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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: May 27, 1904
Publication Date: -1891
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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VOL., 38. NO. 11.. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. FRIDAY MAY Q7. 1OO4. PRICE, 5o.

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LOCAL NEWS Extra copies of the ADVOCATE are Special Sale at Kline's on Monday CONGRESSMAN DAVIS. DECORATION DAY. AMONG THE HOTELS.

printed weekly for free distribution
:May 30. -

And Topic of General Intercut. among hotels and people In the north Congressman Robt. W, Davis wife, It is earnestly requested by the few old The ADVOOATH Is now on file at all
the best hotels New York
city.
-The Grand Leap Tear Ball,that was SO INCH LINEN SUITINGS cool an1 child and nurse, arrived at the Indian soldiers that are left In the city, that all :

THE ADVOCATE to be given on Monday: next: for the benflt reasonable; shown In oxblood half River hotel Titusville Sunday aftet noon persons who wish to toe lh.it the beautiful Where to atop along tbe East Coast.
See list of hotel and boarding houses
'1.150 per annum In advance... of the Tltusvllle Orchestra, has been Indefinitely bleached and natural ; Imported to sell from Pulalka, to see a few friends. Congressman and simple ceremony of laying a on lat and 7th pages.

$1,00 six months postponed. at too" A yard ; Special. 2.V: Davis-who I. the popular i flower on the graves of those who have
Mr.' Fred F. Taylor owner of the Hotel -
,:a.OO per an. to foreign countries. FINE MERCERIZED ZEPYIIRS, 2it 1 candidate for Governor of 'Flol'Lda-ha. gone before should l not fall to be observed ,
SEND YOUR MACHINE WORK AND
I Rookledge and Indian River
i jy- Reading notice ads.. are ten cents orders for Hardware, Building Material ; Inch, solid tints of pink, blue and red' every confidence that the people of are requested l to moot, at the post hotel Plain'Tltusvllle\ $was; a on {
per line>> on this page. b Florida will elect him to the honored office of Tltusvllle before \0 a. m., on passenger
Absolutely fast colors can hardly *
Elc., to The Geo. H. Fernald ; Tuesday' northbound train en route to ,
-Mr*. Peter Nelson of South Tltnsvllle Hardware Co., Sanford, Fla. distinguished from silk. Nothing bet. position at the second primary and we Monday next, so that, the cuol of the day his summer home at Plerson Mich. lIe

gave an enjoyable children's party ter for tbe fashionable shirt waist. suits. sincerely hope they will give him a big may be enjoyed In going to the cemetery Mr.

:! ;yesterday afternoon.Mr. -Mr. W. J. Tucker of Fort Pierce Value 25c; Special lOo per yard. vote. We acknowledge a pleasant call and that those. who participate In was accompanied by Taylor.

1 J. T. Snell)! of Eau Gallic, was In was a southbound passenger Sunday, DAINTY WHITE GOODS, for less from the above gentleman, who with the I the exercises may return before noon. Take note of the ad. of the Aragonhotel

town a couple of days or BO this week after meeting with the State Democratic money than usually paid. rest of the party, returned to Palatka on I A Committee will be on hand at 7 a Jacksonville, which l 18 now open

attending County Court. I Executive Committee, In Jacksonville. INDIA LINOK, Jfci: Inch, regular price I Monday afternoon. m., at the vacant store next toMr., G. L.Mandevllle's under the.management/ of Mr. II. N. t

BANANAS PEACHES PLUMS and -Mr. and Mrs. William Hlndle, of 12fo; Special lOo per yard. jewelry store to receive O'Neal a very popular hotel man, who

Pin eapples at the F. E. C. Stand. Cocoa, were in town on Monday They ALSO ANOTHER LOT of the above -:Mr.\ Geo M. Bobbins was In Jacksonville 'flowers and as there has been so little formerly held the position of assistant'

"I -Judge A. D. Penney Is having! his returned Sunday from Jacksonville regular price :!:\o; Monday, lOo per :yard yesterday, attending to a law rain, It I I. hoped that all the ladles who manager Jacksonville of the woll-kribwn Duval hotel, i

residence painted white with green for where they had spent a week attending DOTTED SWISS Imported from St. case. have flowers and are willing; to donato

the window shatters. tae! meeting of the State Funeral Directors Gaul; dots \'arloullhe.: .., In white -Mr. J. A..Collins a member of the them, will save them to send to the committee -

and Embalmers Association. and all desirable colorings; worth 400. Tltusvllle Orchestra left, Yf''tord'1. for on Monday morning so that ESCAPE OF A CONVICT.

, -Mr. Orlando Quarterman.of Chester VENTILATING PACKING for PackIng per yard; special 200. Cocoa, to play with the Cocoa Orchestra there may he no possibility of any being -

i Shoals House of Refuge showed his genial I Pineapples and Perishable Fruit. ALSO ANOTHER LOT In white only; at a dance. I omitted of either the Blue or the Ora,. On Saturday last, the 9tst Instant, J.

countenance In town on Tuesday.The The committee will try to h" .. \Williams., a colored convict, escaped
worth : lOots. conveyances
25ct special, yard.
Fruit does not ; per I I of
Cheap ('Ieao. light. -M r. ,E. 1'. Poroher general agent: the of D. W. Monroe
from
>> Misses Nellie" and Alice Hatter ripen In transit. Write for p, rticulats COTTON VOILES New 1001, In plain the Indian. River A (Luke Worth Pineapple for all who denre) to go to the turpentine camp mite

of City Point after a pleasant! visit of and pi'Ices. Ventilating Packing Co., ', shades and handsome, effects; per Glowers' AasoclaiIon, left, Saturday cemetery and It la particularly requestedthat A fin ,. at Turnbull about seven he made
from Tltuftvllle. After escaping
i. several days with Mrs. Jos. P. Brown yard. 25ct: the Confederate: veterans will come :
ISO Fifth Avenue, New York. I lust, ,for Jacksonville) accompanied I removedhis
his to Ktlnmnaoo having
left for home on Sunday.Mr. WHITE MERCERIZED MADRAS, for bin A number were with us last year and way
-Miss. Eddie 'Geiger who has been by family.Mr. I expressed'. themselves a. feeling better convict gaib. \lie called at the shanty
f waists and shirt waist suits
Laurence C. )Moore of Roseland ; per
school II. Walton "who escorted his of colored and asked him for
" In teaching at Malabar all the winter pard, 19ctll.PUETTY for having: gone, and that the old bitterness a 01&0.
and Sundiv
spent part of Saturday left for her home at Green Cve8pI'Inlta FIGURED LAWNS!; suitable wife 'a* far as New YOI'k. on her way to I of the struggle had disappeared an bid paIr of overalls saying that a* itwss

town en route home from Jacksonville, on Sunday. Her Indian England to spend the summer with relatives a hot day working In the wood, he
many and that united In
for house drenses, children's dresses, we were a com mom
i had been meeting
Tie a
where attending '
Mver! friends will be pleased to bee her bus returned to Ins oiang groveat sorrow and a united. country. took otf ble trousers and hung It on a tree
etc., 10 yards 60ots.
I of the Shrlners. here next season. All mail order promptly filled for any Clifton. The committee requests that all) placesof and when he wentto; put It on, he found

-Mr. R. W. Rhodes, one of Miami's -Mr. O. K. Wood, of Stuart returned of the above good.. -Or. E. E. Rollins, who for the past business be closed from U to 11 I a. m., It had been stolen tie was last seen

leading merchants came \tip to Tltusrllle here, from his visit to Sanford on Saturday JULIUS KLINE, two weeks, has.. been enjoying a vacation on that day. F. M, TAVI.OH. making his way toward Osteen.

,, Sunday, to have a look at hi. last, and after spending several daysat Tltusvllle Fla. with relatives and friends at Jacksonville The following I I. a description of the o

j orange grove In the Tltuavllle hammock. the Sembler cottage be was yesterday and Green Cove Springs, returned BROWN RETURNS THANKS negro) Ago, 40 to 43 years; height fifl.

j He said the trees looked as If they badly joined by his daughter Miss Addle, '-Mrs. Grime came up from Cocoa home on Wednesday night, much bene- 1010,; weight about KlOlbs.' Black hair,

\ needed rain. and both left for Stuart on the afternoon yesterday, and Mr. Grimes joined her fitted by the rest from his professional, To the/ J'"tl'rll of llrftinnl County! ; eyes and complexion; broad forehead

-Mr. H. B. Mace, of the firm of John train. here on the soutbound train, to spendthe duties. Allow me to eatend to you. my heartfelt high cheek bones, large nose and sharp

R. Walker & Co. Titnsvllle left here, -A letter has lust been received by chin with few whisker on It; wear. No.
STOP AND LOOK Into the F. E. C. day. thanks for the excellent support :you
last for his home at Williams- that the consisting 10 shoe. Fond of liquor, and hangs
family ( -
Friday Major Taylor In for Governor of
Stand, Tltusvllle, and If not up to Mr. J. F. Mitchell and family of gave me my race
bridge N. Y., accompanied by Mr. L. F.McNulty. date, say so. of wife, daughter and two sous) of Florid" ; and although I was defeated I around.saloon.. ?

As usual, Mr. Mace will return Indianola.left, Friday last, for Jacksonville Lieut.-Col. Geo. I.e B. Drown U. S, A., am proud' of the 0,000 votes oast for me, A reward of f.V: ) Is for his capture
-Mr. P. A. McMillan candidate for where he Is assisting Mr. E. P.Porcuer .
': to Tltusvllle early la the fall. are to join him In the Philippines by the not one of which wss bought or unduly
County Assessor, arrived in town on general agent\ of the Indian DEATH AT TURNBULL.Mr. .
that sails from
transport Sheridan San Influenced In and [ desireto
-M. J. B. Conrad of Glen wood, was and office any.mtnuor;
Monday gave our a pleasantcall. River fc Lake Worth Plituapples Grow ...--
the callers at this office In Francisco" on June 1st. Col. Brown Is assure :you of my appreciation of
among pleasant Mr. McMillan says he will be er. Association.
who has
Joseph II. occupied
now ranking Lieut.*Colonel on the list, what of did toward the to- Crump
last like others any one you
Saturday and second and he to
on many the primary hopes get
WHEN YOU WISH TO DRIVE call looks for to Colonel the! position of bookkeeper for Mr.
and promotion by
: tal. Relieve me, I am as truly grateful
planked down his $1.00: for the ADVOCATK. the votes of all his old Brevard county
Mr. Conrad Is a prominent member frlen'ds. upon the Tltusvllle Livery at rear of the end of the :year.Forepaugh's as though I had been successful. I). W. Monroe lor several years, died at
Bobbins' law office for a stylish Turnbull on Friday, May 20th aged/ 8.1
up- C. M. Ihlowl'I.r .
of the East Coast Lumber & SupplyCo. A Sells' Droll far-famed
-Mr. Fred A.'Losley, after spending to-date rig. Leave your older for years. Deceased, who was a consumptive .
.Ix months or so In Jacksonville decided Shows are conceded to be the largest In from Cockrell Ga. for the
all kinds of double and 'ingle hauling. came a
BALL.There
LEAP YEAR .
ALL KINDS OF COOL DRINKS, also he had had enough of It. lie Is now Feed and sale stable specialty. the world. There are about 1,201: people benefit of his health. He leaves a' wife

Hop Ale something new and up-to- In Tltusvllle again and Is putting his J. M. OvnAN Tltusvllle Fla. connected with this mammoth concern and one daughter to mourn his loss.
will be a Leap Year Ball given
date, at the F. E. C. Stand Tltusvllle. saloon property In order, to re-open which recently showed In Boston and Deceased' remain were Interred at LaGrange
Fred thinks Tltusvllle '- Peter Nelson who has been In during that time the patronage was so lu tbe Opera House Tltusvllle, Wednesday -
-Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Felgel; and little about October. evening, June 1 1 for six weeks ,
Perth Amboy N J. orso that several occasion
great on. people
after all.
Is a pretty good place, the Rev JI. B. Gibbon conducted the
left here Sunday morning
girl Thelma Is expected In Titusvllle this week, to had to be .turned away. Mr. W. 11. Mo- to the ladles of Tltusvllle, Printed

tor Owen,borr>, Ky. Dr. Felgel said he PINEAPPLE GROWERS Pack ypur spend the summer with his wife and Farland and his son, Will who have programmes will be furnished for the burial service

was much pleased at the amount of dental Fruit In VENTILATING PACKING. family In South Tltusvllle.\ \ Captain been winter residents of Tltusvllle for occasion Grand March promptly at

work he had done at Tltusvllle and Preserves Pineapples and Insures bet- Nelson was present at the Sondergaard- many year., are connected with the 8'M::' p m. Vfuitlo will be furnished by A FLINCH PARTY.Mrs. .

other places on Indian River and he ter prices. Write for particulars to Lassen wedding at Keyport N. J., and above shows and called upon tbe Walton the (Southern Orchestra. All are cordially -

would return here early In the fall. the Ventilating Packing Co., 136 Fifth had the honor of giving the bride away. Self-Locking Block Co., at 401, At- Invited to attend.. Amlsslon free. E, E. Rollins gave a small, but
New York. H-4w enjoyable flinch party on Saturday night
-Mr. Cbas. B. Jefferson, Ron of that Avenue ; I lantlo avenue, Boston and was astonished W, /ri.JJHANNINO,
-The daughter of Mr. L. P. Deesz, of last. In honor of her cousin Miss Eddie
s\' [famous actor Mr. Joseph Jefferson was -Mrs. C. C. Curtis and family, of to find such it variety of locking 31annger1I ,
Titusvllle and Fulton N. Y., has just Geiger, of Green Cove Spring Bubtanclal -
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: was a passenger, Friday lattt, for Hobe : Jacksonville who are visiting Mrs. Cur- blocks. Mr. MoPUrland said r "We use
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refreshments followed the
finished a hard but successful examination gameof
: Sound to join his wife, mnther-in-law I tis' mother Mrs.Singleton: at LaGrange, I hundreds o? blocks In our shows, and I A STRAW RIDE.
flinch and all -
at the Emerson School of Oratory reported a very pluasant
. and sister-in-law. Mr. Jefferson said he will remain until November. Mr. Curtis have used blocks for a great many years, -
Boston and carried off the diplomaIn time.
expected to stay at lobe Sound for a will come down from Jacksonville to but the Walton blocks are, undoubtedly, On Monday evening nearly' every vehicle -
the face of all competition. She evidently
week or so, ere leaving for the north, as spend his summer vacation with his the bust of all; so also Is the antUfrlotion In town was brought/ Into requisitionfor Launch For Charter.

the weather was very pleasant here now. family at LaGrange. studied hard to get that diploma roiler-bearing sheave the best I have a straw ride to Prltchards, about -

After at their home atSandwlclr. In Button. The Walton blocks will four mile uouth of TltusiUe. Several
staying summer
the dental ever seen. By the hour day or trip. Apply at
Among!: first-clans
YaM for time they many ICE CREAM will be sold at the F. E be shown the United also went on lIoll back. Mr. Osban'sstables
a now throughout/ railroad wharf to TOM TVCKCV.JIlackNiiilth : .
which Boston I Is noted for is the
parlors ,
would go to their hunting camp at C. /Stand Tltusvllle, during the sea states bv Forepaugh's and Sells' Sbows. were cleared of all horses and
White Dental Parlor Washington street.
Meddybemps Maine with his father another. ) son. Get some, and If not.the best We return thank to Mr. MoFsrland for carriage tor the occasion. It was a and Machine Hhou.
One of the ADVOCATE staff recently saw
.. Notwithstanding the fact that say so, and your money will\ be returned courtesies .extended to the ADVOCATE'S beautiful moonlight night, and all who -
some work done at that dental office, by
Hobe Sound Is now Mr. Jefferson to while the went said they had l had an enjoyabletime. '
very quiet Dr. G. L. Putnam which does that you. Boston representative, visiting Blacksmith and Wheelwright Machine

enjoys, for he takes much Interest gentleman much credit. Dr. Putnam I Is -Take notice of the ad. of the Ocklo- above famous shows ___ __ Works and Hone Shoeing done In flrst-

In his fine orange and grapefruit registered In Massachusetts and has waha Nurseries on this page. Mr.' Con- GRAND BALL AT TITUSVILLE. class style. W. II. SWAIH A; Co.

groves at that place. practiced dentistry 22 years. We recommend ner, the owner of the nurseries has been To Orange Grower. -

our numerous New England known to us for many years, and we can The ball given In the Opera house, Launch For Sale.

John It. Walker &; CO'M. Special subscribers-when needing dental work fully recommend his citrus trees to tbe Under our plan we can save you moneyon Tltusvllle last Friday night was one of -

Sale-Slay 3O, t DO". done-to call upon Dr.: Putnam for they orange growers of the East Coast and your CITRUS TREKS, with the best the beat attended In a long while, and For sale at Neptune Fla., a II foot

will find at his office tlrst-class workmanship other parts of Florida. Read the ad. reputation behind them, as guarantee dancing wa continued until neatly I a. Glsss Cabin Cruising Launch Oft. 3ln.

moderate of their being true tfi name, up to size, m. Our local who was present draft. Has '
,1 and charges.One reporter beam; :2ln.() a new ((10OI)
Don't miss
, LACE CURTAIN SAr.E. -Mr. aod'Mr. T.. A. Brady and Park- anti clean, healthy and well rooted. said reported one ot the
everyone Rochester Gas Engine 24 horse power.
It. Rare chance 91en hurst Brady left here Friday last, for Our trees
Women are /grown on high pine most enjoyable dances of the mason Boat and engine In good order. Boat
Curtains worth 65e. this sale 5lc.h .
Lace Clarksvllle, Tenrj., wbere they were called land and suitable for
are transplanting
II.. .. M 61)0.i i Another dance took place in the Opera galley and toilet. Owner's reason for
5c. owing to the serious Illness of Miss Into kind of We have
soil. over
any
I .4 .1 1.25 D c. house on Wednesday ol"ht"{ which was selling', wants a !larger boat. Price,
Wanted for Picking, Sorting and Bessie who had charge of little
.. 1..0" 1.11 Bryan I 100,000 buds In stock and will give you fairly well attended.Flail 2000.
I II II 2.50" 1.80 Packing Peaches, Cantaloupes and Tomatoes Laurence Brady :Mias Bryan was suffering a liberal discount on orders for fall -- !-y
Also 10 b. Globe
a good p. Engine.
2.73 2.06 at our orchards In Baker and from an attack of la grippe to planting. There la nothing so good as Kent.
House lor
.. Price $350.Address( .
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.11. 3.73 Ladles'' Alachua counties. Good comfortable which she unfortunately succumbed on our CONNEirs PROLIFIC GRAPEFKU1T. -
Yates 1 Elword
either F. W. ,
Monday we also offer jrou any accommodation for living. Extensive Sunday. Min Bryan had many friendsIn .

Hat la our stock at FIRST COST. We shipping wUl begin about June the 1st Titnsvllle who will regret to learn of Write for our New Catalogue which At Grant, Fla. Address, Building Rochester, N. Y.; or Alex J.

furnish all tbe trimmings atcost and put Crops estimated to be from 75 to 100 her death. will be ready for delivery early In June. F. B. 8co in K:, Tltosvllle, Fla. Goode. Neptune Fta. 11-fit

them on In the most up-to-date style carloads. Write or apply to our office, Tn. OCKLAWAHA Nl'BXrHIEH
Wanted.A PHOTOGRAPH ENLARGING. H.
Man
gratis. 25, East Bay street, Jacksonville. Uartlner'A' flyers.Children's (0. W. Conner, Proprietor,) .
We have just received a large line of Griffin Florida Orchard Co., tf' Tangerine Fla. Brantley, of Altoona Fla., has appointed -

Shoes. Ladle you should see the "Try 11.4 Jacksonville Fla. man who can personally)) work and Miss Ester Lowery, of Titus-

Me" shoe at 200. It is strong In every Steel Wagons, large '1 83, manage a pineapple plantation on the villa, local agent for the Consolidated
rue Furniture Polish,drlequickly. 23c; For Hale at Georglana Florida. and Frame Co. of .
Chicago.All
part, graceful In every line, easy and Pineapple Crate ; Peninsula! opposite Malabar, on Indian Portrait ,
comfortable.The New Books-Deliverance, Bight of Way, River', Fla. lie roast thoroughly understand order given her for the enlarging

very latest In Belts for men, Swell We ean save you money on Pineapplecrates. Rebecca of Snnnybrook: Farm-others. I IS acre Improved land, centrally located pineapple culture picking and of photograph and framing of picture
White Cleaver for canvas shoes We. frontage of 14 rod on Indian River. attended to
line of neckwear. Write or call at the Write' as for price, delivered atyour packing; also proper method of fertilizing. will be promptly .
Large Brick Store.J. station Ladle's, MI...'., Children'., White Ox Contain fine young orange grove In Address, and work guaranteed. MU Lowerywill

B. WAUCM A CO.Tltusvllle W. A. MCBBYDAY CO., fords. Furniture Dry Good., Tracks.CHA bearing. Address, T. H. CHAMBKK, I H. C. 8'rAJ&CK.' be found at her bom at Sunbeam

Fla H-3t Palatka, Fla. *. A. GABDXKB, TUanl11e.l"la." him Georgians Fla. 12-4 Malabar, Fla. la suburb of Tltasvllle.
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HARDV"CLIMI3ING'ROSES. FAVORITE ''l.'L' ES.I TWO POPULAR ROSES. FOR MEMORIAL DAY. DO YOU GET UP
OSTRICH LOGIC.
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When and flowo ..t'' the nalb. 11._. Brant If vl and Very .._....f.lSTme. lore of t.. Bprlaisr FIow.r'. That WITH A LAME BACK ?
Row to Trim Tbem-Tb.lr. Decorativetae Are C3.or.Ur l'.e l.
I'I'J : flrowu .
Come Unnlly Vorletl
"When I can't there' is 'omm..IQII
danger !
are
on the K..h*..ii.b P.r.ol.. no In most
The lilies, with the extvptton of canS danger." That's the logic of the ostrich Abel Chatenay Is one of tbe Decoration or Memorial day. Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable.
In a paper rend before the AmericanRoue lldtim and exelonni. may be plantedto'ndvsntnge which hides its head and exposes its best roK"M ot. the Chicago! market and of the:states about May 3O U a happy i

J Hocicty at Its last meeting In IH November. Aurntum body to the hunter. There are not a It Is Increasing popularity each year.It time though It III accompanied by sad I Almost everybody who\ reads the newspapers

Philadelphia L. A. Martin presentedthe the bt'uutlf'il gold banded Illy of Ja few people who seem to have gone to prrnlnren strong straight stems and memories of love ones departed In Is sure to know of. the wonderful
Interesting Item about the ostrich to learn!' logic. The most
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following pan. IK bent .set ten or- twelve Inches dangerous enemies of humanity the every!' flower I Is perfect In form and battle alas In peace. It ls Dame Flora ( euros made by Dr.
the climbing varieties of hardy roses, are
deep! ; the ritbers from four to six inches enemies which can't be seen, the disease color. It In envy to STOW nnd very seldom who mates: It a happy time without Swamp-Root, i
ot which have of distinct L the
plenty
we whomMemorial; day would soon become great kidney liver
d'tp. The lunclfolluiit. or IlpeclolIlIlU breeding microbes which infect the mildews.! Plenty of ventilation
to suit one which are Lii and bladder
types every varieties ure perhaps tbe moat popular blood. It is harder to get the microbeout and a temperature of about 08 degrees a thing of tbe past l' It Is the remedy,
'! more and more used every year and, lilies grown us they are of easy culture of the blood than to keep it out, hut Above all things we want an abundance great medical -

can be employed for ornamentations und produce large flowers of dell Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery!' of flowers at this time and the triumph of the nineteenth -

on many part of the. garden where ; does both by purifying The answer t century; dis
I cote beauty on strong stems. qUl'8t1on.arllll."lI-\YhaU" lit covered after
other kinds of plants, would Mot be so the blood' years of
f Meehoa t
/ The lancifollum lilies Include album to this question as given by 11 scientific research by

effective or conspicuous: (whltP/.. rubruni (white shaded with / f it and then keeping will help any" one who In experiencinga II Dr. Kilmer, the eminent -
Thin .clusM of rose nmat be trimmed ,
/iure. dearth of suitable blossoms this kidney and blad-
are
sparingly, cutting only the lateral a.:1 condition when --- der specialist
eruptions!' on the year to be In better and Is
buck to one bud and preserving only skin, boils, pimples f next the day comes round.A wonderfully successful In promptly curing

the strong shoots to the height desired. sores or other ; correspondent from Washingtonstate lame back, kidney bladder uric acid trou

I. They are unsurpassed for covering old __, e. signs of impure I I ,, asks for a suitable list for that bles and Brlght's Disease which Is the worst

building, unsightly walls old tree, ":: -- ,'I 4 blood, use Doctor section. As tegnrda latitude a list form of kidney trouble.Dr.'Kllmer's .

some lonely rocks trellises arbors ..;. Pierce's GoldenMedical ZtOQ Swamp-Root is not rec.
: i screens and the much talked about 49\ AN ... _.,. Discov STMME. suitable for Maine should answer for ommended for everything but If you have kId.
-<: I but there are other considerations liver bladder trouble
'. .:: -.c."S. cry which will n Washington ney or It will be found
Think the
of effect that
pergolas.
'+ m,''. purify the blooda ; locally that may make a just the remedy ypu heed. I It has been tested
; could be obtained with the well known -a;," ._ --00: n d cure the: great difference between such" widely In so many ways In hospital work in private

Crimson Itnmblcr for covering the last eruptions which come from it. located points. Without referring to practice among; the helpless too poor to pur

named 1 If the branches or terns were "My blood wa a II out of order, and I had to mo any positive records Jt would be safe chase relief and has proved so successful In
arranged and tied In festoons on the 7jrLtLiUM to the doctor" writ* Mr*. James K. Mow, New every case that a special arrangement has
London, Manly Co., NC. lle ( to say that the earliest spring flowers been made which all
by readers of this
} BidetMany other purposes' can be : 'f.tr'el":: paper
cine which for such
helped me the would be timely" an Bridal
t' found In using this favorite climber to winter of 189 I got' worn than I hid ever been. who have not already tried It, may have a
My tonaila were. enlarged cud my neck swollen Wreath Bplropa! lilac. Splrtra van i sample bottle sent free by mail also a book i'd'
advantage. Other varieties of thU
<<
,'t popular .11 out of shape: my Ihront was gore and I could houttei, Deutzia gracllls and Exochor- telling more about Swamp-Root and how '
to
rose and equally beautiful. are: not cur. it. My husband went for the doctor \.
but he pave me no encouragement. He helped ABEL CHA.TBNAT. i find out if you have kidney or bladder trouble.
Aglala pale yellow; Claire Jaqulre, me a little but It did not owl attendedme da.Around Philadelphia snowballs and ; When writing mention reading this generous
beard re the requirements. The accomponyng -
nankeen; Electro yellow; Eupbrosyne, for twelve month., when I of a lady
this "'
whore conditionwas' like mine who wan taking el-gravlngs show the Chntenay. weigela are looked upon as the principal offer in paper and u
pink with white center; I'tiycbe; rosy medicine and was I send address to -
your He- flowers to be counted on In abundance your -
pink and crimson; Thalia white semi cured aunie of the medicine 1betkl The new rOMe Uncle John Is a sport Dr. Kilmer&Co..BlngitI1rtlll: Wif t ; }ftt"u !! :
In one week: I was .ble to do my cooking' wt.aJ ; rom Golden Gate and originated but some seasons they have .. .
double, without forgetting Philadelphia began taking the medicine t could, up.only hamton N. Y. The
Rambler, pegged down nnd growing a few minutes{ at a time and I could rent or Bleep bunt threo years ago. It is taking a finished blooming at the close of May regular fifty cent and Romeor ewemp...acorn
only little while at a time. My throat was to rent hold as a popular and successful and lilacs have long before disappeared dollar sizes are sold by all good
as a trailer. In standard or bush tlmea druggists.
ore at I could not even swallow sweet '
form they are equally'desirable and In milk and my tonaila were full of little eating ouimerctal rose. The new variety Is though In other places not
XtANCHrOliItm IlU HUM. ......... My left aide was swollen out of shape uore pink In color than Golden Gate much farther north lilacs are ,",en.
this will add much aud GENERAL DIRECTORY.
way diversity and I could h.rdtYfoot my breath. The doctor
color to Its environments.A rose! und spotted with deep red.) and aid T would not net well but three. bottles of nd unfolds Its petals on the order of Peonies and Iris come In about the.

Uii'lponione i-lcli lilood crimson heavily Dr. Werce'a Golden Medical Discovery. three llrkle std r.rlJenmakl. It Is a wou- same time us the ptvceJInsr. followedby
magnificent climbing rose not often bottloHof his Pellets'thre. |jottl .of Dr.. B Ke'a U. 8. SENATORS.J. !: .
seen as yet U. Carmine Ctllur, with spotted). ThPft-'lillcM' grow from two Catarrh Rented) and the use of nit avatar dUl klorful producer and has its parent Icutzlitft. und 'splruja: other than P.rallafern..-...JacVsnnvllKi.

.its bright foxy enrt' nine und large sin to four feet high and bloom In. August the work and cured me.** beaten on that score says the owner. those rn( t"'l anti l PTW-IC orange.Irvliit's : 8. it Mai lory, ... 1'ensacola.'

Kvi-ryboily; known the spleuilld tiger Dr. Pierre's 1'lennant Pellets cure con-' Uncle John which was named for the U. 8. CONURKSSMEN.:-
'
flowers. It does
gle not tall
grow as a* I I
lilies with their rich toned of scarletor stipatlon and itt consequences. renowned Chicago horticulturist Uncle Ruche AVnl'erscure Robert W. hay/N.Palatka. .
.ether varieties, but will grow perfectly 8 M. .
Hparkman
------ I Tampa.Win.
I' "veil against the north aide of n building orange fuihuon. allotted with black. i John Thorpe was awarded a special H. Lamar. .1tontlcelooU.
The thuu':)(Tjiliiitiiiin' ) I r.-i'S"' from lemon prize of $40 at the KHnmis City all kidney troubles, slop pain In the 8. LAND trYFICE.I I
tree and
or wall a
very grower TO BE GIVEN AWAY
{ bloomer color .to orange; red. ilnnnonl' Is a QUA exhibition u year ago.-Gardening. back make Ions of albumen In the urine H. 8. (.hullh.....,...... ...Register.
ThU BaadMmw Outfit, .0.1, I impossible and actually rebuild the Itacelvur.1Ofn '
The 'bow. Turk's BmbroltUry on Rood ma. W.n.R..bln.on..
Other varieties found perfectly hardy dark yellow. super or twill' ,..Ill'!I.niH0tl Iwilutely. lr*.or chkr"e. It(.....,... Hhiunken walls of the They es.at Gainesville Florida.
kidneys.
Is rod. thickly spot- of LrvKintlMttiiiiii, t.ntendw.I'lab l lna, ) with. Uollln'
add of different specie are: Queen of cap u deep orange *e'h 4x5 'In,.1 flahtty. CutUri: t Ant-hun for Mllur,ul.. I Tropical CTorfdau contain Just what Is wanted': to remove FLORIDA LEGISLATURE

the Prairies, deep rose and vigorous toil. 1 bookmark Co.vanuuai t Butter b.d."'.n..(tot for.b..1 collar. )..1 Autumn......m..I1.I.VM...and Writing! of Hade county f'IIand the disease heal the sOle pot and E. N. Piinlak 1'ttlm Hearh.... .. .... ..Senator.
LI 11 lirownll haH beautiful, flowers W II. Jones, Tttusvllle,.... ..Representative.EXECDTIVK .
ut n
Its New Yorker II. strengthen the whole 01 / They never
f grower Cottage, dark crimson veryrapid JlJU.D OYFER HELOwk lust fair in Rural can.:
of luiiiicnie ulxc.. : Inxldt- creamy white fall bill relief within few hours DEPARTMENT.Wm. :- .
grower; Climbing Clotilda Sou- E..OD n 'U11l11 says: From Hock ledge to g a
outside Mlin led oliocolnte purple. the native and cultivated and cure to stay cured Sold at i IiOo a .lennlnga! ... .. Oovcinor.
.pert, pure ivory white. b vegetation H.CIayCrawford ... Secretary of State.
Many others of either bushes or Most llllt'M prefer partial shade, and; begins to have a troplcnl appearance box: by Red Cross Thai macy W V. Knott.. Treasurer..lanim
should have 'ore 4t l H. Whlt ..ld.. Attorney-Oennral.
the tall sorter protection
climbing varieties of hardy roses' could 9dr and at Judlper It In decidedly so. The W. N. Sheat..Supt.. Public Instruction.B .

la added to the foregoing and useful from high wind cocoanut and mango are "Been on eVti'ryhand. ann Jose Scmle. E. Wrr.ln ..... Comrulsaloner Agriculture' ,
...... .. .
of the llllos Alunoi C'rnom. .. Comptroller.
in some way or other for the embellishment Although nearly ull! may ae ,, and the farther south one goes The San Jose scale has become wide J. Clifford R. Frier.AdjutantGeneral.John .

of the hardy garden as there he called hardy, a winter covering of w ,,1 the larger and more luxuriant they are. ly (115t"1Untn'1 1. in'l Its appearance Is Hrartford,.. ..... ...Burvej or-rteneral.
ashos or litter IH nn advantage R. E. an........... State Chemlat.
will always bo found !some! part of It Pineapple fields: are as common as undoubtedly fnr-'ltlar to ninny but others Offices at Tallalinaaee. Florldj.8UFRKMU .

e where something Is wanting,: and where t. those of potatoes In New York. On may flr 1 tho accompanying cut COUKf JUDGES

a bush!! trailing pillar or climbing rose Too Great A. Kistk. ( '- the drier lands where pine trees and useful In Identifying It, This shows M. H. Mbry..Chief Justice.

i would be Just the thing./ In almost every neighborhood someone scrub palmetto are the principal native F.". F.B..arter...........A\ool..teJu.tloe." "

ja* died from an attack of polio or cholera growths', the fruits. are planted. The RAILROAD'COMMISSIONERS.

I AN ORIENTAL FRUIT. morbus; often before medicine could I 'i orange does very well but I do not Jeffonnn M. Krowne, chairman.. ... Key; West.'
be procured or a physician summoned.A think the grade of fruit 1 III quite as high : R. Hudson River.
reliable remedy for these diseases .'. M. llryan. .... .. .......Klnnlmmefl.
TI.. Dollelonaand Popular L.leh* of as a little further north but the pome- R. C. Dunn olurk. .... .. .MAdiaon.Hewiquarteni .
should be hand. risk Is
kept at The tno
I India and China.. lo-often called grape! fruit-Is at its .and offices at Tallahassee. Via.
great for anyone to take. Chamberlain'sDollo
Our horticulturists are scouring the Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy '6bo NEW' IDEA best. The show of botb oranges and r CIRCUIT COURT.
1.
Minor 8. Jones Tltn.vlllel.......Circuit Jud,"".
world for all things good and Womasa'. MallaaineI. pomeloea at the. talt I
over hILt undoubtedly saved the live of mule was excellent especially J. I>. lieffgR Orlandn.Froeecutin,.. Attorney
N 1 seeking to naturalize them. All sorts people and relieved more tufTerli.g and I....without.weptlon. ft.....M> ent mir.vtn. .p..IIUIIod. of the 'latter, Kumquats. Bprlmr Term-Fourth Monday: In Marrb.
It U in uithorftv on all' mattvn pertain' In' tt to dos andcnntalni
of foreign and tropical fruits are becoming pain than anyother medicine In use It tli* taint and nttwt (.rnutlcal aIn:l to t* lmndanywh.r.In which are dainty little oranges, were Fall ferm Fourth Monday In Ktotwr.

better known In our large city jan always be depended upon. For sale at. moderate lhe..'maifavlna......*..the N world..w. IDKA I If you WOMAN wUhtofr, .| MAO M well' shown in quart berry, baskets, and the BREVARD COlJ,! 'l-Y COURT.
by all druggists and medicine dealers. .,N.I"a P..|||.. n.*...U.... Farh Irma. contain Illuitra A. n. Tenriev.. .County Jndgi)
markets. In view of this fad for foreign done .In colon.' It trite. ...'all tuhlvcta hitcvwninff to display' was fine. Great clusters of co- .

dainties the render may find Jbe women nrt and In. w.their will horn enter''If.your. Sand aur, >,crl....|>.tlon n.m.h.t to-day ore. y.with ur,and Mc coanuts were hung about the building I). L.A.Oaulden.y.Proeecuting Btxwart.. ... County Attorney.A. Clerk..

lichee Interesting, as here portrayed. A FIELD FOR WOMEN. mall.1... the Bmlfoldery" t)uti.t shown .110... blended with their giant ostrich plume- Spring Term-Second Monday in May.
H*Mir t*_...*.Ihlf Hr whtS yea writ. Summer T.rm-8econdl\lond.., In Au ult.
The lichee Is oue of the most popularof raw inca ITJBLlHKMfg 00..all Broadway.ItawTorkj like leaves. There were some guavas Fall Term-Second !Monday In November.

Indian fruits, and travelers report A. Fruit' Growera. LatiitlBeaip O... melon pl\p"wa8. anonns. pineapples winter Term-Second Monday In February.;

; It as one n? the most delicious everff d...... and Fur....... and many other tropical fruits i- COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD.

I The class of '03 at Amherst Agricultural WATERING HOUSE PLANTS. but os It was the off season tot IIhown'l R. E. Minn, Bupc rlntendent.Bona ventnre.Member .
*! J M. Dixon ebalrman.Tltuseille
college held one woman among A's BverxilHr QuentJow Anawereil by these and entirely so for the R. N. Andrews, Cocoa j J. K k ultn.Sprnoeblnff.' )

e ate twenty-seven graduates Mrs. Sara a I'jactlc.l .'....n'.n.The and avocado they could not be seen at COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.

1 '''E'EII'El B. Folsom of lloHton. She came off first iiuestlou naked t>y the uaInltlateil all. These two latter fruits are of the J. R. Walker' ('halrman. TltusTllle) John R.
with flying colors having captured the most easy culture beret the trees being Mint Indlaiiolat; R. A. C'onkllnn, Tllluian}John
plant la "How often C. Jonea,Quay J. F. Hell, white City. Regular I
grower ECTIO.-J or A LIMB THICKLY COVERED i
l Cwt of :-.0 for excellence found growing on farm village
or
prize $ general every sessions, are held first Monday in each ruonto. I
BAN JOMK BOALB CNLAHOBD.
does It need to be watered? The person WITH
I lot In luxuriance and their fruitIs i iI. BREVARD COUNTY OFFICERS. I

I who says, ""-atl"r It every day or of the most substantial and delicious I the scale enlarged two diameters and A.D. Penney Tltuavllle.County' ; Jlldc!!

every other day" In not your friend character thickly covering an apple limb. On D. UGauidan. Tltu.vUI.I.. ........ Pros AU y.
A.A. !Stewart TltuavlUe... .....County Clerk
and the of the
!
You Call give the baby drink at regular apples pears presence J. 11'. Wooten,Cocoa...Tax Amiessor.
"This Is no time for fun and laughter; : scale Is Ucnled; by a bright red ring. E. W. JlorJl.T tunUl".. .. (:Xillector. t
Intervals, but lie wf'atber.-the atmosphere 'Us the cold' grey; dawn of the morning after.'' like which surrounds tbe place John Henry, Titu.Tllle,... .. Treasurer.
) spot R. E. Mhos, Bonavertlira .. Supt. !
and temperature of a room If 1'ub. Inat.
IY II There will be no "morning after I Vrbere the sen to* ore attached to the J. f>. Fries, 'rl'tlsvllls.. Court* Surveyor. 4
I vary so much that no such rule can beapplll'tJ. you will carry a box of California Prune i fruit. The scales' measure' -commonly J. P. Brown Tllnavllla. ,;.. ........,..? ,Shfrlir. I
I. to watering house plutits. Thedifferent Wafers and take a few before going to : about one: slkteenth of an Inch In ,W. 8. Norwood, Titim lile. .Rerlstrailon! Officer.TITVBVILLK .
\ bed. They will Hx: you all right/ and ; : TOWN COUXCIL.
families of plants ohm In
vary diameter H badlyInfested' ; orchard '
tone you up'before breakfast 100 wafer O. A. """"t.mayor; Van 'Worloy marshal and J
some requiring\ n wetter and some a 25c, Red Cross Pharmacy. they completely cover the trunk and tax collector: R. It. Mmls, jr., clork and treaii.nnrt .

drier root environment than others, re. ..''''--p-- branches giving them a grayish mealy John Henry, tax onMHnor. : J. R. Walker
T F.A.l\lorKan. L.A.Hratly !'. ;/. MHI! and J. L.
J. Scott Amerlcun
i plies Qardenliitf. jippeafnnce. t'arrnthera. councilmen The council meet
.sari ;wwr flrtt Tuesday In each month.
1 InDIGESTION'"I
Qil broad l'rlucplt.vLel1! .. you strike California Prune Wafers. TITUSVILLIT HOARD OF TRADE. I

the pot sharply with your thumb null G. M. Robhln..r.-IoI.oI. ; 1. M. Dlxtin" '', treasnrer '
J.O. Rott, serretary. Meeta aecond Wednesday
t Are made from the fresh California
t or any other hard Implement and the night lu each mouth .at their room.
sound Is sharp null clear the plant was trbhblad with af. iD- fruit used all over the land to cool and r"
FREE!: AND ACCEPTED MASONS.
sob trouble. refresh the stomach and
and
Tbedford's
t Bi ck- Intestines
needs water; If dull It Is. wet cnoush. Indian River Lodge Ho.90.holda lu "
meetlngntha
Draught
S8 did me more good' to keep the bowels active. The most
XS | Again, take! !some of the dirt from the In one week than.all tbe doc Invalid second and fourth Friday evening, of each
delicate take these
I TBS L1CUBK:, i k. JC-SI HiW' pot and squeeze It between your lingers tor's medicine I took. in a can wafers .month ac their 'lodge. room, Indian River hotelat
; for constipation. Indigestion and all liver 7 an o'clock' 1' m. J. L.Carrulhera, W l.j
I tasted. T.hll t lichee is of the size and! e m : and thumb If It feels soft and spongy year1MBS.: SARAH K. and bowel troubles without fear of F.A. Morgan 8..c'y.ORDER .
BIIIRPIELD EUetUvllle Ind.
form of a large plum with a rough, e, or adheres .together it needs no water, giiping or pain. They act gently but OF EASTERN STAR.

thin, Bcnlo-llko rind, which while the + but If It falls apnrt: then give It"a good ThetJford'mack!Draught surely stimulate digestion and hasten Friendship Chapter No. It, )holds irs meeting
the tree Is J when quickly invigorates the the passage and absorption of food re In the Maaonio Lodge room. TltlinTllle on the
It. fruit Is hanging ripe upon watering. Mark we say "a good airbon nntTuesdav In eiwh month ."3JIDO'ol': ' of a beautiful rod tinge, but gradually watering" we tlo not menu two table- .of thee stomach and freshingtllewholebody. 100 wafers 2i>o. the third Tnnnlnv In each month a f.1:00o.cl..k
MIU BAUA K. FOI-H01I. cures ven'chronio( cases of Red Cross Pharmacy p. m. The following\ are the officers of
becomes of a dull brown color a short poonfula, but us much 119 a teacupful ''nil tb. Mnt.B.It.
ill-"Uon. If will 'odg"l! WIlHun worthy matron)
time after being gathered. The pulp given by the MasBncliunetts! Society to a six Inch pot null lucre or loss according take a small dose you of The4- Mr.J. U Carrdthera. Worthy patron ; Mlar Kara

resembles the white of a plover's egg i'or the Promotion of Agriculture, the! to size of the pot Experience fortTs Black rau0ht> occasionally The ben th.it weutly laid an egg; I, Stewart Secretary A.; .Mr-.). Matron J. ::11.; Vlaon.Mrs. M Treasurer A. ScrlmgBcmri Mn.

,\ and contains in Its center a stone. In William Honker .special prize of $33 after all, 1s the best teacher and w* you will keep your the top of a tree nnd proceeded bntcn Julius Kline: ,Conductions; !M Ins. /nndle Stewart,

the best varieties the atone is very for the bout method of dairy farm fertilising all hare' more or fewer failures until stomach and liver in per- It out had! evidently: cttight; the moden Asso.. ComEs.; Mrs. oat.. W. Sonble Ada. ; Mn.J. .
L. .
Carnuhors, Ruth; Mrs M. Robbins,
small comparatively, und in this respect and the 11. Vonherff (New we learn. 'f oct condition disease of doiiix; : tou( & .:nonplace) things It. E.tl're'rlMr' F. A. Morgan Martha j Miss Aleph

the fruit produced on different York) prl>t. of $15 for the beat handlingof The keeping of Louse, plants In Saucers utuixual am: MMisudoual ways. Mr.Mlmo F.,Klertaj A., Morgan, 11(...(John' ".. R.;Walker T.Warder T. 'Wet-)

t trees varies much. The Chinese suffer fertiliser on eras land Is necessary for cloanllnetM"" but as more, Sentinel'; 1\1 r.Cbalt. H.'WAlton. Mamh'-'.

t the fruit to dry till It becomes black So fur Mm. FpUoui's l attention has soon as the water has soaked through THEDFORD'5 ----- -- ------ ----.-.------- -- ___ -

1 and shriveled In' which condition It appears been 1'lvl"I'bII."Oy: to the raising> of the saucer should be euipthnl. The hole sic.r 0:
c =: 4M s. : : rz
t to be very palatable to the entire fancy stock and poultry. She believes In the bottom of the pot I Is not 'only left BIACK-DRAUOHT\ .. c c

population. there are big 'pportimttles for women for drainage; It N also meant for an air 517 slew. Biy st.. JACKSONVILLE. '. FLA.

fI In dairying and tIJ'lrkPtiftnlt'nhl/ !: near passage. All roots mast\ have a free!

To drove the Carmnt. lar.,.. vltloH. In the culture of nuts, supply of oxygen! and ttinl.'ss\\, there be a 1

Currants delight In a cool moist soil. small fruit .and tbe finer lmpro\od free! circulation of sir the supply of More sickness is caused! by I

While many growers place them five variety of vPjt.tlblell Mr Folsom be- oxygen will be restrlctetl and consequent o. constipation than by any I FULL

feet each way some prefer to have (loves enterprising' women have a great/ growth retimleiV" (Having thta\ other disease. Thedford'g

them BX! or seven feet between the future. Mrs. Fol.H6in also urges III nt- In view. It I I.* well to rah, the bottom Black-Draught not only relieves -

rows. For the first your or two after sego gardening, and forestry as adapted of the pot above the sain IT a little' by constipation but cures

: planting tbe currants require but little to large estates us particularly well standing! It on a few plows of broken diarrhoea and dysentery and EXPRESS EXPRESS

care In pruning, except ;o cut back the united to feminine study. With the pot or any other\ materialGKEATLY keeps the bowels regular.' PREPAID u PRE PAAID

s new shoots about one-half and If very practical training that many a farmer's I _

thick to remove!' the weaker" ones. As daughter gets at home and u course Ina ALAltMKD All drnmrlata Mil j /.

r the fruit I... borne upon the old canes good agricultural: college: or school of By a Pralat nt Cough: / but I'ermitnenllT. 36-eent packages."Thedford's. / /

there should be In each hill at least forestry there Is no. reason why a woman Cored>yCr.am>B.rt&ln'. Cough Remedy. Black- e64tS

fire or six fruiting .stalks which, should not win speedy recognition I Mr. n. P. Burbage .a student at law Draught i. the bent medicine ,. ..nsa F ,

I should be allowed to remnln until four In such a profession.-New York Tribune. In Oreenvlll, S. C., had been troubled to regulate the bowels

'or live years old. when they should be for four or five years with -ontluuous I have ever used."- MRS.
'. cough which he says, "greiuly alarmedme A. M. GRANT Sneads I
removed and new canes provided to i f i--t
causing me to fear I was in the first Ferry. N, C. !
take their place." Aa the :vine* get older Opnaccures stage of consumption." Mr Burbage

1 the annual pruning Will\ consist> In .
cold In 94 hours. If have having seen Chamberlain's rough Remedy tl t '
a :you
tbe removal of one or two of the old la grippe cold neuralgia or headache a advertised, concluded to try It. Now DftN[RCD foi r Z

v, E i cane and the thinning out of all surplus few Opaitc Tablets will cure you to stay read what he say of It : "I I soon felt .a COI1STIPAT1oflFOLEYSl01ETA2wTAR

t. :rt shoots. One or two new shoots cured. Mbey are a great tonic, better remarkable change and after using two $ J2t9

should be allowed to remain to take than Quinine or Morphine and do not bottle of the twenty-five: cent size, was

, the place of the old ones that are r. effect the heart. Price 23o at Red Cross permanently currd. Sold by all druggists -
and medicine dealers
'inoved.-BaJley. Pharmacy. Agent for the l>abat Brewing Co
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Professional Cards.X and weeks. This may or may 'not ; OIHIIC| ICIdiiey' Troubles

I It's. :: have iioiue hearing on the cne.MoClenabnn *'ur... r Cult In tt: llowin.l me ennlly relieved antI cured la the be-

EO. M. BOBBINS :, : got bis. team out and l Ili) )nu nclio cad teel level I...li, one or ultiiilittf, but as the disease grows insavriliy

e All's Fair boll them In practice at every available tM<> U.|>HHc I'lblvis ere |.iw>., limit you we must find a more potent

ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR \ hour of the- day He hail to do ervd. silo'' t..ue uv the Rel.m' xbd drive uiniHly llrre II where Irving' Buchu ,

the best he could He could not tell uutallt"Vriieh. sympows. Iutl' take VVafeiH excel as a> mire Of course they

AT-LAW. them why. But they worked, for they qolulnv,; Op<4HO U M tunic w"" hlch dues viva q..luk. relief but more than that
they give s mire. and lasting cure. They
Will practice, In State and United States Bu W. H. OSBORNE were after the 1.000 and the applause ,, a.'ltult"III OpwMO Is a|>.small eriocoUle coated tablet &IMinlUvvly>uilf) the blood. Bold at GIla

Court. For of the community. They worked H box by Red Cross Phsrnoncy.
sad I..ultllu a bi>.. Ittid Cnss1'ba.fiuau
...Copyright. 1003. by T. C. MvClure. Masterson. on the- contrary gave bis
: Office at TrruaviiXK:, FLA.. ,), A :Modes riche. Story.
team a rest Everybody wondered ..
---- We
were tlshlng on one of the Keswrck -
why, but Masterson was vxnr, and
OAULDEN, MUa Betty IVnnlnjjton w.. a bit too they left him, alone. Now, :Muxterfton How Mr. .>..... Wit Saved HIM. hikes i gun spring and our catch
D.
young and a I lilt too buoyant and she was the graduate of n college whoM One day a Jolly old |M>llcitu was bud been "IIOI'mou.bont 3 o'clockIn

ATTORNKY-AT-LAYir. ; bad had 'too many clinm-rs to think name U a household Wtrt1I colleewlllt'h walking on the shore of a land when the afternoon we' beard a peculiar

too seriously' of marrying. She bud l.".I l be commie across'" Mr. Bullfrog. "Hello." noise on the dank of.the lake like tearIng ,

at Will Florida practice,and the all United the Courts States Courts.of the state .i. :::: You! the youth of Frankfort Plains merry football'bftttle field with another every f.ill.college uponwhich online sued he "jou'n Just the fellow I was of root. So wn went to Investigate!

I chase. There wns not perhaps a mini, looking for. My I stomach. reminds me and on Hearing the shore were stirpriced
battle bangs the Interest of million
l
: 1.0 Box.230. TrrUBVlLLB. FLA. ao eligible man who had not made *. It Invariably the game of the that It Is IIt..mtlhlllt'r time, and! there I to .had ti large black bear dig/

love to her or who had not attempted U no one that 1 chunk rather have ging up the ground to bent nine of a

'\- }4. J. WEBB. It. Hut she bad KM thorn on and then .year Hut this college> team standsup present ut my meals than you air" 1 I kind. We lay low to- watch, and what
be defeated
to : ":(( 'I'tlI'on occnxion. .
-bail sent themoff.. They went 1 And he chuckled to himself. do you think he was doing Why, he
I hlmxelf
A ATTORNEY T-LA W Mastcrnon had oncemlccmed
There was too much humor In Mix* "You don't Intend to t'a tOIl', do was digging/ worms, and after puttingnice
It by, kicking a goal from the
q Will practice In the Courts of the 7th Betty too much of wit ami laughter/ flelil. Mastered thought of this college )'oar' asked the frog anxiously. fat angleworms/ on each of his

Circuit. Taxes paid for non-residents DRINK...... ............ to make them essny n second time proposal. ( tcnnr!which bowed lo none other ""-ell. that was the calculation I forepaws ho-ventured out In the lakeon

and rents and acooiints.oolleatad.TrrusTiLLK \ One by one they aloud rv;ecle>l. than to Its successful rival was'" figuring\ on." replied the pellcuii. an old sunken log, put down hula

:, FLORIDA Miss Betty would merely toss her ".\11." muttered Mnntersori to him. "But I'm green." sold, l the frog. forefeet in the water and actuallyscooped

youthful head and laiitfh and laugh. 1It'lt. "is fair hi love" Then he wroteu "Uood Juk('." laiitfliod the pelican, out huge trout so thick and l
.
A D. PENNEY, and IIIUKU. letter lo limo captain of the college 'but I feel sure you're ripe." And putting fast that he almost darkened the sun. t1

Two of them however, would! not team. his long neck down quickly Mr. After awhile, thinking there was

down. :Sir. John wns on' IVIIciin scooped up Mr I Frog. enough fish", for us, Wit put an ounce
ATTO RNE Y-AT-L.A W Mnstjjion two
'r "Send uie one or !good men;
\ and Tommy McClennhiui' wns the oil As he reached. the pellciiu's great ball In bin bend. Tim 1k about fish!
lie ( ) it and
"There's ,1,11t In
wrote .
\, TITUSVILI-K, FLORIDA er. Ma ter on cluiiK to her with a pouch lime frog cried out "Oh. Mr IVI, Great heavens! There lay trout two
of
have the bigger It.
i you ran |IlIlrt
Will practice In all the courts of the 7th bulldoi tenacity lie did It because he I am uorklng for Hoiuethliig else. hail U-uu. let me ask you n riddle" feet deep on which two young cubs

had "Go on," sail ho. were /gorging themselves Well, we
Judicial Chcult. ninny of the clmnictwlatlcs of the!'
I want to win till 1:111I"h'L'I'nn.: -
:
bulldog Miss Betty would laugh lit / "Wh.v mile you like a cough drop/" skinned' that boar, and wishing. to secure
linn has two that I'm
or
u new man
Mastprson he asked" the fiOK.Milve the cubs alive, I., Just threw the 1
.A.. until Megan to gMIk.A:1I) "
FROST nfrald of. I won't hike chances. .
G. bearf-klu. over mo and got down on all
,\ then she would watch him rage and club It up ttl' ,1VC' tliiu mild"the
The president of the college '
fount, and I hone. cub followed me
storm with wide pollen
ATTORNKY-AT-LAW open| eye' .
with an on the Jl.lHKi. |mm<
THE GREAT eye "Because' you've' got a frog In right Into camp' thinking: It was mother .
all "Do that again I Hhe would suggest. your
Will practice in the Courts of thejth IT1'11..1.. and favorably too. Mnn- bear. The cubs IIICtpl'wl\Mlllold for
throat answered the frog.
''f Judicial Circuit. HEALTH DRINK. and Mnsterdon would loJt. He could tor mm. who had been to thU time That was more than :Mr. Pelican $::;::r f'I\ch. and the hide of the mother,
t not help it. He gntislird liU teeth with pomcvthiit uncertain how rubbed! his
9 1 TITUS vi ILK, FLORIDA. rngre. Hut he always ciiine buck. could xtaiid. He opened his. mouth andlaughed which was n very largo one, brought
luiiula with glee. The day arrived
i enough to kill himself mn :$40-not so bud n day's work. Oh
Tommy McC'lenaluin didn't cling to un.1 I the hour. MHH| Betty, IVnnlngton,
\ a. A. FKOST. WADic!: U. JoNEe.FROST '' : "IN THE GOOD MINN, Betty He simply! followed h, eyce
I
Wanted, made good bin escape. Well wo went buck the next day andbarreled
about. watching her with frank honest
A JONEs ", boiiiiuet made up of two sent
There sr" times when It I I. a good np twenty-foi"r barrels of the
OLD SUMMER TIME" "" ".. They walked the fields oneday to her by Mitstermm and :Mcc'lenahan.'
best of those
trout. The rest left
thing to know a Joke or two. Chattaunnirn were
t and Miss Betty !In a spirit of mixchief
the
was seated In the front row on
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE, Times., to rot In time sun. -Maine: Woods.
ran away from Tommy' She grand stand. Mnstcrsoii. come out and.
-
--
Loans and Collections. hadn't a ghost of a show ut that but looked the Held over and waved at

y TITUSVILMC FLORIDA. Tommy let her run until she was well Miss Betty. "My Betty" ho said to DR THACHER'SLiver

...e tired out; then with that easy spurt or blniNplf, :McClennhan did the snuie. / I ,

OTKI'HRV':: F. FOSTER : hi*, which has won him medal after The air was tilled with a vngtie unrest.. and BloodSyrup i

modal !In collegiate g'nmes. he sprang to The stnmlrt were tilled with strangers. I e r

ATTOI NEY.AT.tA W. her side and obeying a' sudden Impulse There wim nn air of mystery' nbnmil.Suddenly / / : ===== =

caught her !In hU arms. Ordl- n ifoor where the Frankfort 1'

lyal-UMcliuich Itulldlng Jux. 'IB" delicious, ret..e".111". unruly lie would not have dared to do iiuartwiM opened and elevenrunkfo't
M men were .
ETTO
,: JAC-KSONVII.I.K' FLA. e1 beverage. made from ripe'law thin, but there wan HoiuethliiNT about men tiled out clothed III the ," r CURES BY REMOVING THE CAUSEA

Miami", Betty's color and her spiirfcllu. color: All they runic 'across the Held. I A THRee.POLO REMEDY.ll lIIelllle I. Arse.U. .

NT a uuuviiAM, w. D. Palmetto Beriies. Absolutely freefrom eyes that Just inn do Tommy do It. there was MI gush from the Ignorantand ...".....,... A6U. /A. uKIrIre ant

"1-1 couldn't help It." he jrasped.Ami !: an uproarious Inugli/ from the
pernicious, harmful drugs. Mettns'tlmulattts Purifies the tal.eII.
then he stopped. For nhe I
SURGEON and SPECIALIST, was knowing. Suddenly a man on the
; the Liver fl
Ear, Nose nod Throat. expression that he had never seen be '. : lie cried. "Helmstacdtert". success for It I years, because they know Just what it contains. '

WEST PALM BEACH: FLORIOA.HOUGIITOVS ,, acts directly' on the bladder, fore. Tommy thought/ It wan worth Everybody looked and then liuzxaed!, The / ,.".../.. consists of Iluchu Hydrangea Mandrake Yellow' Dock,

while. He brnced himself and Dandelion Sarsaparilla, Oetitlau Senna and Iodide of PotaK \iuni.
Makes these spoke. of the team
organs! perform their func.tlons for time, first man Will
"U"tty-Bt'tty-Ul'tty', he Implored .. Any doctor or druggist will tel1'you that this is a scientific and reliable
none other than the funions quarterback combination of merit for all diseases having their origin in the Liver
DR In a natural' way tlieieby' keeping "I've nHked you now for the fifteenth great
of Masterson's alma uiator team
Kidneys or Blood. After years of experience and patient experiment. Ir.
,t( the ayatem In perfect and ;iienllhy COD.dltlon. time and I'm asking you agnln. Ican't lint the applause hail not died down Tuacher perfected the process of manufacture that It never falls to bring

{ FLOATING. DENTAL APAUl'MKNTHon hell It. You mint marry me. when n dozen men In the fleld-strnnKIMTS the expected relief when taken according to directions.

t the "Doutos," I won't take no for an answer." they were-went mad with excite Thousands of sick ones to whom life has been a burden have written grate

Miss' Betty drew )herself away She ment. "Knh! Knh! !Bab! Oulnco* fulletters of lhankt. arson Mifutiiuirrt. exit. IT, loot).
Now AT DAYTOXA.T7 still looked at "1 have .ufl.r,,il grestlrwith Indlfftitlon. rnn..llp.llo.., nUo a severe liver Irouble,
t Tommy McClenahan. town! Qulncetown! (Julnoe! they with .lo..of.ppetite.. Could nut r.it .Hal night j I..In r.et"lI.d no.n.r.y 1i>work or..tiit
--9'E--' 1-1 have promised :\lr.-1Jr. Masterson. yelled. And then everybody knew. wstk. .ro..nd. 1 felt Dk.I wit acklnt. a he.vy lord .,,<1. was easily ..h.u.ud unto
E. BUCK, she book Ur. 'I'.cll.r'' Liver ..... B ood ""rup. which helped m. almost from the area dew,
.
mild slowly, "that I would For not only IXeluistiimlier, hilt everyman When I 'had tak.n 0... and on..half bottle. felt Ilk. dlll.r.ot man cud 1 knew that
marry him" on the Frankfort team was none It w..dOle entirely to your m.dlrln.; lu..dInailthree bottle..nJtconsudermy.elf"
Stockton & Budd Dulldinir. MalnnSt., Sold the .. .perfectly. cur.... AI this tlm. my.. petit. I. goof. I deep well and feel strong and
.
touched her -
by- Tommy on arm. other than one of the regular (Juln refreshed on .riming ..n the morula. T.. L, aratru.I .

jMksourllla.JRooms 15: in( 17. "No-no. Betty," he exclaimed. "You town college teen disguise In Frank yew weed a mwffolno writ ,..rI." fur n ''r.. Mintllmltk .,. >."li end .I)..
Red Cross Pharmacy can't It." turned """*.'. i.tm." arfvi*. N'. tlmnlif ah yin I*try H
mean fort color Minn pale .
DENTIST. Betty ...........,........ ...*.....>.-C"o.I mil ilrugglttl.Medloinej oDa.ts.adefoO,
Crown and Bridge( Work.. Titusville, Fla. Miss Betty went ont> "Thnt I would! Mnsterson across the Held, smiled. Thacher Co., Chattanooga, T*>nn.Thniluir'f .
marry him !If bin. team the Prnniiforts. "All's fair" he imnuml lilmself.Another .
Porcelalq Inlays
won the tournament game at the coun door opened and Tommy .- --.. _. _.. .. t
Ilffclas8'Plate: work. -- - ----- --- ----- -- --- -- -----
'. ty fair. I111 be fair and square McClenuhun sti'ppwl out. The Wayside

-A. TRUSTWORTHY 11J1: TI.E. I Notice. Tommy I will go further. I promise team followed hlm-jpleven Wayside Lee &

) WANTED: lady, In each county to manage to marry, you If your team wins out snllw nrtc. They rushed<< 'Into the Bryant
buitlneMA for old ...tahll h.... lionaa of
an ,
TUB CIRCUIT COURT FUR and the No that's all. field pelliuell. Kverylnxly, realizing
olid flnaniial RtaxiHnir.. A HtraiKht. bona fide ',IN IM AND gets prize.: -no, v
weekly) rev of(18 oo nail by chrck each Mon. Ilrnvur\ County Klorlilu.! I won't discuss !t. You know what the trick that Masterson hnd played N. c.

des with advanced al expanse fnr. dlrent.".pen.from.... haailniiartora.Money Knolona adCbloaon .. John R. Walker, John R. Mint John ('. Jill..... I'll do and I shall do nothing else.." knew tbat the Wayside team were go- AsnE.vu.LE.

,; deaaedenvelope. JlIaI1..ger, IKK) Caxuin Kldg., rapacity R A.ConkilnKanil a. County hommnlr.iouers J:, K. llell. an and of liravarilCuuuty In their "But, Betty." pleaded Tommy McClenahan. -. IDle out to certain destruction. Not a Qcn.c1-a1 OOD1xn.1.: ra ion crohan.1; r.

Florida< "you-you know my, teamcan't word wns uttered, however until the

raMargaret win. It never has and it can'tnow. two teams began to line up. At that WK HOI.IUtT BIIIPMF.NTK'OP'-
Uood.To ..
FOLEYSHONET ." Instant however thn two teams gazed
Jllar"are.O..le and toall P"'FIUXTS: cc "V'lDG-ET.AJ3LES.: :
.toP.tla oowtf( .nd t .stl.lua e In or 11I0y1.l g Hen upon the IWMOIH following Intormte d.l ..-. Miss Betty smiled. "Then," rile said Into each other's faces and the Quince.town :,

prlbed' property to wit, that tract of I land lying archly "so much the better Tommy team blanched-and\ stopped back. -WE MAKE PROMPT RETURNS.ItkrgumEircxs .
In
liravaril pointy, Florida I I to wit: CoiuntmioInif -
of the where Ills north line or the.northeast quarter, torIr.: Masterson." ,Tommy said Then pandi'iiionluni broke loons : Battery Perk tank, AHlievllle, N O.? ; Bank of H ndemon,llle, lIer-,
north
wont 1nart..rof Hmitlon "Yalevarilf, Ynlevurdt! Yulevard!
!W a, (llan" 87 InrvnvrtN/: the water ll.Tc.wimlilp of Indian nothing further. He strode along by dersonvlile N, C \ Dunn !and! Ura.I"'reet' Commercial Agencies
River run thence west alouir' north line of nalil. her aide with bill Ilonllpon the cried half n hundred strangers.. Tim
.. .. .. .
"
-- --
mentlonedquarter. solos lOvlntlnit u> the wan. ground. whole stand arose and yelled. "Ynletvanl"

,line uhiliTUIonilna4 of.Mill. quarter<'luhaln; thence to run the rniuth M>uthwa along.t o the..rnarnf "It's the man whose team wins thegame. It cried And then everybody
the Bontluta of I for McC'Ichiihan bud MASON M. .CLAiE.K:
quarter the nort>iwa t said know Tommy
Tommy, she at parting
I lutrterof| edit| Heotliiu. II.. thence run east on ,
thaaubillvlRlon line III chain. *, iliauoa run north "By George" muttered Tommy tdhimself been kept ]Informed of certain things
. Seeds U: >-4 chain. thence east III oh Ina n ..re..r la.. toth by Miss Betty's small brother nail, had 110 and
I i" wai r.< of Indian River thanoa m nn>l._rlnir later, "she knew we couldn't j I Munuy Street 1(1(1( West Wtreet, NEW YORK
T
I Colt more-yield more- watoraeilira northwesterly. to th. print of win. I thought she liked me better profited acconllngly I, Tommy had
save experimenting- beginning l'tlnJr' about two aora.balonirliir cia'kmatel'lasterson for sure.
., i .>*e disappointment*. .S to R W.iJoutla.I | than to"The -
yeir the Standcrd Seed. And accordingly' the Yulevard team Fruit and Produce Commission Merchant.Florida
town of Frankfort Plains
!
Yon are hereby not.lflml ft ba and appear In was
t, Sold all decler .90.4
by
't Seed Annual postpaid free the Circuit Court In and for n..rd county the county sent of Frankfort county.. carried off Its share of the $1, .
to all 'leant*. "Inr..h>,at the l'lerk'e onlne upon rnla'tUy" in goodly portion of the gate receipts' ,
app ,June Iwinr the nth flavor. Juna A, It 111114. to Frankfort Haiti' was a fashionable.
D. M. FERRY & CO.. show wluti Intaravt yon have In the aliova tie*. residence place and tbe county fair And as the quincetown-Yalvvard ofll 81'ECIAr.TIEIi J
Detroit. Mich. "rlllfK1l..o.l.and to *hovaana. why 2u feet right dill game approaches It Is no wonder
,of way for a pnl In rout ihoulil not Im taken was one of tbe taehfo able events of
over aalil. loud a. prayed the HlalntllT. patl- that the odds. haw l>een fixed'ut 4 to
the year. J Indeed at all seasons (the 1'incupplcB Oranges Grapefruit
-- -- thin arced In thin "au..ltln te 41erk'a orllra lor I 1 un Yulflvnrd. for the Frankfort ,
the ana of the Plilntlrh .. a right of war for a I'lIth..tVaa. a lively place and the two
FOLEnHONEYAN TAR road I ala be forever bnrnxl.Orreil rinlns score wan 311 to O.
public or .
athletic clubs helped<< to make It a. .
I/'1 at the rierk'i office at TltniTllla 1 "You\ don't menu to say Miss Betty Extra-Early Beans and Vegetables.
1i .dUldreafe.f..re. .. .:)"'.e The two athletic clubs supported br
-- rrorlla, thl the l.lth day of April A. I). IUO4. ," said :Mastervon "that you would ,
Irrll'ot tbe pocketbook. of a few - ---- -- --- -- ---- -
"; (Neal i t Ct.) A. A. IITItW""".
The Largest- and Most Cora D L. (I"L'Ln..w. Clerk Circuit I'ourt.Att millionaires two good football teams.. let your marriage bang on the mere

', tor Complainant. ttluna-s The Franfort I'lalns club team was score of a game?" F. Ruh.lr.aar. & Co.
elate Establishment South.
.\ captained by John )Masterson Ksq, Miss Betty amU..J.Jr.. fair," aheanswered <

': GEO. S. HACKER &: SON MaMtera Hale.TTNDER and tbe \Vayslde Athletic club Master-team Uiii '_what. "You could asked,you expect me ?thirteen" :261 Washington ( NEW YORK

i by Tommy McClenanan. Later she lifted up her face to Tom M Murray Htreet. J N. Y.
IOn bud peopled his team with bulldogs
ANDWYVIRTI'BOFADKCRKKOr I my's to be kissed. "I knew ,you'd win'
U for rloiiura and *al'.entered In the circuit like himself; Mnsterson's team "
Court<< f. r tha lkveoth Judicial Clnmlt of bad Invariably won. Both men were I that game some way, she remarked.
r'orliU for Bia..r.l Lnnnty, in a aua therein She shuddered. "It would have been
....".lInlr.wherein John II. HiwmliRomnlalnani college graduates. The county fair I awful If hadn't"Tiers Oranges Pineapples
and William H. M|>len I is defendant I will will atpblleauction Judges. also by grace of the a farena Id ,you ,
l at the front door of the Vmrt e ,
Hnana ac TlluiTille.. Inrlila.on the nztb, day ..f pocketbooks bad offered this year a seek
June Iwo, between the hewn of II a. m. and H 91.0OO cash prize to the team that Is more In this section z nd.Florida, Fruits Our Specialty.We .

oath o'clovk. the p.land m., to(teicrllxxl the hichet| below. .and.,oreo heel much blililar tharaf for. won the footfall game In tbe county of the country than all other, dUeun, "s put

aa way l I.a naceanary hi ..tl.ry the dacraa. In fair tournament There was never any together and until the Pact. few years represent several of the largest shippers In your State, and wish to represent.
aid e.nee amounting to f2A. ".i>9 and Interest ate ,
per cant from May 3, I'.KH, and the ....et. or restriction as to what teams should "'supposed to be Incurablo. ,'or a also. Give us a trial shipment. {established 80 year4
.aid canes to be ta,red by the clerk of the court compete, but as the Wayside could (treat doctors pronounced It you ,.. ..
to wit the follnwlnt trarta of land .)ltnata I J ',, 'f Hrerarrt County, riorlila' via: Loa one (II, lick anything' In tbe county except tbe I local disease sod pre,crllM-d local remedies =
= two(:l.r,, and flee(5))of section thirty-are Frankfort and as tbe Frankfort could .
(M)and lot .1.l (III)of aaethin thtrty-ala, (;tIIlal/ Intownxblp and by constantly falling to :sure KHTAftLIflllKO: : 1810.
MANUFACTURERS OF thirty four((34.,*"uCb.ran (a forty (*) lick tbe Wayside there was little .1 with local treatment" pronounced It la-
ant, will eontalnlna IJO"V7 arran.P.O. doubt! which teams would play and curable. Sclrnca ha. catarrh tow
proven
Doors Sash, 'Blinds. <]&). M. RoBim. WALmx Hpeclal Master there was little doubt also which team \ a etinitlintlooal dleae. sod, ttere- M. Lane & Son

Solicitor lor Complainant would win.' In tbe midst of the preparation 'fore, requires constitutional: treatment!

| Moulding & Building Material! for tbe fair Mr. John Master- Hall's Catarrh Cure manufactured by F. ,
J. Cheney U the only
Miss IVnnington : Co., Toledo 0..
to Betty
Office Warerooms. King opposite Xotlce. son bad proposed and constitutional cure oo the market. It Is 250 WAHIIINOTOM *8TIIEET NEW YORK.
for the thirteenth time
: Cannon Street.Charleston faked Internally la doses from W> drops
Tommy had proposed for the fifteenth to a teaapt>oifol. It directly on the i

S. C. NOTICE to IS apply HEREBT: to the OIVEM Judge ot Till the Circuit I 1"-. time and 'her ultimatum had gone blood and raucous surfaces acts of the .,.. Southern Fruit and Produce

Court la and for Mravard County, Florida, forth. tern. They offer one hundred dollars for
on the 30th day of)lay. land or aa anno thereafter (arcane It fill Send. for cir .
Sash Weights Cord am aa practicable for a> llcaiwa to naoaca. Now It In Just .. well to state right' to cure .
take charge of and control all my property' her tbat Ml.s Betty bad a small culara and testimonial. Address,
M'a free dealer In every rannect brother who hated Mr. ilasterson and I .. F. J. CHENEY A CO., Toledo O. COrxl.XXJ.1.ss1.0rJ.: :: : :tMIorohat:1.: : toe
Hardware. lob Irr1IALDERMtN. W
J3T"
by
.--- who of Tommy McClena- druggists 7So.
J was a crony Hairs Family Tills the beet
are FLORIDA PINEAPPLES OUR SPECIALTY.
Window and Fancy Glas FOIEYSmDNEYCDREMakes: han's and that this small brother --
carried to the latter all the news he

A SPEOl LTY. Kidney* Mel B'ad.' .. Right I gathered during the) course of tbe days Du you sobMrioa for the ADVO-- ...TIC'I HteDcIU Cards aDd oar quotations furnished on application.




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ADVOCATE. MAY 27. 1904..
EAST COAST
_.t __ ,- ,
-. ..--- M. BROWN
WM. VicePresident.W. .
President -
JAMES. 1"B1T DAB ;

j EAST COAST ADVOCATE 'GUBERNATORIAL- CONTEST.. NAPOLEON B. BROWARDI :. S. BBANNINS Cashier.

JI ,I Most\ of readers know that I ,
our : INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK
{
.A WSBELT JOCBHAL DBTOTBD TO TBB' DBVBI the race for tbe governorship of GRABBER.
I In the second I as a LAND ,
; 0..11'1'' or TH. IVDIAII' arvBK, LAKBWOBTB Florida! prioiury U to : .
I.., \ AMD' BIMAV *'aA"'IIOTIOIIIII. oe run by N. B. Broward and itobt. COUNTY DEPOSITORY.
d J '' W. David.. Prior to the last primary Authorized capital, $1OOCOO
; f
,J EVERY FRIDAY. Mr. liroward broad r
I7BUSHKD spread ,' Paid up capital, $40,000

is\: cast' over the state ton of misleading Jkf r. Brow ard Is seeking lo defeat Robt. W Davis as a candidate for Governor Average deposits, $160,000
..
} F. .>.._La. U. WiLTOK, Editor: Ot Publisher. .
i' t literature at great personal expense on the pnelnu pretext that if Mr. Davis Is circled he will turn over the pnbllc -

$ t CMioontlnuonce of adyt must he made pel'- directed largely *t Congressman lands to the Rtllroad. Compmiles. He does not attempt to show that Mr. Davis Transacts a General l Banking
.....u, it this ofllce or by writing. Davis and he- betrayed
undouutedlytreated ever did ao unwarranted or Improper net In bl.1 I public life, or that be ever
I _
.,beokt! ,rosy be made payable to CHAKLBS it too lightly, bet. ause he a trust', or ever acted afloat! the Interests of tile people. Mr. Davis baa been I 10 r = Business
.
/ I I ?* WAUTON puMUhcr. < could not believe it would be taken public life for .Cme1earll and baa served! eight of these years in Congress, where t 4

I cr In writing' to the ADVOCATE for 'informs i. seriously. Mr. Davis has served he.bas voted on alm-mt every question! of the day Mr. Broward does Dot point I Largest and Oldest Bank on the River
.as a member of the state legislature of his lie do so. Yet he says In his
will out wrongful act cannot
1?. felon 0.ny kind lhewriter ohhaehgeualoeet any public Exchange bought and po'd on all Foreign
\' saga stumped.aildmmeil envelope. and has been in Congress nearly "Map" tbat If Mr. Davis U elected Governor, be will do something wrong. t Countries.
k he x __ I
eight years. Since hat been in 7. ,
g b BOSTON:' OFFICE-Tun RUT COAT Jlovo- Congress he has voted on LA.ND: G-El..A.N'TS.: ', tYt Patronage!: tlpr1"lol.tel l Prompt fervloe. polite j
\ OATS bus opened nil ">'Dlcwnt4i>4 Atlantic avenue, every treatment,sOIl every favor consistent with eon. ,
onton which will li" In charge of Mr. Claude proposition contained in the Demo I I native nunfcjnic granted. '
O. Wftlfin i Let u. nee,how Mr. Browaid stands, and what sort of record he baa In the
I crutic platform He challenged bis s. CnRREBPONJVKM'SlPboenlx "'
matter of !giving lands to the lailtoad Mr. Broward was a member: of the National Hank N. Y. Empire State
iddree all. communications to competitors In this race to point Ti ,N Y., (vatlonal htuuk of Jack.
Florida Legislature l In 1001. That has not been so long ago, bits it ? At that p I nut Company -
f EAST COAST ADVOCATE out one single vote of his or to refer ':oJ'' sonvllle.JuckMinvllle, Fla.
session tavern bills before the Legislature, touching the subject of
} came _
Fix
TITDHVILI.B.
>au>A.
f to any one single act "Or Utter. rr1r wI [ ,]J rLA. .
--.' ,. .- "'-- ..-. Land Grant*. ,
ance of hit that showed him to be .._ ...._ ,
8. Department of Agriculture One of these bills was : 'IO EXMEND THE TIME LIMIT FOR THE COM -- ---- -- ----- --- ----- --- ---- --- --
untrue to thetrust, imposed him.
Weather<< Bureau-Jupiter, Fla.Che /No eifort was' made to do this. Air.iiroward MEXCEMENT: (' AND COMPLETION OF THE ALAPIA, MANATEE & GULF All kinds of Agricultural Implements. AgentsFOR

brought out his. RAILWAY. THE '
following a comparative statement "mMp"Idylng Mr. Broward voted for the bill. See IIouno; Journal for 1801) P. 48,&. =LO"'VV'I I
that Mr, Duvia was con. -.A.OtWE: : :EI.A.Et.JE: : :
of and rainfall for the
temperature Bear lo mind that all railroads cons'ructed' In Florida are land grant railroads
reek ending Tuesday, May 17, 100.. trolled by corporations and would
I Some of them get only 3810: acres per mile, under the general law and others get c 13 yKMm
-190- -1W3- use his influence to turn over to the .
+ DATB. MAX.: MIN. MAX. MIN. railroads the public lands and public special grams at whatever acreage the Legislature may fix it. Here was a road ::: -
11 83 70 81 (fIIJ) whose charter and land grunt were about to expire because they had not com o rna
.: : 14-: 81 74 711 71 moneys of the state. This In.81nuatl menced the work of construction In time, and Mr. Browajd voted to extend tbe ... "':!
13: Si ,74 80 71 n was made solely for campaign I..J
14 838U! 71 81 00, Mr "pilvllege. N
purposes. Davis is In : z
: Another bill "'1O EXTEND THE TIME FOIL THE COMPLETION ...
:!. 1ftin 70 84 (18- wall: -
i no either
1' j 88 70 71) 0S: way directly or indirectly Of TIlE TALLAHASSEE bOUTI1EASTEI N' RAILWAY AND TO PRESERVEITS : Eo< = r K::
connected with any raijroad\ nor Q Q
17 70 70 81 mi( "
LAND GIANT ETC.
Total rainfall for tbe week: O.OO( is he under the least obligation to I i 0
I Depa tuio from normal rainfall for the any. You can vote for him fear Mr. Browaid voted for It. See House .Journal for 1901, P. 7ii; C!

I weak minus 020Indies. Departure lessly. Thcie were omeial oihor' blll ptiHHud t iat session to "extend and preserve" .".. ...
trim normal rainfall since January 1, the grams and privileges of railroads on which M,'. Uioward did not vote at all

II' minus :1!Ott inob.i.i He certainly did n..t vote anuHist: nny bill t if that, kind nt that seM lolI. bee 4a'
UAL. P. IlAnniw Ohllerver.UI ;:..
MR. HUDSON'S ELECTION. IIiniHe Journal, |>Htfi'H 814 1X1. 1( 81,1a24and: lJ: -fI.

--o-; Now,'what am the democr.itlo -voters of Floilda to believe?
course, Jae.1'. Taliaferro will.ucened
,j himself In the United States" '1 HE people of Brpvwrd and bade IH Mr Hio>vaid, prefcoily, a nc..eln his 1".111"11| I | |. now, or IB he playing foIl los ?

counties Mr. F. M. llud- We must judge the Her, etc vie.
preferred
I UI !Senate: Just watch our prediction kJ THE CEO. H. FERNALD HARDWARE CO. I
son for their senator and elected _. .... .. Sanford, Florida
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made from the beginning of the -- ----- --- -- -
him. Some auid they voted for
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political. l race. J JfcsJJL si L g Ufc M JA-JL --- ------ --- -- ----- --
him because. he was their second
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choice ; others that they would support ... -
WE appreciate the' pleaennt letters no one that the '.lImes-Union Frank ClarkCANDIDATE -" =-

11 j" -with ,$1.60 inclosed-from supported' ; others,because he said -

many "of our down-river readers. he would vote for Stockton ; other

'It J Jt shows they still take Interest in because they had met and liked NER fcffiT CO )
their old friend the !
ADVOCATE. him ; others because they had prom
\
.wow.-.. !iced to support him as soon as Mr I FiAJLA
Wade Jones retired the field If sit FOR J'
NEw YORK papers suggest that from ; 1 :

\I Floridians send their green peaches others because they had been trade CONGRESS .aEIN

ed ; and so on ; but we have not meta
somewhere else, for they do not tai FROM THE C1ATE I IHay
want them. Our farmers should man ,along the East Coastwho -MANGE X

;, remember that New Yorkers are ,aid he voted for him solely because U y Second Disrtrict .

not "dummies." he wale boosted by any paper in the _

.. county. The success. of Mr. Hudson "
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t was, in our opinionlargely "l of Florida
IT .is hard to satisfy everybody ,
to thaUgentleman's own elforts. At Grain Flour Meal. Grits
,
for down at Miami the people have A
Titusville and LaGrange be was Solicit Your Vot and Support
been complaining about having too given a substantial. vote-due to his I t In tho Democratic Primary. XjJLxxio.: OoxaoLOxal: : : ;, 3ZHo.; ,
much'rain, and in Tltusville the own gentlemanly canvassing of the
residents have been moaning Weight and Quality Guaranteed -
over
a j district and able mud .
no- -slinging
i tbe scarcity of rain end the drying 'addresses It was about the same ON FOLLOWING PRINCIPLES: --

\; up of their, pUnte.I tAM in Mr. Olmatead's ease, noor Arid Window: FraX1cs.

_
\\J1 We are making hundreds of frames every month for tbe leading contractors.
opening tournament for all WHAT COL. DAVIS SAYS.. and we should make them for you.V> do it cheaper and better.
sharpshooters, of the World's Fair Opposition to .the Trusts. Our latest improvement In .

will be conducted by the St. Louis Favors Income Tax. BRONZE FINISH BALL BEARING SASH PULLEYS '
j Central Association CoxafEesntAN DAVIS lays that if ,
j Sharpshooters and you should Insist on getting these In your frames.
This series of contests will continue he Is elected Governor-as be fully Perfection I
{ r Inter-State Commerce Commission. When you have any building: to do, write t
for a period of six months, two or expects to be-and thereby becomea EAST COAST.LUMBER AND SUPPLY COMPANY,
three days of every week being de.I' member of the Board of Trustees, Federal Aid for Good Roads. General office EAU GALLIC KXA.

'4, voted to prize target shooting he will not vote to convey away to Duty on Egyptian Cotton. *. -Yards at TI tnsvUle. Eau Grille, Fort Pierce and West Palm BeachXZodges -
railroads the lands .
I public or pub.
lie funds nor will he permit the Rural Mail Delivery.
:I' NEARLY every incorporated town same to be done so far as he can

in the state has published its delinquent control It. These lands are. in liti Ample Appropriations Suwannee River. <& O'Hara.

I'' tax list. If there is a,certain gation, In suite bought by the railroads .
time set to taxes, why do Military Park at Olustee. ....Manufnot here and Dealers In...
h hI pay against the 'Irusteee, and asa t
i' ,\ not the property owners pay and member of that Board he will Rough t
and CYPRESS AND PINE LUMBER.Orange
I YELLOW
thus place a little money in the not give his voice or vote to convey 1 rinr Trr ft 7't" rr'W ff Dressed .

J hands of the Town Council to keep them, unless forced by the courtsof lion. Frank Clark and lIon. Syd. L. Carter will address the people of TI- box cleiwl, Fruit and Vegetable Crates Mouldings,Shingles: etc.

I<,f the town running in good order ? last resorts to do.so. Congressman I.usvllle on Monday night next, May 30, 1D<>4, at the Court House at 8 o'clock. Mills and office located at Buffalo Bluff Fla. Write us for prices delivered

il .. ---- Davis makes this emphatic Mr. Clark;, when hero last, was on the sick lint,"and did not make the fine to any part of the 1St ate. Address: Hodges <& O'JIaia Buffalo Bluff', Fla.!

!I Now let your next vote be cast statement merely that he may not showing that was expected of him, but he is In flue fettle now and will, doubtless, -- .-

for Robert W. Davis, for Governor; be misunderstood because of mis deliver one of his masterpieces next Monday night.. Frank Clark Is easily one of

James P., Taliaferro, for United representation. The same gentle the most graceful and elo'lueut..peaker.ln the State, and those who fall to hear i9'i'ic w
who the Boardof him will miss' a rare treat. _
L' States Senator ; and Frank Clark, men are serving on
for Congressman. If you will fol. Trustees 'under Governor Jens Hon. Syd. I.. Carter, Is presenting Col. R. W. Davis, and is considered one

low.this advice, you will not be nings will serve under the next ad. of the most foiccful platform tpeakeis in the country.Let .

I throwing your vote away, for the ministration, and it see in s to Mr. everybody turn nut and !give these gentlemen a royal welcome. The To Packers and Growers of Pineapples and

above gentlemen are the choice of Darin" that Mr. Broward's insinu ladies are especially Invited to be prudent. Tomatoes :

the majority of the people of Florl ation that any Governor could con. .
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trol them the interest of ) purchase your Paper for
da. Do not forget this fact. against **************************++************************
"! .. .-.- .._, ---- the p"ople.ls" a reflection upon them .................................................... wrapping, it will pay you to write us for
Mr. Davie he is honest
as as
I I says .
IN many oases, it has been proved Mr. Broward, and, cheerfully puts II samples and prices. AVe can' furnish
that those candidates who bad" the ii THE SECOND PRIMARY. i you
his,publio record fn the balance e .
most confidence in their running
8 different
came out sadly behind. It with his. -- grades' and different colors. ,
powers -*
t I is a good thing for .candidates for -- .- -- .. -'- .. :sX Will be full of Interesf to those seeking :::* Money saved in buying .

ofllce to work as if they thought SENATOR TALIAVERRO carried i .** es. 1 offices but Fire and Life Insurance fe : '
t .they would be beaten. There are thirty-one of the foriy-flve countiesin ..: ?&, II \ .

many candidates in Florida who the May prjmary. UB had majorities *' 'L:i is. of Interest to everybody. We repre ... **yI*{ .l'\IONEY: l'\I:_ .D.E. .

_ i had too much confidence which is, over the combined vote of :: ** sent only the safest and best Companfes. ::: '

in many instances, a forerunner of Call\ Jennings and Stockton in tt I Write usLJ.xrr.

defeat. Bradford, DadeDeSoto, ,Duval, : :: !
SCHUYLER & WILSON.
.- -.. .;scam bla. Fravklin, HlUsboro, -*+ -** : ED: pA.h: : EdZ CC>..

I THE votes Jlr.\ Broward and Mr. Jackson,. Manatee, Nassau, Orange: **' The Oldest Insurance Agency In the City -.._ .*.* Southern Office. Atlanta. Ga.
Oaceola, Putnam Santa Rosa, Vo. -d*
Davis received in their respective : *******************************-*****************: 14. -, .
h6me counties the 10th lueia Walton and Washington. He ******************************************************** -- -- -- -- --------- ----- --- --
on Inst., in had pluralities over his next highest I OVER: FIVE THOUSAND[ OP( WALtnos /
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the first prlraory, ape'a* for them. .r:
In Alachua Baker Rapid Calking To'U now lo use THE'ANHEUSER
competitor JACKSONVILLE: BUSCH
selves. In Putnam where ,,.
county by boat in the United l
Calhoun, Hamilton Holmes. Lake, owners! Hate .
Congressman Davis has lived for I Madison, Marlon.Monroe, Polk, St. Price '4.Oil and $1>< Ml cHch. at the AD- I
twenty years be received 879 votes, Johns Suwannee and Witkulla. VOCATB: office Tltuoville. Fla Brewing Asso's.rmoDs .

and Sir. reward received! 85. In .. N. .H O'NEAL
where Mr. ----------
Ducal county Broward St.tools Keg and Bottled
has lived practically all his life he AFTER a successful session in Beer.
10 DOZEN 1
HAS LEASED THE .
received 1,095 votes and Mr. Davis Jacksonville, the Mystic Shriners Bold by Meisra.r.A.Lesley and

i received, 2,058. In Mr Broward'sown ended their festivities by a grand 1 R. L.MO1fowTitu.vm.lla.8y .

precinct Mr. Davis received banquet last Thursday night, which ARAGON HOTEL t 1 Mr.R.L.STotlow,Cocoa,lla.JOSEPHZAPF.
,; ; more votes than he; and in Mr. ended about 3 o'clock on Friday I

Davis home precinct there was not evening Senator Jas. P. Taliaferro JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. i is I

a vote against Mr. Davie All this and many others were initiated .
It la open on the American pl_n. Kate $2.50 per day and upwards.
the
may mean nothing, but in spite of into the mysteries of The hotel is being thoroughly renovated and pat la flrst-clasa condition. Sole Agent. ,I

.. nil the charges made against Mr.J I Order during the session. Wben'ttsi.hed It will be second to none in the city. New elevator and

),ivfp. it shows that the majority new plumbing Is being Installed. New and large sample room being added. rioRiM 610 to 620 West Bay Street,
of tbe people trust :Mr. Davis. Do you.ubacrlbe for : I I JACKSONVILLE.: TLA.




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K.A8T COAST ADVOCATE. MAY 47 1904. bg
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e Tibbals. Melbourne. GEORG MARX. JOHN MARX.

READ THE LIST /TISAMATTER' OFHEAHB

-. na: I.i: JBI.i: <>S.
nd Send Us Your Order Mrs. Hilda Rooks was the guest of Ow- Subscriptions the ADVOOATK, ..
Mlas England during tbe passed week. the pink paper of the East Coast, will be
received at the Melbourne Postofflce.
At a business meeting of the Club last WHOLESALE GROCERS

:RY i Thursday, It was voted to make quite extensive RICHARD W GOODIt.-Real KstsM, Notary I
--- JUG purchases of more comforts for rubllo and Zonvevsneer.! Anent for Mtua

FPKR DISTILLED.1-er.fJuI.. *1 63 the Club-house, which will' soon be as Liverpool Fire lQ..nr and no..Londmmml C<.mn.nlei..Oloha. Special and attention Hsrtfunt r.t Fruit and Produce Jobbers.
finely appointed. In Floi Ida, .
TRADE any IMn. paid to Interacts 01 bun.nald.ata. .
EEN CITY .... .. .. too : ----
.. .... Louis Segar" walt bostons at the I.. A.
)iyY BOtTH 280) DR PKRK-PHYSICIAN Aim Htrnowut.:
LT.EDGE..300 A. : Clubhouse, last Thursday. A large Residence, Melbourne, At Ku UallU, every v Corner Bay and Julia Sta., JACKSONVILLE, FLA. .
f number attended to welcome our new afternoon. w

I DIAftEE ...... .. .... 4 00 member. After tea was served, the
SPECIALTY danclntr "till the HOTEl. HET.LKVlTK-Meltmurno.: Florida A WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF HAY GRAIN AND FEED. ?
t 'ERHOLT ... ........ 4 no down." was kept up Bun went healthy winter resorton hitch |iln. hum, overtonkin .

1 .D HALIFAX ... .... 4 oo Indian Hlvnr. Hat.... e9 and upward,
A large number of the r>per d,,'v. Special r'Itl... per week or mamm.write PURINA FEED-OUR SPECIALTY.Seed .
younger people for rates to .Mailam 11:. M Campbell,
who are away at school most of tbe year, Manager,R. W. (Camplwil Proprietor. Potatoes, Sued Peanuts and Cow Peas In season. ,
OOn.N':: b
t l MONEY were voted back Into tbe club pro tern, ArnNGPbWDER
= last Thursday. Among them were Mini Master Willie McBride haa recovered I..We solicit consignments of Frulta and Vegetable

BACK Ethel (Sawyer Miss flexile Andrews from his late Hines '' '.- .. .
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Per.Aal.j Prank Waters, Reginald Wateis and
GOODS N. C.. WHIVt.... .... 9 t 8.13' Lester Sawyer.A Mr. Cecil, of Valkaitn, and his friend POLITICAL SENSATION.
were In Melbourne last featurday.
WHITE BKTTRR ... .. 9 dfl.. shipment of forty orates, one day [

DOM'T ...,.. this week from one of the plantations Porsoo PaddUon came up from )Vest Absolutely Pure Like thunderbolt', from clear to
WHITE FMIE .,. .. a BoLA.UttKLVALLEY damaged the hailstorm Palm Beach to spend /Sunday with Mel- a sky .
by of March
CI\ 1t. N I U Uroward and bill follower. /, / '
SUIT .... 300 thane were thirty"six :.Ws, two <"'. and bourne friends THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE will como tho announcement that lion 1 ./

= two 80's, which Is a marvelous Knowing, Mrs. John Minor lias been entertainIng Charles M. Drown, will support' HobtV. ,

.... and !given the greatest hope for a good her friends. Mrs. Glnffraa and Miss -- ----- --.- ------- \ Davis for Oovoinor. for they had In-
-WE HAVE OTHERS 3 seiisou wh.eio.at one time It seemed as if Nellie Conover; of Kockledge and West dustrlouslycltoiiliited the\ report through ,
the entire crop was damaged. Palm Beach Eau Gallie. the state. that Mr. Ilrown wan for ]11 row. I lU h u v;

I I WRITE US 3 The assembly dances at the Clubhouseare Henry Stark, of Buy View ; and Frank ard. Mr. Brown, however, says dllYerenily. -

proving most pOl'lIlar-the number Idner, of West Palm Beach, were tu ---. .
J. J. WILLIAMS | of NubHciihers Increasing every Kildayevetiloir. town on Tuesday. Old lends were SATIMI C. NODoSOv-'IIVslmtAN A"'I' 81'1\- Mutton county's favorite son was here
If 3 It Is a dance of dancers, the glad to see them here. uanykan- : UallU,. Vlorltln' yesterday, and was heartily congratulated
i muslo being allowed no IntermIM..lona- by his filonds upon his splendid LOOK TO YOUR EYES 1 1If
:;.t; P, O. Box 401. waltzes and two' steps' following one E. P. Branch hall gone to Orlando tovisit showing In the lint demonstrated -
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA..YVYYYYn..VYVYYYVYYVYV. .=... another continuously 'from 8 till 11 his brother. This will be a nice Rain ranch needed In this o'clock: when we go home groaning with little vacation for Mr. Brunch, .who la Mil. St. Clair will resume her bakciy victor he' must be classed an quite' a factor .sight call\ at my new well-appointed opts
? tired feet but all\ voting they havo had very busy with bin bank and store. on the 1st pros in the politics of the IIl'nl. oat Institute. Special, complete lone 1'

the best time of the season Stanford \Vell.left. last "I thank from the bottom of my heart" grinding: outfit In connection ;
week
for the
A of
couple alllgntora killed
- - -- - were In
r norlhlnten.l1ng to said Mr. Brown 'Thu thousand of not Dn. E.U !:. II. ARMSTRONG
go to the St. Louis the humbug last week. ,
if Stuart. Quick Arrest. to the World'a Fair. A pleasant summer lye friends who chiunutotutd !my 011 11 all Laura St.. Jacksonville\ FT*.
B. JI'. Trout's In the >
and early return to Melbourne.' residence la fast upproarhlng primary lust closed Hpt oUlly
-I. A. Culledge of Verbena, AU., was completion. the old Coufmlerata: veterans. who stood
Il-Mr tit' twicein i the hospital from a severe case Miss Sue Hopkins was" a late guest of Dr. and for mo shoulder to shoulder an they did LOOKS BAD FOR BROWARD.
of plle.oanxingdtumors After nod Mis. "Frank II'Ntillaft/ Is now visiting Sohuvler family have departedfor when the shot sod shell were living r..tall.1
Dear Sir-\Vhat, hive became of our ors and all remxiliea failed, UII"kl..n's ben friend Miss (Onmlnfj at Melbouine a shot vacation. think, ab..vfIhl H.. they did\ III the -

tai hart Items IH our blight and very Arnica Salve quickly arrested furtherloll Iteurli. Prof. ITupkin left for the Major Jordan; In. deposing of Home Civil I IWarknosIerrastheydid, thai I The Tl num.Union, of,'Jacksonville pub-
p WilY correHpondenl! lost strayed or tinaiIon. and cured him. It cunqu..ra nor.h last week.MemoiUtl very Una \punches thin week wunlrl.airy I llitlr ling In I the civic con- \llnheil a long l letter' from Hon. Alex Mt-
,ilen ? I itin nxioiiH to know 1'ieime aches and kills pain. 2.;>o tit Red Cross \ liter niiMttlllrd /and uimtiilneit. I Clair Abianin, \\ h" Is not a railroad lawyer -
bTer a suitable reward" for. his. return tuuart. 1'hartnacy service for the Blue and tho The Si lIck IIlIY enoito have dlxpuHcd of! "I oaiiimt find, words Hint will ade- and ban not, been employed by anyraiirnsd '
Oiey. at the Melbmimu
Cumoteiy, Mon their ImUllllUn Kill U.lllUl.
Yours bums, "
{ for llivlt \ fur concerningMr t
c day nioinlnn at 9 o'clock II'aalely"xl'l"' "" my giatltudo twenty: years,
aoili.) All me cordtnlly" Invltiul sharp May C. L. Tutlor ,In iiiiklnir iru| rnvments support" \For my opponents( elileitulu' {.. liruwitrd's imMtion .ns to land
to
,'') i-d.: Walker I I. here attending to the .' Geor&lana. tend. IMeaxe biinglloweis.Di. at on thu Aspln.vall |property lit thin vince thokindllesifoelligs' and' I have oon granted. by tits Legislature of Florida to
d'aoh'IIIl.v oimpiilgn. without thiowlng rail* a)'a.He .
1 Ipplag of the Woodlawn pineapple '. L. A. Peek was called to Hity 11111 Mm. Monioit. of TltuAvllle wan a mud, lit t lllptlnl( rim, place before the\ I shows bv. the decisions' of theHiipiomo
p. Miss Nina/ Baldwin and Miss Beth last week. HA hits returned to !Mel ghost' of Mi1, awl yl II'II. Shav" last week people I.. 1IIh' and uublasvd luau uer time Court of I III* ITnllud States and

arry Dyer Is putting' the fliUhlntc Brnner spent pleasant day with Miss bourne, and rerun. 'is his patient doing The town Is. well Hiipollvd with new issues. I mood" ) fur. the Supreme Couil: of 1"IUIItIIhl", Mr. j
lobes on his handsome residence. This\ Winnie Dixon Monday well Few phMarm me more sucoe- 11'loll !potatouM tomatoes cabbage uudruuiimbuiM WANI'H' ItAVII MINArhll. llrownid's ponlilon In urm-imlile. and that
fne of the finest homes on the river, fill In lieu work til mi Dr Peek. We the push, lhNt taken by Cot. Robert W.
Capt. Carter, wife and charming have proof of this In Melbourne. "What position will I take" In the second Davis Is correct .
[here U another gasoline famine thisk. daughter Miss Bessie, Wednesday Mr cud MPH. Zdr friends
mime visiting pijnury t Well\ I have given the We have not ro the whole
> The schooner Emily B, is ex. of last week, for their summer home In Jolly parties go to Melbouine Bench III town I ihU uioiitli. Thulr home U at mutter suiI>IIH and deliberate\ \ thought letter of Mr. Aluanis'sp-noa copy but give below
ed dally with a oargo from Jackson- Deadwood, S..D. these lovely moonlight nights to hunt :New River Via.Ciipt. and taklnit Kulllolenr time to hear from two sections of his letter:

1, ,Jake Field and a party of six were Diloell turtle. and Messrs Will\ Leon tjoott: ,Adams Arthur Bennett's summer garden' I III my frlomln, ihrouglioiit I the sttite and i "Tho mileage of railroads In thla Stat I
captured lino
: ,neaare going forward' by the car In town early Monday morning, on their I turtle last Filday night so their friendswel'e a looking well filled with vegetables) ,and having nn interview with\ ()I\It. It. W. Is three tlmus\" great: us I It would haven'
l loan. It la expected that by the middle way to. the ocean beach at Oceanu for a more being set out. Davis, Inoidortii ascertain how lui stoodou been had any other, policy keen pursuedAs
well."PI.lled with turtle -
oak.
at the IHHIIOM.. decided than
I havo
ot Bext week the crop will be moving week's outing. Capt. a member of the Legislature I voted'
bt .' Mrs. W. I. Metcalf'came up from West Alex: Near In kept busy' riving ar- Davis' lerorti us a Jonfoduiatu soldier! to grant these. lands. to railroads and its
Catherine ,
ly.O. Thej watch won by Miss Palm Beach last week to spend awhile tenlivo wells. II ill plant la second toiiono and especially hU position as to the !lurid .
,ta. Poppelton has Clement is. exhibition for two weeksat doing so think I noted wisely. I no not
just completed In her Melbourne home on front on the Kant Coast Interests the state and along 11lIu.\ ... ,
a/large: house boat which he will uoe for C. D. ProvoHt'a store after which street which. tho satisfactory proposo.to stultify myself by assailing .a.
She well are directly
knows thai, Melbourne people
Is a line Jon. Geiger representing a largo shoe democratic policy which I advooated and
a Residence while be Is afloat on our (InI time It will\ be sent to Miss Catherine. I of
feel It to lime
duty pimple
place lo rest and ,
lt l&nd watere.Capt. lecnperaie. Mr. Met. house of Savannah On., was in town my voted for. Neither' do I think polltloat
Miss Mary Halnlln and niece Miss Etta calf waa In town for a short time, shak this week, booking orders: Florists to give Captain Dayls my hearty exigencies warrant an assault upon a
;.r ., A. W. Bule Is in town calling on Mapes, stopped oil for a few days to visit ing hands with his old lends. and Bealous support during the second policy which has more than dUll bled.our
I 161f.C i time friends' and talking( business for : old friends. They were on tbelr way Mra. Tylander :leaves' for the north on primary campaign and I believe It ,la. to population and trebled our taxable ;
| hint. road The" Captain baa a host of tom Miami to their summer home In Made Saturday next, topping for.a abort visit the ln.tercs of the people to nominatehim .aluos. Hundreds of thousands of acres.
{i; friendi\ here. Watertown Minn. Young Again. at Orange City: en route for Governor of Ibis Htate. of the land so granted hay. been! reclaimed -

Tbe St. Luole River Transportation: The mango trees are already bending "One of Dr. Klng'a New Life Pills each C. G. Kedstone haa purchased l the IIHOWAKtl FCNILRIt TIIM PKOI'f.K, and .are producing millions of'
,tJQe hall jllllt had a large baigeballc to the ground with tbelr enormous cropof night for two weeks has put me in my Htlckney residence on Houston street. orates of vegetables and fruits. It !.'
"The main Issue of his
"teena" again, writes 1>. 11. Turner Possession given June lit. opponent, easy now to criticise but those who doao >>
which bas a carrying capacity of aboutthee fruit. What can be done with such .
Hroward. la the State lands
of question
Dempseytown, Pa. They the that In ..
are forget criticising they are *
carloads.jSrofell quantities of this delicious fruit P -
most "
best In tbe world for liver stomach and The rrlncea, Roches'er, Mattle II. and Isn't It ? queried the reporter,, democratic
democratic
sailing acts
:! (dead some of it to the ADVOCATE staff. policies
'! of Miami, hall brought ) bowels. Purely vegetable. Never griper Pints, are all moored Nan Gallie har- "Yes replied Mr. Brown, "I know and democratic pledges which. enables
Ala family up and has moved Into Mrs Miss Jennie Wlttfeld celebrated he Only 230 at Red:" Cross ,Pharmacy bor for the summer months. this, and I want to emphatically that the democrats to redeem the Wtate"

Johnson's cottage which he baa rented twelfth birthday Saturday, by Inviting Quantities of fish are l kink shipped the position taken Mr. Hroward I. with from republican misrule,"
tdt the season. 0 all the little folka In town to an afternoon from Eau Gallie by the different linn out Inundation, and I know that the
"There la
another I
FIGURES reason way regretthe
NEVER LIE. have been fooled hla methods
|f'JBedrge Paddlson wife and two children bad a good party.time.They Dainty played refreshments games and this week, and the summer'* biz, la now and people I propose to vigorously by disabuse raising of this question. Millions of

of Eau Gallie, were cruising on the were. served. on. their mind., for Capt. Davis told me In acres of these lands have been, sold to*
,Bfci,Lucle, the early part of thla week In AT BJKWAUIl's 1IOMK. Mr and Mra. W. J. Halght leave for the aacredneia of personal conversation Individual owners, thousands oil famtiles. y
tttalr t cruising launch the Wyona. F. W. Lyman bus move' ] to Mra. Tay In Duval county, Davis received 2.0V3 the north on Monday next, via Clyde that he had neven considered' the DOW reside upon thorn and Barr their-

UJM Miller, of Jupiter wall here Wedinewday lor's cottage. He haa decided to remain votes, or more than 67 per cent of the I/ne.! Mr, Halght has home In Olsen charge seriously because It was such .a livelihood' from them. If Mr. HrowarJ'S-
,
here during the summer, and the position' be correct; then not one of the_
with a ; cottage total vote of :tOOW, being a plurality over N. Y. flagrant misrepresentation' He did not
] which Included Dr party R. McNprospectors\ which is very convenient Is also well Broward of OO.i: and a major)ty over all see how such statements could be for a persons haa a (rood title to the land helms
Quite a number of coots and duck
screened which la a very Important Item of 607 Broward moment In the minds of the purchased In good faith. Primarily:
|I nville, who la Interested In naval stores ; got l.HI5( votes, or about are summering In our hnrbor. Proteo- lodged pea the land
during summer.Decoration > belongs to the State; no- statute
29! i of
cent the
pThe' Stuart House la being well per total vote. tlou la making them 'quite tame and ple."Capt. of limitations can bar. a reentry by the
pat- Day will be observed with In Browarde borne precinct Davis) received I fearless Davis, continued) Brown,
on i zed by tbe pineapple drummers'and appropriate services as usual; short 121 out of 2.'i3: votes, or nearly 82 "assured me that he would suiter his sovereign Hence If the Legislator 'bad
|ra.nsportatlon men. This house la also speeches, recitations, aonga etc., after percent, makleiga plurality over Brow Mrs. A. R. Hodgson returned 'from a ilirht arm being severed from his body no more power to dispose of these lands
quarter for the traveling men, and which all the graven In tbe cemetery will ard of :HO, and a majority over all of I'l ; vlalt to friend. at Fort I'leroe and Tib- before he would allow a single acre of than any other loo men In the fkateVevery
11 stay open the year round. be decorated with flowers. Every lady while Broward !got only 01 votes ore a bals this week. Mra. Hodgson la much land to pass from the people to anybody railroad land grant la Illegal, ante

Our citizens are all working hard upon is .cordially Invited to attend, and b small fraction over 8I> per cent of tbe better for the change and outing. without being so directed by the courtsor of the laud State deeded I. entitled to recover' every acre,
to tbe railroad
i School Board for the new schoolfuse I there at 1JO: p. m. total vote of the precinct. Mr. Wm. Tylander will\ be stationedat the Legislature. I find also thaiCapt.tln under these Will Mr.companies
which will bo Broward received the entire vote 20 Davis Is In full accord, and will\ granta. Hroward
( built In town. Tbe Fort Pierce next month. Mr. Tylun
If elected (
Governor proceed to turn front
trans will give the county a onehalfe "Watch the KMneys.". In one precinct, a majority vote In eight der will be much missed both sociallyand ,, stand by the primary believer system.In the lie Uallroad la also their homes I the thousands who have acquired -
e In the central precincts and small pluralities over Davis a strong
part of the town In the church work of town.
ti When effected In three others Davis received our Commission' and will do hla utmost to their lands from tbe railroad companies -
want the county to build a $2,000 t they are life la in danger ; a majority
vote In fifteen O. .'. Paddlson and family are strengthen Its :. P To be consistent he must do-
000 building. : says Dr. Abernethy, the great Eng of the twentyalxprecincts expected powers
lish physician. Foley' Kidney Cure In the county. home thla week. The lawn and __ __ ___ on _-.__ thls, and In trying to do 1'1 plunge thousands -
here Is something doing around the makes sound Sold grounds. about their home have been of persona Into litigation, and In-
kidney liedCross
oad doek'thia week. Driver King Pharmacy by | AT DAVIS* HOME. kept In line condition during their A PROGRESSIVE FIRM. filet upon the people of the State of

his pile driving gang are here, and asyall Compare the foregoing with the record abseoce. Florida a !greater Injury than was Indicted

i bees. Material arriving dally of the ballots. in Mr. Davis' home There seems to be little or no doubt upon them during the horrible periodof
f K,the", extension of the dock which will Lotus. county. that merit wins every time. One of the republican misrule In this State."
mpleted> by the 10th of June. After A Sure Thing.It bent thl4, We should much .
Tbe total vote of Putnam waa 037, of Illustrations of truth I. the enterprising regret very to see the
t busy rush of the shipping season Is which Davis received71M\ more than H.I Is aald nonIng I. sure except' death 'Him of Hnnne Bros., of Jacksonvitlo many poor m.n who have settled on and
'o other Improvements will be made. per cent of tbe total county vote and :.110 and taxes, but that 'Is not altogether true whose ad. will be found on our I m pro vw" I lands' sold by the railroads to>
r. Chaa. Woodward entertained the A. X. Tyler h.. been the sick list for more than a majority; while In the entire Dr. King's.New. Discovery Consumption 4th page, From a very small and hum. them, lose. those lands, and If 1\lr. Urow
o wing friends at flinch, Monday even a few days, but Is getting all right: again. county, Broward got only 85 'votes. IA.. sure cure for ,,1lung\ and bio beginning Iu what was then an obscure ard la honest, If he should be elected

In Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kitchlng:, 11. D. Booth and wife, of Davis' carried every one of the 27 precincts throat troubles. Thousands can testify\ portion of Jacksonville, they. have, Governor, he would be compelled to undo .
MC and Mrs. J. C. Hancock, M rs. 8. callers In town Brantley by large malorltes, receiving every' t4. that. Mrs. C. II, Van.Metre of Shep sluadlly, but snVely, forged jhelr wayto half the titles In thl* county and
Ki bang Misses Edith and Amy Kltch- afternoon.were pleasant on Sunday vote cast for Governor In six of the pre herd town. Went Va says: "I had a the front tank' ; until today they own thrn out poor men, and rich men also,
lojfand/ Stanley Kitchlng. Refreshments tenets Including his own, while Brow severe cave of nronohllla. aDd for a year one of the Urgust wholesale and retail I and render them homeless
."e served during the evening. Mlsa !H. A. Osteen has Just completed a barn ard got 'votes In only 1A precincts.The tried everything I beard of, but got no re liquor houses In Jacksonville\ besides
Any Kitching won a handsome prlfce for and stable and will make other Im Inevitable deduction from the lief. One bottle of Dr. King's' New [II.. their large retail giucery and number JOB K1NTLVU of all kind. done at.
being' the best flinch player present. provements this summer. foregoing Is, that Mr. Broward has received covery then cured me absolutely. Its of brunch stores that cover every portionof this office at reasonable ratea. Give
his largest vote In those localities Infallible for croup, whooping cough Jacksonville.. us a share of your work.
Is
Rain needled In this
very badly sec In the state where he Is least known /grip, pneumonia and consumption. Tijr Among the branches, of Hanne llro..
\I White City. tion. Orange trees and late vegetables and his smallest vote in the county and It. Its guaranteed by I ted Cross Phar special I mention! la due to the handsome
\ and also melons are suffering severely precinct where he lives aud la best macy.: Trial bottles free Keg. sizes bib Fitlstaff, a ""fe. sto<,ked with line ll"|i|.
I --r- from drought. known, while Mr. Davis, on the contrary sod 1. ors, wines mod! foreign and domestic HOW TO SAVE ICE.

J'Mr., Larsen made a business trip to Orange growers have got nearly all baa received bis heaviest vote beers. From the FMJstitfT kitchen an excellent -
lien the other evening. groves worked and plowed; and the hla home county and precinct, and lunch -Is served dully and! this
trees In some places are putting on a lightest vote elsew here. TITUSVILLE'S TRAINS. palatial retreat I Is elegant and superb. In !
| Mr. Orrd Is marketing large quantities tender growth. Those Democrats In remote Inl all rte appointments, and Is one the /r.
K watermelon-hauling off two to three who may have been Induced to most handsome In the south. This I Is 1
lad* every day.Conelderable School at this place Is going ahead In Mr. Broward under the false ".. The following are the timer of arrival under the able management the genialMr. ,
good shape and patrons and pupils are that h.- was regarded by him ( 'and departure of passenger trains to and l Charles Wlrhmaii. Visitors to Jack
land bas been sold here
more tban pleased with the teacher, I from 'ft tu.vl1le
itely and I and fellow clrlzena who know him best. j'MS : sooville will nil us a n..aL" they full to
negotiations\ are being made ,
( Miss Geiger, who tikes every precaution
a fit and proper to fill the blah SOUTHBOUND. see the large, original paintings\ that ad.
Jr more by outside pWtiea.i+ person
; In keeping order and instructing.
office which he "seeks, will be undecolved I I LMVSS Tltnsvflls' for MUmlsnd I anO |> mIntsnnedfsts orn the Interior of tbe Falswff.Haooe .
|We learn that Mr. Poppell of Jensen. Saturday wall a day: oil for businessand by the above abstract from the umclal j Brow. have been established. 10
(rmerly of this city ,bas. gone to Day pleasure.' Those who left here for returns of the first primary: and those / point at 10MI m years, and the foregoing will\ give you n
tttna, to accept his old position In a saw- Cocoa were: Mr and Mrs. Binbee Mrs. who were unfamiliar with or misinformed HOSTHBOCWD. some idea of their growth and what energy The question of economy on the ire bills

mill.EIA. Walker, Miss Capron Mlns Geiger and ncerulnit the standing' of Mr. I Lasts Titos'vllls for' J.ek." ivllls I 3:13: : m Industry and Integrity will acoooi.plUh. one that appeals forcibly to ,every
large crowd. from Mcaart brother Lawton J. II. Tanner and a.A. : Davlrfat his' home and those .
came up own among and latsrmsdlsts points It J 1,11: p m housekeeper, as well as to hotels, restaurants ,
1 the St. Lucle Liver, In a launch, last Osteen. who hare best and longest known bis Tltusvllta' for Sanford 1M a.15arrlv..Tltorvlllrfromsanford Besides, this progressive. firm I Is doing
unday; and a rigs from Fort merits, will be able to determine much -- UMf.m: ; a very extensive mall, order business butchers grocer's, druggists, and
lerce were also seen here-proving that better than before whether, or not, be la that not only reaches the East; Coast In fact to every merchant who consumes
tr beautiful 1 town baa many attraction. A Startling Test. justly entitled 1 to their support In the but every portion of Florida, and are the Ice In his business.
,'" To: save a life. Dr. T: O. Merrltt of present contest. I Drayirig.Draying authorized bottlers and wholesale dlsIributora Numerous tests and careful experlment-
Mr. Bessey, of Stuart, came up the St. No. Ueboopany, Pa., made a startling for the famous Wm. J. Leap lug have resulted In the discovery of the
ncle River Saturday, with his launch, test resulting in a wonderful cure. He Brewing Co.'. beer. SAVIN ICE PAD, which when placed
d took Mrs. Deedreck and family, writes "a patient was. attacked with Ten Yearn In DefL attended or battling; IIf all Inda I promptly The growth of the business of these In your Ice box or the Ice chamber of
l to.
Meet all trains. !Stove
Ith all their household goods, down to violent bemorrages, caused by ulceration R. A. Gray, J. P.. Oakvllle. Ind., ,wood 1 for sale at all tlmea two energetic young men has been phenomenal your refrigerator, will reduce, the consumption -
err future home at Waveland, wherer. of tbe stomach. 1 had often found Electric writes, "For ten years I warn confined to FOe H' "QLTgy Titusvlll and they have earned, their well- of your Ice 13 to 33 1-3 per cent
Deedrlck has charge of .a plantation.J. Bitters excellent for acute stomach my bed with disease of my kidney. It : merited success by their genial manners Tb. Pad U ao Ingenious little device, the

U. Campbell made.a business tripJ'acbonvUe and liver troubles, ao t prescribed them. was so severe that I could not move part You coupled with close attention to businessand simplicity of which, Is one of Its greatest,
o the latter part of last Tbe patient gained from the first and of the time. I consulted tbe very but<< Are Going North ? a strict regard( for Integrity In all recommendations. All you. do Is to place*
reek, bla sawmill. having broke down. has hot bad an attack In 14 noon t ha." medical skill available bat could get no their dealings, which never falls to bring I' on the bottom of Jour Ice chamber
akin It necessary for him to go to Electrlo BItten are positively guaranteed relief until Fole,'. Kidney Cure was. r.' Do not fall to get: your tickets via the success. with the lee renting upon It, and It wilD
hat place for some repairs which could for dyspepsia Indigestion constipation commended to me. It has been a Godsend popular Clyde Line, from the agent, What Hsnoe Bros have done should do the rest. Write for booklet.
ave been done by Oeo. It. Fernald and and kidney troubles. Try theta Only to me." Sold by Red Croaa Thar.macy C.. II. WAMOJT, bean Inspiration to other young men P. O. WALTOX, AGENT.
to., of Sanford. SOtf at Red Croaa Pharmacy. Tltnsvlll. THusvllle, Fl*. launching out Into tbe business world. Tltuavllle Florida.

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of him. It was such k good Joke that r East. Coast
Florida
Ry.
rn1 I I r I laughed aloud. Two young freshmen K
I w beard me and followed the procession

:, "i for live blocks Once I iinconscoti .. LOCAL TIME CARD No. 55 In Effect Apr. 12,19NORTHBOUNDRE

Iy gave a smile to a seedy looking

; person with straw colored hair. lOUTHfOUMD-READ DOWN *

and be was a satellite for an hour _
I We bad a procession In our wake fit ....11. ....21 STATION" I N. 6
: D.IIy. :D
Dally Drily.
times. One of the shadows was a well
d. II 4oa ................_.. ..... ". v :rs.unrla Ar.................. .. ... S 6uae
known businessman.'Whetbcr : 1 f80 ......... .. .... .........8)/ J'keu.v'e Lf'. ...................... S 41alu
any sow through the dls It .66a ........................ ...AUjuet1n.. ....... .............. 'I 4e.
J'f ,7 It n .......;. ,............... s .,......:................ II 61. I I'Oi
::4 I I rtt guise I do not know, but I do not p 11. 1S a. .... .."y...................B. Palau:.::Nt........ .. ..............II 14me '
t think that they did. .They thought
--->-- ......... ... .... ..Ar.P.latka..Lo....... .... ... ... ells -.
tint I '
did 1130P
not understand. English I fO 31 16. .; ................ ......Ly..I.t.A'. ....,..........,.:....... Tea (
and I had the benefit of frank crltl _
\ Our money winning OOok.1If .. ... ....................... .. .... -
who chums, ." Si 0 >aV ........... .. ..... .Ars..n !<(.t.oLy. .... ,
t by man ........ .... ..... .
M .." .. 8t111. .... .... LvSatiMateOAr.' ; 66a IqIt

k alt about tome Ll' of the J.it...... ? II P .........................L'V.. Neoea ..Lf'........ 66 o -f
1 PotashThey 101 U ..............................Bun n..U.. ......... ..1..7. fa. '
r I'I'r: The JapnneHe wife and mother prefers ? z-- 117 4385pp ........ .......................Dupctn' ..p..... :
to spend her afternoons at home Ormond,..... ..... oT
In 16 p '''''''''''''''1''''''' '''''' a :
needed by. every man O' sap....D.'ton... ....,.. .. 611.
are field and a plow, and with her children says a writer In 10 al p ............................Port Or.ng.......:..:.. 45a :
owns a I Harper's. Weekly, They all go out together 00 II OSp..............N..w Smyva., ,. ,.. ................... f26. .
who desires to get the most out U 1071. ................Oak 111t.............................. a 112.os a 1
\ of them. It only Into the tiny garden. t 00 p ............... .............Tfutevllle .... ............_...... 112. 1
They*,./..". Send patrol card. Nothing In the house can compare with --- II 11 1 as p .......................Oneoa.........................,....... 81. 1.:
ille ..... .... .... ................ .. .........
:c CEHMAN KALI WOHK the outdoors. In and ( % ? f1 II <<0 p ........ .... ... K wiled\a 1111. .r
M MBMM aUreet, spring summer V O, 4b 1I1S. t I' ..........................Oallie.o.............,........ Il1f. 1Yl
I 1AA New Y. they are out nearly all day The women 1196 t i' p ...r........................ IIlelboum........._............... 144a 11
) AtlMta, G.Free.. ieK ... ..... sA es. t p .... ... ... .. 11
sew and embroider under some ,09 0 fO p .. ..:......:................8t. Lu..le............................... 19118a If
'. pretty tree a cherry camphor or plum I 18 0 p ................ ...Ft. Pierce..,,...................u....... 11 66 p 10
tree. Here, their hanils. Tri-' .811. 8 I' P ..............................Ti bbals..........,_................ 185 p g
employed sew cekly Sailings .- $411 a 8 p ..............................Eden............... .................. : tip gI
ing. their! eyes/ and senses delighted by f1. 8 10 I' ..............................J.n."n............................. 11 11 p gIlli.
their surroundings watching the children a 0 11 P ............................. .8tu.r.................. .............. 11 011 p g
and BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK.Calling 111 8 '161 ... .................. .....Hobe 80und................. .......... .10 Up g
; playing Is It any wonder that the 147 910 Ii ......... _....... ...., 1018 p 8
I Accented Masons. Japanese woman Is calm of soul? Nature 494! 74ip ............. .. ......w.Psimleaoh..t. ..... S30p 8.6R.
C8 p ..................::. ........Bnyn ton............................... 110p 1
.' is the greatest distraction from at Charleston, S. C., both ways) 108. 1118 p ..................... .. .Doolr.y.... ....,..... ..............."... Ilea p 1
", care. they believe. Live close to nature 1611. a Oi p ................... :......Pt. J.l\ltderd.le..,.........;......,......, a 01 p 8
The Finest in the Coastwise ServiceThe suit 0 13 I. ............... .............. Hs/landale..a./ ... .......... 7 III' SS
I Indian No. 00 and you will forget the little bit Steamships ..f8. a f. p..... ................._,...:L m..n City............. ..............; 7 p 8
; terncHsert of life How happy seem the 7 001 .GIIP '......... .............Ar.Mlaml..J.v..1..........:......... 7 11 1'BANPORD .
little children the Clyde New England and Southern Lines.
River "; Titus vllle, -even barelegged ,
) / ragged, riiKcnlg of the poor! They twist Direct service Between BRANOH. ORANGE OITY BRANCH.

4 Lodge. Florida. like 'nntuml ncrobats'iibout the bum Jacksonville Boston Providence and all Eastern Points. '
oxl No.l
two ];ill] 8TATI0C" 1 I 8t'ATIOCS. 11 '
climb Inconceivable
Hold Its mmting the mvionil and fourth Friday poles. They to Drily. Dull DnIII hall. UT

Hotel of Titus each. month'Ilia, at 7 a'1311 their( o'ol.x-k room' ,.,. Indian m. River heights,) the trees nod cling to swaying (Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) Mr.............. Tltlle'Vllle ...........Ar12 alp S lip 10 ll1aL'V..N. 8myrn.. S5p ,
boughs with the nglllty of SEMI-WKaKLY SAILINGS S NBaLv..O.teeu ...........Ar 11 59m 8 t.1111" I... Lotk..Heleo
T. H. Bm.iler, Wornhlpfiil' MM Mir.P. mon Southbound.............. .... ..... .. ..... .. .. ... ..... ... ..from Lewis Wharf Bostor I 55 a\ .' ......... ............ / 11 00" asop 1111',!LV.O'.n" ( ..Ar/l f fNall lOp.top'! 01080"
+ ..A.8. Haul.Morgan,Junior Senior Warden.wanlan.M. keys. The child In the garden, with Northbound........ .... ... .... ... .. .. ....from foot of Catherine Street JackaonTllli ......... .. ........ 600" JlfII" ,. 0
the watching mother flies bill kite -
J, M. I>I.on. Tr-axurer.
j. K. Walker; Henretary, while his !sinter plays bnttledoor andshuttlecock St. Johns River Line. No.21 No. III N0 No.18 No. 20 NaButJ.d8)
: : Clyde IHAYPOTonl :
J.O. liliuik.Chaplain.r. ,.I 'tlll I
M. Taylor Htinlor I Maoon.R. aunld. Dnll y. BRANOH: : Datly Sunday D
\K. Mhnn, Junior IXinooii.4J (Doliary Line.) Y nnl.-

I A., H.A Stewart Walton Hmilor Junior Mtewanl."' Steward. Pod Card )Many Years Going a Mil. BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND SANFORD. 10 I' 10 Ilia OO I'' 8 Ilia .........L. Jeck.onvll .AI'........r 7 46./ 1I80p 8

\ !f. wlJtnllerta, Tvlar.1C. A post Curd posted In Hwlndon, England Stopping Palatka, A..tor, 86. Francln, llerenfonl. (DelAnd), and intermediate landInirtuu 1 140p 08 > 10 1010.18. 8iO"8011' S 2aeSo.loek.ovill..1. ......... 187a ices uaap 11610. C 0

I, M. Wet.n. Marilial.STUDENT'S on April HI. 1872. recently reached Lillt t..l"bu'.It""r.. '1011/1./ 646p tI Of... ........ ,...Atl.n.lo B..h. .......".... '10' a 11I./ 4
----------- --- '-- -- -- --- the addressee's sou having taken STEAMER "CITY OP JACKSONVILLE.< 1001'. 1110. 700J 1120. ,..........Ar Maypon Lv. .......... 646. 1180. I

thirty-two years to arrive at Its des- J.appointed to sell an. follow i Leave Jacksonville,SuiuUjnt, Tuesdays, mid Thtiril, iy>,3U9Op. mKetnrnfnir. .
: GAY LARK, tlnntlon, which Is considerably' leas 'leave 8aufurrl. ( ,Vlo ulayfl,, ,.\\'<*iln"ii..litvfi. mud--frltlnyri.' Dtto ... m.H PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAM

"' ..n.h.lsnut'' flCIIEI-V.; Jlurth.lkW..I > 1
that n mile from the place where It .E. .
duos aca 1 Itl", CLOSE CONNECTION MADE AT MIAMI WITH STEAMSHIP OP THE P. a 0. S. 8. COMPANY Fl
-- wn posted HPJ-S the London Mull Leave i 3 'r. p t1.. .. ... .. ..... Jack.nvllle. ..... .......... ........ wiV"--: iO.-ni'.
I cf Doth sender' and the man to whom the Leave II-46 p. m ......... .. .. .. ...... ..?.I'.tk........... ......... .. ..... Lea,. 8l'O p. to. HAVANA AND'KEY WEST.
1 Wily Sophomore Plays Part I...".,,' 3.10. s. 111. .... .... .. ... l ....".r ..... .. .... .. ... .. ... Leave II ;ao I' n.. .
letter wns mMrcsxed have been dencl Warr f30..III. ... .... ... .. .. .... .S6 ..rallol".. ....... .... ....... I...... lOOp uILeeve -
Italian Tambourine Girl.: for many yPnrs.Valcoful' ..... .. Netu.urd .... .II.it...... ........ .....Leave 1l01l..UII.Arrtv.8tna.1II : Them TlniA T,hlift 1 H'tmv tho Mm ft iii which tril">i4 mar IA *.,'...f.ti..l to n-rlv.. and de
: .... .... .. ... 1I..I..r.. .. ... .......... ...,. Wave s 110.. n". from the.<*v.rnl "nttbuthutth 'Irsrrlvnl'.r' epartnreattha I Im..t.h*dl.n0! "pruaranr
\ Children. ._10:1)11rm:I . .. .. .......:.,Enlerprtre;.. ..... .. ..... ...:.:.:.:....:.:.:.- Wave-10eia.m. from.nor 01081 the Company hold ItMnK ,ri>s|>onnllila fo,' any delay or any ooniii'inieiiro \arUtog tl,,

DABS 72E33ES 'WEE: NOT HI3.Conn. Oon'l Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonville. .
Fur a long time the two year old child
)I L. McPherson/ N. 10th St liar- r. 'M. IMOYMONONR: oJ.... '.08t. Mail.i''aa. iict. !HM Went nay Ht., ckm.nvlll6. Ki,. For Copy of the LOCAL TIME OARD or Otter Information
l'f W.O.cook'asJrfAOmi, 'r6AglJackntmv/lle. I' P. I..IVM.L, au|>erlnC -ndenttackwnvllle..
11 f' U..r. C. Connett of Hartford, I luburg. Pa., would sleep but to or three loot Hoiran 8t .,'..,k8onvll''... Fla. SEE THE TICKET AGENT."
A. C. HERTY.. Oen'l Bant'n PIMM. A I('.New Yi"ric CC.VDK ,WILNR. tJion. Frt. AKt., New York.
., Clad In Oaa.l,. Skirt and hours In the curly part of the night TIIKO. 51. KOKK. fI"ne ritl 1 Manaxer.VM.. p I7L1 I>H /IN.. Neural "Ken" I J. 'D. IlAnNEU Aast. Gen. Pass.: Agent., ST. AUGUSTINE :.w.I

Flaring a Tambourine, Won* W*. which made It very bard for her parents ChembroiiKh Hullilinit. 19 State Bt.,UPIH.llte| Hattery Park :New' York. -- -- --

Ter by Fallowing .. 'Hand Organ Her mother concluded that the child had O. II. LTOY.1gentTttusvllle, Fln.Ttiant'vif ,
.
I I ..d D.elT.d All. stomach' trouble and gave her bait of ---- -- I' : ; f

I me of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver ,Y Pk\ 7' O1TROIT XzwARa
'I11at"Itnllan"tawbour1ne girl who recently ,
II tablets, which quieted her stonmch and litheThe '
I followed hand throutfa JcLrrLAM
\ a organ he slept the whole night throng. Two l R'y. :a rDtz,0 ,

the streets of Hartford Conn., and Ue- boxes of these tablets have effected a ..... *

Bulled from the luipresaloiiable Inhabitants permanent cure and she Is now well and CIfIG4 uR

their hearts and pounlea was I strong For sale by all drugglsts.aocl Great Through Car Line from Florida. 'oGrlll1ilw'a' \\
+ medicine dealers:
none other than Mr. llonore C. Con-

nette of the nophoiiiore plums of Trln- TO THIS KAHT.

i Itjr college, says the New:' York Herald BULLET PROOF OINTMENT. Over Its own rails to Hnvannuh, Charleston Richmond l and \VHBhl* ion, thencevia wivOkAfa L5T
lours
--- the rVmmylvanln K ilri>iiil; aye
The nroceeilM of his vxiitMlltlon! are
It Co in in a u 4!. u Illnh fetes AmonirllMMMlUII
$4.i3 In coin IIn,11I uud uf experiences, ,...Idl....
TO TIM \vl s'r.
to say uothlnu of tlu, winning of a A iiiunbur. of vuHvrvlsts of the Uusslnn I LOULIICIT.
I The> LouUvllle A Naahvllle via Montgomery. The Mobile Ohio It. H. /
wager. 11I'llIyCI\)1II IVrin ltussiu ou cu-

Youths who lulled upon him in yel training\ at Tchclublimk for the fur TO TILE LAST VIA STKAMSIIII. .

low silk skirt mij rod scurf with a east Mere ol>Hon-e I Via Savannah and Ocean Steamship Cam tnv for Now York Phll.uleMhln" Bo N'ARRJyrNmi
bottles of the kind
black lace luautllla flung over the small ton. Via Norfolk Steamer to New Voik, Washington and Haliinor Via Savannah .

'heavy trcsm-tt of u dark; wig fear now provided by the state for vodka IIlIt..lwith and Mercbuuts and MlnoiH1 'rraimpnrrtalon Company for ttaltl-
a curious greenish substance, says more and 1'hiladeiphia.
to meet bU gaze Ho known more ,
lie Loiulou Mirror
about the trait of his cliiHsmaten, the p
A feW iluys later some soldiers were TO KEY; WEST ANn HAVANA.Via ,

dispositions of the faculty und the behAvior noticed dyed n, deep olive green, and P..nIDIUII&l'.t Occidental Steamship Company I

of citizens of Hartford than be au liiiiilry( was held. Some of the sol- ytPRU'GJd
ac c
could have ever known In any other dlei'H admitted that before leaving Connection Made Jacksonville! for all Points rA

way. heir village: it wise! woman named .

Young Mr. Connette comes from New Lletkln had sold them ut a ruble a MILEAGE TICKETS.

bottle, a holy ointment, the chief ingredient -
York and he dips Into literature and of whlclcwus marrow taken Interchangeable mileage: tlcketa /good over 13,1)00) )( miles of among the prIed ELJIU"'U
BOdoloKy\ He wrote a story In which [ pal. rallromU, in the nniithern ,,states are on nale by the pHnrlpnl upnt. .
;
burled at So-
from the \bones of saints For *
he spoke of u youth uoln illHuulHed asa ovIot-4 Archangel.: For reservations and Infoimailoo apply' to agents of the A. C. I,., or write
: uioiiiiHti-ry, near
Riuity man to see If his lad S
hurdy
: The ointment rendered any one FRANK O. IJOVLS)>f, /snn! 'iturcU! A (t. W. N. rt VUK, or"""v. PaliK. A rt.l ; SMOOTH RUN
I moruUi was tine, and u Uusniuat who bullet and l lag; Wet l Ihv N.A..tor Biilldlnir JACKsllVVII.I.K:, I KhA.U. .
smeared with It proof as
beard It read Multi Unit such uu Incident :M. KMEU-.O.V!: TralHoIannwer.. W J. CKAKJ Hltn'l PIIHM.WILMINGTON. Apt'nt.; .
the soldiers expected: that the Japanese
could never take place. To win a N, C. SOUTHERN
might ntttu-k their train nt any mo
that llctlon be .
I wager by proving! could went they were preparing. __ __ ____ __ _______ __ ___ .__ ___ __ _n __ ______
real Mr. Couuetto hired tilt nucuHououtttt ,
It appeared, that the lens fortunate RAILWAY
and sturtixl on his trutela."Starting ,1l1F
from a teiieincnt In Mechanic soldiers bite begged to be allowed to SE.A.JB<>A.. D To
and the
of the ointment
street," said Mr. Connette "1 buy some

was almost overcome with fevliuK ofelf farther the train got east the higher AIR LINE RAILWAY.FOR WASHINGTON, NEW YORK 11 ASHVILLE and

[s! consciousness. The 11 rut step was rose the price. and the EAST. II HOT SPRINGS N. C.

the hardest as the maxim goes, aud
when I wet the Urst iiollcetuun 1 was CINCINNATI. CHICAGO "THE LAND OF THE SKY"

; afraid that he would see the studentunder The NORTH and WEST | "
t SHYLOCKShylock .. "The Sapphire Country.
the wig the gaudy gown und SAVAXXAH cor.UMBI.CA1tJDEN., SOUTH EJtN TINES\ RICHMOND,
the gay colored shawls wblch I hud H..t D....sa p Ials..
_ I twisted about my shouUlers. WASHINGTON, BALTIMORE PIIILADEI.PHIA NEW: YORK, Pullman c._ ".rvta.
"He looked at me critically but On AU T_..... Tie. I.4.SOUTf1LRM I'

seemed to decide that I would puss .' TWQ Elegant Trains Daily : RAILWAY. M. P. CART, play P.sae.r Aseat.
muster. I ,felt wore at ease after that was the man who 10. W Sep Busy, "' _...... Ptyw !
for Is good judge of deception Seaboard Seaboard A. TVa.. r. T r. W.'OIn.- D. C. ...
a policeman a Express Mail. ? L H. --. 0. P.V..atywe. D C
end I felt that had fooled wanted a pound of human we H T...... A. Q. r A. At...... 4 -
U
him. We played In nu alley off Main flesh. There are many MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT.

street until 1 became accustomed to ONLY LINE Operating Daily Through Sleeper Jacksonville) to New Orleans. .
no\v the convalescent --- --- -- --- --- ---- -- --
persons smiling; and staring at me, and Shylocks .

then we made for the college
consumptive the I -
f ,
r .Many of the students und townsmen For Information and sleeper reservations call on any Agent

whom I knew gave me money sickly child, the pale young Seaboardor write, MalloryLines

'. and never' recognized me. It was hard woman; all want human flesh A. O. MACDONKUL, Aunt. Gen P sm Agt S. BOYLSTON, Pans. Agt. "
work not to III 11gb. Some looked amused .

_ others smiled and others seemed to and they, can get it-takeScott's J.\CK OSVILr.E. FLORIDA.cmrrEfollows .

pity me. It wns n coimtimt study In Emulsion. --_ ...- --. -. -'-- SPECIAL PASSENGER.-EXPRESS STEAMSHIPS!
expressions. One of my classmates -- -- ----- _.. ....... ...
crossed the street to avoid giving me 1 ,00 YEARS
Scott's Emulsion is flesh LA EXPERIENCE Largest and most thoroughly equipped passenger steamships on the coast
a penny. I was surprised that tor

; I thought ho was_ the most generous, and blood, bone and .muscle. --to OVKRCROWDINO

man In the college.! 1 know differently I feeds the nerves strengthensthe I IMPORTANT STATEROOMS ARE POSITIVELY GUARANTEED.

uow. Pneumonia La Grippe ships' as DO tickets will be oW to exceed the number bert!'

x "It seems' to me that the faculty Is digestive organs and they but never follow the ue ofFOLEY'S or the seating capacity of Dining Hall, thus Insuring all passengers lndl.mi,!

not very generous to tambourine !girls feed the whole body. service and attention.PASSENGEKS. .
and organ grinders for 1 did not !geta I Honey Tnatic: MAaasDCSIGNS

cent from the houses of any of the
professors. Ve started for Washing For nearly: thirty years d Tar CO >VRIOHT Ac LEAVE JACKSONVILLE EVERY FRIDAY.See .

ton street, und 1 began to lone that Scott's Emulsion has been the "ulrklv Aft .nne.endinea.kslrhandde.arlptwnm.y Mmrtaln. our oplnkia;. tree wbMher an ( Schedule of Ships In Florida Time-Union)

i I1i Introspective look that I knew I must giver of human flesh.: 1&stops tits Cough and heals th.lungs.prevents n..nllrt..t.laI.nvention I prn..bI. Pat.n NANOBOOAm'atO!' I Co mmune'a.P"'nt8 LOWEST KATES
have bad. great Pneumonia and .ant K.i.ni.tree. ti.I..t taken through for ..rune ..ants TO NEW YORK AND ALL POINTS XORTIf
ContompUon.MB. "
'S "Two pretty girls gave me money of .jwrtal-.... .ithont s'Wtbi, r.Mn Including delightful DAYLIGHT SAIL, through the
send couple
We will
tjy and smiled at me ao sweetly that I you'3o .O. Y.CTO, .( in O. TX>! Bt, CalM, Scientific Jfmericam FAMOUS: "SEA ISLANDS."
smiled back In Elm street I met a ounces free. wrt.... "Mf ..,. had la crlvp*mad h Wt hevtllk
t. I nod often dlne with a **T bad eMck he* 1.t'.kIs "eolation A hantfeomelv of Htn tT. .w1 _... "'". VSS.. Through tickets sold to all .
man whom BOWNE. Chemists. any"anentMa .raa!, ..... J a northern P''nU- For full Information regarding 1
SCOTT A yobxtl Bmnn*Ji.!u nno 4 .. rC ereiontmL tractions
> e ,l.MIr.- offered
one of those staid fellows ;yon know. "O Now York. by no other line; diagrams, re.enatlo. tickets to
-410 Pearl 3tr-ot.: M Ill Cfl.'t'.s. wM etc., apply
I He smiled at me In the most winning sad all dnnmUU.( ned Cross .Ihl\rl11l\t'Y. !t i Nt ARTHUR
joe. luau i W. PIE
way 'I would never baT. believed it flkie. r W,"....... ...:p.a. Passenger Agent, 214 West. Bay Steel, Jacisonrtlle, Florid



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EAST! COAST ADVOCATK, MAY_27. 1904. 1

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,TITUS VI Lt.K. 't'" :::i'. ft VERESCHAQIN IN I BATTLE. ":.
h -- /. I A NOTABLE IF YOU WANT: A... : .

/. ,i',1' ....".ry .f the n...l.. \Artist I* tAalatlv ".10.... \V..k" 9.I .bri lon In lu.tlu .
C:.mp.ljic.. I Graduate..
mbler TITUSVILLE. FLORIDA. Fur IWhaolour '
'Cottage The late Vasslll VeiVHchngln. the distinguished ,
I I There U. to be a unique trleLentlon ", .Building Lot
Uus lon artist and greatest at the Massachusetts Institute of .. ,
, -l :: of modern battle padntoo..accowparuled recbtioiutry In Boston the mho Ttli and
I Open AU the Year. Good Board and ..,Atteotloo.I .
1 j", Genera) Kauffuian, who undertook the bth 01 duns( when there will be held a or a lot with a BUILDING READY FOR OCCl FANCY, I,
I
'
Reasonable Rates. I' conquest of Tartnry, IlokLiuru and the "home. \\"(f>k" for the graduates tit' that
'
LAND FOR AN ORANOK GROVE
The call bits been
famous Institution.
Pamirs, pushing the Russian domain
r I Two doors from F. E. C. Railway Station, Titusvllle. :r'I' up to the very gate of India, says the I sent broadcast, and from practically ..; PINEAPPLE PLANTATION or TRUCK GARDEN

.' '_. ., Washington Post :\Vereachnglu accompanied every country of the clvlUz- -- ant I We probably have for sale Just what you are seeking. '

::1 l' MRS. A. J. SEMBLER Prop ietreu. the expedition, remaining I,most iiKh of the the loyal unciVilized-portion.teens of "Teen"of will the .t"V" I Settlers are flocking In but still there Is room If you are

,- -. '- -- -,- throughout the entire campaign. The I 'omu to renew old I friendships and as |( looking this way, drop A line to
\ two paintings thut made hint famous .
,
} tloll8.
l'I\I ;
JACISONVILLE: \ '
the "Klrghea! Head Hunters". and I The plans of the committee In chargeof JAS. E. INGRAHAM 3ruVice.Pre.ld nt.

I "Russians Surprised by Tartars" were the affair Include class and fraternity ", FLORIDA EAST: COAST R'Y, .
the result of this trip. I titterings and dinners, theater ,

: The first la a lire sire painting of a I Igl'UUp und trolley' parties and\ an excursion a .. .. ST. AUOUSTrNR., .. FLA. '
JACKSONVILLE -- - -- -- ----- -- --
iDYAL HOTEL FLA. of wild Klrglit'S Tartars. who : down\ I'oston barber One or two days

have ridden down und captured some I there mill bo reception nt which graduates MISSING WORD CONTEST.
Russians whose, bends: they are carry : and their friend. and families ,
Ing ..__ trophies buck to their encamp ----- .
'may inert President Henry H. Priuhctt : =- =
II ;;
ment. The other represents an action whlthe\ whole Institute will keep con- '
Opposite postoffiee. Centrally located. Thoroughly. repaired. acid', '\rb.aerated. In which the artist was. personally en- I .htiint open bout for all "gnuU., Tho 101 PRIZES offered for 'f.
\
I gaged. Riding one day with an ad- I j intention IK to hold class hud fraternity the correct solution.

Newly furnished throughout. Liberally conducted. ?> vani-o guard of cavalry and taking reunions annually at commencement "
hasty sketches of the central Asia to- time hereafter and to repent the ,._.--_- -

. Rates *2.50 per day and up.. pogruphythey/ w"ra suddenly ,surrounded full piogramuie of this j'ear's. "home Tropical Manufacturing Co.. manufacturers of tho great health.
.l and cut off by a \large body of Tar- week' every rive years. Drink METTO will pay all prizes The contest open to {
tar cavalry. A bloody engagement followed Though It celebrates no particular All. It's free to You ,
B. W. SPERRY Proprietor. both sides njfhtlng desperately I event the reunion comes about the -=-::=- -

for In'this campaign' neither side gave time of tho thirty-ninth birthday of FIRST PRIZE. 1
-
I quarter. tbs oldest American technical school To the that one sending the correct. .answer wo will give a beautiful life
West and The artist was thrown to the ground Its Hpoclnl significance Is that it Is the '
WESTMORELAND; HOTEL Bay Cedar Streets.JACKSONVILLE Ue: plotuia In gilt frame entitled "Put'Ity.
and almost killed a* a result of his first oveiTt of the kind ever held at "
any tlf.Ie..t
FLA. Thin> platnra' In .vinlHiltoitl. of Mettn honltll drink' I
, homo being shot and Instantly killed similar institution in this country. 'which heiinnu nil, .and iioutuin no dope or harmful .!rUIII..

American plan. Centrally located. Just built and running at full Hpeed. The result of The trouble bus been In the past that To the next A. . . . .'. ... . tol.on< each
opened this wan.that he was. cut oft from the outsiders and even graduate, came to "''.c', '' 5'. . . . . . 1 quart Motto each ...
this season. Fine cooking and good table. Hot and Cold Water command along with one of his friends look upon tlte Institute more ns a workshop .. :111. ... . . ,.I. .i l-aplnt! : Motto each
'
. f. an officer of the detachment who bad j than/ a college, but now that Its _" .i -", 70 , . . . *. .t !Motto Ticket each
: i Baths, Elevator etc. Five. minutes from any wharf or depot. All teen seriously wounded nod had fallen courses are practically unlimited it -- C\ 5 YOOW. '
I from his horse With nuignlflrent cour- taken to Itself the air of n .. hllll'' IT'S........ .. I .. ;"tPEOPtE. '

: street ears pins the door. Rates .2.00: to $$M per day.. VetesohiiKlu, "stunned, l und his face J' uuhcrslty, and the KathcthiK In JuneIs ... ....KNOW A GOOD.- ....WHEN THEY... ....IT1ARE;, ,

! ( MIL A. J. WALKER ... oo\' >n>d with blood' IIpl'lInto his feet n natural t I development from the USERS OF..IN.... .... OOOD.. ... .SUMMER,... ... f: .
Proprietor. and standing/ over the prostrate form ibanced circumstance Doubtless the _.
-" --
of the \\oumled ollU-er\ emptied two re- entbnslnsticmeoting of the dun 'of "
I Cut nut UII. r''Ion.'lltIln the blank ::1 ,
I
; voheiH.ten shots In all at the mob of ISO.: ) hut your had a great deal to do .1"...... nUllwortlo e.eh. blink. "{'alitA1Ih. \! .. .. .... .. .. ..... oJj, .J......,....
, t' Tow Victoria t Cor. Slain and Adams Streets liouUng Tn r tars ,cUmIn: In on them I with t tho prrHcnt nxMenieiit by showIng the whOle 10 mnke.n. npprnprl.te( ..n *. .J',,' .

) 1 J bringing down a savage at every shot. | what wn )possible.Much tonne aeNrtehg. ,. Meth. and, null! to I'. OJ J,.... .. ...... .. .. ... ....r.: .;....... ..... '
JACKSONVILLE FLA. The timely uppenniiice on the scene of | a movement as this present' one tllll 'rIlOI'WAL ]M'r0. ('1)., .

\ -JACKSONVILLE'S NEW MODERN IIOpT: the iniiln column was. all that saved the I seems to answer otx-n and for all time 14 lIre.tAd"lIIfltr..l.., r..t1. .. ..... .. ......I'taL. .... ..... ...... '
J 1&0 k.on"II,", Florlda. ,
Everything new; centrally located( elegant suites with private baths. pair the criticism that/ t tho modern technical I
]Utes: American $2 to $:.1 h; European, rooms 7.::>cts and upwards Later In this smite ('nlll1'lIlln'erel4' scl.oul has leHM "('lIlIl'J bpeclal Rates to Commercial Travelers. chngln innile his temporary hrndiunr-'| chiHHleal university, and HO to help to )7-Henllunbur: the first 101 correct answers 1C"IVlIllCuta, the prizes) Kent: In.

It RIXLER Prop. Formerly Prop River View Hotel. ters In the ahcjemt'1'urtar city of Humarknnd. emphasise (he Importance of till esKentlnlly your answers at once to the

In Asia. The city hud fallen up to dots branch of education. TROPICAL MANUFACTURING CO.,

\ Into the huiiils of the ltunlium only a 11 West Adams Street I JATICSONVILLK, FLA. I
She
f New Travelers Hotel JACKSONVILLE, FLA. short time before his arrival and (..Jenem .. -, .. .. -- --...---- ,
I KanlTnmn. thinking that a small

-On the American and European Plan- garrison would be sufficient to hold It,
left the place In charge of COO Russian! I
Under new Newly furnished and renovated. A
.. management. pleasant and departed with the main body of
family, home. Rates: American Plan #:J,(00 and $2.60; European BOcts the army to reduce llokhitru. A few

and up. All oars form Union Station atop at the doorr. days later a, force of 20,000 Tartars appeared HAVE YOU

I II. W. HANCOCK, Proprietor I on the scene and laid( siege to SFINi

? ,The beautifully \located Riverside Hotel at Green Cove Springs is under the I the town. Veresibugin held no command

3 1 '. same management. i whatever, but rather than seethe
Russians lone this Important stronghold
I
be assumed command and for i
NEW YORK
five days held out agnlnst the overwhelming 1'1

force of Tartars until General .i>> '..1 .. I I'f ." .. ,
Kauffmun to whom word had been ;: : THE ... ..
Marlborough sent returned to the relief of the beleaguered '!'//oI< I ." ', .

I city. ,'.
I, For this be was decorated by the czar

Broadway 36th and 37th Street., NEW YORK. with the cross of St. George the high

400 Room. 200 bath rooms. Lighted entirely with electrlo lights.:-Couduoted : est military honor conferred by the

on American and European plans and Is managed under the persona Russian government.RELIC .

.' supervision of the owner E. S. CROWELL Manager. OF-CIVIL WAR DAYS.


Document Bald tll B. Original South WALT N .BL ?
Carolina Be e..lon Ordla......
Hotel Vendome Broadway and 41 it Street
Mrs. John Robinson of Helvldere( N.

NEW' YORK CITY. J., the widow of a veteran of the war
> of the rebellion recently unearthed a ,
FIREPROOF. 300 rooms single and en suite with private baths and toilet valuable and unique document, believed .
rooms. EUROPEAN PLAN. Good rooms 'l. O; largo room. $2' and with to be the original ordinance of secession 1 .
private bath $:J.fiO per day and upwards. The management Is under the personal t
,,' supervision of the owner. FRANK ORUEN, Manager of the state of South Carolina ...! ...., .!-'. ...., ,\!. .
says the Philadelphia Press. It Is Ina '.- .....' .. \ 'ja ..
good state of preservation, the only /
KIAMESHA LAKE, N. Y. defect being some discoloration of the ,

paper by reason of age. I "
"
It Is printed on a sheet of vellum ,
KIAMESHA LAKE, 27 by 31 Inches in size and has appended ... rV \ '. I'.
(jamesba Inn I SULLIVAN COUNTY, to It the", names of 170 prominent I .

southerners. .. J I ) ,
NEW YORK. It came Into tbe possession of the '
t'I
family through a public sule. A picture I

was bought, and when taken out ',..',
This "New Rockledge"( of the North nestles-In! the mountains by the of the frame the document wan found .'':t .

concealed in the back where It had : ; ;
side of a beautiful lake, 2,000 feet above sea level. ,
: been placed for safe keeping by someone ", ,
in the south at the close! of the '''
Exquisite climate. All modern conveniences. Large airy rooms. '
: : .
Bowling Alleys, Golf and Tennis. war.The picture belonged to an old sol. A NEW INVENTION. ,
'1. dler who 'said he got It of a southerner. r'

, t There can be little doubt of the r
Most reasonable rates, genuineness of the document arid the

lady who owns It has been made a flattering ft Recently Patented all our the WOrld. ,,
II. R. SHARES., Proprietor. '
offer for It.
.

Liacoln and the Mal.. ?h r .. r"t; :; '
The Walton .
i flltYN MAWR, PA. Senator Chouncey: I>epew of New .. :.' .,; :I .
I York who has carried hU prtstlge us a "ALia l

reconteur (Into the upper house.of congress :

j BRYN MAWR, relates a hitherto untold story, Self.Locking Tackle Block. w

the Bryn Mawr Hotel PENN : about President Lincoln says Harper's I..; .

i I Weekly. It is apropos of the demandfor I 1g Mails la various shapes and sizes of ,
an Immediate strengthening of the : .
WOOD IRON and UKONZK. Will .
United States navy.
J work well with chain
( Absolutely. Fireproof.) "I remember," said the New York equally rope or
_, millionaire on the fliKir of the senate, wire rOlle.
I
"being In the executive urn union at one Will work at any bight upside down 4/

time and In Mr. Lincoln's offlc whena horizontally: ot at any angle l and .will '
OPEN JUVK TO OCTOBER. For tfOrma. etc sddrrns.LELAND tt'I"Kraut8" handed to him which '',
stop and lock at any point. ,
the information that a brigadiergeneral
gave
I Invaluable for every kind of bu. 'ne.. 1 ,
through foolishness of an extreme :'
sort, had been captured down In where a block In nerdnd frequently av 4il ..
1':' "
STERRY, M uan er. Virginia. In his command wall a long I l lag the labor of one.man or more. ':.1

train of puck wagons and mules. Mr I Nothing Jib It for hanging or stretching .
Lincoln read the dl"pateh. Then betook I wires.Address.
BRYN MAWB PENN. up his. pen and Bald]: .. }
"With thatpen I can make a brigadier t all communications to the

general In a minute but I cannot
replace those mules!* Walton Self-Locking Block Co, ?

: JOB PRINTING (Incorporated.) r f I ;
its rdir. I I/ ,
"A nice husband you are!" "elttmsf'lim Office and Wareroom 404 Atlantic Ave I' II I'' / t

In a passion. "You care less i 4' Near Rowe's Wharf Ktevatcd Station. / I\,\

about me than about those pet anlmnU / r 'I BOT: ()\. MASS. I Ir I ,

Executed at the office of the of yours. Look what you did when I -- I
Y I r I
.\zl died. Husband I
>Ir,
poodle. .i
your
I +! b a Sample Blocks can be seen at the Ao-
(quietly)-Well. I. had him etutl'plI t y'
I t7al office Tltunllle and the II p
Wife (exasperated)-You wouldn't have VOCAT ; at store ; l p,
EAST ADVOCATE PRINTING OFFICE. gone to that expense. for. mo-not you I '- Y ) r I'' of 8. B. Hubbard' A: Co.; Jacksonville.' ;. k, I'' II '' '
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P. G. WALTO.t. WOMEN'S CLUBS.
: : j. -o/ I 4 r.A. Morgan, oprletor. !

MORGAN & WALTON aeDdl'UI
An ADVOOATB correspondent
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-a / JEWELERS AND SILVERSMITHS, the following from St. Louts. ; and ai''

I : + 41 West Bay Street, In Tt:1 PHARMACYS
.FIRE INSURANCE. Mrs. Naetblng la known to seyeral I
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( : JACKSONVILLE:, FLORIDA. Tltusvllle, wbe-e she visited her bus RED [ :

: i, Largest stock In this section of country., Tltusvllle, Fla.ReprelentID band on the houseboat, Rose Marie, ,

j j'' Established to 184(8.( several years ago, the Item may be of interest '

,l : ; I' Send for descriptive catalogue. : ,to our readers.On TITUSVILLE, FLOKIDA.

h. .', 11 I Ij The Liverpool A. London" Globe 4 the 17'h' lost, at St. Louis, two Complete Stock of-
j -THEFLORIDA Insurance Co. unique event attended the assembling

Tbe Hartford Fir Insurance Co. of delegates to the National Federation I AbD DRUGGISTS SUNDRIES

;{;, MOTOR CO. The )Etna Insurance Co. of Women's Clubs. One Is the fact that I BA Filled With the

'lif' The Continental Fire Insurance Co .rwr r one lone-but not lonesome-man accompanies i Care and Fromptltnde.TSQI

j' np DAYTONA, FLEA, The llotoe Insurance Co of N. Y. the delegation from Massachusetts. : TRADE. GIVE,, US A TRIAL ORDER.

1t ''i';:"+: Carry a full line of..... The Phenlx: Fire loiuranoeCo. AFTER. THE FIRE. Choice Line of Cigars, stationery, School Supplies, Perfumery Brushes,

+ 11 a 1' AUTOMOBILES and TIRES' The Firenun's Fund Insurance Co. The other Incident Is based on the way Toilet Articles, Shoulder Braces, )Fine Can<}les, and all other articles kept
The the aafe aad I its content may be Intact the New York delegation made up for : by up-to-date drug stores.i .
Pennsylvania Insurance Co.
.....In stock also all
The Georgia dome Insurance but If there I IA no Insurance (thecontents Its 60 blue badges for mem We i give prompt and careful attention to mailorders.
MARINE and STATIONARY' OASOI The Chester-German Ia ur. Co.Co. ; forgetting .NNN..4>e+ee....+...+.+.*>**..************.***+4<
of the safe cover only a email
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kl\ LINE ENGINES Norwich Union Fire In* Society.! bers.Horror this
.. t attended the discovery of
f Northern Assurance Co., of Rag part of your asset), the savings of a
,. DYNAMOS, Niagara Fire Insurance 0.), life time may vanish within a few oversight by the fair delegates. How FAZ+_ ::se. ..:C &j :aeO.DEALERS :: .,

MAGNETOS Fidelity A. Deposit Co., of Maryland, were they to be recognized by the St. IN-
{s'": Bonds." hour time. Insure with us, protect Louis. committee their arrival ?
BATTERIES, Surety on
GRAIN AND HAY AND ALL FOOD PRODUCTS
EVAPORIZERS, Sole Agent In Brevard County yourself, and, In case. of a fire loss, Mrs. Charles .. Naethlng, of New GROCERIES, ,

SPARE; COILS for the get enough money to put you on your York however was wearing a gorgeous We handle PRODUCE of all kind. We are agent for MAPES FERTILIZE'We
and underskirt whose luxuiiant flounces deal exclusively the above line of goods and solicit the trade of all cone:
PLUGS New York Life Insurance
? Co. feet again. Groceries delivered at
Grain and all station.
Write us for prices on your
y e of all kinds, and are offering them for were threaded with yards upon yards of ers E. L. BRADY; BRO. TITUSVILLE, FLA.
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ale at... blue ribbon. A lifted frock betrayedthis
SENATORIAL SITUATION. ANALYZING THE GUBERNATORIAL -- -
to the watchful eyes of the members
..OUT 3P2EUCO3ZK5'... i
,I ; VOTE. and Mrs. Naethlng. was straight' w. E. GOLDSMITH

\ i They have a few bargains In The result of the Senatorial primary, way shorn ot her skirt and her ribbonwas ,
1 ae officially announced the
by State promptly/ confiscated When the
': KNOX, Committee follows The fact that Mr. Itroward received a -Dealer In-
was
as :
I' few more votes In the State at large than women left the train each flaunted her
l I .. BUCK, For Tallafeiro . . . . 22,223: : were cast for Mr. Davis, -a pitiful plurality blue knot.. STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES,' HAY GRAIN, FRUIT AND
Stockton . . . . 12,771: of 227 In .
I WHITE, Jennings . . . ... 0,243 one.half of: a vote o..nt.-hall. of14,141 been, or about PRODUCE OF ALL KINDS.
seized
DE MOOT, .. Call . . .. . . l,1U8 upon 'by Mr.one Bioward'n per supporters III CHURCH NOTICES.Pastor TITUS VI LLK FLORIDA.

GRANT.FERRiS, Total. . . . . -4'5,4MI( \ the leading I and apparently, the only); -
In favorof hU
nomination lithe
argument H. B. Gibbons of the Titus
+ MARINE A: STANIONARY ENGINES.All Necessary majority . . ,r' 2:1,704: second primary.: A brief examination ville Baptist chinch will preach at LaGrange I INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORY.TITUSVILLE .

Tullaferro lacked . . . 4R2 of the official returns will discover morning; ac.d evening, Sunday,
Kinds of Stockton . . . OP83} the real value of such an argument. 'May :2Uh.! .. FLA.
LATHE WORK Senator Tallaferro had mllJorlllta over lroward's vote In the entire State waa Is prepared to furnish Ice In any quantity-Sacked or looAe. Special attentlod
j the combined vote of all his opponents I a very small ruction over :30 per cent 01 There will be preaching In the Methodist paid sacking for,Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing la my motto. '
i A Specialty. In seventeen counties viz: Bradford, the entire vote, while 1 avis' vote was church In ritusvllle, next 'Sunday) T. T. WETMORE. Proprietor.
i May :20th, at 11 a. in, and 7 .m)
Dade, DeSoto, Dnval/, ENoambla, Prank within quite a* small a fraction aa 2I>,'(' : p. m.
I I Write for Prices and Terms. lln, Illllsboro,Jackeon, Manatee.Nassau, per cent of the whole-a difference In All cordially Invited to attend. '

J --- ---.- Orange Oseola, Putnam, /Santa: Rosa, Broward's favor onn one-half of one per Archdeacon B. F. Brown went to Orlando .
,, Volusta, Walton, and Washington. He coot. Broward leads, to be sure. but yesterday to examine two caodt MeMurray: & Baker
\ L. L. MOTXa
f, w'. bad pluralities/ over Stockton in fourteen scarcely enough to jns'lfy very much dates for holy urdeus! He will remain ,
t i\\ { count ley, viz.: Ataohun, Baker, Calhoun, of the bragging his filendx are doing In over Suridif .oIXI.-l'oIlIll.1 :i"u./y-I..r, /
Hamilton, Holmes, Lake, Mutton Monroe his bell ilflirowHrd lh.ir ordination. I *lll bo the 4UhanulversMiy
''IL I'olk, Ot. Julius, /Wumter: Uwanoee got ,,,",,11 majorities In rive ..f lie( Aroli.t..i..j'.ci's. ......tllia. 401.414 East' tiny Hirst, -I 'U.kaoullvlllt", Florida.
sod l\Vakulla.. small counties, viz: /Mllioun: LiivwvertpLlheity. tlon.
1 With respect to his only remaining Mono" and, 'rx\l-; I)"via got! Makers. and .lohbeis" of-
competitor, Senator Tallaferro carried large mij j iil'le' In 4lv b.gcoir Ilex, viz : ,
thirty-one of the 43 counties In the Dade, Ullv"1/ 1'IIID"m, w. Johns. and Cleiinlnj a.nil| I're.si, ,,liiyr.:

State. Ills (plauralltv, over Stockton was Volunla. The sum <>f llruwnrd's m.J. .>r. Vehicles Harness carriage and Wagon Material]
t'I.t. )..'151: 5 over Jennings' Wl)77! ; und his ma- Itles was 217; the sum of V...I..' majorities ,
1"t All work dune ,
Polity' over the combined vote of both was 8.15.: ", -Wot.\le. Call and
I" sue me. Andrew. (Ht .on, at the I'ailor
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wa. adfl.( The.e'll "lead": f'>r :you Suddleiy, Rubber Tires.
1 Senator Tallaferro received, nearly 40 Broward ""cl1relllIr"lIlle/ over Davis 13arbernn. | W""liiiikrti ii avenue.

l\i iI : : percent, while Mr. Stockton received In 24 counties, and In one the, rote wasa First-Class Repairing and Painting. Etc. Etc..
less than 2i! per cent of the aggregate tie between them These to.urlittle Shoe Uelullrlug.I ..
i vote, of the entire state. pluralities' In elt'elll..f the number. givento --
In Uuval county the home of both of Davis constitute about all that Biow
the leading contestants, the total vote ard'a friends can really aftoid. to boast do all kic.is.f I h..t and sh.>p repairing T111': SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPANY
and dn .. .
i .. .. was 8.70of( / which Tallaferro received of. not forget <>i>ponlie JasPiltchard
I 1 t'' .. ." Sl,:<77, VIM majority over all, while Sto-k- But, after all, the real test of fitness &: Son.NDHEW: UIIIHOW.TltiiHvlile .
Fine Liquors, Wines, Beers ;ton received only 1,272: : votes, (109 less as between the two candid ties, must bu Kla.
Ales Stout, Etc. I Ij then a rosjorlty. The scattering vote- found In the vote cast In their ruwpect- Wood, Coal Coke, Brick, Lime, Cement,
j V3T Sead me your orders! Jennings/ and Call-numbered only 112, IveoiMiniles and precincts, and tbe> official "OR ALL KINDS[ OK.IOI1' PRINTING ., -..
V !j TITUSVILLE and COCOA, FLORIDA. I Stockton's vote was less than 34 percent returns show conclusively how each remember the ADVOCATE office. *Far, '
I t of the total county vote while Tallaferro Is regarded, by his friends, neighbor and .
: I received/ over 03 per cent of the whole fellow citizens whore he I 11\. bust known, Vitrified, PaYing and Sidewalk Brick......
:1'' J. L. l\10DLEY cumber uf votes cast:. In his own home
i I II In Senator Tallaferro's home precinctIn ----- Offices foot ot lloitnn street, .J ck.llavllle. Floilda. Telephone No.!
I f: I TITUSVILLE, FLA. Uuval county, Stockton received 00 SONDERGAARDLASSEN.Word .
i votes, while Tallaferro received 180), or J. K. )IUN nHLYN: General Managef.,, .
t Contracts for all kind of Painting, Kal nearly 71 per cent of the totol vote,
aomlnlng, Staining, finishing and PaperHanging has arrived at the ADVOCATe
of 130 --- -----
being a plurality : over Stockton, Have examined and fitted
I ; at the most reasonable price .. office that Miss Emilie Lateen hits your eyes
not
and a majority over all of 10. In Stock The niilent KntaMlnlieil: CJraln) end Semi House in the 8tele..Arrxl. .
consistent with good woikmanshlp. ton's home precinct, Senator Tallafoiro gone to Denmark to spend the summer, by the expert.

\ All Work tbe East Coast received 270 votes, or nearly M per cent but took unto herself/ .a husband In- DR. O L. MANDAVILLK, rlMPezt
on
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I of the shale vote, while Stockton, got
' a f t only 217, nr 41 per cent. Tallaf rro'l stead. Referring to the wedding of this Tltutvllle, Plot'Ida. \. : : :: .. A. :S:1JS cSl; Cc|

I I r. Is Especially Solicited plurality over Stockton being; 03, and popular and charming young lady, a
i ii, Let mt' know what yon want and get; my his majority over all 47. Perth Amboy (V. J ) :
'I( c estimate on It. Prompt attention Notwithstanding this conditions, Mr. "At three! o'clock paper yesterday says after. ...................... GRAIN, HAY, AND GARDEN SEEDS

I i I, :\ given to all work. Stockton has been quoted as declaringthat noon, the Rev J. F. ('hrlatian-irn, pits- :: E. Vesey Hall : ,
!( 'If Callaferro lacked only a single tor of St. Danish !
(1 Stephen's Lutheran Flour Grits Meal and Fertilizer,
vote to secure a majority he would it i ]
church In this city, united in marriage Georgians Fla. I
i William Hindle In second j
: I that make be a contest Intended to a"make primary the nomination and Jeppe and Miss Sondergaard Emilia' Lassen, of :U.I:of State Tltusvllle street,, Boat Builder. i;; .TltooteM xa 112 East Hay Street, ACKSONVlLLE, FLA.

i TJN, COPPER AND SHEET IRON cost those fellows $100,000." Fla. The marriage took place at the A II;ta. for C-uiina Feed.Warehouses on tracks of S. A/ L. R'y. and Plant Sy t teiJo
: ; WORKER Since the primary, some of the newspapers home of Petei Sondergaard, of ICeyport. < ;ONLY lI'.I..r.CI..AM'i. WORK.: -- .- -
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i', which suported Stockton have declared *The bride was dressed In a blue silk, :
< Wilte for Estimates.
j q I Plumbing, Pump Work, Pipe Fitting. for Tallaferro; some of them have trimmed with lace. Encircling her neck ii .. $3 a t E8trbQQTrt!+' a+.
\ urgently/ advised Stockton to withdraw was a string of pnnrU. !She: wore orange ...................*..
GALVANIZED. IRON STORAGE from the race, and several of t those newspapers blossoms. Tim bride wa given away r-S
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which had remained neutral dur- t-l
by Kx-Assessor Peter Nt>lon.
( TANKS MADE Tti ORDER. ring the first campaign, are openly advocating "The brUloBiu tld... were the Misses I

;I Your Patronage Is Solicited Mr. Tallaferro's nomination, even Petra and Aitt'.n" Hinsen. nieces of the ]East Coast Meat Market
Including some that supported Governor
groom. Peter 3<>adarg aid was the best _
COCOA, FLA. Jennings : I
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man I II
If a majority of the Democrats of "The Mendlsohn wedding march was (K H\ DUUKN I Agent. SPAULDING'S ROSE, No.4. $3.26 Bbl.
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Florida, after caieful, consideration of &:C ..., BLISS TRIUMPH .
I I sweetly) played by Saphus La : the foregoing facts and figures, do not I :
Stanley.KitohingDealer of the bride. : c::>
: : ; HEBRON, :
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reach the conclusion that Senator Talla t. $2.76
\ "After the ceremony, all sat down toa -- ::!. '
in- ferro Is fairly entitled to the nomination superb wedding sifpoer,after which Mr. c.a. A Garden and Field Seeds.L. I
I It will be a miracle Indeed. and Mrs. Sondergaard left for unknown 2. .ASTITUSVILLE. co. I O.A.
EEt.C>N'
., FISHING( TACKLE; STATIONERY CIGARS pArlll on their wedding tour. Upon their t Lt Wf Soec1san.a.ri":: ::

t i. Tobacco, Pipes, Candles Fancy China BREVARD COUNTY COURT. return they---, will- --- _reside non, -In- Perth ---J'A mKstv. .** su-: tiY =' I 14 East Bay St.. Jacksonville, Flavo J

1 and Temperance Drinks happy pair, who have the best '
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The following brands of deUyeredI' a eJ n .a--: m---n
i cigars 1---- of the ADVOCATE and their many i-o"n.tif!!:' --
at '::1.2per: bolt of 00: County Court convened on Monday, friends. will arrive here sometime -.f L.II rnCi .
Humboldt, Key West Smokers, Promos with Judge A. D. Penney presiding; cI: _
and 0. L. Gaulden, prosecuting. There In November, tn spend the season eta
I Cremo, Cabanas, I'ohalxkt. were only three cases for trial. with Captain and Mrs. Nelson, at their c.a-. THE ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING OFFICE
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I Flinch Cards, :30c.; Hand Made Palmetto The following jurors answered to their beautiful winter home In South Tltusvllle ] FLORIDA.
Hats, :5o.! names: A. E. Holt .f. T. Snell, T 'A.Cockshut. ALL KINDS OF JOB PRINTING
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paper acknowledges .
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STUART FLORIDA. Charles Fulton P. A. McMil I ..
lan F. Booth, J. M. Osban. J. 0 IH el. receipt of .a large piece of delicious --- ---- -- ----- -- ----------------------- -

b' tenre, Chas. D Case, U. Nolle, J. Mendel wedding cake, with ornaments on
!' Robbins & Graham Go and E. II. Rice top whloh we decided among friends
'I'beoliowing oases were disposed of: who appreciated It. --
State of Florida v. Will Redding, "GLOBE"
(Incorporated.) colored, charged with gambling. The mtc
PAID UP CAPITAL $:JS,000.0X( Jury brought In a verdict of /guilty He NEW YORK MUSICALE.Miss .
f was fined $25 and costs or three months' "
J This company owns hard labor. M. E. Berg, aunt of Miss Mabel "' 37t
: State of Florida vs. John Mills) colored who Is well-known GASOLINE &J] eZ
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L.. u :1ST ID:) S Berge, to many" of
charged with gambling. The jury -:
Tltusville residents, and who resides at
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a the Indian Rivet Country; On the St. brought In a verdict of guilty, and the 1843 Seventh avenue. New York, on Saturday al .
was fined $23: ; and costs or three r
prisoner
Lncle River; at:New River and on Bay mouths' hard labor. musicale evening to her lau young, gave a friend.reception and and It MARINE ENGINES :

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Blaoayne.!. Prices to suit the times. State of Florida vs. Cleve Taylor, proved enjoyable. The entertainment Included
white, charged with beating his way' recitations by Miss" Jennie Buck- Ll, o _
Send for Land List on the train, pleaded guilty. He was wald, planlste; Miss Edna Rtscovar: and a t. r::: :.0:
Offices at Tltusville and Miami Fla. fined $25: and coats or six months', hard II,.. Ella Krause,sopranos;Otto C. Storm :;:;
labor. Sentence was suspended In this violinist and Mr. Joshua D
Bros. case.None of -defendants were represented There were a large number of guests :..:.:. -CI to:
Hodgson counsel. present ________
by 4i-.r: &c:: '=
MARRIED.Mr. : z
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EAU GALLIE, INDIAN RIVER, FLA.
AN EXCURSION.TOWASHINGTON. THE
Marine Railway. I S. ,B. HUBBARD CO. SI
J Frank S. Sams, of New Smyrna, o
', a General 1 Merchants and Ship Chandlers.aI 1--- son of Senator: Frank W. Same who is g c.c

..Special Facilities.. known to many people la this town, was -..A.GJnTTSbI: :
There will be an excursion to Washington married at DeLacd, last Thursday to -
t For.Hauling Out Storing and Repairing and return, via .Seaboard AirLine Miss Irma Mann,daughter of Mr.( H. W. Jacksonville -
Yachts and Launches Railway, from Jacksonville, and Mann\ of DeLand. It was a runaway Florida.. HEBWRITE c:
tickets will be on sale daily, limited to lore match, and without the knowledgeof .c -
Mention* the JOVOCAT wftM writing; October 31stDouble the parents of either party. The contracting ::J:

dally service. Write to A. O. parties took a carriage: across 'c,
; J3T- OLD NEWSPAPERS For Sale, MacDonell, A. G. P. A., Jacksonville, country for Daytona. They have. many > FOR CATALOG AND PRICES..
Cheap, at this otJlce.u. 1"1." II-at friends who extend congratulation. .









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