East Coast advocate
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Title: East Coast advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: June 24, 1904
Publication Date: -1891
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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LOCAL NEWS -Archdeacon B. F. Brown has been Special' Sale at KJIne'a MEETING OF EASTERN STAR DEATH OF MR. MONROE. AMONG THE HOTELS. i'

rather Indisposed during the pant two ,Monday June 27th. -
weeks. Friendship Chapter No. 11, held a We regret to chronicle the death of
And Topic of General Interest. The ADVOCATB Is now on file at. all
the Juno 21st In !Mr.' D. W. Monroe aged 31 of TI.
meeting on Tuesday, years,
-Supt. of Public Instruction It. E. MEN'S SUMMER SUITS the toe bUilt hotels In New York city.
very the Masonic Ledge-room, Indian River tusvllle, who departed thla life at tlIO:
THE ADVOCATE Mime, of Bonaventure, was In town latest style, former price, $9.00! ; special, hotel Tltusvtlle nt 7:110:: o'clock 1'. m., yesterday, ( Thursday) morning from Where to stop along the East Coast

$1.50 per annum, In advance. yesterday $11.60. See list of hotels and! boarding bouses
'. harp. Al tboug!r'there was special business typhoid fever Deceased who came to
tl.OO six
$2.00: per an. to foreign countries. -Mr. A. V. HlNcock, a well-known SPLENDID QUALITY OF 1VIlI'l'EDuck to attend to, the attendance of Tltiisvllte "l>out two years ago, wait on lit and 7th pages

resident of Georgtano, was among the Trousers; special, $l.lu.CHILDN'S members was not very large. 8everalmatte'a largely Interested In turpentlnn farms Before you leave home for Jacksonville
< notice ads. ten cents
per[iifl line Reading on this page.; are I pleasant callers at this office on Tuesday.Mrs. ((: : KNEE PANTS an endless of Interest came up for discus and was oontlmtilly on tho move-almost read the hotel ads. on our 7th pageso

When you subscribe for the ADVOCATE C. L. Wright left here, Satur variety of patterns, all sizes. special sion, among them that of assisting the night and day-looking after them. that you may know where to stay

by the year, It does not cost youth day last, for Jacksonville, Green Cove 25c.IIANAN'S Masons ot Tltusvllle\! to buy a lot to During a week or so' before tin became,
SHOES the latest style The Hnaslclo Inn, Good all, Is already ,
cents per week, postage Included. Springs and Atlantlo Bench, on a visit build a Ige-ronm.: ; The usual routine quite Ill, ha had. not been feeling well In
toes, regular price, t'UII' > IlId.00(\ ; entertaining; quite a number of guests,
of business been through health and wits" advised to take a rest
TUB EAST ''COAST ADVOCATE Is on. with relative i having !gone ,
$3. .and Manager Stewart Is receiving many
sale at; the following news-stands, at five special, the Chapter closed, and will not moot but, like many others, ht thought he '
-Miss Annie Jones has been In De- All \ orders promptly filled for applications for rooms.
cents : mall\ any last he
per copy again until September. "could 1 not spare the time. At '

1 TltusvHle-Red Cross 1'harmacy. Land all the week, visiting. her friend of the above goods. Probably all the ADVOCATE readers do was compelled to take to his bed; and Take note of the new ad of the Ocean
Jacksonville-Duval hotel. MIIIII Irwlnna Gaulden. She Is JULIUS Kr.i.tE 4
expected :, not know that the Order of Eastern StarIs although he received every possible attention View hotel, Pablo Beach" on our 4th page.

Note date of expiration printed upon borne: to day or to-morrow. Titusville Fla. an organlzitlon closely affiliated with and was oared for by throe This hotel Is bountifully located at the 1
week. This
paper or wrapper every
your Is a receipt for your money. No need -Everybody seems flushed with cash Masonry; and Masons, their wives| widows rhyslolnns-Ir. W L. Uughlett, Dr K.K. ocean beach, with all outside rooms.

for us to send receipt for subscription.The of late, for there are very few subscribers -Mr. W. II. McFarlsnd, of TItusvllle, and diiughteis-who are In good Rollins and Dr. D. N. Cone (his It la owned and managed by Messrs

date gl yes I t to you. left on our msiling list who have not. with Forepaugh: Sell's' famous shows standing-aie eligible to membership. brother)-and two Horses, he succumbed Flournov Klournoy( who will /give

ADVOCATES for sale at the Red paid up their subscription. will be at Newburg, N. Y., today.Mr. This Chapter ha. about 40) members, to the above .IIIIealll1-.alI to I their guests the best table the market.

Cross Pharmacy, TltunUle.a -1\11'. and Mrs. Henry M. Flagler: have Elbert Fronchrr, who has beenat and has been holding/ montmirs the first have been brought on by drinking bad atf ird..

MUml fur time Is and third of each month. water lit tho turpentine .
some pant, now stayIng Tuesdays camps.Mr. I'
-The Fourth of July sports and the opened their villa, at Oilenta Point, and Extensive preparations are row being!
with hit Lit the ulllnrll of thllChaptol' '. Monroe horn In GnorgU and
|parents at Orange.Judge The following are wu ,
big barbecue In Tltiisvillo on the Fourth will spend' the greater part of the summer made for the building of a large five-
to Florida. about U: ems ago He
Is one of the main topics of Interest. there.-N. Y. Evening Mail.Mr. M. $: June has been holding : came ) story addition to Hotel Ormond, Ormomt
Mrs. r M. Scrlmzeour W. M. leaves a wife and tao children, and lite
court In DeLand Mils week. Hili" u- Fla., managixl, by Messrs.. Anderson A
Extra copies of the ADVOCATE nre -: fndI II. C. J. Denham, who *. F. A. Moriian, W. P. brothers to mourn his. sail IOSM. ,
home today or to"mo..ruw.Mr. Prlue. All of the original part will be
printed weekly; for free distribution have been spending: several weeks with Miss Zunlln Slnwait/ Associate. M. The remains. of the iloonaxed left hereon
Mi's.: li. It. WH torn as the old foundations have
among hotels and people In the north. relatives |In Augusta Ga returned to L. A. Brady, who, returned here 'l. nixon, tieiixurer., secretary.John the ;lU: : taste thU (FiMaj ) morning, been away found, to be Insecure, and It will be

-Remember If Intend going TltiiHvllle on Friday night last, much to From Tennessee quite\ III, about two MIMI Kale Stewart, Conductress.. for Lake City, and will be interred In 1
you rebuilt Into ODe of the largest and prettiest
tothe, pleasure of their many friends. weeks ago, Is nearly well, and will soon Mrs. J. Kline, Associate Con. Corinth churchyard\ at four o'clock this
the Is In Titusville
North, Clyde agent be around as formerly.Mr. Mrs. J 'R. Walker, Ruth hotels of the entire East Coast Iya-
and be can secure your tickets and -Miss. Marie Deltenre, the blight; Mrs Oeo. W. Sooble, Ada. afternoon, tem.

berths. roans daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Del- and Mrs. L. C. Brannlng expect Mrs> J. L Curruihers, Martha. hi,: Monroe was one of those happy
Mis Oeo. M. Robbins, Esther. going. whole-aoulod !gentlemen who had Work la progressing rapidly In the remodelling .
tenre, of Sunbeam, who has been on a to leave Tltusvllle! on :Saturday: ; for "
-E. L. Brady & Bro. have had Contractor Mrs. F. A. Morgan, Maishal. hosts of friends, all of whom deplore his and refurnishing of the Bay j
prolonged visit with her aunt In Jacksonville a week or ten dnys' visit with relatives I
Hall and a force of men employ. Miss Aleph Mlms! Electa. sad loss." lie always had a pleasant smile State House, Worcester, Mass., by Mr.
returned home on Monday af- In Groen Cove Spa log.. C. II. Warder.
ed this. week, putting new ellis, etc., In tel noon. Mrs Walton..T. Wetmortt, Sentinel.J. and cheery word for all-comers, which Charles W. Hlpley, and when finished,

their TItusvllle store. -Capt. I' Nelson, of South Tltiisvllte L. Cairiithers, Chaplain.The : tended to make him a general. favorite. the walls alone will remain according to
-Mr. W, 8. Brannlng another has been giving" his. I launch several. I trial will be
-Mr. D. N. Cone, of Benton, Fla., gave Chapter Is In excellent financial The sympathy of Tltusvtlle and neigh the original, for the Interior

joined his wife, son and'daughter, at the complimentary dance la the Opera house, trips on the river this week- trying his standing, the majority the members borhood la extended to tho bereaved thoroughly I up-to-date, and Worcesterwill

Titusville, on Monday evening. Ice cold new patent propeller blades. the that be have to all Intents and purposes anew
home of Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Monroe, of having paid. their dues. family with hope they may

South TItusvllle, on Friday last. claret punch was supplied nil libitum, and ,....Mr. James Paine, a prominent resident -- consoled by the. many happy thoughtsIn hotel. Mr. Itlpley the well known

all present enjoyed a pleasant evening. of St. Lucle, has been In town -Miss Maggie Collins, of Tltusvllle, the memory of bin life. In the middleof hotel man who managed the College
-Mr. R. I.. Pecker will leave Tltusvtlle The dance was given fh honor of Miss Arms. Defan l for several winters.
several days this week, enjoying a visit left, Wednesday, tor a visit with friendsIn life-surrounded by his family with I
to spend tbe In New :;
tomorrow summer Louise Brown who about to leave
York Pennsylvania and New Jersey. was with Judge Jones' family at Sunbeam.Mr. St. Augustine.Mrs. an honorable, creditable and happy past, From June 18th to October let, the
for the nOItb.Mr. .
He will be accompanied by Mr. T. N. W. II. Gregg a well-known disciple J. R. O'Neil, sister of AttorneyG. the angel of death came to claim one of Hotel Tudor, Nahant, Mans., will be open.
C. T. McCarty, a prominent attorney our most popular and best citizens, and for the reception of old and new admlr-.
Decker, wife and baby. of Sir Izaak Walton, who sails over A. Frost, enjoyed several days' visit
and pineapple grower, of :Kldred< with her brother and,lster-ln-law this he surrendered to the Inevitable with era of It. accommodations. Mr. William

-Mr: and Mrs. James Carnell, of Or. has the thanks of the ADVOCATB staff, the broad waters of Indian IU.erI."ke week. She was on her, from Ful- the same\ quiet, peaceful grace: which Catto, who has been making a success of

mond, have gone to the World's Fair for a present of a crate of delicious pineapple Worth and Biscayne Bay every winter, way bad characterized him In life. Mr. 1lon.roe' the Hotel Drlscoll Washington, D. C.the
ford, Dado county, to Silver Springs.Mrs. I
Air. Carnell one of the largest /guava *. Our down-river readers, who In his palatial yacht, writes us that. be genial countenance will be seen no past winter will as usual be proprietorof r
O'Neil said she was surprised at
jelly manufacturers In Florida, and his are pineapple growers, have certainly remembered has left St. Louts for Penetang, Canada, finding so few mosquitoes In Tltusvllle.Mr i more on Tltnsvllle's streets. the Tudor this summer, and will conduct

jelly has a worldwide reputation for ex this office durlnir the past two for the summer. The ADVOCATE fol I On all sides expressions of deep regret It In strict accordance with "swell

cellence.Mis: weeks, by keeping our stall well sup lows. 0.. L. Mandavlfle, the jewelerand are heard In connection with Mr. Mon. Nahant" as heretofore. Mr Catto formerly

R. Marie Eacott, an attractive plied with this. favorite fruit. SEND YOUR MACHINE WORK AND watch and clock maker, left hern, roe's duath. managed the Putnam bOil I., Pal
\ early Wednesday morning, for Jacksonville i,
of Jacksonville is attending orders for Hardware Material atka and Hotel IlatUbun Jacksonville
young; lady WHEN YOU WISH TO DRIVE, call Building where he boarded the Clyde steamer ,

commencement exercises, and Is.the. upon the Titusville Livery, at rear of Etc., to The Oeo. II. Fernald Apache, for New York. He will be There was called meeting of Indian Santa Lucia, the home pines of Mr.

I' guest: of Dr. and Mrs. Riviere, at the Robbins' law office, for a stylish, up- Hardware Co., Sanford, Fl"". away on business and pleasure for a few River Lodge No. (00), K. & A. M., Titus- John Anderson, ono of the genial managers

Blanche.-Lake City' Index. Miss Ea to-date rig. Leave order for vllle, yesterday afternoon to discuss the
your -Over two carloads of self-locking months. of Hotel Ormond Ormond, :iris, has
cote formerly resided TItusvllle. all kinds of double and single hauling. blocks have been sent out by the Walton propriety of expressing to tile sorrowing laid out In lots a number of tbe most

-Mr. L. R. Decker, who owned flv. or Feed and sale stable a specialty. Self-Locking Block Co, of Boston, during -Hon. George von I.. Meyer United relatives the heartfelt sympathy of .artistic little pagoda cottages with J"pan"II"

six cottages in TltuHvlIle, and a fine J, M. O' IIAX, TItusvllle Fla. the past month. It Is gratifying to states Ambassador' at Rome arrived In the Lodge, In connection with the sad names, built upon them, They

grove just out of town, has disposed of -W. Gordon Brown was bidding his know that the United States Army and this country s week or so ago, comingover death of Bio. 1 D. W. Monroe, a member are for rent, and If the people occupyingthem
I the Kaiser 'VII helm M Groase
all of them except one cottage, during friends at West Palm Beach .adieu last Navy departments are recognizing the on of the above Masonic Lodge. Among In the winter would only go aboutIn
sa s the Boston Home Journal Mr. docldud that the
tbe last six months. Who says that night It being the eve of his departureFor great: value of these blocks, which maybe ) oilier. thing It was Japanese costumes. It would adit to
von !Meyer\ and his charming wife o'clock this
property is not on the move In Titus- Likely. It Is rumored as being likely seen l In working. order at 8. B. Hub- Lodge meet In a body at :2 the unique| attractiveness, of these beauti-
have been mUsed from Bon ion social circles the residence of Mrs. Monroe
r vllle? that. he will go further before his return bard store Jacksonville; at Jas. Prltch- morning at ful grounds... The orange; grove.near the
for several, and, we have all the Also
years to train.
and escort the body ,
Considerable amusement wan causedon to the city, and there are also grave rumors ard bnn's store Tltusvlllit; and at this Ormond Is also la fine shape, with plentyof
lead with pleasure accounts of how that the Lodge and Jewel be draped In
of a likelihood of further developments good oranges still on the trees sad no
Tuesday afternoon by the capturing, office.Mr. splendidly they are holding up their social for 30 days, a* a token of respect
roping, handling and boxing of a 12-: foot In the near future,-The Tn plcal and Mrl,Chaa. B. Jefferson, who end-to speak In the vernacular-In crape to the deceased brother. scarcity of grape fruit. Mr. Anderson< Is

alligator, for shipment North. It was Sun, June 22nd. Some say looks very have been at West Palm Beach for several The fortune now In the White Mountains, getting the
Italy. von Meyers possess a There were quite a number of Masons
eventually boxed and carted off to the I much likely( ) It Is a coming marriageConductor weeks, since leaving Hobe Round, panned and know how'" to spend money In enter. present this morning, to 'pay their last palatial summer h"tela-oun' Pleasant

F. E. C. Railway station, TItusvllle, and L. P. Deesz. of tbe Ti- through, Tltmvllle, Sunday, en route to taming so as to produce'a dignified, respects, to Brother Monroe's remains, And Mount Washington shape for

Is now on his way to New York. tusville-Sanford branch of, the F. E. C. Jacksonville, New York, Boston and graceful and notable effect. The King, which departed for Lake City at 11:19: a. the summer season.

Hallway who recently lost his residenceIn Sandwlck, Mass. They stopped over at Queen and QaeenDowagerare' all friendsof Mm. Monroe and
County Clerk A. A. Stewart, accompanied m., accompanied by 11 For Hale.
by his wife, left TItusvllle yester Fulton N. Y., by fire, left for home Ormond a couple of days, to see to the the von Meyers and they go to tbe other members of the family. pe- .
of and
for Indian Oa where they on Saturday last, Conductor, L. Prlteh- packing some furniture. Mr. palace Informally as well as formally,
day, Springs, Mrs. Jefferson will spend the summer For sale, cheap, :2/iOOft.) ltln. and
expect to spend several weeks. If their ard, of Palatka, taking his place on the Sandwich with special marks of favor. Tbe von Brevard county's. tax list will'\ probably 1000ft. a Inch Galvanized Pipe, In good
between Mare and
health and spirits Improve they will train for a few months. On Monday Neddy- Meyers have a handsome house In Boston be published the first week In order Address P. O. Bos, 1""*' ;), Titus

spend the summer, outside the state and Conductor Frltcbard went, out on the bemps, Maine;and will return to Indian. and a place la Hamilton was at the July. vltlo: Fla. 18-St

, may visit Niagara Falls and other places Indian River to try his luck at tithing, River In November. Mr. Joseph Jefferson latter that they generally lived before -Mrs. K J. Blair', proprietress of the
of Palm Beach Is still Buzzards
of Interest In the Umpire State. and In a short while returned with a Mass. where ,the ADVOCATE at going to Italy, aa
:U5 lb. bass and two large, spotted trout. Bay goes Identified with tbe smart hunting set. route to Welako -furnished
-Mrs. Win. :M. Brown, Miss Louise weekly. It will also follow to Sandwich, Tltusvllle yesterday, en Carload) lots will be on short
11> conductor and Mr. William Indeed set
The Messer they were about the first to .
1:, Brown and Master Mark Brown left hereon M... sod other places for the summer.If notice. Prices quoted on application.
went fishing a short while on Wednesday the how so prevalent fashion stopping

Wednesday morning's early train en afternoon, and returned with two b.*., I v In the country all winter. Ambassador we may judge from the many HAriNfl CKATK WORKS,
route to Jacksonville, from which place Oardner Flyer chocks for subscriptions to the ADVO- 15tf: Hastings, Fla
weighing respectively 25 Ibs. and 15 Iba.We Meyer Is a member of Canaveral Club, "
they sailed on the Clyde steamer Apachefor : near Tltusvllle.Itahblt. OATS, received! during the past three
To Grower
New York, They wilt spend the Have Them. FIREWORKS. FIREWORKS. weeks from the pineapple region, the Orange

summer with relatives In New York residents of that section are certainly -
Colored II wheels and Wheel.For .
rea, Pin, Triangle u
Under our plan we can save you moneyon
New Harford, Say brook and other places. prospering. The pineapple growers are
his Pt. Mason Fruit Jars. 1 do. 65 cents Geysers, Snakes, Flags Bunting, Etc., ; your CITRUS THKKrt: with the best
Brown subscriptions
Mr. accompanied family as paying their so fast,
far as Jacksonville, and then returned to it. Mason Fruit Jars, 1 doz. 75; cents Fire-crackers lets frets, lOch, per pack. sale, beautiful snow-white Rabbits that there op are very few delinquents! left reputation behind them, .. a guarantee

Miami to look after banking and other O. K. Prince Stove $IJ.OOD. Cannon crackers 2, 3, 5,10,25 cents each. ; not crossed; pure stock; ami love on our mailing list. of their being true to name, up to size,

K. Queen Stove, tll.OO Sky-rockets, Roman Candles 2e. to '1./0. ly pets. and clean, healthy and well rooted. .
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JAMES PRITCHABD A: Sox. CMAS. A. OARD.IIR Tltnsvllle, Fla. Also one Waltham Wheel, nearly new. IllacksriiUli and Machine Hlion. Our trees are grown on high, pine

Are You Going >North Splendid wheel at half price land, and are suitable for transplantingInto

Doors and Window Screens.. Pineapple Shedding Address, "F," care ADVOCATE, Wheelwright any kind of soil. We have over

Do not fall to get your tickets via the Tltnsvllle, Kla.Jtefrlgcrator. Blacksmith: and Machine 100,000) buds In stock, and will give you

popular Clyde Line, from the agent, We make tbe best-the kind that do We are now prepared to deliver Cypress Works and Horse Shoeing done In first'" a liberal discount on orders for fall

C. n. WxtToar, not sag. They are covered with screen Lath at $2.60: per 1,000; and pecky, class style. W. II. HWAJ:! A; Co. planting. There Is nothing so good as

TItusvllle, Fla. wire, made by the Clinton Wire Cloth heart Cyprus Lumber random or special -- our CONNEU'S PROLIFIC GRAPE

Company makers of the best wire; lengths, at $15.00 per 1,000 feet, delivered For Sale or Exchange, for smaller size. Hhoo Itenulrlnitv. J' UIT.

Cleaning and l-re8Alng- Green Galvanized or Pompellan Bronze. at all point between Fort Pierce and Household Refrigerator, '48x.Vlx-Ji: Inches Write for our Now Catalogue, which

Tbe.best Is the cheapest even If It costs and Stuart Inclusive. Points sooth of almost new, perfect order, cost I do all kinds of boot and shoe repairIng will,be ready for delivery: early In June.

All work done ap- .te. Call and a little more. Stuart slightly higher. ,:.10; will sell for '20. ,'and do not forget It. Opposite J.... TUB OCawWAnA NPBSERIBM,

see me. Andrew Gibson at tbe Parlor East Coast Lumber Supply Co., East Coast Lumber A Supply Co., O. ,. PADDIIOM Prltcbaitl, A Son. AXDBKW Oiaso, ((0. W. Connor Proprietor,)

Barber Shop, on Washington avenue. U-w. Eau Gallle Fla. ] .4.. Kan Gallic, Fla. l1tf; Eau Oallie, Fla. Tltusvllle, 'Ia. tf Tangerine, Fla.


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t. September .. :.r'o' ... 0.23.r.ti.lt.1tf: A veritable,) tempest lu a teapot hot PERIOPICAL AUCTIONS. :Don't :Neglect Your Kldneys.H GENERAL DIRECTORY.

A that not October . . : Or they win undermine health
crop pays may / been aroused, by the aunouncoineut ,soon your
November .. . ...," .11..26 rer the Meirkellaisr .( Live .'_Ie. Those bsckacbes, swollen feet, spots before U. 8. SENATORS.
I pay as well as it should.Potash. hat the Igwrrotett' who are encamped A. 0.... He..e *.!.. and especially the .....: ......... .. .
December . . ... .0. 23. your eyes general J. P. rallaferro. JOaon.ilte.
at th* .t'hlllppliM exhibit at Uu p/ Professor f.; B. PLUMB Ohio College, worn out feeling In the morning, ale sure 8. K. Mallory.. ". .......... .. .." Pensaoola.

Election of Officer*. world' fair prefer dog went us u regular I of Agriculture. signs of kidney trouble. Irvin '* Buchu U. CONORK8SMEN.. .

Auction sale furnish a good opportunity Wafers cleanse the blood, build the Hubert W. D rls............... .. .... .Palatka.
Brethren tlsitlng' this jurisdiction diet. Nor la the objection to this up 8. M.Sparknum..... ........... ... .
Invited taste for canine. steaks und ragouts for iliig of stock. Sometimes shrunken walls of the kidneys, removingthe Wa U. Lamar.... ...... ... ..... ... MootleeLev Tampa.
are cordially to meet with us, cause and the pain with it. Sold at
a special countty auction sale U. B. LAND OFFICE.
I U a plant fi id which at 11 i crop: *mu.t have. made ,by the Uotf who certainly are 50o a box by Red Cross Pharmacy. ..
Is held to dispose of the stock H.8. ( Imbh.. .. ....... ...... ... ..Register.
Without sufficient Potash to Ired upon PAST MASTERS. he pars j: who hove the best. right to surplus w.ti. B..hlMan,... .RecelTer..
reach that howl Tbe criticism Is from those sensitive of a local breeder or two or core such ORIGIN OF PLUM DUFF.. unless atO tneerflleFlorida.FLORIDA .
no can -
I crop breeders combine to bold such a -- LEGI8LA TURB.
point where it pays "",. a .\.. A. Stewart B. R. Wilson. people( who never ate dog's meat, sale. may such cases the How a Famous Itt.h or BsislUh. Sailors E. N. trimlck. Palm Heach.... ... .. .Rea.,,",.
Experiment have des Andrew Froacher! Oeo. W. Scobie, at least ('Ou louMl1. If the stories of lu arrangements Got Its !tame. W. U."_a. Titu.,111e.Reprewnt.ave.EIECCTITE .

;J,, Mendel\ J. R. Walker the origin of most of our civilized sausages and advertising may be left to the DEPABTMEJTT.Wnt. : .
moimtrated the value auctioneer who receives. a percentage There are many traditions. respectingthe a.J nalnici... .._..... .j .... .. ..9..el_.
of Potash. r, Geo. M. Itobbin/, J. L. Carruthrrs, are not all false, however who origin of the tiitme "plum duff," H. Clay Crawford..Searet.ry. of ataM.
I ,1 can of the sales wade und pays for clerkblrt' W. V. Knott.. ...... ..... .. ...... Treasurer.
except a confirmed vegetarian say the holiday dish of Bailors. No
James H. WhUfleld... ...... Attorneytienerah
{ W. will ....d Gee. hat: he bus not devoured his share of advertising, etc. feast on shipboard Is considered per W. N. Bnete..Supt. Public Instruction.
VIGILANCE COMMITTEE.M. But the locnl B E. Mc W n. ...... ..Commissioner A
to Imrmf who Important auction Rricultnre.
any dog In h'la 1 duy and rather enjoyed It morn fect without It. According to the story Alone.C. Croom...... ."..........Comptroller.
wiI! write for II, toot However this. Is not an apology sales are those which are heldperiodically given lu the history of the British Clifford" R. Foster,.... ..> ...Adjutant-General.
Ltd.( book that will convenient John Bradford.. .. ... ........S.'ur-qnel'll1.,
live acts In full n :M. Sanm, C. If. Walton for the Ijcorrotes depraved yearningfor some point navy an English brig In the south Pacific R. E. Rocs, ... ... .. j State Chemist
for both producers and buyers. Such was caught !In a series of awful Office at T tiaj'w.e; ,Florida.8UFRKMK .
OCR>UN: K\LI* "BJ boiled dog. Only we have them on
U. WlUon.. sales ore not very common lu the United hurricanes. All on board were anxious : COURT JUDGESM.
j WORKS our bands, appetite and all. and must to reach 'in tIme. for Christmas H. Mabry.,.. ...........:. ... .Chief Justice.
Htm Vrk91 make the best of It. Meanwhile If States, though they have been established a port F. B.Carter. ... .... .. ... .. .A *oclate Justice
sl d;{ Hassan StrMt-,erAlhxH j FNANCE COMMITTEE. In a few places la the central but the holiday found them still off the B. r. ..,.Ior..r .... .. .. ........ "
they must eat canines, our neighbor
'4 .. I.'I west, especially for the disposal of Navigator Islands. Worst of all they RAILUOAO COMMISSIONERS:

ntt ... Una1 51.itF has one that howls by night that we had shipped a Ilea that carried away Jefferson I*. B.wwne, chairman.... Key' Went.
t horses and cuttle. Such: sales are .... .. .... ....
F pray they may devour speedily. the hencoop containing a few chickens R. Hudson Burr. ",.Little River.
A. Morgan J. I Carruthers.F. *
I sometimes held on the streets or on J.M.Hryan .. .. .. ... "" "I\JUa nlmnie.
When the cook saw the Christmas R.C. o'.elerk. .. ;...........J..Madison.
)(. Taylor. DO YOU the public square of a considerabletown and office
GET UP Headquarter* at Tallahassee
INDIAN. RIVER LODGE NO. 90. or In some commodious stable. dinner floating In the lee scuppers and ria.
i'". In danger of going overboard he mad CIRCUIT COCKT
WITH A LAME BACK ? The animals are offered for sale singly a gallant charge down the slippery Minor 8.Jones. TlInsTllle......Circuit Judgo.
I F. &; A. M. VISITING A VOLCANO.The or In lots us the seller may prefer. J. 1>. BeKKOi Orlando ....._cutiOjr Attorney
i The auctioneer usually receives eitherso sloping deck to recover It, but at that Sw1.g'lRerln-Fonrth Monday In March

ii Party Was Simply Te>e TI.. l t*> Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable. much per head for stock sold or apercentage moment a !great wave rose high over Fall l'eno-Foartb Monday In October.

l>._..4 !.(. .*>e c..,... -- of the realized by the bulwarks broke with resistless BREVARD CWJATY COURT.A. .
Almost everybody who reais the amount fury on the very spot where he stood .D.Penney..... ..... ............COUat.Ju"lle. \
We bud meant to descend Into the newspapers the seller. The cost of advertising D. L.Oauhleo,._..... .. ...Prosecuting Attorney, '
i cruter, but upon reaching toe top crow (s sure to know of thIS wonderful such sales Is usually nominal and and when It subsided cook and chickens A. A. 8te_'......... ... County Clerk.;
a n j u xx cures made by Dr bad both disappeared.This Spring Term, -Seoond May/
eluded that we could nee all that was 1 L f. J li Kllmer'sSwamp-Root. sometimes no special advertising la Hummer Term-Seoond Monday. In August.

to "be seen from there. First one and 1 the necessary, as In, case of the monthly unfortunate accident left tbe Fall Term-Second Monday in November.
II great kidney, liver.ndbladderrernedy.
Term-Second Monday In
then the \other remarked that there stock sales which have been held for crew not only without a Christmas February

wo no need to wake that arduous 'b' It Is the great medical many years on the streets of Iondon.O. dinner but without any one to pre- COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD.

scent or that there was nothing wore triumph! ofthe nineteenth .. on the first Tuesday of every pare an 'ordinary mettl. Tbe sailors R.- -Member E. Mima,Superintendent..Bonaventure.J. M. Dixon chairman.Tltn.Tlle) ;

to be seen down there anyway. Of 1 century; discovered month. Payments for stock sold at were heartily sick of "hard tack" and R.N. Andrew*, Cocoa:: j ".K: ults,8prncebluff.!

course we were not 'afraid. :-0. no; t af-er years o' these periodical auctions are nearly always remembered with longing the famous COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. I

just tired. One of the boys lat down 1, scientific research by made on a cash basis. plum pudding of merry Kuglmid. They I. R. Walker chairman TltniTllle; John R. I
Dr. -:t mer the e.nt determined that somehow Mlot, Inillamila; R. A. Conkllng TillmanJohn
GO> the edge and pnx-eeded to ahoot ... .. they must
up 1 Dent kidney and I.id Bridals A.e. .1. C. Jones, U"ay .1. F. hell, White City. Regular
ri lie aceuery with hU !kodak, while we -- der specialist:! and It The local auction markets held In have a Christmas puddlng'lnt1 drew teMlim* are lda Monday. lu each montn.
; two others wilde a tour of exploration wonderfully successful In promptcurlnr! Great Britain are of considerable Importance lots as to who should be the cook. BREVARD COUNTY' OFFICERS.A. .

f long the summit. Coming to an open tame back kidney, bladder! uric c.,1 trou- ''nnd lire usually held weekly.At The choice fell on the boatswain's D. Penney' Tltnnvflle. ..... .County Judge.!

i TITUSVIUJ-T, FLQKIDA. loW In the wall with a sort of shelf b es and Bright' Disease which Is the worst Kllniarnock.: Scotland periodical mate a brawny son of the Emerald A.D. L A.. Osniiten Stewart Tltuavllle Tltu..lllej.. .,. . ....County Pro Clerk.AU Y.,

running along Inside we entered with form of kidney troube.; sales are held tbe stock sold being : Isle. In the galley be found an old J. ... Wonten Cocoa.. .. ." ...". Tax Assessor
Drr Kilmer's Swamp.Root .. not recommended cookbook. This be solemnly pored' I E. W. Ha11.Tttnsv/lle'gasfoilector.. / .
something of the air of butch
n chicken largely Ayrshire dairy cows and
OFFICERS. for but If John Henry, Titnsvllle. .. .... Treaurer.
everything have
I which, taking/ advuntute of temporary liver bladder you kidney ers' stock, much of which come! from over In search<< of something promis i R. E. Mini. Iktnavei-tura., ... Bnpt Pub. .....:
or troub.e It will be> fun 1' lag but for lack of skill or materials J.O. Fries, TI uivllle,.. .... ., County Surveyor.
''4v quietness, pokoa Its liend Into a forbid lust the remedy you need. 11 has been testec Ireland. From 100 to IM: cows are 1 J.P.Hl'Owa.Tlt."lIIe.. ........ ... .. Sh..rtff.
den kitchen.: If tho presiding demon In so many ways In hospital wot k. In f rivau commonly sold at each weekly' auc- found nothlnjr be dared venture upon. W.8."owoo, l. Tlln.dlle.RefistntionOBlc.r.,

I bad made any explosive remarks we practice. among the he'pless'! ,, too poor to pur tion. There Is a yard with pens for At liiKt he nettled upon n recipe which T1TUSV1U.K TOWN COUNCIL.

should have widened that breach la chase relief and has proved so successful! in keeping stock for Inspection; also two began ")llIk.. u stiff dough, When n. A. Fret. ....Tors VII n Wort.v m.rshsl and

I. }I1Sander., ., -.' '\ M.F. getting/ away. Our native guide told every ease that a special arrangement has buildings about forty feet square for he renrhed the word dough he said to tax: coll-ctorj R. K.: MiulK..;Jr., clerk anrl tray

A.;', Morgan S. W.M us Unit It was all right but be mod. been made by which all readers of this paper conducting the sales. There are in eacha himself "If r-o-ti-ir-h spells ruff F.nrer A.; >John..,,,...Henry.. 1_ A., Nndy tax .'.etanr... J; H J. n R.rod Walker J. L.,
estly refrained front forcing himself who have not already tried it, may have a sawdust covered ring a box for the d- -11-Il.h spells Jn IT." farrnthori munrdorn. the council meet
sample! bolts: sent free by mall a'so'! book ant7uestlaylneach. month.
S. Same, (. : 1. \V. to the front tearing that honor to the tolling more about a auctioneer and clerk and scats arranged So he made the pudding putting In
Swamp-Root and how tc TITUSVILUr HOARD OF TRADE.
< more lu amphitheater style foa-the bid- some fine Malaga raisins nnd servedIt
aggressive Annlo-Suxon. Tbe
find out if you have kluney or b adder trouble: O. .
M. KubtilUB, preHldrut J. M. Dixon, tre.surer
,1 1. )(. Dixon, _; .4 Trt'alure-r. fact la we were all trying to get behind When writingmentlon reading this cenerou ders. Each cow Is entered on the recON out with a generous quantity of rich; .J. H. Resat Mcreta".. Merle iwoml Wednenday --

t ,it,' one another with more or less success. offer In this paper and ., -- by a number and a slip of paper sauce.! The sailors bulled It with ile- night In each month at their rooms.

i J. n. \"alker, it'l'rltary.J. William Uluncburd National Magacine. send your address toDrKllmer&Co.Bing bearing the number la pasted on the light nnd appreciation. "What .d'ye FREE AND ACCEPTED MA8OXS.

q !!!f ; rump. <,nil Itr* they linked. "Plum duff" Indian River IxHltf, Vo.9o. holds. !Irs meetings

G. Black, Chaplain hamton. N. Y. The ;tfl: I, At Kllrnurnock the cnttle are con aid the- proud cook.n.1 plum _duff the month; ftpcoixl at th"lr"1u sod' fonrtL
F. )(. 'ra110r\ .1. U.R. A BESTUS.It regular fifty cent and llonMof...>P-ROOC signed to the auctioneer, to whom the I It has remained from that day to this a t 1:31': n'rloek p m. J.J.L.Curutnrro. W. M.|
r I
dollar sizes /. .
all A.
I p are by good druggists. consignor must look for his pay. No Manchester Times. Morgan Sec'r.ORDER

E. Mhnl, Jr., 1'1. U. \V.. tied: br the A..I.... .e Their animal U. to be taken from the yard Ale made tom the OF EASTERN STAR.
lush Callfoifla. Friendship Chapter t ,>o. II. holds lu meetings
Fussed Pyre.. until paid for. For; remuneration the
fruit used all over tbe land i In the Masonic
to cool and Lodge room TltimTille. on tna
{ j o. n.atoo\ S.: S.A : Aabestua, which takes its name from -L VEItmOUBLES auctioneer receives about 1 3per refresh the stomach and intestines, and ant, Tuesday In rack month JOo'clot-k p. m.;:

a Greek! word weaning/ Incoiubnatlble cent of the amount of the sales. to keep tbe bowels active. 'I be most and o'clock, tbetblid p. m. Tniwiav The following.ro In each month the officer at 7:Jo of

A. Stewart: 1. 8.I' conslsta chiefly vf silica magnesia, These British sales are patronized delicate Invalid can take these wafers t he lodlCll' : Mra. B. R. Wilson worth. matron;

alumina and oxide of Iron. It warn by dealers, farmers, dairymen and for const I pat li 0, Indigestion and all liver S Mr. J. I... Orruthera,.... worthy utianaltar X.tetew.rt.
1V. JlIbert" As Matn-n" i Mra. M. Hcrlmgeotir,
known to the ancient, who used It ali 'butchers. All have an opportunity to and bowel troubles, without fear of Berreuirr; 111,. J. M. DI"..". Treasurer Mra.

I a wrap to the ashes of those inspect the stock before the sale. Some griping or pain They act gently but Julius Kline, Conductress. ; MluZandleStewait. ,
i F. )(. WOoten: )(arlhal.LIST surely, stimulate digestion and hasten Amo." (.un.''...; M n. Oeo. W, 8<' whoso bodies were consumed on the "I/And Th-dfnnl'.Bhebhnaabt of these country locul auction miles In the J I. L. OarnittMT. Roth; Mra l.eo M. Bobbins,
funeral s rend medicine for II er d....... Great Britain are large At Here passage and absorption of food, re Esther: Mm. F. A. Mnriran.' Martha Mis' Aleph|
pyre. It '"'....1 my nn after h. toad spntlorn very; fiesblng the whole body. 100 wafers 25c. Mlm, Elects ; Mr John R. Welker.. Warder
OF MEMBERS The modern demand for thin "valuable 'IU t wl'h".......... It'.all thsmM. ford. England on each "'edneKllaTbuodreds Red Cross Pharmacy. Mr. F. A. J\lul'jlan. 'hal'ln'n' ; Mrs. T. T. Web.;

:. product hat produced a supply r MA RTIN* I |>.......,".-....bursr.IRS C'A'W.OLU'8 Va 1 of entitle change bands, as I j m ore. Sentinel; Mr. (.b.....H. \\'..Itoa. Marshal.

from ninny quarters as far apart as many as 2,000 being sold In one day. ----
Alford, E. F. the If your \liaerdocmi.. not actreg-
Alps and Canada. Its quality U
....: Hast. Jere U. determined by the length strength and) .v fro to,vour 1 irnctriit and CONTEST
Bay leu, George ..vure a pnCK3qe of Tb4.'dford'a A DEMONSTRATION. FARM. .
1 1n' RIa" ..k. J. (1., Chaplain. firmness of Us fibers, which can be so HI..K-lt-Druucht. and l take a dose

Beers, F. \\'. manipulated aa to resemble wool and ton-ijlit. This great family CosnrasmHr wo-; Im Texasi For the PRIZES

Settler, 1. }:. 'to be woven Into cloths, ropes and felted mwli.-ine frvos the conMipatea Beat-fit of .......... 1 0 1 offered for

.. Brown, B..F. fabrics which resist any ordinary bowvl. stirs up the torpid liver By D. BENJAMIN. Jr. the correct solution.
Carroll I, S. W.Carruthr flames.Aa and cuuiifs: a healthy secretion Washington, I. C.-Seawan A.

J. 1.., 1*. M. closely woven cloth or felt it I'U a of TbeUford'i hil.. Knapp: special' agent In charge of the

Chattee Chestier, F.Fred B. tr.. valid protection against Ore. It Is will cleanse: the Black bowel- Draught of imptiritie : farmers cooperative cotton demonstration Tropical Manufacturing Co:. manufacturers of the great health
largely used ns for the work, has submitted a reportof Drink METTO will
packing pistons
Derttenben.Thos. J. / and lit"'I'gthen the kid pay prizes. The contest open to
IHxon\ John M. Treasurer. of steam engines<< and as noncouductin! ners. A torpid liver invites the community demonstration farm All. It's free to You

Dean, K. A. coverings for hollers or for fireproofcements. cofiU, biliotHness, chill and at Terrell. Tex. While the simple tests

English M. E. \ Combined with clay U forma fever and all manner of lickneMandcontacrion. made did not result In any new contribution FIRST PRIZE.To .

"Froacher Andrew, I*. M. the familiar fuel of our gas stoves Weak kidneys to the science of agriculture.. It, the first one sending In the .
result in Bright' disease U believed that such tests are'dt'Slr- correct answer we will gl\e a beautiful life '
Forster. Frank < which burns, but Is not consumed, and size picture In gilt frame entitled .,4
which "Purity.
Feaster. '1'. A. It has proved of special value lathe claims .. many victims able as calling attention In certain
very as This picture Is symbolical of Mono the,
conminiption. A 2:>-ctont !treat health drink
Goldsmith, Maurice F. manufacture of a safety-pa and package of Tb ifor J's lllackI cominnnltrra tbe benefit that would which benettta all and contains. im dope' or harmful drugs.. .
< H
UrrUWad II. as an Indestructible filter for acids or >raiilit should always te kept be dented from the rotation of crops, To the next.. .S. . . . . . ., : . . 0. vl.K( each .

1 Kline, Julius for electric gloves.! -London Standard. I in the Lou.... I thorough cultivation and the Intelligentuse 44 .. 5. . . . 0 . . . .1 quart Metto each

Kyxer, Pink_- L.McnUrl.iT. "I ed of fertilizers.The 44 21)< . . .0. . 0 . .0' .1.:1 plut Metto each
I I.o.Ier' r rt'tt.., 1'..\M.. EARLY TIMEPIECE. Dratifiat fo Ii.Tbedtord.,and k 1ny Black.com- I method employed by the cltl- 44 70 . . . 0 . 0 .1 Metto Ticket eachITS
) sAN plnla,1 tv end .
.hio1r I.zo.l of Terrell In -
tens establishing this -- -
{ : 0 Mini, K. K., Jr., J. 1>. 1'-\\1.1-I.U&
r- i ............
bleheaul. i i demonstration farm are as follows YOUI I
111. :
Monroe, W.Moriran T.. Illns Dial. Which ''' .. t>.tl Before ,,
.'. A., S. \V. the U.r* of the Watch. ((1) Eight I practical I men were selected PEOPLE.. .. ...KNOW A c.OOC..WHEN THEY.. ....IT ARE

McCarty Murray, ,I.Ch Moteton\*. T. The ring ,dial or sun ring was used I THEDFORD'55lAC committee to net as, with nu executive full authority.and advisory USERS OF.........IN........ GOOD...... SUMMER.........
as a small sundial before the days of 0
I McFarlAiul. Win. II. ((2): ) The citizens subscribed a sum of ----. --'-- -- i
t I'.dulson, K. .". Jr. the watch Modern Imitations. were 1 Cat out this Coupon, till In the blank \
money sufficient to guarantee that /
Robbins, Oo. }[.. 1*. M. made \e are told "In basketful by aShetflcki [ contract made t>y the committee would any ..nuts, ono word to each blank space NAME ........... ?.... .?.... .. .... .... ....
Robert, Phillip W.. Tyler. firm about 17X and lu much I be carried out. the whole to make an appropriate seu

Same, M. S., J. AV..Sander wore recent times specimens about six ((3)) One of tbe best farmers In the I the trace adrcrtialng TROPICAL Metto and mall to P. 0 ... ...?.".......... ................. ...... "r
*, Tho II., W. M. Inches In diameter have been on sale la M'FO. CO.. :
Panders W. U.Sooble London Instructive flection was chosen to conduct the 14 "est Adams Street, \
bet. "'., 1\ 11. the solar as time with great toy accuracy: tell D&IUGHT demonstration 'upon his own farm. Jacksonville Florida County.... ..,..... ........9tal. .... ..... .. .

stall, J. A. n* was to follow strictly all Instruction
wbeu the
1s .
sun high.A
i Stewart A. A., J. S., P. M. writer In Notes and Queries. Jan. given by the representative' of jy:; Remember tbe first 101 correct answers received get the poxes Sent In

=Stewart 1C. B. the department of agriculture and If your answer at once to the .
25 1851 describe dial.
8. a ring half an -- -- -- -
=" 'hIlJlerjChU. Inch broad and two Inches lu diameterof the real' It showed financial losses ow. TROPICAL MANUFACTURING CO.
.o TO BE GIVEN ling to changes from the methods formerly
: Stumps, X. A, Swedish make. To the right of Its 14 West Adams Street, .
''I Taylor, F. )[., S. I). small bundle a slit extends nearly a as lss ttimt. T-nl i il' TT eut, _-i I-_ employed! be was to be fully reimbursed JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
Vmilaiullnirhnm( S. 0.I I' s ei.aI0..W... AlwntvMlp. IM, "" rfcanCIt*,<.,*.. out of the fund subscribed -- -'-' ..
't third of the whole leugtu A narrowband .t I CYrrMa. :t. % /r. .na a D.ll.rr. 1
I 1./ .M.I. ,r wMv C ......I "..-6.....;. l thecltlaens.
; 'alk..rJl $ I M. by : .H.S. ::
of.brasa run along the center" of .10. ...., :-__ BI.IVM, +3z. C 0
Walton Chu. H., S. S. iluylw.._-wari --' Mr. Kriapp states that upon the ,
the and the slit.
ring This baud
Wl lon, B. R., r. M. hi covers has hole ;, LEAD: 0FFBa axLOWi foal settlement for the operations of .it. aa8 1\. Bay St.. JACKSONVILLE '. FLA.
movable and a through '
WixHlall, Homer E. i tbf demonstration farm for the
WiMiten F. M. which the rays of the IUD can fall. On. seasonWalter f
C. the
Porter farm
Wilson: .\. K. each side of it letters for the monthsare I manager.
Inscribed, and within the ring announced that he bad cleared $;00 FULL
to these letters are figure for 49 more than would have been made under 41 QTtSEXDRCSS .

Membership, beginning of the year, the hours. ', the ordinary methods of farming IUR
i employed In that section, and he stated f.f" ;
M.I '
Hy a proper adjustment of the brass I A '
that In loot he should work Pa10
his entire
band this flag clock could be properly I Iz ss 1
farm, about 80O acre,. upon the bails
set by the sun at suitable
intervals '
I of the same cultural methods which > PAIA --
STATED COMMUN1CA 1l0NS. perhaps! once month Y ,
| bad been followed. on the experimental: ,! 'a
< plats. Many of the owners of I l P ll
large >
Second and: Fourth Friday Evening of Ca.I... I>es th Ce.l.m..1 FIJI. 'i
farms In that section of tie state made
Each Month. Oxntntndag at The FUUna believe that lu cane a similar announcements.
marriageable! youth or maiden dies
730 o'clock. 1 Hon. E. H. R. Green of Terrell. Tex,
without having gone through with the : '
i be. : Interested. In '
< ne greatly observing ;
nuptial knot tying ceremonyof ,
.\. i. bOQI. tli.. results accomplished oo this demo 1 1'
the islands his her soul Is
or toom ito J (fl7''
January . y;:' ,,:" S.I wander About forever In an Intermediate 6'IHt NEW IDEA nitration farm and his Interest took: >

February . :.... ..12 :N I region between heaven and .-We.A's-....-H..la.- .,..taa.l.. I'I a practical direction when In November I

March . . ...:.y; \...lI..Uprll helL When any one does-man. wow 1903. he purchase! olIO acre

.\ . . . .... S. an or child-a whale's tooth Is placedIn 11"I'.--11I.I ... .. i' land lying adjacent to the city of
C tl' .a rell and at Invested
'A4i-Oo- once a
1 }[al..M;.'j' NI3.:7:! the land of the corpse, the mUslIe : =' M / : .. rey -
fc be = :.. a..b.11. -"t : ... :::.=: amount of money In Impro Ofl

June ...... .. ...., ) O: .. & to a guldspost thrown at to the tree which oat the standsas --.a C-a.w.e ate-r.-.wuvow r..w-.."w.a w-. ..---w with the Intention of establishing ,

July . . .. ;. ,. 8.... that leads to heaven point and the one road that --.. ---...wry e..1.arr.U.w.--sus of the most complete .

August . .. .. .U.6: lead to hell =-....M M..1t..r.w Twr farms In the United States.
for the
Patat Brewing Co.

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'Professional Cards. Notice. Diagnosis From the Thumb Mall ."... and Kloqutut Figures... T-.U Ilrltloh. ) Mtiitluu In Tibet. CIlIrOI'IIlAPruue Wafer

It the latest tli.wy! from 'Chicago 1-I AH u rule statistics are tutu prosaic !( public In.oi-eHt: wl'ru not fastened The great tonic cathartic an invalu-

EO. M. BOBBINS" THK MATTER O** PETITION: oir CIT firovrs true every man may be Ills own I uulntsrestlptf.. but there u"<' times on)ib\ .' tigtitiiu- tlio far cunt, the ter- bile cute for malaria, biliousness, con. J '
G IX>.....of Ankimit imyimt for a change. 'of thl Uynlolun.. According to -a recwit talk when<< figures many, be "'> *..rouI"In\ connection rlbw xLuiKliuof. Tiitotani tt Guru by mluiuion 1 nervousnesH catarrh of thelitonjitehi
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR laM Petition* I...f-rftntxl. anil the bunmlMCM ot l lulil given by Mine. Aumllu Marguerite, with ewulH uiiil l'OIh.JIOIlIl I as tiieJrlt in.I I i... ,. tui.lor Colonel YouugvouM ,
precinct Ire vhanniil M toll.....: II".H, wlnilv and all liver, stomach, and
: .AT-LAW. HagI..InF Kt the lIortb.,.&ooruer of wotlan M. Forwerg to the ProRroaslvw Health to become fairly eloquent cut profoundly liustainut \ luive ii nt a thrill of / b"Wt'lI trouble. 100 wafers 2.;;>c, at Roil _
tnwmihtp! ) """th, rDt| 4'')Mutt, tliftiif cant (u club of that city. It appears that aliuont titipresMtve. t'udII..:iiron are horror; tlu-uu.-li" the civilized: world.Nothing Ciflaul I'hatinacy, TltusTllle.
Will In State and United States Atlantic oc*an thence""outheiwtorljr lonr(:"horof
practice Atlantic omaa Co xmth iMmn.lary of MotionZJ any disease from consumption to enr th\).... which make up "The smtlsttcalAuHtract but atom norcsxlty could justify .

Court. on, .townnhln..'tlon line M t tnnttt<> outhWBHt, ranm. 41 earner eaut,or thence leouim weal 19, ache van be determined by uwrka on of theUnited States lately t'te killing or 4lH II".IM" : ( tueu caughtIn St. trftuln Latest Mnrvel.

Office at TiTuaviLtE' FLA. towniihip. aout.. hUJ.te. 41 Seat. ; tlieno* north the thumb nail and In the patios or on published by the department "f roiumerre n"trap and mowed dnwu bv, superior TIlt: lny !I.< to l.o countod us lost
on rang line to nonth aiit corner nt section I'J.
township 3il xitith, ran ire 40 ea.t; tlionv, went toM the wrists. For example. In appiyidlritU and labor At Washington and weapouit> In ilio banilri ut Suroponu luvuders. which. ,, f.iil to revciil a new marvel for
>utbweet corner of nine_tl..n t2: th,.,,.*. north the '41. LoiilHvoil .I'..
; fair. Concerning
D.L.. GAUI.DEN, ot northwest. 001 nor nf,m....unction;heiioe. wonttonoutbwent the top line of the wrist stand which: tell. of the grviitm'xn of our coun Tlmt such 1Il't'l.tlhlly' existed 1a& <
corner of.etloa SI.same towiwblp np plainly and the thumb nail looks try. not yet iippiirtMit. tunny ut tlicw the wnltlng world' has ,

ATTORNET-AT-LAW, olnrt end range to be;known thence north.. Prwluut to twirinnlnir.No. |I",Hitlii anti pie.tlx rich. lit such a ease the I lecturer ml III area the United States embraces Aa 'time Htudent of geography knows ali-oi ltl l.v 'linil some I nt limit t 1101It ban

Will practice In all the Courts"of; the State polling place to, .IM at WMM Cltjf Mtaclnn.Vnme vises that the nfllcted! one should not S.O.tJUt: ; ) square miles, while the population Tibet Is a territory embracing ,uoarly I been' InM. iimong (other tilings, about
aud ordvrml kemlon thin 10th
open cbvyof '
: ot Florida and the United State. Couru. June. A. I).Itf04.\ wait for any further symptoms! but hart. reached 80,37J.tMH: : ), an compared COt.OH) sqilnre" III Ill,", with 11 u -population the Knnii! ulcer niadt of corn( the

I. U Box.130. TITC8Y1LI.K;: FLA. Attest A. A.: STEWART JOllY R. WALKER CliHlnnuu.Clerk should bare the appendix cut off tin with 7tt.OO3QOO In UHU):: and 1i,- of alHiiii\ 11.00.1100( ( ( > Lii.smi, the "\ 1'11&01111'lrhluHO who proposes to do a -

Circuit Court, by O. A. Stewart L>. C. /l'dlatf'ly.bably.. also the offendIng O47.000 In 1001. The Immigrant arrived capital la the iVHtdeniv 1 of the Ki'iiml thoUHiuiil (minting before tbe fair ,

L Jf WEBB: % (Ct. tt.: Heal.] 17-4t thumb should be removed, although In ItMW were R37.04tl. as compared lainu, th bund of the Buddhists open, tuiil I the troubles over the Igor-;

.. ATTORNEY.AT.AWWLil Application forTax 1)ed.Under on this point the lecturer leaves'us In I with 04S.743 In 11M. >2 and 487,018 throughout/, the \vorhl. lie Is the CUMtixllun rotu dog outers.The '

the dark. In lockjaw. we are Informed In IVtOl. of tlio BiitldhlHtlc siltiput wrltlugM latest ninrvel (mes from the

practice In the Courts of the 7th the thumb falls' In. There are utao The number of mlleit of railway In and of certain alleged secrets lie fertile whltl I 1 tun! HltllltM hand of :Mr. _

and Circuit.rents Taxes and accounts paid for collected.non-residents !Boo.! 8,Chap.4WW,Law.of Florida some minor symptoms such as the Inability operation were 2U3.UOO as compared. Is believed)' pious Iluddulmts to ro- .Moreland of Hliiiwnee. Okla.: who Is to : -

TiTUSVILLE. FLORIDA. : 13 HEREBY 11VKN THAT P.n. to manipulate the luustlcntliiK with :2WU.12: In 1002 and iaS.7tVS In member his. Previous lives and to hara send to; th > expoNltlou n miip of Indian _
NOTIPR purchaser. 01 Tax Certiliode No II. apparatus. but In case this does not 1001. There were (4)0,000.000 paasengers dte..l and reincarnated himself manytimes. Territory und Okhihoinn' made of wood;
dated the:Sod day of June A. 1>. 1903 Inu
D.TIrvsvILL. PENNEY filed laid uertlltoata In my olttne and lias made sufficiently Indicate the I presence of the (,carried In 1003.) aa! compared with en blocks cut to ronrwctit the political
A, with uppliratlon law, acid for tax uertltliwte drail to oinbraoiie Innue. In the acoordanoe follnw- malady the falling In of the thumb I.I Is &..>,130,210; In 1002 and 000.485,700! In The Tibetans attach supreme Importance dlvlsloiiN, t'lu-h divisIon of a different '

A TTORNEY.A T-LA W InK .orll".1. property Kttiiaied. In Krevardoonnty. euro sign. In rheumll U"III. we nre told 10O1. There were 170.CHX,000HH) tons to tlio lini' 'in>(riillllty of their\ sort of wood nnd' Pill'" of a illtTwi-eut
Klorl-lii... to wtt: NW }( of NW W less
ICi A. to rmiNtwr.. and l.eitln. 3U It. H.of NW" Cur.or there are a thin brittle null and a line of freight carried one mile lust year as country as n ,protection. to their nocretwriting color. All the wood urn nntlvo to the ________

FLORIDA. soil X EofNK1.rin';2 n.leo..4, TownHln K im. (t p.,:W 8 8 fljft., Range. W 85 DO K.It across the bunds. Difficulty In walkingand compared with 150.U21.100.000:. ) ) tons )*, and Tibet lias been heretofore country rvpiVNonteil by the map. Tbe _ _

Will practice In all the courts of the 7th Tile,..ali. ( 1.\. Ixilnn, a..ne Hel( at the data or theiHHiiauce a feeling In the Joints that you curried the year before and 14S.030.- save for a few l\entiirou explorers bonier! reprcHonllng the white paper _
of innli rertltlimte In the name. nf Ch..... "
Judicial Circuit. K. Kenyon. Unless' alil certllloat .i hall be redeemed have, been hit thereon with a sloilie 803.000 tons In ,ool. an unknown ....''lIIh.).. 1 In I lit'niotlern on which niii/ |>n one prlntiMl, I III cotton-
scanNing: to law tax deed. will Inane wood. thot tiuiHt widely and evenly dintrlbuted -
hammer alto Indications. Insanity The of merchandIse from .
are world however
thereon on the I Hu day. of July,A. 1>. 1,,(". exports no countriescan
G.A.. FROST, Witness my official .I/I'nlltnre. and teal this the I Is shown by a long descending bend this country In KM,*) were valued at .remain unknown. nor run itny city of weHtern tree It Is fram"Ml

A TTORNEY.A T.LA W 10th day of June, A. D. IWH.Ct line across the {'111m. This revelation f 1.420.141.070.: \ ns couipnrtxl with 1. permanently' hold tlm-lf aloof from the In black walnut with heavily turned .,.
[ Ct. Seal] A. A. STEWART,
Clerk Circuit Court of Brovard County Kin. Is a boon Most folks have a suspicion! 881.710.40t In 11KK2 and $1,187,701.001$ tide of !travel and from the cagoruemt pilaster at the omln, and Is nuttIer'glass.
Will In all the of
practice Courts the.7th.- 16-4t By U. A. Stewart D. c. that about every other one of their In 1001.\ The Imports were $1.023.710.-:!: of men II,) know and record what .is !going The various bits of wood compoitlug _

Judicial Circuit.TITUSVILLR : acquaintances' Insane and now the 237 last year ua compared with $n03.. on In all parts of the earth. the map lire sitwed to show the jl._ _

.. FLORIDA... Notice To lIKMers. doubt can l>e settled by the "long descending 820,048: In 1002: and fS23.172.105: : In Tibet ha. the misfortune to be of grain to the bent advantage highly _

-- bend line." The symptom of 1001. There were 01,301,443 telegraphmessages I great possible Importation both to Itus- polished anti shaped! to conform exactly

G. A. FROST. WADK IT. JONES. Sealed proposal. will be rooelred by the undnrIprned consumption, according to Mine. For- ; sent. against 8D.401.S13 In el"11,1/ to England.; The headwater to the territorial subdivision. shown _

I ,; FROSF& JONES, to be preMenteil to the liuard of Public werg la a long, narrow nail bulbed at 1002 and 83.5M.ir.: In 11H)1. of the YangtHO are In Tibet nnd till on the Intent published map. It 1 I..*
Iimtrtiotloii of Brevard County at a regular
meeting to be held In Tltunvllle, Florida, on the end and ridged slightly. To cure. The production! .of corn was 2,241- BrItish claim Unit the region must be like a U'MNon In forestry to enumeratetho

if REAL ESTATK AND INSURANCE, Monday morning July 4, IUU4, for use a nail tile. Paralysis is Indicatedby 170,025 bushels ns. compared with kept froo from HunHlnn control on,lor various kinds of wood used. Combined i

I :'oanll1ind Collections. TRANSPORTING SCHOOL PUPILS a nail flat and flaring at tbe top. It 2.D23.048.312; In 1002: and l. 22. l0,8Ut to protect the British upheru of Inllnenoo with the exercise of the geographical

f(, TITUSTILLB FLORIDA. an No follows 1, Minn and LaGrange to TltiuTllle by Is so difficult for one who has a strokeof In 1101. The production of cotton In the YaiiKtHO valley In Clilnil Inn II not, It may be worthwhile

double.. tea.... paralysis to know what Is the mat however was 10.727.n5I:: baleH. ns compared propr.I'h.! ..)- also! clnliu that the Hut-. to oeu what the woodworker hall
No.;9. City Point to Cocoa. by double team.
: E. FOSTER I No.a. South Rockiedne! to tioooa' single team.Nn. ter with him that this disclosure will with 10.C80.tl.HO In 11M)2: ami 10.- i Nil II" lou\'t' IIOCH I liitrlKiiliig i In 'l'i bet chosen fur tint Indian reservations of

STKPFIEI 1ATTOIINEYATLAW No..WavelaiiU 4. Ht. Lode to to Fort Jensen, .Pierce' .11I1C1t|single l team.No. teI&. .... be twpeclally welcomed Uy the afflict
,; 6, TlbbolR and Eden to Jennet. double I. The madame also Informs us that heart 200.01)0.000 "ton". as compareil with13,473.I)3 who are" i In the htcmrchy are i Illt..l/lt.t l IVorlii,_linradlne\ ; Ottawa white locust;
Dyal-Upchurch Hulkllng Ju.J tea The oervlce will cover ill legal pupil renldlnyon disease is disclosed! by the presence of ; ). tons In 11M)1.)\ I to ItiiHHliin lntore U. The KIIMMIIUIN Wy mulatto, ironwoMl; Raw black: hick _

( tile route. Particular. oiweriii) each oon red spots In the heart line of the palm The gold\ mltiod WIIM $74.425.340: : as on the other bund. limUt I that tilt> British ory O"nu.'. iiHli; l'III'CIl. burr oak ,
ACKtI() VII.IIC. )FLA. tract will be urnlahed application, & to either
on but she rather heartlessly adds that with ) In the Crock nut!Ion, red out k Choctaw nation,
o. mem tier of th. Hoard or County Hiiiinrlnteiident. compared $SOtXH,000 prn- iir<> procuring to "tll bush a pro- ;
t The Hoard no........ the-Kht( t.> rect| any or all .'most' people who think they have vlous year and $78.111.iOO In 1001. The tectornto' over Tibet. pecai| Chl'knltllou'lon.\ yellow pine
8. BURNHAM' M. I). bid.*. R. K. MI.13, rtoo'y mid l tup't.llunarentnre. .
TVJ. .'1.. heart dlnense are only Buffering from I tonnage of ships built was 430,152 I Somlnole, pupuwt; (;Cherokee white oak.

Indigestion.. tons. as compared with 4i 1<$,!>!.1.' tons In I An American diicbeH' I hi reported to
The report of Mme. Forwerg's valuable 1002 and 4.S3.4SO tolls In 1001.) ) The have dn>pp Ailmlrnl Togo Ims little to sny. IIvlilently .
Ear, Noae'and Throat. disclosures end. here, but there steel made was 15.0OOOOO) ) tons. UM compared wonI',) nt t Monte Carlo. I'erhaps she U tbe Ueruinn emperor are creating. a
'' preforM to l Ipt the other fellow
WElT PALM RKACH, FLORIDA. are many other' symptoms that might with 14.047.25O tons in 11)02\) and going. on the Mtuge and wanted the udvertlnlng. good deal of uiu'iknlnen In Kurope.
ilo thf' tnlklns-provided h. Is able.It's .
be added. For example a crushed 13,473.305 ton In 1001.\ Though ottlolal'' denial are frequentand

DR/JIOUG( nT 1Ii'S condition of the thumb nail. If the sufferer -I These are but a few of the many big \positive there 'U n general belief

Is o woman. Is a sign that she is figures with which the "BtatUtlcnl Ab April( showers! may be a good thIng that the real nature of his throat complaint

FLOATING(: DENTAL APARTMENTS afflicted with the house cleaning mania stract" In replete. It would% I be, hard to for Hprlng llowei'M. but they are rather IH still n mutter of doubt, and

on the "DeiitoH," 1 and has been trying to tack down a Imagine a more glowing, panegyric on rough on the tHllIflll'a1III1..plll1 on mllu- u* his tether nnd mother each died

carpet. It the! nail Is long with a Very i tlie greatness\ and. /growth of the country Ay's new bonnet. from cancerous affection there are

Now AT DAYTON I dark crescent moon nt the end It Is than they furnish. They are figures &grave fear for tile emperor. These' _

an Indication au accumulation of microbes to which every American may if 100 Kewnnl $' 100.' fears have been itrengthenml rather

F. E. BUCK, and other foreign matter underneath well\ "point with pride." than allayed \>y his Mediterranean
I and call. for the use of a manicure The reader of this paper will be trip. '
Stockton A: Budd Buildtoir, MafnHSt., : dark plraund to learn that there I. at least one ,*
set. A In
very appearance -
For Penre In the Ilalknns.
Jacksonville. Room 13, Hi, 17.DENTIST. For << dreaded disease that science has boon
tbe palm of a small boy Is almost M If tile signatory powers keep faith It Is cliiline 1 by a western physicianthat
all and that Is
able to cure In Its stages,
sure symptom that be Jiiis been playingIn with each other. the new Turko-Bul- a tuberculosIs patient can be cured
Crown and Bridge Work \ I the coal bin. Treat with soap and 1 1I garlnn convention which was lately catarrh. Hull' Catarrh Cure I Is the onpOllltl" by singing, eight! hours dully for six I
.ty cure kn>wn to the medical
Porcelain Inlay, I water. To prevent a recurrence of the signed. In Constantinople should bring month This may be so. but the patient

JIIIt ..ela.ll Plate work.WANTBDA f'" ." : attack his mother should plnce the patient peace to the Balkans. Besld providing fraternity Catarrh being a constitution'! who tries It will likely be assassi-
al disease require a
TRUSTWORTHY KSTLK- firmly across her knee and apply for amnesty to all Bulgarians compromised minted by tho neighbors Inside of n
I lady In each. county to manage her own palm to his anatomy rapidly In tbe Macedonian rising of treatment Hall's Catarrh cure Is taken month,
liUKlnaM far an old established lionno of You! and Internally, acting directly upon the IPrlt'nda
solid flnaniial utandlng.. A .utraight' buna Nile last year except persons guilty of blood and mucous surfaces of the system -- --
I weekly. >a .a..,of 91M.OO imlil by chfrk each Monda TIle presence of white specks on tire .
with, ii ecp advanced for Knnlow: ad- rails may 'Indicate almost anything: refugees the removal of frontier restrictions of the disease/ and giving the patient worried "boonimo she left Iloboken.
rirmiMd envelo]>" Manager, 300 ClUttonildg. ., from anaemia to liver complaint. strength by building up the constitutionand
Chlcara on ISulgarlan tra vellDd N. J, Doubtle* If she had taken It
An adult Imagination, 1 Is a prime trade and ..Utlng nature In doing Its work. with her they would have considered
't'OLEYSIIONEYANDTAR the application of the Aus- Tile proprietors have so much faith in :
requisite In this sort of diagnosing. tro-ltusHlan reform scheme. It contains Its curative, powers that they offer One her '11'11011IIort) rational.It '

tops tb.cootf.nd b..!.!.**.. an agreement on the part of Bulgaria Hundred Dollars for any case that It
DRINK falls to cure. Mend for list of textlmon-.
la a'trlenl1 Senator Burton that tbe government will rev.olutlonary b* observed that Bishop
writing to suppress may
isle Address, P. J, CIIKNNV & Co.) Toledo _
of Kansas said of his recent conviction movements In )ler territory O. Hall's Family Tills aro the bout, PpnMIng tins just Issued a (General! _____
that be Is "not a criminal but I This latter provision Is of primaryImportance 'Sold by drlllC"l.t.,7/1o./ t4h.rmnnfri'i1! definition fitI .strike.

added that "lf It all could be. told. Just I and the one most likely to -- ---- ---- --- ..- ----
\ as It .In, the absolute truth It would iin- bi violated. For years the Bulgarian

pall the world." If the Implication In government has. cloned Its eyes to the MASON M. CLARK

this soniewbut remarkable utterance I, activities of tbe Macedonian revolutionary ,

1, confl- has any foundation In fact rftl I good< coininlttpe.. which by the way 110 Murrnjr Htreet and NWI) We > Street, NKW YORK. __ _
D..r. your citizens cannot but hope that Burton' Is as choice\ u gang of trouble makersas

danca.EaaI.Iwont. Th.yhav.n.v.fail n_. prediction, made elsewhere In the same was ever got together.-;; I If It will '

# Sold by all 4..1.... letter that 'nome time It will be henceforth deal with the members of Fruit and Produce Commission I'd erehant.

I9o4a..dAuaI _
....lp.14. r.... known." may prove more than a threat. this committee In ncconlan with tile

4 L D. M,..AIIY 00. I; Hut vbat are these fearful disclosures pledges! of the new convention, there

L.Dstrolt. MiohefOLmIiONEYArfDTAB THE GREAT that are to set the world by the ears7 ought/ to be no trouble about putting/ SPECIALTIES I I_________

It Senator Burton knows of sutU deep the reform Into opf'rrt tJon. The com '
HEALTH DRINK. [Florida iucapplcs) Oranges Grapefruit
dark things. why does be not speak mlttce. however, bus pnbllwliml. HIM ,

out? Why simply be content with fact that It Ix not satisfied with the reforms -
Extra Beans and
\ f.rsUdr.as _f.. _,.. M. .:a"'" rather ominously hinting that sometime proponod and will soonrenew Early Vegetables.
"IN the light will be turned onT Why the guerrilla It will become __
warfare then -- -- -- -- --- --- --- -- -

The Largest and Most Com. not turn It ? If there others Incumbent the
on now aro\ upon Bulgarian' .

nlate Establishment! South. OLD SUMMER TIME why not let the people know their government to take Itlrlll/ mtuud In J?. K.nhlraan: & Co.

names? suppressIng )'/Macedonian disorders

GEO. S, HACKER & SON within Its territory.! :2til Washington $t, I NEW YORK. I __

1/3/ Murray J Street. J f N. Y. _

The number of lawyer In the AmerIcan Now (lint the Women's Humane society ---- ----

congress Is responsible for some of Missouri ha.* dm-Idi-d! that

rather amusing slips of the tongue. "puppy at."." nnd roast log must be Oranges Pineapples -
S When some orator begins what he Intends ,
omitted 'In the future fm-ni (tb! bill of

Is a delicious, refreshing for a glowing bit of rhetoric by fare of the uvnw* .lrll>8 of Igorroten!

M ETTO addressing "Your honor" or "Gentlemen who with tli<> :Negritos ngd others of and Florida Fruits Our Specialty. _
i beVerage majejfrom: ripe of the jury," the> smile on tbe their
inak'e dwellers
faces Of hIs fellow members li 'apt to countrymen up We represent serernl of the largest shippers In your $tate, and wish to represent
Palmetto Berries. free
Saw Absolutely of the Cuartel de Filipino! on the

from harmful Motto queer tbe forensic gi-n before it sees wor"!'. fair ,grounds. the owners of you alllO. Give us a trial sliiphient, KatablUhad 31) years.

--. pernicious, drugs. tbe \light: While these slips are usually dogs In Kt.: r.ouU will heave .1 nigh' of ---- .. -- "
"-CY timnlatea the liver, flashes e Kidneys confined to new congressmen, some of I relief, I
tbe veterans are occasionally guilty. -_ _._ a KttTAHUAlIBI!: IH70. _
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acts:: directly on the bladder. / -- --. --- .
MANUFACTURERS OF For example. Senator Mltcbil' of Oregon ; .
With regard to John I' It". efellef'sdeclaration'
Makes theoe perform their functions when objection was made
organs recently
Doors Blinds I that It U lixelom to strive M. Lane & Son
to the Immediate consideration of one
In a natural way, thereby keepingthe for money, tnuny people can testify ,
Mcnldiog & Building Material of hi. bills somewhat mellowed the : from experience to its truth provided,
system la perfect aDd .beath!! con _
dignity of the !senate by requesting that :
Office A: Warerooms. King opposite you baye to strive oguinut II dition. "tbe case go to tbe docket without

Cannon Street.Charleston S.. C. prejudice." i Uric Acid nnd (OrinolA Southern Fruit and Produce __

canned by the kidneys being unaMst
Even though It does tbe worst of
get ) from the .
properly the Impurities
Sash Weights, Cord aiu I it when tip against the supreme court I Mood. Irvlogs Bucho Wafers are the

the Hill-Morgan combine still barn only sure remedy for tlil' condition; Oo3nQ.mil:: : soion. orohac.to.: : _

Hardware, -Sold by-:-- enough vitality left fft keep E. II. H rriman -' they cleanse the kidneys from all worD
out material, build up the shrunken FLORIDA PINEAPPLES OUR SPECIALTY.
from //imI':,o-an.tchlng the remains walls of tbe '<
Window and Fancy GlasASPECALTY. Red Cross Pharmacy ..:\fhe kidneys and rrneot
of the Northern Securities &*
com formation of the ono acid.:: Slt' 1 at s "
Tltusvllle. Fla. pen,. a. box by Red Cross Pharmacy Tltusvllle Stencils, Cards and oar quotations furnished on application. _____



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I t GET RID OF MOSQUITOES. THE WORLD'S FAIR. Bulldli of Warshl|'". JAMES. PBITCHABD President; WM. M. BROWN, VIce-Presldent. ..

AST COAST ADVOCATE There tore now building; In the navy W. S. BRAMMIMO, Cashier.

j Aa Iui.reeting Exhibit Turds of tl.e; United States government

A great many people are more or War Department, tit. Louis. Mo., and lu the private shipyards of the INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK
*WSSKI.V 'Olll".r. DBVOTBD TO' TBS DBVWbOrMBKT less bothered by mosquitoes, but clo
June IS. 1U04.! country: uuiifr contract eleven battles -
O. TSB IJTDIAjr SITS, LABBWOBTB they try to rid their place of tbe ,
> .. elglit uniioreU vrulMen el bt'prott."tttl
Editor Eait Coatl Adm-calr
_>D kl.cavas BAT SBCTIOKS.' pests ? Mosquitoes are said to be fOUNTY DEPOSITORY.
cruuM-rit jiud number of
a source of Illness-they are purveyors My Dear Sit :-I take pleasure In offering a Authorized capital. IOOCOO
PUBLISHED BVKBT rBID.-.r. of disease 'malarial you .the freedom of the Philippine maHer craft. -An 41 rule, the construction
-even 4
Government Kxpmtiilon: when you visit of all these Hhlps, IM behind time, Paid up capital, $4OOOO

r CHAM.BS H. WAITOH. Editor A Publisher. fevers being attributed to their the World's Fair at St. Louis. It It the thou:.:b t the contract time for their con. Average deposits, $ 50.000

presence New York city Is said largest single exhibit at the Pair, with a aum-tiou U louder than \\r other countries ,
Dlsoontluusnoe of advts, must be made pr to be adopting very stringent measures complete organization of Its owl., including
I .. \\ liy U It that It saould require Transacts General
I &I17 at till' ofllcs or by writing to get rid of them, and we the Department of Publicity. We a Banking .
have now under way a special Press wore time to construct a warship In
r' be made payable to CHAU.EI I ought to do likewise In Florida.
may Bui\dlog\ equipped with dusks, telephones this Country tliuu In Great. Britain Business
.. WALTOM,publliher._ This is a remarkabley healthy state, etc.. which are at your service.! I Years elupxtt between the laying of the ,

v (_r- In writing W the ADVOCATB for' Informs I but if rte can become'more healthy We Invite you to make. this Fair building to have IIlot u big battleship in tills country I 1 Largest and Oldest Bank on the River
your headquarteis at I lie ;
MOD a. tny kind the writer will oblige. by enol ices, by disposing of mosquitoes, why !
your mail! sent In our care. and to call Hud the date when she Is placed In com } Exchange bought and sold on all :Foreign
log a ltam|>od.adlrelUl8d| envelop let us make war upon them. :
upon us for any assistance. we can render mission. It Is. safe to say that If ships Countries. I
I President Darlington, of the New ,. Aw -
BOSTON OrriCt-TUB KAUT: CoAovo YOI of this suave tonuu:1! and !
I OATS hat opened an oftlu at44i4 Atlantic avenue,, York Board of Health, In referringto The Philippine Exposition combined. ': power are rstronsgeappreciated. rro nit service polite
which will l. In Cliude contracted fur lu tills and In and' faror consistent with
oxton. > charge: .o Mr. a scientific Interest for students of poll' country; treatment every con.
O. mosquitoes, : ervanvs banking
Walton. gays granted.
tics, civilization economics and e'bnol- Great Britain at the came time
:r Address all oommanloatlons to "Special efforts will he made la the offy with popular feature which surpass the British ship will be completed and CORREBFONPKNTO I
Phoenix National Hunk. N. V.. Empire State
borough of the lironx Queen and Rich
EAST COAST ADVOCATE. to vital human Interest any of the In commission betore'the American Trust Company N. Y., National Bank of Jack
'rITUI.ILL. FLORIDA.O. mood, where the mosquito pests breed.It Oriental groups. shown_ In other parts of sonville. Jacksonville ria..r .
_., Is greatly desired that all members of the grounds.It ship ID half completed toward launchIns. -
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the medical profession will at once notifytbe'departmeot TUSVILLE: hLA.AU .
r shows the grades: In civilization: ; ,
B. of
Department Agriculture of health of all cases of from the diminutive, Neiolto who i 1s The lies In, lack
trouble tbe
i if -: principal ---- ---------- -------
Weather Bureau-Jupiter Fla. malarial fever which come under their removed from Darwin's
f I! E observation. It has been proved beyond only"missing step link,"-through the dog-eating of ('OIIII'4. Utloli. This baa been so apparent I kinds of Agricultural Implements. AgentsFOR

,i tlefollowingtsa comparative statement peradventure that oases of malaria are and head-hunting Don too, and the Moro, In tbe manufacture of 'armor THE
of temperature and rainfall for the transmitted by means of the bite of the who Is emitting' mod of the trouble that tlie government has bad to hold "
week ending Tuesday, June 21, 1904. anopheles mosquito. In most Instancesthe la the Islands, to the Scout, whoIs tbe threat of building a government -.A.OJ.WEJ:: : :aRROvDV: : :: ,
-100.- -1903- occurrence of a case of malarial feverIn a regular In the United States Army ter
; armor plant over tbe beads of the private -
certain tbe existence : 15
a locality means
MAX. MIIT. MAX. IItlf. and the Vlsay an, who weaves fabrics of
15 84 '71 83 7)1 of a breeding place of the anopheles great beauty. manufacturers of armor to pre : :

16 85 70 83 74DATB. close by. One baa only to visit these natives vent their. entering Into a combination CI5o .w 09

17 8(1 74 84 74 It Is now a part of tbe routine work of and watch their tribal dances, to study to put up the price of armor to probILIU'"e
18 85 Ol 85 78 he: department of health to make free the men and women at work, or witness : The !
tljfure latest naval : fall
1U2O 84 6\\) 8(1( 77 microscopical examination of the blood a dog feast, to realize their primitive appropriation "az ,
8tt '77 84 74 of the malarial parasites and any physician character and then to pass on to the i bill carries an Item of $..,- ti

,I 21 85 '74 81 73 can have such aorexamlnatlon made ConetabuiarJ-the{ beginning the aim; 000.000) to be used by the secretary of K

r Total rainfall for the week: 2.01 on request. of the Philippines-representatives\ of ] the navy In the erection of an armor V O
Departure from normal rainfall for the Mosquitoes require for their development many tribes hostile to each other, but In O
plate factory case armor cannot besccurcd
week: pus' 1.:Inches.. Departurefrom from the egg stagnant water outside brought together! harmonized by the 5
normal rainfall .Inoe January 1, or loHlde the house. A single crop uniform they _wear and I the tlig'tho> !! for ships at u fair and eijuitaule "Osi
minus 2.00 lao bee., soon dies and disappears. unless. the female salute. price>> and this threat I III expectedlu -
HAL. P. HABDIM Observer. finds water on which her eggs mae < Th, (
l'hllipplneETtsu.ltloo watnigm' u' measure to prevent tbe private cor .
> laid. In order to prevent therefore. Ized show has been
10 what done, and :;J
--- --- ---------- -- from the
he b eedlng of mosquitoes no water portions "holding up" government ""
; re"MvMtCBrk e.ewi
.what Is be 1 11 if done III the lslauds. S
JUDGE PAHCK U I furnished at once inside or outside the house, should be If you. will c ill upon me at this Expo In the price of an article which .

I with the splendid equipment of a allowed to stand uncovered whose mow 1111 I lon, shall lio iflxd to supply you with tL ? Kovrrnniftit must bu vet11u.'OlItrllctll

blameless life', and established! fame lultoes can breed. passe. ; and If at any 'Ime you want for building large shipsIn
Where tanks, cisterns, wells or springs general, Inf.umaNnn itbout. the exhibitfor THE GEO. H. FERNALD HARDWARE CO.
and tbe prestige of a great office. hale country usually cull for completion -
mutt be had to supply waif, the open- the AnvooATK: or species 1II'll&t' f Sanford Florida.
1 It Is hardly possible that be couldfail logs to them should oowiml. with wire articles, I can liiiulsh them ro vnu five I of the ships In about forty months

to make a President of whom Iauze; When neillin dmlnaxe nor covering ot charge. I but this Unit 'ta Huently.[ If uot.usuiill.v. -

the country would be proud. Is possible, a .ihlu film of kerosene Your very truly, extended for one reason or nn-
oil should be nffuHil over the surfaoe.Thiachecks -=
IlKlinKUT: >.<"1uSt. otl.iT to about fire In certain .
and kill. the larvae. One -
1 ----- ------ Chief, DetMrtiiifii'. I* loluilly -- :---: -
ounce of oil Is sufficient to cover fifteen types of slips lu coiiMtHjuence. tbe vessel :
1 SATURDAY, Jule 2nd, hat been of. Philippine Uovuriiinunt. KnpiMl, I Ion.
t square feet Tdo oil, owing to evaporation U utmost obsolete at tbe time of
r floially designated aa Florida Jay, should be renewed liver
every launching mid In went tbe material W A ME Co11P
at the World's Fair, and a large > six days during; warm weather.It THANKS THE VOTERS. any JAY
of which tie ls built has deterlo-
Is desired that atnndan *
\ number of Floridians expect to attend any --
water may, be dealt with as above rut Hl greatly during tbe long period ILA. --
1 on that occasion,' There is To the people of the Kant. c,,.'Kt "f -
j outlined; or information at once furnish- lu which she! la lying on the stocks and
prospect of Governor Jennings and ed the Hoard of Health of Its locality Florida : .
I wish 10 to all! of lilumli us\alt iu;: iUlpluent| after launching. DE IJ1OGE
i convey
his staiT being present on Florida hat I It may be Inspected, and a legal remedy my
If possible, be applied against Its in the> State:! this expression of my pro The \'t'I'l1loe: -ttv of a warship Is twenty -
._ ._._ continuance as a menace to health and found appreciation of their iimum and y(*|,1 irx. and after that time baa x CiA
-- ------
zealous suppoit. Their loyalty Ui
1 OUR northern friends, who Intend comfort, __-_____-__.._. __-______ personally, their high rOIlIt.d tor! cle pie>ti i'll she Is c-oQslderetl obsolete unleHS -

changing their place of abode, method. Rod I their putrlotlc! devotion' t<, practically. reconstructed. The
J CONSERVATISM IN POLITICS. the principles of true Dom.xjnii'y HIM a rliuc i-ousiiuied In building, therefore
would do well
to come to Indian
source of deep !suit Ian Ing .
gruiltlcinioil.To ono-tifth of the life of the ship from
.1 River, Florida, for you may hunt allover my many friend aitMiig'" the newspaper
j the Southland not find a place There is unmistakable signs muni- men, I am esi,>erl.ily gtnleful. the: date of the drying of her keel. Hay, Grain Flour, Meal, Grits,
They fought the b.utla, valiantly anti Tit II. IN n mutter that could and
:; where you can mata a living easier tested by the democrats of all buta

q -that Is, If you will do a little few states of tbe Union that the presented before the Issue their r ami".I"IK.the truth Tlixy born c'>ostantly should the b<> corrected with the by. tbe secretaryof JLslmo.: : : C3oiaa.oia.-t: : :, _};to.: ,

I II{ "bustling." In this section of Bra. coming: national convention will be with tidnilerable 1 patience. and f.u itu.lu navy assistance of conKIVHS.
Weight and Quality Guaranteed
: n lid the work of correction should -
ward county we have some of the governed by common sense and the assaults upon their Intcitilty, and,

finest land In the State: for orange conservatism not only In the adop by their Intelligent and ju.iloun work be Lemtui. at oucc. ---- .- --- -- --- -------
contributed ,
and vegetable growing. If you are tlon of a platform, but In the aeleo ult. materially to the decisive ie- Dc or 4a.nddPizi: C.gv' FroXJ:1cs.:

anything of a farmer, you certainly tlon of candidates. The eligibility While thanking my filciids. 1 desire toassure bloody and the General StaflT.

should examine the land In the and the availability of Judge Parkerare ) all of our people, sob' hoot regard Secretary Jlootly-g guarded references We are making hundred of frames every' month for the leading ;contractora,

neighborhood of Titusville. conceded, and there now remains to any past political no rancor In he. .thai. I la Our latest Improvement Is .
my -rt, my nomination .. .
slight doubt of his nomina. I pr J H-t of II staff for the
_. fenet',11 navy
--- -- -- -- for a sec nd term In the UnitedStales I BRONZE FINISH BALL BEARING SASH PULLETS
ion either the first second li.no. now i ntasal Into o|>en opposition.
upon or Senate I real I za Ill I of lie I .
Too long a lease of power has uesp"n mid you should Insist on getting these In your frames.
ballot. That there will be less of .1 bill tiel devolving upon me. and 1 shall Ut't..I' the house committee on qaval When
made the republican party rather radicalism In the planks of the plat earnestly emleiwor! tll do my .lull duly. .to II If II II'H tl... other day he argued" strong- you any building to do, write
careless and corrupt. It did the all of the people of Florida i| ; tt' promisethe EAST COAST LUMBER AND SUPPLY COMPANY
form Is assured by the convervathmof :y nxinst: the ci't-ntloii of u hOtly which .
same thing prior to the election of best Interests of the Mute and lit" ml General office EAU G A I.ME. I-LA.
Samuel J. Tilden in 1875 and the delegates selected from the vane the caune of DVID"'ritcJl In every ail;;:ht it.tliiuitely. usurp the authority -Yard* at Titusville Eau Gallle, Fort Pierce and West Palm lieach-
states which must be carried by the proper way. "'13'ern"1I1.vu",,,, of U.,. Mt-rfi.-iiy" himself. Under our
brought about the change in public
democrats If victory is to be the JAS. I". TAI.IAFKUKO., prt-Kcnt Kj'Bleui a civilian must be at
sentiment which elevated Grover
party's portion next .November. tb* liHinl. tif the navy, responsible to
Cleveland to the presidency in 1884. O'Eai: :
The The assurances of those who are lOng Christian of Denmark who has the |iresu'>ut. mid he lu turn to tli* Hodges a4
postal scandals and land
grabs opposed to the nomination of the Just celebrated his eighty-sixth birthday people.. Mr. Mooc'y! Ends It very plain
of Uoosevelt's administration have ...Manufactuiem and Dealers In...
eminent New York jurist that they la the oldest monarch lu Kurope. that he reared lest an overweening
paved the for the election of Rough
Parker or some way other good demo. will be governed by the majority lie HkewW rvjolcvs In living the fa- litMieral ntulT should Impair that\ full and CYPRESS AND YELLOW PINE LUMBER.

Indicates that the nominees will ther-lo-tIW,! of wore royal houses than control nutl employment of the navy Diesstd
crat to the in 1004.
have a united party behind them, any other luoiiart-h of his. tiiuo. Surrounded which oujiht\ to rest. with the administration Orange Box Heads, Fruit and Vegetable Crates. Mouldings: Shingles: etc. 1
While the books may be all right much to the dismay of the friends by bin remarkable family Mills and office located at Buffalo Bluff Fla. Write us for prices deliveredto
there is necessity for an examin any part of the Slate. Address: JJodges & 0'Jrara. Buffalo :Bluff, Fla.
of Mr. Roosevelt. serene and happy In all: bin. domestic Secretary: Moody Is, however a firm
of some of the entries therein
relations the Idol of ills. believer In seeking advice .
loyal sub expert and
other --- -- -
than the
by friends of the
administration. jests and still enjoying the best of in milking the tmvy as efficient as possible IF Y UVANi'\ A .
rt present THE MERCHANT who expects to ..
health lie tience ,
pusses another milepost ; bin advocacy of the bill
r "be In the swim" the
---- during about ,
the bnpiitoHt ruler lit Christen to create u general board of technical
I N. B. BKOWAKD received for summer goods, has already re. dom., advisor
H majority to>> the secretary, the detail of
pf the votes cast in the celved a goodly portion of the< otticci-st 'oUltO..lulC: | It to be regulated by .BuildingLot.

second primary, ,for Governor 'of stock or has placed his order for It. Even the house l.renklni! fraternitywill I law. This seems. to lie u sensible compromise ..

II Florida, and the State Democratic The merchant who wants to be "In 11"17 Join In the protest against. I ; eat while It may not be .
the swim" when the rush or a lot with a BUILDING READY FOR OCCUI"AXCY"
Executive Committee which commences 1 the ,
iiinniier wUU-li:
_met foiiiorntions am adopted by the prexeut congress It 1*

in Jacksonville, last Friday, declared should not delay taking the cutting down Iw..IULUI'A"hll't'.. ro- certain that the !general staff bill will LAND FOR AX ORANGE GROVE,

I I him to be the nominee of the most practical and profitable way Gently: found I only! $ia.; l III lie side. of not b.> passel at title 1'1'.lon. PINEAPPLE PLANTATION or'TRUCK GARDEN.We .

democratic While the AD. of getting the stock sold out, by 1 the Ktmulard Oil
party. tfiuiiiny| nt ItridKenni o probably have for sale just what are seeking. .
: YocATKjwas: a strong supporter of using a liberal amount of advertis. "f #'.."- Da yon ihsc'l1 e 'or h. A DTOCATB t you >

the lion. Davis Ing space during the next' few ... Settlers are flocking In but still there Is room. If you are
Itobt. whom we --- --- ------- -- --- ------

honestly believed to be the best weeks. The time to advertise I Is looking this way, drop a line to

man for so high an olllce, we bow now. Do not wait until the wide- JAS. E. INGRAHAM 3rd Vice-Pr-.fdent.

to the will of the people. But if awake fellows have supplied the de. ,

''I' Robt. W. Davis should at any mand. The most hustling and up. } FLORIDA EAST COAST R'Y,

1\i future time be a candidate for Governor to-date merchant is the man who ST..AUOTJSTINE FLA

of this State, he may rely reaches the people first. Severalof -

upon the support of the EAST COAST our down.river readers have I VALTON'! -SELF-LOCKING BLOCKS. I, OVER FIVE THOUSAND OF W ALtoo'a -

ADVOCATE. written us for-the names of merchants Patented In all countries. Only tackle Rapid Calking Tools now In useby

-- -._---- --- who sell a certain class of block of the kind iu the world.! Fitted boat owners In the United States.
goods To save time we mark the I
SKVIKAL bushels of seedless with the celebrated Vlnton Roller Price $4.00 and $3.00 each, at the Ar>-
ap. ad. of the merchant
,, advertising in
Dearer. Useful In any place where VOCATK office Titusville, FJa. .
pies, from Colorado, are on exhibition the ADVOCATE and send the .
paperto hoisting Is done. With these blocksone .
at the World's Fair.
them. There is an old saying
man can do the work of two.
Improved seedless like
apple, the that "if do not ahead
f' seedless orange is the result of the- the times you the, times will get aheadof Thousands sold in the north. Call .THE ANHEUSER BUSCH ,
and them
scientific work of horticulturists. see in working order at this

The tree is blossomless you. office, or the store of JAS. Prltcbard: &
I apple! and ____u ________. Son Titusville. Brewing Asso's.i ,
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the iruit is tree from worms and -

hardy enough to endure the sever. THE: recent appalling disasterto 1. .
i .011.8e.Loots Ktg sad Bottled
; est frost 'J be blossomless featureof the excursion steamer General

the new tree Is one of its most Slocum in New York: harbor, IQDiQZEN 1 Bow.

striking peculiarities and will makeit in which over a thousand lives Sold b; Messrs r.A. Lostoy sad

a favorite with fruit growers, were lost, should be a lesson to 1 1 R. L.Hollow,Tltvsvllle.ru.

especially in cold climates. AI. steamboat officers to see that the By Mr.HMoUow,Cocoa,FU-

ready seedless apple nurseries have government regulations are com. sisq w JOSEPH ZAPF :

been started in several states and plied with to the letter.

1 eedless apple buds are in great de.menu. -'- \ Sole Agent.

John F. Spencer, the pro. DROP politics now, and turn your : e

lurer of the seedless apple Is experimenting attention to the improvement of :$:'J',li. : 6JO to 620 West Bay,StreetJACKSONVILLE

with various varieties. yopr property and town. 1t I I



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.............. ......... ....NN.NNNNNNN..N Melbourne. Eau Gallie.SARAH GEORG MARX. JOHN MARX. 6

EAST COAST N) r\VS. I' -_ 1VAA..R.X: : BJR:<>S.

... SabMiilptlons for the ADVOCATE, C. HOtXJSOV-ruVSK-lAX. AMI" Sun.nmiN .
I the pink paper of the East Coast. will be La.it Oalllo. Vloiiua.
*****.*****..*..**** received at the Melbourne Postoffioe. WHOLESALE GROCERS* .
RICHARD W GOODR. Real Welcome showers during the pact
Kstat Votary
) U Newsy Notes Contributed by Our Regular Publlo and Conveyancer. Agent for jKtn,
Liverpool Ixmiliiiisnd Qlnlv ,knit HsrtfoniKlr week.Work
) Corps of East Coast Corrc pond nts. i Inauran...Culanle.| Special' attention IK plentiful and every one Is Fruit and Produce Jobbers.

t \, '. paid to the Interests ut mm r .tonts. happy In RAU Uallle. i

I NN1N.N.N.N.N.N..NNNN.NNNNN.NNNe .: DR I.. A. PKKK-PHYSICUH Awl I1"-.oIlOIf. T. C. Stiller has his sloop on Hodg .
Residence, Molbounm.' At, Kan Ualllv, every son's ways this week. Corner DRY and Julia SU., JACKSONVILLE FLA.
one she left her veil,on another her hat afternoon.HOTKL .
VYVYVVVVIVYYVYYYVVVYYVVVV found lodgment; and then worst of all Edith: Borne of Can"YflraJ.11I the guestof
V like Absalom she was hung by her hair., IiELIJVl'E-\h'lhu".n.wtntrrrmorl,; ; ., Florida.. A Hodgson this week. WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF HAY, GRAIN AND FEEIY:
= healthy on Illicit pine lanu overlonklne -
READ THE LISTAnd Another young lady went to TIbbals, Inillan River lUtus: .:J and upwardper Mrs. K, B. Taylor entertained the Kailtiillle :
she had so many trials and tribulations il.,. flprelsl rar. per week or season.Writ last PURINA FEED OUR SPECIALTY.Seed .
Send Us Your Order. = getting there that she came home In a for rates to ;Madnm. E. M. Campbell, Quartette on Wednesday
Manager R. W. Csiuplte.l Proprietor. Potatoes, Seed Peanuts and Cow Fen In season.IWe .
Malabar Is
carriage and says that wheel may stay at Harry Drake, of employedby
'1'1 bbal. forever for be will never rideIt the K.: C. L, A S. Co., at this point solicit consignments of Fruits and Vegetable-

:Et.. x .LU home. Wont of all, the buys cannot Mr. and Mm. Chas. J. Campbell and Capt. McNabb'a line residence showsup .
last Melbourne
family spent Sunday at
--- -- -
, -- JUG come lo see the girls: on their heels,
TPer.aal.. Beach. well from Eau Gullie. harbor and In-
because the roads are so bad. They White City.Ir.
COPPER DISTILLED. f I 60 than River. .
say Mr. Belt was young himself once, Tbeo Carter and family, of Goodall
QUEE CITY .... ... .. 200 TRADE and If'they' explain he will straightwayspill are amending theauhimer lu thebnotlekerodttage. Pineapples. are plentiful In our various -

UNYY SOUTH .. .... 3 M a few more shells on the road. (We stores now. The fruit Is of a tine grade : Arnold has been to Jupiter on

M3U.T-EDGE .. .. .... ... 300 A will let you know, Mr. Bell when they W. T. Wells la shipping his crop of and quite ripe.It business. lately.Mr. .

[PEDIGREE ...... .. .... 400OVEBHOLT over are cornhUl."e the wire so that will send a message pineapples from his plantation at East? in. expected the new school building I'. Chrlstehsen. who lisa, been ill
can; )
.... .v...... 400 SPECIALTY -- you escape. Melbourne.Mrs. ,. will soon bu erected. C. G Redstone I lathe for .some time Is repotted improving. te
cOIIl'actor.The ,
M>LD HAXIFAX... .... 400 Feet Swollen to Immense Size."I C. A. Horton has none to Fort )[r. Austin accompanied bv Mr Orlf-
Adrian left for the fishing grounds
Pierce visit
to her chlldieu In that thilv-
bad kidney trouble so bad that I Ing little town.A on the Illinium. river, on Sunday last flu and Mr. hillier was la town Sunday. .

MONET C10RN: 3 could not work," says: J. J. Cox of Val Capt. C. J. Young In command.The Tho debate last week was. very poorly
ley View, Ky., "my feet were swollen to pleasant social was enjoyed by our all
-- = steamer Lillian brought over a attended but greatly enjoyed by
Immense size and 1 young people at the home of Rev. Hawk
BACK was to my last Friday evening. cargo of pineapples from Major Wells'planta who were present. We hope to aee more
Fer.Oal.N. !. bed und
|physicians were unable to give Ion at East: Melbourne on Wednesday at the next mooting. LOOK TO TOUR EYES.
: IF GOODS C. WHITE.... ..,...* 16.1 me any relief. Mv doctor tlnaly prescribed Quite a party of young men went to lastMaJorJondan
Foley's Kidney. Cure, which Melbourne Beach last Sunday to enjoy Some of our people who expected to If suffering from any eye defects or was
WHITE BETTER. .... 300 made a well,man of me." the surf bathing there has placed an ornament. attend the dance last. /Saturday:: night: sight call at my new well-appointed opt

DOH'TSUIT WHITE FJCIE: .......... 3 Do Nicholson al gate at the entrance to his house In were proverted by the threatening weather. cal Institute. Special complete lense-
Thomas and wife have West Enu Oallle. The Major'a\ place Is A few however enjoyed a (oily time. grinding outfit In couoectloa.DH. .
.... moved from the Baker 'to \
LAUREL-VALLEY 300 Tibbals. the Phillips one of the most homelike in toW'
cottage for the summer II. Mrs. Popped and son, Edgar of Jensen E. U. ARMSTRONG
I. The Lizzie with a jolly party on boardwas passed through here'on the northbound 11 Laura fit Jacksonville :Flaw
Dr. J. II. Lloyd of Erie Pa., arrived at the mouth of the Banana river train Saturday en route to their --..------- -
-WE HAVE OTHERS- Mrs. Fred Hudson entertained a large last week and Is nicely located at the
on Sunday last. Dr. Hodgson, who was future home In Daytona. They were
WRITE US number Thursday of afternoon.guests at the. Clubhouse last Eaton cottage on the bluff. with the party secured a fine specimenof once residents of White City Net to II. 11....... IION

4. Mls Jessie Sanders has returned, to the Spanish bayonet. IsIaniC
Bishop LII tie JOhll of I hung : )
J. J. WILLIAMS sixth Theie was a dance huge/ attendance at the her home In IndlanoU: after a pleasant A new' holler Is. being Installed. In theE hail We to regret leave she that only Mist having Dogma a Nelson week's." who died ut tli> ,HKV of IIlIn..)'. refused
aoMiiiibly on Friday evening. visit with ho Goode
I family C. L. .S S. Cu'a. this
The yard at place. vacation from her position MS bookkeeper up to thus 'Ill1l' h.. ,"'u tla to nccept the-
,fP I young people are beginning to le-
gret that tbeie will| be only two more ol Editor (;hall. Oslin of the Melbourne The Increase the volume .>f bimlnoits. In Jacksonville, whale she has been 1l..I.tUIICof/ a o.m.jUtoibishop, de-
,, O. Box 401. these serlea before the season closes. Time, enjoyed a visit -Jacksonville demands Increased power and facilities. since leaving college nt that |ilaoe.Mr. clurluw Unit )lit our perfectly able topefl'oiui .
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. recently attending/ the Press. Association. for turning out work promptly his tlllliei aria! fine fur hispuoplu.
Mr. Chllds, of Louisville, Ky., who and Mis. Rlohnrdson has been with
e The Methodist church
Highland I int
on the
At u meeting of clergy
YTY..yyyynYYnYyEden. owns' a> tine plantation In the northern un most of the week W are always
r V portion of Tlbbals has been the guestof Mm. S. F. Glbbs, of Bay Hill Is here \ve., has. June pl"iced In the belfry, a fine iliad I tn. see them come back for wi the lust yeiii- t>f I.U lilt. Anhdeucoimllfjiiu
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Waters for the visiting) daughter. Mrs.(Hubs' many toned bell, which was heard for tho llrst know that It Is Homo Sweet: Home and MUM 1..llIl."U.1U| tall the meet-
past two weeks lie was extremely snrpilsed old Melbouinu Mends ate glad to awe lime last week This Is one of Rail Ualilu's the aitrnotlorm of beautiful White City lug to udder. 'I'ho uevhueiicoii arose i
most attractive looking .
her buildings.Mrs.
and pleased with our Florida that brings them and n (|iieMle. weather in June never having beau here Proprietor W. B.: Campbell of Hotel Tre.itl r left for Chicago III., this ---------- tendon reinuiklng:
before at this season of tbeyear. Bellevue is week, where she will upend the next two
Mesdames Webb and Wolfe went to making extensive spending Improvement/ busy summer to his months with lends.. Itobt Mensel will THROWN UPON THE STAGE. "Thv'' bUliop \\lsl.es to May a few ,, ;I

Fort Pierce on Monday shopping:( t hotel and grounds, one of which Is a bare charge during Mrs Trailer's absence .. )l. r4loyulur Wlll'''''.
ThoV Knullsli Auillvnvvs wi words Intel'JI''I"t.J
Driven To r "A few words, Mir; u few *
Mrs. W. F. Rloharda entertained apart Desperation.Living bathing pool of concrete for the use ofgue.I. and l accompanied her as far as l'la.r.Vlt... l.lrta.
of who wish the medicinal benefits Jacksonville returning Tuesday last. the, lilsliop, "1 would have It
young people one evening this at an out of the way place re-
1 mote from civilization a family is often of sulphur baths. He Is also plantingmore There hove lati-ly lu the piovluceafcii iimlfl'Htood.. sir, Unit the bishop wilt

:f driven'to desperation In case of accident shade trees and making! his beautiful noM-rul. .Mi'iiHutlotml flights ut say urt many MOIUM: UK ho pleases." -
The la nearly finished for the
parsonage Georgiana. proiulnt'iit tlu'iitcrslicn to murk
In ground still more attractive.
the resulting burns cuts, wounds
Later there will be
added.present. porches Ulcers, etc. Lay In a supply of Buck. Work on the new Carleton hotel Is lust porforiiiniK-o of u IIH-II 1< : ) i>iintoiiiliii The ll.n.IU. ."f 1'rnrer..

I'. lea's Arnica Salve It's the best on being rushed. The frame Is The all uinmirr of gifts hove been throwh "Now lioneMtly" said the unbeliever! .
"" A large/: number of our young people xrth. 25o at Red Cross Pharmacy. main building/ Is 40x75 ft, three up.stories The! mosquitoes| are- giving us a call upon the stiige for the bviu'tK! of pouu- 'have' you over been helped by prayer tCuu -
attended the TIbbals this
Assembly last Fri. high with a two-story It on the northwest week Il1r 11t'I.tol'lIIerli. you point to u slug. !" Instance In ,

day evening. South Rockledge.Tuesday extension verandas, handsome and Miss Dora Breese, of South Itorkledge, All those. 'iu-miiiliitfd for Ionic with which you Can! truthfully say that. I
4, Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Sawyer and son, commodious parlors and leceptlnn rooms, was visiting her sister Mrs. C. I). Pro. the liuit-r life of the thentrlcul proft-s- [pray I nit bus done you the slightest
Leicester were very welcome callers In and a large airy dining ball. The house vost. on Monday. lou on u tell some rcinnrkiiUlu stories smite'?" '

this place last Friday. "Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hatch will be furnished, and with homelike all modern comfort Improvements Mr. and' hr.-.. Ulabev, of Lotus were of these (gifts rust upou the stage The "1 should May I euuldl") replied the

J. Mrs..7. H. LeTourneau spent a very left for the North Mis. Hatch and son provided for the every guests. This popular visiting Uocle and Auntie Hughes and most cfU-bmttHl mid \inlv THHl of these good old elder.. "If I hadn't slopped to

delightful day In TIbbals last Thursday going to Westchester Ohio and Frank house will be /finished-In time for the eulllng on Mr and Mrs.( C. D. Provoston relates to u lady who once held the say my prayers' the other iiiornlng I'd
the guest of Mrs. F. M. Hudson. to Michigan.P. corning season.That Monday.Do main portion of the louse! of n prominent hove caught the 7MU: train Into the

.1 Miss Florence Robinson entertained a O. Walton of the Insurance firm of not forget the fact that the AnvoCATK London thfiitor. While thin lady city nod Instead, of sixty-one passengers ) t
number of young people last Tuesday Morgan: & Walton, Tltusvllle was In Throbbing Headache office Is fully quipped to do all was mill mi iittrt-HM only mill not aniuiiugcri'MM Killed and Injured' In the wreck: ,
| evening, the guest of honor being Miss Rockledge on Wednesday: looking/ after kind of Job printing, and solicit shate iK-trt-Hs of great talent I'd have probably iiinde the silzty-seo- 4
I Gary. Insurance business. Would quickly leave you. If you used of the work' : on Indian River. and beuuty there was one night on the oud.. -Chlcugo Itecord-Ilemld.

There was a very exciting rat hunt on The Misses Anne and Ella Singleton Dr. King's: New Life Pills Thousandsof Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Nelson. of Miami flrtit production. of the plt-c-u a small

I Monday In which a number of citizens are at home, one from Cuba and: the merit sufferers for sick have and,proved their headaches matchless stopped over bore last week, for lIover\\l bouquet oust. upon tho sage at her The l'..ll<. Mulrhar.

j took part. This country is sure "Kougb other from Miami\ for a midsummervisit They make blood Nervous and build days wit Mrs. Nelson's father and mother feet. Attiu'lu-d to. the buiuiuet was n Boy (In butcher's sliopi-My mother
pure up '
} on Rats. Mr. and Mrs. Page. They mull ItiiMHlit 1"tllI.'r card case fool Inside -
with their were on
parents.J. your health Only 25c; ; money back If sent ute back to let you sec what a big
Rev. H., H. Jones' conducted servicesat -J. Dymock went to Eden last Sun not cured. Sold by Ked Cross Pharmacy their way to their old home In Pine Island this wore bank notes to the value bone there wus In tlio pound of beef
illicit to the
( the Congregational;!: church last sunday day afternoon where he will assist in Tltusvllle. spend summer. of U.out)i) wxuctly. On no r.vI.r then she bought lust night, and she want

morning. There was a very Rood packing pineapples on the A. D. Mer. .. Mrs.\ Sanchez, of Ht. Augustine has : seven ilirrreit occnsloim, with IL tolerably another pound without bonex. Butcher

(attendance.Mrs. win pineapple plantation. been visiting her daughter Mrs. Albert I. long Interval iM-twccn did. the -Yeti your mother the next time I kilt
Indianola. Itogero for for two weeks. !She: re settle thing occur, und the lady, as ill-
C. S. Schnyler and daughters hones. I'll her
Miss Dora Bree&e Is now at her Rock- turned A cow without ift'iid a left
land her guests. Mia. C. F. Fischer, of ledge home after an extended stay at aDd home on Monday her lie daughter far !<>god, has never from that dry to this for nothing.,

BTitusville, and Mis Eleanor !I"creven. of Detroit Mich where she has taken a Spraying has been the order of the day Cucoa.family They accompanied all as as discovered who her udmlrer. was, -- -.-- i

Miami spent Thursday with Mrs. J. H.LeTourneau. course in the Harper hospital as a trained the past. week. with their filend, Mrs.spent Green a pleasant, at Lotus day though' manner of romantic conjee- A IlnDan..r. '

nurse. O. W. Schuyler Is overhauling and one day last week. lures were made at the tlmo. I. ""I see Jones. IM Kolllif to write a

Pineapples are still going; forward In Rev. W. 2. Hall preached an excellent repairing his launch. Rev. J. D. Hawk preached a most ex Even within the last few weeks an. novel."

Boatload I lots. There will be a heavy crop sermon last Sunday morning at the Preaching.service next Sunday June reliant sermon( here on Sunday morning, unknown elderly gentleman threw nu "I never thought. ; Im had Imagination.
i>f of various varieties the trees Chapel, and the services were well at. envelope weighted with pi.>iinl.*N end "
guavas 20th, by Rev. Jno. N. Thompson. t but was taken 111 In the afternoon. He enough: for t hll t.
I "lire bent to the ground. Mangoes are tended. Rev. Hall has the Young Ladles tried to preach, In the evening but was coiitiilnlng live pound note to a tiny ."I.he. dvuco. he luisn'tt! He' beers
opening and are a feast for those who Bible Class, J. I. Wilson the Bible Class, There will b" a dance in the Clubhouse too 111. Ha was taken to Mr. Muuson's child performing/ lu a London nbur- i
|,ike them. and Mr. M. C. Salmon the Young People's Friday evening! June :24th. residence where he has been receiving bun J>a nt oiu I rue. Home theaters cave making out expense accounts for nearly *-

Class at the Sunday school at the James I.. Crawford's orange grove the bent of care. On Monday he was too been celel.niteil, for their Rift nights." eleven yeure.-New Olenmi Tltnes-
The Ladles' Aid of the Congregational Democnit.
Chapel. look nourishing and the III to sit Mr. Hawk had not been from _
I .1 church has Just finished very ;!: Indeed up. all manner of present, frying
creenlng the windows, with galvanized prospect Is good for a tine crop. feeling very well for two week. before pans. to green vegetables, hunting been

Ire. They deserve much credit. The Cocoa. The Night! Blooming Cereus plants on he carneup on Saturday gently deposited sir the! stage for the Jntyliif.. |

Lurch Is entirely finished and all paid Dr. Jlill's and A. .8. Humphry places Mr. and Mrs. Hall aril daughters popular oetorH) yet, on the other hand -

)>r. and the treasury still baa a few dolkrt have been blooming very freely the past Misses Eva and Nellie Owen matte up u both writs und siliniiioiinips) have beenbunded Draylng or hauling of all I Inds promptly .-
left. Monday morning about 8:39: o'clock week. merry party Sunday, to goto Melbourne
to actors who could not be iipproiiched attended to. Menu all. trains. Stove
the Norn with Messrs. A. S. O. *
Bench In the new launch Gllllnn.' The .
j George Saunders took a party of yonng K. Keyes H. M. Packard, Mrs. A. S. Mr. and Mrs. A. 8. Humphrys drove Invited guests were. Hervey liower and through the stiige door, but wood for sale at all times.

people to the beach la Sunday evening Dixon, Mr.. N. M. Fish and Pet down to Lotus last Sunday, calling on sister Miss Rattle Misses' Louise and who commuted to receive presents over F.. U. HOI.TBW. Tltusvlll.,
:They found every thing very de"Rhtful, Dixon from Cocoa; Rev W. E. Hall, Dr. Wlttlleld and wife on the way and Helien Caonttta Clifford Rogero and bis the footlights oil their benefit nights.
gxoept mo"ultoea-.tbey" were there In Mrs. W. E. Hal], Mr and Mrs Charles spending a few hours In Lotus with Mr. brother l.etJj; aud Mr. and Mrs. Frye, of The must curious sight the writer f
{myriads. It is a pity we can't find out Ilibbs, Miss Vera Illbbs and Master Bisbee and wife.Hturtlliiff. Uonavonture. The weather was delightful ever saw lu connection with tliexe gift Job "rluthIJt. a

',., where the pests come from. We never Cbas. Hlbbd, Miss Mary Paxton Mrs.\ E. and It was a pleasant affair all throwing nights wus In relation to afll'orlte -
the lakes. J. Wilson and Miss Alliene from Do not forget the fact that at the Ar"-
See any wigglers fresh water WlUon arou nd. actor who nt n Brent pro.ln.dill
Evidence. office! 'I'll u..11 10. we do job ,
brackish Rockledge with week's VOOATM ,
They muse corrre from the a provisions, .
{,swamps on the Island. We wish Washington sailed out for Cocoa Beach. Fresh testimony In great quantity) is W. A. Ilerren of Finch Ark., writes, theater plityed during of a bug parasite pnutoinlniltf printing of all kinds. neatly. cheaply sodexpedltlotuly. *
the Letterheads NoteheadsUllllieads
paint .
would send down a few experts to constantly comlog In, declaring Dr. "I wish to report that Fuley' Kidney run ,
ell all New iiameil ClUJ IC I. who curried u pipe Envelopes!: Tags, and all other
as about It. King' Discovery for Consumption Cure has, cured a terrible case of Kidneyand
Worst ol All Experiences.Can coughs and colds to be ,onequaled. A bladder trouble that two doctors that had a bilge/,( bowl and whose oft kinds. ,
The young ladles down here have held be recent expression from T. J. .[McKarland. had given up." repeated. cry will "Can any one obligeme ------
,.several Indignation meetings and are anything worse than to feel Rentorvllle Va., serves as an example. with a bit o' 'biifcn?" On the last
{,thinking of going !in a body to call upon that every minute will be your last' He writes : "I had bronchitis for three I night of the performance the familiar
'Jo'mmlssioner Bell to ask him why the Such was the experience of Mrs. S. II. rears and doctored'all Jbe time without ru'iuust' for u "bit o' 'lJ8qc had! no
Dads here should be much SotvAa
so worse
Newson Decatur Ala. "for three being benefltted. Then 1 began taking been than literally sicores t
years I sooner spoken
[than anywhere else. There are more Dr. King's New and a few The following the times of arrival .
young ladles right here than at any other she writes l. "I endured Insufferable pain bottles wholly Discovery me. Equally effective and departure of passenger trains to and of packets and "screws" of tobacco of

(place but there is no place tor them to from indigestion stomach and bowel In curing/ all lung and throat from Tltusvllle: very Imaginable, kind were thrown Have lOu eyes examined and fitted

walk:, except on the railroad track. One trouble. Death seemed inevitable when troubles, consumption, pneumonia and 1 SOOTBBOVXD.LMvesTltusvfUe upon) the stage more than 120 of these by the expert. .
,,young lady went to Jensen on her wheel doctors and all remedies failed. At grip. Guaranteed by Red Cross Phar for Miami. and 1LesveTltusrtllsfor 3.00pmIntermediate : falling about the actor.London Tit-
and encountered so many trials she was length 1 was Induced to try Electric Bitters Trial bottles sizes Bits. DR. O. L. MANDAVILLE,
i nearly ill; at one pace she took: a turnI and the result was miraculous. I improved 600 macy.and *!t. .free regular points at j 110M 9 at Tltusvllle, Florida.
I ble the weeds are so thick on either at once and now I am completely 11011'111 IaOl7arD.
stomacb Jsoksonvllle I .:13 s m Ills 'Pr."..". -CLOSED: FOR St )IIEHowiI -
[side that she was wet to her knees with recovered. For liver, kidney ,
I dew In the morning and rain In the afEternoon. and bowel troubles Electric Bitters 1 U 8QF"! We cannot guarantee to publish and laUrmedlsM points' J 1:13 p m "John." she said, "your little wlfey ----- - --- ---

The trees and bushes also Interfered the only medicine Only 6c\ and Is terns that do not reach this office before TltnsvllUi fur 1:08: 5.mArrivestltunlllefromasaford lies been saving up her money to buy

| so much with her.. progress. On \,1 aranteed by Red Cross Pharn&cy. noon on Thursdays. HJVip.roTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTVTTTTTT : you a nice present."

_. -_ __- .__ --.- --' --- _- -_- ---- --- ---- "-_-__.-- -_ _..__ ....J "flood little wlfey," ,he replied.
"What .U IU" ,
....NN.....N...............N4ON. .e0.eee.eN....e..NeN...1N...e..NI.....e..NNN.N......e.N. "A smoking jacket she explained."And .
.Y YT"YTYTY.YYYT",, ." "y y ".y y y.y".yyyyyy".yy.yy..yyn .i I laved the money all uiyseif' out

Of the house allowance. Wu...', I

n FIRE INSURANCE WE HAVE SECURED THE A O KNOT FOR THE I thoughtfuir"rlplendldf be exclaimed.! YOUIt

"And now I wish you'd bring me
home route wore money tonight""What ( ICE BILL

did you f" with what I

:: a-r."I7':1'STS: XOW.ALLS INl V: t.11NOI17: : COM 'A.1'TY brought home last nl"iatf' he asked In 1 Y US1NU A.ON .

OF GLENS FALLS, :NEW YORK. ;: some surprise.
i "Ob, that' what waved the smoking IC'EPAD(

jacktrt .. out of." she answered. ,
TO ADD TO THE LIST OF TIME TRIED AND TIRE TESTED inunry rovlsiotaa, : cooler
jjCHUYLER fi WILSON p: "and there wan t any Il'ft.-Chlcugo lee ( '


tj: AT TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.'s JOB PRINTING of all kinds done at J' nte tor bosh\*\ to 09tll'

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dl .' A pleasant'and agreeable laxative,,
I, _.aD..ID and Vailler. BreeaeeHow ant painless, yet effectived' Prescribed bi

They. Orl.In.te. physicians, and recommended by all' LOCAL TIME CARD No.56. In Effect June 4,1904.NORTHBOUND
I The meteorologist Is gradually: divest druggists! as an Invaluable substitute for .

I PK the wind of Its mystery: and Is mineral pills and castor oil 100( wafers SOUTHBOUNO-READ DOWN. -READ UP.
able to explain nviuclngly how and 25o at ned Cross Pharmacy Tltuivlllq.,

'l, when it originates, The study of a DN1N '1 STATIONS.Jaoksouvtlle. No.98Pally. In.71
great number of observations taken simultaneously IN THE LAND OF FIRE. DaIl"1 I Dallj,
r -. ..................... ..... ..... r e QO a
all over the country and. trr J f 1- 1411.\.......... ........... ....flo Jaoksonville ......... ............Lv 8 is ffip lip
k In fact all over two continents' has enabled Slow |he. > Native of Tierra del Fneg.Maaage. n 1u 56 a..8'. n... ... .................... 1 40a GOp
to XUIat.In I 11111. .............. .........HaetlDRS..................... ......... maa I 01P
the expert to foresee Just when 1 01 U4. .... .......::..............S.Palatka.: .................... .. .. .. : M t..p
wind and storm will arrive at certain Tierra del Fuego", the Yaghan/ Indian : .6

suctions of the leads a remarkable existence lIe ( >0 Ar .......... ............P.I.t..L.. I" t15p
country. '? 1 to 11 30le L. ............JI..P.I.'It..A eoop.SanNateo
d Of course'tho physical topography: of braves> the seas of Cape Horn naked in 1,

a trail bark canoe. He owns no faith 110 pAr .............. ....... ..... ... ..................... ...I.VAr. .on*
any: neighborhood baa Its Influence on .. S ou at.. ................ ..Ban Ma ten.. ... .. _.. ........ ...... T.U e i tap
the local storms. fogs" and prevailing religion or tribal' tie other than that of 7 F "

} The the family, which huddles together for 11..1' 1.v ..............-.. ........ NeoiraBnnnells. ................ ..... .la 1 6e. 4010
winds. "mountain" and "valley 11 It p .................... .... ..... ........... .....,:.... ...... Stan I t.p
breezes" Unit are so eagerly sought food and sustenance. His only household 1' 11 53 p ....... ....... .... .. .:......Duponi. ... .. .... .... ....... .. 'Ma I to
S the good are the smoldering firebrands 1112 p .....................:.... Ormond :..............:.......... ... lIlT a 1 ta p
s during summer recreation or sojourn :........... ................Dayton.. ... ............. ......: Sean lea j
In nn Instance of th,,' effect of which be carries on a slab of 115 p .......... ............... .Por'O'.op.<.. rr............ ...i,.. ...r.. 446. lap
::. ......... .... ........ ..... .
I : turf in bis canoe to each fresh halting *m r I rI .. .N-w Sniyr la. : ,
r. mountain on local cihn ito and .wentli t 010 p ................... ...........Oak Hill....:......:..:.::.: ..:::::.:. S112s rIO I
,I, 1 i er conditions. An cxplnliieil by a professor place The women, usually two, paddle It ......!.......... ............IHiisvllle.' ...................___...... s U a s
I of the canoe from the stern. The man I Ii I//p'. ..... ..... ... ...Ooooa .. .. ........ ... ...... I 181.1211]
meteorology becuuxu of active Ir ...;.....:::..........:....:.R"eltl..J"" ...:.::......... .......::.... I 9Ta 11 30
;If 1 f radiation at night the layers of crouches in the bow on the lookout for It 18 t C. p ..... .................. ...Eau: QalliA.............................. IN... 13 ,s
i sir the earth "become prey. On the shore runs one or two I 12 86 t. p ................... .......... M H>oiirn........ ..__....... ......... 144. 11 Etto.
near and
; cooled; toe p ..........................B>bnstlanft. .. ............................ U 69. 11 09.
an. cool air Is heavier than warm air doss to sniff out and turn any lurking 101 40 P ... ..................... ... .. Lu.-l..... ......... .. ... .. .. 111 08a ItMi
law of otter or sea bird. The long kelp that 111 p .. ...;...... ..........r...... Ft. Pierce.._.......................... DIIp 10 It t
'j a physics' that generally/ appreciated 185 r 2p ................... ..........TlbbaU...........__.... ............. 11 10 p "h
theoretically, but usually fringes the count nerves as a breakwater 'rri-'V eekly Sailings t w. II P ........................... ..Eden................ ... 81 P 0 4?
overlooked for the frail craft, whose crew t n 20 u .......:r..J.o..n. ....... ..........3 11 IS p Do,
fii practically this heavy: airfeuds 111I ...Stuart................................ 11 06 p e lo|
to move down the hillside. The only venture out Into the open channels .87 I54p .......... .....Hohe Sound.................... .... eon,
f 5 when their foresight tells them BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE NEW YORK' 1 n 10 p ............. ..-. .. west. Jupiter ... ... Kapp 84.,
tendency: becomes after a time sufficiently 4th f HJ' ......................W.Palm B.aeh..r..r.. ...,.,.,.. asp 81.
{ : pronounced to produce a general that: a calm will be of sufficient dura- .111 tip ...... ......... ..... r. .....Boynton..r..r..r. ...... ......... 1101" THt
downhill lou: to enable them to puss from one Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) 101 IUp .......................Dlllra,.. ............ ..... ..........._. 5 etp T40.
movement eventually resulting III Ot p ................ ...Ft. Iwuderdale..r..r I 01 p 8 a.
G X In a perceptible breeze. inhospitable beach to another. Theyare .1tO Up ::............ .... ...... Hallanriale ..... ...... ...... .rr..r:. .% Imp Ito,
That la Is. unduly developed In the torso at The Finest Steamships in the Coastwise ServiceThe a es. I 1 p... ................... ..Lemon City...... .... .. ................ lOp e 10 1
what commonly designated the T00 : p.Ar........... .... ...... .r..Miaml..r! ... .......... .....J.T. + 00p soot
locally as "the mountain breeze": and expense of the lower limbs, for ;
{ which from Its origin, .U practically In they: pass their lives thus circling the Clyde New England and Soujthern Lines. __

one constant direction though tint !Intervention coasts.! Fishing without hooks, living Direct bervlce! Between BANFORD BKANCH.Pally ORANGE CITY BKANOH.No. .

'of powerful storms may on mussels and fungus, this trlb Jacksonville Boston Providence and all Eastern Points. 10oii STATIONS. No. 12 Dallyl. 31 No.1 STATION. No 1 o.
temporarily reverse the customary marks the limit to which man may pallyUMp >Jally DallyUp Dally

movement. Vice 'Ver during the day strip himself of nil aid or comfort und (Calling at Charleston S. C., both ways) tfl aILv......... Tltu..tU.Ar lOOp 10 lOa LT..N. Smyrna..Ar U6 30p
survive. 8EMI-WEEKLY SAILINHSl S RaI Lt.......... O.uen..Ar II aJaIt I Up 11 lla t.T. Luke Helen .Ar 10 p
the presence of warmer und therefore yet Southbound. .. ... .. .. .. ''' .... .. ... .. .from Lewis Wharf Boston asasity.Bnterprie......: Ar noalOtOa 166p 11 lit.",L..(Vanire cn,.A r./ OOp Itop
lighter air near tbe earth causes a Northbound..m: ::.. ..: .: : : fool of Catherine Street Jacksonville a lOaAr..Sanford ...... ...LT t I OOp U4fta Ar. .Or.City Jo. .l. USSp Slip
Oi uac
movement of the atmosphere with an Cures cold In :24 hours. If have -- N*.23 i No.atDally NoTTF No.17 N .18 No. tO NiTMDally No. 24Dally NsTil:

upward tendency, cresting the so called that languid a all-tlred-out; feeling you and Clyde St. Johns River Line. tat Sundayoly and Dally I except Daily DallyMATPOBT. Dallyexcept Dally !Sand'yonly Satan*

valley breezes. In certain favorably hardly know what Is the matter, you Sunday --- 8un
o : situated localities the appearance need a tonlo to carry the fever breeding (DeHary Line.) I eo S 10 J'ekeonT'e.Ar I
p t8 P t 00 p a 7 00mMa 8 40 a 1 03 pliO p 1.0)>
iyrip of the mountain or the valley breeze impurities from the system. Try Opaao BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND SANFOHD. 88p Up 4 Hp I 100 I p 019... So.Jaojieon rill. lima 152p lap 'Up
ry, Is as regular as clockwork, the transitional tablets, a few of thorn will make ;you Stopping( at Palatlca Aitor St. Francis, Herenford (DeUmd),and intermediate land. }I' .1) P It p I 30 p I I 40 p 10 m a Pablo Heaoh.. 8 30 a 8 OOaT I 10 p I to p I to p !
Ings on the at.John's Hirer. 35 P II" IS P a I tJrI 10 14 a Arcs too Beach S Uauoa U a II IS p I 15 p l I
period being, marked by. a calm. eel likes now person. Try them for "C1TV OF JACKSONVILLE. 60 pUp tip .I OOp 11 Ma ypo t Lv lees UI IIIp I Sip
I "Philadelphia Record neuralgia; the fleet is wonderful Price STEAMER I
:,,1.10(, at Red Cross Pharmacy, Tltus\lle.| I.appointed tt sail a. follows t! Leave Jaoksonvltle, Sundays, Tiiemluyii.. and Thursday., 3:30 p.m. PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI.
Returning, leave "Hanford Mondays wmlneRditys Krldaya I :: a m. .


fi .Leave a lit' p. in. .... ... ........ .... ........ .... ... .\rrlve -2 (Ml a. HAVANA AND KEY
ic; The Har Anluial !. Very Tams Lean S 4ft p. in.Ueave ....r.... ..... .. .. .... rr. ....!Ittlatka. .... .... ........ .. ..... Lave H CO p. m.l WEST
:' \hr Ire I. Not Hunted.- error of a minute, the sorrow of 3a.u. ....r... ..... ... .. ". "r .... .. .... .. .. ... ... l...ave altO |> m.
rAfter Lear. 4 So a. m ........... .......,. ..Mt. Frauds. ........ ... ........ ... IxuveLvave 1 no p m ..
The b u\'el' Is not shy where he Is not C lifetime tears .. .... .. ... .. ..,PereiordtlIeL.ndr..rr.r.... ...... 1.1: (III i.ouu. Tb. Time Thia how Mio tlmat which train may be exneeted to arrive and depart.
I huulud ,und ucimlrcH continence.) In a having tasted bitterness one Arrive 8 3O a. m ..... .... ... ...r... ttanforii ... ... ...r..,... .... Leave s30a.ii.. From the. .eyerat.taUons, bat their arrival or departure at the times stated !. not. guaranteed.l,
I" watcher than' Arrive 10.00. ... in .. .r ..... ...............Enterprise... .............. ... .. .Leave 10 III) a. ni. aormdo. the Company hold ltelf responsible for any delay or any eoneecuenr* arising ther.
friendly, sooner any, becomes a man. -
animal I know. Htrangers or unusual It Is more dlulcult to keep a fortune Sen'l Passenger and Ticket Office. 204 W. Bay St.. Jacksonville.
clothes on a to whom they For Copy of tb. LOCAL TIME CARD er Otber Information
person ban to make one. r. M. IKONMUN'OBR: : J a..A..t.(}eo. .... Aict. :got West Bay Bt..raoksoDrtlle. i'la.
} have become accustomed alarm them The life of an old man. Is like & lighted W. O.COOI'Ka Jr., Local Vrt.Agt. Jacksonville. C P. L IV tc I.L. 8\1verh'toodent JacksonTllle.. 8KB: THE TICKET AQENT."
{ N though like!' dogs, they Foot Hogan St..Jacksonrillw. Kla*
van apparently candle In draft A.C. HAGERTY. n identify an acquaintance! by Bt-eut. It !Is easier to find. thousand THKO.!: O. KOKK.' neneral Hanaxer. WM. P CLYItK <* CO.: General Aftents.CbexebruuiiU ; J. D. RAHNER. Aaat. Oon. Pass. Agent., ST. ATJOXIBTIirB! XT**.
a recruits 15 SUM St.. New York. ._
The benver'a sense of smell Is very Building Opposite Battery Park ._
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I acute for ha Is able to scent -u man than one general. C. II. \V I/TON. Agent TltUNVllle, Fla. ,. -
Tlie capital and the fireside have .
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200 yards away, and bin eyesight Is 4(
each their own attractions. (
t ,, also most keen but h.. seunss'to be!' dull DOOR IId I't'WP/r
i" of hearing when at work and 1 have Before we can sympathize with others ZJ .
Ij we must have suffered ourselves.Do Atlantic Coast Line
often walked to within a few feet of R'y.
11 i k' one while he was cutting wood. However not .be slaven to your children. \/i 3' "" eDD CCIwIAA/D L-1

their method of warning each They will have their happiness later. C111C4

), other of danger is by slapping or The wise man Him pen himself accord- J7P' II \\
I' mothering" the water with the long tug to circumstances, us water takes The Great Through Car Line from Florida. JN'!

.flat tall which Isso characteristic a the shape of the vviuiel Into which, it is

feature of the animal and which not poured. TO Tlll3 EAST. Lae-1 mnWST I
only helps him lu swimming, but is Over Its own rails to :Savannah.:: Cliarlenton Richmond and Washington, thenoe LOUIS. I
A Hard Problem. via the Pennsylvania Kallroad.
used for carrying mud. If.a large animal I
"Is thU hllt!. I'oiupuuV" breathlessly IfANDOtJ
appears 1101: n place where bearers .
inquired u Shun who hud climbed sev I'O' THE 'VI ST. i
feed the
want to worlf or latter will 4
eral flights of stalrn and been admitted The Louisville A Nashville, via Montgomery. The Mobile A Ohio R. R. tovrm I It.
often "smother" the' water
continually, I
l one after another joining In, till the intruder Into a durkenl'llIIJarlur. "It Is," repliedthe l I
stately I.erllonull""hom he nddresHtHl. TO TIII3 EAST VIA STEABISIIII. .
Is Reared away. I have bad a J
thorough, wetting at night while watching "The fatuous clairvoyant and Via Savannah and Ocean Steamship! Company for NSw York Philadeldhla Bo HARRWsf.Lvc
fortune teller?" "The same." "Do you too. Via Norfolk Steamer to New York Washington and Baltimore. Via Sa ,
a pond through tile wade
L splashing read the mind?" "With perfect ease." vann.klk and Merchants' and Miners' Transporttalon Company for Baltimore p'l.Mamys
this trick.
by .
"Can foretell the future?" "The and Philadelphia.TO .
drst r
I saw toy beavers In the Mussel'
future holds. no mysteries that I can .
shall river In Montana. At first they
not unravel." "Can you untold the
dived whenever they became aware of
past}" "The ;record of all things past : Via Peninsular Occidental Steamship Company.
my presence, but after about three .
Is to me an open book." "Then," said c:;.
months they paid no attention when IAlfl
they scented me, and In six months ; the caller feverishly taking from his Connection Made at Jacksonville. for.all Points AMfL COlJIII
pocket a handful of silver "1 wish ;you
l they! would swim! around or cut bushes
within u few feet of me. lu fact, they would tell me what it Is that Day wife MILEAGE; '.rJCJJ T8.,

repeatedly stole my fishing poles cut wanted we to bring home without fall Interchangeable mileage tickets good over 13,000 miles of among the principal arn1J.lII

from green willows until I learned to this evening and name your price. railroad In the southern states, are on Male by the principal agent For ..r

use dry ones.-Country I.:fe In America. Money Is no object"Mother's For renervatUAis and lufotm.Uloa: apply to agents of the A. C. L., or write, NA

FRANK O. HOYrSToyj, ComtnerclAl, Ant.: VV. I). 8TAUK TI'u. Pl& s. Agt. SMOOTH RUN

1WL ....av. 1:18: \Vust! Uiv M., Adtur tX'illdmsf' JACKSONVILLE( KLA. l1P
A aerlows Often... II. M. EMEKsOX;: Tactile M &n.iner. W. J. CKA1O, Uen'l.* Pans Agent. I'

.I. Mr. Hanks had acquired a dictatorial WILMtVOTON. N. C. SOUTHERNRAILVAY cR

4 : manner In his youth rind It had grown Ear .
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, :, with his years. When he gradually: -

t I became nearsighted he refused to a we..a IN IIOor"..... .A"/ w".. NY1UE
) tlr3t
I SE JBA. ][
'''" A. INIANr. ANDN TH.ON .
I wear glasses and held other people re- THAT OOMV mfont THAT I Ic
eponslble for any difficulties. Into which TINS i WASHINGTON. NEW YORK IIASHVILLE and
e hU falling sight !led him. One day he SCOTT'3 EMULSION \ AIR LINE RAILWAY.
and the EAST. U
clutched by the coat sleeve a mall who. .u.Ptl./i r". mxTKA rarw. AND HOT SPRINGS N. C

i was hurrying past him on the street"I .au..r oo "' .C..A.... ION CINCINNATI CHICAGO "THE LAND OF THE SKY" I
rum nm i.TH
want a word with you Mr. yF O -
Grlggs" be said sharply. "I will detain Send for free_pl.. The NORTH and WEST ] tss "The Sapphire Country."

eoPe'f P..' Vaok.JOI'o H._... D..l.,a flailing Car
t "My: name la not Urlgga. You have and s..op aU drUUIMLw WASHINGTON, BALTIMORE. PHILADELPHIA. : YORK, Pulltnnn Can Te>....1.,.
S ;S f made a mistake" said the man. On All Tel... TJa. s..*.
"Your name Isn't Urlggft", said! Mr.

Hanks, still detaining the stranger antI Two Elegant Trains Dally x SOUTHERN RAIL I to. w. Bap A.T.Bray J.Iaw/rcaa H. .P. CAltY. PLa'N. Dlrraa. r.-- Ana.

I peering Into his face "I should like Seaboard Express Seaboard Mail. ) A. Tvu" r.T. M. W..h.-, D. Co L H. Haa0.. P.A.Mral.sr.. 0. Co
to know why not? EXCURSIONTO ,. w.. H.Tevu., A. a. P.A. Atlrti 0.. v

r' fo Chance of Oonfnalon There
"The trouble with our peophex- THEWORLD'S ,ONLY LINE Operating Dally Through Sleepers J ek'onvUle to New Orlcaim. -- -. -- -.- - --. -

claimed the popular orator "Is that .. .

p I they: "too often
erty. Seaboard, or writeA. Mallory Lines
"I don't know about other kinds of

I, license" Interrupted a thoughtful lookIng -V I A MACDONELL.! .. ,\..t. Gad t.UII Agt. S. C. BOYI.STON, Pass. Agt. _

I man from the rfudlonce, "but I can JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA.

state emphatically that there Is no confusion Nashville{ Chittihooga & St. Louis 'SPECIAL
between a marriage license and et Ry. ------- - -- --- - PASSENGER-EXPRESS STEAMSHIPS

a a liberty." 60 *
There were approving murmurs clear ATLANTA CHATTANOOGA EXPERIENCE Largest and most thoroughly equipped passenger steamlilp the coast.

back to the rear of the hull.-New Orleans NASHVILLE. KIDNEY DISEASES -NO OVERCROWDING!:


The Wore of All. "DIXIE FLYER ROUTE" are the most fatal of all di.I- ships. loa no tcjtetll) will\ UB arld? exceed ,he number of bertha.

I or the seating capacity of Dining Halls, thus insuring all Indiri. ial
"Pa, is retribution the worst thing a Leave Jacksonville, via F. B. r.,T"a: ,u.IA. es.fOLEY'S. service and attention. passengers
person can have?" ave Jacksonville, via A.O. L..<:.08 p. m.
"No. It Isn't half as! bad ns the feel- Arn..Se.Louts.<130 p.U2 and T..IU.MCOndc1at. KIDNEY| CURE II s TRADE OCSIQN MARKS

lug one baa after be has confegned and Buarantiul R'IDIdJ CO*>VMIOMT s Ac. PASSENGERS LEAVE JACKSONVILLE:: EVERY FRIDAY.Sea .

then discovered that he wouldn't have AeToaeMmdtnf sketch and deem lot Ion may ( Schedule of Ships In Florida Times-Union '
Through tollman Bleeping 'JickionTille to eweriun oar optnio* free wbN b.r an )
.been found out if ho had kept Iulllt.- 8t.Lout. In..n.T..w .. probably 'omman ...
tlnn...Mo lTi .udentlal.NAN06UOa PM.ottsen.fn..Uld..t.aayfur..runnfp.t.nta. .
refunded. Contains LOWEST NATES TO NEWT NORTH.'J
Chicago Ilecord-HeraUl. cr money ) AND ALL POINTS :

.7' "I.*. For information, schedule, map of Exposition remedies recognized by eminent .pNlm/otke Patent.1 taswi, without tbrnofh oi r Mann e.In the* CaTrecvlTe Including delightful DAYLIGHT SAIL, through the t

+ 'she TUovsrht So To.. grounds, book: of hotels and boardinghouses physicians as the best for Scieniific Jlm rltan.A FAMOUS "SEA ISLANDS."
..TJttle Brother-Do you knoMabel.. writ to .
i" I' believe if I weren't< here Captain Kidney and BUdder troubles. ." E. J. W FU. PUll
.i Spooner would kiss you. WALKER Agt. PRIGS He. sod. $1.0*, Tr.rt h.arnwnlb./1. Sole pall n.wMeaNra I tractions offered by no other line; diagrams, reseratins, tickeu, eto., apply II'
"Leave the room this minute, ;you Nashville, Chattanooga St. Louis Ry. Ml'NN&Cn.sst' ........,'Newyork '
impertinent little boyl"-Punch. Jacksonville Fla. Iced Cross IMiarmacr. tan.a c..1IIft;ell r ....wa.am.ua.A ARTHUR J W. PIE, Passenger Agent, 214 West Bay Sreet, Jaclsoaillle, Florida.j .
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1 AST COAST ADVOCATE JUNE 2-1. 1904. _., 1
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A DATE' PALM ORCHARD. England maple-augar maker > : NKW YOIU'r: ,
I The newly formed New England i
*.!...... AtM| to Eatablld. Till Uruln Dealer association: with headiuartera :t
)4. Sembler Cottage latr*.tlasr Kealwr Boston : ,
; < In purpose! to work ;
The Arizona experiment station I* I for better freight rates and Improved Hotel Marlborough

r up.o. t TITUSVILLK. FLORIDA. making n serious and uppareutty sac handling' of western grains and feed. ,
=- censful effort to establish data culture.
. lad Impin 1 U the secretary
.71o.1l7 Open All the Tear. Of all the recent Investigations, now so Broadway, :IlOth and 37th Street., :NEW YORK.
I popular in the adaptation of tropical! I I 400 Room. :200 bath room Lighted entirely with electric light.. Con- ,
, lip jr Good Board and Attention. and subtropical fruits to this country TICKLING TROUT. ducted on American and European plane, and managed under the persona i
' 00, F this la one of the most Intt'r ,'.tlnc. According supervision of the owner i
gyp' I t t Reasonable Kate, to the station's report, the older HOOT Irtah roh.r. rutch the Flab E. S. CROWELL

- part of the orchard connlsting of an With the Bur llmtil.IB _._ ._ __-__ Manager.1
', oo o Two door from F. K. C. Railway Importation from north Africa planted Kurt>p* trout poachers have tho

-- Station Tltuivllle. In July, 1WO, prospered satisfactorily repntatloii of catching trout with theirbare KIAMKSIIA, [.<\ln:, N. Y.
on. last year. A. few weak tree succumbed timid.*. The- procens In Irelnnd Inulled
lOp ------
"tick II nlJ.oo 1 could scarcely believe
-- but the average growth was vigor 'T.
MRS. A. J.
OJ p SEMBLER Proprietress that this'thing was done-that
ous. The number of new suckers Increased
e LAKE ,
1103 --- from 321 to 422.: sixty trees the, most\ timid and wary of lUh could ". r
U: TIT blossomed and four ,varieties-Ithars )h. cu\ight by the/' naked 1m ,,... Heading Kiamesha"Inn3 .\ COUNTY: <'
,431 IF. E. C. HOUSE and RESTAURANT! 'VFLORIDA.t Deglet Noor, A marl and Arechtl-produced of one fellowtout to Jail for "tic- NKW VOKK.

fruit. Varieties from Egypt klitiK" trout. I was curious enough to ,
II l
, lOp P EUROPEAN PLAN were planted In 1001 and from Arabia try the process myself In the presenceof ,r ,
33, and Italuchlstan In 1002. nn angler us witness. I found It the ,
p This "New llookledge" of the North, nestle la the mountain by the',' .
000ilia While 277 out of 070. or 41 per cent, simplest) thing In the world. u. far as ,
08, Call for what you want, and pay for what you get. We keep on bam of the trees have died the remaining the "tickling" wu concerned. The difficulty tide of a bol\lltlfullake. 3,000 foot above .ea level. I"Kxqulslto ,

,gat18s 'the bent of food that money can buy:and feed our patron with same. CO per cent Include sixty-eight out oft I\, appeared to lie In approachingthe .
, .1, No beautiful Sunrise foi '-breakfast," nor Fine Scenery with Bouquet eighty-two varieties, or 83 per cent :|, trout. Hut I found than this could : climate. All\ ,modern convenience Largo airy room.

.t, for "dinner," nor Mud Baths for "supper" and a glass. of salt water to wash Taken as a whole, therefore' the work''';:, be. done almost every time by quiet. Bowling Alleys, Golf and TennU.
411ta nd roll unit I shall neverforget
thus far hal successful In .
your meal down. You /Ret: all Ibis f.We charge for what you eat, no fairly d
06, the establishment of varieties, but from the astonished face of my friendwhen
r more. Don't confound this place with the "Indian River Adobe House
tit, a commercial point of view the loss. ban I lifted from a pool a plump Mont reasonable rate,
60.15 .We treat all alike Tourists or Rlverltes. $t.
to, C. COLLINS, Proprietor Allowing 1101411 of 40 per cent It hand just on the surface of the water. t 1 H. It. .SHARKS: Proprietor.:
8niii0 Half doKen times I lifted the same
__ ---+-__ __u ______ ___ cost under favorable circumstancesnot a .
00, less than 94 each to deliver twenty- trout tickling/ him gently on the belly -- -M --" "
JACKSONVILLE. ... five pound suckers from Africa In that and side.,. lie appeared to like It. lyingover IItYN BlAWIl, PA. '
=:aii.1 region. against my blind like a cat that

Because of.such a cost of Importationand courts rubbing. I found that I could "
the desirable do almost anything with the trout, carrying :
character of of
utl' ) DUYAL HOTEL JACKSONVILLE, FLA. the native seedling many would many prefer them In lilY band for a few moments The Mawr Hotel BRVN Ei1 {: ''

ao 10 p p to plant needs in the expectation of ob- before returning theiu to the Bryn [

see$ t taining n small percentage of good 'ater-Uul1ler' Weekly.A \' '
,, fruit bearing palms therefrom. The (U: t
,: \, .....* tvlon. "\\1, ;\ i
,::1. seeds'may be made to grow promptly Farm .1. .,) ;
lId !- Opposite postofBne. .Centrally located. Thoroughly; repalr -aDd renovated by first stratifying/ them for three or Knrm bandit In Franklin oonnty. ( Absolutely Fireproof. ) \ '..,. ..,t't\ I Iw
>1')' 0 '
four month This consist In bnryjng In., have formed a union. Object
L them under about twenty Indies ot "n eight hour day $:IO per month wltn ;,/ .
:lOp Newly furnished throllgh llt. Liberally conducted .. ,. ; ;
.8, well drained moist sand soil! board and washing and worn smallerndiitlonnl
or sandy
OPKN JUNK: TO OC1TOUF.H. Fur terms ..to,; address. ,
lOplap and keeping them moist for the time Itenm.
:OpI. Rates 2.50: per day and up. stated. They will then he well soften ----- -

,! .... ed and being planted will sprout Opnnn "

I I. B. W. SPERRY, Proprietor! promptly Instead of waiting week. or Cures a cold In 81 hours. Coughs; LKLANO!>> 8TERUY, M"I.III1"r.
- months before appearing above ground bronchitis, eatarrhIs, //l:1''CO: neuralgls, I I
i Very alkaline ground should not be and hendnohe, tognrlmr with all feverish Ia

used to start seedlings, which are much onen conditions the bowel of the without vstenx griping They act gently on 1WYN )fA Wit, .. PKNtf.JfOlEYiSKlDNEYCUKIi "
IN.: O'NEAL less resistant to salts than mature .
trees. the liver tone up tlmsyntem and oauleool.b .. .. . .
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fever hearla -
3". and he to llNnppear
.d. The date palm scale has not yet appeared like msRlo. They di,> not cnuxo the ringIng fOLmIiONEYAm '
111I ,. l. HAS LEASED TUE In the Tempe orchard I nil lent. In the bend. Price 'J.'x, at H.d Cross
- Pharmacy, Tltusvllle. Makos Kidneys and Bladder A'Vht' Cares Oold.l Prevent Pneumonia'

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- It Is open on the American plan. Rates $2.50 per day and upwards. siir
,e The hotel Is being thoroughly renovated and put In first-clac condition. HAVE YOU i
When finished, It will be second to none In the city. New evator and
new plumbing is !bsWng: Installed. New and large sample room being added.
Rooms with bath, from May lat to Nov,. let, $,) per day.. r

I WESTMOR ELAND HOTEL West Bay and Cedar Streets.JACKSONVILLE ,, v1.7 J I

FLAP, 'H ,. I"._;m,,,
THEggg i ..(
American plan. Centrally located. Just built and open- ;
Three years from plan tin..]
ed this season. Fine cooking and good; table. Hot and Cold Water ,
Ing the extermination of tills menaceto 1

Baths, Elevator, etc. Five minutes from any whaVf or depot. All the palms by the hydrocyanic acid
gas fumigation employed when the
street oars pans the door. Rate, $4.00 to $12.50 per day. pit 1 ins were received. A new enemy J,

has been noted during the year,In the
Mrs. A. J. WALKER, Proprietor. burrowing "gophers" so common about

irrigated fields. These creature, encountering .
I'I the succulent root of the WALTON BLOCK ?
I The New Travelers Hotel JACKSONVILLE, FLA. palm underground follow them clear i
Into the tree, oftentimes eating out the

-On the American and European Plan- center, with fatal results. These depredations
have been noticed
only In
Under new management. Newly furnished and renovated. A, ple.uant I
utiUy ground, which these animals
family home. Rates American Plan, i.OO: and $2.50; European, 50qts most Inhabit. The date palm orchard .

and up. AH cars form Union Station stop at the door.II. being on heavy soil baa thus far es

W. HANCOCK, Proprietor.The caped.
beautifully located Riverside Hotel, at Green Cove Springs, I Is under the H-Ht I.e.
1 same management Good For tb* D.I.7''''..'
Ueluvon. Wl*.-Established In Wai- I
worth county, In one of Wisconsin'sest
It, Cor. )Main and Adam Streets, > dairy sections is a new factory ';"" \I
'I'II New Victoria for the production of "milk: powder" .', ;
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. bT the cold process reduction of milk. I,,,,; ,

JACKSONVILLE'S NEW MODERN HOTEL The company' proposition, as outlined
to a meeting of several hundred
Everything new;; centrally located; elegant suites with private baths. farmers held lately nt tJel1l van, ,
Rates: American $3 to $::1); European, rooms 5cts; and upwards prota
lace well for the SSS
:Special Rates to Commercial Travelers.R. farmers. It la stated
KIXf.EK, Prop. Formerly Prop, River View Hotel. that at the New Hampshire factory of
his company 2 rents a pound more
-- than the market price for butter fat
I AHLO nEACH.r bOil been paid to patron. and that thA
company will\ pay the farmer here on A NEW INVENTION. .
r a basis that equal the Elgin butter *

OCEAN VIEW PABLO BEACH, price besides 20 cents a hundred for r
t.t.r,r FLORIDA. ho skim milk all It comes from the .
scales. A new feature also will be Recently Patented all Over tba World

:1 MAGNIFICENTLY LOCATED. be collection of the milk by the company -

In its own wagon sent out for "

i Ocean Front, near East Coast Depot.? Has all Outside Rooms. the purpose; The Walton. j -
I .
Bath. A New' Caaaavm Starch r..o.,. .'.
"Sea and Sulphur
A $100.000 cassava starch factory Iso \ ', if
r be built at Lake City Fla.. by a Chicago Self-Locking Tackle Block
:. firm. The citizen of the town
RATES::*:2 per day, |3, to $12 I per week. 1t. provide the site and subscribe for a

Special to Families by the Month. \. large block' of stock. The inlll will Made la various shape and sizes, of
bare a dally rapacity of 120 ton of WOOD, IRON and BRONZE. Will ,
(1. 1 raw material and Is expected to be a' work equally well with rope, chain or
great aid to farmer In the locality bynrnlshlntc wire rope.
a market for cassava roots. Will work at any bight, upside down, .

Owners and proprietors. horizontally at any angle and will /.
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State and national! aid for th. ,improvement stop and lock at any point

OLD SHAimEE'/n, GOO ALI>, FLA. of road was Important. Invaluable for every kind of bUill a..* '.

topic at the good rood convention where a block Is needed, frequently is".
and Senator Latimer of Sonth Carolina log the labor of one man or more.
OLD SEABREEZE, made a strong address on national *p- I
The Seaside Inn GOOD ALL, FLA. proprlatloo. Nothing like It for banging or stretchIng .
. It was maintained by a fanner Institute '1 '4 wire
11 speaker at the KaakannitWl Addres all communications to theII f
LI now open for the summer season, under the management; of the owner, r
( .) roundup that the sugar beet I*
HORACE: F. STE'V ART. handsome and new, situated on Daytona
very exhaustive to fertility, of soil! Walton Self-Locking Block Co
Beach, the hotel la modern in all its appointment, with large, airy, pleasant and a system of crop rotation most be ,
rooms overlooking the ocean and opposite Keating' Casino and Pier. olio wed. | (Incorporated.)

The surf bathing la unexcelled. Term moderate. Tlant thick, but thin quick"! -one Ofllc and Wareroom, 401( Atlantis Ave.
BORACE V. STEWART, Owner and31 anager.: of the wise Buying In forestry. | A
Near Kowe'i; Wharf, Elevated Station.BOSTON' .
t tI .. Indiana 1* agitating: for better rofld
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L Individual farmer fanner institutesand ,
Purdue university are all i ----
s THE ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING OFFICE ed In a movement to ask the te I Sample Block can be seen at the AD- ,,E c r wq' .

furs for Improved road .la'l + r I ; TOCATK. office,Tltusvlll.;and at the store q ,fit ,
ALL KIND3 .. A "bumper crop" seems to be of S. Jj. Hubbard Co., Jacksonville. t'tl
I.. ....C ,.> OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT general_ expectation among the 2>.w t Call and Me there block working,


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J.J'I ., f ; ? J't'S': Of: Xliittl: \, 1.7s BRITISH ARMY OFFICER DIESIN WHY USE OLD STYLE BLOCKS, East Coast Meat

: noJ 'I i iv I ST. AUGU TINE. I ins when Tackle you can Blocks buy tbe at nearlyth best Self-Lock same Market

f JEWELERS AND SILVERSMITHS: ;' price. Now. In use in the United O. F. DUREN" Agent
Col. Thomas French late of the Brit.Ish
I 41 West Bay Street States Army and Navy Departments.
army who has made this city hie
5 \ I' JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. Lome for the 'past three years, died at Examine them atPiltchard A Sons, or I
a : ::iargeat stock In tills section of country, his residence on Marine St., Saturday tbe ADVOCATE office. Tltusvllle.\ .
Established In 18i8. rsMi' evening aged! about seventy years. Col. U't -c .
I, 'T French came here with his wife. for the .. a '
Send for descriptive catalogue. I''III .....N.N.N NNN
ul benefit/ of his health, which Improvedbut ike 2'-1
slightly lie made many friends : E. Vesey Hall, Z
-THEfLORIDA 'h, !'. I here and being a man of vast experience
.i antllel\rnlnlZ. he always appeared bilgbt 2 leorglana Fla. J JJ : == &i
/ ; : and entertaining.: He was a member of 4
MOTOR CO. / the AI.iHonlo and Knlghtn of Pythias orders Boat Builder. !
I ", : and a member of the Episcopal
ti DAYTONA FLA Ir/ church. The funeral took place at 4 !ONLYFmsT.cLA8SWORK. A, :
_ \ full line of..., Write for Estimates. I
Carry ,it r r.r..T ,'" Episcopal church, with military honors. : !
3 AUTOMOBILES and TIRlft >1, ': The veterans of the city attended, as did :.............NH.NN
I "'. also the members of the Masonic and
.....In ItC/ck. also), : For you; t, fume and fret after the fire Knight of Pythian orders. The remain =
MARINE and STATIONARya'AISO. 'it over, if you do not carry any Insuranceon :. were also escorted by two' squads of the ..........................N/N.NNmNN.HNNN

MNE your !property. St. Augustine Rifles. The Interment : F. A. Morgan, Vroprletor. E. R. llldkewood Registered Druggist, J I
ENGINES, i took place In the National Cemetery f :/
I DYYAMOS.I with full military bonois. Including the
f' :A f.2:0EI.G-.A.1\T: :: cb wL.TON, firing of a salute and the sounding: of
I MAGNETOS FIre| and Life Insuranco Agents. taps. The deceased Is survived by Mrs. J
; HATTER:: .. French and an adopted BOO, who Is In RED
of 1
EVAl'OUIJSKUS, Boston.-St. Augustine correspondent
SPARK: COILS Sole I?Agents In Brevard County for the rimes Colonel trnion French was one tbe heroes of j1 j1A

and PLUGS .: NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO.GRAND the famous lirliUh Light/ Brlgtde, Immortalized : TITUSVIULK FLOKiDji. :
at all kinds,'and are offering them for .. .. by Its memorable charge at .
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I caNt at.... J' Balaklava. He was 73 years of age. Complete Stock of- >

!4d, : They have a few bargain In f0 Prescriptions Filled With the \
Utmost Care and Promptitude la:, <
.., / A few years ago/ travel northward at
KNOX ''.: 'cL- this season of the year was extremely i' '. abL WE WANT YOUR TRADE. GIVE US A TRIAL ORDER. \ -

I'I BUICK, 'to ., light, for the reason that all the tourists Z Choice Line of Cigars, Stationery, School Supplies, Perfumery Brushed,
III WHITE,=, I, had departed, and there were not very Toilet Articles, Shoulder Braces, Fine Candies, and all other articles kept
2 by up-to-date drug: stores. ,,
DE l1OOY.HtAN'1'.FEIUU, .' ,1: many home folks to go. A glance at the X !!rr We give prompt( and careful attention to all mall orders. *
r 't ( \:::: Ships of the Clyde Line as they glide ..+.....++............+.....+......+..+.*+..*...+.
,\ gracefully from their d cks at Jacksonville

Al ll l Kinds of ;.A'\':' ,r,, business, will fine convince with this the popular beholder Steam.thai E_ L. ::se:: :c d<;, :eeO.: "I

i LATHE WORK ship Company, Each ship goes north -DEALERS IN-

P 1 A Specialty, ,1 with a full list of passengers and we; hear GROCERIES, GRAIN AND HAY, AND ALL FOOD PRODUCTS .
'. nothing but praise of the Clyde Line
( ., We handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agent for APES FERTILIZERS,
Write for Prices and Tormst: service We deal exclusively In the above line of goods: and solicit the trade of aU conaumer
A trip to Now York by the Clyde Lines Write ,UH for prices on Grain and all Groceries, delivered at your station a

i ..21.; :Le: MOTLO"VV" .I It a most delightful experience, for on E. L. BRADY & BRO. r TITUSVILLE, FLA. 1

I 'I; I" TY2r their floating:, pnlare* cnn be found all __ _'_ __. ___ .. ._ --
l.j '"
,r : the comforts of home; *tater'M.niH lire

,I'. \t ,. a clean anti airy: and I their ta>>l"'"a ate cup- w. E. GOLDSMITH:

(,i 1. : CELEBRATION plied with the In-Ht' of ev"i'>'tlilntc to eat. ,
'J"'J"I, Special::! summer rxonrKloi) tlikats' ere -J)0l1f1In-

I '" 't; now on Hale Hf the low ,me of >115 I; round STAPLE AND FANCY 'GROCERIES HAY GRAIN FRUIT AND
jH trip between/ irkimnvll. .. and New. York,
flrMt-cl""H inenln' and PRODUCE' OF ALL KINDS .
: t pasmixe, stateroom .
berth. Included.. This rate coupled with
ft' :; ( ;
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the elegant .nloo or this popular line,

If"M II should Induce the people of F'orlila to INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORY.

tulle a trip and enjoy .the Invigorating\ ,
J 1 lifo, giving: ,: ozone of Old Ocean. T1TUMVILLE FLA.
I :: ,,' .' -----. la prepared to furnish Ice In any qUI\ntttY-I'-aokod or loose. /Special attention
.. paid sacking/ for Yachts. or fur family use. Fail dealing is my motto.
I, l t., FAST TRAINS. a T T. WECMOItE. Proprietor.Till I

Ir I ;j'' Fine Liquors Wines Beers .FOURTH OF JULY. -
1 Anew. world's record for the conveyince J
Ales Stout Eto. of malls. established. !
L' tySend me your orders I the Great Western Railway of Great ,
TITUSVILLE and CJCOA, FLORIDA Britain. A shot time since this line
''I took the mail which was landed by the
} North Oermnu, Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime Cement
d Lloyd Steamship Com ,
: ; J. L. MOBLEY of PI, I Ii.
tiny moil F.nfllantf.Rn.llnnde the
At recent held InTitusvllle It unanimously ,
a meeting was journey from thereto. London, distance y.
;,,' TITUSVILLE, FLA. I of two bundled 1 and forty nix miles In '"
decided to celebrate the Fourth of
July and ,
Lc Contracts for all kind of Palutlncr. Kalomlnlng. three hours, f.>.,' seven iniou.... The .Vitrified, Paving and Sidewalk Brick...."
Staining Finishing and Paperhanging thereby give everybody a good, old-fashioned time. train maintained an average speed
at the most reasonable price throughout the whole jtuiney of over Offices foot ot If Street, Jacksonville, Florida. Telephone No. 26i|
oonslstent with good workmanship. Among some of the Interesting events of the day Ixty-flvo/ miles an houi The lit't. one ngan
hundred and eighteen miles. from Bristol J, K. MUNNKRLYN General
will be the following : to London, covfied In
I t All Work on the East Coast wait exactly one .
hundred mlnuien, equivalent. to
8K: ( ) Grand Concert the Indian River Band Avenue. seventy
a in.- by on Washington and tontha miles
eight hour
an which Is
Is ,
Especially Solicited. .
The Olilent Established: Grain and Seed House In the State.
Let rat know what yon want and get my 0:00: 1\, in.-Big Baseball Game between! TUusville and Kim: Oolite. P. S. pretty fast traveling.

estimate on It. Prompt attention Tirua Committee! iY ,

given to all work. 10:00: a, in.-Catching the Greasy Pig Open to all comers."" Prize, $J.50. On CHURCH NOTICES. Wm.: A. Sours: cSc Co.I

Washington Avenue. J. 0. OSBAN, Committee .......

William II in dIe, 10:110:: a. in.-Boys' Foot Hace-one shoe on and one shoe oft First prize f.1: ; : There church Mill(In be Cocoa preaching, next In Sun: the, ay Methodist at 11- GRAIN HAY AND GARDEN SEEDS

TIN COPPER /beoond prize,,::3. For boys between" 10 and IB ;years of age On a. m., and 7:10: p. m. A I Il\r" Invited to ,
AND SHEET. IRON Washington Avenue. C. II. WALTON, Committee. Je present. '
: ... ..... Flour, Grits, Meal and Fertilizers
.. 11:00: m.-A Grand Fantastic Parade open to everybody. One of the fea ;...;.

', ", Plumbing Pump Work Pipe Fitting., tares of the day. Can go on horseback, mule donkey bicycle in sit _ow. MOo 112 East nay Street JACKSONVILLE, FLA. ,

,\ J J GALVANIZED IRON STORAGE carriage' or walk. Prizes, for the most ridiculously dressed! personwill ARE YOU LOOKING.., Agrs.WBMtaMBJMft for Purina MS B Feert' W"reh 1U1 < tI track of R. A. L. R'y. and Plant System.

; be glveil all follows: First prize. Horseback or Carriage $:.1; --_-- :. _.:: : 6
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j TANKS MADE TO ORDER. Second prize, Bicycle $:1; Third prize Walking, *A Si art Ing from ..FOR BUSINESS ?

I 1 Your Patronage la Solicited.\ Washington Avenue!, near Indian River State Bank, E. L. BRADY,

j. ,S COCOA FLA. ]12: o'clOl'k-Uulllo Committee.by the Indian River Band If yon are. liien AUVKKTISK: In the rsdp tats 'll

: la: ::30 p. in,-One of the biggest Barbecues on record Several beeves and pigswill EAST COAST AOVOOAFK, ouo of the moat ,e I
Stanley Kitchiiig widely cltculatvd! piipnrM In this. Hint, .
I' be roasted whole, and a grand dinner will be in order FREE.
-Dealer In- Take place near the school house. J./"". ORAN Committee. Your money utUv will lie "'/\ .11, but t
your' trade will be .n .ttll'lo1l1v, increased. I 1
fISHING TACKLE, STATIONERY,CIGARS, :2SO; ( p, in.-Horse. Racing on Tltiuvllle It:ice Track. Open' to all-ouulers. One of Jacksonville's( ; prominent, rner- SPAULDING'S ROSE, No. 4' $3.25 Bbl.
,. IOO.OO in prized, divided In sums of *I 15 and $10. Kaces to be 350, BLISS TRIUMPH $3.00" '
China "
Tobacco Pipes, Candles Fancy recently wr"ite n" : '\6' Inverted
and Temperance Drinks.The aim) and :200 yard,and a quarter mile race. Entrance free. Matches our ad. In your | aper for three months, I, HEBRON ; $2.75" '
following brands of cigars deliveredat will be run after the above events. D. B. PHITCHAKD Committee Garden and Field Seeds.
trial. It has
as a
uli.aily d."" ut.o.l, *<>
. j
tJ.21: per box of 60: 7:10: p. m,-Orand Display of (Fireworks on Washington Avenue. .'. It!. TAY- please Insert tits ad. for another nine I L 0. 1.MTs1ROTsT. Soodszn.an.
JIumboldt West Smokers Premos "
t Key LOll, Committee months."
V f Cremo Cubanas, r'ohalnkl. I 14 East Bay St.. Jacksonville, Fla.
Orand Ball In the Muslo Southern That la how live
6:30: p in.- Opera House by Orchestra. up-to-date merchants'
Flinch Cards, flOo.( Hand Made Palmetto
i Hats; :2So..: W. S. BRANNINO, Committee? speak ing medium.of the ADVOCATE at .
fe'crfi.' STUART FLORIDA Low rates on the F. E. C Railway, and visitors o towncan return home .
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I the same night at. .10 :M) p. MI., southbound, and :S ::18 a. m,, northbound

"It Robbins & Graham Go.I A great many of. our river resident are already!! planning to come toTltuslllt ",- -

>' >, and I It Is estimated that we will have about 3tMH: visitors In town on the
t, (Incorporated.) above ocraalon. GLOBE: frA F pt !
PAID UP CAPITAL .25,000.00..
,Everybody invited to come and have a good time.
Till*company owns M:

:' ,; 31A.t: 3ST :3D S, -- ___ GASOLINEMARINE i 2 !
\ Ill Ailvl--u IToJrrt. --
.1' t & the Indian Rivet Country; On the St TALKING BIRDS. Johnson -- I'" thliiKIn, oh niu'nyln' r> 2 ,ff

J i I Luole River; at New River and on Day dnt younsccHt;. TJioinpton Jl1.: Jackson, '
; Blsoayne. Prices to suit the times -Don't do It. nlusali./ : I>on't do It. Hilt ENGINES: :
r : It Is wonderful how bird are taught gal tttiinot keep n job mure'n two o d
\ Send for Land List. to: talk, but II la equally wonderful to M',vcka. Don't do It.-Albany JounmL. t P Xf
; Offices at Tltusvllle and Miami, Fla ace, the worse stammerer curetl\ of :Stamnerlng :: ::;
1, :... In a few days Dr. 0. W. Ran- Dade County Land I'or Sale. ""2
noted of tile voice :c
lolph, a specialist r. t")
; Hodgson Bros. f rom St. Louis, baa demonstrated this -
act to( Mr. L. C. Caoova. a prominent For, sale, cheap the northeast quarterof i..:: C
lilzen of Palatka, FI..., in the cure -of 8
Ely OALLIE INDIAN RIVER, FLA. his two son, and several others, in a southeast quarter of section 3, township

Marine hallway t ew days. Dr. Randolph Is now at St. 33, aouth of range 41 east; close to THE S. B. HUBBARD CO. -"
George Hotel Jacksonville, Fla., and
General Merchants and, Ship Chandlers. rill remain until the 10th ot July Seer O. K. Wood' pineapple plantation on Ii
I ..Special Facilities.. >, write him at once. lie cornea high St Lucie River;40 acres. I -..AQ.EnVTSj:: : :

For Hauling Out, Storing and Repairing ,f recommended .by leadlog'men., as Also the northeast quarter of north- ..
well as lending papers all over tkettoutb.Jr. .
i Yachts and Launches. L. C. Canova will\ write you abouthe !east quarter of section IS, township 38 Jacksonville. Florida. H ;2,
wb. tH cure of his sons If you desire 'south of range 41 east; on south fork of # -
Mcntlod the ADVOCATI o writing
A -___ St LucIe River; 40 acres Apply to 1:1

Cheap at this office. remember the ADVOCATE. office. Tltu vill U*. J .


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