus a Itollln College son, They will then leave for Enterprise trip on their cozy launch. Charle R. Crelghton chief ,
> has been In Tltiisvllle recuperating the same afternoon.Mrs. to visit their friends, !Mr. and Mrs.A. manager; ',
,
student. Mrs. Robbins was accom. WITH a view of Cloning/ out my Merchandise. clerk J. 1). Crockercashier; and Miss
health, returned here Friday last, Jennie Castle, of Brunswick i' >anied by Miss Charlotte Bailey, of S.: Denlson. Mr and Mrs. Holnian I will reduce price Ten to France; K.: Pierce bookkeeper Cashier ,

took charge of his flab business. Ga., the new dressmaker and milliner I Amesbury Mass. Mrs. Robbins and expect to be at their summer home In Fifty per cent beginning Monday, the Crocker will remain at the Cl.xreii'lon all ;

Store Property and Merchandise for for the John R. Walker Co.| depart Mis Halley returned to Tltusvllle on Worcester Mass., about the middle of 10th Instant and continuing for two the summer, but the others will probably -- ,

f io. A good opportunity for some ment store has arrived, and taken Tuesday. May. They will leave their automobile week S. K. Watts Eau Gallle Fla. north.
l"e charge of her work. In Daytona and will return South In go t't'A
to
engage In a General Merchan- -There are now two trains every day October.We. -Mr, and Mr. George E. Russell of }.;

'118 bmlness. S. K. Watts Eau -The house-boat, I pentoa, In charge between Tltusvllle and Sun ford. One Dauby House, Stanford Ont., who have BIO FISH CATCH.

'Hie, Flo. It1Tlie of Dr. Hoghton and Dr.. Urlch will leave leaves Tltusvllle at nine o'clock a. m. have this past winter hats applications spent the winter. at varlou points of Fishing with .book; -and; line I la excellent ,

Lexington: (Ky.) "Leader pub Rockledge, on or about April 14th, for and returns here at two p. m.; the other for hundreds of sample copiesof interest along the East Coast arrived In In an.arounel\ Tltnsvllle. and big'< fish 1

s'' the following about those popular Melbourne to remain two weeks. The leaves here for Sanford! Intermediate the ADVOCATB from various parts of Tltusvllle last Friday They were the Hatches are being madeclaily. Among 'r >

residents of Palm Beach, Mr. and Dento will then proceed to Fort Pierce, joints at three p. m. and arrived at Tlusvllle Canada and the United State,from pew guests of their\ friend, Mr. and Mrs. G. rueiulay the largest morning catches Mr.I I" the and following! Mrs. O.: On L.Iterge . It I a

few weeks. at nine o'clock m. This I Is of ple .who want to change their place of F. purren until Tuesday when they
Bradley: : "Mr. and Mrs. Bradley to remain a t; p. Miss Mabel lIerl(8.Ir.. Eugene :
Paw York, who have been spending Blake Walker of Jacksonville great convenience to the traveling pub abode. The following wan received at left for Jacksonville, on a visit' to Capt. Iterge of Adelphla.. N.' J.; and Mr. and '
winter at Palm Florida have -Mrs. T. lie and those who want to buy good at this office yesterday: "El Oro, Mexico, and Mrs A. W. Itule.Mrs. Mr*. Wm. M. Prlmlle, of c.harle.ton.V..
Beach arrived In Tltusville on Sunday April 0, ]OOfJ.VIII you please send mea Va., hired two. of J. M. Osbau's fanhlon-
i"n possession of the place on Miami our well-stocked stores. John T. and and drove toSix
country for daughter
left
last and on Wednesday, of the EAST COAST ADVOCATE, Stanley able, up-to-date turnouts
I old Frankfort road, which. they have for a visit to her deter, Mrs. Frank T. FURNITURE, DRY GOODS, .SHOES. as copy I desire to return to one of the south' daughter-in-law and grandchildren, who : Mile Creek, to fish for and bream.between. They the h
ed l had
f from Mr. William Simmons. Mr. TItusville the winter Jen- splendid sport, ti
been
Budge. Mrs. Walker will return to I have fifty picture have pending at
P ern states to locate and go Into fruit and party, they managed to h"ulln 1'X fine
Mrs. Bradley are a very attractive In about two weeks and spend frames made to fit 11* agriculture and your paper ha been recommended sea with Mr. Stanley, were passenger bream. Of course a /flab dinner In the ){ ,

IP'e' and will be quite an addition to some time with her parents, Capt. and by 20, or Ifl\ by 10 pic to me as being one of the on Saturday' northbound train on their wood wa another enjoyable feature of '

f Grass society. They were acoom- Mrs. James Pritchard. tures. Bring In your way to their respective home la New the day' outing. >fr*. Iterge say HI)
and la
best most publications
newsy the shade little too)
In
wa a T
Pied by a Miss Alice Illckey It. Mr. who. I III of degree
guest picture; I'll frame Florida. Tours truly, N. MoMabon." York city. Stanley, one warm to go fishing.
IN'ew York and several servants." A Bargain. Eas'er eggs, dyes, chicks, rabbits. the largest soap manufacturer In New .

CHAS. A. OARDNIH. TrrusviLi.it FLA. York, Is still at Jensen, looking after !)<> You Want Htrawbcrrle/( !' $

I Walker Hardware Co. For sale, schooner-rlgged two-master, Knox Marine Gasoline Engine his pineapple plantation and orange/ 1

34 feet water. line; 8 ft. I 0 In. beam. Xo- G rocerle*-Cheap. and reliable. Float grove. _________ I am now prepared to supply you with 4 ;
|t'e are offer refused.R. Strong simple fine, ripe and freshly-gathered straw

|eSteelPlows.. Reasonable W. WnisriKLD, If you wish to save money on groceries automatic carburetor. When you buy Home-For Hule. berries. If you want. good strawberries I r
order at the Peacock Grocery the Knox your trouble are over. write to K. A. CONKLI., 11
|- When In TItusville call and see 34 ot Seabreeze, Fla. etc., try an Bay horse, In fine condition or will '
T"'>. Write for descriptive circular IfreRte,1 Store, Tltusvllle. Everything fresh Sx tao tam Finn Co., Agents exchange for pair of small, young mules :27-86 Till man, Indian River, Fla. .
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I" and up-to-date. 34-4t Tltnsvllle Fla. horses suitable for work. Will .j'
Property Wanted. or grove Wood fur Hale. r

|'nick Meal, Gasolene Stove the acme NeceMMltle' I pay cub differs new.tiEO.. 't4 1
Hut Weather
I Perfection. A large stock to select Fruit and Vegetable : ilXUHXH," line or oak, any length. Also plowIng . ne

I*; none better Wanted a small, conveniently-located tf Rockledge, Fla. and harrowing.. See or address J. (: ; +
Price weather U here OIU UDeSto.e Shipped to Marx: Brothers corner ofBay : t
\' -city or country. Hot ; buy a ,
I" kinds of Shelf Paint Florida property W. Jamison. Tltu vllle. Fla. ) c
I i etc.'ittlolt. Hardware must be reasonable. Would be Interested -;I and make cooking pleasure. aad Julia streets, Jacksonville, lrIraytng. .

In fruit growing; cannery, fishery; or 2 Darner Gasoline Stove, . . . ,*3.00 Fla., always bring good results. Their Clothe..* Cleaned and Jtepalred. ".
+ for Gas Launches . . -
| Engine, would purchase part or entire Interest 2" . .4.60 facilities) for handling Pineapples, Grape.fruit I clean, preaa. repair and dye clothe 4.1,

hip' Chandlery. In a paying 'business; general store or 2 Blue Flame . _. . . 5.00 Orange and Early Vegetable can neatly, quickly and cheaply. Call and Draylagorhauliogofallllndeprompt" : '! '
mil I 3 . . . . . .8.ZIOJAa. not be surpassed. This I I. one of the street. I ly attended to. Meets all trains. Stove '.j
or write hotel preferred. nee me on Hopkins
theWALKER J. T. FLOt"R O". PBITCHA.BD Soy, oldest and most reliable bouse In this CUAKI.E CAVIAR, wood for sale at all time. k '

HARDWARE Co.Tltusvllle Fla. 31-St Box: :531, Johnstown, Pa. TUosvillo, !1a. state. Try them Tltusrllle, Fla. n. E. HOLTEX. TItusville. e





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covered' Illustrating 110 fewer tltall Our Standard Electric
) Free and twelve elnjws! lu the life progress. or Women in HospitalsAppalling Company

Accepted. Masons.. man's four footed friend and helper.,
; evidence thus obtained how"",
The of Operations Jacksonville Florida.
Number
in the
: > that the torso bad Its beginning Ilbllllt Increases ,

-1 gO 3,000,000 years ago which Implies> of Performed Each Year-How. Women May -- -- -

t' Indian No. course that it Is a fur more ancle Avoid Them.

;> WIj aulmnl thau innn. About! the size! ot 11I Cors.susrsers !
TltUSVllFloridt
I Rlvor ''l' t 9'i ,I cut, with! teeth like\ H monkey's; tonr,

". toes on elicit forefoot nut! thret ou (l1e1l

'' I'' i Holdattsmo.ttngthensond.odronrthW Lodge. : . hind< foot, It dwelt lu tho dense (OJ'C'ltt4! Your: AtttOX1tiOX: :EJ.ec.se :
of t 11 hI!
+' *ea r I y'd t T1tu..111e,at 7 iJtt o'clock i>. m. world In that cpoohUieu the gulf ot sell Groceries at

.. A F. A.Morenn.", Wnrhlpfu1Master.. Mexico strerdipd fur up the valley >ot We you WHOLESALE

', Y John 11.W.Wiiilnr Itohurts.lunlor. Honlor Warden.riilllp Warden \114KIK'I11I(1II1U11: ( the ellmute ot :-Iol.tll Prices Write for our Price List. Qreaimoney

z4l t <). K. Duren 1'raaniirer. America) AVIIS moist nml tropical.I I
} Ij J. .rarrniliorn. "Booretary. Us MUcvesHur, came a hon..
I R; A. 1'enney.. Men lor Uimm.n.I'orry Then, its
t..' I (I. W.It.nt.lauorr L> 'acou.U with three too on each foot, followe saver.
'. I II. Wnltmi; :, Hnulor Stwwaril.M of time, !by the ouu
after u grunt lapse
wl, 4. Same" .liinlnr Steward.J.
i I; It. Wulkor. 4'liiiilnlii.. | toed horses which lu. the Ice ago wel'O:
.
y Ir : .. A. Lonluy Tyltir. contemporary with man. It is pro ," The Enterprise Grocery Co.

' 1 able that these later horses, which wel'u ,,

Ir r JNKIAN ICIVKK CIIAFTKK NO. much lllto the Ilw.lt'rll.'el'u strlpei;

ICO VAT. AHCII MASONS. but, whether this. be true or not. Itcertain IN 1 17 Bridge St.

A roll MIUMIineoti that they spread over nil p.lI.tllot Jztek-trolnville: 1'"loricB]
River I'linnier,Royal %
i Inillnn
The the 'llrnt Wennimiluy of onclllll".th..t. tho the world except Aimtrulla., In Ell-' .
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t survlvei -
-i ,1 "Jh'oVoliowVnjf'ire:' ; ::; : ; the ..1II10ra of till olmpto. to rope become, Asia the and nnceHtors Africa they of the norm! - - -

11[. M.Rum, ExnHlont High rrlBBt America they dlsai)' c& O'Hara
but In
S. r .1.R' Wai tar. 1 Kliiir.' of today, Hodges
i. 11..N. Audi-own, "Harltoo. . penned nltoKotlier. The reason why MtsyfubyMushruSh n/lrs. AliceBerryhiil ,

i !4 f. A.It. Wilmin.Morgan, 'r Rmrotarv.II. ""B.ur..r. will probably never he explnlned.:' It I I" ...Manufacturers and Dealers In...
d. ; I ((enE.I'rlWhott.Ittryel! An-li ('aitaln.. that Is likely to remain uu-
( a puzzle
,
.,it.(i1 f Mont.IrfMil coin through the hospitals In our The following letters cannot fail to
Saililorda
i n T..8.A.. *t.Alegnndur, M..tor..r Frlnalpnl' Klrat' Ho1..r..r.fl. V.. solved Herald.to the end of tlm<..-New You large cities one is surprised to find such bring hope to despairing women. Rough and CYPRESS AND YELLOW PINE LUMBER

of the patients lyingon
' : I' .J. N. Wullor Mauler of Hnnninl V. a large proportion Miss Ruby Mushrush of East Drosstd

{ J.K.1 M>. KnnU Taylor, ,Bontlnel.OltOKK Ma.torof. Third V. AN AFRICAN FOREST. and those girls who snow-white are either beds awaiting women Chicago lad, writes : Orange Box 'leads, Fruit and Vegetable Crates Mouldings, Shingle: eta

L II recovering from serious operations.Why Dear Mrs. Pinkham-; Mills and office located at Buffalo, Bluff Kla. Wiiteusfor prices delivenito

? !: OF J<;A!lTKItN STAR. Peculiar KII''. t. Produced by WindSuiillxlit or should this be the cane? Simply periods"have and been female a great trouble sufferer aunt with about Irregular three any part of the State. Address: Hodges,:: & 0'Jlara, liuffalc' \\Iluff.FlL

FrlanclHlilp Chapter No. It, bolds its ineetini and MlmJow because they have neglected them- months ago the doctor after wing theXltayon
In the Mam.nlo I.o.lire room. Titimvllta. on. tlflnc .. An explorer describes a central! Al selves. Female troubles are certainlyon me, laid I had an abcou and would have
} anti third. Tnomlnjr In each month of ate tile,,110 rica forest: "Ten miles west of th the increase among the women of to have an operation. My mother wantedme
y p. m. Tile following are the olllcers/ of real ylr this country-they creep upon them to try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable YOU WANT A.
the only piece IF
lake begins and it not
! Chapter iMm. but every one of those Compound aa a lost retort, only .
p II. Walker W, I'. and almost Ira well.
John dense virgin forest tirely
a feel
: Catherine: HIIIIM, A.ttopatfl| M. warning In that bearing-down
Nun Mini Kate Htfwnrt..''oniliictriimt.M pcnetrnblo. It consists of very: larg. ing pain at left or right of the abdomen, Mrs. Alice Berryhlll. of 313 Boyce

1''. l .I..a..o.. Baniltim, 'Annonlate I'reNnror.Mn .Con. trees of many varieties. The upper nervous exhaustion pain in the small Street,Chattanooga Tenn., writes : .Building Lot

a MleeandlnStewart.II. It. WIIHOII. Hiinrntnry. parts are festooned with a light gray of the back dizziness :flatulency displacements Dear M..... Piiikhami .. ,
Mrs F. A. Morgan, (Itllth.IIlra . Ish gl'l'elmOKS hanging In long streamers of the organs or irregular- "Three yeara ago life looked dark to me.
' ] .J. Ie.. Walker Ada' forest a tan ities.. All of these symptoms are Indications I had ulceration and inflammation of the
.. Manbu.Mm. and giving to the very
g Mm.] M. A. HorlniKeotir condition of female organs and was ill a aerioua condition.
..1. Kline, Ki tor. tasttc When these long of an unhealthy hoaltb broken down :
appearance My wax completely READY FOR OCCUPANCY
BUILDING
and If not heeded lot with a
l U.H..m..JoI""ta.. ; the femAle or a
]Mr organ.
told that if I not
storm doctor ; was
ll. agitated by u they and the me op.
are
Walton. ,, Hnntlnal.H. WAI dor.. .. streamers 1It'Ifrom oneot the penalty has to be paid by a dangerous crated< upon I would die within six months.I LAND FOR AN ORANGE GROVE,
1..Carnethero
J. make the whole forest
WIlHon. Marshal. operation. When these symptoms told'" him I would] have no operation but
v Joo.It.. M.K..bl>lijn, Chaplain. the bills. nenr, look like a rough sea manifest I themselves, do notdragalong. would try Lydia I:. Vegetable PINEAPPLE PLANTATION or TRUCK: GARDEJ
the is vertical tile to to the hospital tie tried to influence me against
Again when sun until you are obliged go Compound We have for sale just what you are seeking.
I Kent for the medicine that name day probably
It but
dark: but when and submit to an operation
NO. 111. whole forest npponrs
T1TU9VJH.K CAMP and to line it faithfully. Within five but still there l is If
the sun is low the general effect on but remember that Lydia E. Pink- days began felt relict but was not entirely cured Settlers are flockIng In room. 7001\\

yIrAI the sunny side Is curiously light. ham Vegetable Compound has "saved, until I lined It for some time looking this way drop a line to
w r O "All tho trees are bound together thousands of women from surgical "Your medicine in certainly fine. I have
r operations.When Induced several friends and neighbors to take INGRAHAM 3rd Vice-president,
with Innumerable lianas and creeping women are troubled with Ir- It and I know more than a dozen who had JAS. E. ,

plants. Between the stems Is a dense regular, suppressed or painful periods female troubles and who today are as well FLORIDA EAST COAST R'Y
tangled mass of lessee vegetation. The weakness, displacement or ulceration and strong aa I un from lining your Vegetable -
"
forest stands to a great extent in the of the organs, that bearing-down feel- Compound. ST. AUGUSTINE. FLAl

water and mud of the swamp. A lag, inflammation, backache bloatingor Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com-
flatulency), general debility indigestion pound at once removes such troubles. y
(
the
singular feature of It Is abruptness
,..
Refuse to buy other medicine for
and prostration or are any
Mont every[ llrntuncl third Monday In each! with which it begins and censes on the nervous
month at 7:30 p. 111.. ,. nlnr|>j at the. MasonlTemple beset with such symptoms as dizziness you need the best.
plain. The grassy swauip or open lassitude excitability. Irritability ner- Mrs. Pinkham, daughter-in-law of
,
.. Comnl Commander. .................A.,...PonnoAdvlmir )' country reaches. to the mighty wall ol melancholy, Lydia E. Pinkham invites all sick women .t
Llmitunant.......,".,.,....1.R,Wake, which continue in the same density vousness, sleeplessness want-to-be-left- to write her for advice Her advice ABNfUl PfOQOD $
. . trees, "all-gone" and
Hanker .. . .. .... . ...W.ll.Walke
o Knoort ... .... .... ........ tl 1..I\I..tlavlllo. from one side to the other. Thereis alone" feelings,they should remember and medicine have restored thousandsto
Clerk ... . .. .. .. ".. ... .... .J.L Carrnthnr. wood or scrub outside 'there la tried and true remedy. I health. Address Lynn Mass
Watchman .... .... . ..........J.N.Waller no smaller one who suffers ; -
Ban try.... .. ........... ... ... ...1.. J .D.Knnl'. forming a transition from the open lydia E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound Succeeds Where Others Fall. Life often seems too long to the woman
Directors.... ..".... ....,. .I'.wllmnR .. the forest I The eternal bearing-
to from
.R 1'ylnH and. H Ts'ortm.. plain -- -' painful periods.
Camp riiyHtclaii . .. .... .. .. ..,.... J!:.K.Roll.. "Inside, the silence and gloom are --- ----- --- .-- -- - down headache backache leucorrhea nervousness,
,
All visiting Woodmen. are cordially Invited to accentuated by the apparent absenceof 1- FIRST IN TIBET. wore half boots of the English; pattern ,
attend the niactlnirit and similar tortures are
animal or bird 11 fo. There are some i When the natives discovered> this! tliej dizziness, griping, cramps

herds of buffuloen that make It a bead' i Adventures of the Knilorera Moor thought that something; was surely dreadful. To make life worth living, take

i.H quarters elephants visit it occasionally croft soil Ilrur..,.. WI'Ollg.Ioorl'roft.: lu his narrativetold .

dew r monkeys and parrots are sometimesseen In the year 1812 Tibet was entered of thin Incident with evident rel--

0 nnd a harnessed anteloponow and by two explorers :Moorcroft: und Hear- I tell, ho himself having taken the precaution -

imG r9, o rr I t then appears nt the edge, but the general eel, the tlrst Knitlitihmeu; to penetrate of having: turned up toes added] 1Vine.oJ@rdUWoman's

., IN Tilt ,,rl. I{C il1tIf Impression left Is one ot lifelessPrinting the forbidden land. HeMrxey describesone to his! own NiioeN.FEMININE.

DY (aTE j ItCBS." of their experiences nt IJabu: "Aft
)) ''er breakfast this day (July 4)) Umar HEROISM.
{) / Chltn- Newnpnperi.In .
Singh sent word to us to come and pay ReliefIt
If In CIII niltlly
HU oidlnary newnptiper
our respects to the xvazlr's:: son hi a Women llntu often KouKllt In UefetBNV -
have at least 4.0OO different char
council assembled with the lama and of Tlielr Native Town.

acters lu typo The. type Is arrangedIn the son of the debn. We proceeded During/ the oppression of the Netherlands quickly relieves inflammation, purifies and enriches -

boxes and placed In a semicircle about 0 o'clock attended by the pundit by the Spaniards the lxtl'enthcentury the blood strengthens the constitution and
from tho floor to as high as an ordinary ,
and three or four other servants carrying It was uo uncommon event for which
individual. can rcucli. The men are ou permanently cures all diseased conditions from
the presents for these people women to light in defense of their native
\ their feet all the time, for every few The presents consisted of three yard town When in 1372; Don Frederic weak women suffer.It .
minutes have to go to the
they
may of superfine\ scarlet broadcloth solve at the bead of a large army besieged is matchless marvelous reliable.At .
entire length of the 1'0011t() find a ,
sugar amid spice all arranged on a Haarlem, among tbe garrison that defended -
character In some other circle and< the all druggists' in $1.00 bottles.
1 braise' plate. We first entered n gate, the town were :300( women.Their .
typos are continually running around over against which was fastened avery thief was u widow of distinguished -
each other. It made one tlilnlc of a "
large and handsome dog, some family about forty-seven yearsof WRITE US A SUFFERED: GREATLY,
\ match. Though they keep
walking made still thereIs thing of the Newfoundland breed. We age who at the head of her amazons freely and frankly, In Mrs. L. E. Clevenger, of Belle-
characters I
AN EQUINE MYSTERY. 4.0OO up then had, to stoop to enter another door participated lu many of the most dente telling us all your N. C., "at my monthly periods
demand for some -
n continual 8L.ecllIl filthy enough .stench abominable. We fiercely contested actions of the siege. troubles. We will send free Tenn."I life, but the first bottle of Car

XVltat Iternme of the Ancient llornei one from the workmen, and this then proceeded up a few steps of earth Seven years latcV, at the siege of plain sealed envelope). ma wonderful relief and now
order Is given to some men who take I have been
This Conlliivnt. dies' Advisory Dept.,The better health than
of
and stones, nil broken. We turned to Milestrlcht. the women were of great
Though vastly, more is known of the a i>laulc\ and with u few digs of a sharp the right and entered a small auto.chamber assistance In making mines enrolling Medicine Co., Chattanooga, time."
character.
steel out the desired
ancient history of the horse, than of our turn to the right of which was themselves.. Into companies under the
of tile
Tim proprietors of one papers
I own origin and descent there Is out the women's room. direction of officers: or "mine mistresses -
stated that few of his typesetterscould
mystery connected with equineaunal<. read very that. they simply set thematter "A greasy, filthy purdnh was then ," as they were called. The service .

c that bttls fair never to be solved. II < ; of lifted up, 8111'e entered the parlor. they rendered was inestimable.
Idea
has to do with the causo of the total what the from matter copy wan without about.any The bestpIIIE'r. Here wo found n clean mlrznl: or poor At the.repulse of the Spaniards.from We\ Never Disappoint Our Patients.

disappearance of the quadruped\ from ) .. will not take an advertisementby woolen carpet, spread for us In the the walls of Alkniunr women und even

America n few thousand yxu-s alto(, center of the room. In front was a children showed a like courage assisting -
the Inch or Hue, but at so much per We Fulfill Every Promise and !fever Hold Out False Hopes. .
where previously It hail roamed In character nu Insertion and .want themoney vacant scat opposite to which our their husbands and fathers in the Wltbuut the knife or buuKla and vartouvele' *;'Ib::

counties numhors not only I over' the lu advance. They will not, ns a presents were placed.., On the right sat desperate defense. History, Indeed tIE CURFIItrloure.. detention from bulnr.*| lonta 'loo. Hlooil 0' fa**1 nI

Whole of the United States, but all the rule give any position, but place each the 1:11111on n cushion; before him was gives many examples of such heroism, cured never,...to.w... .lIl'a. without V'am fualtlVKly mercury or cared mineral) no ofmnln m>ztnrt. >t hut I n.a P'u"VjTli .. .. !!.

way from Patagonia to A1als.a.Yb..n \ It come In to them placed a kind of ten pay (three legged among/ which may be mentioned thebrute .. .llr. King Moitlrnl. Co II .n 1".t1tullnn onrnnl' ' advertisement as ... .. std .
. ..... nt
'
> of OJoor< fur till ireum (
\ Columbus landed he found no In regular rotation after the rending tnMe), ou which were .two wooden varnlMhed conduct of tile women at the defense 'li':3r nerToiMandohronlod:...,.. Dr. N. k. "11'1'. tli f"endet"pOdt' .

horses. The earliest Spanish' conquerors mutter, so gradually you are moved : plates painted and gilt There of Sarragossu in 1808, when they 1 .r.7 \ tniilnitltullon.. I.'b.Cblut. .em"Ittne.ptall.. bring ...
by tftdT of oilnnt phruli luimnod wurgowli .
.
when they fame saw none. In fact, from one place to another as new advertisements was also n fire pnn. The old $Cl'ntll'lUBnIIppt'ILrt'll took the place of their slnlu husbands -.. Ourineeeii In tee trrtum-ntuf. thronlo IWmuaura ...... 1.1101111

the Indians regarded' with uffrlKht the appear.narmpKi. about seventy years old had or brothers at the cannon side.-lllack- I4, ." 80d I w.sq...bola medlooland. ..lun.I.al.q allbe IflOl..lo nnl.t'd"a I.rtcol....
"
horses which the Spaniards= brought a shrewd countenance said very little wbod's Magazine. lei xr.i? iolei pis/v..d iln- n ra rt I. tart. ..'' ...."
to.h.m..II..1 profewl on" :
.onrr..noe knows
Not only had they never beheld ouch Ulrln. und eyed us'all the time. lie was ID every reopen sad we .mpiuy none 'but :ItO l'''

brutes, but their traditions gave' no no- In every Itnnneso 'household the dressed In -a coarse woolen red gar- 1 BEGGARS IN ITALY .tmlnml.lliMnxd and pbMletitna nnnlrnt. .borne.In..char.ri'nuliirlqaallflod.... ( .. oM

count of anything In the least resembling laughter bus her appointed work. lu uncut, tile manufacture ot the country W. employ no mUlmdlna m,.... to score p.tlr... ,!.iiEalrnou ,

i them. All of the horses lu A oer- ill !but tho richer merchants' houses greasy and dirty In the extreme. This Their Game II..... to Il. n Pretty -''Ih\ii,. +\ ..;,,," *....no O..O.Our I),'.t.or.rma unanked for", tre.tment-.versve for Ilieratoraar( Jf11:: .*."II".-

Icu today have been bred from Kuvopcnn the daughter's duty Is to bring the was the blslion of this see llnr.l One to fleet a ".. 10110.UO par month' .....of a our wmthln..p.ome.d tine.NY ..
!stock.! ivator from the well evening and m orn- "lIe had another priest sitting to his It Is hard to beat the beggar game In BEST RtfrRENCI: : CHRONIC DISEASES we.OOe"'t',I":r.-.o u ad:r-d

What became of the am-icnt American ug. It is the gossiping place ot the right more Mack more filthy and more Italy. A fleet footed urchin and his "'" H f)N f" a Kidney and madder nanny ours.roubl... Hb "

horses Whose bonos lire dug; up In rIIluge, this well, and ns the sun set ugly than hlniMclf. Opposite to me sat maiden foil! Into a fox:' trot by the side f\\PLII1InIl LLIJ DrllUiJe"r" "d'.le. Drain.. L....... .....t"t"rrh.\ .nd "il P"t of ,110UNTILCUllfD.

great quantities in various' parts of. here come running down all tbe girls the eon of the deba, a dark, but sensible at the carriage. Nna..,..Taroat, Tumors, Head cud and maU..anl I.nnm. mubili.Dla.ai of Era "" "I"'*.
'
the United States, especially In central ot the vm'l' e. As they fill their Jars "Look noble geutlemau," he began; N. K. KING M. D. Chronic )U...,a of Woman, auou .. IJI' pl' "
though rather looking ..
heavy wom
of
person C ,. c a Uenetur.i IliaoharuM, and oh w.ks.s.a 'i.,. nt
of thee the curb end talk and beautiful lady! See the little ru- utn.4 r- i oaa : : (In "*1')
Oregon and along the banks hey loan oyer lI"l'<-about twenty-nine or thirty. "look wlajf regardlnu yoor condition If yon ar 0 alrk I or aftllol d
Js'lobrura river lu Nebraska. To what It Is bore that ore told the latest ne.a.tbe He had lu his hand at glul1-the poor girl-have pity ou her! writ- D'I yua cur lit,.ratur..Includingirmplain blank"' for home treairoauA.NU _*- _
paper our en *-Ce'N.L'LTATION IXAMI"IATION!: AUVIC1:3'rKF-1C!:
y cause did they owe their extinction latest flirtation: the latest marriage.ho . If In the of See, noble slguor-you cannot refuseto GA'
as act lIe
trance writing. Atlsytat
DR. KING MEDICAL =+ :ooie.; ; eau"
Nobody ciiu e1'1orr..1' n plausible : little scandal I of the place. Very was seated ou a leather cushion stuffed give her something-your heart l.s ? ritt. b\r. .,
-
+i guess. They were too uuuierou and few men come. Water carrying. Is with wool over which was u carpet; too: good-you are too generous too nolle -

m too swift to be exterminated by 'IV- lot their duty nnd there Are proper : before him was a sort of small table too handsome to refuse. Have pityn
ilmes and places for flirtation so tho her dreadful state for look-she has
ago hunters. The tilnclul epoch could ''on which were two of the wooden Has Stood The Test 25Grove's Years]
hardly have frozen them out. for the jlrls; have the well almost to therniclvei. plates before mentioned, n china ne gray eye and one black one!

great Ice sheet extended only as fur I cup We stopped the carriage. It was true.
inkstand wooden
an a and a kutfe.
pen <
south ns rbllatlolphla and St. Louis. Almost every girl xvlll weave. In The maiden had Indeed particoloredye
To his
Nevertheless they vanished utterly, !very house th're111 be a 10001.wbt'l'C' right lay a longsliver. pipe. He In addition, to which she rejoicedu
was dressed In a roil blue and
leaving behind them however u wonderfully the girls weave their dresses "green a most iippulllng squint. I gave her
woolen
1..11.Itrll'"
complete record of their family md those ot their parents! and many gown. one copper. Hereupon her escort set

history In the Had Lundi of HIM Iris will have stalls In the bnzanr. Very minplclons were the old! priest Ul) a howl at beIng Ignored. :

west!! ,, in tho Nlobrarn rocks and olio.Where 1 timer duties lire the husking of the and his fellows. though a letter from anelghborhmg "But why should you have anything' Tasteless Chill Tonic

their nkeletous scattered through rice and tho making of cheroots.. Of neat of government fOX1.11111..1 I; asked. I

;t.. .tra representing succesalve epochs I rourse In the richer households' them \ to them that Mooreroft IIDdIt"lu..y "You ought to give rue two coppers," ,

r, tell the story' of the development of the ,vlll be servants to do nil this but evenn really were harmless pilgrims :le replied with a twinkle "for I have '; No- are-No-Pay. 5O cents.

horse from uu animal no bigger than them the daughter will frequentlyreave mid not the dreaded Flringla and re- wo blacks eye's and she has only one."

a cut to u creature much like the modrn either tor herself or for her nueiited that they might be permitted I was vanquished. I gave: him his i j

l; "" equluo quadruped. It H an object (>n rent... Almost every girl will do to proceed. On the next day however, two coppers. I don't believe In bog- OLEYSRO 1i YAImi' R FomnKlDNEY

bfison. evolutlou, singularly complete lotnetlilnir, If It be only to pas the matters were again somewhat oomph[ &ran, but I think he earned them.-"A Rlgs/
the tONsil remains thus far dls- Ime. rated by the discovery that. Ilearsey LevaDtlne Log Book. by Jerome Hart. ,., cAUdr.eg safe. ....... .V. .",.,_ Makes Kldaay.art gladder I


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COAST ADVOCATE. TITUSVILLE FLA. APRIL 13 4906.Cards. ) 3

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I)N"oIutloii of Partnership. How's ThlsVVe "
TITUSVILLE FLORIDA I i Mason M. Clark Co.
.
\ ul!'''. One IIntidied polhus n"u'.1 ..
NOTICE TO ALL WHOM IT III A'OXCltRS: for Htiy case of catarrh, Hint uuuuot. I bit

S0. M. ROBBING, Notice O I I" hereby given that the cared by Hall's Catarrh Cure

exlBtiiiK lt\"iH.u N. L.Jr1T1rln .and. I rartlle..hlp. A Favorite Spot In a Favored .'. J. CHKSKV it Co Toledo, O. Commission Merchants ItiKUI2P
,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR und known m Routine"' S Jelliirila''bun tills cll1)1 \\'e the! untiviBiKued' ", have known .K. .J. ,
bean mutually ilimmlved.( Secton The Famous East
I
: : -
I AT-LAW. vJ IIle' 'hll.h'' <' .. on he ... on Cheney I'"r the luxt 15 yeuis, and t>"Ii"vt!!
t.y 14. I"J.ff rdererAll. dubM wing by said ....II. Coast of Florida.ONTHEBEAUTIFUUNDIAN. him pt-ifeolly honorable lit all busluetrnumioilouii "" I II 110 MUURAY biUKEr:: ; !: NEW/ ; YORK

In State and United Statea cern will' he "tloit 'by H- L. Jetfurde.1)ntad : I Slid tiuanclnlly nblu to 0111 I'
J practice this lit lay of March A, 1). 10011.( I
ICourt. out any obllitatloii made by hi* llrni.
( H. C. ROOMR, RIVE WAMUNH, KINNAN it MARVIN,
.
HAML L.JI1II..0kU8.: ,
Office at TITUSVK.I.H!, FLA. I Wboleonle Druggists! Toledo, I O. Pineapples Tomatoes Potatoes

Hall' Catarrh Curelslekenlnlermllli' .
GAULDEN, Master Sule.UJSPKR Just the Place to Fit-out for a Cruise acting directly upon the blood Rli.1: .

L Down Far-famed River. mucous KIIIfares the nyHtem. '1\.lItI-)
this menials. sent free. Trice 75 cents per HKAXS: ANt:- AM FLORIDA VEOKTAHI.KS OUR SPECIALTY.

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, : AM BY VIKTl'K OF A IlKfRI: Floe Fishing and HuntingThe blithe. Sold] |by all DiiiKRlsts.;

In all the Court. of the Stliirlila .. .. <>lonnra and mile' entered In the t'I.-. town of TlUisvllle la situated on I IIIIlIlI's family, I'llls for coii.tlitlon. > -
practice unit : ,
\ JJnnrt In and fur Mrevard County 'h. I
,and the United States Courts.TITU8VILLK. rlda, lii < hHiu-erv, In a imime therein peniln the Florida linat Coast Railway. 154 .
FLA. herein I'avl.li. h.l ;enon oi.inpUmanr, ..n.l P. Raihlxxiaxi: : <& Co.
'J lIos.I35.: Wm. H.!; """n'O.' et al, ilulutnlniitK, I will Hat ..11 miles south of Jacksonville 145 miles .
STILLNESS.
mil..lio auction hetore the Court: HOMO dmat'I'Ruevllle north of Palm Beach and 212 mile' STRENUOUS

WEBB, 7th day of Hrevard. lmel." County lorlila, on th.. north of Miami. The Tltuavllls branc Washington! ( ht. I t NEW YOKK..l .
j. May during the lepil; honm, ur Pnnlnic For >1rl.nonlrr Wile n Trjrlnllilrtla .
the Bale rolluwhliC for caxli' to.I..crlh..llallil.I the hlirli.Ht nil. Iylllg pant In Milder. 1Irevard. all of the defunct Jacksonville Tampa & _\ Krut. Murray .struct.. { N. Y.
--- -- ---- -
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW County -Iorl..r... wit: Key West Railroad now controlled by Perfect Mllliifxri In suiuothliiit tUrKcnnely \

1,11, practice in the Courts of the 71Jult All of the iniitliMeiit' quarter of the snutlieiinarter .. the Florida East: Const Railway Cc.. wwnis camimtllilo with phys, '
of section M, ., I
for non-real dents MunMiip' 24 wmth, range "'
Taxes; paid u....except; Hie mintli halfufthueunrhhnlP i(If also runs Into the towu-this being tl. U-iil BlrtMiuoHlty. Nevortlielps* i"onlntor : OrangesPineapples t
I rents! nnd I accounts collected. the north hall of the Knl.l Rmuhweiit quarter' ..r bucomo lu tin tuahtt'iuiure ,
the HontheaHt quarter| of said. nwtlnii a, 10wlI' terminal point of that brauch 'rhere) nn iirtlst may; ,
lisviMBi: FLORIDA Kuhn U4 aunt h, range M east, oa..llr".I..r. land to are several trains arriving dally' from for loiii porloiln of 1.IHlllult

Lieao.drontalnmg3.5Inure.! more nr I less, or ,.u attitude, one of tile most trj'lug of all. and Flo-Ida Fruits Our Specialty.We .
tbe ,
much thereof iw will be nc-e...ary to ."I..ry. Jacksonville and Sanford during .
PENNEY, said dorruu and. co.t.. letlc feats. When MelKfumlor. the ti '
D.
F. J. WRIIII, , season moil French nl'lllItVII" pnlntlnt ouo represent several of the largest shippers| i In your IStJ\to. and wham to represent :
"S-8 S'eclataliaterInVhancery.| As the county seat of Drevard cent
battle soi'iien lie hired sevorul olnoMlors
of lilt
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, has court-house and motlern Ulve tilal lil > 'ut Established Si) '
--- -- -- - -- ty, It a a for 11I..1..114-.I'uIII'II.. tout!h younlso. UN u | ni( jroars.

II-SVILI.K. FLORIDA 11tt'r'l4! Sale Jail: \ building with rarely over two or vetprnua, whose etperU-uve mill I'1Ill1r. .

II I practice In all the courts of the 7tb ( three Inmates. The population U: eve uuoe would he thought) bo useful 1 1ciiiibllug III H"U";;

Circuit. 1000. Illness 1 Is so rare toot one door them IMUU to iiiulei-Ktand the : THIS tJ IN MIND
Judicial .
AND RVIItTI.t: OK A DKCRl:
UNDER( ,' ".. .. .and sale, entered the c'lr. ; In town finds ample time to act os positloni" ve
cult Court toy Itipvanl roniitv. in Clmnry Justice of the Pence and Notary Put They illil HO, huletil. ni WI'I118 auk r .
E. ANDREWS, lu a o UMO therein ilitpundliiK" ; whureCliiin.
TIES u. I' icier ,legal I ri'pmiiiintiuKe lor lI"rrv lie. besides attending to his medic: Olin ooulil, but It was nit everyday ill.

F'Ioher. .iliicuiuiud UK 'l'11I.Le"I.II..Il1I.I"llIallt..llil \ time model faint. and more thin' HEYSER'
A TTORNEY. .AAV, Julia A. folcinaii, and the Inillitn River IH"IO practice, while the other finds togo fair fur a to

ilHlik, aiiorioratloiiar. | ilufundants, i will mt .11 bunting. Once to colliijiMO" with exhaustion amrequire ,

of Lucie ,pnlillo anialoii nt the Court lloiixe dour I" Hcrvli'eH of n pliyslclnu.'K ..
St County. the
Ennntv, Judge TitiiKvlllu on the 7th day of May, A. D. Ian '. Here U virtually the head of the Indian ..
.during.. 'hours fr..nt1 I I a. in. .and 2 o'clock, 1 I"Ill. River and the favorite point tor '(' illliH'uIt were tlio J>OSP'
FonT PIERCE, FLA.TKPIIIsN ., for cash, to the hlichwtand dent bidder th.. reprcaOUDlltre of fiirnlryuipu slnlu owounded BALTIMORE IVSD.
1..II..wln.h..rlh.,1 land, inadn nuceaiiaryrealUe t.. fitting out and starting of nuiuerou i .
the hum of (auIIU.aK and count of eatl winter and falling from their saildloH.
cruising parties during our balmy COMMISSION FRUIT & PRODUCERELIABLE
suit, to-wit: .
luwnloim arrange-
FOSTER l'eto au
: :: E. I" Lot 4, Hortlnn 28. Township !21 South Rant months; as everything necessary t lo | C
:Vi Kant.:: i'oiiimencliiK at the northeaxt rorn. tneiit of Rtn\p]'* mud all ugs hung* from PROMPT UNSURPASSED FACILITIES. '..
A TTOHNEY.A T-LA\VjyalUpchurch of ."IIII..t; ninuhitf: south, with Inillan Itlv. comfortably equip a pleasure yac..t.:: the celling\ of the titudlo to afford nudRupixtrt .
.
one bnnclred and ttm yards; thence In a Rout' can, here be obtained at the most rei. HEYSER PRATT ST. WHARF BALTO., MD. .
WM. ,
le tliesu ,
HuiMiiiK JaIACK9ONVIL.I.K > westerly dlrui-tloii 2111 yardu : thunoe souili 7" '"4VII. poHnll> poxereiiialnod ,
yardstheooe; In a noiith I we terly dimutt 1 I I sonable prices This U evidenced by>; lard that ono old soldier I
; : :: : \::Ir.r. HO -
FLA. the wentlhmmeaanringonthat. line'mi: +) >. '
,,
:, the fact that the same parties hay when the I'lctm'eWit -' .-- - .
from the northwest corner; thence north to the declurod fervently --- --

northweHt corner thence north to the nort:::: been coming hero: annually for many; llnlslicd. : Es'rAal.siIED( IH70
acct corner of until I 1 1 lot on Indian River, oontui '
GENERAL DIRECTORY.U.S. log 2J acres more or I lets.FR6Lb.IUCK. winters for that purpose, In preferenc, "M.: Melisonler, I have been six time

A. MORGAN, to any other point along the EusCoast. wouudM timid once nearly frozen on tin : :
1'1..1"1' Mimter.A .
SENATORS D. Vaniiey, Attorney for riuintitr. 83Itaveter's fleld, and cure they were going to bury; M. Lane & Son 3 1

.JaekeunvllleMallory..... To the southeast of Tltusvllle Is t:1e: me, but It wilt nil nothing to this. i;
NothliiK; It U not hard to<
Nothing!
Sale.UNDER wide sweep of salt water bay (abou

[, k Clark U..8. CONORKS3MEN. Lake City. six miles in width), formed by the wt_ full out of the middle. really. A bulk) 250 WAS1IU'G'1'ON HTKKK: NEW YORK .. ..1$
Boareely knows
tly one
I a Hiinrkniitil' .TuniuiII.Lainar ters of the famous Indian River Her, helps. one HO Dell
. Monticule: : AND: BY VIRTI'B OF A 1 IFx': TIE( when one tonelien. the !ground. Hut
"" .. ,and suit ....ooro.111I I the rim r- fishing, wild duck shooting sail IDg Southern Fruit and Produce
U. S. LANO OFFICE. mitt Court: for lirovard. county, In I hat,- in the then you see, one Is 1 allowed. to fall al :
be to
indulged
(mitt) ..Registeri. nary In the mime therein' deneniilnK' wheruirluiH. l ) and rowing can the WilY; olio Is uot halted lu midair ,
,i.; Rohlmon' .... . .. . . .. ...Isuulver| D. Wisher, legal rfin-Hvntativa|: .: fur lUri: heart's content of the most fastidious j n great picture,
"You are imliitliiK

Olllues at Qamegvllle. DEPARTMENT.l Florida.. :;: 11'j\1'1[\ "1*'needsin'rrnateeisthecnnnldauan Colem: tn amt :ewli A: Lolinna I "' "\ sportsman monsieur! nnd 1. I 11111 proud to \be lu It,, or.c.rxl.1so1oc.: : : :: : :tMIorch.o.c.: : :: to. ...t'' ;
EXECUTIVE tier are the defendant, I will sell at l"'hUO .
son dl
bench In
nearly a
the tb""I'with
On ocean ,
l II. Hrnwanl.. ...Oi ever. nor. tui-tlon at the Court llon.e do>r In Titnavilli but If you could have I put me
lay> Crawford ..... .....Sucretary of State in the its day: of May .. J). ilea{, Hiring. tllimits : rect line east of Tltusvllle is Canaveral a pistol Instead of n palm/ baled PINEAPPLES OUR SPECIALTY. r.1Ntenolls !'" ;.
: : ,: 11 't. j o'clock , tllitgheHt FLORIDA :
\'. .Kmitt, . .TroamiraiII. from I I a. in. p in to Club surrounded by over 10,300acreS I should have preferred It." ,
.
hills.AttorneylienBralwC. and bent blUoer for (* ii li, the tullowlniluauilberi .;
Lad. or so iiinoh thereof as to reel. oC land. This property Is owne I It wiin long a current tale that tin 'I f \
:: i.I'roan..Comptroller, ..: ; ;; ; ;: I : the sum of fJ.ltlll.Il: tint lielng the aiiuininamed another by MelaHonlt Curds and nut quotations furnished on appllontlon. ... .
M(. llollowar.Supt. filbllo Inatrnntlon in mild. decree, togetiier with costs of by some of the most prominent and I model for painting __ '. ;
-Oeneraln . aid suit, t'l-wlt' >r entitled "The Drawl" actually I
liir.inl It. Fcateq..Adjutant wealthy residents of Boston who come* ,, k
. half ,.r nf the NK'nf t
.8urveyurojen..r..l.Ill. All of the north the NK'i .
.
F,llraJfurcl. . ... .. ..... .State (i'hetiiUI Sertloti 81, except In a parcel ufI "acres lit south to hunt every winter. died, UK the result of long posing, tii nnatrllIl1',1 .A.1"'UN"E: : :I3 <>T3EFtS: (";,, 7. .:'
"I tins' ... .. .... ....State. Examiner. the SEuornvrtherect.: AItotlln smith half c.f The cool refreshing h ealth-glvln g, unnaturally position for ol\e :E:: :: 0" : "
:' : of the NW ( of said Section ;:12 "
all I of the NEq \
unices at Tallahassee, Florida. of the two Intprtwlned, and struggling 1'IIONK 318. KHTAIII.IMIIKI; ; > 1HMHWINKS -
whlrh remain after excepting that parcel ilu .f ozone-laden breezes wafted across frog Ia;
FLORIDA. LKIHSI.ATUUE.M acres heretofore conveyed to Thorna. .,. I coiiilmtants In the picture.\ 1VIhISIIIS, 1INH ANT ItlCANDI. J

M, Miami.. ... . Senator made by need recorded In llinik "A" of I.revnrtl the Atlantic Ocean and the broad bay, ThlH wnu not trun. Indeed. he \lived ____ J
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Oliimuiail, Fort Pierce . .Re|>rt..untative. (',,""ty KecordH page41' : : &. Alnoall. that cerniipanel are one of the most enjoyable feature:) I ,Y''
of NWif > and. of bitachievement Leaps Boor. I'
of 4 sores In the North part tho: to hoist much volubly Express Prepaid.
aiTRBMU: COURT JUDGES the NW'X nrHovtumat' being I the cone' ]heron 1 1lr of this phenomenal location. bit 1'or TIn.. I
I ami it nerved lilm as . . . .. .. .. . . ,... .... '.
.. ... .. . .ChiefTnetlce. (: 4 acres neHerlhed In .a certain deed Bled hen Full QllartlllNYeare.ljWeyu191yta. I KnlstsIT Iliu'r, .. *19A I
H. Maliry .. .. .AveociateJueuoe. with trout' J. N. Feaster .an i J.inette 1C.!: Veaxtcmil There is a large area of prlmeva clilef profOHfllonnl. reeomniendatlon! nfti .. IMI Kitru I'nle, ,. .. .... . . ,. .. . . . . 1111 j '
. nil T '
Carter>' . .. ,. ....... l Martha A. Feaster and John C. C. F..r.her forest and prairie land beyond the< I 1I.IIIIIo.ICJllhltyn.. I ... , 'U III1' '7 IMI HianclanlMall . .. .. . . . .. .. . ... . :.. ... 1110 0:
Taylor t'r\\11 rd.Rulllni!, else. ( ounty (ly. . :lINt l 191 "
husband to dulls, A. Coleman, nil of saliiarruli .. . extra .*irk. ... . .. . .. .. . .... 1 IUa
. Ml S 'IHIM '
RAILROAD ,COMMISSIONERS, of lund hereinbefore being. i In 'I'p. i4outh .II northern, southern and western boon. I ; tip hi* sleeve and illHplnylnc lonofcrain*' Hyv ... ... .. ....11:111 7A 4 n Ml II/ IMI, ('nhll tJ"r, iniiinrteil " . .. .. .. ... ..... IHa > r
or lanne's 44" Kye .. ... .. .. .. .. ... .. ....... :!IIJltAltWItI.ke )
IIUHS 'I
number Ale iilnts
.. West:. Range 3A Kaxt, the aggregate advent he .. ..
'enon'' II. Browne, chairman Key dance of Titiiavllle, awaiting the an urm heavily corded, with muscle) octal I irons . .4 /Ml II IMI n 'IHIH .
leni humans . .. .. .. .. . .. .. us
Kuilnnn ..,Little: River acres being J7 inured more fir ionJA" I .. .. . . .. 71 A (HI U tilrf Htullt.I.lnl"
''I I, Bryan,. ..KI..lininH", .. 1 _H HBUHiKK'K A. of the thrifty settler to till tot would say to prospective employer: 'eaith' ItraiHlv 711 Dal YMI
,a'.Juu.[ .ManlHon' 1 Hperltl,. Manter.. fertile soil which now abounds [Ii "Monsieur, behold! In not that au jiple :: :::: ..' : : ::: ::: : : ',3, 70 Amt: : YM:I Dulk Goods. Jugs Free-Not .
ulinartert: | .and ollloes atTallahaHHee. Fla. A. D. 1'nnncy, Attorney for I'lalntilf, A I the lollanil Gmy.. . .. .. .. . . :f M1 :I A 1 :W Prepaid. ,
game Here can be found quail, turkey arm ? .Abu/ Truly 1 You are uot lIe".vaIII......s. in /his o mi Wl.no per (|H!.-llyn, riln, tirade
CIRCUIT COURT. Jeer hunting to suit the:: most It rut to admire It. And. a leg to match\ Inrtli C Carolina ( orn.:1: IIA\ 4 IHI'1 7 IMIa ..|. 'nor S.Jnno,Tintev111e.Circuit range,. and .. loiintjttit ( orn . . .. . .., TI ft tM'I' \ /mi, ./.lIly
.Jane. IrlaiKlo. .. Pn>.enutnir! AtuirnejrSirlnit FINE PROPERTY FOR SALE ardent bllIotsman.Tltu&vllfe I monsieur, ; n leg that I 114 veritably u- auialra a Hum ..A: Wl 4 W: 7:1 ....11" |i.... 'Oal.-lIye. (lln, Corn, Rum. llesl '
| Term-Fourth Monday. Marob.' perm Hut I do not prnlMo them, I. \Itinroril' Hum ,. . .. . , .1 711I/ ,IHI. U ("Mltl fur iliu inuney.,, r,
Fall term-Fourth Monday. in October.HIIEVARD has shelled street electric : need. These arms and imps" Randy. .. . .... .... .. 7lt II CHI U ftO *::1.|.IMI' per O..I.-"44" Itye., resell' and Apple i
reliable bank, several fin( TlienIM( ni> (['Inirof kmitnuky 1I."rh"l.3711 ft IHI \u /AHl llranily., Melloweil) l>y Ave. qt .
COUNTY COURT.D.Penney. lights, a thi'Me h'!:" have been Imuiortallzeil. IlIrtloh..rryur Augellc-a. ... . ..:! M a 75 T (Ml .1.11' p.r . .... ....C..lllllyJlldlfe.. IN BREVARD ST. LUCIE AND Board of Trade five .
... .. brick stores, a soriiueiit. alluweil l nn all goats of nanm price.: Iyv. MuUiulnaUjnality.) t
L.L'aulden.Procevuting Attorney tanning They !belong to art; they are consecrated __ __ .... __ __ __ __ ___ _ ')I
t.Slewart.... ... .County Clerk: JJJ DADE COUNTIES. white churches, large fisheries a to art-at any sacrifice of per '
Bering' Term-Snonnd Monday. In May extract and palmetto (fibre factory,, Hoiial cOIlVC'lIleucp.o.Iollaleur: It warn I 1'fS.I: $ .'H West. AdaniM Ht. .JU.lclloJl"llIe 1"1o /.. .
Bummer Term-Bnnnnd Monday In Aiiiust.: LAS FOR SALE St. I.ucle and Diulcounties. \
Full'fnrm-8eomttI1lfon.l..y In Novmnlwr.intor . land Wes an ice factory, law and real estate of -I-v lli> poned to M. MelUHOHler, for ,
]eHcrlptlon. of : '
1 Turin-Heooud! Monday In Felirnarj.COUNTY . fry of northeiiat U and wo..t". )j of south. Bees, an opera house a well-organlzet The llrnwl!' "Youth's. I'oinpnnlon. SZ: .A. S IBX-TT :3JL: <5cSIT. O O . .

SCHOOL BOARD. flR.t l!, sec. 1(1, township. 33, range 31)!). band, an armory, shooting club a largiioj JACKSONVILLE '. FLA. 1 1I 1UL1I
,
K. Walker Superintendent.Tituaville.reianM stew. RarSi., ;
Ml 20-100: ) acres. St. Lticie county comfortable hotel' overlooking the HUM Stood the Tent irr Y. iirN. I
R. K. Mime" ,
B. Arnold, M..I..h"rj; \ of northwest 3d and west J Ii, number of hoarding
llonaventure; J. A. Carter:. ,lrurnbull.COUNTY Vesty! bay, besides a
of southwest /i. sec. 3.), township 3 h::.! louses !In various parts of the town. The old original$ OIlOV ;'" TuntwIonHJhlll
COMMISSIONERS.: range 3D, Kill) acres. Ht. I Lucia county. Too 10. You know what. yuu"are '

'iknr.t. A. ronklinir Tennviile! chairman; John R Trllinan Shot Indlanolai: Wm. R.. ; Xortlieast !4 of sontheiiHt. '.(, Aeo. 3. The facts as presented should! havea akin?. It Is Iron and ijutnlnnlii iv HiKte- Q TSr 1 i Ii I "

*. Wooten Coonaj. T. J. Cookuhuit: La- township :'IS south range 41 eiint; tendency to direct the attention ol leas form. No cute nn pay l 0nr.) ut the ,

*1W.Millar( clone to O. K Wood's pineapple plantation many prospective visitors to our cosj led CroHM Pharmacy, Tltu vlllr, Fla. EXPRESS! fOR 2

'''Dttl. neimloim. are hold tint Monday In each on tit Lucie river;ito acres, town. In making their plans for the:: PREPAID 2( r


DL.I'.nney.IIItEVARD Tltnuvllle COUNTY;. ....OFFICERS.. .County Judge, Dude Also county., the northeast tf( of northenst winter.We have a fine Masonic Hall Izritusvllle VICTORY FROM DEFEAT .

TltiMTlllet;. .Pron Att'y, sec. 18, township 3M south, rangi
ft.. Stewart Tltunvllle .. ...County Clerk,. 41 east; on south folk of bt Luck where Indian River Lodge ory"bl.; Inntnucr In the \V'.. r
)! ,, A...e.m>r,. ..
MrMllinn r u Gallie.'yax Record at U at Hrllaln.
river; 40 acres, Dade county. No. 90, F. & A. M., Indian River Chapter
,w- II II.'flt".vllle ...... ... ..Tax. clolleotor '
Q".ury.,! Tlttiitvllle! ...... .. ..... Treannrer Apply to W. A. BALI., Stuart, Fin. : Royal Arch Masons Friendship! Only on ADO twcu'lon luis u British 6 QT
I t. ritiKvlllu.. ,...8uperlntenilent aniouiitlnit to surrender LISTS, ,
Star force .uIer( il ttratn
of Eastern
>. rl..., TltiiHviiie,. . ...County: aumMW, Chapter No. 11, Order ) r t I wt
P..Hmwn': TltiiKTllle. .... Sli-rllf' H'IJ: ) a Y PILLS.have and Tltusvllle Camp No. 141 Wood. lieltro the I'orEinencenieiit of an $ oil $4so 4 tY
Ii.:.Norwood., TltnsvUle.. Registration linlcerTITUSVILLK WILLiAM4 action, but thin !Is vlmt the Illacki'rliico f '
of the World meet regularly.
TOWN COUNCIL. you neglected your KldneYI'lIIave men felt himself! obllgeil to do by the .

"i I[ :. Wllnon mayor; J. N. Wailer inanihal you overworked your nervous sy.... The East Coast Advocate is pub'lahed )verwbeliulntf forces of tho /"roncn before -

'> :xcolli>ntori' ; J. 1>. Ennln, clerk and trewJi'iiihn every Friday morning, and by & \ certain
Ho
of I'oltler
: : the Imttlo
Stewart
llunrv tax aHne or; O. A. columns Z. G ,
S. LC"Hh. K.::I.. Brady. D. B. rritohunl and,1'raiininic and bladder i'l glance; through Its advertising 1 .:lid he consider. defeat to be that. he 14IITPr+ w,
a. .alderman. The council meowt the halos, side ,Id.CICltrolnll the (.
who
are prom .
.. rou can easily B offered to all the plun- el,
give
Tuenday each month.TITfSVILLK 1I.ve1" flabby nppHiirnnce of the face,, ictimlly up <
[ BOARD OF TRADE.hIt.flut.hln.preal.lont.1.br.Dlxnn laprciallytinder the eve" ? Too f..etl'JentdeHIrt vent merchants of ollr'tt>wn-men who I ter he hud taken, dlsbund\ tile greater N h h.I JS

trean- !! to pass urine ? If 110VIIIIIIDt'a ire up-to-date citizens and who are part of hilt force and give an undertaking ).Vc r ,
.
?
Flat r.;'i.i O. ll..In.t,each lenretary.month at Meetn their neoond room.Wedilicht Sidney Pills will cure you. S3mple free.Uy taking for your patronage. Read tha ; not to tight agnluMt the Frenchor s. 'I'I)7tirt5BONEYAM jAleermts

ni.iil, ." Iot". Sold by driiKuUm.VILLIA5Ia ads on every page very carefully. : seven yearn, flue so confident were

WII1Ia\IU'' Carbolic Salve \ :: :M'lTO. CO., prop'a.C.'levelaod., ,O Sample copies of the Advocate will be French limit they refoued these

with Arnica and Witch Hazel. )e sent free to any part of Canada :erum. Tho result was one of the moat for time I'alwt UrnwlfiK <'o.

fie best Salve In tbe world for cute mil the Unites States upon appllca- irllllant victories ttiiit adorn the Urith .

'UbCB, sores, ulcers, salt rheum tetter, .......................... Ion. arm. TAR FOLFDIIONEYMDTAR- li'

,lapped| hands aDd all skin eruptions. .. --- la modern times the victory of An- '.

till' Kunranteed to give: satisfaction, or )uera. In the) ,ieuiosulur; war In another Hue>. tn. cough. sad h..l.lu.... Oars O.ld*| Prstv nt. PiMumoal

iney refunded. Price 25o; by druggists .. Letter to .J. I.. Cnrrtitliert nstance of apparent defeat being tura4 - ---

WIl.I.IAM8'F'O.) co., Prop's. : Titutrillf, Fit. Into victory. After the charge of the

Cleveland. O. : If YOU RECEIVE A SAMPLE 'renrh bumturn, and Polish lancers all
Dear :Sir: You'd strike It rich If you
corned lost. Ammunition was falling. '

1'AYTEn..Ry j -HE. "",,.CHICAOO.,,? of tnintworthlnenn MANUFACTtrRHOI .and- : COpy) OP THIS PAPER ould find a way to shave your cuato- a deep gully prevented tbe use of the
wint" familiar as ..- less time for leas cost and make ADVOCATE PRINTING OFFICE.
, : with local territory TOLY.T merllin rfnd IfcTMford wan preparingor PAST! COAST
13 -
IT ayouet,
n.Ir branch ol'lh.' .... Salary. 11H paid. ,.eek'at : :
three times a.
; '?,mnent. position. No lu..tm..nt. re- ba have last twice or retreat when tbe valor of Colonel
1 a.l> Previous not: ementl.il to : YOU KNOW THAT *
'"."..* .' .. .....experience >nir. lardlnge saved tbe day. The battle,
_) .eager Branches, Como Block Chicago. : WE WOULD LIKE YOU TO JBKCOME You wouldn't shave the same person rblch lasted only four hours, was the

"(5 many times, or get no much of his ,,r-eue of terrible carnage and wh.n It Headquartors ,

: A SUBSCRIBE : money; but (lie whole town. would I IM rastorer the so far vlctorloun French ,. p t

mil winjldm rerw driven headlong down the bill, onle ,
slicing nbont you, ever)body
for. nhitve.Ueoe summit of which 1(10 unwounded l PRINTING
to
yon ,
r.rrr,s peers are best Mranee W l 1"a.I.*ol.zino h.l cx' ctlv. that In non, the remnant of 7,: .ea has. Ism e.et Innr .
rsan
ne.eioOmmt-WTI a cen.aryrn itintn.. It tube fewer gallon, nod U Hrltlxu soldiers stool trlnaipbant.

".+, rt .n In a.ktn. silos ...... earn longer.! ; Costs )less fur the job -London Hpectntor.V .
we b all otMnaq : ...............
.
trw.k11M. In ar.rtNna ... Rnd you don't have to d.. It again for

anw.r l sae and e..d regvteel.Au..l.ft.wv. .Peer ------ jars and years-nix year at least!' - =@-
0. M. FERRY A co., "Fewer gallons; wears.. longer." Takes ., fjnuranteeil Cure For IMle I
Detroit, CUtMt sway Kiillonn: to paint a house with Ie-

r Mnee.o I n TEED I'fHI' lead and-xloo. than with mixed. homing Blind, Bleeding! ProttudlnnIV

paIDI.; and It wears longer!' than mixed Druggists are authorized to re- '

v B4NK"bEPOsir lints or lend-sad-oll. tnnd money If Faze Ointment falls to END YOUR ORDERS TO THE ADVOCATE f I''

000 Paid.! Notes Taken Your truly'
$5 R.B.Far. car. In 6 to 14 clay. Cite., at the Red
:
400FRERCOt'Rie:9B F. W. Devor: A: Co.
TBlTtilll' '" nn -dtCoat. 'nl.Qua New York. Crof&4: Pharmaoy.Tltu vllU, FU. 4. "
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EAST COAST ADVOCATE TITUSVILLE. FLA. APRIL 13, 1906.
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JAMKH. PBITCHABB. President; W./M. BROWN, Vce.pr.u,

p'' EAST' COAST ADVOCATE() WOMEN AS TEACHERS. WIMSTOW S. BBANNINO, Cnshler. i 01
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PUBLISHED: EVERY FRIDAY. Four.fifth* of the teachers, In INDIAN RIVER STATE BAN N

the United states, according to .a
Entered atthslbeu.)1Icoat Tltnuvlllo, Florida,,
bulletin women
recent census are ,
'
,
( .s -ecimil olnii mutter.
and there are more teachers in r COUNTY DEPOSITORY

CARL H. WALTON, Kriltor\ tit Publisher.WSIKLY this country than there are clergymen oyalBakin1f Authorized capital, $IOOC
and physicians to- Paid
r lawyers up capital, - $25
i n.' JOURNAL OF THB INDIAN DBVClTBD RIVICR TO TH LARa. DSVSI.OPMBNT gether. In the proportion of ,, Average deposits, $200:0,:

women teachers to the whole num.
'l WORTH AND BISOAVNS BATIBOTIOHH.Dloriintliiiiann !
r her of teachers employed, the Unite Transacts
w
a General
of ailvtu. mimt be made pernall1 i Mutes leads the world although : Pew erAbo1wt1y ]Bang ki ki.i !
1 'Y at thin otlloe or by writing. .
i in neiirly every civilized countrythe 1 j j- t Business
l of the teaching Is ,
I !
part ,
ObxnK.eta.' nifty lie m"delayahl.| l l to CHABLBSR greater t Y U r
} R, WALTON,'I pull: ll teller.pr ; done! by women. This I is In line ; Largest and Oldest Bank
1 Q toward I ; o on the IDr
with the general tendency
'
: In writing t.)the AHVOOATK ror Informs. 1 w 1R hr.i' sy :Exchange bought and ., i ,1, ,
4pIIt1iil tlonol tny Itlnil.thowrlterwill obliuebyenolimeBtHiiipodmlilreSHHil the advancement of woman tt It v Countries o
IDa/ anvelnpa.BOBFOV better place in thin country. In

' 1800! the number of women in payIng Pure .tron"lI' 'appreciated i'i, ''I' ,e"le., i
,
t branch Itimtnn oftlnflOfTlIK ,
OFYI-'I'1o treatment,and every faun i Fterrative
J-AHT tOAUr AHVIIATKin' Rt 24 MIPK poMitlona in this country was "' Lankly 'n rpirn'vla', '
T'1'''. t, street, nnu In In charge or Mr. Carl I'. Mellows, .b u.d
t who will make nilvertlnlnif oontrncts for tin.* 3,914,571, and in 1900 this number CORREBI'OMJI:'

r paper. had Increased to 5,32S,807.: ) How. Made from Pure Grape Cream of TartarIn Empire Tiust Coinimnv, \, ".tI(,1

Address< all communications ever, as the number of men in pay. r Florida Bank and TniHt C, 10 i,''kooln'lIIt"|"rl

r EAST COAST ADVOCATE Ing positions has also increased in baking powder Royal is the standard, the ".L".I"rUS"\'TILLE., TLA: ,.
TITDRVILLB FLORIDA.V. the same time, it must not be accepted .
powder of found the --- -- --- --
highest -----------
as certain that women are reputation ; by ----- -----------

N e S. Department of Agriculture going to crowd men out of positions United States Government tests of greatest J_ JH[. X> <> ::13:13:: IN":: S.
4
I' p Weather Jlurenu-.Jupiter, Fin. in intellectual employment strength and purity.It (Successor to Dobbins Bros.)

altogether. ccr N"a.D... 1.. :]:C.OCKSMITK:

The following/ comparative statement renders the food more healthful and palat- Badges. Checks, Dooi :Numbers, Stencils, Tiufclc and Lochrmltl: ,
of temperature and rainfall for the able and is KEPAIKINO OIT GUNS AND REVOLVERS A fcl'FCUl.TYi_.
I. #,1 week ending Tuesday, A pi'11 10, lOOti. TO THE DEMOCRATIC VOT- most economical in practical use. Gun and Revolver paste mid keys at wholesale. Trunks and Valises Repaired

y, -100(1( -1005TtiTB. / EHS OF FLORIDA. Housekeepers are sometimes importuned to :T24! MaIn t-t. Jacksonville Fla. "
k MAX. MIN.' MAX. MIN.
r a'r -..- -- 7.J: U.i 7H!! 71 buy alum powders because they are cheap." -- ------
Under the of nominal'
r, 71 111 80 70 present system
J? 't II 71)! no 74 08 log( your public servants for oilioe) eachof Yet some of the cheapest made powders are soldto Till. SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPANWood
7 7t no 73 I fit you have a right to say who shall be
S 77 71 711!
10 0 70 7* 71 71 78 811 51)/01! voter It ImpoHtflblerfor to /know: personally the, each Individual candidate Housekeepers should stop and think. Is it Coal Coke Brick, Lime Cement

M Total rainfall for the week! .07 Inch. who, offers lilmsolf for a State olllce, not better to buy the Royal and take no chancesthe 'I., ,
} t. Departure from normal rainfall for the I the undersigned Introduced himself to ..
week: minus .:U Inchos. Departure I you through the medium of'the pram..Judges powder whose goodness and honesty are never ..
of the court of Florida have Vitrified and Sidewalk Brick
t from normal rainfall since )January, : ? Paving ",,
,
questioned
plus 2.2.1: InoheH. never made It a practice to solicit votes

HAL. P. UAKDIN. Official In charge. railroad by personal commission appeal. are Members Judge of They the Is it economy to spoil your digestion by an Offices foot ot Hogan Street, Jacksonville, Florida. Telephone So.}!

decide certain matter between the great alum-phosphate or other adultered powder to J. K. MUNNERLYN, General Manager.The .
e
and the It wouldbe
( CANDIDATES for public office are corporations people.
unfair, therefore, while others are attending save a few ? ,'
M coming; out slowly. Read their pennies --------- -- -
to the duties they are paid to
i announcements on our 4th page. perform for another Individual seeking Oldest Established Grain and Seed House In the 811101 41

the position to take advantage: of thin
I !live! at_Luke! .City, Florida; I am I n ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO.. NEW YORK s Y4iiafl
. EVERY property. owner who hall candidate for lift)leoud Commissioner; I - --- - ------ ---- ----- -- -- "VV'r.xL.:: : A. Bourn: C AT< CC
w the welfare of the town of Tltusyllle urn Virginian by birth; entered the Confederate I ANNOUNCEMENTS. KOlt COUNTY COMMISSIONER.; :
.1 at heart, should plant out navy when \Z yearn of age, and
To the Democratic Voters of Brevard
shade trees In front of his lot, and suriendered' with the naval forces under County : GRAIN, HAY, AND GARDEN SEEDS,
t Gen. Joseph E. Johnstonat Greensboro Under thin heat will appear the announce
protect them from damage done by N. C., In 18(15( : ; I have tended In Floridafor mains of candidates for the vartotia State and< At the solicitation of friends I announce .
,? mules and horses. over :2!!3 years; have been la the newspaper (>4 The>iiiity charge 0111".....for Innortlnn of annnnncemei that I am a candidate for electionto 4a : Flour, Grits Meal and Fertilizer!

I business! .a.lI.bat! lime! ; have dillgenuy front now until the primaries are over, will bit the office of County Commissioner
end laituiiiuy' worked lor tue up- 16,'Oi, exception': ,hever., helnar' made In. the for the Fifth District, subject to the eFD,5i.IlM1a'1" 200 EastBay Street, JACKSONVILLE FLA.
liON. FRANK CLARK Is a candi building and development of the Slate I cane or those win KIHK oe"LOn, aH County) <.<>inraUnlnnera action, of'the ensuing/ primary election. I

date to succeed himself as a mem- dining all these years and my every Inatriirtlon and Member whIt of will jut Im County charged Hoard 9-00.!() ofubllo J. COCKHIIUTT. Catalogue Free. Warehouses on tincks of S.: A, L, K'y. and A, C L Rj I

ber of Congress from the Second effort In the future will be to that end, It U. to he dlntlnolly umleratmxl that no anniMinnetmmc = .
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will l>e Inserted without being paM
::9 District of J.Florida, and he maY'rellt'a88uretl In whatever position I may hold; ana for In advance us we have. learned from ex..ri.enoe .
thoroughly acquainted with the wants To tho Democratic Voters of Brevard
that thin li the only BarD rule
that the ADVOCATE and need of every section of Florida, amy County; & Baker
will\ support him. acquaintanceship and travel has led FOlt HKntKSKNTATIVK. The many filenda of Mr. Chas. II. MeMurray

-- -- me at Limas Into every county within its To the( Democratic Voters of Brevard Xauman hereby announce him as a candidate -
borders; have 'twice been chosen to rep- for County Commissioner for the
THE: Town Council should not resent you In Democratic National Con County : Fifth District. 4O1-413 iiiHt! nay Street, Jacksonville, riorlda,
allow horses and mules to be ventions: have been connected with the I hereby announce myself as a candle! MANY FKIKNDS.:
hitched to trees on the! streets of State Senate In Florida since 18-<7, most date for Representative subject to the -Makers and Jobbers of-
of the time as Secretary and can confi. Democratlo JMmai-v, May. 13), loon I
Titueville. Shade trees are scarce FOIl MEMBER: SCHOOL ItOAllO.
dently refer, as to my faithful attention will appreciate your support, and I If
without getting them de. elected will faith- To the Democratic Voters of Brevard Vehicles Harness and Material]
enough, to the duties Imposed.) upon me, to any in return serve you Carriage Wagon
carelessness fully. Very truly County :
stroyed by member of the Legislature during that yours ,
y -- -- time, as well as to the records In the War K UOKH<.:II. I respectfully announce that I am a
archives of the State, it being a fact that candidate for member of the 'Board of Saddlery, Rubber Tires.
WE publish the largest and most those records have never been attackedIn FOR TAX COLI.KCTOK. Public Instruction for the Second District -
expensive paper in Brevard county the con its. subject to the approaching Demo First-Class Repairing and Painting, Etc. Etc.
To the Democratic Voters of Brevarc
and we are sending out hundreds J.allroad commissions of nearly all the Cratlo Primary Respectfully yonrs,,
; -------------- --- ----- --- ------ -- ------- -- -
of extra ADVOCATE'S all over the States of the Union have where the I County coiididatn: for election to the R. E MtM8. 11 Inchhu. ... '
powers given are judiciously exercised am a re .1-ull"iiJby : : COJUIUUI ,
county. Now is the time to get proven of /great benefit to the generalpublic office of Tax Collector for Brevard Conn OF JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.
your political announcement in and there la. no reason why Flo- ty, subject to the action of the Demo- ,
this rids should be nn exception to the i')s1o. ciatlo Primary to be held May 15: ItHHJ\ To the Democratlo Voters of. Brevard SAW MILLS, ENGINES AND BOILERS,
paper. Experience him. pointed out defects In If elected I will give the duties of the County: PORTABLE OUTFITS A SPECIALTY
our mllnmd. commission law" that are bo- office the same careful attention that J I I hereby announce myself as a candidate -Write for Ciunlouue-
THE St. Augustine Record is lug remedied by the Legislature at each have In the past.' Respectfully, for re-eleotlon as a member of the Sold on Easy Teims. Cor. Ward and, Jefferson Streeti.
having one of the finest brick buildings session, and by this process, within a E. Vf. HALL. Hoard of Public Instruction for the
erected on the East Coast of few years, we will doubtless have a law First District subject to the decision of
that will be all that It should be In the the enduing Primary Election.A. .
Florida a building that will\ Interest of the people. FOR TAX ASSKSSOK.Tltusville .1. CAitr&H. S. K. Watts

i eclipse the ADVOCATE brick build I am confident of my ability to fill the \ Fla., Mar. 0. 1000. ,

ing. Improvements are surely and olllce acceptably and efficiently, and To the Democratic Voters of liievard
steadily going ahead along the East pledge; myself, If nominated and afterwards County.I PINEAPPLE
elected, to administer the dutiesof Goods Notions Boots Shoes Novelties
Coast beg; leave to announce that I will\ be Dry
the office fairly and Impartially. ,
-- - a candidate for Tax Assessor at the next I ,
The State: of Florida has wonderful CRATES
Primary Election May 15th. My past
BUEVAUP COUNTY candidates l are possibilities before It, and lu my humble work loads me to believe that I am qua!. LADIES'. AND GENTS' FURNISHING* GOOD-: STATIONERY ETC.

not coming out In great force for opinion no agency can be such a potent lfied( l to fill the position, and I will appre-
factor in Its development as the railroad WRAPS EAU OALLIE, FLORIDA
ciate the of all lends.
the coming election, as will be seen I support my
commission. For this reason the voter
Yours
by their announcements on our 4th truly,
should weigh carefully the claims of W. II. HAM. :1tK..+f'f.......*. .........'f1fJf.. f i+ ....>FIf M..Ftflv.v'
page. It will cost no more to announce everyone who otters for the place. This find

now than it will some weeks announcement Is a direct personal appeal *:: RON: .A.LJ: d:) :F'JSDE!: : :,

hence, so all who intend to enter beL' of to the YOU board Individually.are to be selected.Two memo I To the Democratic.. Voters of Brevard NAILS Oooori, Ji"1a.: : ::

the lirevard county race for public want to be one of them. I want YOUR c nun t J *. MARINE ENGINE SUPPLIES AND HARDWARE
olllce should came to ,the front vote and support. Should you choose hereby announce that I am a candidate ..
without delay. tore, I promise that you shall never regret for re-eleotlon to the oilioe of Tax -><- -xx:: ** ,,
Assessor, and appreciate the support *. ,
t.I believe my largo acquaintanceship ot my friends on May 15, lUft). .*..
COLONEL T. J, ArrLEYAiiD, of In your county (Brevard), to whom I refer Respectfully yours TIIE "BOND" CRATE. *.
you will vouch for my fitness for I 1*. A. Me Mir,I.AN. BEST QUALITY WRAPS. ...
Lake City, announces himself as a the olllce.As *.
candidate for railroad commlssi- CEMENT COATED NAILS 4
any loyal Democrat would do, 1 ,
oner. lie enters the race with the pledge myself to ublda by the result nf To the Demooi.ktlo Voters of Brevard !See: our samples and got our prices before I 5
the primary and will the nominees County : 11
full expectation of winning; and, support buying. We want your orders S.
thereof at therregular eleotlon.I I hereby announce myself.as a candi-
+ .
old friend wish him
as an we every Write us at Eau GaUle-
I Very respectfully date for the office of Assessor of Taxes Send to us for the Spit Fire Pluar-The Best Plug Made
Colonel :
success Appleyard is 1'. J. Ari'LRVAKI: for Brevard county, subject to the decision ;I $I .60 each-Postage paid by us.
fully competent to undertake the Lake City, Fla., April t', HUM\ of the ensuing Primary Election. -XX- -X-:: ***************************.********************iOT-
position, for he has been secretary OKO. F. ENSKV. :- -- -


years of the and Florida is secretary Senate and for treasurer many! Marine Gasoline Engines FOR COUNTY COM IJSSIONEU. EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY CO THE ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING{ OFFICEDOES

of the Lake City Board of
Trade To the Democratic Voters of Brevard EAU GALLIE, FLA. ALL KINDS OF JOB PRINTING AT REASONABLE RATE:!,
and secretary of the Florida Manufactured by- County: ,
Press Association. lie is also tr --

I popular brother editor, as well as a Termaat & Monahan Co I re hereby election announce as County myself Commissioner a candidatefor I WHDEUST YOU WANT TX>]VEA.r3XUNITED : > pAPER

being a man of good and sound OSHKOSU from the First" District subject to the I
Judgment. WIS. Democratic Primary Election, May 15th. "WA3STT: .
sAYoU
Respectfully yours,
- e
WM. R. W ALKItR.

;,; 4 THERE is nothing in the world so

41 alluring to some men as a political
To the Democratic Voters of Brevard
life, and the more strenuous it is,
County :
+ the better they like It. Usually I hereby announce myself a candidate

thU class, of politicians hade nothing for re-election as County Coinml_*ion r l
else to recommend them for for the Second District subject to the : II VEGETABLE,

olllco but a boundless aspiration, Democratlo Primary to be held May 15th.

unlimited gall and tireless energy; J. U. MIOT.

but it cannot be disputed that

these things count for a dealin
great
I To the Democratic Voters of Urevard 1''C.' p
( far sAY
politics, so as getting the County:
olllce is
concerned. The
1. average I hereby
announce myself as a canU.date
o voter, however, ought to realize for re-election County Commissioner r

i that there it nothing in this sort of !rnet Our Catalogue.,: for the Third District subject to Ev'Eriy BUNDLE OF aEf 2 TITIIVF is LABRr 'J the decision of the
equipment that makes for statesHianthlp Lorillard Boat Co. Agents to be held May 15th.Democratic Palmary : : =or: Snan.p1.os.: : 37'ojc' isalo Toy
or good service to the _
Yours JjJ.AST:
'
4 people. TITUSVILLE, FLA. truly K. A., Cmut LING. G0115T =am m E 1't ckf: SUPPLY C101iV1T'la.u -

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COAST ADVOCATE, TITUSVILLEi, FLA. APRIL 13, 1900. 6N1N

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....*..*...*.......*.......+.....+.......... Rockledge. Fort Pierce. FRED'K: MOKGAX. PERCY G. WALTON"


t FAST COAST 3SnETW-S. !
& Walton :
HUB: IXSfRANrK In n-lUlila. coinpanlm at St. hucle county Is claimed Ja be the Morgan :

******************** $ lowest rat.... Real Estate handloil on oimiiiilmilun. banner county lu the state. The editorof ,
Aba'raou. MOHOAN .* WALTON.TitnavlueFla.' . this paper has some land for sale In I

that county Ho will sell It cheap for Titusville' '1t-
Notes Contributed cash. This land will treble .
No-vvsv'' bv Our Regular : Dr Iluchlett; has closed bill Ro'kleclge no doubt
in value In a slioit time. Now is your
Corps of East Coast Coi'i-oHpondeiits. *. pharmacy for the season. time to buy end hold It, as the pineapple

. . . . . . ... Misses Stella and Callle Mlras were piantatloneare rapidly extending.-Addiess FIRE INSURANCE.
..........................*.*......4+............* visiting friends\ In Eau G&lllelust noelt. ,.Chas. Ii. Walton Tltusvllle, Fla. ;

A. L Aveilll and wife left for their

I'lel\so send communications\ Eau Gallie. summer home at Madison WIs., on It Is now beginning to foci like the REU.UU.K COMPA NIKS-LOWEST 1tATESl'litMt'T ': ,

Items for publication to "Editor 'Ihiusil.iy.KHitor good old summer time. ) PAYMENT OV) LOSSES.J.

OCATE. Tltus\'IIIt>. FilL." : K. N. Andrews was looking Dr. Pelgel returned Saturday evening ;

BAnAl! C. HonO, ()'iI.II\.MI.I.\Y AND Sl'H over the Improvement.. lu South Rook- from his trip up the river :
ON07. Kan Ouiiie. HorlilK.. ledge un Mmul.iy. ,1'
r- \\'e cannot guarantee to publish Mr. Kook of Jensen. was a pleasant' ABSTRACTS. ,

4 thud do not reach this. office before The, 1.1'1(1 lrRtlnnll tank are now George Ollll/'rall.: in electing n com momodions visitor In town on Weilnendny. ,
openat
KUII I (iillie boat shop on the river bunk for
b on Tlmrsdajs. his Increasing business I I). Houghton's houseboat Ponton, SEE IK YOU HAVE': A GOOD TITLK TO YOUR I'liOrKKTYV' s
Mr. HoNHittrr took a inn to Fort Pierce Is expected at Foil Pierce next month.
last Uorn, to Mr. and Mrs Paul A. Shaios.on .
Will oorieHpondents oblige IIH .by week un business. Mrs. Miller and Mrs. of
April tat, a dniiKhler.(. Mother and Penbody Eden
,inn the names of people anil places Mr and Mis. Paddi.nn spoor purl of daughter are doing well. were In town shopping on Wednesdiiy. REAL ESTATE "

Huinly, lie possible 1? the week utDeLind, Klii. MI.... C. I) Provost, with her little buy Itov Totnkles hold services In tho I.

Mr. Ferguson. accompanied: l Near U staying with her pineiitH Mr. and Mia Methodist chinch lust Sunday morning
on his trip to Ilardeevlllc. }:. M. Urcese, for a short time timid evening.The IIANULKU OV COMMISSION.):> TI.MItKU I.\NUh) FOR SALK.:

Melbourne.HtRD The Mattie Did ladles of St. Andrew's Guild Intend .
II Opt. Symmond's sloop, you ever notice the largo number
Is on Iforl lIfI\I'" ways this week. of ADVOCATK'S scattered along the East holding a bazaar next Tiicmhiy Your Business Respectfully Solicited. '
Coast ? Neatly every resident seems to evening at the City hall :
W. GOODB. Col. Dodd and left for :
,Ho and Conve toner. Agent for Etna. to the Hulling/ (loot at Eau':; Gallie. nephew Harry
*.' '1'001 l allil' IxmclonandGlolw anil l Hartford G. W. By referring to the 1th page(. of the IlurllDgton, N. J., on Wednesday morning ,
in 1""roR09 Companies. Special. attention UopkliiH has return. to Bear AUVOCATK, It will be soon that candidates to spend the summer. /
ill,I to the lutereHla non- id..nta. Lake, Mich., for the( slimmer season. !
for public offices are slowly com Mr. and Mis. Harry Jennings; and Mr. .

Subscriptions for the ADVOCATE Mr.in McAllister will try m, okerol fish. Ing out. and Mrs Hauls, of Tlbbals, were ploiui- BANKING{ BY MAIL

pink paper\ of the East Coast, will be log the near futuie.ln his new:, Uunch. Cha... Appley and family, who occur and 1 visitors\ to town on Wednesday.Dr. .

lived at the Melbourne PoHtoflico. John Houston has been engaged on pied HiiuHliloo cottage the past winter, and Mrs. Lloyd entertained quite
the Jo;, O. L. letnruud to their home In Now
extension between Miami I Jersey number of their friends from St. Lucie
is not only safe and but often
practical
more
Hutol Carleton still has a goodly numf and KeyVesr.. last week on Monday evening All spent a most

|,f her winter guests.: Some of them On Friday of this week MNs Lillle K Dr. UilcH, who is located on the DontoH pleasant evening convenient than banking at home-- .

I linger here until May or June. Burke will lecture In tile Ht.\ Paul's M. Is doing good business hoio. lm.Iloughton Miss Emma \Morgan( who went to her "

Jirn' on the 4th Instant to Mr. and l E. church on Highland avenue. Ad- and Uiich will noon move the home In KIsHlmmeo two weeks'. ago returned certainly more confidential.
L Claude M. Beaujenn a little daugli- mission 25 cents. )D..ntos to Melbourne and Fort Tiered to. Fort Pierce for ILv".k'lI. and "J , .

Mother aud child are doing well. William Homer and wife, of Oloan The F. E. C. Ry. Co. Is putting/ aside visit with her sinter, \Mrs( I). I<. Alder' '" "

jr. and Mrs. Newcomb who have : NY., are the guests of Harry Hodgson truck at the :South Kockludge station man. Mian Mmgau bus many filends. Send[ us your savings today .
I pleasant visitor among: tig this and wife this week. which will be a great accommodation In town who are always glad; to see liar == -= .- ft

lor, left on Tuesday for their homo Alex Near and his artesian. well to residents. of that section! eNpuci- On Saturday evening ]last party went I'
plant
ally to Uoo. 1':. Pritchett as I it Is close to
Mich. the bench to the beautiesof
i.nnvllle over to enjoy
left ,
for
Hardeeville last .
on Monday ..
where he hits his turpentine .01 ks. a moonlight night on the river and a We will
J-oil Irwin and wife and two charm a contract. 4010" ,
South Kooklodgo has had quite an cmIgnition. stroll on the beach. Those lu the parry pay you # ;
the Misses
laughters( Carrie and Wm. 'I' Wells wife and daughter On Tuesday Dau. P. Hoi men were: Mr. Rod Mrs. O'1>ell. Mrs. O. S.

hen, have /gone to their Chicago Miss Gladys of Melbourne were In Eau left for their. summer home In Norwich, Emerson: the Misses I Susie and Ella WIt:- I' ..'1

la, Their Melbourne home la closedI Gallie lust. week calling upon friends.Mr. N. Y. ;: Fred Buck and sister for A f ton, held PHIII! :Stewart Myrtle Killer, Emma and allow to withdraw : '
I fall when we will welcome theme ,
Horning and wife, Harry Hodgson N. Y.; 11. W. Matthews and wife for Schuler, Agnes Stewart, Florence you tr1,
and wife and the Masses Anna and Min. their home in Himcom 0. ; also J. S. Emerson; and \Messrs.( Harry Thompson r j

schooner J. F. Powell... made a nie DLnr"orlh.; took a spin-to-Cocoa; and Matthews, wife! and three children Mara Then. Cook, llenj. Framhaoh O. 1'), Without Notice
Lure trip south last week. On board return, on Tuesday last. Maher and Miss Myrtle Cadger: left on Yates, WIlMon foiltrey, Clifton I llalllduy
t; J. F. Powell and wife the Misses the Onward on their way to New York, and Clyde Kmeraoti.: The party was .
,mil Helen Powell Misses Lucy and C. W. MoN"ab's orange trees are Hhow- I thence up the ]Hudson. river, Erie: C"nal. given In honor of M IKS Pom I :Stewart

\ Kodos Com. Perry Powell All log great growth since being sot out. and through the grmit hikes to Cleveland anti all pent a most enjoyable evening, Remittances be made New York draft
lit a most enjoyable time. The jolly Captain will soon have an Ohio leaving only the distance .--.--.- may by ,
orange grove of his own. between Peoria III and Cleveland of
L Human Itlooil IHllrl"'l. postal or order
express money
'n. Oeo. R. Lyon has returned from .!'
rightful( cruise south, on board his W. II. Munn of Ilolyoke, !Mass.' has making a complete ciicult. A tale of honor was' told by marks' of in
IP launch, Phllllpa. The party on caught a halt, and the gentleman is now ---- human blood in tho homo of J, W. U'll- currency registered letter or ..

hi,I were: G. H. Lyon and wife, Wm. ready to return to hiM northern home Is The HI0011 Inhabited. hams n woll-kurwn merchant of linn! checks. : :

Vi, wife and little son, Master Geo. K. having completed his winter's task. Science has proven that the moon has Ky., ho writes: "1''I'ntyelll'IIIIIlO) I hll.1lIevel'e If .''f

I, Miss Nellie Oard and Capt. Clint Cards are out for a grand; Mlllltary an atmosphere, which makes life In some heinorrunpca of the lungs; and

Ball, given bv the cadets of the K. M. I., form possible on that satellite; but not wits near death when 1 began taking Dr.

kst Tuesday evening was the eventhe at Lyndon, Ky., on the l.'tth: Inst. Eau' for human beings, who have a hard King's New Discovery. It completely The First National Bank : : Y
cured and 1 have remained well .
most enjoyable social gathering Gallie was well remembered Thanks enough time on this earth of ours; nspoo- me every ,
lie season. About fifty Invited boys. tally those. who don't know that Electric since| ." It cures hemorrhages, chronic

I at the beautiful home of< The Inn. P. A. McMillan owner has chill and fever jaundice dyspepsia I I..* the only known cure for weak lungs.Kvoiy . .

Lyon It being a grand moont done a hind ofllce business this season, dizziness: torpid liver. kidney complaints bottle guaiarreod: by the Ked State Depository. City Depository. .'
night most of the guests gathered: and all were satisfied. Mr. Mao has general debility and female weak- Cross" Pharmacy nOo and $1.00. Trial ,4!
I dial ,
"' groups on the large veranda. made many Improvements In his hotel bottle fiee.
[io and dainty refresh menta added toveoing's this winter. nexiies. Unequalled us a general tonlo 0- _ ___. .__ ___ Assets 50000000. :l
enjoyment.A and appetizer for weak persona. and .'

Mr. McKelvey\ and wife of Youngstown especially fur the aged. It Induces 'fit U'lV' IIle Town laeetiou.VIIEItEAS . . -- . .. . .. -. .- I >,
0 will leave fir.. their northern sound sleep.. Fully gauranteed bv the ..'
Lucky I'ostiutstrcH home about the 2.hd: Inst It is hoped Ked Cross Pharmacy. Price only 50o. TUB rOM.OWIVd' ItKBOU'-,, "

lit. Alexander of Gary, Me., who that this estimable family will return to adopted. by the Town Omnellof About that line of .
the Town of lltuavllle, at a regular IY.q'Navw
Eau Gallie nakt winter.
I"und Dr. King's New Life Tills. toe muetliiK huh. IrIlIOth. 115.1.RESOLUTNNu.
beat remedy she ever tried for Many welcome letters and post cards Indianola.Watch : :

|i 1111( the stomach liver and bowels are received( from members of the K. M. Hn It resolved. by the Town Council of the KEEN
'Ifcct order. You'll agree with her I., at liYiidon, Ky., all complimentary to Town <>r 'ntiiKvl: Florida' that. tlm .|/IIt'.II..r. -* KUTTER GOODS*-
tbe announcements In ,.. .
these political Inmilngr' bonds to tho amount or .I"t.) the
Miry I painless purifiers that Eau Gallie and their friends. here The the ADVOCATE: l>ro te new life. Guaranteed by the Ked Institute will receive hearty welcome j.,nil. ..il In rtifiififhiiir mho pruMunt liuttthtuilniMiiof
iPharmacy. Price 23o.Georgiana.:; should they return this coming season. Mrs. It. Watton and son. Mr. Jackson, the town ata ,lower rate. of Interest not touxeHHil can't bo beat I
1 0 rant, and| the Town nr They
|her Improving
Many line photo views of Eau Gallic of Clifton who have been visiting Mm.U. Titimvlllo Florida under, the illroctlon nr the I'
f'i
were carried away by tho cadets and tV. Schuyler left Tuesday for their Town ConnoU f lie HUlitnlitffd to the <*lH>tor* of
officers. home the town having the qiiaJiHeatlotiH, |"r... law. at an ttlHctl n to ha held on the iftnil di vi 1\1,1 1."
On Sunday last the Inn ]launch carried Mrs. A. S. Ilumphrys and daughters >r May',A. l). IMWi, And the Mayor. la h..r..h, illrvmvd -

'. A. F. Sherman left here Tuesday a jolly party of citizens and guests of drove to Merritt on Monday afternoon of 'to.) .1..110111.nrrlliinK proelaiiiutlon tlm. ,plane and In acoordanrheruwlth manner,, of*
levllle Eau Gallie to Ocean, where tho greater last week and enjoyed a visit. with Mrs. holdhlg.aol einntlon. and Urn whom ( PRiTCHARD .
Fla. number took plunge In old ocnan, A. Moore and (Mrs) Dr. Norton. :ItMiall: :: !h. i on P ,,'uiiiutloii, In n newN|"aj,>r-r pnlillNhed, In sale
Clement arrived Saturday even- returning about (II I p. ra., delighted with Airs. IV.. Baker and nephew Mr. ttiwn of Tltuavllle, for four mioeeindv" week '
Members of the family have been the day's outing. Among those. on board left for their home In U.ildwlus- next |iruii.. I for some time.PS. this comfortable launch were William Owyne In nfwii' Aoiinutl, at as regular meeting. TITU3VILLK, Ff.A.
villa Mass., last week. Mrs. Baker'sother thin lutu day. of April 11KJI.. I
C. D. Provost and little son Is Homer and wife of Olean, N. Y., Harry nephew, Mr liyion, will remain KlHlAlt E. R"LIINH, ..
ling her Hodgson/ and wife, Mrs. Chandler ofT J. D. KVNIM, C'lmlrman.
father and mother Mr. and some time longer.
peka, Kan., Mrs. I. O. Gilbert of Eau, Town 'lerk.
Breeae this week. Gallie Dr. Sarah C. Hodgson the Misses Since the busy season with the orange Approved|, U. K. WII.MON, Mayor. Lorillard :Boat Co.

'Jennie Bower spent a pleasant Anna and ]Minnie Uanforth Florenceand crop has closed we have had more ,,
Inoon, calling Mesdames Bessie J. E. M. Hodgson time to devote to the social side of life, '' '
/ on Hughes Hodgson !Now' therefor I. H. K. Wlli..>n. major nl Titunvll. TITUSVH.LK FLORIDA t.
bambeis, Wednesday of last week. and others I' A. McMillan had chargeof and consequently we have been rather .0, hy tame.authority .....teII", ma hv law and ;
for the week or two. In Herordain. e with time above, reolntlnnM. dn..
the launch. past
*" HattIe Bower was calling on gay hereby.. ."" 'hold| ....prouliilm", that annlmitlnii Boats Bought Sold and Built to Order
limes Clement Conover Simmons Wednesday afternoon of last week, will Ira at the Connrll C'hamlwr. or ;
day ,
tun town of Tltuavllle' rn the 2Vlinl day of !
[Hughes, and Miss Minnie Hughes Grip Quickly, Knocked Out. Mrs. A. S. Humphry, aasisted by her IINM, h .tw Hn the hours: nf S o'clock; a. in., and I
'lay afternoon daughters Mrs C. E. Humphry, Mrs II. 4 o'fliH'k' p. in., (Htanilard.' tlluo) to ,'.....rruln.lha 3E3n.erl3a.oa: :2r: ..atci11oc1S7
10 "Some weeks ago; during the severe and Mm Fred O. Ilum intHtton or 'IttHtilntf/ tmndM. aa. not forth In the

I week parties In the down to Eau Gallla winter weather both my wife and myself phrys M. Humphrys entertained the ladles of the village ortticolntf 1 InMtilni' resolution bonds. to of the Cijuni amount*!!. 7 HOMO above. In favorof \\tr<* -HOATH C'AHKKUMVY: STORED KOIt TI1K) U ( J\I\ Ueprennntatlve for

Lena, returning by contracted severe colds! which speedily with a thimble party. As there lomed.will votftaplaln r ballot on tile T'. A M. Knvorsllila Oasolene Engine: 1.1, to 25: : horse power. The only "
light \
making a most enjoyable developed Into the worst kind of la were between 1)0) and 40 present the afternoon ono Kldonf' which, shall ;b lie :written:l: or printed; engine of the kind In Florida, end the beat on the market See\ till angina la

I as the weather was perfect. grippe with ail Its miserable symptoms was spent under the oak trees. three the frillowlnif lip:|:poiHil;::: ..,:-I.:1':l "For vats a Issuing almilar:: iMindn.'ballot: : and onwhlrh boat at place of busness! -end. of City Wharf.

|1M. Werning came up from Jupiter says Mr. J. S. Gg'.eston, of Maple LandIng shall.. written. or printed( MAainHt; laim- rTI.LrLJ
i-iy. for a few Iowa. "Knees and joints achlnt.ml1S0leA / Saturday afternoon \Mrs. James L. lime la,1a1N"
| visit with friend '
days and Those who participate In said. ol.*ntlon meet : L'PILIlf7 LIVJBX't.Y 15T11J3II7.: ;
I head stopped eyes Crawford roast to all the
He left sore, up gave an oyster
Thursday for Paris, Ill., I I ho re Isterrd voters of the t.>wn, then rvaldlnirtharelii I
|u no will' spend the summer nose running with alternate spells of village In Dr IliU'f beautiful grove.: :, whit: own real estate Iji the town, ami::
chills and fever. We begun using Chamberlain's The neighbors: bringing; their baskets have pall':' : their' taxes forth* I iireendlnK; >ear, nr' 4 i P 1 /t
IsM| >i Eva and Nellie Owen gave a Cough Remedy aiding the with them commenced to gather: by er And and I hereby Capt. I a lsrles Fulton M.. K. fenKhah, limpecKira, T. N.of IMrk auld FEED AND SAM 1-1 r SADDLE IrOIU-H S. ;

party Wednesday going around the same with a double dose of Chamber 4tO:: and from five to nix-thirty o'clock dectlnn l und W II. Hull ctprk' nr the same. N,
f of the Island toOceanns and return lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets and tbe long tables were kept well supplied In tMNtlmony: wlmr I of I hava liernnnto 'wt my ...HTAHLES.: : uunoul'4.'
Lena. About 25: were In the by its liberal ue soon completely knocked with roast. oysters and all other good hand and caused the. red. of the tn..n..r Tltna- !
vine lo be mixed at Tuimvlllo, ITIa., "'prUII.h.111OlI. ,
out the /grip." Sold by all dealers. things to eat. BAGGAGE w SUICREY:8I :
r Jennie After the bountiful cupper had been I IJ. It. Wrr...... I, .
here with Bower her who brother has spent J.ther B. I TKEASUUEK'9' disposed of, all gathered around the big Attest: .1. I>. E'rxit clerk., Mayor.'town TRANSFER & and TURNOUTS of t
COUNTY '
r and left BKKVAKU camp fire, and were entertained with -- - 1f!' r- "
family for Rock- '
Sunday .
STATEMENT.Jan. IIAULINO ETC. ..all kind. j""
,i to visit songs by Mr. Macdonald Mr. Jackson
f
Harvey Bower and
family lit, 1O03. Mrs Ilrundage and little Vida and Keba. Male.URDP.R .
17W weeks and then on to her lllnvter'ss 1Ia t
Pennsylvania go Balance cwb on hand Mar Int. IIJ08.., MM (WAmuunt Williamson three and five years old, a*. Me OHlLu I ,
received in Mar 1UtJ6.. .... 4.0UO 1J: grandchildren of Wm. Ootahall.
T'TUriVU.LE.'u' Itobblns' Law .
AVI) BV VIRTUKor A JJ..cRPrc Officerr.ohuDA.
4.Uattle Grattau of Preston Minn., Total .... ...... ...... .. ... U,404 IT All went away thanking the hostessfor ...." and..... ..n..lln the ('f r- I
er sister Mrs. May I.. Bower' left Lou warrant patrIn. Mar 190(1\ I' a very delightful evening. Seven iultCunrtfor HrevaM oonnty, la Chan-
P""> delivered to County <;uiumKHlon.enaaJ bushels of were used on this oc r"'Y'n thi pailno therein ilopondlnK, wheraln
Wednesday of last week for and School Hoard.. .. ........ .. .. 4,1121:1: oyster Nina CI.1: h r. legal' reprovnuttlvo: : for Harry > "tor',. Htilo.UNI v
,IDa' for[ a few weeks will with their casion. Vlah. ; *..{, an Truau*. la thewmplalnantand I ......................44..
er, F A. White and wife. From Balance on hand Apr Jat.IOO6,..... ::23Jiji; Julia.' A. Coleman and fowl,* A. C'oleman, .
Mrs her son, are tho defendant, I will sail al pnbllo >KR AND BY VIIITI-K Or A DECRr.R:
Grattau will go; to her home Caught Cold Vlille Hunting/ a auction at tho Court llotmo door la Tltnavlllo, ., fur.fit.Miurt and l sale! entered In time i'lrunit .
eston, :Inn., and Mrs. Bower will ABOVB BALAKCH I* HELD AS FOLLOW Iturglar. on the 7th day of Uy, A. 1>. lum during his o to her home here. Dvpmiltad In Indian River Smite bout from II a, m. to 1 o'clock p. to the la I UM therein liank.aa per Canbiar'sj rtlncat attacbod Mr. Wm. Thou. Lanorgan provincial hlKhnt an l 'beat bidder for rwd, tho, foilowingdrrrlhed NIn; .. O. rlshwrlegalrnpree.ntatlve:: l :|: :: fur Starry
report..I g,ZJIBALAXCK1 IJ8 I.n..r.. mulch thereof to reallaotho !
to monthly mm Fisher denea.ede.Trust.iscomplainant l and l
|[h turdaya> merry party went to the FOt- Constable at Chapleau, Ontario says: sum' of ,II'III.lI' : : that being ill. amount Jells: A. Colmnan; add; the Imllitn River luau i
l < atI Capt. Carter's BBLOSOrsO!: :! TO EACH TWO AS "I caught a severe cold while hunting named in add decree, together wltli bets of H.nk. acurporatlonarelefemlana, I will Mill L. '
b. ntheeparty LOWI" ... were Mesdames Fund.. ,. . f MS" a burglar In the forest swamp last fall. M siietlon a the Court HUUM
Km O neral
County Revenue- e ... ... ... 31 *> All "r the north half of tho MH4 of this Mt TUu rlll on the 7tl day of Mar. A. ... I'JUU .
[; ? Handy Taylor and Burton .. Road and 511,1 50 Fund Hearing of Chamberlain'. Cough l . fn S.+
nf Hwtlon *?, xc-ept la a |I.rel of :it a re during rite hour from II a. m. ana 1 o'clock pan
Ind M"- Kulldine Fund... . .' . ..' ' I tried it and after using two the ME tilers-,?. Al I.. thin. South half of .... 2 AlllgnLo'l.. :
:Simmons JUTS. Odell and :: : :: ..*11 I>m dy, corner i fur mash. to the hhrh"/ t.nd l .t hM.ler. thefnllowtnq ._ .. ,
1 'ial'ghte11'' Miss Peachey and Miss Fine amt Prisoner Forfelturen.Fun l ... . :**! *5 mall bottle., I was completely cured." allot the NIC* of the NW, of aald' Moctlon,, / 3Uwhich \ 4lmcrili'l, I.nf|. made. nmtvttmmry Uirmillui .
"Jtte Bona Fewllnir remain after exot*ptlny. thai reel tf the um of |3UUVUM and oont ot Mule :
....
.. U 6
and l.it.No.l is Intended especially for .:.
two Misses Thus remedy ,
< nieces. SI" Road. Fundew. .. ....... 3".lf glut in aoroi heretofore conveyed ttt Dances J. twit: !
aDd Edna They all (jot \4.. *.. to.* M. .. 'Jf 8... .. .. 103 W cough and colds. It will loosen and Poole bjr Mood rocordeil In lack "A" of UrevardCounty 1 I- 1444 Hoctlon 211. vnhtp 21 rVmth'" ;Ran*. All Sizot4.: i&.rhot4t .
.'!o. but glorious .. leas time than fUmtirdu 'rage Orr. Also 1 all that eertalnp i'omm.nrln. at tlw nortluMioi corner, i
"we all bad a .. .. .. .. 4 NlW.t1ll'1O: ) relieve a severe cold in by aft ':"'t. t
............IJMI M and U .rc l of 4 acne In the North part of the .NW'4 of tall .krtt; running ...uth. with In.ilan Silver.
.. .. favorite
a
Warden Fund other treatment of tho N' W of the .. .
Dam .it..... a toHi any 1% section 33. Imlnn same parr nn. buntlriHi and. .vard | thence la a iw>utll* 2 l'jJOIf Paid.
PTOI> II&Y of ixxxuued Persnn5 .Ton... . ..... \ 51Special wherever Its superior excellence ba become of 4 arras dvwrllHMl In a certain. iloeil alai.. herewith westerly UlrxttUm HIO T>r.Ul ih ni-. .oii h TO '.
heU' n-<.en..1 t'und.. ...... .. 30690x. known. For sale by all dealer from J. N.' realtor ant .fauette E. ......r ar4.itl.nee. In vnuthwifiitflrlT' dlrmTtlfin to I' b I
Island Torture Tax.. Sohool.. W... ,No.1... : ......../ MOO aiwl:1r..t"d: ; A. feaster. and John V. C. Pester sal.ipahxls 1 tli weal HIM, measuring on that line! wu yards
worse ... 3611 00 bar tn Julia A. Coleman all of fnmith* nurtbwMirarniiritluino. north l<> the I'j! 'j
I than the terrible case of School! Fund "0" State aid of land hereinbefore. 'I' 21 .
1 Special bainnm; p. mrtbweee c r, thence north the north.out .f 0 S
that afflicted ". l''" yelU1l. Then ItiTi1 S..Ziiii8 Shoe Itepalrtng- Numb Rang* US Kwt hiss a: rr.icau number ofacres warner :frI:: t on Indian Jtr.a eonuin-. ,
to apply' Bucklen'. Arnica Total. ielDgJr.erre more leaa. log 23 acres mere nr lees. 121! W Bay St I
JoH.f IIEfBI':! County Trea or FREDERICK A. MOROAV' I rUCUKJUCK: VOROAX( :
.. than a box permanently I do all kind of boot and shoe repairIng Special| .......r. Hfiwlal Htuttr. ;
'lie, Write. L. 8. of .ores of all kind done as and do not forget It. Opposite Ja. A. D. ".n...,'. Attorney fur ...'"....11. 35 I A. D. renney, Attorney for rtjilatlir. IO-5 JuolcMouvHlOi 1'la.EAST t .1-.1t.

!r! all w wounds burn and Jobs fBISTIXO fate. Give Prltcbard Son. ANDREW Uiasov. I ........................N ,
bat' reasonable .
Pharr.fituevllle l! :; office at work. Tltutvllle, Fla JOB PRINTING done at this of ce. Bend the ADVOCATK your Job Printing ,,
Fla. us share of your I

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EAST COAST ADVOCATE TITUSVILLE. FLA. APRIL 13. 1906.
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BUSH PROTECTION. I Florida East Coast
I
GLORIOUS FALL FLOWER. Railway
Rouen, Shrub. Itsmpberrfoa, and r L Y

?' M Tones Into the Air a torm of Hla..kberrln.
j" Bold Tat nlntr Illootn. :Many of tho roses and shrubs that Local Time Card No. 6L In Effect Jantic:: 9, ICCNally l c

succeed ns well attractive must have
Amateurs probably bmlio grounds SOUTH-BOUND-REAP DOWN. HORTH-BOUNO
or better with cosmos thnn with any protection against the cold of winter. ftEAD u .

-other flower of equnl merit. This In Tlio cuts from Farm Journal show a No. 0O No. 85 No. ,99 .. STATIONS No. '''I s, l :::
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,,', t now ono of the notnblo fall flowers tulcic and effective means of giving _Dally _Dally Dally l I 1J"1I Jb S.011,

t t Laving undergone much Improvement protection to Hopnrato bushes 820 p 4 20 p 920 w Lv..Jacll.onyllle..Ar 7 C1 --

t at the hand) : of the uppclnllsts. A lull Drive three stakes as shown in Fig. ............ 4 o an-ID I'I 10 85 2ft ..a ....... "" ._...._.So.St.J..ck80nvlllu..Ly AuKuallu. ..:......" 620 j p I I"SO ty.

'Strong growing annuul Its bold flowers 1. Uetween tbf'sOlnd over and around ..........P.. 11111 p,.11 11 a .........? ...........H""using.........._ 680 I' '
have yet au exquisite daintiness nad.airiness them place u thick mot of straw. Wrap 1020p. .687. ...pjll' 80 a. Lv.Kant!: 1..I..lk..Lv. IIYI"'_ ::11-
10 c 45 7 oo 1,111111. Ar..?.... I'alutka. M..........LvLv D uo 1'1 -
: lielghtonoil lu effect by their about this a short strip of wire poultry B 66 I'h H UO 'pill OS .......,..,. I-alatks .,.,,,..,,.Ar
iCclIago setting of feathery gre 'u. From netting twist tho end( wires together ............ 7 M-p 1166.: .......:.. Ar...?.....EllLn Diateo.j 1. 1"
i ,seed started early In! the house ut tlioinortli ( -. a IKt I' 1 01 ]pI, 8 bft l.y..EI"n Dlateo..Ar 71111 ,pl, t tq

will be three or four c.1. ... ....... -718' -|pilot j !. ............ Lv............. Nuugit_............L v 448 I
?- ih the plants r ...?.. .... 7NY: |I.17IB: |' ........._ .. .._?_..I'lInnell.....?..... .". Is6/ I''l I '
and tossing ? .......... ? .... ........... 429 c
l :feet high by September ............ 7 10 ]1,1:1:10: : 1 1H J" Uupont. ? I' I ;.
storm of bright ............ :21 pi .... .....Ormond HoluL..... .......... ..
air 1
Into the a perfect 1 rr. nt 'ff 1180 I' Nlit I j pEl65: I' ............ Ormond .?........ 402 \p
colored daisy-like flowers. Sowing w r 11 60i'i'ao" I' 8 HI p i IJP ............ Daytona. .......... ". 861 p'' 51' ii
and. In Roll dwarf tho ,.. 867 p 116 p ........Port Oranxe. ........ 841 Y 1U
2 seed Into poor t 4
t ........ 822 "I
:_: _.S p20p _" 1.1"-1'"' Ar..New Smyrna ; y. .alto
,; flowers. y/i t't 10/1:/ . :21a a T 4II'M I JI Ar....... Lake Helen ..L" ills: p -
Though the large flowering COHIIIOIIidocs -aLD 10 HU 10 111) .a 465 I' .........OrariKeClty .....? 1'186 I' SIB P/Y
10 45 00 .Orange. City J-i.ictlon" 12 IIO 1 J'' p 0a
wide northern latitudetit 10-4.\ a J' .__ 4U
1 fl not over u f/6.1 FtG 2.I'ltOTECTINO 1HO: 0 lO'p J. L..........New Smyrna. .........Lv 9'17 p
)' flower till late I lu the Benson there Is a I k ...,of AI UI!( p 2: 13 p .. ?.?.?...Oak. 11 HI............J." :24I I' .. n'Itkl
3 summer or enrly flowering strain of lIOSE USBEit. MY 2Ua 10 lltl. p :3 48 I'1 --.t Ar...........Tltitsvlll" ........... 2 oA p ; 9
and compact draw the top together and tie with aIItrlnl 80& I'-ao-a-:: : ::: =,.= A..8lLnrord..J.Y' II: OA.---
inoro
IF this plant dwarfer Keep: these strips. of nettingfor ............;'II'L*? all 20 s..,.,.,... LY........._...I.nr"rd..Ar .........,.. 10 elli
i than the other, thnt begins to : :22: a'IU 8H\- '2-48!j) ..._-XI tu nv I lie...........A r 9: 08p' to
d bloom scntterlngly/ sometimes even In UHO cacti winter. Fig. 2 shows the . Four Sailings Each Week . ............ II 11 p p 8 :21 P ........?? .. ...__...>. Cocoa .............Lv 157 p. 7t p t Y
+; 1f till eurly autumn work complete. .......... p 5 :'.H\ p....?...... .....Kock ledge.......?.. ." 184 I' .. 50 0
l : ?'i June and Increases .. ........I,,118s'.. It 8fI' ,,,.,.Rockledge total...... 12. p
.i It remains amass I Another WilY of protecting roses ? i'oontft .... ___.. .. uallle....... .< 1241 .
from which time till front YORK ............ I' 411 I p... ". .K u p iy
. I (those that are planted In masses) 1 III BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW .......... 1 1 I U .. 4 21 I' ..?.. .. _...Melbollrne......?. 1282 P .. pt ",,,
of bloom.A ...... .....',1366. 4 DO P ........ ? ..._.....Bebaatlan ?....... 1760.. ,I n
Dellaht to the Amateur. to bond each\ shoot carefully down to ............I 1 If2 \ ii j 6 44 I' ... ,... .........."Ht. Lucle.......? *' It 01 . 1: 86 P ''-
the ground and hold it In place with Calling at Charleston S. C., both ways) 4 20 .. I OJ) .a''' 6 OO P ........ fort IMeruo...__. 10 115 I. p' p lii
i.. Cosmos is pleasant flower to cultivate. ............ 2 as:! ,x1 1 a 20 ......_ 0....._._XlbbalU _.....-.. 1022. .... -t, 17 .'
It In entirely free from Insects stakes. Then cover the whole !bed with Finest in the Coastwise Service : ) a'> 0:11: .....- _._Eden ?.......- 10 lit s1.' ... .. -I I p'
" of leaves straw and place The Steamships -.2.: : a 02\1\) ......__ _.. _Jensen_.??_ 1013 a 1.?.._. 2JYp
tine for cut flowers blooms constantly a foot or dry .. .. _......__. .. .. ..
tit ...... .... a .init .8138. p......?... "._. ...Stuart 1001 a 98TpI
1 jand profusely, and, as aerial or Incipient a pleco of eighteen Inch wide wire netting I Tho Clyde New England and Southern Lines. .??...". II II 7 04 ...... .. .........., Hobe Bonnd ...__ 9 81t a....,. .."j ;,,8 pi
mulentldo of around the bod. Hold this netting .......,..;.. 3 m a 721 ?....Weal JopLl..r...._ 9 21 .1..... .. 84s pi
form all along the ..... "
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Tools Direct boivlce Between e 07 olIO a 7 66 p Ar..We.t..almlJellc. 81'>0 a q 13
branch cuttings, are easily root- In place with stakes and the mulch a27 l si.160, ft! 821 I' Lv........ Palm lieach .........Lv 840..I 801 P 1010
overy Jacksonville Boston Providence and all Eastern Points. ..West Palm iJeacb ._.Ar 816 788
.
6:17: a 6 Oil) sI 8 81 I' ? > I IU
ed. Then, lowering branches can be will not blow away ............ ft. SS a, 8 611\ I' __ . ........Iloynton .......M.LTtfttf .. 741t s..?-- 719 p1
put out In rainy weather at any time In ninny localities raspberry andblackberry (Calling at Charleston S. C., both ways) .......... 6 KM ..I| 0 08 p __ a ...?.Delray ,,,Tr.Fort T Sit .s.._._I ; 03 pi'1
, _... L.uderdale..... u .8 411 .. ._._
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biiHhps must bo tied to ............ 6 8.1 a 10 00 p.?- ? w .. a ? oe
.'ure to grow up 8EMI-WEKKLT 8AILI>g8.: ...........,1142 .I 10 011 p.__, _..._? Banla ._ 949. s..__ ._I 600 PI'
W Against a fence wall or side of house prevent heavy snows from stripping off Houthhnunil... ..' Iwl. Wharf, Hostel .....,..... 8 B4 a 14 20? p 00__ ._._Ilaliandele.__" II 80 .. ......,. _E 48
Northbound ... ... foot of Catherine Street: Jaokaonvlll ............ ':** ..,in AA D..._ _._.. Lemon Clif._" ., OS ..... .. 621
suitable position for a row tho now and tender nhoots that will ......__ '
Is the most 880 a T&.1061, / I' Ar...____ Miami. LvLT 100 a 610 Plii
of If a plant blows over let produce the fruit of tho coming season. ........... 8 OO .a............ ..__ !__ .Miami _'_' ..._, yip
'It lie plants.rover tho upheaved roots with Clyde St. Johns River Line. .............1081.............I..._., Ar I......Ilome.tead.......fLY ............ .........:'.In M pi I::T

I If tho soil In prepared und 'M\t.t.\\ I\\\ 1I . nmr Parlor Cars on traIn. 23,20.78,74. Buffet Sleeping Carl on trains 16, 119.28,9L .
earth and
} v
.
'j aimday.COVOKXIF.O !
BETWEEN KSONVILLE AND SANFORD. Dally except
branch that lies on
dampened, every
It will root und send up a new colonyof Kit W/R' WIUSNE '"" Stopping at PAIatka, Astor, at. Francis, Iturenfnrd (DeLand), and intermediate landIngs <<_ __ _: HC1IKI>UI.K ItKTWEKX JACKSONVILLE: AND ST. AI'GrTI'
8 S Johns River, commencing Wuilnuxilay. November IS, 1000.\ No. "
the St. '
oil 31Dally
branches loaded with flowers A Im S WII( PoJr No. 23 No. 27t No. 29t No. 43 'uanyEx.MonEn. | ,No. 35tjNo. 99tNe 93tAI''

'beautiful floweringhedgn may be made STEAMERS "CITY JACKSONVIL.LK": Had "FKEIVK DeMAKY' BOUTUBOCNDLv Dally Dally Dally Dally Mo: DallyDally| I Dally ':'Ef,

of few cosmos plants.. ; "t; 2NUPPOwT Leave JaokfiativiMe. dally except Satnrd .at 3.30 p. m. I Returning - -
" .this way n ; appotntail to nail an follows: ".y
. .t ire JacknonYllleArSt.. 8 00 .. 9OO 9 20 a 110 p1O 2 60 pi 8 00 p 4 20 p 8 20 pHf80> '
. Cioldon Glory of Autumn. .. leave. flan. lord, daily except Sundayn'at 0.30 .. m. Augnmlne_ 0 OO a 10 OO 80 a 2 1O p 8 M p| 4 00 \p| .6BO I'l 920 )I'..l 9 80 jilOtt

The showiest of \Its! class and, Indeed VOll BEBUY BUSHES. 80uth.llollnll North r .' .
SCHEDULE 181NO.14 99lNo.
Iteed No. 74 No. 30t No. Oill5ro.HNo' torn 9211"Dally t.E

of almost any plant Is the giant yellow The usual stakes and supports are lu !Read. 3301'down.. m. . ... .... ....... .. ...J.ekenv ... .. ... ............ .... .\rrlve aoO up.I..v. a. m. NORTHBOUND \ Dally Dally Dally ,.'sXnE.I LP|\ ."Y |I Dally I OnI/Et, ,
colored cosmos.. It makes the way of the cultivator. Fig. 1 shows .... ... ...... .. ...... leave s CO m. -
or orange Leave S 411 p. m. ....................... ... .I.alatk. ...... 11.
? afi
plants of larger/ and courser foliage un excellent plan for supporting the Leave 300 a. m. ..... .. ...... ... .. . .. Astor ............ ..... ..... Leave 1Sf p. m. LV St. AuKUHtlne A 40 p 610 p 620 p 12: 1O p U 11140 a 680 7 40 iJ 620 .1M>
Leave 430 a. m. ........... .... ..NE. 'r..ncl.. . ....... ... ... .... ... Leave. a 00 p. m ArJsek. .onvllle..! 7 40 p 7 10 p 7 80 plll0 p 12 10 P 1:1: 40 pi 1| 7 40.6| f 40 _. 9M<< H\\
.
than the smaller varieties and grows. bushes Fig. 2 plainly shows a sectional Leave ., .. ......... ... ..... ere.orcl ([)Land). . . ...,... ...... 1.eave 100 p. m.Arrlye Parlor. and extra..aHRre will
eo tall that It looks like n flowering view of tbe stone stakes wires and Rana.m.. . ......... ............. . S..ntord.. ... .... .... ...... ...... Leave 8S0a.w. Trains composed exclusively. hums Pullman 1 which Cars extract. teat tare la churned.becbirif
and Arrive 10a10..m' . . .. ., .. . ... .. ... .. .. ...Ellt..rprl. .... . .. .. ... .. ... . .. Leave 10 00 a. m. t Day coaches operated on those 011 no
vine toward the close of summer bushes. This method keeps tho bushes '

until lute in the fall. A flower! garden erect and gives. u clear open space between QenM Passenger and Ticket Office 122 W. Bay St., Jacksonville No. ,83 No. 91 No. 10 No Deily, 17 No. 18 No. a N... SJ

gay with this fall flower so bright rows for the cultivator and for Sun.Only. Hun.Only. nil":x, Mayport Branch Bully Only Klin. Dally.,
F.M.IRON1tONGERJa.Lout.: : : Oen. Pa.. Aitt. 122 Went Hay St.,.tackonvllleFf. sum
blazing Is one of the glories of autumn. the pickers. W. O.COOl'BH!: ., Local Frt.Aict.; Jacksonville. O. P. LOVELL, Superintoiulent Jacksonville 24X 1O 10 ji; 600 rIr Lv.........Jacksonville ........At HBO 13 80 P1 S 30 p
foot Ho .,Jacksonville Kla. .. .... 6\ 1 .
YewSt. 2 40 p 1O 5O s II 40 p 8.,4 a Ar..l' bl<> H !Rch. ? 50. 1 60 a4(0p
A IVnr ot 1'1...... A.H.VGElltV, Oan'l EMfn Pa* Aitt. ; Vorlt CLYI: MII.XB Orono Frt. Ant.? :New York 2 45 p 1O 65 a 6 46 p 81111..a ......Atlantic ll ach........ f(4" all 415 ..t.\ p
.Favorite .Remedy fur Ituhics. THKO. O. KOKK. V. P. and General Manager: 8 UO) p'll' 10 a 7 00 p "III. Mnyport. ...........Lv B 80 all 80 .. pi....
It has! been stated( as curious fact General Offices, 1'ier JO North haver, liranuh, 2JO Hroailway:New York.

"by Professor John Craig of Cornell It's pleasant taste nod prompt cures C. II. WAL.TOX. Agent, Tltusvllle, Kla.Atlantic PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI

that the Heurre Dlel pear WAR better have made Cliambuilain'H C.UlthH..mellya _______._______.____ __ _ u __ __._ ________ -- - ---- ----
favorite with Iho mother of Close Connection Made at Miami with Steamships ol the P.O.. S. S. Company In
known In this. country twenty-five

years ago than It is at the present time coughs small clilldruu.und cold.*It end.quickly: prevents' elites auy' their dan. Havana Key West and Nassau

curious bccauso tho tree Is a reliable get' of pnuumouln! 81' other noiloiitt o navquenoeH. Coast Line R'y. ,

grower producing large/ handsome Ic not only olives croup, but Three Sailings Each Week.

fruit, and he hardly knows why it has when| given an soon as the croupy ooneh: Trains discharge passengers at ahlp'g glJe. No transftu.

not been more extensively planted. appears will prevent the attack. For Thnae Time Tables show the times at which trains may b8 expoctod: to arrive at and tip
i Specimen tre *s are found in a great ante by all dealel8.I. TIIUOUGU SCHEDULE from thesnveral. stations but their arrival or departure. at the time. stated Is not",a...
la this be held reoponalbla for delays orany consequences. arising iharcirTor \
of the country but largo nor Company any
many parts
1 plantings are practically unknown. the Dahlias EdibleS Florida? Georgia, Alabama, Virginia, Copy of the LOCAL, TIME CARD or Other Information

The fruit may be described as large The statement N sometimes seen "
"SEE, THE TICKET AGENT.
'to: very largo obovate in shape; nkln since the renaissance of the dahlia to North Carolina and South Carolina.
FU
popularity that its tubers are edible. J. D. RAHNER. Asst. den'l Pass. Agt., ST. AUGUSTINE.

On this point American Gardening The Great Highway of Travel Between -- - -- -

printed a note a season or two ago

from J. A. McDowell, City of :Mexico I Florida, the East, West, North and South. LinesSPECIAL

:vtz In which he says: "The dahlia, thougha Mallory

native of Mexico( and discovered by

e Humboldt is not known as edible, like CONVENIENT SEKVICE, ELEGANT PULLMAN EQUIPMENT: MAGNIFICENT.

other flowering roots: such as Tlgrldlaa, DINING CAHS. .

which lire eaten like potatoes either STEAMSHIPSLargest
PASSENGER-EXPRESS
'
\iolled." NEW YOKK AND FLORIDA SPECIAL.
roasted
or
IQUTK OF THE ( "I>IXn; FLYER"
4 FLORIDA AND WEST INDIAN L'T'D.'Fr.ERRATED and most thoroughly equipped passenger steamships ou the cowl j

r To Cure a Cold In One Hay I MONTGOMKKY L. A N.
4- 1'nAIS'
-NO OVERCHOWDING-
(
FLORIDA LIMITEDCONVENIENT
&
:Take LAXATIVE!: BKOMO QUINIMK Tab-' .CHICAGO( oIf!'
lots Dinghf", reliant tile money II" MPORTANT STATEROOMS ARE POSITIVELY GUARANTEED
BEURKB DIEIi PEAltS. fails to cure. RV.. Grove's signature METHOD OF TRAVELING. ships an no tickets will bIt sold to exceed the numherofbtr'or
changing when fully ripe Pharmacy. '' mile tickets good, over 15,000; miles of railroad em- mdi'icrvice '
pale green, In each box 25o. Red Cross ATLANTIC COAST LIMB 1,00) the seating capacity of Dining Halls thus Insuring ..passengers\
to light yellow dotted with russet! ---.-.--- racing all portions of the South, on sale at all principal agencies, at rate of $25: .. ,
flesh Is white from date of purchase. For full, complete and reliable and attention.
markings.: The yellowish Iluiainu Kollnarv Too L.t. acU. Limited to one year
tender buttery and melting but is Inclined A tree should ripen Its wood and Its Information regarding rates, schedules, Pullman .lervlce etc., call on Agent, or a
to be stringy. lu quality it la : leaves ut the same time and at the dress:
W. D. STARK Tray: Pass. (See Schedule of Ships la Florida Times.Uulon)
BOYLSTON Dlst. Pass. Agt. Agt.
good. In Moason It rlpeun! lu central normal time. It It holds beyond the 'RANK C. ,
but will I have 1J8: West Bay ht., Astor Building, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
keep
November as
New York In proper time say November NORTRIncluding
J. CRAIG, Gea'l. Pass. Agent, WILMINGTON. N. C. LOWEST HATES TO NEW YORK AND ALL POINTS
,till December. It may be said that had trees do. It teijds to weaken the W. = the
-- -- delightful DAYLIGHT t SAIL through
Beurre Dlcl succeeds as a dwarf on buds for the next year. I contend that --.------ -- - ,

quince stocks. It is a variety that Is what makes the so called tender varieties FAMOUS "SEA ISLANDS."

+ .should receive general attention. of peaches. For; fifteen or twenty >
more .u..JEiIAIR
JB<> reRanl1
I have noticed that certain varieties Ei.JE::: .. Through tickets sold to all northern points for full Information ]
years aiw"1
tractions offered by no other line; diagrams, reservation, tickets, etc.
A Good Cnnnliifff Flam. hold their follago very late in

The Ilotno Claude plum is unquestionably the fall later than all tbe rl'lIt.U.. LINE RAILWAY. IHAS.. DAYIES Fla. Passenger Agent, 214 West Bay Sleet, Jacksonville, F Ett! r

the best. plum for canning or Skillman, New Jersey.FIFTY .

preserving. It grows to its highest
WEST
FOR
perfection In western. New York and HAVANA NASSAU PORT TAMPA MIAMI KES

1 for many years has been n money SAVANNAH, COLUMBIA CAMDEN\ SOUTHERN PINES, RICHMOND,

maker for the \largo growers. For the CENTSIN : WASHINGTON: BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA NEW YORK, Peninsular & Occidental Steamship Com pan it

garden there Is no sweeter plum
"I,"""I
when fully ripened\ on the trees in September Jnlteil Btate. Fa.t :Mall. Route for Key (Went Went Indies an.1 the JtabiimatroiHiRod i

Old plmu caters prefer fruit . Two Elegant Trains Daily . I' Balling In Effect on the Dates. Ph.wtamuhle c to Clianiie and Imlli'Hin l II'"III"'"'

of English varieties to the copper flavored Without Notion

Japans but tile latter have captured conditions the Seaboard Express Seaboard Mail. Miami-Nn..., I.lne.
some Heiuion imw.\ Swumnhlp ">!lanil."
both tho market and the people. I I.fT'ctlve from Miami. Fla. with January 2H 19OtI. ''I
-Country Gentleman. gain from the use I.v Miami..Iron, Weil a 00 pni J.T vaMaii". .. Tu...'Chl1",, 9 atAr I'I
I of Scott's Emulsion is MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT. Naavun..Toes.; Thura, Sat.. . . 1\ 30 im Ar *il u>i.... ... Wed, Fri Bun
Port Titinpn-IlnTnna. Line., "'1.. Kvy West.SteameUlI.'lPllvette" .

very rapid. For this ONLY LINE Operating Dally Through Sleepers Jacksonville to New Orleans. ,; TE1ert'Y' from Port, |Tampa( n..., with"Manootte.railing December" 14 111011Lv : N'

1 ''STRAY PETALS I reason we put up a Port Tampa....Sun. Tuen, Thir ur ... .Ii 4Opm Lv Havana. TII.'I'hl1r..1.
I Key \\e .Mon, Weil, Frl. . . e so nm Ar ; I'I'a'
fifty-cent size which is For full Information and sleeper reservations call on any Agent I.v Key Went .. .. .Molt. Weil frl. H 30 pm Lv Key Weat..T.eThun.y"t.. a
Uubus reflexus, a novelty in the line write Ar Ha.an..Tue., Thur ,8 t. aaoam. Ar rortTarupa..Wed.rl.8'1,

M of decorative plants took a special enough for an ordinary Seaboard. or .. 1UI..ml-lI..y.a.. Line ,..... Koy "Writ.liKWiuoh. .

prize at the recent American institute cough or cold or usefulas A. O. MACDONELL, Asst. Gen. Pass Agt. S. C. BOYLSTON Pass. Agt. Season Blfectlve from 1\1I1UD1.. Ht' ain Fla.hlp. with Hhtnncoock'8..111111. December and 'IIaltfaXJ U. 1"16.'" II

4 show. I Lvl\lIaml.\Ton.Weol.: .rt.. ...... 9tolam L.Ilevene.. . . MOll.W.d..Frl 'fAr
a trial for babies JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. Key We.t..l\I..n, w n(. Fri........10 011 pm Ar Key West .. 'Dn. We..rt. 4
a Tho new rose Ulchmoud receives Lv Key WesC..Tu8fl. 'I'bn.\at! . I 00 I.v Weet..Tn".hnnt. Pat
am Key
and children. In other Ar.... . ... . . ", c..- 6a
much admiration not only for its beauty -- -- -- .u. >HOB, >nun, one. vooani Ar Miami.. . ..Tue 'J nur |
but for its easy growing qualities. conditions the gain is 80 YEARS' For Reservation Apply to O. Lawton. rhlldg, Co., Oeu'l Agt.. No. K Nert'd"10'Ifaana \ I
Cula- TlB"' '*
First prize in the red class was slower-health cannotbe FOLEY'S EXPERIENCE1Nfl R. H. Sawyer': Co., Agent. -OTTOU, :N. P. j. W. Norris,Agent| For' j
awarded to the Catherine Duer or Newport I L. li. 5inghnml'icket Agent ron Talnl'a, FL.. Iii.".yd
built in a day.In C:MI.BraiUev. Agent. NlatolF1 A.c. Eh mAgen1 ,
dahlia at the Newport horticultural : up TlulluI>.nl OI>. City Ticket Agent No. 3, Bernaia Street. llv. .u... L' "C bOo|
; .
show The flower measures seven such cases Scott's IlIfDnutloD .*.* W p..en..''r ..n
to eight Inches in diameter, opens out Emulsion must be takenas .HaJotleyV.'S l uh.ArinllyHChaateaL.1Mvert.tManager. . P. J."Allnel"nt. traft'!i' "IF.
Hat and r.hows no center. The petals HONEY INoT AR This abrogates previous 1101k... J.ck..lIle. Jere
nourishment food
'
a
;Are very broad and the color growing ; Ta

red. rather than a medicine.It's Prevents Serious Results "'f' ISiAmsCxHInNHR: Always Rcmemberthe Full N

J I Huddleln varlublll, a comparatively food for tired and rs 8aAevnne .
a ..
sending aBkelf h ami / B
new shrub, grows! live feet high and From a Cold. .. rtMhi our l>,lr *tm frmi wither r::: :ZIn..f"n
.- weak digestions. .. prtihahlv pntvnt.hlrt. Cinimtinl' M".
: produces very pretty racemes of rosy Remember the ct.m..trictlTC witiietitlnl. MANOQOOK on 1'.11,. L axativeBromo QUIDIDCures
-.5 lilac flowers with an orange spot In the nameFolsy's nail I'I:: \ l Muiin
"..".l lor Itee s.mrta and Tar. Insist ken Jt La r.c.trvtprhJ.OtCd
'dy center. Hanty wtfhoat chni'BSt Intb*

; Among the new nephrolppls Is Barrowsll upon, having the genuine. Scicntiiic Rm ritan.A

originated In Massachusetts Scott & Bowne. 409.415 Purl St. Thr.. .I!].. 350. eoo, I.OO .. .. . ., a Cold in One Day Grip in
New York h" >m<>!7" lll>l f"r tKj wrvklr.' Tjimit rlr.culntlon ,
and distinguished by very regular habit Cb.als.. Prepared only by :rat any. tt30t.i.h:: Terma, $3 arqr .
r four ee ul.alar.
t of growth and perfect development lOCo anJ It.oo. All drum-Ills Foley Company Chlo....
of fronds. MUNN & Co.3018/0--- York 25c.

lied Cross Pharmacy. ttnuiiin' uniu., sal r Wutiloatua,D. c. tv rE. on DoL





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COAST ADVOCATE TtTUSVILLE. FLA', APRIL 13; 190G. 1

.

JACIHONVILLI ROADS AND MOTOR CARS. Itlieiimattam Makes Ltfe AYTOXA IlKACll.
miserable.A .
---
--
HOTEL KflTert of Good IIllrh....". .. No<*J bAn happy home Is the moat valuable
INDSOR An JACKSO VIr.r.E'iS: FINEST AND FLORIDA'SLARGEST Whatever the reputation for recklessness mankind, but you cannot enjoy Its comforts The Seaside Inn UAYTONA HKACH, FLA. ,
If from rheuma
are mitering
AND BEST \R-ROUND HOTEL. 1 and disregard for the rightsof you ,
tism. You throw aside basinet cares .
the road which many automobile when you enter your home and you can IB now open for the winter .season, under the management: of the owner,
drivers or chauffeurs have acquire, bo relieved from those rheumatic pains HORACE F. STEWART. lUmUome and now, sltuatod on Dnyt"na
the advent of tile big car la undoubtedly also by applying Chamberlain's Pain Bench, the hotel is I modern In all In Appointments, with large, .airy, pleasant
exerting a strong lntlueu.ee favorable claim One application will\ give yon relief rooms overlooking the ocean and. opposite The Maul Amusement Co.',..
to /good roads, nil Increasing Intli and Its continued use for a short Casino and Tier. Term moderato
epee which may be exerted! powerful! time will bring about a permanent cure. HORACE I'. STEW A It1'. Owner and Manager.:

when the time heroines ripe for legts For sale by all dealers.EXCELLENTJTR .
--- --- -- .
lathe assistance, suya tho Auto-Ac] ,
vocate and Country Hon<1K. An Inter ''M SERVICE.
IpI maa The Pinehurst 11\Y'l'S.IHCII( : FLO'UDA.) 01 .
eating of road
experience li related
To Ih. E..t sndVa.t. . t'1ss\ the AtUiitloCount .'
and country wnjs i by Whitman Osgoodof Line. .
Washington, who with his wife, two N.w'OUK: ANn FLOIIIDA SPKCIALThin ,
rod children and a chaulTeur made a roundtrip train Is compose 1 exclusively of ::1114! DAYTON: C. )IlKLKNAf: Prop.,. :''

t RllltiDG to St. Louis Iu his! Oldsmoblle I'ullninn Finest Vestibuled Drawing '..,".
They went by the funion old national I II Room bleeping, Compartment, Parlor,
Dlnioft, Library cud Observation oars' ,
oluctiio lighted and steam\ boated
I I White House
ANDANNEX.! II.'TOX.1l1'CJr FLOKID.Y.
!
.
bchedulo-Lv >t, Augustine daily' exropt .
Sunday, 11:10: am; l.v Jacksonville, I,
12::.>0 pn; Ar Savannah 4:.">.'> pm;; Ar
aamu.itSTHORELAND t rA Richmond ONO: am; \VuHhlngtou 10:2.1: On .SoiUircCKO avenue, near Ocean unit AuUmmbilo\ Unco Course.II ; .
am; Ar Kaltlnnuo 11:10 BID; Ar rhllalphia -
1 ::M pm; Ar New You k I 1:10:! pm. on HO Uonovaled loud Northern Cooking. Terms i moderate. ) .
ClHOAUO ANI Fl.OIIlllA L.. II nI-: ,
This train Is composed of earns class. of 18-8 10::. T,. HOWARD! Owner mind. Manager "
equipment as New York and Florida
}: k CULLENS, OWNERS AND PROPRIETORS.. Special. Schedule : Lv St. Augustine ,
-- ---- -- - -- --- 8JO: ant ; Lv. Jacksonville lliiO:: am ; Ar SI'AnUI-I'ZI': : :. ;;.
\\'i\\cross 11:1.1 I : ; am: A r Tiftou 1 :l'O) pm ; -- ,
HOTEL West Buy and Ceil.ir; Streets. Ar Macon 4:11: pm; Ar Atlanta ((1:01:[ i pm ;
') JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Ar Chattanooga 10:57: pm; Nashville'/ \
il.i: : : am ; Ar St. Louis 3:10: pm; Ar
American plan. Centrally located. Just built and opened Chicago 5:10: pm. Hotel Colonnades hKAUUKK/.K: :, FLORIDA)) ,'
IIAUI MOTOKIMJ ON A HAD 11OAU.
The above trains am In addition to the
this season. Fine cooking/ and /good table. Hot and Cold Water rond 1 passing through! Hagerstown.: Kloilil.i and l Went Imliau\ Limited, New ,

Hertford, lu. I'lttsburg. ZanesvllUs Columbiiri York and Florida Express, The Dixie
Baths, Elevator, etc. Five minutes from wharf All ;
any or depot. Flyer and other alYt"I.r\ round. trains. Now open for season 1\IO\ ; tl. ,-
Indianapolis, Teira 1111 ule, etc .
tho door. Rates $..1... to )For full Information' "Consult the.
set oars pass : 2.50 day.
s. per "The roads In :Maryland were very
Purple \Folder" or see any ticket agent NKW.OWNEKSIIIP.): '; NKW; MANAIiKMKNT.(; ): ;
good" said :Mr. Osgood, "evcu In the
Const Line
16rs.A. WALKER, Proprietor.e of the Atlantic
mountains. In Pennsylvania they were Cuisine Unexcellud. All Northern Help.

bad and In West Virginia they were 'Fewer Oiillon.s; Wears Longer Hook lets. M..
bad. In Ohio the roads better Kotow( on Application.
Travelers Hotel got ,
e New JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Fewer gallons; takes less of I>evoe '
especially around Columbus, where foiseventy
l.ellIIIOII Zinc than mixed: paints.Vvats IT. IlENNETT:
H-13 OKO.:
-On the American and Europeau Plan- miles they are an level cud longer; twice" all long lIlt lead and oil Manager y', \
Under new management. Newlv furnished and renovated. A pleasant smooth an a door In Indiana they '. :\
family home. Rates: American Plan, $2.ll:. and $2l CO; European, SOcts wore fair, but in Illinois and :Missouri\ i
and up. All cats form Union Station stop at the door. -well, the next time I tfJ over those The Walton .

II. W HANCOCK, Proprietor. roads it will be with a flying luuchine The Clarendon HK.UIUKKZK-DAYTOVA: : L(

e i beautifully located Riverside Hotel, at Green Cove Springs, Is under the They were simply fearful. We bad 1 FLOHIDA. ' \ : '
same management. no bad weather,

"I never knew before what an excellent Self-Locking I' .
; \
MAGNOLIA S1MUNGS. index to tho character of peoplethe "
roads which cut through the country :;; Open= J.J.iJNow
are. Where there were good roads
Tackle Block.
there were good farms; where the
Hotel
Magnolia Springs roads were poor the farms were poor. )
>
and the former looked shiftless and n E. 'L. POTTER, C. II. KNAPJ E, ;

(St. Johns River.) MAGNOLIA SPRINGS, FLA. devoid of energy and uuibltiou. We

miles south of Jacksonville bv Atlantlo Coast Line H'y, and river steamers. found it difficult to get proper food in Proprietor. 'l\anngcl.:. ,t r'I'ITUSVILLU
some of the country districts! the farmers
Uprn fireplaces In all rooms. Steam hoa. 1 Klevator. Klectilo Lights. Pure
>|"iriniater.. Dry Climate. No MoHuItoes.| %Vell-kept Holt Links, TennlM, Mending all their products Immediately d'
Klthing, Shooting. Two swimming ,pools nnd 'baths. $4 per day; special to the market." P II
weekly rates. O. D. .SEAVEY; Owner and Manager.ST. I

FRANCE'S FINE ROADS. I'
AUOUSTINi -.- '
Breitwisch Villa TITUHVILLK: FLORIDA.Late .
Million* of Uoll.r. spent br he UOT.ernmcmt "
early. For lllirhwwr.
There are some things iu tho old ( Sombler Cottage) Good hoard and Attention..

world from which America "should, KKlbOXAULK<: nA'n*; 'i.;

draw instruction and wisdom, Bay the Two doors from F. K.: C. It.llway\ :Station: Tltusvlllo.Mils. r

OTEL ALCAZAR ST. AUGUSTINE. Kansas City Star. Franco has the J, llHEirWlhCH, Proprietress. $
best roads. on earth, divided Into tourclns.'R
----- --- -
: First, national; second, departmental -
; third military and fourth, PEACOCK HOUSE, TiriTMVILLE, KLA. .
t"
National l roads built
communal. are Flmt-cliiHH Hoard! at KoaMonabln !lutes., Restaurant and Retell Orouory in I
Now and kept up by the notional treasury; connection. 3111$. M. I.. PEACOCK, Prop. i
<;%i Open .;iE- department roads are a charge upon r rNELIIOUItNE
the departments through which they
pass; the military roiuU are usually : : :,
kept by the government but sometimes --------

the government is aided In this MKLBOUHMK\ FI.OHIDA.
'
JOS. I). GREAVES, Manager.tel work by the departments through New Hotel Carleton, Ilruvnrd CUll nty. t p

which the roads pass. The communal "Highest and Healthiest Point on the INDIAN 1UVKK.' Hotel' ,1 ," ,
rOIl<1 like our civil district and, town- with wide veranda. Sanitary: plumbing, glut-light\ : bath rooms on t,
ship roads are kept up by the communes every floor, and private butlis, furnaoe heat and good drinking witter. .
but even these receive assistance Two blocks) from Railroad station, and near Crllne- Creek launch f ', I
from the government when they. etew harbor. Excellent )Fishing an.11I l l untlnl(. hates:$:J.fiO per day.J. .

pass through thinly populated\ regions. M. FKUUUHON.:
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St ST AUGUSTINE FLORIDA.
George The departmental roads are thirty-nine

foot width.wide, and the oilier roads vary In Hotel Bellevue, MELBOURNE, FLORIDA ), !

ENLARGE AND IMPROVED SINCE LAST SEASOX. Not )low than JT.OOO.OOO) Is annually A healthy winter. resort oti "high pine limit, overlooking Indian; River s

expended by the French government In i Hfttiis: (:j and upward per day Special rates per week or season.
Elevator.; Steam heat In! every room. Private Baths... Flrst-chum, u|>-to- making new road and, repairing old -Write for rates toMAliA -
ones. This work gives employment to i
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date hotel. .2l&0 and up per day. Send for booklet. 3T..OOO persons, and
the ronds Is something over 3r OOOOmiles. Manager. Proprietor, "
Owner and The roads nre so well constructed I' If 1
B MONTGOMERY, of Huestis House, Saratoga: Propiletor.te \
that one single man can keep
.'.\1.1'1 IIKACII.IBocucli. I .
ten miles In repair If furnished\! with
Is claimed to be the Finest Tackle .
I pllos of broken stone placed at Inter' ,, lock In the World. ST. AUGUSTINE.FLORIDA.. vals!'! along the road, and a cart for distributing ', ,
e Hotel Granada :; tho stone. Every rut and Thousand. of them hi use I throughout: : Club Ocuf: I
hole as fast as made Is) tilled.llr the North. \Knnd testimonials. from
(Inoorporatod) '
those who use them.
.MANAGEMENT.:
NEW
UNDER .. .. .. .. / block Is mniloln 1 various
de ail r t of Nell Mnrvr This load-holding OPEN JANUARY 13TK.
the Ponce
Most beautifully situated on the Alameda, directly opposite several punt the department shapes anil sizes. of WOOD, IKONami Jtf
Leon and Alcazar hotels. 'fhe dairy, poultry and vegetable products used For years lutes 1 been operating : imONZK Will work equally well Adjoining grounds of Hotel Royal Polnclann, Palm Ileach, on the north
In the Hotel Granada are drawn from our own farm. Kates |2.0: per day of agriculture '
chain wire
upwards.. Kooms, alcove, single or en suite, with or without private soil surveys I various parts of the with rope, or rope. down
Will kilt height upside ,
WOl
any Breakfast Luncheon and Dinner at all Hours.
the of determining -
for
baths. Special rates per week and to parties. Unite( States purpose' horizontally or at any angle, and will
I'i-',. FULLER A: McORATH. / the value of special' crops. stop and lock at any point. ,

-__--- __ n._ -- - - More: than CO.OUO square inllex hate already Invaluable for every kind of business First-claim Chef, Cuisine and, (Service. : ,'
teem mapped, end records of the whem. a block ,In needed, frequently nuvIntr .
-C> rte :Members:
]).\.YTOSA.tel and of POn. : : Only:
surface and subsoil constituents / the labor of one man or more. '
drainage have been made Ileyoml the Nothing like 11 for bunging or stretching Orders received for Dinner Parties of any number at all hours m

value to agriculture the Importance of / wires. r.. .

; Grand Atlantic DAYTONA, I tile Information thus gathered Is being All blocks fitted with the famous :S1V YOUK. ,

FLORIDA. appreciated by the war department In 'V ALTo. ,Visro.v HOI.LKH! BKAIU.VO.Address .
possessing data for military\ roads Incase -- -- -- ---- - --- - --- .
all communications to the
t of necessity says the Good Roads.
:Magazine. !Hmh! information at the .
The Most Beautifully Located Hotel In this Resort-directly on the time of the Spanish war would have Walton Self-Locking Block Co, Hotel Marlborough

lUlifax River Only hotel with large lawns. 2,000 8ll' ft. verandas. prevented the election of pestilential ,

!Spacious office, Sun Parlor, Billiard and Smoking Rooms. Four Piece camp like that established at Chick- (Incorp<>rl\ted.)) Broadway, :3'th! and 37th Streets, New You k. }

Orchestra. Rooms single or en suite with bath. amauga. These surveys will doubtless Office and Waroroom4UI Atlantlo Are." .
All modern conveniences. Completely Renovated" and transformed In every deplu tntent. Moat centrally 1
and of great value, too. !In determining Near Itowe'n Whnrf Elevated hint Ion.
Rates.: 250 per day and up; $12 SO; and .1 1VH> per week upward. prove highways for the many uses of HOST'ON, MASS located hotel oo IJrolld"a,. KLKCTKIO LIOIITS and TELKPIIONKla

peaceful life ana the scope of the undertaking OWNERS OF THE: CELEBRATED every room In the house.EUROPEAN .
Ownership's management. J. II. JOHNSON:: & SONs! way woll be broadened to WALTON YINTON ROLLER BEARING. PLAN. 4W( Room 200 bath rooms. Rate: f 1.50 and I up.

meet the demand for good roads, bothIn ward without bath. $J and upward with bath. Parlor, bedroom and I bath $3 Rand

defining the most favorable location Maniple Mlnck can h, oven at the Ar>- upward. Parlor. two bedrooms. and bath $'\ and upward. >1 1 0
the! bent material VOCATK: olHce, 'I''Itiisvllle; at the stores of
and In discovering t
.S. It. Ilubbard ('0.. sod I K.: <). Painter HWEENEY-T1ERNEY HOTEL COMPANY, ,
e Cleveland DAYTONA FLOHID.J .\. at band. A Co.Jacksonville, FI... Call and see E. M. TIEUNEY, Manager "

A Pr.srr....... Mo...m.... these blocks- working.PILES ..,!.,
In New York the state appropriation r
for bard road* bare" grown for seven JHIS! IMMH:

S. I*. GREEN, I'rolrietor.e years a* follows: 1898. $50.000; 1809. Dr. \WIlliam, Indian I'\le\ Ointment J JI
$:;; .tW.' 100O. I15O.OOO:; ; 1901, $".!oOOO; will cure Blind, (Bleeding' Ulcerated and Visiting Cards and Invitations1ty -

- 100) $. $793.01111903.: $JOOOOO( ; 1DO-I. fl.- tchlntr" Pile. It absorbs" the tumors,
108.2Q5; total $J.I 73.203. hut the coun allays the Itchlou at once, acta a..* a pool- I $
ties' have outstripped this by making mice, gives onload I relief, Dr. William I ',
e Cedars' DAYTONA, FLORID.J .\. appropriation during this period .. Indian Pile\ Ointment Is prepared for TE)) AT )

follow' : 1'19-1. $03.872: 1800. *42$70; Pilesaad Itching of the private parts.
Every box 'la gnaran'eed. Moll| by dragbv r rEAST
SEW HOUSE. HOME COMFORTS.DAY :: 1900. $431.227: 1901. $1.055,674: 19O2. //&I".s.. mall fur .Vie a..1| *l THE ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING OFFICE
BOARD.' NEAR HALIFAX RIVER. I1.74.S.11S; ; 1W3. $2.198.623; 1JKM. $2,- WILLIAMV! M'I"G.1'OProp'.. .
033.855: :; : total. $1. 1312. CUvelaod. O.
I le MRS. WJT. JACKSON, PROPR.


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EAST COAST ADVOCATTITUSVILLE. FLA. APRIL 13, 1906.

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l'a -A GKAND DISTRIBUTION OF
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N.1tM hIf.rf....rl.aflf.IfM+fNsiIfY..rlit.....4>... KlfIftf.rf* A SUGGESTION. COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS. -


s I 'Ve have been dealers In dins The following was crowded out of outlast Titusville-) Fla., April 3, 1000. HANDSOME HAT RACKS

1 : DIAL| I I I1)1) IM J *. mends and other precious atones week's, Issue for want of apace: Town Council, of the town of Titus

i l Editor BaH Count Athofnta' : ville, met In regular session, April :'Ird l I

5 **************, **********$: since' the establishment of our |: Tltusvllle has, for the last ten years, 100(1{)()( at the council chamber Present: DEAR FRIENDS : P

E. E. Rollins, chairman; W. S. lirannlng,, a shipment of handsome Metal Hat I It ,.
devoted all of Its above those kF"The
g; business In 18' 8, and direct Inlporters for more than 20 years :J required for an economical revenues administration E, L. Brady and D. B. Prltchard members Lon Rack,"which we are going to distribute among "III. < IKt'nno"U i 1

of Its affairs to the reduction of the ; B. R. Wlllson mayor; .1. N Wal- means of advert Ling our business and increasing our sales, HIP "ontr f' "I
5: ==We save you the middleman's profit= ? bonded Indebtedness Incurred at the ler, marshal; J. D. Enms, clerk. we have with the manufacturers enables us to place one each of. t 'heal, ,nTi: "kl

time of the shelling of Its streets. The Minutes of last meeting were read .and advertisement In every home In this vicinity. The Ruck will be II', ",, !
i'' t >f bonded indebtedness originally amount approved. any home, and It Is our earnest desire\ that you secure oue. ameDI I

11 aS ed to l7nOO| ), drawing eight per cent Intel Communications: A letter from Mr.
CC/lo/ ({ .V
Robert II. Weeks In regard to a
Wit ITU VCR OUR ent. This has been educed to $1,000 copyof ,
the New Smyrna booklet, was read. "'I
and tiers are about fclMMMM) In warrants
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JKU'KMCHS: : IftirOltTXKH, VATAUUFJ.t: outstanding which also draw eight Mr. G. !M. Robbins appeared before '':\ '! ::, : W'T
per
I j talk _F. ..< )
the council and gave an Interesting "' '
'J Interest.
: *::: 41 Went Buy St. Jacksonville, Fla. _ :-X cent There are a number of public Imptove- In behalf of the city dock extenxlon, and n: M+wM.

r $ ********************************************-********* ments very much needed namely: city drainage.A / sealed ,tF ry4a .
made
motion was to receive
A Town Ball and H.ioni.
t --- ..- . A Chemical Engine Engine and )Fire Appar bids to extend the city dock l>3 feet, wlthi ? : '\ ,

""'k 3=:t.. x*. 1WC: >TLC>""V"Q" BREVARD COUNTY SCHOOL atus. a bulkhead 12x30: feet, bids to be received -
/ The ponds within the town limits by the towncleik.cn or before lii I '
BOARD should he drained. April lOih, 10011. Also to receive bids on to

The Town Wharf should be extended repairing; the old part of city dock. l}. '"

The Hoard met at 20::! p. m., Apr. 2nd, and n suitable bulkhead built so as to Plans and specifications to be found '. lit
with clerk. Motion carried. _.
make connection with the river. city
IDJWI' 10(1(1.( ( Present R. E. Minis cbalrmnn I '
; ; Other needed Resolutions, : Whereas the ladies of ... 1 / \j.1
Improvements are upon '
::. E. U. Arnold, A. J, Carter, and J. H. the streets. the Progressive Culture Clul have inter- .. '. ;tr::; .

Walker secretary.The I believe a uew l Issue*>f $::;.000 In bonds rested themselves In the drainage of the '
could be sold at not ponds, and the sanitary condition of the
minutes of the last regular meet- par, drawing over
read and five per cent Interest. $2,000.00) of this town, and have solicited and obtained SIZE OF RACK 12 feet 6 Inches long; I foot 3 Inches high
RYE wt ustar Ing were adopted.The quit a large subscription for that purpose -
could bo used to the i Indebtrdnexs
present -
} Treasurer's report for the month which pay would up reduce the interest now, therefore, be it'reaolved that THE LION RACK shown above Is made of metal!, highly! polish)

of Mar. road and found (OHO the street committee proceed at once to finished In the latest Jupanene. Hcroll-work, each corner III l ornamented war
was presented from eight to live per cent. $:!, ) .
carved solid metal lion's head, a handsome deep fruined,
to run the heavily heavy
a competent belt
get surveyor
correct, and the redeemed. warrants cancelled moro could be used to secure the building of the Rack. each Rack
On
and tire which would proper lines and furnish the necessary plate mirror. adorns the center there are two doj
and filed.Klnnnotal. / apparatus estimates to have the work properly and four M",gli> Oriental. shaped' hooks, making a total of sixteen bangers I
leave ) for other
Statement.To $1,018).18) more Improve- done and report at the next meeting of TH E LION RACK Is not only ornamental, but Is "tIODt! and! ilurablil

ments. ho[ town council, also as to cost of filing the utmost our a..I.lnll| are token In Its maniif.icture. The materials cad
Hon A. A. Clerk of Circuit Court .20000: ) will bo received during the
Stewart i
.
and It Is ounstrucled thoroughly Hkllled
by
bear ind
the
I same with palmetto floor or sand. very i 'xperien
the which be used
from
Sir-in compliance with Section 3, Chapter year county, can
v. Ivw.4M1'' mechanics. It Is of the most attractive Hall[ Hacks that hug
Reports of J. N. Waller, marshal and Duo eve' been ]
4:M.!. Iowa or Florida, we hereby ale with you on the streets; and considerable money piton
Fine Liquors, Wines, Beers, the following IteinliiRil utateinent of all nionevvrenelvmt. has been raised and collector, and J, D. EnnU, clerk and the irmkeC as It Is absolutely new and unique)' In design.
already more can
I MiiiiroprlAtlonn" made, and warrantsImiiinil treasurer, were read and on motion the The distribution of the B handsome Racks will In no 'wise alToci. mr' prtl
Ales, Stout Eto.dT ' for the uiontli ending. Apr| !2, ItfOO. bu raised by private HubHol'lptlontohelp
the
bore Shall l In best
drain the same were approved, and warrants or- In all (roods you buy we persist giving/; you and the mo.1t]
Warrant. ontntumllnn at last ponds.
8end me your orders I hool fund ..:.,,5.... reportBounty (HHHH41' / The county has agreed to pay half theftX1'enRe dered to be drawn as follows: your money can buy anywhere.We .
TITUS VILLK and CJCOA, FLOIIIDA H| iHeued at this n..tlnlCConntyaohonllnDI. | -- handsome Hat Rook, Our proportion. which tumbles. you to secure me of I tRacks II
Court-house that I believe an Issue
; so 1288 Titusville Electric Unlit Co $ 75 00
.. In the offer made by meichanc.
'IOO'l TI greatest any
Hpeclul tax school Dist No 1 2 UUf 1,0(19( 31 of (=.000.00 in bonds would be sufficient. 1289:! B L Brady & Bro horsefeod, 10 :30: Yours truly,
Robbins & Graham CoIncorporated. --- A special tax of two mills will cover 121)00 A Stewart. office rent. . :9 I 00
Total, ........... ........ .... ll,5Jfl 70 the interest on these bonds, and a special 1201 Ennls & Fort bs work . 1 45 PENNEY: :: :se.rrIrJN: ::: : :
Warrantii IMar. IlKK)
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i County eUiool pan fund... .... .. 1,0(1932 tax of four mills will provide a sinkIng 12U.2:. J I) Eools salary for Mar. l 00
a ( .) fund, which will take up one $50000 121M" fees on costs, . . 5: 00) MEN'S &
PAID UP CAPITAL t!;!: .OOO.OO S O.IXIT/ 44 bond each year so that the entire Issue 1204 J N Waller . I 6 00 UP-TO-DATE CLOTHIERS, BOYS' FURNISHER

Total now outstanding. follows can be paid up In ten years. This would 1203" sanitary. . . . . 3200( ) --Ti.1.u's-v-i.1.1.0. loricLctVVVV2ardware : --
This company owns County Mihool fund .. .... $ TIC23 14 make a special tax of six mills to take 12UIJ"( salary for Mar . 5)l) 00 == .
Special tax school Dint. No I. Il41 fill$ OJWT 44 care of the bonded Indebtedness, whileat 1207 Fla Star pub tax notice. 3 20 .- -
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31ZEST: : : TotalcaMh on hand... .... .. ... TTT 00 present eleven mills Is being levied for 1208\ E 0 ADVOCATE local ad. . :2 70

the Indian Rlvei Country; On the St. Donclt In funds...... .. .... ,_:__i M this put'pose. 1200: K: C L& :S:! Co lumber, . . . 53 :: : ., Stoves, Oils
Cash. llalanoos. The revenues of the town are as follows

+ Lnole River; it New River and on Bay County school fund- : Total. . . . . . . . . . $10,1 27 PAINTS CIIOCKERY; GLASSWARE, ETC.
I ,
BIsoayne. Prices tu suit the times. Bal oath on bend at tniii, report II2 A 11/ General fund, $1,350,57: ( INTEREST FUND
a Received In ,. ., Sinking fund 1.0852(1) (
Mar IIUHI I.TInOM. -
.v.
1:100: IRS Bank mot warrants 14 SG
Send for Land List Total. ............... . .S.oas 28" Interest fund, 4,07.21 on
ten warrants paid in Mar lima l.iKin, 8 9 B8 ni ,eoC1q
Offices at Tltuivllle and Miami Fla. . Total, . . . . . . . . $JOB 13
r Y, ;. Special tax school Dlst. No. 1- Total, *->,8ID.04- ---- '
The Board adjourned to meet next
rash hand at lout. .. 144 flft
on report *S There l Is at present collected from
Reo'd In . .. . Tuesday the 10th Inst at 7 m.
Mar. IIKNI. 1'U' 27 p.
licensei S50.00\ but If the
East Coast Meat Market Nopayment. ............. f 300 00 ; county goes
dry, $50010: I of this would be lost. This -
Rpeol tax school! Dist No. trash -
would leave for
on hand 1 at hint report...$ 51 ATRuoelvad Tltusvllle, Fla., April 10, 11)00')
O. F. DUI11SN, Agent. . . Next licenses $:ro.oll:; <
" In Mar. 1006. ... 1 7J year's > Town Council, of the town of Tltusville .
No payments ... 03 00Rpncial Fines and costs 2.10.00:;
4.
met at 71". m, April 10th 1000.
a:: ,
5i"hood' fund "C" chap /5.183 TAWS.Kill Dog licenses - ::10.00)(
c:::> cash on hand! at last. ropore......... 9TH9 On Road funds from county, lilO.OO Present: E. E. Rollins, chairman; W. S.
Jiraunlng D. B. Prltchard and O. A.
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from dolln. taxes :50 00
C'ac Total ofieli. on hand 9 TTT 10 Receipts Stewart members; B. R. Wilson, mayor;

::> pa: Itemized Receipts. Making the total annual revenues In J, N. Waller, marshal; J. D. Enais,
the future, J.719.H.: ( clerk. l
d Cm pa:
County chM/l fund- (
: The present tax levy Is 21 mills while Second reading of ordinance grantingG.
=
.
w Cash on hand at last report. ,$ 390 1:1:
; Iteo'd M W Hall polls 1'904) .... .000 if bonds are voted, drawing only five per L. Mandavllle a right to erect a telephone
polls IlKin.. .;. UK 00 cent interest, the total' levy need not be system In the town of Titusville. .Vt
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"tax 11X15: I.4HT H6of
Ordinance read and
<> more than 1% or 18 mills. on motion were ap-
TR Walker vale of ollll'a 1 KT W
_C-=.I A yt romp tax in-ill to tOOl .... .ID 20$2OM 23 I suggest that: an election be called to proved. . .J'A '
:::: .- Ipecliil' tax flohool Dist No,1- vote an Issue of $7,000.00: (He per cent Bids for extension of city dock, and

tiTITUSVILLE fault on hand at lout" report... 144 H.1 10-year bonds, to liquidate the present repair on old part, were read. The bid '
r2_ =: Roa'd R W Hall tax HIM .. .. ... 101' 87CDinpt outstanding btedness and for public from M. M.Ramsey for $200.00 was the
FLORIDA.t tax ino! .,. ... -60 9 300 00 I Improvements. lowest and a motion to accept same: ,

Special tax school Dlst.No. 3, GEO. M. RoniitNS. with a bond fhr $20000.! Motion carried.It ,' ,

Cash on hand at taut report .,* 51 "7 was moved and carried that J. N.
t I Hall Reo'd romp tax liHll-S-4 ..... ... 1 13 I 63 00Special Waller be appointed to oversee said
E. Vesey On 5th will be found legal
XX [ our page a .
school fund 0" nhap5383 Laws work, that It Is done according to plans
I I Georglana'; Fla. j i 11,1011I11 on hand at last. report......., 3110 00 notice, calling for a Tltusvllle Town and specifications. Wafer :Hardware: : Co.,
Election the 22nd of
on Tuesday, May
- O. A. Stewart and D. B. Prltchard are
Bc a1i :wildrAgent Total....................., H.747 "UItemlxeil 11)0(1) ( to determine the question of Issuing appointed a committee of two to make TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.
bonds to the amount of $3,1)0000: ) .
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contract, accept bond and do what Is
for 'New Superior Motor. Expenditures ,I and thereby reducing our present tax of necessary to build dock, and have old :.........................N.NNNNNNe.
County School Fund il mills to 18 or loss mills. We presume
Have 4 h. p. on hand;call and tee It. 'eaoliorn ""...rlo.... ........Mar 9 7J5 UO nono of our property owners would oh- dock repalrd. F. A. Mono AN,Proprietor. D... E. R. BLAKKWOOD Ronl; .terml Dra,!1 1''*|
furnished J It Walker salary mipt for 71 00 A motion carried to have Ennis &
4' Estimates and prices on A J Carter per diem milage 5 1 80J. sect to having their taxes lowered P-Ed. Fort build a wagon on terms submitted ;
application. )0 II. Arnold ." 11 40 AI>VOCATE.] g
e U. IC. Minn 'S < o oo by Council.
John 1"nry. type mln for pub. 9 00 The Council then passed a resolution
I KHtnta ]Hank, Interent. ..... 24 11
relative to bonding the town for the
: THE ANHEUSER BUSCH n K IXiren. janitor No. 8 5 00 THE F. E. C. RAILWAY.Work sum
,,, American:: hook C'n, free books of $5,000 00. See resolution In ad. "'1'1. iRED PHARMACY

t..4C1.. II S bookii '411II ........ 1300Irev tusville Town Election" on page 5. 1i
Asso's Co State Hank lint ... .. U BO on the Florida East Coast Rail There being no further business the ,
Brewing J R Walker, postage,
frelfchtetn express......... ........ 360:I way Is being rapidly pushed forward, Board adjourned to meet the first Tues .. .
Haney Si'h Fur Co desks ':lA. 9 and the work of concrete construction day la May, 11)0(1( at 7 p. m. .
famous St.Louis Keg and Rot '..lllItII.64' ... ...statement 31 70 will soon commence. This work will J. D. E.NNI9! .
Ion 200
A DVOA rK poban
tied Deer.. J W Dixon work 00 No. 16.... .. 128/ consist of bridges, bulkheads, etc, and Town Clerk. : TITUSVILLE FLORIDAA
Sank Fort fierce lot Jan to Mar 4 M will be the most difficult, tedious and ,
n Bold by: Menrs.1'.A. Lesley and H 1 R P9lee.uppl'e for No I... 70 exacting of the undertaking
part great
John theory com M Co Trena. :: 6H 53 CHURCH NOTICES. -A Complete Stock of-
R. L. Motlow Tltllll1I..J'la. Win llludle suppl's for No. 10.. 8 09 9 207 71 as various large and hazardous water

B Mr. R.L. Motlow,Cocoa FIs. Total............ .......... --, -1,002 716psnlal expanses anticipation are to be of covered.In this work. and appreciating Rev. Mlllidge Walker will hold'serviceIn i PURE DRUGS AND DRUGGISTS SUNDRIES.

JOSEPH ZAPF & CO. tax school Diet. No I the fact that it .will requirethe St.:\ Gabriel'. Episcopal church, Titus .
r 1 John Henry com ai Co Treiui.. :3 60 services of n great many moo, and In ville on Sunday next, April 1\:\, at seven t Prescriptions Filled with the

Total Imue f 1,005 31 order that the demand may be met, the o'clock p. m. :
Sole Distributors, company has sent out circular posters to Utmost Care and Promptltude"W3l:
Rev. W. F. Allen will fill his regular
Attest R. E. Mms the various ot the extension requesting
: camps
,
that all of the appointment at Cocoa next Sunday, i WE WANT YOUR TRADE. GIVE US A TRIAL ORDER.
010 to 020 West Bay Street J. R. WALK bit, Chairman. present employee April 15, preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30

Secretary who desire to remain with the construction m. The morning service will be ..NN/NNNNNS .........
for their p. an .............
JACK30XVIL LE FLA. a long period notify
The Hoard adjourned) to meet Tuesday Easter service. __ _.
morning, April 3rd at StfO.:: engineer In charge at once. This l Is In u
The Board to order that the working force can be recruited
met pursuant adjournment
West End Pharmacy at HiO:: ,a. m., April 3rd, 100(1.( Pres- up to the necessary number to MONEY IN CELERY. Walker Grocery Co.,

ant: R. E. Minis, chairman ; A. J. Carter, expedite and carry on the work .

EAU OALLIE FLA.S. and J. R. Walker, secretary. When we read that Manatee. peopleare ]
The routine work of the Board be. MONEY IN ORANGES. selling celery at the railroad station F'aijGroceries
C. Hodgson M. D., R. P., the Board Stable and: : : :
log completed adjourned to for $2.25; ; per crate and recall the fact

Proprietor. meet the lint Monday In May, WHit, at that It Is a mighty trilling man and boy Fruits :\
ars.d
Oranges getting In the neigh. : T7"egrtaTolGSGraim. .
Corner of Young and Houston Streets., 2:30: p. m. are scarce that can't produce a thousand crates of
1 borhood of Tltusville and those who
JNO. R. WAI.KEU: good celery In a season, we are more Fee
have on the trees can get good prices :Hay: : : and:
Complete Stook of Drugs'( and Druggist's Secretary. any / than ever convinced that Florida is the .
1 for them. :Mr.!! M. T. Jones, who owns a
(sundries Perfumery
Cigars, Stationery land of promise and performance.- -Your Patronage Sollclted-
One in the Turnbull ham
Toilet Articles, Heath Unto In New York orange grove Tampa Times.METHODIST. TITUSVILLE FLORID.
mock boxes
Souvenir Cards, recently shipped fifty of his -

Candles, Eto and Chicago. Indian River oranges to New York and -- .
During November and December, 100), he received the nice little sum of $1.20 CONFERENCE.On I

Prescriptions Carefully Compounded. one fifth of the deaths to New York and a box for them. It pays to grow orangesIn Et:: :..._ ::E3e :c cc, : 3R0.
Chicago were from pneumonia. Foley'aloney the neighborhood of Tltusville, where
i and Tar not only stops the cough can be seen some of the finest orange- Tuesday, April 24th, the East -T ffAT VRft T1 -
but heals and strengthens the lungs and growing land In the state. '' Coast District Conference of the Methodist GROCERIES PRODO
GRAIN AND HAY AND ALL FOOD
Hodft-soii Bros. trevepts pneumonia so do not take Episcopal church South will meetIn ,
chances on a cold wearing wheRFoley' Titusville, and the Conference will We handle
away PRODUCE of all kinds. We for APES FERf"
GOOD ROADS MEETING. are agents ,
continue for five day. All the Method. coo
Honey aod Tar will cure We deal
you exclusively In the above line of and solicit the trade
ru goods
EAU OALLIE INDIAN RIVER FLA. lit ministers along; the East Coast and /
station
quIckly and prevent serious results. era. Write us for prices on Grain and all Groceries delivered at your
Marine Railway old by the Red Cross Pharmacy. Editor Z? be the of
a will guests the residents of

General Merchants and Ship Chandlers There will be a good roads meeting Tltusville. -- -------- --- -_-__------.-_u-
Low Rates to tTacksuiivllle. held at Eau Uallle on Thursday, April o-l

..Special Facilities.. lUth, at two o'clock p. m., sharp and A DANCE. w. SGNER: C
On April SOth and May hit the Atlan- we look for a good! attendance. We ex. I
For Hauling Out, Storing and Repairing tlo Coast I.Ine will sell round trip tickets tend a cordial Invitation to the ladle.

Yachts and Launches to Jacksonville for one first class fare Respectfully, Lent will be in of In-
over a couple days, I GROCER A.
1 plus :25! cts. Tickets are Rood; to return JOHEPU.: WIMIAMHOM, so Manager Brannlng tells us there will STAPLE AND FANCY HAY GRAIN FRUIT

Mention' the ADVOOATS when writing. up to and Inclusive May Utu. See ticket Chairman. be a big dance In the Opera house, Tltusvllle ,

7 agent at your neatest point. next Wednesday night, April PRODUCE OF ALL KINDS.FLORIDA.

; .To) l'rlntlug. Yours KTIA.NK truly,C. BoYLHTOff, EASTER EGG HUNT. er.the 2\tb-no Everybody: matter take how notice.hot the weath TITUSVILLE _ - =-

District Passsenger Agent.
Do not forgot the fact that at the ADVOCATE There will be an Easter egg hunt for RIVER FACTORY.TITUSVILLE .

I : office, Tltusvllle, we do job Drayluff and )(RullUIr.An the little folks: of the Methodist Sunday Cleaning and Pressing.All INDIAN ICE

printing of all kinds, neatly,cheaply and School on Saturday afternoon at three
kinds of raying! and hauling; o'clock. It will take place In the Tltusvllle FLA. :tI'j
Letterheads
expedltlously. Noteheads, attended to and Park Main work done up-to-date. Call and J Is prepared to furnish Spec1! + 1
promptly Satisfaction oa street, which has Ice In any quantity-Sacked or loose.
Billheads, Envelopes, Tags, and all other uaranteed. been nicely cleared of all trash-thanks see me. Andrew Gibson, at the Parlor paid sacking for Yachts or for Talrdealln Is my motto

F' kinds. JOHN KITTLES, Tlttuvllle. to the untiring efforts of Mrs. Rathbun. Barber Shop, on Washington avenue. family use.
T. T.
WETMORE, Proprietor.A .

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