East Coast advocate
Full Citation
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079908/00301
 Material Information
Title: East Coast advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: July 1, 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
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071720
oclc - 34175701
notis - AKR0019
lccn - sn 96027112
System ID: UF00079908:00301
 Related Items
Succeeded by: Indian River advocate

Full Text



: :"
Ii !' C">>

m=- ..


... df : 5- .

,. -

..", -,

b I,
.. ,"
&- ;

t AN IND IA.N RrVER. C H Jam, ii I ac LE _.--.., t'':),,' ; ,

-. .. ---. -'-- .- \

-_.., -- .'\.

t LOCAL NEWS -Mr. L. A. Brady Is around. again, Special Fourth ol July Sale Miss, Annie Norwood returned from a AT THE SEASIDE. AMONG THE- HOTELS.The .

after a couple of weeks' illness. at Kline's. visit with her mister, Mrs. J. T. Knox, at -

nd Topics of General Interest. -Mr. R. A. Bobbltt of Tltusville, I Eden, on Wednesday. The coming of the warm weather has ADVOCATE: U now on tile at all
I canned few to (lock to the
quite a people
spent the first part of this week in AN EXCELLENT QUALITY OF Capt. Orlando Qiiarterman, of Clionter Ooodnll tbe best hotels In New York city
seaside, and the Seaside Inn, ,
THE ADVOCATE. Cocoa. Men's Blue Serge Coats, splendidly made, Shoats, and Capt. II. Wilson, of Oanavor1 managed and owned by Mr. II. F. Stow Where to stop along the East Coast.

(1.50 per annum, In advance.. -Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Stewart are still\ worth $4.00; Monday's Special, *3 (00 1 were Is town yesterday.Mr. art, has been doing an exrellentbuslneae See list of hotels and boarding houses '
1.00 six months, ALSO ,ANOTlIEK 'GHADE known I
$2.00 per an. to foreign countries. enjoying themselves' at Indian. Springs, the True value, usual price to.Oec,1, ); (, Tom Johnson, the cooper, made of ll\te-In fast the hotel Into boon lookIng on 1st and 7th pages.
Ga. ten foot In the* tower of iulte lively this week. Music, oardu.
J3T" Reading notice ada. arc"ten cents 300. a tagk Capt. | Before you leave home for Jacksonville
I JOllieR Prltchard's wind mill, last week. tiding, driving, Hulling. cI ancing amt, tort read tbe hotel\ ads 7th
or 1 line on this page.: -Extra copies of the ADVOCATE are ENTIRELY NEW LINK OF NEGLIgee on our page(

:'i, When you subscribe for the ADVOJJATK printed weekly for free distribution Shirts, up-to-date patterns worth I -Attorney George M. Uobblns\ 1 has I bathing help to while away the time, so that you may know to stay

: by the year, It does not cost you among hotels and people In the north. tl.fiO; special, 1.00 been attending to law matters In Day I And everybody! scorns to be having an enJoyable The) Seaside Inn, Goodall la better
|hree cents per week, postage Included. I time. The Seaside Inn Is open)
tons Jacksonville and Miami this week
-Mr. Chas It. rjeantson.of Miami, WE WILL ALSO PUT ON SALE winter and summer, and Mr and Mrs patrouUed than ever, at thin time of J

ale THE at: the EAST following COAST news-stands ADVOCATED, at Is five bn was In town a short while Wednesday, about t fiOO'pairs of Men's Odd Trousers, i -Ju Jge I). L. Gauldon left hero, Wednesday Stewart do their utmost to make tUol year, whloh Is very gratifying to Mr. H.Y. .

i |ents per copy : en route borne from Orlando and other new and desirable patterns, ranging In for Jacksonville and DeLand, guests feel at home. ; Stewart, the owner and manager,

Tltusvllle-Red Cross Pharmaoy. places. price from $3,00 to ").00. and expects to return hero In time for The ADVOCATE editor spentaooupl Mr. W. C. Fielding, n former assistant

Jacksonville-Duval hotel. -Mr. R. E. Mlms, of Bonaventure, of All the mall above orders promptly filled for any I the Fourth of July sports of day at the Seaside Inn the first' of manager at the Indian River hotel, Tl i

1 Note date of expiration printed upon superintendent of public instruction, was goods. I -Mr. W. S. Oarvoy, prominent, resident the week, and noted that the house wn tusvllle, now holds a position aa chief of i
t our i a receipt paper or for wrapper your money.every No need In town onTuenday, and gave:! our office Tltusvllle KLINE,Fla. I of Cincinnati, was In town a abort already commencing to fill with guestN the office stag at tho Ocean View hotel,

br as to send receipt subscription.. a pleasant call. while on Wednenday, en route to his among them being: J, W. Reagan, wife l'ablo Beach, where he will bo glad to

the date gives it to you. I orange grove at Ilockledge. and two children, of Ooala; A A. Own greet hU Indian River friends. r
1 -Mrs. C. F. Fisher, after ten days -Remember, If you Intend going I thaw Joe T. Crenahaw, Wlnnnit, Wlss '
-ADVOCATES for sale at the Red i
J Pharmacy Tltusvllle. spent pleasantly at Jensen visiting Mr. North, the Clyde agent Is In Tltusvllle, -Mr. L. R. Decker and nop, Mr. T. N, Nelson. Waylor! and Miss Edith Saylnr, of I' New, up-to-date per elaln baths and

1 rose and Mrs. C, S. Schuyler, returnedto and he can secure your tickets and Decker, with the latter's wife and baby Cincinnati Mlits Vivian Boulon New lavatories have been placed In the Indian p
1 ,
\ I-M'. 'V. A. Farmer, of Fort Pierce, her home In Tltusville on Wednesday. berths. l.*fe here taut Saturday, for Elmira: N. ; River hotel), Contractor Wm. Hindle, of I
Mrs, D. Philadelphia
I York city; Levy, ;
sin i town'on Saturday afternoon. Y., and other places to upend the summer Cocoa, and a staff of men doing the
-Mrs. B. R. Wilson leaves: Sunday, -The usual Wednesday night dunce Mrs h. I. Wall and children, Santa FtI,
work. also been
New shingle roofs have
Mr. Wm. M, Eatman, of St. Augusta for Jacksonville: where she will\ join her took place at the Opera house Tit u.- i Isle of 'Inns, ; Clark 1-. Cole, Atlanta; placed! <<1 over the north and south wingsof

a, was In town on Tuesday and Wed. daughter Miss Jeannette, and they will vtlle, and It wan falily well attended It Mr. A. T.. Mathem, of Tropic, was In J. A. Endow St. Augustine; H. Y. the hotel. '

to aday; leave on the Clyde Line for Derby,Conn.,, is said to have been one of the most enjoyable town, Wednesday, for a short .while. Snow: Palatka; Mrs. S. E: Newton De-

fr. and Mrs. L, C. Branding left via New York. dances la iteveral weeks Mr. Mathers owns tli. old McMillan Land ; Jos K Owen"" Hastings; C. M. Mr*. G, E. Endy of St. Petersburg! ,

h|re the end of last week, on' a visit .* place, near Tropic which hIt Is about to Ileubleln, Jacksonville, Fla. ; It. Wilson, Fla., now holds the position of chief
Sheriff Joseph P. Brown, who left -Mr. Wm. M. Brown president cf the
_ fwlth relatives. dUpose of. t-' Hastings; II, O. Purman, North Caro clerk at the Indian River hotel, Titus
h here for Indian Springs Ga., several Fort Dallas National Bank, Miami, left vllle and Is friends
IIDIC.. Li. Walton, Tltusvllle, and milking many among
Dr. John M. Dixon has had a new weeks ago,. with his wife and daughter, here, on Saturday: last, for New York, -Mr. Casper Minis has acorp'ed a position other.; the traveling" public; while Master Arthur t
1(fawning placed over tbe east side of the In the Indian Hlyer State Bank
returned Tltusvllle Tuesday and where he was called business
f to on suddenly upon The dance In KeaUng's Casino, "on Losley Is the assistant clerk. These,
I V Daren raea\ market on Washington ave. and the Florida Ext: Mot Co., of Tltusvllle
him matters. He Is
Ills many friends are pleased to see expected home this 81\tprtlay night was largely attended, appointments are made owing to Manager -

n -Mrs. Maude L. Richards, one of In town again. Mrs. Brown and daugter week. I IMr. and will, probably, enter upon his and tbe merry dancers "tripped tbe Hast having leased the Breaker

Aden's!: prominent pineapple returned the same time and are lookingIn I new duties today.Mr. hotel at which will take
growers, Ed Knox. chief clerk In the light fantastic" until midnight.: Seabreeze up a
_ .was a pleasant visitor to town on Mon.day. fine trim after their! outing In Georgia. grocery store of It. L. Brady A: Bro., left '. James Paine, of St.: Lode, after : deal of his time. Mr. F. A. Losley, of '

-Mr. and Mrs Harry Wilson will leave bere, Wednesday, on month's. vacation. spending a few day In town with his DEATH OF MR. CHAFFEE Tltusvllle, I. assistant manager of the

-Mr. W. H. McFarland, of Titusvnie, Tltucvlllo tomorrow, to spend a few He will visit Indian Springs, Ga., and ulster and brother-tn-lnw, Judge and came to-hand last Saturday Breaker., which opens for the season today
[with Forepaugh's; and Sells' Bros,shows, days with his brother, Mr. A.; K. Wilson other places and may go to the World's Mrs I M.\ S. Jones left for home on Friday that Report Mr. F. It. Chaffee, brother of )Ir. .

(Will. be in Bellville, Ontario, to-day, and and family, at F.rt Pierce. Mr. Wilson, Fair at St. Louis afternoon last Fred. S. CLaiTee, formerly of Tltusvllle
10 Toronto on the 4th. who Is the junior partner In the Insurance -Tbe many friends of Miss Rose Big- -The trestle at Maytown on the San. and Ankonn, but now of Jacksonville,

business of Sohuyler & Wilson, ,.Ill combine ford branch of the F. E. C. R '. -
-Attorneys C. C. Chllllngworth and i low, who Is on a visit In Jacksonville, ) was bad shot himself accidentally at Houston,

|:w. I. Metcalf, of West Palm Beach, were business with pleasure by spending will be sorry to learn! that she has been so badly burned, yesterday morning Texas, on the 34th of June, and died In :New Machinery lnst.ll.d.
the Fourth at Fort Pierce. that I It considered unsafe to the Capt. J, 0, Walton, president of the
jn town a day or so thle week, attendingo suffering from bone felon, which will) was run stantly. Mr. Chaffee, who was wen

law matters before Judge Jones. -We are pleased to note that our compel her to 'stop performing on the train over the same, so the train returnedto known to many resldentsof Indian Hlverwas Walton! Self-Locking Block Co., -104 Atlantic

Tltusvllle. member of Indian Hlver Lodgi Avenue, Boston, writes us that
subscriptions for
: subscribers are rapidly paying their piano some weeks. a
-Mr. Cbas. M. Ileubleln Instructor
to the demand for the Wai
and there are very few now -Mrs. D. W. }Monroe Is expected to F. .t A. M., Tltusvllle, and was burled owing great
of the of
IQf New York Life
agencies; -Mr. 1.. C. Moore, of Roseland, was a ton block and their patent roller-bearing
Jacksonville from until who have not sent In their 1.50. During return Tltusvllle la a week or ten day, to at Houston on Monday last, with all the
,; spent Saturday northbound passenger, Sunday, en route Bind Mason. heaven, and the Inability of the manufacturers t
honors' of a degree
tbe post few weeks we have lost one attend to some business which demandsher
In town when he left for
I Sunday tbe
to Chicago and other points, and will be The relatives of deceased have the to supply them fast enough,
down-river subscriber and gained fourteen attention. An ADVOCATE
},Seaside Inn, Goodall. gone five or six months. Mrs. L. C. he; above company has been compelled
of their
new pnes. This goes to prove that I. Informed that Mrs. Monroe will, probably heartfelt sympathy many
I; According o letters received at this Moore and her mother, Mrs. John Goode, to put In new machinery and power.
{ with Coast friends.
the ADVOCATE Is aa popular as ever make Tltusvllle her home In the
|office from down river residents, there of Melbourne, will join Mr. Moore later, Now they are able to fill( ordera more exedltlously -
Indian[ River residents.Mrs. future, so as to give" her children the advantage -
twill be quite a number of people In TI. and they will take In the World's Fair at GRAND BALL AT TITUSVILLEOn [> than heretofore, a* they fit,
of school.
itusville on the Fourth, and they are Emma J.; Walsh, of Baraboo, St. Louis, before returning home. be a good) Her many jut together their blocks, and make their
friends will to welcome heron
launch Wis., baa had the) honor of being ap- Monday night next, July 4th, there sheaves.
|coming by train, sailboat and, -July 2nd, the mall leaves Tltusvllle for her return. own patent
arrfage.r pointed hostess for the Wisconsin State the Banana river on the will take place one of the ,grandest balls The Walton Self-Locking Block hat
new contract.
the World's Fair. Mrs. Messrs. J. E. Vincent and G. M. In the house Tltusvllle .
Building at of tbe season, Opera been the
Another change on the Tltu vllle- Capt. C. F., Fischer's new boat, which surely appreciated by public, alIt ;
Walsh Is well and favorably known to Dykes, of /tit:: Augustine, who have started and tbe celebrated Southern Or-
baa long-felt want-not only In
anford branch"of tbe F. E. Railway will be used to carry the mall on this ,
I of Rook where she business In Tltnsvllle, under the firm will discourse sweet music for
residents ledge, chentra
many holding the load at point but U I.
Is any ,
book place on Tuesday, when Mr. E. H.Ilhodes route completed and waiting for the
of J.
I visited few winters and name E. Vincent Co have one dancers.
a ; on one occasion the
merry one of the greatest labor-saving devises
of St. filled the machinery, which has been
Augustine; delayed some
took the first pi lie: as the Goddessof of the finest launches lu port, and It can Those from a distance who attend the 10 the world In fact It has created
time. This has ;
>lace of Mr. O. L Prltcbard as oonduct- necessitated tile securing
: at grand ball generally. be seen anchored off the City and do to over all
Liberty" a fancy given of another launch till the ball not want" stay new use for blocks People who never
the train.
on machinery Is
pr by> Mr. Horace R. Shares, proprietor .of In the new boat and In wharf. The firm use the launch In connection night; oan leave Tltusvllle for the southon used blocks before are clamoring after
-Capt. H. Y. Spow, of Palatka, has the New Rockledge hotel. I. probable that Clarence working Summerlln's. I with their fish business. Me.srs, tbe 10:50: p. m. train ; and for the this new and valuable Invention, the demand -

een making fine record at hauling In Vincent and Dykes have built a commodious north at ::12 on Tuesday morning.
fur which Is
SEND YOUR MACHINE WORK ANV> launch, the Edith, wlllbe chartered and I rapidly Increasing
lab with hook and line, from tbe Kent- fish warehouse on the 'old steamboat The Opera house doors will be thrown the United States.Captain .
orders for Hardware, Building Material placed on tbe run until Capt. Fischer's throughout
jig pier at Gopdall, of late. The Capt. Etc., to The Geo. II. Fernald launch Is ready. landing.Mr. open at 8 o'clock and dancing- will com Walton will take pleasure In

quite popular, and his many beach Hardware Co., Sanford, Fla. and Mrs. Tom. F Howes; who mence at DM:: )) p. m.. sharp. showing bis Florida friend. tbe various.

fiends always watch for his arrival. WHEN YOU WISH TO DRIVE, call have been at Sebastian for some time Do not forget this grand ball. kinds of solf-locking bloek's, If they will q
F and Mrs. Geo. F. Miles of St. the ____ .
-Mr. upon Tltusvllle Livery, at rear of -
o past, and latterly at Oak Hill, arrived In 4 call at the Boston offices.
OUltTIl of JULY GOODS at I Augustine; who are welt known to a Bobbins' law office, for a stylish, up- town on Tuesday afternoon, and are now -The Ladles Culture Club will bold

I J. K. Walker & Co's, 'number of, residents along the East to-date rig. Leave your order for i residing In the cottage: owned by Mr.G It. next regular meeting on Tuesday .

Coast, are now at their summer borne at all kinds of double and single hauling. F. Duren, and formerly occupied by nut Instead of Monday, a* the Fourth pipe For Hale.

| TilE CELEBRATED STAR BRAND Pomfret Center, Conn. Mr. Miles, who Feed and sale stable a specialty.J. I Mr. S. W. Carroll. Mr. Howell Is l In Tltusvllle fall. on tbe latter day this year -
(SIIOES, only at J. R. Walker and Co's. I. president and general manager: of tbe M. OSIIAIT' Tltusvllle Fla. I For sale, cheap 2,000ft. lJln:. .lid
to tbe branch house of
manage -Dr. E. It. Blakewood of the lied 000ft. 3-Inch Galvanized Pipe, tn good
1 Tltusvllle, Fla. C. r.. C. A: T. Co., will probably returnto -Mr. Nelson Sayler, a prominent attorney the Indian River & Lake Worth Fish Co. Cross. Pharmacy, Tltnsvllle, who ban order. Address J'. O. Box, lit:', Tituse
WE LEAD THE LEADERS when It Florida some time this month, to Inspect rue Fla. '18-Vt
: balling from Cincinnati!, and his I He Is the son of Postmaster Howes, a been enjoying a vacation at Enterprise, ,
. {comes to men's wear, "WE ARE IT." the work of dredging now going talented daughter, MUs Edith, who have prominent storekeeper of Oak Hill. Before has returned to town. '

"!Gentlemen, bere you can get your on between tbe Toraoka and Matanzas been guest of the Seaside Inn, Goodall, her marriage, Mrs. Howes was -Miss Annie Jones,after several week.IpflD& Are You Uolng North:

whole outfit. NEW GOODS, GOOD rivers. for' about three months, expect to leave known u Miss Edna Kirby, one of Palat- pleasantly visiting Miss Irwlnna ,"<

S GOODS-and down to the initiate as to -Dr. F. H. Houghton Informs us that this week for home, where Mr. Hayler ka'. most popular young ladles, and a Uaulden at DeLand, returned to her Do not fall to get your tickets ,via I tbe

style and fit. 'J. R. Walker A: Co. he has everything In readiness for leave has Be"erallaw cases to attend to. Miss general favorite with everybody. We I, home In Tltusvllle yesterday. Miss Annie popular Clyde Line, from the agent,

SPECIAL FOR JULY 4th. tiny Item log Daytona, and be will probably leave Sayler: Is one of the best lady dancers heartily\ welcome this young married will leave for the World' Fair at St. O> U. WALTON,

|In our Dry Goods Stock at COST, a rare to-day or tomorrow on board his house and swimmer. at Goodall; and.. to dlv- couple tn town; and, as old friend of Louis Tuesday next Tltusvllle FU.

(chance, one day only. Make use of It.fj. boat Dentos which will be hauled out log, she can beat them all, up to this the editor of tbe ADVOCATK, we trust on Monday or -

R, Walker Co. on Nelson's ways for repairs. Yesterday ,date. Mr. Sayler and daughter are delighted our townspeople will do likewise. -Mr. Jno. T. Dlsmukes, president of To Grower.

WALKER A CO'S.-ICE- CREAM, Mrs. Hough ton left for Westervllle, with Florida's summer weather, the First National Bank, St. Augustine: ; Orange
}MILK SHAKE AND COLD DRINKS home In readiness I- and his brother-in-law Mr. George W. -
0., to get their summer and hope to be on the East Coast earlier Rabbits and a Wheel.For ,
are well known. They are better than and the Doctor expects to follow ,ID the season1 next Gtbbs, secretary of the Eat Coast Line Under our plan we can save you money a
year.Jardner'e -
['ever this season. Several pretty girls 10 a couple of weeks or so. The Dentos Canal & Transportation Compy., passed on your CITRUS TREE, with the best

'todlspencelton the 4th. J. II. Walker will remain at Tltusvllle until the return sale, beautiful snow-wbite Kab- through THusvllU last week, on their reputation behind them .. a guarantee

I A Co. of Dr and Mrs Houghton from ( Flyers. bits; not crossed; pore stock; and lovely way to Miami and West Palm Beach.Mr. of tbelr being true to name, up to slice,

; SEE WALKER, A. CO. Ohio. I pets. Glbbe returned. from tbe latter townson and clean, healthy and well rooted.

; IF YOU CONTEMPLATE: HOUSE FURNITURE, TRUNKS SHOES Also one Waltham Wheel, nearly new. Friday and topped over In Tltus- Oar trees are grown on high, pine

(Furnishing, they can please yon. A Bricklayer and Plasterer Flre"orkS' Flag., Banting, Festooning, Splendid wheel, at half price.tddrese"F vllle until Saturday morning, when be land, aDd are suitable for transplanting

|large stock to select from. Cash or In- fire Crackers, Flower Pots, Pinwheels, ," care ADVOCATK, Joined Mr. Dlsmukes on the train, and into any kind of '011.Ve have over

Iltal1 1eot. Prices within tbe reach ofaf Will be located at Eau Gillie after Serpents Bombs, Cannon Crackers: Tltosvllle, Fla. both left for St. Augustine On Friday 00,000 buds In stock, and will give you
See Walker A Co., TUnsvllle. Sea July ad.5th.page Write 9. for THOU.estimates f. KCLLKT.work. Roman Candles, Sky-rockets, Pistols, evening Mr. Glbbs was pleasantly entertained a liberal discount on order. for fall

ARE YOU GOING NORTH Caps, Eta, Ktc.CHA : Itefrlgerator. at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. lantlng. There Is nothing so good a.our .

For Sale or Exchange for smaller size, .-- .
'aae, Satchel or Telescope from J...K. ,
>V'alker.l: Co. New line to select from; Pt. Mason Fruit Jar. 1 do*. 03 cenU Cleaning and Pressing Household Refrigerator, 4ax.Wi2': inches lllackftiulth und Machine Mhou. Write for our New Catalogue: which

away up In quality, and away down In Qt. Mason Fruit Jan, 1 doz. 73 cents 'I almost new, perfect order, cost >1 will be ready for delivery ..rlylo Jnne..

price O. K. Prince Stove . 14.00 All work done up-to-date. Call and ilk; ); will sell for $20.G Blacksmith and Wheelwright' Machine Tan OCKLAWAHA. Nrj 8KHtft,

Jon R. WAt.KER A Co., O..K. Queen Stove. 11.00 lee me. Andrew Gibson, at tbe Parlor I f. PADDIHOX, Work and Uor .Shoeing done In flrst- ((0. W. Conner Proprietor,)

TUnsvIlUs, Fla. JAMBS PBITCUABD A Soy. Barber !Shop: on Washington avenue. 13tf Kan Oallle, Fla. cUM sty!.. W. II. SWAIX A Co. tt Tangerine, Fla.r .

I t


.... ,,-

... .. Fj" ,... """"" -. ""' .. ., ". '"
.,.\ ' ''JIII! """ ,. ... .. -,-m ;J"; '
\'I".I''l'1 vr'7l' ''!'' 'T : ,. ''I'", '"'' ,. \ '''"'''' 1'1. .,. 1,, ; ." .., .;!'.j"

'. "h





yOA2O EAR t' g0 .

SQ- oyo F.fo 8:

,. .


_c:> '

: i: I," .

""'" I Ia i,



-. .. -. -


_, R \
LOCAL NEWS -Mr. L A. Brady Is around again, Special Fourth ol July Sale Mills Annie Norwood returned from .a AT THE SEASIDE. AMONG THE. HOTELS.

after a couple of weeks' Illness.Mr. at Kline's.AN visit with her sister Mrs J. T. Knox, at -
z I The of the weather has '
id Topics of General Interest. R. A. Bobbttt, of Titusvlllr, I Eden, on Wednesday. coming warm The AnvocdTH Is now on tile at all + e
caused few to flock to thoseaside '
quite a people
spent the first part of this week in EXCELLENT QUALITY OK Capt., Orlando Quarterman, of Chester the best hotels New York city,
,. aid the Seaside Inn, Goodall,
THE ADVOCATE, Cocoa. Men's Blue Serge Coato, splendidly made, Shoals, and Capt. II. Wilson, of Canaveral managed; and owned by Mr 11. F. Stow Where to stop along the East Coast

$ib0 per annum, in advance.. -Mr. and Mrs 1\. A, Stewart are still worth $4,00; Monday's Special, $0 00 wore Is town yesterday.Mr. art, has been doing an exriillentbuslnoHS See list of hotels and t boarding houses.
$1.00 six months, ALSO ANOniKK-GRADE known I i ,
countries. enjoying themselves at Indian. Springs Tom Johnson, the cooper, made of Into-In fast:! the hotel has been lookIng on 1st and 7th pages.
2.00 per an. to foreign the True Blue, usual price $0.00; special, I
''f1r-; Reading notice ads. arcrten cents Ga. $ .OO. a ten foot tapk In the' tower of Citpt. 'unite lively thin. week. Mimlo, card. Before you leave home for Jacksonville t

'r r line on this page. Kxtra copies of the ADVOCATE are ENTIRELY NEW LINE OF NEOLI I James Piltchard's wind mill, last week. tiding, driving lulling( d rncing\ and surf \\ read the hotel ado. on our 7th page tti

_. hen you subscribe for tbe AnvoUTK printed weekly for free distribution gee Sblrts, up-to-date. patterns, worth I -Attorney George M. Uobhlns ha bathing help to while away the time, so that ;you may know where to stay }
the It does not cost hotels and people In tbe north. been to law matters In na and everybody seems to be having nu en.
by year you among (1.1)0; special, $1.00 attending The Seaside Inn, Goodall\ In better
tee cents per week, postage/; included.ITKK I |I tonn Jacksonville and Miami this week; joynble time. The Seaside Inn In open
-Mr. Chas R. Snrjeantsou.of Miami, WE WILL ALSO PUT ON SALE : patronized than ever, at this time of
winter and summer, and Mr. and Mrs(
tie at the EAST following COAST news-stands ADVOCATE, at I Is five on was In town a short while Wednesday, about COO'pairs of Men's Odd Trousers, { '' -Ju Ige T). L. Gnutden left here, Wednemlay Stewart do their utmost to make tlvolr\ year, which Is very gratifying to DIr II. itF.

lots per copy : en route home from Orlando and other I new and desirable patterns, ranging' In for Jacksonville and DeLand, guests feel home. Stewart, the owner and mnaiiger.Mr. 4

Titusville-Red Cross Pharmacy.E places. price from $.1.00 to $..00.. and expects to return here In time for I
,, The ADVOOATB editor spent couple VV. C, Fielding, a former assistant
,r Jacksonville-Dnval hotel. -Mr. R. E Minis, of oo"venture,1 of All the mall orders promptly filled for any the Fourth of July sports of days at the Seaside" Inn the first of manager at the Indian River hotel, Tltusvllla -

Note date of expiration printed upon superintendent of publlo Instruction, was a.bovtlgoods. I -Mr. W. S. Garvey, prominent, rosl.i the week, and notod that the house wait now holds a position as chief of ,t j

i, (yur receipt paper or for wrapper your money.every week.No need Thisa In town onTnesday, and gave our officea JULIUS Tltusvllle KLINK,Fla. i! dent of Cincinnati, was In town a short already commencing to fill\ with guest; the office staff at tho Ocean View hotel,

d r ns i to .end receipt subscription.. pleasant call while on Wednesday, en route to bill among them being: J, W, Reagan, warn Pablo hutch, where he will be glad to
date I It to I and children of Ooivla A. A. .( hU friends.
jie gives; you. orange grove at Rockledge. two ; roo- greet Indian River
Mrs. C. F. Fisher after ten days
! e ADVOCATES for sale at the RedOHS Remember, If you intend going'North i shaw, .Joo T. Crvnshaw, Wlnnmt, Wise. y {
spent pleasantly at Jensen visiting Mr. the Clyde agent Is In Tltusvllle -Mr. L. It, Decker and son, Mr. T. N, New up-to-date porcelain baths and f
Tit villa.Mr. Nelson Snylvr and Miss .Edith Sayler, of "
i Pharmacy, us and Mrs. C. S. Sohnyler, returned and he can secure your tickets and Decker, with the latter's wife and baby, Cincinnati Miss Vivian lion Ion Now lavatories have been placed In tho Indian
W. A. Farmer, of Fort Pierce, her home In Tltusvllle on Wednesday.Mrs. bertha !left here last Saturday, for Elmira: N. ; River botel, Contractor Wm. IHndle, of
York Mr. II. Philadelphia
city Levy, ;
a i in town on Saturday afternoon. Y., and other places to upend the summer ; (Cocoa and R stall of men doing the
-: I). R. Wilson leaves, Sunday, -The usual Wednesday night dunce! Mrs. B. I. Wall and children, Santa Fv, work. New shingle roofs have also been

Mr. Wm. rd, KatnSan, of St. August- for Jacksonville, where she will join her took place at the Opera house, Thus i Isle of I'lnelll; Clark P, Cola, Atlanta, ; placed over the north add south wingsof t

'I I was In town on Tuesday and Wed. daughter, Miss Jeannette, and they will villa, and It was falily. well iHten.led. It Mr( A. 1.. Mathers\ of Tropic, was In J. A. Enslow, St. Augustine; If. Y, tho hotel, '

>> day. leave on the Clyde Line for Derby Conn., Is said to have been one of the IIIOHI ujoyablti > town, Wednesday, for a short .while. !Snow, Palatkn; Mrs. S. K Newton, leLand -

-Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Brnnning left via New York. dances In several wu ks.Mr. Mr. Mathers own the old McMillan ; Jos. K Owen, Hastings; C. M. !Mrs. 0 i. E. Kndy, of St. Petersburg! ,

,.'h fre the end of last week, on' a visit place, near Tropic, which he I Is about to Heubleln, Jacksonville, Fla.; It. Wilson, Fin., now holds. the position -chief
t \\'f! |th relatives.Dr. -Sheriff Joseph P. Brown, who left Wm. M. Brown pre fdent of the dUpone of. Hastings; II, O. Purmao, North Carolina clerk at the Indian River hotel, Tltusvllle
) ., here for Indian Spring, Ga., several Fort: Dallas National. Bank, Miami. left
I I C. Ii. Walton Tltunvllle and and Is ranking many friends among
.. .' John M. Dixon has had a new weeks agoL wfth his wife and daughter, here, on Saturday: hut, for New York, -Mr. Casper !Mlms(\ has acoep'ed a position others; the traveling publlo; while Master A r.thiir .
; alng placed over the east side of the and where he In the Indian River State Bunk '
Tltusvllle called
returned Tuesday was business
to on suddenly
upon The dance In Keating': Casino, ""on Loeley Is the assistant clerk. These
\:<;D ren meat market. on Washington ave. his many friends are pleased to see him matters lie Is expected home this and the Florida Extract Co., of Titus Saturday night was largely attended, appointments are made owing to Manager

-Mr.. Maude L. Richards, one of In town again. Mrs. Brown and daugter week. vllle, and will, probably, enter upon his and tho merry dancer "tripped the Bast having leased the Breakers I

.' E ion'* prominent pineapple growers, returned the same time, and are lookingIn -Mr. Ed. Knox, chief clerk In the new duties today. light fantastic" until midnight. hotel at Seabreeze/ which will take up a

Iwas: a pleasant visitor to town on Mon- fine trim after thelroutlng! In Geoigia. grocery store of K. L. Brady A Bro. left -Mr.\ James Paine, of Sr. Lucle, after deal of his time. Mr, F. A. Losley of y

a'1. -Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wilson will leave here, Wednesday, on a month's vacation.He spending a few days In town with hIs DEATH OF MR. CHAFFEE. Tltuavllle, Is assistant manager of the

';, ['-Mr. W. II. McFarland, of Tltusvllle, Tltupvllle tomorrow, to spend a few will vl.lt Indian Springs, Ga., and sister and brother-in-law, Judge and] Report came to-hand last Saturday Breaker, which open<< for the season today +
ijwlth Forepaugb'a and Sells' Bros shows;; days with his brother, Mr. A. K. Wilson other places and may go to theVorld's 1I1 ra.. M. S. Jones. left for home. on Friday that Mr F. U. Chaffee, brother of Mr. _

.will be In Bellville, Ontaild, to-day andY and family, at F.rt Pierce. Mr. Wilson, Fair. at St. Louis afternoon last Fred. S. Ctaffee, formerly of Tltusvlll THE SELF-LOCKING BLOCK.

Toronto on the 4th. who Is the junior .,Uler In the insurance -Tbe many friends of Miss Rose Big- -The trestle at May town on the San. and Ankona, but now of Jacksonville,
business of Sohuyler & Wilson, w ill combine ford branch of the F. E. C. Ry. was -
,Attorneys C. C. Chilllngwortb and low, who Is on a visit in Jacksonville, bad shot himself accidentally at Houston,
(:W. I. Metcalf, of West Palm Beach, were business with pleasure by spending will be sorry to learn that she has been so badly burned, yesterday morning, Texas, on the 2Uh of June, and died In N.w Machinery In.tutt.d.
tbe Fourth Fort, >leroe. that It was considered unsafe to run the Capt. J. 0. Walton, president of the
ii i town a day or so this week, attending suffering from .a bone felon, which will stoutly Mr. Chaffee, who wa well
"+i law matters before Judge Jones. -We are pleased to note that our compel her to stop performing on. tbe train over the same, so the train returnedto known to many resldentaof Indian River, Walton Balf-Locklng Dlock Co., 104 Atlantlo I {

r rpl subscribers are rapidly paying their subscriptions piano for some weeks. Tltusvllle. wa"amember"of Indian River Lodget Avenue, Boston, writes us that
I Heubleln Instructor
Mr. Chas. M. ,
owing to the great demand for the Walton '
and there are few now Mrs. D. W, Monroe I.I to F. A A. Tltusvllle, and WAS burledat
very expected
of the New York Life of
; agencies -Mr. 1.. C. Moore, of Roseland, was a block and their patent roller-bearing
Jacksonville from until who have not sent in their 41.60. During return Tltusvllla In a week or ten day, to Houston on Monday Ut, with all the
spent Saturday northbound passenger, Sunday, en routeto sheaves, and the Inability of the manu
of iUnd Mason.
the past few weeks we have lost one attend to some business which demand a degree
i Sunday in town, when he left for tbe Chicago and other points, and will be The relative of deceased have the facturers to supply them fast enough,
down-river subscriber and gained four her attention An AHVOOATB reporterIs
Seaside Inn, Goodall.According gone fIe or six months Mrs L. C. the above has been compelled
teen new pees. This goes/; to prove that informed that Mrs. Monroe will, probably heartfelt sympathy, of their many Eant company
Moore and her mother Mrs. John Goode to. In new machinery and
received this
letters at put power.
.p- {to the ADVOCATE Is as popular as ever with make Tltusvllle her home In the Coast friends.
office from down-river residents, there of Melbourne, will join Mr. Moore later, Now they are able to Jill orders more ex-
; Indian River residents.Mrs. future, so as to give her children the advantage
[will be quite a number of people In TI. and they will take In the World's Fair at of good school. Her GRAND BALL AT TITUSVILLE pedltlously than heretofore, M they. fit,

msvllle on the Fourth, and they are Emma J. Walsh' of Baraboo, St.. Louis, before returning home. friends will be a ,pleased. to welcome many heron put together their blocks, and make their

I ming by train, launch, sailboat and, Wis., baa had the honor of being appointed -July 2nd,the mail leaves Tltnsvllle for her return. On Monday night next, July 4th, there own patent sheaves.
riage. hostess for the Wisconsin State the Banana river the will take place outs of the grandest balls The Walton $ahf-Locking Block has
Building at the World's Fair. Mrs. on new contract. I Messrs. J. F:. Vincent and 0. M. of the season, In the Opera house, Titus been the
surely appreciated by public, as
}-Another change on the Tltusvllle- Capt. C. F.,. Fischer new boat, which I ;
Walsh Is well and favorably known to Dykes, of St. Augustine, who have started villa, and the celebrated Southern Or It baa filled along-felt want-not only In
branch will be used to the mall .
nford of tbe F. E. Railway carry on this
Tltusvllle under the firm
business In
residents of Rockledge, where she chentra will discourse sweet music for
many holding the load at any point, It in
k place on Tuesday, when Mr. E. H. route Is completed and waiting for the
of J. E. Vincent fc Co have
visited a few winter. and on one occaSion name one the dancers.
merry the devises
one of greatest labor-saving
bodes of St. Augustine; filled the machinery, which has been delayed some
( the finest launches lu and It
' took the first place as the Goddess of port, can Those from a distance who attend the In the world In fact It has created anew
time. This has !
conduct. necessitated
Pritchard the
lace of Mr. G. as securingof
of Liberty" at a grand fancy ball, given another launch till the generally; he seen anchored: oft the City ball, and do not want to stay over all\ use for block. People wbo never
the train. m hlllery I.
on by Mr. Horace R. bbares, proprietor of in the new boat and In / wharf. The firm line the launch In connection night, can leave. Tltusvlll for tbe south mad blocks before are clamoring after
working order.
Capt. H. Y. Snow, of Palatka, has the New Rockledge hotel It Is probable that Clarence Summerlln's with their fish business, Meisro. on the 10:50: p. m. train; and for the this new and valuable Invention, the demand

en making a fine record at hauling In Vincent and Dykes have built a commodious north at 3:12: : on Tuesday morning.The for which Is rapidly Increasing
SEND YOUR MACHINE WORK ANp launch, the Edith, will& be chartered and /
|fb with hook and line, from the Kent- flab warehouse on the old .team. Opera home door will be thrown the United State
orders for .Hardware, Building Ma- placed on tbe run until Capt. Fischer's throughout
pier at Oopdall, of late. The Capt. terial, Etc., to The Geo. II. Fernald launch Is ready, boat landing.Mr open at 8 o'clock, and danolug/ will commence Captain Walton will take pleasure In

; quite popular, and his many beach Hardware Co., Saoford, Fla. and .In. Tom. F Howes: who at 8SK:: ) p. m., sharp. showing his Florida friend the various
[ ends always watch for, his arrival. WHEN YOU WISH TO DRIVE, call\ have been at Mebastlan for some time Do not forget this grand ball. kinds of solf-locklng blocks, If they will
-Mr. and Mrs. Geo. F. Miles\ of St. upon the Tltusvllle Livery at rear of ------- -
put, and latterly at Oak Hill, arrived In -x call at the Boston office"
", )UKTII of JULY GOOOS at Augustine, who are well known to a Kobblns' law office, for a stylish, up. town on Tuesday afternoon, and are sow -The Ladle Culture Club will bold

1 $ J. It. Walker .1t Co', number of. residents along the East to-date rig. Leave your order for residing In the cottage; owned by Mr its next regular meeting on Tuesday

Coast, are now at tbelr summer home at all kinds of double and single hauling. G. F. Duran, and formerly occupied by next, Instead of Monday, a* the Fourth Pipe For Hide.

THE CELEBRATED STAR BRAND Pomfret Center, Conn. Mr. Miles, whoIs Feed and sale stable specialty. Mr S. W. Carroll. Mr Howe I I. la TI. fall on the latter day this year. -
and of the J. M. For sale, cheap, :2,000ft.) 1*(ln. a d000ft.
general OSBAX
jsfaOKS only at J. R. Walker and Go's president manager Tltusvllle Fla.
tnsvllla to the branch house of
manage -Dr. E. R. Blake wood, of the 3-Inch Galvanized Pipe. In good
ftusvllie, Fla.E C. L. C. A T. Co., will probably returnto -Mr. Nelson Sajler, a prominent at. the Indian River & Lake Worth Fish Co. Cross Pharmacy '1'1 hi I19l11e, who ha I order Add MM P. O. Box, 18.1:!, Titusa
I LEAD THE LEADERS:! when Itcomes Florida some time this month, to Inspect villa Fla. 18. tAre
f : torney balling from Cincinnati!, and his He I I. the son of Postmaster Howes, a been enjoying a vacation at Enterprise, ,
i to men' wear, "WE ARE IT." the 'work of dredging now goingon ; : talented daughter, Miss Edith, who have prominent storekeeper of Oak Hill. Before has returned to town.Mis '

i Gentlemen, here you can get your between the Toraoka and Matanzasriven. been guests of the Seaside Inn, Goodall, her marriage, Mr*. Howes wa *Annie Jones,after several weeks You doing North 'f:

|whole outfit. NEW GOODS, GOOD For about three months, expect) to leave known a* Miss Edna Kirby, one of Palat- spent pleasantly visiting Miss Irwlnna ,.

SOODS' -and down to the initiate all to -Dr. F. IT. Houghton Informs us that this week for: home,, where )fro Mayler ka's most popular young ladles. and a Ganlden at DeLand, returned to her Do not fall to get your ticket via the

ityle and fit. J. R. Walker & Co.SPECIAL be has everything la readiness for leaving has .."erallaw cases to attend to. Miss general! favorite with everybody. We home In Tltusvllle yesterday. Ml.* Annie popular Clyde Line, from the agent,

FOR JULY 4th. .Any Item Daytona, and he will\ probably leave Sayler Is one of the best lady dancers heartily welcome this young married will leave for the World' Fair at 81. Ot IT. WAi-rojr,

lour Dry Goods Stock at COST, a rare to-day or tomorrow on board his houseboat and swimmers at Goodall; and as to diving couple to town; and a* old friends of Louis next Tltusvllla, ria.
on Tuesday"
[chance, one day only. Make USQ of It. which ,,11be\ hauled out Monday or
Dentos she can beat them all, up to this the editor of the ,ADVOCATE we trust
fJ| R. Walker A: Co. on Nelson's ways for repairs. Yesterday date. Mr. Sayler and daughter are delighted our townspeople will do likewise. -Mr. Jno. '.. Dlsmukes, president of To (Grower

WALKER ft: CO'3.ICE- CREAM, Mrs. Hougbton left for Westervllle, with Florida's summer weather, the First National Bank, St. Augustine; Orange
(ILK SHAKE AND COLD DRINKS tbelr home In readiness and his brother-in-law Mr. George W. -
0., to get summer and hope to be on the East Coast earlierIn Rabbits and a Wheel.For ,
Lin i well known. They are better than and the Doctor expects to follow the aeaao /next Glbbs, secretary of the East Coast Line Under our plan we can save you money
year.Gardner' -
ever this season. Several pretty girls in a couple of weeks or so. The Dentos Canal & Transportation Compy, passed I in your CITRUS TREES: with the. best
i'to dispence on the 4th. J. R. Walker will remain at Tltusvllle until the return sale, beautiful snow-white Italy through Tltusvllla last week, on their reputation behind them a* a guarantee

'. .Co.'I of Dr. and Mr. Honghton from KIyer bit.; not crossed; pure stock; and lovely way to Miami and West Palm Beach. If! their being true to name, up to slice,

SEE WALKER &. CO. Ohio. I pet*. Mr. Glbb returned from the latter town ant 4( clean, healthy and well rooted.

IF YOU CONTEMPLATE HOUSE and FURNITURE, TRUNKS SHOES. Also, on. Waltham Wheel nearly new. on Friday, and stopped over In Tltuvlll *- Our trees are grown on high pine

Furnishing, they can pleas you. A Fireworks, Flag., Bunting, Festooning Spleodld wheel, at half price. until Saturday morning, when be land, and are suitable for transplantinginto

large stock to select from. Cub or In- Fir Crackers, Flower PoU, Pinwheels, .\ddree.. ""," care ADVOCATE, Joined Mr. Dlcmuke on the train and any kind of soil. We have over

tallment. Price 'within tbe reach of Will\ be located at Eau Gallle after Serpents, Bombs, Cannon Crackers; Tltusvllle Fla. both left for St. Auguitlne. On Friday [00,000)( .bud* In stock, and will give you
July 6th. Write for estimates for work. Roman Candles, Sky-rockets, Pistols, Glbbs enter I i liberal discount on order for fall
See Walker & Co., Tltnsvllle.\ See ad. page 8. THO*. F. KCLLKT. evsolog Mr. was pleasantly
ARE YOU GOING NORTH f Cap, !:te., Etc.: I telrI are rato r. tamed at the resident: of Mr. and H,.. planting. There Is nothing *>o good aaIur

GET YOUR TRUNK, DRESS SUIT We Have Them.Pt. CHAS. A. OABDXKK Tltnsvllle, Fla. Geo. M. Jlobblns.IllackMinlth CONNER'S PROLIFIC GRAPE:
For Sale or Exchange for smaller size. -- FRUIT.
:&18, Satchel or Telescope from J..,R.
Yalker' &: Co. New line to select from; Mason Fruit Jars 1 doz. 65 cent. Cleaning! and Preasing. Household Refrigerator, 48x.14xJ':! Inches and Machine: Hhop. Write for our New Catalogue. which

way up la quality, and away down' In Qt. Mason Fruit Jars,1 doc. 72: cents :almost new, perfect order, cost will be ready delivery early. la Jun .

rice O. K. Prince Stove, . 94.00 All work done up-to-date. Call ands 110: ; will sell for $20.: Blacksmith and Wheelwright, Machine TUB. OCKLAWAITA NtTBSXMIX,

JoHN R. WAI.KKB & Co., O. .K. Queen Stove, $11.00 .. me. Andrew Gibson at the Parlor O, F. PAbuiftox, Work and Hone Shoeing done In first ((0. W. Conner Proprietor,)

Tltnsvllle, Fla. JAMES PBJTCHABD & Soar. Barber Shop, on Washington avenue. l-'tf Eaa Gallle, Fla. CM! tyle. W. U. BWAIX A Co. tf Tangerine, Fla.




..... '.iJ\.I..odt1A\ .;......: .!... ,.... ,........,..,",w.oj..i.: ..,. ,d 1t.. ...; '*" *', '.*....,.*..*...*..>....-... ......,.,.-......-..."."" ..-.,,-..= ., .,_._-A- aai-itaf, .__.. ,, .i..L. '.a ; J -.... 4'A.U

mgnn..?Y.n1,+.MMAf1 ,,,.+.Pl/.1a.11M/IA.11--- -- -

'1 *, '-

'__ I .

r-. EAST CO Aril' ADVOCATE:, JULY 1, 1904. .
'f''JU' ___ ___ __u
I9 c -'h: California Prune Wafers. GENERAL DIRECTORY.

'. :: ) Free and I In (Lar!rlbed..e by. Kaowa authorities Flowor.In natu- I I : DUST- SPRAYING. I Purely vegetable, they are nature's -

i Masons. product and should be In every house U.S. SENATORS.

I i 'Accepted the Philippine Islands pos A Mleroarl Pr.__ For ...kl.. the hold. They cure constipation and all J.P.Tall&Jerro* ...... .......... ...Jacksonville.:
ij I flower as big' as a wagon wheel Dry Bordeaux" ............ disorders of the stomach, liver and 8.K-Mallory........ ...... ... ... '" ..lensacola. ..
-I ) &' over twenty pounds. It bowels. 100 Wafera. 25c; at Red Cross U. 8. CONG RESHME1t.:
for Raffiegla arnoldl and Is said to I I The dust spray last season came Into Tttoaville. Robert W. Davis.... ............ .... ...Palatka.B. .
} No. 90Tltnsvllle i ii and tHere In every Indica- Pharmacy, ..
: prominence. .Tampa.win. .
radian 1' a plant all flower and no 1 tion that Us use will be extended this .M.Bparkmao:K, L-roar.::::::::::::'::::. :::'M : [. .

roots or stems drawing Its life LOVELY COLUMBINES. U. B. LANl) OFFICE.
BIYer While there ruia been some THE
plant on which It grow The year. H. 0. ('Chnbb... .......... ....... .... ...Register./:
called difference of opinion as to the efficacy W. G. Robinson.................Receiver.Office .
Is low vine.
Florida. a growing and
Lodpe. Itolleate Orcnldllk Flowers Florida.
; and certainty compared with the .at Gainesville
k Holds It* meeting the second and fourth Frl4a natives "bola," and on It the liquid there Is none ns to Itsgreater Elegant Kollaa FLORIDA. LEGISLATURE.
*of each month $' their' room Indian Hirer the Immense flower look. 'In spray
r Hotel Titus'Ilia at '1'130: o'clock p. in, convenience. tina found Aquilegias or columbines will grow E.N. Dlmlck Palm Jtewh..Senator...... .. .
of an early explorer like should be W. H.Jones, Tltusvllle Representative.
almost everywhere and they
: T. H.lIanderll.! Worshipful Master.K much favor in Missouri orchards and
Morgan Henlor Warden. brown cabbage leaves. These In for their EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT
A. city garden.
found a
even .... ....... ...... .
I, M. H.Bams. Junior Warden. Not Into five petaled flowers nearly blooms invaluable Wm. 8.Jennings Go"el 001''.
I J. M.I>lxon. Treasurer.J delicate orchldllke! are H. Clay Crawford..Seeretaryof. State.
R.Walker' Heflretarjr.J. across.. The petal, oval and for cutting./ The columbine Is a W.V. Knott,.. ...... ........ ........, Treasurer.
Wblt .ld... ...... Attorney-General.
O. Hlaok Chaplain.r. white around a center varieties.It James B.
grow all Its
desirable plant
M.Taylor Senior IMaoon most W. N.Sheata..Supt. Public Instruction.
I, R. K. Mima Junior Dns/oon. countless long violet colored forms. large clumps blooms early. B. E. McLln ........Commissioner Agriculture.
t ? O. K. Walton Bonlor BMwanl. the magnificent flower. Alonso C. Crown........ ... ........Comptroller.
making a
A. A. Stewart, Junior Steward. J.Clifford: R. Foster.... .. ..Adjntant-tieneral.
... W.K<*>erts,Tyler.IT. John Bradford..Burvelor4iensral.R. l.

.M. Wooten. Marshal.- How' Jo..." Floral ...1..". K. Ro8e.Office.....at...Tallahassee. .,..Florida...State Cbenitsi.

': N. J., has a unique floral SUPREME: COURT JUDGES

: ORDER OF KA8TKKN BrAR.r which appears to be officered M. H. Mabry....... ......... ....Chief Justice
r friendship Chapter No. 11, hold l Its meeting/:* by women. Newly elected are F. B.Carter... ...... ... ... .A oolate Justice
.. ... ... .... ... ..
In the Maaonlo IXMlge..: room, Tltusvllle on the ) ( M.r.Taylor... ..
: I Brat and third Tmsilai In eacb month M 7:30: Miss. A. E. Gay; vice
p. m. The following are tba officers of, theo .. Mrs. Abbott, Mrs. :J. P. -. -- S RAILROAD COMMISSIONERS.
it t Chapter CIo. Jefferson B.Browne chairman.. ...Key Went
: Mrs.M. A. Scrlmiftour, W.M. and Mrs. H. Gove; librarian. R. Hudson Burr..... .. .... .......Little. River.
r.A.. W. P. 8. Gould; treasurer Mrs. God- J.M.Bryan.... ... ......... ........Kisslnimes
I : Miss lIIorlfan.", Htewart Associate M. B.C. Dunn elerk .. ........ .....Madison
f Mr... H. K. Wilson 8ecretar,. the Headquarter and office at Tallahassee, Fla. '
John M. Dlxon Treasurer.Miss BIVTINa LIME. S
,t1 Kate Stewart, Gonduotrma.Mr Cat cud C... Aaralm
Mk I I *..,. Kline Ansonlate Con. other parts of the middle west. A de- Minor 8.Jones TltnsTllle Circuit Jurist; ,
; I Mr.J. H. Walker Iluth.Mr alyssum shows, to Its best ad- J. I>. MeRgs. Orlando.'Prosecuting Attorney,
I *. U_W. noble, Ade.l planted on the edge of pots or sldvrutum bas been to obtain a dry Spring Term-Fourth Monday March.
Mr*.J. L Carruthers, Martha. bordeaux powder containing the cop- Fall firm-Fourth Monday.ln October.
', I Mr. Geo. M. Rotiblns Rether.I of large plants. It bangs
I Mr r. A. Marshal. the per In the snme chemical state as BREVARD COlJJViTr COURT.
t Morgan over sides a fringe of dainty
(' Miss. Aleph Mints, Kleot! the liquid preparation. Professor' Bird A.D.Penney.......... ............County Judge
r. C,. H. Walton I Warder flowers. It literally seems to 1) L.(laniden..I'roescuting Attornor.A. .
k I' \ Mr.T. T. Wetmore, Sentinel. tie ; and come again." of the Missouri\ experiment station baa / A. Stewart....... .... .County Clerk.
1 J.L.Carruthen.ChaplMo. as explained his process for arriving at Spring Term-Seoonil Monday In May.
Bummer Term-Second Monday In August.
Well Men thIs result Fall Terra-Second Monday In November.
? tell ; as as Materials. mINed for seventy pounds of Winter Term-Second Monday February.

r Miserable the stock powder are four pounds of SAQUILSOZAS. COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD.

; t
k of Agriculture: : ful" Kidney Trouble. quicklime, two and ahalf gallons of R.Members N.Andrew.J.,Cocoa M.DtxonchalrmlnTltusvillo; J. K ulu,8prucebluft.;
water In which to dissolve' the copper
Be !rood to land and COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. I.
your your crop
will be !good. Plenty of so sulphate and two and a bait gallons of .J. R. Walker. Mialrman, Tltuavllle John R.Mlot '"
trouble preys upon the mind. dl. wnter,' which Is to be applied to the Indlanola; R. A. CtrakllnR, Tlllman;John 1,
''' and lessens ambition; beauty.vigor quicklime which has been sifted fine. long and abundantly la quite hardy C.J.'nes.tiuayJ.F. Bell. Wblte Clt,. Regular: "
and cheerfulness soon habit The seed be sessions are held first Monday in eacb montu. "j[
and elegant lu may
PotashInthefcrtlllMrspellsqualltyf ; I nwuk up Into small lumps seventy or 'iI
: disappear when the kIdneys sown In the open ground In the spring BREVARD COUNTY OFFICERS.A. .
are out of order eighty pounds of quicklime and spreadIt where the plants are to 1>. Penney,Tltusrllle;. ...... .County Jud .. S''
tng. .or diseased. out so that It will, become air slaked. preferably 1>. L. *"uid"n, TltusTllle;... ... .... Fro AU>.
: &1'01nnd they should be thinned to a A. A. Stewart' Titmi.vlle..County Clerk. '
Is trouble has When slaked and perfectly dry, sift It
and quantity. In the barJ ( er \ become Kidney, so prevalent through a fine sieve of 100 meshes' to foot apart or to secure a good displayof ; J.K.P.W.'Woolen HII.Tltii,Cocoa TUle,..:::.:....':::.:..Tax Tax Collector.Assessor l
v *t. Write u* and flower the following season they Tlt..evlll.. .. ....., "
we will send In t that It Is not uncommon the Inch Put the copper sulphate In acoarse John Henry .. .. Treasurer. .
r: H you, In the full good clumpsof R. E. Minis Ilonaventure. .. .. Supt.' Pub. Inst.J. .
for :} be or
frtt, by next mail, \ \ a child to be born and It lu the two and ma sown .
r. bag hang .<>. Fries, TI usvllle.. ... .Couuty Surveyor.J.P.
our money winning & \ f afflicted with weak kid- a half gallons of water until dissolved. seedlings may be planted at that )3rownTitisvillo.. .... ... ... Sheriff.W. .
books.dEKMAN. S t :-_ neys. If the child urinates time. Most of them thrive with ordinary 8.Norwood Tltu.vllle..Registration. Oflluer.TITU8V1LLK .
Pour two and half gallonsof
KAU WORKS.Nw too often. If the gradually a lal'lIl'1culture.. The varieties TOWN COUNCIL. S
Vsrt-Nasaa* H. the flesh or If. when the child water over four pounds of good cieruleu and chryHuntha; do bent la well n. A. I'ro.t.1II8'urs Van Worlry marshal and .
srAUaala her an age when It should be able to quicklime. In such a manner as to slakeIt tax collector: R. k.Miis.! jr.-, clerk and treasurer .
,OaUX Je.Breed M. ,' the passage It Is yet afflicted with to the Une t' powder and give a good drained pui'llally; shaded spots. ; John Henry, tax NNsemnr; J. R. Walker,
F. A. I.. A. P.J. Hull and J. L.
Aqulloglit co-mien the Itockjr mountain 1snrnin. Hrady
depend upon It. the cause of milk of lime solution. Carruthers. rouncilmen The counoll meets
Is kidney trouble and the first ,rut sixty pounJa of air slaked lime blue columbine Is culled the finestof tint Tuesday lu each. month.TITU8VILLE .
be towards the treatment of all, its xepulM\ dark blue und petals .
In a shallow box where It can be worked BOARD OF TRADE.
orpins. This: unpleasant: over with a hoe. Pour the milk of white. Chry.; 'iiiitl-u has &golden yellow O. M. R<,hhlu..I.re"ldent.I.; M. Dixon treasurer .
Is due to a diseased: condition of the blossoms, with very; lon cplkcs. SId 1\- J. I i. Hast,seuretary. Meets nei-ond "mlnsstiay I
like and bladder and not to a habit as lime and copper sulphate solution at neri the Mexican columbine, Is :very night_[ III each. Inontb at their rooms.
the Into third vessel and
or !! aiiine time a
suppose. 'I and distinct the FRKfJ' AND ACCEPTED MASONS.
as well as men are made mis- stir until thoroughly mixed when It handsome Iluite spurnfind Indian River Loilifeo.. UO. bold. its meetings
with kidney and bladder trouble will have a deep blue color and be m-uiila loug crimson and light tile.cond and ImirtL Friday evenlnjci of each,
need the green. month at their lodge immi, Indian River hotelat ,
same great remedy. I thick. Put this immediately Into a dou-
o'clock J, L. Carruthers, W M. I
'I also beautiful 7u:14' n m. ; ; ;
lid and the Immediate effect of ble flour bag filter squeeze out most There are many by. F..A.. Morgan Beo'y.ORDER .
off Is soon realized. It Is aold of the and the blue brlds in pink aud white uiauve creamy
water wet
SUBMARINE BOAT TEST In and white which quiteas
;; fifty- material at once Into the sixty pounds yellow pure are Friendship Chapter No. 11, holds its meeting I
I tell one doiiar' 'of lovely as the typical plants. In the Masonic$ Lndire roon Titnsvllle, on the
I [ air slaked lime and work it so
may have a : r93 iHft' up The foliage of the columbine Is elegant Stet Tuesday in each month at3:.ao o'clock p.m.; '.
I bottle by mill that It will be well distributed.!! If too sn I I and very useful la arranging bou o'clock p. ui. The following are the officers of
How the Fulton's Crew Lived moist add more lime.
L pamphlet tell- Home of 1"__ the lodge I Mrs. H. K. Wilson worthy matron;
i to \ about It. Including many 01 Ihe''I While still somewhat damp rub quets. ____________ Mr.J. L. Carruthers, worthy natron; Mlsr Kate
Under Water Twelve Hours. of testimonial letters received Stewart Assi Matron i Mrs. M.A. Scrlmgeonr,
4I,' / I hew.'h: through a coarse sieve made of stout California Prune Wafers Secretary; Mr. J. M. Dlxnn.Treasurer. Mrs.
i bat cured. In writing Dr. Kilmer i wire gauze. having Cure liver disease and all stomach Julius Kline Conductress; M II IKS Zandle Stewart
1 Binghamton N. Y.. be lure and 1 twenty-nve Asso. t'oml'H.; Mrs. (Jeo. W. ftolihle. Ada; Mrs.
: no nrooNvnriENOE EXPEMENOED this paper. ; troubles; they act gently but suiely J.L. Carruthi-rs, Ruth; Mrs leo M. Robblns,
& up to thirty meshes I strengthen the bowels and stimulate Kstber; Mrs. F. A. Morgan' I. Msrtba I ; Miss Alepli: |>
to the Inch usIng ..r them to healthy action. 100 Wafers 25o Minis, fcleota; ; Mrs. John R. Wslker.: Warder;
F. A. Morgan C'bapluln. ; Mrs. T. T. Wet-
Member. of the Cr.w Ate aad ftlept1m : the wooden at Red Cross Pharmacy, Tltuavllle. Ilttr..... Sentinel ; Mr. Thus. H. \V"II.OII. Marshal.

block to rub It
I -----
Perfect Comfort-No III IDdcoteFrom .

Lack of Air-TUe Men'n Oaty through If nec-
S I Deprivation WM Their Inability tomokei for Uealth psHury.fits The over sifter a- MISSING WORD CONTEST.

Tabaevo While Submerged. ( \ box which Is

( about 3 by 3 by 1 PRIZES offered for
rooria St.
I After having been submerged more 222 South 101
ed. 3 feet. Then
g' than twelve hours off Newport InS CHICAGO ILL., Oct. t, l00'J. the correct solution. .
I I ill spread the material -
Eight months ago: was so
which time the officers and crew ate
out to dry
I was compelled to he or sit
U J their menU cooked on nu electric stoveS nearly all the time. My: and when perfectly -

more than twenty feet beneath the wa WM so weak and upset dry sift Tropical Manufacturing Co.. manufacturers of the great health

S ter the submarine torpodo boat Fulton $ I could keep nothing on it through a fine COARSE SIEVE AND Drink METTO, will pay all prizes. The contest open to ,
I vomited I WOODEN BLOCK. All. its free to You
came to the surface shortly before frequently. mesh sieve ,
r not urinate without great!
All the
crushing all lumps. except
I noon the other day& says; the New" .. in and I coughed BO much that 'Is of FIRST PRIZE. ,
S sand which In the four pounds
York World. throat and lungs were raw
The doctors quicklime should go through the fine To the first one sending In the correct answer we will give a [beautiful .life J
: Tho/officers and men to the number pro "
I size In frame entitled
it Bright's disease and sieve. picture gilt "Purity "
4 of nine experienced no Inconvenience laid. it wo consumption. This mixture will keep Indefinitely S This picture la symbolical of Metto the jgro11\ health drink f
which benettta nil\ and contains nu dope' or harmful drugs. f
e while beneath the water In the *
; mattered little to me what and contains about three and a third
S divided ; called it and I had. de To the next 6. . . . . . . . . . $1.00) each
: They wero Into watches) the no times us much copper per gallon as Is
( 5..S . . .1 quart Metto each
to live. A sister visited '
It of two hour A each and Hpent their time the St. Louis and asked me me if contained 'n liquid bordeaux. It maybe .. 20). . . . . . .'. . 1-2 pint Motto each

I! when not on duty In playing cards and hud ever tried Wine of Cardui. diluted with powdered lime or flouror 70. . . . . . . .1 Metto' Ticket each
: .1 sleeping. Being unable to smoke worried told her I hat not and she may bo used In this way. If 130 -
pounds of air slaked lime or an equal e t St
S some of the officers nnd men worse to a bottle. I believe that IT.S..YOUI

S J than anything else. The board of Inspection of my life. I believe many volume of flour Is added to seventy PEOPLE... ...KNOW'A GOOD.. .......WHEN THEY..IF ARE
I I ne could save much suffer pounds* of the stock powder It will have
of tile navy department which to if they but knew of it*value. practically the same copper strength as USERS OF..IN..COOD.. .... SUMMER..........

4 was In charge of the text to which the I> the 4-4-SU) bordeaux mixture.A .

Jo Fulton was subjected would not permit can Cut out tWit Coupon till In the blank. ..

i t any matches or lire to be takenaboard as J74os4Don't Flout Root Heivulator. .Iacea.olloworltto each blank pace NAME............ ..... .... ... .....,... .. ....
5 ) the boat Regulating the root growth by root the whole to make ao appropriate sell .S

Several boxes of taken !' pruning. transplanting and other methods t advertising Metto ana mail to P..0................... ................. ..... .
cigars were ,
want freedom from .
S you the TROPICAL M'FO. CO., ,
Is Idea. The several transplanting
no new "
S aboard before the entrance hatch. was Take Wine of Cardul 14 West Adam .
in Street
? f often practiced. are however Coon '............ ........State .............. .. S
S S I, finally* closed, and the men were permitted make one supreme effort to sometimes difficult as when a tap- Jacksonville Florida .S
to have "dry smokes"-that Is. -
well. You do not need to be
of root runs deep Into the earth. A Texas U-Remember the first 101) correct answers received gets the prlz ll. Sencja
S to chew cigars.
weak Jielpleas sufferer. You I man has It appears, invented a mechanical S your answers at once to the S
The naval officers In charge of the
have a woman's health and device to regulate root
test that It of the r TROPICAL MANUFACTURING
was one most CO.
nay .
S a woman's work in life. Why growth. Ills Idea Is to Insert a metallic .

I severe and at the same time the moatsatisfactory .. secure. a bottle of Wine of I openwork strip or screen In the 14, West Adams Street. JACKSONVILLE, FJ A..
I that submarine boat has
II from to- : earth and plant over It. The main root .
try druggist
i tt ever undergone. your -----------

J,. Fresh air was forced Into the compartment bft ? ,rot the the screen plant In striving Its downward to-pass journey through ispattiali Oa: _4 ...S. '::SL-cr: Hvn cSc OO. |

t l occupied, by the crew once ber! beaded off and forced to 517. ale w. BaySt., JACKSONVILLE. '. FLA.
four hours. In with oICARDUI
f every; conformity throw out aide roots.
} the Instructions of the Inspection board. I .

S !\ At no time did the crew feel any III II Amateur flower Qrowlasr.

\j I|4 | effects from lack of air or too much I The soil for planting flower seeds or fUQuMTrAl / H
'S .... plants of any kind should be mellow
It was not until after 8 o'clock at Ibe coutfh and boals la.. and rich that will not easily pack and EXPRESS
S ,I' night that the preparations for the -- become soggy. / S

It. "habitation teat" which provided the ical I In starting flower seeds of any kind W' 31

S boat should remain submerged continuously In only beat and moisture are required

I. : for twelve bourn, were be W. until they sprout through the ground.
gun. At 10:110: o'clock the boat begun FERRY Always press the earth down firmly aft /

j S to submerge and 'Juat thirteen minutes er sowing aU flower seeds else there la iZWsMjT'&qrs'snw.

t later was entirely out of sightS danger of their drying up before their

Members of the crow say their !atayunder roots get a firm bold of the soil. *4spj

., water was most pleasant, and ical MAELtT Nearly a-U flowers will bear trans

; that they slept as comfortably as they planting. Sweet peas and poppies are
\\10 '
would In their own l-ods. They could baa .t.abU"b84 it .. usually sowed where they are to grow

S ,. plainly hear the noise made by pnaInf : tact. 1\0ltS! b,. ..1d..I..r... You.owthe7 It U not best especially for begin

S : Bteaiiibonta and all were up caTtythe poIItpald 5mw.. free 1104 to all Seed..p"pU".D' ners to start the tfeason with too large

nest monrlng. and a collection. Choose those which aro I
: The chef prepared a breakfast of D.il..F9RY&CO. easiest to cultivate and moat certain to

S S I ham and egga. with hot coffee biscuit ; bloom.A .

.* and a corenl on the electric stove frequent stirring of the top soil will _

l lint! from what be says the confinement aid the plant In making a healthy

1:1] the submerged boat did not affect! growth anti help to keep the entire soil

tllt' appetite of anybody.; sweet and clean.
Jrcp4rjUun> fvr raising ..1h' sub. .. Ooldsi Prevents Pa.wn.IS Agenta for the Pabst Brewing Co.

: .


EAST COAST ADVOCATE, JJRLY 1, 1904. "" ".'" >f \ :;

,b, ;,oj.' '
Professional Cards. Notice. I ...I there now: you know but I've beer :,

I' <<' \!;, mvny all summer. He-he live In the: MISUNDERSTANDINGS. UNIVERSITY COLLEGE I
"fir: .- 51atth-New' Orleans. Terhap you I I K Keep Thvni Out Ct' th. Horn and I MEDICINE Wg:1? : ?-
G EO. M. BOBBINS 1 Mt.. of Anknn pnTlnff tor K change of the 'I E n :DY know him -Ford. Jack Font Is hit :;'j y A''ny Prutn Krl.nd.hli>". I I IIt MlDlCIAEOEMTISTIEYPMARMACTModern ) I'I
IwuiKl.rku 01 tYMlnoi No. is. ihe prayer of ttuinis" '
.Id( Petition In Rioted mud the bouudarlo; ..uf. Nellie \ lure i to to nourish between twopeople
ATTORNEY: A2TO COUNSELOR "Ohl""You LabentorUt U charge at.peda l.ts.QuuSystem. .
Mil >rerlnot are rhangmt .an fiHInwaiteginlnir each slow tu take
t : 'D C, cJey.A'OU they imiat lw
lOt the nun _t corner of section., t do know him. then" {{ BupmiorCUnlca.
AT-LAW. township. .in aoutn, ranite *>eu>t, thence cant ill e GnlmQr. 'I've beard of him" said be circumspectly. ofiVus": and not only willing but glad' I Bedside teaching our own Hospital.Ford.tsnrd

Will practice la State and United State Atlantic ocean theuoe.outlteaatertyahmgahon to pnrtlbt ut the lint and fulutoat sign 1 ,In'.I....wrI,,,THK PRncTn1t.
of Atlautlo. ocean to aouitt boumlary. section '
Court. 22, tuwnahlp :M aoutb, range 41 eaat; thence went Idwil," explnln Dolly of penitence: ; Btlll more, to overlook -- --
on **>ttl. n fine to totithwevt corner of section IB, Cbpprtpht! taut, by J. B. STUflu-U He's my entirely the uln which bus been a blunder -
Office at; TrrusviLiJC:, FLA. township !W south range: 41 east; thence hortt'' with a charming bluh. and aim accident, Life and low
on line tu mntbeuat of..otion in;
ranm turner ,'Ii "He certainly Imi't the .sort of fellow
townntilp ad south. ,ranm40 east; thence west toaouth are In great: |part the: art of beuriu "
wee. )ot.rnnr oflalDeInnlll;tb.noe north "Good cried you would hare Imtrrl tl -once.
TL.. GAULDEN gracious: Dolly getting with other people's shortcoming It's
ot northwest cot ner 'same noetlon;thence went "How do know that? You salt
toeouthweitt corner nectlon 9,same township to her feet with very pink: cheek. "I you Every: offender. whgtevr the offense. :, ,,, .
and ranite|theuoenorth to l*(lnnlnit. kill precinct you had merely hrurd of him.
1 In the of the law entitled to a
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW wonder"-- eyes
to be known mi Prwluut Nn. 18, and the "Your requlrem"nts were Iron
polling place to blat WMte City; Station Sanford lifted his hut with one' hand fair trial, nud no one should bo condeuiutnl -
Will in all the Conrw of the 8Utot "
practice Florida,and the United Staten Court. of June, A.. D. IWH\ and aimultamously held out the other."I"m "I told you did I not tint I hadmodified

f I.O Box 836. TITC8V1IXK. FLA. Attoati JOHX: R. WALKER afraid you don't quite remember them?" modicum of common SCIIHU and Justice
A. Cbalnnan. would nip most quarrels, whether between
Clerk Circuit Court, by O. A.Stewart D. C. nip. Miss! Kensington he began Sanford stared at her qvilxxlcally fora lu the bud. .
lovers others
or ,
[Ct. Ct Seal.] 17.
TN J. WEBB, "neomem r j-ouT Iteracmber' "0110BUb' moment. "You also told me that you Some oiu hits wisely said that scarcelya Font I

1 ? Why, it'a only throe years since never would; that there was no one"_ novel' "'"11.t'r written which could< ,

ATTORNEYATLAWWill Application for Tax Deul. -oh. do say that :you have but just "I've changed my mind; snapped Lave' run to the cud If the hero and ,

in the Courts of the 7th >" Dolly. "That's the prerogative of wise heroine been frank with
practice come out; that you did not really sot .' had fully one Y
Circuit. Taxes paid for non-reelden he men-and women, another. Mont dissensions are founded
not returned
"Certainly prompt
and rent. and accounts collected. Under Sea 8, Chap.4880,Law of Florida Sanford rose slowly from blat chair
'I ly. "After the rain the deck la fearfully upon mlllulltl4'I'IItaDIII1J11.Mild. .
TmrsviLLB FLORIDA... 19 HERERY 'UVIN!: THAT F. H. and stood for a at'l'Ol\1loat the back ofhers may be forgiven to those who
slippery. As a matter of fact
pnrobMerof TaxCertlHoate No II, looking down a: the silk rumpleof
dated the and day of June,A. I). Ilioa. bat. have just succeeded In picking. myself love much by those who return such
PENNEY tiled said certificate In my ollloe, and baa malls, sun blond hair. affection. Nor In It sutllclent to for- You!
A.D. application 1 / for tax deed. to |1000uI In accordance up from It. "You haven't exactly set the day yet,
with ,law. Haid ovnlHoate embrace. the following Dolly laughed softly and plunged five give without forgetting; the offense.
ileacrlned property, situated In Itravard dear" he v..nt\l""II1II11II,: The slnto should. !bt' wiped clean and ,
ATTORNKY-AT-LAW county Fl"rl"l.,to wit: NW X of NW W lees' rose tipped Angers through a tumbled "And how do know that. I 4 ,,
i'{ A. to Fester,and begin 8IJ .t. 8.of N W Cor. heap of sun blond hair. pray you the transgression b<> as though It bad n' : ,t' ,
Ref TITUS VILLB, FLORIDA. of N K i' of NK14. run K au ft., H 224ft"Wtgtt Mr. Sanford" / never bl'el1.I'IIII"'II'I1I1LI'IlI1ft'r..
) and N &! ft. Seo.4,Township M 8, Range R. "You bnven't changed at all," she re "At least I have received no fetter" : j .
i Will practice In all the courts of the 7th The 8al.ll"n.\ being ft*.. of anon cortlHnata In the name,of Chu. lie bent bin bead to the mutinous rose Hard t.. I.III.
K. Kenyon. Unless paid oertltleaui shall be re convenient cbulr. lifted It '\
face then suddenly
<< Cat. iKfonllng to the old tradition
deemed aooonlinit? to law, tax deed will lane
Sanford regarded her closely for the :
thereon on the lltb day of July A.. 1>. 1-04. "What is your Ideal. Dolly?" he asked have nine llvrx, but they arc not the .
O A. FROST. ...DIt'IJ. JONRS.T of half minute light tlmt
vy space a a
"" Witness my official ilfrnatnre/ and seal this the curiously."A only creatures that enjoy such n pill
10th of Juno, A. D. Ill.... was not unfnuilltar there leaping ivlft- '
RDST:: A JONES, day niiin who 1* n real min" said she rnllt)'. Infiuorla. have been dried and 1Il
(Ct. Ct. Seal)] A.A. STEWART, I ly to his eyes
softly "one who would do al1).thlllll.all restored fo life by molxtiMilnit after ro-
Clerk Circuit Court of Brevard County Fla. "No." he sold/ "not'tbeleast
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE, 10-U lly O. A.Stewart D.C. bit not In quite grave"; things. In the great round world to mnlnlng inert du..t for tw">iity-s"venycurH B
any respect. win the girl be loves-who would even nud the drying resuscitation him
:oane and Collections: Dolly's lushes, long blue black flickered
Bidders. go so far n* to get some. other pennon been siu-ccHnfully, trltil eleven titmice 01
Notice To momentarily over" the smoke colored -
TITUSVILLB FLORIDA.. to write his! letters, forgetting to 4k.guise I one lot (f rot If ITS. Frogs and many ,
---;- eye "Not really? she questtonndIn hIli little tricks of expression fisher Hiiffer no Injury from fre-exlng 1
a musing tone.
OTEPIIKN E. FOSTER,; Sealed proposal.* will be received by the muter' who"v solid \\hlle In n few cases even warn
signed to be prenented to the Hoard of Public "And you Dolly," he pursued, alert,
"At least" he broke In, "I didn't USA blooded itnlniulu have been restored to
Instruction of County, at a regular tentative have either
-"you not changed
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.5 meeting to he held In TIMinvlllu, Florida, on a typewriter an old one with the p life after apparent death from freosKlctlom. .
Monday morning!!,July 4, IUM, for I presume?" lie took the camp such
Dyal-Upchurch Building] Jaz. and stool opposite tier.A .
one ns we used to practice upon ten
JACKSONVILLE FLA. all follow! minute's pause broken only by the years ago.: Itemember when wo studied "........ .

double No 1,tea.Minn... and LaGrange to TltuiTllle by rush and swirl of water' against the shorthand together thllt"1 JnlJtI1 Is a novel writer' clyslum. THE GREAT '

NT ,S. BURNUAM, M. D. No. :2, City Point to Cocoa by double team.. sides of the ship. don't remember 11 thing about It," Thorp In. ono very celebrated! 1 work .
No. 8, South Rock)".... to Cocoa slncle team, Presently Dolly glanced up. *"I hue entitle) "The Story of the flight HEALTH DRINK.
Interrupted Dully, two pink roses slipping
No. 4. St. Lncle to Fort l'l"roe single team.No .
SURGEON and SPECIALIST A, Wavelaml to Jmineu single team. not changed, nilly she replied. 1Iervoice softly Into her cliwks. "I never Dogs" that run to lOt volumes, printed r

team.Theftervtce No..t, Tlbbalg. and .!;den to Jensen. double was low, sweet, easy H.T gate even think about th
Ear, Nose and Throat. slipped dreamily out to the limitless the page, Then.. again, Japanese writ. "
will cover all legal piiplln residing I'm sure I hoar the hint call for sup ""IN THE GOOD .
WEST PALM HicAcn, FLORIDA.DL .. Oil the route. Inrtloulra ooverliiir each. von I expanse of quivering Jeweled water. ers IntriHluce Into their stories a aunther .
trAct will lie fnrnl.had on application t.. eithermember For SOIIIH time both were silent! peor of character so confusing n* to
of the Hoard or County Superintendent'' i c
The Hoarti reserve the right to reluct] any or all studying the truculent breakers. with bewilder even the authors. No 'selfreKportlng OLD SUMMER TIME
bids. K.K, MI M8 The .
Mec'T uiulMip't. retrospective eyes. novclUt leaves a single personage .
\ Bouaventure. l'la. Mrs Ktherlttgp had loved gossip''
"And by that I am to Infer tbat you alive nt the end of the !book .
: DES'TAI. APAR1'ME:>iTd will\ never" all her life but although her ears were

Notice "I'm afraid I never shall" respondedshe. always ready for It, she schooled he Inherited. "

on the "Dentos tongue to disapproval. ""'hllt.. cool and Indifferent air MUsKrappny iM i\,,. -,

Now AT DArroNA.F THE CIRCUrT COURT IX AND FOR Sanford smiled a trifle enigmatically Nobody minded what she mild for, aim him, Nhe net Just as If ..h.dldn't ('

IN Hrevard County, Florlil.t. and looked down at his strong sea though she might shake her head and know that anybody was lookingat

E. BUCK Thompson In Chancery.Rosa tanned hands utter her customary. mild reproof, her her."

VI!. 'I] Bill for Divorce. "Still in the of I eye never fallen to express interest ..r
) quest the Ideal. see, "Yes' ; she Inherit that Her mother
Ales ThompsonNotice 'Is' lellolon refreshing it
Stockton A. Budd Building !MalnuSt., to Non'( -Raldent.To he observed after a little, his keen gray and a desire for more Information. used. to links |pancakes In the windowof ETTQ !

Jacksonville. Rooms)!], 10( 17.DENTIST. You Alex.are ThonipMin hemliy required to appear. lo the Hill eyes shifting transiently along the deck The one phrase which rOMe bad to her become Up a MUli-k Imicli rCHtlltlrnne.-Clev. beverage madefrora ripe
when the tale ended
or COlli plaint nlel ueralii airafimt you In the. rail was land Plain 'Dealt'r. .
" above eatitlml uauseon or b..roie the "So to speak acquiesced Dolly, following so habitual that toward the close ot Saw Palmetto Uerrlo Absolutely free

Crown andj Bridge Work 28TH DAY OF AUGUST A. D. 1004. his her life she occasionally employed 'It I
The KAKT CC>A.T ADVOCATE, I U hereby de l-| gaze e "JplOO, Ilewur.; t$1O<>. from pernicious harmful drugs. Metto
Porcelain Inlays, nated IM tile nd..lm"| lu which thin. order shall "One might: Just as well chase ruin- Involuntarily t ]
HlKL-class Plate work.fOtEnUONEYAMlTAR. ba published once each week tot eight oonMecu- bows," grumbled Sanford digging "Iluve you heard about Kilwardf:. The reader of this paper will be itlmulatus I tbe Liver, flush*, tbe Kidneys '

live Witnem,week.my hand and seal of office tide. the clumsily Into bill pocket for a cigar. asked ono of the family connection pleased to learn that there Is at Lust one I act directly on the bladder.

24th day of June 1004. "May! I?" he inquired politely, moving her chair clone to the old lady'srocker dreaded ilUeane that science hal been ,
[Seal Ct. Ct.] A. A. STEW ART, and leaning over confidentially .
Dolly nodded catching her full lower Ualce these organs perform their fun
Clerk Circuit Conn. able to cure In all its stages, and that I II
for ., Neefl4aws U. A. (;Ier.. 18 8t Grandmother Kthurldgo shook behead
cAUrfresj af muff* By Stewart Deputy lip under a curved row of milk colored
IIall' Catarrh Cure I I. the on'
catarrh. lions In a natural thereby keeping
---- teeth. "To Judge by your remark" she and put her 1mml to her ear, way
| positive our kn>wo to the medical,
announced the relativein
The power of the secretary of agriculture I commented, with a sudden Inflection of "They nay, the system In perfect and khealthy con-
The Largest and Most Com- strident tones "that be' making a fraternity Catarrh being constitutional -
to Investigate tbe adulterationor Ire "ono would think that I was-BUI
nlete Establishment South. -a-that" splendid mane fur himself I IID.t\ has disease, requires .a constitutional' i lltlon.

false branding of foods drugs beveruges "Not at all," corrected be emphatic boon offered a salary of '1 .fOO) by another treatment, Hall' Catarrh cure ls taken r

GEO. S. HACKER & SON and coudlnients when Imported ally. "Very brilliant persons frequently firm and that hit Is just all deter Internally, acting directly upon the .

In confirmed and extended by a provision foster. Illunlons. It la an Infallible sign a* he can l be; has hosts. of friend thereIn blood and mucous surfaces of the system r$

lu tbe agricultural appropriation of a theosophlc mind though: commonly Chicago/ and deserve them, alll" thereby destroying the foundation

bllr. It may become necessary for a IIpeoaklng"lie broke off lamely. Tbe lUlit of pride and Joy shone in of the disease; and giving the patient f

consumer to be certain of getting a "Ye-es7" tbe old lady' eyes, but custom was too
strength by building up the constitution -Sold by-
pure article to buy an Imported one. "Well, a mistake, I should say." strong' 'for her'tongue. and axHUtlnff nature lu doing Its work.

The Importer will have au advantageover "I'eople learn by mistakes" "You shouldn't repeat it, dear, she The proprietors have so much faith In Red Cross Pharmacy
"' ....,,'. a wrong story ,
tbe domestic producer under this "But scarcely ever profit by them Its curative power. that they offer One
1 ..r a Experience generally conies too late somewhere!" Hundred Dollar ;fir any casa that It Tltusvllle, Fla.
home should
! act. The honest producer for'-the train." fall to cure Mend for Hat of testimon I

((1 1 have tbe benefit of a pure food law, "I have somewhat modified my A Falrlr Iellle.t D..*r. Isis Address, 11'. J, CIIKMNV A: Co.. 'l'o-
such would result from tbe ledo O. Hall's Family Pills are the bear.nr FOIEY5laDNEYCUItEN.
a* passage ,
I"t ideas conceded Dolly after a pause. of the sagacity 01
t,} They w"re talking
,tau of the pure food bill.! "As to"- Sold by druggists, 7, o, ...... .".."_. Cndlladi.w, QhM
, dogs.: .
-- -- --- -- -
, P "Id<*alM. of course.. "My Irlih setter saved. me a curtain -
, The rural free delivery postal service "And may I ask-you would not-mind lecture by posting a letter for ine tin MASON M. CLARK

' MA.NUFACTUUERS: OF appear to be spreading rapidly over telling me whether you are any nearer other day," said Longtmw, going the ,

the ,country According to latest reports tbe-whether you have really"lie last speaker "one better."

Doors, Sash; Blinds, there are nearly 22,000 route In looked at her helplessly a shadow of The. others tried to look a* though 110 Murray Street and 100 West Htreet NEW YORK.
dwindling-hope scross his face. him.
tl | Me( nlding & Building Material; ', operation and several hundred more "Not n n Iota nearer." she cut In, with they"Fact," he continued. "'V If.. gave
have been favorably reported upon.
some abruptness. me a letter tu post at breakfast; told Fruit and Produce Commission M erehant.
Office Waierooms.. King, oppnontfo Besides tbese there are on hand something Sanford smoked complacently for SOT me it was. very Important; warned Wit

,Cannon Street.Charleston over 5,600( petitions for other oral I ....,ond.: \The sun dropped steadily not to put It in my coat pocket>-calls

4. S. C. routes. This branch of the postal' In the west casting a weird copper my pocket her dead letter o lee. Well, SPECIALTIES s

service; baa already become one of Its glow over the thin keen expressiveface. I didn't I left It on the ball stand;

\ -, [Sash Weights Cord au.> most Important features and promisesIn Dolly watched him furtively for remembered wben I got to my office;; Florida Pineapples Oranges Grapefruit

. the near future to reach all sections! a little her gaze gradually shifting to called. up the maid; told her! to send ,

the great plunging emerald columns of Major to tin hello, Msje!
of the country. It is helping greatly
: 'Hardware.Window sea water, scattering sheets of opal I said. 'Get the letter off the ball stand' Extra Early Beans and Vegetables. .
to make rural life more comfortableand
pray and filling tbe air with salt fragrance. and give It to the p ntmnn.' Moje recognlxod -
-- ---
[ CIa .
( and Fancy attractive. my voice, burked comprehension

A SPECIALTY. ."What takes you to New York, William of the message took the letter 'In Co.
rather P. &
It III discouraging to 'learn ?" she asked! after awhile, with t his mouth anti went and stood by' the Ruhlnan

that a Doston man baa been sentenced sudden assumption of casual interest nearest letter box until the postman

to twenty years 10 prison for stealing Sanford did not at once reply. A came to collect the mall; wife got an 3A1 Washington St. I NEW YOKJC.

TO BE GIVEN AWAY $300,000. lie could hardly have been queer little smile developed about the answer that night and never suspected 1)3 M array Htrest., f X. Y.

ftIo HrW.iNetar-lll b.>ull s.at'rw.ev' eu46.a..pM..It pad".. 1)s( .t.d .. given more than that if he had stolen corners of his mouth as he looked at I'd forgotten to post It." .
dm..atnm.n'c'i:. =i... : her half
I l a Dollla averted
) profile.
( Kk ...),.".,nty&:Mll<....... IBookmark. a barrel of flour or a suit of clothes. .
.S BulMrrilo*d f tn.collv.a Autumn L.._sad A long silence ensued. When Dolly Timer Knew Him.A Oranges Pineapplesand
1 eo.-..iu tor ihln...... atrrnat.ZEAD well known who has
looked toward him again there were literary man ,
O.r71U& BZLOW The St. Petenburg Novoe Vremya U tear traces In her eyes. She held out born spending several weeks at bin old

quoted as calling the United State an her hand. horne Vermont tells of a conversn- I
Florida Fruits Our Specialty.We .
v "insolent parvenu" but It must sound "I.t me congratulate yon, won't lion! which lie overheard", between two

I pH tM MIC much worse than tbat in Russian you?" Her voice was studiedly low to visitor on Jlie porch of the vllln rtore. represent leyeral of the largest shippers In your State and wish to representyou

e bide its meaning. "Who I* the-th An acquaintance of theirs. had

If some of those north pole expeditions lucky' girl. Billy r just passed In the street and. the following also. Give ns a trial shipment Established 30 year. .

C do 'not strike a livelier gait the "The woman I love," he replied sntentlonsly comment was heard by the visitor ____ ,_ .__ _. .__ J

south pole will bave the distinction of drawing her fingers Into -
both his bands and holding them cJ_. Tbnr gtvw 81 Perkins. Then a meditntlve "ABLlIUtEP 1870.
getting Itself discovered first.
a5V Dolly' flushed snatching them away pause-"81 ain't the mAn hit
.p' --- -- '
__ sharply."Don't. lined to be."

The. Vermont maple sugar crop may !"' she nled.HIt'lt'a. mean ..S".n' !... never vHarper* M. Lane & Son.

be short this spring but there 1* no of your' Weekly.

diminution of the annual supply of "Ity the way Dolly. asked ffanford. .

glucose and brown sugar. "what are you going to Nw York: Irrlng JIuclui Wafer 2iO WASHINGTON STREET NEW TOBK.

for?" Are a,true remedy for all kidney dliwase,

)Ir. : advises. men to She regarded bin) narrowly for an Its the
# NEW IDEAWoman's I(ront most simple form-pain In Southern Fruit and Produce
Instant through contracted lid*.
Maggasiia save money, but what they want from 1 bsckto its worst and very d"njCeroulOodlt.loaDrlgbt'a
I'm going to be married too.
.. ;
.-"m.----- John D. 1 III how
.. a few pointers on to C! disease. We meant
If N. "aM"M..a crab" P"tM'rro.M.r she returned, with a wee laugh. "And
.. .... .
be M
-_____U.15 d.w..1.,._fwd...er n"cut..Maw...P.
el. ae.sat F-a W..r alr.r harried on. "I've half a mind to tell 1 would not say It If we had not confidence .

.boeo.M.a.ayre! .UM,ko.,ui.....i.an tadfoM*" M mml'I '-imr lltt w"rral It would appear that Great Britain : you tbe truth about It" I Ii o them which Is the direct remit. of FLORIDA PINEAPPLES OUR :-SPECIALTY.
.ran r d-.---t-t._.ftfti m_t.tm*,.. ..** stands for the Integrity of that part of i 1)0." I>or knowledge of their cures In cane .
aa- Ik*Smtmttmi: >MOa
.- China which she doe not want for herself t hat seemed almost hopeless. Sold at
w"> rwar i tx.-| "The man--I-wII, ,If* some one I've
mv n><.A munrtite co.,MSni ..f....T-J been writing to for a long time. I live :,0o., a box by Bed Cross Pharmacy. Stencils, Card and our quotation furnished on application.

C .

1 .
,' .J -..??


f fI fI


: .,; I", .,,... .
., ,,,. 1 .t.. 1' ,
j ." \" "" 1' '
1 .. ",., -41!,":' ""y, ';JKA8T COAST ADVOf4YTx4Tx:; JULY 1 J. l M>4.;


THE FOURTH JAMKS. PBITCHAM, President; a W... M. BBOWH, VIce-Presldent.

il I, BAST COAST ADVOCATE"i :' W. S. Ba.xmae, Cashier.

Ii '" Before our next Issue;the Fourtlof h .. Radiant .

t WUIaLT. ....., DEVOTED TO Tea DBYB1Vorumar >. July with all Its attending noise e Beauty INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK

or THE IHDLUR DIVED, LAU I and pleasures will be over, W e

irOBTM ABD(ISOAYVB BAT.OTIOXT.. generally celebrate it In a mild sor t r Complexion. of perfect purity are mad by DEPOSITORY
'r' Hancock's Sulphur. Th. value of COUNTY
of but "one-third of the annual
way sulphur in the toilet bas been known for centimes Authorized capital $1OOCOO
PUBLISHED :KVBBT FRIDAY.CHABLES deaths from tetanus," i n ,
says but much of its value was lost until Paid up capital. $4OOOO
prominent,physician, "results fro the discovery ofNCOCK'
H. WALTON, Editor & Publisher,. Fourth of July wounds." Th<, Average deposits $J 50.000

Discontinuance of adn must be mod per.. Chicago health department ha Hancock'sLiquid
..ally at this ofllcs or by writing given public notice respecting thesi, h s Transacts a General Banking

wounds In which it Is stated tha t Sulphur II I r '
Obmk,etc.,may he made payable to CHABLKI I "death from tetanus in most agonlz tt,, Business.

_h. WALTON,publisher. -_ (| Ing;" further, the notices extender: I wa o Mss, sot only:' doer It produce Skin smooth and ,
toll..silk,but It.u.e.*a hair bath will cure I Largest and Oldest Bank on the Riier.Exchange .
td the A ADVOCATB for informstionoi to doctors to whom It says : all Scalp diteaiei. promote a new (rowlh of c
I nlu writing "Fourth of July wounds shout d healthy hair and itremthen the coloring matte bought; and told on all Foreign
my kind,the writer will oblige by-euoloM a1, Im the hlro.. to check, and avoid prematureray
I-Ie. Rtamp $ --
fir wPtt at Icy reliable drug itore.Hancock's
r / works, like a mole, underground o r It j Ointment ? ,l Iatronaaeappreclated. Prompt' 8"loe. polite
lJt ROSTOV OFFI(' -Tine near near A DVO. under flesh. As long as the wounc Nitire's CniUtt Cimtcl.i. Liquid Sulphur lkwi treatment and every favor consistent with con.aervative .
+ OATS has opened office at 404 Atlantic avenue, A ewersIarxtj ..Th.)a, Bs Prepared eipcclally Buini. caldt, Opea banking granted.CORnESPONDF1aT8t .
ilJfl; I IIII ofttnri whlob wlflbbinohargeof: Mr. Claude. Is kept open and regularly cleanse at.LXJ' :_ So *>. Chafed' Tint. Raw Surface. Buili
O.Walton. ... Filea, Rouihncn: oi IK and Hindi. and all i -
with antiseptics l there I. no danger.: } na..c..e. B. ,..a. ft. Pliocnlx National Hunk. N. Y.. Empire State

III IIII The most perilous and the deadliest J*>.MM*,n snMMMnat, ,,.w aWMTliBV n.dr PMM*.*MOMIM..r.w..Ul.HrilS.1 .. Skin Diacaiel.Writ* for fm tiook on nwa of 'Sntphnr itfP Trust Company, jockBimvllle Y.,,National'Fla. Bank of Jacksonville
address all communication to cx' CJtt. + < ,and a.a tam fur nil Ulwt.il wnl
of Fourth of July plaything a >*M i>Ms Dii7p .T. AMt :r..l dlw.aaw., "
EAST COAST ADVOCATE, ww ii. .ii 'r1TUSvilcT.Jc: FLA..
Ij. Trru'VZLLL FLORIDA.O. Is the toy pistol. As a result oi f s xnr. wwL eaaeew HANCOCK

_.. .. --.- -. .-- one day's celebration in Phlladel, Pales .o esN1'a --'-'- -
?(j. 8. Department of Agriculture phi. and Plttsburg fourteen boyi. t In.aw.Sl.-UsjtiMI a..*S\S BsHlmor Md. All kinds of Agricultural Implements. Agents

died from tetanus, the deaths re> 1 FOR THE
Weather Bureau Jupiter Flo.
I 1 i' ,
suiting from wounds iiifticted\ bj -.E3hCM37 ::1ELE1: .:rI.El.O: w -

_ The following is a comparative state the toy pistol. The newspaper!

ment of temperature and rainfall for tbe have year after year faithfully)
.y weekending Tuesday, June 28, 19G1. warned the public against the dan :tJa::

i { of the pistol and have en, o
'DAT!!. MAX MIN.' MAX. MtN.' ger toy "
H' j jI 22 85 "73 88 70 deavored to induce.the authorltieito ..f a. ,.;g

f 23: 8.1" 71 88 7.1: prevent the sale of it, but it 1 ii .
:21 84 70) 87 74 still sold, and-tetanus and deatb ,
:25 1 80 70 8:1! 71 K
are the consequences of its Use. 'Eo< C,;)
28 1 82 0!) 81) 77 H < O .
27 85 08 80 7tt On Fourth of July, 1903, 415 people );J JcI

., 28 84 73 84e 72 were victims of lockjaw, GO died !: ; I
rotal rainfall for the .week: 2.01 from other wo'unda caused, by fireworks Z r fir I H!
from normal rainfall for the yr.it.r S
dRy .l44 Iv"tY.y. c
and 4,000 but t ,
nearly severe I L
week: p'.us: 1.l7Inol.l.: Departure 1 stLfif; y : .51
not mortal Injuries were due to explosives.
frjm normal rainfall since January 1, Q
7, minus 2.06 Inches.UAL. The blank cartridge and

I P.. HARDIIT. Observer.. the toy pistol were the principal ) 'ai.,r.ti ).,y.-;,
'-------- ------- ------
''I agents of death. 7e

REMEMBER the Fourth at Titusville. Buffalo has apparently arrived t FERNALD
Let everybody come' and enJoy at, the conclusion th at a proper Sanford, Florida.
9it It. celebration of the Fourth of July .
-- v J -
-,,-------- .
I does not necessarily Imply the sacrifice

OKB' of the grandest displays of I of a nU in her utllves"the mutilation .
ti tiEll fireworks Indian River .:....- .
ever seen on i of several times as many ":7 .,..- -
will take place at Titusville. on the bodies, and ageneral nerve-racking, .

Fou.rth.. -deatroying ; continuing
- peace uproar
_ .
- W A NEiY Co
the better part of three days.At .

THE general topic of interest lethe a recent meeting of the Boardof

Ell big celebration in Tltusrille on Aldermen an effort was made to PAT Jar. 'LA ...r- O

Iii the Fourth. All along Indian River have an ordinance passed that will %

people are writing for particulars prevent the sale of toy pistols or a D IJV '

of It. ____._. _____,___ giant. firecrackers to minors who
---- -- --- celebrating C
fI'I' want them for the purpose of GE X
TUB Fourth of July.will be celebrated the Fourth. .

in up-to-date stylo, in Titus The toy pistol in the hands ,of INFIDELITY IS THE CAUSE SPECIALEXCUItSION RATES

II I ville next Monday'', and a large children is a menace to those who Between fackNoiiville and
} number of Indian River residents handle them and to those so un Eau Gallie, ILL, June 'JO! 11104\) New York

will be here. fortunate to be in the ants '
as vicinity.The ; Hay, 'Grain Flour Meal
Editor Eatt Ppntl' AdeooretStnca / ,
lf. trueof the
----- -- same giant 1
TUAT grand fantastic parade ate cracker. To these two implements becoming Interested In the workof On and after June 1P04, and'' until jJLmo.: : : C7oxia.oa3.-t: :: :: 3Z3to.v;

Titusville on the Fourth is going to of noise may be traced most of the the Anti-1'rofanity League: the qiiestloo withdrawn,_ the "Clyde Line" will loll
has arisen on my mind, why is It Weight and Quality Guaranteed -
cause no end of merriment ; and destruction wrought upon Young! fret-ahass tickets, Jacksonville to New
there Is .o much Infidelity and skepticism
I .the race after the greasy pig: will America while celebrating his la regard to food and l a' future life York and return, meals and berth in -----_ -- -
be the fun of your life. country's natal day. :Door Anct: 'q" :ix: _dow :F'raD:1oa.: :
oludod .3.'l'b. tickets will\ \ be
after death ? The solution to thin question at se
::1, .. .. We have hodesire to curtail the
-- -- legitimate pleasure of anybody Is not, I think, far to seek. An long og.od on any ship and will be limited for: "VVe are making hundreds. of frames every month for the leading .contractors

,I'' THE ball at the Opera house will any. ns those who profess to be followers of return passage to September 15: 1004, and we should make them for you.. We do it cheaper and better.
But there
Ii I'I beat all records. The Southern where. surely are rights the Lord Jesus Christ, live In open ilfs- and In no case will the limit be extended Our latest Improvement ((4. .
,I and privileges of others that the
Orchestra will perform during the celebrators. should observe. It is regard of lila teachings and commandments beyond thia time. Early applicationwill BRONZE FINISH BALL BEARING SASH PULLEYS

} J; evening-while the merry dancers that is especially In regard to Sabbath \ \ s!oure choice of stateroom occommodatlonM. ADd you should Insist on getting these In your frames.
quite enough one day givenup
4.I j trip the "light fantastic." to racket and danger there is breaking and'profanity, Milch may be In writing, please give When you have any building do-write
; ;
I considered two of the foremost evil of names" of all parties, If more than .one. EAST COAST LUMBER AND SUPPLY COMPANY
f ---------- for
.: f fIf no more excuse fifing pistolsand
.I and of children If Children General office |IEAU OALLIE FLA.
our day and time; the latter of which ages any '
Do not forget the big barbecueat firecrackers on July 3rd' than -Yards. at.Tituavllle'Eau. Gnllle, Fort Pierce and Went Palm Beach
If: though so prevalent among all classes of between ages. of 5 and 12 years, half fare. -
Tituaville on the Fourth. There there is on Dec. 3rd. Sick and I
I will be''plenty to eat-all free.Uee'Yel nervous people suffer severely from people, youth, age and sad to any, chil No charge for children under 5 years of: .

,::1 II dren of tender years and yet fewer warn age provided they do not occupy nccommodntloDs -
and pigs will be roasted the hardships thus Inflicted and :a:
ings are uttered by either press or pulpit ; 'to the exclusion of others.C. dges & O'Har:
whole. Come and enjoy thefeast.. they have a right to demand that
the sin of II. WALTON ,
taking the sacred Agent
_..-- -. .. ... ..... .- .. their discomforts be reduced to a against .. and Dealers.. .
t, minimum. I names of God and Jesus Christ In vain. Titusville, Fla. .Manufacturers

NEARLY X1300 have been subscribed As long, I say, professingChristians Rough,
in Titusville for thEll
and the visitors are promised OUR FIRST FLAG. will continue to be skeptlcaHn regard to Dressed
a good spiritual things, Ood heaven and etern TITUSVILLE. Orange Box Heads, Fruit and Vegetable CratcR. Mouldings\ : Shingles, etc.
.c14 i iI' time. Our business men have sub had ity. It U. H solemn thought that at the Mills and office located at Buffalo Bluff Fla.Vrlte us for prices delivered
scribed liberally to the Fourth of The first American flag its dual Judgment day. God.will si"y to the to any part of the State. Address: Hedges & O'JIara'Buffalo Bluff Fla.

1 July fund. origin l in" the following resolution professing Christian: I"'Depart from me." The State school authorities have decided . ------- -
--- -- -
--- -- -- -- -- ---
f -..-. --.-.----.- --. adopted by Congress.June H, 1777 : I The professing Christian will be hold re- to locate a Summer Normal School

I' SPECIAL rates on the }!'. E. C. Resolved That the flag< of the thirteen his pouslble. profession for having, and ai>failed bringing to live condemnation up to at Tlttisvlllo, to begin on Monday, July IF YOU WANT A... :

; Railway for the Fourth at Titus- United States be thirteen stripes upon his. fellow men. It Is time 11 tli, 1004, to continuo eight weeks, end-

villa, and down river visitors can alternate red and white; that the union that the pulpit spoke" forth( in thunder lug Just prior to the Fall e examinations
) be thirteen stars, white on a blue Hold .
tones of against this evil
i leave here the the warning great which begin on September Rth. Lot
same on representing a new constellation. of profanity. It Is time that ChrlstUns. Building
10:50: train. No need to stay all When Congress 1777 appointed should live a more oooaUtont Christian Prof. C. V. Waugh will be principal, ... ,

night if you don't wish to. a committee to design a Hag, the life and consecrate their lives more fullyto .and Ulan Haul Carpenter, assistant.

v r .. .. committee naturally consulted tbe service of Christ.As The reputation of the Instructors Is a or a lot with a BUILDING, READY FOR OCCUPANCY w
----- very
I In former times the
lure of good work and this
I KENATOK ..OVERMAN say."Itlooks Betsy hose of Philadelphia as she warned peoples and nation atralnst the Institute guarantee affords excellent LA.ND FOR AN ORANGE GROVE

It was known as an expert needle. moral nets of their day and time proph. an opportunity PINEAPPLE PLANTATION or TRUCK GARDEN,
Parker Is the
as Judge com. :esylng the thunders of Uod's wrath unless for the teachers and advanced pupils
the of Revolu
Ingman. We of North Carolina will I woman at the evlt was put away from their of, lirovard county to secure superior We probably have for sale Just what you are seeking.

I give him loyal support if he comes tion, and had gained reputation in midst; so men are catled today to lift training. Settlei are flocking In but still there Is room. If you ars
!to" the convention with the her calling by making the rullles their voices with boldness against the'
\ delegation for George Washington's: shirt and great evils which are no prevalent In our Ample arrangements have been made looking this way drop a line to
of the great State of New York with the hotel and
f national life. Nation la times boarding houses to
post were
1 behind him she suggested to our Geo. W,, the JAS. E. INGRAHAM SrdVlce.Pre.ident.FLORIDA .
< .
punished for their alas and received the secure comfortable board, and our 'Board
I _. .. -- ... .----,.. advisability of adopting own just reward for their deeds. It Is. time of Public Instruction will pay half the EAST COAST R'Y '
English family ooat-of-arms for the men should put away from 'among them
;, IN 1892 Mr. Cleveland received flag, which was fully agreed to by these great evils; It is time that press board of'every teacher of Brevard county ST. AUGUSTINE. FLA.

'1't 5,556,918 votes out of a total of 11,. George Washington. The original and pulpit lift up their voices In vigorous who may attend. This concession will '
i and try to stem the tide of also be made to of the
protest resident
304,746. The same year 1,611,033 design consisted of thirteen red evil. God hasten the day when Christ' any WALTON SELF-LOC1 ING BLOCKS. OVER FIVE THOUSAND OF WAL-

It votes were cast for Weaver the and white stripes or bars, and the kingdom shall reign In the heart of men county who may attend this Normal, Patented In all countries. Only tackle ton's Rapid Calking Tool. now In use

I., populist candidate. In 189G Air. same number'of stars which may and Uod's will be done oa earth as It 1 II and at the approaching September examination block of the kind lu the world Fit by boat owners In the United States.

n, "t viP0 ; Bryan recelven 6,502.925 votes out still be'seen over the door of the In heaven One who dell res to be secure a teacher's certificateof ted with the celebrated VInton Roller Price $4.00 and |$.OO each, at the Ai-

!I...' of a. total of 13,922,378. Althoughthe old\ Washington home in England. A, CONSISTENT CJRI( TIA.Y. the first or second grade. Bearer. Useful In any place where VOCAT: office, TltnsTllle, Fla. *

I total vote was. mueh larger in R. E. Ml MS, hoisting Is done With these blocks

1806 than it was in 1892. if the ---r------- County Supt.
do the
work of two.
one man can
,a \ vote Weaver in THE horse race will be one of the TALKING BIRDS.
given the former he
Thousands sold in the north. Call
I best ever seen on Indian River and .
to the Cleveland vote of that MEETING OF FISH DEALERS. and see them In working order at this
tbe entries for it are fast coming in.
year it would exceed Mr. Bryan'svote office, or tbe store of Jaa. Prltchard t4Olson :
by 5,011. It is plain thrt a how birds ; I Titusville. Brewing Asso'srFsmou.5s4oni.
It Is wonderful
Ir are taughtto
We understand: there Is to be a meet- .
much larger percentage of the dem. Draylng. talk, but it Is equally as wonderful to -- -- -
ociatic party indorsed the platformin see the worse stammerer cured of Stammering Ing of the Fish Dealers' Protective Association Keg and Bottled

1892 than in 1896. It would Draylng or hauling of all I Inds prompt. In a few days. Dr. u. W. Ran at Eau Gallie, to-morrow(Saturday Beer.
I ly attended to. Meats all trains. Stove dolph a noted specialist of the voice, ,) when fish dealers from'all parts of
therefore that '
seem logical, if ,
from St. Louis, has demonstrated this Bold by Moans r.A. Lo l y an.
wood for sale at all tiroes.E. the;! East Coast are expected: to be pres.eat '
either of there platforms is. to bind H. DOLTE: Titusville. fact to Mr. L. C. Canora a prominent 1 R. L.)Slotlow Tltn.TUI.,Fla.

the action of-the St. Louis canven- ciUsen of Palatka, Fla., In the cure of 87 Mr.R.L Motlow,Cocoa FU.JOSEPHZAPF' .
d tion that of 1892!) would have prefer. his two sons and several others. In a
ence. But the coming convention Job Printing. few days. Dr. Randolph Is now at S,. Shoe Itepairliiff.I 1 1
Hotel Jacksonville
George Fla., and
will| not be bound by the platform Do not forget the fact that st the ADVOCATB will remain until the 10th ot July. :See .

of any preceding year. Only the : office, Titusville we do job or write him at once. He comes highly do all kinds of boot and shoe repairIng Sole Agent.

fundamental democratlb doctrines printing of all kinds, neatly cheaply and recommended by leading men, M and do not forget It.. Opposite Jar.
eipedltiously. Letterheads,2oteheads wen as leading papers all over the South. 4 1)10 to 620 West Bay StreetJACKSONVILLE.
generally such should I I
recognized as Billheads. Envelopes, Tags, and all other Mr. L. C. Canova will writ" you about Prltchard d Son. AXDRKW: GIBSOJT, I
control u its pronouncement. kinds a tbe cure of his sons If you desire. i Tltusvill, Fla. A TLAI -
I i




,, .4u' .. i- :. --, _JJ.-.. .......___"''.'''''''....'.....L.:....''''......,, 4G i

\ ,
',' ,
", 1t1.ST CUA(l'/IADVOCATE!/ ,f ,LS1,19Ot.: ,\1, w.. '.', I ?';.lJ.; 5 I

., .
ANN.....................................NNNNN .L Eau">"Gallie. .."j",',! i GEORG: MARX. 'JOHN MARX.
Melbournef4;, :
.. ;, '" .&..:.

EAST COAST NE'WS. .1 j ) -. :-= -- --_ JEi: B <>S.

$ SubMvtlptloos for the APVQ9ATK, SARAH O. HOtMMOX-PHTSU*.. tin 0115- .a. .
paper of the East Coast, wjftl I be ..>"" Kao GalBe. Fk rM*,
******************** received at the Melbourne PosteftUe, WHOLESALE GROCERS

: I
i I-Three four sliowers on Sunday, last
RICHARD W OOODE.-Raal Estate: Notary or ;
Newsy Note' Coniributod bv-Our Regular 1'ubllo and Convvyaiuvr. Agent! for Jtotn*
and tAedonandGlobi l Henry Drake took Jt run to Malabar
Liverpool ,and Hartfordnre
Fruit and Produce Jobbers.
Corps of East CoaatCoia-oHpontients. TNN laourane Cuntpuilei. Bnvctal' attention Sunday" last.
paid to U..1Dte..ta ot noa-nwldeota. '
I .- !> W. '1'. Wells ofilolbourne, Is still shipping -

..NN.NNNNN NNNNN1Nt NN.NNV DR t. A. PEKK-rtMKIOIAN!: AND f'lIdIlO1'f.! ) his crop of pineapples.
It..wld.ncx>, Melbourne. At Eau Ualllvt every Corner Bay and! Jolla SU., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
afternoon Tbo colored school at this point opens

YYYYYyYTTTYYYTYYTTYYYTYTT J. C. Hancock, Mrs Kltchlng, the Misses -. ,1 July 1st, with Mrs. Bryant In charge
e Amy Edith and Florida Hitching, HOTEL XEI.LKVVKMelbourne.: Florida. A WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF HAY GRAIN AND FEED.
winter E. Spiller ban lost all his guinea chick- ,
READ Mexara. Bogue, MoMullen Kltchlng J. healtbv rnmirt on high pine lane overInillnu
harking' Klver. Itiun: tuaiiil upward ens. This Is quite a loss to Mr.I Spiller.
M. Smith, and Trueman. The party per dav. r 81wt'tsl| | | rates IIIT work oft. mtnunn.Vr PURINA FEED OUR SPECIALTY.Seed .
found nest of which container \ It for rate. to .Mu.laiu K. M. tilmpbolt, } hint ..
t And Send Us Your Order. one eggs, K. l, :Mlmn spent Friday In Eau '
I 110 eggs All report an elegant trip anda Manager" It. W. CmniilHi.l, rroprletor. ''iallle looking over the school property. Potatoes, Sued Peanuts. and Cow Teas In season. .
I IGeorglana.
delightful ride home In the moon I '1', ot and
light. I.aTWe solicit consignments Fruits Vegetables
Mrs-Latham, of Oak: Lodge, was In The recent rAin. are filling up the ..? .
; :xtATJiS: ------ town las&JIturd..y./: l ponds In the pinewoods went of tau: . ,, -
: -- --- -- - --;----- --- --- ----- ----
JUG No Pity Shown. ( '
; I'er.Oal..coprERDISTILLED. 1.. Itonolund MR AND MRS. MACY.
Mrs C. Moore, of Is the .
.. 91 es "For years fate was after' me continuously guest of her mother, llJohn\ Uoode. Frank: Turner will spray your orange ,

; [QUEEN CITY. ... .... 2 00 TRADESPECIALTY ," writes F. A. Culledge, Verbena, trees. He qu just procured a brand -

I II I SUNNY SOUTH .. .... 200 Ala. ..t bad a terrible caye of piles causing Miss Lena Conklfng! of Tillman, war I new spraying pump. A letter from Mr. Macy( who ha beenat
; lu
.'aiLT-EDQE .. .. ... 3 OO A len'a 24 tumors When all failed Buck- Melbourne, last week, visiting friends Letters from Capt. Colby, of Macata- T. O. Ronald wan calling on E. VelllY Lamar S. C since leaving 'Tltusvlllo,
Arnica Salve '
: cured me. Equally: 'Y'. I. Metcalf came from r lm I Hall, louday.F. '
up wa, Mich. busy season and a
... ... .. .. report r says: : '
I PEDIGREE 400 good f'r burns and all aches and pains. Beach lost week business I a
Only 23o at Red Cross on a abort great rush ot tourists W. Lyman and Ouy Munson drove "Wo are expecting to leave horn Sato* ,
;OVIRIIOLT .. .. .. .... 4 00 PhM macy. trip. ,
I __ I Edith Burns returned to Canaveral on out to Dr. VVIttfold'n Mondtiy. 2nd for' home f
OLD JIALItPAJC ... .... 400 day July : our summer at
Master Fletcher Stewart Is the proud Monday last, after pleasant visit with Jobu ShlpVIe" was over from his hams Tillman and Malabar, on Indian River.
Eden possessor of a new bicycle a gift from her friend Bonnie Hodgson. Found
on New Harbor Monday, buying
OOH.3XTN. : his father. I We shall sail, from Cbarlimton on the
: MONEY The Banana rivet mail Is delivered supplies.Mrs. .
the :
steamer, Arapahoe, of Clyde Line,
Fred Prang Is putting down a clitteiu from from I Int. ;
r Titusvllle July all Hughes baa been quite nick for,
BACK Mrs. W. F. Richards made a business for Tbeo. Mlsner, and. a new sidewalk In Gallic's last trip wa made on. the :2ltb) several weeks and Is under the profeiu- to Jacksonville From Jacksonville we

Per.Gd trip Titusville, last Monday. front of A. U. Taylor's residence. Inst. tonal care of l>r. Holmes. shall go up the St. John's river on the

IF GOODS O. WHITEa 111.'I There has been a let in the rains ot Jacksonville to Sanford
up Miss Jessie Goode will spend the MoHgr Hodgson, Minis and Paddltion A few mangoes/ are beginning. to ripen, steamer City -
r WHITE BUTTER ..... 8004 and a consequent let up In the monfultc Fourth with friends Palm Ueach, then constitute the building committee for but It will bo A couple of weeks yet be. !, and hope tit reach Tttusvtlle Monday -

DONUT WHITE FNIE: .... ...... 11110 crop.Mr. visit for/. few days with her brother, A the new school building being, erected on fore they will be ready for shipping noon."
Goode and
and Mrs. F. B. Richards and fam- J. family Neptune.A Highland Ave. and Irs.racy
.... The prospects are Rood for an abundant Referring to Mr principal -
LAUREL-V+LLEY. 3 dos II, and friends
SUIT. enjoyed a picnic at
party party sixteen, from Courtenay, The of the
Tibbals last week. bright moonlight night crop of Souppernong: grapes later on. and assistant principal,' of Lamar

have been enjoying an outing at' Melbourne I past week were utilized by rowing par- Oh I we are never without good.I thliigB Graded (School, the County Messenger,
Rev. II. II. Jones and family moved Beach The party consisted of ties on Eau Gallle\ harbor and sailing to eat here.
s -WE HAVE OTHERS: Into the parsonage this week, and find Mr and Mrs. K. B. LaKoche and three parting. on Indian River published at ll.irUvllle, S. 0., sayst Y

living on the hill a vast Improvement children, Mrs R J. LaRoche and two N. M. Fish road commissioner was "As far all wa know, the'' pupil. and
WRITE US The NaroiHHis, of Melbourne, Is on the here roads. lIe
duilng children. Mm. Ilellonqnlsi'' the Misses\" Saturday Inspecting our
: season. unanimous In their desire I
Alice Reynolds, Sadie: LaRoche Annie wa)s this week being oveihauled 1 for the pent Sunday with his family atOoaxnus patron rai 1,

J. J. 3 I I 1 Mrs. John Miller arranged a very pleas- Jinklnn. fla!. Jlnklan, Jimmy Jlnklnn. summer's work Capt. Van !Stern burg at which place\ they are, with a number that Mr. and\ Mm. Macy will touch for

WILLIAMS MiirprUe party for her sou, Angus, on the M OUSTS. Brooke /Ham:: and Edward In the owner of this craft of others, having n most delightful outIng us again, .

Monday evening, which was attended by Lei Roche. Week has aturtttd ou the new school on the beach "We are Kind! In l note that the board
1 P. O. Box 401. the people of this and
Ankuua.young place At Educational hall, last P'1'hhy evening buildingaud It Is hoped school will openas Dr. 6, W, Holme was oaltnd Tuesday,) has oltertid them their ,place again for

', JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. ,"wan enjoyed one of the bent social I usual this fall. without delay. The of l I..st. week to visit professionally, Hev next year, vita mi looreanv> In salary and ?
v..nry.Srv..vv.ma..i The back porch of !Mrs. Maud!\ Rlctmrd dances of the season, about forty being contractor Is an energetic man. J. B, Hawk, who hits been very ill all' h
I. of at, beat another teacher
residence took die from a 1m udge recently present From Eau Oallie\ we noticed I The county bildge over the Ran' Gallle the week at Mm. Munson's. Mis. Hawk a prom ,

but serious trouble was averted by the Milton, Sadie Snail and Claudia Mo- river Is well pnironlzed' / by fisherman and and son, "',,11 II, arrived Tuesday. He IInhavl\ nccepivd" the offer, Beside

Mrs. Richards and .her daughter, who Milieu, 1\1 elillU. II\udo;i Edge, John I some /good catches of sailor's choice audsheepitliead was reported much batter Monday of this their rchoul -woik, Mr.. and\ Mrs Macy

Stuart. worked like Trojans and soon had the Shave, Leland McMillan and Chilstlanifrom are being made. Stingrays week, but IH Mtlll unable to sit up. have worked\ hiii'd to build up a libraryinterest

fire under control, abd saved the bouse. Daytona' :Mr aDd :Mis. Carte. and tare too plentiful for comfort -.- .-- In our community, by organis ,

1 The pineapple harvest will soon be son, Menars. Johnson, Fuquay, Phillips, I octorN Could Not Help Her.
Fred C. Frey harpooned a 73-lb. pea over, and the attention of the Britt and others. Music was furnished W. I. Booth bRoIl purchased the school lug the Hen Franklin" Library. and Liter

I a, early Sunday morning. -be turned to the Immense growerswIII weed by U. J. N. Campbell, the Misses Hoke building from Mr. (lesson' and will turn "I luvl, kidney trouble for years," cry 4esociarlnn. ; and by colluding! moneyto .

S crop, which will now be harvested. The and Qard, H. W. lloanj..nn sni) !Stephens. It Into a comfortable realdonco. Thebuilding writes Mrs Hammond Connor of Shelton, start the ach..lllbrl\ry.. .
i1ss Lizzie Glass called on friends In IN moved to the loath
already the
:Dainty refreshments of Ice cream, and Waah., "and doctors could not help
rains have
f J need; this week, also spent some timeshopping floe heavy crop of sand spurs assisted and In other making"..Uck.er. a. cake were served by the ladies. K.t on Highland. Ave.Foley's me. I tried Foley' Kidney Cure, and "They are expeo'lng to spend their
at the attractive stores. vacation. MnUliur River
.." ---- -' I ani now cured. I cannot any to much on Indian ,

\ J. DeStenben is running bill flab Working Night and I>ay. ; li hi i icy Cure. for Foloy'a Kidney Cure" 1..1.,1".. They will probably. sail, from

business summer, so as to give his ------- Charleston; for J'IckllonllI' Flft,,, in
: fishermen employment the round. Start Bin Herb Garden. The busiest and mightiest little thing Will euro Bright'. Dlaoa.
year YOU GOING NORTH ? about two weeks, '
---J that ever was made Is Dr. .King's New Will cure Diabetes. AR.E l'
( J. Mortimer Smith, of Jacksonville, Is Fortunes. In GINSENG, GOLDEN SEAL and Life Pill. Those pills change weakness Will cure atone In the Itladder. *""""""*" "'('hey haw !our bent whefor| a

here this this week, representing Lud grown!: and4ardythroughouttheIT.5. Always KaiUly. .' listlessness luto energy, brain-fag into Will cure Kidney mid Itladder diseases A few year ago travel northward at pleasant JllIrn"1I1n''" a safe return to 11* I
music dealers of .
"aoksonville.We den-Campbell-Smlth. a ready market and demand Inureaainfr. Room mental power. They're wonderful In --- this foaiton of the year wa extremely at the end ol the summer," ,

la your. We jronlen veil root to grow and thnuaanda:seed.: | Plant c.f dolianTworth. In fall.: building up the health. Only 2>So> per South Rockledge. light, for the reason that All tile tourists
.' are sorry to report that IT. W. Booklet and magazines telllnc all about It, 40. bO1t.Juld/:: by Red Cross Pharmacy.
[Bessey has been confined to his room at Write today. OZAHK UINDENO: Co. bad departed, and there were not very HEADQUARTERS OF JUDGE

[the hotel, this week with a slight ataok 1W: iwp't W.,Joplin, Mo. r many homo folks to go. A glance at tho PARKER.
of rheumatism. White City. Mrs. Wilson, of Frontenac, I III visitingher
ships! of the Clyde Line, an they gild -
brother J. I, Hwlnaon.)
The schooner Elizabeth E. Lawrence, Fort Pierce. a gracefully from their docks at Jacksonville New York, June 9 1, IICH) I
IhlV. and Mrs Hall Wednesday
enj Hogg, captain, was towed to White spent will convince the beholder that
Mr. Find'y'a little child which has ,
with Air. and Mis. M. C. Salmon. KJitof K [City, last Saturday to be laid till the '
:: ,
up Wolf been 111 for some time U not any better business Is fln' with! this popular Steamship
Inter season In fresh water. Chas of Eclon, was a pleasant .. Ad. Lindsay has visit .
and the worst In feared. MI' gone on a Eaoh north Dour HI I r-'The Parker headquarter*
visitor Company. ihlp
to town on Tue d.ay. goes
: Miss Edith Kltcuing a professional to her parents, lesldlng.uear Ocala during the Democratic National Convention
The band Is Preparations are being!: made In all directlona with a full list of passengers and we hoar
rained nU lIe who Is stopping hero with progrenalngvery favorably for pineapple slips and settingout Mrs. C. It. Magruder. and( daughter, of the Line to be hold. In Ht. Louis on July
but Clyde
under the tuition of Frank nothing praise
relatives had: hurried call Roylance.
a Tuesday will soon commence Cornelia, were recent callers on Mr. E.if. (Uh, 1IMI l, will mat the Planter's. hotel ,
pvenlng, to take charge of a case. Wm. iJree service. ,
Hogg, Waveland, was In town e.
the end of last week friends. Mrs. I.ockbart celebrated her birth-- A trip to New York by the Clyde T.lno whnro 11 will afford the friends of Judge
E. Simmons the boat builder and bee visiting
last J. R. Mlot, our County .
day number ,
Saturday: a, of her Parker pleasure tr welcome
man, has sold his farm and home place Mrs. A. A. Ilendry and children left friends giving her a pleasant surprise was here last week" looking over tile Is a mont delightful experience, for on you.

> to Geo. Gosling.! There 1 I.. some very on Monday for a few months' change upcountry work on the loiul. their floating palaces can be found all Your truly,

j roe strawberry land on this property. I Miss Jones spent Saturday and Sun O. W. Hchuyler ilrovo up from Male, the comforts of home; staterooms are DKMOCIIAT.:
day with friends Wabasso.. !She -- -- --
jjf Gosling landed it beautiful tarponone Mrs. II. E. Crooks left, Sunday, for says bar on Friday last, tp visit his wife\ who clean and airy and their tables era supplied '
( day last week. Mr. Gosling has his that Is where alj the bionqultos come ls still with her Mrs J. K.Uettler. JOB PitWltfU( of all kinds done ._
Philadelphia, to spend the balance of from. ( daughter, with tile bent of everything to oat,
own launch, a handsome sen skiff and he the summer. this ollloo! at, reasonable rates.. Give
|maken.dally trips to the tlshing grounds MeHsrs Thomas and Eldred Special summer exournlon tickets art .
Koerger.of us a share of work.
Launch parties are all the go these were here a few days looking for We were pleased to lee our old>! friend, now on sale at the low rate of t.1Q: roundtrip -----. your yBherllrs
ago a
The children's day services at the beautiful Percy (1. Walton, of Tltnsville, down >
moonlight nights, despite the 40-acre tract of land on which they wishto between Jacksonville and New York,
church Sunday were well attended, and frisky rnosqujto.Cbas. this way doing business In the Insurance Httle.UMMKH .
plant an
he children did their part quite well. orange grore. line, and hope be met with good success. first-class passage, meals and stateroom
the Boykin left, Wednesday, for the Our Literary will berth Included. This rate coupled with -
(The singing was not quite up to society give a special the
Do not fall to rnember fact th.ttll"
northern part of the Htate. :Dame Humor and will AND lir VIBTtJB (IV Art KXKCIT.:
[average. says be Is not coming'back alone program serve refreshments AUVOOATM office doe all kinds of the elegant service or this popular line, t limmil mt "f the County <'our or

.1 John Taylor left this week for a trip this time. Thursday evening, July 7th. All are Invited job pilntlng. Ile up-to-date and get should Induce the people of Florida to I Hrnrnnl. empty, fliirMft, whoriiln. !hulls
to come and have .lnililii snit her lnl I' nil
a good time. Ttioni** Llodsay are
4\ to the Emerald hie. }Jr. Taylor lost Rev. W. T. Lame of Sebastian held your envelope and notehuads neatly take a trip and enjoy the InYI"oratlnlf.1 Is/null.. A".I.I T \li"...tt i. defendant, I have
r ,Is> mother a few days ago, and goes tot Mr. Pike Is hauling large posts from printed. life o7.or/tI"'Of/ Old Ocean. ..1..1,1" '" mill will.Mil at publlo miotlon far
kttend to business matters pertaining to services in the Methodist church last four or five miles back In the Hat woods. giving viwli to Mi* hliclimtitiKl' 1 best bidder" tmrnm the
Sunday morning and evening to large understand The Kooklqdge correspondent of the Uourt-liuiiiw duur In Ih. town a( Tltiuvllla:\ on
We WALrow
\ Jhe family. they are for Mr. wnco: O. II. Agent,
Star Is ol( when be states that Mis.SvrloHon .
congregations. away TUB ritmr '
of Tibbals, and has contracted tofurnlnh MONDAY Il'II' Aunt'sv, iiw.
t! i J. P. Lees closed his boat yard here, has malailal; fever. She Is very Tltusvlllo, Fla.
i, There was a party at the residence of 1000. __ -- sit that triwit" nf land lylnir In Ilrevuril county
Ut Wednesday and moved to Miami. Robt. Lennard's -T I III, but the reitldentsof South Rockledgu larliliti' and 1 tlmorllMiil" follows:
r Lees went down via' the inside route on Tuesday evening. do not have malarial fever.. THANKS THE PEOPLE. Klnnlna, .lKhl olmhi. wale and three and
Quite a number of young folks enjoyed avery Brutally Tortured.A ....... ,
i his launch. The business here was .. -11..oils himilri-ilrhii ,"ah.. Koiitll of thaNorilifiut
at enough for the yards. We still haveo pleaaant evening. iimrt.r or ttm Houtlmiue' iiimrMr of the
.cane came to light that for persistent o 1)l\UC! Northwnut quarter| of Hani inn 4. Tuwmhlp iU .R..
marine railways. Do not forget to see the baseball game, and unmerciful torture has perhapsnever 'Floilda Headquarters O. A. It.tit hangs fin K, tliminn run Month th,.. unit test lT.

I [What are you going to do on the the gun shoot, And launch races on the been equated Joe Oolobick of Cure a cold In 21 hour. Relieves Augustine, Fla, June 2.1:', 1WU.Hon. units, !half nurs.I hiinilmlth:tliHtii'0: I'lmlim th4e.se hmii'' :. Went
Beach rheumatism bronchitis and thirty twonlmlnit. North twelveatul
Fourth Palm and Miami will be neuralgia ,
kiurlh, i* being asked on all sides. In the .hoot. Coluftii, Cal...writes. : For 13 years I en headache. Comforting and uuratlve. Fred M.I Taylor a hit. t n'i.hiin>lri..lthit chain, th..",-. KM
Is the matter with going down tope represented gun dared Insufferable pain from rheumatism thirty two uhuln' to the |mlnl of liKlnnliir| oon-
Jhac !
Swift, sure and safe. The beat of all Postmaster Tltusvlllo Via. ... leas
lnlnir tan the of
nntti s nr M properly
dear old Atlantic, and floating upon Great preparation are being made for and nothing!: relieved me though I cold remedies, beoaime the most efficient. I< til\ bosom and In its refreshing briny the Fourth. A grand time Is promised tried everything known. I came acroos I Is small chocolate coated My Dear Slr -Though late In aclniow. 1 ...1'1.... : >
Opaao a tub-
I l-t,, lness i for a few hours. everyone who comes here. Come, one icine Electric on earth Hitters for and that IU the greatest med. let, and 1* sold at iUo: a box at Red Cross edging( the receipt of your favor" of May I I nii. .rlt( of ,.....),..r.", HBOWV'uiinty., b'Inrtds.
and all spend the with A few
John Domini baa one of the show us. bottles completely relieved and cured Pharmacy :10, I trust that yourself and the kind -- ,

p ce. on the river Ills lawn. is just me." Just as good for liver and kidney friends, who J.lnelln, the beautiful observance Notice/

e, ply perfect; a beautiful green carpet Night Wan Her Terror."I troubles and general debility. Only Kto( nude County Laud J'or Hnlo. of decorating the graves of our -

ceittendtng: from the residence down to would cough nearly all nightlong," Satisfaction guaranteed at Red CroaK
dead Memorial> will accept the
the, dock and the beautiful St. Lucle writes Mrs. Chas. Tltunll1e.TITUSVILLE'S on 1. ,
xpplegate, of Alex Pharmacy, / \:010: tOrt BRB-:
river, where a handsome ,launch IsChoused andria, Ind., "and could hardly get any For sale, cheap, the northeast quarterof thanks of the department of Florida, IflTMBCIIlfUJirfllV'llTI.V' Ct\nncnry
in well boat house. In r. p..tltlo'1 nt roe': Alilnrmin to bo. ..ni0>
a kept sleep. I had consumption so bad thatif southeast quarter of section 3. township Grand Army of the Republic and Jbe a r,.. iMolnr.' Tnuuiiiw. coning' to |.. beard,

j The folks gathered at the I walked a block I would cough frightfully TRAINS. 38, south of tl east close to assurance of gratitude of Its Command: 'it I*i>" ..,..1",1"_..I.| chut. the |ir.y.r of tin
young and hood but when all other range ; p.tltt.m[ ti. icr- ntxl I,an4 lh. 'einp'tof the M -
spit ,
and freight depot of the Florida O. K. Wood's pineapple plantation on 'er, and those of the people to whom the Mr h mln I Ie.n.anom/.am1, : l that the sail m1.I..n '
medicines failed three >1 bottles of Dr. The
following the time arrival ..
are of ,
i hereby urin'ml a liana a. In"ilrnlxr
Coast s
Hast Railway Monday evening,
King's Mew Discovery wholly cured me and departure of passenger trains to and St Lucle River10; acres. memory of their dead Is the more sacred t ,and\ It hereby.. inpuwiiriMl and ilwilkreil. to
,. nd enjoyed themselves for a few hour, and I gained !>8 pounds. Its absolute from Titusvllle: Also the northeast quarter of northeast by these tender sympathies, by these unknown \be. trim ilKBlnr In ....rr rmi.mt, unit 10 rate
[dancing. All the leading people were charge of and l manititri ear own asstI and proiv.rty .
[represented. The music was furnished guaranteed to cure coughs, cold, la- soorisotnro. ,quarter of section 18, township 39, to them.Thanking and hut iliinhilitiM, a* 5 m rrll woman nntov -
and all throat and .
I by several ladle and gentlemen taking grippe lung troubles.bronchitis Price, Oc and $1. Sam Leaves Tltnavlll for Miami and I 00 p mInMrinadlats south of range 41 east; on !south fork of you for your kindness to 1I.an.l ii orilamil,, at rtiamtMtrn, si Titus viii..

[turn at the piano. The affair wa a point/ J Lucle our( "Boys rtorlila' this Jim.'i U, l*<4.IIMl .
st IDOMpm
{most enjoyable one ple bottles free at Red Cross Pharmacy St. River; 40 acre Apply to ". JOXKH.JU .
.0aTDBOI7JID. CHAA II. W 4LT01'f.' I am, In V. C. and L., yours,
The following party went down to- the to publishItems Leave Tlttuvllle for Jacksonville j J M s m Tltnsville Fla. HC.IHY' M4RCOTTK. :, -. -. ,- -. .- -.-
JrVe cannot guarantee I :
pub-bouse. Tuesday, and spent the that do not reach this office before and Intermediate polou at j 1:13 p m .- Com Dep't Kla: O. A. R.DEDICATION .

: )evening lr. and surf Mrs.bathing L. D. Tucker and hunting, Mr. and turtle Mrs.: noon on Thursdays. Arrives M Tlttuvllto Tltosvlll for from Sanford Banford2Mp.tn- 1:M a-oi Do you subscribe for the ADTOCATH ? vni rON <: li\IF

i ti.u un __ CEREMONIES..

; ; I 49m.w

.NNNN N.N.N N.NN NNN NN.N NNNN.N.NNN ee.N. NN.**..ee .Nt N.. .N1ta ':
Editor Eatl Coat .\droeatf .


TEST OF T ) -OVER FIFTY YEARg---.AND 3 Manager/ to the Louisiana.Purchase E.-I
= IZ HAVE; *
1 YEAR <. ----- : position presents Its compliments and I ICE: BILLSAVIN

5 '. \ A RIGHT TO THE CONFIDENCE OF THE 3: request the honor of your presence on
'-' --- -
the occasion of be dedication of the Wisconsin 15Y U.MNC. A
= J'F.oPLE--rrA_ THEY_NOT f 3* [
j State Building, Wednesday, June

:= z'Mb,1904, Wisconsin Day. Dedication I IGEP! VDKrrp

THEREFORE ceremonies at 11 a. m. Reception 8 to I
i i MH Jo:. .1. WAIJW, I Ice cheat! COt..412e.Y'
WIs. State
Hostess, Biding. far booklet
__ rite l to agent


................. ....N..NNNNi..N..N I.N.NNI/N.N.N.N.N.Nr..N.H 1e....N11NN.NNN. remember. the ADVOCATC. of ice, I



aw., ',a: .r awaa. _

xl ''ryv
; ?
v 1
) .
ti i 1

: !' S

': tZ .
.1 4 .

_ i ii 6 .d, .::1.\; ( EAST COAST ADVOCATE u__ JULY 1. 1904. .
: ',
: --...,. OFIC9ER.L Florida East Ry.

....... E.C' .d.. T...... a. WHs e.., Ha Fa\ed as Anarrr:....d.. Mob a.<
*. ACBlnut Their ICiuplorer.. Got Jl'alrl Plar. 'June
ae LOCAL TIME CARD No.56. In Effect 4,1904.
The Russian servnnt In Iiired for om During tbe reform riots In ZIyd

"4 ,year and in told exactly wbat his par park, London, In 18M1 the mob on i a 4 yw OUTHIOUND-RCAO DOWN.\ NORTHBOUND-MaO UP.
4 ticular duty lit to be. lIlt than stick I well remembered night began teurini w .

to that ono duty. An lung u. each aerv down the fences of Hyde park for fire 1 zJ l09 Ja"..N .....t' STATlO..1.. Daly.Ne1 g n
ant faithfully, perform. the pedal I h F. Da.I I
duties of kin all hi well bu and barricades. Colonel Thomas Wentworth i v..................... .. ao SOU" ............ ........ r Ws
l t ,
position Hlgglnnon/ tells In tbe Atlantic l. lt8a l.......... ............._110 JackllOl1..UI. .....................Lv IIfla
the neglectful butler or cook or coach Monthly of an English officer who wa glS N 100!I 10 57 aa ..........................8t. A uf..Un.! .. ... .................... 1aa ,p
la. the with Ills .: ...... .... ... .... ..asting.. .............. .......... .,'.... 515.
tine Hunt by eiuptoyer a dining with -a friend all unconscious .. .. .. ... .. ...... .. ...... NDp
1&.la ..:. .........:.....::,..... ...I.C. .... ... .a
written note to the> police Judge who, .f the linpendlng danger. Presentljb '

y After carefully JnvfatltfiiUiitf"" tbu coin received a summons from the wai ., tel 11.11.0. ,,. L.Ar.. ....Palatka..Li................ ........Pal.cll._..... ..................... T aloe\\lOa./ pile I
i .plaJuU has a right to order bodily pun fir --
Jalxment or to wrIte a bad mark In tb&ook < department, telling him that his regl CtiRti 0 .10 O b p It ..........................8.11 Mat.e .. .......................Lv .,... ... -I 10.
mont was ordered out to( deal with tb, 8 sea Lor ........ ........ ....Saa! Mateo..... ... ............... A ap p,
kept for thin purpose.In .
Itutmlan LY ....... ...... ,.......... NOlO... . .. ..L" lies
households often t
great lie hastened back to his own bouse,, I ......,... ...................Jh..a.II.. ............::..::.......... 6se 01 q ,
1 from twenty to fifty servants aro kept, but when he called his horse j" .. ............ .............. ........ ....... .... ......- .a. ,
.and even the middle class families for hi t tl ........... ........... .... :scion ..................-.......... s e a S'
found that his servant had receive l ''II ; .. ......... ............." Daytona ......... ........... ........ assn I
have iwo to four. The pay of these I .. .. .. .. ... ..PorlOrange. ... .. .... ... t 4d.
tf ; aerranta varies according to the Hue permission to go out for the eveningand 011 p ........................... 8n.r'a.', .. ........:....:......:... t 16. fa 10 J
/ had the key of the stable In bit I P .Y If p .. ....... ...... ...New. HIli.... .............. ............ I &11 a tI l ,
*>C work. While the "clilefa" In the pocket. The officer ,It fa l I p ..............................Tlcu."ill....................._....... I U. J I',
t; it JtUfcliena of wealthy families often re- hastily donned bli II t Utl I: p .... .. ......................000... .................... ........ Ilia ,
uniform and then had to proceed 01 I : P :.....::...................... ,)CIltlod".. .. ........... ,... ..... IlI1a ...p .
K.' tye 300 a year a cook In an ordinary foot to the J' n 'fil p .................. tie..."......................... l"a 11 00,1
-citizen' employ gets uo more than Ill !guards' armory which laj u. I .LJ.-..........................E.a Gaun' .........._................ l"a UU.
on the other side of Hyde park. Walk 1011 p .. ...................... ...........................". 11 Ha 11 a.
.1 E .a year, and a mold of all work never lag hastily in that ho loll ................ ..............At. Lu..I.......... .... ................ IIl111a NIli
t direction came t ........ ... .. .... .
,seta more than 5 a your. At Kimtervary IJ ... .... ... Pt ell" ion,
out unexpectedly at the very headqnar $5 i'ft" ....-.................... .:. 'lIp ,
a "' servant get a prevent generally tern of the Tri-Weekly Sailings Y .. .... .. .................J. .. lip 1 N1
..* ...ult or dress. mob, where they were already .T lOp ........,. .,.................. .rJ.ree..I..1 1 e,
piling up tbe fences. 1 S Si It p .. ......................... .. liP pro.
Every other Sunday the servants lu Ills uniform .If H P .....,.......................H..... so.
Russian household are entirely free. was recognized, and angry BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK. t 11 lOp .......... ... _.......... .w..., IIp a..
shouts arose. It must have seemed tIN Up .. ...... .... ......."....W..lmB.b.. ........ ........ .......... III.
Their work stops Saturday nIght after For the t.. OIp ... .. .........,..... ........Bo.ntol1.... .....:............. ......... I Tio.
11 ; i ;'supper, when the servants leave the moment to the mob that the Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) sin Up ........ .................. .. ..Delr.T. ............. .........-. 'DP T Lord bad delivered their worst enemy I" Otp ............... ...F. Lauderdale... .. ............. ....... II"
{I' :house not to return until the next Monlay Into their hands to qp........ .. .... .............. Hallandale. .. ... ........ ........ .. ...... f as pIli..,
7' morning. The employers never The Finest ,Steamships in the Coastwise Service 158 ................._...Lemnn en,.. ......... .................. lOp 110.
1'a sksk .where, or how the free time Is There was but one thing/ to be done. I OOi. 1I pAr........... ........:... .. ...AlI.ml..L.. OQp lGO.

Fl pent lIe made his way straight toward the The Clydq i New England and Southern Lines. I -

v:* Russian servants will pilfer. Since center of action and culled to a man Direct Service Between 1I..U'II'O&D J1BANOlI. OBANOII CITY BBANOH.

Russian ladle leave everything to the who was mounted on the pile and was Jacksonville Boston Providence and all Eastern Points ];iJ 8'UTIOIl. I s. o. I o. araaoxe.o' \
'. care of the servants the latter do a* evidently the leader of the tumult D..ilz. D.11 Dall Dail Dali '
:they please. "I nay, my good man, my regiment (Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) 011 r.."......... TI.rille .........Ar 11 DOp 1010. L,..N. Sm'roa..Ar }ISS53
The niaiiHorvants smoke cigars belonging baa been' called out by her majesty's 8KMI-WEKKLT: : SAILINGS I L............ Oen............r[ 11 Iaa> lOOp 11 Ste Lv.LekeHel.e.Ar 1iOp Ii

their frequent orders. Will you give we a baud beer Southbound......,... ... .... ...... .. .. .. ... ... .. ... ... .. .......from Lewis Wharf Bonton .Is a r..Jltcorprl.r: 11 00. lip 118th L.Orange Ctty.Ar 333 Cop I otp ,d t.
to masters and ... ..... .
.. .
pay this pile?" Northbound.. ........ ........ .. ........ .............from root at Catherine Street, Jaokaomrllla 130 a Ar. Sanford .Lv 10110. lOOp 1146.IAr..Or.City 19 Sip '"
l1_ visits to tbe wIne cellars of the --.
The man hesitated a minute and then Nw e. s. .:T No./t N.to ai a. 4 e.lu ,
house but gentleman would consider ,
a / an Dour 11AYPORT flatly
9 It ''"demeaning" himself to prosecute a said with decision: "Hoys, the gentle- Clyde St. Johns River Line. Inody D.IIy. I :r Dally Dally BEANOB.x40.p1 Dally Daay Daffy $uady ,i iro
servant for thin. dan is right. lIe is doing his duty, & BaoA' enl
(Dollar/ Line.)
tcI The Russian. servants will talk about rend we have no quarrel with him. Lend. ISOp Sp Slop 100 IOaL.J'okeonv'.Ar ? o0 .toa lOOp 1 Op I/Op ,
leap t 51p Oep 91St espa Sass lip Slip Slip
band and him
a help
1 follow servants, but never about their over. Stopping at 1'alatka, Actor, Bt. Pranoln,Herenford (DeLand),and intermediate land- 11011 7I1 p 11091 {O p 10 00 a ..Pablo Aeaek.. 04040 a 00 40 1 t0 P tO p iHp
f+ ( (employers Hvea when they quit one This was promptly done, with entire Inns; on tbsBt.John's Klv.r. 1030p ? fi IUp 1914. Allantlo3aaeh 516 T u" ilip hip Slip
10 f0 60 1150 a Ar. Mayport Lv 100 a Ttoa lOOn f 10
i'' respect, and the officer la brilliant unl- p p p
place and take service In another STEAMER "CITY OP JAC] SONVILLE'

l family tbey would never mention anything form went hastily on his way amid Ie! appointed tn nail atfullowsi Leave JnckHonrllle. ,Sundays, Tuesdays, and Thul'lldays,8:80 p. m. PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI.,
about their former masters. three cheers from the mob. Then the turning;, leave Sanfurd, Mondays, Wndneslluya and Fridays, 9-M>a. m. .

l This discretion goes so far that even mob returned to Its work to completeIt Sort foun. 8CHLDCLK.: : .Surth-Bouutl. CLOSII-OONNECTION MADE AT IIIAMI WITHTIAMSHIP. OP THE .P. A O. L t. COMPANY FOI fj

the law considers It. In Russia tbe law It pOHMlble before he whom they nldd K "IMI 3 down.i a.. p. inS ... ... .... ........ .....,.Jackionvlllu. ., .... ......... ........ .Irr ve Read I 2>> up.Leave .a. ing HAVANA AND KEY "
I excludes servants ns witnesses against/ should some bulk at the bead of hiseuliiifut Leave 4A p. III. ......... ............ .. ...FHlatka. ......... ... ...,.. .. ..... Learn vo p. m. WEST: '
t their former employers and perhaps order them to be Leave. 8 UU .. lu. ..;... .. ............. .... A.Cnr ....... .... ....... .. ... Leave 8 110 p in.
t j or present Leave. too a. niB .... ....... .......>.list. Francis .......... ........... leave loop m trhne
I, .i*K> lout, at least as these servants are hot Ugwu. Leave .. ....... .. ..........ere.wr.o..l..oIo.. .... ... ......... IA'ave 1:111I14,00": .M Time T.ttH! chow th tlm.e at which may ba axiMetod to arrive and draarl 'I''I'Th.
of taken part: In I Arrive 30 a.'in ... .... ...... ....... S".I"I, .. ... .. .. ..... ..... .I."e. I 8 Wl a. inin tram tb MTtral vtattnn ho1d but their arrival or departure a i tha rlmos stated. U not iraarantmid..
'liotll.Joclcd; having II Arrive 10:OOa. lu. .. ......................Enisrprlse..... ......... ............lxavs. oo a. DI, rormdoes she Company Itself l responsible for any delay or any oonwtquenr adeing then-
+the crime*,-London Mall. I Opaao '
Cures a cold ID 2.& hours! A modern Gen'l Passenger and Ticket Off Ice, 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonville *
I Influenza .0. 01P7 of the LOOAL'TIMU OA1aD or 0th.. laformatioat:
SHORT TALKS remedy for grippe, coughs; M.tRONMONUKR: J5A.stHen.Pus.Agt.| 204 Went na'Bt.Jaokamvllle.Via.v.O.000PEa.Jf.Looalkri.A .
colds, bronchitis, sore throat neuralgia : t. Jacksonville. <). P. LOVKI.L. Superlutttitlont Jacltsonvllleroot SEE THE TICKET AQENT." "
love and. rheumatism. Purely vegetable; easy Hogan St,Jacksonville.. Fla. '
I i "A terrible lot of Is wanted on and pleasant to take, and never fails to A.C. HAOKRTT Oan'l) Rast'n:" Pas. Act. New York. CLYDK MILMC, f Ian.. Frt. A 11;'., New York. j J. D. RAHTTER, Asat.'Con. P..... Agent.. ST. AITOUSTZmS: :rLA.f.f.
General WM. H VL.VIIK .
THKU. O. 5;(lJClt, Ma.iaftnr.: en.t.Oeu"ra1 A""te." .
.rata dogs and unmarried nion. glee; quick relief. > ChlIrouJulldln.c.. Ill State BU.Opposite Hattorjr Park New York. ... 1i
t 80 many people wnsh) time! Do you Opaao Is a small chocolate coated tablet O. II. WALTON. Agent. Tltunvllle, Fla.Atlantic # -- I i
lo It? l>i> you talk, and talk about and Is sold at 2.lo: a box at. Red Cross .. .
-- ------ fc.
nothing? 'Pharmacy, Tttusvllle. A 4f& w f

How we all dislike thQ child that I Vrfsw
I has Its own way and !Is Impudent! All POKER CHIPS Coast Line I .
lOt1.. need a great deal of training/ JI 0 .aaV

1 A. !good many people are like pie There are more ,than four "knaves"to $ CilIa u

;iplant-their good qualities are not the pack In some /games. t W rNsr ,' \\V
1 t known because no one bandies them In bite hands all with big gun, you Great Through Car Line from Florida.. 'Ill\\\

:right. want to look out for the recoil.
: I When a woman's daughter marries a The moral motto "Oval l as you would I TO TI1K EAST.

preacher1' ''she In tnoro flriuly convinced be dealt by" 14 chiHHuti us the "joker"In Over Its own rail. to h\Vannah1 Charleston Richmond and Washington, thence touts, i 4 avotcu

than ever that her children have ad- n ioki-11 pack. vla.the Pennsylvania Railroad.

; vvantagenshe did not enjoy. It In awfully bad form you know, to

; i I 1 I If a woman truly loves her husband let the loss of u few chips. make you TO 'I.'IIEVEST.. qQ iaU(

Ii when she Is unkod how be 1 III she will look ns cross a* If you thpugbt you The Louisville\: Nashville, via Montgomery. The Moolle & Ohio K. R.
11 j say, "Well, ho does not complain, butI were /vetting the double one. \
do not think be Is very well." It may be good advice to "bet your TO THE EAST VIA STEAIUSI lP. CITY

If you have a little bard sense it baa bund for nil It'a worth" but It In a Via Savannah and Ocean Steamship Company for New York rhlladeldhla, lies HARR N 7p .
Into ton. Via Norfolk: Steamer to New York Washington' and Baltimore. Via Savannah
probably been beaten you; very mIghty dangerous thing to bet It for .
and Merchants' and Miners' Transporttaion for Baltimore
few have it naturally. Ho that after all or more than you are wOI.tb.Novice and Philadelphia. Company*

: All, adversity and criticism are useful auk which IK the right way

I Ii Atcblson Ulobo.Th to cut the curd Our experience tench TO KEY WEST AND HAVANA. L.JnlAl

es ua boy.that the right and .
? lilY way
Boar >!. MI..d, Via Peninsular' & Steamship( Company.
; at tbe same time the only late one la
Telling In bill book of some hunting to cut them precisely UI does a glided \
s Connection Made Jacksonville for all Points
experiences near the north pole Cap bog a shabby acquaintance.-New York
taln Sverdrup wrote: "Walruses and Herald. &

seals were harpooned and shot and also nJ.RAGE TICKETS. .tv1LLt ,

the large arctic bare, which seems to New York Ma to have one of tbe largest Interchangeable mileage; tickets good; over 13,000 miles of among the principal \

I have contracted the peculiar habit of religious edifices on earth. She railroads In the southern states are on vale by the principal agents. rot! a.-. y; ..

frequently running long distanced on needs For reservations and Information apply to agents of the A. C. L., or write ifl

j 1, Its hind legs. Hunting was not always FRANK C. HOYLSTOy; Commercial Asft. W. D. STARK, Trav. Pass. Agfcl.W RUN i

easy, the atmosphere playing strange West' Bay :St., Aator Building, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
,tricks with the eyesight, as witness tbe H. M. EUERSON, Trafflo Manager.; W. J. CRAIG Oea'l. Pass. Agent.
following account of the stalking of aIbearl It.u WILMINGTON. N. C: SOUTHERNRAILWAY

: 'With the utmost caution with j

his gun ready and hli eye Axed Inetorably r Hump Back DlfVlUE' ,},:r

I on tbe bear, Seblet advanced to '
SE JB<> :R.D:: To
the spot Meanwhile the bear sat wag .. .J..
.lng Its head, but keeping< a good look. SCOTTS EMULSION won't make a WASHINGTON NEW YORK ASHV1LLE and

oat, It appeared, for when jinhjel' had back ttrel ht,.atNr! will It AIR LINE RAILWAY.FOR .
come soma twenty steps nearer It rose thump '.S 'long but It leads soft mak'Z and the EAST. HOT SPRINGS. N. C
i '
.. .
.1. diseased bans and Is I
l :t :and 1Iew'a7. It flew a* well as any the few ,ermine mean of recovery: In CINCINNATI CHICAGO "THE LAND Of THE SKr'1'
bird which, after all. was not remarkable
I rlckttt and bone
for it was a glaucous !gull.' !Send! for consumption.(...."'1'1e. The NORTH and WEST m, "The Sapphire Country." '
HI FMrl 81"N...Ywfc.joe. *(___.. B_..,. bIala.g Car
Am Import*.! DHt r.n... .and f i....I aU dma. PHILADELPHIA PmllnaaiOn 0._ ._._
Not long after a aeries of losses at YORK, All TI_ TIa_ S..1.
tI sea on a certain steamship line two ..

travelers were discussing transatlantic ..OUTHEIU' 1tlLWAY .. r. CAT MI-isle P.m...,_ A_.
,:" Two Elegant Trains Dally .. I OS W. W atrK ". sin it*... Pia.v. .
liners. One of the men preferred the
.A. "" P.T. M.W.It.-. D.C. L ... .. .....
other the Tline the Seaboard Seaboard a.P.A,-- .- D.Co
4 O- line, the EXCURSIONTO Express, Mail. r W.. H.T.-, A.0. P.A.. MY.a Oa. '
one on which the repeated wrecks bad

:' There's one Important difference.," THEWORLD'S ONLY LINE Operating Daily Through Sleepers Jacksonville to New Orleans :--. -- --------
said the first, "that you don't seem to
i t have considered, but which weighs
,*. strongly with we." FAIR For full Information and sleeper reservations call on any. Agent Lines

\ "What is that?" Seaboard, or writeA. Mallory

fr t; "Why. the Cline guarantees to --V I A O. MACDONELL Astt. (ion. Pas Agt. S. C. BOYLSTON, 1'aaa. Agt.JACKSONVILLE. .
," take you across! but the T- line _

guarantees to tape you only as tar as FLORIDA

fr II! itgoes.."-Harper's Wl'kly.t Hashfille, Cbattihoogi. A St. Louis Ry. ---- SPECIAL PASSENGER-EXPRESS STEAMSHIPSLargest

!onnd It. ATLANTA CHATTANOOGA AND BO YEARS* and roost thoroughly equipped passenger steamships on the coast.
a, "Always," snld the astute news editor KIDNEY DISEASES EXPERIENCE
to the new portl'r-'olwllYI be ont

; : i the lookout for any little touch of humor [IMPORTANT STATEROOMS ARE POSITIVELY GUARANTEED on thexI

that may brighten up our col "DIXIE FLYER BOOTE" are the most fatal of all dis ships, as no tickets will be sold to exceed the numberof berth

I umns." or> the seating capacity of Dialog Halls, thus Insuring all passengerservice Indhillus:
the Leave J.elulon..lUo'Ia F.8.rn T:43: a m.
kl f. That evening new reporter hand. eases. and attention.!
Cd In an account of a burglary! In a Lays JacktonTiU. via A.O.L.,t:KM p. nu
: which Arrive St.Louis,I JO p.m.,and 7 a.m.second day c KIDNEY CURE III
tmtcher'a' shop commenced "Mr. cm v'Q DCSIQNS PASSENGERS LEAVE
I the sell! known LSI Co*>vniaHTS Ac.Anvon. .
Jeremlab Cleaver, ; f o Guaraatiid Rte J Jor
t .. .seadtnc sketch.and 8l Can.Jacksonville Times-Union
butcher, has been losing flesh rapidly Through Pullman pln ; to aiMrt.lii our OI>IIIMMI free wn.cb.r an )
Bt.Louis. InvMitKm. l. pwibablr' pAt.fift>.ll'!>. Commwnlnk.
," I of late. __ ______ money refunded. Containa "IInn..Ulctt'h."Dd.ntla' !. H.ID80011CO eounn > MKi t. LOWEST HATES TO NEW YORK AND ALL POINTS NORTH,

Sartorial Pl.'..r....". For Information, schedule, map,of Exposition .. remedies recognized by ejni- Patents. .__taken wttboot throuaa.""rtr.Mann, la the ACoTreoelTetftclat Including delightful DAYLIGHT SAIL through the

,,,l "I expected to find that' suit done!'," grounds. ,book of howls and boarding nent physicians as the best for Scientific JUtiericait FAMOUS "SEA ISLANDS.::! "
stormed the customer bousM, writ to

"011, well, here's the other suit dun," F. J. WALKER Fla. Pass Agt. Kidney and Bhdder troubles.. .A vlnloo baaiteomelT of.nr.ennti5enaro.l., nh -rnrt*:
said the tailor who was a low wag. PRICK SOt:. ana $'''. BViVltir month.>pl tlo7d bf ai nawad.a/.n. I rsctlons offered by no other line; diagrams, reservatins, tickets, etc., apply to
and who bad a bill In his and.-Dut. Nashville, Chattanooga;Jk St. I.ouJs Ry.Jaoliionvllle MUNN & Co "-*- New York

lab Express. Fla. lied Cross IMinnnacy. Cmeb Ofloe.A* V BU WaAlactos U O.: ARTHUR W. .PIE, Passenger Agent, 214 West Bay Sreet, Jartsonillle Florida.


'- .,...4 __.....


t Sleeping Twenty Year: *. I .......... .n.l T..... ', '''''", r NEW YOltIC f{T
One of the scientific journals of Perirecently I
Squire HMMKMI I\'N''" often consulted .
": ;1';; Sembler Cottage gave an uctvmnt oft woman I i I In (MM** of fiimlty IIHU-iilty resulting
. who was quite the equal of Hip Van, from the tortu und streets of time or
: Hotel
TITUSVILLE. Winkle as a stepper Sbe began her temper and h* derltrd a goal I deal of Marlborough
. slumber on May 31 1S83 and 'did not uimtK"inent from the tales told In hi* ,

/A 4 Open Ail the Year awaken till May IK!, UHU She was not little" ottlcv.U it true. that you threw somethingat Broadway 30th and 37th Street. NEW YORK. i
always peaceful during her imp. but 400 Room. 200 bath
; :Mike! that caused the swelling OMTbin room Lighted/ entirely with electrlo lights.. Con
, Good Board and Attention. about once a month hud a convulsive vj-et" the squire aaked a little wiry ducted on American and European plans and la managed under the. peraoa.aupenl.lon *
. attack:, but without waking.' All noun of the owner
I ; i 'Reaaonable Rate Irishwoman who appeared Mobbing at E.'S. CROWELL, Manager.KIAMKS1IA .
) Fl lahiucnt was Injected. his door one day half an hour after ,
Two On coming out of her long slumber .her husband bad -". ., ,-, .- .-- ---- -- .
; door from F. E. .C. Railway departed. -- -- ----- -
the woman recognized those about hi>rand "1'1"",. I dot" said the little woman, I
Station Tltusvllle. remembered something! of tier life catching her breath, "but I utver wlnt LAK12, N. Y.

prior to the sleeping attack. The event to hurt him, nn' he knows It well.
MRS. A. J. SEMBLER' Proprietress.F ( "'e',1 Just come home from me cou lu'g
Immediately preceding, however were "
wedilln' an' I was feclln kind of soft KIAMESIIA LAKE, ,,
a blank, as, of course, were all those Kiamcslia Inn
to Mike, an' I axed him If he loved. mea SULLIVAN
that took place the COUNTY, ,
TITUS during twenty
E. C. HOUSE and RESTAURANT FLORIDA. much as he did the day we was ,
years' slumber. She had only a vague, married nn'_n' he was no slow an- NEW YORK.

Uneasy sense of a vast time having ."'('rln' me that I up wld the mop an* ,':
EUROPEAN PLAN elapsed. She remembered her childhood flung It at him Squire llenson, for If
r welt, and when she spoke It WAS we poor women don't hove love our This "New.Itocklodge" of the North nestles In the mountains by the';">

Call for what you want, and pay for what you get. We keep on hand. In the dialect of that period. Five days hearts just breaks Inside<< of us!" ,I aide Ir of a beautiful lake, 9,000 feet above son level. "".' -

the best of food that money can buy and feed bur) patrons with same. after the awakening the patient died I '

No beautiful Sunrise for 'break fsat," nor Fine Scenery with Bouquetfor In discussing the case one of the Paris Japan and Russia do the shoutingand Exquisite climate. AH modern oonrcnlenocs. Large airy rooms.

"dinner," nor Mud Baths for "supper" and a glass of salt water to wash .pedal Ists remarks; shooting, but the l ol'E'fland the I Howling Alleys, Golf and Tennis.

t your meal down.' ,, You get all this free. We charge for what you eat, no Is this sleep natural sleep It does notSeem Mimchurluua. around \\hoae homes the
Don't confound this .o., for If we look at the eyes w. .
more place with the "Indian River Adobe House." flighting! ,
perceive that the eyelid are palpitating. proceeds<< are getting the evidences Moat reasonable rates '
We treat all alike, Tourists or Riverltes. 1.10 per day.C. blinking, eg-ltated by little quiverings or that war Is Just what General
by throbbing-, and If they are opened It
COLLINS Proprietor. if common to find a sort of strabismuswhich Sherman said It was. II. R. SHARES, Proprietor. ;
does not appertain to normal sleep
--- ._- Besides, the silence In such coses. Is always It has been
by physiciansthat --- -- --- ---
I JACKSONVILLE. absolute, for nol_ Is not heard and
pinching the skin, a. well as the most autoinoblllsts suffer from motor DUYN .IU"-'Vlt. PA.
diverse tortures, can be practiced withoutthe pathla cerebralls. Those they run over
subject's retaining the least recollection
on awakening still suffer from plain rigor mortis. t.

D YAL HOTEL JACKSONVILLE, FLA. same patient The nature title and of to Is"the most not,sleeper"therefore of the patients applied exact to,of alms this the ,' The sultan of 8ulu may find some The Bryn ]Mawr Hotel IJRYX E MAWlt, ,

It I. not a question of natural sleep but consolation In the fact that Uncle Sam ,

rather of a patholog-lo state which manifestly only cut off hU. pay Instead of reducingthe '
Is to be compared to the state of ,
hibernation pecullnr to certain animal number fIt his 1\1".... '",, .
Opposite postoffloe.: Centrally located. Thoroughly repaired and re- pecles.. among which, at a given moment ( Absolutely Fireproof. ) .f''
I ,, the life of relation and the vegetative. Ufo ,
are, so 19 speak, annihilated.To Irving'M Ilucliu AVal'er .

novated. Newly furnished throughout. Liberally conducted. ... a lay mind twenty years would' Cure scalding urine backache rheumatism
OPEN .MINK' TO OfiTOllKlt./ !: For address
terms. etc.,
seem anything but a natural Sleep nervousness. loss of flesh, sediment ,

. Rates $2.50 per day and up. Joe Jefferson could do It once each In the urine, renal, calculi diabetes -
evening, but then any one who ever and all kidney troubles, Including

B. W. SPERRY Proprietor. saw him would agree that Joe Jefferson Urlght's disease. They are purely a LKLANP STERRY. Msua\ er.BRYN .

Is just a trifle out of the norum I. A vetable compound!and sot directly on the
bear will slumber all winter. So willa wetkened tissues and blood vessels.. of

*, snake. A toad when shut up In the the kidney and urinary organ Sold at MAWlt, PENN. ,,
H. O'NEAL AOo a box by Red Cross Pharmarcy.
middle of a rock will even extend bin .
... .. ._ .
-- --- --- ----- -
-- -
I siesta over a number.of .yearn. But n
HAS LEASED THE human being has to content himself
. with seven or eight hours n day and,

I If there Is a colicky baby in the house, "

ARAGON HOTEL with; even less. Twenty years Heems HAVE YOU SEETHE

to be overdoing It a trifle.

1 JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. How wonderful is Death
Death and his brother.. Bleep
i It U open on the American plan Rates $2.60 per day and upwards.
The hotel Is being thoroughly renovated and put In first-class condition. singe Shelley Surely the sleep of the
When finished It will be second to none In the city: New evator and Paris woman was wonderful. Also It
new plumbing; is being; Installed. New and large sample room being added. was very much a brother of Death 0
Rooms with bath, from May let to Nov 1st, $;J J per day .

The Split Infinitive. .

WESTMORELAND HOTEL West Bay and Cedar Streets.JACKSONVILLE That thin la an age of transition Is .

FLA. shown nowhere more startlingly than 1J
In tlie recent advocacy by eminent liter, I '

American plan. Centrally located. Just built and opened ary men of the "split Infinitive.: In ,

the old days this crime was cardinal
this season. Fine cooking and good table. Hot nd Cold Water''
% with all who made any pretensions to I ,

Baths, Elevator etc. Five minutes from any wharf or depot. All letters.

Murder might be condoned, but never
street oars pass the door. Rates, $2.00 to $3.50 per day. the placing of an adverb between the WALTON RhOffiC 1e. 1

"to" and Its verb. In the vernacular
Mrs. A. J. WALKER, Proprietor.
of the day that was the limit.

Now that some of the crack rhetoricians

The New Travelers Hotel JACKSONVILLE FJ A, and literary magazines are daringto

question this time honored dictum It

-On the American and European Plan- would seem that the world Is on the

eve of revolution or some other horrible
Under new management. Newly furnished and renovated. A pleasant
thing. The tenacity of the late .
family home. Rates: American Plant $2.00 and $2.50; European SOcts
Herbert Spencer In daring to attack
and up. All cars form Union Station atop at the door.
the art of tbe old masters was an noth
H. W. HANCOCK Proprietor.
ing to this. The respectable conservatism -
The beautifully located Riverside Hotel Vt Green Cove Springs is under the that ,'W
worships authority and that
; same management. = .
puts tbe form before tbe substance

gasped once or twice and attempted to

+ New Victoria II Cor. Main and Adams Streets, ostracize tbe discussion by Ignoring It.

I I But the Insurgents will not be snubbed.
} JACKSONVILLE FLA. They Insist that if they wish, to nay A NEW INVENTION. Recently Patented all (her the World1IAST '

JACKSONVILLE'S :NEW MODERN HOTKL "to kindly return" Instead of "kindlyto

,ill, Everything new; centrally located; elegant suites with private baths. return" they will not be prevent. The Walton. -
} Rates: American $2 to.i.J; European room. 7Scts and upward. ed from so doing by alt the precedent .
Special Rates to Commercial Travelers.
l' worshipers that seek to fix tbe standards .
R. RIXLER, Prop. Formerly Prop, River View Hotel.
r!I of the world of words. Self-Locking Tackle Block. '
Inasmuch a. this Is supposed to be a *, ',, .
free It would that
country seem 1 ._ -, ,'. )1..10. VMilous shapes and sizes, of
rebels. against form have tbe best of : ,
'k w "
:fN;, ; WOOD, JJtON'an,1 BRONZE. Will ,
VIEW HOUSE PABLO BEACH, the argument and that If a man wants ;'t'' work equally well with rope, chain or .
to split his Infinitives be has the God ";.,
FLORIDA. wire rope.Will .:'
given right to do so without asking the : e
C J work at any bight upside down,
+ MAGNIFICENTLY LOCATED. aid or consent of any coterie of criticson I ,
: earth.A I, horizontally, or at any angle, and will '

Ocean 'j, stop and 'lock at any point. "
East Coast
Front near Depot. Has all Outside Rooms. .
Long Island man paid a .ISO: Judgment Invaluable for every kind of business. .

Sea, and tSulphur! Baths In pennies. Whether be was tryIng 'kJ where a block I. needed, frequently saving .

r to realize the weight of his obligation :"':' I the labor of one man or more.

or bear the copper market Is not .- Nothing like It for banging or stretch1.

RATES: M: per day, $8 to $12 per week. r'. apparent, but at any rate be made the \ 1. log wires. ;

Special to Families by the Month. other fellow sensible of tbe fact that Address all communications to the ,'

wealth may be a burden.

.. ,'," Walton Self-Locking Block Go.'',' ,ti

FLOURNOY A FLOURNOY The New York court of appeals has '
decided that on actor !. not a laborer.It .", 1 j (Incorporated.) 'I ),
Owners and Prpprletors.
is evident that the Judges never did Office J and WareroomJOl( & AtUntfo Ave.: ft;
stunts behind tbe footlights also that ,;.. .- Near Lowe's Wharf, Elevated Station.: h
OLD ; J.
SEABREEZE, GOODAIX. FLA. they actors. f
never saw some '4 BOSTON, MASS. '
3 .
Men long have sought the easiest and
OLD SEABREEZE, ;..' Id showing; the new method of reeving
The Seaside Inn most pleasant way to die. It would
:" the rope la the triple block, figure 1 starts
GOODALL, FLA. seem taut the demand Is filled by the !u;: at the becket of the upper block coming

fate ttat once befell a French courtier down to center sheave. of lower block
Is now open for the summer season, under the management of the,owner, lie was kissed to death. i..,, j then figure entering upper block In f
right hand sheave. Figure 8 coming +t ;' esheave
HORACE F. STEWART. Handsome and situated
on Daytona
D.W. down to lower hand figure\ ",
Beach, the hotel is modern In all It. appointments, with large, airy, pleasant There are forty-three language spo- .' y'N 4 entering upper left band sheave, figure ;

rooms overlooking the ocean and opposite Keating' Casino and Pier. ken In Chicago. These do not Include 5 entering left ha od sheave lower block y "
The surf bathing Is unexcelled Terms moderate. the fearful and wonderful English used ,"i1"1l." and figure 0 enterlag c.Dter.h..of u p- l I V
? block. The lower block wants to
HORACE F. STEWART. Owner and Manager. In Hlnky Dink's ward.A per
a face the opposite way to upper block, In
brew s order.to be able to reeve the rope In this
Vassal girl ball 200 feet I manner and prevent cross lines.
THE ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING OFFICE' and hit the umpire. But It Is not yet 5} )' 4 G ,
established tbat she aimed at the urn Sample Blocks can be seen at the ArVOCATB > I ,

pSre.Do 'rf', of S. B. llnbbard 4: Co., Jacksonville.Call .
tOUR: PRICES ARE RIGHT you subscribe for the ADVOC4T_.? '' and see these block* working.



i 1 s .: EAST COAST:: ADVOCATE. JULY 1, 1904. ,

";, < :tt"s"of: : j" 't'tJ.e-c'se: : .' DEATH OF MR.- DEESZ I WHY when USE you can OLD buy_ tbe STYLE best Self-Lock BLOCK East Coast, Meat Market

ilf Y<<: Jrlb at nearly the same
6 x I wNil4/ : lug :Tackle Blocks !
-The many friends of Conductor price. Now In use In the ynlted : G. F. DUREN, Agent.

?' I JEWELERS AND SILVERSMITH S, \ P. Dee z, who left here last Saturday States Army and Navy Departments. ,

j 41 Welt Bay Street, '. '' week; to see Ms family Fulton, N. Y.,, Examine them atPrltcbard & Sons, or L<" .:.::
FLORIDA. ) !and spend a few month with them, regretto TttusUle. s:>> ,.
Largest stock in thU section of country.\ 'r learn that be died ou the steamer, ei r;: c wC : :

;1? EstablliiUed In 18C.8. route to New York. !lr. Deosz recently ..................N.. o- :
c as
Send for descriptive !cataloguerS I ttlillili; ( + lost his fine home In Fulton by fire,, tJ::
/ as previously reported In the ADVOCATE,, : E.-Vesey : _:: ca.: .
S -THE- ?' and that seemed to have worried him a T Geocgiana, Fla. : -

; good deal. lie said be would go north I ;;ffi
fec1' and build a smaller home, and as soon Boat Builder. -.
.FLORIDA MOTOR CO.( ::: mtel.
,',, 'v as the cold weather; set in, he would re 2 ONLY FIRST-CLASS WORK.* ,
,,\ ,.' ( in had he ... e:=:s
TituavJlJe, for no place
turn to Write for Estimates. I'
received such relief from rheumatism TITUSVILLE.
: .
ti. Carry a full line of..... ,.. !tf ,\ he had In this town. Mr. Pees often' ,

1 AUTOMOBILES and TIUE9' .l and fret after the" fire said be could not spend another winter ........................
For to fume ........
1' .....In stock, al IIIO you North, owing to the severe attacks of .................... ,
do not Insurance E. B. JUakewood, Registered Druggist.PHARMACY :
Is over, you carry any before ,
MARINE and STATIONARY GAIIO-. : rheumatism he:! suffered from F.A. ]Morgan Proprietor
on your property. coming to Florida. Ills friends along :

LINK ENGINES, N the route between Tltusvllle and San

DYNAMOS, ::J.v.JOn..G-AN": ctJ: iii-.i .r.rON": :: ford will miss biB genial countenance on

!IAGNETOii, Fire and Life Insurance Agents. the passenger train. Mr. Deesz Is saidto RED i ii

BATTERIES, TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. have died very suddenly from a ,
stroke of apoplexy. IIIn wife and daughter
SPANK COILS Sole Agents in. Brevard County. for the met the remains New York and UTUBV1LLE, FLOKIDA. i if

;i i \ ( of all kind; and are offering them for the body was 'removed to Syracuse Complete Stock l
,''I' ale, at... ." f PURE DRUGSA AND i
l PI't.JOES.: : .. CHURCH NOTICES. Ji Filled With the
I ..OUT: ; c W Prescriptions /
all i OF JULY Utuiost Care and I'rompUtude.TJKl:

;q '.! They {leave a few bargain' In FOURTH \ ,, There will be preaching in the Methodist i ( m WANT YOUR TRADE. GIVE US 4 TRIAL ORDER. 1

> ", KNOX, church, Tltusvllle, next Sunday, : of Stationery, School Supplies, Perfumery, Brushes,
Line Cigars
klh Choice
I' 11 o'clock a. m. and and all, otber articles kept
BUICK, the 3rd Instant, at Toilet Articles, Shoulder Braces, Fine Candies,
.. '. 7:30 p. an. All are Invited to attend. by up-to-date drug stores. i
WHITE, i attention to all mall orders.
J \ 'Archdeacon B. F. Brown will hold DIvine l. !!rr' We give prompt and careful ..........NNN...N.
f. 1j .N. N .
DE MOOY, \ ,: ................NN
.. '+;'-"'I' ,, l: \ service on Sunday next at St. Marks '
'I ORAN'IVKEURIS, :' ,f ,\, Cocoa at 10:30: a. m. -- --
tJ church, ,
MARINE & STATIONARY ENGINES .., I '. "")/' ..,'.,:::6.; :" i. II Also in St. Gabriel's church, Titus- ::EJ. .L. ::se. ..:C &;, ::seO.7 ";

A vllle, the same evening at 7:30.::
j All Kind of ,.:.,> .._ ,I' AND PRODUCTS
\ the sick list, AND HAY ALL FOOD '
i > s j : .. :! ; fill,appointmentslast ,
able to
(lj l A 8 pool alt I' and was PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agents for MAPES
I f, We handle trade of all consum- I
;: r Sunday. the above line of goods and solicit the I
I -- 1: 'n'. be able to meet congregations We deal exclusively and all Groceries, delivered at your station I. I
He will not Grain
I for prices on ,
and Write
Write for Price Termn. 5v ere. us \
{'I V' at City Point and Eau Gailie next K. L. BRADY & BRO. ., TITUSVILLE, FLA.

._ -
.. -- -- -
3rd. '--
Sunday, June ---- -- --- -
:33.. L. MOTLOWt : --

t .,t ,1II : \ ")) ture, There reading will be at a the song Ml.service Paula and church Scrip-, : q.' E. GOLDSMITH: : :,

f'I Eau GalUe, Sunday, at 7:30: p. m.
-Dealer In-

: Ar>....;.... -ut I..-a
'S Muny i""I'' phll1| sod.1 cherry PRODUCE OF ALL KINDS.
growers bore loon> ik'eiiivvl a less: laborious TITUSV1LLTC FLORIDA.

f method Hum the "jarring"proceee ,
1h1 fur \tUhtiiij.; i-urvnilo. Poison

-- 3 sprays have lx*.n recommended and.1 INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORY.TITUSVILLE .

tested for uiuny years mid Home think ,>
they succeed In controlling the lunecl FLA. attentloil .
in this a uy. Last sou son everlllgrowel' Ia[ prepared to furnish Ice In any quantity-backed or'loose. Special 'j'
'' is motto.
made thorough tests of ars< paid sacking for Yachts or for family use. "Fair dealing my' I't j jTIIE

v '. flute of loud, and the results were very, _. T T. WETMOKE Proprietor
GRAND CELEBRATIONI gratifying on both plums> and cherries --. I

C Fine Liquors Wines, Beers, It was usod! tit about two pounds 1Qfty In AND SUPPLY COMPANY
Ales, Stout Etc. gallons! of water or bordeaux ml: SOUTHERN FUEL
j two or
v ture und applied thoroughly .
ttS"Send m* your orders!
three times soon lifter the
L TITUSVILLE and COCOA, FLORIDA, in .otber Lime Cement
experiments Coke Brick
\,' L AT TITUSVILLE pt states>rlod.show Recent<< thnt this( poison Is more Wood, Coal, ,

: effective than purls green nnd simile 'I#.
; t J. L. MOB LEY -
: poisons! in fighting!: the codling inotl 4'
p. TITU8VILI.E, FLA. Thus the Imllciitloiis, \ are that arsennt 5 Vitrified, Paving and Sidewalk Brick.....

Contracts for all kinds of Painting Kaomlnlngr I of lead will come Into more general
II Staining Finishing and Tape use.! -M. V. Sllngerlnnd. Offices foot ot Hogan Street, Jacksonville, Florida. Telephone. No. 28j,

i Hanging, at the mOAt reasonable price
I ( J. K. MUNNEKLYN, General Manager.
I ;1 consistent with good workmanship.All It unani :
At recent meeting held InTltusvllle was ., .. .
a -
--- '
i i,I!! Work on the East Coast BRICKLAYER & PLASTERER -- -- --
I mously decided to celebrate the Fourth of July, and Tim Oldest Established Grain and Reed House la tbe State.

Is Especially Solicited.Let '
!'i m. know what yon want and. !get my; thereby give everybody a good, old-fashioned time. I will be located In Eau Qallte after PUA t1 -
I l estimate on It. Prompt attention July Ctb, and be prepared to do all kind W'xm.EA.: .. EO'\lJs cSl: Co. I

,: ii given to all work. of work In this Una.' Write me for eat!.

mates on your work. References If di. GRAIN HAY AND GARDEN SEEDS
: ,
j William Jun die, tired. Address, I

PrL G-a..A.K TI10S. F, KELLEY, Grits Meal and Fertilizers
j II: TIK, COPPER AND SHEET IRON Box: 232. Eau Gallia. Flu. Flour ,

I WORKER. POT IS 112 East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.Igta :'
Among some of the Interesting events of the day;; MO. '

"I Plumbing, rump Work, ripe Fitting. ARE YOU LOOKING,,. fur t l-uima Feed. Warehouses on tricks of S. A. L. R'y. and Plant System, ;;.
will be the following :
S ., .. -
-- --
r 8 1:00 a.m.-GRAND CONCERT by the Indian River Band on Washington FOR BUSINESS !? It
Avenue. -. .

'I; Your Patronage Solicited. 0:00> : a. m.-BIO BASEBALL GAME, between Tltusville and Eau Gallic r----a" "

COCOA, FLA. Nt'lIr the School-house. P. 8. Tree, Committee. If you are,then ADVERTISE In the I
0:00: a, CATCHING THE GREASY PIG : Open to all comer Prize, EAST COAST ADVOCATE, one of the mos I !I

Stanley Kitcliing $:JIiO. Oil Washington Avenue. J. O. OSBAN' Committee widely clidilated papers In thin state'. !
1, Your outlay will be small, bit I :
BOYS' FOOT RACE-one shoe on and one shoe off. First prize, money LI 4 Bbl. y
r Dealer In- 0:110: a. m.- ,four trade will be materially Increased AULDING'S ROSE, No. $3.26 '
$3 Second prize, tl.: For boys between 10 and 10 years of .age. $3.00" 1
FISHING TACKLE STATIONERY CIGARS ; One of Jacksonville's prominent mer BLISS TRIUMPH, .
Avenue. O. II. AVALTON, Committee. 4
Ou Washington $2,75'IL'I
Tibacoo, Pipes, Candles, Fancy China ihants recently wrote us: "We Inserted JJ I HEBRON aI
and Temperance Drinks .1:00s. m.-A GRAND FANTASTIC PARADE, open to evprybody. One of our ad. In your' paper for three months, Garden and Field Seeds

i The following brand of cigars delivered the features of the day. Oan go on horseback, mule, donkey,bicycl, M a trial. It has alrtady done load, sr I :L GEL..M :B..ON' Sccdszn.8.I1: : : ,
at *J.25: per box of CO: In carriage or walk Prizes,for the most ridiculously dressed person Tease Insert the ad. for another nine I ,

Humboldt, Key''West Smokers, Promos, I will be given as .follows: First prize, Horseback or Carriage, $3; nopths.." tt, I 114 East Bay St., Jacksonville Fla.hdills. d

Creruo, Cubanas\ j'olialnkl. :Second; prize, Bicycle, $3; Third prize, Walking, .2. Starting fror That is how live, up-to.date merchant ,
.., M rf}i -ai! E7r17: II' sEi! !.c& s!
Flinch Cards, BOo.; Hand Made Palmettc Washington Avenue, near Indian River State Bank. peak( of the ADVOCATE as an advertisog
Hats, :.! o.STUAUT K. L. BRADY, Committee medium.
FLORIDA. n__ __ __. __ ___ -- - -..-- -- -. - ._-.. -- --.. -- -. --
.. 13 o'clock-J.U810 by the Indian River Band --

; Robbins & Graham Co beeves and pig will be roasted whole, and a grand dinner will be In :

order KRKK. Take place near the school house .G'LaBE''t! r

(Incorporated.) .... J.W OSBASJ' ,Committee. =
,! to'all # t
mlO1U'E RACING the Titusville Race Track Open -
; on -
2 :30 ,
This : p ; :=:I
company'owns cohere, $100.00 in prizes, divided In sums of $13 and $10. Races GASOLINE' ; I

i :LANDS, to be 350, 300 and 200: yards,and a quarter mile race. Entrance free 1 r; a a

be after the above events ,
ft. the Indian mel Country; On the St. Matches will run
D. B. PBITCHAHD) Committee. :
Lude Hirer; at New River and on Dayns..c..ne. MARINE! ENGINES n
: DISPLAY OF FIREWORKS, on' Washington Avenue o
7:10: m.UHAND
Prices to suit the times. p. '
1 F. M. TAYLOR, Committee. 8 zYJ
l d Send for Land Lint.
House. Music by Southern robes-
in the
1)'m"ORANP BALL Opera 0<
Offices at Tltuivllle and Miami, Fla. 8:30: : Ij x
tea AV, y. BHASNINI, Committee.'" .r: N

; Hodgson Bros. 11:0


1 Marine Railway. return home'the lame. night at 10::M p. m., southbound, and S :U: a. in., north"* 5 2

General Merchants and Sblp Chandlers. bou n.1. t?.F t -.A.G-ElSTTS-: ,.. ;
..Special Facilities.. EVERYBODY INVITED to come and have a good time. .1 t'II a-
1 for Hauling Oat, Storing and Repairing ti Jacksonville. Florida. ,
Yachts and Launches. "" \ !'1 >"{( 55
Mention the JH>v
,and It !Ie estimated that we will have! about. :-J.tXX visitor* in town on the CATALOG AND PRICES.
Cheap, at this of ice. bove occasion.

1 ..
,.. pt
S. 5 S