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: May 25, 1906
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079908
Volume ID: VID00452
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 34175701
alephbibnum - 002071720
lccn - sn 96027112
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VOL. 1O. NO. 40.
TITUSVILHiE. FLORIDA.. FRIDAYMAY:: !!r. 1000.<$ PRICE 5o.
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LOCAL NEWS, ANNUAL CMJAUANCi ALl, Correct Clothing for lUeiiA:; Boys,I SPECIAL PKICIS I FOURTH OF JULY SPORTS. AMONG THE HOTELS.Take .


And Topics of General Interest Preparatory; to our Usual Yearly THE ONLY STOKE Or' ITS KIND lii KlhieN: / Clothing/ and (1 eut.s! *' lroTiumie. of fr:v' nt.. 110(0( of the hotul ads. on our

I Inventory of Stock.We IN THE CITY. Furnishing/ Oepartnient.Blue 'I Last night, at the Indian liver hotel, 7th page

J:r Rending notice ads. are ten conpr is offer everything In the Department Filled with everything that men and Serge Suite known as true blue, TI n8vlll there wits it preliminary, mootIng .
line this boys In the latest callud by the Roaid of Trade, for The A IIVOC.\TE In. on file at all the
on page.!: Store at Cone for Cash. lien wear, very styles. hold
Any guaranteed to Its color matlo by I
the
purpose of celebrating the -lili ot best hotuls In New York city.
THE ADVOCATE charged dining. this sale will be chargedat Schloss Bros leady-madu Clothing one of the leading tailors, worth |:JO,(X) July In Ti tusvlllo, and tho I'rujuctJet

",lIO per annum, in advance. the regular puce $3.(00 to $:J2! .50. for $15.00. I with the unanimous vole of all present.' The Seaside Inn and Harroun's Ap.irt-

.73 '. six months .. Sale begins: Saturday, May Il1th.!> 11)0(1\) ( By far the swellest line that was ever Men's Trousers In handsome designs, The following programme was deoldei went IIouso, Daytona Roach; Hnd. The

12.00 per an. to foreign con ntriee. and :will continue through to .Saturday shown In Tlfiisvllle. worth $3 ..II() at $:.MI! ). 'upon : Breakers, Nnabroero are now Opal ami

-Mr. K. B. Raulerson of Fort Pierce night, June 2nd. Itendy-made Pants, the largest line lOf Elastic< Seitm Dinners, In nil sixes, Free Bund Dinner Concert: -(:'apt. James Phltchau reply to receive gueittN, im will bo seen

+4 was In town on yesterday. No exceptions will be made-every beautlfnll'Rltel'nll, price $1 1 At) to $j 00. special 50 cts. J. M Oflbun ,Hint 1. N. Waller by the adn. on our 7th huge
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-Editor R. V. Andrews of Cocoa Item goes-dry goods. shoes, clothing, Boys' ::o.ullR. from (n to 111, made up of Walk.Over Oxfords, In Black Patent Tournament . . .1.I II I'rltcliim The Continental Motel at Atlantlo

was In town yesterday hats, caps, gents' furnishings, furniture. to fine$i .>material 011.) pretty patterns, from $1 ;\0 Leather and :Tan worth $.1 ((10 for $:1.41) Baseball Motor Bout, ltnct,H- I Hr. E. E. Rollins batch nbly managed( by Mr. II. E.

*. etc. I J If...VII K'.lI'ue, J, Lorlllaid, Jr., and E. It. Wager nom, Is receiving a groat patronagefrom
-Miss Villa Rent of Pldcock, Ga., Come early and bring your cash Young :Men's Clothing with long Titusvllle, FU. Minor Sports the cities of Georgia this season..

after spending a few days In Tltusvllle, Don't mlt>.4 this oPPOl.tllulty-The only trousers stiIcily ur-to; -date, prices .,..ont C. II. {Vnitonaud. U( I,. Mandnvllla Last your Atlanta: sent to the Continental

with lira. S. E. Rice left Monday afternoon i chance for a year to purchase goods. lit () $1.1.00: ()( per suit -Florida honey peaches are now In Dance . . W. S. Hiannlug/ Hotel many of the loailors of society I
for her home. Both Men and Boys If lu need of suits f Dr. I It R. Wilson ,
absolute prime condition and they are "mightynice. In tho but this she I I" "
COllt.Yom's Finance Commit } I,. C. llrsnnlng Magic City, year
for business of clothes, shoe hat shirt "
punts
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cap, ,
.NEW CABBAGE New Irish Potatoes ( Percy O. W..llon'l'fl'lIltu'ror. sending a great many more. Macou hall
JOHN R. WALKER &: CO, neckwear suit cane, trunk or any articleIn . Louis A. Brady
and Squash at Wagoner &: Co.'s. -/Mesms' A. S. Hnniphrys and !Sum: " sent great number of pleasant parties a)
Headquarters TUB I.A win IIKICK sroitrcTitusvllle :. our line will pay you to visit our Com. on Advertising Printing
.. Messrs.. J. R. MIot and D. St. Clair Florid. store. Fields" of Indianola were vlltorn In TI. Cha It. W niton and. E. II, Wager to join the representatives of theSoutli'Mempire l

Nisbet, of Indlanola were In town on See ad. tusvillr, Saturday and Sunday returning Chairman : our large on page 8. Secretary . . . ,J. G. host from there. Savannah has also "
had been cattle to their homes Sunday afteinoon coma
Londay. They on a -The copious. rains we have had, the Mall orders a specialty.PKXNKV .j"
unO. ----- soul_ ____ a__ few, lint Atlitnta And the townsin __ __ _..
) past few days have considerably cooled A HIIANNINO, Master Rufus Kobblns came from WOODMEN OF THE WORLD.
that part of tho State are sending; ; n
-Mr. and Mrs George F. Paddlaoo, the atmosphere. The Up-to-date Clotbleis, Rollins College Monday to attend the the
great many of gay throng which Is +
and well known residents of Men's and Boys' Furnishers funeral of his grandmother which took
prominent -Quite a number of our townspeople An unusually Interesting meeting of congregated. nt the Continental Hotel
to Tltnsville Titusvllle Fla. place the same afternoon. Kufus 'he above Order was hold last Monday
Eau Gallie came up on who own launches were oat on the returned this them the
summer. Among are
attend the funeral of Mrs.\ M. I to Rollins College on Wednes- evening, when Mr. J. A. Prevatt a
to
Monday II
river Sunday afternoon ei joying a spin. I -Mr. C. C. 'Jbillingworth brother of the late Sovereign/ J. T.. Pre- l leaders of society, and It Is said In the
a prominent
day.
of this .
Robbins
P. place.IF FOX RIVER and Four Crown Elgin attorney of West Palm Beach arriv vntt was elected. a member of Tltusville city of Atlanta that the Continental Is

YOU WANT TO BUY OR SELL Butter at Wagoner &: Co.Mr. elln.Titusville yesterday -Mr. E. L. Brady a prominent merchant Chiiluota Camp No.Camp.HI t, on transfer curd from the DOW the accepted summer resort for that

Real Estate on Indian River spply to of Titusvllle and) l'olll\ml. left her., The dugren twain was orgmilaed end part of the South. Each season the

Judge D. L. Gaulden, Tltusville FlaDr .* T. A. Feaster, a well known -Mrs. A. M. Wesson of Cocoa, ar Tuesday, for the latter place, to look /Mr.' Harry Wilson eloutvd captain of tli, management: of tho Continental Hotel

,4 merchant of West Palm /Bench was/ an rived In 'J It.navllle. Monday, on short after his business Interests. :Mr, Brady same. In the drill of the team. which Bees a big Improvement In the patronage,
F. II. Houghton has gone to arrival town yes'erday. Mr.\ Feaster visit with followed of the the
Mrs. C. F. Fischer. the meeting Camp
owns one of the most pleasant homes In and notes the fact that the hotel and At-
Melbourne to move his house-boat expects to leave Jacksonville In a dayor sovereigns showed Quito a proficiency
Dentos, to Fort Pierce, Ills old patientsin so. -Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Snider:! of Cincinnati TI usyllJe, the "Manual of Axe" lantlo leach are being more extensively
and Ilobe There will be another drill of the degree known throughout the South. The
the pineapple region will! please makea Sound Fla.. are at -Look out for rust and mildew. TheIIell..on t.
-Kev. Win. Stone of PaUtka preach their newly-purchtsed farm at Niagara- team on next Monday evening at 8 territory from which the hotel draws its
of this. for thntie has art I veil. Did
note you o'clock when all who would l like
sharp,
\ ed at the Baptist. church Tltusville last on-I he.Lake Canada. Mrs. Snider Is read the article In last week's ADVOCATE to take. part are requested.. to be present patronage broadens every year anti will .i "

-Rev. J. M. Glazier of New Smyrna Sunday morning and evening, and the delighted with their beautiful fsrm.Mr. telling how to save your stove, stove- promptly at the above hour continue to broaden In the future. It ,'

pleached at the Methodist church 'II- people of this. town are (avorablyImJlre88ed already Includes a I urge part of the
very -- -- -
-/' Joseph Wllllamton, chairman plpeM. etc, from rust ? It will Have you
tusvllle, last bunday morning and evening "Itl\.the rev. genlteman. Southern States" anll. becoming known
Rend the If have PICNIC IN PARK.
t of the Good Roads) Association telli( us money. article you
to fairly large congregations. He an the most desirable summer resort In '
=The Jacksonville /Metropolis' Bays: there" will be another good roads meeting not done so.WantedLady. -
the of Dr. and Mrs E. E.
was guest the South. ,
"First of slip pay your debts. Don't shortly, as there I I" business of importance The Titusville I'ark was the scene ofa _. I
Rollins and Mr. and Mrs. W. 8 Branu- or gentleman of fair dual of amusement, on Saturday. nf tor-
ing while here. talk dull limes. to anybody. Trade with to be attended to. education travel for a firm of $2 o.nIlO< ) noon la"I. Mrs. P. Nelson of South Tltusvllle City Hotel Notice.

the man who advertises. In the summer -Mr. A. K. Wilson editor of the .St. capital. Salary:; $1,073( per year payable having invited a number of -
-Mr. and Mrs. L. W. flails will soon time. The does advertises children attend k
man who not to a plonlo at 'that place.
Lucia County Tribune Fort Pierce wasa wuekly. Expenses advanced. Address, We have moved to No. 4.1: Orange I
have a comfortable cottage of their own, helping to look down business and The IIitlu pots were well suppllud with
for work of building the cottage Is going often times Is the blackest passenger on Monday's south bound leo. O. Clows TlMiHVllle Fla. 402 lots of good things, and they hud. a glor Avenue Daytona. which was formerly t
getting eye train, having spent a few days In St. I lofts time 'I'dene picnics will probably the Daytona.. !House.' "Dad" Is still ou
Is be -Prof. J. :M. Latlln of New York
ahead. It to a six-room two. of the bunch himself. ex. '
bo held from time to time the
during lock
business and! will bu looking for his old
I I story building! and Is nicely located at Augustine on >eots to leave Tltusvlllo for home tomorrow IIU m mol'
A letter rfom Mr. H. Huntington of pl\tronll. anti can serve them much bet-
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corner of Washington avenue and Pal- -Mrs. D. R. Wilson and daughter going by way of Clyde steamer
New York who owns an tor than at the old stand.
orange groveat
SUMMER EXCURSIONS.
Tnetto street leleo, returned to their home In Tltuc- from Jcksonvllle. The Professor has
Lyrata : "It Is hot here. Yours for business
awfully
nays vi lie, :Monday afternoon after spending/ been In Tltimvlllo-bunting and (lulling o
-Are you going; North by steamer P Van In Richmond last week and was several weeks very pleasantly Miami -for tbe pant' seyen months. He wll The Clyde Steamship>> Co. will put on tf
If you are, get your ticket from Sanford bulled baked basted: and browned. At return to Titusvllle in October. a special rule of $;J3); (Oil, Jaoksonvllla, tNew < -----
visiting relatives and friends
to Jacksonville or Jacksonville to New Washington It was HO degrees. In the Yolk and return, commencing June THE CLYDE STEAMSHIPS.

York from the Clyde Line agent at this bade, and humid. Please send us some DO YOU WANT A MEA TRIP ?-One I -It IN said that the marriage of Miss lust, with limit to Sept. :iJOth. The rule -

oftioe. cool weather." Weather: Is delightfulon first clasit. Round Trip Ticket, meals Abbie Pltou, of New York and! Ilobe will bo and for\ lirst-elutesa.suge j tatetonm; 'buith' ,, and Inchiitlingmenha they The Clyde Steamship Company I always .

Indian River and berth Included for sale. over the Sound Fla, to Mr. Herbert Morgan a expect to carry .a large number of our trying to lo sumuthlng to Improve }
-Mrs. U. W. Scobie and daughter
the service between Jacksonville to New,
Mallory S. S. Line Fernandlnn to New famous artist war a grand affair and home people. *
Merle returned to Tltusville Tuesday, PHOTOGRAPHS. kinds of photographs he' Obtain your ticket from this Clyde: York On soul, after June llth, all ship
YOlk cheap. Call ADVOCATE office wedding presents were very numerous
,
; o f the Clyde Line will sail. at 10 o'clock
/ from a visit of several weeks with Mrs. taken In up-to-date style from Agent AOVOCATK: (oUlce! Titusville.\
Titusvllle Fla. and handsome. The happy pair ._ 10 the morning with the exception ofth }
E. at Canaveral. Mrs. Scoble -- -------
J. and
Burns f 1.73: upwards per dozen. Portraits ailed for Europe May 10th, on their lrofIIlOI"| ""lIInlf'1'lIe. j was, accompanied home by Mrs. Burns, Crayon Pastel Water Color and -There was quite a demand for the honeymoon. The bride Is a daughter' of A BATHING PARTY.Mr. which will leave the pier at three o'clock:

who left for City Point on Wednesday, Oil Paintings at most reasonable rates, AUVOOATK !last week. Every copy was In the afternoon 'I'Ills will save people
/Mr. and Mrs. Augustus Piton! of New Jan.: E. Prlichett and a party of
on a visit with Dr. and Mrs. Geo. W. and enlarged front any small photo- old, and we bad applications for bit! the trouble of going aboard at night on
York, who own a beautiful winter home young men, of Tltusville, went to the account of the early. sailing hour.
s Holmes. giaph. Babies. taken as quick as a copies more which we could not supply. and orange and grapefruitgrove at hubs ocean beach at Klondike Sunday, morn -- ---.---
wink. Call and see samples of our This week applications for 7): copies of log In Mr Prltohett's flat launch, thelyepus
-Contractor L. R. Decker and a force Sound The AUVOOATB Joins In conrratulatlons. '
work and then will know what'we '' the ADVOCATB have already been receiv- They made the trip to the Property to lcuNc. +
of men have been busily engaged this you ) beach In an hour and twenty minutes;
elf from Brevard and Mt. Lucle counties .. -
can do for --- -- - ---
week on Mr. Chas. II. Walton's house you. enjoyed a surf, bath situ returned to 'fl. The famous Hector Island Property
down II. FAUST, Tltusville Flu.Mr. . which helps the advertiser considerably A BIG SHOOTING MATCH.On tusvllle In lime for dinner
Julia street- kitchen
on tearing on Indian Kl or. at Melbourne FI....
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enlarging dining room and sitting room, and Mrs. Charles. B. Jefferson, -Miss Florence Colm..r, the charming oniilstlng of 12 room Hotel and Clubroom M,

tI building a new kitchen, etc. The house who have been at their beautiful winter later of Mrs. E. E. l Rollins, arrived in'ItiiAvllle !May 3lt and June tat and 2nd. TO THE OCEAN BEACH.. 7 room Iltingalow and! 3 room
there will be a big trap shoot at Huwanee : -
is to be entirely re-modelled and four home and orange grove at lIobe Sound lAst Saturday, to remain a Springs,' Florida and great many hoe and Mrs. W. K, Allen and! baby 'ottage. Fine situation for a hunting,

bedrooms and bathroom and a 10 foot will leave for Palm eaclr l on June :2nd, 'while Mies Colmar hits been spending crack shots from this state are expected !Miss Kato Freeman, and, Master Clark lulling or yacht club. Fine harbor.

porch on the south and! east side of the t" remain a week or ten days, looking the past month or two In Camden, tj.: (J., to participate.Mr. Rice. left Tltiisvllle last Friday for the With services of fiimlly of three an

house will be added; as well at building after the Jefferson estate. Mr. and Mr. Savannah Oa.; and Jacksonville, and John S. Bowen the genial!: man.*- ocean beach at Klondykv Mr, Allen's keeper, stewardess and waitress, by the
;er of the Suwannea Springs hotel lias IItUel..uocb. pre ,ated to spend the night
a new staircase and many other Improvement Jefferson expect to leave! for the North will I soon leave for the mountains of been working like a Trojan to make tbe on tbe beach and enjoy the surf bathing. furRier Game Warden of the uospenka{

*. It will probably be three about June 10th and Mrs. Jefferson'smother North Carolina. While In Jacksonville hoot a success, and he hope to see rapesentatlves They returned Saturday afternoon Club; of Itocklami county, New York.

months before the house Is ready for oc and sister will follow on or about illss Cotmar purchased a few building from tbe East Coast proent. and report a delightful, time. Jollpertrultl", btmtrnnn and dog trainer. + 3 ,
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cupancy. fane 24th. The above party will spend Iota In Springfield, one being a valuable - --- ---- Fine ,fishing hunting! and boating.\ r
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Of the summer in Maine and at Mr. and and advantageous corner ht on !Main The Cleveland Light. riirnUlied Cottage at llencli. Address. owner, W. NICI.HK, ''4

Walker Hardware Co. Mrs. Jefferson's delightful home at street. For rent, a furnished cottage the trevnrd Co. )Melbourne Flu )y

!:Sandwich lU..... FURNITURE, DRY GOODS, IoJIJOE The brightest light of the ;20th C'enury. ea-slde, Seabreeze; seven room.; on f 4T'eacher's

I We are agents for the celebrated Syracuse ,Your eyes fitted with IIAWKE3 Simple complete, elegant no boardwalk; for the season. Next door i;diminution.:
Notice.
fine lenses style frame.. trouble, no dirt, durable and guaranteed.
Steel Tlowi, Cultivators Harrows, any to the Breakers Hotel. v2
etc. When in Titusville call and see and business :acts' to $'1.1)(). lest It thoroughly, and If Dot .urerlor AMr.'IlK"/' II. 8. AnA I", The regular June examination of
The Dressmaking
Millinery Pictures framed $1.00 to, and cheaper to operate than any aclivrs for Brevard will be
style, held
,them. Write descriptive circular If that hias been conducted Mrs H. any up. 17 ;it Box 70, Hsabieeze. FU. county
by
Screw and spring seat office chairs. light you ever saw, return It, and money In the public school building at Tltun
Interested. \V. Reynolds, will be continued at the Bureaus full size *7.-V) will\ l be returned. Catalogue on appliatloo. -
June
Quick Meal Gasolene Stove, the acme until July 1st. new up. Kodak Pictures' Waiitcil. vllle commencing Tuesday, nth,
select same place CHAS. A. OABUNIK, Telephone 31. 11)0')! '!, at HiO:; a. m.
stock to
of
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perfection. large MRS. G. G. HOWARD.
C. COLI.IXH, Titusvllle Fla. Wanted a person In. every locality to .IOIIN R. WALKKK, t

from; none better. Agent for Brevard/ Count/ make Kodak Pictures. If you have a CountySuperintendent..
tI All kind of Shelf Hardware Paint fruit and Vegetable
Bargains at I'rltcliord'a. kodak. send for my liberal offer, and
etc., eta.Fittings. ,- Mall Contract
size of films umxl. Address
state
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for Gad Engines. Launches, /Shipped! to Marx Brothers, corner of For Kent.
Fewer Gallons; Wears Longer. KODAK, t Lox 31, Jacksonville Fla.
and -
eta. lay Jnlla streets, Jacksonville, Two year mall contract, from July 1,
Ill Ship Chandlery. Always on hand $IJ)3: per gallon. Fla., always bring good result Their J'iOt.I from Tltiisvllla to Arleala and ra The Taylor cottige, furnished from
1 pint Mason fruit jars, M; cts a do. I>o You Want n Mule ? May bib for .
MJ Call or write theWALKLa acllltles for handling Pineapples Grape- turn. CAU be secured by applying to summer seitton.! Terms
I quart Mason fruit jars 75 rte a doz. Kt.OO/ month.F. jv
I HARDWARE: Co.Tltusville fruit, Oranges and Early Vegetables cannot C. F, Fiscnrit, Titusvllle. Four good young Uiilmt for s"l.. $ per .
JAS. PBITCBARD Sot, I :M. TAVLOK
Fla. be surpassed. This Is one of the Apply to r"Urnll'rr Bnos.Tltusvllle ,

Titusvllle -Fla. oldest and most reliable booses In this For Kale. '111. Tltusville, "'I:&.

s tata. Try them. -
JJ raying.Draying Hone For Male. At Micro, Fla., 60 acres of fine timberland Urucerleo-Chelll., .
Motor float Hull For Hale. I
Wood for Sale. at $10.00 per acre; also three acre I -

hauling of all I Inds promptly Bay horse In fine condition, for at Eau Gallic. Oood farming )land length, J7 feet; Goodwin model ; supplied I If you wish to save money on groceries,

attended to. Meets all trains. Stove sale, cheap. Pine or oak, any length. Also plowing Reasonable terms. with 16 1 h. p. engine\ ; 111 miler I etc., try an order at tbe Peacock Grocery -

wood for'salt at all time*. GEO. GISORAH' and harrowing. Sea or address J.'v. CHAS. T. McBnir:, Address, "Motor Boat," i Store, Tltusv 111*. Everything fresh

I.}I n. E. HOLTM. 1'UnnilIe. t( Kockledgei: Fla. Jamison, TltusvllU. Fla. I4may3mo Melbourne, Fla. JW-2 Car ADVOCATE, Tllnsfllle. I and up-to-date. .


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Free and choppy' lieD the Violence of tile motion. she Is 1>"?lng runUed ulong ln Tin Invalid

Increased and seemed ever and again chair her family with hastily CORDIAL ]INVITATION

11I Accepted \ i Masons. to take' a fresh xtnrt. It seemed us It It. ''' made bundles of clothes and valuables. _: :: wh LTO T

would never end and yet It lasted but all about ber. ,t
two inliHiten. My young sun came It Is only when I get as fur us the ADORESSEDTO WORKING GIRLS

Indian No. 80Tltusvllle running/ from bin room, and clasped top of 1.1'11'I'tlworlll street and lookdown I
l In each other's arms, we stood In the into the city's heart that I can Miss Barrow. Tails How Mrs. Pink,

River doorway of my room waiting, waiting got a glimmering of what nil awful i barn's Advice Helps Working Girls.. /

With a relaxing quiver, like the pass thing an earthquake is to u city Great '

1 Lodge."V \ Florida. ing; of a sigh, the heaving' earth and billowing clouds of smoke rise dull and dark on Girls who work .:

+jl s Holds It*mentmitt the."Mi 0".1 l and fourth Wort'n '. floor sunk Into ri'i>oHo. every side I nnd, red angry flumes shoot ' l are particularly]
... h Titus -Ilia, at 7'MO' o'uluUc. p. u.. furniture over tbe I broken 3 mal e disorders .
/ Muter. Roar of Flames. those
F. A. Morgan Worshipful Mighty especially
and! of ornaments wo
.Inhnll. Wailer Hun lor Warden glees fragments; who
Vhllll'I %V. llnliurU.lunlor, Warden.. b made our way out. The streets were I bear the roiir and 1 crackling of tire are obligedto
(}. 1"". Olin.... Trdasurer.J.L.Carrut11ers stand on their '
!blow I -
of and with
In unrestrained
!Woretar,. full of persona every stage undress every :feet from morning
A. U.l'oiinev.. Henlor Umuitm.J'erry . nod excitement one young mother feel the bent on my checks mid the cinders until night In i

., r 11.Walton<+. Wnlton rt.inlor Junior Htewanl.3 Deacon.O. In her nlsht( dress clasping' her eight. iiinl) 1 nshos sitting down upon me. stores or facto : : :
M. M.Ham, Junior !''Ire ward..J. months-old baby In hPr arms nnd trying When I come to Powell street I see the ries.
2'Ta
.F.A.. It. Walker L r' lawn garment around It. cinders and brands 1)lrlng11)011\ Its out the girl toils ,

A few blocks from Mayor HcIimltz'H root. Remember this U only T o'clock.In and sbe is often the bread-winner of

)I"S RIVER CHAPTER: NO. home and a block from Mrs. Eleanor Union square; the grass Is covered the family. Whether she is sick or
well whether it rains or shines. she
) ItltYAL AltCH MASONS. Martin's tbe liouno where I have been every Inch of It. with frightened hud-

4 The*Indian the I tlrnt Rlvrr Wednexlnv; Cliatittir; of, Royal each, immtll Arch, ::I Mnsunsneat at the stopping, la the \western addition died people who have sought the open. must perform get the to her duties place exacted of employment.of her>- / :E3LOCE: :.

r5 1 Maeunio'rerple. where owing to the hill of rock formation From Powell street UoVu tbe shop smile and. be agreeable. .
Yl the following are the oil!Mrs. of this chapter the damage wits leu tit. windows( are broken and, the window Among this class the symptoms of

I M.: H.Rams. Kxcollent Hitch 1'rleitt. The swarming persons climbed the displays lie exposed in the drug stores female. diseases are. early manifest by I

: .1.R..11.N.Walker Andrews King, H<.rlhe.K. Mils, their first fear being that H tidal with broken bottles trickling their contents weak and aching backs, pain in the
4 J : A. Morgan Hncretarv wave would follow, and all eyes were over everything. In the dry goods lower ]limbs and lower part of the t
: : .
i K. H. Wilmin Tenxiirer.lleo. stomach. In of frequent .
'. K. I'rltchett. Royal Arch Captain. on the buy( Hhlnlng in the morning and millinery shops offering loot to every consequence
,s T. 8. Handera ( ...,t.of Yost.e. light but not even the sea wall of the grasping bund. Kearney street andMontgomery wetting of the' feet periods become
and and )
Louis AlexaiKlor. I'rlnolpal Soloiirner. painful irregular frequently
e. A. Stewart Muster of First V. land that the Fair estate Is reclaimingfrom street are highways of there are :faint and dizzy spells, with
i 1. N. Waller Muster. of Snonii'l V. the ocean was hlddeji by water. confusion. IONS of appetite until life is a burden. Is a new and great Invention, as it Haven time money and labor. It will work,
w K. M. Taylor' MaHter ft Third V, The great tank near the water's All these to derangement horizontally: ,'upside down or at shy angle. It is Impossible for the rope to slips
J. L). Kniila: Sentinel. gas I The poor .south of Market[: street thus symptoms point a -
adieu was In !flames and many believed suddenly thrown out. are In exodus of the female organism when locked nod no lever or trigger/ rope attachment Is lined in this device.

'* OKUKU!: OP" KA8TKKN!: STAR. the dlntuiimnce hud come from the ex. toward Telegraph bill, drugging/ andtrundling which can be easily and promptly There Is only one hoist, lower and lock the load and it Impossible for the rope to

.g,: Friendship Chapter, No. It, holds its inevtlnffn ploslou of that.I such household goods,! us cured Compound.Miss by Lydia. E. PinUham's Vegetable jam or chafe and there I I. nothing; to Ret: out of order in this original tackle block.

r th.t'oJ:} In the Maxonlfl I.od ire room, Tituitvllle' on tlmUnit set out at once to BOO what damage they bare managed to sure. Here are Abby F. Barrows Nel80nvl11e.A May be seen at the ADVOCAIB offluc Tltiiavllle; The S. J{. Hubbaid Co., orE
each month at 8 INIf.
f and third 'luemhijn In :
had been It
i in. The following are the diluent at the done finding more nppnll- boys and u thin. Hut chested; woman tll enll Co., Ohio tells what this great. O. Fainter & Co., Jacksonville
Wt Chapter: log with every block I walked Sly trundling 11 Hewing tuiuhliie along. A medicine did for her. She writes : ,

b r Mrs. O. M. nln.., W'. M. way I led along Pacific and Van Nesa drawer of It falls out. and they halt to Dear Mm. Plnkham"I :-
":.I;> John K. Walker. W. I1.JMim avenues, through the district of splendid gather I the precious scattered spools. feel l it my duty to tell you the good .
up
\ Cutliurine, rtttnn, ..,",late M. ... ."
jPinkham's ,
; of wealth and fashion and Lydia E. Vegetable Compoundand
: Nice Kate Stewart i-on.l..otr""e. Poor little seamstress, this is her nil & .... ."::
lilu.4: \ Milts.'....10 Saudern, Amim-luin Con. not ono of the long lines of Imposing Wood Purifier have done forme. Before C.
(' XaiiilleHtewart. 'Iremnrer. now. I took them I wax very nervous, had dull ;
.
houses but Lad Buffered severely. .1
headaches pains in back and periods were
'i" Mrs. II. K. WIIKOII Bnuretary.Mrs. Hero Is. wagon fitted with beddingand ,
F. A. Morican., Until.Mm. Tlio borne of John I). Sprockets at irregular, I had been to several doctors, and
1\\";I' .J. It. Walker, Adi. Pacific avenue and La Guana street Is cooking utensils a crying woman they did me no good.
1 I1'. Mr... M. A. Hcrhniruoiir. Martha.. and a baby on the Beat n birdcage "Your Jiiedlcine boa made me well and
M Mrn..I. Kline. Ki:,'ter.Mr ono of the finest and proudest In the I do most kind of work
*.J. 1>. Hnuia, Klwta.Chan. dangling at, the tall anti two -men taking strong. can any
.
\' city and on It the bud cracked and
H. Walton Warder, parapet! without complaint my periods are all
"'( J. CarrutliorK f>..ntlnol.II. and crumbled anti fallen like so much the part of horses. Then a crazy right."I .
.'\ I I 11. Wllnoii Marshal.leo. out of cake. nighthawk buck a white faced wo- am in better health than I ever wand ...., .
( M. lloliblim, Chaplain. spun sugar; a wedding man drugged from her sickbed In it. I know it in all due to jour remedies. I ..
Blocks of bad fallen from the "
.- cement recommend your advice and medicine to all
I entrance colling! and at ono of the upper fainting In. the arms of another wo- who Bu 'er."

F TlrVII\'ILI.E! CAMP NO. 111. windows a wan white face peered man. It is to such girls that Mrs. Fink-

11a,1r from the rich late curtains at Rudolph Children Turn Thieves. ham holds out a helping hand and extends THIS SHOWS r

tJD Spreckels' handsome house> at Ooughaud Then a big road machine screeching cordIal invitation to correspondwith THE FRONT
her. She is daughter-in-law of ,
1 Pacific avenue. Tbe lawn was along, a red fat faced man standingup Lydia E. Pinkham and for twenty-five OFf THEWALTON _
riven from end to end In great gashes, in It mopping his brow his eyes years has been advising sick' women

the ornamental Italian rail leading to 'searching for tbe building that holds: free of charge. Her long record of THESE ARE OUR

s the imposing entrance was a battered his business nUll little street boys success in treating woman's ills makes PAT. BLOCK
beap. darting in and out snatching what her letters of advice of untold value to PATENT LONG-

Rudolph Sprockets his wife his little they can get throwing that away and every ailing working girl. 'Address, ROLLER BEARING

Meet every flnt anil third Mimdnv In each sou bit motbrr-ln-Iuw and sisters-lu snatching more like children wantonly Mrs. Pinkham, Lynn Mass. I EAVES.
month at 7.30: p. in., nlurpj; at tile Maaoulo law and maid servants bad Bet up their -- .
I little -
Temple. picking wild flowers. see one -- ----- -- -

Consul. Commander....... ,, .......A.n Penney household ou the sidewalks. The wom- creature capering with three bats on FINE PROPERTY} FOR SALE.IN \.
? Adrlner, Lieutenant. .... .. ... ....J.R.Walker, en were wrapped lu rugs and coverlets his bend that be bad taken from a .
Banker .. ... .. ... . .....W.It.Walker and huddled in chairs hastily roll ',
Knoort ...... .. . .., . .?" O t,.MandavlllaClerk easy show window. .
...... ........ .... .. .... .J.L OarrulheMWatahman ed out. Heforo the banks and safe deposit .
........ .... .... ..... .J.N Waller They were buying their morning tea BREVARD ST. LUCIE AND '
Bentry... ... ........... .. .. .. ... J .D.K.nnln vaults the men and boys employed I UNTIES'. ... .
Director.... . ... ... ... ......J.f.wllnonR on tho sidewalk and the silver service there are busy pulling out drawers DADE C I,,
I
.K pylm. and 8 .1 Norton was: spread on the stone copIng. At I LAND FOR SALE, .1;, Luolo and Dado .:\ .
Camp Pbyslulaii. .. .. ..... .... ..... K.K.Ilolllni full of ledgers anti valuable papers, ciMiinttts. 1I..lIcl'III'lnn land: Went .
house after house of the wealthy and
r attend All vlnltlnic the meetlnga.'Graphic, Woodmen. .are cordially Invited tot fashionable thIs scene was repeated. carrying them away In their bands h) of northeast mid weal % of sun' h. .
Turning into Van Ness thereon loading them Into wagons anti even ea.t t.j, see 1(5( towDBlilp :'U.I: Bilge SO,
avenue Into wash. buckets.On hit( 20 100 .."r"K.lSt. l.nole COllnl) .
the left was St. Bridget's stone the step of one bank with the Wept >B of noithw VN )i mid went J

dumb at Broadway and Van Ness fire only a block away I see a man of millliwent. U, Bee. ;|l5, iDMnclilp (2: fir'
: with Its tall towers fallen and the stonewalls range 30, 100 HOI,..H, S'.. Lucia| county '
and aloud
wringing his bands crying :
0I banging loosely from the: top. : Northeast. U.of southeast },. KCO 3, 4OLO)
"Will ho ? Will be never .
1)y clime (C 11 There on my right a couple of blocks never come township :'M Hoiiih, range 41 east;
In me JL come with the combination? My God. clone to O. K Wood's pineapple plantation
T y S away was St. Luke's church a total
DY fAT of why doesn't lie come?" on rt. I.tlde liver; .id HOI en, .
wreck. Its.tower atone Just a heap I -y"
I
S to the Postal office . .
l of waste. Tbe churches have suffered I can't get telegraph Jade county "
Ssh greatly St. Patrick's and St. Domt- i inlck'lI for the dead line of the police kind Alto, the northeast l:: of northeast
I the crowd. I flnd tbe Western Union i-4;, eo. 18, townsblp 3H: scull: range
are wrecked and the aid Mission 41 south for k of Ht. Lode
ea", i>n
Dolores of the Franciscan Fathers "wrecked, with bewildering clerks re- river 40 acres Dade
county
wires ; Walton-Ymton Patent Roller Bushed Sheaves.
penting "All wires down! All
bas the ancient tiles of Its roof crushed pply'to W. A. BALI., Stuart Fin.
In, though the adobe walls still down!I" to the pale faced and dirty '.
but of tbe faced men and women who want to
stand the steeple new WtLLIA91S ICID> iV PILLS
benldo crusli- send messages out reassuring' their
church It Iu toppling over I
Have neglected KUlnejs
you your
fplcnds..
ed In Its roof.Fashionables.
Have you overworked your nervous II\8.
Flee In Dare Feet. Every few second there Is a boom- lem and caused trouble with. jour Kld- ..

All along the two avenues of fashion Ing sound that adds to the horror the ne>s and Blnddei \? Have you pains, In

not a brick chimney was left standing.In confusion and fearsomeness of tbe the loins, side back, groins( and bladder ?
scene. It comes from the dynamite nave you a flabby appearance of I be face,
block there tons and tons
every are detonations where they are trying to especially under the ..veil' Too tiequrnt
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of wreckage. Clium Spreckels home desire to urine P If WIlllHin'i
check the spread of the fire by blowingup pans
ou Van Ness avenue bad Its cornices KldneyPlllssill/ cure you. Sample fiee.

( Story of and parapet crumbled like a pie crust. A buildings.theatrical man comes running Uy mail. ndcts. Sold by drnvels's.'
Walter llobiirt's house that Was built WILMAMa! M'K'O. CO., Prop's.
telling bow the Grand Opera
for Amy Crocker when she became along Cleveland O. ..
House has fallen in and is on fire with '
I
Mrs. Porter Ache, baa all one Bide I ) ''SIIIIV
An Eyewitness wrecked. all COIirk
The St. Duustan at Slitter and Van tile singers' beautiful/ things going up f'ewer11111001/ ; takes less of Pevoe
Ness, one of the smartest apartment In smoke. He laughs Idiotically, poor Lead: and| Zino I than mixed: paints.'. Wears V

houses built of stone bits its top story chap and says, J'.SuiJden close of the longer ; twlcede long an lead and oil.

tumbled oft and Its solid walls crack.
NewspaperWoman'sThrill- (uonttnued on page 71] WALTON sELF" .LOCKING BLOCKS, I "
ed. At McNutt's hospital nearly opposite I
-t ----- ---- -=-- - -- -=-- I Patented all countilrs. Only tackle i
ing Experiences In SanFrancisco's the St. Dunstun on Butter street .. t tI I block of the kind lu the world. Fit
the patients who could be moved had ted with the 1Valion-Vinton Roller

Fearful been brought to the door and sidewalk Bearer. Useful! In any place where
and anxious Inquirers were rushing) hoisting Is done. With these blocksone

to get hews of dear ones within wbo man can do the work of two. Vyj/
Disaster. nro bedridden or recently operated Thousands sold in the north. Call
and see them In working order at this -
tl. on. \
office or at 1<;. O. Painter A: Co.s',
The new national bank ou Polk street Jacksonville l''la.Stanley *
Helen Dare Describes and near Batter street Is a wreck with Its
Frightful ---
These long' Roller Bearing Sheaves, which are looked upon as. the greatest
plate glass! windows In splinters; on
Pathetic Scenes Which Followed the tho I'll\'plllt'lltS. All Sutler street us I KitcliingDealer anti-friction roller bearing the world are without cagt'8lto( hold the rolls In

Earthquake Vivid! Pen Por look ahead seems nil avenue of ruin. place and therefore are .far more durable and run with far less friction than the!

trait ol Panic In the Tho Granada, a big fashionable hotel to paint your house In-. old-style cage. The sheave castings/ are made solid, standng/jouble! the strain of ...
has Its top and front shattered. Whole with FISHING TACKLE, STATIONERY, CIGARS the skeleton Iron sheaves., '

Quaking Inferno. houses' I con see are tumbled down. I Tobacco, Pipes Candles, Fancy China

must pick my way among the middle and Temperance Ih'luk8.j .
.
of till streets between the heaps of LucasPaints The following brands of cigars delivered L

Helen Dare who escaped on April 19 ruins. I find the streets swarming j at $}.23; per box of 00: THOUSANDS OF THEM SELLING IN THE NEW ENGLAND STATES.For .

from the earthquake stricken city of with people white wide eyed still Humboldt Key West t-imokers. Promos,
Baa Francisco to Oakland and tbenco awed and others! again exceedingly Cremo Cabanas I'olinlnkl. all kinds of businesses ..where Tackle Block la u.ed-

to Stockton telegraphed to the Los voluble In their terror telling to everyone I Flinch Cord.,1\00.\ ; hand Made Palmetto s
'Angeles Examiner the following thrilling 'their story of what has happenedto (Tinted..Glow) Hats 23o.I

account of her own personal cxperience himself.. STUART, FLORIDA.

In the Golden Gate city's fearful Van Nt' !avenue Is swarming There than with other paints. !!

disaster: are no cars of course. Every one must They're better, too. Walton Block Co.
Self-Locking
Like thousands: of others, I was walk who bas no automobile or carriage Made of pure mate .
awakened out of peaceful Bleep Into a or wngon. Automobiles are tearing ,

paralysis of fear by the violent and and honking mildly In every direction rials spread better go 1 a

continued rocking of loe.l. of floor of tilled with frightened men and farther look h.aidsomcr 1 tkl 404 Atlantic Avenue BOSTON', MASS.

walls of furniture by the Bounds. of women anti children some dressed as last f

crashing chimneys falling ornaments though for a promenade others partly longer. r I'1 _. --- -_ _._" . __ __ ___ _ _ ._ __ _ -1
andllcturell., breaking glass and the dressed or wrapped In bedclothes. Your painter oughtto 5'r '' I AfRfj

startled screams of women and chil Never 'wore stranger automobile. parties know i it, I f h e N10 Ass Stood The Test 25 YearsGrove's

dren. than these.I doesn't tell him to ask 'n \,
,
As If with a sudden Impact I felt Bee ono llttlo noiuuu currying her

my bed struck from the north and then baby, her tear wet face clinging! to its his dealer. l Part tr..ntd .la tin pnhe4Si. .
heave violently. I Jumped out putting baby cheeks and she wears only hej .Tb.n.v.w.r.._ Ii.> ef. McS.I.r ..... 0.' ..'...... Tau i. w
my bund out to steady myself. but tho John Luau & CoPhiladelphia _..s ol lhJr uyl'* accuracyMrrnir an:.Wahi....1'''.
and
nightdress and a kimono her tender
.r'Th. aa.r v..hi.1't.
opposite from' .trails seemed ta'moaway' bare feet" patter across tbe sidewalk r taw.n....... ...b.n..*.Maser+than ttn n"cnv.l.nih......)f..L'dN-o..Qs.. :3 1)'M..,r r HI ri.,...I.Oi'.*.:<
Ine.Floor : from a mansion door to an auto ...b., ;A e....- F..n,>.tib>cnbw. s...a M.C.U I'M. Tasteless Chill Tonic
Rocked! Like a Boat la a Gale. mobile.. Here again I I.* an old. old woman I tare Free. f .cTil>a today. .e.4l.w..r
with wrinkled face white Sot, t>y Jus. I'ritctmrtl ..VSon.. ) Ita co..mfl..t.: .cJ'n ew CaaIc ...,.:1 Mr dI
The floor rocked like a boat on a paper ..,.) end rnawn. ('...In .. (........ ..-......
m@lcty\ : :, grantlniQlher! she, Is. and Titus>'llle, I'lu. I.., lr*.. AtkUaaa XHE Nc 4LLI.CO..*_ Ttttt No-Cure-No-Pay. 5O cents.


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EAST COAST ADVOCATE TITUSVIULE. FLA. MAY 2;:), 1906.\ / 3

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Professional Cards.' Master's Sale, TITUSY1LLE FLORIDA WASHINGTON GOSSIP i jtintVl r1r1'. 'Tiniiim'hliiP HIM licpn PoiPtniotpil nest Thlnklnnr lllrdn..
As n rule' tree building 1 birds do not
by the :Norwegian' mpchnnli
adopt any particular, pritectlro inenn-
:\DER AND BY VIRTITB OF A DKCUEK: -- I rllll. It N "|M>nilpil by electricity and.
EO. M. BOBBINS, U of foraolnsnre.. and .sale entered In the i'Ir- works '> filet that It Ix said to stamp urea for their nest though some of
G RI!
t cult Court for Hievard county, in Chan j A Favorite Spot In a Favored Side of Life at the National them hy c-hooHlng a fork of a branch
dei wherein Light letters. minute, which would
therein
rerv In a cause ndinir! 1,81X1 per
: :::: clone to the diem. Hccm to shun| obser-
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR Nine Kltthur nn0nuitlve
C. legal rei> for Hurry Secton The Famous East letter hour.
)
IO' .tNI(
. Fishier,d".I.. as Trustee, la comlhtlll..nt,and I Capital. make per "a tloll. Very remurkable, therefore:, litho
AT-LAW. Julia. A. Coleman and the Indian. Itiver mate 1 - ------
of Florida.ONTHEBEAUTIFULJNDIAN
dank, acorpomtluoare defeuflaut, I will siilt Coast .- Htor.v of tho clnittlncli and Its nentIn
Will practice In State and United States > aiiutl.iu, at the Court: House door; inTltuevllle It IN l>imjeroiiM: to >"Jc.t: C'olil.ll : a red May l bush. :Xo' wpwlal cure
,un the 4th duty of June, A. 1>. IWHI, WHEN RANSEELL GOT RECOGNITION
the bush In
taken while was only
(Court. during the hours from I II a. m. and 2 o'clock p. RIVER. "w often tin vo h,"nr I' 1O"/lI'k.I; was
in., tar cash, to the I hiirhstnnd best bidder, the liner, leaf but MO HOOII" iu It began! :! to put
"Il'i Hold, and fuw tits
Office at TITUSVILLK FLA. only n a
lusrrllied I made
following mnd. necessary to
realize the soot or f3'MIII.38, and costs of said I A Little Incident lllu.trix.. the learn' Him hue in.n In on M link ullhpneumonia. forth crimson blossoms the clover little
suit ti>*wlt: Just the Place to Fit-out for a Cruise l hU In I of ..II'h'c"mn. i.>niK'Oniienco builders added a piece or two of red

D OAULDEN, 311 I IIxit East. 4 Connnenclnic, Section. 2H, Township the mirthBaec 21 South cornerof Runee I Down this Far-famed River. Mrlltoil of1.nalllo.: the UOUNISHow tint a, c..1 lv<.r .slight I Berlin wool. at the only spot where:
lllumcK w'na
ealil. Lott t runolntf smith. with liiuluii. Klvor Speaker CHnnoii nli."ilit not lie 4"ii.Ilg.t'drd. !. 1'lniiiilii'f-' tholr niMt could be .seen from below
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, one. huntlreit and ten. yards; thence lu .a southwesterly I Fine Fishing; and Hunting Giver r Taxi o( 111* Own "freeRole"Senator lain 1..I1/h lini.. .'.lv ciii.u-tunfl.H HIIVItinlftu'V and thin iilTpcl unlly mnsketl. It to any
.. .
direction lie thencej south 7U
!
Will practice In all the Court. of the State yardsthonue; In a southwesterly yards I ; direction I I to i The town of TlUisvtlle Is situated on Tllliuitn'n l&"l.ul.- ..I'| i omil, to 'itMilt In |.ilitunitink but the moat Himrclilng eye. It was CHtablNhed -
the went line. measuring: on that: lino J>w yards: Railway 154 ... .. 'i. hiul Ilea uHinoil. Itnuiei1. |1"1'1.| |.
ot Florida, and the United States Courts. the Florida l)ast Coast lion .. r Race llorxn 'rl|> r. I \ lii-yoinl question| (| that no such
from the nortliwettt comer. ; thence north to the h> .11.1 l rxitnxlve solo. l b.t I I" pnuuprfiiiew ,
1'. U Box, 238. TITUSVirXK, FLA. northwest r to the northeast miles south of JacJ.l ()nvUle, 143 miles of IIIH. . iiilnitn, |It red puuh forinol part of the original
saltl I.. 'T.1I11.t nuil wiiu-lilnji nil ,IllYfor in"uitniinoii<
After wnltluir
corner of I lot on River, wuiUiluliiK -
'JJ: acres more or leas.FREDERICK. north of Palm Beach and 212 miles tli p"'hulth'III nioiiuMit fur uu lll HJK nulls .....1 l. |lleIH.tl. > 1.l I.|.1IK>.1. doNlgnlicu It would necessarily havo
\ ; A.. MOROAN. of Miami. The \ branch: i I attracted uotlco, the fresh green
WEBB, north TitujvlUe I N'''r Hiilo, l IH \ |It I lifrtlfiM.I'r. among
F.J. effective butt lu, UI'III'C'lIt'lth'u' JohnWoalpy
Spout Manter. | ,
| Is evident that InHttnct -
bat It
& leaves Ill>
the defunct Jackaonvllle. Tampa
A. I>. Penney Attorney for rialntilT.' 33-5 10f iuliio ot last thoiiKlit lie .
ylnhosrnny
ATTORNEYATLAWWill I Key West Railroad, now controlled by I..j near' iilvln to reason led to this)
IUl1IlIllIr 1 1 outUm-ft ,,
I uhtuizotl Itt illi'Hii' uu eminent London device.London Teletcruph.
practice in the Courts of the 7th II the Florida East Const Railway Co., above the horizon( of the lively oh.bll.I'. I clover protective -
. Application I for Tux I>ecil.Uiuler )physician In the hitter half of the seventeenth .
Circuit. Taxes: paid for nOD-re ldentll also runs Into the town-this being th. that wan nmrklng tlii ni>|>roticli of. the I century, had a brother, u West _

and rents and accounts collected. terminal point of that brapcfe. There hour net for the vote uu tinuumiitln| Indln captainln> brought over In Ills gum :Nature Hint.

TITUSVILLK FLORIDA.. Suction. 8 or Chapter 48X8, Laws of EdnendN FloridwUTICIfisherehyglventhat are several trains arriving dally from bill tho other nftwiioon, ways the 11'aah-i l lliigtou ship| Homo logs of tills. wood nt ballast. There was a tender light on the girl's

son.. puruhMser! Tax. (Ortltluata Betty. No, 44-, Jacksonville and Sanford during the coru-sliondput of t th t :''oic'YUI'k .\.. the doclur wild then building u face us'" Hho stood looking nt tho sun-

PENNEY, tinted. the, uth day ot July, A. D.l 1'1.:1.I hasSled season Tlium. He loiiinil III'| to iniH't the 01"pol.tlllllt | hints m hi Mug street Covent Garden Bet. The young! man who was supposed .
A.D. said certtncute In my ntllnu, and has made .
application for las IH.I| to Issue In nctiordiincewith Aa the county seat ot Brevard county ) but for onco l I"> WHS ml* London/ his brother thought they mlglit to be enjoying/ tho view with her

ATTO RNE Y-AT-L A W, Ing; desvtll'ed.law. \ Haiti property certificate. situated embraces. In the llrovartl follow.. It has a court-house and a modern tiikfii. Instead", of n merry rivoitultlo be of Morvlce to him but the carpiMiters. ) but who was In reality lost In rapturous

county, .Klort'lit... ,,,wit I Jail building with rarely I over two or lu got from the npi-iiki-r! a frigid mill tliiillng the wood too hard for contemplation, of her almost feared
.
TITUSVILLE FLORIDA. Lot .1, KlotiK. lilTitunvlllu," Rivtlon 3, Township. three Inmates. The population Is over peremptory (turn down. hang went their tool. laid the logt a! lde HI n>o- to breathe 'text ho. should disturb the
:29 xouth, lUiiKa afl Ka!: > t
I Will practice In all the courts of the 7th The salu IlIn.II..1I11( .assessed. at thus date of the 1000. Illneas'U! so rare that one doc. the gavel ns BOOM ns OnlnoH bpgnn to lONM.. ecstasy of the moment for her. By

Judicial Circuit. Issuance of such certificate. In this nania. t>fii talk. Soon after :'ofr14. llhbnit wnntetl a nod by she sighed/ a deep sigh of Utter -
o H Owens. I'nluss said certificate. shall tor In town finds ample time to act as Is not rtrognlzed. "
I he redeemed according to law tax deed will "Tbe Rputlpumu candle box nuil the doctor called on contentment and turned to him.
'Issue thereon on the 41.h d..y..r June A. I>. llHHi., Justice of the Peace and Notary Public calmly remarked Unolo Joo. "Tin his cabliietninker. AVollaston. In Long.tere "Thank yon so much/oj> bringing me

JAMES[ }.. ANDREWS I 4th Witness davot. Mae my official, A. l>. slicnatiire hitch. anil seal this the besides attending to his medical choir deslri-H to rpootfnl/.o the gptitlpimm , 1111,1 ticket l him to mako ono of to this lovely 1,11I1"lIh aald. "I know

Y-AT-L W, (Seal of 1-lrcillt Court ) A. A. STEWART practice while the other finds time togo from Louisiana hi Ir. ItniiHiloll.Rnnmlpll ." Nome \MXxl lying In hula gurdon.Vol- \now exactly what shailo of MHO goes.
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Clerk clretift: Court rirev.inl county, Florida. '
37-fl BY I). A.HTIiWAItT.: hunting wna. not looking. for tho 1'3'' laston also complained' that It was too with (crimson and I havo the plan oft

County Judge of St Lucle County. Here la virtually the bead of the Indian rlioloRlcnl inomiMit nt nil. HP butt his hard. Ilie doctor Maid ho must get stunning afternoon gown in myKlipiiiinitlHiii /

River and the favorite point for Luck turned to the Mltt'lIll1'r'lI| desk. nm .stronger' tooU. Till candle' box W"IO.h''I' nlnI.: '

FORT PIERCE, FLA. fitting out and starting of numerous was busily cnnuRiil, In i>rlvnti' oonrpmntlon. made nnd npprovpd. lns>-

Low cruising parties during our balmy win. When his name WAS pallet nnich thut the doctor then Insisted on MakCN/ Life

., QTEPIIEN E. FOSTER, ter month, ; as everything necessary! to ho looked nrouuil. almost n* much stir'priaod baring a bureau\ of the snino wood I, DUNerabro..

comfortably equip a pleasure yacit! an was (Gaines I Then ho slowly which" wns also completed and was ao I A happy' home Is. the most vuliiabloitmHe.HHlon

ATTO EY-AT.LAW con here be obtained at the most reasonable got to his feet while Sullies stood for much admired cxpeclitlly by the Duchess | .. thut In wlililn h ihe leach of

onco( vpeechleHM.. but before 1t11l1M,1..ncoul that tho fumo ofmnhogiiny mankind but , Its.
oxnnot nomfortn
Jyal-Upchurch Building! .lax! Rates prices. This 1 Is evidenced by of Itucklnghnm, yon "J.y -
<1 tret ntnrteil nlneM] iwovered.'I rapidly. roue. and It soou If you HIU milTurlng! f.....Ill ihviimailsm. -
JACKSOXVIM.K:! :, F1.A. the fact that the same parties have wns not \vnre that tho Jt'nll..nllil came Into general: use.To . f Yun tlirit.s snide business cures

been coming here annually for many ret'ognf when you. .-ni nr, ymii hniitH. and I yon can

GENERAL DIRECTORY. VIA. winters for that. purpose. In preference tlou" ln. "nld', with wlthorlnir wirensmlinni Cure u Cold In Out* l >ny bo relieved from hone. rheumatic pales r

.i ______ to any other point along the East ? went the ,K'lvel. "Tho !gentleman alai by applying Chaniherhdn's. 1'aln
from J.0IIII.I"nl\-bulIg-"bIl8 niiketl Tnku LAXATIVE ItllOMO QUININE Tttb-\ llnlni., One upplloullon. ..llIlIlve yon relief :
U.S. SENATORS. Coast I heist i l II. 'K ,|SIM i u. nuil .ihv nuiijo.v If Ur and Its com Iniifd ,use for a short;
J. I'. rallaferro...... ., ........ ...JurViimvllla To the southeast of Titusvllle is tie: for rl.'OlCllltloll"bnllJhnnJ"bIU'bl't'll
... ...... .I'ermaci.la SouthernRailway I IU 10 oino K \V. III'.v"1I "l tIJIIIIII'1! time will bilnit iihour a permanent euro.Kor i
8. R. Mullory. ....... ..... promised,! ....'.oitllltioll.bAIlIrb811""AIIII / -
,,' weep ot Bait atemaYaboutlde ( In each IHII ::1\11: mile by all ileuleis. :
V U. 8. CONGRESSMEN. now hns It."

Frank Clark. .... ........... ..... ...Luke City alx: miles In width), formed by the wa. __4
8. M. parl..uan.. ....: .... .... .. ..TamimWm. ' ters of the ramous Indian River Here
H. Lamar............... ..... ... Monti.... ..0.tT. shooting ftM[ 'nker Cannon was himself recently .
flatting, wild duck sailing
B. LAND FFICE.H. made to experience the pains of "Iraa' Standard Electric
and rowing can be Indulged In to theheart's Company
S. (,fhiibb ......... .. .......... ...RoIII.toor. rule." says the St. Louis Kepubllc'aWaKhluKton ,
W. Roblniinn,.... .. .. ... ... ....RooolvurOMoes content of the moat fastidious representative. When the r+

at OameiTllle Florida. portsmab.On .. joint ItepubllPiin caucus to organize

EXECUTIVE DEPARIMENT.: : NltW HAVEN : the ocean beach nearly in a direct the Kppiiltllcnn (congressional. panipnlfd Jacksonville Florida.
Napoleon B. Hroward. ....... . .... ...Ooretoor. 'nIJITU CONNn ,
H. Clay Crawford .. Secretary or ataM.W. Hnrl ret ii in line east of Tltusvllle, la Canaveral met the other afternoon In the house .. _
4Ootl.s
V. Knott,,....::: ::: ::: Treanur" r. sale June: 01, limited June Club surrounded by over 10,300 chamber. Senator Allison of Iowa was
W. H. Kllln. .. ..... ..... .....Attorney-4>ener..l.AlonaoC R. Extension June 20 IDOtl.( '
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Stop-overs
4 Groom..... . .., .. Comptroller.H.E. acres of land. Tills property Is'' owned in the fhalr. The first. order of busy :: ers .q.qYour
Mcl.ln, .... . .Cummlmiloiier i i : ARrtoultura. Washington, B >ltlmoie, Philadelphia, by acme of the mol prominent and UOHS was to elect II successor to Mr. v*
W. M. 1I01l0wa'... ....Supt.| fuhllo Inntruotlon. New York. .
J.Cllttord R.Foster..,.. ..Adjutant-General. wealthy residents of Boston who come Allison as chairman of the joint caucus)
,John Hradfurd,.. ........ ...Surveyor- eneral. BOSTON, MASS., and re- for this congress
R.E. Hose............ ....... . .State. Chemist.Ernest $$35 90 turn. Tickets on Halo May south to hunt every winter. "Mr. Joseph O. Cannon of Illinois Is : ..tttoc.: .t1oc.: J?lociaoWo :
Examiner. .
Amm . SUtta
The cool refreshing health-giving,
0111..... at Tallahassee. Florida. si to June 18. Extension put In nomination for Chairman" nnlonneed -

I FLORIDA LEGISLATURE.P. :. July 15, IttOtt.! Stor-over", Washington. ozone-laden breezes wafted across from :Mr. Allison.. sell :you Groceries at WHOLESALE

M. HiiiUon. Miami ... ... ... ...Senator.O. . Baltimore, York. the Atlantic Ocean. and the broad bay, Speaker Cannon was taken by snrjrlnt "
Olinntaail., Furl Pierce. ... .Roprmentativa.BUPRKMH n J I nr* 'ricketsIckk !. C. and are one of the most enjoyable feature ) and leaped to Ills feet Prices. Write for our Prico Ust... Great :

: !: COURT JUDGES ,Til I *l llil return. on alo. of this phenomenal location. "Mr. Chairman I"- ..< .

M. H. AUbry... .... ... . ..Chief Jilntloe. ' AI.Ul/ June 7, 8, 0, 14, Ullt1( limIted There la a large area of primeval '"Tho I nut Ion of Mr. Cannon Is saver.
P. Carter. ... .... .. .. .A...HJ. iioui. money
f B.F.Tarlor... . ..... ........ .. .. forest and prairie land beyond the seconded continued 1\1 Allison. "All

RAILROAD COMMISSIONERS. LOUISVILLE KY., and northern southern and western boundaries III favor miy"

Jefferson B. Browne, chairman .. ..Key. Went.R. $mile'40 return. Tickets on sale of Titu&vllle. awaiting the advent uIr. Chairman," Shouted I Mr. Canuou The Enterprise Grocery Co.
Hudson Burr .. . . . .. .Little River.J. June 10, 11, 1Sf; |limited "I citmiot"
M. Bryan. ,. ... . .. . . . .......Kisein11nre. June 2:1: Extension: July 2iJ.: IfHW. of the thrifty settler to till the ,
R. C. Dunn clerk . ...... ... . .. ...Maiilmin.Headquarter fertile soil, which now abounds In I 11"1 went the 8'11.1."Tho .
*and orHces at Tallahassee. Fla. OKilil nor spRimw VA., and Kentlenmn from Illinois Is not I 7 Bridge St.
Here can be found quail tur.
CIRCUIT COURT. $$03 return., Tickets on Hale game. recognized." announoed Honator Alli t

Minor Jones,Tttnsrtlle\ ..... ...Circuit Juilm. -UU3D June (I'|j ,0) 11( |limited| 1 key and Jeer hunting/ to suit the: most eon wlrI .1".011"1, 1l4, J.: 1o11drL. .

J. O.Jon.... Orlando. Fourth......Prone Monday
BprlnifTerui '
Fall farm-Fourth; Monday-Ire::i Octolwr.Rnir.TAnrt : has shelled street, electric Hut his voice was drowned by the
KNOSYILLETENN0 o =:: .A S :sc. "t.7bI.I: cS:; O O
65 ... ;
_____ .nw COUNTY COURT.A. .. $$16 lights a reliable bank, several fine aa vt'I'' tattoo, .

A. n. Penney.......... ... .......rosecutingAtorne':County Jmln. sale June 17. 1H. 11)). 2.J.-: "4 brick stores a Board of Trade five "All In favor nay 'Ayul'! continued an. a sill w. Bay St., JACKSONVILLE '. FLA. i
I>. L.Oaul.lHn. ...... . .. . ..' / July 7, 14: ill, limited fifteen days white churches, large fisheries a tan AllUou."Tim. e
A. A. Stewart. ... .. . ..County Clerk. Extension!: :10 1IHX
1r Spring Term; ::Second Monday; ; In May/ Sept ning extract and palmetto fibre factory uyi s Heem to have It.' The ny('.

Summer Term-Second Monday' Anaimt. t ASHEVILT.E, >T, C.. and have It and Mr. Cannon willtake the
QA K DK an Ice factory law and real estate offices ,
November.Winter
Fall. Term-Remind Monday' In ; I E4iti

COUNTY Turin. -Second SCHOOL Monday HOARD.In Februar V r4*\ *tVir nil June return.2,). Tickets a23i. on limited ale an opera house, a well-organized clmlr."Well" ," remurUott the speaker ns !>" FULL QTS. ?

shooting club a large ,
band an armory
19 1110* .
July took tlio gavel from Senator Allison
Superintendent.Tltu.vilte.
J. Walker and comfortable hotel overlooking the':
;\Iembera-E. B. Arnold Malabar; R. R. Mima ( MOVTEAOLK': TENN.. I "this In the first. Instant-oof cxurdom In PRcPAID 2 /7Q
H. n.vent lire j J. A. Cartertfurnbull. l11VtOV I and return. Tickets on bay, besides a number of boardinghouses ) the chair of which I have/ known on w

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. Bale Jlin8 :W, :|ii( jy, | ;:1 t, 6, in various parts of the town. this sldo. of tho rnpltol."

U. A. C"nkling.chairman. Till\ man : Wm. R. limited All at. :Ill, 10,111. Extension Oct. The facts as presented should havea --- '
Walker. Tltaimlle; John It Mlot. IndUnola. ; ::11 IIKXJ)
direct. the attention of
J. .... Wootan, Cocoa; T. J. Cockuliult: La- tendency to Kenntbr Tllliiiun of Month Carolina
4ranTA.Roicular. | MILWAUKEE WW and! many prospective visitors to our cosy .iH.
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horse
.e.filons are held Hr.t Monday In each ban gained a reputation us u race
.4 $ci3Zt10 sale
montn. return. 1'lcketn on town In making their plans for t ewlo.ter. I tipsier nnd his "01111 best but" went
Aug 10) 11, U, limited ? '
:
COUNTY OFFICERS.A.
IIRBVAHO throtiKli recently at liennluKS Hays the oo $4so
I>. Penney.TltnsvllleCounty; Jiidee, AUK. -22, 1000.1'xxaengei. We 'have a fine Masonic Hall In :New 1'ol'kVoI'I.I'1I Washington t-orro .
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1>. I riaulden, Tlti ""v viHe; Pro AttTy,
A. A. Stewart,Tlumvllie..County: : :::: : Clerk.l i and Ticket OliiceIW Tltusvllle where. Indian River LoJge dpondi'Ut. 1'ho1l1tur In uncoimcloils 'N ,1

>..,W.'.lIlo Hall.. III1 Tttimrllla,,". Van] Oallle.Tax. . :Tax. 'olleutor AmaMor.K. ( W .Bay,."- ..St.!. : Phone! 7tl.: No 80, F. & A. M., Indian River Chapter of having picked tho winner In the M 471! : 1.11 I I"Jt n 1 1

John I Henry, Tirrsvilie' t !; :':;. ::::. .. .'rreasnrer.J. Royal Arch Masons Friendship third race, but ho did.
It. Walker Tltimvlllu.. . .. .Bnixtrlnrendent.J. . J. C. LUSK "I KIII tired of' all this. hocus pocuL"
o. Fries, TIMiiivllle. . ....County Surveyor. Chapter Xo. 11, Order of eastern Star;
J. P. Hrowii.Tltiuvllla.. .... .BhaillT.W District I'asKcnKer; Agent. and Tittisvllle Camp No. 141 Woodmen the senator declared In a lI(>Cueh.
Norwood:! Tltusv(il Ile..Registration otncvr ""'hat we want U action. This hocus
of the World meet regularly
TITUSVJLT.K TOWN COUNCIL.; I'ILESI!' PILES!' 1MI.KS: poctis hits gout on long t'lIuuKh."
The FAit Const Advocate li published
V .1. V. Walter marshal
11. R. WlUon, mayor; "Hocusl'ocu.! Ttat'.thetipl"ngreedthe !
.and tax oon..ct..rJ.; I I.. KnnIn, clerk and I tre'tHiirarlohn Dr. Will hm II' Indian Pile Ointment every Friday morning and br a wino ones around tho *enat A

K. Rollins.Henry K. L., tax Brady..assessor I). li;.O.rrltrtiunl A; StewartF. anti1v. 1 will cure HIIml, Uloeilmg; Ulcerated and glance through) its advertising' columns pool was iiiadu up among tho pages

8. Brannln, alderman. The council meet tchlnir Piles. It absorbs the tumors, you can easily see who are the proml- and enipIoyei-H, and a good nixed bet .
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tlri.: Tuesday lu each mouth.TITUSVILLK allays the itching at once, acts 545 a pony Agents for the. I'/lbat tirrwIRii .
BOARD OF TRADE.: Ice, Rives Instead relief Vr. WllllamV, neat merchants of our town-men who was sent to HennliiKS and played on

R. M. Robhlnn. vnwldent.. ; .1. M. Dixon tnnrer. -...- indian Pile Ointment Is prepared for are up-to-date citizens and who are Hocus focus Hocus I'oous won at

needar.. J.night O. Bant In each nvcretary." month at Meets their second roow...Wed-. Piles and Itching of the private parts.Svery asking for your patronage. Read the odds of 0 to I.Kepresentutlve. J.

box: Ie I guaranteed. Sold by drug- ads. on every page very carefully .

WlllInni'M, Carbolic Salve glill., by mall for tile and $1. Sample copies of the Advocate wHlb Hulzer of New York )

WILLIAMS' M'F'GCO.Prop'.. was Mtandlnic/ In the marble room of tho .
\vltli Ariiicit uixlVltch Hazel. Cleveland O. sent, free, to any part of Canada
senate lost In reflection over something -
w The best Salve In the world for cuts, and the United State upon applies
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he had just been saying to Mena-
bruises ulcers salt rheum tetter,
sored, .
tion.Helatin.
chapped bands and all skin eruptions. .NNNNNN..N..NN1N. tor Patterson of Colorado says the

It !la guaranteed to give satisfaction, or .. --- New York Tlmt's. To him there came

4 money refunded. Price 2;:>o by druggists. Cure After Jwenly one of those chipper and Irreverent

WILLIAMS Sl'F'O. CO., Prop's. Yearn of Torture. senate pages."MUter .

Cleveland O. : : ," said the audacious child,
IF yOU RECEIVE A SAMPLE For more than twentyyeara Mr. J.; V.
"Iiow much Is three times live and four
WA.NTED-BY CHICAGO MANUFACTfRj Meseey" of :ii2-J: ; ; Clinton utrent,' Minneapolis "
INi HoraE person ot trustworthiness' and' : COPY OF THIS TAPER Minn., was tortured by sciatica. times two?
somewhat familiar;; with local-I territory as aselstantinhranchoCre. The pain and suffering which he endure ""111. let me see," said Mr. Hulzer. wj
iPy
Salary. fill l paid week. : -IT IS TO- i of his reverie. "That !Uwhy ;
Ir. Permanent. position. No Investment rev ed during this time I III beyond comprehension Coming out
qulreil. Pre"."". experience not essential toenflrafflnar YOU KNOW THAT Nothing gave him any permanent - ICs twentythree"Tor A, I
LET
. Ad'Ireal.Aiaalker Hmnohes.. Como f lock.Chicago. relief until be used CliamberUln's you!" chortled the urchin. and

a : WE WOULD LIKE YOU TO J I'aln Balm. One application of that llnImint seven of bill comrade popped their
relieved the pain. rand mlltl. sleep head round 'the doorway and Joined ::

1 :.HKCOMB I!: SUBSCRIBER. : and rest pob1e! and !less tli.10 one bottle gleefully In the chorus.
live effected. permanent cure. .If

: troubled rifn setstlea. or rhaiima'l,
re r'. wore are t 0t wsne' rreireenn / why not try ,,2; cent hottl of Pst't "...Unt." said Henator I>olllVer the ,

)wit ran hero al 0 toaeu : :1 Balm and He for yourself how quickly: other afternoon, yawnliu 'nnd stretching e y '''i 1
MrelWeenL-Wif a a ny0f I 1 r trot .T .t
..root ran m ao.un( aau.nprsw I Ic relieves the pain For sale, by All over toward the California senator ti .4 hlq v,.

.It ..ro ta.ryruTwe, oale.m SO.daL.e fnwinspow. N........................ Dealers ----- "you ore going to speak tomorrow -
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a.ed A..r.l ttw, ._- - Jol Printing. aren't! you?
D.M.fERRYACO., -t 1 tI "\\'by, no, what makes yon' think soT'"Well

Deiro11, : Do not forget the fact that at the ADVOCATE Stone Is xoUnr to speak, and I
Mock. tttznd 1 r I thought you might! lilt him up a lilt and
YEA I office! Tltunvllie we do job
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BANK DEPOSIT printing; of all kind, neatly cheaply and I make the sparks fly.
I IDOES
$5 000 RJLFarePatd.NatssTales: ezpedltloosly. Letterheads, Yotehead .'.npUc Meal L..,... f.r Mlmmt. THE ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING OFFICE

boo FREE foCRSR1Bordec Billhead) Euelop...,Taga. and alt other A new stamping machine for letter e
m ___ Cow. Wnt 0 taaUORCIAUa kind ALL KIND3 'OF JOD PRINTING AT REASONABLE JL.'fES.Jh .
*.A Basil: CSS COLLEGE -.(,a. bas fJlfOUtlyJ eeo teatedflj tfl.IJerUn .
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4 EAST COAST ADVOCATE' TITUSVILLEV' : FLA. MAY 25 1906.:

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BAST COAST' ADVOCATE. GRAFT IN ST. LUCIE COUNTY I JAUER. PRITCHAKD,. President; ./M.;, BROWN, Vice-President.
BREVARD COUNTY DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY WINSTUN S. BBAHRINO, Cashier'

Fort Pierce, FU May 21: 100(1.( I I

tl PUBLISHED KVKKT FRIDAY. gdilorFoal! Coast Adnnctitft INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK

Entered.at tile rotofll at TUua\llle Florida, The enclosed article la a reply to the HELD TUESDAY MAY 15 1906. .
.aal'aenond, ... matter editor of tIle Koit Pierce News, who In a
last week' Issue attacked l me for claim

CHABLKS H. WALTON, Editor &: Fnbllaber.XWBBBLY ing "graft": existed In St.: Iucie conntv, COUNTY DEPOSITORY.
refused to publish the facts I ---- ------------.- -- -
yet presented a Authorized capital, $1OOCOO
''T- m :
JOCHHAt! DBVOTZD TO TB. DBTBbOPMBHT ; though In all fairness lie, was < 1> ._ bt lIS 1
) =-I f.c: tf Paid capital - $25OOO
= I -I- up
I :
J1.5 ._ _
bound allow defend
morally to me to my f' lIS lIS L :
7 C Y
e OF THB INDIAN! BIVBK, tAKB former asHerllons. (XIIIIIA'l'f-I.) ) :: :: &:. C; .8 .D .;: .. .. .. : c\c.- Average deposits $200,000
it
ti WORTH AND' BIROATHB. BAYIBOTIOlfS.Dlnoontlnuun I was" therefore, compelled to seek a >. .d;.' = ,!! 7 V 71' b ;; :: y :
"I v .-::: i I 1-; K ; .I w I ;;I I ;:;
:
i e of advtn moetbemadeper. full who newspaper baa reputation man, outside for fairness the county.and' 1. F IO a W ) C rY w IO L E Transacts a General Banking
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r .ally at this offlos or by writing. justice, when cfeaMng with Incompetencyand I -U"pr.wntatl, vein Congress;
fraud/In public office 2nd Congressional trlr.t : I I s Business.
Obenk.eto., may be made payable to CHABLESH. J, M. Sun.IVAN, 1 Frank Clllrk . . . . . . .17 80 22 38 :.17 8 10 II 22 I G 7 8 132'7-1 t .

WAI/TOW, publisher. Railroad Commissioners. 1 Largest and Oldest Bank on the River
Editor, Fort 1'irrre'eu' Thomas J. Applt'yard . . .. ::1 1\1 III 12 17 r. :3 J 1 01 J :3.I 8 2 128Ed w
r F'L'T- In writing t.> the ADVOCATE for forma There Is no reason why von shorid offer H. Briley . . . . . . H 23 10 )15 III 3 1 14+ ::1 : 7 2:! 1212.1: ( ,p"'r ve t w Exchange bought and sold on all Foreign
It tlon 01 klnd.tJlewrlt.orwlll oliliite by enclose any apology to the public for having: Newton A: Blitl'h . . . . .17 01 2 24 14 1 3 11 ::1 1 71110 f Countries
1 tag a tiunped'addremiad enveluie."t'l published letter regarding corruptionIn I'. Hnd'4ol1 Burr . . . 11 32 7:1:4: : 31 7.10) 6 :1// 0 I 41 7 7 14 188 --
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n my / "
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.tron..f(8.pprecl..ted. Prompt service
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Justice of Court polite
HUllrt'lIIe : t
St. Ijiiclo county. BH an editor Is not and favor oonsi.tentwith .
BOSTON UFJI'JCIC-The branch Boston office held responsible for( the sentiments\ ex Thomas T.I Clarke . .I. :81) lit (II I 10) 2 ::1.1 S 1 4 1 3 114 v treatment"ervntiva every banking granted.CORItESI'ONDENTSt cnn
4 of Tint FAsr (OAO'l' .ADvrcATBls at 24 Milk preened by all of bill respondents. Charles It. 1'nrkhlll . . . . 17 72 13 ::1. 28 II 11 4 11 II ::1 4 1:1: J21i
street,ana l IN in charge of Mr. Carl P. Mellows You extoll all the public officers as James R. AV'liittleldRepresentative. . . . .1(1( 1111! I"" al 211 5 10 h: 1-1 7 (II 7 J4 23:!
u who will make advertising contract for thU paragons/ of goodness and l honesty; yet a : : Empire Tenet Company, New York X y.. I-
paper.Address. majority of I the voters failed to see It In Wad. H. jones . . . . . 18 72 U 33 U S 7 >5> 17 I 1)) 4 3>> 0218 = ( Florida' Hunk and Trust Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
f -' the. same light/ judging by the returns of William It. (J 50) 11 II 4-1: II 7 I 8 1 :3 :3 H 170 "r.Ir ru rrILI..E..L.A...
all communication County :
the late
You this
ti.. EAs'r COAST ADVOCATE Is the best primary/governed one state, and treelst county from George \V. I 13 0 (j 2:1: 2 4 1 13 II 7 1 7 0-1: __ - __ _____________ __ __ __ _____ __'_h _
. W II. hail! 21 44 31 12 10 4. 13 4 1 tI 102-18:
, TITUIVIU.C. FLORIDA. graft of have lived In. Well .
; ever
any volt ltoeseh..6
I3BI1'T
t I don't consider you have been very com Tax ; J. :EI.: :I> <> :: : .

i plimentary to your old homes, but I do K.W.Hall l : 108 21i0;; 41143 I IIU: : 8 10 83.10 (Successor to Dobbins Bros.)

u. 8. Department of Afrriciilture think you have been unfortunate In County 8I GUN V33LC3Xj: : O C S J.\lC X T :E3..
; Weather Unrcuii-Jupiter, Fla. selecting residences so far, and I am John [.. . . . . : 107 2t: 47 4.1" 11 12 0; :l3I\ 8 10 Ott8: :
County Commissioner Badges, Checks, Door :Numbers, Stencils Tuink and Locksmith Supplies\
:
happy to think you have at last found
bPECIALTY
REPAIRING OF OUNS AND REVOLVERS A I.
lilt Dlstrii-t
The following is a comparative statement an You Eden have with Indirectly a(serpent charged proof fence.me with 1'', A. Morgan2nd: . . . .: . 12 2:1: I 0 II 4 4 14 I 5 13 b I 4 1 1)8) Gun and Revolver parts and keys at wholesale. Trunks and Valises Repaired
i of temperature and rainfall I for the District. :2.24:. Blain bt. Jacksonville. Kla.
being visionary and with the :
stretching;
. week ending Tuesday, Way 22, 100<<1. truth. Now, la defense of my former John H. Allot . . . . . . . 21. 01 21 40 20) 7 12 4 211 8 7 itO 200

441)O0:. ( -1905- attitude I desire to present some facts, to 3nl District : .
DATE. MAX. MtN. MAX.. HIN.r. prove my statements were deductionsfrom U. A. ConklinRth . . . . . . 10 80 21 II 43 11 12 4 10 I 5) 7 10 11 280 TilE SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPANY.
', 10 All 70 Hi\ 711 .
,... facts, and not random assertions. ( District: .
17 WI 71 85 70 You state our officers are all gentlemen. T A- Robinson . . . . . . 111 78 22 3:1:: 20 7 II 3 1 15 4 I 5 8 72:1: : ,
I 84 72 81 71
1181'J 5th District
I agree with there to..a but :
, 81: OS: 85: 7rII: somo have proved yon either Incompetent man; or I'hos!a Johnson CockghuttClias. . 15 (01,10 31 2.1 10 0 6 1J.: . 4 j 1)) 0 ;lOll Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime Cement

1i 20 81; 70 8(1( ( ) else they are so overflowing with good . II. Nauinan . . . . j.1) 10} 2 i. 7. . :2.! 10 10 1 2 0103llember ,

,. 21 78 70 811 70. nature. that they' can not restrain them. \ .School Board *
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!f. 22 /85 70 84 ,.t.'i 1st District .
. selves from making gifts of the :
\\'i,'r Total rainfall for the week: 2.77 Inch. funds, to their friends and occasionally public A. J. Carter. . . . . . . ]15 ] 4 1.. .. . .. ,1. ,, . 7 1 . 1 2 48 Vitrified Paving and Sidewalk Brick .
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Departure from normal rainfall for the ?
2nd District' :
themselves. Now when find bills 3/
we
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t I week: plus l.'f. < Inches. Departure presented anti collected by public U. E, .Mini\ f .*. . . . . . . II 6: / 13; 40 28 11 4 12 4 (5 5 71200:
from normal rainfall since January 1, servants 3rd District: I Offices foot ot Hogan Street, Jacksonville, Florida. Telephone No. 262
\J In excess of services rendered It .
" plus l.tili Inches. looks suspicious. E. B. Arnold. .. . . . . . 191)I 73; 18 41 32 H 13'' r. 4'' 8237:>
01 J. K. MUNNERLYN General Manager.The .
HAL. P. IIAJU>IN. Official In charge. Following are a few examoles : The Supervisor Registration: : \ I 7// ,

- ." County Commissioners started In to pay AV. S; Norwood . . 211,011,, 20 .101 27 Ol! Ill (II i" 22,. III! (; III 111,280, - -- -- -- --- - - -------- -
themselves, from the funds .
people's at
Oldest Established Grain and Seed House In the State "
CONOUKSSMAN: W. I). L mar has 1.00: per day; but when they found It The following Justices of the Peace were elected : District No. 1, T*, K, Iwr

again been elected and we are glad would not do, why they. refunded! one- JIjt-rsjNo; 2, B. It. Wilson ; No. 4, J JI. Sanders; No .*, G. F 1'addison ; No.

of it. We have known him for third of It. Then again/ we find where a 7, F. A. Drake ; No. 15:>, VV. C. 1'eterson. This leaves Districts: No. a, ti, 13: Il,
printer presented a bill and received pay Wm..A-amours: : & Oo. ,...
many years, and a more genial and ment twenty per cent over and above the 10, 10, and 20, in which no Justices of the react were elected

: whole-souled gentleman: it is hardto legal rate for printing! certain documents; For Constable the following/ were elected i District No. 4J. C. Gibert;

meet. he also refunded + ben requested. Next No. 5, AV' 8. Thomas ; No. 7, W ]'.ArnoltlNo.; ]15,-.Copt-land. In No. 2, there! ar GRAIN; HAY AND GARDEN SEEDS
_________________ we line where the sheriff overdrew his ,
-- - - - elected but J. N. "'ullt' received
was no one the highest number of votes,
account SI.1000) time after the
some
FLOIUDA editors will have their I clerk of the, court; discovered the ,fact, lonely followed by Chat. Cast cim iirS Ji Flour, Grits, Meal and Fertilizers

1 annual outing next Tuesday and and he refunded also. Now oan you or For Member State Committee, J. I.'. Woolen received the highest numberof -nrauu MIIISV

we are sorry we will be unable to any one nlve me a single! Instance where votes, but not a majority ; and the: same wan true for Member County Committee *T UOCTia ttO. 2HI East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

join them. Well we know they there has been an undercharge,: ? at Large, where"'. II. Sharpe received the highest vote.
Now, what wan the object of establishing Catalogue Free. Warehouses on tracks of S. A. L. R'y. and A. C. L. Ry

will have an enjoyable time on their a fish and /game waidenshlp In For County Committee, E. A. Sf. :Stewart:; District No. 3; and Chas. II.Nauinan ---.- - -- -- .
-- -- - - -- -- -- -- -- -- .
pleasure trip. If anyone needs a the oounty ? People will thoughtlessly No. S, were elected ; while O. A. Stewart, No. 1 ; and 1 B. F. Beal, No.4,

complete rest from the cares of nnswer "to protect the Mali and, !game" received the highest vote. In No. i, M. H.' .Nanm, .i. II. Sams! and }V. I.. Hughletttied. -
business, it Is the poor editor. Poor deluded mortals, No I We have MeMurray[ & Baker
fish and game laws .that could be en-
------- -- .. -- forced without the existence of such an We have not heard what the County Executive/ Committee will do about

orticer, but then, the county treasury these minor lllren" where ni> one received u majority, whether: they will be run
TUB striking thing about the in- would the lion's share 401-4:1:1 East Bay Street Jacksonville Florida]
of lines
got any in the June Primary or not,but presume, as there Is! no tie for any olllce of importance ,
vention by Dr. P. E. Shaw of NottIngham accruing from violations of such. laws,
that the matter of holding the Primary in June In Brevard
,
; county -Makers and Jobbers of-
because then shot'Iff other ,
) Kng., of a machine which a or oflicer,
I
making an arrest could only collect the will de.eudllugely, on the result of tile election as to State ottlcera\ !
gives; measurements down to one local fees allowed Mm-by--'Irtue- his

70,000,000th of an inch, is that he olllce; w bile by having a fish and game The returns aa shown above, are taken from the olllcial canvass of the Vehicles Harness Carriage and Wagon Material

can put it at once to pratical use. wardenship In the county, they could, County Democratic Executive Committee, and are materially the same as published ',.
besides their legal fees, pocket one haf:
Engineering gauges and telephone ", in the Kvai CIu'I'fVOCA1'X of lust when Saddlery Rubber Tires.
week we were able to give a
of all the fines. Now It /goes to show It
diaphragms are named as the field was the spoil, and not the protection of full and complete report from every: precinct in the county (.except Canaveral, First-Class
Repairing and Etc. Etc.
in which it is applied BO far, with the game: that was desired, for they reduced where It was only a (partial report but covered 1 all dices for which there wan Painting,

wireless telegraphy offering further the game; warden's salary from competition), And thus three days after the election the candidates! and voters!! ---- -- rL'Cnl.by --
91000! per month, to the princely competence '
possibilities. of three and one-third cents per through tile county ,were able to know the result of tile| election. We have received : : l\Inchiucry COU1IUIUY> ,

.- - - - letters showing the appreciation of the In
the
day.A many people getting returns OF JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
'\Vis have lately heard much -of reliable contractor told me he will so soon, and in return we thank tile clerks! of. election In the different SAW MILLS, ENGINES AND BOILERS, ,

race suicide, the discussion being our duplicate county(or building any one at, In the need flgute! of It such cost, precincts for their prompt compliance with our request, which made it possible : PORTABLE OUTFITS A SPECIALTY.

more in the line of spntlme'nt than the connty, and throw In $<2.;)0.00 to help for UK to give the result of the election so promptly. -Wilte for Catalogue .
of knowledge" Dr. Henry D. start housekeeping with. Sold on Easy Terms. Cor. Ward and Jefferson Streets.
says - - -- --- - --- -- ---
Chapin prominent in metropolitan Recently a colored woman rained a - -
THE ADVOCATE NEWSPAPER ANL JOB
PRINTING
medical circles. Then he check from $::1.00) to $13.00, and had It OFFICE. *.**.****...*****..*.**.*.*+********.* **.****.*****
goes cashed. bv Mr. Drawdy, but tome time DOES ALL KINDS OF JOB PRINTING AT REASONABLE RATES. .
on to tell us that the worst form of afterwards she was taken In custody by *: :tonar-A.x-i: tfm; :::Ji1IJS: : : :E],. :: ,

race suicide consists in bringing the sheriff, and after making the check - - - --- Ooooci,. Ji1I1L\::: :

children into the world who can good, and paying flO.oo over and above Blacksmith: : :) c4c Eepa,1r: Shop :: MARINE ENGINE SUPPLIES AND HARDWARE. ::
the amount, she wall allowed to depart
,
not be properly nurtured trainedor :: :
without going; before judge or jury yet ENNIS & FORT. Props T1TUSVILLE FLA. I
educated, and whose neglected she was guilty of felony.. -.

bodies simply serve to enormously Mr Goodwin publicly charged l Dr. Wagon Makers and Kepalrors.-Horse Shooing a specialty -KK

increase the sum total of human Platls with giving the contract for haulIng Up and down leer work have.our special ntttentlon-we pay freight one wny. Ktr
a school wagon to a livery stable of Give us your work. We guarantee satisfaction. .. --
and the death
suffering
run up : t .,
which he Is part owner, In defiance of .. I *
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rate. It'seems as it race homicide the fact that other men wanted to bid for -- -. *

would be- a better term to apply to It, but were told It was useless. : :**

a this condition than race suicide." Now was It a very edifying; Bight for The Ocklawaha Nurseries KK
anyone outside of an Ethiopian; to behold I -KK
an armed nigger; guard over a lot of -KK
white" prisoners who bad been coaxed Send tows for the Spit Fire Plug-The Beat Plug M ado :
COMPLAINT FROM MICCO from their homes in the north, to the extension TANGERINE, FLORIDA, ;t 91.5O J each-Postage paid by us. *
by false representation of ************************** *********** Hir******#******
conditions Want Orange Growers to know tha 'lt Is to their Interest to buy trees -
I l\1I-1::: ., May I'l, 100(1.( and who were morally guilty of from their stock, BECAUSE they have TIIK BEST TREES GROWN IN
no crime save trying to return to the FLORIDA. GOOD RESULTS( can only be obtained from trees that .hl\ve an
I Editor/ EIlHt Cui'Kt l AcIIIOf' nte: vacant chnlr, and to sooth the aches and! ABUNDANCE: OF GOOD ROOTS, stems that are STOCKY tops WELL D1<:- Lorillard :Boat Co. .

Will you kindly allow ine space lu longings: of a tender motliei's heart; yet VKI.Ol'EI!), and leaves, and wood that I I. ENTIRELY FREE: OF INJURIOUS ,
your paper to protest aj .\inst changingthe there wan money In It for more than one INSEOr LIFE: OUR TREES have, all these GOOD POINTS In their favor, TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.
public ofllocr along the line, as St. laicle and cordially Invite Inspection. SPECIAL INDUCEMENT
polling place from Mlooi to Grant, we your are ottered
which Is tho most northern point of county tax payeis can testify to, regret to those who will place their order now, for fall delivery. OUR NEW EARLY Boats Bought t Sold d and Built t to Order
.1. M, :i
precinct No. ]V. The whole precinct lies fully StI.I.IVAX. SEEDLESS: : ORANGE:, } AIU.YS PARSON BROWN PROLIFIC AS PINE ,
to the south of (Grant, and wo do not I Fort Pierce, Fla. APPLE.: Ask us about it. Catalogue free.

think It right or fair to have the nolllnir E3ELg-ira.es
:Ixista-lled.:
place at Grunt, while the people at the Are You Going North V ADDRESS The Ocklawaha Nurseries : : I
oath end 1 would have to go MX miles to B3F-BOATH:: CAREFULLY STORED FOR TilE SUMMER-Representative for
vote They claim there are more voters Get your Clvle steamship tickets from the T, A M. Reversible Gasolene Engine, l>a to 25: horse power. The only
w at Grant than at Mlcco. That Is true the agent at Tltusvllle. Charming trip O. W. CONNER, Proprietor. engine of the kind In Florida, and the best on the market. See: this engine/ in ." ..
but they do not consider that there are from Jacksonville to New York by the.. TANGERINE, FLORIDA. boat at place of business-end of City Wharf.

many people to the south of Grant who palatial steamships of the Clyde Line - - - .V
would vote If they could do HO with less CIIA! II. WALTOX, .Our CREOCIDE preparation for the destruction of ante. fleas, and! other -

trouble than at present. The county Tltusvllle! .'h\. vermin will do the work. SEND YOUR JOB PRINTING TO THE ADVOCATE. (t e.

officers sent the registration book to the ---- r
most remote corner of the whole precinct Notice of Special IaNO \> WHEN
-the east side of Grant, and people fjSF I>() yuo want to buy some pine : YOU WANT TOJVEATOUNITED : PAPER:
land in St. Lucie and Dade
from the south end of the precinct cannot apple
TICK In given of the Intention
go thoro without a good dent of loss Kiiplr to hereby the I IjtfUlttturo nf the State ofHoiliU tn counties P I have some to dispose YOU WANT
1 of time and expense, Instead of sending its regular: n.sshon.:'! In the year of:>t a sacrifice. I bave no timeto I S.AY: I
the book; to Mlcco, where the polling t'if.'II: to mm* a special or local 1 law fur inward
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Florida I In iiliKtaiira I ss follow*tAn look after It. Address, Chaa. I
has been
place ever since the precinct Act out 1 sad l,.ii Ant to aulhorlta the Board II
was established. Instead of encourage- of County CoiiitnlHslouem of llrevard County II. Walton, Tltusvllle, FU. I
lag people to vote, they keep them away Hot-Ida, to levy an additional 1 tax of two mill
each year, for two yearn for purpose of ..
from voting down at this en<1 1SOIllU/ ing machinery' build ,thI roads"fu
one wrote to the Supervisor of Keglntrntlon 8111.1.l county.HA JOB PRINTING done at this office. .
to IIml out tho leasou why the book It nimotefl by the LeglxUcnraof the Stata .

should always be sent to the east aide of PlorlilA.S .lion 1.. Tt shah Ix the duty of the Hoard nfCmmty II VEGETABLE.
Instead of to the place where the election O>nmil.. .......... of Urevanl County rior-
was held. :Said officer says that he l Ida. upon the l uretontatlon to their. nf one or Hodgson Bros.EAU .
mure petitions signed by .. tnaforltvnf tha mriHtttred -
lent It there because It. T.
Smith :
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wan an votma, who are F'reehclders, of 'Maul .
old 1 friend of his. That l I. very nice to oounty,anking. : for an additional levy nf two GALLIE INDIAN FLA. .
help friends, but we think It U a queer nillln gazem. for emu year, for two year*, for the RIVER

way to rue tho county .atTalrs. purpose fat... piibllo nf buying mats iu machinery sail county to Imtld. to levy I.hard.a. Bur tax: Marine Railway SAY rr PLA.IN.: .
If the County Commissioners. changethe of two mills I each year, for two o all .
polling place to Urant:, we would property in said county snbfvct, t"r.w l:: taxation General Merchants and Ship Chandlers l

suggest\ to abolish the IVHIiVreclnct: alto- law to, In be addition litrlert. to tluj other mice required by .Special''Facilities.. ,

tether, and save the county all that ex. Section a Th levy of said. fixes provided -- rvEI; : Y BUNDLE OF GENUINE .
>enxo to hold an election for the few hnrelnehall bemads by tbeeald. Hoard of County For Hauling Out and IB LABFLI.T'D. TAJO3 NO OTI. I j. J
Coiumiiwloiuir at the time required. by law for Storing Repairing
people at Grant alone. the levy of other county taxes, and In the Yachts and Launches. Write :JoxSa.xr .r>:losi. I'or: scilo: by
Respectfully, manlier. required by law for the "levy of. other ::ID.A.ST OO.AST :Li }
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A'1'' .U. I).L. OAt'LIlIt'". Mtutton the .ADVOCATS wbn writing.
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EAST COAST ADVOCATE T1TUSVILJLE, FLA. MAY 25; 190. b


t...*...........++.*.....+..+++.+++..+.....+.+..++.+. Rockledge. Mims. FRED'K. MOUOA.V. --- ----------- -
PERCY G. WALTOX.Morgan .


| EAST COAST :rSTE-\VS. I ----- --- John Deal, of oak: Hill, Is stopping at

a 5 FIRE INSURANCE!' : In reliable ***** lowest num. Real lKhue: t tmuilloil on cotutiUKrloa. L. Picketing called to
*************** $ Abn'tucts. MOUOA-N At WAtrov.Titusville was Ronavonture ,
$ Fla. Sunday: on business.

Newtv Notes Will Mlms, of Tampa, Is on a short t1.Lo'V"111e.: F o...
Contributed .
| bv Our Regular : Subscribe for the ADVOCATE:, so you visit to his mother and sister.
will have something to read during the
Corns of
i East Coast Correspondents. dull summer months Plenty of rain and the orange trees are
: putting on li wonderful summer growth.A. .
_ Miss A. A. :Mrs. Jlertha Weber FIRE INSURANCE.
N11N1/N1N NN1/1.1.1/1 1.1.N11.' ." 111..........1 N 1 Mrs. Mary Bilstol Dalton and Mrs. J. J. M. Terwllllgar Is at his orange

While were culling on Mrs. /Salmon on grove near Jacksonville for a few woe Us.Hallle .

B3T"* Please send all communications Eau Gallie. Monday. Xolle, a.lIof our townsman O. RELIABLE cm'snLOWJoS1' RATES::! :

and Items for publicatlou to "Editor };. Sidney Williams, manager; ; of largo Nolle, was a pletiant visitor here Monday. PROMPT) PAYMENT OK. LOSSES.

4 ADVOCATE, Titusville, Fla." orange glove near Fort Pierce, visited I Peaches are beiug marketed now.
SAR4II ('. HODORO\-I'ln'IIICUN: ANI> 8UKK his parents' -Mr. and Mrs. U. M. Williams This year' crop Is the largest for several
r::: We cannot guarantee to publish\ _Or-UN. u Oaille. Florida. -last week. years. ABSTRACTS. .

Items that do not reach this office) before Louis Sitiber and wife returned
A large class of I robatlonlsts wore received on Taylor Gilbert received a severe cut on
noon ou Thuisdas. Into full mmilmii.lilpHt.St. Paul's Tuesday from a three weeks' trip on the foot, Saturday with an axe, which
,. -.----.. chinch, Kan Gnllie, lam Sunday. Pastor their fast launch, Margaret' They wont will lay him up for several weeks. SEE:! IF YOU h AVE A GOOD'l'iTL1'I'O; YOUK PROPERTY.
Hawk UH far as Liuidcrdale.
. -Will' ,correspondents oblige us by was very happy. I Ed Mints, of Klucbshire, Ga., was. In
writing the nines of and Mrs Mary (Gillette who has been laid Mima last" week attending: his brother's
people places bummer wcuthrr- and little rain I List> up for over a year with broken hip, funeral, B. J. Minis, who died List REAL ESTATE
s. as plainly as possible week. has no tar recovered that she has gone Thursday.It. .
to her home In Milford' Conn.
,
.r Hay Rodxtone Is now engaged/ UJ work I J. Magruder, of Oak Hill, visited HANDLED:' OX COMMISSION( : TIMBER; LANDS { SALE.
Melbourne. at FiontuiiHC.. Flit. The wreck of the freight train near his tine young grove lust, week, and Is
-NO- mails on Sunday last owing to a Dona venture on bund.iy, attracted a doing considerable work planting, more
run oft on the E. C. Line Railway.Mrs. large cl'owd-aud some of them reporteda rues( etc.Melons Your Business Respectfully Solicited.
good lime eating pineapples. ami other
RICHARD W. OOODK.-R Estate: Votary A. II. Adams and family are now fruit.I are getting ripe. Henry Camp Reference: Indian River State Hank, TltUHvllle Flu.
Public and Conveyancer. Ant for settled In the Harrison cottage for the bell cut the first last Sunday.: Minis
Liverpool and Londm.and Glohe.and .Mtnal summer. Mrs. U. E. Minis' health has become /growers will ship by the onrload lots In .
Vlra/ fnaiiranca Companies. Special) attention so much Impaired that her husband has two weeks.
i paid to the Interest ot uoa-rneldente. One of the
telephone poles on Young taken her to the mountains ot Georgia.
1 -- street in I down. Surveyor J. O. Fries, of Tltusvllle,
The high winds caused We sincerely hope she will be benefited
:;v- SubauriptionsfortheADVOCATE, the accident. by the change was in Mima Monday surveying land for BANKING{ BY MAILis
I'' the pink paper of the East Coast, will be Mr.! Goodull, which he will plane to
, received at the Melbourne Postoffice. The fish camp at Lake Washington/ Is. There was quite an exodus from llnr- more orange trees.
, doing well and sending! in quantities of tou aveuue ou Wednesday' -Mr and Mrs
, the tinny game. Wui. E. Hall left for their home In Dayton Judge Oaulden) Is fertilizing his line
Miss Lizzie Eaton lias returned
from grove again. The Judge spares no ex. not only safe and but often
1 her visit to Fort Plel ce.I The colored people at the turpentine 0. ; 11. J. Rossitor and wife for pence and has: a grove that would bo the practical more
Muckln.to Island Mrs. Iluilha Weber for
'I Clint Toll left last Saturday for bid quarters with fish had galore a Itch for fry all.on Saturday last, her home In Cleveland; 0.; and Miss A. pride of any grower convenient than banking at home-- :

k home in Waukegan 111.Kev. A. liilatol aud Mrs. Alary. Dalton fur Mrs. C. S. Ballon and daughter: tiles certainly more confidential.
r IJ: D paine will hold Memorial Alex Near, the well driver, has. a contract their summer home In lllllitdale, N. Y. !IlUuche expect to leave next month for
near Jacksonville, and will leave Boone Iowa, where will the
! .. services next Sunday evening, the 17th. thoy spend
, shortly for the work, via the E. C. road. Fortunate .lU",,,.ourIJ"I"'. summer with relatives.
Mr, Alex. J, Goode has a force of Send
men us savings today
at work on the Tropical Telephone Hue Miss Anna Dnnforth left Ban Gallie "When I was a druggist! t.ILt I.lvonlH, Miss. K'la: J. Kmmons, who has spent your ; .
of Melbourne which will run to Kan for Olean, N. V., on Tuesday last Miss Mo.," writes T. J. Dwyer, now of Grays- the winter III !Minis, sails on the popular ,
DanFort Is expected back this. coming Clyde Line steamer )
t'omUlRQchefay
Gallic yule Mo. "throe of my customers were
fall. permanently cured of consumption by :\\Oth. for New York., for the summer.
:iMemoilal; will be We +
Day observed here Mr. Loilllard\ of Or. King's New Discovery and well and will 4010
onMay.'IOlh.: All are cordially Invited Tltusvillo anchored C. 'f. Il.illou, a prominent orange pay you j
to attend. Decoration at 2 Friends In our hlll'bnr.lo his yawl on Sunday strong today. One was trying to sell his grower and winter visitor In Mime Is ii
bring (flowers p. m. last. Mr. Loiillard had his family on property and move to Arlioua but after now on a business trip to Old Mexico.
board. New I short ho ,
M using Discovery a time where htlllll'Lrlt"lylniol'oste.lln' a coffee ;'
Miss -Lizzie- fine a fashionable milliner C'npt. Bennett will haul out his houseboat found It nnnecosHiiry. to do so. regard plantation. K. I I" Urady & Uro., handle and allow you to withdraw .::
I from Chicago, Is now snugly located at Rochester Dr. King's New Discovery as the must his coffee.
/ the Grand View She Is shortly and put tho wonderful, medicine In existence." '
cottage. being
v well patronized.For vessel In good shape) for the summer Surest cough and cold cure and, throat. .. The J. 11 Chitmbnrlin' house and Without. Notice. :
months and lung healer. Guaranteed by tho orange grove is for sale Both III r. and '
a few days of last week Walter John Asplnwall, of Newburg N. Y., Red Cross Pluumacy. 50o and I $1. Trial !Mrs. Chamberlin being dead, the Tola-
Hazelhurst, of West Palm Beacb was sent A subscription to aid In the bottle free. tines doKlre selling and Minis would
building
the guest of bill sister Mrs. T. C. Nichol( lighthouse at. the mouth of the Eau gladly; welcome) a nice family In place of Remittances may bo made by Now York draft,
aon. Mr. ilazelhurst hopes In the near Onllie River a deserted home.
future to return to Melbourne to build a Fort Pierce.St. -.------- postal or express'money order, ,

home. Major Jordan captured a large leatherback $ Ion Kewnrtl. 100. in registered letter 'f;
turtle or
on Monday last The Major currency ,
Mrs. C. J. Hector and family have lies been having turtle his The readers. of this paper will be plea and, I
moved Into'the soup on Lucie county la claimed to be the checks.
Riverside where we menue ever since. to learn that there Is at lunst. one dreaded .
understand, visitors to town will find a banner county In the state. The editorof disease that science has been able to cure ,
4 comfortable boarding place. Mrs. )Hector Alex Near is building a wall about his this paper has some land for sale In In all Its stages, and, that Is Catarrh. ;
is now having the house thoroughly property on the point in the Eau Oaille that county. lIe will sell\ It cheap for Hall' Catarrh Curo IH tho only positivecure h'
cleaned and put in order. River. Mr. Near keeps his well driving cnsli. This land will, no doubt, trebleIn now known to the medical fiatern- The First National Bank

Com. James plant at this new landing. value In a short tlino. Now Is your Ity. Catarih' n constitutional disease
GIHIs and wife also C. V. and hold the
tlmo to buy It, as pineapple
Glllis and daughter Miss Anna, left, last Copt A. J, Rogero Is hauling out his requites' a constitutional treatment
plantations are rapidly extending. Address '
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lumber Hair* Catarrh Cute Is taken Internally, :Miami: : : :: FJ.o.
Saturday, for the North. C. V. Ulllls lighter on Hodgson's: ways this Chas. II. Walton, Tltusville Fla. ,.
and Miss. Gillis spent several days here week. It Is the Captain's Intention to acting. directly upon tho blood and mucous
as the guest of l>r. and Mrs. Peek before put power In this large freighter.Mrs. surfaces of the system, thereby doBtroylng State Depository. City Depository. ;
they left lor their I A. K. Wilson paid St. Augustine a visit the foundation of t the disease,
northern home.
Chancellor! of Topeka, Kans., on Saturday returning Monday night. and giving the pntlentstrength by build. Assets 50000000.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Jo'. Powell'and two left for" the North on Tuesday last. Mis. \\ait up the constitution and I avsUling nature
daughters, the Misses Helen and Jda.) Chancellor is a niece of Mrs. Gilbert This section has. boon visited. with In doing Its WOI k. The proprietors -- .. - .-.. .- ---..--- -
left, last week for their northorn home, with whom she spent the past winter. very heavy rain storms the last few days have so much faith In Its curative powers

in Waukegan, I 1., where so many of our Heavy rains on Monday night and Mrs. W. A. Ball left, Monday, for that they olfer One Hundred Dollars
good friends live. The big schooner, J. Tuesday, accompanied by brisk east and Sanford and Bartow for a few weeks' for any case that )It falls to cure. Send -KI About) that line of ;r
F. P., Is anchored In the Melbourne har southeast winds, holding of our visit. for list of testimonials.! :: ; i
many
bor for the summer. power and sail boats to Eau Gallle's Mrs. Lamont. of White City, spent Address F.J.Cn Euv A: Co.Toledo.C. '

Mr. and Mrs. Claude Edge and little harbor. Wednesday In town, visiting Mr. and Hold by all Druggists, 75; cents. .. .KEEN KUTTER GOODS .
,
Mrs. Trowell. Take 11+111's Family Pills. for constipation. \
son came up from fort Pierce last /Saturday Mrs I. O. Gilbert entertained on Monday 1/tj/ ,
to visit Mrs. Edge's parents, Mr. last in honor of Mrs. Chancellor and Miss Edith, Baker left, Saturday, for -- -- -- --- 1,
and Mrs. K. vV. Goode. Mr. Edge le- Miss who left Stuart, on a visit to her parents returning \
for their
Danforth New York HiffhtH.
respective
turned south, Sunday as Edge* Co. homes In the north and west, on here on Tuesday. They tnin't ,l bo beat! ,':
are moving their mill
saw outfit from
Fort Pierce to Lemon City where Tuesday.Dr. Mrs. II. B. Paxton and daughter When you visit New York be sure to 'i r )
they
will enlarge their business.. They are Sarah C. Hodgson Is showing a Grace paid Mrs. Franklin of Ten !Mile take a tour on the Manhattan Auto-Cars
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now cutting timbers for the F. E. C. K'y photograph of Sarno and the K. 11[. 1. Creek a visit on Wednesday. either Uptown, Downtown or China I Sold by : '

extension Mrs. Edge will remain here cadets, faculty and guests: over 40 Inches Messrs. Edge and Cay left on Mondayfor \[ town. : ,1-
for sometime. length. This fine view can be Keen at Lemon City, where they are moving Cars leave Hotel .Saranao. Broadway e1 .
the West End Pharmacy. Many of Eau their saw mill, as timber is getting quite and Korty-micond street, every (hour, JAS. PRITCHARD & SON ': '

1'ostinuster Kobbed.O. Gallie' guests and citizens are in .this. scarce here Each trip requires about two hours. ,
Licensed Chauffeurs and Guides
picture. ____ _ ____ 1>Moore!\ of Camden N J., arrived expert .
,WVFonts. : Postmaster at Rlverton n In town on Sunday morning' on a visit with each car,telling you all about Pub- TITUSVILLK:, FLA. :
la., nearly lost his life and was robbed lie Buildings Churches Residences\ 'y, -
to his sisters Mrs. A. M. Sample and
A Mountain of Gold : .
of all comfort according to his letter Central Park, Grant's Tomb and otherpolnta "I
i Mrs. 1). T. McCarty. --
which says: "For 20 years I had chron could not bring as much happiness to Interest. ...... ... ....... ......
> .1 .. ..* ................... '
ic of and '
liver complaint, which led to such A Mrs. Lucia Wilke Caroline WIs., as Jensen Fort Pierce crossed batsOn Cam' new mid thoroughly tip to date = ,
severe case of jaundice that even my did one 250 box of Uucklon's Arnica Wednesday afternoon before a large Special can for special, parties. 04 s :
finger nails turned yellow; when my Salve, when It completely cored a running concourse of people in spite of the had Write' or telephone I'.l.l.'l\): :1 Uryant, or call 1 i Works : ,
doctor prescribed Klectrlo Bitters; which sore on her leg which had tortured weather. At the close of the innings upon Daytona Novelty I
'a' cured me and have kept me well for her 2t: long years. Greatest antiseptic the score stood-Koit Pierce 10; Jensen B. W WliBN.V, j ,
eleven years." Sure cure for biliousness, healer of piles, wounds and sore. 2io 7. We congratulate our boys on General Manager,

neuralgia weakness and all stomach, at the Rod. Cross I'barmacy. their good; play. \1157; Broadway, New York City iTJTUS"'VJLLJIJ E. DILLINGHAM Proprietor. Z P ,,
liver, kidney and bladder derangements. ,

A wonderful tonic. At, the Red Cross .First Street, Year Freight Depot.DAYrO.YA ;y '
Pharmacy. 50 cents. Georgiana.Mr. : : : x. ':z: rt15T11: LID. :: :
04 FLORIDA.Phono y
04: i
70-
Indianola.Raymond and Mrs. :Singleton:! and daughter, FEEl AND SALE SADDLE HOUSES, i, ..
Miss Virgil, of Ifortl were calling on

friends here Sunday. ...STABLES... .BUGGIES: i Mill thoroughly remodeled I and equipped for all kinds of i 1

v left the Sanderson of Scrauton, Pa I J. A. Packard of Windsor Fla., was PLANING, SAWING and RE-iAWINO,
on midnight train last Saturday.Dr. in town a few days lust week, hunting a BAGGAGE UUUZY

Charles Hill, Mrs. Hill and her place to buy, but seemed to be> undecided "fuTIIANSFER i I
father, Mr. Booth, left last Saturday for about It. e e N TURNOUTS of Window Frames, Door Frames, Sash, Doors IIi f
their Scranton home.
Mr. and Mr*. Sherman Singleton!! and' HAULING ETC. S ,.1 ll ff A' ..all kindO" -..) 2
51 UH Mendel of Tltusville Is visiting their charming daughter, ftllss. Virgil, of SCREENS!: BKACKETS; MOULDINGSPine 1
in the family of J. U. Field. We were Miami, spending a vacation on the
all home of Mrs. father 3VT. Oigbctin ( or Cypress) All kind of Turning Colonial Column
glad to see her back again after her old place Singleton's -
late illness.S. J. J. }'os. at Hortl TITUSVILLEIn rear of Robbies' Low Office.FLORIDA Ii with plain, or carved oapltols. i y

J. Field and A. S. llumpbrys went The friends. of Mr. Pierce will be gladto Cabinet Work and all kind of Htair Work and Inside Fnlsh. : I

.. up to Tltusvllle Saturday on business know that he Is still Improving after Whitehall My Moulding are always bright and well 110lahsd.rESI'JofJAr :
and while there they met many friends six months almost helpless Invalldism.He Portland Cement. I G t
dined with Mrs. Umber and family can now dress himself and walk all : : DISCOUNT* TO CONTRACTOR* ON FRAMES,

Sunday noon, and returned on the afternoon about the house quite a good deal. MOULDINGS, ETC.
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C train. Dr. Wlttfald'. wife still continues to 500 Barrels will be received In the next sixty days. :
Last deal with rheumatism In :....................................1..1.1.1N......
Friday John K Field caught a suffer a great Cost a little more than other cement but Is better, .
large wild cat In a steel trap which he her limbs and all the remedies tried - -. ------
set near a chicken coop. Mr. Field shot seem to bring no relief She has the

the there cat has In the been morning more peace since among which time the love friend and sympathy' of a large circle of East Coast Lumber & Supply Co, S. K. 1.TattsDry ,

chickens. EAU OALLIE FLORIDA
J. Brady Bower came home from Rock-
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Mr. and ---------- ------ -- ----- - - ------ -- --
sick. --- -
John Reed's fine new packing house Is ledge, Saturday quite
completed and furnished with all mod Mrs. DeVeaux Sam and little daughter Goods Notions Boots Shoes Novelties

. ern Improvements, acetyllne gas for ,, May, Mr. aDd< Mrs. Harvey Bower and ,
lighting purposes, both upstairs and little daughter, Helen, and Mis Mary ,
down piped and furnished with water Ilainlin were to see him, Sund.,. East FloridaNurseries LADIES': AND=' OE.VTM' FURNISHING OOODrf: STATIONERV, ETC. t

and a roller aizer set op ready for use. Clayton Carter celebrated hi* eighth
EAU: OALLIK KLOUIDA.TITUSVILLE S ,
May IHb. Mr*. Hall and
birthday. .. .. .. .. . .
were Invited to take dinner -- ---- ----- -- - - - -- ---- -- ---- -- - - --
daughter
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Deatlis from Appendicitis
STANDARD VARIETIES OF
with him, and la tho afternoon all the
decrease In the same ratio that the usa little folks In that end of town cam In EL LSTE'V' : -= .S.
of Dr. King's New' Life Pill Increase. and they had quite a party. Cake and ORANGE AND GRAPEFRUIT TREES. ,
They save you from danger and bring lemonade were served to all.
quick and painless release from consti :, FLORIDA.
i'
. patios and the) Ills growing oat of It. Don't forget Decoration Day at the Orders booked now, for fall delivery. I also offer some choice VaUncIa l.ate. "
May ;3Dth and be
Strength use. Guaranteed and vigor; by always the follow Red Cross their church there promptly and cemetery at 1,p. m., so ,that the Tardlff Ruby and] Pineapple for Summer planting. Trees first class ID Ti2n.aa.i2n.gr: :: : :: : cSs: :Eu.t'C.:: .."'b i.tl.:: go

boats that come from a distance can return every ", al. Address
them. t
Pharmacy. 23c, try
before overtake them.
We will home have a program night worth listening \A7"= __ :::..E;.lRood..., -DEALER IX- '

FOR ALL KINDS OF JOB PRINTING to. Com and bring your flower to
ymember the ADVOCATE office. decorate all the gra".ln the cemetery. DRAYTON" ISLAND, FLORIDA. TANKS, BICYCLES AND BICYCLE SUNDRIES. r5AL


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iti: 8 EAST COAST ADVOCATE. TITUQVILLE. FLA. MAY 25. 1906.

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PRUNING THE PEACH. Not If us Iticli 8M ICockefcller. j Florida East Coast

--- I If you had all the wealth of Rockefeller 'Railway..

: ..rlho
\VI.Ie Choir; of W.. .. could not buy a better medicine for ,

I If peach ti"pes oro on strong l'Ic1..lund bowel complaints than Chamberlain's Local Time Card No. 66 In Effect April 16, 1906. u
Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Kemedy.
, 111\11 are not cut back. the topn" will prob. ,
:aibly be too large In proportion to the The most eminent physician cannot pre SOUTH-BOUND-READ DOWN NORTH-BOUND-READ UP.
for colic and
scribe a better preparation
: aoots; hence I would cut back one-third diarrhoea both for children and adults. .

of new growth but Io no In.ildo prun. The uniform success of this remedy has -I' i111r 8TATIO No. '7B 110.88

', lag tor lay experlenco: tell ina that in shown It to be superior to all others,. Jt ; ) Uall, Dall,

where the' fruit In at tbrco years old. never rallM. and when reduced with water /' II oo"m 0 2V&m Lv.. ..._................Iwk.onvtlla....................... 72:1pm: II lCSm
0 :2ZIain ..._......._.. 7 847.m
I: would tlmo from and sweetened Is pleaaant to take 8 0inn .sontbJ..JIOn"Ule..l.v 17pm
: prnnu any now on.- 7 511pm' 1040"01 0 ...__...............$: (. AUIl'loll......__...........,.. 8 lapin 7 45am
.&. E. II., SUHMPX County N. J. I<;very family, should be supplied with It. 7 bIpm: IllRam ....._................... DaNllult'S. ......................... .. 6 tlpni II 411amS
The only rule to follow In pruning a bold by All Dealers. 0MnI 11 lIoam ............_ .......... E".t Pa1.ttki ........................ .. II lIoprn 8 80ams

orchard fthouhl be to tho ------.-. f EIJO1: lJOOia Ar........................... laiatki............................L 'I" 661'111 8 06am
peach keep THE .__ jI"! !"._. 11 loam J.v.............................. p..t..A..., 114r'pm _8 baatn! ,Illniret I-
tree as low beaded oa pottslble; to keep IN ROSE GARDEN. 11'l V :nl.u1 .Ar....,........ ........ ..o Metro.........................Lv' .A 16..01.
:all growtla from the Inaldo of the tree I .._................ 61Ga... L".I".n 1I1aleo ........................Ar II :IIII'm .
as that growth la uwajP from the light, prune Now According to the lnrpoa. OOlII.Ul( 12 82pot .Lv.......................... u el1".L -" ThOj' 6 BllamII
Von Hove In Vlrvr. 111'01 1J 4lflL) .. .................._..__..Dupont........................... t :28p1n 6 loam
and sun and therefore weak anti unable 0 414pm 1 lapin .. ....................,..... rUlond............................ .. 8 bllprn 5 (lOam..
t to bear good fl'ult.1.1 advice would Dr. Iluey authority upon outdoor 10021'10 1 IIII'm .. ........................... D.t..na ........................... .. 45pmn" t 414amw
A&bj'kI 11pm 1" 1 5.1)111; .. ........................ Oraiio ........................ 8 861m t B7,01
:: be to cut out all tho weak limbs and roses Buys: "Pruning of dwarf grow. l 10 lApin :2 Ou"m i !! . .........................Port 6myro.. ....................... 8 i5pm' ." 16..m (..

_ I twigs from the Inside of the tree, so an ing roses may be begun In March and lTIiiir4, : pm ...................... I..k8'll lon ......................4t.; 10llpm 6 l.pmnII '
:214,10/ ,, 4 br.pm Art..................... Orange! (.lLy..t 12 bOp" 10pmIl.juarL
to admit the "nun anti allow n free clrcuUtlou can bo regulated by the quantity and !!! _//lOI"m_ !! ........ ..... OrangeUtmy Jllnctl"o ............... .. 12 411pm //I 6O".n
of air through: the tree. Cut pjuallty of the blooms desired. If the ,; 10 461'nt :l II/Im Lv........................ Nllw i4inyrue..Ar II 061'0' ." ObaiiIL I
.' 4 back t. one foot i ll the top or upright effect of large In wanted (4 IUII"I, \ .IUpm .. ..........................O"k 11111 .........._......_..Lv 240p... 8 SHam ."
musses four
gmwlh.. of Innr... vnnr.K......, ... .H... It."."...k.... ,Ni. .wJersey. .. .. -I.! .I.iiL.'!!! _8lHI'.a_ :. Obpm, 800..m
. --- -- -- or nve cellos can be left three feet In .I/'WVWIW. /' 11 10'"U' II 1I01"n- ........................... '.. ........................... 1t85cum:: 6 10pma
height and nil la tern lit aud old HOllm) 11 I\am\ I.v ............................ I'.nford...........................\.Ar llOJ _l loam"
The life of a ppnoh troe Is too Hhort very TLiilJOI. 3 111pm' ) ........................... iiiVTile _................ ......Ar 2"rpm mam '
and Its crop too uncertain to prune It and weulc wood removed.<< This will . Four Sailings Each Week . 123\1'11I II 11pm, .. ............................. ( oeoa..r................Lv 121pm 2am

0 toe fancy, future or any other effect.Tlili give a large lot of flowers effective<< In Ii 0mm 111am: 4 II BJt :: :::::::::::::::::::::::::: Itiii (J'IW-:::::::.:.:::::.:.::::: ;: 1 1 10pm t7pni 47cm 114cm I

rule necessitates late In the moss, but small in size and withshort 1 11.lln .llIn"", ................. .....1IJ..lb""rne ........................, 12 87pm Slam,
pruning BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK.Calling I1'11./ '; ... //I lO"m( .....:...................... ...ol"\I..n........................... 11 12am 12 SHam
: the spring after<< the greatest danger of weak stems scarcely able to support 2 4b.lln II Olin .... ........................... lit. Lode ........................... .. 30( Mom 12 OIIn't
80"11I* 0 l'o\ln\ ..........................lro.t I'It.roo.......................... ., 10 /lOam) 1l lIro"mII
: frost Is and nlno at
4* killing by pust a the weight of the head and not at Charleston, S. C., both ways) nOllm II H7"ot ......... .................TlhbIl1l8............................. 10 l7"m 11 10"mB
time when the number of live buds can effective for cut flowers. This sort of SlaIn: 6 dIpiii .,. .............................. Jolen;, .............................. .. 1t) Illam It H.pm I.
The Finest in the 3 'Io..m. tI .lIIpn. .._...................Jrn.on ............................. 10 OHam 1llnlpnt) '
be moro surely efltlmntwl. If at that pruning 1 Is entirely for oiiUlde" show. Steamships Coastwise ServiceThe 8 lnm .tI/lil"/ .. .................._........MLllart............................... .. 39 lOam 10 opm
time the tree lias overabundance of "- .......... ...... ..... . .. . "
y an After the bloom H over the long shoots 4" :loaf!) lIpn' .. 1I0blll'lmm'l .. ... ... ........ 11 Slain JO 241pm41Jim '
buds with the threefold object Clyde New England and Southern Lines. >I 7 ,w\l1n)\ ". ............I., .......... %'a.t Jupiter .......;................ .. I 1) JRlLm 100llpm
4 good prune should lie shortened lint( tin plant 6 nlllll N IT.pm ....................\\"e-t 1'lIlm Iloacit ................... .. II 4.m II BOpIn4.nmm
of shortening In, distributing the mny make vigorous: growth: of wood Direct bervlce Between II : 14 41"IIt .." ........................... JI"Ylltou ......_.................. .. II loans 0 Olpm5'lqim
6 1I/IO""t/ .nelrllY ............_............... .. 8 12ILnt S 10pm4Ma111 .
I fruit nod thinning It. It there are but for the next season's bloom.If Jacksonville Boston Providence and all Eastern Points. o 90101"" .. .....................l'ort 1,0llll..rlllllo., ..................., 7 2/lIm/: 7 lllpiiiSlamis
7 few lire buda, prune lightly/ or not at quality of bloom Is. c1 all H II .i7pri .. .....,........................ IIl1nl., ......._...................... .. 7 J9ILm 7 SOpnI0'1l05
desired 7 IIM"m ........................... lIalillo..lo.. ....................... .. 7 learn 7 811pm4l'.am
all but hi and both
: pinch In summer take weak growth should be removed every (Calling at Charleston S. 9., ways) .7 10 :24.nm.! .. .. ....................Lemon (;1',. ......................_ 0 4:1..10: 7 11pm5ai
; chances on pruning back the nest 8BMI-WEEKLY SAILINGS Itonthhound. ( 10( 1IIJpllt ............................... .. ........................_.tv 0 lIam 7 OlpmII
remaining healthy cane i-otnlned and all ...................... .. .......... . ... .... ... ..... .... .from Lewis Wharf Boston Ulhuu) .. .._......... ............................. .Miami........................... IMII.ID
spring.-J. W. TrInkle. cut back to six or eight Inchos. always Northbound..... ............ ........... .....-.. ....from- foot of Catherine Street Jacksonville. 10 lOam .................... .I-vl......................... ............_...._.:iAr..a.. .. IIOpm
cutting just above an outside bud to -
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ANOTHER HARDY ORANGE. open the bend and admit light and air. Johns \ I'nrlnr( nr.on tr..ln.II:: and T8. liutfut Sleeping Cars on trnlni 00 nml OS.:, \
St. River .
Clyde Ljne. } Dally pxueptriumlny.
HOlies pruned. in this way do not heed .
.'.0"."HK Mitklnw Nearer Approach stakes, but ",).23 .--F-J, NO.24Sat.
N.
are
sutHcIontly strong aud BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND SANFORD. No.21 No.17 No.n No 18 No.18 No.ZD No.22 5.4.
to he Svreet Ornove. D'II,
D'II ,
stocky to hold eiwt any weIght they Stopping at Palntka.. Astor St. Francis Bermford (DeLand), and intermediate land and MAYPORT DRANCH.. and
r 1'rofOBsor Van Dcmau. tellM In Rural SUR. Daily in Daily i Dilly Daily au"
: Daily : Daily
be ;
may culled upon to lx>ar. Of course inira on the St. Johns River, communcing Wednesday November le,190t1. 0,1
I New Yorker of new 'rollllbrl'd 2L! = _ ,
oraagea the number -"":' ----
of blooms
will be greatly Steamer "CITY .JACKSONVILLE."
Lj developed<< by J. J,. =Normund" of Marksvllle reduced but the 0 lop 6 4 rIp' s lop 2001' boos '7 flOe 840R lOOp 80011 0 lOp
La. nhout ]oO; miles north of the fine Hppolmeua obtained S appointed to sail as follawnt Leave Jacksonville Bnnd-tys' Tuunclayn, anil Thursday, at 0.30p. 00141.< 6G. I' 8 1M. luMp' IIOHII, _! 1I1I.a! N Ills IlitIp 11/121'/ 9 lIp
I will amply reiwy the luck of m. Returning leave Banionl, Sundays. Wednesday and Fridays at V.SO ... m.. JO'lop 7211.1/11101'/ :lIO"II" ) ) 1I 'fJ", II""lila 1220p: /5 lOp 8 tOp .....
coast, midway between" =New" Orleans 10W'I' 7 'f'I'I' / M" 2 III", 10 I In II lila 7 SOc 12 H.p II Thp 8 SOp
L :and Shreveport. where a temperature<< abundance. Do not condemn. this severe SoHlth.Kound SCHEDULE. JSOrtb. oUDt1Rell" 10 SOp7_ 'lOt' 41 Ills' IM'I'' II 001t. ............... M"Yl'ort ............... ," II Oil",_ .7 411.. 1201ln_ lOOm_ 811111'
system<< of pruning without giving down. _ _ _ _ ite4 up. S
:_ of ten to twelve degrees above zero la It a fair trial. It Is this that U t.eave 330) p. 11). .....................Jack.onvlllo. .... . ....... ... ..... Arrive 200... m. PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI.
not uncommon. In :Mr. NortnanJ'a : adopted Leave 84IJ p. m. ....................... ....l..latlID.......... ....... . . ..... Leale 8 eo p. m. ..
by the best rosarluns of Europe, and Leave 300 ".10. ..................... . ..,.. .. ..... ........ ..... IAlave ,8f p. m. ''0'
crosses Profe 8or Van Demon fliiiln a we will come to It when know Lear t 30... an............. .... .. ..Astor .. .... .... ... .....\..... .Leave 2 00 p. m Close Connection Made at Miami with Steamships of the P. 4 0. S. S. Company for
great predominance of the appearanceda we its Leave ..............:....or..lo..1.. (UeLand)...... . ........ ...... Leav. 100 p. m. )
a men ta. Arrive 8 311.. m .. ......................... lI..nford.... .... ......... ...... ..l..eav. 980 a. m.
Arrive 10:00.: .. m....... .... .. .. .. ...... .....Ent.rprl.. .. ...... ....... .. .... . ...Leave 1000... m. Havana and Key WestTwo

Cen'l Passenger and Ticket Office t 22 W. Bay St.. Jacksonville.r. Sailings Each Week.
MUtakea !. Cotton Culture.Aa .
summed up by Professor Newman M.IRON ONGER. "... Aaat. ()ea. P..*.. AUTC. m: West Hay Jacksonville." Fla. Trains Discharge Passenger at Ship'* Side. No Transfers. ,
W. O.COOFKR,J r., Local Krt.Aart.> Jacksonville (1. P. LOVKLL, auperlntandant Jacksonville.Foot .
of South Carolina mistakes commonly Hogan St., Jacksonville. Fla
made In cotton culture are: A. O. HAG5t Oen'l Kimt'n:" 1'..... Airt. New Voru CLYDE MILKK, Den. Frt. Agt., New York. Those TimeTable. bow the times at which trains may be expentml tonrrlv ""at and depar
l n. KUKH. V. P. and General Manager. from the aeveral millions, but their arrival or departure at the tiiuoa Hated U not Kiiamiiieotl
First, poor preparation of the soil; second General OftlI'r: 30 North ftlvor.l Branch.200 Broadway New York. noi I.lbl.C
\ falling to rotate to supply humus; C. WAI/TON.. Agent Tltuavllle Fla. I
; For Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other Information
third, leaving the plants too thick; .. .
fourth, deep cultivation with narrow: SEE THE TICKET AGENT."

plows; fifth laying by the crop too J. D. RAHNER. Asst.
early. _ _ _ Atlantic Coast Line.

A Otturantced Cure for Piles.

Itching Blind, Weeding. Plot' tiding i MalloryLines
Piles. VI'ugglotl"'tI" iiihilzed to refund TIIROUGU SCHEDULE .

money If Pazo Ointment falls to,

CBOBBDBKD HARDT OBANQK CARNEGIE. cure In a to 14 day. Mc.I Florida Georgia Alabama Virginia _
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of the sweet oranges In leaf fruit and SPECIAL PASSENGER--EXPRESS STEAMSHIPS

:Absence of thorns while the contrary lathe I FRUIT NOTES I North Carolina and South Carolina.

rule among many seedlings of the Largest and most thoroughly equipped the
passenger steamships on coast
The Great of Tiuvel Between
Highway
government crosses that be has seen.
Most planters agree that in localities -NO OVERCROWDING I
Of the oranges of the cross, to which where hard be
freezing can expected
the East West North and South.
the name Carnegie has been given I'rofcusor raspberries are better planted spring Florida I IMPORTANT STATEROOMS ARE POSITIVELY GUARANTEED on these

Van Deaiaa says: "The oranges Jhan tall. ahjpg, as no tickets will be sold to exceed the numberof berths
two Inches In diameter
.averaged over: The strawberry bed should be nestledIn or the seating capacity of Dining Halls, thus Insuring all passengers Indlvldua
and were of good flavor. I do not think CoNVENIENT SERVICE, ELEGANT PULLMAN KlJL'Il'.MKN: MAOXIFICKSTCAKS. :
the warmest corner of the garden.To service and attention
the fruit In flavor to of the
equal any DINING .
the south of a building is an Ideal

really choice oranges but I have eaten place. Aa space is of value In most fNEW YORK AND FI.O1UDA SPECIAL: PASSENGERS LEAVE JACKSONVILLE!: EVERY FRIDAY. .

L- many that were sold In our markets gardens only the moat prolific varieties ROUTE: OF THE: I IXn; FLYER." (See Schedule of Ships In Florida Times Union)
those from the Mediterranean !
-I especially 1 J
should be grown. / FLORIDA AND WEST INDIAN L'T'D.
I countries. that wero no better and I MONTGOMERY L. Jk\ :N.LCUICAUO .
Germany likes Colorado TUAIXS. ;
apples. An CELEBRATED!: :
In some rases not so good. FLORIDA LIMIT.EDCONVENIKNT LOWEST:: HATES TO NEW YORK AND ALL POINTS NORTH.
excellent demand for them la reported.
Including dellghtlul DAYLIGHT SAIL through the
The tact that they are shipped mostlyIn .
Frnnlnir the Klowerlnir Slirabn.Mont boxes also makes them desirable for METHOD OF TRAVELING. FAMOUS "SEA ISLANDS."

flowering shrubs require littler tho export: trade. ATLANTIC COAST! ,LINE 1,00) mile tickets good over 13,001)()()( miles of railroad embracing ,

no pruning at this BOUSOU.<< The prop alt portions of tie South on sale at all principal agencies, at rate of $25:! Through tickets sold to all northern points. For full Information
In spite of all talk about other remedies regarding at
for la immediately each. Limited to one year from date of purchase. For full, complete nod reliable
er season pruning tractions offered
by no other line tickets
; diagrams reservatlns etc., apply to
the lime .
salt and
sulphur mixturescorns address
tifter flowering. To prune now Is: tout Information regarding rates, schedule, Pullman service etc., call on Agent, or
- to be the one that still holds. the : CHAS. DAVIES Fla. Passenger 214 West Ba Jacksonville
oI( the greater part of tho flowering Agent, Sreetl Florida.FOIEY'SKlBMYCUEE.
wood but now that the bushes are bare fort ngnltmt the San Jose scale. SprayIng FRANK O. JIOYLSTON, Dist. Pass. ARt.; W. I D. STARK, Trav. Pass. Agt. .:
time U bore. laS West Bay St., Astor Building' JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
weak branches
_ of foliage I11IMpll1't'lllIn.1
Currant and gooseberry bushes can W. J. CUAIG. Passenger Traffic 1IaDalterVILMI G1'O N. C.
;lire readily dlMocnuxl. Tlicae should beremoved rOLFflffONETAR
be planted along the shadiest edge of -. '--' -- -.---. - - .
ns well as dead branches.
Late lowering shrubs, such aa althaeas. the grape trellis. A partial shade suits for aMIdntni "p(.. turm. M. oplat Make. Kidney and Bladder RIght

Hydrangea p nlculatl\. etc., should! them in warm climates. .1R.J[> .
SE.A.B: :: : <>
receive their annual. pruning now If Many amateurs prefer the hill system .. .

done. The latter bo of Btruwberrles to the matted row.
not; already may
pruned hard leaving but two joints of down.Tho runners are more* readily kept AIR LINE RAILWAY.FOR We Never Disappoint Our Patients.

3nst Benson's growth.
We Fulfill Evary Promise and Never Hold Out Falsa Hopas.UC .
Stricture without the fcnlfe or boagrle .Vnrloocel* wit hoot
The Herlmeeoua nor""., VIC CURE pain or detention from buti.ne t Uont.tfflm.ii Blootl JToieoa
Tho herbaceous! border Is one of the SOUTHERN' caretS never to return, without mercury or miner _........ Loan of ManlyV'orPo.itiv.Iy
SAVANNAH, COLUMBIA, CAMDEN\ PIII ES, RICHMOND, eared no atimulamt. but permanent
most flexible and pleasing piirU of the Hi"-. The Pr. King Medial Co U An Inmltuiloirorganlxi'd. the
Jiome groundii.: It has no formal design WASHINGTON BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA NEW YORK, '... -'. lawsofanenat.lervaafandcbronladiaeauira.: of CtoorRla j for I>..the. N.treiitmt K. Kin.*. the tad: founder our* : .allI of

null may bo sot with largo clumps of I &lil. Institution !. $5..blef con.tiltDir( .itrabit! ). betotf aall.t'
by"< lIsa of eminent ptirlrlnoii and .u,.*3una.
aacu variety of plants grown. . Two Elegant Trains Dally'. .t Our.uo,ei. iO tile tr..toii>ntor chrtmia dI....*. U nn.arp..-
pea j we 0...both m&NtI".ntle'rl.al.tr.ncl"I ..
Ouroffloear equipped wI'" allb. galvanic, fnrftdla baIler-
Seaboard Express Seaboard Mail. I... X*ray. violet f.r. *ud .'10.." ran, la fact ...ry eieotrlcaUeontrtvaDoeknown
to tba medical prufe.alon. Ouriaaltarlumlewodorn
|f STRAY PETALS |I In every reipnct and we employ none but the beat
(rained and efficient atutndanM r' aularlf qualified. ......0" *.
end Uoenaed pbyalolana betnif la cbarge.
Brownlllu major Is n comparatively We employ no ulsltrndlnir OII*.... to ai.cur. pat1..nt. and
MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT. 1'.00..00. O. D.'. or ananknd la.llter..... ...-..nl oat
now plant. It la of extremely easy cui. ,, \t\\\\\ : b,.ISis InmuUnn. Our term for tre..emvnt arwr.*.. from 16 OU
ture. Those who are fond of blue flowers ONLY LINE Operating Dally Through Sleepers Jacksonville. to New Orleans. ''11 ,""oL., an..of to9to.00 per. oor..I.bl.-11I1I montfc.w.dIcIoe B Inoluded/time.We sod w.tfiv tbe .....!-

__t will prize It highly as it la: of a uoeeaafvliy trout act permtv .
to.of
hailo I ,I'1Y BUT >PrTEPNc> : IS. CHRONIC DISEASES. n nhIy cure sit, .. di..;...
extremely:: rare among housa .uea.. Kidney and III.dder trauble. hheumasl.u.
plants. I 4'i For Information and sleeper reservations call on any Agent to1 : \ I'\UbN'Itb. 1Jl/JIIIt.. n.. liydr000l.. Dr....... l..e. o.c.. sedali, PrIval.uaiLclmD. .
4. ptar.t u.nor. and malignant troubto.. e.tarrh of 15.N. .
the Seaboard, or write ? ::: : 1.: .:..... .
Twenty or thirty years ago vcr- ", TbZoal. 1(5.4 and I.ng. Di. of IC, .t ear.
:3 N. K. KJNQ' M. D. Chrunlo l>.lne.... of Woiuan. such .M D4.pl.c.nm.u5a.
>cna as a bedding second
plant was S. C. BOYLSTON JR.. aat. Gen. Piss. Agt., JACKSONVILLE.: FLORIDA.FOLEY'S CMt.. C9aui.TiMa Cole..., U' n.taral DuohnncAa: "and bob w.ntenant*. of woaacn.u .
& uly to tho polargonluni in popularity tu-dar refrardlDir yoor condition I If yon are alck I or aftlicUd. Ou requeat weaend
Write I TOO par .literature.Including symptom bl.aka for home. treatmeat."CONHUI.TATIOM .
nnd it Is beginning to be, used In. ,
/ 11 jjf:1 kt )J44p74rr -- -- --- EXAMINATION!' ANI' ADS'ICJtJBEgye

Callas thrive best Ira u minimum temperature 60 YEARS' 75m4.OtsOt (CIII
itff !CH.!; IINO MEDICaL co.. Sarl.RaaaP.acbtnslt. = Atlanta Oa.

of CO to C3: degrees, with Tor your Protection __,__ ___,__,________ -
plenty of light and nn abundance of .
water at nil times during tho --
.period. growing wo plnco tins ]label] on cferyIxickuKO Remember the Full Name
ot Scott't Emulsion. I ;Atk Always
of the novelties.
Try some In these
Tho Innn with fIsh on hU back
lays of flue plant breeding one can't ii l 1 our trade-mark' and It la. n HONEYIHOTAR ive
Afford to neglect the new thlngi. .. Laxa BrCJ1
Kiiarnnteo that Scott'a Emul. TRADE: MARKS' Q.uinineCures

Rambler Very flue, Itelno climbing Marie roses IIt'1lrlt'ttenl's are Crimson "loll, WIll do all that ID clojtnctl: Prevents Serious Results "4m'i"4cos&c.. .


Rover the and all of the sixteen 8\voet varietiesof for throat It. Nothing or bronchial better troubles for lung In From a Cold. qnlokly tIauliIon Anvnn.t..rtI,.mtjnu prohahig., miv it ukrtfh"uiili.u.ii..,..":and...hl.1 fnw d..erlJ.tlr.n.. .whciber,"mn.unl.m:...otlmmMtrimlrr ?. a Cold in One Day Grip in Two.
llrlers.Thett
Lordd'euzauce Infant or ailiilt.) Kcott'a' Emul. Remember the ,ulrtAntlnl. HANDBOOK on P..t.lIte ,
nameFolay's .. ..... .
1".1.1"
make -barnilng screen or fonoo sgacy fur a.ourIe pst.nIs.l'aI..u.
dolt lo one of tho KreatoHt tlosh- t.<.U.... Ch'.u.rR Mun. A lu.u .....1..
and. and Tar. Insist ..... .
grow vigorously. builders, known to tho medical Honey W.U4 a'>fl. wi'bojt c" th

Lilacs require shade In forcing! ; otherwise world. f upon having the genuine. Scientific Jlm ri a". t3. on Box. 2Sc.

the lower beads will comebun..b w..I, ...., 7015 a sample free. Thr. .1.( .. aso, eoo, si.oo A hlnd..o'. flIII.t.d wssktg.,' '........r "'Pul" '- --- -- .
and valueless. Yellow cloth Prepared only by ....,. of unj .ot naido Jour DAI. ncr..... 'I a -- - -

ers.Is used under the glass by some grow. scan & BOWNE, 4".Jr'i ".'!'" Foley A Company. Chloaso.IJe Tnr MUNN: f.i..r&month Co.3GIBroadwar.,|.. SihlbylI New tiwadMiler" York. FOlEnUONIYAftDTAR FOLE IIONEYANDTAR:

l Cross riianmxcy. JBnuicU VIII.. Ja I. a.,WuhID..t".I). C. stop. hi. Gou.b aDei hea1.I_.. Cores Cold| Pravvat* PncumoaUr
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EAST COAST ADVOCATE TITUSVILUE. FLA; MAY 25 1VM B. 7

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I Eminent Doctors Poise Its Inpadiantj.V Mason M. Clark Co.

The New Travelers Hotel [ from page :2 ] > refer to that boon to weak, nervous, )
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. ---- mifferlnir women known an ir. Pierce'*

opefa season, Isn't It?" Favorite ITescrlption.Pr. Commission Merchants
-On the American and European Plan- The newspaper ottlcea still .stand but .John Kyfrt onn of the Editorial Staff ,
Under new management. Newly furnished and renovated. A pleasant of TUB Kct-Kcmo MKDICAL HKVIKW says
family ) nme. Rates: American Plan, $2.00 and .2J0; European, boas this Is only 7 o'clock, and with their of Unicorn rtxotllrlnn/na( lHt' >tni> which till MUKKAY STREET NMV YOKJf.
.and up. All cars form Union Station stop at the door. power cut off there la no way to net Is one of the cli lef IngrtxllenU of the "Favor
off the extra that would soil like hot 11... Prescription" t"A
II. W. HANCOCK I remedy which UiTirlahlv arts ut4> *
Proprietor an s r
The cakes I see before the door of every inn Invigorator tusk* for normal ao*
beautifully located Riverside Hotel, at Green Cove Springs, U under the one my fellows gnthcml silence, for tlTtty\ of the -ntlr priHlncilva ")',,,,'m." Tomatoes Potatoes
same management. H.oonllnu..."ln HpUmlitw lure a nu>dlfa- Pineapples
It la too
once, nnd dazedly luoklnff ou. nii'nt which mum fully aiiHWi-rt tlio stone ,
awoHome a scene even. for the newspaper purposes tats/ cite uHtrrilnm tf.U" u-hlrlt I amormi4i ,
SEAHREEZEI.: men. to women It Is MHilom: that a cast I Is
I try to make my way to the ferry, seen whlrh. IIMS not i>nw,.nt NOn..lndl.tlonfu MEANS AND AM, }t'I.OIUU.YEH( TAnr.s: OUR SPECIALTY.P. .
this nnitHllal awnu1 l>r. Kyfe further
( first down one street and then down asr+i "Tint followlnir 1 am anuuitf the" li!llnaIndication
another lending to the water front *for H elutda.Unlrorn root). I'aln i
The Breakers or ....hl"or In the buck, with l 'tKt>rrhivai
; SEABKKE2E, FLORIDA.OPEN' Each 0110 an I try from Post to Wash. atonln (1".1)condition. of the rvproUtirtlvworffaus B.-u.hlm.arx c& Co.
. of women mental UtH'n'HHlitn' old Ir* .
ington. I I" closed by lire or wrerkniro, .
,J. ....
rl.l>lllty. uuHN-latxii with ch roulc M1 and there Is no WilY through. On thu reproductive organs of wiinum coiiMtantennatioit
the old uf heat In the n>Klon ui i tho kid :Washington St. I t NEW YOHK.
FOR THE SUMMER:\ Of 1IKKI\ { Washington street opposite
m..no"Io."I..IIIIor.( duo to a weak**
boyMl !lIa>:) Murray Street f X. Y.
1 poBtolHce a building him completely enod condition of. the rcpnductlvo aiNtcnitamrnorrbiva
The house has been la-furnished. Table (HU|>nn>Hnud or aluomt monthly ---------- -
flist-class and Kates Keasonable.. collapsed mid tinder Its edges ore
lM>ruds! >. arlHlnir (room or arconipaiiylnir ut.hnormal
homes mid At lust,, I omilitlon of thn dlin'ntlv..
:Mr. Holt has secured the Clarendon CASINO struggling dying. orirnns
AND HATH UOU ES.
and anifinlii, thin I hi"hahlll| |) ilruirirlnirw .
find nn open( way oil the next street Oranges Pineapplesand
BILLIARDS BOWLING >nnailon' la the extreme' lower part uf the
DANCING AND OTHER AMUSEMENTSwill : cud, with the warmth of the blaze of ahtlomi'ii. ,

add to Ibe pleasure of guests. Fishing from the famous Ocean 1'ler. water front BII loons ou my buck I burry are 11 more present or. lesvof no Invalid thn above woman symptom can do

Write for reservation and terms. across the upheaved street and U>tter than tuko' Dr. .Tierce's. Favorite Florida Fruits Our Specialty.We .
U. J. twisted car trucks. This Is made Prescription( oim of the leading Ingredients .
HOLT Propiletor. of which Is Unicorn root,or HeUmlas..
ground and the earthquake playedwith several of the lu :State stud wish to
and the mixllcal (properties| of which I It represent largest: shippers! your representyou
-- It liS IL child plays with a cardboard most faithfully represent.

k DAYTONA nl AC)(. ,cracking,creasing and bending it. Of Golden Soul root another prominent also live us a trial Rlilpmeiit Established 30 yenis.

On the buy Bide, of the water front Ingredient' of "t'uvorlto inscription,"
1'rof. 'Inh'y KllliiKWiMHl, M. IK, of Ben
the old docks hlllnmbl.'tl and look
nett Medical College Chlc'uuo, Hays:
The Seaside Inn like so much kindling woo The tow "It I its an ImiHirtant remedy In dlmirdora! of -
DAYTONA BEACH, KLA.Is er of the ferry building Is destroyed", thnwomu. In cllretarrhdnmtllttous
"R, I and general enfcobicmenl I. It l" usi-ful."
and broken. The stream
passengers Prof. John !M. Mcudder, BI. D., late of rHEYSERO'BAL.TIIVIORE.
now opon for the summer Reason, under the management of the owner, aboard the f'rrybollt-the only bouts Cincinnati says of Uoldon Seal root t
ttW HORACE F. STEWART. lUndsome and new, situated on Daytona, running arc the Southern 1'lIl'll1c-onl "In. relation! to Its in-nrrnl eirncts. on thn
thtr i nwtttflitt, in /HHi< whtrtiUirre '
m s tin list n
Bench, the hotel Is modern In all Its appointments, with large, airy, pleasant . turn to look buck upon their city. Prom syHt. (it wh arnrral utianimttg>if"vh./..". It
rooms overlooking the ocean and opposite The Alamo\ Amusement Co.'s thin point there: Is Homethlng coloMKUl Is uniwrittiilirotfanliul, ai 1/10// Ujnlu useful litall
Casino and Pier. Terms moderate. dubllUaUid. slates." .
In the disaster. that bus In-fallen. A
Prof. Ilartholow, Jf. I) of Jefferson
I HORACE P. STEWART Owner and Manager.Iflarroun's great cloud Is rising magnificent and Medical ColloKe.. nays of Unliliw Soul r IVID.

overwhelming in its proportions! growing "Valuablo In fifeirlna henuirrhairts( tni.nor*
rhairla (Ilixxllnirt. and c''nm>tlvo dynuiunor- FRUIT & PRODUCERELIABLE
black and blackest toward the COMMISSION
ever rhu-a(painful mriiHiruallon)." ,
Apartment House DAYTONA BEACH, FLA. ground Hpreudlug, wider mid wider. )Ilr I'lerco's Kiivorlto Prescription faithfully FACILITIES.
The red flames shoot skyward throughit roprosiMita all tho alone named In- PROMPT, UNSURPASSED '

Located on Seabreeze avenue, two minutes from Ocean. and but emphasize Its density and grodienti; cures tho dlaoaaua fur which WM. HEYSER, PRATT ST. WHARF, BALTO., MD.
.
Bath, toilets and good water on each /floor. Hales on Application. violence they ore rucuunuoutlud.ttuil

A. S. 1IARKOUN, Prop. I' ___ u ______ .
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Lookp Back on Doomed City. - -- - - -- ----
- I ;eop; It TiT>Tof"nTor7nTirluTll would .
1. Tho Fnlrmount's marble wiills gleam have to rend tilt 1 iwipers.' It couldn't & O'Hara

1.? TITUSVILLK::, orange through the lames Tho Cult help itself Hy mud by and, gradually Hodges c ,

building rises like a sentinel and far the offensive phonetics, would! lose

; beyond you can make out through the something of their strniiKO AntI uncanny Manufacturers and, Dealers In... 1.

[Breitwiscli Villa murkiness 'black splotches' upon the loult Hftc-r nnollier by and by they
; TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA ; ,
green the people hurrying! to the Sun would lose all of It and begin to look Road: CYPRESS AND YELLOW PINE LUMBER.

Good Board and Attention. Bruno hills. On the Pino street hill I rather natural and pleiiHiiut; after n DlCHHtd

REASONABLE RATES. can see a row of old ramshackle cot couple of yours of this thus nation would Orange Box Mends, Fruit" end. Vegetables Crates MouldingShingles( ,; eta .

tagea that have slipped from their foundations think them handsome untie and expressive Mills and ollloe 'located at lliitTulo\ lIlulT, Kin." Wiltetis for prices del I vend

Two blocks from F. E. C. Railway Station, Titusville. Into tho street apparently la- and would prefer them to any to any part of the State. Address. : llodgos! A O'llaia, liulTaio Bluff, K7i*.

MRS. J. BREITWISCH, Proprietress.. tact. On Telegraph hill oil the highest other breed of spelling I for unto the .. _ ._ __ __ _- __ - ___ H_._ __ -S,
place, the "sky' line Is marked with eye that can make n haystack Iioopsklrt

IPEACOCK;' HOUSE, ITITUSVILLE, FLA.I.U.stt a garb of up-ended fringe of the people beautiful any other onnrclvnhto horror IF YOU WANT A...
who have' sought refuge there ut the "
*. / / up H an easy Job, .
Flrgt-claas Board at Reasonable Hales. Restaurant and Retail Grocery in top of the streets. ------- ------- -
-
'couaectlo III n/'l./ Al. lt PEACOCK
i Prop. There trains moving other
lire uo
ratter to JII. Extract: Co
than the Oakland local when we get to
Titu iillrt/ fin 1. Lot .
,
MKLBOUUNi:. Oakland, for there are no wires to send .Building
1 train dispatches ou. At last n train Doer Sirs: Mr. -, Prmldeut uf n ... "

moves out to Stockton taking/ Its cotton-mill ,ai Union S. C,-he don't .

Hotel Carleton MELBOURNE FLORIDA chance, and a few venture ou It. It Is wanr. tu ant hi* name In print-had I two
W or a lot with a HUll.DINO HEADY FOil OCCUPANCY
otters ut BOO gallons fOf /palm : 'I.all: and
R Brevard County. 10 o'clock and we have nothing to eat '
"Highest and Healthiest Point on the INDIAN RIVER." Hotel 11.25. Tonk the IJ.l\l ; : ; II'HIII"t. .klutll"l. J LAND Foil AN ORANGE GROVE
and drink but give thought to
wo uo
ilea have I throe . If
got /-quurlauakinued
.
with wide verandas.
Sanitary plumbing, gas-light, bath rooms on that I plan to make my WilY to Hun lia'd taken ilia other, !I'lNKAPPI.K PLANTATION or TRUCK OAniJEWk
every floorand pilvatebaths, furnace heat And good: drinking water.
Two blocks from Railroad station, and near Crane Creek launch Joso and telegraph from there, but by The tl.IO! ;!<> was full-giillon( ; the #1 1:1\: : We probably bave for sale just w hat you are cooking,;
11 o'clock we know that Ban Jose Is wan 18 percent short full-nivnnurtt/
harbor. Excellent Fishing and Hunting. Hales:*J:.!..//IO AL per FERGUSON.day. wiped out. palut was ndulttfinted 40. (per cent; the setilttm, Hie lucking In but still there Is_mom If you axe

r .Itort-meesore paint was a from looking this drop a to ,
: A few wall red eyed refugees way, p
'.' cent | beitloVii beuxl ne In the ell.don't
tee Bellevue San Jose are coming to Hun Francisco know how much. JAS. E. IN G R A HAM 3nlVlce-Pre.llent.
MELBOURNE :JFLOHIDA. and\ we meet them At Nlles. "Sail '
Duvou d-Hiid-xliia w...... mild. In the
Jose Is Hat on the ground" "Sun Jose town then. FI.OUIDA EAST COAST U'Y,
A healthy winter resort on high pine land Indian lilver.
overlooking Is gone!" These! are the messages theybring. It don't pay to monkey with paint. ST. AUOUSTINE. FLA +
Rates:} f-J: and upward per day. Special rates per week or season All brick buildings are down I Devoe costs less. limn any of um; not Ui I]

-Write for rotes to- there.A by the gallon of course ; by the hotisa -

ADAat who In the St. JIIUl', hotel .. sad year Thllt'. how to reckon It. (io ../ 'l.. '.-_:'.:" '- _- _' ,,:- : :.:: .:. -: :. : ' -' .., : .,
CAMPBELL "
[ K. M. R. W, CAMPBELL, man was by the unine.
there tells mo how the side fell! out Yours truly ".
Manager.
: Proprietor, .
_ of the room ho was sleeping In suit! y, W, IJKV.IK A Co.! '
-- -- the brick chimney fell In upon his New Yoi k. APainlessCureotCurablePain .\

LINVILLK, N. C. bed nnd yet /he cscnjicd.Tlie I. I'. S. .1 all. Piltchard A 1'1011lell.. our

security of the rails was suspected paint/

and tho train traveled
tiously. From. Rust, Oakland. nothingwas Wood ntiit. In Palvitla. of
pains are curable. They are the sign dangerous
seeola Inn L1NVILLE N. O., Known of Incoming trains. or the "Wood Biilnta" are pectillurltle of

condition of the road. Collision. were modern Palestine They are descrlb conditions of the female organs:: which should be

Imminent mid every ('urve11'1 Iu u book of travel and exploration, promptly attended to or dangerous results will follow.WineKc1rdui.

In the mountains Western North Carolina, altitude! :H.SOO feet. breathlessly roniuU'il. Kuch bridge and "The ..lol'dlln1111..1' und 1'ctru," by Dr.l.liipy "

Delightfully cool climate all through the summer months trestle was it now danger, and when \ \ anti Dr. tonkins. At Kl I Abu.

Trout Fishing, Golf Lings) and Tennis Court. the train crept Into the Altumont tunnel dlyeh below I the set of Unlllee where

seemed as If no one breathed In tlu Jordan, Is fm'IIIIIle.] they found their

-OPENS JUNE IJTII-: any of the dark curs, and n High, swept first gixxl MiieflineiiH. of n "wood mint" :

through when the daylight gleamed lit A couple of struggling trees mark the
renting place of some holy Moslem.
Reached over the Southern Railroad to Johnson City thence via. East the other end. Corning from Oakland
The has made the trees IInCt..J
,
/grave
3' to Stockton the effect of earthquake
Tennessee and Western North Carolina liailroad to Montezuma/ the
has given them u new n.1I1IUlIldreb"
tion! wherecarriages* from Kseeola) Inn meet all trains. were apparent us fur us I.u-
(poor( ), and him rendered them safe
JAMES P. VIKING Manager. thrutie, lessening n* we drew away
from the mole. Our train only crept from outrage for egos to come. 'j'hegI'll IT COMES TO WOMAN'S RELIEF ,
--- ---- - - vu of tlm holy' man and the sacred '

NEW YOItK.: along at times trees convert tho spot 'Into .a sort of whenever the suffers (from any of woman's biting and weakening pains.

New Top_at.. sanctuary or "safety deposit. and It not only compels the pains to atop, but It follows up and drives out

hero the miperstltlou people tiring firewood the cause of the pains, which prevents them from coming back. y
Never lu tho history of spring trulllciu
roof tlmbem, oh! doors and wlu-
and about New York harbor" have so It makes you well. Try It.Sold .
otel dotes, agrlculturiil linplemciitu, woo Marlborough many brand new topmasts bleu neon measure and liotiscbold vessel for everywhere In $1.00 bottles.
on. sailing craft of all descriptions its
suite keeping, Tliey lire safer here than'they
Broadway, 3<5th and 37thStreets, New York this :year says the New: York correspondent could possibly lin under' lock und WRITE US A LITTER "WITHOUT A PAIN,"
of tho Dispatch.
Completely Renovated and transformed In every department Most centrally Plttsburg key in their wretched' home So I K freely and frnklyln' strictest JontlJ- writes Marr.Shf'lton., of Poplar

located hotel on Broad..ay. ELECTRIC LIGHTS and TELEPHONIC Scarcely a sail carrier, from oyster come to puss' that these Movleiu ence, telling us aU your symptoms. and Bluff, Mo.although ., I c..n my homework,
boat to full rigged ship, has beau trouble. We will sent! fee aJvlce before CAKDUI two
In every room In the house. "WOCN IIU'Ot' ,," ere altogether uu .*. ukaiic ,
EUROPEAN PLAN. 400 Rooms. 200 bath rooms. Rates: $1.60 and upward shunted about the harbor for the lust useful fraternity (In plain seated l envelope), how to doctor had done me no xood.; I can

without bath. li and upward with bath. Parlor bedroom and bath $::1 l few weeks. whlfli.. __.__ ilt___._l not _show.n._ from__ ___ trernnly cure thrtn. AJJress: Ladles' Advisory truthfully say I wa cured by Cardul )+

and upward. Parlor, two bedrooms and bath (5: and upward. one to two lofty sticks shining lu all Th. Whl...t City In .h. World. Dept.Th> Chattanooga; Medicine Co.', I want every suffering lady. to know of
and Inmarked Chattanooga, Tenn. tills wonderful medicine." i)
of
the splendor rew dressing
SWEENET-TIERNEY HOTEL COMPANY; There cannot possibly be n whiterilty
'. contrast to tho dingy awl
E. M. TIERNEY Manager. : than CudU unless It lie built of .
weather beaten wants which held them -,
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now. The best way to approach tho
aloft They are a "shining" commentary port Is to take a trip on one of the!' - -

-VISITORS TO NEW YORK CITY SHOULD 00 TO- ou the havoc all classes played of by shipping wintergales small steamers which! ply between the iNAL1L.1bJ1J-E: : : ::OTHERS" .

among ports of Morocco anti l Spain.'' A* yon
along the north Atlantic coast. Captain .-.."I'f' to: All, KHTAKLIHIIKI: 1HHM-
IQ I;> West Kind: Street- Nicholas: Hellly of the Kilt Island near the count yon sea In front of yon "
'he a white tares, which; appear to be \VIII.SKIIHVIMH: : (JINH ANi JJnJu4.:
AriiistroiigNo'
ferry counted Iu a single dJiy recently
( e "719: Riverside") floating the -
upon water. Just an you '
fifty-three Bulling vessels on which ; d'I.: Beer. =
Express Prep
are. The first thought of a foreigner/ I I..* .

were forty-seven new topmast, scale ... ... ,... . .... .. .... ...Wei
that ha la In sight of an Iceberg. The Full Qijurt! n. 4 (|u s Qta IWJM ar. ". lI..r. .. 1.
A select family-hotel, Dear Central Park, subwajs, elevated and electric vessels baring two. others only one. Jllln.njtf'1nltft', .. . tillMI 'Tan .. L .... ..... . .. . .. . .. lit
railways and all places of interest, and a good starting point for Coney, lie made a note of It la his log and ban whit macs, glittering in the nun andre Nnlii.il. County Kit .. ...fj.g in 4 -'II IKI4B m.ii.Ur.lMult . .... . .. . .... . 101)
/ derml ...ira ,Uik. .. ... .. I I.<> I .
I more dazzling Itf the blue sea MamiK'aiii Rye . .....1 TOi <) 'ant ? )t
Island Rockawsy and a:1?) other .seaside and surburban pleasure resorts. been trying to figure what the total and look.. like lUnniTl ".." Rye .. .. . .... > 111 /a un 9 Ma 1'"t>iiri loss. to- sailing vessel In lofty spar sky, exactly a monsterIce I '*, . 4 M 11101:1'( I: '''' l 1I""I..I1Ir.> . .. ... .. .. ... .... :I'MKtr
plumbing 'H""I'
Single rooms and suites with all conveniences- new sanitary / ban been the basis of forty-seven to mountain partly incited, 110 that outlines M"I.Whl.I ..... . .... :r1111I1o M U"h.lh"ntplolll . ........ .. :9 2'J
smule hot .ml cold water .-apply and hotel l on f' u-h Hnaitr.. 3 in A OUS 9 M
private baths, porcelain tubs fifty-three. of 'IIIItlea and bill appearuipon 'It. AppL.|;: hnaly..a:: : : :: : :" 7ft IN) Bulk Goods Jugs Free-Not J

table and, service eomblbed with borne-comforts sod moderate prices. - ---- lint only for u second d.x-u. the Illusion 1I..1I..I.Un. .. ... .. .... .... ...11.*" 4 111"1! Prepaid. ,
... .... .... . .. ., (
lust' for know there Iceberg tlen."ln. a Mn a. "' (10",1| | .
and you are no .M nat.-Ky.IInCnrn. <)rail
Terms .t\1) 00 week upward. p.r wI.
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per .'......I. ,.lll...
Mark TwalB ow *| ftorth ("'nilliiB' r'x: / scat 7 lOt/ . tt
M' Rtlii, Kara. IIM
U.I Cora, tI
A. AKM STRO (o. In that part, and yon are quickly I, Mnunuln Corn .. .. .. ..S on w tittp.silty.!" | r. *
Mark Twain does not think that reformed ,. .. .. . .. 7AM
Informed that yon are looking at Cadla. .lani/< Rum S: 4 ai" 7 i ill l .M.r (l .l.--Kj., Glut Corn, Rain. JlstI'JKJl
fpellintf will IMJ adopted naysHarper' Mwifur'l tan ... a 7S 5 mII lit) ,.... .
( 1\0 other town !In the work .... ... ... ,. far the m ".. .
pl'4lMIUt. M
Literary losslp. "Ami I'm flra!> H. ty stTe IUIno .:f6aNp.r /i,,l ..' Hy.. l..ch and ApplHrwiiiiy. K
such a tangle Ring of K.ncuckir li nrhunfort eat MvHnwAil liv Air*. .
PRINTING OFFICE.Does sorry aA a dog," be says, for I du love eppearahce.-- Plmrry or Aanll .t pa "i 7 *) .| ivr fine.-11|..turfs. rye, xilal DrnpsiUy

!AST COAST ADVOCATE revolution uiul violence." It would .l_>rciu.Dl allowed on .nil KOMI) of sit. .',. prlee. .. .. Meiiitlnal (Ju.lity. ______ }
Jigs Htfxxt the Test irn Vmrs. ---- - --- -----
take only' two years to wake the
:=.lH West A lam Ht. iTackHoiivllle Fin.
and Description of change be estimates. "To begin with. The old origins! Gu, >vc'. Tulc.t.s t < "
Kinds
all the nation would be Iu a rage. It Chill Tonic. You know what joo era lid

would break: Into a storm of scoff, I taking. H IN Iron and q"IDln.la 1 a tato THE ADVOCATE J1fo1PAI'F.R!: AXL JOB PRINTING OPKICE.

-- JT<:>:I3' :PRINTING: : -: Jeu'I. sara!. lII.&Spn..II'a..YSUjI\'la!] tloqll !*M foiro. Xo erir no ""1. Me. CARRIES TUB LARGEST !STOCK Of STATIONERY IN THE COUXT).



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ii 8 EAST COAST ADVOCATE TITUSVILLE. FLA. MAY 25, 1900. .

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........... ............ *. .*....**..*..*..... **}* ANOTHER RAILROAD TALK. DEATH OF MRS. ROBBINS.We .

? I :: We hare heen dealr9 In <<<"". 1 1J '" &
DIAl\1rONDS\ # We are told that the people of Fort regret to have to dhrontcle! the sad PENNEY BRANNING'SUPTODATE

monde And other preclom atones H. Pierce are working like Trojans. to get a death of Mrs. Mica Pennlngton Robbins lr ,
r railroad built tram that place to Tampa mother of Mr. Ceo M. Robbins, of
: and they hope to get capitalists to build this place which occurred South Ti-
lnce the estabHshruent
************************ of. our tusvlllo o'clock _
that Melbourne 0:10
It. Hut now a rumor afloat at : on Sunday even-

J business In 18' 8, and direct Imp'rter for more than 20 years. j I may be the place selected for anew Ing, May 20th, KHM) V
: road to Bartow, Tampa and other Mrs. Robbins bad been In Ill-health
l I polnta.I for some time, and had been under the CLOTHING
=We save the middleman's profit=
you Persistent rumors are being circulated care of physicians for Hilght's disease. ,
>w* In Tampa, says the braid of that city, On Sunday afternoon she was writing a :i 'i '"
*r to the effect that the Floi Ida East Coast letter In her own home; and, after finishing HOUSE.
: I.. A aFt J&, :t Railway Co. Intends to build a line of It, went over to her son's residence *',(..," ;. T
II/ 7 e-' i I WICITK: FOK OUR :: road from a desirable point ou the East adjoining, about i 5 o'clock, and said she $; ', I
Coast to the pebble phosphate region.It was not feeling/ very well. She, how I
JKWKI.K1CS: A IMI'OltTKHS' ; CATA I.OfJI'E. :: Is said in connection with this, that ever, joined In conversation until about ..

3. 41 West"" Bay St. Jacksonville, Fla. J'______ __..____ :: Hartow la their objective point, and 7 :U0: p. m., when she decided to go up. This Illustration
from there the road will\ continue across stairs and sit down. Mr. and Mrs. Rob-
***************************************************** the State to Tampa. bins left her for a few minutes and came outline of
Is a mere 1mel'e suggestion
The East Coast: Railway people. It Is down stairs. In a short while Mr. Robbins /
---- learned, have been seriously considering heard his notber fall out of the }how Schloss BroH. Summer! Coats and .

::11. I,. MOT3.aO: :: """"V. FAVORS SPECIAL LAW. his proposition for some months, and chair In whlcb she was sitting. It took '1 Pants fit and look. We would like to I ...
since I there have been so many endeavor. hardly a second foe: Mr. and Mrs. Robbins -

Irlitor" JSaft, Coital Ailiorittt log to get such a scheme on foot, i it Is to get to her; but it was realized show you the real garments: and then
probable that the big East Coast systems that the end had come. In ten minutesDr.
I desire to call the attention of the you can judge for yourself, why HchlossBros r... fk o ,
going to head off the movement. Rollins was on the soot, but he pio- ."
r 1 DUZ good people of lirevard county to the '1'he' Florida Kant Coast Railway Co nounced her beyond human aid. two-piece suits for men and young
( '1'::. notice published: In this Issue of your has ample capital to put such a plan Into Mrs. Robbins was a most estimable E #
paper of the Intention to apply to the although men are in demand by discerning dregti-
execution, and It Is sincerely hoped lady-beloved by all who knew her (
next legislature,:( of Florida for a special that the movement will' materialize.If blind for many years), as she ere Each garment In carefully tailored;
OLD OLD RYE or local law for thin county to levy a tax the East Coast Railway Co. decidesto always carried sunshine with her being 4
RYE of two mills a year for two years, for the /go ahead with such a project, It Is a of a very happy disposition. She had the shoulders, lapels, collars and fronts i
WHISKY purpose of buying machinery to build foregone conclusion that the luyestment been a resident of Titusvilto for about skillfully moulded Into shape by expert a
hard surface roads. I wish to do this at will be a Rood one. Such a road will 18 years, and her genial countenance and
this early date that the people may discus mean ranch for the counties and towns personality will be greatly missed by her tailors und the style and drape of these

I It so that our Representative may through which It will pass, and there host of friends here. We join with garments ate sure to win the admiration a
II follow their Instructions in this, as he Is should be no trouble In tbe least In securing them In extending Our deepest sympathy .
willing to do In all things. I will be / a rlght-of-way. to the bereaved son and family. of men who know good clothes. f fIf .t

(I I glad if any one has any objections he Dame Humor says that Melbourne is Mrs. Kobblns. was born in Port Austin, you want, R go r I will publicly express the same In our nearly opposite Tampa and that a corps Texas, In 18-11/ so she was about ((13 years
' i e county papers.I of engineers have started out to make old. bhe leaves one son (Mr. Geo. M. look these garments over-try them on
.rrw.e/a1Fine copyrlghfedtJ-
am bitterly opposed to any bonding tbe survey.If Robbins, the well known Attorney of examine the
. Liquors, Wines, Beers, scheme, because If we bond. 1 and expend: that road, could be run from Titus this place), and some relatives In Maine. : woikmanshiu. They BySCHLOSS { \
Ales, Stout, Etc. say tOoou.OO;;( or a *100OOO 011'on roads vllle\ It would have a tendency to bring The funeral service, held at St. will please you; so will the prices BKjgs. A CO.

8ar"Send me your orders I ITITU3VILLK they would wear out In a w.hort time and more settlers on to some of the best orange Gabriel's Episcopal church, Titusvllle, $10.00. t 12. >O. $13. O. $1.-;, 00. Fine Clothes Makers
I we would have the bonds to pay just the and vegetable land in the 8t"te- Monday afternoon, was largely attended, Baltimore and New
L and COCOA; FLORIDA. same. We have an unlimited supply of the Turnbull hammock, just north of and conducted by the Rev. W. C. Arnold, $17.50. $::!'0.00. $22: SO. ____ :. York

parlance mArL accessible; has proven tn all to roads be the which nbt.aod;; AW_ ,Tltusvllle.. appropriate of Daytona; the hymns choir for.singing the_ .some occasion.very -MAIL ORDERS A SPECIALTYPNNE'Y't3Z or, I II 4 4i

E Robbins & Graham Go cheapest matcilal'to be had. BREVARD COUNTY COURT. The remains were then taken to the Ti "
Our County Commissioners cannot tusvllle cemetery for Interment, Mr. s RAN'N'ING: I
take tbe present road fund money and Andrew Froscber having charge of the

(Incorporated.) buy this machinery and at the same Court convened, Monday, with JudgeA funeral arrangements.The UP-TO-DATE CLOTHIERS MEN'S & BOYS' FURNISHERS
PAID UP CAPITAL ti5OOOOOThlacompanyowns:! time build' and repair roads; "one or the D. Penney presiding, and Colonel D. I'a1be"rers\ were: Messrs. Geo.F. ,
other has to be left undone. I estimate L. Gaulden prosecuting. The followingcases Paddlson, F. A. Morgan, Cbas. II. --TI.: 't"U.s'V"l.11o.: Xi"B1c:>>:rl.d.n--:
that It will take about $0,000.00 to buy a have been disposed of: "Walton, E. B. Wager, L. A. Brady and
good traction engine, with broad wheels, State of Florida vs II. L. Keen-charged Percy G. Walton. - --------.-- -- --- ----- ------J
iosr :ID s dump cars, steam shovel, etc., which with obtaining money by violating The casket was enveloped In a mass of M
engine would act both as a propeller and contract. The Jury brought In a :=ard.ware stoves Oils
'' the Indian River Country On the St. verdict beautiful roses and other flowers sent : :
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roller to smooth the roads travel about of guilty and he was fined "00.00and by friends of deceased; many of whom
Lnole River; at New River and on Bay six miles an hour and haul a car load of costs or nine months at hard labor. were also present.at the Interment of PAINTS CROCKERY, GLASSWARE, ETC.
marl at a time. The county convicts State of Florida vs Joe Fielding- the body. urM i
Prices to suit tbe times.
Blscayne. could be to work the roads and charged with He
put on petit larceny. pleaded Bleep on. beloved deep' and take rest
Send for Land List. these, with one good; man In charge of guilty by advice of his counsel, F. J. Lay clown tby head upon thy ttavlour's brll".tl t
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tbe machinery, In two years time or less, Webb and was fined (20 and costs or We love thee well, but Jeans loves thoe beet
Offices at Titusvllle and Miami Fla. we would have all our roads built and two months at hard labor Good nigbtl Good night I Good night!

the very best In this state or anywhere.The (State of Florida vs Joe Fielding- ,..
money collected from the usual charged with assault and battery. He A SUCCESSFUL TRIP. '
East Coast Meat Market road tax would /pa about ten times as far pleaded guilty by advice of counsel, F.
as it does at present ; that Is, we would ,1./ Webb, and was fined $15 and costs or
get ten times the value of our present 30) d.iys. Mr. J. Lorlllard, wife and family' returned -
G. F. DUREN, Agent. road fund. This additional tax: of two tttkte: of Florida vs Fred White to Tlltisvllle, Tuesday, from a

mills: a year for _two years, Is so small chanced with aggravated assault. The nine davs' trio down the river groin as fp'I' ':,
sc far Fort Pierce In the 30 ft.
: that no one would feel It. To Illustrate, Jury brought In"a verdict of guilty: and as yawl, I ;
ew -e: Merle S, with the launch Success, as a II I I.
tbe who defendant fined '
pt man now pays CiO.OO: taxes was $50;:; and costs or ten ,
U2- / -... wouU then pay about $3200:! (taxes. This months at hard labor. F. J. Webb de tender.
r3.i While one of the purposes of this trip
t'c wra too would In some cases, lessen taxes, fended r
-: ns It would do away with the necessity State of Florida vs Theodore Bunting was pleasure and recreation, tbe main
=- for any Special district road tax, which -pleaded gulltv to carrying concealed! purpose was to demonstrate the ability
of the Termaat fc with
3 .. hRs been levied, and as high as live mills, weapons. Fined 10.00 and costs ,or 80' I < Monaban engine
which the Huccess Is equipped. In the
on a number of districts but recently, ass days.
I. Illustrated by the seven mill tax to be State of Florida vs Crawford Gigger: run from Fort Pierce to Sebastian, this '\
>: e isS levied In the 15rd Commissioners DIsrlct. charged with contempt Court. Fined 2in: h. p. engine In the Success pushed
e this 30 ft. all the without
yawl a
way
enn ( $20 and costs or six months at hard la
t=a: Atop, thus demonstrating tbe durabilityas
c=D I have given this matter careful "
-=:a.. bor.State well the of this I..
= CTITUSVILLE bought and I believe It Is the only wayor of Florida vs Chester Pinknev as ability engine.; ells ,
Mr. Lorlllard visited ,,1tbe\ fish houses
feasible plan to gob roads In the near charged with deserting his wife. The
FLORIDA. utnre. I need not state how much Jury brought In a verdictof $1 and costs on the way to Fort Pierce In the Interest
such roads would save to our own people or 110 days., F. J. Webb defended. of his engine, and reports a very success
ful trip. The wet weather during most ,
> and how It would Increase the valueof
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of tbe time and the sudden fall of ten
THE ANHEUSER BUSCH lands aud bring/ settlers to buy our I;
t.t vacant lands and thus Increase taxable INDIANS DIE FROM MEASLESFor degrees/ the barometer, on Monday,
caused Mr. Lorlllard to cut the trip Wa11zer: :: 3ardware: : Co.,
property, and lessen In the end the burden -
short and hasten homo.TITUSVILLE .
Brewing Asso's of taxation.: some time there has been quite a TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.--

The proposed law requires a petition large number of Indiana camped near -.---------- -- ---- -- _ _ -- _.------------

ramous St.Louts Keg and Hot- signed by a majority of the registered Miami, says the Miami correspondent of ELECTION ..N+*.......+..N..N.N.+N.N.NN.NN...NN.+.**+
voters, who are land owners, before the 'rlmee-Union. A few days since measles .
tied Beer. I County Commissioners can make the broke out among/ them and has proven i F. A. MOKOANProprietor. DB. E. R. BLAKKWOODRegistered DriiKglat.: ow I
levy. I do not want this law unless the fatal In two cases. On Saturday, Doctor On Tuesday, at the Council Chamber, ,
Bold !Meisn.\ A.. and .
F.
by Ixmley I people want It, but I beg that this plane Tommy and his mother, an aged squaw, Titusvllle, an election was held for the ),
R.L. Motlnw,Tltusvllls,F1a. adopted or a better one suggested. died from the disease, and n number of purpose of determining:: the question of II
B Mr.R.L.MotlowCocoaFin. Respectfully, others are kick and In aserlous condition. Issuing bonds for the improvement of II
D. L. OAUI.DEX.: .1. D. Olrtman, a very close friend of the this town. Only' the property owners of .[ RED I '
JOSEPH ZAPF & CO., Indians Interested himself In their welfare Titusvllle\ were qualified to vote and as : PHARMACY
Yesterday morning be secured a /great many of our townsmen have 4 ,
A DESERVED PROMOTION. permission to move them Into houses their property In_ their! wives' names j. '
Sole Distributors, recently occupied by AlligatorJoe," only a few were allowed to cast a ballot i
f A circular letter received at the EAST near the folks of the Miami river, where for or against bonding the town of Titusvllle
610 to 020 West Bay StreetJlO'COfVCC.LE. TOAST ADVOCATE office tells us that b1r.S. they will be treated by local physicians.This which was considered quite a S I
C. Boylston, Jr, who for great many act of Mr. Ulrtman Is very commendable joke upon the "much-married man," TITUSVILLE FLORIDAA f
FLA. years has been Florida passenger agent/ and one the 'braves" will and placed him In the same position as
of the Seaboard Air Line, has been promoted never forget. It Is said that this diseaseIs his wife-without a vote. Complete Stock of-
to the position of Assistant Gen- practically unknown among the Indians The polls opened at eight o'clock a.m. f
West End Pharmacy oral ,:( of the system, but when attacked It Is very fatal. and closed 'at four, and when the votes PURE DRAGS AND DRUGGISTS SUNDRIES
headquarters canvassed It found that two
with In Jacksonville. Mr About 12 years ago an epidemic of were was 1
EAU OALL1E FLA.S. oylston> succeeds Colonel A. O. Mao measles got among them, and a large votes were cast against bonding this ;
ouell, who Is generally considered to be number of the tribe died. It Is believed town and eighteen la favor of bonds. Prescriptions Filled with the i
C. Hodgson, M. D., R. P., one of the most efficient railway officials that with care the sick will now receive The election passed oft quietly, and Utmost Care and PromptltudeTDtJi: ; .
Proprietor. 10 the Houth.:: lie has been promoted tothe ; from the white men, that the disease there was no undue excitement.

Corner of Young and Houston Street. office of General) i Passenger Agent will not be noa'lYlo fatal. Mr. Girtman WE WANT YOUR TRADE. GIVE US A TRIAL ORDER. i
Mr. Boylston'a appointment has given will see that tbe afflicted ones receive
Complete Stock of Drugs,:( and Druggltit'a/ general satisfaction to his numerous the best of treatment and care CHURCH NOTICES. '........+....N.N.....+. +.*.+..N.N.+....*N.+..+. .

Sundries{:: Cigars; ,:( Stationery, Per. friends In Florida. It is a well-deserved __ .. H __ i.
fumery, Toilet Articles, promotion, for he has been associated DECORATION DAY. Services will be held at St. Paul's 1
Souvenir Card. with Col. A. 0 MaoUonell for 13 .or 1U! church Eau Gallia at 7:30: p. m? Sun Walker Co. 1I I
CanilioB, Etc. years lie has been with the Seaboard day, May 27lh. Preaching by the pastor Grocery
1''aoIrevlou"Iefunct railways since 1888( Next Wednesday, !May 30th, Is. Decoration Kev, J. II. Hawk. Kpwortu League I .
Prescriptions and ban tilled every position In Colonel Day, and while there, Is no concerted devotional meeting at 0:15: : p. m. -_ Dealer In I
Carefully Compounded. lacDonell's otrlco until he hind reached action at present, we are Informed Mr. I[>wk preaches at Melbourne at Staple Gt-CLca.: DEria.r.C3r: O-rocories: : t
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the position of Assistant General Pass- that the graves at the cemetery will certainly 11 Row m., Sunday, May 27. I

nger Agent,:( of the big Seaboard Air be decorated. Fruits: anal: ,
tbe Vegetables
Line. There are quite a number 'of soldiers There will be preaching at Baptist .
Marine Gasoline EnginesManufactured burled at the Titusvllle both church, Titusvllle, on Sunday: next, May
Mr. is and cemetery, I
Doylston
a very competent Hay G-xeuizaL aJl.d. Feed
and : : :
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27th morning ,
popular railroad official, and ''the Aovo- Federal and Confederate, and. both Rides evening \-I M
by- OATS joins his numerous friends In vbould join together In paying this ap- Your Patronage/ Sollclted-

hearty congratulations/: upon his appoint. propriate token of respect for the depart TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. ..
Termaat & Monahan Co JOB PRINTING of all kinds done at -
neat to tbe office of Assistant General ted brave soldiers. Should there be any r'
OSHKOSU: WIS. Passenger Agent of the Seaboard AirLine that can not attend, they can leave their this office at reasonable rates. Give - - .. - -- -- -- -- e

; and aUo to the !genial and whole flowers at the postofllce, where they will us share of your work.Everybody's ,
ouled Colonel A. O. MacDonell. be attended to. It Is earnestly hoped E2.1. :se.Z: dZ; SEO., .
there.. will) be enough flowers to decorate
e In the Law Book. -DEALERS iy- -
cemetery.Draying !
every grave 1I
Hnve You Any Illleloney'V GROCERIES, GRAIN AND. HAY, AND ALL FOOD PRODUCTS I,

1 I. and Hauling. AGENTS. TAKE NOTICESpecialterritory We handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agents for MAPES FERTILIZERS

Possibly you have some deposited kinds allotted; now In press ready Ina We deal exclusively In the above line of goods ai 1 solicit the trade of all consumers. -
AU of and
where It Is drawing no Interest. Possiby drsylng haulingpromptly few days Hitchcock's Revised, new, Write us for prices on Grain and all Grocei' "s, delivered at your station. '
you have loaned your money to your attended to, and Satisfaction' enlarged, up-to-date edition of "Every E. L. BRADY BRO. '. TITUSVILLE, FLA. I
loads, only to Unit that. when you need guaranteed. Man Ills Own Lawyer;" Everybody's tC
It you could not ,get:( It. Perhaps sometime JOHN KETTLESTltusvillO.Notice Law Book, legal rights, legal remedies, - - - -- -- - -. - ..
you have lost both friend and business' forms adapted to every State GOlVER
lonoy. of Amendment of Charter. In the Union. When published tome 'sS.Z'1iI. 0., 1I
Have you money hidden away, ,Ira.... years. ago "Every Man rIll Own Lawyer,"
IIIIt no interest, and In danger of loss bytire ( ' that at a meeting hundreds of thousand! .* of copies were -Dealer In-
being stolen \V Your Is NOTICE.herehvtlren ... sold. Thousands remember that book
or money of the Florida' I. "
a ttd worth something, and the First National and Trimt 'Company. the following ameuu- and will want this one. Agents coined STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES HAY GRAIN FRUIT AND a
cents of Irs nharter w rs silnpte! ,
hank of Miami\ Klorlda. offers you jUllttbe ttoctton! : wa' .tn"nd..1 so... tn read. ss folIOWMI money selling It when the country was PRODUCE'Oil'
Investment that you need. See: their "Th.t Mid. otirporatlon" almU have mid much smaller than to-d.iv. The new ALL KINDS.
;: "Get Our Catalogue. dvt. on our Ath page of thU pnper. ""...Iou by its corporate' name for the perlotl of generation will want this new book. TITUSVILLE .. FLORIDA.

Lorillard Boat Co. They are a good, strong National U.tnk ninety 1 be nine the city yes. n.of anil Miami that, ['Its x 1a place rntmty, uf ilomlcllelikll riorln '- Apply for terms to agents and circularof III
Agents, under. United States Government super .," and Aeotlnn! 14 WM .men..te.l l>y milMtltutIn contents now. Sample copy post
TITUSVILLE FLA. v'"lon.' and otter you an absolutely safe the wiinln"""Y "of Munil. ; where the words, paid, .1 SIX Retail, '!!.50. B* subscrip INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORY.TITUSVILLE
TUnsvtlle,
town of now appear., .
.- --- place to deposit money Remember the The _lot Florltl. Loan sad Trust' Compinvwlll lion only. Address Hitchcock PublishIng
and l'rcMalag.--. dollar that Is spent has said goodbye to ,.pvly. to his Rxoellvinoy. th. itavernor' or Co., 4'''.tub Ave., New York.P. FLA.Is .
Cleaning you for ever, but the dollar that Is enered the State of Florida for Ills approval thereof .! S.-Mr. BeoJamtnWhIttchcockthe:
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