East Coast advocate
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Title: East Coast advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: June 3, 1904
Publication Date: -1891
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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, 4 VOL. 38. NO. 15. TITUSVIL.L.E. PL.QRIPA. FRIDAY JUNK ti. lOO-t. PRICE So. it p

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rs. \ LOCAL NEWS Messrs. W. R. Sanders and C. It. Special June Snleat Kline's, GRAND BALL AT TITUSVILLE. POLITICAL SPEAKING AT AMONG THE HOTELS, '
RS. Sanders, of Indianolawere in 'town on Monday, June
anjr.- '; A.nd Topics of General Interest. Monday and Tuesday. One of the biggest ;bulls .since last 4th The AnvocATK Is now on file at all '.

-Extra copies of the ADVOCATE: are of July was the I..ap"tur Ita'.l I, !given '
the best hotels In New York
::SUITS made IIf the I On Monday evening at the, ( CI"l't. city.
printed weekly for free In the O house TlttiHvillo, on W dnemUy .
distribution( |>er% ,
- THE ADVOCATE among hotels and people In the north. well) known true blue, special price, I night.! It was a complimentary horse, 'r1t.1I1IY1l1tlI. r. Frnnk ,Clark, tlnn.dldll' Whore to stop along the Kast Coast ,
$5 8. for Congressional honors deliver
See \list of hotels and houses
hall, given In honor of the Indies! of this boarding
t 1.50 per annum In advance.; -Mr. Frank Clark, candidate for Congress EXCELLENT QUA r.tTY of FLANNEL I / oil an excellent address to u audience/ 1st and 7th .
.. town who Imbued with TerpHlaliora- on pages.
1.00 Blx months, was In town on Monday and Tuesday SUITS, worth *:8.00.'for' M.08.: are of ladles. and gentlemuu. We have no

2.00 per an. to foreign countries. and gave Us\ a pleasant call. SPECIAL; PRIORS In Haoan Shoes, I an llHiNiiiHtlcnlly tniites. The attended ball wan and largely diinclng aDd was en room to publUh his speech lit length The Seaside Inn, Ooodnll, U now open 'i 1

; y* Reading notice ads. are ten cents -Miss Grace Reed has refurnod home Negligee Shlita and underweitr. continued I with great gusto.. until after Judge A. D. Penney, In, n neat, little for the summer lo""on. notwithstandingall .
All mall orders promptly filled for any speech, InCroiliiui-d! M r. Clack; to the reports to the contrary. Mr Horace :
per line on this page. from Rollins CoIle Winter Park, and miilniitht.,. The Southern waa '
? are of the above goods. audience, and he at once oomimmct'd his K, Stewart, tho owner, Is making his
her friend her line and the dancors,
pleased trim were
see )
-Capt. W. II. Sharpe of Sharpea, w as many Jut.urn KLINE:, merry addresathis .tlrst of It being about as house .. popular... ever. :1
In town much with the excellent miialo
tl again. pleased
+ in town a day or two this week. Titusville Fla. follow t
rendered. Take. not<, of the new ad. of the SenthW ,
-One of the finest and largest refrigerators I am profoundly grnatful the good
Motlow has returned. !
Robt. L.
-Mr. Munngor W. S. Brannlng "did himself Tltusvlilo
cottage, on our page.:
In town is the of llievanl for the
,\ from his visit to Mulberry and Winchester one recently purchased -Miss Rogers, of Orlando, is visiting proud" on this. occasion, for bo not only people county mugnlf- ThU. Is the most up-to-date boarding .
by Mrs. A- .', Sembler.: It Is a Icont vote given" me In the pilmary election
1 Tenn. ep beauty, and Mrs. l Sembler naturally feels Mite\ Mary Cllrrutbers.lIIr. "11 J'plle.lllallon" of cool, delicious claret of May lath By oonmtoruted devotion holme in town and. Is within 40 ,yard
p, -Mr. C. R. Stewart, a prominent orange quite proud of it. E. E Grimes, of Cocoa, was punch, but piesen ed all the guests with ti> the bust !Interest of our peopluI of the F. E. O. Ry. station. !

groweftof Booaventuie, is In town the callers at this office a ,pretty and .appropriate programme/ ) to In some deserve the under ".
among pleasant measure The Wayside Inn, Jensen, the
SEND YOUR MACHINE WORK AND of dances, with pencllatntohudsupplledby
visiting his parent yesterday.Mr. confidence you have manifested In me, able management of Mr. Chas M Cons, '
order. for Hardware, Building Material the job department of the AovoOATK. -
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-Mr. T. B. Hicks, of Sebastian, "was Etc., to The Oeo. 11. Fernald W. A. Farmer, candidate for :. The ladles did remarkably well and It lent .as your representative to 1 I.* rapidly tilling up with commissionmen

I: in town a couple of days this week, having Hardware Co., Sanford Fla. assessor, was In town a con pie of days on this occasion end there were no Congress no act of mine shall ever reflect fruit buyers and transportation
dldoiedlt, this
come for medical advice. this week voters "wall lowers" the gentlemen.** on groat constituency agents who have expressed tbemsel..e"muoh
up Interviewing among :
r i -Miss L. M, Seale, a charming young: 1 have niiide an open fight before the' planned with the management and ,
On the
\i Mr. W S. Norwood la still\ limping lady from St.: Augustine, la now sojournIng TITUSVILLE ORCHESTRA IS OPENfor this of the, our most city reporter balls nays people, never descending to mean personalities service Mr. Coss has competent and ,:

\ : around with a painful foot, from the effects at the Oould house. She:) attendedthe engagements up and down river I Iin Tltusvtlle was one thla ,. enjoyable but fearlessly dlpnusulng. public experienced, white waitresses (from the 1 1I

of a nail running Into It. Tbe foot, ball at the Opera house on Wednesday towns. Muslo\ first-class and up-to yen Ixstien and. public records Thetio die.creelous Hotel Colonnades, Spit breeze), and the 1

however Is getting well. night. date. Address, J, A, COLLINS. ------ Imve a*, all times, on n>y pxrn'st I hotel Is getting to be highly. spoken of J

Senders of Indianola has A NEW ORCHESTRA.Our tense, hues coi.tluoted In piirllntnentnryuiign among the traveling public.
-Mr. 'I'. S. -The Flshdealers' Asxnclatlon will Dame, Humor says Miss Maggie Collins

been spending a day or HO In ton, having hold a meeting the Co.irt-hoime, Tltusvllle 1. one of the stenographers' and type- dignity I, ( /(of, and the high with ollloe due' rogiiril of for I the. Workman under direction Mr Jos.

I come up to attend the ball In the tn.morrow. (Hal It 1" "" ) evening wilts of the Port Dailu National Hank city editor has been informed! that I Cotifiiesa.I It Is ivpnuantatlvo to MoIJun.tlil\ are now engaged In add. t

Opera house, Wednesday night. at seven o'clock, when all Mali dealersare at Miiiml, .llIs"on return to 'I'll IIIIvll Ie, a meeting wait held nt the Opera guise| continue this line of campaign" my ,purpose, believingas Inn a HpncUni. grill-room and cafe to t '

-Mrs. M. S. Jones, jr.. of Q
been In town this week: enjoy\ lUg a few -There will l' be a meet Ing of Ft lend- River State Bank' Tltusvllle. \I resulted. the formation an orchestra will not Indorku a c.iiiipnlgn of personal I News. This will bo iiilte an Im

days' visit with relatives She attended .ship Chapter No. 11, Order of Eastern -Miss Louise Brown Inn returned under. the "namo of 1 the "The Southern ) illume of one' opponent, and thata pvovement, to I the big hotel and a great.

1 the ball on Wednesday n?) lit. Star: Ithe Chapter: room, Tltusvllle, on home from tolllus College, Winter Park Orchewtra. Miss Dulnv' Itrndy" wall unanimously discriminating' public will at all Union convenience to Its !lU".' a. Heretoforethe

Tuesday evening next, when a full attendance where she has been all the winter Her elected president1ls; Grace recogfllxo the difference between such hnoelltlUl had nothing of the kind.
of the West
-At a recent meeting Iteorl, secretary and, tr. Board of Mr. of membeis is requested.Mr. many young friend are pleamtd to see method and the legitimate record of a )
Palm Trades Joseph
Beach W. S Brannlng leader underneath
excavation the
new dining
her In Tltimvllle\ again President Win. public servant" who I 18 aeeklug further '
Jefferson* the far-famed actor, was nnauimoubly R. E. Mime, Superintendent of Every :.Tuesday nlifht regular" practicewill loom and In which this new feature of '!
Dallas National
M. Brown of the F
1 rt IJo'l IOIIIII'del'lnentTbe
'. elected president of the Board. Public who the hll l held In the house .
was Palm
Instruction, among Opera the Royal will\ be located. The
end of last of his
Miiiml the
Bank people i homecomeoo'inty-
will pleasant callers at this office on Wednesday up ': he following are the names of those. | \ entrance will be by a broad stair l leading/
: DR. DANIEL, OF COCOA open week, to spend a few days with his Duvalwhere Mr. Harm boasts he was
I' his office at the Foil Pierce hotel, at distinctly Informed us that he was daughter and the balance of the family.Mr. ,forming the onthorn' Orchestra Miss born and, lies lived all of Ills life, repudiated down from the balt-room. The furnish* ,f flnps e
jr.S jr. ,. \ Fort Pierce, on June 3rd, and remain not a candidate for member of Brevard DI\I..y l Brady, Miss Grime' Rend. MlItone \ Mm In the of \Kith will\ \ be very handsome and are to
f 'II'I I about two weeks. School:! Board. and that he was not soliciting and Mrs Wn,.- fllndle and fami Blg low ; Mecce W. S Url\nnlnll'i by nearly two-third primary of the vote May of the, be antique In character.
votes. ly, of Cocoa arrived In town on Tuesday Casper Mime and James lIllie !: '
::1 'j 1 -Mr. C. J. Denhamassistant managerof afternoon, and took possession. of oilutrs have been Invited to Join, and the county. |lie frequently boasted In the :
I Decoration In Tltusvllle attended late in ale thai l
Day was publlo speeches
Kline'. store, Tltusvllle, will leave Capt. J. 0 Walton's 'furnished cottageIn membership will aonn be Inoieased., :
S I' here on tbe early train, Sunday morning, by quite a number of people, who South Tltusvllle. Mrs Hlndler and Arrangements; have Imen made with the Bond Trustee and City Council: of t
11 went to tbe to decorate the the city of Jacksonville\ Indorsed him
for Augusta, Ga., to join his wife. He cemetery children came upon the train while Mr the manager of tbe Opera. house to furnIsh -1 1h.lt'tIlI
graves bf the Blue and the Gray withlowers and that the people his home approved Rookledge, Fla May :.10, IfXU',. "
will be away two week IIlndle drove to Tltusvlilo In his trim- the music for I the grand! ball, to be
': ( and mlnature flags. F. the making of( the A. V A
Major W.Vper: Kant' Count ..IdronatetI
Mr. Hlndle tins In the lioiine 4th.
looking carriage. Opera on
" -Mr. Jas. A. Abrams, a well known M. Taylor was the principle mover In pony given cent contract. but when the sovereign
i. the contract to put a new tin roof on the .. wish to sny a few word In connectionwith
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\ p, and popular dealer In musical Instiu- this laudable affair people, the Intelligent Democracy of Du- 11
Indian hotel well in the Gubernatorial
River oompetlon.
\,262. j ments, at Jacksonville, has been spendIng a as putting A SURPRISE PARTY. val county, had. an opportunity to be
of Green Co..eSprIDjs. If the figure In lest issue
Geo Uanford baths etc. : were
I new your
week looking
i this
[ several day. In town heard, they condemned his making. this
her husband which I do doubt Mr.Dnvls 'I
0 has joined who oorreo-, ( not ,) :
after his Interests. Nelson Kx-Assessor of
has been In Tltusyillo for several weeks. -Capt. Peter; contract by an overwhelming majority ) I is preferred to M r, llroward In Mr. '
1- Perth Amboy N. .J who hRS been In On of this week about He tin learned that 1110110 office Is "
Monday evening '> a
1j ; -Mrs. E. M. Blgelow daughter: They are staying with Mr. and Mrs. L. Rroward s own home precinct, which J
j have been visit that city for a few weeks, attending to fifteen of thu young filend of Miss Annie puhllotrust" ooutraduunotlon' to a would. '
._f Astor Park, enjoy ing a e. Branntng until they can find a suit naturally oume people to think ,
1" and M. Dixon this buslneiis affairs and the SondergaardLassen ; Jones, made her a surprise party, at her "privAte snap .. *
'with Dr. Mrs. J. week. able house to lent Mr. and Mrs. Han- that, a* Mr Broward wa beaten In his
Mrs. Blgelow was a former resident' of ford will move their furniture to Titus. wedding, returned to hisresi home nour Tltusvllle. The evening wan Early; In this. campaign/ the question own precinct, that )Ir. Ditvl was moreIliteti deuce In South Tltusvllle on Tuesday. spent playing amos with plenty of of my eligibility for election to Congress '
'ItuHville and is a sister-in-law of Mrs.no. vllle and become permanent residents for the Goveinor'* chair than Mr. -
the here with his fami niuilc the different members of the maid and Lute hue been
to spend summer by wits matter so '
9. M. Dlxon. Mrs. Hanford Is Mr. L, C. Brunnlng'ssister. llroward and under these conditions I <
ly. Captain NelHon save that after the party, Miss Annie, In her naval, charm thoroughly\ ; und widely illwousHed that 1 shall tender Mr Davis support la the '

\ COLLINS HAS ACCEPTED THE wedding the bride (Mis. Sondergaard) ing manner, entertained the on in puny, had thought! If there was one cllltJRtlon| Nooond primary. otherwise my I might' have

agency for the Postal Typewriter. -Mr. II, J. Rossiter, Rockledge's well and her brother left for Denmark on a and 1 the evening passed away very pleas that had been definitely settled It was voted for Mr. Broward., Hut this I I. not
An date machine doing all work known winter writes tbe visit their relatives/ but Mr. Sonder- the fact that
up-to photographer, to ; : antly. Refreshments consisting/ of candies I was entirely eligible fur all. Why won't this rule work equally "

needed. Universal key board. Price ADVOCATE: as follows: "From the land I gaited will remain In Perth'Amboy untl nuts, oranges, etc., were served, and election to Congress. I have frequently as well In electing our County Commissioners

rs ,; ,. 9 $:..I3.00. of plenty of rain and cold, miserable their return to the United States Mr. abut: 11 o'clock tbe guest bid their stated In my public speeches, that If t If the people In their Immediate

;: -Mr. E. L. Shear, wife and child, ar- weather, with tires and overcoats, fresh, and Mrs. Sondergaard expect to reach liOHleM good night: voting( the occasion reputable, dI8In'erollle.ll..w1er". could be district don't know what man

; 1 Sived In Tltusvllle at noon on Friday green grass, tiers and apple blossoms, I',Titusville In November one of the mOat pleasant of the season. found to say (hat I wa Ineligible I they want for Commissioner, how In the
we hie away to the farther northland, would retire from the race. 1 I have never
eat having made tbe trip from their world do the people at the other end of
em. where 'the breaking waves dash high \VHEN hazarded. and shall, never
1 in Daytona to this place In about permit my the county know ? I for one am emphatically
ome the Tltusvllle Livery, at rear of TITUSVILLE TO CELEBRATE.At .
1I 'gainst a firm and rock-bound coast. upon own ambition to hazard the welfare of
-I II even,hours. They were the guests: ofr. Please Bend ADVOOATB: to Mackinac Island Robblns' ,law, olllce, for a stylish\ up- the Democratic party, but I do not propose In favor of each district electIng .
end lra. Ed. Morgan for several Its own Commissioner.
Mich., Instead of Oberlin, 0." to-date rig. Leave your order for to accept a*t sound law, the oplnjon
lays. all kinds of double and single hauling. a meeting the other evening It wan of n lawyer who has been personal Your. truly,
PINEAPPLE GROWERS Pack Feed and sale stable decided] thai Tltusvllle will have a grand my J. I). EN.IIA.
Indian River Lodge/ No DO, F. A A. I your a specialty enemv for a long number nf year and
I >L, bad an Interesting meeting last Fri. Fruit in VKNTI LATINO PACKING.; J. M. OIIIAN' Tltusvllla Fla. Fourth of .lulv' celebration and barbecue. with ...111)0Itlve trot been on speaking

j I Jay evening when several matters of Preserves Pineapples, and Insures better -Mr. and Mr. Chas B. Jefferson who Thov are pl'I inning on it hose bull game term for at leant seven, >'UIU.. MR. ELLIS RE.TURNSTHANKS
K for .0 barbecue
them prices. Write! for particulars to at a.m. a $ prize; a
dlscIISMed-"mon/l Mr. Clark concluded
were / a compliment
West Palm will leave
at Beach
are now
Ventllatlnv 11 tod o'clock to > horse -
be of lot and building the Packing Co.; 156 Fifth from : cost Ito; ladles
matter buying a for New York on the Clyde; steamer, to the and hoped the vot-
Avenue New York. U-4w: races" at2p. m., f00! In prizes and a Tallahasse Fla. 20 lIHH.
T buying a house suitable tor a M-locale Apache, on Sunday June l hlth, en routeto ems would give him their unanimous May ,
ball commencing at M .
grand m.
I odge ro m. A committee was appointed -Master Rufus Robbln left here on their summer dome at Sandwlck, There will a citizen meeting' at the support on Tuesday; next. lie wa loud Editor Kant Caftnl Mtwutti

o look.into the matter.ENTII.ATING the early morning train'Wednesday, for I\lIsII. but will stop off at Ormo d. a house at 8 ly applauded during his speech,
Opera on Tuesday evening I desire extend the col-
. PACKING, for PackIng Ht. Louis. Mo., to see the sights of the couple of day. on the way to Jackson o'clock to make definite arrangementsand -- of through tbe democratic
; and Perishable Fruit. World's Fair. Rufus will be met at ville.\ About the first Wet k In July they the nnin your paper, to
;I Pineapples prepare program of the day' of Brevard sincere
Nashville Tenn. bis Mist: \ An. will their A CANDIDATE RETURNS voter county, my i
I"r Cheap clean, light. Fruit does not by aunt, leave Sandwich for summer festivities.Mr. I
thank for the vote which they gave me
nie Paddison, who will him ..Meddybemps Maine, accompanied
accompany camp
In transit. Write for particular THANKS.
: ripen
.;,, for the oflloe of Attorney General.
Louis where he will weekor and T. Allen of .
and prices. Ventilating Cklog Co., to St.: spend a by Mr. Mra. 11. a
the of this Oak 11111 Fla. and N. Y and Geo. R. Halle stopped over ball endeavor to so conduct the stTairuof
156 Fifth Avenue New York. two enjoying sights mam Brooklyn, .; on \
moth fair with his aunt. Mr. Oeo. M, Mr. and Mrs. I'ltou, of New Yoik. Mr. Thursday evening, with his brother, L. To tin "liters Itrfvard the office All to J""Uf1Ibe confidence
W. S left here of Vunnt: reposed! In me Very truly yours,
-Mrs. Brannlng yes- Kobblns accompanied his son M far as Jefferson's mother and sinter will occupyone W. Halle.
erday, for the home of her parents' at Jacksonville where he saw him safely of )1 r. Jereph Jefferson's cottages, Your splendid ..lIpp"rIn\: the first primary w, 11. Nurse

Iddlebur:, Fla on a few weeks' visit. started on the wav for Nashville and Ht Saltalr, West Palm Beach during the -Rev. Mr. Hall will hold services In placed me In the lead for Tan

he will attend the wedding( her sinterJMlss Louis- Master RIchard Robbins also summer-preferring the East Coast ..f the Presbyterian church, Sunday evenIng Assessor I still further solicit your NOT A CANDIDATE.Editor .

Ruhr Chalker, while on the visit. accompanied his father and brother to Florida t., the north this summer. Mr. at 7:30 o'clock. votes on the 7th of June.

Allen Chalker; who Is known to several Jacksonville.Mrs. and Mrs. Jefferson have had an IdeRJ j If elected It shall be my pleasure to -

residents of this town will be married winter home built at Hcd>Sound, which Door and Window Hc'reeim. visit the remotest part of the county Lust Count AdvnnatfS

,:to Reginald: Madden, of Spartanburg; Harold E. Trower, mother of will be completed In .a couple of weeks.It and confer with the taxpayers before Dear Hlr mlsunderttand-
'' Con Sunday the 12th Instant. Min Adele Scbaefer-Trower: who was assessing their -Through a
'\ Is really "a home tram home, and property. .
We make kind do ha been the
the best-the that log my name placed
married bas the
: w'Tbe Pender Chronicle, of Burgaw: recently thanks tbe editor at of Daytona the ADVOOATB one of the most cosy places on the EllAt not sag. They are covered with screen I Twenty-eight years a resident of this ticket for the June primary. Ism not
: and ol
Coast. Mr. Chas. B. Jefferson> bad not county a practical knowledge
,lN. C., lu a recent edition, refer to Miss wire made by tbe Clinton Wire Cloth a candidate and do nut solicit\: any vote.
for of : called II Mat- real
a copy a newspaper seen Ms new home In six: weeks, and Is estate are cny claim for your up-
slater of Mr.. M.
Paddison Geo.
fAnnle Company, makers of the best wire; ..
tlno, published at Naples Italy. It "gives, delighted with it.Uardner'a. port. P. A. Mo&flM.A.f, R. E. Mu. .
Tltusvllleas follows 'Genl.
Robbins of : Galvanized
Green or Pompellan Bronze.
a report of the Jones-Shaefer weddingat
J Julian\ S. Carr, commander of the United Daytona, but being In Italian it Is a A The best Is the cheapest' even If It costae ---
Confederate Veteran of North Launch For Charter.By .
Carolina little
little difficult for us to read. Mr. and .Klyer more Cantaloupe or INneupple Crate
ha appointed as sponsor for the Division East Coast Lumber Supply Co., -
)Ir.. Trower, are residing Capri a
I Mine Margarette Halnes, who has ap beautiful Island In the Mediterranean 15-4 w. Eau Gallle\ Kla. the hour, day or trip. Apply at

pointed Miss Annie E. Paddison as one at tbe mouth of the Bay of Naples. Baseballs, Spalding'a!! League, $1.25: Carload lot* will\ be furnished on short: railroad wharf to TOM TUCKER.Jllackmiilth .

of tbe maids of honor. Miss Paddisoni Their married daughter I. now residingat Catcher's mitts 23, 45, I K3 I and $.&,) To Orange Grower;{ notice. Price quoted on application. I
the handsome and accomplisheddaughter Allover black lace and white 75cts. llAWrlXOM ClIATK XVUICKK
b Grand Rapids, Mich.Pineapple ,
bI : of Captain and Mr*. R P. Pad. Screen cloth 30 to -to Inch yd or piece l.:>(ff Hayings. Fla. : and Machine tthou.

tI I dison. of Point Caawell (but for many Fancy figured: lawns 6, 10, li/cts.: Under our plan we can save you moneyon -
resident of Tltnsvllle Fla tier Shedding. '
year ) Furniture Dry Goods, Hboea.CHAS. .
numerous friend appreciate the honor yonr CITRUS TREKS, with the best Man Wanted.A Blacksmith and Wheelwright,Machine

conferred upon herself and Pender Co., A. GARDNER Tltusvllle\ Fla. reputation behind them, a4..a guarantee Work and Horse Shoeing done In first

1 and feel that Pender will be well represented We are now prepared to deliver Cypress of their being true to name, up to size, class style. W. II. SWAIN' A Co.
that occasion. Lath $:I.tiO 1,0110< ; and pecky, ..
The United at per Them.
r 1r 011 We Have and clean, healthy and well rooted. roan who can personally work and -- -
Lumber random
Veteran will bold heart or special
r Confederate theft an- Cyprus manage pineapple plantation. on the Launch For Sale.
nnaLmeetiagln Nashville, Tenn., June lengths, at $13.00/: per l.OOO! feet deliver Our tree are grown on high pine i'eolnstila, opposite Malabar, on Indian
r Fruit Jar. 1 doz. 05 cent
Pt. Mason
12 to to 15th." ed at all points between Fort Pierce and land, and are suitable for transplanting River, Fla. He mast thoroughly understand I -
Jar. 1 doz. 75 cents
and Stuart Inclusive. Points south of Qt. Mason Fruit I II I
Stuart slightly higher. O. K. Prince Stove $0.00! Into any kind of noil. We have over pineapple culture, picking and For ate, at Neptune Fla. a 41 I foot

If J. R. Walker & Co.. Tlttuville. East Coast Lumber: Supply Co., O. K. Queen Stove lt.OH 11111Coo< 'buds ID stock, and will give you Kicking; also proper method of fertilizing. Glass Cabin Cruising\ launob. Oft Sin.

15-4w Eau Gallic, Fla. JAMKH: Pun-cHARM A: SON.Itetrigerator. a liberal discount on orders for fall Address, beam ; Win. draft. Ha a new ((1UO4)
II. C. STABCK, 24 horse
Rochester Gas Engine. power.
planting. There Is nothing so" good as 12-4 Malabar. Fla. In order. Boat
WHEN YOU ARE PASSING J. R. Boat and engine good

i;, I Walker: Co'.. store Titusville call and Pineapple Crates, our CONNER'S PROLIFIC GRAPE- ------ galley and toilet Owner's reason for

'I, P see the New Line of Shoes, just arrived FRUIT. Are You Owing North ? selling, wanU a larger boat.: Price

AY i such as the Patriot $3.V>; (vlcl kid) and We can tare you money .on Pineapplecrates. For Sale or Exchange for smaller size Write for oar New Catalogue, which t f2CJOI'.

Plymouth $4JO; (oak leather.) Household Refrigerator: 45x34x20 Inches will\ be ready for la June. i Also, ,a> good 10 b. p. Globe Engine.
Write for delivered
prices delivery
ONE OF Till BEST LINE{ of shoes', us at almost new perfect order, cost early Do not fall to get your tickets: via the I Price t350.I .

",,'', ever received la Tltusvllle. your station. HO; will sell, for $20. TUB OCKLAWAHA: NcrBSEKii", popular Clyde Line, from tbe agent I Address either F. W. Yatee, 1 Etword

J. R. WALMB A: CO.TltanUJe W. A. MtBBTDAT f o., G. r. PAJ>DHOJT, ((0. W. Conner, Proprietor,) C. U WALTOJ, i Building Rochester, N. Y.; or Alex J.

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Fixation of Witnderln I).... nndHorlumntlnn 'lb. l.lfrl Ilila l';od of Conts::. >..re. 1st Convenient and Prodtabl Paekpsea.. There seem to-"be little or DO doubt A Finn -Pl.. .For Cat Flowers DarImif "Are\ Made Miserable by
of .e...o..t Land. Quick PlrklnsrWith GI",..*. that merit wins every time. Ooe of the the summer oral fall.

By A. S. HITCHCOCK. In. the mont Important fllxr After a man has grown u good crop best Illustrations of this truth Is tbe enterprNIng The gladiolus Is by all odds the best Kidney Trouble.,
known to mini and bus been growl" firm of llsrinn Bros of Jack.
of sund the ,
The question binding on Of :, lie will
any annul frut..tb: r plant we have for furnishing cut flowers
and utilized longer than any other tex sonvllle, whoiwi. ad. will be found on our
eonsts for tl.o reclamation now use- make ou It or not will depend trom'tbe during the
money ground
tile plunt./ The ancient Inhabitant of 4th page From a vary small and bumble open Kidney troublo preys upon thermtnd, discourages
t lens Is receiving considerable at. to a great extent his nkll! and good months. It commences
arena fall
India und otla Asiatic peoples wore beginning; la what was then an obscure summer and and lessens ambition; beauty, vigor

I tentlon of Inte. Hand bills. or dunes oc cotton fabrics before the days of \1.11'11- Judgment In harvesting and marketing portion of Jacksonville\ they have to bloom about the 1st of July .,.. .,...,uo;;..1 and cheerfulness soon

i .all' alone A sandy i."coast.. The sand bu Ill. It. The bent pun to pursue will deo' te,dlly. but surely forged their wayto and continues until November. It is t.f:) disappear when the kid

Is constantly washed up by the waves is pond A good: den I upon the locality and the front rank; until to-day they own just beginning to be grown extensively neys are out of order
Cotton by fur the most Impol.tontCOllllUI'I''iol
and when dry U readily curried Inluin peculiarities of the market but there one of the largest wholesale and' retail for cut flowers for market, and It has 1 or diseased.
In this .
by the wind. Under tile u'ctlou of tbe crop grown country.As are worn po.uU; that up|>ly anywhere liquor houses In Jacksonville, besides undoubtedly a great future. Tbe a Kidney troublo has
evidence fact bow
of this observe their large retail grocery and a numberof become so prevalent
wind the HII...1 necuiniilnte. in ridges or and among then are the! following spikes are cut when the first flower "
eager all commercial bodies, und even branch stores that cover every portion that It Is not uncommon
Mil of Irregular contour and extent Individual. are for Information regardIng : hints In regard; *to gooseberries given of JackHonvllle. opens, packed In light boxes without for a child to bo born'afffictedwlthweakkid

J depending upon the force and directionof the cotton crop every year and al! by tin American ,tgrlculturlst: writer: Among the branches of Hanne Bros., bunching as one would pack rhubarb \\t i.

the prevailing; wind. the year round; how they watch the Pncku;::vn are a costly I necessity at pedal mention Is due to tbe handsome 'and expressed to all points. We have r tst c- neys. If the child urinates -

11 A typical wandering dune presents aT weather for favorable and unfavorable bent, and the style and size l must suit KitlstafT a cafe, stocked with tine llqu. sent them to Montana In good condition. too often. If theurine

T gradual slope towur l tile wind and an the demands of the market to Insure a ore, wines and foreign!: and ducnetttio No flower blooms in water better the flesh or If, when the child
Indication, how they scan the dally beers. From the Falstaff kitchen an es. reaches an age when It should be able to
Indeed it does better
the lee than tbe gladiolus.
abrupt slope on Hide. The wind
papers for crop report and cotton lunch and this control the It Is
oellent Is served dally, passage yet afflicted with
i I forces the mind up the slope and I Itm itq prices how of them combine and and In In water than on tbe plant. In the
many palatial retreat is elegant; superb bed-wetting depend upon It. the cause of
In the hottest
plan with true commercial sagacity to all Its' appointments, and Is one the south It is apt to wilt the difficulty is kidney trouble and the first

bull or bear the prices that they may ,I11 most handsome In the south. This I III part of the day If left on the plant but step should be towards the treatment of

_ buy the farmers' crop! nt a low and under. the able management of the genial: If put In water It reaches great perfection these important organs. This unpleasant

sell at a high price, and how helpless) Mr: Charles Wlcbmun. Visitors to Jacksonville says Mr. Crawford In American trouble Is due to a diseased condition of the
I M0.16x11 will miss a treat II they'fall to Gardening. kidneys and bladder and not 'to a habit as
the cotton to these
If:1'/ growers are prevent see the large, original paintings; that adorn A thousand first size bulbs will pro- I most people suppose.:

speculative, raids of financial nbarpera.When the Interior of tbe Falstatf.Uanne duce over 2.000 spikes; of second size Women as well as men are made miserable
a calamity threatens the cotton established 10.1 (
have been and bladder
Bros .with kidney trouble,
r'' 1.5OO of third size t.OUO.) 4,500:; In
A'r' crop how anxious tllt'lIIUt'O of commerce yearn, and tba'torellolDIt; will,, give you say ; and both need the same great remedy.
bulbs which should
become lest the goose that lays some Idea of their growth: and what energy all, and as many The mild and the Immediate effect of

j ::1' the golden eggs be killed or so badly J >! Industry and l ntegilty will accomplUh. under first class conditions be of first Swamp-Root Is soon realized.. It Is sold
r size. By planting the three sizes at
crippled an to ceaHO"' laying their egg by druggists In fifty- :
for the commercial gathering, and bow Besides, this progressive firm l ""dolnga ( the same time one gets: a succession of cent and one dollar I "

very extensive mall order business. bloom the large bulbs blooming first sizes. You may have at : .
combinations held land the bollworm
_ lq l are that not only reaches the East Coast, and the small ones last. sample bottlo by mail

the boll weevil and the favorable but every portion of Florida and are the No particular skill l to required. The free also pamphlet telling Home 011_......._
or unfavorable seasons are discussed authorized bottlers and wholesale. die
all it. the
land la prepared as for potatoes and including many 01
; how chambers of commerce and cot trlbutors for tbe famous Wm. J. Letup thousands of testimonial: letters received
furrowed out and the bulbs can be
d ton exchanges' are wrought up concernIng Brewing Co.'s beer. from sufferers cured. In writing Dr. Kilmer

inert AIMKU SHIFTING' DUNG any threatened calamity to the cot- The /growth of the business of these. put Into the ground as soon as It cnn & Co., Binghamton N. Y.. be sure and

two energetic men has been phenomenal be worked or later for late flowering: mention this .
falls ton young paper.'GENERAL
over edge. The hill .or ridge crop.
and they have earned tbelr well We plant In rows three feet apart and
then travels In the direction of tbe That cotton is the- lifeblood of com
_ ) pre 1 ii ii II iI merited success by their. /genial manners twice the diameter of the bulbs apart
ralllng wind at n rate depending oil the memthink of !IjOO.ff.OJO;:;( () ) ( ) annually business DIRECTORY.
coupled with close attention to 10> the row. covering, from four to six
force and of the III Her. Such paid to fnniuM-H for 'ultolt und the ""('fl e '
i-onstnncy ." nod a strict' regard" for Integrity/ In all Inches In depth. We never take pains -

a bill IK culled a wandering dune. As thereof and that iiNii.-illy after leavingthe their dealing! which" never falls to bring to place right ,side. up any sizes. below U. B. SENATORS

the dune recede from the coast a new hand of the ,producers It becomes AUeCf'''''. J. P. ....Tallaferro...... .. .... .... ..AJat. .onvlllJ.'
one may form at the beach. Upon the still more valuable, and then think of BMtVPIMIt CU.1TE: AND TUAY. What Hanne Uron.. have done aliouU No. 2. Cutting the Brlkea ns soon 8?.. Mallory., ..... .. ....... .I'ennacol
tbe wealth Invested in he an Inspiration to oilier voting men as the first flower open* prevents thebulb U. 8. CONGRESSMEN.Rohoit : .
IIII' wandering or active dune tho sand In manufacturing:
profitable bUMlneMK. It the grower la launching out Into the bn."luet.s world.Same frpm being exhausted by producing W. DavJtt,.. .. ... .. .. .... .... ..r latka.
shifting to much an extent that vegetation :. : this grunt staple nnd the puoruiou, vul- retail market be will needa 8. Spurknmn ..Tamiia..
i pplylntf/ u Heod. It also! prevents damagefrom '
; does not establish Itself. ''Uft of the finished product, which 1.4 small Wln.lt.l.anmar.: ::::::::.:::: :::: ::. Montloel.o.
package und the quart berry overmind does
I : blowing awny
The anna dunes of considerable many times tho vuliiu of the raw product people Boein always sure theynrc U. 8. LAN> OFFICE.H. .
any will If bin l la '
'' measure! be l>eHt. fruit to "rim 1, ht and th >n do time other thing." wltl time nere-wlty of support. 8. Chubb,. .. ..... .. .. ........ ...Register.
.j I' extent are rarely found! along the sea be Hold to large buyers the ten (pound During the summer 'months eopeclally W. O. Rohlnxnn.... .. .. ....KeoslTer.Mtlees .
'; roast In warmer regions/ because the The stock of cotton held at thirty- I grape basket will be the moat useful. riilhulc-lfilila Itecord.Itfttorance In a dry tlire, there 1 N usuallya < at (namanTllle florid

yd; long growing season Is more favorableto threw Inferior' towns on Nov. U, accordIng that FLORIDA LEGISLATURE!:
: In general the largest package I I scarcity of flowers for decorative'purpoMes.
: In hold and knowledge re K. N. Dlmlck, 1'alitf BnaehSenator
vegetn lion.I to OKtlmate of the department ofagriculture
'thtt market will permit will be most .f'r'.I.-1'hl1l'y.lllll". People wont them for W. II. June, TUinvlllo..... .. .Representative..
I In many cases the wandering dunes mounted to ;J 17. :50 biilcx.! economical because it costs less and is. churches Sunday schools and for EXECUTIVE: DEPARTMENT. -

i I encroach upon arable 'lund, upon forest On the Hiinu' date! III liMK( the amount easier handled. These, packages maybe special occasions. and nothing: cnn Wm. .lennlimi.. .. .. .. ... Govoinor.H. .
; valuable such' ht'lIll1t mime town was CU8.8.S4 bales. Don't N..glectlYnur Kl tneys. CiawfuiU Booretarv of Htatw.W .
I upon property as made up during the winter if labor equal the gladiolus: for such purposes. Clay V. Know ...:::'::::":', ...... Treasurer..Jamei .
railroad and buildings or upon rivers, I-nMlly: the child Is not horn 1111.1nen'I' Or they will .soon undermine health
i III cbeup In the locality or they maybe your \MiltfUld.... .. AttornojOaneral.W. .
I I harbors or otber waterways. This usually will be who will see American! bought complete of Home of the Tlmne backaches, swollen feet, spots\ before N. 8lietB. ....Supt. I'uUlo Instruction.
low I'yeRod specially. the general Uric Acid and Gravel II E. McLIti. ..., ..CoummieeionerAgricultnre..
I Indicates that there has been n middling cotton soil, at* heretoforeat supply companies. A rase or.crnte for jour / Aloniso C. (Y1mm..m..... Comptroller.

:'" recent change of conditions resulting In 5 cents per pound. We have quit shipping tbe boxes be made at the worn out feeling In the mOl ning, are sure Are caused hy the kidneys being unable Clifford It. 'I..ter,.... ..Ailjutant-tieneral.:

the formation of active dunes. Seaside growing five cent cotton.Texas l"l1rlll may I signs of kidney trouble Irvlng's; Ruchu tu property filter the Impolitic from the John lira ifurtl,:. .... .... ....Burve.. ur-< unenU.R. .
farm out of material that ran be obtained VVaiem' clennno the-blood, build the blond. E. State Cheuilit.Offline .
'i up Irving Ruchu Wafers ate" the :
i i resorts upon sandy beaches are often and Itonl'h. at Tallahamee. Florida..
from any planing mill sawed shrunken walls of the kidneys, removing only. sure remedy for thin condition; :
( seriously damaged by the formation of from cull lumber. The dimensions areas h.. cause and tbe pain with It. Sold at cleanse the from a'l SUPREME COURT JUDGESM.H.Mibry.
IJlowollt. Opuao they kidneys wore II .... ......,. ... .Chief Justice.F.
\\1 dunes and upon) various portions cold follows: End 10 by 11 by 1 Inches; &0c a box by ted Cross Pharmacy. out material build up the shrunken farter.... .., ... ".. ..A.aoctataJustoe.
Cure lu 21&
111 I I of the property.Tbcrq a hours.VCoughs; side or Iki. :IM'/j! by 12 by V6; strips for walls of tl e kidneys and prevent the a. f'.. ..

11:1': are large ureai of sandy land and bronchitis headache, catarrh, la grippe with ,all neuralgia feverish side and bottom. 24% by 3 by %. 'nimxtlon nt the uric acid. Sold At .V>o RAILROAD COMMISSIONERS

''i consisting of dunes In various stagesof together The lid In fastened on with short a box by lied Cross Pharmacy, TltusvllleStrawberry Jefferson H. Browne chairman.. Kry W&IIt.R. .
( conditions of the system. They gently Hu....." Hurr..... ... .... ......Little IUver..Y. .
I fixation Interspersed with portions onen the bowels without griping:, act on leather hinges and baa a' buckle fag FEW1ALEWEAKNESS! : M. Hryan.. .. .. .. .. ..>.... ..Klxulnimea.H. .
i of level and sometimes arable laud. the liver tone up the system and cause tening. The cost of these crates If Planting. .O. Dunn, clurlc ,....... ....Madison.
f f Ii", These level spots represent portions colds fever and headache A strong loam Heai><]uart r and offices at Tallahassee, Fla.
to disappearlike made ut the farm will be about $40 a sandy or Ilght'elay CIRCUIT COURT

!,I where the wind has swept away the maglo.; They du not cause the ringIng hundred. If the boxes used do not &12 1.2 "'-..ag..e., 8t. seems best to suit! strawberries though Minor B. Jonfes,TltnsTllle...,. ;.Circuit Jud(*.

I"," sand down to moist soil, which usuallyhas In the head. Price 25o at lied Cross have the hollow bottoms a light tray POBTLAHD, MAIN' Oct.11. Ufa. they thrive on many kinds of soil. J. l>. Hefiirs, trlando'rneeuttnr: Attorney,

I a definite relation to the water Pharmacy, Tltusvllle.In may be made to prevent the berries to I in tfonsKUr doctors Wmu mvrtlolnfl ul L'urUul' I ever superior tiled Plants may.' be set as early In spring as Fall Sprln form-Fourth Monday Monday, In tu October.March.

level. Such areas of dunes may include being mashed. .nJ I know whereof ak. I.ufrer. the ground can be worked In rows I
..1 for ntao month with BREVARD COUNTY COURT.
many square miles and are use- No Dn*..*.. Tbe most profitable method of pick- .. 'tru tiou mippreasedm three and one-hnlf feet apart In the
n wu on A. D. Penney..., ..... .... ...,...County Judfre.
_ It Is no secret that some of those who Ing where the green fruit Is sold Is to trat -d ma. Pain would(hoottrough row according to the habit of tbe plantIn D. L.O..uhfen.. ...... .., Prostcutlng; Attorney.A. .
have 'oft' hand. This my back: and sides and I would have forming The soil should A 8twHrt ,_. ... .... . County Clerk.Spring .
I'I' paid the biggest!: prices for pure strip them with gloved blinding huadavhen. Mv limb would runners. Term-SceomMonday In May.

I bred live stock in the went are In nuiinclul In a rapid process .well un and I would feel so weak I be made firm around the plant. If the Summer Term-Second' Monilay in An uiE.
dttUcultlcs. have "loaded and Is also could not stand up. I naturally felt weather Is hot anti at Fall Term-Second Blonday In Novrmlier.
They dry plantingtime /
+II I discouraged for I Manned to b. beyond Winter Term-.Second Monday. In February.
''I up" with high!: priced animals and cannot very' satisfac the help of physician., but Wine of the older leaves mire bent removed.

ii: I! sell except at a heavy sacrifice. tory. A cheesecloth fait C.irdul a abacus cams OJ for a the OoJ-sand better to within me. a I The blossom stalks should be cut and E. Minis COUNTY, Superintendent..Bonsventure.(SCHOOL, OARD.R. .

They have tied up their capital mind crate Iscarried week. After nineteen days treatment the runners kept to n space of about Memhen: .1 M. Dixon chairman' TltusTllle;
: 1'1 more, too in stock which they boughtat by the I I menstruated.. I u.unllydid without and.noon.uttenn became lb."oronl. one foot during: the first pen son. R. N. Andrews, Cocoa; J. E *ultB,8pruoebluff.

I, '. Inflated pl.ll..... A pure bred aulinal picker and the I II r-RuInr and without pniii. Wine of COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.

iI : f Is the same ns any other Investment.' I berries allowed I that" ..suffering\limply wonderful women knew I.wish! Its Self ...........I..n. t Mlot.r. R.Indlanola Walker, ;chairman. A. Conklinit Tttiuvllle, TfllmauJohn; John R.

I I 6aiNZ Its value must come nt last to the bawls to fall Into It. good qu.Uit.el. Without a tremor Mrs. Illghmore C. Jones, 1 J. F. Bell White City. Regular

"I L, of what It can pay Its owner. Oil this ,1CKN0ward TJUY. They are after. h r 4 proceeded leisurely to- open the black. sessions are held first Monday tu eacb raonta.HREVARD .

',1,1, t'. basis a good many fancy bred animals cleaned with a fanning mill. The ___ bordered letter "If there were any COUNTY OFFICERS.A. .

cloth* shown in tbe Treasurer Portland Economic League bad news." she said "It would have D.Penney Tltuevltle..County; Judge.!
have sold too high In the past three tray, as illustration .
1> L.Osuuden, TltusTlllei\ I.. .... .... Pros AU,.
years But there urn few men who Is only about thrte feet square and baa come by telegraph It must be that A. A. Stewart. TltusPille.County Clerk.

: II DONKS/ HaLD BT UUUBU FBNCE have paid more than the animals were a rest! on the bottom to hold it from Periodical headaches Ml of female something has! happened to Mr. High- .1. F. Woolen Cocoa.. .... .. .....Tax Assessor."
1!:. W. IInll..rltu"vIl18 ... ....Tax Cxillector.:
\ less for agricultural purposes. It Is worth because there are comparatively the ground. -weakness. Wine of Cardui mores rich \1nc1 ."-Chicago Tribune, John Henry Titusville." ; .. .... ....Treasurer.
cured permanently nineteen out of R. E. Mlros Bunavei>tura. . Pub. Init.
Using the glove and crate Snpt
\ few live stock breeders who not a man
:11\ thus are may
that the
: Been fixation of dunes every twenty canes of irregular J. U. Fries. Tliusville? ., County Burveyor.J. .
:II may be for two purposes-to protect conservative business men. Tbe Industry pick from six to eight bushels a day. menses, "bearing down On Loud. P.lirown.1.ltua.\l1e...... ...... ... Sheriff.
Ripe fruit would of not stand pains or "Where's papa Johnny?" W.Norwood; TItuovillu.. .Ref Istratlon Olllcer.TITU8VILLE .
: 1 property In the lee or to convert a useless Is In no danger from such spec course any female weakness.! If you are "

area of waste laud Into a product ulators. In fact most stockmen err this treatment but must be picked discouraged and doctors have "Ile'a upstairs asleep. !: TOWN COUNCIL.

',: tive forest. on the other side and are not willingto carefully. After'being picked and put tailed, that is the text reason in ""'ere you upstairs dear O. A. Frost mayor; Van. Worley tnarsbsl and. .
tax online tor: R. E. M mis, jr., clerk and treasurer
Fixation is most permanent when the pay what a pure bred animal Is In the baskets the berries are then the world you should try Wine of "No. ma'am. ; John Henry tax ssiwssor; J. R.Walker,

t fl{ dunes are covered with forest; hence really worth to them.-National Stock ready for shipment without further Cardui now. Remember that "Then how do you know he's asleep F. A. Morgan, L,. A.Brady, P.J.H.U..J.L..
headaches mean female weakness. "I beard him Carruthers. councilmen Thecouncil meets
doing It. lie's
treatment. sleeping
forestation is the ultimate aim wherever man. Secure Hrst Tuesday In each month.
a $1.00 bottle of Wine of out loud.
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possible When the work of fixation Cardui to>Uy. TITU8VILLK BOARD OF TRADE.
The Newer
( Peon lee.
1- is completed there* will be a forest A Slmplr Kind steady BnvrUors. lent (;. M. Robbins, president.M. Dixon treasurer .
I'' over the greater part but a strip along When sawing;' wood it Is a matter of Many of the modern peonies are The belle of wore her J. O. Bar. secretary. Meets neixuid. Wednesday
delightfully fragrant. No blight at- : nlnht In each month at their m8.
I hair tied
the coast remains which must be permanently considerable work to get out the pieces j IIr hy a Jeweled l band two or
tacks the peony and all the plant three Inches hack of her head: and then FREE AND ACCEPTED MAPOS8.
held in place by some other mortise and nt them together to make (
needs la mulch of rich soil Indian River Lange No. holds Irs meetings
a to 90.
I surround ; wmt; ( EOFCiRDUI braided Into *>n "lorrnoiii hnll.
.method, usually by the planting of nn ordinary tiawhoree. The one shown its roots when they start Into :, the second and fourth Frlduy evenings of each
grass lu the cut from New England Hume- month at their lodge: room,Indian Hirer hotelat
life in l"arlYIIlrlllg yearly; but the soil I T:3O o'clock I'm. J. L. Camithers, W. M.
Many methods have been employed stead can bo built In twenty minutes to receive the plant should be deeply I Are made from the fresh California F.A. M..rjan.Reo'y.

t at various times for binding the sand If one has some strips of hardwood( dug and well manured before the plant' fruit used all over the (land to cool and I ORDER OF EASTERN STAR.

but those now in use on a large scale la put In to obtain the best results refresh the stomach and Intetttlnes, atid .. Friendship Chapter No. 11, holds Its meetings
are three: First transplanting\" sand in the M soulo Lodge r-wrm. Tltnsville, on tnenrstTuosday
as it cannot be turned up again: for ..... keep the bowels active. The most In each month ar3:30o'clock p. hi.:
the dunes sufficiently '
binding plants upon and the third Tuesday. In each month at Tao
years, for the large roots of the peonies I delicate Invalid can take these wafers
; thick to form n living cover: : o'clock p. m. The following.. are the officers. of
second covering the entire surfacewith will extend in It on nil sides. for constipation Indigestion; and all liver the lodge: Mrs.. H. R. Wilson worthy matron;
The single flowered varieties. are FOLEYSiIONEYANDTAU and bowel Hr. J. L. Carruthers worthy. patron; Mlsr Kate
Home Inert mnterlnl which prevents I troubles, without fear of Stewart Asso. Matron; Mrs. !If. A. Pcrlmgenur,
quite popular) they bold up their bends Cures Pr ... 'oo Becreta ..
Colctst! vnnt Pne griping or ; !Mr. J. M. DIlon.'Crea..uer, 111.
T the wind from reaching tbe sand most gracefully; the weight of pain. They act gcntlyxbuturely lulius( KlineConductress; MlHsZandieStewart,

and, third covering the surface with l''tnl".1 stimulate digestion/ and hasten A .... Cond's.; Mr*. ()..... W, 1'1'<"..1018. Ada; M...
which cause largest ,, J. L. Carnithern, Ruth; :Mrs. (leo M. Robbins
network of brush TO BE GIVEN the
a fence which while I AWAYwJUj'iuuS'iIlJilSiT'S passage; and absorption of food
K.the"1111'11. F
Dies to hang their heads somewhat, Is. re- ; A. Morgan Martha; His AlephSlims ,
not preventing the wind, from reaching 0.."1* u.mlyd resiling the whole body. 100 ware 23o. Electai; Mrs. John R. Wslker Warder
these I pear ma-
the sand lessons its velocity and absent among elegant flowers, ?!!.'.l-' of......... It..Wq.of lied Cross Pharmacy. Mr. F.. A. Morgan ChapUIn' ; Mrs.. T. T. Wet-
prevents and the masses! of golden: anthers I ..1 iryttiuhofnuin. C.oa.l >e.,11,0 |le. with S hens. more Sentinel; Mr. Chaa. H. Walton. Marshal.cH.4.s. .
drifting. -h aW''n.J. "'n.I Aehun fbo aii.e...It. I
+ which adorn them are fully displayed. I BtohmMli.t Button .. ,fur I.... | Autumn Lea vmii -
t t-; .__ User. lot aaln-ce.t _......doa. .
II B -
j Drlef ..ntlo... World'! Fair Not... I RKAD Om& BELOW JC s2 az C 0 .

It In claimed) Unit tin Chickasaw Fifty acres Is the outdoor planting 517. a slow. HayH., JACKSONVILLE. ',. FLA.

country cnn grow ax rood tobacco us the palnces of .She
surrounding horticulture
Y tho best of Iho.tObl11''O states and the 1.l
anti agriculture at the world's fair. I :
Indian Territory will make an exhibit ..l
It Is believed that owing! to the Improvement 4
of Its home /grown article at tho world's A VJOICKLT: WAl>E 0AWHOHHE.: in cold storage the exhibitions II FuLt. FULL

4'' fair. boom At hand of the propor width of fruits and flow"'rs. at the 1

Missouri experiment !vlth Irish potatoes The crosspieces are nrtuly naai.il to- world's fair wilt surpass those of any I II @

show that the southern crown ?.>tlu'imul six stripe| of the same previous great exhibition. I EXPRESS 1

second crop U ns good or better for !board put on to strengthen and bold The same varieties of fruit from different PREPAID fXPRfSS

seed than northern potntoeH. tbo ends In pili,..... Such n horse will section of She country as Jonathan PREPAIDA1A2O

ii One hundred and twenty-four scholarships prove very rl>,;ld and nervlcwible.Opunc from Idaho and from New' York I

of $10O en'h have been provided will afford unusual opportunity for

t i by the general assembly of South Judging their merits.It I I
Carolina for students In the asrlcul-
I has been widely announced that' 1

;:, tural department of the state college Cures a cold in 24 bourll. If you have Sept. 2T will be apple day at the fair. I --'L- : 64ts iaIt.uv

F next fall.Steam that. languid, tired-out feeling and will I Ifln..t .
Not only every have Its NEW IDEA I
hardly know what U the matter

t J. IX. Connell ploW'hut of Teius.reported. ix 8UI"8"bT need a tonlo to carry the fever breeding, you apple display with, but each visitor WOmaa.'e. Hegasirseus. ,....... $450
> .eh.ut.ud the
will be presented apples w. a.wt w' wt wa..rtn.t & J
Impurities from the. system. Try Opaao It I I. m ...,.."..... .11 .._ Iw.W.l.r, t Jmh art. Doz.
S A leaf curl disease la destroyingmany Tablets, a of them will make yon One of the mast charming thing .of n". eu ,1001 t w.tn t .t y..,II.a! MlM 1 I.. fri.....1.D' '
{few .... .
"' v'e.u arW" H.h' t. 1.. .n
oak trees In Alabama und bordeaux feel like. new person. Try them for the world' fair la the rose garden of u. a>ottonl...m.>.>'..Sew II..A WOHAH1 MAOA- Dcirvefteo

J; pray Is the remedy recommend: neuralgia; the effect Is wonderful. Price nearly ten acres. luau.?it1""T. .Men ;.Faeh am..c.tralM illacn.MOM !2Qts rot
N.u <
> wht cti
nnnMi> wme.
....cal 1,.... .... c
Red w
tIlL 2 3o, at Cross Pharmacy Tltusvllle. gmdrnnnn. .HllMff
Immensewild garden" ... .
An of flower **> will.l v ur wt.-em.la.M _'w..ad
steady demand Is the ten age Die Kitihoafclott, '> ... $122.
A horse lu -- and shrub Is one of the unique >.-. -. ..'utHtmfmtl ...I>, -W-r.e -- $9 op

combination saddle and driving horse Do you subscribe for tbe ADVOCATE ? beauty >Pt! of the exposition.! .. wiw rniA ruiurame co .ti.__,..._y_

Agents for the Pabst Brewing Co.



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I c.t', EAST: cgA&T; ADVOCATK. JJJUK. 3. 1904 10.- 3

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Cards:: : t : ;. n cr3r"tnlll.:eil Into word t'un trance ; 100 Kewurrt,*{ 1O'run., 'VRfel'M.
Professional G-
, +O+O+O+O+O+O
It's ? .. to her nnd At the studied. Indifference I re.idoia of this paper" | will bo Thin great tonlo cathartic, an Invaluable

: '. 1-t of the lattcr's volre and the phased to leiun, that there I I.* at l least, one ture for malaria biliousness, con- ,
,\\y GE0 D[. BOBBINS, IN SPITE OFPREJUDICE marked ennui of her manner nil her dreaded disease that science l lets been .11'\llon.' nervoasnoHS, catarrh of thontmn.oh
, !o\e of mischief' returned. bad breath oily skin sleepless-
' ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR "1 never before heard you mention able to oars In all Us stages, and I hat I II DOM, slue!, And all liver stomach, and

Is widower." she said.pairing I catarrh. Hall's\ Catarrh Cure Is the on b.xviill trouble 100 wafers 25c: ; at nod!
Stave n .
LAW. I that :Mr.
AT- Dec lips. with one of her lingers positive cure kn>wn to I ho medical\ Cross Pluumaoy'I'itusyllle.
By KEITH GORDON fraternity c'atarrhbeing ito".ontltuilouat SIN-RUSSIA
Will practice In State And United States .
to tllMcourrfcfit
Fdr -, disease! requites n c<>DHtllu l'.D.il HUMAN TREE .
Court. '
qu..rlt'tlInrr: Imo
you : treatment, Hail's Catarrh cult Is taken

Office at TITUSVIIXK, FLA. Copllrlph,1xta.bu T. C. JTMTnr cently. "Perhaps I never did mention Internally, sot log slim setiy upon the hermit \\ lu. !!." Pleated ......."
oooooc"No > It.:' Then at the sound of rootMeps\ on blood and mucous surfaces of the system Tlir.xiuh PatrlntUm.Many .
'4' I the grnvet lobe ndital rather hurriedly thereby destroying the 1 touoditllonof I
L. GAULDEN siUil Constance in ft tone of, \ pe-ni.mts. : nrelsetting out from
th. disease. and giving the .tleot
tho >
D. 1)Oll't lay It up against! poor fel | nil of
ports north" Uussta to visit the
unshakable conviction she lay bier
us strength: by building up the constitution
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW : 7 : and .. In wink remnrkabU' hermit I'rokhor, Selenitcb.othorwlwi" ,
chin propped upon her hands amid ft 'lMltiK nntiiie doing Its
Two dark figure were approaching'
''. .
'. '' '1 be proprietors have no much fitltb In known ns the "llnlry Mini
Will nraotloe In all the Courts ;of the State ';:t 'I You!, the subdued richness of the oriental from the foot of the lawn. If Con- Its dilative poworerthal hey olTor Qne Archangel," says thin London Mir

ot Florida and the United State,Courts. ; t. ,'.j'' l1Iow8. "No; might love
I. O Box.23lI.orrruBV1LLlII., FLJL. .. I might love a llottenot, but 11 widow DonKhm Stane was u Ido'va; Just be I falls to cure. Send for list of teat imenlala ror.Si'li nltch has long been k'nowa for

err ncverr' cause she bad snld), ''T.'tllhat to Doug Address, K. J, CIIUNNY: A Co: To- his ect-eutrlc ways of proving hla piety

[, J. WEBB< Her cousin Mary Singleton a prar lax Stane when he asks you," It washer 1I1t1", <), lUII's\ Family rills" ate the best Five years ago lie cut off all the
fault.Meantime :r//Sultl by diugglsts! 5o.l.untloit .
oral) young1 woman more given to jests own fliiKWs of bin left\ hand in a fit of religion.
A ATTORNEY AW : that lady's greeting
than sentiment, eyed her curiously but .. .
Alb.. .
''. Courts'of the to Mr. Shine wens n trifle .stilt, but no < On hearing that the Itusslana, bad1suffered I
Will practice In the 7th l
did not speak
tier noticedIt On entering a London suburb the!'
'Circuit. Taxes paid for non-resldents DRINK. one but tormenting cousin : disaster In the fur east be declared
i ...... ,
"Just fancy Constance continued l. spirit of London meets yen takes possession
The freittlemiin himself. soomt'd utterly
and rents and accounts collected. that this was the result of
with scornful derision, "being a uiuu'n unconscious lie hind determined ot you and hurries you on in their'
sins, which could only be AtonP< ?; '
,TrrtraviLLE. second cliolw, listening to a rehash to learn his. fate, and In the grip Of I' thought to meet the millions In its bosom. by n "MllcrI/ c to Mother Kurth." lie

of his first lovemaking! Gracious! that mighty resolve all minor thingsescaped On entering the outskirts of Athens professed. 1\t first! not to know the' I
PENNEY, tb ) It Is. tho spirit of the pilot whichyou
Ills. notice.
AD. Her tone implied that the thing was meaning of this. On St John tbeUUptIMt'IJ
well nigh unimaginable, but her cousin :Miss Slngletoh, seemed tent upon aiding encounter and which curries you day however he had a rev.
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW nnd her nance buck so far that the wearied' mind '
him for she werelost
elation hlm..elt'I
only laughed a bit skeptically and took ordering him to "plant I
to sight around it bend of the road. turns and reposes In the present In
TITDSVILI.K, FLORIDA. In clarkne in the first earth he trod
the other side of the quextlou.
I Stane "Iloo-booed!" after the mannerof keeping: with the thlnxs: animate it nil
Will practice In all the courts of the 7th "Do you mean to Hay tbut because Inanimate In Its. 'lcllllt.j'lItlt.'lIl1l1l' on, there to rf'mnlnlIItli the Infldels
In till
the cottagers neighborhood, were benton or until birch leaves /'
Judicial Circuit. bus loved once be- or she Magazine!
a person but no answer came hack sprouted from lilt mutilated hand."

for that matter-caunot love again! "Deserted fits. already," he laughed, As 'll'nltt'h'M cabin had nn earthen
A 11...! Hlartit' In Ilitllnail.One .
GA. FROST without feeling.{ that it is a rehash of his voice a little shaken by tho great of tho Ili"'I.'t| sights which I floor be understood this to mean that i
/ the old love" she nuked with a question that trembled on his lips. o
t' ATTORNEY-AT-LAW ynwii. IIn,,' In Kurupevns n raw of wooden. ho 'II" to plant himself where he I
\m THE GREAT "My dear elrl you're all wrong! The "Let's hurry nn.d catch tip with shoes. ouNlile the door of .A Dutch stooa. Ho blocked up tll" .window. ,

Will practice In all the Courts of the,7thJudiclal second love la simply u different mat them," suggested his companion farm house on Katnnlay morning. and hnd n double door ftttinl to his 1

Ii { Circuit. ,. HEALTH DRINK. te,." "How extremely unflattering!" cam There wen tbe big sized shoes'of the but no ns to-exclude the light and then !

I r} TITUS vi ILK, FLORIDA. "The average human being'' she hiM answer. "I was just longing to farmer himself the middle slxed shoesof dug n hole and planted himself In tile I Y'

,'\ continued shrewdly, "Is capable of a: have you nil to myself." his ,good vraow nnd several smtill earth up to his knees. '

@ '"IN THE GOOD good many loves I don't at nil believe lie tried to speak lightly, but eagerness sized shoes of the children, nod nil the There he remains attended only by
j ,'Ibrll 11'1In his voice. had ,
','t I j In these one love individuals-the sort They line had been scrubbed anti frostilynbltewiislied a little grniiddn.iightfr. lIe fates well
FROST: A JONES "" who mourn forever you know. That emerged from the grove and stood at In preparation for Hun as the pilgrims who vlxlt him flit his i
ULD SUMMER'TIME sort of thing la simply emotional the edge of the rocks. day.---"Old, Stories, of nolll, nl!." tint with offerings of food and drink. 1 1r

I REAL ESTATE AND INS'UIfANCE. poverty." "My dear, dear love! He took both .
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Having delivered herself of this of the small hands! In his own and -
Lima* and Collections. o tq
worldly observation she glanced at the stood looking down at her strugglingto DR. THAOHER'S

I 11) TITt18VI1.I..JC. FLORIDA.CTRPHKN clock and began to coil up her loosened speak calmly. I 1r

14 lair In a way that olgulned that It was! "You know you must know." he Liver and Blood ItI

: E. FOSTER tmo:! that she went to her room to dress went on eagerly, "that you are the only I ,f
a Tor dinner. woman on earth to me. How Ire

A -AT.LAWi; "Soulless creature! tnunted Con- lIvlotl nil these years without you I lo / i 'I// Syrup---

Dyal-Upcluiicli liulldlnp,, Jax.I .-/_._._ Is a delicious refreshing l stance with an Indulgent but gently not know. I can't face life without II
M : superior air. "Defend widowers Ifyou you any longer. I never knew what CURES BY REMOVING THE CAUSEA

,I JACKSOHVII.LK.: l'LA. 1 beverage mado:from ripe choose but none of them for me!" It wall to live until I met you." I I r' TMKF.B-fOLD KCMEOY t"ffllllH4PurlfSeo .. ..

Saw Palmetto Denies. Absolutely free "You girls with flue sentiments" A quick change came over Constance's -- '",_1......,.., Ace... 1M Lltler aM""'_y. oil

N S liUKVIIAM, M. D. v Mary retorted teuslngly, her baud on fnce; even In the dim light

from pernicious, harmful drugs. Metto the doorknob "are just the one to tie saw It and wondered and she the 3/red.

I SURGEON and SPECIALIST stimulates the. Liver, rliiihes. the Kidney look out for," And she passed out. wrenched her hands" away Thousands have used this reliable remedy with perfect confidence: : and

Ear Nose and Throat. smiling. Into the hnll. A moment later "For shame! she said. hotly. "Kor success for ft'} years, because they know just what it contains. ,
*. acts directly on the bladder. she opened the door again and thrust- shame! ))n yon think tiny woman will The formula consists of Buchu Hydrangea Mandrake Yellow Dock) ,

WEST PALM BRACH, FLORIDA Ing her b'ullillto the room said In an loop you better for Ignoring. her--that Dandelion, Sarsnparilla, Gentian Senna and Iodide of l'ota.lllulII.
Make these organs perform their functions -, enigmatical manner: Other-the' one who In other years was Any doctor or druggist; will tell you that this is a scientific anal reliable
I combination of merit lor all diseanes having their origin in the Liver,
nil the world' to you? great;
the be to tell
In natural "Uy sure
a way thereby keeping way. con
Kidneys or lilood. After of experience and patient experiment Dr.
Douglas Stane that when he asks She stopped', unable to go further. yearn
tbe In and Jliealthy I Thacher so perfected the process of manufacture that it never fulls to bring
system perfect : con because the tears. were choking her.
your'! Then before her cousin could
n FLOATING DENTAL APARTMENTSon the expected relief when taken according: to directions.
dl lion. reply, she vanished, slamming the door A look of blank amazement overspread Thousands of sick ones to whom life has been burden have written grateful
the "Dentos" behind> her.Constance, Stnne's" face, und bo stared' at letters of thank. Ernin. MnMin>rr.Oct. 17' IDOU. ,
stood In the middle of the her with ejes that were a concentrat "I have suffered frtitly with Indigesllonronsttpufon, also a severe liver trouble,
Now'AT DAYTOXA. ed Interrogation."Oh with lose of sppetiU. Could not reel welt at night llnreel. bad .o..r.,. lowork or.....
I room for a moment perfectly motion. walk aound. 1 felt like I was packing. a "...,1..1 .nit was easily .exhauet.d uotU I '
I r9 less wondering if she could have heard It scene to me," she went on took Dr. ;Thaeh.r'e Liver and fllod Syrup, which helprd me almost "'an. the firet dose.When .
E. BUCK, I hat taken ors' ant ou.-half bottles I tale Dke it different man i knew thatIt
"that It I
F. aright. Douglas Stane a widower! passionately, were n mAil wa. due entirely .n your tncdlcln I u..ullo all three l.ottl.5, a.... Oa.I""r! mylf
For of course that was what Mary and had once loved n woman well perfectly. cured. At this tlm. my appetite, U good 1. I sleep w.ll...n.l feel l strong and
Stockton & Budd Building, MainnSt., -Sold by- went. Douglas Stone a widower! And enough to marry her and she had refreshed. on arlilnf In the morning. T. 1.. Sr.m>. f fIf
15 1J( 17. wad mnNeln. .rit. to-day for M Pre lamftlf "."1. attti Itr
Rooms a
J OkIOD tll1e.
In the four months! in which they had died I'd tie n lotto bit true to her ThnrHmr'K It..."" "010." 1H*..ympf.>mV>r...1..._. H. .lm'y amk y... la trff ita
DENTIST. Red Cross Pharmacy. been> growing dally fonder of each other memory! If I wanted care companionship ..Hr .Bp....... t tltn.t.. vHitUt ..<>(<<<>. :jliall
I whatever' It lit that men remarry ThacKer' Medicine Co.. Cttsttsmnootf Tenn.
Crown and Bridge Work Tltusvllle. Fla. I she had never before heard the tact
mentioned. for I'd way so, instead of pretending

Porcelain Inlays, I I With a quick movement she gilded that I had never really lovedbeforer' H'_ . ... __ .. .._ __

IIIj'-cla8! Plate work. Notice. toward the door and locked It. Then :
I Hnd she been less wrought I by Lee &
: : : TRUSTWORTHY IU<:NTLE. with her hands clasped with pnlntul up Bryant
WANTED, ladyln. each county to manage tightness) she stood !In the middle<< of her feelings', she might have noticed ,
bualnei for .an old ectaliltMied home of : TUB! CIRCUIT: TOtTHT IN ANI> FOR the and wltb growing that during this tirade several expressions
room repeated
eollil flnanual atamllnir. A straight Ixrtia tile IN flurlila. ,.
weekly *a arjr of.1S OO paid by check eaoli" MonT County ; Incredulity': "A widower! Douglas fluttered like shadows across her ASHRV1M/K: I:, N. C.
<| with a.l expense direct from b *louartom.: John R. Walker. John R. Mint,John C. Jones, Stane a wldowerl""It lover's face. Astonishment gave way
Money advanced for expenixm. Enclose adlrea H A.Conklnlf, and J. '. 110.11..11 and I .hi their O-cn.cra.1: : OOJrJ.JI1:1: : : :: : / Iion: 112oroharntlge
lu to
and that turn
34M. C..tcll1 Ilidg. trueIt'con't be to understanding
< ect: envelope. Manager capacity an County Coiuiulpiilontir of Drevard can't be -itcan't
Chlcaootop County Florida. be!" she protested with a moan. a grim determination1.. WK HdMCIT SHIPMENTS OF-
jotxle. Ills likeness rose before her-tall, "I see," he said slowly but In a

FOEEYSlONEY TAR To \ .nla and ball |>eni<>Mi Interente ;. broad and a bit stern of face. Then voice whoso ring mndo |ier look up lit :IPFI.: U'XTS d3 'V"EJG-ET: : ..A.I3LEIS.::
.the cou b....d h*>svls>lung In or .havi..g liens niM>n the followlnir flee going hot and cold by turns. she sank him with the conviction that he was
orllwd that tract of 'land lying longer n suppliant for her favor. -WE MAKEvPItOMPT 11ETUUN8.HKFKIIKNCES .
In J''J .ac.nt.t; ; IoI to will Cominanalnt i down upon the divan once more and
( where the north line of the nnrthflant qnartxr burled her head In the pillows. "Y 011 reject my love been use"- : : : Battery Park. Hunk Anlievllla N, c.; Bank of Henderionvtlle, Uerdersoovllle -

28 of A.the Range north" 87 won K:t, 'I"ar..rof Intersects the f Section watoraof ll.Townnhlp: Indian "Her lover!1" That was what her "Heenuse' you have been married before N, C.; Dunn and Bradstreet Commercial Agencies.MJLSOXT .

River run thamw went along: north line of .aldniontlonuil heart cried out. nml. though she would ." she.. finished stuMiornly.
quarter, Home luulmlox 'It the w..... "Jealous of n'Iul "'woman" 'he
not permit herself to say It, there was \
line of said. quarter) thence run south alon ulidivlHlnn line 4Oelialnn to the .outhwent corner a wild sweet bliss. in the thought. I mused. looking iif her through eyes. sOaYioLAREi
of the oiithmi. quarter| ot the northwest Subtly she had known It almost from narrowed to n mere silt. "Ah me!"
r riu.hriernf old Hectlnu 11. thence run eunt nn
6G.Q5 tae iiilnllvliilon tine W oh..ln8. Ih."oe"ID north the first. But a widower! I I Then us If tilt episode were closed \
fl i 1:1': .. chain., thence emit IS cli 'Inn nore or Inn- to She shivered now at the very remembrance be asked quietly, "Khali we return to 110 Murray Htieetand KM( ) Went Street, NEW YOHK.
the waivrn of Indian River thence meandering:
Defer your confi the watsr.e.lgI. northwentorlr, to the point of of things that had once thrilled the house?"

I" t dance.Th.yhaveo.v.rfallsdwon't fall now. beginning' : ,excepting alx>iit twoaceabvlonirlniitoll her-the unconscious softening of his She" felt suddenly terrified bereft.
W. OiMMle.I Fruit and Produce Commission Merchant
Sold by all dalr .Yon are hereby. nntltlixl to lie and appear' In keen eyes when they met hers the.luslve She hail expected something very different i iSPj
1.O4 seed Anneal the f'lreuit Court In and for reward tioiinty, but unmistakable tenderness of -expostulation:<< self Justifica .
postpaid, free. ...Iorl / .June being the tub day of June A. 1> nag to
A CO.Detroit.
D. FERRY. Mleh. how what. Interest you have In the-ahove <|I..... rough place or held her wrap. Time within leer lint above this din of contending CIAr.TJE t
"rl".11811.1." and to howcaiie why 2U test right was when the caress of his glance feelings elms hoard-one clear,
of way for a pub>lo road should not Im taken
over said land as preyed In the PlaliitlfTV petition made her blood tingle. Now she remembered cry. "I love him! I love" Irlm!" mud Florida Pineapples, Oranges, Grapefruit,
fled In this cause Iq tbe Clerk' ofllre for It with a sort of loathing. site held out her hands,). us beseechingly
the UM of the Plaintiff a* a right nf way for a
lOLEnIiONEYA1W TA1tfereAU4re public road: or else toe forever, barred. Had his eyes not softened. for some as a Child Extra Early Beans and Vegetables.
the Clerk' oftlce ? "You little glrir: he
Ordered at at TlttmrllU other woman poor silly
_: ..,... -we-. S. .'.-..,.. Florida,this the 13th day of April A.I). IW>4. Thus she wrestled with )lore and pain I whispered I in n\ voice of great contentAS ...._____ ____ .. .. ____ ________ ____ ____---1P.

(Peal 't. Ct.) A. A. TCWAHT, until the striking of the clock reminded "' bo swept' her up In his. arms. ""'h,)
The Largest and Most Com- D I.. (IAVLnau: ClerkClrculttamrt.
A.ct', fur Coinplalnan. anni| t3Iaster'i her that the dinner hour was at band.' ,."r told yon that fltnttird tnle? Mnt :Huhlnaan & Co.

orate Establishment South. Jumping' up. she began to dash cold I'vo proved to yon t Unit you would .

water over her flushed face and wet have loved me even If I hail) been! '
Sale. :Ml Washington Ht, ) NEW TOHIC.l .
GEO. S. : her
eyefl. while she tried to steady l/: Murray Htreet. ) N. Y.
surging emotions. -" Mot ll.r Onla....

AND BY VIRTUE OF ADKCRKB: OF "Everything went wrong" she apologized .Mrs. Mummer. Is. one of the gentle
e UNDER. wureand ale entered In the Circuit when Bh 'appearPlI at the dinner clinging women who are guarded and
Court f r the H r ntn Judicial Circuit of
Fnrl'U for Bce..ar l County In a nauM therein table rather flurried and breathless iculded by some strong and) well balanced (Oranges Pineapples

and pending William,wherein K..pier.". John. I I"II.defendant Hoffonlinoinnlalnant I will Mil atp ) "Couldn't get ruy hair up right, tnembrr of the sterner sex its ,

t. iblla auction at the front door of the Court books wouldn't book, and buttons lung ns' they 11.('. When Mr. I'lumrner f
Hoiwe at Tltn.Tllle Klorl.la on thenxtb day fOt wouldn't button. died she was overcome ty grief and. a and Florida Fruits Our Specialty.
June I1MI4, between the hours of II a m. and 1 .
o'clock i>. m.. to the highest and hmt bidder for Her cousin smiled. "eiis.r of helplessness."Now. 1 e

: or cash the land"be described. to below satisfy OUft the much deems there In "Methlnks the J lady doth protest too ,uiy dear Emily what are all We",represent several! of the largest shippers In your State, and wish to represent'n
All neomoary
1, @ said eanne may amounting. to t_011 and Interact at much. she thought to herself. th'-s.. bills?" nuked her cousin ono day
S' a per oent from May 3, 1MM." and the coats, ot "Dick just telephoned" she announced when Mrs. Plumraer) bad been a widow .: .you also. Glee\ us a> trial shipment. Established OH years.. "
aid. cans to be taxed by the clerk of the court, '
to wit the followlo. traru of land *ltnat d iniirev.rd feeling rather small and guilty as nearlysl,, months. -- ,-----,
... ........ .
Florida, via: Inca one (11.) 'I' acid, Mrs.
County. she noted Constance's flushed face and "They fr. gas bills.! '
,:' .... two(:V). lour. <4>, aad Ave>of section thlrty-flre KHYAI1L1HHBO: : 170.
((351 and lot ale (II>of section thirty-ilz (.Wkall: In teverl b.eyet'l.' "lie and Douglas Shane ,, Hummer looking apathetically at a .
MANUFACTURERS OF townonlp thirty four ((34>worth ran ge forty (te) are coming up after dinner t-> take us I small pile of pink slips "and those ---- -

east,and eoutalolnff 1J0.V7.aam.r. (1., WALma.Use. down to the Spouting( Rock." ]! bin* ones are telephone bills.. They '

Doors, Sash, Blinds M. Rnnnisa Special. Ma ter.dollettur Constance opened her Itps with the !I R urn beginning to complain at the telepbonp M. Lane & Son

for Complainant. evident intention of declining, but before II oUI.r ami they've said something ,

Moulding &: Building Material she could speak her cousin continued about taking out tlu telephone,,

f Notice. glibly: I I and tho gas: company ban shut off the :S30; WASHINGTON STREET NEW YORK.

CS&ce Jk \Waieroom King opposite : "I Just accepted for both of us became I gas/: Already. sat In the dark last
Cannon Street.Charleston I knew you would like to go." I night."
OTJCE IS HKRICHY: OIVEX: THAT I If. 0 Southern Fruit and Produce
S. C. ,j. tend tn apply to the Judge: of the Circuit Then she continued under her breath: i "\\ f'II, but why on earth ln't you ,
Court In and for .revard County, IloriUa, "Poor old Douglas! Wouldn't I like to ,I pay the bills?' asked her b on the aetk"' da.r May I'.KH: or as axon thereafter
Sash Cord m i u practicable for a Il.,eue to manage bear what she says to him! How shall *
Weights, take charge of and control alt. my property. and I ever make my peace wltb them I Mrs, Mummer looked at her" guest OOcl.r.o..1sc1oc.: : :: : Moroh.o.to.:: :
dear In nrifft.
become a free every '
fO-S KFriB: : AUfKKMAX.Make : wonder with reproachful tear filled eye*
Hardware. --- -- When the dinner ovc:. they sat en t "George bas always paid the ins and FLORIDA PINEAPPLES OUR SPECIALTY.

Glass the broad piazza In the twilight she j telephone bills," she said pla "' '*!17.
Window and Fancy fOIEnIDDNEYCURE half regretted her prank and decided f "I supposed you'd nnder tand."-
Stencil, Cards sod our quotations furnished on application.
A SPECIALTY. Kidneys) and Bladder Right to speak but before her good Inten Youth's Companion.


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,JAMES.JIUTCHAKD, pitbldent; < V*M. M. Known, Vlee-Pre&ldeD\

,t */ *>"," 4. .S ':*, INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK

A weekly journal devoted to tire development of the IndJ..n\'! \',River, ,

Lake Worth and Bay Biscayne sections COUNTY DEPOSITORY.
!Ja..PCBLI8IIKD Authorized capital, $1OOCOO
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yaIDAY..\ P '" k Paid up capital $40,000
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I Average deposits.- $16OOOO

CIIAS. II* WALTON Editor and! Proprietor!

--- --. .......-... .. ---- --.-- -' .- -------.- SS,. r Transacts a General Banking

'I H. \V. DAVIS IS THE MAN, \' yo ta Business

In the great flxht: for Governor, on the 10th day. pf May, there were -}.- Largest and Oldest Bank on thtf River.Kxobaug .

four candidates before the people, and all four ran very'clone together.Not tgt> ,'15fi P 4 ; bought; and n1d' on all Foreign

one of the four failed to make a highly creditable race, and the t II a Conntrles.putronafte -- .,

highest candidates, lirownrd and Davis, were so near each other in the 5, aIti r : appreciated. Prompt service polite
I number of ballot cast as to almost constitute( a tie Of one thing treatment,and I every favor consistent. with conservative
$ ranking granted.CORRK8FONDEKT8
there can be no doubt : the people hare not thus far expressed their } 1 tilt :
choic as between these two gentlemen and it will require another primary If1' lliocnlx National BjnU. N. Y.. Empire State
f to settle the question ag to whom the people really desire for ye'r pr ? Jack-.J I: ; "
Governor. In the cases of Senator James 'lallaferro and Mr. Frank .Y y ty r? rrA SM7T"

Clark there can be no doubt as the wishes of the people were over 'r1TI7ViL7LE, FLA..
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whelmingly expressed in their favor but as between Davis and Broward --- ---- --- -- -- -- -----------

they are yet to decide as to whom they really desire to be the Governorof All kinds of Agricultural Implements. AgentsFOR

our great commonwealth THE
That of Florid will the 7th of June overwhelm. .
the voters on day -A,01WE1;: HEa.RROw--:
iugly endorse Col. H. W. Davis for that high office, we do not believe

there is (a shadow of doubt. Why do we say this P Because Mr Brow.ard' ,

official record can not compare with that of Col. Davis in faith' rZ'
fulness and efficiency. Mr. Broward had to be removed from the olllce! ta I IJ'

of sheriff of Duval county, during Governor Mitchell's term, for delin :: 8H I I

qulncy while in that office, and later on Mr. Broward violated the laws ; Z
of the country In running a.11 ibuitering expedition while the Cuban. 4K
Spanish-war WAil progress. 'Ihese two facts should appeal to the =0 1:1:
conscience of every true voter at the coming primary. Col. Davis has .od O

been before the people for years as Congressman from the 2nd district, p'Y c. :
and not one word can bo<< said to the detriment of his record while !in 7. H '.'

office) These lire facts! which no man can successfully controvert and ,t" ti a u:; "1 "fP ::4.
we have too much confidence in the democracy of the State:! to believe ::;! !
that Col. Davis will suffer defeat at its hands. '
Mr. Bro'ward's sole argument against Col.: Duvls is that he believes I I,

ilr. Davis would give the peoples'. land to the railroads It he should be ,"" CQ" ---, .

d elected Governor! Upon! this bare supposition he is making his can THE CEO. H. FERNALD HARDWARE CO

1 vase I Col. Davis has come out, publicly, declaring 'that he has never SENATOR JAMES P. TALIAFERROReceived :sanford, Florida.RANGE .

I I stolen anything from the people, so far, and does not Intend at this ..
late day, to depart from that Integrity which tins marked his past prl -- -

vate and official acts. Can It be possible that the people have believed, 22,222, Votes May 1 10th, =- .

for one moment, that Bob. Davis would dishonor and deceive them in Stockton Received; Only 1 2,771.WECOHOBXIS.I -::-----" -
this matter.? No; It Is not possible, and when the votes are counted
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on the 7th of June, Mr. Broward's methods. will be severely censured -----
1 Then let the voters of Brevard county unanimously endorse Col. Davis E kY Co1P

at the coming primary, and make. this the banner county( for "Our Bob." : ; rLA -' -


THE PEOPLE'S CHOICE. ---- --- _...- .fDZ IN

When Messrs. Stockton and Barre were urging the convention Senator Taliaferro was born in Virginia. B x C

which met Jacksonville four years ago, to adopt the primary system Served in the Confederate Army duringthe 7
of nominating candidates for the various offices, these two gentlemen ,

were loud In their praise of the proposed system, because, as they ex. war.

pressed It, "the people could then In unequivocal terms, express their Lived in Florida since boyhood.
choice of candidates at the ballot box." The primary system of nominating Hay, Grain, Flour, Meal Grits,
t candidates'was accordingly adopted, and the people have in Is an enthusiastic Confederate Ve'taran.He .
i "unequivocal terms" endorsed Tallaferro over Stockton and Clark Till-no.: Oo-rrioxxt: : :ZZTto.,
over Barrs. Now these same gentlemen, as aforesaid, are not satisfied obtained from Congress the Indian
Weight and Quality Guaranteed -
I # with the result, but are rushing into another primary, although Mr. War pensions that the old soldiers are now ,
Taliaferro received about ten thousand more votes than his' competitor, ------- ----------

and Mr. Clara led Mr. Barre, the next highest candidate for Congress, getting. Door an.d.: 'OPJ.ii: :: o"'PV :I1'raD:1oEi.: :

by nearly Why are nine these hundred men votes.determined. to thrust a second primary. on the Give him a second term, for he is an uncompromising "Vfe lire making hundreds of frame every month for the leading contractors
and should make them for W>. do it and better.
people? Simply because under the primary law they are permitted to Democrat and entitled to it. Our latent e Improvement Is ., you.. cheaper
ge before the people a second time in case no one candidate receives a .
all and in the that be -- ------- '
1, majority over hope by some process they may '
'and should Insist
;;,)\ d'It able to thwart the will of the people. Mr. Taliaferro came within a have you t"do write on getting these In your frames.
Senator Taliaferro When you any building '
;'1,1, few of all three of his but F ? \
votes having,a majority over competitors, W I EAST COAST LUMBER AND SUPPLY COMPANY,
1'1' i;1! notwithstanding that fact, he must go before the people again in .I f. .. Should be._ Returned. General office EAU GALLIE FLA.
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I# another primary. -Yards at Tltusvllle Eau Gallfe, Fort Pierce and West Palm Beach- :,
: Now we submit the proposition-and we believe every true demo BECAUSE:-lie has labored unceas ing liberal appropriations for I
Iif:if\} j crat will admit its absolute fairness-that Stockton's conduct in this ingly: for bile good of the State: the Improvement of St., Johns
matter I la most reprehensible. The people have plainly said that they and Its people. river, thereby making possible
BECAUSE-He haw faithfully guardedthe large reductions In freight rate c& O'Hara I
,j It(Il! desire the return of Senator Taliaferro to the Senate, and every demo. Interests of all pel HODS entitled throughout all territory tributary Hodges ,
crat who Is hidebound in his fall ID Florida and I to that stream.
not too predjudlce can not to vote to pension ...Manufacturers and Dealers... I
for Taliaferro on the 7th day of June. other Southern States. BECAUSE-Ha Introduced and secured
I We have well-known democratic in DEC USE-He baa completely and suocessfully the passage' of the Senate resole PINE I
submitted LUMBER.
'II' plainly a proposition answered and refuted ntloo providing for the surveyof 1hsNed: CYPRESS AND YELLOW
this matter and challenge anyone to show the contrary.; It will not do every flimsy charge that his opponents a route for a ship canal across
\i to charge that these sturdy democrats have been bought, for that is a have brought against the State of Florida, with an ap- Orange Box Tends Fruit and Vegetable Crates Mouldings Shingles etc. I
reflection blm.DECAU8ElIIs. of .! ,OOO Mills and office located at Buffalo Bluff, Fla. Write us for prices deliveredto
upon over 22,000 voters-a reflection that will be scathingly propriation $ therefor.
brilliant record as Flor any part of the State. Address: Hodges & O'Haia, Buffalo Bluff Flo. 1
yil 1 rebuked at the next primary. Fellow democrats, show your manhood ida's junior senator clearly and BECAUSE-He la perfectly familiar
and worth on the 7th,of June by voting fur Taliaferro and Clark. plainly shows that ha la the with the course routine and de- ----------
In the right place. tails of legislrMve procedure In :
right man IF YOU WANT A. .
i very department; and It would ..
DECA US E-In accordance with Florida ,
il DEATH OF SENATOR QUAY! democratic precedents, In fordo require for any new member,
over fiO years he Is clearly entitled years experience to acquirehis
present advantage of effici
second term.
IN the death of Honorable Matthew Stanley Quay, senior United to a enoy.BECAUSEfie. .Building Lot
Ha largely Instrument-
It, States Senator from Pennsylvania, Florida has lost one of her truest BECAUSE In-securing warn pensions for the sure saw. the futility of endeavoring ..
friends, and this State joins Pennsylvania! in sincerest mourning over I wing soldiers and widows of to secure the paymentof
the loss who deceased soldiers of the Semln:! Florida's Ancient Indian War or a lot with a BUILDING READY FOR OCCUPANCY
I of a friend has been tested and found not wanting. Senator Claim by means of a separate
Quay has ever worked for and supported those bills and appropriations ole Indian war measure and also Introduced an LAND FOR AN ORANGE GROVE,
which were for the benefit of Florida" and in consequence of his BECAUSE-He successfully Insisted up. amendment to the Omoibua PINEAPPLE PLANTATION or TRUCK GARDEN.
the retention In the bill tor a
I marked partiality for this State he was dubbed Florida's.third senator, on permanent Census Bureau of Claims adroitly Bill and providing successfully therefor defending We probably have for sale just what you are seeking. .

by Judge 1\[. S. Jones, of this town, about twelve years ago, and It was Item providing for the collection Its' passage against the Settlers In but still there Is If
here, to his Florida home on the East Coast, that he came when his health and publication of crop ttatls- ationg opposition of rival claims are flocking room. you or*

began to break, thinking that the balmy atmosphere of our seml-tropl- tic. BECAUSE He advocated the election looking this way, drop a line to

cal clime would restore him to perfect health, but alas it was too late. BECAUSE Cuban lie provisional secured a chance tariff ratingcypres In the of United Stale Senator by the JAS. E. INGRAHAM, 3rd Vlce-Pr*,ldent.
Florida could not at that stage repay him for his kindness and hard lumber the same M pine direct votes of the people, the
work in her behalf, and he was taken elsewhere for a change, and then greatly:* to the advantage of all enlargement: of the powers of FLORIDA EAST COAST. R'Y,
the lote tate Commerce Com
to his home In Beaver, Pa., where he passed peacefully away on Saturday Floridians engaged In that In, merce CommlitAton' and voted ST. AUGUSTINE. FLA.
afternoon last dustry.BECAUSEHe. lo strict accordance with the ----

y Yt ha always and every.wbsre wishes and purposes of the chief WALTON SELF.LOCKING BLOCKS. OVER FIVE THOUSAND OF W ALton's -
given I full and complete leaders of organized labor on the
credit to bU colleagues of the > Patented In all countries Only tackle Rapid Calking Tools DOW In use-
bill for the
there hotels providing
AT are about 173 and in
present permanent ,temporary Florida delegation tor their of the Department Commerceand block of the kind ID the world. Fitted by boat owners In the United States.
St. Louis and it I is expected that before the opening of the Exposition hare In all that has been done Labor.BECAUSEActing. with the celebrated Vinton Roller Price jM.OO and $8.0O each, at the Ar
,L the list will be Increased to 25''). It Is estimated that these hotels will for the State.
In entire harmonyand .Bearer. Useful lo any place where VOUATK office Titusville Fla. *
d be able to accommodate 50,000 persons dally without undue crowding, BECAUSE Tie wrote Into the Cuban concert with, other dlitlngulsbed hoisting Is done. With these block -
and perhaps many' more with crowding. Beside. the hotels there are reciprocity treaty the word "cattle" member of the Florida
S An the work of two.
one man oia
thousands rooming and boarding houses in the city, and it is estimated thereby reducing the tariffon delegation at Washington, be I,
Florida animals Intended for and they succeeded In securing Thousands! Hold in the north Call TilE ANHEUSER .BUSCH
according to figures compiled by the Free Information Serviceof export to that Island, bus great. for Florida. a larger volume of and see them In working ordor at this .
the World'. Fair that at least 100,000 be that Important In-
persons can comfortablycared ly fostering appropriation* than bad ever office or the store of Jos. Pritcbard Jc'
for daily in the rooming and boarding houses and. in private industry.BECAUSElie before been accorded to this Son Tltusvllle. Brewing Asso'srFitooce
homes. Many more persons can be accommodated by "doubling up." voted for the antl-trdst! State, aggregating over four -
bill\ for the Inter-oceanic:: canal million dollars, or more than (7
bill and for the bill abolUhlngtaxea for every Inhabitant, scheduled St.Louis Keg and Bottled

LET everybody bustle around and clean up their yards and side. ou State banks and voted as follow: 0 JIeer.

3 walks. Don't wait for the marshal to come around and notify you. against bill.BECAUSEIle.the Infamous ship subsidy Indian War Claim. $1.100,000( Bold by M Mn.T.A..Lo .,and
{ Rivera and harbors. 2,300,0X> 1 R.L. Tt&o..UJe.1'Ia.BrMr. .
Show to Titusville-that you have the Interest of the'town at-heart, and possesses the confluenceand Public buildings . 300,000)
'. don't wait to be forced to get rid of rubbish. See that all weeds and respect of his fellow scant Lighthouse*.naval station,eto. 10u,()()() : .R.L.Motlow,Cocoa,Fla.

I grass are kept off your /sidewalk. It is no place for them. on gree.BECAUSElie.to a moat remarkable de Seminole War peoalooaaoDualll( ) rOO.OOO JOSEPH ZAPF

+ aided largely In procure Total. . . "t$).I,1tsX,000BECAUSE )
IT is many years since so much real estate has changed hands in He received In the May primary Sole Agent.;

1 this.aeetion, which goes to prove that the East Coast Is in a sound and I t Street !
1' 22,222 votes, while Mr. Stockton t 010 to 820 West Bay
healthy condition. :Nb freezes along this coast during the past

years, is the main cause of the present prosperity in Brevard county. received only 12,771.I ih JACKSONVILLE] : I I'T




__ ;-.<', .); ;, KAST CUAt: &:ADVOCATL JUNE 3, 1904. _:.. \ \ 5 I





And Send Us Your Order< = ..... Edgar n.;...,. of Wav..lnd: wo rr- Subs Ipttona for the ADVOQ SARAH (. HOD(.IM>.V PHimriAJt' AMI: 8" .. .
: the guest of Mrs. W. U..Mania laat week. 1 the pink paper of the East Coast I received at the Melbourne Postofflee. WHOLESALE GROCERS
1."' ) Mrs. W. II. Harris gave a small Informal 1- '
:XLx&si porch alt4ri i 1I I :Major II L. Jordan has disposed of
party on Saturday RICHARD W. GOODK.-Real Estate,
lUG noon lublo and Coqveyancwr. Agent for .< his pencil' crop, locally.

YPERDISTILLED: Per.GaI.. Fl 611 Miss hatchet of West Palm Beach U Liverpool rira insurance and Lourh.nandOlol.e.aad Cmnpaiileii. Special. R. 11 Stuart of Brantley, was In KaiOalllu Fruit and Produce Jobbers.

QuExv CITY .... ... .. 200 TRADE 3- visiting Mia Bessie Andrews at .Grace paid to the.-Inuresu.-- ot non._-..."
i BUNNY BOUTIt... .... 1110GILT.EDOJD..300 Lawn. DR !.. A. P II:II:KI'H.ICUNJID 1'1' Thos. Sumtar I I. showing some very.
'k 1 Miss Ethel Sawyer returned 1 from college afternoon.R siil..noa, Melbourne. At Kau G 1U... line nukes In out; markets. Corner Bay and Julia Sts., JACKSONVILLE FLA. I

.... .00OVERHOL'E on Saturday evening, and we are all Mrs. St. Clair opened her bakery on

PEDIGREE .... .::. .:. 00 SPECIALTY: very pleased to nave her borne again. HOTKt.healthy': KKtLEVtTK-MxltMinrnv winter report on high| pine, line.' ,. i Houston St., on the lit nst. WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF HAY, GRAIN AND FEED.'

Mr. and Mr*. At R. Hodgson and children lonkhtu,""" ltlv"r. It''I'.I.' : :*and ut>. I :Mr. Drake of Malabar la now with the {
....... OUR
OLD HALIVA.X. 4 00 : who have been visiting Mr*. J. II per 01.l.,. 9t| .oifkl raton per week or wM IE. C. L. A S. Co., at this point. e PURINA FEED SPECIALTY.
Write for rates to .Madam' 11:. M.\ Uami
Andrews for.V be pHssed two week, left : Potatoes, Sued pe'I\D\1t.1I8U.1 Cow Pens In season. <
caor.i Manager, U. W. Camplx, fioprletor.O. Mr. Salisbury and family have moved
HOKEY : Sunday, for Eau Gallie. .
I into the Phclpa cottage Houston StMeHHis : gjCfVf solicit consignments of Fruit and Vegetable s
= The gorgeous: moonlight nights of the M. Brown la visiting at St.
; Spencer were In- .. .. ..
BACK passed week have drawn large ptrtles to I --- --- -- -- -- -- ---
tine this week. steamers
: Gallic\ Mon
I' I'er.oul the. beach hunting: turtle eggs, and many; I uproiing on
IF GOODS N. c. Wit ITE.. ... .... a 1 6.1= finding; great nests. The bear huotlni Miss yyble Horton. of Fort Pierce I day last. South Rockledge.

WRITE DETTbR. .. .. 2 00DON'T "- too, him hen Kond 1 all the boar also are the ffuentof her Ginndmotliar. Mrs. K. Splllor Is now the owner of some -
out after these delicious eggs. A Morion. I very tine. Guinea hens or rooster*-he him
Mr. M. C. Salmon from Friday
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WHITE FSiE.: 111103
Miss! F.nscland9all hastens at the Clubhouse Messrs Claude Edge; Laurence nqt decided which. until Sunday with her cousin, Mrs. J, J.WblLe .

SUIT: LAUREL-VALLEY.: .... 300, Thursday, at an Informal little end Fact' Shave, of Kau Ontlie\ The Uuuch Plums of Lotus, Is on :

/ tea party. Among those present were. last Sunday In Melbourne. I Hodgson'/ ways this week, being overhauled :Mrs C. D. Piovoat; spent a couple of '

Mrs. E. tie' mor. of Wavoland! Mrs Mr. Leon Adams> left laat Monday and painted. days with her mother Mrs. K: M. Uieose
s-WE HAVE OTrIERS- Hodgxou of Eon. Gallie. and Mis ning for Eldred. Mr. Adam Is a '
) [ Mr. Prang 11 putting In a cistern at last weok.
hatchet, of West Palm Ileuch. man of sterling qualities and 1
the new resldenva being built for U. FTrout .
WRITE tTS 'The mango; crop la going to bo quite
The dance boat of friend In Melbourne who
Assembly night

on Friday of Norfolk Va.
In this this and will
attended the floor being be glad to see him return at an Rocllon year, t
was largely >>
J. J. WILLIAMS 3 3P. very very crowded at times but, even that d.d date. The foundation for the residence of C. soon be ripe. ......w.sf
W. McN'abb:! Esq., of Youngstown, 0.,
not seem to Interfere with tbe pleasure, The latest report la that Frank The lightning played some queer '
O.: Box = and although the night was. a very warm ertson la renting very comfortably I I. being laid this week. pranks, near here, during the heavy LOOK TO YOU EYES. tIt

401. one, the dancing was kept up till a late Peek Is attending him, and be ha Mr. and Mr. O. O Redstone have storm on Tuesday. suffering from any eye defect or wea

JACKSONVILLE!:, FLORIDA dq hour. Many new and bountiful sunnier constant care of his loving family. purchased the Stlckney home Possession > Miss Louise M. Puwa line h.id her cottage sight call at my now well-appointed optical

gowns were noticed some very dainty his recovery may be speedy, la the was given them lat lo..t.i ; re-palntetL>> etc., which m.ikes .It Institute. Special: complete louse
Vtl'vyyyyy'IVTVvtrvynyyy'IEden. dresses of white swiss nnd lace being of Jiis-host of friends. grinding outfit/ In connection
Alex Near was In town Sunday aDd look like a new building.M. .
... ... ... worn by the younger girl*. i
- Rev. Dr. Paine left on Monday for I Monday last Mr. Near is sinking' aa O. Salmon has two indwell early Dit. E. II. ARMSTRONG

Vatclt summer vacation to be spent nt artesian well: at ludlnnoltt. pencil trees three years' old, that have 11 Laura St. Jacksonville* Fla. r
"' the Kidney north. lIe will return in the fall to Dr. and Mrs. Sohuyler have returned borne about four bushels of poachus.

"When they are effected life Is In Bangor statue his duties as pastor of the from a abort outing/ to point on the They are large and of very One quality. that who
| ment comes tr> those so loyallysupported '
; JMTr. Robinson gave a launch pAl'ty.I.at ; sava Dr. Abernethy, the great English gregational wife; have endeared church. themselves Rev. Paine to northern portion of Indian\ River. E. W. Mchuyter came up from :M.tlubtrthis mO' y

Krld.iy, to the "i"ivlln| whore a very physician Folev'a Kidney 'ure Melboiirnlies h.. wish. l them a safe The I Ii, F. Tent residence Is almost week. to ace fir wife, 'who hits, been I 1 made 'the moo ait an Indlvlitunl< with 1
,;a1 pleasant day WAS spent. makes Houud kldne)a. Sold by'| Red pleaimnl out Ing. lintslied. The K C IA S. Co. hud! the laying with her daughter.; ... J. K. ,, no faction "r <>''lIIhlllll".n l lit men at my i

: Pineapples, Diosfj .(toes, rullioid and Cross Pharmacy CODtl act and are Mulshing) It' very art litiloally. Bet tier, s" as to receive medical tieiit- | back, iini"alnit[ to t hetoll vldunlC\Ilisen. \ -
. 1 ('omml..alotmen.. are very plentiful, aa Mr. Samiu l Adnms, of Follelta, ment from Dr. lltighlett.We ship of our Mate without preiljudlco.
" a wile, will| ) his brother spent, last No limn oiiii Emit .'IOI.htltIJ
morn loyal to
! u.ualn this time of the year. Jensen here. and left. for the north In Marcr-, MoMlllau'.launch" look a party over are all\ ivjololtig/ over the fact Urn the best juiciest of all her people, or

'. Mlsa Reba LeTourneau I III geLLlog to be visited t.heV..rld'* Fair and ,' to the ourau l buauli UU Sunday last. Tliwy our poseur him come to stay with us. We prouder of time honor>> than, I would have

i',' quite a sailor and manage her boat so fine, but. very lint in :St.:: Loula. seurued a.MHO turtle and eggs before tlnd liliu a very able and talented man, been As to ,jny. dilute vouise In this
I well that eha. l la. soon to be presentedwith MoKjnltoes\ are coming again to see Adams returned to Melbourne oo I their return.Mr and wti feel confident that our sister\ campalitu an>> often musket by good) friend.
a new suit of sails., their old domain. day ".,intends to make this his *. Wm. Ty Under left for Orange chinch In I'ltiiavlile.. will' Kreally, pl"... I simply say that on Nocount' o( Mr. I

Misses Jessie and Barbara Miller wentto The Wayside Ian I 18 full of commission bourn, having| purchased. through; It. City ou baiurda. last. Mrs. Tyl.lnderwll ed with him. Broward'a nialMoim, unju"t and unwarranted j

Fort Pioroe.Jast rtaturd.t.?, with their and transportation men. (?rood, forty acres of tine laud Dear take H Limp,| uoi-th before her returnto attack on me In hi* campaign

,cousins George Sounders, and returned burne. ludlaii River. Indianola. literature Moll he promised tu. correct
Sheriff J. P. Brown was hero last week
Sunday evening on the train. Last Monday being 'Memorial Day A Bennett Is amending the and never did, that my self respect will
for convict. Capt. /
; a
looking{ runaway have passed entirely\ before I can
number of our people mot at the away
Oa Decoration Day two very fine granite The Pineapple Grower League met gregational church at I 0 which nowly set out trees on 'apt.' McNabb'slot. for one moment think of supporting" him.
a. m The him busy Thomns ) I.I boat
I in the dry IIp.IIIR keeping Donnelley having a
gravestone were put cemetery I will vote fur Robt. W. Davis whom
In the Town Hall last Saturday. beautifully\ decorated with .H.IRH ,
with the house and wharf built
to mark the graven of Thonia; E. 1 Richards flowers Mayor O. II. Stewart wateilng pot. consider the truer, the better man.

and his son, William 14'. 1Uch. rdr. Karl Schuyler ban. returned home from music on the organ. From the Mr. Itoesob of Indiana, has started his Mr. Wnt. Gram ling, of Miami, U vis. Very truly

Rev II. Jones who has accepted the Rollins College, to spend the summer'svacation. the following; Union veterans .., new residence on Highland Ava .This King her pal'enu1 r. ami MM.I W It. I). J l. )fA.n.
will be" lubstanclal addition to Eau Sanders. --
the cemetery: Messrs Oliver Glbbs a
pastorate of the Edvn Congregationalchurch ;
baa fixed up temporary quarters R. R. Klcou I I. putting up water tank Branch, K. W. bode It. W. Onllle, when completed. Miss Alice Sanders I I. at home from DEATH OF SENATOR. QUAY

until the parsonage I III gotten in readiness I and making other Improvement on bill B. Vansteoburg and Dr. 8. D. lshowers on Tuesday last re- Normal School to rpeud the summer -

rind ha beat for his wife. home place. They were followed by the children lUved toe long dry spoil In this district. with her' parent Col. MIttbewIlnnley/: Quay, senior.
vying; flags and lowers( and In spite Vivid \ and heavy thunder accompanied -
Edward LeTourneau who hall just recovered There will preaching In the Town the heavy shower quite a lightning Mrs. Carrie Mendel of Tltnsvllle, I I. (Senator from Pennsylvania et peacefully
from.the effect of a siege with hall next Sunday at 11 o'clock by Rev.L. wont to the cemetery, where Rev. the sudden storm. the guest of Mr. John Mlott. Mis Into death at :UI8 Saturday after-

dlptberla I now enjoying a cold He W. Sawyer. All are Invited. paid a beautiful tribute to those Our new school building. will shortly Mendel taught school here one season, noon at his home at Beaver, Pa. ,, after

hope soon to leave for the mountain of The pineapple. season Is now open,and wore the Blue and the Grey. bo lo.evldenoe. and not a inlay. too soon and U meeting with a warm welcome an lllnes. which had been more or less

Pennsylvania to recuperate. tbe crop I III going forward dally in carload Mr*. E. P. Branch read an An outside building wan built to accommodate from old friend persistent. for the pact year, which tooka
*. The buyers are looking around ate then muslo by the .. the pupil during the lastterm. turn for the worse ten day ago and
James L Crawford of Scranton Pa.
Mina Florence Robinson returned Sat which the doctor chronic
diagnosed; a*
fields and fair pricesvforpines.
the offering E. I Branch, J. Ferguson, Melts
urday evening from Winter Park, where ha very generously cent a check bar Jtutrl t.1.. The funeral was at 'J: o'clock: ,
she went for Commenoement.. Some There Is a very short crop. and Messrs E. P. Branch and C. The sharpie Lizzie carried a Jolly partyover $100, to be used on the payment of the on the afternoon of Tuesday, May 31st,

dear friends could not graduate at Ttol- W Tt Hanson, a prominent merchantof Stewart. The grave of all soldier P"I to Atlantic Beach on Monday last pianoforte for the Club-houae. We acknowledge and tbe body wa Interred In the historic
decorated each having a Hag on It
lies, properly, without her, they thought Meola Fla, spent a few days with II. strewed wltn 'flowers; also the ,.. In quest of turtle, and some board egg were were the favor with many thank. family burial plot In Beaver Cemetery.
W. KlinR looking at tLe country. We received .toured. Among on Fifteen of Indlanolalta spent last Sennsor Quay's lllnes began about a
attention. our
Mrs. John the following graves } H. U. Dr.Harah C.Hodg
Mlllerohapefoned \ Hodgson,
For time ba seemed Improved
understand Mr. Hanson Is highly pleased well as friends were well remember week at the beaoh. at Ocean us, and hada year ago a
/ young ladles at the Tibbals Assembly with the outlook and comternplates buy- son and Miss Florence Hodgson. moat delightful{ time. While there and gave much of his time to

; last Friday evening:: Misses. log property. Mr*. J. Heed caught a shark and liad to outdoor exercise. Never a strong man
Gary, Webb, LeTourneau and Una Jessie DlaLe Young; Again. Quick Arrent. call, for help to land It, whloh ,,'ulflven phyaolally, Senator Quay prided him-
and Barbara Miller. They had a very elf his endurance and believed firmly
her brother J. M. catching It on
pleasant time, a* they always do at the A Sure Thing. "One of Dr. King' New Life Pill J. A. Culledge; of Veibeoa Ala., WM by tall and.,- Field It oa the that outdoor life would restore him
night for two weeks has In by the hauling up
Tlbbal Club. put me twice In the hospital from .a severe care '
death to health, and give him long
It I I. said nonlng I I. sure except "teens" again write. I>. II. duct and. many year*
of 24 tumors After
pile causing lease of life.
but that I I. er
and taxes not altogether true
Dalay, Mrs. Maunder'* horse, wa quite New for of Dempaeytown Pa. They are or. and all remedies failed, Bucklen' We celebrated Memorial Day ID ratheran Cot. Quay, In health wa a great eater
Dr. King's Discovery Consumption
..look. last week and horse owner began Is a sure cure for all lung: and- beat In the world for liver, stomach Arnica /Halve: quickly arrested further Mousual, but none the less. effective I mid his trouble of later year dated from
to tremble for fear another epidemic of throat troubles. Thousand can' testifyto bowels. Purely vegetable. Never! lnti.tmatlon) and cured him. It conqu.ra "way' Ily the kindness of T. II. Sanders, : overdraught/ on his vital system due to
I disease wee upou us, but she Is all right Only 23o: at Red[ Cross Pharmacy. and -Red Cross ,
that. Mrs. C. H. VanMetre of Shep- aches kill pain. X.'io at who gave the land for a Cemetery we heavy eating, smoking, and the great nervous
and she took medicine
again as for Pharmacy. have an acre of ground well fenced, an.I'
herdtqwn. West Va says: "I bad a strains which ba underwent.
| several complaint. It I I. bard to tell just
fast becoming a to point to
what the trouble severe oaaa of Bronohttl and for a year White City. place II* dropped" weight: so persistentlythat
was. tried everything I heard of, but got no re- Georgiana. I"| ilde. Monday afternoon the vlllagei the alarm which pervaded his own

i One day laat week we noticed agentle- lief. One bottle of Dr. King' New Discovery leathered there In force The men spentthe mind spread>> to friend and family. The
time In hoeing the weed, trimming result wa that ha forsook his duties In
I and lady start off for then cured me absolutely. Its
man very merrily a of Mr .
Mrs. Bate the
was guest *
the tree and shrubs fix I OK the corner
the United State Senate and betook
1 11I\I100 the river. Mome time afterward Infallible for croup, whooping cough
I' of Eldred last week The weather was Aboutseventyfive the
perfect. to of the lot clearing
post some ,
himself to ttt Lucle Florida hoping
1 and consumption. ,
we saw the lady' skirts all hanging; on grip; pneumonia Tiy people assembled In tbe
Mr. Oustahen U roadways, etc. Wa have but few grave that the mild weather there would bring
Pharmacy. assisting
Red Cross
I the Hoe to dry and aa they do not speak It. by beautiful oak of Mr. and Mr.
of Ankoua with his grove but none were forgotten, all being covered relief. The Senator went back to Washington
.as they pans by, it seems evident that the Trial bottle free Reg. size COo pines.J. Pierce where comfortable seat had the ladles
With fern and lower by ,
\ and soon after wa taken to
and !. vary
boat and that she blame him <
oapslztid S. Padgett of Fort Pierce was been arranged for the Decoration hayexercises and we cart but feel that the time was Philadelphia, where he was placed un-
[ or it. We dare not ask questions.It guest of some friends here on At 2 m the exercises well spent.DAVIS der treatment of Doctors White and

It will be a disappointment to many to Fort Pierce.Col. Mr. and Mr. O. P. Christensen carried began and out the following program wait. Hlengel, two eminent specialists of that 1 ,
ave this correspondent appear again guest of Mr and Mrs. Oleseq on "perfection t ENDORSED BY BROWN city They ordered him to Atlantic

when they hoped aha bad died off for day evening. Rune",aytlr., "America.by lUv.J. II. lUwk.KMdliiK City: hoping the ass air would aid In his

[good: but the paper looked lonesome to Budd and party returned from A number of our people I.no.III'l IMs7," br. II. K. lIujheel of AND BY MAYS. recovery, but the losa continued, and the
the Eden people, ao we had to be repre- Palm Beach Tuesday night U..rlClan..I....(:o. M. sib Kentucky Vaval.". Senator returned to Washington.
the home of "
afternoon at
our ..
Song, "The WhiM and Ulna. loiclsm
showed all She of
sented. [We thought our correspondent Quay an
C. 8. Emerson and family have moved on Sunday Recitation, "An Incident In War," by Miss N.I. Ocala Fla. ll 1IMU.Dtar .
had gone to the World's Fair on a vacation. ,II*Owens. May Indian In his last 11I01'... H. held out
.-KD.] Into the Farnsworth cottage. Han Christen I* progressing Bonic: "Innrm.eotftverenoe: r." Comrade no hope of recovery, and refused: to believe -

Miss Florence Robinson I I. bard at Rain threaten. every day but no rain, rapidly ,with his clearance and Aililrmi.." tMsri, by 0W.. MulmM.for Our M. !>Jlnn.n. ., ntHharpas. First thanking you for ;your kind support It was po.lble. Coofy and firmly' 1'
work for to be held which I I. badly needed In this section. way and will soon have hi* land rl..f Color tt..r In Co.: !>., nthM.onrl la my candidacy for Governor of ha took leave of his dearest things.
arranging a concert readiness. for pine soil :/'ncl Ohio Volunteer. Infantry, Florida 1 wish to all a true Confederate I Thursday lust be asked to be taken to
on Saturday evening, June 4th., for the Mm{."Itattl Hymn of the Itonubllo say
his famous to attendants
remarking -
t' benefit of the Congiegatlonal; church It Pineapple am going forward In large R. P.. Paddlson jr. general Kaalutlon, "M.au>rtl tMv.; by Mls Kin Veteran that I am constrained by library
will be held at the hotel. There will bea quantities from here, the last few day*. of the Port Pierce iumbtr: ;yard, was H.l lUv.'J.H.
"Wh ThU Ceremonial books
by next Confederate Veteran the Hun "I want to sea my, once more
Una program of songs Instrumental Wm. Tylander cf.Eau; Gallie arrived on Sunday, bidding his friend good llmwk, of Melbourne. rl. before I die."
for his future Comr l il," by Wlnn- Kobt. W. Davis for our Governor who
music and recitations. Several new stars before leaving place Addre.herDepared <
will There will be Ice cream Tuesday night to take Mr. Paddison'splace business West Palm Beach. .low tI'.bee, of Lotus, rts.,Co. K., Utth: New wu a member of Company "D" Atb.Rejr. Through; It all he maintained a bright
appear. '
here. York Volunteer active mind and his mental
Infantry. energies
'. Ga. Reserves Hard.. Corps, John ,
and cake for sale after tbe I I. ,
program Clutlng To Nlht.
fang ntlnK. | times
The Conll1'eltatloaalladle. a social Miss Carrie Jensen returned from son's Army and surrendered his rills never fagged. Ha joked grimly
finished. gave
dred and I I. The assembly then marched to tbe and was cheerful his comments bat
recently now
at the Fort Pierce Hotel, last Monday. while the echoes of a Just cause were ,
attendance.Mrs. school here. We are pleased to cemetery followed by two wagons filled lying amid the totnb of our Con- seemed prepared to die.
A large number were in ( away
with baskets of beautiful Row.... Oee).
A Startling Test. that she aspire to be a teacher and fedr"dead at Greensboro, N. O Tb. relapse which alarmed the familyon
X. J. Trowell and children left tiers she ha selected the right W. Holmes, M. D., placed flag at the 'Though a mere boy, yet ha was. lusplredby Sunday last at Morganse, recurred
To life Dr. T. O. of
save a Merrltt
for few month bead of the grave of his only brother. again on Thursday night and the alarm
a oharseterlstlowith
Wednesday morning that chivalric heroism
No. Meboopany Pa. made a startling We were pleased to bear the Rev.
visit at her former home In North Caro Morris O. Holmes, of Co. B., 17th Ohio forefathers In the d. the wa flfJlleriou. that the ttsburgspecialists .
teat resulting In a wonderful cure. lie Weatberwax last Sunday, but Volunteer Infantry, and literally covered oar forget him were called In at midnight.
write, "a patient wa attacked with lina. to learn that his excellent sermon his grave with flower At the same volution./ And now can we
violent hemorragea, caused by ulceration Mr. Poraon Paddlson accompanied by his farewell sermon to us, a* he ; time H. I'. Hughes placed flag; at the In this hour of need ? My comrade, we PREPARING: ron TUB END.

of the atomacb. 1 had often found E- Mr. Clyde Keller left for Palm Beach West Palm Beach to accept a call at bead of the grave; of Henry C. Fish, Co. annot. I have Interviewed Mr. Davis, Friday he rallied again, and was able

lectrlc Bitter excellent foracote stomach Wednesday to take charge of the E. C. place. ___ C., M7tn: Illlaoi Volunteer Infantry personally on every question effecting to converse with ex-Menator J. Donald
and liver trouble, so I prescribed them. L. A: S. Co's., yard there. which was also covered 1 with flowers. the people. The Und question' the and primary Iam Cameron for a time, but at 2:48 on Saturday
The patient gained from the first and Ten Yearn In fled. Allothergraves la the cemetery were th. Railroad Commission, afternoon ba paused peacefully away -
baa bot.bad an attack In 14 months." The Rev. Mr. Weatberwax preached also, decorated with flowers thoroughly satisfied 1 that ha Is with .
Electric Bitter are positively guaranteed his farewell sermon last Sunday to a R. A. Gray, J. p., Oakville. !Dr. Oeo. W. Holme, wife and aunt us, standing like a rock fur the beat Interest Senator Quay had a boat of friends on

for dyspepsia Indigestion, constipationand 'large congregation.; : Himself and familyleft I writes "F"r ten year I was confined! Mrs. Mary Bally, and Mr. and Mrs. U. M. of our state on all questions. Indian River who always cave him a

kidney trouble Try them. Only : WedoetMlay night for West Palm my bed with disease of my kidney Black of tibarpe. ., Rev. J. II. Hawk, of The position of lion. N. H. llrowardon glad welcome. Ills periodical visits will
50o at Red Cross Pharmacy. Beach, where they will reside in future. wa so severe that I could not move 'I Melbourne; Mr. and Mrs. Winslow Bin- the liquor question a* embodied lu be mnch missed by hla old East Coast

101 the time. I consulted the very I bee. Mr I *. Chalker Mr. Tyler Mr*. Car- his Dispensary 1)111. and I advise" the friend, who greatly deplore his Lou
I medical skill available but could\ get and Mr. people' to examine hU record when In
*****************************************.*.******** relief until Fo1e,'* Kidney Cure was penterand children of Lotus, the Legislature, of 11X11 and note how he
:.......... .................... ...............:: I commended to me. It baa been a and Mr,.were Chapman and thou live from children a dis ofArtesla voted on tbe land /grant 'lileetloo-how Tax Statement.Tax .

.. I send to me." !Sold by Red Cross among be voted to give to railroad the state -
Titus villa. tance. land and bow. be championed and made statement for the month of
THE SECOND PRI YIARY macy -_ From the flag pole near the speaker speeches; on the Insanity Divorce Hill. &Kay IOOI. For taxes assessed. attdevfed
i 'Is ** wTITUSVILLE'S platform In the grove, proudly I floated 1 a Examine his violation of the l laws of the 1 for tbe year IW.l: aa per Section
TRAINS. large sod beautiful flag. A* its brilliant of Florida.Col. .
*. country .. a filibuster and how ba reaped 33, Chapter 4115, Laws
5. T .. color glittered; In the bright sunshineone a rich harvest out of the pockets of hardworking l In Msrah. Ant. T totMtol'il.
Will be full of Interest to those seeking *: soldier' wife said: "That I Is the which true IUM.ra.Rtrr ..
of a*
*:: Cubans all
.I, Mn..3 I.tlaetchonlrund.
The following are the time* of only thing I have ever seen In "my \life -O n runt i 1

t:: .41 office*, but Fire and Life Insurance .!. ::: and departure of passenger train to that I wanted to take off my bat to." citizens the man,we who cannot break endorse.the law If, we then honor we $ "rI'hr..rnn.l.. 1JXO.4JKnMlsiut .......201 J.I 55 1.11 M8J: .

** I, i.* ** from TltasvllU: Dozen of mailer flag were scattered riiM and rorf.!"ur. Kuml.IIMM. 11111,111' II'rJ.l1
who the
I I. of Interest to everybody. Wa repra .. should! condemn the man obey
** 1 we. throughout the which were .Heal rued ut..:<10.2"S tm.ro: t'I>I.1'I
OCTBBOVVD.IMVM audience Uw Your friend and comrade .. .. .. .. IIGtJllt 3M.7TUrT.IO
--****: seat only the safest and best Companies. :: TttasviJJ ror Miami and I 3M kindly furniShed by the O. A. R. Poet at C. M. lino**, IIa.: M II .t. J7S.Ml.'WJT .. .
.. *. Augustine.. J. B. Hawk preached a Tax ebool DUI. :<10. I. : lust
.. .. tbe .. 0. 0. .. ,0 3.U 54&M 2(544
M excellent
IDtHmellate points at I to most Memorial sermon f In Fla. May 27 110-'.
MM M It .. 1110.. IMJU
SCHUYLER & WIL.: roarseotnm.vTlta.v111eforJackson.111e. church here Sunday ..veningI H.. N .. N 4. rr..e.. es2a:
: .. t*. 1 >42 To tH* PeopU'forWa: Polls" (ebool Funil).. .. .. 10.W _SILOS

** The Oldest Insurance Agency In the City .. sad launawllste points ) 1:13: We cannot guarantees to puWUb lappreelrte fully the support of friend Total... .. .. .. ..g &\aliI." 4.TM.U
.. '4. .. Item that do not reach this office before In my race for Governor. I regret my ICc.ca. ae.I.1! ) A.. CtrtrWAHT.
1 .5********.....*....**.**.*... "A. . .. .. ..***4r. Tlnuvlll. fey. B.aford 1:811 j noon on Tharaday allure to win solely for the disappoint- C1er of Cirouli Court.
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lhhig5 an oily '.' but one devel. Florida East Coast. Rye

OJ>". .
In the winter time the bazaar In renl

ly a "!/.tht. KTr'H'lntf 1 18 trozen "tiff LOCAL TIME CARD No. 55. 'In Effect Apr. 12, 1904,

The huge long sturgeons from the interior .

stand !In rows on their very sharp 'OUTHBOUND-RUD DOWN. NORTHBOUND-RUD up.

pointed noses, ItankeU. full of llttltflsliea
piled together like chips olIce. Moi No.19 IUTIONS. No.88 11I0.78D..UJ'
a t ate I Dallr.: Dally.

Frozen bird hang down on long ::7:':'::.............., ... r J esu.vl. Ar.................. ... 81\0.. ,
festoon, end the municipality Is spared F\\ 09455./ .. ... .... .. .... ....:....5J'keonvaLv" ......................... Sau a 113,
one trouble/ It'never IIIIM to woke .. I SU lap w6Sa ...........................8t.'ugu.tln... ....................... 74ut 5a la,
f 01 U .:.............. ......... H..tln"............................:. 1118. aOi"
s-1eY1 xlr away with food "gone/ bad." The : : t 00 11 U. .... .........:..........:.E.,Paatka.. ........... .. ...... .. .. .. II 410,

bn/.a/ir/ Is almost entirely In the hands 'S 4 .......'.............. ..... -
Orangesr' V 80 .. ............. .......Ar..Paletka..Lv. S 41914o
{ of the Chinese, the tall dark, rough 1213p 1116 .. ', ............._......Lv..al"tka..Ar........................... .. .'f 84- 6000
Chinese .0.a _
of the north
The quality 'I} live wrnppod 1 80 BO'p' ............... .... ......ArSanllateoLV. .. ..................... .... 8 Oat
and flavor of thefruit, depends upon up In wadded. cotton clothes until they .... m oo. ...............r: ....LvS"1\f..teoA'.:...:... .... ........... ,. 'f 66. I 800
look Tike bundlen of bedding. Without -
/ 112 1 t7 ..................... ..L..Neo/l..Ly..t./ ............. 1116. 4 071
the Clilne'*> u ud the Japanese Vladivostok S 01 2 sa p .............................Bunnella. ........................... 6411. Ita, ,
3' PotashOranges would Oinl It hard to exist. They 111 11 Up n.........,......................Unpon. ................ .............: 681\ 3101
Up ............. ........... .... Ormond .............................. II tl7. 30a.
da nil the _work of the town. ThenUNdlllllt t ca 115 p p .. ......... :.....:.....:....Da.tona...................... ........ .6ft. I t5,
absorb large!: quantities of garrison and govern; It. The II ... ..... .. .... ... ............................. 4 set I II,
Potash and the orchard .1,0..1,1 l be replenished I R pt p ....:.....................,.Pur Orang.... ....................... 4 86. f 20p
1 Chinese, the UE>I'mnuN. the Japanese 1P1f 1 la1"" ..........,:..................O..k 62 a
: \ j. by a complete fertilizer. rich and the other nation trade In It. .00 ............................. ... 13.. l13p

I{ 'i 1i! !n 8oilcnhur.lp"tltlcprnt..m.1'otanh. Ourbooli The great sport of Vladivostok In the! i 011. f fa. p .135 1 ..................................Roukl....11111..S. t Ii69a t a t 13 11 tip

I ", allying' lull cfatail* will be mulled free to any winter IN sledge/ racing, und when once I 9 111.. ,.......................,..Eau 64 t 12 001at
farntur who wrnuur/ Umtn.UFHMtN 1ft p............................. \ .. Ua 116"
r4, KAI.I WWItyit ** the harbor In frozen over a proper 14 Y t 108. ............................,II..ba 11 WeS
!*.... V.rio-I' N._. ...*. .r course In marked off and every one 08 0 40 .......................".8t. Luvte............................... 13 1'8. 10lOa
All.nl.. C.B.-U4S a.,. Ilroad M. miles 818 0 I ............................1't. I'I..ro.._ ......................... GO p 1016&
who own a horse part. A Hus-. Tri- I5a I !r'I' ....................... ........TI bb.I.........."."_............... 10 P e tht.
Ian horse IK a superior brute. He Ycekly Sailings .. 6 p .. ... .......................Ed..n.".................,............ .II OZ p 8",
11.1 0tOI./. .................Jen.ol\ ........'...........a..o... IS P 'lOatile.
lands an high and hooks" us strong ass a I n p '............................. .8&ulln................., .............. 11 00 I' 9 SOa
Free andAccented i cart home, but lie goes like the wind. BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK. 127. Up..........(...............Rol.e Bound.........................' 1086p 806aI
a1 .............. .,.t..w..eJl1pU.r......... ... _.. .. ..., 8th
Masons. He will walk or he will gallop, but be 484 Up ......................... 1Y.Paimeok... .................:.... Stop 81.
does' not condescend to do anything be at Charleston S. C. both 46aa tip..................... ........Boynton............................... Blop 760$
q's1H Calling ways) .. ..... .... Oil
tween. Ill hitmen in. weird and wonderful 159 104 p ... ..... :. ..... ....Ft'in" nerdaie...:............:::...".". B OIl'P 6'saiS81

and very H 0141'1' hi II. c-oimlMtlng The Finest in the Coastwise Service 13 I' ........:.....:.. ........ H..II..nd"I.. .. ....................., ...... q88p 5w,
Steamships e aSa 'H P .... ..............r'...."_...L."on Clty...... ....._............... f30p 5 u.
Indian > I No. 90Tltuavllle primarily of a huge wo) '?'" over the head the keystone of the The Clyde New England and Southern Lines. .
River 'i" ,, whole ntructi. which 1s attached to .
\ Direct beivloe Between .
( he shafts by winding long, t'liM straps
Lodge. Florida. backward and forward. It taken hours Jacksonville Boston Providence and all Eastern Points. 5' I N.T2 No. 3 No. Braflors.Ne. o.
hell 140
Rolila Its niBotinufi tha second snit fourth Frl- to put thin MI, In iilway liable to come Deity Daily
day: of ,each! month, a* their room, Indian. Klvei (Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) *' 7 011 a '............ TItmm.vllle..Ar 13 001' Lv..01. Bmyrn..Ar asp 30p
lI"tel.ltu. tile, Bt 7 OO o'olixilc p. in. undone and If undone In very danger SEMI-wIiICKLY SAILINGS I S t3. f.............. Ollee.. ...........Ar 1119a: Lv. Lnkalelen.Ar 10p = lOp
T. U. Ba.dera, Wor lil''.ful Muter. OHM. An English lady once related to,, Bouthbminrt. .. .... ..... .... .... .. ..... .. .... .......... .from Lewis Wharf Boeton B M a f..JCnt.rprl..A. 11 00" T Lv.Oranga Ctty. Ar I INo.23 OOP 0i 01 p.8anfurd
.....A. Morgan. Mentor, warden.M. no with horror how she wan taken Northbound.. ...,.. .. .. .... .. ........ ....... ..from! loot of Catherine Street Jacksonville BO Ar.......... .....,....Ly 1080a Ar. .Or.CItyJo..Lv 1 0p 040P
K.Ma.uo'unlo Warden. -- -
4. M. loon Trjamirar.J. Tor a drive In Vladivostok' and the
K. St. Johns River Line.Dellary Ne.2t No.18 Dsify N".18 Na ZO Ne.22
W.lk.r.1"ooret.r, MA.YPOR'r
uud Clyde
)ree carriage just over ev- I
.. Sunday
,I JT.. O. Blank h..I.ln. onlydey Dally, acep! Dally Sunday ,
I III i ... M.'I'ayiur Senior Uenoon. JI''thlng-wulltt. banks or whatever Line. ; only Bnit, 8RAN08 nnl D&By
R. H. Mime, Junior I>..aoon. ( )
::1/1(/: : O. II Walton,8enlorStewerd. came In the wiiy. It In quite true a BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND SANFORD. 10' p 10 If). 6 0' p 8 If a ........:.L. Jeek.onrllle Ar.......... 7 45 s 11 SO" 10 P
6 \ A, A. Junior Steward.I' Itusnlan horse doe*, and if you have 3 oa" 10 l .. 6 oa p\ 8 1St' .......... ..80. J""k.nn"I1.............. 7 s7 a 1112 p 1 asp
nil w'.Ruuerts, Tyler.F. Stopping at "Palutkn Actor at. rntnols, Kel'tl8ford (DeLanJ), and Intermediate land- ItOp 10110. 1.0p 8611.P.blo.tl..IIOb ,............ 706 1111''lOp
i I 31. Wooten. Mare0rl.! once driven behind one you tire nevernervoun Inlet ni the He.liihn'. Kivvr. 'a49p 10 M. e40p 904e..............AtlantloBeach.......... ..., 7O'a 11 Ma 4tBp
.. again. You are either killedor STEAMEU "CITV OP JTACKSONVILL1VI : 800 1110.. 100p g2O. .......... .Ar. lIfarport: Lv..t; S40 11 SOB "Qp
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r I'', I cured.In apiKilnteil tteall a. followt Leave. JaeksonvllleSUndAysTuusdayeanilThursday.,330pin., : :.
i Vladivostok you take your dally Returning, leiMre Hanf"ril, Monday. IYednsa.laye.nd l Vrlilayn,. P:.IO a. in. PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIp CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI.

', SIJ3E11IA LWLNTKJt.. skate an your i-onxiltutlonnl. and the 8o"lIh..un" SCIIEDCLE. -- ---sOrW-li..uud
-- most exciting tiling 'to In to sledge
I E.tve 8W In. ... .. ... .- .. Jllck.rll rte.- vs-wi.ii a. ni.I.mive .
''I' ARCTIC COLD AND: ICINESS REIGN along the 'OllIt--dnllj.wl'ol1N, because ,,41I'I', In ......'... ... ..+....... +. +..Palatka.t... ......, r........ a 1 11.. ni.Ixave HAVANA AND. KEY WEST.
II' shore Ice IN 3 111I11. u.. .... ...... ... ...t..r .. ....... .. .. .. '.. I.e..ve :'J :$4) l' m.
FOR FOUR MONTHS.ladlrontitk never quite trustworthy leave 4 au 11. mil ......... .... .... .. .',. .Jt l'ra".I1'. .. ......... .. ....... r....... 1001' m
l I toHkold, which In nil island oa the Leave .. .. .. .. .. .I-.r..lurll (1I..1..n.I) .. ... .... l..avs n tai I........ These Tans T.hi... slow; time tim a lit which t."I'\4 niny h,. ...'.....'..,1 to s-rive and depart
I niirtlieiiMt toast of $1lj1'111. Arrive II :MI a. In ...' ... '.. ., !I.t"I..r'I."v.. a aim a. tit.Atrlve front the s.vernl ..tntlnna. "ullhplr .r rlvI., .r "aPt..r" Atthe' Illlea.LtetII11"E, gllrraefeed..
\. Then III Kruvea 11ft" a 10 IP..RI .... .. .. .. .. .Eulerprl.e. .. .. ... .+ .. Leave. 10001. m. nor does the Company". hold H..lf r.nelble\ fur any delay. 0' any aone'.gneoce arlunl th.r..

I I World of flint-It and Ilvmlly Kr..... California Prune Wafer" Gen'I Passenger and Ticket Office 204'W. Bayst--J: -from.

1\i The >Vnr Fri.eoa I'oo.l U LIUiliir A pleasant and agreeable laxative r. M IKOVVfUVaKR: ji(., AiuC.'Mii.; Hii. <... no aO4 Went. Itev 8t..okiionTllle. Fla. For Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other Information
II In the Ilitaaur-Conal 11".hr. lliielnaT.Imaglno Krt. Jacksonville V l/IVrl.L, Buyerliit 'nilvnt Jaokaonvllle.
1lnle,, yet effective. PruHOilbed by w.G.cooranJr.Local. Aift.POOL HoitanBr ...r..k".n.. ria. "SKK THE TICKET AGENT."
.''I u black world frozen: tlft, pliytlolans, and recommended! by allilriii&UiR A. O. HAOKHTY. O..n'l Kiut'n Pan. *. Ait. New YorK CLVDK .MILK!, O..n. Frt. Att.'(: New York.
i { and that In VludlvoHtuk In winter. an an Invaluable substitute for THKU. O. ''.UJ K. ( "Huldfng.ll9State5t"Opla.tte' t. CL., 1rarkrNew,., (teneralClieMibniuicli A"entrl. ii J. D. BAnNER Aaiit. Oou. Pass.: Agent.. ST. AUGUSTINE :......
mineral pllln and castor oil. 1OO waters ( ( | Battery York \
---------- ---------- -
Wherever water once flowed In buy 23o:! at Hud Cross Pharmacy Tltuivllie.\ O. II. VVALTOV.nireiit. TltUMVIIIn." PlaAtlantic + .-... ...' .. ..,
or harbor a wide, gray white road now -
-- -- ----- -- ..4;. tit(
{, runs. anl these are the only two colon Host nail lien F... ; '' }o.,., .DCIRDIT N1DV K4zt:0
i I In a wide itlll world. There are no Have 1 ,
In bit book, "Anluialn That
(fE trees. The largo forest of which the Owned Us." Walter henries Pollock Coast Line R'y. I : .,...iti: C1M1xiA

1'{ old traveler wrote have long Mince tells ii funny story'of blot ilog. Douglas -., ,,, : /CF ,1

'! been cut down for fuel and the hit and a hen Ilvtny "One time when we ... elf/CA S URo

Diotllate hills behind I the town are all cane home after a fortnight's outing," The Great Through Car Line from Florida. : Ir! IillffH.s.A \\\ ,

m bare a* a UIUII'M lmudh Once behind he 'III)'.. "everything won as usual I

; these hllli tlio'fiidloxri! rolllnir plain be- with one exception. Iletny was as bare TO Til: KA8T. aNokv47. 7vNr
feathers\, the lu the *;tPb
HH wan parrot ,,
: I gin, which IK Hllici'la, rays Uerlnitce12dwurdi4 Over Its own rails to Savannah, Charlollton. Richmond and Washington, thence 10U13
I There In : lt7YJ1'01VD
one .
monkey Btor.v. '
Railroad. 4p1
hi Lunilon\ Itluck and White. via the TenuHjlvrtnlu
fowl to which she iiilght have been .
DLt'cclly Miamiicr U o\rr all the -
wealth of Honor* wltkli fur five short out quite Improperly compared, anti TO TIIEYTST.: NG

r 'luOllth il hove Hliuily[ rUittul In the loud that one theupteryx.. The servants ;t< The Louisville A Nashville, vii Montgomery.\ The )Mobile Ohio It. K. LOUVI

I go black dill out. The "'"I' h frw-zi'n being qiifstloned., reported that Iletny $

tiff. Winter hint coiuo, mid black and 1 and Douglas' the dog bad hud 'great TO TIIK I2A8T VIA STKANSIIIP. CITY

aUa the world ivumlni. In Vliullvostok giimen. Further' questioning broughtout Via Sivnnnuli and Ocean SleAmslilp Cmnpanr for Now York, Philadelphia, Bos NARRMA11'efhC

I there la llttlo chow, Hoinolluu'i U gray the fact that Douglaa'' game ,was ton. Via Norfolk Steamer to New Ymk, Washington and Baltimore. Via :Savannah : >

dust more like )IIIwIlN'I..1 Ice than to chaiie Ilets.v and pull out her feathers and. Merchants' and Miners' 1'rnnspnrtealun Company for Haltlmoie -. gRLCf7Z
and that Itetay. fur from resenting and ,
now, blown over the land, but for the 1'hUadeiphla. .
It fell completely Into the spirit of the
'I: ino t part It IH u black not a white, / oNO
Till last statement came from : 1I.VVA.VA.Via +
game. TO KEY; WEST
world of front, and In its\ way It la
I' the Devonshire cook who. by the way. ; iJ
: more lnu>rvnKlve. The earth freezer Peninsular &: Occidental :S'eamshlp: Company. $
always culled Iletsy. 'he'-nnl1 was once ____
deep feet down and In 118 hard aroll. _
\ ninny The whole luirUof turns a kind I hoard reproitchfully saying to her 'Yqnaughty'ii Connection Made at Jacksonville for all Points coLUMBIA t't'llJ
', y. why don't ee II'Y'1' Nothing -
.f dull gray Tlint too U frozen deep.To '
more!' naked, despite her enjoyment
keep any sort of channel: open the l\IILIAOE; TICKETS.
than Iletxy: cuuld be luiHKhietl. Mywife. arnu.E
powerful low. breaker him to go through scorning the Intervention of an Interchangeable mileage tickets good over I3XX: ( miles of among the principal
I 1U work twice u duy. Twelve hours of / railroads, In the southern suites, am on sale bv the principal agent.. Fof .
export,, i"" I I'M vnMvlliio: fnvly. milft\ ,
i an mllimry. wliilfr'a duy U often utittl- 'llnec", v.<<> :vt,.,viix In full an.I For reKervAII..nlll\.lIlllItlll milou apply to agents or the A. C. L., or write

t clout to block the pntimiKO. And Jill benutllni *.' .. .. FRANK: noYr rON:. C.'n'norchl. W l U. rt I'\IIK, Tia. pans Agt.I SMOOTH R1JNSOUTHERN
this In a town lit the Muuie parallel a.MarKum.'II. I 1:11\: Wear Biy >i., Actor R.ilMlnit, .1 VCKsOWIU.K; :, KL.V.

i : H. M. EHEu.oNTretlio: ; Man"lIer. XV J. CHAIR, tien'l Pass. Agent.WILMTNOTON. .. 'SUP

To thane who hare never experienced N, C. cn

It mil ul'cUe0111 In almost In. TCONTINUE .
-- --- --
-- -- -- -- --
voticelvabli1. Tuey cannot ttrunp the --

t illffereiico between, 10 and Co t degrees ToRAILWAY ()/iV1UEWActIINGTON.
:Those who fir* training flesh SE.A.JE3<>A. :D tl
of front. It remnlnn; to them merelyone and sire nsth by regular treatment .

I of numbers. Indeed when once with ; NEW YORK II ASHVILLE and

tho winter hUll gone It In sometimes Scott's Emulsion AIR LINE RAILWAY. U
and the
tlililcult to remember really how cold should continue the treatmentIn ,

It war, but during the tour revere winter hot weather smaller dose f CINCINNATI CHICAGO "THE LAND OF THE SKY"
and a little cool milk with It will

ulld month and serious themselves fact.' It Every U a night very do which away la attached with any to fatty objection product -FOR- The NORTH and WEST || tss "The Sapphire Country.,"'

you KO to sleep reuieiuberlng:. If you aaon.. during the heated .SAVANNAH COLUMBIA, CAMDEN: SOUTUKKX PINES, RICHMOND Ne_.... T ..tgn Dtaklnaf Car
tire new to such thl,)"". that a fulhireof Rend for fr,.*Mmpla. Pullman Cra ._
i the furnace which heiita the houne 4 409-41 FtarlStnut I New York. On All T veil at.. Tb. s....
means 11..lIth.'ou might wake firM to ..... and f.....| aU dnalllata.
UTHIt.RJIf .RA.L-AY. K. P. CAIN Dia.v "''--t.. Ama.
{ know you were frozen:: or you might Two Elegant Trains Daily tog W Bay Stress Jae..e.tna.. P\4

not. In the poorer bounea the Inhabit Seaboard I Tw.... P T .... Wuhintton O C .. H. HA.owlea. 0.we P.A. raan D C
Seaboard m
unto sleep on the stoves and the weak EXCURSIONTO Express, ; H Ta_ A.. Q. P A. --. 0. "
4' one often die. Drunkenness here U )
often attended with. a swift retrlbutlou .

which does not In the least pro TIIEWORLD'S ONLY LINE Operation Daily Through Sleepers Jacksonville to New Orleans. - ,- -- -- -- -

1' t Vent It, and every day In winter people 1

t, are taken up frozen from the gutters. '
) For Information and sleeper reservations .call on any Agent;
t tho-nplrlt which U In them only hastening FAIRVIA MalloryLines

the freezing so that the cart Seaboard or wrIteA. -

k which! are!' always sent round to pickup O. MAC.UONELL.Lien. l*1I1IS, Agt. S. C. BOYLSTON, Pass. Agt.CKsONVILT.E. _
j the sailors when the crews of the FLORID
J \ .
''l men-of-war tire ashore have to do their

work quickly. In the summer time, Kasbville Chattihoogi & St. Louts Ry. ,- q -- -- SPECIAL PASSEKGER--EXPRESS STEAMSHIPS

I when there In not the name need for I

a hurry the men often lit about In gutters ATLANTA, CHATTANOOGA. BO YEARS' Largest and most thoroughly equipped passenger steamships on the coast.

'' until the afternoon. The word NASUVI. Li.E. LA GRIPPE EXPERIENCE -NO OVKRCEOVVDINO_

"guttora" U used simply to designate a'
1 certain part of the roadway inner "DIXIE JLYERBOUTE"Leave IMPORTANT GUARANTEED on these

r n.. such do not eslat. The tlniiiken- follows LA blps, ss ho tickets will be sold taelceed: : the numberot berth.

ness nnu>nK all clanues of lUmsIatiH, I I..* Jackaonvllle.. l F.; 8. F,,'T-4S: a in but Pneumonia never follows the Grippe use of) or the seating, capacity of Dining IU1U thus Insuring all passengers Individual

t Imply appalling. Ctllcer think nothing Lear Jacksonville vie 1 A.O. L.,6:-OS p. in. service and attention.

of t altt 111; a tuuiVlei-ful of raw arrtrest.LunU.l p,m..tad 1 a.m.Mcnnd day Honey TRAOC MANKS _


e dinner. Through Pullman Sleeping Car,Jacktonrlll to II and Tar Anyone' iwndlnv, a>.ketrh and de u intloa* Ac nay (see Schedule c-f Ship lo Florida Timea-Volon)
lTU.rtiiii nnr opinion freeInrentlnn whether aa ,
al When the wind Ix not blowing the Bt,LouU.for .
lap' +Mtl>lr pet.n C :
i cold la emhirible, though fire fur lined a It stop the Cough and heals the ln.gh sent n..trtdtlyi free ulitm n.daal.L airenoT for.enrtu5 NANOB006oo p.t Patent.0e. LOWEST HATES TO :NEW YORK AND ALL POINTS :XORT I.
overcoats are at nil 'ran extraordinary Paienu taker tbro it Mann *
not > Ca. receive
Pneumonia and Including delightful DAYLIGHT
Prevent ConiampUoo. _...., SAIL through the
amount of winter wrap. YOIlweal' Infonniktlon, *oh.dul nap of E"poalUon p>rtil vnho chart, la the

: of course fur boot, fur gloves.fur : IITOUD...,book: of hoists and to byar luithoiue | ILL 0. Tacmmm, of in O*mood 8k, CKleac. Scientific JInicricnn FAMOUS "SEA ISLANDS: .
cap Women have their skirts vriuel "Mr wife had U iripp and It left br A .nd..I. Il1n tnue4 weeklr. T,errs.t .tfmlallon Through ticket oU to all northern
''.'* aoqla ea bar .UakTAB of IfMirnal. 13 points. For fall Information regarding: attraction
rfth a vT lane any K-ivnllda Tvrma. a
and bodlooa lined with fur.. Wildcat
K.: J. WALKER, FU. PASS. Agt I'O&5t''I Roast.. .ar.4 .o.., ..4y." +nths,5 ey.ll IN..ImMra, offered by DO other line; diagrams! reiterTatiD, tickets, etc., apply u>
t being both soft and warm U often td j'Nf&:
very Chattanooga St. Louis Ry. Co ,
l listed for till* purpose It In quite Nashville, Jacksonville, Fla. I I teal Cross Pharmacy. Lt.tah,,'m....cs 3ti9reeoq: I' Ih.o Waeb1Dtl'New AN York ARTHUR W. YEt Passenger Agent 214 West Bay Sreet Jacksonillle Florida. .:

S aatoiiUhlng the partiality for much l lw


L'' ,t y rx

,! ', v LAST COAST; ADVOCATE JUNE 3, 1904. .J! ttu -1


TITUS VI LT. 4-'. >, b OYSTER FARMs: v 1 VERBATIM REPORTING. :. }' oDl'Y" MA Wit. l"A.The .
........- ,
'1'''. Natural mid ArllMvlal B..l. !. I li uxolvva Five Distinct lni..lti>ni ; .: '

Sembler Cottage Raster \'Ira-lal*. sei-erul. i cboioftlHts 0". Mental may Op tlhd.rn uu.lou int..;.., resting X :'mi <

., thousand In 'eastern acres Virginia of oyster there farms are where ''nt.1tI fur investigation In the intellectual Bryn Mawr Hotel : ;

TITUSVILLE. FLORIDA. iii-ocvsoes abut are Involved in rap- ,
oyster are raised! by artificial .
on artificial beds. The natural oyster Id .sh iftlinnd writing. There are at 'J A: ,
Open All the 'Tear. : least Udl.tlnct mental opcuitlmis'cnrtiid "
bed la where the oyster! breeds :
on .continuously duringerlw, ( Absolutely Fireproof. ) j ,,:
mature naturally There are!' thousands I
,,,.. + Good Board and Attention. of acres of such l>..,\s In the tint reporting. First there is the sensation -

Reasonable Rates. Chesapeake bay system of mlt water. of sound received by the ear; secondly ,

In such bed the oysters breed by the there ls the perception by the OPEN JUNK TO OOTOI.KK.tt : For terms.. etc? addressFENN., :'l

+ Two doors from F. E. C. Railway millions, and nti they are too close together bruin of the word uttered practically ',
simultaneous. with the sensation in thocaoe .
there' they cannot nil a '" 'f" ,
p Station TUusvllle. satisfactory growth. It taken when of a distinct! speaker, but often tf I T

small from those natural beds and delayed n largo fraction of a second LELAND': 8TKRUY, Manager.", t'J ,:;: ,.
\ MRS. A. J. &EMBLEK, Proprietress. strewn along on the bottoms where when a preacher "drops his. voice" or V t:

> there are no oysters naturally at the n \,-11111'"'' In court has a foreign accent ,j(.

rate of 000 to 1HX> bushels per acre in the third place, the stenographermust BRYN MAWR, .. eo v-,
JACKSONVILLE.: the consonantal structure! .' .
ann1y .
such young oysters; mature and ripen .. '
-- --- "- -- -
off for the market, some In one and uf all the 1 less common word In the '
the rest In two years '''sentence' nll.oxc\'I\t the stock words CONTEST: ,
There Is a profit In such work when I I I uiul phrases. which lu writes by word

DDYAL HOTEL JACKSONVILLE,, FLA. Intelligently managed of :25:!('\ to 33# per' I|I I sign by u practically automatic Iinblt.Fourth ,

cent. Probably more than lOO.OOO acres i l these relatively uncommon
t". of artificial oyster beds are made to : words must bo put on paper- u'tlillif I 1 o 1 PRIZES offered for

.Ii.. grow an oyster crop In addition to the to the! principles of the system! employ :: the correct solution.
/:, acreage embraced In the natural bed | txl. This. ouq, operation Involves many
Opposite postoffloo. Centrally located. Thoroughly repaired and re The area of artificial beds Is Incroas-i subordinate" and Infinitely swift! efforts = -- r

I lug rapidly each year. of recollection uftHocintlou and decision Tropical Manufacturing; Co., manufacturers of the great health
novated. Newlyfurnished' throughout. Liberally conducted. .. One singular feature about the oyster '- fifth, nil these' mental operations are. Drink METTO will pay all prizes. The contest open to. {
.' In this: They nil look exactly alike earned on while the pen or pencil In All. It's free to You 1
there being no difference between the from two or three words. to an entire
Kates *2.30 per day and up. male and the female externally or In sentence, behind the slwnker--dais... of FIRST PRIZE. '

ternally. In fact, the art of man Is not count In rapid Mpt'lIlt1nJr--thf'l'"b roar 4
To the first one sending In the correct answer we will give beautiful life
B. \V. SPERItT Proprietor. sufficient to distinguish one sex from plU'iitlng the situation by compelling she picture In gilt frame entitled ",>..arlty." I'

'..i another. Another' unique feature In memory to keep puce with attention.In ThU nloture In HMulmlltml, of Motto the Kraut' ho.lih drink
this: The male oyster. "In,." as many other words while the scribe 1 U wblrn lwu ftu "till and contain* nu<'l 01''. or liariiiful lriiK*. t

eggs all the female'"(>'ltlll1 rights. ," we writing the predicate of one sentence Tothenextl: . . . \. . . $1.tioench(
. N. O'NEAL perceive. The eggs of the male are and analysing an unfamiliar word III t ... '" 5. . .If. .1 quart Motto ench +
[ called milt, and the of the female the subject of the next! he Is nt the t' :211. . ,tt,1.2' ; pint' Metto each N N't
h eggs same time giving his auditory attentionto "0. . l\Itltto Ticket eachIT's..YOUI
called An .1It..1
hd are spawn. ordinary I __
'd HAS LEASED TILE full grown oyster Is supposed to lay a the predicate of the second sentence _I a l ''. I then being uttered by the speaker. I l '
million eggs .1 .venr. In spawning season ..., .
the water IH full of these eggs, Till In Impossible to an 11111'alt.mln.1.. PEOPLE ....KNOW. A GOOD ....WHEN THEY.. ....IT ARE ) '1
ARAGON HOTEL and when the milt and the I The avernKt educated person cannot retain "n',, '
spawn USERS OF..IN.... GOOD-.SUMMER.. 1, s
f come In contact and the water Is at the more than perhaps six: or eight .... -Hni- '- '
M- ----- -- -- "I
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. right temperature! life Is Imparted to words of the exact" phraseology of siipenker Cut nut till. Coupon| till In tliu lilmik ,I| : 'fl !

the mU-rotu-ople egg/ and It drops to at one tin", The eoinpvtentitenonrnplier sparaa.l | olio wonl U> Such lilunk s iceAMII. ,... .... .. .. .. ...<..r..t...... ......"
It It open on the American plan. Rates $2.oO day arid: upwards. can hold I.l1p ten. IIfteen,
per the bottom where If it succeeds In the, whole |o ni"ka..n proprlita| cn ""

The When hotel floUlied Is being it thoroughly/ renovated and put in Hrat-ma.t condition. grtiMpliiK/ holJ of something such a.. twenty wortNor oven more In his memory tvnnt) ailvaitwlnii, !M..tto and' nmll to ).. o .. .". ".. ;... ..... ,.,... .. ......
will be second to none In the city. New o evator and while nt the sinne time taxing his. the tItol'ICAL.1'r0. CO., .al. o '
another shell rock
oyster or or or anything
new plumbing; i* being Installed. New and large sample room being added. ... .
Rooms with bath from May let to Yov. 1st, f i per day / to tiling on to. the tiny creaturebegins that mind I'I'Pt."II"4I.-1'ht'Iiy tin net itf "writing',)I'hl1'oduy.the words Juekiioiivili, 14, W, tAil. in.* !Street! rtarlda County* ..... .. .... ...State! ........... ....
to-form Its shell and In a few
--- ---
week becomes. visible to the
l"ye.- More Prosaic Than It aeeme.l. jy llunienibor the IImt 101 curreot rtnuwern rt'oolv..tlltot. the prizes! Sean I In J
WESTMORELAND HOTEL West Bay and Cedar Streets.JACKSONVILLE Country Gentleman.AN .
I Slie' -.What Is your business? He!- your misweis at once to time "

FLA. I'm un Inspector of ruins. She--How
ELEPHANT TRAIT. romantic! HP...Well, hardly. I'm uuInmirnnoe TROPICAL MANUFACTURING CO.;, I .
American plan. Centrally located. Just built and open- Baor ndluster.--Cleveland.. Lender. '14 Went Adams Street, JAUK.SONVIM.K, FLA. .

The Animal Will N' .v.r .. ..... ,
- -- --- ------ ---
ed this season. Fine cooking and good table. Hot and Cold Water Jiijur H..*.0... -

"An elephant never Injures a person
Baths, Elevator, eto. Five minutes from any wharf or depot. All when it Is busy" says an uulmal trainer -

with a big circus. "It may sound a!
street cars pass the door. Rate 2.00 to 2.50 p,r day. ,
strange, but there Is not a case on record
it Mrs. A. j J. WALKER Proprietor. of one getting ugly when It was I Ir Iy
performing or working./ The reason I
\ think in that the elephant Is an animal
of oneIdea-thut is. it can think of
The New Travelers Hotel .
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. only one thing at a time.
"When you put an elephant at workIt .
-On the American and European Plan- gives Its whole attention to its task. '

I Under new management. Newly furnished and renovated. A pleasant Great power of concentration No / o : ;

family home. Rates: American Plan 2.00 and 2.50; European SOcts Just Inability to think of two things at THE 71

; and up. All oars form Union Station atop at the door. once. When it gets busy it takes a lot ) ,
to distract Its attention and it never ,
H. W. HANCOCK, Proprietor.
\ ,
stops to think about a private grievance.
The beautifully located Riverside Hotel at Green Core: Springs, Is under the
If we start a horse or a dog do-
same management
lug a trick we can't leave It for a min
ute or it will loot or stop work altogether

t but It Is different: with an ele-
Ne'W Victoria Cor. Main and Adams Streets, phant. Once get It started either alone

1 or with others, and It will go through
with Its turn without another word. WALTON BLO K ?

-JACKSO VIJLE'S NEW MODERN HOTTIL- It is absorbed In Its work.

Everything new; centrally located; elegant suites with private baths. "That name trult, I take it, Is ,vlmt i
Rates: American $2 to 13; European, rooms 73cts and upwards. makes un elephant such a vicious animal
Special Rates to Commercial Travelers. when It gets ugly. It can think of

'. R. RIXLER Prop. Formerly Prop, River View Hotel. nothing but what has made It angry

pud It will not stop until It has torn

i NEW YORK something to pieces.Oil, yes an elephant '

van carry a grudge. It, never forgets
an Injury and it waits its chance
I .GJ. e.)))
I to get even, but when It is busy It forgets

Hotel Marlborough the tricks that have been played ,

ou It. It is only whenIt has nothing ; ;.
to do thut it gets to brooding over its ,
I' Broadway, 39th and 37th Streeta, NEW YORK. troubles. Human, eh? Well I have /1. ,,';.
I' 400 Rooms. 200 bath rooms. Lighted entirely with electric lIght. Conducted known folk with that sort of disposition.
on American and European plans, and Is managed under the persona ." 1
+ supervision of the owner.

E.. S. CROWELL, Manager. Leap Year Proposal. ...w .
The origin of the peculiar woman's

right of leap ;year Is said to date backto

and -''ht Street the fifth century. St. Bridget so the
Hotel Vendome'Broadway story goes, was troubled because the
women under her charge insisted on '

their rlgbt of proponing to the men. A NEW INVENTION.
FIREPROOF. .TOO rooms single and en suite, with private baths and'tolle Accordingly she went to St. I'atrlck
rooms. EUROPEAN PLAN. Good rooms $1.50(); large; rooms til; and with
bath and The launder the and begged> him to settle! the matter by
private $2.511 per day upwards. management/ pet
sonal supervision of the owner. FRANK GRUEN, Manager fixing certain seasons In which women .

-- .- -- --. --.--- -- -- -- might take the Initiative. St. Patrick Recently Patented all Over the World.
promised' them every' seventh year, but p .'
KIAMKSIIA LAKE' N. V.Kiamesha then pleased by the persuasive eloquence ..;

of St. Bridget, be said they \
f r
should have the longest year la the Thee Walton \r" .

KIAMESHA LAKE, calendar, and that :was every fourth '{ .,
Inn year, wben February had an extra day. I
Self-Locking Tackle Block. '/
NEW VORK. SOl Lone.With ,
respect to the origin of the fa : '
mlllar-parting salute "8o I long there I Made In various *hap". and sixes of '

is that It I Is derived from WOOD IRON and I1KONZE./ Will
This "New Rockledge" of the North, nestles the mountains by the a suggestion ,
the Norwegian' ; "Sou laenge a common work equably well with r<>|", chain or,, .
side of a beautiful lake, 2,000 feet above, Aea level. form of farewell equivalent In wire rope. '' ,, v. '

meaning to "au revolr." and pronounced Will work at bight. upside, down, / t
KzquUlte climate. 411 modern conveniences. Large: airy rooms. like "..0 long" with the! "g" softened. any '
of Norwegians horizontally, or at any angle, and ,will" '
There was a fair number '
Bowling Alleys, Golf and TennU.: nmong the settlers in America stop and lock at any point. :-;; ': .J/ :

to judge by wtu ea. and It Is. quite Invaluable for every kind of bninpa; t ','
Most reasonable likely the was picked np from .aa;. ,,
rate., phrase where a block Is needed frequently saving
them. It U hi general use among the I II I the labor of one man or more.
II. R. SHARES, Proprietor. Dutch In South Africa.-London Globe. '
", Nothing like It for banging or itreteb- A

.- -- The '......... "a.b.r. c Ing wire. T,
"Do you shave yourself sir?" I Addrens all communications to the
"None of business." *
your :
"I was only golnfc to say sir, that I ___ Walt/ n, Self-Locking Block Go. I, ;,
JOB PRINTING its done as well as ally\ protell.fonnlI I sl
could di) It." I I (Incorporated.) I rtr.
I 'A ,
That netted Mm an extra tlp.Cleveland r..
I Office and Wareroom tot' Atlantic .\.e.
1'lalo Denier.!
I t Near Lowe's Wharf Klevatcd: Station, f j II IIp

I Johnny's Pr........... } BOSTON, MASS.
office of the
at the
Executed I "Come, Johnny" coaxed his mother, |

"Too may as well confess that you ate $ 'rn d
the Jam." I I r. f ? Sample Blocks can be seen at the AnVOCATB t at

";o, I wont" blubbered Johnny. ', office. TltnsU1e; sod at th. store I
HAST COAST ADVOCATE PRINTING OFFICE. : "Ill be switched if I do!"-Chicago : ,. u' of S. B. llubbard Jk Co., Jacksonville.
Call sad see tbcio tlock working'





1 .f 11 EAST COAST ADVuUA TE. JUNE 3, 1904. .

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:,'! .!\.fl ,, u/ w SOME FACTS ABOUT THEGUBERNATORIAL. TO -PUBLIC. F.:A, Morgan Proprietor. E. R. BUkewood, Reet.t re.l Druggist i

1'' JEWELERS AND SILVERSMITHS Jacksonville Fla., May 28, 1P04.
: ilyr. 41 West Bay Street, To thf Votrrn of Urmxird County:
1,1, i JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA, CANDIDATES I wish to express to :yon and. to my i
friends throughout all Florida REDPHARMACY
: my profound
ila{ r Largest stock In this section of country appreciation of the splendid support -
_ \ t Established In 1808. given me oa May lOtb, which resulted .

1' ': :!l I r.. Send for descriptive catalogue. In the following vote, falling but TITUaVJJ.LJ!, FLOKID.l.
'j' A Contrast Made Between Robt. W. Davis a little short of a majority over all: i

!' \ -THE- Call. . . . 1,103 Complete Stock of *
.j I I II Jennings . :. 0,215: I
and Napoleon B. Broward Who Are Stockton . 12,771 PURE DRUGS AND DRUGGISTS SUNDRIES. :
} : .. I i; In Duval county, where :Mr. Stocktonand ; fgf Prescriptions Filled With' the :
Now Political Rivals. Utuiost CareandPromptltnde.TKSL *
DAYTONA FLAP I both reside, his vote wa 1,272: ,mine '
,' 2,377, my plurality over him being 1,103: WE WANT YOUR TRADE. GIVE US A TRIAL ORDER *
., 1'-Carry: a full line ofAUTOMOBILES..... and my majority overall 091.: I mention Choice Line of Cigars, z Stationery=; School Supplies, Perfumery: Brushes, .
j\\'I' and 1ltE'i1 WHY DAVIS SHOULD BE NOMINATED ON JUNE 7TH. this a* an answer to the pre-election Toilet Articles, Shoulder Braces, .Fine. Candles, and all other articles kept +
\\1 lJ + statements that Duval, my home count; : by up-to-d"te drug stores :
: ......In "tock. also would not give me her hearty Indorse !IIr: We give prompt and careful attention to all mail orders.
::1 ". MARINE and STATIONARY. GASOLINE ment. ......N.......................N...N....N...N...
'' I do not take to myself: the credit for .
''I+! ENGINES, BECAUSE he I Is a brilliant man and eminently qualified. tbe splendid vole received here, or generally --- -- ----.

': t. DYNAMOS, '. JUECAITSJ2 the methods used against; tim have been demagogic misleadingand In tbe state. I look upon it a* aD dZ : 3R0-
1 t,I'.',.f false. Indorsement honest conservative de. EZ.. se:: .A.:c Y' ,
I MAGNETOS: BECAUSE he will stand for the people every time against corporation, Individuals 'mocracy, and of the coarse of my friend -DEALERS IN- -
..BATTERIES( : s'EVAt'OIUZERS factions or bossism In refraining from the '4. BECAUSE he believe In the enlargement of the power of the Railroad Comrolsslon. intemperate as to excite: enmity aDd GROCERIES, GRAIN AND HAY, AND ALL FOOD PRODUCTS,
SPARK COILS BECAUSE he will guard the Interest of the people !against: greed and avarice hatred Harmony and and division unity In among our party democrats, which We handle PRODUCE of all kind. We are agents for MAPES FERTILIZERS
the above line of and solicit the trade of all .
We deal consumers.
and PLUGS and the public domain against any encroachment whatsoever. has fought: so heroically good government exclusively good
I I Iof all kind and BECAUSE bo stock and has Write us for prices on Grain and all Groceries, delivered at :your station.E. .
are offering them for own no no Interest or employment by any corporation In the gloomiest days of our past
(,'( I and has. not had since 18li.! L. BRADY; BRO, TITUSVILLE FLA.
} sale 1 at..., history, are dear to the hearts of all true
BECAUSE his vote in has been recorded for of the
,'/ congress/ every provision and natrlotla Florldinns. -- ------
IJ: y l.OTTO. ? PE1.XOJDS.: : .. Democratic platform, and his Democracy- I Is without a Claw, taintor In spite of the plurality of 0,151 vote I
I' Independentlsm. Read his record. against him, In spite of the fact that o5liNI w. E.: GOLDSMITH:
tv They have a few bargains In BECAUSE be will use no false Issues to fool the people. votes oast In the primary: Mr ,
t BECAUSE: be Is more ambitious to serve the good people of Florida as Governor Stockton: got but 12,771, he Initials upon
KNOX, for one term than to remain In Congress for the next ten yearn. a second contest shall not complain, -Dealer In- :
BUICK, BECAUSE he carried Broward's own county where he (Broward) I Ie known as I do not wish to return to the Senate STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES HAY GRAIN FRUIT AND !
best, for his home people know that be ba not the qualifications without a majority of the people\ behind ,
WHITE, to be Governor of the great State of Florida. mo. The same loyal activity and Intereu PRODUCE OF ALL KINDS. f
DEMOOY, BECAUSE he marched under the stars and bar In the cause of M.Southland, shown In the first primary will Insure an 'TITUSVILLE :. FLORIDA.
a valiant boy, tired with the patriotism of the land be loves. lIe overwhelming victory in the second. Al) ,.
GRANT-FERRIS, la now a devoted Confederate Veteran. that I ask Is that every voter go to the
MARINE & STANIONARY ENGINES.All BECAUSE he has. always: stood on the side of the masses, and all the falsehoods polls and that no apathy be allowed to INDIAN RIVER ICE
that are Insinuated against him, his record refutes He creep Ih anywhere: along! tbe line.I FACTORY.TITUSVILLE .
Kind of . never betrayed a private or publlo confidence In his life, and his repeat here what I have so often said FLA.
friends defy the world to prove otherwise. before: I am not tbe candidate of any;
LATHE WORK Is prepared to furnish Ice In any quantity--Sacked or loose. Special'atteDtlCD
truer, railroad or corporation, and I wear
Why BrownnI Should Not De'Nominated'June Ttli. paid sacking for Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing Is my motto.T. .
I Speclalty. the collar of no man or set of men
BECAUSE he believes making the State dealer In liquor, advocating a With the record of Congress/ an open T. WETMORE. Proprietor.
I Dispensary Law. Read his Record on tbl*. book, accessible to everyone, it would .- .- .. -
) Write for Price and Term.
BECAUSE no man can be a true advocate of temperance and advocate a Dispensary seem useless to discuss that wanton
System Dispensary Is his pet scheme charge: again and aguln. Nevertheless, I
i -%1.. =a. :I\cSOTX..C: >" ,v.P. BECAUSE Governor Mitchell was compelled to remove him from the office shall point to the fact that questions af MeMurray & Baker
of Sheriff of Duval county. feeling the Interests. of triiHts, railroadsand ,
BECAUSE he wa lu the House of Representatives of UK);)I. Read his record corporallunn, have o.ime repeatedly
and the proceedings< of the Legislature of r.blllrcar: on Unci. grant before Congress, anal l nut n .tine nor i a I
questions railroads and other.thing usolean to mention here, and page of that I ivcurd. shows that I '\'oted 401.414 Kant! Day Str.et, .Jacksonville! Florida.
his Inconsistency. ever In their lioh.ilf, Mint I ever voted I
BECAUSE he made a desperate effort to mislead and fool the people In saying xgalnstthe. principles of democracy or Mnkers: and Jobbers of-
that Uob Davis would give away the people' land, ami ever>body oontkary to thviniHrextii' of the |penile.,
now knows that this wyulJ! be Impossible he was so Inclined.See : M,) that, when It is clurtretl' tlntt I ama
(::: opinion of MaJ. Sr. /lalr-Abram ) candidate of any xptcUl Interest' let Vehicles Harness Carriage and Wagon Material
BECAUSE!: be Is A promoter of a great trust and poses a* a "people' num." the charge be ch tllenitod with the record, ,
which stamps It an wanton and unwar
N ranted. In a word'-KVI.HK., : Saddlery, Rubber Tlies.
BEWARE. I An attempt will be made at the last moment to poison the mind Mr. Stockton, In recent newspaper advertisements
a 1 of the l people by charges against! Ditvl personal charRII ter. While of his O.tndidrtoy for the First-Class, Repairing. Painting Etc. Etc..

he claims no fewer faults. than the majority of his fellowmen, yet second primary, dec!tree thtt the peopleof .-. -- .-- ..- --- --
x his enemies are atteptlng; to spread falsehood among the people, Florida h that do him Injustice. liob Davis doe not fear the truth, but bill lavish use of money. 'This.. one. of his
I v s4rew1tl'a friend Insist nothing but the truth be told. The people must be cbaractetUtlo complain a used upon the THE: SUPPLY COMPANY.Wood .
on guard and rebuke questionable methods. He has no personal occasion of his every defeat for the last
: Fine Liquors Wines Beers attack to make on his opponent. fifteen years. lie insulted the Legislature :
: Ales Stout Etc.S3T"8enJ Startling Facts and .Figures.' of 180! by: charging/ their corruption, Coal Coke Brick Lime Cement
and now he sweeps In the whole people. ,
il; / me :your orders I Davis In his home county received. . . . . ..r, . . 70% votes I say thatthe poopleof Kloildacompilae '!'
4 ,I I TITUSVILLE and COCOA FLORIDA. Browart In Davis' county . . . . .. ,....i.o iv? . 05! vote a cl'lzenshlp as proud as patriotic, aa
honest and Incorruptible as the clllzennnlp -
1,1 I Majororlty\ for Davie In his own county . . ; ;. ; .. .. .'. 710 vote of any state In our Uulon, and J I Vitrified, Paring and Sidewalk Brick....

,, J. L. l\IODLEY Broward In hi. home county. . . . . . . .. . 10(15() vote denounce the statement as an Insult aDd
Davie In Hroward's county . . . . . . ... . 2038 votes a slander, Offices foot ot I/ogan Street, Jacksonville Florida. Telephone No. 262
: f TITUSVILLE FLA. I shall Atrlve to never ranch that degree

., Contracts for,all kind of Painting; Kal- Majority for Davis In Broward'.county .. . . . . U\\);) voles of prejudice which would blind me J. K. MUNNKRLYN: General Manager.

aomlnlng, Staining, KlnUhlntf and Paper Davie In his home precinct (every vote cast). . . ,. . B2 vote 1 to the honesty of our people, eves those -- -. .- --
,, Hanging, at the moat reasonable price Broward Davis' precinct . . . . .-. . . . 00 vctes who happen to differ from ore.-
I wish again to thank the people for Tbe Oldest Established Craln and Seed House the State.
consistent with
good workmanship. Broward In his home precinct.)1\ votes
1,1 I' Davis In Uroward' home precinct . . . . . . . 121:! votes and the splendid I vote them giveI'100 on May lOih,
: All Work on the East Coast pledge to again: my: best efforts
: THEREFORE cast your vote for Robert W. Davis, on June 7th.. In tholr behalf." I shall, endeavor 41 V 'm.: : A. :Sours: : & CO.
Is Especially Solicited to serve all, high and I low, rich and pour,
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with equal tlilellty< and with\ an ever
Lot estimate mo know on what It. you Prompt want attention and get: my belp ready themselve'sympathy: for those who can not GRAIN, HAY, AND GARDEN SEEDS
I given to gall\ work. In conclusion [ ask. all of my ft lend*to

I work earnestly: a victory on June 7tli, "'u... .. Flour, Grits, 'Meal and Fertilizers
and, when the victory Is won, let us forget
William Hindlc,. PROTECTING HIS PROPERTY AGAINST factional lines, let us heal: our little _sP 0MI_ ..- 112 East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. I
differences In the generous spirit that
I i'. '''j; TIN, COPPER AND SHEET IRONWORKER -LOSS BY FI11E fellow democrats: should, and let UII all Agts.; for f unna Feed. Warehouses on tracks of 8. A. L. R'y. and Plant System.
j. bend our shoulders' to the wheel to build _
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Should Insure In the following well- up the prosperity of )<'Klorld.t and to enhance --- -----
Plumbing, Pump Work, Pipe Fitting. known and reliable companies. the happiness of all our people. =---eJiii-c: a
With aisurunoos of high/ esteem.I beg t

GALVANIZED IRON STORAGE Liverpool A London A Globe. to remain, Sincerely your. ,. r ,

9 TANKS MADE TO ORDER. I Northern Assurance Co. JA P .("I.I.\FERn ). : Seed Potatoes. ,: : Ii IiI

Your Patronage Is sSl iclte(1. Drnyliig.Drayingorhauliorn .

COCOA, FLA.i Pennsylvania.! Continental. I" 11
I Hartford. .":tna. ; : nil imlx prompt SPAULDING'S ROSE No. 4 $3.25 Bbl.I I "

Home. Georgia Home. ly wood attended for sale, to.at Moots all tlnifs all lutlns. Stove BLI fSS TRIUMPH . $3.00 to

Stanley Kitching Niagara.< Phenlz. E.: H. H-LTK.V.: Tinisvllle.. HEBRON $2.75"
i Fireman's Fund. Garden and Field Seeds.
( ti -Dealer In- ..
I Norwich Union.RochesterGerman.. I I,. O.A.J.\IIEE1..C: : :: SCCClSD1a.n.: II
I 114 East Bay St.. Jacksonville Fla.I
Tobacco, Pipes, Candle, Fancy China
and Temperance Drinks. son.taHave :

The following brand of cigars delivered Represented by- -----11 tf !ff tta gK E

at *J.2J per box of CO: .:l'2:0rLGcb: : 'W A.LTON", your eves examined: and fitted

llumboldt, Key West Smokers, Premos, TITTSVILLE FLORIDA by the expert.
-H t Ore mo. Cubanas, I'ohalskl. THE ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING OFFICE
flinch Cards, BOo.; Hand Made Palmetto Sole Agents In Brevard County for the ,

( {, Hats, :25c. NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO. Tltuivllte, Florida. . ALL KINDS OF JOB PRINTING .

'', STUART FLORIDA.ft. :=: _'- ...cci --=-_"-- ____ .-___--T---.------- -- -- ---- _h_ - -- --- -- --------------=-- .

Robbins & Graham -Co.- ...................... I CHURCH NOTICES. .

E. Vesey Hall, i There will be preaching ID the Methodist GLOBE ,
la (Inoorporat.) church, Tltusville, next: Sunday w r
PAID UP CAPITAL .25,000.00.: i Georgians, Fla. June 5th, at 11 a. m. and T'M:: p. m. All
are cordially Invited to be preueat. == '='
This company own j; Boat Builder. : : :
I Hey J. B. Hawk will\ preach at City
:Z.I: A T :c S. T ONLY FIRST-CLASS WORK. ; Point on Sunday, June 5th, at 10:10: a. GASOLINE !
X Write for Estimates. m.; and at Eau Gallie\ At 7aO o'clock p.
A the Indian River Country; On the St. m. A hearty welcome extended to all + > a

? Lucle River; at New River and oa Bay .+.+.....*....*...++++ at these services.Archdeacon MARINE; ENGINES
+ B. F. Brown will hold Divine w
Dlacayne. Price to suit the times
{ oJt
service on Sunday next, the 5th o
Send for Land List. instant at St.: 'Mark's church, Cocoa, at t=: Z
10 ::tO a. m. :.50HgG !IJ =1
.,1 Office at Tltusrllle and Miami Fla East Coast Meat Market Also at St. Gabriel church, Tltusvlll', rm.: :1 = .
at 7:30 the same evening.

4 Hodgson 'Bros.P G. P'. DUREN, Agent. Rev It. B. Gibbon will be absent .rt
rs:: from Tltusville from June :Jnt to 14th

P EAU OALLIE INDIAN RIVER FLA. CD <:::::!>. that preaching there at will Apopka be no service and Plymouth m the Baptist E1tt K THE S. B. HHBBARD CO. I I1 I !

Marine Railway. C'-a pa IC:,:&. church until the third Sunday\ of
<::> Jane. Mrs. Gibbons will accompany
General Merchant and Ship Chandler. hint, and attend the Sunday school plo- >
-. '
.Special Facilities.. ag.. nlo to be held at Clay Springs .A.GE1TTsj. j; .f:

For Hauling Out Storing and Repairing .
Jacksonville .
i al, YaohU and Launches. Cleaning and Pressing.! Florida.
); T IfMtloo the jlDVOOAlB when writing W_. -U2cI I.::
a All work done up-to-date. Call and
f ?- OLD NEWSPAPERS For Sale, s- a see me. Andrew Gibson, at the Parlor WRITE FOR CATALOG AND PRICES.
Cheap, at this o !oe. TITUSVILLE FLORIDA. Barber Shop on Washington avenne.