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Title: East Coast advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: June 5, 1903
Publication Date: -1891
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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L. GO. NO. 15. FLORIDA. FRIDAY JUNE G. 1OO3. (PRICE a

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NEWS WILSON'S ICE CREAM IS DELK PURE ICE CREAM EVERY DAY AT -Attorney A. J. Lewis, of West Palm -Capt. N. N. Penny, of Nathan, ai AMONG THE r '

LOCAL ious Have you tried it? Wilson A}; Son's drug store. Beach, was In town. couple of days or rived In town yesterday ,* 1 t+

Topics. of General Interes Messrs.. M. S. Same, of Courtena ; -Mrs. Clir. F. Fischer, of Tltusvill, so this week. -Mr. Henry T, Titus, of Dayton, Whore to stop along the East ,

and '1'. II. Sanders, of Indl.inola, spent a was visitor' in St. Augustine for .everal -Col. A. M. Thrasher, of Sun for was In town on Monday.! See list of hotel on page 7. Il .

couple of days or so in Titusville the days the Unit of the week. was In town yesterday, attending lIome DON'T FORGET PALMO-PKP8IN I 1 II Visitors Jacksonville arc J4 "

ADVOCATE.., first of the week. -Mr. Robt. Oladwln, of }o"ortPlorce, law matters. The Best Tonic, at Wilson A Son's. top at those hotels whoso ads. l ,

$i 00 six months, .. RUBBER STAMPS of all kinds mado accompanied by his bright little dang -Mr. and Mrs. Wm. M, Brown are ex- -Mrs. A. J. Sembler has closed ber our 7th page. y

$2:00: per an. to foreign countries. cheaply and expedltlonsly. Send your ter, was in town the first of the week. pected home from New York on Mon- boarding house for a few day., owing to The Clarendon Inn, Sonbreoxo

subscribe for the Ar>vt < orders to the Lewe Racy Novelty CoDlnsraore. .' -Mr. L. W. Hallo of Mr. day. The are returning via steamer Illness.\ aged by Mr. C. hi[. Knappe, Is 1'
lion you manager; +
by the year, It does not cost you Fla. Geo. W. Soobie's fish business at Oran, -!Kir. and Mrs. J. J. White, of Rod' There will be a dance In the Open+ the summer and The rooms Clarendon are

week, postage Included -Mrs. R. E. Brown after with his In Tituvllle. ledge, will leave for Frankfort, Mich gaged already.
o cents per enjoying a spent Sunday family house, this (Friday) evening, at 8:31o'clock : < Is being ext"n.lec12)11; ) feet
te date of expiration printed upon few days' visit with her mother, Mn next Tuesday, to spend the summer.If sharp. plor the surf with a platform at tho : ) r '
or wrapper every week. This Wright, left, Saturday last, for Wet ,
paper No need DON'T FAIL TO SEE E. A. Waddel Interested In fishing\ I IQrevard In by 40 feet long, and will be for the 4y
receipt for your money. Palm Beach, where she will reside you are -Mr. II. E.: Wakofleld, of Pomona, i a d, '
send receipt for nubscrlptlor Miami, If you want to buy Improve county, you would do well I to member of the school touchers' grading; of the lintel. A good orchestra )
is to t t to you. Messrs.. E. L. Brady and C. A. Cart and unimproved lands. Prices to .lIlt read the copy of the fish bill, printed on committee, Is In town. rlvo this week to furnish music ,
date gives; .
ner have had a sea wall built in front of all parties. our t
their residences In Titusville. Mr. Brad -Mr. R. Wright, who has been at LIsbon .
L- Reading notice ads. are ten cent baa built his wall of yellow stone, and -Miss: Grace Recd has again blue -Mr. Oeo. F. Paddlson, of Eau Oalll.. Fla., for soma time Is again li Mr; A. II. O'Neal, who has I t h
the Indian River Band, at Titusville\ asa of the Brevard school trustees wf ploy to.! as clerk at the Indian *
tills ,
inc on pnge. it makes a fine appearance from India one town, stopping with hi* mother. 1 I
cIII'nllllllt. Mrs JJenham end 1\111111 In town Monday, attending the meetln tel, Tltimvllle, for a few months,
[Mr. E. L. Brady left for New Yorkaturdi'Y River Reed are quite an acquisition to the of the BOIl I'd. -\Ir.: F. Bergman, one of Indiannla'i his home In Augusta, Ga., on

lallt. i -Mrs. C. C. Curll and little son and band. prominent citizens, arrived In town yesterday morning He left innny friends

, C, D. Provost, Ooorglana's pop : daughter; arrived here, yesterday, from of There will ben regular dance at the and gave us a pleasant call who hope to again sue him on ',
Mr. -The Misses Mabel Whitncre EnOallie .
merchant was in town I Sunday:! and Jacksonville, and are visiting\ Mrs. Cut Opera! house, Titusville, W WcdneNiln Miss Suo Lee. of St. Augustine, a Coast He says he will take the I.
and Susie C. Mime of nonav..n.tlll'e -
; next at 8:30: sharp. Dou'tfall
USA' mother Mrs evening : p. m. of the ADVOCATK, and keep an .
Singleton, LaGrange.
, former resident of Mime, Is ol '
a guest
lay the popular [
youu
were among
to be on time Cape Sable, tho coming ,I,
Pineapple offer to men with smaljtal. Insurance Agent E. A, Groover, eJacksonville lady, guests of the Indian. River hole, Mrs. J. T. Knox who has been vlsil Mrs. B. K. Wilton, of North Titusville. Dado County. Mr. C. 1>. Case. I
for W. W. Luce'" was In town on Saturdayto this week. "
Look sha'ply her Mr.a'ulllllll. W. S. Not REMEMBER E. A. WADDKLL, Miami cupies Mr O'Neal's vacated
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..D page; 8. nectlon adjust\ with"the claim the recent of $
.Mr. R. E. Minis, superintendent olio goods in the old tent factory at Titus sentenced for life for the part she took hohteat San Mateo, last Fliday. goal Oiove, Plneitpple Plantation or Palace'' lintel, Atlantlo City, N. I S IIjt l
Instruction, was In town a few ville. In the killing of an old colored: woman In Vegetable", Farm the summer season about Juno l
Yor
-If Intend going to New
i thU week. Titusville, Uat year has been .'emovec1 this summer you do not fall to get your reervatlons ... -M r. A. C. Frost, of Danla, who bad W. U. Ornius, tho manager, one '
-Mr and !Mrs J. F Hathaway of from the Monroe Turpentine Farm, soot /
and hotel
of boon on a trip to Jacksonville St. owners of the Palm Beach >l
.. WADDELL, MIAMI, real estate Boston well-known winter of of Titusville to Ocala to fallin,, via Clyde: Line steamers, '
guests owing (
choice bits of real the C. H. Walton, 'Itusville.Mr. Augustine, was in town yesterday visit'. Hunch, Is now at the hotel, and .
agent
,
aler, has some Hotel Ormond, Ormond, write us they lug his son, Mayor U. A, Frost, of this ready booked most of the best I .'
tate for sale. Call upon him. about to sail for England and wil'spend health.Rev. J Lanouette former real. "
are ; N. I. M. Bogert, who has had E. a place. the summer. Many
Messrs. J. E. Fultz, of SprucebluffR. some time In the Old Country anton charge of Tltnsville and Rockledge Presbyterian dent of Titusville, but now of Port Tamp been added, since this popular t,
X Andrews, of Cocoa were In the European continent churches during the past four <' City, Is on a visit to his wife and lIOn: Banker R. B. Holmes rellltl..noe of Cocoa, has closed last fall. The porch J II j fi
fine formerly
udance at the School Board meetIng -Mr. A. 8, Botsford, a former real months, left Monday for his home I InMetllcben ; In Boston, where they have been sine owned purchased, by Mr.the Selling Mrs. 1101 mea' I almost been doubled, and fifty r, uy I

londay. dent of Titusville, but now a prosperou N. J., where he will\ spent last October numerous friends ,are delighted/ to see room are now being put In. A at/,I ) +
merchant oi West Palm Beach the summer with his family Mr. Bo the well-known of : ture In Atlantic City Is the
The Misses Annie Jones and Frank! passel Prince, pug dog her out after her late serious accident
art returned to town the first of through here, Monday, en route home gert expects to again take up his labor Mr. and Mr". A. J. Nembler, died of oli 1 there of a Dutch Grill, which has '
visit with Mrs lIe bad been having trouble with lit here In October.A age the latter part of last week, and was -Mr. A. M. Taylor. the wellknownand .o popular at the leading New I
after
week, a pleasant superintendent of the Casino : tels. A largo cold storage pla: t
popular
eyes, so went to Atlanta to have then Jackson burled under a grand old oak tree, at
Jones. well-known merchant In St. Augustine, who has been on a containing meats, fish, game, i +
seen to by a specialist hums on Sunday
PORING POWDERS. If you want villa writes the AFIVOCATK: as follows : trip of several weeks to the north, returned etc., occupies a prominent place Flu."c \

good thing, send 2c.; for a sam|>llfage DR.S. CARROLL OFFERS YOU "Dear Sir: I have just returned from I A -Mrs., M, A. Sprague and daughter, to the Ancient City the first of Gilll, amt patron. can make their I

'! to the Lewes-Racy Novell;; chance to get a Znno-Phone or talking; business trip down the East Coast, and Miss Jterge, of New York, regular winter the week, much to the pleasure of his lions and have them cooked I I

,, Dinsmore, Fla. machine, worth *:;). For every dollars wherever I went I saw your pink paper, visitors. to all the resorts of the 1< II.t wife, who has been anxiously looking for eyes In regular Dutch fashion ,. 'I .i. '
worth of goods bought and pak especially between Eau Oallie and Stuart Coast, are now stopping/ at the larder his return to Florida. ,
Capt. II. B. Shaw, superintendent of for In cash entitles the purchaser to i a Please send; me your advertising rates a hotel, Atlantic City, N. J. :"t ,
-Cape. J, M. Laflln/ who came to 71tusvllle To Hotel Men and
ies of Refuge was In town, Monday, ticket." The party holding the luoky; soon as possible. Yours truly, ,
the government Houutuge -Miss Ruth Woodward, a former pop. last October, has laid his boat -
r inspecting will the m.\chlue-no blanks '
at Chester buouls.: ticket get -Mrs P. Nelson and two children ulnr young resident of rituavllle, but up until next whiter, and yesterday, he For Male, Lease and '

-Mrs. John T. Stanley, wife of New and Miss Larsen, of Perth Arnboy, N. J., now of DeLund, al'l'lv.lltlllelolllla1, : ,, left fur New York. He hiss Iiut.n Imvlnguxcfllenl Hotel Lit Casa New, clean and d n '

TO F. E. C. LUNCH STAND ANI York's prominent soap manufacturer, who have been staying at the buuutifu ;' on a visit, to her fl'll'lIdII! ,," I.unl"o sport lately, and tins been date.. A rare chance to secure I""

11 I for something good to eat or drinl showed her genial countenance at Titus. winter home in South Tltusvilie: owner Brown, who Is entertaining her In royal hauling In trout that weighed from Albs.. tourist hotel. Address, .' ':

ft) and you will\ get It. OppoHiti+ vllle last Saturday, bite! was oq her sal by Capt. and vlrs. Nelson, left here or style. to Hlbs. Jack will return here next :2t. I'. BKWAM: Orlando! ,
E. C. R'y depot Titusville. husband who III Tuesday for Jacksonville, where the] Rose Marl In JI
to Jensen, to join her DO YOU WANT 5fK) II U 'l'I.lNU REAL rail, ant again put the r
superintending\ the packing and ship" board&d the Clyde steamer Arapahoe, nom mission. :
County Commissioners J. C. Jones, estate agents endeavoring to dispose ol MR FLAGLER AN ,
and their
After route to New York summer
en
i.like. ; J. F. Bell, of White City ping of his big crop of pineapples. home any property you may have for sale 01 -A question has been ruined] as to I ,I I
.\, of Tillman and J. 1C. the shipping season Is over, Mr. one If tend full particular district t
'onkling, ; exchange ? so, whether the people of the 1st school M.
Mr. Flagler
,
In Henry j
I, of IndUno'a' were attending to Mrs. Stanley will go: to Hot SpringsVa. -One of our Jensen readers wrlteius of what you have, to L. It. Benjamin,,, have not legally'' bound, themselvesto constantly found an Aladdin) I a'' :;
., to spend some time at Sir. H'ret : 'it clime as a suprlse to learn In last t
r duties on the Board this week. Hanoverton, O. pay a three-mlll school tai, H* they his genii of the I ,
hutel tc Mr. D.. only to summon
:Hterrv's palatial ere returning week's ADVOCATE:, ihat Joseph wantedto t
The little Misses Fannie and Doroth; New York city. Rabner, the popular and genial passenger -Mr. and Mrs. Jas. R. Pomeroy, ol merely voted a* to whether they make the sand turn Into a t "t' ,

te, who have been visiting their! agent of the 1'. E. C Hallway, wai Fort' Pierre, arrived at the Indian Itlvei pity A three or eight-mill tax. -and not the; |>ebbl on the beach become l' 'f 't >
-The many friends of Mrs. R. F whether they should pay no extra .pedal New York Town Topics Mr. ; ',1'tl I
(parents[( Captain and Mrs. Jamei about to be married. When it conies U hotel, Titusville, on Wednesday, Theyare my*
chard, left here, Saturday last, formi. : ..Tone, wife of the Cocoa agent of the F. good reliable and up-to-date news, thepeople on the grading committee In connection tax. Mr. George M. J to thins will\ ler'i latest plan Is the final act In \ "a 11 I ,

i'anDie will probably return tiville < E. C. H,., will very much regret to lean. In this prosperous and moneymaking with the teachers' ,examination argue the case before Judge M.S: Jones. roloptnent of the East Const, 1\1' '! It

in a few weeks.Mrs. that alto died of typhoid fever last Friday section\ say the pink paper always which Is being hold In Tltusvlllo this -Mr, (I. H Baughman Washington amt the F. K. C. Railway U to t .

morning, after nn Illness\ of about gets there. Better move down week. D. 0.! who has been In Tllusvllle tended to Capo Sable, the "'.t,
A..L. Shuler mother Mrs. C. mother Mrs. Wm. Tearhen "
two weeks. Her of Florida.From .
for several weeks, will\ leave!' In a few points I
Jefferson of Hobe Sound Fla. and here, Mr. Walton -Mr. J. A. Collins U In receipt of a ; a
; was with her from the beginning 01 fur New York via Clyde: Cape Sable: line of
Iwlch, Mass., who has made Orrnoni her illness Her husband and two children FURNITURE SOLD DIRECT TO CON letter from Mr. Frank Matthew., formerly days Line or route no home tie will probably run, which will ha of sufficient i 1,4to q

home for several winters, left 01 -a boy of 11 yean and a little girl suruers at wholesale prices for cash of Titusville\ but who Is now with the return, en to Hockled eln a couple of months take on board a number of Land \

lay, night for Hendersonville, N. C.will ., of 4 years-survive her. Mr. Teahen We issue separate folders for each of Dana Thompson Carnival 1 Co at Tip ton. The agent st'l'ltusvllla Is. them to Havana. l' J
Clyde
ur so
\ spend the summer'In the mount arrived at Cocoa on Fi'Iday, and the remains furniture carried In stock. Write for Ind. Mr. Matthews reports that the alllnir quite number of tickets to those thence through Cuba to any ) ) "

fur a decided change. of deceased were interred at the a folder of the kind of goods you wish, : tour of this company has carried him who are anxious to travel over thl.. pop tweeD: Havana. and Santiago. I ;

i. as as often said the newspaper Cocoa cemetery on Saturday, a Urge name price limit, and we will do the through most all of the Central States afar line.KURNITURK. from Cape Sable to Havana. \ '1 N
,
n Index of a town's condition, then concourse of friends following the bodyto rest. Chadwlck-Swalm Furniture Company :. -SIlss Louise Brown, daughter of Mr. node In Ivk* than. ten hour J:
the 15-17-19 21 and :21: West Forsyth Titusville $OLD DIIt1 C'l' TO CON. Associated with Mr. "'la ler '
unlak U enjoying much prosperity, grave: f add MI'.. Wm. M. Brown, of I ', N
Florida. Refer at wholesale price for cah. ;
Jacksonville sumer I Serono
)Ir.
Street, rllllant enterprise
ulicnted reader and Miami a enjoyable party
by the advertising column ADVOCATE: gave very
letter from an
-A each kind
for
lie ence, National, ; Bank, of Jacksonville, Wednesday evening. It was given: In We Issue separate foldei fhls remarkable undertaking I.I I I
filled U.
lively Breeze which are "Mr.I Wade nn
in Tallahassee, says : of furniture carried In stock. Writ I'
permission aug2tjMr. ; : made publlo for Ibe first time,
by Wood
honor of her friend, :Miss Ruth
announcements of the town's marta Mr. Robt.
Jones Is vigorously I opposing for a folder of the kind of goods detail have all been ". ?. ,t
and for size and method of writ McNamee's measure concerning the Inspection -?: F J. Reid, of St. Augustine, arrived ward, of DoLand.! There were quite wish, name price limit, and l we will rOil the be of lei I,
will matter
would be creditable in a large city, of nwailltorea, which, accord In Titusville, Monday, to join hlwife .. Dumber of young. folks present, and they the rest. Clmdwlck-Swalm Furniture" validation a I All .
prosperous merchants advertise.- Is inlmicable who has been visiting her Informed the ADVOOATB editor they had a i year. '
ing to his judgment, very Company) 17-10-21: and 2:1: West For" The Ai cATB'S Dada county
Mr.llodIIra. >w>
City Index. to the Interests of Florida, us It would Ur. and !Mrs W.i Norwood. bad a glorious time.Writing yth Street, Jacksonville, Florida hould Cape .

ITUItE SOLD DIRECT TO CON raise the rates to Inspect n"vallltore8 at Reid 1 lett, Wednesday, for St. Augiistlne \ us from Delaware, Ohio, Reference, National liank of Jackson hlcli keep wa have an eye previously upon \I !\

mars at wholesale prices for cash, Florida ports, from the present rates of \ and from the Ancient City they Judge J. U. Van Deman, president of vllle. by permission aug-28 he columns' of the pink paper. A ;y Ji
six cents barrel for resin, and nine will(0/ to Hendersonvllle, N. C, Mr. National Hank : Ml'l ase. "
issue per the: First says 1'
separate foldeis for each kind which Is of the popular pailor I -A. will\ be seen by reference to our ro the wise Is sulllclent. '
cents barrel for turpentine, Reltl-who[ tine Ind check for 11.51), subscription for I'I
furniture per
carried In stock. \VI'iter wlli my 8th West Palm Uem-li; la I going to -- I t '
the same as the Savannah rates; and :Conductors on the 1". E. C. Railway- IDOX; Since I have built winter home I page,
a loldor are
of the kind of good you of Hendersonvllle! while celebrate the \Fourth of July In up-to
result his wife at CHURCH NOTICES
.h. the tendency and probably eave at liockledge, I read the newsy ADVOJATJC 11 t
name limit will due
and
price we j :
rest. which woulo be to do away with all\ advantages le pays a visit to Boston. with more Interest than ever. It date style; and to assist In making It a :
Chad Furniture '
wlck-walm ha I
Co.
for grand success, the F. K. U. Ky.
mpany. 15-17-10 21 and:23 West For- possessed by Florida ports and to -Mr. T. J. Shaves of Eau Oallie\ so- .ells me all the news; and what better, made special rate of one cent a mile There will\ bit preaching the !

tb Mreet. Jack odvllle, Florida the shipment of naval stores Savannah.Mr. companIed by his charming daughters, .elU. It correctly, so that one can rely each way from all points. between Tltusvllla dist. church, Titusville, next
'wnce. National\ Bank of Jackson. force the business back to Walles lilies Stella Shaves and Miss Mat tie Hay. upon It, which you know Is not always and Miami. The committee prom morning and evening. Everyone

e. by permission. aug-2Lt Jones Is also busy on the i nan and two soon. Tom and Leo and he case In journalism. We hope to"see l 1114I to have plenty thing/ on hand to dlally Invited] to attend ': r
down this fall -
;Jai sir. F. C. Powell came to Titusville you wheO we come all-comers and 1 WA understand Archdeacon H. F. Brown will
lira .
please ,
Geo. 5I. Bobbins a m.Mrs until Deman l Is one of Delaware'sBoat f t
: very Van
Fudge F
gave the and stayed '
who Brent afternoon
)awe 'blldren's. her reef C. B. Jefferson, Tuesday and residents. thin will be one of the grandest events vine service on Sunday next. I'
party at home at morning when they departd .- prominent wealthy -
o \in youth" reason at her beautiful winter Vednesday ever known at West Palm Beach Sunday, In St. Mirk'a church, (; ;
Titusville last the paid
evening. month Sanford. They were on the way and we appreciate compliment
or so
for Gabriel'
and latterly a > I 11 and In St. _
Sound a. m
e was large attendance and danced Hobe several of whom are Walter I.. Moore of New York ,
Mr. ,
Shaves ,
Ormond and her sister, the popular to Seville, Fla., where Mr. T. J. 'our correspondents tusvllU\ at 7SO: p. m. Subject of :
at
In other with amusements aRe Hiss Carey, sailed for New York on the jr., was married to Miss Florence E. ladles of ability and culture. passed through Titusville, yesterday, en The Holy Trinity, Also, evening ,
considerable fervor. Palm Beach where he wa I
menu .lyde steamer" rapaboe on Wednesday ;;auney, of that place, Wednesday e..enInlt. House Bill No. 4KS-A< bill to be en- route to Went and lecture In fig Gabriel'.*
were plentifully supplied. York Mrs. Jeffer- June 3d. TbeV will\ return to Eau the of suddenly called owing to the death of at 7.30 m.
all I After a week In New Itled an act to reuulate catching tusville, Wednesday, p
selves l present-young and old-- njoyed will accompany her husband to their I lallie to-day. The ADVOCATE: extendsongratulations 1Kb In the rit. J Lucle River, In the cnun his father, Mr r It. B. Moore, one of the /
Ion Worth. Mr.
Lake
Immensely. Mark settler. '
Masters
oldest on
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the couple.
Sand- to
at
young
Roosf and Dade State of Kloria
"The llrevard -
lea of
and\5yl RobblDs* Wager and Kufnn and mminer irlch Mass.home, on, Cape Cod, where the to define the limit In which fishing Moore died on Tuesday morning, hi* age ORANGE GROWERS I t '
owned theDataware
He -
and the Misses LouiseD 74 formerly
Annie Jones' Ethel Wilson and U>V:,CAI K: follows. This pretty, quaint, ; Special Sale For One Week.All hall be prohibited on the 8t. Lucie Klv- being years cottage close to the Royal MIMS FLA., June 9 : d '
about eight
kle' :Stewart participated In a cake >ld New England village Is home of er Inlet by land marks, and to provide Polnciana, which ha and Mr*. Moor To the orange grower of '
the
Buzzaid's Bay, the violation thereof, wall&akea '
and the boy won a watermelon mlle from whole-souled actor Misses and Children's white springeel p enalty for old to Mr. Henry M. Flagler. Deceased county:-Th ro will be a meeting '
and read
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Thnr a wend
and day
I'M' Annie Jones hat far-famed up last leave wife thr.BOna and three dsugh- Friday evening, ,t
'fhe a fancy cake bask- Jefferson, who spends his Oxfords one-fifth less than regular time In full. Mr. Wad H. Jones a orange growers
ira \j judges, were Mr. C. II. Walton "inters epb at Palm Beach. Mr. and Mrs. rices. Regular; lOo white lawn 7o. of Brevard, moved that the rules be fur ,Mrs to mourn hi* lo**. at ion: p. m., to organize white an ;
the
S. to exterminate lly. t treqD..ted t4
Branning. 123. Shoes Dry
will\
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Fefferson's many East Coast friends All I.'MJ Figured Plqne her waived, and that House Bill No. to attend. I

anxlou.lylook for their return to lobe roods, Furniture. Qfi be read a third time, which was Uray/ng./ PHILIP W. .i ,

Wagons! for pale.h sound in November. C.! A. OAKDMBR: Tltosvllle, .-1.. greed to by a two-third vote; and itras 4' "' 1 '
"
read a third time. Upon a call of Draylng or hauling '.f all I Ind promptly

have the roll on the passage; of the bill, the attended to. Meets all train.. liusl Accordion Plaiting:,
n of of Charter. IlarneM for Sale.
1 tire 1 and 3-ID h one-hhorn Notice of Amendment hales, Wagon ota was: Yeas, 44; Nay., none Ho the Den promptly attended to. t

hat can be delivered wag. that the East -of Draft Moles bllt passed ; title a* stated, and warn oreyed W. M. KNOLISK, TltusvilU. Any width up to 44 Inch**. 1 r t
at onca. given heavy team ,
Notice U hereby Large, certified to the !Senate. skirt plaited. Clara F." Rich, 231
R. K Mmes, JR., Joast; Lumber and Supply, Company lo- Vagon; and Harnssa. Same can be seen Winterp lu..1 Jacksonville, Kla. i'
Titusville, Fla. end to apply to the Governor of the OD place five mile. north of Ban Otlllc; Home for Hale. 1

of }' the First day of or address, S. B. WHITACRK:, Hear For Hale. -

Shedding Material. fly State, 1903, foraothodty to amend article U Eau Oallie, Fla. A nice, little winter horn for sale; 11 Land For Sale.

Its Charter so that the same bill acre, small 3-room cottage: 2W orange -

are prepared-*.f nrnl'h two million VI ot : "Th highest amount Are You Going North ? For sale a Florida Bear, about two aDd grapefruit trees, 130 bearing; IIO"plDe.pple \) 12,000: acre of the' Hanson" '
which the St. Lucia River
nth for /EdebtedneM or liability to ear' old. Very gentle. Owner baa no under good, cypress abed ; fronting ,
Pineapple Bh d.. AlsosizedclzLumber "
Galvanized Nalla and orporatlon can at any time subject It- Get tickets over the Clyde Liner time to look after It, and will\ sell at a Japan per.lmmon., rnaoRoea guava East Coast Railroad running 4 }
theuthorired
of your choice
Good A
the amount nd other frnlt. water protection.
reo elf shall not exceed from Jacksonville. to New York. MuonabU price. Address, property.C. ItVCKMAK ; ;
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r Aodresa Box 6,
l are the lowest. Write u. capital. CHAS..II. WALTON, Agent, F. M. WOOTCJT, Jacksonville ?
Fla. ,
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shooters. In the pines.. Forrest ball been
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G- caught before by ambush and decided 8.
8E"ATOR8
FORTIETH to take this with a rush. With a dash J. P. fallarerro... .. .. .
ANNIVERSARY be cleared the barricade: and rode on so S. R. Mallory. . ". .. ,1...._-._".

COL. STREIGHT'SIII WAR STORY rapidly that the sharpshooter had little U. B COxORES8nEY: Pony,
I Robert W. .
time to ply their shots. Firing their l1aYI8. .
S. M.Sparkno.Wm. .. .. PW
J carbines and pistols right and left, tbe H. Lftiuar: .. :: TC

+ AP STARRED RAID Confederate troopers dashed for the U. 8. LAX; O'FI'E, ,,;. *"IU*:!

alf ? second line beyond the Held. This H. B. (Chubb . ., .. .
Kt W.l Robinson Hfflu,
charge also carried home, and the line !
y 1863l l Ontcen at Gainesville; ; 'I"rlda| <* "i
gave way.Finding FLORIDA
-- LEGl81.ATIRE'E.
:
t : --- that Ptrelgbt's men were still : N. Dimick, J'alm Reach,
bead of bin command and a
,I\ .,'or (Copyright.( 1903. .if O I* KllmerjI'ltl1. young up at the farm girl of the region offered to undaunted and ready to dispute tbe 71 t s W. H. Jones TltUHVille .. R'I'1'IIeoIot; !,>ar

, ::: l.:14la.: ; Colonel A. D. 'l'b..lmM'tu. road at every point. Forrest Bounded EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT: ,
ford
lead him to a near by.
Wm. B.JennltiKR, .
KtivlKut Hot out from Moulton.Ala. the recall and allowed bill weary troopers H. .... :
one warrior took the fair guide up on Clay Crawford. : >'
.. '. .,A ., on hilt famous ride through Ills saddle and hurried toward the river a night's rest Strelght took advantage Y'e W. V. Knott. .. .. Secretary
lames B. .. "
WliltHeld .
.
which out ;
set
" AlAliiiuiu ana Georgia but coming tinder the fire of the of the lull and stealthily :f''i':\' Shea? .. . .Sllilt. 1'lIblle ALGmald.
;, hud fur ll," sequel l the rPDlli rka.I u__ ___ for Rome in the path of the detachment MOCLIn. .... CmuuiiasfoiierANda Ina : ..
i . '
the At the Almi "
from Libby prison, sent to seize bridge. '
ble tunnel escape ( J. Clliror R. 'Fouler taO ''n+dk
I Klchmond, a few months. later. Cooso he found that the citizens bud John adford,. . '" Adj.' ::
! .d Btrelgnt's raldlntf force D\IIIII'rE'lll.700 run off the ferryboat after bIB advance s R. E. Rose....... .. .. .. .. ..". Surrelar-0ey Slate .
OmcesatTallahiwuee
.
r men pad was composed of his awn regiment guard crossed! and he was compelled to Florida.,
Indiana the Sev. another crossing seven miles' SUPREME COT-RT "it'DOES
r the Fifty-Brut ; march to M. H. Mabry... .. .. .. ( ,
1 ;,:,, enty-third Indiana, Tlilrd Ohio. Eightieth distant This unfortunate detour gave F. Lt. Carter. .. .. '"."ela'hl I JIIII''"
; :!N Illinois and two companies of the Forrest time! to cross tbejlver! and get S. F. Taylor.. . -, e ,'.

First Tennessee cavalry. The infantrymen I f 1T between the raTdera"and( Rome. aFEvery RAILROAD COMMlSSlONtRS: ::

;. were mounti-d on mules for the At last became\ clear to Strelght and Jefferson( D. Browne, clialrmnn.
Hudson Burr. .. .. i..IjSZ"'
' I. most part young, unbroken and very his officers that the situation was ties- J.M.IIryan,. .. .. .- K1,..I iHl"
wild. perute. The men were worn out Dud R. C. Dunn, clerk 8,811,' "
t' '
bfwa of the mules HeatlquartorH and olllee'K M rillabwmrk'. :.: '
k ,XJx> orders to the raiding chief directed slept as they rode. Many
t him to penetrate the eiiemy'a were foofaofe, and the soldiers were CIRCUIT conn.i i:
decided to Minor B. Jones, Tltiisvllle. < |
and walk. It was flreultJn
the interior of Alabama obliged to { *
lines to J. J) JleRKB, Orlando .I'r"eett'"IIK+ ,
I I Georgia and destroy the railroads struggle on and If possible overtake the '" Hprlotfterm-Foiirtli III"IIRIII April"" "

,. which carried supplies and munitionsto detachment sent on ahead but ou the ........ :Vail r rm-Fourtli Mon.liu In' NinenjiiirBREVARD .

Confederate iirmy under General morning of tho third day of this running CUt MY 'I."IIT.( I
the
middle the whole command sank under A. n. Penney.... .. .. l'ollntyJao\n
In \
fight
Bragg then operating : .. .. .
(lauhloll
II L. rr+>NecutingAtmrN.
Tenne He-e. It was hoped by the planners hunger and fatigue and the leader V .mother possesses information of vital value to her young A. A. Stewart.t ('oumyUen

, that this raid would put an end reluctantly ordered them to rest daughter. That daughter w a precious legacy, and the responsibility Spring Term-Senmid,Mi.mlav, in May,

, to IlriiRK's campaign as. effectually on I Forrest after resting hU men on the for her future is largely in the hands of the mother. 'The mysterious Hummer Fall Term-Second Term-Second Monilaj Momlu In)'NoxmuKT In AUK! *

; ;,; ; the work of Forrest and Van Dorn had late battlefield,had selected BOO of the change that develops the thoughtless girl into the thoughtful woman Winter Term Second Monday in .'ebnW'COUNTY '

yl.. thwarted Grunt's. overland campaign best and hurried on the track of the should find the mother on the watch day and night. As she cares for SCHOOL 1IOAKD

l;, against Vlcksburg in December 11:1<1.1.: raiders: He found them In their biv the physical well-being .of her daughter, so will the woman be and her R. E. Minis Superintendent, ll nivnti>
raids In the enemy'sroar ouac and quickly divided his force to children also. Members J. M. Dixon tlialrtnun.Titturii
Just at the time R.NAndrewsCoooa: ; J K tultz.Hpnmblu'
" were tho Federal order of the day.Stonemun's surround them. Htrelght:! at once formed When a young girl's thoughts become sluggish, when she .experiences COUNTY COMSIISSIOM.RS: :
similar ..I his line, but some of his m*n droPPI..1asleep headaches dizziness faintness and exhibits ,
,. i; cavalry was on a an abnormal disposition J. R. Walker, < chairman lltutmiltt lob'
, errand In Virginia behind the army of while under fire of the Confederate to sleep, pains in the back and lower limbs eyes dim, desire for Mlot Indlitnola) K. A. C'onklliiK. Tllh.lih'Jo. ; .

/. Lee, then stationed at Fredericksburg, skirmishers. Both leaders sent solitude, and a dislike for the society of other girls, when she is' a mystery C.sessions Julius,are herd{: d. )0'.. Hull Mondnv, \\lilu in i each< It,,),.mono Rm

i '.. and Grlerson was riding over the country out a flag of truce and Strelght offered to herself and friends,then the mother should go to her aid promptly.At HREVARD COUV' i It'Fn'ER9.. :

, ,\ I behind the defenders of Vicksburg. to surrender if Forrest would show such a time the greatest aid to nature is Lydia E. 1'Inkltum'sVegetable A. I>. Penney, Tltn vllle;. .. c"nm> JuibD.

I In order to inutile Strelght's movement that he had JR superior force on the / Coin pound. It prepares the YQung system for the coming A.. L.A.QauliUin Stewart,,Tltusvllle Tltusvllle.;. Cuumrftn 1'1''' iu,

; from the eagle eye of Forrest a ground. This'Forrest declined to do. change, and ia the surest reliance in this hour of trial J. F. Woolen, Cocoa. .. Tax AIM-
; heavy column of Federals, marching! but in answer to the question as to E. W. Hull.Tltusvllle, .. 'raxco olki.
.
John Henry, Tltusvllle Tutu,
from luka. Miss., eastward made a how many guns bo had replied. of R. E. Minis Konaventure Hiipt" l'hb.1 IKJ.
,: feint upon Tuscuiubln. But Forrest "Enough to destroy your command In Case a New York Girl of Interest:(: *>. Krto Tl'iisvllle 111111I180"( ) )-
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however decided J. I'. Brown Tllusvllle,. 811011'
!'I was too clever to btt thrown off the thirty minutes. Strelght. W S. Norwood TltUHVille Hot, iHinitlnnTITUSVILLfc !
trail. lie was a raider himself with J to figbt'a 1111 turned back to his to Every Mother and Daughter TOWN conllLn.
sustain. Streight's tlrst! I-B _c .W ">y v I"TIIEy'VB com mil nd. Ills officers Insisted upon I
to
a reputation A. Front, mayor; Van VtnrU'mnnliilii
long halt was at Day's Gap, in Sand ONLY WOUNDED MY CRINOLINE I"sharpshooters surrender and thus" ended the grtnraid. > in the Land. tax coil 1 -etnrt: R. I ii., Minis,.jr.. <"''irl; and tm I
.
Strelgbt eventually escaped frost urer; Jnuu Henry tax is ei Kiir; ,1 I. Rids'
mountain, and when bill rear guard dismounted and asked K. A. Hun-nan, L. A.Itrndy, 1'.1 ILImulrarrnthHiN .
marched through the pass it was at- Libby tbrough.ii tunnel. DXAD Jinn. rnrftnAM I I hope you will publish this letter, for I want all ( onnptlnifn, Tho i illicit .tar
J
the girl to follow and point out the OEonan r.. KU.MKI. mothers to know how much good your medicine! did my young daughter.. Her first Tuesday In each monlb.
p, tacked by Forrest way. Suddenly several shots were health broke down about six months ago, and although she is large for her TITU8VILLK BOARD OK THAI)li.O. !.

Bt'relgut prepared to give Forrest a fired and the brave miss, who was When you want a pleasant physic try age I did not understand what was wrong with her ;f the doctor did not, either, M. Robbins preHldvnt ; .1.I M. IMxon, trn I
taste of his own favorite game. When for he treated her for her heart which her rarer J. O. Beet. HPt-retarv Mp'I' -wnnclnosda R.,
Emma Hanson stepped! In front of For Chamberlain's Stomach And Liver Tab pained a good deal ; but he did not .
tliFlrnmini.
month at
the rear was attacked, the head of tho rest, saying: "General, stand behind lets. They are easy to take nod pleasant do her any good, and we were afraid heart trouble would carry her off. Every } night, In each ACCfclTfcl MASOM.

;; column had reached the other side of me. They will not dare shoot me." In effect Bold by all druggists and medIcine day.she kept getting wh'ter! and thinner. She had no appetite, and she sat JRKK River: AND ledge, So.110. holds' lUmttili
Indian
I )" tbe mountain. The line came to a halt I Forrest prevailed upon the girl toke dealers. around without any ambition, and was always too tired to do anything. All the second and fourth FnilH Ktpnliiin of .a!
and faced about with one flank restIng but she said night long she would mou.nln her sleep, as though in terrible pain. month at their ledge room Inilinn, \Itlvnnxr.
buck out of \ ,
range .... WI
p I larrmlwn
"'I/ other upon I felt terribly discouraged I was spending for doctor's bills at Tit u'oiork p III. J.
upon a ravine and the "You may be .wounded, and It is my LATE PLANTED LILIES. ? ; money F. A. Morgan Soo'y.
marshy creek. All the roads lending right along, but she was receiving no help. At that time I was taking Lydia. ST\R
a Finally ORDER OF EASTERN
to near '
purpose keep! you. lu. Ftnkham
.. in from the right, left and front were found the ford and while Forrestwas December. Potllnir Ilea Given. Fine Vegetable/ Compound and I read In one of your books Friendship Chapter No. II, holds it.mwtl! ,
they about I
decided
girls. to the doctor and
young drop her '
and two twelve Bloom of Lomtlnoram For K aster. give your medicine. In the Masonic. Ixiilore room. Tltnn Illc. am I
strongly guarded examining It the elulrpshoteriiopened I wish you could see the change In her, and the pink cheeks Lydia E. 1'lnk- first Tuesday in each month ar.tOu'cluckp.: :: .
I, pounder mountain howitzers placed In lire, and several bullets cut the Lily growers of large experiencehave liam Vegetable/ Compound has given her. She:! had taken but half a and the thud riiesdayIn each month ui I ,

'. tbe center ou the road. The Tennessee bushes. close at hand, one or two actually come to the conclusion generallythat bottle when menstruation started again and her heart trouble 'Went away like o'clock lodge p.I m.Mrs.The II.tllnwingaretheaannthe R Wllium I| ,wortliv mitm

cavalry! acting us a rear guard, was \ piercing the girl's! spreading skirts. longlllorum bulbs received from magic. I had her continue the medicine, and now she is fa.t, rosy" and perfectly Mr. J. L;. Carrutbcrs, worthy imtinii. Mwk+ >- "'

Instructed to fall buck before the ene "They've only wounded my crinoline! abroad and planted late-that IB, up to healthy. Menstruation Is regular; and painless, and I owe my thanks Stewart As". Matron. ; Dixon]MrsHecrewrv M. Treasurer. A.Ic.lml"'J! Nr' ,
N
,;, my's atl.-Huca and pass through the said she, waving! her sunbonnet defiantly the middle of November least give to you and to your wonderful medicine for her good health.".Mas. MAKOAHIC: Junes' Kline; Mr., OuiiluutrvM J. ; MI.iinlleH, ""

11 line of battle at tho Federals across the ravine. just us good results as do those plantedin PIIUI.A.N 673 Tenth Avenue :New York City. A .u. 4'inn'H.' ; Mrs ( eo. W. ae.".bre.0,1ii)1.11001000 i ,
limb. Mr 'I.
r..1. r rrtither ; ;
'.' fltrelght's arrangement was hardly Instantly the sharpshooters stopped September or early lit October liven .:.therl Ir.. .'. A. "rirun \I.rllml1..iII
'{1 completed when Forrest's brother, firing took their own cups In band as lute as the first part of )December SPECIAL ADVICE TO YOUNG WOMEN FltEE. .VHniM, Kertii: ) Mrs John H W MrI.ilker.I 1'.N'ink'T. ,

CupUiluV.. II. Forrest, charged the and waved them with three hearty 11I\1111'O"Pllll practicable time tor planting From her vast experience in treating; fcmulo Ills' extending: ;; more Mr. K., Seu'A. >11I"1 li>ritan; !II,r.t I liuflali h"8.\ H IV .II"I.. J.

it, TennesHeeans who promptly gave way clieerH.Forrest's. for Easter crop, hut this let! nut advised. over 2O years, 3Irs. Piiikliam has rained u knowledge which Is of

'" and were followed Into then/ I) by delay at the ford gave Cue of the largest; growers of untold value to every ailing young/ woman. Her advice never falls :

their assailants. Then the whole .Fed Strclght time to reach the town of lilies fur the New York. market states! to help. If you need "such' help write lu'r. Avldrexn Lynn, 5l.iss Some "ItcilllOffer :

eral'line arose frbm their hiding and Gadtulen and destroy the stores. andsupplies that during the lust few years be has

poured a rapid (Ire upon Forrest's and to capture fresh horses! found that the second shipment! of A medicine that has restored so many women to health and can The Fl'ilda Fruit and, Titiek fin"'

I. ,.,'. ranks Two Confederate guns opened for his men. The raider hoped to reach Japan\ I bulbs\ mute Into bloom at the produce proof of the fact must be regarded with report.' : This i.* the the new monthly |..uiutl. ".InnnmP1'lly '

' tome and destroy' the bridge behind same time and Just as full as those record of Lydia 13.IMiikluuir Vesretxl/ ) ConrvMiu I, which< : cannot. lo lu.. itil,,, eats "i 'iJ.!>' "1"1 I ,I ,1ud *-

t C Colonel his column so that Forrest would: be of the first' shipment. be equalled by any other medicine the world hm ever produced. ptabl" glowers of i lie .">'?!."... '". I I'ibm', ''

' : ously, but was quickly repulsed. Iur.r butiled his. pursuit A detachment\ of William II. tSk'brecht says: "Miles' It \is well to remember these facts when sumo drirjixt tries to get at Ooab.111 #\ 1 a year. Mix sinuln'i"11'Fi m..ulli III>

, rest's guns were within 300 yards of :LIKt) men of the Fifty-first Indiana rode need a certain amount of rest, us do you to buy something which he says is "just a'i good. That is ilnjsa snliHcrlMton>r a limited\ will l lin.u>>e "'a'nl In nelV'umcers ;

!r the Federal center, and Strelght sent WIlY to seize the bridge at Home, and other bulbs and if not given suHUIcntrenting Bible, as no. other medicine has such n record of cures as Lydla, E. I for a3: cunfs. Or b..rh tin Fruit II

the Third Ohio and Eighteenth Illinois Strelght disposed the remainder of his / time I before being put Into forcing 1''lnf Vam V.sretable" Compound ; so do experiment with, untried 'Truck Grower and bemi-Wt'ekly

, forward to charge tho routed enemy force In ambush. upon Itlouut's plnntatlou. tenipt'ratuie they will make a weak medicines, but insist upon the one you know I 11' be..-t. Union for '1 2.'1. Oi wt i h tin (rbllet'

: ": and capture their artillery. The At that point the road ran half a stem and will take actually longer to Week .OIld. of N. yo; Y-n k. l bnlh ClDel'
, the horses at the tulle dense of come Into flower than when planted FORFEIT lfws eannot forthwith prnrtuoe the letter and slpatltle Of :
raldcri.shot down through; u growth young $5000 .bur, testimonial which wlU IM mV'non"' for$I I.:! '.
prove absolute ,. OcaM"
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; Confederate guns and these were pines' then turned sharply to tile right later and given' u more natural start, Lydia F.. I lnkh.fi r-.,.. T .,,?, Mass.r L. J. BKUMHY, Pub

1 abandoned with their culHsous, together through un open field From n certain lot of bulbs potted In .--- ,
to Into ----- -
wounded and nearly us road the September wore taken the .. .
; with forty Ktreltiht' barricaded the nt -.cIIIa -
many dead troopers. bond compelling! Id* pursuers to turn house In November: and part In December. r Official House Fisherman's Aswei' .itl..n
Supply of The Illinois
The hitter Into bloom earlier __
I I It was nearly midday when the Confederates Into die Held.. ]Ilehlnd\ a ridge he con- CAme r I
j drew oil from the fight. ivult'd "ilK" 111 '!' "t'lil I ported hiv "ht-, and better than the first" AI HO. Iniltmpottid .
t BtrvtRlit surmised from the boldness of hi the end! of Iktrmber anil\ CD I The Chicago Net and Twine To.Maiiufiictiirois .

it! the attack that lie had Forrest to cope put 1'ito the ureenlioiiHt' Immediately :
; iloouird[ for Easter and with 11""," i -: ofI -
I with and expected: the next blow upon THE FIRSTBORN.Why d'E .,
, his front. Posting a strong guard in the number. of ueiik hawses' than came ou
f In with the main body the hove I uiPntlovedoveudier' I ; lot. r $,
pushed on
gap. 1 '
i is it that the firstborn child In HO The biitlis, were till of the inane size. i( .d I I ::
miles from the buttleQeld.
crossroad six -
I to a often the healthiest of a family of children () 11 ... I! JJ '
Ii For om.I'orrest was mill led. dots nut always follow that the mull :: :.
i ; not f The reason seems to suggest itself who plants' first w Ill get the first flow Viz ; i : Two of his regiments were up yet. ( As child follows child the mother \ I
i and he waited for their help to dislodge bill less and less vitality ; often not era al.bought: there me !growerslio ( 0= I
.; the enemy from the gap and con. enough for herself and none, therefore, scent to think mi.-" nlng.L I S" 0OJ :.:I I I .
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for her child.Expectant. I:: bi 'I =

:skirmish mothers who use Doctor >uni..* SiiitKOtlon.A ( ""
Pierce'* Favorite Prescription melnmlioly author; went to Dumus :. na -
; regiments, with guns find that it and moaned that If he did not raise 300
IFISHING cnptlon J
: NETS De
forward only to encounter n thin .klr1 cz i' c and Netting of Every
keeps them in vigorous trines he was afraid he would have to '
mish line of Federals who galloped health. They eat charcoal smoke himself and bill two i> ? I I'filers In Seine Twine, Maitre Cord, Rope, K"'

tt away without tiring a return shot. well, sleep well and : 4V Originators of Wholesale Prices direct to the Fishermen.
l }:e Strelght had rightly judged Forrest's are not nervous children. Dumas rummaged bill coffers .J 7IMI.M I K Indiana si. dm aa'' '. '"

tactics for ho was soon assailed' oti the When advent baby is comes its francs.at once"(hit, I but must could have only 300'find or I and:2OO ro : I __,!....-.- ... vfentlon" The ADVOCATE: In your letter... __'
flank by Forrest's advance guard. Hiding practically
the little ones lost. g'3 y* T" M"rnr.ersoTnie' r'Miot-m.-n'H .kss.'CI' ..111.' _
I rapidly on. he selected the next battleground painless, and the are "Suppose you I 5. tlllnofs -
i mother made suffocate and 0 1i "
is happy only yourself cue of "
at tho crysstug! of Crookedrreek. by the birth of a them then. said Dumas. U) ....., ::S "' .I .
,
in another mountain pans. The healthy child. If 0 bj : -- -

' {'lIptun'llIIIUIJ, with the mountain liovv- would be a healthy you I C1) ( g S. 0 !. OS3.A.s.: : :: 1=3 Z. T-r: nv/r < ; CO
stationed to the mini.Aa His Last Hope Realized IMalyE2 .
;( Users, were cover mother of healthy I ., .y.. Ct" FAA'x' .
( hour before sundown Forrest came children use "Favorite [From the Sentinel, Gebo, Mont. | 4) 817. A its w. Ray st., JACKSONVILLE.
, on at the head of three regiments and 1 Prescription.: I
In the first opening of Oklahoma to "
rode to within hundred yards of "I will be very glad to U) G f 9for
" lip snv few wonlii lor Dr.Pirrcc'l settlers In I$$\), the edtor of this paper .r =
Ktrelght's !lluu.I For three hour the Favorite Pr"rlpII. was among the many seekers after forr m ..
rotutMit, rngiHl so dune] that at times the on," write Mra. P. a.IXnii tune who made the big rare one fine dayIn d ta F FULL
! flnnhei of rurbtne and pistol Illumlnnt- Bronie Co., Quebec **l>ur- ) April. Daring his traveling about and| s.I i
, eel the features of the combatants. with tog the nrnl four month, afterwards his camping upon his claim 0B

I n ghastly glare. when bediming 1 luoketi a mother forward I >uAfrrett to lie encountered much bad water, which ,5, o j S5'Q = 5I
EXPP
with the hima r
heat
, Again Strelght pulled out his main very much from n uea together severe gave 4 EXPRESS
nod vontitina. and I
severe diarrhoea which seemed! CDO"'f o'
column leaving the puss to be held by felt m terribly lick I could almost very and W r I'' PREPAID PaEPA
Impossible to check along In
carccly ,nt or drink .OTIhinjf I
! -
n handful. The captured guns gating : I hated all kinilni Tune the case became so bad he ex pec t- >
litH-oiue u "'I\'It'".. bimk-ti because the of lood. AI this time l to die. One day one of oia neighbors: K' L'le $3.9? $44
i" nmmiiiiltlon Httln them had all been wrote Favorite to Dr Preeuription'Pierce anil and he s told bottle m
j I fired back at Its original owners were ) .....,. 1J1.r).' J.ot. bottle of .each and icrlaln's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea S

I spiked I and I left liehtml. Twice during better when,I and hud wben taken I them had taken a few. hardly dar, I three felt much parta temedy as a last bope. A big dose was '< a.-

Pie night retreat Forrest's advance was of each bottle I felt well and could eat a. well. !lInn him while he was rolling about on
I ambushed and next morning Strelglit any one and could do my work: without any the ground ia great agony, and In a few I
, .. trouble (I could ant do anything before. I Belwere minutes the dose The
repeated.
lined up his column for battle at thankful to Dr. Pierce for hia medicine. was Doz
and I tell all who tell me they are tick" to get. !rood effect of the medicine ww soon no Q $450 f
Bloutsvllle. Forrest failed to come
, up. I IU these metlicinea write to Or. Pi.....,..* Uced and within an hour the patient was $ a
and the raiders pushed on across the I Those who suffer from chronic diseases taking his first sound sleep for a fort- 8'0t4 ...
, Black Warrior river where the rear are invited to consult Dr. Pierce.: night. That one little bottle worked a .;

. snarl engaged the pursuers in a lively by letter, /ret. All correspondence: : complete cure, and b. cannot help but : a z I2 QtS 110d
: IIklrmli1h. strictly private. Address Dr. R. V. eel{ grateful. The season for bowel disorders 19 : '

After crossing the stream Strelgutt Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y. being at hand suggests this Item. Jj ODD

!"*troyed the bridge and posted sharp- Dr. Ficrcc's: Pleasant Pellet cure bil For sale by all druggists and medicine J I I
iouauesa and tick headacae dealers.
WvlljFlll.lllilpg.tJ bluH.; Forrest rode _. Agents the Pabst Brewing Co.






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VAST ADVOCATE, JUNE 5, 1903. 3 1

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professional Cards. FOR INDOOR BLOOMING e OPEN HOUSES. DO YOU GET UP t"

,

tardy Shrolin that !stay He K...lKlanproil ,. A l.nrc I'onKry Plant !. Condaotvd WITH A LAME BACK ?
EO. M. ROBBINS In the tl.....r.The on I'."... Tlint %rt> It* Ch n.

Jim Damps a little girl possessed Iota of hurily: Mowers who fobe <' :Mr.\ A. F. Hunter tells In ItellsMe I ---
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELORATLAW. Whom loss of Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable.
O appetite distressed. ciinnotiili for tinreturn of "pl'lnto : /: Poultry Journal of n visit to the phiceof

1 des tan't eat I" the child would enjoy their beauty of bloom ..110 Mr. CK.. I.. llu.vwartl, Hancock, --
1 scream N. H. "the greatest cK; farm In the' Almost everybody who reads the new*. M
and United State have llu- infliction of liming thl'lII
State Is to know of the wonderful
, practice in Y Jim fixed dish- worhl." It Is certiilnly remarkable papers aura
11 a of Force with
' In nOW"I' In tliu snowy ni'uson' It I lal' cures made by Dr.
Court. i| "|| .rv
cream ; will but iK)t some sniiill !plants\ h.'ton' story. :Mr. Hunter unjs 1 -*"*"* SwampRoot.'the .

Office at TiTU9Vii"tt FLA. She tasted it, then, joy for hiss whiter sets! In. Thereare IIl"'rl1l Seven thousand l bens on one farm II' great kidney, liver

She kerned for more from "Sasmjr shrubs HO luipntlent fur spring to COWl) make that certiilnly the largest! egg t [ bladder remedy. ,

GAULDEN\ J" ... that they lUll)' unfold their flowers IUlll farm In the worhl 1, 'and 1 that It Is purely .4.. r It lathe great medical .l

K L. others tint liliK>tu otter n few w.'kll and solely an egg farm Is proved by *fj triumph of the nineteenth ,

vP the fact that no chickens art ralstM century; discovered -; s;
AT LAVP of weather and these I
ATTORNEY- spring mll1
easily\ be brought l Into flower In the there, not nny of tht 7tHK layers bring t after years of t,S'
scientific research
ia all the Courts of tbe Stat raised by Mr. llaywfira hhu,.eir. All ( by I t
iu; practice house without any piirtlculnr euro >or II Dr. Kilmer, the eminent -
.and" tile United 8tftte.Court, are bought each year. Tho birds never' j
10rlla. L
trouble. Some or nil of the fllowlng! kidney and bladder -
TITUaYUJJE. FLA. Forc. out of their houses, (after being put I
.0 Box.II5)] ; lint! would I Rive gum! sntl factlon: KO ---- specialist and Is

Jiiptnu'He maple blollll'u\ vtrl 1; Oo,,' lu In the autumn) until they arc Bold wonderfully successful In promptly curing p

J. h4EBB snug!; aliiioml, Jupaut. JU,11I8.In: !:. off to market to make room for thesucctHHllnit lame back kidney bladder, urlo acid trou- 1 *
'
flocks. One reservationshould bles and Bright's Disease, which Is the worst
11I'lmtifolh.AmCo
nollu stellntii. Pynm
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Tt. 8eod7.to- ".* Cereal I lunchler Hlntfolln 4zul.nnUl'un. be permitted !In this general form of kidney trouble. Y ;
Dr. Kllmer's Swamp-Root I I" not recommended I
statement The broody coops\ (for
.
of the 7tloult.
In the Courts CliliuonuntluiH friiirrnns Corcliorus Jpoiilcu
but If have kidney
practice for everything
nil
, Taxes paid for non-resldenti a good fairy to Daphne I uiexereuiu. l>eutzKTiicllls. ; breaking up the tirootlles) sit ou theO liver or bladder trouble It will you be found f ,..

d rents and accounts collected. all youngsters. Kxm-horda: Krniullltorii, I'or. Just (the remedy you need. It has been tested ,.

FLORIDA I ejrthln ,vlrliliswlnin, lAiiloem frngrni In so many ways. In hospital work. In private I

UBVILLE tillS i 11I11. plru. >a van lion It el. S. thin practice among the helpless too poor to purchase .

bergll and :S.: reevesll; Viburnum picntuin. I relief and has proved so successful In
Prfo
PENNEY Food
D. for CKlUri\ I every case that a special arrangement hs
dwarf lilacs, weluellns nnll
Wheat Is a perfect summer cereal, aad
\
: been made by which all readers of this paper
efforts should be lIckl'fC. Then there Is the
made to teach children bush 1I0nl'
ATTORNEY AT-LAW, to ) who have not already tried It, may have a h!,
eat It.
Lonss E. HOOA
half .shrub half vine the hardy yello r
FI.OMDA. In "How to Feed Children" sample bottle sent free by mall, also a book '
TU8VJ.I.K.. Jasmine.' telling more about Swamp-Root and how to

In all the courts of the 7tl Besides these' many evergreens are ll'' find out If you have kidney or bladder trouble. 4
ill practice
Judicial Circuit.A. w--6 attractive In the bourns notably the When writing mention reading this generous. !, i

evergreen euonyinus nnd till' cverpretJapuneHO offer In this paper and "' t i

privet, not to mention IImul1 send your address to t J

FROST, plants of the .Inpiiuetie cedars, the virlouit Dr. KilmeracCo.Blng.B ::1 1 !w '1
Master's Sale.UNDER Application for Tax Heecl hamton. N. Y. The t ,
J' arbor vlta-s nnd pln s.
I
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, spruces OV MB UAHWABD'H I1OV8KS. regular fifty cent and limed w.np-itoo
I In
Almost nil shrubs' which flower
In all the Courts of the 7tl AND HYVIIirUK... A DF.CRKI: : Under See 8 of Chap 4HHH, Laws of Plorlila.N'UTICK months pre nrnllnbl ground outside and In front of ('neb dollar sizes are sold by all good druggists. i ,
ill, practice the enrly spring,
.
sad mile. Umioil, .lIt..r Ihe '
+ IS HEREBY GIVEN that Jerome T. house, and Ilerllllltl'nt1y'I'oudy bird
Judicial Circuit. Circuit Court for RrevardCnnntyFlurdnin / '. purchHner of Tax rtlncate Nttlu for winter blooinlnir, but those name,
"FLORIDA. a cause therein delendlnl l | <, wherein. The Indian datttil the :2nil Uuy of July A. 1) liNha above have been found purtlculnrl, uro put out In tht'slt001'11 for a rev
TiTU8viLLKN < River State Hank a riorotiiin) or ti +i e tiled said certificate In my ofllre, and hiniaile .... days until broken. of the desire to Incubate .
(State, of Florida" complainant, aid leo. rDnren applinntlon! for tax ileeil I to lunuelna goes! for the ptu'1)ONP. Tie way to Iroo
anil.lullii. A. Huron his. wlfu, Arthur t. oonlanre' with'law. Raid, oertlllrnte ernltrll"e.tile reed with them\ U to got yoinitf, plant then returned to the hone
A. MORGAN Feaster and Anhi' n. Feaster his. wtie and Hen, following ilewrllieii' property situated i iHr I In in.
REDBRICK ] ago
F. Duron and. \rtliurT. Feaster an no partner. ..vir-l CII""LV. Morula. tn-wlt SWUofNW/. which\ cnn be placed.In, pots of rtneon
Ha.IIII..ul. doing bndne.a uiiiler the tlriii natal. ,0'a" NWHiif SW'4, Section !20TownHht :-2\ *nutliAiiue ... able size, looking to It to get thus The houses are all alike as to plan 9l'I'
Abstracts of Title. sad style or 'HiipHn *' Feaster' ; Fred I"'l'aylorlie all Eliot:, Tli4 Haiti, ,land helntf a<**niieil. at shoot being/ eight" feet tujnure ou tilt grouutnod l +
'I'iuxvHler.leetrinLlghtru: .a orporatloi. the il.ite ill the liKimnue of mmh. oertltloitM I In which have made nice young "A"
like the tent
:EAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE of the Siataot Florliln, ; K.lwln (4) IJedenuutmeurvlvhiglfartuerutAlexantert'edana' ,, .. the n tie of I' Aluirnulfr; Aict. Unless. Hal the past seuxou. Plants which liav! built exactly
.
", Alex rertlnn'tte shall reileeineil aonorillnic to that some of us slept In In ISmITht! )
Loans, Notary Public. under. L.. I eiluinun and, Kilwln!: U (I'oilninan,' unimrtiirr tax deed. will |4niie, thereon on the :iflith lawi not done thin. are of no use, us tlOW..I'1iCOIUU door la of two thlcknesHes of 1><)11I'11"hlhl
.* fining l biiHliiHHH unilur tin IIr.n11" .1""", A. !U, IIMKI.WlriiexK ; from the shoots of Un prpcmlln:
,lloctlons, Typewriting Stenography. anil style ol |juil"uiun Sf C'(>. ; Juan It Walaer. my milolal. Kl I nature and seal th I ther so us to tin-ilk Joints. and them I I.
John It. All 1.4, K A. C'onkliny;, John'" C.Juuel.. the \III!: h day of May A, !>., IIIO3.ir I season.' Pot Urmly u lid then put 110 frame Wlllll<" ','I'. There Is a siiianjuso \'.
TITUSVILLE, FLA. an.I.J V. Hull an CuniuV Commissioner[ of lire. [ -.1.I4'aIJ' A. ,,"rPW: A R"r. In some! cool place where they will\ 110t
vard. Cotnitr, ; 'lie ntaiuUnl, all Cuiiipxnv .. Clerk Circuit Court, Krevard Count'I..r"'a.' .. nonie 111'teen 1I1 1''ht's high,. miule of
tn'J ami will\ be but little ubovfreoaln l '
a
freeze yet !
a rnr|n.rah nmler the lws nf theHiatt Ky U A. Stewart, D. C. two Inch thick planks; then the I'oof i.[
of i\ew Jerney : The' New Haven Illinium _
WADK n. JONBM. >;
. A. KROIT. ; : rut eight feet long are IInnl..1to '
iiiiipany, a corporation of New Have'on nee The date of their Introduction to hen t Hiards. ; ,V,
& JONES, Hunt,are f Iff. Hiula .tn. l will sell atpulillu' anrtloi Application for Tax: l>c ul. the base and the Inch board ridge- "
FROST In front of the Court Hnime door at Tltiirivllla. will\ depend somewhat on the kind or I :
Florida ilurtnic Hut legal l | guars' of pale, upon| tinFIRST shrub selected n* well 1111 on the time >oli\ The buck' (north) end Is boimU .

tEAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE :MONDAY IN JULY, \. U., IMW! Under Seo. 8, Chap. 4H<$, Law of Florlila.NOTH'K It Is desired'' to have the Mowers.1 Th! lip| solidwill, e thu !trout end Is bourdctup I II
IS HKUKHYmVEN! THAT.FOSIAI ) about tlfte<>u to eighteen Inches am 1 ; .t;
Loans and Collections. belnic the Sixth ilny of milil. ini>iitli, to the high ,, Taxi 'ertUlcate Nb. Jasmines I chlinonanthus\ daphne. niiilonlcerii '
purnhaHerof of the roof aboueighteen
town (from the
et. and rest blililur. for Cash, the foPowlnif tieKi'rllieil apex .
dated the 4th of loveinlmr.\ A. U. iilmoHt
324, day flower us soon us they ,
; '
ITirusvtu.K FLoitinx. real estate of the d..r"ndllllto, aluiatuil. It: fatty, h.... sled salt uertlfli-ate In my ofllne, and Indies' to give sutHclunt stiffhI'MM I have hud occasion to uie your' +. t
Urevaril. County, Florida. to wit :- has mule application for nix ileeilto Inline I IauuonUnre are brought/ into beat. Mont I of the others Nod the. balance Is Just svittlolcnMiardliiK ''Blick-Drsught Stock and Poultry M_d|. ,
All that certain lot or harm) of but'rl I rltiiatt: with law. Said I oertltumte einlvrane: from four to six wicks, '
; reijulre to that
In theVuuuty of 1 llrnvaril and State Floridaanil Hrc to make 111001' with n rl'IUlIl'to tins and am pltaitd say I nave .\ 1
101l..lnKd..rll..ll'r..rtfAltl"'tIHlln.
. A. WOKLKY. R. II. SKYMOUKTTTOnLKY ,. In the town of Tltiinvule ail| UtHi'rllieil... the Hlock much the same time an they would uicd anything for stock that half as ''
vard oounty Florida, to-wlti }A>C 4 It. hang and hasp It to. AH the opci gave ..: 'I(1 LI '

& SEYMOUR, follow KeglnnlnK!- at point on the Knxt line of Wa. ..hInittuu K.Manloovllle.The: ftalil IientinnRTnwnahip23S.Rangea land being: : aaeeased i| at the date' J were they out of doors la spring.-Joseph apace Is coveretl with Inch mesh win good satisfaction. I hisrUly rcom i t 1
t
V Avenue lill feet North of the Southwenl: the Issuance. of nitrh. OHrtiftuute In the name. iUnknown. Meehnn: In Gardening.! lIrttlll which effectually excludeivarmints. ] mend It to all owners of dock .I\
VATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. corner of Lnt :2 In .lk. I>, thent-e rlln"1a.t'' : oleos mill. oertlllcata nliull I hendneinecl J. B. Bt LSnfi St Louis Mo. .
the air
admits
on a line imirallol with inn South "boumlary aooorilliiff! to law., tax ileml. will I.8uethereon Howe].. but freely :l'
II a general practice in State and Fed saul. loOt 2, III: feet to a 20 foot alley oonvrylnu North on the 3"tR' day of June,A. I>. 1KM.NVItnuHn !! Constipated ''lie[ houses 'urn built with roofs anti Sick stock or poultry should not : 'i r." .

oral Courts. Special attention givento the and South right: of thence way to North lull along alley Bald running alley 211 1 feet my.olllolal ..ilicnatura sad Heal this the To have good health, the body shonl Mick walls. slilturletl. eat cheap stock: food any more than E'\' Ii l
,
of slay A I> 1WU.
21)th \
admiralty practice. to a ten foot alley riinnlnu KaHtRml. Vent. thence ["t.day C't Seal] A. A. 8TBWRT be kept In a laxative condition, and the The houses rest UIM>U four small sick persons should expect| to be I!
MIAMI FLA Went along; Bald alley'U: > trust to the Kant line of Clerk Circuit Court of Hrnvanl busty, Kla. bowels moved at least once a day so to bring the caiwl by fotxl. When your stock 1 ;\ K '

!HI8KF.LL BUILDING the wsehingt"n said. }:ast Avenue line of,Washington thunre South Avenue;M) teet to along the By U. A. Stewart. U. c. that: all the poisonous wastes. are expel 1 stones Moore one from at each the corner dump, wrounil. In ami, poultry are sick five them med. I ;;.1'1\> \ ,

point of heictnnlnir. The .Kama being a .part ol led dalip Mr. 0. L. Edwards, m N'I up icine. 1 ton't stuff them with worthies .J
TEPIIEN E. FOSTER, Lot 2 Klk. I), .as per map of the town of Titu FRANCISCO EXCURSION Main Wichita, Kansas, writes: "1 hat country there Is much\ frost, and stock foods. Unload' the bowels ;)yy,j

ville on tile In the Clerk'sWoe.:' SAN have used Herblne to regulate the live I the freezing and thawing of the ground and stir up the torpid liver and the '{ .

ATTOKNEY-AT-LAW ((ImiltiilniiC AIHO a strip: half nix of and the a party half (H'4)wall, ) )Indies off of wlile the. It will Interest the com rail en, of tin end bowels. for the past ten' years, and entice these foiiniliitlon stones to sink animal 'will 1 be nurnil, if it be poasi* : ,I ya '

North aide' nf a certain lot of Inn i ailjolnlnir, thalmve .. Brand Of the Kepuhlio and lliol ''OIIIK! It reliable rnmnily." Wo at VIt. info tin t'ronTvl I'railiiully. bin to cure it. HIlLCk.Dr''Qbt1-3tock! I ld
Dyal-Upchurch Building, Jax, ilenorlheil. preniiHeH' whivli .told. strip In Army and, Mmllcine, unloails. the I h .
cluHorliieil I In certain dead from Frank' T.mulice friends deHlrintc t<> attend the annual encampment Wilson A son, TltuHvllln. The Inside f'.!rn'urc! of these' housei Poultry
a 1
JACKSONVILLE:, FLA.S fully::, : :anil, wife i 14S H. Itiy and .. W. H.>dcer : of the ((1. A. K., at Hun Fran. Is of file sriil! : <>s! \t the back, ( and 1 bowel and stirs up Km torpid liver.

UaieilJiine.. Wtlt: I"IM and recorded, In Hook I' cluco, Cnlifornla, August !.!, to Oct. tin.. to 1'ry.rulliao l'-rnU al'out I three feet above the floor two It cures every iiiuludy, of stock if "
.
,,"IeifNI: / in tie office of Clerk or Court for lire- 0 taken in time. Solute a 25-cont can \
BURNUAM, M. D. yard, County, Florida.. 16'h. at the low rate of *10:1.7(): (). To make <-ry>italll/.eil fruit, or nlt'lboll roost Alden lire ",'1. nl out a foot ofapse' If ltlses k- Stock and Poultry :t thtediuinueandttwill 'J
(> IrauVht
.I HKNRV, Jacksonville with tonrlitt'a : .
JOHN round trip from one cup of gnu IIlIlu"(1 sugar nmone hetweeii them, aid tlie roar otifuliont for Itself tentimosover.lforsl'sworkbettnr.Cows ,
8i"vlai Master. pay/
St-July-3, sleeping car lob th for two personsthrongh'0 -up of liollln; water together ton six Inches from the wall. There l I '
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and SPECIALIST -- ). The
SURGEON -- --- Frenclecnat$95H
!: -8EVKR\I. ISDt'TRIOt'S'VEIl- San the several l half un hour. Then clip the point of are two ...::11I11|| nest boxen one I In encli Rive more milk llogi' gain flesh. ? r' I

Ear, Nose and Throat. WANTED each State to Ira. ..11..r l hoiiiiextahllKheil are the, rules used and by Oen. Chase plesseugar com !skewer Into the ..I rill> unit then Into'' from (corner" : n small box nbout 10 An4henslaymoreeggs.It.olvcstlte J i i ",'
and with a large. asHoclatloiiH, .
'KKT; PALM REACH FLORIDA capital to ca'l: upon eleven mer.years hunts. mid agents. tor minding the Florida'" department| O. A. (:odd water. If I the thread former IIICII>H square b}' It Inches deep for thetousl prnUi'in of making a* much out'uf1 bloodflesh I

sill, m.tlll ,ami 1 profitable. One. I'ermanent. K Ins In Order No. 2, selected. tin breaks off brittle I the sirup Is ready,. another for crushed,. oyster shells and, energy an iioHniMo)
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of 1 nut all the inialli>.st. amount of food l con-
Weekly cash salary .111 stirred l ; ,i
lie BUImust
Kiijjenient. the contract- rtie sirup must never box. about S t.'t..lllltre by
as gad dust | '
\R. IIOUGIITO"i'S1.0.TI'iO iravelliiir. expenses. .and hotel. bills. ailranueil In :Southern railway system u ettousl' '. lluy a can from your dealer. iI
cash. each weak.. Kxperlenoe, not ensentlal. Mention lug company at he best possible teimi boll slowly not furlotmly. Whet S IncbcM, deep.. The water pun Is outside .
r"f..r"noean.1 enclose self .....1...... eiiveliifn. comfort and of' In liolllnff wn j i
looking to the economy lone set the saucepan tit the I boll' corner, with a small
St.. thlo" o. a
THE NATIONAL, 344 DaatlMirn ({ .
: DENTAL APAnl' IEYT the comrades and their frlemln. I ter or pour the sirup Into n howl placet'In gutter to 1 convey the drip from one pare ,

The route selected U : Jacksonville to I hot water, to keep the Mirth tronlaudying. : In weather and an aperture Ij
on the "Dentos," ARE YOU A BOAT-UUIMJEK ? If Atlanta. Birmlnnham and Kansas Cltj. to It rainy

you are, /get one of Walton's Patent Southern and KiUco routes, DenverCol. I (' Take tho prepares fruit 01 2 by 4 Inches gives the fowls room J ; I IJ

Xow AT PALM BEACH Calking 'fools ; Invaluable to buat- Rock Island It'y., Colorado Sprlngi; : nuts on the point of n large, needle or to put the head out and drink. The. s I/Yttl .

--- builders and owners of bouts. Calks and Peublo, via D. ..IH.\: n. route tiSalt due skewer, dip them Into the slrui. pan Is of dial Iron. Is about 10 Inches. i I

) M. MASON, boats more rapidly than nay other Lake CJty and (laden l via It. f U. d; end then lay them on a dish which ha square by Inches deep sail Is emptied) ,

calking tool' In the world. Price $1 00 \V. route thence to Han \KrUoo via Southern lieen lightly buttered or oiled or string and carefully rinsed out once a week.

nnd $8.00 each, at ,toVocATEOtilce" Pacific This U believed to be thicoolest them; on a thread and after dipping/ This srranK" ,'ni >nt of water pun 8n.1wU""l'ntlrl.ly .! \ "

DEXTAL-SUKQEON', Titusvllle, Fla. and most beautiful route on the in the sirup suspend them by the ( avoids. watering In rainy .

lines across the continent. A* ten days thread.: weather. :
"
ALL KINDS OF JOB PRINTING are allowed to "IPrlaco", stops wll, ..
FOR of the
cleaned out Seeds
The droppings are
.
SANFORD<
FLORIDA. and the majority may de !
remember the ADVOCATE oltice be made wherever How. to Mend I'mbrrltus. I

do not fall to send us a share of yourwork. sire. The Southern and connections wll An umbrella\ that Is. beginning to bonnes B'week twlc a year thereabouts, fall\ and) a shovel spring; abet a.r. pl.nlade'by' .Iou fanner.... 1 '

C E. We will please you. provide every convenience anti have a Ihow the wear of time by cracks end l once<< (or ..? "; Ia.ri, rl l.iIaya 'einl ne H ( .1/
BUCK the ; ; I
scattered
representative with the party to aeo.tt ful of dry earth Is over .rr.P..n;! iota mule
Ipessyud I
home reel
meiiiled at
be a"
comfort and the expeditious. move tiny holes niuy ; dropping In each house and the piles .1.1.: t...".... ,""p_ AU '
every Open It anti hold It up to the light;, next clean- ............ 111011 It_. "....1 I tO.
torkton & Rudd Building :Main Ht.: I Ine of the train. left to necnmnlatc till the ro.. to.U apDl1'""al.fa :
will
Inside :
Virginia Homes All particular! can be had by writing Mend the boles on the Snl{. M.aNaY .. 00.. ijDetrOlt

.lAckaonvllle.' Rooms 15, 10, ]17. If. F. rary. District Passenger anem,. black silk court plaster cut slightly larEter The question will naturally arise Is Mlo" '

Southern Railway, 1 lid, WI O..y.tr..et.,, than the boles. Hun umbrellas aiul this clos confinement plan, with de- ,{
DENTIST Lands, JackHonvllle, Fla., or tu Comrade T. R,,. more efTectlrely mended I,
You learn all about Virginia paranoia art rldetlly small\ pro t.. an Improvementon ', !
!8t,.
mode of cul qimrterm-wter' general than umbrellas, wblcl t
Chapman
[ rown and Bridge Work IU remiurcuM, products, In this WilY the semleonflnement plan with Its I
tlvalonlrlneli. etc., by reading the Petersburg, Fla. moilincs re<|iilre a repetition of the months of high .1 !'
gamily ritg/ / yield In the Most Com f
Porcelain Inlays, Frtrnier. Send lOcts) thoroughly wet. The Largest and
Virginia after bchitc J
men high class Plate Work. for J months nubs/crlptlon to the The llttrmrmtfr and th. "n.t. prices and two to : nlate Establishment South. ': i Jt,
Va. what In the dlf, per fowl kept? 1 1'o 1V 1v
Farmer Co., Emporla, AKCUIIIN I, then Take m t'rrtnm. Shampoo. I I)
\VAT.EI>-- ,PERSONS OF CIIA.R.iH between a rhymester and a How to We think the question will be-Indeed 'r kI
9.EVERAr terence A perfume slniniNiu| that IK hlifhly\ li: GEO. S. HACKER & SON ;
wtar ant, glsel reputation In each ititte Is air"edy-an.werel In the negative. i ;

ut., :toe I'this county requlre think the advantage Is all on I "
V !? 21'1 l e"' "H l>e.l wealthy liiiHineimEJ' 'wltt-U"l1l1l1y n poet I I", one who of all kinds, .Is also b<* "
'".u. tall\'l nnanelal utanillnir.. Salary *:2t 00 rW 1{ } S 1 r call himself a rhynionter. nnd a rhymester In eniulHltes this slilo well. the! aide of the semlconniiement and I I, .
us
with ,. on .
*'""""" aldHlonal!, all pavahle InWILT ouiluK popular nil\ the around plan: that I
culls IJhu"elf a poet. eggs year '
,; ,'uh' W"'lnei.. lay from bead ornje.. It one who titer the heir has bt-en. wusbeil and November I' j jt
In -
fTliirrlave tarnished. when naoex"try.Enclosed getting practically/ no eggs \
.... Philadelphia/ Tens. lrl. l with a towel powder It t
,, .Heir.ililrenmit. envelope. partly < < December and January Is. a tremendous *
''' Belt In Qualitr. <
041)esrhornSt.Chicago.; ; Molt la ejunntltr. well with orris root anil violet powder wltb 1 .
the
of men
n "'VV'XxITE1'S: : how to ""A." White Silk. nixed In equal| parts. In doing this... tax.talked As one remarked. "It take. i ,
lw washed| | In tepid whom Wp
'oley's Kidney Cure White silk should the: hair should l>o parted many time to feed out two carloads of grain rl I IMANUFACTURERS
white It should be nerve
water with oup. dusted ou

akeJ kidneys and bladder right. OreamVermifuge! !! then rinsed put at on through<''' In tepid two clear borax water water,. tad the: I sculp.the. perfumed The hair powder, drying with falnllellcnto the i ubstaatlally month for throe no returns or four for mouths It." with + 4 ( I f

| fun se F >erfuino 'through It, acquires a
YEARS Finally It should'" be dipped In lukewarm violet orris that In Canadlana.
BO o Remedies. odor of the Horn flathrtn. For :
Led all WORM line been addeda I
Has to which
water
EXPERIENCE reryPoftleUh pleasing" Toronto Ont. Is. to have an old home j
f BOTTLE CUARANTEED. of liquid bluing. It should I ,
EVERY suspicion this summer to last from .'
SOLD BV ALL pi UCClBTCrasraexu be shaken until almost dry not wrung M..k.n. our.. gathering the .
--- C July 1 to July 4, Inclusive says OF
ar.JAMES Ironed damp -Afo you quite sure Miss : r
e j BALLARD. ST. LOVIa.! and New: York Times. The city Is expected
F. Flanks Is. not In? _
Mr. Joseph Pomlnvllle) of Stlllwater, to appropriate fS.OOO:: ) ) for the expenses Doors Sash Blinds
---- --- The Maid-Of course I am. She gave ,
f-J:: : -- --- Minn., after having spent over <;:4,000wilit ( and citizens to ndd10,000< more and

"irCl the J> ( t doctors for stomach trouble ne one of your photograph In ordero an earnest effort Is to "bo made to get I(

TRADE DESIGNS MARKS KIDNEY DISEASES without relief was 'advised by his drujr- make me doubly sure. Chicago a. many as positlble. of the thousands. [aiding( & Building Material,

11 h. COPYRIGHTS Ac.iitlal. gist Mr.\ Alex. Richard, to try a box olChamberlain's 'ewi. of Canadian birth now residing In the .
.... Stomach! and Liver Tab- Cfllce Warerooms: King, opposite
v s sk.teh and deseflettnn may :
: Mfr oe"unn, fro. wh.Lhar anMhlr t.:1! of al dlf lets He did M>, and Is a well man to- A Splendid Jtelllell)". United States to return and Join In the Cannon Street.Cliurlcston t / ,
(
d, : Tetenlanle.. 11 an<1 t nok('ummnlra.on !. '..ntnof are the most day. If troubled with Indigestion; bad] Neuralgic pains. rheumatism, lumba-- festivities with this returning sons from S. C. "
.t of tho world.' All the towns
1 fora.uringp.tefl.a. In the mouth, lack of appetite 01sonntlpatlon other parts ,
taste
r + uI nmuh uharae Muifti, lu tb ft. _O. reuave eases. give these tablet a trial, go and srfatlo pains yield to the pene- anal clues In Ongirloure to lx asked to

S\i ieniiiic KIDNEY CURE Is.6U3iant38d 1 and you are certain to bo more than ratlng/( Influence/ of Mallard's Snow Llnl- ro-op<*rutp. Sash Weights Cord ana
Hmerican.
pleased with the result. For sale at 23enta lent It penetrates to the nerves and ,
fOLEY'S
1 ReniBdj
"" .'T'.lln'.tmt..d. wvnlitv."urnsl. Term Tamest. .Hr"lentlOo ., atUNy { : per box by all druggists and medl- Ua one healing, and being properties absorbed are Into conveyed the blood to Tux: on liable. Hardware. I :

th" |L cine dealers.
& 3 ttolil ;yew York Contain very part of the body and effect some Extreme hot weather Is great/ tax upon -
*
refunded. wonderful cures. Mr D. F. !Aloore agent the digestive power of babies whenmny Window and Fancy Glas

ihtr'"kb. obi r i4! Wubloctoo n. t: remedies7recognized by emt vD- We cannot guarantee to publish Illnois Central Hallway, Milan Tenn., and feeble they should be given" a SPEC1 ALTY.
tenTs tbat do not reach this office before used lialfard's !Snow Lin- Vermifuge A
BANNER best lot st.tell; : I have few doses of White's Cream < ,
the
8 A LVE nent physicians as loon on Thursdays. nest for rhenniatlsm, backache etc., 10my tbe children' tonlo. It will stimulate -

III. mo.t healing '.Ivo In Uif world. and Bladder troubles. family. It Is a splendid remedy. Wecol1ol .nd facilitate tile digestion of their food, 7o/cy's Honey ana Tar

Kidney ::i'- OLD NEWSPAPERS For S.le. not do without It." 2c, ilk, and 100 that they soon become.strong healthy

ey's Honey end Tar PRIM WILSON 50e. ana $1.00.& SOK. ;beap, at this office.) 11.(1) at U. 1C. Wilson A son. and active. i'c at B. R. Wilson\ A: son. >rchUdrensfcure. No opl.tes.EAST .

funs colds u. It.
Prevents pneumonia.

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1 EAST COAST ADVOCATE, JUNE 5, 1903.

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4 JAMES. PRITCHARD, President; WM. M. BROWN, VICA.IC. >\

e S. SCHOTLEK, Cashier W. S. BBANNINO, Asst, < nshtet, sedan

EAST COAST ADVOCATE at THE the Brevard canvassing School of election votes polled, tool INDIAN RIVER STATE

place in Titusville, Saturday last, BANA

... School District!
that
DBVOTB0 TO Tall D TorvBUT a and it proved
..aLY JOOKHAI
A W or ram IBDIAK alV.a LAu Nos. 2 and 3 voted in favor of the Biliousness COUNTY DEPOSITORY.

AMD BMOAVHB BAT CTlOHi. and District No. 1 went
WOBTH special tax, ManesChronic Authorized capital,
$100
The election was h..ldin ,CO'i
against it. Paid
up capital
PUBLISHED EVERY ..alDAY.'allAaLae conformity with Chapter 4678, Invalids.When r-\.r:: : Average deposits, $$5goc:

Editor &! I'ubUaber.DI.continuance No. 17, laws of 1899, State of Floe ''i ;
H. WALTOK did not take the liver is torpid, the bile enters the blood M .
Ida. Some people a viniltnt poison then comes that train of Liver Ill.N'S Transacts
of silvti. must be made pAlly '- sufficient interest in the election togo a General Butt
!
.. at this' office or by writing. to the polls, while others said

their taxes were high s Business
ObwK.eto.,may b.made l payable to CHABI.IB. they thought Still we should Jl\I'1 IILSaud ,, ,
,
enough already.
WALTOK,puhllBher.J: IVER
think that those who have families Largest and Oldest Bank on UK Un I

TUB EAIIT CoAiir AovOATB < would have taken some interest in .
BOSTON OFKIC'C- Tonic Pellets are the only Treatment tbat give. Exchange boutfit and sold ,
") u
a n
r ba opened an office at 404 Atlantic of Mr.svenutBoetnn Claud the election, so that more schooling the liver just the right touch and starts Nature'swork r/ ,e? i.. 1 4 Countries ramp)
which will/ be In olmrge their children.A r --
I' Walton. could be given in the right manner. The Pill touches the PatronaReappreclated.
Promptterrya
I river, the Pellets tone the syitem. M1k, ; treatment,ant)every favor ". 1"11CORRESPONDENTS ,as MS
+ n
L' for Informs has been awarded rvatave banking granted
In writing w the AUVOOATB St. Louis man ..
CTT ..pl. sad Booklet Fr... ,
of kind,the writer will oblige by enolixInn of $11,000 agains) '
If Lion any a judgment r. Seaboard National lank uf s.
,t' a tampocl'aildrewMid. envelope. a street railway company because 'b'Completeae Treatment A. d4- R. National Hank of Jacksonville, FIB" Tortl'TUB

he was kicked off a car by the con ...4. .15 dl. '.rIT-u iLL.T ]?I.
Addren all communication to ductor. If that man gets kicked rS toe?"M4\era/0"-

1 tv EAST COAST ADVOCATE, off a few more times, the company

TITDIVII.I.B. FLORIDA. might as well give him the railway,, SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPAQ

.. himself.
-- -,--- -- -- --- so that he can run it

17. 8. Department of Agriculture

Weather Bureau-Jupiter, Fla CORRESPONDENTS will please bear Sold by H. n. WILSON A; SON, TITUSVILLE. --- Wood Goal, Coke, Brick, Lime, Cement
--- ,
in mind, that as we go to press

following is a comparative _t.atement early every Friday morning, we JOHN WILKES BOOTH. THE SCHOOL QUESTION. *
of temperature and rainfall for the< to insert down- -

weekending Tuesday- ,June 2-, 1003.1002DAT cannot river items guarantee that arrive later than assassin The old escaped story that seems President corroborated Lincoln1 b'the ;, Wicco, FLA., June 2: 100.1. Vitrified, Paving and Sidewalk Brick,,""

MAX. MIN Wednesdays, as it takes time to identification of the remains of.i a Editor Rait Coast Adroralr
*. MAX. MIN. Street Jacksonville, Florida. Telephone.
27 84 711( 02: <>02H put them in type. Please remem man who committed suicide In 8t Louie) Will you please have the kindness tallow Offices foot ot Hogan j

8.1: 70 1 110> 70 ber this. nearly five months ago. The body wa. me space In your valuable pape J. K. MUNNKRLYN, General Manager.
20 HI 75; 00 70 Identified by Booth's nephew and attorney for a few lines regarding; this sohoo
80 84 7tJ 8;* 75: ; and Joseph Jefferson and Miss Clan question that Is now agitating/ the mind ---- -
31 88 70 81 08 A $10,000 FIRE.A Morris, actors, are said to have Identl of the people; and, as the editor Is supposed -
1 84 72 80 72 fled him. The strange story comes fron to know everything will\ you pleas e E. C.
2 81 75 8:1 73 property and stock damage of about Enid, Okla., In a special to the St. Lout tell me how many schools there are 1 1Brevard Ini JOHNSON .
Total rainfall for the week: 0.83: $10,000( was caused a few days ago by atire Globe-Democrat, and Is as follows: i county, and the salary of each
Departure from normal rainfall for the In the four-story brick building, 40-1( St. Louis, June 2.-A special to the teacher? The reason I ask this favor Is
week: minus 0.111I I Inches. Departure and 4011 Atlantic avenue, Boston, In Globe-Democrat from Enid, Okla., says: not for myself alone, but for all, so tha Groceries and Fresh Meats
from normal rainfall since January 1, which are located the warehouse and Junius Brutus Booth, the actor am. when the bids are In for the conveyance '
pins O.il Inches. offices of the Walton !Self-Locking: Block nephew of John Wilkes Booth, the assassin of children we can compare notes and' 'IE of. all kinds.
HA.L. P. IlinniN, Observer. Co. and other firms. of President Lincoln, has fully; find out If there will be a saving In consolidating ,

-- ----- As soon as the fire was discovered, Identified the remains of the man known the rural schools.
----- ----- ----- ---- water was not spared ; and llits, aided iisD.xvldK, George, "as his uncle. George In the circular for bids 1 notice there in Season.Mall

TilE northern newspapers are by a .seouu.! alarm three minutes after or Booth, committed suicide here Janu Is no provision made for Mlcoo.] I would Fruits and Vegetables .
making it hot for the Pennsylvania the first alarm, prevented a serious con ar letter last, and In his effects was fount. like to know why this IK? We pay the Orders Keueive Prompt Attention.
directed to J. T. Bates, of Memphis
a school tax that In levied without a mur
flagration.
libel law and Gov. Pennypucker. The/ blaze started on the third floor of Tenn. Mr. Dates came here at. men, and In.20 years, If I mistake not, OOOO.A-, r=od.

the building, occupied by the Mentor once, and fully Identlllod the body of we had school only three teirns. ____ __ _ __ __' _u __
WE wonder if Teddy's triumphaltour Cigarette I Co., and spread rapidly, the Booth Fie then went. East and has ob Now, If conveyance into he furnishei
the of the tobacco and cigarette paper making an tamed positive Identlllc.ulon of the remains for other places, why not for Mlcco? At Window Frames
will be like song excellent fuel. The spread of the lire to from the dead man's nephew and present there are sixteen children here, Screen Door &
swan-bla last effort before his political to the upper floor\ was rlllIdII011 In three from Joseph, Jefferson, Mlaa Clara Mor but not all of school age./ I have no ,1
ecease. minutes a second alarm brought In the rls and a score o. others who knew him children to educate, but I am Just as
auxllliary file fighting; force from the In his early days. According,: to Mr anxious to have my neighbor's chlldreteducated We have just Installed special machinery for the manufacture "ot screen da
he bad acted as Booth'i and can make them in all sizes, styles and deslgna", ;
city and South Boston. Bate's story, as I would m> own. At present and window frames '
; RUSSIA has been indulging once The building/ occupied by the fil- confidential agent and attorney for nearly this question of how the public money; Can cover them with plain green wire, galvauived wire or POIITOUBItOXZE

more in its perennial pastime of lowing prominent firms: 1st floor, theContinental forty years. After Lincoln was shot., Is being spent Is turning over In tbe Screen wire cloth. Writfor prices.
Jew batting. The wily Russian Paper Hag Co; 2nd floor the assassin escaped to the Garrett plantation minds of the people. We only ask our: EAST COAST LUMBER AND SUPPLY COMPANY
to realize that his the Walton Self:! Locking Block Co.; Sl'dtI.lOr In Virginia. According to Mi. rights,and expect to !let them. General Office at Eau Gallie, Fla.
does not seem Co. 4th floor! Bates the man who was killed wall
recoil Mentor Cigarette/ ; Kespectfully, Yards at EAU GALLIE, TITUsJVILLE and FORT PIEIH t
intolerance must some day Clul e-8hawmut (;0., electrician named Kuddy. Being warned, Booth' JOHKIMI WILLIAMSON.
't', on his own head. The tire spread rapidly to the fourth left Oarrett's and was taken care of by -----' -
'I' floor by way of tho stalioase and elevator friends in central Kentucky lie later AWAY.-The following
WASTING -
I well, but in lens than an hour or so, settled at Glenrose Mills, Texas, where WAS of & O'Hara
letter from Robert R. Watts, Hodges c
THE time draws near when all Chief Cheswell who worked like a he conducted a store for several years ae :Mo. Instructive. "I have beet ,
Salem ,
Democrats luiist sink their differences Trojan throughout: the flre-and his cobleband John St. Helen. troubled with kidney disease for the las ..Manufacturer: and Pealersjln...
t and pull together if they wish of fire,fighters! ; ,had conquered what five years. I lost flesh and never fell
looked at one time to be a net tons con Chronic bronchial troubles and summer Rough PINE LUMBER
for success In the next presidential relieved and well and doctored with leading physiclani and CYPRESS AND YELLOW .
havenot /flagration.; roughs/ can be quickly and tiled all l'emedlellluglCested without
election. Chances of success Through the strenuous and united efforts cured Foley's Honey and Tar hold Dressed
by I tiled Kidney Shingles.elo.
relief. Finally Foley's Moulding
Vegetable Crates. ;
been'so bright for many years, Chief Cheswell and his men, the Titusville. Orange Box 'leads, Fruit and
Wilson & :Son
B. ,
H. : delivered
by than bottles completely
Cure and less two Write for prices
exceed $10,000. The ....... Mills and office located at Buffalo Bluff Fla. us
and It would be a pity to throw lamage will not oared me and 1 I urn now sound and l & O'Hara, Buffalo BluffFlvPunniAi
: Address Hodges
heaviest loss was caused l by water, the IJid lcrs. to any part of the State. :
:Notice to < "
them away by internecine bicker. Co. I well. Sold by B. li. Wilson & :bon.: -
took of the Continental Per Bag -----,----------- ------ -
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ings. been considerably damaged. Sealed proposals will be received by
The Walton Self: Locking Block Chad < the undersigned to be presented to the I TO MEET IN GAINESVILLE. The Oldest Established Grain anti Seed House in the8tna

TUB L'ostolllce Department is having a narrow escape of losing: all they Board of Public I Instruction of Brevaid --
thorough overhauling, and hud; but, fortunately, beyond some County, at regular meeting; to be held JACKHONVILLK, Ft.A., May 23, 11)0:1) : -
a wonderful deals damage by water, their loss does not, In Titusville, 1<'11.; on Monday morning, Killtor Kast CoastDear .ldvurllCe: Wm. ,4 SO-u.rS: & Co.
strange and umonj probably, amount to more than a few. .July 0th, llM.'J.: for transporting school -
officials are coming'to light. The hundred dol'ars. Capt. J. O. Waltonc pupils as follows: Sir:-The annual meeting of the
Boston and Tttuwvllle. says he la thankful to Titus. County Commlitsloiieis and Hood Roads SEEDS
curious part of the Investigation No. 1. Mini and LaGrange GRAIN HAY AND GARDEN ,,
i to bn' the fact thai his company got oil as light; ns it did Association of Florida will be held In the ,
seems to us Business Is again/ In full swing, and tbe vllle.No.2.. City Point, Dlxons, Indlanola City of fiaioesvlllu, Tuesday, June 10,
Postmaster-General Payne does not patent self-locking: blocks are dally' beln!!: and Meriltrs to Cocoa. 11)03.) This will bathe most Important fiaajfcJJ! Flour Grits Meal and Fertilizer)! '
appear to hold himself in anywaj shipped to various parts of the Unite No. :i. Bocaventure, Georgians and meeting In the history of the Association ,

responsible for matters, the details' States.A South Kockledge to Cocoa. and every County Commissioner and sir ioomeM 112 East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE FL.!.
NO.
would No. 4. Giant to Valkarla. flood; roads advocate In the :State: should
of which outsider natur
an he would be thorough NEW WEATHER STATION, No. .">. Providence to Malabar. make an effort to be present. The railroads IRIS: i'or furina Feed. Warehouses on tracks of S. A. L. R'y. and Plant 8pte,
ally suppose No. 0. Roseland to Sebastian. offer reduced rates from all pointsIn =-==:
ly cognizant. No. 7. Saint Lucle to Fort Pierce. Florida. The people of Gainesville -
I,. S. DEPARTMENT OF Amticur.iuiiB, ,l No. K. WaveUnd to Jensen. and Alachua county have made arrangements ;
W Bulling ton, D. C., Juiie.2!, 1110) |f No. Gosllngville to Jensen.No. to entertain the visitors, and the & Co.
School Board of lirevari P. Rvililman
TUB will be railroad fare.
Editor JSatt Coast Aduiirate I : 10. Tlblial and Eden to Jensen. only expense your
County is contemplating consolidating Specifications! and particulars coveting The Improvement of our highways
several of the small schools Announcement Is hereby made to the each contract will be furnished on application ommands the earnest attention of every NEW YORK.
with certain large graded schools. maritime Interests that on June I, 11)0.\) : to either members of the Board progressive citizen of Florida and every 381 Washington St )l JT. Y.
JiJ: :btreet. f
Murray : J
a station of the U. S. Weather HUTCH or County Superintendent, and the public snudofCounty Commissioners should
Where the system has been tried it wan established at Sand Key; Fla, I l""ti Is requested to investigate; the details to repieneutoil" at this meeting./ It you

has proven a success, and we believe miles southwest of Key Went, }'Ia.The .>t each route, and present separate bids ire InteieKted as a city county or state
the people of Hrevurd county will official designation of the station I III for !the peiformance of each service. >mdiil l. ooinu. Our (JnlneitvllFe friends
be convinced of its practicability, Hand I..oy.o'hl.., and the mall address, The Board reserves the right: to reject .xteud a cordial lavltutlun, and all that Florida Pineapples
via Key West. Kla. all bide they have Is
or
the in the tny
for it affords to pupils yours.Your
with Interna
The station is equipped R K. Ml MS, very truly,
country districts all the advantage! tlonal tings. : and a powerful telescope,ami Secretary" and Superintendent J. W. WHITE, Sec'y.
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and bouetttf enjoyed by their fen being In telephonic communication "Itb OTJXt 8P CIA.L'.L"
bo -- -------- -- .
Key West, Kla., where messages; can -- -- -- - --- repreW1
in the
low pupils towns. We several of the In State:! ,and wish to
tiled for transmission by telegraph or represent largest shippers your;

cable to all pints of the world Is prepay LAUNCHES AND HOUSEBOATS FOR SALE. Established 30) :jears.
THE: Hon. Cromwell Gibbons Is ed to teport vessels passing within sight ;you also. Give us a trial shipment.
night or clay" Messages will be receive-- -
said to be the youngest man ever .
for transmission to and from vessel owners
elected to the speakership of the and consignees, and masters of ves Launch Juanita, 34xol:; ,x2, standing top ESTABLISH 1870.
Florida House of Representatives,. sell lying oil or pissing within sight of
14 h. Buffalo Motor speed 10 miles.
,
He Is already making his mark in the station. Vessels desiring to be reported p.
miles or Launch BuHalo, BDxttxg, standing top, 7
should l. when within 10
the history of this State's politics ; the station, display tUgs or lights denotIng h. p. lluffalo Motor, speed 8 miles. M. Lane & Son
and as to his position as speaker,, their names. ,
Launch Rover, 2t xOl x2la! glass cabin,
the ADVOCATE has been told that 'ILU'I I. MOOUK\ ,
and fair Chief U. S. Weather Bureau. 0 h. p. Mlarous Motor, speed 7 miles.
he has been efficient
very houseboats, ICxllO:! and 10x3.:! Enginesor 250 WASHINGTON STREET, NEW YORK.
in the discharge of his duties. We
r have received a copy of his speech Startling vhlence. bulls will be sold l separately. Producs

on the "1<:vl1&- of Trusts and Monopolies Fresh testimony In great quantity i Is Geo. R. Wallace, Agt. West Palm Beach. Southern Fruit and

a ," which is a masterpiece constantly coining In, declaring l>r.
King's New Discovery for consumption n ____ _
of fhought. Still, there are good
trusts and bad trusts, and it wouldbe doughs recent expression and colds from to be T. unequaled J. McFailandBentorvllle A. otO.tO..j.ss1oc.::: ::: : :tMIeroha.o.: :: : ts.

poor policy to include the good Va., serves as example lIe Well-Bred Cigars.

with the bad.o'OK writes\ : "I had bronchitis for three FLORIDA PINEAPPLES OUR SPECIALTY. \
years and doctored all the time without
nolnff benefited. Then I began taking :5-CKNT BKAN'DS.
OUR
} several months the postal Jr.[ King's New Discovery, and a few Stencils, Cards and our quotations furnished on application. -

authorities Washington have tattles wholly cured me." Equally ef'ectlve "SAN MATEO" '' ------ ---- ---- -- ::;--
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communicationwith In curing all lung aud throat
been in constant
Postmaster-Gen- roubles: consumption, pneumonia and Made from the choicest Florida leaf
the Kngllsh rip. Guaranteed by all druggists. Trial Mason M. Clark

two eral-cent in London postage on the(Instead subject of of five a bottles free, regular sizes 5iHs\ and $1.011. "SILK OPERA" ) ( ,


e cents) between England and the Dade County Land Por Sale. The highest grade of Imported Havana. :: .I

United States. The matter has so Merchant
far progressed as to justify both For sale, cheap, the northeast quarter They're well bred-well grown In Sane the e Fruit and Produce Commission
in appointing a com- I of southeast quarter of section 3 town- leaf, and made In our clean, airy !:: "!
governments : hip 38, south of range 41 east; close\ to Mateo factories, by competent American
wisslon. to go into the subject fully. O. K. Wood's pineapple plantation ont workmen. SPECIALTIES:
Five experts on postal work will be Lucie River;40 acree.i You smoke the pure and fragrant reality .l .

appointed by each government, and i Also, the northeast quarter of north. when you use these brands. Extra Early Beans and Vegetables. .
will meet in New York early' act quarter of section 18, township 38
they outh of range 41 east; on south fork of San Mateo Cigar and Tobacco Factories i
in July. Now look out for a two-, st. Lucle River; 40 acres. Apply to Florida Oranges and Grapefruit.
cent postage to England. It Is [ CHAS. n. WALTON,

bound to come. Titusville, Fla. S. W. ROWLEY, SAN MATEO, FLA. 110 Murray street and 16G West Street, NEW TOB&


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Tibbals. GEORG MARX. : f!
Melbourne. JOHN MARX.

carding.[ -


Miss England entertained on Thursday 1V.I.A.E: :.. :JE3::1c'S..

evening, In honor of Mr. and Mrs. Fred ::r Subset Iptlons for the ADVOCATK,
Beach.Irable .
In West Palm W. Cook. the pink paper of the East Coast, will be
GROCERS
people who wish a pleasant Mr. and Mr.. C. McCarty, of Eld red. received at the Melbourne Postofflce.OUODB WHOLESALE

at while In West Palm were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. II. .
8 to, stop Harris, Sunday.Mr. :: & OOUDK:.-R Will,l, dod MINARET COT rAGE, Anntfor .Aetna London and Liverpool and II Fruit and Produce Jobbers.
b between Evernla and : and Mrs. Fred W. Cook, of West Hobo a'ro.ltlence Washington and Bun Ktr \,\
ullve street, Palm Beach Innurnnce. Special attention until to tAte -
such a place. Nice, clean are stopping with Capt. and Intemu of noureddenu.OR .
just Mrs. J. JJ. Andrews, for two weeks. '
; nontly; furnished ; comfortable About L. A. PKKK-I'IIYKIIUAM AM I.'ItJIU11CON. Corner Day and Julia Sts., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

.s. food VERY twenty attended the tennis Residence, Melhoiirim. Kan Ualllo, Tuesday
: wholesome ; LOOK
8 good party at Woodoote /Saturday afternoon. and Friday afternoon TO YOUR EYES.
are the recommenda- The la If[ WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF HAY GRAIN AND FEED.
I hrate: prices, game always interesting,, and In suffering from any eye defects or weak ,

JL Only a limited number of room. such a lovely spot. The afternoon there I Miss Kittle Martin has bought a lot, on sight; call at my new well-appointed optical .

:; be accommodated. Table board Is always) one of the most pleasant of the Strawbildge ave., from Mr. K. W. Goode. Institute. Special, complete lense PURINA FEED OUR SPECIALTY.
jean week.
grinding outfit In connection.
jcialty.M1W.. Mr. Bvans has left Melbourne for awhile Seed Potatoes, Seed Peanuts and Cow Peas In season.
Large parties are now Dn. E. H. .ARMSTRONG
going over to ,
: FRANK: DARLING, the beach to enjoy the surf bathing. It lIe has-not gone long to Xathan.: the young folks hope. i IX Laura St. Jacksonville, Fla. _ ,.:We solicit consignments of Fruits and Vegetables.
l Is a great treat In this
West Palm Beach, Fla. hot weather, but .
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there are some very dangerous holes a Sam Martin Is having hU lot on Straw-

short distance out, especially treacherous bridge avenue cleaned and the posts on BREVARD COUNTY COMMIS

at low tide, and everyone l Is caution I' the ground ready bra fence. Eau Gallie. SIONERS.The rioaIthnFOR

Eden. ed to be most careful .
Is certain to or some accident The Misses Fannie Iloke and Fern -

occur. Gibbs went to iood.ill, Monday, to visit Welcome rains oommeuced to fall on Board was called to order on the .
L- Mr. end Mm. Fred W. Conk of West the family of Kev. Templeton. Sunday last.
j Bachus was a very pleasant let, Instant, by order of the Chairman.

Jlerin Irs ibis place last Thursday. Palm Bench at I ilio, were home very of cordially) entertained The Misses Helen Miller and Kittle Eau Gallie can boast of a lift. alllga Present: J. K. Walker, Ut District; .!. An epidemic Malaria Is sure to follow .

F. Richards and fjimllv spent eli Mv'iiiiy MHH Ethel, Sawyer Martin went to Tlrusville, Monday, to tor in the waters of the harbor. It Mlot, 2nd District; tt. A. Conklinif the wet soiusou and the high waters
W. evening. Pedio
irs ; occupied attend the teachers' examination. 3rd District J. C. Jones 4th DIstrictand
> ; which liavo all the
Fort 1 lolce.'he prevailed over
at tbt, lime ,
with her parents iMHil refreshments
Snday of tn"t delicious Trout fishing;, with troll or rod and J. F. Bell, nth\ District.; A. A. /Stewart .
( lonff drouth Is. broken: we have Ire cream and cake were Tved. Chas. R. Faran, who has been a guest line, is now very good at this point. clerk ; J. J'... Brown, sheriff. South. Malarial and kindred fevers
and Mr. und l Mrs. Ctiok are guesta of Capt. of Hotel Carletou for the past live will to extent.
alarming
showers, prospects I Minutes of the last regular develope! an
evIIIIIIIt1lal1 meeting
I and months left Miss Whitacre has been In Tltusville
MIH. .1. LI. Andrews, griinilpnifuts. of Monday for his home In
s ItU"IIOI' more.Mm Mis.I 1'n.ik. Cincinnati. this week attending the school teachers' were read and approved.Treasurer's General health conditions) will be bud;

examination. report was received aunt! should be taken.
left precaution
G. Wey on TuesdayLnlngiora every
.lames> MIbnesta.Vu ConKlPi'nation leigned oupieme < n Palmetto Decoration day was observed by a few checkellllp. Messrs. Bell and Idiot destroyed .
I
visit to
avenue, 1'o,11I1.la\[ ,, people who went to the to Miss Kltching, of Sebastian was In the paid warrants turned over by .
Ire have her ; but hope the evening/ >i\ the cemetery Th. System Must C*,..Ully .. r.r
lorry to go health. anlval, h.iine of a reelem v. li.i liml I l>eenattenciing strew (lowers on the graves of the brave Eau Gallie on Friday and Saturday last, the Treasurer with him report. 'l'he
benefit her tlflad te Reals. Malarial Attaeka.
aoge will / the Atlili-tiu Club In ( lie after departed ones. visiting friends. Treasurer had his usual' coilllioate of .

We have several mo qultol'a. Woinlil noon. They found tlnlr prt-mUr had Mrs. Moore who has been the guest olher Miss IIOIljl on's row-boat the Isabel, deposit attached to hU report.. A trial of fifty year has demonstrated

!get along very well without any, been Invaded dining their wbHcnue by mother !Mrs. .lohn Goode,) left on Is being overhauled and painted for the Report of Justice of the Peaoo tl.: TMcBride that for this emergency, Dr. Hal"ter's -
J. M.
last to last several Sanders and II. U. Bron
enough or unknown
I bnd year fome.person pcrxons Furnituro summer
we Sunday for Washington D. C. then outings.
ha-e decile to had on son were lecelved. Iron Tonic has no cqunl. Iron Is
l'Oti'e no : monopo- been misplaced. nod bauitliung
jant, to her home In
|t e the ,mosquito crop.jlrs across the (1001 5. Xo articles were mls- Chicago. Capt. o eo. }1. Andrews and daughter On motion warrant Xo. 8208: for $1 11 I (Uti) the fighting element In the blood, and

and madeflrip sing, whl. h disposed of the burglary The !Misses Jessie Goode and Helen MIss liessie, paid a flying visit to drawn in favor of J. O. Fries, dated May the kind uf Iron supplied by Dr. Harter's -
( Edgar Lewis daughters; Miller Eau Gallie last week. llth, 1IKV1\) ;), Is ordered cancelled.
from their lome In theory, which at lint miggeHied Itself, report a very. pleasant time at the Iron Tonic la just tho kind the
tu Jensen, Wabanso dance last Unsolved, That lu view of the Invalidity I.
when said misdemeanors weie dl cover- Friday evening.; The sharpie Lizzie, IN In the water
Billed. On their return trip, they stop- ed, so that they are i Eden wood. Now
id for n short visit at it a joke, and laugh heartily at it. Holt, while there. Hodgson's marine railway No. 5.17:\ of cert i Mentions to State malarial conditions. Don't wait until
1 found the we hopesee
have
way,
it they Treiisuier \prIlISIIJ): and certificate
see more of these delightful people. Ye soiibe, was most generously; remembered W. T. Wells and wife left on Sunday Mr. and Mrs. C. J. F.. Campbell and I i No. :it: !>. Halo of Juno, 1HH4' on part of SWi you are attacked. Take now and fortify

by the turtle gatherers who for their summer home on Lake George, of of SI'u\ 1: yourwlf;; It in an absolute Daft-guard
E J. Luce entertained the teaIb egg family, Melbourne were calling upon I K. of G II. Miller I Seo. :2, Pp.2S .
Mrs charmingly last Wednesday af- visited the bench In quest of akl luxuries N. Y. Their elegant Melbourne home friends: .. In Kan: Gallic on /Sunday last, It. ;t7, an assossud to John Adams, and, at tho name time, It Is the bent

very the early part of the week. We understand will not be closed this summer, ns their which Is double entire
jrnoon at her lovely home in Tibbalsio i Mr. The steamer, Lillian C., was Inspected a : assessment. TheComptroller tonic and Invlgornnt for the system.
that the law for the son, Stanford Is here.
protectionof
| following ladles of Eden participant I these on Friday last by the local Inspectors, Is hereby requested' to authorize Ou tho other hand, quinine dls-

I Mesdames John Sillier\ C. A. Rob- amphililous animals takes effect Captains Shaw antll\pencer. of Jackson the Clerk of the Circuit Court of turbH. the anil Its cumulative
the 15th of the rJyutem!
won. I G. Wey, F. G. McMullen, Otis present month. In the No /good health unless the kidneys are ville. Brevard County, Fla to cancel said 1 certlllcile -

breton, J. II. LeTourneau and W. F. : pant years lawlessness In regard to their sound. Foley's Kidney Cure makes the .. of record. poIson licgeU. greater physical troubles

Bollards. slaughter baa predominated, and that kidneys right. Sold] by Wilson & Son. Major Jordan, !gets all the wild rabbits llonil of S. A. Free as principal, with than those It I IK, employed 1 to remedy.

many have been put to death simply for he can use for the table by simply watchIng D. S.! Carlton and C. I' Plittt ux sur tl<'s, Where bad of chronic Malaria
would rich when a / case
|We were afraid we get gratifying; a desire for cruelty. We are him vegetable garden. The Major Is to entry.a :-Smith' Wesson. pistol No.JOHU15 .

e looked over our pineapple fields this glad the Mate baa decided to Interfere, Georgiana. a prime shot. ;, onllber ::12. was ftpIl I'ovod' already exl U, take I>R HAIU'ER'SFRVKR

dolt, and the responsibility of great and all offenders caught will be dealt On motion! lientloy Cnyler Is placed. and AGUE SPECIFIC. It lapiiarunlewl _
Mlsa DxNHlo ] returned from
jraltli, III prospect, began to have a with accordingly, and tbe so-called IIpOI.tcea8p 4. Canaveral Kildny Hodgson la"I. where, she ban. on the pauper'llst ...t fS per month. to cure. I'rlce 60 cents

Snaliing effect, but If present prices pronl to exist. Mesdames: Ulsbee I and Walker were also On motion, the report of G. S. Sned-
BUT IF YOU WILL
will have to about been spending some time with her little
we \ nothing worry ,
up Saturday, Decoration day. eker, N. Downey nml J, 1'. Hood In ij.gard .,-
We thank-
friend Edith
as a Burns.
community were
nl will not be able to go to Europe this very ,
ful to the editor of the pink for A. L. Bruner to rlght'Of-wav for rnnd. purposes Tatt w7 .
*
paper was over Tuesday seeing HAIlTE
jar.Jltrs. It Is rumnied that wedding bell will ncross the property of F. W. Cninntock. ? |
the opportunity given In the last Inane after his.
us which will be
pineapples
F. W. Weatberwax and daugh for perusal of the able article read for soon ring during the month of Juno, and one and l K. W. Scbuylor In accepted. _
ready shipping.Mrs.
is, the Misses Sara and Elizabeth, left, before the Good Roads Association and of our most popular and beautiful young On motion, the road as marked and IRON TONIC _

So first of the week, for /St. Joseph, which was prepared by Mr. Charles, II Salmon, Mrs. A. Jj. Brunor and ladles will bo married. More anon.J. laid nut by J. H. Wynn, A. M. Maniple You Wo""' HIII..Iff /arllll. IV/r ff

jicliiRan, to spend the summer. Mr... Hacey, of Waveland.: Mr. Racey voices daughter; Miss Beth, came over Saturday ]K. M. ]Hodgson ran Into a manatee and J. O. Files Is hereby declared n pub- _

featherwax has a fruit farm there, and our sentiments exactly, and we wish to attend the Decoration day exer- while rowing over to the Lodge on Kil!. lie road. All dealers handle.., ir mend to On
bey will doubtless enjoy tbe summerry cises. Miss Nellie Owens went home On motion, the road an marked and!
'
HAKTRR MKDICINB Co.
that there last. Mr. boat D.ayiou to.
were more peop'e! possessed day Hodgson's was nearly ,
/
much, and also the fruit. It l Is very with tbe enthusiasm of which Mr. Kacey with Miss Beth and remained until Tues turned over by the huge mammal.W laid out by I). K. .Austin, K.: .L Traynor
brd for northern raised people to ao- afternoon.Mr. and D. 1 K.: Dutten 1st
day declared
hereby H .
Tex. (
Is blessed. We would then have roads nr Houston Ant 1 0C1.V ..
bire a taste for tropical fruits, and we II. (U. GleaHon baa rented a portionof publio road.
suitable for vehicles of all descriptions, anti Mrs. Sam Fields, Mr. and Mrs. "I hav U.I'" Ir tiers'" 1
finally get homesick for cherries, cur- the Granada l: liotol. Houses are very Keport of County Judgo and Tax Collector Iron Tonlo m M.iif and IP rt***
not to mention the automobile John Reed und down 1'
intg, blackberries and all the other neglecting son, were :Sunday: much in demand this season. Who will uf licenses. collected during the family fnrovsr Iwonty rtv. )...r.. C.",

bod things that decline to flourish here. beside making pedestrianism possible visiting; Mr. and Mrs. Jake Fields. They put up three or four moue f They are month of May and amounting to fH.aj 9an linartlly reoommpnd It. I w".wruma '.
for all. All of which would add were also up looking at Uncle Hughie'spawpaw pi.rueuuisrlyv.hisbletowsrd u J. assIaiil -
needed.Mis. State, and 1.18 County, was received. I and otbar I..n.
greatly to the value of our real estate, and J. W. limner's pineapple .1.

I INTERESTING TO ASTHMA. SUF- as well as our personal comfort. field on their way buck to Indlanola. P. A. McMillan\ and Miss Claudia" Tax Collector's report of Polls collected Land and Plmtfratlon Aft.,H.rrl MATTS.. ra Lin.
Er.l.H8..Danlel! Dante of OttervIlle doting the month of May, amounting
bwa, writes "I have had, asthma for, Decoration day wna a perfect day.: McMillan In Georgia leave this, the week Carolinas for a nummur'stour arid Virginia. to $1 for the year 1001) and flU\ for the (...*.. |.ar..... tat ...?. .../111111. ....al.L)
TEX YEARS IX BED. R. A. Gray
uite crowd All marched received.
a theie. IIWIU.
hree or four and have tried about Q was year was
The latter Is the
years state birthplace -
Bl I the cough and asthma in tbe J. P, O.ikvillo. Ind., writes, "for teu Irom F. W. Munsou's to Mr. I'ieice'mbeautiful liiMid of U. M. Perry principal with
cures years I was con lined to my bed with disease oak: where seats had of our townsman, P. A, McMillan. N. K. KlnnUrd and. Wm. It. Roesch ansure'les J !' Ilrown, waiting ot ft. . . .. 14 00
.Irket and have received treatment grove, ., ., .. U'IIotrry .. ... U: oil
<>m physicians In New York and other of my kidneys. It was so severe been prepared. The exercises opened at Mrs. /S. E. B.irbour Is adding! largelyto to curry a Hmllb.tVelltlltn pis survliiu Jurors ut <.(. .. .... 44.111

{ties, but got little "-benefit until 1 I that I consulted the very best medical 1 o'clock, by singing "My Country 'TIs her bountiful orange glove at Walden lol No. 1UDH.J; caliber 8 K, wan approved. A N Maths. lialllf Jury .. ..... 4 .IKIII.MwItniini
lied very skill available, but could get no relief of Thou," followed by a appropriate cottage. Mr Sumlur. has the wftlk In On niutlon, the roll for .State's wltnessOH .. ..... ... 12ft
Foley's Honey and Tar which gave J 1* Hrown, jurors form .... .. .. .. 40 (An
until Cure -
|u immediate relief and I will never be Foley's Kidney was recommended prayer, b) Rev. J. B. Hawk. iiecltatlon hand. A substantial fence Is now being at the adjoiuneil cpu !iuig term of the wnltl. 1 iron jurors. ... .. ... a on)

inbuilt) it in house. I to me. It has been a Godsendto _'.Vacobat. Lookout Mountain" by 1\1 rs built around Hi' new portion of the orange Circuit; Con it, amounting to 9128.00;, ( wits ., M Osmium. transp for """,.er.. .. ... VS Oil
my sincerely re- me." Sold by B. K. Wilson & Son. A. L. runnt.... Song-"-Just Before the approved. (! M (:",iklllg. rerrytuuan .. .. .. .......... 10 oil
pmmeml It to all. Wilson & :Son.: grove. II liowlxr. '. .... .. .. ..... to onK
Battle, Mul her. Recitation-"A Sol- Some of on r colored 1 residents lumped On motion, I Ihopaj roll fur Mate's wit I. llrail.v. Hro. feed for OH stock sup'. 10 4ft
dier's Offering," by Miss Nina Baldwin. nussuH at the May teimof the County I lift I Mnuisoii, ...run..r I ln<|ii...(.... .. .... Hint
Hobe Fort Pierce. "On Oecorailon Day H. the tl'l\cell".IIIMt week, and l tlunaled, (by Court It A Sweuirueruiuer. noiiMahii .. ... .. .... 8041
Reading approved
by was
Sound. tbe aid of the M"yol ) vailous sheckles I' F w ","IIIAK'k. tight of way......... .. .. 2no onK
.K. Hughes. Song-"During; the Bat to the town's treasury. Our Marshal In the mutter of Interest on outstanding W Hchujrlnr If ... .... ...,.. 7i/ oo
tle." Uecitatlou-"The Bond of Blood," warrants, the Chairman, reported that. Mrs K: l.vman, |I..llpe'... .. .. ...... loon'
all This section was visited by a much Mrs. Louise Walker. Song "After keeps a sharp eye on. all offenders. of the four of the five banks In the had H.MI.U law, If. .... .. .... II ml
early our winter guests have gone needed rain Tuesday.Mr. by ;- town's laws. County Henry Hownian .. .. .. ...... II.M)
jCTtllI the Battle. Uecltatlon-'f'be Dying expressed. their willingness) to carry tho IIIt.acln\ ... .. .. .. .... II miHanility
I Hobe Sound ItBaa Hall, a representative of the Times- Soldier," by Miss Nellie Owen. Kocltatlon One of the most enjoyable dances of outstanding warrants. of the County at Cuylor\ oo
In the Is not quite so lively as Union, was In town this week. -"If I Were. Some One EIRe," by the season took .place at .McMillan's I ball[ the rate of 0' per ceut., whenever the J Mwls :::::::::::::::: : (MlM
winter. Futun, It. ... .. .. .... .... to m
Dell Guy it!unson. I'onjl-'fhe! Soldier's on Friday evening last. Messrs Krllch; funds of the County may rmjulre It. On A fl......, ........ .... .... It (Nl
I So far the weather has been exception- County Commissioner J. F. returned Bereaved Sweetheart." Address-"Tli of Fort Pierce, formed the orchestra on motion It Is. ordered I that from and after Hull Tnlmailicfl, ...... .. .. .. .... U oo

Ply cool for this time of year, but rain from Tltusville. Tuesday.The Unknown Heroes. ," by Hey J. B. Hawk. this occasion, and the music was all that this date, the Hoard of County Commissioners Win Anilnrwin .......... .. .... 5 OOMrs.
". C. Johnson. ...... .... .... .. BOO
I needed( ( now. Woodmen of the World will hold 'It was most excellent. It showed much the most fastidious ootild duslre. John mill' allow and pay any bank In Hsmanthadrinis. .... ... .. .... BOO

I All their annual social next Saturday.Mrs. care, thought/ and I study! In its preparation Shave acted as master of ceremonies. the County holding the County's warrants ., W l,inir .. ... ........... II .m
the farmers are extending their and was well delivered. Then (he Dainty refreshments were served In the. Interest at the rate of Pneries. and labor Is in demand Kilnil l"l.. I.
great Storman, accompanied by airs. crowd, with little glrlt with (lowers and dining room of the Indian River Inn, On motion, the tonderud by (leo.F. .. .
i> grub and clear land. map NM ..IRh.lnM.I" .. .... .... ...... a to
W. J. Bass, left, last week, for Georgia, wreaths, marching two and I two. Then and dancing was kept up until a very I'addlsoo show lir-: rock land at Horse 1} H NII'll1..I..1 work. . .. .... .. .. !\I 00

I The trurk, growers; about Gomez are to spend the summer. the young ]ladles with baskets of (lowers. early hour In the morning. Creek Is tiled, and I Commissioner Conk I LUrlm"jr, h"l..n..ontr.rC.itomi riimi iiis.. .2.,. .. ... ail 00

ruling olf hundreds of crates of stuff Miss Ella nankins left, Tuesday, for The crowd followed, all carring small ling Is appointed a committee to ascertain () H siHlnra.> mail work . ... .... ...... All onNMVIsli t

My. and commission house checks are her old home In the upper part of the flags. The procession matched to the the oust of Und and transportation.Limer II ... .. ... .. .. .. II tlCl
tluntifulj The soldiers' That ThrohhlnJC l Headache. of Commissioner of Agiloultiirt .. ... .. .. ...... /A 7S/
:State: for a much needed reit. cemetery near by. !graves II B ,..'I.1''e' .. .. ... . .. 1000Road
j lIube sound now has a first-class gen- services were decorated (lest, then every grave Would quickly leave you, I If you used relative to sgicultural( stallsllcs was received Kini'l I"ls. I.C .
M Archdeacon B. F. Brown held was decorated with beautiful (lowers. Dr. King's Xew Life Pills. Thousand and Hied.On .. .
store, which Is much appieclated. as 'A 1I:1I.hr'Mk.: roml work .. .... 121)
>rmerly the In St. Andrew's church, morning and Xone being neglected or (',rgotten. of siitTerer have proved their matchless motion the petition of F, M I. For .f Nina) .. .. .. II ill'
|I* miles nearest trading point was evening; last Sunday. A very .fair at- Among the readers of the ADVOCATK:, merit for sick: aud nervous headache.. cst ci. ml|, chlxens of his :Urtl Commission'ei's Taylor Livery fe Trans (*n hauling. lumber T (ooMOMI
away. The store Is ow ned and to listen to two Johnson, roiiU work ... .. .. .. .. ... 9 /soul'ronl
naged byV.. F. /Kwoope who also tendance was present many have loved ones quietly sleeping They make pure blood and build up Dim"lie', praying for H IIItfcl..lle.y| .. ........ .... s 78
*'os a profitable very tine discourses.To tbelr last long sleep In our beautiful little your health. Only 2.; cents, money buck of live: mills for road purposes. Is grant. N JkpwnM'. .. .. .... ..... .S 00
pinery here. >> .. .. ..... ..... .
and and It will be a comfort to If cured. Sold by all druggists.Indianola. ed. .1 M Unnlinw T /RO
j This in pick up the paper: every day cemetery, not K rhmiiiwni .... ..... .... a 7(1llwait (
a busy time with the pineapple read of the great calamities which are them to know that their "low green Tho letter of Mrs. Margaret, Guode to hart. ** .. .. .. ... .... .. 6 oil

powers here. The shipping season Is in various /States. we ought tents". are so tenderly cared for. the Chairman, asking for' it fence along( .1 Hinall .... .. .. ... J MWm
(<"' at us height and everybody Is al- happening to feel thankful that we have thus far her land, was read to the Hoard and the under Hrorhor "" .. .... .. .... tin:'J Oo BOP

Post too busy to speak. W. Gordon escaped such awful troubles. On the first Indication of kidney mAilvr thoroughly dUousauci ; and the ;.1 ,> irr MI, snrvev rosil .. :: :::::::::::::: ;yn on

Brown l Is the leading shipper. He is trouble It Jloaid takes the position that they have .' K Varlny. road work... .... .. .. .. .... .. W i It
tlnl! off Sunday School held stop by taking Foley's Kidney M'NMI Johnsnii. .... .... .... .. II :MHl'ronl /
a carload each day. The The Episcopal The Baker looks much nu l lelotal right to build fences unless) It
: crop Sold B. R. Wilson It Son. cottage very i ,
I About Cure. by It ...... .. .. ... . .... 1:1: 80 .
large and very early, and another their lust picnic last Thursday. Improved In Its new coat of paint, drab. be secure. right- f.wllY, thereby avoiding W WhlttlleM . ... .. ............ S :MJTInrll
Jeanant feature about It Is the cool thirty children accompanied by their with white trimming, and sash painted l ronilninnittloti. proceedings Therefore, .. .... . ... is 44
?eat her and absence of mosquitoes, .supeiintendent and teachers left for Ten St. Lucie. black.J. :. im motion, the rnjueat of Mrs. Goode KC: l.nmlMir Sup C'" mat' for IIKht.| .. M TH it!
',.. ... .. .
7iilch Is A numberof It A ( .kllnll. Insproaii. .. .. .. son
Just j the reverse of last sum mer'i Mile creek at TOO: a. m. large went Tlttmvllle Sunday was refused.! Wm Hr..th.r., road work.... .... .... .. SHU
'lIpplnjt. the children enjoyed a straw ride in a K. Miot up Thus fallowing bills were examined Taylor. A 0''>pr, .... ...... .... .. MM ;
large two-horse wagon, and others In rather dull In this section to attend the regular meeting of uiidlied and Approved by the Board, and"arrllnta W Whiwlar. '. .. .. ..,. .... .... J OS
; Ten Mile Creekwas Things are tbe County Commissioners, and returned. rrankJamiM, 'I .. .. .. .... ..... 101\1'l .
Stuart. buggies of their own. at present, Sl) many having left us. The ordered to be drawn. for the .ClianilMirs. .. .. . ......... T IW> .t '.
reached about 10XO a. m., and soon boys have nearly all gone north. home Tuesday. same, ibis) June :2nd, ]1M'I! : t tfl ItOorOon .. ... .... .... IJ !2fI

after arrival a bounteous feast was spread Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Field, Mr. and Mrs.J. ..n..rsl fund. I. K Hianlard, .... ... . .... 4 /54)Jn.
., .. ..... .
beautiful oak trees by Mrs.\ John Storman: we learn Is now In Athens, .. lied:
Pineapples' for all under the Heed! and Charlie, and !Mr. Keel and "R Walker, Cu Cum; and ..11."e'l) 4 00 .
are going out heavily now dinner Georgia In search of health. We hOleahe If.. Roati "un.II'I.trl"C 4.nWllr..dy..ntraoI .I
the banks of the creek. After Sunday In Georgiana. with Mr. .1 K. "'Ioe. S 4.1K it
.
r"ra three' to son spent 4. ... ... .... .. luo OH
ten cars a day. various games were enjoyed by young will soon be restored to health. and Mrs. J M. Field. A Colliding. .. I't: si) W CarlO.., mail work. .. .. ........ use 3H
The Eiwt Coast old. The party started for home of John n. JonM, It" :III 00J ., f rr.vat;. suipteneonvlntut. ... .. .... so (Oil
Fish Co. has closed Its and Daniels Viking was visitingIn r Hell, :Kl flu)
Major ,
.. .. .
Mr.( Keel has flnUhed H.Humpbry'schimney M ''JIJ..8fIjr..plflr .. .... 1M' 74RlMXl
H house here for the summer months. about ;ilOp.::\ m., arriving there at flflO: Saint Lucie Sunday./ lie was also T A IColilnunn luvt r*">* warden .40 (XI
.
them which Is nearly forty feet high W i H Norwood., HHCUmu| riui.d .* -lt I HHKlwtrlo Vend Ills. '.
L\W Thomas all having thori ughly enjoyed a caller on the Indian River Boat and and baa commenced 1 one for J. K. Field, l.litbl: Co.. ..p 10 m .' (1 Yrlea. ...road .. .. .. ... .. ... .. 8 OOJ
received lumber tbe
a car of and are looking forward to ... A Volts fowl work 00
Juium mlnuus. I
selves Co. Oil
e/s. C S. B. Haney's residence, on ,one. No mosquitoes marred the Launch at his new packing house which Is nearly A John A Ht w..rt, cooiintanl copying .... ..... .. 9MKI. W M Hall. .. :: :: :: :::::::::: :: to IMJ > t,

next cool breeze blow. The weather In this section Is delightfully I completed.The A l> PaniHiy injury county Jnilin. yn onIt r 1111, suiwr rmuts. .. .. .... ...... a oc,
day, and there was a cool. The little mosquitohas (, ri.ulci.n. Salary Pro .Any . .. 3f xi: HprnMal Roa lund Ills. 3.

\\J"r., Hancock' fast ]launch makes Ing. Xext time we hope Mr. Michael In an appearance'ln merry small numbers Improvements are still going on J P ftrnwo. j .1*", an on J r Wuotm for rock .. .. .. ... .. .... 88* 10 '
put "
trips to at home as they caused We 'a Son
WoodUwn Plantation will leave hU rats In the village. notice that Mr. Lap-
en Dh\ getting ready for the family reunion willing on Co Com. 4 Ml flue sad forfeiture Fuml. ,
quite a consternation. little later on. bam ban tbe brick piers built ready for a ,1" P Brown a.p In Cook e..M. 4A MM ., r. 'II..n.. erlm pr>.. ntet... .... ... .. 04 W ,
LW 8eslleyls aa busy as can be. -- a new packing house, on the river front, llariln.. coroner, at lntumt| .... ... 4 ouK A A Atuwart rrlm prune ".. .. .. .. ... 14 lid
dhog two to five carl of pines dally It we did not know that summer Is clone to bis dock. I A. Milton/ HHMtatiU I 71/ J P"",....n. erf m pr.mcuct.... ., ... list so ) .t
all K.xperlences.
Worst of (haa Mast M /MWmffanMO I
no juror A A Huwart rlm pros an ot I* (Ml
tmall job. feel I again with us. we could scarcely realize A. s. Humphry's', In taking down the noF.l I, I. flaiilitan: noovfi-t f.mi :: .: :: :: :::: ao ou
Walter Can anything be worse than to tbat It Is so. The delightfully cool ocean his ......IIID. .. M /INI J V Hrown, twin on DIM** i-o nt .. ... .. ... 9 ooerlm
t ,!, Kitcnlng has Just added another that minute will be your last? breezes tbe sweet warble of birds the scaffolding from Dew chimney, step- J Johnson 4' ... WMJ .. proa J V ft . .. .... 1.1: IIIrJlad..ty"
f hla charming home, by In- every of Mrs. S. U.Newon and port upon a nail which entered tbe side ; Je".r.on If >. M 13 ; ., .. ... .... .. .. 221
the experience of trees all
emerald bushes
Such was green W A Hicks, H .4 sor
g a of his left foot. We bope It will be all .
ne r Klln Prisoners Fund.
piano.oratloo three |(
Decatur, Ala. -For Jean- tend to the smoothing out of JIe's..OO8 right in a day or two. A Moriran. ,lnanrmne 0 Dbw.r",.. W oHrav J I. Brown flailing prl..m.r*.. .. . .... 55 MOn
: Insufferable pain from Indigestion m atau bank. Inc t W m
:: : Day was observed here by I endured and sorrows.
A A Stewart nm Mria motion the Board adjourned to
'd ':''tlzen All the public buildings stomach and bowel when trouble.doctors We wonder wby Saint Lucie Is not en- : I $i.ra.IvJ. elks deed..I:: : ; ; ; ; ; 4'> meet tbe first Monday July, 1003, at
and Stripe Satur- Death seemed Inevitable Driven to aperatlon.. I, It iMickar, b,1 elks ofllo contract etc...114'> oil
1eltars flying titled to school bouse. We learn H :30 .. m.
remedies failed. At length I was a new J f Jirown.eonvennvtets toeamp.. IT DOA
,'chDu Sbuoday there were service In and all Electrlo Bitters and the most of the parents of the school children Living at an oat of the way place, remote A HMwart, rep tax rwl.,. 19 lit/
rc Induced to try (U[ II Walton blki iboilir office. .. . IMCH
miracoioul. I Improved at of this place are very ranch opposed from civilization, a family Is often .. .. .0 WARNING. you hare kidney or
13 O'JII
r\ng\ the result eindnow was I'm completely recovered" to sending them to Fort Pierce, chiefly driven to desperation ID case of accident 1 VI Walton If Jrew.book<* for elk.... . . 10 /MlTom bladder trouble and do not use Foley'sKidney
? summer kidney Irrejrularfll o kidney stomach oa acconnt of the distance, as) some of resulting In barns, cut, wounds, nicer, Jotooaoti. work on Jail. _. .. 3 00 Cure, you will have only your

Oblften: caused by excessive: drink- she writes.trouble.For liver Electric, Bitten, U the them are rather small yet, and need look etc. Lay In a supply of Backlen's Arnica ;A 01......... earryID.-1. to (urjr. .......... ..... S 01)MrsDl4.serbo.rdferjury. self to blame for results, as It positively
570Iten. /
'da... ? overheated. Attend to the aDd bowel Only SOc. It's guaranteed ing after. Give a* a school, and make I Salve. It's tbe best on earth. 25c: at ." 0'HaI'.. "..b.a... .... . . IM core all form. of kidney and bladder
oncey using Folel' Kidney only medicine. .. disease. Sold II. R. Wilson A. Son.
as all happy. all drug stores. T T Wctmor, K*. IM by
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his life and upstairs IS DlS scuay, a
cozy little room. The Best is Found the Cheapest.

Let Us Thresh the Another house of Interest In, connection -
with the poet Is the "Old Manse/'

Matter Out made famous. by :Nathaniel Hawthorne tl )x,
ThlM was built by the Rev. William UNITED.Pineapple

No Potash-No Fruit KiixTHon In 17'I<"> and was Halph Waldo .
I JJ/lJfirMOI1'a.: home for a number of years
t No Phosphoric Acid-No Seeds "
It watt here that he wrote "Nature.
No No Leaves Hollow aim bea A11"y
Nitrogen-- Sleepy cemetery will ir-1
I'' Mercu for centenary visitors, for it Is Jq'kSOFF -
= These three here that Emerson's Crave will be /

; things must found us well us till graves of such Pc

: be suppliedto other IlhiMtrloua purple ns Thoreau, the ,

soil. Alcotts and ;Nathaniel Hawthorne.Emerson's .
A your resting place In marked by a

Write to us huge rose quartz bowlder" to which la

and we will( affixed a, copper tablet Inscribed with I

;, end you the date and place of. birth of the phi.

eome books ,losopher.Concord. V
the has Indeed been the home of WRAPSArc
_ giving; 1
gist of the whole matter notulilen. A little way up Main street e.. )If
stands tho old dwelling place ft Margaret + tolli
UKBMAN KALI WORKS Fuller between whom*ooel Emerson -

VII ftuMH Ml*N.w York a warm friendship existed. She tho Best. Ask

was the editor of the Dial, a high class your N('ighbo

literary and rellirlous magazine which

air -.: was t'tabllllherl-by Emerson In 1840.

Another house on the same street was Tri-'Veekly Sailings We Make Them in all Colors.
the home of Wlllinin Monroe, once one

Free and of Concord the great has men many of Concord.other Interesting BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK. -

Accented ;, Masons. landmarks. Passing the cemetery one 'For Tomatoes try
A
sees an old mansion which was usedas Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) '

a blockhouse at the time of King

Indian No. 90Tltunvllle Philip's WII r. On Lexington road is the The Finest Steamships in the Coastwise ServiceThe UNITED D

k idFI Wright tavern built In 1747 reputedto Vegetable Paper

River have !been the favorite drinking Clyde New England and Southern Lines. ,

t v. place of Pitcairn I the ICng. nh chief. Direct (service Between

Lodge rr \ Florida. Next to the tavern stands a church and all Eastern Points One trial, will make you our customer.
built the of the old Concord Jacksonville Boston Providence
Hold. It* meatmici the .mtoiultml 1 fourth Fri. on plan ,

j day Hotel of Tltm wall niotitli iMB,.HC a.1'M their o'clock room p., liiillml II.. River meeting house where the flrwt provincial (Calling at Charleston. S. C., both ways) If your dealer docs not handle UNITED BRAND of Papers write to
Couress of delegates, from the
WEEKLY SAILINGS
SEMl
T. rurrnthomVornhli.ful .Miuiter.T. -
.f'i. Aat.der., Hmiinr Wanton. town of Massachusetts organized )In flontkbound..........."...."".. .......... .... .. .. ...... .from Lewis Wharf Boston ,
Il aW'nrrollJunlnrR'arden.: April, 1174.Tbl'n. Northbound... ...... ......... .. ........ ...... ......from loot of Catherine Street: Jacksonville UNIP'r.E ]' PAP1Co.
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J. M. Dixon, Tr .amirnr.F. -
A, Morman "oretary.iii. too, there! Is the famous Concord .
J.B.R.\\1'.Walker Brown, (Clmplaln.Mentor:. Ouuucin.P. bnttli'RTound.' where wns "fired Clyde St. Johns River Line. SOUTHERN' OFFICE, ,. ATLANTA

%V, Robort.lunlnr. DHimm.F. the shot braird round the" world" when -- -- -
r''' .. M.'f..y'.r.l4.m'.r' rtmward.K. the first" conlllct for American Independence (Denary Line.)
A. I.nnlny, Junior Huward. AND 8A FORD. A,
M. E. EnglUh!: Tyler. was begun. It Is only a few BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE ,
-- .. steps from the old mnime to the battleground Stopping Palatka, Attor St. rrancln, Here.ror -- -- ---- -- ---- tlt.Joho'.IUver.
the
on
and! townfolk tell the story
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STEAMER "CITY OF JACKSON LB. TCLtLA
EMERSON CENTENARYANNIVERSARY of how Emerson's grandmother held 18 APPOINTED TO SAIL AS FOLLOWS I ssmac r0( ND

her children up to the window and linireHsnl f eavS Foot Catherine Street,Jacksonville HXU: p. m .. .. ... ... .. Sunday. Tuesdays and Tlurdaye] .si p yIl
upon) them the significance of Leave. Sanford 111:11I: ... m... ..... .. .. ...... .. .. .... ... ....Momla>a WeilmmJajrs and Friday.filoutbhountl. { "e"a CfllC'A'IUN.SAJ' f 59uR0czkh .tD
Northbound. t Jr \N ,
OF PHILOSOPHER'SBIRTti the battle then being fought by the lead down. SCHHDULU head up II I '

x I TO BE OBSERVED. patriots and the reilcoiits.1IENUV Leave 330 p.m. ....... .. ......JACKSONVILLE .. ...... .. .. ... .. ... ...Arrive::1.00 ..m
.. H.4Ap.m.......... ......, .. ..... ...PALATK*.... ... .. ... ... ... .... Leave 8.IMI< > pin
; A. BRUCE. Boa a. m.. .. ... ... .. .... ...... .,.u\'fOlt< ..... .. .. .. .. .. .... .. .. ..... 2-30 pin
t . .. ... .. ... .... ... ....... fit
Ito Old Hum In Concord III..., to ".80 a.in ................ .. ST. 'IIAN'JS. .. 1.00 p.m !
I II ...... .. ....... .....JlERltlli.OIIl.lJltLAND!: ( ) .... .. .... .... .... 12.00 n'n Tar
t lie the Some of n limit Gathering Hot Weather 'Weakness.. Arrives80 a. m.... ................. .... HAS .. ,Rl> . ....... .. .. .... ..... .. B.30 ....mto sr'LOUis lA'lllonro
oi Llterarr l' r."miHr..-Tli. I'roraniiu 10.00a.rn... .. .. .... ........ .KiNTERI'lUSE .. .. ... . .... ... .... ... .. lU.OOa.mCen'l
If yon feel fagged out, listless and
For the
Day Ticket 204 W. St. Jacksonville.
Passenger and Office Bay ,
t o i. lacking In energy/ you are perhaps suffer. tea
1 ISpealal Correppondcnce. log/ from the debilitating/ effects of summer r.M. I IRONMONGER, Amt.aen. PaM.Agt.; 204 West Hay. St.; ,Jacksonville. Fla.
Concord !Mnss., !Marsh 31.-Tho centenary weather. These symptoms Indicate THO8. HALEY, t. Jacksonville. C P. LOVKL.L AMt.; Supt.; Jacksonville. ,.
that A tonlo U needed that will create a JOHN. L. HOWARD, Superintendent. Foot Hogan St.,Jacksonville, Fla. C/TJI' tg
4 uunlver iiry of the birthday of make digestion A.C. HAOKUTY lon'l Ea t'o Puna.Aict.New York. CLVDK MII.NIC, U..... Frt. Aft.; :New York.
Ralph Waldo Umcrsoii: which will be healthy appetite, perfect naturalactivity \ THEO. U. KOKll!: General Manager. IVM. r CL.YOK A (Jo.LGeuoral Agent KARR/Mrl/V/
regulate/ the bowel und Impart Cnenebrougb Building, 19 State St.,Opposite Battery Park. New York.
celebrated! by literary toclotlt'H through to the liver. Thin, Herblne will OfT
C. II. WALTON. Tltiisvllle Fla.
out the country on JIuy 23, has directed do; It I I.. a tonic, laxative and rentoratlve.II. Agent, ,
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I ttM attention of till lovers of the J. Kreegard, Propr. Grand View Hotel '_-
Cheney, Kan., writes : "I have used J lfi
4 Now England poet und phlloHophor to lerblue f..r the lat 12: years, and n thIng SE Jl3<> I> jy r.SA.Pt.M
1 this town of historic ImppciiliiK. where fin earth can boat It. It wan reo 'mmen.lftllO -

he lived until hili death In April, 1SS2.: me bv Dr. Newton, Newton, of Bt' G
" A The pwpleof Concord are naturally Kan." COu at WIlHon A mm, THu vllle. AIR LINE RAILWAY.FOR hY f COLrJ1d g1PAIINtz l

greatly Interested In tile nppronililnAnnlvernary ;

wore i-spci'lally bemuse 4dgp
here FRUIT PICKING DEVICES.A BJ.AcJ'llLLl
commeinorntlv exeivlxoM' on a bra

large scale will tm held. SAVANNAH, COLUMBIA, CAMDEN: SOUTHERN PINES, RICHMOND
Third llmtil Clever and C.*fuU For affirm.-.
The oaornlnK will !ht'lh..n over to
/ Ladder (,'>rr>'luw Made Ka: .,.. WASHINGTON, BALTIMORE PHILADELPHIA NEW YORK, SAVAUiJJI
the (rhlldren mid wrvU-eM will hu hold SMOOTH
in the various publkHchopU.. To chll.It The cut shows some devices of the RUN

fruit hOr.etltlllg11'1"011 whoso usefulness Two Elegant Tialns Dally. .' fIJl'SOUTHERN
1Irn.;.;;_".,...... "lI r .'. la worth considering by those to J
anii whom they are unfamiliar with a Seaboard Express, Seaboard Mail. _),",nClf1JIlII. -

view to taking advantage of It to light-
ell the labor> of another year. Everyone MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT. RAILWAYqiYy1LU'

i who has ever picked fruit from a ONLY LINE I .Jacksonville
Operating Dally Through Sleepers to New Orleans.
adder tins longed for a third hand. A
third baud Is shown In u' cut by New reservations WASHINGTON, NEW YORK II ASHVILLE and
_For full Information and call on any Agent
I Snghuid Homestead. I It la simply apiece Seaboard write "\ and the EAST. HOT SPRINGS N. C.
l +setur ) of No. I 9 wire bent ns Indicated.
Vltb It you can draw In a limb tout Is A. O. MACDOXELL: Ae.t. Oen. Pass. A ?t. S. C. BOVLSTON: Pass. Agt. CINCINNATI, CHICAGO "THE LAND OF THE SKY"

just"' out of reach und. hooking the othr JACKSONVILLE
FLORIDA. The
l end to the ladder can easily pick NORTH and WEST... || Ann "The Sapphire Country"Newest

the fruit, or you can simply hold the -- -' --- ----- D.'gn Dlnlntf Car

ro? 11mb. The device may be used. to as- Pullman c... S.wvice
K slat in supporting the ladder whore the On. All Train. Th. B....
Atlantic Coast Line
limbs are not sulllclently strong to .
R'y SOUTHERN RAILWAY H. F. GARY DIMrlcl ..?....c.rArant'
bear Its weight by hooking to another 108 W Bar Str..l. J"CICSO"'LL. FLA. .

W.A.Tung P. T. M.. Waihlniton.. D. C. S. H. HAHDWICB. O. P. A..W.a dnpon. D.C.
The Great Through Car Line from Florida. Wn H.Tavi o.. A. G. P,A., Atlanta. Ce.I .

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CJ TO Till: KAST. I -
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I : 1 Over Its own rails to Savannah Charleston Richmond and Washington, thencevia
reu .
II the Pennsylvania Knilru.ul.
CORK KB o1 XMEBHON'a LIIllURT. _&n.: YOU A '
THIHU UAISD' -IJALANC'ED' LADDER
dren of a larger growth this part of the TO Till WKST.;
and stronger/ limb. It III also\ valuable
I celebration will be especially Interest' The Louisville & Nashville, via Montgomery The Mobile it Ohio R. K
In picking I fruit with it. Hook
u
Inl:. reminding them IIM It will of the In ono
day in 1873 when, taw ho.vs and girls of cud over it limb or u ladder round and TO THIS EAST VIA STI AIUSIIIP. !

4i Concord: turned out In force to welcome use tho. other, for supporting the reecptiiclo. Via Savannah and Ocean Steamship Company for New York Philadelphia, Bos Boat Builder or Owner

I till sage on his return from a visit to ton. Via Norfolk Steamer to New York Washington and Baltimore. Via Savannah .
Europe. The uialu function however, A Country Oentlemaii correspondent and Merchants' and Miners'. Transporttaion Company for Baltimore -
III mire thnt If the reader used
once n aud
Philadelphia
will take place at the First Parish
adder marked to Indicate the
center
Meeting IloiiMi" la till IIfl..fnlIOn. when
f there will b. addresses by Professor ot gravity be would mark any he bad TO KEY WKST AND HAVANA.Via .
occasion: to use In the future In thin > -If You Are, Buy One Of-
Charles Eliot Norton Senator i Urge Peninsular & Occidental Company.
F; Hour, Colonel ThoinaH \Ventworth U"IIIII'r.1thollt some distinguishing \
Illaghnsun and Professor William mark It U almost Impossible, to tell at Connection Made Jacksonville for all Points
James of 1111 r\11r.l. In the evenlmtthetv vhnt point you wiint to place it upon '

will b" a dinner, with a number your shoulder In (carrying/ from" place MILEAGE TICfJ TM. Walton's Patent Calking Tool!
to place. If too much. Is behind you.
of taw old friend of Emerson
as guests Interchangeable tickets
It. will trail; If too much Is In front ; mileage good; over 13,000 miles of among the principal
of honor. railroads In the southern states, are on salt by the principal apenU.
you are much like a poked animal. A
t i The nrranKPiiientit. for the affair are For reservations Information
scratch will answer a lead pencil apply to agents of the A. C. L., or write,
In charge of the Nodal: circle, an orvjanUutKm mark la bettor, l_ut! Is not permanent RANK: C. BOYLSTON, Commercial/ Agt. W. O. STARK Trav. Pass Agt. Invaluable to Boatbullders and Owners of Boats.
founded 1TS2, of which KinorHoo
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.V band of paint In some contrasting l.'W-West: Bay St., Astor Building JACKSONVILLE, FLA. %
/lIl1'lIIlIt'r
a wan a for forty-three II 31. EMERSON Trafllo Manager w. J. C) Oen'l.
\lU. Pass.
joars. The circle has but tweutytlvemembers color U best an it can be distinguished WILMINGTON[ N. c. Aeent In Use all over Florida and the North.

and only In Case of n vuonncj at u glance.To .

In. a new member uduiltttHl. ,t>niiiklttee -
: bo good and disagreeable. I. high
consisting of Samuel: Hoar L>. treason utfuluat the royalty of virtue.iloore. .- Calks otl] +
Boats
II. MacilouHld. Kdward; J. 1""rtlt.tt.11- more Rapidly than any

I )lam L. Knton and Thomas. I.. Kills: has

cite rgu of the programme for the day. .
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I Aa a matter of ('ollrthe huiulreiU dsveritahi.drscnnoftil, Tool World.
hnalth It tmv Calking in the
who will visit the city for the Emersoncentenary more pbydcal wreck.tb.a probably any othcrooljy .
Caw pm unarto.tmertcan.
will want to pay a visit to CONTINUE WHY 1 61n.pby bccanse
upon the Brat
: the house in which ho did HO much of t of the mntaly the s} stem is a.ualiy tndicatlon
nU work. The uld iiiiintlnii Htiindt. Quinine, or that deadly ml neral-cslomel, with
at
Those who are galnlner fle.h \ Don't Do It. It'. DanS.roua.
tho comer of the Lt xln :lou turnpike and ment strength with by regular treat- I necessary L.thu. v.a poeliivuly guarantee It isn't at all Five Thousand Sold

y aiut the Cuml>rlJ e rOI\.IIIII.IIII now oiclipliMl >
by MN Kllfii Kinernun, the |io- Scott's Emulsionshould HERBINE

eta eldest daughter, w ho him been living continue the treatment i r y1X T and rrna.n.y coca any form of natsetA

there in retirement lie the deathof In hot weather .ma er dose cml! lom :nn.f tbrlr d..liR,,..t.1.I11 Price, $4 and $8 each.
and A little cool milk with It will ean n.all Ii-. .
tkfuey..d
her father. The house U practically do away with any objection b00perbottle. Ali ".w.Oh trnubt.a
In tho name condition an It was when which I* attached to fatty products Druagisls.tom' .
during the heat.d
he passed away It Itands dome little .....on. n .w:
distance from the road nnd U half hidden Send. for fre. Mmptc.. May be obtained of the Walton Self-Looking; Block Co-
SCOTT a flOW 1'1' IL. Ch.ml.ta. ,
by clump of pine tree To tho 404'S P.a,1 Stre.t. N.w. Yert.s. ". Atlantic EAST
right of the entrance in the library in .... ,..eo 1 .n drvggt.a Avenue. Boston; or at the office of the
whu-b luiuuntun of W. It. WILSON .C SOX.
? ai> ut a great Dart
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TITUS VILLE.
? evening dress but that once uVdn. n -, 11.f

RELIC OF NAPOLEON. time Uncle I\IU'II ron>lm: representatives F<>:R. S.A..LE. :,,1' ,.

IAN: :RIIVER: rEaioi'isx-i: : ,, ----- wore ii uniform HM gorgeous 114anyboclj's .
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This little -- -- -
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THE LOUISIANA PURCHASE. pointer which show the educational Hotel with Seven Cottages and 10
value of
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TITUSVILLE, .. expositions.CHAHLES
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: EDWARD LLOYD. Acres of Land.
FLORIDA To H. Shovriwiit! St.! L..ol. Fair laConn

> /th tilled state.*
TO CORE A COLD IN ONE nAY
EihlMt-Curl*.. SoaTC-nlr of Karl?
J. Ii. BAST, Pioprietor. Take Laxative: Bromo Quinine Tablet.
Diplomatic Svrvlce.Special All druggists/ refund the money if It fall

( Corre.pondraee.I i to cure. E. W. Grove's signature i Is on
DUCK 8IIOOTINO. W. n. each box. :2:rots.
St. Louis April 0. lion.
/ )ep
i .. n and FISHING. Michael, who n-pri'sents the depart- A New Cnrmrftu story." j :
rtrw..r went of state on the United States Thus the M. I', happened to paw on ,
'
mota Rates: $2 M) per day. government board, has recently pur- this new Carnegie story nay the Table ',1* !'t.

$10 and $12 per week* chiifH-d several articles which will add and name Magazine: "One evening at 'MV Ii b bN
a reception Mr. Blaine said to me 'Do + "
__ Interest to the exhibit of fils department ,
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you know Mr. Carnegie baa put a '
JACKSONVILLE.INDSOIl at the Louisiana Purchase expo strange question to me-whether be "

---- sition. Conspicuous among these 1 18 a should accept the offer of a seat In the :, I II'

[ HOTEL . bronze medallion bearing the bonds of house of commons or one of an electionto I'

Napoleon I. and Merle L0\118e, struck the house of representatives 'And : !
.IACK"OXVILIE'8 FINEST AND FLORIDA'S off by order of the emperor to commemorate what advice did! you givo him, Mr. ,r.I
LARGEST AND BEST Y1SVK-KOUND: HOTEL. the Louisiana purchase. Underneath Blalne I asked ''Ob I told him; be I "

U the two finely executed heads answered, 'that It be accepted a sent / ':,:'
in the house of commons he would be I
la American eagle under an aureole '
mi : l' '
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a greater man America, but If betook
of atnrs. Surrounding the medallion I la
an election" to the house of repro'sentutlvea : '
a scroll emblazoned: with emblems
he would be a greater man
typifying the amity which existed between In England.' :,,1'I
t .
Franco and America. The 7t I

whole la Inclosed In an old gold frame t ; t r""
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YOU KNOW WHAT You ARE!: TAKINO \
M which dates back to the days of the When you take Orove'a Tasteless Chill Located at SARNO, three quitter of n' mile south of KAU: O A LI,IK, J.'J.ORI- I ,+9,

; empire. It was the propeity of one ofNapoleon's Toulo because the formula Is plainly HA. on the Ran, (lalllo River loss than half a mile from the Indian River nod two ; i

generals from and the gruud-Major printed on every bottle showing that It is and a half miles from the Oceair. The J property! Ix two bundled miles south of ,,1 '' 1 i
Michael got it direct Imgly! Iron and Quinine In a tasteless
daughter of the original owner to fovm. No cure, No pay. /fiOcts.( Jacksonville, on the Kloildit l .. K.ixt:: Count HIIII1'nyItll the Itailioul: Motion adJoining : i

whom It dt'lIcI'Dlh'll. the piopoity. llulldliucH} oiecied, In 1 1MMI\ und mime of them have never I t

The medallion and Its symbols recall when to liny Itrevtlvra. boon occupied the. original: owner having': died n few mouthearter their completion.
4
it'I'e me to iii\est III fowls insteadof 'I
the fact that Napoleon once had The hotel was opened for about two month prior, to tho outlet's death, and ,I
fall 1 Is the time to 1 f
eggs buy. consider
a strong' following In the section Included has not boon used! Hliioo. All the buildings/ ware entitled, In the most substantial '.t'', '
It u better plan to buy stock,rather 1
territory
in the Louisiana purchase than ecus. 'Iheu we me'' better able manner and arc now In uxoolleiit. condition., The hotel niiil|ttogt!s me completely t".t$ "
und in Canada and that great furnished and llttlo of the furniture has broil used. There -
felt for him when hewu to know Juxt what we me getting, very ever are two'r'F.
sympathy banished was to St. Helena. This while If we wait until spring and buy aiteslrtii wells, twenty elxtcins connected', with vvuer'uto.The ; y t.'t" 9

found frequent exprenslon egJlIlt will\ be niiiily a year before we property cost the original/! owner *IKtmII> and! will be sold! at R sacrifice. ,I! It' 1

sympathy \ can tell what kind of birds we lime.Bleeders The above cut fairly tepioxent the propoity., I t .
BuOE & CULLENS, OWNERS AND PKOPUIKTOKS.JACKSONVILLE the newspapers HOIIKS and l poems of \ Ita
-... -- -- that '(>och. (! do not Keep aver more than For particulars apply\ to or address II# '':
The most substantial movement In about enough to complete their breeding E/KA: F. HATCH, D. L. OAULDKN, WM. A. WAUNOOK, : ;

his favor started in New Orleans and pens) and will dispose\ of their surplus Caretaker on 1'1''mh'l'lI.ttOI'D"y' for Owner, Agent.for Owner, ,:

OVAL: HOTEL Fl.... extended to St. LoulsN"uiid Canada. Thoriginator stuck tit fair price It will) be K.ui: O.illln, Kloild.i. lltiiMVllle Flit.; Jamaica, N. Y. t.' I' I
cheaper lu buying to )procure live or six I
(Jlrot, a
of It wee M. ij ,
birds! say male nod He( pullets, as :
citizen of New Orleans. Ills IF i:
lieutenant wealthy was M. I'eugney of St. they will cost Ices proportionately and you. WANT A... ;; :
wltb good I housing and cure they should
Opposite postolnVe. Centrally located. Thoionglily: : repaired lamll'lI- LOUH! an rx-o Ulcer In Napoleon's of the army lay a /good many ws', n large numberof ',
hud the cruse
who won which may be used for hatching and
of Honor and who wns a near Lot
novated. Newly furnished throughout. Lllarallycundncted. . Legion kliiHiimu of tho Count de Monlholou, III make this n way!good!the beginning, ,owner will from be his able new to ...Building ,, i I ) '

exile In (St.
who shared Napoleon's .
RateR $3.SO:\ per day and up. stock during the following year.-l'oul- I
Helena.' try Monthly or a lot with a BUILDING HEAI>Y'J.'OH OCCUPANCY, t Ji u uy
trot furnished the money and -
M. "
1{. W. SPERRY, Propiletor.iSTMORELAND M. Peugney the naval anti military HOW'S 'Phhd LAND FOIt AN OKANOK (1UOVK, ,L','\ I

experience to fit up vessel, manned We otter one hundred dollar reward 1MNKAPPI.K: PLAN'I'ATIONor'1'RUCK GARDEN, 1'
sailors' and soldiers bo bad been for any cane, of m\tal'rh that cannot be :I
by We probably have for sale just what you are seeking ,'
drilled In the suburbs oNew cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. la
HOTEL West hay and Cedar Streets carefully Orleans to climb rock escarp K. J. Chennoy .. Co., props., Toledo Settlers are flocking,; lu but still there Is room. If you arc I.
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. O. We the undersigned, have known K,
ready to sail this line
looking to
drop
menta. The vessel was way a :
.1. Chenney for the last 13 years and be-
American plan. Centrally located.! Just built and opened when the news of: Napoleon's death lieve him perfectly honorable In all business JAS. E. INGRAHAM 3r(1 Vlce-l"rt"ddent" 'r
reached MM. Glrot Ilml1'eugnl'Y. The transactions and llnitnolally able to :

this seiiHon. Fine cooking,; and Rood table. Hot and Cold Water object of the expedition was to torch carry out any obligations made by their BLOKIDA! EAST COAST K'Y, tlAT.

bly rescue Napoleon from his island firm. Went A Truai, Wholesale Druggists AUGUSTINE. FLA. t' '
Baths, Elevator eto. Five minutes from, any wharf or depot. All prison oDd bring him to New Orleans. 'Toledo 0., Welding, Klnuan A -- 1'


street cars pass the floor. Rates I $2.00 Mrs.to 2.A.">J.0 per VVALKEU day. Proprietor. elegant that They M.were home Glrot so Napoleon's built confident und furnished of occupancyon his rescue an ly ruuoous Marvin,Hall's acting, surfaces Wholsale Catarrh directly Cure of Druggists upon the Is system.taken the blood Toledo Internal Price and O. Subscribe for the ADVOCATE and get all i the i :::


.. Hue St.:: Louis in New Orleans. This Sold all
73o bottle. by Druggists
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per
for News of the East t Coast week.
Interest
u .\ UnluZg.e house was an object: of and Its location Testimonials freo.lIal1'a every ', r'
/ Orleans
generations !in New Family Pills are the best r rI
still be pointed out. Tbgraudxons <
can t ti
of :M. IVugney, now prowl I: ;

nent citizens of St. Louis pocxess a
Clarendon Inn
:1
ie SEVBUEEZK, KLA. chest of documents und Napoleonic( 1 ."r
would invaluable
souvenirs that prose : lI

additions to any Napoleonic museum ..
1
OPEN THROUOIIOUT THE VK\R. I'j
These documents have never been

Roving the iSolEn''ely' remodeled. refurnished and! under new manage translated. It is said that some of :-- '. i
these came from St. Helena after Napoleon's m i :
ment Dent! Northern !bet'vice. Special rates by the week and for the season death. ,
t
Clarendon Inn bases meet all ti.ilnn at Daytona Station. Address the Claien- Iteceutly( I was dlxcusidng the propoxed -' .

,don Ins, Saabieeze.:! Florid*. F;. 1.. POTTER, Prop.C. Glrot expeditionlth n United ,

II. KVAPPE, Mgr.JENSiN. States knew the consul story stationed nnd 'promised!In Canada.' to send lie! A NEW INVENTION. w

-- -. -- ---- me further proofs of it from the family 1. j I ;i J I II

of a distinguished French refugee \

who also had many manuscript papers I j .
bearing on the same subject an well as Recently Patented all Over tbe World. \ I 4'
L FRESCO ROTE L JEVSEV, FLA. documents showing that many French \ .

Center of Pineapple Bolt Canadians contributed money and men 'I ,,

Lw. UNDER NEW :MANAGEMENT. _*X\ to M. (rot's I expedition.Another : S
Michael has :
Major
curiosity
The prettiest location on Indian River. Large, beintlful grounds. Near Is the lapel of a coat which The Walton t ,
the \ Letters and purchased
Ocean Floe Fishing and! Hunting. Terms reason iblu. uniform I II
Telegrams attention gives one an Ideit of the gorgeous I tV
reserving rooms will receive prompt I
JOHN t*. PAI.K Owner and Pioprietor. once worn by our diplomatic und I

-. --_. .- ... --.-- -- consular broadcloth' oftlcers.cohered Thin with lapel\ acorns Is of blue and Self-Locking Tackle Block. J V ,I '

SIn: LTJ 1t ISLAX1, OFF KONG ISLAND, N V oak leaves embroidered with gold : .',

thread.It Madx In vitrtoiK' shapes' and slzen of 1/l l

has a history. Virginian, was WOOD WON nod IlKOXXfC. Will. I !
sent to the court at Versailles us American ". r..
anhanset House and Cottages. minister. Secretary of State Llv- wok t'<1",11)! well with rope| rlutinor,

Inlt ton hud prescribed n regulation wire rope.Will ,,, \

uniform the official plans. of which work at any height, upulda down I f4, ,

SHELTER ISLAND OFF LONG ISLAND N. Y. will be on exhibition at Ht. I..ouili. The horizontally, or at any angle|| and will s s.Wqr

WILL OPEN JUNE aorti! ,' IPO.J.: official tailor was II Mr. Loudouii from | and I lock a any p)1 nc. I

Two and one-quarter bourn from New York via: Long Inland It. R. HeaHh-" Virginia/ whose whop. was opposite. the Invaluable' for every kind of business : r 11

tully Mtuared un Magnificent; bay, amid beautiful scenery 18-hole (foil linfcs United States treasury" in 'Va hlngton. where a block Is needed, frequently' IIln'I? 1
New York m.lhtrt.Nit. 'iltoes, Pure water. The minister a gay young bach i
Yacht (Club; station. No moHq new InK the labor of one man or more.
{Dry atmonpbere. Driven and graveN, boating, bathing fishing, dancing, elor. ordered the uniform and started '
like It for strercli-
Nothing hanging\
Beautiful Otis elevators suite with baths, eta be appeared ac
muHio halj, electric light, for his post where wwt--
wires.Address.
Ing
For terms and Illustrated pamphlet address, cording to Livingston's requirements, t tI
resplendent In knee breeches !gold buckles W t' ;t 1 all communication to the .. Y
K"BEUT MURRAY Manager Hotel Ponce do Leon St. Augustine: Fla. : I I i, I II I II
abort sword rockgd bat and a I ll It ( '
coat of blue broadcloth elaborately I j t" h I Walton Self-Locking Block Corr q qc

YOKIC embroidered\ (;oltl braid. ,
NEW c I A ,
He remained In France a year or .I. (Incorporated) ;

two came buck to Washington met I .' LI,4null II Office and Warcrnnm Got Atlantic Ave 1'I ?' 1 / ', VI till '

fell In love with und married a VIrginlii h ? y Near Uows's Wharf, Klevated Htatlon.MASS. I' v ''I r y ill

otel Marlborough] girl. He was hard up for funds. rlgN' ;I I O TO !: 1 1p
Lie costly diplomatic coat In ,
no he left I ,, -- a 1 I
'Loudouii' bands security for _
Mr. as
YORK. Sample Blocks can be seen 10& the AlVOCATK >> 1'' JI'91 :I IIII II,,, ..
Broadway, :filth and .171.hstieefs, :NEW the dress suit in which be was marritr1. office, TltusvllJe.! III +'.
'It came. 200 bath rooms. Lighted:: entirely with electric light..Conod In the meantime the administration -

< on American and European. plans an.ll" managed under the personal changed and William 1':. Marcy The following, out of htll.dret.la.are a sample of the testimonial received by the Walton Hnlf-Locklng Block Co. : Ii
''I\'ervlllioo\ of the the new secretary of state, being
owner.lotel E. S. ROWELL, Manager. 01 Illjickoton HCr..., Hmton,Jan '14, J'jo.1. :
democratic, abolished the diplomatic !
..
.
very and consular uniform. W.U.T'/ixNTl.rsv asLV Uw'aird-Yoo IILIW'II 111..1( .". U) sire In hIm.e relwn't on Oh. p..lnal wnrking 01. your 1fI't.I""klnl' ( ....111.{ l"l blocks ..hl..h... obtained, ....... 1
.
world,,' ...11"... ba" 0..1 dItrrene kieAs. 0' 1>101'11.10 .... 'JII'c.ry, nn our.1e..t..1 ....ell. II..II"K' &11.11..1( cram 0... Ilaur to an.dh.r.to.w. .
The minister had no further use for '"mI.ban given (hit W.lu.n s.lf. '....klnlt blovks a pretty JE"O' t..tand nod them. tie "'..et n.It..I I..an't I.... bl.'ks. 0' this klnl ... beta ever mmi.'or 1 1be
Broadway ami! .I1etStreet, the gold embroidered (coat 110Je went ItlO s great Inventlnn and .e a'. fIt".J to .. you thus t .nw...sail. oe.rs than pl.wed C know that at I..t we hsve found whet we bore y.arJ. .. I IVoun ''1,
Yendome (or. You can UM ably notic. in any why T' buutl"lf
ft and Mr. Lourloan o I
redeeming .
NEW: Y03K CITT. off without v ry truly.W DfXCAX A: CO.
!
I bud to remove and sell the gold .

REPROOF.( :300 .Ingle and en suit', with private bath aDd toile I braid to reimburse him for the dress) *.. llrnfxm:...';-A, b\i\ two'* Co w'k* ago I pnrrl ..)11! from yon a pair of 5 In. MlMnrklnK. tackle, btoukji.. with ItO feel. of rope,and you sikxl lea at

on. EUROPEAN rooms PLAN. Good room. *1,BO\ ; large room. $2; and with salt the TIle Incident.lapel was kept as a souvenir th. tinrjiyrj. say toth.I 11m eo.nI'very much I tonn"pl.a.ed thin. wit,honTflad' th. block. put ri;h'all the tax*ant In every 1" ...... They are Mrt.lnry. wb.t tv.IIr' .
managem.nt III under the per Of weds. who "has any UM for bloc:.... M ebe) M",tin,.and Mmr, auec.s. U,.>u,..
flap
orhate bath $2.5o per day and upwards. The Mr. Michael heard of It and secured Yours .rely. r. p. Howlcf[?
100alaupervialon 01 the owner. FRANK: ORUE Manager/ it for his department at the coming healer In drain ant llullilnnt' Hupi'llo, >.w" |>ort,t'(. H.

world's fair where many Americans
.. well as European will be surprised w ALT O',.eLr TLBr' : -LOckr.e. -W.BLOTK porehaawl Co...of RotnD.you a fe MM of*.alx limb Mlf.locking tackle' blork wltb' rope teat ".h.I"e..nd barn irlvootm them. I fair. tl end. i
OFFICE United State did sot well|| pi_"I I man. The, CClb..lueDII.
THE ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING to see that tbe pave lie _,. Tboy are cajwrlvr to anything w. b.T.ev.e bred.or Men (or' baadllns bvtry."IM"e./ ..fely. net nnlrklv lo our.w.n.RUW1G1 .
always require Its diplomatic and cooIular WIIAHI' PlfOVlMlON:/ ('u""NY.l I I
I'.r W. 'r. Kal'.ur.'ireaeure4lq*toa,
AU at the above offic officer* to appear In ordinary I M+
kind. printed
of Commercial Stationery j jEAST ,


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EAST COAST ADVOCATE, JUNE :5 i, 1903.JEWELERS .

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&icc/l r 5 BREVARD'S NEW FISH LAW. HONORING-THE DEAD. Robbins & Graham Go.


I Federal Decora- "
On Saturday morning:
LEGISLATURE OF
SENATE CHAMBER, TUB!: (Incorporated) I
held In Titus- _
exercises were
AND SILVERSMITHS, FI.OHIDA, 'TALLAHASSEE:, June I, 1903.1r. tion vllle,bay which were participated In by several PAID UP CAPITAL $25,000.00.This a J 4

41 West lay Street, Clion. If. H'aftOf'rit'"l11ilTe.'/ ex-Confederates. Many carriages owns
near the Fostoflice. company
congregated

I JACKSONVILLE stock: In this section, FLORIDA.Largest of country.. copy Dear of a Sir bill:-just Endowed passed herewith the legislature.I find a. filled and were by with nine those o'clock who a. m.Intended they were visiting well :Z. A ::IaD:: S., 0

I Established In I8G8. send this to you,benefit Mr. Walton of thinking all and decorating the graves of their departed in the Indian River c3ffjry| ;, On the St. 0 .
for the mutual, us you brethren. Major F. M. Taylor, "
Send for descriptive catalogue. might publish It In the ADVOCATJC. You who seemed the principal mover In this Lucle River; at New River and on Bay
will this bill does not effect Mosquito GOODli
see laudable affair, got all into line, and Blscayne. Prices to suit the times. 5
Lagoon in any way. wended their to the P li
slowly way
.THE ANHEUSER BUSCH As it bas been the opinion of some pea they where a wagon-load of beautiful Send for Land List .5rrs $
.. cemetery, 50rof
ple that this act would repeal the act ap- the /).
) lowers were scattered upon Offices at Titusville and Miami, Fla.
June 3 16U7 and amended by
proved ,
of Federals and Confederates. 1E.
1. Brewing Asso's, Chapter 4702, of the Laws of Florida, approver grave Archdeacon B. 1'. Brown made the tH t<
) June 3. 181H), send this to you
that shall be mill taken. opening prayer, addresses were delivered Coast Meat Market
; 1 ramous st. Louis Keg and Rotf no one Yours very truly, by Mr. J. O. Bast and Mr. Ad he mar East

tied veer.l v F. W. SAMS. Brady, the graves were decorated, "taps" fOn.,
were blown by Mr. Tree Wilson and the G. F. DUREN, Agent.
sold bf M ,.r*.F.A. Losley' and returned to town from the ceme WOMEN'
l party I !':: !toorj ?
R. L. M..tlow.Tltvllle.rla. A Bill to be entitled An Act to Regulate tery. At nine o'clock p. m., "camp fire"at C

By Mr. R. ... Motlow Cocoa Fla. the Taking of Food Fish in the Salt the Indian River hotel concluded the pa For sale by J. R. Walker & Co., Titusville

and Fresh Waters of Brevard County. exercises.: The camp fire was a roost c ,

JOSEPH ZAPF Be It enacted by the Legislature of the enjoyable occasion to those present. The ro: pa --- --- -. -

State of Florida: Civil soldiers war of, and the also North from and the South North in and the papa = ELl.:: : : :R.A.: :c Y dz : 3R0

Section I 1. That from and after the .
Sole Agent. passage of this act it shall be unlawfulfor South In the Spanish-American war, being Ala + -DEALERS IN- ,

r any person or persons to stop any of present. The scene was a beautifulone GROCERIES GRAIN AND HAY AND ALL
FOOD PRODOd
010 to 620 West Bay Street, the rivers, creeks, bays or bayous in the to a soldier, and the surroundings, ,

County of Brevard, with any seine, gill I In the way of furnishings, brought bock _.l 4 U2 We handle PRODUCE fit all kinds. We are agents for MAPES FERTILI7M
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. other net for the old times. The table was pine (no cover) We deal exclusively In the above line of goods and solicit ;'
net, stop net,.or any with candles stuck down the center; the d ti the trade 'of all COlli'1
purpose of taking or catching rood nsn, era. Write us for prices on Grain and all Groceries, delivered at
fare consisted of bean soup, hard bread, en Cy your station
I3. I,. MOTLOW. Section 2. It shall be unlawful for any corn bread and boiled pork, with a finish. TITUSVILLE- FLORIDA.Jtf'P' E. L. BRADY; BRO. TITUSVILLE. FLA.'
haul nets or seines longer than three hundred ,
of cut plug tobacco and corncob pipes.
and for haul nets
yards or
fifty any
E. Webber has d than
Mrs. M. ne more
or seine to be attached together In any
any other one In regard to the observance W. CA.RROLLDealer
a length of more than U
manner making M.
of the day In Tltusvllie, and she has not ,
three hundred and fifty yards, or for any
failed in the eleven to visit In-
past years -
haul nets or seines to be fastened by
i stakes or otherwise with ends nearer to the cemetery on that day, sometimes GROCERIES GRAIN FEED FRUIT AND
VEGETABLE
v each other than one hundred yards, for alone, sometimes with only three or four, k.J ,

w the purpoHII of maklngasrretchor lengthof ; until the last three years, when the num- Crockery, Glows and Tinware.TITUSVILLE Your Patronage Solicited
I ber has Increased until there were over '
1 1 1I mole than three hundred and fifty ,- FLORIDA.
her
their tribute with
,1 who paid
I yards, to be used for the purpose of taking last sixty Saturday. Mrs. Webber has a plotof n __. ._ __ -. _________ __
I I or oarchlng tub from the rivers, bays,
l which shows the situation
the -
: II A crooks, bayous or any other waters however in the of cemetery all tho soldier's graves, and to J. L. :
County of Jirevard. Provided, Mobley
Is due the observances .
I r/ her, In a great measure, ..
thanthree .
of
tl that gill nets of a length more I.--K'; -
Memorial: Day In this city. -
hundred and fifty yards may be dal xr Ij TITUSVILLE: FLORIDA.

used in gill-net fishing. -- Contracts for all kinds of Painting, Kalsomlntng, Staining, 'IDlKhlogRI
Section 3. That it shall be unlawfulfor THE NEW CLERK'S OFFICE. : ------,.....
the reasonable
1 any person or persons to catch any Paper Hanging, at most price consistent with Bond| wore|

wr fish In any of the waters of Brevard coun- nianshlp. Prompt attention given to all work.'
The clerk's office erected at the
Fine Liquors Wines Beers ty with any seine or net (bait note and new ::1' ._ .
corner of Palm and Tine streets Tltusvllle -- -
Ales, Stout, Etc.By cast nets excepted), the meshes of which \ by L. R. Decker& Co., has been tiululled. -
shall be Us than 3,1$ Inches. If Your House Goes up in Smokeand INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORY.
Send me your order! tteotiou 4. That from and after thepassage
of this act It shall be unlawful The building: has a frontage of thirty loose everythingit TITUSVILLE, FLA.
; you
TITUSVILLE and COCOA, FLORIDA, feet on Palm street, and Is forty feet
for any person or persons to catch with deep. It Is a one.story brick structure, is your own fault. Is prepared to furnish Ice in any quantity-backed or loose. Special] atteottj

any seine or nets In the salt waters of with tin roof. The front room will be Fire: ::JriS"-1ran.oo.: : : paid sacking for Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing\ my motto.T. .

E. Vesey Hull seine.Brevard Count, or the to catching use or employ of salt any arranged with tables or desks for the sufficient to cover the value of the prop- T. WETMOUK, Proprietor.
or any
convenience of those having business erty and household effects should be car '-
water fish. In said County of Hrevaid, except
with Mr. A. A. Stewart, Clerk of the ried. Rates are not high. The companieswe
mullet, between the fifteenth day of -.rJ'T'D"S"V'JLLJJ:: :: 'Lrv"EEI.: :: ,T STADLEI
Boatbuilder, of Circuit Court, while back of this Is the represent are solvent, reliable and lib
June and the fifteenth day of August
catch mullet recording room typewriter office, etc., eral. Claims are promptly adjusted. I '
each and or to any ,
every year, which Is 11x17 feet, with, twelve foot Don't neglect to take out' a policy. .' "'"I" !k
In said waters between the 16th day FEED AND SALE 11 :,, 1!', 1, SADDLE HORSES !
the front Ad. ,
ceiling, same as room.
SCIIUYLER & 3RANNINO
of I> ,
GEORGIANA FLA. of November and the 81st day .cera
joining this in the northeast corner of
w
1 build a special launch hull 29:!<> foot by that her, In this each law year.shall not Provided be construed, however to, the building, will be the steel vault, TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. ...STABLES... BUGGIES,

'5 feotO Inchon beam,team bout while oak the catching fish In cant netsor which has arrived and ls being placed in Correspondence Invited. !
prohibit
frame This is 13x13: feet and 10 feet BAGGAGE SURREYS,
a cypress planking, copper fastened by hook and line. position. ,
pine decks, bent combing, locker un- Section 5. That from and after the nigh. Between the steel walls of the
der all seats. Inside finished varnish of this act it shall be unlawfulfor vault and the outer walls there Is an airspace Rupture Cured Free TRANSFER, and TURNOUTS <|

for $l21. Complete with it II. 1*. engine. passage catch with of four Inches; the ontoy-walls be-
to
all ready to run. Price, J.'fiO.; seines any or person nets any or persons fresh water food fish ing of brick of double thickness.: Above II AUi.INGETC. .... ..all kinds.(( .

Other size built to order.Hodgson of Brevard the vault there are six arches, with three
lu the livers lakes or creeks
,
(: employ seines rows of brick and nine Inches of cement The Rice Method i* UnpurnlledIn J. M. OSBAN & BRO,

or louotyor'touseor nets tor the catching of any any fresh water above the arches. The vault will be absolutely the Annals Medical Success. TITU8VlT.J.ElJ"ck of Grand View botel.FLORIDA!
Bros. the contract for same =
food! fih In'the rivers, lakes or creeks fireproof, _
been the Dlebold Safe
given tll
having
of Uievaid' County, between the first day A Cheap Home Cur. that Anyone Can) UMWithout.

1 EAU OALLIE, INDIAN RIVER, NLA.k of July and the first day of October of and$1,800.Look< The Company main building, and will costs cost t..i'S.I.When about! Pttlti "tlolr"l' or Lo. of Seeds For Summer

each and every year."ctl..u Tine from Work. Crops
the
Marine Hallway. > U That from and after the new building is occupiedwhich -

O.nerallllercllRntl and Ship Chandlers passage. of this act It shall be unlawful will be In July-the present cl"rk'Moffice is! sis XT i'uii: : TO ALL.
will be turned over to the Tax Collector

..Special FncllllleN.. tor any person or persons not a ol Izen or and County Treasurer, who are at Out of the chats; of old time failure Millets Beans Teosinte, GiuJ:
vlilzennof the United States to catch any Sorghums, Soj Velvet Beans.Peanuts, Chufas
occupying ofiices/ in the coo,LOuse conies a new and startling: cine for
salt fresh food fish for present rup- Beggarweed, clean
water water
For Hauling Out, Storing and RepairingYachta or
ture. Dr. W. S. Rice, -2003: N. Main St.,
sale to lu fishery tor profit
and Launches or engage any The painters were at work, yesterday, Adams, N Y., has, Invented a met bod"If
\
In the waters of Brevard County on the finishing touches and c<> :J? E.A..S:
'
Mention the ADVOOATB when wrltlnd.IlltKVAHU Section 7. Any person or persons violating both putting Mr. Decker and Mr. Mitbley II"em r itrGwj4 Whlppn, Clays, Wonderful Black, Unknown, Ladyfingers.

any of the provisions of this act, to have made a good job of their work Clean'' Bright Stock; Lowest Prices. Conch Peas, 3.'o: i.er qt., Postpaid; tul

, COUNTY) THKASUHKU'S shall upon conviction thereof' be punished ._,,. l i peck; $425 bushel. *
STATKMKNT.Juu.Ut: : ( by a tine not exceeding five hundred ,; Poultry Supplies, Stock Food, Insecticides, Garden :oo.s. Fertilizers.)

IIK>3.Jlalanoo dollars, or by Imprisonment In the FOURTH OF JULY. ,,... L. CAMERON The Seed Store,

I CAIIh Oil hand. May. let,11)03.) ..' 4.40T HAiuuuut county jail not exceeding twelve months, .e; ,
r\uev..l. in May luoa 9U,;*Xl 28: or by both such fine and Imprisonment Tltusvllie\ has decided to celebrate the ... ., Ot. 1 1 14 East Bay Street. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
I
the .
In the discretion of Court.Section
Total .... ... .... ...::11I.11300 8. That all laws and parts of Fourth of July, and the following pro* t -

Lee.and' Uollverwl warrant. to paid County In May OuiumUnlon-IIHU laws In conflict with the provisions gram was brought Into this office yes; I

' 1 urn ana School Hoard.. ..... 12.2U3: IT this act: be Provided and the,same however are, hereby that this repealed terdity 8IO:, :a. m. Music by the Indian River t l :; t !I. Special Attention IGlVF.N !

1i I Italanoa on haiiftjuna lust 1003 .$18,4.40: 4ABOVSS Band. C. J. Denham, committee. : ;
shall be held in
act not to repeal or any .
.
IM) ( Gun Shoot. Event I 10 .. .
"ALA It". I* HELD A* rOLLOWSIIXtiKMltad wise alTect Chapter 15 of the Laws of a. m cr ,
In Hravard County State blue rocks $1; event 2,13: live birds, >*">; I 1 OOj..i" TO MAIL QRDERS FOR-
Florida entitled to
"An Act regulatethe ; / .
llunk. ,all per (*.hrer'aoerUdcateatl ,
events ]15 blue rocks event 4
$1.5O ,
taouod Co uioiitlilv report and oaalt taking of fish In certain waters of the ; Hardware Tinware Glassware
luaata. ... ....18.01:16411: State of Florida," and provided further, miss and out blue rocks, $1; event 5, 5 Crockery,
BALASOK HICI.OMOINO KA'H rt'ND Aa roLI.OWHI that In this shall live birds, $3.50. Other matches shot If
nothing: act apply to MK. CJUA
>t. LAl'oUIIlo' :,
shooters desire. L. C. Branning, com- Harness
and Stoves.
County Re" noe-fl ner i Fund....., .,10&.1111 Mosquito Lagoon, or any part thereof mittee. \ kly Cured After Suffering 18 Year..
.. KunU and Bridge Fund. ... .3,14 II from the provisions of the act approved that cures without pain danger .
,
.: Hulldlna: Fund 1014 June.'lrd, 18117\) and entitled, "An Act 1:2:00: : noon. Muxlo by Indian River hour's loss operation ,tWOur Stock Is Complete and We Can Fill Orders Promptly
or an of time from the
Klu and Forfeiture Fund ... 1,74X11) Band. C. J. Denham. committee.
'. ........It'K I'rliniutr Fund MM T8ti regulating the. means and methods of da)'. work. To avoid all questions of
I 12:13: Btibeoue. J. M.
m. Oxbnn
,, ...eo. Road.. Fund.. aNew IIll1t."l No... 1 ..... 47 O4 captuilng food fishes In the waters of committee.p. doubt he rendu flee to every sufferers Jas. Pritchard c& Son.
a 1111 1.1:
New Smyrna Inlet Hlllsboro Hirer, Mosquito -
free tilal
.. of his method and there
/1 can
? a :mm I oa 2:1)0: ) p. in. Tournament: rides U:
a .. It 4.. t.TW IMii .Lagoon, Halifax River, Spruce, rings-1st prize f 2O: 2nd prize $15 3rd be no earthly leason why anyone, rich or
It M u .. R. 6 2111""I'ety Tomoka, Uuelow and Smith Creeks, and ; ; should Poatoflice Box 212,
.,. prize, entrance fee, $10; 4th pilze, .6i; entrance poor, not avail themselves of this
I | of Dooeautd I'WBUII Kmxl I MO the bays and tributary waters thereof on : Florida
fMiool ... ..., ... fee generous olTer. As an instance of this Titusville -
County -OoniTal Fund .3,077 "04Hpuolal the East Coast of and $l. D. B Pritchard, com _
..Tax ttohuul! 111.1. No.l... .. .... 484, Si Florida providingfor 01 I ttet.. remarkable method, the cure of CharlesLtnge .

a It S 4..1,411 KM 47 Tl the same punishment, and appointing of persons a fish violatingthe warden, :3:30 I:: p. ru. Horse Race-dash race 21iO<> Morrison. Ills, is a welcome pieceof -

t and providing for the escheat of proper. Dash-1st prize $15.00; 2nd prize, $10. Intelligence.Mr. > '" ,- -. ,, 11 '"
Total.... .'I8.4JO: 41) Race tango is a well preserved old -
and and of 'JJ5:! yards-1st prize, $15; ; 2nd gen-
JOHN HRNHV: County Treiuunr. ty appliances," disposing the prize, $10. Dash race, a.'iO yards-1st tlumnn, 72 years of age, and for eighteen I
of amended
proceeds same, as by Chapter -
47U2: of the Laws of Florida, approved prize, $15 i ; 2nd prize, $10. Match races years had a bad double rupture which no r 1
1)) Notice. June 3rd, 1800. after program. L. A. Brady, committee. treatment could cope with. After a short
use of the Rice method the left
Section 0. That this act shall take effect rupture

healed entirely and the right; was almost A :BIG
IN CIRCUIT C'Ot'RTOr' TilE BEVENTH: ; JIT. Immediately upon Its passage and TEACHERS' EXAMINATION. closed In a few weeks. To day he Is as i TIME
i1 dlulal! Clrnult and for ItravartlCounty. approval by the Ho"el'nor.EAST .
.. j I'lorhl"\I"\ ..'", sound as a dollar and his cure I. only i

In re Removal of ninaldlltlon 1r The regular uniform teachers' examination one of hundreds of similar cases reported -
<> <>ov.. ure..f Mra. "kale 11. I ... imcnte.Itrowu. COAST PINEAPPLESAND for Brevard county, commenced at by those who use the Rice method. I

) the school house, Tltusvllieon Tuesday, Send for this free trial. Don't be back.I II I
I
Till day thl.cane came on to IK further hxariliiM VEGETABLES. PROMISED
>n the toDtliuiiuy ,,,Uti..,, and wan auh...". with Supt K.Mima: and Dr. J. M. I ward. It will surprise you with Its wonderful
tad by oouniwl for a anal, decree. and tie matter I Dixon In attendance. Those who came power to heal. And if you knowof I it
1 having! IMWD fully ooimlilorml. by the ('...arl. II In In last week's ADVOCATH we referredto forward for examination have been working other ruptured people ask them to I ii I i
C ordered that the eets'. report be and the Mine the fact that about 300 carloads of write or write for them. Do not fail
like to
U hereby apiiroTed, and Mr. Kate I). Brown, Trojans; but no one knows
t now of City INiliit I llrevard Canary Morlilm; I.Al In pineapples had! already passed through whether she will get a certificate or not write at once; do so to-day. I
hereby!grtntvil full, Itrmin and authority t4i take TItusvllIe, en route to various place. until all the which numbered

NM J i f charge t>e ooiitraoted of. and oontnil with to her ace UPlace and IM to ouutriu't.....d. and and to the north same, east subject and west.the Times-Union Touching upon: -are placed papers In the- hands of are a grading- At WEST PALM BEACH/'FLA. JULY 4.1 4.The

1 bind henvlf In all ""'I-to.| .fully a* If aha were says committee, appointed by the School ,
unmarried. On Sunday afternoon a freight train, for
Board
examination.
t t This decree ahall have full t..... and effect a* made up of forty heavily-laden cars, Wool Wool.
Among those who are taking In
anon aa the Mine haa bean ublliiheil onue earliw the part
passed over long bridge
week for four mim-wwixii weeks In cane new- connecting the examination are the following: Miss ,
paiHtr In llrevard Country.Don Jacksonville with the East Coast; and Ella M.
of
Wlgfield, Toledo Miss Ida Ba-
an.I..I..I.. Cnainlwre In TltuHTllle, the sight was one which may at almost ; Business men of West Palm Beach are preparing to celebratethe
ker Stuart
Florlila, thU:3rd day. of .lime I'ae.MINo time be observed those ; Miss Etta King, Tltusvllie;
ii'I.Vj. who have
I by
K9. any Miss. Mabel Whltacre, Eau Gallic; Mrs. 4th on a grand scale and cordially Invite to be present.
".. Judge Circuit Court Till Circuit Florida. their wits about them. Every one of F. C. Prange: Vero; Miss Maude Gamble, Clear, White Wool . 2Oc lb. you E.
those forty oars was loaded with pineapples Oak Hill Miss A rate of I cent per mile each way has been offered by the F
; Susie C. Mime Bonaven-
,
Clear Black Wool. .
or vegetables, destined for the 17c lb.
Land For Sale. lure; Mrs Eugenia Fair, Port Orange; I C. Railway from TItnsTllla and all Intermediate points, and special
t, great markets of the north. Miss Helen M. Miller and Miss Kittle (Bale or Sacks.)

173n acres first-class pineapple l land, When It Is remembered that the sections Martin, Melbourne Colored teachers: 7-ft Alligator Skins .$1.2O arrangements have been made with hotels and boarding! houses for a

j' w desirable front, on 81. Lucie river, at a those along the loaded East Coast In which all Christina B. Hector, Rosa L. Hamilton 6-ft "' . 86c.15ft reasonable rate.during your stay.
bargain. For reasonable terms write, cars were was, a few years and James S. Perry. I
W. W. LUCE, ago, a literal wilderness-unknown, un- ." 65c. An elaborate program has been arranged and will be carried out

I Tlbbals, Fla. _peopled and una..llablthla steady 4-ft . 3Oc. to the
of QUAY letter. One of the principal attraction will be a reproductionof
procession produce from the East FOR ROOSEVELT. 3-ft . 25c.I

OVER FIVE THOUSAND OF WALton's calculated Coast to the to markets give the of the confirmed north Is pessimist one- Senator Dry Flint Hides. . . 13c lb.. the Battle of Manila, and promise to be the most spectacularevent )
Quay recently took stand for
a
T boat Rapid Calking In the Tools United now In use among us new food for thought, the reiiorulnaUon of President Roosevelt Green Salted Hides . etc lb. I of the kind ever attempted In Florida.

Price by $4.00 owners and $8.00 each, at the States.ADVOCATE and ual a mental new reason attitude for changing for his habit- by personally writing a resolution, which Wax . . . . 27o lb. vFor' farther Information see posters or apply) to
a more hopeful he had the Bearer Republican
county
office, THusvllle, Fla. mood. committee. adopt. It called for Roose D. KIRKLAND. A. P. ANTHONY or U. L. BROWN, Committee.

velt's nomination In 1904.
! Jjr Reading notice ad. on this page d7- Filter tube. are now for sale at lost control of the Beaver county organ Kirkland Block.

ri are tire cents per line per week. thIs office, price 23cts; postage 5 cte. sation last year, but has regained It. 'SAVANNAH, GEORGIA.







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