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Title: East Coast advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: June 17, 1904
Publication Date: -1891
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOL. as. NO. 17. TITUSVILLE. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. JUNK 17. 1OO4 PRICE, 5o.
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LOCAL NEWS -:Mr. Robt. L. Motlow, left here Sunday Special Mid-Summer Sale. -Mr. D. G. BEAUTIFUL FLOWER. TITUSVILLE TOWN COUNCIL.. ?

for Mulberry, Tenn., to join his town this week, -

And Topic of General Interest family. MEN'S TWO-PIECE B A T III N C who Is still attention of an ADVOCATE. re Tltusvllle Fla., June itth.: d

-Mrs. C. P. Fischer will leave on Sat Suits, special 1.00 per suit ; all size. Owing to the was attracted by a number of pun Tltusvllle'a Board of Aldermen met at i '

SCREVEN DRAWERS, elastic seam, the of the roxl the Council Chambers In regular' icnnlon
THE ADVOCATE, urday for a week's visit with Mrs. C. S. deacon Brown, { nt corner )
,$1.50 per annum In advance. Schuyler at Jensen.Mliis'Esther special loots( ; all slzea.WIIITELISLE St. Gabriel's of Mrs. C. F Fischer, In Jhe twl this evening at eight o'clock p. m., with i

1.00 six months, UNDERSHIRTS, .. \ last Sunday evening, and, upon lit the following members present: John It.
2.00 per an. to foreign countries. Lowry w leave today worth Oficts; Monday's special 4f>ots. Messrs. E. L. .. found that Mrs. Fischer was Walker, chairman; F. A. Morgan antI P.

jy Reading notice ads. are ten cents (Friday) for Monroe' N. C., on a visit MEN'S WHITE CANVASS OXfords had the sheaf at ud possessor of two. mast boautl, J, Hall; with R. R. Pyles clerk ; and

per line on this page. relatives for several months.Mr. Goodyear weir, special 91.50. extended further on a cactus plant All va Van '1'. WorUy marshal.

When you subscribe for the ADVO- W. A', Farmer, of Fort Pierce All mall orders promptly filled for any more wagons. of cacti do well In Florid" and, The minute of the last regular meat-

OATS. by the year, It does not cost you the defeated candidate for Tax: Assessor of the above good -After spending ( It takes a long time for them Ing were read and approved.

three cents per week, postage included., of Brevard county, was In town on Mon- JULIUS KLINE, with his family, \ to the bloom Inn ago, one la well 'I The Marshal. and Clerk made their, ,

-Attorney Jan Andrews? of Fort day. Tltusvllle Fla. turned to Miami the trouble and waiting by the regular monthly report.

ing. lowers they produce The Clerk and, Treasurer's report for
Pierce was in town on Monday
Mr. and Mrs. A. MoF. Porter and
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-Mr. Robt G. Hardee, of Sebastian, -1\(1'\( K. B. Jt May was a follows:
-Mr. ,W. R. Hardee a well-known family of Daytona write us that theyare
was In Titusvllle on Monday.The chairman of : OF EASTERN STAR Balance on hand May 1, 1001, $ 1 00.
pineapple grower, of Jensen spent Monday enjoying a visit to Dahlanega Oa., Executive :Fines coll. In Mayor's Court, It) 00
in town. where the ADVOCATE follows. dance In the Opera bouse,'fI- Cash on hand June 1, 11)0-1) 20! ( (00) ll ,
canvass of votes In ) Chapter No. 11 will hold a ,
tusvllle, on Wednesday night, was fairly The following bills were, audited and
-Capt. Wm. II. Sharpe of City Point, -:Mr.: John R. Walker has had the carpenters well attended.Mr. tusvllle, on on Tuesday next, June 21st, In i ordered paid:

member of Brevard Democratic Executive : at work on his prap.rtyln North Lodge-room, Indian Rive K. L. Brady Bro., horse feed, 0 01
and Mrs.
Committee, was In town on Monday. Titusvllle, formerly owned by Mr. J. P. Lesuer Gaulden has gone to the -Mr, Tltusvllle at 7:10:!< o'clock p. m Ind. Idly, $: Ilk., Int. on war., H HI\
mountains of Maine, on a outIng tea last Saturday D Kettles, work on wagon (15( :
Turner. A couple of coats of paint will camping Tlieio will\ be special business to
-Col. and Mrs. C. T. McCoy have just I and In Miss Brady, who .llmmorson, hauling rook, .175:
the Fall he will enter Yale
received neatly two carloads of furniture entirely alter' its present appearance. departure for to, nnd all members .are requested F.luolilo l., Co.,lighting strts, 75 00

from their former home In Philadelphia, -Mr. P. A. McMillan Miss C. Mc University.Mr. of several months prvneut. Van T. Worley, salary, May, 50( (00) '

and It U being placed In their lovely new Millan and Mr. E. A. M. Stewart, of Eau _- John Hiyer, one of New York's friends. I I 11.? It.?Pyl ?s elk.sanatory, salary, May. ., ;a0 5 00 00 i

home at Sunbeam In the suburbs of TI- Gallic) were In town on Monday :Mr. popular commercial travelers, was In -Cnpt. J. O. W. 8. Rranninir, Ladder ol the Jake KilwanlH' work on strt., :2 OO

tusville. McMillan Is the successful candidate for town on :Monday and Tiienday, on his Walton .\ River State ilnnk Tltusvllle left' r."uls Wise ? ? 1 :25:

the office of Tax: Alillcaltor for Brevard! way to vailous point south, us far as Saturday t>n a short vacation .llmmerson, hauling! shell,. 700a
-M. J. B. Ccnrad, one of the members has had the orange G. A. Front, office rent. 00
Miami and Key West with relative In Jacksonville,
of the E. O. L. & S. Co of Glen County. South TltUKvllle Jake Edward, woik on sins, :3 25
Cove Spring.* and Mlddleburg. At
wood, was a passenger on Tueadaj's =Miss Zmdle Stewart delightfully SEND YOUR MACHINE\ WORK AND fertilized this -
en. place he .attended the wedding Total, , $106.42
train, en route to Eau Oallie. 11& returned tertained the Progressive Club at her' orders for Hardware" Building Material the orange( grove of I "
alriter-ln-law !Ml Ch hiker
Ruby
** There being no further business, the
to Wednesday, and home on Washington( avenue, Monday Etc., to The Gen. II. Fernald the work very '
1 urled' to Mr, Kttgtntld Ilitd-. meeting adjourned to meet July Btb,
lett for Osteen yesterday.At Hardware Co., Sanford, Fla.;
afternoon. The feature of the afternoon
_The work of Spartanburg, N. O. The nuptual 1IMM\) the same' being the first Tuesday! ,
the ereventh annual conventionof was conundrums. Delicious refreshments -:\ '. J. R. Parrott, Mr. J. P. Beck. our' road Is ttill tied on Sunday' last. Mr. Bran. In July.

the Florida Bankers' Association, of peach ice cream and cake were with and )fl''. R. T. Goff, officials of the siiperlntendenoy of i here on Tuesday night, R. It. I'YLICS,

held at the Continental hotel, Atlantic served. F. E. O. Ry., paused through Tltusvllle, little attention to i ( Mrs. (running with her mother, City: Clerk and Treas.

Beach. Mr. E. C. Rumph cashier of the -Any church young people's society, Wednesday, on a special train, bound street would also I for' a while longer

First National Bank of Miami, WAS elected Sunday school, or any Interested person south as far as Miami and Cutler, on an deMrtiinn, who .. D. N. Cone accompanied 1 by; DEATH OF MRS. STEVENS.
second vice-president of the above wishing information In regard to Inpectlon of the railroad and other pro- pools of water durl I --
any Dr. D. N. Cone, of Benton, Fla.,
association. Mr. Rumph was a former the Aoti-Profanity Society, can gain it perty. Ir. and Mrs. \ I here, Friday last, on account of We are pained to chronicle the death

popular school boy of Tltusvllle. by writing either to Rev. Roland D. -The ADVOCATE( returns thanks to Huntington, West .. of Mr. D. W, Monroe, Mrs. I of Mrs. M. !C. Steven at tbehome, of her s 11;

-The schooner-yacht Carib, owned Sawyer, Hanson Mass\ or F. Turner, Mrs. Gao ft[. Robbins for a basket of winter her, still son-in-law( A trained nurse also son.In.lawJbdeD.L.Gaulden. In De-

by Captain Halgb, of Cat Key, Bahamas, Eau Oallie, Fla. delicious peaches, grown In her own gar vllle Mends! Sunday, and another yesterday: Land oo Monday June 13th.

is In port and will sail tomorrow for her' -In coo"oquenceof the death of Judge den In South Titusvllle. When such fine and sent little. ) Luke's hospital, Jacksonville. In 18HJ: she came to Indian River and

home port. Captain Haigh came over Gaulden's mother-in-law, he has been In peaches as these can be grown In town ADVOCATE editor after Mr.' Monroe : so he la ic- built t a vary lovely home at Tropic, and

to bring Captain Lund of Coooauut DeLand with his family nearly! all. the It Is strange our residents do not plant Fans front Mr. and /( excellent attention. Mr. Moo lived there until her'only child Helen E., t

Grove. who has been on a visit to, him at week but returned to Tltusvllle on more peach t.reellin their yards. -The prospects In sic] turpentine camp, was. married to Judge Gaulden, and from I

Cat Key. The Carib was built here and Wednesday night. A report of the -Mrs. E. B. Wager and Masters Ryals East Coast" No, mal kept him continually on the move then until her death made her home with
designed by Commodore Monroe, of Cocoanut night and day and the drink- them In Tltusvllle and Do Land.
wlllbe found
death of Mrs. Stevens In and Reginald Wager left here, Tuesday, this summer. We ;
Grove. She Is a splendid and another column. for Jacksonville, and from the metropolis School Board' will bad water In the woods, Is thought Slio was 111 only a few day and diedat

substantial craft.-Miami Metropolis, of Florida they bled themselves. oft to bill for all the been the cause of an attack of tbe age of of 7:'l years from valvular
-Attorney O. A. Worley, of Miami,
trouble of the heart
June 10th. This will : fever, from which we hope he
the World's Fair' at Ht. Louis with the county.
Cockrell
who with Attorney was arguingthe
Mrs. Steven was the widow pf Marens -. _
-:Mrs. S. E. Barbour, owner ,of a Miami bay front case before JudgeM. members of the Florida Press Associa ritnsvllle' as well recover.
Stevens: of Detroit, and the daughterof
beautiful winter home at Eau Oallie has tion. the East Coast. L. I'. Deesz Wednes
S. Jones at TItuHvllle, for a few days, on Col. Arthur Erwin of Painted Post,
left her summer home at Verona, N. Y., left for Jacksonville on Monday. Mr. tlculars next week. the unpleasant news from
WHEN YOU WISII TO DRIVE, call N. Y, an old and distinguished familyof
to spend several months In England and Worley returned to Tltusvllle on Wednesday upon the Tltusvllle Livery, at rear of Master Rufus that his floe residence, that. state.
Scotland. She sailed from New York on leaving for home the barn and all out-bouses at Ful.
morning, Robblns' law office; for a stylish, up. tome on Friday I'A She was a lovely, cultured, woman and
Wednesday,accompanied by Mrs. Friend same nfgl!, t. to-date rig. Leave your order for to the World's Fair Y., had been swept away by fire, made a host of friends, who will join u.In .
who Is also well known to many residents Is. supposed to have" originated In
-Miss Maggie Collins returned home all kinds of double and single hauling. ports a very extending kind sympathy to Judge
on Indian River Mrs. Barbour formerly Feed and sale stable many sliihu, with from some unknown' 01111... The *
Saturday, from Miami, where she wan on a specialty.J. and Mrs Gaulden and her two grand.
resided at Patterson, N. J., where her hoisas and .
'addition. Itufus carriages were
M. OSHAN Tltusvllle Fla.
the staff of typewriters sod stenographers children, LeMueiirand: Erwlnna Gaulden.
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family owns big thread mills The! ADVOCATE Fair grounds, and !, The house was. a 1 '-rtm one, ,
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at the Fort Dallas National Bank for.
and
Mr. Mrs. Cbas.B.1 Jefferson who
: follows to Broadstone Castle count of what he <)(1 on Mr. Deng's farm of CO acres.
some time past Intended sailing for New York last Sun MASONIC MEETING.Last .
Scotland. ..'" his lose. at 'tJO"O.) It was
-Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Brady and son, day, are no much pleased with the pleasant -Misses for fl.WtO.) Mr. Dees will -
Special Sale, Monday June !20th, weather. we are having, that they, left Tltusvllle on Friday evening Indian River
I'arkhurst, who have been In the mountains ) leave for home In a day or so,
J. It..Walker & Co. of Tennessee for several week., returned have decided to remain at West Palm sonville where they as he can get relieved from his Lodge No. 90, F. A A. M., held a meet-
and Mrs' J. I'. In the Lodge-room at the Indian
Beach[ until tomorrow InK
or Sunday. OnWednesday
home rather hurriedly on Wed oo the Tltuvllle j Huoford< branch.
Scotch Lawns, aJ| variety of path me, nesday night owing to the illness. 61 Mr. next they will board the spend the Tftusvllle friends regret to Hirer hotel, Tltusvllle, when, among

worth Go per yd, at 5c.FlorentineBatlaUe Brady, who has not being very well since Clyde steamer Apache, and hie themselves .. while Miss his loss. other business, W. D. Benton was' raised

a variety of patterns his absence from Tltusville.! He Is gladto off to New York, Boston, and Joined by her Van to the degree of Master Mason.. The
J. D. Deman
worth So for president was a little fractious oo this occasion -
per yd, at Go. be at home again. Mr. and :Mrs. Sapdwlch, Mass the 1st pro]( goat
First National Bank Delaware
Wool Cot Suiting, variety of patterns, Messrs.. Leon and owing to having been penned In for
BrAdy left their son, Lauranoe at school
wortVCOo per yd, at -I2o. -Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Randall who us as follows! "Please find some time; but our city .Jltor-wlao gota
In Tennessee have, been spending IOnS time lit Virginia -Miss. Daisy check for the ADvocATe,
newsy windowIn
Pineapple Zephyrs, variety of patterns, glimpse of the fun through a
worth 25o per yd, at lOo -Mr. and Mrs. Fred K. Colby, ownersof Beach Va., are now at the famous day, for the home year.' Unfortunately I came the roof-Doted that Mr. Benton wasa
nice little winter home and at New" Ocean House, Swampscott' Mass., and sister, Mr and from Koukledge too soon. Since all
Woven :Madras, all shades, worth 200 a :yacht pretty good rider, and tbe goat pad
managed by those popular and well- of Max: n, N. C., Land of Sunshine I have been
still
per yd at 160.Paplalne Eau Oallie, are at Macataws Mich., It could do to torow him over his head.
known hotel men-Messrs. Amslle Aftrabow. several week. anowstormscold and
tell th, rains
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De Sole, all shades, worth 30c but they us they are countingthe very --
per yd at 21 c. months that will pass and find them Mr. Randall's many Indian above party will weather. We had two weeks In CARD THANKS., '
friends' missed him last winter since for a while, and ] the Next
Silk Tissue all shades, worth OOo per on Indian, River, enjoying life oo board we never saw son. -
yd, at 43c. the Pinta. Mr. and Mrs Colby says: its marriage; but we hope he will bring/ to leave for the shall stay at Kockledge longer- .Editor East Coon .A llloeat' t
e Having enjoyed nine successive winters his charming young bride down here Louis. Miss the hotel do clove and I have to
17 yd* soft finish unbleached Domestic Dear Sir-Allow me through the medium
next season. The pink follows to away about four cattish." The Judge' who ha
this sale for 1. In Florida, you can easily realize the Im paper a
only, of your paper to thank my many
which the pretty little and popular seaside resort home at Rockledge might
portance of the ADVOCATE, comes -Mrs. M. A. ,
Corset worth OOo at 41c; P-Z, N-C and friends for their support on June 7tb.
Beauty, all good. to: hand regularly every week." Mr. of Swampscott. Miss Edna Berge, here until now with com Respectfully yours,

Any bat tor ladle or children in stockat Colby owns the "Seven Gables" at Macatawa. Mr. C. L. Berge, we have had very few hot days P. A. McMu.r.AW.

first cost. ', OarUner'ft Flyer 10 Tltusvllle, with and comparatively no mo*

Full and complete line of Shoes the New York on _
We Have Them.Pt. To Orange O rower*.
well known and popular line, :Roberta, BAREFOOT Sandals, Misses Child- covering g'.ttW! Rabbits and Wheel.. -

Johnson A Rand Shoe Co. "Star Brand ren's $1 up. Washing Blocks,saves the Ht. Louis, Under our plan. we can save you money

f Shoes are better." Mason Fruit Jars, 1 doz. 65 cents '. hands 25c. Ladles Black Waist .seta Diego, San 00 your CITRUS TREES:: with tbe best

Oar Furniture line is complete. We Qt. Mason Fruit Jars, 1 do,. 73 cents 60o, OOo. Men's Extra: Long Suspenders, Seattle, St. Paul, sale, beautiful snow-white Rab reputation behind them, a.. a guarantee
O. K. Prince Stove 94.00 places of note. ; ; crossed; pure stock; and love
meet all com petitioned pay the freight 39c. Red, White and Bins Bunting, 01 their being true to name, np to site,
W. offer for Monday only, ros SPOT O. K. Queen Stove $10.00 nags, eta Furniture, pry Goods, Shoes. many friends along J aDd clean, healthy and well rooted.

4 CASH. the Handsome Lady's Dressing JAMES" PBITCHARD 4 $ox. CHAS. A. GAKDXCB, Tltusvllle Fla. will wish them a ODe Walt bam Wheel, nearly new. Oar tree are grown oo high, pine

Stand, In the large show window, at wheel at half price. and, and are suitable for transplanting
\ Doors and Window Screen*. lilackAmlth .., "F," care ADvocATe,
$27.000. Price, $30.00. Pineapple Shedding.We Into any kind of soil. We have over
Tltusvllle
Mall orders for any of the above goods Blacksmith and Fla. 100,000 buds la stock, and will give you

at: the aame prices. We make the best-the kind that: A6 are now prepared to deliver Cypress a liberal discount on order for fall

We are giving away, each month, a not sag. They are covered with screen Lath at $2.60 per 1,000; and pocky class Works style.and Horse nerr'' era tor. planting. There I lit nothing so good a*

Dinner Set of 42 pieces; well worth wire, made by the Clinton Wire Cloth heart Cyprus Lumber, random or special : our CONNER'S. PROLIFIC GRAPE'

1000. Aak for tickets. Company, makers of the beat wire; lengths, at $15.00 per 1.000 feet deliver Cantaloupe or or Exchange] ,.for smaller size, FRUIT.

Our aim Is to please you. Our motto Green, Galvanized or Pompellan Bronze. ed at all points between Fort Pierce and Refrigerator,, 48x54x20: In- Write for our New Catalogue which

"One price to all, and that the lowest"' The beet .Is the cheapest even If It: costs and Stuart, Inclusive. Points south of Carload loU will ; new', perfect order, cost will t be ready for delivery early In June.

Tour to serve, a little more. Stuart: slightly higher. notice. Price : sell for $40.: Tee OCXLAWAHA. NUBABBIEA. t

JOHX R. WAUCEB. : : A Co., East Coast Lumber A Supply Co., East Coast Lumber A Supply Co., HAsriiios ( G. F. PADDISOJT, (0. W. Conner, Proprietor,)

Tltns ville, Fla. 15-4... Ean Gallle, Fla. 13-4w Eats Oallie, Fla. IStf Eau GaJUe Fla. tf Tangerine, Fla.



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N'j k A Horse Wltl..b ThovtfM.Intunce I AM Is>.te>restlac- Centenary.Two I YOUR DAILY ,MEALS The Mortality of Humorists.Tb Over-Work Weakens 1

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24th of
hundred ., the
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of grout Intelligence I ....... .. B.. aaIWk.a Your Kidneys.
_j E I Corn bow are almost as numerous as the April wag started the Unit newspaper A Little on.. KM What It. peen waking some luijulrles Into the

: horses tluiuwlven. but there<< are few regularly& printed on American soil. 11.. mortality of humorists which are bf Unhealthy KMneys Make Impure Blood.
If cat a hearty dinner at the close .
I must have a sufficient supply ofPotash which make prettier stories than this, was the News Letter of Boston, which I you passliiK IntereHt. It bus not gone Into .
d of each day's work a dinner made up
- relate I In Lu Nature by a I'arlslnn. was published weekly, from Its first i of food elements which have a chance the subject from the standpoint of tbe All tha blood In your body passes through

At \1 11<"'11 lIeli. In my childhood be appearance In 1104 until 1770. This to build up the body during the nlght'i actuary for the term "mortality" aa your kidneys once every three minutes
The
writes., lilY father had two while spirited dipt newspaper In the English colonies, rest then you should eat a Hgb) breakfast employed In that connection! weans d blood kidneys purifiers? ,are they your fitter -
one
blood. One
of line day .
borw-M between the forerunner.and parent of a periodIcal I so that your new energy may go nothing more thUD the extinction of t j out the waste or

in order to develop into a crop. of them rriinvlle. was punting sister press which tuduy .hi without a Into your morning's work Instead of reputation aa Indicated l>y the cessation Impurities fn the blood
with little'
No amount of PhosphoricAcid on her two buck walls the child slipped my and rolled lira I' on the surface of the globe was being all used up In .dlgeetJn your of the demand for Uii'lr work. of If order they,are they sick fall or to out do

or Nitrogen can compensate between the horse's" feet. put together 1 by John Campbell, the morning meal. Tbe deduction. In brief la that this '._'e their work.
But If have not eaten tbe
', for a lack of potash in Prunelle stoppitl Instantly and held postmaster of Bonton. It became a quantity you and kind of food for dinner proper mortality la remarkably high. Pains aches and rheumatism -

I' one hind foot In air. She seemed to power. Cenjamln llurrln. and Richard An after dinner twlt. as be goes these come from excess -
fertilizers fur must eat a hearty breakfast or
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tear to lower that| foot lent she should Pierce had Indeed printed one' copy ofa i else feel fulnt from undernourishment.You days will I last you two seasons-not blood duo unto; to acid In the

grain and all top on the child. There was no room 1COO three at tbe most. At tbe explnvtlon neglected
newspaper 111 Boston us early as should not eat meat for break over kidney trouble.

l other crops). for the home to turn nor for a man to but It struck the stern Authorities of fast; for meat should only be eaten at of that period unless. be have some Kidney trouble causes quick or unsteady

puss In. withlifted the time aa n thing' altogether too unUHiinl a time when complete: rest can be other special quality such aa eligibility heart beats, and makes ,ono feel as though
W. thalt b. ldlo In that uncomfortable position If feel need of meat they had heart trouble, because the heart Is
f however the horse stood to be endured, and they Instantly taken. you the to commend him he will cease to In thick
lend free to foot over-working pumping kidney-
I. .farmerourhulebuokwhkhcontuhn any patiently while an attendant' crawled upnrt-Htied. It. The provincial government eat eggs Instead or nuts. be annoyed by a flood of Invitations. poisoned blood through veins and arteries.

viilu- between her forefeet and rescued the of fourteen years Inter was more You should" eat a well cooked cereal Aa tor the writer of humorous books It used to be considered that only urinary

., able Informal ion child. liberal, and the News Letter was allowed but know this: The cereals which can uud articled his vogue la somewhat troubles were to be traced to the kidneys,
{ 1- abowwilculture. be cooked In three minutes are hardly but now modern science proves that nearly'
Jj, to appear. worth the eating' because they bave so more long lived probably because ot all constitutional diseases hava their' beginning

OE MAN KALI WORKS Opaao John Campbell who started this first little nourishment In them. Oatmeal the larger audience' that be ban to In kidney trouble.

} a 93 Nissan St.. N.w York. Cures a cold In 2.& liou,.. Coughs, Boston! ;paper, was a canny and very that bus been cooked several hour Is reach mid surfeit but It la still all too 1 If you are sick you can make no mistake

bronchitis, catarrh, la grippe, neuralgia reputable Scot, who hnd( the confidenceof very good. Half cooked oatmeal Is so short from the (point of view of the!' by first doctoring your kidneys. The mild
and headache, together with all fevellab and the extraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer's
otflclal and Puritan alike food that It Is almost a poison. himself. to the
conditions of the system. They gently royal poor buuiorlst According Swamp-Root, ti.e great kidney remedy la

: Free and open the bowels without griping, set on Printer, editor postmaster and Justiceof Cornmeal must also be well cooked, 'too (Pout us soon aa an original turn uiunl soon realized. It stands the highest for Its

the liver tone up the system and cause tile peace his life ran a smooth If It Is to do Ita best work for the human feats Itself ute syndicates papers und wonderful cures of the most\ distressing cases

j.. Accepted ( Masons.! colds, fevers and headache to disappear course. Probably be did not know I body-and soul. magazines are upon the novelty and and Is sold on Its merits "'
like maglo. They do not cause the ringing I And If you will eat bread for breakfast by all druggists fifty-,
11 In the head. Price 21C.; at Red Cross what a revolutionary monster he was eat the German cwleback, crisp the temptation' to "write himself to centandonedollarelINi''

\ Pharmacy, TltusvIHe.An unchaining when he started the first. rolls or brown toast Hot bread and dregs"" ; Is overwhelming. In a surprisingly es. You may have a

i idlan No. 00TltusTine American newspaper lie did not know : cake clog your system and will make short time tbe public bag taken sample bottle by mall Home of .......P-Root. S I

AdlremiMlc ThUf. bow many social and political traditions you cross and uncomfortable before bla! measure digested his Jokes and free also pamphlet telling you how ta find tout
River At a certain Adirondack cottage last If you have kidney or bladder trouble. '
and conventions tbe he
engine I noon. shown symptom of surfeit. With the
I Mention this when writing Dr. Kilmer
N I Lodge. rWFlorida.. season something disturbed things frequently had created would play mischief with. Coffee could be a healthful drink If It older humorist it was different The & Co., Binghamton paper N.Y., ,
A Jar of butter set under the
Ii made and not boiled until t'
If he could have had vision of were properly
Hold IU meeting the Moond and fourth Friday a some making of a reputation was a slower
or each month, a* their room, Indian lllver house to keep cool was broken Into; of the of the News it Is bitter with tannin. Clear coffee 1.1
Hotel,Tlcua 'Ilia, at T do o'clock p. m. a tub of beet In process of corning waa successors Letter one cup of It, may have no ill effects process, years along required for an GENERAL DIRECTORY. F Fe ,

T. H. Hanrlar*, Wornhlpful/ 'Master.F. robbed: a Jar of suet on the back perhaps be never would bave started It. on your nerves. Coffee with apprl'clatlon'of them to percolate ;.

M.. A.8. rUm Morgan.,Junior Senior Warden.J. Warden. pluxr.li Was tipped over broken and He had fairly prompt Imitators. Tbe cream one cup or two cups. will make through: their Inimeime audience because U. 8. SENATORS.J. I

M. Dlion, Trtanurer.J. some of the fat eaten and many otherdepredations periodical prena grew like I a rolling blllouH. of the more limited chunueU a.their P.-rallaferro..... ........... ...Jackxinvllle.. /
H. Walker Secretary of like character snowball. The Boston Gazette you 8. K. Mallory ... ......... ... ... ..leiiiuux. i
Black.Chaplain.r were cameout But. whatever else you eat or drink diMDOHul. And tills reputation i I

R., R.its.Mini Taylor. Junior Senior IMaonn.C. Ueaoon.. committed. Several'\ times the robber In 1710 the American-Weekly Mer- eat fruit and a great deal of fruit for once ".established for the name reason Robert W. Davis U. H ..CONGRESSMEN.... .. ........,. .Palatka.

H. Walton, Senior Steward. had been seen In the evening by ladles curie In Philadelphia In tbe game year breakfast If you want a fruit tonic was not subject to tbe sudden decline H. ;M. 81.ar..n..n.| .... ............. Tainpa.
c A. A. Stewart, Junior BMward.P. of the family and to them he looked and half wm..II.LaID..r..t.. ..... ...Momlcef.o.
and tbe "New York Gazette 'In 1725. drink the Juice of an orange
p W.RnberMTyler. so painful to tbe celebrities of tbe present U. 8. LAND OFFICE.
r. M. Wooun.Manual. ao big that the male contingent determined a lemon. If want fruit for a food
}11'4 the thief and Franklin started his Philadelphia paper you day.The H. 8. (Chubtt .. .. ....... ....... .... ....Reizl"u>r.
to watch for stop the Pennsylvania Gazette In 1728. eat apple or bananas. Or If these do W. O. llohiiiiMMi,... .. .. .. ...Receiver.
r his thieving. Opportunity ciime one not agree with you eat apple sauce Post does pot express an opinion Offices at Gainesville, Florida.

The Church ami Divorce. moonlit night. These! and many others were weekly. cooked prunes, cooked canned fruit. aa to whether this high mortality FLORIDA LEGISLATURE.

For luuuy yearn there bin been a Seen through: a window and stretched The head of the American people were among present day humorists Is a E. N. lilnilnk'& Henrh,.... ... .....Renawr.W. .

rowing note of iilurm and oppositionno over n pull In {tilt* .shadow the animal not made to swim with a dally paper Are made from tbe fresh California thing to be'r..grettt'd or approved. Different H.Junes,:'rtmsvimle.Representative.EXECUTIVE. DEI'ARTMENT. .

the part of Christian denomination I looked big lid a bait bushel. But until the General Advertiser began to fruit lined all over the laud to cool and : people will of course take dlfforent -. Win. B.! .'enn I mn., . .... .. .. .. tlovei nor.,
occasioned the lit the I be could l not be shot Just there and so be IlIlIu..ln. Philadelphia In 1784. The refresh the stomach and Intestines, and H. Clay Crawford..?...,.....Secretary of State.
by rapid growth In to keep the bowels active. '1 be most : views of the matter. Some of W. V. Know .. .... .. . .. .... Treasurer..lainx .
b number of divorce Tlilit uuttigonlstnU the broken Jar of suet was placed fairly Intelligent gentlemen who freed delicate Invalid take these wafers them with much show of reason will .,, \liltlM ld.... .. .... Attorne). the moonlight In range of an open" can W. N. Blieats.. .. ...Rupt. I'uMlo Instruction.H .
the American colonies had do
now taking organic fonu. At H recent to It for const I pa tl. n. Indigestion and all liver be luylitted to think that any lease of E. Mct.in..CmundeeluuerAgrlcnlture.
window amid gun In band the avenger ..... .. ....... Cum 'troller.
church conference on divorce held without the help of even one dally. and bowel troubles, without fear of humorists Aloneo C. (Croom
life the of this time.
Y waited. lie did not bave to wait long. among J.Clifford R. Vosteq..Adlutau" - I In St. Bartholomew's pariah house It la fitting that American newspapers llplng I or pain. They act gently but however short It be 1s tribute to the John lira ifurd.. ....... ...aurve nr-l leiieml.K. .
und with a
Quietly great dignity, as should tribute John surely stimulate dlgi-stlon and hasten K.:: Rose, ....... .... ......... State Chamlst.OIHoen .
New York ten Protestant bodies were though, entirely within his rights. Mr. pay a to the passage and absorption of food, refieshlng elf restraint nUll respect fot the law << at Tallahassee, Florid

represented and Archbishop barley of Coon came out of the woods again- Campbell who though not the "fatherof the whole, body. 100 wafers 25o.>> which Is a fundamental quality of tbe SUPREME COURT JUDGES

tho Roman Catholic church wrote a right! along the path to the bouao-ant] his country." Is the paternal ancestor Ked Cross Pharmacy. American character Ou the other M. H. M Ibry.... .. .. .... .. ..Chief .'"8tIL'8.
F. B.Tarter. ...:.. ... .: Associate Juatiue.n. .
letter declaring bU sympathy with the topped to regale himself with tile suet, of a very considerable slice band lucre IK doubtless u class of F. Taylor. .. .. .. .. .. .. .... .. "
ao easily found In Its new place. Account thereof. RAILROAD COMMISSIONERSJefTemnn
objects of the gathering. The discussion w large Iieurted. generous souls who believe
when the shot ... Key West.K. .
were squared K. Browne chairman
of divorce problems by the ministers that the humorists of today are mli-oii Burr.. ... ... ... .. ......M tile River.J. .
present led to the expression of gun spoke.-Forest and Stream.Ilonormoun Individual Initiative. M. Itryan,. .. . .. . .. .. ..KlMliuoira.R. ..
nut ua unalloyed evil and are entitledto C. Dunn, Clark .... .... .. .. ...Madison.. .
many different views, but unity of action Hlnta. The case of Ben \Vlnchell.. who live and move and have their being Hea"cln..rtel'tl. and offices at Tallahassee. Fla.

was secured In the adoption>> of thefollowing rose from the position of water boy to CIRCUIT COURT.
: Do'not forget little wife,to pnck up exempt from persecution This how
the presidency of the Rock Island rail! Minor 8. Jones TltuavllleCironit Judge,
resolution: a goodly store of books and work as ever. Is a mooted question and should J. l>. Keen. (irlsnrto.Pnwecutlnr Attorney
road. Is one of tile latest examples that J In Marrh.
well pretty trousseau. ftrliiff| : Term-Fourth Monday
; That In recognition of the comity which ns your not be passed upon prematurely Let fall ferui Fourth Monday October.ISRKVARD .
M e should exUt between Christian churches Do not, because It Is Just for once should be an Inspiration to all young -
us not Judge the unhappy humorist too
It Is desirable and would tend to Increase COliAlY COURT'
In lives spend more thrin men. Whatever the change of Indus
the eplrlt of unity for each church represented your yon hastily nor too harshly. A. D. Penney,.. .. .\. .. ... .. .... County. Judge.
In the conference to 'advlie and. If ought to either on the trip or for Incidental trial conditions human nature remains I). I.. Ostilden..I'rmwcuting. Attorney.

r authority will allow to enjoin Ita mlnls- f'1Ipl'n""s.Jllny: a young coupleattl'r the same and Individual Initiative, per. Recent discoveries reveal that manyof A. A Suw..rr. . ., .. County Clerk.
Spring Tumi-itanoml Mnndny In May.
ten to refuie to unIt. In marriage any
the honeymoon bitterly repent
sonal and will Summer Term Sevnnil Monday In Aiignit.Fall .
y person or iwraona who. marriage the Integrity perseverance the ancient myths the world bad regarded !
their reckless waste of Term -Second Mnmlay In November.Winter .
ministers have good reaaon to feeltevs la money. win la spite. of all obstacles that may MBS. CECELIA STOW, as of the exploded variety bave Term.Second "'olul"ln February
forbidden by the laws of the ,church In Do not even at this eventful stageof
be thrown In the Tlie boy who Orator, Entre Nou Club.
way. a busts of fact For example there Is COUNTY SCHOOL HOARD.
which either! party seeking to ba married your life, expect "the dear boy" al. I '

holds membership. wnys to be by your aide. The love makes up hU mind to succeed and who lib Warren Avenue the story of the Itomnn youth who R. E. Mini>er.,: 8ux J] M.>rlntpndrnt Dlxon, chairman..,......Honaventure.Mentl Titunvllle).

i" This la regarded by the Living which be has for you. and which has. crowds steadily forward with that object CHICAGO ILJ, Oct. 22, 1902. Jumped ou horseback Into a chasm. R. N. Andrew, Cocoa J K ultx.SpruceblulT.

Church ns "an Indication of progress cntiHod you to make him "the happiest In view cannot be held altogetherIn For nearly four year* 1 suffered The augurs had announced that only COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.: 1

on'earth" will whatever the outward from ovarian troubles. The doc .T. R. Walker' chairman Tltuavllle. ; John R.
and a happy augury of n now crusade Fellow not admit of him check circumstances by some such self ImuioloJIon could
John
tor insisted operation the Mint Indlutiiila' It. A. Oinkllnuc, Tllluiaii |
against at least tho grouser sins against neglecting you, and his little attentions with which he la forced to con only to on an well. 1 however as the chasm be closet Immediately C. Junes, Quay i.i'tir.r.; Bull, While City. Regular
way get leBaloim; are Monday in Saul montu.
to In be I
others public must
I" the of the marriage tie" accepted tend. Let him think success,dream success
Inviolability strongly objected to aa operation. I after the bet'olllilct. according to tradition BREVARD COUNTY OFFICERS.

The Itostou Congregatlouallst on the an mere conventionalities. Do and above ail. work for success My husband felt disheartened as the orifice disappeared. The modern A. i). Penney. Tltnsvllle.County; Juilce.l .

other band declares that "however admirable not forget! that you have left ethers and success at last must be reached. well as J. for home with a sick n.l I.. ruimtun Titimvlllo;... .... ....... At"*y.
world smiled nt the tale did
or until
jehiiul whom . .... Clerk
you to your marriage woman is a disconsolate! place at A. A. Stewart TltusvIHe County

this may be theoretically. It has been ahnoHt as great a mutter of Tile old fashioned Menu of honesty. beat. A friendly druggist addled a few days ago. when excavations J.. t'riit'rf.! \:; ; .,.:..::::.. :'..::.Tax.Tin Collector.Tremiirer.Assessor.E : ..

has practical aspects which make anything moment lIa to yourself-those whosempplnenn persistency and fidelity are just as valuable him to get a bottle of Wine of discovered the mouth of the chasm John Henry, Tltimvllle. .. . .

like general acceptance of It depends<< upon yotirn.. la today as they ever have bee"n. Cardni for m6 to try, and he did so. containing roughly sculptured stones It. E. Minis, Donaventure. . Bupt Pub. Inat.
1 .
J. O. Fries, TI imvllle,. . Couuty Surveyor.J.
I somewhat doubtful." And the New spite of thin now existence. In which Tho door cannot be closed to those who I began to improve. in a few days and recounting: the exploit of tbe young r. )Hrown Tltunvllle ... HherlfT.
tny recovery was very rapid. Within W. 8. Norwood Tltusvtiae..Rer l filtration Utlloer.TITUSVILLK .
two liven nn n" should& find seek advancement on these legitimate
fork Independent comments: one. you eighteen weeks I was another man together with the remains of sacrifices : TOWN COUNCIL. -

This resolution Bounds fraternal and la time.to write to them. lines Whatever the sporadic outcroppings being. afterward made to his memory.As O.A. Front, mayor: Van Worley marshal and

generally approved In Its aplrlt and yet Do not fall to remember that In nine of any particular time, these virtues taxoollm-tor It. t:. Minis, jr., clerk and treasurer .
we queatlon It It does not go too far. It cases out of ten the keynote of the cardinal & ': John Henry, tax ....e Hnr. ; J. R. Walker,
Is aimed at the rrmurrliiuo of divorced after married life U Bounded during remain to all those who 0 pr tbe Tibetans are not In touch with F. A. !Morgan: a.. A. Brady, P. J. Hall and J. L.Carruttsere .
councilman The meetstintTitRHiluy
persons, and )yet It dues nut mention them he honeymoon. Boston Traveler would reach the top. After nil theorize modern civilization they probably full lumen month. .council

a directly much wider but formulates application.The a. rule which. has aa wo may, the fact remains that It la to appreciate the gravity of their of. TITUBV ,LLK KOARU OF TRADE.

{ t subject la on. of tremendous Importance character rather than circumstance Mrs. Stowe's letter shows every tense in attacking: nn armed foe that In f). )f. RoliMns, prmlHmt, ; M. Plxnn treaurvr ...
how home ia addened .J. O. Rant, aecretary. Mueta aeuond wedaesdsy -
i woman a by .
but we shall have first to
whlcli determines a man's real standins.
I their night In each luulth.t their ronraa.FRKK .
female weuknea and how Invading country.
( thrnah out the question before the' bur of s oes completely
i public opinion as to what are the proper .W 3 Wine of Cardni cures that .ick. : AND ACCEITKll MASONS.

causes In the Interests" of family Ufa, fur I Mastery Is the keynote lIe who flees and brings. health and happiness It that Indian. River Lodge, N...00. holds Its meetings
Port Arthur
transpires
was the second and fount. Friday evenings of each
divorce. We ar. convinced that the law would win out must master the thing again. Do not go on Buffer month,at their lodge nmiii' .. Indian River hotel,,
South which allows divorce named for an Englishman. Is that the
In Carolina no
Go to .
ing. druggist J.L.Catr.uben
your today at ixu: u'ols.gk p m. : W.1.1[
he would do. lie must master It In
at nil or the law of New York and secure a 11.00 bottle of Wineof reason It Is .doing such unpleasant 1'. A. Morgan: Sec'V.
which allows divorce only for adultery" general and In detail. However modest I Cardui. ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
will not command the assent of the Christian things to Russia! ?
conscience generally. At present the Le may be externally Im must ever I Frlend hl|>Cluprer|' No. II, holds ltd. meetings
1 \ WINE.oIC In the Masonic" lodge room Tltunrllle. ou the
flrst hopeful legislation appears to be In 1ct consciously hold the masterly attitude. RIJUJfOLEnIlONEYANDTAR I>oi *t Neglect Your ]{ldn.-'s. HncTumilav each monthanaaOo'ohrekp.m.! :
the Hue of the example sat fey Delaware sad the thud Tuemiayin each month at T,3u
which Is Intended to prevent' migrationsfor And tie must. dare to aim high. Every Or thev: will noon undermine yourhenlth clock: ... m. Ihe ffllowliif-iire the offloer of I
the e"k. of divorce, and which pro. 0-O :E1.JI'VV: .A.X1.X) I man lute capacity In some direction. Those backaches, swollen feet spots before the ladgM: lI're. H. R. Wilson worthy matron|
FOR WOMEN Mr.J. L. Carruthera worthy Patron ; Mliir Kate
video that divorce ahall be granted for
no
The thing he needs Is application. Let your eyes and especially the general .. M. .
catme' arising prior to the residenceof Stewart, Aai >l tn any the petitioner In the slats unlena that WHO CANNOT BQ CURED.: hint organize hla forces his Internal worn out feeling In the morning, ale IlUre Secretary; Mr. J. M. DIXOII. Treaanrer Mr*.
..
Kiine'nndncttessSi' a7j
signs of kidney trouble. Huchu Julius ; nille 8tewa.it,
were also a ground of divorce In the atate Backed up by over a third of a century Ours Prevents Pneumonia Irving' W
forces and he lUll organized n victory. Ooldsi Wafers. Mao. fond'n. Mr Oeo. Si->>bie. Ada; Mrs.
cleanse the build the
where It arose Further congress might of remarkable and uniform cures, a blood up J. L. C*ITU there, Ruth; Mm i.eo M. Robbins,
well establish a commission to Investigate record such as no other remedy for tbe He may be compelled to toll on In obscurity shrunken walls of the kidneys, removing Bather; Mm. F. A. Morgan. Martha; Mian AlephMini.Lierta 1
the subject and recommend legislation for the cause and tbe pain with it. Sold at ; Mm. John R. Walker. Warrferi; ,
i diseases and weak nesses peculiar to long and long but at last the BE GIVEN \.v.; '(
i$ the territories Such a commission might j M.rL 50c a box by Red Cross Pharmacy Mr. F. A. Morgan Chaplain; Mrs. T. T. Wet.nore.
work In harmony with unpaid atate commissions women ever attained the proprietors of opportunity must come. Happy U he ?t .... ,............. OuuitIt uu ., 1 Sentinel; ),r. Cba*. H. Wilton. MariruU. tT
Dr. Pierce'sPavorite Prescription now .. .,
already existing whose work who has such thorough control of self. .. .. I ---- -
moves too slowly feel fully warranted in offering to pay ... .. .r .,iiu' nir L :.,. .I' I .t..it. c roc : sit Sc
.6.'S :sxcr: OO
|5oo in legal money of the V lifted[ who has so stored his mind who bat M. WI' 11, .i..tir. .. .:.. \,Ne'. < .
The Roman Catholic Messenger offersthe .I. ,.M'I_ ,......."., ...", ..... .; 4,:. '
States for any case of Leucorrhea ao fortified his character that he can BIT. a BI. w. JACKSONVILLE. FLA.
ri ,) Gk k Fl( R' r.rt B'V'St.
following .bo the
statistics lug extent
male Weakness, Prolapsus, or Fallingof seize the opportunity when 'It !Is presented ,
to which "the national evil of di Womb which they cannot cure. All .
and become Its "
master hebefore1 .
vorce" has during recent they ask is a fair ana reasonable trial of. as .' .' ,
grown years: ; h v
became master of his ?
own propensities
their of cure. u U
means ,
In the monthly bulletin of the department and .. :.: '- > i QTS,
The VIc..Prssident Independent Order powers. '
:
of labor for September. 1901. are : /
given the divorcee granted In sixty cities. of 0004 Templars. v ,

In all parts of the United States. the total An rmerlence which many women hare wm Lieutenant Peary has put off his discovery .' t -x >* /'- L
number of these divorcee granted In IQul related by Mir Afar* Webbing, of m EaatInth '
being S.993. The population of three sixty street. New York c..t,.. aa foil,... -| of the north pole for another J.'A fI **< 33 pL
had very health for a year' until life ** JL- Mt* Ht....
poor > *
'.1411.1133, little ,v y
cities was at the time or a looked dark and dreary to me. Hid head- year. Judging by recent samples of theweather iU .iV
less than one-ninth that of the whole aches backache deep waa of the > : > > %
la some northern and "
country; hence, multiplying .908 by a 1-10 broken and fitful. .11i.na"rmta"p": Tried *:3P nSCK> :
we obtain fur the whole. country. ti3.6ti1 di- several mrflionea but none were "( anv |I.... western states perhaps be thinks that fejJ32pg % !7---.cr i/V '
vorcee. Yet It may be objected that It la lag btneAt until X took Doctor Pierce a Favorite little the ?? s a 4
wafting a pole 6 ;
d by come
not fair to take only cities, because dlvorces Preacription. I soon rewired that I may tr-J 11QTS, '
It
had found the right remedy. helped natureto e
Ulna.
are' apt to be more numerous In throw all' the noknaa that MturitrU the to ii-Crr.'iAn-V- >< 5OO .;. I I
cities than It. the country. To remove ....'em. removed all pains and airenKihened. Vr
;l this objection w. have also gathered the the difrMlve organ., and brought| the roan of When Admiral Skrydlofl In
tllvorcte granted In sixty counties the health back to my ehceka. This medicine if arrived
total number of which was found to be11.13X taken occasionally keep the system la perfect St. Petersburg he was met by a delegation -

i The population of these sixty eoustties eoniiition. helping uences of exposure to throw to all damp the,dueaaeand ,_ tout bearing Icons. Consonants. Sre N I: lv I L A l lWoman's
was at the time 13.3t>9.1H. or two-pi rvnths : plea to U eadoraemcat.* f
of the population of the whole gin my hard lack and Icons seem to be Russia's Dtarfarin.
Therefore. multiplying 11.1:0:: by "Favorite Pre.aiptionm.kea weak ,
country. chief stock In trade at present. 1.P' I
eleven halves. again obtain for the women strong, sick women well. Ac. ,
we ,
en. .. ,. .. n .. ."
Consequently the no substitute for the medicine n' r..a If a..l.' 1
whole cept
country ol.ldu. .. ,. .,
r h. "der p. \a.\Irsn \ S. I
lowest limit we can assign to the number which works wonders for weak women. The tact that Russia la to Introduce .17.. .r ,,'. e.. Wnf -" m II' ".Tllw..la.l .
t
r divorces granted In 1901: Is (1.100. This Dr. rierce'i Common Sense Medical .i: I, '".i' a. dail ..eie a a', ,.., .( I. fJU
automobile a* .
I tile a war machine gives ,warn aM""n necwt M.,1ial.
i an Increase of < per cent year gives Adviser is sent/"* on receipt of :Jt one- rea, _, ... .to ... w aewaili w.r .. .,.....,_._
l.ir 1903 the respectable number of 6S.4D9; cent for the paper-covered book assurance that somebody Will get killed ...it an: tM k.a n I ten .wMaa, +s aW.a
stamps .
.
hsnte our courts, broke In 1903 nearly -M.-.L.II. rare oh. M-
up land
So(.e.o h..-.I< .. number sufficiently large or 31 stamps for the cloth-bound. Address In the battles of the far east. saw IDES rs.U-ate.co .... __F.._rw.N .

Jo cuosUtuU a. fair vised city.t ... Dr. R. V. Pierce Buffalo, N. Y. Agents for the Pabst Brewing. Co. .


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Professional Cards.. The Wrnnn Tar. 4>004>0.04 0.0.*0.04, 04.', >0.04>0 iI lost on 1\ 'dt.84'rt' folo. anil b.>, bnlt 'a (, "XXaatmbt" Paper. California. Irni Wafers.The .
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t Among the n Iluy stories told of abentuilnded dnjeen kernels of corn I "" "lIht" think <* In thU in.when: th&-Irnlltlnn.tlon, of great tonic cathartic, an Invalu-

ROBBINS |>eop1* there la one about I WHILE \V AIriNG !io him n cad If be didn't otter! me halt the HveniK'i1 man and woman is kept bolo cure for malurla, biliousness conH'Iunion -

GEO. M. the dreamy: mother of a young American I think I ought to offer linn name of literally! tales of dlOl- I( nervousness, catarrh of the
author which to well authenticated I I1,...... ....n'l'V, (>II If r .>'renot on MI lever pitch by Mtniii.iGh, bad breath, oily skin, sleeplessnu 1
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR. but sot-ma nlmoat incredible.One I FOR REPAIRS |i I Ki'f, > \kln : terms" case mil'n lh.l ,.. lurking In all sorts ot .. M, wlml, and all liver, stomach, and
out of the and in the h"w11'Unbl.) .. 100\ wafers }." Red i
AT-LAW. t''I'nlulIvh..n: her son stoppedat Th..l.Ittln". buck with eyes straight I I r way places-- WilY :; >c, at

Will practice to State and Unl ted'Stll.teB the door of her room on the way to .By WILL' BURR I ahead, Marian pushed the candy bos places, too. for the matter of that-thoauggextlon Turns, l'hal maor' Tltusvllle.
.. Congress.lu .
1''li Pewee
of "wuahuMe" come' Coming
hilt
own to deliver n message which slung the seat. Allen paid iu attention. paper
Court. bud been Rent her be discovered the *o Copyright: ,, 11HO. by T. C. McCl.... 4 o> Won't you hove n chocolate, Marlnii lUke the voice" of one who "publlsheti those parlous days of war, burstIrti -

Office at TITUBYII.UE, FLA': old lady In the pitchy d>irkiu 8 holding o.0.0.0.0.0.0..0.0.0.0.0.0.' 0 usked at length, hesitatingly glad tiding'" For this reason the l.attli-Hlilp+ turrets sinking mibmartneo -

n match under the cold water fau I Allen wade uo> IInl'I'r. c-mlfaeetlotiit wny In which the New iiiul the like the prospect of j

GAULDEN, cet.When The ferry at Acton, a small summer "Will you"=unit Marian stamped bet York t lobe 11I..I.II..PH the subject seem n peace coiijjrenn/ conien like the Rllmmei

D.L. she "('IIIn(> to herself. In re- I resort' lying nest a most pleasuruhle little foot-"! say will you have a thou to l>t>. milking light of a very serious of 1111 i>11..1.l stress dexert jtamls nr '

ATTORNKY-AT-LAW' spouse to her *on' hearty Inngh she stretch of lake, wns operated solely olateY" she continued Impatiently matter However, tho Globe's<(< remark the piomlxo of a Job to u political work
admitted that she had lighted five other by Us owner Old Abe, as be WII1calJl.'I.I. "Ni; I thank )'0\1." he replied and roaumeil er. It U not generally known that thethlt.t11
Will practice In all the Courts of thot State are given for what they mo\ worth:
mutches and treated them In the his contemplation! of the land'stape
The service had to be
come
and Court I II International
ot Florida, the United States peace congreHaIt !
same way. In the quest of a "wanhnlile" lllbla, far
i.to) BOX: ,aaa. TITUSVILLE, FLA.T of such an unstable character that the > us* In the London police courts, aU'ntliw to meet AmerlVn, the" first week
"I about something etimued. The box
wns thinking : A long "' remained
pause
villagers lost all confidence lu it has been called to it waterproof cloth, anIt.lntlrnble
had The It U
of next October. fact that
elne. Mho! anld nnlvely. "and all I knew half way between them Imitation of leather Mr. 1"-
J. WEBB, wns that I had to turn something onbefore aa a means of transportation "I think you're very-ungentlcman- bouohrre In Troth makes lhe .annsllil .UIf- the thirteenth congress teed not l betaken

J I could light the gas.: However, Marian Ardslcy wns not ly," ventured Marian. irt'titlon that If a proper washable, cloth as un unlucky omen. Although
A ATTORNEY T-LA,V oil n !be found Its use be not connninl to
And then she ndde, "I don't think It ai inhabitant of the village, and so "Lunt night you were of the same Illblra, but to historical romances and tbo probability that the mooting !I. to

Will practice in the Courts of the 7th was inch a queer mistake after all!" she stepped confidently aboard the opinion" n.'torteod.lIell.. books that are read l, Mr. Labouchrrathlnksi occur while the Russians. and Jnps are>

Circuit. Taxes paid for non-residents boat assisted by' Old A 00.8 ho "You are mole so now." *.p<>rlnlly waalmbla bindings could 1 still shootfng the of the world
and rents and accounts collected.TITU8VILLK Cull For Sladenta .. llarv...era.Despite "liow"" be advantageously used In true clmulattiiKItbrurloa peace
bustled about, be wall softly cUuVrkllnx lltit why slop hers Why not and Incidentally/ eaclt other full ofholt's
.' FLORIDA, the jokes! of the paragraphera and repenting to.bluiaelf, "Two two "Well 'ou-you know that I'm too such also In private libraries, and why may be regarded by some aa confirming
about the Harvard football players polite to eat these chocolates and let not furthermore a washable paper so
who succumbed to the beat In the Kan.I The rear third of Abe's sternwheeler hungry-and I'm simply utarved. that the bunkll t could h.. washed maid t the tioodoo' Idea that bt. tfounlly /
A D. PENNEY, tat whentllelds last summer, farmersare was pilot bouse and. engine you." go and out? Then perhaps raaillnit might' nniH'twl with the number thirteen. 't'4
be m..i1. sanitary, and nnnltary we inuatb
already writing In and offering room the central portion wu cabin With un air of exaggerated politeness .. Alao If washnbl blndlnars are iiHutl In The congress Is approprlutoly heM, In
ATTO RNE Y-AT-L A W, Rood w.*igcs to muscular students, says and In front was what may be termeda '' Allen reached over took a candy public IIbrar...... Inumlrlea will need bo at. ItoHton' and the senHloim U>cln on the

TITUSVILLK:, FLOUIDA. the Itoston Transcript. And they will deck. On this deck was seated the and ate It bin eyes fixed the while upon openotl l..ch.,d, up and to Mr.him CurnouU another. will way thus for have lint evening of Oct 3. The only other meeting +

Will practice In all the courts of the 7th I probably get a certain number of efficient other of Abo's "two" passengers, the landscape. Marian then nteoue, ting rid of his money. of the body held In the United

helpers from the great Institutions Alonzo Alleu of New York. waited lu silence for ten minutes and oecui old fashioned .
Judicial Circuit.G.A. It will to wouie States \\,1thllt at Chicago. In IMir\ :). I
of learning, for when one la Allen didn't know, ns a matter of again offered the box to Allen, who folks that It Is n pity the content. of Home of the most distinguished phllnntbropUlu

FROST, young and need money no hard work fact, where be was going, nor did be Ill'll'I'tllllmaelt very gravely and handed some hooks cannot bo washed as well 1 und humanitarians ot the
goes against the grain. It back. This operation was repeated -
care lie had seen the old man put a* the paper. It would! render them i world are member of tho oonnreM I
until soon only 0110 candy wa
ATTORNEY-A LAW
J tering about the boat and. ou leuru- left The remaining/ one was heart more hygienic from a moral standpoint One' of the most Interesting I" Huron
i Will practice In all tho Courts of the.Tth! $100 Reward $ 100. lug that a start would 'soon> be nuule IIbll pf'll. ; to say tho least. rt'K touruellen du Constant who 1msIn

Judicial Circuit The readers of this paper will be for somewhere, be hud listlessly taken Allen handed the box to Mnrlnn. She It n wushnble paper really can be tho lust few yearn done perhaps 4

.,i,: TrrusviLLE, .. FLORIDA. pleased to learn that there Is at leant one A seat for the trip. took the box but directly offered It brought Into practical use, Why not more than nny other man to promote

< dreaded disease that science has been With a toot of tlio squeaky whistle back to him. employ It for the printing of money? the cufiso of pence by his advocacy of

"1 G. A. FROST WADE U. JON&S.: able to cure In alt Its stages, and that Is the boat got under way. Marian wish i "No. thank you" said Allen on lookIng !:. Koine scientist recently experimented. rational; method. for the settlenient" of 1

T"ROST A JONES catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is the only ing to stand In the prow, walked In the box. with. a dollar bill that hud circulated differences( between nations.\ He is not
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positive cure known, to the medical through the cabin. But at eight of "Hut I am offering It to you, Insisted until It had! grown mellow with ago and only one of nUt French members of
M rill ,
n
a
REAL ESTATE AND) INSURANCE, fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional her fellow passenger she turned pink "It's yours. ," replied Allen. And he "'.00 are really afraid to Nay how ninny The Hague tribunal, but la member

Loans and Collections. disease, quires a constitutional with embarrassment and quickly retreated hot a quick glance at Marian who million germs ho found Oil each squaro of .the French chamber of deputies. r

treatment, Hall' Catarrh'cure Is taken and ant down, on the long, had been) gradually moving from her Inch of the note, but'thero were enough, lIe has 1 by publications and addresses

TITUSVILMC FLORIDA. Internally blood and,mucous acting surfaces directly of upon the system the carpet covered seat that was built end of the seat and was now past the at nny rate, to entice n timid person to to his countrymen aroimed, In their

thereby destroying the foundationof through the middle of the cabin middle. She slightly raised from her register a vow to get,( rid of all hU minds an Interest In tbe policy of International

TKPHKN: : E. FOSTER, ; the disease, and giving: the patient Ulster the guidance of the jubllaut sent and leaning toward him, said: money as. rnpldly us possible.. If such avow arbitration which Is exceedngly +

'ATTO strength by building up the constitution old until the bout advanced, In u veiy "Lon-pardon me-Mr, Allen, please Is needed In the average/ cane. creditable to him and to them.
li YEY-A T.LA W.5;
and scalding nature In doing Ira work take It. I to have It."
satisfactory uiauuer at least to hlui-- I want you Now. If we could'tnsh our money nil The treaty recently made between
Dyal-Upchurch Building, Jax.ACKSONVII.LR The proprietors have no much faith In "Is it-do are offerIng -
until iibout half wuy across tint lake. I you nll'lI11-'OU !,
Its curative powers, that they offer One thiN tI'rrorwOIIJ,1 be removed. The only France and Orent Britain by mentis
./ FLA. that It Here the puddle wheel refused to continue me a heart? he asked. with the scheme. In that man countries
Hundred Dollars for any case ,I the dltticulty a of which both for, n term of
She might have answered but
tails to cure. Send for list of testimonials. revolving, and. after some would be to linger round
compelled / years have arranged to submit their
started with
F. J. CllfKNV Co. Toed minutes of drifting, thu boat was boat muddeuly a Jerk,
Address
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S. UUKNUAM M. I).
with bulldog and a Winchester whenever differences to arbitration far
throwing her full Into his arms. And was so
N. it
o, 0 Hairs Family Pills are the best. At thin point a thunder 8UlI'I
,- Sold by druggists, 75o. which bad for a Uiue buck been there she was when the boatman appeared Ills weekly wash was hung out to na France In (concerned made possible '

SURGEON and STKCIALIST, lly approucliliig, broke over the lake. In the!' doorway dry. V by the active agitation which this dls-

Ear, Nose and Throne Allen, not desiring a drenching, rose "1'11IIOrr)' for deliiyln' ye," said Old Ingnlsbed. Frenchman had carried on.

WEST PALM BKACH, FLORIDA FOI.EY5IDDNEYCtJRf"alt.ls to his feet and went Into tbecublti.lu ,'Abe "but I'm thlnkln things" be tIn- When General Kuropatkln went to He so far prepared by education the

Kidney end Bladder Ieene.tIt's the darkening Interior he saw no kered Into shape ag'ln now Ami that the front b" cheerfully announced that minds of tho French people that when

IIOUOiT0rsFLOATING one and out down on the middle of was trim enough. he Intended. to drive the Japs Into the lie treaty was proposed It was accept' } L''

DR. the _aunt__. with n_ _alcrh_.-._ putting _lila__ elbows "t"-llIltl Marian looked nt Allen"we're tea forthwith The war council at To- I ed and approved by Frenchmen fen- {
on his knees and face in build, not blaming you, Mr. Ferry !
kyo Is doubtless much relieved that the rally nil a natural and praiseworthy ; wt
DENTAL APARTMENTS Marian was silting but uu arm'slength inn ii.
"No, and we'll take the trip back HuHHlan' commander, after looking the diplomatic action.
from him After uu awkward, I .
the "Dentos .
on with yon," added Allen Hold over, admits that the task may require
In she coughed
Now AT DAYTONA. pause ilKhtly.Hpeut Allen cogitation started. to his feet directly "Thank>; thank'e. air," replied Old a couple of yours In tho perform Where the l.m...u,. Cornea !..

and, with a bow, said; Abe. And a's he went back to his work ing. Judging/ by recent occurrences In "Charley dear," said young Mr*. Tor.kins. .

E. BUCK, "1 do beg your pardon, madam; I-" there" wus n merry twinkle In his eye, the vicinity ef Port Arthur, very many "I have found' out aomethlno
F. .
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And then u dash lighted the cabin for and he chuckled to himself: things may happen lu two years. bout horse racing.

Stockton & Budd Building, MalnnSt., aa iutttiiut, and be plainly saw bin com- "They're not blumln' me, but I could ---.- "'\'hl\t la that t
Jacksonville. Rooms 15: 1(1 17. For 'a' started the durn old craft Jest half "The Men of the game Is not MO much
pl1nlou'lfuce.
the winner to be able to explain
an hour ago!" Considering devastating name to pick a aa
"I thought I was alone lie added i
DENTIST. that. are corning from the far east It why most. of your selections happened
simply and awkwardly backing! to the "
Crown and Bridge Work, further end of the seat he sat dowu. Cooler Then Cool. Is a pity that n..llerlll1": of China can to be beaten. -Washington l

Porcelain Inlays, There was some reason ft>r tneso Sydney Smith's name for MoncktonM not trot Into the Knm Its r.
linen, afterward Lord Houghton, was '
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Plate woik.WANTED .
HlgL-class
seemingly Mtruiige actions. It was but
"Cool of the evening," and the reason
I the previous evening that they bad
: A TRUSTWORTHY IIKVTLB for thlw choice U partly revealed In the
Lee & I
\ end he had I
quarreled and at the Bryant
lady Intend county to manure anecdote below which Is taken from
tiaslneM for an old eatabllahiMl houne of You! fiercely taken buck the ring she proffered I ,
olid nutniial ntanang. A straight' bona tide the "Itemlnlsceuces of a Royal I Acade
weekly. aa arv of ale.00 said by oh'ok each Moil and they had parted forever. miclan"At
ASIIKVIU-E!: N. .
l eipennnn direct from hmulnuartcrnMoney I At length; "Why are we stopping \ V.
4 advanced for expenae Knnliuw addressed II a London dinner given by a dlatliigulHlied -
envelope.Cbluavo Manager, WHI Caxton H\tlg.\ > I here?" asked Marian of the boatman, man Sydney! Smith had the o-or.1.orQ,1< : Commilgstion: : : : : : Moz'ohantl: .
who sat at his post In perfect tran
1 place of honor and Milne was among
I quillity. WE SOLICIT SIIII'MENTH OFJTAFI. -
the other guests.
fOLEYSIIONEYANDTAR.Iop. "Jest a screw loose, miss," the old

.the cough and S .svla lungs man replied* "I flgger I know where divine M linen'was manner lacking to In the the great respect wit and due : : .UXTS d "V'EGET: : .. ..::J3LlJS.W : .

--------- DRINK 'tin now, and we'll be golh' again In
to ago and position lIe calmly addressed MAKE PROMPT RETURNS. I

a And Jiffy. with that Old Abe. tools In him aa "Smith," which every RKKKHKNCKMI' llttl'ryl'ak Hank, Ashavllla, N, CI( Dank of Hendersonville, Her
time mode those who felt what whsproper dernnnvllle, N, O Dunn and Bradstreet Commercial ,
band climbed around to the nil Important ,1; Agencies
white at affront
as a personal
wheel After .. ..
puddle nu exasperating -- - -- -
Milne with
Finally said, something
wait of perhaps twenty I of un ulr:
minutes. from the MASON M. CLARK
Marian peered out I "I'm going on to the archbishop's reception -
I door and seeing no one, called, ",Ur. ,
lit I Jim bet h pulace.
Seeds Kerryuia! She was now heartily "Oh. are jon? H' inn I," said Sydney! 110 Murray Street and KXJ Weak Htreet, NK.W YORK.
1 COlt more-yield more wishing she had stayed at the bouse.Tin Smith. "Mny I auk. If you have a car
sere experimenting' awful sorry, miss" answeredthe

r y.art sar.dbapDolntmems..5 the St.nderdSeeds. old man rather dolefully: "but rluge"No bl'l'p1"" said 1 the "Cool of the Kvenlng.:- Fruit and Produce Commission M ercbant.
Sold by all dealers. 1004S..d I'm afraid It'll take a teenty bit longer.You "
Annual poatpald free, 'Yell, I have, and I shall t>" happyto
to all. :Icanta. see, It's worsen I thought. but
In must
app .11....' give you a seat It. you
, D. M. FERRY A CO.. ,... "Do you have to stop like this do me one favor. Don't calf tUe arch- SPECIALTIES (
, Detroit. Mich.FoLEYMloNhil. THE GREAT ,often?" asked Marla'n."Well. bishop IIowleyT

Bouietlmea. Hut now last The voice and of
-IEALTH DRINK. manner piteous entreaty Florida Pineapples Oranges
Grapefruit
week she didn't break down, Mondaynor convulsed the company and ,

Rfsrs Wednesday, all the hull way over!" crushed Mimes, who retired am noon as ,

II I USrear.afe..en. JPeealaf.. And. saying this Old Abe rose to bill possible from tbe table. Extra Early Beans and Vegetables.

I "IN' THE GOOD full height grinning with pride. ..
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The Largest and Most Com. 'Well, I suppose It can't be helped Wrlt.. Who Worn .......1.1....
OLD SUMMER TIME" then" submitted Marian, but she appeared "Christopher :North".: (Professor John
elate Establishment South. F. Ruhlnaan & Co.
so very much annoyed that Wilson), a giant over sis feet high
Abe at once leaned down and continued wlitme "tread seemed nliii'mt to slink .

6EO S. HACKER & SONMANUFACTURERS Ills work with a great show of the street," thought nothing 'of tramping 201 Washington St. t MEW YORK.

bustle. / forty miles In eight hours or of 1)3) Murray treet. J N. V,

r$$' The, rain was not yet over, and Allen walking from Liverpool to Kllerny, u

was busily engaged staring very bardat distance of eighty 1011(... lu a day

nothing whatever. Marian lookedat Wordsworth, tlioiuii; he could never Oranges Pineapplesand
f her watch. It was past lunch time, have kept puce with WIlson'M swing ,

I and as sHe bad felt too miserable to hut stride wail. always good for a +
Is a delicious, refreshing eat much breakfast, she coniuftmced to boast
M ETTO twenty mil stroll and used to Florida Fruits Our Specialty.We .
beverage made from ripe feel hungry. A sudden thought brightened that be bad walked six time round
_
her countenance-she bad with the earth. Charles 1'l<<-kI'I'YO_ always represent several of the largest shipper In your State, aDd wish, to representyou
Saw Palmetto Berries Absolutely free her a box of candles which abe bad at his brightest and liupplest

from perniciousharmful drugs. Metto purchased for her sister's children. when" b. was striding guyly along also. Give us a trial sblpment. Established 3/) yean.

y She could get them another box.: 8be! country' Tunes a't n good live rnll" an .. '
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.I stimulates the Liver, hushes the Kid. looked at her watch again./ Only a hour. On one memorable ocruilou be
few minute more had passed, but her covered twenty miles "fair heel and ICHTAHI.lnllEU: 170. .

!: OF eys, act directly on the bladder. hunger bad now become unbearable. toe" In a shade over four hours, and

Sash takes these organ perform their fnno- Bbe loosed the string from the box: very prowl he was of his deed Pro-
Blinds
Doors, opened the paper removed the cover f<*M>r Fawcett blind though lie was M. Lane & Son

& Material tons Jn a natural way, thereby keeping and ate a chocolate. tramped bill thirty mile many a day ,
McnldiDg Building After she bad eaten several of the
I he system In perfect and .healthy coalition. over Cambridge road Westminster
candles she glanced over at Allen. Gazette. 250 WASHINGTON STREET, NEW YORK.
Office A Warerooma. King, opposite
Fastened to the wall of tbe cabin opposite -
Street.Charleston .

Cannon S. C. dingy him frame was, and an be old,was landscape gazing In at a Uric Acid and CJratel I Southern Fruit and Produce

unable
this with the concentration of a stole. Are caused by the kidneys being I
-$$' to property filter the from the
Impurities
landscaper: exclaimed
Cord "A mentally
Sash Weights ah blood. Irving Duchu Wafers are the
Mart an. .. she recalled his dislike of" only sure remedy for this condition; Commiaaiozz.: :::Morchcez: : :

Hardware. -Sold by- landscape. "How be must bate me they cleanse the kidneys from all worn '
she continued eating/ another candy, oat material build the ihruoksn
up FLORIDA PINEAPPLES' OUR SPECIALTY.
Window and Fancy Class Red Cross Pharmacy "when bM rather look at that than at wails of the kidneys and prevent the
met I wonder-wHat bad I ought to formation of the are acid. Hold at 1''*s

A SPECIALTY. Tltusvllle. Fla. dot If be and I. were utter stranger, a box by Red Cross Pharmacy, Tltusvllle Stencils, Card and our quotations furnished on application.EAST .
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BAD ROADS A NATIONAL EVIL JAKES. PKITCHABD President; i .. WM. M. BKO-WW VicePresident.W. ,....
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CANVASSING THE
EAST COAST ADVOCATE. RETURNS. fl. BKAMJUNO, Cashier e


- For many years the ADVOCATEhas -.--- INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK
: a WMBLY JOPBJTAI. DEVOTED: TO TBB' VBTVbOrMBKT -
In the
been working Interest of On Monday afternoon June 13, 190. Brevarrt County Democratic
Of TBB' IITOtAX BITBB, LAU ,
which much neededin
good roads, are Executive Committee met in the Court-bouse, .Titu vlllp; to canvass
wokTrAxD.IIOATaa....".110I'10... look DEPOSITORY.
Florida. Many people upon COUNTY
which effects thereturns of the Second Primary, belt on June 7lh. K. B. Raulerson,
the road question as one Authorized capital. $1 CO.COOPaid
.
PUBLISHED KYXBT FBIDAY.CHASLKS mainly, If not wholly the peo of Fort Pierce wits I in the chair and the following; peoobersof the com k. I up capital, $40,000

H. VfALTOf, Editor 4t Fnbllsher. pIe of the rural district. This is mittee were present : E. B. Arnold Malabar ; \V. H. Sharpe Sb rpe. ; -- Average deposits, $16OOOO

Discontinuance of lulTU. unit be made per- a mistaken idea. Road conditions R. G. Harriee Sebastian ; and B. L, Brown Fort Pierce. At the con. -

..ally at this office or bjr writing.Oh towns seriously depending affect the on trade people with of the all elusion of the meeting the vote cast in Brevard" county, was found to Transacts a General Banking

okto.,may be mad payable to CBAB.LE rural population. Bad roads be as follows :
.
0(. WALTOM,publisher.gs Business

| In writing to the ADVOCATE fcr Inform hinder making and it depress almost local impossible trade for by II-; .."Itis"S3 J .:. rI'-" I c to !p\l. -.. ylCANUIUATEI I I'I'be / LI !' ;
;:: :: I :7 .1e y 6 t 1- t : .. I'I d Largest and Oldest Bank on the Riier.Kxohanga .
Uon 01 tny kind,the writer will oblige by enclose the farmers to get to town sometimes +. I ot7' Jte : Y.'
f. : c'' ; ] '.SI I and ,,,'Id all
on
3 bought Foreign
lax a ttampod-adilresiMMl envelope. I Ii' ,
for weeks at a stretch. This .O;:: k SW ... .. l.. I .. II ; Its 1 'e:: f I :; ''fl I Q Countries.pMtronape .
BOSTON:' OFFIC !C:-TH e: KAWT. roAftr AbroOATnbaaopenedsnomre.to depression in turn affects the whole .:! E-o ;.I: (al I r... I ,' j IC ::;:; U ;:::: FAGICQir: I I I t% E-4 --
''Atisntlcavenne,
'' sale trade. Local dealers reduce appreciated. Prompt service polite
onion which will be In charge of Mr. Claude treatment and every favor consistent .with conservative .
O.Walton. their orders, are slow In making re U. H. Hen tor I 1/1/ I banking grantscKCORRESPONDENTS

Address all communications mittances, and have to ask for extensions >
to of credit. J. X.:: C. Stockton 33 M ).121),34 21030 8232 9.21 Oil 8 1 1:1: 4 41132 145 4, Phoenix National rUnk. N. V.. Empire. State
EAST OOAST..DVOC4TE. 71 % Ti nut Company,N. Y., National Bank of Jack
TITDSVII.LB. rix>Bn>A.i .. The business of the. railway Is 4I sonville. Jacksonville Fla.
J. P. Taliaferro 4 62: 5 111 28 0 1 6 001914 2 116 4 f1 114 8 1114305Congress
_g /. S -------..- ---- also seriously affected. The farm. I I IJ 'rITUVILLI!:, FL.A.
Department of
,. Agriculture ers must haul their produce to the : I / I

Weather Bureau-Jupiter, Fla. shipping points at times when the I '
M. Barre .31 641 217 29 9n: B827 14 2I 3 2 1. 12 1182 3 350 All kinds of Agricultural Implements. AgentsFOR
roads are in fairly good condition. 21
Th following" a comparative state-
sent of temperature and rainfall for the This causes congestion of traffic at Frank Clark. & 16:13281): ) 2 6 Si :2120 D 723 4 9 7 6 3 3 720 378 THE
weekending Tuesday, June 14 1004. times and partial suspension at -.A.01\f.llD "''I=r A. E1.0"VV'-:

-1004- -1903- other times. As a'' result of this, Governor ,.
DAT*. MAX. IIn,. MAX. WIC. 00
8 -85 73 sa 71 the railroad companies must have a N."B. BrowarU 20 .6. 1827 1 II 25 6423 815 I 7 8 '7 4 8 4 411 3010 338StfO; :m
wil 9 84 71 83 71 great many more cars and engines m
10 84 73 87 71 than would be needed If the traffic B. W. Davis 0 12193134 211 722611 8 320 4 6. 13 4 S 814 : o

11 83 73 IX) 73 were regular and uninterrupted by ; bm bmp

12 13 85 89 75 7J 80 87 73 75 impassible roads. Secretary State: I / := z-

;J4 B-1..73 83: 74 The road question has an Important J. E. Broome 19 41 7:1111.: ._ 1 8 7820: 317 414 II '7. : 6 :2 2'JO 2 300, ... = -K:
Total rainfall for the week 1.1.2 Influence on our national - Departure from normal rainfall for the finances in much the same way alIt II. C. Crawford 16 71 12 1030 81031 37 21 13 6 513\ 3 3 710 612 817 360 :. ;1 O

weak: minus .S4tocbea. Departurefrom effects railroad Interests. It Is Cj! ,
normal rainfall since January 1 Tax Assessor: Z I
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tnlnas 3.43 Inobes. well known that. Urge amount of I i '
HAL.*. HARDIN, Observer. ready money is needed in the fall W..A..Farlllf'r..2:1: O''UJ!'' 2..919 OIJl4t2: 7 4 3 1 5. 3 1 1 221 106: p '

_. of the year for "the movement of :J
-- -- -- --- '; ihI.h ; -- P. A. McMillan 15 27 3302 11 218 4724; 716 02311 51. 13 'l13J6: 3 181)f
GET to work now, and clean up crops. -'y"' causes moreor '"
less stringency In the money; School Board :
your yards and sidewalks and I
market. Good roads would make 3rd. IliatrietR. :- I
paint your fences. You have
it for the farmer lo THE CEO. H. FERNALD HARDWARE
possible CO.
j wasted enough time over politics,I market E. }IIIOI . .. 22 1 1019 3 4122 1 4 1 2 4 1. 1 14(1(
; eo It would be as well to spend a their crops more Mt leisure,, ._ 21 1 11' Sanford, Florida

little time looking after your own would greatly t'xtl'n.1 I the time during B. F. Hardenty%: 8418 2037 7'J: 7131n10 713 143410. 474.

Interests which their surplus would be The name of R. E. Mlms was put on the ticket by mistake, as he was
_____ ---0-- carried to market and would relleve not a candidate for the olljce as he etated In the last Issue of the ADVOCATE.TITUSVILI -
these periodic strains on the -- -J --=
ONE of the worst-prlnted ex
changes received at this office is money market which really have a .E.F .

the Miami Record. Nine times depreailng the whole effect on. the business of w A HEM YIWST CO MTIIOGE

out of ten we cannot read it, although country. E C. HOUSE and RESTAURANT TITUS ,
it is claimed to be a good It can thus be seen that the ef. FLORIDA. PLA.
and feet of bad roads Is far-reaching,
interesting paper. Why news
affecting directly or indirectly the EUROPEAN PLAN ?
paper proprietors allow such worn J2J: IN
to leave people of the towns and cities as
thelrofflce it a
mystery well those of the rural districts
-..--.---------.-- as Call for what yon want, and pay for what yon Ret. We keep on band B oc C'RAT
The road
question is, therefore a
6 the bent of food that and feed with
THERE is money can buy our patrons same.
apt to be "something national as well as a local question
No beautiful Sunrise for *'breakfaAt," nor Fine Scenery with Bouquets HATE IAL
the
doing" at meeting of the State As such it is a proper subject for
Democratic Executive for "dinner" nor Mud Baths for "supper" and a glass of salt water to waauyo'ir
Committee, consideration In the halls of Con.
meal down. You all this fret We, for what eat
which in Jaotsonvllle get charge you no .
convenes to. gross, and It is at last receiving the
I It is that more. Don't confound this place with the "Indian River Adobe House." Hay Grain Flour Meal Grits
day. reported "Our Bob"claims serious consideration it deserves, ,
to have "run 'em We treat all alike Tourists or Kiverlles. $LMO( per day
i some, Just what action will be taken can

and that barring all frauds, he not, of course, be forecasted with C. COLLINS, Proprietor. T.si-mo. C3ona.oa3Lt: : : :HUto.:

was nominated by a handsome ma. certainty, but all indications pointto __n______ ____ ._ _____.. __ .___ -____ _____ ______ .Weight and Quality Guaranteed -
Jority. the enactment of a national aid
AHLO II I.ACII.
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law-the Brownlow bill, or some
FOE some time past the ADVOCATE similar measure. Much, of course Door: ca.xa.c3.: 'W :IzxcS.: C'OOV :J1"raDLCs.

office has been flooded with depends on the popular demand. PABLO BEACH,
OCEAN VIEW HOUSE We making hundreds of frame .
are every month for the leading contractors.
offers of cheap ads. Our space I. If the people who are most vitally FLORIDA. ind MB should\ make them for )011.V... do It cheaper and better '
too valuable to accept them, so interested In road improvement remain I)ur latest Improvement Is .

they are politely refused. Were we silent, Congress will be slow MAGNIFICENTLY LOCATED. BRONZE FINISH BALL BEARING SASH PULLEYS
to accept all the cheap ads. oiFered to act. On the other hand, if the ,
and should insist
\
these In
ynu on getting frames.
us, there would be very little room farmers, business men, manufacturers Ocean Front near East Coast Depot. Has all.Outside Rooms. When you have any building" to do, write jour

for news. "Less ads and better and railroad men express I EAST COAST LUMBER AND SUPPLY. COMPANY,
prices" is our motto. their wishes plainly' and strongly !lea and riulpuur' Baths. General office EAU OA1.L1E. .I-'I.A.

------- Congress may be spurred to prompt -Yard.* at Tltnsvllle Eau O.illle, Fort Pierce and West Palm Ueach-
action. Do the Good .
BREVAUD not forget
tic .
County em oo r a -
R.
; : ; day, $3 to $12 per week.
Executive Committee met at the Roads meeting at Tampa on Tues.

r Court-bouse, Titusville, Monday day next, for Secretary: J, W. White Special to Families by the Month. Hodges c O'Haxa

to canvass the returns of the second "s working like a Trojan to make ita ,

t primary and P. A. McMillan was success. ....Manufacturers and Dealers In...
I declared the winner in the race fort -- .- -- FLOURN'OY A FLOURNOY, Rough

the'office of Tax Assessor W. A. MONEY' IN POTATOES.We Owners and Proprietors DreaatdCF and CYPRESS AND YELLOW PINE LUMBER.

the I. .. .
successful
Farmer candidate'lopponent. ------ -- --
-- -- -- ---------. -- Oraege Box '-Jel\4tA.1 Fruit and Vegetable Cratea. Mouldings, Shingled: eta
was only 23 votes behind. should Imagine that there Mills and office located at Buffalo Bluff Fla. Write us for prices delivered

----.-.-- in to any part of the State. Address: Hodges &; O'HaJa, Buffalo Bluff., Fla.
be
must money growing potatoes, .
I THE Florida Press Association for our Boston correspondent writes

met in Jacksonville this week, and the ADVOCATE as follow. : J[ YOU WANT A.
..
now they off to the World's .
are "Why do not tho Indian River farmers ,
Fair. There are very few harder hip more potatoes North P There la I

worked and less paid business men money In potato growing. The past
I week or two potatoes have: been sellingat Lot
than theedltorsnf
'I country newspapers the highest prices on record and : ...Building
and they certainly deserve a housekeepers are told there la no Imme a ,
I rest at least once a year. May dlate prospects thai they will be cheaper.New .
they have an enjoyable trip and potatoes are Belling on the dock at r. lot_ with a BUILDING READY FOR OCCUl-.1NCY.:

return home all'the better for It. Boston for 'Oa: barrel liOcts\ above LAND FOR AN ORANGE GROVE "
I any previous record. Het ller. are obtaining -
-. .- ..- ---- nearly twice the prices chargedIn : PINEAPPLE PLANTATION TRUCK. GARDEN"
THE: two recent primaries have ordinary years. The sudden rise In :
V re probably have for sale just what you are seeking.Settler .
proved to Florida that'Senator Jss. the price say produce dealers of North .
4 Market is due to the temporary scarcity tare flocking in but still there la room. If you ar
Taliaferro and the lion Frank of the staple In the local market, there at
Clark ate the choice of the people. being at present practically none avaIl. 0 looking this way drop a line to

Both these gentlemen were elected able. The sensitive condition of the JAS. E. INGRAHAM 3rd Vlce-Pre.ldent.
,
will be
market It Is asserted relieved
by flattering majorities. Senator shortly, when car loads of potatoes are FLORIDA EAST COAST R'Y.
Taliaferro has been the choice of expected to reach Boaton a. / ,
the ADVOCATE from beginning to ST. AUGUSTINE. FLA.VALTON .
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end, and we are pleased to note that
he has succeesed himself as United THE City of Jacksonville is using SELF LOCKING BLOCKS. OVER FIVE THOUSAND QJF WAL-,
States Senator stringent measures to get rid of the ,, t .Patented ton' Rapid Tools
at Washington.Here's In all countries. Only tackle Calking now In aM
to you. Senator. pesky mosquito of which the rest- tr block of the kind la the world. Fitted I by boat owners In the United States..

o _.___ dents have all they want. All stag with the celebrated Vinton Roller Price 4.00 and $3.00 each at the ADVOCATE -
f nant water and rain barrels must Ii 1
ID office
Bearer Useful any place where Titusville Fla.
A attendance ,
FULL: earnestly be covered with a little keroseneoil
hoisting Is done. With theM block
.
requested at a regular meeting of which is said to be death to .
do the
the one man can work of two.
County Commissioners and mosquitoes-the purveyors of con -f
Good Thousands !sold in the north. Call THE ANHEUSER BOSCH.
Roads Association of Florida tagion. Why not adopt the sameTITUSVILLE'S S
rand r lee them lo working order at this i
I i which will be held in 'Tampa, on ....1...a n on .y....d l I a n River r
Tuesday next the 21st day of June T Son office Tltnavllle.itiDOZENl or the store. of Jaa. Pritchard-A: Brewing Asso's.Faauraa .
;
at 10 a. m. The Convention will TRAINS Draying. I I JOB PRINTING of all kinds don at .- .... 1

be in session two days and will de. this office at reasonable rates Giveus .,.=Louis= Keg sad Bot-
hauling of alll Indi a share of work.
liberate Draytag promptly your
upon questions affecting .
tied
attended to. Meets all tralna. i 1 Bea.ar.
Stove
C
the interest of the counties of the The following are the times of arrival wood for sale at all times. Bold by Messrs r.A.L \e1 and
state. Each Board of County Com. and departure of passenger trains to and K. n. IIoi.TKjr.:: Tltnavllle 1 Tfr CTMTrtl; ;>Wt THnrvnte.na/l :
xtissioners and Good Roads Association from Titusville:
i By Mr.R.L.Motlow,Coo n*.
of Florida is entitled to !OCTBBOCJTD.
representation. .
i..Ua
I The railroads offer re. Leaves Titnsvllle for Miami and i t:o0 p IDI Job-Printing. L iA1 ] JOSEPH ZAPF (

i duced rates from all points in Flor I Interosdlat points a' 104: pmLaav Do not forget the fact that at the ,ADVOCATB -

Ida, and the committee In charge JlO.T.IIOVJrD. offlc. Tituivllle, we do job Have your eyes examined and fitted tt Sole Agent.I I
have arranged an interesting and *Tltnavllle for Jacksonville a:12 amp printing of all kinds, neatly,cheaply and by the expert.

pleasing program. The hotels have and InttrmedlaM points atM J I 1:13 m expodlUoualy. Letterhead, Not h ads.Billheads. DR. G. L. MAXDAVILLE / t 610 to 820 West Bay Street :
all made Tltnsvtlle for Ranfortl' i:ne.... Envelope.Tags, and all other .1 ,
a special rate. Arrirea Titusville from Sanford 12 5U'p.aa kinds. TUu.vllle, Florida. J .JACnO LLJC. FLA. /


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V ................ ............. ............. : Eau Gallie. a GEORO MA ax. JOHN MARX



F EAST COAST NE'VS. i.1, Melbourne' 1 BARAII_ C NOMiSOV-l'avsmeiAy- iota_ Bt'aHito.v -' na: :H. B <>S( .. ;!, ]

the pink paper of the East Coast, will b* kn tattle* Flurlu
******************** I received at the Melbourne postoffioe. 1- WHOLESALE GROCERS ; '

1I
i :RICHARD W GOOD I Tlum., Thompson, of Canaveral, is now YI I
-Real Estate, Notary
Newsy Notes Contributed by Our Regular Public and OnnreVMim... Anent for -Aetna In Kill! Gallie.A .
Liverpool and Lon onan,1 QlolM.and Hutfonl ,I JobbersI
Fruit and Produce
Corps of East Coast Coxrespondents.JC r lire IusuranesCuIm. : psnlee. Bpvolal atMntlon new, boiler has arrived for the steamer -
paid to the Interest ot non-resident.i | Canaveral.Mr. t

NNNN..... ............................ .. .. ..... ...: DR ....A. PE PHVUICIAM Ann. rr* - ., Melbourne.. A. Ken Uatllw. ereryaftemoou. friend Fred Shave. < Corner Bay and Julia SU., JACKSONVILLE FLA.


e.yyy..yyyyyyyyy ...yyyyYT Eden. HOTEL HKLI.KVI-K-Melbourne Florida.-Ahmtltby and Daily no mosquitoes.showers In this neighborhood WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF HAY GRAIN AND FEED.

winter resort on hlttb pine lunu, oven ,
READ THE LISTAnd luc.klnlllncliau Klver. IUw: *J and upward Large shipments of fish are leaving
:
A D. Merwin made a short visit to Write l ,. 8x| >olnl nte per week or .........". Eau; O.illlo dally. The season Is now on. PURINA FEED OUR SPECIALTY.
Send Us Your Order Bockledge, the latter part of last week. I for rate to MiMUm' )1:. M. Campbell) | ,
Manager R. \V. Ckmplw.l froprlotor. Majur Jordan Is putting up a new Seed Potatoes Seed Peanut and Cow Peas In leaaon.

Our residents have all been enjoying I ,I fence about bis home In West Eau: OalI 611r'\Ve solicit consignments of Fruits and Vegetable)
hay fever-as they call summer colds Claude Beanjoan is working on the lie.

::a. JJJ elsewhere. new Carleton hotel. I --- -- -- _. _-
--- JUG I The sharpie Llzite, Is on Hodgson's
Per.Gal. Captain A. W. Rule who has always Willie ref betevisiting '
I Morgan Titusvllle, Is ways, bring overhauled for the sum- Indianola.
COPPER DISTILLED.. ill 63 been very popular In this place was a I / his friend Frank Unnnett. m ar's use. .

QUEEN CITY .... ..... 200 TRADESPECIALTY guest at the Wey house this week. -
P. d. Inspector Oanfleld was a pleasant Mrs. John Goode of Melbourne Is
ITOY SOUTH. .. .... 1110 Work on the parsonage was begun on visitor\ in town last Saturday visiting her friend Mrs. Tretitler for a A social dunce will be held at the Clubhouse

GILT-EDGE .,.. .... ... 800 A Wednesday morning. When completed few days. Friday evening of this week.
Last Sunday being Children's It
Day
It will
be and
PEDIGREE .... ...... .00 very oosy comfortable. Mrs. John Recd hits returned from a
,1. was duly celebrated at the M. E. church.Mr. The dance. of Friday evening last was y
OVZHHOLT .... ........ tOO : We have had an old fashioned east sfSuedeker postponed to Saturday on account of I short visit with her sister Airs. A. A. d\\T
G. and left last
family
with which has Ormond.We
Mow little rain, Buck at .
very
OLD HALIFAX ....... .00 made It very pleasant for those enlalZeriIn week for a visit of some'length In Rose the rain. ; : '
understand tbat Mr. If. Sandersonof
tbe week.II. land. The foundations for the C. W. MoNab \
pine harvesting d.ulng, past I
f '
Horanton, [ ., has placed! an order for
residence are being laid In the most substantial
MONET W. Richards made a flying vlxlt to Willis E. Gerow one of Jacksonville1 a new launch with ,a Port Pierce firm.
oon.N"I= I Fort fierce to consult Dr. Platt last popular young gentlemen, was In Melbourne manner.
BACK week. He Inlured his thumb severely this. weuk. H. L. Homes passed through Eau Gal. The pineapples In this section have

Per.GaI. and the nail bad to be removed. He Mrs. Frank: Fee made a visit to her lie, Monday en route for Canaveral In not commenced to ripen yet, and tb.almost Increase LOOK: TO YOUR EYES. t
dally rains "'fllue having -
N. C. WHITE ......... $ 165 few to his the sharpie Loulae. may
ments .e
If GOODS stopped a m see family at Fort Pierce but are pleased #
the aiM of them, otherwise* they If suffering from any eye defects or wea
WHITE BETTER; 200 mother en route. to see her back to her Melbourne home. W. T. Wells of Melbourne waa here will he inull. sight call at my new well-appointed opt) t

Dorr S. Webb charmIng Sunders this week having some piping made for oal Institute. ( lens
WHITE FME.,. 2 Bo Mrs. and Mrs. F. gave a Miss Jessie a popular young Mr. Carroll of Lake Worth with his Special complete
fishing party out on the savanna last lady of Indianola, has been the guest of his Melbourne residence.A family hat had his fleet of bouts, house grinding outfit In connection. )

SUIT. LAUREL-VALLEY .... 300 Tuesday. A very delightful afternoon her friend Miss Jessie Goode for the fine cistern and modern plumbinghave boot. launch and row bout, anchored OH Dn. E. II. ARMSTRONG

was spent. Not many fish were caught, past week. been added to the B. F. Treat cut Indianola for several days waiting, for a 11 Laura St. Jacksonville Fir
but plenty of flowers were gathered and in the Kau Gallie harbor. of to the riverto .
cage change wind proceed
-WE DAVE'OTDERS fun was the order of the day. Mrs. PUir of Mlcoo, was a visitor In up -- -
town last week home on Satur- Capt. A. Bennett returned on Mondaylast Doytona.Mr. t
niSTRICT MOUTIIERX DI8trlol
L COURT -
WRIFE US Mrs. Saunders baa been compelled to dry accompanied by her nephew Master from Tltusvllle where he had been :! and Mrs. Vesny Hall and daughter, U. of fhirtilit. MIt.
make large addition tn her barn owing Willie McSrlde.I w Itli bin houee-boat Rochester. MI.. Eva. of Georgians, came up Sun- IN UK ('UAIILEI' (\ MAST, mnkrapl.IV .
I 110 the Inoompatablltiy of the temi>era of TUB MATTKIl: OK 1'KTITION (II' FINAL'
J. J. WILLIAMS the mule and cow that dwelt therein. dance wan'' enjoyed b the lhe alter a short o..Uln IndUnola letnrnmt
She has I bad additional > young shlpprl 1 north on Tuewluy from
a HO an room | \ who has On thl- Illth day of.lunc.A. h. lint nn mudlnithe
their
built on one of her tenant houses. people at KiliiC4tl<>ual halt The :MHHUH| Wells plantation lit East Meluottine.' taking daughter Nellie rominUnii pKtliliin' It I.ol'.l..re.IIt.,time Court
P. O. Box 401. Hope Brown and Bald, furnished. the been visiting lore with them. that a h"..rliiK lie heal MI on It e 5111115 on the Inn.i
Eden has one of the largest. (M ft.2 In.), tuiiHir.Caj.t.. The contract for the Banana liver\ day l fit iun. ,\ It. Iwo, Iwlor .Id Cniin, 55
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. .iMikMiuvlli. In rail. tiutrlot, at ten n'olovk In
finest babies ever seen outside of a dime Mam Martin. In the handsome mull via KAU Gallie, citrus on the 1st BREVARD COUNTY SCHOOL the r n>niMinniiil OI'at l iintiiw tharwif 1.. pub".
.Y..T..yyTTyyT ...yyyyy museum. He looks to be about one year launch jirox' and will leave for the next four IlKllwt III the > A.r t'llAKT ovoosra, a n.Wp"
old and has complete set of teeth, but Idler, hits. safely arrived at his years via Tltusvllle.\ BOARD 'p"r punted 'In w11d! illntrlnt. unit thai all.
destination lu Unset Max He is d.. known onxlltor. ether In intarmiilu
not hair his head fine set and l .p r "ii s n
a
a except
on ,
lltflitttcl with his visit lo the northern Wedding bells next month when one *, ." '' HIM until. Ilin.unit |pl.| IMI ann how V
of eyebrows and some eyelashes. lie Is OHUM, lr.sany th yitvr\ why III. prayer of the ( p
Stuart.T. very cute and ,sweet. suites and is thoroughly enjoying all\ the of our must popular' young (adieu will The HoHril, met Monday morning June ."lit petitioner.i.oiil. not be! vr"ntiiil.Anil l
alg tII. leave for her use'" home In North Curtilina. :.I. 1IKII.. 1'inxeut J. M. Dlxnn. Chairman It I I. further ordered hy lb. Court. that' 1, t
The I will be In the Meth Fults th.Clerk shall send, bv road to all known or Hotel'Riverside Is now occupied by manage\ It. N. Andrews J.1\;. and hr.notlesot' smut| iHUltlon, enl this order' a<.. II
T. Weltch route agent/ for the Jensen. the young men who Clime to work on the odUt chuich. It. 1+.. Minis Mvoretary. Minutes of last lrMil to thou at their |il ""mi of silence ss ",

Southern Express Co., was here, Tues.- new Jarleton hotel. They seem to be a A. L. Bruner of Georgians" Is now'en.jtl1gljd meeting lend and approved. The' treaa< ltea"'l Wltnmii, Chit Honorable Ju", .... \V. Look. I

day.The bright Intelligent, crowd, and we extend In bulldlug some of tho new reslilonces urer'a.report for tllelll..nlh..f May, UH)4) JnitK of ih. ."hll nnrh unit the seal! lhno st.luikMinrinn.
county ferry boat Is out on Jack Rev. L. W. Sawyer will preach In the to them a welcome to MoiboUI n". May being created In I Kau: Gallie. Mrs wall received read, found curiae and ,. in9.A In odd illntrml. on the lotb itujr of

Stanley's marine railway baring a new Town hall next Sunday at 11 o'clock. their stay here! be a pleasant one, l., JAMEH W. LOCKK,

bottom put on. The daily showers have put a nice moved to this point. llliiiUml Its p.ii.lltnr.*. At tout. Judle.Ie. r
O. 1.,11., Clerk'
Oeo. Johnson, Frank Frayor and LewisC. growth on the pineapple plants .and the That Throbbing Headache W. T. Wells, of Melbourne will havea County. ached. "'11I.1. .
fruit Is much larger. of pineapples this sum-ner R. K. Min rapt' for M"y.... .. .. .. .... TA no .rte
their from heavy ,
Bragg are shipping crops Would quickly leave you If you used crop J. M. Ilium, |per> diem...... .. ...... ... aim
the section along Easy Street. W. R. Ilardee Is making Im- which will bo shipped via Kau Gallie. It. N. Andrew. ant, mll.e| ... .,? .. .. SMI Notice.
some Dr. King's New Life Pili,. Thousandsof The fruit will l be brought ovor from theplantatl"a .I, K. Kulls. .. .. .... .... 11:140
The colored people have erected a new provements around his residence In the sulTereia have proved their matchless John ltanrytypwrtir. ttiln. for nnl>..... .. 'Jim -
Baptist church on their lot In colored way of a new fence. merit tot' sick and nervous headncbvs. by steamer H. a. M toms,clerk for May .. .. .. .. ... at/ on I TIIH MATTKIl: OK 1'KTITto'v or CITf.
town. They now have two churches. They make pure blood and build I>r. Sarah C. Hodgson reports having It. K. Mlm>,e+q.t.55pn1w.5tg| A' uncap.| 4 e4Indian IN 1IO..ot Ankoiiii. prnylnic for a<'lml>(f. of the !
UI'YOllr
Pastor H. H. Jones preached last Sun. ..
Hank niuul 1 IIIlltevanl
River'HUM acts. liiiiiniUrlx' or t'rwiiiat No IM. the prayer of
day In the Town ball, to a large and appreciative health Only 25o; money buck if no..n a large alligator near the river laudIng County: .' .. ...... 4MH. Ml Jerome Twltcbell has let the contract not cured. Sold by lied Cross Pharmacy of I'l lie wood, Lodge. The doctor H Joiin. jiinltor' A pi and May faro.. 4 lo INI satd. l .prarluiit *.rlt changed, i .11 follow:
for his new residence at Daphne Grove congregation. Titusville. gave the reptile a wide !berth as he was H. E. W.k.l("IU Inc *... p > 4 9 ale/ ltinliiK nt the north w<-..norrnr. nll.oClonlll.:

t to Dr. Davis the Fort Pierce contractor. Miss Gary of Eden has a large music about Hit. In longlh. .A 1..1&...."I'oniorur..mt' letting furniture" .". "" 41 II a 8 !2e 11 Atlnntlu towuhIlNenuthnape4'le..t"ocean tlinnn|MoiithmMtc'rlv. thnno alonirhor. east to

class In Jensen abd Is making fine pro W. II. Wluniilil l Inu sap *.! 121) of AtUntln IH-OKII tn smith boiiiMlitry of motion
Oeo. Gosling\ Invited the following gress. She is an excellent teacher.. South Rockledge.Plenty Kton A Co. oopy tiook... .... .. ..... 19 W, towiMhln aesuuthn.nlte4lasset' I thenn.west I
friends to luncheon at the Wayside Inn, Driven To Dt'NIJertlU"lh Via Star .rlntgand ...ppU...... ., .. .50' on M-itlon fin;* tn oiitliwimt aornnrof: Motion( III,
Jensen last Sunday: Mr. and Mrs. II. C. St.nk. Of Malabar is going to IIfe W. II. Urawro.: mihool mipplii.. *.. .. .. II va township Illleouth. rings 41 east; tlioiin north t I
build Living at an out of the way place remote Illwlsa0n. Pine Inn sap lor No ft. .. .. ., ., in et I, no range line to .""Ih"....' a..rnr of "Motion li,
Chas. Woodward. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. on bls"pineapple plantation re! of rain now, and a few mo quttous. often .. .ri l, I'oppni, u 0 u .. .. .. SlIItf townnhlp ::1II.uth., r..'"..4O twit; tlinnu west to
Besset, Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Tucker Mr. cently purchased from Cbas. Wolf and from civilization a family J Wllllaiimon rent. ... 81. .. .. .... IlUO.J. : .oath wont. ....rn.r..t mill otl"ii l7theuue; north
driven to desperation In case of accident I'. niiwtelle ni.. ..... t 'IqJ.
and Mrs. Gowell and A. K. McMullen. will move his family here to reside permanently ot north wimmiiiiinr' of KH in* wotloii[ thence weal
We welcome Mr. Htarlr.! Mrs. Wm. E. hall was catling on Mrs. resulting In burns, outs wounds. .It. Mittherii siippllr '< .0 ::14.. ,.. .. .. :n f7 W iithwnt fiornar nf nentlon. 9, mime. township a
.
After dinner the party went over to the you : ....
au alto
<4 II. Itoiiwll 11I0.1 II" .
nil tlliooiix north wilmiilnnlnn. Batdprei
Gilberts Bar Yacht Club and spent the M. C. Salmon, the Bret of the weuk. Ulcers eta. Lay In a supply of Buck- M.A. "..t.....n .. 1J. ........ 111111 olnot r to nu l he known M Prvnlunt' : : No. I IC, and I 4b*
evening playing billiards. Mr. Gosling Pineapples are being shipped dally In Miss Annie Oldoon arrived here last len's Arnica Salve. It's the best on J. II. 1',' ," rubblnK. 'lot No Ifl. ,. ... ., ..111)04)' polling; .plitr,. t..In .t We It. Cltv Htntlon.'
larga numbers and the crop Is getting earth. :JJo at lied Cross Pharmacy.Georgiana. ---- I NIII*and ordered. upn ....htn| this 10th dayof
Co. of
&
Roiiskam her with
represents Geratley week to spend vacation her 1 aia TOHpeolal Jane A, J>, IIN....
each
less day. The ADVOCATE editor Is
Philadelphia one of the largest whiskey mother Mrs. J. S. Coats. Tax Hiiluwl DUt.. No. ITeiinhnr AtUi.tl JOIIX R. WAT.Ktn, .

bouses In tile United States. generally remembered with a few cratesof uUrl. ..*....................... .. TO of) A. A. HTKWART: Chlrnmn.flnrk .
pineapples before the season is over, Findlay Hodges Is driving his new IwihtMil pupil' ........................... TO 00 C'lrriilt. Umrt, by O. A.llt..en.. I>, C.lt.Ct.Mitl. ,
: for the pink paper has "boosted" the pony In delivering. groceries. for G. N. ( ) .| IT41Appllcittloit i
W.. A. Ileiren of Finch Ark., writes, pineapple region for many years. listen. He 1s a tine animal. s'l4 "I wish to report that Foley'a Kidney Ilervey Bower visited his home folks Tax Holiool UI.'.No.:il. for Tax H..d. l

Cure has cured a terrible case of Kidneyand L. B. Sbelton of Birmingham Ala., N. M. Fish has completed his road on biinday. Tfl.nhar alurle ........,,...... ....... lilt 0eiwI.te.l '
bladder trouble that two doctors and F. M. Robertson of Fayette, Ala., work near C. B. Magruder's and has his ,"'1,11. .. ... ........... .. ! gang at work at Ii. W. Mathews' place. Undo Hugbte picked Ills first ripe hauling' pupil................. ......... II""
had have been stopping at Jas. Neat's for ,
given up. -- Under B.... f, Chap 4nnn, Ijiw of rioriils.NOTIOK .
several days but have now returned to Contractor Smith Is building a new mango on Monday. $341110at.0eIa1 IH t1Y.RKnvt4IVKY: TIIATF. H.

their respective homes. Mr. Shelton lethe packing; house for Mrs. Inez Hmlth. Ed. Provost of Lotus visited Mr. and | I Tax Bohool Hint. No 4.Tewihertl v., purchn,.rof Ta xf. '"'".,..No II,
Tibbals.The owner of a tract of fine pineapple It will be a very convenient one when Mrs. C. D. I'rovimt on Sunday uhtries l. .... ..... .. ............. IIfJ oillanlated detect.. the Jn.l day' of Jim, A. Ii. Iwu has
land and expects to plant several acres 'finished.Mrs. pupil ,..... ....... .. ... ... ... .. an "00, Hl..il mid rtilltiHM. \ In my. Odin' and has in" J Mrs. Will Wlttfeld was calling upon Hauling pupil....... ,. ............... M 00 ....tluu for(55 .1..110 issue In .....or.llln_ (r
In pines this year.Fort. with ,law Hnld, uertlncale IImhr."M the follow
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weather for the past week has Scott who hits spent the winter Mendimu Hall and Hughes on Monday |i JHO 00 Inu lUnnrllMHl. property IIlt.lel.d l In linvsrilcounty
with her friend Mrs. A. D. Bald winleft afiernuou. Klorl.U' to wltl NW U if >W K l**. tU
been much like autumn than June. A
more Pierce. for her home in New Haven Con D., on Grand Total... ....... ..... ....... I I.OWHO A. tn K..."Mr. and hi-itln ilia u._. of l'IW' (or.
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of Jacksonville Mrs. Dell Munson was pleasant caller (.INK i'4 of NM j ',. run K tm' ft., /H Ml ft.. W Wl ft 1and
The schooner-yacht Eleanor Tuesday Mrs. A. I.. Bruner and Auntie The contract for build 11 Ing school house N MJ It.. tI.....4,Township M H. Runice W B.
dropped anchor here on Tuesday upon ...MMHl of th
l t th" date *
rim *"III.n.I.elnll a
having on board Col. W. Miss Dora Breeze returned to her home Hughes Wednesday of last week. No. :2, nt Kau Gallie, was awarded to Mr. kmmniHi. of*"nll nertlnnnte In the nain of Ch..*.
evening visit The weather the last few days remindsone here, from Detroit, where she has spent (,. G. K..dt .ne at the sum of fifteen K. Kinyon. l ltnliw.itlil' eertllluatl be r..-
G. Wlnans, who enjoyed a pleasant of the Fall.J. the past three years. She Is now .a full The A/)VOUAT Is. widely read on hundred and seventy-five dollar. ..........f umordiiiii. tn law, tax deed wilt hiatus"
among his old lends. fledged trained nurse. We are all Merrltts hlaud..and those. who do not Resignation, of Mr. C. D. Provost as III..rwon on the lltli il.y or July, A. I>. Iw>4. t
MUs T. Waters of Tlbbali, was in our have her subscribe to It should certainly do so. Witness toy altlelal' ilicnntnr anti, ...1! lull the
Mrs. Sawyer with her daughter pleased to with us again. Supervisor of the School at Georglana, loth day. of .tune, A. I). im' >4.
Monday
Ethel entertained the members at theClubLouse burgh on I A. L. Bruner wife aud daughter Miss was nccep'eil arid Mr. M.: Ve.cy lull( [Crt, r,. "....ll A, A. HTFWAHT.C'lurk ': tt
on Thursday afternoon Dr. Hendrix returned on Tuesday appointed to supply the
moved Kan last was vacancy t-'lroult: C"'trc..t Iirynt County Flu.4t .
Beth to Uallle wluk.
with an unique guessing content which from his trip north. Lotus. where, Mr Bruner has a job of Mr. M. A. Holt wait .appointed SU1)or.) l Hy I). A. Ht.w.rtD. C.
carpenter
was won by Mrs, W. W. Luce. visor for the Wabititso school.
W> J. Tucker baa added two more work.

The severs, shower on Friday night deer to hls'part near the station. Mrs. Cbas. Carrlngton of Bnnaven- E. Vesey Hall has built a nice launch meeting The secretary the was Hpnclal directed, Tax to Trustees requesta Nonce To llldderm.

made the attendance at the Assembly foitu- Mr. and Mrs. C. T. MoCarty were ture ha moved over where the buy can for his own uso. busses Eva and Nellie with the Hoard of Publlo Instruction at -
but those who Were
dance small be- pleasant visitors to town on Monday.Mrs. be near ichool.Mrs. Owens have burped to run It success Tltusvllle, un Krldity, Juno' 17tli,' at ;
nae enough to reach the Club-bouse Healwt propowale' l will lie received, hy the unilnr.IKIMI
fore the storm had one of the most enjoyable G. Bevill has /gone to Lake Park L. D. Tucker after a couple of fully. Miss Nellie has been visiting\ at U ,,'ct'ck p. m., to prepare the yearly '. to IHI|pr..M nlil to tn. llnnrd: of fuhllnlimtrnotlon
weeks spent with her parents. Dr. and Indianola for two weeks. On Sunday Itemized estimate, amt appropriation. of Hrvynril' County at .a. r,KulrnMtlnic '
dances oi the series. Ga., to spend the balance of the sum .. Im, hnl'l" In fltii.rllU, Florida, enMonday
Eva The cltlz and tax tn
Mrs. Capron returned to Stuart, last Mr. Hall, wife ard daughter, Miss patrons na their .... fur
The scientists of Europe and this me week. and Miss Louise Connalta and Messrs. of Cocoa tllstrlof, petition that, l uiornliiK tally 4, II"

country have noted that the beat from The Rev. Mr. Tomktes'beld services Clifford and I.eo Itogero went to ludUn- school' building he reniuda and made TiitNivonriM" : ) aciioor. HLTIMa

the sun has decreased notably for the In the Methodist church last Sunday to Mrs. Carter and daughter Lily of ola lu the new launch, and brought Miss to compare favorably" with the other *follow i iNo

last two years "In fact, ever since the large oongJegations.: Georgians were very pleasant callers on Nellie borne. High School biillillnK( of the county, "odthet.untyliuperlntentl.nt I, )Mini. sail" LnOrang) t.) TltiUTllI' bytloiilil
. eruption of Mt.. Pelee which account Mrs. J. N. Chalker and Mrs. Geiger on Is directed tn "* t.....
may Mrs. A. Unellgrove( accompanied by last The sad news was received last week Nn tty I'olnt tn foeim by dotibl tiwni. p
for the short crop of fruit this Sunday. take Imluel/ate.teps/, to have the request No.'. South 'ItorkVil a t.. 1 sews. .Inor" re.1L t
season aa this lack of warmth was Miss Jessie Hendry left for St. August Lotus and 'of the death of Mr.. Elizabeth W. Clement granted. Nw.4, He. l,'' K..ri flenw .ln.l* tea....
noticed In the fruit belt ine to spend a few months. Brantley neighborhood at her house In Itutlaod Vt Hhe There being further butines.ad-. ] No.ft, Wa,.Uml l"Jn...u "n.| '. u*m.Nn. .
especially warm last and held no
came together Saturday a have In'De s, Tlbbnl sisal Kdeii: to Jensen doable
all over the world during the passed Quite a number of ladles: and gentlemen Sunday school picnic under the large ,would been \17 years of age Jnurnment was. taken to meet 'In special I team :
cember. Hhe had borne
winter. went to the residence of Mrs. Paxton oaks on the river bank In front of Dr.Capton's built an elegant *a.itioo with the Special Tax Trustees, TheMrvlae will' rover sll 14.551 l pnplU. rMliltng
I on Tuesday evening, and took them cottage. This plcnlo was also here about 20 year. ago and spent on Friday, June 17, 11101.I at 2 o'clock p.m. .on the "",IA. pmli-'iUr* a...erlnir e*, n nnn-
many winters here until the death of 'tent will l*> tu..IIIII..1 im alpllc.floG t.. eithermmiitutr
Feet Swollen to Immense Size. by surprise The visitors went well laden In honor of Mr. Tyler's and Mr. Blsbe.'ablrthdaya her husband Charles Clement. After Attests. J. M. DIXOM, of thw .Hoard or County: *mM>rtntmlnt.
with plenty of good things, and a coming on the same day but (t. E. MIMS, Chairman. rtie Hoard reserves the right to refelt| any or all
"I had kidney trouble so bad that I very enjoyable evening was spent. a little difference In age.! The crowd his place death but some she did of the not family return have to spent this Secretary bid. H. K:, At!Ma,Meo'y tad Hup't.Huaavvnture.. FIs..

could not work" says J. J. Cox of Val- gathered about 10 o'clock and after a ---
ley View, Ky., "my feet were swollen to Do not forget to loin us on the 4th of short program by the school and a few the winter here nearly every year. She -- ------ -- ---

Immense size, and 1 was confined to my July. There will be great attractionsfor short speeches he older men, dinner was a noble woman-loved, honored and WEATHER REPORT.By .
bed and physicians were unable to give that day Including races and base was spread and everybody partook I respected by all who knew her. Their -
relief. doctor ball. The band will play popular selections many friends here deeply sympathise 1
me any My finaly pre-- heartily and there was plenty left.
f scribed Foley's Kidney Cure, which during the day; and there will Games were Indulged during the !I with the family In their sad bereave- ReV. Jar It. White observer for

made a well man of me.}' be a grand display of fireworks. noon, and the plcnlo broke up .fter'l,ment.. M -I i i i Weather Bureau U. S. Government.

time to get home before night.
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8UI&.l(4.81"1'08
Worm of All Kxp rleiice .
***T-.| **.**...*.*.**,t****...i.*ta.....*...****.***.. IIIgbest temperature on the 27st 8.0
a 4N( 4'Fir.Tf....#yyir 4...+1'fv..+ftl.....t1M+ftf..4rt..r'frtrt.. Startling Kvldence. Can anything be worse than to feel Lowest .. 1st Otto

** J t. tbat every minute will be your latf Mean for the month . . 7rt.5 ONOUU
:: Fresh testimony in great quantity I Is Such was the experience of Mrs. S. U. Average mean for Z.i years . 76.l'

: .ELECTION RETURNS. constantly coming In, declaring Dr. Newson Decatur Ala. "For three years, Highest II II.. n8l.! 7 ).a ICE BILL!
: I King's New Discovery for Consumption I she write, "1 endured Insufferable pain Lowest .. "Ia 190a. 15.8

4* .. coughs sad colds to be unequaled. A from Indigestion, stomach and bowel RaInfall In (

.. recent expression from T J. UcKarland trouble. Death seemed Inevitable when Average for 27 year.. . . 3-fiO 15T USING J'SAVIN

:* Are hard to foretell, but yon are certain :: Beotorvllie Vs., serves as aa example. "doctors. and all remedies failed. At I Greatest .. In 1800 . 1I.M
lie writes; "'! had bronchitis for three length I was Induced to try Electric Bitters Least 4' .. In 1590 .". O.7.1: ICE PAL
:: e e. of your Insurance In case of loss by tire, -eJ..!.e ::: years and doctored all the time without and the result was miraculous. I Improved Prevailing I direction of wind. . NE

e e if you are Insured In the companies .e *..* being benefitted. Then I began taking at once and now I am completely Number of clear days . . 2'l: tea provia( 01U cooler
e.e Dr. King's New Discovery, and a few recovered." For stomach f. .
liver kidney f.lr . . 2
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: represented bySCHUYLER 4:* bottles wholly cured me.'* Equally! effective I and bowel troubles Electric Bitters Is .f cloud, . . 3 lee .}\e a" clffttacr.t .

i..w .. In curing all long and throat tbe only medicine. Only bra and Is .' days with rain .. 4 \ for belt\d toP QfCl1\
troubles, consumption, pneumonia and guaranteed by Red Cross Pharmacy. days with thunder 13
it & WILSON. -** grip. Guaranteed by Red Cross Phar Island Home Merritt Island Fla. WAITOM.TmiSVUttfU
macyTrial bottles free, regular sizes

::1 Oldest Insurance Agency In the City : : boo and *1. We cannot guarantee to publish KINDS JOB
f The) M Items that do not reach this office before FOR ALT TJ G P. O. WALTON, AGENT.

"ly*** ***** .. .A** a.* .* a ,*. *,..... yoc for the ADVOCATE: f i noon on Thursdays. remember the AovooAT offlce. Tltusvllle, (Florida.wr .
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6 .... .''i.. ., ." 'I:. EAST COAST ADVOCATE JUNK: IT. 1901. /

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I DRY Wafers. Florida, East .Coast Ry.

Aa Improved U..fl laxative, .,
the U.M by I

The dry powder substitute by for all LOCAL TIME CARD No.55. In Effect Apr. 12,1904.NORTHBOUND .

Interesting the 100 wafers Vy I
en tbla Mention for Tltusvllle. ? SOUTHBOUND-READ DOWN. -READ UP.
In application nu t. .* j'
r 1 fl.BB N..21 No.9B 11I..7.
IU TIO..I.
liquid sprny III 'Lawn.. I QqA toiI7. Dally. .U7. Dally.

prayer nnd Is a weed Tb0 fQ.. ......................... ,a.Y !;keonvoAr.................... ..... 86oa
ket with which to 1148.......... ..............enJ'ksonreLv..! .._..................... 84i. II 67p
The MissourI .- In lawns blip 1066 .. ..........................8'-AUlru.UD... ......................... ea. GO
.7 p
Is not Injur P ti Sic ...............................U..tinl. .................,........ 61 .. 6 0/p
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perfected a I.N. i iDT78T and un- 81 j> 1141. .... ............. ...........X.l'al.t.lr.a..:.........."............" 0 U. 'Up

very apt to ., a51'' lliOp .. ......................Ar..Palatka..Lv.................... ..... 610. 61ID
/- :I JJ 11 16. ......................L".l'alatk..H..... .. ........... ....... 00. lOOp II'

to.prac the $301 I lOD ..........................Ar8..ofateoLv. ......................... ..... -eOOa
.... .. .011. ................ ....LvSaaMatoAr.. ...... ................ SSip7OZ
spring

parks every or pri __ .........................Lv.. N4P" ..Ly............................7 118. -e 0111' :
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4/g ........ .Bunnells
of dandelion c. S t 08 11 P 11111' .....,...:......:.:.::.........Dupon. ................ .....;....:.. 16a 86 a p ItS p (
hy W. M. ', S os p P .............................. Ormond............................. 0T. 108 p !6 6Os '
t 115 l' ............ .............. .Da1tona. ................... ........ a6 a a liS P p I,
i* sta p......+.....................PortOrange...... ." .............. 411. I t3 I
I to the usu 18 p ...........................N.w .... ........;.......:...... 6116. RO P
4 I 111 p ..........O..k 1t116.............................. I II"a 81 p p ;t
la very bnd 11 I I .............................Tin"villa..a. SI s 11
tlon to the 31 P ...............................O..ooa................................ a ..I. 1 Itp p I
.. r I liSp .............................Rockledge............... ............. 117. IIlOp !
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and trow. U 1& .............................Eau GalUe.............................. 1 6t. 11 0011 I
It Is very 11111 lI p ............)1..lbo..rne........._................ 144.. 1111. I
: : 108 t 8' p .Sebastian.............................. 13 II'a 11 o0.
crown cut 01 II to p .......... ..................8t. Lurie..is e! 1o lo.
up In Its JI P ............,...............It Plerc._.......................... 10 111 a
118. I io p .. ..............Tlbbale.... ........_................. 1148.
crowns. Tri-Weekly Sailings 9 4s p ... ...........................Eden............. .. .................. ..zlO6p II...
as a pre- R I a IOU ..............................Jen.el\............................... so.
j.iI 69 a 6 II p ..r........................... .8tu..rt.L.............................. oa l' 9 10.
when BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK 117: 064D .......................Hobe Sound.......................... 036p 90SaI47
the young 10P .......... __. Wer4Jupiter............................. .3Iip 848.
4M f / .............:......1.w.PalmBeach .......................... p 8 III.
nit) .the space 168 OsD ................,.... ........Boynton............ ................. 110 p 760a
Renewal Calling at Charleston S. C., both ways) 1 O8 .11 p ...............................Delray..............,..............__. e8 p T 4"a"
110. 104 p ....... ....... .. .....Ft. I.auderdale. ........................._ p .01 P 11118.
NOZZLE- : by nodding/ The Finest in the Coastwise ServiceThe e a'! Up ................,...........Hallandale............................ alp 6 14.
believed to be an ; only a few I Steamships .8. Up .... ................._...Lem..n cur.: ............................ f lOp 8 o.
ordinary nozzle ) may he 100 S Gllp, ........... ..............Ar..lIU.01i..L.. ........................... OOp 1 W.SANFO1U .
.
''powder In a solid. digging: Clyde New England and Southern Lines. .
Jlgare of the cut over' Direct (service Between : ? BRANca. ORANOECXTY, BRANCH.8UTIOIf. .

4 pattern>f It. Tbe for lower cutting \' of the!' Jacksonville Boston, Providence and all Eastern Points. Dally o, .. Dal. De11 o. ; I Daoll;; i, 8UTIOIf.. i.rll o, Drll c.

_ when folded forma (Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) fOIl a Lv....,.... Tltoeville.Ar 11 lOp lOOp 10 lOa Lv.N.8m'rna.Ar: T lOp
SEMI-EEKI.II.BAILINOs s 1113" Lv.......... O.teen..Ar J1 Its 114p Lille I.y. Ioftk. Hel.n .Ar lOp' 10 II'
(C) of the upper If have Southbound.... Lewis Wharf HoatonNorthbound .611. Lv.Snt.rlee..........Ar H 00. 155p 11 811. Lv.Oranae Cit.Ar 001'
Cut along the feeling you and ._, foot of Catherine Street J""kaoD.IU." r a80a Ar.......... .." .......... 1080a 'OOp 114 ..Ar.o)1t"o..L. 1 5'p I4pNo.23

gather bending curving to form the a matter breeding, you Clyde St. Johns River Line. { Sunday flo.11 I _No.I8. I,: XAYPORT flo. No. 20 N..22uses'

Solder the cone to Try Opnuo only. only. D..lly. BRANCH DaUy Sund.y..ni. Defly
,1 ot tin (D) and (' make you (DeHary Line.)
810. ..... ....Lv. .Jack.on.U1e Ar.......... tT '
them for BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE:: ANY;> SANFORD. lOOp IBI" 6 001' ; 46. 1I lop a "p'
the nozzle of the
IOBp'IOU.a 'OBp 82a..80.Joo..on..Ule.. ............ T87. Ullllp
ya ..trip* of tin ((88)), ; Price Stopping Palatka, Astor, 8t. rranoli, Berenford (DeLand),and interuieillata land 10110. "Op 8611.'.. ......... ...Pablo Reach ... ......... TOII.I1I\t1. Inp
Titust tile. Inga on the at.John'* Klvur. 1401' 10156. tlM. ,........... .Atlantlo Beach., ........... TO'.11411a
the opening. This ( STEAMER "CITr OF! JJ\.CICSONVILI..I.' 1110. loop 11110. .. ...,.....A'. M.ypor' L............ 6 .11. 11.0. 2 2to1'
the straight nozzle
I*appointed to nail as follow i LssveJ&WksmvilleSund.yaTueedayeandThureday.I00p.m.:
most spraying UJ ... Returning...". HanforU, M..ndayn. Wednesdays' and FrltlnyH 0:10:: ... m.Ceh'l PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI.
figure D In two and Ololre .
8.'nh." 1turthand
nom
outside diameter of :, \ winter IteaI. down 8CIIEDUL1oJ 1"1( upOt.e CLOSE!: CONNECTION MADI!: AT MIAMI WITH STEAMSHIP OF THE!: P. A O. S. S. COMPANY P0E

.nUhed with the with It : Mao; p. In. ... .. ........... ,.....J.k..llle. ... ........ .... .. _'rr ve I.MI.. m.
Leave 8 46 I'. In. ......... .. .......... .. .......Ika. ........ ................ Leyte II CO p. in. HAVANA AND KEY WEST.
equally Leave a 00... m. ..... ., ..... ... .. .t..r ....... .... .. .. ..... Leave I51 I' m.Leavy .
l off years, 6 au a. ln .... ..... .. ..............8t. Francls.. ......... ........... Leave I no I' m
'VALuABLE lng plants Leave ..... .. ,., .. ...el'8..r.i (iwl..enl) ... ... ..... .. ...Leave ii (00 1.000. Th..". Time Tbler, show the Um".t which trtlns may be exreeted t V < Arrive 8311..na .. .... ... .... ... .... Srntnrd .Leave 11110..11.I. from the several. .tatlo". hilt their nrrlval nr"'..part..... al the I Imes stated I I. not ",guaranreed
V B a nervous A,rive 10:00..m: ... .... ...........Elllul'rl.e... .. .. ...... .Lave lOtH'' .. m. no does the Company hold itself responsible for any delay: or any oon..queD"e arising, th._
Th. I.etch and 'rom.
the tied Cedar: seen. The Passenger and Ticket Office 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonville. .

There U no .are. how- .... .... ....... For Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD Jr Other Information
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.. known M. rRO MON(} :I\, AMC.DAII.' \,1", :204 Went liav St.,.laokaoavllle.'" Fla.
sirability of W.tOCwPiaaJrLocal Frt.Aict. Jackse nvnle. O. P. LDA'KI.L, 8ulle".t.n..nt Jacksonville BEE THE TICKET AGENT."
be without font ,
Hogan 8t. .laokHnnvlllv. Kla.
studied from the ( grown A. C. HAOBHTT Oen'l Kiufn" P.... AK .New York CLYDH! Mll.XH!, (},,". t i"'-rt. Att.( Nsw York. .1 I .
landscape artist of TIIKO.: O. KOKK.': !: Ooneral. MaaaK WM. f CLVI. .'n.. Oeneral AKenta.Cbenel i V ;1, D. RAHNEH, Asst. Qen. Po. s. Agent.. ST. AUGUSTINE: :rf.JLtFor
wishes to Improve transferred >rouili liullillnic. 19 Slate St., Opposite Battery Park. New York.
Increase of'I&IltJ \ at night O. II. WAI/TON" Agent. Tltusvllle. Fla.Atlantic ------ .
or
their flow _.
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point) of the stock (' much stock- of 1. f

that windbreaks .'<) to If '! DCrnOI'1' A/it'Yri4X/

.Is money, the there Is a Coast Line
considered as among; the beat R'y. ttlYll AtD ,
ful and useful tree. b4
A'fpreq
to good ad ,!
{ URA
Tbo Kaunas
from the CI1/CA pwD

secured made just best before Chlcl'F.' naturally.can be The Great Through Car Line from Florida. iIr- 'j 1 1Sr \

clean, thorough
the plants TO THIS EAST.! ;
for with
good growth
( trees. In some / ntpm smoke Over Its own 1'1'111to Savannah Charleston, Richmond( and Washington, thence Louis. ?
This
via the Pennsylvania Hall road. Oh QINND
ly trying weather \ 1 I all. Tobac-
the time of ,, ;
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and
TO TIII'3 'VJ:ST. ,
been very (' / -American The Louisville &: Nashville via Montgomery The Mobile &: Ohio It. R. LOUiJIis / l
when watering III (\ it:1NARR
done thoroughly and
TO THE EAST VIA STEAMSHIP.VI CITY gg

oughly vated; ,as soaked mion as nnd ..... 8,wan nl and Ocean Steamship CompIRV for New York Philadelphia, Bos N.
to stnrdy ton. Via Norfolk Steamer to New York Washington and Baltimore. Via Savannah <
clently dry for you suv- and Merchants'. and Miners"Transporttaloo Company. for Haiti- aorMEMgys
The oldest pines ; more and. 1'hll.idelphla. I
sas college and Larry '
ground, art of In a safe TO KEY WEST: AND HAVANA.Via {e
I Scotch and
Austrian Pnnlnsular: Occidental /Steamship:! Company.
1373. policy CI

Austrian These two poem pines, him. "You the Connection Made at Jacksonville for all Points. D'r'Y' r COLD

nosa and rate of ;
bank so
JtIir.iKA.OI2 TICKETS.
for setting would ."
considerations. The Interchangeable: mileage( tickets Rood over 13,000 miles of among the principal IltAdrn
certain the railroads the southern slates, are on Male by the principal agents.
more nearly ; ) said. .
I regular! ; trunks when cur For reservations and infimn.Ulon. : apply' to agents of the A, C. L., or write,

In small groups, but. : FRANK: U. IIOYLsrOV! : Commercial, Aert.; VV. I). 8'fARITrait.: Pace Agt. SMOOTH RUNSOUTHERN
toe Scotch pine i* ii8Vesr: Miv' /'It.' Astor HulUllnff:, JACKiOVVILI.K, KLA. yy
Austrian la rather II. J\>1. KMKUsOX, Traffic Manager. W. J. CltAI, Uen'l.. Pace Agent. ,
in appearance WILMINGTON, N. C. R

for best artistic _a. _________. _,
Ings* The Scotch( pine

graceful usually and of a less lighter and SEA..JE30.A.. W:: To RAILWAYcKS NYJUZ, ..

The red cedar WASHINGTON. NEW YORK ASHVILLE and
LINE RAILWAY.FOR
AIR
the good; opinion In .
ways been held. and the EAST. HOT SPRINGS. N. C.

seasons the foliage la \ CINCINNATI CHICAGO. I "THE LAND OF THE SKY"
and brown to merit I -
The NORTH and WEST "
"The
green" and although eu Sapphire Country. I
SAVANNAH, COLUMBIA, CAMDEN, SOUTHERN PINES RICHMOND: ,
as they age Incline ., 101._... D..'_... t>Ualnaf CsJOVTHEKM >
4 scraggy growth yet New York. WASHINGTON":: BALTIMORE PHILADELPHIA NEW YORK bellies c.. .__10.
pearance Is such as ". 0. All T..Irue. Tr. ato
come addition to
1 l Two Elegant Train Dally BA I1.WAY. N. P. CAKT. BMrt. ""-c- .. A._.
Ileal>'! Its extreme 10* W. Bar 8t ..,. oJ F ,-14ollo. Pte.P. .
i1 once It U well rooted A. Tres. P.T. at, w........ ...
Seaboard Express Seaboard Mail. to O. C. S, H. "-. .A.. ..-...- D.Co
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as a young tree and 'W.. H. T ,,- A. 0. P.., Atl..q0.P.
grovfji entitle It to a MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT. C J
desirable trees.
ONLY LINE Operating Daily Through Sleepers Jacksonville to New Orleans .. -, ---- ,- ---. -.- - ----- ---- _.. -

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o At the fifth annual For full information' and sleeper reservations call on any Agent '
American Rose ..
Philadelphia. Seaboard or writeA. MalloryLines l

of Natick Mas"*., O. MACDONEM \1I8t. Gen ea... Agt. S. C. BOYI STON Pa* Agt. ,

dent, John N. May JACKSONVlLLEf FLORIDA. .."
treasurer and! 'il
Louis Ry. .. .. .. SPECIAL PASSENGER-EXPRESS
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York city secretary. -- -- STEAMSHIPSLargest i


tural Louisiana society has; now. \ AND 1 EXPERIENCE BO YEARS and. moat thoroughly equipped pantenger team.hlps on the coast. ch/;
LA GRIPPE
man. KelthvIIle La.; -NO OYERC1tOWDLNOIMPORTANT !: \

treasurer F. II. I STATEROOMS ARE POSITIVELY GUARANTEED these '
Rouge, La.Davenport.. t I oo
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"hips, as no tickets will be sold to exceed the number of berths, :
Rock Pneumonia follow. La grippe or the seating capacity of Dining Mails thus
all Individual
insuring
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have formed a trl-clty :45 a in. but .Y.r follow the u.. of passengers
service and attention.
'' .which John T. KM p. m. ;
president II. Meyer : .tocoiul day. 1 Honey T..De MaNasDaaONi @
PASSENGERS LEAVE '
retary, and O. Arp. FULti COPYRIGHTS. JACKSONVILLE EVERT FRIDAY. .4

urer. ." to I U and Tar e.tekh. Aft_ue.rtrn_...."'n.oar..11.openton.....and.derereMI.nr.... ..h.U. ,_.utn.eotMn ." (See Schedule of Ships In Florida Times-Union) .
An Inventory of the d Pr.bablypsunt ( menlen.tam. .
"
ical gardens at the (' Zl itop the Cough mad heals the Inwgl. .tow strictly Old..t wmdd.ntf.L a t.nc" fur RA.d.unnx 50600*:pu.n Prt.nt.Mnl "" LOWEST HATES TO NEW YORK AND ALL POINTS NORTH

1003 shows 11,337 '& ( Exposition rreftDW J Pneumonia and Coiuamptloa. b Petite*.!M .taken., without tbrmtab rLrrre.in Moon to At* -" Including delightful DAYLIGHT SAIL, through the.

In especially cultivation fine. the Ids O. TAoam. .{ in O.coo4 .... Chieeao, .Scientific Jfmericatt FAMOUS "SEA ISLANDS."

Viltoci "Ml wife had Urlt....tUbna- .. .
I < A kanitaomtfy ninitntxxi Illy. 'a r n.t .> tickets sold
For the nest ARt. ,vikk S very *. Rose society has 61. :..a br tit u.wni Jra tractions offered by no other line; diagrams, reserratlns tickets
: : Louis Ry. I IJackaoDme routes ** .... ...pt.sely: etc., apply to I<

the Carnation. society_ _.. ,. Fla. Red Cross Pharmacy. 'rtt: rwam..York ARTHUR W. PIE, Passenger Agent, 214 West Bay Sreet, Jacksonrtlle, FloridA.

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TITUSVILT..E.
CURTAIN CALLS. : :JDltYN MAWlt, PA.
FARM DRAINAGE.* I I.L. I I '
O. .. l>la> .. t
The rod ri m r r Vrs
... .... Ga... Meth.d of Oradlas a ..
SemWer' That Thla Co.etr. .
.. .. ... Cottage, DUe" From m arrwev.In I "'I!'her* l I. un unwritten itxif of etiquette The Mawr Hotel BRYNjMAWR.Absolutely .
conventions
some regions ilralnng I In Bryn
Ni
Mliionit! actors regard to cllr'tuh :
: TITUSVILLE. FLORIDA. have recently been. held and everywhere i eiUlattliut appears to dlftVi) widely .
there seems to be a large and "
ill tiilTeivntouutrles, says a M. Louis
Open AH the Year. growing demand for Information" I UlUll ,

K r!) the subject Farmers' bulletin No. IS? "A friend of mine was recently telling ;: \ Fireproof.) 'J I
Good Board and Attention. meets this the best
waut.by discussing ,.
me about the custom that obtains .
Reasonable Rates, method of draining wet lands and tu.> In this respect lu certain theater. and )d I 'r '
coat of such 'aseful
On the
drainage.
opera, house! In German cities, nod .t' OPEN: .JITVK: TO OOTOHKIl.: For terms etc.. Address. ,
Two door. point of grading a ditch from a survey It U the \ >
r from' F. E. C. Railway; from what he kaytt exiicyy re- :
advice la as follows: Verne of what It U here. Over there .
Station Tltusvllle.; The line anti gauge r method, although the situ or leading player takes the r ,

open to some objection Is more easily; lint curtain call .alone. If there Is a .' LELANO 8TKRKV, Mausuer. ,"
MRS. A. J. SEMBLER, Proprietress. understood by workmen of all classes ecoiul vurtutu cull the star fund associate ','
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of the opposite sex i' "
I i player appear :')
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I I IOK.DINO together on the stage to respond to It, BRYN MAWK,". "rEYN. y1 I

JACKSONVILLE.DDYAL II and should a third cowl from the .uu- _ n __ ____ u :.: .
A I :hence be given the entire company appears -
X In answer to It The customs of
4 MISSING WORD CONTEST:\
B
)ur stage generally reverse thin procedure. ;;

: HOTEL JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Among us the first curtain cull ---r- I.,
Is responded| to by the entire company "
the second by three or four or five of 1 0 1 PRIZES offered for

the principal players, the third by the the correct solution. '
tending man and woman alone, and
,; 1, Opposite postofflce. Centrally located. Thoroughly repaired and re II then If there lire more by the star or = '

,, .. leading player. Tropical Manufacturing Co., manufacturers of the great health'
\ novated. Newly furnished 'This Is of course dealing with the Drink METTO. will all The contest to
throughout. Liberally conducted . pay prizes. opon
subject In a gxneral.way and considering All. It's free to You
.. the circumstances' as those which '
Rates 2.SO per day and up. may ordinarily obtain. Where two or HRST PRIZE.

three players only are concerned In .
To the first one tending In the correct answer we will\ give a beautiful Ufa
B. W. SPERRY the that brings the applause,
Proprietor. scene "
also picture In gilt frame entitled Purity..
why naturally the other members of
Thin nlfltur In vmluilliml of Metto the grout ti the company would have no part In which, 1"0,11." ,,11.0" contain no doge or harmful drugs.

the rt'.p0I18C'Ht. LouU OlobeUemscrat. To the next 5. . . . . ,. . . *1. N. H. O'NEAL '. 5. . . :. 1 quart Metto each
a' 0 :20 . . . . 1 l-a: pint ,Motto each /
Cap ...! Uattvr" Tnrp.BtlBli>.. .0. . . . "h", ..1 Metto Ticket each
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HAS LEASED THE In a bulletin published lust spring by ,
: .
''f the bureau of forestry the claim was IT'S... .... ....YOU I _.)

made. that the experimentslth tilt PEOPLE. .. ....KNOW A GOOD.WHEN THEY.. .....IT:ARE

ARAGON HOTEL J1Y LING AND GAUe4than new cup Hint gutter lI'klh'Uot .turpentining USERS OR..IN.. .... ... GOOD. ... SUMMER. ""j I
hud resulted In an Inerease over" ,
), .. v.
nny other. It consists In netting the old 1 lioxlng system of 23 per cent In : ,
p r
JACKSONVILLE Cue tide I. till In the lilmikIIIMHO
FLORIDA.It out .01.0.| ; '"
a line or tine. wire directly over the the amount of the puxliut, extracted. one word! .. Mob break .1'| I.NAMK. ... ...... ... .. ....?. ..............
Is open on the American plan. Rates $2 SO per day and upwards grade stakes nt n given distance above Thin figure has, now IH-CU raised to tile whale to ui.k.an iiiprnprlnte .ea

The When hotul finished I. being It will thoroughly be /second renovated and put In first-da condition them and parallel to the bottom of the more limn :tO per ....11 t. In other' words.Dr. trace .ulvetttaina. Mttn snit nmll to I*.0.. ............... ........"...............
to In the
none city. New eevator.andnew pros wd ditch. Some convenient distance IIert3' system' when universally' tile TKOriGALM'rU. CO.. j i .
plumbing is being Installed. New and' large sample room being added 1 In the south will have raliv l .
Rooms with bath from May lit to Nov. let, :$i per day above the bottom of the ditch lx adopted llwestAdat..Street. .. County .. .......... ......Blsle. .....:. ......... I
chosen us for Instance four live or the ttirpenttne! production of this country \ Jsoknonvtll, riorl l
six feet anti a light line Is set parallel by more. than a third provided the

WESTMORELAND HOTEL West Bay and Cedar Streets.JACKSONVILLE to the required bottom (Fl.) When the name nI III hc'r.of .trees. are lined, and It jyllemember; the first 101 correct answers r"oalvl"lltet. the prizes, Sent lav.
FLA. line la first drawn temporary stays maybe not only CIHIMCH n great Increase' In tine your answei at once to the .

placed under It to prevent sagging.A amount of tUl'wntinp{ produeed. but It TROPICAL MANUFACTURING CO. ,* ,

gauge rod (A), with a light nrm (B) ,Is a norm I Imimrtant; factor In saving. the ,
American
plan. Centrally located. Just built and .
Adams
opened H Wed hticet,, JACKSONVILLE FLA.
placed upon it at right angles at the pine forests of the south.
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this constant height for which the line Is -- - -- --- -------*
season. Fine, cooking and good table. Hot and Cold Water
set U the Implement by which the .
Baths, Elevator etc. Five minutes from any wharfor depot. All work Is .tested. To determine the
.It height at which the line should be set I 'i

street care pass the door. Rates, 2.00 to $2.00 per day. above each stake (ns C and D) subtractthe I II

depth of the ditch at that point HAVE YOU SEEN 1
Mrs. A. ,
J. WALKER Proprietor. from the length of the gauge or the I

height of the line above the specified

grade. The remainder is the distance r. .
The New Travelers Hotel JACKSONVILLE, FLA. above the grade stake at which the

line should be lu t. As the bottom I. .

='On the American and European Plan- graded It should be, tested by holding ,." .

< Under new management. Newly furnished and renovated. A pleasant the gauge lu a vertical position with '1 t! i
the foot resting upon the floor ((1.') of THE ..\, i
family home. Rates
American
: Plan $:!.OO and $2.50; European SOcts
the ditch. Whf'n the lower edge/ of
and All cars form Union Station the
up. stop at door. 1
line ditch
the arm (tIl) touches the the
II W. IIANCOCK, Proprietor. la at grade at that point. A small level
{ The beautifully located Riverside Hotel, at Green Cove Springs la under the fastened upon the urui (B) will\ aid the

same management. workrpun greatly In holding the gauge
rod In a vertical I position.
1
Begin/ at the lower end to excavate
New Victoria Cor. Main and Adams Streets the ditch. No" grade line need be setup !'

until all excavation except the bottom .
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. has been' done; then set the gauge WALTON BLOGK ?

JACKSONVILLE'S NEW MODERN HOTEL line and take out the' bottom or lust

Everything., new; centrally located; elegant/ suites with private baths. spading to the proper depth as nearlyas ,
Rates: American. $2 to |3: ; European, rooms "Sets and upward., lacy be judged, working backwardand
:Special Rates to Commeiclal Travelers. taking care not to dig too deep.

U. RIXLEK, Prop. Formerly Prop, River View Hotel. When a length of four feet or thereabout .
ban been excavated use the
clenn'ng'! scoop to clean out the crumbs -
OLD SIAHUJIZI GOOOALL, FLA.
and to dress the bottom. While doing

this tile workman should stand on the
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OLD SEABREEZE .
The Seaside I "
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GOODALL FLA. ,I )ri rlIL \ '


Is now open for the summer ae&llon. under the management/ of the owner, I I ):, .,. '

HORACE F. STEWART, Handsome and new, situated on Daytona ir r, I a 1 I IC

Beach, the hotel Is modern in all Its appointments with large airy pleasant I

rooms overlooking the ocean and opposite Keating's Casino and Pier. i

The surf bathing Is unexcelled. Terms moderate.

HORACE F. STEWART, Owner and Manager.NKW .

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Hotel Marlborough


LAGOS 1IA1X TILE IX J-LACB. Recently Patented all Over the World. ,
Broadway, :S6th and 37th Streets, NEW YORK.
bench, one spading above the bottom.
400 Rooms. 200 bath with electric Conducted
rooms. Lighted entirely lights.
and grade the trench by pulling the
on American and European plans and la managed under the persona ; ;' .
cleaning scoop toward him. Test the The Walton.
of the
supervision owner.
finished ditch with the gauge and If ,
E. S. CROWELL, Manager./ !a .
not deep enough, dress the bottom with I .
-- -- --- the cleaner until It la correct. If the '
Self Tackle Block.
ditch Is Intended for a tile larger than I -Locking
KIAMES1IA LAICC, X. Y.
eight inches the grading Is done with
I
.a round pointed shovel the workman Made la various shapes and sizes, of
walking on the finished bottom. '
i WOOD. IRON and IIRON/E. Will
KIAMESIJA LAKE After the bottom of the ditch has work w,11'Itb chain
equally rope| or
I K laID es b ann SULLIVAN COUNTY, been prepared the tiles should be laid wire rope. .
from the outlet up{ grade. Sizes up to
,NEW YO\\t t\. eight Inches may be conveniently laid Will work at any flight, upside down

with a tile Look the workman standIng I horizontally, or at any angle, and. will

111' on the bank of the ditch I atop and lock at soy point
This "New Rockledge" of the North, nestles In the mountains by the.
Invaluable for every kind of bu.loellll.where ,
side of a beantlfnl lake 2,000 feet above sea level. .GoI.... Adele.. I a block Is needed, frequently savIng -

f' First If the roil Is acid or soar apply : the labor of one man or more.Nothing .
Exquisite climate. All modern conveniences. Large! airy rooms.Bowling lime io It to make It sweet; second ifthe .
I like It for hanging( or stretching
soil U poor In nitrogen only I grow
i I Alleys, Golf and Tennis.\ Clover or some other legume which wires.! ,

, has the power to secure nitrogen from Address all communications to the
Most reasonable rates the air; third If the soil I is poor In phosphorus
;
only", apply bone meal or some Walton Self-Locking Block Co t ;

H. R. SHARE! Proprietor. other form of phosphorus- fourth If yA.f.. rr' 1 hl 1
. the rail Is poor In potassium only apply (Incorporated.I ) p'' I

potassium r-hlorlde or som* other I : :
Office and Wareroom, Ito Atlantic Ave. /
form of potanolarn. : fifth always save I
Near Lowe's WL.rElevated Station. '
'
. and use all the barnyard manure yon I v r s ) I } I 1 r r'e rs
THE ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING OFFICE have and also nil. yon can economicallyobtain i BOSTON: ASH. !. 1

from others, awl make liberal $ ---

) ,- use of green manure when necessaryto .I J4 ample Block can be seen at the Are
DOES ALL KINDS OF JOB PRL NEATLY A D WITU DESPATCH. maintain the supply of organic matter VOCATB office,Tltusvllle;and at the store
In the soil.-Professor C. G. Hopkins 1 -
of S. B. Hnbbard A Co., Jacksonville.Call .
ge' OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT University of Illinois and see these blocks working.

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1 14 f?C/! er ({;OjJrb THE WORLD'S I FAIR. WHY USE OLD STYLE BLOCKS

EVERY MAN INTERESTED when you Can buy the best Self-LockIng East Coast Meat Market !

JEWELERS AND SILVERSMITHS, Intei-ratlng Letter From a Former Itenl- Tackle Blocks at nearly the same

41 Weat Bay Street IN PROTECTING HIS PROPERTY AGAINST d.nt of TrtiUTllle. price. NoV l In use in the United G. F. DUREN, Agent.

JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. KASUVIM, TJ 1Ilf., June II, 1004.JJitfJ" /States:: Army and Navy Departments

Largest stock (fo this section of country.. LOSS BY FIRE- : East Coast Advocate: Examine<: them atFritohard & Sons or C'Dpa 1'31: ::

q Established in 1808.v the ADVOCATe office. Tltusvllle. -.
I Intended -
writing
from St. Louts
you
Send for descriptive catalogue. Should Insure in following well- but I was at the Pair only five days awlon rA ate.w.
known and reliable companies. the go all the time, trying; to see all :..................... C->

the sights In a short time. The general pas
THEFLORIDA" I E. Vesey Hall cI: :
Liverpool A London A Impression It gave me wan Its massive -:>> .. I
f OJo"'l fleas anti Immensity This Fair covers -
4 Georgians; Fla. + I I
MOTOR COQ j Northern Assurance three times as much ground as any other + I

l oxpoNltlon ever held. The buildings and t Boat Builder. : : :
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Pennsylvania. ..
Continental. exhibits are so far apart one has to walk I "
DAYTONA FLA miles and miles t 2: tJ -
Hartford ;. Etna. to get anywhere; and O LYFIRST.CLASSWORK.
Carry a full line of..... 'Home. the roadways and walks at present, are
Write for Estimates.
Georgia Home + i I I
There Is deal of
very poor. a great unfinished -
AUTOMOBILES and l TIKES :Niagara.. I Phenlx. work yet and Russia has not I ........NA...HN.N. I TITUSVILLE. FLORIDA.

.....In 'stock, also Fireman's. Fund. even begun to open her exhibit. ,
'IIil' The sound of the hammer the buzz of
MARINE and STATIONARY GASOLINE ; I Norwich Union.RochesterGerman.. .. the saw and the rush of railroad trucksare ....................eN....................NN...>*N ,

ENGINES, 4r beard and seen In nearly every building J F.A. Morgan Proprietor. E. R. Blakewood, Reglitered Drnf&I.t.!
; but still there I Iv enough to sea to i
DTNAMOSJ bJ-- keep one Interested for months. The
\} MAGNETOS rush of visitors has not set in ;yet and
4; BATTERIES, J.\I.IOEt.G-.A..JST: : c*> "VC.A.LTON", the cafes and busloexs stands are not do-

1 VAPORIZERS TITTHV1LLK, FLORIDA.Sole ID fT a nourishing business. RED
j jTITU8VIIAE
The most distinctive features of the PHARMACY

Ili: BPAKK-COILS Agents In Brevard County for the Fair are the foreign buildings, exhibits:
and PLUGSof and peoples. The foreign nations have

all kinds, and are offering them for NEW: YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO. spared no expense In making; a ,creditable FLORIDA. 3
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...w L a"" .. show. Japan was the first to be ready + ;

BREVARD COUNTY COM MIS- pistol No. 04100 caliber '38, was < the when difficulties the Fair she opened Is and considering -A Complete Stock of-'
..crc-T: JE*JL MO3S3S.: ap at present laboring
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..SIONERS.. proved. under she deserves much credit for her PURE DRUGS AND DRUGGISTS SUNDRIES,
'i be following bills were examined and energy. There III a large number of .
They' have few bargains In approved and,, warrants ordered to be foreign people at the Fair and as one I fXr Prescriptions Filled With the

I; KNOX, The Board was called to order on the drawn for the same, this Oth day of June sits on the Eflplanitd, one fully realizes Utmost Care and Promptltude.TBQl ,

:, JJUICK.'I 8th Instant by order of the Chairman.! 1004. General Fiiml. it Intermingled fts a "'Vorld'.with Fair."our English-speak WE WANT YOUR TRADE GiVE US A TRIAL ORDER.

WHITE, Present: J. R. Walker lat District; J. J R Walker Co Coin and mileage C 00 InK race, one sees the gaudy dress of the Choice Line of Cigars, stationery, School, Supplies, Perfumery, Brushes:,
R. Mlot, 2nd District; H. A. Conkllng, J It. Mlot. 10 4' American Indian chief the spotless + Toilet Articles, Shoulder:: Braces Fine Candies, and all other articles kept
k DE MOOT 3rd District; J. C. Jones 4th District; J John F Well U.,June,, >/: 24 23 el no o robe of the British Kant Indian, the i by up-to-date drug Itorel.Irr .
o OKANT-FEKRIS: J. F. Bell 6th District; A. A. Stewart R A Conkllng, II 14 SI quaintly-gowned Japanese,. the bronze We give prompt and careful attention to all mall orders.
clerk and J. N Wailer deputy sheriff. A A Htewart copying minute ...... ..... 6 OO skin of the the furry dress of .............................eeNNN.NN11..
MARINE & STATIONARY ENGINES., I> Li Uanldon Salary Fro Atty. ....,. .. 8331 !! Fblllpplno,
The minutes were read and approved, J Ill-own, jullor .... ......... .......... OH uo the jssqilimn, the long, green; areas ana I -
showing that the Hoard had .. .. ... ...... .
been adjourned janitor .. B no almond-shaped eyes of the Chinese. In -
AU Kinds. ofLATHE from day to day for lack of a A II Stewart" waiting,.accountant on Co Com.......... ............ 3"See) 00 the babble of sounds' that reaches the: E. L_ :t3R.A:: =: dti ::seO: _,

WORK quorum. J pJRrown. feeding rtaon.ri. ... .. ..... BOOH visitor's ear, one can dis'inguteh German
-DEALERS IN-
Protest of John ?McDonald F. Donnelly W8 Norwood Keg. >hloer and exp....... 111 78 French, Italian and many un
A Specialty., Jalraa Lapham against location of Electrlo. Light Co., .. .. .... .. ........ 10 BOA known tongues. Our rocenly-acqulred i GROCERIES GRAIN AND HAY AND ALL FOOD PRODUCTS
1> Penney nalary county Judge .... 28 00
road along the river front, on Merrltts % A. Kefwf), ferryman. .. .... ............ 10 00 people are .at. the fair to full force I !
$ Write for Prices and Term Island between Indlanola and Merritt, K. Jlrowler ', .... .. ............ 10 00 saw the Philippine HOOIIU drill, and listened We handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agents for MAPES FERTILIZERS.We .
was received and filed. Mrs K layman pauper... ........ .... 10 oo to their band l. which is very good. deal exclusively the above line of goods; and solicit the trade of all consumers.
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; The public road as marked vtttwed Henry Mowuian II ................ 10 GOo no It Is composed of 73 pieces, led by aPhilippine. Write us for prices on Grain and all Groceries, delivered at your station.
c; 4 DDL. L. :MO'rxaOPt: and laid out at. Hardeevllle, by J. O. H Haiti l., Oe K.!: L. BKADY( BRO. ,- TITUSVILLE FLA.W.E. .

Fries, A. 8 Dlxon and N. M. FI.h. Is JLewli A llore,, o II :.:.:..::.:..:.:..i::..:.::.:. H BOO/IN" The o-impnnlft ..f scouts arc offlo, "r.>dby _.. ,. ,, __. .. _u. ._, ___,.__u _._________
hereby declared a public road HanTulmiulge II .... .... .... .... 8 uoWm American, and drill very w..Indeert..
Widow's application tor pension of AiKleraou .' .... ........ .... S no I'ho vlllutto of Iif. n>t. "B vltlivd.<< Tile :
Julia A. Coleman was approved. Mrs J C. Johnson .... .......... .. 10 noHamautha are a tribe nf mtva/HX. anti were at Hie I GOLDSMITH
Notary public bond of P. G. Walton ,,0..Ioonlll'lO. ............ ... in' no Fair In their naiveas, IIOIIMPS. and
a. principal, with Geo M. Robbing and ,, lAx Frailer' to. .. .. ......n. .. 8 IN) occupnilonH '1'lielrrhlef J..y j i is Hmoklntr. -D !"1er I -
C. II. Walton Mary haters ............ .. .. H uo tobacco and from
assuretlex was approved.The eatiugd.IRs. iuf.incyup
1I Ham Yonnir .. ........ .. ..... 8 (Kl STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES HAY GRAm FRUIT AND.TITUSVILLTC
Treasurer's report was received M, Flitch ........ .... .: Ill OO they Nm.1kn.The ,
t and checked up. The paid warrant!, Albert Low .. .. ............ 1"111I moitt Wiiitlfnltrt: | of the Fair is \
d turned over by the Treasurer, with bin A. A Stewart mm for pub ... ... .... ... A no the Cascade Gnriieo*-expecUlly In the PliOUUCE. OK. ALL. .K1NPS.
J P. Brown draw .. FLORIDA
and .
report, were destroyed by Commissioners .. II uin jitry.cocfc... u 27 4011 ift/ evening when It l is. Illuminuted. It I U .

Conkllng and Bell 'I'hs Treasurer hadhis .i. & .... of llf. time|. sod
/ Prltchard Bon mdne 0 h and tall 101.1' tin experience n al my -- -- -----------'
usual certificate of deposit attachedto K. I,. Hrailv &; Bn .. ..... 8.4H Indltn River frlo'nlx .xhxiM new it.
his report. a.dCroM..f'I..r".oy" a u'...... 1110 The Pike Is by no mannn. .a .m til feature INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORY.
J. M.<>Ml>an luMnltyca....... .. ... 8 OO
I Petition of citizens of 6th Controls- J.1".lirawII" .. .... ..... ...1...... 8189 of the FdrL'st..f. the at.trlloll.nll,
nloner's District praying for a special A. n. Penney '... ........ ... .. a (HI are only :2.:;>otn., and you certainly get TITUrtVlLLE, FLA.

levy for road purposes was received. K K.C.II Ai W..ac.rllllbtax.eat.'oi;.)rie .- ... ..........................'...... 100 Inn) your moneys worth. Nearly everything/ Is prepared to furnish Ice In any quantity-*>acked or loose. Special attention
.w The same was compared with the regal U. It. Waitermippllestax a ofltoe.... ...... a O.. IN. on a grand scale; and wonderful to paid sacking for Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing Is my motto. .
lar tax books, and WAS withdrawn as a K. 1'harinaoy''' cU .. ....... .. II "O relate there are very few f.iklr shows, T. T. WUrMOKE.I!: Proprietor

Fine'I' Liquors Wines, Beers majority of the taxpayers had not signed H.E.C'.AI.VOVATK". W. II. Drove Co emu" ro'il" etc.....,.......... IS T 21 HO One cann.>t spend a more pleasant ___ ___ ___ ___ ,___ ,I
1 Ales Stout Eta. the same. Indian River State Ilk anal aitu.... .... I an evening at the Fair thin In the Tyrolean
Petition of E. Svedellits Plant Security Hank .. .. ....... .. 7 K5 ,
KP Send me orders! et al, citizensof Alps listening to the 01111110 and drinking
;your A. A. ...... .... SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPANY.
Stewart rep of tax red ... /A noJ. Tin
TITUSVILLE and COCOA, FLORIDA. Valkarla, for a pubilo road wap received t* Hrown l uo OOT ...... .. ........ 400 In the beauties the Alps-and I might
and on motion the same wu L.1)ankeroouuter, lor elk'" ofHoa...,.. 114/ on say, along with your beer for you are .
granted ; and W. P. Arnold, W. O. Wallace W W. Ballard Sep let .IU. no I.......... It no sure to see people drink this. everywhereyou

J. L. l\IOllLEY and O. W. Washburn were appoint. .\1'.II'. B. Cooper teat: "" 4 8........ .......... '1400 100 go In M. Louis. Wood Goal l Coke Brick Lime Cement
ed a committee to lal'k. view and layout W. R. Ito. ,sch 6.... ... It: 00 East Coa t residents should certainly s
the same. O. T. MoHrldtf' .to 9........,. 1400 make an effort to vlult the "Fair an Ir. In :is!
TITUSVILLE, FLA. Petition of Wm. II. al K. H. Arnold 1. ." .. .. .. HI OO well worth their and their 1
et
Sharpe time '
money
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It.6.Harde. II 8 ... ...... It 00 .
ContraoU for all kinds of Painting Kalsomlnlng zees of Sharpen, for a public road win It. L. Brown ... 9........ .. !M) NOM and besides being educative, It Is enJoy- Vitrified Paving and Sidewalk Brick ,
Staining PlnlHhlDg/ and PaperHanging received and on motion the same was U. HMwaril' .' 10 ......... IV OOM :..,.
/ at the most reniiunable priceconsistent granted and N. M. Fish, Fred Black W. Knight II" to" I...... : .. MOO: able.We found the Inside Inn the most desirable -
K. .
l with good workmanship. and A. S. Dixon were appointed a committee K C.V. Hall: ,"' ) N 12 1.1 ::::::::: U\t 0.1 OO I IM.J.II'I.ht place t.. stop IIn. c..I. ulnas Offices foot ot Hogan Street Jacksonville Florida. Telephone No. 26.

to work view and lay out the .> u ......... 1400 I and! oomfortRble-nlhlog elegant! but
All Work on the East Coast same. 'L 1'. R.O.Cronk Tutcn .II, "" lit 1'1'1/\ ... .. .. 18 \11I BO very convenient. J. K. MUNNERLYX I General Manager

Report of D. S. Carlton, cattle Inspeat-;, L. H. Walker to II. .... .. .. 27 OO Tell all the ADVOCATe riadarn not to ,
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Is Especially Solicited. or, was received and filed. W. H. Itohtnaon to .0 in.. .. .... .. 14 oo fall seeing the World's Fair u* It Is !the --- -
Let know Clerk's R. F. Hnnth 19 .. .... .. 1'100 ,chance of The Oldest Bxtabllabed: Grain and Heed
m what you want and Ret my payroll; for State's witnesses I,. L. Stewart' ! estimate on It. Prompt attention at the May term of the County Court M. S...lone" to !2'J. ....... .. 1'101) I shall remain 1 In Naahvllle. until after ,
given to all work. amounting to 9100 wan approved. AllCurlitlannen: to 21.......... 1400:. .1.--..- 1..1..7." _.n.v.q.v....a a..._.......t......,.... .-1......u.. &I 1.,,,"WI.....>. I ? AIlilf
Reports of Justices of the Peace C. T.MOBllde Road Fund O.noral Account. for the Old North State fur the summer Wm.: ::: A. Sours
W. L. Kelfer and J..M.. Sand. B. C.ADVOTArn ailT legal notice....... .. 24 00 Tours trul OO.
William Hindlc era was received. Road fund DI,. No. I. ANNIE PADm8 Y. -

Clerk's report of tax certificates re E.CL.S.Coltmber5,30.... ..... ..., .. 8 OO [Miss Padiilw I I.* the sinter of Mi'*. GRAIN HAY AND GARDEN
deemed F. 1C. Hfiyn road work ......... 4 m SEEDS
TIIT COPPER AND SHEET IRON or purchased during the months T. Johnson seat of contract 4 and 3. .. 7B/ One Gee). M. Kobblns, of TltUMVllle', a .4 f was ,
: of April and May, was received. II .. Boon Maid of Honor a'. Hid I Grand Conforter-
WORKER. On motion Commissioner Veil Is appointed II extra contract 0...:::.:: 10 on ate Reunion at Naahvllle on Tuesday Flour Grits Meal and Fertilizers
a committee to get plans and 1\(. H. OrlflU road work.... ....... ........ 00 last. Ei
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Plumbing Pump Work Pipe Fitting. specifications for a new jailor's real- Road Fund Dl. No. 3. I Y1T. toUI5J 112 East Street
denoe. J.; A.Frle.surveying.... ........... .. .. BOO nay JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
GALVANIZED mON STORAGE N, M. Kliili. work .. .. .. .... ...... 111.1 "3 ..
rout ,., .
Tax Col'ector's and County Judge's; A. N. .. ... ....... .. .. .,.. .. real ARE YOU LOOKING. \It lot'n.i. Feed. Warehouse .rt trucks; of (p. A. L. R'y. and Plant System
TANKS MADE TO ORDER report of licenses, collected during the A. 8. U\.on\ ... ... ..... ...... 1187Ra.l .. -- -, -
month of May, amounting to *,t\!) State, Fund DU. No. 4.

Your Patronage Is Solicited. and $50.7-1: county was received. R. r. Brown road work .... ......... ..... 14 SOH. FOR BUSINESS ?
,'; Tax Collector's report of polls- collected I .'I'. lluglio. .. .. .. ...... ...... .. .. 1400 ,. : ---..eaI
COCOA FLA during the month of May amounting Special lUwd fund' Dl... No.3. r.-.e

to $2., for the 1DOJ and $10 for J. llerndou rood work...,..:., .... .. 19 2B ADVERTISE
the If
year ..
r.'r.8'.11 .. .. .. ...... .. TO IN) you are then < in the
: Stanley Kitching year 1M)3 was received. I N. M. rub. .. .. ..... .. .. 870 EAST CIA,8TIJVOCATK. of Seed-
one the Potatoes.SPAULDING'S
On motion the Hoard proceeded to revise I fen *: Stewart > II ......... .... It 33 most
the registration books and several ]Kloxul: Purer n ......... ..... !DO OOJ widely cl cuUtnl puprr' In Mil Mtate. .
-Dealer In- M Hanbo" II .. ....... .... 878 Your I I Ii
names wore stricken from the list. N Downer 81 OOB.P.ronl money outl.iv will hot small, b- it .
FISHING TACKLE, STATIONERY,CIGARS Application of Henry Parks for a perI :: ':::::::::':::: 400 your trade will be uttcrltlly Inure wed i
mit to catch a manatee was granted. Game Warden rand.. ROSE No.4. $3.25 Bbl.

Tobacco Pipes, Candles Fancy China Petition of W. II. Raulerson et al, citizens /}. Stewart' coin on penult........ ... 93 00 One of Jsokxouvlllu'A. prominent merchants BLISS TRIUMPHHEBRON . $3.00"
j and Temperance Drinks of Tnntl praying that Albert Low r. Koblnmm game warden., .. ..... .... 4000 recently l write 1111 : "Ve Inserted "
The following brands of cigars delivered. be placed on the pauper list at $10. per Fine and Forfeiture Fund. our ad. In your paper for litre months, $2.75Carden'and "
( J. P. Hrowu crhnpr".oooc... .......... IS 28
at $:J.2J per boa of 00: month wan received, and on motion the com on line .. .. ........... n KB as a trial. It has already d ne truths ...0ple.lle FieldSeeds.X .
llumboldt, Key West Smokers, Premos same Is granted. 1)I .LOrulllencony feee ..... ......... MOO I' O.A.
Insert the n.C
ad. >
Cremo Cubanas Petition of Geo. Sears et al, citizens A.A.Stewart' orlm pros ...... ...... sea for another nine SoedsD:1.an.: : : ,
t'ohalskl. of Malabar praying that a new precinct Feeding Prisoners Fund. months." c\ I 114 East Bay St.. Jacksonville, Fla.
Flinch Cards, BOo. ; Hand Made Palmetto be established and that the polling place I.P.nrown reeding prl.. .. .. ......... .... MIlO That Is how live, np-to-date merchants .

flats, :25o. be established at the building known as Board adjourned to meet July 5 I. 1904) speak of the AUVOOATK us an advertising J y93 +t .ftrrl.rat7m.a.+..3.q3 !3 II -.t '
STUART 1 1N
FLORIDA Wabasso Hall. On motion the same Is at 8:10.:: m. medium. I
'1 granted and ordered accord- ,
I published
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Robbins & Grahain Co. On motion the Sheriff Is Instructed to CHURCH NOTICES. e

turn over to D. W. Monroe Co., W. ?: .4 i
\M. Smith, Laura Oliver, Eva Wilson and """ ,
; (Incorporated.) There will be preaching at Mime next -RTrnRJr '
John Itrown
at
two $1S
men month
per ,
;
It and
Sunday at a. m. In the Methodist
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PAID UP CAPITAL !
IAOOO.OO. each, and the women at 7.30:
month each.Petition two' per church In TUUSVIIIA, at 7:MO; p. m. AH .....'-'. ...... '

. I This company owns of Wm. Carlton et al, citizens are Invited to be present. 5 S? "

3LA.. 3ST:: :3D S of Ankona praying that the north Services at the Baptist church Titus 5 := 1
boundary "line of precinct No. 18 be vllle. on Sundays June 19 and 2li. Please GASOLINE x?
& the Indian Rivet Country; On the St. changed to the north, boundary line of note the change from second and fourth ;! !
the 5th Commissioner's District, and to third and fourth Sundays. Bible ,
Lad River New River rI
; lat and 1 on Bay that the polling place be changed to school at 10 a. m. ; preaching at 11 a. m. X ;d

,p Blseayne. Prices to suit the times. White City Station, was received. On and 7?:0 p. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday MARINE : 4
Send motion, the same la granted and ordered evening at 7:30.: All are cordially ENGINESn
for Land List. published according to law. (See page Invited to attend. Howard B. Gibbons 2 2J5.
Offices at Tltusvllle 8 of ADVOCATE. :..:
\ and Miami. Fla." : ) pastor. 1ygf4j
-.- Soldier' application of Plley Johnson t;; :;;
for pension was approved. : ra:
J Hodgson Bros. Bond Uriah Legg; as principal with Shoe Repairing. :

\ James Paine and W. H. Jones .. sureties ;d
to a Colt pistol No. (83(( caliber .K
carry
f BACT QALLIE, INDIAN RIVER, FLA. 38, WM approved. I do all kinds of boot and shoe repairing %

Marine Railway. Bond of Chaa. R. Coleman as principal and do not forget: It. Opposite J... i !

General Merchant and Ship Chandler Conkllng, with as'Y.sureties J. Barker to carry and Herbert a Smith Prltohard Son. AXDBBW GIDlOlf.TltunUle. I'll., THE S. B. HUBBARD CO. s

.Special Facilities.. ft Wesson pistol, No. 16032: caliber 3l 1, '

rot Mauling Out, Storing and Repairing was approved. Are You Going -or-: (-JJ
Bond of D. P. Glbtonas principal, North ? :'
Yachts and.Launches. with L. C. Moore and Q. O. Gibson as Jacksonville, toe
Florida.
H aWRtfE
qS. Keotloa toe .ADVOCATB when wrIUag.'I' sureties, to carry Colt ride No. 6317 Do not fall to get your tickets: via the P
caliber 38, -
was approved.
Bond of D. P. Gibson a* principal, popular Clyde Line, from the agent,' ..' .

:zOLD NEWSPAPERS For Sale, with L. C. Moore and Q. O. Gibson u C. U. WALTON, .. .CA
FOR
Cheap, at: this office. sureties, to carry a Smith A Wesson Titusvllle Fla.' a CATALOG AND PRICES. .






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