East Coast advocate
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079908/00250
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Title: East Coast advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: July 10, 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
lccn - sn 96027112
System ID: UF00079908:00250
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Succeeded by: Indian River advocate

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NEWS -Do you want to buy a nice, gentl; t Pineapple offer to men with small Judge A. D. Penney left for For FOURTH OF JULY CELEBRA AMONG THE HOTELS. \\ '

LOCAL Florida bear If you do, read the advt. capital. Look sha'ply] for W. W. Luce Pierce yesterday TED IN TITUSVILLE. 1 !I Iw
on this page. ad. on 8. -
of General Interest page: The Boston branch office of the EASI
I Topics.
Where to stop along the East Coast.
-Mr. W. Jt. Sanders, one of Indianla's oThe Misses Hatter of City Point COAST ADVOCATE Is at 4U( Atlantic 1
Another Fourth of July rolled aroundon I See list of hotel] on page 7. i
prominent residents was in town a were the guests of Mrs. J. P. Brown the avenue
and usual it
THE ADVOCATE few days the first of the week. first of the week. Saturday lost as wa'S The AnvocATK Is on file\ every week
In advance. and ushered with the firing of firecrackers,
41.50 per -Mrs. S. J. Norton son, mother,, at the American Club Havana. ,
100 six menthe, -Mr. W. II. CresHon, of City Point,, -Mr. Wade H. Jones left yesterday Mrs. BaHsett are now enjoying them etc., by numerous small boys. who did ,
tf.OOper: an to foreign; countries. accompanied by Mr. J. n. Bradwell, 01 f for Fort Pierce and St. Luclo, to spend selves at Tybue Island Ga. their best. at early dawn to arouso from The ADVOCATK U now on file at all : .it"r" c

subscribe for the ADVO- Atlanta spent the 4th in Titusville. several days. their slumbers the majority name residents l the best hotels] In New York city. !
hen you -There will bo services In the Baptist 44l1
who would like have remained ,
by the year, It does not cost you I GILES IS SELLING OUT his Wheels, -Mr. Harry Wilson foreman of the church TlttMvllle, next Sunday morning. In the, arms of Morpheus a little lon or. Where to stop In 'Tltnsvllle See TltiiHvllle \ It'', '

cents per week postage: Included. regardless of coat Dnytona-Ilallfax Journal spent the and evening. Cordial Invitation to all. Early dawn was the signal for the hotel ad on our 7th page. I ,
date of expiration printed upon W. P. GILES Titusville. Fourth in Titusville.Mr. \ i
!: .
", te every week. This RUBBER STAMPS of all. kinds.. made I booming of onnnou lire crackers and the Visitors to Jacksonville are advised to i
or wrapper
purer for your money. No need ...-?tIr. Geo. :M. Robbins has been C. A. Gardner has been having; cheaply and expudltlously. Send your blowing of whistles and horns announcing stop at those hotels whoso ads. are. on .

receipt lend receipt for subscription, spending a couple of days at Miami the e a new roof placed] on his residence over- orders to the Lewes-R.ioy Novelty Co.,, the fact that Independence Day had I our 7th page. .i/C'. .
into to law business.Mr. arrived. Bunting wits freely displayed. I
week attending some looking the Indian River. Dinsmore. Fla. .
I It to
date jives( you. Mr. Fred Storry, of The Homestead "
the ADVOCATE building and at other
UK EAST COAST ADVOCATE is on, Chas D. Provost a prominent =The sale of land belonging] to delinquent -' '-Mr. and Mrs. John C. Jones and on places around town which the Hot Springs, Va., and Royal Polnolana, *i r I .

at the following news-stands, at five and well-known storekeeper of Georgi taxpayers took place at the Courthouse little girl who have been spending the, streets lively appearance. From gave various Palm Beach Fin., recently sailed for }, t'-'K

a per COPYtnavllleB: ana, was in town part of Sunday and door Titusville on Monday.I week in Titusville. left, yesterday, for HagstntfN the IItl: I'" and Stripes floated Europe nn.ll" expected to return about '

R. Wilson\ A Son. Monday. HAVE A FEW MORE SECOND- their home at KlumllkeIndian gaily In the breeze the first week In August.; '**f ?$[

,ck..onvUle\ -Duval hotel. DON'T FAIL TO SEE E. A. Waddell Band Bicycles for 81\le. cheap. : Hlver Lodge No M; F..4 A. The SembUtrCottngo was the best decorated Tim Howlnnd [House Long rl\lloh. N. ; i

News stand Union depot Miami If you want to buy Impl'oved SY. P. GU.KS Titusville.Mrs. \ M., will hold a communication In their house In town on the 4th. J., has opened under the 'proprietorship f ',
tlantio Beach-Hotel Continental. and unimproved lands. Prices to mil lodge-room In tho Indian River hotel TI- People remarked that they had never of Mr. I). J. Sprague who, guided the t

all parties. G F. Duren and two children tusville this (Friday) evening seen a morn orderly and happy-going' fortunes of this. well known hotel so mio- ; ,
notice ads. ten cent of Titusville spent the Fourth st Wen crowd than they did at THnn I llle on the ci'HHfuIly several Mr, Sprague: : I," .
are years ago.
-School Board
|f- Reading: officers, J. E. Fultz ;
*" Palm Beach the guests of Mrs. Dareu'ebrother REMEMBER: E. A. WADDELL) had d I '
Marsha) has following
4th. Woitay practically brought; back with him a large -
this and It. N. Andrews in 0
page. town Monday
pine on were Mr. T. A. Feaster. ami Is the to to If wanta ,
man "
go you Inclined II '
do of his and hi.
nothing to so peacefully was formerpatrons, excellent ;
attending to their usual official du- :
of Indlanola has : good Giove Pineapple Plantation or
Mr C.; B. Sunders, ties on the Board. -Capt. and Mrs. A. W. Bule and Master everybody.The bookings Insure a prosperous seai. IIIIIn. i 1 r f't '
i 110 town a couple of days or so this Jim! Rule, left Titusville\ Wednesday Vegetable Farm. weather was delightful all day, Mr. Chas. A, Merrltt formerly of .1 "I', (,

k. -Mr.: T. Grot J, n Ronald of Lotus for Georgetown S. C., on a two weeks. : -Mr. E. J. Walker passenger agent: of and we only had one shower, which was Jacksonville Is the manager. t '1
spent a couple of days In town the lira; of short duration. It Is estimated theio '1
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Farmer and visit with Capt. Buie's brother.If the Nashville Chattanooga & /St. Louis Following Is the stuff' engaged for the '
daughter, Marion, spent Monday of the week having come up to Titus Railway the Dixie Flyer route was avlMltol' were between ftOO 1n.II1OCMtrRnperM( : in \ I" '
e i / Intend going to New York coming season for the Manhanset Hotel
ville In his launch. you : \ "
short. last town neatly all of whom they spentan
In TttttsvilU for a time soy '
Beach. ,
oronndo thin, summer do not fall to get your reservations had Shelter [Island L. I., managed by Mr. \ enjoyable day' We quite' a number
I.WADDELL, MIAMI real estate -Mel r Wm. M. Brown and E. L. via Clyde Line steamers, of Friday. of callers on the Fourth but want of Uobt. Murray manager of the famous '} i

aler, bOIl Home choice bits of- real Brady-the two B's.-after enjoying the the agent C. H. Walton, TItiisvllle.. Archdeacon B. F. Brown will hold Divine preclud I us making special Ponce de Leon St. Augustine: GeorgeS ; ;*' I f{
space any .
4th In Titusville left for the metropolisof Columan clerk H. J
tate for sale. Call upon him. Titusville\ had visitors ervlce on Sunday next at St. Ga mention of our down-river friends who room ; Squires' ,
Dade county, Sunday so many on briel's church Titusville, at II o'clocka. cashier;; W. J. Fleming, front clerk'; J.
Mm. H. T. Blake and bright little the Fourth that it \is Impossible to give are always welcome at the ADVOUATKoffice. : :t
and at St. Johns church Eau B. Manury night clerk P. H. MaoCauley,
01.1) ; I;
Supt. of Public Instruction Mr. R. Some of the visitors remarkedthat f
of the
(ithter, Helen of Eden, spent a few the names even most prominent. steward J. F. assistant steward I,
Gallic at 7'IO: ; Wilson ;
i at the Indian River hotel this week. E. MI ran, of Bona venture, was in town a Among the crowd was some of Brevard'a p. m. they had never 111,11' moro pleasanttime and Mrs. Wolff' I '
few days this week on business connected fairest daughters.Mr. Largo catches of ilsh are still being: than they did In Titusville the 4th. housekeeper 1
[Mr. and Mrs. Henry 'I'. Titus and; with Brevard County Board made every day from the Tttusvllle The steamer Lillian C., of Eats Gallle, The Continental hotel Atlantic !Beach, \ I |,

F.V.. Jibb of Daytona were FRKSII 'HOME: MADE JERSEY BUT- Robt. L. Motlow] bought two wharves, with hook and \line. No need brought up rf big crowd for the Foiiith. under tho able management of Mr. Jas. ""

'ing those who spent the 4th In Titus- ter. that will stand in hot weather. young bear this week. They were cap- for our citizens to run short of helm now ; The stores did a big business dining P. Vlnlng, ball done a phenomenal business tJf
tured near the head of Indian River and
there Is for the day. RO far thin .timninr. Mr. nod Mrs. t "
A the pound pall) to address, express a plentiful supply every : t
your are on view at his saloon on Hopkins
Mr M. S, Same after returning paid for $1.73. Personal checks body. The ADVOCATE staff were !given the Vlnlng have a large following/; north and I '
. street. Mr. Wooten, of Turnbull, has a whole day off, si> that they could enjoyan south and W8 believe that If the Florida ; }If:
his West Palm to
n trip to Beach taken. E. W. Amsden, Ormond, Fla.Mls bear for sale. -Mr. Joe Mendel and daughter, Miss( .
young In the air. East; Coast Hotel Co. would the
uvllle l departed for his home in outing: 01|eu open ;
Lucille Rice, of Jacksonville Carrie E. Mendel, of LaGrange left hereon Continental In February it would be '
irtenay, Monday. -Mr. C. W. Flanagan, of Key West 1 f
: ij
. arrived in town the latter part of last will deliver an open air address on socialand Tuesday for Jacksonville, where they I IIANO I'KIirOIIMAWOK. well patronized by tourist going to and ;{
iVVORIXO POWDERS. If you want week, and will probably remain here economic questions Titusville at boarded the Cltd steamer, Apache. en The program commenced with" a line returning from Miami and Palm Iloaoh. m <\
send.;io. for route to Now York where they will remain selection of music the Indian River \
(good{ thing a sample with her father mind brother until Octo- 10'h. by I
7 m., Thursday Julj Mr. Flan- \
ackage, to the Lewes-Racy Novelty ber. agan(p who Is said, to be an able and interesting until the end of October. \Bund, under, the I leitdershlp of Mr. J. 0!, Hotel Tudor tho principal hotel at \ J

'>,, D ins mo r a, Fla. WOULD YOU TIKET000RRLl'0Dwith speaker has b..eu addrenslnglarge WANTED-CULL: PI"JES-WU.I.l'\:" I)en 1111111. Thu blind pla)ed at differentIntervals that pretty little watering place, Nahant :" '
the and the mimic Muss., tinder amen oMr. "
Mrs. A. J. Sembler left here :\IonI' I nice, honorable ladies or gentlemen audiences at all prominent puitts one rout apiece, f, o. b. your Tripping during, thu day,vlidtois anil Win. < lath, formorl.voff and 'i,
for Euniis on a visit to her mother of bust families. If so send your; In the State: All should hear him. point fur 11'(1,1.I sound fruit packed ineratea W1al'pl'ecllte,1 I : by 0111'towIIMP""I'I" Jacksonville, Fla., III now for the I I II "

I'i Is 85: years old. MrR.Semblel'/ ex- description to P. C. Corr. Club' box -The Titusville I.lbl'ary.sKoclatioll boxes or hat reis C. J. Manon summer season, and I. entertaining open quitea ''I.. '

,led to be away about a week. U30 Pensacola] Fla.Mrs. !have arranged to Nell. Ice cream and\ cake Guava Fla.Jolly seta Candy Co., Jacksonville THE ut'N suoor. number of guests says an ADVOOATM I I, P

Tax Assessor J. F. Wooten of Co. Julius Kline and little daughter ; In the old, Board of Trndu! l'OIlIn. adjoin. This took placo at 0 a. m, on the now correspondent, This Is .it strictly flrnu "

came to town on Monday bringing; Lnoua, left 'J'\tuKvllle.\ Tuesday, for ing the Opera house next Friday evenIng -Cat.! A. J. Bronamau. of the United grounds of I ho Titusville Gun Club on class'' tip-to-data hotel with all modern
It i him the county tax books, for ex- New York where tbey will spend the July 17 b. They have also secured States Engineer: / Corps, who bail been the Dulesplnn. Grant south of Tltiisvlllu. conveniences and Is famed for It excel- >i

nation by the Count) Commissioners. next three months visiting relatives and the Opera house for the evening, and with dipt. Illi-d's surveying patty, gave Them weiequltu n few .spectators" present lent cuisine grand ocean views, cool and ; ,1
friends. Miss Lucille Rice will\ assist In will give dance to those who enjoy It, us a call, the first of the week and the hacks did l a good bUNlnenii invigorating soma air, and superior lUhlng ; l
tlio Capt E. II. Rice sergeant at-arms Klllle's Itore ullng Mrs. Kline's absence.MesRrs. charging: each gentleman 2*> cents. It if era leaving fur Salt Lake City and othorplaces carrying passengers, who enjo,>oil time and bathing. Everyone who stays at 1V1'1 .;s 1 1f

recent meeting of the Florida hoped that the Library Association will where he ban been ordered ration tine marksmanship. of some of Brevaid's the Tudor are delighted with Its manage "
'stature, has returned to his home in Tret: B. Wilson and Casper 1) rI
have a full house on this occasion. The (>ovornin tnt work. crack shots, who were successful In ment. f ; I I"f'
' unvllle, where he has been :Minis of Titusville left Tuesday for
receiving; proceed will be used in buying new books. bringing down the pigeons. The match 't
meetings/ from his friends.'ANTEDBUCKFLORIDA. Derby, Coon, where they will be employed DR. MILLERTHE, DENTIST WILL The Oriental Hotel at Manhattan .
FURNITURE SOL DIRECT TO CON- remain In Titusville another week. teiminuted a. follows loach N. Y. has the '{ if A
In the Sterling/ Piano factory. opened for season>> I : ,
REDr at wholesale for cash. lIe Is for about ,. First Event 10 blue rocks-T. G. Rot under the of
Their many friends regret to see them simmers prices woiklng everybll"Y.One management Mr. Joseph P.
wanted at once. Also Fox /Squirrel We Issue folders for each kindof of aid, first. prize, .1.$:I ; W. Billiard, 2nd ;
leave Titusville\ but wish them success separate nf the most pleasant features 'ireaves, who ha. for six year managed' t
other Florida animals and birds. prize *1.M( >; I,. A. Brady, :trd prize 72c.Konald : r
in their new field. furniture carried In stuck Write for Ills ojuiratlons I III that he uses cocaine, Ills popular house, while during the
ei must be teasonable. Address, a folder of the kind of goods. you wish, When lie touches your pocket book won on a tie with Brannlng Ballard winter season ha hams charge of the Alcazar 1.1A
ida Ostrich Farm,Jacksonville, Fla. If you are an energetic merchant and name price limit, and we will do the you don't feel llt. won on a tie with Woolen.bucimd and the Cordova at .St. Augustine, ;

-Mr. L, I', Oliver one of Miami's a pushing up-to-date advertiser, you no rest. Chad wick-Swahn Furniture Com Event l Ifi blue rocks-T. G. "''111.. The Oriental probably offers' more A I '
doubt wish people to talk about your -Conductor II. 11. Fuller who" has tooald, first prize, fJ: ,1)2) ; L. C.< Brannlng,
miuent merchants through 15-17-11)) : an 1 :2J; West Korayti, corn bin ml) attractions; withItll sues of
Monday passed goods.; You should set the example by Street, Jacksonville Florida. Reference been In chAtge of the -l\Dfortl 2nd pause, 71)c.V.; Ballard, ilnl, *l 1(1.( access to the center of the great city of I :
en route home from a visit
New York and Atlanta He looked talking about them youiself through the National Bank of Jacksonville passenger( tmlu for a couple of weeks :MUM and Out-L. C. Brannlng! won on New York than any other hotel In the .
columns] of the only pink paper In the was transferred to New $myrna yesterday throe birds prize 1M: tU.: ,
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his outing bad agreed with htm. by permission. aUJC-2H! country This house. has alw.y. enoyed| j
South, the ADVOCATE his place being tilled by Conductor; Fourth Event 10 blue rooks-J. F. an arl.tociatlo and exclusive
XTED-CULL PINES-WILL PAY -Mr. T. J. O'Brien, of Fort Pierce U. P. Wall. Mr Fuller accompanied Woolen hit prize, $J 1)1)I; L. C. Brannlng an.111I with and patronage elaborate .
scent apiece, f, o. b. your shipping/ -Mr. T. J. Shaves, wife and children wan In town Tuesday, en route home her husband to New Smyrna. Mr. and :2ml prize 4Oc; L. A. Brady :itrd prize IKio.\ : appointments equipped with elegant wide and well

lint' for /good( sound fruit, packed in of Eau (Uallie came up to Titiisvillo last From Arcadia where he and hi. wife and rlrs. Fuller will soon leave for Michigan, Fifth Event: K blue rocks-L. O Bran shaded. verandas broad walk I

mites, boxes or barrels. C. J. Manon Saturday...which being, the late 4th, arrived on the lieie 1 1:10 at train:3IO.: Famliy, have been the /guests of the lion. on a pleasure Hip of several weeks.In ping, tut prize, 1.INI> ; J, Jo'. Woolen :2nd large: stretches of, lawns, cool comfortable enclosing.- :
'lava' Julio L. Jones a former mayor of Ar 41.17 T. G. Ronald 8rd t
Jelly and Co. Jackson prize ; prize, 7Ho.
Candy addition the list of the hall and drawing
the remainder of the afternoon to ) strong rooms sitting I I'j
lie.t Fla, They spent cadia. l'JI' O'Brien says Mr. Jones IH Extra Kvent: 8 blue rock.-U."rlle ,M i, cony {
Fire Insurance In the and mimic Mr. Oreaves has the ; !
and the as of the Companies room t
evening guests V
one of the leading men of Arcadia, ands Robbins 3)0; : L. Brady. W. j. Biaiming 1
hit. John C. and returned home on theIOSO world l'el'I'lOlItllJled| by Brannlng Jr; floe following corps of able assistants, namely -
Jones MIms house .
of Quay; Mr. J. a credit to the town. He takes .'
great; and E. E. ) \ earl
t"lI\nll. }
ellof: interested "" Titusville Fla they have. / I : Messrs. A, M. Loom) !, room clerk i '
White City; Mr. R. A, Conk- train. Mr. Shaves is interest I in everything connected with gao, agents Extra: Event, itt blue rouks-T. (I. Ronald ; j
otTillnian the bus recently added three mote, which are E. E. Perry, (cashier; J. Sweeney day '
in I
Mr J. B. Mint of In- rather extensively turpentine 'j 'It
; that; town, and was the principal moverIn \ 7; L. A. Blah 7; J. K. Wooteb, II;
Jla; and Mr. John H. Walker ofIIYllle iness at Eau Gallic. While here he the Fourth of July sports. Mrs. known to every one: The Liverpool A: Ballard I I. C. clerk ; W. J. Ryan nlghtolerk; J. ('Con.nor '
weie attending to their usual subscribed for the AI>VOCATK.: TBrlen and family will return to Fort I London A: Globe fire Insurance Co., \Y. ; Brannlng steward" !; E. Miller, chef; Mrs. K. A. t ,I ..

"bly duties, as members the Board Pierce next week. 'Continental: Fire Insurance Co.', and the TIIK IIAHUKOLR.: : Twombly housekeeper, andJTheo Fasslg, '
panty < FURNITURE :SOLD DIRECT TO CON Phoenix Fire Insurance Co/; the latter head waiter ;
ommUsionors :
this week. ;
Hiimers at wholesale prices for cash. -Mrs. M. A. Sprague and daughter, laving been transferred, this week. (Read This took place from 12:15: : to nearly
IIIM :Mattie Hayman, one of Eau We Issue separate folders for each kind kfiss Bergs, well known visitors to the display ad. on Nth page.Mrs. o'clock.. Messrs.; /Robbin.. and Walton "
I&S most popular and charming of furniture carried In stock. Write East Count: of Florida and valued subscribers gratuitously loaned the big store room WEEKLY CROP BULLETIN.General 'It'I ,

og ladies came up last Friday to for a folder of the kind of goods you I to the ADVOCATE, who returned Wm. M. Brown and daughter, under the'ADVOCATE: office for the free : \

t .YMI. I{. E 1!:. MIms jr., for few days wish name price limit and we will do : to New York a Jew days ago from a tltf Louise, who have been spending a lunch which wa In charge of Mr. J M.Osban summary of the United State. r
to be plenum at the celebration of the rest. Chadwlck-Swaim Furniture pleasure trip through Maryland with a couple> of weeks or ."> In New > ork cl&y.ba.e who had a large corps of a<...1.- Department Agriculture, for the weekending j ':

tt'h. Mie returned home Tuesday to Company, 1517121! and :2j: West For party of friends will sail\ on the steamerPennsylvania gone to New Hartford Conn., on tan tis. Over4HO were eu pplled with lunch, I July 0
'regret. of the manv Mends. she cap'n yth Street Jacksonville Florida. : from Hoboken N. J., to a visit to Mrs. Brown' parent., Captainand which was highly spoken of 811 being; a I During the week precipitation was am-
1, her few days' visit by her win Reference National Bank of Jackson morrow Saturday, for England and the Mrs Henry Jones. Master Murk credit to )Ir. Osbun and Tltusvllle. ple over the !greater portion of flue west j

Ways and sweet disposition. yule, by permission. aug28Mr. Continent <>f Europe. where they /go on a Brown U greatly enjoying I'enacoote a summer JlOY,.' uicrcf.B RACE. ern district, the absence of rain being tt: 1
of about four months. camping school Camp at not"ton\ 11 along the Immediate
trip coast.
S1TtrnSOLD pleasure
DIRECT TO CON J. E. M. Hodgson, one of )4 auGallle's
North Mutton Jv. If. where be has took o'clock
gone; This place at time course
men. They will\ visit England France Germany to goodly amount occurred over
at wholesale prices for cash. prominent merchants, accom- with forty other boys, for a nine weeks'outing. doing along Washington avenue Main of '
Switzerland and other south-central! Elsewheia
Ilsue countries a portion counties -
, separate folders for each kind panloo by his two charming daughters Mark I. delighted with the Palm and Pine streets, with the finish the "
r furniture carried In tock. Write I the; Misses Florence and Bessie Hodgson, lovely New Hampshire scenery. Mr.irown \line at the Intersection of Julia street an occasional amounts thunder were Insufficient shower The except I ,
folder of the kind of goods you came to Titusville! on Friday last to ( Flyers.Kimnnas who Is now In Miami will\ soon and Washington avenue Jundrel.ol .
'" war generally favorable for work
I Steel name Price limit and we will do enjoy the Fourth of July sports. While join his family. people lined the streets In the vicinity of which was advanced.. There are Horn

;*I paoy> Cliadwick-Swaim 15-17-19 Furniture here they hotel.]were Mr.guests Hodgson of and the daughter Indian- and Kimona Robe. the finish line. lists were freely offered, lowlands, hrwever, where grass I. still
21 and 23 West For- River
the odd. being ID favor of St. Clalr.:) The >
I ? Street, Jacksodvllle Florida. saw pretty well all that was to be Diamond Dyes Ink Mucilage, etc. Home For Hale. Jesse Lawrence troublesome Corn I. mOdly"laid by; !
Oc let prize wa. won by Ht
Shirt Waist Bnckles the prospect are for good Cane
National of amusements and Unshed Tablets, : Sett etc. crop. ,
Bank of Jackson- seen in the way of Kau Gallle 2nd
""e10ce. Clair
; ; prize won by .
" aug-28 ( their visit by attending the ball In Wire Chimney Cleaners, lOc. First class family and work horse. Thomas DeCourcey, of Tltn.vllU. sweet, potatoes citrus trees and pineapple ,ftI
t Coffee Pit /Stands Sponge Holder.. are doing well.OrmondGoocl ,
the Opera house. They left for home on Ingle:: : and double buggy.! Single/ wagfnaod
the JOiVJ train Saturday night and reported Rubber Heels, all sizes, ;39c.( two sets of harness.W. TIIK TODURAMERT: .rains. ; all crop and
Pines Wanted. It one of the mo enjoyable times C. A. GARDXEK, Titusville Fla. K. HAHDKE, This took place at :2 o'clock the starting citrus trees. doing-Gooil well showers.-J. Stanton.Rooklmlgfl tree. and

ll Pay ""ne cent-apiece, f. o. b. your they had ever spent in Titusville. Furniture, Dry Goods, Hhoe.. tt Jenson, Fla. point being from Capt. J. O. Walton's fruit In fine condition; large ;acreage sat r

,ed1? point for good, sound fruit, cottage; along the" Meet .. farms Mr. to sweet potatoo..-II. S. William..
)? crate8' for Hale. Cull IMneM Wanted. Gen. M I, Kobbln' residence. It wan avery Eden-Another fine week for I r
boxes or birrels. C. J. Wagons Land For Hale. pineap
"a Guava ] Interesting and exciting event, anda plea; plenty of rain.- '. II. Richard. f. f": [

''lie. I have on hand a large stock ofUnoh f. b. large crowd witnessed the tournament.The Jupiter-Good growing weather' pine j
now 1l.000: acres of the Hanson Grant Will pay one cent apiece o. your rider showed I considerable skill la j'5f'
I el1.-II.
and 3-Inch tire one-horse wagons apple and citrus fruits doing
tire fronting St.. Lucie River, with Florida flipping/ point for good!: sound fruit horsemanship, and a. they gallantly tilted .
So'P' > that can be delivered at once. boxew barrels C. J. P. Ifsrbln.
"ir in crates or
Springs for Sale. last Coast Railroad running through It. packed ,
for the 'ring they were loudly applauded
It. E. MIM JR., lanon Guava Jelly and Candy Co., Jack. Boynton--Shower, every day;tree and
Fla. A choice by the spectator The course was about benefittnrl
famous Titusville property.C. pineapple preparing to net
Fla. ;
Is at Avon.Avon Sulphur Spring lo- BucKWAJf, .nvllle, 2' 0 yard long, with four pole., from new Held. Cullen Pence
nose f TlnK ton county, N. Y. Jacksonville, Fla. each of which a 2-Inch ring was impended.
nandred acre of land IncladWJlT1.ly.w" Hear For Sale. To Musician These ring were-If posslbloto f|!

' of beautiful park, about two Are You Going North 'f be removed by the lance of the confer Iraying.Drayingorhaulingof .
IIIlphur water and a lint.1 .- For sale a Florida Bear tanta on horseback while at full gallop.
Del? mile Owner h. no A baritone horn for s.le. nearly new; 'J
ce he finest race track These springs ,ears' old.look Very after gentle.it, and will Mil at a Get your ticket over the Clyde Line, cost 25.0 i; will Mil for 13.00.: Can be There were throe beat run to secure tb. all) Ind. prompt r rI' ;
'Dnb.. sulphur water known. time to Address from Jacksonville to New York. seen at the store of prize., and the winner were a. follow i ly attended to. Meet all trains. Uiulnas. -

particulars C. address, reasonable price.F. J[. WOoo'tEN, CHAS. II. WALTON, Agent. J. R. WALKER: Co., R. 31. Singleton, lit prize, t'M, won on promptly attended to. f LIf

5 Exchange: St.Hr, Rochester HAPPOTIX, N., V. Turn ball. .-a.] Titusville, Fla. Titusville, Fla. (continued on 8th page.) \ D. Kxoi.mr, Tltu.vllla.

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try to use tho ax: when man and bear rz V71ED, ATTHE GENERAL DIRECTORY.

riAILlN were mo clo e together, so we all piled
IP In to help our friend. U. 8. 8E A'rItM.

)J U\'ci PXe5 "With two others I grabbed the C.I J. p.raltaferro.... .
I' fOI\ bear's hind lens and begun pulling him Tfrribla Fate of a young Man 8. K. MaUory,. .. '., ""c"'I..D.

J away front at
m 0 Said : Force freed us from England's W. Davis.. . ,
und by that time the other four men Hand of Indians H. M. Sparkiuan. . . la''"
r aoSI11E:5s. were catching at the fur of lila neck 0 sway. Wm. H. Lanmr. .. .., ", .
J declare "
let's "
Now Independence "Hot'"
and bill front puws. KUInndo was al- U. 8. LANu OK 'lq:
inoHt iinlfurt He snatched at u bur of; la the days when the diligence or From indigestion's tyrant snare H. S.' (Clmuh . .... .
: -It'c& etngwoiicb. started from Paso del Nor Good friends, shake oETthis despot W. O. Knhliiann.. Remit l
und the hour tried '
wood( as frtiutlcully unices at Gainesville, lleee"
te to KO to Chihuahua there were three grim. Finn i.,'
to bite him be shoveil the wood between FLORIDA
points of great danger: along the trui! Twas Force that freed ;your in l :
his jaws and held It there K. N. lmlek, Palm ]lloarh
one of which was Cundellerla or th' _ Sunny Jim.' W. H. Jonea Tltuavllle. .. ,. '!.""
\Ve all threw our weight on tlwbear's H..I'i iKXECOTIVE ??bioi,
Cundly iiiountuln puss Hays Colonel
throiit. holding the animal'shead lJtI'AUnn\: I'
ii / Jack 'ruwford, the one time noted Wrn. B.' .?(enm.1ngs.. .. ,:
MutRt4 dow n, pltiniHl to the ground. bund H. Clay Crawford. .. .. . .. 8"-r.' ,. "''t...
"As soon as we had the mastery the scout. Hurts lurked a of Indian- orqe9I 'v. V. Knott, .. Irq m u
under Victoria und Nairn, most notorl James H. WtiltHeld.. ... : Vit oa. cuuip lioy. who hud heard: ns sboiiting. N. Bhaats.. .l\lIl't.: 1'11\.110\ i""';;'.1.I"! *'
ran nut) 1IPt'ur..l'I'op.: and more short out of tbu MuftHcollerro and Apache In H, K. McLln.. . *,.,!,,.," I t "'
dluim. These chiefs were reckoned the Atotmr... C. Crmiin. . :"unmit"
J ) W1 )oJtt. CAbiZ1A pliH'cs of tlmlMr.Ve bound hilt hind J. '
WOMt bltiotltlllrMtytmmnl' cruel of any that I Tbt Beady-to-Sore Cereal 1 John . ." I !
feet to a two foot strip of wood. keepIng Hradf.r.l 1111", ;::: ::
Infp.MlAotJ the bolder at that time. K i.. Uo.e...... But i"*
Ut claws us fur apart as POMMlble.11 ( ,
One night us. we neared the pas on onions at TallahiUM.ee' iii.,.7,i ii,ii.
,\ the time he
was vainly tryingto
,._ the wuy to Chihuahua It was pltcb SUPREME COURT .II'U'.fcSRAILROAD :
---- -- -- -- -- bite and kept growling/ ns much as always on duty. j1 l\I. H. Ma.bry. ... .. .-. I
I rode In advance of coach. hier
dark. the
.. .... .. .tmmt ,
the hemy gig, on his thront would let F. B. arter. A."e'I,
A Daring hi III. TliPn we bound his fore feet nud Tha only passenger was a twenty-two- -. JL4I. tE.FTaylor... .. .. .. .. .. .. .hlt..., ;

finally we tied n larger stick of wood yeur-old young; man named l'ugh fromSt. o COMMISSION\!' : :its: ;
LouK The diligence; was drawn by Jefferson II. Browne chairman.
In his mouth. We then hound him
old fashioned mule teams. A typical R. HtnlHon Burr, .. .,,Key YitM\t::
Exploit round and round fust to a long'" timber .J. 1\1. Bryan.. .. .. '
cocherro or driver named Pedro AuKustan It. C':. Dunn' clerk h.i.,1:""
..;-.. ..,..,: ,:.. and Hint was" the wuy we curried him bold the linen. lie was u genuIne >- A Food for Fl,hl rs. ,, Helultluarter8 anil olIUeH, at r.Ili', ,MM,.. .!I.'
; Into ., __
.. .w.;..,:, ., curop ,.I"l" CoHtlllun. Uesldo Pedro rode time "It may Interest you to learn that 'Force' CIR UIT.. COt'L&T.MInor !
Is being iirrvrd at breakfast. several times
ftumbeuu boy wltb Ms pipe sticks and 8.Jonell,Titusville... lit, ,
each week to the members of the Second RegIment IIltJu I
j How EilhfJapCaiIhza Will Iluy It Itack. J. I>. HeiciCH, Orlando.. ,l>r> .e, ''Hlnu' \ttll .'.\
res In. :N. U. Fnow on duty at this place. Sprintr. ''I'erlll-Follrth Mnndat 'n i"i .\l.rii.. \1
I Hear Without Weapon You nH uma no rlxk when you buy Soon I saw signs of IndIans and rode ull.uUIr W. BKOWW. Fall form-Fourth Alonclu) 'In N"UIIIIJB' ''' !'

Chamberlain's colic cholera and Diar back to warn the driver. UREVARD CObMY CM! Kl I I

. r-.1 or Crap.fr rhoea Itemedy. All druggists and mede- Before I reached the diligence a riflecruckl'el. A.D.Penney. .. ... . < 'imu jiJl ., :
cine dealers will refund If A : >. I.. Clauhlen... .. .. froaeciitlnK .Utm
your money
---- and one of the lend mules fell A. A. Stewart.... .. .... ( 'mmuy'
not satisfied after It. It
; you ate using dead. The] tlauitwau boy lighted/ bill Spring Term-Second Mondii\. M.\
1 III everywhere admitted to be the most 8umm"rTerm-8oo"ullllonla,
"Jmed Hujj ZSftut from Tret resin torch to ("f> what was tbe matter 'i\utmn
succtBHfnl remedy In use for bowel complaints W-10 till I Term-See".1 Mon.llI l ) in )N.; inrm, ,

: and Chtn ky Shtcr Str"" th.O"'o.pow".J and the only one that never falls The mules all fright became tangled ____________. ___.____ _._____. ._..______ _u_ ___. __ winter Term-Sucuml Muiulu) in> hcimu,
; and m It Is pleasant, safe and reliable. In the hllrl1t>MII. \Ve ull were utpu tOUNTY SCHOOL 1IOAU1)

I !us to where the deadly bullet came R. E. Mima Superintendent Hcmavmli' ,
r Wound Him. -nii: : : YOU A Mem hen, i J. M. Dlxoti, chalriiian" nutty
The Emr Typ.. fr il1. R. N. Andrews Cocoa; J. E l'IIltz.!Hprnnii\. ,

Tbe following from an article In the Thou caaio from directly before us a COUNTY COMMISSION.n:; :

:. The tent of eight wood- Cotton and! Farm Journal by Wilbur screech' of Jnfern.il yells, often run.! J. R. Walker, chairman lltUHvtllo inhn
/ RroM, Leghorn und Plymouth Rock about, but rarely h"l1rd.Ve knew the Mlot, Imllarmla.; II. A. ConklliiK 'lilliiuin J,
1 cuttera who without other C. JOUHH. i ":' .1. F. Itelt, White CIr) Itriri,
woupong breeders. la likely to bring I a hailstorm Indians while not advancing were sessions. are hai'ltIrst Monday in each nionui .
than their bare luimU. captured a' big of denunciation from certain clusi of going to wait to see which way we Boat Builder or OwnerIf ? REV AnD COUNTY 0"11.1-:115: ,

I ; 400 pound bt-iir lit probably without breeders, nuys Farm and Itancb. Most would go. A. D.I'unney.Tlttisvllle;. .. t Minn Jml
parallel. called I J. L. U.ultlon. TltUHville) ; mrs AiI i,
"Put the I
of them know the theory of an "egg out tlIIDle.I' quickly A. A. Stewart, TltiiHvIllu, ''''iiiitjO
The Japs wore In cnmp on Durrani type" l III trtl<\ while many do not even to tbe l>oy. "Quit your team and get J. F. Woolen. Cocoa..r A'H.r.ix' .

Inlet about nrtccii iiiIU-s from Vancouver know that Inu h. Hilt very few of your rllle IVdro" I exclaimed the John E. W.Henry Hall. TltiiHVlile, Tltusvllie, ",..' ." 'i .r.' uiitc...,",

It C. They Inul tllHpoverei! thoftP" who know the facts will admit driver and I ordered. Piigh the only You Are, Buy One OfWaltoll's R. E. Mine DonaventureI. t iiit 1 lllli, li
[.,f them. M'auie they breed birds for \\IIMMIII'I'; to hide In the shadows, 1)('- .J. (J. Fries. 'fl'unville, .""mntysiirvejW. )
that Bomo untninl II/ul iiiiulo Its home .J.F 1*. rlrowu.'lllusville. ,. .. 8ioi,
: In a hollow treo and determined, to show put'poxes and not for Increnm-d litnd tI..> rocUM. It wim nieleNH, to try 8. Norwood, Tltimville ,Ko l.trall"l1 UIIiTITl'RVILLJ .<
t; breed. Btnnd- to fuither. the Indians bud net
production. They for us anambtiMt
capture It. 11. TakiiluiHliI forenuiu of egg go : TOWN ('IHrll."
.\ r. the told the of the sit d pol ntH. und egg production" has no 'tide for us. G. A. l> rimtmayor.; Van Work\ mumliiltux I >
gang/ story capture
standing In the .standard.. Here Is "I'-II'o." I mild "we'll stand tlmeimmoil' Patent Calking Tools. collMctori, I{. K. MmlH I Jr, ,c-lurk mil :irr
l I / "Burly In the inoriiliiK itoven of my urer; John Hanry, tax "MM".or..1 It A ill'
: ; (. men nnd mynelf" said Titknhimbl :what Wilbur Ilros. say about egg type: We can kill them. Its our only K. A. Morgan, L. A. Hraily, 1* J llHliaiidj
"We hare In our long/ years of experience chance.'' I hid my horse In the bud ('arrnthera. councilinun 'Hie .;..uni it; ra
.( first In each month.TITU8V1LLK .
cr heard and read various theories o\\s, told I'j-dro to get a mule, ordered Tuesday
\ { R HOARD OF! TimAla
advanced us to whether or not shape of i the boy to get, another anti told I'ugh\ .. I C!: Invaluable. to Boa bullders and Owners of Boats. G.1'] Rolililna ItrvrI.lent. .1. M llx 'In

J', i' \ IxgboriiH, has anything to do with tbelaying to do likewise. Hilt poor Pugh became urer. J. O HaMt ,nut-rotary. Meett-setoni I 9nemlay .
qualities of this noble fowl and lazed with fright and Instead of full nlht| In met: month at tilth u">uiFRfcK >
In Use all Florida and the North.
; \\ over
AM ACtMTh.1) tl.tSus
\ :
we are convinced that It Is just us Important lug buck to shelter be ruxbed. ahead of
Indian River I ode, 1'10.1"', illp ,
: F and practicable to produce an the mules. and straight; Into the arms of the a..oontl l and fiiurtti< | FrIday evrnlnu' ''t n

egg type! hen ns u butter type cow and the Indian runneia. With a storm ofhklt'tnis month at their loiljie room Inillni, > 1C' or hat ,
7:3ii o'clock ]> in. J. L. Cairullierr W )
: our rspl'l'len, most especially yells the redskins dancedabout
F. A. Morgan, Seo'v.
,\ the White Leghorn, has been In all the captive.( We did not see Calks Boats more Rapidly than any other ORDER OF EASTERN Sf\n

cases that those of our birds with long Pugb run away In the dark and the FrleiHlnhlp Chapter No. 11, hoi.In iff niwlin
bodies and necks rather lengthy In the Maaonlo I...idue moo ritiiiville un ,
firm!! we knew of bU capture won when
l// kt k\\ legs and deep down behind are at all we hoard. bis. screams\ rising above Calking Tool in the 'V orl <1. aol lrt! the ruuadav third in Tucailay earn month In each at J wiocli month) ikp uclock .

t times too most. prolific layeis." thoHo. of the demon1) who caught him. / p. in. The following the ,.mnnthe .
lociicu : Mra. H. K Wilson, worth mill
We throe who remained fell bnck to. Mr. J. L. Carruthera, worthy imtron MiwK I,
Mu.fiovy Dark. word I"1t TOIICUM. h.'lIrlnIUI we r.,. Stewart, AM..... Marnn ; Mr. Sl. A Kcrlingr;
Secretary I Mr. J. M. Dixon. rreaHiirei MJitllua
If the Muscovy drake was hatched
treim ted the unearthly demoniacal yellsof Klite (2nIutreas; MlHa/ainll",
und raised by u hen. he will probablygive the Attaches\ and tht heartbreaking. / A HBO. ('"n.I'M.1 M r.. (*.,,,. W, hi". ,Mr 1,1.I: '
Five Thousand Sold. J. L. arrurhern. Until Mrx iei M I. ItnM, i
trouble In the but Ithnt".1
poultry yard cries of the young Ii:::::. Attempt at I."ilwr. Mr.. V, A, Mitruran, Mnihu MIK, by a duck of hl< race he will rescue was lIM.'I....... Wo never ct>uM lhn.., t'I"1; Mra .l.dm. It Unlk.n U F A Morgan I ."". .11111. In- I r II
not trouble other fOWls I that do not first -
'- : have lielfied. the \poor '10)e could nore, hentlnel ; Mr. < h.... I U. W'11' Muni"'
: attack him. Mine! uie very quiet unless bellr his MCI-CUIIIM IIM they tortured mutilated Price $4 and $8 each. .

attacked nnd then the best game- and btirnt
his Ixxly. WhileTHH
aH lock had better bewnre. Some Special OfferThe

The tlesli.
of the Mimcovy Is excellent

III my opinion the bent. of ducks If May be obtained of the Walton Self-Looking Block Co., 404 Fl"'ilda Fruit and 'l'i tmtk 'tjyoa

euten before the bird Is four year old the I \u\ t,.' .
new monthly j''ui m tin > ei[
An older one I have never tried. Atlantic Avenue. Boston; or at the office of the EAST ally to the lotelt'.t..r.. t'1"' inrt \.

These ducks will lay In the south early / table Blowers of I Hie :ftiaie. ,"I I. uflrh 1,

-r every tuontli of the year. I have had COAST ADVOCA TE.ITltusville: Fla. I1t, (OciUa at $1 n ye.ir: Mngcli" ,."let I

Slimr-ovy eggs: every month except September For a limited time a ..Ix ") nilmubicilplion tiS
-- will beM-ni. I ft, new 'utm clI
and October. Hut they will not ---- ------
ftI 'often lay more than fifteen before > for 2:> cellt Of both tht Fruit
THE ADVOCATE Truck Grower and (semi-Week!} Tim
wanting to nit. Moreover they are JOB PRINTING OFFICEAll '
Union for $I.2V: Oi with tin, Phi leuVekWoildufN
cheaper to keep than other ducks If
wYoik. bnih, 'ne 5'
they have their lhlwnty.Ilt'ing \ kinds of Uotntnerciil Stationery pilnted the uliove office. for '#1.23.: :

natives of Ilni7.ll. they are the L. J. BRU.I liT, 1'nb Ouiu F

luck par o*...lence! for the soutb.-J, -- -- ..-- -- .-- -- ---

/ T. Littleton In I.'etltbl'r. I ------ ._.____ 1 r

: OIHl.vlsupply.. Uonsaof( The Illinois' Fiahermun's. AsrtuUutionTlie :
-- 08
II'S Chicago Net and Twine Co.
impure Blood. I If) ;;I
"went to the i>luit>, and ve B tar tod to I

the work of gettlni tho nnlninl out of -Manufnct'irnra of- I m"i
Lla winter home. Wo tlrnt hit thotreu What Is it ?*- asks the mother as she >

with bam of notices the smcioth. skin of her child Ng1Il, -3
wood thla did not t\l- -
marred by a red or pimply eruption. It
I peur to have any eiTvvt nt all. riuully is impure blood, and the child needs at t I To:J _-3 i
I _
: we found another small bolo tht 1 .
on -- \\i"
once to begin \ .._ C
opposite Bldo of the tree from wherewe the use of f>r. \ UU 0 Is _a
had flrHt Keen the oyea of the anlinal. Tierce's Golden .- ; S
t .:w ;; a 6-= : S
Into \\\\n\ MO Hturted n lire and Medical Iiscov- :;;; \ > q.: iE2W ,

threw In plenty of inona to uiako Ii.olOkt' ery, the best awl > I .I go 0

p..-,,,' surest remedy :.: :$i' '

"Ity mind by wo lieanl u growling, Inside ; the for Impurity blood. It of i' "35C 5i' ()

.. and we threw In luoro IUOHH to I .,I entirely eradicates ** FISHING NETS and Netting of Every De' crlptlon :o1 I o: I. 0 1 t.I 0 s::
tuuke the mnoke worn In n few minutes the poisons | DeiU-rs In Seine Twine Maitre ford.!
Rope, .;'c. z g a '
out came a head anti thin the w h i c h corruptthe I Originators Wholesale Prices direct to the Fiehermen j I .0. 1

houlders, nnd we found It was It bl 40,1 1 and "" I ': 70-si.a.lifi\ 1 : |i.IUiftSt. Chicago Ill. I fOAil:

; '. mull bear that wo had for our clIgo.t cause diHense., It I !1 ... Mention. The ADVOCATE in your letter.. !J

"Ho tried to buck In but the cures scrofula, -- -- -- I f\ec5 I"to
again -- ---- --
---- <.J
smoke wn too thick and then he bolls I pimples. I4 i': I --- \V..- are- -Mrtmbera of the Illinois FUbermen's Aamici,itlon. :
eczema alt- ; -- f'aCI
I made a run along the coveriMl pn>u nK" rheum and other ) 11 E.vEo. : '

t we had made Into the lOll cage which eruptive diaeaneswhich ,, I -. .- -- i --J ()

I we bud built I are the illrrct .
p I "',"0 all danced around tbe cnjco t'\\ result of impure KKDSKtNH DANCED: ABOUT THEIR CAPTIVK. OS.A.:: S. :s Lcr Hivdl 2c CO.SIT. 'e

41 when all At once we had all kind* of \ blood. It :. IUD w. B"r su, JACKSONVILLE -. FLA.IDoz. -4I C
a" sa.
enriches well tJ-:
, trouble on onr hniult.. ns theyere dancing about tho fire In 1:
' : ; "Out of the hole In tlu tree aa purifies the fit'iidlsb .... cp4Cflliig I
ciiine another blood.Dr delight \\ were keeping up n ....
bend anti MuntlderH tliU. time of rterre-i medicine hi only bene.fltvtl count nut fusillade. to show them that OO4
'j an Immense bear Uireo tlnuM as Mn nap me ( but It hn. <.7n.'tw| ,, Air we! were for ,.,.
ready them but they didnot '='
"'Y two tan*. wntn Mr' *. M. Harlrick if : > .1: '" a-
p the other. He did not IHKUO timidly !)LMMiiMcr (MwaKaCu.N. V, "Both h.. like the dial I hum toM iwo amiKhtm in IVM thno hv* _..r. E-q C
, either but Ito threw blni- with con."n>pllo. and ..,ronl.l.. MvrUtcut' M II to Pel Norte and notified the people. 0c.I
I elf forward tlmnitfh Hilt holo and w.,. taken two or three y, ar. ago with hrmurrhn who went out atm.! placed rude monument 'b
: roared like an angry bull r front the Innn.. It truil>lc vnr. H* took Or Ptarce oohlrn Mrlic l boy's ashes lay strewn EXPRfSS'j ) J
r I .i "He win nearly blind with the Htnoke l>l">covrv. ant ha. not h.J a hrniorVmifr In over tile groan.!. i PRPAID "
14/ that bad driven him out of the hollow over. a ytir.hi neck My ywingrr: Ion hoi JV.Ailou.orr : II I PEP4DIA2o cro
on had ,
r ; two Inncnl but h** not ,
) : tree und wax l'Orrt"'IIOIlIlInaly| ) in ml. ian tail anjr,. ...u.. h. couimenceU to take your med The hess AVoriuU. l\le.lecinc. ;I Ii
'; "'fltt' stcall bear wan null yelling
I'\ lustily, and the big one lost no time togather Accept no substitute for "Golden MedIcal P. Kumpe, druggist, Leighton,
hlmaelf Diacovery." There i* nothing Ala, writes: "One of my customers -" i f
I. together to bo ojgresave. .. good for diseases of the stomach, bad a child, which was sick, and threw ,
The only weupun we had 1'l"OlIll1t. blood and lungs.A .p all food could retain nothing on Its 6QtS 'i :

from the camp wns n Klncle ax. and It KxxH page book free for the asking. stomach lIe bought one bottle of (

was never used utfulimt tIme; beitr. aa It You can vet the Peop1 '. Common Sense White's Cream Vermifuge, aDd" hJp.

turned out Medical Adviser the beet medical book brought up 119 worms from the child. I ) I

"We had all dodged: around the cage tver published, frt* by sending stamps It's the boss worm medectne la the .

which contained the niuller hoar. Hut W pay expense of mailing only. SeuJa world." White's Cream Vermifuge Is Sgf

*Milnado the oldest man la the party I one-cent stamps for paper covers or also the children's tonic. It Improves h1dAIT1iJJ2 QtS DtUVMCD fOR eQ
31 ataopfor cloth-bound volume, to Dr. their digestion and assimilation of food -f rctn
was too slow and the boar Jumped R. V, Fierce Buffalo '
strengthens their and <
nervous restores $
system = t.JJj
against him with $ .1229
an angry /growl. them to the health vigor sad elasticity .
"lioth rolled over together, and Shi- ::r OLD NEWSPAPERS For Sale, of spirits natural to childhood. 2c -- ,

I IUtl jmillcti; fur Uulu. it was u.clu to Clump at this office. at B. R. Wilson .t Sou. Agents for the Pabat Brewing Co.

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i ofe sional Garcia.l. ROAD REPAIRING. [ AMERICAN ROADS. PRACTICAL NEST BOXES.. A HORSE AT THE. SHOW. Thousands Have Kidney Trouble

-- -- and Don't Know It. '
Some Point .>.. PiittlnK R Hlichwn Crete San'. ennui end tile PoolIltKlmnra. They Are l.lrtht .:..n,. Male and Story. nf M lllbhoitlnnlnw Kroiu .nK .. -
y BOBBINS, In Good Condition.Holes trait ll. HviMlU llvnnrU.Tlie ..uliio \'a.'I.hl. How. To Find Out.

and ruts. should never be filled \\> appropriating millions ot a"I'ODJIIII1I3'ln//< drawing tllustrotes One of tin popular, features of th*' Fill a bottle or common gla.w: with your ,
AND COUNSELOR with stone brick well\ \ newts designed In :'\I'W'ol'k U the vater and I lit It stand twenty-four hours; a
ATTORNEY or (01I'MI' Km vol. say money for bulidlnii, canula end railroad very the Improved aiiiiinil horse show sediment settling

AT-LAW. a writer In Good Hoad Magazine. "Ui *, yet ir per cent of all the niatrial ami successfully used by William Bijuud of !park police horses that ID always r--: ___ Indicates or an-
hard material will not w( ) Proctor of ISMI>X county Mass entered. The winning of a blue
in State and United StateRI nr uniformly; t that passes over our oiinuln! and :J unhealthy condition 1
I practice with the rest of the rtmd hut will produce railroads must. in the first limtnintpnn They are very easily made, and the ribbon hy one of these police horses It <"f of the kidneys 1

I ,iCourt. bumps\ and ridges" and usually J'tAo over primary rouds-uunioly, the plan of construction la as follows: Take told In "Horses Nino," by Si'well lord,. i \ : ; If' It stains 1

Office at TiTUSVH-r-K, FLA. stilt In milking two holoH each larger lilRhwu.vs: Kiiya Jo:. A. Hand :New' York throe boards 1 inch thick by 12 inches from till! viewpoint of tile horse. The 7r \ your linen It Is

than the or1/:lnnl. Any PiiucerllkP do- state cnsliuH: In counoctlon with our wide and of any convenient length author says: ( ; 1J evidence of kid

: GAULDEN, protifllonM or ruts uliould be filled with canal. we are doing an IIUIU
earth like that of the rondbod. We are Htlll appropriating money and apart to admit of two nests tilde\ by Skipper heard the sergeant", tell Ketldy )- frequent It desire to In ,

f ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, It U u bud practice to cut a gutterfront making th Mu etllcleiit. Our railroad side. that he had teen detailed fur the horseshow -'' _"- the pass back or Is pain also

a hole to drain It to the side of: corporations are expending huge for Strips! :2! Inches wide and 1 Inch sqiiail.\ IttMldy" luul saluted and convlnolnj proof that the kidneys and blad- ,

raotMll1I' .u the Courts Court of the State the road. FillUiK It IK tilt proper course. tulles in reduoliiK grades und making thick, represented In the diagram! as said nothing at tho time, but when der arc out of order V1( a'

L'riiiZ ,ntl 1 1 he' United States ; whether the hole Is dry or contains their Funds utralclit and smooth b b, are hailed across both top and bottom they were once out ou post he told What to Do.

,.'.,.... TITUSVILLE rLA.J to hold the uprights in placeand about it."Sure There Is comfort In the
1 tI, Box mud. The boles most requiring atten Stpuuibont companies are "xl'f'lullng; / Skipper:) nil knowledge so
Hon nn found nt the end of bridges great aunui! In enlarging) the capacityof make the frame firm. Supports for the u II' Its, I'1"III'ln' \before U 1tll\ (, often expressed that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-

WEllll, and along the sUlra of small woolen ; their ships and Im'J'l'IIMlng their" nest IM>XCS are wires designated by c c swells In town yo'H be, HIM b'y. I'hlltdu Root the great kidney remedy fulfills every
box culverta. la the diagram/< find to put them In ye think of that ...h't11' mebbe wish In curing rheumatism, pain In the

ATTORNEY-AT-LAIV, The side ditches should be examined IIpl'4'f1.AVImt does! all of this avail If we who place holes. are angered through all the )'t1In'\ gottln a blue ribbon Skipper of back the kidneys urinary,pisaage.liver, bladder It corrects and every Inabilityto part ;

lill practice In the Courts of the 7tkult In the fall to see that they are tree are to be the most benefited do not boards. which Is best done before the moo lad Ul)' mobbu Mr. I'utrli-k iiui-tlti hold water and scalding; pain In passing

Taxes paid for non-resident from dead wood and grass and latIn < undertake nom sensible system on n rack Is put together. Strips might well will havu a roundsman's) berth an' It, or bad effects following use of liquor )

i rents and accounts collected. tho winter they should be examined business basis!' for building tunl maintaining chevrons. on his. sleeves afore the year's wind or beer and overcomes that unpleasant N

FLORIDA. again to see that they nre not clogged In a wise manner the common out." necessity of being compelled to go often "
UIVILLIC with cornstalks, brush etc.. washed It roads of the country? 'l'htborllle show was all\ that Uoddy during the day and to get up many times .
hud promised, and more. TU, ,* light almost during: the night. The mild and the extra l
PENNEY, from the Holds. The mouths of culverts When this hlllt been clone, and when I
0. ordinary effect of Swamp-Root Is soon I
should also. be cleared of rubbish that good time foinen (und It la as sure dnr.xlt'lllI\ldl'I'l'r. Tho sounds and realized. It stands the highest for Its won- L

ATTORXEY-AT-I.AW, and the outlet of tile drain to come fie tomorrow's nun U to rise). : the smells nfnned hull but he fellHocUly derful cures of the most distressing cases. ;
RliouUl be (t11l'1I' Attention to side then will our boys be willing to xtiiy on on Ms back heard him chirrup If you need a medicine you should have the i

sviu.K, FLORIDA.I ditches prevents overflow! und washing) the tll'1Inn.1\ our daughters be willingto i softly and soon felt at ease on the tun- best. Sold by druggists In SOc. andl. sizes. ;

I practice in all\ the courts of the 7th of the roadbed and will also prevent become farmers' wive The Isolation bark. You may have a sample bottle of this t

Iiidlclal Circuit. fonimUpi!\,.of ponds at the roadside and of farm life will then have passed, Then there was a great crash of wonderful discovery"'" "t'' ;'
noise, and Skipper, with some fifty of and a book that tells :
the consequent saturation of the roail' away and Instond of our boys and a J tt
bed. girls leaving the farm to go Into tho his friends on the force begun to move more about It, both sent| I !9 u .
A. FROST, / around tho circle. First It was fours i absolutely free by mall,
Honda should have will be to
of willing
plenty light;( crowded cities! more '
ATTOKXEY-AT-LAW, nnd air. Of course a shady, ; road la very go from cities! to the furiuit. Then we abreast then by twos. and then a rush I' address., Binghamton Dr. Kilmer N. Y.& When Rnm. nr writing SwampReel.Co. mention -
nice hot but midi road mall und the to troop front, when, in n long line, "
on a day, a cnn will have free delivery reading this generous offer In this paper.
ill In all the Courts of the'7th bud been
practice they swept around If they
not be kept in good ('condition since telephone, and we will bo the happy
'I Judicial Circuit. shade is nearly sure to cause mud and contented people that the Al- SIMPLE AND CONVKNIKNT.b harnessed to a beam by traces of Maul

" ITL 8VILLE, "" FLORIDA. holes. Therefore the road official! mlKhty Intended we should bo when be used lit the wlresi. and length/< 1

should use all possible" diplomacy to gave UK this rich and beautiful heritage. would give nddittOual strength. If wire After Homo moro evolution n half u,1, l ? a

[ REDERICK A. MORGAN, have trees adjoining the road, particle Is Reed It will prove most ,satisfactory lox.cn were picked out und put through; 15
of these.
lurly those, on the Mouth side trlinmvd It kept tight., their pnees. Skipper was one
Abstracts of Title. with reference to tho needs of the The Vnmlnsr ol llond. The nest hoses are made of lIMit Inch Then Ihriw of! the H\| were sent" to Join 'fIfEDtORDsBLACIDRAU6HT

roads. The !inmlii of the roads, snys the lumber. They lire 11 'Hi Inchesvlde, 12 the rout, of the siiuiid.,, Only Skipper t
|KAI ESTATE AND INSURANCE, herald ID something mill two others remained In the rentwr
-----,- -, _- Grand Rapids: Inches long and 5 Inches deep. The
Loans, Notary Public. that should have been attended to lonll, bottom Is made. to project six Inches, of the rhm. Men In queer clothes,
ARE YOU A IIOATIHTILDEKP It tualn rood and crossroad wen ring tall black hats. showing much [ { ,I
11)0. livery every providing u step for the hens to alighton. /<
|lectionn Typewriting, Stenograph ofValtoll' Patent
von are, let( line \
to have Its while shirt front and currying/ long t
Onlklog roots, Invaluable to boar In UM county ought The spuce II 1>U\'t' the 1 boxes> would
TITITHVIH.K':, FLA. builders and owners; of boats. Calks otllflHl this. just 1111 do the streets and depend 1 partly on the bm-d of poultry whips', ciiuie loud looked them overcnrt'tnlly.

boats more rapidly t than nny othoicalking avenues In the city. The roils are all but with iHixes: live Inches high a fourteen THE ORIGINAL I

IA. KHOMT. WADE: II. JONKP. / to"llu the world Price $1 I IK hold out on the map\ but they are uu- Inch space, between wires will\ bomifflclcnt. Skipper showed these men how hocould
nnd $s.OO each ADVOCATE office to address u vii 1m In time to the music, ont t
JONES, at imiucd l. and to attempt The Improved I nest boxes \ LIVER MEDICINE '
FROST Titusvillo, FI.I.; farmer at hs| home residence except have the iidrantiigo/< being light/ easily the people' who hanked the circle as w

-. -- ---- -- --- perhaps In fie most general way Is ImpoHMlblo. made and readily! cleaned.-American fur IIlIot Skipper( cniiltl nee shouted Jf> J J JA

BAL: ESTATE: AND INSURANCE, Notice.N'CVriCK The board of supervisors Agriculturist.A and clapped their hand until It seemedas "' J 0 ',' ,

Limns and Collections. might well appoint u committee or commission If u tlniiKli'1'ntorm, fled broken 100M('. sallow complexion, Air.t\ne,
In the lust of the In tall huts! tieda biliousness and coated ,
TiTUiviLF.it FI.o to name the roads county Poultry Trant. At ono men a tongue
4. : H HhRKUY (OVEN!: THAT IT 1"1 bridle indications of liver 1 .
,, und In selecting/ names It would be The following story comes from blun ribbon on Skipper's are common "
'tentl to apply to tin Hun. A. l D. l
1' finny, County ,liulue in and for .vn 1 well to honor the sturdy pioneers who Wellsvllle: When Itcdily got him Into the stable, and kidueydinettvl's., Stomach and "\: i
t. WOKLKY. It. II, SKV.MOUIITOHLEY County F Florida oil the Itith day of Angiine IIN13, settle In tike neighborhood through' "A Jlglll1tlc scheme Is on foot to corner IIP fit. I him four hill red apples, one bowel troubles, severe as they are,
at TlttiHvtlle, for aiilhorltv to e.l..t. private awe> Rive by pain .l.lhilt i
\[ & SEYMOUR, all the one-third uiiilivl, H4rueeand all the (ine-thlrcl tiudiviileilintureHt could be as easily ad- knew that ho WIIM a famous: honm.Iteihly .
ofVllllAin. p-urtfiiHnn Hurnen, minor named a farmer Prominent capitalists to the number of though loss painful at thn start, are ,]
ATTORNEY8-AT-LAW. children of Mary E. Hill-lien, tIwe....ell, In and til drestied by hltt street and number as seventy-live' are Interested In the plan showed him their pictures In much harder to cure. Thndford's. f

I a general practice In State and oCnurte. thane Fliirlila tracts and uf ilenrrlhi land l lytnic an follows In llrovitni, to-wlt County: culls those who dwe-l1ln cities. a WelNvlllu mini) being the general the paper UI Ic-Vrl\uHht;) $ never fails to benefit t"

Iral Special attention givento I.ntII and, lot :itfl.! auoiinling\ to the slat. of ttwniilxllrtHlciiit manager/< of the business. Charles :Miles Features. d immioi I li ver and' weakened kid. j' ,,1,
admiralty practice. >r llloek 18, known an tile Grove, Lot SAN FrtANCISCO EXCURSION.It of Des 110111(.... la.; Henry Ward of Chicago nays. It stir up the torpid liver l' I:
of Maltionrna, FlurliU. In Tnwntlilu' lM1 Hotitli f.r Blackheads faces and throw off the of fever and '"t' faguB.
IS tLL: Bi-tr.DiNo MIAMI Fr.A. bah pimples greasy to germs c" ,
Range 37 i xst. Haiti pint dated April lttV2! Julies Wllxoji\ of Logan. Mass '
end recorilHil In the olllce of the Clark of the <'lr of the muddy complexions, which are so common It Is a certain preventiveof ..I j,
the comrades of
will Interest Anderson Hcrunton '
and William
cult Court of Hrevunt Uniinty t"lollolalay! Kith among women, especially gills at a cholera', and Ilriarht's; : disease of I ,t
[TEPIIEN E. FOSTER, 1W-, in Hook, "0," page 14>. Qrnnd Army of the Republic and their Pa., are the most prominent among the certain age destroying beauty, dlsllgurIng tho kidneys., With kidneys reinforced i'l fl 1j 3
W, C. annual,
BARNK8J friends attend the
desiring encampment
stockholders. and making repulsive, features which by Thedford'i !hack1)ranghtthoauandsofpersonshave- "
nt-ail21 As Guardian for >alil Mliinrn,
.\ATTO EY.A T-LA W, ( of the O. A. II., at Han Fran. The plan of the company, as outlined would otherwise. appear attractive and ) ';;J .f i

deco, California, August, lit to Oct. by Samuel M, 1.1111I1'1"11] of Wells.rllle. relined Indicate that the liver Is out ofmdnr. dwelt immunn in till midst of yellow I, : )
Dyal-Upchurch Building. Jax. Application for Tux l>uc
.1 I \CKSONVILI.K; FIA.. rist's round I sleeping trip from car JackHonvllle both for two, with pantons ton, farms, one at J.II troll.,, Pa.. the other ntUrccnticld. : will cleanse the bowl U, rogiilnto this liver Serfnut health and have no other ';:; 1
than Theilfonl's Black
R..II. Chap! | lass. Laws of rlurlda.. I through 'o San Francisco, at *!(.5l.:: ( These PH.. will be established III and no establish a clear huiilty complex ( II J 't
I in
) It hand. for :
ion. r 0o lit U. U. Wllsuu & Hon.l Iruiiht. always on "
1 8 BUn IIA'rf: M. I). I'ICK IS RE1tEfYtIIVEvthatHlsnnhew.!: ire, the rate /fixed by the several" p inenKor onct for the reception of the poultryputehaswl u-io in and i I ,:
NO .. u an emergency saves .
Rnndaypur'haseruf'rex" ( 01 tlllclO''' No. .
aHxooiatlonK and (len. CliiiMe:
coin- by traveling representativesof j "
1111. 61. and t"at.llh8, let day( of July.A. !:urnii9nie-nt; of n Great sheer. many expeniiive culls of a doctor.Mylllni : f 1
otllue, and m 'coding the Florida department U. A. the of whom there will bea
M'ltGEON; and SPECIALIST I) IIMII) IIIM sled nuiduurtlni'atu tinny company c. March
hat' )lade applloation tor : d to Issue InaiiiiorditiiOH U., IIHS In Orders No. :'J i, selected' the large number.) The will then Urusslni the great Italian singer, 5. 10,1901. t $ J
t."XrtiI; ::; company I have und Kcdford'i/ Slack i r
Ear Nose and Throat.PAI.M with law. Sold emnIaoee' S.nnhurn, rnllway system as the contractIng was very much Interested In tho young rlusht J '
the 'lolliiwIn riltfHrrlheit pmiitirry,, HltiiatHd lirevan buy up the entire output of minor concerns her relatives und always for three years and hava I not had t<)!lit j'
< ,! Florida, to-wies SK/ i.f ;\11':' ;. ESQ coni|>aay at the best possible lei ms girls among U'
r BKACH': FI.OKJHA. county for n IM'I'lot! of s vernl I years be- to a doctor sine I han bean It .
"f tllCl- $,,,,&1011111. and S''< nl tj K>I., Meet( u UT, looking to the comfort and economy of ready to nieourugo any talent shu could taking r n'It G
ron It Is on the market and thus Is the but medicine for that Is
Tewnaulp2TSaudIt4ngeJOE.| Tin) J.ilil lands comrades and tliolr frlondx. put ma !
the of them. One day novice / '
Und III u
\1 IIOUOIITOV'S'UTI.VG helnu IIII.e..ell..t tho uau of the.lH. .,.".n.-..of tmcli' The route selected IK Jacksonville K Flu ultimate control of the market. any on the market (for liver and kidney ,11! ''
oortlll"lOtoollilhe 1 name of A. F. William l *, JamesHaft was brought'rmulr other' l
troubles and
null. furtilliiuteAhall and Kansas It Is Inferred that this mighty comblHHtlnii dyspepsia and t !
and M. J C'nwIniK.: ITul H ? Atlanta Birmingham City
he redrteinedaonordlutf to law tax' ') issue tlieraonon the aril day of August A. U. IIMKiWltiieHU und will never do anything oil the
; I
: : 'ol. Kock Island !K'y. Colorado Springs the and It In cold ,
country put storage.
my oftluUI .IKnlttlll'tl) > a"l.e..1 till the the listened while .t" t1 ;
stage Hut singer ..,. a;
on the "Deutos," 3rd day of Jnlv, A. l>. ISO.I aDd I'eublo, via D. & K. O. route to Tills. !U. nlM>ut the most ridiculous story
[i't. <:'t xeall] A. HTBWUIT.. Salt; Lake City and Ogden via It. O. & Into Conaner.vial the young girl begun her frightened! '
that ,
Court.' Krward County Via ever /got< print says
Clerk Circuit
Xow AT PALM IlKtcit Hy U. A. Stewart, 1>. C. W. route thence to San: KiUco via South Poultry. Swift & ('0. and Armour trills, when suddenly Onmslut caught
errs Pucltlc. This Is believed to be the her In her arms with delight. "Why, {
& Co.. with all\ their millions, till vfln'tnUl'm"tI..1
coolest and most beautiful route on the you lire not u contralto; site said "but '
M, MASON. \V'e cannot. guarantee to publish lines across the continent. As ten days to buy the poultry tu one the finest soprano in the world. Your 1tlit

Itein, that do not reach this office before are allowed. to reach "Krlnc.o" stops will little corner of the United States. A voice in fur stronger than mine. Shady
noun on Thuitid.iS. be made wherever the majority may de- Illlon[ dollar trust can control the! steel
DE. TA wull. You want none of my help. Seeds '
T.HUROiOX, ilre. The Southern and connections will l business l but It would take more than L
Thero 1 I.. rich bunk In throat"The i '
a your r
OVER FIVE THOUSAND OF WAL- provide) every convenience and have a thnt mount to corner the poultry bust- the Klnd .1'Ii
than II ,
trruiU", Fr.ontiA. ton's Rapid Calking Tools now In use cprespntatlve with the party to see to ness. There are too many of us In the '' little singer was none th at Leads I': '!q '
Qlullu Urlsl.
comfort and the expeditious movIng pot Isle wort.
by boat owners In the United States. every bu"lbt'HR. by.Ir l
IA daalnn.
E IMco f4.)11() and *S.CX() each, at the AD- of tho train. ---- A Pro.ier.,o. B...... Le'1.sod Aaae.l f I 1
VOOATK office, Tltusvllle, Fla. All particulars cau be had by writingII. A Prl. Winner. pu.tpMld free W ell 1 f .
I..Iary.. : District Passenger agent, A beggar with a farm and an income VVilcrula,
10H W. street of $2rxN u ypnr. 'A beggar who cleared D. M, nerry a Co? I 1 '
ktlln Southern Hallway, Day Detroit, Mlah. 1' I :
tv Hudll Building, Main St., lackiionvllle, Fla., or to Comrade T. R. $78 In two days at the Mardi Oraa !IK I

JUIU"nvlIl" ; KoomslA| 111, IT. Virginia HomesYon /Impman, quartermaster) general, St. New Orleans and complained of the I [ .

Petersburg, Via.Rural smalliiess' of the results. A mendicant i ',' f ff

DENTIST i who collected $17 In OHM day at the

learn all about Virginia Lands, races In Ornvcsend New York and bewailed f ;

|nn and Bridge Work, Its resources, products, mode of cultlvatioa I L Delivery Notes I IThp. his 111 luck. Much a beggar U I t I'' ,

Porcelain Inlays, prices eta, by rending: the Fred W. 1I11111 11'1I. known from end to }
High-class Plate Work. Virginia Farmer. Send lUcts end of thin country fin the "human The Largest and Most Com- t ';

for :A months subiu-rtption to the fret? rural delivery system Is under dog", or the "bullltalllgllto," and elAte Establishment South. ''t';
'ATTEI( farmer Co., Rmpuriii, Va. the charge of A. W. Machen. lie Isi
!I ;VER\L l-inU"TRIOU8: PEU.tr against whom" churltubfo Ilfoople have '
I IKhU'h.,1 swt'')' each, State *.* travel. > for house.... In lost the father of the system. It was been warned by' the bureau of associated GEO. S, HACKER & SON I J
eleven :
yearn and with a IIUA'B ,
|I the Cleveland regime' Tenthoumiiid ,
"iU under
)l oni charities. Hummed, who la not
Itwhii:; anil a cent* for

'"Tent Slugzlntse.I tpr0ntalln4lineJ\;\,1 "kly cash l alary- Permanent of .18| amt|en-all ; WORMS' !1 1I r > Initial dollar experiment.' was appropriated forth yet' thirty years of age owns a good ;. t I
and hotel l llllii ailvancHil farm In Hontli Dakota. and It is known
: ; ) tics flat of the permanent establishment \
relehrsnrean.lEenrlmcecell i Ireelenvel'pr' Hlm-e that his annual Income from meudlcnncy / ", .
fTIo\AL ad -- of rural free delivery the Is over ?2..ViO, He bus traversed i
11\01: IuarbornWFCh/cage.: / a Moat In Quantity. B..t In Quality. i a
Force of carriers. has been Increased un. this country. from' end to end and sideto
S "VV"- TE1'SGream'Vermifuge ill at present It constitutes nn army ofibutit sldo and Is. knowu In all the largo r ..t

ley's s KJdneyCu e 12/100.) wl .> dully travel over .,. cities.. pct l" ly i' t 1 1I '

1 kIdneys and bladder right. ; nearly 31JII),( OU miles of highway for the This flue white Wyandotte cock first ..,

benefit of population of about 7,000- at New York show of 10U3, was bred 1.1t..ob" Itt.t/net. .,

i, CO YEARS FOR .0 TR.1HS) 000. and is owned by W. It. Graves. West The strength. of the linguistic InstinctIn ..

u > EXPERIENCE Has Led all WORM Remedies.EVERY Governor iMirMn of Indiana bin 8prlo f1{>Id. Mass.Itentarkable children In shown by the rcmnrk- r ,

BOTTLE CUARANTEED. signed the\ bill recently! passed compelling able shifts they will niiiUe to find form. ,

SOLD BY ALL DS-UCCISTS., counties to keep In good repair the Cure of JMnrrlioen. 'of expression for their perception or ,. I.
...r...... aY roads. on which rural innll, routes have About alx years ago for the first time feelings. An examination of these MANUFACTURERS Of tj': I : ;

:JAMES.........F... BALLARD -j 8T. LOUIS. been esrnbij"he --- 5 per cent of the road fund shall be set tack of diarrhoea." says Mrs. Alice Mllr child manifests Itself along precisely Doors Sash Blinds :

aside to keep> these routes In good con of Morgan Texas. "I got temporary the same lines as pure been taken by

J TRADE MARKS DISEASES dition. relief, but It came back again and the languages. of the races of mankind ; :
f -COPYRIGHTS Ocaions: AC.P KIDNEY again, and for six long years I have. siit- toward their ultimate forma Moulding & Building Material. :i" ; ;
I'' -n.. Perfect Liver Medicine. fered more misery and agony than I can
it, ;nAln' *and dnorlptlrm ni The Thus, lurking the word "wide," a little
? in our onlnion free whMlmr ma tell. It was worse than death. My bus- Office AV ferooms, KinK\ opposnU'Caaoon f.J., t.... '
"','':::'ImnhUeullat) .n.....'.. CiMnmanlift.lluKlbnokon ... the most fatal of all din Mrs. M. A. JoIUsy, Noble, O. T., writes: band spent hundreds of dollars for physicians' one sold "Open the door loud" extending Street.Charleston: r. .. .
P..en. ire
fw",,,.. aln..t.een.y for Mmirtnii ..t.n.... "I have used IIerbine for a number of prescriptions and t.reatm.Dtwithout the manning) of the word "loud" :
t 1 .Laren through Mum du. nc... eases. years, and caD cheerfully recomrned It avail. Finally we moved to precisely as we do when we apply' It S. C. : ,
.. the most perfect liver medicine, and Jiosqae county oar present borne, and colors. .
QfllifiC /'J nierican.nT.Man KIDNEY CURE 'Is I6U3raDtud the greatest blood purifier. It Is a medicine one day I happened to see an advertlaa- colloquially to -,- Sash Weights Cord and! ; I'f "
"" ., FOLEY'S of positive merit, and fully acconvpllsbes Chamberlain's colic cholera and "
....:, ) 'M .""po ,..rt "' ... Rioitfj for meat Cures Sciatic. It
that I. claimed It. Ma-
'. rear T rm.. a all Diarrhoea Remedy with a testimonial ofa
UNN nuntp.L :; l wpd. l.Seter.adNewYork l. II lana cannot find a lodgment In the system : man who had been cured by It. Tb. ae" W. L. Riley, L. L. D., Cuba, N. Hardware x' ,
& Co. refunded. Contains la while the liver U In perfect order case was) so simitar to my own that I Y., write : "After fifteen days of excruciating I .
I.lI11oe; QI r or money of Its functions I I. to prevent the sciatic rheumatism Window and Fancy alas J.
111.WMlllDile-D.G For one concluded to try the remedy. The result pain from t' ,
remedies recognized by aninent ;ibsorptlon of fever producing poisons. WM wonderful. I coold hardly reilz under various treatment, I was IndacJto q" '

ANtlER SALVE as the Best lot I Elerbin Is a most a regula-/ that I was well again, or believe try Ballard's Snow Mnlment, the lint A SPECIALTY. 1

(moat heating salve In toOf .worM. physicians troubles I tor. 60o at B. R. Wilson A Son. could be so after suffering so )long:, but application giving my first relief, and the .. '\ :
Kidney and Bladder that one bottle of medicine, costing but aeoond, entire relief. I can give It unqualified Tar r ,

ey'S Honey Tar PlUCK 5Oc. .. $.... : Filter tabes are now for sI. at a few cents, cured me." For sale by all recommendation. 25o, :30o and Foley's Honey mad '
and WILSOY80S'. ibis office, price 25cu; postage ft cu. druggists and medicine dealers. I t1.00.e B. K. Wilson boo. forth! dreasafe.eure. No opiates. ', '
Colds n. It. ;
prevents pneumonia. .. -..;:.... ..... ,. \ ,
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A WBBKLT JOUBJIAL DBVOTED TO TUB DSVaeraanT .- following names were stricken

OV THE IXDIAir B.IVBB LABBWOKTU from the registration books of Brevard

thereof at a IIt.'t.'tlnheld/ July Ttli. .t.I Constipation

EVKHT: FRIDAY. )., 10O.'I: arIirdi sag totlieKlectlon Law Authorized capital Sioocr

of Florida : Makes BilionincM end Bad Companions./ r"- Paid up capital $4.0:
OBABLKS H. WALTON Editor & Fublliber.Discontinuance IT
District No, nOrange.
< rfcca wherc'a your beauty? Keep the system in good Average deposits, Siso'i

of advM. mimt be made per- Boyett, O. B. Harris, Win. condition,and all the organ healthy, by taking
Lewis Chns.GrilHn .
Gibson, Henry ,
..ally\ at thin' ofllce or by writing.Cbenli Transacts
Grant General
a BaniiD

DlHtrlct Xo, 2 -Titusvllle.Barnwell. O lll'S
,.to., may he made payable to CHABI.KSH. jlllS
WALTON. publlnhnr. Henry McPli ?r"on, C. F\I1 Business.

Bates, O. B. Nelson, AVin. HVER.t

Croxton, Win. O'Boyle, J. F, .
Jllueat4> Atlantloavenne, Cleveland, A. Pylen B. B. Largest and Oldest Bank on the Rim
OATK ban opunuil an
Penhntn, Oeo. Pendleton :J. K.Kier :. Tonic tssist Nature in elimi.
and Pellets which law'p
Boston which will be In charge of Mr. Claude Rhodes K. 1V.Ellis t Y' Exchange bought; and sold| on all Kutelm
O.Walton. ( H .T. Robinson, N W. Dating the poison and at the same time make goofi Countries.

lladley, Stephen: A. Sands, B. ,II. Mood good digestion good health, aad will keep 'w
fff" In writing to the AIIVCIOATK for Informa Harris 0. 'Tucker M. 'J'. Th. Koa' In Your CH..h.. 4 treatment and every favor Prompt coiwlmant/ service, poi

lion of any kind the writer will obliitehy ennliwnIng Hiijrsrins, : (J. Taylor J. P. Free Sample and Booklet all dealer 1 d s native banking granted with "",,

< a .tainpuil-aildreiifHid, envelope. Holmes. 1) \'altollT.: I" ( r, CORRESPONDENTS

Lewis :S. O. Wlnstend. P. E. ... Complete Treatment I w Seaboard National Hank of New York,
Wilson ..., :as days :as ct.- National Hank of Jacksonville" ria 11
Addreu all communications to :McDonald: Kd Harry -

KA8T COAST ADVOCATE District No. :3-City Point. &Ct..M... ..... ....,.,-r., ".rITUSVILLE, FT: A.


Faber C. W. MoGiinkin O. A.
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-- -- -- -- --- Faber W. E. :;Snwtelle J. P.

O. Department of Agriculture District No. 4--UockledRe.Andrews THE SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPAQ

Weather Bureau-Jupiter, Fla. I.. 8. Knight :John P.
Wm Lundy, Yancy Sold by H. R. WILSON, SON. TITUSI'ILLE.
Anderson AdamIoort', :: youngCanova W 00 dC oa tCk! e Dni.ilTim A
The following a comparative slate- Brown -- ---- ----- lUlViaj UIWS, Cements

ment of temperature and rainfall for the I :A. J. Moore; :J. R. Incidental expense or IIUpt anclboard.. 200Snlaryofconaptof.chol 4n State Board of health i ,

week ending/ Tuesday, July 7, 1003. Covar, E. II. MahanVy, M. R. ... ...... 1)1 5.1 *
1802DATE. Creek innn. Inah Jlajfruder II. J. Teacher or archers. school No I for .lnO 1411'
: .. Total L milts
6 4 a 3" I and Sidewalk
1Il: Vitrified
MAX. Milt. MAX. MIN. Covar C. B. :Morgan Robt. .. .. .. If Ia .. 11,04M n! COUNTY TAXEN.wi Paving Brick""
1 85 72 87 78 Crosby A. J. Oliver W. I>. .. N 4 .. 4 eon I General I ti mills
.. : -
I.. I,. N u ? revenue
8 H2 71 8I> 7'J Colman. Win Parker N N .. 0 5 .. 3"4 10110'21w/10 I' Offices foot ot Hogan Street Jacksonville, Florida. Telephone Xo. K.
Hfl! 80 Davis, John Preston John .. rforfeiture
3 HU 72: N .7"4" 1204N : fl'' Fine' 1 "
4 87 78 H8 7H Davis, J. D. )Parker John II. .. .... 1 U 4 ....1401 General school, 1 5 J. K. MUNNERLYN, General Manager. I
6 87 7M 1'17 77 Kdwards, O. B. Patterson, U. H. N i 5. Y 0 4 140w I

8 K7 79 8M 77 Kyer: II. C. Payne, J..A., N e Nil 5.a "N 40 4" 1204N 1204U :: 101') Total 14-milts

Richardson. .. .. ..
H8 Everett, Judge : 1:1: 4 200a. 0 o
7 87 78 76 toad district Xo. 2 5 mills
.. .. Special ,
Total rainfall for the week : 0.01 Furjrerson, John F.Hftz John P. I u" 13 4 .. 10&11 ( u N .s 3,11 .eho E. C. JOHNSON -
Ford James Scott Edmund It14"1.. .. 1211N : 10 .
Departure from normal rainfall for the a III N 4 1-411 11 1 ee 5,7" I

week: minus 0.18 Inches. Departurefrom Harris, Jos. Slate 'V.It. .a.. .... N.. 16 N q .. 1010 t III eub-dUtohooldls" 1, 3 "
normal rainfall since 1 Hall, A. J. 'I'ennell, 'Vm. 17 4' 120a U "
January .. .. N e e 'e 2 3
a ,
III 1 120N u
pint 0.07 Incfaei.II Hill J. D. Tnrrell J. O. N 5.19 a. 1'. 1a1I II MI O 3.1; I0a0 Groceries and Fresh Meats ?
A L. P. HAUDIK Observer II in ton. N. T. Thompson! J. B. 1 ? N 211 u 4 .e J'IO ) It N N 11 5e 4 3 It :
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Jarvis. Wm. Wood; O. K. :n. 4" II'lOIi( .
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bills examined
The following were duly
_. 2'.1 N q" 121dJ : of all kinds.
Wilkins John !
--- --- ---- --- ---- Jones, n. F. ," .. .. : I. 4'. 140 0 audited and approved and warrants ordered \
Wooil A. .
Jackson E. 1' N II 5.21 t 4'5 J2I' (II 4)
JAPAN seems to be anxious for i I drawn for name, this July 8MX( 8flennral
Frank Williams Hayes 5 .1 211 u 4 III ("
Jones .. .. .'nnll.J .
fight 'With Russia Better leave Jones, J. W. "'"rnt'r, F. H. N N :21 ltl.". 4"4 a' 121a 1lII:: 4"41 R Walker Co Cum and mileage 6 00 Fruits and Vegetables in Season.
Williams Chas. .. .r It. M I lot in 4K <>
the bear alone. Jackson R. J. .0 Nt9: N 4" 1211: I'lnjl' Mall Orders Receive Prompt Attention.
A Conk ,
14 nolulin
Johnson. Ham Young, P. H. N "au" 4 .5 J"" II NI I I .' "
C. Jonen, :M: 00
1 N "a.l" 4' 1tIlII: aoaoaw. .. a
:Jos. "
Kelley N .. .. .1 F Hull, W 60
THE: merchant who claims that Kim Oallie. 'a .1.34 .. 4'.. 141)11 I IN N) T A KfihlnHon, soot frame warden ... .. 40 00 .
District No. M 4 1211es : a1 -- -- -- - --
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oo .. WS .Norwood Ken Oltlcerand exp 17 00
advertising cannot benefit his bus Cozart W. A. McNeil I C. .. ? a1 311.{ 4 al) Electric Light Co.. ... .......... ... If) 60John .
,411 lame 0
mess is a thing of the Porter E. T.. u .. .1 C: Jimeii copying minute....... ., /sal
past. Edward 11>4" 120
Manuel 4 0
N' N "SII" ,. .. A A Stewart, accountant' .. . ... ... ... ail 00 Lumber and Building Material
f :Mcintyre: W, II. Pettersou, Tony N .. .1 'I .. 4 4 II 14.al.01." A U Penney, salary county Judge . .. 29 00I
McLoud GusDistrict .. a r ) .L, Uauldun. Salary Pros Atty . ... 3.1 33 .
WHEN politicians throw qualifi N n .. .1"N 4"N 1'10" J f nNwn, j illor . .. .. .. .. . .. .. 8 l No. 8-Melbourne.Conkliiig 4 t 4 lro": ) N ... .. .. ... ...... ..
.1 u.I janitor Soilwaiting Sash Doors. and Brlrk Lime and Nails and UtiiMeis. '
,v cations and fitness to the winds, 4" 11,11u t .. .. on Co Com .... . .. 800 Blinds Cement
what can the people of C. F. Teuipleton, K. B. oo N N .147" ". 1'2)1 s) n M Conkllng ferryman.... .... .. ... 10 00 Hardware, MASUKY'S; HOUNE PAINTS F. W BIRD & SON'S
expect Porter K. A.District. oo .5 "III".II. 4'4" 1204s 1200.N ) It Howler, ..... .. .... .. 1000Titunvllle PAKOIU ROOFING( AND SJEATHIN PAPERS.
.' them ? .. < Livery Co, bunny hire I IMUlelmld
No. 71lalnbnr.Dlstrl.t .11'1. 4" 2)aa ,:: : 'J7.J .: Orders filled promptly. Write Its for estimates.
a. o 5. o, sate & loon Co, vault I for elk ofli 00
None oo .0 u1o2 101 4'4 2x001N t.oo John Henry com as oo treaH .. .. .. .. 7Hl: 9)1 EAST COAST LUMBER AND SUPPLY COMPANY,
' THE: Palace of Education and 11 /n3 A A Stewart, auditor and elk to 00 com.11 00 General Oltice Eat Fla.
45. 14 at Gallic.
I No. Sebastian.: <' 0.N '
1 of .
A > Penney judge inanity cane .,. 3 00
.1 "
Social Economy at the World's Hatch U. )0'. Morrow JamesKitching ( I. ""Bel 1.." 't 4"4" 120tau J211 3N .! l> Brown, sheriff ... 100 Yards at EAU GAT.UE TITUSVILLE, FORT PIERCE and West Palm Bead
Fair is finished and a portion of it Stanley Norris 8. N. .u. 5.0'107 tan .N. 4 4 .N. 141)(5.N 1'oo'a K Kolllna Henrv.coin, pliyiJohn "" "" ............ :a 100 oo ___ h _

1 is occupied by the sculptors as an District No. 0-St. Iiuole. N loll .14 5. 1110.<.IN)) W H Hall coin .. 1 00
I .. .. ..h ll.. .a A A Stewart in uk I nit stat Osceoli Co. .. 3 00
4 J20o'
enlarging shop. Bowman !Spencer: T.I1I1t'T.: '1'. .. N "lb>U 11 4 lro: ) J M (h han. clip brand >. .. ? 1 /00Ml Hodges & O'HaraJ
M. C. Mitchell, Sam John Henry super elk olllce and vault... 10 ,
P Total. .... .. .. ....... .. ...e311aM1A : K W Hall,com eo tax, col ((1UU2). ......... BAB I Iim 18
Hcok.J. F. Miller, Ben 0( .Manufacturers and
J O File, nomplatlnK maps ... . ". ooMi .. Dealersln.| ..
THE lIon. Robt. W. Davis was the Bell. Clms. Mnrtiii W. A. levy of five mills on the taxable Hrhiivltir & lirnnnlnjr., Ins new elks office) /BO)

only candidate for gubernatorial Burn well, Chan. N. Milton( K. A. property of the county will be necesHar;y J I* Brown oonv eo pros to co camp 24 Off CYPRESS AND YELLOW PINE LUMBER
;::: Ut Led
to give the amount needed HAWK Drew Co book* and oik oftlce. 04 K*
honors who did not give a sigh of Bahney Chan. Mattson, C. 1 II. ,, A A Stewart, frtonbunks... .... . .. .. 411
Church, F. W. Miller, W. :J. and we hereby request you to levy the I H.I(< W B f.ew.1 tax bank .. .. ... .. .... 19 7fl
relief when Gen. Bullock announced Win. Mllln' U C. same. (Slorned.) A A Stewart, elk t that he would not enter the race. Collier J. MARION DIXON "olr" .. .. .. .... .. au till1'.ltella.tI Mills and office located at Buffalo bluff, Fla. Write us for prices deliveredto
Carter. .Tamos R. Nelson, Collins Chairman Uo. Bd. 1'ub. .1u,, ructlon. tit; son ache for jail... . .. 10 7A any part of the State. Address} Hodges tit O'Haia, Buflalo Bluff. FU
Carter R. W. Nelson, Chan.Dlrkey .McKay I H.vmm, type rib lor elks. offic.III/

J. H. l'lnknel..Johll It. K. Meats I AAStewnrtrecordiug' deal .. . .. .. I HOMm -- .. -

GENKHAI. Miles says that the future l 1Iorll.,. F. B. Plaits, W.H. Secty. and Co. Sup Pub. I niir ruction. E|. I.viimu lee, pauper** :::::::::::: :::: 1000RfHIHA H (Mlllwnry ,
of the United Stated special Tax School Distilot No.1. .. The Oldest EHUhllfihfld Drain and Heed Hoi me In tilt 8tt
army liarrisIV.It.[ Paine, Geo.Hoige llowman ... .. .... B .11I)
during the next twenty-four J. W. Parker John County of revard, TltuMvlllo. Flu.' 1I1I1\1I'1n. '. .. .... .... M on
yearsis JuneS.l\1)3.() Bentley Cuyler ...-... .. ... .. .. 800
impossible to tell. We will have Johnson, Win sweet, O. W. ,) I.ewlH, *. .. .. .. .. . .. .. A mi s YAL
Jones Wm. Snrith,1). I*. To lion. .Tohn It. Walker, chairman ; and M Flitch, It....... ..... .... in M AfWm.: -a-- :SO"\lr: dz; Co,
t to look up some hustling eomnfan- Lewd H. I.. Swoop "". K. Members Board of County Corns. : A (Otire ........ .... ... 800 .
ders-ln-clilef. !'Iln-11I compliance with Section 12, Hull Talmadue ........ .... .. .. HIM)
Lionel( II. U. Thompson. 1'. Win Anilerfltiii) H ........ .. .. ... 11110Ira.
District- No. 10-Eden. Chap. 4)7i() *, Laws of Florida: the School! .J. C. Johnson ..... . .DUO GRAIN HAY AND GARDEN SEEDS
l rustees of Special Tax School District 1I.aoth..Oollll.., ...... . .. ....1100 ,
IN some place. the employers of Avary, Nathan Richardson, N. No. 1, known as Special Tax School Dis I W L..IIIT .... ........ .... 8 .b>

labor are organizing themselves for Harris, B. C. Reese, KdKsrne riot No. 1, District! hereby submit the, (leo l>enham,hued Fund" Di.,No. I.... .. .. 1000 Flour Grits Meal and Fertilizer

the of the in. Guy Richardson, 1C.. following Itemized estimate of school LOrltllM. ao otintraut.. .. .... .. .. .... 1.1 oil ,
purpose resisting Me'Oarley, Dan Smith Jas. M. funds necessary to be levied utt a special .1 A Taylor, ao .. .... .... .... .. .. 2A oo eTw75MI 112 JACKSONVILLE FLA.
t creasing demands of the labor un- PnAHke. A. I'. :N. Thompson A. A. tax for the school Road Fund Dl.. No. :3. EastBay Street, ,
i year beginning July .11\1..1..1.. wnr on roail............... .. 10 Ml
ions. If this thing keeps on growing 1'ow.1. 1). Thonijwon. R. tat, ltlt( : pro-rated to schools for purposes <. 11 Priiviwt. road work .. ........ .. .... 3900 ARts. for Purina Feed. Warehouses on tracks of S. A. L. K'y. and Plant Syateo

there will be "a hot time in Randolph, "'11I. AWstllehlWalterRegister spucltlod as follows: Win WlufDld. shell for road..... .. ... :20 IMI
AA K I. l>l ion. road l work
the old town." T. E. Watson, Chas Special Tax. School. Dlntrlot'.. Xo.- I. HIILaltorhe :.:: ::::::::: ::::: ::: 41 087 uo -
Reed, D. J.District. HalarlHM reahora.s.huot llfiml Fund 1 Ills No.3.-

l No. 11-Fort Drum. ;' No. 111oa IH> HuniHil No. :t *K7A/ ondo weRoesch, roadwork. .. .. .... .... ... 849!
do( 9-17 15<' ilo tlo ri loA oo Hiram I'latt) ...... .... .. .. ... :87.1 P. Rulilman c& CO.
A number of great railway com Bailey, J, E. B. Hani.( :Sam Iii. llil. 10 12<> 00 do. do 24 70 ooH K A M Stewart '' .. ..... .. .. .. 4 /no
t panies are installing the telephone ('handler, A. I.. Homerlck. AVJ.. do. lo lolilo > oo do. d. o4 an no John Taylor, .* ........ .. ..... 1373
do loA :Xo oo do lo lull :k.NtIneillentalx
.. ..
H Kneiliiker' .. .. ....... t a mi
a to supercede the telegraph line, Cole, A. H. Smith J. :N. 1 74 .8H Tllm.fl. ........ .. .... ... 3IW/ :lIB Washington St l NEW YOnK.I:1 .
lamlltou, AV. A. Hlltned.f.. N. (..thainloln O. F. tIIren.Oe.a. E. Iwun" Hurt .. .. .... .. ...... 1H 75HP '. : Murray Street j N. Y.
and it is said they prove very satis I Chester.'rntm.e.Spe0lul'Viz. .ra4rle, S,11a11' a ........ ........ :/'J II"
factory. There in some talk of District No. U- nrrows. | School DUrrlrt. No. :3.Halurlea ford. .. .. .... .. ..' -Moa
None of 9'ea0hers.BrhN)1 .1 >l Ifei.lHiw .. ...... .... . 211) no
placing a telephone line all along! .,Cn. 4 *7 I.N> IHI SclKHil :-ro.I'J: $ tto I no clianilifri. .. ............ .. 111M
flu h.I/ 25.1 'H' fill .1. U: :'.NI fMIHu '
District No. Ill: -Gforglann.Chambers Mwo .lolniHtiti *f ... .
the East: Coast, from Jacksonvilleto PrliniuuvU llcl. do 1.1 7. 00 tilllift :llfltlfl OfUo ,. Win, Kroihen., ...... .......... .. :25 n. as'on Florida Pineapples
Archie Gordon. lit do III :tJ.ln: nn Xttilo milo SII..wlloy. "

Miami.------.---- I) W. P. Sweet, Archie ill doilii... do at.Inll:101: $ lot Ok, a IN,, do at.,. alt I 81 4.1do loA Of14o ot It F O A Conkllnir' .', inKiettlnn| or road......... 3350 II 30))
C Lllinher tf ""
Footman Nero 1'I/ U4
: do 2I tin do
IN loj otHO '
THE Glorious Fourth is over and District! No. 14-Merrltt. do 0111 lea. 110. 'H' h. flit Ion o.d0 .I'r nosh, hll'l'; !r.Hfo. iiI"SO:4; .."'" '' 2300 OUR : :J?'] CI .x4r.r.:

the poor Britishers who fought one Bur lItulI, to'. I.ewU Joe ........-..,..do. .. .1.:1. : ...70.. 0. .xan In.'loIun""h..66.., 78Hlirnetl HNJune.Jrsiai* .l,iIesfarcony.. .. .. ..... W) an
w iawdy, ran work .
against the other-George Washington Bcnggs, Jacob I'IwPl'nI'Y.lltpr a..:. ,Hall W. TruotoeH.I.. Iinghlett, (I. F. .ldIHOII, ;> & :.Nlldillvton, lumber i'j.: ';.mI,... lil HI: A4 42iiioiir AVe represent several of the largest shippers In your State, and wish to rcpleeeD'

Green, Allen 'l'hOllllhl.hI. C.Hodge Murray Tax V W Carlton, roadwork etc .. .. ..... 37 M
Included-are still resting Thos. Walton Azra H|>eolal ttaliirlmi' M"h.III'.trlet of Tearhur' u. 3. J K 1 levatt.np roronv (IIIIIP) .. .. .. .. 41100Ko <. you also. Give us a trial shipment. Established! 30 years.
in their .. peacefully graves. It wan Jackson .:. 1'. AA'alton, A. L. D. Jr School No.. H *utf: > .oo tlch'H.110., 7 ( Ho ootlti l' Cobb nifliM, for road .... ....... 17 23 -
a family affair and was eventually fttv 3A rto., MI tlo tlt> 41 I'ooo n I K Ituttou. vlewlnic made ... .... .. .. .. :3 I'll'
District No. Canaveral, do ilo 4.1 It
on do do 4il 1 jo oono .
III K Austin < . .... .
:2 oo
settled to the satisfaction of nearly Frank do lot 8000 liirldentals .... tI3 3.l r.. J Trayuor, .,. .".. ,,.. ...., .. ESTABLISHED 1870.
Kht-rwelu Casper Klein Total... ............. .. :2 oo
(111.1 33 I .', ..
.1 E .
,1' .. ..
all Britishers roadwork .. .... ... ADO
except King George. John linen, A. I'IllIInlUIlIOV.. O. MlKluid.H. I..k.lopi, W.H. WltfrlldI .:. 'olni' Trai nor, .. .. .... .. ... 4J 7B
Ouldbrnndsen, OodberryDistrict Auntin Tru tem.Hpeolal Tax, Hchool .1 1 H Merrywoather ..... .. .. .. :13: 60)
District No .
TIIRKE in No. ltt-itaill lover. ,4.Nalerlej JHtampdroll&Son.I luobnt.(: .. .. :jfl in Lane & Son
undoubtedly stride oC Tuarhere.ttUh ECIauah.r.FSup: Co .... : :.:: 2304IIeoIa1 .
NI No.9. 7<> ) School
\ lit .No. 14 Go IM .
Koatl fund ..
latitude None No.J. ,
given to in the
lawyers .
do fltt 1.1 lUti:, 00 do do. IS tto oodo E W Hall ono on tux .... .. .... ... .. /At 40
treatment of witnesses and juries District No. 18-Ankona.: ilo III li<> Ill) tlo tin 2.1: "o 00 W F I. Kooh.., roadwork . 1721
tlti tI.n! 110. ot) d'"olll: Ho otdtl > N RI ,: : : ::::::
in criminal '' "'. 'V.District. ilo 31f *. ilo Fleh. W M 250 WASHINGTON STREET NEW YORK.
especially cases, and 'Walker IMI do 411 Ho 00dfl Co treaa. for gen fund Int on Mar.......... 3J 74 ,
ilo 11 Ho tit
while referring to this the No. 10-Mieco. Oft ) tltl M to 410tlo Special' | KI Fund 1)1(*. No. B.u .
matter ito 107 7<> oo New 3D 2o> oo .. W Hall, .. ...... ... .
I I IncldonuUa: fl 3o Total 1141: \ mini on tax ... fW 70
II. Syracuse Herald says : "This ran. Crow, James Nelson, O, AV.Nurkols Signed r. St. lluditou f.U. I'opiiell.s.> ILL. Co tress for ireu fiinu' Int on !Mar . UB 16 Southern Fruit and Produce
:J. E. Fine and Forfeiture Fund.
dom II. F. Ralney, Parker
t! tongue lashing of witnesses in > "'..lI I II. A L A Atewart,erlm pmscoct. .. .. .. ... 314
.' a court room Is no new thing, of Nelson (.tl'r On motion the mllla o for the yearn .1 1'Itrow", .. .... .... ...... *7 7A
l' District No. ao-Banyan. >0t: was fixed a follows: com Ones"" ,. ..... .. .. too
course. From time Immemorial o A Front, ronv f.*e .. .... .. 10 00 Commissiori:: : : : ts.
have Alrth .1. O. Provost, E. AA'. STATE TASK" Feeding Prlnonert Fuotl. erohac.: .
lawyers stood in
front of op Booth, R. J. Porter I':. I.. General revenue!, Ii mills J Brown feeitlnit prisoner..... ....... 70 M
posing witnesses with threatening Harper T. Itagan. J. I:'. State school I Hoard adjourned to meet tint Mon. FLORIDA

gestures and uttering insulting Harper, Robt. Sanders, A. T.l.ee 1'euslons. :J ly. in August, 1IKXI! at 8tO: :; a. m. PINEAPPLES OUR SPECIALTY.

questions and remarks designed to 0, D. 'Warner Oeo. "". .
-- - -
Martin J. N. Warner Goo. 8. -- -- --- ----------- Stencils Cards and
confuse their victims and thereby our quotations furnished on application.
District No. 21 White City. IF YOU WANT"A.
1k discredit them in the eyes of the : .. ---- .- -- -
' And in the Peterson Pet..rOl..trlct
, Jury. summing-up

these same attorneys usually have J. U. No. 22 King-AA'oodley.Aklns Geo. 'V.I Lot Mason M. Clark

appeared merely to be trying to I Bennett Solomon J.eatllt'rmon.T.: R. .. ,

outdo each other in the amount of Broughton. It. A. AVels, H. ,

I vituperation and abuse which Brown, 8.COUNTY.

; Des could eB.heap There upon are the bad helpless witnesses wit. COMMISSIONERS.Continued LAND FOR AN ORANGE GROVE, Fruit and Produce Commission Merchant.

of course but lawyers in their de. PINEAPPLE PLANTATION or TRUCK GARDEN,
AV* probably have for sale Just what; you are seeking. SPECIALTIES
sire win 8th :
to a case, too often cast ( from page.)

aspersions on the character of men rnrrbiwe of text book.. charts .to. ... 4rtO CO Settlers are docking in but still there U room. If you ar

Construction of school h.."...*..... .. .. amp IMlatenMtou looking this way drop a line to Extra Early Beans and
S and women, who, unused to a courtroom warimuM.... ... ... .. .'.moonR Vegetables.
be trying their best to "l...lr of Mhnol hoiuee. .. .. ... .. ... .. BiW m JAS. E. INGRAHAM 3rd Vlce-President!
may Hillary. or clerk ................. ... .... aaa 00 Florida
observe their oath and to tell the Incidental expen.sofschools. ... ... Ijno: 00 FLORIDA Oranges and Grapefruit.
truth und but the ] Furniture for "lu'luxil". ._. .. ,.. ._.., Boo no EAST COAST R'Y,
nothing let diem and mileage of school: kmrU. too W ST. AUGUSTINE
FLA. 110 Murray Street and ICO Welt Street NEAT TORS"I" -
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EAST/ COAST ADVOCATE, JULY J 10, 1903. 5 t :

Melbourne. '

loarding.i 1VI..A. :BFfC: >S.

Tbe Fourth was duly honored by this _

community many going to the celebra :Subscriptions for the ADVOCATK

i west Paul Beach.Llile tion at West Palm Beach. Some very the pink paper of the East Coast) will be WHOLESALE. GROCERS

| pretty fireworks wore noticed at the residence received at the Melbourne Postoffice.OOODK .
people who wish a Pleasant of Henry Andrews In the evening.

riro ,, while In West; Palm A cOODE.-ReaI Estate!: and Loans.
''tI 1'' n Mrs.! George Saeger entertained at the Fruit and Produce Jobbers.t
COTTAGE for jt tna, London and Liverpool 1 and
,,1:11, find MIN-AKET: clubhouse, Friday afternoon In honorof Labe, Providence WaahlnKtnn, and: Sun Fire

hive stieet, between Evernla and the Fourth with lUnch and other Inniirance. Special attention paid to theInterests
Nice clean games. Two very pretty prizes were or non residents. .
such a place. .._ Corner and Julia Sts. JACKSONVILLE FLA.
Bay ,
jllst won by Mrs. J. T. Waters and Miss Gertrude -.---- ,
comfortable DR I.. '
furnished ; A. PKBK-rHYSiriAW' AKIIRpntilence 81'1tIHCIt'r.

e.gOOi neatly I\ uliowom food; VERY served England In the ball A room fine later collation, and was another Friday, I\hlhourn.afternoon Kail Oalllu, Tuemlayand LOOK TO TOUR EYES. WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF HAY GRAIN AND FEED.

are the recommend charming entertainment was addedto K suffering from any eye defects or weak ,

l Iniih,rate prices a limited. number of room- the long club-houao list. F..1, Webb, of Tltusvllle was In town sight; Institute.call at my new Special well-appointed complete louse optical PURINA FEED OUR SPECIALTY.

L accommodated. Table board Harry Jennings took a party consistingof last Saturday. grinding outfit in connection. In
be Scott Potatoes, Seed Peanuts and Cow Peas IIl'a"011.L'e .
Mr. and )lr". W. II. Harris, Mr. and Jno. A. Iloke left, for Orlando, the Iu. E. H.
salty Mrs. Luce and Miss England on his trim first of the week. ARMSTRONG solicit consignments of Fruits and Vegetable

)1BS. FRANK DARLING, launch to the filberts Bar Yacht Clubhouse Messrs. It.iggett and Strickland were 11 Laura St. Jacksonville Fla.: ____-____ _______ ___ ___ ____ ____ __ ___u_ _______ __ ______ ___ _____u__u___
to the celebration .
Palm Beach Fla. of the Fourth I
West in towu last Sunday. ,
there, and a very pleasant day was passed -
= == everything being provided by Yacht leIlRrs. JIbb and R. P. Paddlson of Rockledge. Georgiana.Miss .

Club members for the pleasure of their Fort Pierce, came up on the 4th to play TIRE.D AND .\

est Palm Beach. guests. In returning;, many stopped at ball with the Ran Gallie boys. Mary\ Allen, of Duytona, IK visiting '* WORN OUT.

,Jensen which for supper U aud a little informal We failed to note last week the departure A. H. Moore was over from Merritt on her grandmother, Mrs. Mary; MUD.
dance said
: to have been one of
of Miss Emma McFarland she has Tuesday. son for a few weeks
LAV. II. llatcliett aud May Lue left the most jolly of the season ,

lilTerent,. pulPtllln!' (}olOrpla.; tu be ah. gone north to visit relatives In Ohio. Oeo. Glngrasf went to Palm Beach to'' A. K. Carter went up to Tltusvllle, /
Wo leaiu from New that thereIs
Iieveial week* York : Mr. and Mrs O. F. Paddlson and lit celebrate the 4th. Sunday so as to be there early Monday.

| Wliittnmn and bill friend S. AJiicB' ft 1 great tlieo Interest. ."retry among to li.ivotho: the itiilomoblllstgof races, tle May of Eau Unllie, were the guestsof ; A. W. Hardoe and family celebrated to meet the School: Board. I

;) .loft fur Philadelphia, on theio ,to he held next Match at I>"ytonj .a na- })r. and Mrs. Leon Peek, last :Saturday :: the 4th at W. I' Beach Mrs. A. L. Bruuer and daughter, Mis .

l lemaiii until November.I 'tional pvent. of much ImjMntune". Are evening.The J. 1. Sevinaou sprayed the C. W. Blaks- Both spent a pleasant day with Auntie I/ *t

r s Hancy I Is still\ In our midst |>iBHiMilnrlve. of the An'oMiolillr, Clubof post office, stores and some pri- lee grove beyond the railroad.On Hughes and Mrs. Hall lost Friday ," \
merles U abio.xd now '" 'ti lend the vate dwellings were prettily decoratedfor
h )
Lime visitor in nil Mr. !Munsou lost a fine young cow las
I ebesiwit .. her diiTeii'iit meets taking I place dmlngtbe, ,/ the 4th which added greatly to the Tuesday J. J. Dymhok sprayedthe
tof, .' and I Thursday.; It died very suddenly. They
under his
: 111 Europe an,1111 of the orange; grove cnrty '
Hummer to town.It
try gotHS
the C. T. U. appearance
exponent of W. could not find any cause fur her death. .
Biilent, many ns |I''hlhl"|| | to t.rfntf ovci their G. S. Hardoe and members of his family
Is with that Need
\ s Burnliam enteitnined In a fast riming machines, mid quite u num- regret our people celebrated to 4th at Tltusvllle. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Nelson came up| Women ::
learned of tbe of Hotel ;
martial: may the attern..on of the ber of norihorn, 11.011 have alt,eady joined burning Grenada from Miami, Thuritdiiv, for a visit with ,
Lib M rIO, W K. M"se5, Mr and Mrs the Automobile Club of FloiId.-i'located: at Eau Gallie and sympathize with Mrs. The launch Cora took a number 01! Mrs. Nelitou's parents, Mr. and !Mrs. Pago !
Gleason in her loss. a constant supply of blood-making material -
severe to Titusvill the -Ith.
and babies passengers on
l Dean
Mrs. Joel !at Jacksonville no ta have first Interest
In .gesUM, as a and Win break down.
J. W. Bruner daughter; Miss or their systems will
I and Miss Anthony and their In Clue atfalr". What It would be Mrs. S. Kltchtng and the Misses Amy
Mrs Mr. and Mrs. C. W. AVillinRford; and nle, went to Tltiisvlllo Saturday, to col The complicated female organism l.
|t8, Including; Mrs. and Miss Clow. for our State If there were good roadsIts and Florida Kltching, of Sebastian, also Master Haymond spent the 4th at Titus. ebrato the Fourth. They returned will so delicately adjusted aa to be enslly \

regret to state that word was red entire length; HO these visitors from Mr.! and Mrs. Scbroder and two children, vllle. T Mr. Carter In his launch Monday.Mr. thrown out of bultiucc. AH a result t
u all over the world could nee Its many of Stuart were guests of the McBride
here of the! severe, if not critical The steamer Lillian C. carried a large lose health anil strength are byUV'fS
b"utlfllillpot and become Interested intheir house on the 4th. Page had the misfortune to
left here
who illwiwcK. alotherlKHnl fiimlly.
pot Mrs. R. B. Moore number of people! to Titusville on the his tine horse with Mind on
development The call for good staggers;
T, weeks ago for Cleveland, O. Mrs. roads Mr. and Mrs. 8. Fields and sons, Bart Fourth.J. of last week. It was a society all levy micli drains upon her
la becoming to Wednesday quite
of Mrs. imperative every that most break muter
> Hendrlckson daughter: and John, of Indianola also Mr. and strength women
citizen of Florida: D. Ennia has moved Into the Mer- loss as It was the bent horse In our town. demand
'f01' her mother'sBide. the tension. The
Ire;, left, July 4tb. Mrs. M. S. Jones jr., and little Minor nervous
of Quay, were the guest of our popular win cottage on the river bank, just bo LePoru and Willie Barnett are having upon her nervous strength are much 1

I,.A. P. Anthony children andjmaid, NO FALSE CLAIMS -The proprietorsof station agent and wife, the past week. low II. S.: Williams' place. "good luck llshing. Thoy caught live oavallo greater than\ ulnillar demands of tbaopiiowlte t
Foley's Honey and Tar do not advertise before breakfast. Theyare BCX. Hence she must be wp-
for a two months' visit atlild : Mr. and Mrs C. II. Illbbs and daughter Monday
yesterday beautiful and
The 4th day
home in Washington, Georgia. it as a "sure cure for consumption. was a Miss Vera, and Master Charley such "generous boys that they /gave p led in greater Hi<>OMiira with the element
has been They do not claim It will cure this dread about two hundred "out of town" people Illbbs celebrated their neighbors plenty of fish. -Iron-that KI strength. The
who a guest the 4th at Tltusvllle.
I Mae/: Fourcen to celebrate. The
complaint In advanced cases, but do positively came help us program reussnl women feet tired and\ worn out
ac- assert that It will cure in the earlier was carried out aa advertised with The Sunday school at the chapel at 10 Uncle ITiighle anti Miss Eva Owen eelebratod and t>uir T front hl'allache1 pains In the

) has made stages; and never falls to give; comfort the exception of the races for the children o'clock, and the Sunday summer serviceat I their birthdays on the 4th In a hack and linttm, etc., la bcciiutte they
By friends the young lady and relief In the worst cases. Foiey's who did not wish to take part In 11 a. m., Mr. A. It. Moore led last I ISundl very pleasant and appropriate way In have used up their supply of Iron.

In l her' stay here. We wish them aIj Honey and Tar Is without doubt the them. The ball game was won by the Y's service. Mr. Wilson In appointed accordance. with tlnioand circumstances Menstruation trouble la largely caused

time aDd a speedy return. greatest; throat and lung remedy. Refuse Kan Calllo boys, score 13 to 10. Mr. to conduct the! service! next Sundayat Both received <|tillo n number of piett; by luck of Iron.

lisa Lell.i, Anthony entertained! most substitutes. Sold by B. R. Wilson Son. John Nicholson met with a painful 11 o'clock. and useful presents.C. .

Ihtfully last Friday the Lees FeesIWullle though not serious accident during the I). Provost our Hohool supervisorwent .
swift ball struck his hand and (Jeo. :X. Hatch has carpenters. at work Dr. Harter'sIron
and the Auxllllary Shakes. game a the School
to Tltiisvilla to meet :
In addition his
If Club, In honor of Mrs. John U.Ike White City.Mrs. split two fingers open. The music on store-room.engaged electing This will an him about to Board, and to make the best arrangements .
and Mrs. C. S. Ilan- the picnic grounds, by the Bodes Band give
of Daytona, one-third addltioualllpalJe. The room IsKlx.'lSft. for our school, aa the majority of Tonic.
at the Anthony asstxted by Mr. Newoome, was appreciated .
who send their small
were guests the parent.. will not
: and Is extended north from
V reading of one act, Arnold Is spending a month at by all. Mr. Branch made a few remarks ,
I! A general the north end of his main children to Cocoa to school In launch,
J Ton Like It," was much enjoyed, her former home near Klssirameo.Mr. which was followed by the readIng building. as had been talked of. supplies this element. It enriches the ( ,
Iwedby bits of humor wit and re- of the Declaration of Independence ,
blood and restores what strain UAM
and Mrs. J. Dedrich are the happy
lee. Refreshments delicious and re- and an address by Rev. J. li. Hawk When other medicines have failed tllkeFoley's
parents of a 12 pound girl which arrived TWO BOTTLES CURED HIM.- "I used up.
which well The dinnerwas Cure. Ithascured when
Iilng, were daintily served, and aft was Kidney for AuKUito, Ark., May 10, 1WH.
morning.Our was troubled with kidney complaint
Sunday by no means the least pleasure of everything else has disappointed. Hold
clmrmmg two hour galloped away, "After having- sold Dr. llurtrr's remedies .
ill were reluctant to say au revoir. much respected citizen, E, J. Tray. the day; It was well served and we haveno by-B. R. Wilson A Son, Titusvllle. about two years, writes A. II. DAvis, of I for Uilrtyyukr I can oU...rfully r.nnmm'nlll
nor left Saturday for his old home In reason to believe any one went away Mt. Sterling, la., "but two bottles of Fo- D' tlivni. 1 might add that I
close of the season for the Ladies'ling ley's Kidney Cure effected a permanent ,;, heidinsperhtltavnrlr.HarIter's. -
New Jersey. lie will be gone about two hungry. The tire works though; not Iron Tonto and wouldraeommeiKl
Club was accentuated by a de- months. numerous, were pietty and added to the Cocoa.The u permanant cure. Wilson Sun It as the vary

iful evening at the home of Mrs. C. evening's; enjoyment. The ball com bed preparation of Iron I .m acquainted
number of people went to with. 1'D w.alr, wflrn-o,,,'
hilllngworth, Thursday July 2nd. Quite a our hundred
menced at 8 :3<>, over a people ..
with rv-
i member had the privilege to Invitew West Palm Beach to spend the Fourth being present; "Home Sweet Home" Presiding Elder, owing to Illness, Indianola.The oo.nnm women.and poor tuna'digestion' troubled, and pale,n thin

that the members and their friends and their extra cash. They report a was finished before the midnight hour was not bore to hold quarterly mooting/ blood 1 btitlava It to be a panacea

: about twenty In number. Flinch good time. when everyone wended their way home- but will be here at an early day for the "J. I H. WILItEIUIO", rllll(1l1t.."
AUVOOATK'A circulation Is rapidly
tbe popuUr game of the evening. Some of people had a grand time ward well pleased with the day'! amusement purpose. ,. ...,
,'ions refreshments were served and I our Increasing In this suction. (II,tit ... .. tsit ikv lMtl eiil l Is| ..>
Saturday afternoon at the home of our The stay-at-home population of Cocoa
mentation' speech was made, ward- luncheon Fred Bergman and wife made a business -- ---
genial postmaster and a delicious was reduced to a small, contingent on the
be prize pin to Miss Leila Anthony, BRONCHITIS: .FOR 20 YEARS.-Mrs. trip to Cocoa on Tuesday
which is always on the program 4th. Almost everybody was away at TI- HltKVAHl COUNTY: TltKASl'ltKllftNTATKMKNT.
tlio In bowling. of Danville III. writes:
nuking highest sore Minerva Smith .
ladles Intend to renew the club in when they gather there. "I bad bronchitis for twenty years and tuavllle or W. Beach on tbe Ith./ It J. R. Mlot has been In Tllusvllle this {

.arly fall.: Another meeting will be held Saturdayevening never got; relief until I used Foiey's Honey Is en Hi or to name those that remained nt ..e..k. unending the monthly meeting of July ht. IINifl.lluliinc : f,
home than those that wont .
,it (Glorious fourth was a howling to determine the site for our and Tar which Is a snrecnre" Sold away. lirevard County Commissioners. (hush' mi Imnil,June let 11HUI... .'IR,,4'20 411' I I, ,

row, Many visitors bicycle races, In- new school building. It seem quite by B. R. Wilson\: Son, Tltusvlllo. The entertainment last week, which J. M. Field Bartram Field l. A. S. Amount rvuelvail. in June its)... ., ..., alM) itv

sing( sl.eeches| and an Intensely in- evident that we are to have a buildingvery funds ------- ----- Wait such a pronounced success nettod Hiimplirys and one or two others ve Total ... .. .... .... ... ., .. ....J 1,4110 71V
tine game of batio ball on the East soon, for the committee on $40.21)+ ( for the cemetery fund. Till wasa b.ion shipping, pineapple this w ek. less warrants. |ialil In Juno HHKI.):! i
wore the principal features of the have made good progress In the way of Eau Gallie.The worthy Object, arid the piutlclpnnts,, sod delivered. til County: rfiinnilai: ii>n*
sipuri. The Battle of Manila, re- soliciting. This is something that Is the entertainment -throning all their Little Charlie Hoed was III for a few or. aril Hahmil. Huanl.. .. .... .,.. e,1e0 (MKalnnce

'!'jcetl much needed as the old building Is a spirit and energy Into It-deserve the days last wl'ek. being thiealeuud with '
Lake Worth lu the evening
on on hnnilJiily, IIHI3 ..,1 10,271 7IIALAMCK -
very' successfully carried out andawry disgrace to tbe village. Fourth was quietly celebrated by thanks of all for their work. The Jarlny bilious fever. lie seems nearly- well

pleiiHiug, pyiotechnical display. Ole Oleson who arrived a week ago our citizens. No accidents waxworks wag excellent; the cnkn-walk ngaln. AlmV IS IIBLI AS rOLLOWSIiHMltail t

'wore no accidents to mar the pleaa- with his family to make this his future Robert Munsell reported as not being was a grand success and the Old Maids' There seems to be n summer influenza '''' III llr, rnrcl. County vitas tI1urkaw t
order Alto-! since his arrival In Convention oat/ delight of all. around Ibis nelghlioihood |wr I iwhinr''. "iiTtltlPMte, .tUuli -
',am good prevailed. home, has already began work In eal'nes'l well Germany. going accompanied ..il to monthly r"ii
>er, West Palm Beach can surely feel having bad his squab house Eau: Gallie was victorious In the baseball The cemetery authorities who have with a slight sore' throat. Sever lunar.. .. .. ... 111,271 TBALAMOKS I ;

they gave the welcome guests a very Is making arrangements for the erectionof match at Melbourne, on the Fourth. the matter In charge, have the grounds neighbors; have been suffering with It. IIKLONOINa TO KAI'll ftlKD A* WL 1 ; I I
rtainiug holiday. Quite novel end- his dwelling. Mr. Oleson Intends to cleaned and mirtltf) ffriihhml. anti MvttMj.fc On three bountiful LOWS. I, '/ '

,'Ithe( afternoon was the dispensing enter Into the poultry and pigeon business Mr. and Mrs. C. J. F. Campbell were byII; -13th: l' to--rla-v-e-thie; ; place- blossom Tuesday opened evening on a night blooming County.. hood Kaynniin, situ. Ueiierul HrlilKa VnnU Fund. ..... .... |I,111a:I,4 1 <'IH 24 WtHullillnir t I

carload of watermelons to all whored on a large scale, and we wish him calling upon friends In Ean Gallio last and well put down, so that water can be curias In A. S. Humphry's yard. What, / KIIIK! .. ... II OH 1"
l a melon feast. success In his undertaking. Mr. Olesonwas Monday.Mr. obtained for the watering/ shrubs or a pity that anything HO magnificent Klnamiil: Korfnltiir: )'lIi"I.: ..: J.CH.I 4H: r l'
.. .
one of the first residents of White and Mrs T. J. Shaves spent the plants that may be planted on the should be so .short lived. |.MI. Itiiail Feedtngl'rl."marsFund. lOnnil, New Hint. No. t .. .... too 4'l" 54 5WH : I Ia
. R lIass. of Morgantown, Ind., bad! City, but has been in Chicago for several Fourth In Tltusvllle, returning by the property. The funds for the shelling of .. .. a.. /IKH V3 ,
Not for 'eRra-1f ever before, have so u '. ,. :ItM 16 -
Is H
ctnptunor twelve times In the night years. midnight train. the road mostly In hand and when .?.
ball this Is done who many of our people been away at one u u ".. .. .u e 4.:1,7110, T'
a Severn backache and pairs In has everyone owns lots u "II. .. 74 .IMrro
house heist Flv-by-Xlir.hr.
kidneys Was cured by Folev's Kid! Folev's Kidney Cure purifies the blood The aid can. If they so desire, plant roses, shrubs time MS last week, fur the 4th. Tltus |""rty of IMMWiuml I'unMUiii Fund .... I no ,
'UI'I', Mold by 13. It. Wilson & Son. by straining out Impurities and tones the b *eii chartered by W. B. Cross to In or grass on their lots, und feel that vllle, Melbourne,' Palm HencU and Oceanus ('lIlIntylt"h'ltl-lhfh".t Fund. .....2nMST/ F

whole system. Cures kidney and bladder his fish business. that which they do will not bo destroyed : each olfuilng. 'ittfactions; and all Hi|"".larrax H !"N.t Ut.4.'l, r:....!... iiA aD
!) l.iimi
trouble Hold by B. R. Wilson &t>on. Messrs.. I'orson l',,ddison\ and Will Ty- by tor4f' as has been Ihe CliMe lieretofoie. wink -. HS laul side|I| and 1 rust and lucienI 0I ,. u II .. 444 All '

Eden. lander plated on E"uIIIII's: b Heb.ill Those who have graves of loved ones I Ion piMVlilml for Iwo ...

team on the Fourth. should see that the graves are kept In -- ---- Total.. .. .. ....... .. ...... .. .: .'"1:11': 73 ''r

Fort Pierce. good onier. Sound kidneys are safeguards of life JOHN Hunitv rnnntr Trcamirer.
Granada burned "+(
Hotel on.
'"IB Brown The wa
was pleasant visitor to flake ulie kldueyn livillthy with Folny'sKidney
---- -y-- -
Place ,"n Wednesday. day last; the wall only are standing. ()UI". Sold hy \Vilsnn A Sort ONWARD AND UPWARD.

I. LeToiiroeaii returned on Mon- Quite' a number of our citizens spent Most of the furniture was saved. St. Lucie. -- ------ 3
the 4th Palm Beach. B. F. Brown of -
(from ac Archdeacon Tltusvllle
a visit
to his cousins at Stuartr. '
Junor abd Hays have commenced hard will bold services In St. John's church South Rockledge. [ 1t'rillrsei; tint .l ,/. O Williams of Jacksonville :Sunday next at 7 m. Mrs. Frank Mtormen Is enjoying a visit '
oiling the KpiDCopal church.Mr. and l with Rod u. our Kiililn, .
'JU the Fourth to visit her from her who lives Kurt Drum. glory:::; i .
parents sister at ai sr chang to with I truth I UN s l rl ' week Hamor of Ankona was a pleasant 1:. Spiller Is still working on the bak- K.: M, lirueito has purchased a line now Mounding the "pruliHi' or mir ,.....1 who In Kliij' "
w Florence visitor to town on Wednesday.P. ery. The new paint Is a marked improvement We are having a great many shnwurs lies ,B.Momjultoiis. AugcU. r.... Robinson spent several to Mr, /tH. Glair's building In this followed hot
: vicinity by suns
' hot inward and upward, with hearts filed with love,
week at Went Palm Beach, as P. Cobb left Sunday for a week'svisit : and plenty of mosquttou are making It lively for us $nilliiir' a MlKnal to Hvsvrr.1.,,.,
'UMtof Mrs Fred W. Cook. at. his former home In Cazenovla, The citrus fruit trees on Mrs. Treut this wuek.Hnbscilliors. WaluhliiK sod: w.ltli>K tat bight, rosy morn, '.
r ler's home place on the Eau Gallie river, We learn Mrs. John Wtormitn think Weltsnning, gladly that sweet gulden. ilawn.nwaril .
' 'iireton, the father of our popular N. Y.1r. are looking; well since tbe recent rains. she ha fully regained her health by the : for the A VoCATK continue and ifartth. for '.t
nant, upward wa a llnht
here Otis Cure ton, has been visit \ and Mrs. Mllller and family andore. use of Chief Rolling Bear' Indian medi to come In. HhliilnK In hrlghLr.eew U..., earth dreary night.
. for Ii week and will probably W.; Richards and family of Eden J. E. M. Hodgson and tbe Misses Florence cine. .Hilling im on lofiiHl'v Klnuiloni or love, .
here. the 4th. and Bessie Hodgson spent the 4th Our !genial (postmaster, J. L. Wilson, 1.taillnic tit niMimluiiit, luiwt liuly alMiva.inwaril .
r. came here to spend at Tltusvllle. All report a most enjoy- Mr A. A. Ford and children, we are wits here on business, Monday
and l Mrs, Samuel Wlllman have .n'IIII..r'l. onr.....ii lnrd we bear, +
1 making a farewell round of The ADVOCATE seems to be gaining able time. pleased to learn have returned aftttr W. J. Xitylor took a trip to Caucus. on (llailly r"I..III'totr) ,In nanu 1 and In |iray r, d f.
visits friends all through this section and Its an enjoyable visit friends In Vol.u.l.ooun'Y. ('.UI"I!' tii.l..iia who alt on the throne .
expect to leave for Menominee Mich. and Mrs. Hodgson, Mr. and Mrs. among /Saturday: lestdente it tramp for it man .
' is anxiously looked for every Mr. I'tea4' iiK In iiiarejr to w"'lu ina ll* home.Inward
''Monday. appearance Ty lander, Mr. and Mrs. l'. ddion and of Ills ager. and u"d l through sorrow wait riiit, i it. t .

'Ii!'?excellent prices which pines have week. many others spent tbe Fourth at Mel Gasoline thieves. ave been operating Miss Cornelia Magruder leaves, this '.trliir( through ilNrknnia. ror ItrtirhtnvMiagaiii,

Wnglng, lately Have puffed us up II. B. Paxton of Sebastian: was hereon bourne. All report an enjoyable time. In St. I.ncle River one party having lost week for II month's stay at Oak Hill W.I'hll'lf. the rl ,".1. gather thli-kly/ aho*.. 'J
lrinkurg| free fountain of Ood'a purees love' ,
ptuie.I We are certainly going to Tuesday to attend the Woodman'smeeting limit of Eau Gallie have rc) gallons in one night./ They will be with her brother II. J. Magruder. t
the> "'b lit head" after all. It a / of which he is the efficient The town given a dose of lead l If they are caught. inward and upward ... pass from the 1(1'1&"". .
tool< been reduced by excluding a portion on A. 1C. Moore, wife and daughter, ofMerritt. FlnthogSweet re.tInthehum.thathurt gmit. ",
tend thing tlii year to have a few clerk. each of the south west and north ends. Bear hunting on the beach I III one of were visiting Mr. and Airs. Salmon .,...UIIIC mir Hj.vl Price ':rates of late pines. Our aver- The 4th of July passed off quietly at Concentration I la the key note It appears. the chief attractions at prenont. Several and Mr. and Mrs. Johnson on last (
.. per crate will do to tell. this place. The stores! all closed bra parties have been to the beach especially Haturday. ('. RiiMiwAr ELLI j
Hew York City,June' Itt, IOOJ. I
':' Fourth of July was celebrated bj half day. In the evening a nice dieplsyof No Pity Shown. For bruin. A number of bear have beenseen __ ,J
.'"/3n' in various We sent fireworks was witnessed by a numberof sometime two at a time; but they We notice that M. Frey makes weekly I.
_ a
\ way. the hotel "For fate wa after me continu trips down to tbe Travis grove, to !see
legation to West Palm Beach, people; followed by a ball at years are reported M being very cowardly, CARD OF THANKS.
bono write F. A. Gulledgo Verbena bow everything Is getting along and
Furt pierce which was well attended. ously" running away from their pursuer. They
still another
to I
rbertl>: Bar 'Ala. "I bad a terrible cane pile are drawn to the beach by their love for generally brings back a load 1 of vegetables.Wu .
"ew Yacht Club celebration I cau"lnltl1mur.; *. When all failed turtle EAU: OALMK, KI.A., July 8, iwxc.Vdilor \ : 1,
to TI eggs.TREAT
u89l11e. Those who
'ed at home ate fried re-Ice JJriitally Tortured. Buckleu' Arnica Salve cured me. Night Her Terror."I Kant Ctitttt A dfllJcute: p
.III and chicken. to light that for persistent Equally good for burn and all ache
lithe "ther !rood things, and talked A case unmerciful came torture has perhaps and pains. Only 25c at all drug stores. THE KIDNEYS FOR RHEUMATISM. would' cough nearly all night long," We with to extend. to the peoplr*r t

Was good times\ they had had. The and equaled.<< Joe Golobick. of .-Wben you are suffering from writes Sirs. Cbas. Applegate, of Alexandria Eau Oallle, brought the columns irl the
perfect and everybody never been the be attended Ind. "and couul hardly ADVOCATE:, our sincere and grateful .
* 'had' tine every. Calif. write: "For 15 year I Tourist Kates. rheumatism, kidneys must get any
a time.Worklug Colusa. Insufferable, pain from Rheumatism Summer to at once so that they will eliminate sleep. I had l consumption) BO bad that if hanks for, their assistance and help lo 1

endured relieved me though I Tickets are on sale via' the Atlantic the uric acid from the blood. Foley' I walked A block I would cough frightfully Tying to save the Hotel Granada furn- t .

:Xlghtand Day. and nothing known. I came acres Coast Line, to the principal summer..- Kidney Cure I III tbe most effective remedy and spit blood but, when all other shines and other valuable property front

.bUlleRt tried everything and It'. tbe greatest medicine sorts throughout the country. Ticket for thl* purpose. K. T. Aopklns, of medicines foiled. three II.CO bottle of the /lire which occurred on Monday, theetli -

ever was and mightiest little thing Electrics Bitters that trouble. A few are good returning until October 31st Polar, WU., says: "After unsuccessfullydoctoring Dr. Xing' New Discovery wholly curedme Inst. While tbe hotel wa totally

' .Pri.. These made 'I. Dr. Kink's :New on earth completely for relieved aDd 1903, and liberal stop-over privileges are three year for rheumatismwith and I gained M pounds." It'* absolutely destroyed, tbe large amount of property I '

"oto' pllls change akrk bottles of" it good for liver and allowed. For Pullman: rnatlons. tbe best doctors I tried Foley'* Kidney guaranteed to cure coughs, ...ved wan due to their timely help. W.

rain.fag i strength, listlessness Into en- cured me. Just and as general debl11ty.1 I rate, etc., see Ticket Agent or write: Cure: and Iteuredme. I csnoot speaktoo I colds, f. grippe bronchitis and all throat shall always remember, and never cease

wODderfolln Into mental power. They kidney trouble Satisfaction guaranteed b71| Frank C. BoyUton, Commercial Agent I highly: of thl great medicine." Sold and lung troubles Price GOo and ".01). to appreciate whit they have done for

U'*Pet box.building up the health. Only 50c. 138 W. Bay street, Jacksonville Fla. by II. K. Wilson A SOD, Titusvllle. Trial bottle free at all drag store. u*. GLJCASOJT: linos. fc Co* ,
Sold by all druggists. all drnggisU.


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stilt on the 'shli I did n.i mind a little LJy

thing like that though I went off with Florida East
f! A Golden Rule 1 the usual, Indlirnutloii at being taken 1 1r Coast Ry

t of Agriculture: for It "IIIIIIO/C/pr./ ,
"1 confemt I wa a little tiervoUM the
r Be good to your land and your crop day you willed. I know yon had the LOCAL TIME: CARD No. 49. In Effect May 28
will be good. Plenty ofPotash room all right but I feared some ullp 19QNOHTHBOUNDREAO :

You nee a big part of half a million (OUTHBOUHO-READ DOWN. _
\t was ut stake. When your wife and --- --- ---I
e' b ($ No.8 N0.23 ITATIONe. No.IJB No nl '
daughters after |
Hwlntf off came
you nail !
J9C y 11..1', ,..
In with the bags In their pocket. and 'f ) I

In the fertiliser upellii quality | A, / told how they had cried over you and Sp 51 CO I 5 II 41) a Ly........... ....JaokAo"vlle., .... .... .. .Ar a tl 110.' --
and quantity in the harvest. .IU. .114'1. ..... .. .. .. ....80..Ck..III.. ....... .... ... ,.a 00 PI
and tP I waved to you and all that, I wan happy ; (1101 e10Ma ....... ... .....et.AugllaL1I1...... ..... ........ .. 7 C f
Write us ) as. a king. I knew that I must con 4 C .011' .1111II0. .............. has legs................. ... A 0 r, P I i
we will Bend you, y Cf"ol I the haul somewhere till I .. D A 41) I cut 4... .. .. .. .. ....K. relatna. ...... ... .. .e \\I U U..SC: t lly
/rte, by next mail, your return cyq 0 tz''" i'7a5'"If1 Ar. . . . ......1'astka, .. .. .. ... .. ...Lv.616. i I'4'C
our money winning I II or longer, for that mutter, and ..ao C 1 0" eI45j 11 ISaLv. ... .. .. .... ... ... ,. . .. . .. al.T13 p
books concluded there was no safer place O4 i1W AL . .... ... ....ban Mats .... ... ... .. .. v -19-p
I than on toy own person. No one U goIng v %. z.... .. .. .a10aLv. .... ... .... ." 1IIal..o .. .. .. ... .. .A' ,"' III
GERMAN KALI WORKS, 1 Go mrr a'Ur3 .... ., ..., .. l roea 830pCN/ !.
H Niuaii Slrort, / to indent me. The only fear for a / .. .0 i S Ii r. (13 as p LY .... ....Bonnet'i' ,. ;,,,.,; ; ;-L v, 8I t II runIf, 3 391. ?''"", TjtO01We1101' '
hrr York. smuggler/ In coming ashore with the 44P..r. .... .... ...... .. .Dup..nl....... ......... ... 6 .1 /IIz:
/ good. hliu." tog: 0 I' ilp .. ....... ..m nil ............ ... ... .. 611n" a 11 1' /
f on Iatt. 0 I n I 7 p. ............ .. ......DNy to na ... ............. ..... 8 4 ..'I', 3CBPI.Q
r v The dinner being finished, the two Woe, In.Q 29p . ......... .... ..PurtOrangn. ............. ... .. ,, 4 lTd.111 2 J'III 0(,
fYa9 05p..N..wbmvris.. .. ........ ..... .84 / )k
2CJ /
men lighted cigars sipped their coffee i : "
/ r 110101' ... .. .... ...........0..& 11111.f 8 =-AX:
( and lea nod buck In their chairs with xy to fly f Z MlO S8 I' a 166 II .... .. .. ....... Tlto.v.ile .. .. ... ........ .... II 8 'a al-I t2p <.,t
4 I the comfortable of a OiL.a. as a I Up . .. .. ........G.a..... .. .'. 181" I[i llG P. (
iI iIt feclljig having (III II: f11 to p r a as p ........... .. .....Rnckl"dl ga ......,........ .. t 12 .lr12.12 39p =-q
staked all on a chalice and won. 011I0 aU 101. 8p. .. .. .. .... ., .....Eu00altle. ...... ... .... ... .S1IIa ,. 3' p //II)_
I "Khali we divide now?" asked the listener. 1 Y .. ... all41as 413p ..: ...,... .. .....M.. brnirne............... .. .. .1 ... 12 CS P''_ t1
I t. IX: s 1 011 a a 4 631' ... ... .........?Sebastian ............. .... . 1 ou.".".11 :01. (I a
i a s '( t II vi .I ...... .. ........... St. Lurlo................. ... r13 110m 1111 19 a';1
1IIt-0. v20sa g tip .... .. .......... .Ft.Plereo. .. .. ...... fit. 7ea'"' i{
"J u..tI" you like. I've got two bags Tri-'V eeklr Sailings C III I 1.11 r 0 )3 P.......................Tlbbal."........,.. ....... 11120 1166pan11 pd, fj' 1:1:
In my pocket<< of equal value. I'll takeout Ot'W 1.0..0 7p... ..........Ed..n... .. .... .. 111 h
59455.8 21' .................... I..nalln .............. ... ... UI'I.8"'
Free andAcce'ted my1 handkerchief. In It will be one BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK s 0>>14: t o t9 a 5 p .................... .. Btu.rl.....,................ 111-11101"OS + n. Ha'e.:
\ Masons. of the bugs. I'll toss thu handkerchief, ,5 m 4 t II 2) a r n ;' .........Rohe Bound .. ..... ............ no 371'I' t I v tae':a.re .
a //7/A with the bnft, into but.VIion Z O>> .aseas f P .................West3uplter....... .... .. .. .... .10 13.. a'eaI 4.
carelessly" my OWOe4lkiae ................ ." B..ach.. ...... .... ... A941 ,A 8 si a
f \ we leave, you take my bat Instead Calling at Charleston S. C., both ways) i= i aa4tt..al7p...................Doynton ............ .... ... 9131'!' 81111 r II
of Z C a IIII A II 8 11 P.... ... ... ... ...... '" ... .. 5 9 O 7 2A )
your own. The Finest in the Coastwise Service Wt aeofaaD 01p .......'.. .... .BCLaurtinle... . et I' 7 IDs II
Indian No. 00 The feat was executed. Just as themen Steamships C) r 11112.I eo p ... ... .......... ................ .... r cal'l' 8 I Wa II
t- ... ......... 37 a'I
aeWa.917p nCltyllandale. ..... ee9
River % / TltusvllleLodge. I reached were from about the window to rise and two grasped arms The Clyde New England and Southern Lines. < a r 00. 5 II 65 p Ar..... ... .. ... MI..ml. .. __". . ...v.i. J OC 10;) )I""-+-\r-'!110.011)

l't' their coat collies At the same time a Direct (service Between 8CnKDtn.KS: OF BRANCH: LINES
rr\ Florl la.
Hold |It" iiimttiiiKi ate nwnnil and fourth< Krld man din Iug at u tielghlHirlug, table Jacksonville Boston Providence and all Eastern Points. .SAJTB-OKD BRANCH.: ORANGE BRANCH.
arose, advultclrl'nad clapped a pair of
L. a y of eaoh montli. a' flinlr room, Indian River ,
hotel,Titan tile, at ton: o'clock. |,. iii.L bracelets" on each.The (Calling at Charleston S. C., both waY8)8EMI.WlCtKry ) TioTTIPji'jr STATIOMH. I[pa No-2,, 'Mo.. 3 I I I No. I IPally 8 T A TrONa. ]nrer?
r. L. Cerrnther. Wornhlpful' Meeter. y DullynJCOp IPM/: '
the Hutlsllod DtI
change from MAILINGS

T. II. Simitar. Henlor Warden.. expression I HontlilHiimil.... ... .... ... ... .. .. ..., '. ... .!. ... .from Lewi Wharf Hontoii, :TOO a'r.v..... .. uurvllle.Ar r19 60 n I I
a. W. Carroll. Junior Warden. on the umiigglofH' faces to abject Northbound. . .. .. ... .. ..... ... . .... ...from foot of Catharine street, JnckoouvllUClvdc n H ara Lv ..... .... .lllme..A til 37|> .1010.'Lv..N. Smyna..A.I'.197p iT 1
,, .. ... .. .
if i' J. M. Dixon, Tr .atmrer.f. misery I was Momcthlng to be remem ( us a Lv........ Ore-i Ar ill i.'aEnterprise. 5 34111" x11111' > 1.,il.v.Lifc..Helmi Ar li :I
A. Morgan Hnnifitary.H. .. M ...v....... ..... ...Ar til OOu 3(9(1( .11 811":'Lv.0'anir.. city: .u'. uc.Si,, *
,, V. Hrown, Chaplain.. bered.Later. 980 aAr.Hrd.y ..1.vrtuaun'_ 1400_1 .. .,''Ar. .Or.city.ln Lta:39Cpdt'Ii :
St. Johns River Line. : :
J. R. Walker, Henlor( IXmmm '
on tindetective !Informed them : .21riaUT. Nu.10'. 17 No. 18 Na.20'No.22 1 I
P. W. HolwrtM. Junior l>eiOou.V. : No. 24''iO!
r M. Taylor M'm'or' Hteward.K. how he /got on to them. 110725ND:21, I Dully.MAYPOBT I Pally. I 'I a'
A. Ijonley, Junior Hlewurcl. "I wax cabled from Southampton bya (Dellury Line.) (.",, ,l P"IIy x.H .1. Dally nails inn, 6v, ,,
M. N. Kng\Mi, Tyler. UETWKKX JA'):KSONVILLE AND SAXFOUD.Htoiiplnc i ___ '

,V --- -- n_ confederate detective that you bad at 1'alatka Avtor, St. TrannU, !Hnrexronl (I)8ljindand interiumllate landIng e9fpa0401'460 I' 42C1'' U 8 801 LT ...l..k.'iII. ..ir a 7 i 0 II 41) n'- iCl ''- 0 Y i .
f' ; gone on board. with u lurgo amount lutJllllllolltl. ( on tliBHt..l,U W tiN a L, .lIo.l..k..nY1l1.' ir '" S f2: r II 8Jii: 3I31 I < : ::3 I t 1:.:
A ... When' you went ashore and STEAMER '.LOUISJ CAP. C. 11. UliOCK:, .1p a0t, ail' : t'C43p.I0oua/r.Alot.ok.lv.. rt .01 .8'la'.13'' :3 I 3: 'It.
1 r Smuggling e036pe 101' s6"Ii.24Tp.lal4nAr.Atlnntaoiewt.Lv4d15es7Gn: Ivll1Or i ,
,0:3" .
I I didn't find Miem. I wns nonplused.But 13 Al'l'OINTKU: TO HAIL A'I FOLLOWS I Ifoava Q60p571/D IS W lla 3 C3 1,1110, 8 H.,1r..II&.rpon..L', ItI\ U 1111. 7 ';"."1,1: o9n, CUyal: :,
I klltlw were somewhere, and hart Catlinrlne Street, Jackwinvllle 5:'in> p. in' . . . .TnewliiV". and< Saturday*
t. .EpisodeI lAiave.. Bun ford IIMI n. .. Mondnya .and TUuradayr Three Time Tblee Show tin tlm" at which frat-t may. M ox rvtftn\ o. .j\ i" i t itrp.
I've been shadowing you ever since. --- -- from the several utatlonit, but tliclra rlvnl or ueparturn at fin UIUHJ ritiN 11' ,u i solo.
r "Smuggling's: played out. You've got Cen'l Passenger and Ticket Office 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonville aordueetheCnmpaoyhold ltseltreapat5lblelurauydelayeranye"us.ynnu. ." !'lit
(I the thing down too fine." from. I _
r. M.IROVMONflKR, ""? Aunt (km. P..... Agt. 'JW Went Hay .liickH.mvllle.' Kla."
[Orlglnal,1 MARY ALICE BOND. THO1I. U. HALKV Local Frt. AKt. kMonville.. C LOVKlU!: An..t. Hnpt.. Jacksonville:
I, \n\ on the northern putt of Man-' JOKN. L. HOW ARh, Bllpe.lnt40n..nt.. Foot HouanSt..iaekanllvtllek'la, KEY WEST AND HAVANA
Rattan Island an rinlncnce" 'Mod l-'ort A. 0. HAOKKTY, Uun'l Kaxfii. 1'anM. AKt. New York CLYUK MILNK <)..... Frt. AlCt., New York
r ( Cholera Iiifniitiiin. THK. <1. KOKIl, General' MaMaic WM. C CLVI: lye.: Oeneral Agents.ClieMbrouiiU PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS) AT MIAMI\
(}('orge. When <(
froui Long Island 1. Ii>> tuok up n tin most dangerous and fatal diseases to C. II. WAI/TOX. Agent, TltiiHvllle. Fla. SOUTH...BOUND.. .. .. .. mr-H: BOVNO.
L..MI.mI8I1D..Tb..r. ... R (ViaArKey LvH".ntt.M". ".. >'r! . : '!
tcuitiorary position there while his tlntl( which Infants are subject. It can be _____ __________________ .. __. .. __ n..n ___ .._. .._ on d__ West Sun., Thur.:. 13 <>1 1 I 1\I \rK..W..tlll""., .'-(. ... l II I
army recuperated.1 Now th* place I in u cured, however when properly trtmtod. LyK..We.tSun..Thur.. ..... ..... .... W3"> p L..K.yW..t.To..8..a. 'tae'
BumuiPr restaurant where people| 1 KO; tit All that Is. necessary Is to give Chamber ..H.vanaMolI..yr!. 7'Mla' ArM. Tuoa. H>it .. .. 3J.t:: ,

I., dine ou Oio broad piazzas and enjoy the aln's colic, choleia' and Diarrhoea Horn- SEJ ]B<> I> for eopy of I.a'al'f3me Can or other Information ...tdr....* any \?''''
view. Ono evening two ini'ii were sit fIly and castor oil, as directed with each

, ting on the veranda next thojvall of bottle, and a cure Is certain. For sale AIRLINE RAILWAY.FOH J. D. BAHKKR, Ajmt. Oon. Faas. Agent., ST. AUGUSTINE FLA
by all druggists and medoclne dealers.Block. .
p the bouse. Through a window 1Jt..ltlu.r.

.r. J',' them they could hour thu orclioHlrii -
i' playing Inside und look uti the PIIIIOrainu Roaatlau "\\i..Ih.K, ,

,Ii ,i without. They weru talking lu 11 W. II. Hlltl the IloHtoii commission :SAVANNAH: COLUMIilA: CAMDKN', SOUTHKRN" PINES, RICHMOND -J .".' ; DETROIT HEW YORK
very low tune malt says persons having roasting L
t. "Now that Ih,' Job !Is HnlMlu-d nnd stock during/ the late winter and early WA. II1 U'I'tN. BAl/n.MOKE, nilLAURMMIIA, NEW YORK I/

".. wo're rlfli 1'd like tti hear ulmut yourcurly spring months should bear, In mind that ? t* e.

; elYortM/ In the sniiiu dlnvtlixi.' liard. "Hhllfj{ '" roosters' hatched duringthe Two Elegant Tialiiit Dally fflA r/y/c4<
: said one to tlu other summer are considered soft roast % JrllllUI\\\!\\\ o

"They wwi not very micirssful. Von lug Ptock. Hard "buddy". birds. ((110 Seaboard Express Seaboard Mail. v/rypAE

{ sou, every way of fom-callnif dlinnoiuN 1'1I11t'dlI""'" III light demand! and ou our
for sinuKKlliiK, ptntniM'M ou tliu person market grade but\ little better than old MODERN PULLMAN EQUI1' UN'r.: c74cIN& /. \ L) lxGrcx

U pretty well known to the ciiHtoms cocks, ordinary laying heal In fact being ONLY LINE Operating Dally Through Sleopem .lackmmvllle'to New Orleans. 5T LOUIS r/ 4th lCNfOLYDI

men, I Invented Nettle of tln-iu or much superior to them for roasters

\ thought 1 did but ntliei lind either For Information nod sleeper reservations' call on any Agent I

ustMl them or HIM.II got ou to them. The The. Vulii l. {Inald. Seaboard or writeA. LOt//5VI ? /YAK OLff

first I tried was riiHIvatlnit, hair to 'rh,. mail who feed. green clover
my O. MACDOXEM.,, Aunt. (ion. P,(HH. Agt S. C. OOVLSTOX!: PUM. Agt. M Ir'S.1$
1 grow stralKht up on my hoad nnd con- green bonv. sound grain fresh vegetables ctw
crnllutf dlaiiiondM there lint ou one and pure water and provides. JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA. City o

trip iua'venal of im wen suspected| nndBoarclMti. clean working and living room for the -- -- NAR J Ht"
HeeliiK, the Heuri-her f(0 hens will have no trouble about the "
t through the hair and heard of one of quality of his eggs be the shells white CME

the rtydiamond wore found lu Ids pink or dark brown, suys Maine Farm Atlantic Coast Line "

Ir bl'ol'\l-1 wan> ohllKod/ to part with my er. Value la Inside the shell not In the R'y. s

Block in n hurry through u crack In the coloring matter which enters Into It.

Door! Thin was a IIt'IHlloHH of $K>,(HK). composition.
G'i "My next V"Utlll'VIIK having boot The Great Through Cur Line from Florid x4G

: heels iimdn hollow and In each heel I IItit They*. Hard to. 'wt. -- .PRiHQJ UFti+x1

I BUCceMHfully brought through, $IOxiO of A writer In Country Gentleman! in TO Till. HAST.;

gems which helped tue out of my pre reference to green hone says: "\Ve prefer Over Its own rails to Savannah Iarlesqoan Klchmond and Washington, thence dtY ilifAdl

vIotM loss.. I would have triad It HKiiln the ribs of beef chopped In two vla.tho ., Hallroud. i.rn1? BLAcJ1r.J.l

but ht'uni that the detectives hud,, got Inch pieces sand packed In the feeder Pot
TO Till. WI'=ST. a
on to the scheme. nicely. It takes but a few minutes of
"Ou my next trip I took my wife with hand labor to reduce them to the The Louisville A Xashvllle via Montgomery. The Mobile\ A Ohio U. K. SMOOTH RUNSOUTHERN v.VAJlrJP

mo, and when wo returned she had on proper size and condition for feeding
.r a hut adorned with n do/en of tie so perfectly are the cutting' knives adjusted.
prettiest red! chortles you ever sitw nndla ." Via Savannah and Ocean Hteamslilp:\ C-'mnpHnv; for New Yoik Phi Itualeld hut, Boston. J
Via Norfolk Steamer to Now Yoik and 'oIftt.Cl'
I WUHhlDjltun Kalllmore. Via :Savannah
ttch cherry was n diamond. The ----i-
vhetiie would haoorke mote and Philadelphia.
had tome through alono. Unfortunately : entitle agents. endeavoring to dispose of' --- RAILWAYcJ's coNVlUE
J 1 wan rec4)KnIx.t-d I ) tar ha\ln IMM-II sue any |>ropei ty you may have for sale or TO JUYVI; :S'l" AND IIAVAjTA.' To
exchange ? If so, send. full particulars
t lievted ,ou, prevloiiti 0"11",101111, and thisInvolved of what you have, to I L. It. Benjamin, Via Peninsular & (Occidental Steamship\ Company. WASHINGTON, NEW YORK ASHVILLE and
her. We were both searched _. .. .
lUnovrrtoi O ---- -- -- ------ -
-- ---
a aid the women who examined' her -.---- Connection Made Jacksonville for all Points and the EAST. HOT SPRINGS N. C.
went straight fur the cherries. !
In n Quuadary.
,r "1 had KIMKI IIU' 'II" In having tho "dbt ry gets HO excited when she readshistory. M ILKA OK TICKKTH.; CINCINNATI. CHICAGO. "THE'LAND OF THE SKY"The

I work of u tiny hul)"'. wuteh put Into a ; ." NORTH and WEST... A.D "The Sapphire Country."
Interchangeable mileage tickets good 13,000 miles of
t over among the principal
K>HHl sized chronometer. This. left a "]aria she. ?"
railroads In the southern states are on sale by the _
l principal agent H. ...
flaw "space around the works for "I should. she did. She's been D..ign Dintntf. Car
J"'WI'I"'I'I say For reservations and Information. apply to agents of the A. C. L. or write.FnAXK Pullman. Car.
uud 1 tilled It UI). Hut on this. reading English: history but she had On All Trala...
I could have had the dlamondu C. JIOYLSTON", Commercial Agt. W. n. STARK Tray. pass. Agt. Tha B..t.
I; Hiiywhifro to stop when she got to tho /11"* of
iW: West Bay ht., Astor Building, JACKSONVILLE: FLA. .sOUTHERN
for I was dlsicuhied and went the Hoses." RAILWAY. H- P. CARY. Dlsirtel Pauenctt nt08 ,
II. M. :KMEKSON Traffic Manager.V.. J. CRAIG, lien'!. Pass. Agent. W. Bay Sinai.
through" without (wing IIUllllt.l'tI'tl.| "\ 'hy did sho. .stop" JACIOOHVILLS.: FLA
WILMIXCJTOX N. C. w. A. Tv... .
"At hist the cuatoma otlleera Jot to "Sho couldn't tell which rose she pre- p T. M.. y/Mhlnnon.' D. C. S. H. HAHOWICK. G. P. A.Waahlnf nWn. r.
d H. T.an.o.It.. C. P. A.,
L fxaiulnlntf everything man or woman fertvd to have win."-Cleveland Flalit' Atlanta. Ca.
, could wear that could bi nmd hollow, Dealer. .

) I aid I concluded to get up a dodge lay

which the Jewels could be" brought \Vhy II* Movnl Avr.tr. \I. alaI'

through without lx>lnvt subject to exauiiuMtloii. Kind I.u.b'o you were In one place The Best is Found the Cheapest.

I taxed my Ingenuity to the three years? Why did you leave! Is. ....Itable
dntrron ot III-bMlth
utiuoat. but could device no way without Tramp I wu* pardoned ma'am. mona physical wreck than ii lesv.elnttpats
taking In a confederate. I know Chicago Journal. ..r '0 Amerl"an..probabl1 any other 00J'N'II dt..
and had conflUeno In WHY" Slml.ly bee...... aroG thepnt UNITED
you your being of the malady the ayatem la usually tadlcau PINEAPPLE WRAPS
traUbt. Aa for nerve or sleight of lie who has health has hope, and be qulalne Dort, or !bat dwWry mlnerallom.l.ouutllnl with
hates or anything like that the 'w te.\Do I" Its. Oenl'ou.. it lent
case who has hope has everything.! -Plato. --" .h er, 1lupoaltdve at all
didn't require It. The beauty of the IUaraDIeG

ch ou wa that I could brlun a* umuydlmuondH HERBINEn. Are the Best. Ask Neig1il

i a* I Ilk..... sopuue and your
"You know the .. I exaa.NS.vcrevu.......11f a.irl ll.e aay all I'ona ..1',,,,..:.MflA
.t. took the .
pussusofrrtti Cad .'...... -_. 01 taste .01 q"'n. WE MAKE THEM IN ALL COLORS.
t New York and before learliiK the y"...'ta.ll Ih.r. kIdu.y and.aa.na d.J' ".reebha:::'. :t.
wharf at Southampton engaged a return I SUPPORTscorrs 500 PM bot&1. AI nn....... r

berth mid at onea cabled. you In
\ Newt York tho number of uiy berth try

wMcfa you secured for next trip out. t '
When I went aboard awtln with $ 'I.IO.) EMULSION Hives u abridge

0*>0 worth of diamonds. I klle" just to carry the t"uk
wlirre I wa to put tbeui., 1 had a car starved system along saW It aa n.. ---- ---- -

peMer1 bit. a narrow saw and a pot of firm support In rdinary feed

paint of During the stateroom the trip door I took and up chucked a section had lor .... _..... Subscribe for the ADVOCATE and get all the One trial will make you our customer.

SCOTT B0W N L, Owmbtt, If your dealer does not handle UNITED BRAND of Papen write to
In the diamond Of course a* an old 4g4t

aearvheU.uufXK-t 'when But I a* went the lUaiuodd ashore I were was PoI&Sa4ItmIaBdr.ulwwYe.1. News of the East Coast every week. UNITED" : LAL: rot CO.9


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--:6J :E :sO'I'EL. Then It only remain for me-to .
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-- obey.. When can I have the child" Hotel Vendome Broadway and 4nt} htrcet,

Original.( ) ',AI soon as you decide to take her."
TITUSVILLE,, Then walking aide by side, they left ,
EDITH IDA \V111TMARS1I. the cemetery. 1,'. A. MITCHKL. FIREPROOF. ;.100 and
FLORIDA. rooms single en suite, with private I baths. and tollo
Horn May 10. ISM) ,1 rooms EUROPEAN PLAN. Good rooms $l.JM u>; large/ room $2': and with
Died Fcb K. WOO TO CU1CK A coil IX ONE OAT bath i.6ll and tinder
I private #: per day upwards. Tho rmiiingt-mrnt Is the personal
J., 1}. BAhT l'rol'rretorHUCK Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets supervision of the owner. FICA :N K OKl'EN, Manager;
enteredthe All druggists/ refund l the money if It fall
A girl carrying some plants
4 to oure. E. \V. Grove's signature/ Is on -
o-iuetery and passing over the each box. 21ctta:!: SIIEJrEI ISLAND, orr KONU ISLAND. S y
SHOOTING. walks, to the thus markedBtoppod
e t grave .
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and FISHING \ before It. She \rasurprlsixl lluw to Care Stilt' "o'"c.

.M Rates: ,U :;d 0) per dLY., to see that Home one hail pl!(f-d fresh getting To Loop still the, after joints holding of the hands the hand from Manhanset House and Cottages.
rioters 011 the rounded earth. Propping
:Jill! ) and $i2:. par week flow- In water iu hot us can be borne massage S
the plants, she Ut'iit over the
theta U>tb the backs and palms, 9
____ ----- era to wo If there was anything to Identify r
-;- JACKSONVIIJ.1----' -- --- them with sweet oil This should be thoroughly SHELTKU:I ISLAND, OFF LN WLANI\ : ), X.: Y.
the person who hud placed ,
-- there She was disappointed. There rubbed in. Then dip the huiuHIn WILL OPEN JUNE :.!UOTH U\>0l.: j
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hot water again using. Rinse
was not even HO much ns u bit of rib- noap. Two and ono-quarter hours front Now York via Long Island U li. Ileklth-
JKDSOR HOTELJACKSONVILLE'S. lion to bind them to ,.tlJ'r. She had with clear( water und rub on a lotion fully hUuiUedoii .Magnlllcnnr bay, smith bountiful sct-nery. |II'-h"l.l golf links

FINEST come on the birthday of the dead to of.glycerin and rosewntor.Cruel :New York Yacht t'lub station.! No mnlurln No mono, titues.. Pure water i '

AND ANT FLOKIPA'SLAKOE&T plant Home shoots and knew that he ot Dry ninxmphi'ie. Dilves' and groves/ bunting bathing llnhing/ dancing
BKSl' YK\K-UOU.\H D HOTEL. she who had been there before her had I..-..........,... bountiful music hall, electric lights, Otis elevators, si.ttus with bulbs. eto. !, I

known of the anniversary, for there! She-Ho you recall the day we were For forms and illustrated pamphlet nddicss, '

were Just; twenty roses. married HOBEltTIlTlUtA Y. Manager Hotel l'u lo Loon Augustine" 4
: ; meo < St. ) :&. }I
n.'twet'n'hltmlu'IIh and Gernldliie lie-I wish to gracious I could!-
Yonkers Statesman. --- -
Sheldon had been one of those

rare attachments In which two girls yOU KNOW WHAT- ---von--Attic TAKINO FC>Jt S..A..JL.JE I: : ;
11l''lIl1Je ubsorlied one another to the a7 .. .
When take drove's TuateloHs Chili
exclusion, of all others. At leant this you -- f r ; '. :,4
Tonic beraiixo' the formula Is plainly
tune the construction Geraldine Sheldon printed on every bottle showing that It Is Hotel1r'\rith' Sevon nd. i"" '
Cottages 10
liad put upon their intimacy supposing;! shngly iron and Quinine In a tasteless ,

that she was Edith's only friend. Yet fo.m. No cure No pay TiOcts.Onrliiir Acres of Land.i.k 1
here was evidence that some one had .

been sufficiently Intimate with her to
Coliln. .. .. ,:'
love her and had loved her aulliclently( Each fowl slinking evidence of cold .

to place flowers on her grave on the anniversary or congestion U .shunt up In a small coop \ t

of her birth. 'and given" tan grains of calomel at '
Leaving the plants where she had t.
night by a one grain (1111111111'pllllllloht .
dropped them she turned and left the and morning for two or three

1.'lIIl'h'ry.118 It dissatisfaction" with days. If there 1< any discharge from
her friend that she bad' deceived her, nostrils: a few .drops of camphoratedoil

or was It Jealousy She did not know la Injected Into each nostril If any

herself. Improvement I 114 manifest I In) two or
IGE rULLENS, OWNERS AND PROPRIETORS.( She did not visit the grave again for three du.\s. they are lomovcd to small
month when what her surprise'
a was
f -- room and u solution of copperas! addedto
to see the plants slue had left growingon the diInking water They nre kept

the mound nnd bearing buds Just here for a week or two or until they

OYAL HOTEL JACKSONVILLE FLA. ready to bloom. This was too much. show a complete recovery. (If, on the
This monster with whom she bad been other hand, utter two or three days' observation 8 1t +k r l t
1 forced unknowingly to divide he \ nail treatment. no Improvement ) 55 r

friend's, love had had the assurance to Is nmnlfcNtcd. the bird Is killed
plant the shoots she had In a tit of and Imrled. Cor American Agricul ti '3 ) ii
Opposite 1>,,"tolllee. Centrally l located. Thoroughly repulied\ <1I'e. Jealousy left implanted. tie h1t's, there turist. '

was n vine creeping up the headstone.. _

oovated. Newly \ throughout. Liberally conducted' For u your Edith: continued to visit >fU<>O ICuwaril skip(. i '
\ the grave of her friend, noticing/ that
some one had from time to time added Tho reader of this paper will be t
Raton $::111 per day: and up.\ herself bad pleased to learn that there Is at least one t
little dex'orations. She refused -
dreaded disease that science lets been
f B.Y.. SPERKY Proprietor. to divide the care of the sacred able to cine In all Its stngnaand that Is Located at 8AUNO, three granters of a null couth of :KAU OALLIK:, FLORIA 4 l,;'

spot with another, but when the lIextIIl1l1h'f'J.tt3ry catnrih. Hull's\ Catarrh Care Is the on- on the Ram lalllo River, loss than half a mile from the Indian River, and two le,

came round she had so far ly positive cure known to the medical and a bolt miles from! the Ocean, The property l 1M two hundred miles south of 1
softened us to take to the cemetery a hel const\tn\ U"n- a
fraternity. Catarrh njJ a Jacksonville, on tho Florida :Kast CoiiHt Hullwny\ with the Knilrond !Station" odolnlng -
pet nzallu which she had been long al dUeaxn, requites constitutional tront-
JSTMORELAND HOTEL West B.iy and Cedar Streets. training. There was no now trace of went Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally ) the .property. llulhllngn onto' rd In''IH'.IU, nndsome of them have never

JACKSONVILLE FLA. her rival. Breathing u sigh of relief acting; directly upon the blood boon occupied, the original/ owner having died a few months after their completion. '

she Imbedded the roots of the nziillu and mncons surfaces of the system, The hotel was opened for about two ..."nt\II'pllur\ to the ownor'i death, and
American plan. Centrally located. Just built and opened and was smoothing; the earth about It thereby destroying the foundation of has not been used ..Inl'o.lIl1le building/ were elected In the most substantial k
4ieard Looking the disease, and. !giving the patient unnner und nro now In excellent condition. The hotel and cottages/ are completely i i rfli
when she a step. up
thl season. Fine cooking, and ,good table. Hot and Cold Water strength bv building up the constitution furnished, and very little of the furniture hits, over been used There are two
she saw a man of perhaps thirty advancing And assisting nature In doing( its work.
artesian wells, twenty cisterns' connected, with nowoijoto. l ,
Bathe Elevator etc. Five minutes from wharf All toward her. lie paused be- The proprietors Lava so much faith In I
or depot.
any The property cost the original owner f'IoIOOUlm.l' l will be sold at a sacrifice
fore the gate shutting off the lot. Its curative powers, that they olTer One
The above cut fairly represents the property' \ .
itreet cars puss the door. Rates; .2.00 to ..2.r 0 per tiny.Mis. "You are?" she asked. Hundred Dollars for any case that It
"Earle Gardner." Falls to cure Send for' list of testlmoni- For particulars apply to or address,
ale Address F. J. Cheney & Co 1'0- EZRA 10'. HATCH[ I O. I.. (JAIJLDKN.Vw.'; A. WAUNOCK, t
: A. J. WALKER, Proprietor.SIAidIt1:1Z1 "My mysterious:
fcuinlne ledo. 0 :Sold by druggists, 7*o. Hall's. Caretaker on premises, Attorney for 'Ownor, Agent for 0. nor,
You had no rival In Kdlth's '
Fnnilly 1'illn are I he beet Eau Oulllo, Fluilda. Tltusvllle Kin. Jamaica, N Y.
love""But /

::. you _loved__ __ her_u_ ?_" .
u J ,;"II'
". wlf ."
---- \11 my )l I .
"A your wife?" The voice nnd the i !'

ie e Clarendon Inn SEABREEZK, FLA. der."And manner bespoke on overpowering won ; 1

the mother of uiy child"

"Thu mother of your child?" jJl'i qi4, b

OPEN THROUGHOUT THE YE.H.FI"JUIt "E.Jlth011 forbidden by me to tell '. 'I'i

you of our love and marriage. My 5
rhe Se* Entirely remodeled, refinnlshed I\Ollllol"r, new managera : : mother was' for a year on the brink( of 5 / ,'.

Bust Northern Service Special ratS by the week and for the selllon.Clorend..n the! grave, and for reaming'which for t t '" !

(Inn tmaes meot all trains at lUytona Station. Address the ChuenSoabieo the present. \\11I1111101'1' over I could not

IUD [flu : "e, Fba iid.i. E. L. POITER: Prop. acknouledge lived. You remember a wife no Kdltli'n long visit us' she to A NEW INVENTION. 1i t i

C. II. KVAPPE, Mgr. Washington year ago last' winter and ,

her death theie. Slut died<< la child. _
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birth." i \
_OLD SKAIHJICKXi:, GOODALL, FLA.he Like u ray of light struggling through Recently Patented all Over the World ; ;
gloom u bit of forglvenoHS entered Ger- I

Mine's .soul. f

Seasl'de'Inn Or.DSE.\ mEF.ZE, "The child?" The Walton t l

GOODALL, I'. O. "Shu lit at my home. Sly mother In. ? ::
dead and I am now master of the estate. I' I Ir

,IN now open for the summer se.ison, under the management. of the Hut Kdlth left her iumtruetioimewith I \
regard to her \little namesake Tackle Block.
<\\ nei., UOItVCK: STENVAKP indsome'and new, situated l oti' when ,she stonld, Ix-coinu, n year old. Self-Locking t .

;'1.\. tuna leach the hotel Is modem In all Its appointments, with large: This came round lust February. Till -

now I have made no change; but If you ,. Mind-In( vail'MiH shapes !)Jill .Ines! nfWOOO
IIt.y.I ,pleasant' looms overlooking the ocean nod opposite Keatlng'snil
are ready to assume the charge"" I. IIU.V end JIUON/K.: Will

< and Pier. The surf b.'tlllnlll'4. unexcelled Terms modorato.HOKACK "She left the ililld to me?" wink < riii|, ../lly well will| lop' >>, chain nr

F'. STEWART, Owner and Manager.! "l)urlng her babyhood." wire ,tops| ,

"And then?" Will work at any livlght. upside down r I
I he determined by cir I
"That can only '
JRNSKX. tII cumstances. It Is hard for one about to horizontally:. at .ny angleantl mill' / ; /'.

die to make a wise provision for the stop .and look s any pjlntInv.ilunbli ? r l

FRESCO JENriEN, FLA. future. Edith only arranged for a few fur every kind of business l

HOTEL, 'enter of PineappleBelt. years." where it block Is needed, frKjumtly' mtv-
'But why did she not leave the babe log the labor of one man or nmre., I
,$P' UNDER NEW l\I AOEIEXT.:1.: to me from the Unit?" Nothing& like It for handing stretching
i .
In"' prettiest location on Indian: River. Large, beautiful grounds. :Near "Because at the time my marriage + / "*liea.Addrusrt,
"'00. Fine Fishing( : and Ilantlng. Terms reasonable. Letters and trust still be kept a secret.! Besides" ,tun, a all conimiinlcatlons. tn ale t t
".i ii'-'ums: reserving rooms will receive prompt attention. .'\V'el1't" I iI

JOHN :S. PARK, Owner Proprietor. The uiuu looked euibarransed. I,', ; Walton Self.Locking Block Co w
"Come, I am Impatient. You said I f .
believe, that Edith \left her Instructionsfor (incorporated) ir

__._ WEST PALM UI .\UII. the child when It should be a year i iN I Olllce and Warrronm, 401 Atlantlo Ave. yY I I ,I Vd I ''I ti tit ;

old." n Ili Near Howe'iVh rf, Elevated; Htnflon.BOSTON' rt
, "YcM. when Edith would have been I h i .
E PARK COTTAGE WEST (PALM mUCH, 'LA. dead a year," N r u i flUS!;. (, r v i

r "What had that to do wltb It?" --
husband again at the Sample Blocks. can be seen at the AtM' s ;
"A marry
may +,
t.. S i vuaATgortlce1'Itn.vllleandatthestore( r t I'.'
Now Open. Under new management. end of a year." S of H. II. Ilubbard *: Co., Jacksonville. ll l ) l; IIII t'I'Id'( t i (,

Overlo k Late Worth.Tiansient Marry again If you loved Edith as Call and see thciio. blocks working
) i
I loved<< her-a. I love her today-you F

Rates, %1 to $2.1): (> per day. would never marry another." The following, outof| buudred4'arei-iampla: | | of the testimonials received by the Walton l'IelfLockl'll. KMub f o :
"She left her Instructions to me to 04Nlaek.ton.atreetIuoLt.eJ..I, "' tenures'' '
Special Weekly Rate- marry at the expiration of the year." WAL1'." in...t-'Kurx-'' Buw Co.,
"She did?" its::I rLi.Mf*, -Yuii re.|u...t<-nrl on th. pracllral, .....rklnl(of jour...1'.I.k'1C' "",, leI. liloi'k. whirl WH ohtnlnj'l from (
IDA B. BRUNER, Proprietress. TVt. Wonid.ey w5 ham see __ MRS "Yes; conditionally on the consent of ba* glvn tin Walton H<(f Locking lilorka. a pretty K>>. non an>l nnd them the iiunt reliable and l nt lilmtkii nf thu kind w. bass.vsr uses,
the woman of her cbok'tl." Ie[ I. a (tr...c Inmntlnn. and w.are gia.l:l f to give. yon this. n tree, and u>or. then pressed to know that .*t !.u' wn hay. fount what w* U..v. for ydim t
-- -- I 1_. hunting (or. You...., n... this. unties in .af war yr>u I>I.....
NEW PORKOtel.Marthorough. I "1 'er choice? You mean your choice. You very truly, J. Jll' .C"S. CO. raWALT"s +
- "Tb"y may be one." .
I .... .. "
"r-f.: ewes ( 0.,
"Explain. I.K .ri.r".im :-A boat two ....Ie. ago I pcinl .sal| from yua pelt of a In. Mtr-lorklniC:' C.kl. blurlu. with' tI feet of "'\<.. unit yam' ..110.1...'s f 4 4the
[ "You are tbe woman she chose to tint to report to H>. oiopiiny If I found then .Mi I.la..v'ry. h hI
for her bereaved husband and sum glut to uv I am very mnon pioanml with' 11! 'in and and the blm-kii. ]n.t right| all ,hot tmw amid In every pUdi. tlitf ere certainly wbatrr e.- / m
care man tmo\Ie, who. .ha*any u..* rorhl"", li ,tit the, mitt t time .n.l l I.',.... HiicevM i*J r..r JtOWfcU/,
child. I
Geraldlce't eyes turned and looked Dealer InOrala and .....Ud",*' 0U|>pli m. Stwfon, M. II. i r ,

Broadway 36th and 37th Streets, SEW YORK. out on vacancy. Then they were low "AL.,...'. agar-/.nrsivn Saw {'O..1t..tno. Jisae. '
200 bath entirely with electric lights. Con- ered to the grave. Tears began to O""TLt..rtW": porchuwl of jou ,i ,.c of .!* inch.." locklntf tarkl block with tor* to er. Ftby. let and hersfiv.n' then a tilt t.., .sal
arte.oopsA. nd Europeanhans managed under the personal down tier cheeks. Tbe manhood am ..111.].....<1 with the workliiic of in.ldneks. la many eaM bo>.. and lanais ran tw...11, iiandlwl without a They wny..)n.i>try: {
and Is coarse .....|ua WIlD.". Tb.y are super)., u> anything. have iv., used! or _o for baaUltug b_vy wrUrht.,af'ly'and quickly: Ini our:'it'P'SY.
enlalon of the owner reverently bent."Well" I PauvisuN I1*
z. 8. CKOWELL, Manager. ah* sold mastering her.role Jf..c.-, Kowal's, W. T. JOtlour, Tr.aurr, Bostost.EAST Jsn



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1 8 COST:; ADVOCATE, JULY 10, 1903. _

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i.. Tlu Board was called to order on tli e (continued from 1st page.
k let, instant by order of the Chairman PAID UP CAPITAL $25,000.00. h
)' : I'renutjt: J. K. Walker lit District; J, 12 rings/ ; J. ll. Oitban 2nd prize, *10,.
IL .III lot, 2nd District; R. A, Conkllns. won on 11 rinks; Chap 0-tbnn 3rd prize, Thlscompany own

3rd District; J. C. Jones 4th Dlstrlc j (4, won.on 8 tings; I.. C. UannlngUb 3L A3T :ID: S
: 0
and J. F. Jiell, 5th District; A. A. Stewart prize $:S>>; won on 0 lings. 0

J ----- clerk; J. N. Waller deputy-sheriff. BOAT RACE.g In the Indian River Country; On the St.
Minutes of the last regular meetini
r n u/ wero road and approved. The boat races took place between 2:30:: LucIe River; at New River and on Bay GOOD

\ I'i' Report of Tax Collector of polls col. and 3:30: o'clock over a three mile track Biscayne. Prices to suit the times. 5 ;
I looted during tbe mouth of June, am OD Indian River Tlttaville, and
JEWKI.Klib AND ttir.VKKSMITIIS, was witnessed by a large crowd from the Send for Land List $
I amounting to $SO, for the year iDOl, an SO IfIOf
41 West Bty HII'el1l. $21 for the year 1002 was received. wharf. The let prize Tltusvllle\ )Fisher Offices Tltusvllle and Miami Fla.
Report of County Judge and Tax Col. men's Sliver Cup valued at *25 (subject .
JACKSONVILLE::! FLORIDA. lector of licenses collected during tin to challenge)), was won by Fred Nan man; rTSp5NAME.

Largest stock In this section of country.Kstabllxtiod month of June amounting to 91(1.SO( 2nd prize $.> In gold, won by Iturnham
We understand that third East Coast Meat Market
in 1H08. state; and $3.20: county was received. Norwood. a
In as much as the Legislature of lOO.'i: prize was awarded, but have not learned fOIt.WO
Hand for descriptive catalogue.. the winner. The most reliable Information .
has set forth In Chapter 510(1, certain (I. F. DUREN Agent.
changes In the amount to be paid lot declares that it was a draw between f '
f licenses by certain business and profes.bloual the three participants. r:== o

,.THE ANHEUSER BUSCIL, men, It Is hereby ordered that all TIIK IIOItSK: nACKH. s..:>..>.. -. For sale by J. R. Walker & Co., TitusvilleE.
such licensed planes of business or such cac
Asso's. professions as are named lo said Chap. These races took place about a mile A':
I Brewing of the acts of 190't: be and they are here outside of l.own. between 3:30: and 5:00:() -:>
by subject to a county license of 1 50 percent o'clock. There were several hundred yp: : E. L :E3e.6.D: Y' d<;, : 3Rpe:

Kitiuiiiis' tit. Luul Keg and liot- of the state license therein Imposed,, people present and great enthusiasm s. IN-
provided however that this order shall prevailed. lieu were' freely made by the -
iwi tied Il'ior.
6 not extend to medical doctors in the sporting element; excitement was at its GROCERIES GRAIN AND HAY AND ALL FOOD PRODUC
Hold by Mcnri. F.A. LoMley and practice of their profession. height, and some said It was' like a mlna- ,
R. L. Motlnw Tltu vll1eria. Bond of John C. Jones as principal ture Sheepbead bay race. Nearly all the __ ca We handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agents for MAPES FERTILlzi
i with J. N. Waller and J. P. Brown as carriages In town and country were In demand t3y co- We deal exclusively in the above line of goods and solicit the trade of all COD
By Mr. 1C.L. Motlow,Cocoa, FU.JOSEPHZAPF
4 sureties to carry a Winchester rifle, No. for this event and the racecoursewas va yy p: era. Write us for prices on Grain and all Groceries delivered at your'static
/721, caliber .18, was approved. well lined with vehicles. The following riTUSVILLE FLORIDA. E. L. BRADY & BRO. .. TITUSVILI.K FLA..
Bond of Mary K. Webber, as principal were the winners:
with O. F. Duren and 0. A. iardner as First Race-200-yard hurdle race-In

Sole Agent. sureties, to carry a Smith & Wesson pis. thIs race there were five entrees, an follows Fire Insurance S. W. CARROLL
tol, No. 25124>> caliber 32: : waa approved. : R. M. Singleton/ Chas. Simmons ,

010 to (ft20: f) West Bay /Street On motion Mrs. O. F Fathom Is granted J. T. Feaster It. W. Joyner J. F. Prevail __ Dealer Tn-___ -
a permit to catch one manatee for lat prize $15, won by 11. M. Singleton L

JACKSONVILLE, KI.A. scientific purposes 2nd prize.' H10.. won bv Chas.: Simmons. 0 GROCERIES, GRAIN, FEED, FRUIT AND YEGETABL
The Treasurer's report was received I Second Race-225. anl hurdle race-In
and chocked up. Messrs. Conkling and this race there were live entrees as follows Crockery, Glass and Tinware.TITUSVILLE Tour Patronage Solicited.]
X W. M. Oxbnu J. '1'. Snell\ F. M. FLORIDA.
:rt.. L. Hell were appointed a committee to destroy : J. ,
the paid\ warrants turned over bj Woolen A. Illgglnbothiim, Pat PI>W""". -
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r the Treasurer, with his report. Thoj', lilt prize, !$1S, won by J M. Osban; 2nd

reported they had done the same, HOC prize, $l0, won bv J. 1', Snell. J. L.
were discharged Third Kace-2.;>0-yaid march race-This k312 Mobley o .
The Treasurer had his usual certificate, was between C. A. Leonard!, of Osteon, *
of deposit attached to his report and J. M. Powers, of Cocoa and ended TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.

On motion the Comptroller Is reqnesl- as follows: let prize $1;), won by C. II -'si ip* s>J3rilJ Contracts for all\ kinds of Painting, Kalsomlnlng, Staining, Fl"" hlsg
ed to make an order allowing the 10- J.ennardlj!; :2nd prize\ $10\) J. M. Powers. .' Paper Hanging at the most reasonable price consistent with goot15imanship. .
Extra Races In the match! between
demptlon of tax certificate No. 370, sale -
lots and ORban and Woo CD, for $10, Wooten won; Prompt attention given to all\ work
of 1M05' embracing 7, 2.1; 27, Dlx- ... A
on's plat of Cocoa, Hoc. :Ia. Tp. 24 8 R. Simmons and Singleton fore.">, Single .
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311 E., nu t said lots, at their faue value without In Joyner won ; Oslmn and Such, for $10 INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORY.;

teiest, and to collect all\ subsegttentomllt Snell won.
1 1 1i.ve3o dud taxes nt a valuation of $40, and to allow FIKKWOKKK.: If Your House Goes in Smoke TITUSVILLE, FLA.
the redemption tax certificate No. Up Is prepared to furnish Ice in any quantity-backed or loose. Special: trot
Iv 177 sale of 1804, and all subsequent' tax: This took place about 7'IO: p. m., and and loose everything paid sacking for Yachts or for family'use. Fair dealing is lilY motto.
wait In charge of Major F. M. Taylor. you
certificates .
1'' nV embracing same land at Proprietor.FEED
Quite a number of people were at supper It is your own fault.:
r'r'Fine their face value without Interest and to
collect all subsequent taxes at a valuation at the time and did not see It, but Remember It Is the COMPANY, not the -- --- --- .- --- -

I I Liquors Wines Beers, of $:"<); and to allow the redemptionof those who were present report It as having Agent who pays the loss. I represent 10 T7T'C'S'V'JLLE: ;: II'D'ETtY:: ADL<
tax certificate No. 416, sale of 1SU3, been one of the best pyrotechnic displays of the best companies In the world, those
Ales Stout, Etc. and all subsequent lax certificates covering seen, In Tltusvllle In a long while. that everybody know am reliable. Why

8 Send me your orders! said land, at their face value with TUB: IIALL. place your Insurance with companies you AND WALK ?hll V ''ll ,e SADDLE nOR!
know nothing about 1 I want bus
out Interest and todollectall subsequent your
TITU.SVILLK and COCOA, FLORIDA. The ball commenced at 8:30:: o'clock loess and favor
said land appreciate shown me. j
tax certificates coveting at their ...STABLES... BUGGIES,
face value, without Interest and to col and continued until" midnight, under the CIIAS. S. HCIIUVLI2U< ,
Notice of Application for H'mlt lout all subsequent taxes at a valuationof management/ of W. (S. liraunnlng. The Tltusvtlle Agency. BAGGAGE ? ;I SHKRET-
$50; and to allow tho redemption of Opera house was peeked, and for a time Address JKNHKN!: Fr.A.
to Soil Win mill II
Liquors, OH cor.rUBUO there were BO dancers on the floor
tax certificate No. 810 sale of 1IKX, and many TRANSFER: 3 and TURXOrr*
all subsequent tax certificates covering that It was hard to get around. The
NllTH'K IS HKIIKHV O1VEV Tlf \T said Innd the without bumps and knocks however were all '
face _
at value In. IIAULINGETC. .
..k KiHI.kVliM. mod wlih I, th. Kounl. of taken In good part and everyone seemed / kinds.
'. .bred, and.collttct all subsequent omitted -
roiinly ( fninniliiiliMif, i>r Mmvanl l ( 'iiiity
VtorldK, lit. ai| |.ltoatlim. f'ra permlc' to H"I I)| taxes on a valuation of $::11I. without to be supremely happy Thoso who participated !.
liquor, wines mid .IIHIT In ".1....,Inn. I) mrlot :No. utercHt.TJio cune from various places along J. M. OSBAN & BRO,
.,of lalil .11..,, would TITUSVILLE -Rick ol: lie M. Robbins' ollilJoFLORII|
CfMiiityouil Mt"tej) that.uuhaI"" Koiud. tonk the books the Rust Const, mid many said they did I o.
) tux and
tlim will liawtml until llnaril. up
on liy nf rininty
remember till ilauca with fueilngs of .
t'otmul..Innur.ut their imxt rxitular niHntlnic, equalized' them.Deud ) ZRAro -- -- --- --- --- -- ----- ---- -- ----- -
whloli will l h a hellion. tin* tlrnt TU, ..HCIIV| In AIIIC- for right of way from F. W. Vom- much pleitmirp.Ami .
net. A, l>. IMia+ nt a n'nl.ink. hi the iiHornimn <>r so ended the Fourth July 11)0:1.!) :\
mid day and thiald HiKinl. liutvliv. uiillH iipciiinnv : stock and Ella M. Comstock was recelvxd -, '( Seeds For Summer
cltUeti of.uch Klnutlon': I Dmtrli'l who nmyiliwlre and II lyd. r'y 0 f Crops.
lo dn no. ti> .liiiw UIIII-P, If any thorn ho. On motion the Comptroller Is requested THE CITY OF JACKSONVILLE
Haiti C L
at the next ritffiilur! iiiifftliiMT of mild Idmrd, .
why mioli. iiernut Rhall not 1 he traiitnil tn the itn lo allow the redemption of tux certificate -' .
Iilliiant.II No. :a:11.: solos of 1UIM) and all mibiteqiienl II e
onlnr of the 1I0..r.IIf. (,runty CoininNnlnii.r tux certificates of their face value An ADVOCATK correspondent, writing J IR II7f Millets Sorghums, Soj.i Beans Velvet Beans Peanuts Chuf.is, Teonlnte. 6,
1 of llrovord County, 1"101'1.1.. till tlm 7lh day without Interest, and to collect all subsu- us from Hu too till week, says: That 7 r1 ti Beggarweedclean. _
of A. U.19(13.;
1 1t
able and staunch utoivmer, the City of
JOIIV It. omitted taxes a"lIllotll.
AI.Ii.U. queut on on a
.tmlriiutn of Board lit County iniiiilm.li.imr, valuation of $10 without Interest. .'ackllonvlll".lIo well known In Jackson wv'te.r ClLr :IE..A..S:

Hruvurd I utility, I'lorlila. The Board having Investigated the villa and other places along the Ml. iohnsRlvur ep y. --.1- Whlppn, Clays Wonderful Black Unknown, Ladyflngers.

white fly, and finding on the part of the in command of the popular Capt Clean Bright block; Lowest prices. Conch l'el&ll.io:\ i er (it., PoHtpiiid)) ; i'l 1
Jfotlco of Aiipllcatloii for 1'erinlt grove owners a lack of united f'lfol.tleelll I 1', W. Tamil ((4 In Doslon after a stormy "WHAT CAN'T BE CURED peck; $42;) bushel. '

that until those most Interested showan passage from Jacksonville.This Poultry Supplies Stock Food, Insecticides, Garden I I)').... FertilizersL
to Hell LIq uorM, AVIiieM nUll Deer Inclination to themselves the well known Clyde steamer Is now MAY BE ENDURED"If
help ,
CAMERON. The Seed Store
Board Is to on her old summer run between Boston
ntTIILIO MITICK: IS! HKRKIIV I<: (1IVKV: TIIAT toward unwilling the destruction appropriate of anything the- Hasa Point and Nahaut and is dallycarrying you're Insured.r then the wiping 1 1,4 East Bay Street JACKSONVILLE, FLASpecial .
.L It. I. MO'I'LOW h... niuil with the Hoard of big crowds At Nahant Is the,
white IIv therefore on motion, the order out of house shop --- --------- -
lire -----
County CoiiiuilrtMtoner of llrevant ; your or factory by +---------- ------
flnrlila, 111. aiipltnatlim; ; : : fur a :iwrmlt; County tot m-ll 1 passed at the April meeting appro- famous Tudor hotel, which Is HO well means only a temporary inconvenienceyour -
t .1'luor.wh.I ,,"and l hoer In I Klxntlou<: IXHtrlut No. 1)1'1 all lilt $;.00 for this purpose Is hereby taken care of by Mr and Mrs. WilliamCatto loss Is mode good and can start
J,nf Bald County nml Htato i that minli' amillaatinu I lOHclmlod. formerly lit( Jacksonville.Mr. lOll Attention !
+ will lit acted mi liy Natd l rioanl of County afresh with the money any 0 staunch
roiumtmilimBn tliolr ....x( KUlur mwetlnif, On motion, the printing of1'the laws Tom Lund, jr., will soon join bin and! sterling Insurance companies will\
which will ID, I hBliI on the oral 'I'u,," A. U. UNI: at II ii'oliMikin the afternoon to the Hlar. by her daughter, Is visitingher
Bald day and" the mild lloanl linrnhy oalln upon, given -OIVRN TO MAIL ORDERS FOR-
mother In New but
Jersey they are
On Commissioner ; Branning &
any oltlwn of null Klmitloii Dlmrlnt who tuay motion Conkling Morgan ,
delra to do a<>, to Mhow cause. If-kny thor be, Is oonltuued on the rook committee. expected In Boston In a few weeks. Hardware Tinware Crockery Glasswa
1 1t at the ""hlll"u 'mail lunotliiK or *old Hoard, On motion the polling place of Precinct Capt Lund and Purser Seabrook are Fire and Life Insurance Agents ,
why auelt ptirinft not ba Krantotl to Ilia ap-
|illi'ant. No. 111! Is changed from Grant to very popular' with the travelling public TITUSVILLK FLA.
and received a warm welcome their and Stoves.
Hy order of the Hoard of Coiitty Coinnilnalnn.r Ml coo. upon .
of Mravaril County, riorlila' Lids the Till day, the Is arrival Boston.HOTEL .
On Comptroller
of July, A.O.tuoa. request L tf Our Stock Is
.fCllfJ Complete and We Can Fill Orders Promptj
R. WALKKH ed to make an order allowing the Clerk:
liatrnianot Honrd ot County ri>innil...li>in.r,. or the Circuit Court to assign tax cot'till. GRANADA BURNED.The E. Ycsey Hall
jlravard County, Ktorldn. cute No1. 31:1: sales of 1tlIa.> upon payment Jas. Pritchard c& Son. |
of Its face value and Interest, and
t Undo County Land I'or Hale. to allow the redemption of all other outstanding Hotel Granada, at Eon. Oallle, Itl...,
owned Oleason Brother & Co. Postoflice Box: 212: ,
certificate or their face value' by was
'for sale, cheap, the northeast quarter without Interest end to collect all subsequent totally destroyed by Ore un the afternoonof t"U.s"'V111.e.: :' F1.orida.:
'Ot southeast quarter of section 3, township omitted taxes on a valuation of Monday, the lith. There was no Insurance Boat builder
:1S: south of range 41 east; close to $10, without luteiest. on the building and the loss Is -- ---- -- -- -
O. K. Wood's pineapple plantation an On motion the Sheriff Instructed to about U ,OOO<( Allot the valuable furniture .

St Lucle River; 40 acres I hire out the convict Sam Manning (sentenced and furnishings were saved. The LAUNCHES AND HOUSEBOATS FOR SALE|
Also the northeast quarter of northeast to 8 months,) to U. W. .Monroe hotel was built of solid out stone and
quarter of section 18, township 88, A Co. at $IS per montli' was one of the most handsomely finished
south of range 41 east; on south fork of On motion the application of W. J. houses In the State. JKOKGIANA, FLA.
4II St. Lucle River; 40 acres Apply to Tucker (or Election !District No. U, F. For ten years this has been the best Launch Juanlta :J.jx)7g'x2.; standing top
CHAM. II. N.U.TON. A. I.oHley, for Election District No. 2; and most comfortable all-year-round hotel 14 h.
Tttiisvllt, KU and K I. Motlow Election District Nos.J on the Inutao River anti was a groat p. Buffalo Motor, speed 10 miles.

: and 4, for l permit to sell liquors In favorite stopping. place for tourists and IIodgson Bros. Launch BuHalo ;Hx8x2; standing top 7

tr:: When answering advertisements aforesaid liistilcts, were received tiled the traveling public. It will not only bea h. p. Buffalo Motor speed 8 miles.
In these columns you would confer a and ordered published according to law. great loss to Eau Oallle, but to the entire Launch Rover '
ii AU UALLIE INDIAN 2"x1(xatj: glass cabin
East We understand that RIVER FLA.
Coast ,
Bond of F." J. Webb with
+( favor by saying you saw the advt. In the as principal 0 h. Miaroiia
EAST COAST AI>VOCATK. Uy so doing C. II. Walton and J. A. Colllmt as sureties are now being made to build a Marine p. Motor speed 7 miles.
you will receive butter attention from to carry a Smith A Wesson pistol larger hotel on the same site. It Is hoped Railway. House-boats, IOxJO: and 10x35.: Engines

the advertlspis. No. 121)232): : : caliber 38, was approved. that It can be completed In time to open General Merchants and Ship Chandlers. or bulls will be sold separately
Petition of W. E. Chandler el al, and for the tourist IIII""on.FLORIDA 'I ,
taxpayers of the :2nd district prayingfor -Special Facilities.. Geo. R. Wallace, Agt. West Palm BeachWellBred

t ,l lI lh Wool Wool. a special levy of live mills for road PINEAPPLES. ror Hauling Out, Storing and Repairing
purposes, was compared with tbe registration ,
and tax books, and after careful Yachts and Lannolies.Nentlou .
comparison the Board found that a majority Referring to Florida pineapples a New the ADVIWATB when
had signed the s.ime. Ou motion. York paper says: "Prices of Florida writing. Cigars.
the same Is granted. pineapples have advanced Soon a crate

Clear, White Wool . 2Oo lb. Letter ol II. T. OltTord was referred this week, and the tendency Is atlllnp- Land For Sale. --
I to the Commissioner of that district fur ward. 'Iorldagrower made the experiment OUR 5-CENT BRANDS
Wool .
Clear. 170 lb.
action. of shipping several oars of pineapples -
N (Bales or Sacks.) On motion, the bid of the Art Metal to England/ this year. The attempt I73> acres first-clans pineapple land "SAN MATEO" '"
Was lIucuea ful. The fruit arrivedIn desirable front, on St. Lucle river at a
7-ft Alligator Skins $1 K2O; Construction Co., for furniture for vault"
6-ft .0 85c. and Clerk's otllce amounting to $S5l; .20, good condition and sold well, bringing bargain. For reasonable,V. W. terms write. Made from the choicest Florida leaf. s
about the same return to the grower Lrcic
R fi-ft 66c. Toe Chairman! received the following that he gets In New York. Last year Tlbbals Fla.

4-ft .. It 30c. Itemized estimate from the Board of Florida fruit was shipped to Californiafor "SILK OPERA"The

3-ft I. . 25c. Public Instruction : the first time. This year about :10 TITUSVILLE'S TRAINS.The highest grade of Imported IIavana. '

I Dry Flint Hides. '. . 13Jc lb. OFFICK OK tin or Pun. INSTRUCT', t carloads" were shipped there and results e o
Brevurd Co.. July 1, 101). ( were suite satisfactory. Heretofore,
Green Salted Hides . 6)0 lb. They're well bred e
f To lion. Jno. R. Walker chairman; and Europe supply has been obtained near following are the times of arrival -well grown In the
Wax . . . . .27c lb. Board of County Commissioners : er home and Californian has Imported and Departure of passenger trains to and leaf Iateo, and made In our clean airy San / i
The Board of Public Instruction In : from Hawaii but the success of these fromTltunUle: factories by competent American fy
D. KIRKLAND session. this day found the following experiments has apparently opened an .OimillOPJID.LMTM You .
funds necessary for school operations In entirely new outlet for Florida fruit. TltnuTllI for Miami and I J J16 p m smoke the pure and fragrant realUy .,
KIrkland Block. llrevard county for the school year beginning ant..rmedlate polnu st I 10:M p m when you use these brands. 4? ,

.Tltn Tlll tor JaeluonTllIa. I
June :Ktb. 1PO4: remember the ADVOCATK office, and sad lutenu..Hsto points at I S.Uani 1.:Id pot San Mateo Cigar and Tobacco Factories
Reading notice ads. on this page li yiiint of ItI'P.vatu.. .,. issue do not fall to send us a share of your Tttnsvtlle for !!Ianrord. ,

tie nve cenU per line per week. (Continued on 4th page.) work We will please you. A.rrlvM TUuivlll from 8aofordl- :1:-ns IItI1'.aa Lilt S. W. ROWLEY, SAN MATED FL

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