East Coast advocate
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Title: East Coast advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: May 29, 1903
Publication Date: -1891
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071720
oclc - 34175701
notis - AKR0019
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System ID: UF00079908:00244
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Succeeded by: Indian River advocate

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NEWS -Mr; Oeo. F. Paddison of Eau Oallle\ -Mr. E. L. Brady expects to leav( -County School Superintendent R. E. DECORATION DAY PROGRAM AMONG THE HOTELS ," ;
LOCAL spent a day or so In DeLand this week. here In a couple> of days, for New York. Mlms, of Bonaventtire, Is In town to-day ,

I Topic of General Interest. -Pineapple offer to men with sraal SEE E. A. WADDELL, MIAMI, MANager -Mr. F. M. Wooten, owner of a turpentine R:no a. in. Bringing of flowers and makIng Where to stop along: the East Coast I t
capital. Look sharply for W. W. Luce'i of Cutler estate. If you want to farm at Turnbull left here yesterday : of wreaths. See list of hotels on page/ 7. IIII'

ADVOCATE, ad. on page 8. buy choice bits of real estate. morning: for Dunnellon, to least 8:1\; a. m. Assembling for march to ccm The ADVOCATE Is on file every week ,
THE more COD viets to work on his vlaoe.FRUI'l' etery.
*t.50 per annum In advance. -Mr. John R. Walker, of this place, -Rev. W. F. Shoemaker,of this place UrfK a. m. Start for cemetery. at the American Club, Havana # ?
11.00 "six months, Is still shipping; celery to Jacksonvilli left Wedneeday for DeLand und other AND VEGETABLE LAND; On arrival Assembling and listening: tc The AnvocATR la now on file at all "
2.00[ : per an. to foreign countries and other places. places, and will be away about a week. for sale Improved nnd unimproved opening prayer by Archdeacon the best hotels In New York city. '
lands. Prices to suit all Call
ben you subscribe for the ADVO- -Head the ad. of Dr. F. E. Buck, tin -Rev W. N. Chaudoin and wife, who or write. E. A. Waddell,parties.Miami, Fla. B. Jj'. Brown. Where to stop In Tltusvllle See Tltusvllle '. ,
u by the year, it does not cost you well-known dentist, of Jacksonville, !If attended the commencement exercises Address for G. A, R. hotel ad on our 7th ,i. '
cents per week, postage Included. you want your teeth fixed. See page 3. Stetson:! University,returned to Tltusvlllt -Mr. Jos. Williamson, one of Mlcco'i Comrade J. G, Bast page.
ute date of expiration printed upon Wednesday. prominent pineapple and orange growers, Address for U. C. V.Mr. The Boston branch office of the EAST I'
or wrapper every week. This -Miss Ethel Coutnnt, who has been was In town on Monday, and presented Adhomnr. Brady COAST AUVOUATK Is at -lot Atlantic
I paper receipt for your money. No need employed In the Bank of Bay Bisoayne, FLAVORING POWDERS. If you want Mrs. J. It. Walker with a pineapple that Decorating' the Graves. avenue.

,i to send receipt for subscription Miami, for a year or so, passed througl a good thing, send 20.; for sample weighs nearly Olbs. Assembling\ : Benediction. I Visitors) to Jacksonville are advised to ,\ },
Titusville Monday route to Oak Hill package, to the Lewes-Racy Novelty
date gives I It to you. en Taps, by Mr. Tree Wilson. at those hotels whose ads. are onour
on a visit to her parents Co., Dinsmore, Fla. Return to TltusvllleKVRNINOi '
IS EAST COAST ADVOCATE Is ont estate agents endeavoring to dispose ol 7th page ,
I the following news-stands, at five -Mrs. A. K Wilson and daughter, Friendship Chapter No. 11, Order of have for sale 01 : I I
, s per COPYitrtsviileB.: little Doris, expect to leave Tltnsvllli Eastern Star, will hold a meeting In tin any exchange property\ j? If you so,may send full particular 0K( ) p. m. Camp tiro at Indian Rive; The and Clarendon doing Inn a nourishing, Seabropr.o business, Is still, .

R. Wilson A; Son. the first of next week for a six weeks, Chapter-loom In the Indian River hotel,, of what you have, to L, R. Benjamin, hotel. open under the management of Mr. C. II.Knappe. .
visit with Mis. Wilson's Mr. Tltusvllle next Tuesday evening -
i ckRonvl11lt-Dllval hotel. parents, am Hnnoverton, O. People are already securing ,,'
Union depot Mrs. J. S, l Stewart In Ocnla. We the undersigned merchants and
News stand New York :
-If you Intend' going to rooms for the summer at this cosy seaside ;
-J'tlr. John Henry spent a couple ol citizens of Tltusvlllo Fh hereby agree
-Miss Until Woodward, of [)C'T.l\ndle I title summer, do not fall to get your rue' day at Melbourne nod Melbourne touch I to close respective 1lac..s..f, business hotel. Rend the ad. on 7th page: '
notice ads. are ten cents In Tltusvlllo next week for ervatlous, via Clyde Line steamers, ol our
Reading I
expected \
the first of the week lie hit
reports between the! hours of I i) und 11 I a. m orSaturday Hotel men looking for a good Investment :!
Ine on this page. visit with her young friends, the M1sseLouise the agent, C. H. Walton, Titiisvlllo. C. E. O to be looking I
friend, Majr raves, / May.'IOth.lu: honor of the ceremonies should not full to read the ad. of
Judge A. D. Penney baa been enjoy- Brown and Annie Junes. Hei -Mra. J. Jr.. "Farmer tried her hand al as well HH ever, and enjoying the delightful of Decoration Day, and to pay a the Surno property on 7tb page. Mr. 11)VOl. )p,
a visit to Miami till week.Mr. many friends will be /glad to see her I ItTitusvjlla Hulling, a few days this week, and haul ocean breezes.Mr. slight: tribute to those who gave their. \ A. Warnock, of Jamaica, N. Y.. I:!

again.Mrs. ed In some floe trout, which some of the lives for their : will furnish other particulars needed ,
Clair Nlsbet of Indlanola country any '
D. /
H. K. Hughes, of Georgians! St. ,, inUJ I)
JinBute of the Indian River hotel much U. R Wilson Suit John R. \Walker Inteiestod Rend the ad.
the pleasant callers at this A.W. Bole and son, Master guests was among Wed uaday's noithbound :: by parties. I (
among } and Mrs. (l. F. Duren and two enjoyed. passengers., tn route to New York and C'o.j E. J.. Brwdy" A; Bro., 0. F. Duren, (J, Hotel Continental Atlantic Iloaoh
eon omay. children, all of Tlrusvllle, attended the -Mr. an,1lrR.: U. E. Brown returned !Scranton, Pa., for the summer. He sold T< Mandavlllo, Jns. 1'iltchard A: Son, S,. Fla. under the able management of Mr. ,1J
WANT TO BUY A HOME, A exercises at Stetson Unl %v. Carroll, 1. J. Norf.onV., E. Goldsmith ,
YOU commencement
horse advertised the ADVOCATR
their his :
to Titimvillo, Tuesday night from ,,". 1' Vlnlng:, opened for the season .'
rove, Pineapple Plantation or Vegetable versity, DeLand, beginning: Saturday, honeymoon trip to Texas. They will and t then "hied, himself ott" to the north Chas A. Gardner, J Kline. yesterday, with prospects for a good ,III. '

Farm see E. A. Waddell, Miami. They all returned to Tltusville Wednesday leave tor West Palm Beach this week, tc -:Mrs. Carter and her daughter: Miss season The above Is one of Mr. Henry I' I

Attorney George 'M. Bobbins left and report an enjoyable time. remain for somntlme.Miss Susie Carter, who have been at their CHURCH NOTICES. M. Flaglor's palatial hotels, and the only I;'

for Tallahassee last Saturday: night, -Mrs. P Nelson and children, and Grace Reid, one of Tltusvllle'i winter home at Melbourne for several' one In t he system that opens for business ';'"':

will\ probably return home to-mor- Miss 1,arson will leave here, Momlai popular young ladles, who has been attending months, passed through: hero, Friday last, Archdeacon B. 11'. Brown will hold <<'I- In the summer

next, for Jacksonville, where they will Rollins College, Winter Park, en route to their summer home In Sharon, vine service on Sunday next In St. Andrews Mr, J, D. Price one of the popular j' ';
Messrs. IT. I. Klopp and D. S. Carl.of board the Clyde steamer, Arapahoe, for during the term just closed Is expected Par They stayed over at Jacksonville a chinch, Port Pierce, at 11 a. m,. manager of lintel Ormond, will leave I't
Fort Pierce, were among the New York en route to their home It home tj-morrow few days on the-way. and 7:30:: p. m, t this week for the White Mountains, N.
Bant callers at this office Friday af- Perth Amboy, N. J. They will probabl; : where he and Mr. John Anderson .
last.BBER return to Titusville early next winter. Messrs. W. J. Bass, A. Y. W. Hogs: -Hiss Jessie Sanders, of Indlitnola,, Kev. N. I. M, Bogert will\ hold hie last II.? In that {
hotels +
{Boon two of the finest
!and L. L. Carlton, of Fort Pierce, wore who has been at Stetson University, De- service, under his present engagement,, manage
STAMPS'of all kinds made -Mrs Chas B. Jefferson, who spent among the pleasant callers at this office Land, during the whole session, passed In the Tltusvllle Presbyterian church on section of New Hampshire-the Mount I
liesply and expeditiously. Send your six months at her winter, home on Hob. last Filday. All of them subscribed foi through Tltusvllle, Wednesday, en route Sunday: evening next. A cordial Invitation Washington and the Mount Pleasant. .
rdcrs to the Lewes-Racy Novelty Co., Sound, and about month at Ormond,, the ADVOCATE while In town. home. She: was accompanied ,by her Is extended to all. Mrs. Prloe and sun will follow In June. f''

)InRmore. Fla. with her mother and sister, expect tc brother, Sam, who went to DeLand to A down-river subscriber, who called at 1 ,
leave In so for New York, Boston -Mr. W. M. Brown, president of the :
a.day or attend the commencement exercises at
-Prof. Jas. Groshara, who Is known tony and Buzzard's Bay for the summer Bank of Bay Blsoayne, Mlynl I, left here, the -Miss Beatrice Sanders, who has the AnvocATB office this week, I
Indian will University been teaching school at Miami during the AlFresco hotel, Jensen, right In the
residents of River, Mrs. will return to Indian River Monday, on a ten or twelve days' trip to'
ve for New York this week, to purae In Jefferson November New York. !Mrs. Brown accompanied -The Walton Block Co., of Boston, Is the past term, returned to her borne at pineapple belt, was full to overflowing.
machinery for his factory at Portoge. her h kbnnd. They went by; the ail-ral making rapid hearl WI\V. Among the biggest Indlanola the first of the week with guests' and that Manager Park al t;
1r TO CLOTHING AND DRY -VJ route.. older for the self-locking bliicks' way. had n hearty hand-ehakeaud pleas-
OOOHS MERCHANTS -For that of : 0.! K. White; : When answering advertisements snt word for all-comers, and made them
West this week, WAS Capt. ,
Eaton of ,
-Dr. and Mrs. L. D. .
In these columns would confer a
Coinor Brick -A letter received In TINisvIlle this you reel as if they were In "a homo from
at Rent, a of Boise City, Idulio, who hate had :too
who have been stopping
Im Beach he
favor the advt. In
by tying saw
week states that Mr J. C. Norwood an you .
in Tltusville. the county him this week. lioiue.
for !Store pairs i>f blocks shipped t.n
River hotel
>ut three week. left, yesterday, for town of Uievard, on Indian old-time resident of Tltusvllle and City Capt. White Is In the oil business, and will receive better attention Manager H. H. Peck, of Hotel I'laca, ,I..
home of his sinter, In you from
Point died at the ,
ford Winter Park and other prices River. Suitable for clothing, the blocks shipped to him are of different Hookledge F'a.' will open his palatialhotel ?
i i t the advertisers.Mr. .
gents furnlxhlngs: dry goods, Atlanta, G \., on Friday last, after an Illness sizes, from Inch to the biggest size, -the New Arlington-at Petoskey,
-Cnpt. J. O. Walton has bad several etc. Rare chance for a good, of nuurly a year. for lifting tons. One of the self-locking: I R. II[ Hovmour, of the law firm Rich on the let of July to a convention

idred, dollars worth of calking tools up-to-divte business man on -Capt. Jack [Laflln one of the well- blocks can be seen at this om lie. of Worle.t k Seymour: Miami was a of about ,ilMI< > dentists, and the outlook H
Aped to his place of business la Bos- the East Coast. Immediate known nth'etes of New York city, ban of pleasant, caller at this oflioe on Saturday: for a prosperous. season are excellent.
Miss Jones sister
)tills week, as there Is a bigger de. possession. Full particularsof been him Hug In some fine trout and Referring to lost. Ha reported business at Miami, Mr. Puck Is a hotel manager of considerable .
nd for them in that section. He has Oeo. M. Uobolns,Tltnsvllle, whiting! : this week. C'apt. Jack Is an expert :\1r,. Wm. M Brown, of Tribune Tltusvlllo of,last the with his firm, as being quite flourishing. executive ability, and we are pleased
New Hartford[ Conn
o had. a large lot of calking shipped to rDr: Fla.Dr .. -VJ at flithing, and seems to catch them filduv Miss( Catherine) M., Jones Much success to, the new firm to learn bis prospects for the summer
I. to use with the patent calking tools and Oeo. DeG. Scbuyler and he to. He has just had says season look so bright.
Mrs. whenever wants left on Thursday for New York, where -Mr. W. U. Braonlng: has so arranged,
-A down-river correspondent writes family ale again ensconced In their love his house-boat, Rose Marie, hauled out she will\ pass .a week with her sinter, Mis. hy the gentlemen of Tltusvllle taking Mr. Harry HoarUs who for several
: \Ve must congratulate Mr. A. P. ly home at Nathan, on Banana River. on Nelson's ways, and Capt. ltlin will F. J. Hprague; and on next Wednesdayshe 5.00 worth nf dancing ticket. In ad. years was) the popular cashier at Hotel {
,(trees \Vavelund, on the approach- Mrs Lena C. Scbuyler, a prominent resident .. leave for New York next week. sails on the Majestic for KngUnd: / vance, to purchase /' plane player Royal Polnolao, and the Breakers, at '

I completion of his new residence. As of East 17th street, Brooklyn, N FURNITURE SOLD DIRECT TO CON. where she will puss the summer ns the for the Opera' horse and will give a I'ulin Beach, but. who now hold the pea ''ii i, '
now stands, .all alone la Its glory In Y., Is also with her son. Dr. Schuylerand Burners at wholesale prices for cash, !guest of her cousin. Miss\ Moira Jones dance .very Wednesday evening. thin of chief clerk at the Shorehsm hotel : "

, suction of Indian River, we are very expects to .spend the summer ot We Issue separate folders for each of Miss brine McRobb, Miss Moire Jones -lir.V.. L. Hiighlett'a friends Washington, U, many
erly awaiting the advent of others Banana River with her son and daughterIn : furniture carried In stock. Write for and Frank 1V. Jones, jr., also sail for regret tn hear that his brother, Mr Litclen united In niarrlsge. The ADVOOATH Is \

iou to follow Mr.Andrews' example, law. Mrs. Schuyler has been spend N C. a folder of the kind of goods"you wish, Liverpool, England, on the MajesticMr. I). Huglilelt, took his own. life athili Informed that. the brlde-to.be Is ,Miss ,
to build." ing a short while at Harriet Rogers Ellis a charming and
name price limit, and we will do the few home In Mlaunton, Va. No cause ,
Dr. Schuyler will practice medicine Ir C. F. Hopkins, a days ago, of I'luliadel-
-Mr. Chadwlck-Swalm Furniture Com been I the rash, act. Mr.llughlctt popular young society lady
F. M. Wooten, Turnbull.gave recently reported rest. received a shipment tenty-flve orate has given for '
enjoyable little dinner party at the In Florida these hl\vlnll-ae columns-passed his degree pany, 1.V17-11) anj 23: West. Forsytl. of pineapples from his farm at Ankona, was known to many on Indian :, phia. Congratulations to you In advance \

Ian River hotel on Huoday. The end received his diploma as an M. D Street:! Jacksonville, Florida. Reference with the result that at retail he has about liver, who regret hi* untimely end. Harry. f'I '

le wan beautifully decorated 'with Much success to Dr Schuyler.An :! National Bank of Jacksonville, sold out the entire lot to local dealers at -Mrs. Wm. Hamilton Joe, a prominent I )Ir. Wm. II Ormes, one of the owners '\
es, magnolias and other choice flow. by permission. aug-28: good pi Ices. The Indications are that and popular resident of Worcester, and managers of the Palm Beach hotel. ,:

The following comprised the party: old bachelor bought a pure -Mr. and Mis. D. A. Carter, of In. his crop this year will be as large as he Mass., who spent a winter or two at the Calm Beach, ..'I...., la now at Atlantlo !1.,', I
K. A, Brady, Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Morn socks says an exchange, and found attached gram, Pa., who have been spending the anticipated, the size and quality of the Ormond hotel, Ormond Fla., has Just (;1rI, N. J., and will be connected with P 1
n i, Master/: Kosser Morgan, Mr. F. M.ates to one of them a slip of paper past nix: months at Indlanola arrived In fruit being fully up to his expectations returned home frjm a hip to California. the Royal Palace hotel at that lively Hl ,,1

and Mr. U. U. \Valtoo.We with these words, : "I am a young lads Tltimville,Tuesday, and left the next day -tit. Augustine Record. Mr.C;. F. )Hopkins VI rs. Coe wll) spend) thesummer at the summer resort This fine hotel, which ;
of twenty and would like to correiipotxi and passed through here I. under the management of Mr. F. N, '
son : yesterday
of Invl- for a trip down the Ht. Johns River, en New Mount Washington hotel', one of
acknowledge receipt an matrl
with a bachelor with. view to route to his pineapple planta/ 'i'lke! will not opeu until June nth, I ill
\Ian' from the Faculty and Class of the route home. They were accompanied by en :Messrs. A Anderson: Price's famous hotels ,
mony." Name and address were given Tuck. lion to superintend the packing and (wing to th. many Improvements that
liege) of of Mrs. Carter's sister, Mrs Helen H. In the White Mountains.
Physicians and Surgeon: : and In few dayi k
The bachelor wrote, a of Avon Mass. We acknowledge a shipping of his big crop of pineapples.Mr. are being made to ft. We acknowledge
''csgo University of Illinois, to attend got this letter: hMamma'was married er, call., We understand the boat -Mrs. C. H' Chappntln, one of !loch.eSIU'1 receipt of a very, neat-U\ >oklng folder issued i
commencement exercises, which took twenty yeir go.: The merchant you pleasant than the Fred A. Morgan, of booth Tl (N. Y.) society leaders, and a valued by the Royal Palace hotel. F
'A this week. We the of l had left Sanford a day tusvllle a birthday party In honorof
uote name those tocks from evl.lentlyellrl gave: subscriber to the ADVOCATE, Is exectlng I
Chas l K. McCarty among those who bought not advertise, or he would have sold schedule time, so the above party wentto hla wife, Wednesday evening. Vocal > a visit from her sister Miss
built to graduate: ; and we presume them long ago. Mamma handed m Jacksonville by train, from Sao ford.Mrs. and Instrumental mimic, cards, etc, llerge.: Both theileladles are known to For Hale.

'Is the son of that well-known attorMr l letter and said perhaps I might situ II. E. Charleon, of Canton, 0 were the order of the evening-the Misses nany residents along the East Coast, -
Cha,. T. McCarty, of Eldred. your I am eighteen years old" They who has been spending the winter with Larsen and Aline and Daisy Brady laving spent .e".nl! wlnteia at the various The best combination plnespplo.orange

KS1TUKE SOLD DIRECT TO CON- you.married. Moral: It pays to advertise. her father, Mr. K. M. Forrest, at Mala. being l the principal peiformers In the resorts between Nassau and St. and vegetable property on the lower ,
visiting Mr. and Mr. W.R. musical part of the programme. Claret I Cast Coast. Will pay handsome Income
bar has been AUlCustloa.I l'
'Imflrs at wholesale. cash. the t
for of
prices us from Miami, one Ice cake and cigars were For Iculars address
cream this
I' Writing Walker In North Jltuit 1110, the pa t punch I year part
e'la'lIlt' separate folders fur each klnu'furniture "I note IB : SOLD DIRECT TO CONBurners .
ADVOCATE subscribers says Charleon was a pleasant present In abundance, and a most enJoyable WILL L. KRASTZ,
carried In stock. Writer last, week's paper what you said about week Mrs.this office Tuesday, and secured evening was. spent. Among at wholesale prices for cash Ankoca, Brevard Co., Fla. ."
>' caller at ,
; a'older' of the kind of goods you Mr. Chae. B. Hogg's capture of tarponon advertising literature of the East those present were : Mra. A. Brady, MrsP. We Issue separate folders for each! kindof \,

'he lab name price limit, and we will do the West Coast; but I want to draw some Coast to take to her northern home, for Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Brady, furniture carried l ID stock Write Notice to IlldderM. ::1{ :;
rest Chadwlck-Swalm Furniture fact that big haul for folder of the kind of goods
your attention to the left Tuesdayafternoon. Several Mr. and Mrs.. F. A. Morgan, the MissesLsreen a you '
ompany 1 -17.1Ol1and4l3 West For. ;of tarpon were made la Dade county In which she when Mrs. Charleon "was ; Alias Brady, Daisy Brady, and wish, name price limit, and we will do "r "
with> Street Jacksonville, Florida. March, April and May. In two days In years ago,she the ADVOCATE'S Messrs. F. M. Wooten and <:. II. Walton. the rest. Chadwlck-Hwalm Furniture [Sealed. proposals will be received by ,
'ference, National Bank of Jackson- .April, one of your New York subscrlb- Miss Forrest, Malabar.was Many happy returns of the day were Company, l! .17.III.n<> : and 2:1: West For the undersigned> to be presented to the .
I Ills' by permission. aug-28 ers-Mr. Chas F. Naetbing-hauled In correspondent at tendered Mrs. Morgan, and the members .ytb Street, Jacksonville, Florida. board of I'u bllo Instruction of Brevard ?

the; following': tarpon : On, April 12, six: of the party l loft for their respective' Referenda, National Bank of Jacksonville County, at a regular meeting to be held .

Wanted. tarpon, 6ft. 7ln, 13dlbs. ; ***. *Io", lfJ8lbs,'; Gardner's Flyer borne about II ::15 p. m. by permission. auK-28 ...In Tltusvllle, Fla., on Monday morning schooltuplls 1 ;!tot,
eft. 3ln., USIbs.; fjft., lln., 14.$lbs; 6ft", I July Oth, 11"::1. for transporting .,I\\!
''0 II) onc--; 5ft. II In., loftlbs. On April U, aa follows:
at eat hard boiled 1371bs.; White Damask at 80o. For Information. Accordion I'laltlng-, '.
forgotten Inch and to Tltusrltle. ,
ln. 9.Ibe.; I have 1.00 72 No. 1. Mlms LaOrange -
', F, K. U. Lunch stand opposite :11.,12llbc!; ; 5ft. "' .
c tat the number of Inches in girth of Bamboo Porch Blinds, OxflOHo. .1

the above tarpon." Hoes, rakes, special. 80 and & o. The F. To;. C.Lunch Stand opposite the Any width up to 4* Inches. Sunburst No. a. City Point, Dlxons, lodlanola
Screen cloth $ .OO roll. Wo: yd. Florida East Coast K. R. depot, Is prepare dirts plaited. Clara F. Rich, 2il: West and Merrltts to Cocoa.
Wagons for Hale. White duck pant and skirts to supply the traveling public DavalUt., Jacksonville, Fla. |2j No. 3. !Bonaventure, Georgians and
Land For Sale. FURNITURE, shoes, dry goods. with| the! finest lunches on East Coast. :'bulb Rockledge to Cocoa.
DOW hue on hand large stock ofc 4 Giant to Vslksrla. it
No. .
Tltnsvllle Fla. All trains
tire and 3-Inch tiro one-horse wagthat 12,000 ,acres of the Hanson Orant C. A. OAHDSBK' N. D. stup. rayliiif. No. A. Providence to Malabar. #

I 'can be delivered at once. routing st. Lncl. River, with Florida No. 0). Roseland to Sebastian.No. j
R. E. MIMS, JR., East Coast Railroad running through It. When You Want Notice of'Amendment of' Charter. Draylnl hauling of .111 I lads prompt.y 7. Saint LuoU to Fort Pltrc W1. t
attended to. )fee..l1 trains. Business
Tltusvllle, Fla. A. choice property. No. M. Wavelsnd to Jensen. .

C. BUCKJCAX, Carne Tortillas, Enchiladas;: Notice la hereby given; that the East promptly attended to. Tltnsvllls. No. 9. Goallngvllle to Jensen.
> Jacksonville, Fla. Chill Con W. U. ENGLISH, No. 10. Tlbbals and Eden to Jensen. J.
lade County Land For Sale. Tamales, de MeJIeo and Fri Jole Con Coast Lumber and Hupply Company Intend and covering +
Salado leave orders at F. E. C.Lnnch : to apply to the Governor of the Specifications particulars ,
"',!''sale, cheap;the northeast quarter Tar Notice. stand, opposite depot. It'* all State of Florida upon the First day of Winter Home for Sale.A acb contract to either will members be furnished of the on Boardor application t
article -
"east quarterrange of 3 townouth Stuff. July, 1903, authority amend
east of Tltnsvllle, take notice nice little winter horn for islet 11 County Superintendent and the pubic ,
of 41 close tooM.Sr8 Taxpayers VI of Its Charter so that the same shall ,
It plantation the tax of the Town of Tltns- read .. follows "The highest amount ores small, 3-room cottage, 2tJ(} orangend U requested to Investigate the details Ii' t tul
pineapple on the the first Tuesday (D You Going North ? each rout, and present separate bidsor W
Tfe.er\ ; 40 will closebooks on Arc of Indebtedness or liability to which the grapefruit trees, ISO bearing; 9,01)0lneappies i
I northeast acres. of northb being the 2nd day of the month."The corporation can at any tint subject Itself > under good, cypress shed; the performance of each service
quarter aVbook, will remain open at the exceed the of the persimmons, maogoea, guavaa The Board reserve the right to reject ,
.qlUfter of section IS township 88, the Get year tickets over the Clyde Line, shall not << amount span '
nf Courthouse every week day and other fruit. Good water protection. sny or all bids.
range 41 to New York. authorized capital.
r east; OD south fork of from Jacksonville: R. E. MIM4,
Iacle Rher; 40 acre Apply to .bovedat.. CMAa.IL WALTOS Agent (Signed) Andreas, Box 6,
Cass H. WALTON, B. T.Marshal WoBLrf and Collector. TUasrni, Fhv EAT COAST LUMBER HUPPLT Co. Georgians, Fla. Secretary and :

Tltusvllle, Fla.

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daring rajdera. Two Confederate .
bag the -

26RIERSON'S 0 brigade Columbus marched on to the Grenada rout). : Jim Damps had scarcely slept a U.. .s SENATORS: .
FORTIETH went to ,
A one
Hatch and Chulmei .. I wink 9.. R.. Mallory, .. ,:; JtrlbFn' 1
first taken by
it RIDE ANNIVERSARY WARAprl2f. STORY started for Okolona hoping to Intercept I All night he'd toss *bo.t and U. B. CONGREBBMEV. flag
-II think. Robert W. Uavln.
} Grieraon on his return, for It wu near B. M. 8park; DIaD,... . Piu,
i mot deemed possible' that lie ,,'ouldtravene But that's all past-he'll Wm. 11. Lainar,.. .. ... 'Ti,

the whole state without being endure U.B.LAXU.H.KI.-E: ; MObil"
p. ACROSS; THE turned back by .up rto<> number. lasomnla. He's found cure I H. 8. (Oluibh ? '' '''
At night when W.O. Honlfifton. .. !
IS.; Hatch reached Okolonu ahead of Chat Tie Force. at Gam AVllle. FlurW' ,..*! ;
m with rush.1' The lights are ,
mere and attacked a FLORIDA LEOISLATI-RK
Mit of the tow It soothes the nerves of Sunny
-- main Confederate garrison E. N. Dlmlok, Palm Beach
banded down to history as an exampleto .
toward Palo Alto Jim." W. H.Jon... Tllunvllle, :.
copyright( 1K)3! ) by O. 1.. Kllmer.J be Imitated." had gone! oouthwnrd EXECUTIVE DEl'AnnlEXTlain ReI'

thrilling; encounter nt Palo After' cutting loose from the main on the newa of the fight there but by Wm. 8. .lennlneii.! G

,\,, Mliw.. Al.r.l 31. 1803, fig column the morning of April 21. Hatch a different .road from that taken. by H. Clay Crawford... .. 8ocreta"'"
W.V. .. .. ... :.. II!y
TilE caval Hatch his return.The
In war histories as a rode directly toward West Point. At on James H. Whitfleld.V. ., ...
RklrmlKli, but It wall a ply. the village of Palo Alto be was attacked Iowans drove out the enemy'sColn'alry ( \ N. Rlieats.. . .. ..1\1I1.t 1'111,11..Altorn.-tJ I Lamy
otnl JufUieiit In! Grlemon's famous from the rear and on both and local troops which were 1orce"The Alnnwi B. E. McLln C. Croon. ..... .COlllllliOllullor ARdah,

rnld across the linen opposing flanks by Smith's first' Mississippi cavalry retreating before them and halted tOkolouH. J. CHlf..d R. Footer,.: AdJnta Culp' tI"'I; "
burned large John Hradford.. .. .
Grlerson's then a
)' .' Grant at VlckHburg. And Inge's battalion and Barteau'aTennesHpeaim. They R. E. ROM........ .... IIlIrfO"N'State ci; :
daring ride wan n plvotnl event !In the Hatch determined to barrack with military stores wind ammunition Olllcea a.Tallalmutee. .. "lo.lda bro

;: deHpornto work of hemming in Vlcka- makers strong tight to lend the enemy and marched on toward the SUPREME COURT Jl'DOES

burg from the rear with a line of bayonets they bud interceptedGrlerpon's Tennessee border_ Colonel Hate ul7-to-S-Canal M. H.Mahry......
Into supposing Chl.IJ
.. ... ... .
After casting aside found that hU men had but twenty F.B. Carter. AO"'JaleJ
and c> moil. main column. In their first and makes one chummy K. F. Taylor.... .,.. .. u
at the of ammunition left y
/ rounds
many alluring plans tor getting dash the Confederates cut off one com one
enemy In Vlckuburg Grunt struck out of the Iowa trooper Then, using concluded that the limited supply with good sleep. ? RAILROAD COMMISSIONERS: :
pany Jefferson n. Browne, chairman
.. from the swamps on the west shore of two white flags they rode close up would not warrant him In attempting R.Hudenn Burr. .... .illl'.11 K'1'
the Mississippi, for the high and dry column which bad dismounted to reach West Point, with the enemy; L J. am. Bryan. ... .. .
bluffs nt Grand Gulf, on the eastern to the alert all along the route. Wouldn't 0.ll.v. .. First. R. C. Dunn clerk and.offices. M"JleatJqll.rtel'1t '
the In a lane. "I wouldn't .believe, It till I tried It, bat at Taliahamw,!Pt!:
below his Conceder'
bore, about thirty miles Hatch had one cannon a two pounder Chalmers had spread 'Force' l I. a cur for iniomnl I need to CIRCUIT COI'll'r
tuUborn stronghold. With a column ate troopers across the northern port > awake night after night. Now I eat sblK
but his men were armed with revolving stay Minor Jones,Tltnsvllle.. ClrcllllJo
t and transport ships car- to catch the raid- bowlful of* Force' just before going to J. D. BeitKB, Orlando,. Pmert'
of gunboats rifles nnd cllrl>lue Ills line of the state hoping El bed, and ilecp and 1 have become good Mondnl titlurAtt"
r be aiming for thatttolnt Hatch managed to "1.. L. EY. ." Bprln :Term-Fourth In April
.a /
: vying his army was was well covered by fences and hedgersFacing era on their return. frinud agalu. Fall ferm-Fou..th Mon.la) In Nuxmb
when Urlertton rode away south through the lines'without dIscov-
part of the men to the rear be pass BREVARD COVjA'lY Cf.l'RT,

ward to startle' and mystify the country opened a deadly tire'wIth the" gun and cry but when galloping through th. W-4 A. D. Penney.... .... .. .ConntrJnjJU.
and divert the enemy's attention while the >blnes poured vol. village of Birmingham be was attacked --------- L. Oauluen.., .. Prosecuting Vtffl
rifles -- --- -- ----------- ....... ....
of attack. Grant'sopponent Chalmers' mefj,. -- -- A. A. Stewart CwntynJSpring
In the by
real rear
the point
the coming ,
ley after volley Into troopers > Term-Second Monday in )1.l ., ,
General Peuiberton, had on the flunks. The tight raged Being short of cartridges, Hatch slow Hummer Term-Second Monday, In Augaq
'I' sent the cavalry of his iinny with Van up Confederatesdrew ly retreated concealing his line at favorable Fall Te..m-80cood Momla) In Nuvrtbn,,
until the
along the hedge/ Winter Term-Second Monday In Ftlmnr
r Dorn to Tennessee, thus Gripping his bucks slowly followed by the points and receiving the ene _&R 5U: : YOTJ t COUNTY SCHOOL IIOAKD

outposts of all but a few bome guard The retreated northward my with the fire of his two pounder
lowiins. enemy R. E. Mime, Superintendent Iloinvenit
/l and partisan battalion With 250 and Hutch followed up. taking gun. Waiting until the Confederate Meuiberai J. M. Dixon,chairman/ ,Titun!
the river la the the openedwith It. N. AndrewH, Cocoa; J. E .IIltz,81'm.'bMCOU
,: mlleH' to dltt'lldnlonl( the back track to prevent the enemy came up to clone range gun

face of vigorous mid numerous foes. It from pursuing Grlerson. terrible execution. 'fY COMMISSIONERS.

I 1 L was equally difficult for him to be The light at Palo Alto put the Confederates The running fight was kept up fo ? Mlot,J. R., Indlnnola Walker\ ;chairman R. A. rankling Titunviiln\ Tllhi..nJ.job.: ,

armed nt all points of danger! and to on their guard and Hatch six miles when the Confederates gave< Boat Builder or Owner O.Jones, ynay; J. "'. Bell, \\lnwIIIY. Rmtevitlona

know just when and where the impending learned that an Alabama regiment jay up the challe. and the column reached are held flrat Monday in eauli tuna
'11- blow would full.l' between him and West Point the destination Ln Grange without further molpstation -
Tltusvllle roiintt ,
IL D. Penney ; Jut
Colonel Oriertton of the Sixth Illinois assigned him by Grlerson. He except from straggling parties ot D.[ L. Gaulilen Tltuavllle; 1'rcn. An

.. cavalry set out from La Grange Teim., therefore continued his ride northward. guerrillas. When the men arrived at 1. A, Stewart Tltusvllle CountyCkr,
Cocoa Tax
J. F. Wooten A.
their old camp they had but ten E. W. Nell Tituevllle! .. Tax r0w]| ,,

rounds of cartridges apiece. Half or :.--If You Are, Buy One OfWalton's .butt Henry Tltueville, Trent,,
R. E. Minis Hunaventure Rapt hub In
r the troopers were mounted on mules F. O. Fries, TI'UHVllle, County Suite)
; oV. t.t.' their horses having succumbed to the' .r. 1'. "rown.')t'ltlrevtlle. 8h"'>nbV.
I, march S. Norwood, Titiiavllle Re,lMratliinOlloTITUSVILI.K
hardships of their rapid
Meanwhile Grant had bombarded ft. A. Fioxt. ; Vim Wnrlpv iii.rnhili
Grand Gulf with naval) guns and landed Patent Tools. tax: roll\ .rturi U.inuyor K. Shills, I jrIcrk i mil :m
J'I' hit troops on the eastern tlioro' o' Calking Lire;; John Henry tax .H-e.,.>I i I R. \Ran
of III .'. A. 'N orit..n, L. A.nraily. I' I Miliinilj., !
I' the MNslsHlppI: the first" stage ""ar"o1.lf" ,'o""r.III"1) 'Ihl' t'.such, au
march to the rear of VIckHlmi'tr.KlI! II rat Tuesday In each month.O. .
OF-OrlO I.. MKIt 'l'l'rr.'IVITL: Ito \l1II OF TRADE
1' r'I M. Mobil lim. president I. M. lilxun. in, ,

i II :.." :ti I I i ,. 1ealt Cures When Doctors Fall Invaluable to Boatbullders and Owners of Boats. urer leaUay. J.night n Hunt In,each nerietarv.mouth al Herb*h.lr aavtd mntu)*t,

Mrs. Frank ChUnBon, Patterson, T.a., FREE AND ACCLlThl MA$tlS8,
k srltesJune 8th 1001! ; "I had malaria\ Indian River Lodge No.lal( rain ,lUnwili,
;alt : fever In very bad form was under treat- In Use all over Florida and the North. the; socoiKl Mnllu..tL) .. Friclnv eviMiluc ol a<
month, at their, lodge room. Inillnn 1 li\wb!' ..*.
ment by doctors, but as soon' as I stoppe.1 .
\ lit T:3i: > o'clock put.| J L Cart'nr hen W.t' V
\1.1'I '1' : taking their medicine the fever A. .Morican, Soo'y.flltDER .
would return. I used a sample bottle oIlerblne Of EASTERN: STVR

"1, a found It helped me. 'I'bt'nbOlljrht Friendship Charter, No 11.11"111- ,it.mwilt, ,
.two bottles which complete; In the Manonlo Loilite!,: room.' Titu.Ills, on u
I feel to for fur other "rM.'rll".dll in eucli month a'M;; uatkp a
Mired grateful than
me. you
Calks Boats more Rapidly any 1 nd the third TncKdav in each m' nth .t !
ilshlng such a splendid medicine and ,,'clllck pp. m. The li.llowinttare the offlctnhelotliwi
an honestly recommend U to those suf'erlng .. i Airs. U.K. Wll.on,wortlif m"Mr. "
sS from malaila as It will surely. run / .J. L. Ciirruthere, worthy I'Ktro"11"lui
., AM"n. Jtatronj Mr. M A Scriingn'lecretarv
Stewart :
i lietn. 1 1 ei'bine, flo bottle at Wilson's. Mr. J. 31. Iilxnn'rreaprert,
Tool in the 'V orld. ; ., ,
Calking lullu.. Kline Cnl1lnctre.II..Z.; ; oIl'(Ie"
WILL IT PAY Aspu I'unnV.I Mr*. Geo. W. Ki1' .I'i, *.Aitt.H"i.l \
,. rarrntliern. Inch ; Mr "it. M. HihuCithertMr
I : *. .. A. ,," .. \lih.tliiin ,<
A Frank Kxi.reHMl<.n or Ofilnlon bjr iProminent fclei'tat' Mm .'.lrlanlilil.dk.. 11',.*(
I'oultrnran. .Ir. V. A. M.'rican I hailuli| Mi- 1 I ".A'
uore, Mun""uMr.\ .< h".. H rt ir, )1.
,, with
There ore muny sncceases" poultry -

\ \ : on it mill Mrf; More Moalc.fulluvcM The futhirca when are utteniiit(tf'ltlolllwl'lttell Five Th.o-u.sand Sold. Sonic}) Spccinl; Offer

: up, the HiicfeHneH' generally arc.

S The. wise l beginner Is the One woo Hrx The FloiHa Fruit: and Truck (lrowt.

pR determines whether or nut he cm lie new mouthl.v Jmiitinl.' III\'I"l i dlo|

cheerfully work long hours the yen' Price $4 and $8 each. .rtilv, lo tlie iuleiiKlM'i i Ili i."mi' anti tr'.
'"* pshilbbl
itsbie> KIOMPIH of 1 the -5'iiU':
v thr .u., li. whether he cuu be contt'lltellwltll lit llo.ihtat tl a yelll' Slnlolh""lfll"FI'I'1i !

about the wages: a good clerk oinecliiiiilc limned, time six numtlu Uii

IJ gets anti whether or not hi Ill).crit.II.'n will hi Hem' to new iii beer
I'J I' \ + \I likes", country life. If these queBtloni May be obtained of the Walton Self-Looking Block Co., 404 a rs for ;25: ceutu. Or b'>tli the Fruit Tim
J r tr,1 N "'ruck Grower and $emi-Weekiy
can be honestly answered In the atllniuitlvo Atlantic Avenue. Boston; or at the office of the EAST Union for $1 :l1.)1': wish the 'InilwVeek

COLONIST BLACKHUHN'S CHAUUI3: AT THE lltUI>GE. success, In 1II'oblll.le-oli thomterni4 Woildof :N w Ymk.bolh 0081'J
::1,I however, that be forgets most COAST ADVOCATE. Tltusvllle, Fla. or1.23.:
southward, accompanied by the Seventh eons of the country, who took the lleli .Ject. that Lie gels healthy, hardy atoct -

Illinois and Hecond Iowa cavalry armed with shotguns and hunting rilies. mill keeps It bo by plain feeding, fall -

,I about 1,7JO( troopers In all. The raiders ralllt'1111.1 strict, d 'lllIllnI
'", moved rapidly through the lines of Meanwhile General Pemberton liar I together with "couiiuon' g 8 r Supply tlouae of The Illinois Fishermen's. Association _

General Chalmers, who was deceived SOUMwill Kfiu.'rtilly be nil that In nee.
sent. out ('column In nil directions: to It")
by two other columns which took the whury to ""' ''III'!' a fair degree of 'Ue'' The Chicago Net and Twine Co.

field to inll ud hlm, and moved along L'l'KH.l The wan wliti sees millions li :<

S", the line of the Mobile and Ohio rail It" had liettrr ntlck to the stock uiarkeir I r- Manufacturers of- j>
It Scares PeopleWho o .'
rondo Cfinlmers' scouts weep completely ........' other quick| asset 1 1>"", III"KH. N oIh'e hCQ ) I ,

: puzzled over the; affair and Grlersou come or.'a consumptive family HtiK'U liuxlneHM ('1111 lie MO gainful .d :.: Ev I IU E

r reached the Interior of Mln: ..lnHtppl. without when they begin to cough and the lungs iiiiiiiiU'iu-liirliiH! ; tar mercantile pursuits. ;. 11 a w z2Q1

i mooting the enemy. The sklruilshat are painful. But 'The pi-ri-ciitUKe uf i>rotlt on the proiluc :.

f at Palo Alto was the OMIt colllHlon of it is a fact beyonddisproof time '.1' slides may te uw' Large or liir gcr; 6 i < ... ) t i

the raid and the henvlent., Kurly on the ( I thatcoulMlmptioo but lb(' Supply U lliulteil by lawn whirl: .. )
21st of April Grkt>rw>n sent Colonel 10d- I is lo not operate Illil..ttll the dlrtl'I'I'litca"'l' Ert 0 xy

ward Hatch with the Second Iowa not and cannot be ''. ws w

C'I&viti numbering COO sabers, to destroy I microbe Inherited. which The Tile manufacturer or merchant Is able ( (") 1r7 : 1 1Ei

the railroad nt \Vpnt, Point Macon breeds disease to: produce or I buy enough to meet tin
and Columbus, then make his way t must absolutely ,Itfuiaud and can turn his goods man; o i g = toFISHING, NETS and Netting of Every Description)I'' I

bark through northern :Mississippi to I be received by the times In a 1..111<011. The fancier often o. ;;J "1 I I I I 'Dealers In Seine Twine, Maitre Cord, Rope Etc. >
the starting point. I individual\ before buy to meet his demundti butte, mine (I) 0 I Originators of Wholesale Prices direct to the Fishermen.
Meanwhile Grtenon rode on through I consumption can Let ultryuinn cannot generally do III i U S- 1" ,., 70-81-8.J: E. Indiana. Chit ig''". [Ill.V .

the heart of MltMUalppl. There were 1 I be developed. at a protlt. While\ this rondltton limitJONslble -. f'- to I ..Mention The ADVOCATE In your letter... __'
Men and -
women J
several local regiments In the field,
profits, it is the one thluyvhleh ;
who have been af.
which the raiders threw off the troll bysending e g"a 1Vr are Members of the Illinois Fisherman's Aaaoclatl-'n' --
I ,; j fueled with obati.I make poultry production a eta' :;; 3g.
out scouts In citizens' clothesto I nuts coughs, bronchitis ble occupation for all time and which & g n _
mislead them. \Vlthln! a few days be 1 bleeding of >r vents the supply ever long overrunning = -- -

destroyed. long sections of the Vlcks- the lungs emaciation and weakness, have the demand. To old and young 2j G r e. CHAS.: :s ZtVM: : &; COtt .
burg and Meridian and the Jackson" and been perfectly anti permanently cured alike we offer the time worn adtlroyhlih _

New Orleans rntlroadtt anti finally by the use of Dr. Fierce's Golden Medical Is HO tieldom, followed that only IS <8" Q., *17. stow. Bay 8t.. JACKSONVILLE. ". FLA.
Discovery. It Cures the cough, fo y
rent-lied the Kcderul camps at HutonItotiKn. li few liltdabe and to .,l
[ kept at ilrst JO:
ills rt
The sharpest Unlit, on Grlerson'n. route '' of others lint d<> most of yourawn :' ::I 4

wus ut the croMwlng of Tlckfaw river. $3QOQ FORFEiT thinking./ nt' 'IIIIM.. some one linnuccoodeil I Nit i-. f T Pow. FUGGc
the Tlckfaw e1
The I brldue: over was
with certain methods itloemi't
cavalry Will be paid by the World's Dispensary "' S ; 0fI
guarded by the Ninth Tennesse -
Medical Association of Buffalo, N. V., follow every ime can or will lohe
battalion ixmted, In a narrow detlle. if they cannot show the original signature Hiitne' To win certain microns' one ) b =

After cnpturlng the Tenm-sneo picketsColonel of the individual volunteering the aunt adapt every effort to the require- fag __ EXPRESS

tr. It. Blackburn, charged the testimonial below, and also of the writers iients of the breed the location of the Q) t PREPAID PaEPAIov
brldgn at the head of the Seventh Illinois \ of every testimonial among the thousands _
plant. the needs of the market to bo
and In a brilliant dash routed the which they are constantly publish > a 20 '
, dCD -
upplted.. and keep pegging away.- j (
TenneHMeeiiiiii. ut the |H>lnt of the sulior.' ing, thus proving their genuineness. ) 3 $
Seorge II. Pollard in Reliable
Poultry tN '
Colonel IUuckl>urn was wounded the "When 1 commenced .taking your medicine. e 1 Q ea41 ,
rlRhtMti month..gq' m. hrnllh w.s completely ourual. .
melee.Orlei. bruken down write. Mrs Con t, SunderUnd: '
of Chanryrtlle.i Calvtrt' Co., Md. "At Umn I < 0 j jc
'son's only guide wascn packetmap could not even walk aero* the room without For Those Who Live on Farms.Dr. < 1

but by capturing couriers with pain in mv theot. r*. UWtor w*. ,nf*M mn Dergln, Pana, Ilia., writes: "I .
dispatches and making use of his lever laid /*aJ Imog troU,. .., aril uf aim. Altogether 1 have taken elhie.Btxxtln Dot
scouts he succeeded In evading the of 'O ldeB Medial. Ducoverv'and ave rays recommended It to my friends, as Iam If" $450 Sy
enemy Ilelng in motion in the rear: of vial of PelleU. I am now almoat entirely confident there is no better made. It ,.

t the Confederates defending Vlckaburg.he well whatever, and, and do all can my rm work with without more ..any.. then pain I I. a dandy for burns" Those who live 8 iO i t

p distracted their attention from Gould. lormerly a. /&- 011 farms are especially liable to many d I2 4
Irant's) column at a critical moment In Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical accidental cuts,burns and bruises, which N $ r
Adviser in paper covers, is sent fret on heal rapidly when Ballard' Snow Llnl- j fZoG
said of raid.
the Grant
campaign. moet'brlmaat the receipt of :II one-cent stamps to cover lent Is applied. It should always be .9) a $9) oo
"It has been one of the expense of mailing only. Address Dr. ept In the house for cases of emergency yt

aat'Jttyy exploits: of,tbe war d will.be It. V. Pierce Buflslo, K Y. 5c, 50c and Jl.OO at B.R. Wilson Son. .
Agents Co.
t for the Pabst Brewing


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EAST uAST ADVOCATE, MAY 29, 1903. 3 t'',

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rofes8ional Oards.EO. Masters Sale.UNDER DO YOU KNOW? MOLTING OF FOWLS. CLOTILDE SOUPERT. Women as Well as Men


': AND BY VIRTrK OF A DECRR tatorsuatlen Anvat This .o..b.t'' T9e n....* For the \llIlInn-'I..I.: Are Made Miserable by
May ,
KODBINS ... ..
M. ... "" anil mile Nxuml out of tbe )1I1)'ue.lo. Pro.... Bred l>y fie Amntrum.Clcitilde ; .

COUNSELOR In a cause Circuit therein.Tonrt dcpendingwherein for| nrevanirnunty| ,, Klorl.l The litlUn : Editor Base Ct>n/l tlroratf.: In respect to tlaio raoltlLg/ may bcb.uractorUrd I SIIIII;>(','t Is useful" ,,'hf'rl'v.'rrlMt. Kidney Trouble.

ATTORNEY AND State of River 1"10.1." Slate.... In Hunk complainant, a. rorH| ,"*and.I..n Oeo.or ti I r.. Do you know that this question nf the as early or lute. The I .,. nmy In' /grown either for )pot ctilture ]-

AT-LAW. Duren anll Julia A. Ouren his wife Arthur. right of women to self-government la one younger tow Is. us u rule begin and or liedtllng purpoHos.' It la n hnost11I1I.t
Feaster and Ahbfo<). which la the attention of, Kidney trouble preys upon the mind dls-
United State whet anil Hen. commanding : the molt them and
early.Vltb York
and complete latitude of New
dv the
In State F.Duren. and Arthur T. Feaster and lessens ambition
I, practice as oo partner, the whole civilized world? The womo courages : beauty vigor
Court. trading and snug bunlnem under the Ann nam. the season runs from July to Septeu.her. can 10. grown farther north If protected and cheerfulness soon
of England Scotland Ireland and Wale.
and ntyle of Uuran *: Kenotor .. rrae.l;
) The older fowls begin tuoltiu
TITUSVILLE FLA.L. The Tluievllte KH'rtrlo Light To ,a t orpnraiiotof .. may vote upon the ennui terms as. men i ID from hard freezing. and winter sun pf:l disappear when the kidneys
Office at the State of florlilnj Kilwln O. UeUoman later and often do not complete the are out of order
; ,&a ;. all elections except that of mumburs i\>f light. It Is covered with large bios
surviving partner) of Alexancerl'edeman' Aleianilor ". Parliament. process until cold weather bits set li. l' or diseased.
L raileniun. and Edwin:, 0 Ueiloinan CoUartnore -
QAULDEN doing business' under the arm iianianil I Do you know that In England the With them the molting- seluonexteudi ; Kidney trouble has
style of Uudunian. &0 (:0,1; Job.. R. Walker. House of Commons has three times r<- from August! or Sopteiubvr to November become so prevalent '

* ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, and John,(.ft.If. hell Mint.ua K.County A. LimklliiCi Connuliwli John .C.of Jont I're- corded ..lf In favor of full suffrage for ; or Dl('t'IUI.I'r. Age, therefore!, I I. .s Pr for that I It!child la not to uncommon bo born '

yard County, Florida The eta?lnr,t Ull Comp : women, and that It would now be estat) ; usually rt-ckoned as, an vlouiout In: a
, In all' the Courts of the State' nv, .a oorpuratlnu. of sand under the lwa of thtl lUhed but for the hereditary' and unprcgrenslve laid down It Ff afflicted with weak kid- i,
ill practice molting and the principle Is + wl
United States Court. State \ew.lensey: The New Haven Hankui( t neys. If the child urinates -
orilla,and fe .. o..a.l..n..f) Mew: Haven Con nee House of Lords? that the older the fowl la the later _.: too often. If the '
TFTQSVILLE TLA. Iwlll sell Do know that the women of Ant
Box.20. at public auotlo you be in undergoing the of scalds the flesh If when child !
It the
U will process urIne or ,
in front of the hurt Mouse I dour at Tltiimrllli. .. tralla, numbering 80UOtK, the women of
Florida' ,during; the legal hours. of tale,upon til the Isle of Man, and of New Zealand, enjoy molting., While this statement of the reaches an age when It should be able to '

J. WEBS. FIRST MONDAY: IN JULY, A. D., 1003, full\ suffrage: upon the same terms amen principlermbodloa nn observed act of control the passage I It! Is yet afflicted with \; '
being the Sixth'dayoC until month, to the high. and the women Sweden/ and Not- facts yet It does not state, It 8t>cm -difficulty: depend upon It. the cause of -
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, the Is kidney trouble and the first
eat 1,1leac Milder I for Canh the fml'owtngde- way, with slight' property qnalliloatloi to mo, the real 'IH'Ke of the tlliTereucla
.crl'lied real astute of the ilutendunm, situated Ilirevard step should be towards the treatment of 'yj
In the Courts of the 7tcult may vote In all elections except member time of molting fowls. The real r
HI\ practice County, Florida,to wit I- I these important organs. This unpleasant 'Y
; Taxes paid for nonresidentrents All that curtain lot or parcel of land Mtuat' of Parliament? cause 1 believe to be a difference In trouble Is due to a diseased: condition' of the
and accounts collected. In the County' of Kravaril. and State of Florida. l.Jo you know that the women of \Vyo As fowl older' lose ,
rigor. n grows kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as
an'ln the town of Tltiuvllle anti described I al.
ming have voted tho name tea ms amen
FLORIDA. follows* upon In rigor, just as a man of years:! [lose i most people suppose. ,
08VILLB, since 18(1'J( '! and ilIRt the tnl venal '
HeRlnnlnK at a point on the Rant: line of Want I
his power of recuperation after effort; Women as well as men are made miserable
inRton AvDimn HO feet North of the BouthWBr. testimony Is that it has resulted in great : ,
D. PENNEY, corner or Lot J In iilk I),thence rnnninir Easton : I good to both the women and the State(? BO a fowl loses Its power of early moll with kidney and bladder trouble
.a line Patrkllelwlthtoe> South boundary i and both need the same great remedy.
I and each sees the
lug yenr
Do know that for
Raid I.ut 3, ':.IlIleeC to a :lit foot alley, conveyln you the movement The mild and the Immediate effect of
EY-AT-LAW.. the rlghtof way toMildalluv, running North woman suffrage Is only one phase. of the to n Inter period. Anythlni Swamp-Root Is soon realized. 1Is sold > j.
ATTO and Smith thence North along unlit' alley\ 311 feet : eternal wnrfaie of nil the centuries for which will tend to keep up the vIgor w ..... $
to..a ten foot alley\ runiilnit Kiwtaml, went thane by druggists In fifty-
csvawe:, FLORIDA Went. along said alley \iR: feet to the Kant: line nWaahfiiKton human Mbort) ? of the fowl will also tend to secure fo cent and one dollar,

In all the courts of the 7t Avenue, theme Smith :.to tent along ., Do you know that, while women are It an early molt. sizes. YoumayhavaatjMH'| ]' i '."
1 practice the said Kant line of th
Watihinicton Avenue to ruled our, the highest intelligence: and :
characterize Wlsia
Molting, again, may be bottle by mall
Judicial Circuit. totntof UHiclnninw.: The nitiiie being apartol 1 i sample
will be
Lot t Hlk I>,as per. map or tl"t town nt Titus. morality never fully reprosente as gradual or sudden. Some fowl free also pamphlet tell- Bone o'11..__
villa on aid In the .Clerk''Ilii'e. In any community ID Its law, 8lncfllntel.
will begin to drop a few feathers and 'lly \\ng all about It. Including!: many 01 the
Aim a HtrlpMxand a llulf (U'-i) InclieiwlilcInclnillnK ligenue and morality morality must al
A. FROST ( half of the party null) oil of thNorth I be at the ballot-box with at once replace) them and will keep up| thousands of testimonial letters received fflfT'
.Hide of a certain loD-uf land adjoining th. way averaged from sufferers cured. In writing Dr. Kilmer
until the whole plumage '
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, above described premise, which said. strip I I.. Ignorance: and Immorality? It is plain this process & Co.. Binghamton N. Y., be sure and
fully described" a finrtain deed from Frank T. that wherever Intelligence and morality; baa been renewed. They are at nil i
11 I practice in all the Courts of the 7tl Nat ge and wife to H. 11. Kiy anti J. W. Rodtfurf' : predominate over ignorance and Immorality times completely clothed, although th CLUSTER OP CLOrll.I HOCrKlIT 11OSKH. mention this paper. ,
dated. June :'Jilth IHU1, and recorded In Honk 1 I'' at nil times when In growth and
Judicial Circuit. page otlln the oltlco of Clerk of Court for Bre- the trend of civilization must be< clothing during the process U nn Internilxture some

yard County Floilda.' upward, and since women can offer ahigher of new and old feuthon. baa healthy glossy foliage, seldom af- nrt
ITCSVILLE, BtiTuly-3 JOHN:Spi-flal HENRY: Aliutei. per cent of morality, and certainly of bright and faded! colors, producing feote l by any dlHeiiMp. I Ie

an equal amount of Intelligence. with / the trlnla ten
a patchy and Irregular effect upon After extending over years
A. MORGAN men, it requires no demonstration to
REDERICK Notice. show that women. will Jielp tn make the eye of the beholder. Other fowls will we vnlm Clotllde Soupert si> highly

Abstracts of Title. world better.! K. M. R. drop nearly the whole of their plum. Unit wo would Tt'tllill It to the exclusion

age In a few days nnd for weeks will of all other varieties If forced to
EU ESTATE AND INSURANCE, flKCt-IT. rorRroPTIIBSKYEKnt JT- "scud under bare poles," look pool.
IN. ,. of Florida In mid for ''l..var.1County. World Wide Reputation. content ouracUes with one rose, flays
In Chancury. I HU.n. forlorn and deserted until tho new
Loans, Notary Public. White's Cream Vermifuge has achleved Rural I Ii.w:- Yorker la Illustrating a
plumage has had time to grow am +rr ,Me '
P. I-adillitou 'e.J
actions, Typewriting, Stenography. 1 a world wide ,leputatlon being the cluster of hIOl.III.'hllt' Invaluable
> Order of I'ublloatlon
V" first form
their nakedness.
Henry olmgtend; et alTo best of all worm destroyers. and for Its cover for the border or window garden. It Is
TITUSVILLE, FLA.A. tonic Influence on weak and unthrifty of molting seeuis to bo better for thi
JallleR P. Thorns, Ills wife Mr*. .lames VThouiH .. of no use to the grower of cut 1 blooms,
,and Edith ". Tho",..all or tHO N. Hagar cliililieu as it neutralizes the acidity or fowls, rendering them loss liable to< aa only M He ties bearing large Individual -
.FROST .WADE II. JOXE. avenue,Chlcnu: ; III. sourness of the stomach, improves theii take cold especially If the molt takei i wanted
You are each of you ordered to appear to the. digestion, and assimilation of food,, place In the fall while the second font : blooms on long stems lire
Jfc. JONES bill or nun plaint In' the above entitedcause ac for that purpose. It Is, however the
FROST the Clark'a Office of till court at Tltimvllle. strengthens; their nervous system and l has the advantage of having all of the .
.Florida on the ttrnt day of J nun \ItJJ.! : and to di restores them to the health, vigor and plumage: of the name age and therefore I rose for the Ufilllon and Is greatly appreciated
further and receive what our ealll court shall childhood., amateurs.
elasticity\ of spirits natural to by
!AL ESTATE AND INSURANCE, have considered. this' behalf.ItU of uniform brightness and fresh ,
diructud' that thlnor.ier I lie publlshiwith 25o at li. R. Wilson &; Son, Tltimvllle. the nee When the ground I begins (to freeze,
and Collections. i : : news. For exhibition purpose .
Loans ait little inlay In the EAST the plant may be lightly covered with
IHthlr..hUfI and Is the better form of molt. "'by.
COAST ADVOCATE at Tltnvllle,
TirusviLr.K' FLORIDA. Florida! once a week for four con.euntlv<. SAN FRANCISCO EXCURSION. some fowls should molt /gradually anti coarse straw or reeds and Inter with Miss Ida. M. Snyder. a

I weeks; and' that within twenty days from tin. Is not known. It la evergreen boughs, where procurable Trm .nr.. .( III. 11
date hereof a copy" hereof be pouted at the date It will\ Interest the comrades of the others suddenly I It be potted up fora sunny win Rrnoklyn: Last Lass Art Club..
I Itutlon. or may
A. WOIUEY. R. II. SKTMOUJIXT or the court h nine of Hrevard Couni v,and tI"Cthu due to some peculiarity of the constl
clerk nand by mall, a oopy hereof to each of! Grand Army of the Republic and their Is and dow. Where the cllnmto la too severe "If women would pay more attention to
rORLEY A. SEYMOUR, the ahove named defendant at their' addre ai friends desiring to attend the annual en- but what the peculiarity for safety outdoois' the rose way be their health we would have more happy

V above Done and ordered at the CliTk' OSlce at TI- onmpment of the G. A. R., at San Francisco bow It Is caused are mysteries.The lifted and planted. In a box of earth wives mother and daughter and If they sd

ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. titHvllle, Florida! this :AJrd ....y..r April,A. D California, August, 1st, to Oct. old writers used to think molting with few hole In the bottom for would observe multi they would find
\MI3, the low of Gi.70: sort of disease: and "molting fever'' al) doctor not t
i general practice in State and Fed A STEWART, 16th, at rate a drainage The box may. be kept tu a that the preicrlptlon do ;
al Courts. Special attention givento L.II.l Clerk of the Circuit Court. round trip from Jacksonville with tou became n common term. Wo \hnve out' room where moderate freezing perform the many cure they are flvca a
HyO Stewart, LI.CQuo. rist's sleeping car berth for two persons, grown that as we have many other spare credit for
admiralty practice. M. RotmiMi, Attorney for Plaintiff. through fo San Francisco, at*i).50. These things, but that view of tho ease Indicated will do no harm If It In not warm "In consulting with my drutflit h* ad.

ELL' Buir.DiNG, MIAMI,. FLA are the rates fixed by the several passenger good care should lie given to the enough to start growth during the In. vbed McElrca'i Wins of Cardur and Thed.

\TrAVrBD-8EVER\I.: INDUSTRIOUS I'ER-. ; associations and Gen. Chase, com.manding b.. tervals., The soil should be kept quite ford* Black.Drmg.ht, and *o I look It and
TEPIIEN E. FOSTER >r' Don In each State to travel for houseestaluspett the Florida department G. A. molting fowl. That fact can never moist and the endeavor mad to hay have every retion to thank him for a new
and with
eleven yean a larw fowls should always -
his In Orders No. 2 selected the outgrown. Molting cold weuther. life opened to ma with restored health,
capital, ti> sal: nimii merchants. and agents foiuroeKrul R. the plant dormant during up
ATTOUNEY-AT-LAW and profitable line. Permanent' en- Southern railway system as the contract- have the best' of care not beriinae The delicate blush and white Clo- and It only took three months to cure me.**
Weekly cash salary of 418 and niltruvellnit dick: but beontme the growth,
icaicetnent. advanced ing company at the l best. possible terms they are tilde will nlwnys be moot ad Wire Card 111 ff
: expellees. and hotel bill Poupert of I It a regulator the
Dyal-Upchurch Building, Jax. rash. each. weak. Experience. not ennentlnl.. Men. looking to the comfort, and ..cunomyof of i a new ,)\'f1rlll1II111t'1I cxtrnonHnnryJcninndH nil h't'-d. to" menstrual function and i I. a most attoiiUbinff 1
JACKSONVILLE. FLA.S. Lion relerenoeand' nncloae self address envelop. the comrades and their filends. upon their. s.vHtems, and they ;"" toniu It I
(or cure
\ATIOVAL.3-H: Dearborn St.,Chicago; a women. I
The route selected In: .Jacksonville to should) <' n'ded! to meet them demands.Illiil rainlnw of lltr l.aiioo. scantyaup reaw'dtoofregtentirrep(jJ
Atlanta Itirmlugliani and Kansas City beenilHe\ of t tlie xraiitllK'KS. of their' On :March 4 the British war of t'e Ismied ularafatpalnfulmenatrtatlonfallia\ << ,

BUR HIAl\I, M. D. To lUu'delI111" via :ttouthurn and Frisco| routes, Denver, lotiilun th.tlllUnld; be protected. from uu order iiboilHhliiK the use, of the of the womb white mid flooding.) A ), i,

rol.? Rock Island Ry., Colorado Spring and ruins by coiufortublr The 1 III helpful. when approaching woman-
sale new cold wind liuii-e III UN well as. In work
A baritone horn for nearly ;; and Peiibln, via D. A R. O route to play Ili
SURGEON and SPECIALIST, coot$jr! .(X)5; will sell fur *IJ: .00. Can be Halt Lake City and Ogden via R. O. AW. shelter. At this time they are liable to /sword will hi retained by the cavalry, hood, during pregnancy, after child- ""
birth and in clianjro of life. It fre
Ear Nose and Throat. seen at the stare of route thence to San Frisco via South- contract colds and other diseases and but the most Important WC'III"m will bea bring dear to homes
J. It. WALKER & Oo., be the such things should be cmmli'tl n walnut.nnd the niirntly a baby
RT PALM BEACH FLOKIDA. : ern I'ttclHo. This Is believed to new short ,rifle, replacing present that have been 'barren ears. All
Tituavllle\ Fla. coolest and most beautiful route on the because of the) striilu upon their carbine The loose had. long lawn out druggists have 1.00 bottles of Wine

lines. across the continent As ten days system lu growing stow plumage they of UK when It WHS revived by. Mapo- of Cardul.WI".

R. HOUGUTOX'S ARE YOU A BOAT BUILDER? If are allowed to reach "Filsro" stops will should lie liberally fed upon food adapted leon. who got the Idea from a regiment

you are, Ret one of Walton's Patent be t made wherever the majority may delire. to pri Tools invaluable to boar. The Southern and connections will 1 EoCARDUI
AT1NO DENTAL APARTMENT Calking ; ers are hugely composed of nitrogen. me tine only i-ountrlea. that seem
and of boats C"lkabm's provide convenience and have a .
builder owners every
of sulphur and their compoflltlon It.
with a truce tm.llmlnUhed. faith In
still to
other with the to to
than representative party
the "Dentos more rapidly nay
on should be the
calking tool in ,the woiUl. Price (4 00) every comfort and the expeditious movIng Inillrutt'S iiltlou: ;.;li it-rtuln of tho lleriiian regiments

Now AT PALM BRACH!: and $SOO each, at ADVOCATE office, of the train. hnriictrr of the food at this period. carry it.How ,
Tituavllle Fla. All particulars can be had by writing In a state of nature the molt takes

I II. F. I'ary, District Passenger agent, place when birds can obtain a liberal to Tak. On talc ...!... ETI

M. MASON, ALL KINDS OF .JOn PRINTING Southern Railway, IDS( W. Bay street, supply) of Insert life. Bugs and worms Ink stains can be removed from white

r FOR remember the ADVOCATE office and Jacksonville, Fla., or to Comrade T. R. are then abundnnt. and they furnish )linen[ by oxalic acid chlorinated sods

Chapman, quartermaster' general !St.: for lemon and salt. The material sliould
DE 'TAJSURGEOY.AXfORD do not fall to fiend UM a share of your the: nitrogenous necessary or Seeds
work. We will please you.. ; Petersburg, Fla.ARCELS Feather growing. [In u state of domestlutlou then lx laid In tho sun and wet from the Kind

the fovtare) dependent' upon time to tlino with lemon juice and that Leadscost I'I. ,
FLORIDA => IN ENGLAND. food and beught washed In water. The application I.
rr We cannot guarantee to publishItems POST nan for their supply, warm nuors-.yl.li noire. .;
that do not roach this office before > : to furnish tho bent available subitltutes should be repeated If necessary. odd by all ds I.rs. t 'WID05sIl 'If

E. BUCK noon on Thiirsdajs.Virginia. Every civilized nation\ will sooner or for Insect life. These are to .be dAtoreal I'p '

. later possess. a parcel-post. A community found lu articles of food rich lu nltrofen. Slew. .. Mak l..mtom Ba..... .
which In content to leave the conveyince M. Fe s Ce.r
beef lean Take two hounds of granulated. sugar
Wheat bran scrups. ONrolt .
kton A Hudd Building, Main! St.. Homes tontractors of its' parcels, must either the hands be of miserably private beef. ground bones oats and wheat. three cups of water three well beaten f:

Jacksonville. ;."Rooms 15, 10, 17. pour or Immensely rich, .nd, It may be lover and Home other foods lire rich !In "ItR. two tablespoonfuls) of butter two

added, long suffering. The two systems iltrogen. v> bll!' com U deHclent In thin tabloftpoonrnlN of cornstarcb. juice and

DENTIST. You learn all about Virginia\ ; Lands, are not to be compared. The private lenient, yet as heat and force are con rind of two lemons. Beat sugar eggs '

product, mode of cultivation carrier offers civility, zeal and other ertlblf terms, and force Is neetled at butter and cornstarch until creamy,
its ,
WQ and Bridge Work, resources, prices, etc., by leading the Tailing virtues, but only within a limited Ills period corn should also be furliuhed then add lemon juice and grated rind i

Porcelain Inlays, Virginia Farmer. Send lucts eras; the post. with a limited amount of tu some e \\t'ul. mid the boiling water. Cook until The Largest and Most Cora.olate .

High class Plate Work. for a month) subscription to the ilvlllty, offers speed, <
Farmer Co., Emporia Va.WORMS. iem. and ubiquity in the services of a ng formula will be found useful: For or for tarts or layer cakes.

TAXTEJREVERALPERSON80VCHAR.aster and sand reputation In each state. i I strictness east organization; and having, trained, an with agency military(two he morning of meal ground give; wheat two bran pints one'by : Haw to ...k. P.,....... ........1..... 'EOI' S, HACKER & SON,
( ) reprenant hundred and twenty-five thousand in bulk finely
..s4vertt. 'anal, established uwealthy bunlnemocemarv., Great Britain) In every village and In hurt of corumeul. on, part of beef Finely chop together half cup each

kiltwith oro"lhl exl."n.Ona"c'...'.. .ddltlonal.standing.ai Salary, able$410' In ,1 }) ivory street of a great town. scraps or ground green bone and to Bundled cherries apricots and oranges.

...10 Wednesday' front heat olt' II. The Parcel Post Is specially useful to !itch<<: quart of the mixture one heaping Moisten to the consistency to spread
.n.1 ca..la" fll.n'.he" when with little capital wbo sells with marmalade, spread between -
trader a <<
-rent's Knebsed: ..addreeset.... envelope.3J4l the :easpoouful of sulphur; mix thoroughlyrlth orange
vial Co. Dearborn St.,Chicago.Kidney I I Ifoit In Quantity. Bi In Quality a good article at a. low price. Such a boiling water and allow the nJlx.turt ; thin slices of angel food, cut In
nan had formerly no chance against: his down to heart' shnpes.Hotv .
/I /1-:J.L..LTJD'S: : wealthy rivals, employtr.g travelers andlellverlng !' to stuud until It la cooled
Cure .I, warmth that enables It to be handled .
ley's hU wares from his own vans tn n....... a HtmtmoU P1o.r.Three .

et kidneys and bladder right. OreamVermfuge| Now he merely has to advertise and or- without burning.; but parts boiled linseed oil and two
sere come pouring from north, south, Foods should be fed warm
of a potsb -
FOR TE1B last and west, which be 1 Is able to .xe- .hould never be fed hot. For the ev n- parts spirits turpt'htln"'make

BO YEARS' lute with the! maximum of speed. Per. 10" mt"alltlve equal parts of wheat and that not only polishes, but covers

EXPERIENCETRADE Has Led all WORM Remedies.; lIOns bring local productions to the notice ats.) At midday feed all the green shabby places so that they are scarcely

EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. of friends at a distance. And his I found lover the' fowl will eat. To the drliikag lotlceable. Sbake well together betore a

SOLD BY ALL OMUOOISTS. tbat the Increase of parcel post business water add a small Quantity of sul- using and apply very thinly or it I

.......D av means Increase In other branches-letter enough to slightly will be difficult to got a satisfactory MANUFACTURERS OF
A BALLARD ST. dpVI9.DISEASES... writing, telegraphing and remitting by phate> of ovals Just I
r.KIDNEY pollllb.
AMES water and give It a brack- "
Iscolor the '
-- orderll.--J. Hennlker M.
Ileaton Sash Blinds
noney Doors
P., In the May Cosmopolitan. lab tast.-(-IL B. Uubcock la American low. .. Mako CM.4loo Born .._.,.. .

MABKS 'oaltry.JournnL To make a candle burn all night put aiding & Building Material I .

I OISIONSAc. GREATLY ALARMED Ailments. lastly powdered sslt on the podia nu

, .. Spring UIIC reach the black part of UM wick.. Office! Warerooms. King opposite IiI
n.ne. .. ,
, ndbi". a.kM.h and eeseMptk. mar !
but Per
I, wbnnin an ly a Persistent Cough There la an aching and tired feeling; '
d o/.lnbat bee whMaer Cannon Street.
::" %.,pr.h.hly_ ". ComninnlrAIliuidbook I the most fatal of aH
,. ( .r'red....n.hIM.' for _.on_Patents_ ire Itemedy.II. ugglsh! and Inactive, the digestion I Im- almost neighborhood some- Charleston S. C. *
every i.
t.keo laln'a Cough
:W s"Ico wllhoutVhiri"iii"lE Ib.ouvlt. ...." ..co. ,.,. eases. p.lred. with little or DO ambition for on. has died from an attack of colic or
student at law InSreenvllle

ScKntmc Jimericatt.n KIDNEY CURE It I I', Borbsge, 8. C., had m boon troubled,forfoar body oythlng and, mind and a needs feeling toning that the up.whole Th. could boles be morbos procured, often or a before physician medicine annv Sash Weights, Cord atu "

-,:+:::''':?'':janti.rue! VmnUL we ratlf. ,Term.......*.183a fOLEY'S Bnnitiid eta..,f thigh or b.five a.years)., with"gremtljr continuous alarmed cough me, ouble sea ao Is accumulation, that during of winter waste, there matter has In Iseases ionvd. should A reliable be kept remedy at band.for these Tbe Hardware 1, J

i t lf 'a casing me to fear that I was In the first It
yl Herbloe will se
remove ,
tb. system. for to take
U'NN'f 311kWauu rta" Is too great anyone 1
kNew rANNER refunded. Contains atage of consumption. Mr. Buibsge are to the secretions a right exit, and hamberlaln'a. Colic, Cholera and Dlsr- Window and Fancy Glass
Ili money Chamberlain's Cough ItemJy
ksoet lItIJoe, Ilea P lit..w teeing seen by' Its tonic effect, tally reatore the wssti rhoea Remedy has undoubtedly saved
remedies recognized: LtZ advertised concluded to try it. Now tissues and give strength In place of the lives of more people and relieved A SPEOIALTY.t I;

SALVES DWt physicians as the read what be s lds of it: "I soon felt a eakness. 6Oc at B. R. Wilson A Bon.y lore pain and suffering than soy other 1 1I
r and after using two
remarkable change
S eating salve In the world. Kidney W Bladder trouble. ottles of the twenty-flve cent use, WMermanently ledlolae In use. It caD always be de- Foley's Honey and Tar .
.' ?- OLD NEWSPAPERS For Sale ended upon. For sale by all druggistsnd ,

res Olcy'S lloney..IltI'Tar B. K.PRICE WILSOX 5Oto...... ,&...SON. lTd1 'lets and medicine cured.dealers.Sold by all drag. e heap, at this oce.t medicine dealer to>r children,**fi.fur*. No opiates.

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JAMES. PBifCHABD, President; w... M. BROWN Vlce-Preal h

C. S. SCHUYI.KR, Cashier. W. S. BBAHNINO, Asst. Mashie, debt.


To-morrow, Saturday, is the day I BAN)

.a Wass LY JOOKHAI. P.rOTKD TO T..O.V.r.o set apart for the purpose of hono J
OJTMMT OV TH. IXDIAB B1TEB LACSWOBTB ing the memory of the dead soldie Biliousness CbUNTY DEPOSITORY.
AY oenJose.I
ABO SUOATUB of the Republic, and these ex+rcls< Authorized
MaKes capital, $:
Include the laudation of the brave Paid 'Co
I! deeds of the departed and strewing CHronic Invalids. Average deposits, $$40':
Editor & publUbiIM with choice flowers. It .. t50pi
H. WALTOM their
graves Whoa the liver is torpid, the bile caters the Mad ss -
Is a beautiful custom, and shoul viniUnl\ then that train of Liver Ills
'- a poisoo; Transacts
.oontlna noe of be continued so long as those wbo a General Bash
Ally at this once or by writing.

CtwcK.oto.,may be made payable to CBAaLa.f. : live brave appreciate fellows the made.sacrifices The ware tboi Jl\1 1VIVER 4>ILLSIud Business

.. WALTOH,publisher.; the rebellion closed its sangulnai

f.. : strife thirty-eight years ago .nd k Largest and Oldest Bank on the RliKxohauge

BOSTON OFFICt an-office Tim at RUT 404 Atlantloa.enue COAST AnV -, the animosities engendered by four Tonic Pellets are the only Trtstnxnt dial eiy' k np bought/: and sold on all ,
baa opened Poalp
OAK Boeton, which-will be In cliiirK of Mr. Claude years of conflict have given' place the liver just tbs right touch and starts ?Jae re'. w Countries.

C.Walton. to kindly feelings between those work in the right Moocr. The Pill coaches the !1 r Patronage Appreciated.--
who faced each other on the firing + x treatment and for Prompt .em Stf
liver,the Pellets tone the system every oonltant ,
|qr* In writing to>the ADVOCATE for Inform line. The Blue and the Grey In t ? rvative banking granted. '
lion of any kind the writer will oliliue by enolcH Florida and other States now meet Sorapl and Doohlt Fr... Netlenenk: : ten

Ing a .tamp..I..relllle.1. envelope. In a spirit of fraternity, and dli. "L.. Complete Treatment ;r. 1 isscpas5B. :,; _:t =EflaKa trj Natlo"al Seaboard Bank of Jacksonvllle of :Fh;", root,

cuss in a social way, the can. "' e1 J S da J 5 eta. .# '.' -
Address all oommnnloatlon to e r.a ... "..rITUSVILLE, FLT.
,r EAST COAST ADVOCATE:, paige in wbibh! they on opposlt .. ....0.
< sides were connected. It is well

.' --Trruiviu.-- --. TLOKXDA.---- that the, passions of those stlrrin r SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPAS1 Nl
----- times have been mellowed by a better ). TILE

i: 17. 8. Department of Agricultur understanding of each othe

r. Weather Bureau-Jupiter,Fie between the people of the North Sold by B. K. WILSON & SON. TITVBVILLIC. Wood Goal Coke Brick Lime Cement

hi and the South. -----. -- ,

f The following i Is a comparative stat- The observance of Memorial Day BREVARD COUNTY FLORIDA. mills which. gives us about 4000. W *
l' ment of temperature and rainfall forth shell, andare putting It only In the
I of th. use
May 20, 1903.! Is a tribute to patriotism i wide and sli
Jt weekending Tuesday. wagon ruts now, two feet Vitrified Paving and Sidewalk I Brick
left their homes and avo .....
-1903- -l 0aDATE. men who I Address delivered before the Initial Inches deep. After this Is done and.we ,
t' R MAX. KIN. MAX. HIM rations to fight for their country ; meeting of the Florida East Coast Good raise more money we fill the centers. II
f, 80 81 70 81J 70 and we trust that the Blue and loads League-by C. H. Race Y, I'res. takes about BO car loads of 30 cubic Offices foot ot Logan Street, Jacksonville, Florida. Telephone Noi l
''I,, n: 81 73: 80 0S3 the will gather together tomorrow Good Roads Association, 5th District, yards each to go one mile,filling only the General
,: 83: 73: 83 75 Grey Brevard County: ruts. We pay $l> per car freight, (8 tor J. K. :MUNNERLTN, Manager
and do
,. :88 8.1 75; 8.'I 74 in a friendly spirit, It affords me treat pleasure at this all the shell and fit t for laying, making a total -- ---- -
I:' 24 83 711 Ha WSB honor to the memory of those vol Important meeting to add In any way. my of tM per oar or $1,300' per mile, or,, -
84 70 85 7U unteer soldiers of the civil war who little mite of encouragement In stimulating If shelled solid, about 1650. Our district -
8 fl 84 71 81)) 67 made such sacrifices and suffereio you to carry on this good work, and la about 15 miles long. Some roads & Baker
! Total rainfall for the week: 0.00 to go ahead and form this East Coast branch off from the main one, making MeMurray
, Dspa,tare from normal rainfall for the much for their country. Good Roads League; for, as you all probably 40 or f r 0 miles of road altogether ,
week: minus 1.37 I Inches. Departur know, In union there la strength. I am of which we have now about 10 miles
p from normal rainfall since January 1, an enthusiast on subject of good road, ,shelled In hauling to the depot beforewe 401.413 East Bay Street. Jacksonville, Florida.
pins 7.3J: Inches. GROVER CLEVELAND. and have been for the past twelve years. bad our ruts shelled 6 or 8 crates of,
UAI. P. HABDIN Observer. When I first came to this Mecca or pineapples was a good load; now we can -Makers,and Jobbers of-
0---------------- of the glorious section of Florida right from take 21, and when the road IK shelled
From recent utterances New York city, where I was born and solid will carry 40.
A Chicago colored minister wai press it.seems that after all Grove brought up, I was charmed with the Nothing; will develop a country like Vehicles Harness Carriage and Wagon Materii l
very severe on the "policy shops'of Cleveland would be acceptable 8S beautiful Indian and H>tlnt Lucia rivers, !good roads They are an evidence of 1

that town, and the result was, the nominee for the Presidency, tB< and In fact everything. You might civilization' progress/ and keeping up Saddlery, Rubber Tires.
that his church was wrecked by a his say that we had everything except goodroads. with the times. Every hamler.town and
nany to whom not so long ago The climate la the fluent lu the village; along:: the East Coast is agitating
"mob. This is a lesson to the effect lame was as a red rag to a bull. world;,we are right In the center of the this question; and It will not be many First-Class Repairing and Painting, &c. &c.

that policy shops should not bi And this is as It should be ; he pineapple and orange belt, which runs years before you "lIIl1ee this state road ------- ------ .---- --
L meddled with.PINEAPPLES. ins always been a .strong man, from A nkona to VVaveland and Sewalls built from Jacksonville to Miami, a distance '
Point, near the famous Gilberts bar or, of 8U5; miles and the finest automobile
''althful to hi" public trusts ; no Door & Window Frames
:Santa Lucia Inlet, wberelport.men come highway; In the county. I have
: are now being shipped truckler the masses, but one.wh*.') to enloy the finest fishing In the whole killed two horses ia this sandy road. I .

r out of Brevard county by tbe< snows his own mind, can see cleary country, the varieties comprising tarpon, say, gentlemen brace up and wake up to
for the manufacture of do
carloads and the growers report into the probable future result pompano, king lab, mackerel, trout, the necessity of putting your shoulders We have just Installed special machinery screen
mullet it and window frames and can make hem In All sizes styles and deslgnn.
golden bass, blue Hah, sbeephead, to the wheel of progress, push '
that the was never any larger) ot course of action, and win with wire galvanlved wire' or POMFHU,
crop any sargeant fish,jewllsli, moonfUh along( with all your might to keep It Can cover them plain green
iI 1, nor in finer condition than it ii I.I Till do what he believes best for mutton flab, etc. We also have"rouver.1 moving. It may be, perhaps, that I am a BRONZE Screen wire'cloth.. Write for prices.

t- this year. The fruit Is selling for his country, no matter whit the hunting;deer, turkey, bear, crank on the subject of good roads; but EAST COAST LUMBER AND SUPPLY COMPANY

I f,'. a good price, which will probablybe consequences: to himself.As opossum, coon, otter, quail, doves, both believe me, gentlemen, if you have good General Office at Ban Gallle, Fla.
maintained throughout the entire to his being a candidate for gray and fox squirrels, ducks alligators I roads you will have everything else that Yards at EAU GALLIE, TITUSVILLE: and FORT PIEHl'E.
etc. And If a man don't net over t'JH: I is good--Good Roads Magazine. .
(l' season. the nomination, he maintains a per acre on his plantation be considershe ----- -=
nasterful silence, but it would has not done well. We have In our

To the experienced advertiser the irolmbly be hard to find a nominee neighborhood, country a club yacht, tennis club,tournaments musicale society -, FLORIDA VS. CUBA. Hodges <& O'Hara,

l' ability to tell whether a publica. more capable of leading his party ,dancing class,sewing society
golf course ; ..
...Manufacturers and Dealersfin.
! don is good for his purpose Is almost to victory in Its present disrupteilondltion. a pineapple growers'; association, goalroads I A well known lady visitor to the East
y. intuitive. His trained eye The common sense ot: association, and have many good Coast, who resides In Rochester N. Y.? AND YELLOW PINE LUMBER
sends the ADVOCATE the following: CYPRESS
I mention the above at- Rt eased: ,
dances. I merely
M' can tell at a side glance more fuels he party, which is never long at and to show Sir William Van Home says t.batCuba
t tractions advantages; you
: : the uninitiated could find out fault, though, occasionally given ttysterical < what we have. Is the Riviera of America and will become Orange Box llends, Fruit and Vegetable; Crates. Moulding"; Shlngleo etc.
'tfn n hour's close examination lapses, demands just .as I have said, when I came here from a great winter result. Not unless Mills and office located at Uuffald Bluff, Fla. Write us for prices deliveredto
It first comes into the Union. Florida, of the State. Address: Hodges & 0'Hara. Buffalo Bluff flu
did part
watch the ADVOCATE if you uch a man at the helm. :New York the first thing I was to any
with the climate, the same natural
bring a horse, which was. one of three In -- --------
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'are an advertiser. a distance of CO or 00 mileR I made a charms and product and equally Interesting /
historical association and relics, Established Grain and Seed House In the Sao.a I
The Oldest
through ro
THE WAILES CLAIM. road at my own expense > .
has the advantages of direct travel bj .
NOTWITHSTANDING wars and rumors property a mile and a half long ousting
about $1:1:;:). For the that few years after ; railway! instead of a sea voyage, superior YwI321
of wars, there seems to be civilization and the protection of the
The Senate on rl'\JE'IIIhy\ passed eilll that the county gave us a kind of & 00
in ''United States which Insures comfort Wm.:: SO-u.rS:
plenty of money England yet appropriating '$77,415.43 foi a trail; I cleared It out also at my own J1 -
have and safety. As a part of the Union we
British time before
The investing public expense. It was a long any
the payment of what is known at could make Cuba In a few years an
been to take the new one would become deeply Interested In GARDEN SEEDS
very eager up the VVailea claim for services ren. good romlH. My scheme wan to get them earthly paradise, but while-It pretends toe GRAIN, HAY, AND ,
Tran.vaalloan of $175,000,000, BJ lereil in the preliminary! work that Interested In horses and become owners, > a toy Republic, Independent of us In
well as the big loan for Ireland esulted in the collection of the and then they were bound to show Interest peace clinging to our skirts in Land war it Flour Grits Meal and Fertilizer!)
of ,
The British government's announce. In rOll.dl,1\II they did.Ve formedour annot; compare our own
Indian War claim against the Uni.
ment brought out offers of many road association two years ago, and [flowers. eT 112 East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA
ed States government.The what Is the result We have four /good LOU1S.M_
that is be borrowed
times the amount to ,

Senate has now recognized Stores, a good hotel bank, Ice factory Made Young Again. Igts. for furina Feed. Warehouses on tracks of S. A. L. R'y and Plant System
; and although it la a Trans he obligation of the State of Flor- church town hall, telephone line, large;
vaal loan, it is to be guaranteed by new railroad depot, etc Of course we "One of Dr. King's New Life rills each
da in this instance and It is to beoped
bad but since the light for two weeks! has put me In my
the British As it some Improvements;
government that when the bill comes teens' again" writes D. II. Turner, of
upIn advent of good roads one wears a
bears Interest' at three per cent, it the House the precedent will be imlle. every >empseytown, Pa. 'They're the best In P. R-vihlxnan <& Co.

is hailed by many Britishers as be. cted without delay. There are five districts our county he world for Liver, Stomach and Bow. '
ing about as good as a return to upon we being the fifth liy petitions everyyear ell. Purely vegetable. Never gripe. On- '
261 Washington St ) NEW YORK.
the three per cent consols. Of the we levy a special road tax of seven Iy 22o at all drug stores. J3 Murray Street. J l X. Y.

proposed $175,000,000 Transvaal ON Friday next the Florida Leg.ilature -- ----- --- ---

loan. $05,000,000 would be appliedto will terminate its session

purchase all the existing railways 'here' are still M Urge number of The Best is Found the Cheapest.

; $25,000.000:) more would be new bills to be disposed of; but Florida Pineapples

expended as quickly as possible on how they can be acted upon In so

the development of railways ; $12,. hart a time remains to be seen.

500,000 .on land settlement and 'o' use a valgarism the bills maybe UNITEDPineapple OTJDR JSI'JZJOI.. VJLV.T'Y.'

works. The "railroaded" through.
$10,000,000 on public
We represent several of the largest shippers In your State, and wish to repraetl
Boers are certainly in luck for the

circulation of this large amount of THE pineapple shipments from you also. ,Give us a trial shipment. Established 30 yean.

money will help the country along the East Coast have already ex- -

considerably. ceded 300 carloads, and the sea. ESTABLISHED: 1870.

Ion has hardly begun.We .
: death of John Kenslt the '
r THE ,

. : most prominent anti-ritualist In cannot guarantee to publish M. Lane & Son
England, is of interest because of em that do not reach this\ office before ,

the part which he played in the noon on Thursdays.OR .

I history of the Anglican church. 250 WASHINGTON STREET, NEW YORK.
He was not a man who secured a ALL KINDS OF JOB PRINTING I

growing of followers, and his protests remember tho ADVOCATE cilice and WRAPSAre
do not fail to send us A share of your Southern Fruit and
church Produce
against high practices work. We will please you.
were not received favorably by .

many people. With that tolerance ARE YOU A BOAT-BUILDER t If I
which the English accord in rellg. you are, get one of Walton's Patent the Best. Ask your Neighbor. Oorc.rc..1ss1oc.: : Merchari.ts.: :
Calking Tools; invaluable to boat-
ious matters, they had borne with

Kenslt through his years of activity, boats builders more and rapidly owners than ot boat.any Calks other FLORIDA PINEAPPLES OUR SPECIALTY.

I, but they had deemed It advisableto calking/ tool In the world. Price 94.00 We Make Them in all Colors.

notice him only to the extent of and $S.OO each, at ADVOCATE: ofllce, Stencils, Cards and onr quotations furnished on application.
preparing for his disturbance of Tltusvllle, Fla.
services. He managed to keep
within the strict letter of the law To lUu lclauM. For Tomatoes try

when he assailed those who he Mason M. Clark
Roman A baritone born for sale, nearly new; I II
thought were introducing 0011& $' .\.OO; will. sell for U.OO. Can been I
Catholic practices into the church, at the store of .UNITED D Vegetable Paper. '

and therefore escaped serious pen. :,1. R. WALKER & Co., ,. Fruit and Produce Commission Merchant.
allies. The manner of his end was Titusvllle, Fla.

peculiarly unfortunate and ia to One trial will make you our customer.
be greatly regretted, since it gives -Land For Sale. SPECIALTIES :

his son a reason for calling his If your dealer does not handle UNITED BRAND: of Papers write to Extra Beans
Early Vegetables.
father a martyr. But fanaticism l'n' acres first-class pineapple land,

appears to have called out its like de.lnble front, on St. Lucle river write. at a UNITED P. It CO.
bargain. For reasonable terms Florida and
in this case, and in a more vicious W. W. LUCK, Oranges

form. 'Tlbbals, Fla. SOUTHERN OFFICE, ATLANTA, GA. 110 TOR1" *
Murray Street aDd 166 West Street, NEW

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HAST! COAST ADVOCATE MAT 29, 1903. 5 4. '

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Jensen. Tibbals. GEORG MARX. JOHN MARX. ; ,

l FOLD C. T. McCarty,-of Eldred, was In the You will be pleased- when you visit. il IVIL&JR33S.1WHOLESALE JBI.=iC>S.. $

city for a short visit : *
Saturday.Our West Palm Uoach If you stop at Minaret '

OYAIOY postmaster, J. S. Kook Is looking Cottage, on Olive street. Good meals GROCERS '4 /
after his Interests In Palm Beach this are served at 23 cents. fp

week. Mrs. E. J. Luce gave a candy party .

We. were pleased to have our neighbor, Followed by dancing, at the Tibbals Clubhouse Fruit and Produce Jobbers.

'I Will .. Franz, of Ankonu, with us this on Friday evening; and another
A: week. delightful evening was added to the long

Miss Connelly, of Miami Is list of Club-house entertainments.
spending a
Corner Bay and Julia Sts. JACKSONVILLE FLA.
few days In town the of Mr. and ,
L1j guest Quite a number attended the meeting -
Mr. T. V. Moore.T. of the G. B. Yacht Club on Saturday, LOOK TO TOUR EYES.If '1

NGP T. Weltch; of the Southern Express and enjoyed the day there Returning, suffering from any eye defect or weak WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF HAY, GRAIN AND FEED. 'Il!

I IbAKUtG Co., has been a guest of the Al Fresco the party stopped at the popular AlFresco sight call at my new' well-appointed opti i

I for a week or so. hotel, Jou eu, where Manager cal Institute. Special, complete lense PURINA FEED OUR SPECIALTY. ,, "t '
John S. Park served them with tine
a grinding outfit In connection. '
Whenever you go to West Palm Beach dinner on the hotel balcony. Seed Potatoes, Seed Peanuts and Cow Peas In leason.)0nWe i ..
make Minaret Cottage, Olive street DR. E. H. ARMSTRONG I' ,
your ) solicit consignments of Fruits and Vegetables.
stopping place. Best of meals. only :25c..J The ADVOCATE Is meeting with con 11 Laura St. Jacksonville Fla.
siderable success all through the pineapple ,
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Mrs. Edward Tyndall and her two section-especially from north of

POWDERAbsolutely bright sons leave, this week, for several Fort Pierce to :Stuart. Go where you NEWS AND ADVERTISING. LOOK { !, J

months outing in Ueorgla and North will, the pink paper Is before you. No Melbourne. [ OVT j

Puro Carolina.F. wonder it Is said to be one of the beet We think we have made our position

SUBSTITUTE L. Ilamor, of Ankona, la now located advertising mediums on the East
\ERE IS NO at Jensen for the summer. He Is a Miss Lucy Honker of Waveland, was Subscriptions for the ADVOCATK, may understand It, we will again state1 I

hustler, and will do business. dowu this the guest of Miss Ethel Sawyer, of Reu- the pink paper of the East Coast will bereceived that for notices of entertainments eto An epidemic of Malaria la sure to fol. !' '

way If auybodycan. lah cottage on Tuesday. Miss Honker at the Melbourne Postoffice.OOODK of a social nature or for benevolent purposes low the wet season and! the high waters, .t'.
where Is made for ad.
certainly has a future of before no charge I I
Frank II. Fee! of Fort promise
Pleice found
Palm Beach. her she has chosen elocution mission, or nothing sold for protlt; we which have prevailed all over the 'f
as for her *
West tiuio tu Imp in upou us last amuiilay.11U nooDE.ReaI Estate and Loans. I
fitentU wuuld like life work. We predict great success Ar nt for 4 Etna London and Llreriiool and not only make no charge but we cordially South. Malarial and kindred fevers \ I III 1
to him
tee uown and honors from her efforts that Uluhe, rrovliltmna Wanhlngtnn, and Hun Fir Invite those Interested to use the ,f I
this many will develope to an alarming extent :
more olleij.Mrs.
way Insurance. Special attention to thelotel'e.ta
left paid
and children columns of the !Metropolis freely and "
M, Hotter( art.
R. of non-reeldenta.
General health conditions will be bad
'l'hllrKtay! for an extended visit In J. T. Stanley: of New 1"vl'k,11I expected without price. Persons Interested In ; '
to join her huabaud at tm place Attorney F. M. Hudson went to Tallahassee DR L. A. PEEK-I'HYRU'I Ann Rrmnitoif.' such affairs should bring or send us Information every precaution should be taken. I

iimmoe.Ll next Saturday. Her numeion. rends', last week to have Introduced into Residence, Melbourne. Eat! GallU Tuesday. relative to them, and If they
I A Donn who ban been visitingLI.III will glvu> .lier a moot beany wulcumu.W. the Legislature a bill, which will allow a and Friday afternoon fall to do so, they should not blame us The System ...* Especially I. ..,. ,I I' ;t n,

Jtcksonvllleand' St. Au uot- separate road distrIct to be made of the If they are not mentioned. In the rush titled t. Resist Malarial Attsoks. 1 I.M I.
returned( here on Tuesday. C.: Kutnpttr and I hilt claiming' wife Mb Commissioner's District. The bill Joseph I.eFlle, of Jacksonville, was In and grind of many dudes. events which 11 ,t

Dewey has genrrvilven have lakeu rooms at the Al *'ie.,c,r ho- has been Introduced and Is now In the town Monday. may seem Important to the persons interested A trial of fifty years has demonstrated "

r1I Byrd' Spillman of her Interest- tel for the HUIUIUVI. We ale pieced to hands of the judiciary committee. It Is may entirely escape us, as we that for this. Dr. Har 'I'i j I
volumes emergency
T. Hicks from ''I ,
two came
; nuttt that Mi,. Kuiuper lit an accomplishd to be hoped that this committee will\ act up Sebastian claim to omniscience "
the Free lay no or ublqult ,
** story, "Brans, to musician. Saturday, to visit his better half. ter' Iron Tonic has no equal. Iron 'lathe '! f,
favorably as good roads the
are now ousness; further, we may/ know of some
and Library.
Hog Room We received a shipment of California great opportunity we have to open up Editor Oslln, of the Melbourne Times, affair by rumorand hesitate publish a fighting element In the blood, and "r: ,

A. Ehman has returned to Palm oranges; a few days ago (our own hawing this State to all the country, and to made a flying visit to Tltusvllle Monday. hearsay account of It. If you are sufficiently the kind of Iron supplied by Dr. liar- :k 4.. pfor' .

,h,'much to the delight lain the of employ hU many of fouud a toady inaikut long ago), but bring us much-needed capital for our de- Mrs T,. C. Moore, of Roseland, is the interested In any Item of news, local Iron Toulo U Just the kind the a '! r'* '

d s. Mr. Ehman draughtsman. they only emphasized by onntia just velopment. guest of Mrs. 111 arg/l/ reI.Good this week or personal, to give; us the, Information system( requires to successfully combat ''{ !
'ulre & McDonald an how respecting It, you may rust assured Y. ,
truly delicious our famous Indian Indian River Is justly renowned for
Charles Rodcs Is cheerfully serving the that I It will and that the matter malarial, conditions. Don't wait until C II ,' "
Davidson, one of Lake Worth'sresidents River oranges are. Its flue fruit, delicate flowers, generous appear, ;
W. year's absence In hearted and add public In the business house of Kj/ P. will be reported correctly. This Is meant you are attacked. Take It now and fortify Ii ,
after a people, now we must ,
Tuesday to join A few days ago a gentleman at Jensen children Branch. for everybody, whether subscriber or not.On yourself; It la an absolute safeguard ,
north, returned received piecoclous for we think there :
check for 5 boxes of
Davidson, In the Potter cottage on a from In Florida grapefruit is no part of the State of Florida that Capt. Bob Nelson, one of Jacksonville's the other hand-If the matter you and, at the name time, It is the beet i
some point wish to refers to affair where
th trail. amounting to $71. This is $11:20:! per can boast of a five months old baby don- Melbourne popular Tuesday commercial men, was In admission appear Is charged, or any things are sold, tonlo Invlgornnt for the entire *y'a'I
Its Bud In
ning bathing suit .
+shipping of pineapples from West box, net. Can anybody show better returns disporting or where the object Is the financial benefit tem. On the other hand, quinine disturbs I .
and vicinity at the present for grapefruit than thin? the briny waters of this famous river. The Misses Mattle and Sadie Hoke of Individual .
n I Beach Tuesday afternoon little Jannette Waters any organization or society the system and Its cumulative t,
of return to their Melbourne home Satur-
\\i fu'Iy equal to record many Adam Gray, awealtby pineapple grow.er took her Initial "dip" amid cheers and -such notices are advertising, and poison begets greater physical trouble :
from Meridian
day Miss. I
ments In June of previous years, should be paid for just as any other Item f.
of Cuba, was with us a few days this laughter of loving friends Her suit one' than thono It la employed to remedy.Where l
season being unusually early. Fred Fee returned home of expense; and following thin simple Afe.r
week taking items. Mj Gray has some of the nattleHtof kind (from Wana-" : Saturday evening '
of Rev. and 300 In from )DeLand where he has been doIng and easily. a undeistood rule, we will applyIt a had case of chronic Malaria ,
iw Kate Vaulx, daughter acres pines near Havana, in good maker) was duly admired, and the petite I 4
j. J. Vaulx, Is a guest at the rec- condition for Cuban pines, but-well, maiden seemed to enjoy her Importanceand : some haul work in :Stetson and to shall all, treating make everybody moderate\ exactly for alike all already exists, take 1)11. HARTEK'S '

Miss Vaulz Is a bright and attrao- they ara not Indian Rivers by a lot. unique outing Im.neimoly, testifying I Mr. Kern bier ha completed a tram way such notlcee..lIl1amll\I"tropollll.a charge FKVKR and AGUE SPECIFIC. It U "

girl, and It Is to be hoped that she We were pleased to see James Holmes thereto with Innumerable" happy smiles from his tlsh house to deep water which guaranteed to cure. Price CO cenU." ,1"\''I') ,

be Induced to make residence.West Palmh on our streets. again, having returned and "goo-gooe. he finds a grout convenience to his business. TRAVELING IS lt WANOEROUS. BUT IP YOU WILL 'f ; ,

her permanent from Virginia a week or so ago. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. lien, from Gilberts
r. and Mrs. N. S. Buruham entertain- Holmes is looking much improved in Bar House of Refuge, accompanied. by Mesdames Hov. and Mrs. Vaulx and two daugh- health, and 1 Is in the best of spirits over their friend, Mrs. Idella, of Washington Mlnta and Lucy Rodes and Mr.\ Castleare attachments. ThisIs the manna that "

.and Mrs. W. II. DeCamara and son the splendid prospect for a successful" D. C., were recent visitors at the Manse, enjoying a visit In the Fox cottage, travelers, trainmen, street oar men, teamsters IRON TONIC J i !,,
he Doctor's yawl the Olivia B., onp pineapple season. coming up In their open launch, Fire at Melbourne Beach. and all who drive very much suffer 1.

to the inlet. Parties followingr The regular meeting of the Gilberts Fly. The day was one long to be remembered lion. John Henry came down from I from kidney disease In some !orm. You Won't Ham Malaria Prlt.it *7 'it
of shells\ as the as a most enjoyable one as Is i
will find a scarcity I IMondy Cure the
Koley's Kidney strengthen
Bar Yacht baskets : Saturday, on AU dealers handle" or Mid to OwHABTER .
and in- always the case when old friends meet.
carried bags kidneys and cures. all forms of kidney "
ry party all
attended and after old
enjoyed by of hie
in thoroughly Mr. and Mrs. Rea are busy people not visiting some MEDICINE Co., Dayton tluso. [r.
orable, and captured' everything who were fortunate enough to be there.A friends, at Melbourne Beach. and bladder disease Oeo. E. Itausan, f: .;
In for the interests of Uncle
only caring {
t. bright in the calendar for us allis locomotive engineer, Lima, O.? writes ,
ie death of Mrs. James L. Spencere that one spot Saturday In each month, and Sam, but keeping n watchful lookoutover W T. Wells and wife left today, Fil- "Constant vibration of the engine: caulledme Mouton, Tex Air.. I, 1GCL ,f
their own domain at Rio, on the St. day for thelrsummer home at Lake P "I bar weed. Or I'nrtrIronTonlamou'if t 1 j "
advanced age of eighty-four, places the only thing to mar the perfect day is a great deal of trouble with my hldnoys and In my ." .
among the list of the earliest settlers the absence of faces. we would so much Lucie River. They have been experimenting George, N. Y. :Standford Wells remains and I got no relief until used Fo- family for over ,nty-HT. yes r.. and L I I. I.
ake Worth's pioneers Mrs. Spencer love to have with us.Foley' In the culture of bees, aud in here to imeud to their\ business InterestsIn ley's Kidney Cure. Hold by Wilson eaD heaRII. rtxionimontl <,. I r..*..rd ,. I ,' jartlenlerlyvstn.hletowardOSmy I.
the past few weeks have had the "sweet" Melbourne M. l t
her husband
a to Lake Worth, with pleasure of extracting nearly or quite lariikl sod other f.v.... "',
on the spot which con J. H. died .1, H. f
178, settling Mrs. Phillips on Wednesday CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.In HAVTH. ,
ed to be her home for a quarter of a Honey and Tar is peculiarly three barrels of most delicious honey morning after a long Illnuss,of many Land and Btnlcratton: Alrt,Krlnoo Ua*. lj

ury. Her memory Is sacred to all. adapted for asthma, bronchitis and from colonies.the storehouses of their several, I months. Her sister, Miss Maish, has order to make connection! at Orange (.....t ,..,..... .Itsl ....*. .Mll Ml,.l.IS (Mall( *.) /

know her was to love her. hoaiseness. Sold by lie R. Wilson & son. been her faithful nurse and constant City Junction with the Atlantic Coaxt ,, .

o executive committee of five has WILL CURE CONt-UMPTIOX companion and all that loving! hands Line train No. 3A, the trains operated on : i 1:
could do tins been done We extend our the Orange branch of the Florida' WEEKLY CROP BULLETIN.
appointed to make the necessary Eden. A. Herren, of Finch" Ark writes, "Fo City }
and henrtfoltaympalhy to her many relatives. East Coast Railway, known .us NOII.I: an,1
DRemoDts;: for Memorial Day aIeal ley's Honey and Tar Is the best preparation "
Invitation Is extended to all to for coughs, colds and lun: tl'ouble. Mrs. Rebecca /Spangler: and daughter, 4, will run on the following/ schedule General Summary of U. S. Department s

st In making the day a titling meal County School Superintendent Mlms I know that It has cured consumption In Miss Emma, left Wednesday for their commencing Monday, May 4, ItlO.I;! of Agriculture for the week ending May ,I '

10 our fallen heroes. Ic Is a dy was a pleasant visitor to this place the first stages." Sold by Wilson A: Son. home In Merchautvllle, N. J. They No. a.s II' "'flOSS. 0, 2Jtb; 1000: ;,'iW ,

o "leligion and patriotism clasps last Wednesday.very have been Illle..tll..r. Hotel Carloton for ''tn p'' Lr ..,N"w Hiuvrna, .. ,Ar IA (fNijiin The first part of the week was pleasantly ,I
'es, North and South and renew Miss Beatrice Richards has returned Indianola.John Mends In Melbourne during their stay. 4 :ttii, p u Ar .nr.IIII"t'II'JIIIIC-: :Javgym! > per r. during the latter part. The ",: '

r vows to led and man." home from a visit of week to her grand We wish them M pleasant summer and Our renders will take note that the days were generally suimhlny. The absence ,

mother at Fort Pierce.II. will look for their return next winter. timetable as published on our nth page, of rain was one characteristic of i l ,

I never any W. Richards and family, except a over j ,
s Honey and Tar and Dot being satis- came up on Wednesday to spend the day Mrs. J. Reed and cousin, James Keel, What II Foley' Kidney Cure? Answer Nos. 3 and ( of the Orange City branch. extreme lower portion of the (Southern il I \

Sold by IJ. 11. Wilson & Son. ueie with their many relatives. of Macon, n..%., have gone to Melbourne, : It Is mailo from a proscription of district. As a result of the fair, warm 1 '' I
for a few days' visit with Mr. and Mrs. a leading Chicago physician, and one of A LESSON IN UE.-\LTU.-Uealthy weather farm work was pushed with en I' ,
Mrs. Samuel Willman and daughter: A. A. Buck. the most eminent In the country. The kidneys tiller the Impurities. from the There Is much !grass to contendwith :

Stuart. Miss Kittle, of Fort Pierce, were pleasant with Ingredients are\ the purest the purest blood, and unless they do this !good health but cotton and corn are Improved.The I J
callers in this place last Sunday. Mr. Burton Is again suffering has that money can buy and are scientifically IM impossible. Foley' Kidney Cure stands, however are only fair. i
and malaria
Mr. Audrlx
Archdeacon B. F. Brown conducted rheumatism combined to get their utmost value. makes sound kidneys and will positivelycure There U considerable cotton to be chopped ,
fever which Is unusual for
iy Lane has his cottage almost corn services at :St. Paul's Episcopal church an thing :Sold by B. K. Wilson & Hon. Titusvllle. all forms of kidney and bladder and some late planted cotton Is not 1
ed. lie expects to move in in a few last :Sunday. He was entertained dur anyone to have In this locality. disease. It strengthens the whole sys up.
s. ing his stay here by Mrs. John Miller. David Carter and wife and Mi*. Tuck.er tent. Sold by B. It. Wilson &: Son growing nIcely Cane made fair progress "'

n. E. Simmons:! left, Monday, for St. left, Tuesday-.Mr. and Mrs. Carter South Rockledge. and sweet potatoes are doing; well. I

'II, Mo., to be absent three months, William Jones, colored, who was killed for their home In Ingram, Pa., and Mrs. THE USES OF LEMONS.Few Oats are being harvested; the crop Is less J ,
mg relatives by the train early on the morning of the Tucker for her home In Avon, near Boston than an average one. The recent warm 1 '
:21st at the section house, was burled Mass. The ADVOCATE still 'nourishes around days have greatly Improved the prospect i
T. Welch of the Southern in the rick Ridge things are more disconcerting to
Express the same afternoon DeLand last this section. for melons and cantaloupes, moderate 1 P
Sam Sanders went to the thrifty housekeeper than a spill of
wan" here theI
Wednesday, calling on of
I agent, : cemetery. Sunday to attend the commencement Mrs. K. M. Breeso visited Mrs. Bower, Ink (>n her snowy napery. If a fresh shipments which are being made.
Stanley KItchlng. Edward II.LeTourneau returned home exercises: at Stetson University, wheie. of Georgiana, on Saturday.Mr. lemonU always kept in the house, the Pineapples.are going forward In large j

apt. and Mrs. Rea and Mrs. Idella, from :Stetson. Uulveisity last Filday. his sister, Miss Jennie, has been attendIng many, ugly, black mains' can be entirely quantities end sums small shipments of I
II i the (filberts Bar House of Refuge, He has made a very good record at the school. They both retained l homeon and, Irlf. J. J. Dymock were call- reninvrd by cutting quarter of lem- Cain Is mecled on some uplands dwould ''

e pleasant visitors here this week. school, and Is, of course, very glad to Wednesday. Ing on friends. here on Monday nn and, mpieczlng the juice on the Ink of the Northern districts, and "
be ,
'SI' Amy Hitching has arrived from get home. D. St. Clair Nlsbet left, Wednesday, Mr. and Mrs B. L. Johnson spent Sun spat, which should' then b.. nabbed over out the Coutial generally and Houthem through districts I"" .'
Jacksonville sailing from there on day with Mr. and Mrs J. F. Woolen. with fellow """ end l rinsed ID cold wa
'wti.in. and will spend the summer Mrs. 8. F. Webb went to St. Augustine for 1' where, citrus fruits, In some groves, are '
with her brother, Stanley Hitching Thursday of last week, to spend a Thursday for New York, expecting to Uncle and Auntie Hughes' were visitIng I ter. The properties the lemon are so dropping owing .to dry wxatlior. ,
wife\ of spend the summer In the north. In the numerous that, like a bottle of sweet oil, 1
W. week or no with Mrs. Hunnleutt, Mr. and Mr. J. L. Bruner on Mon J"II.Pineapples being shipped! In
Thomas has the contract to buildUaney's conductors Interest of the Hill Dental Co., Scranton, no h'iuseke per should ever be Ithout : Il S
one of the most popular car 'lots; citrus fruits doing well.-Mont.II i
residence The founda from both i'f these commodities. Apart from i
Pa. Mr. Nlsbet speaks experience day.Mr.
a ale laid and the lumber Is expectedy tile Florida East Coast Hallway. when he says It pays to advertise in the and Mrs. Ves..y Hall, of leorgl- culinary uses. If child wakes up with a rd..e. j : ,\

day. We used to think: we had no use for a ADVOCATE, having found a ready sale ana' were visiting friends here on Sun tight little cough; the juice of s lemon Ilrglnnlng to need rain; 1 it itHockledll 1\

C, Hancock telephone, and that If hard times cameit for his horse after advertising It.Foley' day last. rniied with honey, and given In small oranges growing rapidly 5 poaches ripen ',. ,
wife and son and a part ing.-11. M. Williams. "
f friend would be the first thing we would "cut A number at our people will attend quantities, Is most soothing.On 'I '
J went to Waveland: Sunday; out but we find it such a convenience, Decoration exercises at Georgiana on every washstand a lemon or two West I'alm licaoh--Rain needed ; pine'r'r
attended contains
and Tar
Hancock's ; no
launch and Honey apples beginning to In '
\; before we move 'Iuantltle| ; a
barefoot be Is better for
should Nothing
will kept.
think we !Saturday.We: .
Ifaveland-Jensen church. we (jo opiates and can .a'ely be glventocbll- I tomato shipments declining.-Wallace I
will give It up. would good shower the toilet than the juice of this fruit. It I In. '
dren. :Sold by B. R. Wilson A 8)n. appreciate a Moses.
r. Winfield, soliciting agent for the J.'II. LeTournean went to Cocoa .- very much Indeed The weather Is no Is refreshing. ; to the taste and It Is cleansing 1
thorn Express Co.<< Is here. The Mrs. fitted with glasses. dry and the roads so dusty. to the skin. A few drops squeezedInto l I ..1
Pany has a car on the pick-up train last Thursday to get Georgiana. the water with which the teeth are Quick Arrt-Mt. :
oh" runs from Fort Pierce to this city. Dear me, our girls are surely beginningto When any of our people visit West cleansed not only will\ aid In keeping the _
old. When they have birthdaysnow J. A. UulWge, of Verbena, Ala, was
get Palm Beach they can get good accommodations tartar away from them, but It will also
rko A: Griffin have of lumber talk about their presents and twice In the hospital from a severe case
a car they Tltusvllle Mon at Minaret Cottage Olive\ Si. rXo make the breath sweet. Lemon juice I t
ei and will start work on the meat their cakes but never say a word about H. K. Hughes went to rubbed the face aids In keeping the of piles causing a I tu morn. After doctors 1
with the ballot box. from here went to Cocoa to on ,
et and barbershop building In a few their day one suit all remedies failed Huckl n's
ages. fresh. If
sklo-itoftand persistently
", This building will be :l1IJl1-I.: two (Hall and family spent Sunday vote for a special school tax, as they when Arnica Halve quickly arre.tetfurther; Inflammation ,
F. W. Weatherwax and family Vesey It will remove freckles, and applied
\el high, Rev. thought their taxes were heavy enoogh. and cured blm. It I
delightful: farewell reception with A. L. IJruner and family at Coqnlna to the bands It will whiten them. conquers ,

C. Jones and men arrived Sunday gave to the a very members of the Congregationalchurch When you visit West Palm Beach stop M. Frey leave. the Travis grove this An excellent thing for the nails Is to cut aches and kills pain. V>o at all drug ,

Palm Beach Mr. Jones'received and their friends last Tuesday : at Minaret Cottage, Olive street. The week, and takes a position In Mr.Travis' a lemon In half and dig the fingers vigorously gists. : I

Mm of lumber Tuesday, and he has evening, at the parsonage. Mrs. Weatb- beet meals for 23 cents. s store. We will miss him here very Into the pulp. This Is a far better I 'I

foundations of the Miss Kltchlng erwax and daughters leave next week much. way of removing stains which too bard A Good l .n veil true..t. ,
age all built for their summer home at St. Joseph, Born, May 14, 1003, to Mr. and Mrs. N. )f. Fish and a force of men, are scrubbing with brush Injuriesthe I j.
Albert Rogero, a lovely little daughter. repairing the roads in the lower ham- nail. j.I)
'nei\ppl are four Michigan. and child are getting along well. .
moving rapidly or steadily now. Mother mock. The roads were In a very bad The Walton Self-Locking/ Block Co.,
going every day. Tomatoes are We are shipping pines A Sure 'f.
gars Thing .
of Uncle condition.
out, about carload as green as Jake Fields got one Hughes'large Boston, just capitalized for IIOO.OOO.OO) ,
l rang one every The thatawentstolmarket during/ the nine ponod paw-paws, Saturday It U said that nothing Is sure except baa .a few Joqre shares for sale at par-
of all kinds Is brisk
real estate Is changing hand dally.. first gourds of,the month has bad a bad( effect to send to friends at Indianola. Theyare A Startling Teat. death and taxes, but thai Is not altogether M3: the share. Patents on this block: are li i .."

aul' the market. It seems ; that beauties. To save a life Dr. T. G. Merrill of true. Dr. KIng' New Discovery for secured all\ over the world and at present 1 I r ,

week Kroegel I Iof Sebastian, was here on will rush to get Into mar- Miss Olive Bnrchflel, formerly of this No. Mehoopany, Pa made startling Consumption Is a sure cure for all throat they are being sold only In the New j 4a
some growers
with a new launch the AudaWch kets that are already glutted with Cuban place, graduates from the High School at test resulting In a wonderful cure. He and lung troubles., Thousandscsn testify England( state, but will soon branch out
he was taking to Miami. The and nndotibtedly to that. Mrs. C. U. VanMatre of Into other states. TrIO profits will be f ,'
h but it happens every year, Anthony Kansas, May 27. 1003.( Her writ*., "a patient was attacken with violent j
; 'theAudubon Society of the pines, always will. friends and schoolmates received hemorrhages, caused by ulceration Sbeplicrdtown W. Va. says "1 had a large, so now Is your time to Invest, be- I

,0 Florida, and will be used at fro and card.many and of the commence- of the stomach. I bad often found severe case of Bronchitis and for year fore all the shares are sold. J
'lIlDgo, near Cape Sable. The many Eden friends of with ment exercise. AU congratulate her on Electric Bitters excellent for acute tried everything I heard of, but !got no From 1.1 to 20 per cent Interest per

Mrs. Wm. M. Merwln have learned and success, as she Is stomach and liver troubles so I prescribed relief. One bottle of Dr. King's( New annum Is promised by this company.A I
Mer- ber good
f REVELATION.-IU: much regret of the death of Mrs. progress from the Discovery then cured me sample block may be seen at theAnvocav
yoa will make Mllford only a little over fifteen years of age them. The patient trained Whooping
iry It will be a revelation to you wlnwlch occurred Mrs. rid rrwowas ( one of the youngest graduate of that first, and has not had an attack loll It's Infallible for Croup office Tltusvllle Fla.Full .

,man to l kidney or bladder on Wednesday, the 20th. visitors Institution. Miss Olive expect. to spend .." Electric) Bitter are positively Coach Grip, Pneumonia and Consumption. particulars of

flu, lil L one form or another. It the one of our regular winter high IT esteemed -,, the coming winter with her uncle and guaranteed for Dyspepsia, Indigestion/ Try It. It U guaranteed by all CAPT. J. O. WALTOX

e sot sot beyond medical aid.Jo- for many years and was very aunt Mr. and Mrs. II. K. Hughes, of Constipation and Kidney troubles. Try druggists. Trial bottle* free. Heir 404, Atlantic Ave.,

Kidey SCare will cure. It never by tbe residentsall thebibereaved. Georgians Florida. I them. Only SOc at all druggists. sizes ZOo, 100. Boston, M*...
ppotaU. .
by Wilson 4:: Son.



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6 --- -- ---- ----- T-, 1 ill i Florida Eas *. Coast
are nitnln on their fert, a cotillon Q

formed, the bund plays. und the horse 1 )
F I go through the complicated steps ot ,

the Strand march. Hurdles are then LOCAL TIME CARD No. 48. In Effect April

A Chain brought out, and the cavalrymen take a y ?br II, 19

is no stronger than its them Jour obi-cunt. The eierclsea con SOUTHBOUND-READ DOWN. NORTHBOUNDREAD
weakest link A fertilizer elude with a terrific (large down the !U>>'

\ deficient In hull the horm nt breakneck speed, I Ha.93. I No.29Dally. STATIONS. I NG 98 No.:-' T
When Dally *
the mn y.-lllntf like demon LI.Lll.I

POTASH within three feet of the vlHitors' gal co D 00 I' DOs Ly..J&Ck.oRylll.. ............ .\- I.-
lery. they are skillfully pulled up, and kSpFfI OS 0 918. .. ................It.J."klonyIJte..I.\' 7; ,16. e1 I.a 30
atop 10Il a ........ ........bLAttgustlne.....*.." . 1I"a' Up C
the column breaks Into nets of four /! 860 ,. 11 II!!. .. ...................1J:.. .... ......."..."... I !
and marches out of the hull. I c' IYf Z < 7131 it 44s.. .. .... .... E.la'atka.' .. .'. .... .. .. .... { l a IUp >1>
All this l Is dltHcnlt enough, but It I" cyryc d 3dy 1 1 OpAr. ... .............I'alatka., .. .......... ..T v -4- Qrl !
is just as dangerous as a exercises that I.z I.- [: .l!..!!! Lv ... .. ............PalatjiaInjja..., .':_. ... ..... ..Ar 645: OOpol46y I
with cracked link nothing to the bareback G I.p. aaoJ'........ .San Matej..........:. .-. .. jv 'it Cla
r chain a follow. Th troopers, equipped 1n regulHtlon : : .. S Dee Lv..H".1"I..t." .() .,. ,..;..... ... .. Ar 620a 10a
nnlforui, t4iko tho'' hurdles ai i : iTM-; I'.1v .... .. .... ...... !';.."' .I\ ....... ........Lv ta'lie
the sad .4 c 81311 IDa 1. ...........,..........JJunuelii. ......... ......... 4j a
gracefully and skillfully as I Z" III 820 I' p.......................DupnntOrm .. .................. 8 s t P 'i'ZIL
die bcmtrldliiK fellows. They are rettulred 8801' I ......... >mlDaytniia........ ...... ija U OP 1atip N
I dismount vault the ..................... ....... ... .......... a Ja 0 a 1 11P )"
over 1-a
to C: < ........... ........l'o.tO'.pnKlI.................. 8 14 Ip':AI
Our mnoeywlnnint hnoka an horse nnd remount from the oppoSite ( I-Z.-co.. 8601' lip................. ....Ni w Sinyr .......... .......... 4j isle; ; 1SPrrZ
ne.ded b7 every nun who ew.aa steeds first trotting ) : 10181> .....................<>..klllll................ ... tllb ItaPOhODU
while their are
field and a plow, and who de. I side[ ?SSW lll 10681' ................... TUIIBV; lla............... ... .. I 6-1 :
th. moat out of them, and then galloping.' Next the men > ::- 3 ..... .. ..........Ouuoa.!................. ... la SJ a 2SP
n They ar.Jr e. Send psstaltard.ueaaAN formed t In column of twos and ...> i130p l36P.....................Rooklndirn............... .... I 1948 c p 0'en
i AALt W.RKw, I are DCDa'U: 15 a .0'1' .................KnuOalllP............... ... 1:16i .( 11082 i
tt new..L, j hake turns in dismounting and vault I % ::III .1186a. 4iip.......;.........101"1 bOllrn..................,,. J l "''III lta P o
x.. r.rk I' lug their own horses to the backs i m rl rlC 1 over 1 Olalla. 43P ....................St.Luvie.O 11t1i1)COW
of those ridden by their[ partners. 11401' ................... Ft. Plpl'Ua................. .. 100SP lap >> :
this exercise Is over, the hur OZ 9 89\ a848a 8 11p ......... .............TlhbaJ. ................. .,.,. 030P naoMi.St1j. alIS
When | 8 18 I' .....................Eden..........'.......... 8 11:1068a0.C '
dies are" again brought out and the Tri-Wcckly Sailings II. IL II." a 031P..................Jens8n...................... D .3;; )
dismount und vault over their W 8 80 a. 530p .....................Stuart..................... 8 ,.|I 1011
men < W01 tL0a at I' ..................hobsBound................... 9} U :liD
andAccented homes a* they lire taking the Jumps. JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK, ..._ 8 4 aan j 101' .................: West Jupiter........ ......".. 'Ml'' I' 10 U( )
Free This. Is Indeed an exacting feat, but It BETWEEN 1-110 .a 481' ................w... Palm Boacb. ................ 48 M.! 'iz D
.. ......... ..... .... 0 :99.
I Masons 11I11II 46 a 810 p ...... .B ynton. ... .... f HI' ,,
is performed In faultless[ style by tile S. C., both ways) ILI: : 6 V6a01a S lip .. ..................Delray................... ., S p 8110 Sc l .OIL
cavalrymen. With the horses Calling at Charleston, < II I' ... .. .. .Ft. Laudeidale.Hftllandale' ................... 8 JJ
/ agile : II 28 a II DI I' ................... .................... 1 iiSOnKDTTI.E3 I' 8I.ca. t tp
still In pair and one man managing in the Coastwise Service / A ODalT D40p .............*...*Lemon City ............... 813"" 128a i
Indian No. 90Tltusville both, his partner\ vaults to the buck of The Finest Steamships ODa II 60 I' Ar... ............... Miami...... .,.. ..,....Tv! 8 to r: t 15a .

his horse and standing rides over the and Southern Lines. OF BRANCH LINES.

R River % ,, hurdle Three homes. are then substituted The Clyde New England Between
for two. und the rider, standing, Direct SANFORD BRANCH. ORANGE CITY BHANCH.

p' Lodge Florida. ninnagon thin. three as they 'top the tim Jacksonville Boston Providence and all Eastern Points, ea 7TT No. 12TI No. o.
flolcU. Its meetings the errand. .end fourth Fri. ber. Then four men take tour horses Dait. Dally_ I D..ily| BTATIOMI. D.il I
day of each month, a Choir room, Inillmi River ubrcimt. over the hurdles, nil four men (Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) f'08a Tltuavllle .A 1 20 p Do'
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Hotel. ,Titus '11I.., itt T.W" .I'k I"| .tn.ii SAILINGSt "J H a Lv.M1me..A-I' 1071' 4 SOp 10 10 a I LT..N. rna..Ar I.
J. Camithern\ Wonhlnf'iil Mantmr" standing, on the eiinlne( backs Other ,.............. SEMI-WEEKLY- ... : ..from Lena Wharf, Houton t fa a 1.1'..... Oaiee t.ArllBi a 014 P 11 lla Lv. Laknlle.en. .Ar IIp|
T.. W.H. gauil Curroll....r..,,.'Senior..nlor Wunttm.Wanlon.B. exercises) [ tnchulo I.rlllgOWII with the Puuthbound Northbound.................... . tr.rm luot of Cutheriue Street, Jacksonville t66a I 80 a Ar..II."t LV..Ellterprl: ret ....t.vll Ar U 80 00 M al8TATIOX8. ,6 S80rDaily ao_ >.IIetaLv.O'anmCiry..trlii 11'' a Ar..Or.elty.lu..LY'IHOp'' I k
J. M. ))I""n, Tr .amirer.F. horses rlxlng; and vaulting over two, -
A. Morgan. Secretary thrite, four and even live horses staDtI.InJlIlIIlt' Nu: 3 No. 21 No. 19Dally. NoTTf Ni. No.20
II. K. lir..wn,Chal'aill.' to Hide.Attendance Clyde St. Johns River Line. Sundry Sunday I Dilly? [MAYPOHT BRANCH. I DAI rBI! Ooh' Diu..
J. It. Walker, Hen I or UUHIIOII cIDI,. only. "x Sun .
P. W. li\iorci.\ .'"nwr l> mmu.F at those drills
O practice
IXiHary Line.) 10 05 a 8001'I 880at.y..J.kRonvlll".Ar.... ... T45a1a30p
4 .111.. A. LoMlnv Taylor, ,, Senior Junior I Htawnnl.K. Ht w."I. is neceHHiirlly very much restrictedowing BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND SANFORD. lOOp 10 18 a 808p I 888aLv..So.Jiokenville..Lv.... ... ; STD UCJp f"t
111.E. EiiKll..hTjrler.CRACK to tile accommodations of the ,and intenuBdlate. land- 1401.11) 43 a 8401'I 1I000aLy..Ptt.bloB..ch..Lv. ; 5a lillo, 1k
Stopping at Palatka, Actor, St. rranoln, B re ford ( ) 10 60 a 8451'I OHar.v..Atl."tloB..aol1..J.v.... 7IfJIIIIh( tu
----- ----- --- riding, hn II. AH n consequence 'greatpressure InK'on tile tlt.'ob..IUv..r. 140p\ 11 06 a 'OOp 98Jt.Ar..May-port..Lv.. ...... >146' a, lint U
U Drought to IM'or on the war STEAMER "CITY OP JACKSONVILLE
i } CAVALimiEN.\ These Time T ible show the tlm*at wh\ch\ tral <4 may be e"->pptnrl to a-rlveandii .
department In order to secure tickets IS -'POINTED!: TO SAIL Alt FOLLOWS from the several stations but their a rival or iiepartura at tni times itutwl lI.1 not gums.
.. ...........Hunday. TueHiUysandTSurilayi!
i 'of mlmlnnloii. Not more than arc invitations Leave Leave Foot Sanford Catherine 11:30: a. 10.Street.. ....Jacksonville.. ..it......8:30>...p... w.........*. ... MoadysWedouedsyeantiFridays nor from.does the Company hold Itself respunalble for any delay or any oou8 iuenve arising,
i. OUR ARMY'S FINEST TO BE FOUND can ho oxtendetf for one drill, MOllth!>olltul. ScllEUU LJ: head .

t FORT MYER. I nnd those who receive nn Invitation Ite.... down ....... .. .. ....JAI'K9ONVILLE .. .... .......... .........Arrlve2.:./: a.m (KEY WEST AND HAVANA.
AT count themselves, Indeed fortunate .. 8.51p.m.88Up.m... ....... ......... ..........PA/A'rK.L.... ... ... .., ........ ...LeaveR.IN'.. p.w
IIENUY W. MILLER .. 3.tN' ... III... .. .. ... .. ... ...... A liTO R .... .. ... ... ..., .. . .. 2Lae 1'.10 PENSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI!
.. .. .. ....
e 4.30 .. ...... ............. ST.ItA""I" !'! ." .. .. n'n
r, Hour the Picked Troop of Rider. e .11I......,.. ...... ....HERESroItDIUWCLANll: ) ..... .... .... .. .. ... Of 12.00 In Effect' April 15, 1903.
Are Trained .1'0. oho HI* SprlnirToarnauivnt A Farmer Straightened Out. Arnve8.80 a. m.... .............. ... .... IIAW- .IUI . ... .. ... ... .... .. .. .. ".30 a.m
I In !N.w.York-U.wark- farm near here .. 10.0IIa,01... .... .... ..........EN.rbIU.IUS: .. ..... .....:.. .. .. ... .. Iooo a.mGen'I -- SOUTH B:U-D.--- NORTH BOuND.LvMlamtSlln..Th..r. .
;"A man living on a ........ ............ 8 OlnP Lv Havana Mon., F I I. ... .... ... II
able !.'..<. of 1I..n.bID. came In a short time ago completely Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 W. Bay St.. Jacksonville.r. ArK>y V..tSnn.Thur. ............ ..... "3 I \ ArKey Went Mon., Frl.. .... .: II
doubled up with rheumatism. I hand- West !Sun. Thur............ ..... 13 a"I' Lv Key West Tuca.. Sat. ..... lieArNavaflIMonFri
91''clal[ / Correapondrpce.l! ed him a bottle of Chamberlain's Pain M.IRONMONGER.,a.,A..t.Oen. Pa R.Agt. !i04 West Hay 8t.Jacknonvllle. Fla. .,................ ... Tlga Miami Tuo... Sat,........ ... .... Ili
'' Fort Mynr, Vu., April R.-I''or' the Balm and told him tq,use It freely and if TH08. D.HALEY,Local Krt.Agt. Jacksonville. C.llnuanstlaeksonvilleFla.A. P. Lt)IV1iLI.: A st. Supt...Jacksonville.JOHN. .

1 a pant four monlliH tliero IIIIH Lieu great not satlnfled after using It he need not C. HAGERTY Oerx'l. [,. HOWARD Kaafn V..,..8uperlot". Agt. New nd"nt.York Foot CLVOB MILNB Oen. Frt.! Aitt., Yew York. For copy of Local Time Card or other Information addrevs any Agent

I activity ut the nillltury pont licit In pay a cent for It," says C. P. Knyder, of TIIKO.. KOKK. General Manager 8t., WM. P Battery OL.YIHO Park*, New en..York.fleiiBral Agents. J. D. RAITNER Asat. Gon. Pass. Agent., ST. ATJQUSTINE, FU.Foa .
State Opposite
priiMirutlon for the great tournament fattens Mills, N. Y. "A few days later Cbtwobrougb Building

1' la Madlnou 8
during the latter part of April. The string and handed me a dollar saying, ---
; --'-
1 'give me another bottle of Chamberlain'sPain k
Is to be represented ut the tournament
army DEiRolri1JY)7ZRlf
Balm I want It In the house all
by a troop mid buttery, the the time for It cured me.' For sale by SE ]B<> D
t ton inn to !", Holccted! from the best nil druggists and medicine dealers.

r drilled orKiinl'/ntlotm: nt the varlovmposts. I
NnUn'ally ate oonuuiuullnj[ olll/ Klorlnir Dublin lloola. AIR LINE RAILWAY.fOR r Fi"Jr SBUR6

I t.'' ecru at eadi fort lire unxlouit to have The duhlln appeal with force to all I \\'...... CH/ ::

! who love pure i rich colors, while at the 'IIIU ; IMpRFCNcN

same time !light, delicate shades whichgo -

I.. well with Deli tnt make[ the flow. SAVANNAH COLUMBIA, CAMDEN, SOUTHERN 1'INKS, KIU1IMOXD, L fAiGlCMST

, \ er good for pcrtional adornment or for PHILADELPHIA NEW YORK Z'j

5 kI Any one can grow the dahlia! If he -
will. lloulH can remnlii In the ground Two Elegant Trains Dally : LO.V/L 6 ii1{ + Yt7A(

until any time after front cuts the tope Mail. *
und before the ground Is frozen hard. Seaboard. Express JrAN.sAj #' '
The lifted roots are to be taken Into a MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT. CITY tX/tfARRJ' i 1 r

i warm cellar just as they are, with the 4M.
dirt adhering, and left there through ONLY LINE Operating Dally Through; Sleepers Jacksonville to New Orleans. JNCo '

he winter and oprlng.[ The storing of Lv

tile root over winter l la the most delicate For Information and sleeper reservations. call on any Agent c..

inn t tor In the handling of the Seaboard, or writeA.

)hint, and over It many amateurs come
both O. MAcDONELL, A st. Qen. 1'1188. Agt. S. C. BoVLbTON! Pass. Agt.
tu grief. The roots must be kept SPARYAAt&aJ

dry and warm. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.Atlantic eUh
It'. Comlnir. _ __ __ u __ -__ ccl.UMSr

-.- ,... In tho good old summer time, '
I + In the good old summer time 81 7XQs5
.- ...-. Z 'i1LJJ
--- Panama hut will liar. again <
-- Coast Line
.._ ... :: As In some tropic clime; R'y BLAc1

1 Shirt walats will be Huffy, ...._.
A CAVALRY BTVMT AT POUT MTKH.: And tint mercury will climb; NA SAYAN
We'll buy much cream and soda
,4 their teams chosen, and difllcult drill In the good old summer time. The Great Through Car Line from Florida. SMOOTH RUNSOUTHERN
and Intricate evolution[ have been for rJP
A long time the order of the day. In the good old summer time. ors
l In the irood old summer time. cR
Of thoH wMch will participate In the Were hold exclusive picnics Over Us own rails to Savannah, Charleston Itlchmond and Washington, thencevia
,\' exhibition[ \probably the wont favored the scenery la aubllme; the Peunn.vlvRnU Hallruiui. / viut
U the comixmlto troop of the Huvond W.'lIlIro on warm vacations. RAILWAY
r Spend our very Seat dime.
cavalry, which linn been exercising And then go back to work again TO TIII W);ST. To c
hero. Title Is not the only[ division[ of In the good old summer time.Pittsburg. The Louisville A Nashville, via! Montgomery. The Mobile &.Ohlo R. H.
the Second cuvnlry being prepared for Pre_ ,
the tournuuient. but It 1* the one that I TO TilE E\ST-IA: HTKAAISIII1
., hag attracted the greatest attention Via Savannah and Ocean Steamship Company for New York Philadelphia, Bos
OWIng largely to the fact that It U lo"cntetl ton. Via Norfolk Steamer to New" York, Washington/ and Baltimore. Via[ Sa CINCINNATI CHICAGO THE LAND OF THE SKY"
so near \ViiMhlHKton. The mar Young PlantsEvery vannah and Merchants' and Miner Transporttaion Company for Baltimore "

1 poalK troop has for Its commander aud Philadelphia. The NORTH and WEST... *?
CuiKaiu Lloyd M. llrvtt a veteran who
ill coirulzed:: us. oUt of the best cavalry TO KEY AVEST AND HAVANA.Via *!._... D..I ea Dlnlnrf. Car
farmer knows that Pullman Cmr .s..lc.
otttoers In the Ht'r\'kt' The troop It. Peninsular & Occidental S'eamshlp Company. On All Train. Th. B....
! elf U mnde up of It-tall from Troops some plants grow better than

1.> K, II, U and U and will be divided Into others. Soil may be the same Connection Made Jacksonville forall PointsMILEAGE SOUTHERN RAILWAY H. P. CARY District Passenger A|"".
loa W. Bar Sir. .. JACKIOMVILLB.: P.*.
two octlouM.
: The first Bwtlou will bo fully and seed may seem the same W.A.'fuao:, P. T. M., Waihlnpon.! D. C. S. H. HABOWICK. C. P.A..Wuhlneton D.&
but some plants are weak and TICJJ W... H.TATLOa. A. G. P. A., Atlanta. Ca.
equipped but the second will dispense Interchangeable mileage tickets good l over 13,000 miles of among the principal -
with saddle aud usu blanket and sur- others stron?. railroads the southern states, are on Male by the principal agents.

clntflti: Instead; hence It will tie known And that the with For reservations and information apply to agents of the A. C. L., or write,
bareback Beotlou. The first will way
j 1the In the children. They are like FRANK 0, BOYLSTON, Commercial Agt. \V. D. STARK, Tray Pass. Agt. IF YOU WANT A...
( Perform the evolutions provided young 138: West Bay St., Astor Building JACKSONVILLE FLA. __ _
regulation for mounted troops, while plants. Same food, same home, U. M. EUEHSOX, Traffic Manager.; W. J. CUAIU, Gen'l: Pass.:Agent!' '
the "barback" ineu will give these but WILMINGTON, N. C.HERBINE.
same care some grow big
and few additional. Both sections Lot
have been drilling hard lu the riding and strong while others stay ...Building ,

r ball, and both are almost ready for the small and weak.Scott's .

cumpetlUon to determine the team for Emulsion offers an ur a lot with a BUILDING READY FOR OCCUPANCY,
Madison Square Harden. .i
A visitor to the riding hall while a easy way out of the difficulty. LAND FOR AN ORANGE GROVE, P

r drill Is la progress cannot but be Impressed Child weakness often means Is veritable dragon of ill-health Ii ieaveelnlhpi PINEAPPLE PLANTATION TRUCK OAS

by the wonderful protlclency starvation, not because of lack .a.emore pernllsr$0Ameriesoa physical wrecka than probably nay Sher one dl. We probably have for sale just what you are seeking.
;, attained by them cavalrymen. ThBaddte W HY 7 Simply because upon the Rat If 101
. : troop got through its paces of food but because the food quinine.of tb. malady the System is u.ually indicative with Settlers are flocking in but still there Is room.

llrst. Various[ f onus t Ion.* are shown, does not feed.Scott's Dent ortbstdeadymloeral-oalomq)9. 16 Ji'. Dai ren.. it ie al an looking this way, drop a line to
and finally "troop front" 1* ordered. Emulsion feeds a.emsaryelther. RepWWnr guarantee *
really V1ce.PrediJeILORIDA
The men then lead their horse out un JAS. E. INGRAHAM 3rd
UI there Is a space of about sis pace : and gives the child growing R'Y

t between each two men. Sabers ar strength. bn..mreaedrwsae.rtyana.a 7Mrsogyyk 11Y EAST COAST

drawn, and the fascinating[ saber drill Whatever the: cause of weak- ewr.led Mrelylwae4 al.snel-sass.a.W nv r,Nu krd.q or.har all tae.Mu.e +d11,.e ffwt.t< ST. AUGUST !. FWY

follows, the men going through the 800
perbottlw All
successive movements In perfect unison ness and failure to grow- "tula..

and without a wont of command.At scott's Emulsion seems to findit i Subscribe for the ADVOOATE and get all the!

the end of the saber drill the command and set the matter right.

to lie down comes, and In an Instant Send for lies Mm pi..
eiery hone U thrown by its rider Scott A Sow...chrmiMa. ,_PMI-I sw, New York News of the East Coast week.J. .
.... 11.11. WILSON R SON. every
without dl'w\lunttnll. When the horse yjc. (oil f 1.00;all 4rr,.. _



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unit wftti the! ettUeu i iMiemlly.: will\ #
THE BOYS IN GRAY.NEW pave the way' fur n perl' of plea!ant ; F<>:R. S.A.LE. t ,1

:OI.At'T RIVER:: :: :SO'J'EJ:: rollf''tlon" and fix the claim( of New .

ON-Tl1E-1 '11IA:N-U I V ER. Orleans and Its |II'OI upon the good -- -- ----

ORLEANS! AWAITS THEIR COM- graces and loyal sentiment the old Hotel with Seven Cottages and 10 "'

FLORIDA. -- HARVCY L. MOORI2. Acres of La.nd.

Qenerome Preparation of tli. Cr.ee.t
1 City Kor he Aranonl Iteunlauo
J. u. BAbT Proprietor. .. .. Tike Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
tb United Conrederato \.t. All refund the
druggists money If It falls } rv
ana' AaaoelatloB. to cure. E. W. Grove's signature U on t

DUCK SHOOTING.: [Special Correspondence.] each box.: 1cts.: '
I :. s J. '
New Orleans March 30.-The Crew- 'M 1 rtiI
i Z and FISHING How to Clean Plato 01... Mlrrora. I
r cent City will welcome with open arm Do not clean plate glass mirrors with .;.. .
.ir .
HI tell: *:2 r)0 per day.
and hearts the who
w generous men wore soap and water \\'lIlcl1loouer or later :, ,
$10 and $12 per week' the prrny In the civil war when they dim the surface. Alcohol and water j ,

-- coiiio here la May nestrfor the annual arc,'BH fe, but unless the mirror Is ac- i
JACICMONVILLE.<:: 1'lIIlon'of the United Confederate ,'.t- tually dirty rubbing with a soft cloth ii.

erunV> allAOCla tlon. Famed for Its hospitality cleanses it perfectly. It Is best not to i..
nnd nttrnctlons and use soap on table glass much of which It j 11'11 i.i"
many + ?
INDSOU I la rather soft and easily scratched. ,tltht + i"V ,\
abounding In traditions dour to the 1 I
For tills reason avoid the I ..
JACK.;ONVILI.E'S: FINEST AXO FLORIDA'S southern heart New Orleans Is an especially many putl'utI i4'4I4'4 n.
L\KUKa: AND BEST YEaI-I:OUND HOTEI fitting place for the old 1101.GENEBAL polishing powders and clotha advertised \:
I to give a high polish to good rt

vliiss. _. rj
-- -
y j,
1a When ;you take Grove's Tasteless' Chill fU
Tonic been u e the formula Is plainly 1111
printed on every bottle showing that It Is "

aimgly Iron and Quinine In a tasteless 'r1 r v ,0(11 tp G
form. No !No ( "
cure, / pay. oOcts.
COFFEE JACKET FAD. Located at SARNO three qnatrm) of a mile south of EAU OALLIK. FLORIDA
on the Eau Oalllo River Ions than half mile from die Indian IJIvi. nnd two
; P.palnr cent Worn AbroadVfcon. '
rtnltlnv Kvcnlnw: Cofte. and a half miles.. from the Ocean. Tho property I I.* twit hundred nilleR south of #

When the up to date woman gets out Jacksonville., on the Florida hunt.. Coast Itiillwny, with tie, Iftnlinnd: l MaIon; adgjoining r

her array of gown preparatory to a the piopnrty. Ilulldlngs erected In IsHI! end endue, tt theta have never

little trip toII.'ohlpllll'. she should been occupied, the oilrlnnl| oWIIN'llaIn/l/ 1111'.111 row mouths after their completion.The .

; Dud u "coQee Jllt'I.t>t" among her pos" hotel w its opened for about two months pilor ht t the on'net's dentil and iJ

(lOR loIIR. says the Chicago Post. The has not beet um>d since. All the butldliiKH.. wttie erected. In t ho most substantial

owning of a coffee Jacket Is the sine manner "ntlal'" now In excellent condition. The lintel iimlfoitiiKeH 1| nre completely I

qua non of the fashionable woman. fin nlshod, and Vf'rlttlo\ of the fin nit in"u him ever beef( used. There are. two +
4GE Its name Is. misleading It Is not anegligee
artesian wells, twenty cisterns. connected with sewer etc. .
to tieorn for breakfast, nor
Is it so culled beciumo! it Is a coffee The property cost the original owner #.11oI.001l1Incl111( ) be sold at sacrtfioc.. I

) tk CULT.ENS, OWNERS AND PROPRIETORS brown In color, but merely because The above out fairly represents the property.For ,

----- --- when the drinkers of late coffee in the particulars apply to or address

fashionable resorts of the Riviera felt EZRA to'. HATCH. D. L. OAl'LDKN.): WM. A. WAR NOOK' '

the little wInds from the ocean they Caretaker on premises Attoiucy for Owner. Allt'nt.fol' Owner
VAL HOTEL JACKSONVILLE, FLA. JOHN B. OOIUXMt. took to wearing a graceful open jacket 1':11nlle.: \ KloiIda.<< 'Iliimvllle, Flu. Jamaica, N. Y. ,

dlers to rekindle their campflres and with a sort of shawl effect about the --- -- I
renew their memories of tau buttlefield cut of the cape and the shoulder. These

and bh'ouuc.11 New Orleans U now under the name of coffee jackets are E. C.
in many respects the most huportun[ the Bcaxou'H and In the way of coats. .
Opposite poHtolUr-e. Centrally located and '
| | Thoroughly repaired lenovatetl. city in the new south su it was at the They come in simple affairs at reasonable

opening\ ; of the war the chief city of the 1 prices, but tho idea Is elaborated -
Newly furnished throughout. conducted Groceries and Fresh Meats'V '
Southern ('otifcMleracy, and 1. thought/ It by o|>oii\\oik or hand embroidered vfr

early fell Into the hands> of the federal effects until almost any sum can I
Kates $:..1.)1): ) per day and up. government its heart bent warmly for be jmld. of all kinds.

the southern cau"e. It nltnexKed. its -
B. W. II ow'lt 'I'"III!
SPERRV Proprietor.iSTMORELAND homes depicted of thouHiuulM and thousands
Fruits and Vegetables in Season.
of bravo men who loft their families We offer one hundred dollars\ reward I
and their belongings to take up for any case of catarrh that cannot be M.ill Orders Receive t'rumt; AHentluu.OOOOA. a

arms in a cause for which they were cured by Hall', \ Catarrh Cure.F. .. ::D"'L.A.
HOTEL West Bay I and Cedar :.Streets.JACKSONVILLE ready to I'1I,1'll1ceV'I'ythlng most dear.ThoiiHondi J. Chenney Co., pi'ops,, Toledo, .
--- - ---
:: FLA. > went, thoimandH reuiulued n. We the undersigned have known F. ; \
J. Cbennoy for the limt 1.' years, and bo- ALL KINDS OF
away, BOIl the ones who returned to ., .
American plan. Centrally located. Just built and open. hove him puifuctly honorable in all\ bunlutisH -
take up the burdens( they had dropped
tianxttctlons and able
financially to
ed this season. Fine cooking and good table. Hot and Cold Water at the first call and who have survivedthe carry out any obligations made by their JOB PRINTING r
vicissitudes of fortune and of fate firm. WIMt.t 1'rllll'1 Wholesale Druggists
Baths, Elevator etc. Five minutes from any wharf or depot. All during the long Interim stand ready to Toledo 0 VValdlng, Klnunn & .

welcome to their homes and affections Marvin, Wholsale Druggists, Toledo O.UaU'1I .
street cars pas the door. Rates, 42.00 to *2.r>0 per day. Catarih Cine Is taken Internally (
their old time comrades in arms It is Neatly Cheaply and Expeditiously
soldiers of acting directly upon( the blood and ,
Mrs. A. J. WALKER Proprietor. the determination of the {)
the Crescent City to make this the 'I mucous surfaces of the system Price Executed at the office of the
75c; bottle. Sold all
per by Druggists!
most enjoyable and Hiic<><>HHftil reunionthe
S lA UItt:1'LI: ::. of the Con Testimonials fieo. EAST COAST ADVOCATE
survivors. of the army Hall's )Family Pills are the hunt. TITUSVILLE. i
f.odt'rll'y1'1' held and in this they

will IK lIuportl'dllId[ unstated by the 'f
people of the city of New Orleans[ nil

ie e Clarendon Inn \nUEEXK, R-LV. of whom will anxiously emit the days ,

until they vim niunlM-r the entire host I '
of old ConfederatePtcniii us their {w,

OPEN THROUGHOUT THE YE.VR. loved and 110'W"I'(1C1..Mtll./ .. I "
The material Hide of the reception 1.
Facing the Sea Entirely I remodeu-d refurnished and tinder new Ina/.te./ l .
the United Confederate'eterius >t flll- 4'F'

ment. Bent :N.irtlieru Service. friuecbil rates by the week and for the Heason. Idly assuming u definite mid tangible/

Clarendon the C'laien- form. Tho city has pledged[ 11 fund of
Address ;
Inn buses meet all tralnllit D*>tona Station. 1
$101X000. which will be expended in
inn Inc. Seabreeze.! Florid ,. E. L. POTTER Prop. providing; ntUijuate entertainment both

C. H. KNAPPE: Mgr.LFHESCO of body and of mind during the several A NEW INVENTION. '

-- days of the convention.
-- ---- -- ----- --
Colonel J, A. Harral. ahlde-camp onr
JENSI.N. the staff of General John H. Gordon ,i

and chairman of the press! committee.
; JEVSRV, FLA. a committee composed of the newspaper Recently Patented all Over the World. II
Center of Pineapple Belt. men of the city announce! that the 1
entire situation him been oarefuJiy considered \ '
and that the local forres are

The prettiest location on Indian River. Largo, t.e"tlflllltrOllndll.; Near ciovIng quietly yet rapidly, in nn aggregate The Walton. ,i
the Ocean Fine (Fishing and Hunting. Terms reasonable. Letters and effort to the end that nothing .

Telegrams reserving> rooms. will receive prompt attpntl.m may be found wanting when the dawn

JOHN s. PAKK/ Onernnd. J Proprietor of the reunion herald the arrival of .

-- --- -- -- the old /gray clad heroes From Colonel 'r Self-Locktg Tackle Block. t p
hurrah Is. learned that the railroad. .
making v
I centering in New are '1
; every arrangement necessary for the Mtulo: In vnilnii (hupr* and nl/.cs, of .

handling of the members of the 1,000 WOOD. IKON" and II110X3:. Will

House and Cottages.SHELTER camps which comprise the entire organization 5i wink ijnitlly well with .rope, chitin or .

of the veterans nail that exceptionally who, rUI.e.( ijt 4
of transportationwill -
low rates I I'I
( Will work, at nIl111t'lllbt. upside, down" ,
ISLAND OFF LONG ISLAND. ;X. Y. be offered. '
The committee on accommodation has horizontally at any angle, and will

WILL OPEN JUNE --20111 1P01.; arranged for a system of "room listIng top "'I.llnok n any n .1 nt. ,

Two and one-quarter hmirs from :New York via Lone Island R. R healthfully ;," which In addition to the accommodation Invaluable Cur every kind of business :I.1 '

-ituatedon Magnificent bay amid beTutiful gcenerv. lS-holelIolf: links, provided by the hotels. will / wlierea block In needed frtqnently sac.

New York Yacht Club: station. N o milnrla No monq'litoes. Pure water. enable the visitors to be taken care of Ing the labor of one mon or more .
Dry> atmosphere. Dilvea and boatln?, bathing lUnlnir. dancing, frequent f a I/I
/groves the annoying waits so
beautiful elevators 1I"Ites with bathe, ,etc. without Nothing like It for hanging lit retchIng "
Otis ,
muelc hall, electric URDU, on occasions of the kind under
i wlieH.Addroiw. '
For terms and illustrated pamphlet address. consideration. Arrangements have been I i

ROBERT :MURRAY, Manager, Hotel Ponce de Leon, St. Augustine Fla. made through the kindness of the t I all communications to the a I t ,

United large States number government of army tent officials, wblch fora h'' h i' / Walton Self-Locking Block .Co i + I.. <,ffocorporaI8d. f\\.

NEW YOItK will be pitched within the inciosure of r II 7 fl
y ( .) I '
the fair /grounds one of the finest locations
In the clfo. well drained and provided Il i, ; I Office and Wardroom, dot Atlantic Are. / II.. +: + I + Ir +' I i ,
l t t + +t+dN
1 with conveniences which will t I "f 1 "Near Rowe' 'Vllluf..fluClated Htatlon.BOSTON' t' + t 1 t'i

otel Marlborough make the "canvas city" one of the most +i r : MAHS. I : .-
de..lrnble features of the reunion. + i +I t w I I t
An auditorium wilt lie erected on the t-; i
Blacks at the An- '
YORK. la Sample can seen .
Broadway :i6th and 37th Streets: NEW fair grounds of snflltlent size tn accom- ____ ,,
+/)" Rooms. 200 bath room. Lighted; entirely with electric llehts.. Conauctod module the estimated number of veter'aria TOCA Tit: office Tltnsvllle.jf. { t

on American and European plans, and ls managed; ; under the personal the sessions of tile association testimonial received Walton elf Block Co. : i .
where The following! out of hundred, are a sample of the by tile /$ -Lucking .
of the owner. E. s. (R0WELL. Manager: will be held. at Bteckiton tit....., 1I..ton."n, 18. '"00. ,
Elaborate plans have been made for WALro7 SWLF J.fM"IU.11 IIf..K 170. tI 1
,,,,l of s.lf ankle blacks" which/ w*obtained. fromvon. i
of the veterans and (iSITLCSr7YMI. : rwiti Mi .I u. to an bon.Ml report on tti pnrlf working our -Ipiking
the entertainment Woirl. w. lmVHUM l tlllltnnt k'nda ut blocks in onrtwtrrv on our.l....twl tack hnurlnir and kiw.riug.fora. one Mr to ..i ..llmr..lo. J
in addition to competitive drills and 'W. haw given It,. Waltnn "exit. Ixicklnit. blocks a prxtty Ira( .*.1..n.(find It..... tlwt tiumt r..IUI>'l.inl l.exl hl..k..1 this klnil .. have ever o_. t. I
otel Broadway and 41 t Street, military parade in which a number of ]t U' a gn-.' Invention and w* ara gluf tn 1 giv" yon thin. If'., and mor. than |>lca.Mt to know rust .1..hMC w. bars fuinKl what ws b..*,. fur ,ear. \ ,
Yendome town huiltlng tor. You can one Ibis nolle in any way r ,j ple>...
NEW yOtK CITY. companies from other state will per Your vvrr truly, J. UVXrAX ell CO. 1

tlclpate a grand ball will be given dur .

FIREPROOF. 300 .Ingle and en suite with private bath_and toile ing the convention.It WALTn7 1ra7TL.w.7-About"r.r.p.Ln: <:.r"o IIa.nrJl two: Co woks. ago I "nrol ... rooms .2 and with Is expected that a large number ofrepreeentntivee the time to report tnth. "mnpa.y It I found then >.ai lufaotorr.
rooms EUROPEAN PLAN. Good rooms $1.BU; large: rooms ; from the newspaperswill I am glad: tony I an very much piMuwd wlih+ 1"10" and and tb.i blnrka Just rltcht all the time cat .la ...ry place. flay are certainly what *v>
Private bath The management Is under the per sty man needs, who baa any DM for blacks,aa tbe> *.!_, tin* and "labor. aua,..< la jronra. '
2.50; and upwards. be present daring the reunion. Years truly ', P. ItOWaLL
owl .opervlsion of the owner. FRANK: GRUEN. Manager The great enthusiasm of the peopleof Dealer la Grain and Hnllriera' 8up| .Hm. !Newport' ,ff. IL.VI .

New Orleans In regard to this comIng BLOCK Co. Boaton, )/.... -
reunion make it beyond peradventure ALT01I..eL.Jlu'n 6rrrL.Rga: : : !-: We pttrehaawPof yoo a ret of all lixb aalf.locking farkl Morka wltb rope to fit. .....,. 1.,. and have alren thf m a rate t..l and
THE PRINTING OFFICE occasion will be moat delightful .m well pleased. with the ...rklnlr..r tie bliieka.. In many can*bees and barrel, ran fie tully bandied without _)n' u.ad. Ttwy.ona.g'i.aayis
ADVOCATE JOB that the .. ua ........,. They ar*superior to anything w. ban ever used or case for aaDdlin, .b.aryweihta nMfttiMinmr CIIMYANY."00*'
from all point of view and lt0 150 WIIARY raOVIsION
lr W. T. ho' "n..1 i?< 'rrea AD kind of Commercial Stationery printed at the above office the. municipal authorities actlxur as a


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THE FORT PIERCE KILLING.When THE NEW FISH 'BILL. Robbins & Graham Go.Incorporated.
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; we went to press last week the By special request we again publishthe ( ,)
JEWELERS!: AND SILVEKSMITIIS trial of Mr. Dan Carlton, marshal Fort Fish Bill, an introduced Into the .r
Pierce, for the murder of Andrew Dall, a House by Kepiesentatlve Wade II. Jones. PAID UP CAPITAL $ 5OOO.OO.

41 West U.lylStreet.JACKSONVII.LE. Norwegian, was being held. From the It Is as follows : This company ownsLAN'IDS 1
FLORIDA. evidence I It appears that Dall was drink. An Act Regulate the Catching or Taking -
log anil had made himself offensive on of Food Flab Except Shad, In the ,
Largest stock In this section of country. the street: the Marshal went to the house Tide Waters of Florida, to Prohibit 0 .
Established In 1818.( where Dall I resided to arrest him. Dall Catching, Transporting, Shipping or In the Indian Rivet Country; On the St.

Send for descriptive catalogue. first agreed/ to go and then refused unless Being In PoHsesslonV of Mullet During Lucie River; at Now River and on Bay /tlrp5
Carlton had a warrant; and, as Carl. Certain Periods, and to Provide a Pen GOOD
ton had no warrant, Dall resisted arrest. alty For Violation of Same. Blscayne. Prices to suit the times.
BUSCH. Carlton pot Dall by the shoulder and Section I. That from and after the lu
Land List.
.THE ,, attempted to pull him out of the house. passage of this act, it shall be unlawfulto Send for A&rrS SO I Of_

There was a Swede in the house at the catch with any kind of net any mullet Offices at Tltusvllle and Miami Fla.
Brewing Asso's.ramons time named M. .'Jepson who took hold In the tide waters of the State of Florida I NAM E'
of Dall with the Intention of pulling Dall between the 15th of November and the

away from the Marshal and preventing 15th of December of each and every year. Meat Market
S 1.0011' Keg and Hot- hU ariest. The Marshal then drew bis Provided, that this act floes not prohibit East Coast

tied Wear. pistol and threatened to shoot epneo If catching mullet by cast net. fOn.,
he did not let go of Dall. Section 2. That It shall be unlawfulfor G. F. DUREN Agent.
r.A. Lesley
Sold bj M a""
According/ to the Marshal' statement any person or persons to catch any I=!!:: Witr
R. L. Motlnw Tltnsvllle.ria. Jepsen let go and went to the other nail food fish In the tide waters of the Stateof on:. -
. By Mr R.I.. Motlow,Cocoa, rh1.a of the room; took a knife from the shelf Florida by the stop-net 'method with p: :. -ae. For sale by J. R. Walker & Co., Titusv ille
and came towards the marshal with the oil shore, or setting net In [lees than five -=:a.co 1 _
JOSEPH ZAPF knife In his hand. Tbe Marshal then feet of water at high; tide, or with mesh :: ,+ W:

shot Jepsen in the arm. lie then turned es less than :3| Inches stretched measure; w: E. L. ::ae :c & :aeo:::
his attention to flail and iu pulling him but seines or haul nets not more than r = .
: k1 Sole Agent. out of the house the Marshal's pistol accidentally three hundred and fifty yards long with p2- t=+ -DEALERS IN-
w went off, and the ball struck meshes of three Inches stretched measure ra
610 to 020: West Bay Street, Dall In the back, entering close to the may be used in hauling; out fish after being GROCERIES, GRAIN AND HAY, AND ALL FOOD PRODd

1 boulder blade going through his body settled In a stop-net. Provided, that OCS A C'-2 We handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agents for MAPES
JACKSONVILLE FLA. and coming out of the center of tho stop-nets now In use with meshes of not FERTILr
We deal exclusively: In the above line of goods and solicit the trade
eov : ? of all
breast at the sixth rib. less than three Indus stretched measure con
----- era. Write us for prices on Grain ana all Groceries, delivered at
130:: L. MOTIOWs Jepsen, on tho other hand. says Carl- may be uteri until August 1, 1004, unless ; p E. L. BRADY A BRO. TITUSVILl.E your,etatlea
ton had pulled Dell to the door where sooner worn on t. TITUSVILLE FLORIDA. FLA
be (Dall) fell his full lengthhis.bead be- Section 3. It shall be unlawful to
Ing outdldo and his body Inside. of the transport, ship or be In possession of any
house, lace downward towards the fresh or un-Iced mullet In the State of W. CARROLL
ground; ; that the Marshal was then out- Florida between the l 10th day of Novem- ,
side the house close by the dead man's ber and the 13th day ,,of December In al111.. -Dealer In-

head, and In that position he killed Dall, each and every year, or to have POHHOHslon GROCERIES GRAIN FRUIT AND
the ball going Into the back and coming transport or ship any iced mullet !r'L FEED, YEGETABl
( rt out of the bronst. I between the 23th day of November and Crockery Glass and Tinware.TITUSVILLE Your
Tlierd were only two witnesses to the the 13th day of December of each and I FLO1IIDA.Patronage Solicited,
killing;, and they are M. Jepsen and DAD every year.Section .
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Carlton. Jepsen' and Dall bathed together !:: 4. From and after the passageof :( 1 h'
in the loom where the killing this act, It shall be, lawful to catch' .
took place. any fist, except shad, In the tide waters J. L. Mobloy
a The question for the jury to decide of the state of Florida at any time and In a _

was: Did the Marshal hoot Dall Intentionally any manner not prohibited by this net. FLORIDA
l or was It an accident? If Intentional Section 5. All laws, or parts of haws, TITUSVILLE
the verdict was to be manslaughter In conflict with this act are hereby repealed .- .. __.._ Contracts for all kinds of !Painting, Kalsolnlning, Staining, Finishing*

; If accidental l. the v verdict should be t., Paper Hanging, at the most reasonable price consistent with geld( wo
acquittal Section 6. Any violation of this art, mannhlp. Prompt attention given; to all work
The Jury' brought In a verdict of not shall, upon conviction,. be punished L bv,
Fine Liquors Wines, Beers, fine hundred -- -_ .- -- .- --- -.
r' guilty. (}<-o. M. Robbing, D. r.. Gaulden, not exceeding; one dollars"

Ales Stout Etc. and Judge Penney defended Carlton. or bv Imprisonment In the county jail, If Your House Goes in Smoke INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORY.
( !JtJT: Send me your orders) The following were the jury : M. S. !Same: not exceeding three !mouths. up
: foreman ; F. W.I.altllaohe. R. r.. Uleger, FLA.
and loose everythingIt TITUsfVILLE::
TITU VIl.LE and COCOA, FLORIDA.Boarding. D. J. LaKoche W.F. Dlxun, J. K. Reed you
Attorneys Kobblnn Gulden and Penney COMING MARRIAGES Is your own fault. Is prepared to furnish Ice In any quantity-backed or loose. Special atteoj

Y I, worked like Troj ins for their client; ::11"1.190 XJ:1S'I..19n.n.OC.suffiolent : : : : paid sacking for Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing Is ni) motto

and the verdict of the jury they claim In a former Issue of the ADVOCAFK to cover the value of the property T. T. WET IOKE. Proprietor.

was a fair one. \ we referred to the coming nuptials and household effects should be car. - -.-.- ---- -. -
In the case.of State of Florida vs. Ish- that popular railroad mar, Mr. Jos D.Rahner ried. !Rates are not high. The companies
Sherman/ who to killIng solvent reliable and lib TrTUSYXLLE:: ] LIV R'3 ST 173
pleaded guilty; of St. Augustine; and Miss Nyce, we represent are ,
C s ; In Went l'aliii lieach.yP Sum Johnson at Fort Pierce, the of iiushklll, Pa. Yesterday we receivedthe eral. Claims are promptly adjusted.
prisoner was sentenced to ten years In following Invitation: Don't neglect to take out a policy.
Desirable people, who wish a pleasant the penitentiary. Judge Penney and D, SCIIUYLER & 3RANNING FEED AND SALE SADDLE OR85,
place to slap at while In West Palm r.. Unuldon defended. Killlnr Ea t Coast Advocate/ : x

Beach, will find MINARET COTTAGE, Mr. and Mrs. Moses Coolbaugh Nyce TITUSVILLE' -r_....FLORIDA._... ...STABLES... BUGGIES,

., on Olive street, between Evernla and request the honor 'of your presence at Correspoudeuce. LUVIbUU.Rupture SURRETSl
the marriage of their daughter, Edith[ : ,
Fern, just such a place. Nice clean Davies to Mr. Joseph David Kaliner, --
rooms, neatly furnished ; comfortable bills by Mr. King of Dade relating Wednesday June-17 1UOJ; at 12; o'clock Cured Free. TRANSFER 1 and TURNOUTS:

a bed-; good wholesome food; VERY ; to the establishment of a criminal noon, at the church Bunhklll Pa. At
u + moderate prices, are the recommenda! court of record after January fat, 1061( home after July :25th at" :33 Valencia ,
I street, St. Augustine, Fla.
'f 1 A4 bona Only) A limited number room. were paused.Ily The AnvooATB joins their numerous The nice Method IH Un parallel! J, M. OSBAN & BRO,

f 1( ers can be accommodated. Table board !Senator: F. Sama!:: of Volusls, to filend In winding the happy pair, lu ad- in the AumiUof Medical Success.A TITUSVII.T.Enack of Grand View hotel. FLORID!

+ specialty. empower county commlHHloners to provide vauce, a long and happy mauled life. _.
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wells or watering stalls for anlm,tls9a
)IRS: FRANK DARLING Cheap Home Cur. that Anyone Can 1.1..

Went Palm Hunch Fla. The publioroad.bill to, extend the time allowedfor The following; refers to a bright young I Without Tim Pain. from Danger Work.ur L.OM of Seeds For Summer Crops

the completion of the Florida CoastLine lady who spent. last winter with her
't jJ4 E. V eSC Hull Jamil Jc: Transportation no.'. canal mother at Rockledge: IS SKNT FKI3K TO ALL.

) liar been punned by both houses of the Kilitor: Karl Count Ailroratti Out of the shone <>f old lime falln'reoomtllt .
Florida Legislature. Millets, Sorghums Soja Beans Velvet Beans Peanuts Chufas Teosinte, Glif
Mrs. Jos. O. Gerry requests. your pre A new and aral tlllIll cine for rup Beggarweedclean.
Boatbuilder A bill to be entitled an act to create sence at the mill rlage of her daughter ture. Dr. W. S. Mice, ;2UOJ N. Main St.
the first taxing district of Brevard county Mary M., to ;Mr. Robert W. Brodmann, Adams, NY., halt Invented a matholi CC>""IJIJ" :IE: !S :
and to authorize the Issue' of bonds Wednesday, June 17ih 1IMM: at five
I'1 )+ J and levy of taxes to build permanent o'clock llaramels Rock 1 rIV VVLIppn, Clays, Wonderful, Black, Unknown, Lndyflngers.
P,t: GKORGIANA, FLA. highways In said district. way Beach p. ,In.N. Y. avenue, Clean Bright Stock; Lowest Pi'Ices. Conch Peas, 83o: .ter qt., Postpaid: IM

I build launch hull 20. ) feet peck; 4.25 bushel.
a special :
5 Inches, beam steam bent white oak by By Senator E. N. Dlmlok, of Brevard Poultry Supplies, Stock Food Insecticides, Garden 'rOO).", Fertilizers.)
and Dada, an act to amend section :2,
i; frame, cypress planking, copper fasten chapter 40J2 laws of Florida, entitled an Sir Gilbert Carter, governor of the L. CAMERON, The Seed Store
ed, pine decks, bent combing, lockers un act to amend unctions I and 9, of chapter Bahamas, lit engaged to Miss GertrudeC. 114 East Bay Street. JACKSONVILLE, FLA
? i der all seats Inside finished In varnish Parker daughter of the lute Mr. Frai
i 4245:! laws of Florida, entitled an act to ,
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form. Complete with a Ii. P. engine, Increase the facilities and Improve the cis V. Parker of Boston, Mass. The -
it y'' 1 all ready to run. Price, $:UB.; 'transportation throughout the state and wedding will take place In August Congratulations

o'l' Other size built to order.Hodgson to Incorporate the Florida! Grand Trunk, Sir t.SCHOOL IV M,' ye p Special Attention !

u' Railway Company approved June 3,
1811:1.' :

EAU GALL1E INDIAN RIVER FLA. Brevard County School Board In con Hardware, Tinware, Crockery, Glasswar
formity with Chapter 4078, No. 17, lawsof
Marine Railway. Friday MayJ2nd, at DeLand, Mrs. 18UH, State of Florida ordered a special MK. CMA9. LAN UK.Qa Harness and Stoves.
r1',; General Merchants and Ship Chandlers Oct S.ul.1 mother Mrs J. I). Screven, election to be held last Saturday;in ckly Cured After Suffering 18 Years.
formerly of TlUmvllle, but now of Miami, special tax school districts, No. 1,2 and that cures without pain, danger opera.
..Special Facilities.. died of cancer of the face, and was bur. 3. The purpose of this special election tion or an hour's loss of time from the :V Our Stock Is Complete and We Can Fill Orders prompt

t For led on Saturday morning.Mrs. was for all 11"Rlilled( voters to vote UJOQ day's .work. To avoid all questions of
Out and
Hauling Storing Hopall'lngYacbts Sauls wits about seventy years the question of levying a special, tax, not doubt he -end five. to every sufferer. Jas. Pritchard & Son.
and Launches. old, and one of the oldest settlers of Os- to exceed three mills, for the term of two free trial of his method and there can <

Mention the ADVOCATE when writing teen. She wan the mother of a large years upon the taxable property within be no earthly reason why anyone, rich or .
1 family of cblldren, alt grown up and married the bounds of each special school district, poor, should not kvall themselves of this Fostofflce Box: 212,

namely: Mrs It. D. Brooke, of O.. for the exclusive use of public school generous offer. As an .'Instance of this Titusville. Florida.
1 Application fur Tax Deed. teen, Mrs. J.S. Galne., of Oak Hill, Mrs.P therein, and the' election of three trustees remarkable method, tho cure of Charles ,
,' Leonardy (deceased), of Osteen, John In each of the three named district. Lange, Morrison, Ills.,is a welcome piece -
Haul., of the .\firm 1 of Thayor: Sauls of Board of
The of
Public Instruction will Intelligence.
Under Beo.' f, Chap 4XX4)), taws or Florida.
IS IIKHKIIYOIVKVTHA.T.IOHIAHThomiMon : : Enterprise Mrs. .A. H. Davis, Mrs. O. F. meet In Tltusvllle today (Friday), to canvass Mr. Lange Is a well preserved old gentleman LAUNCHES AND HOUSEBOATS FOR SALE. |
punihaaeror Taxrertlflnate Nn. Carlisle and Mm. R. C. Uushnoll. of De- the returns of the above special 72 years of age; and for eighteen
8X4,dated, the 4lh day of Niiromlwr. A. 1>. Land, Mrs. Dr. Soreven, of Miami and election, which as far as we can learn, years had a bad double rupture which no
1MB has. mad laltl, certificate In otlloe, and deceaeol .
Mm.- Clara
II.... sale apiiltoatuiu. for tax dead. to lane laaaaimlance Qunckenbush ( ), of resulted about as follows : treatment could cope with. After a short
't with law, laId uartlttoate embrace, Enterprise. use of the Rice method the left
{ rupture Launch
District No. 1 Juanita 34x5Sgx2, standing top
against special tax.
sue folluwliiK ilturrllwil' nrmwrty uttuated In It.' healed entirely and the right almost
,j yard county, rinrtila, ( llu-iliwvllle.$acUon1OTown.hIp23S.' Rang' ail CHANGE OF SCHEDULE. It It 3 i. t. It a weeks. To day he is as
11 .s K. The >alt) land: being atmwixnl at the dat. or sound as a dollar, and his cure Is only Launch Buffalo, 30x6x2, standing top, 7
,, .P the iMuauvn or inch onrttncaM In thenamvnf :Nothing can be definitely known as to one of hundreds of similar cases report b. p. Buffalo Motor, speed 8 miles
s. ,, Unknown. Unl i fl Maid vertiHoata nball be redeemed > ST. AUOCSTINK, FLA. ao 1003. how the election went until the ballotsare ed by those who use the Rice method.
aauorilliiK to law,tax deed will Uiuatbaraon May t Launch Rover, 20x6L. x3):: glass cabin,
13k on the:Jclth day of June,A.U,lixia.Wltn counted which will be on Saturday Send for this free trial. Don't be back.
$ .M IIIT odlolalci nWreandseal this the Editor Katt Court Advoratel' or Monday next. ward. It will surprise you with Its won. 0 b. p. Mian us Motor, speed '7 miles.

a I s 4 39th[Ct.clay of Haall lI'a'A 1). 1003.A. A. STEWART. Passenger train ached ules of the Fla. Elections were held at Tltusvllle, La- derful power to heal. And If yon know House-boats, 10x30: and 10x33.: Engines

1 Clerk Circuit Court of Hcvraril t'ounty. Kl'.. East Coast: Railway will change Thursday Orange, Haulover, Canaveral City Point, of other ruptured people ask them to or hulls will be sold separately i
Hy U.A.Stewart, 1) C, May 28th, lIKXi: ; but will\ not be Merritt, Rockledge Oeorglana, Banyan, write or write for them. Do not fall to
changed to any great extent. Eau Gallle Melbourne Malabar Grant, write at once; do so to-day. Ceo. R. Wallace Agt. West'' Palm Beach.
+ Application for Tax Deed The same train will be operated as at Sebastian White City Woodley and St. ,

v present on the main line; the principal Lucle. -- -
Under fteo. M ol Chap.4WM,Lawi of Flurlila.XTOTICIC changes being; that No. 7$ will) leave
: IS HERKnr GIVEN: that Jaroraa T. Miami at t 6:110< a. m. Instead of 7:13: arriving A SERIOUS FIRE. Wool Well-Bred
4l 11 JJFaaatar nurahaaar of Tax Cartlneau: No. Jacksonville at 7:00: a. m., Instead Wool. Cigars.OUR
WW, d..todb. tni\ day ot July, A. U. IWJO
i of 7:30. Train No. will leave
08 Miami
I i ha* filed. alii "rtlll.te In my olHoa and baa. ----- ,
1l f, IIk$ made application. for tax drnxl to |MU' In accordance at 7.00 p. m. instead of 5.-OO p. m., and About 11 o'clock on Saturday mornIng 1
4 3t: ri lit' with l 0.. Bald oartlnoata 1mb", ,,... arrive at Jacksonville at 8:50 Instead a tire was started in the
t, ,, i the following ditnarltwd property .UII.te.lln| : a m.. sawgrasa on 8-CENT BRANDS.
Hravanl riorlita, twlt BWU! of N\VV4 of 7:13: a. m. here will\ be no the Maddock property lake front, northof
NWV 30 ooun'1' Section 99.Township 91 Mouth: change In the schedules of trains Nos. West Palm Beach, and It Is supposed I Clear. White Wool . .20c lb. "SAN MATEO"
t j Hang Ea.t.rrbe laid land being amwaaad. al 2t and lt) >. that some person threw a lighted match I
the dat. of the ".".n08 ot inch oartlllnaM In Clear Black Wool. . 17e lb. #x
l4 the n.n>eof C. M. Magruder.A.t. UnleM aald Yours truly, on the dry grass, thus suiting what 1 Made from the choicest Florida leaf.
eartlflcate hall be) reileainad. aoixmllnu to law J. D. RAHXBR. proved to be a very serious conflagration (Bales or Sacks.)
tax. dead will I..... thereon on the :auth day oilJune 1/
7-ft Alligator Skins .
,A.D., 1_. "SILK OPERA"The
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Wit'... The strong east wind fanned the flames ""
my oMclal aUnatnre and Heal this TITUSVILLE'S TRAINS. o-rs. . 85C. - -- -
sT I the 2tMh day of May, A.D., 1_. and In a remarkably short time they I, highest
I |Ot. Ct. Meal) A..A. HTKWART. were leaping from tree to tree, heading S-ft 1st . 66c. grade of Imported Havana

Clerk Circuit Court, By Brevanl O.A.Stewart County ,Florida 1>.C.. The following are the tIme. of arrival toward the county road. Just south of 4-ft . 30c. They're t e

LE and departure of passenger trains to and the Maddock property Is the Clow place.Fortunate : 3-ft .. . 25c. leaf, and 'made well bred-well grown In the

A OVER FIVE THOUSAND OF WALton's from Tltusville: was It that the wind did not Dry Flint Hides. . . 13Jc lb. Mateo factories, by In our clean airy San .I
change IU direction else low competent American
L great certainly I
s Rapid Calking Tools now In use a lJTtI 1101711 D. would have followed. The fire Green Salted Hides. . 6c lb. workmen.

by Price boat 94.00 owners and $3.00(In the each United, at the States.ADo Laare*TttniTllle mi Miami. point and atI i I 10:116:IM: p p.mlat.rmaltat. skirted along the stretch of pineapple Wax . . ... . . 27c lb. You when smoke the pure aDd fragrant reality [
you use these
VOOATK office, Tltusvllle Fla. I aoarsaov.o0 shed and outbuildings; worked IU way brand. _
feaveTtte.v1a.forJack..mvill.. SUn cross the county road and burned Itself D. KIRKLAND
and InunueUlat points at I t.M p m out on reaching the railroad, where San Mateo Cigar and Tobacco Factories
Il tr Reading notlo ads. on this page T1tti.Tllla\ for Sanford 1 ro ass some b& k-lIrlng had previously. been Kirkland Block. ,
are the cents per line per week Arrives TltiuvlU from Sanford U:JW pun done.-Tropical Sun. SAVANNAH fL"-

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