East Coast advocate

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East Coast advocate
Place of Publication:
Titusville Fla
Creation Date:
May 8, 1908
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Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
28.591111 x -80.82


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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LOCAL NEWS, Oeo. II. Fernalil-Hardware. Co. The "Ilnltlinore" Suits for Mr. E. E. KIlO, head salesman for F.. -Mr, W G. Paterson of Cocoa, was AMONG THE HOTELS. i ;

Dealers In Wholesale and Retail Hardware Young Mien I.. Brady A: Uro., spent Sunday at Fort In town yesterday, I

id Topics of General Interest. paints, oils, ""sh. doors blinds, Pierce. -MIsaMyttle, Wlllaid left for Cocoa Take note of the hotel ads I on our i\ '

lime, cement brick and shingles.: Here Is a style that appeals to every Postmaster. F, M. Taylor has return. yesterday, to \Spend, May-day with rid.-l 7th page A

ADVOCATE Machine Shops, all kinds ,of repair young man who sees It-graceful lines, ed home from Ms visit of a couple of lives! The ADVOCATB Is on file at all tie !;

THE work on engines boilers and Naphtha. a nifty contour smartness proclaimed weeks at Canaveral beat hotels In New York city .
$1,5Operennum, in advance launches In every detail t FOR POST CARDH.Mr. I

.".} six months, Tin and' Metal work, plumbing, steam This\ Is one of the designs that Is "mak Master Itosser !Morgan Is riding a and Mrs A. A. Stewart left for The Indln'h River hotel I, Tltnsvllle, 1;
ii.00 per an. to foreign countries. line new Yale bicycle this week-a which baa been .round s
and ing Daltlniore famous" the home of pro be for the open ,
gas fitting. Good Work at lowest ; as Cocoa, yesterday, to on time t
:ben you subscribe for the ADVC prices swell "Young :Men'." Clothes-and the sent from his father. Mayday festivities for many years, under the managementof "

i by the year It does not cost you' GKO. U. FKHVAMI: HARDWARE Co., great house Of Schlose who originated It ft' -Mr, and Mrs. Jules pardon,\ hays ,I Mr J. G, Hint, and others, cloned on I" I,
( -Mr, William (I. Klllott a popular
* cents per week, postage Included. Sanford Fla.Mr. Come In and see this model, we haveIt returned to their New York homo after 1Vodnnsduy' morning after breakfast I
resident of Miami\ snivel at tire $teti I,
Mr, heel will i
In all the new, cloths and colorings- spending the winter on their 1\lace" go to Dnytonn to manage 1 ,
ads ten centsline '
i- notice are
Reading Tltusvllle to remaina '
swell novelties In ng, on Wednesday the City lintel, for "Dad" Matthew., j ..
this Geo. M, Robbins has been bUill.I Greys, Tans, Browns, Merrltt. .
pace. few days
on who will\ take vacation this
Olives and Elephant shades All sices a summer. I
I ly engaged the past two weeks attend ; -Mr. It. F." Hatch of Rockledgecan I. .
r Get the ADVOCATE: at Manda- ing to law matters between Jacksonville all prices-$1000 to $JO (K). Also see : dlilate for Brevard -Mrs. D. II, Palmer a prominent rea.Ideot The Llnvllle Improvement Company t .

,,'e jewelry store! and Miami. our fine line of Spring Furnishings county treasurer was of Lake City, arrived In Tltusvllle, announce to the friends and former pa. ,; :
In Tltusvllle on Mondsy, shaking: bands yesterday, on a visit tu1 ra. W. II. Ma- I '
WINSTOX 8. : .
BHAHNIIO Irons of the Espeolit Inn, at Llnvllle m ;
Com. J. II. Allen or the Outing -Mr. J. Wolsey llllliard, of Palatka with his friends timers. of South Tltusvlllr.
Af- I It Headquarter for Style and Value, North Carolina, I hit return of Mr. James ):
1 b, was In Tltusvllle oa Monday. ban been a guest of the Sterling, Tltusvllle Tltusvllle Kla.Mrs. FRESH:\ DISPLAY FIVE AND TEN tit Walker and :\
dinner at the Sterling, he left n. b"brleft.; Tuesday, 1 Vlnlng, of the JelTorson Hotel, Key ,s ,
t taking several days this meek
attendingto Cent CANDIES. Tltusvllle PharmacyWe for her home In Atlanta, (la., after n WOIIttoa..umelt. management; for the ( 1

lllenburst. : Insurance business Baker and two ohlld'reo.of Jensen of silt of three months with her parents, s..anon of NKW. Mr Vlnlng will open :, I
acknowledge receipt of a
T CARDS AT MANDY'S. -Word from Mi.. Frances Robinson, arrived Sunday, to be the guests of the Cadet Adjutant a very newsy copy publication \! Mr. and Mrs Frank Hattie the Inn on June '10th, cloning October 1. t' ",;
Mrs I>. B. Clark.
Mr.Winston S. Branntng! our well who spent the winter In lltusvllle., says l sued by the\& Kellt.uckylllilitary FOUND.-ATCIIY 1'1EItA UfASON- Mr. I. M. Mabbette, of Holly Hill, ." I

wn clothing merchant, was called to I' was snowing In Pawling N. T., on -Mrs. Graddock of Jacksonville, who nulllute[ Lyudon, Ky, lo watch clinrm, Owner can hive the Kin., a former proprietor of the Indian Ii I' '

nl on Monday, to appear In the the :22nd of April. Lovely weather on has spent the past three months with -Commodore Charles A, Welch and same by calling at this office, I Identify.Ing River hotel, Tltusvtlle, ,has leased the ."

ted States court as a witness. Indian River. her daughter hire J. Begg! has returnedto same and paying for this notice. llreakais, at Seabreese, and will open I'f
wile, who have boon spending. the winter +

Dr. and Mrs. l". II. Houghton, of -Mr. John II. baron, a well known her home. at their place on Banana River, arrived -Mr. A, R. Moore of Merritt, spent the house on June hat The rates for "'

tone, and son, Mr. Frank Hough- orange grower of Courtenay, wa In -Mr. and Mrs. Tom Johnson, who at the Sterling, Wednesday, and yesterday In 'Jltusvtlle, on business connected the summer at this hotel are lower than

of Okalaboma, were pleasant callers town on Tuesday. Mr Sam-as most had been In Palatka for a week or so, left for tbelr Boston home yesterday, with the Presbyterian churchesof ever before, as will bo seen by the ad.

Ie ADVOCATE office on Monday, be. of our readers know-Isa candidate for visiting their son and family returned "Jltusvllle'and Rookledge on our -Ith page. We wish Mr. Mab

leaving for Daytona the office of treasurer fur Urevard borne for Wednesday. DR. MILLER, DENTIST, TITUS. bette eYery'.uocell. In his new venture f
vllle\ Jl'14. -Mr. J.V.. Watson, of Miami candidate l.

i CLOVER HILL BLOCK BUT. -Mr. and Mrs. Jan. .M. Mitchell and DU HOUQUTON, demlsf, Peck Block, I for S'Mte Senator for llrevard, /St.iuole We acknowledge receipt of a beautiful i''
Miss Daisy Brady left heie on Wed.Desday -
Easter card from Mr. Wm. Green
r, at Goldsmith's. family, will\ spend the nnt two monthsor Daytona, Fla. tf. and Dade counties, has his plat menu _
for New Smyrna, on a few days'visit of the palatial Grand Atlantic
manager ICI"
Mr. and Mrs. Hoffman Allan who so In Jacksonville, where Mr. Mitchell -Mrs.I P. S. Balkwlll, of Cleveland, with Miss Mabel Berge, wbo..1II form In this issue Read It. ,Hotel, Atlantic City, N. J, Many of (

been In Charleston West Virginia, III connected with the Indian River A 0., who spent the winter at the Sterling, soon'leave, with her parents, for her TRY IDEAL: FLOUR at Goldsmith's.. our townspeople will, no doubts pleasantly )k,.

log after their coal lands, are now Lake Wortb Pineapple Growers' Association writes ns, a few days ago: "Cold weather borne In Adelpbla, N. J. -Mr, and Mrs. J. D. Crabb and son, remember Mr. ana Mrs ,Green,
be Stafford hotel Baltimore Md., here; Ice on top of porch and our furnace
.. Geo. hi. Robbins, after attend J, 1). Jr.; left yesterday, for Lake City who were very popular guests of the
a very successful vUlt THE DENTOS:l I I" now located at Fort Is still going. Tltusvllle several weeks
Sterling for
lug the meeting of the Grand Chapter of where they have a sons Master Roy ,

tev. John )V. Walker, who has been fierce. Dentistry In all branches -Mr, and hi re. 0. J. Cogglns, of Rock- Florida, Order'of Eastern Star at Day- >abb, In school and will\ make that this past winter Mr, and Mrs. Green 4

,ling a couple of months at Mel. skillfully\ execoted. edge, came up to Tltuivllla on Tuesday tons; left last week, for Macon and other place their home for the present killed many wild duck while

ne, with his parents, spent Sunday Dr. J. Edward Urich. In their automobile. They also visited places In Georgia, accompanied by her Mr. John R. Walker Superintendent 'ore' and after their memorable cruise onward
itusvllle\ \ and left, on Monday morn- -Mr.\ Cornelius Clulstlancv, of* Port their orange grove In the Turnbnll\ ham little[ son, Douglaa, and nurse of Public Instruction, went to Cocoa, on ( the yacht, Why Not from Titus
for Conn. to his mock, a few miles north of Tltusvllle. vllle t<> rill rn Beach and return
who In
Putnam ( resume Grange, was Tltusvllle the first of -Mr. and Mrs W. F. Jlbb arrived Wednesday be present at the Commencement .
k'e for the Episcopal church. he week informed us that his fine residence .
MOTHERS, IF YUU WANT TO SEEa here from Daytona Wednesday, to attend exercises on that evening.
:\ THIRSTY,try a Grape Punch, was burned to the ground last Sat pretty line of Infant's Shoe., In pink the funeral of Mrs Jlbb's nephew, GO TO nitANNlNG'S FOR YOUR

i., at the Banner Drug store, urday, and BO one seems to know bow It blue, tan, black and white, I Itkhlffh and Andrew Rice, which took place that afternoon Shoe. lie curies the largest and beat TUSVILLE. ,

caught fire. low outs, lace and button. Large fhelr bright little daughter
He*. A. J. Wilder, rector of St. line, In Edwin Clapp, Crossett, Queen Mr. Frank S. Battle one of the owners)
Mr, J. W. Okban Inform. that be shipment just arrived at Urannlng's.Mr. Bessie, accompanied them to Tltusvllle.Messrs. .
'. Episcopal church, Daytona; andF. Quality, Pal Makes for Men, Boys, of Tltunl11,,'.bll(aaw mills, who recently f

F. Sheppard, choirmaster of the has withdrawn as a candidate for reprerentatlva Seth W. Klngsley, a prominent John II. Sams and M, 8. Women and Children taught two lots Washington avenue,

church, arrived at the Sterling, of Brevard county, and will resident of Ilatfleld, Mass, writes us: Sams of Courtenay; G. S. Ilardee,*of nearly opposite the High School, his a
Mr and Mrs C, M. Cate ofWblte
leave the field his friend. ,
to Messrs.
\jr, and left for home next day. "We, bere In Mass, are having a cold Rock ledge; J. )-, Cooper, of Cocoa; E. force' of oaroentera at work erecting Lie
Rufus Stewart and John Houston Springs, Fla, whose arrival town was
made the trip. on Mr. Wllder's Mr disagreeable spring. Had a snowstorm A. It. Stewart, of Ban Gallto; CaptainW new twu-story residence of eight rooms '
chronicled In last week's ADVOOATK,
h. J.ban nays he Is really too busy with on the 20th. We many times wished we II. Sharpe, of Sbarpes; and Rufus and a bath room
departed Sunday\ for their borne, after
other business matters to continue In ,
were In sunny Florida, especially In the Stewart, of Brantley, were among the Mr J. T. McDowell has this week
lr ,
> C. J. Denham and her popular the race.PUSTOORAPi19All. having spent a short honeymoon tlslt
Indian River section We feel as If we down-rlver people In Tltusvllle on Tues
been the foundation for the Rath
Miss Sophie Smith, expect to with Mrs. Gate's cousin Mrs. W. T laying
kinds of photographs could not get along without the newsy day. bun residence /South Tltusvllle. This
here to-morrow for Augusta, Oa., Mathers, In South Tltusvllle.Mr. .
t'od the summer with their mother. taken In up-to-date style, and ADVOCATE.: TilE NOVELTY STORE IS SELLING II to be built of cement blocks, and will be I

have been Lard workers for the ranch cheaper than ever before. Portraits JOur mailing clerk Is sending out Goods at Qost. Come and get bar L. A. Brady, one of our prom. a cozy substantial residence There

opal church choir, and the"',will Crayon, Pastel' Water Color and trills to those who are In arrears to the gains. J, M. DODSO.V. 312tDr. Inept merchants, treasurer of town the Titus. will be very little wood used la the
Oil Paintings at most reasonable rates, the vllle Hotel Co., was around yesterday whole b"II.lInl"o the verandah ..ndlLeI"
limed ADVOCATE amount Is
this summer by the regular Singly, very
and Mrs. F. II. Houghton and /50 of the
and enlArked from small collecting per cent money
Unu at St. Gabriel'* church. any small, but when there are a hundred or will be made of concrete. Mr, and
Babies taken Mr. Frank Houghton arrived at fheter.hog to be paid to the company for stock,
graph. as quick as a
more subscribers arrears, It amount Mrs. Ratbbun will very much Improve -
MILLER the Tltusvllle\ dentist, wink. Call and see samples of our to a nice little sum. If you have not from Daytona, on Saturday and ilr, Brady says be was quite successful, the river back la front of tbelr

: be at Indlanola, May 4th, for a work, and then you vtlll know whatwe remit. Look left for home on Monday, Mr. Frank is be collected from every stockholder new residence
paid your subscription, at
day*. Have your teeth attended can do for you. Houghton la a prominent tenor singer, 10 Tltusvllle\ but unit, and he will\ prob-
the date on the ADVOCATB or wrapper. Mr. Charles H Walton has purchased
and number of ,
e a our people enjoyed his ably In a few days
II. FAUST Fla. pay
read the notice to subscribers
on singing at St. Gabriel's Episcopal chinch two advantageous building lots In South

t a letter to this office a few daysMr. -Dean Percy Robottom preached our 5th page. : Con Sunday evening; We hope he will TilE CHANCE Or A LIFETIME TO Tltusvllle, from his brother, Captain J.

Clinton A. Spencer of Boston commencement sermon for the Titus -Two big Caddllao automobiles drove again visit\ lltdsvlllrf\ get Phonographs and Records, Cheap, O. Walton, fif Boston upon which be
r of the Acme Palmetto Extract vllle High School on Sunday evening, cement-block
at the Tltusvllle\ Pharmacy, contemplates having" a residence
to Sterling! Tltusvllle\ Tuesday
: on
property, Titusrtlle\ says: "The when St. Gabriel's Episcopal church\ was up -Mr. and Mrs 8. II. !'.ck. of Hock. erected. The bungalow cottageon

ler In Bobton still cool and It Is packed to the doors. The cbolr was ex- and remained until Wednesday, ledge; and Mrs; E I'. Porcber of Cocoa -Mr. and Mrs E. P. Porcher and famly the land wilt probably be moved to

.for the mercury to climb above optionally good and was greatly as- when they again started on their jour'ney. were passengers on Monday's train, will close their home at Coooa, Sunday the northwest corner of the iota.
It Is 78 c lathe shade In Titus slated by Mr. Frank Houghton, son of They came Rnckledge, where on their way to Daytona make a abort and leave for Jacksonville, to remain ----
they spent the winter, and were on tbelr obit! with' Mr. and Mr. D. A'. Blodgelt al the Aragon hotel a couple of
today, but the thermometer has 'Dr. and Mrs. 11'. 11. Houghton, of Daytona : GOVERNOR BROWARD WILL
UP to 00 In the shade thla year. who Is a floe tenor singer. way to theIr respective\ homes In Columbus and family, ere they left for Atlanta, month or so. Mr. Porcher Is general
I 0., and Huntington, Pa, In the Ga., and their summer home In Grand manager of the Indian River A Lake SPEAK IN TITUSVILLE.

r.. Jessie L.. Bowman of levee: -Mr. I.. O( Brannlng of Miami and party were Mr. and Mr. Charles A. Rapids, Mich. Mr Dladge" and family Worth Pineapple Growers' Association,

0., who spent the winter at the Mrs. Revs. Hanford of Fort Pierce, two Vullls and tbelr three bright children; and servants left Daytona Tuesday In a and his office will be In Jacksonville Governor Napoleon II. Broward will

'g,Tltusvllle writes the ADVOCATE former[ popular residents of lltusvllle\ Miss Katherine Hetrlek and Messrs. private car, and Mr. and Mrs. Peck and during the shipping season speak In the Court bone, Tltusvllle

Ill 2ltb as follows "' Is theeal were passengers on' last Friday's train Earle K. Ravel and George Alexander Mrs. Porcher returned to tbelr Monday morning next at 10 o'clock.

l warm day since my return to oc/tbelr way to visit Mrs. Branning's They; have a long journey before them, borne the same afternoon respective" -Mrs. .F. II. Webber and baby, of Everybody. Is Invited to be present t

''aod. that I have left my house sister, Mrs. R. E. Brown. Mrs. Ilanford and probably many mishaps, before I Jacksonville; who have been spendingthe

it my fur coat. Mr. and Mrs. who was accompanied by her little reaching their destination. auncli For Smut past bree or four weeks In Tltus Captain and Mrs. W. II. Sbarpe, of

Balkwlll have gone East, on are daughter Marlon, said she was going toS.nDoab White Mountain Ice Cream Freezers -' villa\ the /guests of Mrs. M. E. Webber, Sbarpes, arrived at the Sterling, jester

trip |In for a lengthened stay Mrs. expect to leave tomorrow, Saturday, day.
their touring car Mrs Ladle White Waists, button front. Fine family open launch, 23xB( 7 b. p.Autoiuarine '
Webber will
I for Mr. Frank '
*o visit Mr. and Mrs. P. II. Daytona
needed will
no for cloak while In Brannlng Euchre and Whisk tally cards. engine; 43 gal solid copper after -Mrs, F, C. Stetson, of Fort Pierce, '
meet them la Daytona Sunday,
'Ule. f of Tltusville oa her return to
Wright, Pearl Deckles for wash belts tank. Speed, over8mlles. Just over bis mother was a passenger on Wednesday'. train
spending day two with
a or
Miami from St. Augustine.For FCRVITURE, DRY GOODS, SHOES. hauled. The boat has a fine freeboard, en route to Jacksonville to visit her doter
sod them home.
Mules for Sale lo Tltusvllle, accompany
Mincing Knives, Weeding Fork. and bas frqoently been run out outside I Mis. Chan. T. MeCoy.

air' Kent. Sadiron Handles, Stovepipe Enamel. Cost over $500 00; price, |:130.<*>.
of mule., sou ud'and In good' ** Car Loan of Iron tooting.
ion CHAB.A.OARDSEBTltusvllle, Phone 3.'. DK. J. E. JIIILLIR.&f Hotel Hummer Rates. .
for sale at a reasonable price The Taylor cottage or suites of rooms, Tltusvllle, Fla. --

having no present use for them for season.3jtf For Kale
furnished summer Just. received at Fort Pierce carload Summer ratesatthe ralmburat.Tltu.-
Address mc.ADVOCATE : MBS. F, M. TATXOR. Ward Jthode Island Ked. of Galvanized Corrugated: Iron Roofing. vllle, are as follows s Table board, .5 00
A new semi'speed launch 223% 6-
cities, Titusville\ Fla. week Room and Board $7.00
Lowest prices. Send n* your ordsrs. per \ per
b. motor, a bargain. Building
Notice to Growers. larger p. boat. LKOJT DKSPLAHO. Greatest utility fowl on earth. Eggs: 37-2 East Coast lumber A; Supply Co. week Meat hours : Breakfast,
Hardware Etc. balance of season II per setting MX 8:00: a. m.; Dinner, 12:00 till 2.00 p. m.;

Brothers Jacksonville, Fla., 324 Daytona, Fla. I Pullets at $U each. Free catalog Supper, B-30: till 7.W p. m. '
Marx ... ..-.-._.,_. Furnished House For Kent,
In kind of Hardware, both shelf wish to notify Growers that they will be Job I'rintlng. LAKKMOXT: POULTRY FA fix, I'ALMHCIMT Tltnsvltle Fla.

soy, Paints handle their. Fruits and Vegetables 36-. Winter Park, Fla. ----
Oils, Ship Chandlery, glad to
"*, and Glassware, call on ns. this coming season. If they wll Do not forget the tact that at the AD Large, 10-room( house all modern Stove Wood for Sale

"*'e the goods and oar prices are ship good,sound stock." Overripe Fruit VOCATB office, Tltasvllie, ire do job Wood for Sale. Improvements, completely furnished for '

r Vegetables or Packing House Refuse, printing of all kind., neatly,cheaply and --=-- \ house-keeping. Rent from May let to > Best In townall heart $7.00 per cord,

I orden reel; ve promp&attention. will not be received. ezpedltlously. Letterheads, Notebeads. Tine orjoak, any length. Also plow Nov 1st. $2.40 per strand and ...20 per Ji strand

.1.1. t'atte.ARD" SON Respectfully! Billheads, Envelopes,Tags, and all other log and harrowing. Sea or address J. Address, 428 W. Duval street, Try It and be convinced t ?

MAns BROTUIM. kinds. W. Jamison Tltusvllle, Ffa..L. 52-3w Jacksonville\ Fla. J. D.. Exits 4
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1 mote the Interest of our whole
Free and court then was undue discrimination Object* to aD Amb&eaMdol' I England Is facing a billion dollar ANNOUNCEMENTS. School System, Publl it

against a citizen of tbe United States It would not have been a parliament the same. as America Is Respectfully)

Accepted end perhaps also a violation of tbe precedent as Honored In this fating a hill Ion dollar congress It FOR TATE ATTORNEY JOHN R. WAI.KI:1t:

"' rules for the maintenance of Justice had Herman. emperor require money 'to run a Brut class I hereby announce my candidacy for
sanctioned his objection to the ''' \ FOB CLERK OF THE CIKCIIT
"Masons. which are by International govern metit nomination to a second term of the office tot R t,
Indian law At least the records In this case the United: SUtes npH>luted of !State Attorney In and for the 7th To The Voters of Brevard County

clearly warrant the demands made by I The unusual thins shoat It 'judicial circuit of Florida subject to the Thanking you for past favors 1 ,
River approval of the selection at Every now MUI! ken some decision of the Democratic Primaries to beg to announce myself as a Candid.t.cai 0
our governmentTbe declares that newspapers. do not print be held on May ID,1bOs. If again trusted lur le election to the office of ) 4W!
Lodge Florida. third point that ono of tbe and bringing up objections with the administration 1 1 of this moat clerk
English The newspapers have Ibe Hold lu mMttingt the snood and mirth Tidsyof claimants ID, tbe disputes with Venezuela Austria, China and Chile each good Important office by the people I will. II subject to the action of oant,
each month In the MMonlo/ Tempi, I ItuirllU II- no time to dwell on the fact that the tbe "rosin
attae o'oWs\ p. mP Is not a citizen of the United occasion refused to rerehe I have always strived to do, perform my Democratic Primary, and would than

TT. RolMftii, Wornblpful,, Muur. Statm'Is: a knotty one but yet the appointed by this country average: novelist d.not' print good duty, Impartially and fearlvssls for the you kindly for your support
(),o.rA Hlew rt,"ft nl..r W..rd.n.Harry courts to arrived st his post Intiit' stm. 'ies. beat Interest of the !Stater' Respectfully.
rulings of International seem JOHN C. JONES: ,
Wll on, lunlor Warden *.
: H. R. Wllmm, rrMMiinr be reasonable* and founded in justice. China the rf'jt''t'OIIII'a.' State Attorney 7th Circuit. &TKMA J,
Something In the shape! of a Carnegie -
Jno. U Walker 118""tr.fJ.Frank -
Same, Senior \iMnounThos Each country decides for Itself what the fact that the appointee mednl seems to be due the man goat 8IIKKIPK
I.. "oma. Junior Ixwoon.Chun. title Its citizen dally spoken against Chinese 8TA.TK 8t.:>ATOIl.
constitutes a valid to FOR
tW.ItonM.mlotKteward.J. who keeps right on spading his' garden To the Voters of Brevard County
V. Pr.sierLJunlur ilIA ward. ship and tbe validity of that title tion Chile's objection was '! nice lot offish To the Votera of the 1 Uh Senatorial Via
J: I>:ands, Tjlur. character after be has dug up a I respectfully announce m,.ell &i
11 M. S, H.riil, Cllallaln., |,l can be challenged only bjfctbs country In the case of A worms. titct: candidate at the next Primary Electlo:ah
of which tbe man was formerly a country considered the olJje<' I hereby announce myself. a candidate for reelection as Sheriff:! of lirev.n

citizen. Challenges of this kind are Sal and left the embassy' In Guaranteed for anarchists and for State /Senator for the 13th Senatorial County.
District composed of lirevard, St. Lucle I would appreciate the
subordinate earnest
not uncommon but a third state cannot a octopuses needn't fear! a holdup at tbe the will of IQD
ROYAL AKCII IMASONS and Dade counties, subject to port of all our people
The Indian Rlvnr' Chapter, Royal ash be a party to such dispute. Although Long ago our department pure fad dead line the Democrat as expressed the ensuing Yours truly

I,, meets the tint Weilumday of sack month :the Venezuela, through her erratic announced tbe principles that primary. J. W. W.41110Y. JOSEPH P Biiom.
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MaMinla file following I Temple an Die, oflloera: of thin chapterM and misguided ruler has forfeited Ina tion has a right to keep Miami, Fla. r

) .H.B"m., Kxnitllant Mlli( I'rlent. measure tbe ret { J. R. Walker, King, without the of the Gilchrist 'lo The Voters of
consent Albert W. Brevard
under Count
la. K. 1'rltchelt. Hnrllis: nevertheless her rights To the Voters of the 13thSenatoilatDlatilctt .
H: K.: Wilnon. 'T-llMiirnr: treaty stipulations and the principles "a minister from a foreign Having served. the nnexplred term
u. A. Htewart,
H. Handera. C.t..r. IllItot.I of International Justice vlll be given will not loe received when I hereby announce myself a condldate Judge A. D. Penney as County Judge
I'. W Kolwru.. rrlniilp. MojonrncrK I hereby solicit the suffrage of the
from the Thirteenth cltieenaof
Insists personal objections to him" for re election as Senator
due lognrd tbe while this country ,
A Mon in, lOyal An-h J:N.:winter; Mater of Thlrrf VI ; our government has beaatorlal District of Florida" County for re-elecilo' ,
regard for Its own then
an equal to that office and
'. J. Hull, aluter fit "H",n i O,, R HMwart, Mater of first V.In. .. honor and dignity, its treaty rights : minister home for something Candidate (for Governor of Patty at the approaching primaries the duties of the cilice I faitb
A. IxMlur, Soiiilnel.OltllKK and Its privileges under tbe law of I done here During Napoleon's F. M. HUDSON. fully and unpartlally.

nations Spain a Spanish envoy .to Wa B. R. \\'IWIM,

<>r P.ATKKN.TAR. was rejected' because his Florida FOR JlKrilKSKNTATltP.
FrlendHhlii' Chaptnr, No II,holils It* meetings I lack Hand Methods a fugitive before the French COMMISSIONhl
:I' : To the Voters of Brevard County:
the MiMonlo llK hewn, Tltinrlll", on tli. An Italian of prominence In tbe best -
/ Ins ami tliiril TinimUy. In eatib monthatS'W: ) was doubt as "IA a6aT power At the solicitation of my friends!
Chapter m. Th.. following* art the oilmen. of the circles of his countrymen In New York Madrid. .1 hereby announce myself a candidate ..11 District No t.I .

JIII.a1."ndlll Rtnwart Worthy ]Matron states In the North American Review In those days of UejiieKPDtntlve from Ihe.nrd county In I To the Voters of Brevard County

II. K Wilnon, Worthy l'in.n that there In no Black Hand societyIn ances and political .. the next Legl.lattue.ubJect ti> the lOtion > I hereby announce myself as a cand!
Mn.J\f. K, K ilililnn, AMM..,. Matron. of the coming pilmaiv elrctlun of date for re-election
to the
ofllce of>
the United States. It Is extremely
Mn. K. H Wtlenu ra.11"1101 l I4 1'Jtb. J. \V. OsuXN.
Mr.. Hnrth Kline, Trewunir.Th unlikely that this gentleman knows w w3r May Commissioner for District Xo 1 1 COD
fniluwliiK nHli> ni were MppolntadiMri. dor may gradually bronden It eider the oflioo important one and
IMroe :Mimi., Allah. what be I. talking about If any people I
nominated and
clared that Mr. elected I will
MlmHiiilalectxr, Until. To the Voters Drevard County: attempt t
Mime Lena Mendel Killier.Mn.lUnmrl on earth know how to net In secret England beeeuee he would be | Rive It a business administration toth
: Manba.Mr. : I respectfully announce myself as a best of ability J. M.
tilt Italians are such a people. Secrecy my OVUAV.
M. A. IlrMiii"our. Klitota.ha ly acceptable In Washington' candidate for Representailve the Legislature __
II <' *. II. Walton, Warder. is born In Uiem, and a Black Hand Canada blnted that be might r Xa ] from Uievard county, at the I

.liihn It.. Uubhllle WmlkerKentluel.Oee.lit / t'hadalo|, society would not malt Itself knownto very acceptable here that the primary election to. be held May 10ih( DUtrlot No. 'A.
the class of Italian dwellers her.wblcb' My platfoim ,Is : be will and wish of To The Voters of Brevard County
of tbe empire which he the of lirevard I haveno
this writer l'nte.Wbe'tber I hereby announce myself Candida
rl'pre might suffer. During the and If will\ a )
KNHlllTgOtTYTIIIAS.INmANItlVMI.IMtOK : pet schemes elected only; for County Commissioner DistrlNo
NO ins: there Is au organized gang Ambassador IIIII It was go a* jour representative," Thanking| 2, subject to the action of the
here 0' not, deeds are committed almost semiofficially In Berlin that you for your support I remain, mary. If elected I mill endeavor to gin pi

1 every day In districts populated pel'or desired to hove '. Tours truly, JOHN HOUSTON.To the people) a fair and impartial service,

I with Italians which are black enough sented at his court In n Respectfully, .

I to have been Instigated and executed: Logically, that calls upon an the Voters of Drevard County JOHX: It. RIO.

by the most hardened desperadoes of dor to be faithful to two (' I am a candidate for Kepresentatlve,
and respectfully ask the of all) District No. 3.
\ Naples and Sicily The criminals protect of his own country and that support i."l
Meng every rod and 4th MUDIIt.e"lual, inewh each other and appear, to be protected Eft'I Democratic voters In the coming prlmarv. To the Voters of Brevard CountyI
month. a' lo'tJlock. sign power.Vltb world I .. Very. trill,..
Olmntwllnr (V>mn..niler' .. ..... .,R. M. llalle, by some of theIr own nationality aggressive and so. Insecure I -- --H. -II, bTKWAHT,' respectfully announce myself a
Vliw-Chaiiwlliir .H (I, Vile If do not the dagger I faction, machine or ring didate for reelection to the carl "l
who they
1'rolato .: :: :::: : .: .. ,,:::,,W. II. IIMwtarat ests of this nation are Drantley, County Commissioner for the
A rm..... ".........J.A. HexMantvr and tbe threat themselves, share" those of other great nations, brought him out. lie came out asa ti.lot. Will appreciate support
of Work.. .... .. .. .John H. Walker
1 nner Ouanl. .. ... ." .. .. .. .. ..iW.T Mothers In tbe proceeds of plunder and black- role of an ,ambassador Is a candidate clone and single hand yon TAX COLLECTOR. R. A. COKIIOTo : .
flutter (iuard....." .... .. ...... ..T..I Iwo.un. mall. There are at least 1,000.000 To The Voters of Uievard
Mutnrof Kinheqncr D, II. 1'rltohar+! one,trom all points of view. ed. He will be glad to receive tbe County.
Muster of Kimonos :::::::::::::..(im. llrm kmKeeiwr t honest Italians now In this Country, I herewith announce my candidacy for District No. ..
; <;it llecorcli and aeaL.0.A.atswart i i and their true policy Is not to deny support of the corporations, of the the office of 1'as Collector of Brevard i the People of Brevard CountyI
Alt visiting I Knights. cordially i Invited to atUnd. A Yankee book agent kept anil, If elected this office
the County to I
u the existence band of desperadotahers corporations, prohibition promise hereby announce myself a Candida'
posse of tbe :Montreal police to give best ervlce to the
wade up of natives of Italy, but 1st., of the locxl optionistn( the my people for election for County Commlnsloii,
and trust 1 will
a detachment of the fire : receive their support .
from the Fourth
r toll
auth'rltJe.OOto; District subject
1ITKSVILLH CAMP NO. 111.r to co-operate y Itli tbe bijy for five hours With Christians and the Jew and of the at the coming primary action of the Democratic>> primary i
down and with PHILIP H
run deport every man WHIOHT.
1 suurlvencms" be must be a gentries, the 1'ublleans and sin elected, I shall give faithful attention : I
ty a criminal record and to keep all of the duties of the office and expecla:, r.a'
tbe bouse house "
to canvass would
that class beyond our borders. neru. tie even: accept the 1OR TAX ASSESSOR.To work for good road and lower taiatloi

use t'"' t/" ------- ----- --- ---. support!! of- the- PI- arbees' .. the People, of Brevard County--. :. and shall favor giving! all county- world al

r 4....................... .......t...... ... 'I'he corporations can 'lo without candidate I respectfully for le-electloo announce as ;County mjsclf as Tax a the lowest responsible T.bidder A. KOBINSOI, I C.rl

s the people, and the peoplecan Assessor.Trusting.

do without the eorporttloni my work has met your ap District No ff laid
i "lJ" ; proval, and thanking you for your sup To The Voters Of Brevard CountyI
{ Menu .v ry flrnt and third Monday In lI..b LEADING { : f F Neither should be ailowel! .) to oppress port. Remain,
I .toulbat I p. m., ib.rp at the ,..MaacmlTumi lours truly heieov, announce myself a cundldal
J ,'la. i II k :fJjll the other Capital I organ- W II, UALL. For County Commissioner of the Mb d I Itrlct. I uCh.V." ..
Consul C..mmandn..N. HIt4JhtlOl'k Ize.l labor should organlz*. If elected I promise to do all I r
Ad.I.'I.I..II".II.I'. |
Hanker .O.iMwdartlle W.Roterie : .j7 : canto !give the people of this dlstrl r V.H.
t lark :.::" :.J: :;: :::::;;; : L: (arrulh n \ The license taic law licensing Jolt COUNTY TItEASL'JtE1LCoortenay good roads and look after the gene } ""-'
BaoortWnUilnutn" ..... ... .. .... .....0..... H.Ii.k..U CANDIDATEI$4&s J \0. each little should be Fla., March 21, 11108. welfare of the 'I LMI
..... .. ........ .I. C.Oehrn "' enterprise county. I
ftontrjrMrtmsgers... ... ...... .. .. .' ....Gen, W, Hanfoi ; : (' amended In order taxation To tbe Voteis of It rev aid county: I will appreciate the support of''' CIJDH,
.... .. ... ... ... ... ...F Ii.lflauh I FOR ; .:'t.i\J\ that Having; decided to offer many friends In the 5th district' ,
A. Urulmr: ; 8.J: NortoiAll : i ;tr.lf: .rf A>> >, should bear more evenly. I candidate for nomination myself the as a O. C, llA N EL .&..R.t
visiting Woodmen are oordlally Inroad to '' 1'0i
attend tb. tuiwtliiKi. .. ,' 'tH"IIo.I" ", ...! Article XIX of the Constitution Democratic primary for the office of
1 "fi"" !.., , UNIT ED. ,. ;tJAt: i ; provides for Local( Option. The your support, promising you that If

e Veoexueltt's Came.t $ :,:'t qualified electors (not the Gover nominated and elected, I will fulfillhe District No. 1. ''a4hi.
duties of the office
Whatever In the interest
course c on cross of the
) or veto constitution To The Voters Of Brevard County;
/ people of Urevard as lu the
the matter of county past
etionuela at this time | STATES II l
f r. ,will be undertaken with foil luforma. t. ,. !. amendments. | lIe is not on the dence.when I was Very honored respectfully with, your confi- candidate I respectfully at the announce next prlmailes myself 't r'nw

n tlon and likewise with ample Justificatlou. '. 1'5' ,)\;. "recently constructed bajid wagon" JNO. II. SAMe i school) board member for district |
t''a Voluminous corrpupoudcme : e lIe commenced life working In I shad appreciate the support of all '. .11Ie
:; :ft .i f." A. J. CARTER|
lIulreporl. hits
; before the stats .; '" : Quincy Florida, at a salary of $15 I am a candidate for County Treasurer -_

r I department, tile executive and the tier'[ month, and boarded himself, Of Jirevard county, and respectfully solicit District No. *. C"'IIJOI
courresslonal couiiultteca. The facts to the support of all voters at the com
$p which they relate !have bveu mad lie has himself! been a hard work. log) Democratic primary To the Voters of Brevard County rut sun'I''

t'' public from time to time during the DUNCAN U. lag struggling man, and he knows Kockled., rla., R. F, HATCH lama candidate for member for oft;I I<]
April 190$!. Board of Publlo Instruction, L wasrher
past five jcars. It 1s plain that our I it means to others lie has yard county ..
i government tins shown forbearance Respectfully
married, he has alwa> s bad Pout 8UPT. PUBLIC INSTRUCTION ) ton
and acted throughout In a spirit ol Stands G. s. !SIXGLETO
for These Principles : Ills life has been Th The Voters of Uievard. County
dignified patience, coupled with a line '
CosHrol of InleriHatA in Yielding to the solicitation District No. 3. +.n'
measure of equity At the Same time Carriers by Iu! r.U<. more thoughtful consid. of many Podra,
( the conduct of Venezuela to i Commerce Coimnirvioa.F of other people than him' ftiend.Ianoounce myself as a candidate To the Voters of Brevard, ; County: '
appears .ror. lame T.*.. for nomination before tbe coming I announce myielf! s l
2 : respectfully .541Ht
have been whimsical, oppressive and ;; He feel.* sure be will primaries .
St....., for T..rrft Itgvirtd't! wet, C.nef, lo candidate, at next primary, forth: ]
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unjust Florid Farmer: uuj k rail Growers. : "if he gets enough votes. nominated and re-elected I shall use Board Member. Will appreda:e supl'j L whsum"..
euccuela's contentious are three lu Duly on Egyptian Cotlou. does not ray effort, aa In the past, to pro- of all. Respectfully, };. B Aii>oUEAST ,
to trade
,Dumber Castro's Bit!
government claiming I GoTorameal
Approprlullonis for Harbor, -- ii It ,
that some of the. matters now In dispute Inland ltlr.rt snd Wafotway.. single office. There is honor in ,, Ha J

have once been arbitrated and OppoMiJ to T...... and all Alooopolloc.Favorsi ; Governor. If it I. tainted l\'lh Hen

therefore disposed of finally; that oth- :a Correnoy Reform : I dishonor be does not want Jr'r :: Hmni Rre
er matters have been adjudicated by --J then
regularly constituted courts of Venezuela 1f.Et f.bflEFf .Q f!tbEEIF/NWklr irt'd FFd6Ff tFEI I office. TI
to ------------ S.
which American residents --- -------------- w

In that country are bound to submit ( : eraJohn'!

their eau.8. Iud that one of the parties tale Dim' .

to the American claims la trot no>wand i nt
CONGRESSMAN Author of Employers Liability (law in rvr
l never has been a citizen of the artIIK

fI United States. On their face them Florida. tR,,

. foutcntlons seem to be rcasonablebut a. .,, I.U.
Voted for Itallroad Commlnslon law,
there Is also In
reason the answer of -
:. the United States. WILLIAM B. LAMAR Floilda Legislature( in 1387.

Venezuela has already once asked
L v the United States to let aside an Impeached Judge Swavne In Congress..

,.. aiard made by a board of arbitration 'n3 Introduced bill In Congress to protect' I

.., and the request was granted In 1S8.1
the United States consented to reopen WINNING .;; Sot .Island cotton.Votediagalnst .

,. a case of this kind dating back to ISflu, i y free trade on tobacco
antI Venezuela had the benefit of this V

a extraordinary departure from a recognized Favors National Drainage of swamp (

ru\ principle of International law. Candidate for United State and overflowed lands enw, ...e.

t' It Is also an unusual thing for one ..... .
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country to impeach the highest court Favors protection to fruits and vegetables ...,
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.f another
country the position we t In Flotlda. a L

'I I take In disputing the adjudication of Senator a l ia

tti. supreme court of Venezuela. But e' Favors National Aid to Good Roads.> t
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It Is assumed In Washington that In '"",=, t .

.the disputed action of Venezuelan COAST ADVOCATE NEWSPAPER AND JOB PRINTING OFf U 'i


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O O OOOOOOO O O the- people ft modesf share IB thff re T1TUSYILLE ::

&&O of prosnerlty. There should FLORIDA, Mason M. Clark Co.

Sco'J Emulsion i a combination of effort so that '- _____ ,
r.) : strengthens enfeebled' oue man gives the school park.noUI.r '1A Favorite Spot In a Favored tc

g warns; ; '::"t:a.. t.y in r:aging their! flesh and contributes constructs the the garden building and and"a or I Secton Coast-The of Famous Florida.East Commission_ y S SSV Merchants .

We know a village\ brought to I i u _
nerve v' "C.. front rink as a residence home by t
f man who transformed a wild glen RIVER, '\
It provides baby with tho necessary fat a thing of beauty and a Joy for- VKOJCTAUr.KiJ
The Idea' caught and all about I NEW YORK 5' "
I The town of TltusTlll U situated on
and mineral food for healthy growth.] I the farmer folk began to cultivate J
the Florid } tat Coast Railway, 154 _

I ALL DRUGGISTS 6Oc. AND $1.00.OOOOO I ,,beautiful.' throughout That the town land today for Its U miles south of JacksonrtUe. 145 miles Oranges Grapefruit and Pineapples] i

''''.. I north of Palm Beach, and tit mll.. ,
OOOOO* *O o66 i north of Miami. The TitMrlUa branci:
At all events, cultivate the town --
I It Is our social home. State of the defunct Jacksonville Tampa &:

professional Oar 8. '" should lie compelled to Key West Railroad., now controlled' by P. Ruhlman & Co. '
CARE '' ) their hands off local Gghta. Keep the Florid East out) lUIVwsy Co. < t,
Of HOME I the town spirit Let town tradi alao mrls into the town.-tMi being the '
Washington t\t. t
f !<). M. ROBBINS, be recorded for the children terminal point of thnt braaeh. There IK:) Murray MI'ret. J N.1. ,
j trees be guarded and beau- are several trains arriving dally from .. ..
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ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR w Importance of Cuilding the glens or proven with springs of j| Jacksonville and Sanford during the t '

A T.LA W. '''Pet water I* adopted by the public. I venDou.i .
ful and the Beautiful. -'- i As the county seat of nrovarJoxinty Oranges Pineapples
In State and United State I ,
- practice English! 'In Switzerland.At : It has a owirt hoiiro! and a modern
(Court. a certain lintel. lu a lovely Alpine jail!! building, with rarely! over two or
Oillce at TITUSVILLK, FLA. HOW A SCHOOL CAN BE to which tunny 1 ; ..l\lsltors three Inmate. The population li over and Flo-ldo Fruits Our Specialty.

'e nttnictod n new proprietor. tier 1,000. Illnea Is w o rare, that one doc-
d W.i irprmont srveial of the liitK<>atship >ers ln Male and wish to
1 | your represenyou
to enter for such had this
L. QAULDEN ; no tor In town finds ample time to act at .
e I I pv. Should Be the Very Heart of of bill own composition' exhibited Justice of the Twice and l Xatur-' -... alm. Jive\ us a trial shipment\ Established: 30 years. i
Effort and Thought-Need of the reception room: : ;
a. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, lie, besides* attending to hU
Till prMtlo In all th. Courts of th. 8tat Planting Societies'-Value of "(lentlemonlw come In this hotel practice while the.other flm': u.... -- :. V
9 biped Effort. say about their meal ,
rioriiU,and the United States CourU. go hunting
I )' will lie cliarped for. nu.l If they ;; I
r.O Bol.235. TITU8VILLK. FfcA. The ambition of o good citizen lay (U-forchnnd Unit they ore I I Around 1'ltunlll.are a number r

be to create a completely to breakfast. or dinner nro If fine orange grove and \om-taliu .

J, WEBB, tony. In thU WRY llm chic BUt | ally that they not have anything farm i 'H YSER '
S lltlcnl unit In. kept Bound. lu out they vvltl i U i-harpM. and If not Here U virtually the head of the In -

ATTORNEY T.I.A W ery town !la/ the United Stoles they will b* charged or unless they dlan ulcer, and the favorite point for

Will practice in the Courts of the 7th bo made not duly beautiful \by Its !: It to the notice of the manager titling out and starting of numerous
for non roeidents r.ensJut\ \vpiiltliy an a political' cruising parties during our balmy i Inter
ircult. Taxes paid should they want not to say any I| i
!I and accounts collected; l lam, tire If BALTIMORE I i1Vi D. ..
ud rents any /:, they must order the manager months; everthing nwostiary to ,
\\I m: viLLit, FLORIDA. Is scattered or donntpil to on and not any one else and unless I comfortably equip a pleasure )acht, I
0I 0l 1 tloa at a distance the donor not bring It to the notlco of the i can here be obtained at the jnoat reasonable COMMISSION FRUIT & PRODUCE ': ( .(

I 1I TEPHK.V: E. FOSTER, soc la to his beneroleace wltb the ('- they will\ be charged for the prices This is evidenced by RELIABLE PROMPT UNSURPASSED FACILITIES. : I:
sentiment The town Is tbe home ; :
U'' things not, /according hotel the fact that the cam parties have
should be 1111 sacredly I WM. HEYSER, PRATT ST. WHARF, DALTO., MD. ;
ATTOKXEr-AT-LAW '. And no fuss will be allowed aft been coming here annually\ for ninny r.
tbe smaller b0I11,8tl'od.Wbat about It and nothing will be -
Inters for that purpose', In preference
Jyal-Upchurch Building Jas can one do for his own !
', to deduct anything out of It"Pearson's.
I to any other point along the Beat
J ACK80:>llVILr.JC. FLA.0.A He can certainly do something far .
ter than fighting evil-bo can Coast.
of Tltusvllle\ U the flue ZibbcriI
d To the southeast : f
useful and tho beautiful. Among Th. Ssresstle
n STF4WART, ",'Ideel"p of alt water bay (abnulx
farmE'r&Jeat\ "Hoe
prcnerbs- The Barber-Vour hair 1 Is
t coming out miles In width formed the waters .: .
), by
\ FInE lY8'lR'iCE. corn and the weeds will take top sir. The Crunk-Gooifl I knew .
v themselves" Prohibition bas no was In me. Now for of the famous Indian lliver. Here, r.
sake THE BEER OF "'
Represents only strong and reliable beside permission and f'nl'oura talk to It or it will crawl' back fishing, wild duck shooting sailing; QUALITY n

,companies. A good ball ground donated bye .-St. Louis Itepubllc. and rowing can be Indulged] In to the I
Office corner Palm end Pine Streets. spirit and looked over by the heart's! content of the most fastidious Tonic for the Sick I

TITUSVILLK FLORIDA can be made the very (' At the Opera. sportsman I j\\i 1

manly sentiment among tileJoy.\ "What was' lie i matter with Signor On the ocean beach: nearly in a dl BLUE HlllHOX 1IKER: : CINCINNATI rif.SNKR! IIEKUl!

tbe town. We know one man !? lie sang tbo drinking song rect line east oC Tltusvllle\ t. Canavcrl 3:J ddren..2:) < ) : dozen.$2: Of
Kb fARRTT O. UTLET, called the town father, although 1 ." Club surrounded by over 10,00( A dtlr.t>u" A 00 to fl ((10) A lor.itn .') 4 AI)

not yet In middle life. He gets his "Vps.: I think be had been drinking." acre of land. This property Is owned Id doeun . . . . . 13: IK 10 dozen. ., . . . 0 00 to 0 (JOV .' "

PHYSICIAN & SUKOKOX.TITUSVILLK from his determined effort to give New Orloins Times-Demoerat. by some of the most prominent and O. U. Jicksoiivlllf, Flu., Itottlni at the Brewery ";<1 '+
. .> what their youthful I I
young ix ople .
wealthy resident of Boston, who come

FLORIDA. Is its able call for to while by bin tile kindly evil Anger begins<< In folly and ,ends In I south to hunt every winter We are Iliad agfDts" for the onlebratml I'AItS'l' MEADE, the temperance

tlons commonly suppress'connected with .-Pythagoras. I The ('(101. refreshing, hcaMh-<
ing fields. That man's spirit econo-taden breezes wafted aero from down pints., $il.OA ( '
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aD GENERAL DIRECTORY. governs and educates all tbe Notice the Atlantic Ocean and the broad bay
aU people of the town He Is a are one of tho most enjoyable featuresof complete stock of Imported and domostlo wines. Fine Clarets from $1,00

himself sort of i Orlrlt; iY HERESY :l. r.JI.* THAT' six this phenomenalloc.tlon. to |>er gallon, In bottli'S l\II!) ole to tl.iliV, :
tannins afivr iUt I apply ( A K.
I p.fallaferro,....? .. .... .... ....Jaottonvllle.MMJory education without being a \ Wilson County Judge of llrv" ril county There is a large area of primeval -
i ,. ... ..... ..... .. .. .runaaoola.. tencber. BU"l';.* ut Mn:"Marta Z UK. 'ttrhnvler.:iliutiil: iruir of the forest and prairie land beyond the BULK WIIINKIKH., 'J.I"I( ) to *(0.00<> 1'Kll GALLON b
U. B. CONGRESSMEN.ik A town school, gathering to "l )WA.LTIi.rt 8WKKNKV. northern, southern and western boundaries -
k ca Clark..... ... ....... ..... ...Lake City. tblt, forces that have heretofore of Tltusvllle, awaiting the advent -
B.rkman, ..Tainiia. The following have eiprens clmrjffs addml to price of goods
e, u:B.|Lainar,.:::'..:::::::::::. ::. 'Montloello.I: : scattered among a dozen ......................... of the thrifty settler to till the
U. 8. LAND OFFICE. schools has fortunately become fertile soil. which now abounds In .I quarts BunuT Brook . . $1} 00 KINK IILEXUKD WUI KmB.

I Cbnhb, ........ .. ....... .........Reglntor.leldi rule all along tbe pioneering ganwt. Here can be! found quell snipe' 1-J: to I Buu; ; 13 00 Paul Jones, 4 juarta. . . |5 00 '
Warren..Oaineaville..Florida.Receiver the Puritans westward. Such a turlcey! and deer l hunting to suit toe hustled In 11.l .ealeO0( 4iu &rts . . . 5 (00
Ottlcei at of 4 quarts Mel I wood . . 4 MU
I b EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. ing If placed m the where center the fir YOU RECEIVE A HAMl'LK t most ardent huntsman It. . . : 00ft ,4gnart., . . . 000
d ,,polwn B. Rroward,..... ...Govtinnr. acres of ground, does Tltusvllle\ 'bas shelled streets, electric Bottled In Bond. (kticade'Ponneasee,4quarts. . D 00
CliyCrawforcl Secretary of Hute.v school idea can be developed COPY OK THIS I'AJ'KU lights a reliable bank a mammoth 4, quarts Oat k1 nhsimer. . . Oil It I urn's Monogram! 4 qt. blend or
.Knott. ,....H:: :,:.: ::: ..Ireannnr. tbo town what tbe old school i U., to . M 76.s .. 'bottled
about 130
mill employing In bond
dle H. till. ../ .... .....Attorney-Oenrral. saw
>'ooC'room,.''' Comptroller.I was incapable of accomplishing. -IT IS TO- f men; several fine brick blocks, and tlovernmenliloltling. 4 quarts, .-. . . . 4 20 1 1d
MrLIn, ,,..., CemmtselonerAgriculture.; i ; : not only develops a new sort of quarts Monorlef Springs 1.' . 4 ((0)
M Hnllnva' ?.,.,>? Bupt. I'uMlo Instruction In tbe people making : LE'I1 YOU KNOW THAT j vety tore in them occupied by 'up- U .e .. .. 111:00: 13 quarts/ Monogram . . 1200
Morel 1 R, Frar.Adjutanu-General.::: : young to-date merchants a Board of Trade Blum's Sylvan (Hen, quarts.. 3 20
but ; Also Bottled in Bond.
on Bra'lford' ,. ,, .BurvejroMtcnentl. workers as well aa thinkers WE WOULD LIKE YOU TO :
LItl t.Rate,,,,,,..,'..,:' ','.:'..>.. .. Bute Cbcraltt.wtAiiKM commodious building oc'C0l11ell:8: five .white churches, large fisheries 4 Five Hermitage . . . BIHI Blum's Sylvan men, quarts, ., 4 50 I
atTallehsesee..fttat Kxamlner.!: of town thought and effort. : BECOME A SUfiS HER. I a tanning extract and palmetto: fiber Old Omul and liottlnd In. Bond. ]Blum's Sylvan' Ellen, quarts.. : 6 40 r
Omens' Florida. ter libraries factory, an Ice factory, law and real Pure North (Jaiolina White Corn. 300 Blum's ",lull fllen, U quarts 0 DOa '
BITREMK COURT JUDGES. who create town Black and Blue Corn 4 quarts) ::1 i 00 Sheridan Club, 4 quarts. . . 75It
Division A. variably associate them with state office, an opera house, a well harvest Join, 4 quarts . S M Sheridan' Club, 0 quarts . . (00
"WM M.Blincklefnrd.,. ..... Caller Justice\ school It Is unwise to duplicate > organized band, shooting club, large Laurel Valley Corn 4 quarts 3: 60 Sheridan Club 12 quarts . 8 00 a
Joule. b. Whlirteld. Robert 8 Cockrell. penses, but It Is still worse-to and comfortable 'hotel, besides a 1

II FenwickTaylor Division, ,, .,'.,n..,.Pre Mlnir u tloe creating a town center. Tbe, !! ......................... number of boarding bou.e.In \'IrioulPlrt. 33 Send for our Price List EE
William I : ,Chug B. farkhlll.: building should be tbe very of 1e town
. FLORID LEGISLATURE. public effort and thought. USE OLD STYLE HLOCKH, TAe fact as presented should havea
.0J HiiUon. Miami Senator. A town tree planting !" when you can buy tbe best Half-Lock tendency to direct the attention of Charles Blum & Co. : ;
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t, N. HJonas,Tltuivllle., : ..:Reprerantative. needed everywhere. The first. log Tackle Blocks at nearly'bft sameprlcf' many prospective visitors to our Cftl y ;
Now In In the United t
CIRCUIT COURT. sation of thin kind on record and town, In making their plans for thwinter. -
trares Army Navy DepHrrmenUi.
COT 5.Jonee,Titnivllle, .Circuit Juilffb. Conn. This tvss
.'oiwe Orlamlo rnweoutlng; Attorney. Clinton. N. T. These Kxamlne: them at the ADVOCATK offlct.TUusvllln. Long Distance Telephone 188.
second In Clinton,
Term-Fourth a
I1'nit: Tuesday In March. We have a fine Masonic Hall l IDTltoisvllle
I riliIerln-Fourth. Tuesday: la October.COC3TY ganizations have been In existence -.. .
' wb )tIn<21811 River IxrdNo. &
'I II Walker Superintendent.Tituville.lrrs SCHOOL BOARD. a nearly rant dl'allb fifty yearn tbe,way and of they niiklng have g'g te,4ls 90, F.A >A.M., Indian Hirer Chapter 517.519 W. Day St. Jaoltlgonro'i11a; :I1'1a.. l'

E. -I.Arnold, Malabar| O.H. Slnglown.Coooa towns centers of refinement. They s Royal Arch: Masons, Friendship -. ; a w
e ; A. J. Carter,Turnbull.' constituted of the more rr''Q :Wscannv Chapter No. 11, Order of Eastern Star
COUNTY COMMISSIOSEHS. and Tltusvllle Camp No. 141, Wood-
cultured people, who meet r Pw/crD
't. *. and THE: JC>S. Z.A.PF CO: :
i'/'iltllnif, chairman, Tlllmani J. M. rotating in succession to men of the World, and Indian River ?
:i\ ,\ltu> \: lnloD. City Folnt j't. J. Cockuhutt, L.- several homes. After luncheon Lodge No. 103, Knights of 1'jthlai, Jao1isonvi11o, Y'lorida.

e '"4r.....100. are held first Monday In each such fruit. and vegetable meet regularly.
t 'uk, .BREVARD the season afford and after t':but Reed ftWDIIIOd* Alan a city telegraph office! and express The best known and largest liquor house '

p I .. COUNTY OFFICERS. these the afternoon or evening III meet rellabl.l MX!.crown. delivery; a carriage and wagon
I L p LWloo Inamdun'. Tltuivlllej; ..... ..County Jntlfre. pied In consideration of town :... parkacehaa. '... <11t the reputation stoop, and a tin and sheet Iron shop. in the State.
Tltu.vlll. ., houke whose. business standard are tbe
Rtl1IIlTiiuviil.el/ "'. .!.;.'contityClerkI ment. Both of these towns have .*,la the trade. The East Coast Advocate Is published Those prices include express. charges There. prices do not Include express -
: : .. ..Tax AHamonr. notable not onl1., tor their ..aI will hi 5,511.4 FRFJI: charges. If want us to prepay add
.R.Hall'Tltour i ille :::. .. .. :::Tax Collector.iti I come rents l55 Rasa Ae ,. every Friday morning, and by a you
1& eas.Wn wlred slew .nrnlll
..r"!!!7' Titruvllle..... .. Treasurer mirable avenues but for their all .p.llcan'L..and Ion 01101'0. glance through its advertising columns 4 (|U. Forest Lawn ltye..P 2'75 !M rollu"IIIIt"I.. Bikiu.; 2 gals., 75cts.. ;
e riTltu yllts.' Riiperintenilent.: planted homesteads.: Tbe best met = um .Aram.' .. sad .. . 8OI.J gals, UucU. ((4 gals., 1.00..
"MM".Hm nTJ; ?!! : :::.County BUJ'S J-;: I Introduction of .. l valuaa. to SwdD. fur ii you can easily tee who are the prominent 12.f It. 1
taervsI: : ::.iiHTiiie ii : of culture and the M. FURY COM Detroit Mich. merchants of our town-men :: :
Titu.rille.RegiitrationOiiicerTITUBVILLE I Tees and shrub are always :: KxtraRiar Rye, .r.r nal. '1.BO
TOWN COUNCIL. An association of this --- -- are up-to-date citizens, and who re 12 ". . . 8.0u Excelslor'Itye[ . , 1.75 ,
.Il,Wilunn mayor J N. Wailer marshal topics. of men only should he asking for your patronage, Read the 4 (J\en\ I.Ily. .... . . .1.20: Kedmaoltye. . . :2.00
?r k J dun roll, u>rlJ- P. V'llse l n, clerk anil tretnr'i composed i ; I'r'o. cooperative .. on every page very carefully. I to. . : . p01 I ( Kastland Itye. . . : :2.25 ,
V"'r n Hour, !H.'.ta* MMiaaor I O. A. Stewart, leu.ented household "' FOLEY'SKIDNEY Samplecoplee of the Advocate 'will 4 It Jim UucknerRr. . 410) Maryland Monogram. ." / :J.0
L,ICT..ldermae; J Frltrhard.r.J.Tb. council Hall meets and lint F. Ion of women for I be cent free to any part of the United 12 "' ,. lurtl hoes Vajley . .. .s //t.0I
S "F w each month.JlTfSVILLK went Tbe annual fee should *" States 4 .11 WOOclrOrfl ICouof/.V: : : 4 go Echo Hprlnuf . . :: 3.50
but It should be sufflclciu to upon application.The U" It .to. . . 10 60 I. W- Harper . .
.R.hbine' ....BOARD OF TRADE.!: possible tbe testing of tire value Sterling Hotel! Is practically ,"4 e' Rose Valley. . . ft (Ml Holaf *. . . It 4.1)0) "
? ,.'.'. ,. .Identll. M. Dlxon second trmra"t Wed"Knt new plants and tree. Tbe town CURE new, having been entirely re-built, .12" .. Il: .00 Silk' Velvet . .T. ,. /n.oo
'" la each aeoretary.month at Meet their room turn over tbe care of street tnrl many more room added. dining room 4 Echo Spring.: : : : : : : : : : : : ,ft.(M) Mali Whiskey . . ." :: 2.00 :

r Irely to such a trained band of enlarged piazzas erected. and all moJem 4 I. W. Harper . . . 5 00 up to 4.00
or. more properly, to that one WILL CURE YOU conveniences) Installed, and baa 4 'a Live Oak . . . &.1111( ) Georgia Corn" . :. 1.60 "
6O YEARS'EXPERIENCE tens them as best quall 4 Ieeh'04)l . . . !>.(X> 'lenneaseeCorn. . . 2.00 '
Is selected by rarely any case of Kidney or been completely refurnished, Accommodations 4 Ilunier . .. . . 5.01N.( / U. Cora . ? a
Town authorities are are of the best.Tb 4 Canadian Club. . . 6.00 tone Mountain . ? 3.(( )
/ for Judicious work of this sort. disease that is not ., Tltuvllle livery Stable! has a 4 It Coos Spring' -bottled/ Inboad R.W Tom (lb.. . .r. e. 1.1'10"I"
A The creation of a town park. fine lot of fcortes and rigs, and pays .. J.E. Pepper bottled In bond 'ft'00 Holland Oln 1.W)
lug tbe evolution of a love for the reach of medi- special attention\ to the tourist and the 4 /e JJutf,'I Malt . . . 4.110..., "i '' 10) '
can be greatly advanced by Take it at once. Do sportsman 4 'a American Malt . . 6 (10 .,.w England Rum. . 1.75 .. ;' ';
a effort Seize on every waste 4 1.IlJr.1'all.., Corn 8.M up to 2.60: 'f,
TRADIE MANK. for the creation of the risk having Bright's Dis- The Tttusvllle! Graded High School 4 It Stone Mountain Corn 4.()0 Cognac )Peach Apple I
Dcaart.tC4)iVa.GHT. spot members of tbe has an.efficient' corps of teachers all 4 Uophftr Uln 'fonlc. . 4.W Apricot lllsckberry snd, I
:!:; Individual association were or Diabetes. There is of whom told first'grade teachers' certificate 4 l'evPs Island (Oln . 4.W) Banana Brandlea. . . ."., ..'. ICO /,
F' ...iwwununankeehl.neesaenath.r5ia, Rural Art of the *, _anti has a school term of 4 Olo Pbo pbat.. . . .00 lip: to 3.00 ;
.. .... planting gained
" rnetiiem"i:: ; .h.hl' to promote tl4t by delay. Port Sheiry Catawbat .
month' Here the children
eSl' t'N ; Oa.Pt.U.ay green and later a smaller park for eight : are Don't Overlook. These Goods are UlsIberrylVines.// 1.00 >
****&kanhe! tt nor hurt to T*a,-la tLtt A to. reoelve display of flowers and shrub and $1.00 Bottles. given Instruction and prepared for college !. Bottled at the DlatlMery.! up to 2.00 \ I,f 'I,

asuocUtlon Itself planted around Ktruai SUBSTITUTE. course, under good moral con. nUlh'8l18r ) }Loa. per . .'120u t, :
!nhI1IcImerka railroad depot a welcome to sale l>j Tltunrllle Pharmacy. dltlons and MsoclaUpn. Anhcuscr-Diisch >.Sth.1o? task rcd"V. . 1 60 ,
w"' .., fir.. and an unsightly canal bank now The Palmhimt Is another hotel openedIn Export Blue Label 10 doz. per cask . H bO I. .
"f p e pear"a. a fine wall of Norway Tltusvllle. It Is nicely located near BEEIIS 5 s Less than cask: per dos . . 1 00I ,. ..: ;
r' UNNr&'Co 3eiar.wk': f the rr* OLD NEWSPAPERS for Bale tbe .'. E. C. R '. station, and U fitted. '
New k Tbe appeal 1. Dot 10 much to IlseW '''Cbeap at this. otBce.I with every convenience.) = ter _.__WRITE. TOR PRICE LIST r : r j rS
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the department baa long since. Issued or. \ the part asked to be cutoff, petitioned JAMES PBITCHABD. President; F. S. BATTIE:. Vlct-Pr;
ADVOCATE AN INJUSTICE.One the not be di R. W HA.ILB, Assistant Cashier
EAST CUM d. ,. giving the timber a. imked for, and ma asking that county \
It was worth considerable to the parties vided.2od.

.....L.. lOti...., :....'"...,TMI I).".... of tbe greatest Injustices Interested. -Because It was no true In the RIVER STATE BAH
the of campaign and tbe wishes of tbe peoplewere INDIAN
DPMawT OP Tae IWIAI "'''... LAx. by the is the Recognizing greet Importance
practiced government
.III' arsOAS II NAT.WTIOaa.PUDLI..O deeper water at tbe ht. I.uclelnlt.", so as nor known.
'O.TII fact of the 1'oHolIlce Department to enable larger boats to come into the 3ro-Because I thought It too much of ,
Jkln 'IUD"'Y. printing and selling envelopes and liver up toHtuart, and along the Indian I" responsibility for any one man to sssume. COUNTY DEPOSITORY,
at a price below the actual cost of I river, Introduced a memorial to Con Any proposition Involving hun Authorized capital, iOocoo
and secured Its taking dreda vf tbousauds of acres of Jand '.
glens passage "
Bntered at tb.I'o..m".t. TltuavUle. Florida, the raw material to the printer. that an appropilalloo be made for surveying and tbe Interest of thousands of tax r- Paid up capital $25ooo!
a* seound-clBos matter. Then added to the injury, the and deepening tbe entrance to paling people should at least be discussed Average deposits,' $200.000
government deadheads the deliveryof I raid rlvt't. It gives mA pleasure to stale by tbe people, loteiestod before
a..La H. W..Lro..ltdltor ft: rrnprietor.Memberof the goods and charges up any] that the U S. dredge Florida<< is there at any hasty action Is taken. Transacts a General
the Florida'rear iasoclstlon.WIUH work sod, I believe, will remain there If elected to the Senate I shall en rt Banking
deficiency, real or irnaglnery, to until a goal depth of water can be deavor to find out the wishes of the

JIAIIY >K.".,.. Bui't. Coiupoalag n"om'i the second l class" postage accorded maintained.I people upon the subject, and I shall be Business.
to newspapers. introduced and pasted a bill enlarging governed' accordingly, and I sincerely);

Reading notloe.ln local column font page And to top it all off. some of the the territorial limits of Went Palm I hope that the pnople. who petitioned me Largest and Oldest Bank on the River!
If ne. Roach; a bill declining D nU a legally lust ...session asking that, I got divide the ?
topaten for Ul"pl. advertliliiR made known on : pap-suckers at the head of goveru. will me now, i
7 Incorporated town; a bill abolishing the county, not vote against Exchange bought and old >'n all rimt
i ap Au'Ilatlnn.,. rtliilnt/ ( Mils 10101 due sftrtr.flmppearanoe I mental affairs are urging an Increase old Miami charter and orll'.nlzloIlAII"W complying with their request. Countries
of advertlM-nirnl. ulll..... nltittrwlit In the rates of postage for city 'nt; a Mil legalizing' the I voted against/ the Drainage nil) because ....h'oatolll.PPreol.t.ed--Proml't:
ettwlat.dlnenntrat t. FartlM nut known ton Annie Dem born clerk It a live Issue In the campaign nerrlrt (poi
lu ail. a rate which, If adopted acts of Mrs. K. as was troMuieut,sod eve-y favor ooualatcat
for Kivurtlalnif newspapers, with .
( will I 1 lieriMiiilred I to pay' / 01 'or and and majority of tbe nople banking
the the court In for Dad county a large: ervativ granted
Duinntlnnan-w or ulna. mint be made per would be means putting Dade county .ald. at the polls, that they t DENTS.
tonally at Mile" offloe or by writing.Tlie hundred: \t country papers out or OKNKIttL HILL. were opposed to It, and repretentlni/ a Empire Trust Cmmtosn 4 Itra"..
------ business. We do not believe the Th. Fishing InilnMry.Realizing these people In the Legislature, mv duty New York. ;. qa

semi sit KA.innnllia T COAST 76rl ADVOTATK*. To Foreign I I. II 1.0 CtiuntriMt per an people In general would stand for fishing industry the great;of Floilda importance giving<,if aa I the it was seat to either vote their or resign __.,:t-flTi. The JackssoonvilleaViaJ.rkc role.

1.00 per ,,,OUID. tub""rll.U
.. The fact it, the government/ use pie I believe It should, be protected. I Issue now, but believing. It will\ benefit ... -
M'"lo writing fc>the AnvnrT for Information tbe malls with a free list which therefore Introduced and paused a law this section of Florida, I _shall If elected I -- -- --
all non-resident fishermen and
of kind. the writer. will odlire by enclosing millions or requiring vote an appropriation to continue the
any a .t.OIIHIII..I.. ..."..... .nv.l"xi.Clieclci.Ptxitollloe runs up Into many Huh dealers I I to pay a license to the State work If It Is linked for Motor :Boat Supplies.
pounds, and the price paid the'rall befoio 'nll"IlID10/ the business. The I voted agalost/ the Immigration 13111 1
i Orders,KM..ulioii l Itl he made roads for currying this Is chargedup resident. fishermen are I\rcedto, psy taxes because would upen the gates of our ,
on their boats, etc, but the non.resident Order
i f arsblstoCHaBLBs |{ WALTOPproprle1or to the newspaper second-else Ill state to a very undnilrable class of
comes when season opens, foreigners and laborers .who would cut'
AdJrtie all oommunleatlnui tot rate' and noted as deficiency. gets: a gtxtd portion of the business, and wages and deprive many of our citizen For your 'boat aDd engine!' atIt.eral\ discounts from list
EAST COAST ADVOCATE, 1 he dealings of the department then sail away without contributing one who havetbwlr homes with us and their EVERYTHING I I prices. The TRADE supplied RIOIIT. Shafting. l>ro.reers .
TITUITILLB, FLORIDA.U. are unfair, for putting out commercial cent for the pilvllrge. famlllek to suppuit, olIn honest, living./ || Batteries both Edison and Dry, Timers, Spark
i ---- --- ------- work Is not In line with a If elected to I the Senate" I will watob The above Is some of the work I hue Colin, Spark Plugs fatburetors. Brass ripe and Fittings Deck Fittingslog tees
closely all "flxhlog/ bills, and will support the of State, and .
deal. done In Legislature our Gear, Coat Builder/ puppllen.1JOA.T
of A&rrlcultureWe"ther square those that arndenlred the
1 8. Department by people t 'will continue
If elected to the Senate,
p I Uure"u-.JIIIlIer, Flu The only recourse perhaps I is interested In the finding) business to work for the bent Interest of the BUILDERS AND HSU COMPANIES given; special discounts
for the country newspapers to whit. I supported a bill creating a Bureau ofLabh counties re re.ent.

tie out a "big stick" and get busy and Statistics, and an amendment As 10 corporations. If their measure Now Pa1D1or
I Tbe following/ a comparative statement It doesn't tlJ have everything to the Constitution of the State prohibIting are right and just,I shall vote with them.
r |my tbe negro from voting. arranged to my specification with WATKR: JACKET HEAD, extra sized rump lOll
fortbi the people
l' of temperature and rainfall If l hey are wrong and oppress ,
much is and II
one aided-too plenty STATE CONVICTS. Make and Bleak Ignition In perfection for Fish Boats. Discount allowed
I week ending Tuesday, April 28, 1008.DAT I shall vote against them I recognize
-1908- -1007- not enough Is quit a few Patience Knowing that the tuipentfne land. In the fact that they are spending million
*. MAX. Mtlf.. MAX.: MIX sometimes ceases. to be a virtue, Florida will soon have all been worked, of dollar. advertising and developing/ the LnD1 :
11:. III'! GH si 71: and there I Is always a last straw and that the State will have to provide State and I jisve no desire to drive them Jump Spark are Ideal for Pleasure Craft.
21 no 70 80HI I 72 This matter should be fully dU other ways of working hefconvlcta, I In- out, so long as they operate within the
84S5 HIHI: in (18 trodtice't a bill creating Prison Commission law. By writing/ for prices before sending away. I save yrn
75 81 71 cussed at the meeting){\ of the Florida bout was not reached on the Believing that my experience twelve SAVE MONEY money. Give me your trader I have sold good
26 83: 70 84 71: Press Association' which will meet calendar.' The bill provided for workingthe succemilve years la the I ealsla'nro: q"al) from Feinandina to Miami.7T. .
*7 8(1NO( 71 88 71 In St.. 1'eieraburg on May 8-9. roads. with convicts. The !growing hiss me for the portion, I earnestly ask .'
28 73 lit 70 of corn and cotton and other agricultural: your support for the same Piomlsin) \ O. SNEDEN, JEN'SE.N', '
Total rain fall for tbe we..kJ() Incites products State farms would In my you faithful service,
Departure from normal rainfall for the Letter to Judge M. S. Jones opinion produce as much revenue for I am yours sincerely,
week I 1Dln"l .07 Incbei\ Departurefrom Fla. the Hate as the present system docsand JOHN 1V. WATSON. ; anc1 Oran.'o Troos.We .
normal rainfall slnoe, Januay I, Tltusvllle would In a few years, take from the - ._-- -
minus 6.13 Inches; Dear Sir Our proposition Is simply State the business of dealing and barter. have over 200,000(! of the BEST QUALITY that can be produced will
llAL. P. lUitniN, Official lu charge this: log In human beings. "I. well known OFFICE OF COMPTROLLER I skilled. labor, and our experience of over 20 years. '
If Devoe doesn't take less gaUons fora that many people have grown rich In We bud principally on SOUR ORANGE MOCK,. but cap supply GrapefruK
I job, no pay. leasing and subleasing tbe State con IMPORTANT and some Oranges on other stocks

I'. 8. Jas. Piltchard & Sun s,,ll our I voted for a bill filing passenger! Pierce, where we have 3 .OOO choice Jiapcfrult snd Orange trees, budded on boo
letter t(' the governors; of paint rates at 2<4 cents per mile; a bill r..qulr.IDIt APPROPRIATION PAID OUT ON COMPTROL i iLER'S Stock-one and two year buds in line condition for planting./
separate windows for tbe nala of IIEIIEMBER-that In buying trees here, YOU TAKM NO uisx OF iimxoivWI11TB -,
every. State and 'l'errHory in the tickets ono for white and one for black APPROVAL AMOUNTS TO A FLY INTO 1OVB OROVB.

Union, President Roosevelt( has ANNOUNCEMENTS.JOHN people; a Mil r..qulrlnflleparate oars for MILLION DOLLARS A YEAR, bend for new descriptive c"'alogue"wll" ) prices. and information

planned! for a meeting: with them white and black passengers; a bill per POnlOnn NL11. .ICP4.
the railroad the efficient State Gl.Ullnc Mel "
o that milling commission to have ""n. A. C. Croons,
in the White House May
authority to look after the physical con. Comptroller Is entitled to reelection Wholesale and Retell,
,will be unparalleled In the history W WATSON'S PLATFORM ditions of all railroads. In Florida; a bill If faithful service entitles one to such u. ___ .
of the country. placing telegraph companies In charge consideration lie In undoubtedly the
The subject to be discussed will the railroad commission ; a bill to better ablest financier that has occupied the' l\IALSBY CO.. ; :

the conservation ot natural piotectconductors, engineers and other vo..lllo.ol Comptroller In many years, '
be re. CANDIDATE FOR STATE SENATOR TELLS employees, and a bill taxing the Pall and hlsfamlllailty with tbe duties of his
sources-mines, forests and water. road. $10 per mile on af) trackage.: office has never been ..excelled and bis

ways Not the least of the questions HOW HE STANDS ON MATTERS OF TKMI'KHANCK': III LI.8. courage In tbe performance of the Important t I
to be taken' under consideration duties of his office baa saved to Mills
I voted for a bill revulatlng the sale I ,
will be that of the utilization MUCH IMPORTANCE of whiskey and prohibiting selling/ to tbe tax.3ayers of Florida during thousands his Incumbenoy. of U'v '
mnors| ; a bill prohibiting the sale ot dollars per annum
of the rivers of the as
country To the Democratic Voters of the Tlilr whiskey dry counties; a bill to pun. ___ _' ___ .__ 37-lt
bearers of commerce and tbe devel leenth KeoatorUl District of Florida: lah the sale, gift or exchange of Intoxicating in I

opment of the harbors to care for Gentlemen: Being/ a csndldate\ for liquors to drunkards when written EX-GOV WILLIAM S, JENNINGSA and
; that commerce. The National Rlv. State Senator for the district compose notice objecting: to the na'ne has been e .- for It
ers and Harbors Congress will con of lirevard, At. Lucte and Dado counties, given; a bill prohibiting/ shipping/ of S. Get
I beg to submit for consideration whiskey into counties that have voted
Icier this at It. fourth FOR COMMITTEEMAN.The ,
question my looord an a member of the Hoiueo drY. CANDIDATE We )
Annual convention at Washington Keprvsentatlves for tbe Uit twelve sue I believe I that the slll of the people Gainesville Bun has recently said
December 4, I b) and G. There are to oesulve year, together\ with a few serious : should. I be supreme, and If whiskey Is that It was generally conceded that (Gov InfJ
be present governors of a large thoughts on the daily political I 11II Dea. voted out of a county It should be kept Jennings: made one of the bent governors:
number of States. WHO IH JOHN W, 'VAT"ON' i 1>ut, and I am willing" to submit all public that Florida has *. liad. This, to-
questions tt> the whether It be B A C { ,
people [
The (South Is to be especially! well I was born and raised In North Carolina. I Temperance Drainage or County Division 1- getber with other qualifications and
/ democratic
At the age of U I went to Louis peculiar fitness for service to tbe
represented und' Governor Hoke lana .where for 18 months I cut cordwood and will be found upholding them party and to his dlllUnllullbed \
Smith, of Georgia, Is to be one of 1 and drove a team of routes. Alter In their decision. kinsman, who will unquestionably be
the principal speakers. Heoause of ward. I scoured a position In a country; STATIC INSANE ASYLUM.For nominated for president, makes It !Important

its great rivers and iplendld natural general store for six months at It salary; the past ten years I have given that he be chosen' as Florida's "I wrote for advice I
section of $3,(M) per week and board. I then returued considerable thought and study to the National Committeeruan There bulug you ,
harbors this
seacoast to North Carolina but l left again: Insane Asylum oollr State. Have mad. two candidate named 'Jennings an of Sylvia;Tenn. "about \
is taking an eepecial Interest In them when I was 21 years old,coming to Klor. several visits there Investigating tbe nounoed! for this position, tt will be my '
r tlng. Ida where I married and have remained condition and treatment of the poor,.fen, necessary for those desiring to vote for monthly pains in my I
ever since.I I I lived HUsimmen, Fla fortunate Inmates. That there has been the Ex-Governor to look on the ticket
for 23 years, where itt In a small coqsldersble Mellon. between the 'management for Willis 8. Jennings. had suffered this way nine
,t i TALKING of marriage, it has been way, in the hardware bualnnss.. I moved and some of the Inmates, no one ..,-- -- ----- had
aid that many of the happiest marriages to Miami about three years ago and am familiar with I he situation will deny, I Chronic Constipation Cured. failed to relieve me. On I 9h
are those where the wife Is now in the hardware bimtness in Miami. am told that for the last few years the Wine of Cardui, which at 9b
That I bad" the renpttct confidence anti conditions havegreatly I Improved. One who suffers from chronic\ constipation : '
N i not beautiful, for this reason : that goal) win of tho people of Onoeola count; Unfortunately under uur constitution\ Is In danger of many serious all. and now I am entirely I I I
tt' a plain girl often takes the first U shown by the hot that they elected the people In control of the Asylum are ments. Foley's Orlno Laxative cures "
t''t' man that asks her, and thinks he rrje ('ouot, Commissioner for four years" always 1 politicians, and usually have chronlo constipation 'as It aids digestion Cardui saved my life. r
and In lie State friends reward them and stimulates the liver and bowels, re-
!; is very good to have done so, and Representative eglsla tit by giving: positions
is tore for ten consecutive years, and It was or enemies by remov. storing the natural action of these or 'It is safe ,
generally she a good housekeeper t')1uOISh. a and reliable
i always the cattle men farmeis and fruit tog good, kind I l gans. Commence taking It today and
and cook ; while her pretty sister growers that elected me.LKfllftLATH I believe that be Asylum "oDIre: be :yaw will feel better at once Foley's diseases, such as periodical )DC
i will pick and rhooeo, and almost 'K ItrCOItll under the control and management of aboard Orlno Laxative does not nauseate or
of directors of three aud I II pleasant to take. Refuse pains irregularity >
voles her chance th'enend by takingthe In the legislature I have alwars endeavored composed gripe -
eminent physicians, one Uwver and one substitutes lltusvillePharmacy\ : 1
worst man among; her lovers to (.Altalawl that would benefit business man, and it elected, wilt work dragging down sen- your .RATS 00ol
and him in her mind the farmer, the mechanic or laboringman Free
comparing own
along' these lines.ItILLS sations .A .: = :::: f
headache I
with what she might have had. advocatm and supporting labor raying and Hauling. diz- II.I
lien laws, laws t pr"ena..ttle stealing AGAINST.
r. -- -. -- and fur better country schools and school I voted( against the' division of Dads All 'kinds of draylog and hauling ziness, backache, etc. nooza I
j the bouses.. county. promptly attended to, and Satisfaction
WE have of poll-
: our opinion
rill.MAttY ItLtCTIOS't.\. 1st.-Recftiise over 1VK1: men In Dade guaranteed.
t- tlclan who stirs up strife duringthe I Introduced and pa..tIItthe first primary county, and many of them living In JOHN KETTLES, Tltnsvile. At Every Drug Store In $1.

warm weather. II* does not law Florida ever had, so as to give _. .. -
----- ----- -- - -- --
deserxe to be put In cold ,storage, every maq a chance to vote his choice.

1 but politically It would do him IIAILKOAO COMMISSION.; SIAUKIKZR.

some good. I voted for the bill creating the Rail. .WINE e.I

road Commission, and have ever since CA'R I .
voted for tholr measures In the legisla, "SEA .Id 0e
TIIEHK is more blowing and crow ture. The Breakers Im EZ I!:. FLO1UD.V. e

ing heard in Titunvllla at the be. mAstIc: LA"''. S D.tbl-Sea. u _
." Knowing thai Ibe wild game In Florida]
ginning of day than in any other S \
I belongs to the citizens of the State and
r town on the Kant Coast, and pretty believing that It should be protected, I X
soon it will be heard In other nee.tlons. ntrodnced and paused the present !game Rates_ 91.00 per day and np. Special by Week" or Season Fairl.: : : I
laws, fixing penalty for killing game
__ out of season and tiling I a license for
non-rvsld"nta before they can hunt In the I. M. MABBETTE Manager rAPERIIANGINQ, KALSOMININO VAP.NI -
MUIBERRIES are over, and black. State. This lloenne tax l II a source of SIGN PAINTING OF ALL
} berries are ripe. Peaches and huckleberries much leenueln route counties. -- Old,
-- -- Furniture made to look like
1 will soon be ripe, and 1'.NtIOJif! I'ILL. new.

+ pineapples, grapes, etc., will soon The pension bill met my approval. Hodgson.Bros: West End Pharmacy -Reasonable Rat 1I

r v follow ________ __ True bit as, it the carried bill was a gotten large appropriation up by a committee ,. EAU: OALLIE, INDIAN RIVER, FLA. EAU OALLIE.'!: FLA. V. vT. : :::: I

composed largely of old soldiersI
It is mean to charge Congress waa willing to give them what they Marine Railway S. c. Hodgson. M. D.. R P., Shop In Scrlmgeour ; Ii

men with duplicity. They are at asked for General Merchants and Ship Chandler Proprietor. TITUSVILLEA_ .. ,
least sure to be frank-on their LOCAL,IIAltR COPNtT1111.1.5.: Corner of Young and Houston Streets --
t' .Special Facilities., i
envelopes I Introduced and pained" a memorial to I
} Congress asking that the Homesteaders for Hauling Out, Storing and Repairing Complete Stock of Drug and Druggist's. .
--- 10 the storm district of Dade county be Sundries, Cigars, Stationery, Perfumery THE ADVOCATE JOB
HATE you ever noticed how much permitted to have and use all timber that Yachts and Launches. Toilet Articles

letter our streets look where ce. was blown down on their respective Montloe the ADVOOATB when wrttlnf. Souvenir Cards,
tomssteads, the Candles, Eto.
by storm of 1IH U This
) ment
, sidewalks are laid and shade memorial -
was Immediately certified toby
0 trees planted our representatives U Congress, and fOB PRINTING done at this office. ,Prescriptions Carefully Compounded. DOES ALL KINDS OF JOB PRINTING



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t Record of the Past "ALL STAR" PLAYERS.

Favorite Fertilizers the Best
F EASE. COAST. NEWS.Notes i. LMr Kant Cease Advocate: are

No Stronger Evidence Can lie It U. worthy of more than passing notice
*************..*.... : that President Roosevelt, In naming

'JJO I Prod need. live men to attend the conference of Special formulas for .

Contributed i Look well to their record. What they Governors of all the States Cabinet Officials I
bv Our
Newsy Regular have done many time In year gone by Justices of tbe Supreme Court, ORANGES
of East Coast. leading member of Congress and members -
Corps Correspondents.Flese : Is the best guarantee of future result ,
JO of the Inland Waterways Commission ,
Any one with a bad back, any reader which ls to be held the White a.y';:
)0 ............................._................. Z from at BEANS '
- TTTTTTTyy suffering urinary troubles, from House on May 10th should name live ,

any kidney Ills, will find In the following men who are Democrats. In putting his

1 send all communication to "Editor Eau Gallie.New evidence proof that relief and cure Is "0 K" ipoti citizens t the oountrv'a* the Tresldent: live most names dlsllngulkbed TOMATOES.CELERY, I ;

It m' for publication : near at hand: '
William Jennings Bryan, Urover Cleveland
vOCATIC, Titulflllf, Fla. tore* this potatoes week showing in our Mr. Q M. Myers, the well-known shoemaker John Mitchell, James J. II111 sod

of Winchester avenue and limit Andrew Carnegie, an.llb this announcement
ero \Ve cannot guarantee to publish Thunder, lightning and heavy showerson of his five "all stars," Jtlltbl'rtttlfrom
r do not reach this office before Monday a. m and Tuesday last street, Ashland, Ky., says: "Doan'aKidney the galaxy of great men of the AND ALLJTRyCK CROPS.
The K.u Ualhe Yacht flub numbers Pills are like true friends, tbe United Mat a, President Roosevelt has .
,? on Tbur.daYI.Will several ladies among Its list of members. longer you know tbem'tbe better they euteted. a new field of activity Uy his I .
'",. are appreciated. I can add nothing to selection he apparently la desirous of becoming I Get literature giving price, analysis and testimonial from ,
101I.Ie. correspondent oblige u* by i The MI HeH Annie and Minnie Dan tbe Walter Camp of the Held 1 of
the statement I first made In 1800 afterI W K. Tltusvllle
forth GOLDSMITH, Agent, Fla.
spent last
the names of people and places.taiuly Sunday at Melbourne politics, economic and morale Walter ,
dog( beach procured the remedy at the Ventura Camp announces hit all-star aggregation -

;. M possible f e i Redstone & Son ate working on their Drug Co., and took a course of the treatment at the close of every football 81'I&lIon. and p

new matins railway" on the EAU Ualllo\ which cured me. 1 absolutely not to be outdone President Roosevelt Is
river. announcing Ills team of all-stars'al the ,Sanders Fertilizer
Rockledge. I free horn all\ backache for nearly three Company
Mr. and kiss. close of a "winter of discontent "
I Delevan N. Y. C. C. Plngrey left for years, then I noticed a alight ache, as As numerous other Imitator of Waitrr ,
on Monday last where
J. White Ii adding two bath rooms : they own a summer home the result of a cold, In my back, A box Camp also come forth annually with.
'eh, boarding( house of Doan'a Kidney Pills\ disposed of It, I their selection of all-mars, ao we may expect Jacksonville Florida.
I The orange crop I.I nearly all shipped olhtr men to follow In the lead of
and bliss. A. Crown left for I from this have rooommrnded this remedy' to many .
;, pay point, and the tree show fair the strenuous Teddy and name their aelections. r.
;,mummer homo In Seymour. Coon., crops for the coming season. and have never heard of one who did We do not know bow Coach F, A. MORGAN, MANAOKK./ CIIA9. II. WALTON.
fjday.lln Alligators endorse.the claims made for It." Roosevelt would place his. atari on his
I were heard
'Dreck ipent the past two 11 eeks Eau Uallle river on Tuesday night last For sale by all dealers.. Price, BOcents. team, as. he neglected to announce the cckAWAIT: : :: :
nal .ami visiting her daughter Mr. positions to which he had assigned escb
r Del sound la not conducive to sleep Foster lI1blU'n Co., Buffalo, N. .
'ro- player we venture to place
art MIDI Col. Crocker of Fort Pierce I II now Y., sole agents for the Untied State. them In this fashion. : Mitchell, center;
err Bin. R. B. Paxton hat so far recover. here, spending the summer months The Remember the name-Down's-and Carnegie forwards; Cleve
from her attack of rheumatism, that Colonel I. domiciled at Mr*. C. L. Tay- take no other : in'n Hill, guards. Mitchell!, being( REAL ESTATE DEALERS.
h able to be out. lor'*. tall, strong and _ble to tower above moil

'. E. Ranck left 1Iere on Tuesday and Capt. Wood, of tbe K. M. A N. I. last any opponent, would) make an Ideal center Licensed
,ecu to make the trip to Delaware, winter Is spending the summer on the Indianola. Bryan and Carnegie are both sggresslve ( )

in his Cadllao automobile. bt Lawrence river, where he "lIllly the and speedy, and should he ableto Watch this space if you want to buy propertyon
land goals at will for their Hill
K. G. Y. C burgee on his boat. Mis E. A. Hlldreth her daughter' team
101I: bat A. Vutlle, wife and family left and Cleveland both laigQ arid
Mrs. Buchanan, and little Mary I left, last corpulent the famous Indian River.
He, Tuesday, (board their uutomo- We are sorry to learn that oqo of the week for their home In and well able to guard tbe Interestsof
I bound rOt e home. la Hunting'Pa. I J K M. & N. I, cadet had the misfortune Columbus) O. the tonmt should make a strong pairof '

to break an arm, on tbe baseball diamond Mr. and Mra. J. Hall have returned guaids ofT whom the fastest. oppornlthen I No. 1. Fine building lot In South '1'1. of northoastSe .
No. n, Northeast J
at Lyndon, Ky., last week. from tho,r wedding trip down", tbe river, should be able to secure but few {
B. Bower is building a two room and will be home tusvllle, fronting lOll feet on the Indian !iwa. 18, township. 38 .south range41 east,
hon to Ills residence to aeooraiuodat Tbe service In St. John' church, on Hotel Indlanoln Mr. Hall this summer al goals' LANCKI.OT, River and extending! bark to Front street, on south for k of Ht. 1-iicle river;40 acres,
yin' Bower' parents, Mr. and Mia. J. Sunday next, will be at WJ:: a. m. Dunn the Mr. Laving chargeof ----- a distance of 273 feet, an 1,11'I\lapot for a Dad. county *tl.IK) ) per acre.
ode IVblie. Kobottom ..administer\ the Sacramentof place dating Maslleld'] ab IjCI0() Reward 11'100. I Winter JIom, !. Price $4V II.tlO.>
sence.Messrs AU
No, 7, A IIIre bargain : core
::111 Sallie Magruder, of Orlando, the the Communion at this service Reed Mlot, Humnhrys, Fields The readers of this paper will be 1 pleased ''I No. 1. Lo\ mix.'US: on Front stieer, tract of land, 10 acres of which Is a bear
A.. oled daughter of Mr and) Mrs. C. It. J. A. Carr and Muster.Leslie Carr, of Rchuller and liartram Field male a trip i to learn that there I la at least one lIne water front, just the location for a Ing Pineapple Plantation, near Mel- ,
ruder, arrived here on Saturday, toed Charleston W. Va., left for their Virginia down to Kau Oallla with Arthur Robbing\ trended disease that science has. been I residence( live minute: from poittotllon( bourne Om'd Packing house, Dock .
a week with tier parents.r. home on Thursday a. m. of this In his launch. Home went down on able U> cure In all Its stages. and that isCatari and store; price, tK)0! ) .())0. Traiuwav, Pluea nre fenced with woven \1

.. : and Mrs. Andy lloardsley has week. We hope to see this estimable business and lame for the pleasure of h. Hall' Catarrh Cure Is the only I No. 8. Went !4'of northeast l{ and wire fencing. This la an exceptional
little lie died In family early In theoomlng fall., of tbe trip. I positive cure now known to the medloafraterlty l west )36 of southeast. If, swj. 10, township chance for a party who will live on the
11"111.Iru their bight aon. t'itarrlrbeing constitution. \ :JU J: range !tlt, 101 yO-100) acres, bt, 1-ucU 'Crop last year l.COO erates. t
\Haven Conn. where Mm U. Letters from Oen. J. D. Miss Louise Oaleskl. school teacher
> wasting Casileman's a 1IA..e. '
( K() .
county tntl acie.No. April 1st / )
per mild before frt.COO.OO.
a institutional treatment '
requires o
We sympathize with them In family of Louisville\ Ky., report their and watercolor artist left, last week, I
!: r bereavement. return to Eau Gallie this coming fall, for her home In Washington, D. C. She! Hall' Catarrh Cure Is taken Intel #. t9. W. ti nf northwest j and Tills perfect.No. ')
unless unforeseen clicumstances inter found 1 many beautiful spot that made 'nally, acting directly upon the blood, west f. of southwest j(, M"O. sn, town 8. 10 acres In Lot No. 3, 8eo. 28. I
i'lliORl: :ef L. T. lobe, who has so ably f1 and< vene to pievant their coming. lovely pictures, and also declared that and muotfiis surface of the system, ship 3it: ranire 3l\ K'D acres, Itt Lucle Township iil: South Range H5 East ,.ii It
pulpit of the Presbyterian church tbl* I Is the garden spot of Floilda. thereby dentrvlng the foundation of the county, t4J< (X) per acre. 'lids Is tine Hammock land suitable for
Soo'Ol the past six month, left for his Have YOII seen the new brooch pin of disease, and giving the patient' strengthby No, S. Northeast If of aoutheast ;l, oranges, !grspos and vegetables, and Is I
e In I'auey, Kan al. on Monday. Wee the 1 K.: O. Y. C? Member can procure K. U. II lid ret h has finished shipping building up the constitution and assisting see 4, township :iH south range 41 emit) looated atom a half mile north of Tltusvllle. t
', ill lorry to have him leave us.Hilte them from the secretary of the club. his large crop of oranges has his new nature In doing It* work The close to O. I 1C Wood's pineapple\ plantation \ An eioeptlonal bargain. Price. 1tI
They show the club colors in relief and dock completed a new grape arbor built, proprietors. have no much faith\ In its to
a number of, our winter real on Ht. lui-le liver; 40 cores, l ade *(KHI. Half 111&10111| balsno pn time, I
cleft are tbe'shape of the club bnrgee. a new work shop>> and wagon house completed curative power that they offer One I Hundred I county $'I.tHIIer) acre, suit purchaser.
: on Saturday, them be
among and will\ loon be ready to follpw Dollars for any case that It fall to 1
Mr. and Mrs. Clark and Quite number of
Wlloox a
our townspeoplewill his family to their northern
home. cure. Send. for list of tent!monlals. .
t daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis attend tbe May day celebration on Address K. J. CHKNKY& Co. Toledo) If you want a home on the Indian River call and see tie We have many
I. ring and lady friend,. Mr. and Mrs Friday of this week at Cocoa. The Eau We wore !greatly shocked, last week, Ohio. bargain In Tltuivlll\ and elsewhere on the F.sst Coast ..1
Bake and Miss Conkllng. all ofklyo Gallie baseball team will play on tbat to learn that Mrs. L. L. Taylor since her
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N. T ; and Mr. and Mrs. D day, also, Against the Tltusvllle team. returned to Columbus, 0 has enteredMt. Take by Hall's Druggist *Pills, 1 >c.for MorMnn: W "VQ7n11o11.; I
herein, for their home In Mll/ord Carmel hospital for an operation for Family Constipa :"I
;; 1'
'. Mr. McCallum\ tbe Misses Edith and appendicitis. We hope to learn soon that whop RKAL ESTATE DEALERS: ,
,.- Mary McOallom and Miss Black, left for she Is well, on the road to recovery, 1 TITUSV1LLK, FLORIDA 1

The World's lies Climate their summer home at Whitney Point, UraYtllac.Dralln __ : ___ __ (
.Sa" N. Y., on .'rldalallt, via E C. L. We 6old 1i
>entirely t free from disease. On the hope to welcome those ladle back to I that Hang On. or hauling of alll lids prompt 'fl i
Iloelwoo Cold that hang In the deplete attended to. Meet all train. Stovewool
'elevation fevers prevail, while on Eau Uallle this coming fall. on spring f Walton
I over levels malaria Is enoounteied the system, exhaust the nerves, 1 for sale at all t.J m.... Percy G. i"1
'eerie greater or.less extent, accotdlnf Tbe motor boat Mystlo carried a party and open tbe way for serious illness. U. E. I HOLTRM, Tltusvllle.I I ITituavillo
ode To overcome' climate affecs over to Oceanus on Sunday inset Mrs. Take Holey' Honey and Tar. It quickly _ ,
I Christian, Mrs. McCallum, Miss BUck, stops the cough and expels tbe fetid UI .
< latitude, fever ,and malaria ague! Jaundice and general, tilieu tbe Mr. McCallum, J. Klo man Hodg I la safe and certain In result, Tltusvllle ...................++.++. .' : Fla .t

y.oney lily irlo,Bitters the moet, tbe great effective alterative remedy and Ii I son guests and on others board, from were Eau noticed Gallie.among tbe l Pharmacy ( i "

IO Ot1J .j 1 puilllor; the antidote for everyof I A match game wan. played on the K. GOOD PRINTING, GOOD PAPER TO SUBSCRIBERS, FIRE AND TORNADO ;:
bodily weakness, nervouannsa, M. Jfc N I, diamond )last week betweenthe INSURANCE. 1 ViM
insomnia. Sold uader! guarantee al Eau Uallle and Cocoa baseball team QUICK WORK : k" :
Titudville Pharm aoy. Price Bile.Ueorgiana. Eau Uallle won by a score of t tu .'}. A I An order of the I'ostoflloe Doo t
large crowd was 'pre.ent to
game u,;which whs,one of tbe best playedthis I use one of It* lines\ of high-grade partment, Washington. D. C., effeotlve RELIABLE COMPANim: PROMPT PAYMENT OF LOSSKH. ,. I

season I papers. Treat yourself to something t; Jan 1, IRIS, provides that LOWEST RATKS. ACCIDENT POLICIES:: ISSUED. .
The Rev. Dr. llawke I III spending tbe t r.
11'. Ilruner la R.aflel's summer In tbe bungitloat Military Park, !good, Kastlock, Blue Ridge Record and no delinquent subscriber shall bo ) :'
finishing shipping ;1L0'TL'OIL: : J.30..t .J! ;IN': .fIJrl.ANOE: J
crop of oranges. This Is tbe line winter home of Col. C. Bond, ledger or linen, bond or superfine, carried longer than three months,
Wlloox W. Fowler, of the K. M. & N. I., and I I. or extra fine wove The man who use I MARINE AND KIRK. RATES ON APPMOAT1ON
left on Tuesday for bit this. giving a* a reason that the depart
la flirt Atkinson, WIs. situated on the exclusive grounds of straw wrapping paper for litter bead I ."
well known military school from Lyn- save on his but'hi\ ment Is furnishing! a low rate ofpontage
may money printing, *
N'ittfeld' Is suffering! with a com- dun, Ky. ,. Your Business Respectfully Solicited, t tf i; .
business will suffer He and and doe
J'liOn of diseases, aud is quite *(ck. you had on newspapers,
Valued Same An Gold.B. better use good stationery and show customers Reference Indian River State Hank Tltusvllle Fla.
y Hall's faithful little Pete ; so for the benefit of a benatide' lub- r
mule, ,
merchant of Cedar :
O. Stewart, a that
and sell
you use -'good '
In his checks" Tuesday morn- scriber who for his paper.Please --- -
View, Miss, says: "I tell mv customers ." pays ;
good Quick printing at the ADVOCATE I lTEEE
when they buy a box of Dr.. King's >'ewLife take notice of the name '
B. Carter returned home Monday, Pills they get the worth of that : office.
I Ms trip to Key West with the much gold In weight, if 81)1 icted with -- and-Ute slip pasted upon your : : ;

host Nlrodba, which was left at constipation, malaria or billlousness." JOn PRINTING! of all kind done attbil paper or wrapper every week ,+
f I I for the summer, Sold under guarantee at the Tltusvllle j office, at reasonable rate Give :
I Pharmacy: 2"o. u* a share of your work. .A4...+.....................
;Archie Chambers left, last Tuea- are giving' greatest satisfaction to onr bun- Jj
I 'or D.ytona, to visit her ulster unI'turdav From Ocklawaha Nurseries ,
-- -- -------- --- ---- -- ----- --- -------- cJrllt. of customers Florida. Theyalwsy. .

Jind tiny, when went her to husband their borne joined in .....................++.....'........................f?.............................. : grow, and they always bear fruit true to name .of variety, ..

*()n 01 ille. \ 1

'children bad their regular! Easier i THIRD ANNUAL COMMENCEMENT OF THE ; Some satisfaction In fhk In planting< oves now, think of the future ;;\ ',{/ ,;

OQ.. About e thirty children made, i i depend on the'I1geee you plant. MAKE NO MISTAKE:: but come to : ; ,r
P"n a lively
I place until the 123 I'JtIIollnd.
I Then they played games for Reliable Trees to arrhe der "
Headquarters : KlfE'lSI
r If IKaand cookies until time to i PHOlg t'.tlrr.ei5coNn order. If they f j
I IDe 6
happy. e don't we replace them. NO WHITE FLT. 4.
-- ,1'AKT FIRST UH4..t1"'TIIU IQXICH'J"rrw I

I It Hutched tile Spot. I -;; I ADDRKHH 0. W. CONNER Prop'r.' 1.;.

I1 Humphrey w ho-owns a large Chorus>When Life l Brightest".Pnsutl, ( Overture-"Po -t and, Peasant" . .Buppe .
I* store at Omega, Ohio and I* Piano, Mis Mabel Reynold. l "
re IM tit of the Adams County Tel. Misses Leah Ixwley, Helen WilnonSalutatory. TANGERINE, FLORIDA. '''

., well as the Uome Tele. i Farce . :. . . "Plnevllle Baby hhow" y '.
_fl\\ of l'lk" County 0., .ya of . . Miss. Jeannette. Norwood 't -- - --- .- --. - -- '
New! Discovery? ''It land "MatlueeIel'rintemps". . ,Edw Ml* a ;; ,,1
soars droreah At learnt Itblnk It did. It ;; Piano, eight hands. ; Missed Sophia Smith, Bolero Brilliant A Day In .."KdThulller: i
the apot, tie very seat East Coast Lumber & Co
- 't;b when everything; else fall : Leona Kline, Mary liable, Maud Renaker \, Nix Hand.t % Supply : .
Ur. 8ioq'sew Mlnses) Helen Wilson, Fannie Budge and ,

;fesehes the Discovery beal.'pota not. ActlonHung. . . ..ToP"11.un Grace Itathbun I .. \I r
"s cough spot; It t __ .. ; DEALERS INeft I'.
|4 and the weak: spots In ;; Marche Mllitaire-"Le Depart". .L. "Streabog) '
r lung and cheat. Hold under ; Lu.nL'bo19: ) :XHa.llc3.lne: ; a.101.1.n1; 4"
arts! at 'I1tunlllr'' : Six Hand D.lI'erJ of Diploma, . .Supt. J: 1C. Walker I. 1

nI S I '"J Per bottle. Trial Pharmacy bottles free.*oo t MIsMeM Freda "Walker Verna Monroe and : Or ALL KINDS. i : -f i

) ;; Wlllard Hall Piano. Solo-"Old BUck Joe" Charles climbed llr t

ed. I\IUI 1NGEltutomobile.: i Farce.' 4' . -. .Red Riding Hood"Menuett Paraphrase Mies. Mabvl De Reynold Concert JUST RECEIVED.. IN FORT PIERCE CAR LOAD OF CORRUGATED GAlVANIZED IRON .i 'j.

In ). . T: . Edwln.Bchultt ''' s I OOFIN6. WRITE US FOR PRICES. .1 i .

Piano I-3fleeesGraceRlthbunSophi5rohh: Valedictory..IliacafariunGruber, ,
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: Piano 11- Leona Carruther, Leona Kline --- t
I >: H. Erwt Richter *Sc rf Picture. . Nine Young Ladle '
lUullc-'Iprlnll'! Flower i -V. PARKER: : :: ,
\. C Nix Hands Piano, Ml* Helen Wilson ,
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- H Z Misses Fannie Budge, Leona Carruther and., TITUSVILLK, FLORIDA. :

WHEELS, Sophia Smith Overture-"LlglttCavahry".Nuppearrlliendel CLnt"i: Shoot: ; Iron "" 'V'o1911.019. i t4
.i + .'lanoI-MI'1P1 Fannfft Budge, (jrare Rotlibun'Piano

;E SOLID TIRES, Coroedletta . . .. .-"The HpnotUt* II-Mime* Leah ).cesley. Helen AVIIson I TANKS. Of" ALL KINDS MADE TO OHDER. "

Piano soltr-"IluntingofButterfies"m! Hlrsch Chorus--'Swing Song".Frederla Lohr BOAT PUMPS AND TANKS A SPECIALTY: .

EJ- 3 i 5.00 and Up. :C Miss Leona Kline Piano, Miss/ Mabel Reynold) Dealer, la BICYCLES AND BICYCLE SUNDRIES.I ... c 44Qronora1

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Magnificent Display and Big Prizes at Deductions From Experiments In Han. Use A B

Corn Exposition.Two dung Such Crop. TIME CARD No. 75. IN EFFECT APRIL
hundred and fifty dollar for an I The proper met boils of harvesting NEW PERFECflONWick I INo. Q

car of corn I. oue of the luterestlng and storing roots are obviously of the 99 No. 19 MAIN LINE. No. 78 No. 98-,

prenlta of the coru Improvement caoi utmost Importance In the line of such Dally Dally De..lly:_ Dally1164am

1'llliU' which has 'bPI) In progress for crpps for winter feeding. The deductions Blue Flame 09 CookStoveBecause I25 pra: 1056 a am am- I Ar.v.:'::::::;:'St.. so'AUtuNtlne..Lv sonv e..:,..,,,.... r 1 ro pm pn:: ,,1:

the past fifteen yearn In thin couutry. from the New York Cornell station 712 pet U4a .m L..K..t I'llatk'ML. 601 I'm I o
that amount wee paid at auction for experiruonui which have to do tl2piaBJJpra: 188 lsepm pm: Lv.t.v.J:..=:::::.1J Ormond.Lv. .::== eotpm 521110:: 444 y as:

an Indiana car of white corn void at with thin subject follow; II 1010pm l$ : aim 1a0pm: t::::==!'t'rr. :..:-t: : UH:: ::
pm Iii
the recent National Corn exposition lu Itoots are generally harvested by it's clepn.- H00nI10 pm' 112 1m Lv__.._.... ; ....?_..__... 12 e2pta I It t boa
I Chicago Tills grand cliamflon' white bald except In the ease of the lIugar11l00.t. / am 116pm RocklMH... ,...,.Lv lZ2Npe I
Because it's econom lit am 160 pm: t::::=:.::::Fan Gallle...::.:::..i*.!.* : am a
ear contained 1,200 kernel, with ail tin- ., when a plow may I be used to 124 am 600pmTQOpm L..1oIelbnurn..L. 11 44 am ym
fllned81110 of 20 route ouch. Sixty raise them from the ground. When ical. 160 am Lv .....ri. Pierce..I.v 966 am I R I
too am f:04pm: Ar:::::,.::Went Palm HearnLT. ::::::,..:.Lv T8 am i I "istSundari 1
par of Hi kind represent a l bushel. turnips, rutabagas and mongols aregrown 3
Because it saves :, tm am 10 46 pm ...?_.Kt. Lauderdale..Lv 6b am
Such fabulous pilcos for corn oro not for sucot-Hslon fowling the turnips 7 86 am 1145pm750am Ar.Mlaml.L. &00 am I I t
i .. : I
Miami ;
an object of the work which corn are generally barvrsged/ brat, before time. tlOUOamfll(Mamtsoopm: *IOMam: Lv:::::;:::: io ::::::: :::Lv 5610 210 pm pm:: I I:({I' :

ti ,,1.Ir dlbue lieen and ere doing./ frost might'ln the late Because itgivesbestcooking --.:.:::=:,=.. AriirrrKninht't Key l> c'a:........L. ...... ..:_: ... .. I W iq
They are Imply encouraging Incident fall will not Injure rutabagas or man. .Bally eaeepI8und.)'. and Tunnel?!onlj. rTue.dayraad.auMq( ll
When the late James Itllcy. ridiculed, gels, although the tint front should be results. PALATKAURANCH PI
__ _
by bis neighbors' used to "inonUr I a sign';: of hnrventlng: time unless, It be Because its flamecan
'! oxrcptlonnlly' early an,1'er1 sure to Leave Caatfalatka EAST PALATKA Arrive Leave PALATKA TO Ant;,;

bo followed by later Vvartu weather.In be regulated TO PALATKA ._ PaUtkk, Palatka_ EAST PALATKA_ : p E, q L

lute summer and early fall the tops instantly. 8 0ara ..?......No. 48 I>allr.?._.. 6110 am 6W am .._No. 47 Dally., dlhlll
flrfr NI I 1116.111 ...__..No. do not crow much, yet the roots are Because it will not overheat kitchen. tV am ........No. IW/ l>.Hr....-..?.. 94& am is amSM ,_.No. M I'.llr. '1I'&m)
'. Ilrmium '' your .. .. ......_
developing and ripening rapidly.' 1160/ am No. 12 hstly.1210 pm pm No. 68 lnlly.. l
In the case of mangels, rutabagas Because it is better than the coal or wood( stove. 406pm 6epm: : ::':M7.!_.No.No!: M 14 Dally.DaIIy:: ,....?.,.:!:!:l'!: 5M 42lt pm pm:: 4 70S BO pm pm ::=Noe$o. 65 D.Ily D.IIy.:: ::: gf.:pm

.,........ ........... ...........
r8 "' + and iiifwt turnips the plants can tie> lII ;m .No. 6S I'ully: 7611 jm BK pm .No 69 Dftll':....... ."
p Because it is the perfected oil stove. jv
pulled b'y band the tops tnlstetl off as _-.._ SAN MATEO_ BRANCH: _
they are pulled and the roots piled or For other reasons see stove at your dealer's, Leave EAST PALATKA Arrive Leave SAN MATEO TO ArrlvJio. "

thought thrown directly that piling Into and the Afterward vtigrm. load.It Is or write our nearest agency. P.ika TO SAN MATEO 'Mateo San :JMateo San EAST PALATKA 'I P.FI".1k:

1110 am .....I..No..9 DI1'.M..._. 8M.m 00am _. _..No.6O nary._ yp", '
log are lens fatiguing than throwing the Made in three sizes and fully warranted. ll'' "m ......... ..So.6ft /lIy:........,?.. IftJi "10 8411"10 ....?........No. H Dm/lv... r ,0snLs
roots directly Into the wagon as pulled. }
CHAMPION KAH WIIITU CU1IN. 25: No.21 No.19 No.17 MAYPORT No. 18 1'0.20 Nat 110.2.
nround" lu his eOI'nl1eltJlIlII'locUl1i seed The root should reach their place of The cannot be equaled Dallr72ft I t>all I bally BRANCH Dally 0-
) Pallr Dallfr.v l
A L l Dally
storage with as little dirt and "bruising .4'0 ampforltebrlghtaD4 .: _1__ _
can and In the winter sort and study .
nil jtiMKlble.! / pm 800"01 I 2 oo pm 11.11 .Ja",<'kionvllleArL oo.m 8113 am USo"pm >'I;
them ty the hour, lie had no thought steady light, simple constructionand 804pm 64U|"m J.m02..m; ...1'ablo llcncb.Lr eoam ,6& am II40am //e'J,
of what ha* occurred in. corn breedingas Cellar Storage. / \ absolute safety, Equipped so, pm tetpm 24'\ pra i 102 Im.J..AllanticBeacb.L. 016.m 7oo.m \185 am '
be 8211 jm, 7 JIJ.m I bin l'"i I l'l4lamiAf., MRY'" rt..I.. 800.m Pa) .,tI 1I.t ft... '
stored In celler
a direct result of Ms bobby. That toot muy a or I : LJ with latest Improved burner. Made of brass throughout J!
In a pit lu the Jleld. The cellar Is theletter and nickeled. An to room roe 3 No. I NO. a No. 4 No.iially' 8 Na IU lUol.oed
good old HooHler( farmer did not know beautifully ornament any u.Ily liallyex. OrangsCltyBramch wally. D.IIy Santortf Bnnch j I Uhl .
that he was doing more for the future whenever practicable. It may whether library,dining-room,parlor or bedroom. Every ems Sun Hun. ei.Bun.IIS .". Hun. a:Hun. n.Run) liliO
than for his own time Boone County bo a part of the barn structure or lamp warranted. Write to our nearest agency if not at ffi pm 100'-;; I.v.NewSmyrnaAr.;; pm '00 pra 100 am I.VTItUOVllllAr.jl21Oj! ;, '
built under the driveway of a bank dealer's. 12 pm lODuara l.T.I.aka U.leoJ.v.1211 pm 481 pra eta am 8101, -5,
White and two of your
Hlley'n raverlte our ale 10 Mamliooam LT. Orange City LT.AT. it'*) ,ra 410 ,. ,ale'
t standard varieties\ owe their origin I burn or It may 1* built as a dugout STANDARD OIL COMPANY .8 40_pm pm :OrnngB City: Jf 1218 |.m pra400pm:: .:::::::::::E::::::::::,,:::::.:I:.... .:

I and Improvement to bill faithful work. In aside hill near the burn. Perhaps U!' <"ltr >BA'I ...) CnnneMtmnsneda "t K.'I"- K.... honk for K.. \v..t sad U..ftn'l.'

y Moreover, his reculti were the source concrete I. the best material I for con ..-rb.... TIM TA ALES how the tlmr.i>t which train may be expected..
of no ftninll part of the Interest In- corn struction.1 It should be not over seven rlv.and depart from the ....ral.t..tlo".1 bot their arrival.. dep.rture at th.II"
improvement which, liarfliecu multiply or eight feet deep and large enough to I or slated IIDY none n..,.;(;."ara..te.d.nnnee nrl.ln nor..fh.'r..m.Ho*. ll>. CotnpaDj: bold Itself reapou.lbl forandeUVorCorty .
hold the ltit Is best tohave
log throughout the country for two yield or nupply.
nf th.I.eeal Time Card or Other Infurmallom
It located and (constructed such 'a
decades. 'P41.71'117'rICIcL'L': AGJi1N'1.: .
What Mr Kllcy accomplished' In In. a way that the root can be dropped J.D. RANNER Assistant Central Poa.. Agt., ST AUUU5T1ND, FLORID (1-

diana was quite paralleled In Ohio by In from above, preferably through trapdoors A
In bottom of the and
the Learnings and In Illinois by James the wagon
the I'ootf the cellar. It Is essential
I. Held. As a result we have the popular BULLETIN NO.2.Jewrty .
known Hint the walla, (If built In the ground)
standard( variety as .Learn
log and the more cosmopolitan' Iteld'aYellow and the floor have good drainage and Fares

lcnt, each of which Is extcnRlvely that ventilation lie provided through
the top and that the construction be I'
grown In tbo Mississippi valley I _
The ventilators shouldbeleft .
For exhibition the latter Is frostproof.
purposes UUITe
open until sweating tins ceased, RF.P'ECTIVE'APRIL. Srd, 190$.
without a peer In the races or varieties .
when they may be dOMed for the win. .
of corn. 'or ponies ot ten ((10)) or more trav-
ter. In winter the cellar should tie>
And still only a beginning has been ,
clon l much cling tugotber on ,one ticket two ((2))
/ kept <* as a"* possible on .
made. Ears that are practically perfect
wnrrd dll''''. Roots should be so placed cents' per mile per capita minimum
according/ to present standards. I
are being produced, hut [perfection has that turufpH may be ted first rutabagas ,, ? per capita: fore fifteen ((13)) cent*.

not been attained. The most Important next and after these mangels and r These rates are open to the public

Work remains to la> done. It does carrots. and apply between any point on the
not conslwt! tu producing {:250: cars nor Pear Bright.

in emphasizing/ the so called artistic Pear blight Is a bad thing In a pear '

values of perfect scoring tyi>es. Its orchard. When seen cut out the black. her

prime object Is to secure a maximum ened wood and leaves at once well below Atlantic Coast Line R I If

yield merchantable ble com from every the infected part. Burn all cut ,
acre planted.
tings. Frequently disinfect the knife
a Never wo such keen Interest shown by dipping it into a bottle of alcohol.
In as Is exhibited today In Tears when -
any crop are best ripened Indoors
corn. It was reflected In magnificent Instea'd of on tbe trees. The time toY
fashion at the corn show In Chicago a >lck pears Is determined, first, by their Four Sailings Each Week Passenger Traffic' Manager Oeneial' P"lI/Il'nller Ag'Vn.MINOl'O '

short time Fourteen" states contribute known of \ N C.
ago. season ripening and second, : I
)] exhibits. According to their by the ease with which the stem parts BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK.Calling -n. .w- Fr1.1io1i.Dllltlcl : .
representation their rank was as follows from tbe branch when the fruit is I'aagengrir Agent, Atlantic leant Line,

4 ; Illinois, Iowa Indiana \Vlsconnla slightly lifted. Most (pears are marketed at Charleston, S. C., bothways)
Ohio Nebraska- South Dakota JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
In a green' but mature state.-Farm .
Michigan Missouri, Kansas, Minnesota Journal. .
The Finest Steamships in the Coastwise Service -- --- --- --
Oklahoma" Texas and Kentucky: : r

Held' Yellow Dent was represented by 1
100 ten-ear entries Learning by. 49. Land For Aiparagut. Clyde New England and Southern Lines. MalloryLines

Boone County White by 40 and Silverinliie In preparing land for asparagus or > Direct bervloe Between

by 1 Ci2.: In the lioys' clnsa 200 rhubarb It should be plowed deep and Jacksonville Boston Providence and all Eastern Points _
entries were exhibited, tu the ladles' heavily manured In the fall In order to ,

class 2.:"<0, In the girls' 150.:; lu the freak he ready next spring, says a grower. (Calling at Charleston, 8. C,, both ways' ) SPECIAL PASSENGER-EXPRESS STEAMSHIPSLargest
class 150.: Altogether 110,000 In cash
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prizes tuna wanted. lonthbound......... ..........t.. .......... ... ... ,... .. .......... ..from Lewis Wharf, Boston and most thoroughly equipped steamships on the cost
It Is highly profitable to show corn northbound.. .. ...... .....l. .......... ......, tram foot of Catherine Street Jacksonville passenger
for prlzeu., One man from Indiana '""--- -NO OVERCROWDING-


+ H : ships aa no tlcketa will be Bold toxxceed the number of bAr| nth

BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND SANFORD. or the seating capacity of Dining Halls thus Insuring all passengers intllvl< lenc
Stopping at Palatka" Astor, tttnttnrd (DeLand), and intermediate lindlnn on the service and attention.
St.John. Hiver.8t _

Iaeplolntedtosalt aa follow t Leave Jackaonvllle,Sunday,Tueiday*and Thundayi,at 9,iM p. (See Schedule of Ships la Florida Times-Union
m. Returning( leave Banlord, Monday, Wednesday, and Fridajra, 10.00. m. .

i Jackennollle I wI. Including delightful DAYLIGHT SAIL through the
00 00
..rave., i n0 00!::: ::: ::::::::::: ::::::::::.,P.latka Astor .::.lice::::::::,.::,,:..,,,. :..:::: lerv.Leave I! oo 0o p p., m.l m.. FAMOUS "SEA ISLANDS" f-

leave. .... ......,.... .....lwreslordIwi..nlj, .... .. .... ,.... leave 100 p. m.
I'ue IOn a. an.......,..... ........... ....8&.10..1 ....... .... ...... ...... .. 1000 .. m. tickets sold all regarding
Due 10 ao a. m. ............... ... ...,..Euorprise. ........ ....................Leave 10 80 a. m. Through to northern points. Kor full Information
fractions offered by no other line; diagrams, reserTatlus, ticker, etc., apply j hoUid.
CBAtll'IOM TENU8, WH1TB fOltN, Passenger and Ticket Office 122 W. Bay St., Jacksonville. e

wou more than $7,000 In prizes on a P. M! IRONMONGER, JR., Assistant General Passenger Agent,
H. H.RAYMOND, Tloo-rrealiftDtand! General Manager, New York.
ulnglo ten ear exhibit Includtug the IL B.MATNAHI, r. T. M A.C.HAOkKTY, n. P. A.. 122 WEST HAY STREET JACKSONVILLE, FAIR \
prizes won by his family he left the Pier SB. N. H., r.Yorll. rirr 3d, N. R., New York .
L.R. BCROHLK,0.Ay F. M. IRONMONGER, A. (1. 1>.A. -
show about $9,000 to the good. And Tills woman says that after I mburtc. .'!.. jM'knonTllle, Fla. -
all tbo RKLT. P. A ,
I Jackaonirllle :
Jauknonvllle, .Ia ria.'
a little thirteen acre patch. An Iowa IMnkliitm's Vegetable Compound O. IXVKLL. Agent( ,JarkonTlll, Tla. SEA.BOA.R:
? exhibitor won prizes of a total value made her n" well us ever. GENERAL OFFICES, Pier M,North Blest, New York. lat,
f of about"0000. A South Dakota corn
grower received nearly $7.000 worth of Maude K. }Forjde of Loesburjr.Va, ---- LINE RAILWAY.SAVANNAH .

prizes. Hundreds of others gained valuable wriU'B to Mrs. llnkham : CO'LUM '
prizes In lo'1'lat'lIrlet1., accordIng 1 want other suffering women to ..ALTO.SELFLOCKING T IA, CAMDEN SOUTHERN PINES, RALE13H, RI'j DUC"ATE.

to the Urceder's Gazette, Chicago know what Lydia E. I'lnkham'a Vegetable MONO, WASHINGTON, BALTIMORE. PJHLADftLPUIA. NEW TORS
from whose extensive (Illustrated reportof Compound has done for me. Koi .
month I Buffered from feminine lilt
the great items are gleaned.' so that I thought I could not live. 1 Three Elegant Trains Dally ... ": .-
wrote yon and after taking( Lydia R
IMnkham's Vegetable Compound and Seaboard. Express. Seaboard Mail.

Insoluble Phoaphatee. using the treatment you prescribed ]
The floats gave very poor results ont felt like a new woman. I am now Seaboard J Florida Limited.
' corn the flrat year as compared with strong,and well.ever. and thank you

y, the other phosphates. as tested at the for the good you have done me." MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT. --

+ Rhode Island experiment station. In FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN.For .

subsequent yearn, however the phosphoric thirty years: LydU:. link- T.AOXLELOOX. THE
acid of the floats slowly became ham's Vegetable Compouml, made SEABOARD FLORIDA LIMITED. ]KD1JIWIT

Y 1 available and true good results on from roots and heilw, lias been the via Richmond Solid Pullman and Veetlbuled train, St. AuRnatlne and Jacksonville: to Self Pro"room J
troth Washington Dining Car (a la carte service), Double
corn and grass. 1 It probable that standard remedy for female ills, U.
Sleeplnii Cars, Stateroom and
In the cane of the grans the accumulating and has positively cured thousands! and observation Car Leave fit. Augustine
s organic matter materially aided la women who have l been troubled withdisplacement Is a new and frreat Invention as It saves time, money and labor. It will work ra, Jacksonville: p. ro., dally, Including Sundays.
lorlsontallr, upaldedown at angle.' It Vs tropoaalble' for the
or any roe to slip
rendering the phosphoric acid of the inflammation( ulce
*, ration
when locked and lever attachment Is
no or trigger repe used In Wla'devtce.
floats nsslrullable.Dattroylng. fibroid tumors, Irregularities, There Is only one hoist, lower and luck the load, and It Is Impossible for the rope to For full Information and sleeper reservations/ call on any Agent

Dodder periodic pains, backache, that 1l'ar'l jam| or chafe and there Is nothing to get oat of order In this original tackle block. Seaboard, or "rUe' U:Lasap'r.

Whenever a llJOt of this yellow vine Ing-down feeling,\1lencyll1dl; 8'I I May be seen at the ADVOCATB office TItuavllle; and are for sale by the At S. C. BOTLSTON, JR., Asst. Gen. Pass. Agt., JACKSONVILLE, FLOE's,!! .
shows clover alfalfa field t Ion,d Izziness nervous ll'OIitrahou.I I lantlo Supply.Co., East Hay street Jacksonville. Jla.! .
t, on a or get
it fSirs. I aw': :a
Why donf; try '
st once a bunch of dry straw and putIt you e
on top of the spot and set fire to It. IMiikhnm Invites all sickwomen Ui:b'J,

Tills Is the only way to destroy It, for to write her for JUlY Ice. -WaltouSelf-Lockll Block Co SEND YOUR ORDERS TO THE ADTOCi|:11I0IIlrn(1

It4leed. so freely that cutting It off Is She has ftiildctl thou apt to scatter the seed. Southern licaltli. Address L 'nDl\a.s.




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den stopping of the earth's motion, N1:1Y YOltlC.

TO MOVf OUR PLANET only on a much larger scale. Everything .
( Travelers Hotel on Its surface would be burled!
is e FLA. Into space wltb a velocity hundreds ot

-On the American and European Plan- times as great' as that of tbe swiftest Hotel Marlborough

l\\ under new roa..Kement.: Newly furnished and renovated. A pleasant Power It Would Take to Raise express train.
home K 'es: American : :! Cut we should have hardly the Um"to
diUP.\ All cars tor'i Union St! tlonistop at the doorl Oj. European, Meta the Earth One Foot. realise thin somersault Into space because Droadnay, JUh and 37thStie New York; +#,

n. W. HAVCOCK Proprietor.. of the other Immediate result- Completely Renovated and transformed In every department. Most cen I

rll, beutlfully\ located Klve 'lde Hotel, at Green trove Springs Is under the THE WEIGHT OF THE GLOBE. via the transformation of the eartb trally located hotel on Drolldaa,. BLECTKIO: L1Q11TH and TELEPHONE
same management, motion Into a hint so Intense os to In every room In the house.
raise the of tbe air bj
temperature EUROPEAN PLAN. 401) Rooms. 200 bath room. Kates: $1.60 and up
hundreds of degrees turn neat, lake
JACKSONVILLE fl Has Bn Calculated te Be Some ward without bath tJ and upward with bath Parlor, bedroom and bath f 3
Everett Hotel and rh" .rs Into steam and instantly
be Six Million Million Ton*-What consume forests, buildings and cities and upward. Parlor two bedrooms and bath (1: and upward

FLORIDA. Would Happen if the Earth Should And men and aolmuU would luitantaneoimly KKXET-TlKHNKr HOTEL COMPANY

Com to a Sudden Standstill.It perUh from the UK re breathIng .
E. M. T1KKNKV, lt nRer.
of the hot air, and their corpseswould
Florida's Largest European Hotel Is not generally !known that the
be Incinerated In the genera
rotuixjlty of the eartu and its movement ..
conflagration. In short the ....ultwOIII,1 The 010''..' KaUbllahxi Uraln and Seed Iloiu In tile But*.
were i.*uown long before Copernicus
Pllute,| Baths. Sample Kooms Long Distance Phone In Every Room and Oalllel Thus, Aristotle be a tragedy such as la deplC'tellby
for tbe diIY.Sclt'oll.t.
Irw The Best St. Peter Judgment
Irk of Service--- says, almost all those who claim to bate given the tetnperature cSs Oo.
uulToriulty 'Wxxz. -urX.
have studied heaven lu Its
GEO. Hi: MASON, Manager which one would feeltitu |nnetratlng -
declare that the fiirtu Is lu the center.
to' the center of the globe T() '
em.m.k.m but the philosophers of the I Italian: obtain this Animate of beat they had ; "' GRAIN HAY AND GARDEN SEEDS

..m'ro ST. AUOUSTIM: school otherwise the I'ytbagoreaua to confine themselves to simple ob ,
-------- --- leach entirely tbe contrary In this
1,>11.>..I opinion the center la occupied by tire .t'M"ation.mine shafts.oil tbe Geologists rise of temperaturelr bollevii Flour, Grits, Meal and Fertilizers

!LIw aud the earth Is only u star, which by that the mean temperature! of tin e1MI ( Street JACKSON VII FLA.
.MMl taut
,, s Hay ,
circular movement round tile same
YOl1 a
:1 BUIJlDTI16'T earth increased by I degree will

center produces night and day." every huifdrpd feet of descent.Vltl lUtoiotpie Fr>,o. Watehouaea on tracks of 8. A. I*. K'y, and.A, C L. Ry>
.11. The follow'lug Greek pblloac.>phers blleted *- these figures for a basis they calculated

) LAZA Pythagoras of bullion. AnaxlnmudorMcetas must be 4,320 degrees K
2.m.t.II I ......Ir..llo..6119D In the tltjr.farnUhvl Rtrlrtly flrrproor of llcraclldes of .
. sat nitty fine ?? ? wen. Syracuse This good mathematics, but incorrect &
RooaMOulj. Upon November ...... was ( Baker
,.t.Ile 10 oJ. Add.... es .bo.... Poutuit. ArUtanutis of umo.... Selc- for observations made In Nevada ; McMurray

Ilero neus and LipUantu: lleracltdes and with instruments of great precUlciu -. I

II, Ecphautus admitted that the earth atonal that the heat of the 4Ul-tin Knot Street* Jucksoiulllp Florida' ,
roP" tel Granada ST. A1TOUS1INK, FIORIDA. moved only upou Its own ifXln, the central nucleus was much greater liny ;

..1"o diurnal movement The Pythagorean. Per the experiment of 11'1117 a silver -Makeis\ and Jobbeis of- .
Coderuew ownership and management HII'l'c'ly' facing main entrance of the held that each star was a world, lm\ and there t
I 17 'cede Leon, During: the past deiwon $JO! ,(MKI( uas been agent| In Impiovement mine WH'S Kelocttnl theyfound
uo; ',lie and pilvaie. bath., CuUlne and service nnHinpai-ncil All ainimeraontafi Ing Its own utuiun|>lure, with an Immense that at 2t>(00 foot under the Vehicles Harness and Material

," 'ell, ,:)< \per d.y; $12 ISO per week up. Aocommodatlons for IT'S Now open. extent of ether surrciiiidlug It. earths surface the air showed a torn Carriage Wagon ,
. moult nllaralne. \ blfe service. S. THOMAS I't:\NA, Propiletors Many centuries before Ooporulcus pernturo of l IH degrees r, and the \\'utor p

=.I-1.I1 _.- -- wrote bU work on "lue Revolution of of 120:! degrees. In tbe vicinity, at Sadtlloryjlitibber Tires.
-DAYTONA, m\cn. the Heavenly Bixllen" whhb wa Yellow Jack shaft tbqjnlne reaches n
,=.. about 1542: A. I).. the Jewish l .abnllstlc depth of 3.l( feet and the tbenuoine- First-Class Repairing and Painting, Etc. Etc. j

..a, book, called .Colinr1 stated as to the ter shows constantly 135) d">jrrH>i( ii'.. fin .- -- ... -
el. W Seaside Inn DATOVBEVCJI, FLORID coHiuotjiupliy of the unlverw: that miners cannot work lime for a aLong
"In the book of IlAiuuiannuab the moro than tUtcm iiilnnten nt n stretch 1Wn1Sby: !:no1'I.n.o1.y: : OOD1pnny.:

Old we learn through extended explanation The works In the Sluiplon shown! likewliT Il.tsnca'1'hone\ 1'7'. KJ: Ooe Q Street. V dated Flailing and Surf lUthliu. HateR: *.'. *) por day and up. that the earth turns upon Itself <> nil ilni'oiniiion subterranciiii beat, JACKSONVMLK e FLORIDA

Alt furnlfbed cottages for rent for houHekeeplug./ In the form of a ditto;thnt some anon and the cuUiibillous jlll'lIf'IIU amnimp PORTAULK sad H1ATIOXARV

top the others below; that all crcnturea lion for the central nucleus of a tcuipprature l KN01NKS and UOlIKHS.
HOlt CE F. I:)fEW Owner. 'J'
change In aspect:, following tbo of t 1'.NOOtaU to 700000 depicns
of ench keeping, bow SAW MILLS, WOOl WOIlKfNOMACMINFKV
-- '" manner place the same n* Is assumed of the MIIII,- p
NDW S (YItYA. ever, In the same loMlllOil. But there Leon andbirg In Chicago ItecordHern An,18U1'I, >LU'Ii.: {''I I

are some count rim of the earth that Id\. ,, -Complete Him carried In aftockMinn .- '.

are lightened while others are In dark. ,ul tim'rlle for C'ataloKuiHtHt4 1

ean House NEW SMYRNA, FIORIDA. ness These have (the day when for A COMIIIIOII Mistake Amenta! fur tlio Old Oas and .D
the former It Is night, and there are C Oaxollu .uglu(\HAddress 11

Open all tbe )ellr. Accummodilcs 100. Oveilooklng Indian River countries In which It Is constantly dayor dcr Many troubles women. for mistake some lri kidney' iiuluilr and| peon blad communlontlona as above.IVI .

Table.ervlce the buit. Room single or en aulte with private bath. In which at Instants.least the These night continues secretswere liar to the sex Koloy's Kidney Keinuilycoi *. O II 1 3>J 333 :H. TT '

For rales call uu or address FRANK: W. 8\MS:! : Piopiletor. only some if on IrieguUiltloa and makes womeu . . f+
made known to the men of tbe "
well, MIHS Cattle howlingGreen
secret science: but not to the teogra. Ky, wiltei: : "I laTn:1::: et much: }

TITUSVILLi. pliers.HMattnonldes palo from Kidney sod bladder trouble THE GOOD OLD SUMMER TIME
---- (1100 A. Dt held that until 1 started to use Yol"1 Kidney $2.15 ""
tbe earth bad the form of a globe; that Remedy The first b.lulelfltve mlt !great t..v.wNe 19 \VIIEN "'OU NESt ) ,
relief. aDd after tltklut thin second bottle ... .. .
both extremities of reeea ne.a.r. .w. .a.-
he It was Inhabited at I was entirely "well" 'fltuIVlIIe Pharr .., .. .
Sterling TITUSV1ILE, FLORIDA. a certain diameter: tbat the "Inhabit maty ..:. ? I PORCH CHAIRSXVt I

ants had their bends toward heaven ,
and their feet' toward each other, yet Nan and the Buckst. .
lists over 5,DUO r."h Chiln on Ml* r
they did not fall off There la one particular! fever of non -laoii rm Parrots TO You- 1

In India at a very early period the sense which the Pilnccton Tiger claims r"n "..-_,.... ...... a. ..e.Mee .
astronomer Arya-bbata (born A. l>, the credit of having originated, for In uMn..eey ....,...P.O...... ... .' .t...
nl a l1, ere ,
. 470)) held to the opinion that the revolved Its own axis It In following verso- '
gipM known that the Chaldeans at a very The. one was a man from Nantucket FLORIDA CHAIR fACTORY '""'':=- : ;J

e am lout period nictitated with certainty Who kept all his cull In a bucket, j
Hut lila, dauuhiur nnmxl Nan
ecltpHps of the moon and cloudy approximated -
tan with
away man
the time of eclipses of, the And ai fur the !bucket-NantuckoU

sun Dr. Scliteeel gives tbe great an- For the next few months Nan her 'f
tl<]Ulty of 18,000 years to tbe Chinese father and her newly acquired bus- THEY ARMOUR FERTILIZERS ,,;

astronomical sphere bund encountered a series of the inoitt

Though astronomy: ,nfforda the mean astonishing adventures In every known ,
of determining with great precision I hamlet In the country which could be
i"L '!! the I relative masses. : of the earth, the i'on vet'ted Into limerick form by the
moon and all the plunets. It does not brains of 1 newspaper! and magazine are made from highest quality I ; j

n q j enable as to determine tbe absolute writers from sen. to sea Hy the time GROW .

nines of any heavenly body la units of Nan came back with n dorcu or so additional animal products, which are everywhere :j
the weights used on earth. To determine verses tacked on to tier there

the absolute mass of the globe Its Is renson to wonder In the face of this known to be the best
mean density must be known and this ordeals to which she bad been subjected ('

Conveniently located close to F. E C. R,. depot, Is something shout which direct observation whether the pecuniary advantage BIG forms of food. Use them *
lVa In tbe famous INDIAN RIVER ORANGE SECTION. can given Information as we gained by absconding wltb thAt bucket ,
TbU house Is practically new, having been entirely rebuilt, cannot penetrate more than an Inslg repaid her for all that she bad been ,
many more rooms added, piazza: erected and all modern oonvenlencea and crops will bet- +
\1.. nlflcauf distance Into the earths Interior through Hoy 8. Durst Ine In hobo your grow
Installed and has been
The most probable mean density mlnn Magazine
-VOMPLETELY RK-FURNISHED of the earth Is 5.0-thnt is. the earth Is tor, and your pocketbook grow ,f
Accommodations for twenty Kates' $2.60 a day and up. 88 times as heavy as a ball of pure CROPS ,

special weekly and monthly rates. water of tbe same size From this and ; Da You Think fatter than ever beforo.MANUFACTURED '
P. 0XWALTOX Propr. ,
similar estimates the weight of tbe "

----.--------- 'R---- globe has been calculated to be six roll- I For Yourself t
\ Ion million tone.Archimedes Or da you ova rour month Ilk. a young ,
RAN FOUn. t tbe greatest ancient ge Irel snip down whatever food or modiI IN
: I m.\be offered! you r :
ometer. Is accredited with tbe saying ,
Give me where I may stand and I J'"c..okSOtl.rlc.:: 4F :
in Intelligent tblnklnf woman. .
tclie eF 8AVFORD, will move tbe world"!* With a lever of la need ofViVf from we.ko....DenOl n....
fie Sanford House sufficient length thin talk might possl pain and suVVlnf. then It mesas much to -- ''j '
FLORIDA. bly be accomplished. Hut let ns see you that the, rme trt I"d and true honni5tardletne
... nr "'"" """),"'tITW", ..,1'1 tI,. '
would to It '
Y \ what It require accomplish. CI''Ii'.I I. fur thecure tw.m.n'a III I.. Williams Mammoth Mail Order House. J
wltb the forces at our command The :
fader the management: of weight ot tbe globe has been calculated :'I
The makers of Dr. Plerc.'s' Favorite Prescription "
to be sis million million tons for the cure of weak, nervous,, rundown tall\ Vfest Bay St. -P. O. Box 401JACKBONVU.LE, FLA. I w.t w.
HARRY P. DRIVER To move this w.libt'ooe foot a steam ,overworkeddebIlltatu6 patn-rck4 I"! ,
late! engine of 10000 horsepower would women, knowing this modicln to be mad up J. J. WH.LIA11IH, Proprietor, .;
asslitant manager of.San Juan Hotel Orlando, Florida. have to work Incessantly for a periodof of InvredlenM. every ono of which b.. the "
tronVMt DOMlbl IndoDMtment' of the leading- '\ '
seventy thousand millions of ;years. I I
and atandard aulljorltles of tb* Mtertl '
During this time the engine would nile schools pr cUr e, are perfectly wlllln. and CASE GOODS-EXPRESS: PAID. SPECIAL OFFER. .

: ...\ tip forty million million quart of water I In fact, are only too glad. to print a* they do PESO'JO RYE. Idlobrook Whiskey In .Irumi-Dlatlllery d
lie DUCK SHOOTING FISHING a quantity sufficient to cover tbe the formula or lint of Inrredli-nU, of which Bottling Kxprea Collect .rr
wbole globe 300 feet high Now', as to It I* composed, in $abs inylUA, on every 4 Bull Quart. . . . . ,| 5 00 100 Plots In drum, ,*. ? .$:(300 '

MOTOR and FISHING BOMS at all times.T '. the fuel consumed by tbe engine If It. J bottl-wr. ..cp r.. 11 d .. to ... .. .. .. .. ,. 12 710 71 MX) Half i'lotaIndrum . . 31: IM) 4 .
Sold drum Will not break deem I
RATES! and boiler was good hind working economically The formula of I>r. Plerc' Favorite Pr.- 12 frilght"paid 1 . U: 110' ,
: .do and Special weekly ontblyHiMJEHS '
up. It would require four thousand srrlptkinwlll bear tb* moet critical eitinlu OLD HOMESTEAD CORN \VIJI8K ;Y, \ ,
, W1LI.IAMS NO. 10 I.TK. ,
million tons of coal to feed It duringthe tlon,of medical e>p ru. for It contain 110.Icobol. 1jugeapress paid . .$2b0 \
seventy thousand million years I naroutlca harmful or hablt-formlnr i 4 Full Quart . . I 8 20 .
-- --. -. To such a quantity of coal by rail* drugs and DO acent enters Into It tbat ii not I 0 It . . . 4 60 CORN WIIISKEr-Kxpreia (',nUt-ut. I
highly' recomroenrlnd by the moat advanced 1J to . . . -Dal
5NVILLK X. C. : . ,. :
: < way It would take two hundred thousand sod loading medical teachers and author hooky Fork, per bottle. II IIIU- ( .
million cars of a capacity of Itle* of their several school of practice OLD HAIIVAX UVK. Rock,. Kurk, per oaae 'r' ,v. .til (XIX. +
twenty tons each. These cars when Th.ase.u'tIf'flI' ..Pf'I"nmm..n" the lnedlMi.rum"o l 4 Full Qnsrte..5 4 20* U. White aid jog .. . ,|. 11S l "

of the placed In a line would form a train so (.1'1" 1'10 ,. .... f .'... '........ .." '..r'tI.. 6" .. , 0 00 X. C. White, better . ( a
NDERSONVIL'LE" 0 BLUE.U d on th long as to encompass tbe eartb forty .a ,,.,It' 'h.. '."". .,,1""'n" r.., "III' 1J": . . . 13 00 X. V..Whlte. lino . .. . :t M 1
,1 N. RIDGE IIOOIrTeIIIS .. I II. torn, . 8 (Ml t
," flee times and K this train should L'.l I. w.ri..1..1 m .II.I") I. ":! BUNNY fiOUfll KYE. !

I move with a velocity of twentyflrei I *. 4 Full Quart . . :. .s 2 73 RYE WHI0KEY: -Express Collect .11
miles an hour It would take It five mil- ', Jf o other medicine for woman's Cia ba any It Per alt Ion ( I
fl , 4 ()fl f
FEET ABOVE SEA LEVEL. lion years before It could traverse tbe I such Favorite pnifeeelonUaadunenMat Prescription' bu received a Dr,la Pierce&b. 12 . . .. . 8 00 Copper Distilled and Jug $1' 6.1 I
2,500 distance of Its own length !1 Qualified reoonmeDdatkin of each of on Its W Pints. . .p. . 12 VI Queen City . .. t 'HI I ,
; This calculationnowa tbat tbe globe I i aeve/al. Insredlent*by scores of leading medl- DOURJmr.HunDI South: . :J gin' r '
YELLOWSTONE : : : : : : : : :: : :
firmly In tbe pal DIeD of all the schools of prartlc Is Rye . . 8 'j'l
U" a 'filiation of J.500 On main line of Souther. nal ,n1. Through rests pretty place assigned such an endonement not worthy of jrout Bottle . . . . . "$ 1 60 Hurdle Rye, Special . ? . 4! HO ,
'l p"fI from Excellent trout fishing In the to It by nature and boW difficult cmwlderatloa? Cave( . . . . . . 13: 00 Overbolt, . . . . .' 4 W x ::1
e0L: Jackaonvlllr, Ha., direct. electric would be tbe task suggested! by tbe i jwrest | OLD utmn-Elpr. Collect.Iloh Hill . ... 4 (tIC) i.j,
s'A g' aln streams riding and driving, and a hotel that Is mode mathematician. ,, |M A booklet of IncrMllrnt. with nnroerocs Bottled In bond by 1, e U. H. (Gov'm't Planter . . I." f> O ;,

\lion ', Otl .evator, and a cuisine and service that pleases This sec'We It I* krown what happens when a ntborftUv prol' by lit* I 1 Full Qiart . . . ,9 1 3i Old Itoone . ... .... IV ,,.l v r' 1,1.
A > tern North Carolina la I- ...ouncfld the SWITZERLAND OFMERICA. rapidly running train come to a sad leading medical autborttlee of this rountrj J2"\ .. . . '. . . 1J:J (W) ,VVillUm 1'tlrateSeal. .... .. . II "t t. R ';
!: address len standstill We are thrown for I will be mailed frt \o any use sending name '
For rat..,"TeaenatloD', etc, ward In tbe direction of lu motion. '' nod add race with naneet for auo, AddicnDr. -SEND' US A TRIAL ORDER- :;" I'
It V. Pier e, Baffal .V.' Y
J I WM. HEWITT, Manager Hotel Gates, HEXDZRSONVILLE, K. C. The .!.p!_ r* ulf wfluld follow the f.u4 1



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MiN +Flt+f 4 +fMM 4+ 1MMMMMMMMM> ************************** ORDER OF EASTERN STAR. FAREWELL SERMON:

WRITE FOR U4TILLUe1TBATI O GIFT-GIVING GOODS 1*< Installation Of OfllC'.erK. On last Sunday evening, at the Titusville John R. Walker & 0o1TILL

Presbyterian church Rev. L. T.
)' wr. At the Fourth Annual Session of the
Diamonds Clocks, lobe preached' bit farewell sermon, a* ,
Watches, iry r Cut Glass, above Order, held at Daytona on April I his season of six months expired: that .
Rings I'm ;, Silver Tea Sets 21 and 21; loOlu() a long report of which DEPAUTMKNT STORK-
evening. o
Zj HllverFlatwareT was published In tbe EAST' COAST
ChelO. ., Toilet Articles After the sermon, a class of right Infants
Fobs, ? wr y'0 ADVOCATE:, the following officers were CARRIES A FULL LINE OF!
Lockets tj Hand Painted were baptized, and then Mrs. E. A.
Installed Grand Marshal Mary E. I
ti China, J
Crosses, Morgan and daughter, Miss Annie Morgan -
Charms ( 1847 Rogers' Robblna.. of Tltusvllle: .
: were admitted to membership in the Dry:
Olothi.c.g Good.s
Buckle;, +_+_:_=_ _l f Plateil ware. Mrs.: Jeanne'Ue ui.- Grether, grand ,
Bracelets and 1 I J church by letters from the Congregational f
L.d-' / j V J440AI matron Jacksonville."
all kinds of Halt riaokl.lvn church of Melbourne. Shoes. Gent Furnishings Etc. 'We
Notions, Millinery, represent i vw,
r rle *ifiOIllus. Geo. M. Robbins, grand pA'lron, Titus Df|
Dine Jewelry ,'.j size J vllle. Mr. lobe made a very Interesting; talk largest and best Tailor-Made Clothing: Douse In America
just before church closed, stating that
Mrs. Orpha D. Bruce, asssoclate grand
this( was Ms last service here, as be
YJEWELERS matron, Tampa. : : t'-lre7:
would leave, next day for his home at .
Henry W. Davis associate grand
lIVKKHMITHa. T pa. Kan. and thanked the membersfor
Caney, ,
and Office Furniture of all Kinds and
troD St. House Description .
Augustine. *
41 West St. JACKSONVILLE FLA.Satisfactory .
( Bay the evidences of friendship and goodwill ;
Guaranteed. VV'* Piepay. all Forwarding Charges. jj Arthur II. Carter, grand secretary, that bad been extended to him on

3- ********************** ********************* Holly Mrs.Hill. Weeks every hand during Ills stay here, and : 3ardware: : ,
Mary S. grand treasurer,
,,- after the services all the members went
-- --- -- -- ----- ---- -------- --- fensacoU.Mrb. .
forward and, thanking him for his services A Full Line of Heavy and Shelf Hardware Ship Chandlery. Hunters 8upp I..

Robbins & Graham Co. DEATH OF ANDREW RICE.On Cora R. Franz, gland conduct wished him goodbye and apleas Everything needed by the Fisherman.Oroceries '

ress, Jacksonville, ant journey to his home.

(iDOorporated.) Sunday, April 20th, when It was Mrs. Mary E. Robbins. associate grAndconductreA',1'ltuavllle. 1 Upon Mr.lobe's arrival Tltusvllle, In : 0

PAID UP CAPITAL $25,000.00 known by our citizen. that: Andrew Rice, November last, be found the church In a ,

the oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Rice, Mrs. Margaret L. Campbell, grand bad i condition, and had to re-organlxe It, A Full and Complete Stock of Staple and Fancy Groceries To
This company owns chaplain Melbourne,
of Tltusvllle was critically, there wasa ordain two elders and have fine trustees
3LiA.. 3ST :ID S. feeling of deep regret In every heart, Mrs Martha H. Carter, grand mar. elected.

r tbe Indian RI vet Country; On the St. but when his young spirit took Its light( shal Mrs., 11011,11111.Mary E.) Fowler, grand Adah, During his pastorate here be has admitted Send:! your order and have all your needs filled at once. A trial will

Tuesday night at 11 o'clock, and be passed fourteen persons to membership vince you of the great saving both In money and trouble made by ordcrln 1.50
Lode River at New River and 'ensacola.[ .
; on Bay ,;5
beyond the help of earthly hajds, 00 confession of faith, and two by letter, your merchandise from THE DEPARTMENT STORE
1 Blscayne Prices to suit the time. these was a gloom; cast over the entire Mrs. Jennie Head, grand Ruth; Key and has baptized ten adults and eight! 2.00
West" I
Send for Land List community. for Andrew was a bright Mrs. Mary A. Masters, grand'Esther, children. He organized a Ladles' Aid .N..NN.N1N.N1Nt ..1t N..1t Nt'N.NN.N.N. ,en )
Offices' at Tltusvllle and Miami. Fie.t boy.a favorite among his young schoolmates Society, which has been doing good work, b1
Miami. i H. G. UTLET,General Manager. Da E. It. BLAK EWOOD,RegistereI ;' ,) Prujgl'li
and friends, and his manly I ways laving bad tliechurch building repaired- cent
Nellie Reed grand Martha Bus-
Mrs. ,
and polite manner always won the admiration -
S and expect to have it painted outside, rfoueo

I East Coast Meat Market of his elders. Is.Mrs. and re-plastered and generally fixed up '
Carrie F. Conrad, grand Elects, I
For several day. Andrew had not been inside, before services begins In the fall TITUSVILLE PHARMACY

G. F, DUREN Agent quite himself, but when asked by his DeLand. This[ contemplated work will take a good r.
Mrs. Mary McCarthy grand warder,
parents the cause of his languid manner, joy
Js. \ deal of money and the ladles of the Aid
k E6, ho pas..rd It b/ lightly and gave them to Jew Smyrna. will have to give some sales, entertain i (Successors to the Bed Cross Pharmacy) r. 1
C'D c:> Mrs E. Morris Savage, grand sentinel, ,
understand he bad bad cold. He
W y only a ments eta, during the summer, In orderto oJa<
y .t. tw L7"ia :: kept up his achoo duties until Friday, Eusils. raise the necessary funds, a. the work TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA
5>> Mrs Annie Heath grand organist r. A
c::>> when his mother became uneasy about already done has about depleted the
>> Holly Hill -\ Complete Stock of- c ia1, '
him and called a physician, who, upon treasury.
5l The next annual session! of the Brand nG
examination, pronounced his symptom At Rockledge, Itev, lobe baptized and
those of and
lcE as tetanus, began heroic admitted to membership one person, amID M
Star, will be held at Jacksonville on tbe
treatment. of more than eighty summers, and FI*.
C'D consultation bird Wednesday la April, 1000{ due 0-prescitptons! Filled with the "
Sunday a of physicianswas hey have nearly $3o C'DTITusviLLE. held and the end notice of which will be published In the Utmost Care and
to Promptltude.
np very everything a new churcbj and work will soon com. J
done .
possible was to restore mence on the same.

p FLORIDA.'N him to health and relieve his sufferings, In all, Rev. lobe has bad a very sueessful WE WANT TOUR TRADE. CITE US A TRIAL ORDER, oBo

.. but to no avail, for God In Ills Infinite SOCIETY, ,season, and has done much omnlub,1
5 love deemed It wise to take him'from good; and the members of the Presby- MIN.N.NN.N. NN.NIN.N.NNNNt N.NNN i
midst and with the Great An especially low rate has been ae- last :
ra our Physicians tartan burch are loath to see- him depart -
he In his childish Innocence has cared for all members to attend the h>r- trip,
but the time of his engagement Is
entered the gates of heaven loultural meeting' at Gainesville on the np, and the expense of repairs to the Titusvill Lumber CoARE JisslUf I

Andrew Ulggason Rice was born August 2tb, Uth, 14th and 15th of( May. A rate Lurch building at TItuavllle, and the < ,
2nd 1004 and died of one fare plus 21 cents for tbe roundtrip
28th DOS
a April erection of a new edifice at Rockledge, diyn
( has been granted by the Atlantis
hence be was In his 14th year, and, with make It Inadvisable, from a financial NOW SELLING Hlis IUr
w +( his parents had lived In Tltusvllle\ the Coast Line, Seaboard. Air Line and the standpoint to try to keep a minister here asv

4 44". r 4Q1LQ quarter part of his short life. Florida East Coast. This will enable during the summer. \ tlrrow

Wednesday afternoon at 30'010clr. at very one to reaoh Gainesville at a very

the Methodist church, tbe funeral services low cost. LUMBER on
were conducted by Rev. F. P. Me- Gainesville Is the site of tbe State Unlerslty ANNUAL COMMENCEMENT I, MllM .

Call, pastor of this church, assisted by and also the Florida EXERCISES.

Kev. W. W McCoid, of Jackson, Ga., In I Station and everyone I. Interested In AT THE FOLLOWING PKIC 1 1r

the presence of at least two hundred these Institutions Dr. Sledd has prom. The third annual commencement ex- Iner

friends who came to pay their last respect. lied a very pleasant afternoon to all.tbe rolses of the Tltusvllle Grammar school Framing, dressed four sides .'. . .'. . . . t!1' \

,, ROY MoCall's words were comforting members. and hi rl.C. J. Denbam'. music class took B. Flooring, Celling and Siding . . . . . . . 21 adbe

6 12FU aio + and'brief, and bis tributes to the Any one can get the benefit of these place at the Opera house, last night, belore No 1, Common Flooring, Celling and Siding . . . . 1 r, In '

5 M departed child, a member of bis Sunday educed rates and all courtesies extended a packed) house-hardly standing No. 2, Common Flooring, Ceiling and biding . . . . 1 Ice w,

school, were fitting./ The muslo by the to tbe members of the society by re room. Door and Window' Casing and Finishing Material, dressed four sides. 2

fcJ iP choir of young ladles was sweetly rendered mitting $1.00 to the secretary and secure The affair throughout was a credit to Sheathing dressed one tide . .. . . . . . . I CLOatC
Ton will\ not make mistake
a by
log; the above brand of Whiskey-It try.Is and the solo sang by Mrs C. Janus ng a membership certificate. The reportof he teachers and scholars; but as our F. O. B, CARS TITUSVILLE, FLA.- PROMPT SHIPMEN ,

the grandest tor tbe money Donba m entitled "Simply to Thy the society 1 Is alooe'worth 1.00, and time I for going to press Is 7:30: on Friday r, any

HANNE BROS., Cross I Cling," melted every eye to tears, IOU get all the rest as clear profit. The mornings, we regret we cannot find time D. H. SPELL DR. J. C. SPELL Reglsred Pbarm hat

Jacksonville, Florida. so touching was her manner Ul11el. now getting short so send In t(o mention this creditable entertainment Id"ew,

Complete Price List for the Asking. The following six little boys, Edwin your 1.00 at once and get your certlfl- at length. The programme, however, :Banner Store. er, a

Collins, Loland Loaley, Eddie Enrlght, ate of membership. A irell E, 0; will be found on our bib page. Drug ng mGr

Roy Osbau, Joe Battle and J, D. Crabb alnter, Secretary, Jacksonville, Fla. We may, however, say that the farces, TITUSVILLE, ,FLOK1DA. AUel. ,

chums and schoolmates of the deceased, Tlnevllle Baby dhow," "Red Riding I,

tenderly bore the body from the house DEM. EX. COMMITTEE Hood" and thelSalutatory{ by Miss Jean Toilet Articles Perfumery, Stationery, Et< tfr. \\

to tbe church and followed It to the -' nette Norwood, and the Valedictory by of Ir

grave[ in Tltusvllle cemetery, where The Democratic Executive Committee Mice Marlon Gruber, were well received SODA WATERS and ICE CREAM. a pie

Messrs 11'. N. Hitchcock, Frank Skill, of Brevard Bounty met In the C<.urt- 1J1> the audience; and tbe musical, part of > :
jr, a
i Ed. Knox W. E. Same, Fred Black andJ. house In Tltusvllle at 8 o'clock a. m., the programme did credit to Mrs. Den- i

a M.. Osban, members of Tltusvllle April 2'), when the following were pres ham and her mUlloclaal.Superintendent .PURE FRESH DRUGS. togs 1 1S f
TRADEMARK Camp, No. HI, W. O. W., of which the cut: W. H. Sharps, chairman; E. A. M. J. K. Walker, who .

HIRSIIBERG HOLLANDER A; GO'S deceased's father la a member, completedthe Stewart, secretary; M. S. Sams, J. presented the diplomas made a speech Mall orders promptly filled. Will order anything we have not In Stock

r Stag brand VARNISH WOOD STAINS, duties of the pallbearers and laid the and 0. F. Daren. hat was to the point, and he received ,rw w.<

Quick Drying, Elastic and Lasting little body to rest beneath a bank, of The secretary was authorized to pre- hearty applause. EAU1to
Coloring! to represent any natural wood, lovely lowers, as these tributes were pare all election blanks and tickets E. mi. :ee..A.J:: ::) c. $:R0. too
and Varnishing at same application. --- --
r Can not by excelled. many and beautiful expressing: love for Tbe tickets are to ,be printed In two CHURCH NOTICES. how

ONE GALLON MAKES TWO. the departed" one and deep sympathyfor parallel columns, the names of candle GROCERIES GRAIN AND HAY, AND ALL FOOD PRODOC
:. For sale byRONALD A; FISKE, the bereaved dates for :National and State offices In >
.,. Irtlay
Cocoa, Fla. The funeral was In charge of Undertaker column No.1. and the candidates 'for BAPTIST CIIDKCH. We handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agents for MAPES FERTILIZI
t We deal exclusively: the above line of of all con ,
; goods and solicit the trade
district and offices column No Rev. Wm. Stones will
of Cocoa county preach on Sunday
Illndle assisted by Undertaker Write .
-TJlE- era. us for prices on Grain and all Groceries, delivered at your station.E. days t
.1 V Frosoher, of Tltusvllle. 2. In precincts :No. 2, 3 and S the names next, at LaGrange at 11 a.m.; and L. BRADY A BRO TITUSVILLE, FLA. ore, 1

<. TWO BEST SPARK PLUGS Among the out-of-town relative who, of candidates for county commissionersare at Tltusvllle at 7.30: p. m._ Conn

attended the funeral Mrs. Faberof to be printed so as to show the
OY TIlE MAUKKT. 11A.x: :: .: Q-OOD1'tI.A.N: : IJmrnel'
.t.ra el.oo.I City Point; Mr. and Mrs. W. to'. Jlbb names of the candidates for the respeo- Sunday school at 3 p. m., In charge of lUjI;

and daughter Resale of Daytona; Mr. the County Commissioner" districts with J. A. Beggs. Prayer meeting every Wednesday TITUSVILLE Next: toF.E.C.R.depot. ,_ "LORIDA. ek7to-
r I and Mrs. Wra. Bindle, of Coooa. Mrs. he note above: Voters wilt\ be compiled
evening at 710.:; The pastor, -Making a Specialty of- !
. D. Newcomb Btoi, of Arcadia, an aunt to vote for County Commssloners
I Rev F. P. McCall, will be at Osteen Saturday
II I of the deceased arrived on the night for the commissioner district la which and Sunday at Quarterly Confer. FrCHb JFVuitf .iid CnlldicH, Mr E

train after the funeral. they reside." ooe. Rev John B. Ley, of Jacksonllle CiA"nr rind Cold Drinl, 'ting at,
,1 The committee then Oed Kortisalt!
adJOIa! to meetat
will lecture
M on Monday at
evening, Try LAGER BREW-a Non-Alcoholio Deer I, !
1:10:: m. on May 21: to canvass the
2 CARD OF THANKS. p. 710: o'clock, on "Head Him, Right." Be SANFORD BREAD CAKES AND PIEs-always fresh. light'
returns o' the first primary.SCHOQL ,
., 0xJ Through the columns of the ADVO- sure and come. Entrance free. Your patronage solicited. Satisfaction guaranteed. "the

a: OATS we wish to thanks and
:' express our EPISCOPAL CHURCH. -- '7" hisliters{
C a za .. deep appreciation to our friends and ,1 There will be no services In St. Ga ,
neighbors for their acts of kindness TITUSVIILIt7IaIVTsii: : .Y STAn
: 0 a many briel's church on Sunday May 3. The ''hroitjDr
ar =: and help, ami words of sympathy, The Tltusvllle High School closes to- dean will officiate In Eau Gallie at 10:30 0.-1')
day after a most successful and sallsfac- I
0 In our Ute sorrow-the death of our son tory, term and the teachers will be leave a. m., and la Melbourne at 7:30p. m. FEED AND SALE I SADDLE HOR
? MR. AND Mits. S. E. RICK: log for their homes" In a day or so. The : The Rev Mr. Cresson Is on a brief vaca- 1
I If"
t ...STABLES..
prlnoldal, Prof. S. J. Overstroet will return lon, recuperating from very arduous BUGGIES,

K, OF P. MEETING. to his Georgia home, Miss Whitacre spring work In care of his BAGGAGE SUB Ot
orange !groveand
f" will go to Melbourne, Fla., Miss Teeterto don. |
1B1 Rex Fla., Min Miller to Melbournefor crop, so the heroic work be finds TkavlAd,
I Indian River Lodi Ko 103 KnightsOf a visit before going to her home at time to do In officiating on Sundays once, TRANSFER, aDd TURSOm

. BEOORDIIACER---- Pythias held an Interesting meeting; !St. Petersburg, and Miss Mendel to ber and often twice, In widely separated r ,
home In West Tltusvllle All of these ETC An
their lodge. Masonic
at room in the hall communities.A .
NopaiklnK to tinker with. Abnolntoly 0.M teachers have
acquitted themselves well
55 Tight Long !trolled '.perl,1C ]Jolnl.perrolOtilt. Tltusvllle, on Monday evening, when the
and made friend of
Ouartntoatl for one year warm both pupil '
MONARCH rank of Page was conferred upon Mr B. and parents during their stay In Titusllle Cnllforniau' Luck. 3. M.: : Olabetx J

Mid Ui meet the demand for a Dollar\ 1'liiK. W O bao. and they will be warmly welcomed TITUSVILLEIn rear of Ro bln.' Law' Office- FLOE

Fetter.r.iiu than>.....any *1 DO plug sold. tUUnfiictmu.EU At I tbe next meeting to be held on on their return. I bought"Tbe luckiest box day, of of my life was when _h _____ __ __ ail kl"vI

Male with Double linprortct;:: Mica IntuUtlun. Monday evening, May l lththe, rank of Halve," writes Charles Bucklen's F. Budabn Arnica of ,
No take\ l I. used la the ooniitruetlimHpwlkl BASEBALL MATCH. INDIAN FACTORY :w, athare.
I) scrap"| Discounts to. th*Trade." Esquire will be conferred upon several Tracey, California "Two :J5c boxes RIVER ICE
candidates. cured me of an annoying case of Itching i
q between
t" RONALD & FISKE, A march the boy team of plies, which had troubled me for years TJTTJSVILLE, FLA.

f:. STATE AGENTS. FOR ALL KINDS OK! JOB PRINTING Coooa and Tltusville took place at lltusvllle and that yielded to no other treatment." I Is prepared to furnish Ice In any quantity-Sacked or loose. Special t*, 'ord'
Cocoa Fla. on Saturday last, and resulted lahe Sold( under
guarantee at the Tltusvllle paid sacking for Yachts or for motto>
",. If jrout dealer Uo. not baudl them,send to u. remember the ADvoCATe office.' defeat of Tltnsvllle by 8 to 14. 'barmacy. family use. Fair dealing my J
I,;; A. S. PIATT, Proprietor.

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