East Coast advocate
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Title: East Coast advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: June 12, 1903
Publication Date: -1891
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071720
oclc - 34175701
notis - AKR0019
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System ID: UF00079908:00246
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LOCAL NEWS -Mr. Jerome T. Feaster paid a visit -Mr. W. R. Sanders, of Indlanola, was -:Mr. Wade II. Jones, who ha been THE BREAKERS DESTROYED :
to Cocoa on 'l'uesday.Pineapple a visitor to Tltusville the first of the on a trip to Quay and Klondike, return.. FOURTH OF JULY. BY FIRE '

d Topic of General Interest. offer to men with small week. ed home yes'erday I

capital. Look shat ply for W. W. Luce's Ladles, have you seen that $2.50 -Mr. R. F.Rogers, Inspector of convict
ADVOCATE, ad. on page 8. e shoe at J. R. Walker & Co's Splendid camps, whose residence l is In Lake City, A special train passed through Titus. I, \
THE board of
vllle Monday afternoon
value for tke arrived at the Indian River hotel last : on
$1.IO! per annum, In advance.ll .. County Judge A. D. Penney was con money.Mr. which were Mr. J. It. Parrott, vice president :
1.00 six months, fined to his home for a few days the first J. h(. Sanders, one of Cocoa's night. and Mr. R. T. Goff, general superintendent ,I
2.00 per an. to foreign countries. of the week, being slightly indisposed. well-known storekeepers, passed throughhere I REMEMBER E. A. WADDELL, MI- of the F. E. O. Railway. They I

/bon you subscribe" for the ADVO- RUBBER STAMPS of all kinds made Monday, en route to New York. ami, is the man to go to. If you wanta were speeding away to Palm Beach In

g by the year, It doe not cost you cheaply and expeditiously.! Send your -Cap:. II. Wilson, of Canaveral, and Vegetable good Grove Farm., Pineapple Plantation-or (. answer to a telegram stating that Hotel .: ",

scents per week, postage Inoluded.ole orders to the Lewes-Racy Novelty Co., Capt. Stuck:! keeper of the Canaveral Breakers one of Mr. Henry M. Flagler'afurfamed
date of expiration printed uponr Dinsmore. Fla. lighthouse, were In Tltusvllle Tuesday. -Mr. and Mr. C. II. Stewart, son and palatial hotel was on fire. N 1
week. This This line hotel popular with "
or wrapper every daughter, of Melbourne, passed through was very
receipt paper for your money. No needs -Indian River Lodge No. (SK), F. & A. DON'T FAIL TO SEE E. A, Waddell here, yesterday, on their way to Ilendersonvllle tourists, and regret are hoard on all .... .
to send receipt for aubsoriptlon. M., will hold a meeting their lodge- Miami, If you want to buy improvedand ) N. C., to spend the summer. sides at Its loss. The fire was reported "f I
It to you. room In the Indian River hotel, Titus unimproved lands. Prices to suit a* having started In one of the upper ,, ).
date gives Is on vllle, this(Friday) evening at 7::J o'clock. all parties.Mr. Friendship Chapter No. 11 Order of rooms of the hotel, and quickly reached s. 1.
UK EAST COAST ADVOCATES Eastein Star, will bold a rultuiar meeting later I t,
the lower floors but a report gives t.t.
at the following news-stands, at fives -If you Intend going to New York P. B. Bird, jr., of Tampa, one of In their Chapter-room In the Indian the following particulars; : 1; '

per copytusvllleB.: this summer, do not fall to get your res the government engineers appointed on River hotel TituBVllle\ next Tuesday The fire It discovered lathe i\ ''toI :
R. Wilson A Son. ervatlons\ via Clyde Line steamers, of: Capt. hunk'.. staff, to survey the route evening. attic, in was.the northwest appears corner of the t 'I,.,
hcksonvllle Duval hotel. the agent, C. II. Walton, Tltiisvlllft. -I for the proposed Eau Oallle and Lake '.
hotel about I II I:80! hut although I
-Miss Nettle Jones, who taught school a. m. ; ,
\I News,stand, Union depot -Mr. Wade II. Jones, representativeof Washington callers at canal this,office was among the pleasant In Tltusvlllo the' pawt season, will bo the alarm was sounded, the ,flumes" spread ;It'' '
Brevard at the Florida on Wednesday. and the united r'
county Legislature among to-morrow' southbound passengers rapidly, notwithstanding j
y Reading notice ads. are ten cents returned home on Sunday, and -Mr. Fred Bergman, of Indlannla, who en route to Malabar to tench a etTott of the fire department, the hotel 0 ,, S
[line on this pane. has been receiving hearty congratulation! was in town Monday and 'I'ueadllIn.. summer school. employees and many willing hand from ,, fi
has been enjoying from his many friends. formed us that he had sold his residence, both nldoH. of Lake Worth, people saw I ,
Judge M, S. Jones Mr. and Mrs. Wm. b(. Brown who PROGRAM FOR THE DAY. ; .M
Klondike store and 14 acres of land-fruit trees In- that the Breakers, which has been so "+
Mt at his orange grove at -:Mrs. A. K. Wilson and daughter, were expected home from New York on I '
cluded-to by Mr.
Mr. II. C.Sanderson, of Srran- ably presided over Sterry ,
week little Doris, left Tltusville, Tuesday, for ton, Pa., who will spend his winters at Monday were detained longer than they; 8iO: a. m. Mimic by the Indian River for several seasons. was doomed. 'I' ti. ,
real estate Ocala, where they will upend a month or expected but will arrive In Tltusvllle today
L. WADDELL, MIAMI, six weeks with Mrs. Wilson's Indlanola.Mr. Band. C. J. Deahinu, committee. The Hitmen" worn not long In spreadingto ,1
baa some choice bite\ of real parents, or to-morrow. the business block and museum, opposite ,
(IJK( ) Gun 10
ealer, and ) a m. Shoot. Event 1,
Mr. Mrs. John
J. 8. Stewart.Mr. Is office
Henry having a new -
tate for sale Call upon him. built Palm THE 8EMBLER COTTAGE, Titusville, blue rooks $1; event 2, 10 live birds, .,; main entrance lo the Breakers, and ,: I :

Mian Susie C. Mime, of Bonaventure, and Mrs. Albert Bennett and son; Episcopal on church.street, The nearly size oppositethe of the which has been closed for a short while, events, l 1-1 blue rock, fl./WI/ >,; event 4, owned by Prof. Jims. B. Cory, of Boston. I .

several days thin week with her of Daytona, arrived in town on Tuesday, building 12 x 20 feet. Ills old office owing to the Illness of Mrs. Hombler, mime and out blue rooks, fl ; event R, Alive The Casino, adjoining It on the east,soon I\' ,rt'

t it Mrs. C. N. Mime of Tltusvllle. and left, next day, for points south will be moved to the east of the new will\ again open for business on !Monday; birds *a./0. Other matches. shot If followed, and by four o'clock the work of ; ..',,'

They were on board the yacht Gopher.We building and he will reside In It Instead next the 15th I nut.MUs shooters desire. J... (7. Urannlng, com destruction wits complete-hardly any i "
Soobie who had been of till beautiful remaining
Mrs. Oeo. W. acknowledge a pleasant rail. mlttoe. thing spot 6
ding a week at Canaveral, the guest of on Main street. Josephine Brady, after spendIng UC:() ) noon Music by Indian River but a smouldering heap of debrl tI.. d
returned to Tltuu- -The dances In the Opera house, Tltusville some time In Fort Pierce with her Hundreds of were and 1 J.I"
[rs. E. J. Burns, -Editor Campbell I. of the Somerset Band C. J. Denham, committee people present,
on Tuesday. last Friday and Wednesday ((Ky.) Journal gives/; the following recipe sister, Mrs. W. N. llendry, rntururd to 12:13: p. in. llmbecue. J. M. Osbnn, the fire raged for about four hour Home t I y
nights, were largely attended, notwithstanding fur killing a town: "Oppose Improve- Tltusvllle, on Wednesday. Her many committee. furniture was saved from the Breakers, I rt
CORING POWDERS. for If you sample want the warm weather; and the ments. Trade somewhere eUe. Ask friend are glad to see her at home again 1:00: ) p. m. Bo?*' Bicycle Race-1st but It was badly damaged In the rush '< 1 <
thing, send 25o. a dancers "tripped the light fan t ,
good merry two prices for your property. Don't subscribe -Items from three down-river places prize, value, $2 ; 2nd prize, value, $l3rd; The winter home of Mr. Joseph Jefferson
the -Racy tastic" :
ickage, to Fla. Novelty to nearly midnight for your home paper, but borrowIt. arrived yesterday afternoon, too late for prize, value, 50 cents. Dr. E. E. Holllrm, the'famous actor, which la I situate ,
i.Dinsmore, -Mr. T. J. Shaves, jr., and bride, Criticise everything you are not Interested this week's issue. Item Dlllat reach the committee. a short distance north of the Breaker, f d)
Mr. C. T. McCrimmon, the railway passed through Titusville last Saturday In ADVoCATE: office not later than Wednedy .- 2:00: p. in. Tournament: ride. 12 had a narrow escape, and was saved by vi'\ ,,

actor, wants 1,000 men to work on from Seville, where they were marriedthe -Work the steel vaultIn to give our printers time to put rings-1st prize tolD; 2nd prize, tlO; Srd the united effort of the people. .' I
extension of the F. E. C. Railway previous Wednesday evening, on the Circuit upon Court fireproof Clerk's new office them In type. prize, entrance jee4th,; prize, 98; entrance The origin of the fire I I. unknown, but I '-.1
Miami to Cutler and Cape Sable. their way to Eau Gallie, where they will fee 91.l D. It Prltchard. committee. some people think It was caused by spontaneous *t
Titusville Is still for REAL
at being, pushed DO YOU WANT BOO) HUSTLING combustion.The ,
2iO: Boat Race Tltusvllle Fish-
make their home In the future. : m. -
Mrs.( E. J. Blair, after spending sev- ward; but there was some difficulty In estate agent endeavoring dispose o:' ermen' Club-. del prize (subject to olml- Hole) Breaker was built by Mr.\ ; I

weeks In New York, returned to here -Mr. J. 1' Waters one of Tlhbals' raising the steel roof of the vault, owing any property you may have for sale or lenge), Silver Cup; 2nd prize, 93 In gold. Henry M. Flagler, that popular and '1'
Merritt Saturday t. Mrs. has the to the fact that there was no room to If send full
at on prominent pineapple growers, exchange ? so, particularsof E. It. Wager, committee. whole-souled multi-millionaire, at a cost t
r's Ion remained at Merritt during I hanks of the ADVOCATK!: for orate of place a derrick inside the building, the what you II\&ve. to L. R. Benjamin, ::1 i ill) p. m. Home Knoe-flash race, 3(>0 of '. (IKIfIfIO), and beautifully furnished at :'

ace of Ms mother., delicious pineapples. Our friends the brIck t roof being on the building.Our llanovirton, O. yard*-1st prize .11\.0'1| ); 2nd prize, 910.Dli a coat of *:!OI ,(nnO; other louse will bring '

Miss Mary Gerry, of Rookaway pineapple region never fall to remember down-river pineapple friend OUT":: When answering advertisements Rune' :225: yaids-1st. prize, 913: ; ;2nd, the total up to over 9800,000 The hotel tl,

h, Jf. Y., who spent last. winter with us during the pineapple season. are surely remembering the ADVOCATE la these columns, you would confer a : prlzM, 910. Dash rao, 2-,() yards-Ut I building wan. Insured for $30OOlX, but .'

mother at Kocltledge, will be mar- -Mr. C. C. Chilllngwoith, a prominent this season, for yesterday we received favor by tying you MAW the luivt. In the prize |IO; :2nd prize, 910.) Match races i the ADVOCATE has. boon told there was
on Wednesday next, the 17tb Inst., attorney of West Palm Beach, who another large crate of pineapples, mark EAST COAST ADVOOATK. By so doing after program. I.. A. Brady, commit. no Insurance on the hotel furniture. It i t ,
ed "C. II. Walton. of N. better attention from 7:30 Band ludlari, Is said that Mr. flagler'/ net loss la I over tl+
i I. Kobt. W. Brodmann. had been In TalUlmBBue for nearly two : Compliments you will receive : p. m. Concert by
weeks, arrived In Tituaville, Jo'rldaYl\At! J. Russell. Kden. Many thank, Mr. the advertisers.A River Band. ,'9'IOOOIM> While the loss I II severe, Mr. ,; ?0 i I
Allan\ 'whoI
Mr, and Mrs. Hoffman and left Russell they are delicious and the 8JO: m. Grand Ball In theTltunvlllo\ Flagler will still make Palm Beach the '
to attend to some law matters, ; p.
,I their winters at Kockledge, are such tine tine sot of now awnings have been finest winter resort. In this or any other 4 I
after absence ADVOCATE staff appreciates Opera house. W H.: Brannlng, Com
for home on Tuesday, an a
Ashury fixed all the east windows of the
at (lie Hotel Marlborough, over mittee. country.
k, X. J., for the summer, after a very of over two weeks. pineapples. ADVOOATK office, to keep out the bright; Fur further Information write above Prim Beach still has the largest winter t I )'1
ant visit with relatives In New York -Prof. E. E. Mary was In town a few Married, at Worcester, Mass on the morning sun. The awnings( were made com nil tteell. hotel lu the world' but whether Mr. I .
hour last Saturday, on his way to Indiana evening of June 4th, Mr. W. S.: Flint to by J. 1C Walker CI)., of this place, and Klagler. will start building, another Broak I I''
overlooked the de. He was called home by 'the serious! Mrs II. E. Price. The wedding was attended they are quite a credit to the maker ------ ------ ems this aummer we are unable to say. >
We regret having illness of his foster mother. Mis. Macywas by the elite of the city, and the HAH BEEN EAU GALLIE-LAKE WASHINGING '''.11
lire of Miss Aleph Mime, In our A GREAT SENSATION
useful ornamental and
She departed for Miami, Satur- not with him but remains behind, presents were aroused with theme watches that (i, CANAL.Mr. AMONG THE HOTELS. (
at Till man where her brother and familyare ostly. The bride Is the sister of Mr. J. lit a! f
May 30th, where she will probablyall E Lannuette formerly of Tltusville. and L. PoI ndavllle (the Jeweler at Tltus.
be threeor ,
the She Is taking aIn living. Mr. Macy may gone attended vllle, Fla.1; ) has been selling at $I.RO. .
summer. four weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Lanouette the best the 1'. B Bird, jr., one of the government Where ro stop along the East Coast. rf 1
wishes the fur ever
se art. The ADVOCATE They are money
Worcester from engineers who reside In
wedding having cone to Tumpa, See list of hotel on 7.
very success. -Mr. W. II. McFarland, who Is travel- Boston, where they are staying. offered. Cash mall orders are tilled arrived In Tltusvllle, Monday, and left, page "

Mn next at Bushkill. Ing with Forepaugh & Sells Brothers' promptly.Mr. name nlgbt.; for Fort !Pierce and !St.! Lit.cle Visitors to Jacksonville are advised to \
twill Wednesday take place the marriage, of Mr. shows, tells us he Is making/ more money FURNITURE SOLD DIRECT TO CONsumers W. II. Cross, of Fort Pierce who where lie went to examine the depth stop at those hotel whose ads, are on 1 .

). Rahner, the popular passenger than ever before, and he will be In Titus We Issue at wholesale folders prices fur each for cash.kind ha. fUlilng camp at' Eau Gallie and Oak "f tidal water at those. place. From cur 7th page. : '
It ville next winter-ready to give his old separate Hill\ In town, Tuesday and usa St. Lucle, Mr. Bird went to Eau Gallie, I ,
of the F E. C. Hallway, and MUsl of furniture carried stock. Write fora wan gave The Park Cottage, West Palm Beach,
|l> Davies Nyoe, one of the charming friends A grand "blow 011 t. Mr. Me. folder of the kind of good wish, pleasant call .&Ir.CrOft_allid although and from that place returned to Tltus under the management of Mr*. Ida B.Briiuer I
and you \
Farland is In Aurora, III\ to-day, vi lie for Eater
talented young ladles of Bushklll.\ price limit and we will do the ha had been In the county about ten on Wednesday, leaving I I. now open. Visitors to the
wedding will\ take place at the will be at the following places during the name Chadwick-Swaim, Furniture Com years. be bad not subscribed for a ooun jrUA yesterday morning.The above thriving town In Dude oountv I ti
< b, which will be gaily decorated month of June: Wisconsin-Madison, rest. 15-17-10 anJ 23 West Forsyth ty paper before he planked down his object-of Mr. Bird' visit U to survey would do well to read the ad. on our 4th i
glie occasion. 13th; Milwaukee, loth: : Manltowoc, 16tb; pany, Florida. Refer '1.041 for the ADVOCATK. Mr. Cross no"wanta the country between Enterprise, Eau page j ;
Sheboygan, 17th; Fong dll Lao, 18th; Appleton Street, Jacksonville, the county news. 'lallle and St I.llcle-to find out whether .
VITUKE SOLD DIRECT TO CON- 19th. l\lIchlllan-Waullaw, 20th ; ence, National( Bank of Jacksonville, the proposed Hopkins canal would la Manager 8. H. Peek, of Hotel Plaza, '

Ners at wholesale prices for cash. Menominee 22nd; Escanaba, 23rd; Mar- by permission. aug-2U Another of Eau (Gallie' popular lure or In any way 'lower the St. John Rooklxdge. will open the New Arlington, ,1 t I

f issue separate folders for each kind queue, 24th; Ishpemlng, 25tb; Hancock, -Miss Myra G. Williams, one of Rock young ladle Is to be married and the UI ver. Petoskey Mich, on Wednesday, July 1. 1 .'
Invitation to the ADVOCATE: It Isaid' that the New Arlington III I better i
[furniture carried In stock. Write' 2itb( ; Calumet, 27thAnenjoyable edge's popular young ladies, who has following The survey will be a thorough one Inevery 1'
tell the tale "Mr. and Mr.. 1'. A. McMillan equipped this season than ever before
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r a folder of the kind of goods you I been at Guanabacoa, Cuba, since the respect, and will\ take about four
launch party was given at the mar and )Ir. Peck I II anticipating a big sea
MI, name price limit, and we will\ do \ the commencement of last winter, will leave request your presence months' before completion About a.enteen "
: by Mr. and Mrs. Heorge M. Robbing rlage of Miss Isabelle M. Kopkln to Mr. on. ''All '
rest Chadwlck-Swalm: Furniture The started in for' home, next Friday, the 10th Instant. men will be engaged on the survey f
of the week. party
first Alfred Chambers Wednesday morning 1
mpany, 13-17-19 21 and :23 West For- I Laura for Chester While( Miss Williams I I. delighted with !, and II will be In charge of Captain The United States hotel, Saratoga, N. ,
n Street Jacksodvllle, florida. i Mr. Mima' launch Canaveral, Club, where, upon Cuba's winter, she thinks It too hot In June :24th, 1IKW) at It o'clock.Gallie Ht. Shank, a government engineer! Y., will again be under the management ,{II i t f

Irene, National Bank 'of Jaokson-I Shoals, near amused themselves surf- summer, so will return to Indian River John Episcopal" church, Eau All the hot weather and mosquito feet of Messrs. Ul&lCe.t Parry. Mr. Fred C. !I }7

!lu, by permission aug-28 arrival and, they shell and turtle-egg hunt- and Its pleasant, cool breezes. She read Florida. on I I. about hers, we do not envy the King the genial chief clerk of Hotel I f' l

Mr. :>r. A. Clonts of the editors bathing, left Tltusville about 8:00 the ADVOCATE with much Interest every FURNITURE 80LI DIRECT TO CONsumers trl p of the engineer, through the swamps Royal} Polnolaoa, Palm Botch, Fla will ," ,!!
one Ing.
travelling of The o'clock and returned about 5:00 p. week. at wholesale. price for oa>b. and marshes for four month again ortcupr his old position a* chief > 1
tepresentatlve a. m.
hero the day's outing We Issue separate folders for each kind I clerk at the United States thl summer. I
Baptist the baptist when they finished
new paperh m.,
started In April, published by the with a plcnlo tea at the residence of Mr. (Gardner Flyer. of furniture carried in tuck. Write DEATH OF MRS. SCOTT.Mrs. Hotel Continental, one of r i
"Printing Co., alnellvllle, spent a and Mrs. Robblns. The party took all for a folder of the kind of goods you Flagler hotel, at Atlantic Reach 11'1..,,
.i-H'iln' Tltusville the things along, and had aIrstclass wish, name price limit, and we will do Is | doing fairly good busi 'J\
this week, in kinds of good free here. Chsdwlck-Swalm Furniture W. R. Scott, Dee !Miss Catty Bob- now open am a I 'I t
"St >f the above named Mr. [ plcnlo dinner on the ocean Have your picture enlarged the feet ness. This hotel I I. under the able man ) '
C him been all up and paper.down the beach; Among those In the party we Saturday: Children's White Oxford at Company, 1.V17-ID-21\ and 2:1: West For bitt, died here at 10:00 o'clock Tuesday agement of Mr, Ja*. I'. Vlnlng, assisted

toast and says that he is meetinga noticed: Mr. and Mrs. Oeo.( M. Bobbins :cost. Tuesday, Thompson's It. A G. (1 yth Street Jacksonville, Florida., morning, aged IJ: years. by his bright and charming wife. For 4 0 .f
Bank of Jackson Deceased went to Kentucky about two
corsets at 7Ho. Wednesday, 0 spool.Coats' Reference, National '
gratifying success lie departed Mr. and Mrs. W. I). !Monroe, Mr. many years Mr. Vlnlng wa the popnlar I \
,lay morning for Orlando to attend and Mrs. W. S Brannlng, Mr. and Mrs. cotton, 25o.:\ Fireworks, FIRE- xvllle, by permission. aug-24 year whiohdeveloped ago, and caught Into cold on her lung Notwithstanding manager of Uotel Coquina, Orrnond and t. t
silly\' of the Baptist people, D. B. Prltchard. !Messrs. C. C. Chilling- WORKS. Watch the window' big line: consumption. If he doe not make success of Hotel

that place this week.young He was alit worth, U. K. Mlms, Casper Minis, and little prices-little crackers, big noise Furniture for Hale. Irs. Scott succumbed every care to the and above attention dreaded *, Continental, the ADVOCATE "&Jult1l1ke V
the Richard Bobbins. They lockets, pinwheels, etc. meet the who ( '
Mlms h08l1le.Accordion Rufus and to man can. t
Tltujvllle Via. l disease. A husband and an aged father .'
but said C. A. GAKDXEK: ,
were all pretty well Several useful articles of furniture for survive her, who have the sympathyof The Tampa Bay Hotel Tampa Fla., ,
Plaiting they had had an excellent day's outing. sale cheap. Owner g..lng away for the all In their sad bereavement. has at last gone ont of the possession of i. ,

Land For Sale. summer. Further particulars by" add reusing The funeral service were conducted in the Plant Investment Co. and deed has '. 'Ii.

y Pianoforte for Hale. :, "N. the Baptist church, at I 9 o'clock Wednes been filed at Tampa conveying the hotel I .'
| width
Plaited up to 43 Inches. Sunburst 12,000 acres of the Hanson Orant, ADVoCATE office Tltusvllle, Fla. day morning, by Kev W N. Chaudoin, property from the Plant Investment Co. I

J' :St Clara F. Rich, :2IU: West In first-clans fronting St. Lucle River, with Florida and the remain. were Interred at the Tlnsvllle to the Gulf and Ocean Realty Co., a cor I
.lacksonville, Fla. 12j: For sale,Will a Rica sell pianoforte cheap for cash. Address last Coast Railroad running through It Hear'For Hale. & cemetery, the funeral arrange porstlon chartered la the Htate of Con i .l

condition. "PiANoroBTK." choice property.C.. menta being In charge of Undertaker necticut. The amount of consideration fa

Wagons for Sale. office, Tltusville, Fla. BUCKMAJT: For sale! a Florida Bear, about two Andrew Froscber. given for the magnificent property I.I not
ADVOCATE Jacksonville Fla.MuleM year*' old. Very gentle. Owner has no given In the deed filed, this being the ".
time I to look after It, and will veil at a only reference to price: ",UK) and other i'; I
nave on hand a large dock of of Charter. Iraying.Draying I
Amendment and valuable considerations.
Notice of for Sale. Address good .
Mire I I and S-lncb tire one-horse Wagon, llarncwt reasonable price. i I'"
,at wag- F )(. WOOTBJC: bedroom! will be added !
-an be Twenty or more
delivered at once. or hauling of all Hnd* promptly w
K. E. MIMS, JR., Notice Is hereby given that the East Intend Large, heavy team of Draft Moles, Turnbull, Fla. attended to. Meet all train Durlness to the Spear Mansion, St. AUllu.Unel 1 .
Tltusvllle Fla. Coast Lumber and hepGo Company Wagon and Harness. Same can be seen attended to. this summer, and the I
to apply to of the of 00 place five mile north of Eau Gallie; home for Male. W. II. ExvMmr' Tltusvllle. be trebled In sl/.e. A smoking and bil
State of Florida upon the First day or address, S. B. WHITACRE.tf !:. liard-room and wide verandas will be

Shedding Material.l July, 11KW, authority to amend article shed{ Eau Gallie, Fla. A nice, little winter home for sale; 11 en anal added. To keep In line with other hotel l

VI of Its Charter so that the same amountof acre, small, 3-room cottage, 200 orange To Hotel *. that are looking for tourist business >.

l are Lath ( to f e read as follows: "The highest which the ,Are You Going North and grapefruit tree, IM bearing, 9OUO, private" bath will) be connected with
I ro ? for Pineapple Sheds Alo Indebtedness or liability to It- pineapples, under good cypress shed ; For Sale, Lease and Furnishing of every suite of rooms. Many other Improvement -

QIJ' mbar, Galvanized Nalls and corporation exceeat any time amount.object of theself Get your ticket over the Clyde Line, Japan persimmons, mangoes, guavas Hotel l La Caa. New clean and up-to- will be made to the Hprar
{ reo shall d from Jacksonville to New York. and other fruit. Good water protection. date. A rare chance to secure an A 1 Mansion Like other bn lnes.*", h.>'el"

Nees are the lowest Write authorized capisiq"ed CHA IT. WALTON, Agent, Andre, Box 6, tourist hotel. Address. must catch with the times If they
vying, ( ) A SCFPI.T Co. Tltnaville, Fla. Ueorgiana, Fla. 2t P. licwAif, Orlando, Fla. expect to the traveling. public.




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humiliated by bill eldest son's retire city be sotoetlnies. met old army associ- GENERAL DIRECTORY.

ment from the military' service, In ates, who sneered<<<< at the shabby look. -
8 riAiLlNanoNt1I1 (\ which he had expected him to win glory ing farmer. Grant appeared not to notice kei V, 8. SENATORS.

These later. But ; J.P..tallaferro....., ... ... .
\ OJ\ that Is another story. a living for his family. In the big log U. 8. CONGRKSHMrsnwwl'' ; "

1 After a brief visit with his parent cabin was a busy; housewife, surrounded ee I Robert W. Davie.. .

ummev5J'dr Captain Grant came to St. Louis antI << by her children, and that was home, ft. M.Sparknia.n..,,, .: Palal"
5 Colonel Dent' Wm. H. LalDar... .. ... ... T>"<' lv
r rejoined his family at something he never knew when be was te : Mnntlc.
SINJSS.filii U. 8. LANO
home Thlrty-twoycars of age with a OKKIfKH. .
In the army. S. C'htibh ... .... ... .
wife and two children one of whom be This life went on a humdrum life except W.G.n"bl"IIOII. :. ?.Mn I .>iOfticeB
hod never seen he had abandoned .the i at O ine vle.] F'.irliU! UJCJi'. *
._ << for wife and babies. Grubbing( s .,
military profession and Its pay antwas hO Grant began to I FLORIDA. LBQI8I.ATI:.
: << 1I1I:. hauling. grow
E. N. Dlmlck, Palm Beach .
F facing the future without a I ? ,
old apparently. lie permitted Ills beard 4t W. H.Jone.. TitusviU,.... :: ""
Thus Captain Grant began<< the establishment t ..
he looked much older
: to grow: so that EXECUTIVE DEI'AnnIEx'rII.
.. of a borne Colonel Dent than he was. Perhaps be felt old. It Is Wm. 8.Jennings . .. .. .. .
11" tl eai setting aside a tract of about eighty H.Clay Crawford. .. .... .....8ooret.lrl rnra.""
known that he mode but little headway lv, V. Knott. ..... ... or 8 r.z.
i j arw C.la acre on the old home farm for his \iite. In his farming and that be ,,"alldN'pl James B. Whltfteld... ... :. Atb.ruey/'rT/,,:, ...
Grant d..d.to the .. ... ea
He did not give a discouraged, but be made little W. N. 8heatA.. .1I1I\lt. Pullk (

f land. lIe simply, for Julia's sake, gave complaint Ills health failed he caught Alonau R. E. MoLinCummisaluunr C. ('r..om..... .. . .... I Agrtr.e um j::o:

'3aJ(&. to the"take Mexican It and war do what veteran permission can with chill and fever und grew sallow, seeIng John J.ClIlford aradfurd U. Foster..Adpnaup.... .. .... .. Sun neloo, /
Ii L.1v.V.w..u. m&lot you nothing In prospect but the samesort R. E. Roan.> ....... .... ... .. Stare Sior.lenN I.;
Colonel Dent like Jesse Grantwas 'beet
It. uf patient, pitiless, unremuneratlve Ofttcea at Tallahassee" Flurlda.

not well pleased with the man toll. He was almost. beaten, but not SUPREME COURT JfWihs

v -. -.- .--- who had married bill daughter.; The quite at.)i. Mabry........ .. ... .. ('hie? Jut
colonel was a southerner, of considerable 11'. R.Cartor........... .. .. Aea.1clxteJlmk,
In 1837; Mrs 'Dent died and Colonel A R.F. Taylor.... .... .... ... .. .. .. ,:
successful, substantial
Dent removed to St. Louis. Captain
citizen.. Old neighbors of the Dents A RAILROAD COMMISSIONED! .
Grant was placed In charge of White aI JelTeraon B. Browne, chairman,
still recall uncomplimentary language Haven, moving out of the door old cab- I K. Hud on Hurr.. ... . .. .. .l.ltll.lII KcvWW;
.used by Colonel Dent in alluding to t J. M. Hryan.. ...... ... .. .. KiMinmi.
The Log Cabin Built by Gen- Captain Grant. In, 'Uard4crabble. He was In control Ip'I ; K. C. Dunn clerk. .. .... .. MMIIO I "!
of the negro slaves. A historian of theBoasm : Heauquartern and oflleuB at Talluha"'i;;' ,Hi.:
eral! Grant Near St. Louis. But this did not discourage the ex- CIRCUIT COURT.
.. captain. It was sufficient that bill wife ., \\ Minor 8. Jones,Titnuville.... ('in'ult Jud&'
loved him 'and of his t J, I>. H.. Orlando .VrnnBciitlnic Attar
approved course : '"ry
i'7 ',"\ Bpri ng'perm-Fourth Monday I In, April. I
and cheerfully/ shared his hardships.That i 'H Fall fenu-fourth Monday In Nmi-iniwr; I

winter and the next spring' and '
summer he cut wood :plowed for .or'\\ I
A. D.. ( "nntl'
An Exposition Dlrrptor. May the wheat, hoed corn, bound wheat behind -t rI at ; .. 1' :" I>. In Oalll lIt the Knmoa It ) A. Stewart.... ... ..... f !
Plumb) Enrlr )Iowa "' "imty t| rl
the keen cradles of his fatherinlaw'sdarky 'J ,. .-: '''... -! /J.-.t-:: l" .; ; Spring Term-Second Monday.. in Ma I iy
Grnernl and Will Ile-vrvrt It on slaves and was a farmer's man :, ., "' .. ; 1 Hummer Terra-Second Mundsy in AIIIUM !

Fair Oroands.ISpeclal of all work. He hud :worked on a 1 h'l ..;' .. .. a e J Fall Winter Term-Booolullllon.I..y Term-Second Muuilu In VnpmTwr In belinnrj, ,

( Correspondence1.] farm in' Ills boyhood and was not I 1 ::l. i I i A COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD.

St. Louis, March .tu.-Notable: among :shamed of holiest toll. prominent Southern ]lady, Mrs. R. E. MimI, Superintendent. llminventnrtMenilmrai
In the late fall of IS.5! the harvestover J M. Dlxini, chalrmoll.'rtII01'III.!

ana the historic Purchase iittnictloiis exposition nt will the be Loulsl-Hardscrabble Grant begun the. work of cutting 6 r I Ir Blanchard, of Nashville, Tenn., tells. how R. N. Andrews,.Cocoa i J. K. loultz.'I|>rllcohln, <<

trees from which to how the timber COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
House, the log cabin built of the log lone that woe to be his aJ b I she was cured of backache, dizziness painful J. R. Walker chairman, Tltimville, 'Icilin It
Mint, Indlnnola; R. A. ('oukliug'lilllnnJuhtC.JnunaQuay )
and General Grant which
occupied by
home. lIe worked early and lute. Oak
i t J.F.hell, White 'it\ IIPKulai
bait lately been purchased by 0. F, and elm fell before his onslaught He and irregular] periods by the use of sessions are beUlnrst Monday! in encli "menu

Blanke, *an exposition' director, and fought It out on tUne all the BREVARD; COUNTY OFFK"'Ila.; .

I, will be re-erected Iu Forest pork, where fall and at last was ready for "the Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. 1 A.>. L 1>,.Omiiden I'ennoy.TJtmtvlllej., Tltuevllle.l'; .. ('?Gall ms Judpe4 A'r1,,' '!I.

It la planned to have it remain as a raisin'. ." A. A, Stewart,Tltimville. . I'.mIlIYClerl.lJ.
DEAR )fRS. PINKHAJI:-Gratitude to acknowledge the F. Woolen Coooa. .. .. Tax .,._.
permanent memorial' the famous There are ninny venerable citizensof great merit 'of your Vegetable; Compound lave E. W. Hall.'rituavale\ ... .Tax ('ollwlw
St. Louis who recall with fond recolectlon ? suffered for four years John Henry, Tltusvllle,... TremiiroK. ,,,
soldier, particularly recalling the dark the house riilHlngH of those old( with irregular and painful menstruation; also dizziness, pains in'the back E. Mine, Bonaverture. .. Snit| Pub I....
days when he was struggling against ; and lower limbs, and fitful sleep. I dreaded the time to which J. O. Fries, Tliuaville,. . Conan Snneit
daysVhen the pioneer had hewed him WBBBB GENERAL GRANT WAS MAB111KD come : J. Mrown.Tluisvllle.. ... Shunt
adverse fete to make a living! for himself loge/ and hauled them to the site of his would only mean suffering to me. > W. 8. Norwood, Tiuiitville .Re, I.trattl..oumuer,
I and family as a Missouri farmer. Butter health is all I wanted, and cure if ]assi .1e. !Lydia 13. Pinkbam'e '. :>
future home, he went through the countryside period says: "lie was a poor "lave, driver : TITVSVILLI; TOWN cm' I'IL.

No more striking will the contrastbe notifying! bill neighbors that however. The negroes did pretty VegetAble Compound brought n.e health and happiness in a. O. A. e'retulayor; Van Worknmr:)li I'l: IXtaxoollctor .
few short months. feel oluik, ,mil ,
I like another : R. t. Simla.I Jr., tin
between this humble little cabin of upon n certain day "the rulsln' bee" much aa they pleased." have left person now. Sly aches and pains nreri John Henry tax B,.e.it<.r; .1. U. WilfctK. ,
+ log hewn by bin own hands and the would take place. Itrlght and early Late In 1858, racked with ague, be ma. Life seems new and sweet to me, and everything seems A.; A., rKun. L.A. Braily, r. J Hull. .uUJ,L.
and .
I pleasant easy. ('ar.uth..B. onncilmen 'I he coiinoll Inca
I came the neighbors to assist", the house gave: up farming altogether: and went first In each month.
Into the real estate business in Six bottles brought me health, and was worth more than months Tuesday
bulkier In raising the timbers into place. St. TITU8V1LLK HOAKI OK TRADE.:
11 There wus n dinner spread on the Loula, in which he was no more suoceNHfuI : under the doctor's care, which really did not tcnelit me at all. I am flati'died O. M. R..l>hlna. jiresMent; J I. M. lilxun, tree
there is no medicine( so good for sick women as Vegetable urer.J.tt. BlUlt, ..etretary.Iet'l: ; 'euiml \\.*
ground, and hard elder and ginger cakes than he hud been aa a tiller of your ,
Compound and I advocate it to nuKilay night In each month at their n nniiFREE
my lady in need of
the noil. In 1800 defeated medical .
kept the woikers cheerful.The apparently a MASONS.:
'I Al'CKlTbll
help. MRS. B. A. BLANCHARD 422 Broad AND
Grunt house ruining bee was not man, he went to work as a clerk at fc-t., Nashville, Tenn. Indian River Ledge No. !IK. hells Itn sestina,

'. 'I a whit different in its immediate aspect $50:; a mouth In his father's leather When women are troubled with irregular, suppressed or painful menstrua the wjcoiiil, and lourtli Friday eveiiinir- earl\
store in Galena Ill. Then the tion, weakness, leucorrhora, displacement or ulceration month, at their loilpe room, ln llaii limrhnWRt :
from others of that time, thoughtho came of the womb, that T:3i: o'clock t> uJ.L.l'IIrulhpt... W II.|
historical significance was vastly civil .war, and what happened then bearing-down feeling, inflammation of the ovaries, backache, bloating (or If. A. Morgan,Seo'y.ORDER .
\ different.' The neighbors who on that need not be here recounted flatulence), general debility, indigestion, and nervous prostration, or are beset<< OF EASTERN STARFrlenilnhlp .

I autumn day helped to put in place the IlnrdHcrubblo house remained the with such, excitability symptoms, as irritability dizziness faintness, lassitude In ;the Manonlolxxlire I Charter: ,No room., 11, ,;Ivll\ie'\ niwdlnri, uu \ml'|
heavy timbers for Grunt's humble property of General Grant until 1884. sleeplessness, melancholy nervousness drat Tuesday In each month ar3:Rio; clcn.ll p..s. i
home, had'high respect for "the captain when Ferdinand Ward wrecked the P all-pone" andwanttobeleftalone" and I the thud l Tuesday In each month, M1*
feelings, Hues and IhBfi.llowlnitare the Siren\ 11 ," because he was known to them firm of Grant & Ward, and It wan hopelessness! they should remember there is one 1 o-cliickp.ro.( Mrit. M.M. Wilson worth, m,".''M.

i +. ns a veteran of the Mexican war and turned over William II. Vanderbilt, tried and true remedy Lydia 1:< IMnkhnm'S Mr. J. I.. Carrutherii, worthy V .tron.. >h.| Ka
M A Scrling"w.
keg as a former officer of the regular army. one of Ms largest creditors. Mr. Vanderbilt Vegetable Coin pound at once removes such I I Stewart Secretary A".III..arulI; Mr J. \f. ; Illxo.Mrs l ., TreanunT *"-
{/ They respected him also because he told It to Luther Conn, who In > troubles." Refuse to buy any other medicine lor Julius Kline, O.n.lnctre,,.; ,/aiiillehMiMl" |..
need the Last .... I Mrs t"... W Sruhte. AII"'Mil
you A.
.m.1; 1
1801 sold It to Edward real
hllrd.worlt..r like und
HAIIUHOHABBLB. wall a themselves Joy, n estate ,Y. I. ('arrnthera. Itu'h ; Mrs lien V. itnhhot .
[Qenoral Grant's log cabin a. it look. a good family man. They liked him dialer of this city Mr. Joy moved A Severe Case of Womb Trouble Cured i jiiitiiertMri-; A. A ..riHii. Martha 'I,Itllnlltai'
today. for his manly qualities. the cabin to Old Orchard three mlle } In Philadelphia. Mlnin, klertai: ; Mrs J"lin.. R. Walkw..
I Mr. F. A, Morgan; ( Imi'lHln, Mr+ T i w
/ towering and gorgeous palaces of the After the logs were in place Grant from Its original Bite, where it now "D An l\R\( Pnl IiJrAM1: hnve been more, Sentinel ; Mr. b"". 11 Walton. )1..1wL

r I world' fair than was the contrast In laid the floors and heli>ed a carpenter hauls! In R well preserved condition.Mr. cured of revere female! troubles by

the conditions of the man who within to lit tho window frames He nNo did Itlnnko, who lately purchased It the use of Lj(!!a K. IMiiMuun's Sonic SSpccisil Offers.

the greater part of the shingling and from Mr. Joy, lias arranged to move Vegetable: CuD pound. I rns:
ii a decade from the time he left Hardcrabblo -
built the stairway that 1 leads to the .ho structure to the world's fair site nearly ready to gibe up, but seeirg -

; cabin well nigh penniless and .two big, low rooms In the gable roof. ihd i-elinlld It upon a ben lon to he your advertisement: I rinlnfed! one lottle The F1'n,'Ida Fruit and Truck Krnner

a recognized failure no a farmer When completed Grant moved his nude permanent> of ) d it (lid n'e lio much the new monthly journal, devoted, enpeo

{ i stepped Into the White House. at Washington Family Into the house end It was their JOST..T'1I F.. nucK. rood that I p-irchased another, amYtbrf UsultNuw 1'0 ;intiifactory Hnt I ally tu UK.'luleitM,.. "l
as the chief executive of the lioine for nlx>ut three years. His futherlnlaw's (bought six more bottle*, and am now feeling liFe a Jf'W"C'nllln. I tlaIl et ble jioweis( of the Mate. i I. I IlihilMh"!
When want never be without it. I hope that at Ocala, 1\1 tIll year, .single i "I'I.IIIFor ||' l i
nation. But some tremendously significant big white house, a man you a pleasant physic try my testimonial will; ionvinrewoiren time months tilt'
sion In those days. Toro a of I Its Cbamberlllin'Slomach/ aud Liver Tab. that your Vegetable Clnmpotind is the greatest ireclidne in lie a limited a six
events occurred In that decade name world eahctlb
; lets. They are easy. to take nod p'eaHiint' for falling of the womb or other female subcil.tlonwlll| 1 he Bent to new I
in which the one time poor and almost IMS'n. 'Grunt gave lilt cabin a distinctive In elTen' Sold by all druggists and mud- CoDY, 26t10 Birch 8t. any 'ompJnints.-h. MAy era for 25 cents. Or both the Fruit art
l'hiladelphia l'a.Pinkhmm .
despondent farmer played a conspicuous nninn. "'p'lI call It Hardscrubble. ho cine dealers. Truck Grower and :Semi-Weekly Time

part. Of these events all the mild, potilbly wondering how tile master there womall Is f.'OI'llnlly write to rrlll. Union[ for $1 2.:>. I)' with time 'Inilc**
of White Haven would like the If I" tituptomv X. Voi k, bol U 08)1'11'
i world knows. Perhaps It does not ....*..h.. .. weather Prophet. uDalerstanl. her Rn.tllll1" about her : tehe tines Ilot Week World of w

.; know so much of the long, tedious, name.And it wu hard scrabbling for Grunt rOIUt'tt'r.o'l11a A common leech tumbler makes half a full good of water hn-' Cheerfully "'Ivf'n to address evervatllnw! h Lynn.woman 1'1.'M will. )her III1Jql adn'o 1'- ..Is free and torI.23.; L.! J. BRUMBY, Pnh. ()cala, Hi-

heartslckenlng years of .struggle which during! the next. few years.' He was u put the leech Into It and tie a pieceof _. _____.uH_ .
i this primitive log structure represents. tireless. worker lie plowed and wowed inuxlln over the top to keep the leech

"Uardscrabblt House' ," whl b Ulysses und reaped. He cut ('OI'clwOIMlllntl noM from'getting onto All you have to do .158 Official Supply House dt The Illinois Fishermen's Assneiatinn.

S. Grant chosn to call the first home It on the .streets of St. Louis.1' In the to find out what sort of weather we r rI I

of his own. was built by his own hands are going to lime IM to wutcli the little b r The Chicago Net and Twine Co.

In the fall of 1S53 on n portion of the creature. For example, when the day !

estate of Colonel Frederick Dent uU Is to be Hue the leech will remain at I Manufacturers, oftill >
the bottom of the glass, tub It-ti 8' :
fatber-ln-law, out on the old Gravels up lu

c road ulna miles. from this city, where { rplnil Kluipe and quite iiiolluuleHH.. It =: t- r I I Io
F ruin limy I lit t'"i"erttd. It will creep. to J ;
I L : It stood for nearly half a century. The 04 I
( LtSPllf' the top of the tfluiiH: and 1 shay there un : IZJ :::
place wan appropriately named, for ""O sC', ::: :;
k til it Blears olf. If the leech vests.. Itself .
here young Grunt, who had just resigned The duel and l I.'t'ry restless. thoiv IK going! a 25; a: -, x I i iO
from the army after having i in the to In u windstorm. I If It keeps. out uf !i'1) O. r ::
rtf graduated from Went I'olnt aiicf fought was a favor- the water for
several hays' look out for r ; t'I
dut.list.. OO 'it:
bravely through the Mexican hada
u t'imiderMtortii. The IndlcutlotiM for i "" I
men were O'J" I ::
hard scrabble to support hlmnelf and trusty weather' are the for tin...
in a dark mime UK \ ,# 1:1 ::
family. A few years before his resignation and crawled and for Know the same as for ruin.- It tFISHING' .
c: NETS and Netting of Every De cnptlon k 3
then a gallant young lieutenant from Toledo Iliad > iI *
stationed at Jefferson barracks, he bad Jdark to corner, !EJ O. O IDS I Dealers In :Seine; wine I Maitre Cord Hope, Etc f

.l .th courted and married the daughter of some false Mlornur of \|......., (I) Originators Wholesale Prices direct to the Fishermen.

Colonel l>ent. Later he was transferred 1 made one ot It IH the (coiu-liiston fruit men that j. r I TIMl-wi: E. Indiana St. Clno.m"<<: I"

.. to Jacket's Harbor, N. Y., subsequently the target apples' kiH-p tnticli better If they are () c to aJ ... Mention The ADVOCATE In your letter... __ _

to Fort Vancouver, the bullet or hunted Into cold storage an promptly "'a'p
on -= are Members of the Illinois Fishermen'. Aa."cln.
northern I'liclflc const, and thence to as they lire" picked lumteud. -of being U) 0 =
Is duel i
a :
Fort Humboldt, Cal, SOU miles above dark with left III the orchard In piles or lu bur --lEi' n __ _
San Francisco Ills pay ns an army disease. One false rel* to .w.'uL B= a
officer was, small much less than army and the attack comes awlrt and sudden! : : O OE.A..S. :SL1:700.:: ,
ottlcei's of the The mistake which the Last Hopo ICctUlzed.
1 same rank receive tot commonly opens FLA.
day. lie could not take his wife and way for an attack by disease is neglectof [From the Sentinel. Oebo, (ont.j Is s" Q. aft, si9' w. HAl' st.. JACKSONVILLE .

little on, now General Frederick Deut the symptoms of stomach trouble. In the first opening. of Oklahoma to .ad e
Grant, around the Horn to his distant When eating is folio we.1 br undue fullness settlers In 1SS*!I.> the editor of this paper rs G a e
belchtngs, sour or bitter risings WAS among the seekers after fur ..
post and in those days a journey many I CD
etc., disease is attacking the stomach. tune who made the +
big race one fine dy
across the: continent was for them out The beat way to frustrate such an attack In April. Dnrlnghla traveling about ami I EQ'a .. F a FULL FuLI

of the I I.W

5f and the child to his father's home lu ical Discovery: It cure. diseases of the he encountered much bad. water, which g 'bQ.

f4 Ohio, and shortly after his departure afiecond stomach and other organs of digestionand together with the severe heat, gave hima = t S
I 4 lIOn was born. Later Mrs. Grant nutrition and makes the body very severe diarrhoea which seemed fii'" EXPRESS -

i und her children went to live at White I IIi strong" and healthy. almost Impossible to check, and along ID .) s PREPAID ppEPAWCD
t 1 was.riae very much with my he** and f ,
Ii Haven her birthplace, the home oft tomicb. write Mr*. W. C Gill. .t Weldon June the cage became so bad he expect.to > =
Colonel I cnt. Bhrlhv Co., Al ai'a.'h:.t waa uo dimr when Iwould die. One day one of nis neighborsrought d J
rats up would fall right back. him -
> one small bottle of Clam.borlain's 2j$4Q
Hut the soldier loved his wife Could
young eat but very little, in Curt tcarcely any. f
t and babies, and the separation from thine there eenied to be a hea.'C' la my Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea 2i
Moraach': I could I not reel; veryolXen Remedy as a lost hope. A big dose was
t : them was unendurable. So while stationed would vomit up nearly everythiaff Iate. given; him while he was rolling about otS
1 was In a bail ooad" on. I took )A bar bat- (
on the Pacific coast In April. tin of Dr. Fierce'. OoUUa Medical Dtecovery he ground in great agony and In a few OJ d .
i 1 1854.: on the very day he had receiveda a.d ST. of ". .Favorfce rrwcnpiiaa sad am minutes the dose was repeated. The c I a
captain's commission he tendered now well and hearty. I feel leas a new woman good effect of the
aDd el.. Dr. PieraeA swdlcine.cre.rU for U all. was soon noticed A I Doz $
i Ills resignation from the army, to take I had taken medldne from pfeyaiciaaa" without and within an hour the patient was Iff a
I Sect the last day of the July follow any benefit aa I maid s...* taking his first sound sleep for a-fort I

i ing. At the expiration of that time he Dr. Pierce' Common Sena* Medical night. That one little bottle worked a ri ; DfLIVlRtD fORe

i started east, going first to his early Adviser is sent frt on receipt rrtaunps complete cure, and he cannot help but S /2Qtfl
to pay expense of mailing osJj Send feel grateful The season for bowel disorders N $
borne In Ohio, where he seems to barebeen .
l One-cent stamps for the paper covered: being at hand suggests this Item. Jj t
received rather coldly by his fa- book, or JI stamp for the clotb-txmnd. For sale by all druggists and medicine .a 1 I
thCr. who LI said to have been deeply! AddrtM Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y. dealer.

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["professional_ Cards OWLS IN WINTER. HOW TI) CURE INSOMNIA. I Thousands Have Kidney Trouble

BOBBIN'S, W1t.... Thor HI". and How Th.rMunaao Setup 9n-r...iitl..na Vnr Tho. \VliaitulVer and Don't_. :Know it. 9

E. U. to Get Food. Krom !''t1..I.......... How To Find- Oot. a ;

JATTOBXET AND COUNSELOR Owls are much commoner In winter For tlinse who sii.Tcr' from Insomnia Fill a bottle or common glass with your

Jim Dumps' young; wife while yet than one Is. led to believe by the occasional ar.it thus drem! lii,' coming of the. nlgbt. vatar and let! It stand: twenty-four hours; a

ATLAW.ill a bride specimens which are seen abroad with Its! wretched sleitlest! ] state a sediment or settling Is

practice In State.; and United States Some biscuits made with greatest pride in tin- diiytline. It we searched the few suggestions are iinule. Disrobe In Indicates an

Court Jim looked with fear upon the food hollow trees systematically any morn- the dark for lift blackness. Is. supposedto ":i' unhealthy condition

FLA. But to a bride one can't be rude. InK wi> should probably discover several produce a drowsiness whereas light ; 7-' ;of IfI the\ stains kidneys .,

Office at TITUSVILLE "Let's eat Force first dear, 'tis ujr screech owls. and |M'rhiv some of Btlnmhttos a hill arouses the activities.Just a I .J I your linen It Is,

whim," the larjrcr/ Ml'f>CIt'A.'t' K I Iftht 1 be surprised before going to bed take a sponge "- .r. 0 evidence of kidney r: 1i4'

L. GAULDEN, to find some of tho screech owlsred bath In tepid water and. after lying trouble: too a' ,
It saved the life of I
: Sunny Jim.
and others umy nnd like the early :- I down relax each it ml every muscle, frequent desire to ,

ATTOR ET-AT-LAW, omit holo"IMtM.V nilKht conclude I says' the Chicago Auvcrlcim. The leg* ... .,_ pass It or pain In ]r
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that the difference In color wns due to and arms. should be stretched\ out over the back Is also 1

[Will practice in all United the Courts States Courts.of the 8tateFlorilla. 66 different1 in ntre or ....x. I It Is. now the bed. nnd the I bent. way to lie IK. on convincing rrocf that the kidneys and bladder I I.'
1 and tbe are out if order. r
known thnt there nr*' two distinct color the face. Thh.It\ t the manner III which
\.u Ho*. : 35. Forc e"when phases' of this specleM not dependent on babies sled '. and their methods In this. There Is comfort In Do.the" knowledge so 1 ,

WEBB either nsre or sex, though Just what/ particular cannot well bt Improved up- often expressed. that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp. I 1
1. they are dependent on is not yet known. Root the great kidney remedy fulfills every t I) I

ATTORXET-AT-LAW When taken from their retreats In on.An excellent IUIIIIIC'l'1for sleeplessnes wish In curing rheumatism pain In the I" !
winter these birds. frequently feljfii U n bag of Ice. This .should be back kidneys liver. bladder and every part .'
I In'the Courts of the 7th death their nnd of the urinary passage. It corrects Inability t
Will practice eyes lying chopped tine nnd put In n' rubber ling ." '1
rouft. Taxes paid for non-residents in doubt, perfectly still III the hand. Hy and by, I anil then 1llIt..lllt the end of tho spine. to hold water and scalding pain In passing f"
co1eoted.rllsvILLJI \ It. or bad effects following of
Id rents and accounts eat it. when they tint! that their little ruse This treatment in particularly quieting/ : wln or beer and overcomes that use unpleasant liquor I .t 'II

:. FLORIDA.ATTORNEY.AT.LAW. I does not succeed, thl')' will simp their to tim nerve. necessity of being compelled to go often \ ,

bills. and bite and scratch In n solemn A physician. writing to a medical during the day. and to get up many times I ,

D. PENNEY, but very effective nmnuer. How they journal doclnrea! that be flnds. peppermint during the night. The mild and the extraordinary ", "

manage to get enoiiKh to cot on the water an ..1I1<'ll'lIt remedy for effect of Swnmp.Root Is soon '\' '"

All "Sunny ,JIm." Heir. dark cold nights/: U a mystery to those Blecplcssncss. This. Is. a very .simple realized. It stands the highest for Its won- I' :

unncqunlnteU' with the woods; but nsmatter cure and 1 It will not bring forth from derful cures of the most distressing cases. I
FLORIDA. "In our household Force'IR as familiar If you need a medicine you should have the ,
TUSVILLJI:. and welcome all Sunny Jim,' and a of fact there In more prey the organs of professional' opinion any best. Sold by druggists In SOC. andl. sizes. II.

ill\ practice in all the courts of the 7th that's saying a Rood deal, for we are all abroad on winter nights than Is generally declaration of niiBafrness. You have bottle t )
may a sample of this \ '
Judicial Circuit. 'Sunny J ws' now. ItIlN'ORt'lI.'llIImll'u art very numerous William I.alnJ Clowes Advocates. :
R. L. STOHS." wonderful discoveryf4.... :
n fnct which Is attested by" a novel remedy for refractory cases of and a book that tells ,

their footprints on the newly fallen Insomnia.. "I hnve recommended nucli more about It. both sent ers .

A. FROST snow and owls. are most expert mouse people after! having ascertained i what absolutely free by mall.

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW catchers. Their hearing is. HO acute Is likely to bo the nunit. comfortable position address Dr. Kilmer & rtomn. uf "..II..R.. ,... \ I t I'

W-G that not squeak escnpex them nnd for sleep" be stiys. "to nttix a Co.. Binghamton N. Y. When writing men ...
fill practice In all the Courts of the 7th ., tion reading this generous offer In this paper. '
'-- .--- --- they so soft! on the wing small bright light two or three feet .

Judicial Circuit. Muster's Sale. that they do not nliirnt the g.lIue.-\Yo-- above the bend flit} that In order to see _ _ _. t"" l t'!

'1'JT1S"U.LE. '. FLORIDA. Notice. man's Homo Companion. It without moving the head the eyes .. ;

nnwt; be rotated upward. The brighterand /: i : \:60: l1ifEDFORD'S
:'rin: AXD irv viimTe OP A DECKER
MORGAN U of forfcclfiwiiro anit Hale Ixmiml out of the rinCITIT roi'RTOfTHKBKVBXTH: .TJT.illelal How to Cnro lllaektieitda.For smaller the point of light the bet
7REDER1CIC A.Abstracts. IX Circuit of Fhnrila. In anil for Jlrevartlrnnnfy. blnrkhendii bathe the. face at '
Circuit fonrt for Hrc\'aril County Plorlila, ter. Let the upward rotated be .
in a cnimo tlinrnln, iliipnnillnirlur,,ln, The Indian In ( hnttrory.In eyes f
night with water an hot ItS C'UI1 he borne :
of Title. Hivcr, Ptnta Hank a corporation or a.. e re Rnmntal. of IHHaMMtloK 1uf directed. steadfastly at this a pcvslat'lit :i
"State, tit Florida, I I. (complainant.. and. Ocii. r. oiivertiire "if ;Mr... Kato U. } .11. IHicreo.llrciwn. without H.*:ilding. UHI cnxtlle notip and effort! being employed not necessarily -
|:EAI ESTATE AND INSURANCE liurvn and .IlIa. A. Unren, hi. wart,. Arthur T. ) a flesh brush nnd give your face II thorough
Fesuitorand. AliUfn Keiuitrr lil j4 wl.e anil cl"o to keep the eyelids 01'1'Jbut to t.I. t.
Loans, Notary Public. F. IMirun am) \rthurT. (o'PIIMI..r an en |>artner.. TlilH iliiy>llilHciiiiH,, elaine nil to be rurtlierliearilupon wash. Itlime with clour" cold wa keep the eyes themselves, bent MIOIIhe BIAtDRIU1alfJ t
IrnlInll"cl, ii,.,nit IWHlnpM nmler the ft ran niunoiinclntjleof the, lest I iiiniiy atiah, l m-tltlun. anil wax. ,milmilt.toil tl'r111<1 then niaxHitgc. with mutton tallow ( ,
Jlloctions, 'Typewriting Stenography' : \ i Huron Keanter, ; Kroil .'. Ta>'I"r.he hay pntiiiHel fur a llnal .""....e. anal the iiiatiorhavlnir t required spot. I.
Tluinvlllo c'lertrln:' l.laht PO a cirpiiratlimoftliH IH-HII fully "aanishhreaI by the Court, I It u which mnit, be WIII'II1I'us yon use An empty stomach N apt to cause .
: T1TU8VH.LK FLA. State id I t.',...lel..; Ivlwln (0 rjeilaman.' Ha. urcl"llh"t the ihtstere. rt>|M>rt Iw ""cllhe iiaiiw" It. Hub It In thoroiiKlil.v./ In the mornIng THE GREAT .)j
nrvlvliiir partner ufAluxniuer' t'."il'''mia"lux' IK hnreliy aiharwuul| | ami Ill rs. Kale II. Krowii, sleeplessness. It In II good tiling to : } t
anilor L. I eilrtnaii, and' Edwin; O l'I'edonian, copartner now of < Ity I'oltit llrevnnl. Counrv. Klorlilii. U wjiali the face with warm" water partake of some light food when premrlng ,, I
..flolnif. liiutliitjiw. under I in* firm, name h'.hY gr'iia' ,teal t"I1I1 h ,>eiiHeanilaiitliiirlty to take orvly-no oap)-nnd give ItI/ tlnuli of fAMilY J
I A. FHOH for bed. and for the who i ifl"
ttml atvlu ol I uilfman-.V, <'<>. ; John R. Walker. charge iif",".1 nu"I..II1..r estate to contract ",,,.I person MEDICINE '
TT-ROST A JONK3 John It. Ii.t. It. A. tonkllnu, Jiihn C. Jones' lio rontruo ml with tomut ami IHI Blind anal tohlnil cold 1 water. Never use powder <>r otherCOhflflPtlIh I" suffering from Insomnia nothing lit ,
alld.J. f." B..llcoM Oinntv loiiiiulm, ..l"ner" i>f lire- herwlt In all ruMpoctii an fully... If she were nnd avoid 111 cooked greasyor \ 'I'.
Bermuda onion
better than big.
The ntiiiiiluril, oil niiniarrled.Thin u raw ,
yard County I"IorlIa"' | Ciinipinv r
a cnrporatlon *>f and under the Utwn of the ilui-ree Hhall, have full force anil ptreot anMM rich fond with bread and butter. fl" t'. II.
}EAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE ,Stare of New Jertuty ; The New Haven Hanking '" an lliBHiunii linn. hon |l'"hlloho,1, onrB eat'h" ..
Company a corporation or :New Haven. Conneotlutic week for four. Hiun'eitttlva' ",,,,'kM In aoine new.. How to tlana. !! I
Sh)4'flhIPS. '
Loans and Collections.. ,.reilvranila .r., I will tell atpultlln auction jiapHr III Ilievanl Countrv.lioneamlorilttreil How to H. |io.lr Uro.nl :
In front of the Court House door ae Tltimvllle I' at (')""nh"rA In TltiiHvllle, When a aponge /gets. slimy nnd< disagreeable U. universally used, and Thitdford'i Dliuk-Draught .
(TiTL'sviM.E FLORIDA. Florida. luring the legal| hnuni. of hale, upon tbe Florida, thin 3rd day ot .Tune A. 1>. lwi.1.' ': to the touch. It can bo restoredto the best brands will get holes In tho laved doi-tori' bulls for more
FIRST MONDAY IN'JULY. A. t)., 1903 Jiulve; Circuit Court 7th Circuit of Florida. Its original coi>dltlon by the application bottom. I mend my own unless the sixty ynarit. For the common :

| a. Woitr.KY.{ R. II. SJCY)(<)UR."VORI.EY being the Sixth ilayof wild month to the lilirh-, of a raw potato.' ( Cut a potatoIn loles are too large by using a short ily ailuionti such an l ;"
act anil hunt bidder for L'anh. the fnl owlnir tieHcrllwd indignation hard, col JH, bowul '
halves and rub the with the ,.
A SEYMOUR real estate of the defendant situated Application for Tux Deed Bimnge opi'cr rivet. 1'ut the rivet through plaiiitu, cliilU and fever, the'r
/ 'llrevard, County Klnridai to wit- portions; then wash It thoroughly with the hole, place the washer on the end. nom, beailaihoa: and other :
All that certain lot or atni.h l of land situate I water. and the ullmy feeling will bar 1'
article be ineiulivl complaint other medicine I'III'CMMIU'Y.
the to on something no
ATTORNETSATLAW.a in the' County of Hrevard anil State ur "Florida Under 8eo. H ot Chap.4HH8. Law of Florida.H.TUTICK Put> '
and In the town ot Titusville and Umurllwd.. .. quite disappeared.CoiiHtl : hard, bummer until the rivet Uerfevtly It invigorates and t "
> funeral In State and Fed. 13 UKRKUVfjrVK.V that .l rnma T.
; ( practice -------- -
[rnl Courts. Special attention givento follow Beginning:- at a point on the Rant. line of Wanll-. J.1J .Veaxter. i".rCi..jIrT.. .* -I'ertltluaM:" -in, pitted ItoweN. > tight. said tile utensil will not nltitni! tho liver, amiiiit i'f '
Ington Avenue 60 feet North of the 8nnthwet, 2(11)( \, clatuil the Knit, that of July. A. D. limn, eak when It Is used. itimulatp action of the : i 1'1"
admiralty practice Kant:. haH. nleJ l iial.i certlnrate in my urlloe .anal baititfule the should the blood and ,
curlier of Lot :'i In rtIK l>, theuue running To have RootlJIiealtli body puriftna ) purges! f !!
, application tax dtmil to lamia In
klSSKLL BC1I.DISO '. WlAMI: ,>FlA.TEPIIKV on a line jiairallel with tne Hoiith iindary.of. with law. Bald certificate einbmceii,aoonnlanna be kept In a laxative condition, and tin bowels of foul accumuluiiotm. It I I ': '

said. rlirht Lot 9,of U5 feet to to*ald a I 20. font ll v,alley running conveyluvthe North I I the following ilnHorlliail. ., propertY .ultnateil. bowels. moved at least once' a day sc Mr. Joseph romlovllle of SUlhvatcor.Minn. ,. ,. curt liver complaint Indigestion( !1

[ E. FOSTER. and South' thence way North atonic' said. alley 30 feet As Hnwunl NW.of" conncv R W'' .Flnrula.' tt..wltl 8W" of N W'A :I that all the poisonous wnstoa. Are expel [ ., after having spent over $2Kl) tour itomach, dUr.lnoni, chills \ "' ,
to a ten foot alley runnlnu Kstanl Went,thence / Section 2UTowniihlV2t| Hoiith, 142 N. with the best doctors for stomach trouble rlicunmtio pain lideache back. : )
I Kanice, .;...t. The said! land lining nesneil. at "lod dallp. Mr. O. L. Kdwards : ; I
ATTORXET-AT-LAW WiiHhinut'in Went, alnn( said A vnnun alley, tben'e l-'B:! feet ftoiuh to the 30 East!:feet line alonn of I the. date. of the ln..,iiauoe of uoh certIficate In Main St., Wichita Kansas write : "]1 without relief was advised. by his drug' ache liiJimy troubJei, constipatIon{ '

the uaicl K.ml line. of Wa.hhiL't"ii Avenue to the the n one of C. II. Mairnuler, Aict. ITnlma saidfiertlrto'ite have used ITorbino to rognlit: the liver gist, Mr. Alex. Richard to try a box: of diarrhivu! Lilioiiinnin piles, hard; .

: Dyal-Upchurch Building, Jax. iiolutor IH.gI; nnhn. The name l elii| { a .."rt of tux iloml will nliall i.niie Im rxilmminil thereon on acvortllnir the aotli to cI..y.. law of and bowels fur the l punt tun sears, and J Jhnmberlaln's. Stomach and .1".r'I'aboo cold! and headache." : },very! dniff- I I

JACKSOXVILLR FLA. Lot t Hlk,l I.. ai "per map' or Mine.Alwi the, town ofTltunville June. A. U., III( I. found It a reliable remmly.1 SOc at B... ets.. He did l .B<. I\nellK a well man to- glut h1\ll ".'ht) forl'l Dlack-Uranght 1 !
on Ilia In the ( %Vat..aN mv n"I..1. l .1 l and! neat this troubled l bad 25 ClInt and in
nature with
a strip nix' and a hair (ll'a) Inclien wide It. Wilson A son, Tlrnsv'lle. day. If IndlgeHtlon in pacluiges;: niautmotli \ '
,. oft of the the 20th day of )Slay A. I)., tlXW.) month luck of iizo fur tl.CH Never I
(Incluil'iiu half vI! the party wall) C'.Ct. tast) lnthe appetite or accepta
[ Kt'alJ A. A. STEWART.
S BURXHAM, M. D. North. Ride of a certain 'lot of whih Ian I adjulnlinr.nuld strip theahovedeiwrlli ,I I" Clerk Circuit Court, Hrev.nl'''''"to': Klorlila.. I..*... t* .. ... ..J.llll. constipation! give then tablets a. trial ulmtituto.* Insist on having the .
fully ilBKcrli.ml" "d In.preintiieii a certain, deed from Frank T. By () A. Stewart l>. C. A comhlinitloii of !poultry with Helentlflo and you are, curtain to bo more than original made by the Chattanooga 1 1

1111'' Ire and wire to 8. H. Itty and J. W. Hoilcer| fiiriulng. will 1 rlnii, reBiiItH xuiprls'' I.leaned. with" the result. "For Hale at 21 Medicine. Company.
sURGEON and SPECIALIST, June UOth l'"ui, .and 1'f'.IMd In Hook I' I ,
dated box all and medicine -
cents' by druggist
fur lire- 1'ER. tb who have!' I bclltvt Thcdfordi BUck-Driugnt I ,
'"" IVitl In Ue ofmie of Clerk of Court; WA.STKI liiirl.v satlHfiit-tor.v I to. 'SC ,
S. Ear Nose and Throat. In M< h Htaui La> Ira el tor honneiatahllHheil dealers. .
Klt rtda. li the but medicine earth. 1 U U
viral > on
Count soil and :
I along tilling I the
eluveii year* anil with a larice Il't'nl.l..hllll;: / 4
'T PAI..M BRACH: FLORIDA. St-Jul.v-3 JOHN HpvuUI HENRY, .Muster. capital', to ca. I upon tiinr halIte sii l agents for \/UI'UIlj.tho products'. to market nt'thxBenson's good for any and cvcrylhlng. I have \ \
am cenHfiil ami pron'alile* line. Permanent a family of twelve children, and for j
dl. -- _ _ _ aii'il 011(1.I'oultl' USEFUL KEROSENE.How .
icaicetimnt. Weekly oaxli aulary of ,I4 i all four ycarf I have kept them on foot I
\R. HOUGIITOVSIOATINQ Application for Tax Heeci. iravellniexpeiiiHii! anti hotel hllln advancftil )' tills In a vaciiut sput' In the '
; and Healthy with no doctor but Black.
canlmai'li. .. weak. Expsrla.na'a4| not ewwnllal. MenIon It Mnr n. teed: ta AdsiamiaC.AIeci.i '
e refo..noeand enctimeiMilf. aildrueii. nnvplou', farmer's life when time t-amiot be otherwise lb. IIo.se.It Draught. A. J. GREEN. lIIawa,.. U V1 I IS ''I
THE :-IA'fllNAL. KM: I>.,arnorn St., ; ,
Chloairit. a time
of Florida.NOTICE employed.
Under Sea. 8, Chap.. 414$$, Laws .
DENTAI APARTMENTS IM. not only for the purp of IllunUnatlon a4 j
- -- --
; IS HEREBY VI':'II THAT .roSIAH given to the care of a few hundredchicks
,,,,, ertlnuateNn. tliut k. 'ii. lit imeful Shout
on the "DentOB" ,, pnrcluwerof Tax< SAN FrANCISCO EXCURSION.It lit HO small one rarely notices. roK
of M.ivoinlHtr.. A. U. ;
324 ,1..t.llhe 4th day lioiim The oil that In lIto1..1 In
181M\ has nlB.I mild. rertlttoaca In my ottlce and l It. anil the coxt compared with ,tlie return a v very
Now PALM BKACH. deed to Inane In liinipn -lift .lx turned to excfllont account
AT (
ban made application. lax U umiill that none should .
Hal.I, certltlcate embiwei will Interest. the oomrailes, of the. IIOJ'y
accordance with law. than but the t
'h8Iullnw'n\fcl".lh..cl".ty"ltllllted' In llr* Grand Army of the Republic and their hesItate to give I IL The little chicks -In more ways one '
I M, Klorlda. to-wlt: Ijnt 4, Blcx-k I>. niiijorlty of housewives" do not know \
MASON vanl county friends il Blrlnif to attend the annual encampment are .cured for by tho women folks, amibefore ,

I. I K.lI..rl..evlll"l The nalit nertlon land beltiK 3O.;T.iwunhl.iw<".Hed| 23 at 8 the', lUnice data or 341 of the G. A. It. at Han FrRn- we reull/.e that fiprlng. him gonetbi the IIm'.l'II,1I11I1 ono tbliiKi, that coal oil For nearly '

a. the hesitance. of nucll certificate. III the name olt'nknown. deco, (;California August, 1st. to Oct. ducks. have grown to niiiturlty RlldIII' will do.TIti'if'. L .

- DKN'TAL-SUROKON, doemed. aooorcllni. Unlenn Raid to law.rtitli-ate tax deed hall will. here IMIIC 10th at the low rate of $$0.1.71) ready to 1 begin returning a prolU' In nothliiK butter In the world ;, half a century \ : '

thereon" on the With{ day of Juno .\. I'.tiioj.Vltuen round trip from Jaoknonvllle, with toUt to offset the font. of ruining. for Hcunlnic an eiiiiini'liHl I or sine bathtub
% my otHislitl: nlKiiature' and .neat this the rist's sleeping oar berth for two persona than a cloth that hits bewi wellutiiriitid .
| woi>, FLORIDA.E which IIIIVA ,oiisiimetlcilu flci.3r'aIL
The food they
2nth day of %tay, A. 1). IX! >3.i through to Man Francisco, at I.SO.). These with kerosene .says the New
[ t. Ot Seal. ] A. A. STK WART. fixed the several 1 IM counted as nothing Blnce It ban
the rates -
by i
ire passenger
Hwvard ConntT. Kla. acouinulatlona that '
of The
Clerk Circuit York Journal '
BUCK, By O. A. Stewart, D. C. aHnoclatlon. and (Jen. Chan, comm all been ralBt-d on the farm and would tho bard watercomoawaywUh.tu'nnely Seeds I'I'
nilln< the Florida department 'K AIL hare pel-Imps gone to wimto were It gather from

|IH" In Order No. 2, selected the not for the fowls which gather It_.up. .' any effort when the oily ,,... _....mmlne fainom lnr rv/ I I !Ilund..r
Mulil !
- ('ktoo & Budd Building Main 8t., :Southern: railway system ait the contract Tlio hogs the cuttle, this liortics, all cloth !la upplI"" all dOlOl..u.n.r'.1 I. A nnnal> I (.
Homes at the Imltt pnanlblo terms III a kitchen Mink the same In tnm pais4mlai .... to ali.|)pluiaiil*> I ,
Virginia InlC 1
J.lCkMonvllIe. company and sa'iitterorhr and (outs and
; RoomA 15, lit( I 17, wiiMte/ D. M. rCKNT: *.Mt.rtt '
ookluK to the oi>mffirt and economy of the patient hen gather all up and lit Thi .soil and dirt that lire bound to .,.. Mbk. j. ,
the rnmradcM. and their frlenil I gather, 110 matter how 'lIr"fnl and thor- /
DENTIST. content to her I'
Ton learn nil al>out Virginia Lands, The route selected : Jacksonville'' to ever go way.The ought one may b.., give away at once "
good hen. will\ lay from twelve to I II1ft..11
|*fl ao.1 B.ldge. Work Its reHKiirces product,, nvideof cultivation Atluuia. Hlrmlnaliam and Kanaaa City before the coal! oil. I'lnnty of scalding> i' ,.'"
nil of which
prices etc., by reading the via '"Ith.rn aud Krlnco routes Denver : exKM: a yenr. should follow the : '
; Porcelain Inlays Virginia ...."rll.er. Send lOctt Col., Rack Island K'y., Colorado Springs! are worth. whether on our table" 'or In ho.t water however The Largest and Most Com-. \ ,

High! dims Plate Work. fur 3 ,inoothi ntibHcrlptlon to the hind I'oubln, via P. A 1C. O route to the market fully 15; cents a dozen. use of keroiwiMt. r ,)
and via. It. U. AW with A rtipful In a boiler In which clotheeare Dlate Establishment South. l
Farmer Co., Emporla Va. Salt Lake City Ogden Now1 let any farmer figure on thin Ii""
ANTKD.SEVER4LPERSOS OF CHAR- route thence to San Krlnco\ via Mouth nothing! to deduct as cost find say It U on wash duy help to Improve their ,

. tutor ami K "n. In Ihl.collnty r&'lulrertt) rel.re..nt coolest and moat beautiful route on the (....'Olid rubbing.Keromne :
-1 14V.rtu'. beim along with hi* other furm prod.
"lei '
r 'of eotabllal".1 wealthy I'tIuIi.5N" f fM lines across the continent. As ten days will make the blade of
.0'hllln..cl"l, $2100 bltu to think of what : '
"t..ndlng. Salary IWOBMSI ucts. l Let stop
,I With ox,,,,.._ ad.lttlonal. all psyato 10 ( ire allowed to reach Krlaco"( stop will knives bright and will help preserve I : -
U".t ....''h Wwlmwdar. from head offl JOT. be made wherever the majority may de bis table would cost were It not for the It In. also excellent ''i .,
and on
aM eilffea
rPlle... 'ftrria,4a, rurnlolteil when neoewiary. sire. The Southern and connections will chicken and eggH.! ever ready to l hal r. '"ololl8cl' elf adilreiowil envelope. ) Bait In Quality. convenience and have served and he will certainly gladly thing with which to clean avlnnon. '
*<4l Iearioi-n St.' .Chicago.ley's .t la Quantity. provIde every a machlD oil fflren j .,
) "VV'EXXTE'S: epreaentatlve with the party to see to give a little time to this one branch of When the sewing

every comfort and the expedition, tnov- the farmer's products. --. Farmers'- out the keroMoiMt cnn may be reported I .

Kidney Cure lug of the train. Volc. to, but should only bt used! on tbe iron .

kes kidneys and bladder right Cream Vermifuge ,\ll partIculars can be had by writingII. work and bearing t 'J.1
C lary. District I'anHenger agent, llrokon on the Whorl. :
){ FOR 80 TEAR* Southern Hallway 1X, W. Uay street, The most general punishment for j /

SO YEARS Has led all WORM Remedies. Jacksonville Kla., or to Comrade T. R. criminals condemned to death In the How t. Void ., Ilr..*. : '1
EXPERIENCE Chapman: <]1""rtennl\Olter general, St. Fold a dress across rather than .. I
eighteenth century' .. the wheel. The --
EVERY BOTTLE Fla.WEATHER. It net Imigtliwlna creases "
Petersburg, lenfftbwiiM "' '" 1//
BOLD BY ALL. DItUCCISTII.PH""aIO victim was laid out and bound to a < ::. '
In wearintf. Tile folding across couuterarti (

A JAMES :r. BALLARD: Pr. ._B?_. LOIflR.t REPORT.By .the large bones wheel of hi tbe* arms executioner legs and breaking thighs thla. Stretch the. skirt out full MANUFACTURERS OF i ;
w belt to
then fold down from tile
_____--------- width
Rev. Jaa. II. White 'observer for with a heavy Iron which bar. hlit always dexterousmanipulation fit the trunk. Doors Sash Blinds ; "I) :
of was applauded -
U. S. Government.
Weather Bureau,

55 ;')'VtA tk k TRADE Dcsians MARKS jjjY DISEASES HfMUAKY roll MAY, 1JI03.! for bin( unthankful by the crowd task In he rvcoinpens received a flow to \Vhll.. !.!..... Mcnlding & Building Material f )

D COPYRIGHTS Ac. Highest temperature on the ;JlsL. 80.0 icrolx. I.lnen which has acquired| A yellowor
' .t< g a,skef.'h end description maf l..o"eat"' .. !at. ftl.0: tee of 2.1 l1.rH.--J'anl bad color through careless washing Cfflce A Wareroom King, oppoatt ". "'I

I I ..nl our, pMtontable.opinion true CommnnlraUilentliU. whether aa- fatal of all dU- Mean for the month. . . 73.2 A Splendid ICeine*... may bo reiitored! to prIstine. whlteneiH Cannon Street.Charleston i;, .
11..1........on PatAiitA are the most for :-U . 70.7 It well In water containinga
"I airenor for ......rlnKPo._.... Average mean yean by working S. C.
... I*. .*_? thr.uwb Muini Co. roc..v.i eases. IIlgbe.t" "in 184 .:.2Lowest Neuralgic pains, rheumatism lumbago clear lolutlon of chloride. of lime rln- ,
. ; IthoUohage, intbets "in 1901.: 75.3: and sclatlo pales yield to the penetrating .
/ \both before and
It In clear
\\i ntific American.T KIDNEY CURE Is IrULtl Rainfall In Inches. . . . 2 CO Inrtuenc of Ballsrd's Snow Mnl- after log using iLl blonciiinu' :. liquor. Sash Weights Cord auJ !'

Average for 25 years . . 3.49! ment. It penetrates to the nerve and .
. Z'-'-"t an| ,"ln""" ." t""al. Lasseel'I...,.... $4 14r.a I 0 6jarant2 Ranadj} Greatest In 1WK . 11.S8 bone, and being absorbed Into the blood, Tax- -on-IIal- >-len. Hardware. I

)0 Ir mont ; $0j4 sy n Least In 1882: . .73 Its healing< I properties are conveyed toevery ,

g CO.381B'oa'' .,. New York refunded. Contain Prevailing direction of wind. . SB part of the bodr and effect some Ex treme hot weather la great tax upon

- 'Jece. c!:!$ r lit.. "' ....Iu.-. Do.S .(. or money eminent Number of clear-days . . 22 wonderful cures. Mr. 1J. F. )Moore agent : tbe digestive power of babies; when Window and Fancyalas.-
remedies recognized by .. fair . . . :a Illinois Central Railway, Milan Tenn., I puny and feeble they should be given a SPECIALTY.

AP1NER SALVESalve the best lot .. .. cloudy . . 7 its Us: I have used Ballard's Snow Liniment -I few' done of White'. Cream Vermifuge A .
1II0.t physicians as 04 la1.wlthr.ln. . H for rheumatism backache, etc., In tbe children.' tonlo. It will\ atlmnlate --
, h..ling In the world.ey's Kidney and Bladder troubles. .4 Jays with thunder 7 my family. It Is asplenfiid! remedy. We I and facilitate the digestion of their food, Foley's Honey and Tar

ana J 1.00. Island Home, could not do without It." 25c, AOo, and to that they soon become strong, healthy

COlds Honey prevents pneumonia.and Tar n. PRICE R. WILSOX Me. & SO (. r: MerrltU Island FU. I1.0U at B. R. Wilson son. I and active. 23o at D. R. WIUoo 4c: aon. for chlldr"nu'.un.VA op tl1&.



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JAMKU. PRITCHABD, President; war M. BROWN, VIcePresldentC.

o S. SCHUTLBK, Cashier W. Asst. Cashlei,


A W..KLT JODBKAL D.VOT&D TOT. DBTBbOrMCMT the years we have< ,
During many

Florida we have more or less clam< FOR A QUARTER Authorized capital, $100 coo

EVERY FBIDAT.DBABLB in contact with people who growl al i liver.and life a mieerable .. Paid up capital, $40:000:
/7 who have torpid
& Publisher their local paper while others praise i. people.1-, sad take. pumas: and 4..tlo dMlIP -1- r-\. Average deposits, $ i 50,000
H. WAi/ron, Editor merchants are. all they Deed I.gentle \a .
Some "'eII
it sky high. which trip and>*ok the bowels .'1\!\
while BOOM to *K. U*.r te do lie duty.PELLETS. \
b.mad too scared to II a reminder
Discontinuance of tdvts. most par ,
..allj at this' ofllc or by writng.Obect.to. other people rage against their lo.. AMON'S LIVER PillS Transacts a General Banking
cal paper for almost any
.,may be mad payable to CBABLBI reasons or no, reasons, because J DTONla Business.

B. WALTOS,publlnher.; they do not like! anything publish etlmuJate the aver to its
the grain ;" II t ? *M to their BO OB. The pill' tbe, ..e..m -'a Largest and Oldest Bank the
BOSTON OFFIC'1C-TI//. KAHT COAST ADVO. ed that "goes against It proper wott,.and the pellets InvHrorsUsoeoUc'iBe'should "lI.lob .. all a J I on River
,, because they do not wish to. short they both rider "aIIa" ,
Atlantic avenue and .
OATS has opened an office at 4O4 tbttZB do.es for >D t Exchange bought: and sold on all Foreign
Boston, which will be In cbarg.of Mr. Claude have others learn certain things I do. Remember free sample UBROWN rW N
have a
ZDo. You can .
theii -11-
0.Walton. about themselves ; .
I you wet is Patronage appreciated. Prompt service,
'out I .
friends. have not been pleasantly; treatment,and every favor cnimlHtant with .
ff In writing to tile AKVOOATB for Informa noticed because the paper has MFO. CO. + r s rvative banking granted
tlon of any kind,the writer will olilme by encloM ; what they did not wish New York CORRE8PONDENTS'Beaboard :
tog a stamped-sddreeeed envelope published and Greeneville. National Bank of tow York, and
it to publish, and because it hat ? National Bank of Jacksonville, Via,
that which they want- Tenn.
Address all communication to not published 'rlL'TJVILLE: FLE1.
EAST COAST! ADVOCATE, ed to see in print. Almost always

TITU.VILLa.'LeamA.U because of some point which afTecU l r.

their own self interest or selfishness SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPAE
do this class of people rage
8. Department of Agriculture "' "
will find others that
Then rage
you Sold by B. B:. WILSON SOX.TITU8VILI.B.
Weather Bureau-Jupiter, Fla. "on general principles," and utter ------- Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime Cement
their flat abolishing the whole institution ,

The folio wing i a comparative It.ate'lDent of newspaperdom.It TO GET RID OF ANTS. Indianola.

of temperature and rainfall for the is safe to that there is! V
weekending Tuesday,June 2: 1903. say Florida has started Vitrified Paring and Sidewalk Brick
The ant season In .....
-1902DATa. :- hardly a single issue of a newspaper little Johnnie Field Is the happy owner of a ,
and the bustling pent
MAX. MI1C. MAX. MIN which does not contain something with a vim, like Trojans. Referring horse, having bought a 3-year-old from
17 84 70( 0-2 fl9 somewhere at which some to are ants now the working Agricultural News says t.batmore Chas Cleveland.G. Offices foot ot Hogan Street, Jacksonville, Florida. Telephone No. 262

88 8t: 70 00 UO 70 70 "growler" rages in spirit Referring remedies are proposed for their extermination W. Schuyler and family left last J. K. MUNNERLYN, General Manager.
SO 8-1! 75 83 75: to this baneful habit of growlIng than for nearly all other Saturday In their launch Daytona,
BO 84 711 household pests; and while some per. I expecting to stay part or all of the sum
31 85: 70 HI 08 at your local paper a prominent son find one effective other pin their
1 84 73 80 72 newspaper man, in conversation another and regard all the rest mer.George
faith on Sweeney has just completed avery
2 84 75: 8:1: 73 E. C. JOHNSON .
with ADVOCATE: representative, frauds and snare
Total rainfall for the week: 0.811: an aa large cistern for his mother; and
Departure from normal rainfall for the said : "Putting aside all these ; It may hn useful to publish some now let tbe rain come-not alone to fill
week minus O.dO Indies. Departure causes for displeasure on the part methods of destroying ants In houses, tbe cistern but for the orange groves
: which have been tested and found to this section begin to need Groceries and Fresh Meats
that in sadly
from normal rainfall alnoe January 1,, of the growler let me state one give good results.Tbe rain. .
plus 6.00 Inches. particular circumstance, and this first I Is published in Bulletin No. '
II A L. P. IlARDlN, Observer. the United States Department olAgriculture About two weeks ago a very large alligator 'i of all kinds.
30 of
is really the chief reason why people : Mix 10 parts of sugar with / eight or ten feet long was found
--- ----- rage so much and so unreason : boll and and shot on the county road, near Mr
and cool
of water :
IT is rather pitiful to read of a ably at the press. The circumstance KM then part add one part of tarter emetic and i Kroeger's house. It la supposed to be : Fruits and Vegetables in Season.

man much given to upholding the Is this: The fault finder, tlr. Set this about In tin and"other tbe one that has made It. home for so Mall Orders Receive Prompt Attention.
long in the creek: near J, M. Field'splace.
strenuous life asking a possible opponent the carper the would-be censor of receptacles, covered that the with ant muslin can obtain or wire access oo'aod r=am.
netting so
not to stand in the way of! the press very rarely'a Ilk I himself but not domestic animals. Tills I lea Mr. Sanderson, of Scranton, Pa., hag ----- --- -- -- -
endorsement. these questions : "la this right111s Fred Bergman's house and ,
his political good; method.A bought; /grove
it just?" "Is It a fair statement very similar one Is I to use, In exactly the transfer having; just been completed
of of Mr. and Mrs. Bergman expect to make Screen Door & Window Frames
?" lIe never seems to recollect the game way, a mixture one ounce
THE Florida Legislature is J a the jam or syrup and three grain of finely their future home In New Orleans, to be
thing of the past for this session ; that in reputable journalism( powdered corrosive sublimate. This is near their daughter, Mrs. Storm. It Is
and some claim that the framers of first law, the guiding rule of an a useful poison, and makes the ants with regret that we shall part with Mr We have just Installed special machinery for the manufacture of screen door
laws frittered'away, honorable editor is the simple one very sick. and Mrs. Bergman; but, perhaps, not and window frames and can make them In all sizes styles and designs.
the State's of sound sense and exact justice ; Another simple remedy, Involving DO more so than they will be to,leave tbeii Can cover them with plain green wire, galvanived wire or POMTEIIAN
much time and money. (put of do poison, I Is to soak a piece of sponge In beautiful place here which, in Mr. Berg. BRONZE Screen wire cloth. Write for prices.
, 1,700,000 appropriated, $600,000went and it is because they consider sweetened water. Place this where ants man's own word, he has brought; up EAST COAST LUMBER AND 'SUPPLY COMPANY

educational purposes. The this point that they rage so are likely to be; and, after some bourn, from a wilderness," and knows every General Office at Eau Oallie, Fla.
educational interests must have much more than is necessary, and when It is full of ants, drop It Into boiling plant, shrub and tree on It-And t.hereare Yards, at EAU GALLIE, TITUSVILLE and FORT PIERCE.Eodgs .
often make asses of themselves water, and then sweeten It afresh fora many rare and beautiful ones Mr.
been well represented in the legis, wise second or third crop of ants. Sanderson and family are assured of swarm --- -
lature. when they might pose coun The laboratory at the office of the department welcome when tbey come In the
I selors. In fine, then, some people was at first Infested with black fall, for' during their stay among us last c& O'Hara
rage because they cannot see that ants that came In from outside. The winter, they won their way Into all ,

THE Dally Capital, Tallahassee in reputable journalism justice and use of poisoned jam, carbolic acid and hearts and homes. .Manufacturers and DealersIn.| ..
says that under the new law no one the molasses and boraclo mixture soon
) rule the editor ,not
is allowed to seine or trap fish in common sense taught them not to come In, and they Chronic bronchial troubles and sum Rough CYPRESS'IllELLOVY PINE LUMBER.I
any of the fresh water lakes of malice, spits and prejudice. now confine themselves to tbe outside of mer coughs can be quickly relieved and and
Remember this : Wrongdoers are the building. cured by Foley's honey and Tar. Sold Dressed
I Florida unless he owns the lake and Crates, Mouldings,Shingles, etc.
more fearful of the press than of by B. B. Wilson& Son, Tltusville.Georgiana.. Orange Boi leads, Fruit Vegetable deliveredto
and the land upon which it la loca. Mill .and office located at Buffalo Bluff Fla. Write us fur prices
law justice BO called, or punish. THE JENSEN CEMETERY. O'llara, Buffalo Bluff, Fls.
ted. It is unlawful to seine in any any part of the State. Address: hodges; A
ment. You can hire a lawyer ; probably
of Florida.. .
of the rivers
streams or
EDEN FLA. June 0,10ot.Kilitor \ : .
buy a Jury ; judges never telltales ,
This is law it should be in the State.a .
a good Established Oraln and Bee.llfltlse
out of court; doctors keep Lust Coast A d'oraln'fhroulIb The

r. rigidly enforced. their own counsel and scandal byword ; your popular newspaper we Mrs. Hughes spent a pleasant afternoon

of mouth travels but a brief desire to call the attention of the citizensof with Mrs. Fields Monday. YA i1

! THEY recently finished a murder but the cannot be Jensen In general: to the fact that It U Mrs. Kogero's mother arrived a week' wrn: ._ ..8... Sours: dz: Co.|
space ; press a standing: disgrace/ to the community, ago and is visiting her daughter.
trial in Rochester which cost the frightened bought or forced into that their cemetery I la so exclusive that
, .i' county about $15,000. Another silence. Big ..Inners-Mnd they are no part of It is set aside for the burial of Miss Louise Cannata U visiting Mrs. GRAIN HAY AND GARDEN SEEDS,
Louise Walker Lotus for two weeks.
. within their at ,
the the
case of con.Jderal interest in Koch the hardest to catch-fear the exposures stranger, or poor

ester Is that of Mrs. F, E. Young, of the press more than they gates. conditions such that ITervey Bower left Friday, of last Meal and Fertilizers
The present are week, fur New York city, to spend the Flour, Grits
who, it Is charged, went to 'the dread the pangs of the law or the the poor must either bury their dead out summer. H Bifi orw

house of Miss Florence MoFurlane< pricks of conscience." In the scrub, or beg of the generosity shelling PUBECA MILLST. MO. 112 Ea tBa* Street, JACKSONVILLE! FLA.
The men are getting along finely UHTtfl.
*-, i.-: .-
and stabbed her to the heart. It is Don't growl if your paper to-day the bury neighboring them. Our settlement own cemetery for a place Is none to the road. It will be a great im ARU. for! rurina Feed. Warehouses on tracks of S. A. L. R'y. and Plant Sy ten.

said that Mrs. Youngs' husband does not suit You are getting provement. *sl
you. too lame for our own community, and .... asj
visited the home of Miss AIcFar. for a couple of cents that which up to yet we have not denied the privilege A. TJ. limner and family were over to

lane a little too often to please his cost much more than you paid fort of a free grave to anyone, hut we do church/ Sunday, and took dinner with

wife. Hence the trouble. and the advertiser Is paying; for think It themselves Is time the to citizens provide Jensen a plot bestirred for- Mi. and l Mrs Hall. P. :Ruhslman, cSc Co.

your reading matter. This a fact. the poor who cannot afford! to purchase Send your order' for job printing to
the office which is
AFTER all the hue and cry raised a lot and build a specified fence around It. equipped ADVOOA.TS for all: kinds of, work fully. 281 Washington St .NEW YORK.

In regard to accepting a fee as an Now If the Theodore Koooevelt .1. 11. I.icToijnNEAir, 93 :Murray Street. J N. Y.
C. A. Rev. J. B. Hawk preached two most
1 attorney in the sale of a lot and presidential boom should go to protest JoHf MILLER, exellent sermons Sunday He also presided

armory In Key West to the State Mr. Hanna will be more sorry Trust eon Eden Church and Cemetery.: at the League meeting Friday even-

it 1 is now publicly stated that the than ever that. he lent hi. name as Ing. Florida Pineapples

lIon. Jeff. B. Browne did no wrong. endorser. :Notice to Illddera. Rev. J. 11. White ha been seriously
111 for several! das with I heart troubleIlls
I The matter has been thoroughly
Sealed proposal will be received by many friends hope he will soon re-
sifted by the Attorney-General and FLORIDA PINEAPPLES. the undeialgned to be presented to tbe cover. OTJDR: SPEOI..A..I.: .. .rY.

the legislative committees, and both Board of Public Instruction of Brevard The large; party that went over to the
declare that no law has been viola.' The Florida pineapple market has been County, at n regular meeting to be held bench :Saturday:!. round six turtles that We represent several of the largest shippers In your State,and wish to reprwetj

ted and that Railroad Commission la the dumps till week and New York In Tltuavllle, Fla., on :Monday morning, night, three of them were returned to Established 80 years.
er Browne's action was strictly in ha*. proved itself a very poor friend to July Oiu, UN\ J. for transporting school their native element, the other three you also. Give us a trial shipment.
pupil all follow: f uruUhed "beef steak" for the crowd.
the shipper; outside market*-even Boston
accordance with the law. Was this
-being all the way from fifty cent No 1. Mlms and LaGrange to Tltusvllle. "
another political plot? to a dollar higher on Florida. New York's WAS WASTING AWAY.-The following ESTABLISHED 187O.
1 geographical position baa much to do No. 2. City Point Dlxons, Indlanolaand letter from Robert R. Watts, of
with thin ouUlde of the fact that she !II Merritt. to Cocoa. Instructive.
Salem Mo., "I have been
IT Is hard to say how many candidates the receiving port for the Cuban pInes, No. 3. Bosaventure, Georgian and troubled with kidney disease for the last M. Lane & Son ;
will come out for Congress. which enormous In quantity and low In South Kockledge to. Cocoa. live years. I lost flesh and never felt ,
\ ional honors in the second district. price, have proved a tremendous handicap No. 4. Grant to Valkarla.No. well and doctored with leading physicians
to the Florida. Moreover, pines 5. Providence to Malabar.- anti tried all remedies suggested without i t
Mr. Barrs has announced his
f. candidacy No. (I. Roaeland to Sebastian.No. .
nave had to struggle against the competition relief Finally I tried Folej's Kidney 250 WASHINGTON STREET, NEW YORK.
i and in his wake comes Mr. afforded by Immense) receipt of 7. Saint Lucie to Fort tierce.Yo. Cure and le.* than two bottle completely
Frank Clark, formerly of Jackson berries and orange, which have been : Waveland to Jensen. cured me and I am now, sound and
I vllle, but now of Lake City. As moving out at almost unprecedented No. 0. Ooellngvllle to Jensen. I well." Sold by B. R. Wilson Son. Southern Fruit and Product
low price. Hut the cloud*, dark* they No. 10. Tlbbal and Eden to Jensen.
far learn the above
as we can Specifications and particular covering !
are-up to Thuriday, 24* to 31\a might
;; 1 the only aspirants for Congressional be fairly quoted at *J to t.2and: : on each contract will be furnished on application I Slimmer Tourlut Kates. ,
F honors who have announced their Thursdav $j wu about top figure with to either member of tbe Boardor Ticket are on sale via the Atlantic I COtC.tC.1ss1oJl.: : Merchasa.ts.: : :
i intentions ; but. we are now waiting 12:!* at 11.60-are showing signs of a silver County Superintendent, and tbe pub- Coast Line, to the principal summer resorts -
lining. Inspection of the catalogue lio Is requested to Investigate the detail throughout the Tickets
I country.
to hear from Senator MaoWllliauis- will show that Havana are running Into of each route and present separate bid. are good returning until October 31st FLORIDA PINEAPPLES OUR SPECIALTY.
r of St. Augustine, who did such good mall sizes, which mean that shipment for the performance of each service. llXKt; and liberal stop-over privilege are

work this session at Tallahassee. Are beginning: to dwindle. One get The Board reserves the right to reject allowed. For Pullman reservations,] Stencils Cards and ou"; furnished on application.
--- Havana out of the way and Florida any or all bid. rates, etc., *eo Ticket Agent or write
I will command better 'f.IUM. But till R. E. M INS, Frank C. Boylaton, Commercial Agent, =-- r
t THE bill that originated In the that time comes the wise shipper, while Secretary and Superintendent 138 W. Bay street, Jacksonville, Fla.

: \, Florida Senate, In the interest of he will by no mean boycott that mother
this of market, New York, will\ not Insist, Mason M. Clark
the of State '
public ,
a' a* shipper seem to have been doing, WEST PALM nE. CII. :
r f was unanimously endorsed by the regardless of condition and requirements -
House. This bill provides that all of other market

now In the internal improvement The Florida crop I I. moving very rapid. E
.l moneys funds, and all moneys I ly.under Up E.to P.June Poreher'sluldaDce.1st the Association shipped had, THE PARK COTTAGEVEST PALM BEACH, Jl'J.A, Fruit and Produce Commission Merchant ,

derived from the sale of swamp and ont of Jacksonville 1AO cars, which I 11-a ..

overflowed lands, be apportioned pretty fast gait.-Krultcnan's Guide. Now Opea. Under new management. SPECIALTIES : :
k among the various counties in pro. t

portion to the taxable valuation of W An I G.-1f you have kidney or Overlook Lake Worth., Extra Early Beans and Vegetables.

property, to be used In constructing bladder trouble and do not ate Foley's Transient Rates, $2: to 1:1.110: per day.
hard surfaced roads and highways. Kidney Cure,you will have only yourself
to blame for result, as It positively Special Weekly Rates. Florida Oranges and Grapefruit. e
Brevard ought to receive a
county care all form of kidney and bladder

nice little sum out of this fund. disease Sold by B. R Wilson A Son MRS. IDA B. BRUNER, Proprietress. 110 Murray Street and 180 West Street, NEW YORKEAST -



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Jensen. Eden. GEORO MARX. JOHN MARS 1t -

loarding. I -

visit Mr.to and friends Mrs' lu J. New Young Jersey are away for n Pletce Mrs. last John Friday.Miller and son visited Fort 1VI.A.R.: JEt <>S.. '

In \yest Palm Beach. Mrs. R..D. Hoke left, last week, for an Mrs. Samuel Wlllman and SOD, Kenneth WHOLESALE GROCERS h.
.Irable people who wish a pleasant visit to ASheville, N C. are visiting at Pine Lodge.

at while in West Palm We are pleased to have Mr. and
to atop Mrs. The Ladles' Aid Society met at the
e h will tied MINARET COT rAGE, C. 1'. Harper with us again. We expect home of the president last Friday after- 1 Fruit and Produce Jobbers
their ,
I'oiive' street, between Evernla, ando stay to be much longer this time. noon. .

such a place. Nice clean Miss Alice Holmes and Carl Schuyler The regular morning services were begun ,

I liirt neatly furnished ; comfortable and from John their Sorensen, jr., have returned in the Congregational chapel last Corner Bay and Julia Sts., JACKSONVILLE FLA. '
respective colleges for the Sunday. .
r.1Kood, wholesome food; VERY summer vacation I LOOK TO TOUR EYES. .
!' are the recommends/ The local freight broke down at this If WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF GRAIN AND FEED.
I[locum prices, Frank S. Baldwin having disposed of I place last Friday but with the aid of the suffering call from any eye defects or weak HAY, __
Only a limited number of room- his pineapple plantation left on Sunday crew from the "Pineapple Pickup," the sight ac my new well-appointed optical
Table board for his home In section Institute. Special, complete loose PURINA FEED OUR SPECIALTY.
lean be accommodated. Ashtabula, 0., much to gang several Held crews a few I' .
l the regret of his friends in this community. volunteer bosses 'and the inevitable grinding. outfit In connection Seed Potatoes, Seed Peanuts and Cow Peas In season I '
>eels1ty. DR E. II. '
small boy the disabled car was lacked ARMSTRONG, 'I v
JIB* FRANK DARLING, Miss Martha Coon spent a few days up and put on the siding and only delay 11 Laura St. Jacksonville, Fla. fltf\Ve solicit consignments of Fruits and Vegetables.,: ': rr

West Palm Beach, Fla. with friends at Fort Pierce this week. ed the train three hours. ------------------- .- _--_ II.+.

It goes without saying that this popular We have had so few strawberries this 1 '

young lady had a splendid time. She year and have had to pay twentyfivecents Fort Pierce. Melbourne. i /LOOK OUT +, 1 !; '! y

always does. a quart for them. It made us sickto ) ,

West Palm Beach. Dr. Wheeler N. Coon attended the hear of ten carloads being refused In I ; I "- .

meeting of the State Dental Association annual Boston one day last week, and all the Mrs. W. J. Tucker left, Tuesday, on a ::r Subscriptions for the ADVoCATe FOR MALARIA. !i-: : rAn

-beitbreezo.. lie berries one wanted for one cent a quart. visit to her daughter In Kentucky. the pink of the East Coast will be
L. Bench with the Masters reports an exceedlnitly Rather paper I
John B.> Stafford, have forfriended interesting lime, both at the hard on the growers. We would That fish law, published for the first received at the Melbourne Pontofflce.QOOrtK epidemic of Malaria Is !sure to follow : t',
onilM'l and gone gladly have paid twelve
trip In the north. clinic and in a uncial way. for a few crates cents a quart time In last week's AnvocATK, has certainly the wet season and the high waters 'I,

Mr. Baldwin has sold to Chas. Wolf stlra'olup the fishermen on Indian A HXJDR-Rnl E.UM and Loans. which have prevailed all over the \ "f
*'he i ninny lends of Tebough :Nilson his We think we are In bard luck down River It was road with considerable Agent for CtnA, London and Liverpool 1 nmOUilvfl "
to bear that, he Is I Ij ing quite' acre pineapple plantation, for a here with Interest. Provlrinmio. WiuihlnKUin, anil Aim hire South. Malarial and kindred fevers I "
let pineapples
IIIP good iitnnd sum ; but we understand Mf bringing hardly Insurance. Special attention paid to the ''
with typhoid fever will develope to an alarming extent. ; ;
jirksoDville enough to for
'10 Wolf IIIIH pay transportation, and of Don-militants.
Kecnred l
a bargain nevcithe Rev. Mr.
TompVles held services In I '
Dlmlok left, Thursday le.II .Mr. Wolf U men kicking for higher wages. Field the Methodist ----- General health conditions will be bad; to: !
Eugene already uric "lour church
IlL morning
u nwlhe and Ua.old.. for a "IIlt| with largest\. and most Biu'censful grower.., bands packers demand$2. Tbe$1 50 to $1.75 per day and and evening to large congregations. Mrs Itflslilnnna* A. PKKK Malunurna.: -PHYSICIAN Kail bailie AND ,BCHOKON Tuesday every precaution should be taken. ., J
fi'lends to and near Cocoa. growers are so beset Hudson and Friday afternoons.H. I
jitlvenanil a solo at the "
Mtis.J.'r. Stanley, the accnnllJll..hed with strikes markets, transportation which sang morning service The System Nest KtpesUlly: .. Fertiffed I;I'I I ;'
was a treat to
pr"Kl'esMlve euchre party was held wife of our nillllnnnlie )Ilnelll'l.ltorow.> | l / problems and the like that they are beginning present T. Middleton and Resist Malarial
family Attssks.
11 Ihe ttot-la; Club rooms' Wednesday'llie er, IH Hiviidiui| the Hummer, a* usual at to envy the field hands, and Indian River Camp, Xo. 8:1: Woodmenof weekly picnic to Melbourne Itench.enjoy I

0111". evening was" a very pleas- thlH pi 'ire. lI11r annual vUlin to this think what a snap It must be to just the World celebrated the 13th anniversary A trial of fifty years has demonstrate ; '
community from New' York draw and not have of the formation Mrs. Laura Phillips left last .
t loDe. city are pay any reiponslbil of Order on Saturday Monday ed that for this Dr. liartor'8 : '. '
Chilllngswortb gave birth always looked forward to with much lly or worry. evening June 6tb by giving a so- for a visit of some months in Oeorgla. emergency, I !
him. C. C pleasure by her mau'lrlundli."Ille cial. This order has not been In Iron Tonic has no equal. Iron H!' i: i
for her little four-year oldlighter In the opera Frank Gentler of Crescent "
reading address
of C. II. City wawaguest
party Racey '
y Lion two and has the fighting element in the blood and 1 I
of 'I#
years a membership
It wns a delightfuliDOon of tho McBride TueK'ay.Mr. '
Margaret. many guests at the Al Fresco as published In the ADVOOATR, we were house '
hotel nearly forty. Their Camp Is in the Masonic the kind of Iron supplied by Dr. Har- 1 ,
and hilarity reigned supieme. are certainly enjoying the delight struck with one statement. He says i It hall which Salano went to ",
ful mimic furnished that costs $1,300 mile to was most tastefully StAugustineMom- tcr's Iron Tonic la just the kind the t
of Oth out by must agreeable per put shell In the lie v' '
ho Tropical Sun the came decorated with coooaaut palms palmetto day expects to be gone some time. .
nnd very accommodating lady Mrs. wagon ruts and ",(!.>0 mile to shell! '
Itli headlines "The New City makes per palms, pines, and large varieties of system requires to successfully combat rk .I.
bit Kemper. It Is a veritable feast of good it solid-only $JOO per mile more for W. It. Campbell Is making extensive }
in the
I the Youngest City beautiful (lowers ROIl it multirlul conditions. Don't wait until i (
Bow veritably represented Ii .
become things to listen to her playing for an three times as much shell. SurelY thisIs Improvements on his property near Ito-
Lo of Florida. The Bill\ now a forest. Tile opening ode was t..1 Belleview. you are attacked Take It now and for- I ,,2I'ft'
I I.aw
evening. We all hope she will protract a mlsstaternent. If not, It seems very; the 1
by the members of '
; her stay just as long aa possible. poor economy to yours truly, to make sung followed a by the Kev Mr. Tom, then Fred Prang came from Paradise tify yourself; !It IliaD absolute safeguard i 1\
prayer np
v M. Pope, of the County Clerk's of. tbe road as It Is n.>w, for the center of pkles and at the Mime time It la the best. d .
And so the old bell must got I The Tbe Chancellor Commander, Mr. island to spend a part of the summer li. i ,
L here last Friday for the road Is j
Miami, arrived ploughed out so deep that we U. H. Tubtm his Melbourne home. tonic and for the t
powers be have spoken and now then gave the huge audience Invlgorunt entire eyetent -
his old home In have had
Irief route to to buckle an extra the
en strap on
our :Sunday: :School: bell is henceforth a most Interesting talk on tho vail On the other hand disturbs I' .
|laDLa,Ga His vacation la only for anib' lines' In order to reach tbe horses, theyare Miss Mattle Brown is upending some quinine { '
to oblivion. In hereafter i ous features Woodcraft which '
duration. consigned vain, so nearly buried. was time In St. Augustine. she Is much the system and Its cumulative (.
may the little folks measure their greatly appreciated. Brother (I. I. Klopp missed Melbourne .4,
jj. J. Rjman and family left for Des coming by the familiar tones of the Early last spring in commenting on the gave a song In Ins usual ilrst-class style. poison begots! greater physical troubles : .

'times, Iowa, rather suddenly owing to clanging bell. Put on your pretties "flight of I the butterflies," the Palm which was followed by a song from his\ Miss, Graeo Cummlng/ of Melbourne than tliono,! It 1 Is employed to remedy. !q( 1" '. {

devastating Moods In that part of frock and curl your silken hair, little Beach correspondent of the New York little daughter I.oU which was well ap- Beach left on Monday for her sum me Where a luau case of chronic Malaria '

va. Mr. Ryman Is.the owner of sev- ones, but depend no more upon the old Herald wrole that they were said to be I I"ftvlnsc plauded. home lu Grand Rapids, ll lch. already exists, take DR. HARTER'8FRVKR 'I, ', .
I valuable Interests in that locality. school bell to remind you that It Is now north from the vegetable fields Tbe musloikl' selections In the hands. of )Fred' Foe bun returned home from i .
time to come to your Sunday School near Miami." At that time they were Mr. and Mis Hachus and Mr. Killoh: Fort Pierce. The Melbourneltus and AGUE, SPECIFIC. It la ,11 y

K t, S, Botsford Rev and entertained Ma'.. Vaulz at Miss the The age is progressive down this way, flying steadily south through this place, Mr. and Mrs. Ilachus also gave some of! glad to have. )Fred here. are always guaranteed to cure. Price 50 cents I It. "

mlnRton, too, you know and you must consul and are still going. We have BO much their comical songs, which BUT IF h; :'I.
ilx and Miss Huetta with Dr. and your father's chronometer hereafter, I If curiosity regarding them, and wonder, house down." Miss Myrtle Edwards, The Melbourne young people are enJoying ,.

s. X. !S.! Burnham. A very enjoyable you would not be late. No further need, among other things, If they do any harm daughter of one of the members gave a an early morning <1lp. In the lily YOUBiARTER'C .i" 1

ur was passed and a palatable family my mother, to raise the window for your 'At night they settle In pet feet swarms li good recitation which was heartily ap er, at the end of the city dock, \

liner was served. sick child, next Sunday morning, that; tbe lee of a grapevine covered bush and plauded. Mrs. tUne accompanied the Mrs Henry Stark, of liayvlew anti IRON II ; A
.\.S. Bolsford has returned home from she may listen to the old bell's chimes, when a stick Is thrown Into the bush songs of Mr. and Miss Klopp In her Mrs. Frank liner, of Palm' Reach were TONIC'

t six weeks outing much Improved in and picture the little feet pattering into they lisa In clouds, and the buzz of their usual fine style, and! Mrs. Chas. Edwards the guests of Mrs. John Minor lust week. Vow Worry Havm Malaria. Prlc tT tAn
Kilthand spirits. lie speaks enthusItlcally 'the school room, though she, herself, tiny wings sounds like the rustling played and assisted In the singing for I p.
of DeLand and its halls of cannot be there this. time: Turn her leaves In tbe wind. Tell us, some one tbe Woodmen songs. Hotel Carleton has cloned for the summer dealers handle, or send, to ORHAHTKR ,.

ruing, and was delightfully entertain- face to the wall and let her dream. The who knows do they keep on down the After the members sang their closing,: I but the Molirlde house still remains MEDICINK Co., Dayton, Otuu. ;

I by some of the faculty. old bell Is taken down. Was It so very coast to Panama ode, refreshments of Ice cream, cake and I open to entertain the travelers, who may; l'1I0D.ton

ugly Was It the only ugly ? Then, The school .lemonade were served to the visitors. tarry here P' T8II.. AtlS.i 19C1- r I
Is the
Mr. and Mrs. question agitating
nvitations are Issued the by of their fortunate little city Is ours. The old minds of our good people greatly. Thoseof There were about 2M: ( present.A Mrs. Lillian C. Walker and little "I h"... ...."! Or Hnru t'
Mnjamin Cook to marriage
bell the old bell the old IronTonldtnrsolf: and In m" "
ugly clanging '
tighter, Miss Kathryn, to Mr. Arthur us who have small children look upon MTTLK WOOUMAIT.I'so daughter returned to her home, Titus- famllyforov.rtw.nytlv.oersar.r I I
illiam Spitzer to take place Thursday bell, the oldfashloned old bell is gone. tbe Idea of sending them three miles vllle last Monday after visiting relatives can heartilyr.enmm.ndut.. I r.-M :v I ,'ft.
And now our streets are beautiful again. .*paruenlarlyv.hi.hl.toward. 011 lu,.. .. ,"
to school with horror and sincerely doln' on four old at Grant and Melbourne
Suing June 18th In the Methodist away yours ;
will for Urt..l and other f.v.
We miss its sweet tones a while
lurch hope the scheme will\ fall through. I'so des 'Ittle dill. .n..f.. H. .
Rev, C. F. Blackburn officiating. Prescott Wells arrived In Melbourne MATFW I Y
but we will try to get along without Those of us who have figured/ on It, witha My papa Is a 'Oodmnn Land and mlrrstlnn: Act,,Krlsoo 1.1 n*. fJ

Elaborate: preparations are In form for them; and the children, of our thriving view to transporting pupils have decided 'Oodman of de Url. brother Tuesday,and much to Melbourne the delight friends of bill (IMM ........ list stove,...'_.'.11. ....1...) '
loneial obseivance of Am..rlc's Nasal little community will grow up to be men that to gel a proper covered vehicle Ef vou wants to be 'Oodman, many :
Holiday, July 4th. In the reduced and women without one of the sweetest and team, we could not possibly do You wear a 'tump 'poo your tout. Mr. I'rescott hear. will spend tbe summer withus .-.- f

ieson he( railroad and the hospitality memories of childhood's days, the chimes the work for less than two dollars per An' you mu.' be dUIII, an'you must wideA we 1
Ira' the citizens, Went t'alm Bouch willberseif \ of the old church bell. nut our city day, and that means forty dollars per dwetit big Ullly iloat. What has become of the Melbourne Eau Gallie. :

j [ proud and make her visitors roust be kept clean and beautiful; so mouth. We only pay our teacher tblrty- Lltemry Socletjf There never was better -
'At Is des w'at rl !
i'PY.I'' now that the old bell Is gone,all is well. five dollars, so wbeie does the economy my papa say.W'en talent In town than now, so why Is
be takes his Robert Mensel has
me on knee sailed a, !
In? It that the scheme this society bole? Let us keep It forOeimany,
come seems ua up as
to that Dr. An' tells 'b. ut de 'Goodmans to bo
are glad announce me > ; a couple of months.
luRhton of the denial houseboat Den- No good health unless the kidneys are will have the effect of driving the older An' 'at U how I know It has always been credit to Melbourne away i I it ,f
sound. r'olej'i: Kidney Cure makes the scholars 10 school and the smallerones you Alex Near will erect a new house ,
I Is able away But he musn' tel> On last ; f
to and about the house sr.y.I Monday! a merry r party of young 1
|l I his manly_ form will soon grace the_ kidneys right bold by Wilson & Son. will mothers.stay at home to be taught by Is Not even Jlrtizzei Joe; 1 IlIdIO"U."ua 1.110.Em.. .. aqd" Amy shortly on Jils lot on Houston street i'a r!: II i

sate' or'our little city, much to the de- their We can't see why it 'Cause It's a tlw..ut big seo'It, Uod", Alma and K. Manic accommnled Many of the orange and lemon trees

Ilit of hU hosts of friends "May he White City.Mr. Our not better former to Superintendent leave well enough canvassed alone. 'At only 'Ooxl mans know : Capt. M. M. Martin up the pIcturesque are showing June bloom, In this district. +
e and Banana his
long river on launch
prosper. the subject thoroughly, and decided it I des I'se a 'Oodman-tauaa "Diesnifr. En route a number of T. J. Shaves A: Son's report the tur- t
jllie contract has been awarded to Geo. was Inpiuctlcable. I'se papa's 'Ittle dirl. and naval stores business as g
|lelhurst & Son, of this city, for the Austin was up from Jensen, last An' he tells me all do sec'ItsOf (antes were played, Including chess, anil I booming.
were Fruit Including
longs ming. was served
Ulnn of Sunday.Ira de 'Oodmen of the 'Url.
: the house for the ElacL -
power During the atmmer kidney Irregularities delicious Banana river oranges Dr. Dooth's launch, Pluma", Is housed "
Bruzzer Joe Is awful Blood
Light and Power Co. and work has Lamont was up from Jensen. Sat ; at ArUisU. Dr. / ID Gen Houston's .
are often caused by excessive drink- But he's 'Ittle grown Schuyler: was nl boatyard for tbe summer
My times wuf.
commenced. Tqo much cannot urday and Sunday to visit his parents from Canaveral months.
pleasant and
I"aid Ing or being overheated. Attend to the He's doln' lo lie 'Oodman l passenger ,
to the praise of Superintendent and attend the dance. Mr. Hooch from Artesls to Eau Ualllv. tr
at once by lining Kidney
kidneys Foley's
|8.Beaujon, for his indomitable will W'en he dots big enough.My Fresh Parties to the Ocean beach are of !
Sold roses were gathered at Nathan for
looked for Cure. by Wilson & Son.
|I push to give our city good light. rain Saturday arrived night and Sunday our long morning things mamma, she's Clro'er, he table, and luncheon spread and par. have lightly been occurrence found and many turtle eggs

Klfred An' 'at It's de best taken of there. numbers of R
Kaufman the popular leader of looked fresh and green. says ; Large monster
Lake Worth Band, and his family, Tibbals.Mrs. It's mos' des like de 'Oodman, porpoises were) seen playing quite Mrs.\ Jno. Mathers of Tropic, was visiting .
1' loon leave for a summer trip north. Fred Trice and M. Mitchell, of Jensen Wldout a doat, I doss near the launch, so near In fact that her parents In !Eau (}till, on Saturday J

Kaufman has engagements for the came here Saturday evening, to att.ntl 'Tause ladles tonldenc wide Mm heir big eyes were plainly to be seen.1'be and Sunday last P

mmer which undoubtedly\ net him I the dance given by our boys In the club Harry Jennings spent the past Wldout a lady's saddle; party landed at Eau Oallle for a Mr and Mr. Marshall of Fort Lauderdale I
M returns, and add to his popularity room. week at Jacksonville An' I link to wide a doa walk and arrived home, at Melbourne -
are now staying at the Indian Klv-
I,a successful musician. Success at- Tomatoes are being shipped In large We hear of good news of the good You'd have to wide a-stwaddle. In time for supper, after a elY pleasantday's er Inn for (he summer.Borvlufs ) I II

I1'I' him, and an early return to West' quantities and some cucumbers and roads. and trust this Is not too good; sews My papa dot A pictureIlangin' wilting enjoyed by all I I ,
P rn Heath.be forward and bringingfair In Ht. John's Episcopal church '
are going
poppers to be true. 'dalost de wall
up I'
I prices. nil (the first Indication of kidney on Sunday n"u. m< rnlng and evening by ,j I
Of de father of the 'Oodmans i.
building of the Dade County State Captain and Mrs J. II. Andrews have trouble It tile Its". li. F Brown 4 .
by taking
of late stop| Fotey's Kidney
N''Ilk' Is undergoing attractive Our village has been very quiet Oweatest of dem all.\ ,, .
some very Issued cards for their golden wedding jl f
Hiiun In the way of a tile Moor, carved as nearly all of our young people areaway celebration on June 19th. lie looks sti (lucid i an' Und.I Cure. Sold by II. K. Wilson A. Sou.: Dr. O. tin (I. Scliuyler of Nathan, i 1'I'pease.

:el 1 and ornamental atone pillar at the for tbe pineapple season but the finks he's awful cute .) through/ Ran Oallle. on Tuesday I 1 J 1

w entrance. On either side of the dance last Saturday night brought most All kinds of job printing Is neatly and An' tause h.. papa's "father," Rockledge. last on his way to Miami.

limn will be a stone step the triangle of them back. expeditiously done at the ADvocATe I'tall him "((Van-pa Yout.I A jolly party went over to the Ocean i i j J

weep the steps and entrance being When White City was flooded and all office, Tltusvllle. Mend In your orders.II. I My Uncle John 'Rt died!, beat Hiimlny l last, In the sail boat 't a

Wn by a marble step at the door way. our beautiful village It was forgotten of the F. Jo;. C. Ry., was In town this Dod took him up to Heaven Aridity of last week, for the summer I
Bennett !
Is drain tiles i .
e effect will add greatly to the ap- that there were worse places than this. week, visiting the different pineapple Way I'om his 'Ittle dlrl. laying r'
dm. N. Hatch and I his brother Chas. from Ills house to the Hlver and otherwise U
or I
the bank. Just look In tbe papers any day during plantations, to ascertain the number of I De 'Ood nuns all was des as dood r.. 'Hutch left for the, west side, Monday, Improving bill Ksu Oallle home. : I

vlth, the aid of the trustees, the La- the year, or look over the records of the acres under cultivation In this locality To Aunt and Ton sin Sue; to look after their hugs. ; 't; ,l,
ascertain that the 'em lots an' lots of rings Mr. and Mrs. 1'. J. Shaves
Cemetery Improvement Assocla- past and you may easily for railway census. Day give Jr., are
> nave been able to order a wind mill taking It all In consideration, while the Mrs. J. II. Andrew. entertained at An' beaps of money too. A. II Sml'h who has been engaged,: In :, low cosily settled In the FIR< I water river overflows Its banks usually once a carpenter work since the season closed, tear the Hallway. domit' where they will .
tank for Lakeside Club awful sick I
cemetery. tbe County on Friday evening. A My once was ,
t< of that there Is but very little damage left for New haven Cons last Friday be at borne to their friends t
many bids, M. E. Oruber's was year, large. number of out-of.to..o guests were An' almcw' liked to died; I
loss of life while ilrs. smith left week earll r
and oo
Wed, and the order has gone forth done property no ,of the present, and again. enjoyed tbe hospitality An mamma she was all broke down r. F. C. Htllleo has the sloop "Ht. Joe," i R Ron
b promise of dispatch at every turn. the loss of both In other parts ; of our Club. Mr. and Mrs. F. W. An' I dos cwled and cwled. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. While and Mrs. A. Hodgson's way., painting and caulk- 1

'1 hoped that soon a full country are enormous Cook; were the guests of honor. But 'Oodmans tome and said dey'd sos P. Bellows left on the afternoon train log tbe hull. Mr. ITilllps, of Ht. Joseph, t .

'w "HI i be furnished and the cherish- The few remaining citizens of the Old delivery My papa fru all wight/ ; Tuesday for Frankfort, Mich where ilich., Is the owner of this smart little J v
'" hopes of those who have the mata Settlers' Danish Club met at the homeof There Is much need of a special An' stood wight by him all de day, they will spend the summer months, returning essel.
> charge will be realized. Kristofer Jensen of this place last of Ice, direct fron the factory. The An' watched him Iris de night.: south In October for tbe winter
men who have It In charge are doing Capt. Nero Footman of Palatka, 'Isow
he closing exercises of the public Sunday. There are now only about and ten their best, but It Is hard to own two An now my papa's well adaln, Last Sunday morning although the llttlng up his launch "The Itover." ,
'")?' 'or the year 10W3 reflects much or twelve left of a once large club and separa'e business concerns, with. small I'se happy all de day; pastor has gone north, there was .a good l This launch has been housed In Hodg '.

;ut upon the head master, Prof. Allen, Mr. Jensen being the secretary treasurer fora force of men and horses; especially with An' w'en 1 say my payers at night. Sunday School at the chapel and the In's yard for some months.. A new motor {
his able assistants. The higher of the club which bad not our roads In the state they'are. And II DIs Is bow I p'av lay aerylce was well attended, there being will be placed tbe vessel making itone

"has> Perfected their program and dl"it long time called them together priorto Is equally difficult to try to keep one's Dod boss mamma an' papa, as many out as Is usual to the regular of tbe handsomest launches on tbe "
between afternoon and evening his departure In order that a proper Sunday dinner with Ice delivered on An' make me a dood Mttle dirt; service! when them Is a minister. coast. I

crowded houses. The music both disposition could be made of some pro. Thursday that Is more than half melted Dod b'ess my i'an-paToot, There Is a good bible class and a class Cards have been received In lieu: Gallie ,
;'end 'Instrumental, was an enjoyable perty held by them. Mr. Jensen cameto when you receive It. An tbe 'Oodmans of the 'Url. for young people! and children. Tn
'are. America about twelve years ago..nendlnll by the friends of Captain awl Mrs. J. II.
and evinced lesson was "The Storm and Incidents ofPaul'
tak-nt to
'fr' an three in Racine Wls., Andrews, announcing the fiftieth annierssry -
The years Journey to !Wm.. Mrs. E. J.
sail I members orchestra of numbering five, and the remaining: [ nine years In WhiteCity. Worst of all Experience Startling Kvldenc Wilson sang as a solo "The Storm" of tbelr marriage. Tbs many
the school. J. C. '
Wed friends of Mr. and Mrs. Andrews here ,
'Ins presented the diplomas, and made lie left here for all Racine on afeet'wblcb Can anything be worse than to feel Fresh testimony In great 'quantity with Miss Moore accompanying on the wish them' a long leave of life and much V
ropriate nesday to remain summer will be last, In declaring Dr. organ. There will be Sunday School and f
remarks to each recipient.FRETING Denmark. Mr. that every minute your constantly coming / prosperity 'In the future. The Captain's +
he will\ return to In Racine. Such was the experience of Mrs. S. II. {Ing's New Discovery for consumption lay service nextHunday morning./ Everyone loma at Tibbals will be the scene of a ,'t
Jensen has a son and daughter Newton, Decatur, Ala. "For three years coujb88n.1 colds to be unequal**!. A Is Invited to b. present at these ser
of the lOtu Inst.
: TO ASTHMA SUF. Ills son Is captain of the Volunteers I; endured Insufferable pain from Indigestion recent expression from T. J. AlcFarland vices. You will be Interested In them. grand reception on I t

tS. ; .Danlel l Bante, of Ottervllle, America of that place. stomach and bowel trouble. Bentorvllle Va. serves u example lie 'i

J or font i.t and had trued for Death seamed Inevitable when doctors writes: "1 hat bronchitis for three That Throbbing Headache. TEN YEARS IK BED.-K. A. Gray 4 "

years have about Driven to Desperation. and all remedies failed. At length I was years and doctored all the time without J. I'.. Oakvllle Ind., writes, "for tea G
?art cough and uthma cures In the of the place, re- induced to try Electric Bitters and the being benefited. Then I began taking Would quickly leave you If you used years I was confined to my bed with dl't I '
Physicians ver New York and other mote from clyl1l In, a accident once and now I'm completely recovered"she bottle wholly eared me." Zaaally effective of sufferers have proved their matchless that I consulted the very best medical

:'brt Honey benefit until driven to desperation case wounds, ulcera.ete. writes. For liver, kidney stomach I In curios; all long and throat merit for sick and nervous headaches. skill available, but could get no relief

I Iml mate and Tar which gave resulting In bums, cut of, Bncklen Aralca and bowel troubles Electrlo Bitters is tbe I roubles, consumption pneumonia and They make pure blood and build up II until Foley' Kidney Core was recommended ,

bout relief and I will never be Lay In a supply earth. 25c at only medicine. Only bib ICs guaranteed -I grip. Guaranteed by all druggists. Trial your health. Only 83 cents, money backIf to..e. It baa been a Godsend

??*<'V! It to my house.. I sincerely re- Salve.stores.It's abe best on by all druggists./ ottles free, regular sizes 60c, and ,'.OJ. not eared. !Sold: by all druggists. I to me." Sold by B. It. Wilson A Son.
Wilson A: Son. all drug

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I farm lands I' aK-lntl by rural free dell

I ery. Thin, Im-reawe of the value baa c Florida East Coast
A Golden Rule been eHtlmntcd lilt hlrhas (5 pea acre

I In Homo HtuleN.. A moderate estimate I.
I of Agriculture:
_ from $ to W:.I ucre. A general 1mprovement .
per j s
Be rood to your land and your crop of the conditions of* the LOCAL TIME CARD No. 49. In Effect May 28,1903

will be goud. PlentyorPotash roads ti-av TKc'd by the rurul 1 carrier. -r S0\ 1
In the Vested states en" ; eflally the _. __ _-_.NOATNBOUNpgEAptJ.- I
coiwtructlon of good l roads bus been a No.89 I No.ziul: STATIONS. No.es ,N,,., 73 """"'
prerequisite| of the MtablfMbrnent of ;b I Dally.s D-.r.y.! I Ir; ":. ) '

rural free delivery. In one county In -
1 : /4C11 Lv.. . ..... ..Jnckminvll: e. .. ....., .Ar.8 I .. -
in the fertilizer npells quality | Iiullami a special. agent report that .Sol'jgj s 9 4 aalO .. ....... .,....Jackauuvllle.Lv II .J..". jp I
and quantity in the bar' ar the farmers Inoiiwd an expense of Z- M a. . ... ... .....St.\UIU'Ulu.. .. ... . .... 7." a c, It
It vent. Write us and t 'h road y < k } I' 11 SSa .. ............. Has. injlt........ .... .. .. .. 6f H'H *. : 'op i. c:
we wilt send you, over $:!.tlOO to gl'utll' and gravel a 'I ry I I: ,.. .11 44 a ; :; ,...E.Pnlatka. ..... ., .. .. .... ae i4n '. :IBp Z""Zlll 'If

next mall r In order tu obtain rural free delivery q 0e lr 30p 'IiTOpAr. :.. .. .. ... ..J'alatka.. .. . .. . .. ..TLv If. ,. rAFO :
/rte, by I, Hotter prices obtained for farm prod f / 1011115aLv .. .. ... ... 1'alntka. .. . .. .. .. .. .Ai I' 7 HID );: 10" sit.
our money winning tictn. the producer being brought Jnto ,t? t e.-13-.. . Ar. . .. .. ..Man Mace .... .. .. Lv 13 p 11I1"rTFZ "
books b e '! 8'io a Lv.a.!: .. M"ttllI .... .Arxaauu' :1
GERMAN KALI WORKS, dally touch'with the state of the markets I R} NMMUIStnM.. and thus being enabled to take advantage I-. .0 flH r !j. flj as" .,(. .,.. ........Bun n7.... .. f. ..... ... .". !. .. f 6 .'II(I'i "lr'' fa ) 'II-r I ,
hew tors. flf r of Information heretofore unattainable. 4t A/r) bit) '" B 20 I' . ......... .....Dn".nt.. .... ..... ........ .' .9641 3 13 P :10
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"To these material advantage may :.II.Ooe: It J. a .UII..O..k.... Hill/ .. ... ........ .. ;. f83 21 713: :
: be added the educational advantage .10 03 Is a Mr .............. Tttlsvlle.. .............. .. .. 3 iczp, < 46
OiL () .:1 88pe8BIP .. ... ........ ..G.uoa... .. .. ....... .... .. .. s "I. l1G "' II
conferred by relieving the monotonyof l4 i'kIm. 11140p t 88op. .,.. :............ .rokledae .. ..... .... ... .,. fl2'1n\ g737pm10:
farm life through ready access to OW0allbtAs4001. .. . .. .. .......EauOallle. ...... ... ...... .. .elr.n 12C51"-Z
11I-1 -I Ita St.s 13 p .. . ...........Alelbocrue.. ....... ......,.. .. S 1 43 ..
wholesome literature and the keepingof "CoO 6 1 OH a : j U i I', .. . ....... .aebasttan. .. .. ........ .. ... .. s I 11I" "lOll:.''II. a:
all rural residents, the young people t) t9olat043p.. ... . .. .. ....St.Lu.le. .... ......... ... .. 113 _m .4 WI'a.2tOanp 11' .. .. .. .. .. .. .Ft Plerco ,. ....,...... .... '"' '
all well as their elders fully informed Tri'V ccklr: Sailings. ,. a:: w t t a 811. t II 13" ._ .. . ...... .. ...TlbhaU ........ .. ........... .r1198ptnbve lltipelo9la 1( : 01hkW
a* to the stirring events of t .............Eden............. .... : xm
.. :. .. ..,...... Jensen .. ...... ... .. .. ... s11191e n li:1'i v_.
Free and the day. The moral value of these civilizing JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK.Calling D; IA.II.f. [ ... ......:.......... Stu..rt.. .. .....,. ... .... r1108 c: 7:
Influence cannot be too blgllyrat..II. BETWEEN -_ CD :;) t/4aaS817p.. ................ Kobe Sound .... ...../r.. ....... no 37 j P4.,' I"" ,"U,6 &1:11:, -",
Accented to f :. ..... ..........West Jupiter.o. & 'll
v ,AmiMasons.\ / ." OWm 1 1s .. ...........Wet. Palm Beach. ...... .. .. ... .. .q 0 I > .
But let the rural population not tall at Charleston, S. C., both ways) .. i : 4Mae I. 13 P ... ......,,,. ......Boy n tonDelray .......... .. .. .... jMlpsSlfi r
Z 5 ttt n s 1 It p .... . ... .. . .. .. .. .. .: ijir7"afl j ) i
to observe thnt the statement Is made in the Coastwise ServiceThe III a< II 8 01 a a 9 07). ...1.... .... ..Ft.Lauderdale.. .... .. . .. .. 8 C31' 6 : e s
that "the coimtruetlon of good roads The Finest Steamships H f II SIll a .9 De I' .. .............. Htllandale.... ..... .. ... .,.f 7 S3 SOS as
Indian No. 00TltUSVllle .. eSGOs.047p< hue )been a prerequisite. of the establishment New and Southern LInea. < s TOO an 0 C5y Ap. . . . .. Miami . ,'II+ England
of rural free delivery servo Clyde -
ice." and It will be continued a prerequisite Direct Service Between .

Lodge. Floiid.1. In the. future. It 1 18 an old Jacksonville Boston Providence and all Eastern Points. SANFORD DHANOH. I OBANOB CITY BRANCH-= '
Holds lulmnetmgstIu' | .eenndand foiirlh "Friday l1..lilthllt/ "the I.ord help those who ,
of AfMih month a* tlioir riiriin, Indian lllv r heln theii ,'! 'ee" and the governmentHeciiis Calling Charleston S. C. both 1 1 1 No. 12Daily No. 3 I No. I N5T2'
Hotul, TUu UI0)) .t T ISO u'clitck |>. in. >" \ ( at; ways) Dell I STATIONS.fSI'3 I Ual1. I Dully I STATIONS.3CCp I I.Dal I',. Utllt

J. L. Carriitlien Wornhluftil I Master tu think It 11 rule worthy of em ... .8EMI-WEKKLV.. .:. . .8AILIN.. .. ...81Ionthho..nd. .!.... .from Lewis Wharf Boston .'J o6 a,' .v..TIt..v. ..r.....Ar'At BOp_ '
.... .. .. . ... .. ''
T. H. tlander.l Hen lor Warden.R. ulation. Till- boon of rural freemull "' '' n H Lv..M.... .Mlllla..A fia 37i "lOJOslLr. '
great | .N. Smyrna. Ar'slBSp .
W.Cnrvdl.Inntor. Wanton.J. Northbound .. . . ... .... .. .. ... .. ....rromrof"tCatherlneStreetJsukxonvilleClyde a l.v.O.| et J .. .........Ar flux n a Sili3cs .1 Sit !4lul l.v. lixk" lieleu. '
)M. Dixon, Tr -,amirer.F delivery with all of Its convc'n.len"'I'14 r 11II11' a LY ...... Enierprlso .. ......Ar ml 0.i + "11 8ifi."Lv.O*ani".* i'ttv: \1..110"100 ti ,1 Cflt" 5 \I',
.. A. Morgan. Hmirtitnry.H. .. and educational and moral Influence .9 80 a Ar..8._ -f ft .. .f.ra1\'ltIO" a 403 .114 :HAr.r.! : '-<: .!!:!(. f,, *'Z KJ\" ji
J. R.V.lirown.talker. CIl"I..III.Hunlur| I Lxianon.f. ( will be (1'nl..1 those coinmuul- St. Johns River Line. t .2fl .; 2iTK.;: 131 NttTT? IIAYPOHTNo..""Ilf Wo.20 No. 22 No. 2* Bolt'

W. Ilitlwrtn. Junior l n...it....... lira that lack the energy and spirit ofprogrt'1I1I aanndeyl l l I Pall : I 8". ."
. F. )M.Taylor, Senior Stewnnl.P to the for It by (DeBary. Line.) Dally :;' )l.tly ))nl7.! BtA.::: O=. Y. alr! >: Dally.! Dill1' I i.. 111 iv *M.fnkn1SSISI..eOlp ;
A. I/..nley, Junior Htowaril. pave WilY paY'In" BETWEEN' JA'JK ONV1LI.E AND SA FOnD. _. "'

)M. E. BnitllBli, Tyler.RTJKAL the ways over which the mall must Stopping at Palatka Astor, St. rrancln, BiM-enforcl (DeLundj. and intermediate land- '' t'r.1! r1'11!' 0 ILv..I"8fln.U'.A.' .'. 7 ''O r I H 4.1) 1 "(0> G :: :
.--- ----.- -. --. be carried to their homes.Whrrv lugs on the at.JoUu'ii Kivxr. t [1' 3 Olp'f' \I liHn L. ..80. I..h .nvilliAr. fl f3: i. .. H HJ i iH : 31 i, G'3 ;; ,' '
.1030 i 'IrO'' 'Oi)1410(0aAr.'l"Lr.k.Lisft' ) un-I i : :: r rs .C' ; 1ii1
STEAMER "CITY OP .JACKSONVILLE. .10 29 "I' .. HJ:\ of 0t11404SpslIteAn.1t.v'oaDrah I !' tr'i' fi1'" l I. 7ra -; H' : ;: I 8 ipI !

DELIVEIIY. the Itanila Are Good. 13 APPOIXTKD TO SAIL A8 KOLLOWBl .10 63 I 71M of 80JI I 3 C3l ,,1)10 Dm IT......Kaji-irt.... .Ir + 0 0.< fc,- 7 i.tr, ..3 5-1 I S1C1: I 1'D,
,.....it Foot Catherine Street Jacksonville 3::30 p. m. . . Hunilays. TiimilaTS, and TSiinlays. | -
I __ Where there are fine roiuls there areftut' I'Leave. "ro"lul30..m.. .. ... .. .. .. .. .. ... .. .. .. ... Muodu,1VednesdayeantFrldays. These T!"tnT hieu4nwth.tlin! "snawhleht.et...r'tnvI.1 1u" .. ---t-: : I : ; :: ,r. I ,,-p,:1;
farms and) the cultivated : BouthMiunU.Ileail Jlortlibmmdlieto/ from the a"v..r..1 .atatlnna butth-lr n rlvul or i . l It .s r "''.t 1'' n r ci.., nmrM.
people are more
BAD ROADS PROVING AN OBSTACLE mpeoyho'l.Iltsotresp.ntelhleforanydx.uy..ru.y( .. .
down. up. nor ) >' .11. ',II' (' 11' 1tr..
I amid Indeed civilization Is advanced. ""oe830": .... ... .... . .. ._.JArKSONVrLLK; .. 2.IM) sin from. .
& TO ITS EXTENSION. President National Good 8.4Au.mS.IIOa.lll. .. .. .. . ... ..... ..rAl.ATKA .. .. .. .. .. *. Leave M.'MII"'
. .. .. .. ...., .ASTON . .. ....r.. 2.30 p.m
Itoads AsHoclntlon. 4.JUa.mArrive .. . .... ... .8T.FltANf'J'I.! ... ... .v.-. .. . ... . .. .. 1.Ialp.lu KEY WEST AND r\"I'N.1\!
Growth of th. R.rirlt'0 anil How. It .... .. . .. .?BEitNSFIIDiiELAND!; ) .... . ... .... .. .. . 12.t"1 n'n
Druclli. na.al *.*) a. m. <... SANK.HC1IKDUL12... RII .. .... ... .. ... ..'.. ... It.all a.m PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP Cu.M.'it.Clll.JS AT lIAMI.I .
he I'opalallon. Hot Weather \Venkneits. IU.OO.. m... .. .. ... .. ...t\. .ENTKRI'UISE- !: .. .. .. .. ... .. ... .. 10.UO.... --_ -- --- ..
Good Mlgtiwur n l're..rlal.Ue of I -SOUTH : ;-H'-t: :;

I II. .tabll.hmenl. If you feel fagged out, listless and Gen'l Passenger and Ticket Office 2O4W.'Bay St., Jacksonville. 1..JlII.mIS..n..Th..r....BOUND.... ...... ...... t.... Ravana Won.N,, KrirK i) S3.. .Wo
lacklqK In energy, you are perhaps suffering ArKpy WeatSun.Thur......../... .... -0-\" \ \ ..y. MV.t M..".. F-l:' .. .. "ap'
,t e One of the icrvHtrat nriciiLuent for from the debilitating effects' of summer r. M. IRONMONOER: ,JB., Aunt. Oen. '..... Agt. 204 Went Bay St.. Jacksonville. Fla.THOB. lY Key Went Sun., Thur ...... ......./... 1) LyK..yW.1..t.t. .. : ,,.5,
Rood roads In. the rural free Uvlircry..The1 weather. These symptoms Indicate D. HALEY Local FruAet. Jack onvlll C. P. L.OVELL. Aunt. Supt.. Jacksonville.. r".vall..M". .. Frl. .. '. .. < > Ar Miami TUB Sitr 5 3Jt.:
JOHN. L. HOWARD, Superintendent. Foot Hooran Bt. .lacksonvllle" Fla.
.: last report of the poMtotlk-e department that a tonlo Is needed that will create a A. C. HAOEUTY. Oen'l ......t.n Pan.1. Ait. New York CLYDE 1111.:1Uan.: Frt AKt., New York. For copy of Loral Time Car or other Information! u.it<],'".. any A.: "i"
healthy appetite, make digestion: perfect THKU. U. KOKK, Oeneral Ma.mner, WM. P OLYAE: P0.. General Agents,
w 1 "Kural RlIYIt free: delivery 8'rVll.blill be- regulate, the bowels and impart naturalactivity Chosebrougb IlulldliiK. 19 State St.,Opposite Battery. I'ark, New York. J. D. RAHJiKR. .Asst. Gen. Pans. Agent., ST. AUGUSTINE FLA.

to the liver. This, Herblne will C. II. WALTON. Agent Tltusvllle, Fin. .
tome an e Uil IUlieU fact. It IK no IonKcr .
) do; It is a tonic laxative and restorative. --- --- --- --
In the experimental Htnii/ and uu- II: J. Freegard/ Propr. Grand View Ho -. -- --- -- -- ---

T doubtedly congress will continue to Ins tel: Cheney Kan., writes' : "I have used
4 crease the approiirlHtlun fur this Mt'". lerblne[ f-r the last 12 yearn, and nothing S B<>..A.It.I> irmort NfW1to Jy

ice until all! the juwple of the country on earth can beat It. I', was rec >mmrnrled -

are reached. where It U. thickly pnoimhettled to mt l>v Dr. Newton, Newton '
to warrant It. The eHtluiuteH oft Kan. COo Wilson son, Tltusville. AIR LINE RAILWAY. ,.d =- oo c1N tJuvo
the department to the efTtvt that "' CrCA SBUIW

the available territory fur hue iiervleeembraces THE CANKERWORM. FOK- /' AlI \

w(.) about a nitllluii B-jnurv tulle aR

y or one-third of tinouiitrj's area exclunlve Am Autumn .ventlve-Neat. Way of SAVANNAH, COLUMBIA, CAMDEN, feOUTHEKN PINES, RICHMOND, rqRl

) of Alaska The ll.tkiu routes tlMfi lliBn M 'rr... WASHINGTON, BALTIMORE, miLADRLpniA, NEW: YORK, UNok5T

now In opt'rtlUOIJ'c'r ulxtut one-thlnl The ravages: of the cankerworm conJnue ,WWS. 71

of the available Iprrltor)'. The rapid :,I to Increase from year to year Two Elegant Trains Dally .
extetixloii of the wrvic-c will) of coiinto 6pruying iterhnpH been line it Is In Howe

.Increase the dcni-lC during; the next detail wrongly/ inuuaied or la not often Seaboard Express Seaboard Mail. toucm
threw years. After It I is completed the enough repented' U frequently complained -

revenues will quickly I feel the eff,>('t of of Ineffective.' Another nieas- MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT.

rr its establishment and whatever deficit ure which I III usually efficient la banding .
' ; ONLY LINE Operating/ Dally Through Sleepers'! Jacksonville to New Orleans.. 1fARiP1MA
be '
may fasioned) will gradually dis the tree with cotton batting/ or

appear. It will alHO be ItitermtlnK to printer Ink spread on a strip of paper jorT
note that rural I free delivery carriersreceived The cut Dhows how the baud of cottons : For Information and sleeper rcnervatlons.. call on any Agent

applU-ntlon during the last applied. A loose band of the cottons Seaboard or writeA.

year for tJUo.lMO money or.l......." first placed around the tree and a O. MACDO Er.r., Asut. Gen. I'HHB. Aort. 8. C. OYU TON, 1'1\88. Agt. ) 'r

Recent experiments haw' doinonntrnted string tightly tied around the tree near JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.
that this service. can be extended In Its lower edge. The upper edge Is thei
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localities to the rural --
many population J rX t
says the president of the Missouri loaf!

f Itoads acax-latlon. There 'In ono olmtacle -

however that baa confronted most Atlantic! Coast Line R'y.

of the efforts to extend till Kystem f

and this U the nbiM-nce of roads over r ilrttatJM Foe ..

which: carrier can cover ulllclvnt terrttory as *wcuI

tn a given time and with regularity The Great Through.. Car Line from Florida. SMOOTH RUN
at all Mentions of the year.
What greater beiiollt maid accrue to
a farmer !llrliiK a number of in lien from Over Its own rails to Savannah Charleston Richmond and Washington, thencevia 6OUTIiERNRAILWAY?

a town or ixiHtolllco than to have tale the Pennsylvania K.illrim

,mall delivered dully at bill door? How
) vzLir
t much of the monotony of his Isolation
would tie removed If he could receive The Louisville. Nashville' ;.Montgomery.: The Mobile A Ohio U. It. To

i Ids dally pnper read the news of the f WASHINGTON NEW YORK
II and
outMde world 1. watch the markets forMs 1y dl y
Via Savannah anti Ocean Company for New York Phlladoldhia Bos
products and he able to take advantage Steamship : and the EAST. HOT SPRINGS N. C.
Via Norfolk Ne* York
ton. Steamer to Washington and Baltimore. Via Sa
/ of prices that are often l lost to him vannnh and Merchants' and Miners'Transport talon Company for Baltimore CINCINNATI. CHICAGO, "THE LAND OF THE SKY"The
and see bin children happy and .'Out..ntTHB
; a tow TUX RAND IS API-LI KD.tulletl and Philadelphia.TO "
NORTH and WEST... || Ala "The Sapphire Country.
[ or tiiriunt over the lower

Lied iutrt.| Just as a gloIII turned Inside KI2Y WKST ,ANI HAVANA.Via N._..t Z>..lstnllmaa Dinlnrf Cmr
. out In taking! It off. The female Peninsular & Occidental .eam hlp Company. .... C... 5wwIco
On All Tr.ln.. a..t.
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motor(, jimmying no wings are obliged to

('r..wllll' the trunk of the tree In orderto Connection Made at Jacksonville for all Points JOUTHKKN RAILWAY H. P. GARY Dlrtrle Pass ale r Af...t.

lay their eggs early lu the springtime 10. W. Bay StfMt, JAcnaosvi &.. .PuuV. .

h4r JttNt after tilt! ground thaws out MILHAGi' TICKETS. .A.Tw., P.T. M.. W..binpon. D. C. S. H. HA.DWICK. O. P.A.Vtahlnttoa. O. C.
and also lute hi the full The cotton Interchangeable mileage tickets good over 13,000 miles of among the prlnol- W... H. TAVLOS. A.C. P. A, Atlama. c..
1 bit hd'
' M1.1lVI long as It remains. Dully and soft, as For reservations and. Information apply to agents of the A. C. L., or write, --
the Insects get entangled and perish FRANK C. BOYI.8TOV, Coramercl.il: Agt. W. O. STARK Trav. Puss. Agt. --- -- ------

tla're.110w. 1.18Vest: Day St., Astor Buildinar JACKSOMVIIJ.K':, FLA.
n.1.. EMERSON, Traffic Manager.: W. J. CRAIG, ten'I. Pass. Agent.WILMINGTON Best is Found the Cheapest.
n to drum llromt* Ornament. N C.4'4atr1 .
; To clean bronr.o ornaments take one

I drum of sweet oil one ounce of alcohol
I and one ounce and a half of water. UNITED PINEAPPLE WRAPS

-r Apply quickly with a soft sponge, but
do not rub.

Arc the Best. Ncigli1>
-- Ask your
_. more phyIral wrecks than iileavr.initspath
ease ie r'allartoAmerican. WE MAKE THEM IN ALL COLORS.
Disease takes no summer WHY ? blmplybncaus.upon' the ant
of the, iadtcation
malady the system la
OOCNTHT HAIL CARRIER. vacation. y quinine, or that deadly mhneral.eNomel.usually 5courlnl wile

Instead of restless and dissatisfied or If you need flesh and -. necessary Don t Do It..r.a It's Dan .rou.. It isn't at .11 For Tomatoes try

else growing up In stolid Indifference strength useScott's
that Is the outgrowth of mental lethargy r HERBINE

and iKiioraiue.It eps, and n\rmm.Tems any form of ,
Emulsionsummer e my JSSS i Itaa all lb. tri.M AayNa UiklOo. .UNITED D Paper.
Is difficult to ileteruilue the Onan- and M their e..dty .erne.Of It Vegetable
club benedts the farmers receive from : .arnr.all Ilr.r. ., and .k.aark Mwbt.a
300 per bottl., All
as In winter. Drarggl.ts.
the establishment of the system of rural

) free delivery but ex-Assistant Postmaster Sand for .... wnpU.POM One trial will make you our customer.If .

General Heath treating of the f A ROW ME. a........, your dealer does not handle UNITED BRAND of Papers writ "'
question In one of bill reports summedup yep 411 f..rl Sln.t, N.w Yoe.....
the benefits to farmers as follows: ,10... 5.4" .-1 aII..a\-te. UNITED: PA-PER.. CO..

"Kt 1aluew\nt-: the V &iue oLtbe.r n. ic. WILSON SON. SOUTHERN OFFICE ATLANTA <".*


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FOR HOME WEAR. are made of taffeta Shanghai silk

crape crepe royale. silk Iron frame
N: :IAN': RIVER: : 30TRZ1:: : : Pretty and SvrTlccwbl Gowns .f ferenndlne. habntals and a novelty In '
>l>IAN-RIVKK. Mohair IM lllxh Favor. satin crepe de chine. This list does not --.- --
[Special Correspondence. Include the heavier silks mentioned! I'
Hotel with
TITUSVILLE, New York, March 3L-The>. ront ma above. OLIVIa HARPER.TO \ Cottages and io'Acres

1 FLORIDA.I Jorlty of troiueu pus the greater part of Land. I.
of their time at home In spite of the CURE A COLD IN ONE DATTake I

common cry that they \live more away Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets

.J.I (i. BAST, FropiietorDUCK from the domestic ulirlne than In It, All druggists refund the money if It falls
and no It behooves' thouj to have many to cure. E. W. Orove'i signature Is on
each box. 2,*>cU. t .v
neat and dainty as well at ftermlble tlr
SHOOTING.: and sfivloeable home dresses suitablefor
It 1 + Irt1 Tbo \.p..r.:
1 q and FISIUSG.Hate : everyday, wear. Your great man shine before the
The reason that the :Frenchwomenare
---4 ,,: >*:2 r 0BId per day. nhvays no well dresitetl la) becauac populace In vain-without the newspa! e
per. lIe spread eagles tbe constitution/
they take pains to have enough ordinary -
'Ill $Ia i
: week.
per in vain-nithout the newspaper. Ills
home dresses to spare their best I
------- -- clarion voice wakes up the universe In ,
-- <, If k
-- ones It Is a desirable art to be able tx l'i
JACICONV11a1.1'----: vain-without the newspaper. Ills mKY V' W'v v 'J v?TJ W"
to look well dressed nt home at all I
-- ,- most astounding financial enterprises! t
times so thut It any chance visitor!
verve him In vain-without the 4 + '
newspaier. fw i t +
HOTEL should happen in he she need not +
: Ills scientific researches and "
wait a long time that the lady may W. i|$
.chleveuients are In vain-without thenewspaper. ,-
JACK .E'S FINEST AND FLORIDA'S doff an old and shabby dress and put tiMMtiMj&ttm 2Louatod t I i M4g
Ills success In walk ,. ,
LAttUlsa'I AND HKSl'!: YELItoU11IIlTEL.: : /!: on one for show. The true gentlewoman I every ,
of life Is !in vain-without the newspa :
always looks nont and nice In I 1
I The Is the fuineumker
(per. newspaper(
the privacy of her own home.
; of the age Of course some of the I II
The old new mohair tn the pretty colors kt
fume Is cheap but it sitthulcs/ tbe \living I
and black of thin season makes the
wearer of the dunk even though pos
nicest\ of home frocks for ordinary
terity change/ It.-New York Press.
wear and a gown of It Is quite fine

enough for any one The simpler such YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARE TAKING .
a dress is made the more genuine satisfaction When you take Glove's Tasteless" Chill +

It given and the longer U remains tonic because the formula la plainly i at 8ARNO, three quators! of a mile south of }:A U (lA 1.1.IE. 'LORIt t i

fresh. Still there Is no reason printed on every bottle showing that It isslrngly HA. on the Kim Gnllio River, less than half a nillo (runt the. Imllan River: nod two i ; I
Iron and Quinine in a tasteless
why such a garment cannot be developed
In a more ornate style. :Mohairis form No cure No pity iiOcts.lllntK and a half mile from the Ol'tIILII. The property li.. two hundred Dillon south ot

Jacksonville, on the Florida I Knot: I 'oust. Hallway, with the Uiuliood Mutton ad. t h /
so lustrous and bright that It requires Mlu..rcH Winner.Thls t
( little trimming and what It line dingle comh Black :Minorca Joining tl><> ptopeitv. l ItuHilliiK'H ""'t'It.tl In I 1-\111.: \ ) anine of them have never ( j

does have should be applied more to winner lit :\111,1'011 Squire' ( Ouiilen. been occupied, the original owner! buying/ died few months. after their completion.Tlie ) ) t

tone It down than to add to Its brtlllnncy. New York was bred and is owned by hotel was' opened for about two months |pi ilor in the ou net's death, and 4 I

hall not been used ,,1m'''. All the !buildingstci elected In the most sul'ntnutlivl ".

lu the Illustration Is a very pretty manner and ato now In excellent condition. The hotel im<'lci| >ttnges are completely i'+ y

home dress' of gray mohair. The skirt fuinUliuil, nnd very little of tho fuiiiltnro IIIIH ever,beun II""eI. There are two I+ aI N
k has swerol of soutnche
rows bruid in
artesian wells twenty, clstem. uoimeeted, with 101'\\t'r.c.: ,
gray one shade darker set on In short
The property cost the original; owner .I I-<,(KIH) > And will be (told nt a sacrifice-
8callo[) The skirt fits closely aroundthe
)DUE)(; t4c rULLENy OWNERS AND PROPRIETORS.PAL hips but flares widely below The Tho above cut fivlily reI'I'OMt'nttho |property) }i//

m___ __ _.____ __ waist Is quite plain In the buck, but. :For particulars/ apply\ to or aildiuss., ( I

has a belt,, while in front it forma nn EZRA .V HATCH: D..I., UAULDKNV i. A. WARVOrK, :; .F

open Mouse effect with/ n full silk vest iiiq I IF Ciuotiike.1 (premises/ Attorney for Owner, Agent.tor Owner, tl. .: I.it
HOTEL .rACKSO VILL :. FLA. In a soft !'e1lf'1I11ll't'.t'll./ There are lapeU Kim: Oullie. Florida '1'It II"V II Iff, Kin.\" Jamaica, N. Y" I t t.

; overlaid with henry White lace. -.- -

:. : The sleeves are rather close bishop t 1
shape( which adapts them to home .. M,
most For with the ---- -- -
wear admirably.
post-office. located
Opposite Centrally Thoroughly replied and renovated -
wide sletnes almost. any kind of work

sewing or anything/ requiring active/ Lot
Yewlyfiirnishedrhrooghottt. Building
; Libnrallyoundncted. ,
IHt! of the hands, Is Impossible.This .. ,
/ would not be half a bad designto J. II. Don m, (ioiiMTiR'ur, N. Y. The
Raton ti.M:; ) d.iy and
per up.
follow In making up some of the illustration! Is reproduced from Ametl- l li
or a lot with a NU1LDIXO READY FAR" OCCUPANCY: ',. +, 'v
wash fabrics. It Is not always easy to ; can Poultry Journal. i
B. W. &PERRY J Proprietor. fhulI design so )practical. If one llow'H 't'his LAND FOR AN ORANGE OROVK, .
wished It a little more ornamental all We offer one hundred dollar reward PINKAPPLK: i'I.ANt'ATIONor'I'IICCK;/ ( GARDEN,

there would need to make It so would for any case of catarrh that cannot be
We probably have for salt just what you are seeking.
West be to add a flounce or u row or two ol cured by Hall's\ Catarrh Curo. '
ESTMORELAND HOTEL 'Yl\ndCediuStl'eots. good strong! washable lace. There Is F. J. Chenney A Co., !props Toledo, Settlers: are locking In but mill there Is room If yon aN

JACKSONVILLE, FLA.American madras cloth mercerized so that It has 0Ve the undersigned, have known F. looking this way, drop a line to
.i, Chenney for the last 15:; years and be-
the sheen and gloss of rich silk, with
plan, Centrally located. Just built and open lieve him peifoptly honorable In all business JAS. E. INGRAHAM 3rdVlce.rre.ident! ,
dainty stripes\ in nil sorts of colors and ,
transaction/ and financially able tn
ed tbls season. Fine cooking and Rood table. Hot and Cold Water tints. The trimming to this material carry ont any obligations/ made by their JLORIDA EAST COAST R'Y, 1,

may be entirely of Itself, cut and strapstitched firm. West ,t Tiunx, Wholesale, Drug ST. AUQUSTINR FLA. "
Baths, Elevator
eto. Five minutes from any wbaif or depot. All on the bias. This Is very Dent gists. Toledo' 0., Waldlng! Kinnan & -
street oars pans the door. Rates, 2.00: to i2.0 per ilny. aid serviceable.\ Marvin Wholsale Druggists. Toledo, O.
There are also mercerized: panama Hall's Catarrh Curo Is taken internally Subscribe for the ADVOCATE and get all the

Mm. A. J. WALKER, Proprietor.4GAIJRFIl suiting, all really desirable. Some of acting/ directly upon the blood) and
finest silk taffeta mucous surfaces of the system. Press,
this! looks like the
and Is shown In plain (color stripes( 75o:; per bottle. Sold by all Druggists News of the East Coast week.

: ; :. arabesque designs/ medallion and Testimonials/ Family free.hall's Pills. are the best. every li

-----_. scrolls. ,Home Is very Persian In coloring 1
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but most of it is In the tints and

iu pale blue, green sliver gray; and a ''L r:1:':
Clarendon Inn
ie e ., ,,"' r.FLA.ol'EN rich tan. All of these come up beautifully rf

with lace ns a trimming.
I .
Basket cloth, cotton voiles and organdies T .
;/ THROUGHOUT TilE YE\R are all made so that they are as '

F..ctlill the Sea : suitable for the home dress us for the TBS. :
Rn'tiuly remodeled, refmnUlied and under new manage.menr. \ :

Bestoi', Service. Special rates by the week and fur the soaaon.ICIaiendon "tJ',
Inn hoses. meet all trains at Daytona Station Addieitu the ClarenIon I I'r '

|,l tno. feeabieeze., Florid. E. L. POTTER Prop

C. II. KNAPPE, Mgr. ,;
-r----- A NEW INVENTION. t
i i't

; HOTEL JENSEN, FLA. Recently Patented all Over the World. II 4 .

Center of t Pineapple Belt
I .
Lei UNDER NEW :\l.S.GE1EXT.rhe 'a Q| y
prettiest Ideation on Indian River. Large, beautiful grounds.. :Near The Walton e
the Ocean fine Fishing and Hunting., Terms reasonable Letters and ,

Tulegram: reserving room will receive prompt" attention i

.JOHN;/ PAUK Owner and Pioprletor.SUKLTEIt i .I.II !

-- ._-- -- -- -- .- r Self-Locking Tackle Block, ; i

ISLAM), 0l''F' LONO ISLAM: N Y ,',"

) 'f. lade* Ip vm, lone" ulinppn and nl/.n, of !'

A';. %) WuJIJ)| (IIOS'1111I1 JlllOXI.111: a .

|anhanset House and Cottages. .: wire work rope.etnially' well with rope, clitiln or '

i Will work at any height upnldn down,

SHELTER ISLAND OFF LONG: INLAND!, N Y. horizontally, or at any angle, and will t 1'

WILL OPEN;/ JUNE :lord, IPO.J.: Crop and, lock' a any paint! I Iy ; .

Twi> and one-quarter hours from New York via Long Island! R. R. Health / Invaluable for every !kind of bmtlnom f
'um 'ltimedon amid t beautiful ) l 18-hole (toll links. t I '
Magnificent buy, wenery. where a block U needed, frequently- +
New York Yacht flub: station No m..I'lrla.' No mowq'iltoe. Pure water. i' '
Lir? dancing Ing the labor of one man or more.Nothing ,
aimosphere. Drives and graves boating bathing,. fishing 11
be utiful music hall, electric lights, Otl elevators Buites with baths, etc. like It for hanging or stretching -

wipes.t .
For terms and \Illustrated pamphlet address, I
ROBERT FlaN Address all commtinlcntlon to the ,, j
MURRAY, Manager, Hotel Ponce de Leon St. Augustine,
'' t '
Walton Self.Locking Block Co ?1 ,
:v YORK r I t.

r&ETTT MOHAIR HOUR DBESfl. I (Incorporated.)

Office aDd Wareroom 401 Atlantic Ave. ..I.h. .'z
street. The self respecting( > lady will ,r' ,
otel have her house' gown! us pretty as she I 't' .ll I p h Near Rows'* Wharf. Elevated Htatlon. 'J.

Marlborough con with a view to their utility. ;j' ,I BOSTON, MAWS.

It U u matter for sincere congratulation i -- h, I 1twaF.

Broadway, :'iOth and 37th Jstieets, NEW YORK. that the black silks are In such i'' ill__;f_d Sample! Blocks can be seen at the Ar>- ,,
high favor for<< the season Just now 'iltunvllle,
ma. 200 bath Lighted entirely with electrlo lights.: Con VOOATB: office ('M'SNiai.r
The lighter as well as the
tar >.n American and Is managed under tbe personal"P opening. !
atop of the owner and.European plans, heavier qualities are seen and are al. The following, out of hundred, are a sample of the testimonials, received by the Walton l'Ielf.LocklnlC I IllocklCo., : ik

E. s. f'no WELL, kfanager.t most equally\ desirable, for If the taffetas 04 m.I..t4n., street, "...".n.jMtl. W, IOT3.
loulslnes. pongees and libertiesare .....1... SILT.r. 11':1(1'1: BUM'K Cn.,
u' MIX -You re al less : ""11 l
thinner they are *> expensive Would.. w. ham n.ml llfTtrrnt kinds, of him. .... In on* fivtory, on our Invauwl truck h.Unl and wMrlnf. | from ono M>M>r t.> another,etfl.
and lighter to w :?ur. The richer Zee ha the Walton "heir" Locking. Work. a pastry KIN, : tax,end rind tt.... the moat nltabrssod lost hi..''...of tnt kind w. ba....ever. nwxl.
tel t Vendome Broadway and flat Street, de sole, de ieygne Ie U a*wrest given Invfintlon.and wo arc nln.fi/,KIT yon this. n '-''''', sad more then. V........ to kuow that .last wo bare wind what <*. ha... fur pure
like peau
silks peau been buntlutf ,..,. You, can UM tUI. o tl.,. in any w*r>J V..".... I
NEW YORK CITY. and nlolre ,velours make heavy dresses Yours vary truly, J. nt'M-'A.V CO.L'"iitnvr .

aril one mast! bold them up or have li

FIR)1: ROOF. :300 rooms, single and en suite, with private baths aDd toile them destroyed by the dnst. And they .. "' .*.-.11..1.**.-AIIlIt..<) BLnI'K ttw >(_.n._... ewe I pnrcl ..wl from you pair of IS In. ir-1ocklnif tackle bloats, with fIG feel nf rope,and Tou eked OM a. '

tvam| rooms $2; and withpnvatr cost a lot. With a black taffeta skirt the 11m. to report en the enIDI'''' found then asilufaotory.
l EUROPEAN PLAN. Good rooms $1Mt/< ; large whit walsi lam 1(11 to MT I am very Jiirh ..aMM| with II. 'm and And the blnrka. Jest right all the Mm*an I la .yerI.I.| 0.. Tt.y are certainly' what iv.
bath *:!.5O per day and upwards. Tbe management is oDder the per prettily' mud, a dainty sentimental cry man toads' who ha any HIM for blocks,an the> lilt t HUM and .lal..... Miiccma la ,..u... P.P ifwcLii- .
black lace bolero a Toora truly, t
Boca"! pervilon of the owner. FRANK ORL' N, Manager flat and Tuscan a hat with a'drooping wreathof healer In nraln and Builder Supplm, Newport, N. u..

tiny bloosoras and a parasol which 'A. BLnI'I( ("0. Boston. )fase.
look like a bunch of sea fog gathered .L."f4IL..IU6fJ Gt.7Lgxgs--W.!: : pnrehaMd'nf Toii a set of"I* Inch Mlf.""lorklna tackle blocks witS roj.. to flt. rchr.'. and have irlvnn! thrni fair' tfllli anim
THE PRINTING OFFICE I, leaed with th. working nf the blimka. In many ca, *..totes and b.'re'.n' ho ....iI' hanrtlMl without m .won..rm..... They cowMquenUy
ADVOCATE JOB con-nest I I..".wall lie in 1.1.....,. Tb.y are anprl to anjtbln w. II.....T., aNd fir awn for DaadUnj b_.".ROW.. bu$ 1VUARI"...fe'',..'..I'ROVhtlI:11,.nk'kl, In nn'U""ANY,'".... .

J'., W. 'r kwu; 'Trwaurernwer.
AI> kinds of Commercial Stationery printed at the above office. The Wac1G..ril>.S. for summer skirt





COAST ADVo ATE, JUNE 12, 1903.


a.a SCHOOL BOARD MEETINGS.The ANNIVERSARY OF P. C.CLUB. Robbins & Graham Co.Inoorpor.ted. _
tu.'i -
last < > Saturday afternoon of f' I ,
Board met In special session Friday The delightful .)

JEWELERS AND SILVERSMITHS:: May 201 h, UKM, for the purpose of June 6th, at the home of honor the Mime of the ( 25,000.0aThis
canvassing the returns of the Special Mine and Daisy Brady, In PAID UP CAPITAL $

II West Bay Street, Tax School District Elections held May third anniversary of the Progressive Culture -, oojtnpany ownsIrAN'z7S
23rd 1003: and awarding Club will always be rememberedby i .
those fortunate enough to be present
the contracts for school buildings.CItH.rr..lc..TB 0
Largest stock In this section of country At an early hour the parlors were tilled, 0
CAN A81n1:118.:
Established In 1868. OF all in tine spirits, chatting and laughing In the Indian River Country; On the St.
State of Florida., I l merrily, when MUs Daisy Brady presented -
Send for descriptive catalogue County of Brevard, J to each one a pencil and piece of paper .- Luole River; at New River and on Bay GOOD

We, the undersigned Board of Public numbered from one to twenty-five, Blscayne. Price to suit the times. 5
Instruction of Brevard County, Florida, explaining that opposite each numberwas
..THE ANHEUSER BUSCH comprising the Canvassing Board for the to be written the name of some Send for Land List. ASrrs 50 1 OfI

Special Tax School District Election In book, which would be found represented Offices at Tltusvllle and Miami, Fla.

Brewing Asso's. and for said County, do hereby certify on the dining-room table. tiAI'tf.
that we met at the office of the Board of The dining-room was then sought; and

Public Instruction aforesaid on the 2lth! each one became very thoughtful as they Meat Market I
ramoui St. Lou 111 Keg and Bottled I day of May A. D. ll 03, and proceeded to beheld the different objects representingsome East Coast

Beer publicly canvass the votes given for and book. In twenty minutes (the time fOR

against the Special Tax levy, and for the allowed for guessing) all returned to the G. F, DUREN, Agent.
Sold by Mas.rs. F.A. Losley aDd several persons hereinafter named for parlor, where Miss Daisy read out tho WOM1t4I

R. L. Motlow,Tltusvllle,fla. School Trustees for Special Tax School names. Mrs. E. E. Bolllns and Mrs. E. CD -

By Mr. R. L. Motlow,Cooos Via District No. 4. at the special election L. Brady each had nineteen, the greatest ..- yto For sale by J. R. Walker & Co., Titusvilie
1 held In said County and District on the I number guessed, for which a book was ;

JOSEPH ZAPF lath day of May A. D. 1U08) as shown by awarded. Misses Aline and Daisy Brady 0:

the returns on file In the office of the and Mrs. D. W. Monroe then favored the p:>> E L ':ae: :c &: ::aeO::
Board of Public Instruction; and at the club with choice selections Instrumental = ,

Sole Agent. same time and place, we publicly canvassed and vocal music, and a very enjoyableand -p:>> -DEALERS UN- ,
the votes given for the several Interesting recitation was. renderedby -

010] to 020 West Bay Street, millages to be levied for the next ensuingtwo Mrs. E. E. Rollins, after which most t GROCERIES, GRAIN AND HAY, AND ALL FOOD PRODUCT!

and for the several persons delicious refreshments were served. eve I
years We handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agents for MAPES
FLA. hereinafter named for School Trusteesfor At five o'clock wishing Miss Daisy
the above line of and
Its We deal goods solicit the
exclusively trade
the several Special Tax School Districts many happy returns, for It was her birth Ga. y all Conln
Nos 1.2 and 3, of said County, at day, too, all departed for their homes ? E=* ers. Write us for prices on Grain and. all Groceries. delivered at your station'
:r.L. L. A OT3rOW. the special election held In said County TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. E. L. BRADY &; BRO. TITUSVILLE. FLA.

on the 23rd day of May A. D. lK( >:i, as
shown by the returns on file In the office MR, ROBBINS SUCCEEDS.Last .

of the Board of Publlo Instruction. Ba W. CARROLL

And we do hereby certify, from said Saturday, Judge/ !It[. S. Jones ,
returns that the whole number of votes heard argument in the case of the State laC -Dealer In-

cast were as follows : of Florida ex rel Oeo. M. Robbins vs. the

Special Tax School District No. 4 : Trustees of Special Tax School District GROCERIES, GRAIN, FEED, FRUIT AND VEGETABLE

For special levy :3: mills received 28 votes. tfo. 1, embracing Tltu vllle. This WASa Crockery, Glass and Tinware\ Your Patronage Solicited.
mandamus suit to the Trustees
Against: .. II 1 vote. compel TITUSVILLE, .. FLORIDA.
to: certify to the County Commissioners!
For School Trustees Dist'ict No. 4:
before their meeting that t the -- --
July ---
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II. L. Parker received 28 votes.F. .
C. Poppell 214" recent school election a majority of those
voting on the subject had been In favor J. L. :
F. M. Hudson 30" of a three mill tax. Mobloy .

a ICI Special Tax School District No. 1: Quito a number voted to have no tax] y
For special levy 3 mills received 11 votes. but Mr. ,Robblns pointed out that before TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.

a ae >i 0" a 2-1: the tax could be dls-establlshed, there Contracts for all kinds of Painting, Kalaomlnlng, Staining, Finishing

t. 14 t4 a t. JO I* must be a petition for an election on that j/ V- Paper Hanging; at the most reasonable price consistent with good woo

I For. School Trustees District No. 1 : question, .signed; by one-quarter of the man hlp. Prompt attention given to all work
W. N. Chaudoin received: votes. tax paying/ voters of the district and
Fine Liquors, Wines. Beers, O. F. Duren *' 27 published for four weeks, and as this had -- ---------- --------- -- -

Ales Stout Etc. Geo. E. Chester 25: not been done, the question of tax or no
If Your House Goes in Smokeand INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORY.
By Send me your orders! Special Tax School District No. :3 : tax; was not up, and votes on that ques up
lon thrown
For special levy 3 mills received 30 votes. were away. you I\ose.: thing TITUSVILLE:: II'LA.
I TITUSVILLE and COCOA, FLORIDA a tt a ftl The Court sustained this point, and as faint.I'ir
2" a" .
a ti it u all those who had voted for any millagetax It Is your own Is prepared to furnish Ice In any quantity-Sacked or loose. Special attend-

it it >l 0"it il 1:1"; had voted for three mills, the Court :In.s'Uran..oo.8ufficlent : : paid sacking for Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing Is my motto

$ E. Vcscy Hull tt it tt no it it :I"S" directed a peremrory writ of mandamus to cover I the value of the prop- T. T. WETMORE Proprietor.
to Issue to the Trustees to certify the erty and household effects should be car- .
For School Trustees District No. 2: --- --- --- --- --------- --- -----;-- - --
three mill tax to the County Commissioners ried. Rates are not high.( The companies
W. I.. Ilughlett received ftA votes.
; TJ"T"D"S'V'ILLE: : LrvEJEl..Y: :: STA.BLE
Boatbuilder .O F. Paddlson "M" so that they could direct Its levyat we represent are solvent, reliable and lib

!M. W. Hall 5t their July meeting. eral. Claims are promptly adjusted.
t 6" Don't neglect to take out a policy.

I build a special launch hull 20 feet by I special levy S mills received 47 votes. Inn the oldest of London'sInn" TITUSVILLE FLORIDA. ...STABLES... BUGGIES,
h a .a :a" a 2" Correspondence Invited.
& feetO Inches beam steam bent while oak
of has been sold for l-) ,
Chancery $ ,
a a a a -
frame 1" 2" BAGGAGE SURREYS,|
cypress planking, copper fasten-
000. In 1310 this the townhouse
building was
a u it a I
4 41 d, pine decks, bent combing, lockers under 0" :a" -
of Baron de Clifford About the
all seats. Inside finished In varnish For School Trustees District No. 3: Cured Free. TRANSFER, and TURNOUTS'
middle of that Rupture
It let
century was to students -
for $123. Complete with :3 II. P. engine, II. I. Kl pp received 42 votes.W. .
of law at annual rental! of .
I All ready to run. lilac, ':/'.6. II. Wlgflcld 64 an $50.In HAULING, ETC. ..all kinds..
1018 the of Clifford's Inn
i Other size built to order.Hodgson D ]<1. Austin 84 Society purchased -
A C. Dittmar .. 17 the property of the Karl of Cum- The Rice Method I!* Unpurnlled
J. M. OS BAN &
berlend) a ''lexoendnnt Birnn d' Clifford ; h..tel.-
' 1.' MAIUON DIXON, Chrmn. B'd Pub. Ins.. for $1,000.<) a covenant being drawn In the Annulof Medical Success. TITU8Vn.J.EBack of Urand View FLORID.

Bros. n. N. ANUHKWM, Member B'd. Pub. Ins. that the lull should keep Its name for .
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Attest: U. ,K.. MIMS, Supt. and Meo'y. ever, and should be used for the benefit A Cheap Home Our that Anyone Can Use I

EAU G.\U.IE, INDIAN:- RIVER, FLA. The following contracts were awa..dud of the gentlemen nf the society and the Without Pain, UQgrr nr Loin nf
to the lowest. and host bidders : gosh of the oum mun we,11 h. No new Time from Work. Seeds For Summer Crops.Millets
Marine Railway. L R. Decker A Son, addition and finish ; members hays Iwou admitted to this ,law, .

General Merchants and Ship Chandlers. to school No. 2 I, l,4t..00.: : society since 1877, and now there are but I si SENT Fit. 1212 TO ALL.
Frank Hoylance finish and painting fourteen.
..Special Facilities.. school No. (n I, KK)0.) ()) Out of the and ohoas of old lime for failure. Sorghum, Soj.i Beans. Velvet Bean, Peanuts, Chufas. TeoHlnte Olu
For Paxion A "Franklin new building at comes new maitlinor cute rupure. Beggarweedclean.
Hauling Out, Storing: / and Repairing ANOTHER MARRIAGE. W
I Dr. S. Rice 200:) N. Main St.
school No. :21, $
Yachts and Launches. H. Baker, new building at school Adams, NY", has Invented a methodMK. c<>' 2 T ::IE.A.S:

No. :III) 'I:11: )o) 00. Milor Entt Count Advocate :
Mention the ADVOCATE when writing. : Whlppo, Clays Wonderful, Black, Unknown, Ladyflngers.
J. %. Dillon, et. al., finish and painting "Mr. and Mrs. W. It. :Sanders quest Clean Bright Stock; Lowest Prices.. Conch 1'eiia, 3.:>oer qt., Postpaid! n!

Cheap Kate, to lioHtoii. school No. 4, 20l.OO.:!( your presence at the manlageof ihelr peck; $425 bushel.

There being no further business adjournment daughter, Beatrice, to Dr. William S. Poultry Supplies, Stuck Food Insecticides, Garden" boat Fel'tlllzerll.J!
On account of the National Educational was taken to next regular irramllng, Wednesday evening, Junewentyfourth a 1..F
Association, which meets In Boston, meeting, Monday morning June 1, 100.1.: nineteen hundred and .g.t? L. CAMERON. Tne Seed Store,

July Ctb to 10th the Atlantic Coast Line three, at eight: thirty o'clock: at their 1 14 East Bay Street JACKSONVILLE FLA.

will sell round trip tickets to that place residence, Indlanola, Florida"
The Board met June
Monday morning
at rates and under the conditions namedbelow. The above
In known to
young lady a
I, lOO.'l.: Present, J. M. Dixon chairman *
R. N. Andrews .1. E. Fultz and R.E. large number of people on Indian River,
; !
RATES-One faro, via all rail, or via Mlms, secretary. The minutes last where, she has spent nearly the whole of Special Attention
rail and &Sound lines plus $3.00 member. read aud The her life. She Is a bright and talented
meeting were approved.
V ship fee. Via Norfolk or Savannah and 'reasurer's report for the month of May, young lady, and Is exceedingly; popular. f'yult' ''
Steamers, one fare plus ts.)0) which Includes We wish her much joy In advance.
]00.1 received read found GIVKN
membership Tickets sale was correct TO MAIL .ORDERS FOR-
on ,
duly '
i July 2nd, 3rd, Ith and 6th. Limited to and redeemed warrants cancelled. Hardware Tinware Glasswar
Recognizing/ appreciating( the valuable PINEAPPLE SYRUP. Crockery
return not earlier than July "8th nor Ia- ,

ter than July lath:. 1WXJ. A Joint agency ; services lion John recently rendered In our -\r/. CHA.$. LANGE!:, -
fee of twenty-lIve (2.1)( : ) cents to be County by Ilenrj, superintending Harness and Stoves.
the erection of the new Clerk's Pineapple syrup made at home Is de- Quickly Cured After Suffering 18 Year.
paid when ticket l I. executed. On tickets Ictous for use in water Ices and sherbets. that without
cures pain, danger
office the Board !
deposited for extension the validation respectfully requests JCWOur Stock Is Complete and We Can Fill Orders Prompt)]
that he act upon the building committeeas Peel and grate sufficient pineapple to or an hour's loss of time from the
fee of twenty-five cents will not be re- Its Chairman, In connection with the make a quart. of juice when strained daY'8worlc. To avoid all questions of

quired. chairman of this Board and the resident through$ line cheese cloth. Chop the doubt ha rends free, to every sufferer u Jas. Pritchard & Son.
EX l'1X810N!: -lJy personally depositing trustee of District No. 1, In charge of the core, nnd cover that and the pineappleeyes free trial' of his method and there cane
ticket with Joint agent not earlier extensive Improvements contemplatedupon with a pint and a half of water and > no earthly reason why anyone, rich or
than July 7th nor later than July llth theTltusvllle High School building simmer for an hour. To each pint of poor should not avail themselves. of this Postof ice Box atl,

and upon payment of fee of fifty (,\0))) The following bills were lead and pass this water allow three pounds. of sugar generous offer. As an instance of this Titusville, ... F orida.::
cents, an extension may be secured to enable ed for payment: and put over the fire. Add the whiles of remarkable method, the clue of Charles .

; t passengers; to leave Boston on or Teaohere'selsrtea, . . .. .. .$1.1500 two beaten eggs: and boll until clear Lange Morrison Ills.. Is a welcome pieceof -- -. -- -- -
September 1st, 11101.For !>( ; R K Mint, 8upt. for May ... .... .... mmJ Skim and add the pineapple juice. Boil Intelligence.
full Information see agents or M Dixon, |it>r illoiu ... .... .... ... .. .. 410UN five minutes; bottle or can and seal. Mr. Lange Is a well preserved old genlemnn LAUNCHES AND HOUSEBOATS FOR SALE.
write Frank C. Boylston, t'ommeiclal Andrews, iwrillem and mllearo W (M)
Agent 138 West street Jacksonville I K Knits: i r,lUm and mileage .. :::::: M *) 72: years of age, and for eighteen
1 .. Bay ('eM"'t KixikK New,pull flnaiiolal. lUt.. !2 00 years had a bad dnublerupture which no .
Fla. Florid' *Bur. pub ml 01 Mey2a ... .... w 00 treatment could cope with. After a short
John Henry typewriting| : mln for pub... 4 no -
H Mltn. piMin, I luau exp.ohotd l for May II 21 u.e of the Rice method the left rupture Launch Juanita, 3"IIM'1I2 S standing top,
TITUSVILLE'S TRAINS JIG Field: I>|i lr. toNo IT........ ..... .. : 3MKm To the friends and neighbors who so healed entirely and the right was almost .
t brew, i.t Co, reiialrs to No TO... .. 1 naK kIndly extended assistance during the closed In a few weeks. To day he Is as 14 h. p. Buffalo Motor, speed 10 miles.
41l.ambVSilpto, M.: ...: i late Illness of Launch BnlUlo 30x0x2 standing 7
The following are the times of arrival J M 1.I"on.l travgexp toTallahajtai .... :an MlKKMIma. our beloved daughter and sound as a dollar, and his cure Is only top,
and departure of trains to and .: .. .. ... 11176H wife; and to all those who sent emblemsof one of hundreds of similar oases reported h. p. Buffalo Motor, speed' 8 mlle .
passenger 4> W It Draw Co school suniilles.Hlmld .... >w \17 love and sympathy, we wish to tenderour those who
the Rice
from Tltusvllle: Noble booksK ...... .. ... ........ 6 IK heartfelt thanks and by use method. Lannch Rover, 26xa x2H!< glass cabin,
OCTHHOUHD. K MCT, in ton warrant, US appreciation.R. Send for this free trial. Don't be back- 0 h. Mtamus Motor 7 miles.
lank Fil leroe, lot N Meh Apl May: ti M A. Bounirr, ward. It will surprise you with Its wonlerful p. speed
Leaves Tltunvllln for Miami. and ,I 3VI:/ p mtntenuediate ('"".." A KiH-kit sew, ItR and luli... .. Id W) W. K. :SCOTT to heal. And If know iioase-boats, IOxiO: and 10x33. Engines
,points' I 10:00: p m W !\t..IoI. lain expennet. No a........ ... 8 power you
HOaTHBOCVD.Leave A A Stewart,reoilK"...... ......... .. .... S do of other ruptured people ask them to or hulls will be sold separately.
Tltnsvllle' for Jacksonville t 3:ia s m Special Tax School Diet No 1. CHURCH NOTICES. write or write for them. Do not fall to

and iQtariuedlat points' I '::11' p m TesehersSelaries.. .. ......._... .... .. .. .. ST !HO 'write at once; do so to day. Geo. R. Wallace, Agt. West Palm Beach.
TltuKvlllo for Sanford 1 tflS..IU ,V 8 Nnrwiiml n n officer lint. of voters ... 6 (no
Arrives THu.ville from Hanford IS::1141 p.m J !' llrown IwrllT.Uxlvrr t'.llot blues.. II 00 Archdeacon B. F. Brown will hold Divine 1- .
e 'la Htar pub election. notice... ...... .... TOO service --
on In Johns
Sunday next St.
John It..ry.Irk. .t supplies fnr.100.l ... W !BO
To MustcIatiH.A ,V N ('.......101 n. tnintee, per tltem& mlUg :t HI church, Eau Ga111e,10 a. m. and 7:30:: p.m. Wool Well-Bred
1) f Duron trustee, S BOHpeclal Wool. Cigars.
Rev. J. G. Black will hold services, at
Tax School Dial No 3.
baritone horn for
sale nearly new the ,
cost $4.1.00; will sell for C12.00. Can be; ,>."h..n. HalarlAS .. ... .. ... ... M 00V Baptist church Tltusvllle, Sunday 11
; morning at 11 and at 7 U10 o'clock.
I HtiKlilett, Ina exp of oL. is ee evening : .
t seen at the store of iris. Star, pub elen notice .. .:::::::: ::: TOO All are cordially Invited to attend. OUR 5-CEXT BRANDS. .t i
J. R. WAtKKH CO., .J I' Brown herlrtsilrlvr" ballot Imxe*.... II 00Iv
8 Norwood rep otllcer I lint nf voters S 00 '::
Tltusvllle Fla. Clear. White Wool "SAN
John Honry.: work Csupfor else ,,.,,.:. HBO FOR ALL KINDS Off JOB PRINTING 20c lb. MATEO"Made C w a
(1 .' lattillmm. trustee per diem A milage ft !BOCtyvclal remember the ADVOCATE office and Clear Black Wool. . 17c 1 lb. v .$...h
j Land Fur Sale. Tax School l>l.t No 3. do not fail to send us a share of from the choicest Florida leaf.

I Tea..h..n Halartra... .. ........ .. .... .... on mtv work. We will your (Bales or Sacks.)
17Jrj acres first-class pineapple land, H Norwood, rear oHlcer. lint of voter S on please you. 7-ft Alligator Skins . $1.20 "SILK OPERA"The
J PVrnwn. .linrtff.deltry ballot I boxee:.. B HO
desirable front, on St. Lucle river at a FlaStar. pub elrortLronuOce..... .... ... TOO 6-ft .5 . 85c.
bargain. For reasonable terms write, J..lln henry work A nip for ele.... ..... T !50 I I>i\do County Land For Sale. rt-ft' The ; grade of Imported Havana.
W. W. Lrcu:, W H Wiicn..l
Tlbbals, Fla. The Board adjourned to meet In regular For sale, cheap the northeast quarterof 4-ft a at . 30c. They're well bred-well

session %Monday\ morning July U, llKXi.: i southeast quarter of section S, township 3-ft . 25c. leaf, and made In our clean grown: In San the ,, '

t OVER FIVE THOUSAND OF WAL- O. K.38 Wood's, south of range 41 east; close to Dry Flint Hides . . isjo lb. Mateo factories, by competent,American airy w e I F/i

i ton's Rapid Calking/ Tools now in use Only Intelligent. St Lucie River pineapple 40 plantation on Green Salted Hides . 6c lb. workmen.You .

by boat owners In the United States To Intelligent mothers we recommendicott's Also, the northeast; acres.quarter of north Wax . . . . .27c lb. smoke the pure and fragrant realty P
Price 4.00 and $8.00 each at the ADo Emulsion as a help for weak chil east quarter of section 18, township 33, when you use these brands. l

VOOATIC: office, Tltusvllle, Fla. e dren. Xature does Its best-but a child south of range 41 east; on sooth fork of D. KIRKLAND

-- often stays weak for the lack of help. St Lucle River; 40 acres. Apply to San Mateo Cigar and Tobacco Factories
:r Reading notice ads. on this page Little dally doses of :Scott's: Emulsion CHA& II. WALTON. KIrkland Block. ,

I are live cents per line per week. brings strength. Tltusvllle, Fla. SAVANNAH GEORGIA. Fl.


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