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East Coast advocate
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Title: East Coast advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: April 24, 1903
Publication Date: -1891
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Succeeded by: Indian River advocate

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LOCAL NEWS Pineapple offer to men with small FOR GOOD, FRESH GROCERIES AND -Mr.: and Mrs W. Hindle, of Cocoa, EASTERN STAR MEETING. AMONG THE HOTELS.The .
capital. Look sha ply for W. W. Luce' Vegetables, at the lowest. prices, trW. arrived In town yesterday

ad. on page 8. E. Goldsmith Titusvllle.Mrs \ .
nd Topics of General Interest. -Mr. T. S. Sanders, of Indlanola, wa On Tuesday'\ evening there was a rogi' ) ADVOCATR Is on file every week

Judge; 1S.. Jones, who been holding Jer' me Feaster and baby returned In town yesterday, en route to Daytona.A lar meeting of Friendship Chapter No. at American Club, pavans

ADVOCATE court at DeLand, returned home the here, Wednesday< from their visit 11, Order of Eastern: /Star: at their Chap
TOE largo of expected The ADVOCATE I file at all
contingent people are Is now on
first of the week.
with Mrs. .1. O'Brien at St. Augustine tei- room, Indian River hotel I, Tttusvllle
advance ,
In .
,1.50 per annum, In town next week, It being (.Ir the best hotels In New York city
'100 six months, SEE E. A. WADDELL, MIAMI, MAN -Mrs. E. J. Blair, manajrortss.of the cult Court week. There was large attendance of members -
countries. Mrs H. I K. Wilson occupying the Where to stop) In Tltusville\ See TI-
of Cutler
agor If
an. to foreign estate. want to Wig-Warn Merritt here
you / passed through
,
$2.00 per
buy choice bits of real -The dance at the Opera house, las chair as worthy matron. After discussIng tusvllle\ hotel ad on our 7th page.
for the ADVO- estate. Wednesday on her to Now York
subscribe way .
Bffhon you attended nnd various matters for the good of the
night was .
largely
everybody
ITS by the year, it does not cost you -Miss Aleph Minis has been a little for the summer. bad a good time. Chapter, reading of the minutes, etc, Whore to stop along the East Coast.

ts per week, postage Included.reeten Indisposed for the past few days, but we -Our down-ilver: readers are reminded !Miss. Catherine Sims: of Courtvnay, who See list of hotels on pages 4 and 7.

date of expiration printed upon are glad to note that she Is Improving. that the ADVOCATE: still does all kinds -Tax Assessor J. Woolen, of Cocoa had previously been balloted. for, was The Boston branch ofllce of thin EAST

lur paper or wrapper every week. This A. V. Smith of Job Piloting, and all we ask Is a share was in town on Monday and Tuos brought forward to be regularly. lnltl.it COAMP AnvouArn Is At 401( Atlantic
No need -Attorney of Jackson and then loft for Shiloh.
for money. day, .
receipt your of your patronage.Mr. ed into the m "tellcR of this noble Older "venue.
ville, was called to Grant on Wednesday
nato send receipt for subscription Messrs., M, S. Sams and F. A. Losley :\1 lies I Stunts passed through the olden
It to upon matters connected with the F. -! I). W. Monroe, who accompanied Visitors to Jacksonville are advised to
date glvee you. left here to attend the meetIng with commendable pride, aiulreoelvoithe
e yesterday
,
Is on E. C. By.Miss. his wife to Lake! City, returnedto stop at those hotels whoso ads are on
TUB EAST COAST ADVOOATK of the Cjmmandory at Daytona hearty congratulations of the other
news-stands at five Catherine Sam of Titusville yesterday. Mrs. Monroe member of the our 7th page
Big at the following\ one Courte- ; Chapter.
ntA per copy : nay's popular young ladies, was In town will be away about a month. County Judge A. D. Penney expectsto The Chapter room was boantlfullydocora'ed The Clarendon Inn, Seabreeze, under

flhtevllle-\ 'B. R. Wilson & Son. from Tuesday until Wednesday, as the Messrs.. /. M. Otban & Bro, Tltus- move his family Into the Decker, cottage for the occasion, and the Indie .Hie management of Mr. C. H. Knappo,
I lackmmville-Duval! hotel. guest; of Mrs. Julius Kline. While heie vllle's Hveiymeii, have purchased a eton next to the Bule-Wllson residence, looked chat'mtng In their exquisite\ robe will lumuiii open all\ the summer Write

,' News stand, Union depot she, had the honor of been initiated Into Palm 1I1"lOet. .eolith of Mr. Geo. M. on May let of otlice and Jewels. for summer. rates at this cosy, up-to-date

the Order of the Eastern: Star, whose Hobbins' uflici, where they will\ build a -MHH| Emma Wrluht will be married At the cloning of the Clu'pterollITNI, hostelry on the ocean bench

Reading notice ads. are ten cents Chapter: met In the Masonic Lodge.roomof stable. to Mr. It K, Brown at the Episcops sandwiched, milk tea blocults, olo., Manager O. D. Suavey of the Magno
T the Indian River hotel Tlttisville church next were mipi'llfil nd libitum and all spent i ,
on Wednesday l
ritusvllle on us
Ir'ine on this page. -Dr. Mnuvon, the great medicineman lia Spilngs hotel, fr'la., and the Aspln-
Tuesday evening.On at 12 o'clock and Archdeaoou B. F. very social, and unjoyuble evening
T01 WANT TO BUY A HOME, A who has been spending the winteron knot.A wall, Lenox, Mans., was In Boston a few
will the .
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?Glove, Pineapple Plantation or VeiretaI Saturday last, Mr. C. II. Nanm Munyon's Island, Lake Worth was a days last week, before going to Lenoxto

table Farm see E. A. Waddell, Miami. m, of the Ilaulover, took his daughter paHsrugnr on Wednesday's train, en routeto regular communication of Indian COMPETATIVE DRILL. prepmio his palatial hotel for the com
to :St. Augustine to undergo medical Philadelphia. River Lodge No. DO) F. A. A. M., will beheld log opening.
I Congressman Capehart, of Virginia, treatment bv Dr S. (i. and his In the lodge In the rndlanmv..r
Worley -toom
In 260) acres of hammock -The Titusvllle\ Freemasons will have On Friday morning last, the1 pupils! of Manager Joseph 1'. Greaves, of Hotel
iiircliased medical brethren. Miss Nauman has hotel. Titusvllle this (Friday
)
from the Tlffln es- ano'her banquet at the Indian River Titusvllle )High School held a rompotii Alonzar, St. Augustine/ not only known
iiul at Courtenay, been ill for time attendance Is desired,
some ands she did evening. A full !
hotel on Friday evening May 8th. Bra live drill to determine the rank of each m n good) hotel titan, but he now bears
|te. not get any better, he thought It best to Masons should make a note of this, and Judge M. S. Jones has been enjoy. "f the four companies Major F M. in excellent reputation as a yachtsman.!

-Irs. E. P. Porcher and family\ of take her to the hospital, where we un- not fall to be at the Lodge-room that Inir !a rust !at his Klondike orange grove: Taylor, who has been Instructing mll- Nonbelievers are referred to Major Mo-

Iwoa, after! pleasant visit with MrM derstand she is getting; along as well as evening. tbls week. He will return here tomorrow Itary faction and dillllng the different Lain, of !St.: Augustine

D. A. Blodgett. at Daytona, can be expected.Mrs. for three four weeks made
Mm ; Saturday, and on Monday will open companies or ,
Chas. A. Crolghton of Hotel
|turned home on Monday.Mr. M. A. Sprague, one of our valued AGENTS Either sex. Big the Spring Term of Clicuit Court at TI. out a programme of orders covering lie lolonnmlus Manager Cieabreezo with his wife
line of new specialties, offering large ,
handed )
I movements. was
Thlo'llrlljtrl\mme
F. W. Yates and family who had New York subscribers, accompaniedby returns. Quick sellers. Catalogue; and tnsvllle. .. mil daughter, have been visiting Mrs.Jrelghtoo's .
her !Miss Edna : to the captain .f each company, as
the winter! Hobe Sound, charming daughter, advertisements mother at her
ran upending circulate tree. Address, Lewes Racy I When answering the warn called out to dilll orange; Ilroyeneal'
.iMed here Saturday, en route who have been on n pleasant trip to 'Fort would company Ovelo) Mr Is
through confer
Novelty Co., Dinsmore, Fla. In these columns, you a Mr. George !M. Robbins Prof. J. D. Crolghton studying
their borne In Rochester N. Y. Monroe, Richmond, Roanoke, Lynchburg the how to for while.
the advt. In
p Favor by tying you saw grow oranges; a
and other places-Including the -Vf rs. J. R. Anthony, a former resident Teeter and Major F. 1\(. Taylor acted as
IRUIT AND VEGETABLE LANDS EAST COAST ADVOCATE. By so doing' [ of the drill and they decided that Mr.( S.' IT Peck of Hotel
Natural Bridge, caverns, etc.,-will Boor of Titusville, but now of West Palm judges manager
I for Bale Improved and unimproved return to their New York home, 1851 Beach, passed through here, Tuesday, on you will receive better attention from each company should retain IU present riots! Kockledge, was a passenger on

I laod Pi Ices to suit alt parties. Call Seventh avenue. The above ladies have her way to Klsslmmee, to attend a meet the advertisers rank.A Wednesday's northbound train, en routeto

I write E. A. Waddell, Miami, Fla. spent many winters on the East Coast of Ing of th* State Woman's Christian Temperance Attorney A, J. Lewis, one of West few of the patrons the school Petnskey, Mich., whore' he has goneto

-Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Snider, who have I Floiida, where they are always gladly Union. Pdlm Beach's prominent residents, who were present to see the drill, and were get In readiness for the o| ening hi*
welcomed by numerous friends. came up to Titusvllle! Wednesday, expects much pleased with It. Another test flue summer hotel, the Arlington. '
their bean-
the winter at
o upending -Mr. J. E. Farmer, one of the F. E. .
to return home to-morrow. lU r.Lewis' drill Is planned for this (Frida)) morn.I
lul Ilobe Sound residence train were pass-! r TO CLO THING AND DRY ..4Q; C. Railway freight conductors, who was friend are always pleased I log, when we hope to,seo many patrous The Clarendon Inn. Seabreere! under
Ken on Wednesday's on their GOODS MERCHANTS -For In town a day or so this week, said his many resent. the management Mr. C. II. Knappe,
ay to Cincinnati. Rent a I'lne, Corner Brick wife was In the hospital, where she had to: see him In town. > I. still open and doing a fairly good bus-

Courteoav was represented, yesteriv Store in Tltu vl\lf'l.\ the county uudeigonu: an operation for appendicitis -Mr. Chat. M. Cos, who spent the ncdo. This house will remain open all

at the Indian Rivet hotel by Mr. town of 15invuid, on Indian Mrs. Farmei's Tit usvllle friends are winter, at Eden, Is now at T.alliltlJburlCh, FIRE AT OSTRICH FARM the suminer, when special rates will be

I I. S. Same, Tom Sams, Julian Hams, F. River. Suitable\ for clothing, pleased to team she Is now out of dan.Iel' Upper Troy, N. Y but says he has imde. Bathing. In the ocesn Is much In-

", LaKoche, Mrs. F. W. LH Hoc lit), Miss gents: furnishings, dry goods, and on the load to mcovery. She msnv tliii's winded himself back In good/ About 10 o'clock on Tuesday rooming lu tied' In.

I. C. LitRoche, Mice| K. D. LaKoche, etc. Rate chance for a good: will probably leave M. Augustine for Tltusville old Fludda out of the cold.'\ Mr. Chas thane was considerable excitement at the Col. W. O. Wlnnns, a former assistant.

'. F LaRoche. up-to-date business man on as soon aa she is well enough. says that next year he will not go north ostrich Farm, In Jxuksonvllle, caused by 'imnager! / of the Indian River hotel, Tlnnvllle -

the East Coast. Immediate Minuet Bertha and Adele Trower, until ,)uno. a lie that destroyed the large Incubator ( ; but latterly of the Seminole ho- ,

nd-Miss St ne, one of the most popular possession. Full particularsof formerly of Jack-onvlllo'but now rtisld. -Mr, and Mrs. D. A. Blodgett and where the ostriches are hatchetIIIIUtho lei, Went Palm !Beach, has gone to Jack-

ill lnsome leave young ladies h..me at. Seabreeze Altoo-, Ueo. M. Robnlns, Tltusville\ Ing in England, will visit the United family left Dnytooa on Wednesday for Jacksonville Metropolis. The lire ,,on-1 lie, whore'he will take charge of

Pa noon much for her near of! her pr Fla. States In July, and will be met, In New .Atlanta, (la, where they will spend a was due to. the explosion. of the lamp lintel Aragon this summer, during the

a erous, ,friends. to Of the\late regret this young ladyu nu- -Mr. John T. Stanley, the big soap York by theiraunta.. Mrs. D. A. filodgett, week before leaving for their summer used In the Incubator, and the tl\,lines, absence of the lessee, Mr. Gerald.
of Grand Mich. and Mrs. K P. home at Grand Rapids MIch.II.A; IP'end no rapidly that 200 egg nnd nilntroim '
Rapid ,
been enjoying' the sea bathing and manufacturer of NewYoik, v.nsa passenger Manager; Arthur L. Marsh, of nutel.
thin*;, which are so good at Seabreeze.Mr on Friday's southbound train, en Purcberof Cocoa. The above popular Adi Ian i'orclier, of Cocoa, accompanied. chicks, which had just hatched, Indian River, Kockledge, accompanied

route to Jensen. to see after the gathering Doting ladles lelt Jacksonville for England her aunt, ors Hlodgett, to Atlanta and were destroyed.F. by his wife" family, and I Mrs. Marsh's
Hoffman Allan Is still at the packing and shipping of his large several I years ago, and their many Giand Rapids.Mr. B. Cornell, the manager of the farm, mother, were passengers on Saturday's
larendon Inn Seabreeze! with his wife. Mends would like them In was so Herloiisly burned that two doctnis. .
[ to
again see
pineapple crop. from his extensive plan Chas.:\ F. Naethlng, one of the northbound train, en route to St. Aug-
Ms,
leis summoned to alleviate sutlerngs. -
at bls old game-hauling In many tation. Mr. :Stanley will not return to Florida.Mr.. largest restaurant owneis in New York were II lit In... Mr. l'tfanh.,111 soon leave for
b from E. 1 Davis a colored attache of
< and
the ,
and Mr.
Ire Allan expect pier to leave bridge.on the 11th of New York until all his pineapples are C. I 8 J Beadle and his wife, Dr. 'city, who had been down among the the farm, In rescuing. Cornell also sus- Vatcli Hill, It. I., to open III. summer
will probably not be until -
ay for New York via steamer hhipped which Helen A. Beadle, prominent residents of Florida. keys on board the houseboat tamed painful Injuries by the Humus.\ otel.
Clyde
the latter part of August. l\I rR. Stan Sault: St. Marie Mich, who have hee.n lose !Marie, for several weeks, after that loss. to the farm hotels the East C
Blanche'' but they will as usual re- The win a heavy one The following along
Indian River when the
ley Is expected on In I. O. Walton's furn- noted king of fishes the tarpon, stepped
lire< to Rockledge about January. tenants Captain an much was expected from the looilbivor Coast are now open: The LaGrange/: at
weather gets a little warmer. )shed In South Titusvllle\ duringthe off the train at Tltusvtlle, on Wednos
.11
cottage and young chicks are not only valu- Vest Palm Beach; AI Fresco hotel, Jenen -, ,
-Visa Annie Hudson, sister of Mrs.W -For a month to come the passengerson past five weeks, left here, W.d 0011- day, to have a few minutes' chat with able, but provo a great attraction for the ; Indian River hotel, Titusvllle; The'laromlon

, Carroll, of Tltusville, who has been the Florida East Coast Railway will day, for Hot Spring, Va., where they his friends. Mr. Naethlna was looking arm. Inn Seabreeze; Alcazar, St.

iting her mother, In. Gainesville(\ for miss the familiar face of Mr. If. E. Bug- will\ stay for awhile before going home as brown as a Seminole Indian, and ald Augustine; The Windsor, Duvnl and

he past month or so, returned to Titus- bee. For that length; of time !Mr. Uug.I We hope to see them In Tltusville next he had had fine sport with tarpon and Vestmoreland, Jacksonville AUVOCATH

lleonSunday, Miss Jennie White, of bee has discarded his ticket punch and winter. Capt. Walton's cottage Is now nber gamey fish. In Dade and Monroe CHURCH NOTICES readers will, please make a note tfl this. .
edar Key, a niece of Dr. Carroll, ao- I donning his overalls, will pull the bell I for rent. counties. The hnnse-boat, Rose Marie! ,
I of J. M. Larllo Mr. John Anderson, one of the mana-
impanied Miss Hudson on her return, of 10 command Captain oNew
cord over the backs of a pair army Notwithstanding the fact that: the Rov. N. I. M. Bogert will preach In the'liusvllle
ad will spend some time here with her his to the York, Is on her return from Mian I ICe I'. of Hotel Ormond, returned home on
Hole's lanilly. mules as he carries potatoes summer season Is on, there Is still considerable to Titusvllle. Presbyterian church every atutduy. tram a visit to some of his old
station. Mr. B UK bee has twenty-one travel southward over the rail Monday: evening at 7'il:: >io'clock. Also at friends( In Luke Worth. lie expects to

'-Take note of the new ad. of the acres of as fine Irish potatoes as were way. A larga number tourists. health Sheriff J. I'. Brown has been employ- It.ckledgsevery Sunday morning. (eave about the 1st of May, to get In I
l ''ton Tackle Block Co.,'' ou our 7thtareodilniibuaineasafewpmonthhas ever grown; in the State at his farm in and recreation hunters went south' this lug his detective skill agtlo thin week" eadlnesit for the summer season the

only 1I1U1tI nlt Hn obtained a month's; furlough (Tuesday) morning, which goes to show lie funnel some tags that bed been cut Archdeacon service li. F. Brown evening will hold In Divine St.- two palatial hotels In Ihe White Moun-

( e, It is l and will remain on his place until hat many realize the fact that the East' from clothing in chit turpentine camp on Filday talus, N. II., managed by Messrs. Ander-
Fort Pierce at 'JJIIo'clock :
Andrew' church :
sting'< a nourishing\ business in Koston. the crop Is harvested.-The Record. Coast hold. out attractions that are H* south of ritnnvllle and l upon investlgaLion son A Price.Mr. .
nil neighborhood and irieslstlblo, \ In April traced them to S. F. Travis &: Co'sstore ; and on Sunday, the 20th! In All
So far, the biggest of Miami; was a seductive a*
-Sheriff Frohock, W"v..lalld. Jensen lllro 1 :)<
church at
""w of Hints John S. Russell who held the I IJIOKIII.IO
four
There were pairs ,
lent In bv any one firm for these southbound train, they are Incomparable In the winter sea Cocou.
wen, Belf-locklag tackle blocks, was passenger on Monday's named Trot- son. Some of the most delightful weaher trousers worth (1.1)0 each, sod had been a. m Also, at Eden Tlbbals at ,<:::111> p. of night clerk at Hotel Ilreak- .

!hat of the Western Union Telegraph and had Trotman in custody l Is said a negro to be rather Inclined of the entire year Is th .t during the stolen. from the counter In the front of 01., Sunday. era, I'Htm Beach, the pat, winter, Is ooupylng .

ompany, of New, York, whu ordered man. towards the pernicious habit of present year.-St.: Augustine Record. Travis' store while the clerks were busy the position of chief clerk at I,
''v iI of with other Sheriff Brown lIullderw. the Copley :Square hotel, Boston, during
pairs blocks, which they will use belong customers. : Notice to Contractor and -
hands j
his property )
dew, placing upon Is the absence of Mr. John Skelton who
York and suburbs for has evidence that the culprit a negro; ,
stretching in
Is
he
and now
I ins, ing to other people" with breakingand (Jlud 'Flyers. who will also have to answer to the has !gone on a few weeks' vacation

"durance vile, charged without permission charge of breaking and entering In the No doubt' Mr. RIIIIIl misses\ those balmy ,

float Wanted of entering the occupants.premises No doubt Trot Sewing Machines f:J.SO to M5: Oil south part of the county. Travis fc Co. Sealed bids will he received by the un- breezes blown In from the Gulf stream.

Is a believer In the division of otherpeople' Galvanized Oil Cans; Water I'alls. recovered their gods.Uraylug.. erslgnecj to be presented to the Board 'I
man but by the time the Clothes Wringers tJ.23 to $1: M). or I'ubllo I tint'motion of Hritvard county, CROP REPORTS.
Good
' hull\ twenty-live to thirty feet Dade property jury, ;gets through with him, Gasoline Stoves $:.1.1)0 and $3.00, at a specl.il meeting to be held lit Tans. f

'i'e ng / thereabouts sailboat might do. will county be wiser If not sadder man. 10 Clece Porcelain Chamber Sets $:'i.25 villa, 'la., on Frld.i. morning May 21)th) ,
he a
full JeHcriptlon, exact length, beam, Furniture, Shoes: Dry Goods. UK)( ), for the following service: Tile Weekly Crop Bulletin of the V. S. '
ralt'l age. 'construction and condition In OCALA LAUNDRY-Basket will\ leave GARDNER Tltusville Fla. Dray)ng or hauling It..1\\ I lode prompt. 1st..IJ1t1on and. painting Titusvllle Department of Agriculture says!
letter, together with lowest cash every Tuesday Your patronage solic C. A, : ly attended to. Mo.,w all trains. Htovewood school bul'dlng.Ud. Kden: -Rain helped crops very much;

W O. W. PrjIinT ited. Ralph Halle, Agent. supplied. :! Interior finish and painting of cool weather set pineapples back connldrubly. j

Ilobe Sound, Fla. To Musician K. R. PYLES, Tltu vllle. Cocoa srliool. building. Malahsr-orangestlrupplogfew|
:'Id. Interior. finish of Fort Pierce velvet beans failed to germinate for want
'Wagons for Sale.I A baritone horn for sale, nearly new; school building. of rain. Uoynton-LI lit rains benefit. I

Kuckledge, Indian River, coat $:aj.OO( ; will sell for $I2.0O. Can be 1'ackcri. Wanted. 4th. Erection of school building No. ed pineapples; tomatoes are improving; !

now have on hand !a large stock of een, It the store of :2, at Sebastian. cool,weather retarded ripening. Jupiter
IIae oar "f the most attractive and best ;2.Inch tire and 3.Inch tire one-horse wag J. R. WAI.KKB&: Co., T'wo experienced pineapple packers to 6th. Krectlon of school building/ No. -High west winds and cool nights r..>

'ncked tore along the East Coast of ons that can be delivered at once. Titusvllle! Fla. start about May 15th. !State: wages and 3, at Jen..en. arding growth of fruits and delaying

lodda.: You can find everything you R. E. MIMS ., give reference. Apply ton fith Erection of school building No. p4nlngof tomatoes. West Palm Beach

Si."n! this|! St0re- All kind of fine grop Titusvllle, Fla. A Good Investment. F. Wir.LEH, Jensen, Fla. 3, at Eden and Tlbbals. -Rain needed on high lands; good con-
Work to begin as soon after award an Illon* for tomatoes on low land.; plne-
a" \" westernpaid be apples, doing well. Jensen-Dean season
and each contract Muter
f to the needs Land For Sale. The Walton Helf-LockIng:! Block Co., Cam Hyrnn For Sale. practicable,
well
citrus tree looking
yachtsmen pineapples
over ;
and cruising parties. r Inlnbed by the 17th day of August; Incase ;
capitalized for $100,01)0 I
,
UF.o. N. HATCH Grant Boston, Just of failure, a forfeit of ten dollarsper very fine; pineapple shipping will
,
Prdp. Hanson
,
12,000 acres of the baa a few more shares for sale at par- In I and 5 gal
Barton Ave. Rockledge.Dade with Florida Fine cane syrup put ap day will be deducted from the contractor commence by May l.t.Accordion .
River this block
: fronilolt St. Lucle $:25 the share. Patents on are lon while hot and hermetically seal- the
cans for each day completion
Railroad running through It. all the world, and at ) ,
secured over pre
East Coast ed at the mills.. As good as syrup just that date The
he delayed beyond \
County choice sent they are being sold only In the New may I'laltlng,
IaiMl For Sale. A property.C. made. Write for price Board reserving the right to reject anyor
IH'CKMA.Y, England states, but will soon branch out TOWKIIA PI.AMTATIOJT.
Pora Jacksonville, Fla. Into other states. The profit will be WillTK: : Fla. all bids. Any width up to 4S Inches. Agents
,
Hastings
ttonth.a8t r It. cheap the northeast quarter large, so now Is your time to Invest, be- l7apl Plans, specifications and detailed wanted Clara F. Rich, Xil: : W. Uuval

'PtiK. quarter of section 3, town- fore all the shares axe told. drawings covering each does" of service St., Jacksonville, Fla. ISm;
j : Woadlsf range 41 east; close to Horses for Sale. From 15 to 20 per cent Interest per For Hale. are deposited tor the convenience of

;Lncle pineapple plantauon. onKan..1" gentle workor annum l J. promised by this company. Idders. an follows: of Are You Going North 7
liver; 40 acre If you want some good, block be seen at the Thebestcnmblnatlonplneappleorangend Tltnsvllle, J.o.r.: Dixon, Chairman
Also A sample may
northeast quarter of north- saddle horses, now Is the time to buy office Tltnsvllle Fla. vegetable property on the lower Board; Cocoa, 1C. N Andrew, Member
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bath tf r of section 18, township 38, bert. The tourist i season Is nearly of over very' ADVOCATE Full particulars, of East Coast. Will pay handsome Income of School Board; Fort Pierce, A. C. Ditt- from Get Jacksonville your tickets' to over New the York.Cljf a Line,

t. range; 41 e ton south fork of and these horses wlll.be disposed CAPT. J. O WAITO.I. thUyear. For particular address mar. School Supervisor. i
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Lac1e WALTON Allror.'J'Uunllllt .
write to ,
tfiver; 40 acres Apply to heap. For particulars 404, Atlantic Ave., Witr. I* FMASTZ, R. E. MIVM, CnAI.II.
Fla5. ,
CHAS. H. WAI/TOW, O* *Smyrna*. UUHwffNew : Fla. Boston M.... Anlcona, Brevard Co., Fla. Secretary and Superintendent./ ,

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In the main levee are often prIvate out' than to'Gaul If lebhe", profit r y .. GENERAL-DIRECTORY.

constructed by plantation own flood.
levees by a V.
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'IE1fptefAR ers or by towns, and sometimes one During the season' of high water the 8. Chllhl., .. ...JLANo.... .OKIK. tH. .
fsd will find places which resemble a fortress lovers ore carefully and constantly I W. O. K.il>lnsnn,... :: >:...,..i..
u. with n series of earthworks.. guarded. Hundred of policemen I Iarml,1 UlHce mt Qainenvlllp. n I,, ,, 1'' "'

It is difficult to estimate the cost ot with rifles march along Ube I J.P.'rallarerru.U...8.. .SENATOR.
I the Misslsslppilevees by reason of the crown of the levee watching every a s;.' I 8. H. Mallory.... .'." .I 'or' -:,m
DgTFf( fact that the work has !been done by 110 foot of It to prevent Its being tampered I U. 8. COQBE8HMt.\: a.a

different Interests and paid for with. No: 'person not authorized or t : Robert W. Davis?... .. ..
many 8. M. Sparkuian.... ... ... ''>">
out of no many different funds. Horn who cannot give a satisfactory accountof Win! K. Lamar,......... ... w
ten years ago It was estimated by goo bin purpose' Is permitted to ap- : FLORIDA >(","11
_ lowland! In banning. about: :; : LEUIS1.A |lt;
eminent engineers that the p rOil cit. If lie persists ; ( !0. N. Dimlck, Palm Beach;
could! be protected from the delta to the levee or lu caught in the act of : W. H.Jones, Tltugville,.... Were?.'10 qty ni
f Cairo at a cost of .10.000,000/ for construction UamiiRlnir It, he In. promptly hot and EXECUTIVE DEI'ARTM, r.
and for afterword. Wm. B. .lennlnira,. .. .
$2,000,000 a
year tried It. Clay Crawford .. ...... .. a.., .., '"vm'
.maintenance.: Between these point A gnu rd patrulllng the levee noticed W V. Know ... .... .. .. ro' "V/Si: I
Inner side of s James H. Whltfleld.. ,, .."
there are 1.775 miles of levees. The slight leakage on the Vu "',.\01.
aI a ;
W. N. Sliest. ... .. .".Bnpt. I-iii u,. ::"*
levees uro now controlled and policed the embankment The crown of the H. E.IHcLlii .,. ... Coininl.|"ii, r In.tnum, :
by the Mississippi river commission levee "sounds" beneath his feet. I'res- Alonno C. (Croom.... .. .. ,'J'lcu"
,tk J. Clliror.I K. KiMter.. .. .. InuIum/: ,
treated by act of congress In 1870. small stream spurts from the \ A.lj IInbeo(;
ently a .1 .lohoBradford,.. ... .. ... .
These levees are mere banks of earth Inner wull. He knows the sign. The i 1 R.E. Russ. ... ........ .. .?.. Sueir.a Stair f'bo"
thrown up several hundred feet trout crawflxh have undermined tbe levee, ,Oafcee at Tallahas.ee Fn Ila

the river at low water, the low watermark and one bus worked through, makinga 1 SUPREME: COURT JI'lJmM;

being the zero or datum from small tunnel scarcely an Inch' In diameter F.M.n.1E.C.arter.Mabry........... .. ..... AUOt'late, titer i" inn'
which the rise of the river Is markedup through which the water bus IS. F.Taylor.... ......... .. .... .11101?
to the danger line, which representsthe followed from the neat In the middle RAILROAD COMMISSIONERS

point beyond which more water I of the embankment. Inn case like thin .Teffawon 11. Browne, clialnuun..
LEVEES OF MISSISSIPPI would destroy life and property.In expediency In tho thing. Quick work ? R. Huilnon Burr.... .. ." i I.IttlRi Key"
J.M.Bryan..., .... ... .
building. a levee a trench Is dug may save tbe levee. An hour's neglect 77 K.O. Dunn, clerk. '.. .... Klin M,.,..,
three or four feet deep and about 100 may result In a crevasse, through -r Headquarters.. and office at'rallahaeae, ri
Imprisoning the Father of Wa- feet wide, and on this earth Is bl'opeduutll which the III sl nlppl will pour in n CIRCUIT COUHT

a continuous ridge Is formed lOCI raging torrent. Minor S.JoneeTltn.ville.. .. rlnintJm,
ters Within Earthen Walls. Fibroid Tumors Cured. J. i). BeKH" Orlandn,. ..rnwermllt| | .IIlon
with which break In
feet wide at the base, 23; feet high and The rapidity a BprlnjjcTerm-Fourth Mimila) in April.
the levee' becomes a crevasse is one of Fall rorm-Fourth Monday In Ninrubet
25 feet wide at the crown.< The earth
:: : crushes down Into a compact mass, and j time terrible features of a Mississippi A distressing case of Fibroid Tumor BREVARD COliMY ("(.I'RT
flood. When the guard has discovered A.D.Penney........ ...... .. COllnlvJII,'
FLOOD the surface Is held by Itermuda grass D. L.Oaulden,....... .. .. .J>rooecuthlJl Anon
On tho top of the levee there Is usually that u crawfish has bored through the which baffled'the skill of Boston doctors. A. A. 8tew.rt........ .... .. r""nllll:
] levee, he first sees a spurt of water Spring Term-Second Mnnilaj in, May
in It* RankTIio Work of Coat'Irucllnif '. a all wagon that protects road. This limo earthen plantations wall and la such as comes from a leak in a fire Mrs. Hayes, of Boston, Mass., in Bummer Fall Term Term-Second-Herond Monday Mnmfm In NutrinVicr' In AIIBUI',

nail MalnlalmlnjrMile 101'00 hose or a break In a lead pipe in Winter Term-Second Monday In Fehnu
the towns along the lower MIIIlsIIJppltrom !!
of Ilmbanknirnl. the terrific force of time water at the following letter tells how she was COUNTY SCHOOL 11OA1U
R. E. Mine Supertntendent,. lli
>ncntt
(Special Correspondence. flood tide. cured after else failed Memberi J. M. Dixon.cbalrmltn,Tltiuvl
Memphis Tena., April 0.-Tho lato From season to season weak spots : everything by R. N.Andrews, Cooo; J. E tultz.Hpruivbln,

'I MI' lHHtpiil loodx( which( Have Inun develop In the levee from various COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
E. Pinkham's
dated largo arena of bottom land both causes, and for tho purpose of promptly Lydia Vegetable Compound. T. R. 'Valker, chairman Titunvllle. lulin
repairing theMe the United !Statesgovernment :: Mlot Indlanola; R. A. Conklinir, Tlllnmn J,
abovo and below thin city driving
O. Jones, / j J. F. Hell White City. Rem;
many people from their lioinfH, do- keeps a number of patrol Mrs. IIuyeH First Letter Appealing to 3IrA. Piiikliam for Help : sessions are Iietdhint{ Monday in earn nmntoBUEVARD

afros 1ag much property and costing boats on the river which carry sup PEAR MRS. PINKI-TAM: -I have been under Boston doctors' treatment COUNTY OFFICKRS.:

several lives, ronwakon Intercut In the plies. The boats are ve/y powerful I for a long time without any relief. They tell Die I have a fibroid li.A. .D.., Gmudan Penney. ,,Tltunvllle Tltunvllle;.;.. .. e"1I1Jilt Pros At!

daring attempt of wan to Imprison the mil nro equipped( with pile drivers and II tumor. I, cannot sit down without great pain, and the soreness extendsup A. A. Stewart Tltusvllle. .. 'Count)'Uc

Father of Waters between great purth. large crews of laborers. They are unler my spine. I have bearing-down pains both back and front. My abdomen J.E.r.W.WoolenCocoa Hull Tltnsvllle.\ .......... ..... Tax Tax rnw.Aimw, ,
en walla. the direction of United tales en- is swollen, and I have had flowing spells for three years. My appetite John Henry, TltuBvflle,..... Traaaut
Few people outnlilt' the lower JIUIsslppl glnoer olllcers stationed In this city i Is not good. I cannot walk or be on my feet for any length of time. It. E, Mini. Bnnaventure. .. Hupt I 11th. li
J. O. Fries, TTiinvllle
valley rcallzu the nuiKiiltinl and at Vicksburg and New Orleans. The symptoms of Fibroid Tumor given in your little book accurately J.l..lJro..lI..l'l. tI.vllle.. .... Coinny. Survei Aim;
of the task nor the neccHHlty of hold. llreuks In tho levees are of two describe my case, so I write to you for lul vlCe. -(Signed) Mrs. W, 8. Norwooil Tltimvllle..iHtratlonOltU' ,

Ine: In check a Krent Htrenm at flood clnilx-the sudden giving WilY of a Hod- rrTHSCENE E. F. HATES: 252; Dudley St.:' (lioxbury) Boston, Mass. TITJSVILLETOWN>: ('OI'Xeli.
tide varying In width from half a mile den bank, turned to mud by the grudml O. A. Frnot,mayor; Van Worli murslul a
slope of the water, and the slow Note the result of Mrs. Pinkham's advice-al. tax mill .rtnrR. I K.!: Jim Is, jr., clerk end tn
to a mile and a half, from 80 to 150 urer; John Henry, tax -.Hex.nr, .1. R Walk
t' feet deep, its volume swollen MO that mt Insidious mining of crawfish! the though she advised Mrs. Hayes, of Boston, to take 10.. A. Mornu.ii, L. A.Krady I'J Hull,,<1 J.

',' the stages. mark forty feet above low !Cr'nlt'llt'IlenlY the levee' has because AT MEMPHIS DYEING FLOOD. her medicine-which she knew would help her- Tarrnttiers arst'fuersiayIn..ch counci linen month The round) m.,
It Is impossible" to combat them.
plumbing. lIe knows the significanceof her letter contained a mass of additional instructions TITUSV1I.LK BOARD OF TRAHEQ. .
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There Is always a certain amount of M. RnliMns, president, .1. M hale ,.. tn
.R/sPPtNe seepage going on "In the earthworks, this and Is not deceived at Its small 8.5.to. treatment, all of which helped to bring' urer J. (I. Ifaot secretary. Meet w, mlnuiHlay \I
ni>88. lIe rushes for help because he nlJbt'n each month at their mum.
of levee la
and If the Interior the opent
about the result.
knows that In five minutes the leak happy FREE AND ACCEPTED: JIASUNS,,
begins to cave, and the shill gives!!
I wuy. 'fbo' tremendous pressure of the will be twice greater, In a half hour "DKAB Mns. l'JNKIIA\f-: Sometime ago I wrote to you (describ the Indian sccotiil River and Ledge fourth' Friday No.(HI,.hold evening 1I111'.11t'of.e.

rushing waters limtantly curries the will be the size of a mill race and that ing my symptoms and asked your advice. You replied, and I followedall month at their loilge room, Indian lilirrhntatTMO '
after it will be crevasse, with directions and I : o'clock |> .... J. L.CaimtUeir, W. >
Il ; walls away, ,.11I111'tbe river rushes shortly a your carefully, to-day am a well woman. F.A, ]Morgan, Seu'v.
M.'(at ttti ( tot through. Nothing can withstand the time: full might of the Mississippi poqr-\ The use of Lydia K. IMiikhum's Vegetable Compound entirely, ORDER OF EASTERN STAR.

load If It gets beyond the Initiatory InA'thronghlt. expelled; the tumor and strengthened, my whole system. I can* walk FrleniUhlp Chapter No. 11, holds Its teeth"
Should this occur and the waters be In the Miutonlo Lodge room. Tltnsville, on t
and force that
break. no man can turned loose'on their errand of destruction Ljdla 13. lMiikham'8 Vegetable is worth five (101l first Tuesday tn each month ai-3.aiio'clnvk: p.nand
readily apply can close the gap until Coiiiixtiuiil the third Tuesday in each niontli at 7
enormous amount of damage bus among the plantations the l lars; a'drop. I advise all women who are afflicted with tumors or o'clock p.m. The. "\lDwlnlf are the omen

t 1 ; 1 a 1 '3r IDCAAWF7M an been done Some of the earlier' builders scene Is one never to be forgotten. female trouble of any kind to gin j it a faithful trial."-(Signed) MKS.\ the Mr.; loduv J. I.;. Onrruthers 1M.... H. R., worthy W limp'rationl, worth\!\h.mamma r K.

left large tree stumps In the earth With a roar like Niagara the river E. F. HAYEK, 25-2 Dudley St., (Koxbury) Boston, Mass. Stewart, ABSO. Matron; Mrs. AI A. Hcriingnn'
!Secretary' Mr J. M. IIxonTreaeurer, Milultua
9f which the levee 1 lit co mpoled. These rushes. upon the weakened bank. It Diottnttdusofgoldcould not purchase nm-li tl!'Ithuuny-or take .Kline" Conductremij' ; MlHs/niHlle8te.
gradually; rot and louve a hole which goes with a rush. Now ten feet of the place of the health and happiness which Lydia 1':. IMnkhum'a A.so, ( oiui'n.; Mr (hen. W.foIo'lhp.A.fa.)11. l>
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r. I. rarnither. Kuthl Mrs 'co M Rolibli'sthers
eghm, to rave, and the seepage tlnIsIlI'1I bank goes swirling away In mud. In a Vegetable Compound; brought to Mrs. Iluyou. ; Mr... F. A, "'rll.n.I Manila tile UiiMlniH
destruction. minute the gap Is doubled In width. In \Klecra: ; Mrs John R \\nlhcr Uinli
work of
' the Such testimony should be accepted by all women ..
TUNNED convincing .
dWwrISH as Mr 1'.4.. M.rrKBii ('h".lulll.| Mrs 1' 'r a.
another It is trebled! and so on until It
, 1olO'-4 The conflicting interests of the plant evidence that Lydia J:. IMiiklmnrs Vegetable Compound; stands more, SenMnel ; Mr. I has. H. Walton Manlu
I ers- along the banks of tho river urea lit a hundred feet wide, and'the tre without a i>eer as a remedy for all the distressing ills of women ; all

menace! to the Integrity of the levee. mentions pressure' of the waters is re- ovarian troubles! ; tumors ; inflammations ; ulceration falling and displacements Sonic Special Offer
lieved.
Naturally every planter would< rathersee ,of the womb; backache ; irregular suppressed or painful
DIAGRAM SHOWING HOW LEVEE DliOKKN u break occur below than above The necessity! therefore, for prompt menstruati 'n. Surely the volume and character of the testimonial let

water and the great torrent moving ilm. If It oecifrs below, his riverrontage and effective work as soon as the first tens we are uaily printing in the newspapers can leave no room for doubt. The Florida Fruit and Truck Grow

grandly at a speed of Ore or six mllex !Is at once relieved of theirenmtre ndlcutlon of a break are observed la Mrs. Hayes at her above address will gladly: answer1 any letters the new monthly Journal, devoted e-pr
of the water and If Ills levee apparent If widespread destruction is which sick ally to the iuteleatsiii: I lie li.nil' and veet
an hour, twice the usunl'velocity of the women may write' for fuller information about her illness.
to bo averted. ",t>U (zrowei of the blithe, Is |'uhllslu
b weak In It Her Mrs.(
treum. happens to any spot gratitude to rinkham and Lydia E. IMnkhum's Vegetable
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at Ooala at 91 "yeltr.Injlle! copies|
HARVEY L. MOORE. ,
That the efforts to confine the water may be saved by a break below and _- Compound is so genuine and heartfelt that she thinks no trouble is too For a limited time a six month tn
of this mighty river within Its bunks not only his plantation, but the livesof llerbine Curen. great for her to take in return for her health and happiness. IlIbflel'hlIf.n will h*. ,nnr to Dew tlbllfr,

D are not always successful la evidencedby himself and the members of his Fever and Ague. A dose will usually Truly is it said that. it is Lydia K. JMiiklium's Vegetable Compound era' for 25 cents. Or both the Fruit ai'

the widespread duvustatlotm which umlly, be 11I'1'1 le hove resulted from the floods of thin of temptation In times of stress that Mrs. Wro. M. Stroud, M1dlothiss'I'es get thin when some druggist wants to soil you something else. Union for *1 2.\: -Orwlih' the Thrice
and makes men sometimes tit) fur forgetheniHelven Week World of N. w' Yui k, bon h one ie
prevIous yellra.Vhlle the stress all, May; 31, 1801), writes : "We have ; produeethenrtainarlettersandsignaturesot
upon the controlling barriers In only as to cause a levee to be used Herblna to our tamlly for eight lr500flFORFEITifw.esnnedforthwith their al>..>lUi.gendnatereLydln or.l.2.'i.:!;
felt In the flood season when the Mis- undermined.Another I years, and found It the best medicine we rinkhum I'l .II..lne Co.. Lynn Maw .y'V L. J. DRUM BY, Pub. Ocala Fla

iHslppfg normal waters are augmentrd source .of danger/: comes have ever used, for la grippe, bilious fe .
# a hundredfold by the spring freshet roin the lumbermeu the swamps ver' and! malaria." AOo at li. U. Wilson I ,

+ of Its numerous tributaries', the lit- back of the lovee. It Is manifestly' A; Son. Cd Official Supply House of The Illinois Fishermen' j\8ool.itlon.

most care and almost ceaseless labor Leaner for thl":.! to float their limber"Phu 1.0 1 r

are required all the year round to keep The scientists' state that the grip rir The Chicago Net and Twine Co.
these barrier In repair against tint mlcrolM. Is only sixteen omMlioumindthx, -

time when the snow and Ice I Imprisoned of nn Inch In length Hut that doesn't Manufacturers of- >

waters of the further north art itTonl any conU'ort for the person who I

1 let loose by the returning sun and come ins the dUcnne In view of the fact that xro'i r H r '<
rushing madly down toward the In
sea
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I' the average man Is about five and one- i -
a wild!, relentless and! resistless torrent.From o
half feet In It'tigfli.. his. body S3t
; representing i
Cairo to the gulf the :MlsnUwlp.pi z4Qp 2. '
flows through U flat land generally about l'..;((1(1 cubic Inches and 1/1 ; I'! iI ;2 f.

at a mean level above that of the sur tllt'l..tOn"plblp of holding about IKfJ.8llU !.. : ;: (1)0Is C fid_ I M>

rounding country. Along the left or grip'DlI rou"M. 1 >
east bank there are bluffs here and Si'a M

i' there, with lowland between that An Ohio arms purchased a cemetery ;; n M
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have to be protected but on the west lot nod a tombstone arranged with an > 02 J c: i I FISHING NETS and Netting of Every De crlptlon ,J

J' aide of the river the land lies low and undertaker bury him and then com ea Dealers In Seine t wine, Maitre Cord Rope, "Etc. ;r.

at places really falls away, so that you Yi You/ nlttod milclde This was much more : 0U CDr Originators of Wholesale Prices direct to the Fishermen.

have to go up hill to get to the river. houshtfiil; and conxldciitte! than the uJj 79-81-8.1: E. Indiana St., .. Chlc"u HI-
Originally the Mississippi formed its I ..Mention The ADVOCATE in letter...
t ivernin milcldc. who usually. Ores' away >> your _
own bunks with mUll which It washed SCI'J
up and! depoHlted and wasn't at all particular Think and leaves his. friends to clean up the -= g"a We are Members' of the Illinois Fluhermnn'n AmmcUHtm.

where those banks were, changing menu. _________ ) i: ;;. .n -
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them at will to suit Us fancy, The Of the periodic pain which many women TO CUUK!: A COLD IN ONE DAY ------- -- ---- .-- -- -- ------ -- ----

+ aboriginal dwellers In the valley didn't experience with every month it makes fake Laxative: Itromo Quinine Tablets. Q) oi mil a. 0 CHAS S L1VM CO
tib wind this much, since they could push the gentleness and kindness always associated All druggists' refund the money If It falls c ...... ,. l
.t their canoes across tho stream at one with womanhood seem to be to cure. E. W. Grove's signature Is on rfibI l Q.be 517. a stew. Ray st., JACKSONVILLE. '. FLA.
almost miracle. While in
t1 place ns well as another and It wasn't a general no each box. 'J5cU.: eJc
woman rebels against what she regards
very Important whether lie en -5
anyway
natural G
there is
}..J Kot: across or nut. Nor was It material as who a would not necessity gladly be free no from woman this Appendicitis insurance risks:" are now : ii = I

to' tbe reti man whether one section of recurringxrill of juiin. aken by underwriters, but people who : >'ji ja F a FULL Fug-
the valley or another or the whole of It Doctor Ilerce's Favorite Trvjcrlption have appendicitis! are usually well ( < '

was covered with water. But when makes weak women strong anti sick enough off nut to be obliged to bother a ;>

'. a the white man begun to settle lu the women well, and Rives them freedom about Insurance. J 'J'b 1
from dIMa.... EXPRESS
It establishes
regularity,
JllsHlislppi' valley and cultivate! Its .: fi' EXPRESS
i dries weakening! drains, heals Inllninmn-
the CD i
PaEVAI
deep rich
red alluvial soil It
speedily
lou and ulceration and cures female So long America's cup continues t PREPAID a
became apparent that something must weakness to secure visits to this country If c
bo done to keep the erratic and changeful
Sick women are invited to consult Dr.
from welcome
so a guest as Sir Thomas -
river within bound Ko for a century Pierce by letter, frtf. All correspondence I $420 trLL1
the building of levees has gone on strictly private and sacredly confileutial. ; Upton we could not think of parting

until now earthworks have been Write without fear and withoutfee with It. liiii '< '
' It thrown up against the spring Invasion to Dr. R. "'. Fierce, Buffalo, N. Y. Save the
LovetlOnc8!
.t the waters all the way from Cairo Mn. T. Dolan. of Ma, >lrid. Prrkina Co, Ntbr., . a'r

to the delta, a distance of about 1,.'>OO writes.NIw.a of 1>T. m'krce's curelofrindprdodabytheuse ; Kavorltw I'rracripfion, sad Mrs.'Mary A. Vllet, Newcastle, Colo., i iY
miles. his Compound Uxtract$ of Htnart-XVvcU. I thiak writes: "! believe Itallard's Horehound t 4
I>r, Ptcrcc'a medicine( the bent in the world Syrup Is superior to other cough rt
Time levees have been built partly by I'uvorite Prescription baa the testimony medicine, and will do all any that is claimed 8 ii' t I r
the federal government- partly by tIle of thousands of women to its for It, and it is so pleasant to take. My : Qty
abutlluj states, but chiefly by the plantiitloa complete cure of womanly diseases. Do little girl wants to take it when she has Jf g $ IP 12
owners adjacent to the river, not accept an unknown and unproved 110 need for It." BalUrd'a Horehound Syrup I .. 1 00
+ k who formed levee dlitrlcf, with boards substitute in its liver i* the great cure for all pulmonary .9.1 a 00
empowered to levy taxes for the work The sluggish made attire by the ailments. 23c, boo and tl.OO at II. R. I I IJ
6If. ItSUSusWaliftWUlateaanc4.Wlth- use of Dr. Fierce' Pleasant relict.. Wilson fc; Sow 4 1,1
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Cards. Application for Tax I> .
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Venezuela and Castro. Dr. Wiley's Rxprrliuvuts: In Kent. \ I ) 4

UaTing received his fcvote of confl- Just Inert-line lu IoiiestlcTrisds Over1lorkvenkcns \
Under Beo. 8, Chap. 48W, Laws of w hilt has h.ippeueU: during font ;

NOTICE Jl'lS ''iVOIVKN:; THAT Florida.JOHN dence" from the Venezuelan govern within the closely ;UII'tlt'l1lol'tal14\ ot If domestic commerce may be taken Your Kidneys. ,I,\ i 1 '' .

late il&,". Jlur'lmnorof 10 4tll! of Tax l'erttlh'ae' No, 67. ment. President Cnstro remains at the the "borax t oiirdng! bonne" which I)rWiley tin the Kauge of prosperity we mny In-
ATTOBXEY Hied. N kl certiH.'nte day July A. 1) lls. hits helm for the In the little f..r from Home !figures/ furnished' by the
In my ortlue. anti IIM iim. ,je present of tln AT-LAW. allIo..t.on for tax cJ..d to 1.0118111 ,
tr"III1I1I'J'lIr'nll\ of statistics that Weare
accordance South American republic. Whether ,
wit) I..w. Bald cerllilca e mnliriu-m, Hie Home months MKO; lu \VanliIngtou ',

ornctioe In State and failed States Ing. rto..rlh"dI'POIert.. ,sltnnttHl" Inllr"varrJ tollowi conn4 -. there wns good reason for n test' of his Is a mutter' of aouio speculation ..tllliu the era of good times withno All the blood In your body passes through :\ ,, t
will\ ) Lot a. your kidneys once three minutes. ",4 .
every
.Jr.hVp of the tide turning lu the ,
Court. 3. T 2'J B Kkwraa strength; In that way Is a question. But i It stands to ivimon that there must proxncct The kidneys are a
.
office at TITUBVII.I., FLA.. orsucli" >.el"K.B.5r.rtllleate"?1.1 In at the the nnttetf"-.. of the Th".lore 1".IIan"e'rltn" that the congress nrteil wisely In declining hate' IIt'4'11II01"f' or lee difficulty\ any opposite direction. 7i, blood purifiers they your filter ..I' "

1mm555 ..Id cerufI..ate .liiill I h" 1..I08l11od- to accept the resignation sooais! of the ""boarder l>el -
-- R..oor'lIl1f.' to law tax 01..1 wIll loalle thereou Oil Just Issued, shows goneritliwpnovemueht Impurities In the blood. .
a
certain. The main point Is to .
A. ). lisO. carryout deiiomtnattonx' [ witch demandforty
L. JAULDEN, Witness'r.. f01l,\ l i : If they are sick or out .
'
8lBnBtlr9 In domestic trade
D. 27th d..v of Mcmi. ,. A. I).; 1H03.(! Clot l peal this the the arrangements! to which the tiny nbxteutlon from Uosh\ foodtt. movements I '( of order, they fall to do 1

ATTORNET-AT-LAW; [,'t. lc) H0ul] A. A. BTl;W'Am*. country under President Castro's l leadership The ,'condition of experlnu-ut required over conditions at the corresponding '. their work. i
Clerk Circuit Court of Brovard 1 County, Fla. date last ,'nr. In live .stock
In now committed and thus bring that all the )'OUIIIlIllt'U wlio' volunteered Patnsacheandrheo- ",
of
Courts the State
Win!) practice Hi all the the republic Into full communication In movements of wheat and Hour In matism come from excess '
United State Court to serve their country ns gnstrouomtc .
the
anil Application of
KlorW for Tax Deed urlo acid in the
rt movements of corn nnd In trainc on the
with the outside world.
n.>.. -as. TirusviiXK,. FCA. agaIn An1'change patriots should be kept on tho ,game! blood due to neglected I
l.lI In Interruption of that great' lakes tho figures showing pretteutconditions kidney trouble.
or program i diet except" that half of their number\
IJnclpr Sue. 8 ot .
Chap. """II. J.awa ot Florida
WKBB, Notice IK heroliv !given that John W. Mont- I me would be undesirable. partook of possibly\ deleterious preservatives Indicate n decided advanceover heart Kidney beats trouble and ) causes quick unsteady i JP$

r.J. '' mirch.wer of Tax fertlMcate '0. Venezuela' wiis therefore wise In those of tho corresponding date makes one feel 1 as though!
along with their three meals'
2:11I: datc tile 211d day of July. A. l>. IJMHI. they had heart trouble because the heart Is
ATTORXEY-AT-LAW, has tiled, ....III oertlflcate in my ollloi., and has not swapping horses'' while crossing the a day. lust 1't'ar.l.'of over-working In pumping thick kidney-

Will practice In the Courts of the 7th oonlance iiiailn application with l..w.for SUM tn,* oertllloat.ilcml to .embrac'esi stream even though Castro may not Now. If Home Innlsteil on Imvng| fish Instance', in live stock tho traUlc poisoned blood through veins and arteries.

Circuit. Taxes paid for non-residents tile following: lltH1orihr1! \ ; 1"l'erty situated' In' possess, all the statesmanlike qualities and eggs! while the others went' oneutlng operations at five western' centers It used to be considered that only urinary
v county. to-Wit: E. in nfFMt'Kl'iVi81 troubles were to be traced to the
and accounts oolleoted.TrrU8VIl.LE acres amounted during February to 4,1Mt'itrM. kidneys
and rents that could be desired In the presidentof
Twn"hll"th.I : Kansas the "beef\ anti inuttou pork andpotatoes" but now modern science that
fLi? l 'andhelnn a.oooao.1. at the .Iate having advanced from 41,387 cars. proves nearly
FLORIDA. ,,
: a self governing state. all constitutional
diseases
IM.nan08 of slick oertllloatu In the no one would care a fig for have their beginning .
ot shall J.! 'V' \'!""fC niery. Unless said oertiilcme mine While Castro Is accused of being the deductions made from their physical In February 1002, and 41,033 cars inFebruary In kidney trouble.

PENNEY be reilixniied according/ to law. tax loetl 1001. For the two months I I.( you are sick you can make no mistake
D. will something of adventurer and beIIp'd '
thereot an
lBD? on the 2n.r day of May. A. D. condition. If, for Instance, John first
A. IlIOa tnB" lnv (III..lal 8'!' nnture and seal! ending with February this year 00,202 by doctoring your kidneys. The mild .
be actttnled t9
this. the 2nd .Ia, of April A. D., twn.! by many to more by Doe grew fat and hearty on u mixture and Ihs extraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer's

ATTORNEY-AT-LAWy, [tlork Ct. Ct. ,8"all] A. A. STI!:WART. delllah Interests than love of country, of roast beef' borax and formalin while ('Ilrl't'ro reported compared with 88, Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy Is .

TrrMviM.it FLORIDA.Will Circuit Court, Hrevurd County Fli.rlda. It must be admitted that he conductedthe Richard Hoe lost two pounds a week 237 earn to the end of February. 1W2.\ soon realized. |It stands the highest for Its .

and 8' .407 cars for tho first two monthsof wonderful cures of the most distressing cases ,
affairs of his In thla critical -
country on marine diet without the smiillcHt
in all the courts of the 7tH
practice Application -
For Tax Deed. 1001.Receipts. and Is sold on Its merits /.
Judicial Clrc lt. emergency with no little skill and taint of the preserving' compounds the by all druggists, In fifty-*

I t'ndor. Sec 8, Chap. Laws tact. showing especial I wisdom In committing result would be nuts for the preservative of wheat at eight Interior cent and one-dollar .l2- .t ,> "./HHes. : Hi !" .
4K8R of Kla. ,
markets to the end of for the
February ,
FROST OTICF! IIEUKHY OIVKX THAT ALBERT / the Venezuela:: case to so able a makers' but It would add little of You may have a t".c"
N| S WII"oll. Cllrl't'ntII) are!' reported( ns sample bottle by mall
urcliai
G.A. |> No-,4"*. dated the 2nd day of July A. l>. amounting to 201.noi.2SS: bushels. A free also pamphlet telling you how to find
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, 1900, has filed nail oertltloat in my olli'.ie. and the results of his diplomatic The Inviolable secrecy which has out if have kidney or bladder trouble. .
you
has Jiiatle np|>1li-atlon for tax rtwii to "'M..e In ancoriliime year' ago tho receipts wrro 183,320,71:: ::! all the of the nl'gotla' tlOUd. Dr. has I Mention this when Dr. Kilmer 0
Will practice In Courts 7th with law. Suld certlttoHte euihrnrm. hedged Wlley's experiments/ paper writing
the bushels and for an equal period In 11H( >1 1a
Judicial Circuit. Hrevard following prniettv| ultimted In prevented the escape of anything like & Co., Blnghamton N. Y. &.
County Florida, tn-wit: Lot 8. ulid. of
of There
Some Interesting figures have been total 1U3.1SS.4UI bushels.
Lots :. II .
.1.4. Section
10 Towimhlp South of otllclul Information but an enterprising I
TITUSVILLK FLORIDA. Range:te .:...t. The said land. I being/ .an..eg.e.i at brought out by the counting of the has therefore' been n progressive increase '
the late of the Imiuunre RiirlicertlHcate In the Washington paper has published!
of $28(1.474.250.02( :: In the United States during these three' seasons in the
name Mm. Laura hat I (Kstnte..) Uulu... said of
an account Lenten .
developmentswhich
FREDERICK A. MORGAN, certificate snail: \ ho redeemed:: aeocirdlnir to law, subtrcMsury lu New York. In the gold volume of /grain received at these interior I .
tnx lepil will (
s M iie thereon on the llirh day" of purports to come from one of 1t.
Mar A. 1).llMia. vault where there Is than 200. centers.At '
Abstracts of Title. W/tniwH/ ,; inv nfflflal: signature and I seal, this the more the \boarders. According to till... Perry I
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE Itlth day of April A. D. 11)0.1.) 0()>OOOO of !gold coin about the sides of the civil' service cook preparedlurge R tIme north Atlantic ROUboard receipts 'i-% :

[<'t. rt. Seal] A. A. STEWART the vault rise five tiers of steel boxes: of grain.; I Including Hour reduced. p
Clork Ciruulc; Court of Hrevard County. Florida, roast of beef for dinner on Ash
*
Loans, Notary Public. ouch 18 by 21 by 24 lucheit. Innldemeasurement. to bushels. at Itoston. New York Phlhidclphla
WcdneNday.! Several I of the orthodox
Collections' Typewriting III bags contain and Iliiltlmore are' rcixirtcd an .
Stenography. Notice of cnnvus ,
Special Lcgislittioti. members 'of the household promptlydeclined BLC13RAUGUT ,, ,
TITUBVILLE FLA. ing $ ..OOl half million of coin In amounting to lti,172.ttO) ( : bimlu-ln" In Feb
It. Dr. Wiley, so tho story
----- 13 HEREBY!: OIVKVTIIAT ""I>Ll. stored behind each. In the silver rUllr)', 1IXM.( compared with IO.i U.il'ltl) I I'L
NOTICE.. will ho in tile to tile' goon urged' Ma charges to sacrifice FOR
iclHlature of
vaults either side of two alleyways \bushels In February. llHili): making ngulu
G. A. FJWT. WADK II. JONES.F "' the Stats of Florida a tin approaching, on their religious scruples In tho interests .i t'.i
,
Romilon for tin i) a pcclil ant author. forty.slx feet In length the silver coins 01t21.iO;! bushels.:
.
ROS & JONES, I/lint I the furtiaon:: telh Fifth: :Road. Dmtrict: of science but changed no one's con- cOUSTIPATION ,
01. Hrevurd. ,. county, Into a Kiiuulal In prnvemont in bugs are piled twelve\ feet high and In southern territory port receipts of .
victions. An unvaried fish diet was not
distrIct, for the
purpose of coiiHrructlnir Koodr to the end of February' this ,
eight and twelve feet lu thickness. cotton yeari
REAL STATE; AND INSURANCE ailn In Huld district and, UHiilnir ImniU, and / at all to the liking of the meat eaters I
lev)Inn taxes on the property in Raid district to There are U7.0OO bags toe\ handled a mount!e Loans and pay lor game. snhjert to vote of the peoiilu., so u compromise was finally made on I
Collections. F. M. HUDSON ANUOTHKKa.Tlbhala total of 67000000. and nearly 2.377 with H,4 which
a largely vegetarian menu sat
TrrusvitLE FLORIDA. Coiiiiiilt roe. tons.' I\.SIi.III:1(! ( ;: 1 inlcs In preceding season
Florida,March in, lfl03. lot may23 isfied\ no olle.Whetbt'1' .
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-- --- -- shownby
Similarly gratifying/ lIjurf'lIlI1'6 Constipation li
nothing more i '
EO. A. WORLEY, It la stated that this year's wheat this story is strictly true or the treasury bureau's report In other than a cjogfring of the Lowell I Iunil & Hi
Executor's ,
f
G Notice. not It Is a pretty safe guess that some- '
less than vital
acreage In Kansas l la 15 pl'r't'nt less branches of the country's Internal nothing stagnation
thing of the sort has happened during or death if not relieved r
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW\ ,
than that of lust the
year. Possibly commerce, all of which Indicates' that
:To all whom le may concern :INOTICE If every constipated sufferer $
the For Information .
(General penitential season. .1.
practice In State and Federal M HEREBY WVEV THAT SIX Kansas farmers are getting' tired of Tilde[ Sum's people arc doing n pretty could realize that ho is allowing
Courts. All business entrusted will from the date of this notice I will as to how it has affected Dr. WI.ley'll j i'
counting their money.How's thriving business with ouch other poiKonoiis filth to remain in hit ,
receive prompt attention. present uny final.cooiinu to the Honorable more or less valuable experiments he would ,
system, lOOn act relief.
A. D. 1'enney. County Judge In and for Hrevard
I General Counsel for the Tuttle Estate. County :f'af Florida, and apply fur Letter This the public must watt with such patience Constipation{ invite all klnd'of
Miami. of '; of tne Estate of HansJoopson Anyone In (ISouth Florida contagion.\ Headaches' bilious- h

NIAM!. FLORIDA.TEPUEN Florida. ,,deceaaed.late of tile County of Hrevar. State of We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward as it can command till from the lifting came make money In their leisure time nose, codU and many other ail- I
the )
- JOHN: SORENSEN for any case of Catarrh that cannot be of veil of secrecy the distributing; the products of a Isrqe manufacturing meats disappear when constl- r t! T

E. FOSTER Executor of Estate of Han Jeppien. cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.F. I "borax boarding house." company among tIn Ir D lghors. Tinted bowels are relieved. Thed- r II'

S Jensen Fla. Nov.\ 18, Itt02. I. in 6-ino J. CHENEY & Co.Props, Toledo O, > Our goods; have bad a steady sale Jord'i Black-Draught) thoroughly ,

ATTOKNEY-AT-LAW We, the underdgned/ have known F. J. Encouraging !State! UnIversities for 25:\ years, which has been wholly by cleans out the bowels in an easy 11" .
Notice. Cheney for th. last 15 years, and believe our local agents/ (men and women) who and natural manner without the 'i< I

Dyal-Upchurch'ltullding, Jax: him perfect!) honorable In all business At the recent' alumni dinner of the earn good wages the year round. If you purging of calomel or other vio- I ,

JACKSONVILLE transiicclons financially able to carry University' of Michigan, Dr. Ilutchlns.. wish. a good profitable business. without lont ca me.rtics. t I

FLA. NOTICE IS day HEREBY of May. 1003.OIVEV' or:a*THAT mnm'' thereafter OV: out any obligations/ made by their firm. dean of the faculty, expressed, the Interesting risking money, send a self addressed re- lie sure that yon get the orlgl- '.1 I

a* I can be heard, I Intend t > apply Went N 8. BURNIIAM, M. D. to the :Jiiilge' I or the. Circuit I Court,: for, HrevardCounty : 0., Waldliiff, Klnnan & Marvin, opinion i that Htute ualversltles Lea Wade, Uenl Agt. ((l 73):\) Boston, Mass. moila by The Chattanooga Medicine I

! aDd. ooutnil for a my license prowrty to| manage and, tike Imcoine chance a free of, Wholesale Druggists/ Toledo O. are to bo the grfatcwt Institutions of Co. Sold by all drugginU in \' !:

SURGEON and dealer in every renpeot. Hall's Catarrli Cure is taken Intel'rally, learning lu the country In the future. The announcement that the NotionalDrl'ltHlI1llkt'J'H' 25: cent and $1. packages.Hor j
SPECIALIST
HATE: B. BBI>WN.T7ATED acing directly upon the blood and mu Ho said .that It h. Ear, Nose and Throat. ou surfaces of the system. Price, 7Ao, atmoclatlon. recently In I fwniKit. mrnmnmiia.1 ,Sm..rrn.i..1tI.,1I., .
time to awake to the necenslty of I>r.. hl taw hlirklr. Imp u I I. hoiM
mr
session in has
decided ad
WEST PALM BEACH ::( -SEVERAL PERSONS: OFCHAIlfV per bottle. :Sold: by all druggists. Testimonials Chicago ) to cli Ui* UM* and hs,: mini It for (I h.leeS 4
FLORIDA. actor and good reputation. III each stilts free.hail's pro'ldlnIIlH'rnlly/ for state universities Vance the price of gowns from 10 to 'Optll' tile yesre. 1 n >iir rhlldnnm I
(one in thin county qulrttdto> ) repreHentanil Pills the best. but that from their 57 other U. tlT: <. :'t'lIl'.t: I rn.ld
family are now on growth
advertise cent In not at all to the 1
old establlsliel wealthy bust' reassuring ..,., h. .lI. U> work wlthmt It i
r\R. ROUG ElTON'S house of*'ttd| nnai.clal Bt.ndinir. Salary 9JIIW: should bo rnpld. lIe cited the permanent heads I. of households the D. (rrouilt. of ...1.| trt .hl.d with I
or prospectiveheuds
weuklvwItlieximiKHnailiUtloiml.all I I payaliie In f<.I..tipstla. Yo.r %
caiiii dlreiK each Wednenduy: from, heat i.IIl.tes.titiNe ::; No "Knee Suicide" In South Dakota. provision of 1 mill In the state tax. of households. This should have aU Uat MM mi *.. MMllrU* Im f t li 1 .

FLOATING anti. carriage furnished when nBCeo"ar,. While tie discussion of "race sul- atlon which bus recently been made C. B. MtfMBUffD. I
DENTAL
APARTMENTon Reference Kitcloefl: *iddret4i.d) envelope I tho tendency to Increase the homo production '4t

the "Dentos," Colonial Co.. 334: Dearborn St.,Chicago. 'clde" goes on In the older sections of for the University of Nebraska as foreshadowing of the shirt waist which, ;

the country South Dakota Is pointing tbe great amount of money though an attractive and becoming article -

Now AT PALM ,BEACH. TAX ASSESSORS NOTICE. with considerable! and pardonable pride Institution of this class are to receive.Dr. of wearing apparel. In roundly -

to Its high birth rate and longevity. Hutchln argument appears to condemned by the associated dressiuakem :i :

D 1\\[. MASON I will be at the following places for the At all events this rich and prosperous be sound. but It must be acknowledgedthat doubtless! \ for the reason that It I

purpose of Assessing Taxes for the l ,
commonwealth In not worrying several millionaires have given
1903.Miuns ; young lessens the demand for the wore costly
year about depopulation.. some of the HO called private universities -
DENTAL-SUROKOX products' of their sbop.A .
: on.lav.. April 27th. ,
SANFORD LnOranire, .Tuesday, .. 2Hth. Without counting Immigration Its a big start on the state institution --- t
('lty Point, Weilneiiday, If mh.Merrltt .
$ :> FLOHII A. Thuruay, th.Deorgiana population Is Increasing faster than almost H. Chicago' girl refused to receive the r ,

Canaveral, Saturday Tucmlay,, May" Atn.2nd. anywhere else In the country.and photograph BIIIUPII""If 0 of her I01'er.wlto I ISr.

--- --- --- Would be pleased to meet all the taxpayers an abundant tide of Immigration A Washington dispatch says that hud ('OullulttI'IIIUlcldn. flaring ih. Seeds

Foley's Kidney Cure of the' County on the above men- both from other states and from Eu- French financial houses are contending didn't care for him since he bud made pl..1. by fsrnowsnl '" IO.i.j.l i

tfJllkes kidneys and bladder right. tioned dates and have them make a return rope. Is coming In at the same time. with American, British and German such a fool of hluiwelf. This In not according :Sarl.u.w.,14pertflwflhllu5.' wit.. 1 bee IIspay. '

- -- ---- of all their personal and real estate The chief difficulty seems to bo In bankers for permission from President to the rule laid down by the 1':1." : I"SPSVIsS,14(15 I1tU .. '
property. J. F. WOOTHN, ." "..'.. tie,. bar.-. All 1I
11hLt4 60 YEARS Urevard keeping enough schools' open to no Castro' to take up the Venezuelandebt. fiction writers but there H' something :I ..... III" 55 A..I I l'
for
Tax Assessor
County. .....;...a .... Lo..11 spp.ui4. I
EXPERIENCE cominodiite all the children ambitious If the Venezuelan' promises to decidedly MinIMe In tli.. girl's view of D. M. P."Y .. 00.. ,I

ARE YOU A BOAT-BUILDER P If for mi education. It Is sold that even pay are no desirable a* to be thus the mutter. D.Iolt MIOII. J.: 'I i!L ;

If there! were Bl'hoolhoulWlI enough to eagerly' sought/ after by the world's
of Walton's Patent --"If I
you are, get one It Is .said. that the new caloric' substance -" -'-- --- ,
Calking Tools ; Invaluable to boat- go around the teachers are almont certain great money lenders, those of Berlin : --i _

builders and owners of boats. Calks to get married very promptly and I/Hidon Included. the wonder In known II. nidluin will give forth
f. bones more rnpldly than any other heat Indefinitely' without losing weight: The Largest and Most Com- .0 _
.' ; .! and the Infraction corned'' to an end. that Germany and Oniit I Britain should
.' .1.'. :. TRO MARKS onlklng> tool In the world. PI'lce'l 110 but $as It costs upward of1.0<>0.000 a nlete Establishment South.
_' t.\" DISIONS and ,S.OO each, at ADVOCATE office, Undeniably: South Dakota In a blessed have nom to all the trouble and ex- to. I. _
pound. It Is not likely come very
I
rvw CopvniaHTa Ac."oollnii Titusvllle, Kla. la ml l where many are born and Pease of Instituting their "pP8cetulblot'knlll' CEO S. HACKER & SON .
Into general use. I'osnlbly the
speedily(
a xkrtPh and dtmcrtnttnn mjriiiiti few die and there la room as well as to force payment' of obligation _
our ot>iiil I 'n fro whttther an coal combine him cornered It and sent

,. .1
"ti.Nt nirettrjr for itmMirmn. }patents. estate agents endeavoring todlnpiwe. of at 31.8 to the thousand population and wIlIlfignesM/ to pay scent "enerall1'm.JlUltI..1
"" .,
throu.-h .
OJ), ; Munn Co.; r %T sale the market as a rival to anthracite.A .
for
WIthoUtClapo' lath any property you may have or while of that number of people only by their own financier The .
---- -- --
exchange ? If so, send full particulars
StflC I: Jlmcrican.rklT. 7.5 shuttle oft this mortal coil every Incident conclusively shows that the
of what you have, to L. It. Benjamin, a graceful return for the statue
A 1ai hCnd., ",'inIy lllnptrat.,4 .... Torrent. rlr.SetBrosdw.y.flewYort- Hanoverton, O.Virginia. yeur. In brvt. the commonwealth lives mere collection of debts wits not timeonly
which
: r all., ."h"rItdo' joa.n..l. 'J'.m.. $1I'r of Frederick the Great KtnperorWilliam
to of President In Venezuelan ointment.
so 'cloudy one fly
up
M : ew.ct.ler.i. proposes| to give us It would be
Nr&"c :
IlooHevelt' favorite Ideas that be
lIa..oh. SI'VJ'IUATTACK: ; ov men*. well enough to Mend, over to lIerlin n, ;
_ tim .e. 105: r BU W..IIIIIII''D. I). u HomesYou should feel fwpertally keen delight In :
I statue of President\ Monroe, though tbe ,:
South Dakota on his present
LA. N NER SALVE visiting Curml .by One Hottlo of CtntnilMrlaJn'ii Indication ore that the German writer ,

::?. most western trip.It Cough Hin'ljr, will be able to keep Monroe and hi. .. 1'J'r': ::.. '
, healing
salva In the world. "When an attack of the grip last win -
learn all about Virginia Lands
I doctrine in mind without It. ", ......: -
Its resources, products mode of cultivation It. announced that Chicago women ter ('the second on) I actually cured myself _

prices, etc., by reading the are going to publish a dally paper. In with one bottle of G'hitmherlaln's MANUFACTURERS OF I .

JNEY DISEASES VIl'glnhFarmer., Send lOcts the edltlBg of which the only man Hough/ Remedy" says Frank W. Perrv, There I* a growing belief la railroad : .

for 'A months subscription to the Editor 'fthe Enterprise, ghorlsvlllo. N. Circles that It would be better to have
Partner Co., Emporia Va. employed will; be the sporting editor. V. "This Is the honest truth. I at Doors Sash Blinds, : : _
slower schedules which could be observed
*rc the How would you like to be the sporting time kept from coughing myself to
law of all dl-
most pieces by taking a teaspoonful of thin than to hare more rapid one & Material.
- - - ? editor Moulding Building
Ses.oI. I remedy, and when the coughing spell/ that cannot be kept.

' would come on at night; I would 1 take a CiTies Waterooms, King

(I! p/JQ KIDNEY CURE 1 Is ILL WO EMS !II Darigerof Colds and Grip. dose and It seemed that In the briefest Walk* Without rutcht'''. Cannon Ntreet.Charleston! ., opposite 4 ____
u _
The greatest danger from colds and Interval time cough would. pans on au.11 I I was much aflllcted with sciatic

I 0 6uara&t83d Reaadj gripie their resulting In pneumonia. If would jr to sleep perfectly free from writes Ed. C. .Nud lowavllle, Hedgwlck3o. S. C.&i

,I Kot la Quantity. B..t In Quality. reasonable care Is used however and cough and accompanying pain. To ., Kan., "going about on crutches and ____

money 'VV'xJITEJ'SCream : : : Chamberlain's Cough Hfemedy taken all say that the remedy acted as a mont suffering a deal l nf pain. I wan Induced' Sash Cord
refunded. Weights .
Contains will\ be avoided. the Liniment which auu
danger Among tens agreeable! surprise Is putting It very to try Mallard's Snow _
'tnedies recognized by'eml- of thousands who have used this remedyfor mildly. I had no Idea that I It would or relieved me. I was Induced to try U" -

nt Physicians Vermifuge these diseases" we, Lave yet to learnof Could knock out the grip simply 1 because laId' $now Liniment, which relieved Hardware : _

as the best for a Ingle case having resulted In pneumonia I had never tried It for such a par- me, I used three !jOG bottl It I II the ,

ldney and Bladder trouble! FOR *14) YE.M1* which shows conclusively that It pone, but It did, and It seemed with the greatest liniment I ever used"; have recommended Window and Fancy GJa. f.

Is a certain preventive of that dangerous second attack of coughing the remedy It to a number" ollerllOnll. all
PRICK SOc. tad $...00n Has Led all WORM Remedies. disease. It will cure a cold or an attack I caused to not only be of less duration express themselves a* being beneflttedby A SPECIALTY. ___

_ ft. WILSON &' 80S. EV&ItY BOTTLE CUAItANTEED. of the grip In less time than any other bat the pains. were far less severe, and I It. I now walk without crutches .----_ -- c _
' SOLD BY ALL- DRUCC'ST8. treatment. It I I. pleasant and safe to 'I had not used the contents) of one bottle nbl* to perform a great deal of light labor I _

O1cy'iiijney Ma Tar -raarAaiD-- .-T take. For sale by all druggists and medicine before Mr. Drip had bid me adieu." For on the farm." :23c.: fioc and tl.OO at Foley's Honey and Tar ; _

T. PALLARP. RLOt11 dealer. vale by all druggists. 11. B. Wllsco k Son.
folds : =,_ : forchlldrentetxurc. No opiates 4
Prevents pneumonia. I,: :2Et :.. I _
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EAST COAST ADVOCATE, _ _ _ _ _ _

it & _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _-_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ JAMES. PRITCHABD, President; WM. M. BROWN, VI :r.re8Id":e::::

C. S. S. BANNING, Asst. Cashiei. t

J EAST COAST ADVOCATE. FRIENDS OF-NEWSPAPERS. KVYiiIV lf STATE

A country newspaper, if It has INDIAN BANK

*"BB&LY JOCmSAL DBVOTBD TO TUBOrMCICT DBV.L- brains, conscience and muscle backof J J

,'t. 0. Taa IKDIAMWOBTU lVR. LAKE. It, must, on many occasions, decide ForBiliousness COUNTY DEPOSITORY.
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AMD BPUBLISHED Ie01va B4YI.0'I'101l. and injuring
its -
II' between doing duty -- Authorized capital, $100

KVKHY: FRIDAY. its pocket. No matter what that the bile Paid up capital, $40:000:coo
you may do for some people, they' / The liver must be gently stirred 10 Average deposits

Oa4.LItI H. WALTOH, Editor & Publisher. quickly forget it If some little squib i will be thrown off in the right channel; the system l50ooo

into the columns "that goes at the nine time ihould be invigorated.
Discontinuance of ",ilrt.. mint be roads per.mally creeps against the grain." In anypoaltlon Transacts a General Banging
at this ovine or by writing. Is 1 w
but that of an editor, the public i

Cheek etc.,may be made" payable to CBABLH able to separate the Individual AER'5Ias ? I Business
H. WAtTOit.pnMliirier. homo from the collective citizen.

But the strange part of it Is, thatif Largest and Oldest Bank on the Rlllr
OFFICE-TUB KA 'r COAsr ADVOoCl4TII them
BOSTON the editor does not please
has oponod an nltto at 4 u))4 Atlantic avenue, occasion. it is his pocket and Tonic Pellets form the Mild Power Cure that r Exchange bought; and sold on all Foreign'

BoBton, which will bo In charge of Mr. Claude upon every aim at. Thus It Is that completely does the work without shock or Injury Countries.--
they s
O.Walton. str learn who their friendsare. to ny part of the iystem.Sampl j 1 Patronage appreciated. Prompt norrlce' polite
newspapers A treatment,and every favorouosistaniwith
In writing to) the AIIVOOATB for /Information The man who reads a news- and 8001\1. Free.6t s rvative banking granted 01 us
of any kind the writer will olilme. by endowing and admires it all the year CORRESPONDENTSTHE ;
a stamped.adtlreiwod. envel i>e.Addreie paper his business to Complete Tresuueutw F g; 1 Seaboard National (tank of New' York.anl
round, yet gives all -|-.4>. 25 days as cts wtwtf.c w Rte's + National Rank of Jacksonville. FIll

all oomrannloatlon to some other concern, cannot expect Now1'.naawlSold "....... '.1'1TU VILLh:, r'L.A.
him its support
EAST COAST ADVOCATE, that paper to give
that he needs -::
TITCIVII.LB. FU>BO>A. when the time comes

----- -- some political ofllce. AND SUPPLY
"'- -- SOUTHERN FUEL COMPANY
p. S. Department of Agriculture It Is a well known fact that praiseor will .
admiration of a newspaper
Weather Bureau-Jupiter,Fla. not pay the men's wages, rent, taxes by B. R. WILSON A: SOX. TITU8T1H.K.
Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime Cement
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and other multitudinous expensesthat ,
The following IB a and comparative rainfall for slate-the are dally occurring in a print. (
rent of temperature such *:!
weekending Tuesday April 21, 100:). ing office. Sooner or later
-100:1: -1902- admirers will find that the objectof Vitrified Paving and ,Sidewalk Brick.....,
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DATE. MAX. MI17. MAX. Mil*. their affections has become wedded THE GREAT.
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10 15 77 77 01 fill 89 79 70 00 to other ways that they do not Offices foot ol Hogan Street, Jacksonville, Florida.. Telephone No 292.

17IS 72 611< 81 ((17 admire-In other words, a newspa- J. K. :MUNNERLYN, General Manager.
70 Bit!I 77 00OJS per is compelled, in order to live, AUTHORITY OF OUR _
19 7tt 09 78 : to seek the friendship thoae who --- -
20 85 05: jK)1)/ love
21 82 (18 79 02 are not BO platonic in their ,
Total rainfall for the week: 0.07 but unite that practical esteem PRESIDENTBy MeMurray & Baker
Departure from normal rainfall for the with sentiment that binds mutual d ,
week; minus 0.50 I Inches. Departure' admiration in other' professions.

from normal rainfall since January 1, men who expect LESLIE M. SHAW, Secretary of the Treasury
plus 0.78 Inches.HAL. There are too many 401.413 East Bay Street. Jacksonville, Florida. ,
P. HABDIN, Observer an editor to, slave in defense of
I their pet notions and hobbies, ad- Q 39 -Makers and Jobbers of-.
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j vocate their views against the

BnEVARD county's pineapple, vegetable strongest opposition and coolly withhold 0 sovereign has greater authority than the president, and Vehicles Harness Carriage and Wagon Material
will be
and orange: crops the buotness support by which N few as extensive. No sovereign has greater responsi- ,
breakers this
record
year. live.
alone a small newspaper can Think the has Saddlery, Rubber Tires.
I Talk about"a newspaper having bilities, and few equal. what president

REPRESENTATIVE Wade II. Jones, a public duty to perform, and an done in the last six years. (I speak of the office and not First-Class Repairing and Painting, &c. &c.aiiiii5aoii&T .

'11< t of Brevard County, has the thanks editor having to labor for his prin- of the incumbent.) ----- --- -------
l of the ADVOCATE, for dally printed clples is cheap, when others stand)
;. : The president called an army into existence, officered it, 'clothed
V copies of journals of the Senate back, and while extending a luke- Window Frames.
and House, showing the proceedings I warm neutrality with one hand, are it, armed it, equipped it5;.collected a navy; then, as commander in

as.they take place from day to' filling their pockets with the other chief of both, successfully prosecuted a war with results perhaps as
We have just Installed special machinery for the manufacture of screen door
day at Florida's capitol. result of the editor's labor
tf hand as M which important and farreaching as any ever waged on the globe: Then and window frames and can make them In all sizes, styles and designs.
for his principles, they the his, of took of Cuba Can cover them with\ plain !green wire, galvanlved wire or POWPEIIAX
president through war possession
secretary ,
, IT is marvelous to see the big admire but do not support. BRONZE. Screen wire cloth. 1t rile for prices. t
. strides Jacksonville has made sincer. pacified its people, stood guard and protected from outside inter- EAST COAST LUMBER AND SUPPLY COMPANY, '

f the deplorable flre. Jacksonville THOMAS J. Appleyard, one of our ference and from internal contention while a government authorizedby General Office at Eau Game, Fla.
) the gate to Florida-growing rapidly I Yards at EAU GAL LIE, TITU8VILLE: and FORT PIERCE
:c. brother editors, and a man of many congress was created, a constitution adopted, an insular congress
and she is undoubtedly des -
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i'' 1 tined to be one of the most pro qualifications, is now serving of the his elected, and then the president, through his secretary of war, said,
eleventh term as secretary
gressive cities in the South. She Florida! State Senate. Well, he "Are you ready?" And as the answer came, "Aye, aye, sir," the Hodges <& O'Hara,

1Ir, location is just growing and go-ahead to the. citizens extent warrant her- must be a pretty good sort of man ,president replied, "Hoist away," and a new flag fresh from the ;.Manufacturers and Dealer 'ln...

. to be re-elected term after term.here's womb of forth be kissed the breezes of heaven :
to
liberty sprung by
and the ADVOCATE Joins in Rough AND PINE LUMBER.
to llro. Appleyard. CYPRESS /
wishing her every success, for it la you, while our cannon, in obedience to the command of the president Cleaned and YELLOW

I push, pluck, progress, perseverance through the secretary of war, boomed forth a salute and a welcometo Orange Box Heads, Fruit and Vegetable ClRlell. Mouldings, Shingles, eta
and continual advertising. that helpto ONE of the exhibits at eWorld'sFair Mills and office located at Buffalo Bluff, Fla. Write us for prices deliveredto
produce and maintain so prosperous St. Louie, which will attract THE FIRST EMBLEM OF INDEPENDENCE EVER any part of the State.' Address: Hodges fc 0'Mara, Buffalo Bluff Flu.

.a city as Jacksonville.. TltuRville universal Interest will be the larg HOISTED BY AUTHORITY OF ANOTHER NATION. ----- ------ --------------- -

tenders the right hand of est herd of domesticated bison on The president, through his secretary of war, took control of the The Oldest Established Grain and Seed House In the Slate
the Florida the American continent, owned by
fellowship to metropolis -
r ; may she grow and lIou rlsh.il James Philip, of Pierre, S. D. Philippine archipelago, and with such consummate wisdom and patience "

have the affairs of those islands been administered that the cSs Co.
A- amours
"V\Trc.: : : :
I TUB consensus of opinion favors Malabar.Fishing people both weep and petition at the report that the present repre-

newspaper advertising above all sentative of the president is likely to return to the States. It was the GRAIN HAY AND GARDEN SEEDS
other forma In other ,
the merchant reach no the people way can he ,: U getting,: better all the time, president, through his secretary of state, who took the initiative and

wants to patronize his store, so and hipped there from will here soon, bo a good many blazed the way for the wise adjustment of complications involving all Flour, Grits Meal and Fertilizers

cheaply or so effectively. In the MissVllllette Forest; returned Sutiir- Christendom in its relations with the orient. 112 EastBay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

respectable newspaper there is lay from Vero, having finished her term
nothing to offend good taste. The of school at that place. Rockledge. I Indianola.Mrs. Agts. for Purina Feed. Warehouses on tracks of S. A. L. R'y. and Plant System.-

newspaper gets Into the homes of Center street has been shelled from the .. -
the people, where all members of depot to the school house, making a good.
the family read the advertisements.The shell road from\tlu.. river. 1 Mrs. A. :S: Clark and Mrs. Annie Hop- M. Thompson, of Merritt, and
food are sojourning: at Lotus for a time. her sister, Mrs.I Duff, of Marion, 0., P. :BAihlman & Co.
paper Is purchased by the head Beans are all shipped now, the last /goIng were calling on friends In Indianola,
of the house and the advertise. forward this week. Th crop was A Wh eW and D. Bojrerf: went downto l\oodayafternoon.
his the bout grown here for several years Wheeler's Ra'iont list Tuesday; fur 261 Washington St } NEW YOHK.
of
ments are a part purchase.The and Kood prices were obtaluud.Wolk three or four da>s. .1 M. Field nnd wife came up from 93 Murray tree'. 1( :N. Y.
newspaper advertisement has Georgian: Tuesday, by steamer, and
The AHVOOATK Is much In evldonc In
value that other hall commenced on the Dew river short time friends here
a no form of advertising spent a among
thin HfC'lon, and there few who
front road from Melbourne to Alnlubur. are very
while waiting for the steamer.
possesses. Th assertion N. Downey him the contract to do the do not snlmci Ibo fur It.
can easily be proven by an ad. In grading! from ;Melbourne to 1'lIrkey creek, A. It. McK-own And family leftrhnreThinstlay The ''Hirds Nest" seems to bo quite Florida Pineapples
the ADVOCATE, one of the best advertising and J. .V, Farley him R gong of men Rt of liuit. week for PHtuburjf, popular, this s aon. having been ocoupid -
mediums the work on the grade from this city to Turkey their northern lion.. for the third time this winter the 1
along Kant
ctook. last time by Mr. and Mis. Maxwell, of!
Coast of Florida. ;Mr. and }Mrs. II J. Hoxslter I\nff the Cincinnati! OTJ.R. SP J OI.. .. r.rY.
I A cake-walk and entertainment was Misses Humphry spent two or three Mr. and Mrs. Schuyler, of the Indian I
given on the ground of U- W. \Va, li burn, days at Palm Beach last week.A. old house, gave their guests au outing We represent several of the largest shippers In your State::! and wish to represent
Lass the Florida editors, our New Saturday evening the proceeds going; towards I
York brethren are trying to have the purchase of an organ for the L. Marsh and family left for S' t'ue d"y, going by' launch down to the' you also. Give us a trial shipment. Established 30 ;years.
point of I he Inland, a distance of about
last March :
Antfus'lne Saturday Mr.
Sunday School. There was quite a large -
their libel laws amended. The New
f, crowd present some oomlug from Grant, will noon go to Watch Hill, R. I. twenty miles.
York Press Association and the Melbourne and Sebastian. The proceeds D. St. Clair Nisbet has sold his floe
Miss Clara Moore last ESTABLISHED
Democratic and Kdltorial came over horse, Nestor, and harness to 8 1870.
w Republican amounted to $20.: Thursday, and went. down on the steamer wagon
Association have joined the to Lotus for a few days' visit Y. field, as .h4' expects to go north
about the middle of May, and Is undecided
,t movement to secure this amend- Foley's Kidney Cure make kidneysand Earl Rauk, who bus been with Mr. about returning next fall. M. Lane & Son
ment. There can be no question aa bladder right. Don't delay taking. Rossi ter for the season, left, Monday,
Sold bj 1). R. Wilson Hon. James L. Crawford Is putting up a ,
to the fact that the libel laws as at Westervtlle, 0., for the summer.
nice wire fence around his entire place.
present existing are too severe, in Mrs. J. J. White, her mother Mrs. We are always sorry to say !goodbye to
that, under divers circumstances Cocoa.Mrs. Bellows and sinter spent Thursday with them, which we were obliged: to do this 250; WASHINGTON STREET, NEW ,YORK.
they place the defendant at great Mr. and Mrs. 'Salmon In South Rock- week, u they started Wednesday for

''j\': disadvantage, and frequently permit ledge.! their Scranton home. Southern Fruit and Produce
the plaintiff to recover J. M. and Miss Clara Sanders: Gen. E. Sehrlnff,: ROIl family and II. J< John Fritz chartered the steamer "Ca
many were In Hook ledge on Tuesday. RosHlter and wife and Misses Humphrts naveral" for a weeks cruise down the
times over for practically the same Tux ,A.0)8MorVloten has been at TI. went down to Pelican Island on Tuesday river. The party error-as In the case of newspapers tim villa\ a couple of days this week In Mr SebiIng's launch, returningthe Mrs Frila and daughter; MableJ Miss Ot'O.rxl.iss1oD.: : :: : :: ::1MIercha.c.: : :: ts.
which receive the service of a news same day !\IAd doo. Mrs. Barnes, Mrs.
I association Miss Marguerite, Dixon, owing to Illness Chas. Hill, Miss Alice Sanders, Miss
I j, The error may be the 1s detained from school for a few Mrs. C. B. Magriider met with an accident iertlo Breese, of Kockledge: and D. St. FLORIDA PINEAPPLES OUR SPECIALTY.
fault of the association alone, but days. recently thus put heron her bed. Clair Nlsbet. They started Tuesday

,\ every paper that uses it is liable to The ball given on Tuesday evening ID Falling from a stepladder' : she hurt her afternoon, taking the Fritz launch along Stencils, Cards and
our furnished
damages. As a matter of fact, the the Opera house, was well attended aud buck very severely. She Is able to be to use for the side trips In the small quotations on application.

law is such that it sometimes paysa a success. up at this writing streams. -- ----- -

'i complainant to enter into collus- Dr. W. I. Hughlett was c.Uled" to Co- Mrs. Chatfield and mother, Mrs. R. K. Robbed the Grave.
coanut Grove', on UUcayne Bay, one day reck, leave, Friday" stopping at Day-
ion with someone to be libeled, no' hut week,ou professional business. tona for a few days, anti! then will proceed A startling Incident, U narrated by Mason M. Clark
that he may collect multifarious 1 to Connecticut, going from Jacksonville John Oliver of Philadelphia, as follows I ,
1 damages therefor. It is an The I tlanolalt, who came over to by steamer to New York. "I was In an awful condition. My skin
easy the ball on Tuesday evening- had to pole was almost yellow eyes sunken, tongue
matter to sue a publication and over roost of the way, as there won no coated pain continually In back and Fruit and Produce
merchant.
thereby put it to great inconvenience wind by which to sail. Fur Sale. sides, no appetite, growing weaker day Commission

t and expense ; and If prospective 1\(,... M. A. Thomas and mother, Mrs. by day. Three physicians had given me''
suitors realized that they could )[. J. Johnson have returned from a 4 acre bearing pines, one acre black up. Then I was advised to use Electric SPECIALTIES :
such visit to Braldentown, where they have rich soil for truckingalmost frost proof, Bitters; to my great joy, the first bottle
only recover damages as could been most of the winter. ft room house fronting on river, beautiful made a decided improvement. I continued Extra Early Beans and
I be actually proven and specified in view, located 3 miles south of Fort their use fortbree weeks, and am Vegetables.
the complaints, the courts would Pierce on shell road. Packing house now a well man. I know they robbed
f I tie relieved of a deal of rr We cannot guarantee to publish and platform stop. Price J,000.00 with, the grave of another victim." No one Florida Oranges and Grapefruit.
litigation. unnecessary Items that do Dot reach this office before crop estimated SOX crate. Apply to, : should fail to try them. Only CO cents,

,, noon on Thursdays. R. L. Goodwin, Fort Pierce, FU. guaranteed, at all drag stores 110 Murray Street and 166 West Street, NEW YORK.





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RELIABLE Stuart. Eden. GEORG MARX. JOHN MARX. !.,

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Capt. I -- 1VI.A.R: : : JE3EtC S. .
Sturtevant left Saturday, for : S. F. Webb building packing house > j
Bridgeport, Conn. In the sloop "Teal." for A. D. Merwin.
outside
lIe took
the passage.
W. F. Wolfe has nearly recovered from WHOLESALE GROCERS
Dr. Capron's BOO is expected down what threatened
to be a very serious
this summer to take charge of the Doc illness

p vA. tor's launch plantation which he will Mr.bring Capron down. has a Mrs. Hudson and Mro. LeTourneau Fruit and Produce Jobbers

OY4 drove to Eldred last Friday to call on m ,
I Capt. Webster, of Tlbbals, has his friends.

cruising sloop out on here this J. II. LeTournenti went'to Fort Pierce 'Ii f :
0HG week, and gave her a genera ovoihaul- last Comer Bay and Julia Sts., JACKSONVILLE, FLA. ;,\
: Tuesday, to have some blacksmith '
ing. He sailed homeward Tuesday.At Ing done. LOOK TO YOUR EYES.If .

P01 the time of writing, J. C. Hancock Mr. and Mrs John Richards returuPt suffering from any eye defects or weak WE CARRY A PULL LINE OF HAY, GRAIN AND FEED. ; {
has located the sight call at my new well-appointed optical ,
shaft
he
ordered
two lust. week from !Stuart where made
months ago. The shaft Is now at Jupiter a visit of a week. they Institute. !Special complete louse PURINA FEED OUR SPECIALTY. JJ '
1<'1". lie grinding outfit In connection.
expects to have his launch Seed Potatoes Seed Peanuts and Peas in ';
Mr. and Cow season : ;
Mrs.
A. D. Merwin
AKDPOD ready by Christmas accompanied DR E. H. ARMSTRONG,
Mrs. 1). P. Merwin to Itockledge llLnnrabt. solicit of I'
J. C. Hancock and Mr. Ireland went the first of the week. i Jacksonville, Fla. fltfVo consignments Fruits and Vegetables f .

up to the tomato farms Monday -
pecting, and came back delighted. pros-The Misses Una and Jessie Miller returned I ::1

I tomatoes look line and their are no hues I Monday: uf tor a visit of several days to St. Lucie. Melbourne. ----I LOOK I

Absolutely Pure or woo ms in the fields their Pierce.aunt, Mrs. Ueo. Saunders, at Fort OVT ? .
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Mrs. Marie it
IffltfS W SUBSTITUTE Craig, expect Johnston a car load and of brother lumber Isaac this Mrs. Hilda Rooks, after a week very All of our winter visitors\ have departed 237": Subset Iptlona for the ADVOCATK, FOR KIALARSA. :

week which will be used in their delightfully; spent with Mrs. W. F. Richards which makes. it a little lonesome. the pink paper of the East Coast will be 1J':
now
residence to be built left, last Monday, for her home In The weather received the Melbourne Postofllce.OOODE ; i
on D avenue. They the past few days; has An epidemic of Malaria la sure to follow ,

are both readers of th AnvucATK. Chicago.The been, decidedly cool, with north winds A O
est Palm Beach. The saliiugHchoouer yacht, "Mallard," !Society meetings are very of the pleasant Christian and Endeavor profitable -- T. A. Snider and party with the paint (Agent the,for I'rovlilonoe; JKtn, London Wiwhlnarton and ,Liverpool and Him: 1 rare and which have prevailed all over the

Capt. Alieu from Oak Hlij and lal houseboat, Buckeye passed this place Insurance. attention theInte..u
; ihu aux to the members. They are held every Simula. paid to South. Malarial and kindred fevers
Illary .loop yacht, -real," Capt. :Sturtevant : last Saturday.We or non-residents.
Sunday evening at seven o'clock, at the will develops to an alarming extent.
Ball given by the Utopia of Uildgepoit! Conn., W"I" .,ucb. chapel. I.. ,
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poverty learn that Wade II.Jones has made A. PREK-rH""IC'IUC A IItmlilnniw > 8t'U111101f.
he General' health conditions will be bad
"UCce 8.IS 01 tU close logoiaur our harbor luurs Mnllmnrue. Lan iHlllu, Ttllflllay ;
howling Mesdames to have his
was l a day Schuyler, Hudson, Arnold preparations orange grove and Friday artarnoon should be taken.
Madison has sold her Inter- and LeTourneau drove to Fort Pierce on at this place fenced In. every precaution

,'Ii'the M C Park cottage 10 Ah a,1. D. MIB.came C. T down, McUarty and Uev. Torapkius Tuesday, to inspect the Methodist parsonage Cpt. T. B. Allen, of l'latbburK, N. Mrs L C. Moore, of Rowland, cam The System Must Especially Be '.r.

|,ter Mm. Midlson goes to Jackson-. BuOhoilpuous PiuUy fur the evening Mtuliudim to olio11 In which the) are {greatly; Interested Y., has placed an order for a fine launch up Wednesday to spend a few days with tided to Resist Malarial Attacks.
par through the Instrumentality of her mother Mrs. John Ooode.
the l"nmer'JL with the Indian River Boat A Launch Co. ,
for ouage at 1t''L 1'iej'Oe. Al i... McUaity; re- Mrs. C. '1'. Mccarty:::: whose enthusiasm
j R Aotl.op'and MI"s Nenlie tuiu.-d to her home at KldieU!: Oatuidaymoinlng. always carries everyone along with her. W. J. Bass <& Co., wholesale fish deal Chas. McBride has been filling: In the A trial of fifty yean baa demonstrated

Inr'wera appointed delegate to the ers of Fort Pierce, have placed an order lot lately purchased by him from Mrs. that for tills emergency, Dr. JIazo.ttr' ,

1C 1:. T. C convention which convened Robust Lodbetter will resign his position Mr. and Mrs. John Miller entertainedall for two tine fish boats with the Indian Phillips 1 at the corner of Front street Iron Tonic Las no equal. Iron lathe i
the young peoploof the neighborhood and New Haven
Ibe218t at Klsslmmee. us manager of the Dr. Cupron on Tuesday evening at a packing. house River Boat and Launch Co. avenue fighting: element In the blood, and

Shatter, hU nleoe, Miss 'Amy place, Iu August, and devote bin time danco. Messis. btewart, haegor and The young people of Saint Lucle, as Miss Lizzie Eaton left ou Monday for the kind of iron supplied by Dr. Ilnr- I

I,, and <; 'o. B- Wood are at Puma tully to raising pineapples| on a tun acre Miller urnUhed the mu lo. The refresh- well as some of the olderonoN,have bern her home In Erie, Pea Her home here ter't Iron Tonlo Is Just the kind the
Ida< 'tarpon fishing. They report the tractor land tie leuuutly puichnsedo ments were very dainty and bountiful, enjoying launch rides to Fort Pierce, will bo closed for the next six months
and scarce Morris Johus. We wish her a pleasant summer. 8)'lItel11l'\(1t1lrcs to successfully combat
liber unfavorable, tarpon and the affair was success In every way. and enjoying the Indian show
malarial. conditions.. Don't
wait until
and Mrs. Frederick Robert left on We are pleased to see Secretary of It seems a trltie inconsistent for our Mackerel fishing has been extra fine Chas R. Faran has a float little engine
llneaiiay l for the north; also Louis Agriculture James Wilson's letter In the good roads. people to cut down beautiful here, and It Is certainly beautiful sigh by which to run his rowboat. It boat you are attacked. Take It'now and fortify -

lit and family. It Is a matter of a pink paper concerning the protection ot shade trees and cabbage palmettoes In to see so many sail boats and launches i rowing/ bv hand, and many. nice trips. are yourself; It U an absolute safeguardand

k short time before all our northern wild, birds; this Is a good law and we order to give us a good wide road, and entering the Inlet, all bent, on fishing. now enjoyed by himself and friends 01 at the name time, It la the best
will be and we settle down hope that the birds will always be river and creek
protected then allow
gone
ltes ugly, unsightly telephone tonlo and Invlgorant for the entire '
|hetulet] summer life. and we foul sure that P. Kioege poles to be placed anywhere within the Captain It. Allen, of Plntt burg,N. Mr. and !Mrs. Buck and little child, system.
Y. and Robe Sound Via. On the other hand .
and dl
owner quinine *
here will do his duty as warden.J. thirty feet. In two Instances between are late. rivals from Fort Pierce. We ,
n E. \. Dimlok leaves Friday, commander of the Mallard, was a very tiirlis the and Its cumulative t
system
hero and the Is directly welcome this pleasant family to Mel
Fort Pierce
SheVspend l. Middleton leaves polo put
f 4th. en route to Tallaha see. this week for a pleasant visitor last Friday. at tho yardof
Sunday with her son, Claude, two weeks trip to Baltimore, Md. Mr. In the wagon rut and roots plied the Indian River Boatand Launch Co. bourne. They are now located in tho poison begets greater physical troubles

,U a student at the Stetson Univer- Mldd eton In called there an a witness on around It, and wagons are compelled to Moore cottage on New Haven. avenue.J than those It In employed to remedy.

I then Journey on to join the (Senator an Important law suit, and can hardly turn out.. The telephone Is a fine thing, On Sunday: morning last qul'e an unexpected A. Hoke Is enjoying vacation For Where a boo) case of chronic Malaria

[lie Capital City.; l She: will be absent afford to go as he has a 20 acre Held of and wu are Kind to have It In all Its visitor appeared In Mrs. Cha88'11pOilltry several yours M I'. fluke has been rail exists take DR. HARTEH'S )
already
bUIenimnesR but think of those ynid. A beautiful largo wild ,
we some ,
nit a mouth. tomatoes which are just starting to ripen rnad agent Melbourne! faithful to his
and they need his attention. poles are misplaced. turkey hen, which was probably attracted duties, never taking/ the rest and vacation FEVER and AGUE SPECIFIC. >It< la
{he Ladles' Cemetery Improvement by the noise of the tame turkeys -
so think they must have. guaranteed to cure. Price 50( cents.
The Afternoon Tea Club onter many
take the The F. E. C. Co. have had was
lociatlon are about to up Railway a Madam Turkey did nut remain! long as
III again of beautifying the grounds, force of men here lately, extending the talned by Mrs. W. F. Richards last Wed. she noon became frightened und left. Ureen Rhodes. and family Intend to BUT IF YOU WILL

siding money can be rained for the car platforms down on the dock ; there nesday. Mis. Richards had two charming spend the summer In the hotel building:
pose A caretakea will be appointed, Is now room to load. twelve cars at a assistants in her friend. Mrs. Rooks, Capt. T. A. Snider and wife, of Cincinnati at West' Point. May their summer In Z2fA 1J1l. HARTER S-;
'I and her sister Miss Grace Wltlman. ; Dr. Ooo. W Purdy and daughter,
>
I Improvements are In anticlpaA time. A platform is needed very badlyto Melbourne be pleasant. une.Ve are
,many meeting la called for the first be used in transferring baggage, express There were quite a number of the members Miss Edith!: and Capt. lloke left tho all glad: to have this delightful family In nON TONIC
of the Tlbbals (Bathing Club present Buckeye for' awhile last 8>aturday-long
In etc., from the dock to the our midst.
Jay May. passenger who have contributed much to the enough to take a spin with Capt. Chase I You Won't liars /HalaHa. fVfas fT
Ir. and Mrs. C. E. Ilarmer with their platform. pleasure of the Edenltes by Including; and son in their new launch The party R. W. Ooode and wife went to Nep

le, Miss Snow, left, on Saturday, forr We would like to have someone of the I them In many of their functions the past were very complimentary In their words tune last Wednesday evening to be All dealers' handle, or sand' to IMMEDICINE

| northern home,Harwlck, Cape Cod, readers kindly Inform us what the law II'' winter. The refreshments, cake of various of praise of the new vessel present Alexander at.T.the to Miss marriage Mazlo: of Waters their son. at, IIAJUIsJR Co., IXiytcm, Onu

It Is doubtful If they return tot In regard to sailboats going through kinds, iced ten, sandwiches, olives, ,
A huge; whale at sea, not far from our Ht. Martina church at West
Palm Beach, as their attractivealow railroad draw bridges? Your humble confectionary, etc., were exceptionallygood Episcopal Houston, Tex. Au", t 10CL
famous Inlet, was seen some days Jupiter morning Rev. Vaux
Thursday
on the south side of. Lake correspondent has a round bottom boat, or else> the very cool day had sharp Jim Fran DI4 "I have used air )IarIe"sIronTonlom..ele '
Kussell and and
Capt. son, of West Palm Beach .
Ittii Is for sale. They have left many 18! feet long, she carries a big suit of ened up the appetites so that everything Morely, of Cleveland. Ohio. It was ottlclatlog.Foley' family 'nr o..r twenty lira l and geaream/In my

ids In and about our little town. sails, and the bridge tender won't open disappeared like magic. There was some throwing water high. A whale was can heartily recommend It. I wifm\ ,
the draw, because he claims she Is a fish very good music, to which Mrs. Hudson i very Kidney Cure If taken In time afl artleol.rlyvanmhLWward' oil malarial
'ranklin Sheen, civil engineer, and beautiful selections. seen spouting water, two years ago, by affords security from all kidney and bladder and other fevsra.
boat If ban the laws contributed several
Igor of Sheen's Real Estate Agency, anyone governngrailroad Capt. Ken Hooy and Capt. Chase and! diseases. Hold by Wilson & Hon. "'., H. MATTM,
,lutlued at his home by quite a severe draw bridges kindly send same We think it Is about time for the Eden- son, and It looked like a small Island. Land and Emigration: AI''",Frl.eo Lln.
to the ADVOCATE for publication. ...... ..lM that .....1..111.11.! .
l'elR. Mr. Sheen was taken with a se- Tibbals school to come from under the -- ( fur tsulsi. )

hemorrhage in his office, and for Everybody on the St.: I>iicle expects to ban. Every tenqher before coming here A CHATTANOOGA DKUOGIST'S Eau Gallie.

,ile required close medical attention. go down to the Ull ertll' Bar Yacht Clubon Is warned against, the puplUand patrons, :STATEMENT.:! : Robt. J. Miller, piopiletor -

last day or two he has been more the 1stV May; we extend an Invitation -I we me a parcel of "kickers," "northern of the Read House Drug More: ol Georgiana.Little .
f rwblo.< file medical advisor Dr. to everybody between Jupiter and ers" and "cranks." Our first teacher Chattanooga, Tenn., writes: "Thne Is Thomas SunHer' U marketing sonic

uliam, s'yslt' will be quite a time be- Fort Tierce, to come to the Club house liked us well enough to settle among us, more merit in Foley's Honey and Tar very fine Dish potatoes. -

b he will be able to attend to business. : and spend the day with us. Don't fall to and married one of 0111 best friends. than In uny other cough syrup. The Mr. and Mrs. l\enlllol( Tropic, were, Edna Bond has been quite 111 1

farewell reception will be given-on come, we want to compare our pretty Our second teacher Induced her familyto culls\ for It multiply wonderfully and we In Eau I Unllle on Sunday: last with fever for the last few. day. t
I also 1 lunches and is now settled here. Two sell of It than all other
girls with yours, our ; we come, more : cough syrups
day evening, the 2 Ith at'the Palm, Eau Oallloltps reminded of the fact Mrs Ida Nelson' of Miami I la vlsltfng R
will get way back In the shade, and talk others one of whom taught two years, combined." hold by B. R. Wilson are 1
tea( and Mrs. S.: D. Plne, who leave about batteries, dynamo, accumula told the writer that they loved every pupil A Son. that I lie AuvocAl'K silll. runs an up.to- her parent, Mr. and Mr*. Pago, this
an extended trip for the benefit of late Job pi lining department week i'Mr
P.iiue's reverend tote Ignltors, spark coils, spaiknrs, In the school and all the patrons.
8. health. The
nan and hla estimable wife will gen-be parking plugs, pole plugs, hot plugs, In !Still another became the wife of our esteemed Sebastian. J. F. Powell, of Melbourne, has moored Hal'Yer' who has boon quite sick
fact, any'old plug. Be sure aud take townsman, 8. F. Webb, and Is his schooner, the J. F. P., In KanOallla's at Mr. Page with fever Is now some
illy missed not only by their own
and don't happy aa a and seems to love us letter
rch but all and your lunch basket, forget your queen harbor for the summer months. ,
by denominations
all, after knowing; us four years; and
ault.Pneumonia.
public generally. They have endear. bathing 'now our last teacher is happily marl'led Miss Ella Singleton spent Sunday with Archdeacon U. F. Brown conducted J. W. Ilruner and daughter, Miss Winnie -

themselves to all classes and condlt- and settled home, and has the highest regard her sister at Malabar. an Easier. service In Ht. John's church had a dnllghfiil trip to the beach i

M people. We fervently wish them is robbed o' Its terrors by for us. We are proud of our record. Mr anal Mrs. T. P. Howes are enter. on !Sunday last, It bulug has>. first visit and return Haturday.

I speed, and an early return to West Foley's (honey and and bea's Tar.' and It strengthen stops the We have only two or three young men taming this week, Mr Howes' mother, since EllilterIunday./: Carl Wlttfeld left last woek for Palm

In Beach the racking lungs.cough If taken In time it will prevent left, and we will do our best to help the of Oak Hill. Mrs M. !M.' Burns, of Canaveral was. leach, where he will spend a few days

an attack of pneumonia. Refuse next teacher to get one of them. Harry Sample was here Sunday looking the guest of Miss A. Florence lIo,1jt'HOn' with his grandmother, Mrs. P. A. lilac k.Mr. ft

'Jloy's Honey and Tar contains no substitutes bold by B. R. Wilson & Son., after his property In I this. vicinity.Ills on Friday last Mrs. Hum was en and !Mrs.' Carrlngton and son
nee, and will not constipate like CHRONIC BRONCHITIS CUHED. friends are always glad> to see him. route to Hharpes: for a short visit came over from llonaventure Monday af.ernoon ;

rly all other cough medicines. Re- "For ten years I bad chronic bronchitis Mi*. James. Mackie left for Miami oniatuiday so Master Klbert could enjoy
substitutes. Sold Wilson & Son. Jensen. above It"". F. W. Weatherwax and family I
by so bad at times I could not speak '
where Mr Mackleis extensively th.egg-lunt. '
f
until with I
spent from Saturday Tuesday
Coffman t
writes Mr. Joseph
a whisper, 4
engaged In tomato shipping, haying -
friends here. Sunday morning and evenIng Miss Etta Mapos' came Saturday ,
os !'Montmorencl Ind. "I tried all remedies under cultivation up j
Hobe Sound. J, O. Fries, of Tltugvllle, was in the available, but with no IIUCC"....' Furtunarely he delivered nblo sermons to large the n cl large of Mlitml.area near from Eau: Mallle\ for a visit among her

city a few days this week. mv employer suggested: that I congregation y many friends at thin place who are always .
and! Tar. Its effect 1'lio hew barrel factory of the East glad to tea her.
Foley's Honey
try G. B. II.nl, R. G. Hardee, Coy Sample>
he Is erecting nice packing
Buckeye returned frortfher week's Mr. Thorsen a lie was almost. miraculous, and I am now and Scott UiHilduuk took In the enter Coast i Lumber and Supply Company will There will he an entertainment given '4'
House Row
lee on Sund.i: ). afternoon. house In "Packing cuied of the disease. On my recommendation aluinent at Malabnc last Saturday even- Ie"" employment' tii quits a number of at the ncliiK.I house next 'l'u"lIfayeven. j

If. and Mrs. T A Snider: left the Is- will have a fine crop this year. many people have used Foley'n ing, going; up In :Mr. llaidee's launch i.iinN, It is this kind of enterprise. that InlC, Apill the :iMlli. The proceed* will

,I If Wednesday, for Cincinnati, O. Capt. Jobn !McLean' has been on the Honey[ and Tar, and always with satisTaotlon. i They got there just In time to "trip the builds up a town. h. fur the benefit of the Kp: worth

'Au Revoir" sick list for a few days, but Is much bet- ." For sale by Wilson A Son. light\ fantastic. ," but did not hear much Admlial, and Mrs, (Hills. and Miss 01111., I.ealC: II 8. A short piogram Will be given
for If
are blessed a wee short space. ter, and will be out in a day or so. of the splendid program. of Mvllx'Uiiie. bvucli attended the'Ser Irat-then acom"dy, by some of our
with life be
it will to
ID.Irs., come Mr. Goodman, the new night agent at Fort Pierce. Miss Singleton entertained her' pupils vices In Mt. Joint's church uii hiimlay.' homo 1111<'101,." Kveiybmly; I* Invletd to
'The wie the of !Mr.' and corns: and have a iiood laugh. Exercises
recommended guests
party
|
A. I 1.. Shiner and Miss Carey our station, comes highly last week. In two set, having the larger
May i K.: W. begin at 7M> in.
and man. &"". Htlckuey. p.
polite young and the little
for Ormond, Thursday morning of as a competent ones Friday evening ones s
i week C. P. Potts and family have left the The fUhermen are still catching large Saturday afternoon names. were Indulged A dance will be given at McMillan's Monday afternoon' all,. the people, big

St. Lode river section and moved Into numbers of mackerel.We In, and dainty refreshments served hail "rialunUy' evening, In honor of and little,asxeniblrd' at Mr !Munnon'' for
Mph Arthur disappointed our expee- will make their home at both functions; In addition the little one i>f our must popular young lady lie Kaster egg hunt. Aboul I ISOeggsof I
'< the city. They would like to more subscribers -
'oaa by deferring his coming until see this ones had great sport over a peanut hunt gue..i.., vlio leaves shortly for her homeat the most billllant\ colors, guinea eggs,
with from
''her year UII.Our to the ADVOCATE pros i Miss Singleton Is ever on the alert for Holland !Mich.' fur the so inmer.' bantam egg, turtle fgge, kumquat oranges -

'larry Allen popular merchant, O. E. 0900 perous section. the advancement of her 'pupils. She candy egg e'.o., were all carefully ,
joins his family In Jack- will
vllle, and sails on the Clyde steamer with his friend, Mr. Ualdwln, from South Messrs. Fee tfe Stewart have made quite\ mingles pleasure with work so successfully merchandise S. C. Watts business shortly at open the a Hparltan general\ bidden In the gras. (lowers, shrubbery, 4 a

''Che on May Oth.JODie Dakota, went to Palm Beach yesterday, an addition to their store, not having that the children never count schoola stand. Mr. Walt. Is well andfavorll.I trees, anywhere where they could be 0
In a launch. enough room. "grind," but a term of 'pleasant ex grocery concealed. The young folk all Hoed up
Jallle and
known In Eau
we
Rice will not return here this and at the word two three
station ertlon. one go,
to welcome our of Eden held Ills
IDIC as she We are pleased Rev. Mr. Weatberwax wish him every success In venture.
In their
anticipated-her I they went, laughing glee lat
all not engage- agent, Mr.!' Anderson, home again from a services the Baptist church last Sun Miss. Annie Grover proved herself a away p r' it
In Eau In
permitting. !Mr.' and Mrs. Mr. Rlngold, of Lotus, was their success finding so many,
visit Alabama. In hostess last Wednesday
were at- charming
pleasant day. Large congregations most the Easter: which all brought and In a
B. whereour Jallle, on Sunday attending were put
Allen Hill
is to Oak entertained few
negotiating for a beautl- Harper have gone tendance. I evening, when she a e
hunch orvlce at Mt John's chinch. The music large nest, after they were all found
that Is to be built for him for best wishes follow them. friends The time was passed In pleasant
l Robe Sound There will be a musicale at tho Methodist Refreshments by the organist and singing by the choir they were all evenly distributed among j
waters next year. I It is a right hearty welcome that our church on Saturday evening, the.251h conversation. which were was of avery high order and credit toEau the little folk. Then Mrs. Monson., l
was
the dining
opt Alex. J. Goode became a bene- community extended to Frank Austin, lost, under the able management of served In decorated room with, vines Oallle. treated the crowd to the most delicious

tOM Thursday, by leading to the altar who Is with us again for a short stay. Mrs. C. T. McCartv, of Eldred. A rare and beautifully shrubbery while everywhere preen pink C. C. Plogrey has fenced In his resl- home made candles and roasted peanuts.

azle Waters, of West Jupiter. Everybody down this way has a good musical treat Is promised. The qlJar'ett and white dowers( peeped out, rendering' dance lot on corner of Young and 1I0u,,- I. All agreed in saying, "We bad a most de-

I Ira, Charles; B. Jefferson remains to word for "Our Frank," and he deserves by Mesdames Hudson, Blake, Hardee a most pleasing effect. Those present ton streets, and otherwise Improved hit I Ightful time."
'' and every one of them. There Is a brilliant and I'omeroy Is going to be a feature of Messrs. Frank and Plug Sample, property. Mr. and Mr*. Plngrey will be .

h 7 ioatshe bids good.on bye once more future ahead of such worthy young gentlemen bow- the evening. All are cordially Invited were Paris, Lawson Mr. and !Mrs.' (>"0. Hall, leaving shortly) for their summer home Make a Clean Hweep.There's d ., )
'"''11* Harbor as Frank, and]he knows Just to attend. The proceeds will\ be devotedto Lawson at Iletxvan, N. Y. '
Kltcblng
,
to remain until end of Misses Singleton, ,
the prize, too. and of the nothing like doing a thing .
to secure the fitting completion
"uOrmond-by-the-sea. to reach out up Smith Hall and Foster.A Col. and Mrs. perry and Miss. Lucia
timber we like to see that horoughly.' Of all the Salves ever ,
ir. That is the kind of Parsonage, recently purchased by hooked to leave Eau: Oallle for you j
\ and Mrs. Mrs. C. T. Perry are beard of Bucklen's Arnica Halve Is the
W. community. McCurty.Ve
S. Taylor of hart.a grow up In our enterprising lady, Holland Mich. on Monday, The Colonel ,
,
'las.?seaeoohss spent several weeks baa returned from his hope to see our townspeople torn Great Mentation. and bis estimable, family will be much best. It sweeps away and cures burns, It
the of Mr. and J. T. Stanley out en masse, which will be showing sensation In Leesvllle sores, bruises, cuts, bolls, ulcers, skin r
guests York and Is with us for There was a big missed In our social circle, and their return -
\
,
Jefferson, are now registered at the home In New He Is making extensive their appreciation of Mrs. McCarty and Ind., when W. II. Brown of that place, will be anxiously looked for tbls eruptions and pile. (L's only 2to, and k I I

"Mtead hotel Hot Springs, Vs.J the summer. on hi*already magnificent her good work.AFTER who wan expecteJ to die, bad his life coming fall. guaranteed; to give satisfaction by. Sold

,h J? Hobo Sound correspondent appre- plantation, and can show you fruit In saved by Dr. King's New Discovery for by all Druggists. j j
Jour second to none on LA GRIPPE-WHAT ? Unusually tonsumptlon. He writes: "I endured A Thoughtful Man.M. .
compliment dear Mr. and quality I
,tor ,)f the "Pink my" quantity looking firstrate.andIn a backlog cough and a general Insufferable agonies from Asthma but For Sale. t
Is
Paper. We all lie I
river Ind.
the of Winchester
M. Austin
,
,
u his heavy feeling of weakness, often leading to fa- New Discovery gave Immediate
onf possess tba happy nack of best of spirits despite Jour 43,5
say the hour of need.
knew what to do In the
: f
ly Pleasant his factory In tal results after the patient Is supposed relief and soon thereafter effected a com-
things Thank you. by the fire In soap Us wife bad such an unusual oas of mile south of Fort Pierce a 14
the danger point. Foley's Hlmllar corM of COn8Ump.tlon -
,
Net that to have passel pletlt cure. r4
lade r. and Mrs. Russell Yates and Dr. rk.. We all regret him this trip honey and Tar Is guaranteed to care the Pneumonia, Bronchitis and Grip stomach and liver trouble, physicians acre pineapple plantation, 4 acres bear- t
I. took their departure for Buffalo wife did not accompany "grippe cough"and make yon strong and are) numerous. It's the peerless remedy could not help her. H* thought of and log 3 sore' 1 year old, 4 room* house ;

roi'n: Friday last; followed on Saturday for kidney well. It never ails, to stop a cough; If for all throat and lung troubles Price tried Dr. King's New Life Pills and she overlooking river. Some orange trees. + ,
"It Rho left'? brother' ( Yate.) The surest and safest remedy Kid taken In time. Take no substitute For SOc, and 100. Guaranteed by All Drug- qof relief at one and wt finally eared. 'I Apply to, It. U Goodwin,
Is Foley's
T home In
r\Y. for ">err Roch- ney and Cnre.bladder Sold by diseases B. R. Wilson A Sen. tale by B. R. Wilson 01: Son. li8t.; Trial bottle free. Only 25e, at all drug stores Tort Pierce, Via.








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EAST COAST ADVOCATE, APRIL 24, 1903. _

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r -_ Kllmlnatlnjr the Grade Crossing.The ,. ; Florida Bas Coast Pi i

i ns et e 1 work of dispensing with tile< ,
f'f'I
deadly grade crossing/ progresses all 'tlIOCAL

too slowly In every part of the country before : TIME CARD No. 48. In Effect April II I !. |190

and It will probably be a long time -

I of public danger: III SOUTHBOUND-READ DOWN. NORTHBOUND
this source / v "EAO UPNIt.

t wholly eliminated even In the. thickly!] :09 No. 29 No 88
STATIONS. No rgl
9y
populated Rcctlona. s. 4FeA Dully.nap; VaI.y. i I" UIe ,I,

In 1897 the New York legislature 500., 040aLY..Jaok.onvU'... ...... .Ar --71 .. --
t, passed a law providing an annual approprliitlon GOar 04810 ..... .. ... .. .. .H .JllCkJCln.UI..L\. .. 37v
80 10 65 a ... ... .....bt.Augtstine-v..... ... ... II ,. Or 0
of $100,000 to pay the s I' 1118.! .lies. .; Inns.' ... ....... ... . I I. ., : PI )
stntp'd shore of removing existing zJ $ f8 1 1144a . ... Falatka....... ... . .. 4 .n. a"6pl1 I I
t Cyryo 1 1I < p '1a 1411'.Ar. .. ... ......Palatka.. ..... .... .. .. v-1 .. GOO-i.
grade crossings. This share was to be J I, T3G 11 IS a.Lv. ,.... ... .. .. .. .. .Ar"Tv. 1J/,MI," |, t StOP'lIIat 1' '
winning book, one-quarter of the expense of removing II-: :5-h. \r... ... ....... .. ..tiNnalatk... ......... .. .. uI lJ'cli?'
Our money the municipal. a7 .. . 04baLv. . . ... ..San' Mateo ;,. ... .. .. . ..Ar _S ilo ai 11Da4t
written by men who know, tell an extotlrg crossing, rt } : .. ? p Lv. . .... ..... .Neoira.. ......, .. .. .Lv ..',. 1iB'lC't '
all about Ity to pay one-quarter and the railroad c TTRTfli .. ... .. ... .......:BunuellsDupont. ... ...... .. \1'11I"' | inSA.NFOKD
you aop P ...... ... ... ... ..... ......... .. ...... .. 3 5p f.2ePZ. oi'liZOIll
one-half. ... 88Sp 1ii p ..... .. ... .. ..... Ormond. ...... .. . .. .. .Ia I ,? 3eer'DCCC 1y
,. sh 3 Sip. ..... .. ..... .. .. Daytona ... .. .. .. .. SI 17 ,
+ Pot ex-ended II: III i! ? ..... .... .. .. .. ....l'ortOrange. ..... .. ..... .. .J na'> e, 317pAeIz :
I -fIJ_ 8801' Jol p! .... ......N..w 8inyr"ft,. .... .. ... .., . 24. ,
1.<, : 10 lip ... .. .. .... .. "...Oak Milt..... .. .. ...... .. < Hi.i, ItStO"OoU
(,,. They are needed hy every mnn bas gone on at the rate of only $00OOC ll :ZC'" 1088" l.g ..... ... ... ...... Tftuev.lle..O.t. Blapa":
.. who owns a field and a plow, and annum until 1002, and then no appropriation i a 3 8Jp :.. .. Ooooa .............. .. .. .. 12 '>JUI. n'
who desires to get; the moat out per c.4'f C- > u.op 8804. ............::...:Itnukledge .....,....,.., ... .. I I:1Na! ; l"Sp ilICoIIC
of them. was made by the state. la 15ftUCJa 4iip .........'.. ......Knu OallW. .,............ .. .. 1 J'laal! : catao
; card. the removalof 413 p .... ... .. .. .......Mel bourne.J............ ... .1 21.1n :
J'1 They .r./rSend postal This practically stopped CCIll 100lota. 4 UI' .... .. ............8pbll.tI. .......... .: .. 13 tip II(0F )
GFRV14v/ SCALE WDHEr those dangerous grade crossings. UUU. B 431.:' ...... .... BC. Ln ie .:... ........ .. IOU" 11 sr' !.
I. Na..aa .,..... .W Y.rk fC0: 8 Uft 840P ...... .. .......... .Ft.I'I..rce ............ .. 1005 P ii2u :IIOZ.
which, as a rule are not allowed Eu alilla 8114 .... . ..... ...Tlbhala. .............. .... 835-' I a III,
Railroad Gazette Tri-W ccklr Sailings. U 9 41... 8 ir ...... ... .. .Eden. ...... ... ...... .. sit O'
rope. According to the a oJ WD 949a ... ... .. .... ...... Jenann......... .. .... . 9311'1". ;. (- t1
only about sixty-five of the 8.000 c"" 151110 ..... ......... ...... Stuart ... ... ....... .. .. ... "tlvtal-
YORK "W03 8 i lIa .... ....... Hobe Sound .............. ... .. 111 !I ,I'' 14tAD:
; Free and grade crossings In New York have been BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW a.J 8 48 a ...P.. ..... .. WestJupltnr . .S a I' )0
which rate It Ito 4 Ma .... ..........WeetPalmIteach..t...... .. 71511 e26s' oiZ
y Accented Masons. abolished since 1807 at 11I11I .611a 0304... ... ............>...Bi"ynton.v.... .-... ...... .7l4I.I '"
y would take 132 years to get rid of those Calling at Charleston. both ways) 1106. ...:. .... ..... .... ..Delray.... .. ..........,. ? Dip 1 e50a04I !
.6 Ola ............... ,FI. Laude'daleHallandale .. ..... ... .. 801" 8 j
a, now in existence In the state. the Coastwise Service ::I 1- 6 !ISa60a .... .......... ..... ....:.............. ; I 3a' .
r rI. Is doing somewhat bet. The Finest Steamships m a 6 ... .. ...... ..,. ...Lemon City ... ... ...... .. .. ill ; :ae Z
rcnnnylvunla
.
I No. 00f' 70U. A... .. .. ... ... MI..ml..T.. 0.0: ;, -. "" .
Indian ter than the Empire. State In gettingrid ,;; _
The Clyde New England and Southern Lines. SCHEDULES: : OF BRAWCII LINES.
J River Titusville. of the grade crossings, but this Is Direct bervlce Between

1 f' In part at least duel' .to the fact that BRANCH. ORANGE CITY BHANfcH.

Lodge Florida. Homo of the railroads are working In Jacksonville Boston Providence and all Eastern Points -
12 No. 3 I No. 1Pally 8.
No. 11
INo.'fr.Dail
f ....,onI.III'' fourth Fri. STATIO.NH.: INo. !).
Holdn Its nitfetniK the I
h Indian Illvellotol this direction for self protection.MnssacliUHctts (Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) )! Pally I Hall Du
Hay of each month, a their room ......... Tltuaville .........Ari'l 80
". .. u'nluok makes much fee) a > p I
1 a '
TltU.11. at :3O > ui. very IHnnthhntmfl
rt y. | SEMI-WEEKLY. .. .. ..... .from Lewis Wharf, Boston a Lv. .......... .)lIm..A.. '! 1 07 p t sop 1010aLv..N.SmyrIJII..ArI1.0n I
.
J. L. Carruthern Wor..h'l.r.,1' Miuittir.. better showing than cither New Yorkor ........ .. ... ... ...'. ..". ... 7I'S I.v. ......... Oeteeg.Ar1161a 0 Hp I 11llsLr.Lake Be' irlits 1
ril.. .. ... ..I. ... ........ .. .. ....from foot of Catherine Street, Jacksonville a. ea p
T. H..l4o"'l..r. Bun lor W n. Northbound. . 1M" l.,v..... ..Kinerprlaa.. .... .Ar II DO a G 15 11 BUa Lvo''ange .\r IJ fi
W. Carrull, .In ill Warden.. Pennsylvania. The Buy State provides -- 100.._Ar .. ... StnfTd"' .. ._. .1.r 11 no ,a 9 80 P II 4\ aUr. .Or.rityj/, L% H Job I
: .
M. Plxon Tr aitnrnr.
''t'A.. A, Moritan Hecretary. ror an expenditure of i)0.000 annually St. Johns River Line. IJ,2J: No. 21 No. 19 oT1 No 181 NOD:
H. K. Rrcwu ('h JlI..in. for this purpose, The railroad Clyd 8\1n"Bund.y Ually.. D.itlyex I MAYPORT BRANCH. I I D"iIY i 1 dun Nu
I J. K. W.lkerIMIIII..r LHinoou. Line. only. only. Sun __01py. DOl''
P. W. Iliiherti Junior l>eaonn. have to pay l tT! per rent of the cost, the (DnKary )
F. M. Tavlur, Senior Btewnnl.P. BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND SANFORD. lOOp 10 08 a 00p9P 880a Lv./.Jllokeonvlll..Ar. . 74 ,,' H2SP 1 r
A. |XIHHV| Junior Steward. state 23: per rout and the municipalityabout 2 oa 10 13 a 855aLv..So.Jtoksnvlile. ..Lv. ... 18110 U22p 0 ,
St. Francis, Harosford (De I Land), and intermediate land- ..... ... .. .
M. K. English: Tyler cent. Dei-lslon In the mat Stopping: at Palatka Astor, IItll' ICI..lla tOp 905aLv.Pablo Beach .Lv 'eta 11 ""a, 4
lOper
IDKIOII thet..lobn'iltiver/ 2 tap 10 60 a 8 I 4Jp II It a Lv..AtlanticBeach..Lv. .. 7 !Xa! IIlh
-- ----- ---- I - -.. ter rents with the nillrond\ cotnmln lon. STEAMER "CITY OP. JACKSONVILLE" aOp 11 08 ft 7001'f 118.. Ar....... .Mayport .. ......Lv ,... .. .6 41a 11 lea 41 4

'. ;,ST; LOUIS' PREDICAMENT. Million. have been, spent In Massachusetts H APPOINTKI) TO BAIL FOLLOWS. : and Thera Time T.oblp.show the times at which tralmay be exncofM to a'rlvI!and d..,.
.. .. . Sundays, Tuesdays T3ur.I"yaLeave
In letting Hd of grade crossings Leave Foot Catherine Street Jacksonville J:30.:.; p.. w. .. .. .i.. .. ... from the several stationS but their a rival or departure at the times stated 1- not nuaruti;: <
Bauronl H:30 a. lu.. .. .. ... .. .. .. MundaysWadnusduysandFridaysSntthlnnmd. nor does the Company hold itself responsible for any delay or any ounseituenca arising.
r. and us n result the percentage of thiscinss .. MCI11''IULE.: l'iorthh"UDd. f.I'otn.
More Than Forty Million Dollars Available head up.
Mot 4> of accidents has been greatly re Leave Road 8 down/.SO .. .... .. .. .JAfKSOVVILLK .. ... .... .. .. ...... .."'rrlvel.HI..m: (
fur nil KxponlHun-aut nHollar .. K.4A I.m.. ..... .. .... .. ... ...1'ALATK*... .... .. ... ... ........ .Leave8.iKip.iu KEY WEST AND HAVANA.
{. toe Hold. duced. .. 8.110..11I.p.m... . ... .. .... ... .AHTOK . .. .. .... .... ... .. ... 2,30I.m
< situation the The grade: crossings,: cause ninny accidents. ..80 a.1ll ... ... .. .. ... .. .. ST.PRAMia.. .. .. .... ,.... .... .... ." 1.00 p.m PENSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT
{ Such is confronting MIAMI.
the w ... .... ,. .,. .. .. .BERESFOItDDeE.AND: .. ( ) .... ........ ..... .* < 12.00 n'n .
t citizens of St. Louis, when too late to Impede tnidlc and binder theruproveinent ArrIYe .M a. in.... .... ... .... .. .. ... WANKRl> .. .. ..... .... ...... ... .... 9.30 a.m In Effect April 16, 1903.
I'4 j >btaln the construction of anything of a of adjacent property andIt .. )O.OO.m... .. ... .. .......KJiTtKI'lllSB: .. .. .'. ....... .....v... .. lO.ooa.ni -' --- -- -=
permanent nature f<.r the housing and SOUTH 8 UND. NORTH BOONO.
r Jeedlnif of their expected visitors that should be the policy of the railroads Gen'l Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 W. Bay St.. Jacksonville.F. L"JIII.mI8'n..Tb..r,. ..... . .. ... ..... lli\a Lv Havana Mon.. Ft.a . 11(1\(\
l'' to eliminate themas ArXeyWest Snn.Thur. ...... ...... .....>}] iij, | \ AeKeyWest !IIo..., Frt. II
q, the Exposition officials, from Uov Frau- as well aa the public IRONMONGER J.., Aist.Oen. P.... Age. 204 Went May St.,Jack onvll1e. Fla. West Sun. Thur ...... ,......:... 13 8)p Lv Key West Tu..... Sat. . Ii rArHavanrMonhi
\ ole down, are appealing to Ine publicaplrlUMl npeedily'as possible THO8. D. HALEY, Local Krt. Agt. Jaoknonville. U. I*. LOVULL AsHt. Bnpt.. Jacksonville. .. .. ... .. .. .... ... 7 oo a Ar M lamt Tuen.. 8"",. .. .. 13;
I of the to du JOHN. L. HOWARD Superintendent. Foot Hoiran St..laoksonvllleFla.
: capitalists city ,'.. ...... York CLYDK! MII.NH, Oeo. Frt. :New York.
t something to alleviate the situation A. O. HAOKKTY. fien'l, Xu 1' A {t. New Agt. For copy of Local Time Card or other Information address. any Agent
: THEO. O. RdJcR: General Manaicer. WM. f (OLVUK CO.. General Agents.Che
I, To do what they can, In response to For Constipation Indigestion .ehrougb BulldiuK. 19 State St., Opposite Battery Park New York.' JT. D. RAIUTER Aaat. Gen. Pass. Agent., ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.

: the appeal, a few well-known gentlemen Try a bottle of our world's laxative Afolets O. II. WALTON. Agent, Tittiaville l< la.
Louis have secured site Immediately
4 ot St. a
at all\ druggists. B. K. Wilson A
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adjacent to the Fair Ground, and
Son agents for Titusvllle, or mailed tony
, have organized a company for the pur- address on receipt of lOots In stamps. <> :RI> E. C.
and hotel 1 SE.A.B JOHNSON
r" ,pose of erecting/ equipping' an Address. The Moo Chemical Co., Jack .
'to accommodate luone Intending to sonville.
visit the Exposition and who desire toisooure AIR LINE RAILWAY.

.I r their quarters In Hdvance. A Nebraska young woman who fancied Groceries and Fresh Meats
whom this bei'I
. All those to appeals\ can vf
I positively assured of ien.,rvailons being she was a poet committed suicide KOR- ;4

made for them In such an lintel for the >ecuutM' she received HO' many: "not SAVANNAH, COLUMBIA, CAMDEN SOUTHERN PINES, RICHMOND, '*

extremely low rate of two dollala per available" slips' from newspaper\ and VVASIUNOTON, BALTIMORE PHILADELPHIA, NEW YORK, of all kinds.
day for board and lodging for as many

i r d a yseuudltion all they being desire that to remain.they so The signify only who magazine turn down editors.budding The cruel poetic censors genius' Three Elegant Trains Daily Fruits and Vegetables in Season.

, .t lelr Intention at once, and as u. guarantee : take upon themselves a frightful re- Seaboard New York Limited. Mall Orders Receive Prompt Attention.
to the Compnnv teat they will come,
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y >aend to the Cook Hotel\: Excursion Jo.\ ponslbllity. Seaboard Express Seaboard Mail. cocoa. e rz8.

I of St. Louis. the tuin of two dollars who Tourists Try Comfort.It .
'Will Immediately) furwuid a receipt of MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT.The .

membership card This oal'd. upon presentation Is what Its name Implies. If you Seaboard New York Limited Is a veatlbuled train composed exclusively of IF YOU WANT A.
at the hotel any time during the are troubled with your bladder, kidneys, Pullman Kqurlpment: : Dining, Compartment Drawing Room Hleepers and Observation .. .
Fair period, upon one week's notice rheumatism or heart trouble, take Comfort Curs operated solid 8t. Augustine and Jacksonville to New. York via Watth-

will entitle members to accommodations It Is pleasant to take and harmless. Ington; leaving St. Augustine at 12:10: ( p. m. nod Jacksonville at 1:20: p. m. Southbound
mentioned, and be credited to their no- All druggists 50ots a bottle. n. R. Wllon this train la known as the Seaboard Florida Limited. Lot

count us so much cash paid on total! bill. A Son agents at Titusvllle. For ONLY LINE Operattng Dally llirouKh Sleepers Jacksonville to New Orleans.. .Building
..0.0;. This two dollars advance payment Is required further particulars write your troubles: i ..
to the Moo Chemical Co. Jacksonville
for the of Insuring ,
wholly purpose For full Information and sleeper" reservations call on any Agent
y sufficient patronage nt this low rate, Fla. ________ Seaboard or writeA. i or a lot with a BUILDING READY FOR OCCUPANCY
warrant the expenditure of so large
in Co amount as Is necessary. for construction General Alejandro Wos y Gil Is the O. MAoDONELL, A8 t. Oen. I'ass, Aft. Jack8onvllleFlorida.) LAtfD FOR AN ORANGE GROVE

and equipment of buildings: which -- -- ---- -- TRUCK CARD
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i leader of the latest revolution IP Santo ---- -- -- -- -- ---- 1UNEAPPLE PLANTATION; or
t. 'AS roust be apparent to all, will be a total .
loss at close of Exposition, or nearly touiingo. If hIs name In used by his We probably have for sale just what you,are seeking.

: e0. followers.a. a warcry, It ought to strike Atlantic Coast Line iTT Settlers are flocking In but .tl11lhere Is room. If you I
The hotel) will\ be but two stories high: terror to the hearts of the opposition.
and practically fire proof located on the looking this way, drop a line to

highest and most delightful site In the The mainsail of the Shamrock 111. Is
oily and being In the immediate vicinity JAS. E. INGRAHAM 3rd Vlce-Pre.ident.
t' of the Fair Its patrons will be saved the aid to weigh 2,800 pounds. The sailors, The Great Through Car Line from Florida. ,

1 ctrdeal of !gutting to and from the Fair by however, will find It much easier to lift. PLORIDA EAST COAST R'Y,

.the already over-tazed street oar and him Sir Thomas will the cup. TO Tn EAST. ST. AUGUSTINR. FU
t. I other transportation companies. Over Its own rails to Savannah Charleston, Richmond and Washington, thencevia .
The hotel will\ be conducted by Mr. the Pennsylvania Railroad. -- - -- --- ---- --' "
=Now Unit till' iwirts. have begun to
'Chas. M. Hill, formerly manager of
"strand Hotel Cincinnati ; Midland Hotel, ,>noln| female biiHelmll players "gov- TO TilE WEST.

Kansas City and Windsor Hotel, Denver ,'rlltll..1.. \h y Injotietlou"\ may in timei The Louisville & Nashville, via M')ntgomey. The Mobile & Ohio R. K. SOUTHERN RAILWAY.

all leading hotels, thus Insuring its Y" '".v .
.patrons every attention and comfort TO THE EAST VIA STEAMSHIP.

"possible. Via Savannah and Ocean Steamship Company for New, York Philadelphia, Bos
No further advances or pajments will ton. Via Norfolk Steamer to New York Washington and Baltimore. Via Savannah In Connection with Florida East Coast Railway. Effective January 14 IN1T:()!._
A 1>o asked or required until arrival at the Men i oi Oil" .
. and Merchants' and Miner Transp'orttaion Company for Baltimore -
hotel, and should any be unable to come aud PAlladetphisI N"10/ I INn. :341 I Nit. 311 HF.1'WEEY!: JACKSONVILLE, AND NEW!: YOIt K I No.III: \o.:. Jl yo..
other unavoidable
because of sickness or 2 IP'
:
7bap : s4aa LvJscksottvtilenla.SouthernRaiiway.Ar .
auses, their, receipts or memberships 1.1:41110: : //1.1 :ltJp 14MI' Lvtlav..nuah.Ua .. ,.1.tIouthernHallw.y..Ar III.I 50iuahJ, "
i. may be transferred by giving notice, aa TO KEY WEST AND HAVANA. tuba : 11:1: a 9204 ArCharlntteNC. 8uuthem lIallw..y.....L" 425a: '
Ito
ft only those holding such receipts will be Via Peninsular & Occidental Steamship Company. 8 vbu I 8 ba a Ar Richmond. s ... S ui ern Ra way .v I I150p': ... T'
entitled to Ilia privileges. of the hotel l at Timbers of oak keep the old lea 74a Wuiih'lItOl: D.C.9.nuhergltailway.; ...Lv 10MaI 'lip! ;
rates mentioned. It must be apparentto UI\tJI'JIU Ilia II OOa Arllilithnore..nd. .....I..nn..ylvllnla. T.v 6 .!a :: iPlttt'" '
homestead standing thrbugh Connection Made Jacksonville forall PointsMILK : \ aup It 14a: Ari'tllisdel'Illal'a. .I.ennMyl"anl..R.y..Lv 35.kI: I :' 3y:
I all that the memberships. will soon be 13 I' I "41i I Ar I'oew York. .. Penneylvanla It.,. LY 1.1: tea It 4D.31 I
i 'worth a premium and all are therefore the ... leavri. dell1cept
years. It pays to use the A OK TICKETS. \ and 3A-'rbeSouthern 1..111I Limit". arrives ,Lilly ;
advised to act quickly dubs of twentyor tlunllaya. Vas. 3a IIlId 84-"New York and FI..reda Expreasit; Daily Dining Cano.
more will be allowed a discount often right stuff. Interchangeable mileage tickets good over 13,000: miles of among the principal N.lIt: 50,5."wa.ltngtnit and Florlia Limited" Dally. s
per cent. on their entire bill. railroads in the southern .states are on sale by the principal agents. n.6o: I IJ I It.tiweenJaeksoni1leand, the North amWest 'I', (: I '-' d

Make remittances, with name and address Men of oak" are men in Fof reservations and Information apply to agents of the A. C. L., or write, 11211 a 14.) P I.v .1."k..onvUle. Fla .... flouth..rn, Ar 8'10 ."
and address all 36111' 3 1U. Ar\lMcolI.Ua .... .. .. .. .. RltulternR..llwa, .. .Lv. t II : 1061
of each (ersou, rugged health whose fRANK O. J1OYLSTON: Commercial Agt. W. D. STARK Trav. Pass. Agt. 81Up 1120. ArAtl .nta. ..... .. .. .. .. ... 8"uLhernn..llwa. .. ..... .4vP1l I :III
communications to, men m: West St. Astor Building\ JACKSONVILLE FLA. 10"1\1' 1I"n a Ar'h..ttano..IJ&.Tenn.. ... ,... fI..uth..r..ltallway. .. .l.v '' I" I, .Ill''
Bay ,
I L TILE COOK HOTEL sir EXCURSION 7611. a 13'Jp ArCincmnti. tihio.. .. .. .. (lneeo"" Cre.cent .. ... .1,v s r ,
bodies made of the sound. T. M. KMEKSON Traffio Manager.': W. J. CRAIG Gen'l. Pass. Agent. -- a vM1l
CO., 12'JO: :! Holland Building, St.: Louis. are / 11:10..: 8311p- L..Clllclnnalt. ... ...... . .. ]hgF'our.. ..... . .. .. .. .Ar I8 /' I lOll,;
b We refer with pleasure to any of the est materials. WILMINGTON, N. C.HERBINE. :30 P 7 10 a Ar ('II lea..,.. III.... . .... Big Four.... .... .. .. ..... Lv 8 3IIV ("II

Imposition otllclals or to banks and leading -- r _---- -- --- I if'l.fV Lv Clucinnat Ohio .. .. ... Penny vanla .tnee. . Ar 6 41 ': 1001-
o n"---j T3oa ,.. .. .. ... sD .
the : ArChicagnIlL .. .nn.ylvaulaLln..A! Ooil830a
] bu.lnlJ..1IIeo throughout country Childhood is the time to lay / 84Ss Lv Clucinoat Ohio ... .... .... CHAD-Monon. . .. ...AI ;; 1'! 1 is I 0II'Arhloatt".JI.
will bo .11
< whose names given upon 5 6A : ;1 ....... ....Lv n OI ,
the foundation for .p.. .!... _a_ .... C H a lt-Monon. .';
tippllcallon. a sturdy constitution (120 a45 Lv i lnolnnati Ohio .... .... .. C[ ,i(flchlgan: e.ErnT'Ar t' .... : ;Vl220p
& 1" a ArTiednOhlo, .. .. .. .. ..:. CItaIa-MichiganCentral LvII. : \I'' "I'
that will last for year. 4_21t: ..p.. 131\ a Ar Detroit MI..h... .., C II.Iit 1)-Miuaigan ('entlY Il' v'' I :aoi
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HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY.The 1 I Is a veritable dragon of Ill-health It 84ta aOop L. nchutaTTlii.. .. .. ... .. 1'ennsvt.ntatInes.. .. ..ALr N r ,' iat'
Scott's Emulsion is the right morn physical wrecks than probably any leaeslnitspnth other 8 "'Ir !IMAr'\tt_ burll.I'" .. .... "ennMJyaul..lJlle".... . ,
+rnllulnAmericans. one dloeaaory 830.. Olfp: f.v..lnclltn.tl.Ohl.i .. .... ... 1I11l..onr.. .. ... . . Ar It. ill
annual' meeting will be held in tuff.Scott's. ', of WIivI bimplybccauseupon the first indication .-'L 64_' ArCle..el..I.Ohln .... .. ... Big Four.. ... ..... ... ._.. Lv : If'
the ,
Miami May :5I( and 7th-excursion tick- ,, quinine.malady or tLet the dead st Ic a is u.nally icourgud with 7m.: liMp Lvl."tnllto .Ky . .. .. ... Southern! Hallway.. .. . At id' I' 91035a '
ins, good May 3rd to 11th. May by taken Emulsion stimulates Don't Do It. It'y.mineral-calomel Dan : IIll\p ArinoMv111eKy. .. .. .. K"uthernUallway.. .. .. .. t'lln' .W'tU
Brous, It 1aa't ... ... .. y
4 white of -. -: necessary other. hVe at an ArStUUisMo... .... . Southern Railway. :
i* by any responsible person the of pOaltivWy guaranto0 .. L ap .. . t'I
send dollar growing children : L.I."ll1lltoD.K. .. .. .. Southern hallway .1'
either sex. Simply: one to powers : .. II 3R1' .ArLout".I". K'.. .. .. .. .. Pconn..lv.nlAUo. .. .t" N '; _
the secretary, postoltice box :S21:! JackHonvillo helps them build a firm .. 13'.1. ArCbl.tIrfl.III.! .. .. .. .. ... .. PennMyl""nl. Linea.. .. .. '" "'''1
Pl.t., and he will\ mull you a certificate bruvslty and nssesr T1 v airs any torn or nu4r4, Ts I. ,"...II.nd 6'hloal1''' an.1 FI"n"..8\lal"\ art ve. ...si p except 1Ilond. I l..ave. I
of membership, good! for one year foundation for a sturdy consti- 5,4 purcty' ,Irnm hrrbQ I sane has of all their the .r,ta.. nr quinine sundavs. I>lnlnlf "ano. No.. 13and14-"The Florida ciall' 1)lningc1r. .I, .
which will\ secure you the low rates rail I ew'r'' 't.alL ilnr. kidney and deadly.ennaeb eitreb.u.uble.It \n. I"Thnmeh! inn of the f\k,. \w 211 No.6 x..lal.llec. Jax'v le R Kan.. YI : T t t17SIp :

and hotel free excursion at Miami and a ution. SOoperbottla All Druggists.I F'ack.onyl\le.R..R'\ ... "I 92naI i 1 921it 'I'jI..lack."n.1I1. ., .RY Ar : I" I It
of the elegant yearbook when lastieil. Vh.nn.b.. ... 510413Me OI.Arllla""n., .. .. ..tur. Rp 1' ., I I23Tp tutMo I
copy I 1 /In p I A.. .. .. R,. 4lOt> SlOp & _..ArAtlan' .... .S.RI 4r III
lUtes, one cent. mile each way on the Send for free) sample / :: i Ar Hot MpringsSO. Rv..Lv l2: 4'1I36a1l4llaArlill'1lllnllham..J1Io..R'' t I":..
"jt. S.:: A: F. and F. F:. C., one anj one-half I, 9 plalArCiocinnatl.q.S ....L" 80 p,! ., ...I goapjArDfemyhis... ...Fraace. i+ '
-ent: on the other roads. A rare opportunity SCOTT BO'V'4!E:, Chemists I ",..Fri's' \ -- i

to see the most Interesting and 4OO-415 Pearl Sti-udt. New York. I .... l3andl*_The. Florida LlmtUMU" Dall,. Dining ......

novel part of Florida. i I I BOo. t>i... ifif. *.. Jrutgtats. 11. It. WILSON SON" II. P. CAItY, Dist. Pas". Agt, 108 W. Bay St., Jackson'leer PiasR









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KAST!; COAST ADVOCATE, APRIL 24, 1903. 1
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V1LLE.OXTHKiyDIANRlVER.. ,
HATS FOR SPRING. WMA5: PROPER D1CT1 :NEW YOKKHotel' ..


: IAN:: ::: RI'V'ER-20TELt: : :: : .,' Some of the New Crratlona .ArI'oruin PLEASINGioa I

Iq Lace and Flower. *
(Special Correspondence] Marlborough

TITUSVILLE( ,, New 1'01'1.prll 7.-Without wlshlnz .

to draw comparison! which Sire. TarthiKton -
1L FLORIDA says ore odorous I think it la Broadway, :UOth and 37th Streets, NEW YORK. ,

life to remark upon] the real I i Poetic . ,_. ,100 UOOIUII. 200 bath' rooms. Lighted entirely with electric lights. Con- ,
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of the huts. ducted on American and European plans and IN managed tinder the personal
J, U. BAST, Proprietor appearance now They are ,
not ultOKether bits", of liu'o ribbon nnd' "11...'.- a 'ii riiiji III nil of the tlgh supervision/ of the owner. ..
and deb HluulcM! tIt thi s.'iisoir. E. S. rROWELL, Manager$ l ,
other materials us! they; lujva been, but N
DUCK SHOOTING. these colors li noon Hud the puswlon> fotuervPilzliiv t
materials" simple! In theumelvea,
1 1 t aw and FISHING, have been trained by genius into something things linn reached milt
I SSeZISisSSSetUUtlEklcte tom TIWIIII in (the !burned colors tunwoven Broadway and HIt :Street, 1,1
more than n hut usually! Htnnda Hotel Yendome .
i S* Rates in with ribbon, velvet IH 1.t
t : : $2 50! per day. Flowers or n fuvortte.
.. for. where they urn u +dt nro NEW YORK CITY. ,
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OLIVE
-:- ------ -"'' $10 and $12 per week! put on the hut not no much to ilcroruto : HAUPICU.

it us'" to express! some uieaflliijf, and FIREPROOF. ;JOO rooms, single nnd en suite, with private baths and toll
=-------JACKSONVILLE.'INDSOII -- thus there Is n new spirit In the spring YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARE TAKING rooms. EUROPEAN PLAN loud rooms l.Nj/ ; huge rooms $:j; and with-

_. millinery that of poetry nod ""IH't'. When you take Grove's Tasteless Chll private bath *i.50) per day and upwards. The management under the per
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Straw burnt sized and plait 1\111 Tonlo because the formula Is plnlnl1 I "
iional supervision of the owner. FRANK OUUEN, Manager

: HOTELJACKSONVILLE'S. a e also mingled with chiffon, lace, chenille, simgly printed Iron on every and bottle Quinine showing In a that tastelesifo.m. It la .. -_. ._,_... ,-- - --. .. -- ----....-'- -'" -- -. .. ---.--
velvet and shirrlngs of soft silk mouanelliiea -
FINEST AND rr.OHfIA'S form the foundations while No cure, No pay ilOcts. n

LARGEST:::: AND BEST YE: Ui I -ROUND IIOTEL. tulle, loco, algreta, plumes and blon-, FC>JE1: S.. .LE:.

Bourn without'number form the bodies Repairs by Road Machine ---- .. .. ._,--- ---- .
The \\1'11 Yt'll'd"n)' should never! ; bo repaired
of the huts. The crowns are wide antI
( li.\ the use of plows or scoops. Hotel with Seven Cottages; and 10
mostly rather Hat, while the brims are
The plow breaks! III| the compact surface : ,
$ & :ai everything that mind can conceive. which age and trutHc bus made Acres, of Han One: lovely and,poetic hat was as flat
tolerable. Uurth: roads can be rapidly '
na n pani-ake and made of row after
: 1 judicious use of rond
J 4 repaired by a ,
of tender chiffon foldi.. TIle
row green; The road '
rollers.
inuclilni'8 Hnd rand hta F..
b t
l brim was laid In several folds BO that "n.
j& s& ..5ODGE machine places the material where It
It was quite thick. Under it was a layer la most needed, and the roller compacts
Ir of hnndHome heavy lace through mid keeps It there. 'l'he.llibor
whose meshes the faint showed
green manufacturedfor
rq2N saving machinery now
rondhtilldliw Is just us effectual

and necessary us the modern mower,
self binder mid thrasher. Itoiul grntl.t'rs -

J : I1Utl l rollers are the modern inventions Wf* l awfflTJ
necessary to permanent anti economical ?
r construction. Two men with ift Wiy **

tw"iQ1 two tennis can build' more road in one
r. uv4.
( 4c day with n grader and roller than fifty H t i* ; -

'4 men can with picks and shovel and

Jo It more uniformly and more thor- !

A CULLENS, OWNER AND PR!>I'IUETons. Migbly. __ __ ____ ,
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Tourists'
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While visiting Florida, we ask that you y4ty 'r .Jf N"1T A ,f'1't' ra 1 (
I. lo not full to buy a bottle of Jomfoit, l
lOYAL HOTEL JACKSONVILLE, FLA. he wonderful kidney, bladder and rheunatism

remedy.! For sale by all drug' g
rials. D.) K. Wilson it: Son: agents .at
'Itnsvlllo. r "t
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Opposite postoffloe. Centrally located. Thoroughly repaired and le- \ Oil Hi.rlnklr.l HoniU In Franc Located at SAKNO, three qnnters of a mile south of EAU OALMK, VJ.OUI- '1i 4

KxpcrlnifiitH In Kpi'Inkling raids> with DA, on the Eau Gnllte. River/ loss than half a mile from the Indian lilver, and two> .

novated. Newly furnished throughout. Llbeially conducted '11", Tilde pilroU'iiin' ,lii Kriuice have no far and a half miles from the Ocean. The property Is two hundred miles south of I ,

/ SOME NEW SPitING HATH. been attended with excellent results lackHoovlllo/ on the Florida. East Const Railway, with Station adjoining d

lUtes $2.I! lJ per day and up. delicately On the left Hide under the and ore of being road continued.over which oil The has 101lA'"tstretch been the property llulldlng erected In 1 18IKI, and some of them have Defer ,

brim there was one shriveled white' sprinkled Is Dear St. Germain where been occupied, the original owner having died nfew months after their completion. '

D. W. SPEIIRY Proprietor rose, with brown awl wrinkled foliage!'. he surface has been hardened and The hotel wn opened for about two months prior to the uwner's death and

On the place where the crown wpuld made duslloss. while the gray color Is halt not been used since. All the buildings were elected In the most substantial

be. Happening there was a crown wm restful to the 'yes. The road can be manner and are now Id excellent) condition., The hotel and cottages are complete- I '!

Cedar a fine white nlgret held by a twisted wept as easily as-an asphalted Btrert.i Iy ftll'DtKllttIaDlt very little of the furniture him .over been used. Thero are two ;;
West and Streets.JACKSONVILLE
(ESTMORELAND HOTEL Bay dark green velvet knot and so placed + .
wells cisterns connected with sower etc, '
artesian ,
,, FLA. that It almost lay down. The feathery twenty o ;
part was", turned to the front. Many I i beauty and Stronth The property cost the orljlon.lowner 118,000) and will be sold i\t" sacrifice. +

American plan. Centrally located. Just built and open- algrets are seen and all are Bet forward Are desirable. You are strong andIgorotm The above out fairly represents the property t

ed this season. Fine cooking' and good table. Hot and Cold Water In the mime way and held by : when your blood is pare For particulars apply to or address "1;
some kind of ornament in that post lany-nay, most-, fall to properly tl- EZRA F. HATCH. D. J.. GAULDKV, WM. A. WARNOCK,
Baths, Elevator etc. Five minutes from any wharf or depot. All tiou. rest their food, and so become pale bright.Less sal-. Caretaker on premises, Attorney for Owner, Agent for Owner v ,
I noticed one queerly shaped hut. It low. thin and weak, while the Eau Uallle\ Floiltla. 'lltusvllle }<'II\. Jamaica N. Y. i ,
street cars pass the door. Rates, 2.00 to $2.r per day. !, freshness and beauty of the skin .
was part turban! but with the !brim ... '
this -- --
and, complexion depart. Remedy "" -' -
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Mrs. A. J. WALKER Proprietor. made to stand out straight on the right npleasant evil, by eating nourishing OFFICE"All r// f
"THE If
Bide and front, while the rest was hlglbrimmed. fJ"d. and taking a small done of Ilerblnu ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING .
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Tbo whole lint was made after each meal, to dluest what you :
SEABKEE'ZE. of. !braid an Inch wide in black and ave eaten. flOo, at II. It. Wilson A: boa./ kind of Commercial Stationery printed at the above olllce ,

thnt the black and!
HO
-- white woven! '
white formed n pluld. There was a lit. ', "
tie chiffon drawn around the
he Clarendon Inn SEV BREEZE, FLA. and almost In front was on all black f' ,'i' : I
n
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algret held by a rich silver and Jet ''', ,,

arrow. One striking bat was made of ;' ,,4 ,

OPEN THROUGHOUT TUE YEAR plain rouKhlwli; straw In a beige shade. : '

It was slightly dipped In front. while "' !
Facing the Set Entirely remodeled, refurnished and under ,new manage/ the whole thing was covered with geraniums 7ntatota

count Best Northern Service Specinl' rates by the week and for the season. in scarlet and pink their velvety -
petals covering the whole with .
Clarendon Inn buses meet all trains at D.tytona Station. Address the Claien-
out any foliage. .
lon Inn :Seabreeze:! Florida. E. I* POTTER, Prop. On the other hand there are thousands I

C. H. KNAPPE, Mgr. of huts with more foliage than A NEW INVENTION :
nature produces them-violets ,
flower, as ,
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JKNSIN. white blossoms and masses of the ( Ii i

beautiful green leaven; dogwood flail .t: Recently Patented all Over the World. :JiJ

JENSEN, FLA. lilies orchids, hydrangeas, roses, hi- .' ,! I
L '; r I
FRESCO RO'TE L
Center of Pineapple Belt. biscuit lilies of the valley and roses ofevery I" I
known kind. And this by no 1

L@ UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT. "TOs means exhausts the list. ,: : The Walton. '
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The prettiest location on Indian River. Large, beautiful grounds. Near In the makeup hats-for there are f I

the Ocean. Fine Fishing! and Hunting. Terms reasonable. Letters and many that ore for sale ready to trim- 4 .
Telegrams reserving rooms will receive prompt attention. there WUD one exquisite thing for a : ;

JOHN S. PAliK, Owner and Proprietor. yoiin;: woman. The flat Itself was of Self-Locking Tackle Block..
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pale blue,chiffon laid In flat folds andwithout ,
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a crown.Vben there Is no f :
WKST ARVEKNE. L. I.
PALM HEACH crown, there Is a bandeau beneaUi! the Made, III various' nhspes and klzoii, of \ '

hat which serves to bold It on the ueud. WOOD, IKOV and BHON/5K. Will I ,J \
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OTEL LaGRANGE LaGrange Columbia Hotel. Over the chiffon was laid a piece of work equally well with rope, chain or : ; }
.1 heavy white lace, and above that like I wire; .
wreath lay pink crush rones with rope.Will j'! ri tJ
,
and Park Avenue. a down
Direct Ocean Front work at any height. upside I
Fronting Liike Worth. Just!' a couple of leaves. Ilenenth! the r i r
and will "
at angle
horlz "'aIl1. or any ,
brim there were some '
of the
WEST AKVERNE BY THE SEA, L. I. left side .J.I
PALM BEACH FLA. and look a point ?
more roses and serous the back partly atop any t .

Xow Open for Gueata."Geo Grand Opening on Decoration Day. falling on the hair, a whole big bunchof Invaluable for every kind.' of business ,f I
buds scarcely showing: the pink so, where a block Is needed, freq.eotly. 'f i''t"
e. LaGrange Manager. Mrs Geo. C. LaGrange, Manager. Intended to .' :
small they were appear.A lag the labor of tine man or Inure. {
dat hat of white, chiffon bad a 4 Nothing" !! like It for hanging or stretchIng I, t I
tinted hydrangea ,, 1 fl' 1 I
C. wreath of delicately y' ? ? l "
ASIIKVILLK, N.: ? li<)*., l'
_. all around the brim and a flat looped :
14 ." r Addruss all communication to,the
-- bow of ribbon to match hanging at the
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fBE OAKS HOTEL ASIIEVILLE, N. C. of back.all white Another chiffon striking and loulslne confection ribbon! wa I ,ih ::1i1,1, III"" Walton Seli Locking Block Go I s r ,; I j ;

ON CAR LINE. with a big rose spray, with lots of foil.ajlt' (Incorporated.[ ) I '.t.
:
; one Jack rose and one bud. The ,
around the Office and Wardroom, 4Oi Atlantic Ave. f
., ''HI<' to j.CiO t O day. ribbon wan brought all I '
per week. $:! OO to f2. per f I .ll' I ;+ < ,
brim cxiu-tly on the edge !in n series of q"' I! :J Nenr Howe's Wharf, Elevated Htatlon. i '1r

80 Steam and Hot Water' Heated Room puffs and loops with a large: Low at BOSTON', MAfH.: \ .. ,

the !back where the ribbon fall. to the ,
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Sete -t Tourist I Patronage. Rooms open for engagement. shoulders. A very dainty pale blue +N" 'i Sample Blocks can be seen at the ADVOOATB l' i ti'I''' I; i Ii I ll
!
Boookleta. WM. L. McCOY Proprietor. chiffon la", laid In rather loose folds on n office Tltusvllle. j"' 'j '
trim and crown. Lying flit on the
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.- '--- Y brim and beneath it are bunches of The following, out of hundreds are a sample of the testimonial received by the Walton Half-Locking Block C&). : ,

SIiELTEIt ISLAND: OFF LONG ISLAND, y: syrlnela. It 1 Is very pleasing. The Blockiitoii tr.,,', H< .t<.n,Jan. l IS.l 1003. \' ,

same scheme was carried out In black. W,U.T('. Sat/: 1.I'KIOfU BLnK Coq .. the wnrklntf of MilMtickliiK" twklo blurku, whloti w.. iiliWIiMa f Imnon .J...
practical
.
i'aii mrt A'
quite as well liked t flV..T.r..f'Iv.: .e r.,9 ulna Cluck and white are 'In.1, block, In oar fwtory, on our lovmuiil It. a and lnw rln( unit
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<
Afferent AI
3a / r we ha.vn nisi and And' lIelnlb. in anTCottages. A flat Would.en tort
hail for small bats a* last season. the Walton Mflf Uicklna. block a pretty (food 7 >
set House hat of black mohair Las a drapery of e In ha a Great In..nllnn.sat w.are 1.1:, Co |ilv.' .you tbl* notlr,?..,.ana.. more than pl aMiil lo know that at lane. w. bare fuuiiil what "" hays for year ',." I I IYonnt
white tulle around the brim and nestled 'here bllatlnc /..,. You can aM tb' notice In any way you very truly, J.bVNC.AX: lie CO.WALroK i I t

LONG ISLAND X. Y. In this !JIt a wreath of lilies of the e i iOItSTLIUI&1I

SHELTER ISLAND, OFF valley, with many leaves. "$' LLFG.CKIKO: ;Ahont"LOCK two eft weeks.. ago/ I r"rt'I,1 from you a pair of 1 In MlMucltlnif: ,, taukta' blovka, with 110 feat of top,and yon Mk. . WILL OPEN JUNE 20TH lPOJ.I : flat and trlcornes and many If I found them. latlufwtorr.I .. "' i
Turbans to the eouininr I whatOrsTLBMrjr :&
Health- EM tliii* W report .. wlin them ami find the bio.ka Jtint rlftbt all the tm( sal In v ry plaoa. are certainly "\
"1'c: and one-quarter hours from New York via Long Island R. R. links. shapes adapted for the showy 'picture cry man am MX gt>!Ml*,who to aT.ha I am say very uw for much block pl' ,M4.a they ave time, and .labor. HUOLOT.U Your r. p RWJlLL: '.10 t ; ,

*"l :: situated on Magnificent bay amid beautiful scenery. 13-hole golf hats are seen but the turbans are loan truly healer |n Orala sail BollUorV Hupidion, Newport,X.! II !ipWAaros ; ,
\U1I: York Yacht Club station No malaria. No mosquitoes. Pure water. mostly black or in dark colors and with

Iry! and" boating, bathing fishing:, dancing, little trimming. The bate are made of 81t.UOCltIW. BLOr.1C ('0.. JlffIwn. MaIOI let, and hurt Ihsm fair t.*.t sail- ..j,
atmosphere. Drives groves, of ...e otaix! Inch MlMocklng, tankl blook with ro|>" to At. T by. given I
chiffon a
with bathe, etc. closely shirred or folded or ;-W* purchased yon b.n.lI"a l without a....nnd They eonsegnennyra
M
suites and barral' can easily
bea Otis with the
masio 'hall, electrlo lights, even tulle and ornamented with" per- /Un?.wall UIDODe,. TIle,act iop rlor/ to anything-. .bar eye reed o*'earn for b .ailn( h.avy RUN wMvbta aa; wfuly HHABK and PROVMIlOX quickly In:our'UMI'ANY'" '
For terms and Illustrated pamphlet address baptl a few buttons of fine Jet. Ir W. T. KJUOIIT, Trouuror Bostooi I

ROBERT MURRAY Manager Hotel Ponce de Leon, St. Augustine, Fla. Among the newest of the h.ta.l. the '" rl





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EAST: COAST ADVOCATE, APRIL 24, 1903.
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OF VENICE COa
MERCHANT Graham .
NEW CHINESE MINISTER THE Robbins & -DEALERS IN- ,


l' "o5; llr Manor ('h.. !. \V..l hy and Men.- East Coast students,-represented prom.of (Incorporated) GROCERIES, GRAIN AND HAY, AND ALL FOOD PRODUC
the "Merchant
In
I bee of .n Ancient Family. Inent characters of all kinds. We: are agents for MAPKt
AND &ILVKKSMITIU presented at Ilolll! PAID UP CAPITAL 2500000. We handle PRODUCE *Hit I ,
which was II.iZI
p JEWELERS Chen the new Chinese min.: Venlco, of and solicit !
Sir Liang Park Monday 1\11811 We deal exclusively In the above line goods the trad. .,,i u'
41 West nay Street, later to the United States! comes from': Edith College lUx, Winter of Daytona,on was Xerlssa, al od This company owns "". Write ns for prices on Grain and all Groceries delivered 11.1 .Y""I., tmattu:OIllL

r\ JACKSONVILLE, Ff.ORIDA. one of the oldest and proudest tamllleR sustained her part tloel). Gratlano. her AN': :: :ID: S, E. L. BRADY & DRO. TITUSVlI,J > FLA'

of China and bas heirlooms and Jewe lover was one of the bentactorn, and the ---.0
thin section of counti .
stock In ,
t On the St
Largest 1\r,
of untold number and value, says a two made a very happy couple. In the Indian Rivet Country;

Established In 181.8. Washington special dlApatch to the Fred Humor, of Ankona, who was AD- Lucie River; at New River and on DI\Y S. W. CARROLL
V Send for descriptive catalogue. tonlo was at his best In the trial Seer ,
+ New York Times. lie In highly educated In which bin resignation to his fate was Biscayne. Prices to suit the times. -Dealer In-

and In known to be Immense well done. William Ronald of 000.111.11.
i THE ANHEUSER BUSCH+.. rich. Ha la a connoisseur of Bilks and was both Solanln and Balthazar\ and 1m, Send tot Land List. GROCERIES GRAIN, FEED, FRUIT AND YEGETABll
,, Fla.
personated the characters to the satl Offices at TItusville and Miami, ,
ot"l'oh > that has become .
has a collection (s audience, Karl : Glass and Tinware. .- Your Patronnjnitcited.\ \
faction of the Icbuyler'l Crockery, .
: Brewing Asso's, fumoutt. lie maintains! a wardrobe of Jensen, appeared to good advantai 'TITUSVILLE FLORIDA,

In keeping with bill acqulsitioi as a page.; A large; audience was preset East Coast Meat Market. ,
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beau I -- --- -
KftinnusHt.Louis Keg and not. of marvelous fabrics, and thoAe who The costumes, which were very -

tied Hear. speak with knowledge with, any the be beauty will atonlali ot- ful, came an amateur from Philadelphia.As production. the "I\er- G. F. DUREN, Agent. INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTOKY.TITUSVILLE :

Mold by Meutrs. Jf'.A. Lesley anrl Americans chant of Venice," at Kollina College, re- frlco FLA.
TltuiiTllla,Fla., his drc-MH. Sir Liang Chen has travele calved high praise. The simplicity and 0: ,
i f R. L. Motlnw all over the world and bun an Intimate dignity\ of presentation made up In plut sa: Is prepared to furnish Ice in: any qua.ntlty-t'laoked or loose. Special atteni II
By Mr R. r. Motlow, ,Coooa, Fla knowledge of diplomacy. lIe will pu for the lack of stage furnishings. The: paid sacking for Yachts or for family use. Fait dealing la my motto
:
sue the line of enlightened eympatb! costumes were beautiful, the young mIn < c::> sa T. T. WETMORE, Proprietor.
ZAP
JOSEPH with modern and western ideas wblc particular. appearing much better !I In -

Wu Ting Fang more tbart any of hili! their, costume than In the present dllY: = -
Ii, e Sole Agent. predecensors followed dress. As a practical lesson In Kngllt; TrTUS'V"JLLE1: : : Xa.L f 33RY ST A hta2
value of the pinto -
While Sir Liang Chen Is 'a wealth; literature the! educative
f Is considerable. The =a ,
010 to 020 West Hay Street that he will revive < the participants t' j
expected eta
man it is not young people besides mastering the pl"y -=I FEED AND SALE ''t p1"l+I is SADDLE HORSE{)
the methods of previous Chinee e of -- -
FLA. have no doubt gained an appreciation =
JACKSONVILLE, ministers of entertaining In a wholesale Shakespeare that could be obtained i 1 In erv, y ...STABLES... s' IIU GUI ES,
and Invlnh way, which was so often no other way.ONlqNS. csa p

I XI.. L. MOTIOW+ abused by tho public. The new mil- TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA BAGGAGE SURRET!,

later will occupy the mansion at Vermont FOR HEALTH.
avenue and P street belonging to TRANSFER, and Tr I RS011T8UAUI.INGETU.
Ferdinand Schneider, In which\ for several U I
Mr. Wu lived. The house 1 III I am asked If I can indicate the liMOS Syr = .all kinds
yours of this esculent, which Is one In high f;a-
i + beautifully furnlHhed by the Chinese vor with many persons. I suspect that
t OSBAN & BRO
kin J. M. ,
but It Is not unlikely that I
government; it Is with the onion as with the lemon of Grand View hotel.
I TITUSVILLEBack FLORID
i' Sir Liang will 'make many changes In; 'Its devotees regard It as a panacea for a

this 1'1''I;><'l't to milt his own taste an<, good; many ills\ and as a preventative ot 4
Ideas of comfort. mauy of the dlsoideis to which 11, sir I Is

t :The fact that the minister may marry heir Appealing; to chemistry, ve 11 n". Summer
I 6 while In Washington l In a Ipecillphu14e the onion Is ie.illy a very oidinary vegetable Seeds For Crops

of Interest to fashionable and tic- but there in o+.e point which di.-
linguistics It, and that Is the some whu
clul circles\ In that city Sir Liang 1 1Hignged III high per cent of sulphur It contain .

G I I'nw to Miss Nellie Yu Kens!;, Possibly the virtues audited to it depend e Millets, Sorghums, SojA Beans, Velvet Beans, Peanuts, Chufas, Toosinte, Rim

daughter of tho Chinese minister tiFrance. on the presence of the tmlllar mil- Ueggarweed, clean. _
I Her mother was an American stance just Indicated. Like the lemon, .
\ wT and she speaks English: and I'rl'ncbquite the onion may also lay I claim to antlucoi CC] 1aIJ :::IJE.A..S: :
does her father'. butlo propertiea-that Is, to qualttiewhich : "? xh
I us weir as she Clays Wonderful, Black, Unknown, Ladyflngers.
Whlppo
Fine Liquors, Wines, Beers, tongue. She is described as extremely lender it a preventative of sourvj, Clean Brlgbt'lStock; Lowest Prices. Conch Peas, 3:>o per qt., Postpaid; $$1

n Ales, Stout, Etc pretty and possessing all the grace am Its mineral coiiHlluienta salts and Inc'ude probably a 1'1'0'pOt It&ntlsourbu If Your House Goes up in Smoke peck; $.. 2\: bushel.
'J' harm ,of a modern Parlftlcnne. YiICeng lI @ Send me your orders! ( drellKlJd'amlIlVN 10 qualities depends on then and you loose everythingit Poultry ,

l TITUSVILLE:: and O.JCOA, FLORIDA : ban in European for many years fashion and hoi latter compounds.! -London. Chronicle.iNTROUBLEOFFCANAVERAl. Is your own fault.UMXO L. CAMERON, The Seed Store,

eared his children In the occldcnta, ------ --- IJOLSJHXiXXLOO.tulhclent : :: 1 14 East Bay Street. JACKSONVILLE, FLA

p I JIM. H. Maoneal Pren. Joe K.Tilte. V 1'res Manner. Even Ma house in China lilurnlsbed to cover the value of the property -
and household effects should be carrleil. -
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V ai In the European way emits /
" whole life has been westernized en The yacht Cresenr, owned By.) Mr Hen. Rateeatenothigh. Thecompanle'
reliable and lib Attention!I
Pow I we represent are solvent
i\'Nr / Iri'ly.:! Ills daughter can hardly fall to ler RoIl manufacturer, the railllonalie, has Koyal been Baking anchored; at jral. Claims are promptly adjusted. Special

be u popular acquisition to diplomatic< JAck onvllle this week. The Clement Is. Don't neglect to take out a policy.

l iiii i.: society in Washington.STRENUOUS about UO feet long, and Is handsome); SCIIUYLER & 3KANNING, GIVEN: TO MAIL ORDERS FOR-

tilted out She was on her way to Net TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA
'-c"* \ NAVAL LIFE. York from New Orleans, but while tin Invited. Tinware Glassware
Crockery
yacht was rounding .the East Coast ot Correspondence Hardware, ,
i aj.\n(u)( 1.( Frophlra and Athletic H!<|ulpm nt Florida, and about the time the boat WIIIoil

\ For Jackie of the Mlaaonrl. Cape Canaveral, her boilers bfffLi Biff Tract of Land for Sale.I Harness and Stoves.
//-1 The strenuous life is now extending caking The Captain at once made for

N, .31 ,. to the navy and at a quick pace, says It Jacksonville yacht I- now, waiting the nearest for repairs port, and by the theM offer for sale the Thomas Fitch CsyOur> Stock! Is Complete and We Can Fill Orders Prompts;
JI. ," rVashliiKton/ special! to the New: York
( ,9. rNrnlvtLI : \ r 'ost., Home time ago Secretary Moody The owner and party of friend' had nond, Ian the 1.lIflKlvor.\ de lirimtecin Jas. Fritch.ard <& Son.
os+ a result of conversation with tinireftldent where I hev lei 12Pownslilp
..!! 1 >eeuto New Orleans, the map of public surveys aM Sec: ,
promulgateti an order author, the; IrtHCent and ietu ned to New York 13 H Range 32 Ems con I

The lurnt,cheapest and, mint durable for roofs dug the Issue to any ship whoso com bv rail dining 5U7 j acres; and I'Il'CI': Town- Postofflce Box,212,
or all ktmU, boiler, """'M".I.U'k", lirliiten' | Ironwork minder should report to the depart Home day Canaveral Bay will\ be made hip 14 J., Range H2: East containing
OlIo., liuiulv Anyono,mlxtHl can for npiilv\pan 1C I flro I(no suit out water mifflclftiit ueht that his crew bus a well devel a baihur., and I boa there will be no need :.!11115.80: : acres, and together/ embracing; ':r1 t'1.LsviJ.J.e. ZFlozicla.: j

,nut. H(")\I. Ieukm. UH.M| all over tills Htsta for peel athletic organization of c'rtalnsporting to go HO far lor repair :!KHI.i\ : 110 acres This tract of land is acId -
i aC llft eii vwtim coed, tiir ftlroulArM., Price In y -- ,. _*_ .. bp.mish graor: which was cultivated -
Murrain.IU> oanrn per iia btu" | h.lf 1".rr..I.,1I. ot. | pariiphernalla appropriate to : sad before the Indian
ten and live gallon ,.klt.. wi I ourt Mend orders' the character of certain twines li SEABOARD AIR LINE. In con n sugar;
pFlnrt.tHardwareCu..ta.' +mv. >nvlll I "i Knlulit.V ; war of IH.t"!!: :), and has since been unoccu The Buffalo Gasoline Motor
,:, Wall e'. Tnmiiai" Kotun-rly H nlunra <.o, 'lili'h" the men excel nnd of u series of! 1>lod. It has a frontaue of four miles, ,
1'aliilkat MrlieriV Miiaimv,* c0ttp t flu.,. H. *..rimia rlzes or trophies for which they'nmay The beaboaid will\ continue to operattholrSeabuard I acing east, on the went side of Halifax
t Sinlunl|11.4, P. Tr ivln' Jt Co, OIHKIU, Fia.r .
ontend. Tills has been acted on by \ Kx|press Train.No 21 and Liver, and within a mile or no of i l>e At-

the battleship MUnonrl, with the re loaboard MallTialn No. Id( which Il'Iln'l"I'e antic ocean; open to the invigorating
.lilt that orders have \\l'I'n'188111',1 for scheduled to I leave Jacksonville dally ea breezes which form so imp.man Not the Cheapest.

r Boarding. ber equipment! with two punching", at+ S:43: ; a. m. and 7V: ) p. m respectively, eature of health In this climate. The Iris
bulTtMleepeis Is here half mile wide q But the Best.
bllg", twenty-four baseballs, four toot.ails .quipped with drawing-room Halifax River a ?
Jacksunvtl to New York and and. the bluff along the margin of the
twelve bats, twelve broadswords! ,,
coaches Jackson. elevated to always Inme .
'entibulu' thoionghfaie: aver sufficiently Four Cylinders.
In West! Pal in llonch. IIhr sets! of eight ounce boxing/ gloves, lllo to \Vnnhlngron, via Klchmond. a dry soil fur residences and cultl- r

Desirable people who wish a pleasant six nets! of fencing toils! twentyfouiall Cafe oars are' also operated on the Sew VI\Ilnn. An open pine forest of second Shifting Spark,

place to stop at while in West Palm players' suits and an adequate oard> Express from Jacksonville. growth!; pine covers neiuly+ all the northrn -
upply of masks, gloves, protectors,, For sleeper reservation and! other In- portion of the tract, and a consider.ble Free from Noise
Beach will\ find MINARET! rAGE,
.etc", for all probable requirements. The ormatlon write to, A. O MaoDonuell, .. body ..f hammock on the southerlyrortion.
I ; on Olive street, between Evernla and lilts are to have the name of the ship L. (1. P. A, Jacksonville Fla. On the west side of the tract and Vibration

I Fern, just Buch, a place. Nice clean cross the breasts of the shirts. 'lows the Tomoka River a deep beautl-

rooms, neatly furnished ; comfortable This move has been made not only In A DELICIOUS SHERBET.Take fill stream, a favorite resort of the
l1 shermen and picnic parties from
P beds; good, wholesome food; VERY the belief that Athletic exercises are tho Ormond and Daytona Hotels navlg-: 3eo. R. Wallace, Agt. West Palm Beach

moderate prices, ate the leoommenda- good for the men who indulge In them four quarts of grapes wash them able for every desoilption of vessels

ttous. Only a limited number of roomers but that the interest exerted by competition fell and cook till the skins are tender and a safe anchorage.\ For winter homes --

can be accommodated. Table board between the ships' crews inmnly noueh to weak, then remove from the; heae lands possess very great ad-
sports will tend to take tho tire and run through a fruit press to remove antages; ; high, healthy and accessible
a specialty placo of less wholesome entertaln- the seeds and skins. Sweeten to ring In the region; of orange gloves andami The Best is Found the Cheapest.
MUS.: FRANK I>DARLING tents when the men are ashore. The our taste. As grapes: are rather sour -tropicsl fruits. The vicinity of
West Palm! Beach Fla. than most othr lie Ho'els the favorite inuilst
pride of each ship In Its own crack h will requite more sugar at lesorts
fruit. Dissolve'one half box: of gel nf Ormond and Daytona will tarnish a
ortsmen l will add to the esprit do loe In co I of water and add to the juice 'eared society The East Coast Rallay -
E. Vcsey Hall arpa., and the hope Is that the moral \nd freeze. leading from Jacksonville and bt. UNITEDPineapple
tone of the whole navy will be,, raisedy I This makes rather an acid sherbet. .ugustlne to Palm Bench and Miami

the new plan In spite of occasional but one that la very acceptable during .asses through the southern portion of
Boatbuilder buses. which will doubtless be iuevl- tbe extremely warm weather. the riot which embraces a beautiful

able). ammock growth suitable for orange
Enquire of,
rowing.

5 5t 'ake Walk ................ 'OLITICAL' ANNOUNCEMENT. JOHN ANDKKSON, Agt.,
OEOUOIANA, FLA. If t! Ormond Fla.
tiredf
i I The tickle Parisians: are already
FLA. April 22, .))03.
'FrromvlLr.E
/ I build a IIpocll\llaunoh bull 20 feet by the cuke walk and are balling with ,
r S feet Inches beam,steam bunt white oak nthtislasm a new dunce called\ "the To' the People of Brevard County Winter Home for Sale.

\' ( frame, cypress planking, copper fastened dance of the veil," says a special Paris I hope to be a candidate for County -
pine ducks bent combing, lockers tin able dispatch to the New York Her- Treasurer' at the next election. This lathe
der all seats. Inside llnlshml In varnish attachJ ONLY onion I desire, and at the proper A nice, little winter home for sale; 11
folds of muslin
ald. Girl have
for |123.: Complete with 111, P. engine, time I will make my official announce ores, small, 3 room cottage/ 2IHJ orange
to each side of the*corsage which\ and grapefruietree.. 1-14)< bearing 0KK
;
all ready to run. Prlre, *:l-.s.:: lent. Youistrulv,
Other sizes built ti> order.Hodgson look like diaphanous! wing' The ends Jonx IlKNitv, Ineapples under good, cypress shed;
are held In the hands and the moelents Japan persimmons, mangoes; guavas; WRAPSLre
during the dance CUUHO the clatter and other fruit. Good water protection.
Bros .. to appear to be pushed forward tjr FISHING ON THE EAST COASTMr. Andrens, Box H.Georgians.
Fla.
rings.. The slow, majestic dunce bunradically 1#
dethroned the negro 8111.clllily. .- A. R. Gladwln, of Sherburne, N,
EAU OALLIE, INDIAN RIVER FLA. Y., who la spending a few weeks in Ti- Notice. the Best. Ask your NeighborWe >ri
Marine isvllle with his brother, Mr. S :N. Glad- !
Railway
FOR 1 ALL KINDS OF JOB PRINTING win' has again been Halting this week.
General Merchants and Ship Chandlers olllce. and On Monday ha hauled In three trout, andon CIKCtTT COtTRT OF THE 8KVENTH JU-
remember the ADVOCATE
four trout after fishing in Iy dlclal Clicult of t'lorll'a.n. and fur Knvartl
.Special Facilities.. do not fall to send us a share of your idlan Tuesday River only a fewhours.TITUSVILLE'S, County. In Chancery. I'JOj.a. Make Them in all Colors.
We wilt
woik. please
you
.F. r Ulilon
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For Hauling Out, Storing and UepalilngYachts T". } Order of Publication
and Launches. Th. Temptation o( ll.....C.M. Sheldon! Uen" R.Ulrostead et at
Itev. Charles M. Sheldon, author of TRAINS. To James p Thorns' his wire Mr. James P.
Mention the JtuvoCATH when writing.Land Thum., and Killth M. Thoini.all of 640 N. Hague
"In His Steps" and n man who makes
rnnna.,Chicago, 111.
a specialty of believing In the Inherent The following,: are the times of arrival I Yon are earn of von ordered to appear. to tb.blU For Tomatoes try
For Sale. ami departure of passenger; trains to and of roniplalntlu the above entit * tells
of all mankind a good
i onoitty Clark's Offloe of thl court at Tltunvllle.lorltla .
..tory on himself, says the Kansas City from Titus vl lie: .' on the Snot day of Jane in<13: and to do
17) acres ilist-clnss plnnapple land ODTHBOI7KD. irther lt* what our said court ball
desirable* front, on hi. Lucle river, at a niirnul., Time other' day young!; coupleppcurvd eaves Tltnavtlle for Miami and 1 9:IV! p raiDMrniuillAM L ire half. .UNITED
bargain. For reasonable terms write, ; at his house to be uiurrled.lo ,, points at I 10lld: I' m Itts dlrvrtetl that thin or.ler' be piibll.he I D Vegetable Paper.
rtttlav he. In the ,
It I) ss little ac may EAST .
W. \V. LVCK, performed the ceremony with, due MORTHBODMO.T DASC AOVOOATb, publlshml at Tltnsvllle,
Tibbnls, Fla. ilemnlty and congratulatetl the bride .Tltu.vlll for JaoknonTlll ) 1 &\ s m lorlila, once a week. for four con cntlTeerk
'hen lie observed the groom searching aDla lnteriu..ll..t.polnu at f S:12pm .; and that within twenty day from theue
hereof a 801"jr hereof be posted at the door
One trial will\ make .
&:: OLD NEWSPAPERS For Sale trough his |Lockets nnd looking a bitumHlatod Tle""y\ll. for nforrt 1:()*a..nirrtves of the court bitma of Hreraril Count y,and that you our customer.If
Tlta.vtll from NAofordVEU + t:2 1 p.1D the clerk. tend t>y mail a copy hereof to each ofthe
Cheap, at this office.XT and ashamed. "I nm nfrnld. above named defendants at theft address a. to
arson," lie suld. "that I aln't got any .toire your dealer does not handle UNITED: BRAND of Papers write
Filter tubes are now for sale at to with." Then after a > FIVE THOUSAND OF WAL- Done and ordered at the Clerk's Office at TIe"Avllle. -
loney pay you 23rtl ,
r.. i t lorlua, tbl day of April,A I).
t \ thin: office, price :2 cts; postage extra, ioineiit of deep thought looking up ton' Ilaplil Calking Tools now In use 1003, i
-- --- --- hecrfully, be added<< "Hut I can tell by boat owners In the United States. { 81 A, A. STEW ART. TJIVITJET I'APEU CO.,

;'I JUT" Reading notice ads. on this page )on bow you can fix: your gas meter. ait \) Price $4.00 and *3,00 each, at the ADVOCATE Clerk Rye of the) A.Circuit Stewart Court., D.C. T.G!

'4 i,, are Live cents per line per week. E won't register."' office, Tltusvllle, Fla. G&o. 3(. ROBDits,, Attorney for I'lalntllt. OUTHERN OFFICE, e .ATL.






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