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Title: East Coast advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: September 4, 1903
Publication Date: -1891
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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LOCAL NEWS Postmaster C. J. Hchoonmalter, oj f -Mr. R. E. Mime jr., of Titusvllle -Mrs. L. W. Halle of Titusville, spent SIR THOMAS HAS ENOUGH. AMONG THE HOTELS. I
Cocoa, was a visitor in Titusvtlle las spent Monday In Jacksonville. Monday, In St. Augustine.
Friday afternoon.E. .
d Topics of General Interest Attorney F. J. Webb, of this place, FRESH LOT REFUGEE BEAN SEED Sir Thomas Lipton, aboard tLe Erin, Where to stop along/ the East Coast

A. WADDELL, MIAMI\ real estat spent a couple days In Daytona this t just received at W. E. Goldsmith's.Mr. declared In an Interview, that he would See list of hotels on page 7.
dealer, ha some choice bits of real week. never challenge again for the America' V1,
THE ADVOCtoTsdvanoe I for Orlando Qtt.vterman. of Chester road 9
estate sale Call upon him. cup until a man had boon found In England Hotel proprietors can something
II 1,50 per .. -Mr J. A. Collins Is spending a partof Sboal ,wlU a visitor In Titusvllle IhU who equalled Nat Horreshoil In of Interest on our 4th page. *
Judge 11[. S. Jones returned
months to Titus
1 00 six his vacation on a trip down Indian week '
,joo! an. to foreign oountrles. vllle on Monday, after spending a week" River, leaving Titusvllle yesterday.Mr. yacht building. The baronet admitted The ARVOOATK Is on file every weekat ti
$ per for the ADVO- at Went Palm Bench and his place at -Dr. W. L. Hnghlett, of Cocoa, and Lls disappointment. at his failure, and the American Club, Havana.
en you subscribe Klondyke. D. W. Monroe, of Titusvllle, Dr. R. B. Holmes, of City Point, were frankly said that ho had no hope of winning -
8 by the year, It does not cost you was looking/ after.. business matters at In town Tuesday. / even a single race lie 1"ld: The APVOCATR Is now on rile at all

e cents per week, postage Included.ote Misses Jeannette Wilson and Willie Oak 11111 a couple of days this week. "American brains and devolopment the host hotel In New York city.
date of expiration printed upon May Gould who had spent a week will Yesterday was a red letter da.ln the have us beaten. If the day ever comes
Where to In Titusvllle See Tl-
wrapper every week. This relatives and friends at Indianola -Mr. J. E. Ingraham.: third fish business, as there were" 85 barrels stop
or returned when Herre.holTthen
England produces a
r papor for your money. No need to Titusvllle last dent of the Florida East Coast Railway, sent out from Titullvlllo.1Irll tusvllle hotel ud on our 7th page.
receipt Saturday. I will challenge for the cup again. i;
OS to send receipt for subscription.date -Mr. and Mrs. F. A. and has gone to Quebec, Canada on a vacation S. II, Happersett, a former resI It will not be until then. It Is unpleasant Visitors to Jacksonville are advised to JM*
I it to Morgan son,. trip. at those hotels.. whoso ad.... are on
gives you. Rosser, who have been upending the past dent I of Titusvllle, was M passenger; on to be compelled to admit It, but the stop
lit, EAST COAST ADVOCATE Is on month In the mountains North Carolina -Miss Ethel Wilson who has been yesterday's) southbound train brains In boat building/ aro ou this side our 7th page
news-stands, at fiveu.veB' relatives In Indlanola for the of the water. Herreshoff Is a wizard. '
following visiting
at tho returned to Tltusville The Continental Hotel it Atlantic kr
on Saturday. -Born, to Mr. and M ra. Tom Knight, i
two weeks returned home Wed. His work Is wonderful None can have ,
: past Beach cloned on Monday, after( a very
Wilson & Son. Messrs, K. T.. & Bro havIng of Canaveral, at the Corwin house Tltus admired
R. Brady are nesday. the Reliance more than 1 have successful season. Manager J. I*. Vin-
ltnonville- hotel. their store building/ painted, both inside ville, Tuesday, :Sept let, ItMKI: a sun. :She Is the !best boat by all Hide, and has lug and wild will leave for New York
Wind DON'T FAIL TO SEE E. A. Wa.ldell..
,. or hotel.Orlyot and outside. Messrs. :Stumpe:: & improvedor ;} Monday I... Labor Day, and the post won on strict merit. this week.
Miami If
want to buy
News" iitand. Hitchcock and Chas. Fulton are doing you ,. office will only be open between the "I am a most disappointed man. My
News stand, Union depot the work. unimproved lands. Prices to suit hours of 0 to 10 a, m. and 8 to 4 p. m. hopes, were high when I loft homo, for I Mr. H. It. Shares, manager of the New
all parties. )Rock lodge hotel! Hockludge, will keep
the
( eac11I1otellJontlnento.l.Huading surely thought we would carry buck'
tlantit -Mrs. C. C. Post of Seabreeze line FURNISHED COTTAGE FOIL KENT
-bieesre..ioho. and Bart Field two : his summer hotel, the Weirs, Lake \Vlunlpnsaukee. -
returned home from a visit of a monthto In South Titusvlllo. Immediate! poss oup."Yesterday's N. H.o.on through Sep
milleeonWednesday noia. to fluke only prolonged the (
notice ads. are ten cents : her husband, in North Carolina Mrs voung came up ession. Apply at AI>V ICATK otllce. tember. The season at tho Weirs has) ?
to attend the agony for mo. I do not want to win on
Post
line on this page. here says and that the she weather In glad was to get too back warm to dance that evening;. -We call attention to the two new any slips, and I regret Koll.inco't failure far exceeded hi r. Shnros' anticipation t

tickets were" sold at TI- ads 8th those of John H. to get over the line as much as anyone 11j
About forty Seabreeze.The -Mr. Jas. F. Mitchell I of Jacksonville, on our page / Tho Hotel Tudor, Nab nut, Mass., under -
excursion to Jacksonville Walker Co's. and Mr. H. W. Richards.The could
llie for the In Titusville his : the management of Mr. Wm. Catto,
following public schoqls of Bre- spent Sunday visiting Sl h Thomas was" asked why It was that .
Sunday; has done a fine business this summer.
: wife and children at the home of Mr. and weather has been
pleas !
vard will very sail
county open Monday I Sept. 14: Shamrock III. was not given mote Nahant Is never more delightful than In ,
at Annie, Dade coun- Mis. W. /S.: Norwood. ant Titusvllle since the first of September
The postoflice Tltusville Cocoa Fort Pierce Eau Gal- I that hn trusted '
and mall will area. Ha replied I t everything the early full, and Mr. has been discontinued, lie, Melbourne, Sebastian and Courtenay. -Mayor O-, A. 1
rat to Stuart The time Is drawing/ short for "Young spent from Tuesday until yesterday at day. the best of England's talent. He com- tober. if

jleiwrii. T. H. Sanders and M. S.L America" to bo at play. Grant His Honor had some legal business There will be preaching,: at the Methodist 'limented Captain llurr, and said that ,
of Imltanola and Courtenay were to attend to at that place. church In Titusvllle next (Sundayat \ lie had no fault to find with the way In Some poor vendor of hrfrd luck announced s
Mrs. J. C. Jones of her 1i
Quay brought
that Mr. C. W.Ripley' .
tho sad fact
and Sat. which the Shamrock had boon. handled.
tdn in Tltusvllle last Friday 11 a. in. and 7. 3D p. m. All are In-
baby to TltuevilleTuesday. The little -Superintendent MIms. of onaven- vited. "I hope," he said. "that we will get a hotel, The Slpploan, Marion, +
ay. one has not been well, and It was tore; was In Tltusville Tuesday giving good 25:/: knot breeze soul a heavy sun to Mass, wasalways" well patronized while 1I
MEMBER E.: A. WADDELL, MI- thought best to have It near a doctor the: competitive examination for the While the fish shipments from Titus morrow. Then we will have had all the the speaker coulden't make a boardinghouse ".- I

nl, Is the man to go to, If you want" and under the care of Its grandparents, South Florida Military College./ vllle are rather short still quite a few chances on the calendar to try out :Sbam-:: succeed, not to mention a largo

good Grove, Pineapple Plantation or Mr..and Mrs. E, W. Hall -Col. S. F. Travis and son, Hobt.I.ee. are going forward. I During the last rock III.'s qualities.Baronet I hotel I We suppose Mr. Rlpley lisa com-
egetable Farm. eight! days of August 21M' barrels were the hissed the attraction of romatlo Marion
-Mr. M. H. Wyatt of Braldentown.waa were passengers on Tuesday's southbound Lipton I praised hospitalityand f
orn, to Mr. and Mrs. W. H, II. Glea- a passenger on Satuiday'a; south bound train en route to Cocoa, af- shipped. /generosity of Americans, and expressed with his own sound brains, for I It's no use

,of Eau Gallie la the hospital at St. bound train en route to Cocoa, where he after ,a visit In Hendersonvllle, N. C. -Mr. T. Blake Walker, after spending: l the belief that many of them laying success to "luck". It I I. only neoOttssury -

uitlne, a tine blue-eyed girl. Mother goes to accompany bill wifeand little son a few days In Titusvlllo, returned to wanted to see him take the cup to observe the quiet and tactful
child are doing well. home. Mrs. Wyatt was formerly Miss -Mr. 0. L. Mandavllle, 1'itusville'sjewelryman lacksonville last Sunday Mrs. Walkers "They would push the Shamrock over management of The Hlpplcan, and you

Minnie Johnson, of Cocoa went up to Jacksonville still with her parents, Capt. and Mrs. the.. line ahead the could, I believe. have the secret of Its good seasons. ,
ar. and Mrs. D. A. Blodgeit, of Day- last Sunday on business and pleasure I'ritcbard. tho Hotel
), and Mrs. E. P. Porcber and child- -Miss Edith Branning, who has been combined He returned /Sunday:: night. Manager Jos. P. Greaves and of Hotel
of COCOIare enjoying the cool lake visiting: her sister, Mrs. W. W. Weaver, -Mrs. Carl Brultwlsch stud three children STETSON CONTROVERSY.There Alcazar St. Augustine, of the j,
Mrs. A. J. Sembler who has been III Oriental Y.
Beach N.
Manhattan recently
at ,
resiu Mackinao Island! Lake MichMrs. of DeLand, arrived in Titusville last Saturday of Cologne, Germany, are expected t .,
at the home of her mother In Kustls, Is hud the honor of entertaining Sir'
and was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. to arrive In Tltusvlliu today for a year'svtsilwith
110 far Improved that she expucl to re- are no new developments In theStetsouKOIbcs Thomas Lipton, as told In the following
L. C. Branning until Wednesday when her mother Mrs. .1. N. Feaster ,w
Hattie Dixon I and nun, of Miami, turn to Titusville the first of next week. ) controversy. The agreement from the New York Press Aleut sic J
she left for her home at West Palm of 1..0. ( range.Mrs. .
>have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. teach -The New Woman's Dance last Wednesday to arbitrate the suits has been signed o'clock, just before the dinner hour, the '
fall, of Titusvllle, for the pant three E U. Tyndall and chlldien and the
be by Dr Forbes, we are Informal), /guests on the piazza saw pnrtfii
'ur' weeks, returned to her home on -Our St. Lucie (Items state that lIon. evening There, proved about to quits asuccess. of Jensen who have been spending! the Is now In the hands of Mr. Stetson await outside running the green ling Erin, the I r d

day. Wade H Jones In declining health at or thirty-six. participants were and all thirty-live souraedo uminor In North Carolina, were |>assunKersi I lug his decision. There are rumors to Union Jack and Old Glory ut> the .I"IC- i

he ADVOCATE Is under obligation toJ the home of his relatives at St. I/ucie. have a grand time. on yesteidity's. southbound train en the elToct that Ur. Forbes will not return sralT on the back plax/.a. Immediatelythe d

U. 1I.lat, manager/ of the Indianr We hope that Mr. Jones' illness will route home. to Dulaud this winter-that the school women were In a flutter. The men ,

hotel Tltusville, who Is now In prove to be only of a temporary nature, Editor Jolly, of the Ua weeks IIalifax\ -C"pt. anti Mrs. P. Nolson and children will bu run hy the doitns-Dr. (J. S. far. asked the meaning of the unusual di... 1

orals, for copies of the Sau Fian- and that he will suon be out among bin .Journal Is oil for n three rest In who have spent the summer at rlsH being the senior dean. Whether the playtime of ,bur0f course Mr. (morning
friends again. he mountains of North Carolina and whether his future knew In the
0 I Examiner. / their old home In Perth Amboy, N. J., nootor returns or not- maiiagni, early
during his absence Mr. Harry Wilson Is life Is to be spent In ]eland, theNorth that Sir Thomas Lipton wall coming over
Mrs. McCabe of San An. left there and l .a1
Margaret/ on Tuesday are expected /
The southbound train Monday after- at the helm of the Journal.A or In some foreign clime-he may to dine with friends, but carefully had /1
.1. F. O'
tonio. Fla, a sister of Hev. Boyle 10 Titusvllle /Sunday.::
n struck n yearling calf, belonging/ to I that not ,{
rent assured that the very best wishes of guarded/ the secret a guest
the Florida )East; card from Mr. Chas. IJ Walton.eUtol'
.
of died
on ,
Dayona,
P' A. 1.os1eyjUlt south of the water -Mr. :S::I. 0 Fltts. deputy county clerk thousand fitends In I DeLand and rpnrtlons knew anything about tho visit until l the I
: last Thursday.btrs. of the AuvocArK that he all
Coast train near Neoga :, states
Both hind legs were broken, and / of Dado county, was a passenger on (Frl- of Florida are with him. He owner of t.he Sllamrockappcared. With
Me :abe had been a sufferer from bas arrived In /Boston and that the ll
animal had to be killed. northbound train route to St. hiss made friendswho Commodore It.
lay's en during past 1H years Sir Thomas Lipton were
consumption for a lung time, and after weather there is cold and dreary, withno
rat l, Chicago and other point lu the will remain true to him 'till death E Todd of the Atlantic Yacht Club.
At River Lodge
Indian
a meeting of spending/ month lit Daytona, was going sun, but plenty of rain.
QO, F. A A.M., held last Fridaying to Jacksonville for treatment.Dr. northwest, on a month's vacation.Mr. do us (lIUt." These people are his true, Mejur-(leneral Corbln and Mm. Corbin.
Mrs. F. M, Hudson and children of steadfast. bu r-Ueneral Bates the Earl and
friends wherever he may ,
In the lodge-room In the Indian F. C. Stetson, wife and children, .
'hotel, Tltusville, Mr. E. O. Deen, It. D, Holmes, of (tree who Tibbals, are spending/ a few weeks at of Fort Pierce, who have been spending sash will remain a... They believe In Countess of Sliaftesbuiy, Col. and Mrs. .

urnbull, was given the initiatory de las been spending the past monthsIn uUskl City, Va.,. where the AHVOUATB the iiminer at Watertown N. Y., leave/ him and they will stick by him It. Is Sharmitn-Crawford, Justice Brown, Col.D. .

be lodge goat. Pittsburg, I'".,the Orange Mountains, follows to keep them posted I upon-the for Niagara Kails( to-day, and will visit Impossible, to state, just at this time, F. Nell I, Dr. A. F. Neal and J. C. Wilson
New York and other points was a pansenger doings" of the East Coast.In Chicago Cincinnati and : the status of case. The whole matter I.I jr. They had come over to Sea Girt I
Chattanooga on
A party consisting of Mr. and Mrs. : on Saturday's southbound trainen the Times-Union Wo'rld'a Fair' their return/ to Florida.Mrs. as It has been for some months, In theh on the Erin. They wore met at the) hotel SII
nR Walker and non, Mr. and Mrs. route home. The genial Doctor said .nid* of a committee of prominent Baptist door by Mr. Greaves, who conducted 1
Commissioner Miss Grace Heed
E. Goldsmith and -two children and te bad the pleasure of witnessing the of Titusvllle still contest maintains the Albine Brady and daughter of National reputation who are endeavoring them. to the front piazza, where there
Flora Fulton, went to Jacksonville Reliance crossing the finish line nine position Miss Josephine Brady who have been to effect a settlement that wassn Impromptu reception. SlrThomas ,
third In the East Coast division haY. r
he excursion last Sunday. They re- minutes ahead of the Shamrock all residing In South\ Titusvllle for some hall be sutlsf.tctory to all. Some few sent lib oard to Senator Platt, who I Ir
t having had a pleasant time. Walker has resigned ng, on :Sunday last, 24,710" votes. months past are now occupying their DaLnnd people, who are gutting rich out came downstairs. and greeted the Irishman 4
K.
Slice -Mr. Wm. -The Titusville High School will openon residence on Main street again. Mr. and of this matter, claim that no efforts/ are cordially At 7:11I:: > the 'party had
Jessie Sanders of Indlanola of the Tltus
'om his position as manager and Monday, Sept. 14tb& with the followng Mrs. P. G. Waion are also' ensconced "elnm"leat./ a reconciliation. )But the dinner In the banquet-room. heir table
pan led the two children of M I and of the Indian River
r. branch
C O. villa\ corps of able' teachers: Prof. J. D. here. matter Is In higher and! purer hands than, was decorated with goldenrod and Irish.
Blyth to Orlando last SaturMr Worth Fish Co. and Is now engagedn
Lake Teeter, principal; Miss Lottie Teeter let tI.lr's--an,1 the effort Is being mails fern. The walls bore American, British,
myth has bought at business his own account. -A card received from Mrs. M. A.
a place fish
the on
!Miss !Minis 2nd assls- The of Florida assured Irish and club IUg"."
MO assistant" ; Aleph : people may rest yacht ,
and expects to make his home We wish Mr. Walker much success. Mr. prague and her daughter Miss Edna
Miss Carrie Mendel that their Interests and the Interests
e He will take tent; primary. who visited all the the ------
employed at the electrict W. F. :Sample:: of Sebastian, lerge, resorts on the school
plant Mr. Walker's place as manager for the -Work on the gymnasium building )East; (Coast last winter, state that they are the being Board guarded of 'l'rll.teell.-fe-with jealous Hulpliiir Mprlnir for Hale.
cam by
Mrs, W above named company, for the present hall begun. It will be located on the extreme hue had! a delightiul visit at Intorlnken.lwltzerlandand e NI
II. Hall and daughter, Mills Land News. --
lard, eastern end of the Titusvllle High that they go/ from thereto ___ ________ __
who have the three wind and rain storm
heavy l located
spent past During a School lot, and will be furnished with Italy, then on to Germany where n The fumou 1 A Yon Sulphur Spring
Pins in Manatee, returned to Titus- ,Monday I afternoon three whales" were the complete apparatus of the Tims vllle they will stay until they return to their FREE DELIVERY FOR MIAMI. at Avon Livingston county, N. Y.
tartmnday.. Mrs. Hall's sinter, washed on the beach one half mile below hundred I of land Including I
V up GymnasIUm Club which has been presented home at Ardena, N. J., In the fall. About one acre
I !Lloyd, and little son, of Man- the pavilion at St. Augustine. They to the Brevard County School about twenty acre of beautiful park, f
accompanied' them to Tltusville for were presumably driven there by the Board The building will be SOxOO and -Ur. I' E. I'uckett of Cocoa arrivedIn Htlll the good things come to Miami- five springs of sulphur water and a /Irst-/ + I Af

''g'h' Visit wind which was blowing at Ii great veocity. will cost between $3.;>O and *IOO. This Titusvlll yesterday and left this things that prove more certainly than class half mile race track These springs
measured ::17 :31 and this morning for Daytona, where words that the city Is !
Mr. flicodore Kruse former resl- The whales will/ be an excellent thing for the school l.nlllyaBt rapidly proiluce the IInest sulphur water known.
|t of< White City la, a located at 41 feet, and were about five feet through children.Mr. he goes to meet his brother Mr. growing Into a great city, says the Metropolis. For further particular address, i
011. '.al In now and eight feel wide. It Is presumed that T. Koy I'uckett of the Government C. H.' ClIAM-OTI! ,
the llmt of a letter received from the weight Is about three tons each. John T. lstnukrs, president of ,Printing Ofliue, Washington, D. C., who Postmaster II. O. Budge ha been tf Exchange/ St., IbjciiuHtor, N. Y.
'18eo the week. In which be the First National/ tank of Augustine, son his. annul sl vacation. On /Sunday, quietly, persistently and successfully'
the,$1 st(> necessary to be a regreader _His Honor, Judge Minor S. Jones, of paid Tltuttvllle/ a visit last Thursday and both of the above gentlemen accompanl- working for some time to secure the establishment

ne )f the ADVOCATE, he says Tltnsville was the guest of Mr. J. A. Friday. Mr. Dlsmukes had! some legal ed by Mrs. IV K. Puckett and little son of a free mall delivery ser "JEEMS" IS CONFIDENT

o I eor, hopes our White City corres- McDonald over on the East Side, on business before Mr. leo. M. Robbins will go to Cocoa, where they will be vice for Miami and he has just been of. -

>tl will keep him ported on all Sunday. Monday be spent in West the Palm legal lie also Inspected his orange grove at guests( of Mr. K. N. ndrewI, father of llclally notified/ that such service will be Hon. James K.: Alexander 1 la ono of

transpiring In bin old borne. Beach, paying welcome calls on the evening MimI, which is In charge: of Mr. Jerome if rs. Puckett' put Into effect the llrst of November. the mot confidant men In the world. Ho
Mr I I K fraternity. Before leaving on and found It In excellent con- Just how Mr. Budge managed to so
Pend T. Feaster
le ton, of Miami, for distinguished --- .say he I Is absolutely certain being nominated 1
1''ft! Uusvllle! has engaged In busl't train for the north the Informal/ Itlon. Mrs. Dlsmnkes accompanied her To \lu"lan( quickly secure this great Improvement for Congress. Mr. Alexander also 1i 2 l

> Oi .1. G. DuPuis at Lemon visitor was entertained at Cbllllngworth.an husband, and was delighted with 'rltu.yu .- we are not prepared to say, but that he says that If .-MenatorC.llenters the senatorial e )
nndei smoker by Mr. C. C. her first visit tu town. did It U suftlcenr and ltles him to
the firm name of pendleton composedexclusively le. This was our en> race there will be a second
i P'mis Ml 1'endleton being the somsnmber The pleasant. gathering was who A baritone born for sale, nearly) new; the thanks of every citizen. It means mary and that the second race rrl-

of the firmA general line of the legal gentlemen H. P. coat IJ5.00: ; () ; will/ sell for $12.00.: Can be the employment of three regular mall between Call and Tallafcrro. It was tt

cban
.Wig made of shoes Mr. Pendle- irannlng and Judge II. B. J. )t. WAf.Kr.n A Co., first year, with gradually increasing had acknowledged that he was' wrong In !t J'

oK"inli experience and business Tropical Sun. Titusvllle, Fla. wages: and one substitute carrier. It charging lion. John NC..Stockton with
-ati Sept. 5th to Utb: MY ENTIRE STOCK mean the double dally delivery of malls
ns will insure for the firm a -- -- his defeat for senator In 1HI\ 7 sod that be

''u measure of success. Wagons for "Sale.I AT COST:: FOR CASH. For Winter In Mutiny Florida.A to all part of the city and the location of would support Mr. Stockton for Senator aIi
twenty-fire mall boxes In which) letters In the primaries next year. lAte developments ff _
of DRESS GOODS Shoes, FURNITURE and package may be deposited without however, Indicate that Mr. CallIs

\1''kJ..1\ Slips for Sale.MIO now have on hand a large stock ETC.C. party of six to eight adults wishing the necessity of going to the po loOtlJce. I still "."re" on Mr. Stockton. Should Z

2-inch tire and 3-lncb tire one-horse wag- to find just the right place to have jolly The carriers will be appointed from time .z-senator'eoter the race be ha 4 ,
1J4 be delivered at once. A. UAKDMER, Titusvllle, Fla. and the faI those who stand the examination
.. extra pine Abkaka, slips onl that can time In fishing hunting on I among many friends throughout the State who 4
'al I. 'i-Plvto. C. II. MirwiCK, R. E. MIMe. J it., Fla mod. Indian /Klver with a. private famIly I lo be conducted by the clerks In the po t- will give him loyal support la his endeavor ; { Ik

Waveland, Fla. .Titusvllle, Sale. of two adults, In their winter resort ,office 00 Sept 21th, These carriers a* to return to the United States
Rees for home, provider with all comforts such well as all the employees the postofHco Senate.-Galn vllle Hun. 1'

Hear Wood Wanted. al cabin catboat. fitted for cruisingfor will be placed under the civil service ,, ;
For sale. Cord I have for sale 50 colonies of Italians, hire or sale; row boat and launch accommodations I regulations1. The mall boxes will be ,

,r ; !llghtwood online In 3 story hives; about 40 extra :.1 story sun parlor, screened, plogx :placed In position day or two before Are You doing North ?
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male IQ i Florida Bear, about two IOU cords four foot of New :SmrDa- lives (new) bee escapes excluders etc.; >ng, etc. pl leave, address now,to engage I the service begins./ It Is now more' than m

to 1 e1'1 gentle. Owner has no F. E. makeybidsath R. Moses, Ag nt I Cowan's rapid extractor; I foundation rooms and for farther particulars, E. J. ever Important that every house In the Get your UokoU over the Clyde Line",

esble look after It, and will sell at a Please toP Beach, F la. mill dipping tank boards, heater etc. Blair Merrltt (Island),, Fla (Near four city should be numbered and our people from Jacksonville to New York.
price, Address, Water Works, West Palm and all bids.spt8 J. II. HO A.T: argent hotels on East Coast). Open should lose no time In getting ready to CHAS. H. WAI.TOX: A R'pn't I
'. M. WOOT 1f, light reserved to reject any Artesla Fla. from November until May. avail themselves of this convenience. Titusvllle, Ha.

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exocutca. 'I I iif t\\'9 piirptJxe: to /tu uepi very Httnnnn: '" been done -up to titprevent ,
constantly In view lire (ai to avoid th< In the sale of produce. Ur ;' "

AlL tl< mutilation of the root of the plant Kuliiorl tuten: and tiff>l In i'onflrmm : ,., ", .i ,, i r
and (bi, to keep the surface! constantly; by the pvldcnic<< ol''iilnutil In other din'vtlons rit

Ne l01\ Ions ot niiivciufiit I.UM: token firm- : ,'. -.
t a "soil mulch. This) prevents co-oM-rnhH II \:
um'siIi11 moisture by evaporation from tile eat rout have Nhnwn most progress' and; ,' -.a =

whole surface retaining the moisture bare rooi.
SINESS.vAAM: below the mulch for use In dissolving depression In uKrlciilturc.Trrhnlcal I o Q ; a r fy

and conveying plant food into the+ K -Iii plant The fedt>nitlou, however has by no '" .".t., .a1 i '
tri A crust upon the surface hastens the{ meant llmltM/ its efforts to trudlntc<< ,, t,, ,. ", r ya

i + I'1' t escape of moisture which brings the but hUll IXM-II the UsHciulniitor of u vustmaaM ; ", o 1:8: 5CD 0

soluble plant food to the surface and of Information throughout the \ r :" ,; '

Io4'kJ leaves It there, out of reach of the country und has led the way In technical r. '1 t ,, ,;i., Boa 15;
QvAANvlatruA. sushi. roots of the plants. From n plot of cultivated Instruction. There has been to' t
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land upon which the crust was adopted by the government a sytttcm) V, r.,'- '0 .2J o g
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/ allowed, to form and remain for ten knowledge the a
of spreading among d !Ej o.w .
: days a sample, of soil to the depth of rural population which Is said by Mr. :.i '.'. j, 'It. g ,
six Inches was taken. From an adjacent Bolton King, who has given considerable 8 Ei-Oc

: j plot on which the surface was attention to Italian development, '. to, "'1'0 '; ,.;, .., (.J l"\O
,1 I It \
11.1PtAalAatt Inches Immediately '
of two
stirred to the depth to be the most practical form of agricultural :t! .I

I after the rain and the formation education known.1n Europe. The g

: -- of crust prevented a similar Instructors travel from Village to village =
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sample was taken. The chemist found and adapt their teaching.not onlyto
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.Q: HOME CHEESE MAKING. nearly twice aa much moisture In the the requirements of each locality s si ge'os

-- latter as in the former.-J. S. Newman but also to the adoptability. and intel
I 1 1I dlrnplo the:MclhlMla Farm and tluaarhnlat.UtenidlH Ap..I1......... For Clemsen College South Carolina. ligence of the population. They control TROPICAL PINE-APPLE TAR AND WINEis ja CA. (ya D Itr

experimental plats and hold themselves -
For Cheese, 1,1IDI-\ good No other food will abnorb bad odor* In readiness to give, either by U'') G G 0>> kse.

(, Tat-one that can be Kept clean and I? quickly as will dairy products. I letter or by personal assistance Information than Million Dollarsof '" h'
;I IIWt'ptlII'L/ \\nrg enough to hold whatever EFFORTS. to those who are seeking such backed by more a
CO-OPERATIVE
milk I U to be lined ut one time. A knowledge. Not only 80, but they ad- E2"o ..

press for the product of from five to Remarkable Development of .'.rm- vise as to the kind of manure which is Florida capital.It 0

eight 'OWII: a Mluiple lever with era' OrsmnlMtloHN. |.. Hit I FV most suited to the farmer's requIre- cures Indigestion and Stcmach Disorders.It =
remarkable developments ments and keep In such close touch ..
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weight AiTouipiinjlMK tile press must One of the
I, several I countrle: have marked with the syndicates that they may be appetite and CI) "et' CDoN
rtwi be hoops; a /good slzo l 1M tear Inches In which In Is a pleasant Tonic; gives :
diameter and eight Indies tlwp madeof the lust few years and one which Is regarded to some extent ns traveling > t
,, u'r heavy tin .IU'l'. strong mid no top having very wide reaching", effects Is advertisements for the federation and strengthens the system. 4 K' dC

or bottom. A drainer or ve nel with the growth of co-operative effort! on the Its local branches. 1
perforated. bottom In which the curd IH part of agriculturists.. Of this Mr. Edward If your druggist:does not handle it, write to C

i <# n drained: u huge bucket/ will do lined Brown of Italy has the followingto The Cotton Pro.pee' the manufacturers CURE OR NO PAY. '<
t with Htrulner doth. A dozen cloths a say In Country Gentleman: The prospects for u big crop of cot i1
j yard square. A riiioiueter. A curd The pioneer In thin direction to u ton this! year seem rather cloudy at )

+ 'fI knife or knives; these come In pairs largo extent has been Denmark. und It present. Cotton Is late. In many field Tropical Manufacturing Co., aSQa rgI
one to cut horizontally and ono verti- is not too much to say that the wonder the stand Is defective and It la too late

cally; but u IOIIK. alum knife wit{ do or ful developments In that little country to remedy the defect. The soil over Jacksonville Florida.NOTE I L g7's. i ii

a strong piece of galvanized \vlro netting within the later years of the nineteenth : considerable arras In the best cotton I i rJ II) QI
or even n strong strip of tin. A century have been In great measure growing sections of the state Is in bad I f
suitable room for curing with a few owing to the combined efforts for specific condition on account of the Incessant t I :J
iimootb wldo shelves! on'"which to cure purposes of Its population. The example rains of February aud March and subsequent : :-Tropical Pineapple Tar and WIno Is made from the .a.8 p

the clieeHw. IM being followed elsewhere plowing while the soil was juice of the' Florida, Pine-Apple, PIne-tar and Grape )Wine and Is absolutely

: ltf'lIl1pt.-CIlP. nbout one tablespoon- France, In Hungary/ In Oennauy and, still too wet. Then we have the boll -: pure and a true tonic.-Ed.] ( L _

I r L fill of rennet extract for three gallons in 1n>llInd. Co-operation. however, uu weevil to reckon with, though this Is Y

+ +. ; t of milk. If the curd! IK over one-half der these circumstances l Is distinctly an unknown quantity. The summer '. '.
an hour In coining Inert-line the quantity different from what Is usually regarded } and full weather may Influence the '"' WOlfflMoat

; of rennet; If less decrease It. Rent as the co-operative movement In yield materially but on this feature of '. 1 t'.. "

net tabletit may I be us.d. Great Itrltaln as the hitter owes its the CURe no safe predictions can be : :'" ", 1'- -

: Preparation of the Currt.-Warm the origin and its em-cess to the combina- made. At least we have the statistical #" :". ,.! I I ., :' In Quantity. Bntlatii.1Cream :
f 1I milk to 85 decrees V., add the rennet tion of consumers. In Itenmark' anti. fact that a small cotton crop sells for -" ,, 'VV'X-XXTE'S
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and mix thoroughly, then cover and let the other countries named combined more money than a large one.-Farm i' ;1. I
land at Mils temperature for about effort on the part of agriculturists Is and Ranch. :t'L '
halt an hour or until the curd will not for piwliiftlon or oumtnnptlon, but --- J. 1 : 'I': Vermifug

Ira 4 ,r break, luuvlug the whey clear. Then primarily for the purchase of what they Forty Pounds In Thirty I>ajs. J ", ,, FOR co IF.IRS
It In columns In the conduct of their Industry t.J t.f'
r1 cut each way leaving may require 4 I
For several months our younger brother Has Led all WORM Remedie!
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en about an Inch square. Now let It stand! and In some cage for the disposal had been troubled with indigestion |

1 I until the whey rises, an inch on top of of their produce. I was pleasedto lie tried several remedies but /got no p I < EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED.
It t the curd then warm the whole gradu have the opportunity of meeting utFiacenza benefit from them. We purchased some I *tr finifl SOLD* *vrf BY, ALL -DRUCCI r wit !
ally taking two or three hours to reach Dr. Uuineri, the director of of Chamberlain's !Stomach: and Liver PKRPAllKl' It
s Il 08 degrees F., lifting and stirring and the Federation of Italian Agricultural Tablets and he commenced taking them. i JAMES--F.-BALLARD, PT :WI
with the hand all the Inside of thirty days he had gained forty ----
breaking It gently Societies and Dr. Bathe, the technical ,, ,. ,,
1.1 time until the pieces are about tho size secretary of the federation. Placensa pounds flesh lie Is now fully recovered. /
We have trade the tablets. f
of of lie careful not a good on KIDNEY DISEflSl
grains corn very la a small town in the northern part of
ITolley Bros, Merchants Long Branch '
to crush the curd that will cause the .
an Emilia, and from It Is directed the con-
Mo. for sale by all druggists and medicine -
: cream or tat to escape with the whey. trol of what l lit becoming a great busi dealers-
Et Then let It stand at thin temperature, ness. are the most fatal 1 of afli I

stirring it occasionally to keep from Fatriurra* Syndicate. In Italy COST OF TRAIN LUXURY.
packing until the curd la so firm that The central organization combines eases.

+ when squeezed) gently In the hand and under Its federation. "0I1Il'thlllIIkt'/ .'N10farmers' The Ra>aaoii That Railway P.*.a naor KIDNEY? CURE
the hand opened It will separate! Into Rates Arc So lUsh. '
syndicateslil
  • M purtteles( again./ The whey should have all over Italy but especially In- It may be asked why the railway I locomotive I 6uarantaidR Rim

    .,, gst a slightly acid taste. Then dip the curd the lioi-tli. There are however, u number does lint pull passengers at

    Into a banket lined with cloth 'to cool of these M.uidlcntc. In (Ilse nouth. a lower rate. Because it gives! passengers CARPETSU refunded. Coat
    and drain.Stilt.inlt. so much room, comfort and or money
    They luivn sprung up to some extent
    the curd after It ID drained from !local elT'oit. The depression, In high speed that it has to carry a ton remedies recognized by

    using four ounces of salt to ten agriculture: \\'hl'h n fewyears ngo) of dead weight for each passenger. A nent physicians as the bat\

    pound of curd, mixed In carefully, hut passed I I over tin hole of Europe roused locomotive weighing 100 tons; pulls at (Yfy Fall Stock Arriving Dally Kidney and Bladder troublj
    thoroughly; or salt by brine bath or the most enterprising nnd progressivefarmers 45; mllcM an hour 12 cars weighing INN
    )
    rubbing after pressing.Pressure.The :i to elTolts on their\ own hl.hlllf. tons njid containing TOO( people weighing More New Patterns to Show Than Ever. PRICE SOc. anti $J.OO.

    pressure' must be gentle The main Idea 1< with \\hlcli the syndicates 5O; tons, assuming the passenger", H. 1C. WILSON & SON.(
    at first or the milk fut will run out "MlllhIlMh.'I1I'll" In the to be men. women and children but ---- --

    thus leaving n ]I"Jor cheese. Increnso weie: of fcrtllUcrs.. nnil appliances\ \' )purchasing chiefly men( and to average 131 pounds! ITI.TJC3-S t 3HL.TJOS I I Foley's Kidney Cuj

    the pressure gradually; anti In a few In Older to obtain the boat lesults It ..och.1.4oo; pounds of dead weight per Carpet sizes for Coming/ Fall Season:\ ; In uizes from Oxll> !> to IIxl 12.: New makes kidneys and bladder
    hours take the cheese out turn It, rearrange passenger/ when every seat is taken.
    I IR Ii It
    wax lieiessnry that pinvliuHi'g( / should Tapestrlna, New Body) Brussels! few WlltonH. New Smyrnau. ily
    the and before. But curs cannot more than
    bandage press us average YEAR!
    Tills IH In made\ upon a huge scaly, timid hence seven-tenths full. stock U the largest My prices are" the lowest, -Mattings, Linoleums, i h' BO
    Importantpart
    + Curing- a very tlu fol'IIUI, t Ion of the; federation, which 1 ''t EXPEBIENCEfZ.
    of cheese making. The room for The railway carries free the pas Portlers, Shades, Cocoa Mats Rubber Mats Bath Room Mats and Art
    acts \praitlciilly aft I the buyer for all t hltlI"'III.lIul'lo.tI.1I .
    curing/ (and it may bo In basement or thus combined together senger's 150 pound trunk nnd sends Squares.! OT:: Will be glad to send samples and quote prices.
    collar If the conditions are right) should ; with him toilet rooms heating stoves / ,
    Last your the trade amounted( to nearly
    be first of all capable of being kept at and\ fuel smoking rooms dining rooms! 1i
    $1.I4HI.I4HT.( ) ( This trade, howeier. WHSmore
    h an even and medium temperature. and bedrooms. These houses on wheels = EcII. = .
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    {'specially In pm'ctins, lri|{. ii nile .. _
    a From, M to UO degrees 1\ U now regarded and tTio, locomotive which draws them ". .. ,.f.
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    & 1 us the best fur domestic purposes have to be made very heavy In orderto :17! WEST KORSYTH: ST. JACKSONVILLE FLA. --,: y .'"+ "',r""lat r""It OtSIOKI

    ev although the time In curing maybe / lt7Sl L& for you uese get the great strength made necessary f I t, '. : C -P', ",8rl'
    I +i somewhat lengthened thereby. The 5115W II tile Kapp of by high speed.If -- -- Agtenr. .1111,114: '. .... e
    cooler the room the slower the curing. motherhood" nays the doctor. Sometimes the railway could dispense with ,inl"..\.Ir H","rill.n "nrv ', e,
    ( i It the room at any time gets much he qualifies the statement and these comforts and luxuries and carry Official Supply House of The Illinois Fishermen's Association ;: :tirmn, ,>I> pr.h. :: >ihlrHilenra : : .!,'"I::' '
    "Impossible without an --- --- -- ----- .Mill I tiled. nil; .n .
    warmer than (15 degree. e"N'tor a lays : opera- passengers packed closely Inside and tam>n tlimiml V hrlgt
    cheese Is to)1> I tion." Yet both these "Impo siblea" of low roofed ",,r tuttlc.tt, Wit hnut i Uh! .uSacmific r
    short period the likely on top ramshackle unheated The Chicago Net and Twine Co.
    1 I have bn made possibles by the use Jlmui an
    i permanently Injured. The room should of DI" Iierce's Favorite Pre vehicles like the old stage and !

    1 r be fairly dry but not too dry, and scription. Many times the at slow np ed It could. pull passengersat Manufactiireia of- 1, A h.nd.nmptr, I1ln'trnt'"1 wi cm 1 '":'1
    while \x'IIIwl'lI/ ventilated, should be hindrances to motherhood one-tenth to one-twentieth the price cul.llun pf ...,. .o.n, aOldeY7i l da.oMUNN srenr.
    ( u ur free from currents of air. It too dry or are to be found) I in of the old stage.-Engineering Maga- to; fore month.36tBraadsatNeWTj 3 : : y yBr.nch
    & CO
    subjected to dry cucxents,'; the cheese. womanly diseases or &111('. b Uat.eus F PL W.ahnatoaa{ _
    will lose weight and be apt to crack. weaknesses, whichare
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    threat care must be taken to keep out perfectly and till Out."Tess -a
    n nil flies. The bandage should be greased permanentlycured "Fa-I nays she's ready to make op If r

    and rubbed and the chee o turned vorite by Pre you will" siitd the peacemaker Virginia Hoi

    over on the shelf every day or two for scription.This .* "Tell her," replied the obstinate! Jest D"H
    a month; later this need be done only "If I hud a complexion as muddy as

    once or twice a week. It the cheese great hers I'd be ready to make up too.- 'A You learn all about (
    mrtnedi fc
    should crack paste strips of cheesecloth Bts iliB fllifl cine Philadelphia Prp s. FISHING NETS and Netting of Every Def crlptlon D aI Its resources. prodm i itivation '. >
    or stout over the openings for prices, etc 'I
    paper Dealers In Seine Twine, MaItre Cord Rope, Etc. "
    woraeacures "air
    Henry E. Alvonl. Ills .'.r'. I Virginia Farmerfor
    ir of Wholesale Prices direct to the Fishermen.
    The Doctor-You regard society as Originators d months subs
    1'egularitvand merely a machine do you? What partof 7i>-$1-81; E. Indiana St. Chicago, 111. Farmer! Co., Kmpor a;, "
    COTTON CULTIVATION.It. driesdebilitating ..Mention The ADVOCATE In your letter...
    the do consider
    machinery you me.
    Object I* to Prraervo Proper drains. It healsinflammation for instance? We are Members of the Illinois- Fishermen's Association. "'TA.XTED-SEV.R\I,. I ri'y;

    Snrfar CemdHlaai of ... ...It.Wh11e (t and The Protl'llllOr-YOU are one of the Run* In. saga. eleven BtatatnbliKheil .v.... lnhl Tar! *} I
    no fixed rule of universal application 1 ulceration. and cranks.-Exchange.Ho capital u> m'l!I upon ni rmrcemifiil '
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    cures female weak and. prorttalilttatceniBnt. t

    followed In cotton, the culture conclusions can be derived givenor ness. It makes and weak sick 'ara.d Ills L.... IF[ YOU WANT A... ;rveltn expense". Weekly and calj, relu', i
    women strong ,
    I Friend-.bat'll the old ash weak "
    from the matter man? ref .nCleapl''' '"I
    study, experiment practice women welL lion ...ne"an"
    and experience of thirty years may -I winh to add my tnllmony Doesn't she return your love? THE NATIONAL,:3J4: l>ear'> ar
    4 y prove of service at least to the Inexperienced. I to hundred of ot b... .. la the Jilted One-That'll Just the trouble. ,
    v.lu.olin. Plaree'.medlda.s. She returned It and told me to give it Lot Uiverll'tra !
    .I The most serious obstacle to .Building When answerlnc
    wrllnMr*. Ida M DC Fad ofLaioa*. UubtwrdCo (2 i5
    success In cotton growing results from ., Minn -H.ft ductorcd; with a crest mmnr to some other girl.-Princeton! Tiger. .. these columns, ytll, 'rU&i t .
    p"lcianll-eooa. .pc ult Ui: h._ twin lean 11310 ,
    long continued drought during the la.1..l for trratment. My cass .... beau Favor by saying. yon :, rEAIT d
    .. and karw One man makes a fortune io eight : COAST ADVCXAIrou "r ;
    growing/ season. Assuming that the soil regarded hopeless one they n(4 ,"eOCn/
    what tb..IrouM wac Heart wa* b U Motaarhall that become bankrupt In England. or a lot with a BUILDING READY FOR OCCUPANCY: will receive better v
    4 4dt bus been deeply and thoroughly prepared out of order; iirtd out ..*.roe palna ia all ,
    before planting and that an parta ut the body *inkin( ".rlta sad acarly LAND FOR AX ORANGE GROVE the; advertisers.
    very ailment a woman I tookmany Italsctl From the Dead
    abundant supply of humus Is present a botll af patal _"'Wi".' nUbaula PINEAPPLE PLANTATION or TRUCK GARDEM, of :
    the constant aim of the cultivator t. 1 began taking. Dr. Ptmw'a Favorite n.. C. W. Land!.. "Porter" for the Oriental OVER FIVE THOtAton's : u
    arrlptloo. and tea month allrrward I gars Hotel, Chantlte.Xan", says: "I know We probably have for sale Just what you are seek log. Rapid Calk!* '*,*}' :'
    f:1 should be to the surface .
    : preserve proper birth to a Un-poand ..". AH *''.nnaM Ada' what it theoi
    'condition of the soil among the MUd at fed ti t M rr fOt IMP s .AiM.oik was to suiter with neuralgia, Settlers are flocking in but still there Is room. If you art by boat owners In each. .c CbI
    tile baby sea myarlf ware avrwir\.and I deed I dId, and I got* bot.tleof Ballord's Price $4.00 and $S.OO '1LOR
    plants. got alone splendidly'-ckaaki. la year ae< CUlc.' Snow Liniment and I was 'raised fromthe looking this way drop a line to VOOATK office Tltuavt .
    The most Important lesson for us to dead.' I tried to but
    11 The Common Sense Medical Adviser, get some more,
    learn is that the destruction of weeds lco3 Urge pages, in paper covers, ill seat before I had 'deposed' of my bottle I JAS. E. INGRAHAM SrdVice.pfe-ldent, KIND: ; :
    and gross. 1m not the sole object of cul- ire on receipt of ai oa ..ftat sumps to was cured entirely. I am tellln'de truth ALL .ADVt.&YS odd
    tivation. This Is a mere Incident to a Icy expense of mailing only. A4arM too," 2.V, GOo and fl.OO at B. R. WlUonA ILORIDA EAST COAST R'T, remember the send UI a .

    :,1 Lro/rfCt system tPoPer.11 lq.tqod! and, \te.R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.. .. SOD, Tltuiville Florida. ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. do work.not fail We to will please coo'I f

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    rofel3l3ional _Cards.EO. NOTlCi: TO COXTUACTOnS. l\11\.Mt'r'H Snlo. A BERTH JACK SHIRKS. THE AGILE OSPREY.A I Thousands Have Kidney Trouble.

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    and Don't Know It.HowlFo
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    AND BV VIRTUK: OF A DKCRKR: NOT SenIle Ships Are Said to B. thai Bird nth of ,
    ROBBINS, Working Public Kim.U. Krovkril llnnsrry M Tragedy aTrout -. -- I .
    UNDER .
    M. County; ...., ... anti aale entered In the fir- Worst Afloat. Nlr ani.A rind Oat. .

    AND COUNSELOR SEALED R.JIIDS Walker! WILT Chairman UK RKCKIVED of the Hoard BY 01 In cult s cauaa Court. therein for Hrevard depending Cimntv wfiervlu In Chancery Ooo.. The worm cliMe In the WRY of a ship! bIg bl'IWI ami white lilrd ouino I Fill a bottla or common glass with your '4. j .

    kflouNET C.iity O >'n"llH", "llernr ""."vur.1 Ciiiintv 11'. Pnddiaon, la complainant, and Hour Ri Olmatead Into whlcli .luck ion KO Is n Nova Scotlun. time trout stivuin.( bill long water and let It Hand twenty-four hours;
    J
    Ar.LAv. nntt Monday Snutemlwr Ttli, Jims at for the t'. H. Ittlll'raCu..p.n. (1. Olmataad A certain =Nova,, Wcotlrt Inllllg11 sediment settling
    Boon ship ciuut or -
    .lumen. Thotna fur out to tight ami
    the following road work the Hoard. Mra.James l'.Tlions and ICdtth wlill ttr.tbt'll
    in State and United State the right to reject any and nil hlda: rwwrvinir Thoma are defandanta. I will sell at public auction Into port nl S.intoH 0111' day with crew lie flew slowly, fur hewiis lookIng -'Q; Indicates art
    practice at tile Court House door In Tltuftvllle onTHK little ,. unhealthy condition ti:
    Court. COMIHSHIONKR'8: DISTRICT\ NO. I.eo"I'IIAM that was short of mutliioun owing for sOII.thlng"olt.thlll that he I u
    .3 No. : TTH DAY OF BEPTKMnKR, A.. D-, 1908 to tlu fact that thw rnptnln, WHS too wanted uuu-li. He hU of the kid
    t. very
    FI.A. Wil ll.ll\ If It stains
    Office at TiTUSTiLLic Road from Titusvllle to south iMiundard line .rf during the hours from II a, m.to 2 o'clock p. m, sparing of tlu ratloim 'lh<' ship hnd a I family marketing. tn top .. neys; ,
    .dlatrlnt to he cleared to the highest and beat bidder for cash, the following Ill tlt' I your linen It U I
    off
    and
    ) and.weedn' three time a Trend Road from to be hronh diiai-rlbed lands, or ao much thereof aa bad mini"' niuoiijr saiioni' Ht the best biff pile tree 1 mile away wife wan evidence of kidney .
    year.
    L. OAULDEN, lit Hrat-clH oomlltloii. kept will lie iiereaaary t.. realm the mini of tl.HAOM) and am XCKHI as Kin \\iit iincliortHl" the sitting on a next full of 'HKM., nnd It trouble : too
    with 8 per oant, IlIte..A't..a July 18, lieu, and I. I
    COSTHACT Xo. 2. costs of nuid clot, to-wlt : I entire crow i-U-arctl ovit. For three was both his duty amid his pleasure to ,. frequent desire to

    ATTOR EY.AT.LAW, KraiilnK hiiratmli-the' road from the llmltnof "('ommeiirlng at the POint of rocks at the weeks after slie!' luul fetl and Rot fliul a ) for her. Suddenly I he .i. ._..4J. pas It or pain In .,
    the Town of Tituill to La' mnlC8 church and north aide of the mouth;of Riot 4allie Creekwhera : 1\1'1 -- -- ---- the back Is also
    her stile there with
    new Iny
    all tbe Courts ot the State from LKOranite. olmrvli to M..IIN. in far .a.. the It empties Into this Indian River and rnnnlmr cargo no topped short lit* timid caught sight of that the
    convincing proof
    I li' Court. sboll IH. ."......1. Old ruts In the marled or sliell- thence northerly I along' the' water's. edira of crew to take bt'( to sen. At last the thing foi' ho was earchliiK kidneys and blad.derareoutof
    HdTan.1
    tbe U"lte,18tate. ed parts and, the track formed by horses. tram|>. the Indian. River a dfetanuo of two hundred I suit captain wont to of the crimps tie whiI order.
    some onshore
    TITUBYIIJ.B. FLA. ". inif to he tilled up and kept In RINK! order aa often nint.iv-five((2UA\)feet;hours run Aouth Hi degraeaWent a )'. "shadowy) shape; with nil out. What to Do.
    ,180.:135: ae n..d8 to a live oak tree, which In INHft was. (..ii( and told them to round up n crew line like that of n submarine torpedoboat There Is comfort In the knowledge so
    inches In diameter and hacked with three
    hacks
    Contract No. 3. and continue on the maine course to the water'aedgeottjiu under any pretext. The crimps sent lying moveless In the clear water. : often expressed that Dr. t

    J. \\VEBB, Public road. from Minis, to Six Mile creek to be 1 : Hallle Cnwk; thence southeasterlymeuudering men around the docks offering big. For Just an Instant' he neeiued to hang Root,the great kidney Klmer's Sw.mp t.
    kept
    TTonNEY.A T.J.A W Ilibllo:; :np "aa:road a third from alas. six road.Mile crack to Vnhmla I ;point of rorka the used water'a as the edge place I of the of creek beginning to the; wages to till)' of the loungers who poised In th air, but It wat only long wish In curing rheumatism, pain ever

    A county. line (via Cabbage l ; Slough). the old Enterrl togothqr with all aiihniericeu land and riparian would go nliourd the vessel to rig enough to change the direction of lilu back. klnys.lver. bladder and every part '

    practice In the Courts of the 7th |> e road to be kept up a* a fourth-olaaa' mad. rluhta; adliu'ontto the slintiL Hulil tract of Und Home new sails. Some twenty men motion then down ho went with of tho urinary : It corrects In.bltr
    ,ill for non-residents Contract No. 4. being altmtted partly in Lot One(I) (or the N 11/: ; I to hold water and In I
    Taxes paid of the : and were quickly picked up. ninny of them scalding pain passing .
    lilt. Fnblio road from Defeito Nh't partly in Uit Two (2)(or the rush a mid swoop.
    and accounts collected. Orove to Hanlnver HKV of the .Sbv: ;) of Section 21. Townahip :27 8.. I It. or bad effects following use of liquor,
    (rents Canal and Voluxla. county Hue to. be kept .asa In their shirt sleeves Iltl were taken Tb brook) trout Raw him and
    thlrd-olaiM, road. up Kanice H7 K-, and being: known sa Lot No. I., oflloin romlnl wind-or beer, and overcomes that unpleasant
    fl'UK!!. FLORIDA.. .t Contract No. 5. aa tdmwn on the tbe roof made It H.llurchllnl go
    map by revolvers and rifle by the officers ,
    --- ruhlla road from the mouth ot Alligator creek February:" l 12th. 161 I ii2 (tluiu County Mnrvovor With n mighty splash the osprey during the day and to get up many times .
    * ;: PENNEY, ti.> lute hummock .In Hoi-1 Ion 21, 'fOWII.hll.218* ), ,anil. recNirdeil in Dwd HiHik "Q" at puge and the anchor was weighed and the struck! the .trt'lll and wont clear under during the night. The mild and the extraordinary

    Range 36 U. aa a fourth claoa mad.Contract 553, of Itrevard. County reoonla.AIBO Nova Scotia ship! stood! out to sen. her an lots Hcvmi ( and Eleven: II wnt't ,
    (7)) Eight ((8)) ( ),
    A1"I'OltNEY.AT.LAW, No 6. of Kttctlon lit Township 3J Koiitli Runn. 441.' Kant: unwilling crew leaving families behind boiled anil surged over him. lIe could realized. It stands the highest for Its won
    To holld one inllo) of hard rust. from the Town. containing 121.Hit "ai'r<*H, mora or lena, ami. aitmt- without even a chance to let them commotion derful cures of the most distressing! casns. I
    not KOIfor the htm.
    FLORIDA. i Blilp line of Tltimvl! on the road. leading. ..>uth ted nn the east chile of the Indian River near the I hOlt If need medicine
    a
    JVILI.IC.!: (the Klver Road). Material to bo unvil.: Cixiulna smith end of the Narrows." know whnt hnd happened. The neat but bU nlin hilt 1"1 true, nud his out.IItrt'tt.I you you should have the j

    In all the courts of the 7tU rock; to be haulud on the road ...re..1. properly. : FREDERICK, : A. MOROAN port was Sydney, and the next Yokohama feet touched a best. Sold by druggists In 5O.sndl. sizes.
    practice tamped, and rounded, olf a\\'n feet wide on each. Siioi-iul later Ilpll'ry.siliY. You may have a of this I $
    Judicial! Circuit.A. Hide of the center of the 1'0..1.COlltra"t UKII. M. IWIIIII"ttorn,,)' for rialntltt. 4aepAppHoatlon then Sun FranclHco then Valparaiso wrhc.ln. body)' that WIIH Just wonderful "

    No. T. then Lisbon nnd for those men bexliinliiK ) gather I lieadway. and a book that discovery tells

    horace Filling. In the rut and ,the track formed by for Tux Deed. who stayed with the ship It was Just ( llkl' than 1 wink his toes cloned moPs about It, both senttVtfmKt(
    FROST tramping, wltli good marl rounded oil no
    the water will not, Htund' la tho road; from railroad two and n half years until she went to abult and Ills sharp talons sunk; absolutely free by mal. k

    crossing at Kowiuun'a, to the end of shell Grande du Sul, tho nearest port honie. Huili. he address Dr. I
    Into the trout's
    W dep tt.ime of s
    .\TTOnXEY-A T-LA road at 11111".. Under. Sue 8, of Chnp 4XMM, Laws of FlaNOT1CK ) 'h1 up & ..pl. 1
    !Many of them however, hud clearedout : ill lliO. out of I the like Co., Binghamton. N. When 't4
    IS IIKKKIIY: : OIVKN THAT THE .I"'IUI
    practice In all the Courts .of the 7tli COMMISSIONER'S DISTRICT NO. :a. .. River l.l.-.nufacturliig i'ompAny, a and gone home In other ship long Home tubl'.1 rl.lll luoiiHtcr of old and nlink- tion reading this generous offer In this paper. '

    Judicial Circuit. Contract No. I. corporation* under the laws of New 'or..y, before thu t. -rtrouifhton Brandenburg
    Keeping up puMlo road, from north hoiindnry nnrchaaor of tax crrtlnratea N' <.... 4, U, 7, 218, 2I'I, Ing the water from" his feathers In I .
    ,Tf,vii,LK, FLORIDA.. of Comnuriiiloiier'i District No.2 to north hound iai) andfil. dated tile let day.. of .Jnlv A. U.l1111'1.' In Leslie's Monthly shower of Hying drops)' livery thread
    ary of Coooittown. I limits. Thin I, mail, to he work has tiled said rtlncatas., in my. oltlne, of muMi'lt In hit wlll breast -.:-
    , ed twice a year, 14 root wide.Contract made. .application. for tax deed to lamie III accord.uuiee AI.1 WI. -
    A. MORGAN with law.. haiti certifIcates embrace. the Cicero and Ilia DEB4.r. working with Its might to lift that I?
    IlKDEKICK No. 2. Jl
    { tollowlngdeHcrlbetl. proiertyaftmit4id In Hrflvardcountv History abounds. with example of
    KoRplngr np public road from Month Imnndury Florida. to-u It: All Sunn I Orunt In see IIIM existed\ between father heavy trout. I'p went tin; blrd'l great
    0' town Ii huts or Cocoa to Itoimviinture, thin 42. .... the love that till above
    AbHtrncts of Title.) This townnhlp m .th. range 34 cant. All pinion I I they were Htmtuht
    , roail to 1 lie worked twice a year 14 tool wide wigiil Oront In Hoctlon u towimhlp'20 aouth. of and dniiffhter which proved superior him I down t they ( ... lashing I the Dragging $ '
    ,\1\ ESTATE AND INSURANCE Contract No. 3. range; :311 eaur.. All ricirul" : Orant III .suction, HI. to tho cliunKes of time and fortune ; tl" .111.
    townahlp "I south, range 34 "',..,. All Mogul air like whips' t'p again and down, up Pin :
    KeopliiK: piihllc road, from K :
    Public.I'ypewiltlug ; Ill M. Wlmlev'a Orant III .auction ::04, 20 "south, J4want. defylntc even death Itself and en
    l.onns Notary plure. to Hoiith Ixiiiiirinry." .. of ioiii,"issiiier's, I UKtrht All .towiiHhtp. range and down up and down, harder andf.ttltltM
    Hegul No. il. on Merritfx Inland. Thla road to lie 20 Kouth 34 All towiiHhip III bring Into the record. of humanity. Iktlll .,...ll.. ......1. .MMI.i llV .llltl.1.. nuo" ur.i.._ g.
    dIoflR Stenography, worked, malign "".t. ttugul: Urant set"- .." I. .. UtrrMtrr .|
    twice a 0 fret Whit. "o f
    year !
    tlonW, t"wlI..IIII.241. soOth, riingeA.: % "....t. All Imperishable and Immortal. he and lilu roue the CIIICAUO ; Oct., .
    TITUS VILI.K, FLA. COMMISSIONER'S DISTRICT NO. S. M-gnl. Orant In. section. 41, Towimblp. I/O "'lIIth. instances V\tl 'I'UI "tr11 J1. '
    One of the most beautiful 'T
    .. I till at hint were clear of the treetop and
    range| 81 u t. The aaiil huida being a""N..od l at they I with falling oon-
    Contract No. I. the dace of the iMmiam-e, of such. certllicatea in wa the lo01 Cicero for Tullia. She *. then straight to the nest Ilulll the womb severe 4. i'
    Vulillo> roiul. from mirth boundary.! I Hue of Die. the mime, nf Win. M 1I"lIall1..10.. ... -nald. unr.titlDHtea IWIY I"tou ( wit
    KKO-T. WADE II. J01UI4.: trlot ;\1..3 to Eau Hall I... .New road to he gnu ahnll ho redeemed. according to law tux. was a woman of high attainments ansi In the old pine, wl.rl the wife wait. through the I lul- 4 .

    !; A JCN'E8L lied U: root wide, clear ur all roots, oio.; all ciii.verts .. lined, will leslie thereon on the Hint day of 8ep- exalted", diameter with qualities 01: waiting I to make both welcome.W. .,-. ft'rlo terribly at the time of men- it
    F'W1' and hridicea, except, the Horne cri-ek bridge; t ton lien A. D. I'KUWltniiia mind flttet tll had, blinding headaohea .
    heart and Ihllt'll't'llllnrly trimtloi\t
    to""bo l>. Hulbcrt In .
    Included contract" mv ottlolul alguatiire I and aeal. this the 1.10'1 Monthly. brain. I
    of lilooil, to the
    Contract No. 2. 2llth ilav of August, A. I>. lunj.or ; her to be her father' Intimate com and nmluna
    \ ESTATE:: AND INSURANCE, | Itoad from KnuUallle to 1'.r lmIll0l.1IJllnnd on I Clunk Circuit Court of Hrrvard countyFla., paiilon. that I had. tried and .r J,
    ',onus and C ,llections.TITIRVII.I.K the Ht.Joim'a/ River, to he kept In itnml order fOI Hy O A. Stewart I). U. After her death he could find neither Ilurmn of I'uMlrlty.Mrs. al
    one year, hrldgea and nulverta inclmloil. Nugguss-What an odd. Interesting failt. but I had never Win .
    consolation for her loss nor distraction> '
    FLOIIJI' that blessed remeily, fo *
    Contract No. 3, of furniture! It looks like
    haul. from. GauOallle to Melbourne to ha kept; Application for Tux l)oo I':" In good order for one year. matters of political and personal Interest an ant'le. a or a to tuke and s
    \\'OIIIK\\ : R. II. SJC\ IOUII. Contract No, 4. Under Moo. 8, of Chap 4H1id. laws of Florida. even the sympathy of nlll1" bookcase.? the right mmlminn. New blood '

    rORI.Y & 8 \ "SJIluail. from !Melbourne tn North Indian Fieldto I TO'FICE: W HK.HKHV: lIVEN: THAT W. H. and Craar could not dispel the melancholy Mrs. Hortm (wife of struggling author RpomtHi to course through my veins 4
    \ Y1\lO.UH. ha put and kept In condition' an a third-cliwa. I I.L:' Taylor: piirohaaor Tax Certllloatea Noa. )-,Neither. It's my husband's and after using eleven bottles I I ,
    r..d.. for one 1, If and' Ifld duted. the lat day of July A 1.). that settled down upon his soul '
    ATTORNEYS.ATLAW.geuural year.Contract No. B, 111)1) hiss. tiled a..i'l. certificates* In my ofllcn, and and forced him for a time Into retire writing d..lk. He calls It his bureauof WM a well woman. i I :

    { practice In State and Fed. Roiul from :Melhniirue to Malabar to he kept. accordance ham made:\ application with;. \law: Said for 1 tax certlllitatea:difeu: to emhraca laaue: In ment. lie wrote of her In these touch pulhlcity.-Chicngo-----Tribune.. GMA4Mr.
    !
    CourtM.I Special attention given up .aa a Iliat-olaaa. road. the following duacrlbed property. altuate l In lire log words: "A daughter 1 bad In whose v ,
    YOU KNOW WHAT VOU ARE: TAKING
    Contract No. 8. yard count*, Florida, to wltt All Peter Fonrhard ,
    to admiralty practice. Road. from Malabar. to 8alia. ..tlan River 1% Grant ill Section ail, Townahlp 2(1 South olKmigea sweet conversation I could drop all my When take Grove's TiMtelons Chill '

    ELL BlILDINU, MIAMI, Fl.A. nillea to lie Krublwd, remainder to b. kept In 34 II.ut\ll; East. ) All L. Crayon Orant InHectTon cares and troubles. Hut now everything Tonic you because the formula Is .. Bu.h U now In perfect
    411, Townahlp'2U Sn.itli, of Range 3ft Kaat i plainly
    otmdltlon flmt-claaa
    . I- clIl"erllllllIo..I..I.good aa a road bridges and Lot 0. In Section' II, In Townahlp 3J South, of Is changed." "It Is nil over withme. printed on every bottle showing that It Is health M.au. she took Win ofCardui fl

    ( KPIIEN: E. FOSTER, Contract No. 7.Ruad the Range date 4U nf Kaat..the iaauance The aaid of land",wit,l being certiHoata, aaaeaaml In the at Attlctis. I feel It more than evernow Imgly Iron and Quinine In a taatelolllfo.'m. for m.n.tra disorders, .

    from Roaelantl. to south line of District name of Unknown. Unlesa aald certlllrateahal.he thnt I hare lost the only being/ No cure, No pay., AOots. bearing down pain ad blinding
    AT''OfEAT.LAW\ : N... 3, to he kept I In guod uoiidltlnu bridges and redeemed. 1 according to law tax deed. will lan who still tK.viul me to life." E
    " ', oulverta Included l. aa a nrat,claia road. .. .thcrwin on the 14th day ofHepteinlwr, A, I).. An Kxolemlve' ISIf Te>tor. headaches when all other remei. I :

    Oyal-Upchurch Building, Jax. Contract No. 11(03.n( itnena my otuolal alguntiiro and aeal this the There Is perhaps no elevator In the failml t bring her rl.f Any.

    Road from Selim-tUn to Hull's llaminnck to be 14th .1...v of AugiiHt A. 1>., IWM.r. Croup. taking ffr
    lAI'KSOXVIL.t.K" : Fl.A. thlrd-ohma, world more exclusive: than that provided sufferer may secure' h.alth
    kept aa a ruad.
    np [<- <-r MKAL.) A. A. HPICWARr, of .
    with the
    Contract No. n.Road Clerk Circuit Conrtof Hrevard county, FluKy Usually begins symptoms : at the capitol for the supremo court Win of Cardui In her home. 'l

    8 DbK.VIIAM from Orchid to aouth Hue of Dlxtrlct No. O. A. Stewart, 3) C> a common cold; there I Is clilllnoits snooz of the United States. That elevator The first convinces the j .
    : I) patient
    M. hot
    skin pulse b..ttl
    n' lag sore throat quick
    3. All low phutea. to be thrown up. i 'ulverta tolie I '
    be used
    hoarscnoHS. and can by exactly t.1t\'l'n t'opil. she is on the road j .
    made III all the low plarea, and road to bo linpedud inspiration t hl&1,1.I
    kept up aa a aeooud-e4aaa' road Notice to Non-lteMideut.l live frequent small doses of Hallard'i. and! no one else would for I moment r
    I'RGEON
    and SPECIALIST, Contract No. 10. [Unreliouud H,rui.| (the child will cl'y for cYinsliler entering It except as tile guest For advice In conn requiring '

    K.ir. None and Tin-out. I IrAI. Hoad on Merritt'a Iitiand. Coiiiinotiftlng: At the IN COUNTY RC'I'I'f: ,court'r FLORID:( ANU FOR HaRVARD It) and at the lust sign of a croupy of ono of tIleslevelm privileged gentle pocial directions: xMrons, giving

    1 REACH; FI.OKIDA. north 8 Hue inlloa of to 3rd be district kept. up and aa running a auiiimdclasiiroAil. aouthitbuut IV CHANCERY. cough, apply frequently Unllitrd's, Snow; men. The' fnrtuiiute ,'1"\1 are the, nine mlls.uTbl' Liwlnni'*All,111 f t
    Morris V..lla.IR. IVH l.lnlmont externally to the throat. tOo Iippartment ,
    of the United States
    supreme I
    i{ Hill for Divorce.lertrulo JIIII1 Trnn.
    Chattanooga,
    . Contract No. II.Hpeclltoatlona ( '. E.: DaVI*. ) at H. K. Wllsun A. Hun Tltusvllle Fla.Th ('Oll.t. clerk and the marshal of tl.. MtNliclne/Co.,

    ::. HOroiITOVSTIo) for a bridgeaoroM" Turkey ere..kliMtwnnu To Oertrude E. Davis; residence. unknown:l ( The elevator from :
    .. Mrnaly. 1'olnt and me new publlo road.Itrldtta V Oil are herllhy notiliul,," reiiutred. to appear. Tril al a Jfvrrl.Fanny 'lrt. 10' ;I
    ; to :he: 3M1 feet long anil 'at least' three co the bill of complaint herein. tiled, agalnnt yon Kemble when In I the I.Tnht'iIStates ground floor of the capitol to the main WINEICADII ,
    \ ( DENTAL APARTMENTS feet" between tile lower side of atrlngera, and In the above entitled. cause on or betora the 7tnlav floor, on which Is lorn ted the supremecourt
    average water. hvelm .creek the last. twenty feet < of Heptember, A. I). lim' .I. yenri' ago wn. persei-uted* thuatteotloim 'ii1
    on the "Deutos" un euoh end gently' aluplng. down to meet ap. tile EAir. COAST ADVOCATK, a newapapar. pubaheil of a wealthy lunatic. When of, the United Htntes. It I Is a
    .iiruacbnenta.' In aald Oounty. la hereby demgnatad. aa small ."'\'ltor. so with Its conductor
    Piling to he nf solid. Mithtwond not leaa than the newapiiwr, In which, thla. order ahall be publahed finally rejected by her he Hume a packas tlat. of
    Now AT DAYTONA :9 i inches, .diameter aolttlly driven In the bottom onoa each' week for four couaauutlvs, the table exclalml,,". "Well three portly justices
    uf the creak either by pile-driver. or other satistiu'tory weeks. upon of tile of the
    h .: Two each bent cronabraradby thUP! and illmippeareU.. "l..m. &lir Unlt
    to Wltnew my hand and the aaal of aald Court at least take would nit It. It Is
    M[ MASO : plui-Ha: 3xA luchtM smmrnly faacened tn the this roth ibty of July. A. I).. iwi-'i. proved to ct>utnln n very Itatf on.
    >, The iiurrel
    pile. Whatever the dlatanoa I between firm bottom A. A. StE:WAII'F, l tMt designs of electric elevators
    In the creek and the top of the pile exoeeda (Ct. Ct. Baal.) Clerk Circuit' Court, beautiful Jewel. The aetres was not VPr la finished In magnificent style. For nearly
    7 r.et, three pllea to each bent la required I : andwhere liy O. A. Stewart D. C. iwrmltted to retain It. She siW ant .
    DENTAL-SURGEON, the distanceexoneda 10) feet two additional long Washington Star.He"tred. half
    aldn bracea. ono rn earh. aide, of same else .aa -- -- s no more of her persecutor but did not a century

    the .bearing |lilies are required aet at bottom Kxecutor'H': Notice. under seime of obligation' Ih"I
    remain any
    'FOitI Fr.oIIID\ feet fniiu the upright and fattened to the aame by 'Worm
    at the top| with drift holta. Henta 10 feet apartCOMMISSIONER'S to bl III. The gem was stolen) from her
    \ f- tho United Htntes. Children often cry, not from I'lin. but
    before she quitted
    NO.
    : 1MSTRICT 4.
    E, Bl IS hEREBY UIVK'fHAT: TIlE from hunger, although fed abundantly., JerryS
    rK
    Contract No. I. NOTICE ( baa bran autiulnted/ and baaipinhned Hhe forgot all about It In the course of ;Tbe entire trouble arlsos from Inanition, !
    In repair, the public road from north as Executor of the Lam Will andTentuiifnt the that followed. A very longtime & J
    l-nntiilary Keeping' line ..r 4tb ('(iiunilialoner'a District to of Thoinaa. 1'. Thom... ...., daoaaaad I. years I their food Is not assimilated, but devoured ,
    A
    [ton Biidd' Building, Main Ht., the Bon til boundary, IIlIe.Cuntraf't. late uf Hrevard. 1'ounty. Florida. afterward she was In Italy. I by worms. A few doses of White's I ,
    -(hubs. la to- notify all creditors, legatees and dlarilmteua the contents of bill uC ..I.y...8"1 f
    <
    Irkllnnvl\l"\ Roums IS 10 I 17. N... 2. peddler displayed I Cream Vermifuge will cause them t 1
    ,, nlalmsorde.inamla .
    and all I having .
    persons ,
    .
    K..lining" In revalr the puhllo road from the aualnat ,aald estate, to ,prevent them, duly I : puck before her at Horreiito. There lily .pease crying anti begin to thrive at ._4maJ.' 9uuIp4Uilrs.toelLspptiusui.,. .. I ,'

    DENTIST.nnml lliinta of the Town of fort fierce to Yort Uriiin erlned I to the underalgned: within: two years or the long lost Jewel. Through whose 'very much 1 tlio surprise and joy of the r ra.t(, : ,

    Contract No, 3. the alma will IMI bariadaccnrdtiig lo law.Datad nothing I mother. c at II. It. Wilson A Son. Kfl
    .1 Bil.lge' Work Fort Pierce, Florida July I.I, a. D. 1IKXI: band It bad passed there was : j
    In from Fort Pierretowuirls .
    Kcpiilnir repair I'ubllo..d I
    .
    l DWARI> .f I'lTTS.Exeout --- -
    White. City, aa far aa ninth iHiiiinl.iry of to show. ..p.reOlioas.
    rorcef.kiu Inlays ..r of the Lest Will and Testament _ _
    4tli C'otnuilaalonrr'a dlatrlct.Omtraot .ThomaS.... P. Thoinimon doo.... If two persons raise their glussea totheir :
    UiRh-cLms
    Plate Work. No. 4. C. T. Sli-CABTV, Attorney; for Executor, 4aen fe>PP.".l.< Drnna. Indicating _

    K..I| lnK In repair. the pnlillo road, from (Juay. -- -- To make peppermint drop take a I lips simultaneously they are relative The Largest and Most Com- _

    PPllcntiun to furt Drum.COMMISSIONER'S" Notice. cupful of sugar crushed tine end Just the return of a friend or Establishment South. JW ((

    for Tax Deed. : DISTRICT! NO. 8. moistened with boiling water; then boll I Iflu's from foreign parts. 7t1e same Intimation |Inlete

    Contract No. I.Blue take from the lire and Is conveyed by bubbles In !tiI
    fl.lc, *' >f [ CONCERNED: T\KE NOTICE THAT minute; coffee the accidental fall of apiece GEO S. HACKER & SON
    Ch&I..4 Laws of (0'1" condition for 4.L I or by _
    In Hrat-rlaaa one slr.e of
    I' !net: I* to keep 11..11t tnontha altar data. I will... Sheriff and add crenm of tartar the a pea; ,
    HKIIEIIY: GIVEN THAT W. B. the river front road, commencing at dlatrlct of on the floor. t
    T4k.' year .....11I010 Admlulatratorof the eatata of H. add half teaspoonful' of I soap "
    a
    |*iir'Iia.orf" Tax Certttti-atea N"" line on north lioiiniiiiry. and running onrl C. Uooiii. ......_1. late of llravard County: mix well and A In the tire or an ,
    .:;'\ ; s' 78.7I HO, 81. Kl. 114 IJft. 140), ,er front south to rounty line. Road tn bewurked Florida, preaant uiy llnal aoconnta a* anoh admlnlatratiir. essence of peppermint; beat briskly[ lckprhlJ tame ,
    I. ffl". 14t5t' t the Hr"* ilay' of July, A. I).. III feet wi.I.. Road la to lie. worked at to the Honoralda A. t>, Penney, whitens then drop quickly I upright eJr.I. ( In a burning
    al.'
    ita tj1 ".rtl"' "a.tes In my ..ihlceanderUHo leant three tlmea during onevearttework; to be and for until mixture the
    of aald
    i' County Judge County pray tuyluai candle Is as predicting
    :
    j :
    "1 "WIU "lion'.. ror t&x .h"d to fsio In &c. done at auch tliuea' that 1 will keep the road In dlacharge from inch admlnlatmtlon I upon white puper; have cream of Interr..t",1
    1)WIn,' KI.III <: tes embraoeP good order.. J I'. HKOWN of peppermint measured arrival of a guest whose stature Is
    "Iro'lIlt I..rlh..d 'l>..rtr .lto&t...t In Contract ,"0. 2. ..Sheriff, and ......m..lo Adumilnustrator tartar and essence fudged by the length of the flame or
    ) FIiria) to>-wit: fc!:"4 and E'4..of .... uf tald satata.Tltusvllla. while the sugar Is boiling; If It
    and brldirm good
    u..r.3..rnwn.hIp7,4Ith. 11.10, to keep the toad .
    ';; W'"f8W i ItaiiKe an P..; j.air fur one )''-''1'. f mm White City to int' raMi- Fla..July :Jlat 1M<3. t-dec3l sugars l before It I I" all dropped add a sern("
    .: %- .lIectl"l1a.Town.hlpn."CO front road, on west bank of Indian If one drains! a glass of the content
    ac
    \ 1 :"Nttk1orSW\; \ NK!:!< LVi thin with river little water and boll a minute or two.Wlntergreen
    i Ian't ,n,1 8K'r- 8..'* "n4. Township. U7n. ICiver, dlatance 2'. nillea.Contract Krlaf M...l... are made the same at which some one else bas partaken .
    c drop
    ..
    :..ot; LnU 2. ... ""clon O. Town No 8Bldatnkpop I will learn the of the latter.
    a,\.,! authority on nwest potato wornmen of secrets .
    An .
    b Itaiiire ;je Kaat : E'4!: .Section 9. road sail brlilicea In ood order way by using half a' teaspoonful
    \ nu'r.I.th.V Range :* il.t'YE'! ,; ; .. JI:X of frinn White City M dlatrlct line north instance U wh.n iwtflnK the plant to dip of wlntergreen.Barlr .
    SIV I< ,,' KK. Section 10)), To..n- worked. twice ilnring one essence Ya sterna..
    Soiil.,, IUnce3B 4 mum..; 1'.... to be them drat In biimU of olin or two tlogvii
    '! ( Eaat; W',. flactionin. lie done when moat ueedml to keep the truth" -- .
    work to "To '
    .. g., :, !jr"nlle l Kant. i $'" of "W% the year road in goml o..ler.COlltract. In a soft mnd b..tt..r. about as thick as Ilaylnsl.Why 1.1 you ', J

    41 "J, t"10,""Townahip.l : 8mth RangeUn No. 4 good thick rn>Ont and then set deeply.Turpentine should tbe farmer hesitate to "Hh..b.ll! 10n't try it. old mini i r .

    < b VTAr" : 8'Hertlon, of E': fl of.Lot Township section< aM \Hula to work the road l from Jensen to Birnca-| operators are said to l bP commence bin baying In ....8IR7 There I(leorge "('I"II""tol did that once: and MANUFACTURERS hI I _

    15' ItJOIIK" 3lfEaitj t.x .. S4 roa.1 tolieworketl twice In one year. at I look at him now-be'* d.. ..In.It.ur. !
    .' ., : >t o- blurT; the new "('tip and guter ued to be a proverb among farmer
    10 *>IItb. Ran will.keep. the road In good'orirr. eagerly adopting .
    r ICe lju.t; SR. cud ) tlmea sa New"
    tom.. ? Ih ant. I'IfocCI..u' ) I,Town-hip an) Ibawl to be w.rked 7 feet' wide, all 'M.CA to bereinovvd system"1 of turp'ntlnlnir. which that late cut bay "spent" better than I! Doors Sash BIind .
    .
    S u $w plaC of ftommln. and naahonta. to ...miad f distance alxmllea of
    iZL to the advantage of both operator early cut hay Tbl meant course, .
    works
    L 1ownAhll)|> jo Booth Ranjl8 '18 A Jtemarknble Iterord.
    SI"ty L: 1\4c-tIOft T. Towiwbtn 83 South and laO<.lowIIl'r. It I ta described In that the cattle ate less of the late cut Moulding & Building Material.
    .
    R.r I .. K F..t.Lot 3 Section H, TownshIp a3 1I 1--- bulletin 40 of the bureau of forestry.At hay and still managed to life. Nowadays Chamberlain's Cough Remedy bu a __ _

    .<* .* > if thm The iMnaace. ssld toads of inch hslnitssu certittt : .-I NuUce Son-U4ld..ut IefeidalltaN Audubon I'ark. LA.. repeated **:. tbe practical farmer who. keep r'emarktble record. It hal been In use Cffice .Warerooms. King, opposite 4 _
    '
    \1. ; ''I..r The Gleuon $roe. & (:..., that 25 cent stock for profit la- anxious to have his f'or over thirty years, during which time Cannon Htreet.Charlcston 55 ,
    .? : URE-: rrimonU have sbowo per million have been sold and
    ? tnn *< V-J- Kenney, Annie miCOJIT COfRT IV AND FOR naoy bottles
    .l Chalice Ch"- M- Downing TIlE always present In the noils stock eat all the feed that can be digested standard S. C. ,
    w Kj.n"te I County 1.1..lda. 01 moisture mod.. It .long been the and ___
    >
    ,. Bless laid eerttHoaeee rn Chaneery.o.ca..8tewa" turned to good account
    and best cropof and
    the largest" naSa reliance In the treatment of
    ""or.llnlC law tieed product croup I
    talt '
    ,
    I ej ,r m the Wih day l of !ePwmbel'n. ye }Bm toeet..T... J1toeoI. sugar cane.RUtAbISal. American Cultivator. _, __ I thousands of homes, yet during all Sash Weights Cord audf -,
    .
    ..". ci alT'3iar7 from bis time no ever been reported ,
    :: \ ra lal l should be planted .
    / Yearn
    o ilBnatare and semi this the F. Wlhler.of Alh..r>rMJhert'ooun- 21 a Dyspeptic. which It
    the manufacturers
    .t A. !>., lOOJ. halTS MAICTD.ler.n lafant.of to t t. according to ec. |In lale
    and Jane :20! 8n
    8111. A. A. liTE'"ART, ty.Geo.gla.state of loucb *rolfnatou Cultivator R. U. Foster, 318 8. 2d St., Salt Lake t<, effect a cure. When /hen.80 Hardware. ,
    (:UII ton
    I n onrt of Hrevard. county, Fia. I and: Neb of TOG are beb7 rlred &- tlon. advises the Georgia City, writes "1 have bee bothered t be child .the

    '- By O. A.Btawart, I>.C. appeaf to the Bill "f Complaint' flleJ bersiaanNI ,. generally from Aug. 1 to 10. The yellow with dyspepsia for 21 e 1 oopy bm. will preventbe Window and Fancy Glasr
    he Indigestion
    above endUed _'''II'''' or 0 I" I _
    ,Mia.iiSALVE the yon lab in day the of pWniber A. D. -. The dsb!d varieties are tits beet for year; tried many doCs without relief; t stuck. It Is pleasant to take, many Ji .

    fu'lAST. CAirr AovorATie U hereby ucalrnatad. rattle and DOK recently I gut a boUl Harblne. ODe a blklren like It.. It contain 1 opium A SPECIALTY. .

    ,",.t healing salve In the world.ley'S she newwP&per In which for four this consecutive order ahall be....pab-..... __ bottle cured m now tapering off o>,r other harmful substance may be -'- __

    licked nnca a week ban" and seal of said Coon Ih a :,.- We cannot guarantee to publish o the second. have recommended Itt g lyon confidently. to a baby a* t an ___

    Honey.nd; Tar the WItx.tb) day my of AogMtWoa.nWAKT items that do not reach this omc. before i my I la curing them too." a tdnlt. for sale by alt druggist and roellclne Foley's Honey and Tar ,

    I Colds. prevents pneumonia. (ct ct seal I) Clerk of wid Coart. noon on Thnndaj :at frea'IJD .Son, THusvlUe. d dealers. for cblldr ,...* No opiates. ____


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    f fn. EAST COAST AD/OCATE. SEPTEMBER 4, 1903. I,

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    I J .MES. PRITCHABD, President; WM. M. BROWN, vice.P --

    'kl; EAST COAST ADVOCATE ARE WE RIGHT? I to C. 8. SCHUTtBR, Cashier. W. 8. BBASVIMO, Asst < a hie:. r<*ld"1


    In less than twelve months from THE IDEALS OF INDIAN RIVER STATE BANECOUNTY
    .
    ..WBB&L" umsii. DBVOTBD TO 'Tea DBVIOPMBHT this date the people of Florida wll
    OF TUB' moiAK miTm, Wan nominate a Unite--
    called to
    be upon .
    pl't, WOBTH..D BHIOATMB HATIBOTIOKI.PVBUSHKb DEPOSITORY.
    States Senator to succeed Senator

    >h} ') EVERY FRIDAY. J. P. Taliaferro. The greatest car LIFE. capital $100'CO
    should be exercised that no mietakis .Authorized $40,01

    P>ABLK* K. WALTOX, Editor & Publish.! made in the selection, for the By RICHARD WATSON GILDER I a $150:

    olllce is the highest within the gif Poet and Utterateur A'
    r !+ Ditoontlnuance of mlvM. mint be made pel'- of the people of this State. No Q Transacts
    a General
    _ally at thU office or bjr witting.i' 0 Bankin
    only l in it the highest ofllce we can

    CHARM bestow, in point of honor and emoluments well assumed that the centuries .
    Check,etc.,may he made payable to E in America once nigh Business
    r JH. WALTok.publlnhnr. but It is the most important children the ,
    ,i.. of had reserved for us and for our
    interests
    I ajfectln'the
    I }+ ff: In writing to the AovorATK: for inform every as citizen. Public interests demand immemorial aim and desire of the good and wise. Largest and Oldest Bank on the UR!

    t. turn ot Hiy kind.thn. writer, envelope.will oblige l 1Iyen,10II' that we send the right man AND: TODAY WE SCARCELY DARE TO OPEN C o Exchange!!: bought and gold ''ID all], rote*
    a Umpnd-aililroRMtd Countries
    f. r Ing
    t Washington as our representative
    THE MORNING PAPERS. In one city govern-
    EAT COAdT ADv for a mistake in this mean 5 y Patronage. appreciated. Prompt. eervlpe .,
    O..IC1'-TIIII
    !,/ OATB BOSTON baa opened an office at 404 Atlantic ayeiiu', six years of unprofitable and aim ,nent after another and in state after state, even up f + i N.treatment,and rrative every banking favor confetant.ia granted; '

    t.... Boston, which will bo In charge of Mr.Claii!. less bickerings, and consequently, to the administration of' the general government scandal follows CORRKBFOXDENT9;

    J O.Walton. six years of stagnation to the pub morbid and disheartened at Beaboard : xLw;" York ,
    of Jacksonville "
    commonwealth. scandal, till one is in danger growing y ? + + National Hank of rla. '
    welfare of
    Ho our
    I I : Addren all oommnnloatloni to and P AItTNERSIIIP-.JVITII CRIME, so "
    .. The present incumbent, Jas. P the blackmail, bribery ..rITUSVILLE9 rat
    i r EAST COAST ADVOCATE I'LO.m, Taliaferro, has served us for one' often do our city governments exhibit, not honest men united in pub

    ''t rrlTl7a"ILLB term, and we can say, without tear lic service but dishonest men united in public plunder; so often do
    FUEL AND SUPPLY
    SOUTHERN
    -- of contradiction, that he has more THE COMPAtll
    into the senatorial chamber of the world'schief
    } C, {7. 8. Department of Ajjrlcultur than met the highest expectation) political candidates emerge

    } Weather Bureau-:Jupiter, Fla of every reasonable u an. Ills success republic bearing not the laurels of honorable victory, but the

    t : in the Senate has almost beer odor of notorious crime-crime of every kind that demoralizes citi- Wood, Coal, Coke, Brick, Lime, Cement,,

    The allowing u a comparative state t phenominal, and to enumerate the( would DESTROY the nation
    meat of temperature apd rainfall for the great measures he so ably aided zenship and, if UNCHECKED, *

    ,&I ,', ; week ending Tuesday, Sept. 1, 1903. And abetted in carrying out-measures Vitrified Paring and Sidewalk Brick
    1902 ,..,
    .T. -1003- : itself.And ,
    _ ; ; DAT*. MAX.. MIN. MAX. MIX, that meant so much to th the evil is not merely political and governmental. IT GOES

    211 81 711( HoJ! 77 people. of Florida-would be a useless DEEPER-often into methods of business and finance, sometimesinto Offices foot ot Hogan Street, Jacksonville, Florida. Telephone Xo.2 Se|
    ifs 27 02 77 88 74W repetition Every man who
    28 Ot 77t< > 74 reads the smallest county paper the relations between capital and labor, frequently into the relations J. MUNNERLYN, General Manager.

    H 1 di,, '. I + 29 80 03 Ort 77 W 88) 74 70 knows what those measures were between men, of affairs and the professional political .manipu --- _ h _

    k 31 04 70 8rth8 76 In I a few months we are to be confronted lack of scruple on the part
    lators. There is a pitiful, an unpatriotic,
    S tis 1, .. .1 \03 70 1 75 with the following propos E. C. JOHNSON .
    9 Total rainfall for the week: 0.35 ition : Either make Mr.\ Taliaferro of men who, while protecting property from the attacks of dema-

    1:,t s, 1 D.patturefrom week: minus 1.20 normal Inched.rainfall Departur for the his own successor or send some one gogues and adventurers in office, might be thought able themselves

    t 1 from normal rainfall since January 1 1 1i else to Washington in his stead. to resist the temptation of corrupt practices.The Groceries and Fresh Meats\
    i 1 i plus 1.03 IDohes.U.6.L The two opposing candidates are
    rr e
    .... A, P. HARDIN, ObserTer. untried men, so far as the office envy of WEALTH AND WORLDLY SUCCESS-what ;. of all kinds.
    .
    i -- -- --- --- --- -- they seek is concerned, and it seems la( more degrading But who can keep, in entering a well to do house-

    i HON Elihu Root, Secretary of; to be the height of folly to shelve in hold, from the unuttered queries: What has been the price of this Fruits and Vegetables in Season.

    War in President Roosevelt's cabinet the man who has been efllci weighed and abundance IIas anything other than intense industry and application Mall! Orders Receive Prompt Attention.
    the balance of public ncy
    '1 has resigned, and William 11.1 not found wanting, or to supplanthim unusual ability and opportunity, been paid for these possessions t aoaod e e e e rLB
    t the
    Taft Governor of Phtllipplneaha ,
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    with some other man who cntnei Has honor been surrendered Has tacit compliance with business
    his

    The* been change appointed will go as Into successor effect or Taliaferro's to us as an untried bitterest. problem.enemies Mr can,, or political crookedness been the price Is the possession of 'these Lumber and Building Material!&

    s 1st.JACKSONVILLE. of heroic moral conflict
    u. January not point to a single official act of goods guaranteed by a life which in days

    his and say : "There lies the dark basely abstains from all effort toward better things? Is this gorgeousrug
    Lime nod Cement, Nails and Builders'Hardware
    i 1 the Banb, Doors and Blinds, Brick
    will entertain
    d,, f" spot upon Mr.Taliaferro's senator. a'sign that the head of the house has got rich by bribing legislators MASURY'S HOUSE PAINTS F. W. BIRD & :M>:N'S-
    Florida State Troops next week Ilia record stands out
    is sal record. PAROID ROOFING AND SilBATHINO PAPERS.
    I '; The State Encampment commences clear and untrammeled book of ? Is that costly painting not merely a proof of aesthetic taste, but Orders filled promptly. Write u< for estimates.

    1 3'L. J next Monday, and fully 1.500 militiamen official integrity and ability known of moral callousness, in keeping silent while a partner or associate EAST COAST LUMBER AND SUPPLY COMPANY' ,
    will be present. Thecami and read of all men. To immolatehim General Office at Eau Gallle. Fla.
    f trustee made a corrupt deal Yards at KAtJ OALLIE, TITUSVILLE, ;FORT PIERCE and West Palm Deli!
    I has been named CampJennings.lnhonor the altar of public censure -
    upon all feel how the situation is in our land
    could make
    r '; of Florida's Governor. because he is a member of the I wish I grave ---

    Consolidated Grocery Company is today. Truly there is an emergency. & O'Hara

    AMERICAN locomotives In Russia,,, to be guilty of consolidated non. THERE MUST BE A REVIVAL OF CIVIC RIGHTEOUSNESS-A Hodges ,

    ((1 Americanbrldgee AfricaAmeri. sense. What do we "Crackers" care DEFINITE MOVEMENT-AND, DIRECTLY OR INDIRECTLY, EVERY ...Manufacturers and Dealeraln.| ...
    about his business and private acts
    ; can harvesting machinery In Asia ONE.. CAN BE OF VERY REAL ASSISTANCE.
    ; r Minor, American built ships crossing if he rewards us with brilliant, successful Rough CYPRESS AND YELLOW PINE LUMBER
    and profitable legislation?
    Dressed
    I the Pacific ocean controlling -
    ., commerical enterprises China, all The people of Florida are not the Orange Box Heads, Fruit and Vegetable Crates. Mouldings, Shingles,eto.
    Mills and office located at Buffalo Bluff. Fla. Write im fur prices deliveredto
    L. this because of our inherited Inde. dupes that one candidate would seem for Mr.Taliaferro's to. THE REMEDY FOR TRUSTS any part of the State. Address: Hedges & O'llara, Buffalo Bluff. Fit
    of mind ambition to place
    pendence our ___ _h --
    think Neither do we care whether
    ft get on. By Rev. R. J. CAMPBELL famous London Clergyman The Oldest KstahllRheil Oraln and 8.,111"".. 'n 'h...8ta'CTTm. t
    he injured Mr. Stockton's pocket
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    i 4e bas book when as in charged, movedrertnin America you feel the pressure and power of the great trusts

    I I ,'i ',h' r rI decided TilE no postotllce make the department experiment of The question banking we interests have to and Tampa.ever ( WN more than we in England, where the tendency is on the in. : A.. Sours:: : & Cc

    w' t employing haggagemen on trains will have before us is : Can we tlnd 1 crcaso. It i ia observable that power i is being placed in the

    dWq which are not provided with mail n more useful and capable man for hands of a comparatively FEW HIGH HEX: who, whether they GRAIN HAY AND GARDEN SEEDS,
    r clerks to take charge of and deliver the senatorial olllce than J. P. Tal ,
    mail. This decision use it for good or for evil, have the power to use. The greatest
    IQ open newspaper iaferro? The other candidates can and Fertilizer)
    i has been reached after much con. boast of what they will do, if elected problem is this gradual extinction of the small employer and the Flour, Grits, Meal

    eideration and in response to a petition while the present Incumbent can formation of giant companies, rings, combines and trusts. A cor- 8T LOVII!, M 112: East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA,

    pit { i filed publishers by many who leading asked the news.department point to his magnificent record-urn! poration has no soul-YOU NEVER MET WITH A CONSCIENCE Igts.; for Purina Feed. Warehouses on tracks of S. A. L. R'y. and Plant Sy'itenfl l
    ,I paper tell; us what he has done. IB it not
    to provide facilities for Infinitely the wiser and safer courseto IN A GREAT BODY WITHOUT AN INDIVID

    :t distributing open bundles of papers send him back for another term UALITY. The remedy has to be sought in applying through the
    '. the lines from trains which P. Rulilman c& Co.
    ( long than; to induct some untried person moral sense of the community the principles of Jesus Christ to the
    earry only closed pouches. Into the office for the mere ease of
    t a change: ? Surely the intelligence public and social life of tho nation. 261 Washington St. f NEW YORK.
    N. Y.
    93 Street. (
    6't + TUB Boston Herald protest most if the country will respond to this ---- --- ------ ------- -----------,--- Murray

    1, 4 strenuously against the veracity of question with a vehement "Yea !"

    { I .. a s tat men tot Senator Money to the Ag lnitia; conceded by every .

    f effect that last year In Massachuetti \ one that the East Coast is overwhelmingly THE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA.EX.CI.ITSIVKI.Y Florida PineapplesWe

    +' .' it 2,000) white women were mar. for Taliaferro Why

    tied to negroes. The Herald exclaim Is this? la it not because the char ( FOR MALKS.f

    .p%!' I that this assertion is "be. acter of the man is so well known Twentieth Year. Beginning Sept. 22, t 19O3.SKVKV SPOI.A.I."rY..

    t i smirching Masschusettg that It Is here, and knowing him that we wIsh 10 reprewu
    t In State, and
    an "arrant falsehood," and a "sheerinvention" have every confidence in his Intf'g.rlty !: FOVR.YKAR COI'RSIW' lIltural. Cb.mlatry.Clyll Engineering., MeetuwivaI We represent several of the largest shippers your
    ... ..
    r Engineering General $elenoe.I..aln acleneeCteealee. Two'ear .. In Established 3D Team.
    for political purposes. and ability? Any other than lIlecb..nlo. Ana. one years enure0 In Ilus nee IIr I4t11noltralhy and Ty..ewrltlnl/. A you also. Give us a trial shipment.
    This vehement Boston declares an atllrmative answer would not trAparatorl oonr.e of one or two intro,es r"'I'o", ,tor shoe.. d"alrlng .nch ",....a... -- --
    tri in paper nrt nnree of live weeks In Agrl""ILllre or Hnrtloultun. I'oetOraduat.eTh.
    i l that instead of 2,000 there only be ridiculous, but would be an : ere Clan nfT r ,I. ESTABLISHED!: 1870.
    .
    Th. ilnrniltnrlra are under the Immediate' rvl lon of In.Intctorewhomake
    np
    e were only fifty such marrlges last affront to the honor and sound every effort to Infuse Into the utiulentu npirlt whlrh leans. to high( n."ntal'moral and
    I'' in that state and "not one :common sense of the people of this phyalral ilevelopmttnt.. Fine Oyuiuasiiun. >(ltul..th.| unit oorrI'CU""Itn..tic.. requires
    --- ii year ..
    11 :1 of all undent Fine modern building and lint claai equipment.
    1.. SP among people of any social standing lection. Then we submit a proposition I I II M. Lane & Son

    'rt or influence," the white participants to the people of other sections TUITION FREE TO FLORIDA STUDENTS. NO FEES. ,
    being of foreign birth >It the State-a proposition we have I
    For Catalogue" ,addKM,
    not yet seen submitted, via : If Mr. 250 WASHINGTON STREET, NEW YORK.
    v'da 1'aliaferro is the overwhelming T.U. TALIAFERRO, C. E., Ph. D(| President, Lake City Flan .

    e \1 f: made Agreatmanyestimateshavebeen of the enormous expense Sir choice of those who know him best, U rJI: !! 1t0! a 001 S Southern Fruit and ProdiloCommiosiori

    Thomas Lipton U put to in competing should not the rest of the State aclulece __ _h __ ______ __ ____
    in our judgment and corjtally -
    for the America's cup, and of
    what it cost to defend it. A New support us in our efforts to The Best is Found the Cheapest. : :: :: IMtszcb.a.n:: : : : ts.
    nominate him for a second term?
    York the main cost is
    paper says If', he is for "home
    with the challenger Sir Thomas good enough FLORIDA PINEAPPLES OUR SPECIALTY.Stencils .
    Folks," is he not good enough for
    ;i 4 has already spent over 700000. else? Let not be deceived .
    us UNITED PINEAPPLE
    1 '? The new Shamrock cost $200,000 to anyone WRAPS Cards and our quotations furnished on .ppllcat oD.
    In.
    by ranting politicians, but :c--
    1 build, about $100,000 leas than the
    for the interests of
    vote
    lelllgently
    + Reliance. This difference .
    1i represents a
    in cost owing to the cheap. the: country, regardless of personal Ire the Best. Ask Neighbor.WE MotorHas

    i. er price of labor, builders and designers intlpathied Send the man or whom friendly we affiliations.know' to bluccessful your The Buffalo Gasoline

    in the old The
    country. back to the Senate to MAKE THEM IN ALL COLORS.
    t Shamrock hat five sets of
    4, new new
    complete his record, and let untried demonstrate
    sails costing $20,000 each. Thereare
    wait awhile. Are not rightn
    nen we
    each of the For Tomatoes
    forty-five men on try
    this? superiorltyove!
    l racing boats. The captains' alar- its

    fee are $4,500 each, the officers Summer Tourist states.Tickets other for thes
    $3,000, while the men draw $30 a .UNITED D Vegetable Paper. all
    ? : month apiece. They are hired for are on sal via the Atlantic . waters.
    )toast Line, to the principal summer re-
    !, six months the year. Each man throughout the country. Tickets
    ,tr > gets a bonus of $75 for giving up ire good returning until October 31st One trial will make you our customer DRAFT. HIGH SPEE

    1 I I I ? the yachting season on the other 003, and liberal (top-over privilege arelowed. If your dealer does not handle UNITED BRAND of Papers write to LIGHT
    I ( Jfor Pullman reservation,
    ide. In case the Shamrock had Reliable.Geo. .
    ate, etc., see Ticket Agent or write: Absolutely
    UNITED: P..PER. |
    CO. r
    I won, Sir Thomas would have givenan rrank C. JloyUton, Commercial Agent ,

    [MIT extra bonus of $16,000. 138 W. Bar street, Jacksonville, FU. I OUTHERN OFFICE, a ATLANTA, OA. R. Wallace, Agt. West Palm Beach




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    Stuart. Eden. Tibbals. Melbourne. GEORG MARX. JOHN MARX.\ !

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    tf, Bessey \flalted l Jensen, Sunday. this Mrs.week K.: A.for Ireland an addition expects to her the lumber\ Mrs F. O. Me-Mullen, of Eden was jyf- S ubsc,iptions' for the ADVOCATK, 1VI.A.H.: ::J3I. i: <> ..

    attending court In TIle dwelling warmly welcomed byjter, filends at the
    n. Burke Is the pink paper of the East Coast, will be
    ", this week.E Miss Etta Mapes arrived on Tuesday Manse Sunday afternoon. received' at the Melbourne PostofUce.KICHAKU WHOLESALE GROCERS s

    his fut oaths evening for a visit to her aunt Miss Religious services '
    will enter will again he resumed
    stypman Ilalnlin. W. (iOOI)K.:.-Real K:;t to, Notary
    race on labor day. at Jensen on Sunday next, Sept. Oth, Itililltt unit I'tmvrMnicer. Agent for .ietnA:
    the
    three of Mrs. George Saunders, of Fort Pierce, Rev. Mr. Sawyer oflleiatlng. Place Town Liver11'*.' A..I. ) IximlmmiidOloho, Hartford alaiPruvtdeuoe Fruit and Produce Jobbers.
    Craig III Planting acres spent several days last week with rela Hall. Time, 2:30:: p. m. WaHhlngum Fire Insurance Coui-, '
    his place just south of town.II the in this place. 1'1UleM. tp, "fUl attention paid (o the lnt r- ;
    oD taut nuurenlil0ntn.DR 4
    J. S.
    Padgett, of Jensen, was' callingon
    L the time to put out pineapple There Is a promise of a change In the friends a few days One and all '- ,,.'j la),
    ago. l. A. PEKK: : ; ;. Corner '
    cheaper than they -PNYIIICIAN Ann 8nK iei> Bay and Julia Sts., JACKSONVILLE FLA.
    ;: The slips are weather. We are having wind were pleased to decided Ranlilimiie ;
    more anda note a change Jll IlM'ur.au!: U.lll j, Sunday, i
    been for several years few sprinkles of rain. said gentleman's health. His northern Tuesday and Friday afternoon.

    r Jones returned from Palm things Beach movifely Mrs. W. F. Wolfe and children' left. outing his behalf.has Indeed worked wonders in The Fibre factory has cloned for the WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF HAY, GRAIN AND FEED. I ; .t.

    dDe day, aod reports Wednesday, for an extended visit to relatlves .
    at the Cottage City.vnndward in the northern part of the State. Mrs J. ')'. Waters entertained the T. present. PURINA FEED OUR SPECIALTY. ,

    C. C. on Thursday last. It is need- W. R. Campbell visited south
    not points
    his cat-
    will enter Seed Potatoes
    Seed Peanuts and Cow Peas In
    Miss
    \ F. B. Arnold "* season.
    ,. to leave
    a Labor day. expects ful to say that the afternoon was a pleasant this week. I
    ,. the Don, In the races for San Francisco to meet her brother, one. All know the splendid quail. I "-We solicit consignments of Fruits and Vegetables.
    beat.
    IoD is a hard boat to who expects to reach the United States ties of this admirable hostess. Several : C. J. F. Campbell made a trip to Eau ;

    L Schroeder and two child- soon on sick leave from the Philippines.J. visitors were In attendance. Flinch held Gallle Tuesday. --- --. .- -.- -- _. ---

    LatCoooa, where Mr. Schroeder II. LeTourneau writing last week absolute sway previous to the entranceof Ernest Taylor, of Eau Gallle, drove Eau Gallie. :

    i be uDder Dr. Hughlett'a care. from London, England; complains of the Ice tea and delicious cake. duwn last Saturday.

    w Corbett haa purchased ten acres cold weather. lie said they h "'.teen Rev. 1.. J. Sawyer, Miss Sawyer and : Mayor Stewart spent a few days at -

    '( lIck land from E. Simmons, and willie kinds of weather In two day. thing Master Russell Waters enjoyed a sail to Fort Pierce this week. Mrs. Jno. Simmons was In from Bovine
    !( business this winter. like variety. Jensen! last week the Wednesday
    vegetable making the trip in chopping
    W. I. Metcalf left Tuesday for his
    Winchester has purchased Lot Four< member. of John Miller's family skip jack, owned at Beulah Cottage. On home at West Palm Beach G. F. Paddlaon's launch will\ be ready
    .;, auk Mr. Win- have beeu 111 at the same time with the their return the burned faces testified to
    for
    D avenue. her trial trip this week.'
    &tier 11. on building operations.pt. measles, the pest week. As they never the ,,'.nile sunlight on the water, but Mrs. F. C. Latham, of Oak Lodge, wasa
    has begun do thlugs by halves, they have b"enclulte thli neomfortable feeling did not seems pleasant visitor last week. E. Spiller, the painter Is busy all the

    Dan Ross of Mary B. fame re- sick Indeed, but aieall much better now to d.... nlsh the desire to weigh anchor Mills time. This speaks volumes for Eau
    M. Ham of Malabar's fair ladies
    one
    Tuesday morning. The Immediately for another and sail.\ Gallle.
    t Ml| home had enough of Cuba. NrN and Mrs. II. W. Richards, of ,Smart longer was In town last Sunday.
    AID says he l has were made happy last Jrllcl"y morning. ; Miss Ethel Sawyer left on the northbound Guavas are still being canned and

    Lde Ernest Is hard at work building by the arrival a line fifteen pound boy, train Monday morning for Dem- Bridge/ gang,: No. il are here making made Into jelly by the thrifty housekeepers .--- to

    fjiimiioo\ to the liHO house A new who has come to make them a lung visit orest, Ga., where she will\ enter Piedmont some necessary repairs to our railroad of Eau Gallle. LOOK TO YOUR EYES. }
    ' bridge.
    : the Improve- :Said: sm ill buy U the College for the fall and winter
    baud Ice box are among son of Mr. and Mrs. ensuing Miss Florence the '
    Hodgson was If I'
    ... S. F. Webb, t.f this place. terms. Her many friends predict a faith. Messrs. Bob Nelson and I Frank Gautler of guest suffering from any eye defects. or weak 11
    I. 1\11'\ ''. M. 11. Burns, of Canaveral, on night call at
    ful student and of whom the were of the McBride house the my new well-appointed optical -
    Stanley KltcbngLaKiUiblng one college guests
    III! Amy Kltchlng, visitedIs Mrs John Miller went to Pott Pierce Saturday and Sunday last Institute. Special, complete lensa I .
    well of
    and Isaac Craig may be proud. As she Is a generalfavorlte.of first the week. ,
    : last Saturday to take her small! grinding outfit In
    connection.
    visitor A heavy electrical,
    old storm rmiwecl
    and her over
    ( at Jensen, Sunday, and report a Janel Shirley back to her' mother Mrs. young, presencewill Rev. E. V. Blackman of Miami, editor ,
    Dn. E
    be greatly missed In this pllwe.Foley's Ears Gallle Tuesday. The thunder was II. ARMSTRONG,
    Laut trip.Lgoocl Shirley, who, bus been too III to care for of the East Coast Homeseeker, was the loud and lightening vivid but no 1
    11 Laura
    ship Admiral of the St. Lucle her baby Is now much better aud could guest; vf E. P, Branch this week. damage was done. very 8t. Jacksonville Fla.

    t line, delivered a cargo of lumber not be happy any longer without her. Honey and Tar Is peculiarly .
    Sir. Parks, Monday. Mr. Parks will Meanwhile the whole Miller family is adapted for chronic throat troubles and Prescott Wells launched his new boat 'v. B. Cross Is having his launch

    iil. residence disconsolate. will positively cure bronchitis hoarseness last weekshe; sails like bird and makes lengthened and otherwise Improved.The Georgiana. \
    a
    and all bronchial diseases. Refuse good time between here and Malabar. growth of hl.. fish business demands

    ihn Taylor has given up his position W. U. Robinson, of White City Junction substitutes Sold by Wilson A' ; Son. The benedicts and bachelors expect to the Improvements and extensions to his C :
    & McGlnnis plantation, .
    jtlie Eaton had the misfortune ,
    to lose his barn I
    [will devote all his time to his own and house fire the play ball tomorrow. No doubt but what plant. Neal minim, of Miami, Is visiting ; !
    carriage by first of
    jtatlon on the north fork. the week. The horse was gotten out, ARE YOU A BOAT-BUILDER P If they will have an interesting game. We are pleaded to chronicle the arrival Grandpa and Grandma Page

    but of the you are, get one of Walton's Patent Marlon Halano made to Fort of a little' daughter at the homo of Mr. Miss Eva
    t. and Mrs. Fred Mailer Mary and one wagons was burned. Mr. Tools Invaluable boat- a trip Owen was visiting In Indian- }
    k went to Palm Beach Monday, Robinson Is the brother of our esteemed Calking builders and ; of boats.to Calks Pierce Sunday. Rumor said to bring and Mrs. W. H. II. Gleason. Mrs Gl..a- ola, Tuesday cud Wednesday. .last. week
    ,
    Muller\ has work with the townsman, C. A. Robinson and Is now owners back a bride but he returned home alone. son went to St. Augustine to be under
    IB Mr. bouts more rapidly than other Misses, Nellie Cora 1
    any the of her Owen Munson and
    .
    care i
    absent physician.Dr.
    Ida East Coast Hotel Company on a trip ta California and other I calking tool in the world. Price $...00 Miss Carrie I. Gard, of Springfield: 0., Helen Cannatta were calling\ on Auntie

    A. Ledbetter has taken charge of western states. and $8.00 each, at AnvocATK and Mr. Dick Biirnham, of St. Augustine C. C. Booth, of Youngstown/ O., Hughes, Wednesday afternoon. r ,

    i talon & McGlnnis place. Mr. Led- We did not know that we had so many I Titusville, Fia.Fort. offico'l were married last week. Miss Carrie who has anent- several wlnt.niift at !tau Mr. ,
    Gallle, has placed) ; .a new engine on Johnson of South Rocklodge was
    tr has had of experience In the citizens. Last Sunday evening there gas 't'
    years .
    --------- --- ----- -- --- -- the niniket. It Is In over Monday, fretting some grapes at 'h
    : tipple business and the firm could were at least fifty at the station waiting some respects superior Uncle
    Hushes and ,
    'I'II for the train. It looked like to any yet invented The I'luma buying a row boat
    choice. a gala day;
    made
    have a better from
    crowd. Some were there to meet friends i EAST COAST ADVOCATE PRINTING OFFICE. a fast launch tho Doctor's, Is f urntnlied, Mr. Provost

    .er Fred Kin? was down for a few others to see friends off, and others to with one of the motors. The vessel Is Miss Mary Allen returned to her home j r 4

    I work on the bridge/ this week, and wait for their mall. We had supposed, shored at this point. atioodallThnrslayalter spending, two .

    the misfortune to run a piece of wire so many being away, there were not --.--- --------- months very plotiMnntly with her grandmother -

    his foot. Mr. King left on the mid- enough left to make a show. I guess if AN EDITOR'S. TESTIMONIAL. Mrs Mary Munson.
    it t train Tuesday for St. Augustine. knew it almost but 'l'. editor the
    wn we are a town Lyon rhlllpsburg, N. J. During the heavy electric t
    wanting information about we will continue to be modest and call Dally Post, writes i "I have used. many storm, Mon-
    afternoon
    lone day the ,
    farms etc. In this section or In- ourselves a settlement kinds of medicines. for coughs and coldsIn lightning played hay-
    ,, oo with Uncle Hughes' artesian well fixing .
    \tion as to how many palmetto fans my family but never anything so good *. It struck the stand pipe directly

    ,Ui per square to cover a house will USED FOR PNEUMONIA.-Dr. C. J. as Foley's Honey and Tar." I cannot say over the well, tearing a piece out of it,

    oil to write to J. C. Hancock, Stuart. Bishop, of Agnew; Mich., says: "I have too much in praise of It. WlUon Son blew out the heavy plug on the north;

    i8"2J': Is overboard again, dressed used Foley's Honey and Tar In three very bursting/ and! tearing out pipes and coup- ;
    severe cases of pneumonia with good re- lings, to the south throwing a heavy
    it limit and In better form for the Ipdianola. ,
    sults in every case Refuse substitutes board entirely and distance f '
    Labor than she has over some
    u race on day
    (? ,
    ,
    i
    .Sold B. R. Wilson & I n
    Son.
    I been Stanley Kltcblng will\ handle by away that was laying across the pipe. ;

    stick, and will be ably assisted by James' I.. Craw" ford 11 boat house Is I Fortunately, the pipe' that carries the

    '0 Hancock, who will act as mate. White being repainted.A. water In the house was connected. with ;
    City. the cement pipe. The pipes were all l'f'
    , mr humble correspondent dropped I S. Humphrys has comnienoac underground.

    Jensen one day this day and while M $ building his new packing! house
    have Alma Fransen celebrated her ;
    a he noticed that they a very Miss sr ,
    school building, just oompleted, birthday Sunday. Just sweet-but Mrs. lilsboe, of '"OtIlS. was the guestof3U's. Rockledge. !
    Field
    J. M. several days last t ;
    h IB a credit to the place. The Ice it wont do to tell a lady's age. week a

    TJ wag also visited here everything Mrs. Lamont returned home from "
    ed! to be In perfect order. A short Eden Saturday, where she had been visiting y Miss. Myra Williams Rocklo.lge/ who C. II. Ill him wad across on Merrltts

    was also\ made to II. D. Holte's boatI I friends for the past week. m I"I t 1bIf3 has beau the guest of Mrs. J. It. Field Island on Tuesday. '

    I, where he Is building a houseboat 1 I q returned home Wednesday, Mr.( Hlbbs Is the
    'vet long the work is D. E. Eldred, son of our much respected cleaning up grounds
    : HO far certainIt -
    : ,. Ml HI* Ethel Wilson who has boon' visiting In front of The Hotel Indian River
    to the highest standard R. li.in neighbor after whom the village! of! her Mrs. ;i4. \ 'j
    aunt J. returned
    4: Sons' link house was also visit- Eldred Is named, was a caller at White to her home,In FlnMs' Mr A. L. Hatch Is putting down.a I
    I'ltusvllle Wednesday
    Thin IH the most perfect and best City Sunday.Ira good substantial walk on front of his

    house o. its kind In the State, Lamont is spending part of his vacation A dance announced for Tuesday); evenIng property on hutton avenue. b r '%:

    thing that In needed In the Hulling at home, after which he will return w postponed; on account of the rain Tuesday witnessed fine rain. +

    nets is kept In stock, and the!: whole to Jensen, where his genial face but the rain wan sadly needed and every There was some heavy thunder a very: and bright 'J ,

    ''I i is as blight as a new pin. The of. may be seen In the store of J. H.: 1'adgott one wits glad to see It. lightning during the storm I

    'a charge of Julius Is model.. & Co. !Mr. of has moved, 1 )
    Taylor Cocoa Mr.
    ALL KINDS OF JOB PRINTING. "
    W. II. Robinson's HiUlrlth's Mr and Mrs. W. V. Rhosds and baby I'
    Monday morning packinghouse some 18 or 20 ft. .
    hurt
    RED< IIEMOKRHAQES OF THE barn near the station, was totally destroyed NEATLY CHEAPLY and EXIM5DITIOUSLY) EXECUTED: AT THE OFFICEOF farther north; alter getting: through with homo,of spout Jaime Wednesday Laphani on visiting Men'lets at the Is I t' .
    J3."several:: years since my lungs by fire. From what source Is that Mr. C. Andrlx had him move his land -

    10 badly affected that I had man) not known. His buggy and a quantity TilE EAST COAST ADVOCATE, TITUSVILLE.: dwelling house 12: ft, to the north, which JI

    jrrhageH, writes A. M. Ake, of of feed was In the barn. It is supposed .. puts the house about>> In the center of Mrs. Wm. Young:, who has been In St. '
    il I -- ---- ------ .
    -- ---
    Ind. 'I took treatment with sev,1'lijsiclans that some malicious person did the work. the property Augustine( for about two months return !

    I without I any benefit. I last Pierce. was well known here and her friends -'.'- -- ed last Saturday and! all are glad to see '
    Tuesday
    |started to take Foley's Honey aid At the considerable cemetery meeting Interest was mani wish the young ootiplu much happiness' DOCTOR ( OUIU NOT HELP HER her back again. I s'y'
    and night,
    my lungs are now as sound as a In their future I life. "
    -"I had kidney trouble for writesM ---- -
    been ,
    'tat l fested. In fact, more than had ever years
    recommend It in advanced has his wife rs.Raymond Conner of Shelter Wash. FOR ALL KINDS OF JOB PRINTING
    'I of lung I shown before. The following; officers Cha Bell been visiting Capt. bam Martin has just completeda ,
    trouble. Wilson & Son. and relatives here for few d "and the doctors could{ not help 1 remember the AnvooATit ofuce and
    were elected : J. II. Campbell president, a A. Lamont, secretary 11. Larsen, treasurer A few showers have fallen the last dayor for his own use She Is little but makes tried: Foley's Kidney Cure, and the very do. not fall to send us a share cii your

    est Palm Beach. I Geo. K. Poppell director for three so but the heat Is still pretty bad. good time. first done gave me relief and I am now work. We will (please you.
    John M. Orrel, director for two cured. I cannot say too much for Foley'sKldnay
    years Mesdames C. A. I for!ton and E. II. Cure. Hold Wilson
    Hans Knudson director for one The Her. Sturglss held services last by 4 Hon.
    I years made to have Sunday evening to a large congregation Williams, Misses Viola-1lorton and Elizabeth : --- --- Southern
    immenclng were
    the let of September, I year. Arrangements, WlllUiim and Master Edmond Williams Georgia
    ..merchants of thin city discontinued the cemetery cleaned up and fenced on :Send In your subscription to the Pink have. returned from a two weeks' Malabar.Many .

    observing of the half holiday onmove Saturday.. Sept. 12, when everyone who Paper, and get all the news of the Coast. outing at East Melbourne.
    \day cares to help In that work will be Invited
    Is to take a part. Watch this paper for Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Pomeroy moved In lie,. J. U. Hawk held service here last & Florida Railway
    on foot
    to establish a MediicUtion town from Ankona Tuesday people, say that It had been thewarmwut
    ''I for further information. preparatoryto Sunday morning and In Eau Gallle that
    letter bas. been Dade county A doc cirr opening school. evening. Quite a number of our young summer for many yearn. "$uwan.. River JtouU."

    n the county from the sent Miami to every Avoid serious results of kidney or bladder .. Chas. Edwards returned last Monday people accompanied him to the latter There' have been .""Prllilin.. showers "

    joking their co-operation. physio- disorders by taking Foley's Kidney night from !South Carolina, wbere he place making the trip In the launch I his week and th. face of nature looks Operates the---"Dixie.-. Flyer. : J

    >Y. and Mrs. Cure. Sold by D. R. Wilson A Son. had been at the bedside of his brother I Dreamer. better hereabouts .HchwhlU la seen, Julie U, 1f1C,1.IIla'e ( ) ,4
    L. F. Uindry and little Is III. We are glad to he
    left for who very say Miss Ruth Farley gave a little dni.ee .
    Jacksonville the 31st Rev. Is Foley's Kidney Cure makes the diseased friends flyer' I'IIr.kat41p.
    Iry Improving. to her young last Friday. after I.v IVntka .a ,MI) pm a IS ant
    vices church take charge St. Lucie. kidneys sound so they will\ eliminate noun. After dancing refreshments were IrV,f...k..lIIe. . .. IV* pin 7 4fl amII
    e
    at the of The Good Indian River Camp, No. M: Woodmenof poisons from the blood. Sold by U. served. The had ArV..a..ta.l l ... .. .......I1r IIIt"UI| Warn
    herd the World held their meeting Tuesday young people a very ArTlft.n.
    during the month of R. n HftaiuArCwtole 1:1: lilt put
    Sept. Wilson A: Son Titusvllle.
    night, and Initiated Messrs. R. A. pleasant l time. I 4fl.mArMfl l 4* pro
    Oceanus
    the home from on
    here coming revival service to be A brief Tom visit Russell He Is looking well and doIng Jonkllog: and Walter Starke In the mysteries Mrs. C. F. Wolfe daughter of II. C. I).of"n is.. 40ain 410pm. j

    next week, muslo will be a well and Is the same jolly Tom. of Woodcraft. There Is a speciallow Lotus. Starck, of this place ba benntvery III In ArAtk.nta... Mam 7cipm
    i1 {"I1"6' Mrc n. N.U.) dk -&. I..
    I choir CouJtes a entrance fee rate for sixty days; now a hospital In New York, where she underwent k
    .
    lender of Chicago, will acH' Walter Bass had a very handsome fish Is the time join. an opoatloo. Reports are being ACh.tt.noogs. .' SMmt I OOimiArMulivllle tooaiuOaw" ,/
    anygive.feastof Mrs. ,
    ;H' music. evangelist and boat turned over to him, on Tuesday, by The best catch of the; season was made 'dkeeters are not bud but oh, my. ItJs receIved dally 111. Cent. K. It.
    The meetings; the Indian River Boat and Launch Co. ArMt/*. a MamArching" T :M pmU a
    ,he held In the Gruber Opera House by! two boats Messrs. Depew, Wiley, awfully hot. On Sunday, the :'Wth, Miss !lam, Miss .II :Nun t
    e play' Wade U. Jones Is declining In health, Paxton[. and Townsend.! The two boats E. R. Provost Is expected back from Ada Comstock and Miss Until Farley left U A N.It.., K.
    , Ar 1..111..111..2 MamArClnnlnnatl all
    "Rio : am
    i Grande" will be pre- we are sorry to report and ls under the made one hundred and twenty-two dollars his summer outing In a few days. on the noon train for Jacksonville; \- I 20 Slit 4Si( pm
    r Friday evening, the 4tb, In the care of a physician at the home of his In nine nights. ,This shows that tbs Ing Monday on the steamer, "Apache," O as1.R.R. f1
    I 13 ensto House. Great care has relative in St. Lucie. fishing at this point is coming back to The guava crop Is on the decrease yet I for New Yotk. Miss Ham goes to Pennsylvania ArChloaico. VIA amHolld {
    all the details and cosh lIB old Urns standard. ; there are plenty left to Mil the few orders where she has train front .r""k..n.ltI" to Manon.
    boss A as assistant
    section ;
    aDd frequent Mr. Stanford, the efficient that are received. fj.ltlfn Train from i'alalka fionneft a< VahlitetA with
    rehearsals have been
    aDd the of St. Lucle, has purchased live acres of A pretty wedding: was consummated I principal of. school .tate. train (fninif north from J...k.onrllla..
    i cast young,: ladles and gentle- land In St. Lucle being one-half of the Sunday afternoon. The contracting par. J. If. Tanner and wife have moved In Muse Cumstook /goes to Brooklyn, N. Y., 1.a'AIlltlra..n, l>UI.ri.,.r train fur Macon" k
    iIh'JJ will show decided talent rmttHlnlnrf d.pot l | until 1 OOa.m.
    different home place of E. C. Summerlin, Sr. > I ties being Mis* Sarah Hill, of Belfast, one of E. R. Provost's cottages. This to attend High School and Miss Farley Culluijut Hulfel $HlMpln Can from Jacksonville .
    characters.
    "rtallll The pub- Ireland sod Mr. Andrew Sorrensen leaves the Corliss cottage vacant.C. ,goes: to Hsllowell, Maine, where abe) will to Mt. Louie via. shave route without elianic 1
    ? have a treat In store for Senator M. S. Quay arrived her Tours- attend High School. These young people of canon Ital.! Flyer train al'_ Pullman'. Uncut d
    and l 'standing room only" will be day evening, the ;27th. No doubt h. will, Denmark. The Rev. Tompkles officiatedat I). Provost was down here !Sunday: will) be much missed, but they are ilMrpen on Home train to Chicago withoutiing 1 +i,
    Out the wedding. We wish the oh. ... I
    twenty young looking over his place lie was
    minutes "Little Chicago" accompanied
    after the doors to
    rested
    \panel! as woo as go long life of happiness and seeking/ an education and as they cannot rot "uneiliile and other Information address,
    as seats have been on sale' on the St. Lucie river, to fish for sea bass. couple a : pros by Mr. Cannatta also of Geor obtain It at home, must, therefore, seek J.H. RA rrTa&f. ,r

    Monday The. prooe<)dl. go for The handsome DeMooy engine which perity. giana. It else where. Miss Ham will be very Or Iriitrlol ......A.t.Ja:Ml.'ka W'..nllle. liar,Bt.Vie.

    Mrs. Blsbca several last much missed, as she has been ontlrlog
    Installed in the elegant new spent days C.U. RlfODEfl.Ueu. : .
    be
    will soon of Clarence Summerlin, of Fort A Do, WUd JUde For Life week at Indianola, the guest of Mrs. In her efforts to help the young peopleof .*... AK*.. Maoon, Oa.
    launch
    earful Odd Against Him. was brought np to the yard of With family around expecting him to Field. She reports her visit very pleasantly this place and to make life less doll

    Iriddeo,alone and destitute. Such the Pierce Indian, River Boat and Launch Co., die and a son riding for life, 18 miles to spent for them, I am sure She bas the best Dade County Lan l For Sale.
    'tef wishes. of )la her field of
    was the old get Dr. King' New Discovery for Con- every one new '
    Condition Friday.
    "'by name of J. J. Havens of an Ver- last iaration. Coughs and Colds,W. H.Brown, What Li Life? work ___ _____ for tale, cheap, the northeast quarter

    U,' For yean he FEET SWOLLEN TO AX IMMENSE of Leeavill, Ind., endured death's agonies Ilucklen Arnica Salve of southeast quarter of section 8, town-
    troubled
    Kidney dl8ease and was 8IZE.-"I had kidney trouble so bad thatI from asthma; Dot this wonderful In the last analysis nobody knows, but ship 38. south of range 41 east; close to I !

    n 8t1clne! gate relief.neither At doctors could not work," says J.J. Co*,of Val- medicine gave Instant relief and soon we do know that It It under strict law. Has world wide fame for marvelous O. K. Wood's pineapple plantation ODe

    Electric Bitten I* length be ., y fees were swollen to cored him. He writes: "I now sleep Abuse that law even slightly, pain cares. It surpasses any other salve, lotion Lute!. River; 40 acres.
    II short order and pat him on his K'nS'sI" and I was confined to my soundly every night.; Like marvelous results. Irregular living means derangement ointment or balm for Cuts, Corns, Also the northeast quarter of north. ;
    h
    ell the road to now testifies": bed and physicians were unable to give cures of Consumtlon, Pneumonia Bronchitis of the organs, resulting in constipation Burns, Bolls, Sores' Felons, Ulcer, east quarter of section 18, township 88,

    on earth for Liver complete recovery. rellet. Mr doctor finally prescribed Conghs.CoIds. and Grip prove Its Headach or Liver trouble. Dr. Totter Salt Rheumever Sores, Chapped sooth of range 41 east; on south fork of
    >od all forms of Stomach and Kidney troD. me any Fol./s Kidney Core which made matchless merit for Jail Throat and Lang king's New Life Pills quickly! readjust Hand, 8kla Kruptlon; for pile.. Ht Luote River; 40 acre. Apply\ to

    nUL Only GOo and liver of me." Sold by B. R. Wilson troubles. Guaranteed bottles 600 and $1. this. It's gentle, yet thorough. Only ;ilo Cure guaranteed. Only V o at all Drng- CHAS: U. WALTON' ,
    f*. Guaranteed by all a well man Titurnlte.iIk' Trial\ bottles free at all drug stores. at all drug stores ... 1st. Titusvllle, 71*. ,
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    the ,fxperlmente with potato the use Florida East
    of potash has regularly resulted In increased Coast Ry.

    A Golden Ruleof yield The increase however

    has been much less with early potatoes _

    tc Agriculture: than with late potatoes. yxbbr' LOCAL TIME CARD No. 49. In Effect May
    Be good to your land and your crop Potash hall proved especially desirable 28,1903

    Yj will be good Plenty of for summer spinach, and particularly toUTII.OUttOEAD DOWN NORTHBOUND_
    F AEbDup
    > ) so on plat which were not mann .

    Potashin red. No.119 110.19 STATIONS. I No 98 No,7j
    Itliiihnrb dressed. with commercial\ Daily. Daily. Dally I'01.:'
    -
    fertllUerrt: when raw was far more +- SO, 100 I 1 40 a Lv..............Jacksonville.. ......... .. A rl. 8-BOn;; '' ;-
    in the fertilizer ipelli quality crisp mid tender and required lea timeto a r ,rte flft. R: s .0 41t a ......... .......BoJmokaonvtllej..............Lv a 810 i 7 (DI'
    II 1081 .... .. .... ..Be.AulJ" LIII.. .. .. '
    and quantity in the bar ( I Ivast. conk than rhubarb grown by the aid = C I OSI'.n.1008.2a. .............'"" Ha.'In"' ................. s.7 It 6"".I. .a 60(!? of
    { klI Write ua andwe of manure lone*. I- 0' fia. 11 r12a -..B.P..latka.. .......... ... .. 1L"M' S1Si6 Z
    /kl1dk will send you, a a/.vAr- ... ....... ..I'.I..tlla.. ... ... ... .. Lv. It I ap A
    I free, hy next mall DO YOU WANT 500( ) H USTMNO REAL ., qNC J t-Opafl .a 111..Lv. .... .... .......... P.latka.. .. .. .. . ... ,...'.m0iIw JW; 1
    our money winning estate agents endeavoring dispose of : i,-Q :::::::: AT .....v ......... as ltl..t.v.......... .. Lv r
    for sale Fm .r.. rl1OaLv....... .........SanNatee..... ...... "..Ar ii ,HI '1M,iniojJSJ"B
    books. m.wfai. any property you may have or -c 17 lip' >". ...., .. .... .,..Neoifa. .... ...... .Lv ;
    OEBMAN KALI WORKS exchange ? If BO, sondfull purtlouluri hI. 0r 11 Cl $$0p ......... ............Btmnell.................. -,0"t "I 1M 15' J'
    93 Niuau Steal, of what you have, to I... K. Benjamin .IOrikn./30psi" t4P .. ...........""."..Dllpont.................... .1415. \\\\lnV\\
    M.w ork. Ilanoverton, O. l )bJd CD: C I I alp. Up.................... Orm'tnd.Daytona..................... 8 1\ ..I. $ '.",,0c
    lli 7 1 r.- C s 108 I 111 P ...-...."..""".. .................... 4 "'u"H88S 101
    Otpp.lf /Sp ..........T.........Port Orange.................. 8 4 17* lll'0E.1pa flr I
    11 The Sailor' l>.Blm. Op..N. ..... "')
    +I dl .I IIII' ....:::.::::::::::...ortHTil1.11.--. ? :::::::::: .... t a428a 8 Ote.. tip gO : :1
    t tP How many people-landsmen, at all !!!:.c ................... U
    I U eVl'nta-are aware that one of the : a a.Q.!I 01 I'' a Up.It I' ...................TlOaeoa.s.. ................... >a a a 81:)2.1.a;1012 Ei:P'' F ........... .......... .. :
    Psalms 1 often called the sailors'psalm 1&1 C 11 40 P f S II p. ........ Rookledttn .. .. ... f 9 2Ha 11135
    OWO.msMs.001D ...................lIau: Gal Ie.................... .15sa! pis, '1.
    ? It 1 III of course Psalm evil mm ... .11 It .113 ...................Melbourne................... al 4n iiiDSl al.y..St.Lu.is
    13 ......., ... .. alit tt '
    I .
    P wherein occur the beautiful and familiar bI r;to D: p 1nainmnuS 00 .I
    v .c 5.01 ......*....*.. t...!.......*..*.... ( Ie;I 1
    1
    ;
    words. "They that go down to the III. Q. :I 11.rI40p.................. Ft. Pierce................... '
    In ships, thut lo business In Tri-Wecldy Sailings tiro p .............. TlbbaU..................... *111' 3i' sagi
    C'r' sea great a", 15455. 1118 yP ...............Eden..................... 111
    'aterthe1l see the works of the 1&1 .910..1 Up.................. Jensen ...,................. AU sagiiSJJxaasa
    Lord and bill wonder In the !! I&. hais sU 8 ................... Stuart. .................... 111 :
    Free and deep. BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK. CD I&. falia' n ................ HebSSound .................. .10 ? : : |
    The pmilm Is usually read as part of 0"IE a9' :;) .a 4ft. p. .....;..........: West Jupiter....... ...... ..... ,1013p.I&1' ",,
    Masons. the slinplo service which take placeon III D .6I111a. 18 ................w..oP.lm Beach.............. s 1411"\7 ascnF.Dtrr.E3 0.
    ) Ch.4Mas: : ..............Bnynton.: .......... ....... 113)1&10
    Sundays oil ships at sea. For that il Eli .Ma. ............. ... Delray ............ ...... OWpe718) t a
    9 ,1 reason It Is' known as the sailors' Steamshil stDIlSthe Coastwise :I :, s e, of a. II 071' ..................YE.Lauderdale. .......... ........ s ca MM. 0I.
    The Finest ServiceThe I.'u-c a u0 31 I t 1I8p ................*..I1..11.oct&I./. .............,.... .1733".181 p 8t
    Indian No. 00 psalm.-London Chronicle p .,,60a..7p ..................Lemon City ........ .110",108/
    } Vii .700 'IG8 pr.. ...... .......... Miami.... ... ............J..700 6 OOt
    River %/ Titunllle, The Road to Sne..e... Clyde New England and Southern Lines. OF BRANCH LINES.
    ll It Is well for the young man to rev Direct bervice Between

    t 7i ((1 Lodges( Florida. mernbpr; that; If he finishes his education Jacksonville Boston Providence and all Eastern Points. BAOTOBD DHANOH.T4TIOM ORANQH CITY :BKAKOH.rue. .
    Hoi.Ill Its niHetmir the Hcwoml and fourth "Frl-' IIH. a skilled/ farmer, or stockmanor ,
    CI.yof """!'ll ,iuiml.li .*' tliulr rnnni, Inillttii River .. o. I 11 TR7T
    Hotel Tltun Ilia, at T,Mil a'flock |110 lu. fruit grower there are plenty of (Calling Charleston, S. C., both ways) Dsit Dauly ))&11 Dally T4TIOX.. D.il;l D.I l
    : J. L. Carrutlier. WoraI,I ,fuI M..r..r.. plates open waiting for him at good SEMIWEEKLY SAILINGS I .T OB a,LT......... Tltu TllIe, .,.....Ar sit BOp
    7 l ,f ft T. II. Hitiiiliim' Hanlor \viiril, ti.B. while If he become 'a Snuthhnnn'L... .... .. ... ... .. .. ... .. . ... ..... ..frmnlewle WbarfBoatonNorthbnnnd. IT IS a Lv..Mime.A" flJ 37p 3 OOp *10 l aLT.! .N. SmyrnaS4P Ar I.Iipolp
    F W. (Carroll hmlor' Warditu. pay minister .. ...... .... ... .... ... .. ,. .... ......fromrootof'atherhieStreetJacksonvilleClyde tt 113 a LT ......... Oateen.. ......,.A r fit >tea> r.11 ::1I..II.v. Laknllelen Ar"' 1Op! t4 01
    J. M. Dixon TrtaNiirer.X. lawyer or doctor he may have to bunt -- ------ tt B"* a LT..... ...Enterprise........Ar nil 01)11t .35'1' MIt .. .Oran"" Illy I V,'a 100, .
    A. Morgan Horrettiry.M. long and tar to dud a place and wait -- 80 .ftiAr...... ,..8."f', rd. ..L..I080.' .400'MI1II1.IA."U..f'ltyIc LI.I:55p'H"Jl..2&f i "

    J..R.1'.Walker Brown, ,":Hwnlor" |"lwln.IMmcinn long before a good living Is assured. St. Johns River Line.Oellary D. 2 N 21 No.18 PTo. MAYPORT N4.20N-, :'22 No.24ji a:'2

    1'. W. Roberta Junior' Dwtnrm.F. Rockford IteRlster, : Dan I .
    Dall1 Dally Dally J'I&II, Dale n.I1 .
    M.Taylor, H'inlor Htewaril.. ( Line.) luSUn BIlANCII. ex. unmni,
    t T4+p tl F. A. Ixmley, Junior ttteward.. Retort JACKSONVILLE AND SANFOUD.
    M. K. nglUb, Tyler. {'o..o... BETWEEN 1 G.IL..l..klO..III..A. 'T '
    land- I 1 Opll' COp 80" II 8 .00'.1 CO.' 8 I IIII:
    r r3' _. _. ... Smnrt l'ueRI'lIger-IIer., conductor Is Stopping at Palatka Attor, St. rranel. Berenfurd (De Land. ),and intermediate ea II' 63p 4t31 I +. 0O3pe9aeally.Bn.Jankenmdlatrx003aagC9mmu3p1"' : : I < 10Jpt1tp
    -- -- the St.John'.IOver.STEAMER .
    InR on /0 a l UI"StOl.11 tOp.100"1..I'otl.a..b..L. a s .o r S .8'08122'1D3:1't I : I a
    G'OOD TO KNOW. my fur p. I had no desire to beat the I "L.OU1SU':," CAPT. (J. II. BROCK, .1 85p II 20p I' s 5 s petSpill)14s" r..AUanuaBrab.Lr 4 81bn .7b0 12 13p D l'p.l"'
    t THINGS company but I thought I would Just : TO SAIL AS FOLLOWS! 6p 1 U p II 0' 1 a 031.1510 ao a,.II&1P".h..L."" s e OJ a,aI 7 40 aiHla CO 0.., 0 10 pit l :

    3' see If I could fool yon by'getting busy Catherine Htreet 18,,FaoUnoiivilla AlTOtNTKn 5:00, p. lu .. ........ .. .. ." ""R"*")'!! and' Haturelaye. .. .. ; ;
    Beat \Vr of Fertlllilac Field Crop Leave Knot Then Time T ibl<> show the times at whluh train may 1> fx rfod to arru, "''d...'
    o. V.,..... "............. .wltb thIn newspaper. Leave Hunfor,1 1110..a. m._. .... .. .. ... ...-._nt..luntlnysandThure.lay._ from the."v..r l.t..t1..n"\. bold their a rival or"for departure the time .""(tt, i I- naordues ...' ,\1Ir. ,",,,
    + the Company itself responsible any delay or any oonsiMjuer in IRthtr
    1 Of much value and Interest to truck Conductor saw you. but you lookedas Gen'l Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 W. Bay Jacksonville. from..
    If you needed Information a good
    growers Is the experience of two English deal I worse than the need ... M. IRONMONGER, JR.. A""t, Oftu."'1\1I". AKt :204 Went Hay St.,Jai,ksimvlHe. Fla.
    t company Jacksonville WEST AND H V
    KEY ANA.
    1 gardeners In the manuring of vrgctabto W. G.000YEd Jr. tonal. "'rt. AI/t. Jack.onvll" C P. IVICI.L. Ass6SUpt. ."
    I Io money so I lust let' you read-Baltimore L. HOWARD. Superintendent Hogan Jauksnuville.r
    crop*. Their experiments have American.Not A.O. 1IA.Glc'h:: Gut'I; Eaet'n Pase.Agt.: New ;tt"L K [1t I l., Gen. Fr'.'. Agt''.."' .w York.. PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI.
    Agttotl.Che.e"rongb
    '"
    been under way for seven years. Some TIE E4). U. I'UJCK.' (len..ral HulldlnK.Ma.,8per.ft State St.. Opposite\ Battery Park NeCo.Vork.
    SOUTH BOUND. NORTH BOUND.
    E.rouraaIag.
    o r 4 ; of tho conrliiHloim arrhed nt are an WAL.TON. Agent Titusville Fla. 1/r Miami Sun.,TUur.......... ............ S (On) LT Havana Mon, Fri a
    tollows: "Do you know" remarked the pessimist C. II. rK"y Vest Sun.,Thur............... 10 00 P1\ Ar Key w..t Mon. Fri t hp
    think I have ___ .__ _______. ___ .__ _u. __ ___ ____ -- -- Ev Kry West Sun. .Thur................. 10 .') L"K..yW..tT".S.t us.
    With beets' sulphate of potash In the "I experienced every Ar Haran. Mon, ;.1... ...... .... ...... ... 7 (M> ArMimlTu9 ... l11
    jtPl': abHeDoe! of uiunure Inereawd the yield clnd of bard luck on the list except
    three tone per acre. In every ciiue banging" eE.A.JE3: :R.I> h. o.py of Local Time Card or other Information address any AII.nl

    ; plata fertilized with the lesser amount "Well you shouldn't be discouraged" J. D. :RAHTTER Asat. Gen. Paas. Agent., ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.j

    of manure and commercial fertilizers remarked the optimist. "Remember the AIR LINE RAILWAY.FOR .
    n greatly; exceeded In yield the heavily old adage 'While there Is life there 1*
    llIannr"IIllItlll. hope.' "Cincinnati Enquirer.

    With broccoli a moderate applicationof \ Mr. Mollie Allen, of South Fork, Ky., o iE..dIIt7 /."" /df ,lfzatCLLUILAVD

    commercial fertlll/.crs bun produced( says she ball pioventfid attack cholera SAVANNAH, COLUMBIA: CAMDEN, SOUTHERN PIMES, RICHMOND, -,
    on aupinVmented by twelve and one-half and Liver Tablets when she felt an WASHlNdTON::! KAI/riMOUK. PHILADELPHIA, NEd: YORK, -

    ton of manure. \Vlth this. crop th! attack coming on. Huch attack are ns- """ -
    } tally caused by Indigestion and these laegunt'rfntne .....1. '" '''A
    4r''l use of UN) (pound of nitrate of soda per y Two \\. ,-UI..,.
    ., Ipl ahlet are just what I I..* needed to cleanse 711"llltl
    ',, j acre proved lutmt economical. he stomach and ward off the approach- Seaboard Express Seaboard Mail. t IfrJICR!
    The result for lire ,
    average yenrewith Ins attack. Attack of bilious\ colic maybe
    cauliflowers nliow tint twelve' and prevented the same wy. For salt MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT. Cr Lit.- >% ne-4iulf ton of immure, supplementedwith by nil druggists and medicine dealers. 8
    d, tw a light tlrpHHlnx of phosphate ONLY LINE Operating Daily Through( Sleepers Jaekiuinvtlle. to New Orleans Si. LOUIS I J %5 RICHMOND

    f and 4UU pound of nltriite of soda, |>ro- \er and !II...... '
    4 l lr' ducnl better result(. tlinn cnmmerclul Brie brewers, grain, cause out 0.08 For Information and sleeps reservations call on any Agent( T

    r'r'fs+ fertilizers' alone, but the <'uiniuerclnlferOHzcrs rent .per 'IIW dally ahead of cottonseed Seaboard, or writeA. LOU

    p pl alone gave better! result and linseed meal In a Vermont' O. MxcDOVKLL( : Aunt. Gen. I'-HH.. Ant.; S. C.. BOYLSTON, Puss Agt. &'..Y..u.sClY itxI_ F .
    fs t than twenty-Hi toim of manure alone. Feeding test."Seasuning.
    JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.
    Commercial' fertilizers In thin cane not \ "' of Timber" *o that low HARRIMAMshVC

    only Increaaed the size of the heads, .grade' timber acquire greater lasting -
    but uniformly Improved the finality. lower and may b 'used n* subRtitute N'Q 4RLCMl

    The formula recommended for this Tor high grade wood. Ie I the subject of ,
    .
    trop: in 12i! tons of manure, 400 to 6<))0 bulll'tlllIt of the bureau of forestry Atlantic! Coast Line R'y r s +W

    pounds! of Mtiperphoiiphnte, 4)M) (pound Corn Is easily the first as a plant for

    ; ,d dJ of klntt and -UN) pound of nitrate of the silo. Large quantities' may be
    odd per acre. grown on a small area, and It make a
    Cur Liu from Floiid.i. UYGJ coLuJrlSJ1Wc
    J The henvlout yield of bruHHcIa sprouts |>ulatubl silage.Sepnrateagricultural. The Great Through

    was obtained by the use! of twenty-live high school endowed TO TIIK IAST.

    tone of manure. supplemented with 200 by the state are found in Wisconsin. thencevia LJl
    Richmond and Wellington,
    Over IU rail to Hnvanniib, Charleston
    'fl of nitrate of with own
    pound soda potash Alabama and California. Railroad.
    Lt the Pennsylvania
    1 In addition.A Sonic Kngllh experimenter claim For
    moderate quantity of manure was that 1ll1)IU'IIJrIlIltrown with the aid of TO TIII: 'VI:ST. a

    found very desirable with fall set cab. commercial' fertilizer has been tender' The Louisville & Naiilivllle, via Montgomery. The Mobile A Ohio R R. SMOOTH RUN
    base It Is recommended, that this be er and better' flavored than that grown v

    r) i it supplemented with IMM pounils of good! with manure alone. TO Till: EAST VIA ST)'.AIUSIIII.. f

    + phonphates per acre and nitrate of mxla Taking the average for the nine sea- Via Savnunah\ and Ocean steamship CVimpnnv for Now York. Pliilitdeldliia. Bos SOUTHERNRAILWAY ,r< up to UK) pound. applied at two or BOMS' work nt the Ohio experiment station ton. Via Norfolk Steamer to New Y"I Wnshlnoton/ and ll.iltlmore. Via t three different times. shallow cultivation of corn all and MerclmiitH' and Mlnern' 'I'ranapi>rttalun Company for Haltl- UE

    Potash has been found very desirable : compared to deep lend In yield of more and l'hiladephia: c"
    In the production of carrots. When' grain by exactly four bushels per acre -- --- To

    1 potash has been used In connection and In stover by SOO pounds per acre. TO KIV: WESTNU IIAVAVA.Via WASHINGTON. NEW YORK ASHV1LLE and
    wltb phosphates and 200) \pound of nitrate Peninsular .Occidental. eamnhlp COln '"ny.Conneci .
    of soda per acre the average yearly and the EAST. HOT SPRINGS, N. C

    Increase of roots has been nearly PlantsEvery on--Made at Jacksonville for all Points CINCINNATI CHICAGO. "THE LAND OF THE SKY"

    p three ton per acre. Young "
    The heaviest celery plants were ob- D11L1AU1 TICKKTH.InteicliAneeablemlleniie I The NORTH and WEST... a.a "The'Sapphire Country.
    ? tained when the largest amount of manure tickets good over 13,1100: mules of among the principal

    was used. but plats ruined with farme' knows that railroads In the southern slates, are on nr. Dlalad Sortie Car

    I tho aid of commercial fertiliser\ have some plants better than For reMerVI\t.\olllllind\ Infol marion apply to agents of the A. C. L., or write On All Treiln. The B..t.
    been much crlsper and more tender grow FRANK C. ROYLSTON, Commercial Aat. W. I D. STARK, TrAY. Pass. Agt.
    ::1t* than plants grown with manure alone. others. Soil may be the same 1U81Vest: Bay St., Astor Building. JACKSONVILLE, FLA. SOUTHERN IL.'WAY. H. P. GARY District) ,,"."r" AJ.III
    .... .., .
    loa V s. J.ac. FLA.W.
    1 Bay u. -
    r1 Nitrate of soda appeared| to render the and seed may seem the same II. M. EMERSON: Tratlio Manager. W. J. CRAIG Gen'l. Pass. Agent.' 0 C.
    r growth more rapid and to diminish the Wlr. INGTO N. C. A.Tv.... P.T. M.. Washlniton. D. C. S. H. HAKOWICH., O. P. A.V/"hmroa
    but some plants arc weak and I' W... H.T VLoa. A. C. P.A.. Atlanta. Ce.t .
    Btr ti4th anti toughness the flbrovaolular -- I

    grown bundles by the aid a* conipurvd of manure with alone.plants I others And strong.that's the way with CHAS.: s L -crJMI:: : : t3z:i GO. ,' f

    With lettuce also It has been' noticed at.. JACKSONVILLE. '. FLA.
    children. They :are likq an. oft sr w. nay
    that plants! grown with the the nitrate young /
    of soda have been much crisper and plants. Same food, same home, 7 at&r

    }y4'y' 131, mar tender' than those, grown with same care but some grow big ,

    manure aloue. and while others FULL. -- ,i
    strong stay Fact. la In It*l pith
    With spring; or summer onions the a Veritable dragon of Ill-health It loaves
    1t more physical wreck*than probably otter one Ul*
    small and weak. any
    tiNe of 2().) pounds of nitrate of soda per N .ueperitliar to American*.
    a>_ lu conjunction with potash and Scott's Emulsion offers an t L! WHY blmi>ly because upon the Aret lndlcsell h
    of the malady the system I Is usually *courg
    plHMrotiattHi, with a light dressing of out of the difficulty.Child EXPRESS EXPRESS quinine,or that deadly mineral-calomel. ?
    manure, nun given a better yield than easy way PREPAID Don't Do It. It'. O n<*rou.. It Ua'tnecenaary t
    y with a heavy.dretwlng of manure, Com- weakness often means PREPAID -w either. \Vo po iu,ely guarantee

    merchil l fertlllxer without the manure starvation, not because of lack ,, 24 andHERBINE

    gave much less satisfactory result of food but because the food b
    % ? t nimrt !* !** ? ;
    '+
    than with the manure. $49 purely b.pb.L u does not feed. oclooMl noa ef ,heir de.dlr ee.vjlii,
    '
    rv w With parsnip, a* with carrot, potash : earrM-as Hv.r.kldMjr.'. o"nr''a
    deem to b... especially dealrabta. Scott's Emulsion really feeds 3Oop rbotUo. All Drua4ia+a''z

    the yield being Increased from one to and the child %'sfle
    gives growing
    1 one and a half tons per acre' when this.
    v fertilizer wall used over plat similarly strength. 4Ji IDoz.Dtirvrnro I j $45I

    fertUiaed. but without potanh. '" Whatever the cause of weak -

    In the caw of early potatoes the ness and failure to grow- foi'a U. It. WILSON & SON. ____
    + heaviest' yield have been! obtained by
    the UM of twenty-five ton of manures Scott's Emulsion seems to findit $129.9Ac

    per acre. With the late crop better and set the matter right. THE ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING OFFICE
    t h yield have been obulued by using Send fo Im.....pI.. ,
    half this amount of manure auppleXKkeate4 ....., a BOWIM,CtemMa,4"rxrarl Bl. New YorkUL.
    d 'Tlt .taMiinmrrlsl; f.t11IJtotn. .In sad l<.oo;all dn' ..... utl for tbe Pabst Brewing Co. AU kind. of Commercial Stationery printed at the above OC1c'<:
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    .. PITH AND POINT. NI;:'" YUItK. '

    SHELTER FOR ANIMALS.A -.
    : IA1: TRi30TEL1: : :' The :more culture the less' Jewelry. 't t.
    OX-THK-iyiJIAJf-RIVKR. ConT nl..B. \Shed! For the Tulare Hotel road way and dish Street
    or the Paddock. Night. Is only tunnel to hlui who Yendome 'q \.: ,
    travel toward .
    aI hope.What
    TITUSVILLE Whi>re cattle or other animals arekept NEW YORK CITY. ,'
    some folks.. cull luck Is in realIty V
    FLORIDA. In a pustunNith. day nnd night diautiu to them FIREPROOF :tOO) rooms, single and ou suite, with private, baths and toile ""trooma
    I there should "bo some protection provided -
    It Is love of virtue, not four of law EUROPEAN PLAN. Good rooms *1.MI5; large rooms M: ; and with
    against rain storms and heavy show that tnnkes civlllxatlou. private bath *i.3t: per day and upwards. The management I I.. under the per
    J. G. BAST, Proprietor. ers. A shed l well" adapted" to this pur sonal supervision of the owner. GWEN: Manager: fj
    A tiuur hl1"IIIl'4" be
    a ILlICC.'f'II"IIDt
    may
    peso is shown In thu accompanying 11lu ''r
    the failure. -
    yet man a
    tnitlci, Gentleman
    any n Country i
    DUCK Sh00TING.I correspondent' It I I" low and has one Don't we-p) over n bad crop. Get siiii/nu ISLAXI), Ofi'''' LOX ISfASH. N Y

    WS side your laud r"udy and now again. ---_ .- -- .. i
    side should-fIN
    ; and JISHINQ. open. This open -- -- ---
    r the quarter from which cold rain arc You eau conquer your cares more

    u -ccA : ,. Rates: $2 r>0 per day. least" likely'to come, the direction vary quickly If you do not continually 'uL'rf': 1V.EallhansetHouse and '
    t Cottages.
    $10 and $12 per week' ing in different" parts of the country.A a long Catw.

    1s 1 .. Whatever you may have In your
    -- -- -- purse, carry hope iu your heart audIPt'IIi1
    1i i JACKSONVILLE.; I It freely.There SHELTER ISLAM, OFF I.ONU INLAND. N. Y.

    ,I I'i ( U no hInIII1IMt laughter, my OPENED JUNK :aOTII! 1{ M.; r'1

    i INDSOR HOTEL . friend. You are here on earth and entitled Two und ouo-'|Uiirtor hours from S'ew.oL'k via Long Inland R. R. Health.
    \ to Its suushlno.Wluit fully situated oa MiiKnllloent bay, 'amid bountiful soenery. IS-liole I Rolf links. ;d
    JACKSONVILLE'S:: FINEST AND FLORIDA'S fortunes ore wasted by men New York Yacht Tliib station No malaria. XauiOHqiiUoon. 1'urn water +
    r LARGEST!: AND WEST: YEA.I--HOlJN) HOTEL. who to Dry atmosphere. Drives, and groves, boating twilling' fishing/ dancing, ;
    and are Htruggllitg
    t \ woolen : bountiful muslo hall, electric lights/ Otis elevators, suites with baths, etc.
    know I hone who are hardly wOI.tllknlwltil.t
    > For terms and Illustrated' pamphlet ariiirrss 'Lj .
    a.
    ,", Keep: ) on trimming/ your lumps tillIng ROHERTJMUHRAY, Manager MitnhiuiHet House( helter laliind, S'. Y. 1

    / your sell tugging/, and pegging, --- _n
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    ttwuy. You never can tell when the t t1h

    PADDOCK: SHED. ineswiwr" /: of micees. will come. ]F"'C>:R. S.A.LE.Hotel1N'ith ,

    I, No floor is requlnnl. thus saving much Schoultllulltt'r. 1 a
    S"N I
    I lumber." The numerous windows are"
    I TO Cl'IlK<<: ': A COLD IN ONE I)AV '
    be
    with shutters to
    provided drop kept Seven Cottages and 10'
    0 open as shown thus affording free entrance Take Laxative Hromo Quinine Tablets.
    to air, but keeping out rain. If All druggists! refund the money if It falls Acres of La.nd. I L
    , such a building wore located near theotl'ler to cure. E. W. rove's signature! 'is on ,I
    each box. :2.:ctH.
    farm buildings/ It would make an

    admirable winter shod for sheep, the, TliVhll* Mitn In Africa

    windows being cloned, or a winter storage "The footprint' of the white man 1 I.*.

    - place for farm machinery the like the footprint of the elephant,"

    front being cloned In with lapped says u Swnzl native-proverb; "It re-
    ..1 rite ..a a
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    boarding. mains In the ground.

    When such a building la located In Another proverb: "White men are

    the pasture the t'attleIn ho taught to like and yet unlike quails. When you

    come to It at night/ by giving an occasional see one In your country yon will Boon

    i DGE A CULLEN3, OWNERS AND PROPRIETORS. feed of grain there.: In this way see n flock. Hut the quails leave you

    -,-a- -_. -- they will have Immediate shelter It a again tho white, men never."
    sudden shower occurs In the night. v1sa

    Moreover, much manure will thus be 'nmlurlalllr Note.
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    II OVAL HOTEL JACKSONVILLE FLA. saved, which can be drawn away toI "So Mr. Smilax told you his heart i .d G M 4!w i t' ItItMa 'w
    I 1 Pw !4 4;4 +! 4'F M Y
    tho, fields. or piled up rotted and spread" was broken when you refused him, ;

    evenly over the pasture hind. As the I aid Maud."Yen \ .

    manure Is. dropped by rattle in the pasture ," answered l Mamie.! r'
    It la of but little benefit to the sol, "The Impudence of him to offer me t ;

    Opposite postofflce. Centrally located. Thoroughly: repair od and renovated. as If Is all In one pot, killing the ICrlllOIIRDlll't'ndl'rltlg damaged /goods the next dll-'VI\Ah.! T '' f' its' ld
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    unpalatable to rattle the ington r:ar. :.. ::._ r"V/ "

    Newly'fnrniahedthroughout. Liberally conducted, '? rank grass that grows nliout its edge 'KI0( UCWI\r.t 114 1 no.
    for Bl''eralf'IUIL thereafter. Sheep enrich .
    Tho readers' of this. will be
    paper
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    the land they feed upon but the
    Rates $2.50 I per day and up. pleased to learn that there Is nt least one I
    manure dropped by cattle in a pasture
    dreaded disease that science has boon
    B. W. SPERRY, Proprietor. Is very largely wasted.CASSAVA able to cure In all Its singes/ and that Is. Located, SARNO, three quitters of a mile south of EAU UALLIE FLORIA //r,

    I -- catarrh, nl II'II Catarrh Cure Is the on. [) on the Kuu Oullle River less than half it mile from' the Indian River, and two 1 ,

    FOR HOGS. ly positive euro known to the medical nd a half miles. from tlio Ocean. The property Is. two hundred_ miles south of ,
    fraternity. Catarrh being constitution 1
    Too Carbo.aeeo.a-For Orowlnsr PI*.. al disease. requires aconstltiitlonal treatment I 'iioksonvllle, on tlio Florida, Kant: Const Railway, with the Railroad Station adotnlug .
    ESTMORELAND HOTEL West Bay and Cedar Streets.JACKSONVILLE feed DarloB Fattenleer. /Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally the property HnlMIng< eructed In I ISlii), anal(sauna of them Iiavo never ,

    FLA. Nearly every one who grows cassava acting directly upon the blood boon oouupled, the original owner Imvlng died a few month after their completion. 'I

    uses It to a greater or lens extent fo'eedlng and noons surfaces of the system, The hotel was opened for about two months prior to the owner' death, and t
    i American plan. Centrally located. Just built and opened hogs. In Home canes the hog thereby' destroying the foundation of bILK not been used since All the buildings were erected. In the! mod substantial
    and the
    the disease !giving patient manner and are now In excellent condition The hotel and I
    cottages are completely :
    this season. Fine cooking and good table. Hot and Cold Water are turned Into the Held and allowed to strength by building up! the constitution
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    furnished, and 1 very little of the furniture' linn ever been used There are two
    gather the whole crop for' themselves and assisting' : nature In doing Its work
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    artesian wells twenty cisterns connected, with sewer etc. '
    Baths, Elevator, eto. Five minutes from any wharf or depot. All tad while this method" Is very siitlsfac I The proprietors, have no much faith In 1
    tory so far as the fattening of the hog Its curative powers that they olTor One The property cost the original owner 'IMOO street cars the door. Rates Hundred Dollars for any case that it The above cut fairly represents the property.For .
    pass $2.00 to $2.50 per day. II concerned It Is not the most economical
    falls to cure. :Send for list of te tI monl. particulars apply to or address,
    toed roots pulled
    as many are A Co. Toledo EZRA!: K. HATCH/ D. L. UAULDKN WM. A. WARNOCK j
    ,,1M.dllreIl8 1' J. Cheney 4' "
    Mrs. A. J. WALKER ,
    Proprietor. out of the ground amt left where theysoon O. Sold! by druggists, 7":>.,. Hall's( Caretaker ou 'prernlsnM' Attorney'for" Owner, l II Agent fur Owner, t.f: )[ 1, .
    -- -- decay. Where the supply of root (Family Tills are the best Kuu Oallie Floilda. Tllunvlllu.Jr'la. JamalcJa, X, T j _
    Is not considerably greater than can be! rfTr1: "

    SBAnnEI used to advantage It Is much the better f -__ :'<< 'J: J

    I plan to dig them nnd" feed only as test j ... .
    : : 81 they are eutcn. In every field where 'I

    lie Clarendon Inn UHHiiva bus been grown there are always I J .. r'.
    SEABREEZE, FLA. many broken roots left In the I .' :

    ground after the crop' baIL been gath ;

    Bred and these will soon be found by ,
    OPEN THROUGHOUT THE YEAR. \ : "
    V hogs when they are" turned Into the J '
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    FICIUJc the Sea. Entirely remodeled, refurnished and under new |miinnge- field; but, excepting In such eases. It U .
    seldom a good practlcu to allow the ;t;
    ment Best Northern Service. Special! rates by the week and for the season. bogs' to do the harvesting. .' (
    'F;.
    'I l
    Clarendon Ion buses meet all trains at Daytona Station. Address the Claron- While there In less waste when the 1'1 \ 11

    lon Inn, Seabreeze, Florida. E. L. POTTER, Prop.C. roots are shoed or chopped before feed : ANEW INIVENTION.a; i
    log, hogs do not become! choked, na cut ;
    II. KNAPPE, Mgr.q. tie soiuetluiex do, when fed on whole A ,

    -- roots. 00 the cutting la not ewsentlal to '
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    OLDSEARREEZE, GOOOALL, FLA. ufety. Recently Patented all Over the World. ,: ;
    Cassava Is too carbonaceous to be the .

    best" feed for growing pigs and when t ,
    fed to such animals should always be ( a

    "\he Seaside Inn OLD SEABREEZE, mixed with shorts bruit pens or some The Walton 1
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    I II OOODALL, P. O. other nitrogenous food which will furnish ) .

    material for bone and muscle. r ( 1
    (Is now open for the summer 1U'1\.on. under the) management of the When fed on tin exclusive diet of cassn

    "wner, HORACE F. STEWART. Handsome antI new, situated oo va hogs fatten" very rapidly and noon 'I Self-Locking Tackle Block
    become too fat for making tile.t'ry
    [Daytona Beach the hotel Is modern Iii'all with
    Its appointments, 1111'geLlry quality of pork while their growth "
    pleasant rooms overlooking the ocean and opposite Keatlng's IIJe"t slow and unsatisfactory. When Mude"' In various slmpns'" sad stirs, of F

    a..!no and Pier. The surf bathing; In unexcelled. Terms moderate. the bogs have the run of u field of c.'OW'p'a WOO II, IliON mid RItONZJ.Vlll: ,. (t I' .I
    I velvet beuim or peanut they will work I' 'iully melt with rope, chain. nr +
    HORACE F. STEWART, Owner and Manager
    secure so much nitrogenous food that wire rope.

    they may safely lie given all the cassava 1.., Will work at any height, upside down,

    .TENS IN. they will, eat. Hogs' eat It greedily horizontally, or at arty angle, and will ,
    and prefer It to corn when both are I Jf
    stop and. luck II any point.

    L JENSEN FLA. placed before then Invaluable for every kind of business 1
    FRESCO IIOTE G Many feeders use cassava exclusively
    where block js needed 1
    of Belt frf"lu'ntly"av.,
    i Center Pineapple during the fattening J period after
    I L"UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT. 'S,1 the animals have reached sufficient Inn tIP, labor of one man or more.

    the' size and find It very satisfactory. The :Nothing like It fur hanging or stretchIng ,

    the ) prettiest location OD Indian River. Large, beautiful grounds. Near pork Is very white In color, of floe flavor circa s
    cean. Fine Fishing and Hunting. Term reasonable. Letters and l
    Telegrams : and though/ perhaps not quite so Address all communication to the v
    attention.
    reserving rooms will\ receive prompt
    firm as that from corn fed bogs Is
    JOHN S. PARK, Owner and Proprietor. much more firm and shrinks less In Walton SelMockiog Block Co, '

    -- ------- -- e {
    animals fattened
    -- from
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    (orporated.) (
    WEST PALM: IIIACif.E on cowpeas or peanuts. When
    Ofllceaod Wardroom 401 Atlantic Ave.q .
    kept for a considerable time on cassava ,
    i..I feed alone It Is better to make half the q Near Howe's Wharf, Elevated Station '' .;

    tl.E PARK COTTAGE > WEST: PALM BEACH, FLA. feed of corn or rice bran during the y tlL.I 01 .IiOSTUN, MA:'(. t.. !r '
    last two or three weeks before butch

    ering though this Is hardly Decennary : Sample Blocks can be Hen at the AlVOOATK ... ,t ) III i1fe (

    vow Open. Under when they have the run of a good pas office, Tltusvllle; and at the store 111
    new management. ture.-8. M. Trscy. __ of K. U. Jlubbard Co., Jacksonville. /(. r
    Overlook Lake Worth. Call and see these blocks working. 1

    Tae Aral Kaek aad Klek.r. .
    -ansieat Rates, $2 to 2.00 per day. Where farmers take pride In their The following, outlet' hundreds, are a sample of the testimonials received by the Walton Pfelt-Locking Block Co. t 1

    Rates. business respect It and themselves, M lllwkcoa Street, Raton,Jaa.lft. I 1'JfKI.W.IoLT..I'I..L.J..IfLnr. _
    Weekly
    Special they are pretty sure to be men of consequence / nyTLiiMKn I :! -You rwiM..(u'0..1>il|as coa-I..e.n bon.... rvpnrt MRS. IDA B. BRUNER, Proprietress. In the community and to find! would say w9 hSY aim*! diffflrenc kinds ttt Mocks. la eat f ou>rT, nn ant elevated( truck, hfriatlnif and Lowering tnnn ono floor Co .n..tb..r.Ste. ,LI,'4 4w.
    value. Think of have given the Walton IWtlf Isirklnf' lilix-k a pretty pnateal\\ ,.nQ and IL.,,. tho mom rtllitiUamt beet block of this kind' w. have ever ..-.
    . their properties of .. .. ., and lbaa know that lnt have found what w Lave tat'
    -- 11*a C. 'ln* ntl"n.and < are glui to give! you this' n".lr nor phuea at w years
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    this when tempted to run down farming been Bantlnic for. Van can n** ibis nolle* in any wry yea |il..>*. '
    NEW YORIC and exalt other lines of business. Yuan very truly' J. DUNCAN: ft: CO.
    1
    Remember that every knocker and W..LT II".J..,........Btxvil: "ft. I'
    kicker In the community Is hurting the tltxri.**.*:About two wwt. ago I Bret ....d from boa s 1'.lr.of I 'la. Mlf-l
    tel) .value of bis own property and every time I am to fla-l rxport'1)to..,the I am eonipany very moth If I r..undhea pi.an.il. wih rat I ll I lufaetory.''re and nnd tb..I...,.... Ju.t rlKht all tlw.tln* and ,In av.ry pine.. They sit certainly what *.vCry .. '
    Marlborough enthusiast /Is helping It. There Is BO tiuininela, who ttmn any rue for.bl<,,,t*. a
    f. P. R'>WBIL
    Teen truly' ,
    reason why good farm land should not healer' In Oraln and llullilr (nuppllm'' Newport.X. II.
    be still more vslosble hereafter. Our -
    Broadway 36th and 37th Streets, NEW TORE. ,.... .. ... frNai.eltLOeaCO.RnetnsMa.: *. i
    Inc naing nptdly. ;
    U >, & i
    401)) &.7O>
    Rooms 200 bath entirely with electric light. Conducted urban population O"JlTL&II"lo-W. 'urell..... flI Jon stet 01.1.( Inch alt,Incktna' t...... tilock wltb rope t..at. rib,. is,.an" ...".(Ina them a flr ut cad
    011 American room Lighted managed uDder the personal and the area available to feed It 1* not .m well pl..a.. Supervision! of the owner and.European plans, and II enlarging In a corresponding dcree naeefl.y. "Ibe7.">op.rl<>r' (anjrtblog( w.I1..er BMd 0*...o tor a.Ddllal) ( heavy ltUWi*/ .wl..l. ,and fROVIato.V nnlckly: In nnr i-OMPAXT.aror*. i,

    Eo S. CROWELL, )onager.; Kational! Btockinao. l-.r' W.t. KxiauT, Traaurr, Boston. l






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    r EAST COAST ADVOCATE, SEPTEMBER 4. 1903.

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    EX-PRESIDENT- -- CLEVELAND SCHOOL CONSOLIDATION.- Robbins & Graham GIncorporated. WINSTON S. BRANNING. FREDERICK, : \! )RC


    AND FISHING. CKOHOIAXA, F/.A. f4t>pt. 1. IM .
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    lln.A.XNINGIORGA::
    An AhVOCATK: revlf.T sends UII tb.lul. E/ilL" Kitut Count lllwfule: PAID UP CAPITAL 25,000.0a: ,

    v I lowing Nepotism was guarded as a politic; This own
    company
    f That lie was much pleaNml with tbe sin, daring$ Grant's administration, b, I|

    i,lac., that the fishing was line and that all good Democrats. Now has the thin(I I LAN17S, ::: ,
    he bawl( come for rest and recreation wn changed Its nature, or have Democrat Fir Insurance Agent
    all that nx-PresUlent Grover Clevelan, changed thelr's or doe the thing: teas In the Indian River Country; On the !St.

    would' gay to reporters who In. .(led the to be sin when applied toschootofliclali Lucia Itlver at New River and on Ba,
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    of the ex-president nJonnpli not consulted aDd
    rliifO CON..M.MMTCA.UuNwERSmrcouEUE secluded retreat' While the people are
    r OH 1000
    JelTemon' tho other day are treated.. man treats tbe dumb al Blscayne. Price to call the times. Titusville, Fla.

    He ducked a snapshot, and absolute!,. mal, yet after all, nothing can be don Send for Land Llat.I .
    refusal tfl any anything .1.! .. Mr. Jefeison without their money they pay: the tax .
    OF MEDICINE 8SB8BKMCPIClNEPtHTISTRYPHARMACY wait" more affable and while be but remember, they think and criticism Office at Tltusvtlle\ and Miami, Fla. ---
    wouldn't I"e, for I picture was ,,1/110"/ will follow retribution also-this Is toe. I I I

    i.1Get..a a TIAGM/w. M txo. that anything else in sight/ might be vetable it ls right/ that It be so.- Ilea Representing: KepreimnThe I.j:

    cwtwaoou.' _,,.wNNIIAUtI, remarks these: "'rhe) think !
    Iflnrmuu. taken. such : as Meat Market
    beIng East Coast The Liverpool A London it: Globe Pennsylvani |I.. .
    Meddybumps! lake comes very near say, and do IM he says-no mind of the!lr '.. '.
    -- In the tip-end of the United tttatei. own. 'He works them as a man work The
    Georgia home
    Co. ,
    umI' ; and from the upper end of the sheet u! his mule or ox and the people are treal- G. F. DUBEN, Agent. Insurance [In.ranwc! ..

    Jr water a walk of less than an hour would l ed the same.' 'This thing is wrong aDd > i i The Hartford Fire Insurance Co. The Rochester-Gem If r,I !?,,?,r c,
    bring/ one to the Canadian line. To read the people are uneasy; they: look forward< C' c:>

    JKWKLKKS ASH b11VEHMMITI1 the luke one must drive about 18 mile( to the time when they shall shake oft t.:.>..>. --- The/Etna Insurance Co. Norwich Union Fire !iii?. '
    over rough roah.1011"] Island Is then this member of petty tyranny: : 'It Is net- C'-t sa.c : ocietl)
    41! Wont liny "tttrent t:>> Continental Fire Insurance Co. Northern Assurance ,
    quite a long row out In the lake. then economical Dot safe." :> The ( ( ,[ E 0(.
    JACKSONVILLE: KLnitlOA. lake' Is undoubtedly one drive the team -
    Meddybemps 'A drunkard I. to tp|/ s: -
    Largest stock In this unction! of oountrjKstabllsliiid of the prettiest bodies of water In tile take our children to and from school.' p The Home,Insurance Co., of N. Y. Home Life Insurance c ,f yOermania .r

    ) In 18H8. state of Maine and although only I sever We are taxed to toot till bills and If "e> 4eri The Phenlz Fire Insurance Co. Life
    and miles wide its cur. > Insurance f'?
    four ,
    Bond for descriptive catalogue. mile long/ fall they: tell us out.
    face' Is dotted with M I Islands. Much remarks are not pleasant to hear. C33FLORIDA The FIreman' Fund Insurance Co. Union Casualty 4: Surety coIn
    --- ---- Moss Island almost In tbe center of Many cannot go In this way and for sucl "een '"

    ANHEUSER BUSCH the lake Is a charming spot not more a poor school Is better than Done fo -
    ..THE than 2UO yards. In length and Is owner them. sa.: C'a
    b l y Theodore B. Alien,of New York, Oul One of the things that hurt many I II ; the above list of Fire Insurance After the Fire

    Brewing Asso's.. 11 III and Hoba Hound, Fla., who retired the location of the school building ti TITUSVILLE, .,
    from active business some years ago which the cblldren are tube brought fo Companies, we have agency for ALL

    The cottages in which Mr. and Mrs. Allen their iducatlon. The place should be a
    r.iiiiMi a HI. Mills K"K .n"l Hoi& l and the Cleveland party ate. stopping, clean one and morally wholesome. .....ES! eEYr +. the strongest in the world. Time- t

    fled Hear, are located on the upper end of the Island Set down along side of the open saloon tried and fire-t8stecllnluraDce. Overa

    and the view from the camps Is dollglitfiil. with it's contents, Is no pleasant though 2V p A
    .nd
    Hulrl by Mcimr r A,1Anley ; The camp at which Mr. Cleveland In the mind of those who regard moraliof i million dollars paid for losses from
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    It, f.. MothrwTltrl.vlllartt. and Mr. Jefferson are staying la the utmost weight In the education 01 I-j V' .

    i Hy Mr, It. I,. Molliiw,CIMIOS, V\\". owned by Charles; Jefferson, who Is an their children.To tD.,h. g Nw Jacksonville "by our Companies" 1
    annual visitor, like Mr. Allen. It Is of force the country people to rend tIN :' '
    JOSEPHZAPFSolo ample size an.IIII most comfortably tilted their children Intoplace. where the mor in twenty days time.
    and enticing placeforepend. Is hurtful or without ...... CI) C
    up no more Invlronment go .. 0(
    r'I''I t log; a vacation can be found. Maine. school ala unpardonable crime, no matter N '' C) I'" I inN We predate past favors and respectfully "
    Agent. linn Lombard Muddyhnmps. la guiding what the motive Is. a
    i the JalTnrson party, while Billy Lombard Morality should always be regaideti,: H Zs ask for a continuance of -

    (110( to IUO: West liny Street( ,. who formerly ownod the Allen as the essential"' element In training the ;. ::: ..L4i co business.Do .
    x camps, looking" after the Interests ol children and cannot be neglected with I =, 00 W 'n; I your !

    ; JACKSONVILLE" FLA- Mr. Allen, who him boon on the Island any safety to himself his home, or the II : a ,
    r .-. for six month., and expects to remain state. ; ; not send away for Insurance, in ""IS

    nearly n month longer. An educated youth without morals In -c.. 'e" pct'p: and the ,
    MOTL0'7CT. : small know nothing The safe I'ontentimi bi
    XV. Ia. The lake Is teeming with fish, which a failure all around and Is only waiting some company you ;
    rise readily to the fly, hut the season 'In an opportunity to commit Home crime. ; ; about. tact; but if there is no' nmirum

    I G7 r'' j jI ji tell far advanced for this kind of lure, Much has been said against Sir: William M R'> I contents of the safe coves "Dly I.

    and the biggest/ ilsli are caught by deepwater \ Berkeley, who was Governor of No other agent can write you in part of your assete), the Mivlomolj]
    Home of the lake because of bin. I I i
    fishing. parts Vliglnla In Colonial days, A-., time may vanish within i few I,
    are very shallow, while In other 1,1I1cell opposition to free school but, one ;J" tj the I above companies I I In Tltunville or time. Insure with UH, protect yoirj

    Oil) foot of line may bu run out before bottom thought why he was no bitter came of ; .- I Ii and, In case of a fire loan, get CD']
    Is touched. the fact that Britain was dumping/ her \ surrounding country
    r.a feel
    The ex-Preshlen1! has been successful, educated criminals, called jail birds, on i "C > money to put you on your agtl
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    from the start on the fishing grounds.The the shores of that colony. They had nomorals d Remember this and we are sure Branning & Morga,

    I gamey; bans are biting freely and tho well educated at leant many 8 0 > v vrr
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    I) whim Mr. Cleveland had been lI.hIDa/ (i>f them and were let loose to practice ;: .. Z'Z there will be no policies issued only Fire and Life Insurance AgentiTITU&VILLE.
    II 1 I short time lu1'1IR11 quite u string. A 4iluiiindur their educated villainy: on the young colony. Io.. .. "
    Q the above firm. Patronize 1"1 A.
    "f w was landed after A lively play They had no morals-shall, \ we > by home
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    . and Inter two weighing each over two countenance any more that will breakdown .r.. H < -- -- --
    pounds, caught on at once and were soon the barriers of morality. If tbelaloon jfj; I
    floundering In the bottom of the boat. stands on a par with the school 7: W. I" 0o E. L. :E3e :c &:, :seO:

    tt Many white perch, claimed by some to is a legal Institution a veritable sinkhole .ZJ
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    few irr caught but these were mostly of Invlronmonls, what will be the moral "' GROCERIES GRAIN AND HAY AND ALL FOOD PROD

    inulll size, itate of our boys, If not our girls, as they ,
    Fine Liquors, Wines, Boers, Mr Cleveland is looking/ finely and appeared !trow older? Shall: we regard ourselves We handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agents for MATES FERTIL

    I I \ Ales, Stout Etc, to be enjoying perfect health. Innocent If we lend our aid and pay Ve deal exclusively the above line of goods and solicit the trade ,of all w
    suit of brown tweed and a to the rising GENERAL DIRECTORY. Grain and all Groceries delivered at your station
    F""Hend mo your outers, I lie l wears a our money degenerate: generation ers. Write us for prices on ,
    TITU.SVIl.LK and C.X-OA KLOIUDA.Hodgson ) ."H(, full hat of the same shade Is pulled ? No sane man or set of men E. L. BRADY;; BRO. TITU8VILI.E. KU
    : his face to keep the sun tolerated In locating school
    well down over \ Might to be u U. 8. SENATORS.
    t
    his while Hulling. educate the children from the country .
    frotn eyes .o .1. 1'.Tel leferro..IacKnoiivlll4I. .
    BI' ls.w The stay of I tin party Is uncertain. In places demoralizing In their ex- It. Mallory. rmmarola.
    r ( ------------ tenor: surroundings. Neither should. a -. 11). K COMJUKB9MKN. f W. CARROLL

    ROAD. town]' exert I'self to that end, unions It Robert W. 1)avle..... .. .I'ulatkaI. ,
    KAUUAI.LIK:, INDIAN IUVKU KLA.Marlun DADE COUNTY'S ROCK gleaned Itself up and frecxi. Itself from M. BiiArknmiit. TuinpaiVui : -Dealer In-.--.
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    Hallway, such nioiacontamination.. Darn any H. Lamar..OFFICE.n. :. MontlcefloU. FEED FRUIT AND YECETAEi l
    the withouti 8. LAND GROCERIES GRAIN
    Metropolis
    d{ Not all the H"I.lor".f >ue say town cannot be a town ,

    lenori\l Merchants\ nod .ship Chniullurs. lire uwufe of the iiinount of rock roads 1I11I.H'O and therefore It had bettor be a V.. H.It,(5,0.5teglter Kolilrmon.. .. . ....KouelvorOtlloBK ,.. Crockery Glass, and Tinware. Yonr Patronage! Solicited
    ..Hpwlal. KnollIIlux.. that hiivn been oonntructed Inca the licensed as an open\ saloon and we get the at I llameavllle, Florlila.KLOIUDA TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.
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    bontltid. need It thlnjc this over .
    3011 nty wan rov..nuo-we LF.dlHLATl.'RE.:
    t For Ilnulingut, Hioilng unil ImpairingV : Tim road In practically completed (tom ignln before saying It, that you may /C.I.. IXinlck Palm Hnacli .HnnatorV. .- --

    Yachts mid I Launch"*. Miami( to Koit Latiilerdnle' about :25 mow how It sounds before you try to be II. JIIIIHH, Tltunvlllu ... .RnpKHentativeEXKCIJTIVK ,, FACTORY
    t miles and to Larklns, south, about l It "latisflcd. Galnsvllle Is nut H large town'et DKl'.VUTMENT. INDIAN RIVER ICE
    Mmilluii the A"VIIUA'I'" wliiin writing.OH .
    mile*. It also runs' to Orange blade It is larger than any town In our Wm.8..I..n..h'KA. .. ..(ioveinor.
    -* west, about II I milers, with lI"v"I'allat"rlllIIn. lounty sod It has no saloons either 11"0'ret t. ('lay.(:rawt.oil ..Hucretary TreaHurrraniMH i ( StaMV. : TmrsVILLE: FLA. Stir

    .... Tbon ties' 'o Is the back road to or olen-It claims to \bu a clean town. .' V. II. Whltll hJ.... Atuirnoy-tianoral re prepared to furnish Ice in any quantity-Hacked or loose Special
    I Q1m4cnS 'locoanut drove loading off from the this the honor of having ono of the :, W. N.HlicutH. .. ....ttii|>t. ... ,limtructlDii. paid sacking for Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing is m) motto.
    ,
    t } !Jrangn (Undo road. There Is another itatu's Institution of learning! 1 located in It I. F.Mcl.tm.: .. CoinmlHHluu. .r Afrrtoiiltnre. T. T. WETMORE, Proprietor.
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    fI from; ; Miami 1 ( and by mid around tho golf Its midst. soil holds QUI the InducemeiiOH I I.kloiittu'ltiroril O.1'II.OiMHn Kuiiutr. .:. : ...AiljiitaiitCienaral.oltn Comptroller.: ; : .

    grounds and Allupaltah and buck to being a most suitable place to sum l .' Kratlfurd." ... ...liurve.r-4lene>
    Buena Vista, forming n circular drive; the children of the State too for I.helreducRtlol1. It. .:. It.iax. tltate Chcnilat. -.rTT"US'V"XJ.LE: : IaI'PLRY 15T113REiI
    Florida
    J,' another from a point north of the came. A. V. 1I1..CK.. Olllro at TallnhimMie.U'DOES
    t" ; to tho county hospital passing; Capt. SUPREME counT
    o tory
    ,I pessv.o llrnvo's and another stretch of t.H.M.liry .bier Juntlre.:: 1 AND SAGE (il all 8ADlII.l': ROft
    place, .
    AT FORT PIERCE. ':H. (" rtnr .A>m>clHte JiiHtlue.i.
    i some I 5 or U miles from Lomon City 1 to MARRIAGE ft. .'. Taylor.. .. "

    Orange Illdge. Those with some shorter KAILKOAI ('COMMISSION. ...HTABL 8... + BUGuTRN,

    $acs fd.J strotrht'S make about 71 or HO miles "The church bells are ringing .,HlTorsim II. llrowne, chAlnnan,...... Key WII.t, hl-RRETj
    SO south of New Klvor und the work Is being The village; Is gay lliiilKiin Hurr. Klver. BAGGAGE tl
    Cutter .,. M. Bryan. .. .. ..KlHxIiimiiHt.
    proMocuteil from Larklns on to And Sarah Is dressed. .
    " ..111..I..n."e"'lu.te / .
    clerk
    R. 43. Dunn TCRXOH'
    urn au.I eI Homo (t or 8 miles more. When thin lu her brightest: array ,. ....1 offices at TallaliiMHee. Kla. TRANSFER t' and l
    I,. pl aaee. a Is done thore will bo a continuous stretch She's wooed and she's won, CIRCI'IT cutntT. .

    f I of about 15: mlh In length from Fort And will not be a nun,*' llnorH.. Jones,Tlts.vIiIe.'lronltJndga. II A U r. lNG, E or C. all klmliJ.

    WQ10g' tfP Laudurdule, through Miami to Cutler.In Yes Miss Sarah J. Hill of Jensen J. l Orlando .rnmpriitlnir Attorney
    .
    Sprtiig'Norm-Fnnrth In Marrh.Vail
    Monday
    j. S ( the upper portion of the county the Andrew Horreimon of Fort & BRO
    j.I and Mr. f"rm-.u'th Mnnilay In (X'tnlxr.IWKVAKD M. OSBAN
    I," n! walk has been dona about two mlinanorth fierce, welt'Joined together In the holy fUUAilY Cl.rilT. TITU8VIt.t.E.Blick of Oeo. M, liobbins' office. pLOII

    of West I'alm Hunch and south tolloyuton bonds of matrimony by the Kev. I>rTompkles ,. t>. Fennev .. .. ... ... .., .,.Cm"t.JlltlK". .
    about \2 miles. This line Is -- -- -- -- --- ---- --
    :. of the Methodist church at l f)1. 1.. cdmlf1Jro15SI1oecisa being continued and will probably beoomploted Kt. Pierce, attherealdence of Mrs Carry A. A. Hutwart., ('unity Clerk;

    Lout/J/ this season to Delray or possible Thompson widow of the late T. V,. Spring| TftriiiApnonit Term-rtffonml Mon.lva In In hlxy.M.miser An. oat. Attention!

    to UocaKntonuor the lllllsboro. This Thompson. I frail T"rm-Hmviud Monday In Novrmlier.Winter Special
    would' 10"v.1atr"teh of some 18 or 20:. Quite a select party was present' I Terin-iuiiiil. Mnuilay, In February,

    $ > HY JOHN( It. WAI.KEH.co.., miles to oonnact the two ends and this mostly relatives of the two parties and a COUNTY BC1IOOL HOARD.

    Tltusvllle, Kla." will tm finished as soon as fund are most enjoyable time was hail. by all. R.I'; ':. Mime, Superintendent..Itonaventnre. OIVKN TO MAIL ORDERS FORlarclware -
    available With that done' the main line Miss Hill has, boon staying with Mrs. MAintwmt J M. Iktinii, chairman., TltuNvllle;
    --- -- north of Palm R.-I. Andrews, Cocoa J. K eultzxpnicellulf|
    from u point two tulles Thompson for a few months and while ) Glassw
    Harry W. lliehards. Beech to Cutler would be M miles IonIC.I there, was captured ss a bride by the COUNTY ("()MM IASIONEIts.: Tinware, Crockery,
    I Tbe new stool bridge: at Miami costing fortunate Mr. SorronHen and Mrs. .1. R. Walker, .chairman Tltunrllle; John R.
    In round number .11\.01111 has also IIIlot, Inillanolat, K- A. OmklliiK; Tllluian.;John
    ,- Thompson prevailed on tbe )'olUJICcouplo Jonen, Slay ttolt. White City. KvKulariMluti Harness and Stoves.
    bond funds.No .
    STUART, KLOIUUA, Iwou built out of tho to have the marriage; under her are j.i'ai.t Monday in iuub. muntn..
    '. county In Florida can mako such a hospitable roof and all were bountifullysupplied HRKVARU COUNTY OFFICERs.H.Venuey'rttnavtllet.County. Prom
    Marino Dry Dock. showing, and since ns has been truly with refreshments. A. .."tlif!. Tour stock Is Complete and We Can Fill Orders
    11.,101.. the prosperity and civilization! of a Miss Hill Is universally considered the U. L. ()..".
    community: are shown by: the roads we fairest of tho fair and yet her beauty\ ii .A... A. Stewart,,C.K"Tltumllle..., .. ..e..nnt.I'lerk.Ansesmir., Son
    Machinist, and Stoam and (l.wi Klttor, with price to the reword F. Wooten Jas. Pritchard &
    point .
    may not her /greatest recommendation, for Hall.Tltir.vllla' I .Tax Ctiiiectnr.
    Agency: tor- our pauplu--Mlaml Metropolis. her easy temper and gentle{ loving manners 'f.h''I ;, Tltunvllle Treannrar.:
    ...
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    R. K. .Mlnu, Bonavontnre Bupt. I'ub. ln
    --- --- -- enlist the interest and friendship ol .,.O., Prim Tlii .*lll... ...County Survep.r. Pogtoffice Box 212,
    Chall. A. Strellngor Uasollna Knglnea.Rngino :3rrTO CLOTIUNO AND DUY(1OOD8 .J:a all who are fortunate enough to be J, 1'. Hrown.,Tliuivlllo. .. .... HherllT. .
    Norwood, Tlt\mvilla.. .R" latratlon Orticur. Flcrid
    MKItC11ANTSForItent thrown In her society and Mr. Soirensen W. t Titusville -
    : Hepillilng a Specialty. ,
    a Fine, Corner Brick Is to be envied by the many young men TITU8VIULK TOWN COt ClUIt.

    send Stamp for Catalogue.! Store In Tltusvlllo the county: who wish a beautiful and true wife. A. fm.t m.y.\\ Van Wnrley marshal and
    of llriwnrd on Indian I They will reside in Fort fierce and t" ...' ..,' miA. Jr.. clerk and tmiut.rvri .
    r---- town John Henry, tax a.i.eiiMnr" ; .1. R. Walker.
    River Suitable for clothing Immediately: moved Into one of Mr. Pitt- F. A. Morgan L. A. Hrady, I..J. Hall and J. L. Seeds For Summer Crops.s
    gents. fiirnlahlngs, dry good, mar's beautiful and convenient cottages! ,, I'ftrruther. oouncilmen The connrtl meatarctTuraUay
    elo. Kara ohanoo for a !good l and If tho parties keep their usual he. lth"pov..rty I. each month
    E. Vesey Hull, tip-to-date business man on Is nut apt lo enter In at the TITU8V1LLK BOARD OF TRADE.O. .

    7 the Kast: (mnt. ImmoillateposatiNNlon. door" "ami If tt does love Is not apt to M.Koliltlna,|>rmlileut. |; J. M.Dixon tress.rerJ.S.Sisal. r', AlDt'' '

    \ Full particulars jump out at the window." nlicht in.each awratary.month at Meets their iwconil.11","' ..Weiltatlay Millets\ Sorghums Soja Beans Velvet. Beans, Peanuts, C"afa*

    of Idea. M. Uobbins.Tltiisvllle, Mr*. Sorrenaeu still has two unmarried TREE: : ANn ACCKITKI: MASONrt.Indian :> Beggarweedclean./

    :.r1.i .. -tTITUSVILLE'S ) sisters' who attended 'the weddingand ; River. Lodge, No.DO holila Its nmttlnn CC1U" >>E.A.S:
    ::F
    e BoatbuilclerGKOKGIANA calculated make wives
    ; L are to good le Mtoond aid fourth rnday venlnin+ oC ea< for some worthy bachelors. at their ItMlire neon, Indian Silver hotel
    TRAINS. beautiful and useful .t T'J" o'clock p ... J. I-l'nltlt..no. W. M.IF. C"I"bIPPII. Clays: Wonderful Black Unknown Ladyfingers.stad. { '
    F Many: presents ,A.Mnrcan See'T.ORDER .. Stock; Lowest Prices. Conch Peon, 35c; per qt-
    were given the bride ami groom and ableselug
    of arrival : or EASTERN: STAR. peck; $435 bushel ,
    the times "t
    The following are all attended themtotheii Fern' '>
    Iron
    and of trains"to andIrons rrlenilahlp Chapter, :No. II, hnlu |ta nteotlnn Poultry Supplies, Stock Food Insecticides, Garden Too.s,
    departure pivsscngvr
    t KLA.Kxpert new home Mrs. Sorrenson must prevail In the Maimnla Lodge mom Tltimville. on the
    Tltusvllle\ : on her Liege Lord to ever patronize 0.5 Tn..".,. In earn month atSdOo'clock p. a.; L. CAMERON The Seed Store FU
    alit'Titaot'an. Coast favor .lid the third Tuesday In each month at 7:30 ,
    the "link Paper the F."'">t JACKSONVILLE
    -- 114 :
    ..clock p. .... Th. following arc the officers oflelmlce East Bay Street -
    a /M m
    for MI..IUI."eI I p .
    Typewriter Itopalring.Oliver .. .y. TII..ulll.lul.rtu.dlata pulps. at I lOMpm: Ita A TRUB "RIII: *. : loIn. I\. R.1I..h., worthy matron;
    Cftmittnra.worthy Mte
    Ir.! J.U patron; Kate
    IfnaTNMOND.v.Tltn.vlfet0ris.kaonvttl. "teWlU'C. Aa*'. Matron| M n. Ocrlmnmnr.iwretarvt .
    Typewrttera the standard UI- fA.. I 1:1:It sm raying.! Mr. J. M. I".n. Tntanunri Mr. all
    bl., MIDIt atlopted by an loading Itoimos sad Inwrniwllat poluia at I 1 iM phi ullui Kline,ConduetrMai. Miss 7.an.1I.r..n. Subscribe for the ADVOCATE and get
    W, Avobi !
    noa: ,1 KX ..m ie.o.Cnud'a.t Mr Hta. Ada: Mra
    only pArta, u Tltmavllleforamnranl -
    the .. I
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    country
    throughout Draylng: or hauling of all) lode promptly J.I- ICarrnthon. Rnthi Mr< (i.e. M. Rohblnitther
    a'e in.t orer l.Yttln; any other typewriter. ArrlvMTttuarlUa fnim ""Haufnrtt Ueo: p.m I attended to. Meets all trains. Bust,. ." Mra. r. A. Morgan. Martha; Mt* AI.I'b
    XVe kfotOlt la rpir..1<>nIlM you own U. -- -- -- lime, fclecta; Mn. John R, Walkrr. WanltrIT. ; week.
    Jnokaouvill JiT- Reading. notice ads on this pagra fleas promptly attended to 4 r. A. Morgan. Chaplain l.Mn. T. T. vr>t': News of the East Coast everytr.1'"T'
    (lrtvotTypewriter., FU. Exchange, ltv vents per line per weak. W. B. K.voLUU. TltusvllU. sore. Pentlnel;, Mr.Cbae.II. Walton, :Manual







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