East Coast advocate
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 Material Information
Title: East Coast advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: July 24, 1903
Publication Date: -1891
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071720
oclc - 34175701
notis - AKR0019
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System ID: UF00079908:00252
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-Mi. {V, II. Robinson, of Eldred was -Mr.\ E. L. Brady, after spending n AMONG THE HOTELS. ?t

LOCAL NEWS,% EAST COAST ADVOCATE PRINTING OFFICE. a recent visitor to town. couple Miami yesterday.Mrs.of days In. Titusville, returned to

of General Int.erest. -Do you want to buy a nice, gentle Visitors to Jacksonville are advised to
,1(,I Topic Florida beau: If you do, read the ad vt. -: It. Walton, of Clifton, was in stop at thOHO hotels. whoso ads. are on

on this page. town Friday last, on her way to Sea- our 7th page
THE ADVOCATE, breeze tor few !
n days:
in advance. Messrs. Miller Rest and Losley left '('ho Seaside Inn, Goodull, Is commencing -
11.50: per" six months, .. here, yesterday, for Daytona, to attend a Little! Miss Helen Wilson, of Titus-' ,: to tilt with guests, and Mr. Stewartnow :

Lot 100: to foreign countries. meeting of the Commaudery., vii ho, returned home yesterdav) horn wears a pleasant smile ''
)per an. 'tPGSxr where she has been visiting
subscribefor the ADVO- 1 1 Ii, WANTED-UED SPANISH P1NEAP- Dnytoim, Tho :210-foot extension of the Claren ,e '

hen you the your, it does not cost you plo plants. Address' P. O. Ilex Lug!, IMtANNING .% 1IORU.WII.r.. write don Inn ocoan plor'at Soabieer.o: completed

'conts by per week, postage included. Orlando, Kl.i., stating price per 1,000)( your Insurance In tho strongest companies and\ Is gioat attraction to euestH

d.lte of expiration i printed upon delivered heie. ) making you us mite as a United as well I a" the cottage colony. The fish

"rte wrapper every week. This States }send. uo biting,: ipilto lively now, and ax a result
paper or -1\11'11. A. W. llnio and son, Master
No need parties are being m:ide
receipt for your money. Wednesday Senator Frank W. Sams of NewSmyrna many III'tlally
Jim Hule, returned to Tltunvllle : : ,
nnd thucatobesaieexoeedlng those Ifa
Lito end receipt for subscription.. weeks' visit with relatives In Jacksonville Friday ,
after a two wits on Tho
of (
teenier regul.u.Saturday
i date elves It to you. Is on In Georgetown, S. OMr. acid Saturday: last, greeting his many night hop years ut tho Clarendon Inn 'pavilion, j.'t
us EAST news-stands, at five -:! A. P. Curry, of Miami, who has lust week was the usual enjoyable event, vI I
at the following been on a visit to Ills parents Manatee: DON'T FAIL TO tonE; E. A. {V x dr lull, with liiruo' attendance from tho )jtonlnsular -

t u per copyItgsvliioB.:. R. Wilson & Son. J paesed through TltuMville, Wednesday: Miami, If you want to l bnv I Inrprovednnd and Daytona silo
route linen :Mr. Cuiiywas accompanied unimproved lands Pilces to suit ,
>u val hotel. Tho Continental hotel, Atlantic Bench,
.. Windsor hotel. J e L by his sister, MNH: | Ella G. Curry, nil parties. In ono of the llnest hotels, on the entire! a,

Oilvot. News stand NT36Off E : of Man.itcn, who goes to Miami for a visit -1\11'.110"1\11'" II. A. Koy Mid little gill, Smith Atlantic count. Miinngor/ Jus. P.
,. stand Union depot / of a month or so. uml his talented wife
News n +av I of Diij'toim, inilvud at the Indian River Vlnlng am always

anti] Beach Hotel Continental -:\ .... :Mary E Webber ami son, Mr.Frank hotel, 'I'll II..V 1110, on Wednesday, to spend on hand wild a full force of assistants, b
Webber, of the Southern ExpressCo. ; a few days. mid the t hotel Is In splendid,. condition)

., left Tltusvlllo, Wednesday, for a entertain the tttieain, of guests that meililly
notice ads. are ten cents WITH EVERY: ($tlOOO) CASH Plea
Heading a f. I t 1 I I Ih i visit of month or two at their old home : thronging Us halls. Tho fact that
line on tills p.ice.; In Augusta, Maine, from which place.. chase from July 27 to .'t leg. I a beiiutiful Ml. and Ifs\ Vlulng have been' Installed
Jaidlnleie free. J. A. Walker ACo
Attorneys Jas. E. Andrews, of Fort they came: to Tltusvillo some nlxtern. at tho Continental aMMiues all-comer

fee; and, R. H. Sevmour, of Miami, .t 16t years ago, and\ this Is their first visit to ., Tit 1111 V lIle. that they will bit well eared for. The

ole town on Tuesday. the old home -There will bo a mooting of Indian otlloo In also well looked after by Metism.Dtnlel .

Ulvor Lodge No.' HO, F. & A. M. at their lluywo.nl and C. (I. Gardner, who yare
real estate
MIAMI has h"lInwelll..I.I.eMl"ntPllln
V.WADDELL, -The bur of Dade' county
of real liidue-rontu In the Indian River hotel always courteous and obliging to the
choice bits thin )
(alor has some Tltiihvillu week .Tltiisvlllu, this (Friday) evening guests On /Saturday' night last there
tate for sile. Call upon him. IF YOU ARE A MERCHANT OF NOTE, YOU CANNOT DO J5ETTK7J THAN the metropolis of Dade having sent us wore IDS guests at the Continental. ,
quite a few followers of lllackhtone. AN UP-TO-DATE T.INIo": \ GENTLEninu's ; -
-M I, G. W. Cannold postofflce Inspect- PLACE YOUR AD. IN Tin EAST COAST ADVOCATE. Among those who have been In town shirts just received! $I.k'( ,

was in town, Tuesday,Taylor.checking up __ n_______ ___ ._. .._ _________ ____ ._ were : Juntos T. Sanders, II. F. Atkinson .":"o; lido mill 50o. Rest shirt on the Sulphur Springy!' for Hale. it
accounts of Postmaster W. S.: Graham: W. R. Anno, W. W. Eimt Coast for a dollar, J. It. Walker t V

CLOSE OUT.-All spring,: and sumerdrena Postmaster Taylor went to Sharpe, KEMEMUKU; E. A. WADDELL, MIami Erwin and R. II. Seymour A\ Co., Titutlville.Mrll. The famous Avon Sulphur Springs located
next week, at first Wednesday, returning to Titusvllle yea Is the man to go to If you want
goods, at Avon N. Y.
of Miami has T. of Miami Is Livingston
a good Grove, Pineapple Plantation or -Mr. W. W. Erwin, F. Badge In
Co. Tltusvllle.Mr terday. 1I1n.llneIl1l1-
R. Walker &
it. I About ono hUII.h'uIIIICI'IOR of
of this town her and
Vegetable Farm. boon In town a couple days or so parents Captain
R. D Iloke of Jensen, who has -Pineapple offer to men with small week, rupiHsentlng some law cases. ho 1\11'\ ... James I'rltchard. Mrs. liudgo's ing about twenty acres of httlmtlfnll'I\rk, P

1 a on 11 trip to New York and AsheX capital. Look span. ply for \V'. W. Luce' -The usual Wednesday evening dancein foro Judge Jones. Mr. Erwin Is noted many TltiiHvlllo lends. are always pleased five springs\ of sulphur water and I a llrst- t
% i I., was a passenger onIon; ad. on page 8. the Tltusvlllo Opera house was well criminal lawyer and came from Minneapolis to see her In town. class half mile noon truck These springs
route home. atteuded, and all\ the participants spent the East Coast owing to the produce thin finest sulphur water" known.
siontlibound train, en to
Fiiendshlp Chapter No. 11, Order Miss Lucy lionker of Jensen bus '
For further address
evening partlculais
a enjoyable ,
very his has formeda
Asheville.'AXTEDBUCKFI.ORIDA. health of wife. He e
left Mm. Uoke at of Eastern'; :Star: had their usual meeting poor been visiting :Miss Annie Jones In Tltusvill O. S. CIIAFPOTIN: ; -' '

HEn on Tuesday evening.Mr. SEWING MACHINES, why not have law partnership with Graham A Patterson ..., fur tine past week, and Is now visiting tf 2.1 Exchange St., Rochester, N. Y.
and leave doubt the (Inn,
one, :$5.00: down ta.on) per month until we no
Miss\ Ethel Wilson until next
Also Squirrelother week
r wanted at once. -: D. S. Porter, former popular It stands will be more successful
paid for. "Agents terms. You cnn as now ,
Florida animals and birds. when she will return porno '
jeweler of Tittisvil'e' Is now doing quitea them Walker's Tltusvllle than ever.FURNITUIIE. '
Address. get at DEATH OF MRS. SUTTON. / ij
must be icasonable.
:01 I good business In Jacksonville. -The TltiiMvllle Prusbvloilan Sunday
Ostrich Farm,Jacksonville, Fla.Stv -Dr, (r. DeO. Scltnylor, of Canaveral, : !SOLD DlllKCT TO CONsumers School gave a picnic lit Mr.f" lloye place, I!
painter -Mr. F. M. Woolen, of the turpentine has gone to Miami, wheru| he will piac at wholtiMHlu pilous for oiiHh.We abmit four miles south of Tltnsvllle! ". Mrs J. O.! Sutton tiled at her home) in
McNeil\ hanger, y"
paper farm at Turnbnll, was among the pleasant Dr. his IHHUU. sepaiatefolders for eiicli kind Wolcott N. Y. lath
decorator, solicits a shaieof the patmeoi lice medicine Scliuylor many 'lei'tiny. It wile well attended by the t Monday July at
visitors to town on Wednesday. carried Mock. Write for
lends. Itrevnrd county, who wish him of furniture nu..n. from dlabotls.
of Tltusvllle and teachers and pupils of the school.
.I people '
Es- FURNITURE FURNITURE, FURNI- every success In his new Hold of labor a folder< of the- k I lid of goods you wish, Mrs. Dutton wan a sulToror from thl
East Coast. Prices reasonable limit and will do there Col. \\'. It Anna of Miami's I
Calund namu price we one tumble for several' and spent a
LeaveratK ture. Wo can and will please you. yours
J. R. r. Chadwlrk Sweden \Furniture Com well-known InwyiiiH" who Is In town to with her daughter, Mrs. G F. Pml-
E C. Lunch ;bland:; Tltusvllle. Walker see&, or Co.write Titusville.Mr. for prices.. one cent apiece, f. o. b. your shipping pany, 15 1712I\ : an I 2:1: West KoiHyti.Htieet. dav, Is keeping "bachelor's hull," hiswife year dlson, at Knit;/ u Gullle. In hopes that ''

point, for good, sound fiulr, packed In Jacksonville Florida. Reference having to Llthtn (hi. would I
Attorney Jas T. Sanders, a former i gone Springs, rhiuigo climate help her. Hhe kr
\ J. H Hockad.iy; superintendentof crates boxes or barrels, C. J. Manon National hank of Jiicksonvllln, accompanied her daughter Mrs. Cur;
nit resident of Tlrusville, was in ) by returned to New York I Stale last December ,
ion Monday, attending to law mat- the bout hern Express; Company, hall Guava Jolly and Candy Co., Jacksonville by permission. aug-UH:.! pen IeI'. knowing that the change had not

before Judge M. H. Jones. Mr. {lust returned from < uba, where he found! Fla. delayed the advance of the disease
-\1'11: George M. Kobblni, :Masters -Dr. Miller the dentist, of West Palm
,lent-who IB always a welcome visitor the weather' anything but cool. -Mr. W. K. Hardee, who had beeu to Rufus and Richard Robblns and Id re. D. llenoli who canto to Titiisvllln for n The end on mo suddenly, and the first

fltI1Hvlllo-l" prosecuting\ attorney -Mr. Wm. M. Brown, of Tltusvllle, see his wife In St. Augustine, was W. Monroe left here, yesterday, for ....ck- week, has remained! here three Weeks. new that Mrs. Pnddlson received wan a ,

(bob lounty, with headquarters at has purchased an $V/00 residence at among Monday's southbound piisHenperft Honvlllo and Ashevlllu, N. C., to spend a lie says he has had! so many patients to lel"Ilall1futulay! afternoon announcing J"

ml Miami' but whether Mrs; Brown will on his way home Mrs. Harclee week or so. Mr. Rol>blus accompanied, attend to Hint hn does not know what her mollier'H death. She left on the r

Mr mil :Mis. J. D. Rahner, of St. leave her cozy home In Tltusvllle to re- had undergone an operation) and was the buys RM far aa Jacksonville on the day ho will bt! able to return home. midnight train salving In Wolcott }
side In the county town of getting along nicely under the Clue of train and met Mesdames Thursday noon, In time for the funeral. ,
.inline returned home Monday permanently early rnoinlng ,
-Mr, I), \Y, Monroe who had beenon
n 1 a short visit to Mr. Rahner' sister Dade, remains to be seen. Ur. S. (I. Wuiley, St. Augustine's well- Robbins and Jlonr.e on the train thatarrived Ono other daughter, !Miss Wynona C'. I /
a visit to bU turpentine farm, to- Keu of Cleveland O survive Mr .
known IhyslclanDul'lng In the In the evening. i
lackatock. Kahner Is do- metropolis
S. Mrs.
J. SOLD] DIRECT TO CON- turned boos Monday. He was .
FURNITURE on accompanied !Duttnn, who was a daughter of the late
ted with St. which has the Civil War between the Mr. Robbins saw them "felyon
Augustine for cash. -
Burners at wholesale prices by Master\ Wufford Cone a Dr. Wm. Fee of Melhoimin.\
n liei home only for a short while, We Issue separate folders for each kind North and South, Capt. Henry K. Jones, Aslievllle, and will return home to cousin of Mis. Monroii'it, who will visit Her llr.it husband died In Canada '
:.her Mr. which New Conn. father of Mrs day. Mis. Robbins has n cousin residingIn \ \
marriage to Rabner furniture carried in stock. Write of Hartford ;Mr. and Mrs. Monroe for a munth or "0. Home twenty It
'quilt' lately. She Is a charming for a folder of the kind of goods you Wm. M. Brown, of Tltusvllle and Miami, ,A"hevllle-Mr. Murphy! prominent years ago r .
>,and, it will not be long ere she has wish price limit and we will do was shot In the shoulder at the battle of attorney. -Miss Grace Reed, Tltiuvllle's candidate ---

''t of friends along the East Coast.WIT the rest., name Chadwlck-Swaim:: Furniture Antietam, Md., tho bullet remaining In -The ADVOCATE: Is In receipt of a.newspaper ,. for the Tlm n.Union's World's Fair MARRIED IN CHICAGO 6

: t-i-17-lII-1l1nll -J.t: West For his shoulder until a few days ago, whenIt from Naples,called 11 Mattlno, Commissioner, In making a good race. -
!KB TO CON.mol'1l Company,
surface and Itertha Three days after entering she had :J20
the was pulledout the Misses
Jacksonville Floilda. came to In which it refers to t'hard
at wholesale for cash. yth Street, Married at the residence of Miss Wll-
prices All of resident
votes our are clipping
Jones. For a great Scbafer-Trower formerly of
by Capt. many and Adele
National Bank( of Jackson }
e issue each kind Reference, No. :2-11 Dearborn ChloaKO
\ folders for avenue
separate and hope to Miss Grace ,
this bullet baa been a fond companion Jacksonville this talented daughters of coupons, we neo )
: ,
aug28Mr. : years lit r
furniture stock. Writera ville, by permission. on Wednesday the l.Mh Instant
carried In
of the Captain, and has stuck to Mr. and ;Mrs Harold K.: Trower who' secure the coveted plum.
folder of the kind of good Mr. Jno. K. AI, Hodgsop, of Eau: Gallle, I
you McFarland.of trlbuln-
Wm. all his "trials and of Napes
him through have been located at Capri- Kay :
'''di. do -The marriage Is announced of Mr. :Mrs Sarah O. M. J). of Chica
name price limit, and we will\ lame Is to-day at Mc- Jones In. to Sharp, ,
tent protection hltlonllStill/ to Capt. several The Item-as
years. Marvin Thomas and Miss Jennie Cur f
/ and be ,
"out riiadwIck-Swalm Furniture with Korepaugh's A Sells his old- \go. !\fl'. Mrs. Hodgson will at :
Comb III. Itil "This the
at morning
parting company translated :
"' pleased -says ry, of Tiraldentown, which occurred at home their friends after the U'Jnd! \ instant
'Jipauy 1:1-17-1021: and3:! West Forth tho lath: Instant the circus to : {
On Antietam. Consul
Circus. time friend from hardly expresses Misses Schafor, daughter of British '
Asheville V. ( Wednesday
street Jacksonville, Florida. people lead a rattle for a 71 caret diamond It. The best of friends must part.Gnrtlller' Harold K. Trower, left Naples forNew 15th.; Mr., Thomas,, on I lie a former residentof July at Plnewood Lodge, Eau Gallle,
'fercnce \< 11&.
N'ational Jackson.
Bank of several
: be valued at
to and will within ,
ring, return a
,le. b) permlHsion. aug-28:.!!: thousand dollars. There were only iVX) ) York, be the because year Cocoa, and Is now manager of the The bride In a lady of charming char-
We hope may csxe, Co. Ml lets
Braldentown Drug Curry was
nctei'Istlcn and has" a bout of friend both
of ,.
M\ tII..1 I chances for Ihls valuable piece prop. Flyer handsome and winning
A. McDonald! and son-In. these two yoi\ng one of liraldentown' popular young ladles north and I south ; while the In ,
M'. .1.' K. Reilly, of Miami, were erty, and Mr. McFarland. was the lucky ladles have won for themselves the ap- ; a daughter! of the late Henry 1<'. well. and favorably known all along groom the f fEast

gingers( on" Saturday's northbound man to get the ring. Mac Is now and wearIng Is- FLINCH) the new card game, nil)o. preciation of all our people as well as the Curry, and a nelne of1 I'll. Chas H; Coast-especially on Indian River

n., en route, to Harris Springs, S. C., dUmouda bigger/ than ever, Croquet sets Tennis sets, HALLM. foreign colony through their charming Garthslde, of Miami.In We join In wishln(

'in Mrs. Reilly and Miss Kitty Moaid overflowing,: with cash. Screen cloth 12. ots. per yard, roll $2.00. characteristics. They have always addeda long life of connubial bllssandcuntfnued
who weeks sinkers /flies. of gaiety wherever they wont, and addition to the list of the strongest y
preceded them some -Dr. Walter S. Graham and son, Rob- Fish hooks, lines note prosperity
Mr Ucilly' blight little girl Hel- three weeks' Alarm Clocks, 89! cent, : their absence will leave decided void In Fire Insurance Companies In tho !
bin who have been on a special. ----- -- -- --
Marie, accompanied them. Mrs. Philadelphia stopped over atll- Furniture, Dry Goods, Shoes.C. Capri." We have no doubt the many world, represented by liraunlng A Morgan r
J"ualil "IOOH not intend to stay away trip to until yesterday, Jacksonville and Indian River friend of agent. Tltusvllle, Flat they (have RETURN TO DAYTONA.
Wednesday Fla.
tusvllle from GAKDWBK, -
added four which
learn recently more, are
will be to
long, IIH her husband-Contractor their borne at Miami. Ihey these young ladies glad r
,malil, -wll j\ need her company at en route to trip to Philadelphia, but that they are still In "the land of the known to every one: The Liverpool A Mr. and M..... E.: D. Langwortby have ,
:' Beach had a pleasant '1'heInrvelolilf Success of The Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Porcber, of London A Globe Fire insurance Co., .. #
,; this summer, while he Is found the weather very warm In the living. arrived at Daytona from n two-month :
Continental Fire Insurance Co. I'hus-
'liar the Cocoa-their uncle and aunt-have gone ,
Breakers Graham lie has wedding tour to the PnclHo coast Mr.
Dr. n.iys
Visible Typewriter
Quaker City. Oliver and nix Firetn.arance/ Co., and the Hartford I
to New York to meet them they
but finds the Langworthy I owner and proprietor of c
IE.S-lt places.
win\ please you to see what visited good many will then visit Mr. and Mrs. Delo A ; the latter having been transferred
of Florida superior the Rldgewood one of Daytona' largest
1 are ''jffeHnjr! ,In ,hoes for yourselves climate of the East Coast and this week. Read display ad. on 8th rand ;
a the of them-especially as a Gentlemen returning from the North Hlodgett, at Grand Rapids, Mlcb., page. most popular hotels. Mr*. Lang-
-hildren. We like to show any and East astounded at the wonderful Mr. and Mrs. ri. H. Peck, at I'etoskey,
are Iilcle
the round. worthy wan formerly 11'11. Virginia e
01 .J.I K,, Walker & TI u8V\11e.\ place to reside all year -We have lest received a subscription
and visit
will also
progress of the Oliver typewriters, Mich. The Misses blank from the Indian Klver Inlet Aoclatlon *. mond, and a sinter of Congressman K.
the number In use In New York and Daytona and Kockledge next winter and all wishing to subscribe W. Taylor, of Ohio, and own an attractive 1
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Are You Going North ? Wagons for Hale. Hoston. Mr. Thomas II. Smith the WANTED-CULL PINES: -WILL PAY : to this cause-which we think I I. of Interest winter cottage, where they will reside 1
prominent attorney, said that he saw f. b. shipping to along Indian hirer until October, when they leave for yr,
stock of one rent a piece, o. your everyone ,
t Your I now have on hand a large nothing but Oliver typewriters every. point, for good, sound fruit, packed. In and that all should subscribe accordingto Mr. Iangworthy' seaside cottage In k
tickets *
over the Clyde Line 3-lncb tireona-hor.e wagons which
use over
Jk 2-1 neb tire and where. One concern, crates, boxes or barrels. O. J. Manon their mean*-will find the blank attheADvooAraoffice. Rhode Inland. The winter will be spentat
to New York. delivered at machines this made
that can be twenty-five type, the KIdgewood.
once. \ and Co. Jacksonville contemplate M
'; Guava Jelly Candy They
HAS. II. 'V ALTON, Agent, R. E. MIMS the statement that the reason was, that
the dredge to work In about
Tltusvllle, Fla. Tltusvllle, Fla. not only old operators, but beginner can Kla. starting
three weeks, and If any thing should FISHING AT TITUSVILLE.
do faster work by not lifting the carriage.
the from
York World of May ID, : For Hale. happen to prevent dredge goIng -
New says Horse
Cull The
IMnen Sale. work that time will
For at
Land to you
"After only six: yearn of manufacture the Fishing from the railroad wbarf, with I "
called for the
Oliver Company Is producing more typewriters First-claas family and work hone. be on money hook and line, Is still excellent, and big

pa1 "'ne cent apiece, f. o. b. your 12,000 acres of the Hanson Grant, i than any other company, and if Single and double buggy. Mingle wagon,: 11') CKNTSALK-Monday. July 27th, any i catcher are dally being made by those /a

'din Prates boxes sound fruit fronting 8t. Lucie River, with Florida the present ratio of Increased demand and two eU of harness.W. Item In the large window, OU cent, who try their luck at rlsblng. Among P

'* Glillva, or trrela. C. Js East Coast Railroad running through It. continues to January 10O5, the Oliver K. HARI>KK: :, many thing worth double tilill amount. those who have hauled In the largest

Pi* Jelly and andy: Co..JackIe. A choice property. Company will be producing more typewriter U Jensen Fla.CloInif see them, Monday. 3. K. Walker trout this week I III Mr. C. D. Came, chief

C. BJCKMA: than all the other manufacturer Co., Tltuivllle.1 clerk of the Indian River hotel.

Jacksonville, Fla. In the world combined." Out Sale. .

Closing Out Sale. Mr. Grivot In the Dyal-Upchurch TO BISHOP GRAY.
Wanted.Will .
building Bay street., Jacksonville, U the Cull Canes
Dear For Sale. these machines la }Florida We tee Belling our entire stock of Dry -
lustier selling -
bar received .1,000: ) from
:?G.'e"ln {: our entire tock of Dry end be has lost 33;: pouodsln the last fourmonth Goods, Oent' Furnishings, hats, Shoe, Bishop Gray
Florida Bear, about two \ apiece: f. o. b. a friend to apply on the payment on the
? Furnishings Hats Shoes For sale, a with the business. Hardware, Matting, Oil Cloth, Crock pay one cent your
"a' Owner baa no keeping up sound Church Home and Hospital at Or
\! for fruit rlaredo.
good new
Matting old. Very gentle. of cot. Hale will shipping, point ,
Oil Cloth Crock- repair
yeara' Grivot ban a complete shop ery, etc.,
ere. will sell at a Mr The Anal will be
and boxes barrel C. J. payment
It In crate or
reardle of cost. Sale will\ time to look after for all makes of typewriters, close July 31st. Come early. Do not packed ,
July,' 1st. Address, O. E. Coon Manon Guava Jelly and Candy Co., Jacksonville made, and the Institution will start on
Come early. Do not reasonable price. and work from any part of the State will delay. :!,
IU of uaefullnes free from debt.I .
G. E. COO, F. )(. "00TJ'f.Turnboll. Fla. have prompt attention. tf 34)ul) Jensen, Fla. \ Fla.

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bang and It prevents my JetUrig you go' OLD ENGLISH HOMES. GENERAL DIRECTORY.

"' riAILlN( p Of'fi \ buck He to pretended Dixie." to be badly hurt and The llnll Wn-the-rlnelmt Apartment u. 8. 8t.XA-r"BS.: "

Mldillv: A.... J. fallaferru,.. .. . ,
the .
p I was very lenient with him permit In 8. R. Mallory.. . .. ''''Q',>
<{ '\ ting him to sit beside the road till better Amid all the lutury of a modern 1 Damps asserted, "Too much meat U. 8 CONGRE..o1"a: '

Sjict1o't able to mount He took out n whitehandkerl'hl..t tome It In hard to realize: how our Jim Robert, Davla,. .
and made great display unrestors lived In whAt In summer causes too much heat. H. :M.Bparknian,. .. I'tlii
_c.umm AnRlo-Suxon; shall eat all summer lone Win. N. Liunar. . . Tin
What we
his face condition of utter \I ,,
of It. wiping the blood from now would seem n ""'*

tl;: 5INESS.It' It was not long after this that followIng discomfort. Comfort<< was, however That, without meat, shall keep us strong, H. 8. (Chubb U.. .8.. .LAND. .. in i i It I.

bill glance down the road 1 saw a gradually evolved and the prest4mt article And in the best of summer trim ? W. Q. Robinson,.. 111'1:10'O

'l a ex De Inner: troop of Confederate cavalry coming deals with the time when n re- Why Force,' of course,laughed "Sunny lce.. at Oamt-HMM' ,. p'' ", "?..e.ltsta'

like the wind lu a second I was on flaK onii<{:.rm of domestic, life was Jim... FLORIDA LEiisl.1I; II I nK. :
N. Dlmlck, Palm Kua< h.
., my horse uml nwuy. but\ bu was wind first 11f' llInhllo( to assert Itself.In W. H. Jones, TlttiHVllle, ]Ip.l: ., :NlIU'nut;
<....1. I was caught", and taken back. this connection It must be remembered EXECUTIVE ".::1' \11'1"11 ', r

..-- Q aabtw "Yank." said my sergeant. "1 cnii'1 that during the middle ages lu Wm. 8. ,1enniiif, ,

/ Oir go buck nn the uniform. I'm so delighted England there was u general revolution H W.,Clay V. Knott Crawford. ...... .... .. SOl r,...'mn '-;r ",

at escaping the gallows and so III society A new class hud lately .Tames 14. Vthltfleld.n,,, ,"
for kindly sympathy that Into existence! Feudalismhad W. N. Shunts. . Hin.t iH" i iH. I ,\'01\0:
: orc
grateful your sprung "
.... MoUn.! Conum-M "," ,' 'j"Alonso
I'm going to let you go Buck to camp. I hewn destroyed and the middle and C. ('room. . ( ?" ,
anil J.Clilforil R. "Foster t.i i..,. ,; I If
4 (!lve my regards to your general lower elements of the population were '
d )QJt John Bradford,.. HI, ,,'r" "
1 j tta7lPsAAaaitb tell" him that If It hadn't been for you rising. 'The .a47'to.8eno Ctnal R. E. Hone, .. .. nixie I.i ST: ,
Cnptiilii Ueveily, of the -th Confederate With their social betterment came nn Others atTalliihanae< .i'," nit8UTKEME

cavalry would have burned the bisbridge Improvement both In house construction the strength of meat CO CRT .11 uim

tonight and be'd and Interior arrangement. Narrow !II. H. Mabry..p. I I".r,
-- In jour rear without the heat. Y. J 'lIrtor. .:. .. .. .v,1,1. ;. r le.,:
I ,
have (bcon n month rebuilding It. streets were still the order of the day H.Y.Taylor. .. .... . lull,

IthCkiEVER SE He grasped my hand warmly; then sadly out of keeping" with our modern RAILROAD COMMlSHiiivHtu.T : : I : {

hit men helped him on his, horse, and ideas of sanitary requirements, while .( H. Itrowne, clialriiuin KI.VH,

they rode uwiiy. They hud (been on the the houses were chiefly of tho "halttimber" It. Hudson Burr.. . i L tilt| ka,,
O .. .. .
J .M. Hryan,
him find his handkerchief of which had the Kuwlnu
watch for \ kind some IC.C. l>tlnn, clerk, Mwiu.,
1 [IOrlglnal.l"CorpnrnI bad been n signal for them. lower story of stone and those above, HeiMKiuartem and otlli'ec M 'li"li.iliuiw ft

," Halt lie irpnornl, "there's MUNTOUMERY MOORE. each proJP'tlnover/ the one below CIRCUIT COI'111'.

a Conft-UoriitP |loose HoiiioM Iirro In our consisted of a timber framework filledIn atr\4 8te.ei.ka. Minor S. Jones TltuRvllle. ,,mails, ,
rear that I want iou to take. lie met will Buy It Hack. with bricks It was a picturesque Enel\ide Chop J. l.lteggeOrlando,. ..1'r- "? "in'\\I, tuna:
food In ,
Force* la a regular breakfast 8irlnurTarin| -Kourth Monil in \iri|
II' nn iirtlllrry ttcrnt-nnt mi the Lebanon You assume noilsk when you buy fashion but it did not provide sun my family to theezblualon of steaks or chops, Fall form-Fourth Momluv '," \ .,', ,mL.,

pike thin uionilnn nod "not the drop on Ch.imherlain'8 colic, cholera and 1 Diar shine and air the old .tandard. A.Uautosa. BKEVARD CO\.. 'IY ri, 1 Id'

f him. taking >hlH horse and lit" uniform. rhoea IComedy. All druggists and mede- The rooms were usually smnll and. A. D.. ( ,'',,",.m jn'
cine dealers will refund your money It dark. The hull was the principal public D. L. Oalll Thut iiiciiiiM n tour of luwpi-itloii. either you are not satisfied after using It. It A. A. Stewart < '?).niJ'tn, ,
and remained the only
apartment I.'Iprlnlt'Cprm-Sl'con,1' :l'on.laI.i
k of our fiinipx, our riiir 11I'11 burned rat 1- Is everywhere admitted to be the most '
of the house unaffected by the Bummer )\ 'm Aiiiroiitall
'! rand, bridge. \111'11110 our Btiipli| <'8. It's successful remedy In use for bowel complaints part Term-Second Miniilaj in,, N, 'a'"Ler 1
nnd the only one that never falls. growing taste for domestic privacy. W-19 Winter 'l'urluS..cOlulIonll":: 111:, Febm"
t no use Hemline" n lot of men after him .. --- -----
of this -- ---- -
It Is pleasant, safe and reliable. The general arrangement very -- ------ COUNTY SCHOOL 1IOAKUtl. \ .

ll Try him nlom" The HorKt'iint says that I Important part of the house\ III made E. Mime, Superintendent II\ mere,,,

tho lust he Haw of him IK was winding TRAINING A LION apparent to us In such pictures as that ______ ./VIMS cUt.. Memlmmi J. M. Dixon ell"inmanrlumer. ,
R. N. Andrews, Cocoa; J. Jo:. *ul ,SpruwUiuityCVi. ,
long UII the rand over Cedar hill of the "lIlIndrl.(1It'0'1i! Hall" at St.

{ I had IH-I-II the "en'rlll'lI private K-out 'he n...t .. Conquered br r...._ Cross, near Winchester. COUNTY COMMISSIONEIIF" : (.
......... J. R. Walker clialrinan Itusv'.,.. lake
well. Ion Than by Korcv. As the hall was. the usual scene of
I for months and knew the country Mint, Indlanola. ; R A. onkllnic illlin.n.J, ;
I Btruck the road over Odur, lilll live "Suppose{ ," said fin animal expert, domestic festivities..) It was considered I C. Jones, ( "' J. 11'. Hell, \\'hlui i 1'1'., > HnraeHnions
bold ,
r that I am about to train a lion to perform necessary to have n gallery: for Builder Owner ? art first Munila) in miles lu our rear nud'queatlonel| !all Boat or HREVARD CUUNTV UKH) < Kits:
certain tricks. It I went at once musicians.. Sometimes this gallery occupied ., ,
I met If they had notlctHl a mounted A. PenneyTltuRvllle ; i t..n jm
into his cage and attempted to drive two sides though usually it D. L. Oailldun., 'ritllaville ; PnaAs,
artillery Herifi'niit. The people were him, I would probably bo killed, I ced at one end opposite the A. A. Stewart, Tltunvllle. "
!! Buj Tf'il! t !!! !:! J. F. Wnotun Cocoa, rxa .\_.
I" alt Ct2llzQPrate! ijpd!! wojjjd' give me no dQ, 't lo that. lU'FoFe I fry o teach Unlfl. In large )lulls the fireplace was E. W. Hall.Tlttiavtlle., fa> ,"'olkrJohn >

!!!.tlslll('tl ;n. I'I'd\' ;' PwllniJ t iloludwliat blm anything 1 let the lion *tined to still In the middle, where tliere} was Henry, Tltuavllie, I I'rain
R. E. Mima, lionaventure '"I\!\ Pub, I II,
:. disco! -agt..l l, for night WUH coming on, ins I liunyr about Ills cage day after" constructed a low platform of stone of -If You Are, Buy One OfWa1to's -- J. O. Fries TI'nevlllo, i- 'tm vim

\ when I noticed horse tied lu front. .of day, culling to blm und keeping lu his a kind thut may lx> seen In an old cut J.W.SNorwoodTltneville LMtrown, Tllnsvllle,. RrrtctraltOfTITUSVILLE ,'Sl.,i

.1'a, tuveru. I dlHiuounted and entered the tight He would wee me late at night representing! the! fireplace In the great t'om"..t
,f. and early In the morning." I would give hall atT'enshurst, Kent.. Large Iron TOWN II
of artillery
1 tavern: There nut a Hi-rgount .
O. A. Frost,1 u Van Work" "nimhil
,t with the landlord ut a table eat- him his food and \> nter. Occasionally 1 dogs, or andirons IIulport.tIle logs, Patent Calking Tools. tax uoll-t-tort K.aG.:. Mmiit, jr ,, "'rl, mil trurerj >
would pat his bead and gradually (lie In some parts of England they w reelillt.d ; John Henry tux iHitei-mu I It Wi.
f, tag a popper that hud been net out for Y. A. \ior (.an, L. A. Heady, 1' I Ha uuJJ
lion comes to have a friendly feeling "cob Irons." A group of ornamental Carrtitheraouncilm n The "'.". I r nx

him toward to e. I !become, as It were an fire irons of the sixteenth century ((nut Tuealuy iiifacll month

, .. ::pot any WhldUy, landlord? I uld. acquaintance of bIll, und from becoming ls most interesting.. Often an implement TITUBV1LLK OAR1 OK DMIiK'
"If "<>, trot It out. How lire you, sergeant Invaluable.to Boatbullders and Owners of Boats.In O.M. Jtohhlll..IreMhlent..I.\t I : liiv tn
the lion
r' accustomed to me grows to placed beneath the firedog was : I
urer, J. U. Itaat "I'retor10'" tnuHday -" "
I ", I I T"Well like me, and I begin to like the Hou. used for moving logs. night in each month ai rhea i. 'n HIM. .

I enou (h. Sit down and" drink too, just iu you would( like any big pet The wails of the hall were usually Use all over Florida and the North. : FREE AND ...H.'Ctl"rljI.Sll: :

[' your liquor here. I'll Join you. H hurst or n big/ dog. Then I go into furnished with tapestry, nnd In themiddle I Indian River Lodge! No. W. Imiil-,' ,.I- ma i 'ti,l
southern and tonrtb Frld rct't'' .-
Ills accent wa a pure tbe.ectnutand )
the lion's cage without being obtrusiveor table( with u bench" on
was u month at their lodge! room It'I tat rb.
} was a dead Klveuway. From the mo- brusque The big, dangerous beast each side. There were also cupboard, 7:80: o'clock p m. J. L fart rn w.

o, mont of bill speaking I knew I had having got used to seeing\ me outside or "hutch." with side tables' one or two F. A.l\Iorgan.80o'v.
: truck my mini. Ills nerve was .perfect Calks Boats more Rapidly than other ORDER OF E.tSTERI4T.Ut
inn that of onepleased scarcely. notices the difference when I chain amid peilmps( a "settle. Chairs Friendship Chapter, No It, liolilr-,, ,ci,"'tIn ,
I inunner was
uui In his private domain. I gradually were still comparatively rare. Buffet the M.woiilo LcHlite room TltimullcHr \tie
at having a comrade to drink Tiiemlav In each month ar.l; '::1\1" ikp
approach! him aid drive hlui about the sterols were generally provided" and t
I .
with. Nevertheless I noticed that under and the bird Tuesday In each u mil it
j cage, cracking my whip HO that bu will these commonly had a hole through the Calking Tool in the World.Th.ovLsand o'clock p. in. The fallowing an, the mitten""
I r pretense of removing his revolver know that I mean business. The lion middle for lifting them.-Home'BeautIful. the lodge: Mrs. H. R. Wtlmm wnrtlij, nuir
comfortable for him J. C.Camithers, worth 'a Mw k
to a position more Mr. .all.
, probably believes that there Is much Stewart Am i>. Matron ; Mm : SetlupnHecretsryMr. |
r be, slipped the holster around uu his InlII'rreee'Irera j '
J. M
greater power In that whip than there ; : ;: ,
his trout. ComliiftreM, ,Mist zam II sae
belt toward Julius Kline
, t really is. If I hit him with It, I do not Oriental tluira. Acs"'unl'e.; 1\1 ro. He. W Si ,.1 J M< I'll.l.
;, "Out here uo duty I asked. hurt him. There Is a knack in crackinga The Armenian" dealer lu rugs In probably Sold. J. I.. t'ariiitlie. Until; :Ire, I"I Ilul'
"Yes. Are you 7" the craftiest of all shopkeepers, Five Eotherj; Mra. F. A. Moriian Miirili, the \I.I.I
whip no" that It will not give much '
U w !t am
rlo"1; r. John
I hUM,
; "Looking for forage. The commissary and his emlsMtirles hare so thoroughly ) ; ,, Mi,. T.I.
pain. I could swing whip on you and Mr. F. A. Moiicnn, I hailnli)
ml I rays hu's running/. short and I've got to strike you with n 'cl'llI'k.' but you iniiMiicked the orient that the traveler more, Beiuinel ; Mr. ( ha.. II M ,Ali Van)

.. find some." would ''''lIry' feel it. lit frequently ndvised In Persia and Afghanistan Price $4 and $8 each.

"That's my Job. Our buttery Is down "Tbo. gem ml prlmlple of animal to look for the rarest and the Some Special Offer!

i to a barrel of oats" training U to proceed easily and gradually bent specimens, In London and especially
"We might hunt together. : being gently persistent but not I In New York. Yet even here the experienced .

, "80 we might only we'd have half aggressive, overcoming opposition by purchaser coat find notable May be obtalnedjof the Walton Self-Looking Block Co., 404 The Klil lob Flint nnd'11k, ,'i' ,lrmho
,, .,
the chuncu together we'd have monthly j"uiu.il, I Depu persuasion rather tlnui by direct oppo- bargains. A gentleman who has In Chicago : = new ; .
p rate. SuppoHo{ wo meet here, pay, tomorrow silica and force. It Is the same courseus a very notable collection of Bok- jrt* Atlantic Avenue, Boston; or at the office of the EAST ally\ to HIM interest- tin, n' limit slidat
of the 1' .
1111"I i
uml and find Hint'smore table BIOWOIH
,\ 'i i noon report" that which applies to wen You Mist I hums uml who has traveled. throughout r Ocala; at *1 n yo.ir Slug! .c..a I
COAST ADVOCATE Titusville Fla.
than either nucdti. ,
the orient In search of the rarest
become ut-iuuliitcd with the man from I For a limited time u
I had hoped that be would think It whom you wish to obtain n favor and the must perfect fabrics lately .... will ho semi i t" newuteri:
best to fall lu with plan for awhile - -- ---------- --- ------- ,
my Then as a feeling of friendship grows found three new specimens hanging era for 2.-> cents. Oi bath mime' K "i r

in order to gain: my confidence, In I..tw.n you h<* Is at last glad to do as before a Fifth avenue shop and bought Truck Grower and Scull \\', >I'U. Tin
which might run him Into u trap, THE ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING 'II( Inuit, ',
'UNO you v lsh."-Leslie's I1'eekiy.1'ry them for prleeH which allowing of OFFICEAll Unionforl.2n ;.. Oi will i
but lila argument was too Hound to re- course for the duty, would have been Week World of X. w \ ,ik 11.,1' net)

i; ; tutu and I gave up that plan. The cheap In the tent of a l'erlllau.-Jobn kind of Cominu-cl.il Stationary printed at the above office. I fur *' 1.25.: ; .
nud ,l.atrntnry i'roeednre. 11RUMI1Y Pitl' "" l FlI
landlord brought some bail whisky, CorbIn In Scrlbner's L. J.
" "The llrst. thing to lie dune" said the ..
the sergeant cud I drunk together --
coininlltfeni.ui: 1 In an Important tone, I
Thou 11"0110.11{ that wo remain where YOU KNOW WHAT \ttV AUK' TAKINO
-- --- -- -
--- -- --
we were all night and make a starch 'Is to or""I1'II1'r'f"I'e"\: When you take drove's Tasteless Chill official: Supply I House of The Illinois Fishermen's Association. CII --I
the next day "I leg t jour pardon. said an o"'r11I"IIIII..r. Tonlo because tie formula" la plainly o gxA
il I IlAnntlll'tnr"I'1I
"Un- 'We Inivo not been photographed bottle It Is l I- -T
"All right paid the sergeant. .'." Judge, printed 1..11111111.1 on vurv ahowingthat The Chicago Net and Twino Co. at) ='ro
) tasteless
cle !Hum:: Uoenn't pay uie enough t
!rl. for forage at night Got rooms for us, fo..m.0 cure, No pay. AOcU. -\ of- I r-
luudlonlV""lleckon. > =
: ." i I' 'h. M.-M.' .I e. ...; 1 1I g

",v..lI. I'll go out and stabte my Y r 'ii.iri. -.a.: 'AI;'. .i'. i it'cdics r i coml = .d godly

horse," said the npy.Ky V b } .1 -I? uu I'M'!! 1 s ii uu tilt'. beg'ti' I "f) I --I I II &

r ttils tiwo certain scrutinizing t AK: In! ;:. liti I)1:1.: .. e tau'ul that It saves = -D .
I: looks 1 hud ,given the man, an occasional tune mill ii.niliU' .ind the ducklings do I : E zEau
I It ,I trace of Incredulity In my face or (|iult, asv II\ nliuivr.. irate the feed I I / I II ; Q 0

something of the kind had caused hint I
, before tin m After the third day the. I
to know his l'rltll'llllollltiou. It's, 11 phi IGNORANCE are" fed four times n day. rather more I f.1 j I !

. Kular task amid a singular feeling to bo thiin they will il.nit up at once. Fromtlie I II "3 1az1'

chatting familiarly with an armed man I Blows out the gas and furnishes the til's tlll'.' have. water at night us I =IFISHING= NETS and ',' ;Q wO r::
Netting of De I
whom you ure planning to catch off his : newspapers with a jest and an obituary well us during the duy It U one of the I Every criptlon 3 p a
I t I r n..I""H" In 'i. .ID81'lneIaltre Cord Rope Etc. tti a o '1a
, (Cunr At any moment OliO or the other : notice. "Didn't know it was loaded" prettiest sights nf the whole businessto I

may have a bullet hole In htm."and :I may tie an honest plea but it never see a string of the downy little yellow I Originators Wholesale Prices direct to the Fishermen. : ; .OC.J
I tl It Is uncertain which will be the brought a victim hack to life. Those and 7p.U-*al"(| InditmtM. Chicago, 111.1 I II
very chaps travel to from the water
I who let a cough run on, in' jnornuce of I ... Mention' The ADVOCATK In your letter... : rO
man. In this! case, over olio dangled the find .'. fountain III a moonlit brooder building < ;ji tJ
the --
: danger, no escape one consequences -- ----- -- -- -- -
baiter."Take. I when the cough develops into They glide like quaint. little shadows I I. We nro :Members of the Illinois' Ki..ti" ;;"n's As .ci.itlon. ::t'en

my borse In, too," I said, lung trouble. and converse In quiet little peeps of ---- i ;;;. )

I stretching myself lazily lu my chair The best time to cure a cough is whenit rontentment"

and lighting uiy pipe. starts Ordinarily a few dopey!! of Dr. S.e-

I "I'll dolt" Pterce's Golden Medical Discovery will MI.Moarl'a Ulv Kiev Crop. I o : 3Sw :E3 I:_.. Cmill : dz: GO. -r

lie went out Into the ball. 1 jumped : cure a cough at the l Iwginntng. But What do you thluk of a state whose Q _
nay St.. FLA.ULL a
I even when the cough i la deep-Heated, the ...
tm up tho moment he reached It and followed lungs bleed and the body i. wanted by hens laid In UKK so many eggs that It i iMM 'ITbl CJ.) (I) e Qq'I .

him, expecting: to take htm from emaciation. Dr. Pierce1 (Golden Medical Jjl 21 T,735 dozens for $3,377.815.83: ? s 4-a 1)1)oV ...'
the rear with his back turned to toe Discovery will in ninety-eight cases out .( Is the record of Missouri. Greene II UGc e E: =

; The moment lie"UII out of my sight/ be of every hundred effect: a perfect and :, county laid more eggs on the world's w '"
> -: g
must have gout like lightning, for permanent cure. table than any other county. Its surplus I 4c t Few.

\ wl..n.1 saw him he Mas halt wuy tot $3.000 FO FElT will be paid by the product was -ULIO.dtiO: dozen. Ma- ESQ m 0
bis. borne.'lluiuls. World's Dispensary Medical Association, eon sold 1.4KXIM. dozen. Livingstonelold

up!" I yelled. Prol'rietonBufl..1o.. N. Y., if they can- I.l2tl.t45: dozen. Chart ton sold i i b ='

With! two leaps lie was at his horse's not show the original signature of the t 27ras) dozen Franklin sold 1.002. XPRESS ,i EXPRESS Atl9'ooN

Bide und with another on blm and away individual volunteering the testimonial no; dozen PREPAID PREPAID
below and also of the writers of every
I firing( three .shots thou mounting myself testimonial among the thousands which

uud following him. It was clear they are constantly publishing thus The lines AVoriu 3Ie lecliic. !

raco over Cedar bill and our horses proving/ their genuineness. II. P. Kumpe, druggist; Leighton: T ?9-' s

kept a gallop on the way up. Then "M., tiuxlMnd tied bn crashing" for vr.mend \1:1., writes "One of my customer ( !

nine n breakneck puce down the other cuuaumpuoa purple Inakty,'writ toM**me Mm.that John b*Shirrm.n would roInto bad a child, which was sick and threw N

Ide. I Suddenly: the man's horse stumbled >f N trrrlbU. _b... cuclU we .<>< only. w lie bottle otWhite' ; :
and hurled htm a dozen yardssherd. bought one
much l..rm..J but Ioo3. d fut tile buncltu"ol a J Je
Wbcu I reached Mm, bo wasunconscious o.t-Triinl h.___ .*, a,. moM ..., Ih.... Cream Vermifuge, and It I .s ]
and I took his pistol then My hiMbcad s -y wee .....rk.I.. In brought up lit worms from the cblld.It' .
three day. after k. began. uwni Dr. Piuce'a
the boss tn the
medevine ii
}, I went to rivulet beside tbo road tilled OoI''n 1IIedkoII DiKonry h. w V u. mid worm 11 DflrvfRtI y QS 8'0
........... and la two mare dan h* vent to work orld." White's Cream Vermifuge is fOR g
my canteen and dashed water iu his two _I... cured him.* lisa the children's tonic. It Improves Qty d .

face. That brought him to himself. The Common Sense Medical Adviser, their digestion and assimilation of food, $1229 _tJ W < i
Say, Johnny Rob," I said, "you're tool ia and ::t
page, paper covers, is sent fret strengthens their nervous system restores r
the coolest chap I ever met and the on receipt of II one-cent stamps to pay them to the health, Igor and elavIclty .- .9.8
'bravest I'd give $100 It you weren't rrpenae ol mailing only. AddrtJ Dr. of spirits natural to childhood. 23c --

Ik spy yurrIpg I UJ 9rp1.aU91!& jor 1.0U'U R..V. Pierce lh JtJ.IJ. N. Y. it13. r. \Vllsoo A Son. riAgents for the Pabst Brewing Co ..


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: COAST: ADVOCATE JULY 24. 1903. 3 t


Oards.EO. NAMES STRICKEN FROM THE Notlco of ApplU-iitlon for Permit SAN FRANCISCO EXCURSION.It UOOO--F.-OADc>. Women as Well as Men

REGISTRATION BOOKS. to Hell 1.IIIUOrt4.VhleN nnll.Ue.'er. The Antomntillv ni .'p ......nt Inc 1,

will Interest the oomnnlen of the II lthvF IUIiroru.I.t. Arc Made Miserable by 1

U KOBBINS) NIVTICK is HKKKHY: OIVK.V: THAT Grand Army of the Republic and their With the Hliloiuolillo steadily push J
The following I names wire ctrlcker It'Rt1C .. Hiwrit "r friend mini Kidney Trouble.
LDKLtV Sled whit the desiring t<> attend the an enoam uiedluni for
AND COUNSELOR from the rt'tfUtnUitui books of Krevan Comity CoiunitHKlonprn "f Hn.varil Ikmikty IIIK Its %V sty its tin nvnllitlile
'KVKV/ :- 'niont of the 0 A. H., at /San Fran
.TI I County by the Cuntmlaeionerlthereof Klorlihi, hi* application. a |*nnlt u> null| tourlnu! : )PIII'M| >'MI'M the ijnostlou ufrondlliiproviiniMit I.
"! Oct.
niece California An uat to
AT-LAW. lliluorH, win.w end hearn Ulijctlnii: iBtrlct No. J
according Section tllltl. Chap/ 2, <>rn |i| ('ountyand state:; that cnuh a'niloa' 16th.t/ thu low rate of 4WI.70: Instead of becouiliiK< n Kidney trouble preys upon the mind discourages

in :State and United States ter 4.: ;>u, No. Oli, Laws of Florida ton will l">e anted on by eaid l Koanl of CountyCoiiiiiiiMhlonvrs : round trip from Jacksonvlll, with tou- dead ISHIHIs In reality a most Important and lessens ambition; beauty vigor .\

11,' practice (Court. District Xo. 1-J.IIHrI\IIKe. which will.he ...at.hl..n thulr the next Hr t regular Tu mluy meeting In AUK, rlst'8 sleeping. car berth for two i 1't'1'.ons. topic lu rural nltuirs.I'r shall 1,., and cheerfulness soon

Boyett, O. B. HarrN, "'11I. nxt A, l). I'.MU, at :t o'clock In tit, altern'K'u uRulil through to Sun l"rRnol..co.at *U!) &n. Thoitu hero this year In tlio V tilted States noht's I) \ disappear when the kidneys -

,)!lIce at TITUBYILLK FLA. Gibson Henry Lewis Cliaa.Urlllln day: and tile wild Hoard: liorahy tall: upon are the rates fixed by tho aevoral pnxxonKor Oian twenty automobile clubs. :\ are out of older
auynltut-n of mieli Kl I ct.li>n iKtrfct ahmnray 1 / { or diseased.
Grant iliwlra 10 ilo 00 to how CKIIHO. K any thera lat >... a..oclatlollll.nd/ Uon. Chase, comtnnndlnK whose incinhei-s will devne a t great< -.
the "hlllext nuwtliiK acid Hoitnlwhy the Florida department: n. A. Kidney trouble has
regular ; I
h..ULDEN.A'rTOlL"iEYATLAW. time to jaunt t. "
deal of their pleasure
I.. District; Xo, 2 -Titusville.Bnrnwell. each puriuit shall not tar zriruflil, to the al" H., Ins In Orders No. 3, aolucird 1 theSouthern r become so prevalent t
Henry i MoPherson: C. pltrunt.Hy within a hundred tulle nulhm of thecities that It (13 not uncommon
railway nstho ooutrnctIng -
ord'r..f the Hoard of Count (Conniilniiliinera system a
Bates, (}. lS. Nelson "'Ill. Hrxvanl 1'oiinty Florida, tulii the Till tiny company( lit the test po "lblo leI mil hlrt< er "II.'" Ihtrtv York Tole- \ for a child to be born

"II' the Courts of the State Croxton11I.. O'Boyle J. ICIPV11and '. of July A. 1) IUOJ. looking to tho comfort anti economy of grnul Some of them will push farther 63. I\ afflicted with weak kid

,llpntl 11,1!- ';"'tl">' United' State Cnnrto.j A. I') It'll. 13 B. ('hlll'lIl1m of Hoard of JOHN County< R.CommtHHloiiorN WALKER, the comrades and their friends. and make honk* trips between the east a a, \,\: a -- neys. If the child urinates -

lorilla TITUSVILLK!:, FLA. 11'11 snips, jeo. IVndleton J. R.Kgger JlI'e.Krtl ounty: t'lurlda., The route selected : Jacksonville\ to anti thivwest.In ___ too often If the
lit'S.' AW H. T. Jthodes, It. "'. Atlanta' Itlrmincliaiu and Kansas City no season has there 1"1IIlIcb urine scalds the flesh or If, when the child

Ellis, (Stephen Robinson N W.lladley via Southern and Krlwoo rout H, Denver, jretioral Interest In touring due ofcourse reaches an ago when It should be able to .

T \VKUB\ A. Sands B. H. Notice of Applicutloii for I'eriiiit Col., Hock Island li'y., Colorado Spring to the Increasing number! of nil control the passage It Is yet afflicted with ,

Harris C. Tucker M. 'I'. to Sell LlquorslVinesaud liocr.F'KLlONilTICKiaHICRKHV and reublo, via D. t U. (} routs to bed-wetting! depend upon It. tho cause of
'l'h,- road inachlueH inv no
ATTOKNEY-AT-LAW, lluggins, ,T. Q. Taylor/ J..P.. Salt Lake City and Ogden via U. (J. A the difficulty Is kidney trouble and tho first

]Holmes, S. 1)VxltonJ.. O. \V. route thence to Sun Filttoo via Southern longer a novelty, but recotrnlxod step should be towards the treatment of !
of the 7tb.Ciit
Iviii! prance in the Courts non-residents Lewis S. (>. "'11I8tt'nd.1'. K.: : HIVKN. .. :lloliril THAT or V.icillo. This U believed to bo tie metliiMl of quick and easy transportation these Important organs. This! unpleasant '

"',lxe8 paid for collected. :McDonald'Kil Wilson, Harry County CommlxHionm* of lirevanl County.Klorlila coolest and mont beautiful route on the from |Hilnt to point. t'ominuiiltlcH trouble Is duo to a diseased condition of the

|I rent .mil accounts District No. :U-City Point. hid upphuation for a |i rinlt to AH! linen across the continent As ton days: that have the commercial Instinct keen kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as

FLORIDA.D. ltiiioitt| wlnu. a"tllll-er In Kuictlon DlntrU't No. allowed reach "Frill,' will\ most people suppose.
are stops well by expending suum uponrotd
rsv1I.I.E, Black II. S. Hook, O. II. J. of wiiil County and r.r.Uh'; Much ajiplloation I profit Women as well as men are made miserable
Faber 0. \\'. :McGimkin a. A. will bu acted nn ilimnlof CountyConiniiHiiloiiiTX be made wherever tho majority may desire Impi-o\-ement. slnco they bring to with kidney and bladder
their next regular niiwtlny:, trouble
at ; The Southern and connections will\
I'J<: :SEY.A'11'4IH Faber W. :E. Sawtelle J. P. wlili'li will lot hold on the tlrat .J'II..I"y i In Aiit-| their l section persons of means who and both need tho same great remedy. .
anti have
District No. 'Uockledge.. tier, A. I). 113.cc2: o'cliii'k the nlt..n day and the wild Hoard, hernliy calls upon representative with the party to see to
< -AT-LAW, A Andrews! I.. S. I Knight, John P.Anderson any entree. or such Election lntrirc who mayilonlre every comfort and the expeditious: moving travel. Swamp-Root Is soon realized. It.,.,Is sold i
Wm Lundy Valley to ilo no, to Dhow GUIIKU, If .any there bu. of the train. In addition to the financial retmbiirsomont by druggists In fifty- :- ,
FLORIDA. I At thu sold next iPicular niiwtlnu: of Mald. 111..1. :
reVfl.I.E I Adam Moore Young All ho had writing brought/< by travel to any locality cent and one dollar \
Brown why Riioh iii-rnilt Hmill not tin granted( to t hot ap- particulars: can by '
ill:t practice all the courts of the 7th Canovn, A. J. ;Moore, J. R.Covnr plli'HIlt. II* F. Cary District I'lisseneer agent of good .roads. It l is an IIlhllll'i sizes. You may have a [ r.,

Judicial/ Circuit. K. Ii. Mnlmlley M. K. "r..r Kyonlorof Ihu.II.ll'.IIIIty.the Hoard Florldu of. (Ponutv, till Coinn* the 7th>li..loti-day Southern Katlway 10s, W. Bny..II'cet. ttouilble' fact Mint the residents profit sample bottle by mall

Creeknian>llh11Igrud..r; H. J. of July. AU. 11"1a. Jacksonville, Flu, or to Comrade T. K. largely by their own ability to .get to free also pamphlet tellnomo of ew.emltml .1 l

(Jovar, C. B. :Morgan/ Kobt. JOHN R. WALKKll Chapman quartermaster general :st.Petel'sbllrg. mud front business center when other Ing all about It, Including many ot the ;
A. FROST: J. OliverV. D. Cliairiuanof Hoard o( County OoinniiHHlonorM, thousands of testimonial letters received I
A. 1< 1:1.
Crosby :
Column Win. Parker L. I.. Kruvard County, F'IoI'Ida. suv'llsus nro tleil up heeaiiHo of thin 1m- from sufferers cured. In writing Dr. Kilmer ;

ATTORXKY-AT-LAW: Davis John Preston' John inability, of the highways1.Tilt' b Co. Binghamton N. Y., be sure and I
Sciatic.Rev. .
automobile U hero. list a fixture. mention this
Jill In all the Courts of the 7th Davis,J. I). Parker John Ii. oth.'e.NO'rlCK paper.
practice Edwards: ", O. Ii. Patterson, U. 1 H.Kyer W. I.. Riley, L. I* I)., Cuba N. It Ix no longer an experiment, and it Isn f
Judicial' Circuit. Y. wiltos : "After fifteen days of excruciating argument for road Im
: II. C. Payne, J. A. IS Inn: ;ny (11VKN< TH.VT IT I1* permanent
ilrr.t'(1LE, FLORIDA. Everett, Judge Uichnrdson! S. intention to apply to the Hon. A. D.l pain frqiu Rclntlo rhoiiniatinm provement. The communities that .1'

F'urger14)n101111\' K.Sctz, John P. I' nuet, County Judge In anil for HrevardCounty under various treatments I wits Inducedto make the best of new conditions are
Klorld, on the 24th day of Auirimc, Item: .1'I
Mallard's Snow Liniment tho tim
bmKRI :lv A. MORGAN Ford dames Scott Kdtnund 'Tlttiitvllle, for authoritynnd'.vlded to tou.1 l at private Haia' try thoso that ultimately will profit tho
Harris ... .. .. application" giving first relief and thin
.T. Slat'V.. R. all the one-third lntur" tnf .l an l'orKUHon my most. There IK no Immoillato danger/
11111.T.. 'I't'llneli.11I.. B..rn".I..1. all the nne thIrd. UiiilivlilttdInioraHt second, entire relief. I can give It un I
Vbstrncts of Titlo.IM. of William KorKimnii Karnen, minor that tlio automobile will crowd the
2" 50u/ antlif
lI'ml1l1..tl't.cummtollI.1UUII.' >c, !
Hill J. 1). Tarrell J. C. .
children of Nary K.: nnrimit dweaMtHl. In and tiIhime rnnd. Moth hero to remain -
: I. E-tTATK AND INSURANCE Hinton, N. '1'. Thompson B.Jarvls truntii of land Ivhlgin. llruvnril Comity, 1 (Otl at 11. K. Wilson A Son horse off tho uro t

Win. Wood O. K. 10.1111..101111. ilewirrilHd. in tullowH, te-w'It: Indellnitely.BEAUTIFYING. tI
l.uans Notary Public. Lot 111 and lot luwordinK! to the plat of the I
.TOIH'I4.lt. I'VIIkiuaTohII HiiliillviHlon ol Hloi'k It, known an the drove I.o,
Ullcctloim, Typewriting Stono I'l\phy. Jackson E. P. 1VmniV.. A. of :Melbourne t'lorld.i' In Town-hip :'JM, Houth oK ROADS. "
Jones' FrankVilllania, Hayes/ >;iite37 Ki> t. Hold idut: dated 1 April 1 fth, IMiKIr.ml I Rural Delivery Notes t 1
Tin SVII.I.K, FLA. recorded In theolllre 1 of the Clerk of the fir
Jones .fV.. Warner. 1' 11. mIlt eUllrt..f Krovard ('..nnl), Florida, May IllthIHirj t'InntlnMTrrre nml !!! hrnhhery Along '
..T.Vlllillm. Clui.-i. In Hook .'
Jackson It. 0. page lv.$ (:..nnlry 1I1."wet. ,

I A. FHOsr. WANK II. JOXKS."LROST Johnson, Sam Young 1'. S.Kelley. Unnrdlaii% C. BAIINKHntuiig21 tor said Minn., SlIltI'I'lutplIIf'lItfol'ht! >1I U rll)101lyex. Tho rond Improvement campnlgn. ,

I Jos. tPinllnc tho rural free delivery! Ht>rvlcnin ,.
: A JONES, which bus been so ably conductetl by
District No. il Kan Oallie. Intent Dhows that n lurK1uuinlier '
report 1.
nmlaiitoinolitllng .
thOl"11I"'r.t''I1 In riding:, bicycling
Application for Tax I>cc,l.ITmlnr estaL
AND Co/.art. W. A. ;\1.. ..III1.! C. of new routes hnve been In recent yours. Is t*Is silt I'I
EA1KSTATK: INSURANCE Manuel Kdwnrd Porter, K.. I.. llshed In vnrloiiH Ktatcx. of I

and Collections. ( II PetersonI'ony, Hen. 8, Chap. JAMS, raw of Florida to outer upon another stngo progress M
Loans : "
JtetityreV .
/ '. Not' only linn rural fre delivery ivmilted force to
: IS HKRICHYOIVK.Ntllllt: HlaiiliheM: which will\ appeal with spot-lnl
Tl'w vtJ.I.Jo: FLORID Mel.and Gee1)istriot NOTIl. .'" purchaneruf Tax ertlllculi-ii NOH. In IncToiisecI po tnl rerelptu II nd thou Interesttnl In thlngn beautiful. Miss Ida. M. Snyder I I'
Xo. li-:Melbourne.Conkling BIT, AIM and M4.dated thin let day nr..Jnly.A.n the extension of ediifiitlonul ndvun '.'...>M>..ir<.. of Iliollronfeltii
1001. h.... Qleil ttaluoertltu'attt 1 In iny 011I"... ..n.1 BIIJ-H }lnrper'sVe'kly. Heretofore the East I
C. J<'. 'Templeton li. B. huts made applloation for tax diwdto Inline iiavoordanue tlPI4.. but farm InniU hnve been en of road Improvementbus Knit ArtClulk
U'DIU.KY.\ R. II.J SKYMOUK.VtTORlVEY : :: : utilitarian view would
A.District. with law. Haiti I rertlnnate enibiaiiei If women pay more attention to
Porter the rollowhlgIeerlbedpngrertyeltuatesllnItre( | hanl't'll In vu I UP, roiida lmi> am been kept well In tho foreground. their health wi would have
& SEYMOUR, Xo. 7-:Malabar. yard nnunty Vlorlda. to-wlt: SIC 1( of NE'-: J\!: ( better prlres obtained for fnnn products !. but several/ I !New( Kngland eoniinunltlws more they
now mother. and
riortlon daughter, and If
/ of SK'4 rto.-.tlon 15, and tI' of HK'4> 27'Fownanlp .
None | :27 Honti luntro'w K. The auld landibelnfr ns u result of the producers haying are emphnsl/.lng the ii-sthetlo vnl-I would observe results they would find

ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW.: District Xo. 8 Sebastian., AHMCMHed" at the date of the iHHiiani'eof been brought Into dully touch wltl uo of rs'iintlful .rondsldes. Scientific that the doctor* preicrlplloni do not I, .
a /general practice in State and Fed. Hatch R. K. !\Morrow James' oprtlrloaM Haft and :M.In J the Cawltnir.name of A.Unlcai F. WlUfanifl mild nertlncat, Jamei the state of the markets. road treatment must of tu>vc Hslty comeCOl'NTIlY perform the many tuna they are given n '

mil Courts. Special attention given Kitchlng, Stanley! Norris, S. X. shall be .....llI8me.IIlAIO..lInp:to haw tax deed will Senator Knlrbunk of Indiana will credit for
IHHIIM thereon the :.Srd of August. l>.1WUIWltiiHHii .
admiralty practice. on ---r In coniultlntf with drutglit he ad.vl.ed :
endeavor to hnvi' tho next my \
T.ncie. cotiKresH up
District. No. >- my olllulal Hlicnatura; and nenl thla thtSrd Vine Cardufand
McElrte'i of Thed.
ISSELU Bru.oiwi, MIAMI FI.A. J.1'. day of July, A. l>. !1X12, proprlnte $'':.iII'O! ) for "ex|>erluieiitul ru
Bowman, Spencer Inne, [it. Ct Seal} A. A. HTKWAKT.Clerk ford'i Black-Draught and ao I took It and Ul
Burney M. 0. Mitchell I. Sam Circuit Court of 1I"arllJollllty. Kla.Hy tel telephono free delivery. Till pintla have every reason to thank him for a new Ip u

PEPIIKX: E. FOSTER: Beck.T. F. ;Miller Ben O. A. Stewart D. C to have the KovernnxHit issue a new life opened up lo me with restored health :;

Rell. Chas. MartinV/ A.Hnrllwellhns telephone special delivery rural Dial ai'r's and II only took three months to cure me." IVIM

ATTOISXEY-AT-LAW, X :Milton F.. A. 12xecntnrN Notice. stamp. Thin stamp would bo notice tt "
\ of Cardul the
l val-nuliurch Itulldlng, Jax./ Balllll'v.Ohlll4.lIttI401l.Miller; ( W., C.J.II. the xmtniaster) nt whoso otlloo! tho letter nicrmtrtial fuui lonn Irar'gnlatorof and' in. a mont all"
Chllr..il. F.V. reii-lvpil that ho to i )eii
I lu. KMo.wir.LK.; :, FLA.i Collier[ Win. Mills, I,. U.Jart'r IS HERESY IUVKX: 'rH.\'r'rIlE wise wnn | toniHhiiiK topic fur women. H cures J.:
James I:. Nelson, Collins NOTICE |( ha boN,, appointed/ / mid himiualltl'il the letter and r"IH'lIt the ineHsiiBH' '' ovei Hoanty.1t1l'rI'H..I.( tOtfretinnnt| irregfiilaraml -
| an KxeiMitor; ol tint Lat Will amiTent
the to
to nieiiHtriiution
the piimfiil fallinff
(Darter It. \V. XI'I..on.Olllls. of ThoniaM I I'. TlmmpHon, dui' i; .1 uritMIAM[I. M. D. least tiellyer of the wonih. whites mid Il.xjilinff. It
J. H. Pinkney. John 'late ot Hrevard County Florida. the letter woe addressed or nt r

Dickey llnrdee, I"'. It. Plntts, W: II.Ilarris Thin I In ti> ''',' 'vail .r".lItt..I"llItep and illtnliutei It to persons that would nee that i I..* helpful( whpn approaching womanhood a
,I H, and all pernon having cilatinii or de. after child.
'Hr.GEOn.1/ SPECIALIST W. II.J 1'nlllt'.O..n. mend aualiiHt Maid. entite,to prHHHiit tliniu.: dulvvnrlltnd the contents of tho letter were delivered axr's,; rI birth,mid during' in/ pregnancy, 3 1
of lift It fraaiiently -
o *
Kai: Nemo and Throat. Hodge 1 / J. W. Parker,11V.John. the I east,*to will I tItel1I1IIerMI'ItxIl: be :hors: nl aimiirdlnif; within. to two law.y1 min ur tit once.Illnckheads. brin n a dear baity to houien .:
; (
I .15)111155)11Vm.. :Sweet l'tllAtI.'mt "'I..ru..l"h"h".July I.I.: A. D. 1003.: that} have been barren for All
.1 I'\I..M' llKACH, FLOICIUA.i .f5)neVua Smith, I D. L.Lewd au. .W" RD .t. i-rrrn yean. 1
ItepnlsIveFenttIros. have *1.O bottle of Wineof ,I
1 I. I I.. Swoop. W. R' Executor of the iJint Will and Teatainent i
Llnnrll; II.: U. Thompson '1'.1'. of ThoinaA TiiotnpHon, Ueu'd. pimples) greasy( fnces and = L
for Kxenutor. 4
uotmirrovsATlVO! ; 0.! 'r. Mi'CAllTV' Attorney "mTITUSVILLE'S > -- -
District Xo. 10-Rden.Richardson! ---- muddy complexions which 111'0140 com ...
mon among wOrJf'IJ. especially pills: at ncertlilllje.II"trnylnl [ FCARDUI]
) XatlianHarrH X.Reese TRAINS.The / ( bounty, dUfltturIng ROAD IX KNUtAND./

UEXTAL APARTMENTSn K. C.Karne KdRichardson and making repulsive features which Brut but beiiutlfylnx I roiidxkleM reprospnnt .

."> the "Deutos," (layMcCarley ;M. C. the time of arrival would otherwise appear attractive am) even n Moro odvuneed stage ol
i PanOlllith.l : Jas. M.Thompson following refined Indicate that the liver Is out of l'I IlizlI tlun.
I and! of trains to and v
Xow AT PALM BEACH.: Paaske, A. P. X. A. A. departure passenger order. An oCca M loins dose of llorblna Tits pleasure of riding over goal
!. It.Itaudufpli from TituHvllle:
__ l'uWt'.J. D. Thompson, l l'YerryS lk
Win.Register Went Held Walter MOUTH HOUND. will clennso/ the bowels, regulate the liver firm funooth country roadii In greatly
I and! establish clear hoiiltv
so a complex-
M MASON' '1'. FLVnteuu, Chas.Avary Leave* Tltiiavllle for Miami and I 2/11I"/ m lucre-mill. when the truer, shrubbery
alai 13. R. Wilson
I' Ion. at Son.
lo /ttl
Intermediate polnta at i : P mNeaTHM(1UND. For nearly
I Reed. 1 1). J.District. and Kenerul rondnlilo! III'I".nrull'| nntploiiHiint

No. II Fort Drum.Bailey. I to lk at and! cool and Invlt- half a century k
I>I'XTA L-SURnON': L.aver/tuevlllefor.iackaonvllle I 3:1:1: in HeN to D. atro? Mo J. E. B. liars, :Sam and Intermediate "olnca.t I I :lt) p in lug to flits eye That are itn
Chandler/ A. L. I r ioin.'rickV.. J. Tltmivtlle for Sanford 1 :/H ant Make! n mixture of 1(11)0ulln. oilsfourth I' gild u ",dt'nl'! In ronil lil., trentment IKmml
irrlvei Tltuavllle from Sanford 1:1/111: : p.m as much woixl uli-ohol. In
Ki.ouin.v. X. apparent
txnatu.- Cole, A. 11. Smith J. much corrosive very |
liamiltnnV.. A. bin been dissolved us made In New Englandlustend I of nacrlllrliiK -

C, District No. 12-Narrows. yjr: '" TO CLOTHING AN) DHY sublimate (bichloride of ineix-nry as It trees that would take belt n Seeds
RI '
GOODS MKltCIIANTS -For will hold. Inject thin with a syringe century to 'plnt-o thu roiid! uiuMter do- F.

None Kent a Floe, Corner Brick I Into the crack of a wall anil floors mud vim some inuthoda of preHervltiK them. aaM I?.I' lavhla. rwmll.In.v hwj, I IainJ f:

kton it.,1,1. District No. 1U: -(Jeorgiana.Chambers Store In Tltugville. the county spray "Infested". furniture with It, behind fuvorif aI1 ,IwJrla ul 'e.al.v.rywillny: IYI/Y :Hani A Mule nimal,
Building\ Mi.., while) now tree 11I.1t pliirrtetl nt
Archie, Gordon, Primus town of Brevaul, on Indl..nIUver. and under upholstered seas. etc. ti WalalJ rr.ae.ll.pYUpwlwlY "
J/ l.
[ /oI>. M. rr.uurlt.tr.ll i.10.
Davis, \\'. 1'. Wl'.t.rl'lIlt' Suitable for clotlilnif, Tale! one mom nt n time, being careful b either nulmim-M or u sourer of ....'".
< n
Nero, I"ntll. furnUlilntJH dry !HO M|>,
Footman have fire or artificial light 1I1">IIt.
to no
DENTIST.: II..U..t11'1111". It nil depends
etc. Rare: chance for a good great
llMerritt.Rnrgnutl .
District Xo. -to-date bunlnemi man on and shut the room up closely for right: upon It.. locution mud lIutllr.1011'"

[*" and! Bridge Work F. LewiJoe | hour. The process may have to b.t repented
Walter the Eliot OoaMt./ Immediate many roiidnldtit the atteugt.IM nmdo to

Porcelain Inlays, Heagg4.laeuh/ Sweeney,M.: O.Hodge (pnniieafllon. Full particulars oiM-e u month for perhups three out down ull wmU. hrublM-ry anti The Largest and Most Com-

IIIIh alas' Plate Work. Oreen Allen Thomas "f(Jet. M. Robbins. Tit 11",11 Ie. moutlv If the Infliction bo grievous "ru" Clean Hweep I.inadu of every- ;

Jackson, Thus.R. I'Vait5)n'Vlltoll.zrl1, A. L. I). Jriistriet carKI); -<<::a I I but K faithfully dune It I Jr sure death flalrll and the result \III anything but mete Establishment South. ,-

---- to oil Tl'rmln.
.Axnu SEVERALINDU'1TRIOtJHPElt-: < !: Xo. 13-Canaveral.Rberwein artistic.
aloe ill *?'!' Stay *> travel l for bourn em.4l Tie inorptnent started In New' tinge: CEO. S, ,
.tahll.h..1|l i eleven years and with a large Casper Klein FrankJobansen A K.ort.n* In Clovk. '
'..fiil in.'i 41)) "Nu1 "'."hunt and agent; form / A. :Simmons, \V'. O. In Vienna posseu.wt an an land now !IK to plant true soul ihmtMtlio
W0 A innn .. their
EMS along roiu1 l<) to -ubanco
-I %VO.klrMash.alair. d1e1Sandall Guldbrandsen ( rod berry heirloom nn old clock muile early Into
bill 'anty. The pluntliiK nn
"'h '"ll'otel advanced in District No. lJHalllovl'r.S nlxteenth century. He thought It
v..k Expxrlems: noLenUal.Ien.: buck from the roadway w> that brnnrhp -
1'.n,'._1." enrh.elf addre., ..n..I....... 0 1It Mo.t In Quantltjr. But In Quality. '( war worth nU>nt '10. One day u ittriingr / will never Interfere with pnfmlntfrnrrlnB ",

.tl tB 1".rlJcrn tit.. Chlcallo. aleJ"s liiitrict Xo. 1*-Ankona.Walker wixx v1w: ('lIlIItItutl! offered hint $-b*> for it.
:<'", anti stets urn taken to keep
W. T.District. The owner siiHiH-cted that If It war the lichen free from all obstructing

Kidney Cure i Xo. 1U! -Micco. Cream Vermifuge worth that It inlulit,, !I.. worth more, ao jfrowthn.

kes W. lie lnvili( i.l'tl the mutter, Ut noon re- .--'-
kidneys and bladder right. Crow .'1111I..14 Nelson, O. I."Iht..1 l offer il f4.IJlIU for It and .lormitn a..up.. .
J. K.: un
NuckoN. II. K. Rainey ) lost ao 'Yr..II.Has instance In
furnish riirloim
Wells, I.. II.District finally Mold It to tlie KcimluKtonuiu. woeM- HoupN n
60 YEARS' Nelson, Peter (} : Led all WORM Remedies. : I."ndoii. for ,lOIAJU.IletnitrkttWe ). which flerrnany illfTer from other nntlotm aw ;,
\ Xo :! Banyan.Alrth
EXPERIENCE ( VERY BOTTLE CUAttANTECO.mmmiD In the pri-purntloii of fixxl. llllknoupii La. r

J. (:: Provost, E.W.Porter BOLD, BY ALL 0ItUCCI8TS. Cure of Dlurrlioea."About "wo..t and savory, cfioolat .
K. L. -- --
Booth, R J el OIIIM... almond w>up and white Miup.frothed .
Harper 'I' Ragan/ J. R. BA1X.ARD, BT. Lf LYIS. < nix years ago for the hint time and br are MANUFACTURERS OF '.
JAMES F. l 1.*inoii M>up soup
1 Kobt. Sanders A. 1'. :... .. __ .:" In life I had a sudden and severe "t-
Harper Geo. W. __ .._. _ ._ n_ my MII- unioiiic the number whllo' soaps mad I
Lee. C. D Warner tack of diarrhoea says Mra. Alice Doors Sash Blinds. "
atrnwlwrrle. cur- ,
Jeo. S. of apples J )'Hrn. ,
Martin, J. X.District. Warner ere of Morgan. Texas. "I gut temporary
White City. relief hot It Clime back again and runts cud Charier are not uncommon.'Hnre :
TRADE MARaar Xo.Peterson : i- DISEASESare
KIDNEY MaterIal.
i OcalchsCorrMlaHTa: again and for six long yeara I have aut- nre also n large numtier of AMU/ Mcolding & Building

AC.aikMrh PeterIietrict bred more misery and agony than I van soups which bear a strong rfHwiubluucv

''e! and donorlptlnn' may No. 22-Wooilley.Aklus tell. It was worse than death. My husband to the flub coup* of the Kumilan kitchen. OtBce A Waierooma King opposite
our ulmnn free whither aa King Geo. W. the most fatal of all dial- hundred of dollars for phyIclans Cannon Street'Charleston i
'*'>;IT p".nt....'.. ('ommuntfM.u.juntlnl. J. D. spent
llandbnokonl'atonujiMnir Solomon Leatherman, J. R. prescription and treatment 3Iedlcln' C. ;
'' for miinnx tmien',. Bennett uses.FOLEY'S. Tile Perfect her S.
throe Muint: ft Co. rcc TAmerican. Broughton R. A.Vete, II. without avail. Finally we moved to ,
....... IA tbe W. :S. BoMjae county, our present home and Mr )(. A. Jolley, Noble'; O. T.. writes: j

5\I ntific e. Brown _- KIDNEY CURE It IGuaraalaid one day I happened to MM an atlrrrtiao "I have used Jfetbloa for number of Sash Weights Cord au> I

Rimed meat of Chamberlain's colic cholera andDiarrhoea yean, and can cheerfully rocommeil Itaa ,

.. n.tral P ol."irnal. Tern. ,.l a Hardware
yalnew.dealere.&lI Virginia HomesYou a man who had been cured by It. The the greatest blood purifier. It U a medicine -

UN l O:3: YorkANNER or money refunded. Contains ,i cue was ao similar to ray own that 1 of positive merit and fully accom- Glas

-'m.' ..,. Jx r sneakNew Do '" remedies recognized by emi 'concluded to try the remedy. The remit nllahea all that U claimed for It." Malaria Window and Fancy ,

was wonderful. I could hardly roil cannot find a )lodgment In the ayrt- SPECIALTY. I IFoley's
Lands A
SALVERloa learn all\ about Virginia mode of cultUatlon ,- nent physicians as the best let Is that I was well again or believe It tem while the liver la In perfect order -
a iU resources products the and Bladder trouble could be ao after suffering so long: but for one of Ita function la to prevent the ----- --- --- --

h..ling| calve! In the world.ley'S prices etc.. by send reading 1nctn. Kidney that one bottle of medicine costing but absorption of fever producing polaonaIlerblne Honey mad Tarfor

Virginia Fanner. the PRICK Me. aavi JIU few eenta, cured roe." For sale by all I. a moet fflclent liver regula-

Honey and Tar for 3 months mibscrlptlon\. to 13. 1C. WILSON &: SON druggists and medicine dealer.. tor. COo at U. K. Wilson it Son. bIJdre ,..I..un. No opiates IFAST

s moldsprevents pneumonia. Farmer Co., Emporla, a.

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JULY. 1903.
President; WM. M. BROWN -:-
l HURRAH FOR JACKSONVILLE C. S. SCHUYLEK, Cashier W. S. BRANM: : A at. C..h., ?, ';

r Jacksonville's citizens BANE
A WBSKLT JOOIVAL D[VOTEO TO '1'.. DBTBorncnT to have a Trades'! Carnivithia
or Tat INDIAN Krv[., LAKM merchant
fall ; and
of Florida's metropolis undertak Constipation

: KVKKV FBIDAY.OMARLBH to do anything for the benefit of Authorized capital, $100 CC
the people of Paid up capital, $40'0
their town, they-like Makes Biliousness and Bad Complexions.en
H. WALTON, Editor & PnbllHheDioontlnuanra l'ltu8vfl1e-go Into it with considerable Where's your beauty? Keepthe system In good Average deposits, $150:0, :

t, vim, and a heartiness that I I iA condition aDd all the organs healthy,by taking
of sdvts. meet ba made -
a pleasure to behold. The Jack ,, Transacts a General
thin office or by writing. BankinI
sonville merchants are men of push x
r D A MDN9S ,. .
OUeoK.eto., may !be made payable toCH..HLBII and perseverance, and are alwaj hIll : Bnsia

H. WALTIIW,puhllnher.) ready to give "the right hand of p.PJ J IVERJ CJ 1"Ya. I ess,
fellowship" to their country coue
BOSTON OFFICK:-THM KANT COAT: Alive Ins when they visit the above gc. : 'rt Largest and Oldest Bank on the Hit

OATH ban opened an ofllise et444> Atlantic avenui!, which gently heist Nature. In elimi.i Exchange .,
of Mr. CII.lldoO. ahead and up-to-date city. From and Tonic Pellets, : Candounerlesbald; ?u ? trota, ,
Boston, which will bo III charge u s. >
Walton. personal experience the ADVOCAT: Dating the poison and at the same time make good t,

editor can prove the above state blood good digestion, good health, and will keep rM appreciated. PrfIn'llt, .

.. C9: In writing t.,the AUVOOATK for Inform ment. When the residents of the Th. Rose In Your Cheehs. y y treatmefte.,ami natIve ev..ry anklu favor, ,?'1?',...unxltOph, ,; '!
!g Bra; ?"ua\
tlon of any kind,the writer will oblige: by enclm eI metropolis feel inclined to accou. Free Sample and Booklet at all dealers ,

I a Inn a taini, >ed-aililreHHed env, plush anything there Is general); 4,. Complete Treatment'a.4 Seaboard Rational COHREBPONbKNTR Hank ,.f l N,,, S'"rk
ctl. 1 v ,, r yns National liaiik of Jacksonville. n u
days as
pull and a pull 2S
a long pull, a strong
Addraai all oommunloatlont to ...
KA8T COAST ADVOCATE, altogether for the success of the c..M.w.....rah" aw"" r.rITUSVILLE, r LA.

t TITOSVILLB FLORIDA.. undertaking As entertainers in hand., Jacksonville'" FUEL -
I, U. 8. Department-' of Agriculture residents are hard to beat ; and THE S AND SUPPLY COMPANY!

many instances of their hospitalit;;
Weather Bureau-Jupiter, Fla
can be personally proven by Sold by U. 11. WILSON A SON TITUSVILLE.

representatives of the ADVOCATE --. ------ --- -...----- Wood, Coal, Coke, Brick, Lime, Cement
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The following comparative statement It is pleasure to know that FlorIda ,
of temperature and rainfall for the a REPLIES TO STUART. propositions stand on their own merits, *
weekending/ Tuesday, July 21, 19>
-1003: -190JDATB. : Jacksonville ; and the pink paper He further states that It Is not doing Vitrified Paving and Sidewalk Brick....
MAX. MIN. MAX. MIN of the East Coast.heartily Joins the< JENSEN: FLA.,July 21, 100:). Jensen much !good. I assert there l Is nota ,
88 72 M> 74 word In the article that every representative
15 10: 85: 71 8\1!) 7.'I: Times-Union and Metropolis ii Editor East Coaat Advocate man or woman in Jensen falls Offices foot ot Hogan Street, Jacksonville, Florida Telephone No.J ;

,, 17 \Ul 70 HO 80 wishing every success to the coming. "A man from Jensen who Is 'tooting to accept as a literal fact. If he does not J. K. :MUNNERLYN, General Manager.
18 80 7:1: DO 78 Trades' Carnival and its management his own born' In the Star, Is not doing think so let him call on the people here
10 87 7S! 00 80 who _re already showing considerable Jensen much good. Such articles as the and he will find out. -----.--- -- ---- '
20 87 77 H7 72 activity In securing sev last one he wrote ought not to be pub As for his famous vigilance committee
21 80 70 HI' 70 lI hed. If he lived at Stuart on the St. of :Stuart for handling\! objectionable E. C.
j Total rainfall for the week: 1.31 eral first-class attractions for the Lucie river he would be waited on by a characters;if they would take the matterIn JOHNSON S.
Departure from normal rainfall for the Carnival. One of the best bands vigilance committee." hand pf handling literary persons, his
I, week: plus 0.12 Inches. Departure In the South is said to have beet The above Is a clipping from the Stuart tenure of citizenship would be of short
from normal rainfall since January 1,, engaged to discourse sweet music correspondent of the ADVOCATE. I have duration. If the Stuart correspondent Groceries and Fresh Meats
pins 5.81 Inches. never, under any circumstances, writtenan can "hold things down" at Stuart, Jensen '
HAL. P. MAKDIN, Observer. at Hemming Park, free to everybody article attacking the Individuality of can manage to take care of Itself, .
i ; and there will also be lots any person, but have written on the defensive and if they have occasion to call in help of all kinds.
--- -- of music in the Stadium, grounds as I shall do at present. Anyone they will call on some correspondent who

r FLORIDIANS will have all the politics for which will soon be prepared has the privilege; to ciltlclxe or attack I knows what he is writing about.STAB'S Fruits and Vegetables in Season.
article that IH published contrary to JKXSKX: CO IIEIIJ'OYDKYT.
they are looking for durIngthe On the whole, Floridians may rest any their own views, but no right whateverto Mall Orders Receive Prompt Attention.

< next fifteen mon hs. It Is a assured that they will be well entertained attack the! author. Any attempt on Night Was Her Terror."I aoao. FLA.
that the campaign should have on the above occasion. that order unwarranted.
pity\ .
would cough nearly all night long, -- - -
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far in advance, and it Is "The man from Jensen who Is tooting ( ----- --- --
opened so
horn." dtflnlllon of a writes Mrs. Chas. Applegate; of Alexandria
his My per
to be hoped that business will not THE pope is dead, and Christian! son own tooting their own horn Is one who IH Ind., "and could hardly get any
I be neglected during the political throughout She world will deplorethe lauding/ their own praises. If theme Is n sleep. I had consumption so bad that if Lumber and Building l Material
enthusiasm. loss of Leo XIII. Hit single word In the article referred to In I walked a block I would cough frightfully
Pope blood but when all other
which the author makes any personal and spit ,
was a pure life-devoted to the reference to self, I fail to see It. medicines failed, three $1.00 bottles of Sash, Doors and Blinds, Bri IT goes without saying that news. cause of Christianity ; and no one Just here Is the 'Tons aHnlnoram" of Dr. King's New Discovery wholly cured Hardware, MASURY'S HOUSE PAINTS, F. W. BIRD & ";><0--:
paper advertising Is paramount can say otherwise than that Pope. many would-be newspaper correspond. me and I gained 53> pounds." It's absolutely PARO1U ROOKINO AND HiIKATIIINO PAPERS.
In business ents. They do not know the difference guaranteed to cure coughs, Orders filled promptly. Write us for estimates
where expect. Leo good spirituallyintellectually ,
success was a man
submitted and the colds, la grippe, bronchi and all throat
ed. Its superiority has been proved and politically. The author. The author of a proposition Is and lung troubles Price f 0o and $1.00.) General Office at Eau Oallle. Fin.

BO frequently that this question news of his death has been received no part of the proposition itself. All Tilal bottles free at all drug stores. Yards at EAU GAI.LIK, TITUHVILLK, FORT PHCUCE and West I'nln.Bn. ,

. no longer comes up for discussion sadly and calmly all over the __ ___ -__ .
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Whatever one's business may be, civilized world.
he will (find decided benefit from 9--f7m-t E3rEa .. a3ga g8sr e
., O'HaraJ
t. advertising in the ADVOCATE, the THE "good old summer time" U : Hodges c C ,

only pink paper in the South with us ; but neither the dry nor r THE UNIVERSITY OF FLORID ...Manufacturers and Dealersln.( ..

the wet weather nor mosquitoes, (EXCLUSIVELY: .'ORIALE8; .) I. Rough PINE LDMBEt
FRANK Clark may make a good seem to diminish the regular crop .. Twentieth Year. Beginning Sept. 22, t 19O3. DressedOrange and CYPRESS

run for Congressman, and we hear of June and July weddings on the I Box Heads, Fruit and Vegetable; Crates. Mouldings; Shingles,eta

lIe ia much pleased with his chancesof East Coast. SEVEN FOUR-YKAR ( Aprlrultnral!' ,Chemlntry.Clvll. KiiiclnHertuir, :Me.plinnlfHl l\IlIIsand office located at Buffalo Bluff, Fla. Write us for prices delivered
election. We really thought he I' KnirliiDorliiK' ,Uenernl Holence Latin riulurce.' .ClnxiilrH. Two .. .' course In a to any part of the State. Address: Hodges & 0'I1m'a, Buffalo liluff, Fit
i "Moclumlo *rt. One yeur'n course In lino Dena tit (Htonoia.ii'l'y and'Typi-wrltlnn.. A
had left Florida for good when he AM, now it is said that the lIon. preparatory| course of one or two yearn, IM req Irril. for those untiring. : nuh. -'- -- .- --
tion. A short oimni..of live we k. In AgrlfnUurnor Hiirtluiiltnn' -
"Land of Promise
went to James E.. Broome is a candidatefor CournuH am also offurtnl. I'rel'.1 I I The Oldest KxtahllHlieil Grain and, fteml Nuns., in I'. SUU-
Oklahoma ; but It seems that he of State. Good luc The ilormltorlra. urn uiuler the Immediate ll ,prvl.lnn..r Instructor","
Secretary effort to Infiine. Into the.tlllent.ulurlt wh .d.. luiulH to hitch: niimtal\, "' -- -
came to the conclusion that there to him. every|ih\Klunl .....vul"I'm..nt..oln.|' O'iim..*lum-llcgulatlvianil. corrective niniiuHtlci
was "no place like home" after all. tnln| >(l of all RtiiilunM. Kluu tmitlern" I>,11111111'1|| | '{.anti drat oln... e'I..11 ment. I Wm- ..4m.Bou.rs & Cc

leave the "Land of Flowers"for I
Many r"'l
TIIOHB who are interested in matters TUITION FREE TO FLORIDA STUDENTS. 'NO
but notice that the
, majority good,of them we are only too gladto connected with the white try, e For Catalogue,ailtlrvmt, I GRAIN, HAY, AND GARDEN SEEDS,
should read the article on 8th
return. page. t T.H. TALIAFERRO C. E., PI. D? President, Lake City Fla. j Flour, Grits. Meal and Fertilize

Rockledge.Gardner eftS gDni ON calm cs ea >.aa; ....-.:=---: .c

Now that New Hampshire has' __ _____ ___u_ ll ST.L0UI.H4a 112 EastBay Street, JACKSONVILLE:: FLA.
abandoned prohibition, the peopleof
that State Ond It harder Harden and at AjIta.; for i-uiiua Feed. Warehouses on tracks of 8. A. L. R'y. and Plant Spite
to get a family are now IF YOU WANT A...
drink than it was before, a8 the llouilersonvllle! N. C. .--- --'- ----

State commissioners have grantedbut Oao. GIngras now at work on the
nineteen licenses so far. The ituncli ha Is to bulM for Mr. Day. Lot P. Ruhlman: : & Co.

profits of the liquor trade in New Mr. and Mm. J. D. Donahue rejoic In ...Building ,
Hampshire will be less than they .he arrival of a son. All are getting :i!01 Washington St J l NEW YOltK.

were under the prohibition law. be. along nicely. or a lot with a BUIMUXO=, HEADY FOR OCCUPANCY, !Murray: Street f X. Y.
the liquor dealers will haveto Mm. C. 11. Hibbs and d.tuirliter' and .
ion, Vera and Charley, are at Mortimer,
license fees if sell
they at
all.pay We are told that the chancesare ", Ivy., viHlllnif relatives. 1'INKAPrr.E PLANrATIONorTKUCK HARDEN Florida Pineapples
Wm Illndlu linn tininlioj.
that there will be less liquor putting n We probably have for sale just what you are seeking
toad l tin roof on U. X. Match's new
sold in that State under license warehouse and grain room at his stoip. I Settlers:! are flocking but still there Is room. If you ait

than there was under prohibition. Last Sunday night soma miscreant ie- looking this way, drop a line to OTJTfc SPCI..A..II.L"'i:.

loved Win. \'ounl'l1'oult.'y ronttt of n JAS. E. INGR A HAM 3rd Vice-Present,
We several of the in State aud wish replett
represent largest shippers ,
AMBASSADOR Choate, who is the dozen hens that have beou supplying him FLORIDA EAST COAST R'Y, your
Tllh for the
representative of the United :Statesat : eggs summer you also. Give us a trial shipment Established :JII<> year"

the Court of St. James, London, The orange growors arc now watchingind ST. AUOTT8TI .. FLA --- -----
wherever them U a sign| of
says he wants to see a monument KBTAHLISHKD! 1871)
he mealy bug or, runt. Vigilance la the
erected to the memory of "the irlco of victory and IIno fl ult.

father of hl( country" George C. E. Merchant and two daughters!, of Well-Bred Cigars.

Washington, in the British capital, ktangonln, stopped a short time at Kook- --'- M. Lane & Son
for the "mutual admiration of England edge ou the way to Daytona. lie Is the ,
and America" George Washington gent for the Rhode l Inland i ( Motor Co, OUR 3-CKXT BRANDS.

has most of his. ancestors a very moderate priced! l etijilne, and saido "SAN MATEO" 230: WASHINGTON STREET, NEW YORK.
be very reliable and 1 durable.
buried in England, and Ambassador
Choate wants to see some token A number of young. people of Cocoa Made from the choicest Florida leaf. Southern Fruit and ProW
Kockledge, on Wednesday evening,
of respect paid to their ancestor, game together ind calling on U. II.llibbs, OPERA"The /vl(
"the immortal George ;" especially .at his home, had a good! tlmo and enjoy. "SILK

he of English descent, anda 0,1 themselves. There were woven or ) of Havana.
as was highest grade Imported or.c.r.c..iss1on. Mrchari.ts.:
iRlit couples and In dancing they passed t o : : : :
Hritlsher longer than he
was a
the hour most pleasantly. Mr.
citizen of the United States. way They're well bred-well crown In the +
O."er. of Cocoa, was the violinist, and FLORIDA PINEAPPLES OUR SPECIALTY.
hey called( In Mrt. Wilson, of Kockledgv, leaf, and made in our clean, airy /Kan g
1\1I guitarist. Mateo factories, by competent American w
JACKSONVILLE has-certainly made workmen. Stencils, Cards and our quotations furnished on application
big strides since the deplorable fire. Photos of prominent or society people You smoke the pure and fragrant reality I ._
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or Cocoa and Itockledge; views of street when you use these brands.
Fine houses and business blocks
"cones, building, orange trees or any
are going up all over the city, and hlng that Interest people lu our lo- San Mateo Cigar and Tobacco Factories The Buffalo Motor
a. to paved streets, why it nearly are allty wanted or advertise by J.IViUon Cocoa: and,Kockledge of hock ,
the editor's breath
ledlle. They are to be used In the colmns S. W. ROWLEY SAN MATEO. FLA.
away the other day when he saw of the Times Union and are to .
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. j so many of them. Jacksonvillestill urnlnh a basis for the most complete -- --- Has demonstrate

holds her the dltlon of the paper for the St. Louis J xonltloD -
own as metropo. ALL KINDS OF
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of Information.
as a source its superiority!
Us of Florida ; and while Titusvilleis

'. still away behind her, we hope Sound kidneys are safeguard of life. all other for thes<
f: the time is not far distant when lake the kidneys healthy with .'oley'. JOB PRINTING
something will turn up to place the Idncy[ Cure. Sold by Wllsan A Son. waters.

.\ metropolis Indian River back to ns

the prosperous position she wish held UrI\3'lna, Neatly, Cheaply and Expeditiously LIGHT DRAFT. HIGH SPEE''
for many years. Anyway, we

Jacksonville continued prosperity, Iy Draylng attended! .or to.banllnlt Meets of all all)trains.Inds. prompt.Busies Executed at the office of the Absolutely Reliable.

I for she has some of the most up. promptly) attended to.

to-date merchants in the South. w. B. K.NOU: Tltutvllle.! EAST COAST ADVOCATE,. TITUSVILLE. Geo. R. Wallace, Agt. West Palm Beach.

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Eden. Melbourne. GEORG MARX. JOHN' MARS 'J1VI..A.JE '

Boarding. : : B <>S. ..:

Mr. and :Mrs.S. K. Webb are the proud .

parents of a bran new son, who arrived -.r: Subsoi Iptlons for ADVOOATK,

In AVeot Palm Bench. last Sunday mornIng. the pink paper of the East Coast, will be WHOLESALE GROCERS
received at the Melbourne Postofflco. .
who wish a pleasant Miss Annie Mae Whipplo who formerly -
"Irable |people West Palm resided here, Is up from West Palm .
o .t I??''I', Rt while in Beach for a long visit with her friends. Goon!: A: HOODK.-H.. l Rotate, Notary 1'uMlo ,Fruit and Produce Jobbers. r.
MINARET- COTTAGE, and Cnnveyanovni. AKelltl for jtttna, London ,
1 win, Evernla and Mrs Geo. E. Andrews and daughtersare and Liverpool. and Globe, Hartford and ITovtilence !
dllve street, between \Washington.. Inollrl\ll"8l''III"anl .
visiting nt Mrs. W. F. Richards'
clean Special attention raid to the Interests ot

, just such a place.> comfortable Nice, ing Mr. Andrews' absence in the north. nun,resldeuta.nR .............. Corner Bay and Julia Sts., JACKSONVILLE, FLA. -
furnished ;
,:181 goody Misses Mabel Schuylor and Kebu Le- r. A. l' E E PHYNH-UV Awn SmioicoN..: i
good{, wholesome food; Tourneau spent last Saturday afternoon ISi'Klilcni'o, Mttlhnurna. Eau (lalllu, liiemUy YOUR EYES. WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF HAY GRAIN AND FEED.
:'rlle prices, are the recotnmendaOuly at Strathvern, the guests of :Misses Alice and Friday. at'tvrnoons.The If suffering from any eye defects or weak ,
: limited number of room- and Kathleen Holmes. sight call at. my new well-appointed optical -
' II (T. S. Engineer Corps -wel'e'9 in Institute. Special complete lease PURINA FEED OUR SPECIALTY. t
an l be> accommodated Table Our good friend, E. II. Walker, after town last "'lid",. grinding,: outfit in connection Seed Potatoes, Sued Peanuts and Cow Peas in Benson.j0 .
another pleasant stay with us has left Dit.
'lillty for his home in Orlando to be gone until Little Fritz Hawk has returned home (t -We solicit consignments of Fruits and VogeUible
: FRANK DARLING, the first of August. from St. Augustine.Mr. 11 Laura St. Jacksonville, Fin.
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West Palm Beach, Fla. William Fee, of Melbourne, will, preach F. II. Fee visited his home folks

here next Sunday. It will be the drat the first of the week Atlantic Beach. WANTS A GOOD SCHOOL.

-- service In the new church, and we hopeto Homer C. Conkling made a visit to Eau Gallie.The ,

Stuart. see a good attendance. TUusville last week. GICOKOIANA FLA., July 12, 11)03.)
Major and Mrs A. :St: Chic: Abrams
This month will be a busy one for our Miss Nellie Oard has gone to West Lillian: f'. is making very regular were guests of the Continental this week Editor ]o."M Count Advocate:
growers who nre busy loading with time on her Banana river mall to
cum Palm Beach on a visit. runs
ha this year Is very light pineapple plants. The demand is far in Nathan, and the natrons express them- The EAST COAST ADVOCATK nan ho The patrons of the GeorglAim school
e xp CtPIthut they will bring,: very excuse of the supply, and 11'lce8111'u very Mr. and Mrs. Frank Robertson expectto selves as well satisfied with the service. purchased at the Continental hotel new realize the need of n pood school, they M
nnd. return to the East Coast this week. stand. want none other. A teacher who oao
i prices. Sam :Martin brought; the Melbourne teach and keep) good order or disciplineIn
ithluz! In the St. Lucle Is tin popunw The meeting of tIle Tea Club which Mr. and Mrs. it!. Stanley Jonec, of Quay, Ball Tea to Eau Uullie in his fine Miss Smith, au attractive young lady the school Some excellent teachers

l large; parties going; almost wan to have been held at the home of were In town a couple of days last week. launch, the Dreamer. She had just boot from Daytona 'Is" a guest of Mrs. Via hag fall In government, a failure I lu that Is a ;

y night Mrs. Ciirettin, has been postponed until Mrs. J. M. Heard and daughters' of overhauled and looked In splendid shape at the Continental failure Indeed. Next to a good teacher

jshluz! I is very good here now. Yellow next week which, owing\ to a severe RI"aiDedanklt' DeLand, are the guests of Grand View Mr. Kogero had his launch on Hodir The Continental entertaining people Is a good local supervisor, either a man

: trout,, sea b.iss: and Ilcnl ndtlls are Mrs Curt-ton wa so unfortunate cottage. son Bros'. for the His not only from Florida, but from GeorgiaSouth or woman and one having, If possible
j to get as a sequel to a happy ways repairs, Carolina and Tennessee some experience In tho practical work.
plentiful.Ilaniuergor afteiuoou spent on the buauli.Mis. Harry Sample, with a party from Sebastian of the week. She runs regular trip I Ings of what constitutes good

representing the E. O. Millerto her little stopped here en route to Eau along the east side from Cocoa to point The 1IIIIRo8l1en and Cowan, two and one who Is a patron Is achool.i ;,

liter fertilizer Co.; of Jacksonville, .Janet Shirley to )Fort Pierce baby l.inr\lxitor Monday mule last Saturday. north and south. charming/ New" 'Yorkers and singers of an Interest and realize what Is best or

here this week. to spend the day with the baby's Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Andrews. and two Geo. F. Paddison's fine launch is near .note, are at the Continental necessary in case the teacher has troublo

M Ida Baker returned from Forte mother. M IS. Shirley Is very III and is children, of Fort 1
Tuesdayand will\ spend the sum- going to Titusville for treatment-, meanwhile guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Buck the work on the cabin Is In the hands of night, was an oiioynblo| ultatr, and should the supervisor\ Im one handicapped -
here with her parents. the small girl hat the very best of past week. Alex Near and when finished will be the attendance: was quite good. with his own business affairs Imo
homes, and will receive the tenderosl second to none on the river. is not likely to sacrifice what he regards
,Iho| Michael, H. B. Bnrke and Old from .lII's.lHer S. T. Middleton and Win. Castle are Mr. II. II. Buckumn, a prominent lawyer his own Interest for the sake of tno ,
aides spent several days out In the care and daughters among those who enjoy fishing,: with rod Messrs. Hobbins, Bond and Conrad from Jacksonville Is making) his school and thereby causing the schoolto s

d this week hunting. Theie was groat excitement here last and reel, and we notice they are usually; were the guests of Geo. F. Paddlson on headquarters at thoContlpental. suiTor

. Simmons joins the procession of Sunday when steamer was discovered su cceaefu I. Sunday: and Monday last. They were :Miss: Bossle Tysen, of Jacksonville, I III Goorgiiiua: has patrons capable In every ;,
attending,: a of the board of dlrectors
this week. Mr. Simmons is to be stranded directly opposite this It is with I'egl'etwe learn of the serious of meeting one of the popular And bright youn way, tl) servo In that capacity.
ding the
East Coast Lumber and
a one story residence. place. She was so close in that her four Illness of Mrs Cha Valentiue. She 18 Co. : lady guests' at the Continental hotel. There Is nu need of listening to some
ding Supply
masts, red funnels, pilot house, and, in In the hospital at St. Paul, Minn., and malcontent or'mmldler, who had rather
:si Amy Kite hi OR baa returned from fact, all her upper works were plainlyto there is very little hopes of her recovery The race between Harry Christian, of Mrs, Goldman and her attractive and see the school) sink out of sight than
, uitlan, nnd says that the Ice up there be seen from the river bank. As soon Eau Gallie, and Mr. Braddock of Sebnstlan popular daughter-in-law who hull from have It succeed, unless ho Is on top.
\It ono bit colder than It Is here. as she was seen, or hoard of, every man A large crowd of our townspeople resulted a win by the Eau Gallie Macon, are guests of tho Continental. Politics should not rule lu a thing of

.0 Ball has the frame work of a two- ran to his windmill and climbed up to get went to Eau Gallic Saturday/ last to representative It was a well-contestei. Tr. J. Spollold still represents Cocoa this 1 kind. Tno often a would-be local
witness the and
resilience well under way. Mr. a better view, then scudded for his boat. bicycle race participate race, and created much excitement. V\ I and C. II. Walton represented Tltusvlll' political boss becomes the malcontent or ;
f In the ball and ball. All a
building near Chas. Woodward's. Boats of every description wore soon tinder most game time. report deal of money changed hands on the at the Continental! hotel this week. meddler, and If listened to, ruin a good e
way, and the beach became swarming enjoyable event. school; and frequently such a ono I Is no

e are pleased to report that Curd with people in short order. There Died, at Woloott, X. Y on July l.lrh: Senator James P. Talla'roIn.1 his patron of the hchool and does not Intend
oder Is recovering from his recent lay the boat of mystery only a thousand !Mrs Emma Fee Dutton, Mrs Mutton Capt. and :Mrs f. II. Andrews of Tib charming wife and attractive daughters to be, yet he must bo on top.A .

'39. lie expects to be out in a few, feet away. Her name was made out to Mas the mother of 11 Ir". Geo. F. 1'addi balM, were the /guests of Mrs A. U. llodg are still sojourning at the Continental. good school Is the chief and only .

'. be Atlan'ican and she seemed to be a son, of Eau: Oallie, who linn the deepen Hon for a few days this week They; Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Hookwlth and their! thing to bit aimed at. A short term

,InK. Woodward Is making a lot of cattle boat. What she came in for nobody sympathy| of her many friends Lore and of were the on summer.their way Tho north captain for the leaves balance his bright young son and daughter, ,"'!lII'cnce with a /pood. teacher I"( butter than n long I

rovetnents to his already beautiful knew. If any of the party had bad elsewhere. boat anchored in our safe harbor until and Percy lire guests of the Continents. term with 1p"ur teacher, or even a good
a megaphoneIt would! have been an easy teacher under a voidable condition by
the work in
a. G. W. Thomas baa matter to talk, but all they could do was Mr. Chas. Noble gave a launch party he returns Mr. and Mrs. '1', V. Porter and attractive the Inelllclenry of thoso In control. A j

gee to stand and look and surmise. The to Tropic the first of the week. Those The attendance nt the race and bill daughters are still at the Continental, term lengthened 1 under such circumstances -

ra. J. W. Ives, of Ojus, was a passcnm -, ocean was as still as a mill pond. The present were :. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Camp- match on Saturday last /hued\ the townto hut will soon leave for the item"hl1'o will ruin an otherwise good school r
" Tuesday's southbound train, re- most reasonable surmise was that the bull, !Mr. and Mrs Claude Iteaujean, Mr! ovel'lI<>wlmc. Visitors from all along Hills for the balance of the summer or run It Into the !ground leaving the

nng from a visit to relatives on In- vessel was leaking and that they put her and Mrs. 1. C. Nicholson, Misses Alice the lino were In evidence. The Eau Gal Mr anti Mrs. J. di. Crosby) of Jack. average so low that tlio school has little

Kiver. ashore to make repairs and pump out ; at and Mollio Nicholson 11001Cnmpboll.. He Club reports a very ).Ielll Messrs. J. R Frazier,
here was a farewell dance, Wed nes- any rate, they pumped, and when they bell and Capt.Nicholson Sam Martin ;commander. Camp- financially, for maintaining; grounds, Mr. Crosby will soon leave for J.olI.I"nIInol The writs! being a patron In this t
in honor of Miss Zoda Mull- /got. ready they just turned around and as bats, balls, etc.Melboiiino Paris, to purchase more Jewelry for school, knows whereof he nlllrme 1 lots
The and the
day was delightful trip
headed out to soa, with a farewell blast I not a novice.: lie Is not alone, andhas
who leaves this week for her home his house.
i, enjoyed by all. and Eau Gallic baseball
from the siren, and were soon out of had some experience, In school af.
lie north. sight down the const. Most likely they clubs faced each other on the diamond 1I"III'lIln'81'( of Jacksonville, has boo fairs. He I Is an old man now, too old! to

18. II, W. Bossey departed for her are in the habit of coming ashore to do NO FALSE CLAIMS -The proprietorsof on Saturday: last Roth had a good nine enjoying a visit with Mrs. It. (I. Rasa at be active any olllclal capacity, yet has

IeI' home In Tennessee, TueHday.Bo their washing, and this is the first time Foley's Honey and Tar do not adver- and, after :a well-contested game, the result the Continental. Capt. lions, who haul seen a few things that may ha of HOI vice

Key will be absent several weeks, we have seen them. Think of the disappointment tiMe it as a "sure cure for consumption." wall II to II In Eau Unlllu's favor, been on a trip to South Carolina, joined to all whom It may concern, entered the
will he much missed by her lends. for those who had vision They do not claim It will euro this dread with one Innings to play. The game wa the above party( on Sunday.: public schools over seventy yuan ago asa

of casks and barrels and other good complaint In advanced cases, but do positively splendidly umpired by James Andrews, pupil at four years of ago continued
four masted steamship This has boon busy week at AtlantIc
large was things that go to make up a wreck; but, assert that it will cure In the earlier of Edon, whose decisions were always I the same until advanced far enough to
the Atlantic (Beach and there Is something going on
m on Coast opposite final and
of course, everyone was really glad the stages and never falls to give; comfort satisfactory. enter higher/ school, then returned to
,nI8 :Saturday night She off nearly all the time. Manager Vlnln
: got
boat got off.TREAT and relief In the WOI' cases. Foioy'sHoney -- the public school as teacher, then patron -
deep water Sunday and proceeded and 1 wife am continually on the move,
hward and Tar Is without doubt the When other medicines have. failed take entertaining and. making It pleasant for then held an otllclal relation In
THE KIDNEYS FOR RHEU greatest: throat and I lung remedy. Refuse )Foley's Kidney Curn. It has CUI'.I when the guests. them and somo times lu both rapacities.In .
apt Dan (toes, who has had charge MATISM.-When you are suffering from substitutes Sold by B. U. Wilson &" bon everything else has disappointed. Sold 1 one torn or In another he bus had to

freighter, Admiral, this summer, rheumatism the kidneys must be attended ---- by B. U. Wilson A Son, Titusville. Mr and I Mrs Cohen prominent I'I'KI do with the public schools of the county; tIle
this for Roan dents of Jacksonville, are still the popular here In tho seventies
week, Cuba Capt to at once so that they will eliminate came eaily ;
?o from Cuba to New York aboard the ItIlo acid from the blood. Foley's Fort Pierce.Our guests! or the Continental. They era built the first school douse In Georglaua,

i un yacht. Kidney Cine Is the most effective reme- South Rockledge. accompanied by their bilgit! xounjd.iiigliteis. If not oil the Island, and gave Its use to
]Mrs Cohen hud '
; delightful
the for this school then when
r, and Mrs. I Roy Lane, Capt. John dy for this purpose. It. T. Aopkinn, of planters: aro now busy putting/ out visit from her attractive sister, Miss larger county and butter emu was,needed, with a

ml i Miss( Mary Bunnell and Stan- doctoring Polar, WIs.three, says: "After for unsuccessfully rheumatism pineapple slips Miss (rei-trndc lir<>eso spent Sunda; ,'111\116,011 Sunday.Mrs. the aid Bitching Gilbert's years
The party spent went Sunday down at In Capt. with the best doctors, I tried Foley's Kid Mrs. :Miller, of Eden, was a pleasant with her friend, Miss My era/ Williams Kdward; Holdur, who tins been In ,good: people and tax payers of this place,

liael' catboat. ney Cure and cured me. cannot speaktoo visitor in town on Monday B. I. Johnson has been sulTeilng the Cincinnati 0., for some time has j..lne.1ber lit built our present school house, seo-
Sold hiislinnd at Continental where and to none of the rural school buildings
highly of this great medicine. week with iibcess his ,
/ hand.
past an on
iok Stanley is painting/ Mrs. C. S.: H. by B. K. Wilson A Son, Titusvillo. :Mrs C, T. MoCarty, of Eldrvd, was she Is making many friends. Mr. llolde of this county
"Y'K residence this week. Lot theI visiting in town on Munday.! Mr. and Mis. C.: B. Magruder are contemplating Is a prominent phoHphatodealor Rt 0"1111.' YOIIM truly, A. V. II.

I work gi> on. There Is nothing that The gun shoot luncheon was quite a a trip up into Southern, (ia. They expect to shortly visit New York ------ -- ---

roves the looks of a town more than WhiteCity.. success, a very good sum being: realized.;, Mrs House, who has been iiiito sick and Huston and leave for Europe: on a "FREE PASSES."

painted residences The Woodmen of the World hold their the IIIIIIt throe weeks, Is elY much Im few months' visit. '

,t II meeting recently held It was dad Mr. Fransen has his hands full setting regular/ meeting last Tuesday: night A proved. Mis Fronland, a popular young lady hereafter The Passalo no Kecord connected serves notice with that that
1 not to move the Methodist church, number from Jacksonville Joined her sister Miss person
out pines near the station. large were present O. H. Hubs and Mr. and Mrs. C. W. paper will he permitted to use ticket
regent I location being all that could Kale Freeliind at the Continental las
,-..1 rod. received The receipts from pineapples' are now Willifurd, wets calling on friends hereSunday. inuikod "complimentary." It explains
E. btypman has withdrawn Jones & Beemendetfer have a Saturday. The father of Miss Frvulam
''ffur of a lot for the present.our carload of pineapple slips and are busy quite satisfactory. At the beginning of and Ca|>t. It. P. Paddlson<< formerly of this announcement by saying that no
the season prices were very poor. J. 1'. Cocoa with newspaper ever receives any favor for
setting them out. Cooper, our druggist, rir.nsvlllc. were old friend, and tho lat
last items we stated that J. I> which It does not at full laton.. It
his wife and Miss pay
Mrs. K. B. Ranlerson and Mrs. W. C. Taylor were culling on ter named u former Indian River stunm p
s had gone to Kockledge to takee :Miss F. II. Jewell of Chuluota, Fla., Kawlinson !left last Sunday for AAho- Mr. and Mrs. Salmon the first of the boat (the Katie and Sadie) after the remarks thur every paper\ does great
i If l ,in orange grove and that he Is spending several weeks hel'e.the guest week.It dual of gratuitous advertising for divers y
ville N. C"! to spend the balance of the above young/ ladles
not own' any property here. This of M r s. I.. D. J ODeR. causes arid persons, and that lu no cuseI
incorrect Mr. Ennls went to Rocks : summer. Is surprising to see tlio' amount ol ---- -- III I an advertisement HO given marked
s yin George Gingrass In the Mr. Howard and family drove from visit| Archdeacon B. F. Brown hnld' service bloom ou sumo of the oinngo tl eta and Kolcv'n Kldutty Ciin |"uilll"s the hood "ooiiiplliiiBiitniy" "Newspaper' free

Ming business and we are also here to f.akevlew last week, to In :st. Andrew's church last :Sunday, u on trees that are already heavily ladun by> straining out Impurities tnnns the notices," It adds, "cannot be paid for In +
to monilon the fact that Mr. Ennis their old home and friends. morning and evening./ Owing to the ex- with oranges whole system. Cures kidney and bladder Libelling time holder as a'dead- '
-"me property ]ere. "Thus we Carl Christensen and N. I>. Hansen treme heat the congregatltnn; were not N. M. Fish Is busy with a number of troubles. Sold by 11. It. Wilson. A Son. hand when the, admission Is roully paid '
and learn." They ----------- -- In rimes It value."
were up from Jensen Sunday: very large. teams hauling: rock from M. C. :-Salmon'. For many The point

report everyone busy setting pines. and J, F. Wlntei's places, and Is fixing Georgiana. Is well taken. Newspaper" men tare

No Pity Shown. Dr. T. C. B. Peterson, from Chicago TWO BOTTLES: CURED HIM. "I up the bad places la the road.A liHiirllly' timed of being pointed out a."rletmuhtnetle" .
simply because they have-
:1' years late was after me continu- !spent several days here last week, the was troubled with" kidney complaint for letter from our winter rosiden, *, Mr. tickets. tnaikeil 'eutngull! neutary'for s
lie Is a demist, about two years, writes A. II. P.ivU! of *''r Klnir of Altvkln; Sunday
) WriteR F. A. Gulledge Verbena /guest 0'r.: Oleson. A Averill says that he In. In Southern splint which they have paid two <>r Hires prices.
here. He l h. Mt. Sterling, IA., "but two bottles of Foluy's with J. W. limner.
1 Iliad. a terrible. case of piles and will probably locate' effected California, where It Is awfully I"Jt. and Every publisher has. /had experience -
.. Coast of Cure a permanenta
East Kidney
ag it I tumors." When all failed greatly -pleased with the Wilson :Son. that they long; for the Indian River Mr. Carclntfton and wife, of Bonaven- with she people who brnxenly ask

k lens .Arnica Salve cured me. Floilda. I permanautcure. breezes tore, was calling on friends here on Monlay. free advertising, and come around later
"!''y good 1 for burns and all aches A genuine house warming took place - with a few tickets marked' "nomplliuen r

,i tins only 23o at all drug stores. Sunday afternoon In the new borne of St. Lucie. Indianola. C. I). Provost wan a guest nt a dinner tary"-worth only a fraction of the

Mrs. Lockhart nearly fifty of our Danish "Rrt.1I1.t the home of( Mr. and Mrs. J. B. space given and tender them to the

people gathering/ there by invitation lower[ on Sunday. newspaper withIn sir of in.igo.itiluiity .
Tibbals.Jennings from Mrs. Tockhart. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Michael, of Fort! Pierce who Is that might b,, assumed by the donor oft
Lockhart came here about two yeurs ago.Mr. kind pleasant gentleman has J. List Crawford Is having a new Mile Winnie Dixon silent n very pleasant house and lot. These people little
In health a very breakwater bll)lt along the river front. with her filond Miss Nina Baldwin
Lockhart was broken been chosen to carry St. Lucle school l.iy know" how tnocli .Mulf-rusrrnlnt itnewspat -
np, ; !loft Saturday: fora north- and thought to recover IIY> coming here children to Fort Pierce next season. Th young men were out ou the range,, on Wednesday. per man exercise In order to koep from

time' .which closes "Woodcote" for but the destroyer had done his work, two days this week, marking and brandIng I Miss Mary Allen and Cora Munnon. open resentment of the Insulting tender
1 November as the family do not return and Mr. Lockhart passed away In a few Mr. and Mrs. Card, of Eldred who cattle. spent a pleasant afternoon with Uncle and tin manner of It. If a newspapercould
Mrs. Lockhart visiting In St. Lucle on Sunday,
months. Since that time were put these matter on a stilutlyash
..., Word has been endeavoring to carry out her expressed themselves as being highly; delighted Bartram Field has hail a half acre and Auntie Hughes on Monday basis Jottln".rellllllolley for what f fit

-, '10 rh entertained at the Club husband's plans and has erected very with this! section of the country. grubbed and lit. getting the land readyFor Fred Thayer celebrated !d 21th: birthday gives '\nII'I1)ln"o>1"h for what It gets,

In"l) I eavyarainand In iipue of the pretty and convenient house Airs. Lock They were callers on the Indlau River more pineapple slips.' on July. :20th. He went to Cocoa lie increase In lie :

'present and enjoyed the large afternoon number hart is esteemed by all who know her awl Boat and Launch Co. John Macdonald U. building a small with his uncle, I'1'. W. Miinsou la the ant substantial: dividends.-Dunkirk
u6klpe I wishes her success /or morning; and on their return home all (>i.l'y Herald.
and everyone Arthur Jennings; who la In charge of house at the rear of his grove, a tenement .I
happiness in her new home. At the the St. Lucie Clubhouse will leave her house for his help. enjoyed .lellII.IIIII"l'er. Many happy
''er stranding of the large British time of her husband's death! her father early In August for a visit In )'hlll\ I antin' on the beach $atur- from Braddock, Pa, to Mrs. John heed and son, Charlie expect are, gilt one of '.. .llton..I.atent
i h, and mother came phia. Mr. and Mrs. Jennings/ of Fort V si ,
'ia'JHe' on assist and comfort Pierce will,, takechargeof Ihedu -hou.e Tuesday for Ham Sander, of I Indian-
Ufmt the *cene lo ed somewhat well pleased with White! City that they during their sun's visit In Philadelphia.A .. lit of August to visit relatives. ola. lie Is now building one for Barnes builder. and owners of bO>1t.. Calks

"De i ,island l, with the number of decided to settle here and are now living Preaching next Sunday, July 21, at Sander Quite a few 'people were pre- boats more rapidly than any other

strolling)>I.. about looking: In sur- with Mrs. Lockhart. K. Bass of Morgantown, Ind., had 11 a. m. and 7 p. m., by the Kev. II. II. sent at the launch; and among those calking tool In the woild. Price $ !1.01)
Iii'I.' vessel|, riding ea8lly at an- to get up ten or twelve times In the night Hturgls. It Is hoped there will be a good from ImlUnola were' : Miss Alice Hand. and ,*.OO each, at ADVOOATK: otllco.

tt.;'vela hat quarter of a mile from Brutally Tortured.A and had a severe backache and pains In attendance. era, Sam: Sanders'funt:! mil the, Hob Abxt Titusvillo, Fla. II

for } excuse can any mariner to light that for persistent the kidneys. Was cured by Foley's Kid- Barnes Sanders and Sam Sanders and Mr. Carter ann two children.
Ongettlnll; J hili vessel Into such a case came are down to the ando l>ade County Land "or Sale.
They came spend day
aa"I I bright like and unmerciful torture has perhaps ney Cure. Sold by B. K. Wilson A Son. >oth having new launches built by E.
r night Iatur-
: Goloilck of see Sam's boat launched. The boat
K Joe ,
equaled. whose ad will be
II gh tide her engines got never been V. Hall of Georgians to be launched, For sale cheap the northeast
If, I was not quite ready quarter
an writes "For 15 years
..irowd ColusaVCalif., Summer Tourist' Jtate found In the ADVOCATK, Ham Sanders'auncb
came horn*. from Rheuma- so they were qultedtsappolnteuL Sam of southeast quarter; of section, : town-
endured Insufferable pain Is completed and has: been
sale via the Atlantic nearly aDd :'M.J south of 41 east close to
relieved me thongh I Tickets are on tayed over night Tuesday morning chip range ; >
tlsm and nothing,: on trial trips for the past day or two.
forking Night and Day.etxwae I known. I came acrossElectric Coast Line, to the principal summer resorts they pat the finishing touches on the o. K. Wood's pineapple plantation onSt
be and ,I tried Bitters and It's the greatest me- throughout the country. Tickets boat and launched her. She la a trim- Lode River; -10 acre.
; de"j' Uwt little New earth for that trouble. A few are good returning until October 31st BROXCIIITM' FOR 20 YEARS.-Mrs. looking craft, and make !good speed. Also the northeast quarter of northeast -
PIIa.: These DrKink's dlclne ou completely relieved and If/OJ./ and liberal stop-over privileges are Minerva Smith of Danville lU., writes: Ham took her home on Tuesday after- quarter of section 18, township 88,
ak, rtrength pills change weak- bottles of" It JuaC u gOOd for Iher and allowed. For Pallmaa reservations, "1 had bronchitis for twenty years and noon. Although those who came on oath of range 41 east; on south fork ofSt

nrAin'fag into, "."" new Into enD kidney me.troubles and genera) debllltl.1Ooly rates etc., see Ticket Agent or write: never got relief until I used Poley's lion Monday to sea the boat launched were I.ucle River? 40 aor_ Apply to

;' .1e' ':'ox.building SoldlyilldruggUts.the all druggists.50c. lad W. Bay street, Jacksonville, Fla. by B. 1C. Wflson: & Son, TltusTllle. I Titusville, Via. 1

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CARE OF FURNITURE, Florida East Coast

flow So.. Clean and Seep It In Oboe y

Cuiitlltlon. _

I A Chain The cure of furniture woods" of the la In un- LOCAL TIME CARD No. 49. In Effect May 28.19NORTHBOUND
"x".ocllllA"ly IlItPI'.MIIIIIC..luU.t
is nc stronger than its
weakest link A fertilizer tl'IIIICI'"t uxfUcoiior'H dutli-M. The SOUTHBOUND-READ DOWN. '!
deficient la dally IlKlit h-ment |lIP|

p't. I the weekly( rubliliiK It tlio "bloom! ) ," In S... No.89 Wo.23 STATIONS. I Nn.9t ", TB'Daly.

Jt POTASHIs thin liiHtiiie not di'Mlrtible, U to be ,Dally l I UN, 0'. '
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t. kept. nwiiy e := I 00 n fl '40u Lr.. ..........Jacksonville .. ... ., Ai |' e ? ., -
.\" u rule\ the use\ of oily rrntorutlveIn ..5A / e103)| 8 Vttl& .. ... .. ....... o Jacksonville.St. ....... .. .. Lv Bl. ?, ,
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iHnrptr'H e7eve
to )I" depreciated, KIIJ-H it writer I 52 8 altgpr10Ma itaf. -U Sea .... .......... Ila8.in(8......, ............ II O ,
Ilir/.iir. Unless applied by a a cyr : .: 0 q 13'a114Ja .. .. ....Ii.Pslatka: .,..,. . 84.11I81.00'. Oij l
just as dangerous as a tireless. arm and thoroiiKhly\ n.hb..1 Ill. t.h. ,* '''''D' 'I1'1 lii Ar .. .. .. .. ......)...Jatka.. . .., Lv e i chain with a cracked link In pcrtctrHiIIsh ..et. i 1, t 4tl 11 16 a Lr. .. .. .. .. .. ... Falatka .. . .. Aiit I 7 I 0 I I
and thin-Hufter the piece kept IN\ 55 IIOp . .. . .. Wan: Mateu. ... .. .L v r
t byI dally rubbing the oil i t... Ml: . ..s810rLv..... .. .. .Han Matoo .. .... . .. Ar ; .x "? I,
I sure to form n crust HOOIUT or lute IT 'fD a 97pLv, .. .. ... . .. .Neoua .. .. .. ... Lv i a'J'je! '
to Urn touch und not Vsi i i apmtotal se p ...... .. ... ........Bunnelle.... .. .. . . f "'II;' 1t|' ..
which ID gummy I) tip ....... ..... .Dupon .. '. etc. ) 'j 91p9.
ph'UIIIIIIC to thu le. Kor this r'U8011new i : .oa 'h 8- I4p. i.lll.ii ........ ... Orm"nd."illi"mi! .. ... .. .r 1 J' HP I
fiiriilturu eiliould bo kept an Ion: t 235MOM 109 {.. t p. ..... ...... ... .. .. .Daytona .. ... ............ .$1.1.-
Our money winning book art I a. fi a V lift StO p .. ..... .. .. .Port Ora"w.... ........ I : 11pef
nnt'l'd by every men who UWDM u" poHMlblo without the uppllcutlou oBUCll \ .aoop. ep .. ... .... .. .....N.-w Sinvrim... ...... ... ... 4at t9lpar
Held and a plow, and who tie 'f :EOz: < '10 lep.8I1p..O..k. Hill ...... ..... ... 8 "HIa 1 : 1pIC
are to ret..the. Sand moat pnatal out ot card Ilitm. WHtol'utlvl'H. s1900pe7COp. ... ... .. ......... Titnavillo. .. ........ .. .. .. j ,, 116POA <.
They rr Furniture which has teen finished< -ri O .:i Up.! 831' ... ... ..... .... .Of-coa. .. ......... .. .. i. l '
/ aN.tLet with Hlit-lluo vnrnlHlivhctlior littloHHy f 94'i Mlle I, I-IddCtll40pt11ep. ... ... ....Ruukl..dI-tA.. .... ... ... .. t + 2qn,31p,; l
KMMH ftfc, or 1 .11 m a4Cep .. .. ... ..........Kau UaUle........... .. ., . B 15s 'iijcjE III
( : ] 1 rk or dull finish, should never be Il 81:* 91 !.413p .. .............Mel bourna.......... .. ... ".. 8141} 07i
:: I cleat usvd with noiip or water. Soap 1luuilo te R i r;33 '* 1 0 s. t 4 OJ p .. .. .... ...... ScbMtUti. .. .......... ... U' M( :'
( a\ etal60P .. .. ... .. ..... St. Lm-l.............. ..,.. .. fw-vs'si I *:
and !In thpcffortaiiiiou
to cut oily KtibHtuiu-t'R, .. | ; ., ,,
t: of the wrvlce for which Tri-'V Sailings iSt f l 1\18a.949at113p\ B lp' ::::: : :::::i.:::::::.f-:::: ::::::: ... I'U'-11 2SI eSp.II> .',aC
1 cc1dy : f 1.u\ .e e irp ..::::..:::.::::..:... Eden::......::.:::.:. .. i' rdelltlpe94v. )
It In uiiil' cuts the nil out of tho waxed On, u 1at a a1 I' .... . .. Jonaett ......,"... .. .... .. eli Bl, I. t U4limLl969aa r
olli-d" or shellacked surface It toucbei.. ) : p. ................. Stuart t..,.,..,.... ". I1ICB ] '. 8hi
f and BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK I 011' ...... ........ srobe Sound ....MI..liil"! rlO 37 .
,: Free and cJcHtroyH It. a1495. ......... ...... We.tJup t r....... . .. .. n1313pienll'; "
Masons I Where' whlto sputa appear oil polished 5S3is a 4 St a flip. ...,.. ... .. ....Weal Palm BaaoU. .... .. .8t>! 817.
} Accented a i,,, from the dropping of llj Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) a4rd.a ......... ..... ......BnyntoniJelray. .. ......... . . ..au' ruiH. f
.... .. .. ... . )
1L'\ a'tI e903
'I olds, or friiia Lent. the liniinMlluto appll II: .11 Ot a e I p........... ..... .Ft.. Lauderdsie.\ ...... .. : . .. B ca".; -" ; 18. ,
linseed oil will nfiierullj The Finest Steamships in the Coastwise Service( EaCTE f S 5 aI. 9 Ip' ................... Hallandnle\ .. .... .. .. ... ... ..t f 33 ,: 0 17! aa
cation of Taw e IIU 9 t1 p .. ""''''''.'Lemon City .. ........ . e Z I' e (*
Indian : e No. 00 ri'Htore the ( .Inr. The oil should be 4 5rataa t OS pAr .7. .... .. Miami .. fe . .Lva II :' < ',00.

I left on the uffcvti'd spot for several' The Clyde New England and Southern Lines. SCnKDTH.ES OP BRANCH LINES.
/' '
River ; TltunvlllePlnilda. hours or over III ;ht. Alcohol will-I.er. Direct Service Between

form the service If nppliod at once tfroHcwooil Points. SANFORD DRA.NOn. ORANGE CITY
I.mllto. ur highly 11111..111..1. ninhi>iniiy. Jacksonville Boston Providence and all Eastern BRA-NCIL)
Hol t day if moll mouth, ,; a* thulr room, Inillaii Kivw In each instilncc, when the color lint (Calling at; Charleston, S.:: C., both way) Decry BTAION.. Deity_ Dallyl lDell I 8rarrore. IDnO II

Hotel, Titii8 1II..t. Ii.'lil: o'ulouk I', u,. n-turned' the st tot nluAild b<> rcpolNlu BK.MI-WKKKLY!: HAtLINUMt: .rot s .v. .... .. Tltn+.vl . .... pit eOpti I
J. I,. CarnilJiHr"Vnrnhl|>l'ill M.. tBr. with a pIiH-i. of chl't.'t'loth lUolKtelltocl hmthhimnil. .... . . . . .. . . from Lewis Wharf, IKmto 1'1 Q Lv.,311nis.A n337" "aOOplll010, Lv ..N.Amyrn.t'.lep"' I
T. II. rti,>,iil...r.. Mmlor. WI.lo"l Northbound . . .. .... .... . . .. from tNt of Cuthorlim. Street. Juckmmvlll is P3 a L... .. ... .. O.eo'.A r JII :..I'a 5344pxiiSlit Lv Lek,'Hrl'', n s Ilpga.
K. W. Cuiriill; .lunliir, w'ar.Inns with lurin>iitlni>, --- 611 aLv.. .. ...Enterprlse,.. ... .. .Ar ,,11 OOn, 3 001.1\\ .. Lv.iran'i, "d\
---- .Ip5Vd
J. M. dlKIIII I '1'. aoiirer.V. -- -- e980sAr..pSuit 'rd. . ..Lv..t'lu' ,.. 4400 It4I1IIAr..Or..lty, ] ;:pol

II.. t'A.. Mrown Muriran, t'hu, Hunratary.|>.laln.. ll..w to !'.*..< ."."-M'''. Clyde St. Julius River Lino.IMillury 0 26 No $3 N\\). 0.10 7 No.18 No. 20 No 22 Nv 24,;

J. It. W..lk"r.) HiMilor INIIUIIIIII' A new melba of hutliitfeg!* tot Suit and( l *,, I IN-D. MAYPORT I HIII1 I J'olln St!
) ,
r. M.I W. Tnvlur Kohiirr Hmilor Junior.Hr"DBHOOII.w.tnl.. their frcnliiifwrt bas.. been couinuiiilcntcd: : ( Line) Sunday:only, D.tly es I DRANOII .x.tI- .i, ? I. bq.

t. F. A. I.OHl"y, Junior Htewunl. to the ,Ki'lfulturul Mix'li'ty of $;uxony.An m WEEN JACKSONVILLE: AND SANPOKD.Ht o ,....lwkmndlle..rii750aaii4" i ;,rj
land- t I' 0 to I'lt 00 I' !I e fI 811. Ito 0 :
M. t:. 1:11111;ll h, Tyler.SHOPPING egg plunged In water tends to rise |iliiK at. Talatka, Aitnr, St. rrani'ln, "ur..ror,1. (DcLan.l. ), and inturiUBillate .t II pae 021 pe4ft aI03p49uta1Lv.Si..Jenbnnvdle.Ir35, flit" 88.2:2: ; :Iis'
--- with buoyancy according; to Its. hiK iHi the tit.Jc ohu'S ltiver.STEAMER .10 30 i7ftl I br0t 1 tttopa10(9aAr. .Pallobeab.LvitS :ii, sw \\I u -12 20 ] .i: ,)
nioro ; "LOUISKJ"; CAP. C. II. UKOCK, .10 ipa7t3t.4 0 r" pa243pat014akr.AUanhStab .Lv4S15. .7:113\ 1 r ; ::1' _I
age, owing to 1'1IInl'1'1II1'IIt of the empty FOLLOWS .10 U p. 7 U I 8 IS OJ I II 3 CO 1'1.10 OJ a"r..ypon.... .Lv 1111' 7 ., .UC0n ; 1) ,",I
space at tin thick end by evaporation 18 Jeckieouvllle A uu >. in .. . . .. . .Tuemlaynaml. BaturilayiLeave -
Otttherlna Street, : i be *
of water from the white; hence Leave Foist Manuntayesa.In.! . ... .. .. . . . . DlondayaunitThurelnysCon' immthspeverslptattunabuttheir Thess Time l Tohl. shov the ttmna artvalnre.rpartureamt:1siimeae'at which trnlii mar: ex co ?**',1.'d'! ,1 i- 'an'' ,,
.... kods That A "'ul.h.l 1& ruin.rerbnpa
bold Itnelf reuponaible for delay or city i on-(' i fo'
the taken n different position lu nor dues the Company any lf i 1 JIt'rom.
bllat Aaserle.n Wonsan egg/ Passenger and Ticket office;: 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonville. ___ _
reinuln horl-
the water. Frcxh eggs)(
be unfair to
It: would pournaim -
threw to live days old F.M.IRONMNIICRJR.ANt.Germ." |'..HH. AKt. 204Weietnayitt.Jaekmlttvlllenut.'
too 'olllld"lItlJ'. but tlioi-u tire 7'.olltlll. an egg with the fllOH. 1>. HALEY, I,": : Jackwiiivillu. () P. LoVKI.L A..t. Hui't., Jaokuonvllle. KEY WEST AND HAVANA
inuki-H angle m( 111'1(1"'M HOWARIL)
an HnuanMF..laekeonvIIeFIg.A.
. .li k.> tu Ufnnatiy whoI111L.e not JOHN. L. Hiiperliitemltint."
J. '
horizon ono eight days KlveH un angle C. IcAoaut'rY! lIun'l'Lllt'll: I'ass Apt.Ouw; PENINSULAR AND
grpnt\ clTcirt! to illttpow of tlu-lr gouda. TIIKO. O. KOKIC.:: and nt the end of four- -
over 01 Ifuri-cH.. lark, New York
i Au Instuncf of tubs IK nlvcn In 'J'hrl'e Building ID State St. OppuHlte SOUTH BOUND. N3PTH BOUNO.LvHaTanaMon. .
, Mvn on Wheel" Tlic nutlior 111"011I1'| teen ilnyH' the angle' I 1:4: (II!<) doKivoH. An TitiiHville!, Flii. LT Miami Bun.,Tbur.. .. ... ... !ltl") e ., }'rl "
t egg i / three weeks old lion at 70 dt'Kroen. C. II. .. Ar Kry west San.,Thur ... ... ..... U nd p\\.Vr Key Wt-nt. Mun.. } -I ,.
, nlcd mi American holy on it Hliopi, >iiiKxcurnlou .. ---- L..K..yW".t/lno.I..T.hur.. : . .. ... ..... IJ 3'r' p Lv K r Wont Tues Sat ,J>
,. In Munich. Him li..
I : to HllOllplllHr. 111 l..auton Illlll when. It In older Htlll It louts. SE.A..B<>.A.. I> For oopy of Local Time Card or other Information addrHM 'nn, ta'
New York nnil jruiublt evcrythlnt
ff. .... Odo..
tho won showed hor. It wan not tluitke Slow trp u..o.k. J. D. BAKI7KR. Aast. Gen. Pass. Agent., ST. AUGUSTINE, FI
", I If tho cooking l ; of the turnips, onions
; 't wall runty UlMuutlHllfil. ThlH WUH AIR LINE RAILWAY.
or bet wethod.r .
of Its prepuration In the
She expliilned\ that oho could get moxtthiDKH '
r t. few drops of oil ofhivoiulor \.tIh..
dllling room pour a
cheaper' and better f luewhortNo -. FOR- J 41 pETROIT JP
In Ixtwl mid half NfwroRx
r a vnn or
that Hlio really thought Mhe ioiiltl.Merely till with hot water. Thin gives' n dollulitful SAVANNAH, COLUMBIA, CAMDEN, SOUTHKUX: PI7SKS, UICHMONI, "'!if ?
IIhll held It good for the whopkert4Kr .. ._
t fre"hnoHM to tlio nlr. which IK11.out WA llIxnTON. HALTI.MOUE.: riHLADKI.rillA, NK\V: YORK -J.;-' ,
to IhU. Slutold him II lit =- T.DcCLEVELAND't
Hay dtmirablo when the house IH. nutty '=
bill Htock lacked! tame. llt .did not .->... SBURCa
t. ur u*> with her. lit did not contradictlii.T. nnd OOOIH nnd \\lmlo\VH ciiiinot beIhrotca Two Elegant< TralnH Daily) ''r'4\ CfJAMN..t(5 P Pal
t tin hint. nionioitt.
: lIlt put the things buck Into their I open u Seaboard Mail. iJr"IIU I LTINCRICINCNu.

re lll'Cllve boxes replaced Ui<' boxen on Seaboard Express

'. their r.>..i e'tlve Ntwlvt'r, walked Into I ('hnl rn Infuntiiiii. MODERN: PUMPMAN EQUIPMENT.ONLY LY y'GiCN
the llttl parlor behind. the shop und Thin linn I"inj been regarded an one of
i' dOHlllJ the door lan! moue .hU"I'lu and r.tallII'II|| "H to LINE Operating Dally 'Ihroujsh Sleepers Jacknonvllle to New Orleans ST LOUIS "wTTI k4 RICHMOND

"Un't he over sowing bnckV' nxked which tiifiintM are subject. It cnn bn

r.; tho lady ufter two or thr"> iiilnutcxlind cured, however when properly treated. For Information und aluepcr reservations call on any Agent 4yGiyCL

.1111).11.| Her tone did not Imply n All tluit IH iieoenoiiry IH to !give Chamber- Soubuurd, or writeA. LouvI1 p 1
ainH colic cholera and Diarrhoea Rum'fly -

question HO much. lit an oxihinmtlon ot.ut.eIIllJluU..m. mind onator oil, an directed with OIwhbuttle. O. MAcUOXKLL: AII t. Oen. !'",,". Ait. S. C. UOYLSTOX:- Pans. Agt. f
.>. and n cure In certain For sale; CITY
"I doubt It." I "n'I|>lt much aatonlihed.
not? Khf luolwel. --
Io Miikp elate II....... c V 4RLvM
e O
t, "I expert. I aiiHwerpiI. "7011 have All olh'o MIIIH-C IK. an excellent relish

; bored lilui. In nil probaMllty lie I U at to: serve with warmed over ineatH.Illown Atlantic Coast Line R'y. Noc .

r. tilts moment l behind that door IIIlIOklll !' one\ tnblow' |>m>iiful of butler M; lg f

a pipit a ad ritudlntc tho paper" add one limping tnbloKmoiiful| of (flour ..g4f1At

"What an extraordinary IIhupkl't'.rl" and brown imnlu. Add half a pint of Bum

t Hid PlY trt1It11l1l She gathered, her par beef stuck (that nindi from extract ofMef The Great Through: (car Line from Floiida. 4.7 coLUli g1A/

( eels l totft.. >th r and IndtKuautly walked niuy IM visiMlmnd) stir until nuioothMid
out. thick. Seanuii to tante. Add one TO run HAST.

: "It !la their way" I explained. "Thoro rabl.Hpoonfnl' "of wonvHterHhlre sauce Over HH own rails to :Savannah: Charleston, Klchniond and WaidilngtoD, thence ltJJr.

f are the !gold. It you want them you and one do:-.oii oIlM'M chopped| flue und via till Pennsylvania Railroad lUAc

,may have tmAn. If you do not want iltinmT lire III i flute's. a. ._ tb '" ijiH
them! they would altuoi-t rather that TO Till: WEST. L4 AVAflJv

M: you did not come and talk stout them." II..... tip Mtreuttlirue the !!J.'IIHl'lII1P ..-l.r...... Tim Louisville A Nashville, via Montgomery The Mobile A Ohio It. R. SMOOTH RUN

i \ will strengthen the eye- rJP

F....''. llrl.f Mfv. Mows. If It l III vntly rnbliitl o\er them '.'0 TUB HAST VIA STKAMSIIIP. SOUTHERNRAILXVAY J'J

l'. Otiu thliiK", U t-rtaln 1 In regard' to rules of twice n \\eelt.\ and It also 1111I'O'O'M Via Sikvannah. and Ocean Stertnmlilp. Cummnv| for New York, riifUdttldlila, los <
''"lIh.'.. nnd "> brow8. ton. Via Norfolk Steamer to New You Waidiinatun, and iliiltlmoro. Via Savannah Jll1fV
fain*-for moat of im It will }jn very \ Hi-iinty o: y and MercliantK and !'tllo.-....' mnHporttalun Cutnpany for Daltlmoie -
,. brief In Itself for nil of 11M It will b .irvat cure niunt IP tn11!; not tu let Itg..t uutl I'hllade phla. cJ'IIUl

\ transient l In our enjoyment" of It. When Into the (""ex th, I'sl: ', a. -- -- ---- To cl

I death hllll dropped the ('"rt.l"". we" shall TO KKV \VI':S1' ANI > II\.VASA.
hear no mow Hpplautu. and. tbouich we DO Via. I'eninituUr & Occlduntul S'eamslilp Corn pnny. ,
1 dremn that It will continue lifter entute amenta endeavorlnu todlnpono of C
fondly N.
have for aisle or and the EAST. f HOT SPRINGS,
< bave left the stage>. WII do not ival- any property you may Points
we Jacksonville for all
exchange P j if no, Mend full pnrtlonlariof Connection Made SKY"The
die: bow quickly It away what you have, to I.. R. Itonjumln CHICAGO.

I" kneel while' the actor aiidleiutt and the turn next: to icoue.look Ilnnoverton O. MI L,W A U K: TICK:TS. NORTH and WEST... || as! "The Sapphire Country."
at new
) { Interchangeable mileage tickets good over 1JKX( ) miles of among the princIpal -

Our poalUou In *<>c4vty will lx filled a* Slow tie Keep ." .".on. Smooth. ralliuatU in the southern ate8. are on sale by the principal atenU.) H._... D..g. Dinlnrf C.r
vtrntedeyuet our name re- Pull.......
1 OOB an it In Cmr .s..c.
UMuiibtif only for 'tI'UWIII"I't.' exceptplea. To prevent trona from sticking rub For reservations Information apply to agent of. the A. C. L., or write On All Traln.. TH. 1l..t.

6, Uod. by a few who have learnedto them with a pUt-e of beeswax tied up RANK C. JIOYLSTOX, Commercial Aitt. W t). STARK' Tray. fames Agt. ,
but lee In u bate of chet>m>cloth. Thin will nmk 1:1Wellt: Hay St., Astor Uiiildincr JACKSONVILLE, FLA.I. .SOUTHERN RAILWAY H. P. CAR?. Dl.irlct Fauent. "'n'
'. of fame
lore ua not be fuel lOll W. Boy Strut, JACKSONTILLB.. FLA..
them I.oth mnooth and cloaii. Saltproiul M. EMERSON, Tratlio Manager W. J. CRAIG Oeu'l. Pa 8. Agent
:: cats. we bare helped thttui anti done and the Iron rubbed WILMINGTON' N. C. W. A. Tua. P. T. M.. W..h'ncton.' D. C. S. H. HAHDWICK. C. P. A..W..hln -
,{ th.a eume good.-.Henry Van Dyke.A < ou K-pior| W*. H. TAVLOa. A, G. P. A, AiWnia. Ga. )1
, over vigorously In also a very goal way

Ltroad (>.... ot cloiinliiK\ them.KolloOTlHd .
""I I .
of I>umb rton tell _. -- -
TlM Rev. ;\Ir. Inch t ---- -
M lr......pllo..
hvfjr on one ouritaloa lu hH old church In Ma&r
t DaJMi n bruther minister hnd preitrbJ I.Arry-Jlo\V did Murphy break his The Best is Found the Cheapest.

and bot Mr.IixiJ i aunt
*> a nitber IOUK !sermon (
t bad ovcaMon Inter on to enter the IK'nny Followlnu the doctor' pre 1 mesa liesveritable phylcal draenofill-brslth wrecks than probably 1 say; leaves oilier in oua its peth.

J" 1! pulpit to WAko Hit Intimation, wlu'tyUIMM Rorlptlon. eaae ullartoAmertcana WRAP!
[ HY7 hcanee UNITED
who lutba. Ijirri1'bwatf Simply upon the Drat Indication PINEAPPLE
a Mw Maoireftor, peat of t e malady the syatom I. uenally
t with
gallery with UU uiotlier anti tUe 1)11111'1; It blew out av th' window quinine or thai deadly mlnoral-calom I
took and ex- and !Murphy wlnt after It.-Philadelphia Don't Do 1'- It'. Dart'.rou., It tun'at all
rest of the family fright n.teuetry either. We pcs uvu y ru.raata.

Tlm l'IA1aI.a's nuitber very loudly man: "Coiue guru tae awn'"beiu, maw.!"- Iterord. HERBINEn. U-e the Best'. Ask your :N'pighbtWE

GIMtltI' 'l.hn. /
anyferraetm.lasa itb
pertly, h.rh.L ,, MAKE THEM IN ALL COLORS.
and atm
l-.mn. or th.ir
Too K.*.r Fur IIIOvrw ....u... Disease takes no summer Born v.0 mare, kkme.y eel d.e..lly.rwtti.w.marb ambla tl
the beoperbottla All Druga,.,.,
overreached myself
Hewitt I vacation.If ,
\ other JOIwl'tt-IIow day. ? you need flesh and a y_,, For Tomatoes try

Hewitt! war X) anxious to unloada strength' useScott's

kit of penulett on a street car conductor .UNITED
D Paper
, that I forgot I had a transfer Emulsionsummer n. ic. WILSON sox. Vegetable ,

Life. .
Utfcet lu JIOIk..t.-Uroo'klll1 ---------- -
DIY ------- -- --

\ TIo.... Ulna. ConT.r...lo.. as in winter. Subscribe for the ADVOCATE and get all the One trial will. make you our customer.

"Tlie thing to do" said lila social ad. S.n<| for fr,. MmpU.SroTT It your dealer doe not handle UNITED BRAND of Taper '

e vl leer. "la to bo bin...,." % DOWNE, Cbom.....,

"1 know I kuow." was the reply e V'4t4 P)..H Sliee' ) all drugW.rw Yo'k.oc.an4iaa I News of the East Coast every week. T.TjXI LIl P..t P.ER CU' 1.\. l.r

hard work to
"but Ifa such dreadfully OUTIIERN OFFICE ,. .
tw bl)..*."-Cblcaso Fo *.

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:S: :tAt'1'" RIVER :aO'J'EI' :..... .. Cllmnx I. Claimed to Ire nn Ira. Is the foul) of business Hotel Yen-dome Ltioudway and -lUt iblout,

O N-TULr-IY! DIAN-R I V En. prat........ un lIa..h. CbodterticKl '
TITUSVILLE The Climax :.s u now strawberry' ; A aliens best frlenU nre his ten fin
originating In Maryland, of \vl\lcli a report '- ,,('1'8.-Robot,.t Oollyer.IJttle ;.lOO room, single and en suite with private baths !and tollo 'I

FLORIDA. him I>"H'II nude to Rural Nov thingsoii;:' ->ole us, because lit rooms EUROPEAN PLAN. Hoot room $1.Ml; purge\ looms *:.t. and with
Yorker. It aprxMtrM that the orlotluulplaut tie' things; iilllUt tI... -I'nwill. private bath fl.:! 51)) per day and upnaids. The innnnyt nivnt I"nnller the personal
I was from ml of Itubncli fort!. ) supervision of the owner.. FRANK GKUKV, Manager )
J. (J. BAST, Propneto+ T! t. two oltltos of menioiy are collection
lld by lloffuian. The berry It hiinllas ; and lh'II'limtlon.)0..111011.. -

large us the best Hn>oiiuons of III- To see K'ICI| in a heart that, seomi smi/nit ISLAND, orr I. )NI ISLAM), :N y
DUCK SHOOTING back but averages larger than the 01praKo .
evil Is to beget 1 good there.-\Vllllani -
1 it Kix-clmoiM. There Is not n sing)
1 -.e. ... and FISHINCKates Imperfect l>orry. Kvery one looks ns I It Henry Phelpx
sword but slow enginesof j
'lre uud me
1 : *2 50 per day. It ease out of mold. There la one big destruction\ lu comparison with thebi IV.EallhallsotHouse and Cottages. {
Merry on the stem, then ono u siCLIMAX :/('
110 and SUper week' hhler.teelr.There '

; I9 l love, nnd there Is Justice.! (SHELTER ISLAND, OKK LONG ISLAND, N. Y. j
JACKSONVILLE Justice\ Is for oneself: love Is for oth-
'l'II.-U.! L. JhteveiiHon. WILL OPEN JUNE :-jo nt, UMJ.I.: \

The shortest life is long enough U Two mind onw-m irtor hours from Vow York vii Lung Island K R. Health ,

INDSO11 HOTEL . it load to n bettor and the longest life fully situated: Magiiilleunl bay, amid beautiful seeneiv. IS-hole golf links. y
Now Yoik Yaoht Club station No 1II"llIrhio: inimqintopN' Pure water. :j
Is too short If It do not.-Cotton.
JACKSONVILLE'S FINEST: ANn FLORIDA'S Dry atmospheie. Pilves mid groves, bout Inn bntlilnvr, llHliln ;, dittoing, !
LARGEST:: AND BEST YEAR-ROUND HOTEL.: bountiful tmiitio hall, eloutrlc light*. Oils oluvntois, MU lfuN with bulbs, etc.
For terms and illustrated pamphlet aildicss, :
Take Laxative Bronco Quinine Tablets. "'
rf1/ All druggists refund! the money If It full KOUKRT( MURRAY, M.in.igor. ,Hotel fours do Loon, St VuRUHtlrio, Flft

to ou)'(.. K.: W. drove's signature U on _" _
each box. :J.*>cts.t ;

nder.tood.Llnsee'I'hero'N --j1 I

r not him; 1 like better \
P9 I
Ir than him! work.MorrisTher.'s, Motel with Seven Cottage and 10
-z tr Ir. I y + nothing you like better ...
1 when somebody else Is doing It. Acres of Land.

Lluzi-e--That's understood. I hop f

you dldn't think I was such a fool as a
l to like to do hard work myself or any
r r'4 'w tl6r. 'k kl"r'1rtJ'i ,frn other kind, for that matter. Itoston

n I l rte ail ,l' fGE SrKAWBBKRY.smaller Transcript! .

and so on down. The stalks AffMln Our ()_*** I.anflriiHr.
are vary honvy I:very blossom makes "Queer language. Isn't It?"

a l>f>rry. Tbe !blossom Is perfect. The ""'by so?" r i i

plants are very atronir.! the foliage "Because of sickness I had to send 1 r r r

rougher than Itubnch and not BO deep II my shorthand writer home yesterday.! _',1

groon. Climax Ix-tclns to ripen nearly "'V('11?"
) A ,__ _____ ____- __ .. __ _.L- _ a week alioiul of Itubach and other "Thnt left mo shorthanded."-Cleveland thh'wY
loading klnd i. mid one can readily set Philn IVnler.

what that moans to growerit. The berry -

VAL HOTEL>J VI.A.OVP'I'ltt'I"'Htot1ioe. Is firmer than Itubnch, with better The world lias a million roosts. for a k +Ftt k M cr '

flavor and never mlNnbupon.M man but only one Ill'l'It.-O.' W. Holinrs.

lirn and low to I'rom- One trouble with tho puiHutt of bnpplness -

The time of pruning fruit true Is is that other )people get lu the ,, )M ,'GR 1
Centrally located. Thoioughly repaired and re- not so linportiint' us the method. It hat way.
been "111<1. "1'rtinu wliencvor your tools ------
but I would not ndvlse He
novatml., Newly furnished throughout. Liberally conducted . >MOO Keuurd I 00.
vero pruning when the tree are grovefug
or lire In full foliage na cutting on The readers of this paper Mill be

Rater $2.:"in per day and up. much foliage: bus a tendency to wt-ukei pleased to learn that therein nt least ono

the tree HOUIOW hut. Where the ,,'orkCUll In all its and that Is
to cure stages,
I B. W. SPERRY, Proprietor. be done In n short time March and jAtanh. ll: l1'M Catarrh Cine In the only on the Eau Qallle River less than half a rnl'e from the Indian layer, nod two '

April are preferable but where there! positive cure known to tho modlcal'niteinity. and a !half miles from tho Ocean Tho property I I.* Iwo hundred, miles south of

--- -- -- Is much to be done any time from the Cat.irrh. buingaconstltiitlonil Jacksonville, on the Florida Kant toast Rail iiy, wllli the linllroad I Station ajoliilng -
of the loaf until It starts again constitutional 1
falling disease reiiilies -
eicorvd In I I"HI! ( iiiul HOTHO of them have never
STMORELAND HOTEL Neat In prln/(. I do not advise cutting oC Hall's Catarrh: Cure Is taken In.ernally ) tho property' HiilKllngH t
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. large branches In the full and winter acting directly upon the blood boon occupied, the original owner having died a few months after their oouiplotlon.

but where It Is absolutely necessary to and mucons surfaces of tho system Tko lintel wan opened for about two months pilor. to tilt owner' death, and

American plan. Centrally locate Just built and open- cut such they should bo cut several thereby dostioylng tile foundation of hue, not !been used since. All the buildings wore elected In the moot substantial
Inches from the trunk or largo branch he: disease nnd giving: ) the patient I milliner anil are now In excellent condition. The hotel ntid cottages' are coniplete-
strength by building up the constitution Iy furnished and little of the furniiuie hAS ever been ntrd. There oro two
ed this season. Fine cooking and good table. Hot and Cold Water and then cut closely any time during very
In doing Its work. with .
ind assisting nature artesian wells, twenty cisterns connected, snwcifeto.The (
June[ when they will heal readily or The proprietors have so much faith In tho fl-' ooo) and. will be sold! lit aaorlfloe.. ;/
cost original owner ,
Baths Elevator, etc. Five minutes from any wharf or depot. All they may be cut clove" and the wound ts curatlvn !powers, that they olTor One The above property' cut! fairly represents the propoity.

covered with A thick paint Thin will Hundred Dollars' for any case that It .
street the door RateR $!.OO to $2.r 0 For apply to or address. ,
cars pass : per d.iy.Mis. In a measure prevent decay.-Charles 'alls'. to cure t Soml for list of testlmonl ) particulars
S/RA: K. HATCH U.> ,
New Jersey ils Address" J. Cheney A: Co To.
A. J. WALKER, Proprietor. mlo, O /Mold by druggists, 7.ic. HIIII'IIF'mlly Caretaker on 'premises, Attorney for Owner, Agent foi Owner,
--- lltusvllle 11". Jamaica N. V.
the best. Ian (Oulllr, Kloil.la. :, ,
Wbrn to Take llrwonlu c........*. 1'111111"0 ,

SIAIIKIiE'/.1:. One of the most Important points In

regard!; to the culture of tii-nonliiH of the -- "

Globe de ornilno type Is. accordingo
; Gardening, to ronienibr that It Hf '.

ifi e Clarendon Inn ho use to be in a great hurry In 61
raking the cuttliiKS. Keep: the plant
In a healthy condition und allow them

OPEN THROUOIIOUT THE VK\R. to finish their ilowcrlnicporlod im user =

Iy us iMjsslble. If allowed to RO their \. -.

Ill II":. tin Sea. Entirely remodeled, tefuiniiiliod and uuih-r new manage-' : own way they will\ break naturally .
base about .April and the '
'eat Best Northern Service Special: 1 rates by the week and for the season.larencion rora
short Jointed cutting taken when the .
[ (Inn buses meet all trains at Daytona, Station. Address the C'liuonn boots are not more than ono and a ;
> Inn. S.,. b\'eoze. Fl.iild.i. E. L. 1'OfTEU, Prop. mlf Inches: loiitf will\ make line plants
for the following autumn In fact
iiuch better than any that" may havejoeii q
-- -- ----- -- -- rooted In the autumn or even
OLI) SI-AnnEEZI', OOI>ALL, KLA.ID lants that nay have been kept over.PropogatlnR Recently Patented all Over the World. .

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Seaside OLD SKAHJtREZE: Colons cutting are made during I The Walton

\ Inn .OODAI.L, P. O. anuary, February. March and April. .
The curliest are made by Itoilnts with

the Idea of a;:nln taking cuttings from
l I. now for the Hummer season, under the management of the -
open d > Tackle Block.
the young plants. If thin Is not < "t Self-Locking Nae
''wne", HORACE! F STEWART. Handsome and new, situated on Ired, there Is no need to begin oj>ertlous -

oJ" tuna Beach, the hotel la modem In all Its anpolotments, with large so early. Coloim are among the nml sizes\ of r
('uslest of all plant to root and they :M.nlIn various MhapHH ,
"| \ pleasant,l rooms overlooking the ocean aDd opposite Keating's !Crow: so rapidly\ 1 that for nn unmteur \V 'Ol. I IRON und BIoSif.r111: :

', ... unexcelled. Terms moderate. enough to b<>glniropiiKiitlng. \ $ well with chain or t
m<> and Pier The Burt Lath. oq 1:1: lurch N usually early wtik yo| ill> rope

IIOKACE I". STEWART, Owner and M. nager.JESSIN. Colons seed sown in Feb. / Wllll IOIM.Will .
uary and March gives plants. for bed work at any 11t'1Iht. npKlda clown,
ling out the Ma me seuson. It Is: hardly
; and will
) angle
lioils-in'ully" or at any ,
worth while to winter over any colons
-Jti shgr| nml) liMjk H 4iiy |print,
!xcept the few needed, for stock. They
IiivaliinbU for every kind of budlnesswher.'a
are not very satisfactory and are exremely r
J FRESCO IIOTEL JEV.SEN: FLA. likely to lie InfoBted I with block' U uceHed, frequently| save
of 1'ineapple
Center newly bugs.-Rural 1 New Yorker. \nit tin- Is bit r of one also or more

Ltr UNDER NEW MANAGEVIENT. T.1 r SIIthl"l like It fur liniiKlnir( Rtrpteh-

., "I> prettiest location on Indian River Larjie, beautiful\ grounds. Near Grape Cntttnn.. lug .1'81'
: "' "'''!oi. Fine pishing and Hunting.; Terms reasonable. Letters and Grape cuttings should be planted as Address, all roiniiiiinlratlons to the

'em' ";HUN,,, reserving rooms will receive prompt attention. loon as the snll can be worked. In '

JOHN" S. PARK, Owner and Proprietor. pring. Sot In rows about a foot apart 'j t ; Walton Self(.Locking Block Co.
leaving but one
In u slanting position
ud> above ground. It is best to mulch VI h it I b 1 ; ( I I'' 't (I Incorporated.) C I r

WEST PALM HELtCll.E tho soil along the row to prevent dry 41 Office and Wairooiii, 401 Atlantic Avo.

Ing out. Near (tows'is Wharf, l Klevaled: Htallon.

fl BOSTON, JIAMS.'r 11' ti
PARK COTTAGE WEST PALM BKVCir, FLA 8trr IVtuU. tJ 1'' il IIf! % tS ,
ISoneiueal I I. a good fertilizer: for the I
I S..mplellock./ can bit "l'cn.t the Anvnc'ATK .
,woet JMMI. III + olTIce'I'ltiiivlllc; and l at the store 1, i LIMNNlt R ( r e ,, i''

s 'w Open. Under new managements The. more closely you keep the How- a of H. /It. IIIIIharel.tCo.? Jacksonville.Call r p/r; Ilj ,, p
f Mrs of your sweet peas cut the more and I see these blocks work"JTile /(. ,
Overlook Lake Worth. .,leans you will get. Tests at UM Wl-
; I (''on Klii ntjitlou. show. that plants In subs. ) fol..owing, outof| hundredate) a sample of the testimonials received by the Walton t' elf,Locklng/ III/ ,K>k C'uU4 '
tnslent Rates, *:J to $3Nl:
Weekly Ratel. tall ttioHu" watered nn the surface.If W"L", CI'I. ,L..1eo.( HLwa Cn. .
as '
Special a. the mrlnl .o.llnlf: of ..nir M lf-ln. <,klnir tiwklti. 61! .. k wit> ti w> ilitlniit tram qrnu.
OKMIIMIVon r n>.I.._'I... togUiKn b nr t snore: on .
you hare never grown HalplgloiMlH, .l 1.nq.renLdnd.ofblock.in.m.setery.aunr.ievatwlrackhnutlnq.n l 1 MRS. IDA B. BRUNER, Proprietress. It the season. and you will conrutuUte .i.ha. Woadd.sy.nhaysusr.. III..lb" Walton Sell Locking: hlo..kn a pretty ge. lest and and them Ilm IIMMI fnllaMoan'l heat .hlm-li. of tlilx kind we liav ever for earl 1.
try l..iuwl In know the t it 'IIMC w. haw found what w! Imv ye.r.
ana than
.. tht* ti tire, nuiri |>
It 1* a great Invention,and .e "r* gte.l w fir fun '
yourself. ou another" valuable v .u ,.1......
- : I.en bl'.Un" I",. Yue UH.lbl. auk: III any way .1. I'l'ocAN:; CO.
YEW YORK cqainltloii\ to the flower garden. i Yours very truly

The new Ingle peonies are attractng WALTON ""'...'......1"' '' HLeck ('0. asked l
much admiration with their mou- fins rl.aaas.ADool. two ....!*. ago I |>nrnl std limn you a pair of IJ In. Hlt-I."lng tackle bliK-kn.. with M feat of rope.n.I run local
from twelve to fifteen th. time !"> r",ix>rt to tli.""oicpany If I fr.nnil than nllnfintorr. 'nrUlnlr whas T-
flowers! l Tt are i
trous 1 1(1..110.av i a m ..IT much piraovil clip. II m u wn .
Mel Marlborough IncbetJ In diameter with massive ceo. ary loan nerds, ...ho._ any DM for b"M.k. .... the> ... < HUM mil lat... HIH.IVO !Is your r. /tOWr.Lf.., '
ter of golden yellow anthers, Yours Italy. Later In OraJn and liulldcn, ( iiit| >'lira Nawpfit K. II. "t

Bplrrca Anthony Wateror Is very val-

tr Broadway, 3<3th and 37th Streets, NEW YORK.electric light. Coo table In the garden flowering! daring 'R "LyIIL"( rTLEIaY-We: "La:sr.e 141.1..11 pur: .Cn..*r.rf a..wn yon to. set Near.I nf. ./lx: inch eiif.orklnv ta.>.U>......-... wIVE fof f n fit. r..h.. I... and .hen ebv.n them.rI.cU..nll'. s fair teat. and
with ; ca..boa..an.fbarra1.rsnh.a./iyh.odbdwlthootS..easewan.
'1:11. 200 bath entirely Ute whole season. In many
It '.ec m American and room.European Lighted plans, and i* managed under the personal .riant shrub as early a* possible In ..un...wall... ni pl.a.rlw/ththeworktggofthatdnck.00"l They .r. .ope....,to a.yttnng wd b... .n r o..rt or Men fur baediln. bevy lHtdWla w.ifht wliARr.r l lR"-'a: uk.kly: KswerI7..ur.rBosttoon.: : ..

ilea of the owner tlMt spring. W. T
E. S. CROWELL, }faDa er.


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'i Varnishes, Oil Stains, Roofing and Barn Paints, Nomar Floor Finish.

', t" ;I Guaranteed to )be "As Good as the Best," and Prices are moderate.

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J$4'$ I ST ccit' L lIJ1VIJri3EJiEi ..

>'( ,' General Office: Eau Gallie, Fla. Yards at Titusville, Eau Gallie, Fort Pierce and West Palm Beach.

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\ PIERCE. re _rwjfffifal
Tim ll"l>ll* and Life nt Till Enemy; of The K
Citrus Family; July K:, In obedience to a general cal _
PAID UP CAPITAL $25,000.00.: r
The whltu fly (Aleyrodes citrl Riley circulated In the neighborhood, a public _
ej I Irl' amt, Uoward) of Florida and the Uiilf meeting was held at Fort Pierce for the This company owns mlIVl TtJ iJi-il dW !tv?Wlt
scale Insect but of considering the best means of
region, Is not a belongs purpose
to n closely< allied family In general; appearance action to preserve the Indian River In- X-i .A. 3ST :ID: S,

-- and habits, however, at least let near that place from destruction
In Its economic features, it exactly duplicates The meeting: was well attended and was In the Indian River Country; On the St.

r<<,., a; W the true scale insect. For many called to order by Mr.T. J. Obrlen. Mr. Lucie River; at New River and on Bay GOOD>
years this very interesting Insect lass C. T. McCarty was called to the chair,
been known to Infest the orange trees of end general discussion as to ways Blscayno. Prices to suit the times I

t JEWELERS! AND WILVKKSMITIW, Florida and Louisiana and also to be a and means, It was decided that the best Send for Land List. -A5A5 $ 50IDf

41 Wost Mtrrrt common pest ou the orange In green form of action was to appoint a strong
Kay ,
houses. It has been found also on a committee who were Instructed to take Of ices at Titusvllle and Miami, Fla. .
/' JACKSONVILLE: FLORIDA. number of plants other than orange such steps to get Government aid In the mat- tiAf'1f.

_____ h $ ,a Largest stock Iu this section of country. n H viburnum, cape jasmine, anti the tor. The following gentlemen were rrS
7 j, aquatic oak" of the south. These other electud on the committee : East Coast Meat Market ,
Established in 18C8.
9 1 : food plants me of significance only In lion. M. H Quay, Hon. Jas. P. Tnlin-
; Send for descriptive catalogue. liidirating that it may l>u harbored In situations ferro and Hon. It, W Davis; honorary j yo
.- near orchards which efforts members, Mr. 1. K. l'arr..It, vice-prosi- (I. )F. DUUEN, Agent.;

have been made tu exterminate tt. The I dent F. K.: (J. Hy., Mr. '1'. P. Welch, a:

_ ,,THE ANHEUSER BUSCH. tlrlft' careful description! of thin Insect Route Agent Ho. Ex. Co., }\fe.8ra. C. A. C so.: :> ; -:''L, For sale by J. R. Walker & Co. Titusvillel
.... L1 ,
and general account of Its habits was Robinson, Eden; T. J. O'Brien, Clarence yw-
_ given by Riley and Howard In 1SIU! and Summerlln, A. M. Sample, Ft. Pierce; C'-2 ,_' : :: .. - -- ---
m Brewing Asso's.Kliiliillli from their article the data following are K. U, Rice,. ..Jl'nMtJn1111 C. T. McCarty, =- il t .
t l.irurtilv derived chairman. Secretary W. J. Nosbilt was t-r ... E. L. :I3e: D"'Z &:, ::SEO.

ep "' Ht. I.ulllK, Keg and !tutied a The white lly Is limited, economically. Instructed to notify the gentlemen not ; DEALERS IX
to the citrus I' plantings, Florida and the present and request their cooperation. frCyr -
liner (lint region It. is widely distributed In The Chairman notified the Committee \ .1 GROCERIES GRAIN AND HAY AND ALL FOOD PROI
{ Surd, by M ...n. V.A.I.oetey. and us already noted nnd has that he would call meeting the following =a1 I ,
It. Mntlnw.Tltiisvllle Lundoubtedly boeu canted to California week to take further steps in the ,' We handle PRODUCE of all kinds We are agents) fur MAI'KtKKK.l; .
1 on many occasions. but has never gaineda matter 'I'fsa. y '- We deal exclusively in the above line of goods and solicit time trail >I'' ;oners.
Pl Hy Mr. a. f.. Motti.w,Cooim' Fla. foothold out-of-doors. The dry hot The Indian River! Inlet, which U the n: :: .. \ tun CTITUSVILLE : Write us for priced on Grain and! all Groceries, delivered y"u, ,uon, ,I
season of southern California probably only Inlet of natural formation now open : E. L. URADY& DRO. TITUSVl'l: I E C1.A. "
JOSEPH ZAPF accounts for this, and may prevent Its on the Indian River, has for some time FLORIDA.
", ever: becoming troublesome In that re- boon tilling; In with sand, and o' late
r'' Sole Agent. glou. Its origin Is unknown. It first years this action has been so rapid that S. W. CARROLL
came Into prominence about 188.: butprobably but a very short time will elapse; before After the Fire ,
l : i had been present In or IU total closure. The effect of this Is
t i 010 to 020:,!(J Wont Hay Street,, -Dealer In-
less numbers for a much longer; period, being/ felt most seriously by the fishing/
t JACKSONVILLE, FLA.MOTLOW.. and perhaps) Is native Florida. interests of the River, and especially GROCERIES GRAIN FEED FRUIT AND VEGETABl
While closely resembling scale Insect Fort Pierce and the section between this I I ,
In Its early stages, the white fly In the Inlet and Gilbert's bar It Is of the utmost Crockery, Glass and Tinware. -. Your Patronag :eolictt&'
t ::EI.. L. adult stage! emerges. in both sexes, as a importance that some action betaken TITUSVILLE:, FLORIDA.
1 1tr' 11 minute white gnat, \having four chalky lit an early date: and It Is hoped u _
of line texture from that the residents of the River
wings a glandular/ country
tr'' NP which fact It Is frequently called the will take a general Interest In the matter i J. L.
jIll "mealy wing." This active adult condition and use their Influence to get Govern UThe Mobley o .
P ; gives:! the white lly a distinct advantage ment aid l In the work. i
over scale lintucts+ in means oispread. TITUSVILLE: FLORIDA.
1 l. Contracts for all kinds of Painting, Kalsomlning, Stalulnjt.'llIIshln' ; :
/The damage! occasioned "by It Is great FLORIDA PINEAPPLES.The J>.Iper Hanging, at the most reasonable price consistent;,wiiii,
ly IIII.llellMed by the secretion, In the larval Prompt attention given to all work.

I \1 I r I&1I111uIOILI states, of a houoydow si m- sweet and palatable Florid'' ,
IIir to I that secreted. by the true scale !grown. pineapples, Is now within! reach of ICE"FACTOR1
l I Insect. This U In euoimous amount, all lovers of that fruit So plentiful 11\1111 INDIAN RIVER .
4 P and the sooty mold which develops in I ii become\ that fine, luscious apples sell
s n fit> 1 [itcu of the leaven, and produces very each. Never before has this fruit been ; but. \If there Is no Insurance (the prepared to furnish Ice in any quantity-Sacked or loose. .-'pe'- < tttij
serious effects, ou the vitality of the plant; so abundant und BO cheap. The grower paid sacking: for Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing it- ni\ motto"
., the fruit dues not ripen properly, Is deficient on the eiist. and, west coasts report )large contents of the safe cover only a smallpart \ T. T. WETMORE, Proprietor.

In ijiiiilily mid Blue, and keepsioorly. crops, and notwithstanding\ the abundance of your asset), the savings of a lifetime

QO | Involving Inadditlontimeexpensoof and low prices, It !IIIIIKIIOI'I.tlllt nifty vanish I within 1few hours' STADL
washing\ before it he marketed.. made. The Floiidt
can money i hits been time. Insure with us, protect yourself,
L'W Fine Liquors. Wines. Beers, The life round of the Insect, brlelly, Isis like the orange, 'are" splendid, anti, In case of a tire loss, get enough
i v "I Ales, Stout, Etc.Byyond follows: The winter Is. passed In the juicy, of line ,tUvor and handsomely money to put you on your feet again. FEED AND SALE: '' SADI+LI aR
mature larval stage; us a thin, elliptical, formed. This growing/ pineapples as I a
+ :: :! mo your orderI! scale-like object on the under aide of the an experiment a few yearn ago Is now a Branning Morgan *' ,
\ ; in the the trans- and the fruit has .STABLES.: mGIn) '
utives. Early spring great Industry, a position
l 'ornmtlon to the pupal stage occurs, this. lu tlio commercial: world second fo Fire and Life Insurance Agents,
1 stage/ differing but slightly from the lar none, cither domestic! or foreign. The TITUSVILLE: FLA. I BAGGAGE'I
r vel In au umxturance.. The adults beizln to laigest pineapples ever grown or seen .
Bros.KAU I appear by the middle of March and continue have) been produced this season lu FIt>I'I- TRANSFER, ,It- J "nd( Tl I NorT-\ |

'6 II I to emerge through April. The tllThis Industry, like all others .attempted Eire Insurance ..
QALLIK, INDIAN RIVER, JfLA. eggs deposited by this brood require In Florida, has proven an immense HAULING, KTC.TITUSVILLE all liinil
') about three weeks for development, success, and it will not be long
Marino Railway hatching into larvae from the middle of before the Florida growers can supplyall J. M. OSBAN & BRO,

W; (Jeneral Merchants\ .and. Ship Chandlers. April to the lat of May. The adults of the markets of this country.-Jacksonvllle :: -Hack of Geo. M. Kob bins' of h'LdRI
t) the Hooond brood! begin to emerge by the \ Metropolis.A __ __ ice.-
d ..Special FncllitioH.. middle of June and continue to appear -- ---
until the middle of July Itotwoen the
For Hauling Out, Storing and Repairing middle of July and the middle of September TERRIBLE ACCIDENT. pr'vIt E. M. SEGUI I
t _____ <
Yachts and Launches. a third blood la deposited, the .
larvae of which, hatching about the last ,
Mention the ADVOIIATM. when writing .t /wdil to lli>' ;.I IdrtM'til'
of October the Insect the
carry through
1 winter. The number of eggs laid by a EIIJ<::i, Fl."., JULY 2:1:\, lot.Hiiliert !) : DEALER IN ELECTRIC BATTERIES ,

C TRIP TO CALIFORNIA. single. female Is. In the neighborhood of of Miami brakeman
Astor, a
: d 1 twenty-live, and they are pl.\cll, by preference on the southbound freight, was killed at Electrical Engineer and Gas Engine Expert |
leaves but all of the
fit 1.70 round trip, 'from Jacksonville, upon new this place, yesterday. morning. The unfortunate
t U taken when the
Y; Kla., to (:all fOl'llla. Tickets sold July of plant the insect makes It multiplication The man was cut In two by the Bicycles Repaired and for Rent. Bicycle Sundries
:il to Aug. lit: inclusive, good returning necessary. train.Deceased. "
t until Got, ISth; 1IMK1 1, via, Nashville young larva Is active, resembling closely h> a white man, and loaves a
( ollicinlrouto { I the larva of true scale. In Meet. The life his loss. DYNAMOS SPARK IGNITORS COILS REPAIR*
Chattanooga A: St. Louis lly., wife and I four children to mourn and SPARK
of the .adult Is from ten to twenty days. ,
37th Annual Knnampment. of the The locomotive! ran down to Jonion I '>>'
)f, >Grand Army of the I Republic. The most satisfactory remedies for this and got the Justice of the Peace, Mont The Patronage of the Public Solicited. '

*' The Georgia BUI! Mouth \ Delegation Insect and, us Swingle demonstrated, are the by kerosene Messrs. Webber andreulu llardeo, antI a jury, anil brought them f Your House Goes Up in Smokeand P. O. BOX 55; _ TITUSVILI.E FL4"' I
+ will leave Atlanta, On., at 8a-J: :! a. here so n* to bold an Inquest. over the
washes. The best
in. the morning of August: 10th, throughTourist treatment may body. you loose everything -- --- -
Atlanta to San Fran- t 1m made during the winter, between December It is your own fault
Cisco. Cal., route via Chattanooga, and March, and again If necessary CHURCH NOTICES. Remember It Is the COMPANY: not the Attention !IGlVF.S I
: Lookout In May, and also in August or earlyIn Special
M ( Mountalu), Nashville, St. Se Item ber. Two or three applications Agent who pays the loss I represent 10of
Louis, Kansas City, Denver and Salt the best companies in the world, those
be made In the winter The
Lake City Parties from Florida wish-. may application Services the Catholio church, TltiiHvllle that everybody know are reliable. Why
\ In Is made It the mold lit
tug to join thin party will\ please write found to spreading to the fruit Since Sunday: July lUh, at I) a. m. dace your Insurance with companies you TO MAIL ORDERS 'OR-
to, or call on, K J. 'V AI.Klm, know about ? I
f : want your business -
the Insect lives ou the under side of the -. J. U. Black will\ hold services
Florida Passmigor Jacksonville Agent,,Fla. loaves, almost exclusively, it Is of prime the Baptist church, Titusville, next Sunday and appreciate favors shown me. Hardware, Tinware, Crockery, Glasswaij
Importance that the under surface be both morning and evening. Oil AS. S. SCHUYLKK,

1 y' thoroughly wetted with the spray, and There will be at the Methodist Tltnsville Agency '
It la necessary that the tree be opened up preaching Address, JENSKX, FLA. Harness and Stoves.TOur .
church Cocoa, next Sunday at 11
by pruning. Fumigation with hydro-'
Wool Wool. and 7:30) All
a. m. : p. m. are cordially
cyanic acid! gas la also a ready means of Invited. Stock Is Complete and We Can Fill Orders prOIT1
destroying this insect It undoubtedly -
kept more or 1 lees<< In check by para- Archdeacon H. F. Brown will\ hold Divine E. Vesey Hall,
eRie preface enemies, and Is subject service at Eden-Tlbbala at 10:30a. : Jas. Pritchard c& SonPostoffice -
f to attack by several fungous diseases, in. on Sunday morning; and at Jensen- *
Clear White Wool..220lb. which may be of occasional value In pre- Wavelitnd at 3:W o'clock p. m.

i l Clear Black Wool. .lOiolb. venting Its undue multiplication. Box 212,

l< j (Bales or Sacka.) J3T": When answering advertisementsIn Boatbuilder TitusvilleFlorid

t THE SURVEY PARTY. these coliimrn, you would confer a
1. 7-ft Alligator Sklne.h30 favor by saying you saw the advt. In the -- _
: 6-ft It 85c. EAST COAST ADVOCATE. By BO doing
_ fi-ft It 65c. Civil Engineer: Chas. S. Noble, who la you will receive better attention from
; "with Cftpt. lllrd'isurvey party will probably the advertisers.FOR Seeds For Summer
I 4-ft . 30c. reach iSebaatiaa: to-day. Capt. DInt GEORGIAN'A, FLA. Crops
3-ft It It. . 25c. has been on A visit to the St. Johns
Dry Flint Hldes..13Ic) lb. RIver a few daya thla week, to do some
the AIWOCA.TK: olllce, and
i '' Green Salted Hides 6)c lb. more surveying near Enterprise lIe returned do not fail to send na a share of your Laud For Sale. Millets, Sorghums, Soja Beans, Velvet Beans, Peanuts, Cnufa Teoninte.f'l
to Titusville and
Beggarweed, clean
work. We will
r lb. left same day, for his camp near Sebastian. please you. tCD'Al

uriug Capt llird'a absence, Mr. 17>{ acres first-class pineapple land, >>
:E E:: !:i:
tl D. KIRKLAND, Noble was In charge of the camp. To Musicians.A !. desirable front on St. Lucia river, at a

KIrkland Block. The taking of the levelaof the country bargain. For reasonable terms write, Clean Brig StockLLoowest; Black Unknown, Ladyflngers. Patpaid: i
along the East Coast la being rapidly baritone horn for sale\ nearly new; W. W. LCCE, ; Prices. Conch I'ellll, 3jc (ier qt.. ,
_ SAVANNAH GEORGIA. pushed! forward by the government- coat $i.YOO; will\ sell for tld.OO.: Can be Tibbala, Fla. peck; tU bushel. .
gineers. Thla Is the survey ordered by seen at the store of Poultry Supplies, Stock Food Insecticides, Garden Too;., Fertilizer\ ,

aP Reading notice ada. on thla page the government lu connection with the J. R. WALK en: A: Co., :r-: OLD NEWSPAPERS For Sale, L. CAMERON Store t
The Seed
a/d' nre cents per line per weak. Eau Gallia anti Lake Washington canal. Titusville, Fla. Cheap! at thla office. 114 East Bay Street. ,- JACKSONVILLE F6'-

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